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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
;LUME 24- Number 42
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Skepticism Meets German Oath
k-EW YORK (JTA) Repre-
htatives of major Jewish or-
tions throughout the world
fi; meet in New York October
V. and 2(ith to review Western
i ny's recert offer to dis-
th 'representatives of Is-
', .,ih1 the Jewish people" all
I claims arising out of Hit-
T persecution of Jewry, it was
|: need last week by Dr. Na-
Goldman, co-chairman of
Ji wish Agency, sponsor of
, tmgs.
belegations from at least sev-
countries. including the Unit-
States, Canada, South Africa,
I: : i. Australia, Great Britain
Id Argentina as well as repre-
htatives of the Israel Goyern-
tnt will attend the sessions.
fj.cl in recent months has laid
(: re the Occupying Power a
j tor $1,500,000,000 against
fcrmany. based on the cost to
Ji wish State of giving haven
more than 500.000 surviving
fctims of the Nazi terror.
tin announcing the conference,
T. Goldmann, who will preside,
(dared: "Chancellor Adenauer's
Btcnu nt before the West Ger-
an Parliament last week and
Parliamentary approval of it
was promptly forthcoming,
Kill the door to serious con-
eration hv the German people
the material as well as the
3ial debt they owe to Israel
to Jews of the world. In the
nt of i his statement, it is vital
Bf representatives of the Israel
pvernment, and of all major
iwish bodies concerned, have
|porlunity to meet together to
view the whole restitution
bblem and to achieve a con-
ete and united program.
^Discussions at the meeting
cover various kinds of claims
lien h;ive been presented to
fermanv by various Jewish bod-
k. and especially the claims of
le Israel Government as they
|ve been set forth in two notes
livered in recent months to
Occupying Powers. Included
the discussions will be the
fctit ition owed to the Jewish
tuple as a whole for Jewish
I perty which has been left
lirless. We must reach agree-
ent at this conference on meth-
s for arriving at a settlement
sth Germany in some measure
Immcnsurate with the stagger-
It aterial losses inflicted upon
I wish people by the Nazis."
I Israsl Will Judge Germany
[Israel Foreign Minister Moshe
jarett, last week took public
f>te of the statement of West
n Chancellor Konrad Ad-
fauei and the West German
grhament of the desire of Ger-
jar.y to negotiate with the Jew-
people and the State of Israel
yer restitution and indemnifica-
lon for losses and sufferings in-
Med by the Nazis. He said that
pe Israel Government will draw
conclusions from the manner
in which the Bonn Government
implements its statement of prin-
ciples.
"Nothing that German repre-
! sentatives may now say in atone-
ment or do in reparation can
; erase such horrors from the an-
nals of humanity or heal the
wounds inflicted by them on the
soul of the Jewish people," Mr.
Sharett declared. The Govern-
ment of Israel regards it, never-
theless, as significant that the
Government and Parliament of
1 Western Germany so far of
; Western Germany alone have
| issued an appeal to the German
people to divest themselves of
the accursed heritage of anti-
Semitism and racial discrimina-
tion and declared their readiness
to enter into negotiations with
the representatives of the Jew-
ish people and the State of Is-
rael with a view towards meet-
ing claims for collective indemni-
fication of losses suffered by the
Jews throughout Europe at the
hands of the Nazi regime."
The World Jewish Congress in
a statement issued here on the
West German pledge to make
restitution to the Jews, said "the
| moral status of the German peo-
ple in the international commun-
ity will be determined not by
political pronouncements but by
Germany's efforts to redress
through appropriate material and
moral measures the wrongs in-
flcted upon the Jewish people
in Germany's name." The state-
ment stressed the "paramount
importance" of the re-education
of the German people and the
urgency of German government-
al action to stem anti-Semitism
and a Nazi resurgence in Ger-
many, as well as "the justice and
| need for substantial material rep-
arations," especially to Israel.
American Leaders Speak
Jacob Blaustein. president of
the American Jewish Committee,
said in a cable to Chancellor
Adenauer that the "American
Jewish Committee welcomes your
forthright statement and Parlia-
mentary action as a significant
step toward Germany's assump-
tion of moral and legal responsi-
bility regarding what you right-
fully call unspeakable crimes a-
gainst Jews. We look forward to
genuine implementation of this
promising beginning and to
speedy settlement of material
reparations problem. As you
properly say it is now necessary
for your government to take ef-
fective action against elements
promoting intolerance and to-
ward democratic education of
the German nation especially
youth. We hope with you that
principles you express will be-
come the policy of the German
Government and deep conviction
of the entire German nation."
Louis Lipsky, chairman of the
American Zionist Council, said
that "it will be hard for Jews to
| forget the sufferings caused by
I the Nazi regime and the con-
j nection therewith of the German
i people. The wounds are too deep
and are still unhealed. There is
I moral satisfaction, however, in
| the fact that the conscience of
; Germany has at last found a
1 voice to speak for it."
Comments In German Press
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's
declaration in Parliament pledg-
; ing restitution was widely fea-
| tured in the German press and
. drew varied comments.
The right-wing Dusseldorf
; daily, Der Mittag, commented
, that "the Jews have not been too
, popular a subject of conversa-
| tion in recent years. Everyone
remainde silent and ashamed
when 'flocks of sheep and child-
ren destroyed tombstones and
ravaged cemeteries.' "
The Cologne Social Democratic .
daily, Reinishe Zeitung, said that
the Adenauer statement had not
come too soon and it would have
been in the German interest in i
restoration of mutual confidence !
with other countries if the state-
ment had been made when the
government first took office. The
paper charged the Adenauer gov-
(Continued on Page 4)
Sculptor Denies
Nazi Connections
SYRACUSE (J.TA)Ivan Mes-
trovic, Yugoslav sculptor who ,
has been chosen to work on the
American memorial to six mil- [
lion Jews murdered by the Naz- i
is, has issued a statement deny- |
ing any connection with the Nazis
and stating that he had no hand
in remarks made by Goering and i
Goebbels that his work was a
fine example of Aryan Art.
Mr. Mestrovic declared that
he was in fact anti-Nazi and had
refused to attend the opening in
I 1935 of an exhibit of his works
i in Berlin organized without
his assistance because Hitler
was scheduled to attend the cer-
emony. He also refused to sell
a bust of Goethe which he cre-
ated to the Yugoslav Govern-
ment when he learned that it
was intended as a gift to Hitler,
the sculptor said. As a conse- '
quence, he added, he was im-
prisoned for four and one-half i
months as an enemy of the Nazis
when Yugoslavia fell.
special drive to raise $35,000,000
in cash by December 31st.
Othirs who will address the
:orest Of Six Million Endorsed By
lewish Organizations Conference
Six hundred delegates repre-
tntinn five hundred Jewish
Nges. fraternal orders, family-
frcles and other mass-organiza-
tions, assembled at New York's
Rat I.-r Hotel, pledged their sup-
|"rt to the Forest of the Six Mil-
n which is to be planted by
ne Jewish National Fund in the
rrusalem-Tel Aviv Corridor in
fommemoration 6f the six mil-
lion_ martyrs who were done to
Peath by the Hitler hordes in the
?" f the last World War.
>e six hundred delegates raised
tlr r'ght arms vowing never
. 'orget the atrocities which the
, is perpetrated .upon the Jew-
l"n ,^f>}c and Which culminated
K the destruction of a third of
""orla Jewry.
The conference of Jewish Or-
Mnizationv Which vna presided
br#4i2LDL JoeePh Tenenbaum,
Ihtir
tion of Polish Jews, was address-
ed by Dr. Harris J. Levine, presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
of America; Congressman Eman-
uel Celler: Judge Jonah J. Gold-
stein: D. L. Meckler, editor of
the Morning Journal; Mendel N.
Fisher, executive director of the
Jewish National Fund; Herbert
L. Sussman, president of the Fed-
eration of the Galician Jews in
America; Dr. S. Margoshes; M.
Rudensky; and Martin Choina,
secretary of the Landsmanschaf-
ten Division of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Dr. Levine, who was a dele-
gate to the World Zionist Con-
gress in Jerusalem, in his ad-
dress, called attention to the fact
that the Zionist Congress, in con-
firming its mandate of the Jewish
National Fund, called for an in-
tensified effort in behalf of the
traditional collections of the Ker-
en Kayemeth.
Washington Fvten
Sharett At Lunch
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
luncheon in honor of Israel's
Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
was tendered at the Carlton Ho-
tel here last Friday by Assistant
Secretary of State George G.
McGhee. Mr. McGhee spoke at
the luncheon informally, welcom-
ing the Israel Minister to Wash-
ington. Mr. Sharett thanked him
for the help extended to the Jew-
ish state by the U.S. Government.
High officials of the State De-
partment were among those at-
tending the luncheon.
The House during the week-
end passed and sent to the Sen-
ate the $7,482,527,790 Mutual Se-
curity Appropriation Bill which
includes an allocation of $64,950,-
000 for Israel. Provision was also
made in the bill for military aid
in which Israel will share.
Chairman Harold D. Cooley of
the House Agriculture Committee
protested against Israel receiving
$50,000,000 of the $64,950,000 on
the ground that the proposed use
of this amount to settle refugees
in Israel had allegedly not been
properly explained. Rep. Cooley
claimea that Jewish refugees
entering Israel would receive
"$14,000 per family." His argu-
ments were disputed by Rep.
Christian Herter and others who
called his attention to the actual
provisions of the legislation.
The sum of $64,956,000 was ap-
propriated for the Arab states.
It included $90,000,000 to care
for Arab refugees.
Photographed abore are the four leaders who will address
the National Report Conference of the United Jewish Appeal in
New York. fUppbr left): Secretary of Labor Maurice J. Tobin
and Ambassador Aubrey Eban. I Bottom left): Edward M. M.
Warburg and William Rosenwald.
United Jewish Appeal To Convene For
National Conference, Rosenwald Says
U.S. Secretary of Labor Maurice J. Tobin and Abba S. Eban,
Israel's Ambassador to the United States, will be among the princi-
pal speakers at a two-day National Report Conference of the United
Jewish Appeal to be held at the Hotel Commodore in New York,
October 27th and 28th, it was announced by William Rosenwald,
-----------------------------------------------^National Chairman of the UJA's
Itfi.iii Discusses
I'lvpf i.-iii Crisis
WASHINGTON (ITAi Is- Conference include Dr. Nahum
-o-r. ,,!! f ,u J I 1 r~J~ Goldmann. chairman of the Jew-
rael s view of the current Anglo- .,,-. ,,.
Egyptian crisis, w.th particular l****e% ?n\ h&Zflr'
emphasis on the Suez Canal is- ^: l^ARGe"5fral sue was discussed Monday at Morns W, .Bestein.' Chairman
the State Department bv Israel of the UJA National Campaign
Ambassador Abba Eban with As- Cabinet, and Dr. Joseph J.
sistant Secretary of State George Schwartz UJA Execu ive Vice-
C. McGhee. Schmuel Bendor, of- Chairman All recently returned
ficer in charge of U.S. Affairs from Israel where they conferred
for the Israel Foreign Ministry. wl,h toP Government leaders in
participated in the discussion. Jerusalem.
The Ambassador said after the ,More than 1,000 leaders of Jew-
meeting that no progress was'18",, communities throughout the
being made at meetings of the "a,1n are expected to attend
Palestine Conciliation Commis-.^e Conference which will mark
sion at Paris because the Arabs the "ydway point in the UJA s
do not desire a peaceful settle- sPc,al nationwide drive Mr.
ment with Israel. He said the ?j*nwald rev,ealed, that close to
Arabs refuse to carry out the 2-500, communities from coast to
terms of the armistice as inter- coast have launched an emergen-
preted by the United Nations CY cash collection drive to help
Security Council. Mr. Eban said 8'^e.lne UJA a.utal 0 that current economic problems 00. '" cash for the month of Oc-
were also discussed. tobe,r- *e explained that this sum
would be considered as a first
installment on the overall re-
quirement for $35,000,000. He
pointed out that by October 17th,
an expected total of 3,000 com-
Marks Bequeaths Funds
To Jewish Organizations
JOHANNESBURG, So. Africa munities across the nation in-
(JTA) Public bequests total- j eluding those that held their an-
ting 504,000 pounds ($1,411,200) ; nual drives in behalf of the Unit-
were made in the will of the late ed Jewish Appeal during the
Joffe Marks, a pioneer Johannes- i Spring months will be con-
burg industrialist who died here ducting cash collection cam-
last month at the age of 92. Marks I paigns in order to present urgent-
was born in Lituania and was (ly-needed cash funds to the Na-
one of the first Jews to settle in jtional Report Conference.
Witwatersrand. -----------------------------------------------
The bequests include 192,000
pounds for the Jewish National
Fund, 96,000 pounds for the He-
brew University in Jerusalem,
96,000 pounds for the Wiwaters-
rand Old Age Home, 48,000
Bounds for the Wiwatersrand
niversity, and 48,000 pounds for
the Johannesburg Hospital.
Due to the Holiday, the Jew-
ish Floridian offices will be
closed on Monday and Tuee-
day. It is adristMe to hare
your copy on our desk bf Sun-
day.


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for re-election during the N -
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Witi the cooperation of other
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Post At Andover
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Mrs Sidr.ev D Ansin of
- 40th Strci M in B
Dl elected secre-
tary .'. the Massachus-
etts. Phillips Ac-j--:-;. St-ner.t
Now in his third year at An-
dover, Ansin was elected to the
Congres firs: year ar.d
c-eer. reappointed four till
mee He is also president of bis
clas? rankmi first sc.-.olastici::;.-
Hi? brother. Ronald, graduated
from Andover in June, was presi-
f the Stuaer.t Congress and
a member of the Student Coun-
too He was named Outstand-
ing .Merrrber Of The Class Of
shortly before his gradua-
tion.
fun ue Shall An eri-
ca.- Jews have a separate na-
nee; or shall t:
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Rogof f Succeeds Abe
Cohan At The Forward
NEW YORK (JTA i The
election of Harry Rogoff as ed-
ltor-ir.-chief of the Jewish Daily-
Forward, largest Yiddish daily
newspaper in the world, was an-
nounced here last week by the
Forward Association.
Mr R. f '-' who has been act-
ting editor for the last five years,
succeeds the late Abraham Ca-
han. He joined the editorial staff
of the Forward in 1906 and be-
came mar.aging editor soon after.
He is th.
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[iDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951
'Jowls*fkridiar
PAGE 3 A
77/ Say...
,\,nn somewhere that this year is the cen-
rv if Mordicai M. Noah's death, I took along to
, larolina his biography by the late Isaac
I Putting the book aside, I waited for the
, which to tackle what might prove an un-
. chore. One evening w* had guests, and
I conversation followed the excitement of a
prize fight. Feeling wide awake at bed time,
uli'I out Major Noah, expecting it would put me
lleep. I began reading and became too absorbed
flav down this fresh, well written, intelligent
Hv of u pioneer in many fields. Vibrant prose,
letrating observations, and sane appraisals, all
Enst a wealth of historic background, makes this
[pad volume a masterpiece in American Jewish
praphy,
THE INFANT REPUBLIC
lln Mordicai Manuel Noah, patriotism for the
gnu lepublic and loyalty to ancient Judaism were
In passions that blended into synthetic harmony.
>n in 1785, he listened to first hand accounts of
ferine and victory from the veterans of the Revo-
on in his native Philadelphia, he could watch
i deliberating through the administrations of
and second presidents. His grandfather,
hillips, would point out the venerable fig-
E i Franklin and Washington walking the streets
[the then national capital. Voracious reading in
libraries of America's intellectual center supple-
|ted an inadequate education and prepared the
is future roles as orator, playwright, editor,
Igi politician, and office holder.
I U.IST AND DUELLIST
\,\ young man. he must have displayed capac-
in his -6th year, he was offered a consul-
im. But with Napoleon preparing to invade
there was no point in accepting. Instea
jj, Charleston, where his mother was buried.
ihia was declining in prosperity since the
y c, pital had moved to the muddy flats on
nac. Charleston seemed to offer a better
I ity to study law and enter politics, especial-
I ; contained the leading Jewish community
17 states. Here he quickly made sufficient
to chaw three challenges on the Field of
In a duel he wounded his opponent and
\: I'm i after known as the Major. His speech mak-
journalism for the Democratic Party in the
ust have been valued in Washington He
>n received the appointment of U.S. Consul at
Major Noah: A Colorful American Jewish Pioneer
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
CONSULSHIP AT TUNIS
While the War of 1812 was on. he boarded a ship
at Charleston, but was captured by a British frigate
almost within sight of the Spanish coast. War feeling
was evidently not too bitter. The American Consul
was allowed fieedom of movement in London and
later permitted to reach his destination. After
romanticizing in France and Spain, the Major pre-
sented his credentials to the Bey of Tunis. It was a
trying assignment in this den of thieves. The pirate
state lived by plunder on the high seas. The powers
in Europe found it cheaper to pay for protection
than clean up the water rats. The Moslem robber
chieftain neither feared nor respected the New Re-
public separated by 3,000 miles of ocean.
DISCHARGED
Our Consul thought he was doing a splendid job
when he learned that the U.S. Treasury refused to
honor his draft for money paid to release American
captives. Then Commodore Stephen Decatur brought
him a dispatch from the Secretary of State. Breaking
the seal he read a letter signed by James Monroe
that the President had revoked his commission on
the ground that the religion he professed formed an
obstacle to the exercise of consular functions. This
was not true. The Bey knew nothing of Noah's
religion; besides in those days the African Moslem
states were accustomed to have Jewish agents rep-
resent them at home and in Europe. Enemies were
evidently doing some knifing.
POLITICIAN
He settled in New York and began- a career
remarkable for it many facets. But first of
all, he demanded an inquiry and received vindi-
cation for all acts from his Government. Editor of
influential newspapers, he had a gift for polemics,
for controversy, and even vituperation that made
him respected at a time when gunplay was not rare
m politics. His friendship was appreciated by And-
rew Jackson. Martin Van Buren. John C. Calhoun
and many leading Democrats in the nation. Politics
and journalism went hand in hand. Elected sheriff,
he later became Grand Sachem of Tammany Hall.
Appointed surveyor of the Port of New York,
also served a term as Judge of the Court of Gel
Sessions. His political life would have satisfied t!
ambition of many an office holder.
DRAMATIST
But he was also a literateur. far better known
than young Edgar Allen Poe, whom he helped and
encouraged. Historians of the American theatre give
Mordicai M. Noah a ieading place among the early
successful dramatists. In the florid, romantic vogue
of the day, his plays abound in fervent propaganda
for the young Republic. As a founder of New
York University, his interest in education is attested.
He advocated a Jewish hospital, and the year fol-
lowing his death saw the founding of an institution,
which ultimately became Mt. Sinai Hospital of New
York.
GOVERNOR AND JUDGE OF ISRAEL
At dawn of September 15. 1825. booming cannon.
awoke the 2,500 dwellers of Buffalo, N.Y. By 10
a.m. a parade of the military in uniform, Masons in
regalia, Indians with feathered headgear, state of-
ficials, and curious civilians were in procession to-
wards St. Pauls Episcopal Church. The central fig-
ure in this grandiose pageantry was clothed in aus-
tere black, draped over with a mantle of crimson,
silk, trimmed in white ermine. As "Governor and
Judge of Israel" Major Noah thus marched in: >
Jewish history. On the Communion table of the
church lay a rectangle stone engraved:
Shema Yisroel Adonoi Elohenu Adonoi Echad
ARRARAT
A City of Refuge for the Jews
Founded by Mordicai Manuel Noah
On the Mouth Tizri 1825
In the Fiftieth Year of American Independence
ZIONISM IN THE U.S.A.
After the Episcopal service, the self appointed
Messiah mounted the rostrum and announced his
mission to establish a Jewish state within the Fed-
eral Union. Noah's Arrarat was not intended t)
supplant the Zion of Holy Writ; it would become a
ti mporary haven of the persecuted until the time
for the fulfillment of Prophesy. In some mysterious
v. ly the 50 square miles of Grant Island in
Niagara River, close to the Falls, would sust
n illions until the sounding ol the great Shofar
of Redemption.
A FORERUNNER OF HERZL
All th: ecci ntric, the ooseur,
the .- ;ing charlatan. But it also foreshad
most trencnant novement in the long Jr.
ts that 1 first i nportant politi -
of American Jewry, a patriot intoxical
with the constant daydream of 4th of July rhapsody,
felt the pressing need for a Jewish homeland. In
the puerility ol the bizarre cenmonial, he stai -
in essence the gist of Zionism. He anticipates anoth-
er self appointed Redeemer, the abler, nobler,
even more romantic Theodor Herzl, whose daydream
became Medinat Israel.
roups Talley Summer Sales; Liebman
'ports 676 Israel Bonds Purchased
Badassah, the Zionist Organ-
|tion of America and Miami
brew School and Congregation
sold the greatest number
Israel Bonds in the women's,
|i 1 religious groups divis-
ol the summer competition
|d v the Council of Organiza-
ns ol the Greater Miami Com-
Itee for Bonds of Israel Gov-
Iment.
Xlu tabulations refer only to
|u.-.l dollar sales of bonds and
not weighted according to
fci rships of the competing
lanizations. Handicapped
I1 according to number
I'1 Is sold, will be announced
l'n all participating groups
I membership lists to the
nils of Israel office, 1703 Con-
ss Building. Hadassah sold
bonds for S45.450 while the
p.A, turned in $45,850, repre-
II 188 bonds sold. The Mi-
ll Hebrew School and Congre-
sold 8 bonds for $2,750.
Competition closed October 1.
"The total sale of 676 Israel
Bonds during the summer, re-
sulting in $122,150 in cash being
turned over to Israel, was a cred-
itable effort," Seymour B. Lieb-
man, chairman of the Council
of Organizations stated. "We
managed to maintain a high de-
gree of interest in the Independ-
ence Issue during the hot sum-
mer months, but we must greatly
intensity our drive during the
remaining four fall months of
the year. Present sales of bonds
have barely scratched the sur-
face, and we must make very
endeaveor to effect our slogan
of An Israel Bond Holder in Ev-
ery Jewish Family, Liebman
said.
Mrs. Harry Platoff, with 44
Stuart Kaplan, Oscar Lelchuk
and Seymour B. Liebman were
declared winners in the individ-
ual competition. Mrs. Udell sold
55 bonds to top the women's di-
Temple Israel Sisters
Name New President
Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz has
recently been elected president
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood.
She succeeds Mrs. Norman Gil-
ler who resigned.
The new president will be in-
stalled at a luncheon in the Tem-
ple's Kaplan Hall on November
5th. She is also chairman of the
convention of the Southeastern
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
which will meet at the Casa-
blanca Hotel from November 18th
through 19th.
Safer, Surer... Cuff Costs in Haltl%
NYLON TENT PROCESS
torn
Surety
lionded
vision, while Lelchuk's 21 were
high in the men's classification.
Mrs. Kaplan sold $9,650 in bonds
and Liebman sold $8,200 to lead
those selling the greatest dollar
value in bonds.
Mrs. Harry platoff, with 44
bonds sold and Mrs. Miriam Press
with 38, were given special praise
by Liebman. Jacob Fishman's 16
bond score and Rabbi Murray
Grauer's 15 prior to his depart-
ure from the community were
next best in the men's grouping.
Mrs. Press sold $8,700, Mrs. Har-
ry Platoff sold $6,800, and Mrs.
Udell sold $4,050 in Israel Bonds
to follow Mrs. Kaplan. Harry
Sonz turned in $6,100 in bonds
and Lelchuk, $5,150 in Israel
bonds to follow Sonz.
The Pioneer Women of Greater
Miami sold 59 bonds for $8,850
and Mizrachi women sold 16
bonds for $3,100 to place second
and third in the women's divis-
ion. Farband's 32 bonds at $4,800
and B'nai B'rith's 13 sold for
$4,450 followed Z.O.A. in the
men's division.
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PAGE 4 A
TODAY, OCTOBER U
EDITORIAL
We Agree
Congressmen Samuel Yorty of California hcs
asked the House Un-Amencan Activities Com-
mittee to investigate the anti-Semitic propaganda
of CahfoiTJs s Robert H. WBom, The Los
Angeles Congressman sa.d _-." any group dedi-
cated to the gospel o>. r.rte ii threat to American
security and must be exposed for what :t is.
We whole-heartedly arree **Mh Ccnaressnr.
Yorty. But we would extend the invesrsgcnon to
every nook and corner where the disseminators
z: hate are cperatng. Millions ct the taxpayers
~ sr.ey :s be.r.~ sper.: :.-. Cor.rresstonal invest:-
r:t:crj An ar&OsXSAoa z: a substar.Oai sum to
smoke out the "t:-Serr..t.: r;sr:ls wh: have
made Jew-baiting a rJwiwinfly rer.urr.er::- *
:r:ie- would do rr.cre :z promote -ocd Arr.er.r~n-
im than the witch-hunting anna z: seme ;: z-
legislators And while Congress it al :t :: might
s1 an example :: good A~e:.rrn.s- by ridding
itself :: some :: .; members who by BCttOB zz.z
ward have done more to ttiscredit the American
: xme than the masteri at the Kremlin.
Anti-Semitism .; ; blight upon our country.
Ii .= j.s; a compulsion which sick minda employ
Ic make millions by working on the creduhtv of
the ignorant z-z the m.sm:ormad While the
invest.gation .s on b might be well tor ..-.vest.-
gatori ic hn.-.c ur.ee: national spotlight the gar.g-
sers z: hate.
ON BOARD
(aught With The Goods
A report rrcrr. Israel tells that the official
Syrian Gaze-te ;t July Nth earned the ncT.es
c: Syrian eoldieri who received military honors
:z: era very in the Huler. region clashes of last
May But when Israel complained to the United
Nationa against Syria ; act of aggress.on. Dcmas-
'- LU slyly denied thai her regulars were involved
in the skirmishes
The situation .= a read deal analogous to
en excr.er-.-ea thief who baa the effrontery of
showing the stolen goods to the victim once he
has left the courtroom. But there is this excep-
tion: Syria is still in the courtroom and the inter-
national judges have not yet lost jurisdiction over
the criminal.
Israel's attempt to bring Damascus before the
bench of world opinion again is of more than
mere academic importance. In the first place
the Council resolution of May 18th, was a re-
flection on Israel's integrity, since it ignored Tel
Aviv's evidence of Syria's belligerency. Sec-
ondly. Syria by her own admission has been
A Free Word
National Newspaper Week has <-,
gone with little heralding. The week olrw!
1st to 8th barely tremored with applc^r"01*
of America's basic freedoms. w *
Our national capital was th source <
major argument with the Preside-- ream*
his "gentlemen's agreement" to repress ta3
ists from printing Tital iedonnation withotTS
cretion; few fears, however, were vis e vis-
the possibility of total censorship, ai'houah it
not be denied that some made sue- exnr*,
in the matter with personal aggrar.-zo^'03
aim. Far to the east of us. in Csechos ovakki >
American newsman. William Otis, rots "in c r^
munist prison for having spoken his mind l
South America, a journalist with deep teelinn i
the newspaper tradition. Senor Paz of La Pre '*
lives in exile from his Argentinian home a as
tyr for the cause of the free word.
Such are some of the circumstar.:rs :- whirk
National Newspaper Week passed
Little can be done with the mind ci man if
he is not free to choose between one idea and
another. The diversity of ideas is the bank from
which he enlarges. A total, single viewpoint
narrows him; in its confines, he becomei emac-
iated and dies. We. at the Jewish rToridiaa- r*
ognize the validity of this orientation. We e
deavor to present to our Jewish community al
viewpoints of all significant situations with a*
realization that otherwise we are mimics of ont
single, bigoted idea whose end is to lead mca
along the road of his own immolation We wet
come the coming and going of Notional New*
paper Week with the respect due its ideals.
guilty of practicing deception upon the United
Nations.
It would be idle to speculate what action the
Security Council will take on Israel s request :a
a reconsideration cf its charges. But the fad
remains that Syria has been caucrht with the
goods.
Non-interference Demanded Of Israel By World Jewry; Ben Gurion Aqreeable
Israel of
- : non-1
thai I
re J

.....
t t! :-; tel
More than ] |
J
part : :
The r< lut:or
: A :.-
tcai the
-
ng American J
the |
..... Another
-' tpansion
' : I ol mrr.ui ity
"
n Amen U ..; __
'

It n
C ......
i that Amen
ini
;- .:."
t 01
part I

lift I I
'" n the part ol
i -. -:
( Ameri -. '
V''
granting ai
-
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Israel to any n
j za t i o n oi r
body, and to any organization
status with respect to the activi-
ties of Jews and Jewish com-
munities in America "or i>:.
else outside of Israel.
"We oppose as completely false
and unrealistic any view that
American Jews can be convinced
tnat Israel is the only place
where Jews can live in security
and dignity. We reject the no-
tion, from whatever source it I
. an Jews
rise ex:;
I n of
those i at the rec-
I who
notion Con-
fiden m the rit :' Ameri-
can Jewrj re and in
r.t.r.^.ng to
eaningful life
the best in the
traditions
' r r more
ii bl at present
Clarification:
' nship
itside J w r-
i emier
Ben
that 1 id not presume to
' I ipeak in the name
itizens of other
thai the people of
-a-j neitl :e nor In-
tent! -. t interfere in the intern-
al a::'a.rs of Jewish mmunities
ad.
:.:.
- El in, braeli Ambsssa-
- '- the United Stat
larinf, that cables he had
rithu ei t weeks re-
rstanding a-
"and tnat of the
Israel Government regarding the
ru between I
' J" the Israel
I t the mi
was due in part
I U in the press
n part 1 the free discus-
the last
>' ling Z: .-.-
ttjttUi
Communitiei Abroad
g the first ......
".. Mr. Ben
that -t.-.e gov-
Jewish
' intrk to develop
:e of hie ar. |
' ic and
Ultions in accord-
if own needs and
Anv weakening of
American Jewry, any disruption
Of its commnnel life, any lower-
ing of its seni* of security and
any diminution of its status, the
Premiers statement cautioned,
"is a definite loss to Jews every-
where and to Israel in particu-
lar Trie very freedom and se-
curity of American Jews, the
Premier went on. "is to us a
guarantee that those of therr.
feel morally impelled to
:pate personally and direct-
building up of Israel
be able to do so." Israels
"success or failure." he added,
"depends in a large measure on
our cooperation with ar.d the
strength of the great Jewish com-
munity of the United States and
we. therefore, are anxious t.-.at
nothing should be said or done
which could in the slightest de-
gree undermir.e the sense of se-
curity and stability of American
j
The Premier's statement as-
serted that Israel would like to
see American Jews come and
take part in its effort oecause:
"we need their technical knowl-
edge, their unrivalled experience,
their spirit of enteronse, their
bold vision, their know how We
need engineers, chemists, build-
ers, work managers and technic-
rh< tasks which face us in
-untry are eminently such
-ild apoeal to the American
genius for technical development
and social progress."
"But the decision as to wheth-
er they wish to permanently or
,-arily,' the Premier r.oted.
with the free discretion
of every Jew himself" and "it
I rely a matter of his own
voliti :.
U.S. Jawish Groups
"The Knesset may therefore be
asked." Ben" Gurion stated, "to
confer special status on the Jew-
ish Agency inside Israel to ex-
- this situation H n i
t Knesset canr.ot and does not
affect by its legislation
anv activity outside Isi lel'i bor-
ders With reference to Ameri-
Jewry the position will thus
a;n as before, namely, that
Israel will cooperate directly on
matters affecting itself with all
Jewish organizations desirous of
such cooperation. Such direct re-
lations of the Government of Is- '
with Jewish bodies and or-'
ganizations will naturally be co-
ordinated with the Jewish Agen-
"Some friends have inquired
from me the exact import of the
term 'Ingathering of Exiles .
This historic phrase from our
literature accurately describes
I the current phenomenon of Is-
rael's life which is the spontan-;
eous and wondrous convergence
upon Israel of Jews in need of:
home and freedom. The phrase
cannot be regarded as implying
that American Jews should re-
gard themselves as deficient in
stability or security or as being
u.-der notice to change their a-
bode. Our only wish for Ameri-
can Jewry is to see it stable,
free and secure.
"It is our earnest hope as indi-
cated before that men and wom-
en will come to us from Ameri-
can Jewry to assist in the cre-
ative epoch of our state build-
:ng. just as men and women from
many lands immigrated to Amer-
ica and built a new civilization
on its shores. This, however, can
Mily be a voluntary process in-
spired by a positive idealism sim-
ilar to that which animated
America's founders."
all parts of the .
t been called | Abb-
y The B r
the invitation of the ,'
Agency to participate :r the con-
ference to be held in New Yori
at the end o: t .
<-<-rin.iii Promise
(Continued From Page 1)
ernment with protecting former
Nazis in Foreign Ministry posts.
The newspaper, Neue Prtsse.
which is close to the Christian
Democratic Union, raised the
question of the right of the State
of Israel to speak in the name of
all the Jews. It is true that
Israel perhaps would like to
claim this position." the paper as-
serted, "but the state is the re-
sult of the Zionist movement
which certainly gained corsid-
ground among Jews but
never embraced them all. A
great part of the German Jews
refused and will always refuse
to be represented by a foreign
state in a dispute with their
eland."
Reserve In Britain
Dr. Abraham Cohen, president
Board of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews, said at a meeting of
the board last week that Dr. Ad-
enauer's statement on German
willingness to discuss restitution
with representatives of the Jew-
ish peoDle ar.d the State of Israel
must be received with cautious
reserve Its worth will be as-
sessed by the criterion of deeds,"
he declared.
Dr. Cohen stressed that a major
question facing the Jews is who
shall represent the Jewish claim-
ants who are not citizens of Is-
rael He expressed the opinion
that Jewish non-governmental
consultative bodies are most suit-
able for this purpose and said
that he feels that the final de-
cision should be taken by the
meeting of Jewish groups from
Los Angeles Jews Give
Machine To Kibbutz
LOS ANGELES AJPJ A
sewing machine :.- r. :t- ,uy
back this week t a new and
struggling kibbutz fr.r down in
: the Negev. the I gift of a
group of Los Angi les Jews who
.have adopted t: ttlement to
help make the g -ere life
'of the settlers a little easier.
The plar-. was :
a trip to Israel by Hildegard
Level and her husband, who not-
ed during their trip that "only
the kibbutzr.; oidienand
'peasants, the foren : buiMsi
.of the country, have no spon-
sors."
Mrs. Level was deeply moved
by the situation of the settler*
! living in tents, or little one-room
! cabins, with "no trees to gw
shade. Dust, dust and more duA
l which during the t: pxal raiBS
turns into arkle-dces mud. IW
i electricity. No gas They use
; kerosene lamps. & k on peW
[stoves and haul the water iron
(the nearest village which
' is 30 and more mile? away _
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Oy The Jeih Fiona.an a "-.
SiKth etreet. Mum, -8. ?>"<* '4
tered aeeond-diit matter J" '
l30. m( the Poet 0":e "*,
; Fie., under the Act March 3. "J
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j-RIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951
+Jewist> ftcrMian
PAGE 5 A
I j low Appointed
Head Of Saving*.
Ih.mi Association
( ph M. Lipton, president of
Federal Savings and Loan
I ;,tion of Miami, was elect-
I 5ident of the Florida Sav-
Muilding and Loan League
I Tuesday at the League's 28th
I ; convention held in St.
iirg, Florida.
Florida League has a
er3hip of 51 of the 57 Fed-
Savings, Building and Loan
I ...tions within the State. As
iiahles Meat Shop Irge Synagogues
To Han Humbling
Saul I. Kenholz, who has serv-
ed the Miami area with kosher
meat products during the past
18 years, resumed his service at
207 Almeria Avenue. Coral Gab-
les, after an extended vacation.
Obituaries
CELl \ !..v : a
7". of ISA N.E i -'.
away October 17th. hn< eavi
nd, Oalas: ,ouli
daughter, Mm Ron* Berkowliz, S<
Icea were g< h......t f, i H tobei 18th al noc in* Miami
Beach R veralde. 1236 Wac nvton Av-
anue, Rabl Joseph EC ':.i i >k i
Mclatlng. Interim i ;:i Mi.
Slnal Cemetery.
EDWARD iXENBERO
r.2. ct ;:.'- B W I7th
away on the 15th ;it hi mi \
i.hi for i", yeara, h,- came hen
N'i' York Surviving ar< hla wife,
Minnie; mother, Mrs. Rebecca Gxei -
berg;! *nd son, Leonard, >>t Phila-
delphia. Services were h-id In Gordon
Funeral Home; Interment followed
Mi. Nebo Cemetery
SAMUEL PINK
68, of 53! s.w. 56th Avenue, passed
away mi the 16th, a realdem foi f' '
years, Mr. Fink came here from To-
ledo, Ohio where the remalna were
st-ni by Gordon Puneral limn*. f<,r
arvlcei and Interment. Mr. Pink
leaves hla wife, Anne; :< eon, Jerom*
and two daughters, Mrs. Helen Berk<
and Mis. Betty lirandman.
LOUIS BCHENKEL
65. of S4.'> S.W. 4ih Street, passed
away on Ihe l'.'th. A resident for IS
yeara he came here from New York.
Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Harriet
l.i/ .'. of Miami. Mr. Schlnkel was
a member of the Miami Blka I-odae
948. Masons and Showmen's League.
Services were held in Gordon Kunerul
Chapel with Interment taking place
in Ml. Neho Cemetery.
PHILADELPHIA dispute over gambling in syna-
gogues which rocked the Quaker
City for more than a year flared
anew t. is week with the Phila-
delphia Branch .f the United
Synagogues ol America urging
les i ffiliated with it here
to "b..n all typi ol gi n bling and
games of chance" ui der the aus-
pic i ol the congregations,
The edict was dispatched to
regations affiliated with the
Philadelphia Bramh of the USA
in the lorm of a "recommenda-
tion" and was signed by Milton
Nevins, the branch's president.
M v.ns, in urging that the in-
dividual congregations ban the
profitable pastime contended that
"gambling or games of chance on
the premises of the synagogue or
for its benefit by the congrega-
tion or its affiliates destroys the
synagogue's dignity and respect.*'
The resolution calling upon af- j
filiate congregations to ban
| gambling was adopted by a unan- ]
I imous vote at a recent meeting
j of the branches executive com- [
mitttte, Nevins said in his memo I
to presidents of local congrega- |
tions.
Jerome Labovitz, executive di- |
rector of the branch, said that:
Nevins' letter and the resolution j
constituted the "attitude" of the |
executive committee toward]
"gambling which takes place
under the auspices of synagogue
or synagogues affiliated groups."
Observance of Rosh Hashona by airmen of Sheppard Air
Force Base was held at 0X9 House of Jacob Synagogue in nearby
Wichita Falls. Rabbi Morris Goldman, second from right, looks
on while Chaplain '1st Lt.) Paul Liner. Brookline, Mass. reads
from the liturgy. Airmen, left lo right, are: Pfc. Norman Lutwak.
Montreal. Canada; Pvt. Allan Rubenstein and Cpl. David Orlin.
of Miami. Fla.
Quiz aids Discuss Jewish Education
Joseph Lipton
loi last August 31st, the combined
Isssi ts of these associations total-
led S-434.294,197. The popularity
|t-f these insured sayings insti-
tutions is revealed in the out-
I ng growth in assets each
A gain of $79,749,247 was
I in the 12 month period
lending August 31st. The year
thai the gain was $59,-
|: I 069.
Eli ted to serve with Mr. Lip-
I re Thomas E. Watson, Pen-
1 first vice president; and
lia E. Somp, St. Peters-
second vice president. R.
r.V Sedgwick of Vero Beach was
icted secretary and treas-
I. er Joseph W. Dalton of Tam-
ecame the Florida League's
tentative on the Board of
: irs of the United States
- and Loan League.
The Jewish Quiz Kids, a young
panel of experts in Miami, will
discuss their viewpoints on Jew-
ish education at the meeting of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on
Tuesday evening, October 23, at
the Beth-El Center.
Mark Steinberg, Ellen Bolker,
Kenneth Sher, Frances Frome,
Anton Chaplin, George Lefcoe,
Shirah S k o p and Harvey
Schwartz, whose ages range from
: 6 to 13 and who represent var-
iious Jewish religious schools in
Greater Miami, will participate
in an unrehearsed quiz show.
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will act as moderator.
The program is under the direc-
tion of Sanford Swerdlin and Eli
Hurwitz.
Mrs. Libby Sokolofi Dies
W rd has I een received here
: assing of Mrs. Libby Sok- |
! 310 Ocean Drive, Miami
on Tuesday while visiting
.tighter Mrs. Ida Silbert, '
Lawrence Avenue. Chicago. I
F ineral services for Mrs. Sok-
ho was 76 years of age, I
place Wednesday. In ad- '
to Mrs. Silbert, the de-
|ceased is survived by two daugh- ;
jters nil two sons, including Mr.
Aiicit Quadrow of Miami. The
is sitting shivah at the'
ol Mrs. Silbert.
The Jewish Quiz Kids. Appearing from left to right (front):
Mark Steinberg, Ellen Bolker. (Rear): Kenneth Sher. Frances
Frome, Anton Chaplin, George Lefcoe, Shirah Skop and Harvey
Schwartz.
Mi
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vJenisti flcr/diaun
PAGE 7 A
rish Book Month
itures Zangwill,
)t Honor Reviews
fcw YORKTwo celebrated,
Ish novelists, Israel Zangwill
hcirge Eliot, a non-Jew, will
nVored for their eontribu-
[to Jewish life and literature
L Jewish Book Month, No-
er 23rd to December 23rd, it
j '" mnced this week by
|i Mortimer J. Cohen, Phila-
Uit, president of the Jewish
t Council of America. The
L order the sponsorship
he National Jewish Welfare
H,
_ | community centers,
leos.'-ies. Jewish schools, lib-
nd other Jewish com-
_, oups, will mark the 25th
L iry of the death of Israel
I author of children Of
fi [to and Dreamers Of The
It* Also to be noted will be
If51, anniversary of the pub-
Ijcn of Daniel Deronda, by
i, lot, called by Dr. Sol
fein in the recently issued
| >k Annual "an impor-
Imark in the growth of
deology." In the same
whic'r is published by
characterizes Zangwill
aasionate lover of Jews
[ J. a ism."
significant anniversaries
i ked are the 100th birth-
| great classical Yiddish
. I. L. Peretz; the 100th
,,!> of the death of Mi-
ph Lebensohn, Hebrew
: anslator into Hebrew
al works of poetry; the
iea of the deaths
r bi :i Yehuda, pioneer in
nt of modern He-
D vid Frischman, He-
: y: ; (ish writer, editor
: and the 70th an-
esl iblishment of
y press.
layler-1iranada
iiroup Hear Kaldi
The Women's Activities Group
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center held its reg-
ular meeting yesterday evening
at the Center, 50 N. W. 51st Place.
An election for the post of cor-
responding secretary took place.
The appointee has not yet been
annour.ced.
Main speaker of the evening
was J. Baldi, Coral Gables hair
stylist, who used models from
the audience to demonstrate his
address. Mrs. Louis Berg, chair-
man for the first of a series of
monthly luncheons to be held at
the Center, announced that Tues-
day, October 23rd, will be the
date for her group's first gather-
ing. She will be assisted by Mrs.
Al Altmen, Mrs. Harold Beck and
Mrs. Harry Burak.
Students Attend
Sukkoth Festival
The annual Sukkoth Festival
was held at the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation, University of Miami,
last Wednesday evening.
The affair, attended by more
than 300 students, was spnsored
by the North Shore B'nai B'rith
Women. Heading the North Shore
group was Mrs. Rae Hoffman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Louis Sherman and
Mrs. Billy Wien, president of the
! Lodge.
The festivities were initiated
with the chanting of the Sukkoth
| blessings under the Sukkah by
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, direc-
' or of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami. The Sukkah itself was
erected and decorated by the Uni-
versity students under the direc-
tion of Ted Kobre, Hillel presi-
dent.
Beach Masada Meets
Miami Beach Masada, Your.g I
Zionists District, will hold its'
weekly Oneg Shabbat at the
home of Miss Winnie Epstein, 820
16th Street, Miami Beach, tonight,
at 8:30 p.m.
Sam Soldinger will speak on
Jewish Artists Of The 19th and I
20th Centuries. The choral group '
will also sing several Palestinian
selections led by first vice-presi- .
dent, Edward Oka.
Yiddish Hour Schedule
Morris Nasatir, director of the
Yiddish Classical Hour, has an- '
nounced a change in his program
which is heard three times week-
ly over station WINZ.
The dramatic actres, Henrietta
Schnitzer. will appear every Sun-
day at 1:15 p.m. in a new feature
entitled Dramatic Art. Tuesdays
at 7 p.m., Vistas Of Israel will be
I featured. Malvin Er.glander will
I report on Israel, Fridays at 12:20
I p.m.
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Dombroff. Tubis
Wed In Capital
Mrs B Dombroff. formerly of
1675 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beacr.. and Mr and Mrs Jacob
Tub:*, formerly of 950 S.W. 2nd
Street. Miami, announce the mar-
riage, of their children. Essie and
Emanuel The ceremony was per-
formed last week. Wednesday, in
Washington. DC
Miss Dombroff. a former Miami
Beach Masada member, gradu-
ated from the Abraham Lir.coln
Hig.-. School in Brooklyn. New
York, and attended Brooklyn Col-
lege Mr Tubis, also a former
Masada membi r, attended schools
in New Jersey and Ilk" -
B'nai B'rith Women To
Hold Membership Tea
T.-e North SI'. : ter of
its annual
bersi .:. : a o Friday Oct>
28th, in th Shei Frontenac
Hotel's Pansis it 1:30

''. Jjir; P. W in
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ind new mem-
.-. .-:." entitli I ':' Can't
Take It W t! Y ... then be
enacU "' .pating
''.- lames
Ei Sol Schwartz
Sail? K
: L< R :. Kupfer-
: ei P. alp ii .. New-
Th< M< Ann Bei-
.- .-. Bett) Si Henrj Mar-
Mar. .-. Barlly. Frances
Ka in Li i Fred-
Propel H I Russe and
H An tndei
A fashion si ; nted
Burdii feal
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for 1 in Mrs
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Serlin, Miller Are
Wed By Rabbi Xarot
Mrs. Lena Friedman of Chi-
cago, and Mrs. Amelia Miller of
Elmira. New York, announce the
marriage of their children. Miss
Ethyle Serlin and Dr. Louis Mil-
ler. 1040 15th Street. .''.
Beach.
The ceremony was performed
last week at Temple Israel, and
Rsbbi Joseph R. Narot read the
single ring vows. The bride was
given in marriage by her aunt.
Mrs Fanny Diamond.
Dr. Miller is a graduate of thee
Ifoinea College of Osteopathy
and Surgery and is presently a
staff member at Mercy Hospital
ng World War II. he served
in the medical ur.it of the Navy
The newly wed Mrs. Miller is a
graduate of Chicago schools as
well as of the John Marshall
School.
couple will make their
home at 93516th Street. Miami
Beach.
Engagement Of
Androii. Smolowe
"Strictly Neighbors"
^35U
Announcement was made by
Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron.
3127 Prairie Averue. Miami
Beach, of the engagement of
their daughter. Greta, to Ensign
Richard E. Smolowe. US N R .
HELEN ALPERT
PEOPLE:
Kurt Smger"s spouse. Hilda, whizzed to Miam- far a
vacation with their two children. Hilda's head of't-'e'x p-eelt'sk1
rrent at the Sidney Hillman Health Center for Amale ,y deNft.
n:rii ai uic ciumj .....,,.. iuohii i>ei,wr lor Air.s pimi, j "*
stopped for bit with the Kurt ^verins in Coral Gables n?..'!H
Cui
previously and ^read/'mE:^^^^
is a topflight photog for bigtime mags Hild,
on the West Coast, today sees nis "World's Greatest
published in tne U.S.
France. Sweden, etc.
And Hilda says Kurt's finished that Book on
Omen s.,^1
I
CN THE BEAT: *** M*|
Afternoon marketirg for food, meat and coffee found
my basket right up to Juliet Oshlang ... IN thf i ict* ^^nl
jell's writing classes "t_ sSey'Jj
intrigued by Gilbert Maxwi
Her father is Harry Dietz. She's a Feb graduate u
of the University of Miami. '49. c ~ s"i(l
Pioneer Women
Otter Blond Prize
A S250 Israel Bond will be
awarded as first prize bv the
Pioneer Women. Women's Labor
Zi nisi Organization uf America,
to one of its members submitting
an original skit or play by De-
er 31st.
All manuscripts must pertain
phase of work >p
ed bv the Pioneer Women and
irried out by Moetzet Hapoalot.
: organization in Israel, the
organization's pr e s s director.
Esther M. Greene, stated.
e suggested topics are:
I of Moetzet Hapoalot on
impact of Moetzet
I thi -'.evelopment of
new state.
and Israel old and new
r.d and third prizes will
;100 and a $50 bond, respec-
Becjx Arts Burecu ... 701 Longford Bldg. Phone 3-2155
Presenting World Known Artists
Ruth Brotman Management:
By presenting world known Artists and Lecturers during the
past nir.;- yean :n Greater Miami. Ruth Brotman has earned
.l-.e faithful and enviable reputation cf the Sol Hurock of the
South''
By paying the Artists' fee. underwriting all expenses, writing
all publicity and advertising, including newspaper, radio, mag-
azine, etc. Looking after printing of tickaxs. arranging seating
and obtaining auditorium, keeping books and accounts wide
open for 'Tund Raising Organizations" to examine at all times.
guaranteeing from 50 to 65 per cent net profit. Ruth Brotman
has successfully and proudly presented the following celebrities
for organizations mentioned herewith:
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MiM Greta Andron
son of Mr and Mrs Louis Smol-
owe of 610 West End Avenue.
New York City, and Westport,
Connecticut.
Miss Andron graduated from
Central Beach Hish School and
received her Bachelor of Arts de-
gree at Florida University in
June, Cum Laude. with eleven
honorary keys including the Phi
B- la Kappa and Allen Awards.
She was president of Trianon, t-.e
Women's Honorary Organization,
as well as of Florida Players and
was also named to the Hall of
Fame.
Ens Smolowe graduated from
Dwigr.t School in New York City
with honors and in 1948, received
his Bachelor of Arts degree from
Lchigh University. He i< a mem-
ber of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity
and was popularly elected and
served as its vice president. At
present, he is on active duty a-
board the USS Newman K. Per-
ry DDR-883. after raving enlist-
ed in the Navy six months ago.
No immediate plans have been
made for the wedding.
e'-ai
Yaffey Is Bar Mitzvah
Mr and Mrs. Robert Yaffey.
2074 Prairie Avenue. Miami
Beach, announce the Bar Mitz-
vah of their son. Mark Alexander,
to take place tomorrow morn-
ing at Temple Beth Sholom.
A reception will be held in the
Bar Mitzvah's honor on the fol-
lowing day. 4 p.m.. at the Yaffey
home.
MODELING CAREER is being tapped professional^ h,
Lois Nevirs of S.W. 3rd st. Her folks are Harrv the Hatter .7*
well-known Sue Nevins, who was treasurer of T^nlf i *
Sisterhood through (time out to gasp) a full ten years i*
'51 from the University of Florida. Her majorSnanit'h' l!
DROPPED A STITCH in last week's column and Uw Mm. "*
omitted of Josie Adlerwhose concert keyboard will
entire musical accompaniment for Hadassah's huge Otobe?m
Show Night Josie's husband is the violinist bar .;'-,
famed for his hotel and dinner music.
STAR-STUDDED:
Distinguished cavalcade moved into the Delmoni
the weekend drew a fascinating group of Deoci
dinner To honor the goodwill tour of Movietime. L'.S
Edward Melnikers and Sweet Sixteen daughter JamsheTaatl
of the Coral Way Drive-In and she's got the softest down SoS
fom Tennessee accent you ever heard Sam Kelson of the \
York Post Leo J. Rosen the press en nva "-'J!
distributors and exhibitors Mayor Wolfarth and Mavor Dm!*
Hendrick ... as guests of Delmor.ico owner Max B- nkowu
presiding was former Mayor Harold Turk, beside : im Stelljiii
one of the trickiest taffeta necklines of the season
ENJOYED THAT ANECDOTE Sam Kelson told It seems k
and Turk share the same tailor in Manhattan. Sam had dropped*
for a sports jacket, and the tailor proudly introduced the two?
each other. Well, let's face it: the tailor is no Harvard profess
and Sam therefore kept friendily calling him "My. r Weeks late
on Sam's arrival in Miami Beach, caught up with the discovervJ,
CUT-UP at the party was Mike O'Shea. "I love it in Miami,*!
sez he. "So do me somethingcan I help it if I als love Provr,
dence. R.I.? I'm this kind of a guy." Earlier "Me, too." bj
sez. "I'm from a small townNew York City. It's a small town-
just happens to have a lot of people."
POSITIVELY NEW to me the quip: that everywhere
stars stopped. Paramount starlet Jonni Pans wa given the tap
to the cityand in one place, they gave her the key G^
attention of course surrounded Michael Rennie. ex-pilot, whom'
the Man from Mars in "The Day the Earth Stood Still He's eva
bit of the tidbit "Tall, dark and handsome".
HOTEL ROW:
Once. Arthur Adler commented, The smartest thing I evs|
did was take on the Leamington Hotel." Now. .,- j know,
and Louis are building the Allison apartment-h >ti'. up there norl
the Rio. A studio-type affair of 152 rooms ... In Shai in SpnaBl
N Y is their Hotel Adler Dining-room managi i at the Sever-1
eign is Larry Leckart.
All hotel front desks are whirling with action, with the Legios- j
naires. As I write this Flamingo Park is bursting with I
strains, clashing cymbals, beating drumsand I reckon it'i tel
Drum and Bugle boys, perkily practicing for tonight paracii Well
whaddaya knowit's time to race out to the parade, right noi!|
Grab me that pillow!
Dr. Larson Speaks
On Wednesday noon. October
24th. the Miami Chapter. Amer-
Bi Jewish Congress, will meet
it the Syrian Lebanon Club.
Dr. R. Larson, president of the
Miami Association for United Na-
tions and faculty member in the
(1 ivernment Department at the
University of Miami, will ad-
dress the group. An Arthur Mur-
ray dance presentation and card
- will follow. Ruth K. Hertz
- .innounced.
Morales To Address
Sholom Lodge Today
Mr. Nestor Morales, local at-
torney and Nicaraguan vice-con-
sul, will address the Sholem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Meeting, today noon, at the Sev-
en Stas Restaurant, 101 S E. 2nd
Avenue.
Michael M. Isenberg. luncheon
chairman for the Lodge, will in-
troduce Mr. Morales who will
then discuss the Diplomatic Corps
in the City of Miami. President
Jerome Weinkle is scheduled to
give a report on the current na-
tional B'nai B'rith membership
campaign.
Going Formal7
aS\J(
Formal Wear
that it freshly
cleaned, amartly
styled, properly
fitted.
Complete outfits
including shoes.
.'
Heorevr Unwe'S'ty
LARRY ADLEC ar>3
PAUL ORAREB
Harmon,-.a Vi-tooso A Dancer
Junic Madassah
EVE CURIE
Author 4 Lecturer
Mart* Cm n
Ln ta' an Church
FLORENCE KUTZEN
Det'o.' Pianist
Maxen School for Handicapped
Children
ISRAELI ART EXH BITS
Jerusalem Art Museum. Israel
Variety Benefit Performances for P.oneer Women. Veterans, etc etc.
When planning "Fund Raising Events" consult Ruth Brot-
man of the Beaux Arts Bureau, an Artist and Business Per-
sonality who has served the community sincerely and efficient-
Direct contacts with world known artists and agencies at
no extra cost to you.
All visiting and native musicians and artists are invited to
register with the Bureau at no cot_ Call 58-0756 for registra-
tion.
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EUROPE
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HAND HOOKED RUGS
Monday and Tnesdny0<*t. **
Mia. Louise Ferrell. from Minerva Yarns, will beJ
dine's to give demonstrationa making hand-hook
She will also bring a disjplay of these beautiful m jr
pieces. You will find it most interesting Pw
to come.
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DAY. OCTOBER j9. Wl
+Jewish fkrldttain
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Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman have returned to their home,
tat) S.W. 13th Court, after spending the summer in Cleveland!
|hio, with their children and grandchildren.
^* "^ ^*
Ruth Brotmqn, who left Miami Beach at the end of June
the Author's Convention in Banff, Canada, and for a concert
ar en route, spent the High Holy Days with her family in
|ontreal. She will return to Miami Beach after visiting New
ork to resume her classes in singing and music.
* *
Ida Spivack of 905 Michigan Avenue, celebrated her birth-
jy with tier children and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hurry
ecky and Selma, and her sister, Lena Rubenstein.
+ *
Mi. and Mrs. Jesse Nowak, formerly of Brooklyn, New
rk, and daughters, Carol, Rita and Laura, have moved to
sir new home at 339 S.W. 24th Road, Miami. Carol and Rita
\e students at the Hebrew Academy.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, 4495 S.W. 2nd Street, were
ored on their 37th wedding anniversary with a dinner party
th Clover Club given by their children. Those present were
jr. and Mrs. Sam Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Marks, Mr. and
b. Herman Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marks, Mr. and Mrs.
tn Clsin, Mr. Eugene Marks and Miss Irene O'Neil, fiancee
1 their youngest son, Stanley.
* *
Richard Hilligmen of Orange, New Jersey, paid his uncle,
Schlesinger, a surprise Holiday visit.
* *
Rose and Doris Berdy celebrate their twin, sweet-sixteen
tthdcy. October 21st. A buffet luncheon will be held at their
hne, 780 S.W. 11th Street, Miami, for thirty of their friends.
pse cr.d Doris are members of the Miami Beach Band and of
B'nai B'rith Girls.
* *
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, and
wife, will leave for Savannah, Georgia, where the Rabbi
I speak at the Congregation Agudath Achim on the occasion
its 5C'h anniversary.
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Irving Lehrman, presid-
:he Conference Of Jewish
Organizations which
of 44 local affiliated
; nnounced recently that
icnce has arranged its
tit for the vear.
. ually wrapped cartons
^ pens, candy and books
holiday sifts" will be
the American Army base
nal Zone. Rabbi Nathan
lirector of the USO Club
:.ia, is in charge of the
there. Called Serve-A-
- function will be to fill
al needs of men and
:i the Armed Forces who
lioned in isolated areas.
Women's Organizations
oined its efforts on a
-cale to act in this capac-
ugh the medium of USO
Mr. And Mrs. Juniors
On Saturday evening, October
I 27th, the Mr. and Mrs. Juniors of
| the Miami Hebrew School and
I Congregation will hold their first
annual Halloween Costume Ball.
There will be dancing to recorded
I music and refreshments will be
served.
Meetings of the group are held
every third Tuesdey evening, 8:30
p.m., at the Miami Hebrew
School. 1101 S.W. 12th Avenue.
Adult League Dances
A Pre-Halloween Dance, spon-
sored by the Young Adult League
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center, will be held tomorrow
evening on the Center's patio,
450 S.W. 16th Avenue.
Jewish Welfare Board Area di-
rectors.
The first packages will be sent
in time for Chanukah.
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The North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women instituting
series of card games held each Wednesday afternoon at the
>eimomco Hotel. They ai'i known as Menorah games. Standing
loove are the hostesses: Mrs. Jack R. Wein, president, and Mrs.
Jamel Wolfson, vice president. Sealed at one of the participating
JO-'m are: Mrs. William Weber, Mrs. E. A. Newman. Mrs. Henry
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The Y. L. Peretz school of the
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Miami Beach, will celebrate its
re-opening on Sunday evening,
October 21st, in the Lyceum, 25
Washington Avenue. An open
house reception by the school
board with entertainment by pro-
fessional artists will be tendered.
The school is already in full
swing. Over 4 children are
learning to read, write, and speak
Yiddish. More advanced grades
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The first of a series of bene-
fit card parties will be given
Tuesday evening, October 23rd.
at the Sorrento Hotel by the Mi-
ami Beach Hadassah, Business
and Professional Women's Group.
The announcement was made by
Miss Lillian Goodman, honorary
president, and fund-raising
chairman for the ensuing year.
All proceeds of the affair will
go towards Hadassah's Youth
Aliyah Project which provides
maintenance for orphans brought
to Israel from around the world.
Beth Sholoni Sisters
To Organize Bazaar
Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs.
Louis Stoff will be hostesses at
the first Bazaar-Shower Lunch-
eon of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom on Wednesday, Oc-
tober 24th, 12:30 p.m., in the Tem-
ple Banquet Hall, according to an
announcement made by Mrs. Saul
Herman, Sisterhood president.
The luncheon will be the first
of a series of Wednesday after-
noon functions to which Sister- I
hood members and their friends
may bring merchandise for even-
tual sale at the Annual Bazaar
scheduled to be held on Decem-
ber 10th and 11th. "Our Annual
Bazaar is one of our chief fund-
raising functions," stated Mrs.
Herman, "and Sisterhood mem- '
bers are creating all sorts of I
hand-made items while others are
collecting merchandise of every
description to be sold at the Ba-
zaar."
Proceeds from the Bazaar will
go to the Beth Sholom Religious
School. Mrs. Aaron Farr has been
appointed Bazaar chairman.
Jack Cutler To
Be Bar Mitzvah
On Saturday morning, Novem-
ber 3rd, the Bar Mitzvah of Jack,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cutler,
1871 S.W. 16th Terrace, will take
place at Temple Beth El.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
at the Shenandoah School where
Jack Cutler
he is in the eighth grade. His
Hebrew studies were directed by
Cantor Jacob Tambor at the Beth
El Hebrew School.
A reception will be held on
Sunday evening, November 4th,
at the Cutler residence. Mr. and
Mrs. William Cohen of Wilkes-
Barre, the Bar Mitzvah's grand-
parents, will attend, as well as
Mra M. Feder, Mr. Cutler's sis-
ter, of New York.
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Mrs. Irving Rubinstein, presi-
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meeting of the chapter will take
place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. |
Sol Frisch, 2571 S.W. 25th Av-
enue, Miami, on Wednesday ev-
ening, the 24th of October, at
8:00 p.m.
Mrs. I. M. Imberman and Mrs. !
Irving Rubinstein will be hostes-
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highlight a book review given by
Mrs. Max Kunst.
Plans will also be formulated at
this time for a card and Mah
Jong Party to be held at the
Home Milk Company Building on
November 1st. Mrs. Abe Klein
is in charge of the games party.
Judith Youngerman recently
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course in dance education at
the Connecticut College for
Women. A student of Komisar-
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Religious Directory...
Tt-mple Beth Sholorr. (Liberal)
will hold its Friday evening wrv-
- at 8:15 p.m. Sabbath serv-
ices ;>t 10:45 a.m. Mark Alex-
ander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Yaffey, will be Bar Mitzvah.
ini Atzereth services are
scheduled for Sunday evening.
3:15 p.m.. and Yizkor for
day morning a; 10:45. Simchas
h will be ushered in on Mon-
day evening at 7:15 p.m. There
will be a Hakofos and Cor.--
tion ct-remonv. Rabbi Leon Kron-
isfi will preach a- services.
and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
nt.
pie I?rati of Miami (Re-
v .;: be led in the Friday
ice bv Dr. .'
R. Xarot at 8:15 p n His -
Do Jews Be-
7 Mao Is Master Of
H Fate" S ':
Sun-
by a
. ti
I. Yizkoi
North Shore Jewish Center
I (Conservative). Rabb: Mayer
Abramowitz will lead Friday ev-
ening services at 5:30. and Sat-
urdav morning services at 9.
Shemini Atzereth services will
, be Sunday evening at 7 Monday
morning .- :.re at 9. with
1 Yizkor at 10:30. Hakofos will be
a-. Leo Urlich will le-
ns of all services.
C :._ eg tion Beth Jacob > Or-
thodox) will be led in its Fri-
day evening service by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff at 5:30. and
,'ici .'t 8:30.
ervice will be
Sur.da rning at 8. with She-
scheduled
for 5:30 p.m.. the sal Mon-
ming a rvices are at 8:30.
with Yizkor at 10. Hakofos will
be a- -'- '
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portions.
Nortl Dade J<
Fndav evening service- an
...- I for 8:19 Hoshai
Sun-
da-. Sh<
will b-
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8.30 am., with Mincha at 5:30
p.m. Sundav evening services
are scheduled for 5:30. and Mon-
day ar.d Tuesdav services for
830 a.m. Rabbi Marvin Zelko-
w:tz will speak on The Conclus-
ion. Hakofos. Monday at 7:30
p.m. Car.- M Teitelbaum
will render musical portions of
the service.
Israelite Center (Conservative*. '
Friday right services at 6. Satur- 1
day morning services at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will speak
on The Weeklv Portion Of The '
Law. Mincha at 5 p.m.. followed
by Shalos Seudos. Sunday serv-
ice at 530 p.m., with Shemini
Atzereth services Mondav morn-
:ng at 8 a.m. Rabbi Sachs will
speak on The Meaning Of She-
Atzereth. Memorial Service
e at 11 a.m. Simchas Tor-
..:.. Tuesday at 8 a.m.
Hialeah-Miami Springs J.
Community Center holds late;
Fndav services at 8:30 p.m. Hosh-
Rabbah, Shemini Atzereth
and Simchas Torah services will
be held at the same times as
:...gogues.
7 -agogue of Mi-
ami Biach Friday
5 30. with Sat-
rning sen at 9.
Rabbah services Sun-
s lemini At-
sen scheduled for
Mondaj ..... at 10:30 a.m. I
Simchas T HI be Monday
Wi 51 M ami Jewish Center. ,
Rabbi Alfi W xn n will con- >
:-.:ng serv-
it 7:45. Shemini
:. Mon-
dav morn Yizkor at
g 45. ill .-peak or.:
Monday
H Sin
scheduled for

nter Friday
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rvices ill
... nine at 9
n Sun-
morning
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mi Beach Jewish Center
Friday evening
l 5:3 Sal morn-
it 9. Rabbi Irving
on The
Law. Sat-

.:.. Sunday
at 8 a
- 5:45 >rning
services at 9. Yizkor is sched-
uled for 10:15. The Rabbi will
preach on: In The Shadow Of
Death. Simchas Torah. Monday
at 7 p.m. Cantor David Silver-
man will chant.
Beth Tfilah (Orthodox) will be
led in its Fridav evening service
bv Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky at
5:30 p.m. Saturday morning. 8:30
a.m.. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak
on: The Great War. Mincha is
scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Hosh-
anah Rabbah will be on Sunday.
7 a.m.. with Shemini Atzereth
service on Monday at 830 a.m.
Rabbi Rackovsky will preach on
the subject: Sorrow And Joy.
Yizkor is at 10:30. Simchas Tor-
ah will be on Monday evening.
Ahavas Israel Synagogue (Or-
thodox). Friday services at 5:30
p.m. Saturday morning service
at 9. Rabbi Isaac Ever will speak
on: Sukkoth: Symbol Of Galus
And Redemption. Mincha serv-
ices at 5:15 p.m. Hoshanah Rab-
bah services are scheduled for
Sundav morning at 8. and in the
evening at 6:30. Shemini Atzer-
eth wifl be on Mondav at 9 a.m.
Yizkor services at 11. The Rabbi
will deliver the sermon: Memor-
ial Prayers In A Festival Of Joy.
Simch is T Monday night at
6.
Tiferth Israel Northside Center
will be led in its concluding Suk-
k it! servio I bv Rev. George
Goldberg Sunday evening at 6:30
p.m., and Monday morning at 9.
Simchas Torah services Monday-
evening at 7:30 p.m. The Rever-
I end will speak on: witK
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trabs Object To Preamble Of Five
>oint Proposal On Use Of Violence
(JXA) The Arab states' refusal to sitfn the preamble to the
Nations Conciliation Commission's five-point proposal for
hing peace In the Middle East has deadlocked the "peace"
I nee, it was reported last weekend by an unofficial but well
. ,| source close to the conference. The preamble calls on all
i to relinquish the use of
in their mutual relations. | cd ln Israel, but pointed out that
I aeli have supported the a final solution of the Aral) ref-
1 since September 21st Ugee problem must be found
I the extern ol pnering to throug, UN H
I n aggression pacts with ..... .
\ -tates as a method of tnat Israel "
Jewish Leader Dies
NEW YORK (JTA) Reuben
Flagler-Granada Fete
the preamble from the
lor ol the plan. As a con-
, th| commission has
the need for further
the preamble. The has a special concern with the
however, have bluntly re- problem and would cooperate in
and wish to a UiN> solution. He, also warned
of the danger of r< newed hos-
tilities in the Middle East.
Meanwhile. President Truman
- at this time with the has told an American Arab d< le-
. gation, but is seeking Ration last week that he was
(,vav out of the deadlock with very much interested in having
Arabs. peace in the Near East and that
Israelis are understood he saw no good reason why there
lively to have reduced should not be peace there as
anils to a minimum, well as in the rest of the world.
are not pressing for an The delegation, headed by Faris
and full peace settle- S. Malouf. president of the Na-
although they would like tional Association of Syrian and
Thl v ask only for reaffirma- Lebanese ederations. called at the
: the armistice agreements : White House to tell the Presi-
: out by former U.N. medi- \ (k"' about the "tragic conse-
ir Ralph j. Bundle. At this : quences of the Palestine prob-
. h reaffirmation would 'em and the sad plight of the
desirable in the form of i million Arab refugees.
I ivssion pacts, the Israelis
third annual Halloween Costume"
Dance on Saturday evening, Oc-
The Flagler-Granada Jewish tober 27th in the'Center's audi-
Guskin, Jewish labor leader and Community Center will hold its torium.
head of the Hebrew Actions Un- | _
ion for more than 30 years, died
'. here recently. He was 64 years
(old.
Active in the Socialist move-
ment in Russia. Guskin escaped
to the United States in 1904. after
being sought by the Czari
lice for participating in J( wia
self defense in Bobroisk, hi
live town. Following his arrival
in New Yoi k, e to >k an at tive
rt in the Jewish labor mo\
ment and soon en-
tral figure in the A i rii an J<
ish theatre wqi I. Ue was pre i
dent of the United Hebi
Trades, the large Jewish fratern-
al order Workmen's Circle, and
actively participated in all ef-
forts undertaken on behalt of
the labor mow ment in Israel.
tioned about press reports
i. rael has submitted certain
I Is to the U.N. commission.
leli delegation spokesman
Id that "the Israelis have ta-
li : given the commission all
i nts that would enable the
i.mission and the Arab states
have an exact idea of what
Doctor Receives Award
Boston (AJPlA young Jew-
ish doctor was awarded the Sil-
ver Star recently for gallantry
in action under fire in the
Korian war.
The physician, Dr. Arnold Vet-
stein, 24, of Roxbury, Massachus-
etts, was cited for his heroic med-
ical work last April during the
nieant in its offer of non-ag-jevacuation of tfniicd Na*ions,
KSion pacts. It is understood ,, .
a draft of these pacts was ** '" Hungnam area. As-
..iitted to the commission last 1$**** W ?' after being sta-
eck-end by the Israeli dele-: J'onod at Fort Bragg. North Caro-
jtIon | hna, for a year, Captain Vetstein
|The'central issue at the Paris i participated in the Wonson land-
Iks sponsored by the United \ lnS m Korea.
ktions Conciliation Commission
(whether the Arabs want peace
not, Moshe Sharett, Israeli
kreign Minister, declared in a
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Hi U.N. correspondents.
Replying to questions, the Min-
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to compensate Palestine
refugees for lands abandon-
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Dr. Joseph Sarot
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- to be held tomorrow eve-
ning at the Beth El Auditorium.
Rabbi Narot has chosen as his
.. An Old Theme For New
Americans.
Mr Herbert Scher will award
the certificates to the following
graduates Mr. Samuel Davidson.
Mrs Paula Farber. Mrs. Vetl Gro-
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Lerr.tr. Mrs Esther Lipshutz. Mr
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PAGE 13 A
letters To The Editor
Editor:
Irinfi the past New Year Hol-
1 heard various comment!
disturbed parents and
Ids concerning the absence
loung people at the syna-
.s. Children were excused
religious classes by their
Urs. and Rabbis urged them
Ittend Junior Congregation
Ices. Seats were also reserv-
or young men and women,
Ithe seats remained vacant.
,-t-;its were distributed
diversity students who cared
Mam them. Many went to
during these Days of Ob-
Eice, instead.
I, apathy of young people
f toward religion is appal
Parents and the community
alert and active in char-
raising funds for Israel, De-
ng to various philanthropic
p. and sending their child-
It,> schools of religious in-
lion.
have they personally spok-
|c the instructors of their
|i Do they really know
;tudents attending schools
public and religious) are
finu from their education?
are the social conditions
[facilities for entertainment
|e community for the young-
Cneration? Do they belong
[actively participate in the
lities of their synagogue?
Ithi ir homes a vital, living
pple of a good, wholesome
Hcan-Jewisn environment?
I nts and community must
jp to the needs of their
ten, heirs to the Fortune
ewish heritage. They have
faded their interests through-
(this great country and Is-
yet they have neglected
own beloved ones in lusty
psiasm for improvements
I reform. Their heirs need
Ipt. careful investigation and
Late instruction before the
]i.- made and placed in cap-
Isurvivor's hands. They must
let the Fortune fall into de-
cay, nor allow a vacancy in the
seats of the Kingdom of God.
Sincerely,
Phyliss T Schermer
Sir:
Mr. Seymour B. Liebman in
his article "A Re-Evaluation of
Jewish Life", indicated the basic
problem that the Jewish com-
munity is struggling with not in
America alone but also in Israel.
"A Re-Evaluation of Jewish
I Life", to have any meaning, how-
lever, can never be the thinking
of one individual. It must be
a product of those who comprise
this Jewish life and, hopefully,
the answer or the "basic philos-
ophy of what Jewish life is and
should be" will come out of a
combined effort to think the
problem through together.
This combined effort must
consist of the various components
representing Jewish life: the
Zionist Organizations, the Syna-
gogue, the Synagogue Center,
! B'nai B'rith, the "Y's" and other
Jewish groups. Each has some-
thing to contribute. Evidence
is available that none can do
the job alone.
Democratically we do be-
I lieve in this process such a
j combined effort would seek to
' hammer out principles that are
' at present undefined. This would
further mean a sincere attempt
I to chart a course of goals and
I action by open-minded men with
respect for what each has to con-
North Shore To
Mtrive For Funds
Mrs. Jack Klinger, president'of
the Sisterhood of the North Shore
Jewish Center, announces that
fund-raising events to support
the Religious School of the Cen-
ter are being planned.
On October 21st, between 1:30
and 3:30 p.m., rummage will be
picked up by the Sisterhood un-
der the supervision of Mrs. Leo
Steinman, motor corps chairman,
and Mrs. Milton Kirshberg, chair-
man of a rummage sale, first of
the fund-raising affairs.
Mrs. Kirshberg, ways and
means chairman, also announces
that a card party will be held
at the Sorrento Hotel on Oc-
tober 24th, at 8 p.m. for the ben-
efit of the Religious School.
A Membership Tea for all paid-
up members will be held at the
North Shore Jewish Center
Building, on October 30th, even-
ing. A skit entitled Women In
White is announced by Mrs.
Ralph Leiberman, program chair-
man.
tribute. It would require a self-
discipline allowing for give and
take on the basis of humility
for what is represented.
Perhaps this re-evaluation
might be a self study where the
mirror is looked into and the per-
tinent questions asked. Perhaps
this self study, which might be
entered into community by com-
munity, would lead to a true
re-evaluation.
Very truly yours.
Jerry Carver
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men's clubs of the Reform Jew-
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Tuesday evening, October 23rd.
Dr. Fisher's topic will be Every-
day Psychology. He is a pro-
fessor in the Psychology Depart-
ment at the University of Miami.
Abess In Atlantic City-
Leonard L. Abess. civic leader,
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3IDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1951
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PAGE 15 A
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
I
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
I ESTATE OF
II, IA AHuXilVITZ. deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ng Claims or Demands Against
s.iiii Estate:
Von. and each of you. arc hereby
,,. :id.d and required to present any
, mums and demands which you. or
Cither of you, may have against the
.state t CBLIA ARONOVITZ de-
late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON &
FRANK B DOWLINC. County Judge!
Dade County, and file the same 111
office in the County Courthouse
I I >.-1>I County. Florida, within elsht
falendar months from the date of the
fiisi publication hereof. Said claims
i demands to contain the legal ad-
<'-,~- of the claimant and to be sworn
(j gnd presented as aforesaid, or same
(nil | barred. See Section 120 of the
Probate Aet.
ate (irtnber IS, A.D. 1951.
ESTELLB STOLLMACK.
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
CELIA ARONOVITZ.
Deceased
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for
1 STELLK STOLLMACK.
Vlministratrlx
|( 19-29 11/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ieleventh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144524
>l, SHERMAN, Plaintiff.
vs.
loLDIE SHERMAN. Defendant,
li GnLDIE SHERMAN.
Defendanti
21(1 Central Park South.
New York City. NY.
You. OOLDIE SHERMAN, are here-
> notified thai a Rill of Complaint
< r Divorce has been filed against you.
knd you are required to serve a copy
M your Answer or Pleading to the Rill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
ey, HARRY B. SMITH. 420 Lln-
:, Road, Miami Reach. Florida, and
the original Answer or PleadmE
the office of the Clerk of the Cli -
Court on or before the 19th day
November, 1951. If you fall to do
idgmenl by default will be taken
. msl you for the relief demanded
Bill of Complaint.
i.NK AND ORDERED at Miami,
this ITth day of October, A.D.
K B. WEATHERMAN,
i k, Circuit Court,
l lad.- County, Florida
irl Seal)
II) VM W. STOCKING,
Deput) Clerk
I! SMITH
Plaintiff
: ol
h, i iorldo
: 2-9
\0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: IS HEREBY CI1VEN thai
iderslgned, desiring to engagi
nes undei the fictitious name
SIIKADE REDDING A MAT-
'". nol Inc., at 123 N, \v.
i SI Miami. Fia.. Intends to '" B -
'aid name with the Clerk of the
ill c,,in, of Hade County. Flor-
WII.I.IAM L SHEADE
Sole Owner
PREIl flROSSBERG
nrne> for Applicant
ii Risrayne Bids;.
0' 112-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
110 SCNDRIE8 at 110 Ponce De
m Blvd., Coral Cables, Kla., Intend
register said name with the Clerk
Ihe Circuit Court of Dndc county.
ids
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TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihderslgnfed desiring to engage in
- inder the fictitious name of
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:. inn-nils to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
i "t Hade County, Florida
MURRAY JACOBS
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MAYERS
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si rbold Building
I 11/2-9
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florldlan o-
Ucits your legal notices.
We oppredat* your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANC FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144555
BAMUEL HIPPER. Plaintiff
vs.
ANN HIPPER, Plaintiff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ANN HIPPER
.1411 AVENUE "S"
Brooklyn 84, n.t.
YOU are required to serve a cop;
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plain) for Divorce on lb,. Plaintiffs
Attorney, and t,, file the original Ana-
Wei In the Office Of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, on or before the lfith
day of October. 1951, otherwise, the
Bill Of Complaint filed herein will
be taken as confessed by you
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of September, 1951.
E. II. L-EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida.
By W.M. w. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
MIRHAY GOODMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
910-12 Olvmnia Building
Miami. Florida
10/19-26 11/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144549
EDWARD I.. MCCARTHY and
ADEI.E P. MCCARTHY, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
THE NEW ENGLAND TRUST COM-
PANY, a Massachusetts Corpora-
tion, and ALBERT I) IIOWLETT,
JR.. as Trustees under the I^ast
Will and Testament of ALBERT D.
HOWI.ETT. deceased.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NEW ENGLAND TRUST
COMPANY
IBS Devonshire Street
Boston 7. Mass.
ALBERT D. HOWI.ETT. JR.
C O The New England Trust
Company
1.1.". Devonshire Street
Boston 7, Mass.
YOI" are required to serve a copy
of vour Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's Attorney, and to
file vour original Answer in the Of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th day of Novem-
ber, 1951: otherwise the Bill of Com-
plaint for Successor Trustee filed
herein will be taken .is confessed by
you.
DATED this 17th day of October.
1951,
E. B. L-EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By WM. vV, STOCKING
Denim Cleric.
NORMAN i: LYONS
\ ne> for Plaintiff
910 i iB mrda B -
Mian,i. Florida
III 19-28 II 2-n
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Notice Is hereby given that Nathan-
iel V. Slegel, holder as assignee of
Kverg'-des Driilnnve Tax Sale Certifi-
rate Numbered 4249, dated the 31st
Ua) ol .Way. A D 1949, hhaa filed said
( ertlflcate In my office, and has made
application for tax deed to Issue
tnereon In accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following
I described property, situated in Hade
I ounty, Florida, tn-wll;
Lot IX. Block 2. Ltrklns Town-
site. Plat Book 2, Page 106, Lo-
cated in Dad.- County, Btate of
Florida.
The assessment of said
propert) under the Certificate
issued was in the name of
ai.-x Can. Unless said Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will
Issue therein the 19th day of
November, A.D. 1951.
Dated this 12th day of October, A.D.
EC. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
Circuit Court Seall
By N. C. STERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
10/19-21 11 '2-9-1(1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 14453r
RITA CLICKER SAMS. Plaintiff
vs.
JAMES I. SAMS. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMBS L SAMS
c/o George W. Post
701 Prunty Bldg.
Clarksburg. West Virginia.
Tou, James L. Sams, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torney, donald R. klein. 927 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the lfith day
of November, 1951. If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of October. A.D.
1951.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V STOCK 1 NO.
Deputy Clerk.
10 19-M 11.2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144423
LEILA SHAC.Ol'RY, Plaintiff
vs.
ALFRED R SIIAGoIRY. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'I'l: Alfred It. Shagoiiry
5M 4Mh Street
Brooklyn. New York
You, Alfred R. Sh.iRourv. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you nre required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs At-
torneys, CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISH.
807-908 Olvmpia Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th day of November. 1961, If you
fall to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill nf.Clmi-
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this llth day of October. A.D.
1961,
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Conn Seall
By vv.M. W. STOCKING,
Deputv Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
in 19-39 II 1-9
SEITLIN COMPANY
^ N^g33*X IS N. K Ind ST MIAMI 31. FLA.
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tre fictitious name of
ARROW PACKAGE STORE
at 2227 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
ETTA SAMUELS,
Role Owner.
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Applicant.
10/19-26 11 /2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PHIL'S BARBER SHOP
at 2226 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP H HOREN8TEIN.
Sjk Sole Owner.
IRVING 1 ~PEN
Attorney for Applicant
10/19-26 11/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144109
WILLIAM 1. GER8TENFELD,
Plaintiff
Vs.
DOR< 'THY GERSTENEHI.Ii.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: DOROTHY OERSTENFELD
5201 17th Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
Y'ou are required to serve a copy of
the Answer t.. the Bill of Complaint
upon the plaintiffs attorney, Mor-
ton ROTHENBERG. 42"' Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
tl.....rlglnal in the office of the Clerk
01 the Circuit Court on or before
Oetoher 2(1. 1951; otherwise, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated tins 1'iiib day of September.
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court
By R. II. RICE. JR.
(Seal)
10/6-12-19-29
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AAA SERVICE BI'REAU at 901
N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MILTON WE1NSTEIN
LOUIS KROLL
MARX FADER
Attorney for Applicants
10/5-12-19-2(1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lln undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LBM'S RADIO AND TELEVISION
SERVICE at 42^1 S. W. With Court.
Miami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
LYMAN L. TRESCOTT
DAVID M. RUPP
ai ROle owners
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for owners
10/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEIN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagl ill
business under the flctltloua name of
SPORTSMAN'S BARBER SHOP
at 2226 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
I 0 da ti to registi raid name
with the Clerk "f the Circuit Courl of
I iade 1' nty, Floi Ida
PHILIP II HORENSTEIN,
Sole 1 -v:..
IRVING CYPEN
120 Lincoln Road,
Miami B.aeh
Attornej for Applicant.
in 19-26 11 2-9
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2500j
RE: ESTATE OP
LOUIS WEINKLE, 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 Executor of the
estate of Louis Weinkle, deceased:
and that on the 12th day of Nov. 1951,
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
BLANTON. County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Executor of the estate of Louis
Weinkle. deceased.
This 8th day of October. 1951.
CARL WEINKLE.
As Executor of the Estate
Of Louis Weinkle.
Deceased.
WEINKLF: & KESSLER
Attorneys for FSxecutor
10/12-19-26 11/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
j ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144108
MILTON PELDMAN, Plaintiff
vs.
EVELYN PELDMAN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO; EVELYN FELDMAN
1 'erry Aven
Bronx. New Yo
Y'ou ,1.....iiu ed to servi 1 opy of
knswei thi mplalnt
upon the plaintiff's MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG. 12(1
I..1 file
the original in tl clerk
of the 1 'Ircult 1 "oui befoi e
Octobi r i'*:. 1961: othi --. Id BUI
will be taken as ci nfessed bj rou
Dated this 26th day of September,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OP/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name !'
HABANA MEAT \- POULTRY MAR-
KET at 46 N. W. r.tb Street, Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the cierk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
LEO WIENER
GEORGE WIENER
Owners
BBRICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Pla.
I" 12-19-21; 11/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that"
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Ml SICAN'A BAR at :,<< N W. .".Ith
Street, Miami. F'la. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the '"ii
cult Court of Dade Countv, F"lorid:t.
JOSEPH A. SOLI.A
ANITA R. SOLI.A
CHERTKOF & KAI.ISH
Attorneys for Applicants
Olympia Bldg.
9/28 10/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INI
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 143994
JAMES CLINTON ROBERSON,
Plaintiff
vs.
EDITH JEAN ROBERSON.
I icfeiidant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EDITH JEAN ROBFIRSON
P. O. Box 2143
Durham. N. C.
You are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon plaintiff's 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 da)
of October. 1951, otherwise said Bill
will be taken a confessed by you.
Dated this 21st day of ScpteniS-r
1951.
F:. B. LEATHERMAN.
cierk of the circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal
By R. H. RICE. JR.
D. put v 1 'l.-rk
9/28 l" 5-12-19
AD. 1951.
(Seal)
10/5-12-19-96
i: P. LEATHERMAN
c :: k I the Circuit Court
By It. H. RICE, JR.
Deputy cierk
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 14434C
ROSLTN LENT. Plaintiff
vs.
LESLIE RALPH LENT. Defendant.
TO: LESLIE RALPH LENT.
RESIDENCE IN K Ni IWN
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer t,. the Bill Of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court on or before the Mh day
of November. A.D. 1951
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltloua name
of TOWN AND BEACH CLUB at
Miami Beat h. Dade County. Florida,
intends to fsalater said name with
the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
THOMAS CORPORATION
a Florida Corporation
10 .-.-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 I'LAGLER Book A RECORD
STORE, at :,:':, Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. F'la., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the CirculJ
Court of Dade County, Florida
BI.OCH-COOKK. INC.
HERRERT E KAUFMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1929 duPoiM Building
la 5-12-19-26
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25289
RE: ESTATE IP
I 1.1 IRA I. BR' IWN, DecaSed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Ni iTICE 1- hi 1 h; given that 1
filed m\ final 1 eport and ;
I .11.1l 1 ilacnargi is 1:
tl nf !'!. >RA L. BROWN, di
ed: and that on the 22nd day ol
tober, 1951, I will appli to the Ho
ah 1 W F BLANTON, County 1 In
of Dade County, Florida, f. 11 ippn
of --..id final report and for final d
charge ns Exi utrlx of the estate ,.f
FLORA L. BROWN, deceased
Thi- 25th das of September, 1951.
HELEN I. BRoUN
MYERS. HEIMAN .v KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Exi cutrlx
9 28 11 5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144035
RAYMOND FRANK GALLO.
Plaintiff
vs.
CATHF:RINE HALLO. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, CATHERINE GALLO. 99 East
Second Street. Brooklyn. New York,
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on Plaintiff's attorney. HAR-
OLD SHAPIRO. 927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original In the offl,.....f the Clerk of
this Court on or before October 25
119.11. otherwise a Decree Pro Confi iso
will be entered against you.
Dated September 24. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
By It. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
... 29 in 5-12-19
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce.
heretofore filed herein, win be taken
,-IS Confessed b> Voll.
Daied at Miami, Florida, this the
stb da) of 1 ( tober. 1951.
B. B, LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade county. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal I
By WM W Sim KING
Deputy cierk
MILTON A FRIEDM \N
Attorney for Plaintiff
1021 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
10 12-19-26 11 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned! desiring to engage
otherwise. In business under the fictitious name
of ABBE VENETIAN BLIND LAUN-
DRY al 15 N.E 27th Street, Miami.
F'la. intend p. register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
HARRY KESSMAN
PHILIP 8CHULMAN
I11 12-19-26 11 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 16 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DAVIS JEWELRY ,\ Loan CO
(not Inc.) at 101-202 North Miami
Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
L. M. H1RSCH
ELBY STONE
Attorney for 1. M. Hlrsch, doing
business a> Davis Jewelry &
Loan 1"... 1 not Inc.).
10 5-12-19-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslgifed, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of JOHNSON EMPLOYMENT SERV-
ICE at 129 N. B. 1st street. Miami,
FTa.. IntSDda 1-1 register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
NED REC.EN
Sob- 1 iwni r
BREOER AND SULZBERGER
Attorneys-for Applicant ,
236 Lincoln-Road H
10/5-12-19^6*.....
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY In CHANCERY.
No 144247
JOBEPHINE KING, Plaintiff,
\ s.
WILLIAM KING. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: WILLIAM KING
213 Calyer street
Brooklyn, New York
You, WILLIAM KING. a:, hereby
notified thai a lull of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalnal you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torneys, CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISH,
6(17-10 Olympia Building. Miami. Flor-
ida, and fib- the original Answer in
the office of the Cl.rk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2nd day of
November, 1951. If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of October, A.D.
1951,
1: B. LEATHERMAN
Clark, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
607-10 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
10/5-12-19-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name ',(
DECK BAR at HUT Fifth Street, Mi-
i ami Beach. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk ol
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
S A M. INC,
a Florida corporal, id
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for owner
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
9 2s ~ 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 SLOtkIN, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Pi
Having Claims or Demands \
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hi
n..tilled and required to present 1
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou, may have against thi
estate of JOSEPH SLOTKIN, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida
to the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLINQ
County Judge of Dade Count;
file the same in his office in tin
Countv Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hi re.f Said claims of demand- tO
contain the legal addresa of the claim
ant and to be sworn to and pn -
as afolesaal. "I same Will be ha I 1
s. Section 120 .if the 1981 ProbaK
I'life September 26. A.D. 19 1.
HARRY B, SMITH.
As Administrator of the
Estate of
JOSEPH SLOTKIN, D -
ceased.
IRVING CYPEN, ESQ..
Attorney for
JOSEPH SLOTKIN. deceased.
9/28 10/5-12-19


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