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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jME 24Number 46
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
mil<" Televises
bilious Service
b YORK CITY (AJP)
J was believed to be the first
1st in history of a complete
tus service from inside a
logue highlighted the 80th
fersary celebration of Tem-
a-ael here last week.
[audience exceeding 100,000
(estimated to have seen the
us Hebrew prayers and
Jg in the eighth of a series
Ik vised religious programs
latins in churches and syna-
^ration for the historic tele-
is handled by Rabbi Mor-
Kertzer, director of the
Jican Jewish Committee's
Religious affairs committee.
rcr Shown For
ing Germans
(Western Army
|W YORK CITY (AJP)Dis-
re that 72 per Cent of the
Irican public polled in a na-
survey favor admitting
em Germans into an army
General Eisenhower's corn-
drew fire last week from
|ding Jewish spokesman who
ed the findings "startling
^nce" of the effectiveness of
Jerman propaganda.
le findings were disclosed in
Bllop Poll made public last
^. According to the findings,
er cent of those queries on
jbject favored "allowing the
lof West German soldiers in
|Allied European army." Op-
ng the move were 15 per
while another 13 per cent
trend with a "no opinion."
flop, in presenting the find-
preferred:
i'htn the war against Ger-
)y ended in May, 1945, if
tone had predicted that with-
|iix years the American peo-
K'ould overwhelming welcome
natty soldiers in a new Euro-
army, he probably would
|e bein regarded as crazy.
The prevailing idea," Gallop
timed, was to strip Germany
[all fighting power perma-
Itly "
[< '' less Gallop said a poll
lertaken by his American In-
liiit Public Opinion showed
I ijority of American vot-
i re-arming the former
! (ding that during the
I was greater American
[ the Germans than the
l>an<. Gallop reported never-
1 ss 'hat "more Americans
|cr allowing Germany to put
pei n the field than allow-
^Italy to build up her armies
I every 100 American vot-
.d whether they favored
''- Italy to increase the
r armed forces," only 59
xpressed approval. An-
I per cent were opposed
I per cent failed to ex-
fss an opinion.
] closure that the over-
number of voters
favored using German sol-
f:- in Kurope's defense brought
attack from Rabbi Irv-
U r. president of the Amer-
' tiun of the World Jewish
igri
Moshe Sharett To Ask For Further Aid
From America; Discusses Peace Doubt
JERUSALEM (JTA)Israel will ask. in the next few days, for
B new aid grant from the United States Government, Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharett announced in the Israel Parliament last week.
The Knesset was crowded as deputies and visitors came to hear
Minister Sharett's statement of Israel's attitude toward a Middle
East defense command and on
American assistance. as a result of the Arab invasion
The Israel Minister paid trib- would be deduc*ed from the total
ute to President Truman and I paym.e,nt: ,
leaders of both maior Dohtical Outlining Israel's stand on the me wew rorK Meraia-xnoune,
parties in the US who made pos- i9."!ftiJL^.e_siabiishi!if Middle ^e[ ^CarTson? ex^o^ve
adventures behind Arab lines.
sible the $65,000,000 m grants for ^; command Mr Sharett em-
Israel included in the recently
passed US foreign aid program.
He declared that these grants are
of "considerable help" in Israel's
current difficult economic situa-
tion, and that they will improve
the financial condition of the
country. Mr. Sharett also told
Parliament that Israel's interests
lie in those countries whose Jew-
ish communities can assist in
bringing immigrants to the Jew-
ish state and in stabilizing the
nation.
In a resume of events at the
Paris Arab-Israel conciliation
conference, which has completed
seven weeks of frustration, the
Foreign Minister said that the
success of the talks was doubtful
from the beginning, and it is now
clear that the Commission has
failed. Until the Arab states agree
to Israel's condition that the
armistice agreements be convert-
ed into peace treaties Israel will
not enter into further negotia-
tions with them, he stated.
He declared that it was the re-
sponsibility of the Arab states to
absorb the Arab refugees, while
Israel was prepared to pay repar-
ations tor abandoned Arab lands.
However, he pointed out, Israel
cannot in her present situation
make such payment without in-
ternational contributions, and
that damages suffered by Israel
Sunday, Nov. 18
GREER GARSQN
STARS FOR UJA
phasized that the Western Pow-
ers have not invited the Jewish
state to participate in such a com-
mand, but merely informed her
of their plans to establish it. No
Middle East command has been
established as yet, he assured the
deputies.
In this connection he pointed
out that Israel views with an-
xiety the delivery of arms to any
state in the Middle East which
refuses to sign a peace treaty
with the Jewish state. "The
arms," he said, "might be turned
against us at any moment and
under any circumstances, there-
fore Israel must look for closer
ties with those democratic coun-
tries where the Jewish communi-
ties can assist us."
Mr. Sharett stressed Israel's
wholehearted desire to see world
peace preserved. However, the
hard facts show that the interna-
tional situation remains tense, he
said. This, he added, compels Is-
rael to safeguard her interests,
security and independence "as
we defended it during the War
of Liberation."
British Reported
Seeking Haifa
As Naval Base
NEW YORK CITY (AJP) A
leading foreign correspondent re-
ported last week that Allied mili-
tary leaders, irked over Egypt's
continuing hostility to the Brit-
ish, were considering the use of
Haifa, main Israeli port, as the
foremost naval base in the Medi-
terranean.
C. L. Sulzberger, in a cabled
report from London to the New
Pegler blasted the papers for York Times, predicted that Israel
having "had the gall to put over \ stock "may rise rather than fall"
Pegler Attacks
iv\ pose On Arab
Fascist Activity
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Two daily newspapers were un-
der attack last week by column-
ist Westbrook Pegler for afford-
ing favorable reviews to John
Roy Carlson's expose on Arab
fascists. Cairo To Damascus.
Subjected to Pegler's attack
were the New York Times and
the New York Herald-Tribune,
on the public as the work of an
honest author" the latest work
penned by Carlson. He labled
the anti-fascist author "a notor-
ious sneak and liar." Writing in
as a result of Egyptian moves
against England in the Suez area.
Sulzberger wrote that "certain
public whispers may soon be
heard" favoring the establish-
a column syndicated to hundreds ment of Haifa as a main naval
of daily newspapers throughout ; base "if Egypt refuses to play
the country by King Features, ball."
a Hearst syndicate, Pegler charg- I The choice of Haifa, he con-
ed the papers "squander the pub- j tinued, would in no sense involve
he confidence" by attempting to -the abandonment of the Suez
present Carlson as an accurate
reporter.
"It is doubtful that any other
person purporting to be a report-
er and author has a more notor-
ious record," wrote Pegler. He
claimed that much of Carlson's
writings in two previous ex-
poses, Under Cover and The Plot-
ters, were proven false.
Carlson's latest book sheds
light on the role of world-wide
fascism in aiding the Arab in-
vasions against Israel.
bases."
The correspondent reported
that Allied leaders might seek to
encourage a deal between Israel
and Jordan and claimed that the
slain Abdullah had "sought a se-
cret deal with Tel Aviv under
which he would receive the Gaza
area (now held by Egypt) and a
strip across Israel leading to that
Mediterraneon port."
Sulzberger said the late mon-
arch's project fell through "but
the possibility that it might be re-
vived has not been excluded"
Eban Warns Against Egypt As Near
East Partner; Sees Drive Israel's Hope
Edelstein X anted
Federal Judge
WASHINGTON (AJP) An
Orthodox Jew, son of a Talmu-
dist, was named last week Fed-
eral District Court judge in New
Striking out against Egypt and the Arab League, Israeli Am- York by Presic^ Tnimn fter
bassador to the United States, Abba Eban. stated that his country. f^J^S^11 dechned lhe
in the light of recent unilateral agreement dissolutions, had no ^"g'T; aoDointed
alternative but to ally itself solidly with Western Democratic Powers. DandNEdeS Assent US
The Ambassador, speaking at a dinner reception held In his v ld Genera to fill the va
honor last Sunday evening in the Saxony Hotel, added that so long m^gZr{ ^vhipln
as the Arabs lookedupon, the hettos and cellars 0f the Moslem the Southern District of New
neW .J,e*"!i., I*. u. X!!i"y* world of squalor and discrimina- York. Edelstein's recess appoint-
: tion," he stated, and warned that
"Israel could not live alone.
The capacity-filled P a g o d a ^j,-> suueu J-J
Room heard gb*n on ft. occas- g*W5 and Irq. Predicting
"BA? W 5SL? UJPom that Israel's population would
with the sale of some fd44,9uu, ifiwnnn hv the end of
which brought the total of South Jump to "*, J* 2*
Florida's purchase to S1.011 200 in | difficulties and ac-
Israel Bonds. Augment ng hls : ^ ^^ .Theiv are no I graduate and legal
initial attack which described the fortable revolutions in his- | Fordham University.
Near Eastern situation as a he said whi,e iming out
state of effervescence and up- ^ struggles following the after-
math of military victory. Israeli
citizens have been called upon
to sacrifice even their minimal
needs because Jews abroad, he
felt, would not. "They are ex-
hausted. Under the impact of
vast economic burden will they i *&{
W* Xicmoeller
mviMg Against
inning Germany
[CHICAGO (AJP)A German
Kj>nan warned America a-
f^' re-arming Western Ger-
p> last week in a national
padcast here.
Fjtttor Martin Niemoeller, Ger-
If" churchman, warned that
rjf re-armament of Germany
t" not help to establish peace
rm," even er>danger peace."
c clergyman participated in
ltvi?J;l.roadcast of ^e Univer-
LL chlca8o Round Table pro-
["n over NBC.
Greer Garson, distinguished
Academy Award winning
screen star, will play the lead-
ing rob in the United Jewish
Appeal's final nationwide
broadcast of 1951 when she
appears Sunday evening. No-
vember 18. from 10:30 to 11:00
p.m.. (EST) over the coast-
to-coast facilities of the Na-
tional Broadcasting Company.
Miss Garson will play the role
of a woman doctor at an immi-
grant work village (Maarbara)
near Tiberias in Israel and with
a supporting cast of nol^d
Broadway and Hollywood play-
ers will tell the story of the
newcomer's adjustment to a
life of hope and decency fol-
lowing years of oppression in
lands of danger, tension and
darkness. This latest program
will bring to eight the UJA's
nationwide broadcasts for the
current year, largest number
ever presented by lhe UJA
over she nation's major net-
works.
heaval with its attendant epi-
demic of assasinations. unilateral
break of treaties and uninterrupt-
ed hostility to Israel", Eban
'. charged that the nationalist im-
1 pulse of the Arab ar.d Moslem
people had to be looked upon
negatively. While "no thin g | b~jor^ed t0 their knees and into \
would be more invidious than : depression of undemocratic ,
to deny this impulse and while tries jn tne midst of which j
theoretically, at least, "Israel wel- liveo-.
corned it", only the most insensi- > --, .,,,,
mer.t is subject to Senate con-
firmation when Congress recon-
venes in January.
Edelstein. an outstanding attor-
nev, entered Federal service in
1945, as an Assistant US Attor-
ney General. He took his under-
courses at
An observant Jew, the new
judge is an active member of the
Westside Jewish Institute. He
plans to be sworn in as a judge
on November 14th in New York.
While
funds were being allocated for
Bv contrast, Eban continued. j~'^_ish exodus "from inimical
Israel's forward-looking policy neiKhboring countries, other mon-
; envisioning a virtual industrial ies needed simultaneous spending
revolution by democratic process- for this construction program. It
, es, inflamed the Arab-Moslem would bc disastrous, he warned,
"old economic inertia, squalor for the one to be sac,ificed in
and disease". He precluded the the name of ,ne other
possibility that Israel could feel | ..Your obligation in the midst
safe around these neighbors who I of lavisri American splendor."
no less than coveted the new Eban cont.iudedt must be made
state's rapid strides. Warning I pqual to my governments effort !
that no agreements with Egypt | hampered by austerity and neigh- I
could be considered safe since bof pressures. Can we bridge the I
the unilateral dissolution of long- aimost indecent hiatus between A
; standing British pacts, he repeat- our effort and yours?"
i ed that Israel must now look to An overwhelming ovation
the West as the bastion of free- groeted the Ambassador's ad-
thinking "peoples. Egypt, he add- drfcSS Previously, greeting had
ed, could not be regarded valu- been extended by Dr. Morris
able as a partner to pending
West-Near East pacts. "How can
democracy." he wondered, "be
defended bv states that do not
hold democracy dear within its
own borders?"
Eban then stressed the urgency
of the Independence Bond Issue.
"Jews must be rushed from the
Goodman, general chairman of
the Greater Miami Committee
For Bonds Of Israel Government,
by Dan B. Ruskin, dinner chair-
man, and by the Hon. Burnett
Roth, vice mayor of Miami Beach,
who spoke in the name of the
mayors of Miami, Miami Beach
and Coral Gables.
VICTORY HUG FROM MOM
All smiles following his
sweeping victory in the New
York City election for Presi-
dency of City Council. Jewish
candidate Rudolph Halley re-
ceives a victory hug from his
mother. Mrs. Pauline Halley
(right) who shares honors with
Mrs. Marre LaGuardia. wife of
the late mayor of New York
City. David Dubinsky of the
Liberal Party is on the left
next to Mrs. LaGuiron.
(American Jewish Press Photo)


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wu the best man. The ush-
re Bernard Ely. Arnold
Pi rn Sj ::. Cantor. Norman
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ler.
Mr and Mrs. Katz spent their
n at the Concord Hotel
on N-... V rk'i Kiameaba Lake
are now residing in Bain-
Maryland, where Mr.
Ki I ttati oed with the Navy.
Miss Schenkman
of Miami Beach
High School and of the
School of Business. Mr.
Katz. Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Massachu
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TO CITY < OMMISMOX
EILL DAVIS is qualified !o Leccrr.f your C*. r-__i i
... As chairman and mmmbm, of MisS *9 SSE''^"".
for SEVEN fMn, he had the oppoA^irv i'if,J7 ?, Board
department in city piM.,.,,| ." BILL DAV S k^i '7hVr
problems, their budgets and M, on.,.*,?** SblDAVIS
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PULL LEVER UA > \OV. 2*
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Hillel Seeks Funds
For New Building
Reco| urgent de-
.triiiite action :n
an adequate build-
K .:. : : -.dent
H lei A Ivisory Council
inching a
re campaign for cap-
A gran: of land, made bv the
-' Miami, measuring
T-"u 129 ft and located
on : campus adjacent I
Baptist will accom-
modate the new project designed
bv architect Normar. Giller.
Heading the committee's of-
f.c:al family is Harold Turk, ap-
pointed Director of the campaign
The first in a series of-events
designed to raise $150,000. the
required to build the new
manse, will be a Campaign
Breakfast at the Miamian Res-
taurant on Sunday. 10 a.m.. No-
mber 18:h. when officers, trus-
I -- IS of the 14 B'nai
B'rith Iorges :n Greater Miami
meet to discuss plans for
the fund-raising project.
Uicen appointed to as-
' RH completing
Hillel project are Sidnev '
Ids Optner. co-chair-
'. the men's a: en's
' the B'nai B'ritl
I i Gol lin .
pietion of the r.
ing. the old
ace de Leon Boule-
torr down and salv-
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fund for the main-
v Hillel Houmt
Ardmnre
Alexander Andron
Andron To Be Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Alexander J. Andron, son of
Dr. and Mrs. David- S. Andron
of 3127 Prairie Avenue. Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
torr.orrow morning. 9 a.m.. at
the Hebrew Academy.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
of the senior class at the H. .
Academy and has attended the
school since its inception. Dr.
Andron is president of the Acad-
'".'' and one of its founders Mrs.
vice president of the
' Acadt:- -. w men.
Haftorah.
: Bar Mitzvah will also lead
the Sabbath service. A reception
in his honor will follow at the
Academy. Paternal grandpar-
: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Andron.
Irs. Blanche Schlang Nir-
grandparent.
*'ill ag those present.
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1951
+Je*i PAGE 3 A
'11 Say...
Li minority is inclined to think that it alone
t uintoied the tyranny of the majority. Few
I nliz<' that when the Federal Constitution was
Ui Catholics were permitted to vote only in
frnd Delaware, and Pennsylvania. Compared
hV. treatment meted out to Catholics at various
in the United States, the Jewish minority, by
secure from harassment, has almost en-
d picnic.
ECUTION IN ENGLAND
hP colonists brought over from England their
!h of "Popery", a vulgarism commonly used in
"th ind 18th centuries. The laws of few Col-
'neimitted the settlement of Catholics. These
rtions and disabilities recall the Jewish treat-
in Europe for 1,000 years. English Catholics
arrested and fined for not attending Protestant
ps for keeping arms in their homes, for edu-
their children abroad, for using schoolmasters
leir wn faith, for making converts, for burying
dead in their own churchyards. To ease these
len^ Lord Baltimore founded Maryland as a
lie ,cfuge. The liberal charter permitted the
ince of other Christian denominations, which
became strong enough to abolish for a time
roting franchise of 'Tapists".
MCAN BIGOTRY
he founding fathers, including George Wash-
in wiic inclined to give no sanction to bigotry.
Constitution guaranteed every one freedom to
ihip in his own fashion. Yet hatred of Catholic-
continued to flourish. Resentment against Irish
lierants was especially vicious. In 1834, the Ur-
ie Convent of Charlestown, Massachusetts was
ie(j by a mob, with the authorities and police
ine on. No one was convicted except a boy,
jm the Governor immediately pardoned.
Ileivce AND BLOODSHED
V Philadelphia, native Protestants made furious
ks upon Irish neighborhoods. The Military and
lines were called out to protect life and property.
i lasting for days resulted in bloodshed and loss
Anti-Catholic Upheaval in the U.S.A.
By HARRY S1MONHOFF
of life'to both sides. Fire consumed 54 homes; Irish
stores were rifled. Catholic churches and school
houses, a seminary, library, and priest's dwelling
were all burned to the ground. Cann~n had to be
posted in the streets, and soldiers ordered to fire on
mobsters before order could be restored. Murder
and anarchy, pillage and arson broke out in New
York, Baltimore, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Louisville, Ken-
tucky, Sidney, Ohio, Bath and Bangor, Maine. "For 48
hours," a St. Louis newspaper reported, "The City
has been the scene of one of the most appalling
riots that has ever taken place in the country. Men
have been butchered like cattle, property destroyed,
and anarchy reigned supreme The military and
police have thus far been unable to check the on-
ward march of lawlessness and crime."
MARIA MONKS DISCLOSURES
The public was now in a receptive mood for a
series of trashy books, calculated to inflame anti-
Catholic passions. The vilest screed among them
was: Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, as Exhibited
in a Narrative of Her Sufferings, During a Resi-
dence of five Years as a Novice, and During Two
Years as a Black Nun, in the Hotel Deau Nunnery
at Montreal. People swallowed greedily the salacious
details of orgies in convents, with priests partici-
pating, of young nuns disappearing in mysterious
subterranean passages, their babies destroyed in
quicklime. At the invitation of the Bishop, repre-
sentative Protestants of New York went to investi-
gate the Montreal Convent and interview 21 year
old Maria Monk, already on the road to infamy and
prostitution. But the public paid little attention to
the conclusions of integrity. Aroused emotions sel-
dom listen to the voice of reason.
SAMUEL F. B. MORSE
The upper level of intolerant Protestant nativists
received intellectual stimulus from the inventor of
the telegraph. Samuel F. B. Morse, open minded
to scientific investigations but a bigot in religious
and social thinking, wrote a book that repeated every
libel and slander leveled against the Church of
Rome since the Reformation. The prestige of the
great inventor gave authority and credence to his
Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the
Untted States. The situation was now ripe for poli-
ticians to exploit public gullibility. Religious prej-
udice galvanized political action.
KNOW NOTHING PARTY
Out of the moribund Whig Party, the Grand
Council of the United States of North America
arose. A secret organization, it had the ritual, grips,
password and oath always dear to American Yokelry.
Members invariably answered all questions "I don't
know." Branded Know Nothings, they battened on
the puerile need of belonging to a secret band. They
stirred up the dormant instincts of native bigotry
against "Romanism"; they would have the gates of
America closed to large scale immigration; they
sought to impose a 21 year wait for citizenship;
they preached the dogma of hate toward the alien,
coming out openly as the American Party, they
mushroomed rapidly and elected governors and
congressmen. In 1855, New York, Massachusetts,
Ohio and Connecticut legislated some spiteful anti-
Catholic measures. Backing Millard Filmore for the
Presidency, they piled up 814,534 votes and lost.
ITS RAPID DISOLUTION
There is no telling into, what depths fanaticism
and intolerance would have plunged the nation had
the temper of the times not veered towards abol-
ishing slavery and preserving the Union. Know
Nothingism was checked and soon drowned in the
titanic blood bath of Civil War. The two subsequent
anti-Catholic movements of A.P.A. and K.K.K. never
attained the hysteria or momentum of Know Noth-
ingism. Had the warped, narrow heads prevailed,
the American Union would have congealed into a
provincial ochlocracy, with an established church,
closed to the surge of vast immigration that enabled
the United States to become the leading world
power within a century.
Beth El Sisterhood Has Harvest Dance
The Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Beth El will hold a Harvest
Supper Dance on Sunday even-
ing, November 18th, at 6 p.m., in
the Dora August Memorial Audi-
torium. .
Participating in the entertain-
ment will be Roberta Weiner and
the Sigma Tau Sorority .sisters of
Elaine Palmer: Leala Dubler.
Ruth Keyser, Shirlev Stein, Mar-
cia Kanner. Natalie Lang, Fran-
ces Speetor. Maxine Hart, Lee
Merlan, Sandra Whitman. Dianne
Nager, Shirlev Greenfield, Ro-
berta Flagash and Ann Kaplan.
Chairman and co-chairman for
the affair are Mrs. Sidney Palm-
er and Mrs. Max Rappaport.
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Mr. and Mr.. Joseoh Cherner. 5045 Lakeview Dr ve were ho.U, al; "1%*?^%
jr.bassador and Mrs. Abba Eban. Standing, left Jo right, m U* Cherner home'" g
herner. Samuel Goldlarb. Dr. Morris Goodman, and Max Orov.tx. Seated lefito right, are ^nern
I. L. Minister. Ambassador Eban. Wm. D. Singer. Mrs. Eban and Samuel Fr.edland.
\andel Cites Am Aim More Parkm At
Pointing to his record in office .parts throughout the city as one
one of accomplishment, City of his major accomplishments
tnmi88ioner Louie Bandel this Bandel also pointed out tnat ne
ek eited the creation of 10 tot I had been instrumental in several

does -- -R
Rally Tonight
important appointments to city
posts, including W. D. (Bill)
Singer as a member of the plan-
ning board; William L. Pallot,
member of the mayor's public
works committee; Harry Marko-
witz, also to membership on the
public works committee; Al Dub-
bin, as associate municipal judge;
and Harry Fisher as a member
of the mayor's traffic study com-
mittee.
In connection with the tot |
parks, Bandel explained, it is his
purpose to establish these facil- 1
ities all over Miami, so that it
will not be necessary to go more |
than five blocks from any home |
to the nearest one. They would :
be operated without the necessity
of city personnel.
Bandel said every indication
points to his re-election to the
ission. "Reports from every
section indicate that my candi-
dacy is being extraordinarily re-
ceived." he said, "and while
things look fine, I hope my
friends will not ecome com-
placent nor over-confident.
The job will not be done un-
til you go to the polls next Tues-
day and again a week later, and
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iAmM HorH^r
ramATTNoyEMBQ,
EDITORIAL
Hala**ah
7 r.e Grecter Miami Chapter c: Hsiosezi be-
gins c cor.ra.-red s-ifort cr. Mend".- re nil crater.*.
:r? 3 3:: Baacflbankif listing. The Wfc c: No-
vanbsf 19ft ifwonah 26:1-. infl re de-.rred to
this effort.
I: would r.e. re for-fetchec to say that Hadas-
sch has he'.pe; boiM pill a: c: rer>rrr.ry rr.
the Neat Eaei Israel s batds rr.es one bow d..
The cicry or he hoar: 2 wc for seh cnilOSMBiy can
be r;:::xe- rr rr.ly cs c meory The new
s;a:e s cssssHM iocs only the real:-.- rr rrnstr-r
t.rr. .r. OB Dna s-irrr-r.de-d by '-;re; Bad the
wifl lc cerare each hastier, rr srr_-.y they
trmhhtm Dadw. sacfa o-lvouea :.-:--5-:-:ei ds-
term r.r'rrr. rr.ey d.rr..r.:sh cr.d hie Wrr.r town
would be in no position :c cry at cppcrturriry
had reer. mishandled cmd o 2 DOO year hops
desreyed ry rrrrry re: Israels bu-lders .-=:
c":i:-:: cr. -' e levels rcr.srr-r-.r- r: :r.e .cr.d
proceed s.rr.-.rer.e-ccsly wtth rehabilitation
c: its ritfsoni Whan phyasuil weaicr.ess nr.d
pisdlrectsd
Hadaaeoh ; recognittOB rr me rrrr that its
e.-:- ~..- this rw>fe.d rrrrrrrr. -j mere
G res-.rr::1? I: hns r.rr sc.r.:erl in DM
31 the -.?=:. r: the Other it has rer.r rrr-
.--. the r? r..:r\r:\ rr- each _; r.e brother
c: the rrrer 1 bos lakes -rrr itself : see rrrr
the :_:rer- .:.: :: :_i= reality r: deestt rrr waate-
the E-Ods r: : st sruxbed people.
Jewish Hook Month
Jewish Book Month, conducsel .
der the national auspices 0**H t *%!
Council, is with us onr. ~'e ,ew-ii
Jewish Book Month, conductail .
N
An entire American-Jew.*- m.
Council, is with us once more
An entire Axnerican-J
ed in a period of world
PLENTY TO GIVE THANKS FOR
AND STILL PLENTY TO GIVE FOR
slaughter.' must look to this c*bLS
they may find the recrudesce--s 1 ?',
tural heritage challenged so recerdl- j*S
book fares and gas charnb~s -1 M
for these young people re wry fowlS
laealistic adages, to insist ---" the wt!h1?1
can not be destroyed by NeandertSS!
ticians who seek to bind --,-.7-*?
must familiarize themselves ...--- '"~"
they pretend to espouse
Ideally. Jewish Book Mo.-.rh rrese-tt
with the opportunity to do so From -7
of contemporary and ancient 'swish Iito_
participating agencies are exhibiltoi oS
viewing, a generation suffer;-- rro- th I
between periods of more civihzed firm,
glean aspects of understar.d..-- WhatXL]
nearly defaced will then gain more J
they will participate in Jewish expatfS
also make alive the Cad.r::: -' wfoT
suffered. ^'
It has been all too popekn a notion J
Jew^h contrioution to Barature >Mtd wal
cient philosophical treatises Dn reBgk*
m^conception will also be re-evciuau
ish Book Month. Uttexar.res faora the da
end from the new, vital landi .:. '.-:z 3
r.-ought forth for exorr..rr-.;.- ,,.;" ^
:.er..- tr.at an inde3truciahle people and kVai
amplifies its culture ever, today :; r;.:si
new culture and the new rrrr..; :: j
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seiwaBled tj betm at 5 15 p-rr.
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Hebrew A 918 -
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Davjd S- Andm-r. wiD be Bar
Citzvah a: the Satuntoy mom-
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0-e2 Shabbet
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dances
---"..:. I rill odd at 5 pjru.
ijs served after-
wards Daily servicei art held at
: 30 a sad at 5:1!

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Service At 5 C rl'ocx
isaei Cassel will
lead Kaeset Israel Coor*auon.
4-: Echd Av^ueTMiiau
Beach, m the Friday eveninc
emce at 5 pm. ^^
c 1^ ****>' discourse at tr*
Saturday saomi& serv-.ee. scned-
I for 8 30 LSD wffl be on the
Portion Of The Week. Co
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- of the sendee.
H -r to a Si S Hour
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Rabbi Sachs Speaks On
Weekly Portion Saturday
The Israelite Center, 3i8 SW
Terrace. V .; roid
'Friday even:r.2 serv.:-? a: 5 pit
Ra:" Sachs wili
tk mi the Weekly Portion at
r s*.-v;ce. 9
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Rabbi Lehmnan Views
Film. David And Bcthsheba
At t..e Miami Beach Tlwadl
- IWl Washmgton Avenue,
IrYmq Le-~ _-on-
service tonight.
starting at 8:30 p
Tr.e Rabbfa sermon :s sched-
uled a< David And Bathsheba.
Cantor David rr.r~.an will
chant the service assisted by the
Cer.rrr Choir under the direction
r Robert Strassburs,.
Saturday rr.orr.mg services are
e-duled for 9 am. Rabbi Lehr-
i u ..; discuss T.-.e We
A Brc.e rlase is sched"-
uled for 4 p rr. s.-.al&s Seudos
all r,..ow.
es are to
pel a; 8 i rr... ar.d at 5.3^

G:ct.r-de Is Topic Of
Sermon By Rabbi April
will con-
! at the Be-
SW 12th Aver.-, ur.-snt.
Or. Saturday morning. foQow-
8 30 am, service, the
Rabbi *.;; speak on Gratitude.
-ass is scheduled for
4 3-' pJB, Sralos Seudos will ibl-
it 5 .5 p.m.
Bar Mitzvah Bovs Breakfast.
conducted ; t2er.

5-aday rhorn-

North Dade Jewish Center
:3630 V e Highwav.
be
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ind
Mr I Jacobson.

North Shore Holds Wise
Kcdosaoh Oneg Shabbet
, ***-* Shore Jew-,- Cer-
and 75th
Miami 3each. will bold
ute Friday services at 8 15 p
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx is
f*eduled to speak on the topic:
Marchme Toward Jerusalem.
An One*. Shabbat will be held
c. I ^ Ponsorship of the
Stephen Wise Chapter of Hadae-
sah foUjwaig the service.
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)AY. NOVEMBER '16, 1951
. Sholom Sisters
fesent Skit, Review
ith its Annual Bazaar three
Iks away, several booths will
honored at the weekly Bazaar
wer of Temple Beth Sholem
lei-hood on Wednesday, No-
Ibev 21st.
erchandise to be sold at the
Lry, liquor, candy, nuts, pre-
Ces. kitchen ware and "white
hhant" booths will be the price
[admission. The shower on
dnesday will be combined
a regular monthly open
tting of the Sisterhood and
I take the form of a brunch in
[Temple Banquet Hall at 12:30
ostesses will be the Mes-
Arthur Burell, Morry B.
:;.. Howard Grove, Herbert
Jean Lehman, David
Inson, Murrya Reckson, Ben
Uer, M a j o r i e Sorrentino,
>s Silvers, Irving Bachrach,
Brotman, Sid Grossman,
Durbin and Dora Wechsler.
humorous skit especially pre-
ed by Mrs. Trixie Levin is
pduled to be presented by the
tdames Irving Kaplan, Solo-
Goldman, Rudolph Shev-
Alexander Kogan, Charles
tier, Ben Wolf, William Loeb,
fol I Wynn, Louis Teplitz,
Kars, Maury Maurer and
eph Gould.
. I'ination of Jewish Book
nth which begins on Novem-
23rd, Mrs. Julius Salomon
B talk on Jewish books
\ background of an ex-
I the Temple Beth Shol-
iry. Mrs. Salomon is a
ik Reviewer for Hadas-
ir. Chicago.
Appointment Of
Mildred Vogel At
Mount Sinai Told
Samuel Gertner, executive
director of Mount Sinai Hospital,
today announced the appoint-
ment of Miss Mildred Ann VoRel
RN, as director of Nursing. Miss
Vogel was formerly acting direc-
tor of nursing at Mount Sinai.
Subsequent to establishing res-
idence in Miami ten years ago,
Miss Vogel spent three years ov-
erseas with the United States
Army as a First Lieuteant. She
was on the staffs of the 73rd Sta-
tion and the 23rd General Hos-
pital participating in the invas-
ions of North Africa and France
and was the recipient of two unit
citations.
Starting as nursing office sup-
ervisor at the Alton Road Hos-
pital five years ago. Miss Vogel
remained a staff member of the
Hospital when the institution
moved to its present site and as-
sumed the name of Mount Sinai.
Her first project in her new of-
ficial capacity will be the estab-
lishment of a team nursing pro-
gram which will make for in-
creased efficiency and better
nursing service, Gertner said.
Miss Vogel is a member of the
Fifth District of the Florida State
Nurses Association and repre-!
sented the District at the State I
Conference held in St. Peters- j
burg during the past week. She !
also holds membership in the;
American Nurses Association and
the International Council of
Nurses.
Miss Vogel resides in Miami
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
!Jeistfkr**gj
PAGE 5-if
lins, District Youth Chairman:
Jerry Carver, Greater Miami
BBYO Director; Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter; Miss Trudi Lach, president
of District Number 5, BBYW;
Mrs. Florence Goodman, advisor
to the Chapter; and Mrs. Sidney
Suss, president of the Coral Gab-
les B'nai B'rith Women.
Officers to be installed are:
Sylda Botwin, president; Lor-
! raine Kahlenberg, first vice pres-
; ident; Lois Gilman, second vice
i president; Sally Grossman, cor-
| responding secretary; R o s 1 y n
j Cohen, recording secretary; Le-
| nore Cook, treasure; Pauline
| Jlantz, sergeant-at-arms; Dor-
I othy Bai, parliamentarian; Trudi
Lach, counsellor; ar.d Ruth Dav-
is, Elaine Haidt and Anita Cog-
en, board members.
Miss Cogen is chairman of the
affair assisted by Sally Gross-
man, program; Lois Gilman and
Elaine Haidt invitations; Sylda
Botwin and Lorraine Kahlen-
berg, arrangements; Roslyn
Cohen, reservations; and Pauline
: Glantz, publicity.
S
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ExtraValue
Demonstration
Mildred Vogel
Henry W. Vogel, and her brother,
Henry C. Vogel, an attorney.
Sharet Chapter
install* Officers
Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will hold its sixth
installation of new officers at the
Sea Gull Hotel. 100 20th Street,
Miami Beach. Sunday, November
18th, at 2 p.m.
Invited guests include: Milton
Freidman, National Youth Com-
missioner: Mrs. A. Frank Wcl-
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GOOD
GOVERNMENT
MUST BEGIN AT
The Top
It must begin with you voters when you select the city
commission. We should have commissioners who insist
upon unity and dignity in our commission meetings. You
can help restore these qualities to our city government
BY ELECTING
SENERCHU
CITY COMMISSIONER
A sweeping master plan for developing the municipality
to accommodate Miami's future growth an expected
growth to a million population in 1965 is advanced in
Chelsie I. Senerchia's platform.
But the first order of business he advocates for the new
commission is the selection of the best qualified city
manager available and then permitting him to administer
the city's departments, as prescribed by the charter, with-
out political harassment.
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The MAN with a PLAN !
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+Jelst FkrMtor
"Strictly Neighbors'
HELEN ALPERT
IT'S NEWS:
Clara Goldenberg and her mother are That Happy they
more soon into a home on Treasure Island their first big
place-with space in 15 years, leaving; their charming apartment
available for sub-lease Hilliard and Frances R. Joseph marked
their 41sl wedding anniversary Monday. And how? By noting
it was also election night for the Miami Beach Residential Own-
ers' Association. Fran's been their longtime, brilliant executive
secretary ...
California's "Sunshine Girl" foi B yean, June Selwyn, .> b< the
!'., American Hotel. Through her film and radio contacts -
POSTPONED is this months community-
wide picnic craved by the sponsoring Jewish Centers Association.
Co-chairmen Abe Cohen and Joseph Masters are brooding over
better and bigger plans for April or May.
WHAT IS HOME?
Definitions me" can sh here to anyb
h. The othei afternoon Morris K and I ex Is
u Hobi is where you heart ut' I offered wistfuUj N
"limit is when Home." he
said, is where when you've got to go there, they've got to take
you ;n."
Class
ut i es, Gimert Maetwall And "Yea rve
gottei eitiw [hat
I '
CN THE BEAT:
If you meandered past thai tta
ndid wit
nd lira Br'grjaiv '.: .v .i> architecturad In
n Union telegram Telegram- :nd me
ke in the hotel Iboy w-ho rap?
st i dow saying ". and the guest replieo SI p
and the boy replied. I .an't- it's
A'.l n
< antique'
S KC1AI. to Jack Dine* son \..... ked on me tat
V. Chewy as traded in eai this sumn P Brt i Sure.
ra^AYj^ovE^^
. '.:r.d ::--! '.iK>k at it
En-.r S ar i 1 fere i
I\m h | to star: t
and .-udder, with i -known s
th wearing the 11
I WHILE I rettegen
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SPOTUOMTB ON MUSIC:
Five Drarin ar.r.our.rs he: rrrrerl sr:>eiri-.re an S-riiy
November BStti al tan v Beaca .'=-- Cataeanl Center.
Too U ww -' ee ie h stn: -.- :.-- :r.e tr;-.-; :-
: as,.- and N F*i nag
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The ".-... a '' BUsiciaiM -r:
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Rabin, Wolfson To
Wed In Homy Plaza
The wedding of Miss Lynn
Rabin to Louis WoUsoo at the
Roney Plaza Hotel on November ;
2 !st. will be preceded by seven ,
honoring the couple. I
First of these was a kitchen j
held last Saturday at the J
S xonv by the bride-elect's cous-
ins. Sheila and Mildred Zalka
Other affairs to be given in-
clude cocktail parties given by
the mother, bv Mr. and
Mrs Sidney Meyer and by Mrs. !
Sue Tomer. A bridal party dm- '
ner will be given at the bnde-
today A rehearsal
luncheon will be given by Mrs.
Li Board Abess and Mrs Arthur
Ben: November 20th. at the
Roney Plaza Hotel, following a
pre-nuptial dinner on November
19th at the Westview Country
Club.
i the daughter of
and Mrs Joseph S Rabin.
.44* Lenox Avenue. Iliami
Beach Her bridesmaids will be
Miss Mildred Zalka. Miss Sheila
Zalka Mrs Harold Levin. Mrs
btetn and Mrs Rob- i
ert w ls n The groom-elect, I
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Personally Speaking
lr. and Mrs. Harold L. Fishbine and son. of Los Alamos.
Mexico, will spend the Thanksgivinq holidays with their
:, Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishbine, of 1005 West Avenue. A
liter, Florence Claire Fishbine, will also come from Wash-
**
I At home again on Di Lido Island after a three-month tour
Lgh Europe and Israel, are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldberg.
Awarded recently with a listing in Who's Who In Amer-
Colleges And Universities, is Mi'ss Janice Pred, daughter
. and Mrs. David Pred, 1015 West 46th Street, Miami Beach.
Pred is a senior at the University of Miami
* *
Among the 32 students of Alabama Polytechnic Institute,
mm. Alabama, accepted recently for membership in Who's
In American Colleges And Universities, was a Miamian,
,r C. Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Kaplan, of 1725
18th Avenue. He is a senior in the School of Veterinary
Jicine and is president of his Fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi, and
for student senator.___________
|cli, Gross To Live
candh light double ring cere-
V- united in marriage Bever-
fiyllis Koch, daughter of Mrs.
lie Claire Koch, 2602 SW 27th
tt. Miami, and Ronald Vic-
iross, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gross, 2355 Loyola Road,
lersity Heights, Cleveland,
last November 4th, at the
ento Hotel.
Munis A. Skop officiat-
It the ceremony. The bride
(given away by her mother
brother-in-law, Samuel B.
|c:>. Matron of honor was
Arthur Madorsky of Clcve-
| and maid of honor was Miss
ny Comander. Flower girl
US ii r were Miss Ronee Mann
Harold Mann, respectively.
Jean Allen, friend of the
was soloist.
be newlywed Mrs. Gross wore
| rial wedding gown of
Ii .\ lace, sweetheart neck
seeded pearls and a Mar-
ptu skirt forming into a
bdral train. A full length
prf French illusion veil was
in place by a coronet of
bhing lace. A formal dinner
BVi : the ceremony.
V Gross, whose best man was
bur Madorsky of Cleveland.
graduate of Western Reserve
fcrsity and Adelbert College
Te he was a member of the
I Sigma Delta Fraternity. A
ban of World War II, he
fed in the Naval Air Corps.
1 president of the Forest City
Parts Corporation, Cleve-
I. Ohio. His bride is a gradu-
lof the University of Miami
Ve she was associated with
Heading Clinic. She is a past
sent of Sharet Chapter,
li B'rith. and was an his-
p reporter for the Metro-
Council of B'nai B'rith
nen.
flowing a honeymoon in
BU and Bermuda, the couple
make their residence in
pland.
In Cleveland, Ohio
Afrs. Emit Gross
Beach Masada Has
Oneg Shabbat Tonite
An Oneg Shabbat will be held
by Miami Beach Masada at the
home of Judge Edward Oka, 1572
Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach,
tonight at 8:45. Lenny Snyder-
man will talk on Famous Jews
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The group's picnic scheduled
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Cherlkof. Miami attorney, will be solemnized this weekend on
Miami Evach. Rabbi Abraham Cassel will officiate at the cere-
mony. The bride was active in communal activities in the North.
Mr. Chertkof has been prominent in civic, charitable and religious
organizations locally for many years. At present he is a member
of the Round Table of th'a National Conference of Christians and
Jews, chairman of the Budget Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and is serving on the Dade County Community
Chest Budget Committed. The couple will honeymoon in North-
ern Florida.
Personally Speaking...
Mr. cr.d Mrs. Jack Roland of 2355 N. Meridian Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, and New York City, have recently celebrated
their 17th wedding anniversary.
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Born to Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Hodges of 226 Santa Clara
Avenue, Coral Gable?, was a daughter, Linda Bea, last No-
vember 7th morning at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser of 3168 Piairie
Avenue, Miami Beach.
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Gables, announce the birth of their son, Elliot Stewart, who ar-
rived at St. Francis Hospital last November 11th.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1951
Southeastern Council And Sisterhoods
Convention Meets In Casablanca Sunday
SEC. B
\ng Adult Group
Officer Election
. Yung Adult Group of
tth Israel Congregation, 1415
Avenue. Miami Beach,
held its inaugural meet-
It Synagogue.
le:, the meeting closed, by
i vote it was decided to
,, ie group .directly with
gation. Rabbi Abra-
[M. Cassel, spiritual leader
|n4 eth Israel, outlined to
i nt a number of plans
i group a vital part
i egational life. Tempor-
i were elected. Miss
; will be chairman.
ra elected are: Ruth
corresponding secre-
Haidt, recording- sec-
, Al Kreisler, parliamentar-
[Harriette Gottesman; pub-
irman; and Irvin Ru-
program, Ways and
|{ liairman.
Si ,'mour Kreisler will act
| r to the group. It was
eri to conduct meetings ev-
frsl nd third Sunday of the
The nixt meeting of the
will be held this Sunday
Injj. 8 p.m.
Cardiac Home Has Tea.
Burdine's Fashion Show
More than 100 new members
were guests of honor at the
fourth annual membership tea
of the Miami Chapter. National
Children's Cardiac Home, last
Tuesday.
The tea and a fashion show
presented by Burdine's took place
in the Melvin Cohen Hall of the
Home on West Flagler Street.
Commentator for the show was
Miss Betty Sherwin. Chairman
in charge of this event was Mrs.
David Dvoskin.
Mr. Richard I. Berenson, presi-
dent of the Board of Governors,
was one of the principal speak-
ers.
jceive Citations
|r Employing
tabled Persons
Irtificates o f appreciation
presented last Wednesday
*o Greater Miami organiza-
employing handicapped
ten.
Idolph Crystle of Ace Letter
Jice. and William Glick, per-
" director of the Mount Sinai
bital, accepted the awards
eh were made by the Miami
tnber of Commerce. Leo Axl-
chairman of the Chamber's
bal committee, said the two
Joyers made many jobs avail-
for the handicapped and
proven thfet such workers
efficient and loyal.
e award was made on a spec-
PQAM radio program spon-
I bv the Chamber and the
ida State Industrial Commis-
rley Gerstein Joins
|lh Jacob Faculty
.bi Moses Mescheloff. prin-
of the Beth Jacob Religious
"I. announces that Miss Shir-
Gerstein has been added to
ool faculty in keeping with
expansion of Sunday classes
younger children.
asses are held from 10 a.m.,
oon each Sunday.
llobrvw Avadvmy
Murks Wvvlt with
Visit liu I bans
Biggest event in the history of
the Miami Beach Hebrew Acad-
emy took place this week, when
the Israeli Ambassador Abba
Eban and Mrs. Eban made a spe-
cial visit to the Hebrew Academy
to speak to the children and to
lend their enthusiastic support to
i the school's undertakings.
Other events on the school's
calendar this week include the
first formal meeting of the Dad-
dies' Club, recently organized.
The Daddies' Club will hold its
session on Monday, November
19th, 8 p.m., at the Sea Gull Ho-
tel. New president Irving Firtel
will preside. Speaker will be Dr.
Seymour Schneider, optometrist
and community worker. His talk
will be illustrated with slides.
n To .l'\viKli 11 ohm
The^entire month of November
has been designated as Home For
The Aged Month by the Miami
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home For The Aged.
Members have planned card
parties, coffees and teas in their
individual homes for the purpose
Of raising funds to extend and
intensify the activities of the
Auxiliary.
General meetings of the Mi-
ami Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Home For The Aged take-
place the third Tuesday of every
month. 1 p.m.. at Beth El Center.
500 S.W. 17th Avenue. Miami.
The next scheduled meeting will
be on Tuesday, November 20th.
Guest speaker will be Mr. Maur-
ice Pearlstein, Executive Direc-
tor of the Home.
Spearheaded by Max Holtsberg,
Mrs. Leopolti L. Schwartz, Max
Meisel and Herbert Kaufman,
: Temple Israel of Miami will play
host to some 300 delegates at the
Southeastern Council and Sister-
hoods Biennial Convention on
Sunday. November 18th. in the
Casablanca Hotel.
A program theme has been de-
veloped .'or the purpose of stimu-
ervations: Harry Boyell, finance;
Max Meisel and Jules Pearlman,
welcoming; Herman Binder, pub-
licity; Ed Kline and Adolph
Wertheimer, transportation: and
Benjamin W. Slote and Henry
E. Wolff, coordination.
Highlight of the Convention
will be a Sunday Luncheon with
addresses by Mrs. Sidnev I..
W( intraub, toast mistress. Mrs.
Leopold L. Schwartz, president of
lating greater participation by i the Temple Israel Sisterhood, and
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Isch
Mount Scopus Hadassah
The Youth Aliyah Committee
of the Mount Scopus Group of
Hadassah will serve luncheon
gratis to members during its reg-
ular monthly meeting, Monday,
November 19th, 12:30 p.m., at the
Syrian Lebonan-American Club,
2626 S.W. 3rd Avenue.
Rabbi Irving Lchrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
be guest speaker for the after-
noon.
Dr. Aidnian Talks
To Academy Women
Dr. Ted Aidman will address
the Miami Chapter. Hebrew
Academy women, on Wednesday-
evening. November 21st. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.-Aaron Res-
nick, 455 N.W. 45th Avenue. Mrs.
Irving Rubinstein, president, an-
nounced.
Dr. Aidrr.an. an instructor at
the University of Miami, will
speak on the topic: Importance
Of Parental Attitudes. A ques-
tion and answer' period is sched-
uled to follow.
membe/s of the Re form ar.d Lib-
eral Congregations in the Union
Of American Hebrew Con
tions.
Chairmen for the arrangements
are Max Holtsberg. convention
affairs; Michael M. Iscnbsrg. res-
Pioneer Women, Club 1
Sponsor Cultural Affair
A cultural and musical evening
will re held on Sunday. Novem-
t* ; 25th, 8 p.m.. at the Sorrento
Hotel. Sponsors of the affaii an
the Pioneer Women, Club No. 1.
The young soprano. Carol
Abrams will sing, accompi
by Mrs. Phil Abrams at the piano.
Cantor Abraham Seif e>f Ki.
Israel will also rentier several
I musical selections.
Chairman of the evening. Rose-
marie Kaplan, announces that
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob, has been
scheduled as guest speaker. All
proceeds will go to the Children's
Building Fund of Israel.
Flagler Granada Women
Hear Nutrition Expert
Victor H. Lindlahur, nutritional
expert, was guest speaker at this
month's meeting of the Women's
Group of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center, held
last evening.
Lindlahur spoke in the topic:
Why You Eat As You Do.
The group's monthly luncheon
will be held at the Center on
Tuesday afternoon, November
27th, Mrs. Jack Cohen, chairman,
announced.
Jaurt'1's Obs4ii <
Education %*# I.*
The Miami Jaycees will ob-
serve American Education Week
during their November I3th din-
ner meeting at the McAllister.
County Schools Superintendent.
Dr. J. T- Wilson, will be guest
speaker.
Dr. Wilson is scheduled to be
introduced by Alfred T. Lange,
Jr., member of the Junior Cham-
ber Board of Directors, who has
recently been appointed Super-
visor of Public Relations for the
Dade County Board of Public
Instruction. Members of the
Board of Public Instruction will
be invited guests for this Amer-
ican Education Week program.
Max Meisel. president of Temple
Israel. A ,'( p.m. Symposium will
concern itself with discussion on
the Furdamentals Of Sisterhood.
Mrs. Morris A. Skop of Coral
Ga les will speak on aspects of
rship. At f! p.m.. then?
will be a Convention Religious
Si rvice, with Rabbis Leon Kron-
ish and Joseph R. Narot officiat-
ing.
A Symposium at a joint lunch-
eon on Monday. November 19th,
will air Congregational problems.
The following have born sched-
uled to participate: Isaac J iffe,
Temple Israel ol Miami: M II.
Strassberg, Religious School Di-
rector, Temple Beth Sholom, Mi-
ami Beach; Irving Robinson. Re-
ligious School Director. Coral
Gables Jewish Center: and Dr.
Donald D. Michelson, Temple Is-
rael of Miami.
Dr. Narot. will be Toastmaster
em Monday night at the Conven-
tion Banquet at which time he
will introduce Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath, president of the Un-
ion of American Hebrew Congre-
tions representing American Re-
form and Liberal Judaism. Dr.
Eisendrath is scheduled to deliv-
er the key address.
Gables B'nai B'rith
Has Bowery Dance
B'r.ai B'rith Men and Women
of Coral Gables will hold a joint
Bowery Brawl dance, Saturday
evening, November 24th. 8:30
p.m., at Temple Beth El.
Feature of the evening will be
a floor show carrying out the
theme of the affair. Cabaret style
service by Bowery-waitresses and
surprise stunts of the Hell's A-
Poppin variety will also be in-
cluded as part of the evening's
entertainment. Mrs. Irving Stem-
erman and William Hechler are
co-chairmen.
>rber To Chair
llilolM* tiroup
' n age athletic commit-
ie Miami Beach YM and
IA recently elected seventeen
1 Marvin Gerber of Miami
F High School for its athletic
Bt man,
>'- r, who is in the twelfth
at the present time
ndent of the senior class and
last term's student council
ndent. A letter man on the
h tennis team, he also was a
~ni>i r of the high school var-
basketball squad.
lesidii h in Miami four years,
(senior student formerly lived
I Brooklyn. New York. Gerber
also president of Tech High's
|ti"nal Honor Society and ex-
ps upon graduation to attend
i University where he will
engineering.
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Arts 'i-**i
-':-'. uties also inc
At Hallv Tonight
i got under way the actual dra-.v-
- eduled for com-
'.*:.. h:s support-
Ser.' !d all offices
Lodge, has been
te head of the Order.
" ear holds an
Gra-d Lodge He is a
[ of Florida Engineering
a member and past presi-
dent of Proft--. :.ai Engineers
Association of Southeast Florida
and a member of the Society of
American Military Engineers! He
belongs to Corpus Chnsti
Chin Harvey W Seeds post of
: Anaeriean Legion, and numer-
ous civic groups.
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Wanted
Information is being sought of
HERMAN COHEN, on behalf of
-*-ife. Sophie, and his family,
whom he has failed to contact.
Mr Cchen. bom in NYC on Dec.
25. 1902. is 5 ft T in. tall, weighs
165 pounds, has brown hair and
a? a scar on forehead,
worked as salesman of men's
r.e-ckwear and ladies novelties.
Anyone aware of this mans pres-
ent whereabouts :s requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau. 105 Nassau St.
New York 36 NY
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Jet'j. RE-ELECT
LOIIE
BANDEL
Your City Commissioner
.....yffr- -r.w
7%e ScutdeC Stony i*t Ptctunet
A native Floridian. LOUIE BANDEL
was born at Jacksonville. He has been
a resident of Miami since 1926, prac-
ticing law here since 1930.
Native Floridian
No. 1 Sports Fan
Wartime Service
'."> MARCH .fDIME!
Community Leader
l"hese Are Just a Few
lim in His Bid for RE-
lackers:
William D. Singer
Max R. Silver
Theodore I. Sakowitz
Stanley C. Myers
Jerome Weinkle
Sanford Swerdlin
Louis Heiman
Leon Kaplan
Max Orovitz
During World War II. BANDEL served
overseas in the U. S. Merchant Marine
and was chairman of the Allied Ma-
sonic War Bond Drive. He is a member
of the Coast Guard Temporary Re-
serve.
LOUIE BANDEL is a member of B'nai
B'rith. Beth David Congregation. Mahi
Shrine. Elks and numerous other fra-
ternal orders. He was an original
director of the Dade County Blood
Bank, is active in March of Dimes cam-
paigns and is a member of the State
Tuberculosis Board.
There is seldom a sporting event in
this area which LOUIE BANDEL does
not attend. He has earned the title of
"Miami's No. 1 Sports Fan." is a com-
missioner in the Little League baseball
system and frequently contributes oi
his time and money to help organize
sports for youngsters.
An attorney of note. LOUIE BANDEL
was named a Miami city judge in 1940,
Serving in that capacity for 10 years,
when he resigned to run for the city
commission two years ago. His traffic
court radio broadcasts gained nation-
wide publicity.
Municipal Judge
Above all else. LOUIE BANDEL is c
family man. He married the former
Priscilla Bittner and they have a five-
year-old son. Frank. They live ct 1880
S. W. 15th Street.
Family Man
of the Thousands of Friends of LOUIE BANDEL
ELECTION-Space Limitations Prevent Listing
Who Are Actively Supporting
Names of Many Other Ardent
Dan Ruskin
Louis Philips
George Bennett
Bernard Spector
Philip Schiff
Joseph Pardo
Leonard Egert
Harry August
Arthur Ungar
Milton Weiss
Ben Essen
Sgt. Moie Tendrich
Lou Phillips
Morris Pepper
Harry Gordon
Bernard Sterling
Sidney H. Palmer
Aaron Kanner
Martin Finkelstein
George Bennett
Arthur J. August
Simon Cy Rodin
Sig Eisenberg
Isadore Tendrich
Dr. Herbert Fletcher
Joseph Block
Maxwell Coleman
Pull This Handle 1 A For LOUIE BANDEL!
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FRIDAY.
Ansin Chosen To
Manage Harvard
Frosh Dormitory
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lain' Reaffirms
i Ivtivativv Plank
John Red Lake wound up his
last ul mpaigning,
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Beth David Sisters
Bel .id Sisterhood will
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iti n N M
i | Id at th<
Synagogue on Wi lay, N
r 21st, 1.30 p tn.
A Book Review will also be
fiv< n : Mrs Max SI ..piro.
Newly elected Membership
for 1951 an Mrs. Irv-
ng ?. .- ::. Ml V : > Rabir.o-
'.:./ and Mrs. Samuel Plotkin.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
ADLER'S H KOSHER
Live Poultry Market
LOCAL RAISED
FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279
Under Rabbinical Supervision
We Sell Retail and Wholesale
to Hotels. Restaurants and
Butcher Shops.
1832 S.W. 8th St.
Look- Per the 2-S:ory While
Building
THURMOND
MONUMENT Co.
MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
GRADE ,
"A"
PRODUCTS
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SERVING
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MIAMI
Children need
Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk
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VOTE FOR AND
Sleet
F. X. JAMES O'BRIEN
TO THE CITY COMMISSION
The Atomic Bomb is a Dangerous Weapon
But Your Vote Cn Be More Powerful !
Sincerel>.
"JIM" O'BRIEN

Report On Bond
Progress Sunday
: the opening phase
I fall Bonds for Israel d> r-
tation campaign will
Sunday
eting : the Council
ns and Speakers
Bureau at the Royal Pain-. Hotel,
C Uins Avenue. The ses- \
will open at 10 a.m.. Sey- '
: B. Liebman, council chair-
man, announced.
"II > in perative that every
bond chairman and bond worker
be on hand for this meeting."
ran stated, "as we must
complete our plans for the fall
drive now. More volunteers are
urgently needed to aid in the cur-
rent, door-to-door phase, and all
presidents of member organiza-
tions are urged to attend and
bear of our progress and of our
Is."
Harold Shapiro, president of
Miami Beach district of the
ZOA rk.
"A GOOD NAME
is more to be
treasured them richee."
Proverb,
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME-^
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jew.sh
causes
In your time of need lei
us help you as we have
*one for other gratefu'
families
* *
* *
GORDON
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436
F. J. AHERN
Funeral Director
Zamora Center Gives Thanksc/h^TT^
Zamora Jewish Center will the u V* Bdl
hold a Masked Ball on Thanks- Ja*E* *l W
living Eve. November 21st 8:30 v "ef**Q
xm.. at the Center building. Prr*eeds.
Pr.j, c ufin k.. ^....jj : ., rlu "' earmark.,:
hold a Masked Ball on Thanks-
g
s will be awarded'f'o'r the ," j ft**lft
best costume, the funniest and brew '. SwSsl
r'HONt
5-4S3I
HOTEL
NATHAN GINSBURG AND FAMliv
ar. MOOD to uotOCJIci TMI ,., N,N, lY
TM tm v> hmh ".
3
KKIDtV VOVrMlllll "
JTN. l|. of Ortho*., jrl>h CltrVu. .V *'
""Tilt, IW-miuvhj t RESEVATIOWV
All loerft functions please
LEMHADRIN
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E. WOLFFCO
JOHN
RED
7
LAK
IS OUR
CANDIDATE
FOR
CITY COMMISSION
HE WILL DO IT NOW
I. S. Shapofl
Marshall D. Simons
Harold Croner
Lee Goldman
Larry Garbet
Sanford Kramer
Isadore Goldman
H> Cohen
Waltei Steinfeld
Leo Landis
Manny Cohen
Harold F. Kravitz
Richard J Hays
Lee Goldman
WUliaro Cook
Dr. Benj. G. Oren
Amos Benjamin
Ralph Gitlin
Simeon D. Spear
Samuel Seitlin
Harry J. Cohen
Alan B. Kessler
Louis Glick
lack Kirschbaum
Mi and Mrs.
Fred Harrison
Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Blackstein
Murray Harrison
Martin Lemlich
Arnold Sperling
Clara Roseniield
Harry Sherman
Dr. S. A. Gardner
Jerry Baker
Sam Azrikan
Max Corwin
Sam Bloom
Marvin Herman
Ralph Hess
Harry Hart
Milton Wasman
Frederick R. Rn
Philip Medvin
Sam Ellins
Harvey Rendelman
Louis A4eln>an
Samuel Cohen
Dave Harris
Meyer and Ann Gok
Alan Chaykin
Abraham Kaplan
Emanuel C. Barku
Hyman Weiner
Ralph Roseniield
Charles Rubin
Dr. George Grab**
Eddie Brannin
Irving Goldstein
Lew Mercur
-I Adv. 1 ''^V


L NOVEMBER 16, 1951
+Jmlst> fhrkHari
PAGE 5 B
$ Israel To Be
tented Kov. 24
L-ing three of Israel's fore-
Ljsts and authorities on Is-
culture, a cross-country
111 tur known as Here's
Twill be presented to the
Miami Jewish commun-
lurday niht, November
, Temple Beth Sholom.
to, ,1 by the Miami Beach
the Zionist Organiza-
' .\ : i ca, the caravan co-
(hoshana Damari, Ralph J.
and Moshe Wilentky.
h pi is the celebrated Is-
er who lias been
es in her American
Benjamin R. Epstein. Nation-
al Director of the Anti-Defam-
ation League of B'nai B'riih.
will aodress a community wide
meeting at Temple Israel on
Monday. December 10th, under
th sponsorship of the South
Florida B'nai B'rith Council.
Givens Urges Action
On Jury Findings
Robert H. Given. .Ir r-ndiH-'
for Miami city commission, this
wiek laid the responsibility for
lax law enforcement directly in
the laps of top public official*
"Two Grand Juries in as many
years have exposed the graft and
corruption existing among public
officials," he said. "Tne 19ou
Spring Term Grand Jury, of
which I was Special Counsel,
pointedly brought to the atten-
tion of the people of Miami the
rottenness and sordidness to
which many of our police and
public officials have descended."
"As a result of that Grand
Jury, 50 racketeers and a num-
ber of public officials were in-
dicted, and much valuable evi-
dence was furrished the Kefauv-
er Committee." Givens added.
"The people of Miami must
take action immediau ly. next
Tuesday, November 20th, when
they select their city commission-
er.'-," he said.
"It is high time we ekcted city
\ commissioners of character, who
: know their duty and will per-
' form it."
Givens also reemphasize'd that
I he would never be coerced by a
I majority to do any injustice to
| a minority.
3eth David Sisterhood
The Beth David Sisterhood an-
lounces a Mad Hatter's Brunch to
>e held on Tuesday morning, De-
"ember 11th. at the Colonv Res-
taurant, 3500 Coral Way, Miami.
Prizes will be offered for the
most original hat. Mrs. Morris
itabinowuz, 2280 SW 23rd Ter-
race, is chairman of the affair.
Her committee will meet this
Tuesday to discuss election of
judges for the Brunch. ______
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKI1K1IY lilVKX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tli fictitious name of
SAL'S SMOKE SHOP, at 2019 Collins
Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, In-
i.-nils to ri-Klsti-r w:il Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
s PARISET, Sole I iwne
DAVID DRL'CKER
Attorney for S. Pa rise J
sin Ingraham Bldg
Miami. Kla.
11 9-16-23-30 ___.
Moshe WiletisJcy
| during the past 10 ,
She will feature a re-
nt Hebrew folk songs, |
I of which never before have ]
theard in this country,
ilan, author and philoso- '
[was an officer in the Israel |
during the War for Inde- |
knee. He was founder of the -,
krsal College in Tel Aviv
Is here to study American
Ms nl education. His com- i
tries and observations on
Iternationa] scene have mer- '
|he keen attention of news- '
readers and radio listeners.
knsky is Israel's outstanding
srt pianist and composer, and
own as the George Gershwin i
native lard. He has corn-
tin major portion of Miss
fcri's folk songs.
fold Shapiro, president of
liami Beach ZOA, said that
Jr i- in furtherance of the
Mzation' s program to
fethen the cultural link be-
American Jewry and Is-
with particular emphasis on
i:t ol Israel's role as a cita-
i ocracy in the Middle
The meeting, which will be
to the public, will be used
|icl the local State of Israel
drive. Shapiro reported. "Is-
culturewhich will be ex-
lified by this caravancan
flourish in an economically
|e nation," he said, "and we
thai this program wil aid
ly the ZOA's number one
p*i for the next three years
it Israel Bonds."
Freud's Wife Dies At 90
LONDON (JTA) Martha |
Freud, widow of Prof. Sigmund
Freud, founder of the science of
psychoanalysis, died here last
week at the age of 90. Married
in 1886, she and her world-fam-
ous husband came to this country
from Austria in 1938, after the'
Nazis confiscated their property.
Prof. Freud died in September,
1939.
^oiiNpn *S*tpv iris
flabbl Joseph E. Rackovsky
945 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
BANISH
DRY WOOD
Cite Beulah Butler's
Hotel Contributions
Beulah Butler, candidate for
the office of city commissioner,
has betti singled out as the one |
person who contributed most in
the parade of progress of the
Florida hotel world, her sup-
porters announced recently.
Executive secretary to the
Florida Hotel Association, Bill
Riddle, observed in a release that
Mrs. Butler is "a lady leader a-
mong men and an example of
how to get along successfully in
a man's world." Little River
Commerce Association has elect-
ed the candidate to be director
of its organization. At present.
Mrs. Butler also serves as a mem-
ber of the Public Work Commit-
tee and of the Offstreet Parking
Authority of the City of Miami.
Recently re-elected president
of the Little River Youth Senior
Council, her work has aided in
'.utting down juvenile delinquen-
cy in that area, her supporters
remark. Mrs. Butler is also active
in club work, including trustee-
ship in the Northeast Miami
Women's Club, directorship and
past president of the Soroptimist
Club of Northeast Miami, and
president of the Little River Bus-
iness and Professional Women's
Club.
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AL MEIDENBERO, Owner
Shochet on Premises
Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 'til Noon
GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO.
101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami
Phone 2-7808 & 9-1939
We Will Appreciate
Your Patronage!
'mtrn Far FAvvt
THE MAN WHO ...
i the Dude County Bar
lion nroup th.it recom-
ided the formation of the
Commission!
II special counsel to the
County Grand Jury that
some 50 racketeer!!
PULL LEVER 11-A FOR
IVENS
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JZE^Li^ttER 16
Micrxnians Elected To
World Federalist Office
At the closing of a two-day state
convention of the World Feder-
alist's held in Miami Beach rec-
ently. 3 Miamians were elected
to offices. They include: T J
Eli:;. Regional vice president.
Ma_x Friedson. and Rev Ed. Ull-
ricr. members of the State Ex-
ecutive Board.
The organization also passed a
resolution in support of the
Houie Concurrent Resolution 64.
'to rrake t.-.e United Nations an
effective instrument for rnain-
tainence of peace."
Picneer Women; Club 2
Welcomes Delegates
The Pioneer Women. Cluo Ho
i Miami Beach, recently held a
Welt me H ime Reception a: the
: Hotel in I then
|ti .. turned tr
Chicago Com
iuests -or were the Mes-
- Main ..: >
Mrs. S r reported a
ties a
Mrs. J
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Ma ie Vol
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Bclkin Speaks Af Miami
Beach Police School
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Young Judaeans
Hold Conclave At
Camp Tequesta
Over one hundred Young Ju-
daeans and their leaders will
gather todav for the start of the
three-day South Florida Young
Zonist Conclave beir.g held at
Carr.p Tequesta. Kendall. S. A.
Goodman, chairman of the Great-
er Miami Zionist Youth Commis-
sion sponsoring the event, an-
n Junced.
The Cor.clave will open tonight
with a Shacbat Dinner, followed
by services conducted by Beth El
Seniors. The evening program
will include an Israeli Folk Danc-
:.-.i Contest, j choral contest, and
group sir.ging.
On Saturday, services will be
lu ted by the Chairr. Weitz-
inn chapter of Senior Judaea.
An Art workshop will then be
by Mrs Irwin \v. in-
-' ipter president Greater
"' : H :.- -. and
Miss Sa-d\ F: m
Mr Hi i kin will
. young
I
Mrs Murraj Grossman will
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their
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Jew Rabbi
Morris S ..led to
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Tonrel To Sing
Sunday Evening
Jennie Tourel will be the fea-
tured soloist appearing with tne
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra under the direction of
John Bitter next Sunday and
Monday evening. The Sunday
concert is scheduled for the Beach
Nursery School Vacancy
' A drive for completing regis-
i tration at the Miami Beach Nurs-
j er School. Branch of the Greater
: Miami Jewish Community Cen-
1 ter. 1536 Bay Road, is now going
' on.
Vacancies exist in both the
morning and full day schools.
Registration will be closed as
soon as the full enrollment is
' reached.
Home Sponsors Play
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T^ure! will be featured in
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by George Szell will conclude
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in addressing workers and sup-
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favored immediate elimination of
the unfair 35r"- Surtax or Water
Bills, which more than 26.000
Homeowners are now being forc-
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J'orman R. Lyons, newscaster
and commentator on Jacob
Schachter's Jewish Variety Hour,
will institute a bi-monthly fea-
ture entitled: Capsule Book Re-
views Of Timely Jewish Litera-
ture.
The program, heard over sta-
tion WMBM on Wednesdavs and
Fridays from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m..
and on Sundays from 2 to 3 p.m.,
will present the first book re-
view on Sunday. Lvons is sched-
uled to discuss What The Jews
Believe, by Rabbi Phillip I. Bern-
stein.
S<*H iMtkv ToT*'
to take place .; v** *5
at their 800-acr'e" e* ^
Included will be fit*. ,
iog act.rit.es 0f tftS
season. a qu.z progSl B ]
es. a display of An ^I
project. Up&eftft'L
and1 an exhibit of colored "i.1*!
and girls %% g*. J
6 and 17. is situated -t I*li
tude of 2.000 feet on the >l
North Carolina ^^1
campers for the 1952 JLM
receive a gift carr.p mE*M
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Singer announce. A'cnjll
Some of the Miamian cmi
expected r.ext -asonatSWi
are. Leonard Lansburgf
Medoff. Joseph Zwitml- Lb
mg .Larry Frohman. jM
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Schwartz. Gan AltittM sssi
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Mrs. Sadie Pont
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler
M. and Mrs
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Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepldn
Mr. Irwin Futerias
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Katz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mostk
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman
Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. Sidney Schwartz
M*. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fisher
Mrs. Mary Steplcin
Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallot
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rubin
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llDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1951
UnislflorMian
eth Jacob Sisters
pe Film On Israel
be Sisterhood of the Congre-
bn Beth Jacob will hold its
jnthlv meeting on Monday eve-
L, November 19th. at the
lid Whitman Hall,
kabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
leader of the Congregation,
show films made during his
tent tr'P through Europe and
Lei Renah and Efrom Mes-
poi'f will conclude the program
i duets of Israeli songs.
Hostesses for the evening are
Mesdames Harry Genet, Wil-
gp Kline, Samuel Deutch, Jo-
in Cohen, Harry Zeilinger,
liamin Kaye, Benjamin H.
Jidon, Louis Makovsky, David
Jitmar, Bess Felt, Jack Hirsch,
|B. Frank, Milton W. Smith and
In Starr,
(rs. Alfred A. Lesser will pre-
PAGE 7B
Lists Need For
New Classrooms
In conjunction with National
Education Week, November 11th
through 17th, D. R. Snyder, as-
sistant superintendent in charge
of business affairs for the Dade
County public schools, has issued
a statement listing urgent cur-
rent classroom needs.
A total number of portable and
permanent rooms falls 478 units
short of the facilities needed to
house the present 70,452 pupil
enrollment, Snyder's statement
reveals. Meeting this shortage
are 334 portable classrooms and
a double sessioning of 6,322 stud-
ents.
While 173 permanent class-
rooms are now under construc-
tion, a deficit of 305 will still
necessitate the use of portable
ur.its.
Sholem Lodge To Hold
Fund Raising Dinner
Marx Faber, past president of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has
been appointed General Chair-
man of the annual fund-raising
affair being sponsored by Sholem
Lodge.
Final arrangements have been
made to take over the Clover
Club on Sunday evening, Decem-
ber 23rd, where dinner will be-
gin at 7 p.m., to be followed by a
floor show.
ill Charles Lists
renda Of Activity
,., outstanding record of serv-
|to Miami during his four-year
h is the basis on which Wil-
jr \V ( Billf Charles seeks sup-
fur re-election, his support-
J tly indicated.
Diaries, a native Miamian and
,o:nbat veteran of World War
L qualified for re-election, not
k bv 17 years of productive
picipal service13 as assist-
. City Attorney and four as
k- Commissionerbut by his
I! study of municipal problems.
well-rounded education, his
> idi als and common-sense
Bosophy. his friends pointed
|Th<- Charles record is one of
|mises made and kept," a
Ikesman remarked.
V. his first campaign for City
mmission, Charles promised to
rk for a municipal library, a
picipal auditorium, more and
playgrounds, swimming
bl-, a Pan American Trade
iter and a new passenger de-
iThi library, the auditorium,
playgrounds and the pools
b all been secured for Miami
lause Charles has worked for
in He is still doing his best
Bring the trade center into be-
jnd to get a new railroad sta-
candidate states that he has
fn directly responsible for the j
Greater Miami Manufactur-
Expositions at Dinner Key
litorium which brought Miami
lustries, by their own admis-
n. a total of one million dollars
lorders the first year the ex-
ition was held. Results from
past year's exposition should
into millions of dollars worth
orders once all war contracts
ardi-d here are totaled, he ad-
lore and more jobs for Miami-
is one of Charles' major plans
the future. Other important
Beets on his agenda are relief
Iparkinn and traffic problems,
Impt completion of the sewer
Jem, continued reduction of
taxes, a topflight administra-
i executive in the City Man-
|rs job and the strict er.force-
P>t of all laws.
Beth El Sisterhood
A Harvest Supper Dance will
be given by the Congregation
Beth El Sisterhood on Sunday.
November 18th, 6 p.m., at the
Dora August Memorial Hall.
The affair will mark the open-
ing of the Sisterhood's fall fes-
tivities. Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer
and Mrs. Max Rappaport are
chairman and co-chairman, re-
spectively.
Zamora Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Zamora Jew-
ish Center held a Consecration
Of New Members Ceremony dur-
ing its regular meeting last Wed-
nesday evening at the Center, 44
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables.
A Sisterhood Strawberry Fes-
tival Luncheon followed on
Thursday afternoon with cards
and Mah Jong as the main func-
tion of the program.
B'nai B'rith Women Have
Pre-Thanksgiving Party
A Pre-Thanksgiving Card Party,
second in a series to be held
semi-monthly through the winter
months by Miami Beach Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women, took
place last Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Jack Abbott, 4294 Nautil-
us Drive.
Admission entitled each guest
to become a shareholder in the
Dein-Bacher Starlight Mink Stole
which will be presented to one
member at the final Donor
Luncheon held at the conclusion
of the series.
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Tifereth Israel Sisters
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26th, at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Mosts Mescheloff, guest
speaker for the evening, will
show films and talk about his
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FRIDAY, NQVEMPr,r
Palmer To Attend
I' iiion Convention
5 -.1 v H Palmer, president :
<. gregation Beth El. will par-
- delegate in the 1951
S.'. rial Biennial Convent', n
tnion : J< w si C
tions I An eduled f >r
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C ntor Bert k K f the
Miami Hebrew S

Horn* [or
liabor Restate*
Attitude Toward
It Hit v Ownership
Since filing for candidacy to the
of!ice [ City Coi ner last
July. Frank Gal :< -
that Miami
wn munic-
ility.
Primary :- Ior
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Gabor's
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that stu
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Herpetologist Talks
At iTnai B'rith Meet
Aftar a short business meeting
conducted by Lewis Pomerantz,
president Of the Coral Gables
B'n.u B'rith. Leonard
:. program chairman, will
I Miss Amelda Burlmgjme.
new drector ol the Junior Muse-
um, who will lecture on Herpe-
. well as exhibit a few
". ki common to South
.la.
Burlingarre is a June
Graduate of Worcester,
chusetts Stati Teachers College
and past secretary to th< \v
(ical Soci-
t tj SI is 22 years old and one
' direc-
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i am tlei
n a k e .
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thi H me, and by
Beginner Religious Class
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Beth El 1
epted starting
Novel The
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I Educati
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Mr. Ed Rot
l t PTA that % donat-
ecent Card Party at the
: : th> C l<
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sketball i an
tirades Added To
Vvretz Svhool
The Workmen's Circle Y. L
Yiddish school at 25 W -.
Avenue, has opened its
School department for
en of 13 through 18. who
have gone through the lower
; sess a knowledge
of Yiddish and its grammar.
Eight children have already en-
rolled. Th( lasses meet twice
weekly
-ie<. wit.-.
40 pupils m 3 are sched-
a w ek. with an
I r ting :ng. A Yid-
I with similar pro-
.: t.-.e Miami
.545 S.W. 3rd Street
'.- ..: affiliated with
th Bureau of Jewish Education.
In elebration of Jewish Book
The scl are plan-
special exhibits of child-
ks in Yiddish. Hebrew
and English, as w U as several
levoted to appropriate
story-telling Also planned are
visits I the Book Exhibits ->t the
1 Miami Beach Public
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Beth El Boys Breakfn
The Beth El Bar M^
Breakfast will fc Jr*>
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1951
*k*istlfk.ridltori
I
Bernstein Unveiling
The dedication of a monument i
to the memory of the late Mor-
UW.W1 formerly of 1301
I N.W. 53rd Street, will take place
on Sunday, November 18th, 3:30
P in at the Mount Sinai Memor-
ial Cemetery. Rabbi Simon April
Will officiate. Mr. Bernstein is
survived by his wife, Sophie a
daughter, Mrs. Fay Dwoskin of
Miami, two soi s, Hyman of Mi-
ami, and Sidney of Brooklyn. He
also leaves lour grandchildn n
Arrangements are in charge of
l almi r s Miami Monument Com-
pany. Fric nds and relatives are
asked to be presei t.
Page 9 b

Leibovit Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sti
Leibovit. formerly of 527 N VV
5th Avenue, will take place ori
Sunday, November 18th. 3:30
p.m.. at the Mount Sinai Memor-
ial Cemetery. Rabbi Marvin Zel-
kowitz will officiate. Mrs. Leibo-
vit is survived by her husband,
| Charles, one sister and one broth-
er. Arrangements are in charge '
of Palmer's Miami Monument
Company. Friends and relatives
are asked to be present.
Obituaries
ABRAHAM BRETTLER
58, of Homestead, .li.-.i i.,m November
i in. Me is survived bj hli nlater.
, nnle l alum;,,,. Remains are
being ...-,.i i,i the Miami ltlver*ld< to
New irork f.,i service? and Interment.
IKAAP r.ASKV
RW Iftth Terrace, .1 ,
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hi* wlfi Ha nh. i son, Mi I
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''"' ii id n i lei Services we .-
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.....f'"l < hnpel, : i Vll i Road Mi-
ami rieach.
Photographed above are members of Temple Israel's Wel-
coming Committee who will play host to some 300 delegates of
the Southeastern Council and Sisterhoods Biennial Convention
meetinq ^^ the Casablanca Hotel on Sunday. Ton. left to right,
ere Herbert E. Kaufman and Mrs. LeoDold L. Schwartz. Bottom.
left lo right, aie Max Holtsberg and Max Meisel.
Landau Chapter Has
Ideal iMan Contest
Clara Hirsh Landau Chap-
B'nai B'ritli Young Women.
pill hold an Ideal Man contest
its Annual Dance on Sunday
I1. November 18th. in the
I Hotel.
T a inner will be chosen from
: no and will receive a
[ Runners up are also
I I to receive prizes.
1 of the dance is Shirley
Tickel co-chairmen arc
Lapatkin and Marily
J aum. Contest chairman
Schwartz.
Is iron; the third an-
I ffair will go to B'nai B'nth
I
Banquet Opens Season
For Jewish Folk Chorus
A Banquet, marking the open-
ing of the season for the Greater
Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will
take place at the Jewish Cultural
Center, 429 Lenox Avenue, on
Sunday evening, November 18th.
at 6:30 p.m.
Ben Yomen, director of the
Chorus, plans to announce the
year's activity calendar which
will include a first performance
of his own Cantata. Rose Danzig
and Frances Packc r will then be
accompanied at the piano by
Margaret Ben Yomen in musical
compositions.
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EFFICIENCY. ECONOMY. DIGNITY
AND COMMON SENSE IN CITY GOVERNMENT
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Tropical Lodge Social
A Membership Social, sponsor-
ed by Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith
Women, will be held Tuesday.
November 20th. at the Dorches-
ter Hotel.
Guest speaker Milton Fried-
man. Miami attorney ar.d B'nai
B'rith Youth Commissioner ol
District No. 5. will be introduced
by Chairman. Mrs. Irving Laib-
son after which a short film en-
titled This Is B'nai B'rith will be
presented.
MRS. (iOI.UiK KI1.VERMAN
. ol 91* Ocean Drlv. Miami lleaoh,
i" awa> lam Nnvembei nth she
i.- survived b Iwo nuns, Melvlr, and
Slenel Remains were Kent
''' services and Interment to New
York city i.y the lleaoh Memorial
hPel. IXoO Alton Road, Miami
BeAi h.
ISAAC WERNER
ii.'.. died i.i-i November 12th He It
Survived u> .. wife, Pantile, and ..
daughter. Dorothy. Remains ivie
eni to New Vork City for service*
>nd Intei men! by the Bern n Memorial
1 now !. IK..0 All m Road. Miami Bern i>
North Shore Center
A meeting of the membership
of the North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter is scheduled for Tuosday, No-
vember 13th, 8 p.m., at the Cen-
ter.
Reports will be heard from the
nominating, finance and building
committees. Additional nomin-
ations will also be accepted from
the floor, Melvin Pazol, Center
president, announced.
Believes In Freedom
Lucia B. McLendon. candidate
for the office of city commission-
er, stated recently that the heav-
iest plank in her platform was the
belli f in free government for the
people. When men and women
are elected to office with finan-
cial support other than their own.
they are incapable of functioning
as unbiased represi ntatives, the
candidate added.
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All Needed Parts At No Extra Cost
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We reserve the right to reject any
watch too badly damaged
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Phone 3-9878
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NOV. 20th

Politic Rl A I
HENRY WOLDER'S
KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET
204 1st Street
Miami Beach
WILL OPEN TO SERVE YOU
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th
WITH A FULL LINE OF
STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY
All Prices Are Rolled Back
Free Delivery Service To Our Patrons Phone 5-9155
YOMEN MUSIC STUDIO
1140 ALTON ROAD
Instruction in
Piano ViolinMandolin
Accordion Voice
and Sight-Reading
Classes for 3 to 6 Year Olds
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION
FOR ADULTS AND
CHILDREN OVER 6
Phone S-442E
ASK FOR
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Products at your
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
Make your parties and functions desirable and satisfying
by serving KOSHER ZION delicatessen products to your
guests and family.
Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth
supervision, under government control.
U. S. EST. No. 1
For your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION"
Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kalpast
ATTENTION STOREKEEPERS JOBBERS
If you desire Kosher Zion Products for your customers
write direct to our Chicago office and these orders
will have our immediate attention, and be shipped
from our Chicago plant.
KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO.
159 South Water Market. Chicago. 111.. U.S.A.
Tel. SEeley 8-2208


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Flagler-Granada
Adults To Hoar
Granvillo Fishor
The first in a series of Forums.
sponsored I y the Adult Activities
ol Flagler-Granada
Jewisl C "...unity Center will
I held Wednesd i >g N
verocer 28th, at 50 NW
Dr. :. F shi r. Hea I
.
L*i vi '' '
ress th gi H
r Marks O \ latui
A M re S ty.
" aim
'.:.'. the ]
tie Groui | to present
tit at 1 '
Assistii
Lax ai Mrs C rles 1
an.
Tifereth Israel Sisters
Have Officer Elections
A; .: :. ting of 1
ril Israel North
I' Mi I rbert Hoch-
sen
& en 1 positions t
th Mi sdami s Wil-
Altn in, 1st vice presi I
-: .:;. R Unick, 2nd vice presi
i Hen an G Idfai b, treas-
rhi di r< Pearlsti
. seen tarj Ralph D. H
- i ial si cretary; Arthur
Hirschberg, recording secretary;
and Harrj Pilchick, correspond-
.. -i :t tary.
Roosevelt Temple No. 33
Mrs Bernard Welkir.d was hos-
tess yesterday to the officers of
Roosevelt remple No. 33. Pyth-
an >:>ter>. at h..... 280 N W
41st Avenue Assisting her was
Mrs Nat Miller.
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulvariied
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hour'.y or Contract
Phcr.e *-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Isolette Given To
Mount Sinai In
Dedication Affair
Over fifty men ben ai I
C .:"" I er '
East) SI wen pres
nonj ntlj tti
I
nt Sinai H
ib of 1
Chai '' :' '
Matron ] S
the
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H ital ut ah
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Worths Gra
i : w inti luci bv Won
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>.' .ipti r wh
gift | M ..-. Si
as her 1951 Worthy Matron's
Project, She was assisted in ci n
pletion of the project by Mrs. .
Pearl Rabin, chairman of the.
Ways and Means Committee.
Representatives of the Hospi-
tal present at the dedication in- ,
eluded Samuel Gertner. Execu- '
tive Director, and Dr. Ellas Frei- j
dus. chairman of Pediatrics.
Officers of the Grand Chapter |
of Florida prisent were: Associ- i
ate Grand Matron Helen Theus: !
Past Grand Matrons Nancye I
Richard. Marion Neeb. Maebell'
Ramey. ard Angie Mark: Grand
Esther Pnscilla Vaughn: Grand
Elects Katberine Kerlin: and
Grand Instructoresses Maude
Murdock. Chloe Wallace, and
Lula Cosper.
Essen Addretutes
liable* Women
Attorney Ben Essen will be
Ut-st speaker at the .retting of
i B'nth Women of Coral
.es. to be held on Tuesday.
November 20th. 8:30 p.m.. at the
Coral Gables Jewish Centir.
M n bers of the local chapter
.:: what B'nai B'rith is do-
South Florida District
on I Nation:-.] scale.
Arthur Winkleman.
w ill rej rt in
bership teas mo relate
.. Paid-Up Mi
nd Fashion Show t be
Sehneider Pieked
Vongrenn deader
Dr. s. G. Schneider, Miami
Beach optometrist, has been nam-
e I general chairman of the 1952
can Opt m i ti ic Associa-
tion C gress : other local
optomi ti it narm I to w rve on
the convention committee.
X e "' un Rent a made
Di ( tis White, Bat-
on Rouge. Louisiana. AOA presi-
Dr. S. G Schneider
dent, on uie ncommendation of
Dr. A. C WiBielm. Jr.. Ft. Laud-
erdale. president of the Florida
Optometnc Association.
Local optometrists serving on
the committee are: Dr. J. M.
Widdersheim. Coral Gables. Dr. i
Mason W Pace. Dr. Donald E. j
Conant. and Dr. Emanuel Push- ,
kin. at! of Miami.
Dr. Schneider, who heads the .
committee, is also editor of the
Jourral of the Florida Optomet-
nc Association. He will lead
the arrangements of the planning :
committee which will lay the
ground work for the Associa- ,
tion's annual convention at Mi- '
ami Btach. Jur.e 8th through I
12th.
Dr. Pushkin is current presi-
dent of the Southeast Florida Op- ,
tometric Association. The other .
three committeemen are past
presidents of the local group |
composed of Dade and Broward
County eve specialists.
Fort Lauderdale
Seen Anti-Semitic
A recent edition of the Anti-
Defamation League's bulletin re-
ports that "Finnting the pattern
of resort discrimination, partic-
ularly in the Florida area, is in-
t nsi ly difficult and filled with
tion and heartbreak."
The bulletin of October 30th.
has i a letter sent by the
Fort Lauderdale Chamber of
Con mi rce in response to an in-
quiry concerning th desirability
of residing in that city us an ex-
le of overt anti-semitism that
not hem outrooted by local
Florida ordinances and a properly
oriented educational program.
identity ol this city, since
its beginning", states the letter.
"has been based upon the desire
of the people to maintain a pre-
dominantly Christian community.
Busini is activities, therefore, in
real estate, merchandising and-
tourist promotion have been con-
ducted and developed to great
proportions according to the
wishes of the public, both resi-
d< it and visitor."
Concludes the letter: "It is un-
d( istandable. therefore, that Fort
Lauderdale has acquired a re-
stricted atmosphere with evident
social limitations that at times
are not conducive to the happi-
ness of many prospective new
residents."
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24 N.W 7th St. Off HlawS
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t^ GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACE
Hialeah-Miami Springs
A public invitation has been
extended to attend a Turkey
Trot on Monday evening. Novem-
ber 19th. 8 p.m at the Hialeah- j
mi Springs Jewish Commun-
ity Center. Happy Harold and his
band will provide the music.
GLASS
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PURPOSE
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[FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1951
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IfveNTH JUDICIAL CJRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145138
fc.VIAMIN PEACBMAN. Plaintiff,
iniiAKRT I'EACEMAN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARET I'KAi-KAIAN
i;i FJasI 54th Btreel
noklyn, New York
MARGARET PEACEMAN, are
notified ihai a Hill of Com-
Invi.rce has been filed n-
miu. and you are required to
cops ol your Answer or
idlns l" ">e hill "f Complaint on
plaintiff's Attorney, JOSEPH
i,ih:n. ESQ.. 8H Seybold Build-
M.aini. l-'lotida. and file the orlg-
i Answer or Pleading in the office
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
before the 13th day of December.
1 If you fall to do so. judgment by
hull will be taken against vnu for
f demanded in the Bill of
mpta Int.
IOXK AND (IRDERED at Miami,
irida. this Ittt day of November.
1951
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
pull Court Seal)
By \VM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Cierk
hsKlll GOLDEN, ESQ.
|t rnev for Plaintiff
Seybold HldK.
ml, Florida
(23-30 12/7
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 2650:
ESTATE OF .
HEItllKRT RANUEL. Deceased
3TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
CiTICE is hereby given 'hat have
rd m> final report and petition for
H.il [Hwharge as Ancillary Admin-
tor, C T.A., Of the estate of HICR-
EI1T RANG EL, de. eased: and that
ih, iTih day of December. 19&1,
appl> to the Honorable W. F.
LANi'N. County .lodge of Dade
linty, Florida, for approval of said
:il report ami for final discharge as
rlllai Vdminiatrator, C.T.A, of the
Kate ot HKRRHRT RANUEL. de-
ed
is nih day of November. 1951.
SHELDON N. LELCHUK
Ancillary Ad mi nisi rat or,
C.T.A.
: 11.\ \ LELCHUK
foi Ancillary
tor, c.T.A.
in llldg.
LEGAL NOTICE
th
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage In
,';l,!"-;.ni.-',';,.'.""1"'' "" fictitious nan.....f
HgA.IHWOOD MOTEL APART-
MENTS, al 1867) Collins Avon,,,.. Mi-
ami Beach. I ion,la. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of Dade County, Florida.
.1. D. H. CORPORATION
Owners
BERICK, SHAPIRO A PRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/16-23-30 12 7
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
In
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
_ No. 26899-B
R-: ESTATE OP
HERMAN LEE cantor. Deceased
It) All ( reditors and All Persons Hav-
ing (Maims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which von. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HERMAN LEE CANTOR,
deceased late of Miami, Dade County
f'lorlda. to the Hon. F'RANK Ft DOW-
LING, one of the County Judges 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
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred.
Date November 7th. AD. 1931.
SAC1. CANTOR,
As Administrator of the
Estate of HERMAN LEE
cantor. Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPI^AN
Attorneys for Administrator
r-.ii Seybold Hldg.
Miami. Fla.
11/9-16-2J-J0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. ., NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
>' unjeralgned, desiring to engage In
TU/J?t?a '.'I','1''- '''- fictitious name of
I ANIA \ II.I.\s, ilX 6943 Rue v.-n-
aorne, Miami Beach, Plorlda, intends
,E,.,'" s.a"' """" ""*" the cl.rk
' i Ifcult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
11 2-9-16-23
TAN1A LEISH HARRIS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
crflv,- i"1"'' '"" t"loue name o"
CRANE BROS. GARAGE, at N w
flat Street. Miami, Plorlda. intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
Florid C" f Dade Cou'">'-
JOSEPH H. CHANE
E. PAUL BBAtV" CRANH
n/V.jlia Sr Cran* Bro'"' Garage
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEKEIIY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of VANITY FAIR STl'DIOS. at 3191
Bnerldan Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla..
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lad.- County. Florida
A. HENRY KAUPFMAN
GERSHON s MILLER. Esq.
Attorney for Vanity Fair Studios
420 I.inc.,In Road
Miami Beach, F'la.
M 9-16-23-30

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12,7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
UTICK is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Igned, dealcing to engage In
|lne nndei the fictitious name of
H:m. UATB REAl'TY BALON, al
i s \\ 32nd Avenue. Intends to
Ktti paid name with the Clerk
[tile < uit Court of Dade County.
I
i:"'\kst NEWMAN
Dl I 12/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
|FL0RIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14508C
|ANK PERO, Plaintiff.
Isi VERGANO PERO, Defendant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
th, undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of K and F" JOBBERS, at ::i N W
Miami, l-'.a intend to
name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County.
2nd Street.
register said
the Circuit
Floi Ida,
CHKRTKOF
HARRY FKI.n
SAMUEL KARBER
Co-Partner s
A K'AI.ISH
Attorneys for Applicants
Olympia Bids,
11 9-16-23-30
JN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
______ No. 144837
(.1 I8BPPE PIANTADOSI. Plaintiff,
vs.
CAR^5tA- PIANTADOSI. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CARMBLA PIANTADOSI,
166 Anderson Avenue
e/o Famigliegettl.
Fnirvicw. New Jersey.
YOU are reiiuired to serve a copy of
jour Answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attorney
and to file the Original Answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the 29th dav of
November. 1931: otherwise the Bill of
Complaint heretofore filed herein will
be taken as confessed bv vnu.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 29th
day of October. 1951.
K. R LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By WM. W, STOCKING,
Deputy Clctk.
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney- for Plaintiff
910-12 Olvmpla Building
Miami, Florida.
II 2-H-16-2:!
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Notice Is hereby given that Nathan-
iel \\ Siegel. holder as BSSlgl.....I
Everglades Drainage Tax Sale Certifi-
cate Numbered 4249, dated th.
day of May, AD. 1949. hhas filed said
ertlficata In my office, and has madi
application for tax dead to laaue
eon In accordance with law. Said
Certificate embraces the following
described property, situated in Dade
County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 18, Block 2. Larklna Town-
site, plat Hook 2. Page 105, Lo-
cated in Dade Countv, State of
Florida.
The assessment of said
property under the Certificate
issued was in the nai......I
Alex ("ass Unless said c, r-
tificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will
issue thereon the 19th day of
November, A.D. 1951.
Dated this 12th day of October, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal I
By N. C. STF;rRF;TT.
Deputy C'crk.
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
TO:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MORENE APARTMENTS, at R35
Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVID SAFFAN
ROSE SAPPAN
ALBERT Rosa
GILDA ROSA
JOSEPH PA It DO
Attornev for Applicants
914 Seybold I'.ldg.
Miami, Fla.
11.2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144579
ETHEL A. MANN, Plaintiff.
V8.
MEI.VIN A. MANN. Defendant.
TO: MEI.VIN A. MANN
7349 198th Street
Flushing, ]>ng Island.
New York.
ORDER BY PUBLICATION
vor arf: hf:rf:by notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you In the
above entitled cause and you are
hereby reiiuired to serve a copy <-f
vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorneys, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
16th day of November, 1951, If you
fail to do so, judgment by default
will lie taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the bill of complaint.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ISth
day of October. 1931.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk, Circuit Court
(Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
1 leputy Clerk.
PALI.oT, SILVER & ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
v"i Ingraham Pudding
Miami. Florida
10 26 11.2-9-1C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN.
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142340
WILLIAM I-'. PERRY, I'lainti: .
vs.
RI'TH WASSERSTEIN and
SAM WASSERSTEIN, h" r hu.-i
Defendants/.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RUTH WASSERSTEIN
and
SAM WASSERSTEIN
Address Unknown.
YOU are hereby required to serve n
COPy of VOUr Answer to the Bll 'I
Complaint on Plaintiffs Attorn. and
to file the Original Answer in the 9t-
tlce of the Clerk of the Circuit
OR or before the 26th day of N
ber, 1951: otherwise, th.- Bill of Con-
plaint heretofore filed will be tlkell
ac onfesssd by you.
DATED at Miami. Dade Countv.
Florida, this 22nd day ol October, 1951.
E I!. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florid
By WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN It LYONS,
910-lj Olvmpla Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
10/26 11/2-9-16
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Vergano Pern
Ird Street
. '":: Island
id to serve a copy of
- to the inn of Complaint
nn the plaintiff's attornev,
Ihi original answer in the
the Clerk of the Circuit
b< fore the stb day of
A I' 1951: otherwise, the
lllplalnt for Divorce, here-
In, will be taken as
I you
\! i-iii. Florida, this the
November 1951.
11 LEATHERMAN,
i-rk of th< c -, uii Court,
County, Florida
Seal)
WM W STOCKING.
Deptits Clerk
IHEDMAN
i-'.iiiitiff
I lllda
12 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NoThE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of skylark APARTMENTS, at 9901
!:. Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor
Islands. Dade County, Fla., Intends
to register said name with the clerk
'd the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DANIEL D. SCIII.APIK. Mil
i iwner
BERICK. SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attornev- for Applicant
ISO I.,n, i In Road
Miami Beach. I'l.i
11 9-16-23-30
|N0T,CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage In
i the fictitious name of
RV1CE c.\|-.. at Miami
Ida, intends to register
Ih l he '' rk of the Clr-
i of | >ade 'omit \, Florida.
MICHAEL SEROTA
3" 13 7
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floxidkm so-
Bdta youi legal notice*.
appreciate your
Patronage and guaran-
* accurate service at
'gal rates. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
IN COUNTY JUDGET COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 22270
RE: ESTATE OF
PHILIP ENGELHARDT. D-...i-d
NOTICE OF TNTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereb> given that we
U! final report and i
ge as Am lllary Ex-
ul the i It. ol PHILIP EN-
GELMARDT. deceased: and thai on
the 3rd dav of December. 1851, will
apply to th< Hi norable W F BLAN-
T< iN, Count .1 idge of I '.ol. I'
Florida, f i approval of said final
report i nd ir fin il dlsi hai ge as Vn-
Executnrs of the estate of
Pllll.il- ENCELHARDT, deceased
BERNARD W. ENGELHARDT
ANNA KLINGER
WALTER c KOVNER
Attornej foi Ancillary Executors
11. 9-16-2 1-80
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CHARLIND APARTMENTS at
144 Merffllan Avenue. Miami Peach.
Fla.. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
BENJAMIN WEISSMAN
HILTON KOCH
in 26 ll 2-9-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Cl'RTIS I'NIEORM CO., at 1889
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, F'la .
Intends i" register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'f
Dade County, Fli
HAROLD ISENBERG
Id 2fi J-9-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DAVIDS COIFFEURS, at 7129 Col-
Una Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
''""'' DAVID POST
Sole owner
BERICK. SHAPIRO *.- FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
II 2-9-16-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
LAl'NDROVEND CO., at 1438 Drexel
Avenue, Miami Peach. Florida, intend
to register said name with the ClerB
,,f th, lit O urt of I la le ( ollllty.
' MAX J. KORSON
LARRY KORSON
11 2-9-1
SEITLIN & COMPANY
LT^ ^
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. K. 2rd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.
W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE lb HEREBT GIVEN I ll
the undersigned, deslrine; to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CLAIRE APARTMENTS, at 1350
Eu lid \'-' Miami Beach, Florida,
intend ti register said name with the
clerk of thi t Court of I >ade
Countv, i
LESLIE FRIEBERT
CL VIRE FRIEBERT
i iwners
11 2-H-KI-23_____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, det to engage
in business under the fictitious name
,.f orv MOTORS, at 989 8. W. 8th
St.. Mian I, I'io- da. Intend to register
said nan:.- With tin c|,rk of the C
cult Court of D.ole County, Florida,
Gl'Y A. I.ooMIS. ,IR,
A \V. SCHOSTAK
11 2-9-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In i lalness under the fictitious name
of MURRAY'S PLUMBING COMPA-
NY tNot Inc.). at 124" B. W. 19th
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
stei n namt with the < Mark of tne
circuit Court Of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MORRIS FRIEDBERG
Sole owner
10,26 11/2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIiY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ness di r the fictitious name
of KAY'S LUGGAGE A CUTLERY
SHOP, al -'7 N. F:. 1st Avenue. Mi.inc.
i i, intend to register said name
With th< tin Circuit Court of
I ',.-. Count; !":
cI.aka KIRSCHENBAUM
ABE KIRSCHENBAUM
, IW1
j 29 --s-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\, rTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II I
the ui to i
In busli flctlti>us name
Of Ri >8E ARMS APARTMEN -
ii is Met Idlan A > e n u e ,
i:. ,i h, Fla.. intends to regIstei sa d
name with the Clerk of the C
Court of Dude County. Florida.
rose Schneider
Sole Owner
10/28 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MICK'S ATLANTIC SERVICE
STATION* at HHV-N. W. 7th Street.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pad.
County. Florida.
ALBERT MICHAEL DEITSCH
CHKRTKOF K'AI.ISH
i Attorneys for Applicant
I Olvmpia Building
in '26 ii l'-h-IS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i
the undersigned, desirlna to engagt In
business under the fictitious name of
SUPERIOR DELICACIES, al
Harding Avenue, Burfslde, Florida,
Intends to reglater said name with
the ci.rk of the circuit Court ol
pad.- County, Florida.
Ji ISEPH FOGEL
GEORGE l TAI.IANoFF
Attorni v for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Ml iml Ben h. I
10 26 11 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144691
WANDA NICH" iLSON, Pis ntlff,
vs.
RICHARD LEE NICHOLSON,
I ef
NOTICE BY PUBL1CATK iN
To: RICHARD LEE NICHOLS) N
ASN No 0-1917SS9
1st Student Ofl
Fort Bust -. V'li glnla.
Tor ari red I
oT your answer to th, Bill of Com-
- for Dlvoi..... tiff's
ney, and to file thi
. i f the i H the Cir-
culi < -on- on I-- foi i- the -,;'
of No>. mbi r. 1951; ther Isi the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, herel I
filed herein, will be taken as ,.....fess-
,.ii by -
i "ATED it Miami, Floi Ida, th
dav of Octobi 1951
E P. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit C irt
(Circuit Court Si I)
]'. WM W STOCKING,
I ll putj .
MICHAEL M. ISENBERG
Attorney for Plaintiff
107 i ll aj n< Pldg.
Florida
Id :; n L'-i'-li;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 26518 B
In P.- ESTATE OF
ANNA SHERMAN, Deceased
To ah Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands \
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hi rel |T
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. mav have against the
I ANNA SHERMAN, deceased
late of New York County, New York,
to th. lion FRANK B. DOWLING.
County Judge of Dnde County, and
file the same in his office in the
-;--. Courthouse in Dale County.
a, within i
:e -Into of the first
hereof Said Inlms or
fldri
be swoi n to and pi
nrnaald or same win be barred
20, A. D,
(5EORGE SHERMAN,
\- Ancillary \
trator, CTA tl
of
ANNA SHERMAN,
Di eased,
WALTER C, KOVNER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator
JU/26 11/2-9-16
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND>
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 144517
CELIA Kamlnsky. Plaintiff.
vs.
MORRIS KAMINSKV. Defend.,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: Mr. Morris Kamlnsky
c/o Irving and Sue Hall
39 Turner Place
Brooklyn, New York
Vor ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Di\
h..s b.en filed against you. and you
are hereby reiiuired to serve a cop)
of your answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney, ind
file the original answer In the Office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the lf'th dav of November,
1951, in default of which, the BUI
Complaint will be taken as con: iSsed
against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at M iml,
Dade county. Florida, this 17th da)
Of i >. tober. 1951.
E. R. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
. t Court Seal)
liy: WM. W STOCK.N'i.
Deputy Cli rk
LEO 8HEINER
Attorney for Plaintiff
302 Roper liuildlng
21"- 8.E. 3rd Avenue
Miami 32. Florida
10 26 ll 2-9-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144705
ELEANOR MARTO. Plaintiff.
vs
LOUIS MARTO, Defendant.
TO: Ll >l"IS MART-)
17 Post Avenue
New York City. N. Y.
You, LOUIS MARTo. ,,re 1 hj>
notified that a Rill of Complaint
Divorce has been filed against you
you are required to serve a jops
i your Answ.-r or Pleading to the BIB
of Complaint on the plaintiff- At-
torneys, CHERTOF AND KAL1SH.
607-11 Olympia Building, Miami. 1-'.
i file the original Answer or
ding In the office of the Clerk of
Clri uit Court on or before the 2S'h
day of November, 1951. If you fa I ">
I Judgment by default will bo
gainst >on for the relief d
di i] In the Pill of Complaint
PONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
F la, this 24th day of let ber,
A : 1951.
F:. B. LEATHERMAN.
cierk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florid
lit CO ill Seal I
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Cli i '<
i K( IF AND KALISH,
for Plaintiff
; 7-:i dympla Building,
. Fin
: J : I 'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N ("ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
: signed, desii ins to eng .-
xlness under the fli tltloua i
i f II ,v II MARKET, : 133 N W
, nue, Miami, l .... Ida, Inten I -
said name with the Cli
lit Court of Dade Count .
Florida
MAX FE1 : man-
saka FELDMAN,
His Ifi
Soli i wnera
MARX M FABER
Atl : nej for Applicants
112 Col greas Bldg.
10/26 11 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 144715
' RN Mi" IRE, Plaintiff
VI
EVERETT MOORF. .IP... Defer
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EVERETT MOORE, JR.
6 8 South 11th Str. i t
HAMILTON. OHIO
PVT. EVERETT Ml IRE. JR.
1 i8T ADJUTANT
. IMP SToNEMAN.
CALIFORNIA
Yi >l" arc reiiuired to s, : ve a -
I m Answer to thi Bill of i
- for Divorce on 1 .. .-'tiff's V
..nd to file the Original \
the office of in. Clerk i
c..urt. on or \. fori the
I November. 1951: i thi rwl*
Complain! heretofore
111 be taken i cranea
Miami. I I da, this 21th
ErrBA i erma:
1
. Count}
By WM. W >IN :-
PopiltV '
.,1 \ddi. is of
Attornev:
NORMAN R. LYONS.
910-12 olymida Building,
Miami. Florida.
10/26 11/2-9-16


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