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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 24Number 43
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
gency Denies Israel Claim Abba Eban To Be Feted
At Saxony November 11th
;\V YORK (JTA)The Jew-
lAgi-ncy issued a statement
j Sunday taking issue with
[resolution adopted last week
[the executive committee of
[American Jewish Committee
jvhich opposition was ex-
scd to the granting of special
j. for the Agency by the Is-
Government The Agency's
... nt charged the American
. Committee with creating
. here non exist."
i with the American Jew-
: mittee was also taken by
Brnwdy, president of the
I Organization ol America.
laring that the AJC had no
col or lawful grounds to urge
. Government to desist,
|er the penalty of loss of sup-
from granting any special
to the Jewish Agency, Mr.
I) said. "If we are to judge
its recent pronouncements,
must cor-clude that the AJC
bming dangerously close to re-
Ibiing an anti-Zionist combin-
m."
he Jewish Agency statement,
ed by Mrs. Rose Halprin, act-
chairmanDr. Nahum Gold-
Bn. chairman of the Agency, is
in Latin Americareads as
The resolution approved last
fck by the executive of the
mean Jewish Committee is
astonishing document in view
facts which were at the dis-
Bl of the authors when they
ared the text. The solution
flies, among other things, that
World Zionist Organization
requested, and the Israel
eminent is considering, the
nting of a 'diplomatic' or
fticai' status for the Jewish
fncy for Palestine. It implies
[her that this statusthe one
cifically refraining from request- j with the internal affairs of Amer-
ing such status outside of Israel. ican Jews.'
"So much for what the World
Zionist Organization is request-
ing. Equally clear is what the
"The will of Jews in the United
States to assist in the upbuilding
of Israel is not the 'internal af-
Israel Government is considering fair' of American Jews. It is a
granting. In a recent communica- | matter which concerns every Jew
lion to Ambassador Eban, the
Prime Minister of Israel respond-
ed to a telegram addressed to him
by a group of American organ-
izations, including the American
Jewish Committee. In his com-
munication, Mr. Ben-Gurion said:
" 'In Israel the Jewish Agency
in Israel and millions of Jews
elsewhereincluding many who
want desperately to go there
who share a common interest in
Israel.
"Since 1897, the World Zionist
Organization has been responsi-
ble for the building of the Jew-
Mayor William Wolfarth of Miami, Mayor D. Lee Powell, of
Miami Beach, and Mayor David H. Hendrick, Jr., of Coral Gables,
this week joined hands to assume co-sponsorship of a testimonial
dinner honoring Abba Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the United
States, which is scheduled for the Saxony Hotel Sunday night, No-
vember 11th. The Greater Miami Committee is co-sponsoring the
affair in conjunction with the
three mayors.
Marking the first time that
mayors of Dade County's leading
cities have extended official in-
liberated the Palestine problem
in Geneva and at Lake Success.
Hi collaborated in the prepara-
tion of the Jewish case brought
before the General Assembly and
. carries out specific functions ; ish National Home which even- vitations to.an event-paying trib- tnc security Council and himself
in the reception of immigrants, in tually emerged as the State of
needs in land settlement,, and in the Israel Government. In dis-
the immediate provision for their I Israel. This work it now con-
certain types of development i tinues with the co-operation of
work. These functions were dis- ; charging its responsibilities, the
charged by the Jewish Agency
and its organs long before the
State of Israel was established,
and upon its establishment they
were not taken over by the State
but left in charge of the Jewish
Agency. Under the new set up
they can only be effectively dis-
charged through the closest pos-
sible co-operation of the Jewish
Agency with the government of
Israel. The Knesset may therefore
be asked to confer a special
status on the Jewish Agency in-
side Israel to express this situa-
tion.'
Non-Existent Dangers
"In the light of these facts, it
is clear that the importif not
the intentof the Americaji Jew-
ish Committee's resolution is to
create issues where none exist,
and to put its authors in the posi-
World Zionist Organization has
won the co-operation of Jewish
communities in the United States
and elsewhere in the world. It is
relevant to note that the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, which
began as an organization devoted
exclusively to American affairs,
has now broadened its activities
to include many lands. We would
not pretend that this develop-
ment constitutes interference by
ute for a representative of the
State of Israel, the dinner will be
the outstanding event on the cal-
endar of the Jewish community
for November, it has been re- ]
ported.
"The visit of Abba Eban to
Greater Miami is an honor shar-
ed by few other American com-
munities." Dr. Goodman, chair-
man of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee for Bonds of Israel Gov-
ernment, said "and the tremen-
dous -response to the initial an-
nouncement of his visit here in-
dicates that November 11th will
be one of the greatest nights in
the American Jewish Committee j the history of Florida Jewry. This
in the 'internal affairs' of other [ dinner symbolizes the ties be-
communities. I tween American Jews and the
Recognition Itiue i State of Israel's dramatic fight
"The American Jewish Com- ; l 8"n. economic stability while
mittee statement continues: 'We P""""in ^e, {m^'gration of
urge upon the State of Israel the 600,000 more dateline Jews.
impropriety of (a) granting any
kind of diplomatic recognition to
any non-governmental body; (b)
granting any kind of political
tion of champins against onn-ex- status within Israel to any non-
istent dangers. t Israeli orgaTiiXatton or non-gov-
"We do not here intend to an- ernment body and (c) purporting
swer certain ideological concepts to grant to any organization, any
advanced by the American Jew- special status with respect to the
ish Committee resolution, but we I activities of Jews and
he other or bothwould ex-
b. vnd the territory of Is- are very much concerned that the
American Jewish community be
given the facts on a number of
practical issues raised by the
document. We are, in particular,
concerned with a few key sen-
tences.
"The resolution says: 'We .
ltar that the World Zion- \ oppose any attempt on the part israepto'open*consular offices in
nization seeks only a I of any organization not exclus-. Tel Avjv or to ask israers as-
tatus covering specific non- ively American in its composi-
tical functions in Israel, spe- I tion and direction to interfere
Zionist Request
n the most cursory reading
Resolution on Status ap-
ired at the recent World Zion-
| Congress, the text of which
en widely publicized.
Jewish
communities in America or any-
where else outside of Israel.'
"Our answer is as follows: (a)
, no organization is asking the
Government of Israel for diplo-
1 matic recognition.' We can as-
sure the American Jewish Com-
mittee that we are not proposing
to exchange Ambassadors with
(Continued on Page 11 A)
jjarano Discusses
rael At Party Held
His Honor Today
Cram's Warning Gerald L. K. Smith
los angeles (ajp)Bart-; Seeks Hate Mongers
ley Crum, leading Christian Zion-
ist, warned last week that Israel
I faces the threat of losing a great
lecently arrived on his first I deal of territory, particularly new
fct to the United States, Moshe | Jerusalem, to its Arab neighbors
ano, leading Israel indus- '" the near future.
Ilist, will speak on the $500,- Crum made the predication at
limn c-. i i r, a meeting of the local Jewish
1.00(1 State of Israel Bond cam- Welfare fund here. He said the
Pen this afternoon at a cock- Arabs would soon demand the
party in his honor at the separation of new Jerusalem, con-
ic, v Hotel trol of the headwaters of the Jor-
ano, former Economic da", and a free port in Haifa or
Jaffa.
Meter in the Israel Foreign Crum a,sf) indicated that Is-
ce, also will talk on the bond raei's war 0f independence would
re at an Oneg Shabbat at be "just a skirmish" compared to
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"iple Beth Sholom Friday
-.t.
Stpresentative of the new type
[young businessman in Israel,
Ijarano not only has invested
capital in the expanding In-
Wry of the country, but also
placed his energy and talent
|th< disposal ol the government
Vl rums public posts,
jarano was Economic Coun-
to the Israel Legation in
scow for a year, and recently
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Gerald L. K. Smith, professional
hate peddler, told his followers
this week in a private newslet-
ter that he was planning "num-
erous strategic endeavors" in
Washington, D.C., to block the
nomination of General Eisen-
hower and to destroy the United
Nations.
Asserting that Eisenhower in-
sisted on being nominated by
both parties. Smith told his fol-
lowers that this would result in
a complete military dictatorship,
under the control of the Jew
Eban, noted as a statesman,
scholar and author, will arrive
here Friday, November 9th, and
spend the entire week-end in be-
half of the $500,000,000 State of
Israel Independence Issue. Plans
are being made for a tea honor-
ing Mrs. Eban, who will accom-
pany the Ambassador here. A j
distinguished sponsors committee, |
which will include all members
of the executive committee of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
campaign and leaders of the Jew-
ish and non-Jewish community, .
is being formed to play host to j
Ambassador and Mrs. Eban.
The executive committee in-
cludes, in addition to Dr. Good-
man. Jack Ablin. Leonard Barr,
Sam Blank, Joseph Cherner.
Samuel F r i e d 1 a n d Charles
Fruchtman. Ben Ciller, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Howard Kane. Cambridge with high honors. He
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Sam Lach- Was appointed to Pembroke Col-
man, Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Rab- lege. Cambridge, as a lecturer in
bi Irving Lehrman, Oscar Lei- Arabic, Persian and Hebrew lit-
Abba Eban
presented a part of the Jewish
plea which resulted in the es-
tablishment of the State of Is-
rael.
Israel which has doubled its
population since the United Na-
tions vote, is now floating a
$500,000,000 bond issue in the
United States. Bond proceeds
will finance the development of
the country's agricultural and in-
dustrial potential for a greatly
strengthened economy to enable
Israel to integrate into the nation
an estimated three-year immigra-
tion of an additional 600.000.
Although he is a South African
by birth. Mr. Eban was educated
in England and graduated from
erature and held that post until
1940. when he went to Palestine
as liaison between Allied Head-
and the Jewish Com-
chuk, Sevmour B. Liebman, Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, Benjamin Mey-
ers, I. L. Mintzer. Stanley C. ; quarters
Myers, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Max > munity.
Orovitz, E. Albert Pallot, Leo j Alter the war. Mr. Eban set-
Robinson, Joseph M. Rose, Dan tied in Jerusalem as Chief In-
B. Ruskin. Herbert E. Scher. Mrs. | structor of the Middle East Cen-
Monte Selig. Monte Selig. Rabbi j ter of Arabic Studies. In 1946. at
Max Shapiro, Jacob Sher, Harry | the invitation of Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann. he joined the Jewish Ag-
ency for Palestine and worked
in the field of Arab-Jewish rela-
tions.
Mr. Eban, who speaks Hebrew,
the"desperatetation" the ne* | was establishing headquarters in
state would soon face. He charged j because it had
that France was supplying arms '
and strong German contingents
to the Arabs. "There are today
6,000 to 9,000 Nazis training the
forces of Egypt, Lebanon and
Syria," Crum said. "I know that
for a fact."
Simonhoff, Wm. D. Singer, Harry
Sirkin, Joseph R. Stein, Harold
Turk, Alex Van Straaten. Mrs.
Carl Weinkle, Carl Weinkle and
Mitchell Wolfson.
Ambassador Eban, who at 36 is Arabic, and several European
one of the world's leading states- languages with great fluency, is
machine''He announced that he men, will talk not only on the the author of a book entitled The
' progress of the Israel Bond Middle East And World Poli-
Drive, but also on current devel- tics. He has translated into Eng-
opments in Israel and the Middle ijsh a novel by the Egyptian
East. I author, Twelik al Hakim, and
Mr. Eban first achieved world- \ published a number of works on
wide prominence as Official Hebrew and Arabic literature on
Liaison between the Jewish com- Near Eastern social and cultural
munity of Palestine and the Unit- | problems and on Arab-Jewish
ed Nations committees which de- relations.
London Theater
NEW YORK (AJP) While
Jewish groups in the United
States maintained silence over
Romel
been "selected by the Jews to
become the capital of the world
by way of a subdued United
States and a world government."
"The aim of the Jew-Zionist
machine is to destroy America's
sovereignty and manipulate
and other-
is named vice president of the the first showings of Romel
Rival Of Jerusalem, which The Desert Fox," the opening of
11 be held there in the spring the film run in London evoked
1U53 He is currently presi- widespread protests, it was re-
fni of the Jaffa-Tel Aviv Club | ported this week.
Rotary International. A na- \ Many London critics severely
re of Bulgaria, Bejarano was [ criticized the film for its sym-
lucated in Switzerland and It- I pathetic portrait of the razi field
V before going to Israel in', marshal]. Richard Winning, film
P With his brothers he owns i critic of the News-Chronicle.
I1 largest cannery in the Mid- I called the film a "deplorable tra-
it East, the largest industrial vesty that,mocks all who fought
?oho] distillery in Israel and i the Nazis." The review was head-
fe third largest cigarette factory I lined, "Hollywood Finds Pin-Up
that country. General."
through corruption
$3tftiS RfUftS Jtwi Seen In Peril By Egyptian Crisis
our beautiful America shall be new YORK CITY (AJP) Jews trapped in the Moslem
brought under the control of a ..
world government." Despite j *-gyPl b
Smith's announcement of grandi-
oso plans, the four-page newslet-
ter was peppered with appeals
for funds. Readers were urged to
"use the enclosed coupon and
making the largest contribution
within your ability."
The letter closed with an ur-
gent hint against permitting the
document to get into unfriendly
hands. Smith wrote that he would
be glad to get prospects "provid-
ing you know in advance that
they are really, really interested."
unprotected Jewish civil- | lands, predicted that unchecked
ian population stands likely to I Egyptian mobs would likely turn
sutfer heaviest in the wake of on the Jews once Britain's mill-
the current clashes over the Suez mj ht make itself fcit in the
and control of the Sudan be-
tween Egyptian mobs and Brit-
ish troops, a veteran newsman
and author recently returned
from a 14-month inspection tour
of Jews in the Moslem countries
predicted this week.
Lawrence Resner, author of the
area.
"Once full reports of the riot-
ing in EgyDt have been releas-
ed. Resner told the AJP. "we
will likely find that a consider-
able number of Jews are among
the casualties. It is unlikely that
recently released. Eternal Strang- fanatical Arab mobs will contin-
er, a documentary report of hor- i ue to buck up against the arm-
ror conditions imposed upon ed resistance of tht British.


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PAGE 3 A
'11 Say...
First World War uprooted a vast Jewish
ftion in Eastern Europe. To feed, clothe, and
them, the Joint Distribution Committee came
being- The ancient Jewish practice of helping
[stressed was streamlined and systemized; the
. can e Exhibit A of organized charity. The
L; ,c philanthropists looked down their noses
tical Zionists who disparaged alms-giv-
thing inferior to building up the waste-
: ali -tine. Thus when the United Palestine
L] was created several years later, conflict with
ID.C. became inevitable.
\B1G DRIVES
the progressive worsening of the Jewish
d the charity purveyors and the Builders
an to unite in their tuna raising. Their joint
expanded to such dimensions that in 1943
j.J.A. was able to collect more than $150,000,-
[This unprecedented sum, gathered during the
tonal stress generated by the first Jewish war
[centuries, set the standard for succeeding years.
11 first appeared fantastic became normal.
non-Zionists came to accept the annual U.J.A.
as the routine burden of their philanthropy.
tansport the indigent and imperiled from Mos-
jands to Israel was within the tradition of Jew-
Itarity.
fcES IN ISRAEL
Itanwhile in Israel, history was moving at a
fcitv that rendered the fabulous U.J.A. collec-
f inadequate. The Ingathering of destitute Exiles
lied the population in three years. The neigh-
pp Arabs, humiliated- by deteat and smarting
fevenge, had instituted a tight boycott against
Jewish state. Threais of a second round forced
r.r.inter.ance of armed forces beyond the capacity
! small, newly formed republic. Austerity was
L> the morale of the people, elated by the
tli viftorv over vastly suDerior numbers.
IkSSlTY OF LARGE SCALE FINANCING
Gurion called a cross section of American
n opinion to Jerusalem. The U-JA. might be
IB for the transportation of exiles, but the crush-
Is There A Conflict Between Federations and the Bond Drive ?
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
ing turden of feeding, housing, and integrating them
fell upon his government. Orly a stepped up pro-
duction of industry and agriculture could save the
< Ponomy of Israel. The Jewish State wanted no
charity. But like all new ventures, it must get
loans to develop its resources. Israel would pay
back with interest. The conference endorsed en-
thusiastically the S500.000;000 bond plan and prom-
ised its absorption by American Jewry.
RETURN OF OLD DISCORDS
Upon the entry of the Bond Drive, old divisions
and lineups are felt rather than seen or heard. On
the surface, everything seems unruffled. But under-
neath one senses a dissent that'has been brewing
sir.ee the Zionist triumph. The original cleavage
between J.D.C. and U.P.A., between philanthropy
and Zionism has never been really sealed. The
heroic war and the dramatic rise Of Medinat Israel
has silenced, if not convinced, the non-Zionists. They
continue to grumble about the large slice exacted
by the U.J.A. from local Federations. But for the
realization that the huge sums continue to roll in
because of the mighty pull of Eretz Israel, the charity
boys would raise the issue of favoring "oversea"
causes at the expense of local and national institu-
tions. Incidentally, has any one ever heard a genu-
ine Zionist refer to Israel or Zion as overseas? Does-
n't the term connote a subconscious bias?
CHARITY VERSUS DISCORDS
The advocates of philanthropy are racking their
brains how to recapture the preference status in
welfare funds for American institutions as against
Israeli needs. For the past two years, underground
propaganda has been playing up the necessity of
building a vigorous Judaism in the U.S.A. Whisp-
ering attempts to shift emphasis from Israel to the
American community can be heard from Boston to
Los Angeles, from Chicago to Miami. So far Zionists
have successfully blocked any sizeable reductions
to the U.J.A. The dire peril of Jews in Moslem
countries and impending persecution behind the
Iron Curtain discourage any open onslaught upon
large scale aid to Israel.
The lukewarm about the Jewish state and those
who nurse a grudge ss to the privileged place of the
U.J.A. in the Federations would naturally be hostile
to the Bond Drive. Yet they have no way of pro-
testing since the bonds are interest paying inv
ments, and outside the purview of the Federati
But yiey can register their disapproval by refusing
to purchase and to cooperate in the selling campaign
: Israel's securities.
ZIONIST DEVOTION
Before the formation of the State Israel, the
anti-Zionists scoffed at the multiplicity of funds in
the Zionist setup. But tne Zionist took in his st
the National Fund, the Youth Aliyah, the Keten
Hayesod, the Hadassr.h Hospital, the Hebrew Uni-
versity. The results are visible today in the teeming
land between the Jordon, the Red Sea, and the Medi-
terranean. To the true Zionist there can ce no con-
flict between the U.J.A. and the bond sales. Like
our Federal and State governments, each is supreme
in its own sphere.
BOND PURCHASERS ARE ZIONISTS
In the Bond Drive so far. the palm goes to the
little people. More than half of the $700,000 bends
sold in Greater Miami were absorbed by small in-
vestors. It is inspiring to see men and women, es-
pecially the Zionist women, sweltering throughout
the excessive summer neat, bringing money and
checks daily to the Bond office in the Congress
Building. Obviously workers and purchasers under-
stand the desperate economic need of the people in
Israel, sharing their slice of bread with the 700.000
exiles who came in to help build their homeland.
Some large purchasers have acquitted themselves
honorably. Others have not. The record will no
doubt disclose that believers in Zion respond to
every call of Israel. But there are Jews in comfort-
able circumstances who refuse to buy Israeli Bonds.
Some may even pretend a spurious Zionism.-'Actu-
ally they are the anti or non Zionists who have open-
ly opposed, and still secretly resent, the idea cf a
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although this invitation might
alienate Arab states which will
also be asked to join, it was in-
dicated in government circles
here last week.
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ance, Israel would co-operate
under a British commandwith
the Arab states, Turkey and
Greece to protect the Eastern
Mediterranean, it was stated. Dis-
cussions to this effect have ap-
parently already taken place in
Tel Aviv between U.S. Ambassa-
dor Monnet B. Davis and Israel
Premier David Ben Gurion.
The State Department seems
determined to protect Israel's in-
terest in whatever arrangements
the Western Powers may reach
with Egypt which has been in-
vited to become one of the found-
ing members of a Near Eastern
defense organization, it was
learned here. This point of view
was conveyed to the Israel Gov-
ernment by Ambassador Davis
when he visited Israel's Foreign
Office last week-end.
At the present moment, the
United States and Britain enter-
tain the hope that they will suc-
ceed in bring Egypt and Israel
into an agreement. Continued
Egyptian intransigeance would
meet with stern measures from
Washington, it is believed here.
However, British circles are less
confident of the possibility of
bringing Egypt and Israel to-
gether, although it is understood
here that the British Minister in
Tel Aviv indicated that Britain
is prepared to make strong efforts
to bring about an Arab-Israeli
peace.
Premier David Ben Gurion
and American Ambassador Mon-
net B. Davis met in Tel Aviv to
discuss the Middle East Defense
situation at the request of the
United States envoy. Although
the actual details of the conver-
sation were not revealed, it was
stated in circles close to the
American Embassy that the Am-
bassador told the Premier that
the tri-partite declaration of May,
1950, remains the basis of the
Western Powers policy toward
the Middle East. The US diplo-
mat explained the the US-Brit-
ish-French declaration offers Is-
rael an adequate safeguard a-
gainst agression in that the West-
ern Powers guarantee the borders
of the Near East states against
invasion by any country. It is
believed that the Israeli Premier
stressed to Ambassador Davis
that the Western Powers should
bring pressure to bear in the Ar-
ab capitals for the conclusioin of
peace treaties with the Jewish
state.
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join a Mediterranean defense
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FTODAY.
OCTOBER
EDITORIAL
3.1
A Hcalthv i onflii i
Reports :cm _-.r rr:~ ls:;e! rec Prentier Ben Sorioa boa attempted :c defend r_s
r zrz.z z: party = ~re:s bo! those wbc see
predict for Israel a ire
L> E-.-..-.. Neumann American Z iocisl lead-
er -.-. strong
cr.r~.ecy .-. leaders hove been
s oj
3 h.-
- e 5
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-
cul-
Senerol
rare ::: their
~"- be Ktuae leei :;:
= -' '- :.z:. in
polincal situation j- a product :: manifold
:..:.s:.:.z Out -: .-= of many
-.1..-.--...-; must come -.- vigorous phalanx for Is-
- future .-. docile facade and lad! r-rree-
'''-'--" index docility _= the .-.eec to
be led Conflict raeh cm appecra ..-. hrael today
-s the result 3d its ~.-;zer_= ~es :e -c ezrress (heiz
op-j-^onj and it a indicative oi the fad thai theee
~tizena pri]] not be led without oral speaking
American iewr* s leaden who see c artafti
--.. -v .-.. 31 this Bomenl bare only \o look back
-- their own country'i bee..-.-.-73 Its constitution
represent] the product -: areal cotnpromiM be-
tween various elements and inlsrasts all ol whoa
wished -. speak then mmds lurthermore -he
-~~' *ory an filled with inadenfe
'OWD JEWISH 'COHFRErW-f

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IS IT JUST A SCRAP OF PAPER?
thai record r.e inability to compromise.
Let these leaders, in rum. then look at the
zoc-.'.e er.ds c: msr.y European cultures that have
fallen over the years by the wayside beccuse of
satisfaction that resulted in silence. Then it will
become apparent that Prime Minister Ben Gur-
iOtt's siruction at this point may not be a comfort-
able one but that it is a heclthy one. Out of his
discomfort can come no satisfaction; out of his
c:sccrr.icrt will come a healthy struggle of many
men s ideals and their will to be seii-governed.
Welcome .. .
The Greater Micm: Area -* ^L
Israels Amoassador Ace; Ebcj *
November 11th. CMnm -.: sura*-/ J
proud 0: the honor bes-.-,. 7"'e "*
jovial d.piomst's v. '"~ :?|
Arr.hcsscdor Eho- :;-,,. H
political rungs wn -.-. .-.. "::
mis crests to his bardine **J
Dona :- lbs world 1 most pc-veiu --T
:::: ':.r h.s portio! -.
tar.- ccverr.mer.t .-.as not _
' *
-.-.9 r..s vc.ee beard and
and at UK DBeartngs I
Ufa =::e=:s kg Ebon politic;
A completer porfrail
mentton dm ser.s.v.
new Jewish State he rec:
rjoquanfled '-- the tomu
recent United Nations i
cra.nmg of the Hulefa rec.:.-. -.5r. -~. \
cere efforts were mace 5 -.::.-:=. ;
lecgue and when mu Jemi
cgreed that such efiorts were EnotnedeM
secret, selhsh aspirations. I: .= ...-.[ caui
the Ambassador sabsequently tainted "-'
rtdors so weakened was he by :venrhea3
rescwnsible accusations against tbi l^J
loves. Men of this chcccre: z:e iew g
power spheres.
We welcome Abba Dxm with wamaj
hearts. May we. however hurr.biv s;aj
converse of our originci prcccsitor.: Wei
sume to consider that the A-ccssador!
also represents a tribute to the Greater I
Area. It has come of cae. Its efforts ?oB_
and socially have been recognised. '.: m
longer be seen a dormer.: haven ucrwa
responsibility when such c::!:- c:s oi Ash
dor Eban's stature come into .".s midst:: 1
pate in an important functicn
Israel's Coalition Cabinet Receives Stringent Criticisi
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Maps -
Bn Cttrion Spiaks
""' defended
lil

K
.. y
tOJ i
I
tie!
11 that it
ictm -.
Zionist
tion the P
if the in I
He chai the
final reason for th<- Gem /
. enU
that it wanted t',
the Orthodox parties, to which
the Mapaj would not agree.
':'.' xpressed gratification t:.at
toward the end of the negotia-
tions the centrists had reduced
-

-
k tor tl
iged
and prevented
I -rxing a
__ Zionist Views
Zionist

1 1 and
Dr Emar.uel Keiunann a
'dent of 1 Zionist
' n f Amen
eptkm foi
ei
' W rid 2
that H rould
N
- 1
Zionist
I
ilure
n, in-
the Gen ral Zionist
1 litical
-a)d.
Doctor 1 at the
' -' that he
' ially in his cap
it y as a n
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1 n ca-

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Dr
lent I the
..../ 1 Orgai tion of An
H that the 1
htion not
har-
' '-' J< but
" ; h the
tion, on the
U: ann."
lral Endangered
n Government
- is endangering the J< ..
at its depend-
ence for parliamentary majority
the Knesset.
Li '.'' Ifson, Ch
! S n 11 .: I :.-
Zi '. nisti :' America.
' '' arged
that: "tl f the new
Mapai
" : "' is Bloc
appn .ension
I Z:on-
'.' rd< r I main-
tion in the Kn< -
iliti .n parties
' 60 votes out of
;- the 1 .::- m ....:!
I depend on the support of
the I deputies allied to
This offers the Arab pol-
iticians an opportunity to have a
perhaps 1 ven a de-
e in the internal and
.- of Israel. The
..ch a pol-
" ized by tv-
nprehends how
hatred of the
that strive t weaken,
' the state of
k to utilize
I raeli Arabs as a Fifth Col-
to annihilate the
Si
pai's clamor for rule in Is-
rael, although ... a minor-
|ty part jved in the
Is eli tions a men- 37'; of the
ading the countrv
from one crisis to another The
political and economic appetites
of the Mapai-Histadrut institu-
and their leaders are re-
1 ible for the inability to form
stabli government of national
concentration, with the inclusion
01 ail national, patriotic political
forces of Israel Wolfson stated.
Cabinet Meets
Amidst reports of damaging
rains throughout the countrv
particularly in the immigrant
of the north. Is-
ibinet plunged into
wing the coun-
ting on redistribu-
functioi ireral of the
rrunisti le
pd supply was t^ken from
inistrv of Agriculture and
placed in the hands of the Min-
of Trade and Industry.
Minister Dov Joseph re-
ported to the cabinet on the food
-nd raw materials situation after
which a four-man commission
Sf1,,"' Joseph. Finance
Minister Ehezer Kaplan. Dr. Per-
etz Naftali. Minister without reap) I
Portfolio and head of economic for thi
coordir and Minister of people whs
Communications Dov Zvi Pm-
chas was named to study the sup-
ply problem and report back to
the cabinet. Functions of the
Ministry of Immigration, which
has been dissolved, were assign-
ed to the Ministries of Interior.
Justice and Foreign Affairs.
The Cabinet voted to construct
wooden huts in the maabarot for
'00 people now living in tents.
with priority for those in iso-
lated points and who spent last
winter in tents The Jewish Ag-
encv will act as contractor for
the project, ar.d the buts will
come mainly from Sweden and
Austria. The cabinet also approv-
ed designation of Rabbi Kalman
Kahane, of the Agudath Israel
Workers as Deputy Minister of
Education, and of J Efrati as
Deputy Minister of Agriculture
:
He
pointed "at I

above :rp:/
I
Front
I sinci
will yet pn ::A
iz:ng thi :
the hour, they will mbh
to procla:: -
coalition i: _
The world Mizracfci kaM
undertake a -I
J. wish '.--- -fv*l
explain
stand '
25 YEARS AGO TODAY
ATHENS
ssHMj wnmnri ui nincumire. terrr.^^.
Prior to the meeting, the cab- Jewish ;.
Pt viitoH ProcH^nt' Phaim IUC Of G Vr.
by General
visited President Chaim
Weizmann at the King David Ho-
ti to pay respects to the head of
-
Latest Hints
A broad hint that the Mapai and
the religious parties had learned
from "the mistakes which were
made in the past" and would do
a better job of compromise to
hold together the new Israel co-
alition Government came this
week from a top world Mizrachi
official.
Leon Gellman. chairman of
the world Mizrachi Executive,
made his comment on his arrival
here from Israel for the 31st an-
nual convention of the Mizrachi
Organization of America which
will be held in Atlantic City No-
vember 14th through 18th.
1 Gellman sharplv criticized the
Israeli General Zionists for fail-
ure to join the new coalition ca-
I "The struggles during the
last coalition were over religious
principles, education and eco-
nomic policy." said Gellman who
1 rved the American Mizrachi for
13 consecutive terms as president
was elevated to his
tent position
We have reason to believe that
the mistakes which were made
in the past and which resulted in
these struggles will be alleviated
1 in the future and that we will
-'
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ttuuti's Diary
xliqhtH Policy
IyORK (WNS) James
late Secretary of De-
\ the portion of his diary
with the government's
> policv during the days
Hed Nations debated the
|thr Holy Land, charged
locratic Party policy had
X bv the size of Jew-
Ubutions to the campaign
1 ts whom he accus-
hlacing Israel's interests
he- security of the United
Iptcnber 4. 1947, he made
t, at Postmaster Han-
b,';i raised the question
I .1 Truman with re-
ing a statement a-
lc proposed admission of
I to Israel. Hannegan,
Jig to the entry, told the
nt that while he didn't
for a decision such
jidit "would have a very
r ce and great effect
/raising of funds for the
ftltii National Committee."
larv further shows that
II told the President that
larks on Israel the year
did not have the antici-
Tffect on the New York
ktal also noted Jewish dis-
Kion with American at-
|t(, secure support for the
partition resolution be-
I'.N. General Assembly,
8 it was "precisely what
Ite Department wanted to
thai we had gone a long
kited, in supporting par-
fcnd that proselyting for
fed support would add to'
lady serious alienation of
good will."
Hadassah Meets
For Regional Talk
In Daytona Beach
Mrs. S. H. Leslie of Miami
Beach, Regional Conference co-
ordinator and Program chairman
for the Florida Region of Hadas-
sah Conference to be held in
Daytona Beach on November
10th through 12th, and former
president of the Southern and
Southeastern Regions of Hadas-
sah, announces that prominent
features of the Conference will
)avid PTA
ith David FTA will hold
hi ei ting on Monday ev-
V the home of Mrs. Ed
It 2500 S.W. 21st Terrace.
[he
irtest
ly to
>ell
ISHER
is ...
Senerchia Enters
Commission Contest
Chelsie J. Senerchia, former
city manager, this week, opened
a spirited campaign tor election
to the Miami City Commission
in the balloting of November
20th. his supporters have indicat-
ed.
The candidate's kick-off rally
was held at Little River Park
Thursday evening and was at-
tended bv hundreds of his friends
and political supporters. The
meeting was the first of a dozen
planned by the candidate to ac-
quaint voters with his stand on
municipal issues.
Ceremonies marking the open-
ing of Allapattah headquarters
for Senerchia will be held from
4 to 7 p.m., tomorrow. They
will be located at the corner of I
36th Street and N.W. 17th Aven-
ue. On Tuesday afternoon the I
candidate opened headquarters :
for the Southwest section of the I
city at 3033 Coral Way.
Gables Zionists
Choose Chairmen
The season's first Board Meet- I
ing of the Coral Gables Zionist i
District was held recently at the ;
home of its president, Norman R.
Lyons. The following committee I
chairmen were appointed:
Membership and Bonds, Oscar
Lelchuk; Education, Daniel Na-
vitt and Dr. Kitzen; Youth Com-
mission, Mrs. Gloria Gravitt;
Jewish National Fund, Mrs. M.
Mitnick; Program, Mrs. M. Simon
and Mrs. N. Lyons; Telephone,
Mrs. S. Sanders.
Mr. Lyons announced that the
group's first general meeting will
be held on Thursday, November
1st, at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
South Florida B'nai B'rith leaders extend cooperation of thsir
2,400 members in the current Civil Defense Volunteer Program in
Dade County. Shown submitting more than 700 volunteers' names
to H. H. Hyman. Dade County Civil Defense Chairman (center),
are B'nai B'rith Chairman. Col. Michael M. Isenberg (left) and
Judge Sam I. Silver. B'nai B'rith Council President.
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
Congregation will meet on Mon-
day, October 29th, for a combin-
ed business meeting and post-
Sukkoth package party. Mrs.
Rachel Katz, president, announc-
ed.
Plans for the Fall season will
be formulated.
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include The Israeli Fashion Show
of 1952, which is scheduled to be
presented for the first time in the
south at its opening session.
Major addresses by Mrs. L. J.
McCaffrey, Miami secretary of
the General Federation of Wom-
en's Clubs who recently returned
from a trip to Israel, and by Mrs.
Raphael Tourover, Hadassah's
representative t o Washington
who is a Conference advisor, are
also scheduled. Other local per-
sonalities participating will be
Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Miami
Beach, president of the Confer-
ence of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations of South Florida, and I.
R. Goodman, chairman of the
American Zionist Council of |
South Florida.
Mrs. Murray Grossman of Mi-
ami, president of Hadassah's
Florida Region, will bring her
report of the 23rd World Zionist
Congress which she attended in
Jerusalem recently.
Mrs. Leslie reports that reser-
vations at Daytona Beach's Prin-
cess Issena Hotel presage the
largest Florida contingent ever
to attend a Regional Conference.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, president
of the Greater Miami Chapter,
will lead a large delegation from
this area.
Apartment House Sale
The law offices of Stephen F.
Kessler, Miami attorney, report
the sale of a 12-unit apartment
house located at 221-223-225 Za-
mora Avenue, Coral Gables, by
Louis and Ruth Pitelnic. Robert
F. Bickel made the purchase for
the sum of $105,000.
Stephen F. Kessler represent-
ed the sellers and Richard H.
Shaddick, the participating brok-
er. George L. Patterson was Mr.
Bickel's attorney.
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Donn Sees Racing High
A successful winter season in
Florida racing is the prophesy of |
James Donn, president of the ]
Gulfstream Park Racing Associa-
tion, following a recent tour he
made of the Eastern turf. After
talking with owners.. trainers, ':
track officials and patrons. Donn
has returned to his desk, opti- ,
mistic that new attendance and
wagering records lie immediately
ahead for all three Miami race .
courses.
"Florida's turf season has been
extensively lengthened since the \
revival of the sport at Gulfstream
Park," Donn said, "and indica-
tions are that more and more of j
the better stables will remain on
in Florida this year to carry the
season over into a once undream-
ed of April."
German Leaders
Restate Adenauer
Reparation Stand
FRANKFURT (JTA) Ger-
man authorities indicated here
during the week-end that the
statement made by Chancellor
Konrad Audenaure before the
West German Parliament offer-
ing restitution to Jews for Nazi
crimes should not be interpreted
to mean that Germany is ready
to make financial payment im-
mediately. They pointed out that
Dr. Audenauer distinctly said in
his statement that the offer to
negotiate a settlement would be
limited to "Germany's ability to
pay."
Addressing a meeting here of
the Council of Christians and
Jews. Prof. Franz Bohem, former
rector of Frankfurt University,
said that German-Jewish rap-
porchement has yet to stand its
first test. "Declarations like the
one made by Chancellor Aden-
auer prove very little in them-
selves." he stated. They can on-
ly be looked upon as "a regret-
fully small start" in the efforts
of the West German Government
to lay the foundation for con-
ciliation between Germans and
Jews.
(The New York Times reports
from Bonn that one of the im-
portant factors which led Dr. Ad-
enauer to make his statement of-
fering restitution to Jews was his
desire to be invited to the Unit-
ed States. "The success of an
Adenauer visit to the United
States would depend in a large
measure on the attitude of Jew-
ish groups toward him, German
officials believe," the report
said.)
FOR CITY
COMMISSIONER
ELECT
CHELSIE J.
SENERCHIA
A MAN with a PLAN
(A Blueprint For
Miami.s Future)
Primary Nov. 20
(Pal l Political A'lv i
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Phone 48-0346
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Make your parties and functions desirable and satisfying
by serving KOSHER ZION delicatessen products to your
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Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest KashrutM
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HELEN ALPERT
JEWISH CULTURAL CENTER:
Erery row and then, the light of pure inspiration shines bril-
liantly here .
"You shouldn't mention my name, hut you shouldn't forget
th others" is how earnest Maurice Carroll painted the living pic-
ture of members at work, with their own hands earring out a
[ Jewish Cultural Center for us. Carroll is the building's man-
ager The building is that handsome fresh structure on Lenox
Ave. between 4lh and 5th non-profit $5 dues) designed
solely to enrich your life with good music, drama, and things for
ysur mind and spirit.
It! Board I Dire lent Jack X rvik ff
Lippman, Platt Say
Vows At Sans Souci
The wedding of their daughter.
Judith Lois, to Mr. Leor.ard Platt.
een announced by Mr. and
Mrs Morris J L:ppman. 400 West
End Avenue. Xew York City.
The ceremony was performed
last October 14th. at the Sans
. lce-pre-
H ..-. Davis, record:r.~ secre-
kiatthevj Sataui Carroll ai Finai al secre-
: the B i Morns R hinsky Sain Klezmer,
Uoff and 1 son
Well, as you remember, not long ago I mentioned the beautiful
music floating around Jefferson Are. from the Ratskins' house.
P.ano-accompanimenl was what Carroll needed one evening, so
.-.e reached out of his back door and p!ucar*d up Mimi Retskin.
Luckily for him. she's a polished accompanist who studied with
a string of long Russ:ar. names.
i could say Stravini
".-..: Miami EV
Retski piano soloist in the tra-
. and the 10
f Leon H : :-: Louis
': Fix A- Ha Pat Ethel Kissel Oscar Adler.
E
For the vi .- i had J Freeman nd Herbert Brom-
Leonard's pop). Charles Magda.
" Held and Frar.rc Henmg ex-
'- K :-..: ell Broughman have their oass
' i Goldring on the flues. .
r '' '' Trom ne, H Wilson and Isador
Dr-t L :-. ischman d told you
tint name led t nother
On Wednesday nights, the symphonette rehearses in the wide
hall cf the new Jewish Cultural Center which is proudly
p;r.sorincr them. Their business representatives are Harry Flaum
a.-.d Harold Ratskin And famed Daniel Breeskin is their direc-
toi.
And the moral of this is: Just look what can happen when
yc-_ .-each out of your door!
FAST AND QUICK:
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'.
' '' h the
Munsel ert Her ther had incurred a slight
INTERESGUE: The Louis J Goldens.
Emers m Ave and now are taking
' I i '..ng each er*S
'' Ki Kit KeaU
- -" rood Jewish Center.
the tre Louis
..'.".' together
" nstruction in Fort Lauder-
f Washington. ]
rid ; i T appointed
' War
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CN TOUR
Govern | teria
1- aku with his
' Alma is producer-
" : rding ai ti :. ...
producer
loved
i representative, vou
" : Bai m as fellas
' red back.
'ill and a way an the
I ... Their i .vest neighbors are
' "" 1 A! rah im AJfin
FINE STUFF:
, .-" from PI Bea'a doing
thai mo .....' I al think it
this Jack SOUK COMMENTS are
i quence of the
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in over bj 0n a
add insult | me Iat
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hoot. He'd en stationed to
the. all from the depths of
n I am ...... -.er r will
got too. I was n| nothing
' -' v.v face (which I don't can
But then 1 J given me S
; what h.
nea ">d : will Tell All in due time On
(^jfirdine's
jur^/usu "Sii/i
COMING NEXT WEEK!
the one event nil South
M-'iorid4i units for I
' wateh tor Hurdine'tt biggest
news of the yenr... next week!
Miss Ruth Schitv
Neilinger, Schwartj
To Wed Dec. 99
Mrs. Leonard Platt
I Souci Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cer.-
ter. officiated. The bride wore a
ballerina length gown of white
chantilly lace with sweetheart
neckline. Her fingertip illusion
veil was capped by lace flower
and a seed pearl crown. Her
bouquet was of white orchids
and lilly of the valley Tre mat-
ron of honor, Mrs. Herbert Lipp-
man of New York City, wore
lace over white taffeta and
earned California rainbow as-
ters.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Platt. 1020 Venetian Way.
Miami Beach, had as his best
man Samuel Lerner of Miami
Beach. A hotel builder. Mr. Platt
is now actively engaged in con-
struction of the new Del Prado.
He is a graduate of- Ohio State
University and served with the
Navy during World War II. His
bride attended Syracuse Univer-
sity and the Art Student's
League.
A reception and dinner follow-
ed the ceremony at the Sans
Souci Hotel. Out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lipp-
man. Mr Jules Lippman and Mr.
Leonard Salzburg, all of New
York City.
The couple is now honevmoon-
ing at the El Rancho in Haiti
and the Tower Isle in Jamaica.
Thev will soon be at home in
their permanent residence. 2031
Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach.
Miss Phyllis B. Macht
Miss Macht Engaged
To S. James Cohen
Mrs. Alex Robert Gould. 345
West 47th Street. Miami Beach.
and Emanuel Macht of Washing-
ton. DC, have announced the
engagement of their daughter,,
Phyllis Bette, to Mr. S. James
Cohen.
Miss Macht attended Randolph-
Macon Women's College and is
a junior in the University of Mi-
ami at presert. The bridegroom,
son of Mr. and Mrs George M.
Cohen, 1612 Pennsylvania Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, attended
schools in Hartford. Connecticut,
the University of Florida ar.d
Boston University's School of'
Law. At present, he is a senior at
the University of Miami Law
School.
Mr. and Mr- :. ? .J
New York Ci*-. uncetfcj
gagement of ightcr.fl
Ruth Schwartz 410 svr |
Terrace. Mian Mr Htrgu
Neilinger.
The b r i d | atttJ
schools in New Yoik City of
a member of Miami Bea
sada and the C >ral Gables Ya
Adults. He: : i
and Mrs David Neilinger,
Meridian Avenue, Miami
is a graduate L'niverssfJ
Miami.
The wedding .
December 29th
Pythian Sisters
Roosevelt Temp! No. 33.1
ian Sisters, wi rats'
loween on Octobe: 31st, tj
at 500 Southwest :"th At
Chairman foi t ie affai
B Dor.r.erstein
Heheeea Bast Weds
Insurance Broker
Proprietor of the Charles Hotel
Rebecr* Bast, of 1401 Venetian
Way. Miami Beach, was married
last August 19th to Mr. Aaron
Zomick. Chicago, an insurance
broker in that city.
Among those present at the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. L-
Lashner, also proprietors of the
Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. B.
Zomick, parents of the groom.
The newlywed couple is now re-
siding In the Charles renthouse.
Going Formal? j
10
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Fjrmjl Wlir
tnat it freshly
cleaned, smartly
styled, properly
fitted.
Complete outfits
including shoes.
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HDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1951
vJenistflcridliair
Personally Speaking
Mr. Paul Goldsmith has just returned from a four month
ojourn in Israel. While there, he visited with relatives in
aifa and Tel Aviv. He also visited many famous sites in
Vusalem and Jaffa. He spent two weeks on a kibbutz with
'g granddaughter, Miss Dolores Chemoff, who was on tour
, Israel for six weeks with a group of young ludaeans from
arious parts of the United States. Mr. Goldsmith resides with
I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chernoff
1601 S.W. 23rd Avenue.
* *
The former Joan Cohen and her husband, Mr. Mai Kass,
Led in Brooklyn, New York, last October 13th, are now honey-
hooning at the Ritz Towers, Miami Beach, and visiting with
heir friend, Mrs. Frieda Rappaport of 1136 S.W. Sth Street
* *
Returned from a two-month vacation spent in the North
lith relatives and friends is Gus Trau of 4574 Nautilus Drive,
fliami Beach.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Collegeman, 1533 Jefferson Avenue,
Bia.-ni Beach, have announced the birth of their granddaughter!
bet Linda, in New York City last September 13th. The parents
ie Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Liebman of 342 Jefferson Avenue,
liami Beach, have made their temporary home with their
kldren. They will reside for a short time at 1526 Wildwood
Ivenue, Camden, New Jersey.
* *
A sen. Mark Alan, was born to Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
[bow of 901 West 4oth Street, Miami Beach, last October 21st.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Meltz, 250 South West 10th Street, an-
)unce the birth of their son, Scott Irwin, who arrived on Octob-
13th. at Mt. Sinai Hospital. The Bris was performed on Oc-
Iber 25th by Rabbi S. M. Machtai. Scott's grandparents are
Ir. and Mrs. David W. Meltz of Miami Beach. His maternal
kandfather is Mr. Louis Goodfriend of New York City
* *
Mrs. Celia Levin and her mother, Mrs. Sarah Bobah Alber,
U South West 14th Avenue, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
ivid H. Levin from Chicago. The Levins, who are stopping
the Sans Souci Hotel, are the daughter-in-law and son of
rs. Levin. They held open house last Simchas Torah night.
PAGE 7 A
Ross Shower Held;
To Be Wed Dee. 2nd
Miss Rita Ross was honored
recently at a miscellaneous show-
er given by the Misses Jackie
Roder and Joyce Schneidman at
the home of Mrs. Sol Ross, 925
Altara Avenue, Coral Gables.
The bride-elect, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross of
Coconut Grove, received many
gifts including a full line of
kitchen equipment and lingerie
essentials. She is engaged to be
married to Mr. Marvin Schoen-
berg of Atlanta, Georgia. The
wedding will take place in the
Philhs Kapp Studio, Coral Gab-
les, on December 2nd.
Allan I aiilt i To
It*' liar Mitzvah
Allan Charles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Laufer of 2121 South-
west 21st Street, will become
Bar-Mitzvah at the Beth David
I
Local Observance
Of Jewish Book
Month Planned
Plans for local observance of
National Jewish Book Month, to
be celebrated from November
23rd through December 23rd,
have been formulated by the
Jewish Book Council of Greater
Miami.
Dr. Max A. Lipkind, newly
elected chairman of the Book
Council, has announced a five-
point program. The Radio Com-
mittee headed by Joseph Duntov
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, will bring
to the air programs concerning
Jewish books in English and Yid-
dish. The Exhibit Committee,
chaired by Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
will set up extensive exhibits of
Jewish books both in the Miami
and Miami Beach Public libraries
and will form a travelling exhibit
for use by Jewish organizations.
The Book Review Committee,
headed by Morris Honigbaum, is
forming a speakers group to re-
view books at the request of
Jewish organizations during Jew-
ish Book Month: lists of books
and reviewers will be supplied
to applying program chairmen.
The Forum committee, chaired
by Ehiel Lesowoder, will organ-
ize community meetings to focus
attention on the importance of
Jewish books, one such meeting
tentatively set for November 25th
to initiate local bservance of
Jewish Book Month.
Publicity and clearance for all
Committee activities will be
handled through the Bureau of
Jewish Education with Louis
Schwartzman, executive director,
as publicity chairman. All Jew-
ish schools will join in the Book
celebration, in their classes and
assemblies. A special Bulletin is
also being distributed bv the
Bureau outlining possible ap-
proaches.
President Accepts Chair
Of Christians And Jews
Unless free people work to-
gether as a team, there will be
no lasting peace. President Tru-
man declared in accepting the
honorary chairmanship of Broth-
erhood Week which will be ob-
served next February 17th
through 24th under the sponsor-
ship of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
The President's letter of ac-
ceptance was recently released
by Eric Johnston, who for the
second successive year is serving
as general chairman of Brother-
hood Week. Mr. Truman further
warned that "until the world ac-
cepts the principle of the Broth-
erhood of Man under the Father-
hood ol God, it will be compelled
to live under a day-in day-out
alert with the dread of deadly
explosives always imminent."
Recalling that it is the third
time within three decades that
"we have been called upon" to
make certain that tyranny will
not be permitted to overrun the
world," the President's letter to
Mr. Johnston stressed that "we
are resolved to do everything
within our power to show our po-
tential enemies that it would be
unwise to engage in a protracted
struggle against a free world."
Allan C. Laufer
Congregation, tomorrow morning,
at 9 a.m. A Kiddush Reception
will follow the services.
Allan Charles is a student at
the Shenandoah Junior High
School and has been attending
Beth David Religious Schools for
the past eight years. Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Blumenson of Brooklyn,
New York, the Bar-Mitzvah's
aunt and uncle, will be present.
Beach Junior Hadassah
The Miami Beach unit of Jun-
ior Hadassah held elections yes-
terday at the home of Miss Jane
Zeeman, 1005 Meridian Avenue,
Miami Beach. Miss Shirley Ger-
stein, temporary chairman of the
group, presided.
Also discussed, were aspects of
the recent Holidays, Miss Annette
Melich reporting. The Misses
Jane Zeeman and Helga Baum
then highlighted an analysis of
current events.
RESERVE NOW
EUROPE
IN 1952
FARR
Travel Service
2315 Collins Avenue
Phone 5-5327
6638 Collins Avenue
Phone 86-1472
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FASHION SHOW. DESSERT
AND CARD PARTY
Benefit Cerebral Palsy
C'inic and Cardiac Home
Saturday. October 27, 12:30
Biicaync Terrace Hotel
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae
PUMPKIN DANCE
Sunday, October 28. 9 p.m.
Sea Gull Hotel
Miami Unit
Junior Hadassah

DEVOTED WIVES AGREE
Husbands Who Like Good Coffee
Deserve Maxwell House
t

I Scene from Three's A Family, presented by the Theater
kuiid ot the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Shown above are Manny
far&"'JffVArlen* Ro*en and Evelyn Rubin portraying Mr. and Mrs.
fam WhiJsker and spirster sister. Irma. Produced by Bob Bren-
Vn play wil1 bt Performed on October 27th through 30th.
"> p.m.. at the University of Miami's Box Theater.
"My husband gets so much pleasure from Maxwell House
Coffee, I just won't serve anything else. Yes, I've tried
other brands, even some of the instants. But there simply
s no substitute for the wonderful flavor richness of
Maxwell House Coffee."
H|l MRS. CLAKA MEPNEK, SSO Adub.n Avik.i. N.w York City
2 7 STORY
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WAREHOUSES
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WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM
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THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA
Yes wives of true coffee lovers
have found out there's one coffee thac
really hits the spot with the man of
the house. Maxwell House Coffee and
only Maxwell House Coffee-has the rich,
hearty Good to the Last Drop"
flavor men prefer That's why so
magy wives agree, when there's
so much more pleasure in a cup of
this famous coffee, it's just poor
economy to serve anything else.
More leu ish people buy and enioy
Maxu ell Home than any other
brand ol coffee
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3IPAY, OCTOBER 26. 1951
x-Grand Mufti
leplores Israel;
Predicts Struggle
W A S H I N GTON (AJP)
guards stationed at every win-
|n\v In his swank 16-room villa
L;ir Cairo, the notorious ex-
rand Mufti of Jerusalem, an in-
luted war criminal and spcar-
l,i of the anti-Israel movement
the Arab states, told an Ameri-
n newsman recently that the
Western Powers must abandon
I of Israel as the price of
i hip with Islam.
erstwhile Grand Mufti's
itorview with Charles Holtz, Jr..
t ill lhe editors of U.S. News
I World Report, was the first
ted a Western newsman bj
fa An in el-Husseini since 1948.
eplaining the large number of
i i i guards surrounding the
arded Hitler collaborator,
reman wrote, "the Grand
Mi knows he has many en-
h. ex-Mufti, in the course of
interview, lashed out against
e aggression of world Jewry"
lilding Israel and demand-
that the Western Powers main-
kin strut neutrality in the Pales-
ii dispute. "This is a struggle
the defense of the Moslem and
li worlds against the aggres-
;m of world Jewry," said the
Mufti. "The Arab and Moslem
Itilude in the future will be de-
[ri.ined by your attitude toward
in the future."
|Asked by the editor what could
done in the Arab portions of
estine, the Gaza strip occupied
Egyptian troops and areas
iinsoned by Trans-Jordan le-
Dnaires, the ex-Mufti brushed
Bi(i< the query. "The area you
kntion," he replied, "are but
lacments of a country. I do not
]rsider the problem of Palestine
ushed. I cannot talk about
|cse tragments for the refugees
these areas. It's not proper to
Insider a solution by pieces. The
button must be an over-all solu-
Dn."
I Tin ex-Mufti claimed that
inmunism was "hateful to me,"
-aid the Arab states were
frilling to turn toward the devil"
fr aid. if need be, and asked
mat have we to lose?"
[Asked whether he was pre-
the ex-Mufti, who directed
propaganda during World
II and assisted Hitler in di-
f' the mass extermination
'P|)ed European Jewery, an-
in the negative.
Gardnar Multog
Bids For Opening
On Commission
Gardnar Mulloy, Miami attorn-
ey, businessman and internation-
ally famed tennis star, will be a
candidate for the City Commis-
+Jeistinr>rlf&*n
PAGE 9 A
Brenner To Address
Joint Conference
On Maclver Report
Mortimer Brenner, NCRAC
leader, was featured speaker
at the Maclver Report Session
held by a Joint Regional Con-
ference of the Southeastern and
Southwestern States of the Coun-
jj ,,of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds held in Memphis
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr Brenner, wno nas been
closely identified with commun-
ity relations activities in the lo-
cal Brooklyn Jewish Community
Council, presented a factual
account of the Maclver Report
On Community Relations Agen-
' and the implications of this
report for local communities.
The opening session featured a
presentation by Philip Bernstein,
associate director of the CJFWF
on the subject The Federation
Looks At Its Total Responsi' ili-
tles, The Conference closed with
a presentation by Isaac Heller of
New Orleans on Community Re-
sponsibility For Local Services.
He: In it Kohn, Joint Program
chairman, stated. "This was an
action conference where our com-
munities was afforded an oppor-
tunity to discuss together and
take joint action on their com-
mon problems."
Davis Campaign
Campaign activities of the Wil-
liam P. Davis Election Commit-
tee are in full swing at 127 N.E.
1st Avenue, according to Don
Ross, campaign manager for Wil-
liam P. "Bill" Davis.
Davis, a Miamian for 26 years,
is former head of the Civil Serv-
ice Board and an active worker
in veteran and civic groups. Dur-
ing his seven year tenure as head
of the civil service board, such
civic improvements as the classi-
fication of pay plan, probst rat-
# n I nil Swing
ing system, credit control plan.
5-day week and accumulative
sick leave and other noteworthy
improvements were put into ef-
fect, his supporters state.
He is a member of the Elks,
F. & A. M., Mahi Shrine. VFW,
American Legion and National
conference of Christians and
Jews. He is also chairman of the
Selective Service Board No. 46,
and president of the Dental Lab-
oratory Owners' Association if
Greater Miami.
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Gardnar Mulloy
sion, it has been announced from
campaign headquarters recently.
Mulloy qualified to become the
24th candidate on the list for
the November 20th primary.
"It is my sincere desire to
serve my native community
this, and no other personal or
selfish reason prompts me to an-
nounce for public office", Mulloy
stated.
Top priority plank in Mulloy's
official platform will be ener-
getic action towards the com-
pletion of the sewage disposal
facilities, removal of tracks in
the downtown area and subse-
quent construction of a new rail-
way station north of the old site.
Also high on his program as com-
missioner, Mulloy stated, would
be a solution to traffic congestion
and off-street parking problems.
This program would include long
range planning for parking gar-
ages and cross-town highways.
"My wide travels in major
American cities, as well as j
through countless European
countries, has afforded me an ex-
cellent opportunity to study, first
hand, the traffic, parking and \
sewage disposal problems of oth-
er Metropolitan areas". Mulloy |
declared, "and I firmly believe i
this experience will prove in- :
valuable as a City Commission-
er. "I intend to conduct my '
campaign as an independent can-
didate, not aligned with any oth- j
cr man in the race, whether in-
cumbent or otherwise", he stated. |
Mulloy favor's well supervised
recreational facilities for the
community's youth, as a deter-
rent to juvenile delinquency and
child molestors. Prominent in
such a program would be crea-
tion of more playgrounds under
competent direction and the de-
velopment of a comprehensive
sports program. Another plank
in his platform includes wide-
spread library facilities.
Mulloy and his wife, the form-
er Madeleine Cheney, both grad-
uates of the University of Miami,
live with their two daughters, at
753 N.W. 9th Avenue.
Beach Center PTA
Mrs. Theodore Har.koff. presi-
dent of the Parent-Teachers As-
j sociation of the Miami Beach
I Jewish Center, announces that a
j Get-Acquainted Breakfast will be
, held on Wednesday, November
14th, 10:30 a.m., in the dining
room of the Center.
' Mothers of children attending
'the Center's religious Schools
have been requested to attend.
Dade Cardiac Chapter
Prizes will be presented at the
third annual Fall Gift and Card
Party to be given by the Dade
Chapter, National Children's Car-
diac Home, 8 p.m., Wednesday,
October 31st, at the Cadillac Ho-
tel. Tickets sold to members and
friends of members will consti-
tute a paid admission.
The annual event represents
one of several projects towards
the rebuilding of the Home's Ad-
ministration Building, 4250 West
Flagler Street, Miami.
Mrs. Gertrude Lachs is chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. Sylvan
Lazarus. Helping with arrange-
ments are Mrs. Charles Raab
and Mrs. Jack Brodsky.
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+Jewlsti fkridlSari
Pioneer Women
l:ie*t Officers
And Committees
The newly elected National
Board of Pioneer Women headed
by Dr. Sara Feder, president, and
Mrs. Chaya Surchin, first vice
I ;, sident and chairman of the
Board, has taken steps for an
, arty all-out elfort to assure the
fulfillment of the quota of
< 1.250.000 for the Moetzet Hap-
palot and Child Rescue Fund for
the year 1951-52. The early ap-
ii i merit of national committee
chairmen adds impetus to this
. out campaign.
Mrs. Blanche Mogil Fine 'has
II c ii appointed National Moetzet
Hapoalit chairman. In accepting
the new appointment, she direct-
. d clubs to intensify activities for
:he rapid transmission of funds.
uch cooperation she said would
assure the Moetzet Hapoalot a
.mistant influx of large sums for
its vital activities.
Other Appointments made were:
Mrs. Dunia Margulis, national
ihairman of Organization; Mrs.
Clara Petchers, membership
chairman; Mrs. Esther Tauber,
cultural chairman; Mrs. Sara
Kahn, chairman for Histadrut
(National Committee for Labor
Israel); Mrs. Bessye K. Blaufarb,
United Jewish Appeal chairman;
Mrs. Sylvia Bloom, American Af-
fairs Chairman; Mrs. Batia Niger,
chairman for Radio, News and
Views: Mrs. Chaya Ehrenreich,
Yiddish Clubs chairman; Mrs.
Sonia Shatz, Israel Supplies
PAGE 11 A
Miami Cardiac Chapter
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home met
Wednesday morning at Betty's;
R( staurant.
Mrs. Sal Ramagli, president of ^
the group, entertained the Board,
at luncheon. A social afternoon .
followed.
station WMBMhe^!!bZ Academy will present a post-Sukkoth program this Sunday, 2 p.m.. on
station WMBM The Drogram is being offered at the special request of the radio sponsors who were
K2"ilZhe" ,t.hW".P!,0dVC"dual- lte Academy auditorium Thursday evening October iSth Pic
Dii2p! Wale* ,r Wh,Ch Wi" ParticiPa! in th* mu"l- dramatic playlet. Th.
Jewish Agency Denies Any Claims
(Continued jron\_.l A)
sistance to attain membership in
the United Nations. The phrase
'diplomatic recognition,' in short,
sponsibility for huge work pro-
grams in Israel which are linked
to fund-raising and other activi-
ties abroad, should request that
the Israel Government consult
is a complete fantasy on the part
of the American Jewish Commit- w'tn 'l on matters affecting these
-hairman; Mrs. Claire A. Green-1 tee with no known relation to
wald. Dues chairman; Mrs. Nina I any known fact.
Lake Uurges Peace
Among City Officials
John Red Lake, City Commis-
sion candidate, in speeches this
week, urged "harmony" for the
city government.
Zuckcrman, American Jewish Af- "D) No
,i chairman; Mrs. Leah Wein- :iskin., {OI&y- *d2&l' sta u in
berg Education and Shulen ffl8 H^BWist'oSa"
',';'"Si Lw,a" GrCn; ^tion, through iU executive
stein. Habonim chairman: and Dodv tne jewiah Aeencv for
Rivka Bugatch, Jewish Na- ffitine fc.Snt 4-'tegTl staSs
. Fund chairman. which wiirdefint*in Writing the
A Tourist Information Arm responsibilities for Israel's im-
established to give Pioneer '. migration, absorption #nd colon-
IWomen visiting Israel first hand
nation about hotel accom-
modations and sight seeing. Mrs.
ization program whgji it has been
carrying for mor^EJJBn 50 years.
The Zionist Organization asks for
:r.a Horowitz is chairman of I no status which goes beyond
this committee. One other com- these rightful and traditional re-
ittee set up will arrange for | sponsibilities.
"c) The American Jewish Com-
the purchasing of materials for
Moetzet Hapoalot. Mrs. Eva Berg
beads this group.
mittee is again misinformedand
misinformingwhen it implies
illy, The Council of Pion-' that the Zionist Organization is
i. Women will hold a reception seeking special status outside of
t the Royal Palm Hotel on Sun- ] Israel. It is natural that the Zion-
toay evening at 8 p.m., to honor j ist Organization, carrying the re-
trfeir representatives who attend- ------------------------------------------:-----
i the National Convention. g~, lx -,
Mesdames Henry Seitlin, Rose UaDleS Adult GrOlip
Ostrov. Sarah Malamud and Leo Tnvifptt ^prvicpnictt
| Goldman, the homecoming dele- lnV,leS erVlCemen
Mates, will give reports of the The Young Adult.Gxoup of the
Uvoik sessions, programs, and im- Coral Gables Jewish" Center an-
ions of the convention which nounces that all unmarried, mili-
place in Chicago from Sep- tarv personnel are invited to at-
ber 8th through 13th. Mrs. tend meetings and activities it
Jennie Dunson, acting chairman sponsors.
| [ & reception will be assisted j The servlbcmeC^-iir rtceive
Th'r^nie?oaUSS- !euest "rds whielf will entitle
in Mii^ift'f P'^r Women them to particlpie, in all* func-
! comprised of ren-, tions as full members a tthe Cen-
iprised of rep-
resentatlves from the four local
rsClub No. 1, Club No.
2. Golda Myerson, and Kadim-
ter, 320 Palermo Avenue.
The group's next affair will be
a Halloween Dance held on Oc-
tober 31st, and its next general
meeting wfll be on November 7th,
and on every other Wednesday,
thereafter.
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Beth Sholom Sisters
[Hold Weekly Shower
"he Mesdames Louis Gidney, mm:*---*, ..-..L,,,,
aid Glasser. Stanley Segal. MtaitU -MMmgnPH
DomtChvv shah tHarny,,Ri^ and *or Beth David
luoiothy Shabat will be hostesses
|at a Bazaar Tea-Shower on Wed- : Co-chairmen fqr_ a general
nesday, October 31st, at 1:30, in luncheon and card patty through-
ti-e patio of Temple Beth Shol- I out the Miami area; the proceeds
om. according to an announce- of which will go to the Beth
Zfasttsnasi aSSESSS
Irncnt by Mrs. Aaron Farr, Bazaar
chairman.
The Tea is open to Sisterhood
[members and their friends, and
the price of admission is some
David Synagogue,- are Mrs. Max-
Bergman and Mrs. Harry Ein-
horn.
On October 31st,, ail residents
. of the area, desiring to partici-
larticle m the following categor- pate in aiding Beth David with
;i which can be sold at the Sis- its various future activities, can
0d Bazaar to take place in
l umber: children's and infants'
ir, and toys.
Mrs. Saul Herman is Sister-
I President.
do so directly by being hostesses
in their homes for such mid-
afternoon affairs. Those wishing
to register, may contact Mrs. Har-
ry Einhorn at 48-8318.
,*. Duwbul,dbT Hi-tfrade Fond Co.
'TO H. W. 7th Atww Phone W456
is unthinkable that any organiza-
tion should object to such con-
sultation.
ences should never be based on
personal antagonisms with utter
disregard to our city's welfare",
We stress two further points Lake said.
with regard to this particular
paragraph of the American Jew-
ish Committee resolution. Hav-
ing earlier in the text vigorously
opposed any attempt on the part
of some few Americans to inter-
fere in the political life of Is-
rael,' the American Jewish Com-
mittee now presumes to urge
upon the Government of Israel
the 'impropriety' of taking this or
that action within its own sov-
ereign territory. Thus the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee contra-
dicts its own stated policy.
"We are forced reluctantly to
the conclusion that the authors of
this resolution are seeking to
isolate American Jewry from Is-
rael and from the Jews of the rest
of the worldto create, if you
will, a kind of Monroe Doctrine
fr the American Jewish com-
munity. In this they will never
succeed. It isn't only that, on the
world scene, the Marshall Plan
has out-dated the Monroe Doc-
trine. The fact is that the Jewish
history of a people reaching out
across boundaries in search of
mutual help and mutual under-
standing."
"We need a change in city of-
ficials wfcen people come away
from commission meetings say-
ing, they ought to charge admis-
sion for that side show' ", he add-
ed.
Elect Wm. P. "Bill"
II AVIS
To City Commission
William P. "Bill" Davis has given
26 years of PROVEN UNSELFISH
SERVICE to the community. As
chairman and member of the Civil
Board for seven years, he institut.
ed many noteworthy plans and im-
provements; ho knows every de-
partment oi city government: he
continuously hae been active in
veteran and organizational wark.
A vote for William P. Davir ic a
vote for good city government
Pull Lever tt-A
On November 20
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rpt Minister Sees Israel Great Threat
LSHINGTON (WNS)Egypt
concerned about "the sup-
threat" of Russia than a-
Ithe occupation" of its soil
Intain and the 'immediate
bv Israel," Egyption For-
.mister Saleh Ed-Din Pasha
,ed here in a statement de-
|ig Cairo's intention to can-
le Suez Canal treaty with
Britain,
jn interview with U.S. News
a-orld Reporter, the Egyp-
[diplomat charged that the
|is were talking "quite free-
i uilding an empire from
jphrates to the Nile." How,
Iced, can Egypt remain in-
ent "as long as you permit
r cople to ignore the decis-
Df the United Nations to do
they please?" Simultan-
he asserted that the Arab
[will never make peace with
He compared Israel to
anger who enters a house,
kies a room and then but-
ts his claim to occupation
with the. aid of. I'strong" people
who "say you must keep him in
your house."
The "strong".people, he went
on. "cannot force jroti to be
friends with the man wno has
moved into your house and driv-
en you out of papt of it." "We
do have an armistice with Is-
rael," he went on, but "that is
practical peace, but not peace
with Israel in the sense of ac-
cepting their unwanted presence
in our house.."
liBwiisltUEiliDJpidiiiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1951
SEC. B
Adult Group Partys
The Adult Social Group of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter has planned an old fashioned
Halloween Party for Saturday
night at their Center, 450 S.W.
16th Avenue.
A costume Dance with prizes
for the best dressed will highlight
a series of Halloween Hi-Jinks
which will include ducking for
apples, Paul Jones and other
events.
thodox Rabbin Find Jell-O Foods
\sher; Agudaih Harabonim Agrees
Rabbis Baskin and Winograd at the Jell-O Plant
1-0 Gelatin Desserts and
Jell-O products have been
Dved Kosher by two promin-
Jabbis in New York, Morris
recently announced.
Rabbis Samuel Baskin and
Winograd of Brooklyn,
>rk, members of the Agud-
[Haraboninv of the United
^s and Canada, visited the
Otic G e 1 a t i n Company's
Division of General Foods
^'oburn, Massachusetts, and
nined all facilities and raw
materials in their investigation
to ascertain the Kasruth of Jell-O.
Rabbi Judah Leib Seltzer, hon-
orary president of the Agudath
i Harabonim, expressed his ap-
! proval when the two inspecting
1 Rabbis concluded that Atlantic
| Gelatin's products are Kosher
land Parve.
The Kosher gelatin products
are used in manufacturing ice
cream, candy, Jell-O desserts and
other foods used in Jewish
homes.
Rabbi Simon Winograd
Rabbi Samuel Baskin
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University Awards
New Fashion Guild
Student Scholarships
The Men's Fashion Guild of
Miami Beach has made available
to University of Miami students
in the School of Business Ad-
ministration, scholarships totaling
$1,400 according to Dr. Bowman
F. Ashe, University president.
The scholarships were inaug-
urated last year when the Fash-
ion Guild, headed bv Jules Gil-
lette, presented funds covering
tuition for two juniors and three
seniors. Students majoring in
marketing are given preference
for the awards scholarships,
which are to be announced this
year at the Guilds anual Beef-
steak Dinner at Miami Beach,
November 26th.
"The Guild is happy to con-
tinue the policy of helping wor-
thy students complete their
courses at the University." Gil-
lette declared. The awards are
made, he said, in recognition of
the "excellent job the University
of Miami is doing in preparing
students for the business world."
He also said the Guild hopes
eventually to sponsor a Chair of
Marketing at the University.
In announcing the scholarship
availability, Dr. Ashe commend-
ed the Guild on its efforts "in
increasing opportunities for high-
er education."
Other members of the Guild's
scholarship committee are Treas-
urer Al Leslie, Jack Silverman
and Richar Keats. Holders of the
scholarships awarded last year
are Peter P. Claussen, Bernard
Marko, Herbert Selkowitz, Sey-
mour Rosenberg and David
French.
Sessions Of Southern Zionist Groups
Begin Today In Birmingham, Alabama
The annual Fall sessions of the
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion, joint educational youth ag-
ency of Southern, Southeastern
and Florida Hadassah and South-
eastern ZOA Regions, will take
place today through Sunday in
Birmingham, Alabama.
Announcement of the meetings
was made by Mrs. Isadore Mos-
covitz of Jacksonville, Florida,
chairman of the Commission. The
opening business session will be-
gin this afternoon at the Tutwiler
Hotel.
Expected in Birmingham for
the Fall sessions, in addition to
the chairman, are Rabbi Amram
Prero of New York City, national
I director of the American Zionist
Youth Commission; Mark Spector
I of Chattanooga, Ter.nessee. co-
| chairman of the Regional Com-
mission: Mrs. Jacob Corkland of
Knoxville, Tennessee, president
of the Southern Hadassah Reg-
ion; Mrs. Joseph Wilensky of Sa-
vannah, Georgia, president of the
S. A. Gcodman
from local Youth Commissions
Southeastern Hadassah Region: in Florida, Georgia, South Caro-
lWhMv7y-.FrOSSmS?2 / ^lamillina- Alabama, and Tennessee,
Beach, Florida, president of the ,, .
Florida Hadassah Region; and a11 of whom recclved invitations
Ben R. Winick of Knoxville, to attend the fall conference. Mr.
president of the Southeastern S. A. Goodman. Chairman of the
ZOA Region.
Youth group representatives
who will make reports to their
sponsors at the scheduled Sun-
day morning session include:
Miss Micky Friedman of Bir-
mingham, president of Southern
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission will attend from this
area. One of its founders and
first chairman when it was or-
ganized in 1945. Goodman is also
a vice-president of the South-
Gables Center Teaches
Etiquette And Dancing
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will sponsor a Cut nil ion Club
for 7th, 8th and 9th Grade boys
and girls under the direction of
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Nowakow-
ski, ballroom dancing instructors.
The course will consist of 20
lessons in ballroom dancing and
social etiquette. Four Saturday
evening social dances, two of
which will be formal, are also in-
cluded.
The Cotillion Club will meet
on Monday evenings from 7:30 to
9 p.m., at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center.
Young Judea Region; Mrs. Gerrv i eastern Region of the ZOA and
Soltz of Miami, president o'f vice-president of the Israel Zion-
Southern Jr. Hadassah; Stanley lst District of Miami Beach. Oth-
Robinson of Knoxville, president 'ers Planning to attend the Youth
of Southern Region of the Inter-
collegiate Zionist Federation of
America; and a representative of
the Southern Young Judea Lead-
ers' Council.
Other participants at the ses-
sions will include representatives
College man Feted
Hibiscus Men
Commission meeting from Miami
are Mrs. H. C. Moser, Gilbert
Rappaport, Alex Van Straaten,
Seymour B. Liebman, Harry
Sonz, Abe Schofer, Selma Schenk-
man and Leonard Snyderman.
By
Jewish Children Group
On Tuesday, October 30th, the
Board Members of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver will meet at 11:30 a.m.. at
the home of Mrs. Sam Luby, 630
S.W. 29th Road.
The Board will be guests at a
luncheon and meeting, sponsored
by Mrs. Frank Cole. Mrs. David
Cohen, Mrs. Ruth K. Hertz. Mrs.
Ida Di Cicco, Mrs. Sadie Diamond
and Mrs. Sam Luby.
Sholem Hears Duhaime
Mr. Ernest Duhaime, Assistant
United States District Attorney,
will address the Sholem Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, Luncheon Meeting
today at the Seven Seas Restau-
rant, 101 Southeast 2nd Avenue.
Mr. Duhaime will discuss Pros-
ecuting Federal Cases In Miami.
Michael M. Isenberg, luncheon
chairman for Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, will introduce the
speaker.
Maurice Collegeman, honorary
marshal of Hibiscus Lodge, F. &
A.M., was honored at a dinner
last Tuesday. The tribute was
held at 955 Alton Road.
Collegeman, who came to Mi-
ami Beach in 1944, from Wash-
ington, D.C., has never failed to
attend a meeting of his lodge
since its inception. He is a char-
ter member, chairman of the
properties committee, a five-year
trustee of the Hibiscus Holding
Company and a member of the
house and refreshments commit-
tee. He has been a Master Mason
since 1921, and is a Navv veteran
of World War I. With "his wife,
two daughters and son, College-
man resides at 1533 Jefferson
Avenue, Miami Beach.
B'nai B'rith Signs
Up New Members
Judge Sam Silver, general
chairman of the National Mem-
bership Campaign of B'nai B'rith
in this area, reports that since the
inauguration of the campaign last
October 12th, the various Lodge
| members have been out signing
up many new members.
Silver said, "Because of the
I serious repercussions at the pres-
! ent time in our community re-
sulting from bombings of syna-
gogues and temples it is neces-
sary that every Jew become a
1 member of B'nai B'rith so that
] we can unitedly and effectively
| combat these acts of aggression
against our right of worship as
guaranteed by the Constitution
of the United States.
"B'nai B'rith has taken the
proper steps to prevent any fur-
. ther unlawful acts."
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Zvi Englander
To Address Israel
Bond Rally Nov. 1
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oo November 1st.
Dr Loufe G Lyttan bai aa-
; is being
by tl : :
oi the Zionist Ora d of
Ameri a
Sr.elar.der amved ;n Israel in
M7. and beheld the birth of the
new State arc .;= subsequent
War of Independence He has
studied the ecor rad finan-
::~velop:r*r.! of the cour.tr>
during the first years of its est-
- ard will in hs address.
Stan up his views and observa-
tions In addition to Englander =
Dr L>-tton will report
the Israel Districts progr
the coming year Saul Genet
Ma! Errglar.der will then con-
duct a masical prograrr
- raHy .; begin
at 8 15 pm.. on t]
Seymowr B Liebman ex- I
Jfcve the Is.-ael Dis:
the Council of
7~-.-.r.
ar ,# tv
the Qreater M.-
I tel Bob
- :roo uce Z En
Temple Israel Sisters
Hear Professor Hirsch
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' -- -old
Mirimm Zunser %
Dead At Iqv US
NEW YORK JTA Funeral
.. 'or
Mmaai Shomer Zunaer.
' : ^iied
at .--.- home aged ?.t, She a^
Ztmser. I
f* "' "': nal Desertion
?.- -"-- '' SauZ'.-.vr : tr...
N M Sr.a:ke-
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York
C.'.a;
The A?r! i was ilMhfaet
1933 when Hitler er.eouraged
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bors and ever. cr.
T. fa" ..-.-- T
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. HR
- dueed bv Rep. Tom
Pickett of Tex
of 1933. It would tutt r be the
ent of awards to infta i
giving lnformatior. leading to the
arrest and conviction of certain
Comnraniata, ar.d for other pur-
poses The ten art Sem-
ites might exploit, was sent to the
House Judiciary Committee
The State Departrr.er.t is in-
vestigating the case of Edwin
M. Wright, an official who has
;na:;i:ed an anti-Israel tias.
Wrigjht holds the strategic jcb of
intelligence adviser to George C.
McGhee. Assistant Secretary of
State far Near Easterr. Attain
The department is looking over.
arr.org other evidence, a column
on Wright written by this re-
porter, who b always glad to
give the department advice on
its own i
Israe learned that a-
mong Germ a r. F reign Office
documents captured after World
War II was a report dated Nov.
26. 1940. from the German Am-
bassador to Moscow. Court V
erg. Yon Schuienberg
disclosed in thii res ub-
M io-
tov v t enlari
Nazi-S v:f cEreerr.er.t into a
- Az-
of these con-
-
out of the Senate, told a Senate
subcommittee how McCarthy was
-.ed with Gerald L- K Smith
notorious charges against
see Secretary Anna Rosen-
berg.
The Spanish Embassv .s being
..-. its propaganda efforts
al ir.serted :n the Congres-
sional Record by Rep. Atari
J Muiter. Non-Jewish newsmen
I House Press Gallery re-
call that Franco sent troops to
aid Hitler's Eastern Front cam-
lablt* Art Ciroap Zamora Center Pav,
spongers Annul A<..^v,- M,an.,2J
"" c^u^.jsp^so^ SSLtStSB
>ual Exhibit dunng >'a- :*?e7- Rabl>i Ralph n.
..rt Week starting No- ^d rft Q ,"
vember 4th. The exhibit will be 1' ;J "reed upon c i
launched in conjunction with a "'
Art
lirsl Ann
tir-nal Art
conj
meeting of the Congregation held
on the same day. President Hed-
rr.an Fisher announced.
After a short business meeting
beginning at 8 p.m.. participants
will adjourn to view the pictures
on exhibition. A feature of the
evening will be the unveiling of
Mrs. Skop's most recent portrait
cf her husbar.d. Rabbi Morris
Skop. spiritual leader of the Cen-
ter. Hostesses for the refresh-
ment period are: Mrs. I. Gersten-
Perkell.
gn which included the slaugh- f^*^ & J^'
terofJe> Gladys Bryan. "
Missouri Congressman Claude j^ skop and ^ ^j, Hal.
Bakewei: reminded the House pen are leaders of the Art Group
that "the practice of anti-Semit- t0 wnich aI, members of the Cor-
ism M^inconsistent with the prac- al Gabies jewlsh Center and re*i- im
tise of Chnsuaruty. He called dents of the area m come for ^J
attention to an article by Msgr. ^^ mstruct,,,,,.
Maunce S Sheehy who told of
an old pastor who reproved his
congregation for expressing anti-
Jewis.- feeling. "From some re-
I receive." he told them.
I fear that if the mother of
whom we honor here this
evening, were to come attired in
modem clothes, some of you
would say in surprise, Why. she
looks Jewish
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Th-. I : a Sigma flliiniim
?ut I Greater Miami will pre-
cornbmation fashion show.
dessert ar.d card party for the
:' the Cerebral Palsy and
Cardiac Horr.es in the area. The
,:' Ba-.-rr. ^r.z Baku in the gen- "flair will take place at the Bis-
tion of thi Gull
Dter of
BJ I thl '_'r.-
. -.
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-: am I
f Persian :;_.: and
"-'' baa suck
asp.rations '
Sen Wilham Benton. who is
trying to get McCa- ked
Tuesday Book Review
Begins Lecture Series
Mrs Sol Leslie, chairman of
Tuesday Book Review spon-
sored by Hadassah. is engaged in
preparing for its premier which
will take place on November th.
115 p.m. at Temple Beth Sho-
At the present time the follow-
ing groups of Hadassah are par-
ticipating m the Book Review
{ram: The Herz!. The De-
borah The Hanna Ser.esrh. The
Stephen Wise. The Israeli. The
ta Szold and T- Sha-
lom* E;- is schei lied 1
't. -airman who will
chairmai Mr
ie Mrs Felix Halzba-
Maunce Klein will be in
[ticket
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I. M. Weinsb in I
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A portion of the proceeds will
the Phi Sigma Sigma
Brace Fund for needy children
in the Cerebral Palsy Home.
Latest Fall fashions will also
be presented by the Sonia Renee
Sr.oppe and modeled by
members of the Phi Sigma Sig-
ma group. Eve Tellegan will be
commentator, and hair stvhst. J.
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>w Association
Unite Miami's
[wish Centers
[joint committee composed of
Lscntatives of the Miami
Eh Community Center, con-
lent agencies of the Jewish
it is Association and of the
iter Miami Jewish Federa-
[have met for the purpose of
kine the advisability of con-
futing all recreational and
work programs and activ-
for the Jewish community
jde County within the frame-
of one central organiza-
p appointment of the joint
littee was the result of a
Bion reached at a joint meet-
lof the Board of directors of
agencies involved and made
eport to the Board of Direc-
of the Jewish Community
ier last October 17th.
Je committee has recom-
that effective November
new organization be form-
(onwn as the Greater Miami
Jsh Community Center. This
Ini/ation will have full re-
(sibility for administering the
work and recreational pro-
5s for the Jewish community
fradc County. The two "Y's"
JCA, it has been decided,
transfer all of their assets
Ihe new organization which
] assume all of the liabilities,
rcupon these two groups will
be dissolved out of exist-
I. Members of the two de-
ft organizations and of their
|tituent agencies will there-
become members of the
jrter Miami Jewish Commun-
enter until the expiration of
current dues paying period,
committee has also set
machinery by which the new
lization may be governed
jmanuged. A Board of Direc-
Icomposed of not less than 100
I more than 200, and elected
(tally by the membership will
titute this governing body.
|e an Executive Committee
(ot more than 35, will func-
bctween meetings of the
rd.
lagler Granada
ives Ball; Hears
li.v Candidates
Ih e Flagler-Granada Jewish
nmunity Center will sponsor
'jurth annual Halloween Cos-
ts.' Ball at its auditorium, 50
51st Place, tomorrow eve-
at 9 p.m.
jn orchestra will provide
lie for dancing, and the main
at of the evening will be a
lump parade with judges de-
on the most original cos-
ies and awarding prizes. Leon
nard is in charge of arrange-
B8,
01 candidates running for
fce in the City Commission
btion on November 20th are
fH invited to attend a politi-
cally at the Flagler-Granada
[ish Community Center on
Irsday evening, November 8.
Vh candidate running for
lot the three vacancies on the
Commission will express his
s to the group in a five min-
speech. A question and an-
|i p +Je*istrk>rkMan
iriah Women's
roupa Confer
trying Lehrman presided
I Fall meeting of the Con-
[ I Jewish Women's Or-
: liens of Dade and Broward
Mies, which took place at the
*>y Hotel yesterday morn-
A plaque was pregl nted to
Louis Glasser, immediate
lent
n chairman Mrs. Sylvia
of, presented Behind The
In Israel highlights,
dotes, peisonalized bits 01
''!' and drama as seen by
Seymour Liebman, Mrs.
,: isman, Mrs. Moses
'. Miss Elizabeth Sim-
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
recent trips to the Jew-
s-ate. a dramatic presenta-
o.V Mr. Bob Lyons aand mus-
v 'he Hadassah Choral So-
f^,witn Piano accompaniment
.<->iga Bibor Stern followed.
Aaron Farr was in charge
.....angements.
lami Junior Hadassah
[ne Miami Unit of Jr. Hadas-
will present a Pumpkin
^e at the Sea Gull Hotel on
"iajL evening. There will be
ng from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m.
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+Jmiinor*Mar
"ttDAY-OCTOlPD
Writer Flays Agreement With MaclverRepU
By Jacob Landau
Tht American Jewish Congress.
in its memorandum on Professor
Maclver's study oi the Jewish
Defense Agencies, joints out that
the "attempts to combat preju-
dice through goodwill propa-
ganda had failed.' and that it
immigration of "ethnic Germans"
who were Hitler's most devoted
fifth columnists. The Congress
provided the funds for their
transport to the U.S.
The American Jewish Congress
applies the term limited effect-
iveness' to the propaganda activ-
ities of the Committee ar*i ADL.
has launched a comprehensive I think that all our agencies, in-
progrirr. for the establishment of
full equality for all Americans
through law and public policy."
Wise making rapid and constant head- inevitably was
win has oeen its oecune. = t ------------------------"""""i) *ai nwH ..u I
rould have raised his thundrous wa>-. Within the last two decades ish national or d HI
against Maclvers assinul-. th(f Yiddish daflles in such large} terests wen. p. VJT.T01* 1
voice
Todai
Tt -- Congress underscores this
point :y stating Congress has
never attempted I -> duplicate the
.ar.da appeals, mass' or
if the Anti-Defamation
Leagui A .an Jewish
rve nev-
pi erarr.5 as
: cost."
Or even if I ive limited
z c__^
eluding the Congress, are in the
same boat of "limited effective-
ness
swift has been its decline
d his thunarous
aclvers assimu- ,lnc nanun uuia u wui mt
ation^eor^^UetheCon- wntefs ^ Philadelphia, Cleve-
areas does not accept e\ er> t..ing .
Pr^'essor Maclver advocates, it land and Chicago have disappear- Professor
states that his report has fully ed Jewish education is reaching
co-.firmed our initial confidence." only an: insignifleant part of our
Not only are the concluswns I >outh.. Cving or raisin* funds
of the Congress memorandum op-
en to questioning but the
premises on which they are bas-
ed. Says the Congress: Ameri-
can Jewry is more fully in-
n ^ J?oparty
"-otes*,r Maclver-s re^T
Congress renders bp-^
democracy
in favor
voices skepticism about the value
of all Jewish defense activities
"It :s exceedingly dangerous,"
tayi Professor Giruberg. "for a
--. comtr. unity to become
-.-.-- eeupied with influencing the
attit behavior of the
Gentile majority secause t-.ere is
no basis f:>r believing fat it is
and occasional visits to the syna- ganized
gogue are the sura total of Jew-
ish activities of most conscious
Jews.
The Congress, itself, has suf-
fered the impact olI assimilation- [jurisdiction o7the^,E&k
ism During the first war the munity Ad' -' r J l0"*1 "*l
Congress was able to sweep the !
Jewish people. The American
w Jewish ^"Ll
d*mocrt,c,H *
But instead of beconun.
lying center of ail JL
forces in our commuZ
willing to funcuonTS
European countries were much
more integrated than the Jews
in the U.S.A.
rii portion likely n succeed in this effort" Roosevelt once said that the
Giruberg adds It White House would have to ap-
--. would seem (be setter part of point an ambassador at the btate
pro- wisdom tot Jews ratbei to co- Departmer.:. It might tenetit
peral tly with Ukeminded the American Jewish Congress to
-io are concerned with have an ambassador at the world
I the structure and Jewish Congress They would
tivities runctioning A American iemoc- have spared uemselvai t.-.e em-
a :o concentrate HHnent of making state-
i u orgaaiza- h have no basis in
be "" :
rhe Con- 7 .....- ng The Congress furtheT claims
in itj rnen that the legal that "what other groups have
Anti- :' e allocated to it. Con- been able tj achieve only
:' : port to Pro- tl r ngt assimilation and group
:: Iver*i recommenda-1 disintegration, American Jewry'
Labor Com- has accomplished through adap-
War Veterans tation and accommodation."
ton f An can He- Will the explain the
ile lifierence between assimilation
respective fields and adap'.a*..
omic and socia
vironment than any Jewish com-
nrunitv has been in history". The .
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can Jewish Conference was
feeble imitation of the Congress
during the first World War. The
Congress became one of the many
participating agencies. But thanks
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toward County
-nai Hrilli Has
olic Eve Drive
family Frolics with a turn-of-
Lcentury theme, will be spon-
ed by the Broward County
apter,' B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
Jization, at its annual fund-
Sing event tomorrow evening,
hie affair will take place at
1 Hollywood Jewish Commun-
i Center, 2028 Polk Street. Pro-
Ids will be used for National
1YO projects, which include
|okes For Krea, National Ora-
y Contest, Anti-Defamation
gue, Children's Home in Is-
1, Leo N. Levi Memorial Hos-
E'l and local charities. Ruth
ibrose. director of the Fred
|a i re Dance Studios in Holly-
od. will present several out-
Hing acts. Cary, the panto-
ii st. is scheduled as one of
features. Selections will be
Id-red by Stanley Friedberg,
|c.;t pianist.
ts participated in by club
ibers will be: A Ride in the
-ryBob Silberstein, Jules
German, George Lacks, Sey-
Levin, Herbert Zoolman
Mimi Yankow; Songs by the
eethearts of the Pratt Veter-
H >spitalJudy Jacobson and
tireen Zofnas, who will also
fear in Singing Waiters, with
Lacks and Ira Zofnas;
jp'de DooHelen Buckhantz
| Martin Cohen; Scotch and
Martin Cohen, Ed Scharps
B>b Silberstein; Confeder-
Can CanHarriet Berman,
! Crummins, Judy Jacob-
| Lebe Halpern, Lillian Tank-
ed Maureen Zofnas.
I Races, Costume Relays
a Charleston Contest are
lg arranged for audience par-
Ipation. Following the show,
will be dancing to the tunes
[j Henjum's Swing Band.
:! Diamond, B'nai B'rith
th Organization president,
-live as Master of Ceremon-
Bob Silberstein will direct
show and Fred Sultan will
|k. charge of sound effects and
Barbara Lustgarten, Helen
pman and Marilyn Block will
ts hostesses.
.her committees are: Tickets
Advertising, Greta Hartman,
let Berman, Paul Diamond
Ira Zofnas: Refreshments,
in Bush and Mrs. Max Dia-
Decoration, Lebe Halpern,
^ti Hartman, Ralph Howell
Ira Zofnas.
i starvations may be made by
fephoning Greta Hartman at
llywood 5146, Paul Diamond at
h Lauderdale 2-1091 or at the
fish Community Centgr of-
Letters To The Editor
(A letter written by Burnett
Roth, chairman -of the Special Co-
ordinating Committee, Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
released to the Rabbis and presi-
dents of Jewish Synagogues in
the Greater Miami Area that suf-
fered demolition threats or in-
timidation, was also sent recently
to The Jewish Floridian offices
so that its readers. might become
acquainted with efforts being
made by ADL to uncover the cul-
prits. The text follows:)
DEAR EDITOR:
Knowing the deep concern of
the membership of each congre-
gation in our community regard-
ing the recent dynamitings and
threats to our Synagogues and
Temples, we wish to advise that
the local Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith is working actively
and coordinating all efforts to
handle effectively this serious
situation.
A special community-wide
committee of laymen has been
Tamara Chapter Bids
Farewell To Delegate
Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi
Women's Organization, held a
games party in conjunction with
its regular meeting last Tuesday
evening at the Cromwell Hotel,
Miami Beach, to usher in Sim-
chas Torah.
Mrs. A Louis Mechlowitz, pres-
ident, interpreted the meaning of
jthe Holiday.
Miss Lillian Bogdan, who is
; leaving to attend the national
Mizrachi convention in Atlantic
i City scheduled for November
I 11th through 14th, was honored
I in a special ceremony. Plans
i were also completed for the Har-
I vest Square Dance which will
; take place tomorrow evening at
i the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Southwest Civic League
The Southwest Civic League
will hold its second annual dance
tomorrow evening, 8 p.m., at the
Syrian Lebanon Club.
A. Wyner and his orchestra will
be featured. Mrs. Max Friedson
and Mrs. Lillian Smulson are co-
chairmen for the affair..
ich B'nai B'rith
pe Miami Beach Chapter of
ai B'rith Women has laid the
lind work for an active season
fund raising.
Irs. Charles Goldberg has been
fainted chairman of the Plan-
Committee. The first of a
|es of affairs on her agenda
be a Halloween Card Party
held at the home of Mrs.
Hd Alper, 1715 Calais Drive,
hnandy Isle, on Wednesday,
lober 31st, at 1 p.m.
\f.endance at the party will
P- i all guests the opportunity
[snare-holding in a StarlighJ
1 which will be given away
n Annual Donor Luncheon.
>rman Lyons Talks
rman R. Lyons, newscaster
iommenetator on Jacob
Renter's Jewish Variety Hour,
speak on The United States-
'.;:, Eastern Defense Alliance
I I he Maclvor Report on Jew-
.'uanizations, today and Sun-
Henrietta-Szold Group
The first in a series of fund-
raising projects for the Youth
Aliyah program will be held in
the form of a card party given by
the Henrietta-Szold group of Ha-
dassah on Monday, October 29th,
8 p.m., at the St. Moritz Hotel.
Mrs. Hilda Wieder is in charge
of arrangements. Refreshments
will be served..
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organized by the ADL Advisory
Board to coordinate all phases of
cooperation with law enforce-
ment agencies, church, civic and
community organizations, con-
tacts with governmental agencies,
legislation respecting the use and
possession of dynamite, and var-
ious other necessary aspects of
counteraction and prevention.
Members of the Rabbinate and
veterans organizations are on the
special committee.
We urge that all community
action with respect to the dyna-
mitings and intimidations be co-
ordinated through our committee
in order that most efficient and
effective progress may be made
towards apprehension of the cul-
prits and prevention of similar
future occurrences.
In the interest of community
cooperation and effective action,
we would appreciate prompt re-
porting to the Florida ADL Office
of any threats received, or other
manifestations coming to the at-
tention of our congregations,
which threaten a recurrence of
similar incidents. This is most
important from an investigative
and preventive standpoint.
Please feel free to contact this
committee. Your cooperation in
this situation is deeply appre-
ciated.
Sincerely yours,
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Mrs. Rose Pertes, president of
the Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Wom-
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rael Card Party will be held on
Wednesday, October 31st, at 1
p.m.
Admission to the function will
automatically entitle those pres-
ent to participate in a contest,
the winner of which, will be a-
warded with a free trip to Is-
rael. The party is scheduled to
be held at the Beth Sholom Aud-
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Gables B'nai B'rith
Gives Member Tea
One of the weekly card tourna-
ments sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith Women of Coral Gables
was held yesterday evening at
the McAllister Hotel.
A prize was awarded for high
score in Canasta. Members at-
tending were also given credit
towards their Donor Luncheon.
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hostess at a Membership Tea for
members and prospective mem-
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c ing the late S ;
Soph-.e Shey
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f m at the Delano Hotel.
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Thursday
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Sisterhood Affair
Leon J. Ell I U
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attend b
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ill be presi 1 vtr by
\ Rosett S
:.:.; from New R
X. a York ng he] todaj
The Dedication Ceremonu-
::g today will continue
ih Sunday. Ore of the lar-
;n the v Nation!
of Ti hoods
iben in tb<
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Hebrew Congregation!
tion Reform
an i -
- \v
- ve Judaism.
The Metropolitan New V rk
S
,for the entire Board of Dii
at a special dinner which
held on Monday. October
at Temple Root-;.
New York Citj
Tr.e Dedication C wflJ
:a.-t with ar. opemr.g -
Tempie Emanu-El to be followed
D open house for out of town
guests A dedication banquet will
follow tome rrow evening.
:::- EU. who will attend all
1 ., -ember
the National Executive Board
National Federation of
Sirterhooda She
tive locallj Temple Beth
Sisterhood and has serv-
ed as president as well as chair-
D of tr.e Religious School.
E!l also participates in the
: of the American Associa-
f Social Worker? ii -.-
(Israel group of Ha-
Board
er of the Bureau of Jewish
Education Attending with her
at the National Board meeting is
M Dai id L. Zielonka of Tarr.pa.
nUPAY^OCTQBa a.
Israelite Center Holds
Chanukas Habayis Party
fa Center. 3198
|4th Terrace, will hold
anukaa Sunday
- 7 p.m.. to comnemor-
:ts build-
ing begun lr November, 1949.
Vice president David Granat
I
Jacob E Tambor of Temple Beth-
El chantina the Dedical
Irving Lehrman of
Beach Jewish Center
- be guest speaker
og Other sp
will be Co er Louie Ban-
Circuit Court Judge J X
- and X .-.! an Lyons.
Hy lainnan of all
Truman Receive*
II i si ml rut Award
: Harry S. Truman re-
I the 1951 Histadrut Hu-
Award at a special
nony yesterday
afternoon I n welcomed a
. Israel.
Xational Com-
--r.tatior: was made by
rg. general
National Com-
r Labor Israel, who
headed a 15-member delegation
--nting buati piofeeaiOB-
bor, Zionist, benevolent ar.d
rgamzations embraced
XCLI throughout the
country.
Ir. a spevial statement. Mr.
Schlc- -i- We are deeply-
honored at this opportunity of
if tribute to President Tru-
man for ":? varr.es: interest :n
the cause of Israel and the His-
thc G
I Jewfet m the Jewish
S:atc And it .- m Hasan
and prayer that
may continue his much appreci-
ated efforts on behalf of Israel
and all the democratic world for
many year.- :
Writer Flays Jewish Congress
For Marlver Report Applause
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ists prevail. It has not one word Brazil) h j ^^
of cnticism for a report which2JS"-, Q*.21
T<*emji
completely ignores the emergence
of the State of Israel and its sig-
nificance for all future defense
activities, which the Congress,
too. appears to disregard.
If the Maclver proposals re-
garding the NSRAC. the corn-
high time that
I
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our peopk. foi Jfr*sh hJ
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LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
ESTATE OH'
"MA AKONoVITZ. deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\\\ Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Claims or Demands Against
ill Kstnte:
u. and each of you. are hereby
i,il and required to present any
lie and demands which you. or
,.|- of you, may have against the
,,. ,,f CELIA ARONOVITZ de-
ed late of Dade County, Florida,
the Hon. W. F. BI.ANTO.N &
XK B. POWUNIi, County Judges
,i,l.- County, and file the same In
office In the County Courthouse
ade County. Florida, within eight
ikI.ii months from the date of the
publication hereof. Said claims
inanrts to contain the legal mi-
ni (he claimant and to be sworn
.1 presented as aforesaid, or same
.. barred. See Section 120 of the
Probate Act.
I, October IS, A.D. 1151,
ESTELLE STOLLMACK.
As Administratrix of the
Kstate of
CKI.IA ARONOVITZ.
Deceased
iNOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
rneys for
KI.I.E STOLLMACK.
Iministratrlx
i-2 11/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
-LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14452-1
SIIKUMAN. Plaintiff,
vs.
[.ME SHERMAN. Defendant.
iDLDIK SHERMAN.
Defendant,
240 Central Park South,
New Vork City, N.Y.
i GOLDIE SHERMAN, are here-
r.tificd that a Bill of Complaint
"ivorce has been filed against you.
on are required to serve a copy
bur Answer or Pleading to the BUI
mnplaint on the plaintiff's At-
MAIIKY B. SMITH. 420 Lln-
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and
I lie original Answer or Pleading
. office of the Clerk of the Clr-
!i or before the lth day
vember, Itfil. If you fall to do
Idgmenl by default will be taken
i.-i you for the relief demanded
|)i. Bill of Complaint.
'XK AND ORDERED at Miami.
Bda. this 171b day of October, A.H.
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
I Mde County, Florida
Court Seal!
liy W.M. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
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NOTICE 18 IIKRirt'.Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ansase in
1'V.S,I,'1V,S,'; "."'lel' '"f fictitious name of
SI PERIOR DELICACIES, at 9439
Harding Avenue, Surf side. Florida,
intends to register said num. w.ih
the I lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
bbobobx taxian15Sfh roaKL
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fill.
10/28 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MICK'S ATLANTIC SERVICE
STATION, at 1910 N. W. 7th Street.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT MICHAEL DEITSCH
CHERTKOF & KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympla Building
10/28 11/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
___ No. 144549
EDWARD L. MCCARTHY and
ADELE P. MCCARTHY, his wife.
Plaintiffs.
THE NEW ENGLAND TRUST COM-
PANY, a Massachusetts Corpora-
tion, and ALBERT D. HOWLETT.
JR.. as Trustees under the Last
Will and Testament of ALBERT D.
HOWLETT. deceased.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NEW ENGLAND TRUST
COMPANY
135 Devonshire Street
Boston 7. Mass.
and
ALBERT D. HOWLETT. JR.
c/o The New England Trust
Company
M Devonshire street
Boston 7. Mass
YOI* are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's Attorney, and to
file your original Answer in the Of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19th dav of Novem-
ber. 1951: otherwise the Bill of Com-
plaint for Successor Trustee filed
herein will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED this 17th day of October.
1951.
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Countv, Florida
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R LYONS
Attorney for Plaintiff
910 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. Florida
10/19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
x. ., TAX DEED
i i .'ro..'.'s h<'"'1,>' K'ven that Nathan-
vl ; ^leB.,*, holder as assignee of I
Everglades Drainage Tax Sale Certifl- '
cate Numbered 4249. dated the :ilst '
day of May A.D. 1919, hhas filed laid
(ertlficate In my office, and has mad-
Hppllcation for tax dee.l to ISSIM
A r.,''.'.n ln accordance with law Bald
I ertlficate embraces the following
described1 property, situated in Dade
County, Florida, to-wit-
Lot is Block 2. I,arkins Town-
site Plat Book 2. Page 106, Lo-
eaied in Dade County. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said
property under the Certificate
issued was In the name of
Alex cass. Unless -aid Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will
issue thereon the 19th dav of
November, A.D. 1951.
Dated this 12th day of October, A>D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
,/-i Dade cunty, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT.
Iia/.a .... Deputy Clerk.
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,.NTICE 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
or Dade County. Florida.
ETTA SAMUELS.
,..... Sole Owner.
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Applicant.
10/19-26 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. 144532
RITA GL1CKER SAMS. Tlaintiff
vs.
JAMES L. SAMS. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMES L. SAMS
c/o George W. Post
701 Prunty Bldg.
Clarksburg. West Virginia.
You, 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 16th day
of November. 1951. If you fail to do
so, judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of October. A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W, STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
10 19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHKBY 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 HORENSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Applicant
10/19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEIN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SPORTSMAN'S BARBER SHOP
at 2226 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Couit of
Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP H. HORENSTEIN.
Sole Owner,
IRVING CTPEN
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach
Attorney for Applicant.
10/19-26 11/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144109
WILLIAM I. GERSTENFELD.
Plaintiff
vs.
DOROTHY 11ERSTEN FEED,
NOTICE BY PUBLICa'tIOn'3"'
TO: DOROTHY GERSTENFELD
5101 17th Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are required to serve a copy of
the Answer to the Bill of Comi.la.nl
upon the plaintiff's attorney. Mi 'It-
'll >N ROTHBNBERQ. 120 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
October 16, 1951; otherwise, said BUI
Will lie taken as confessed by von.
Dated this 26th day of September,
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
lm By R. H. RICE. JR.
(Seal)
Deputy Clerk.
10/5-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRFIBY GIVEN' (hat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HABANA MEAT A POULTRY WAR-
KBT at 15 N. \v. r,th Street, Miami.
Florida, intend to register said tiniiin
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
LEO WIENER
(IBOROE WIEN'ER
Own, rs-
BERICK, SHAPIRO A. PRIED
Attorneys for Applicant!
MO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla.
1(1/12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AAA SERVICE BUREAU at 901
V F:. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
tend io register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MILTON WE1NSTEIN
LOUIS KROI.L
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicants
10/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of I.EM'S RADIO AND TELKV1S1. >N
SERVICE at 4280 S. W. 6(>th Court.
Miami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LYMAN L. TRESCOTT
DAVID M. RUPP
as sole owners
Mi IN ROE D1XON
Attorney for Owners
1" ".-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage,
in business under the fictitious name
of ESKAY TEXTILES, al 2S3 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clark
Of I he circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SOLOMON KASH1N
10/19-26 11/2-9
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25005
RE: ESTATE OF
Lolls 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 WHnkle, deceased:
and that on the 12th day of Nov. 1(61.
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
Welnkle. deceased.
This 8th day of October. 1951.
CARL WEINKLE.
As Executor of the Estate
of Louis. Weinkle,
Deceased.
WEINKLE & KESSLER
Attorneys for Executor
10/12-19-26 11/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144108
MILTON FELDMAN, Plaintiff
EVELYN FELDMAN, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EVELYN FELDMAN
MIS Perry Av<
Bronx. New York
You are required t.> serve a eopv of
the Answer to the Bill of C
upon the plaintiffs attorney, MOR-
TON ROTH EN BERG, 420 Lll
Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Coui I on or befi I
October 26, 1951: otherwise, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by
Dated this 26th clay of September,
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By R. H. RICE, JR.
(Sea!)
Deputy Clerk
10/5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 144617
CEI.1A Kamlnsky, Plaintiff.
vs.
MORRIS KAMINSKY. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mr. Morris Kaminsky
c/o Irving and Sue Hall
39 Turner Place
Brooklyn. New York
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and
file lh,- original answer in the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 19th dav of November.
1951, In default of which, the Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade county. Florida, this 17th day
of October, 1951
E. l: LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Com i
ill Court B I
B> WM. W. STOCK!Nil
Deputy Clerk
LEO SHEINER
A ttoi nej for I 'la Inl ;ff
Ri ;' Building
20 SIC. 3rd Avenue
Miami 92, Florid i
In 26 1 1 2-9-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144423
LIEI.A SHAGOl'RY, Plaintiff
vs.
ALFRED It SHAGOURY, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Alfred R. Shagoury
562 4Sth Street
Brooklyn. New York
You. Alfred R. Shagoury. 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-
torneys, CHERTKOF AND KALISH,
607-608 Olympla Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of lh.- Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th dav of November. 1951. If yon
fail to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
'l's'iNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of October, A.D.
1'. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, F'lorida
(Circuit Coin! Seal) ______,.,..,-,
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
CHERTKOF' AND KALISH
Attorney! for Plaintiff
10/19-26 11 2-9
SEITLIN & COMPANY
L
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. In* ST. MIAMI St. FLA.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 144346
ROSI.YN LENT. Plaintiff
Vs.
LESLIE RALPH LENT, Defendant.
TO: LESLIE RALPH LENT,
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original ans-
w. I- In On office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court 0:1 or before the Sth day
of November, A.D, 1961; otherwise,
the Bin of Complaint for Dl\.....
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, F'lorida, this the
8th day of October. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
j 1 for Plaintiff
-. i..; si) i" :.i Bldg.
Miami. Florida
in 12-19-29 11.2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF: Is. HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase
in i islni -- under the fictitious name
Of DAVIS JEWELRY .V- LOAN CO.
mot inc.) ,n 201-203 North Miami
Avenue, Miami, F'lorida, Intends to
aid ame with the Clerk of
The Circuit Court of Dade County.
1 lorlda.
L. M. HIRSCH
ELP.Y STONE
Attorney for L M. Hlrsch. doing
busini.-- M Davli lewelry &
Loan <"o. (not inc.).
10 6-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TOWN AND BEACH CH'B at
Miami Beach, Dade County. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
THOMAS CORPORATION
a Florida Corporation
10/5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 144579
ETHEL A. MANN. Plaintiff.
vs.
MELV1N a MANN. Defendant
To: ME1.VIN A. MANN
7::j:i i9Mh Street
Flushing, l.oii>; Island.
N.w York.
ORDER BY PUBLICATION
YOI" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
above entitled cause and jou are
hereby required to serve a copy of
vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
16th day of November. 1961. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the bill of complaint.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of October, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
(Seal)
PALixvr.
Attorneys
By M. C. FEME,
Deputy Clerk.
SILVER & Ml'LLi'Y
for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that !
the undersigned, desiring to > ngage j
in business under the fictitious name
of F'LAUI.ER BOOK A: HKCiRl)
STORE, at 525 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Fla.. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
BI.OCH-COOKE, INC,
HERBERT B, KAI'E.MAN
Attorney for Applicant
1629 dnPont Building
III....12-19-24
'el Ingraham Building
! Miami. Florida.
10/26 11 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of ABBE VENETIAN BLIND LAUN-
DRY at 35 N.E. 2fth Street
F*ia. intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
HARRY KESSMAN
PHILIP SCHL'LMAN
19-29 11 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ut. I. : .. >'.i. desiring to engage
he flctltloui
of JOHNSON EMPLOYMENT 8ERV-
|S9 N. E. 1st Street. Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
NED REGEN
Sole Owner
RRBGER AND Sl'LZBERGER
Attorneys for Applicant
235 Lincoln Road
10/5-12-19-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY In CHANCERY.
No 144247
iUNE KINO, Plaintiff.
WILLIAM KINO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: WILLIAM KING
2is Calyer Street
Bro iklyn. N.w York
y William kin.;, are hi reby
notified that a bill of Complaint for
nai bean tiled w
and you are required to servi
r Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff- At-
-, CHERTKOF AND KALISH,
Olympla Building. Miami. FIOT-
' .- original Answi r n
thi office of the Clerk of the I :
m or before the 2nd day of
November. 1951. If VOU (...1
so, Judgment by default will be taken
foj the relief demanded
"omplalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at M
this 3rd dav of October, A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Curt S.ali
By WM. w STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
607-10 Olympla Bldg.
Miami. F'la.
10/6-12-19-26
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Of The State Of Florida
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME QREETINOS:
This is to certify that, wlure-s.
lsidor Cohen. Miami. Fla.
Sarah Cohen, Miami. Fla.
lias M, Feliinian. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Pearl Feldman. Brooklyn, N. Y.
lid on the 21 st day of April. A.D.
1947 cause to be incorporated un-
der the provisions of Chapter :......I,
Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925. CA-
LAIS realty COMPANY, a cor-
poration, with its principal place
Of business al Miami, Dade County.
in the State of Florida, and whereas
the stockholders of such corporation
did "ii the 17th day of October, A.D.
1951, Cause to be filed in the offl.....I
he Secretary ..( State of the sctte of
F'lorida. a Consent of all the
holders under the provisions ,.f sai.l
Chapter 100','fi. Laws of Mori.I.. A.'--
of 1925, Showing the dlssolutl >n of
such corporation, and the Secretar}
of s'tatc Is satisfied thai the n
ments of law have been compiled
' IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed tin Great Seal of
the state of riorida. at Talla-
hassee, thi Capital, this tl-.e 17th
day of October. A.D. 1951
R. a. GRAY, s. it tan ol S slti
SEAL)
1ft 36
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBV GIVEN (ht
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious
of CURTIS UNIFORM CO., al 1959
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, Kla
nti nns to i eglsti r said name nil
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
County, Fli Ida .........
HARi ILD ISENBERG
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ..siring to sngage
in business under the fictitious name
of MURRAY'S PLUMBING COMPA-
NY (Not Inj.). at 124ft s. w lth
Street Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of tne
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
MORR1S FK1EDBERG
Sole Owner
10/26 11/2-9-16


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A luncheon was held last week
at the home of Mrs. Joseph M.
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nae Association of Greater Miami I
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rational sorority tomorrow with
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N. w pledges and active mem-
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the University of Miami will be
tuests of honor at the luncheon.
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BERLIN (WNS) The Jewish
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accused of erecting a house with
tombstones he looted from an
adjacent cemetery under the Nazi
regime.
In his reply, the Mayor stated
that he had used only broken
tombstones and that he did not
realize that he had no right to
use them. The court ordered the
Mayor to demolish the building
and restore the tombstones to the
cemetery.
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670 x 15 .................. $11.90 ............
700 x 15 .................. 14.25 ............
710 x 15 .................. 13.15 ............
760 x 15 .................. 14.30 ............
820 x 15 .................. 15.75 ............
* Exchange or cap your casingsl
* No charge ior loaners!
Whitewalls available!
SALE
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Norton Tire Company Inc.
MIAMI
IN W. Flagler Street Ph. 3-*K ,.m W. W. 2nd Ave. Vh.'1**
MIAMI BEACH
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