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The Jewish Floridian ( October 24, 1952 )

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^wiisltUEIbspidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 25—Number 43 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS \;i/i Official Named To Cabinet Post RpfwPPn Ynu MUNICH (JTA) — Dr. Karl Ott, former official in the Nazi Propa"^' I "U eancla Ministry, has been named Secretary of Interior of the State r Saxony, it was reported here. Ott entered the Goebbal* minis'.: In 1933, and ended up as head of its financial branch in 19 45 \o Further Lenieney To Be Given THE HAGUE (JTA) — The Dutch Government, which has commuted the death sentence imposed on Willi Lages, ex-Gestapo chief in Holland, for his role in the deportation and execution of 70 000 Dutch Jews, will not further reduce his sentence, Dr. H. Donker, Minister of Justice, promised Parliament this .week. The Questii n of the Government's future attitude toward Lages was I : -, d in Parliament following country-wire protests and demonstrate ns against the recent commutation of his death sentence to life Imprisonment. • • • World Sephardie Federation Meet PARIS (JTA) — A three-day conference of the Council of the World Federation of Sephardic Jews opened here this week. The first session was a closed meeting of the praesidium which will draw up reports and resolutions for presentation to the later plenary sessions. Arab Delegate Attacks Israel At UN UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — Iraqi Delegate Mohammed Jamali charged at the United Nations this week that the State of Israel was continuing to disturb the peace of the Middle East. Speaking in the General Assembly's general debate he said that Israeli "aggression" along the border of various Arab states was constantly killing "innocent Arabs." The Iraqi delegate claimed that Israel was embarked on a program of large-scale military perapartions. He asserted that Israel had defied implementation of the General Assembly's resolution urging the return of the Palestine Arab refugees to their former homes. • • • • Denies Talk Of Closing Parliament JERUSALEM (WNS) — Neither Agudist defection from the Cabinet nor General Zionist refusal to enter the government coalition will deter him from determination not to dissolve the present Parliament before its tenure has expired some three years hence, Premier David Ben-Gurion was reported to hav 9 told party leaders with whom he conferred this week. The Premier was said to have asserted that if the opposition was building hopes on a new election it was doomed to disappointment, since he would not permit a situation to arise which would necessitate the dissolution of Parliament. • • • • • Xaguib Takes More Realistic View BONN (WNS) — Ratification by the Bonn Parliament of the Israel-German Reparations Pact will "hurt Egypt's feelings" but will not affect German-Egyptian relations, Cairo's strong man General Mohammed Naguib was said to have declared this week according to a report released by the German News Agency here. Naguib's view, as reported by the News Agency, conflicts with the opinion recently expressed in Hamburg by Aashmed Ismail, Egyptian Labor Party leader who cautioned that ratification of the pact would lead, to a boycott of German goods by all Arab states, including Egvpt. • • • • Christian Nationalists Off Ballot NASHVILLE (WNS) — A ruling denying ballot right to the anti-Semitic Christian Nationalist Party was made here this week by the Attorney General of Tennessee. The party ran General MacArthur on its ticket. • • • • So .\eed For Individual Parties LONDON (WNS) — Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America, declared here at a meeting of World Jewish Congress leaders that individual Zionist parties in Israel were no Jonger needed since they had "outlived their purpose. At the same time, Rabbi Miller disclosed, following a two-wee* visit to Israel, that Premier David Ben-Gurion was no longer veering to the view that Jewish communities abroad cannot survive or that Jews could not be Zionists unless they settled in Israel. >l< < arran Act Attacked By JWV ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) — The Jewish War V *terans or tne United States of America, meeting in its 57th Annual Convention, was urged by its national commander. Paul Ginsberg to worn tor repeal of the McCarran Immigration Act and the adoption 01 an immigration statute "that genuinely represents American P i n -. lp '^ of justice and equality of opportunity." A message from *" ae Truman praised the Jewish veterans for their "constructive efforts in behalf of your fellow Americans, regardless of race, creed or color." • • • • • View Arab. Israeli Women Meeting NAPLES (WNS) — A resolution urging a round_tob J e ""'tJr *nce of Israeli and Arab women with a view to d^^mgmaor Problem, affecting the Middle East was adopted here at the urn Kress of the Women's International Alliance. Mrs. The.lla Ma'mon, Israeli delegate and president of the Israel section £ *! %  }*!£ had Women's Rights, said the political committee of the Alliance naa been instructed to arrange the parley. And Me.... Truman Charged With By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, IMJ, Jtwlah Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) POLITICAL NOTES: Plans for distribution of the reparations which the Conference on Jewish Claims Against Germany will get from the Bonn Governmei I through Israel are now being prepared in New York Each organization 'represented on the Conference is submitting its own proposals to the praesidium of that body The Conference will get $3,000,000 annually and it must spend this sum This is one of the conditions stipulated by the West German Government Jewish organizations are also making preparations inNew York for the forthcoming reparations talks with Austria ... In order to influence the Austrian Social Democrats to give up their opposition to the payment of reparations to Jews, the Big Four Jewish organizations — Jewish Agency, Joint Distribution Committee, American Jewish Committee and World Jewish Congress — decided to co-opt the Jewish Labor Committee to participate in the talks with Austria There is quite a difference between German and Austrial legislation on restitution Austrian legislation provides only tor the return of traceable property, whereas legislation in Western Germany calls for restitution or compensation of identifiable properties One Evoking Racism Issue WASHINGTON (JTA)—President Harry S. Truman, in a slash ing attack on the Republican Party last week, charged that "behind the mask of the great majority of Republicans in Congress" are dis criminatory, ideas "which add up to the philosophy of racial superiority developed by the Nazis, which we thought we had destroyed when we defeated Nazi Germany and liberated Europe." Addressing the national mobilI ... these men have been embraced by ization of the National Jewish Welfare Board here, the President declared that "we must be vigilant lest the philosophy of our defeated enemy gain a hold in our own country under the guise of anti-Communism. Declaring that ."anti-Semitism. anti-Catholicism and aniti-foreignism grow only in concealment," the President charged that these factors "have the Republican candidate for President." Meanwhile, a call to the people of the United States to support Israel was voiced by General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican Presidential candidate in a message to a dinner in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel arranged by the Greater New York Committee for State of Israel onds. Senhidden themselves within the ator Irving M. Ives, of New York, Republican Party for years. | wa s guest of honor at the dinner. "If you want to protect and i preserve freedom, the President adminished, "you must resist the forces that work against it both at home and abroad." The President placed responsibility for the McCarran Immigration Law on the Republican Party, although it had been introduced by a Democrat. He said he fought the senator on this "all the Way and I am going to keep right "The State of Israel," General Eisenhower said in his message, "is democracy's outpost in the Middle East, and every American who loves liberty must join the effort to make secure forever the future of this newest member in the family of nations. We pray that a strong Israel and her Arab neighbors will join in the creation of a just and lasting peace which will bring to all an era of proson because the spirit of it is con-! P**j*9 an enlightenment." trary to everything America stands for." The Republicans in Congress, he said, "were almost solidly behind this bill." Senate important difference is that there j Republicans voted four to one to is no compensation for property | override his veto, he said, and in which was taken from Jews but which has since disappeared There is also no legislation in Austria for the repayment of the very large amount of monies extorted from the Jews in the form of special taxes or levies The Austrian law also requires that a claimant must still be an Austrian citizen to acquire compensation Thus, all Austrian Jews who have fled the country and have since settled in the Unittd States, or Britain, or Israel, cannot collect the House, they voted seven to one. "It was they, with the help of some Democrats, who put it over," he declared. Mr. Truman asserted that Senator Richard Nixon. Republican Vice Presidential nominee, was "among those who voted for the McCarran Bill and to override my veto. Among other Republicans were Senators Jenner and McCarthy. Together with Senator Revercomb, the champion of the anti-Catholic, anti-Jewish proviOn the heels of Eisenhower's talk was the General's meeting early this week with Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, spiritual leader a< The Temple, Cleveland, Ohio. In a statement issued to the press. Rabbi Silver said that both he and the Republican candidate depored President's Truman's "irresponsible statement" before the JWB Mobolization. "Much is permitted in a campaign, but the attempt by implication to identify a man like General Eisenhower—whose humanity and broad tolerance are known all over the world—with anti-Semitism and anti-Catholicism is just not permissible even in the heat of a campaign," Rabsions of the original DP Bill,' bi Silver said. Launch GMJCC Drive Here A combined Kickoff Breakfast and special Board Meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Membership Campaign will take place on Sunday, October 26th. 10 a.m., in the Centers Town Branch. 450 SW 16th Avenue. According to a joint announcement by Leo Sheiner, chairman of the Membership Committee, and Stanley C. Myers. Center president, the program will include! ^^ ^^ 26th 2 pm final instruction to campaign | at the Town Branc h; first Young workers and an address by Carl j Adult Dance of the season on Weinkle, Greater Miami Jewish I Sunday evening. 8:30 p.m.. at the Federation president Spurring the drive to invite membership of the area's residents will be a colorful array of special Open House events, said Leon Kaplan, chairman of the Center's Program Council. At the Town Branch; University of Miami Basketball Team Demonstration on Monday evening, October 27th, 8 p.m., at the Town ranch. A Teen Age Dance and Women's Gym Demonstration on Tuesday, October 28th, 8 p.m.. *ame time, the Center will bring at the Town Branch: Basketball to public attention the GMJCC ; Game between the Miami Boys regular calendar of activities for Club and the Town Branch JCC all goups from Nursery through • on Wednesday, October 29th 7:30 Golden Age. I P !" /t the Town Branch; SymThe activities schedule has been j posium on The People Speak On designed by Emanuel Tropp, diThe Elections, featuring speakers rector, who recently came here from the Stevenson and Eisenfrom Lynn. Massachusetts. Inhower headquarters, scheduled eluded in the host of events open for Thursday even.ng October to public participation are the 30th. 8 p.m.. at the Beach Branch; following: Men s Volley Ball Demonstration A Costume Dance, sponsored by the Adult Social Group on Saturday evening, October 25th. at 8:30 p.m., at the Town Branch; Golden Age Friendship Club meeting on Thursday evening, 8 p.m., at the Town Branch between the YMCA and Town Branch JCC. Nursery School Sabbath Parties at the Town and Beach Branches on Friday, October 31st, 10 a.m.; Junior Sabbath Party, 3:30 p.m.. at the Beach Branch; Teen Age Touch Feotball Tournament on Sunday, November 2nd, 1 p.m., at Memorial Field; Golden Age Club Open House at 2:30 p.m.. Beach Branch: Folk Dance Group on Sunday, November 2nd, 8 p.m., at the Beach Branch. Stan Stanzyck, Olympic champion, demonstrating weight lifting on Wednesday, November 5th. 8 p.m., at the Beach Branch; Rabbi Joseph Narot discussing, What Can Our Nursery School Do For The Jewish Child, on Tuesday, November 11th, 8 p.m.. at the Town Branch: and the organization of The Young Business And Professional Group at the Beach Branch on Thursday evening, November 13th. at 8 p.m. In listing the Open House events, Tropp also indicated that the GMJCC schedule for members includes the Pre-School, Grade School, Teen Age, Young Adults, Adults and Golden Agers activities. Tropp has been working closely (Continued from Page 3)



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PAGE 2 *-Jeist fkrkti&r FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24 Klutznick, Solender Will Address 7th Annual JWB Meet In New Orleans ilif M K S .: X-.-'. York Cit; tli Annual Meetiafl .: S nthern Section Matk m %  :. J< i VI trd it wathij M^ t>j Di William A. Wexler. S -. >•. i '.. D p r esident .-.-. Annual Y be held at 1 """ %  %  "': Center in New C November act Delec b s A.:; si : n Heading UK Miami .-;-. ; t of the Board G vernon I • Naticr .-.-....:. '. Housing i Kluta •. 5 Amerk %  u -~ K itj BuiMcn UK and via :he S.-.:hi JWB Section Others attend .r.| Mrs Milton Sirkin Jessie Qert— --.r ^-^ H = r. %  !.-. 7-.\.::r.^~ Kl _:.-.-... -. a kei .= : the Sundaj e v en i I tlM >-:... Lii r..-. C ~pas> N. Sir.f.rS who a %  • v. %  Initiated by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. the weekly Sunday morning Youth Breakfast Service sponsored by the Miami Beach Jewish Center and its Sisterhood will begin its seventh consecutive year on October 26th. at 9:15 a.m. Shown above are members oi the Planning Committee. Standing behind Rabbi Lehrman (left end Samuel Fhedland. president of the Center (right are Harriet Gans, Helene DeGutz. Paul Weiss. Iris Jacobs and Ellen Walsey. 3SC Lincoln R^J Mezaanin. PhoBt ^ Entrance or W a ,hi ng j or A ^ OCULISTS Prescriptions Tilled • Lenses and Frames Duplicated • Large Selection in Laj^, Styles l %  •'-\;nii* I in is Square lladassah Square 1 For Week NEW YORK (JTA) — Times Square, the world's biggest inter• • re-named Hadassah Square for a period of seven days to mark :-.* ace of HaWi .--. in New V rk. A tem| markei was put up R rt F Wagnt r, Jr Man-, ttan 1 president Tl M< troj tar c tin I 11 H ted the Unit Na^ E rgen Fund i I I eg l Mrs. Si Satu Rosens tor cf the J I ent of H lassa presented I : :. 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Kaplai B'rith Mi Can-.paigi I A dinner 1 : B'rith ershi] %  : %  : Ter• H Kaplan annoui • ;: ':' %  % %  I E ngtor DC %  .i~:.:.^ :':.-. g year and to >i the .:. "y Center movement sched1954 The I egates %  '...: • % %  • i : strengthen%  : "• i bjetlives to meet • |i blemj -:. I .-.... Flagler-Granada Parents '"•-'• > G -p of Nurse rj et last M Hai I the : ""•-"-• in Gu Chmc. D. .-• County Soutr. F > until f p u bbc Insl : %  ••' the lead | Tie fcno-.;.-,; Dv. '' : A: %  '-' %  president '. mem O: The IVe-Sch B'nth C uncil I S .:Mrs Ge-:,rge Gittelsohn .-. r.ci and A. J Kapl an. Who do you know that doesn't ike Mlogg's Corn Flakes? MAKE YOUst DAIRY MEALS HTTR WITH AMERICA'S FAVORtTE READY-TO-CAT CEREAL You here lots of company when you enjoy Kellogg s Corn Flakes. =>ecause just about ererybody :ike* these rig. lender, golden flakes of corn. They're so fresh and crisp you rir. hear'em rustle when you pour en: into your :c-.. Better rare plenty an hand for J"OSU ra.-y aeals. And s-at :r hear: s oonteal — because rgg s Ccrr. F::icr-i are delic-3us — c:cip:ar:e in ill Jewi Homes. Roger W. Straus, chairman oi the Board of the American Smelting and Refining Company, has beer, named general chairman of Brotherhood Week, to he nauonally observed next February 15th through 22nd, under the sponsorship ol the National Conference of Christians and Jews. >tft%* Tfce Greotesr Nome In Cereols" Ends Laxatives -ftndf amazing relief *I have had great success with ALL-BRAN. writes Pataraon, N. J.. man. "After years of cor.st;pation, I am now regular. Thanks to my S cup of ALL-BRAN every day "If yog suffer from irregularity due to lack of dietary bulk, try a Umlful of this tasty cereal every night before bad ... it may '..ring hack the vouthful regularity you thought long ILL-BtAN is the 01 '.v type ready-to-eat cereal that supplies all theilk) : may need. Its high in, rich in iron, provides • ssei I a. B and D ritai If you':. after 10 days, send empty carton to Kel .-.•<. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1952 GMJCC Opens Drive Sunday (Continued from Page 1) i: w jui the various county-wide Program Committees of the Cen1, in developing the groundwork for a rich program of social, ath, ; cultural and educational events for every member of the family in the Center's three lies. He lias been conducting intervji ws with prospective group S a n d instructors in the I of selecting the most quali(j,.d leadership for the clubs and sponsored by GMJCC. Under his supervision, the professional personnel in the branches have been working with committee? on a local level to carry out the details of program within the policies and philosophy of the overall organization. In his most recent professional capacity in Lynn, Tropp served for over three years as director of activities for one of the largest Jewish community centers in New England. There, he was responsible for a wide range of activities on all age levels from children through adults, and he supervised and trained a large body of volunteer and professional leaders for these activities. He was on the Field Work Faculty of the Boston University School of Social Work where he vised students involved in field work training for Master's ^kwistrkrMinr PAGE 3 Senior Judaeans To Gather In Kendall For Annual Conclave; Feature Workshops Some 100 Senior Judaeans and ; System — Elizabeth Simkowitz their Leaders frorn^ Greater Mi. Mai v Friedman, Myrna Bressack. Joe Murray and Judy Shapiro: Recent Trends In Israel — Charles Liebman. The evening program will be a bonfire at which time the Israeli folk dancing and stunt night contests will be held. Sunday there will be a Senioi Council meeting, arts and craft* and a newspaper workshop. The weekend will close with an extemporaneous speaking contest in the afternoon. In charge of arrangements for the weekend are Harry J. Sonz. chairman, Mrs. H. C. Moser, Mrs. Bertram Miller, Mrs. Henry K. Solloway, Herman Popkin and Miriam Scheinberg. ami will gather at Camp Tequesta, Kendall, tonight to attend the Fifth Annual Young Judaea Conclave. Sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Yooth Commission, the weekend will feature an educational and inspirational program geared to creating an informed and active youth movement in the Greater Miami area. The weekend gathering will get under way with services conducted by the Kadimah Group of Senior Judaea followed by an Oneg Shabbat presented by graduates of Camp Tel Yehudah. Saturday morning services will be conducted by the Chaim Weitzmann Club. Workshops will then be" conducted in song and dance. The afternoon Oneg Shabbat will be devoted to Jewish Book Month, and the program will be presented by the En Gev Group. A Maccabiad will follow. Sessiops on Young Judaea will be conducted by Herman Popkin, Regional Youth director; Tsofim—Rachel Frankeb chief scout of Israel visiting^ in this area; Young Judaea Committee Zukernick To View Constitutional Changes At the next Luncheon Meeting of Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591, B'nai B'rith, Tuesday, October 28th, 12:15 p.m.. in the National Hotel. Harry Zukernick, past Obituaries CAROU8E GOLDBBRCI 72. of t7u Dewey Street, Hollywoa Florida, died on Sunday. Octolx-r 1 fit I. at her residence, she is survived i.. her husliand, Joseph; Olle daughter. Mr>. Frances Wolfe; one sister, Mrs M Marcuson; a brother. Julius Rind-' ler. and two grandchildren. Bervlces were on Tuesday, October list, at the Miami Iteach Riverside, with Dr. Marius Ranson officiating. AXiEX siiLoss :'. of 1186 SW 18th Terrace, pass.-. away Thursday, October 16th, at hihome He is survived by his wife, Rose; one brother, Joseph Caplan; and a sister, Mrs. Gussle Shankman. Sen Ices wye on Monday, October 10th; at '.The Miami Riverside," with Ral bl MornBkop officiating hit.-:i it was on Mount Xeho C'emeterv. i.oi is K.\iti.i-;i;.\i -II 72, of 3133 North Baj Road, dli 'I %  October i-tb A resident hen I i'. ist 2" yean he isurvived i> w Ife, !:• %  -. ; two daughtei Mr VI Ian <;. Hosklns and Mrs Rose HMs tin; i wo brothers, Hugo and I i. • %  one slate %  Ml % %  i. na Horgei president of the Lodge and presi\ n £ t I^ME^^IT R Teen Age Activities Programs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center feature scouting, varied directed athletic courses and arts and crafts. Youngsters throughout the area participate in these programs at the Beach and Town Branches, as well as at its affiliate aroups. This is but one of the many programs at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center designed for members in all age brackets, participation in which adds to cultural, intellectual and physical development. dent of the Miami Beach Bar Association, will discuss the constitutional amendments to be voted on in the November 4th election. Gershon Miller is Luncheon chairman, with George J. Talianoff, president. -M'h Rabbi Irving l.ehrmsn offii In*. Internienl was un W i:., n Pa ''. :i terj HENRY STI:IM:I. 11, ..f 686U sw ilnd •-1 %  % %  d ed T lesday, A resident foi the past %  .: \i\ pd to} his w son. Jack; his mother, Ms Bert] st: udel. and fonr brnthei Hlsters, AiTangements were to} the Oordon Funeral Home Enutnuel Tropp n group work. His ex)n developing a Jewish i Council in Lynn wen cntly described in an article p i pared for Program Aids, publication of the National Jewish Welfare Board. rior to this time, Tropp was : tor of junior and young adult activities for the Indianapolis Jewish Community Center. He has ;ilso been associated as a gioup worker with the Jewish Association for Neighborhood Centers a nd Bronx House, both in New York City. He has directed Day Can.ps in various parts of the countfy all through his professional experience. Tropp received the Master's degree in social group work at the New York School ol Social Work of Columbia University, While in the service during the last war, lie spent time in Florida as a psychiatric social worker attached to Welch Convalescent Hospital in Daytona Beach. He is a member of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers and the American Association of Group Workers. A member of the editorial board of The Group, national publication of the AAGW, Tropp is anticipating early publication of an article he prepared based upon his experiences with young adults. TnUanotf At 4 hit utjit Mwtintj George J. Talianoff, of the Florida Executive Committee, AntiDefamation League, B'nai B'rith. is in Chicago this week attending meetings of the ADL National Commission, Talianoff will also participate in the deliberations this weekend of the Joint Defense Appeal's Naj tional Council. The Appeal is the fund raising arm of the American f Jewish Committee and ADL. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 NJL 24th St., Miami 37, na. Phone 3-6866 %  MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! Smoother %  Tastier! Fresher! Recommended as a basic Health Food — Custard smooth, easy to digest. M4NUFACTUMD IT Sunny dihook ChAamsJiy, AG Phone 9-0601 2180 N.W. 13th Ave., Miami, Fla. MADE FRESH DAILY IN MIAMI! 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•AGE 4 *Jcmi*tFkrrti'}r FRIDAY, OCTQBT? 24 • 19S2 EDITORIAL Va&aib On A Feiipf We rcm z.y. heir wcnder.nc zrou: the xmd ce ier^re Ecyct s : srcnc —— General Nacuii is currency rv-.ac :c str-cdle C"n the ene road he h-os shewn recncrkobie mluzl-ry by rer.is.nc :c rail r-etore the Arab L,eccrae derncnc ~ be s_rr=t:—. or:~al stcrremerr rc-cinc E-cyrzrr :re-rtc:c Scan s Repcrmcr-s ?arrt %  '.-i Israel Nacruii ecnobcrhcaliy BUSsed "~ aw s^ w — e *ep:rrrr.-ns .ssue cs I rs~ tartly ;-t~::':j: prcr,e= wrach w:-.: h_s Grverraaerand rcn_a Ctne osbm aaad re res jxnec lie Mas era CM San lue txxannle ?ar the aew >rj; •—e been Luuyiu i j WaMn fcn :: ha n-s recoote "A"e wmkl J at rpr-earo;.: _a r_s &erc-; ::.e re .* r.: ULUiuifiac, ::: o .ecrerso-r. sro: at ate Arab .-s-rr-r Sc ~r~r: was! _ie ros* BBCS iVmTiia Hftimj %  cadi rrr zz fasle r_ ar.::r:r_-s :•:•_-. srr.=:es — -x — Zzi £-r-ri£ "rep zi.r Tnis at z y r= ccod :: lsr;e. be wcuic rroee: -j-.zr z r^re specie ;r:.rrr-_:r :: T.~Z.ZZL= _= even r-e~er The V: UN GENERAL ASSCMW. §i**H4' ntiaI laraes It would seem thai the current P:es:dentia] : campaicn is more vitriolic than cr.v • %  _. erf American history. ? ** u*k But this in not so. Any student cd our nationi tter affairs can be quick to point oui crev.cms h\ rcces. Indeed some oi our fanner Piej:dects W W we regard today with a divine son o( revere!? were no less attacked and perscnclh EmearedT their contempoTane*. than are Adtai SrevenJ! end Dwight Eisenhower today. I III M.s TO SETTLE Cases in point are George Washington Ahr hrm Lincoln Woodrow Wilson cr.d Fraamt Roosevelt Horace Greeley. regardec cy ell m E time cs an honest, creative joumcLs: died brolcen hearted following an abortive campaign thai so* his personal affairs dragged thxou the moK L-nzre-akchle insult. Other examples abound. The current Presidential race has been narked by choree end counter-charge c: -ccnioetence graft and faithfulness. A most unfortunate has been the introduction cf the heated arguments. V."e teel that voters will be too mtelhgeu to fall before ese catch-wards and the they fl] seek the truly esser.tici issues in %  Bating thsk choicei Cur stand is that voters must leer, bevond tie mud hurled in the beat of camr.c.c-..-.'g i 0 th e Sue kflMi at hand. This must be he pan* bass, no other, on which we must gc lc lha polls and vcte ccme November 4th, smear rac:r. saBen into RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY I70.V ~.'.'. bold Pndaj eveninf • : "-: : Saturdaj %  R:c: Joseph Racl • ...'... : dost -rZ .Pen nal.\.-5 M 4:15 | m :-. %  Rax :. will >ld Aad Kew y..z.::. .= at 4 45 pjs followed by S Seudoj tad Maar r_ r it T JO ajt and at 5:3t cux • • • = £TK DAVID STXACOGUC ,.: Fnda; evezuxtf sen kce .: r 4 r : 5-:-::,:tocrxuaj %  .a -.v. Rabbi lax Shapu Mau: E< es ::..._: ..-.z Tr.r Bir HS2vab :: ?. i f Mi ; -? :.::f Albert R ---:_. wbc present :. Kenaci .? _:; at that time ser iieej art at I i axtd 4i • a TLMPLE BSTB SSOLOJf -::: • %  ; Us—J Ha> --: ""rti Hi:r. Lxf >1z. : ixacan •..; Tne UN FulEL TIM Pi BSSK :; Rasabow'! Pr:ftii.:r W.;„,v ..-.=. ; tbe mversitj E Mtami OesMil :f H.i:..-;will actstwt Satordaj Eum servkeei art at "" • 5i— _^. >I-.—~ • w the --;.:;; : %  : %  • • ~ Ri :%  : MALEAH fXGS JEWISH COMMVXITY CESTER "r • r> la v B Kj| : -**-.:-• r.i: ; Baetttai I T. -e lsre:. evia te guest speaker Subject of %  t-c : s scheduled t? BmmtmUy Qsassal Be S-ved In M ai i Ark Mrs. Phihp G*Uf will be -d hostess =: HM Oneg S-"-*wOit faflewiag Blifiiaj rDcraonj strnm .-e i: 9 ajn. erecd Heim vial discuss the : -cr. Mi^cba is at 5 p.ax, fclkwed by Maa.-.•TEST MIAMI JEWISH CESTER Id Pndaj eveniDg : -A late m •---.-.-. for t-M z tad be .v new rr-err.Rabbi .-.. —:"...-.£ .r so-djled ior E.3C' ~ .-.*.-. 8sbb ShT.arysr.7 SwmJcy %  .., diicusi Tie P..:. C^ A F Mar. A class in Talmud .; iHpf j Miacbe will be •. : p -., followed by SbakM Ccne^^atiea r; ire at ;: UB ::-.lemj H^: • t • MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL AXL COSGRECATIOS ria b .; -•-•'£ n uke s it j-jo P-sc Seta mini •I r_^i^ Simcr. :'..-:aad its Je Let Us Build A \: 5 %  F ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER ..: hold rrr_:^: I ":.;_;. i-. £ I; ; rr. v..:Revere-; ?.;i-1: E Brill :ii.::-:r:z Artr.jr Deataek, eswirmea cf the Religious Conxmittee, -x.'.'. c Waten An Or.eg S:.i:u: I Dow Services will bzg-. ^: taa. Satui a aj r Robert S G rr.ir.. s-:r. :i Mr and Mrs Sirr'-e! G:: .-.£ services are scbec.-ed fcr S am Cl::tcrc St-irt s-:n ^ XL£ nd MrsAlfred F.-i_-„< aJB baegeae Bar Mteial Rabbi Isaac Ever v...: f' Mmcha :s at : z ~ '. .. ?d ty %  wama. Seudos and Maa.iv Daily *s are it fc iC a TT... axd at 5:30 pun. the Rirr; wfl] coetinw ccursesca Jewish pers:r.il:T:es :'. the past Canter Jacob Bcrr.st*:r •.!. render the rr.us.ci. p,.-t-.r.= -'. i.'.'. Krvioes Aaatstjag r • • Sirbitr. P.eid_-gs -xil] :Sumx Barbara Ccnr.. Ueaa L Robert Levitt Joel Rabin. Ina Sebwartx ir.z G.cc-s Wilbaxoi • • • SORTH SHORE JEWISH CESTER wfl] haU li:e f evezung ---...-; it c :; d I United N '• %  '-the mt set I Ral -.-_%  Ban %  I E : I %  %  %  I : Sbalee SeCOSGRZGAZICS 3E7H JACOB wfl] bold Friday evening rices at 5:19 p ~. Saturday rr.:rning serv.ces ; re scheduled for I L BabW ma*H Mesfloff wfll discuss: Tr.e Old BaWfltr In A New "A'crid Cant Aaron wesngartan wfl] chant *Jie Lluigy. Junior services are sdsatfjdai fcr 9 a rr... In the David Whitman HaU under the d:rection cf B. KamenrtzivMtacba is at 5 :5 r.-r... mOowad by Sbal ?-:_;.= Rabbi ileachelofl will ;.i._-5 UK W c e-:!> F :t: D a a a CORAL GAELES JEWISH CE'iTER win hold Friday e.emag services It i IS p rr... with Bar.;.. Mcr:_s £x:p officiating r.c Cantrr Lrvmg F. bim n :.-.i.-.ting the liturgy Mn Sam Sebulefand. I president cf the Sisterhood, will re boat si the Cr.eg Shabbat (ring .r %  '. :.-.e birthday oi her buabaad charter merr.be.cf the Center .\s part cf United Nat' a'i Week. Rabbi Sx: p -...I d^.^so Tr.e Vcice Of Israel Am;ax Niticns Saturdaj teorning s*r\; : flwp. Lit•-! XX* P-iOiklH. DOMWII Syr.;cr.-vi ;ji XW XnJ A tsnM MOT Acaac-r, U-ii!>*Gr., Ortlx-3l "-r^to^T : %  : EJHB Mar.! Baeck '-iiim. Baaeo—R>" I L*wWA -vi!v( v. MB. *imi l l|>n S4-t: -:•-:>: %  • AnrB, onhodii ?w :"• %  InawJ Nortf. Da*-R.kE^JJ. %  raUn v H.w*y. North V Scrtu tiwt L. m tx. • • '-= *" T€4 UTM4-I -" S* !" j"^ rrr. ".JT XE :*:V-t^t Mrw — :A "' Mii.r • wimiH •-. ••• :.t %  %  V:.-*t )tri*' %  *! ** a. srami art t X"tr—R.• MKIIUli 44 .e'TiX vr> F-:J. ".S*^' 1 x K : i 1* S •-•. *t. V #• %  -•'••* ". •< • %  ntt't-c *t --.:tr J"vJ tt-?i a* ieo... ... • t t- =•: ; • • %  %  •*? 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j-RIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1952 *Jewistiflcricfiatn PAGE ,4 Shown center with shovels are Herman Fisher, chairman of the Board of Trustees and Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, breaking ground i r • ve additional classrooms to accomodate the Center Re|io ovs School's roster of some 500 pupils. Also scheduled erected are a study for the Rabbi, an educational office C::-.'cr Irving Robinson and a Board of Directors Meeting Rccm. Looking on (left) is Herbert Gelernter, builder. At ; ?s A. Edgar Miller, Center president. State Of Israel To Cite Hadassah Chapter Here Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. presi I IT! of the Greater Miami Chupter of Hadassah, this week announced that at a November 3rd Menibrrship Meeting the State of Israel will present the Chapter with a j Scroll of Honor for its wholeI hearted cooperation in the Israel Bond campaign. Mrs. Weinstein quoted Israel's Ambassador to the United States. | Abba Eban, who told the National Economic Conference for Israel at Atlantic City recently: "More work, more sacrifice, more intensified responsibility are needed." "Let Hadassah lead the way, and the rest will follow," Mrs. Weinslein added. "Show them what we can do for Israel, and, in doing for Israel, bring honor to Hadassah." Other speakers at a brunch for the Hadassah presidents and bond chairmen were Peggy • Kaplan, Hadassah Bond coordinator, and Mrs. Harry Gersten. chairman of the Greater Miami Women's Division, State of Israel Bonds campaign. Tropical Chapter Opens Member Treat Series Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold the first in a series of Membership Treats on Tuc.-day evening, October 28th, 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Irving F;nestone. 1870 Biarritz Drive. Miami Beach. Featured will be a skit, Third %  'arty, and a film on B'nai B'rith. General chairman is Mrs. Sam Rose, -wjth Mrs. Lcroy Levy in charge of the program. Judy Shapiro Addresses Youth On Radio Forum Judy Shapiro, recently returned from a summer tour of Israel, will be heard in a series of broadcasts on Simon Seiden's Jewistt Forum oi the Air start.n^ Sunday, October 26th, 10 a.m., ow c station WMIE. Miss Shapiro will bring m< usages to youtii of the Greater Miami community regarding Israel's current program of upbuilding. She is the daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. David Shapiro. en's participation in the forthcoming campaign for the al School sponsored by Yeshiva University in confirs. Bess Glasser, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, and cami „ bo-chairmen Samuel C. Levenson and R. Williams Apte. The meeting was held Monday afternoon at the BLscayrie Terrace Hotel. Vrvviviv lAinvhvs Shi i'I Friday Edward Clarke will open the -eiies of Preview Lunehi on Friday. October 31st, p.m., at the Miami Women's Club. t Luncheons will be open to those holding University of Midi!,: Syr phony Club Cards. Junia Sells will be at the piano for Mr. Clarke .". the series' opener. Singli :ukets for the first symphony concert, November 2nd and 3rd, will go on sale at all ticket offices on Monday, October 27th. may be purchased at the i rsity, the Downtown Ticket A r idon's. Bookworm and at the Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Beth Sholom Sisters Plan Annual Bazaar Mesdames Sol Goldstein, Lewis Loeb, Michael Steckloff, Jules ; Bloch, L. H. Zitt, Ben Lewis. Ben Lond, Irving. Rothman, Jack Abbott and Frank Kamen will be hostesses at a brunch at 12 noon Ion Wednesday, October 29th, in I the Banquet Hall of Temple Beth Sholom. Purpose of the brunch is to gather merchandise for the forthj coming Annual Bazaar of the Sisterhood. Any article of men's 'wear constitutes the price of adl mission, according to Mrs. Aaron ; Farr, Sisterhood president. Halloween Party Follows Flamingo Court Meeting Flamir.go Court No. 12, Order the Amaranth, will meet on Monday, October 27th. 8 p.m.. at 4'1'.< Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach. Royal Matron Mrs. Sol Meringo'f announces a Halloween Party to be held after the • :riL.. Hebrew School Sisters To Hold Party, Meet The Miami Hebrew School and Congregation Sisterhood will hold a Games Party at the Synagogue on Sunday evening, October 26th. 8 p.m. The Sisterhood will also meet on Tuesday afternoon, October 28th, 1 p.m.. according to an announcement by Mrs. Edward L. Becker, president. "Quit yer beefin', Bub! Didn't you just hear the Washington Boys say Americana .never had it so good f Sick of Wc" 9 VOTE for EISENHOWER & NIXON Republican State Committee of Florida In Miami... Breakstone's NEW LOW PRICE -19 ^ a container lAUPER FLAVOR! Recommended by LEADING HEALTH AUTHORITIES AS A BASIC FOODHIGH IN PROTEINLOW IN CALORIES I For better digestion and regularity, try this wonderful nourishing food, and eat vour way to better healthl AT ALL NEIGHBORHOOD STORES AND SUPERMARKETS ,f Ne Children's DeM*! •lEMON fLAVORED YOGURT Miami Office 153 NJB. 29th SU, Phone 82-4731 % %  ^ %  HMMHI



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alDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1952 vjfwisti ftor id/tun PAGE? Meet Rabbi Mescholoff To Serve >,< OIMI Torm As President Of J.\'F HyinR for an Israeli R.ibb, Moses Meschcloff will acaiii serve as president of the newish National Fund Council-i>f ISouth Florida, having been reLlccted unanimously at a general -meeting. The while line, and [4* 1W prised of delega.tes from twenty six organizations of the area, representing 6,000 Zionists. Other officers who will serve this year chairman of the Executive Board, Leon J. Ell, honorary chairnan; Benjamin Appel, Saui Ashkenazy. Lillian Bogdan, Manuel Jurstein, Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, Abraham Mason, Gil Rappaport BnH Mrs. Solomon Halpern, vice icnts; Sam Schachno, financial secretary; Mrs. Barnett BeckIfrman. recording secretary; Mrs. larry Rogers, assistant recording ecretary; Cantor Samuel Kelefcrrr. treasurer; and Ehiel LesoIwoder. comptroller. Saul Ashkenazi, chairman of |the nominating committee, was lafsisti-d by Samuel Prosterman IjNormun Lyons, Mrs. Emanuel [Kargi r, Dr. Harry Queen. Mrs. iLrna Pushkin and Mrs. Irwin Ma\y< \ sky in preparation of the slate. Announcement is made by RabIbi Mescheloff of the completion %  of the purchase of three groves 111 i planted in Israel. Presentation of the certificates will be lir.ade at a special function. Tribute will also be paid to Ted iGibson. Jr., of Miami, who died Ijn an air crash over Switzerland an Israeli air in whose memory a grove of 1,000 trees was planted. The Reverend Theodore Gibson, of Miami, will receive the certificate honoring his son. Council is com! The family of the late I. R. Goodman will be presented with a certificate honoring him. Goodman died while serving his term as president of the Zionist Council of South Florida early in May. A grove of 1.0000 trees was planted in his memory, Rabbi Meschcloff said. Sn im-Danve At I uzmus Homo Mrs. Murray Lazarus, of 3120 SW 26th Street, membership BONDS FOR BAR MITZVAH. As part of a plan to honor every celebration with the gift of an Israel Bond, the first in a series of Bonds For Bar Mitzvah was the occasion for the purchase of a bond for Rudolfo Kellerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bonds For Bar Mitzvah Program Is Initiated Here A new phase of the Israel Bon?. Campaign has been launched with the formation of a Committee on Bonds For Celebrations. Cantor Samuel L. Kelemer and Jacob Fishman, who won a trip to Israel last spring for his outstanding record in the sale of Bonds for Big Day, arc co-chairmen. The Committee will contact all Rabbis of Greater Miami for advance information on Bar Mitzvahs scheduled for their calender, weddings and other events. The Bonds for Bar Mitzvah phase of the program has already taken hold, with several planned chairman of the Miami Lodge,! B'nai Brith Women, will spon-1 Alberto Kellerman. of Managua. Nicaragua, by his aunt and sor a Swim-Luncheon at her \ unc e Mr. and Mrs. Desiderio Kellerman, who celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at the same time. Left to right jior early in November. The first are Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, Rudolfo, his | ook P lacc at Temple Beth Sholaunt and uncle and Cantor Samuel L. Kellermer. who taught | o m wlth R u abb L iMiM M m tumm Ml IISCAYNl SIVD. PH.2-3161 Junior Hadassah To Hear Popkin The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will meet at the home of Miss Miriam Scheinberg. 420 NW 44th Avenue, on Tuesday, October 28th, 8 p.m. Guest speaker will be Herman Popkin, director of the Southern Region, Zionist Youth Commission. According to Miss Elaine Schwartzman, president, the Unit is also scheduling a Membership Party at the home of Miss Annette Levitt,. 2518 SW 12th Street, on Saturday evening, November 1st, with members of Sholem and Tropical Lodges, B'nai B'rith, invited. Complete md be/Km/aM <3//e Semee M IAMI TITLC Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE) Title Insurance Pelides of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reservei Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 ...and ftood taW* IU wake loul Start an Insured DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS account NOW! Make a habit of saving something regularly...no matter hotc little. You'll be glad you did. Your SAVINGS here are INSURED up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Your SAVINGS here will EARN liberal dividends for you twice a year at the current rate of mtwuM TO PKOMOTi SAVING... Wf HAVI AN ATTSACTIVf FRff GIFT fOA NIW SAVERS. SIS THfM IN OUR WINDOWS NOW. OfHI LIMITED... SO HURRY 1 MAIN OFFICE 45 N.I. in Avenue JOSEPH M. UPTON, PniiJt'l AUAFATTAH BRANCH 1394 N.W. Jeth Street Our Resources Exceed 42 Million Dollars %  LjeM



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Cuba, ^* l •* %  Rerur-.inc hei yesterday from a mne-weer ;_• -; r cue Isrce; were Mx. and Mrs. Leo BnMaati ~-~V" %  Jr3 v-^:tea e.cbt European countnes and obserresheca ffia Kclv Dcys in Tel AT-T. •* Mc Mis AJ Cbcykm. oi 4365 SW 2nd Sae, • %  Ho. %  -aa •ie r_-;. c: •--€„• scLesbe Ira. on October .1 -11* HMOrkd HMBatiai Tr.e Ens was heid on Sunc:Zz—^-'y? *. %  r.everend A^rahcm SeJ oihciating. '"" %  Morns Simcn. pesident oi the Cora] Gafclet ZICBM > -j.r bat returned ire— Scrannah. Georgia where -* cr.-"*i ie Ccr.ver.ticn c: he South eastern Zionist Rec.r.v. ; -'."^ z mtmbm c: e Eecxn s ExecutiTe Committee. recently crcduC.ed hem Judge Advocate Generc; Schoo ''% ersity ci Virginia d ChariottesviEe. Foilowmc c exltn to, here, -hey w-;i: iecve for C ant Zukcrnick ;s cerrr rnentjy stctioned. %  tag ." -., ir. Q%r ae wti •.• .r r.a; af aer ineads lae sarae r:me they er* %  -7 c: aer AJ Kaa Mrs. Hyrraa Lietoer ae s • wsaera ir-t sea^s -aitresr^aa ae-wi tac-^: lr^ siasaaerv Dorotty—"Oi rci 5re wr.res 1 ::cnc ts i rT"-rjt-a^sJ icr tae US a -b'.ir r>i.:r S*r*-.r* ar. ria,~er-ae:err.ar arc;-r"_ Tan a lb* gal who f> .s*,-c rrt V :: V. -: rt rerema; Humar. P.e.atjrus. rtiaeeher—? 7ai=t Pssassi J t: :.-* ";-eo at :-t V :: Chicsgo oc that Hjevaapec eejear-ar •.-.:.cc— x.^ei =.;r. srhoo: and acllege :_—-• air* -^. ;. = :( ;.-.t eacae eye—ir_r-c .: rreas-^rec up !*i" PZST :t: Mi-'. "rtna. Ten Go.dsteia s SAiaoher Shop '*_:ar P.aac. Seasariaaa. ;$ rae wars tor his coior-flau Rose Wrisj i: -.r.e Siephea FoMei has h e ea weiaacung ac old friend Texaa. .'tap* St^er i t^rer DMs : raaw san; the other day that Lou L-y c^: :ru :.-. MsflCaaalSi Leryi ngar-aaac =-.aa tcr i .rag t-aae his been Gladys Gold2-ta r-^rre=-_T :.-.-.- %  : tr-a-_: ^jrara; • sew home. Added furnish aag arerry saor w_: ae rr CV.'r-rir's second hahy Rerumed frcea New Tack M reriae peraiaaenily w-.ta ai is Bea N-n-us school BB^ z-ti J Eesae.. w_iz aer It-year -old Reaa. They > been back bead ui weecs Baaa Reaa s a: 1*-i^'..ii school and Baas in the Basra Scai ;f£.ae Be* i ^ery acoc fnendi ar Kat aad Roddy Rood. C5 TOOaV Bea^nfv. Raz Werner was aatfas, up has desk uaa tnad the • er day sc SAC acu^d carat the next plane to Kasaau. tc Tisil bat • —ac t^ier Raj r-^ss tae works in oo* Croas' a9ency Aad a_rf ner saagarer Fr-eca was hospilalixed. Mrs. Max Fine hiimiil araunc wrst sra aarr;.a Joyce. They were njeying dinner the otbar itaj: a: Hejer and ea Tack s boat hi Surf side. EELATEr. MFT PflaHltaSl welcome te Rabbi Abrahato 0—1 Jeeec neigaaor oc our lElh Street: ... Tear was Irving Firae. lndussanoosiy carting around in Food Faxr weeaanc maraating with ha rwo cniidran. I noticed, be came has BBSSl BOS had ksal aaackad over a piia oi boxad candy, aad was rep-acmg laesc I stopped and said: ~WalL whadday* usr cud ma* is t sug slack of eaanad pinetppie ;uice." I tt-oashi ae looked cnacred. js find that adulzs can ba-aven. worse. ~Z T;a laid ana. ~Z wilZ now pe hack aad de-'-ri testae eoox." PEOPLE UD KFWS Karns Saaior ^ the postoffica. says he had a bang-up time on %  sen York vacaxioc The Bombay s Bc Kauffanan was hSaaSBBBM rack t=ai week loaded w^c aoruaczs and reaerTacjcns Ma* Benk^ %  w^j t: tae Lae.raoauss seems to haT copped one of the grandes:•cioed social pcrtie: o: t> year. For t pay whs doear : like 'pohaes." but reaiiaed aT-to-soor. taey made tae difieren-. e berweec good or bad civic development. Karla M. f — %  s Free Pa.m ar ran up a waLopiag ote. "We poi the her: soys m.' ae reports ot the coune-lxaanic elections so fcnailing watt fire aad fury us taere He and Addie are tossing hamBWSJPSI tvjtin: e: their Kevatone houae Sunday, for a reunion of 'sM friends taey hadn't seer, since the battles opened. Eright-eyed Jean ."sensor drcrt in few days ago from White P.tint and picked tae Continental. She's one of thoae rarities—a ccnatmarjoe sooa. director and beeubeian. Enthus-as:.; kids p a rkin g blankets aad sweeten for this weekends Young Jodaa conclave include Beach classmate* Joe Murray. M-r--am Tuck, e^na ram end my Brett. They simp!y can't wa;: .V-! \: — • r.z-'..:-:-:'..zxri lace Q a ad : with B = rwacs t.-i.r. : imp acted T u rttsehed t ; t.ira st i Res and f*ec r. = E • ---•-.-; .i the Mi md MB. Scnl I. Kenholz hove returnee c:.-? : n c summer spent hi Cchiomia and New York. Azaooa -e-- they v.sited were Rene Denver and Las Veecs A •_-.; •; 'fe'^,. stcrte Ncncncl rcrk w-s also c highlight oi the.; WBI^ Vesting he: Jaugbs s T !lrs. Russell Ertmc:: '.'.'DO inert Long Islcnd. New York, is Mrs. Idc Hartz 22;. Sooth Mkaa Avenue. A r-e .. t.ue ;*"* ATTENTION! i c i p v E • T '.-.V Btl r^ VE BtOTSl. — -C-EL -OWE C*NE = 5 :>• e*-Toe-u,. 4 Ect-.c Apt' j-.ti £NP£P P ,'ACESON REFRJGERATOR SERVICE •!-££• P -CS£ U f honor ra E.i.r. w-.;BOO Si."-i:i "•'•" lis-'r. : n r EW.-: BBSB was Btanlej G*lle: E;l.;. GeHei CT.Z Harfej WOUSOB were .—*-..-;-e.-= Newrrwed Mrs. w.:.'i.:r. was pwwaaswi frosg Murr.: Beach H.f.Schw.1 tad attended the Uwjversrt) .: Florida sad tr.c L'aiwenatj f Mhawa TIBE hrhwag --•rr. stss ^ i c i -c led irirr. Do:;r*str: H.^r. 5 BosSoa, laksswcnusetti tad ..;-rrerc> hi : BshM A recepuoo followed the :c.-e%  J "-'-S rrenl Tr.e cou!•• Bsw t Nssssw for the:.%  aske] %  n tod wil n M;HBB Bf i -. r. their rel Kfa *ir ;o *Zf f/Vf OSHff C£J Divinely rich j and delicious!. And so wosy re bake.' Tempting, cnocoesrfy Devil's Food Cake Try this woaderfdl shortcut to old-tashiooed kosher home-baking' So tots no tncks — ia add water and an. tor the tcftcct. most lmaotn Doiii Food Cake joi'vt eer tasted! Wi •eke kQOKi test it tom* teat it wfTTfI Daniel Salzman Is Bar Mitzvah Here De.-.:< *•' t:s Salzman was Bar kfxtZVSs r. .'.: r:.;; •:..:.; Or•I • Hat Bet* T. C -pegati a. BabW 81 T S • afficasted A rsospt %  v.;:; r^ held t-.e Bar wDtaWSwl'i r B Sw rv enini Oetstaf Msl r -.. .t hssm -t r...pr asrt i Be is i B I .Mr and -'--; Batry Saliman, 22C-8 SW litStreet Going Formal 9 Chaplain In Japan ?..?•. UawSwasBi David F.aao. VI Corp* Headcirt'rs .? now in the Orient and bM z**.ssjtned £5 Jewish Cr.ii.i.r. renal -11 oi the So.-.BhwwwM inc HokL.eutenar.t Ri.sc .5 a ior%  Miami Rirr w t a that it area* :!-•:. m-t • aty^a. t-;:t • &f ittea. Cemte Swtf t if.ciwe.ne hc-t PHONE 4&-2084 UNIVERSITY CJ MEN'S SHOP Poace De Lecc Bcalrnrd Coral Cablet %  • •om .% 4% "nte-erl MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. i/HTrfi|!£|,aea.-.e.i SUNSHINE FASHIONS I :••HARRIS FOOD I'KOIM i Ts Mc-n-u] -•-. sad ZJ tZrtbatOrj MAYOKHAISE • PICKLES e COIfDIMErTTS • SPICES 4421 M.W. 22rd Are. Miami. norida Phone 64-0747 Miami Miami Beach Ft. Laudardale • West Pala Beaei 2 7 STORY FIRilPHOOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SHVEB & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE' BOOMS LOCAL HAULTJfG PACKING >VANTED LOAD OB PART LOAD TO AND FBON_ NEW YORI OR VICINITY ALSO THE MTDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LOMC DISTANCE DOOH-TO DOOl WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. 1st Ae-. • JVS MIAMI'S OLDEST rUHITUlC MOVE"'



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) A Y, OCTOBER 24. 1952 fJewisti fkridinun \almuth To Head u< It Branch I, 8 Nursery School Parenty, ers meeting held in the Branch, Greater Miami [ish Community Center, Mrs. Ion Sirkin, acting chairman, ,ounced that Nathan Malmuth [been named chairman of the rfiam Committee of the group. f will be assisted by Mrs. Sel%  Kantor and Mrs. Selma Rabilitz. nominating committee coning nf the Mesdames Selma linowitz. Selma Kantor, Ethel bowitz, Toba Seff and Mr. on Maumuth was also named Irold Siegel Bar ftzvah Tomorrow ild Siegel will become Bar |vah tomorrow morning, 9 at the North Dade Jewish ler. Bar Mitzvah is actively ^ged in organizing a Teen Age up at the Center and serves %  the Membership Committee. |v;is one of four delegates en to represent the Center -c United Synagogue Youth mention recently held in the I Juan Hotel. is also a member of*the kh Dade Junior Congregation [will attend Post Bar Mitzvah les tin re. \r. Of Mr. David Siegel, 40 NE Street. North Miami, found: the North Dade Jewish Cents Kiddush will be held in his following the Bar Mitzvah jnony. si of honor will be his |oniother,-Mrs. L. Dreyfus. PAGE 9 Miss Terese Ann Blumberg Weds Baseball Star Flip Rosen In Alabama Nuptial Rites On Sunday evening, October 12th, Miss Terese Ann Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Blumberg, Dothan, Alabama, became the bride of Albert Leonard Rosen, Cleveland, Ohio, son of Mrs. Sol Gould, Forest Hills, New York. The single ring ceremony was performed in Dothan's Temple |£manu-El, with Rabbi Meyer Marx officiating. Miss Zelda Gross Weds Robert Gregg In Rites At Monte Carlo; Leave For Havana Given in marriage by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gross, Miss Zelda Gross, of 711 85th Street. Miami Beach, became the bride of Robert Harold Gregg on October 18th, at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, officiated. Cantor Edward Klein assisted. Maid of honor was Miss Leila Gross, sister of the bride. Larry Steinhardt, uncle of the groom,, was best man. Ring bearer was' Daniel Robinson, with the Misses Maxine Kasselman and Carol Mae Rose acting as flower girls. Ushers were Jerry Gross, Herbert Hirschberg, Jerald Hirschberg, Herbert Weinstock, William Rogers, Jimmy Coplan, Larry Hollander and Stanley Wolfman. The former Miss Gross was ati tired in a gown of imported, chantilly lace bodice over white I satin. Her skirt was of two layers of nylonnet with a peplum of nylon Serwdian pleated tulle. Her illusion nylon veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls and beads." She Carried white orchids one Bible. For something old. the ring bearer carrted o White satin pillow that the bride's mother used on her own wedding day. NewlyWed Mrs. Gregg was graduated from Miami Beach High School and is now associated with Mount Sinai Hospital. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Irene Hartney, Miami and New New York, also graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the Universities of Flor. ida and Miami. An alumnus of \ Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, he j is currently associated with the j firm of Philbin & Coine. The couple flew to Havana. Cuba, for their honeymoon and will reside here on their return. *w\ V „M 1 *: ^3i i • -. %  ...., Harold Siegel )SITION WANTED AS COMPANION • NURSE KOSHER COOKING FOR 1 or 2 PEOPLE CALL 58 5609 Wedding music was under the direction of Mrs. Lee Shugerman, aunt of the bride, who played the traditional marches and nuptual preludes with violin accompaniment by Mrs. E. N. PolIan. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her cousin. Miss Felicia Orovitz, of Miami Beach. Mrs. Jerry Rosen, of Miami, sister-inlaw of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Miss Henni Goldman, Miami; Miss Janice Schwartz, Chicago; Mrs. Maurice Furchott, Atlanta; Mrs. Leon May and Mrs. Edward Eskind, Nashville, Tennessee; and Miss Robbie Ann Haisten and Mrs. Coke Jones, Jr., Dothan. Serving as junior bridesmaids were Miss Beverly Blumberg and Miss Helen Blumberg, of Dothan, and Miss Susan Bass, of Miami. Mary Blumberg, daughter Alabama; and Maurice Kraselsky, Dothan. Given in marriage by her father, newlywed Mrs. Rosen wore an original creation of diamond white bridal satin and French ', Point D'Lyons lace. The molded lace bodice, which fastened in the back, was designed with Elizabethan collar and long sleeves ending in calla points over the hands. The collar and sleeve points were encrusted with seed pearls. Bands of the same pattern lace adorned the satin skirt which ended in a cathedral train. Her triple-tiered veil of illusion covered the bride's face and was attached to a French hand made filagree crown of pearls. Formed of three white orchids, the bridal bouquet was showered with white satin ribbons and tiny wedding bells of chantilly lace. In attendance from Miami were Clifford Frank Is* Rar Mitzvah Here Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Frank of 1840 Cleveland Road, Miam; Beach, announce the Bar Mitz1 vah of their son, Clifford Stuart. : tomorrow morning, October 25th. at the Ahavas Israel Synagogue Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate and address the Bar Mitzvah. Clifford Stuart is a student at the Nautilus Junior High School and is in the eighth grade. He received his religious training at the Ahavas Israel Synagogue. A reception in his honor will be held tomorrow evening, 7:30 p.m., at the Sorento Hotel sssVR^ WB Mrs. Robert H. Gregg A Name To Remember DE-JAY CERAMICS. INC. MIAMI: 6229 N.E. 2nd Ave MIAMI BEACH: 741 Dade Blvd. Ceramic Supplier School of Ceramics Call 89-6090 or 5-5256 WANTED SALESMAN FOR JEWISH CEMETERY P.O.B. 218. Tamiami Station Miami. Fla. ROOM & BOARD for 1 or 2 persons in private horns. Strict attention to diets. Couple of blocks from ocean and synagogue. TV. Call 5-6243 of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blumberg,! Mrs. Gertrude Levine, the brideJELIABLE BABY SITTER Bed middle-aged lady wishes lit with children evenings, section. Excellent referencWl 82-4316. and Marcia Orovitz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Orovitz, of Miami, were flower girls. Jerry Rosen, of Miami, served as best man for his brother, the nationally known athlete and star of the Cleveland Indians Baseball Team. Leading the progroom's erandmother: Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman, aunt of the bridegroom: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rosen, brother and sister-in-law of the brideeroom: Mrs. A. Orovitz, the bride's grandmother: Mr. and Mrs. David Bass and children. Bobby and Susan, aunt and dauehter. Felicia, uncle of the bride: and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Orovitz, uncle of the cessional were David Blumberg, of the bride: Mr. Max Orovitz Miami; Herbert Blumberg, University of Alabama; Louis Tose, Norristown, Pennsylvania; Henry Bronner, Shreveport, Louisiana: bride. Joe anter, St. Louis, Missouri: Joel Morris, Nashville, Tennessee; Harold Blach, Jr., Birmingham, Rabbi Abraham Sachs is now crl home |and wants to thank all of the Officers and Members of the Israelite Center |and all of his friends for. taking such an interest while he was bs the hospital. |He will always remember and appreciate this. [He also wants to thank the Rabbis of Miami and Miami Beach who came to see him in the hospital |And trusts that he will have the opportunity to further express his gratitude ior the many kindnesses shown him Friends from Miami included Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Mrs. M. L. ShaDiro, Mrs. Jerome Goodman, Mr. Ross Sobel and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Feuer, formerly of Miami. A reception followed the ceremony at the Dothan Country Club. The couple then left for j a wedding trip to Mexico. Thev will reside on Miami Beach following their return until Mr. Rosen reports for spring training with the Cleveland Indians at Tucson, Arizona. TYLER. ANDERSON AND RIFE Ccrti/iftd Public Accountants ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF THEIR OFFICES iJi Li..TO surrEr248:'iE^:t>AN AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 150 SOUTHEAST THIRD AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA lei A isw !\u iitefi • ...-'. lebnaiq iu 1. W. J. TYLER, C. P. A. I K. F. ANDERSON, C. P. A. JOHN W. RIFE, C. P. A. TELEPHONE 2-1741 !tr— DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. Sth Street Phone S-M01 AL MEIDENBERQ, Owner <. IC A \ I ori:\i\(. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28th. 1952 Harry's Kosher Meats (FORMERLY KENHOLZ) For your pleasure and convenience we will carry a full line of Meats. 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* %  Jfmist FkrrJkW I.-rl Pfcillip* T %  .: r .t— a ..: : • : v mh;' %  %  Badassah Opefts 38th Annual Convention In Detroit Sunday; Abba Eban Will Speak Abraham Mason Wins Prize At Hebrew Academy %  — %  %  ; M : ZU %  -' %  Zz— s-~ : : % % %  %  n : -ti*TXr%  %  Ft. Lauderdale Springs Offers Chauffer Service Apartment Group Has Victory Dance A Victory Mwliiiiliiii Drive T>-rf Diace will be held by ApiTtUMBt A*nnttxcce 5 l if w aat:-: >. Otbt and %  TODAY OCTCWR., 9= A <4 | 7 l-=.;v • T -. : ; n DEAVS FAMOUS WAFFLE SHOP • I %  P I HN steaaalr a* I r I • %  -. :* i-K-i,---. Dec • tceredBtad 1' %  • i la;.: %  i^; Hir-i. =-.!_-£ Earle. Orr Debate At Beth Sholom %  i T -: 7%  • : e foc. Li:* l ----r %  Tar-*fr :+ dat :i-;.:i:;. : ; Jack : ::• r : WTVJ ram m. ftrja:-oi ri n : • an! M ASE FOR Kosher Products ct your LOCAL DELICATESSEN 5 MABXE7 laafli rul cars, one ;: :,: A—. _--.-*:•.•-: A **l Miami Mrn To llottl irnlir* -iti %  -...-.*-. 7 ': %  .--. %  --• TA *ill : : ; r. Philosopher On Radio N*v nach:*: I : • '.": %  •• B -" L i .-•3:-kFl5 c WlfBM 1B> Home Auxiliary To Meet On Tuesday The r-..-rjee-ur.£ *-lx GrtiM trai Wancali Ini2iar> H -• %  • :rie Af T. -:y. I : i: :rjt 7. .-..i.r. :-: %  %  • r 4 : v Mr; 5. 5J %  DOC ::• %  --.---.-•• %  : l :'. L : A A I F-. • Pan • ~ Fia it the Casa i B 1' %  --' s a .:-• : :• cjai j ae= att oj tbj cxetuti e ?(•:!• .dfeirIJRK it Scacwr i ,T3r ?_'-DJC HOr? WKEX — d'X. ZK YOTC DM. T3E JETTSs PHZOSDPHEr Bka Mar r me eh-ins Jacob Schachter HOFJtAJT R. LTOIW 3T3IG PHTTRA-Cr fe&^ K=kt —•• ^1^ "" 1 mum roor srec^iTss co. MB RZ ins MK %  %  Hi Forum Will Hear Professor Larson Guest spe&i:: m\ Dr D:ri-d ?. Lir> -: G: %  -.-•. ir.z %  : I AH DeI G • "' :Al 5-^ke ED SAYINGS Industrial SAVINGS BANK t:t m t Mn l£Q*K*2L AKSS.*m*** I*** U W. Rocjkf St. to T



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Uy, OCTOBER 24, 1952 JlliT Brothers [ash In Plane fa i-seater airplane struck a ^ r yne near Tapiiami Airport and crashed, bringing jy to two young Miamians. Miller, 21, of 3470 SW 10th in the passenger's seat, red a fractured skull, crushed other broken bones. : ither, Martin who piloted bane, 24, of 36200 SW 9th L.. received facial cuts, a Ltd skull, concussion and fkc.n hip. accident occurred when lane's undercarriage caught top wire of a 60-foot high line, throwing it nose vard and crashing into the iral Group To iiimc Sessions Choral Group of the SisC'l of Temple Beth Sholom |p t n its season with a coffee a.m., October 28th, at the |ci its chairman, Mrs. AlexKogan, 3722 Royal Palm i fter the group will meet lay morning at 10 a.m.. Social Hall of the Temple. [Choral Group is conducted Samuel Kelemer, and c,T)p".nist is the Temple's it. Herman Fried. Officers Coup in addition to Mrs. Mi sdames Louis Shapiro, rer: Rhea Katz, secretary; [Gordon, librarian; Michael icial secretary; and Lou Ian, publicity chairman. 35 Store Offers I Nineties Prizes ps totaling $1,000 in merpe are offered by merof Cobbs Country Store pars of a Gay Nineties Old and Dress contest, which conducted in connection •• opening celebration of Ittle Riv,r Shopping and i'.i n Center, November lugh 21st. DADE MEN [.'lens Club of the North •vish Center recently met newly elected officers eg. Plans are being comfor the Old Fashioned pance t > be held at the CenISaturday evening, Novemf-. 9 p.m. Walter Johnson i Caloosahatche River faml furnish the music. Beach Young Adults To Meet Wednesday Ed Klein, president of the Miami Beach Young Adults, said early this week that the next meeting of the group will be held in the Social Hall of the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Wednesday, October 29th. 8:30 p.m. The program will be an Eternal Light playlet entitled, Solomon Shechter, followed by a talk by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Program chairman is Claire Kail. Bob Stone, social chairman, said that the social committee will meet at 8 p.m., Wednesday, to complete arrangements for a Paid-Up Membership on November 15th. Oberman Heads New Art Group On October 15th, the^iewly formed Miami Beach Community Ait Group unanimously elected William Oberman as its first president. Oberman is a local artist and art instructor. The group, consisting of amateur artists, art lovers and hobbyists, meets every Wednesday evening at 8 p.m., in the Pallette House of the Center for a twohour session of sketching and painting from models and still life. Other officers elected were the Mesdames Alexander Kogan, vice president; Michael Forman, secretary; M. H. Rosenhouse, treasurer: Robert Bloch. recording secretary; and Leonore Curtice, publicist. Gables Sisters Meet The Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood will meet on Mondayevening, October 27th, 8:15 p.m.. at the Center. Mrs. Lee Elman is program chairman. ""Jenistif/cricftofi PAGE 11 Josaoh E. RackoTsky 45 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 ROOFING AND T METAL WORKS I y A u "••' rspslred now,y.u P "vi on %  n.w roof UUr l"Stiiretary Work by txp-.incid Mm" WWrtr*"" Luncheon-Card Party The Coral Gables Jewish Center Sisterhood will meet at a Luncheon and Card party on Wednesday, October 29th, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Max B. Messer is chairman. Dr. Kingdon Views Israel's Growth At Bond Dinner Some $20,000 worth of Israel Bonds were sold last week at a dinner given in the Delano Hotel by the Professional Division -of theGreater Miami Committee. Bonds of Israel Government. Speaking at the dinner held in his honor, Dr. Frank Kingdon, editor, radio commentator, and lecturer, said that "every American who comes to the help of Israel thereby comes to the defense of America.'" Israel is already demonstrating the power of a free people, he explained. "It has more than doubled its population in four years. It has turned deserts into fruitful land. It has established industries. It has discovered natural resources hidden in its soil for two thousand years. It has created and developed cities. An investment in Israel is an investment in people who have proved their energy and resourcefulness." Harry Simonhoff, chairman of the Professional Division Dinner, lauding the results of the evening.' indicated that it was the first time that Miami's professional group had ever been assembled for the purpose of bond selling. Judge Irving Cypen was cochairman with Sam Goldfarb sharing the dais. Above is Dr. Frank Kingdon, noted author, radio commentator, world traveler and lecturer, arriving in Miami last Thursday to address the Professional Division of the Greater Miami Committee, Bonds of Israel Government. Greeting Dr. Kingdon as he is presented with a Key to the City of Miami Beach, are (left to right) Councilman Melvin J. Richard, Leo Mindlin and Richard K. Fink. WINZ 50,000 Watts Soon Proudly Presents The Noted Playwright and Commentator MORRIS NASATIR Directing THE YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR-NOW TWICE WEEKLY Sunday — 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Tueiday — 7 to 8 p.m. 3 FEATURES ON SUNDAY 1. A Child Is Born 2. The Rabbis Corner 3. Life Ln Israel 3 FEATURES ON TUESDAY 1. Jewish Humor 2. News From Israel 3. Missing Persons SltOUA CoAe. Good Food l?25 Wellington Avc Miami Beach REUPHOLSTERING YOUR FABRIC OR OURS Decorator's Mfg. Co. 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iy ; OCTOBER 24, 1952 fknistricrkHari PAGE 13 :al Leaders ied To Posts I Zionist Confab Ihe recent Convention of the Eastern Region, Zionist Orfctioti <>f America, held in Inah. Georgia, several memlf the local Zionist District [electI'd to regional offices Jing to the statement of Abramowitz, Regional dinour B. Leibman was electIce president. Others are [Jonas, assistant treasurer; /an Stiaaten, honorary vice P nt. and Harry J. Sonz, Dr. G. I.ytton. Dr. Leo M. LeI.isowoder and S. A. ban, members of the ReAdministrative council. ,... s non, of Coral Gables, lyman Sootln, of Miami lected to the Reg.onal [istra'.ive Council. Gil Rapw.s named vice president ill i if the Young Zionist Bgional budget of $50,000 dopt< d. Speakers included nd Mrs. Seymour B. Leib,nd Fred Jonas, chairman Membership Committee. E\V ACADSWY WOMEN ebrew Academy Women ri a dance on Sunday at the Casa Blanca Hotel Jrs. George Kimmel, Mrs. tomer and Mrs. Samuel U i rliairmen. fur the first social affair Fall season were completed %  a Wednesday noon rr.eet|th< King Arthur Room of xony Hotel. !DANCERS MEET J Folk Dance Group of the |r Miami Jewish Communnter's Beach Branch will Sunday, October 26th, et LAZARUS PARTY Err ma Lazarus Chapter. JYith, will hold its first ^rship ''arty on Sunday. 26th. b p.m., at the SurfHotel. Annette Jakub|membership chairman. :h Center PTA Its At Breakfast PTA of the Miami Beach Center Religious School Did a Get-Together Breaknew and old members on fcsday morning, October |10:30 a.m., in the Center Room, according to Mrs. ore Hankoff, president, for various activities will nulated and the purposes PTA will be clarified. On will be new books recentphased for the Religious 1 Library, as well as the new r rip machine donated to the by the Young Adult Irving Firtel is chairman I Breakfast. ttummaQe Sale \Smt At Ftaglvr Plans for a rummage sale by the Flagler-Gran*da Jewish Community Centfr* Women's Group are now in full swing, according to Mrs. Hy Coverman, chairman. Committee workers include the Mesdames Ralph Lang, Ben Clein and Irving Seid. The sale will be held November 14th and 15th, Mrs. Coverman said. Other plans on the agenda include a Monthly Luncheon at the Center on Tuesday afternoon, 12:30 p.m., with Mrs. Arthur Solomon as chairman and a Women's Bowling League which will meet Monday nights, 9 p.m., at the Palace Bowling Center. Mrs. Leon Bernard is in charge ol information. Senior Teenagers Meet On Mondays The Senior Teen Age Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center met early this week to formulate plans for the Fall season. The Group meets on Monday evenings at 8 p.m., according to Jesse Freed, chairman. A football field has been cleared for the Teen Agers' use by the Center. Beth Sholom PTA To Meet The PTA of Temple Beth Sholom will open its new season with a symposium on Monday evening, October 27th, 8 p.m., in the Temple Patio, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, president. Subject of the symposium will be: When Does Jewish Education Begin And End? Participants are Dr. Jesse Spirer, director of the Guidance Clinic, University of Miami, who will give the psychologist's point of view: Bess Marder. Hebrew teacher on the faculty of Beth Sholom's Religious School; Nancy Rothman, alumnus of the Religious School, and Mrs. Harold Turk, who will represent teacher, student and parent, respectively. Sydney J. Greenberg, educational director of the Beth Sholom Religious School, will serve as moderator. Audience participation will follow. Art Singers Perform At Packer Home Here The Community Art Singers, founded and directed by Dr. Paul Held, presented a musical program at the home of Mrs. Frances Packar, 4600 Prairie Avenue, last Sunday evening. Dr. Held discussed: What 3s The Cultured Voice. Solos were then rendered by Mrs. Frances Packar, Alto; Stella Andre, cf stage, radio and television; and Mrs. Rose Dellerscn, soloist. Smorgasbord Luncheon The B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Gables will hold their Fall Smorgasbord Luncheon at the Coral Gables Women's Club, 1001 East Ponce de Leon Boulevard. on Tuesday. October 28th, 12:30 pjn. Mrs. Leo Past is chairman of the affair. Cards and Mah Jong will complete the afternoon. YOUTH GROUP FORMED A Youth group consisting of boys and girls from the ages of 13 to 18 years is being organized in affiliation with the North Dade Jewish Center under the guidance of Rabbi Harry Ettinger. Ira Catz has been appointed temporary chairman. Anne Hel:'enbein is temporary secretary. Adult Social Group The Adult Social Group of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center will hold an Installation Dance on Saturday evening, November 8th, 9 p.m., at the Sorrento Hotel a patient at Mount Sinai Hospital does not hinder Mrs. Kafka, 75, from observing the ritual of lighting her r-cih candles. Shown with Mis. Kafka are her daughter. I David Joseph, with whom she makes hei home at 3005 J 1 Eay Road. Miami Beach, and Nurses Shirley SelmanopN. and Grace Stienen, RN, whom she considers as cers of her Mount Sinai family. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 153979 HARI.ANI) .I. ZKI.I.AR VS. MAR'SAltET M. ZF.I.I.AR SUIT FOR DIVORLE TO: MARGARET M. ZEI.I.AR You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Plvorce has been tiled against you. and you are required to serve a oopy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill nf Complaint on the ]ilaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN F. KKSS1.ER. 220U W. Flagler St.. Miami and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on or before the 22nd day of November, ItM. If you IHII to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Rill of I'omplaint. This notice shall be published once each we. k for (our consecutive weeks In THE JKWISH FI/OR11HAN. DONE AND ORDKRKD at Miami. I this 22nd day of Octobel A.D. 19.12. K li l.KATHKRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida li'ircult Court Seal) By W.M. W. STOCKING Deputy Oerk 10'24-31 11 '7-1* LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name >•* NATIONAL CREDIT CARD OP FLORIDA. SOUTHERN DIVISION nt l Lincoln ltd. Bldjr., Miami Beach intends to register' MIO name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad' County. Florida. WILLIAM ('HASH 10/24-31 11/7-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name of BREAXWAT1 R HoTEL t't 910 Ocean Drive, Miami Reach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Cltcuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AARON H. OOPRSHON ALRF.RT POI.LAK PAPL POLLAK .. tPartners) 1C/M-31 11/7-11 Compare TETLEY TEA with any other brand Eenj. Adlei & Geo. J. Airan-.s Associated with AA Strictly Kosher Poultry Market. Inc. 315 • 317 N.W. 5th St. Miami — Ph. 2-3673 Shochti on Premises Daily Wholesale & Retail Select Poultry for a Select C'ie-tele Under Supervision of Rabbi Rackovskv and Kat.n Mescne.off •FAMOUS SINCE 1837 then Compare TETLET TEA with any other brand 4rW*l NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE col'NTY. JI'lKiE'S COURT IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY, F1.0R1DA — IN PROBATE, NO. 2X8I9II In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES STANLKV a.'k/a CHARLES F.DWARD STANLEY Deceased To All Creditor! and All Persons Having Claims or Demand! AKainst Said Estate: Vou, and each of you. are hciel.v notified and required to present an) claims and demands which you, or cither of vou. may have against the estate of CHARLES EDWARD STANLEV deceased late of Dade County. F.orlda. to the Honorable County Judge! of Dad! County, and file the i same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dad,County, Florida. within eight calendar month! from the date of the first publication here. ; of Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant ami to l>e sworn to and presented as al"'' said, or same will ie barred. Data ( ( t oiler 22, A.D. 1952. MILTON A FRIEDMAN As Administrator of the Estate of CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Administrator | 10 '21-31 11/7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS / NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHAMPAGNE HOIK BAR at 6**<7 N. \V. 7th Avenue. Miami intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. < HARLES A WICI.ESWoRTH STEPHEN P. KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 220 W. Flagler St. 10/24-31 11/7-11 | NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 153948 MARY Dl BIASI, Plaintiff. PATSY i>l BIASI. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORLE TO: PATSY Dl BIAS] 126 Avenue U, Brooklyn, N. Y. You PATSY Dl BIASI, 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 Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. REN ESSEN. ESQ.. 823 Reynold lildg.. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st dav of November. 19.">2. If you fai I to'do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief I demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. IM)NE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 21st day of October, E. B. 1.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade Couoty, Florida (Circuit court Seal) M & FEK;E D'eputy Clerk PEN ESSEN 823 Seyhold Pldg.. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10'21-31 11/7-11 MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME. Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically 01 24 Hour Nursing Service I • Special Diets Strictly Observed • Private and Semi-Private Rooms LEO ALLEN. Director 33S S. W. 12th Atvnuc Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278 GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirinr to engage in business under the fictitious name of (MIAMI BEACH BENDIX COMPANY. at 11 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „_..,. CHARLES WEINGARTEN MARGIE WEINGARTEN I 10 '3-10-17-21 Miami Miami It each 710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD. Phone Phone 3-3431 5-7677 24-Hour Ambulance Service B. W. BENNETT. Funeral Director NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersicned. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOME I-EATCRES CO. (not inc.) at 71 71st Street. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register aald name with the C'erk of the Circuit Court of r>ade county. !" -;^,, HY S1 ,„.EKMAN. Sole Owner. MARX M 1 ABER "' •' ..... : %  j nnne*e*" • w I • Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS N -TY ,..;,;< coriM I v i %  ; • ••: IADB COUNTY, p ., :: : — :\ PROBATE, SO. 27' •" • %  v.•"'" %  '' %  %  Al P. 'on-; H.ividi Against Said '-' ._ I each Of you, are herehv • 0 i f ,.,! i r,equli ed to present any demands whl< •> you. or either>of vou. may have aualnst tne SAM BERG, deceased, late of ... 1 County, Florida. ... the Hon. ; ] Dowling. County Judge of ]>3il County, and file the same In his offiei In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight ralei dar month" from the date of the rirat ihllcati.ii hereof. Bald claims or ids to contain the legal address of the claimant and ti he sworn to and presented as •foi.sald. or same will lie barred, B< a Section 120 of the 1933 Prob v Pate Oct< ''el '••. v 0 % %  '' JEANNBTTB I'HII.l.ll'S As Administratrix of the Estate of KAM BERG. I'eceased. 1.M.M iTT. SILVER* MC1.I.OY, Attorneys for Administratrix F.i.-t pub'tcatlon or-. 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MGE-M tJtmisrfkrHfrr Bureau Of Jewish Education Launches Sessions In The Jewish Studies Institute TV -. \ %  %  .' %  1 7 ... •WANT MY Mi ^1 • %  — calory oi the Miami 5eo~ ~ *:: Cr. — .—.erte _-r._resv ?roc:aia or awn Us rr —:^-: :r.r s: -r.e "— BS WH Bonds presented "-.r:: :.-j :: cjira-ess. Tie ji'.err: T> Stanley P. Hecker >ta--WZ.Z w=s z — *z z -X-SS.T. :zr S*re=z-er _s = =e=oe: of -Jie ---*. e € --1 -*"-•'—' reces_y .: %  : CieCUT1V WIft?T : w^s .nsc-_=:e— ^ r.e.p--.r ^e ener.eziry 1 : ~-. n r:~ pciez.z _• r.:s* rc^£-;e:~_;r. :: _-.e pcr.e-* s iqrr.i'.y was 7J7*_ ; r %  M = At basest tiuag 3-:-' r-ess wee ever w.taessec. Skown '^J^ 3 *"— = %  *"*" "" cbeve _s IT Hearer z-e—z :~-~—-'.~zc :v ius rcLec-rues om-o-r acne aooe msL : \ : L. z B'nai B'rith Executives Meet Tart: Trr.r-r *= :? r.r :=:T.V6-: r.j areCsccj degree rrc e Vr_Ter£.-y :: T:::r : We^:i Sr-ocl One of the re* %  ~ —e rwar. errLec £r Hecker s care 52 Association Plans Ball :.: %  FLORIDJ DAIRIES BOMOGDfSO Vhaaiu "IF )n "Mflk Prodoey TEL. Z-Zty Grt Max: Ddj^, Fink Reviews Bosk ., — : •' — %  -• %  -; %  MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. MELVTN M KLOTZ DD.S. A--:..-:*-: Tr.~ Cr-e %  2: H-s C~re r;: Tr.r r"-re 2: T—r.e:::. L r =-_• -.AT ::-:s SANE CONCOUHSZ H--€T. BAY HASSOS ISLANDS MIAMI 5LS.CH PKCNE :S-Z25C HC'JRS S TC : EYE. HP] SERVBG GREATS PRODUCTS — ^ ^— ><-),ZM MILK CREAM KE CREAM CHILDREN REED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Mi PHCNE 5-SST ?::= <-: %  :$ EDWASD ALPEB 1113 S W. Bri Tcmce AU. WOHX GUAHANTEED MUSIC DRAMA LiVGITII "IHM* Koram OB The Air~ StaJicc: A-vn i:-i3 did SacoT 6 • I! AM. WOLPERT FEATURES \tiiinallti Advertised Hranif KROEHLER Lirmg Room Furaitart GENERAL ELECTRIC Applicrces SAMSON Cord Tables and Chcrs MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet LANE Cedar Chests CARRIER Air Conditioning Ifcr*ruc _s: cn s4sso in* + v 4SS = 1 cs?sm *. m + *" *• = j 2 sot ctj :5X *:•: -r i*o* = : *M% *err s- %  : • ?c. r~-*coe li sc ? WOLPERT'S Help You Make Your House a Home VOTE FOR EISENHOWER AND NIXON Republican State Committee of Florida Afcrafcam ^ M. Cassjl —i & A J>r=.sr* = r:: WOLPERT FURNITURECft HOO C ORAL WAV AT "FIVI WIWT*



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UY, OCTOBER 24, 1952 LEGAL NOTICE +Je*lst ncr*K*n —^——— -^—-— • — %  %  ,: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EE\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN uD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. NO. 1S3.4* -• oVaOAH, Plaintiff I >c< : %  : A N. Defendant. T CE BV PUBLICATION \ :i:i. DUOOAN met Trailer Park -tan log i. Tennesoee. IRE HERBBT NOTIFIED .11 ..f Complaint for Divorce n .1 against you In the • titled ciuae and you are quire i i' serve a copy of the lilll of Complaint tlffi attorney, and I lie the In the office of thclerk of :.! Court on or before the i November. 1951. otherwise Pro ConfeMO will he tnter-1 loll lice shall he published once • k for four consecutive weeks IKWISH F'LOKIDIAN. 1 Miami, Florida, this 14th ctober, I9.'.2. K B. I.KATHIC1I.MAN. Clerk of Circuit Court Bj : U.M W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk ::i S. MA MM,Kit for Plaintiff sham lluiiding i ii : LEGAL NOTICE PAGE^15 INTSi T CO E UN T T 0 v SSDSE^COURT In Re: "N PROBATE No. 28586B ESTATE 0| ROSEN. Deceased o All Oreditors'and All Persons Havr Demands .\ K ainst \m Claims said Batate: n y.'" 1 ""'l ca ch of y notified Miid required to Claims and demand.. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. %  %  ,., ... No 153623 HELEN MEBERMAN, Plaintiff. are hereby present any of Dad,. < ounty. Florida, to the || .,,/Tr'A, or %  A""' wl '" : barred.' Data October 10, AD l'5-> SADIE ROSEN V. ill and Test i m,.nt „f .I-SK,,, 1 ^,:^^" —u. Attorney for BxeCUtrlz S23 Seybold Itldg. Miami, Florida 10/17-24-31 — U/7 lOTICE BV PUBLICATION |E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF DRIDA IN AND FOR OADE ICNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 153705 F'ARRANT, Plaintiff. iSEPH KBRRANT, %  HARD F'EIUtANTi:, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'ARD i .IOSF3PH I'KHItAXT St., i-.-. X V. • lieiehj notified lhat %  Dill i>ivoice has been > ••!. and yotl are renerve i copy of your Ana• %  the mil of Com%  • iffAttorney, and Answer or Pleading lee ..f the Cl.lk of the Clr• ii %  before the I4ih day l.er. 1952, If you fail t,, Ignient hy default will be •. for the relief de• Hill of Complaint. ill be published once misecutive weeks |J. IKWISH ILolilDIAN. l.VD OKI >KREI I at Mi,,mi, of < h tober, AD. II LEATHERMAN, Circuit Court, inty, Florida H M W. STOCKING, Ii •> Clerk S, Esq. : l"'!-itlff II 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in S?tB£.2 n i e r ,m> ''"'tious name of ,,c/\. A T.T. KHY AND SPARK I LI (, COMPANY OK MASSACHI'fl ETTH at 2136 N. W. 21th stivc yi,. ami. Florida. Intend to register said name with th.Clerk of tl„. Circuit court of Daii,. County, Florida BOWERS C, PAI.I.OT, SILVER i Attorneys for t iwnera 104 Ingrnham Bldg. Miami, F'la. 10'17-24-:il — 11/7 .1. MAC RAF, MII.I.oY NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned., desiring to engage in buaineaa under the fictitious name id SCOTT ft COMPANY, at 5860 N, E. Ind Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerl I tICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that gned nil Ing to engage In '• i. tltious name of r.M'KX II 1,1, AND TOP • S \V. 26th Avenue. -••nlregister said name lerk .f the Circuit Court Oounty, Florida. ERNEST I.F.DER Sola owner I :i 7 the Circuit Florida. Court of Dade ik of County, NATHAN TO LIEISEKMAN, Defendant. v R D r E R .x? F PUBLICATION NATHAN LIEHEKMAX •>4 Barker Street Hartford, Connecticut iou are hereby notified that a Bill or oniplalnt for Divorce has been r.,,', i,""a""! 1 y u '""' • vou M hereby required to serve %  copy of your c,",l„,7fr"\ ,h '"" "' '' '"''".lalnt "n llalntiffs Attorney and file the Orlg'." h ',T'' r ,'" "" %  ffl "' '" "he Clerk 'f.' Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida on or before the 7th day of November, m; otherwise, the allegations „f Ka ( „l,l of ,., >rnl)lalnl you a •"""'•"""•'d against Dated this 8th day of October 1952 E. B. DKATHKRMAN, (Seal) rirtult ( our t Hy R. H. RICK, .IR (Seal) l*eputv Clerk GEORGE J. TAi.iA.vt.FF egg Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10/10-17-24-111 Kl.l SHEPPARD Bl 1,1,1 E SHEPPARD kOVNER ft MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Bcott ft Company 1 -17-21-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE I IN SHOP, at SOI Aragon Av%  :•-. Coral Gablea, intandi to reglater said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TED PRUTKOPF Sole Owner 10 3-10-17-24 CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that "' %  d.-siiing to engage In •indei the fii-tltious name of dIM.I, FABRICS, at 24S OirCoi ii i tables, Florida, eglster said name with the the Circuit Court of Dade • Ida ill KHAI.I, FABRICS. INC. I VIIOM) KARL IIAU'FKT l.oRENCE HAI.PERT 1 .KKY WINTERS ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that -tied desiring to engage in Ider the fictitious name of I' soil, CO., CERTIFIED it Snake Creek and N. W. '. Miami. Florida, Intends %  •ahi name with the Clerk III Court of Dade County, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nnme*>f VAI.CE SPECIALTIES COMPANY, at H01 S. Dixie Highway, Miami. Florida, intends to register mild name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. STANLEY RASKIN i IBNBT ft GENET Attorneys Fur Stanley Raskin 10/10-17-24-SI IM xi )TI S E =. BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL c, V e,i',T,1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153628 ERNEST KOBROCK, Plaintiff vs. MARIE KoltltocK. Defendant resilience unknown SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARIE KOBROCK You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been Hied against you, and you are required to serve a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill of complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, STEPHEN F. KKSSI.FI:, i^oo W Flagler St., Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of November, I9S2. if you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you f,,r the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 8th day of October, A.D, E, I!. I.EATHKKMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida It Irrtilt Court Seal) By M c FEIGE Deputv Clerk 10/10-17-24-SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL DISTRIBUTORS, at llo<) N. W. 23rd St., Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 10/10-17-24-31 HARRY STEIN LEO HOST NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDQ'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 28741 -B In Re: ESTATE OF BERNARD c. FRIEDMAN a/k/a BERNIE C. FRIEDMAN To All Creditors and All Persons Hav,, ( ,J a m •' r Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Honorable County Judges ?i Dade County, and file the same in their offiee in the County Courthouse in Dade ( ounty, Horlda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to: contain the legal address of the cbMrttfrTt and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be Hate lied. G-imfcttft 1952. the As Administratrix of Estate of BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN GEORGE J. TAMANOFF L "l UBed Attorney for Administratrix 420 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla. 10/3-10-17-24 ''ERTIPIED MCCK -"II, CO., INC. 1 TAI.IANoFF, ESQ. "I Applicant Road h, Ha. II 7 • ^ UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that -mii.d, desiring to engage in ,;',',",''.''" %  fictitious name of '•'•A 1.1 \, at 2610 S. W. 8th ( "nil, Ha,, intends to register •; With Hie Clerk of the Clr"i Dade County, Florida. v pEORGH FODOR N I KESSL.BR Applicant ':, Btreet NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business, under the fictitious name of NI'-KRA FABRICS AFOAM RUBBER PRODUCTS, at :oi 71st Street. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL BCHWARTZ ( Haul Schwartz) Hi. 10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SAWDUST TRAIL, at 5540 N. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERTA M. PORTER STEPHEN F, KESSLER attorney for Applicant 2200 \V. Flagler Street 10/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.i .ngage In business under the fictitious name of ROCKING M B LOUNGE, at 2009 Collins An-., Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida VANDERBILT BAR, INC. WEINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN & WEINSTEIN 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. Attorneys for Vanderhilt Bar, Inc. 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of OLTMPIA REALTY, at 505 Olympla Building, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda. AMOS BENJAMIN Reg. Real Estate Broker 10/10-17-24-31 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153408 JOSEPH KRII-A, Plaintiff vs. BESS If. KRIT'A M Beechwood Place Staten Island 14, New York Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: HESS M. KRL'PA You are hereby notified that a Rill Of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN F. KF.ssLF.it. 220" w Flagler St., Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court tin or before the Slsl day of October, 1)52. If you fail to do so. judgment by default, will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1st day of October, A D 1952. E. H. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Horlda (Circuit Court Seal) By (i. II. HARDIE. Deputy Clerk 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 153813 ERNEST D. SIMS, Plaintiff vs. CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS :'.:'ai Chestnut Long Beach, California You are hereby notified that a Bill • .r Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required i" serve a cop) "i your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint ..ii the plaintiff's Attorney, HERMAN COHBN, ISOS congress Building, Miami : %  .:'. Florida, and file tile original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 12th day of November, 1052. If you fall t,i do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill id Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for tour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I l.nltlDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami, Florida, this i jth day of October, A.D. 1953. E B. LEAiHERMAN. Cl.rk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk HERMAN COHEN Attorney for Plaintiff 1305 Congress Building Miami 32, Florida 10/17-24-31 — 11 7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name if PALM HARBOR APARTMENTS and PALM HARBOR HOTEL, at 10040 VV.it Hay Harbor Drive, Kav Harbor Islands, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MICHAEL D, LCFT I.EA1I LAYTON SADIE LAYTON KOVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Applicants 420 Lincoln Rou.i Miami Bench, Florida 10/17-24-31 — 11/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BARGAINS' GALORE, at 1207 N. W. 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, int-n Is to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. STUART GINSBERG (Sole t iwner) 10/17-24-31 — 11/7 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — NO. I7J0*. RE: ESTATE OF F'ANNIE WOLPE. Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have, filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of FANNIE WOLPE, decs and that on the 21 day of November, 19ft, will apply to one of the Honorable County Judges nf Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final re port and f..r final discharge as I-:xe.-utor of the Batate of FANNIE WOLPE, deceased This 17th dayof October, 1952. %l MYER A. w. ILPPPE As Executor of the Estate of Fannie Wnlpe, Deceased. MAX I! SILVER Attorney for Executor 922 Seybold uildlng Miami S2. Florida I" --|-::i 11 7-14 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 153641-C. CALDONIA LANE, Plaintiff. va. DAVID LANE, Defendant. TO: DAVID LANE Address Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill nf Complaint for LMvot e has been filed against you, and >'.-: are required t" serve a copy ated: I >ctober 20th, !!'".:.' F:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By w.M. \v. STOCKINa, I i.puty Clerk. BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff S23 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida 10/24-31 11 /7-14 ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Is HEREBY GIVEN thai %  %  desiring to engage in '•; lafictitious na ( 1 l-R MARKET, at 504 ntreet, Miami. Florida. ,' %  •' %  %  %  said name with the -; Ircull Court of i lad.•^ij'm.'-V SIMMONS LBF.RT A. SIMMONS !'••; s \KOWlTZ leglstl i i IdltiB tin I II 7 •ICE mi.I, NA^Pufw 3 !" 00 *• IH HEREBY GIVEN that ,'.''-. ''-"''ing to engage In r the fictitious name of M'EWItlTFIt I'll., at -';' Ave Miami, Intends •" name with the Clerk OUrt of lu.le County, •Til," !!"' :N FIMEDMAN 1 HARKAN P.; 1,1 Bldg NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of INDIES RATTAN, at S00 N, E. 71st Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said nam,. with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ELI SHRPPARD 1-.II.I.II-: SHEPPARD KOVNER 4) MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Indies Rattan M 10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHUCKS SANDWICH SHOP, at 101 Northeast Second Avenue. In the City of Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DATED at Miami, Florida, on this 21th day of September. 1952. C. H. It. CORPORATION 10/3-10-17-21 CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 153503 BILL FOR DIVORCE JOSEPH J. V'ELTHAUS, Plaintiff EILEEN P. V'ELTHAUS, Defendant. You, EILEEN iV'ELTHAUS, are hei bj i equlri I to sei I>5 "' lUI answer t" annexed bill ror divorce, on plaintiffs attorney, and file Inal answer with undersigned court clerk, on or before November 3. I95X, or default thereof will be entered. %  '"' I B 0b B r LI'ATHERMAN. Clerk (Court Seal i By R. It. RICE, JRDeputv clerk. PERRY BITTEL. I'laintlffs Attorney, 311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. 10/10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CALAIS MANOR, at 177". Calais Drive. Miami Beach, intends t<> register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Cuiirt of I M.le County, Florida. METRO REALTY COMPANY, INC. BER1CK, SHAPIRO .* FRIED Attorneys for Owner 120 Lincoln Road 17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..f FLAMINGO GRILL AND SUNDRIES, at 4:14 N \V. 7th A\ .title, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Cirouit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIS II. DYER ALEXANDER KAY STEPHEN F KESSLER Attorney for Owners 2200 W. Flagler Street 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153814 CLARA BRODBRSON, Plaintiff Vs. BENJAMIN BRODERSON, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BENJAMIN HRODERSoN Chlef Carpenter U.8.8. b'ALSBURY (AV-13) c/o Pnstniaster San F'randsco, California. You are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you ale required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. HERMAN COHEN, HOT, Congress Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .or before the 12th day of November, 1952 If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for tlm-rejief demanded In the BUI of f!omp4*lnt. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THF: JEWISH F'LOKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERF:D nt Miami, Florida. this 1.1th day of October, AD. 1952. E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, D.putv Clerk HERMAN COHEN Attorney for Plaintiff 130.1 Congress Building Miami 32. Florida 10/17-24-31 — II 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engs business under the fictitious name of P.ARP.ARA JEAN MANSIONS at a.a: Eii. lid Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend t. register said nam. with the ci.rk of the circuit Court of I >adc Count y, Florida. LOU IS P.. MILLER JOAN I.EVINE MORRIS KORSUN 10/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 153847. AGNES Mc SAMARA, Plaintiff. VS. JOSEPH G. McNAMARA. Defendant. To: Joseph O. McNamara 254—92nd Street Brooklyn, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill "f Complaint for Dieice mi the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 24th Day of November. A.D. 1952: otherwise, the Dill of Complaint for divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the ltith day of October, 1H12. E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dude County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) Bv \VM. \V. STOCKING, Deputy CJerk. N'nme and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A. FTHEDMAN 1023 Seybold lildg. Miami Florida 10/24-31 — 11/7-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Ths Jewish Floridian toHelta your legal notica*. We> crpprtxdat* 7001 patronaga and guaranIM accurate sendee at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 lac messenger service. SEITLIN E, COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 V XSCPS>^ l9N.I2rHT.MIMI3i.FL*. 'tc^K? I %  '** %  &&$£•/'* %  &11 %  TMH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ft-S^fc*>^|



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 24, 1952

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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^wiisltUEIbspidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 25Number 43
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\;i/i Official Named To Cabinet Post RpfwPPn Ynu
MUNICH (JTA) Dr. Karl Ott, former official in the Nazi Propa- "^' I "U
eancla Ministry, has been named Secretary of Interior of the State
r Saxony, it was reported here. Ott entered the Goebbal*
minis'.: In 1933, and ended up as head of its financial branch in
1945- .....
\o Further Lenieney To Be Given
THE HAGUE (JTA) The Dutch Government, which has
commuted the death sentence imposed on Willi Lages, ex-Gestapo
chief in Holland, for his role in the deportation and execution of
70 000 Dutch Jews, will not further reduce his sentence, Dr. H.
Donker, Minister of Justice, promised Parliament this .week. The
Questii n of the Government's future attitude toward Lages was
I ,:-, d in Parliament following country-wire protests and demon-
strate ns against the recent commutation of his death sentence to
life Imprisonment.

World Sephardie Federation Meet
PARIS (JTA) A three-day conference of the Council of the
World Federation of Sephardic Jews opened here this week. The
first session was a closed meeting of the praesidium which will draw
up reports and resolutions for presentation to the later plenary
sessions.
Arab Delegate Attacks Israel At UN
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Iraqi Delegate Mohammed Jamali
charged at the United Nations this week that the State of Israel
was continuing to disturb the peace of the Middle East. Speaking
in the General Assembly's general debate he said that Israeli "ag-
gression" along the border of various Arab states was constantly
killing "innocent Arabs." The Iraqi delegate claimed that Israel
was embarked on a program of large-scale military perapartions.
He asserted that Israel had defied implementation of the General
Assembly's resolution urging the return of the Palestine Arab refu-
gees to their former homes.

Denies Talk Of Closing Parliament
JERUSALEM (WNS) Neither Agudist defection from the
Cabinet nor General Zionist refusal to enter the government coali-
tion will deter him from determination not to dissolve the present
Parliament before its tenure has expired some three years hence,
Premier David Ben-Gurion was reported to hav9 told party leaders
with whom he conferred this week. The Premier was said to have
asserted that if the opposition was building hopes on a new elec-
tion it was doomed to disappointment, since he would not permit
a situation to arise which would necessitate the dissolution of Par-
liament.

Xaguib Takes More Realistic View
BONN (WNS) Ratification by the Bonn Parliament of the
Israel-German Reparations Pact will "hurt Egypt's feelings" but
will not affect German-Egyptian relations, Cairo's strong man Gen-
eral Mohammed Naguib was said to have declared this week ac-
cording to a report released by the German News Agency here.
Naguib's view, as reported by the News Agency, conflicts with the
opinion recently expressed in Hamburg by Aashmed Ismail, Egyp-
tian Labor Party leader who cautioned that ratification of the pact
would lead, to a boycott of German goods by all Arab states, in-
cluding Egvpt.

Christian Nationalists Off Ballot
NASHVILLE (WNS) A ruling denying ballot right to the
anti-Semitic Christian Nationalist Party was made here this week
by the Attorney General of Tennessee. The party ran General
MacArthur on its ticket.

So .\eed For Individual Parties
LONDON (WNS) Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, declared here at a meeting of World
Jewish Congress leaders that individual Zionist parties in Israel
were no Jonger needed since they had "outlived their purpose.
At the same time, Rabbi Miller disclosed, following a two-wee*
visit to Israel, that Premier David Ben-Gurion was no longer veer-
ing to the view that Jewish communities abroad cannot survive or
that Jews could not be Zionists unless they settled in Israel.
>l< < arran Act Attacked By JWV
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) The Jewish War V *terans or tne
United States of America, meeting in its 57th Annual Convention,
was urged by its national commander. Paul Ginsberg to worn tor
repeal of the McCarran Immigration Act and the adoption 01 an
immigration statute "that genuinely represents American Pin-.lp'^
of justice and equality of opportunity." A message from *"ae"
Truman praised the Jewish veterans for their "constructive efforts
in behalf of your fellow Americans, regardless of race, creed or
color."

View Arab. Israeli Women Meeting
NAPLES (WNS) A resolution urging a round_tobJe ""'tJr
*nce of Israeli and Arab women with a view to d^^mgmaor
Problem, affecting the Middle East was adopted here at the urn
Kress of the Women's International Alliance. Mrs. The.lla Ma'mon,
Israeli delegate and president of the Israel section *!}*! had
Women's Rights, said the political committee of the Alliance naa
been instructed to arrange the parley.
And Me....
Truman Charged With
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, IMJ, Jtwlah Telegraphic
Agency. Inc.)
POLITICAL NOTES: Plans for
distribution of the reparations
which the Conference on Jewish
Claims Against Germany will get
from the Bonn Governmei I
through Israel are now being pre-
pared in New York Each or-
ganization 'represented on the
Conference is submitting its own
proposals to the praesidium of
that body The Conference
will get $3,000,000 annually and
it must spend this sum This
is one of the conditions stipulated
by the West German Govern-
ment Jewish organizations
are also making preparations in-
New York for the forthcoming
reparations talks with Austria
... In order to influence the
Austrian Social Democrats to
give up their opposition to the
payment of reparations to Jews,
the Big Four Jewish organiza-
tions Jewish Agency, Joint
Distribution Committee, Ameri-
can Jewish Committee and World
Jewish Congress decided to
co-opt the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee to participate in the talks
with Austria There is quite
a difference between German and
Austrial legislation on restitu-
tion Austrian legislation pro-
vides only tor the return of
traceable property, whereas leg-
islation in Western Germany calls
for restitution or compensation of
identifiable properties One
Evoking Racism Issue
WASHINGTON (JTA)President Harry S. Truman, in a slash
ing attack on the Republican Party last week, charged that "behind
the mask of the great majority of Republicans in Congress" are dis
criminatory, ideas "which add up to the philosophy of racial superior-
ity developed by the Nazis, which we thought we had destroyed
when we defeated Nazi Germany and liberated Europe."
Addressing the national mobil- I ...
these men have been embraced by
ization of the National Jewish
Welfare Board here, the Presi-
dent declared that "we must be
vigilant lest the philosophy of our
defeated enemy gain a hold in our
own country under the guise of
anti-Communism. Declaring that
."anti-Semitism. anti-Catholicism
and aniti-foreignism grow only in
concealment," the President
charged that these factors "have
the Republican candidate for
President."
Meanwhile, a call to the people
of the United States to support
Israel was voiced by General
Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republi-
can Presidential candidate in a
message to a dinner in the Wal-
dorf Astoria Hotel arranged by
the Greater New York Commit-
tee for State of Israel onds. Sen-
hidden themselves within the ator Irving M. Ives, of New York,
Republican Party for years. | was guest of honor at the dinner.
"If you want to protect and i
preserve freedom, the President
adminished, "you must resist the
forces that work against it both at
home and abroad."
The President placed responsi-
bility for the McCarran Immigra-
tion Law on the Republican
Party, although it had been intro-
duced by a Democrat. He said he
fought the senator on this "all the
Way and I am going to keep right
"The State of Israel," General
Eisenhower said in his message,
"is democracy's outpost in the
Middle East, and every American
who loves liberty must join the
effort to make secure forever the
future of this newest member in
the family of nations. We pray
that a strong Israel and her Arab
neighbors will join in the creation
of a just and lasting peace which
will bring to all an era of pros-
on because the spirit of it is con-! P**j*9 an* enlightenment."
trary to everything America
stands for." The Republicans in
Congress, he said, "were almost
solidly behind this bill." Senate
important difference is that there j Republicans voted four to one to
is no compensation for property | override his veto, he said, and in
which was taken from Jews but
which has since disappeared .
There is also no legislation in
Austria for the repayment of the
very large amount of monies ex-
torted from the Jews in the form
of special taxes or levies The
Austrian law also requires that
a claimant must still be an Aus-
trian citizen to acquire compen-
sation Thus, all Austrian
Jews who have fled the country
and have since settled in the
Unittd States, or Britain, or Is-
rael, cannot collect .
the House, they voted seven to
one. "It was they, with the help
of some Democrats, who put it
over," he declared.
Mr. Truman asserted that Sen-
ator Richard Nixon. Republican
Vice Presidential nominee, was
"among those who voted for the
McCarran Bill and to override my
veto. Among other Republi-
cans were Senators Jenner and
McCarthy. Together with Senator
Revercomb, the champion of the
anti-Catholic, anti-Jewish provi-
On the heels of Eisenhower's
talk was the General's meeting
early this week with Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver, spiritual leader a<
The Temple, Cleveland, Ohio.
In a statement issued to the
press. Rabbi Silver said that both
he and the Republican candidate
depored President's Truman's "ir-
responsible statement" before the
JWB Mobolization.
"Much is permitted in a cam-
paign, but the attempt by implica-
tion to identify a man like Gen-
eral Eisenhowerwhose human-
ity and broad tolerance are
known all over the worldwith
anti-Semitism and anti-Catholic-
ism is just not permissible even
in the heat of a campaign," Rab-
sions
of the original DP Bill,' bi Silver said.
Launch GMJCC Drive Here
A combined Kickoff Breakfast and special Board Meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Membership Cam-
paign will take place on Sunday, October 26th. 10 a.m., in the Cen-
ters Town Branch. 450 SW 16th Avenue.
According to a joint announcement by Leo Sheiner, chairman
of the Membership Committee, and Stanley C. Myers. Center presi-
dent, the program will include! ^^ ^^ 26th 2 pm
final instruction to campaign | at the Town Branch; first Young
workers and an address by Carl j Adult Dance of the season on
Weinkle, Greater Miami Jewish I Sunday evening. 8:30 p.m.. at the
Federation president
Spurring the drive to invite
membership of the area's resi-
dents will be a colorful array of
special Open House events, said
Leon Kaplan, chairman of the
Center's Program Council. At the
Town Branch; University of Mi-
ami Basketball Team Demonstra-
tion on Monday evening, October
27th, 8 p.m., at the Town ranch.
A Teen Age Dance and
Women's Gym Demonstration on
Tuesday, October 28th, 8 p.m..
*ame time, the Center will bring at the Town Branch: Basketball
to public attention the GMJCC ; Game between the Miami Boys
regular calendar of activities for Club and the Town Branch JCC
all goups from Nursery through on Wednesday, October 29th 7:30
Golden Age. I P/- t the Town Branch; Sym-
The activities schedule has been j posium on The People Speak On
designed by Emanuel Tropp, di- The Elections, featuring speakers
rector, who recently came here from the Stevenson and Eisen-
from Lynn. Massachusetts. In- hower headquarters, scheduled
eluded in the host of events open for Thursday even.ng October
to public participation are the 30th. 8 p.m.. at the Beach Branch;
following: Men's Volley Ball Demonstration
A Costume Dance, sponsored by
the Adult Social Group on Satur-
day evening, October 25th. at 8:30
p.m., at the Town Branch; Gold-
en Age Friendship Club meeting
on Thursday evening, 8 p.m., at
the Town Branch between the
YMCA and Town Branch JCC.
Nursery School Sabbath Par-
ties at the Town and Beach
Branches on Friday, October 31st,
10 a.m.; Junior Sabbath Party,
3:30 p.m.. at the Beach Branch;
Teen Age Touch Feotball Tourna-
ment on Sunday, November 2nd,
1 p.m., at Memorial Field; Golden
Age Club Open House at 2:30
p.m.. Beach Branch: Folk Dance
Group on Sunday, November 2nd,
8 p.m., at the Beach Branch.
Stan Stanzyck, Olympic cham-
pion, demonstrating weight lifting
on Wednesday, November 5th. 8
p.m., at the Beach Branch; Rabbi
Joseph Narot discussing, What
Can Our Nursery School Do For
The Jewish Child, on Tuesday,
November 11th, 8 p.m.. at the
Town Branch: and the organiza-
tion of The Young Business And
Professional Group at the Beach
Branch on Thursday evening, No-
vember 13th. at 8 p.m.
In listing the Open House
events, Tropp also indicated that
the GMJCC schedule for mem-
bers includes the Pre-School,
Grade School, Teen Age, Young
Adults, Adults and Golden Agers
activities.
Tropp has been working closely
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24
Klutznick, Solender Will Address 7th
Annual JWB Meet In New Orleans
ilif M K S
.: X-.-'. York Cit; tli Annual Meetiafl .:
S nthern Section Matk m:. J< i VI trd it wa-
thij m^ t>j Di William A. Wexler. S -. >. i -
'.. d president .-.-. Annual Y
be held at 1
""""- ': Center in New C November
act
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of the Board G vernon I
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Initiated by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. the weekly Sunday morn-
ing Youth Breakfast Service sponsored by the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and its Sisterhood will begin its seventh con-
secutive year on October 26th. at 9:15 a.m. Shown above are
members oi the Planning Committee. Standing behind Rabbi
Lehrman (left end Samuel Fhedland. president of the Center
(right are Harriet Gans, Helene DeGutz. Paul Weiss. Iris
Jacobs and Ellen Walsey.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1952

GMJCC Opens
Drive Sunday
(Continued from Page 1) i:
wjui the various county-wide
Program Committees of the Cen-
1, in developing the groundwork
for a rich program of social, ath-
,; cultural and educational
events for every member of the
family in the Center's three
lies.
He lias been conducting inter-
vji ws with prospective group
S a n d instructors in the
I of selecting the most quali-
(j,.d leadership for the clubs and
- sponsored by GMJCC. Un-
der his supervision, the profes-
sional personnel in the branches
have been working with commit-
tee? on a local level to carry out
the details of program within the
policies and philosophy of the
overall organization.
In his most recent professional
capacity in Lynn, Tropp served
for over three years as director of
activities for one of the largest
Jewish community centers in
New England. There, he was re-
sponsible for a wide range of ac-
tivities on all age levels from
children through adults, and he
supervised and trained a large
body of volunteer and profession-
al leaders for these activities.
He was on the Field Work Fac-
ulty of the Boston University
School of Social Work where he
vised students involved in
field work training for Master's
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PAGE 3
Senior Judaeans To Gather In Kendall
For Annual Conclave; Feature Workshops
Some 100 Senior Judaeans and ; System Elizabeth Simkowitz
their Leaders frorn^ Greater Mi- Mai v Friedman, Myrna Bressack.
Joe Murray and Judy Shapiro:
Recent Trends In Israel Char-
les Liebman.
The evening program will be
a bonfire at which time the Is-
raeli folk dancing and stunt
night contests will be held.
Sunday there will be a Senioi
Council meeting, arts and craft*
and a newspaper workshop. The
weekend will close with an ex-
temporaneous speaking contest
in the afternoon.
In charge of arrangements for
the weekend are Harry J. Sonz.
chairman, Mrs. H. C. Moser, Mrs.
Bertram Miller, Mrs. Henry K.
Solloway, Herman Popkin and
Miriam Scheinberg.
ami will gather at Camp Teques-
ta, Kendall, tonight to attend the
Fifth Annual Young Judaea Con-
clave.
Sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Yooth Commission,
the weekend will feature an ed-
ucational and inspirational pro-
gram geared to creating an in-
formed and active youth move-
ment in the Greater Miami area.
The weekend gathering will
get under way with services con-
ducted by the Kadimah Group of
Senior Judaea followed by an
Oneg Shabbat presented by grad-
uates of Camp Tel Yehudah.
Saturday morning services will
be conducted by the Chaim
Weitzmann Club. Workshops will
then be" conducted in song and
dance. The afternoon Oneg Shab-
bat will be devoted to Jewish
Book Month, and the program
will be presented by the En Gev
Group. A Maccabiad will fol-
low.
Sessiops on Young Judaea will
be conducted by Herman Pop-
kin, Regional Youth director;
TsofimRachel Frankeb chief
scout of Israel visiting^ in this
area; Young Judaea Committee
Zukernick To View
Constitutional Changes
At the next Luncheon Meeting
of Miami Beach Lodge No. 1591,
B'nai B'rith, Tuesday, October
28th, 12:15 p.m.. in the National
Hotel. Harry Zukernick, past
Obituaries
CAROU8E GOLDBBRCI
72. of t7u Dewey Street, Hollywoa
Florida, died on Sunday. Octolx-r 1 fit I.
at her residence, she is survived i..
her husliand, Joseph; Olle daughter.
Mr>. Frances Wolfe; one sister, Mrs
M Marcuson; a brother. Julius Rind-'
ler. and two grandchildren. Bervlces
were on Tuesday, October list, at the
Miami Iteach Riverside, with Dr.
Marius Ranson officiating.
AXiEX siiLoss
:'. of 1186 SW 18th Terrace, pass.-.
away Thursday, October 16th, at hi-
home He is survived by his wife,
Rose; one brother, Joseph Caplan; and
a sister, Mrs. Gussle Shankman. Sen -
Ices wye on Monday, October 10th;
at '.The Miami Riverside," with Ral -
bl Morn- Bkop officiating hit.-:i.....it
was on Mount Xeho C'emeterv.
i.oi is K.\iti.i-;i;.\i -ii
72, of 3133 North Baj Road, dli 'I
October i-tb a resident hen I
i'.ist 2" yean he i- survived i>
w Ife, !:-. ; two daughtei Mr VI
Ian <;. Hosklns and Mrs Rose H-
Ms tin; i wo brothers, Hugo and I i.'
one slate Ml i. na Horgei
president of the Lodge and presi- \ nt i^mE^^IT R
Teen Age Activities Programs of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center feature scouting, varied directed athletic
courses and arts and crafts. Youngsters throughout the area
participate in these programs at the Beach and Town Branch-
es, as well as at its affiliate aroups. This is but one of the
many programs at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter designed for members in all age brackets, participation in
which adds to cultural, intellectual and physical develop-
ment.
dent of the Miami Beach Bar As-
sociation, will discuss the con-
stitutional amendments to be vot-
ed on in the November 4th elec-
tion.
Gershon Miller is Luncheon
chairman, with George J. Talian-
off, president.
-M'h Rabbi Irving l.ehrmsn offii ,
In*. Internienl was un W.....i:., n Pa
''. :i terj
HENRY sti:im:i.
11, ..f 686U sw ilnd -1 d ed
T lesday, A resident foi the past
.: \i\ pd to} his w
son. Jack; his mother, Ms Bert]
st: udel. and fonr brnthei -
Hlsters, AiTangements were to} the
Oordon Funeral Home
Enutnuel Tropp
n group work. His ex-
)n developing a Jewish
i Council in Lynn wen
cntly described in an article
p i pared for Program Aids,
publication of the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
rior to this time, Tropp was
: tor of junior and young adult
activities for the Indianapolis
Jewish Community Center. He
has ;ilso been associated as a
gioup worker with the Jewish
Association for Neighborhood
Centers and Bronx House, both
in New York City. He has di-
rected Day Can.ps in various
parts of the countfy all through
his professional experience.
Tropp received the Master's de-
gree in social group work at the
New York School ol Social Work
of Columbia University,
While in the service during the
last war, lie spent time in Flor-
ida as a psychiatric social worker
attached to Welch Convalescent
Hospital in Daytona Beach. He is
a member of the National Asso-
ciation of Jewish Center Workers
and the American Association of
Group Workers. A member of the
editorial board of The Group, na-
tional publication of the AAGW,
Tropp is anticipating early pub-
lication of an article he prepared
based upon his experiences with
young adults.
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George J. Talianoff, of the Flor-
ida Executive Committee, Anti-
Defamation League, B'nai B'rith.
is in Chicago this week attending
meetings of the ADL National
Commission,
Talianoff will also participate !
in the deliberations this weekend
of the Joint Defense Appeal's Na- j
tional Council. The Appeal is the
fund raising arm of the American f
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FRIDAY, OCTQBT? 24
19S2
EDITORIAL
Va&aib On A Feiipf
We rcm z.y. heir wcnder.nc zrou: the xmd ce
ier^re Ecyct s : srcnc General Nacuii
is currency rv-.ac :c str-cdle
C"n the ene road he h-os shewn recncrkobie m-
luzl-ry by rer.is.nc :c rail r-etore the Arab
L,eccrae derncnc ~ be s_rr=t:- or:~al stcrre-
merr rc-cinc E-cyrzrr :re-rtc- :c Scan s Re-
pcrmcr-s ?arrt '.-i Israel Nacruii ecnobcrhcaliy
BUSsed "~ aw s^w e *ep:rrrr.-ns .ssue cs I rs~
tartly ;-t~::':j: prcr,e= wrach w:-.:
h_s Grverraaer- and rcn_a
C- tne osbm aaad re res jxnec lie Mas era
Cm San lue txxannle ?ar the aew >rj; e
been Luuyiuij WaMn fcn :: ha n-s recoote "A"e
wmkl J at rpr-earo;.: _a r_s &erc-; ::.e re .*
r.:_ ULUiuifiac, ::: o .ecrerso-r. sro: at ate Arab
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Sc ~r~r: was! _ie ros* BBCS iVmTiia Hftimj
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GENERAL ASSCMW.
i**H4'ntiaI laraes
It would seem thai the current P:es:dentia] :
campaicn is more vitriolic than cr.v _. ,
erf American history. ? ** u*k
But this in not so. Any student cd
our nationi
tter
affairs can be quick to point oui crev.cms h\
rcces. Indeed some oi our fanner Piej:dects WW
we regard today with a divine son o( revere!?
were no less attacked and perscnclh EmearedT
their contempoTane*. than are Adtai SrevenJ!
end Dwight Eisenhower today.
I III M.s TO SETTLE -
Cases in point are George Washington Ahr
hrm Lincoln Woodrow Wilson cr.d Fraamt
Roosevelt Horace Greeley. regardec cy ell m E
time cs an honest, creative joumcLs: died brolcen
hearted following an abortive campaign thai so*
his personal affairs dragged thxou the moK
L-nzre-akchle insult. Other examples abound.
The current Presidential race has been narked
by choree end counter-charge c: -ccnioetence
graft and faithfulness. A most unfortunate
has been the introduction cf
the heated arguments.
V."e teel that voters will be too mtelhgeu to fall
before ese catch-wards and the they fl] seek
the truly esser.tici issues in Bating thsk choicei
Cur stand is that voters must leer, bevond tie
mud hurled in the beat of camr.c.c-..-.'g i0 the
Sue kflMi at hand. This must be -he pan* bass,
no other, on which we must gc lc lha polls and
vcte ccme November 4th,
smear
rac:r. saBen into
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
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Baetttai I T. -- e lsre:. evia
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t-c :s scheduled t? BmmtmUy
Qsassal Be S-ved In M ai i Ark
" Mrs. Phihp G*Uf will be
-d hostess =: Hm Oneg
S-"-*wOit faflewiag Blifiiaj
rDcraonj strnm .-e i: 9 ajn.
erecd Heim vial discuss the
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p.ax, fclkwed by Maa.-.-
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be .- v new rr-err.-
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M ^"ixrr.in will re-
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bath Z odlea An Or.eg Shabbat
with .".ce Leoaard
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will be at 5 p rr. f.llc-ed ty
Shaloi Se^c.s Daily smkee ire
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fcr S am Cl::tcrc St-irt s-:n ^
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baegeae Bar Mteial -
Rabbi Isaac Ever v...: f'
Mmcha :s at : z ~ '. .. ?d ty
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5:30 pun.
the Rirr; wfl] coetinw
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the past Canter Jacob Bcrr.st*:r
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floff wfll discuss: Tr.e Old
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Lluigy. Junior services are
sdsatfjdai fcr 9 a rr... In the David
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Bar.;.. Mcr:_s x:p officiating r.c
Cantrr Lrvmg F. bim n :.-.i.-.ting
the liturgy Mn Sam Sebulefand.
I president cf the Sisterhood, will
re boat si the Cr.eg Shabbat
(ring .r '. :.-.e birth-
day oi her buabaad charter
merr.be.- cf the Center .\s part cf
United Nat' a'i Week. Rabbi
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Shown center with shovels are Herman Fisher, chairman of
the Board of Trustees and Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual
leader of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, breaking ground
ir- ve additional classrooms to accomodate the Center Re-
|io ovs School's roster of some 500 pupils. Also scheduled
erected are a study for the Rabbi, an educational office
C::-.'cr Irving Robinson and a Board of Directors Meeting
Rccm. Looking on (left) is Herbert Gelernter, builder. At
; ?s A. Edgar Miller, Center president.
State Of Israel
To Cite Hadassah
Chapter Here
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. presi I IT!
of the Greater Miami Chupter of
Hadassah, this week announced
that at a November 3rd Menibrr-
ship Meeting the State of Israel
will present the Chapter with a j
Scroll of Honor for its whole- I
hearted cooperation in the Israel
Bond campaign.
Mrs. Weinstein quoted Israel's
Ambassador to the United States. |
Abba Eban, who told the National !
Economic Conference for Israel at
Atlantic City recently: "More
work, more sacrifice, more inten-
sified responsibility are needed."
"Let Hadassah lead the way,
and the rest will follow," Mrs.
Weinslein added. "Show them
what we can do for Israel, and,
in doing for Israel, bring honor
to Hadassah."
Other speakers at a brunch for
the Hadassah presidents and bond
chairmen were Peggy Kaplan,
Hadassah Bond coordinator, and
Mrs. Harry Gersten. chairman of
the Greater Miami Women's Divi-
sion, State of Israel Bonds cam-
paign.
Tropical Chapter Opens
Member Treat Series
Tropical Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold the first in a
series of Membership Treats on
Tuc.-day evening, October 28th, 8
p.m., at the home of Mrs. Irving
F;nestone. 1870 Biarritz Drive.
Miami Beach.
Featured will be a skit, Third
'arty, and a film on B'nai B'rith.
General chairman is Mrs. Sam
Rose, -wjth Mrs. Lcroy Levy in
charge of the program.
Judy Shapiro Addresses
Youth On Radio Forum
Judy Shapiro, recently returned
from a summer tour of Israel, will
be heard in a series of broad-
casts on Simon Seiden's Jewistt
Forum oi the Air start.n^ Sun-
day, October 26th, 10 a.m., ow c
station WMIE.
Miss Shapiro will bring m< us-
ages to youtii of the Greater Mi-
ami community regarding Is-
rael's current program of upbuild-
ing. She is the daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs. David Shapiro.
en's participation in the forthcoming campaign for the
al School sponsored by Yeshiva University in con-
firs. Bess Glasser, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, and cam- i
bo-chairmen Samuel C. Levenson and R. Williams Apte.
The meeting was held Monday afternoon at the BLscayrie Ter-
race Hotel._____________.
Vrvviviv lAinvhvs
Shi i'I Friday
Edward Clarke will open the
-eiies of Preview Luneh-
i on Friday. October 31st,
p.m., at the Miami Women's
Club.
t Luncheons will be open to
those holding University of Mi-
di!,: Syr phony Club Cards. Junia
Sells will be at the piano for Mr.
Clarke .". the series' opener.
Singli :ukets for the first sym-
phony concert, November 2nd and
3rd, will go on sale at all ticket
offices on Monday, October 27th.
may be purchased at the
i rsity, the Downtown Ticket
A r idon's. Bookworm and
at the Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums.
Beth Sholom Sisters
Plan Annual Bazaar
Mesdames Sol Goldstein, Lewis
Loeb, Michael Steckloff, Jules
; Bloch, L. H. Zitt, Ben Lewis. Ben
Lond, Irving. Rothman, Jack Ab-
bott and Frank Kamen will be
hostesses at a brunch at 12 noon
Ion Wednesday, October 29th, in
I the Banquet Hall of Temple Beth
Sholom.
Purpose of the brunch is to
, gather merchandise for the forth-
j coming Annual Bazaar of the
' Sisterhood. Any article of men's
'wear constitutes the price of ad-
l mission, according to Mrs. Aaron
; Farr, Sisterhood president.
Halloween Party Follows
Flamingo Court Meeting
Flamir.go Court No. 12, Order
the Amaranth, will meet on
Monday, October 27th. 8 p.m.. at
4'1'.< Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach.
Royal Matron Mrs. Sol Merin-
go'f announces a Halloween
Party to be held after the
:riL..
Hebrew School Sisters
To Hold Party, Meet
The Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation Sisterhood will hold
a Games Party at the Synagogue
on Sunday evening, October 26th.
8 p.m.
The Sisterhood will also meet
on Tuesday afternoon, October
28th, 1 p.m.. according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Edward L.
Becker, president.
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Meet Rabbi Mescholoff To Serve
>,< oimI Torm As President Of J.\'F
HyinR for an Israeli
R.ibb, Moses Meschcloff will
acaiii serve as president of the
newish National Fund Council-i>f
ISouth Florida, having been re-
Llccted unanimously at a general
-meeting. The
while
line, and
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prised of dele-
ga.tes from
twenty six or-
ganizations of
the area, repre-
senting 6,000
Zionists.
Other offi-
cers who will
serve this year
chairman of the Executive Board,
Leon J. Ell, honorary chair-
nan; Benjamin Appel, Saui Ash-
kenazy. Lillian Bogdan, Manuel
Jurstein, Mrs. Irwin Makovsky,
Abraham Mason, Gil Rappaport
BnH Mrs. Solomon Halpern, vice
icnts; Sam Schachno, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Barnett Beck-
Ifrman. recording secretary; Mrs.
larry Rogers, assistant recording
ecretary; Cantor Samuel Kele-
fcrrr. treasurer; and Ehiel Leso-
Iwoder. comptroller.
Saul Ashkenazi, chairman of
|the nominating committee, was
lafsisti-d by Samuel Prosterman
IjNormun Lyons, Mrs. Emanuel
[Kargi r, Dr. Harry Queen. Mrs.
iLrna Pushkin and Mrs. Irwin Ma-
\y< \ sky in preparation of the slate.
Announcement is made by Rab-
Ibi Mescheloff of the completion
of the purchase of three groves
111 i planted in Israel. Presenta-
tion of the certificates will be
lir.ade at a special function.
Tribute will also be paid to Ted
iGibson. Jr., of Miami, who died
Ijn an air crash over Switzerland
an Israeli air
in whose memory a
grove of 1,000 trees was planted.
The Reverend Theodore Gibson,
of Miami, will receive the certifi-
cate honoring his son.
Council is com- The family of the late I. R.
Goodman will be presented with
a certificate honoring him. Good-
man died while serving his term
as president of the Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida early in May.
A grove of 1.0000 trees was plant-
ed in his memory, Rabbi Meschc-
loff said.
Sn im-Danve At
I uzmus Homo
Mrs. Murray Lazarus, of 3120
SW 26th Street, membership
BONDS FOR BAR MITZVAH. As part of a plan to honor
every celebration with the gift of an Israel Bond, the first in a
series of Bonds For Bar Mitzvah was the occasion for the pur-
chase of a bond for Rudolfo Kellerman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bonds For Bar
Mitzvah Program
Is Initiated Here
A new phase of the Israel Bon?.
Campaign has been launched
with the formation of a Commit-
tee on Bonds For Celebrations.
Cantor Samuel L. Kelemer and
Jacob Fishman, who won a trip to
Israel last spring for his out-
standing record in the sale of
Bonds for Big Day, arc co-chair-
men.
The Committee will contact all
Rabbis of Greater Miami for ad-
vance information on Bar Mitz-
vahs scheduled for their calender,
weddings and other events.
The Bonds for Bar Mitzvah
phase of the program has already
taken hold, with several planned
chairman of the Miami Lodge,!
B'nai Brith Women, will spon-1 Alberto Kellerman. of Managua. Nicaragua, by his aunt and
sor a Swim-Luncheon at her \ unc'e- Mr. and Mrs. Desiderio Kellerman, who celebrated
their 25th wedding anniversary at the same time. Left to right jior early in November. The first
are Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, Rudolfo, his |,ook Placc at Temple Beth Shol-
aunt and uncle and Cantor Samuel L. Kellermer. who taught |om- wlth Ruabb' L the young Nicaraguan the Bar Mitzvah ritual. Rudolfo was I f,c,atlng *hfcn ^'j0*!*!"T"
u -. u. u u J j .i- I was Bar Mitzvah and received an
brought here by his parents to study for the occasion. jsiaei Bond
home on Tuesday, October 28th,!
12 p.m.
Mrs. Lazarus said that the af- j
fair is restricted to the first 50
reservations. Eligible to attend
are members who will bring a
new member.
Co-hostess is Mrs. David Katz.
Others who will also open their
homes at later dates include the
Mesdamcs Abe Aronovitz. Sid-
ney Aronovitz, David Zangwill,
Evelyn Goldstein and Harvey
Herman.
Toddv Optner
Sn Toddy Optncr, son of Mrs. Ida
Box Lunch Auction
A box lunch packed by mem-
bers of the Tifereth israel North-
side Center will be auctioned on
Sunday, October 26th, at 7:30
p.m. Mrs. N. Karasaw is chair-
man of the affair.
Roosevelt Temple Party
Roosevelt Temple No. 33. Pyth-
ian Sisters, will hold an Annual
Halloween Card and Mah Jongg
Optner, 2353 SW 24th Terrace, i Party on Wednesday. October
Miami, passed away in New York 29th. at the Dora August Memo-
/.i iii or a Forms
I'M Ivroiip
I Sponsoring a United Synagogue | ^rs;,
Youth Group for members be-
tween the ages of 13 to 18 years,
is the Zamora Jewish Center, ac-
cording to Mrs. Arthur Borok.
director.
The group meets every second,
third and fourth Monday night
of the month at 8 p.m.
icera are Arnold Borok,
president: Joel Grebin, vice pres-
ident: Helen Altman, secretary;
I Cy Lauritz, treasurer; Eliot
iDcutsch, sergeant-at-arms; and
I 1 Rothfeld. chaplain.
on Wednesday, October 15th, at
the age of 39.
Mr. Optner was a student at
the Miami Senior High School
and graduated from the Univer-
sity of Miami.
In addition to his mother, he
leaves his wife, Jean, a
rial Hall. Chairman of the event
is Mrs. Manuel Rudes.
Announce- livtfh
David llav Her*?
Beth David Sisterhood has
sister, designated October 29th. as Beth
Mark Simpson,
brother, Phil Optner.
Services were on Friday, with
the New York Riverside Chapel
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ltmt Friday, octt.rtp
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1
y--r.su alpe^t
"Souir *>--" sac sow ati ar tfas: Teerpie 1st**: has re-
v^ljcc -it cwc it-Pt* taeatrt troupe Mart : ir persanaliy pre-
pared is rux near over anc rar sc: rne ssape rt Lasoar i ?i---
it wstiroaat n as ""' r r^r ^acrucc romecy-company **
*: ceperec rrr .i.s*r i;i'ti-b sert
Prrvue.y eey-aocy far.*"T :"r.^e*aet thar atnataea?
are '**--; -.r aaaa: tsnw: :::-^.< a* fansi>y end fneads
- : rr.=_T s>ear me stb-t s: ear:; la this spinl I sacra t= Ker-lic
h, %a *-esua5asecaet: is l^eLons Wrrr.tr t typed aote:
,,rii ..-*ve i aer trua : aorae '
Tit 1 s wTsaee wai *r.r- I ro;_is *e*ve a-ryse-: r asaae.
t at nr :aei,: re.-T nrrm: Toarar s Oiaett' .ce=e te hie
w.c sUruar- psjsr ace Sice. SuperiOy aasas ineaa met ifaa.
*ns nroa*-a.T t- .':" r =rer_-tae ta^rteea acsars wet noth-
tr-s scsc: st reu.-lic Star sr_= was Caralyi Mess s: ;rresistibie as
Mi tae rc^^a : rtr us r: a*.r.w> Da, y-o;. re wanaerhu:" Ttaee
w-- i>r: st: peer rul-r s-r-ec : soar jeamec at tae Aaanty
~ r~***-' Arti r*>- "-.1-. waere sac s rr.irmc Accepnac
rrr_i_T ts m* ci----c- rasaee or set were aer autbaad
I:'.: tr- haawwBwBfl reer-apt sac
Tary : tl- wcraec tor isarras, tae-y rorressei or seas way of
- i as. :.;ra; :ar tr e-erpes S-nc.ry Sen an. suiihiac, Tae prod-c-
ce-r hm BaaesMi ry Tp=^^ hMh >piw l_fflJoM sann
Bcrrr.= ^rrrwn -r ra* itfci ear a*rr t**t uu us rusaar-us :c
Hn Hess.
1- twi ms vx--^zt- aa u: :: ~>arr^rT &er:2a. St^-.?y aar
v;-r_r ~.t _r;T. r='-~ l^^.c..tr -''^rrr r*rf--^s Kennaii Star-
: M.T- ?-t: Tiae r^rr.trc f~r.r:r. tac tae Tr.ar lanrrs ^: ii
p_e ^acu Ac-er St-r* Naaaal tae ?.tL:ra Tr was rea^y i
~-.c-.f-- -_:e j^aarrijt ."at-e rea*ars*c aer liaev spc_^e Lob
nratc .r -rrrs Sir- raT^rie; ta: rusaaae ." aiaj><2
%c.r.; ^^i aa: aerj ">? I^eaae. .ar ic eii Xa: TT: l=
ir< ^-t ur^aeec ar r_r: ry --; I-rraii aac sc ^ wenl iar
in
Mas Geller Weds Personally Speaking .
Norman Wolfson
its* Fraocme GeSas daocii-
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Mr sac Mrs. SbbbOB W
Stred Rabb: Irv-
.- Lr-.r-.^r ff.:.iV-d
7-. :-.--. -1; ":
P.eruraed bem^a ramsei spent in Long lelc--' ^.^ v
=re ?!- cad NHf Mm Applebaijm. oi IMC LiberyT !*k-
r-ej on Bem>. resuniec his studies in the sea ;- "V'aue-
|Vc= Beccr. rich Sc-.cc: c^ September 1st "" '*
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?4i. cnic Mrs- bwj Eicsberg, oi the Beach M*-- =: n,
=edcsc ten-dcy stay at Harcna. Cuba, ^*l-
* *
Rerur-.inc hei yesterday from a mne-weer ;_ -; r
cue Isrce; were Mx. and Mrs. Leo BnMaati ~-~V" "'Jr3*
v-^:tea e.cbt European countnes and obserre-
sheca ffia Kclv Dcys in Tel At-t.
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M- c Mis AJ Cbcykm. oi 4365 SW 2nd Sae,
* Ho.
-aa
ie r_-;. c: -- sc- Lesbe Ira. on October .1 -11*
HMOrkd HMBatiai Tr.e Ens was heid on Sunc:- Zz^-'y?
*." r.everend A^rahcm SeJ oihciating. '""
* *
Morns Simcn. pesident oi the Cora] Gafclet Zicbm >
-j.r bat returned ire Scrannah. Georgia where -* cr.-"*i
ie Ccr.ver.ticn c: he South eastern Zionist Rec.r.- v. ; -'."^
z mtmbm c: e Eecxn s ExecutiTe Committee.
* *
recently crcduC.ed hem Judge Advocate Generc; Schoo ''-
?ersity ci Virginia d ChariottesviEe. Foilowmc c exltn to,
here, -hey w-;i: iecve for C
ant Zukcrnick ;s cerrr rnentjy stctioned.
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tag
." -., ir. Q%r ae wti .r r.a; af aer ineads lae sarae r:me they
er* -- 7 c: aer Aj Kaa Mrs. Hyrraa Lietoer ae s ws-
aera ir-t sea^s -aitresr^aa ae-wi tac-^: lr^ siasaaerv Dorotty"Oi
- rci 5re wr.res----1 ::cnc ts i rT"-rjt-a^sJ icr tae US a-b'.ir
r>i.:r S*r*-.r* ar. ria,~er-ae:err.ar arc;-r"_ Tan a lb* gal who
f> .s*,-c rrt V :: V. -: rt rerema; Humar. P.e.atjrus. rtiaeeher?
7ai=t Pssassi j t: :.-* ";-eo at :-t V :: Chicsgo oc that
Hjevaapec eejear-ar .-.:.- ccx.^ei =.;r. srhoo: and acllege -
- :_- air* -^. ;. = :( ;.-.t eacae eyeir_r-c .: rreas-^rec up .
!*i" PZST :t: Mi-'. "rtna. Ten Go.dsteia s SAiaoher Shop
'- *_:ar P.aac. Seasariaaa. ;$ rae wars tor his coior-flau Rose
Wrisj i: -.r.e Siephea FoMei has heea weiaacung ac old friend Texaa.
.'tap* St^er i t^rer DMs : raaw san; the other day that Lou
L-y c^: :ru :.-. MsflCaaalSi
Leryi ngar-aaac =-.aa tcr i .rag t-aae his been Gladys Gold-
2-ta r-^rre=-_T :.-.-.-: tr-a-_: ^jrara; sew home. Added furnish -
aag arerry saor w_: ae rr CV.'r-rir's second hahy Rerumed
frcea New Tack M reriae peraiaaenily w-.ta ai is Bea N-n-us school
BB^ z-ti j Eesae.. w_iz aer It-year -old Reaa. They > been back
bead ui weecs Baaa Reaa s a: 1*-i^'..ii school and Baas in the
Basra Scai ;f.ae
Be* i ^ery acoc fnendi ar Kat aad Roddy Rood.
C5 TOOaV
Bea^nfv. Raz Werner was aatfas, up has desk uaa tnad the
er day sc sac acu^d carat the next plane to Kasaau. tc Tisil bat
ac t^ier Raj r-^ss tae works in oo* Croas' a9ency Aad
a_rf ner saagarer Fr-eca was hospilalixed. Mrs. Max Fine hiimiil
araunc wrst sraaarr-;.a Joyce. They were njeying dinner the otbar
itaj: a: Hejer and ea Tack s boat hi Surf side. .
EELATEr. MFT PflaHltaSl welcome te Rabbi Abrahato 01
Jeeec neigaaor oc our lElh Street: ...
Tear was Irving Firae. lndussanoosiy carting around in Food
Faxr weeaanc maraating with ha rwo cniidran. I noticed, became
has BBSSl bos had ksal aaackad over a piia oi boxad candy, aad was
rep-acmg laesc I stopped and said: ~WalL whadday*
usr cud ma* is t sug slack of eaanad pinetppie ;uice." I
tt-oashi ae looked cnacred. js find that adulzs can ba-aven. worse.
~Z T;a laid ana. ~Z wilZ now pe hack aad de-'-ri testae eoox."
PEOPLE UD KFWS
Karns Saaior ^ the postoffica. says he had a bang-up time on
sen York vacaxioc The Bombay s Bc Kauffanan was hSaaSBBBM
rack t=ai week loaded w^c aoruaczs and reaerTacjcns Ma* Benk-
^w^j t: tae Lae.raoauss seems to haT copped one of the grandes:-
cioed social pcrtie: o: t> year. .
For t pay whs doear : like 'pohaes." but reaiiaed aT-to-soor.
taey made tae difieren-.e berweec good or bad civic development.
Karla M-.f s Free Pa.mar ran up a waLopiag ote. "We poi the
her: soys m.' ae reports ot the coune-lxaanic elections so fcnailing
watt fire aad fury us taere He and Addie are tossing ham-
BWSJPSI tvjtin: e: their Kevatone houae Sunday, for a reunion of
'- sM friends taey hadn't seer, since the battles opened. .
Eright-eyed Jean ."sensor drcrt in few days ago from White
P.tint and picked tae Continental. She's one of thoae raritiesa
ccnatmarjoe sooa. director and beeubeian. .
Enthus-as:.; kids parking blankets aad sweeten for this week-
ends Young Jodaa conclave include Beach classmate* Joe Murray.
M-r--am Tuck, e^na ram end my Brett. They simp!y can't wa;:
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Mi md Mb. Scnl I. Kenholz hove returnee c:.-? : n
c summer spent hi Cchiomia and New York. Azaooa -e--
they v.sited were Rene Denver and Las Veecs A _-.; ; 'fe'^,.
stcrte Ncncncl rcrk w-s also c highlight oi the.; wbi^.
Vesting he: JaugbssT !lrs. Russell Ertmc- :: '.'.'doinert
Long Islcnd. New York, is Mrs. Idc Hartz 22;. Sooth Mkaa
Avenue.
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Harfej WoUsob were .*-..- -;--
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Newrrwed Mrs. w.:.'i.:r. was
pwwaaswi frosg Murr.: Beach
H.f.- Schw.1 tad attended the
Uwjversrt) .: Florida sad tr.c
L'aiwenatj f Mhawa
TIbe hrhwag --- rr. stss ^ i c i -c led
irirr. Do:;r*str: H.^r. 5
BosSoa, laksswcnusetti tad ..-
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A recepuoo followed the :c.-e-
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)AY, OCTOBER 24. 1952
fJewisti fkridinun
\almuth To Head
u< It Branch
I, 8 Nursery School Parent-
y,ers meeting held in the
Branch, Greater Miami
[ish Community Center, Mrs.
Ion Sirkin, acting chairman,
,ounced that Nathan Malmuth
[been named chairman of the
rfiam Committee of the group.
f will be assisted by Mrs. Sel-
Kantor and Mrs. Selma Rabi-
litz.
nominating committee con-
ing nf the Mesdames Selma
linowitz. Selma Kantor, Ethel
bowitz, Toba Seff and Mr.
on Maumuth was also named
Irold Siegel Bar
ftzvah Tomorrow
ild Siegel will become Bar
|vah tomorrow morning, 9
at the North Dade Jewish
ler.
Bar Mitzvah is actively
^ged in organizing a Teen Age
up at the Center and serves
the Membership Committee.
|v;is one of four delegates
en to represent the Center
-c United Synagogue Youth
mention recently held in the
I Juan Hotel.
is also a member of*the
kh Dade Junior Congregation
[will attend Post Bar Mitzvah
les tin re.
\r. Of Mr. David Siegel, 40 NE
Street. North Miami, found-
: the North Dade Jewish Cen-
ts Kiddush will be held in his
following the Bar Mitzvah
jnony.
si of honor will be his
|oniother,-Mrs. L. Dreyfus.
PAGE 9
Miss Terese Ann Blumberg Weds Baseball
Star Flip Rosen In Alabama Nuptial Rites
On Sunday evening, October 12th, Miss Terese Ann Blumberg,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Blumberg, Dothan, Alabama, be-
came the bride of Albert Leonard Rosen, Cleveland, Ohio, son of
Mrs. Sol Gould, Forest Hills, New York.
The single ring ceremony was performed in Dothan's Temple
|manu-El, with Rabbi Meyer Marx officiating.
Miss Zelda Gross Weds Robert Gregg In
Rites At Monte Carlo; Leave For Havana
Given in marriage by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gross,
Miss Zelda Gross, of 711 85th Street. Miami Beach, became the
bride of Robert Harold Gregg on October 18th, at the Monte Carlo
Hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of the North
Shore Jewish Center, officiated. Cantor Edward Klein assisted.
Maid of honor was Miss Leila Gross, sister of the bride. Larry
Steinhardt, uncle of the groom,,
was best man. Ring bearer was'
Daniel Robinson, with the Misses
Maxine Kasselman and Carol Mae
Rose acting as flower girls.
Ushers were Jerry Gross, Her-
bert Hirschberg, Jerald Hirsch-
berg, Herbert Weinstock, Wil-
liam Rogers, Jimmy Coplan, Lar-
ry Hollander and Stanley Wolf-
man.
The former Miss Gross was at- i
tired in a gown of imported,
chantilly lace bodice over white I
satin. Her skirt was of two layers
of nylon- net with a peplum of
nylon Serwdian pleated tulle.
Her illusion nylon veil was at-
tached to a crown of seed pearls
and beads." She Carried white
orchids one Bible.
For something old. the ring
bearer carrted o White satin pil-
low that the bride's mother used
on her own wedding day.
NewlyWed Mrs. Gregg was
graduated from Miami Beach
High School and is now associ-
ated with Mount Sinai Hospital.
The bridegroom, son of Mrs.
Irene Hartney, Miami and New
New York, also graduated from
' Miami Beach High School and
, attended the Universities of Flor-
. ida and Miami. An alumnus of
\ Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, he
j is currently associated with the
j firm of Philbin & Coine.
The couple flew to Havana.
Cuba, for their honeymoon and
will reside here on their return.
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Wedding music was under the
direction of Mrs. Lee Shuger-
man, aunt of the bride, who play-
ed the traditional marches and
nuptual preludes with violin ac-
companiment by Mrs. E. N. Pol-
Ian.
Attending the bride as maid of
honor was her cousin. Miss Felic-
ia Orovitz, of Miami Beach. Mrs.
Jerry Rosen, of Miami, sister-in-
law of the bridegroom, was mat-
ron of honor.
Bridesmaids included Miss
Henni Goldman, Miami; Miss
Janice Schwartz, Chicago; Mrs.
Maurice Furchott, Atlanta; Mrs.
Leon May and Mrs. Edward Es-
kind, Nashville, Tennessee; and
Miss Robbie Ann Haisten and
Mrs. Coke Jones, Jr., Dothan.
Serving as junior bridesmaids
were Miss Beverly Blumberg and
Miss Helen Blumberg, of Doth-
an, and Miss Susan Bass, of Mi-
ami. Mary Blumberg, daughter
Alabama; and Maurice Krasel-
sky, Dothan.
Given in marriage by her fath-
er, newlywed Mrs. Rosen wore
an original creation of diamond
white bridal satin and French
', Point D'Lyons lace. The molded
lace bodice, which fastened in
the back, was designed with Eliz-
abethan collar and long sleeves
ending in calla points over the
hands. The collar and sleeve
points were encrusted with seed
pearls. Bands of the same pat-
tern lace adorned the satin skirt
which ended in a cathedral train.
Her triple-tiered veil of illus-
ion covered the bride's face and
was attached to a French hand -
made filagree crown of pearls.
Formed of three white orchids,
the bridal bouquet was showered
with white satin ribbons and tiny
wedding bells of chantilly lace.
In attendance from Miami were
Clifford Frank Is*
Rar Mitzvah Here
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Frank
of 1840 Cleveland Road, Miam;
! Beach, announce the Bar Mitz-
1 vah of their son, Clifford Stuart.
: tomorrow morning, October 25th.
at the Ahavas Israel Synagogue
Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate
and address the Bar Mitzvah.
Clifford Stuart is a student at
the Nautilus Junior High School
and is in the eighth grade. He
received his religious training at
the Ahavas Israel Synagogue.
A reception in his honor will
be held tomorrow evening, 7:30
p.m., at the Sorento Hotel
sssVR^ WB
Mrs. Robert H. Gregg
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and Marcia Orovitz. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Orovitz,
of Miami, were flower girls.
Jerry Rosen, of Miami, served
as best man for his brother, the
nationally known athlete and
star of the Cleveland Indians
Baseball Team. Leading the pro-
groom's erandmother: Mr. and
Mrs. M. G. Furman, aunt of the
bridegroom: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Rosen, brother and sister-in-law
of the brideeroom: Mrs. A. Oro-
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Mr. and Mrs. David Bass and
children. Bobby and Susan, aunt
and dauehter. Felicia, uncle of
the bride: and Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Orovitz, uncle of the
cessional were David Blumberg, of the bride: Mr. Max Orovitz
Miami; Herbert Blumberg, Uni-
versity of Alabama; Louis Tose,
Norristown, Pennsylvania; Henry
Bronner, Shreveport, Louisiana: bride.
Joe anter, St. Louis, Missouri: Jo-
el Morris, Nashville, Tennessee;
Harold Blach, Jr., Birmingham,
Rabbi Abraham Sachs
is now crl home
|and wants to thank all of the Officers and Members
of the Israelite Center
|and all of his friends for. taking such an interest
while he was bs the hospital.
|He will always remember and appreciate this.
[He also wants to thank the Rabbis of Miami and Miami
Beach who came to see him in the hospital
|And trusts that he will have the opportunity to
further express his gratitude
ior the many kindnesses shown him
Friends from Miami included
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer, Dr. and
Mrs. Irving Gordon, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan. Mrs. M. L. Sha-
Diro, Mrs. Jerome Goodman, Mr.
Ross Sobel and Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Feuer, formerly of Mi-
ami.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the Dothan Country
Club. The couple then left for j
a wedding trip to Mexico. Thev '
will reside on Miami Beach fol-
lowing their return until Mr.
Rosen reports for spring training
with the Cleveland Indians at
Tucson, Arizona.
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JlliT Brothers
[ash In Plane
fa i-seater airplane struck a
^r yne near Tapiiami Airport
and crashed, bringing
jy to two young Miamians.
Miller, 21, of 3470 SW 10th
in the passenger's seat,
red a fractured skull, crushed
other broken bones.
: ither, Martin who piloted
bane, 24, of 36200 SW 9th
L.. received facial cuts, a
Ltd skull, concussion and
fkc.n hip.
accident occurred when
lane's undercarriage caught
top wire of a 60-foot high
line, throwing it nose
vard and crashing into the
iral Group To
iiimc Sessions
Choral Group of the Sis-
C'l of Temple Beth Sholom
|ptn its season with a coffee
a.m., October 28th, at the
|ci its chairman, Mrs. Alex-
Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm
i fter the group will meet
lay morning at 10 a.m..
Social Hall of the Temple.
[Choral Group is conducted
Samuel Kelemer, and
c,T)p".nist is the Temple's
it. Herman Fried. Officers
Coup in addition to Mrs.
Mi sdames Louis Shapiro,
rer: Rhea Katz, secretary;
[Gordon, librarian; Michael
icial secretary; and Lou
Ian, publicity chairman.
35 Store Offers
I Nineties Prizes
ps totaling $1,000 in mer-
pe are offered by mer-
of Cobbs Country Store
pars of a Gay Nineties Old
' and Dress contest, which
conducted in connection
opening celebration of
Ittle Riv,r Shopping and
i'.i n Center, November
lugh 21st.
DADE MEN
[.'lens Club of the North
vish Center recently met
newly elected officers
eg. Plans are being com-
for the Old Fashioned
pance t > be held at the Cen-
ISaturday evening, Novem-
f-. 9 p.m. Walter Johnson
i Caloosahatche River fam-
l furnish the music.
Beach Young Adults
To Meet Wednesday
Ed Klein, president of the Mi-
ami Beach Young Adults, said
early this week that the next
meeting of the group will be held
in the Social Hall of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center on Wednes-
day, October 29th. 8:30 p.m.
The program will be an Eternal
Light playlet entitled, Solomon
Shechter, followed by a talk by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Program
chairman is Claire Kail.
Bob Stone, social chairman, said
that the social committee will
meet at 8 p.m., Wednesday, to
complete arrangements for a
Paid-Up Membership on Novem-
ber 15th.
Oberman Heads
New Art Group
On October 15th, the^iewly
formed Miami Beach Community
Ait Group unanimously elected
William Oberman as its first
president. Oberman is a local ar-
tist and art instructor.
The group, consisting of ama-
teur artists, art lovers and hobby-
ists, meets every Wednesday eve-
ning at 8 p.m., in the Pallette
House of the Center for a two-
hour session of sketching and
painting from models and still
life.
Other officers elected were the
Mesdames Alexander Kogan, vice
president; Michael Forman, secre-
tary; M. H. Rosenhouse, treasurer:
Robert Bloch. recording secretary;
and Leonore Curtice, publicist.
Gables Sisters Meet
The Coral Gables Jewish Center
Sisterhood will meet on Monday-
evening, October 27th, 8:15 p.m..
at the Center. Mrs. Lee Elman is
program chairman.
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Miami Beach
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The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood will meet at a
Luncheon and Card party on
Wednesday, October 29th, 12:30
p.m. Mrs. Max B. Messer is chair-
man.
Dr. Kingdon Views
Israel's Growth
At Bond Dinner
Some $20,000 worth of Israel
Bonds were sold last week at a
dinner given in the Delano Hotel
by the Professional Division -of
the- Greater Miami Committee.
Bonds of Israel Government.
Speaking at the dinner held in
his honor, Dr. Frank Kingdon,
editor, radio commentator, and
lecturer, said that "every Ameri-
can who comes to the help of Is-
rael thereby comes to the defense
of America.'"
Israel is already demonstrating
the power of a free people, he
explained. "It has more than dou-
bled its population in four years.
It has turned deserts into fruitful
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It has discovered natural resourc-
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sand years. It has created and de-
veloped cities. An investment in
Israel is an investment in people
who have proved their energy
and resourcefulness."
Harry Simonhoff, chairman of
the Professional Division Dinner,
lauding the results of the evening.'
indicated that it was the first
time that Miami's professional
group had ever been assembled
for the purpose of bond selling.
Judge Irving Cypen was co-
chairman with Sam Goldfarb
sharing the dais.

Above is Dr. Frank Kingdon, noted author, radio commentator,
world traveler and lecturer, arriving in Miami last Thursday to
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:al Leaders
ied To Posts
I Zionist Confab
Ihe recent Convention of the
Eastern Region, Zionist Or-
fctioti <>f America, held in
Inah. Georgia, several mem-
lf the local Zionist District
[electI'd to regional offices
Jing to the statement of
Abramowitz, Regional di-
nour B. Leibman was elect-
Ice president. Others are
[Jonas, assistant treasurer;
/an Stiaaten, honorary vice
Pnt. and Harry J. Sonz, Dr.
G. I.ytton. Dr. Leo M. Le-
I.isowoder and S. A.
ban, members of the Re-
Administrative council.
,... s non, of Coral Gables,
lyman Sootln, of Miami
lected to the Reg.onal
[istra'.ive Council. Gil Rap-
w.s named vice president
ill i if the Young Zionist
Bgional budget of $50,000
dopt< d. Speakers included
nd Mrs. Seymour B. Leib-
,nd Fred Jonas, chairman
Membership Committee.
E\V ACADSWY WOMEN .
ebrew Academy Women
ri a dance on Sunday
at the Casa Blanca Hotel
Jrs. George Kimmel, Mrs.
tomer and Mrs. Samuel
U i rliairmen.
fur the first social affair
Fall season were completed
a Wednesday noon rr.eet-
|th< King Arthur Room of
xony Hotel.
!DANCERS MEET
J Folk Dance Group of the
|r Miami Jewish Commun-
nter's Beach Branch will
Sunday, October 26th, et
LAZARUS PARTY
Err ma Lazarus Chapter.
JYith, will hold its first
^rship ''arty on Sunday.
26th. b p.m., at the Surf-
Hotel. Annette Jakub-
|membership chairman.
:h Center PTA
Its At Breakfast
PTA of the Miami Beach
Center Religious School
Did a Get-Together Break-
new and old members on
fcsday morning, October
|10:30 a.m., in the Center
Room, according to Mrs.
ore Hankoff, president,
for various activities will
nulated and the purposes
PTA will be clarified. On
will be new books recent-
phased for the Religious
1 Library, as well as the new
rrip machine donated to the
by the Young Adult
Irving Firtel is chairman
I Breakfast.
ttummaQe Sale
\Smt At Ftaglvr
Plans for a rummage sale by
the Flagler-Gran*da Jewish
Community Centfr* Women's
Group are now in full swing, ac-
cording to Mrs. Hy Coverman,
chairman.
Committee workers include the
Mesdames Ralph Lang, Ben Clein
and Irving Seid. The sale will
be held November 14th and 15th,
Mrs. Coverman said.
Other plans on the agenda in-
clude a Monthly Luncheon at the
Center on Tuesday afternoon,
12:30 p.m., with Mrs. Arthur Sol-
omon as chairman and a Women's
Bowling League which will meet
Monday nights, 9 p.m., at the
Palace Bowling Center. Mrs. Le-
on Bernard is in charge ol in-
formation.
Senior Teenagers
Meet On Mondays
The Senior Teen Age Group
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center met early this
week to formulate plans for the
Fall season.
The Group meets on Monday
evenings at 8 p.m., according to
Jesse Freed, chairman. A foot-
ball field has been cleared for the
Teen Agers' use by the Center.
Beth Sholom
PTA To Meet
The PTA of Temple Beth Shol-
om will open its new season with
a symposium on Monday even-
ing, October 27th, 8 p.m., in the
Temple Patio, according to an
announcement by Mrs. Irving B.
Kaplan, president.
Subject of the symposium will
be: When Does Jewish Educa-
tion Begin And End? Partici-
pants are Dr. Jesse Spirer, direc-
tor of the Guidance Clinic, Uni-
versity of Miami, who will give
the psychologist's point of view:
Bess Marder. Hebrew teacher on
the faculty of Beth Sholom's Re-
ligious School; Nancy Rothman,
alumnus of the Religious School,
and Mrs. Harold Turk, who will
represent teacher, student and
parent, respectively.
Sydney J. Greenberg, educa-
tional director of the Beth Shol-
om Religious School, will serve
as moderator. Audience partici-
pation will follow.
Art Singers Perform
At Packer Home Here
The Community Art Singers,
founded and directed by Dr. Paul
Held, presented a musical pro-
gram at the home of Mrs. Fran-
ces Packar, 4600 Prairie Avenue,
last Sunday evening.
Dr. Held discussed: What 3s
The Cultured Voice. Solos were
then rendered by Mrs. Frances
Packar, Alto; Stella Andre, cf
stage, radio and television; and
Mrs. Rose Dellerscn, soloist.
Smorgasbord Luncheon
The B'nai B'rith Women of
Coral Gables will hold their Fall
Smorgasbord Luncheon at the
Coral Gables Women's Club, 1001
East Ponce de Leon Boulevard.
on Tuesday. October 28th, 12:30
pjn. Mrs. Leo Past is chairman
of the affair. Cards and Mah
Jong will complete the after-
noon.
YOUTH GROUP FORMED
A Youth group consisting of
boys and girls from the ages of
13 to 18 years is being organized
in affiliation with the North Dade
Jewish Center under the guidance
of Rabbi Harry Ettinger.
Ira Catz has been appointed
temporary chairman. Anne Hel-
:'enbein is temporary secretary.
Adult Social Group
The Adult Social Group of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center will hold an Installa-
tion Dance on Saturday evening,
November 8th, 9 p.m., at the
Sorrento Hotel
a patient at Mount Sinai Hospital does not hinder Mrs.
Kafka, 75, from observing the ritual of lighting her
r-cih candles. Shown with Mis. Kafka are her daughter.
I David Joseph, with whom she makes hei home at 3005
J1 Eay Road. Miami Beach, and Nurses Shirley Selmano-
pN. and Grace Stienen, RN, whom she considers as
cers of her Mount Sinai family.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
- 153979
HARI.ANI) .I. ZKI.I.AR
VS.
MAR'SAltET M. ZF.I.I.AR
SUIT FOR DIVORLE
TO: MARGARET M. ZEI.I.AR
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Plvorce has been
tiled against you. and you are required
to serve a oopy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Kill nf Complaint on
the ]ilaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN
F. KKSS1.ER. 220U W. Flagler St..
Miami and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of November, ItM. If you
IhII to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Rill of I'om-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we. k for (our consecutive weeks
In THE JKWISH FI/OR11HAN.
DONE AND ORDKRKD at Miami.
I this 22nd day of Octobel
A.D. 19.12.
K li l.KATHKRMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
li'ircult Court Seal)
By W.M. W. STOCKING
Deputy Oerk
10'24-31 11 '7-1*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name >*
NATIONAL CREDIT CARD OP
FLORIDA. SOUTHERN DIVISION
nt l Lincoln ltd. Bldjr., Miami Beach
intends to register' MIO name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad'
County. Florida.
WILLIAM ('HASH
10/24-31 11/7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
of
BREAXWAT1 R HoTEL
t't 910 Ocean Drive, Miami Reach,
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Cltcuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
AARON H. OOPRSHON
ALRF.RT POI.LAK
PAPL POLLAK
.. tPartners)
1C/M-31 11/7-11
Compare
TETLEY TEA
with any other brand
Eenj. Adlei & Geo. J. Airan-.s
Associated with
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Poultry Market. Inc.
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Miami Ph. 2-3673
Shochti on Premises Daily
Wholesale & Retail
Select Poultry for a Select C'ie-tele
Under Supervision of Rabbi
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FAMOUS
SINCE 1837
then Compare
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE col'NTY. JI'lKiE'S COURT
IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY,
F1.0R1DA IN PROBATE, NO.
2X8I9II
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES STANLKV a.'k/a
CHARLES F.DWARD STANLEY
Deceased
To All Creditor! and All Persons
Having Claims or Demand! AKainst
Said Estate:
Vou, and each of you. are hciel.v
notified and required to present an)
claims and demands which you, or
cither of vou. may have against the
estate of CHARLES EDWARD STAN-
LEV deceased late of Dade County.
F.orlda. to the Honorable County
Judge! of Dad! County, and file the
i same In his office In the County
Courthouse in Dad,- County, Florida.
within eight calendar month! from
! the date of the first publication here.
; of Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant ami
to l>e sworn to and presented as al"'' -
said, or same will ie barred.
Data ('(toiler 22, A.D. 1952.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
As Administrator of the Estate of
CHARLES EDWARD STANLEY
Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
! Attorney for Administrator
| 10 '21-31 11/7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
/ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHAMPAGNE HOIK BAR
at 6**<7 N. \V. 7th Avenue. Miami in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
<-HARLES A WICI.ESWoRTH
STEPHEN P. KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
220 W. Flagler St.
10/24-31 11/7-11_________________________|
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO.
153948
MARY Dl BIASI, Plaintiff.
PATSY i>l BIASI. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORLE
TO: PATSY Dl BIAS]
126 Avenue U,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
You PATSY Dl BIASI, 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
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. REN ESSEN. ESQ.. 823
Reynold lildg.. Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 21st
dav of November. 19.">2. If you fai
I to'do so, Judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
I demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IM)NE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 21st day of October,
" E. B. 1.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Couoty, Florida
(Circuit court Seal) M & FEK;E
D'eputy Clerk
PEN ESSEN
823 Seyhold Pldg..
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10'21-31 11/7-11 ____
MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME.
Specializing in Care to the Elderly and Chronically 01
* 24 Hour Nursing Service I
Special Diets Strictly Observed
Private and Semi-Private Rooms
LEO ALLEN. Director 33S S. W. 12th Atvnuc
Phones 2-5437 and 9-0278
GORDON
FUNERAL HOMES
"DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
OF GREATER MIAMI"
Two Convenient Locations
AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, the undersigned, desirinr to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
(MIAMI BEACH BENDIX COMPANY.
at 11 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. _..,.
CHARLES WEINGARTEN
MARGIE WEINGARTEN
I 10 '3-10-17-21 _____.
Miami Miami It each
710 S.W. 12th AVE. 1333 DADE BLVD.
Phone Phone
3-3431 5-7677
24-Hour Ambulance Service
B. W. BENNETT. Funeral Director
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersicned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOME I-EATCRES CO. (not inc.)
at 71 71st Street. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, intends to register aald name with
the C'erk of the Circuit Court of r>ade
county. -;^,,HY S1,.EKMAN.
Sole Owner.
MARX M 1 ABER
"' .....
: j nnne*e*" w I
Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N-TY ,..;,;< coriM
I v i ; : iADB COUNTY,
p ., :: : :\ PROBATE, SO.
27' "
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- "'" '' '' '
Al P. 'on-; H.iv-
idi Against Said
'-' ._
I each Of you, are herehv
0i f ,.,! i r,equli ed to present any
. demands whl< > you. or
either>of vou. may have aualnst tne
' SAM BERG, deceased, late of
, ... 1 County, Florida. ... the Hon.
; ] Dowling. County Judge of
]>3il County, and file the same In his
offiei In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
ralei dar month" from the date of the
rirat ihllcati.ii hereof. Bald claims or
ids to contain the legal address
of the claimant and ti he sworn to
and presented as foi.sald. or same
will lie barred, B< a Section 120 of
the 1933 Prob v
Pate Oct< ''el '. v 0 ''
JEANNBTTB I'HII.l.ll'S
As Administratrix of the Estate of
KAM BERG. I'eceased.
1.M.M iTT. SILVER* MC1.I.OY,
Attorneys for Administratrix
F.i.-t pub'tcatlon or-. October 21, 1952.
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LEGAL NOTICE
+Je*lstncr*K*n
^ -^-

,: circuit court of the
Ee\th judicial circuit in
uD FOR DADE COUNTY,
Florida, in chancery.
' NO. 1S3.4*
- oVaOAH, Plaintiff
I >c< :: a N. Defendant.
T CE BV PUBLICATION
\ :i:i. DUOOAN
. met Trailer Park
-tan log i. Tennesoee.
IRE HERBBT NOTIFIED
.11 ..f Complaint for Divorce
n .1 against you In the
titled ciuae and you are
. quire i i' serve a copy of
, the lilll of Complaint
tlffi attorney, and I lie the
In the office of th- clerk of
:.! Court on or before the
i November. 1951. otherwise
Pro ConfeMO will he tnter-
-1 loll
lice shall he published once
k for four consecutive weeks
IKWISH F'LOKIDIAN.
1 Miami, Florida, this 14th
ctober, I9.'.2.
K B. I.KATHIC1I.MAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Bj : U.M W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
::i S. MA MM,Kit
for Plaintiff
sham lluiiding
i ii :
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE^15
INTSiTCOEUNTT0v SSdSe^COURT
In Re:
"N PROBATE
No. 28586- B
ESTATE 0|
ROSEN. Deceased
o All Oreditors'and All Persons Hav-
r Demands .\Kainst
\m Claims ,
said Batate:
n y.'"1' ""'l cach of y
notified Miid required to
Claims and demand..
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
,., ... No- 153623
HELEN MEBERMAN, Plaintiff.
are hereby
present any
of Dad,. < ounty. Florida, to the ||
.,,/Tr'A, or A""' wl" '": barred.'
Data October 10, AD l'5->
SADIE ROSEN
V. ill and Test i m,.nt f
.i-sk,,,1^,:^^-"u.
Attorney for BxeCUtrlz
S23 Seybold Itldg.
Miami, Florida
10/17-24-31 U/7
lOTICE BV PUBLICATION
|E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
DRIDA IN AND FOR OADE
ICNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 153705
* F'ARRANT, Plaintiff.
iSEPH KBRRANT,
HARD F'EIUtANTi:,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'ARD i .IOSF3PH I'KHItAXT
St.,
i-.-. X V.
lieiehj notified lhat Dill
i>ivoice has been
> !. and yotl are re-
nerve i copy of your Ana-
the mil of Com-
iff- Attorney, and
Answer or Pleading
lee ..f the Cl.lk of the Clr-
ii before the I4ih day
l.er. 1952, If you fail t,,
Ignient hy default will be
. for the relief de-
Hill of Complaint.
ill be published once
misecutive weeks
|J. IKWISH ILolilDIAN.
l.VD OKI >KREI I at Mi,,mi,
of < h tober, AD.
II LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Court,
inty, Florida
H M W. STOCKING,
Ii > Clerk
S, Esq.
: l"'!-itlff
II 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
S?tB.2nier ,m> ''"'tious name of
,,c/\.,,,.AT.T.KHY AND spark
I LI (, COMPANY OK MASSACHI'fl
ETTH at 2136 N. W. 21th stivc yi,.
ami. Florida. Intend to register said
name with th.- Clerk of tl. Circuit
court of Daii,. County, Florida
BOWERS
C,
PAI.I.ot, SILVER i
Attorneys for t iwnera
104 Ingrnham Bldg.
Miami, F'la.
10'17-24-:il 11/7
.1. MAC RAF,
MII.I.oY
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned., desiring to engage in
buaineaa under the fictitious name id
SCOTT ft COMPANY, at 5860 N, E.
Ind Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerl
I
tICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
gned nil Ing to engage In
, i. tltious name of
r.M'KX II 1,1, AND TOP
" S \V. 26th Avenue.
-nl- register said name
' lerk .f the Circuit Court
Oounty, Florida.
ERNEST I.F.DER
Sola owner
I :i 7
the Circuit
Florida.
Court of Dade
ik of
County,
NATHAN
TO
LIEIsekman, Defendant.
vR,DrE.R.x?F PUBLICATION
NATHAN LIEHEKMAX
>4 Barker Street
Hartford, Connecticut
iou are hereby notified that a Bill
or oniplalnt for Divorce has been
r.,,', i,""a""!1" y"u '""' vou M hereby
required to serve copy of your
c,",l,7fr"\,h" '"" "' ''!'"''".lalnt "n
llalntiffs Attorney and file the Orlg-
'." h ',T''r ,'" "" "ffl"' '" "he Clerk
' 'f.' Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida on or before the 7th day of
November, m; otherwise, the al-
legations f Ka,(, l,l of ,.,>rnl)lalnl
you a" """'"""'d against
Dated this 8th day of October 1952
E. B. DKATHKRMAN,
(Seal) rirtult ('ourt
Hy R. H. RICK, .IR (Seal)
l*eputv Clerk
GEORGE J. TAi.iA.vt.FF egg
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/10-17-24-111
Kl.l SHEPPARD
Bl 1,1,1 E SHEPPARD
kOVNER ft MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Bcott ft Company
1.....-17-21-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE I IN SHOP, at SOI Aragon Av-
:-. Coral Gablea, intandi to reglater
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
TED PRUTKOPF
Sole Owner
10 3-10-17-24
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
"-.....' d.-siiing to engage In
indei the fii-tltious name of
dIM.I, FABRICS, at 24S Oir-
Coi ii i tables, Florida,
eglster said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
Ida
ill KHAI.I, FABRICS. INC.
I VIIOM) KARL IIAU'FKT
l.oRENCE HAI.PERT
1 .KKY WINTERS
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-tied desiring to engage in
Ider the fictitious name of
I' soil, CO., CERTIFIED
it Snake Creek and N. W.
'. Miami. Florida, Intends
ahi name with the Clerk
III Court of Dade County,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nnme*>f
VAI.CE SPECIALTIES COMPANY,
at H01 S. Dixie Highway, Miami.
Florida, intends to register mild name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
STANLEY RASKIN
i IBNBT ft GENET
Attorneys Fur Stanley Raskin
10/10-17-24-SI
im xi)TISE=.BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELc,Ve,i',T,1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153628
ERNEST KOBROCK, Plaintiff
vs.
MARIE KoltltocK. Defendant
resilience unknown
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARIE KOBROCK
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
Hied against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of vour Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Bill of com-
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
STEPHEN F. KKSSI.FI:, i^oo W
Flagler St., Miami, Fla., and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of
November, I9S2. if you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you f,,r the relief demanded In
the Hill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of October, A.D,
E, I!. I.EATHKKMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
It Irrtilt Court Seal)
By M c FEIGE
Deputv Clerk
10/10-17-24-SI
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL DISTRIBUTORS, at llo<)
N. W. 23rd St., Miami, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
10/10-17-24-31
HARRY STEIN
LEO HOST
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDQ'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
, No. 28741 -B
In Re: ESTATE OF
BERNARD c. FRIEDMAN
a/k/a BERNIE C. FRIEDMAN
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
,, (,Ja'm', "r Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the Honorable County Judges
?i Dade County, and file the same in
their offiee in the County Courthouse
in Dade ( ounty, Horlda. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to: contain the legal ad-
dress of the cbMrttfrTt and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be
Hate
lied.
G-imfcttft
1952.
the
As Administratrix of
Estate of
BERNARD C. FRIEDMAN
GEORGE J. TAMANOFF L"-l"UBed-
Attorney for Administratrix
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fla.
10/3-10-17-24
''ERTIPIED MCCK
-"II, CO., INC.
1 TAI.IANoFF, ESQ.
"I Applicant
Road
h, Ha.
II 7

^ UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-mii.d, desiring to engage in
,;',',",''.''" fictitious name of
''A 1.1 \, at 2610 S. W. 8th
( "nil, Ha,, intends to register
; With Hie Clerk of the Clr-
"i Dade County, Florida.
v .....pEORGH FODOR
N I KESSL.BR
Applicant
':, Btreet
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business, under the fictitious name of
NI'-KRA FABRICS A- FOAM RUB-
BER PRODUCTS, at :oi 71st Street.
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PAUL BCHWARTZ
( Haul Schwartz)
Hi. 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SAWDUST TRAIL, at 5540 N. W. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALBERTA M. PORTER
STEPHEN F, KESSLER
attorney for Applicant
2200 \V. Flagler Street
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.i .ngage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROCKING M B LOUNGE, at 2009
Collins An-., Miami Beach, Fla., in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
VANDERBILT BAR, INC.
WEINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN
& WEINSTEIN
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorneys for Vanderhilt Bar, Inc.
10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
OLTMPIA REALTY, at 505 Olympla
Building, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Horlda.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Reg. Real Estate Broker
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153408
JOSEPH KRII-A, Plaintiff
vs.
BESS If. KRIT'A
M Beechwood Place
Staten Island 14, New York
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: HESS M. KRL'PA
You are hereby notified that a Rill
Of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, STEPHEN
F. KF.ssLF.it. 220" w Flagler St.,
Miami, Fla., and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court tin or
before the Slsl day of October, 1)52.
If you fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault, will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1st day of October, A D
1952.
E. H. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Horlda
(Circuit Court Seal)
By (i. II. HARDIE.
Deputy Clerk
10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 153813
ERNEST D. SIMS, Plaintiff
vs.
CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHARLOTTE MARGERY SIMS
:'.:'ai Chestnut
Long Beach, California
You are hereby notified that a Bill
.r Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired i" serve a cop) "i your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the BUI of Com-
plaint ..ii the plaintiff's Attorney,
Herman cohbn, isos congress
Building, Miami :.:'. Florida, and file
tile original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the 12th day
of November, 1052. If you fall t,i do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill id Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I l.nltlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami,
Florida, this i jth day of October,
A.D. 1953.
E B. LEAiHERMAN.
Cl.rk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
HERMAN COHEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1305 Congress Building
Miami 32, Florida
10/17-24-31 11 7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name if
PALM HARBOR APARTMENTS and
PALM HARBOR HOTEL, at 10040
VV.it Hay Harbor Drive, Kav Harbor
Islands, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
MICHAEL D, LCFT
I.EA1I LAYTON
Sadie LAYTON
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Rou.i
Miami Bench, Florida
10/17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BARGAINS' GALORE, at 1207 N. W.
3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, int-n Is
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
STUART GINSBERG
(Sole t iwner)
10/17-24-31 11/7
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA NO.
I7J0*.
RE: ESTATE OF
F'ANNIE WOLPE. Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have,
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of FANNIE WOLPE, decs
and that on the 21 day of November,
19ft, will apply to one of the Honor-
able County Judges nf Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final re
port and f..r final discharge as I-:xe.-u-
tor of the Batate of FANNIE WOLPE,
deceased
This 17th day- of October, 1952.
%l MYER A. w. ILPPPE
As Executor of the Estate of
Fannie Wnlpe, Deceased.
MAX I! SILVER
Attorney for Executor
922 Seybold uildlng
Miami S2. Florida
I" --|-::i 11 7-14
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA. -
IN CHANCERY NO. 153641-C.
CALDONIA LANE, Plaintiff.
va.
DAVID LANE, Defendant.
TO: DAVID LANE
Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill nf Complaint for LMvot e
has been filed against you, and >'.-:
are required t" serve a copy Answer or pleading to the BUI of
Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney.
BEN ESSEN, and file the original Ai -
wer or pleading In the office ..f the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 19th day ..( November, 1952;
otherwise the BUI of Complaint for
Divorce heretofore filed herein will be
taken as confessed hy you.
1 >ated: I >ctober 20th, !!'".:.'
f:. b. leatherman,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By w.M. \v. STOCKINa,
I i.puty Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
S23 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
10/24-31 11 /7-14
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
-' desiring to engage in
'; la- fictitious na.......(
1 l-R MARKET, at 504
ntreet, Miami. Florida.
,' said name with the
-; Ircull Court of i lad.-
^ij'm.'-V SIMMONS
, LBF.RT A. SIMMONS
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ICE
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NA^Pufw3'00*
* IH HEREBY GIVEN that
,'.''-. ''-"''ing to engage In
r the fictitious name of
M'EWItlTFIt I'll., at
-';' Ave Miami, Intends
" name with the Clerk
' OUrt of lu.le County,
Til- ,",!!"':n' FIMEDMAN
1 HARKAN
P.;1,1 Bldg
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INDIES RATTAN, at S00 N, E. 71st
Street, Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said nam,. with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ELI SHRPPARD
1-.II.I.II-: SHEPPARD
KOVNER 4) MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Indies Rattan
M 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHUCKS SANDWICH SHOP, at 101
Northeast Second Avenue. In the City
of Miami. Florida, Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
DATED at Miami, Florida, on this
21th day of September. 1952.
C. H. It. CORPORATION
10/3-10-17-21
CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 153503
BILL FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH J. V'ELTHAUS, Plaintiff
EILEEN P. V'ELTHAUS, Defendant.
You, EILEEN i- V'ELTHAUS, are
hei bj i equlri I to sei.....I>5 "' lUI
answer t" annexed bill ror divorce,
on plaintiffs attorney, and file
Inal answer with undersigned court
clerk, on or before November 3. I95X,
or default thereof will be entered.
"'"'I- B0bBr li'atherman.
Clerk
(Court Seal i ,
By R. It. rice, JR-
Deputv clerk.
PERRY BITTEL. I'laintlffs Attorney,
311 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
10/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CALAIS MANOR, at 177". Calais Drive.
Miami Beach, intends t<> register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Cuiirt of I M.le County, Florida.
METRO REALTY COMPANY, INC.
BER1CK, SHAPIRO .* FRIED
Attorneys for Owner
120 Lincoln Road
17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
FLAMINGO GRILL AND SUNDRIES,
at 4:14 N \V. 7th A\ .title, Miami,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Cirouit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIS II. DYER
ALEXANDER KAY
STEPHEN F KESSLER
Attorney for Owners
2200 W. Flagler Street
10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 153814
CLARA BRODBRSON, Plaintiff
Vs.
BENJAMIN BRODERSON,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BENJAMIN HRODERSoN
Chlef Carpenter
U.8.8. b'ALSBURY (AV-13)
c/o Pnstniaster
San F'randsco, California.
You are hereby notified thai a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you ale re-
quired to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
HERMAN COHEN, HOT, Congress
Building, Miami 32. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on .or before the 12th day of
November, 1952 If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for tlm-rejief demanded
In the BUI of f!omp4*lnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THF: JEWISH F'LOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERF:D nt Miami,
Florida. this 1.1th day of October,
AD. 1952.
E. H. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
D.putv Clerk
HERMAN COHEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
130.1 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
10/17-24-31 II 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engs
business under the fictitious name of
P.ARP.ARA JEAN MANSIONS
at a.a: Eii. lid Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, intend t. register said nam.
with the ci.rk of the circuit Court of
I >adc Count y, Florida.
LOU IS P.. MILLER
JOAN I.EVINE
Morris KORSUN
10/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
153847.
AGNES Mc SAMARA,
Plaintiff. VS.
JOSEPH G. McNAMARA.
Defendant.
To: Joseph O. McNamara
25492nd Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Hill "f Com-
plaint for Dieice mi the plaintiff's at-
torney, and to file the original an-
swer In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 24th
Day of November. A.D. 1952: other-
wise, the Dill of Complaint for divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
ltith day of October, 1H12.
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dude County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv \VM. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy CJerk.
N'nme and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A. FTHEDMAN
1023 Seybold lildg.
Miami Florida
10/24-31 11/7-11
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