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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
General Note:
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
24 Number 44
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Makes No Stand On East Pact;
>tt Flays Egypt's Unilateral Action
tmNGTON (JTA) A State Department spokesman in-
hn Monday that Israel's suggestions relating to the defense
iddle East would be welcomed. He confirmed that Israel
officially informed that the United States, Britain, France
cv intend to proceed with formation of a Middle Eastern
regardless of Egypt's stand on the matter. Similar in-
' Conciliation Commission's peace
talks at Paris, Mr. Sharett said
the Israeli delegation was not
able to negotiate on all items
the Commission's
UJA SPEEDS MILLIONS
TO SEE ISRAEL THROUGH
KB&
, ornments of Syria, Leb:
irdan, Iraq and Saudi
e said.
if Israel has made any
,n on how an effective inciuded in
East com'"a"dla^tt"ibf,e I agenda since the Arab countries.
the spokesman sad. u hos.
1 tile activities against Israel such
as the economic blockade and the
Suez Canal restrictions. How-
ever, he added that the delegation
would sincerely co-operate with
the Commission on all issues di-
rectly affecting Israel's relation-
ships with the United Nations,
such as solution of the Arab ref-
ugee problem.
but "of formal sugges-
I don't think so." To the
whether Israel has giv-
ndication that she would
. spokesman replied: "I
fink any official decision
[kind has been taken by
. on the operation of the
East command still have
vnrked out, the official
in asked if the headquar-
|jld be located in Egypt in
nee with the original pro-
u-hich were rejected by
Sharett Distrustful
tn Minister Moshe Shar-
m Tel Aviv that Egypt's
repudiation of its
Iwith Britain raised the
of the worth of a def-
fcace treaty between that
and Israel.
gypt is capable of unilat-
epudiating a treaty prev-
concluded." he laid, "we
t confident that we can
definite peace treaty with
Luntry for fear it would
I similar treatment."
Israeli Foreign Minister
Bt a press conference. In
p questions on the Anglo-
In conflict, he expressed
|w that every nation was
to self-determination to
Johnston Urges
Israel Bond Sale
NEW YORK (JTA)Empha-
sizing that the strength of the
State of Israel "is an adjunct to
our own strength and that of
the other free nations of the
world," Eric Johnston, adminis-
trator of the Economic Stabil-
ization Agency, said this week
that "we can regard an invest-
ment in an Israel bond as a
sound investment in liberty,
just as we so regard an invest-
ment in United States defense
bonds."
In his first major address
since his return from an eco-
nomic survey of Europe, Mr.
Johnston urged immediate sub-
scription of the Israel Bond Is-
sue floated in this country as
another means of combatting
inflation. He stressed that the
lo seii-ueiermiiiawuii iu ------- --7--------- ._
ts sovereignty but that 1 funds realized through the
Many millions of dollars in cash wart en route this week to
Israel following last week-ends National Report Conference of the
United Jewish Appeal. Close to 1.000 leaders from 44 states who
took part in-the Conference brought with them many minions
oi dollars in checks as a first installment by communities on the
UJA's shori-tarm nationwide drive to raise S35.OOO.0O0 in cash to
help alleviate Israel's critical shortages of food, housing, medicine*
nd nradical facilities. Shown above is a typical street comer
scene in the Jewish slate, where housewives must queue up for
hours to obtain the barest essentials of life. The United Jewish
AprMal supports the life-saving programs conducted in Israel.
Europe. North Africa, the Middle East and the United States by
its three nuamber agenciesthe United Palestine Appeal. Joint
Distribution Committee and United Service for New Americans.
$500,000,000 State of Israel Bond
Issue would be "spent for es-
sentials just as the revenue from
our own defense bonds is spent
itference to the Palestine I for essentials." _________^^
Ion could unilaterally des
I treaty it had concluded
bother independent coun-
Jewish Book Council Offers Basic
Library To Communities For Exhibit
NEW YORK To encourage retary of the Jewish Book Coun-
BOOKPIATES SYMBOLIZE THE LOVE
OF THE OWNER FOR HIS BOOKS
American Jews to set up home
libraries, the National Jewish
Welfare Board-sponsored Jewish
Book Council of America has cre-
ated a portable exhibit of 95
cil.
The Council also has available
an exhibit consisting of photo-
, graphic reproductions of seven
lit 01 sa j h panels in its portable ex-
basic Jewish books and nine pan- P intended to sup-
els, both of which are available ^ fa k exnjbjt arranged
on loan to Jewish communal I P**^ a, COmmun.ty.
groups. The books, in two book-
Mrs. Lili Du'ntov. exhibit chair-
cases each 10 by 23 by 32 inches. | -Qr Greater Miami's Jewish
and the panels, each 20 by 30 Month program. has an-
inches, are obtainable from
JWB's Jewish Center Lecture
Bureau's Audio Visual Service.
The Jewish Book Council,
which makes available the ex
nounced that her group will not
need to draw upor. the National
Board's lending service since all
of the basic books are locally
wnicn manes bvoumuhi *um =-x- | available. Her efforts will stress
hibit as part of its year-round en- recent publications oi Interest to
deavors to stimulate interest in | jews.
and reading of Jewish books, is
the sponsor of Jewish Book
Month, to be held this year from
I November 23rd to December
23rd.
Selected by a committee of the
, Council "as suggestions for the r^aHs"lsraers" "one and a half
beginnings of a Jewish home 11- .fv dollar reparations claim
j brary." the books' subjects cover biMon ^ ..emirely ,
religion, the Bible._ history, Israel ; Jg and fulK. supports it. but
Australians See
Claim As Proper
LONDON (JTA)The Execu-
tive Council of Australian Jewry
: fiction and juvenilia.
tified" and fully supports it. but
nun wiu !--..... jt Cannot accept any suggestion
Of the nine panels, four con- tna{ German guilt would be d'.s-
tain photographs of contempor- charged bv pavment of an ele-
ary Jewish authors, novelists, po- mentary debt, the council declar-
ets and historians who write in ed ]as, week in a statement of
English, Hebrew and Yiddish,
and one shows masters of mod-
ern Jewish literature. Two have
samples of outstanding illumina-
tions from medieval and Renais-
its position cabled to the World
Jewish Congress here.
The cable added that Austral-
ian Jewrv viewed with grave
misgivings the attitude of the
tions from meaievm nu nt misgivings tne aimuae 01 m<=
sance prayer books, Haggadahs German Government because it
and scrolls. Two other panels, | had taken few effective steps to
containing book plates of individ- eliminate Nazism from public
ual and Jewish communal librar- ]ife in Germany. It opposed re-
__. *-..... *V, nntlpetion Of _j__:__;_ f f~> *.- r\\r ir.tr, the
. from the collection of
Philip Goodman, evecutive sec
Israeli Artists To Bo
Represented In Venice
Reproduction of a panel containing bookplates of ndl*,d"*lsi
id Jewish communal organisations which is part of the P""J'
Aibii of 9 panel. .d 95 Jawish books being made ?
> loan to Jewish communities by tha National Jewish Weliare
oard-sponsored Jewish Book CouncU of America.
admission of Germany into the
familv of nations until a genuine
change of heart and a democratic
way of life determines German
life. It warned that earlier admis-
sion of Germany would open
, the wav to resumption of Nazi
ROMF (WNS)Israeli artists propaganda throughout the world
will participate for the first time and would particularly expose
in the international art exhibit I Australian Jewry to the dangers
opening in Venice, in May of of large-scale German immigra-
1952. Itionthere.
Monitor Says Ex-
Mufti Is Cause
Of East's Tnrest
BOSTON (WNS) The for-
mer Grand Mufti of Jerusalem,
Hitler collaborator and bitterly
anti-Western, "is reputedly the
center of the terrorist groups
which have accounted for the
assassination of a dozen moder-
ate Moslem leaders in recent
years," The Christian Science
Mor.itor charged this week in
an editorial dealing with the
current unrest in the Moslem
world.
Drawing a distinction between
Islam as a religious concept and
the political use of the pan-Is-
lamic ideal by terrorists and fas-
cist-minded ''patriots," the edi-
torial notes that the "name of
the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem is
closely linked with this latter
group." The extremists who
have plunged the Moslem world
into an uproar, the editorial
states, have no desire to serve
the interests of Russia "but they
are unwittingly playing Russia's
game when they foment the sort
of mass emotions that lead Iran
and Egypt to imagine that they
can be indepedent without out-
' side aid." Declaring that the
' Mufti is 'backed by the most
feudal and reactionary elements
, ol Moslem society" and that he
' "symbolizes the great danger
that besets the more idealistic
, elements of that society," the
; editorial says "it was-discourag-
' ing to Moslem moderates to
have him elected as spiritual
leader of Motomar (the Comin-
form of the Pan-Islamic move-
ment) at its first world-wide
parley."
Editor Sees Bright
Future For Israel
Despite Shortages
Despite the fact that "belts are
worn lighter" now in Israel, mor-
ale remains high among its peo-
ple and "economic pundits who
put en their best graveside man-
ner because of the economic un-
balance in Israel are premature
as well as unrealistic," Gershon
Agron-Agronsky, Editor and Pub-
lisher of the Jerusalem Post. Eng-
lish language daily in the Middle
! East, declared this week at a
press conference at the national
headquarters of the State of Is-
rael Bond Drive.
Mr. Agron. who has been an
outstanding authority on Israel
and Middle Eastern affairs for
the past twenty-five years, ar-
rived in the United States a few
davs ago to undertake a special
toiir in behalf of the State of Is-
rael Independence Bond Issue.
In addition to enjoying a unique
reputation as a journalist and
newspaper publisher, Mr. Agron
served until recently as Director-
I General of Information for the
Government of Israel.
"A country that doubles its
population in three years and has
\ two mouths to feed and two per-
sons to clothe and to shoe, in-
1 stead of one. and this after a
costly war of liberation, does not
feel'shattered at the shortages
and share-for-share rationing that
they impose." Mr. Agron said.
"On the contrary, it may be said
to feel stimulated and ennobled.
This is the case in Israel."
"There are shortages and the
irritation that shortages induce".
Mr. Agron pointed out. "but there
is no starvation, no panic, no
fear for the future and no in-
tention on the part of the Israel
Government to slow the revo-
lutionary and healing process
through immigration from the
countries of the East and Eastern
EuroDe that adds daily to Israel's
population."__________
25 Years Ago
VIENNA Another recog-
nition for the Hebrew language
we.s recorded at the College of
Oriental Lansuagt? here. The
cr"ege established a special Hc-
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PAGE 3 A
[77/ Say...
. _,. month, incidents occurred that can-
""' ^unease o Miami Jewry. The Tifereth
buL/'^htide Center was just completed. On the
N Hoor hung a placard, heiling Hitler and
^KK under theS swastika, and damning Jews
,,.! ill in German. During construction,-
' v mdals had blasted a hole in the wall of
CVblo^"hat divided its two back rooms. In
Ke section, boys going to school discovered two
|?V dv-namite with lighted fuse in the recessed
b I t Vie luxe Temple Israel; its lintel wall was
IT i with 3 Ks. Dynamite was also found on
I. ,,f Miami Hebrew School and Congregation
IhlsW.'region. Sidney Palmer reports the de-
n of photos on gravestones in the Jewish divis-
lot wtmcllawn cemetery.
u may'be what teen-agers call fun. Per-
a unatic fringe is operating Yet some sinister
P ;i ,'videntlv supplying the dynamite and egg-
fern onSo far. neither the Police, the Sheriff,
the County Solicitor's office has unearthed a
.This is nothing to be complacent about. No
fcch of any Christian denomination has been mo-
iAddccade has passed since the Nazi onslaught
In American Jewry. Is another crusade in the
1 Miami is a sensitive spot which usually reg-
r the coming trends in the U.S.A. Here the
litr. Front began their antics in the 1930's before
Bier Coughlin's Christian Front started operations
fcetioit. Boston, and New York
Iheavals AGAINST MINOR TIES
fcui-iouslv. American soil has always been fertile,
the growth of crack pottery. In Colonial days,
men were hanged for witchcraft in Salem, Mass.
\\L land of minorities, some minority is always on
run The witch hunts were not confined to any
kial race or creed. Catholics, Chinese, Normans,
lians Irish, Mexicans, Germans, Japs, Southern-
Ne'eroes, Tories, Anarchists, Abolitionists, and
nmunit* have at some time felt the abuse and
A Persecution of American Freemasonry
By HARRY S1MONHOFF
maltreatment of the dominant majority. Nor have
Jews escaped unscathed. But the strangest of per-
secutions was directed against the secret Order of
Freemasons.
A DECLINE OF MASONIC PRESTIGE
Before and during the Revolution, Masonry was
held in the highest esteem. Some people thought
the American and French Revolutions were hatched
within the secrecy of the lodge room. We know
that Washington, Franklin, Marshall, Lafayette, and
the cream of patriots in both countries were mem-
bers. But this high opinion began to decline as the
19th century advanced. An earnest man of high
quality such as President John Quincy Adams ques-
tioned the place of secret societies in a free republic.
It was charged that Masons were bent solely upon
promoting each other's political interests; that they
monopolized two-thirds of all State and Federal
offices; that only a Mason could be nominated for
the Presidency; that the courts, honeycombed with
members of the order, were receptive to the signs of
distress from culprits, who got off scott free or with
light sentences.
WILLIAM MORGAN VANISHES
In this atmosphere of envy and suspicion occured
an unfortunate incident. In Batavia, N.Y., William
Morgan, a Freemason of questionable character, an-
nounced his intention to publish the Masonic oath
its ritual and secrets. He disappeared in 1826 and
was never seen nor heard from. A shudder went
over the country. The suspected Batavia lodge
denied kidnapping or doing away with him. Re-
sentment flared up against the order and public
excitement ran high. In N.Y. no less than 32 news-
papers spewed forth anti-Masonic vitriol; "Com-
mittees of Safety" were set up to protect commun-
ities from the "criminal" fraternity.
A POLITICAL ISSUE
Anti-Masons formed themselves into a political
party. By 1831 they rolled up 120,000 votes in New
York state, and came very near electing their own
governor. Freemasonry was on the defensive and
could do nothing to stem the animus that surged
against it. Of the 500 lodges in the state only 82
survived. Its 20,000 members dwindled to 3,000. Not
until after the Civil War did Masonry recover itt
prestige.
THADDEUS STEVENS
In Pennsylvania the situation was even worse.
This was due to the leader the movement attracted.
Thaddeus Stevens, destined to cast a sinister shadow
over American history, first attained national prom-
inence through his anti-Masonic crusade. Arch foe
of the bleeding, defeated Confederacy 30 years later,
the club-footed Old Commoner masterminded the
only impeachment proceedings ever filed against a
U.S. President. With the help of the newly elected
anti-Masonic governor, this implacable inquisitor
used the power of the legislature to harrass, malign,
and persecute Masonry. It speaks well for the innate
fairness and common sense of the law makers when
they refused to pass the anti-Masonic bills he intro-
duced and pushed with such vindictiveness.
WEAKNESS OF MINORITIES
In restrospect, the persecution of Freemasonry
appears as bizarre as witch burning. That it was
without rhyme or reason is attested by a century
of American political history, during which indi-
vidual Masons played honorable and leading parts.
But the incident is not without its lesson. A minor-
ity, its excellent character and behavior notwith-
standing, is never completely secure. It was Jeffer-
son who maintained that the constitution is for the
protection of the minority; the majority can protect
itself.
The persecution of Masonry has a familiar ring
to Jewish ears. In fact, if the term anti-Semite be
substituted for anti-Masonic one would be reading
authentic Jewish history. How often did the disap-
pearance of a Christian adult or child give the
signal for attacks on Jews? The Masonic persecu-
tion has even a frightening aspect. For after all,
those oppressed Masons did stem from the white
Protestant solid majority.
Kial Events To Preview Gala Dinner
;ld For Israeli Ambassador And Wife
Final plans for a weekend which will pay tribute to Ambassador
Mis Abba Eban are to be made at a meeting of the arrange-
Bte committee at noon today at the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
, 420 Lincoln Road. All arrangements will be dependent upon
exact arrival time of the Ebans, whose press of official duties
Washington prevents an early determination of their travel
ledulc. 'over their Washington residence
to the State of Israel for use as
the United States home of the
Israel Ambassador, and the Ebans
are now living there.
Sunday evening, a cocktail
'"?alr Is "it Party for friends and friends of
said Wednesday. It i Pf"y m he he,d t
?Never in my memory has
leatcr Miami gone so overboard
enthusiasm over the forthcom-
visit of a Jewish figure
nericai or Israeli," Dr. Morris
bodman. local Israel
lairman. .
|a rare privilege for any Amer-
in city to be honored by a visit
the Ambassador, and South
orida has responded whole-
lartedly," Dr. Goodman said.
pointed out that the limited
feting capacity in the Pagoda
bom of the Saxony "makes ini-
tiative the confirmation of res-
f vat ions by those planning to
Itend ihe dinner. Unless reser-
Selig; Mrs. Monte Selig; Harold l Sail IIV #. ItllHI' OlII'IIS iwlit Shop
Shapiro; Frederick K. Shochet; 1
Jacob Sher; Harry Simonhoff;
Wm. D. Singer; Harry Sirkin,
Joseph R. Stein; Harold Turk;
Alex Van Straaten; Mrs. Jack
Udell; Dr. Harold Webman; Carl
Weinkle; Mrs. Carl Weinkle;
Hoke Welch and Mitchell Wolf-
the State of Israel will be held at
the Saxony. The dinner will fol-
low beginning at 7 p.m., and the
luxurious Miami Beach hotel
is decorating the Pagoda Room
with Israel flags, banners and
photomurals.
To Discuss World Situation
In his address, Eban is expect-
ed to report on the role of Israel
in the current Middle East crisis
itior.s are made promptly, we | a'nd" in the overall international
nnot tyjarantee accommoda- '.situation, in addition to reporting
ions.' on the progress of the $500,000,-
Tea To Honor Mn. Eban 000 Independence Bond Issue.
The Ebans will be extended of-
ficial greetings by Dr. Bowman
F. Ashe, president of the Univer-
sity of Miami, on behalf of the
Greater Miami community; Col.
Jacob Arvey, Democratic official
in Chicago, on behalf of the en-
tire American Jewish commun-
ity and Vice Mayor Burnett Roth
of'Miami Beach, on behalf of
Mayor William Wolfarth of Mi-
ami. Mayor D. Lee Powell of Mi-
ami Beach, and Mayor David H-
Hendrick, Jr., of Coral Gables.
Sponsors For Dinner
Members of the sponsors com-
mittee for the dinner include:
Dr Morris Goodman, Chairman;
I L Mintzer, Treasurer; Jack Ab-
lin; Sidney D. Ansin; Dr. Bow-
man F. Ashe; Leonard Barr; Sam
Blank- William Blumenthal; Jos-
eph M. Cherner; Josh Ellis; Sam-
uel Friedland; Charles Frucht-
I Tentative arrangements call for
' tea honoring Mrs. Eban Satur-
lay afternoon, November 10th,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
_-. Friedland, 5740 N. Bay Road,
fliami Beach. Saturday, at 8 p.m.,
reception in honor of Ambassa-
lur and Mrs. Eban will be tend-
ered by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Cherner at their new home, 5045
[.akeview Drive, Miami Beach.
The Cherners recently turned
son.
Arrangements Committee
Members of the Arrangements
Committee include: Jack Abbot;
Dr. David Andron; Mrs. Benja-
min Appel; Mrs. Sam Cohen;
Mrs. Wolfie Cohen; Leon J. Ell;
Louis Escott; Mrs. Aaron Farr,
Mrs. Joseph Fenias; Milton Fried-
man; Ben Zion Ginsburg; Mr. and
Mrs H. Gordon; Mrs. Murray
Grossman; Nat Hankoff; Mrs.
Bee Jaffer; Aaron Kanner; Fred
Jonas; Mrs. Ida Kars; Mrs Abe
Katz; Wm. Kneapler; Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan; Mrs. Morns Kogan;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretzky;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lesowoder; Dave
Levinson; Dr. Robert Litowitz;
Kolman Luria; Joseph Mechlow;
Mrs. Bess Nelson; Judge Ken-
neth Oka; Julius J.Perlmutter:
Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack; Sam
Prosterman; Burnett Roth; Sey-
mour Rubin; Mrs. Samuel T. Sa-
piro; Mr. L S. Shapoff; Mr. and
Mrs. M. Sirkin; Mrs. Bernard
Sterling; Mr Alfred Stone; Carl
Susskind; Sanford Swerdlin,
Meyer eigman; Dr. Milt Travers;
Jerome Weinkle; Mrs. Max
Weitz; Mrs. Mortimer Wein, and
George Wolpert.
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, communal
and professional worker, an-
nounces the opening of her new
shop at 5792 S.W. 8th Street. The
shop will specialize in greeting
cards, stationery, gifts and party
favors.
Mrs. Rose has been a resident
of the Greater Miami area for
more than 25 years. She was
the first executive director of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau now
known as the Jewish Social Serv-
ice Bureau which she served for
13 years. More recently, Mrs.
Rose was a member of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation
staff.
The formal opening of the shop
took place last evening.
Business, Professional
Hadassah Presents Skit
The Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Group of Hadassah will
hold its annual membership tea
onuoAV M191 IS
no* 'joiuao Aiiunuiuioo usiM.if
luieiw 3Ml lB uooiuoije Xspuns
A skit, Bollah Busta Comes
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least includes the following mem-
bers: Fanny Levitt, Stella Al-
Iper, Edythe Bernstein, Beatrice
Kelter, Edith Slater and Mara-
lene Lurie.
Sadye G. Rose
Miami and Miami Beach's
Finest and Largest
Jewish Funeral Home
A. Levine Irving Blasberg
Bennett
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Radley Plays Concerto
Miss Joan Radley was the fea-
ture performer with a symphony
orchestra under Oliver Wash-
bum's direction last Thursday
evening at the Dade County Aud-
itorum. ..
Miss Radley performed tne
Hadyn Cello Concerto. She is
The wife of Dr. Frederick Neu-
mann, violinist, who recently
founded a string Quartette. To-
gether with her husband, she
has performed in duos through-
out the Greater Miami area.
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EDITORIAL
Step Softly
Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Shctrett's onu-
tion to accept a pivotal position in the Eastern
Defense Alliance speaks well for his political a.-.;
military cunning. While the American inTttatton
would have turned the head of a lesser man,
Sharett remains calm before what appears overt-
ly an unprecedented honor and what carries with
it the implication thai Israel stands recogn^ed
as c mature world power
Actually, the new state's position is a tenuous
once. Her borders are surrounded bv :r.irr.:ra.
neighbors who will not hesitate to strike when
the opportunity presents itself The Arab League
can not tolerate c progressive culture as is Is-
rael s today. Attempts made in the direction of
educational economic ar.d industrial advcr.r?
stand opposed to all the Arab leaders revere
the cncient feudal system they still perpetuate
for personal gain must crumble, they realize.
when beset by such Jewish advances.
Further Israel has outraged the East's mighty
power, the Soviet. While her leaders in the begin-
ning considered every effort to stand neutrcl
oetween Russia and the West, her subsequent
inner health which prevented successful sub-
versive action by the Communists, made the
Kremlin withdraw even the smallest vestige of
sympathy it had manifested for the new state
in its first struggle for independence. Thus Rus-
sia .s at this moment preventing Jews within its
sphere of power from moving to Israel. She is
preventing the rightful removal of properties be-
longing to Israeli citizens from her satelite coun-
tries. She is squeezing Israel's infant oil industry
by engendering distrust and hatred between
tr.ese sctelites and the new state.
Surely, American statesmen recognize Israel's
immediate difficulties: her hatred by the League
and by the Soviet. They are completely aware
of her economic situation. Intensive Jewish fund-
raising activities all over the world bespeak Is-
rael's need.
Despite this grim picture. Western powers,
led by American diplomacy, has invited Israel
into the new Defense Alliance. They suffer the
outrage of Egypt with seemingly little care and
make no excuses for the fact that they prefer
lsrcel to Egypt in the alliance if a choice is neces-
sary. They make no excessive effort beyond
polite diplomatic convention to affect a compro-
mise.
Foreign Minister Sharett can not help but
rec.ize the significance of this situation. That
The Vile Growth To Be Uprooted
Israel is indeed pivotal becomes manifest when
all the negative aspects of her situation are con-
sidered in terms of the West's invitation. But
such a pivotal position carries with it great
dangers. First, it must be recognized that weak-
ness is as much a characteristic of this position
as is strength. Such a situation can only lead
an observer to conclude that it is the desire oi
the Alliance members to have someone they
can lead and pose according to the exigencies
of any given political or military "aura". Sec-
ond, it must be recognized that Israel becomes
the obvious choice because of two factors: this
precise weakness (really, infancy and an as yet
fundamental lack of founded direction) and the
new state's geographic location. With Britain's
loss of prestige in Egypt. Israel represents a new
toehold for the West in the vital Suez region.
Sharett's hesitancy to fall before the Roman
floral honor, then, is an advised thing. His ac-
The Great Testament
He was one of many. Except for hi,
was indistinguishable from the hundred,
pie who were gathered in the sacred hJ'1
United Jewish Appeal Like the rest Jfcf
gates he had come to the UJA National V 1
Conference in New York out of a sense I
ency. moved by the great need. sllr:ed ? J
struggle of a people for survival, capUvaZ,:
the miracle that is Israel. J
Though his bridge had been d*J ,
thinned by time, he did not fear to treadM
it. Challenging age and its attendant debiS
he travelled from distant and warm South" i
lina to share in the deeper glow of giving
shoulder was cold and old, yet would '! i
its last bit of strength to adding momentum-^,
sacred task. "I
He was in a sense an obscure man id
thousands of others throughout the country h!l
had deep ties with his people and the ai3
well. There were probably many upliffaqnj
ents in his life, even as there were occaji
for pain and agony and searching. In ~$Z
he was one of many. Yet William Keyserb
in death remains a symbol that will fona beM
membered by our community and forever cbl
ished by the generations of his family. For J
left the greatest of human testaments when J
passed into eternity with the words "save humaj
lives" on his lips. J
There are some who tread this wordly paj
without seeming effort. Others bend under thef
burden. Still others seek upliftina and purpo*
fullness. We cannot possibly know what tra
spired in the heart of the elderly man when*
abandoned his life to a cause. But we do law
that in passing as he did, William KeyserlaJ
achivede a symbolic significance few men haul
been privileged to attain.
ltd nil t I I ruts
Voter Scrutiny
Urging voters to examine care-
qualifications of all
candidates, Louie Bandel sa:
a campaign speech this week
c ai running for re-elec-
tion on his public record as a
member of the Miami city c-om-
missi the past two yeari
Bandel pointed out that he in-
troduced the slum clearance ord-
inance v..-.:.- provides that if
housing is found substanda:
11 razed and replaced with mod-
ern structui
"Since I introduced that ord-
inance 6.282 slum units have
been screened in the downi
Negr a.-~a During the past 15
" 4.885 units have beer, re-
400 have been demol-
UMj 1.188 new units have
: Bandel disclosed.
tty commissioner said he
r-^- eaded the movement
new incinerator anc
- A bonds for iti
pletion: for the 331 87 miles of
etch
Miami past St Augustine it
la.d end to end: and for the 57.35
miles of street paving
Among the other accomphsh-
mentl Bar del listed the 10
tot! parks wit:. :r...-.-. : e in
the planning stage a.-.; pointed
out that tru-
mental in the new storm sewer
prog, ar:
'I am not running against anv
candidates." he uid
but am concerned onlv with the
re-< lection of Louie "Bandel."
During the past week Bandel
opened his Southwest headquar-
ters at 2395 Coral Way with Mrs
Martin Fmkelstem m charge. He
also opened new headquarters in
the Northwest section at 6701
N.W. 7th Avenue.
tions add to the dignity of the new state whidl
wants to play no toady. If it is to become a rnerJ
ber of the Near Eastern Alliance, it must do nl
because of what it is capable of doing, not btl
cause of what it is capable of having done bl
it. It must use, not be used. It must be asked bl
function as Israel, not be made to function a[
footman for the West.
Forrestal Changes Attitude Toward New
State Before Death; Conflicts With Diary
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)James Forrestal voiced "deep re-
morse over his anti-Israel stand before his death 'and it is tragic
that he never corrected the written record" m the Diary published
last week, a leading New York dailv asserted this week
The New York Post said editorially that publication of For-
restal s memoirs on the Palestine
crisis "does almost as grave an anti-Jewish position with high-
..-justice to Forrestal as it does flown language."
to the targets of his angry words." The columnist said that For-
Acco.-ding to the diary', ex- restal's explanation that he was
cerpts of which have been car- trying to lift the Palestine issue
ried by the New York Herald- from politics and put it on the
Tribune. Forrestal's "oasic posi- high level of "national security"
tion in those desperate days of was an effort to label those who
Israel's fight for survival was differed with hi mas "low-minded
that the United States had more politicians."
to gain by appeasing Arao ag-
gressors by befriending the err.- D j -.i
battled He seemingiv felt nrandeis Chapter, A.J.C.
tnat anyone who disagreed with t-*. prln,. ,-v, .
him was either an emot.onalisf AmencS Jewfshrl" f *&
or a cynical politician seeking g, a hnrhi,? C5?ress Y
:es and contributions" gove -e- -tr? Vm Wed"esd.f-V-
view was also reported in Draeo^ 234 *LMe& ?lden
a Time magaz- n and the 6 34 23rd Street-
Widespread publication created-------------------"----------
25 Years Ago
circles here
U.S.A.:
25 Years Ago
LONDON A new departure
in the development of the liberal
Jewish movement in England
was marked here when the Lib-
eral Jewish synagogue instituted '
Sunday services.
"But there is a segue! to the
that belongs on the record.' WASHINGTON It is unlike-
the Post said In numerous pn- v. that leS^lation for the reg-
vate conversations before hil :"JratT?n of aliers will be adopt-
Foncstal voiced deep re- f Tnls Pin'on was expressed
morse over the stand he had tak- f Vu y the exec"tive coun-
en It had been based on a mis- "/ ,V e- American Federation
calculation of military (as well Laor ir Iti annual report.
as moral) intelligence: the *cer- *
it Israel could not sue- DETROIT The Jewish Wel-
lUy resist Arao attack and *!* Federation of Detroit was
tnat by providing justice for Is- *"*<**? this week for the pur-
rael. we would merely lose strate- pof* f co-ordinating welfare and
gic Arab support without win- rellef work here Henrv Wine-
mr.g anything "jn was chosen provisional pres-
Tr.e editorial was m sharp con-
trast to a column in the same elsfwm*^*- *
paper a day earlier bv Max Ler- "-SEWHERE:
ner who asserted that Forrestal's JERUSALEM A step of vital
papers gave a "distorted view of ^PO^nce for the further devel-
a living people who will have to ';Pment of the rapidly growing
bear the hatreds of millions of J**utfl town of TeI Aviv has
bigots which his pages are bound rvLbeen ,taken bv the Colonial
to strengthen." OMice in London by its decision
Lerner charged that Torre.- P,i^P'Ve V" tno^r of the
tal covered his 3JtS ZStoKjTZZ. JUnCt'n fr0m
Flagler-Granada
Lists Program
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center at 50 N.W.
51st Place, is engaged in a var-
, led program of activities despite
recent completion of a new wing
of 6 classrooms. The program is
being geared to a rapidly expand-
ing membership. All age levels
and interests are covered in the
following activities:
1. Nursery School now add-
ing a third teacher and expand-
ing from 31 to 42 children to ac-
commodate a large waiting list.
Pre-school training will be in-
corporated into this program.
Professional staff is provided.
2. After-school Program for
6 to 12 year olds. 3 groups total-
ing 35 youngsters meet twice
weekly under qualified supervis-
1 ion.
3. Teen-age Club 14 years
and over, 15 to 20 members with
an adult advisor.
4. Adult Activities Choral,
Sewing and Drama groups are
already under way with skilled
instruction. Ceramics. Chess,
Fishing and Forum groups are
planned for immediate future.
5. Senior Adult Friendship
Club for members of advanced
years. A cultural and recreation-
al outlet for our senior citizens.
Mr. Sidney Stiller is President
of the Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish
Community Center. Mr. Phil Sel-
(gman. Area Director for the Jew-
ish Centers Association, is direct-
ing the program.
Mrs. Wachtel Succumb |
In San Francisco At 72
Word was received here Wed-
nesday of the passing in Su
Francisco of Mrs. Celia Wachtel
Goldstine at the home of her J
son, Edgar.
Mrs. Goldstine. who was S
years of age. was the founder l
the Palestine Lighthouse for the.j
Blind. Survivors in this area in-
clude Mrs. Lester Toloff. a dar-
ter, and William W. Wachtel
brother of the deceased. Dr Syd-
My Goldstine, another son. t
now resides in New York, is I
former resident of this area.
West Miami Center
The West Miami Jewish Center
will hold a Gaslight Gaieties M
December 1st and 2nd, the pro-
ceeds of which will help in '*
construction of the Center's cla*
room building.
Blake Liddle has been appoint-
ed director of the Gaieties.
Tuesday Book Review
The Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah will premiere its Tues-
day book review at Temple Beth
sjr.olem. Chase Avenue and 41st
Street. November 6th at 1:15 p.m.
The Caine Mutiny, current best
seller by Herman Wouk, will be
discussed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein.
Mrs. Sol Leslie is chairman of
this cultural project which was
begun six years ago. .
+Jmlstilkrkl&i .
Publifhd twry Fr.dJy "CJ* ,
by Th Jcwiih Flondun at
SiKth tr.tt. Miami 18. Flwi- "<
trtd as Mcond-ci*M mtur JwjT
1M. at tha Pot Offict o' "'i1
*la., under ths Act of Mared fc"J
Tha Jewiih Floridian na "3
Iha Jawiah Unity and tha '*
Wtakly. Mambar of the """!:,
Sraphic Aamcy, Seven Art! aw
yndicata. Worldwide New! "
National Editorial AMOCiation, *""
can Association of E"ll,n;*!J;i
Newspapers, Florida P'r *J!?S!ii-
T.,e Jew.sh Floridian ,<>*""
S'Jarante* the Ka.-hruth of W "j
cha n A ma a-lvertNerf ln_ Jt_w25
SUaSOtlPTiON RAT6J:
Ona Vaar.
Two Years

FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2-^
VOLUME 24 .Nif!BEK
HESHVAN 3, 5


jDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1951
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Free Loan Association Meets; Hears Speakers
The Greater Miami Free Loan
Association will hold its opening
meeting of the season at 450 S.W.
16th Avenue, on Monday even-
ing.
Two guest speakers, Mr. Har-
old Shapiro and Commissioaer
Louie Bandel, will be featured,
vice chairman, I. Schwartz, an-
nounced.

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Ition, Club No. 2 is sponsoring
fvv-.'lcome Home Reception for
I Convention delegates.
|A -urprise party and literary
: ine has been arranged for
11 iv evening, November 5th,
ie Sorrento Hotel. The dele-
mits, the Mesdames Malmuth,
Erov, und Shubow, will deliver
Flu!! report on the recent Chi-
|gj Convention.
/ould-Be City
Officials Awards
|f X James O'Brien, candidate
Miami City Commissioner,
I ;; week announced the names
the 25 winners of football
beets to the University of Mi-
fri i Florida "homecoming"
Ime. November 17th. The stud-
t-winers received the awards
I: their essays on "If I Were
fected A Miami City Commis-
Drer." Three additional stud-
who would have been dis-
bilified because of non-resi-
Ince in the city, were awarded
pkets purchased specifically for
em because "of the interest
?v displayed and the sugges-
6ns they submitted." Winners
Iclude:
ICeridwnn Statton, Aada Mer-
Le Roy Rickenbacker, Mi-
ni Jackson High; Marshall Ab-
llom. Shenandoah Jr. High:
Irolynn Norene, Kinloch School;
ernard Rosenblatt, Miami Sen-
High: C. O. Sims. Ill, Coral
ables Sr. High; Pat Markham.
Ivrmrdoah; Pat Hanly, Coral
ables Hieh: Dan Kahn. Univer-
ly of Miami; James H. White,
piversity of Miami; Lloyd Col-
Shenandoah Jr. High; Jerry
by. Miami Jackson High;
larv Jean Mooney. Miami Jack-
n High; Louis Temple, Miami
Ickson High; M. E. Yuhas, Cor-
ps Christie; Sammy Penn, Mi-
Jaekson High; John F. Ze-
lld, Edison High; Jack Mahaf-
Robert E. Lee; Allan Carr,
|iami High: Arnold Savader, M.
High: Charles Sacher, SL
sresa; Mae Hunton, Shenan-
h Jr. High; Eddie Padilla.
?n:.r.doah Jr. High; George Al-
: Jr. Gesu High; Edmund
agnaldi, Gesu High; Frank Cas-
lon, Gesu High; Lloyd Brumby,
su High: Joseph Byrnes, Gesu
Igh.
Ardmnre
Participants in the Simchas Torah Hakofos at Temple Beth
Sholom. (Top row. left to right): Alex Rubin, Emanuel Baskind.
Dr. Norman Russ. and Frank Kamen. (Center row, left to right):
Charlolf. Glyck, Alfred D. Rajna. Harry Greenberg, Benjamin
B. Goldstein, Gilca Goldstein, Geor&'j Cohen. Abraham Zinnamon
and Helene Rosenthal. 'Bottom row. left to right): Mrs. Leon
Kronish, Mrs. Irving Rothman, Mrs. Saul Herman. Mrs. Leon J.
Ell, Mrs. Benjamin Sabin, Mrs. Neal Kan and Mrs. Aaron Farr.
All are representatives of th'j Temple and the Temple affiliates.
/^ExtrnYalue^
Demonstration
Obituaries
MRS. RAK R. OARKINKKI.
44, panxed away laxt October 2ath, at
her home, 12S1 Stillwater Drive. Mi-
ami Heach. She is survived by her
husband, Sidney, by her son. Harmon,
and a daughter. Adrienne. She also
leaves three brothers ami two sisters.
S. rvlces were 2:.tl i>.m., on October
26th. at the Miami Beach Riverside.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating.
Interment was at Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery.
HERMAN RISNAK
78. 1730 Everglades Concourse. Nor-
mandy isle, died on October 2sth in
a Miami Beach hospital. He Is the
last of four brothers who founded the
Chicago firm of Rusnlck Furniture.
Inc.. In 1S92. Three sons survive him,
Leonard. Julian and Myron, also two
sisters, Mrs. Rose Messinger and Mrs.
Sarah Rosenbauin. The Miami Beach
Riverside sent the remains to Chi-
cago for services and interment.
>rber Chapter Dances;
/ards Best Costumes
e Lorber Chapter of the
lational Home for Jewish Child-
fn at Denver is having a Mas-
V rade Dinner Dance, Sunday
1 tag at the Colony Restaur-
Pt. 3500 Coral Way.
IA dance exhibition will con-
e the special entertainment.
will be given for the best
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EVA GLASSMAN 5-2079
MAURICE A. LEVIN
82. of 1411 Collins Avenue, who passed
away at his home last October '-'T.th
He was a Miami Beach resident for
37 years and Is survived by his wife.
Sarah, and his son, Seymour. He also
leaves a brother and two sisters.
Services were at the Miami Beach
Riverside on October 26th. at 11:30
a.m. Rabbi Irving I.ehrman officiated.
Interment was at Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery.
PAUL H. CANTOR
5. of 641 10th Street. Miami Beach,
passed away un October 29th. In the
Veterans Administration Hospital at
Coral (.ables. He Is survived by his
wife, Ruth, and by three daughters.
The Miami Beach Riverside sent the
remains to Brooklyn. New York, for
services and Interment.
JEROME J. KRSOKF
27. of 6510 S.W. 4th Street, who died
on October 30th. An attorney, he la
survived by his wife. Sarah, his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ersoff. a
Anna Rosenberg
May Resign Post
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)A
leading American columnist this
week reported that Jewish Aa-
sistant Defense Secretary Anna
M. Rosenberg may resign her
post at the close of the year.
Columnist Walter Winchell, in
reporting the possible move, dis-
closed that Mrs. Rosenberg is
scheduled to receive the Distin-
guished Service Medal for her
efforts in mustering American
power in the present crisis.
Mrs. Rosenberg is presently in
Korea on an inspection tour. She
formerly visited American forces
in Europe.
brother. Burton, and a sister. Rosalyn,
all of Miami. Services were at the
Oordon Funeral Home and burial at
Mt. Slnal.
NATHAN TESLER
93. of 1304 Euclid Avenue. Miami
Beach, died on October 30th. He Is
survived by a daughter. Rebecca, and
a son. The Beach Memorial Chapel.
IS.'iO Alton Road, have sent the re-
mains to New York City for services
and burial.
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PAGE 7 A
Personally Speaking
A son, Jerome Martin, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Lxler of 325 S.W. 62nd Court, last October 15th. at Mt. Sinai
ispital. His maternal grandmother is Mrs. Bettie J. Martin,
132 S.W. 3rd Avenue.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Star. 955 Stillwater Drive, have
for Chicago and Boston where they will spend six weeks.
* -* *
Mrs. Herbert Blumental and son, Harvey, spent the Holy
vs with their parents and qrandparents, Rabbi and Mrs.
ion April, 451 S.W. 30th Road. During their stay, the Rabbi
his wiie's 25th weddinq anniversary was celebrated.
* *
Returned from a two-week stay in New York is Mr. Max
Iver.
* *
Anyuta Melicov and her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Melicov,
Lvp returned from a three-month northern vacation during
uich they attended the world premiere of David Tamkin's
a based on the Dybbuk.
* +
Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, 1771 S.W. 4th Street, past president
the Pioneer Women, Golda Myerson Group, has returned
kg a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Jmuel Sorin of New York. Mr. Sorin ring the west coast. A daughter, Kathryn Lynne, was born to
and Mrs. Sorin recently.
* *
Mrs. Celia Greenberg has completed preparations for the
Iming season at her guest house which is located at 1334
Iclid Avenue.
* + *
Nat and Faire Robbins, 1025 N.E. 82nd Street, announce
birth of their twin boys. William Gene and David Robert,
bt October 22nd, at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Phyllis Hyman To
Wed Marwin Cassel
The engagement o f their!
daughter, Phyllis, to Marwin \
Shepard Cassel. has been an-
nounced recently by the Charles
H. Hymans of New York City.
Miss Hyman attended the Mi-
ami Beach High School, Brook-
lyn Academy, Russell Sage Col-
Amicus Girl's Club
On Sunday, October 28th, the
Amicus Girl's Club held its final
Rush Tea at the home of Barbara
Falk, 4554 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Beach.
Besides Miss Falk, the hostess-
es were Sandra Barson, Joan
Wexelman, Kathy Klein, Bar-
bara Hutkin, and Marlene Bert-
man. Assisting the hostesses
Were Eleanor Krutel, Susan Feld-
stein, Elaine Glazer, and Sue
Hertz.
The party was given for the
following girls who are pledging
the club: Terry Landy. Rhoda
Berman. Janice Klein. Carol Lev-
enson, Edyne Laurie. Lorrainf
Saffa, and Iris Thorpe.
Tooley Myron.
Stephen J. Lazarus
\vphon Lazarus
ilar Mitzvah
I I Mrs. Frank M. Lazarus.
S W, 15th Street, announce
Mitzvah of their son.
>hen Jack, which will take
row morning at the
vid Synagogue.
Mitzvah studied He-
I th Mr. Gadon at Beth
1 the past six years and
PI lent, also a student of
S nandoah School.
ption will follow the
in the Synagogue. The
Mitzvah's grandparents, Mr.
Mrs. Simon, of Norfolk, Vir-
I, and Mrs. Ida Lazarus, of
Ule, will be among those
lege for Women and New York
i University. Mr. Cassel, an at-
Itorney. was graduated from Mi-
i ami Beach High School and the
[University of Florida, where he
was a member of Florida Blue
Key, honorary leadership fra-
ternity. Phi Lambda Phi and
Cavaliers.
He is a member of the Elks
Club, the Miami Junior Chamber
of Commerce, the American Leg-
ion and the University of Florida
Alumni Association of which he
is vice president. His parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cassel. 410
North East 17th Street, Miami.
Mrs. Cassel is the composer,
Mana-Zucca.
Miss Rita Speisman
Speisman, Rosenberg
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Speis-
man, 4440 Nortb^West 1st Aven-
ue,'announce the engagement of
their daughter, Rita, to Mr. Sy
Rosenberg.
The bride-elect is a student at
the University of Miami where
she is vice president of Sigma
Lambda Phi. woman's honorary
service organization. She is also
a member of the Future Teachers
of America.
Mr. Rosenberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Moe Rosenberg, Brooklyn,
New York, will graduate from
the University of Miami in Feb-
ruary. He is a member of Alpha
Phi Omega and of the Propellor
Club.
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The Bar Mitzvah of Michael
Bregman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Bregman. 6868 Harding
Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place on Saturday morn-
ing, November 3rd, at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing. Following the services, a
reception will be held for
friends and family in the Cen-
ter Dining Room. On Sunday
evening, November 4th, a Din-
ner will conclude the Bar Mits-
vah's celebration.
nai il'rith To
\old Joint Party
The tirst joint affair of the
the B'nai B'rith Youth
ncil will take place tomor-
evening at the Miami Beach
and WHA. it was announced
-icnard Schwartz, president.
> < vent, a basketball game
e, Will feature two out-
ding B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
zation chapters, Sigma Rho.
rii and the BBYO of Holly-
smpriscd of seventeen youth
>ps in Greater Miami with" a
membership of approxi-
|elv 400 persons, the B'nai
i Youth Organization is the
Pr order of B'nai B'rith. A
srarn of games and dancing
tollow the game with enter-
*nt to be offered by the
jwood group. Paul Diamond
master of ceremonies.
Ida Zaharsky Hosts
Myerson Reading Group
The Golda Myerson Reading
I and Study Group met on the first
I Saturday after Sukkoth to re-
sume its work with ancient and
contemporary Jewish history.
Mrs. Ida Zaharsky. 1027 South
West 4th Street, was hostess at
her home. A brief synopsis of the
weekly portion, Brashit. was pre-
sented by Mrs. Ruth Ulis, cultur-
al chairman of the group, who
' subsequently spoke on the im-
portance of maintaining the Oneg
Shabbat spirit in modern times.
The Reading Group will meet
again at Mrs. Zaharsky's home
tomorrow.
Kadimah Pioneer Group
Kadimah Chapter. Pioneer
Women, is opening its drive for
'new members with a reception
'to be held at the Royal Palm
! Hotel. Thursday, November 8th,
at 8 p.m.
Dr. Alfred Waxman of the West
Miami Congregation will be the
principal speaker. A member-
ship skit, written and directed
' by Mrs. Harold Shapiro, will al-
i so be enacted by members.
Mrs. Leo Goldman, member-
ship chairman, will be assisted
by Mrs. Max Coulton. co-chair-
man, Mrs. Maurice Coulton. in
charge of refreshments. Mrs. Dav-
id Meltzer. Mrs. Sam Seitlin,
Mrs. Albert Shkoler. Mrs. Jacob
\Eskin, Mrs. Maurice Willin. Mrs.
Wm. Berson and Mrs. Caryl
Stern.
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ewish Education Bureau Acquires
Id Beth David Deed In Ceremony
A Deed-SigningCeremony%giv-
g the Bureau of ^*^Jw*u5J;
fn of Greater Miami title to the
ri Beth David Talmud Torah,
E fjW 3rd Avenue, will be
eH next Sunday, November 4th,
3 p.m.
JThc new home of the Bureau
till house three local agencies:
Bureau, the local chapter of
. Council for Jewish Women
nd the Jewish Vocational Serv-
The building was purchased
' the Bureau through the co-
nation of the Beth David Con-
legation and the Greater Miami
?wish Federation,
i The short program at the Deed-
fceninc ceremony will consist of
reetings by Rabbi Max Sha-
ro a presentation of the deed -
Harrv Simonhoff, chairman
the Bureau Building Commit-
an address by Rabbi Irving
hrman, and a benediction by
[abbi Simon April. Signing of
document will be made by
ax Meisel, president, and Israel
fcapoif. secretary of the Bureau.
ments arc then scheduled
be served by a hostess com-
Ultee consisting of Mrs. Joseph
for to v chairman, and Mesdames
>nard Beldner, Max Dobrin,
ax Meisel, Benjamin Meyers,
l Ratner, Sam Simonhoff,
[ill in Sirkin and Morris Skop.
The arrangements are in the
ands <>f the Bureau Building
I ittee composed of Messrs.
| (iff. Meisel, Shapoff and
in Meyers, Seymour Leib-
an. Joseph Duntov, Louis Hei-
Mrs. Ratner, and Louis
fchwartzman, txecutive director
the Bureau.
Mr. Meisel has also announced
Sat the Bureau's Adult Insti-
jte will open its 1951-1952 seas-
wilh registration beginning
in Monday, November 12th.
Courses will be offered in Ele-
htntary Modern Hebrew; Inter-
mediate Hebrew; Advanced He-
ir; Prayer-Book Hebrew; El-
nentarv Yiddish, Yiddish Liter-
ture; Great Jewish Books, a
urvey of outstanding Jewish lit-
rature from 800 A.D. to 1951;
ast European Jewry, the history
! Jewish life in Russia and Pol-
rid; the Prophets; and Jewish
file, a study of the Jew as
Uiiltt Wodika To
[id tt-nai H'rttfe
Sunday, from 10:30 a.m., to
p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel, Mrs.
Jaila F. Wodika, Field Represen-
ativo, Women's Supreme Coun-
wil] conduct a workshop for
benefit of all B'nai B'rith
n of South Florida who will
given the opportunity to dis-
miss with her various B'nai B'rith
ijects and procedures for hand-
ing them.
Mis Wodika is a graduate
Hajor in Psychology of North-
rn University and a grad-
lat of George Washington Uni-
versity. She was Acting Director
t i Jewish Vocational Service
Chicago, Community Relations
' : tant of the Jewish Charities
t Chicago and Administrative
tant in the Office of the
etary of War. Mrs, Wodika
eived the Presidential Com-
' Delation for participation in the
' blishmant of the Military
>ovi rnment of Germany.
he appears in classic English and
American literature from Shakes-
peare to Lewisohn.
The faculty ot the Institute will
include Mrs. Ruth Uliss, Fred
Barad, Joseph Hurwitz, John Ap-
ihijlew^
MIAMI, FLORIDA.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1951
SEC. B
Truman Stands
Firm On CAoice
WASHINGTON (AJP) Pres-
Beach Sisterhood
Welcomes Members
A Membership Tea sponsored
ident Truman this week stood bv the Miami Beach Jewish Cen"
firm on his refusal to withdraw
the nomination of former FCC
Commissioner Frieda Hennock as
| Federal Judge in New York.
Congressional confirmation of
Miss Hennock would make her
the first Jewish woman Federal
Judge in the history of the Unit-
ed States. Bar associations in the
New York area opposed the ap-
ppointment.
Testifying in favor of Miss
Hennock's appointment as jurist
before a Senate committee this
week was U.S. Attorney-General
J. Howard McGrath.
ter Sisterhood will be held on
Monday afternoon, November
5th, from 2 to 4 p.m., Mrs. Jack
J. Falk, president, announced.
Mrs. George Goldberg, Mem-
bership chairman, listed the fol-
lowing new members who joined
Kaplan Named
Ahavas Israel's '
>>*v President
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of the Ahavas Israel Syna-
gogue, announces that the Mr.
Harry Kaplan, communal leader
of Chicago, Illinois, who ha3
made his residence and business
in the North Shore area, was
named president of the syna-
the Sisterhood of the Miami | gogue last Saturday night.
German Anti-Semites
Blame American Jews
Harry Simonhoff
pel, Herbert Berger, Louis
Schwartzman, Milton Kurman;
and Rabbis Alfred Waxman,
Simon April, Alexander Gross,
Morris Skop, Joseph Rakovsky,
Mayer Abramowitz, Joseph Nar-
ot, and Max Shapiro.
NEW YORK (WNS) With
few Jews in Germany, the anti-
Semites of that country, "instead
Ol inveighing against the Eastern
Jews as they once did." are now
blaming American Jews lor their gram
postwar ills, Jack Raymond, New
York Times correspondent in
Beach Jewish Center at its first
Membership Tea: Mesdames
Gussie Abeloff, Sylvia Augel, i
Dora Bialolenki, B. Black, Ira i
Blumberg. Cele Chazen, Gussie
Chesner, Henry Chill, George J. '
Collier, David Drucker, Jeanne J
Feldman, Max Fishstein, Eliza-
beth Fishbein. Esther Friedel.
Harry Gersten, Misses Esther and
Lillian Goodman, Mesdames Syd-
ney J. Greenberg, Rose L. Green-
berger. Max Glickstein, Regina
Habid, J. Halpern, Goldye Horn-
tr. Nathaniel J. Klein, Sigmund
Klein, Frieda Koch, SimoTr
Kriegel, Mary Levine, Jennie
Light, Esther Mandel. Shirlee
Mandel. Golda Marks, Meyer Mil-
Ruth Mook. Julia Morris,
Anna Norris, Frances Paeto, Her-
man Phillips, Harry Protzel,
Others named to office were:
Mr, Harry Goldberger, vice-
president; Mr. Harry Tessler,
recording secretary; Mr. George
Felder, treasurer; and Mr. Ger-
ald Katz, director of activities
and chairman of the executive
board.
Members of the Ways and
Means Committee are; Mr. Sam
Greer, chairman: Mr. Ivan Al-
port: Mr. Max Bernstein: Mr.
Abe Burman; Mr. Israel Finkei-
stein: Mr. Morris Goldberg: Mr.
Sol Goldman; Mr. Jack Kessler,
Mr. S. Kopkind; Mr. Ben Liber-
man; Mr. Morris Nasatir: Mr.
Benjamin Orlow, Mr. Leo Reir-
stein: Mr. Frank Rubin; Mr. Sig-
mund Rostler; Mr. Samuel Ry-
nowecer: and Mr. Philip Stier.
Installation of oi^icers with
and classes will begin at 8 p.m.,
continuing thereafter for eleven
weeks on Mondays and Wednes-
days.
Dov Mizrachi Women
Dov Chapter Misrachi Women
will hold a regular meeting on
Wednesday, November 7th, 1
p.m., at the Beth El Center.
A report will be given on the
recent Trip To Israel Card Party.
A discussion on questions to be
asked at the annual Convention
of Misrachi Women will then fol-
low.
Muriel Rose, Rose Schatzrr.an, an eiaoorate program of speak-
Germany. reported this week. Leila Sn.pilo, Hilda Stone. Libye ers ard singerS will take place
Chancellor Adenauer's offer to I Strauss, Max Terachin, Celia Ut- during Chanukah week,
make restitution to Jews, Ray-j rick. Esther Maxman and Sybil | j, was reported that the blue
mond disclosed, has revived dis- Weitz. | prints of the new synagogue are
ussion of anti-Semitism in Ger-------------------------------I being formulated, and the vig-
He further disclosed that Wise HadaSSah Hears orous campaign for $150 000 for
'th* new synagogue will start
radio.
, ard personal contacts by com-
The Stephen S. Wise group of mitteeS
c
many
?^SS? "hSS'tn.^ !Review On Disraeli Book'**
Registration will be held at the d Jews are engaged in black
Beth Davi I Congregation, ^rketJng> fafsee restitution
claims and in securing special
favors from the occupying pow-
ers.
Zamora Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Zamora Jew-
ish Center announces a Member-
Bring-A-Member luncheon to be
held in its new building at 44
Zamora Avenue, on Thursday,
November 8th, at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Harry Friedson, member-
ship chairman, will present as
the highlight of the afternoon.
The Sisterhood Gaities.
Hadassah will hold its first gen-
eral meeting at the North Shore
Jewish Center on Monday at 1
p.m. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais, re-
elected president for a second
term, will officiate.
The highlight of the afternoon
will be a book review of Dizzy,
a new biography of Disraeli, by
Hesketh Pearson. The review will
be given by Mrs. Dorothy Krieg-
er Fink, Civic leader and Hadas-
sah member. Reports on the 37th
Hadassah Convention held in At-
lantic City are also scheduled to
be discussed by Mrs. Louis Gold
and Mrs. David Frankel.
Women Hear Rabbi Skop
Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will hold its next
regular meeting on Wednesday,
November 7th, 8 p.m., at the
home of Miss Edith Gonska, 2940
S.W. 22nd Terrace, Miami.
Guest sDeaker for the evening
will be Rabbi Morris A. Skop
who will address the group on
The Significance Of The Sym-
bols Of Ceremonies. A discussion,
period will follow.
Miss Pearl Kaplan, president,
is in charge of the program.
[Young Adult League
A Dance of the Miami Young
I Adult League will be held on the
Ipatio of the Jewish Community
ICerter. 450 Southwest 16th Av-
enue, Saturday night, at 8:30 p.m.
Monday night will be the next
genera] meeting of the League.
Dancing will follow a feature
film.
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PAGE 3 B
okyo Celebrates
ligh Holy Days
ft letter received by Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Shulman, 1060
; \V. 36th Court, from their |
laughter, Major Florence Shul- j
j.-, describes in detail the rec-
High Holy Days Tokyo Jews |
t ibrated.
Major, who. spent twO|
| rs with occupation troops in
,nv and who has more rec-
lv been transferred to a Yoka-
n ilitary base, writes that
jll ough ihe Japanese capital's
Je.'. ish population includes a
e 100 families, 'they made
s holiday one that every Jew
|n the Armed Forces will never
forget" A 25-year-old orthodox
~bi read his prayers "as though
-. were being spoken instead
ol mumbled, and the people in
|T ikyo are considering offering
him the pulpit after his tour of
juty is over." Tea and cake,
Major Shulman writes, were
Served after. Jews from China,
India and Egypt, as well as many
an official government business
from New York, rounded out the
Essentially G.I. services.
Most of Japan's Jews, her let-
ter continues, are British sub-
jects, and their children attend
Jntish preparatory schools. The
Szra and Hanna Cohen family,
khich dates back to the Spanish
|In>urrection, lived in India for
uencrations before coming to
Japa-ese islands. "I was
>azed to learn", Major Shulman
writes to her parents, "that Cal-
Lutu has more than 1.000 Jew-
|i ; .milics, all of Sefardic roots."
The Yom Kippur Fast, Major
IShulman was forced to start in
JYikahama where she found a
[coldness in the service that was
disappointing. Subsequently, she
Ireturr.ed to Tokyo where "Prac-
tically every GI and sailor pres-
[en; was given the opportunity to
(conduct a portion of the service,
lor handle the Torah. Many boys
Iwho had never observed the holi-
Idays at home, found themselves
carried along and enjoying the
solemnity and sincerity of the
foci ision. There were at least 500
[people present; the fast was brok-
[er. at 6:30 p.m., with gefulte fish,
Iborscht, meats, cakes and wine
lall served by Tokyo's permanent
Jewish population. None would
accept thanks, and everyone
ed proud to call their guests
|fellow-Jews."
Israeli dances and music ended
[Tokyo's Yom Kippur.
Major Shubnan has served with
!' Army for ten years. She is
duate of Cortlandt Univer-
Shapiro .loins
Beach Realtors
Ben Zion Ginsburg. Realtor, 420
Lincoln Road, announces that
David Shapiro is now associated
with his organization.
Formerly of Madison, Wiscon-
sin, Shapiro has moved to Miami
Beach and will serve his numcr-
Strassburg Chosen
Music Director For
Miami Beach Center
Jacobson's Paintings
On Exhibition Today
David Shapiro
ous friends and clients in making
their investments in this area.
For the past five years, he has
been state chairman of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal covering the
entire state of Wisconsin and the
upper pennisula of Michigan.
Among other activities that
Shapiro has been associated with
during the last decades have
been: president of the mid-west
Zionist Region: executive direc-
tor of the American Jewish Con-
gress of Chicago; and lecturer
before Kiwanis, Rotarians, Lions,
University groups and churches.
Mr. Shapiro is an ordained
Rabbi and a member of the New
York State Bar. He resides at
3325 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
with his wife, the former Leila
Sinaiko, and their two children,
Judy and Herman.
Samuel Friedland, president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
announces the appointment of
Mr. Robert Strassburg to the post
of Music Director of the Center.
Prior to Strassburg's coming
to Miami last year as Music Con-
sultant for the Jewish Centers,
Association, he was on the music-
faculty of Brooklyn College for
three years and spent his sum-
mers as Director for the Brandeis
Camp Institute at Hendersonville,
North Carolina.
Among his compositions on
Jewish subjects are a special Tor-
ah Service, the Lmek Ballet and
the background music
play, Hannah Stnesch.
of his secular compositions have
been performed by the NBC
Symphony as well as at Carnegie
and Town Halls. He has also
conducted at the New York City
Center.
Mr. Strassburg holds an MA
degree from Harvard University
and studied composition with
Igor Stravinsky and Walter Pis-
ton under a Harvard fellowship.
Upon his arrival in Miami, Mr.
Strassburg organized and now
leads the Cantor's Choir, which
is composed of the Cantors of the
Greater Miami area. He also con-
ducted the Beth David Choir dur-
ing the recent High Holidays.
A guided tour through an ex-
hibition of non-objective paint-
ings will be held by the artist,
Charles R. Jacobson, 3411 Day
Avenue, Coconut Grove, for stud-
ents from all the high schools of e
Greater Miami, starting today.
Mr. Jacobson's work is hung
at the Northeast Miami Woman's
Club, 454 N.E. 58th Street. Stud-
ents viewing his work will be
explained the significance of his
various paintings.
The event has been arranged
by Mrs. John H. Holston, art
chairman for the club. The show
will be open to the public each
for the I day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on
Several j Friday and Saturday evenings,
from 7 to 9.
Emma Lazarus Chapter
The Emma Lazarus Chapter of
B'r.ai B'rith is sponsoring a card
party at the Nautilus Hotel on
November 5th, 8:30 p.m.
Proceeds of the affair will go
to Greater Miami charities, Miss
May Meyers, chairman, ar.nounc-
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requiring such services. Will
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Miami 18.
Israelite Center PTA
The PTA of the Israelite Cen-
ter, 3198 S.W. 24th Terrace, will
hold a free Games Party Social
on Monday, November 12th, Mrs.
David Goldberg, president, has
announced.
Good Will Group Meets
The Good Will Group of Great-
er Miami will hold a Board Meet-
ing on November 8th, 1 p.m., at
the Beth El Auditorium, 500 S.W.
17th Avenue.
Mrs. Etha Beck is scheduled to
preside.____________^^=
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was held at the home of Mrs.
Etha Beck. 2331 S.W. 19th Street,
last Monday evening.
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The Beth David PTA will hold
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N ivetnbex 5th at the Beth David
[ Sj nagogue.
There will be a reception Hon-
oring the Seventh Birthday of
t group and its past presidents.
In addition. Jewish Book Month
I will be honored.
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WHAT candidate has" represented our City in the courts
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WHAT candidate is famous throughout the world for
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WHAT Candidas is a successful BUSINESSMAN?
WHAT candidate is a prominent LAWYER?
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PAGE 5 B
IZFA Chairman Views Zionist Function;
Insists On Relation To Israel Welfare
The recent attack by the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee on the
Zionist request for legal status
from the Government of Israel
threatens the fundamental prem-
jce that it is the agency primar-
ily concerned with strengthening
the ties between the American
Jewish Community and the peo-
ple of Israel, it was declared
here this week.
The charge was made by Z'ev
Kronish, national public relations
i-hairman of the Intercollegiate
Zionist Federation of America,
who addressed the University of
Miami chapter of IZFA on Sun-
day night.
Pointing out that the essence of
Zionism, from the American
p< :nt of view, is not merely all-
out aid to the struggling State
(,f Israel. Kronish stressed that
Zionism seeks primarily to relate
the American Jewish community
to developments in Israel and to
increase the unity of the entire
Jewish people.
The recent pronouncement by
the American Jewish Committee
challenges the core of Ameri-
can Zionism) he stated, because it
i pposes the Zionist role as liaison
betv (in American Jewry and Is-
rai I. He noted that the Zionist re-
, nest fr status is merely a re-
quest lor a legal arrangement in
place of the de facto situation
which has existed since 1948.
When the State of Israel came
inti being." the IZFA official
.',. "the Jewish Agency, the
executive arm of the Zionist
movement! naturally relinquished
.. of its responsibilities, and
rrany of the Zionist leaders be-
came Government ministers,
among them David Ben-Gurion.
Eliezer Kaplan, Golda Myerson
and Moshe Sharett.
"But the task of ingathering
and absorption of the refugees
remained in Zionist hands so that
t:-.( Jewish people in the diaspora
iruld share the Jewish State's
1 urden. Active participation by
American and other non-Israeli
Zionists in Israel's ingathering
program is indicative of the part-
nership that is to evolve between
Israel and world Jewry if the
unity of the Jewish people the
world over is to be fostered."
Observing that in the American
Jewish community there are
n any specialist organizations on
loth the local and national levels.
Kronish cited the existence in
tl i.- community of the Bureau of
J< wish Education, the Federa-
tion, the Anti-Defamation League
f Bnai B'rith the American
Jewish Congress and the Syna-
gogue Council as evidence that
Jewish life completely depends
on organizational activity. "Each
organization fulfills a function,
though admittedly there is al-
ways some overlapping. The
Zionist movement also has a de-
finite function in the scheme of
American Jewish living." He
added:
Israeli government recognition
of the Jewish Agency as the in-
strument for strengthening the
ties between the American Jew-
ish and Israeli communities is no
different than the recognition
granted the Bureau of Jewish
Education by Miami Jewry in
matters pertaining to Jewish edu-
cation. That the Zionist move-
ment is primarily concerned with
orienting the Jewish community
toward Israel no one can deny."
WoinoiTs Loague
Holds Workshop
A day-time training course in
Leadership will be sponsored by
the Southeast Branch of Nation-
al Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America, on Mon-
day and Tuesday. December 3rd
and 4th, at the Zamora Jewish
Center, 44 Zamora Avenue, Coral
Gables. The Monday evening dis-
cussion is scheduled for the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, 1701
Washington Avenue.
The announcement was made
today by Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff,
president of the Southeast
Branch, who also reported on the
two preceding courses in Bir-
mingham. Jacksonville and other
Branch localities, all conducted
by the National Chairman of
Membership, Mrs. Edward Rubin-
off, Vineland, New Jersey.
The course includes workshop
sessions which will give partici-
pants the chance for personal
gain in poise and confidence to
develop leadership potentials.
The course's curriculum in-
cludes:
1. Lead with your head, not
your chin.
A. Leadership Analysis.
B. Speaking your mind.
2. Gavel Gleanings.
A. Meeting Procedures.
B. Programming.
3. Modern Design.
A. Organizational Tech-
niques.
4. To Have And To Hold.
A. Membership.
B. Youth.
The local Affiliates of National
Women's League are the Sister-
hoods of Beth David, Miami; Za-
mora Jewish Center, Coral Gab-
les; North Shore Jewish Center,
Miami; Beach Jewish Center, Mi-
ami Beach.
tied MmUt tttn'us
fiamblvr lltivliinti
Three thousand John Red Lake
volunteer and unpaid workers
are canvassing the city this week.
The Lake campaign got under
way on Monday following the
Booster Breakfast Sunday morn-
ing in the Miamian restaurant.
Lake has been hammering vig-
orously all week for slum clear-
ance and a free hand for an able
city manager, his supporters re-
port. He appeared at 22 meet-
ings and rallies recently.
Lake's friends expressed jubil-
ation over the ease with which he
erased the first smear hurled a-
gainst him last week, a charge
of gambler backing made at the
Citizen's Action Committee by
Rex Cox. a temporary city em-
: ploye.
Said the candidate: "I have not
'. received, do not want, and will
! not accept support from gam-
blers."
Tropical Lodge Meeting Revenue Man Talks
A Good And Welfare program
will be the agenda of the B'nai
B'rith Tropical Lodge next Tues-
day evening. November 6th, to
be held in the Jewish Federation
Conference Room, 420 Lincoln
Road.
Howard Levine, Good And
Welfare chairman, and Lewis
Sternshein, president, will serve
as hosts.
Michael M. Isenbcrg, luncheon
chairman of Sholem Lodge. B'nai
'B'rith, has invited Joe J. Brown,
chief of Internal Revenue, Unit
No. 1, to speak at the weekly
iSholom Lodge Luncheon today.
Luncheons arc held each Fri-
Iday noon at the Seven Seas Res-
taurant, 101 S.E. 2nd Avenue, and
.are open to all local and visiting
members of B'nai B'rith.
Adult Social Group
The Adult Social Group of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 450 S.W. 16th Avenue, will
I conduct an Anniversary Dance
I and Social on Saturday evening,
! November 10th. The event will
commemorate the first year of
! the club's evistence.
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Jewish Vomgr^mt
Sees Stake in f.\:
I ONDON (JTA>Toe "deep
Israel celebrates apprehension'' of
the World Jewish Congress over
dansn of ., third World War was
< voi-vssed In a proclamation is-
sued by the congress here this
wank in connection with United
Nations Day The congress, at
the same time, called on .;'.! its
. Ciliated c:v.;v-s :,- observe Unit
io Nations Daj
T'-.t World Jewish Congress,
"In the nan ; .: th .'< ish peo-
ple whit was the first nd most
grievous victur the last World
War, calls upon !"'" freai powers
. nd ot er nati ins to make ;;:-.>:
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Haifetz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the last Rose
I Haifetz. formerly of 820 7th
, Street, Miami Beach, will take
, plaoe Sunday. November 4th at
2 p.m. at Mt Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Can-
tor Jacob Tair.bor officiating.
Mrs Haifetz is survived by two
sons. Jack and Morris, and a
daughter. Mrs. Mary Mersky. of
Miami. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rel-
atives are asked to attend.
Stmul Gertner. executive director of Mount Sinai Hospital,
shown accepting the gift of a Croup Tent for the Hospital s Pedi-
tric Section, from Mrs. Paul P'.otkin. president of the Physician s
Wires Club, and Mrs. Julian A Ricklcs. treasurer. The gift is
among the first lo be trade by the organization whose members
are all wires of physicians in the Greattr Miami area. Reac.ng
from left to right: Dt. Gabino Cueras. resident physician at
Mount Sinai- Mr. Gertner: Mis. Plotkin: ard Mrs. Rickles.________
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Sfy^QVEMBEB 2. 1951
* Unit!ynuridian
[bbi Amram Prero
Address Local
foist Youth Group
ibbi Amram Prero, National
ktor American Zionist Youth
Emission, will be in Miami on
fember 2nd through 4th, as a
ft of the Greater Miami Zion-
PAQE 7 B
BElpi 1
,
Singer Repeats
Platform Pledge
Reaffirming his recenly stated
position. Max M. Singer, candi-
date for School Trustee once
more remarked, "I shall dedicate
I my efforts to the improvement of
schools in our community."
Singer, who resides with his
wife and two children in Miami's
South West section, added, "I
pledge myself to help provide the
best possible school environment,
plant, personnel and program for
all children in our County."
The candidate's supporters
state that their promises will be
backed by action when voters
show their confidence in Singer.
Famed Singer
Marian Anderson %/iU appear
as solist at the Dade County
Auditorium on January 23, 1952.
Tickets for the concert axe now
on sale at the Auditorium Box
Office, 4-9230, or at 1210 N.W.
3rd Avenue, Phone 2-1205
J. Freedman
EEREW BOOK STORE
417 Weihincrton At*
Miami Beach
een Fourth and Fifth Stc
>rew Religious SuppHee
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Also for Habraw School*.
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ENRIETTA SCHNITZER
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'-STAS OF ISRAEL"
.Every Friday
Mai Englander
Commentator
Rabbi Cassel Talks
To University Group
Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel. spir-
(itual leader of Kneseth Israel
: Synagogue, Miami Beach, lec-
jturcd before the Psychology Club
,of the University of Miami last
Wednesday evening. His topic
was: Psychotheray Yesterday
And Today.
Rabbi Cassel has been a prac-
ticing psychologist and guidance
counsellor for many years. Rec-
ently, he has been making a
study of the Bible as a source
of psychological dogmas accept-
ed by modern psychology today.
Jewish Home Auxiliary
The Miami Ladies' Auxiliary,
Jewish Home For The Aged, will
| hold its Board meeting on Tues-
day morning, November 6th. at
i the home of Mrs. Gerson August,
j 1375 S.W. 6th Street.
Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer will
preside.
Bar Mitzvah Group
Resumes Breakfasts
The traditional Bar Mitzvah
Breakfast Services sponsored by
Congregation Beth El will resume
on Sunday morning, November
4th, at 9 a.m.
Boys will assemble in the Dora
August Memorial Hall of the
Center where services will be
conducted, after which breakfast
will be served. The program, fol-
lowing the breakfast, includes a
guest speaker who will address
the group on a topic of interest
to teen-agers. Israeli songs and
dances will follow the address.
Arthur Meyers, Leonard Roth-
bart and Harold Klapper, Bar
Mitzvah boys, have been appoint-
ed to plan the breakfasts.
North Shore Center
Assisting in the construction
of temporary classroom partitions
recently were members of the
>'orth Shore Jewish Center Men':
Club who turned out on Satur
day evening to help prepare the
School for Sunday sessions.
I
BUDAPEST Hungary's cap-
ital seethed with excitement
when church bells proclaimed
the victory of the anti-Semitic
organization. Race Purifiers, in
the municipal elections.

Rabbi Amram Prero
lyouth Commission, S. A.
Iman chairman of the local
Bi Commission, has announc-
Ddman also announced that
i.nthly meeting of the Zion-
auth Commission will take
tomorrow evening at his
8140 Hawthorn Avenue,
ni Beach. Rabbi Prero will
to the Commission at this
bbi Prero was born in Jeru-
and came to America as a I
He was associated with j
, nai B'rith Hillel Founda- j
I for five years. He served |
las Director at the University i
\ There he was elected
pf the University In-
l> ;< Council and repre-
ie University in the !
istern War Training Pro-
Pi ero also served as vis-
Jewish Chaplain to the j
State Prison.
1943 Prero was appointed j
|nal Director. American
st Yi uth Commissionjoint
rig agency of Hadas-
\rd the Zionist Organization ;
::
(ring his three day stay in '
p:. Prero will be guest speak- |
Masada Oneg Shabbat.
Jill also meet with the Young
fa committee of the Youth
on and with the other
)ups sponsored by the
ni.sbiun. Junior Hadassah
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Rabbi Flays Israel For
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AZA Chapter No. 322. the Jun-
ior Order ol B'nai B'nth will con-
duct services at the Beth David
Congregation On Friday evening.
November 9th
Under the direction of Henry
athan Adehnan and
Martin Stem, who are the advis-
t for N 322. are all members
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'nth
Sholom Lodge, the oldest B'nai
lodge m Miami, is the
ring lodge for the junior
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Max M. Singei
Fir Srmm+i Trustee
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 6:h
Because he is capableenerge::c-?rogr
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)AY. NOVEMBER 2. 1951"
lh Sholom Sisters
fid Shower To Fill
jths For Bazaar
[Bazaar-Tea-Shower for the
. filling the dress, tin-
| hostelry, blouse, jewelry
Togmetic booths for the Ba-
[ Sisterhood of Temple
1 Sholom will be held on
I November 7th, 1:30
in the Temple's banquet
, Aaron Farr, chairman of
Eazaai which will be held on
in!., 9th, 10th and 11th, an-
,.,... t i following hostesses
he function: Mrs. Ben Wolf,
[ Ben Lewis, Mrs. Samuel
Ler, Mrs. Eddie Felton, Mrs.
K thai, Mrs. Joseph Fe-
Mi- Milton Kiaus. Mrs.
Heiron, Mrs. Judd Break-
Mi rheHore Reisler and
[Jack Rosenthal.
+ tf**l National Council of Jewish Women To
Present A Community Service Institute
Committee 01 tne Miami Section no"sing. orientating them in the
of the National Council of Jew- WJ,ys of the community, register-
lsh Women, announces that plans ln? children at school and pro-
are being made for a Community Vldlnfi transportation for medical
Service Institute to be held on ca,re for the aged and children
November 6th. from 10 a.m., to 4 whose parents work. Three Eng-
pm.. at the Jewish Federation llsh classes, each meeting twice
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David Dance
IVcn Age Dance will be held
Ith David Synagogue on No-
|er 15th. from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
7th and 8th graders of
I David are invited to bring
|ar.d '-iris from other schools
e grades.
Office, 420 Lincoln Road. The In-
stitute is under the co-sponsor-
ship of the Jewish Social Service
; Bureau and Council, and is being
i conducted to acquaint Council
members with the services of the
New Neighbor Committee.
The main speaker t the Insti-
tute will be Miss Clara Fried-
nan, nationally krown com-
munity consultant, who is affili-
ated with the United Service for
New Americans. Miss Friedman
will bring reports of community
service activities in other cities
and offer suggestions to the Mi-
ami Sectivn.
The New Neighbor Committee
is enlarging its program to in-
clude services to local residents
as well as to New Americans. Its
a week, are also conducted undei
the auspices of'the New Neigh-
bor Committee.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, mean-
while, has been representing the
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women at their
live day annual board meeting
of the National organization, in
the organization's new office at
West 47th Street, Few York City.
Mrs. Myers is a National Board
member as well as Program
chairman for the Miami Section.
Mrs. Nat L. Williams and Mrs
Juliet N. Oshlang will represent
the Miami Section at the South-
ern Interstate Conference of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en in Little Rock, Arkansas, No-
vember 5th through 9th. Mrs.
Williams is first vice president
of the Conference, and Mrs. Osh-
lag is a member of the Ways and
! Means Committee. Mrs. bshlag
j is president of the Miami Section.
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Rabbi April Address
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, will be
guest speaker a t the second
meeting of the Jewish Orthdox
Youth on Thursday evening No-
vember 1st, at 8:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held at
the home of Miss Ruth Saal, 1500
S.W. 12th Avenue.
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The Royal Palm AZA Boy's Club, Miami Beach, installed a
J-Degree leani into the ranks of B'nai B'rith at a recent meet-
condjeted by their sponsor. Tropical Lodge, in the Jewish
^ration Conference Room. Shown lighting the Menorah at the
nony are 'left to right): Bob Muier. vice president; Don
(lensiein. past presidjnt; and Jerald Gross, president.
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ish will -: ak H use Of
Living Judaism Saturday morn-
ing services a: 10 45 Tr.e Bar
Mitzvah 3f Robert Edward Rub-
in, son of Mr and Mrs Alexand-
er Ruoin. is sche-.-:_'.-.-i for the
ing services Cantor Sarr.-
uel KelcrT-.cr > en let all mus-
; :"-

BETH TFILAH Orthodox)
will b* led :r. its Friday even-
:. Rabb. Joseph E
Rackovsky at 5 30 ar. j in a Sat-
urdas m irmng service at 8 30

CORAL GABLES Jewish Cen-
ter 'Liberal). Friday evening
.. | ; .- :;. services at i .0 p.m Raoo: Mor-
is Skops serrr. >n anil b*: Suc-
- And Failure. Reflections On
The Life Of Noah Saturday
ting service will oe at 945.
iistant li f instructjoi
mty s I sysi
I them over to a
- t jidges for s l '
-... j- -n arried
(theme f 1 I'nited Na-
. -
Bsi'ders of Immortal
Mftorials for the
Jewish Trade
DOWNTOWN Synagogue (Or-
thodox Friday even.n^ services
5 30. b ith Satur-
- at 8:30
Mi'i at 5 30. Daily
.-- at 8 a.n:. and 5:30
*
FLAGLER-GRANADA Relig-
. .- Daily rvices at
7:30 ai Sa Btl rvices are
K -
a t a
HEBREW ACADEMY Ortho-
+Jenlst ncrktkw.
Dr Donald Michaelson. director
of Hillel at the University of Mi-
.-. ill be guest speaker. Sat-
morning services at 9:30
Daih services are held at
ith Rabbi Jacob J Honig
,r- t Mordechai Haalmar.

TEMPLE ISRAEL '
-
-

:: E CENTER
;. i ening sen
Saturday
R A

Mir.cha '
- Seu-
-

KNESSETH ISRAEL (Ortho-
v .... : rnday
. R..bn Abraham Cas-
5:15 p -' with Saturday
es at 8 30 am The
.: speck on the Weekly
n Mr Nathan Steir.berg
..: the Sabbath Soc-
a; Hour at 5 pnv. following.
.
MIAMI BEACH Jewish Cen-
ter Conservative I will be led in
its Friday evening services at
5 15 p m.. by Rabbi Ir\-ing Ler.r-
man Saturday morning services
a: 9 The Rabbi will speak on
t.-e Weekly Portion. Saturday
on Bible Class at 4 p.m..
followed by Shalos Seudos. Can-
tor David Silverman will chant.

MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
and Congregation (Orthodox).;
Friday -.vening services at 5:30.
Saturdav morning services at
8 30 Rabbi Simon April will'
*peak on the subject: Deluge.
Talmud Class at 4:30 p.m.. to be
( Llowed by Mincha and Shalos
Seudos at 5. Daily services are
scheduled for 7:30 a.m.. and 5:30
p.m.

NORTH DADE Jewish Center
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m. Mr J Rosenfeld will
lead the congregation assisted by
Mr I. Jacobsor..

NORTH SHORE Jewish Cen-
tei (Conservative'. Rabbi Mayer
A ramowitz will conduct Friday
services at 8:15 p.m. Tr.e Rabbi's
topic will be: Window To Life.
Ar. Oneg Shabbat. arranged by
the ladies of the Sisterhood, will
follow. Saturday morning serv-
ices are scheduled for 8:30. with
the Rabbi's topic to be the Week-
ly Portion
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER |
*l
.follow on the topic. PrayerIts
Purpose Saturday morning serv-
at 9 Rev. George Goldberg
will lead the congregation and
speak on the Weekly Port; m.

WEST MIAMI Jewish Center
.... hold Friday evening services
at 6 and at 7:45 p.m.

YOUNG ISRAEL Synagogue of
:.: Beach ( Orthodox i. Fri-
day evening services at 5:30 p.m.,
with Saturday morning services
at 9.

ZAMORA Jewish Center (Lib-
eral' will be led in its Friday
service at 8:15 p.m.. by Rev. Rud-
lof E. Brill. An Oneg Shabbat.
spor.sored by Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Ostrie. is scheduled to fol-
Saturday morning services
Aiil be at 9. _________________________
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE,
IN THE CiHCL.t rn, '.
BTTHEL A. MAN .
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
thr undrrai(P>"l. deairini t" ^nuaici-
-. under thr fictitious name
of cll'T NOTOR* a- ttt I W th
$1 Miami. Florida, int-n'l t" r;."--r
. naroa ;th the ''i^rk of the Clr-
II .'. .urt >>f l*-1e County. Florida.
OUT A LOOMIB. JR.
A. W BCH< I0TAK
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
I the underaljned. desiring to engage
1 in bulness under the fictitious name
I of ABBE VENETIAN BLIND UL'N-
I'RY at j N.E. JTth Street. Miami.
, Fla. intend to register said name with
th I'lerk of the Circuit Court of
' l>ade County. Horlda.
HARRY KESSMAX
PHIIJP SCHULMAN
10 :;-!- 11 I
1-ith rla>
be ..
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Ding services at 9 Mincha
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HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS
Jew v. Center Fr.-
.ening services it 8:15
Harold Sha| -peak on
sul ect What Can Israel
Do For LV Ar. One* Srabbat
follow.

JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD Friday
at 8:30
Rabbi Josoph E. Rackovalrr
945 Michigan Avenut
Miami Beach
Phon. 5-359S
TIFERETH ISRAEL Northside
Center. Friday evening services
at 8 15. A forum discussion will
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that'
the underis;iie in bUHiness under the fictitious narne
.f KAYS MGC.V.E A CCTUERY !
BHOP. at 07 N E Irt Avenue. Miami.
(.-: ,|, ;,..-,.i .. restatei said naaM
with the Cleric ..f the Clruit Court of
Iade Count> Florida.
C1JKRA KIRS-HKNBACM
ABE KlRS-HKNIiAVM
> *ners
M 11/t-t-U_______________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEKEHY GIVEN that
. i.-i-i .1- is ng to engage
I in bUM.iess under the fictiti>>u name
|of CURTIS CNIFORM CO. at 15J
I Michigan Arenas Vlami Beach. Fla.
tends to r- I n^me with
rhe i'lerk of trie Circuit <'ourt of
',.,.<- Count) Florida .....
HAROLD ISENBERO
^ n;--it ______________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKRKMV OIVEN that
the d dealling t.. engage In
bualnea under the til
tasia vii.i.as at <>*' Ru n-
doim Ulan Bes h. Florida, intends
t.. r-eifter said name with th- I lerk
I the Ctrcull Odarl of Dade County.
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N ITICE !> HI P.EBT liiVES J
t th- und-- gi ,, Jj|
in business u: : "tmisV
of CLAIRE Ai XKTMKNTS. ,.
, Euclid Avenue. M.ami Bea.-h. TsS
Intend to rei>t-- ald iui-. 5I
Clerk of the C|i I'lurtrid
County. Florpla .
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SALE *
NOTICE IS HEREBY liHTSj
by virtue of Chapter il* V
statutes Annotated ('Mil.
housemen and W .r-h"!J.~. IL.
wherein A TRAS8FB
WAREHol'SK I
tion. by virtue '- ar-fiMjsX
has in its posaesslor the (oUoiii|l
scribed persons'. proparQ
10 Coca Cola Mack Mi
as the propert) '
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Court. Miarr: ', i
on the l'.th d.i .Vn.mbel
during the lee I -'<._
hetw-er. i
aftern TRANSFER ANI> WAREHOUU
;o North M Aveaac st
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IMtkasMd. s;oss-hfj
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IN THE CIRCU T COURT Of I
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AND FOP DAOE C0-N".|
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+Jewish thx-Mlan
LEGAL NOTICE
. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Tnd for DADE COUNTY.
jrida. in probate.
"khtate of
, op I.VOVITZ. (I i I
gOTICE TO CREDITORS
dltors And aii Persons Hav-
r-|nlmi< or Demands Against
each of you, are hereby
'.,n,l required to present any
i;,,,,i demand! which you. or
hi you. may have against the
,,, CELIA ARONOVITZ de-
,(, of Dade County. Florida,
!! W, I' RL ANTON &
[1 DOWLING, County Judffea
County, and file the same In
|fi,-,. in the County Courthouse
County. Florida, within eight
months from the date Of the
Ibljcatlon hereof. Said claims
I- to contain the legal ad-
t!!( claimant and to he sworn
iiited afl aforesaid, or name
barred. See Section I l") of the
pl,.,l.. Act.
h lober !". A.D. 1931.
KSTKLLE ST'H.I.MACK.
i- administratrix of the
! late of
CELIA ARONOVITZ,
Deceased
|VITZ A ARONOVITZ
STOLLMACK,
llBtratrix
I- 11 2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11-B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
superior DEUCACIB8. at M
Harding Avenue, Surfside. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade county. Florida
Ji >SEPH FOG EL
QEOROE .1. TAUANnFb'
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Koad
Miami Beach, Fla
10/28 11 2-9-U
JTICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
gTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144524
IERMAN, PlalntUd
SHERMAN. Def-nlant.
LI-IE SHKItMAN,
fendant,
Mitral Park South.
Vork City, N V
fcul.ME SHERMAN, ire h-re-
fitii that a Bill of Complaint
has been filed against you.
< required to serve ipj
Miswcr or Pleading t > the Hiil
hkiint on the plaintiff's At-
HARRY U. SMITH 120 I.in-
. .Miami Reach. Florida, and
rlglnal Answer or Pleading
Mice of the Clerk of the Clr-
ii t en or before the 19th day
Uber, 1951. if you fall to do
runt by default will be I ik.n
for the rei'ef demanded
Rill nf i 'omplaint.
AX1> ORDERED at Miami,
Itlii- 17th day of October, A.D.
i: B. LEATH HUMAN.
Clerk, Ore tit C >urt,
I >ade County) Mori la
[Court Seal)
\VM W. STOCKIST,,
Deputv Clerk
B SMITH
for Plaintiff
In Road
arh, Florida
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BCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OrVEN that
li-rsigned, desiring to engage
esu under the Ootll oui name
lADE BEDDING & MAT-
|i'ii. n.,t Inc., at 123 N. W.
.Miami, Ha. intends to reg-
name with the Clerk of the
Court of Dade County. Flor-
WILLIAM L, SHEADE
sole Owner
3ROS8BERG
for Applicant
i' Bldg.
;i :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MICKS ATUNTH' SERVICE
STATIo.V. at 1910 N. W. 7th Streel
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT MICHAEL DBIT8CH
CHERTKOF & KAI.ISH
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympla Building
10/2S 11/2-9-lfi
:E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN .that
I, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
MNI'P.IKS at 110 Ponce De
Id., Coral (iables. Fla intend
It said name with the Clerk
piroult Court of Dade County.
P ROBERTSON
PRS DELLA A. ROBERTSON
' 'u ii,.-rs
P Kessler
for Applicants
Ift Flagler St.
|FI, nd.i
11 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY.
No. 144549
EDWARD L. MCCARTHY and
adei.e p. McCarthy, his wife
Plaintiffs.
vs
THE NEW ENGLAND TRl'ST COM-
PANY, a Massachusetts Corpora-
tion, and ALBERT D, Howlett.
JR.. as Trustees under the Last
Will and Testament of ALBERT i>
HOWLETT, deceased.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NEW ENGLAND TRUST
COMPANY
13."i Devonshire Street
Boston 7. Mass.
and
ALBERT I> HOWLETT. JR.
C 0 The N-w England Trust
Company
135 Devonshire Street
Bostoti 7. Mass
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on Plaintiff's Attorney, and to
file your original Answer in the of-
fice of the clerk of the Circuit Court
on "i before the lath dav of Novem-
ber. 1951; otherwise the Bill of Com-
plaint for Successor Trustee filed
herein will be taken as confessed bv
you.
DATED this 17th day of October.
IM1.
E. B. WEATHERMAN.
ci.-rk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WM W. STOCKING
Depute Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYoNS
Attorney for Plaintiff
910 Olympla Bidg.
Miami, Florida
10/19-26 11'2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
TAX DEED
FOR
le|N'w,'"l.-.h7'"l!'v.;lven that Nathan-
Bvenrisi "i".' hold" a" assignee of
.,.., "ralnage Tax Sale Certifi-
cate Numbered 4219, dated the Slit
rer'tifL^V f' !& W Sfd
< ert flcate In my office, and has made
the,,1.;n";;," !s ,,ax >>* "'"'
Cer.m?.J.n ap,'5*>nce with law. Said
I Z if h embr"pes the following
'r' "'rt ''nrr,y' "'fated in Dad?
I ounty. Florida, to-wit:
';','' lj g* 2. Larkins Town-
eA'i1 at 2k 2' |,;,E- L<*. '--
Florida County, state of
The assessment of said
property under the Certificate
Issued was In the name f
Aiex ( ass. Unless said Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law, tax deed will
Issue thereon the lath dav of
November. A.D. 1951
19.Pl "s l2,h day "' October, A.D.
K B. LEATHERMAN.
lerk of Circuit Court.
ir-i "ade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT.
io/-m iLWCterk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of H & H MARKET, at 1495 N W
3rd Avenue Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade Count v
Florida.
MAX FELD.MAN-
SARA FELDMAN,
His Wife
.. Sole owners
MAKX M. FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 C.ngress I'.ldg.
10/29 ll/2-a-is
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business cider the fictitious name
of ROSE ARMS APARTMENTS at
!; \4'' Meridian Avenue, Miami
Beach, Fla.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
<-ourt of Dade County. Florida.
Rose SCHNEIDER
Sol.- (iwner
'" 16 11/2-9-16
:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,.NTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tre fictitious name f
ARROW PACKAOE STORE
?-,', "77' (,'"'"ns Avenue. Miami Beaoa.
Honda Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florid.,
ETTA SAMUELS.
IRVING CYPEN ^ OW"er-
Attorney for Applicant.
1'), 19-26 11/2-9
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
"' is HEREBY GIVEN that
irslgned, desiring to engage in
'under the fictitious name of
f> 8 KALES it 2520 N. W.
pet., Miami, Fla.. intends to
s'"'l name with the Clerk of
Curt of Dade C unty,
lAVKlts
MURRAY JACOBS
Sole Owner
Applicant
I'.'niiliiig
II L'-9
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jewish Floridlcm to-
youi legal aottcM.
appreciate your
nag* and guaran-
Kcurate 9M*rico at
rales. Phone 2-1141
errlce.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144532
RITA CLICKER SAMS. Plaintiff
vs.
JAMES L SAMS. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMES L. SAMS
c/o George W. Post
a 701 Prunty Bldg.
Clarksburg. West Virginia.
You. James L Hams, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are require,! to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs At-
torney. DONALD R. KLEIN. 927 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 16th day
of November. 1961, If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of October, A.D.
1951.
B. B. LEATHEItMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
in'19-26 n/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PHIL'S BARBER SHOP
at 2226 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
Honda intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP H HORENSTEIN.
_..... Sole Owner.
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Applicant
10/19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEIN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SPORTSMAN'S BARBER SHOP
at 2229 Collins Avenue. Miami Beai h,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP II. HORENSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
IRVING CYPEN
620 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach
Attorney for Applicant.
11/19-26 11/2-9
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2SO05
RE: ESTATE OF
LOUIS WRINKLE. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
riled my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of Louis Weinkle. deceased:
and that on the 12th day of Nov. 1951.
will apply to the Honorable W. F.
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval, of said
final report and for final discharge as
Executor of the estate of Louis
Weinkle. deceased.
This 8th day of October. 1931.
CARL WEINKLE.
As Executor of the Estate
of Louis Weinkle.
Deceased.
WEINKLE & KESSLER
Attorneys for Executor
10/12-19-2S 11/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144*91
WANDA NICHOLSON, Plaintiff.
RICHARD LEE NICHOLSON,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION !!!!
TO: RICHARD LEE NICHOLSON
ASN No. 1st stud.nt Officer Co
-*'" "t Bnstls, Virginia.
TOI are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney, and to file the original answer
in the Office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit court on <,r before the 23rd dav
of November. 1951: otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore
tiled herein, will be taken as confess-
ed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this Krd
day of October. 1951.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN.
___ Clerk of the Circuit Curt
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MICHAEL m 18ENBERQ
Attorney for Plaintiff
1407 Biscayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
lfl'26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 144423
LIELA SHAOOURY. Plaintiff
vs.
ALFRED R SHAiiOIRY. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Alfred R. Shagoury
562 4Sth Street
Brooklyn. New York
You, Alfred R. Shagoury. are hereby
notlfied that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiffs At-
torneys, CHERTKOF AND KALISH.
6O7-60S Olympla Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th dav of November. 1951. If you
fall to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of October. A.D
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/19-26 11/2-9
'TUN COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. C. 2.,4 ST. MIAMI St. 'LA.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144346
ROSLYN LENT. Plaintiff
vs.
LESLIE RALPH LENT. Defendant.
TO: LESLIE RALPH LENT,
RKSIDENi 'E UNKNOWN
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original ans-
wer in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court on or before the sth day
of November, A.D. 1951: otherwise,
the Bill of ("'omplaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
Sth day of October. 1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
'.123 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
10/12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144705
ELEANOR MAKTO. Plaintiff.
vs.
LOUIS MARTO. Defendant.
TO: LOUIS MARTO
17 Post Avenue
New York City. N. Y.
You, LOUIS MARTO. are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the Blil
of Complaint on the plaintiffs At-
torneys. CHERTOF AND KALISH,
607-11 Olympla Building, Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of November. 1951. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 24th dav of October,
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(CirouR Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
CHERTKOF AND KALISH.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
607-11 Olympla Building.
Miami. Fla.
10/26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HABANA MEAT & POULTRY MAR-
KET at 45 N. W. Sth Street. Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
LEO WIENER
GEORGE WIENER
Owners
BERICK, SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road <
Miami Beach, Fla.
10/12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MURRAY'S PLUMBING COMPA-
NY I Not Inc.). at 1240 H. W lth
Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of tne
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MORRIS FRIEDBERG
. Sole Owner
10/26 11/2-9-18 *
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 2*518 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA SHERMAN. Deceased.
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which vou. or
either of you. mav have against the
estate of ANNA SHERMAN, deceased
late of New York County. New York,
t.i the Hon. FRANK B. DOWLING.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dads County.
Honda, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
Date October 20. A. D. 1951.
UEOKOE SHERMAN,
As Ancillary Admliiistra-
trator. CTA of the Estate
of
ANNA SHERMAN.
Deceased.
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator
10/2S 11/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 142340
WILLIAM F. PERRY. Plaintiff.
vs.
RUTH WASSERSTEIN and
SAM WASSERSTEIN. her husband.
Defend.! nts.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: RUTH WASSERSTEIN
and
SAM WASSERSTEIN
Address Unknown.
YOU are hereby required to se ,
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint on Plaintiffs Attorney, and
to file the original Answer in the Of-
fice of the Clerk of the circuit Court
on or before the 26th dav ,f Novem-
ber, 1961: otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint heretofore filed will be taken
as confessed by vou.
DATED at Miami, Dade Countv.
Florida, this 22nd dav ol October. 1951,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
By WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attornev:
NORMAN R I.YoNS.
910-12 oiymi.i, Bl l|
Miami. Florida.
10 26 i I 2-9't
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 144517
CELIA Kamlnsky, Plaintiff.
vs.
Morris KAMINSKY, Defend i-'.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
To. Mi Morris Kamlnskj
C 0 Irving and Sue Hill
39 Turner Place
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and vou
are hereby required to serve a copy
of y..in answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney, and
file the original answer in the Office
Of the Clerk of the Circuit ("ourt on
or before the 19th day of November.
1961, in default ..{ which, the Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Dade County. Florida, this 17th day
of October, 1951.
E. 1! LEATHERMAN.
'lerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Beal)
By: WM, W, STOCKING,
Deputy i'lerk
LEO 3HEINER
Attorne) for Plaintiff
102 Roper Building
20 a !:. Srd Avenue
Miami :',2. Florida
10/20 11, 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No 144742
HELEN HAAS. Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD L. HAAS. Defendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: Richard L. Haas
14 East 30th Street
New York. New York
YOU. RICHARD L. HAAS, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or plead-
ing to said Bill of Complaint for Di-
vorce on the Plaintiffs attorney, SID-
NEY ROBBINS. 307 Congress Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and file the orig-
inal answer or pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 1st day of December.
1951. If you fail to do so. judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
Dated this 26th day of October.
1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Miami. Florida.
(Seal)
By M. C. FEIOK.
Deputy Clerk
SIDNEY ROBBINS
Attorney for Plaintiff
507 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
11/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the imrtnership lately subsisting be-
tween Iuis Erenburg and Isaiah S.
Bet-man. d/b/a. ESSEX PAINT CO..
at 11 Beacom Blvd.. Miami, was dis-
solved October 15. 1951. and that the
undersigned, desiring to carry on said
business as sole owner, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fla.
LOUIS ERENBURG.
Sole Owner
STEPHEN F. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
10/19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ESKAY TEXTILES, at 255 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
. SOLOMON KASHIN
ro/19-26" 11/2-9 *
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY.
No. 144715
FERN MOORE. Plaintiff
vs
EVERETT MOORE. JR.. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EVERETT MOORE. JR.
63< South 11th Street
HAMILTON. OHIO
and
PVT EVERETT MOORE, JR.
c/o POST ADJUTANT
CAMP STONEMAN.
CALIFORNIA
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on Plaintiff's At-
tornev and to file the Original Ans-
wer in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court. ,>n or before the 24th
day of November. 1951: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint heretofore filed
herein will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of October. A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Curt.
Dade County, Florida.
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS.
910-12 Olvmpia Building.
Miami. Florida.
10/26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage-
In business under the fictitious name
of MORENE APARTMENTS, at S3S
Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ____..
DAVID SAFFAN
ROSE SAFFAN
ALBERT ROSA
GILDA ROSA
JOSEPH PARDO
Attornev for Applicants.
914 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
11/2-1-16-23
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