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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
LUME 24Number 45
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
[ashington Conference Airs Israel's
:onomic Needs And Near East Status
ion
irASHINGTON. D.C.In re-
t0 a warning by Israel
Minister David Ben-
that the new State's im-
tration policy is in danger of
fee drastically curtailed unless
te-scle funds become immedi-
[v available from American
"s more than 1,000 Jewish
tiers attending a weekend Na-
Bal Conference for Israel spon-
fed bv the United Palestine Ap-
voted unanimous adoption
' UPA budget for the next 12
Jrths totalling $145,600,000.
Ldoption of this budget fore-
E another multi-million dollar
fted Jewish Appeal campaign
11952 The UPA is the UJA's
rjor constituent agency and
ef beneficiary.
fhe Israel Prime Minister's
ssage to the Conference, trans-
ited to the delegates by UPA
tional Chairman Rudolf G.
nneborn, declared that "at least
, a million Jews in acute dan-
and tension areas throughout
world are eager to come to Is-
but a serious shortage of
is can drastically limit this
Dignitaries Speak
Ir. Sonneborn, in recommend -
, adoption of the $145,600,000
Iget, told the conference that
lis is the minimum that must
come available to provide for
immigration to Israel during
next 12 months of 150,000
re." The UPA National Chair-
stressed that "imminent
(lerger.cies in Eastern European
Moslem countries can easily
g Israel's immigratkji to well
..- 200.000 by the end of 1952."
ITu National Conference heard
bm Reconstruction Finance Cor-
fcation Administrator W. Stuart
}minfiton. Congressman Frank-
D. Roosevelt, Jr., Israel Am-
Issadi r Abba Eban, Jewish
fency Chairman Dr. Nahum
bldmann, ZOA President Ben-
min G. Browdy, Jewish Na-
Dnal Kund Chairman, Dr. Harris
Levine and Julian Freeman,
| nt of the Council of Jew-
Kc derations and Welfare
jlnds
[Adoption of the $145,600,000
i represents a program for
fe immediate future in helping
rael to receive, settle and ab-
pi b the tens of thousands of
imeh .-- Jews streaming to its
ires
phe Conference also recom-
|*n li d a change of name from
Palestine Appeal to Ur.it-
Israi 1 Appeal, resolved to re-
lirn to communities to become
nuclei of action" in support of
I'nited Jewish Appeal's cur- i
fcnt drive to raise $35,000,000 in i
ash before the end of the year,
View Unification
Of School System
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Tentative agreement has been
reached between the religious
parties and Mapai to settle the
broiling education dispute which
wrecked Israel's original cabinet
by a proposal to seek the estab-
lishment of a unified public
the American people should school system with secular and
and called upon President Tru-
man to use his good offices and
to exert American influence in
the United Nationals to promote
"a durable peace between Israel
and her Arab neighbors." W. Stu-
art Symington, the RFC Adminis-
trator, told the Conference that
model their resistence to Soviet
aggression on the fighting spirit
of the Jews of Israel who, he
said, have created "a strong out-
post of enlightened free enter-
prise," in one of the most trou-
bled areas of the world. He laud-
ed the United Palestine Appeal
and the United Jewish Appeal for
making "a most important con-
tribution to the cause of the free
world" through continued sup-
port of Israel.
Arab Nationalism
Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador
to the United States, told the
luncheon session of the confer-
ence that the strong Arab na-
tionalism currently flaring up in
the Middle East disregards
human welfare and has been re-
sponsible for the "unilateral can-
cellation" of treaties. He said the
nationalist wave in the Middle
East "is marked by defects which
give it a negative aspect at this
juncture of world events."
The Israel Ambassador describ-
ed these defects as:
(1) The persistent refusal of
the Arab Governments to ac-
knowledge "the soveriegnty and
the rights" of the State of Israel
at the same time that they "loud-
ly assert their own national
claims over a great sub-conti-
nent."
(2) "The nationalism of the
Near East has shown little per-
ception for the economic and so-
cial factors in human welfare"
while 'social apathy and eco-
nomic stagnation linger on to the
peril of all democracy and sta-
bility in the region."
(3) The current Middle East
nationalist upsurge "does not car-
ry with it the right of unilateral
cancellation" of treaties and other
international covenants, despite
the fact that these may "need ur-
gent revision, as they probably
do."
In the latter connection, Mr.
Eban told the UPA delegates that
"Israel, as the signatory of four
agreements with Arab States, is
seriouslv disquieted by the ten-
dency of any Near Eastern Arab
State, such as Egypt, to make it-
self the sole arbiter on the valid-
ity of its international obliga-
tions."
The Israel Ambassador scored
the attitude of Arab Goyern-
(Continued on Page 4 A)____
religious divisions, a World Miz-
rachi leader disclosed this week.
Leon Gellman of Jerusalem,
chairman of the World Mizrachi
executive who will be a prinipal
speaker at the forthcoming 31st
annual convention of the Miz-
rachi Organization of America,
made the disclosure in a state-
ment this week. The convention
will be held in Atlantic City, No-
vember 14th through 18th.
Gellman reported that a cab-
inet commission will soon be
named to explore means of
achieving such a public school
system to replace the present par-
ty school set-up. He predicted
that within two years "substan-
tial progress toward that goal"
would be achieved. The World
Mizrachi leader cited the agree-
ment as proof that the recon-
stituted coalition was a stable one
and he attacked the "prophets of
disaster" who have predicted the
early fall of the coalition.
Eban Arrives Tomorrow Afternoon;
Testimonial Dinner Set For Sunday
Abba Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the United States and chief
delegate to the United Nations, will arrive in Miami at 1:35 p.m..
Saturday, beginning the most significant week of the year in the
South Florida Jewish community. Eban, who will be accompanied
by his wife, will be met at the Eastern Air Lines terminal of the
Miami International Airport by Greater Miami municipal, civic
and religious leaders. [regarded as one of the world's
Members of the Greater Miami | leading statesmen and diplomats,
press will interview Ambassador He also will give an up-to-minute
Eban at 4 p.m., Saturday, at the i progress analysis of the $500.-
Saxony. Following the interview, j 000.000 Israel Independence Bond
the Ebans are scheduled to begin Issue and the new nation's dra-
matic fight for economic stability.
Immediately prior to the din-
ner Sunday, a cocktail party hon-
by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fried- oring the Ebans will be held at
land at their home. Saturday the Saxony. The dinner is sched-
night, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cher- i uied for 7 p.m. The Saxony will
a whirlwind of social events.
Mrs. Eban will be guest of honor
Saturday afternoon at a tea given
ner will entertain the Ebans at
their home with a cocktail party.
Biggest event on the weekend
calendar for the Ambassador will
be a testimonial dinner in his
honor Sunday night at the Sax-
ony Hotel, Miami Beach. Mayor
William Wolfarth of Miami, May-
or D. Lee Powell of Miami Beach,
and Mayor David H. Hendriek,
Jr., of Coral Gables, are co-spon-
sors for the dinner with the
Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds.
Israel's role in the current Mid-
dle East crisis and in the over-
all international situation will be
reported by Eban, who at 36 is
fly the Israel flag during the
Eban's stay there, and the Pa-
goda room will be gayly decor-
ated with Israel photomurals and
bunting.
Eban's rapid rise to internation-
al fame began when he prepared
the case of the Jewish commun-
ity in Palestine before the United
Nations committee studying the
establishment of a State of Israel.
His work greatly aided in the
UN decision to form a Jewish
nation, and his effective presen-
tations before both the Security
Council and the General Assem-
bly resulted in his eventual ap-
( Continued on Page 3 A)
Israel's New Cabinet Convenes For First Session
ladassah Convenes Tomorrow For
egional Meeting At Daytona Beach
Over 100 South Florida Hadas- \
rs will attend the Reg- I
Conference in Daytona i
ach starting tomorrow. The |
tincess Issena Hotel has been
signated as Headquarters.
special train will leave Mi-
" i tomorrow at 9:15 a.m., from
Iho Florida East Coast Station
II pick up additional dele-
I Hollywood. Ft. Lauder-
ale and West Palm Beach.
The Conference theme is: Our
ame Is Blessed In IsraelWe
'ledge To Keep It Ever So.
Mrs. Murry Grossman, region-
W president, Miami, announces
hat 250 delegates, representing
I ( haptera and groups, with a
K'mstituency of over 5.000 mem-
:'' in the state of Florida, will
pmver.e at the premiere, which
Pntt feature the 1952 Israeli Fash-
|'"n Show and her own report on
;' recent trip to Israel.
Mrs. s. ft Leslie. Miami Beach,
irceional conference coordinator
[and program chairman, discloses
|an array of distinguished guest
speakers who will address the
It-onference during its various
I sessions.
Included is Mrs. Raphael Tour-
over. Washington representative
of the National Board of Hadas-
sah. who will be Conference ad-
visor. Mrs. Tourover is a prom-
inert attorney and has recently
visited Israel on a Fellowship.
She is a member of the National
Executive of the Women's Divis-
ion of the United Jewish Appeal,
and is active in the League of
Women Voters, the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
and the National Civil Liberties
Clearing House.
Guest speaker at a luncheon,
whose theme is American Friend-
ship For Israel, will be Mrs. L.
J. McCaffrey who Was the recip-
ient of a Fellowship for a Study
Tour of the Middle East by the
American Christian Palestine
Committee. She is an executive
officer of the General Federa-
tion of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehiman, Miami Beach, pres-
ident of the Conference of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations of
Dade and Broward Counties will
speak on Community Relation-
ships. Herman M. Popkin, Al-
t'Continued on Page a A)
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PAGE 2 A
* Jen 1st fkrkJiair
Israel Cavalcade
To Feature Old
Testament Views

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the j
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Harry Le-
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gatherii
" it the even!
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.nd the an Si
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ties.
The Cavalcade.
ghlighted by th< '. 35
as depicting I
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present, will offer the public
opportunity to view and pur-
" finest in art a I h mdi-
::- eing turned out I-raeli
Th< funds dei
n the exl itioi to tl
tional ffi ea I H Z.-
.<: Organ:, iti n I A
B'r.ai B'ril
ich, in turn, will til i tl
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UJA IN 10 MONTHS NETS
$74,500,000 IN CASH
American Jewish communities gave their first major response
lo the United Jewish Appeal's special shorl-Jerm drive for
S35.C00.000 in cash at the recent UJA National Report Conference
in New York whre S20.OOO.OOO in checks poured in to bring to
S74.500.000 the UJAs cash income for the first ten months of 1951
The two-day Conference heard reports that the UJAs three agen-
ciesthe United Palestine Aptaal. Joint Distribution Committee
and United Service for New Americanshad used funds since
January of this year to help a total of 670.000 Jews throughout the
world. 400.000 of them in Israel. Here. E'anjamin Lazrus. right,
Co-Chairman of the UJA of Greater New York, presents New
York checks for S6.000.000, largest received at the Conference.
Shown accepting the checks are. left Edward M. M. Warburg.
UJA General Chairman, and Wiiliarr. Rosenwald, center. UJA
National Chairman and Chairman of the Appeal's special S35.000.-
000 drive.
Samuel Wohlstadter
Dies In Brooklyn
: r
rt .. Israeli j
ithent

a
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:: .:
AJfC liarrpil From
1losing, i.oval
1'alilornia Uroup*
L AN tELES iAJPi Legal
: \ .al divisions and
H > interred at Mt :.- hapt rs : I American Jewish
nel W Wohlstadter. i
thropist of Bi New
lay.
M .
East 71 SI
S York v. .:
Turk > lurvived by
Ai ... s wife, Gussk
ry commit! : Rabl ,. and Le nard, ai j daughters.
I r-
this week blocked
by the national AJC
charters and
Southern Cah-
f the organiza-
tion.
Supreme Court Judge Frank G.
Swain granted a preliminary In-
Mrs Hai Id Turk. Mrs Ro&lyn
Mrs Cynthia Kush- junction in the pending case of
K .,- and others 1 [cal divisions and chapters
He was a member and con- which forbade the national group
it ver 60 religious and ,m u ai"?e, vcant the offices
including ?* *e. California units and
th and the Lu ivitch-* thwa"*d any duasaociation of lo-
er Y He was a member AJC memoers from their es-
issist Ml Turk
Junior Hadassah Ball
A Pstpon :in 3all ; ,;- '"- "" J "*"'' tihli Victoria Ljdge of Masons taollsn*d unit*-
red '.: ...-.
i n lor Had as Id" on
in
}; nd his wife Si aooroxi- l?dl 2S2S g> lhettNe!
x- York offices were prohibited
from securing or retaining cus-
.: a1 the Sagan ire years
H Mia
Pi eed

Shfeya tldi

. ncing i
"
. Y irk l .:. .,: over u5
The court action left local units
holding the money bags. Under
n foi ourts
suit Wl :.ed-
'rung January
24th. 1952.
^old world flavor
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The ONLY KOSHER HOTEL DINING ROOM Under Supervision
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LEMHADRIN c*!y9 ^ Wdding. PartUs. Bar RESERVATIONS
MUxvahs. all Social Functions PLEASE
Jennie Tourel Sings
Song Of A Wayfarer
The University of Miami Sym-
::rc -
: John Bitter, will give its
nd pair of concerts of the
v Sunday '
N tier 18th. ;it the
h Auditorium and'
on M Novi mber
19th. at le C lunty Audi- |
torium. Subscriptions are still
available for both peifurmances j
i November 18th. Single
for the November lath and 19th
ens n Monday. No- '
vt bet 12th. in all of the Uni-'
versity of Miami ticket offices.
Jen: le Tourel. of the Metro-
politan Opera Company, will be
the soloist. She is replacing Kath-
leen Ferrier who was compelled
to cancel her tour due to a ser-
ious illness. Miss Tourel will in-
clude among her numbers Songs '
Of A Wayfarer by Gustav Mah-
ler, which will be heard here for
the first time. The major work
of the orchestra will be the Svm-
Phonv No. 1. OpJTTTT^
Barber. Dv Sair,,^
In honor of Prm-M*;.
coming Week. tt2'5&J
open with the Aln \

by Ro ert r
Urged To Cite Beach
For Service's 4-F's
A letter written in the name of
the insurance firm. Kahn and
Alpert. and addressed to the di-
rectors of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, urged
that a petition committee be
formed to obtain the names of
all residents, hotel and apart-
ment owners and merchants to
appeal to senators and congress-
men in Washington "to get be-
hind and enact legislation desig-
nating Miami Beach as one of the
first cities for the rehabilitation
of the 4-F's found to be such in
examination for induction into
the Armed Services."'
The letter came on the heels
of a recent Drew Pearson article
in which the large number of
Service ineligibles was discussed.
"It is not necessary for the
United States Government to
take over any hotels for this
purpose". Albert L. Kahn. writing
for the firm, stated. He poinud
<>ut that many hotels would des-
ignate sufficient rooms without
coercion at reasonable rates to
house and feed their quotas. He
also urged representatives to get
behind Congressman E. H. Hed-
rick of West Virginia for spear-
heading the movement at the
Dead meeting of Congress.
Listen to
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Every Sunday at 11-12 KM.
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^y NOVEMBER 9. 1951
*-Jewist noridiar
PAGE 3 A
7/ Say...
.. m Churchill is probably the greatest polit-
E,.'. ol England since Oliver Cromwell. When
U born the British Empire had reached the
r.n of its power and prestige; willy-nilly he
Pt'n witnessing its rapid decline. The fore-
living personality, he continues to exercise
Siience for goud or evil on present and future
Lim'.V PRO-ZIONIST
' the same year as Chaim Weizmann, fate
have linked Churchill with the rebirth of
\ member of Lloyd George's war cabinet.
Bed for the Balfour Declaration. After the
|i Treaty, momentum gathered in England
k,,i |ge the Jewish homeland. The House of
to its reactionary instincts, voted in 1921
p. nalfour's famous proclamation. But in
Of Commons, Winston's magnificent ora-
efeated the resolution of the upper chamber
I],.,'." i d the way for the British Mandate over
frn.VG DOWN BALFOUR'S OBJECTIVES
It in 1922, Churchill landed Zionism an upper-
lich permanently knocked out Herzl's dream
ample Judei'stadt that would contain world
i- He lopped off Transpordan and forced Weiz-
consent to whittle down the Jewish homeland
lesser area West of the Jordan. He further
ed lown the Zionist aim of making Palestine
vKn as England is English. To silence the
outcry, he laid down the dictum that Jews
i Palestine as of right and not on sufferance.
IwHiTE PAPER .
I or out of power. Churchill professed his fnend-
tfor Zionism. The opportunity presented itself
[Chamberlain, umbrella in hand, knuckled un-
o Hitler at Munich and turned British policy
appeasement. If Czechoslovakia and Austria
bt thrown to the wolves then why not appease
Iri '-? His White Paper reduced Jewish immi-
bn t 15,000 per year until 1944; then the doors
tine would be shut airtight. Land purchase
evicted, subject only to Arab consent.
JSITION TO APPEASEMENT
ppos.ng this infamous document, Winston
Churchill's Dualism Towards The Jewish State
Churchill delivered one of his greatest speeches. In
the House of Commons he declared: "As one in-
timately and responsibly concerned in the earlier
stages of our Palestine policy, I could not stand
by and see solemn engagements into which Britain
has entered before the world, set aside for reasons
of administrative convenience orand it will be a
vain hopefor the sake of a quiet life. I should feel
personally embarrassed in the most acute manner if
I lent myself, by silence or inaction, to what I
must regard as an act of repudiation. .
"There is much in this White paper which is
alien to the spirit of the Balfour Declaration, but I
will not trouble about that. 1 select the one point
upon which there is plainly a breach and repudiation
of the Balfour Declarationthe provision that Jewish
immigration can be stopped in five years' time by
the decision of an Arab majority. .
"What is that but the destruction of the Balfour
Declaration? What is that but a breach of faith?"
THE SECOND WORLD WAR
The good faith behind these grand words was
soon to be tested. Notwithstanding Chamberlain's
assurance of peace in our lifetime, Hitler did attack
and Britain found herself in another World War.
Six years earlier, Adolf Shickelgruber had started
his war against the Jews. To escape concentration
camps they fled Germany, only to find all borders
closed. World War II set them on top of an ex-
ploding volcano. Suddenly a bright flash of hope
lit up their dark sky; Winston Churchill became
Prime Minister. He of all people would understand;
he would relax the White paper, at least sufficiently
to permit the storm tossed refugees to enter Pales-
tine. Surely, he would remember the Balfour Dec-
laration, the Mandate, his own speeches.
BREACH OF TRUST
Never was a people destined to experience greater
disillusionment. The coffin ships sailed from port
to port, seeking landings for refugees fleeing the
gas chambers. Humane Britain, which had accepted
the mandate' to prepare Palestine for the Jewish
homeland, would certainly open the port of Haifa.
But Churchill refused. The unseaworthy Patria and
Struma sank, filled with Jewish men, women and
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
children. Those who landed "illegally" in Palestine
were transported to concentration camps on the
prison island of far away Mauritius. All efforts t)
form a Jewish army division were blocked untiL
near the War's close. When it became apparent that
six million Jews were being exterminated in Hitler's
death camps, nothing was done beyond rising a mo-
ment in the House of Commons for silent prayer
WINNIE'S SULKING
During the stirring days of the U.N. partition,
the founding of Medinat Israel, and the Jewisii war
of Independence, Churchill maintained an ominous
silence. It is true that he was no longer head of thi
Government. But even as leader of the Conservative
opposition, his words commanded more respect than,
the speeches of Ernest Bevin, Clement Atlee, and
all politicos of the Labor Party. Perhaps he was em-
bittered at the killing of Lord Moyne by Jewish
fanatics. After the two British sergeants were
hanged by Irgun terrorists, Churchill is said to have
declared that never again would he raise his voice
in behalf of Jews.
THE ARAB LEAGUE MISFIRES
Again Winston is Prime Minister. Will he act
as a statesman towards Israel, or nurse petty
grudges? The presence of Anthony Eden in his cab-
inet is none too reassuring. The Premier's friendship
for his Foreign Minister is well known. It was Eder.
who accomplished the impossible in organizing the
Arab League, possibly with the help of Churchill,
though both knew that opposition to Zionism was
the only common denominator for uniting Arabs.
To secure Arab good will it was quite all right to
sacrifice Jewish loyalty.
The Arab League was their monumental mis-
calculation. This Cabal could not prevent the for-
mation of Israel. It did, however, keep anti-British
rancor in ferment, resulting in Egypt "trying to
drive the English out of Suez and Sudan. Nor did
the steal of Transjordan bring lasting benefits.
Hatred of the British is the grande passion of the
new half-wit king of Jordan. Will Winston Church-
ill continue Bevin's policy of using Israel as a pawn
to obtain Arab favor? We shall soon see.
Hebrew Academy pupil. Rose Berman, won the honor of
uth cf thv Month when the Miami Beach Exchange Club con-
red lhe award at its recent luncheon in the Saxony. The pres-
tation was made by Dr. Robert Litowitx. Rose. 12. is the
ughter of Mrs. Ruth Berman. 1230 Alton Road, and has been
lending the Acadtemy for 4 years.
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Stanley, and > daughter. Mrs. /. K"ss Services were at the Beach
Memorial Chapel. 1*50 Alton no?"-
Rabiil Joseph Naint officiating. In-
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tery.
MQIA OUSCHEWITZ
6ft, 1050 Michigan Avenue, died last
October L''">th. He is survived by nw
wife, Elsie, and by two slatera, Mrs.
Harrs Barrat and Mm. Charles Cohan.
The remains were sent by Beacll
Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Roaa,
Miami Beach, to Indianapolis for serv-
ices and Interment.
Bandel Says Ho
IIiins On Record
City Commissioner Louie
Bandel said in a recent talk that
he is campaigning for re-elec-
tion on the basis of his record
during his first two years in of-
fice.
Bandel has been an outspoken
critic of public housing and
equally vigorous in his demand
for slum clearance. It was Ban-
del who introduced the slum
clearance ordinance more than ]
a year ago which provides that
all sub-standard housing be con-
demned.
He pointed out thai during his
two years in office he has led
the fight for a complete treat-
ment ptent for sewage disposal
and the interceptor system, for
the new incinerator and the is-
suance of bonds for its complet-
ion.
Bandel also spearheaded such
other progressive movements as
the 331.87 miles of sidewalks
which would stretch from Miami
past St. Augustine if laid end
to end, and for the 57.35 miles of
street paving. Among the other
accomplishments he listed the 10
new "tot" parks with many more
in the planning stage and the
continuation fo Bayfront Park
music concerts.
"No one is ever in doubt on
how I stand on any public is-
sue," Bandel said.
Eban Dinner Sunday
(Continued from Page 1 A)
pointmer.t as chief delegate to the
United Nations.
While preparing for Eban's vis-
it to Greater Miamione of only
four American cities he will visit
this yearthe local Israel Bond
drive moved into high gear for
its fall campaign. Zvi Englander.
Israel banker and former na-
i tional Zionist executive, spoke
before the Israel Zionist District
of Miami Beach, the Coral Gab-
les Jewish Center, the Exchange
Club of Miami Beach and other
organizations during the week.
He also addressed a report
meeting of the Council of Organ-
izations at the Royal Palm Hotel,
telling them that the best secur-
ity for Israel Bonds "is the peo-
ple of Israel themselves. They ve
never defaulted on a single pay-
ment of interest or principal and
they never shall," Englander
stated.
The Israel banker compared
Miami Beach's climate and archi-
tecture to Israel's repeatedly. He
is staying at the Strath Haven
Hotel at Miami Beach until his
departure for Daytona Beach
Sunday morning.
Latest figures on Israel Bonds
1 sold in South Florida show a
! total of $665,300 to date.________
; Seeks To Block German
Federation Admittance
LONDON (JTA)The Israeli
delegation to the fourteenth gen-
eral assembly of the International
' Pharmaceutical Federation un-
I successfully sought to block ad-
mission of Germany into the Fed-
Jeration on the grounds that "rep-
resentatives of a people who used
i women and children as guir.ea
I pigs for aims of pseudo-science
| were not fit to be received into
; an international organization," it
I was learned here recently.
Dr. J. Kohlberg, president of
the Israel Pharmaceutical Assoc:-
| ation. who headed his country's
delegation to the Assembly, said
he had invited the federation to
hold one of its future conferences
in Israel. Dr. Kohlberg left for
: the United States where he hopes
to organize a Jewish pharmaceu-
tical giowp affiliated to the
I bodv with headquarters in Israel.
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+Jelsimu*Hzr
FRIDAY, NOVemrpp
EDITORIAL
A H*-"\ .ilii.ii ion
It seems fitting that the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation's acquisition of the old Beth David Syna-
gogue quarters should take place immediately
prior to the celebration of American Education
Week. Beginning Sunday, one week after a
deed-signing ceremony which formally trans-
ferred title of the quarters to the Bureau the en-
lire country will set itself to examinina our Ameri-
o school system its practices and deals.
N lie traditionally it is considered that a
- :. fstem wholeheartedly spon-
been a pert of our way
o: lif foundina. this sup-
a fa The life-story o: Horace
attests most this falsehood.
1 v .-. ccceptir.g the respcr.s::
of edu illy underprivileged citi-
Mann the brilliant .i.teilec: and politician.
fortunately understood the relationship between
... unbiased tuitioniess primary education and
the continuation of a vigorous, democratic cul-
ture; he understood that without a well-informed
citizenry no representative government could
iong continue to function. It was clear to Mann
that ignorance of the many would induce a col-
lapse of the delicate, power-separating form the
American federation had accepted and that in
its place would be substituted the tyranny of uni-
lateral leadership. Again fortunately, Mann ap-
plied his cunning in a positive direction. Taking
no advantage of his insight to further personal
political ambition as others might have done,
he entered into the> tedious campaign whose end
was the birth of a sound public education system.
But there are those today who deplore what
they consider Horace Mann's misdirected cun-
ning. Their purpose is to further the hiatus that
already unhappily exists between our school's
practices and ideals. Armed with the means to
distort Mann's intuitive insight, they speak loudly
about democracy and freedom while conniving
to restrict through solipsistic motivations what
they laud. That their machinations have already
eer. extended into our classrooms, and to some
legree successfully, makes the situation more
tening "nan ever. The most bitterly humor-
ous ever.: in this connection occured recently
hen Graduate studects at the University of
Wisconsin carried the text of the historic Declar-
.: Independence from doorstep to doorstep,
asking that the document be signed; three out
-,: lour people approached refused on grounds
the document's seditious character. Locally,
The Vital Commuiiii v
The 1952 Community Chest Camoainn
at a time when our budgets are ahe a M
cilessly taxed by governmental needs H
In the seeming holocaust of internationn, j
pute. our communities and its furction* I *
be set aside. They cater to us dire^S"*
more efficiently than the far distant -m
federal agencies. Perhaps less ql-tterinr- ,^1
nevertheless are the immediate if miniate A
Iicas of these agencies and require erJi^i
liegiance. ua *l
The local Community Chest has as '
the collection of S976.000 durinc the nettH
weeks. Over 6,000 men and women will voU
teer their services to gather this sum W^
the contributions of Greater Miami citizens'*!
projects depending upon the Chest for fa2
will find themselves incapable of continuinnZ
work. No resident can presume, to conside-il
his duties are fulfilled by payment of recuy
debts alone. Such a presupposition denies S.
spirit of communal living.
THE JEWISH CLAIM
cases are not uncommon where Jews and Ne-
groes have been defamed by city-employed
teachers before impressionable young minds.
It is know that KKK elements have also infil-
trated to spew their venom in the name of anti-
Communism. This must force us cynically to re-
gard a recent Miami press conference lauding
American Education Week where much was said
about the wonders of free education but where
the dangers threatening such education were ig-
nored. It is equally well known that among
higher education circles, professors fear to ex-
press ideals any longer lest they be accused of
being un-American.
Fear to speak out is symptomatic of vital
disease. It represents lack of faith in America's
ability to defend itself against the challenge of
those who seek to destroy its philosophy. Such
fear is dangerous at another level: it engenders
silence often confused with complacency, a state
which has been the downfall of many cultum
The repression of American freedom in its cl
rooms as in other areas of its existence isM|
antidote against those who cunningly seek|
destroy these very freedoms. It is precisely thi I
problem with which American Education Weekl
must concern itself.
The establishment of the Bureau of Jewish I
Education in its own quarters at this time issym-l
bolic of a step in the direction of maintaining tht I
tradition of free study. Existing only seven yean
the Bureau has already established itself as o I
sponsor of educative ideals. While it has cl
fined its major interests to the field of Jewail
research, its methods of unifying curricula, citr-l
wide school programs, book weeks and obscnJ
ances, all embrace the philosophy that enlight-l
enment is essential to human understanding!
development. We welcome the Bureau's com-l
ing of age. The times are frought with vicionl
currents. That it will not limit in practice what I
it attests to as aim, will bespeak its ultimaltl
strength. No fears must beset the Bureau'il
teachings and guidance, for fetgr breeds hysteria I
the bed in which gullibility lies. By example, thi|
Bureau must demonstrate that the bowing befoul
intimidation in the name of Americanism is a|
denial of belief.
Conference Views
i the problems |

-
' ..
. | .
Si Mutual Defei
M El
"is a not
relatioi
that at tl
sec r i t pi
M lie East best
trengther.ee ,

Id."
Mr Eban I
" '"' f the I'm ted
''
' ight that your
pali : assistii
: ran) and
lidal onomy
no\ tl <.::. ial poll
ent and tl ,- 0f
United Si ite
Arab Fears
Congressman Franklin D
Roose It, .;. '. ; yori i ak-
ing his fust public address on Is-
rael r.-turning : -.
from a isit to the new
State and to numbei of Arab
tates told the Conference that
" in that part of I
hinges on th-
aggression pact
. hich 1 nited Stat
r vould be
' iish-
nt of a military command as
. of the North At
mization.
: the fail
Arab S1 iti
I tl threat ::
to the fret
>ut at the "consuming
red of the Arab L< :
The Arabs," he -
"watch fearfullv the Jev
of unl
ling that "logical n ason has
n replaced bj tion il de-
iguei v."
He stressed that "it is quite ob-
vious that, if left to their own
the natioi the Mid-
.
t and that the
^"Al t act if stabil-
and peace an to i ome to that
-.rid.
Ni Yoik Co:.
I that "1 t Is-
iti internal
lt.ii
He ; inted >ut that "Israel to-
in thi t of a sea of
f< ar" and that its ef-
l a pi eful eco my
must I ii wed against what he
..... political instability
ost i vi rj Aab country from
Iran I V... pt"
Ml R noted that "in re-
whenever any
' *' I n -. inclina-
tion toward resolation of diffi-
mplex problems, he has
en immediately liquidated by
extn me and ten risti ele-
ment
}{ made a number of recom-
datiom for achieving pi
and prosperity in tl I Middle
East which would also
foi Israel.
These proposals, in addition to a
NATO sponsored non-aggression
pact, included:
(1) Finar for the
ettlement of Arab Refugees
through the United Nations Pal-
tine 1 ion.
An enlarged technical as-
progran ially in
' the I or-Point
tl tion, although he
le plain that
direct grant-in-aid to
heArabSta' the
penditure of the fund i- to be
' nutely .- United
ifficiab "
Cooperation Asked
um Goldmjnn. I
: the Jev for
I the ('
__
Ived" and I
51
being financed ;
large degree by [ng by a
kind of I an it -mouth op-
tion."
He emphasized that in this
risis "it would be naive to as-
sume that the United Palestine
losing its importance."
asserting that "the contrary is
true so lore as large-scale im-
ll n continues."
The Jewish Agency Chairman
appealed for a continued high
level of cooperation among Amer-
ican Jews in the effort to sustain
Israel during this difficult period.
It. this connection, he termed
the United Palestine Appeal "a
great binding force in American
h life." adding that the UPA
as set a pattern for the co-
operation of Jewish groups of
varied ideology on a basis of com-
mon action."
Dr. Goldmar.n said also that
"it would be a misfortune were
American Jewry to be regimented
and streamlined ideologically, if
all political and social difference
among American Jews were to
disappear."
"This would mean the end of
intellectual ar.d spiritual develop-
ment of the American Jewish
community." he declared.
He stressed support by Amer-
ican Jews of the United Palestine
Appeal and the United Jewish
Appeal -is possible only on the
of mutual respect, toler-
ance and understanding," and
that "no group has the right to
make its cooperation with the
UPA :. : t: e L'JA dependent up-
on the acceptance of its ideas bv
other
Thii support of the United
Appeal at this time is
ially crui ial, he said, be-
nancial assets available
' Israel was
by now been
up."
I that the new
tured and
in The new
luctive more
'-ting the mto
arrive in
quires greater invest-
in housing and equip-
ment."
"The population of Israel has
already done all, and more, that
could be expected of it," he de-
clared. "Unless immigration is to
be greatly reduced, which means
delivering hundreds of thousands
of Jews to persecution, there is
only one way to meet these in-
creasing burdens. "There must be
a commensurate increase in the
contributions and efforts of the
Jewish outside of Israel, and es-
pecially of the United States."
Benjamin G. Brody, President
of the Zionist Organization of
America and of the Palestine
Foundation Fund, constituent
body of the UPA, asserted that
, 'Without President Truman's
warm concern and practical co-
operation. Israel might have
foundered and fallen by the way-
side." t
Mr. Browdy stressed also that
the Jewish communal effort to
help Israel through support of
the United Palestine Appeal and
the United Jewish Appeal repre-
i ser.ts an important extension of
American foreign policy.
"In our work for Israel," he de-
clared, "we are helping to carry
| out a vital aspect of the foreign
policy of this Government under
,the leadership of President Tru-
man."
The ZOA President told the
Conference that "Israel repre-
sents a positive symbol in a
world where a vast host of nega-
tive forces have been unhsashed,"
stating that "violence, disorder
and government by bullet, panic
, and fanaticism are the order of
the day" in Egypt and in Iran.
In this atmosphere, he declared.
"Israel has consistently favored a
peace settlement with those Arab
States that started a war against
it."
He urged that the United Na-
tion! i mn forthrightly the
attempts ol the Arab countries to
ive themselves from the
framework of international law
II ll :
The Jewish Agency for Pales-
functional arm in Israel of
the United Palestine Appeal, re-
quire- ,, total of $550,000,000 dur-
ing the next three years to car-
ry out its immigration and re-
settlement program, Berl Locker,
Chairman of the Jewish Agency
Executive in Jerusalem, disclosedl
in a cabled message to IMJ
conference he i
He stressed that the 'measiw
of the need" and the "burden o(
the tasks" ahead represent the
"measure of the responsibility
which lies on the shoulders ot
the United Palestine Appeal."
The $700,000,000 which UP*
agencies have raised during ft
past fifty years Mr. Locker said.
has been the "basic cap'
abling Palestine and Israeli
create the indispensable cona-
tions for immigration ar.d absorb
tion."
Dr. Harris J. Levine, preside
of the Jewish National Fu
UPA constituent, in outlining t
projected plan for tne reorgan*
tion of the United Palestine Ap-
peal as adopted by the **
Zionist Congress last summer
Jerusalem, explained that ho*-
ganization would receive W
ating funds either from, the fl*
ist Congress or its Actions Con-
mittee rather than from tne w
peal.__________________i
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vJewisti fk rid inn
PAGE 5 A
LET'S RE-ELECT
LOUIE
BANDEL
City Commissioner
His Outstanding Record
Merits Your Support!
! -
Native Floridian
.? O MARCHot DIMES
ii
Community Leader
Wartime Service
No. 1 Sports fan.
A native Floridian. MM II- IIVMM I was born at
Jacksonville. He has been a resident of Miami since
1926. practicing law here since I9JI0.
I.OI II: BANDEL is a member of B'nai B'rith. Beth
Ilavid Congregation. .11ahi Shrine. Elks and numerous
other fraternal orders. He was an original director
of the Bade County Blood Bank, is active in March of
Bimes campaigns and is a member of the State Tu-
berculosis Board.
An attorney of note. MM IE It VMM I. was named a
Miami city judge in 1910. serving in that capacity for
10 years, when he resigned to run for the city commis-
sion two years ago. His traffic court radio broadcasts
gained nationwide publicity.
Family Man
During World War II. BAN BEL served overseas in the
C S. Merchant Marine and was chairman of the Allied
Masonic War Bond Drive. He is a member of the Coast
.iiaril Temporary Deserve.
There is seldom a sporting event in this area which
KM li: BANDEL does not attend. He has earned the
title of "Miami's No. I Sports Fan." is a commissioner
in the Little League baseball system and frequently
contributes of his time and money to help organise
sports for youngsters.
Above all else. MM II HANDEL i> a family man. He
married the former Priseilla Hittner and they have
a five-year-old son. Frank. They live at 1880 S. W.
15th Street.
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AS YOU KNOW:
Back from her Canadian summer is impresario Ruth C. Brol-
r.an. Ruth made her first public appearance ihe Patrice Munsel
night of the University of Miami symphony and almost all
the Welcome-Homes were punctuated with the query: "How's
your mother?" .
The query followed us right through Dubrow's, too and
you'll forgive rr.e this immodest noteI reallv can't help it!be-
cause this was the only column in the area which carried newt
. at Ruth's mother thereby proving conclusively that by
gosh, we've accumulated readers .
Ruth's special guests were her Montreal in-laws. Harry and
Devorah Adeland of the jewelry clan. Devorah is that stunningly
lovely creature who wore sensational rhinestone ear-rings curved
completely over her shell-like ears. I was dying of envy all
evening She and Harry make such a handsome couple they
caught all eyes at the Saxony where they've been stopping .
later over coffee we were joined by bandleader Barry Davis
you i\?member him from his hit rhythms at Lake George's Saga-
more and by Jack Goshen who runs the Shelborne's met-
zanine "little drugstore" Jack's now in his own bachelor
quarters.
HOTEL ROW:
Advertising expert Charlie Friedlander dived for New York to
spend three days consulting with his firm over their 32 local hotel
>unts Ate Mednuk is redecorating his Shipley Houl with
"new management" improvements Very pleasant gal is Mrs.
Friedman who operates her Royce apartment hotel on Euclid Ave.
The Atlantic Beach's Sam Weisrr.an succeeds former owner
Harold Norman Busy at his Hotel Bentley is Benjamin Rosoff .
Planning big for a large-scale season are the Nautilus' Harry
Dinnerstein. Charlie Yavers and Irving Pollack. Have you drifted
through their hotel lately? Its perfection in color hues still makes
me catch my breath THANK YOU to Jack Newmark. on the
hotel beat for the Miami Daily News for sending that newsclip.
You're a darling to have thought of me Flat denial of any
I the Grossing! r Hotel and Country Club is carried also in a
ent issu< : H I : Gazette, trade journal, 'it has not been sold
sold during the lifetime of anv member of the
the pronouncement, to dispel what V.
as a persister i
NOTES AND QUOTES:
'- '' B in F W ': she's Gertrude to hundreds':
.."..: .'. rks | leadershij es! We're
: it's n : ial', it's .. straight
s sei .- .:-..: : tiny luiti n of how to ha.-.dle
se and nfidence!" Sponsoring
Sisl ; '.'. n a .' ish Center.
North Shore J enter. M B J< .-' Centi r .
From popular Tory Loeb. of Paramount's Famous Studios:
'. in here in St. Francis Hospital to shake off a virus that bogged
rr.e down in rainy New York. No sense in maybe bringing it right
home to our children." Two days later: "I'm home, feeling plenty
better feeling fire!" .
Frcrr. Fred Palmer: Sure, tell everybody my little magazine'
hits the public r.ixt week. Its name is Minor Key. You don't
say I didn't know Bill Jordan's Bar of Music had a room by
thai name It's a swell name. I think. Contributions came from
all :vei the country.? We're carrying two creative pieces by
Miamiam. Read us!" .
Fr nS Steri stein at the Greater Miami J< Uriah Federation:
' ties for the West
I it will t Hal Murray monologues
narge t lancing Abe Blumin reeling
_' P Ues Irving Finn handling tickets and that whiz.
: Miami as b:gtime production-head.
Satui Dec. 1 and 2 Oh. yes. for the best reasons
Id or. more classrooms to our building!" .
From Margaret and Ben Yomen: "Our new music school
en Alton Road is so exciting in musical methods that when the
Miami Herald's Doris Reno heard about it she was thrilled! My
tremendous interest is instilling a true sense of rhythm in smaller
children. Rhythm is so vital, it pervades all art. literature, life
and I believe a child must first be trained' in music, before he can
tell which musical instrument is really for him Ben Yomen
himself is so wonderful a teacher, with such great background
ard experience in liturgical music also, that we're both anticipat-
ingwe hope!flourishing, productive years."
SPOT JOTS:
J^-e Bill have sent out that printed flyer on their new
' :" ewith even Spark) Dalmatian wagging into the pic-.
You'll Si irky at 113 Collins Isle surrounded by Arthur
Robert Fl -erce and Bill HEBREW ACADEMY'S English ad-'
' masters' degrees in En*:!
I me spelll and i living recollections I Julia
si ry He d<_*sn't look old er.ough
" ng t rhat Gt net..:. n
Statuesque beauty is Evelyn Stone Dr. Abraham Wolfson
.'. in a seal of silence, which I hear is periodic with him. Is it
part of the vegetarian code, or what? I never knew of it. In
s.-.crt, he ain't talking. How long can we count on it? Absolutely
no. this is not malicious, you know me better than that. I thirst
for details .
LOVE TO KNOW what's happening with Sgt. Lawrence
Birger. son cf the Norman Birgers of N Y. 60th St. He returned
from Yokahoma. Korea interrupted what was becoming a brilliant
journalism career in Chicago ... At the attractive Hotel Pierre
you can reunion with your old friends, Ira acd William Gottlieb
brothers. They own it .Press representative Harry Bermm is
with IM Advetecls firm. Lincoln Road. .
T and I blush to adi
The for the Bes
- Fused that I had reakfast wit Brett
id to the Shelbor'-e I
I was the or.lv one present and
the Shell Friedman: -Aha. I am the nlj
the onlv oni Please let
-
'
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
1" : Washing! Avenue Msbsm B>ch
I 51 I.5 : cr <5-*891 (Evensafs)
.on o/ Crti-.e- riftwl \\iui HihzskruOi
University Gallery
Holds Film Show
The University of Miami-
Beaumont Lecture Hall will be I
the site on Sunday. 2:30 p m.. of
the first film-showing for mem- !
bers of the University Art Gal-
lery The films will be preceded
bv a five minute talk bv Allan
\ N b, Director of the Art Gal-
lery.
The program includes Lascaux:
The Cradle Of Man's Art. a film
in color of the pre-historic paint-
ings discovered in 1940, in the
CSVCS of southern France;
What Is Modern Art?, a film in
color photographed at the Mu-
seum of Modern Art in New York
City and reproducing a number
of its paintings which will pre-
sent the case for and against
modern art: and Farrebique. a !
film in black and white which j
photographs a single year in the '
existence of a French family.
The tilm program will run ap-
Ardmore
Mrs. Marvin Lieber
jTaran, Lieber Wed
In Sandlelight Rites
A Candlelight double Ting cere-
mo-y united in marriage Ger-
aldyne Lois Taran. daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Samuel H. Taran.
6520 Allison Road. Miami Beach,
and Marvin Lieber. son of Mr
and Mrs Meyer Lieber. 2921
Sheridan Avenue, at the Sherry
Frontenac last Saturday. Rabbi
Leon Kronish of Temple Beth.
Sholom officiated.
The bride wore an imported
chantilly lace gown. Her skirt
had inserts of candlelight satin
panels and extended into a chap-
gth train. She carried a
bouquet of orchids and white
r 5 with r firgertip ill
ied to an heirl n seed
pearl Juliet cap A family heir-
ond set platinum lava-
- a white lace hand-
hief complete the wedding
ble.
Maid of honor was Miss Janice
Simon of Chicago, cousin of the
tnde. Her gown was of silver
lace which covered blue nylon
ret. The Misses Sally Pesso, Rose
Ruddy. Marilyn Schuyler. all of
Miami Beach, were bridesmaids
The Misses Florence and Suzanne
Eisenstat acted as flower bearers.
Mr. Lieber is a graduate of the
University of Florida School of
Pharmacy. His bride is a grad-
uate of the Whitefield School.
A reception and formal dinner
followed the ceremony. The
couple left by plane to spend
their honeymoon in New Orleans.
Louisiana, and will make their
permanent residence at 600 S W.
10th Street. Miami.
Joint Dance, Picnic Of
Masada, Young Adults
A G^la Musical will be fea-
tured by the Miami Masada and
the Young Adult League of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter. 450 SW 16th Avenue, on
Monday. November 12th. at the
Center. Also scheduled is a Sadie
ins Dance for Saturdav.
17th. A joint picnic
:' How at Crar.dor. Park on
Sunday morning. > 18th..
ve the Center
at 10 30 a m.
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Monday. November -.Mh. I p.m.
Scrrentc HoUl
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Jevcith Ccnturnptivea
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Miss Sally Hom
Horn, Michaels To
Marry Next Spring
Mr and Mr- B.-rnara Hon J
28 Minorca Avenue. Coral hi
bles. announc. .-,. engagers*.;!
their daughter. Sally, U ui
Michaels. s< : Mri Gokl
Michaels. 2171 South WVt'jjj
Terrace.
Miss Horn is a graduate of J
ami Beach High School andfl
tended the University of Mia
Mr. Michaels is a "graduate j
Miami High S hcol and the Um
versity of Mia her-: -ewal
member of Phi Ec.-ilon P: Frawl
nity. He- in music drj
cles in the Gn Mi mi area.
The weddi: g will be a spnq
event
Myron
Edith Feldman
Betrothal Of Edith
Feldman, Cantor Seif
Mr So! Feldman. of 2045 SW.
6th Street. Miami, announces the
engagement of his daughter. Ed-
it;. Miriam, to Cantor Abraham
Seif erf Kneseth Israel Synagogue.
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High School and
is attending the University of
Miami. She teaches at the Miami
Jewish Center Nurserv and at the
Beth David Sunday School. She
is also a member of the Miami
Beach Masada, a former presi-
dent of Habonim Youth Organi-
zation and a leader of Zionist
Youth Groups.
Cantor Seif graduated from the
Yeshiva Or Torah at Stanislav.
Poland, the Medical Mohel School
and the Music School of Marien-
bad. Czechslovakia. He also grad-
uated from the Whitefield School
and is presently studying music
at the University of Miami. He
is a member of the Cantors As-
sociation of America and Canada
and of that association's Greater
Miami group.
The wedding will take place
on December 23rd.
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JAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1951
*Jewisti Meridian
PAGE 7 A
personally Speaking
Jjr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam, 956 S.W. 68th Avenue, an-
L'ce the birth of their children, Alan Lee and Nina, last No-
Lber 1st, at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr. Balsam is '
Ipaign secretary lor the Metropolitan unit of the Greater I
' -,[ Jewish Federation.
* *
|l)r. and Mrs. Seymour M. Blumenthal and daughters, |
Inor and Janet, are now at home in their new residence,
S W. 23rd Avenue.
* *
[Returned to their Miami Beach home after spending the
jays with relatives in St. Louis, and visiting otner northern
Is are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver, 710 S.W. 21st Road, have recently
med from a two-week stay in New York.
+ *
Reading many congratulatory messages on their 25th
hding anniversary are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant of 1769
I 6th Street.
+ + *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Bracker of 3321 S.W. 16th Terrace,
ai, announce the birth of their daughter, Mauri, who ar-
on November 3rd, at the Jackson Memorial Hospital.
* +
A son, George Steven, was born on October 30th, to Mr.
Mrs. Norman E. Sommers of 6341 S.W. 16th Terrace. He
ned at Doctors Hospital. Mrs. Sommers is the former Sarah
Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, pion-
Miami residents. Mrs. Mary Sommers of Patterson, New
iy. is the paternal grandparent.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz left this afternoon for a week-
stay in Jacksonville and Daytona Beach. On Saturday
^ning, Mrs. Soltz, who is president of the Southern Region
jnior Hadassah, will speak at a brunch which the Jackson-
unit of Junior Hadassah is planning. On Sunday afternoon,
5aytona Beach, she will bring greetings on behalf of Junior
flassah to the Florida Regional Senior Hadassah Confer-
te being held there.
* *
Hairy Levy, former theatrical ticket broker of New York
f, is now living on Miami Beach. He is doing public rela-
is work for the Mount Nebo Cemetery.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lieberman of 1713 Lenox Avenue,
Sm; Beach, have as their house guests for the winter Mrs.
oerman's father, Morris Goldstein of Brooklyn, and Mrs.
^ Goldstein of the Bronx, New York.
* *
Bubba F. Alber and daughter. Mrs. Celia Levin, 624 S.W.
Avenue, will be at home all day tomorrow to welcome
taks. A recently published book, Liteh, by Dr. Sudarsky,
gaining pictures and maps of the European area, will be
jilable to her guests for perusal.
* *
Tom Benner, Jr., of South Miami, was wed to Miss Iola
in yesterday. Mr. Benner is a member of the Jewish Floridian
If.
* + *
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel, spiritual leader of the Kneseth
Bel Congregation, Miami Beach, will fly to New York early
pday morning in order to dedicate a monument to the mem-
of the late Benjamin Rothbard, former president of the
|ted Synagogue of Hoboken, New Jersey. Rabbi Cassel
fed the large congregation before coming to Miami Beach.
[ will be back on Wednesday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Barnett of 3351 S.W. 21st Street, announce
i birth of their daughter who arrived last Sunday night. Ma-
nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mendelsohn, prominent
Bmi Beach restaurateurs.
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Members of Temple Israel's committee who will play host
to the Southeast Council, Union of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions and Sisterhoods which will meet for a Bienn.-l Convention
at the Casablanca Hotel on November 18th. First row. left to
right: Mesoames Max Meisel. chairman of Luncheon and Ban-
quet; Leopold L. Schwartz, chairman Southeast Regional Con-
vention; Albert A. G.'een, chairman of Souvenirs; Max Holtsberg.
chairman of Floral Decorations. Back row, left to right: Mes-
dames Norman A. Rossman. chairman of Reservations and Regis-
trations; Elry Stone, chairman of Badges; Harry V. Simons, Re-
ception chairman; and Henry Hirsch. Union-grams chairman.
Romesa Rosen thai
Weds George Cohen
A double ring ceremony united
in marriage the newlywed Ro-
mesa Rosenthal Cohen to George
Cohen last Saturday evening in
the Mimai Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ed.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Sophie Rosenthal of 1502
N.E. 1st Avenue. Mr. Cohen is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
min Cohen. 2454 S.W. 13th Street.
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son, Fred, to take place tomorrow
morning at the Beth David Syn-
agogue.
The Bar Mitzvah is a senior
student at the Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School. A reception in
his honor will be held on Sun-
day from 2 to 5 p.m. No formal
invitations have been issued.
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*Jeist fkridiar
FRIDAY,
Martin Buber To Be
Visiting Lecturer At
Jewish Seminary
lessor Martin Buber of the
Hebrew University, JerusaV
lar. author and interpreter
ol Jewish myst ind Hasid-
ism, arri in New V rk City
n October 31st. 1 eliver a ser-
ies o: lee:. res .-. Visiting Pi
si y at Th<
Thi gical S ary oi
America .: rding
. ...- Finkelstein. C llor ol
:. e S-. n inai
The distinguii
is Professor of S
I Hi n Unit i sity, will
P^H
\1
JL1
W u. 9
1 KmI C'
Prof. Martin Buber
deliver the !<>5:-52 Israel Gold-
stein Lectures at the Seminar) n
rember 15th. 19th and 27tri
subjects will bi Judaism
And Civilization: The Appeal To
igion; and The Dialogue be-
tween Heaven And Earth.
In addition to ihi -
as i\ the Seminary. Professor
I .an; havl already taken
him tt Cleveland. Oh.K. a here
spoke : iti r i a y a* the
on December 9th,
- re will address an audi-
".-...: S
Ir. Jar.usry. 1952. Profes-
- : E. urn
f Ju laism. the Serr.-
br inch in Los
.-. r vail 1
tne Grad^. Sch nd deliver
series U tures He is
n America
: 1952
: Bub is known par-
jlarly : r his new interpre-
. a philosophy
. has had a profound influ-
r. Western thought He
has written more than twenty
. lines 0 VSX10UI aspects of
Fi 1916-1924. he
was editor of De. Jude. t.-.e lead-
ing organ o: German-speaking
Jewry. Ir. the decade between
:!i23-i933. at the University of
Frankfort. Germany, he occupied
trie only chair for Jewish Philos-
(phy of Religion and Ethics in
<-. German, university He emi-
grated to Palestine with the ad-
vent of the Nazis, where he has
lived and worked since.
##r. Hirsh Talk*
At Mount Sinai
Dr Joseph Hirsh of New York.
Mid-
Board of the He-
iversity-Hadassah v.. l
ical School, Jerusalem, add:
a meeting of physicians on behalf
: An ncan Jewish I
ciar.s' C ttei al Miami
M unt Sinai H< spital last
Wednesday evening Dr Hirsh
:: Medji I P: '- <" An J
Pt -- In b
After spending six weeks n
Dr Hirsh
brought back an analysis
; nedical
: : : II
Medi rd to
set ol
.. rd : lu-
xecutive
MAR Dr Hirsh
ilitat-
I Ha-
under
an I
States 1
test Ai


.re at pre* M
si
','nited
S1 tes
'. Jew-
ish PI was
i nized at this meeting Dr.
:... v. Lt

Tire Production Slated
For Israel In 1952
DAYTON. Ohio t JTAPro-'
duction of tires and tubes a: the
a plant of the Alliance Tin
and Rubcer Company Ltd. will
early in 1952. Arthur Taub-
man. president and chairman of
:: Alliance board, announced
recently.
Construction of the 100.000
square foot plant will be com-
in 60 days, Mr Taubman
said. The plant, occupying a 35-
. site, will have a daily ca-
pacity of 500 tires and 500 tubes
in all standard passenger and
truck sizes Six additional build-
ings covering about 40.000 square
feet, are also under construction.
Alliance Tire and Rubber Corn-
is capitalized at S2.900.000
-.vned equally by an
investment group and
the Histadruth. the
Federation of Is-
F.r.gineers of the Dayton
Rubber Company will supervise
training and production in the
initial stages, and the Dayton
company will be retained as tech-
nical adviser. A number of em-
ployees and executives of the Is-
raeli form are already receiving
training here.
Hadassah Meeting
(Continued from Page 1 At
lanta. Youth Director. Southern
Zionist Youth Commission, is
scheduled to present a session on
activities I R Goodman.
Miami Beach, chairman. Ameri-
can Zionist Council of South
Florida, will speak on Zionist
Public Relations.
Rtgional officers participating
in the program include Mis- Lil
lian Goodman. Miami Beach. vi
president of the Florida Region,
who will preside at the Business
and Professional Women's
NOVEMBER!
Beach Jewish Center Holds C<
Of Adult Studies; Lists Curricuk
Rabci Irving Lehrman. spirit- brew The Nai
ual leader cf ,the Miami Beach |acci. ,ai.4
Jewish Ci nter last week affic- and
" wrtifi.
ially opened the first session of'prop:
th Center's newest department. Thi :. inclulf^
of Adult Jew

25 Years Ago
JERUSALEM Jewish immi-
gration to Palestine during the
last 11 months amounted to
21.280.
A'etr Motional Director j
Of Combined Campaign
Record Ballot 1m
I V\|M'i'I XOV. \
A vote of 128.197 ballots is ex-
ted to be recorded during the
ity com primaries on No-
20th. and during the run- '
ster. according to an.
ade by Donald
to Regisratmn
farl Holmei Jr.
The record fi|
. _.- red vol

25.969
In
2.19" .
.
1 20th.
voters outside
v tinue to reg-
r on the county books. Only
no have not signed perm-
t cards or who have changed
Iresses are required to register.
-.uted.
As yet. no check has been made
determine the number of city
perty owners eligible to vote
r. the SI 1.700.000 in bond issues.
City Clerk Frank L. Correll will
unce the eligibility follow-
,-g his request for a certificate
a ing the number of freehold-
:,n the books. A majority of
K freeholders must partici-
pate in the bond vote in order to
rr.ake the bond issuance legal.
Tolnff Pllkintfton Studio
Mrs. Murry Grossman
breakfast: Mrs. Albert Morrell.
Orlando, regional vice preside nt.
who will be chairman of a ses-
sion for coordinated fund-rais-
ing: Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mi-
ami Beach, regional bulletin and
publicity chairman, who will con-
duct a special session on these
subjects; Mrs. Carl Brukenfeld.
Palm Beach, regional board mem-
ber, who will conduct a session
on American Affairs and Public-
Relations of which she is chair-
man: and Mrs. Michael Hinden.
Sarasota. regional membership
chairman, who will conduct a
membership Workshop session.
Local participants include Mrs
Milton Sirkin, past president of
the Greater Miami Chapter, who
will be installing officer at the
banquet: Mrs. Irwin Wemstein.
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter, who will conduct a
workshop session highlighting
Leadership. Education. Program
and Film; Mrs. Isabel S Altholz;
Mrs. A. Benton Greene; Mrs Ber-
nard Stevens: Miss Marguerite
Marks: Mrs. Samuel Sakrais;
Mrs Lewis Escott: Mrs. Max
Weitt; Mrs. Bernard Goldberg:
Mrs. Jacob Davis. Mrs. Harry
Magid; Mrs. Nat Waldman: Mrs.
Harry Kaplan, and Mrs. Louis
Goldman.
Mrs. Sidney Gluckman. Dav-
tona Beach, is Conference chair-
man and Mrs. Philip Rothenberg.
co-chairman- Mrs. Benjamin
. Bear, president of the Daytona
i Beach Chapter, will lead a" local
contingent of 134 members.
The College
Studies.
This year's record registra- Mrs Min s :k,(f v
tion arri attendance is verv grat- Freedman and Mr cT
lfvir.g'. said Rabbi Lehrman. Liebman. T'-.e Center r
"and I hope that all members of tee which :.a-Wi tL\
the community will take advan- f Adult .. Educatia
i of the opportunity offered clurii '; ~ ,0UJ ^
Bi *ne Center to share the cul- chair- Messrs i
tural heritage of our people and BMkm. c
xpand our knowledge of Jew- Kronsb.:. Julius J
world affairs ter, G-. TalianSj
The College is an outgrowth of ? r'
the successful Adult Jewish In- r"1K an" rhl -' ;t Ha-k
stiiute conducted by the Center Pr :' 5 rey J.
during the past few years and berg Rmwi
will be affiliated with the Na- will .. eri^l
tional Academy for Adult Jewish
Studies of the Jewish Theologic-
al Seminary of America. Cours-
. | will be offered each Wednes-
day evening from 8 to 10 p.m..
in the Center School Building
and will be divided into two
semesters: November 7th to De-
cember 26th. and March 5th to
April 30th.
Among the courses offered are
The Jewish Way Of Life', deal-
ing with the vital aspects of
being a Jew today: Great Figures
In Jewish History, a survey of
great Jewish personalities; Con-
temporary Jewish Life, an analy-
sis of contemporary Jewish is-
sues; Modern Hebrew Language.
Elementary. Intermediate and
Advanced: and Prayerbook He-
Miami Chapter, AJC
A regular meeting of the Miami
Chapter. American Jewish Con-
gress, has been rescheduled be-
cause of the Thanksgiving holi-
day and will be held on Wednes-
day. November 14th, 1:30 p.m.,
at the Syrian Lebanon Club.
Norman R. Lyons, attorney and
radio commentator, will be guest
speaker.
To Permit Exodus
LONDON (JTA) Reports
reaching here from Warsaw say-
that Polish authorities will soon,
permit Polish Jews over 60 years
of age who are "unnecessary to
. Poland's industries" to leave for
Israel.
It was also reported here that
M.Albrecht. chairman of the Na-
tional Council of Warsaw has
received the new Israel Minister
to Poland. Dr. Leon Kubovy.
Ilatlen affecting Jewish emigra-
tion from Poland to Israel were
discussed at their meeting, it was
understood.
Tropical Lodge B'nji I
enrolls its first new
during the Anniversary i
bership drive which got
way recently ai a kd|
breakfast held at the I
restaurant. Shown sij
entree blanks is Monte I
of Miami Beach, a recentd
uate of the University all
ida. Giving his approval j
Budd Cutler. Lodge
ship chairman.
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Irving S. Schneider of New
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Campaign Director of the
S2.265.000 Campaign of the Un-
ion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and the Hebrew Un-
ion College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, it was announced by
Isidor Coons. Executive Vice-
Chairman. Previously the di-
rector of the Greater New York
Combined Campaign for the
national institutions of Reform
Judaism. Mr. Schneider has. in
the past, been associated with
the Allied Jewish Appeal in
Philadelphia and the National
and New York United Jewish
Appeal.
The Rockachaiz shown above retails for S98.00 Smartly rylcd
end *#'
s reiam ior S3B.UU amaruy 'i- mMan',B*l
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Uy, NOVEMBER 9, 1951
*Jewist) fkm-lfUnn
PAGE 9 A
Idassah Launches
[mbership Drive
L thousand new members is
of a membership drive
l|i will be launched by the
ltd Miami Chapter of Hadas-
|,h, Women's Zionist Organ-
\x\ ol America, from Monday,
Ember 19th. to Monday, No-
b, i 26th, it was announced
it luncheon and brief-
,,,n held at the home of
[Morris Alpert. 3930 N. Mer-
j iuc, Miami Beach. The
[ p campaign will fea-
kfast meetings, lunch-
. canvassing and mass
ll:u nts.
I b that a successful
|l,. : .,, drive was of the
f. portance, Mrs. Alpert
. more than ever must
Igsi nembers and all other
I u| good will help Is-
i p as a bastion of dem-
t\ ... the Mi.idle East, for
I is a time when democracy
V ng one of its gravest
1 Each new member will
_ urn task easier." Mrs. Al-
len 11 1 upon Miami and Mi-
I Beach Hadassah to make
1952 a record enrollment
, to highlight the organi/.a-
i fortieth anniversary.
Js. Carl Weinkle has donated
I tea bags, one each to be sent
invitations to the coming
functions, Mrs. Arthur Si-
publicity coordinator an-
Iced.
Vihsnkl
Teen Age liroup
Bias Country Fair
The Fall opening of the Teen
Age Club season gets under way
at the Beach Y with a gala Coun-
try Fair sponsored bv the Amicus
Girls Club.
The Fair will feature dancing
and country-style refreshments.
The president of the group is Miss
Sandy Barson, and the advisor is
Miss Leila Gross.
The Fair will be held tomor-
row evening, 8 p.m., at the Y,
1536 Bay Road.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens~as*e
in business under the fictltlouii
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B. Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor
Islands, Dade County, I '.. Intends
to register said name with the Cle k
of the i 'lrcull Coui i of I >ade I'
Florida
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Attorneys for Applicant
ISO Lincoln Road
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Ardmore
Shown left, is Mrs. Morris Alpert, membership coordinator
for Hadassah's new member drive, displaying to Mrs. Irwin
Weinsiein, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah.
a potter which is to be used as part of the organization's campaign.
I. Wolff Talks
Miami Growth
lw Bin Can Miami Get will
he topic of discussion by Dr.
tiold P. Wolff, economist, at
Ireyular meeting of Sholem
\e r'o. 1024. B'nai B'rith,
dav evening, November 13th,
ke B( th-El Center.
Pr fessor of Economics at
|Universitv of Miami since
I Dr. Wolff received his Ph.D.
be ;.t the University of
btirj;. Germany. Prior to
|ng to Miami he was as-
1 with New York Uni-
Ity in economy research. At
I time Dr. Wolff is the
Itor of the Bureau of Busi-
land Economic Research and
Ir ii the Miami Residential
larch Bulletin. He has also
Jd as an economist with the
County Planning and Co-
Jatinj Committee.
le meeting is open to the gen-
Ipublic. president Jerome H.
lkk announced.
}\em Women Meet;
tt George Talianoff
le opening meeting of Shol-
fVomtn, B'nai B'rith. will be
(on Tuesday. November 13th,
Bl., at the Miami Colonial
Jter a short business meeting,
group will hear a talk by
tge Talianoff. vice president
|< Miami Beach Men's Lodge,
1 B'rith, and chairman of the
hDif;.nation League's State
lue Committee,
[card party will follow the
ng.
1 American Jewish Press
Celebrates First Birthday
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
American and world Jewish lead-
ers recently joined in greetings
to the American Association of
English- Jewish Newspapers on
the first anniversary of its news
and feature servicethe Ameri-
can Jewish Press. The Jewish
Floridian is a member of the
AAEJN and the AJP.
In telegrams addressed to Phil-
ip Slomovitz. president of the
publishers' association and of
AJP, the heads of leading Jewish
movements commended the serv-
ice and wished it continued suc-
cess.
On the occasion of AJP's first
anniversary, members of the pub-
lishers' association executive
committee met in New York last
week-end to plan the expansion
of the news and feature service
under the editorship of Joe Har-
rison Fried.
From the Israel Embassy in
Washington and the New York
headquarters of the Zionist or-
ganizations wires of well wishes
and commendation flowed to the
American Jewish Press on its
first birthday. Ambassador Abba
Eban released the following mes-
sage:
*reth Israel Sisters
|e S iterhood of Tifereth Is-
I de Center will hold
ani meeting on Monday ev-
% Wember 12*81 8:30 p.m.
Mitzvah Breakfast
|e traditional Bar Mitzvah
IKfast Services sponsored by
I David will begin on Sun-
Iftovi-mber 11th, at 8:30 a.m.
Vith5 und SOns wil1 assem_
Jt the Schule where services
^Jieldand breakfast served.
Synagogue Seen
Ah Work Of Art
NEW YORK (JTA) Decora-
tions for the new S150.000 syna-
gogue of Congregation B'nai Is-
rael of Millburn, N.J., were des-
cribed recently by Aline B.
Louchheim, an art critic of the
New York Times, as "the best
modern art for a house of wor-
ship I have seen."
Architect for the project was
Percival Goodman, "an unsung
hero on the crusade for close
collaboration of the arts." Artists
-participating in decoration of the
one-story building were Adolph
Gottleib who designed a 19-foot
curtain for the Ark; Herbert Fer-
ber, whose 12-foot sculpture for
the exterior of the cedar wood
projection which houses the Ark
is of the Burning Bush, and
Motherwell, who did the murals
for the lobby.
Sunday l;nns
To Venture IS'ew
I ;il-in Attraction
The Sunday Dance Committee
of the Beach Y under the lead-
ership of Miss Eloyce Zall, an-
nounces an innovation for the
Sunday evening dances.
In response to the demands of
members, a band will be fea-
tured each week while the popu-
lar prices are scheduled to con-
tinue. November 11th and 18th,
will mark the beginnings of the
Fall season featuring The Four
Tones. An old-fashioned Bowery
Nite will also be held on No-
vember 18th, with a new Talent
presentation as an added at-
traction under the direction of
Ray Mitchell, young comic.
Members of the Cimmittee who
plan the dances include: Marilyn
Sherman, Cathy Rothman, Bob
Rich, Gene Shane, Stanley War-
ren, Steve Fishman. Ben Makov-
sky, Al Samet, Tim Rothenberg,
Stan Tupler, George Astel, Leona
Pugach, Dick Shear, -*Phil Stand-
er. Ray Mitchell, Lois Fink and
Dixianna Smuckler. The group
is sponsored by the Y and Mrs.
Shirley Miller is the advisor.
Officer Wins Medal
DENVER (JTA) A Jewish
officer, whose two brothers
; chalked up enviable military rec-
ords in World War II, recently
was awarded the Commendation
Ribbon for meritorious service
in the Korean war.
The officer, Maj. Jerome Kohn,
received the ribbon while on duty
with the 931st Engineer Aviation
Group in Korea. Major Kohn
served as company commander
with the 802nd Engineer Aviation
Battalion when his outfit was
assigned to Okinawa, the Inter-
mountain Jewish News reported.
Major Kohn's two brothers
were cited for outstanding mili-
tary service in the last war.
25 Years Ago
LONDON Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann, president of the World
Zionist Organization, will sail for
the United States on October
23rd. Dr. Weizmann visited
Rome last week, where he was
received by Benito Mussolini,
who expressed his wish for the
success of the Zionist movement.
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f>r the purchase of the Isolette
which :s a modern, all-pli
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e weighed, fed and
given all medical attention with-
out raving to be removed until
such time as it has gair.ed suf-
ent weight to be able to carry
on witsout the artificial heat gen-
erated by the tncuoator.
During Mi Stay here. Worthy
Grand Matron Sauncers. whose
:.-. Ft Pierce, will be the
guest H Worthy Matron Alper
at hi e ~50 Calu.i Drive
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Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. spiritual leader of Congregation ft*
Jacob and newly elected chaiayian of the Jewish National Fiai
Council, shown accepting the gavel from Leon J. Ell ouipi^
chairman.
s>n*r-hia S^*i Million Re*ideiit.s
Cheisie J. Senerchia. candidate
for city commissioner, '.his week
continued a round of speeches,
stressing the need for slum clear-
ance, with public housirg as a
necessary adjunct
The former citv manager also
emphasized his platform which
he terms "a blueprint for Mi-
ami'i future" Predicting Miami
will have a r pulahoo :: ^1
million by 1965. Senerchia urpil
the importance '. a T.iste: |
to provide the faolitiei fa
area's growth
He anr.oume: 5 :.:;.. 1
for Bayfroct park n Fndaj v>|
vember 16tr. 9 r,rr.. iro(t|
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public cor.:-..-. : raesr Laa|
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Lac Goldman
William Cook
Dr. Boni. G. Oren
Amos Benjamin
Ralph Gitlin
Simeon D. Spear
Samuel Seithn
Harry J. Cohen
Alan B. Kessler
Louis Glick
Jack Kirschbaum
Mi. and Mrs.
Fred Harrison
Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Blackstein
Murrcry Harrison
Martin Lemlich
Harry Hart
Milton Wasman
Frederick H. R3
Philip Medvin
Sam Ellins
Harvey Rendebnan
Louis Adelman
Samuel Cohen
Dave Harris ^
Meyer and Ann G<"
Alan Chaykin
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Hyman Weiner
Ralph RosenheW
Charles Rubm
Dr. George Graham
Eddie Brannin
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fish National Fund Ends Fiscal Year;
ibi Mescheloff Made New Chairman
final general meeting for
tear ending September 1,
Wwas held in the Assembly
| Miami Beach Jewish
[nunitv Center last October
Mr. i.eonaJ- Ell, who served
| n of the Jewish Na-
Fund Council for the past
lyears, gave his report cov-
. fiscal period.
e financial report rendered,
led that the JNF Council of
|ter Miami had a gross re-
~. during the year of $34,-
|3. Mr. Ell further reported
thi 50th Anniversary Jub-
Brunch held last spring, at
|h Dr. Israel Goldstein was
speaker, netted about
In reviewing the period,
d "Praise must be giv-
many to-workers who
selflessly given of their
( nergy to produce these
nut for praise were:
Prosterman, Mr. Isidore j
Mr. Daniel Broad, Mrs.
| latoff, Mrs. Irwin Mak- |
Mrs. Bee Jaffer, Mrs. Ida
Mrs. Louis Lustig. Mrs. !
oh Brenner, Mr. Abraham
n, Mr. Samuel Friedman,
[\ an Lyons, Mrs. Albert
Hymen Sootin, Mr.
j Si hafer, Mr. Sam
fchno, Mrs. Manny Kargcr,
[ Ashkenazy, Mr. Benja-
Mr. and Mrs. Stad-
Jacob Schaehter, Mr.
Itir, Mr. Birbaum and Mr.
ial vote of congratula-
given to Mr. Leon J.
ins chairman for his
ndered during the past
Newly elected chair-
i- Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
, honorary chairman, Sam
kterman. Mr. Ell will now
|me the duties of executive
'd chairman of which Harold
piro and Isidore Goldberg
be honorary vice chairmen.
*r Shapiro and Goldberg are
lamin Appel, Saul Ashken-
Daniel M. Broad, Mrs. Bee
er, Mrs. Manny Karger, Mrs.
Makovsky and Abraham
on.
lie! Lesowoder will be the
treasurer with David Good-
. as his financial secretary.
xirding secretary and comp-
iler are Mrs. David Shapiro
Sam Schachno, respectively. |
abbi Moses Mescheloff accept- ;
the gavel as new chairman '
in Lion Ell, at a meeting of
executive board, on Tues-
N vember 6th, at the oflic-
p! the Council. A report was
fn by the Rabbi on the activ-
of the Jewish National Fund,
h he observed at first hand
old a M v<''* ii.
[atliinah Group
[oiils llond Night
\ Bonds For Israel Night, spon-
kd jointly by Golda Myerson
1 Kadimah clubs of Pioneer
j-.i n, will feature Seymour B.
Ibi:,an as principal speaker on
' November I5th, 8:15
at the Miami Hebrew
1 and Congregation.
|4: I.iebman, chairman of the
pan r Miami Council of Or-
r hi for Bond For Israel,
[ member of the National
feaKi is Committee, and recent-
11 irned from a speaking en-
lemenl in Kilgore, Texas. This
Timer he visited Israel for the
J time since the formation
[' State, and is an authority
el's economy.
M Miriam Donnerstag, noted
fH' heads the entertainment
evening. Wanderer's Re-
t':. ,, movie filmed in Israel by
li r Brothers, is also schedul-
I: presentation.
Pars Harold G. Shapiro and
J- Math Ulis are Israel Bond
t- nen for the participating
%bs.
during his recent visit to Israel.
Rabbi Mescheloff announced
that one of the first projects of
the Council will be the partici-
pation in the planting of a forest
of six million trees in the Jeru-
salem Corridor in memory of the
Jews killed in Europe during the
second World War.
'The Jewish National Fund",
Ri.bbi Mescheloff reported, "en-
ters its fifty-first year of activity
j in a critical period in Israel. The
! achievements of the past fifty
! years must be surpassed by its
| response to present needs." He
: reported on developments in Em-
ek Jesreel, where thirty years
1 ago the JNF purchased 70,000
i dunam of land. In subsequent
| years additional 80,000 dunam of
I swamp land had been drained.
: "Today there are over a quarter
of a million of dunam of land
under cultivation in the Emek.
It is the breadbasket of the new
state." "The age of settlements
in the Negev", the Rabbi said,
"can be told by the size of the
trees planted there by the Jewish
National Fund. These trees are
bringing life to the dead desert
sands and making possible the
settlement of thousands of new
immigrants." He described the
volcanic rock formations in the
hills of northern Galhlee which
offer prospects of easy cultivation
and the promise of fertility for
the development of truck farms
and orchards tor the new settle-
ments now being created there by
the Israeli government.
li^wiislbJEIliDipidlilaun
MIAMI. FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1951
SEC. B
Lipton Welcomes
Savings League
Convention Today
Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of
the state committee to the 59th
.nmi..l convention of the United
States Savings and Loan League,
will welcome more than 2,000
men and women attending the
convention which opens today on
Miami Beach.
Twenty-five Beach hotels will
house delegates and their wives
who began arriving several days
before the five-day meeting.
This year marks the second
time Florida has been chosen for
the convention of the League to
which 3,800 savings associations
belong. Miami last played host
to them in 1941. Charles L. Clem-
ents of Miami Beach, and E.
[Thomas Wilburn of Fort Lauder-
dale, have been appointed vice
| chairmen to assist Lipton in ar-
i ranging the welcome. Mrs. Annie
Leigh Sessions of Lakeland, is
chairman of the ladies' committee
and Mrs. Clements is vice chair-
man.
Sunday night will open the
general business session with ad-
dresses to be made by Walter
J. L. Ray of Detroit, League pres-
ident, and Morton Bodfish of Chi-
cago, executive committee chair-
man. During the five-day gath-
ering, officers for 1952 will be
elected. A highlight of the pro-
gram, exclusively for women
guest, will be a fashion show
held in the Roney Plaza Hotel
gardens at 3:30 p.m., this after-
noon.
Hungarian-American
Club Holds Third
Night For Israel
The Hungarian-American Cul-
tural Club will hold its 3rd Night
for Israel on Saturday evening.
| November 17th, at 3901 North
1 West 2nd Avenue,
j The Norman Bruce Brown
. Post, Jewish War Veterans, will
post the colors. The Greater Mi-
, ami Jewish Folk Chorus under
I the direction of Ben Yomen will
j then render musical selections.
Among other entertainers to fol-
low are songstress Princess Red
Rock, violinist Balazionye and
Eugene Proger and his orchestra.
David Shapiro. Miami Beach
realtor who has recently become
j associated with the firm of Ben
| Zion Ginzburg. will discuss the
' present situation in the new Jew-
ish State.
All proceeds will go to the
state of Israel.
i tteavh Center's
hate Services
Resume Tonight
Resumption of late Friday
Services at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center is announced for Fri-
day, November 9th, at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will de-
dicate the opening service to the
significant visit to our community
of Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, the Honorable
Abba Eban, and to the recent ob-
servance of the 34th Anniversary
of the Balfour Declaration. Rab-
bi Lehrman's topic will be A
Tribute To A Land Reborn.
Making its debut at these serv-
ices will be the newly re-organ-
ized Center Choir under the di-
rection of Robert Strassburg, the
Center's new Music Director.
Cantor David Silverman will
chant the Service.
I
Hon. R. K Bell, past Grand
Chancellor of Florida. Kr.ights
' of Pythias, addressed the Grand
Lodge recently at the North-
side Center on the occasion of
a Little River petition for a
new subordinate Lodge.
Miami Hebrew Sisters
Hold Monthly Luncheon
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
will hold its monthly luncheon
next Wednesday, November 14th,
at 12:30 p.m.
The Mesdames Serkin, Pearl-
man and Heeht are hostesses for
the affair. Proceeds will go to
the School. ^______
i;ii'i Saeeeeda
(.onion K Optomotrv Head
A Miami eye specialist, Dr.
Harry Engel was elected to the
board of directors of the South-
east Florida Optomctric associ-
ation at its monthly meeting
Monday night.
Dr. Engel fills the unexpired
term of Dr. Gordon Keere, who
last month moved to Key West
where he is now practicing. At
the SFOA meeting, Dr. S- L. Nor-
man, Ft. Lauderdale, demon-
strated his new binocular refrac-
tion technique which is a "new
means of testing eyes under nat-
1 ural seeing conditions."
Hebrew Academy
Presents Varied
Week's Program
A special Armistic. Day Dro-
gram, a breakfast meeting of the
Academy board of directors and
an interesting Oneg Shabat have
been incorporated into this
week's schedule of the Hebrew
Academy, it was announced by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, Acad-
emy principal.
Children of the Academy will
present their special Armistice
Day program on Friday at 2:30
p.m., in the Academy auditorium.
Highlight will be the Assembly
address bv Vice Mayor Burrett
Roth, and the presentation of a
playlet. A Call To Peace, by fifth-
grade pupils. Patriotic music and
dramatic* renditions will empha-
sis the three poems, In Flander's
Field. In Other Fields and
America's Answer. The playlet
was written and directed by Miss
Edr.a Sachs, director of dramatics
at the Hebrew Academy.
The Academy's weekly Oneg
Shabat will be held Saturday at
3:30 p.m.. in the Academy Audi-
torium. Featured will be Israeli
songs, folk dances and story-tell-
ing, for younger and older child-
ren of the school and neighbor-
hood. Dance-leaders are Miss
Joan Osheroff and Miss Rena
Mescheloff. Rabbi Gross will con-
duct the story-telling hour. The
weekly Oneg Shabat is sponsored
: y the Hebrew Aeademv Women,
with Mrs. Joseph Shapiro as pro-
gram chairman. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Faber will donate this
Oneg Shabat in honor of their
new grandchild. Jonathan Law-
rence Greenberg.
Pythian Sisters Call Roll
Roosevelt Temple No. 33, Pyth-
ian Sisters, met last Wednesday
at 500 S.W. 17th Avenue. The
group's secretary, Mrs. Lewis
Pomerantz, made the national
yearly roll call. ______________
Israelite PTA Dances;
Center Has Nominations
The Parent Teachers Associ-
ation of the Israelite Center will
hold a Sadie Hawkins Day So-
cial, November 12th. at 8 p.m., at
the Center building.
On Tuesday, the following eve-
ning, the Israelite Center's Nom-
inating Committee will present a
list of nominees for offices to be
filled. Nominations are also
scheduled to be made from the
floor. Election will take place on
November 27th.
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Knesseth Israel Founds
Young Adults Group
Knesseth Israel Congregation
has organized a Young Adult
Group which met for the first
time last Sunday evening in the
Social Hall of the synagogue.
Rabbi Abraham Cassel, spir-
itual leader of Knesseth Israel,
helped launch the new organiza-
tion which will service Jewish
vouth through activities clubs.
Assisting the Rabbi were Dr. Sey-
mour Krestler. Miss Ruth Pett.
Miss Natalie Samuels and Mr.
Irwin Rutansky._______
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Young Judaea Club was
pently organized at the home
LMiss Dolores Chernoff. 1601
p 23rd Avenue. Fourteen girls
tween the ages of 11 and 13
Ivi altt'nt*ed the meeting.
IfUiti-cl as officers were the
sscs Sandra Rubenstein, presi-
n' Susan Wieder, vice presi-
;nt: Goldie Cohen, recording
icrttary; Miriam Perry, corres-
indKg secretary; and Marcia
run. treasurer.
Meetings will be held at the
laiiu Jewish Community Center
'try Monday evening, 7:15 p.m.
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Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
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Rabbis Quibble On Interfaith Leader;
Oppose Hebrew Union As Spokesman
NEW YCRK CITY AJP _A ^ accefM suggestion
the Bamberger
tee that it be assigned tiM
: interiaitl reaationj met
Dl to be ir.contrcv-:
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mended bi U Ma Iver Report
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Synagogues :.-....
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the Ma ady, prcpai
Rabbi Bernard B^n-.-e.-ger
; L'AHC content! n :.-.at
Council vat unable u .-..-:
terfaith work bwcauai ai -ts
makeup, be furthered
NCRAC Evaluative S:jc.es Co3>
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cf Miami Beach Jewish Centei
Mrs .';..s Aiter chairman I
Kadass^.". Madiral Orear.iration.
bred th* program
Beth El Sisterhood
Holds Annual Tea
Betr. El Bavterlkaod *..'
hold .ts Annual Memoersh.p TV a
or. Tuesday >'-: 131
M tr.e Beta El Carter
Hajnpglated wiW be aba peas-
eniauor. oi an original playlet
*nt:er ar.a directed ry Mrs.
Jacob E Taa-.bcr Its trerr stx-s-
ri the .rriportance at Mining
-. Beth Ei Sistertijoc Partici-
pants ~. tr.c. plaviet will i-*.- tr.e
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Promises Diligence
: H Oreen*, Jr. candi-
date ;.-"M:a- Commission.
I speech this week that he
e coerced by a
11 I pledge came as chmax U
talk -ji which G
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rime Commission
anc -.'.- as -pecial counsel to
Jury
of Spring 1950. pointed out that
< xpected to
have a popu. I I 1.500.000 in
14 years, and faithful ar.d dili-
gent" citv cot: -t-rs are
take care of the area's
great =na arowtog problems.
Givens concluded with tr.e
pleo ;f elected to the city
mission, he would "ever be
:a.:-'..: : Hia truat." would be
dilige.-.: ar.d courageous :n the
perfcrmance of his duties" ar.d
would not be influenced by "any
individual or pressure group to
do anything contrary to the gen-
veifare of the majority '"
Workmen Circle Women
A -ard partv will be given by
the Workmen s Circle Women's
- N 892, tomorrow eve-
-t 25 Washington Avenue
Vr- Rc-semar. is hostess for
the affair
Knesseth Israel Sisters
Kneset- Israel Sisterhood, 1415
Euclid Avenue, has arranged its
first social event of the season
which will be a card party to be
-eld in 'he Half of the Synagogue
on Tuesday, November 13th, at
730 p.m.
Esther Eisenstein. presi-
dent of the.Sisterhood, announced
that the partv represents the be-
ginning of an extensive social
program and membership drive
planned for this season.
I hiifltr-t.riinmlii
Women Meet
The Women's Group Board of
the Flagier-Grar.ada Jewish Com- '
mumty Center met yesterday af-
r: ooo at the Center building. 50
North West 51st Place
Mrs. Albert Altman announced
that a Thanksgiving Dance will
r.e -eld on November 24th. fol-
lowing an announcement made
by Mrs. Jack Cohen who reported
that the group's monthly lunch- \
eon will be held on November
27th. Committee for the Thanks-
giving affair include Mrs. Walter
Stewart. Mrs. Dave Cohen. Mrs.
Alfred Nadler and Mrs. Edward
Moore.
The next general meeting of
the Women's Group is scheduled
for November 15th. at which time
Dr. Victor Lindlahr. nutrition ex-
pert, will address the group.
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mdau Regards
>fense Groups
ity Delinquent
YORK (WNS)Convo-
I spi ciiil national con-
Jewish
in the United
I
survivalist
States
view to considering the
isi problems of American
ry is urged by Jacob Lan-
Fnundtr of the Jewish
, phic Agency, in an ar-
in the current issue of the
-:,i Quarterly, published by
Zionist Organization of
|r. Landau asserts that the
rish defense agencies, as con-
Ittd at present, are dangerous
|the best interests of Israel
to the chances of Jewish
rival outside of Israel. To
his point he reveals, for
first time, that at a recent
Ifercnce on Arab refugee
Iblciis in Beirut, where prac-
Illy all churches of the world
te represented, one of the
tn speakers. Dr. Carleton,
ployed language which might
"be used to ignite a Holy
1 r agairst Jews in the Mid-
East" in the event the Arabs
rv out their threat of a "sec-
round."
llr Laudau points out that
limilitationist elements pre-
inate National Community
ati ns Advisory Council, on
lie Professor Maclver de-
-- confer new and wider
..... ard that not a single
list is to be found among the
j Jewish members of the
Brd of the National Confer-
ee of Christians and Jews. The
knists have been so preoccu-
id with Israel, he says, that
Ey have left the defense ac-
ties and organized contacts
th Christian churches over-
ehmngly in assimilationist
fidf. He suggests that Jewish
fense must be in the hands of
%: ized Jewish communities
which the survivalists pre-
fcninate. Simultaneously he
[vocates extension and the
noeratization of the Jewish
r.munity council to which, he
ys. the Jewish federations and
elfare funds must be subor-
Bated.
)iclai ing that "no organiza-
bn of Jewish defense work is
asirle without giving the sur-
valist dements the dominant
Bition it must have," Mr. Lan-
eoncludes that "the Jewish
topic will be better off without
ly defense agencies unless
He are designed to serve Jew-
survival."
Old Beth David
Transferred To
Education Bureau
A deed-signing ceremony last
Sunday celebrated the purchase
of the old Beth David building at
135 North West 3rd Avenue. Fol-
lowing the signing by Beth David
President Birnard Sterling ar.d
Miami City Commissioner Louie
Bandel, the deed was formally
transferred to Max Meisel of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
"No other city known to us,"
properly ,Harry Simonhoff, chairman of
business?" the affair said, "has a separate
building of Jewish education
"Employees of this company | which is completely divorced
were interviewed and expressed from a synagogue of Y." Plans
then satisfaction with existing have already begun for renovat-
owncrship, working conditions, | ing the^ building, /s13"1^"?,/
and general employer policies.
Receptions HaUij
Mulloy Support
At a reception and rally honor-
ing Gardnar Mulloy this week,
154 friends and supporters heard
the candidate lash out against
city ownership of public utilities.
The event took place at the home
of Sheldon Lelchuk, 3511 S.W.
21st Stieet.
"How can the City of Miami
expect to operate successfully
one of the largest Florida in-
dustriesthe Florida Power and
Light Companywhen the city
has lound itself unable
to conduct its own
Mulloy asked.

Greater Miami Jewish leaders take time out from a meeting
with Moshj Bejerano. leading Israel industrialist, to cbserve a
chart outlining the use of the first $50,000,000 from Israel Bond
receipts. Left to right, around the table, are Mrs. Miriam Jackscn.
Samuel Goldfarb. Dan B. Ruskin. Bejarano. Mrs. Muriel Hirs:h
Pick. Frank Shames. Jack Ablin, Dr. Morris Goodman, Harry
Sirkin. Ben Giller. Joseph M. Rose. Seymour B Liebman. Samusl
Friedland Benjamin Meyers and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
leview For Herzl Group
I The Herzl Group of Hadassah
ill : old its regular meeting on
ttven.ber 12th, 1:30 p.m., at
nple Beth Sholom.
I Mis Morris Skop will present
book review on the popular
vt 1 Room For A Son by Robert
Abrahams.
Let's not forget the opinions and
wishes of these workers in our
haste to make the City of Miami
an employer," he stated.
Other speakers included John
Mobley, Judge Wayne Allen,
Harry Diamond and Judge Wil-
liam L. Pallot.
Meanwhile, a series of recep-
tions and worker's rallies have
been planned by friends, the
candidates supporters reveal.
Mrs. Ida Optner will preside
as hostess at a reception honor-
ing Mulloy on Sunday, November
11th, 7:30 p.m., at her home, 2353
S.W. 24th Terrace. This will be
followed by another reception
and social on Monday evening,
November 12th, 7:30 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. Elizabeth Clark,
1818 N.W. 47th Terrace. On
Tuesday, November 13th, Mul-
loy's friends and workers will
convene at 8 p.m., in the Sabal
Palm Court, N.E. 2nd Avenue
and 54th Street, for a giant re-
ception.
Sapiro Elected
New President
Julius Sapero was elected last
October 29th, to replace Hymen
Sootin as president of the Down-
town Synagogue.
Others elected were: Abe Glaz-
eroff, 1st vice president; Morris
Silver, 2nd vice president; Louis
Mafkin, financial secretary; Louis
Schwartz, treasurer; and Jack
Rosenberg, recording secretary.
Board members appointed were:
Hymen Sootin, Samuel Segal.
Paul Rimmeyer, Harry Kahn, Mr
Friedman, Harry Simons, Samuel
Solodar and Lawrence Berliner.
The resignation of Mrs. Hymen
Sooten, president of the Sister-
hood of the Downtewn Synago-
gue, was also accepted at a pre-
vious meeting. Mrs. Mary Rosen-
berg was chosen to succeed Mrs.
Sootin as president and to carry
on the program of the organiza-
tion. ______________________
Jewish library, and for the build-
ing of lecture halls, classrooms
and administrative offices. "The
transfer of title," Simonhoff said,
"marks a highpoint in Miami
philanthropy. While the building
was not given to the Bureau out-
right, the purchase price agreed
upon is so far below the build-
ing's value as to see Beth David's
action in that light."
Rabbi Simon April of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation delivered the invocation.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center and
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David, then delivered addresses
of greeting. Louis Schwartzman
followed with an explanation of
the Bureau of Jewish Education's
functions and ideals.
The Zionist Youth Commission,
the local chapter of the Council
for Jewish Women and the Jew-
ish Vocational Service will also
be housed in the Bureau's new
quarters. Religious, Hebrew, Yid-
dish and English instruction on
an adult level is expected short-
ly to be begun.______^__
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Delray Beach Exposed As Fortress Of Anti-Semitic
By BERT COLLIER fffwi vnu anH ortnA Kuci. ^.i->- An nn* mit it m hr!Hiv thnup*"- -h.. r-f\- ie m* ;...i_i_. *
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A : .. be defensive religious. On the other hand, it : It ns I
about one is not -wide open" as to gambling >:"'it$
i.ved and an,: case of some
Delray few others in South Florida.
Con.: at Delray Beach
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all municipalities on the
r.otor- y. rida East coast. But Delrav
D r, ^ Btach is more closelv-kmt than
in most and has successfully kept
nt of a real estate out the shadv operators who try
ice of deed to make a fast dollar and move
compulsory on to greener pastures This
many I j
Ubui e. and
- --.
- comers.
}B StOfej :.. .
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pretty soon they get fed ui '> :" anti-Semitic
The reai ". !:ons as another example
hip in an
to bar all
: Cl -:an race."
: I nly as 1 ownership tut also
buildings. The
--- ur. exception of
- a I fee r-cmises.'"
'-'-.: '.vea Mown in Delrav
perated before
it in Miam: Beach
if two decades con-
-.a.-pie" in his pro-
:" nal schemes, but th,ev con-
-' I in his anti-Semitic
makes for smoother operation
eccg:: Lke :,;>v
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aeed. even pride ar. unhappy experience."'
'r Tdo ":w they keep It might'be interesting to con-
ut said a man in a sider Delray Beach further, and
-git-r.- T.-.jVs ingthe how it became one of the most
:.-i.- among completely anti-Semitic commun-
ities in the nation. There are no
An I er volunteei mpli- outward mark? of difference. Its j
-:'- yean ago streets are like those of other
sold a p. towns, with modifications!
It thei lealers got --- "- iti a semi-trop- '
" told hi thej icaJ Mean-front resort. The peo- ;
pie are about equallv divided
' I again H- I tween tfa -..s' and the !
segregated Negroes. The
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+Jewish flcrldllar
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[ Widen Addresses National Council
Jewish Women; Warns Against Fear
v\v YORK Citing the need to "clean up McCarthyism" as
'. I urgent task facing America, Mrs. Joseph Willen recently
Lo oard "f directors of the National Council of Jewish Women,
l 1,1 its annual meeting here, that the tear inspired by ir-
attacks is "causing people to withdraw from public lile."
rs Willen, who is chairman of the Council's national com-
",, iducation and social
thyism, she noted. is a major rea-
i.-.-n recently served
State Department-sponsored
i (|; ]1 American women
L to tour Germany, also de-
i, -tern Europe's anti-
|Unist intellectuals are
to close alliance with
I Slates because of the
eceive about growing
n ssion here.
|entv-two leaders of the Na-
ii i] of Jewish Women
arts of the country
Willen's statement.
lirectors which met
C incil's national head-
Ni w York, decided
ization's policies and
r the coming y
rnu: her four months in
said, she found a de-
Btion in the friendship of
ipli o whom we rely dip-
icaUy and militarily, and
ihould be our natural allies.
was constantly confronted
I the statement that the Unit-
Btes is becoming an authori-
country.
Ihile this exaggeration is en-
|ged I y communist propa-
its original basis is in re-
tual events in the Unit-
mterpreted by people
seen at first hand the
i kings of totalitarian-
I r.ci are sensitive to its
Tncii s." she asserted. McCar-
son for the spread of European
neutralism, or the "plague on
both their houses" attitude, which
is at present a more dangerous
challenge to American interests
than the discredited communist
parties of the west. She pointed
to the strength shown by Aneu-
ran Bevan in the recent British
elections as an evidence of "the
Student Chosen
llpMola.y Master
Jerry Kogan, 18-year-old Uni-
versity of Miami sophomore, last '
week was elected Master Coun-
cilor of Hibiscus chapter. Order ;
of DeMolay, succeeding Bob
Sommerstein.
Kogan, who is a pre-law stud-
ent and member of the debating
team at the University, also was
recently awarded the Degree Of
[Chevalier, the highest award for
outstanding DeMolay work. A |
graduate of Miami Beach High
school, where he was vice presi-
dent of Student Council, and a '
member of the Wheel Club and
the National Forensic Society, he '
has become the tenth Master |
Councilor of Hibiscus chapter.
Elect;d to serve with him were
Dick Bernard, Sr. Councilor, and
Don Solomon. Jr. Councilor. Past
Jewish Women Council Hold Round Table Talk
Slum Clearance For Miami is
the subject of a roundtable dis-
cussion which will be the feature
of the November 14th meeting of
the Miami Section of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women at
the Atlantis Hotel, Miami Beach,
at 1:30 p.m.
Presenting the issues favoring
slum clearance will be Mrs. Vla-
dimir E. Virick, chairman of the
Citizens' Committee for Slum
Clearance; and Bill Baggs. colum-
nist for the Miami Daily News.
The case against slum clearance
will be told by Emil E. Gould,
president of the Florida Build-
ers' Association; ana Harvey
! Klein, Miami Attorney.
Mrs. Harold Rand, the state
Social Legislation chairman for
Council, will moderate the dis-
cussion. ____________
galloping neutralism of western
Europe."
The threat to our internal free-
dom is at least as alarming as
this reaction in allied countries,
she said. "A great many Ameri-
cans have become afraid to ex-
press political opinions or take
part in public controversies.
Women's organizations, and in-
deed all citizen groups which are
interested in political events, are I Miami Adult Group
feeling the elfects of McCarthy- | r
Master Councilor Sommerstein
was elected to the post of treas-
urer. Other officers installed last
Sunday in Hibiscus Masonic
Temple include Jerry Zatlin, Sr.
Deacon: Marvin Gilman. Jr.
Deacon; Paul Rappaport, Sr.
Steward; Jay Goldberg. Jr. Stew-
ard; Jack Schlosberg Jr., Alum-
ner; and Leslie Greenfield, chap-
lin.
i
ism in a growing apathy and un-
willingness to participate in pub-
lic affairs among the American
people.
"The greatness of America de-
veloped because we believe in
the public airing of controvers-
ies and the importance of ex-
pressing unpopular and minority
views," she declared. "The very
heart of our democratic process is
the participation of average citi-
zens in public life by expression
of their ideas individually and|
through their organizations. The ,
! withdrawal of people from public
life, and the spreading notion that
silence is the best policy, are
subtle, wicked testimony to the
ravages which our democracy has
I already suffered from attacks on
civil liberties." If ever there was
a time for freedom-loving Ameri-
cans to save their right of free
speech by exercising it, and to
take up the cudgels for the right
of all minorities to express them-
selves, that time is now, she ad-
ded.
An Anniversary Dance and So-
cial will be given by the Adult
Social Group, at the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, 45u
Southwest 16th Avenue, on Sa-
turday evening, November 10th.
The group is composed of un-
married men and women over 28
years old.
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sah, will chair its next general
meeting to be held on Thursday,
November 15th, 1 p.m., at the
Sea Gull Hotel. A dessert lunch-
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In celebrating Jewish Book
Month, a biographical sketch will
be given of Abba Eban, Ambassa-
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+JewM Herktiar
Berman Receives
Music Scholarship
A_- oart of his off-campus train-
Jewish Veterans
Give Monument
To West Miami
ir. : r the University of Miam:
Sen 1 of Music. Lynn Berrr.an
is now studying trumpet at the j 0n Sundav. November 11th. 3
Conservatoire in Pans. Of 48, pm ln Iront of the West Miami
Town Hall. 62nd Avenue and 9th
contestants. Bermar. was one ot
four students awarded full schol-
ars." ips for one year of study at
this famous institution.
A:':er graduation frorr. Miami
Sen: :r High in 1947. where he was
active in coth band and orches-
tra work, Lynn won a scholar-
ship to the L'M School of Music
where he majored in trumpet.
Ht wu a member of the band
during the 1947 season and played
first -.rumpet with the L'M Sym-
phony during the 1948 and J949
seasons
In the spring of 1950. he re-
ceive : a scholarship to the Berk-
shire Music Festival at Lenox.
Massachusetts, and was active :n
the :rass ensemble under Roger
V first trurrpet of the B -
tbn Symphony. During this I i
he attracted the attention of
Leonard Bernstein and the late
ge Koussevil
. .. year's con-
: t with tl I :.-
stra
.
I
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1 nths of wl
spent rt tour of
ted Stai
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Street. S.W.. the West Miami
Post No. 223 of the Jewish War
Veterars will present to the Town
of West Miami a permanent War
Monument dedicated to those in
the Sendees who have made the
supreme sacrifice
Principal speaker will be Col-
onel Thomas J. Kelly Others
will be County Commissioner
Jesse Yarboroufih. State Repre-
sentative Dante Fascell. Chap-
lam James James A. Boston of
Pratt General Hospital. Raobi
Alfred Waxman. and Rabbi Mor-
ns A Skop. Mayor Peter Paler-
mo of Wt >: Miam: will accept
the monument on behalf of the
There will be a massing of col-
ors by the various American Leg-
ion Posts. Wterans of Foreign
Jewish War Veterans, units
: : the 435th Tro..;
Wir.J C : r Guard ;,:- : the Uni-
A:r ROTC honor
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Hornleu Propose*
\ew Manager
Seleetion Method
A proposed change in the selec-
tion of Miami's city manager was
recently outlined by Candidate
Jack Horslev which would give
city employees a voice in the
selection.
The city commission candidate
advocates that a seven-member
committee submit to the com-
mission the names of three quali-
fied persons and that one of the
trio be named to the city man-
ager post by the commissioners.
The employees voice. Horsley
explained, would be or. the com-
mittee to ce comprised of an ap-
pointee by each commissioner
plus the two employee-elected
members of tr.e Miami civil sen-
ice board.
Horsley said he would be will-
ing to commit himself to the pro-
posed plan since, in his opinion,
it would eliminate the possibility
of a three-man commission fac-
tion obtaining commitments from
r.ager before the latter's
rtt -'nt.
Hollywood Center
Growth Presages
School Expansion
Growth of the Religious School
i of the Hollywood Jewish Com-
| munity Center has resulted in
; the necessity of creating two ses-
sions, it was announced by Dan
Fnedberg. chairman of the Re-
' ligious School Committee.
At a recent meeting the School
' Board heard a report by the prin-
cipal. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. on
the total registration of 121 in
Sunday School, of 45 attending
the weekday school and of the
crowded facilities which made it
I necessarv to adpot the new two-
session plan. Weekday Hebrew
sessions were also considered, and
a plan to split one class permit-
ting further registration was
, adopted.
Beth Jacob Sisters
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A gei voting
- .-.eduled for November 19th.
8 p.m. in the David Whitman
n this Cita- Halt 329 Washington Avenue.
states
Department
Hootteeelt Women
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Tl Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
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+Jewlst> Hcrkfisr
PAGE 7 IS
>unt Sinai Hospital's Nursing School
fen National Association Accrediting
Mount Sinai Hospital's School of Practical Nursing has received
leditation from the National Association for Practical Nurse
[cation which makes it the first school of its kind in Florida to
live such recognition, it was announced this week by Max Oro*-
[ Hospital president.
|Miss Cecile Covell, chairman of the Accrediting Committee of
Association, congratulated
Miss Mildred A. Vogel, RN, Di-
rector of Nurses; Olin
it Sinai in her letter of noti-
kion lor the "unusual leader-
and understanding of the
dtials for a good program for
Jtical nurse education shown
ke plans made for the School",
also for the "support given
Hie hospital's Board of Trus-
the Women's Auxiliary and
munitv groups ... a com-
dable example of the kind
am work necessary in estab-
dg the school on a sound
jation."
e aicrtditation covers the
sol's lirst year of operation
th will end next September.
. Graduation of the first class
III accreditation visit will be
by a representative of the
Iciation at which time the
will be eligible to receive
lanent recognition from the
fnal group.
behalf of the Women's Aux-
soring the new School of
s:nu. Mis. Monte Selig ex-
ratification for the hon-
estowed on the Hospital and
School, stating that the
>:: er.'s Auxiliary has long
, nt of the acute short-
:md for this reason
a School of Practical
; I the utmost import-
ans of providing the !
lllenl nursing tare that the
:- community are en-
to."
indeed proud of the
| School has made in
: weeks of operation."
added, "and have ev-
i to believe that our
lenl by reason of the ex-
i irsing instwjction they
fc ring greater hor.or
J-. II' spital and greater serv-
uur community in the fu-
of the School's Ad-
dud : Mr. Orovitz, Hos-
president; Arthur A. Ungar,
rman; Mrs. Max Dubrin, vice
Sam Blank; Dr. Rich-
B. Fleming; Mrs. Louis J.
fc.-ky: Rabbi Joseph R. Narot;
:ch B'nai B'rith
wi < kly luncheon meeting
li :', ,aii Lodge, No. 1591,
li B'rith. will be held on
sday. 12:15 p.m., at the Na-
al Hotel. 1677 Collins Avenue.
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fected and Announced by
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Webb,
Principal of Miami Beach Senior
High School; Dr. S. Charles Wer-
blow; and Mrs. H. Franklin Wil-
liams, RN, University of Miami.
The school's first class matric-
ulated in September under the
direction of Miss Frieda Lebens-
baum, rirector of Mount Sinai's
School of Nursing. Applications
are now being accepted for the
second class which will enter in
January. Enrollment is open to
young women between the ages
ot 17 and 35, with a high school
education or its equivalent.
Gross Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late David
Gross, formerly of 634 S.W. 10th
Avenue, will take place Sunday,
November 11th, at 3 p.m., at Mt.
Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mr. Gross
is survived by his wife. Pearl,
two daughters, Mrs. Frances Mor-
ris and Mrs. Martha Kaufman,
a brother, Jacob Grossbaum, of
New York, and four grandchild-
ren.
Mr. Gross was a member of
Workman's Circle Branch 699, of
Miami. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company; friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Menorah Hadassah
A Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion film er.titled Hands Of Heal-
ing will highlight the meeting
of the Menorah Group of Hadas-
sah, to be held on Monday, 1:30
p.m., at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Guerillas Pass
Israeli Borders
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Constant attempt are being made
by the ex-Grand Mufti of Jeru-
salem and the Arab League to
slip guerilla fighters across hard-
to-patrol Israeli borders, a lead-
ing authority on the Near East
charged this week.
Dr. Judd L. Teller, former edi-
tor of a Jewish news service and
an expert on Jewish and Arab
affairs, reported the ex-Mufti's
plot in the course of a letter to
the New York Times in which he
maintained that lack of unity
among Arab countries lessened
the threat of major guerilla war-
fare against the British in the
Suez dispute.
Disclosing that Mufti-inspired
guerillas were attempting 'night-
ly penetrations" of Israel's 'hard
to patrol" borders. Teller said the
effect of the efforts by the Arabs
had nevertheless "hardly been
noticeable."
Brandeis Chapter AJC
A Member Bring A-Member
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Mrs. William Loeb, 1937 Merid-
an Avenue, by the Brandeis
Chapter of American Jewish Con-
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at 1 p.m.
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Consumptive Relief
To Hear Friedman
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A Lincoln
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I Greater Miami A \
: the Jewish Consump-
tives Relief Society, on Monday
ng in thi S rreuta Hotel.
M Bea< h
Mr. Israel Fri ex< cutive
the n -sectarian
in Spivak. Colorado.
will be Mrs Mar-
tin, president of the lo-
cal auxiliary Hi? theme will be
Lifi You Give Hope.
Mrs Irving Mev and Mrs.
chairmen of
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Mrs. Louis Glasser receives a plaque from Mrs. Irving L*.
ma'n (left) at a Saxony luncheon held by the Conurenct of ,'n.
ish Women's Organizations in recognition of her achievenwnti |
past president.
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lung Judaeans To Meet In Conclave
Camp Tequesta Next Friday, Nov. 16
er one hundred Young Ju- Florida Regions of Senior Hadas-
bis and Leaders will gather sail, will be in Miami and Miami
the annual South Florida Beach on November 13th through
lg Zionist Conclave, Novem- 20th, it was also announced bv
liiih through 18th, at Camp i S. A. Goodman"," chairman" of the
(esta, Kendall, announced S. | local Zionist Youth Commission.
Youth i ? .a, 5e,d }rip '" | local ^Hadassah and ZOA leaders,
will meet with the
hoodman, Chairman of the
at i Miami Zionist
mission, sponsoring the j Mr!" p\','pkm
fc-daymeet. local youth groups''sponsored I
bong the guest speakers for the Commission. A former news-
tional weekend will be paper reporter and educational
| Moses Mcscheloff. spiritual counselor, Mr. Popkin is director
, ol Beth Jacob Congrega- of youth activities for the seven
states comprising the three Reg-
ions. He coordinates, supervises
and organizes Young Judaea
groups. Junior Hadassah and un-
its of the Intercollegiate Zionist
isi ^outh Commission, chair- ; Federation of America He is -lso
of the Jewish National Fund j one of the Directors and Fou'nd-
,cil of Greater Miami and ers of Camp Blue Star for boys
tarv of the Greater Miami i and girls in Hendcrsonvilie
ib i n ica 1 Association. Mrs. North Carolina.
iv Grossman, Regional Presi-
ii Florida Hadassah, will al-
fceak to the Judaeans about
i' t trip to Israel.
Rabbi and Mrs. Mcscheloff,
btly returned from Israel,
speak on Israeli Youth. Rab-
tescheloff is one of the
Hers Of the Greater Miami
bbi Morris Skop, spiritual
ir of the Coral Gables Jewish
er, will speak on The Ameri-
Jewish Community. Rabbi
for many years was the area
Young Judaea in New
City. He served as presi-
t of the Zionist Organization
I A i in Orlando, and at
I ent is the vice president of
trK
During his stay in Miami, Pop-
kin will meet with the Miami and
Miami Beach Units of Junior
Hadassah on Tuesday, November
13th. On Wednesday, he will
meet with the Young Judaea
Leaders Council and over the
weekend will be one of the guest
speakers at the Young Judaea
Conclave.
Beach Junior Hadassah
Picks 9fficers. Delegates
The newly-formed unit of Jun-
ior Hadassah, Miami Beach, held
! its firs; meeting of the month last
night at the home of Miss Selma
Lewis, 74010th Street. Plans
were made for a membership
party to take place during the
month of November.
At the, last meeting of the
group an election of officers was
held. Miss Phyllis Goldman was
elected president of the unit, Miss
Shirley Gerstein, vice-president.
i Miss Rita Tuckman. eorrespond-
ing gi cretary, Miss Jane Zeman,
recording secretary, and Miss An-
nette Mclich, treasurer for the i
.1951-1952 year. A formal instal-
! lation date has not vet | een set.
MiS8 Shirley Gerstein was also
I elected as delegate to attend the
national convention of Junior Ha- '
dassah being held in Boston over
Thanksgiving weekend, with Miss
! Annette Mclich as alternate dele-
1 gate.
PAGE 9 B
Standing, left to rjqht. are Rabbi Morris Skop. Attorney
Harolc. Shapiro. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Miricm Jackson.
Miami Beach Councilman Harold Turk. Rabbi Leon Kronish and
habbi Abraham Cassel who will servo on an advisory commiliee
for the forthcoming Israel Cavalcade scheduled Jo open December
Coral Gables Zionist District.
Ones Shabbat on Saturday
H: i :. will be given by Eliza-
Institute On Judaism
Holds Gables Forum
ie;
J
Southern, Southeastern and
An Institute on Judaism For-
um was held last evening at the
Simkowitz and DeloreS Coral Gables Jewish Center
rnoff members of Young Dr. Donaid Michelson, director
:a who went to Israel under of the Hillel House, spoke on the
ewish Agency s Summer-in- History Of The Synagogue. Rab-
1 tour with other members bi Max Shapiro of the Beth David
bung Judaea. | Synagogue discussed the Basic
erman M. Popkin of Atlanta, Belief In Judaism. Rabbi Morris
th Director of the Southern Skop of the Coral Gables Jewish
r-Regional Zionist Youth; Center followed with an analysis
mission, sponsored by the of Customs And Ceremonies Of
heastern Region of the Zion- j The Jewish Faith.
ization of America and | Dr. Mlllcr Ritchie, Professor of
Human Relations at the Univer-
sity of Miami, acted as moderator
for the evening. An open forum
was held after the remarks of
each speaker.
Guests of the Center included
Ministers and Sunday School
teachers of the various churches
e interest whichTthe present in Cora! Gables. PTA presidents
ission has taken in at- Presidents of Daddy a Clubs and
principals and teachers of the
various schools. Personnel from
the Board of Public Instruction
and faculty members of the Uni-
versity of Miami were also in-
vited.
Mrs. Herman Rubin, chairman
of the Inter-Faith Committee, in-
troduced the speakers.
larles Seeks To
|aw Industry
feny manufacturers from
cities are locating plants or
ch plants in Miami because
ndustry here. William
I1 incumbent seeking
lection, said this week.
larles, who originated the
lb Miami Manufacturers
I credited the Greater
pi I: lustrial Board, appoint-
I iii -i nt commission,
go "l work in attract-
Indus!
I Ided that the director
I lustrial board's activi-
I ide favorable contacts
i Aircraft, Reming-
Winchester and Doug-
ft, with view to BUD-
many of their war
1 '' '"li Miami manufac-
will these sub-con-
n more jobs for Miami-
p'Kl more money in the pock-
Pf our merchants, but other
piiialis-.s may become im-
' ith Miami's progress
all or some portion of
1 n u f acturir.g here."
Jjes ill clared.
pries pointed out that prior
first Greater Miami Manu-
frers Exposition, there were
t 450 industrial plants here.
[ ne estimated, there are ap-
I ely 1,200 plants of all
F ploying 30,000 people
looo.ooV payrolls of about
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Sholemites Hear Zvi
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Sholem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai
B'rith, will hold its weekly lunch-
eon meeting today at the Seven
Seas Restaurant. Mr. Zvi Eng-
lander will be the guest speaker.
Englander, an attorney and. for-
mer bank manager in Israel, re-
cently returned from a three year
stay in the new State. He is past
president of Zionist District and
served as national executive vice
president of Masada. He arrived
in Palestine in July, 1947, and
witnessed the War of Indepen-
dence.
Michael Isenberg is luncheon
chairman.
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Religious Directory.:.
AHAVAS ISRAEL S I > > l : v
Friday e< servr services ai "
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- e 5 l s tr. services ai
S'-a'.os Seudos ...
HEBREW ,-, on
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MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL HeaCll PTA Has
fZJSSVSi Breakfast Affair
Sat morning services A Get-Acquainted Breakfast
at 8 3 V' gi )OM rod by the Parent Teachers
| s scheduled TM .-._.. nation of the Miami Beach
j, vish Center will be held on
at 4:30 r"" Mincha Wednesday. Hth.
y Si 10:30 am., Center's dining
: M r C..... I 'he affair is
S:3fl : .; :.: g F'.rtel who is also
;> chairman for the
SOI I '
rr.ittee members include
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and Mr 1
Mesdames Sherman Kaplan.
Herman Mecrlowitz. Leonard
Wolfe. Hy Forrest. Harrv Brick
and Theodore Hankoff.
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I Seeal r.d Stai Ster- ... ,- v- 5i
5hap.ro a-
:N'-V- jewish'o......
Mitzvahs TER OF HOLi.W. I
- F: : Mr and Mrs nine sen 5 at 8:3 5atui
LcuisFleis '- '
M s. Jack Pisetsfc Daily sen
. Mordc Hi- tinj
IH El C ----- Or- '
Fi ay ev- TEMPLE ISRAEL : n
services at 5:30 Reforn Prtdaj n
st 8-15 pi Dr -
p.m.. Narot will preach n Ul IUO-
s Seudos Bar ject H w Shall W Clinj .
| Berl i Ideal Of Peace In A '
Mrs :: rrv Gamse. :; O: War" The sen-; -c-duled
.-_.. i for Sat r ing to be dedicated to Armistice Day
... Con indei Captain Lester C
-MvrRm-'nv utth tap. Soldi of Miami Beach Post N
Ft ; ... Veterans. wiU
15 pm ^ Pn >* a1" '
, ; Bt u pay homage to those men pi
u World War
I aitl Juru r ser re j lied- *L ...
j : ISRAELITE CENTER Mind ....." Uvel Frlda>' evenmf, K^
.... ,ces at 5 pm with Saturday
Koven si ^i
9 RaDoi A raham Sachs will
TTMPtF rftn cuni r\i speak cr. ;-e Weeltlv Portion of
aEMFLE BI .--. SHOLEM .- ..;:rxy.a 5 pjr, f0\.
. :~- -- : -.: 1 seudos
Le< ". Kn n- .
KNESSETH ISRAEL I Ortho-
; dox>. Friday evening services at
;.- -: ; m S turday nwiringserv-
'- -830 a.t. Rabbi Abraham
NORTH A ?kit under the direction of
." s Glober and presented by
p m Rabbi Mayer the jjurserv School will highlight
Breakfast Rabbi Irving Lehr-
mar. spintual leader of the Mi-
Beach Jewish Center, and
Professor Sidney Greenberg. exe-
cutive director of the Center Re-
lig:ous School, are scheduled to
deliver brief addresses.
A musical interlude by Robert

All
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Stan
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Id at 11 a.m..
:' Mr ar.d Mrs.
Iirecting Daily
.. and at 5 ".5
service be- strassburg. recently appointed
gins at 8 30 music director of the Center, will
coTplete the program.
TIFERETH ISRAEL >" rthside-------------------------------------------------
Centi F evening services m honor of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
a: 8.15 DJB A continuation of Barish on the occasion of their
And Its iy~ redding anniversary. Sat-
lubject of a -unjav mornir.g senices at 9 a.m.
Saturday morn- utOAU NOilCt
at 9 a.m.. Rev._________________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha:
'. t-. '. toslrfna to i-ntaff in
1 under ih flcilti"u nme "f
SAL'S SMOKE SHOP. -' WHS '"ollins
., Miami Hvach. Florid
lends to r-irlM-r *a:d lumr with th<
.?- lb. Ctreali Coart of i>-dr
FI
8 I'ARISEY. Sole iTr
DAVID DRITKKR
. n for S Parl*>-
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Miami. F!
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9 a --.. Rev.
:. rg< Goldt rj e -.'~c:\r.c Tre
Reverend a ill preacr 1 Sig-
.e Of T-- Porti n Of The
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WEST MIAMI Jewish C
Friday ser. es : : 43 p m Late
services a: 8 15 p rr. Members
. I -..- W< -' ". "- War
Veterans will be special guests
Alfred Waxmai b sched-
uled to speak on: Armistice Day
A Challenge Mr and Mrs.
Morris Harru will oe hosts at a
reception in honor of the mar-
riage .f Mrs Harr:s sister, the
fomer Rorr.esa Rosentr.al to
George Cohen. Saturday morn-
ing services co-r.mence at 8:30.
The Rabbi will speak on
Wteklv Portion.
NOT CE LSOER P c-'a,,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
IJSUC 1 A .',
NOTICE tt HEREBY OIVEM that
th* und.m.rne^. dcirinr la nKaic
< nm ur.dt-r th* fictitious n*mr
Ot VANITT FA1F. STUDIOS, u 31>1
Shtr'.dan Avenue. Miami Bei-h. FI;.
tntenda :o rasiotor said name with
the Clerk al ISm CIi it Court ot I
,rie Pade County. Florida
A HENRY KACrTMAN
GEB8HON u MlI.l.KI'.. Baa
__________.__._. Attorney for Vault* Far
YOUNG ISRAEL Synagogue of 4:, u^n R.d
Miami Beach lOrthodox) Friday Miami Reach. Fia
evening sen-ices at 5:30 p.m.. '' ^'*--Vi____________________
with Saturday morning sen-ices > notice under fictitious
at 9. NAME LAW
NOTICE 0' *REM0L5
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PITH TFILAH ...
- 1 M 5:1J MIAMI BEACH Jewish Center
~ Satui rrm seni Opening ot '.a-e
Babl Joseph I >- .. evening services at 8:30
: v:r. Uhrman will
At P-n 1 on a Tril ute To A Land
the Rabbi .. si ah n I Reborn, ir < mmemoration of the
" at 4-30 n ent Ball j: D,-.- r^-rvance
: S s Set n hoi I .'. : : A -
' 1 bi Eban visil I Mian Cantor
S .-man will bant the
vice assisted by the Ce-r.ur
- AL ; ABLES JEWISH u iind. r UM z.:<.-.. n f Rob-
STER Libel Strasa -re Gree:.ngs
eninj 15 p.i Ra be extended by Jos
M ._.ri to re- ar.d Dr Morris Good-
''.' v man. Saturday morning sen--
.. fhe Rabbi
. r H Sat .-'. preach d the Weekly Por-
rmng sen-iw [he Bar Mitzvahs of Les-
son ol Mr and Mr- Samuel
DOWNTOWN Sj Or- WMsen and Stephen, son f Mr
ihodox Friday evenmg I Mrs. Di
;: 1 ..
Man-in Zel- 4 ; re followed bj
ict all services Seudos it 8 ajn.,
- .
ive). Friday evening sen- f K .^r.d F ] -ubek. t 3: N
HIS nm .-,-inrltirtMi Kv '* St-et Miami Pi intend XO
8.id pm-. conducted by nAmt with ,hr ,.Vrk of
ZAMORA Jewish Center (Con-
servati
ices a
Rev. Rudolf E. Brill. Maurice
Grossman, executive director of
the Jewish Community Center of
Miami will speak on The Im-
portance Of T.-.e Jewish Center
in Community Life An Oneg
Shabbat is scheduled to follow
NOTICE 18 HKHKBY OIVEN that |
the inder.|tned. dirlnr to tnat
ness under the flctlttoua name
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HARRY PEt.D
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LEGAL NOTICE
IthE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
, K8TATE OF
|/i i\ \lt< i\( i\'ITZ, deceased
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Persona Hav-
I'laims or Demands Against
i'jfi Estate:
l,,i .mil each of yon. are hereby
[fled and required ti> present any
and demand! which you, or
ol Mm, may have against the
k,,. f CKI.IA AHONliVITZ de-
led late "I I'ade County, Florida,
hi,, Hi hi VF. F. HLANTON &
INK H |il>\VI.IN<;, County Judges
R(nlr County, and file the same In
I, office in the County Courthouse
p,,,i. County, Florida, within eight
n,l.ci iiiiinlhs from the date of the
, indication hereof. Snld claims
lemands to*contain the legal ad-
,f tin- claimant and to be sworn
nl presented as aforesaid, or same
I, barred, See .Section 120 of the
Probate Act.
., tober 1.".. A.D. 1961.
BSTELLH ST(H,I,MACK,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
CELIA ARONOVITZ.
Deceased
VITZ & ARONOVITZ
rneye for
EU.E STOLLMACK.
ministratrix
-SB U/2-9
[IX
. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144624
SHERMAN. Plaintiff.
LplE SHERMAN. Defendant.
QALDIB SHERMAN.
Defendant.
210 Central Park South,
N, W V..rk dty, N.Y.
fcu. <;>>LDIE SHERMAN, are here-
Ji.itifiid that a Hill of Complaint
jMvorce has been filed against you.
fyou are required to serve a copy
pur Answer or Pleading to the Bill
Complaint on the nlalntiff's At-
IIAHRY n. SMITH. 420 Lin-
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and
|1 minal Answer or Pleading
office i>f the Clerk of the Clr-
ICourt on or before the 19th day
lovember, 1951. If you fall to do
|udgmciii by default will be taken
i i fur the relief demanded
n,n of Complaint.
b.N'E A\l> ORDERED at Miami.
|da, this 17th day of October. A.D.
i: li. LEATHERMAN,
Cleric, Circuit Court.
I'.nil- County, Florida
I'ourt Seal)
By WM \V. STOCKING.
Deputy clerk
IKY B. SMITH
fur Plaintiff
1.1. in Road
h, Florida
i: 2-9
llOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
t>TI'F. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I -in (1. desiring to engage
under, the fictitious name
BHEADE BEDDING MAT-
JSs CO., not inc. at 123 N. W.
81 Miami, F!a., Intends to reg-
ald name with the Clerk of the
Hit Court of Dade County, Flor-
WILLIAM L. SHEADE
Sole owner
|T> GROSSBERG
|ne> fen Applicant
ayne Bldg.
. 11/2-9
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
0 Sl'NDRIES at 110 Ponce De
Blvd Coral Cables. Fla.. Intend
glstei -.iid name with the Clerk
nt Court of Dade County,
Ida
C B ROBERTSON
MRS DEI-DA A. ROBERTSON
iwi
len F. Kessler
i fur Applicants
Iw.-t Flagler st.
F rlda
"' 11 2-9
I0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"K is HEREBY GIVEN that
I igned desirlnfE to engage In
'> inder the fictitious name of
|RAYS SALES at IBM N. W.
. Miami. Fla.. Intend* to
'aid name with the Clerk of
w Court of Dade County,
MURRAY JACOBS
Bole Owner
MAYERS
?"\ for Applicant
f : Building
l-'-i; u 2-9
ATTENTION
IATTORNEYS!
aa Jewish Floridlaa so-
Belts your lecjtil nonces.
appreciate your
snage and auaran-
accurate Berrlce ai
lal rales. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
LEGAL KOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
at'"cnre! under the fictitious name t
SI PKKIoR DELICACIES, at 942:.
Harding Avenue, Burfstde, Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the t lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade ( ounty, Florida
JOSEPH PoOFL.
GEORGE ,1. TAI.IANoFF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami ltiach. Fin.
10/2 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 ATI-ANTIC SERVICE
STATION, at 1910 N. \V. 7th Sir. .-i
Intends to register said name with
the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
^UA-UBERT M'^HAED DEITSCH
CHERTKOr & KAI.ish
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympia Ruilding
10/26 11/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144549
EDWARD L. MCCARTHY and
ADEI.E P. MCCARTHY, his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
THE NEW ENGLAND TRCST COM-
PANY, a Massachusetts Curpora-
tion. and ALBERT D. HOW1-ETT.
JR.. as Trustees under the Last
Will and Testament of ALBERT D
HOWI-ETT. deceased.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NEW KNGI.AND TRUST
COMPANY
135 Devonshire Street
Boston 7. Mass.
and
ALBERT D. HOWLETT. JR.
c/o The New England Trust
Company
MB Devonshire Street
Boston 7, Mass.
YOl" are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiffs Attorney, and to
file your original Answer in the Of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit i'ourt
on or before the 19th dav of Novem-
ber. 1911; otherwise the Bill of Com-
plaint for Successor Trustee filed
herein will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED this 17th day of October.
1961.
E. B. LEA THERM AN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I >adc County, Florida
By WM. W sn ICKING
Deputv Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney for Plaintiff
910 i ilympla Bldg,
Miami. Florida
in 19-26 11'2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
.. TAX DEED
t,i r" V." h,,r'l'V Chen that Nathan-
F,,.i j '''V'1' ,n,,|der as assignee of
KAe.glade*; Drainage Tax Bale Certlfl-
i i!,"""T! ** ,l""rt ,he *
da. oi May A.D. 1949. hhas filed said
application for tax deed to issue
e'rV!,,' ." a<"rdanoe with law. Said
!.,'', ,m,,'"-es the following
,:,,. ''d ""-opeity. situated In Dade
i ounty, Florida, to-wit:
Lot IS. Itl.sk 2. l-arkins Town-
e,.e-r '" ,""?k -' V"Ke "'5' l"'-
gated in Paiie County, state ,,i
t londa.
The assessment of said
property under the Certificate
issued was in. the name of
Ai.x f ass. Cnless said Cer-
tificate shall Iip redeemed ac-
cording to law. tax deed will
issue thereon the IPth dav of
Noytmber, A.D. 1951.
1951* day of 0c,oberi A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
,^i- .. ,. r""1'' '"ounty. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. c. BTERRETT,
10/19-26 -l,%nr'-rk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage*
in Dullness under the fictitious name
if II A; II MARKET, at 1485 N. W.
3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
l- lorida..
MAX FELDMAN
SARA FEI.DMAN,
His Wife
Sole Owners
MARX M FAHER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress itidg.
1" M 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 ROSE ARMS APARTMENTS at
1341-45 Meridian Avenue, Miami
Peach. Fla.. intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Rose SCHNEIDER
Sole Owner
Hi 26 11 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tre fictitious name of
ARROW PACKACE STORE
V, ?? '"""Ins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida intends to register said name
w-ith the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida
ETTA SAMIELS,
IRVING CYPEN ^ "'ner-
f0/,l'9rn26y,,fO;2-9APPli NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144532
RITA CLICKER SAMS, Plaintiff
vs.
JAMES I.. SAMS. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMES D. SAMS
c/o Oeorge W. Post
701 l'runty 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 fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of October. A.D.
1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy clerk.
10 |9.2] ii :-.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PHILS 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 f,,r Applicant
10/19-26 11 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HERKKY GIVEIN that
the undersigned, desiring to engi
business under the fictitious name of
SPORTSMAN'S BARBER SHOP
at 2236 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I'.ole Countv, Florida
PHILIP II. HORENSTEIN,
Sole Owner.
IRVINU CYPEN
120 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach
Attorney for Applicant.
10,19-26 11 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CLAIRE APARTMENTS, at IS56
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LESLIE FR1EBERT
CLAIRE FRIEBERT
Owners
1D2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lb HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of C.CY MOTORS, at M'.i S W. Mh
St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of tile Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
fil'Y A. l.ooMIS. JR.
A W SCHOSTAK
11/2-9-16-2.1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144691
WANDA NICHOLSON. Plaintiff.
vs.
RICHARD LEE NICHOLSON.
I lefendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RICHARD LEE NICHOLSON
ASN NO. 0-19178S9
1st Student Officer Co.
Fort Eustls, Virginia.
Yol' are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original answer
ill the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 23rd day
of November. 1951: otherwise, the Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
filed herein, will be taken as confess-
ed I'V lull
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
day of October. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \v STOCKING,
Deputv Clerk.
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
Attorney for Plaintiff
' 1407 Biscavne Bldg.
' Miami. Florida.
, 10 26 11 2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 144705
El.i:\.\i iR MARTO, Plaintiff,
vs.
Louis marto. Defendant.
TO; LOriB MARTo
17 Post Avenue
New York City, N. Y.
You. LOUIS marto. are hereby
I notified that a Bill of Complaint for
i 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 plaintiffs At-
torneys. CHERTOF AND KAI.ISH.
607-11 Olympia Building. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of November. 1951, If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
Done AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24th day of October.
A.D. 1931.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit conn.
Dad.- County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM w STOCKING,
Deputv Clerk.
CIIERTKOF AND KAI.ISH,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
617-11 Olympia Building,
Miami. Fla.
10/26 11 '2-9-16
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 SHAGOURY, Plaintiff
VI
ALFRED R SHAC.OCRY. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO! Alfred R. Shagoury
562 4Mb Street
Brooklyn, New York
You. Alfred It. Shagoury. are hereby
notified that a BID of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a OOP}
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torneys, CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISH.
607-608 Olympia Building, Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the "ffi......f the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th dav of November. 1951. If you
fall to do mi. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of October. A.D.
E R LEATHERMAN.
cierk. Circuit Court.
I lade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal) ...,
By WM. \V. STOCKING.
Deputv Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KAI.ISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10,19-26 II 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that j
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of KAYS LUGGAGE >. CUTLERY
SHOP, at 27 N E 1st Avenue. Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dadi County Floi
CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM
ABE KIRSCHENBAUM
i iw ii, i i
10'26 !1 2-9-16
kDa^
SEITLIN & COMPANY
c
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
I* N.K. Sn4 ST. MIAMI St. FLA.
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.
MEI.V1N A. MANN. Defendant.
TO: MELVIN A. MAN*
7349 l8th Street
Flushing. I^iii^ Island.
N w York.
ORDER BY PUBLICATION
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
vonr 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, 1991, If you [
fall to do so. judgment by default I
will be taken against you for the re- i
lief demanded ill the bill of complaint, i
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of (ictober. 19.11.
K 11 LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Conn
(Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
BALLOT. SILVER \- .MCLI.i'Y
\ raeyi for Plaintiff
104 Ingriihain Building
Miami. Florida.
10/M 11 2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 26518 B
In Re: ESTATE < F
ANNA SHERMAN, I.....ased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ir Demands An., Inst
Said Estate:
You. aiid each of you, arc hereby
lied and required to present any,
claims and demands which you. or \
either of you. inav have against the1
estate "f ANNA SHERMAN, d-----ised
late ol New York County, New York,
to the Hon FRANK 1! BOWLING,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the fiist publli
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the i
ant and to be sworn to and presi nted
as aforeaald, or same win be barred.
Date October 20, A. D I9S1
GEORGE SHERMAN. |
As Ancillary Admlnlstra-
tratOT, CTA of the Estate
of
ANNA SHERMAN.
Deceased.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Ancillary
Admlnistrat, a
IP 2d 11'2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142340
WILLIAM F. PERRY. Plaintiff.
RUTH WASSERSTEIN and
SA.M WASSERSTEIN. her bus' nd.
Defet i.ints.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: III "I'M WASSERSTEIN
and
SA.M WASSERSTEIN
Address Unknown.
Yol" are hereby required to
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint on Plaintiff's Attorn. and
to file the Original Answer In tin* of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 26th day of Novem-
ber, 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint heretofore filed will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED at Miami, Dude County.
Florida, this 22nd day ol Octol...-.-. 19.11.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the ClrouTt Coiirt
Dade County. Florl
By WM W STOCKING.
Deputv clerk.
Name and Address ol
Plaintiff's Attornev:
NORMAN R. LYONS,
910-12 Olympia Bldg.
Miami, Florida.
10/26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busini ss under the fictitious name
I--.' !, I-XIIIIV. < .-.kMll*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the partnership lately subsisting be-
tween Louis Erenburg and Isaiah S.
Bet-man, d/b/a. Essen paint CO.,
at 11 Beacom Blvd.. Miami, was dis-
solved October 11. 1951. and that the
undersigned, desiring to carry on said
business as sole owner, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fla.
LOUIS ERENBURG.
Sole Owner
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler street
t 11 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 144517
CELIA Kamlnsky. Plaintiff.
vs.
MORRIS KAMINSKY. Defend
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To. Mr. Morris Kamlnsky
c o Irving and Sue Hall
39 Tinner Place
Brooklyn. New York
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED"
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
li.,s been filed against you, ar.d you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney, end
file the original answer in the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Co. ,n
or before the P'th day of November.
19.71. in default of which, the Bill of
Complaint will be taken as conl issed
against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade county. Florida, this 17th laj
of October, 1951.
E. P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Cinuit Court
|I| COUli Seal I
By: WM. w STOCK NO.
Deputy Clerk
LEO SHEINER
:., v for Plaintiff
80S Roper Ituilding
20 S B, lid Av.-nue
M ami 32, Florida
11 _'-'.i-ir.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 144742
HELEN HAAS. Plaintiff.
RICHARD U HAAS. Defendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
To: Richard I. Haas
:4 East 90th street
New York. New York
YOU, RICHARD I. HAAS an
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has beer, filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a Copy of your answer or
iriL- to said BUI of Complaint fo Dl-
\.,r on the Plaintiff's attornev. SID-
NEY BOBBINS, HIT Congress Bjild-
ing, Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal answer or pleading in the office
Of the clerk of the Circuit Court "n
or before the 1st day of December.
19:,; If you fail to do SO, Judgment
by default will be taken again-; you
for the relief demanded In the 1
Complaint.
Dated this 26th day of October.
1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit '' 'urt.
Miami. Florida.
B\ M C FEIGE,
Deputv Clerk
SIDNEY ROBBINS
\ ornej for Plaintiff
MH Congress Building
Miami, Florida
-.. :'-'i-li".-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 14471E
i ERN Mi "ire, Plaintiff
v-
EVERETT MooRE. IR.. Defei
NOTIOE BY PUBLICATION
T< EVERETT MOoRE. JR.
, south nth Street
HAMILTON. OHIO
PVT. EVERETT MOORE, JR
c o i'OST ADJUTANT
, \MP STONE MAN.
CALIFORNIA
YOU arc required to serve B
f yoUT Answer to the Bill of >
plaint for Dlvor......n Plaintiff's At-
torney and to file the Original Ans-
w. : In the office of the Clerk of the
en. in: Court, on or before the 84th
day of November. 1951: otherwla
Bin of Complaint heretofore filed
her- .n will bo taken gl confessed bj
"'DATED at Miami. Florida, this 21tli
day of October. A.D. J95I.____.....
E B. LEATHERMAN
Cleik of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florid
By WM W. STOCKIN ..
Deputy Clerk.
Nam< and Address of
riaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN R LYONS
91 -12 I Hvmpla Building.
Miami, Florida
10 26 11/2-9-16 ______
M< iRRIS FRIEDBERU
Sole Owner
10/36 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In business under the fictitious name
Of ESKAY TEXTILES, al 255 VVe-t
Street, Miami. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
da,
SOLOMON KASH1N
10/19-26 11 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
lerslgned, desiring to ei
in business und.-r the fictitious
MORENE APARTMENTS.
-an Avenue. Miami Beach I ]
. register said name with we
I the Circuit Court ol l" ie
nty' **"** DAVID SAFFAN
ROSE SAFFAN
ALBERT ROSA
uii-i a aosA
BBPH PARDO
am. n< ) for Applicants
914 Seyliold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
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ROYAL QUALITY!
EASY CREDIT
SPEC
ROYAL
FULLY GUARANTEED
FACTOR? TYPE
FULL CAPS
GETS YOU ROLLING
REG-L1"
670 x 15 .................. S11.9C
700 x 15 ... 1*35
710 x 15 .................. 13.15
760 x 15 ...............- 14.30
820 x 15 ......... ISH
* Exchange or cap Tour ccsiag*
* No chartje tor locners"
* Wnitawalls arailable!
Norton Tire Company Inc.
MIAMI
.-?# W. Flagler Street Ph. 3-4C39 49M M. W. 2nd Av-.
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MIAMI BEACH
1-451 Alton Road
5-5115


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