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The Jewish Floridian ( November 28, 1952 )

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leudslUEloiidian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IME 26-Number 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1952 PRICE: TEN CENTS EDS UNLEASH ANTI-SEMITISM ndidates Vie For 1ST ael Chief (ion Supports tc Ben Zvi L'SALEM (JTA) — Israel's nt will meet on Deeemto elect the Jewish cond President and suctn the late Dr. Chaim arm. Under Israel law, the must be held within 30 the office's becoming va|iul election is by majority the Knesset. fiew of the refusal of ProAlbcrt Einstein to accept atmn t<> the Presidency, it clear this week that the President of Israel would Israel citizen and resident country, rather than an iiimn personality invited Ibroad. dilations for the presidency ^today, and there is strong that the choke will lie beJcsef Sprinzak, speaker of esset, and Isaac Ben Zvi, nan of the Jewish National HI, the supreme representaIOI 1 y of the Yishub under the Mandate. Both are mem3f the Mapai Party. tie was a possibility, howt the Mapai, in view of p I tical situation and the of reconstructing the ment coalition, would not id a Mapai candidate in iterests of harmony. |e leftwing Mapam Party has nomina'.ed another Zionist veteran. Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, who served as Interior Minister in the Provisional Government. The Miziachi Workers have indicated their intention to nominate Dr. Aaron Barlh, and the Mizrachi will nominate Dr. Mordecai Nuiuk, Minister of Posts, Telephones and Telegraph. Also named by the press here as potential choices for the Presidency were Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, and Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog. Sprinzak, who has served as Acting President of Israel for most of the past year, gained wide note by his adroit handling of the Knesset from the Speaker's chair. There is strong feeling in some Mapai circles that the situation requires retention of Sprinzak in that key post. Both Premier David BenGurion and Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett were reported to be supporting the candidacy of Ben Zvi. One reason was said to be their desire to avoid further complications involved in election of a new Speaker should Sprinzak be elevated to the Presidency. It was disclosed last week that Premier Ben-Gurion had sought to find out whether Professor Albert Einstein would accept the position if it were offered him by the Knesset. Soviet Outburst Is Seen As Disguise For Commy Defense; World Zionism Charged With Corspiracy VIENNA (JTA)—Jews in countries behind the Iron Curtain are reported to be in mortal fear of increased anti-Jewish propaganda as a result of the trial of 14 former Communist leader in Prague, which is looked upon by the non-Jewish populat on in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Rumania and other Soviet-dominated countries as official Soviet sane.ion of an outspoken anti-Jewish policy. Reports reaching here from Soviet satellite countries all indicate that the Jewish populations in those countries are stunned by the sudden official outburst of anti-Semitism at the Prague trial where 12 of the 14 defendants are Jews. The general opinion expressed in these reports is that anti-Semitic elements an all Communist countries have received the green light to indulge in open anti-Jewish activities under the mask of defending Communism. Newspapers received here from Czechoslovakia and other Soviet-dominated countries feature the news of the trial in a manner which fosters anti-Semitic feelings among the non-Jewish population. Radio stations in the Soviet satellite countries similarly inject strong anti-Jewish note in their broadcast reports of the Prague tral. drag in the Joint Distribution Committee by stating that the American Jewish relief organization "has developed espionage and sabotage activities." Other Jewish organizations are charged with allegedly training saboteurs and spies against the Soviet regime. The general tendency in the press and on the radio in Sovietdominated countries is to discredit the Jews in the eyes of the local population by linking them with "Zionist conspirators" and "American agents". Testimony at the trial to this effect by Rudolf Slansky, Bendrich Geminder, Arthur London, Andre Simon and other defendants, who "confessed" alleged ties with Isealis and American Jews, are quoted at great length. The Prague radio played up testimony early thi.; week by Andre Simon, former editor of the Czech Communist Party newspaper Rude Pravo, who was indicted as a Zionist and a spy. The broadcast quoted him as testifying that he collaborated with an American Jewish radio correspondent who told him that "it was the duty of every Jew to support the policy of the United States even if he did not agree with it." Czechoslovak newspapers reaching here from Prague also The Prague radio, reporting in detail the testimony this weekend of Rudolf Slansky, former Secretary General of the Czech Communist Party, who "confessed" that he was a "Jewish capitalist," an agent of "international Jewish conspiracy" and that he was protecting "Zionist conspirators," quotes him as stating in court: "I deliberately shielded the Zionist conspirators by abusing the campaign against so-called anti-Semitism, by proposing that a campaign be waged against anti-Semitism, by magnifying the danger of anti-Semitism and by proposing various measures against anti-Semitism such as the writing of articles, the publication of pamphlets, the holding of lectures and so forth. "I criminally prevented the waging of a campaign against Zionism and the revelation of the hostile character of Zionist ideology and the unmasking of the hostile activity of Zionists and Zionist organizations. I deliberately shielded Zionism by publicly speaking out against the people who pointed to the hostile activities of Zionists and by describing these people as antiSemites—just as did my collaborators—so that these people were in the end prosecuted and persecuted." ose Named Bond Chairman Hose, prominent Miami th hotel owner and civic er, early this week accepted chairmanship of the 1952Ronds for Israel Campaign i' Greater Miami area, accepting the position, Rose Bed that this year's camin, with a goal of $1,000,000 in sales, would be reached. urt'ner assure the success of drive, he immediately apted Joseph Cherner, Miami ch, to the post of Grand Mar1 BIG Day which has been cially proclaimed for SunDecember 14th. The need for the money light by the sale of Bonds for i i ;iter now than at any in the short history of that %  inti-y." declared Rose. "Our igutions are recognizable. We ide a tremendous rcscr'"' ; strength and confidence r I rael. By purchasing these i; ii-is, we do not extend a people who seek sus1 but in the place of charexti nd the power to main uffioient I is constantly expand affirmed, "and in that l' i n, bend i| ceeds art '. ;n extremely important cannot fail them." 1 I has been active in i, is a former presi iml B' h Jew* ish Center, a member of the Mahi Temple, Elks, B'nai B'rith, Director of the Mount Sinai Hospital and a life member of the Syracuse, New York, Masonic Lodge. He has also been an ardent Zionist leader. Following his acceptance. Rose appointed several prominent Miami and Miami Beach civic leaders to his inner council of operation. Acting as his associate chairman for BIG Day will be Fred Jonas. Ben Myers was iVi< I" joe Rose Arabs Seek Conciliation Commission Expansion Demand Internationalization Of Jerusalem TEL AVIV (JTA)—Israel this week rejected a new Arab demand for enlargement of the Palestine Conciliation Commission and for reaffirmation by the United Nations General Assembly of the commission's role in promoting repatriation of Palestine Arab refugees. The Arab move and the Israel reply came during a week marked by many developments in Arab-Israel relations and renewed rere ports that President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower would take active steps to promote peace in the Middle East. The Arab states had circulated a resolution in the General Assembly calling for increase in the Palestine Conciliation Commission from three states to seven, return of its headquarters to Jerusalem and reaffirmation by the UN that the commission's primary task was the repatriation of the Arab refugees. The Israel Government, in a comment here on tkis resolution, said enlargement would "affect the Commission's efficiency." Its spokesman said the Arab demand J for repatriation wjf unrcaiistic and that the UN, the Arab countries and the refugees themselves named along with Leo Eisenstein, Seymour Liebman, Mrs. Harry Gersten, Stanley Gettis, Saul Genet, Dr. Morris Goodman, Fred Shochet and Judge Louie Bandel. The first major project of the new campaign will be the marshalling of 1,000 volunteer workers for the sale of Bonds on BIG Day. The initial meeting of leaders on this project will be held at the Royal Palm Hotel, Sunday morning, November 30th. Under the direction of Campaign Chairman Rose and BIG Day Grand Marshal Cherner, the group will be given their initial instructions for the day. Their goal is the sale of a quarter of a million dollars in Israel Bonds. An additional drive will also be made to recruit an increased number of volunteer workers for ] knew that repatriation was December 14th. Plans are being poggible." made for the "army" of volunteers of 1,000 men and women to call on 10,000 families in the Greater Miami area. Among those who have been instrumental in planning the drive for volunteer workers are Women's Division Chairman Mrs. Harry Gersten, Deputy Marshal Seymour Liebman, Associate •hairman Fred Jonas and Co.rdinators Saul Genet. Mrs. Charlotte Shalom and Judge Louie Bandel. The Arab States, in their resolution, also called for a new attempt to internationalize the city .if Jerusalem. Meanwhile, as United States Ambassador Monnet B. Davis set out from here on a "personal" tour of the Arab States, whicr the Hebrew press here immediately linked with repoits of ncv\ American attempts to bring abou' a peace agreement in the Middle East. Egypt's Foreign Minis ter, Ahmed Farrag, told the UN there could be no prospect of peace until Israel carried out past UN decisions on the Palestine problem. Among these, he listed repatriation of Arab refugees and payment of compensation to those who had left their homes. A further complication in Arab-Israel relations arose this week when it was revealed that the Egyptians, after som e ten months of an unofficial truce in the halting and seizure of Israelbound vessels and cargoes, had confiscated on October 31st, a shipment of 100 tons of frozen meat consigned for Israel aboard a Norwegian freighter at the Port Said end of the Suez Canal. It is understood that the Norwegian Government will lodge a protest over the interference with i Norwegian vessel. Egypt's position on the Suez Canal blockade was, meanwhile, defended at the United Nations when Ahmed Farrag told a UN Correspondents A s s o c i a tion luncheon that Efiyot had not obeyed the Security resolution on the Suez Caral blockade because Israel had not carried out the other UN resolutions on Palestine. r



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He played • > leading role in discussions of Jewish p istwar problems with : %  resent lives | Allied G vents in Lond in in 1943. and thret \. ars later represented the Jev •' ngress ..t the I Peaci Upon I leal in 1949. ol r e EVER Y D A Y Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS mr" 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Flo. Phone J MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director 5505 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 87-8201 Tifereth Israel Party Tifereth Israel Northside Centei Sisti rhood will hold a Games Party on Wednesday, December at 6500 N rth Miami A\ ffair will be nbers o| llli Gables Zionists Will Install Officers On Thursday; Morris Simon Heads District *** %  lleaM ••FUMIGATION-,,. NYLON TENTS mmSSnBkTmWSSr ASK FOR Kosher Zion Products at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN & MARKET Make Sure It's No. 1 Distributed by eLEvrarsour FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 2402 N.E. 2nd AVE. 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& %  %  NOVEMBER 28. 1952 +Jewish ncrMictr PAGE 3 f F Assembly irses NCRAC itions Stand TON (JTA) — A resoluJaffirming the objectives Bound] of Jewish FederaWelfare Funds with to coordination in the Jewish community relaknd endorsing the action [l the Atlantic City picnic National Community Advisory Council last Ibcr. was adopted here at L hiding session of the 21st II Assembly of the Council fish Federations and Welinds. objectives were: Conreassessment of cornrelations programs; inplanning, including logpractical division of larengthening of NCRAC as trument of voluntary colon; and an improved sysfinancing related to eval| of the needs of the entire resolution further urged nerican Jewish Committee he B'nai B'rith Anti-DefaLeague to "rejoin the co-e process which is the ," and instructed the National-Local Relations tee or a special committee \rk with all of the national and the NCRAC for the klishment of full cooperayitliin the framework" of lectives outlined in the Emphasis was placed i the door open for efing about such reaffil" hall in no way involve Bsion by NCRAC or the bn of the NCRAC as an till iii. in body or infringe [the autonomy of NCRAC gi ncies or their right :it." the resolution declaralso stated that agencies in the minority should Ithe right to act on their li ions. fWF Raises ),000,000 During P-1952 Period rON >JTA) — More than % % %  was raised for the k. reported this week to the ii neral Assembly of the I of Jewish Federations Velfare Funds. noted in his report that 10(10.000 in US Government ps-in-aid went to Israel, as as a supplementary loan the Export-Import Bank B Kift of $23,000,000 of surcommodities and Point Four Inical aid. |t would have been utterly ossible to accomplish this lout a profound dedication to purposes of this program, led with the mature local fining and coordination which Assembly urged," Mr. Abeles la red. Rose, Wolf son Named To JDC Joseph M. Rose, proprietor of the Hotel Royal Palm, of Miami, and Mitchell Wolfson, of the Wometco' Theater Chain here, have been named to th e Executive Committee of the Joint Defense Appeal National Council, it was announced by Executive Committee Chairman Paul H. Samp-] liner, of New York. The Joint Defense Appeal is the fund-raising arm of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the nation's oldest and; largest organizations with coordinated programs devoted to combatting anti-Semitism and promoting inter-group harmony. In Miami, JDA i s a beneficiary of the Combined Jewish Appeal. I Rose is on the executive commit-*' tee of the Miami Jewish Federa| tion and is active in the Israel | Bond Drive. Wolfson, a member! of the ADL Advisory Board, is past president of the Independent Theater Owners. Tifereth Israel Meeting Members of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will meet on Monday evening, December 1st, 8:30 p.m. Mayor Henry Milander (seated) of Hialeah, signs a proclamation which decreed last November 19th, as B'nai B'rith Day in Hialeah. Viewing the signing are (left to right) Mrs. Ruth Rainbow, vice president. Flamingo B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, Hialeah; Jack Kirshbaum, vice president, Flamingo Lodge No. 1869, B'nai B'rith, Hialeah; Ted Robinson, president. Flamingo Lodge, B'nai B'rith; and Mrs. Ted Robinson, president. Flamingo B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter. %  HI limit Of MANIiCHIWITZ MA1ZO AMAZING NEW COFFEE THE CANTORS' CHOICE Not a powder! Not a grind! But millions of tiny "FLAVOR BUDS" of 100% pure coffee...ready to burst instantly into that famous Maxwell House flavor! Utterly unlike old-style "instants" ... just as quick but tastes so superior! This superb, roasicr-frcsh coffee is actually brewed for you. in the famous Maxwell House kitchens... then transformed into millions of miracle "Flavor Buds You just add hot water ... and instantly the bursting "Flavor Buds" flood your cup with the richest, most delicious coffee you've ever tasted ... on the Sabbath and every day! SAVES YOU MONEY, TOO! Economical Instant Maxwell House saves you up to 25c compared to a pound of old-fashioned ground coffee. A Ptoduct ol Central Foodl THE ONLY INSTANT COFFEE WITH THAT GOODTO-THE-LAST-DROP FLAVOR! |



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PAGE 4 +Jen isf fhridtknr e..r *3.00 Two Year, 5.0C rRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1952 Volume 26 Number 48 Kislev 10, 5713 tint Anti-Semitism Communist confession parties are with us once more. When the long arm of Moscow's authority reaches into satellite witness stands for the purpose of staging three-hour long! soul cleansing sessions, it is a certain sign that diplomatic duplicity is in the offing. Last week, former Foreign Minister of Czechoslovakia Vlado Clementis eased the burden of his black conscience by admitting to a host of sins against Josef Stalin. Simultaneously, Mordecai Oren, a longmissing member of Israel's Mapam Party, was unveiled by the Communists as a star witness against 14 discreaned rted r'arty members. Oren had gone to Prague in 195i. The amazing thing about the trial" is the fantastic charge concocted by Kremlin strategists that World Jewry is plotting the downfall of Communist Czechoslovakia in conjunction with John Foster Dulles, United States Secretary of State-elect. For the first time, Russia has openly shown its hand regarding its "Jewish policy". Reports have long been reaching the West on unti-Semitic activities in the USSR. Fellow travellers here, still adhering to the myth of Communist humanitarianism, refused to believe them, manufacturing counter charges against "Capitalist-created lies". Now, the record is clear. Of the 14 defendants accused of Party defection, 11 are Jewish. To boot, Zionism has finally been pegged by the Reds as the West's bedfellow, just how different is Moscow from Hitler Berlin? The Kremlin is undoubtedly disappointed by Israel's inclination towara freeaom and Mapam's failure to wrest control of the government from Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's level-headed, progressive coalition cabinet. Having also failed to gain the support of Czechoslovakia's population, it has joined both headaches in an anti-Semitic campaign that only proves disillusioning for Party workers here who must now come up with a new set of "explanations". a. THE MAN WHO MOST PROFOUNDLY INFLUE'lC art in tli<' mid-nineteenth century was a Gei u e ,i distaste tor what had become uncreal # a [onus. He regarded with a mixture ol bnd "^ velopment of Italian opera. He could tolerateiilj ness of its literary texts and the naivete of its aeconin He thought thai opera ihould not be a passive v*hic|"l*sj which a singer merely displays personal virluosity w the ideal of "music drama", where vocalist, music and assume equal importance. His subsequent production, plctely his own. Both libretto and score were by hi he went back to medieval German mythology and its Gods and heroes. He created for them titanic roles k, assumed leading positions in more than one opera. he buried the sentimental tone ol melodies directed taste, introduced the intellectual innovation of recurrim to symbolise musically past and future situations and ent^T art form which he knew could not be easily accepted tw he felt must inevitably triumph over the works of lesser This man, this egotist, this genius was his own publicist the world that what he created was good. He i idiculed tl of his contemporaries. He attacked mercilessly the critics lot always agree with him, crushing them before the weiiUj superior judgments. He was an ardent Gem ,m rationalists ityled aristocrat, a snob, a personally-appointed authority on! ess subjects that had nothing to do with music or drama, t •uous lover and a moralizcr. He was a vicious anti-Sead :t is said in some quarters, sprang from pa: t Jewish hnesaj name was Richard Wagner. WAGNER'S HEROES ARE LARGELY GOD LIKE nests! physical superiority who triumph through <\'. :.nl goodnesssa succumb to destruction because of disobedience. But the til principles he eulogized is particularly his own and bear? ot^L dentaJ resemblance to the moral structure displayed in thesw eases of prevalent world religions. It was natural for the brssj of Wagner to be original even in this regard Popularly, Wagner is considered the German ideal 41 old Naxi supermen. Both his music and philosophy seemed si firm their nationalism and racism. Superficially, this is trjs-jt one would be hard put to attribute to the composer accefss of th Third Reich's naive brutality. This egotistical genius• more clever. His own methods are a case in point. He was the author of a shocking tract on Jews and the art. In it, he advanced the theory that Jews wire without aRf and therefore without tradition. Viewing then as parasital feed on the cultures of other nations, he concluded that thejl create nothing but distorted re-expressions of ;i world alien to* Thus, for Wagner, Jewish composers represented a menace to pean music, and he set about destroying the reputations of all his reach. His thorny tongue speared Qlacorno Meyerbeer, Jsi Offenbach and Felix Mendelssohn, among others. In the usa "God and Beethoven", he paved a trail of Jc w hatred that rtsi unparalleled in the chronicles of one-man bias campaigns tel art world. Philosopher Presidents In its sudden need for titular leadership, Israel reached around the world last week and knocked on the door at 12 Mercer Street, Princeton, New Jersey. Through Ambassador to the United States Abba Eban, the Jewish Govemm it requested Dr. Albert Einstein to fill the office of'PrMident left vacant following the : nth .> >. Chaim Weizmann. The renowned philosopher politely declined. Apart from his advancing age am \ physical infirmities, he indicated in haltic phrases of his typical humility that he is tellectually incapable of filling that esteem position. "I have always dealt with the world of objects," Dr. Einstein said, adding that would hardly know how to enter delicate relationships existinq Such is the lack of self-estt m B en integral part of trul would be interesting • j ew .. h state's possible accepted its Preside. \, four si i of recognition as a f. nave hud two renowne 1 scia Dr. Weizmann's ch two world wars aido Allied Powers in their victories over lyrani 1 op pression. Dr. Einstein, as earl, IS 1905 • icated theories in the physical ence radically changed man's con. ... universe. Other nations may boast of whose vested powerlay in ... aggression and conquest. But bra an instant in the chronic". should have had ll two men who I dom. WAGNER'S MUSIC MAY BE LIKENED to an attack H pendicitis. Many persons are taken up by the sweep of tt*> man composer's heroic operas as an antidote to excessive fa* in inferior, melodic works. But once experienced, the flood1 nginality nd Ihi din of his egotistic self-assertions becoaet; tasteful and are put aside in favor of more satisfying, impfl* ei intimidated by its noise which scemsf* • f untold peril, Wagner yields to skillful^ Moated, gas-ridde organ is d.scanM* malcy returns. Thii d ll "ot rr-ean to imply that h-s music is simple lof" : tan scores, like those of most incurable sentim* y difficult affairs. The University of & Ud a credible job with some of ft Sunday night. J;., E rtel extracted an orchestral timbre t leerd her*. While he ii generally at the mercy of id a Ind section, the horns responded admirsbly to huff" lion. Only or. three o; r. vont did they falter excessively. the performances of the Ta nm** '] iltl .;h both works are hideous musical" %  • Die Meis* irt] *• *;"L s mg Cycle 1 M un.omiw Bittei e up 1 %  • worst | Mien Utoriur t ii '' Ken 1 Metropshiar Opera star Helen Traubol sbx %  Vt '"', 0 performer of the evening. For a momeni •' the Cise. ;-jer initial number. Schmerzcn. we .ioaiat I .rsly* Irop of a disorgani7ed orchestra that p'.ayeJ in a p"*^ "•'ar. eat Mr. Bitter diew his musicians together. 'tag of the Liebestod vi*d in quality with those ol m *'^ phonir organisalions. While Miss Traucel tlound< ?" iSgAt >n wretched slide-tor* fashion, retching for clirr.axM %  • £ ( written notes. Mr. baler and the orchestra sccompSlU" cellei ntl %  i lin. £ n %  ,1 %  ttli irr • | trusion" eea n< l n % 



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NOVEMBER 23. 1952 5 kmlsti Ifforidliairi PAGE 5 [wish Floridian Publisher Announces Staff Appointments | K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, e rly this ally announced the appointn idlin as Nev i the 25-year-old English-Jewi h newspaper and Milton Public Relations and Circulation director. Shochet!s an, ;ii came on the heels of an editorial decision regarding iblication development and expansion. came to The Jewish Floridian in September, 1951, and I in the capacity of Jewish Appeal. New York, dur-: [Editor and columnist until HI mal report of his office feek. [>r to that time, he was a of the faculty at the Lrsity of Miami, where for lyears he taught composiIworld literature and critiof the modern novel in the Leo Mindlin (rtment of English. fcdlin holds the AB degree New York University and IA degree in the Faculty of sophy from Columbia Uniity, having been granted with honors. His advanced toward the Doctorate was er Professor William York all at Columbia. 1945, Mindlin was awarded membership to Sigma Delta Icron, national honors society [distinguished work in literstudies and creative writing, also the recipient of the ince Francaise Award an|y granted an American studby the French Government, alsam comes to The Jewish ridi.m from the Greater MiJewish Federation. With iv years of organizational exJence behind him, he was reosible for five areas in the jinx Campaign of the United ing the period of 1948-1950. In the summer of 1949, he was sent; to Sullivan County, New York, personally to conduct pivotal activities there. In January, 1950, Balsam came to Miami, where he opened his own business. One year later, he joined the Federation staff and was assigned to its CJA Metropolitan Campaign. As secretary of that division for two successive seasons until his resignation and appointment at The Jewish Floridian. he was responsible for the inclusion and direction of numerous innovations. Among them, were the Metropolitan Caravan during which \ volunteer workers visited local agencies here, his organization of the Campaign Cabinet which organized the volunteers and inte| grated them into the local drive and the issuing of Bagel Invitations to the division's kickoff af-j fair which attracted national attention. Balsam will be responsible for The Jewish Floridian's new program designed to reach the thousands of newcomers here so that they may be kept abreast of local, national and international events affecting them. He will also aim at developing a closer relationship between the publication and the community for the purpose of making its columns truly representative of current opinion. In announcing the publication's staff enlargement, Shochet also reported further plans concernhunuka HUts 'v On Sale \i North Dade variety of Chanuka gifts and can be obtained at the aica Shop sponsored by the d of the North Dade 'ish Center. laire Apfelbaum, chairman, announced that a supply of |i lies, Menorahs and other holtty items is on hand. In charge es is Zelda Cohen. Messer Reelected To Accountants' Post Reelected treasurer of the Florida Accountants Association is Max B. Messer, of Miami Beach Other officers include David L. Becker, Miami, president; Glenn A. Bell, St. Petersburg, John Barclay, Jr., Coral Gables, and Hugh H. Colson, Gainesville, vice presidents; and William Jones, Miami, secretary. The officers were chosen during a seagoing convention held aboard the SS Nuevo Dominicano. Milton Balsam ing editorial change. Among these will be a gradual re-design in the newspaper's format. The first major step in its "new look" will be made sometime next month, Shochet said. Mindlin subsequently indicated that increasing emphasis would be placed on syndicated news columnists, as well as on general feature material. One innovation incorporated recently was the newly composed Jewish Floridian editorial page. Stuart Beckerman presents a $1,000 Israel Bond to Temple Beth Sholom in honor of his Bar Mitzvah last Saturday. Accepting the bond for the Temple is Leon J. Ell. president. Looking on are the Bar Mitzvah's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beckerman; Rabbi Le^n Kronish, spiritual leader; and Louis J. Krensky, treasurer. Semi-annual interest income horn the bond will be used to establish the Stuart Beckerman Prize for excellence in studies to be awarded annually to a student in the Junior High School Division of the Beth Sholom Religious School. On maturity, the principal will be used to purchase Torah Scrolls for the Temple's new Sanctuary currently in the planning stages. Cannon Speaks Here Circuit Judge-elect Pat Cannon discussed international relations at a Miami Beach Masada meeting last night in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A graduate of the University of Miami Law School, Cannon served four terms in the United States Congress. Flagler Plant* Turkey Trot The Third Annual Turkey Trot of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will be held tomorrow evening at 9 p.m. Samuel Kirschner is in charge of arrangements, assisted by Robert Tauber, Sidney Stiller and Charles Adelman. In charge of entertainment is Edward Peyser, assisted by Buddy Logue, and Harry Hirsch. Highlighted will be a free trip to Havana for two. The Women's Group has completed plans for a series of luncheons to be held during the coming winter months. Mrs. Leon Bernard, general general chairman, will be assisted by the Mesdames Walter Stewart, Jack Cohen, Aaron Shapiro and B. Farberman. Plans for the New Year's Eve Party to be held by the Center have been completed according to the report of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart, co-chairmen. The committee consists of Morton Elterman, Leo Rothsttin, Al Constantin. Mrs. Ben Clein and Morty Lebar. Langwald Heads New institute Louis Langwald, communal and civic leader of Detroit, Michigan, has been elected president of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, 525 78th Street, Miami Beach. Other officers are Harry Kaplan, Mitchel Reiner, Israel Richmand and Irving Pietrack, vice presidents: Jacob Sapirstein, treasurer; Emerich Weisz, assistant treasurer; Max Mendelson, recording secretary; and Harry Tessler and Solomon Emanuel, gabaim. Trustees are Israel Finkelstein, Harry Rosenthal, David Rosner and Leo Reinstein. Beth Tfilah Sisters Congregation Beth Tfilah Sisterhood members wHl hold their first Get-Together affair of the season on Sunday evening, 6 p.m.. at the Synagogue. IN THE MAIL Editor, The Jewish Floridian, Your editorial against BenGurion in the November 21st issue is only another of the many tirades against him in The Floridian in recent months. Judging from the frequency and the fury of these attacks, it becomes self-evident that Ye Editor is very partisan minded and suffers from a violent phobia for Ben-Gurion or anything he represents. In reading these editorials and in talking to some few Zionists, whose chief accomplishment is paying $5 a year dues, one gets a feeling that Ben-Gurion is not so far from wrong in saying that certain elements are trying to "smear the Jewish State." I. S. 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PAGE 6 rJenist fkr/kU^r _FRIDAY. Nf Council Sections Will Highlight Overseas Work Mi s. Robert li idenberg I i chairman for the ; I S Uon, National Council I Jewish Women, has announced al the December program oi lie Miami and Miami Beach Dins will be devoted to CounI i il's Shop-A-Box and Overseas activities. A dramatic script entitled. Magic Mission, will be presented I Mrs. Shenkin Heads Dora Stein Sisters The Dora SI >1 ol the Isi Mi Nat Shenk ii Vice president A Qoldbei. Krs i n • Mrs Nori in ; i Othei ffi Me • "Frank Stei ing secretary; I %  • W teld. corresponding Lillian Becker, financial taiy: Abe Matersky, trea Davi Granat, chaplain and parliamentarian; and Jack Schwartz.I Dr. Welzmann Committee Slates Memorial Tribute 'I i VVi %  n ann Mi m Ai C tti • : the it C um ii last week at the Mi.inn : i %  inity Center to di before both groups to depict the Bergeant-at-affns. various phases of Council's broad 1 r *SK M .i R H rr •• %  „ Article Hu Rabbi Ine Miami Beach Division will .-•..,. !" meet on December 3rd, 1:30 p.m.,' fl Iff Appeal' th e Lord Tarleton Hotel. Mrs.' An artic e bv Rabbi y^ IlKronbh, spiritual leader of Tenpie Beth Sholom. will appear in the forthcoming issue of AmeriBarney Ship-A-Box chairman of the Beach Division, is in charge of the meeting. Narrators for the program will be Mrs. Herbert Gutman and Mrs. Harold Turk. Mrs. Lawrence Adler. Miami Overseas chairman, is in charge i : the meeting of the Miami Division which will be held at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Dei i mber 3rd, at 1:30 p.m. Narato s of this program will be! Mrs Larry Zuckerman and Mrs Nathan D. Hood. can Judaism, the official magazine of the Reform Jewish movement in the United StateEntitled. Why Teach Hebrew, the* Rabbi's contribution is part Of a symposium by lending educational authorities on the reasons for the inclusion of the language in Jewish Religious School curricula. Mrs Weinstein Roth Dedicate Hillel House 1 nony for the I • %  Sti • %  B'nai B' itl Hillel • 11 %  • '•• i Gaim p I Prod • .,-rsity I ion Con ttei I Stati B'nai I • %  % %  e ol • nts. Lists I lasses %  -< ions .if the Beth David Nursi • l ..in! Kindergarten are now in .-< %  I B Gord n. education.! I i S' n re cond ucted fi om 9 a.m., to 12 i • in I fi m 12:30 p.m., to 3 30 p.m., Gordoi 1 I inn from three • ige for parentare scheduled on Sunday morn 10 tn.. at Beth David. C in Hebn v and Hist'uy aie conLouis Gad HI and Rabbi Mi x SI pii CUSS plans for the Dr. Chaim W izmann Memorial Meeting scheduled for Wednesday evening. December 10th. 8:30 p.m.. in Flamingo Park. Tentative plans for the Weil iran Memorial were discussed by the committee which consists in I : Mrs Milton Sirkin. chairman of the program; Burnett Roth, chairman of arrangements, GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Topi, Beveled Mirron and Resilrering Our Specialty 1.. A U. Glass and Mirror Works 12S S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN 1RVI\G GORDON Mrs. Cdi Mrs S with Manuel Burst) in as cochairman: and Saul Ashkena/y. Anna !'. i nni Ml 5 • Mori is Simon. Fred Jon.,.-, Sydney Sa Lillian Goodman, Arthur i n, Seymour Litbman, Mrs. ''" % %  %  '• %  %  %  r, Di K. mnuel Kaplan, Mrs .1 .1 Briefi r, Fred Shochet. ,,:: 1 ad >n Vulish. Mrs. En anIrving Lehrman, Mi Dorothy K. Kink and Han Id Shapiro. NEW PROSTATE GLAND TREATMENT DISCOVERY OF ENTIRELY NEW METHOD NATURE'S WAY. No Drugs. No Surgical Operation PHONE 84-7071 7617 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 1NSURAN 4?0 1IHC0IN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PMONE 5-2978 / Szold ChapteMeets On December 1st. l p.m.. -, general meeting of the Henrietl i Szold Chapter of Hadassah will be held at the Shore Club. Mi-; ami Beach. Included in the meeting's agenda is an original poem about Hadassah which will r> read by Muriel Rosen Mrs. Phillip Midland will als I render a musical score of Israeli songs. GORDON FUNERAL HOMES "DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF GREATER MIAMI" Two Convenient Locations AIR CONDITIONED CHAPELS Miami 710 S.W. 12th AVE. Phone 3-3431 Mi.-nni Bea<*h 1333 DADE BLVD. 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NOVEMBER 28. 1952 knUtinrrirfiftin PAGE 7 [Plans lorial Tribute tim Weizmann Memorial t [is being planned by the Miami Jewish National I louncil, according to an ement early this week. 'community-wide affair |beld on Sunday evening, er 28th, said Leon J. Ell, of the JNF Special ^ee planning the tribute, rogram is being prepared oration with Mendel M. fexecutive director of the ijew York, who will come ake part along with other participants. Jewish National Fund in m has simultaneously anplans for a Weizmann al which is to be known raar Nassi, or the WeizForest. which will be an ling tribute to the father Mate of Israel. Jewish organizations will ited to participate in the Inn Tribute here. Irwin Weinstein, presirladassah of Greater MiUounced that all groups a.-.-..h meeting on Decemwill inaugurate the orion's part in the WeizI rest. Kduals, Synagogues and I groups have been invited their tribute to the memthe immortal leader by ip gardens of 100 trees or if 1.000 trees in the Weiz'i rest, Broward County B'nai B nth Installs New Officers; Robert Leuthold Is President BVith n Yo!!"h'o n o nf <,ff R C ,S ,,f h Br0Ward Counlv Cha P ter B nal A a „? U T£ ins ^ lled were: President, Robert Leuthold; vice president an( Bna. B'nth Young Men's chairman, Bill Mars; AZA chahMatr'oss R-n?i a R m: ,^ na PP? YoUn£ Women s <* %  ". Anita wiaiross, a nai B nth Girls chairman, Gerri Lee Smith: treasurer, Lillian Tankleff; recording secretary, Edith Boren; corresponding secretary. Sue Colby; seigeantsPaul Diamond, outgoing president, was presented with a past president's pin by Miss Anna D. at-arms. Joyce Glantz and Vic j Daniels, Club advisor. Glaser; chaplain, Richard Axinn.) Other members present were Milton Friedman, national 1 Artnur Siegel, outgoing vice B'nai Brith Youth Commissioner and Miami attorney, acted as installing officer. Vic Glaser was toastmaster. Richard Axinn delivered the opening and closing prayers. president; Mrs. Andrea Nelson Diamond. outgoing treasurer; Ralph Howell, outgoing sergeatat-arms: the Misses Donna Baum, Sandra Collier, Valerie Gorsen, Penny Grumet, Greta Hartman, Sandra Klein, Miette Korda, Emily Rachman. Judy Schwartz and Sandra Taylor: and Ed Silberstein, Monrie Udell and Ira Zofj nas. Beverly Doorkin, of Miami, and Berna Kardonsky, of Fort Lauderdale, were present as guests. |IT r'lllt|l To 'ii llrrr Soon Jfirsl winter camp for Jew|hi">l children and Young being sponsored by the I Jewish Education and teater Miami Zionist Youth fission, Chanuka camp. Camp Dalocated at the Dade Counfk in Kendall, and will beDecember 19th. five-day camp, through kber 25th. will feature 120 i Of Jewish Living, with the therr.e of modern Israel. Irogram will be both educaand recreational ;;nd will |e (amp life, swimming, study, discussion sessions. h lists, games, arts and dramatics and one hour of 1 instruction in conversa* ili irew. Ir.p Darom is limited to boys lirls between the ages of 10 |2. Registration is being acat the Bureau of Jewish ation, the Zionist Youth nission olfice and at all Jewchools of Greater Miami. inuka Is Theme I Beth David PTA Imething New In A Chanuka Itute, will be the theme of |mxt regular meeting of the David PTA on Monday Jng. December 1st, 8 p.m., at JSynagogue. ft Rosenkranz will instruct the fence in the making of Chanfavors. Mrs. David Parnes also conduct holiday games I the festival. Hovhstein Will Direet GMJCC At hi *' tie Program The appointment of Abraham Rochstein to his fifth year as. supervisor of Health and Physical Education at the Greater MiamiDl'. MichaelsOll Jewish Community Center. Town ; o IT' Branch, has been announced byjOpeakS IOH101TOW Efraim Gale, executive director, j Dr. Donald Michaelson, direcRochstein came to the Greater tor of Hillel House at the UniverMiami Jewish Community Center sity of Miami, will be guest in 1948, from the Port Chester speaker tomorrow evening, 8 p. Jewish Community Center in m., at the home of Dr. and Mrs. New York, where he served in j Edward G. Lear, 5825 Alton Road. the same capacity. Prior to this, Miami Beach, he taught school with the New j A former Professor of HistoryYork City Board of Education at the State College of Tennessee and the Ramaz School in Man-' and at George Peabody Univerj hattan, following three and a half sity and past director of Religyears of service with the Army ious Education in Nashville. Tennessee. Dr. Michaelson will adi dress the first meeting of the current season of the Mr. and Mrs. Club. The discussion group is part of the Education Project of the Henrietta Szold Hadassah Chapter. Convalescent veterans seen above have been "pulling them in" from waters around Mount Sinai Hospital for the past seven years, starting with the time the hospital functioned under the auspices of the Veteran's Administration. Brought to the bridges and grounds of the hospital in station wagons by members of the Red Cross Motor Corps, these ambulatory veterans from Pratt General Hospital get their Florida sunshine and fun from the angler's sport at least once a week a3 guests of Mount Sinai. GMJCC Party At lling Theater Final plans have been made for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center Theater Parj ty at the Ring Theater on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. December 2nd and 3rd. Featured production will be Brigadoon, the Broadway musical play. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Sally Gainsboro. Mrs. Sylvia Chcrtkof is general fund raising j chairman for GMJCC. [MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulveriied Grade A. Soil Phone 4-0335 EDWARD ALPEH 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace WORK GUARANTEED Abranam Hochstein Air Forces in World War II. During the summer months, Rochstein was Athletic director it Camp Milford. an adult camp in Kent, Connecticut, and at the West Shore Country Club, Kauneonga Lake, New York, in addition to head counselor posts held with children's camps. Rochstein received the BS degree in Education from the Citv College of New York, where he was a varsity athlete, and the MA degree from Columbia University in 1947. He has completed formal study for the PhD at New York University. MUSIC DRAMA LAUGHTER "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WMIE (1140 on dial) Sundays 10-11 A.M. Produced and Directed by Simon SEIDEN Director Clothing Drive For Cuba Sparked by two of Dade County's social and civic clubs, the Alianza Inter-Americana, local Circulo Cubano de Miami and the residents are contributing clothing, food and medical supplies in a drive to aid the people of Cuba left homeless in the wake of October's hurricane Fox. Club representatives will pick up donaI tions immediately if calls are made to 82-8318, 3-0883 or 82-2349. Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel As The GUTDF TO THE PERPLEXED A Program for the Entire Community &f .•.•.•.•.•. &f .•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•. &f v.w |GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORM uvt en %  new roof later "••tlefeetory Work ky Experienced Men" 414 MkTttir* WOLPERT FEATURES eemj Nationally Advertised Brands" • KROEHLER Living Room Furniture • GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances • SAMSON Card Tables and Chairs • MOHAWK Broadloom Carpet • LANE Cedar Chests • CARRIER Air Conditioning ^WOLPERT'S Help You Make Your House a Home WOLPERT FURNITURE CO. |]00 CORAL WAY AT "f IVE POINTS'



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PAGE 8 yJmistncrktiar FRIDAY. NQV EM^ .. ^ttutlu Jyeufhb.ti HELEN ALPERT FOUNDATION FOR CIVIC EDUCATION: Certainly the mot important civic news of late is the studied creation of a Greater Miami Foundation that gets right dow to brass tacks, to get information to "Us the People". Who governs us. How and Why will he the foundation of the Foundation. Several hundred interested folk converged on the Colony Restaurant in Miami to hear official details of the new organixetion already sweeping on into a movement for substantial civic knowledge throughout the State. Last Monday evening was actually a double-feature, bringing thousands of best wishes to Max and Leah Friedson. pioneers here for community improvement. Citizenry will get answer to plenty of matters. Already they've posed such questions as "Who changes my zoning?" "What's a variants?" "Who fixes a hole in the street?" "What's the City Manager really supposed to do?" Max Friedson. who's been cherishing this clearing house in his mind for two and a half years, is justifiably proud of the dozens of acute authorities who've pledged full support. Subscribers will receive a publication dedicated to civic content. Editorial sharpshooter is Joe Snyder, former publisher of the Dallas Journal, now a Miami resident. The Foundation was chartered October 8th. On the magnificent program printed for the Friedson testimonial banquet, you can read the charter aims for fellow Americans. They're not just "inspiring" — they're also darn practical! That itself is unique! IN THE MAIL: Yep, I Mrs. Irving Mathn. Delighted to hear from you at any -,n! ... Ed Braur. writes that the songwriters' r.g built by him and Ben Arnold is scheduling a meeting [in tors this week They've got at least fifty dis: ngui : : -:• but intend to limit the founding ttee 1 -trong 10 Civ-. ndeed, bounced in from Ca: blue (thai nn< scrolling I % %  %  : %  % %  at th< I | • :•• %  ... Cunning are Anyuta Melicov's in•tched piano B'r.a; B ith W mi a I Miami invitation to th< 1 %  '• as l< aping ut th< i I n Sunday visitors ... rTie co ld. FECPLE: Tony Loeb. the artist-cartoonist, has half a million fervent acrr.irers in this area end that's the entire Dade County population but rone more ardent except me) than WTVJ's special artist Joe Dancer Jerry Arthur, back from Gotham, is devoting .-.imaelf to his basic profession — accounting Exchanging pleasantries the other evening were Max D. Singer with Dr. Theodore X-ray| Berman. their laughter pulling in Carl and Mrs. Gardner, and Irv and Hazel Cypen The Peter Hellers' Sunday guest was publisher Fred Shefflin who'd just swung in from Orlando. Sebring and the coast east) and was enroute to S:. Pete by way of Key West. Fred publishes a Florida guide A G' t Wi 11 Quick to the B< • • in family. Sniffles The Nemo kosher diningjuage you choose, was stymied night. Span;.--, my dear. The l'espagnol gentleman finid ey ;ng patrons' dishes, pointing his way up and c. >wn thi enu Staggered "u satisfied NOTHING BUT TALENT describes, say his friends. Boris Pritchcr. Boris spent two months hand tailoring the Isaac Gellis restaurant into a smooth modern setting. Glass doors, kaotty pine. Florida brick, coral and blue booths total up into a stunning job. The back wall holds one of the most intriguing murals hereabouts. Boris even had a hand in this. too. Of course, all this rich talent isn't too surprising: his polished performances in theatricals taught him more than a little about scene-designing and background — even for roles where all the actors are silting down eating! Lunching there that day were Marcie Liberman. Beach City Manager Claude A. Renshaw with Morris N. Lipp Simon Rubin with P. J. Davis and. cozy beside each other. Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Arvan. Plus others who liked the cole slaw so much they didn't show their faces for an hour. VISITORS' LIST: From Chicago. Rae Holtzberg's arrived I :!h the Alton R ? ^H f Jy mM MLM Larry Samson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kravetz, 728 Meridian Avenue, will become Bai Mitzvah on Saturday. November 29th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irvmg Lehrman will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Miami Beach High School, as well as at the Center Reliaious School. Going Formal? TEMPLE BETH EL (Reformed) in FORT PIERCE. FLORIDA has an opening for the services of a Rabbi. The position would be of particular interest to a semi retired Rabbi who desires to live in our exlremsly temperate climate. We are a small but growing Congregation. Kindly state background and salary. Siltgen Announce Dorothy's Beta Bride-Elect Plans On Summer We The engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Louise, was announced early this week by M and Mrs. William D. Singer, 1822 SW 12th Avenue, Miami. The uridafiroom-elect is Marvin Luis Jacobs, son of Mr, and Mr Julius Jacobs, Nashville, Tcnnc>v • Miss Singer is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, where she was president of the Tri Beta Council. Currently in attendance Bl Vanderbilt University. Nashville, she is president of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority Chapter there and secretary of the Council. In her Junior year. Miss Singer is als> a member of the PanHellenic Council and Athenians, Junior Honorary Society. Mr Jacobs graduated from Hillsboro High School and attended Peabody College in Nashville. The couple plan a Miami marriage in the summer Mist Dorothy L. Si %  BJff Formal Wear that ii freshly cleaned, smartly •tylefl. properly fitted. Complete outfite Including hoe PHONE 48-2084 IsJNIVERSITY OMENS SHOP 2828 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables Arnold Ira Levy Grandmothers Wil. Attend Arnold Lm] Bar Mitzvah Service] Arnold Ira Levy, son oil and Mrs. :•!...:• L vy. 516Cal Ionia Av< i become B::: Mitzvah tOM morning. N ber 2&th, att Coral Gi. J wish Ceata. Rabbi .V : 5k p ar.dCa Irving R I ins n will The B at th>c" : Jewish a Hebrew ai also atten le Le :..'.| ior High Sch .r. i :• a a| ber of t:. •. B.ndafll Boy Seoul T: p No. 38. Out-of-t i nflj the occa


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IrnAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1952 + Jewlst nar&Mari Harvey L. Farr incy Fair Bar tzvah Tomorrow |arvey Louis Farr, son of Mr. Mrs Aaron Farr, 934 79th trace, Miami Beach, will bele Bar Mitzvah tomorrow fninn. November 29th, 10:45 [.. ;.t Temple Beth Sholom. [iibbi Leon Kronish, spiritual will officiate. Bar Mitzvah is an 8th student at the Nautilus Irs. Farr is president of thci pple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. | I Farr is a director of the Men's |b there. Both Mr. and Mrs.! been active in com-1 :il and civic life in the Greatrea. reception will follow the in the Temple BanI Re-Schedule Temple Beth Sholom Bazaar The Annual Bazaar and Children s Carnival of the Temple 11, ,h Sholom Sisterhood has been posti poned to December 16th and 17th lacord.ng to an announcement i early this week by Mrs. Aaron Fair, president. The function was originally scheduled for December 9th and 10th, and is being postponed so as not to conflict with the Greater Miami Memorial Meeting for the late Dr. Chaim Weizmar.n which will be held at that time. According to Mrs. Max Applebaum. chairman of the Bazaar, Lester Hart, well-known auctioneer here, will conduct the twoevening sales spree on the 16th and 17th. She also indicated that regular afternoon Bazaar showers have been listed for December 3rd and 10th. Hostesses for last Wednesday's affair were the Mesdamcs Irving Marcus, Irving Westin, Chester Krone, David Denner and Joseph Shawmut. PAGE 9 s. Soltz In New York Irs, Gerald PSoltz, president he s uthern Region of Junior lassah, flew to New York for (Thanksgiving weekend to atthe 29th National Conveni r organization, held at Bell, nt Plaza Hotel. %  loach High HA To Inaugurate New Program The Miami Beach High School PTA will inaugurate a new program technique at its meeting on December 2nd, 8 p.m., in the school auditorium. Divided grade sections will be led in discussions by parents, students and teachers. Discussions will be based on questions submitted within the theme of: Facing Life Together. Presiding at the opening meeting will be Mrs. Leon Ell. The school band, under Robert Duff, will render several selections. Majors for Hebrew Academy's H-A Day last Tuesday were Mrs. Roy Sitomer (left) and Mrs. Samuel Cohen. They will hold ths same po-sitions in the campaign for the Academy's Pictorial Journal which will be issued in conjunction with the Fifth Annual Dinner on January 4th, at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Let Xautilus Dads Sponsor Films The Dad's Club of Nautilus School is sponsoring two movies at the Carib Theatre on November 30th through December 5th, for the benefit of the Nautilus Band Uniform Fund. Advance tickets are on sale at the school. The pictures are Bloodhounds Of Broadway and It Grows On Trees, starring Irene Dunne. [WORRY About Your FOOD [Complete Catering Service autiiul Hore D'oeuvret Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS I'ertainment and dl other iplails arranged for your forms I and informal affairs \ PHONE 3-5463 HTS SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS !,.-,_ 83.1986 Kra £Jm CATERERS r "W 7th St. Off Miami Avs. Men Cook Supper The men of the Women's Group. Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center, were hosts at i supper on Sunday evening which was prepared, cooked and served by them. Chairman Jack Cohen was assisted by Alvin Newman, Aaron Rothman, Mickey Mikles, Morton Lebar, Walter Stewart, and Aaron Shapiro. s trathHaven The Bar Mitzvah of Stephen Peyton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Peyton, 1700 James Avenue, will take place tomorrow morning, November 29th, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Miami Beach High School and the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School. HOTEL Nathan Cmsburg Featuring Outstanding Kosher CATERING Using Hotel Facilities, Home or Synagogue Anywhere in Greater Miami Ph. 5-4691 STRATH HAVEN, •onntag •yyftS) Restaurant H17 WASHINGTON AVE. — Phone 5-3495 DINNERS FROM 4 TO 9 v alvvinti for All Ovva*ion* Under Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth ll< k a<*li llraneh 4 nsts Pageant The Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center is now casting for a Teenage Chanuka Pageant to be presented during the holiday season. The production will seek to narrate the tale of the origin of the ancient festival and will bo presented in the form of a choral speaking poem-drama. In charge of information is Esther Kaufman, Teenage supervisor. I ; nds Lax a lives — finds amazing relief "I have had great success with ALL-BRAN," writes Paterson, N. J., man. "After years of constipation, I am now regular. Thanks to my V cup of ALL-BBAN every day !"If you suffer from irregularity due to lack of dietary bulk, try a bowlful of this tasty cereal every night before bed...it may bring back the youthful regularity you thought long lost, ALL-BRAN is the only type ready-to-eat cereal that supplies all the bulk you may need. It's high in cereal protein, rich in iron, provides essential B and D vitamins. Not habit-forming. If you're not satintied after 10 days, send empty carton to Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich., and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK Robefla Leder, Marvin Mondres Choose Thanksgiving Day For Wedding Ceremony Lincoln Manor, Miami Bach, was the setting for the Thanksgiving Day wedding yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Mondres. Mrs. Mondres is the former Roberta Clare Leder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Leder, 2261 SW 24 Avenue. Mr. Mondres is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mondres, 5321 SW 1 Street. Performing the rites was Rabbi Max Shapiro, spirtual leader of Beth David Synagogue. The bride, in a chantilly lace and net wedding gown with a matching finger-tip veil, was attended by Lynnc Le Vine in blue and white net as maid ot honor and by Lois Helen Lewis, wearing aqua net over fuahsia, as matron of honor. Ronald LeVine served as best man for Mr. Mondres. Completing the hiidal party were Rona Koiiin and Barbara Quartin, bridesraids, with Jeffrey Howard Lewis acted as ring bearer. Following the ceremony was a iinncr for members of bo.h families. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Maurice Leder, of Upper Marlbora, Maryland; Mrs. Harvey Snobe, of Brooklyn, New York; Mrs. Mania Schumrr.er. of Havana, Cuba; and Miss Ida Mondres, Forest Hills, Long Island. The bride graduated from Miami Bcsch High School and is active locally in social affairs. Mr. Mondres attended Cornell University and served in the Navy. He is now associated with tne Walter B. Arnold Jr. Agency of the Aetna Life Insurance Company. After a honeymoon through | Florida, the couple will be at hon-e at 1250 SW 12th Street. Mrs. Marvin Mondres HahWs Sisters l-lan Razaar Another in a series of unique Bazaars will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Saturday evening. December 13th. and Sunday, December 14th, at the Center, 320 Palermo Avenue. In addition to a variety of new merchandise offered at bargain prices, numerous events have also been scheduled. Merchandise offered will be all new and will include clothing, jewelry, gifts and household articles. The Saturday night program will feature supper, dancing to music of a live orchestra and entertainment. The Sunday program will present a carnival dedicated to children. ATTENTION CANADIANS : and former Canadians. A very inter. e&ting new social group has beei j formed bv leading Canadian residents : of Florida. Vou are cordially invitd to participate. For full details write or telephone Miss Theresa Powers, 6061 Collins Avenue. Phone 86-1*51. Middle Aged Woman WANTS BABY SITTING Grad -.le Nurse — Knows what to do in emergency Phone 87-8153 60 S.W. 58th Court Funds Are Earmarked For Cerebral Palsied The Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons of Israel, will hold a card party at the Blackstone Hotel on Sunday evening, November 30th. Proceeds will go to the Home for the Cerebral Palsied. DAY NURSERY Garden Kindergarten and Nursery School S8.00 Per Week 1657 N.W. 9th AVE. 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FAGE 10 *Jenislncrldkuri Greater Miami's RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY *~2 Dire ory HEBREW ACADEMY will hold services ..re at 8:30 a.m., when Friday evening services at 5:15' rj r shmarvahu T. Swirsky will p.m. Saturday morning services I discu88 The Drl ,, m of The Diare scheduled for 9 a.m.. with Rabbi Alexander Gross officiating and discussing: Thanksgiving For What. Guest Cantor Jaoi b Tambor will render the musicvine Ladder. A class in Talmud will be at 3:30 p.m.. conducted by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz. A class in Ethics of the Fathers foli *-• uiiiiyvi mil n.nu>l lilt lliu.'iv ... % %  4 al portions of the liturgy. Rabbi ow ;,t 4: 4 £ %  ***** f Gross will lead the Sabbath Af5 Pm ith 0 ,os S / ,ud W ternoon Post-Graduate Student ] cludmg ,he Sabbath. Junior Congregation services are in Veshiva Hall at 10 a.m. • • • FL-4GLER-GRA.V.4DA JEWISH COMMUNITY CESTER will Discussion Group. At 3:30 p.m., the Oneg Shabbat for children will take place under the direction of Mrs. Alexander Gross. Re' freshments will be sponsored by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Mincha is h ->'d Friday evening services at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos Starting on December 5th, acfollowing. fording to Morris Fisher, chair• • • man of the Religious Group. Mrs. MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL A aron Shapiro is secretary. Sat.4.YD CONGREGATION will hold "rday morning services ar. Friday evening services at 5 p.m. >' (i /or 9 am Daily services are Saturday morning services are at at :3 :i %  '"• 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Simon Ap. • nl officiating and discussing: TIFF.RETH ISRAEL NORTHi Religi n C inflict With SciSIDE CENTER will hold 1 in Mishna is senevening services at 8 p.m. Guest for 4 p.m., with Mincha j speakei wil] be Herman Kutin. and Maariv following. Satu are • • ISRAELITE CENTER will hold • • at 5:30 NORTH DADE JEWISH CENS • ning servi es h >ld Fri I; j i v Rabbi Abservici 15 p.m., with I j 1 Ettinger and Cant AlDn Min at 5:1 Sub-1 I foil Shalos Seud siject of a I Jun • %  %  .:• ered by thi Rabbi is u :u!. d n Sat Is The Spirit 01 ksgivnd will in | SI I With Us. An I Ini g be under I of Andn 5 t will follov Saturdaj ;.:.%  ervicei • t 9 a.m. i [Jen • • KNESETH ISRAEL CONi GATlt '"• i are at 8 Aoud.ith Israel Rabbi :-.." Ever, l>J ihodox ."•:•'. "Mh SI Miami > % %  Beth David R ibbl Max Bhaplro, Con* rvatlv. MS BW .'.' %  I Ave Miami .. Beth Ei -Di Shmaryahu Bwlraky. Orthodox HW l?th Ave Miami Betn Jacob—Rabbi Moaei Meechelpff, Orthodox, 301-311 Waah An M B Beth Shoiom Rabbi Loon Kronln, Liberal. IHI (TlBae AVO., M Beth Tfiiah Rabbi Joeeph Rackov. iky, Orthodox, '•'•"• Euclid Ace., Miami Beach ,. Coral GablesHal 1.: Mi.nls Sko'. >-' 1 '•ml, MO PeJermo Ave., '" 0 Downtown Synagogue OrthOdOS, 13' Niv Ird Ave Miami Flafller-Granada SO NW ^!-t l'..i. • Miami Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander arose. Orthodox, :'l lh St. M.B. Hialeah-Miami Springs Reverend I... Hi % % %  < %  % %  E nh Ave., Hiai< ah Hollywood Rabbi Jacob Honlf. Conservative, MM Pol* St., Bonrwood Itratl'te Center ILiMn Abi.ihain Sachs, Conservative, JltS BW .' 411> T. r. Mlsml i Kneteth Itrael llal.l.i Abraham Ca* %  af. Orthodox, 1115 Kurlld Ave.. Ml.i Miami Beach--R.iM.| Irvlnf l*hrni.tn. Conservative, 1701 Wash Ave., M.B. Miami Hebrew School Rabbi Simon Am::. Orthodox, :: I SW 13th Ave., Miami Monticeiio Park Reverend Jacob Kati '•141h Streel %  I N E 11th Avenui N Ih Mia ml !'• •>• h North Dade Rabbi Harrj Ktlinaer, PunmrvBtlve 131 1(1 W 1 Hx • Hlhw \ V • h Miami. North Sho-e K. bl Mayei \ erltx. i'on ItO • 75th 81 M • '•'• Temple l/iraei I h Narol Rel • n I SE mh 81 Ml Titereth Israel N Miami AVI Mi.. West Miam Alfred CT > ai I-..H-. rxatlve, 37JO SW 17th St., Young Israel forth K, 1001 Chase Ave. Miami Bearh %  i i: idolf i 11 /. i Ave., Coral • Awakening In Life. An Ones ..i will follow sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Isador Berman. Floral offerings will be by Mr and Mrs. Samuel Ostrosky in honoi of the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Daniel, scheduled Saturday morning during the I services .it 9 a.m. Student services are at 10:30 a.m. • %  MONTICELLO PARK CONGREGATION will hold Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. Reve end Jacob D. Katz will be guest speaker. Subject of his discourse is scheduled as A Be :omi s A Reality. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m. iln. ha is at "> p.m., followed by sh.il is Seudos and Maariv. Obituaries EDOAR M UORBBR *::. of '• Abbotl Avenue, died on • -i Hi la turvlved by hit brother, Max Remalas were s>-:it in i '.•: umbua < it -. India na, foi > \ Icea ind Inti i men I by the Miami Beach Riverside jyraoirwJ \i;l: Ml \\l KIRSCHENBAUM SO, of 7340 Hardlna Avenue, died on Novembei ttrd. He l~ survived I>> inMil.. Lenore; one ton, Edmund ami three brothers, Irvine*, Joe and Jack Remains were teni to rle Vi.ik City fur services and Interment bj the Miami Beach Rlvendde. SAMIKI. I(I;I i\V .".9. of }' %  **><> w.-.-r Avenue, iiieii on Sovember t3rd. A resident here foi th< paal elgrht years, h•• and at 5:30 discourse to be delivered by the p m Bar Mitzvah is scheduled as: • Some Lessons From The Life Of NORTH SHORE JEWISH Patriarch Jacob. Mr. and Mrs. CENTER will hold Friday evenLevy will be hosts at both the ing services at 8:15 p.m. SubFriday evening Oneg Shabbat ject of a discourse to be di and the Saturday morning Kidetl by Rabbi Meyer Abran. ..-, dush in honor of their son. Canis scheduled as: Thanksgiving, .tor Irving Robinson will render The American Heritage. Cantor the musical portions of the liturEdward Klein will chant the lit— gy, assisted by the Center Choir UTgy, assisted by the Center under the direction of Leon Choir. Saturday morning servSchiff. ices are scheduled fur 845 a.m.. • when David, son of Mr. and Mrs TEMPLE ISRAEL will observe Morris Greenblatt. will become Couples Limited Sabbath during Ba: Mit/vah. Rabbi Abramowitz Friday evening services at 8:15 : will discuss the Weekly Portion, p.m. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will of-' • • ficiate and discuss: Marriages Are BETH DAVID CONGREGAMade In Heaven. Bringing greetTION will hold late Friday evings will be Dr. Leslie T. Bukstel,, ening services at 8:15 p.m. 'Rabin sident of Couples Limited. Alhi Max Shapiro and Cantor Lert L. Burrows. Jerome S. DreyMaurice Mamches will officiate fuss and Richard H. Pritikin will assisted by the Student aid in reading the Sabbath prayunder the direction f Mis. Jack ers. The group will be host at Donnerstag. Guest s: the Oneg Shabbat following. be Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel and BETH E L CONGREGATION ( president of the Florida Rabbinwill hold Friday evening services • ical Association. Subject of his at sundown. Saturday morning discourse is scheduled as: The ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER will ':. i regu i • vices Fi iday vening at H:l"> p.m., with Ri rend Rudolf E. Brill officiating. Arthur Deutsch, chairman of the Religious Committee, will speak on The Wandering Jew. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Einbinder will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat following, in honor of their daughter's birthday. Services will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday. Reverend Brill will preach on The Weekly Portion. Joel Gorick. son of Mrs. S. Sobin, will become Bar Mitzvah during the morning service. Mr. and Mrs. Sobin will be hosts at the Kiddush following. Mincha is at 5:15 p.m. • • • WEST M/.4M7 JEWISH CENTER will hold Friday evening services at 530 p.m. Late services are scheduled for 8:30 p.m., with Rabbi Alfred Waxman ufficiating. A social hour will follow. Saturday morning services are at 9 a.m., with Junior services at 11 ,, m. Afternoon services will be at 5 p.m.. followed by study of the Weekly Portion and Shalos Seud • • • YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE will hold Friday evening services at 5 p.m. Saturday -l uning services are at 9 a.m. Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos. Daily services are at 8 a.m.. and at 5 p m SAMUEL NEWMAN at til Meridian Avenue, die his if.-, i:<#. anil three aou anrl foui dausrhters. Remains were ent !.. Cleveland, Ohloi for services and termeni bj th.Miami Beach River* tld< OSCAR \ I.KSKi i\"SK V S3, "i I4S3 NW I'Tih Street, passed iwaj -in Saturday. He la turvlved b) hit wife, Sarah; i^" sons, Nathan and Bernard h;s daughter, Mrt Doris Kaplan; and six grandchildren. !(••main* • • • tenl to N< Voi k ("Its aervlcee and mtermenl li> "The de". \ i % %  >i.1 •!i \ I:NI;I:I. ... ,.• S94 NI-: >-ih Street, passed %  %  ) on No> .nil er 19th, al hit realden • ll> t> survived l>y two sisters, Mi l.ill an ..i/. .ma Mii Ht.i Roth; ana hit neice, Mrt \" i \ [an Roth Rubin Ri %  > in i" i 'olumbut i 'in.. t. Li b) 'Tie Miami i: %  li MAfRICE KISHKIt n M Bouh VHI d, .li.-.i on lI.. November Sltl He is sui vlved by his Mifi Minnie; two da iRh Mrt An • I 'oopei. ..f North Miami l ; u li. a brothel • ler; and four trraiidi hildrei Ri fi • enl •• %  Netf rorh I for i • .. i Intel men! by the ii 1-' ii.. I Ir.ii... Hearing 'Wirvntivs Hevimw At Wemt Miami I vntvv Rehearsals are under way for the Roaring Twenties Revue which the West Miami Jewish Center will present on Saturday and Sunday evenings. December 6th and 7th. The Revue will feature a chorus line, s ings. specialty skits and a one-act comedy. Blake w. Liddie, who directs the Center's! drama presentations, is in charge I of arrangements. Bernard Weiner is chairman of j the committee sponsoring the affair. Dave Dresner will handle i ticket sales, with Alex Fogel in : refreshments. Malnick Unveili nq The dedication of „ Malnick. forraertv ; 9th Street. u > *> fay. November 1 SfeH the Beth Ja ( ,, b plul h ; f -N wife, Rae. two son, bU Onmc. also three ^I^i Arrangements are^ Palmer's Miami MonunS pany Friends and relate asked to be present. Abliziner Un^ejj^ The dedication of a m to the memory 0 f the late 1 Abliziner, mother of yj-j Stone of the Blackstone Miami Beach, will Ust'ar Sunday, .November 3oth )3 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery ad bi Irving Lehrman offiosl Mrs. Abliziner is survived^* sons. Hyman and Morns i\ York, four daughters, MM Abbey, ol Ni %  YorkiHaj Stone. „f Miami Beach;-James Landau and Mr.;. Sa3 Karp. both | New Vork.asi grandchildn n. A.:.in.e:r.sl in charge ol Pal J Monument Compan H and relative.are askef | present. %  %  Wilson Unveiling The dedication of a to the memory i f the lat e i Wilson, : irn erly of 9601 Avenue. Miami Beach, -;l|| place Sunday, N< vemberj p.m., at Mt Sinai M Park ( %  Mrs. Wissl survived by a daughter. E4£ Wilson and a grand .. Ruth Elkin. ArrangemaSjj in charge of Palmer 1 Monument Compar %  and relatives are asked si %  ent. THE MAYFAIR ACADEMY For Little Fclki e Nur.ery Pre .School e Kindergarten ;. eli Ai.-.._. ^ ,,. |, • eellenl Bup. 950C Bay Harbor Terrace Ph. 86-8079 Rosenberg Unveiling] The dedication i: a osa to the memoi y I lstel| Rosenlii 11'. f mi rly of Pennsylvania Avenue, !^ Beach, will take pi M Mi IVI %  : th, Sinai Mem. HI. with Rah:.; \ CtH ficiating. Mr. 1 ; vived by his wife. S \ %  n Abrah •] in charge of P : M Monument Cumpar.;. BT and relatives are asked ij present. vVlG^ST BROS ft,, X 1-. the r si' WA-^WA^WA-^ WINZ THE YIDDISH ClASSKjj HOUR-NOW TWICE WJL Sunday12 "^jVr* Tuesday ,0 r Listen to our n Sunday re.*"" -I ••MEET YOUR f^^\ "NEWS FROMI JJf HAROLD SHAW Guest Comrnt? HAROLD KANE Musical Ad* STAR of DAVID MEMORIAL PAj SOUTH MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL CEMt Pre-development prices at this tin* -J PALMETTO ROAD, SOUTH MIAMI Pft Bernard E. Supworth, P".



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IY. NOVEMBER 28. 1952 To Convene .akelcmd Defamation League cliairI unity representa\ [hout Florida will conNew Florida Hotel, ind, on Sunday, November I Annual Florida State ,ni >rence. : attend the Conferthe Miami area are ] \v Shapiro, Florida State Chairman, George J. Talian(ichard K. Fink, Mr. and Carl Greenberg, Mrs. Jack &nd Gilbert J. Balkin, Flor)I, director. |e ADL Chairman Shapiro feside at the sessions which begin 9:30 a.m., and con5 p.m. Talianoff will the recent Annual of the ADL National lission in Chicago. The Conwill also receive a report IDL Director Balkin on the of current human relarojects under way in the Regional ADL office. Kgeof local arrangements %  ire Harry Moskovits, of the B'nai B'rith |l Lakeland, and Melvin Chesed Shel Emess Meet Is Slated Here Members of the Chesed Shel Emess Sisterhood will meet on Monday. December 1st, l p.m., in Room No. 5, of the Beth F.i Congregation. Scheduled is nomination of Officers. Presiding will be Mrs,. Israel Goldberg, president Jewish Books Aired A special broadcast on Jewish books will be featured tomorrow evening, 7 p.m., over radio station VVKAT. Participating will be Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Seymour B. Liebman and Louis Schwartzman. fJewistiFkridlian PAGE 11 MADE EASY ho S,!,,T ,", ? """ ll,vr '" ser eK "I lessons in modern conversation,:'. Hebrew which will ZZ ",'. W } V The Jcwish Floridi ""The complete series constitutes a course aimed at h !" l u V >"" d ment s "I the language as it is now spoken in Israel and is based r,n a textm7'R„T ei T. • f nX "; bV M SS Sh shalla Spector. faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi'!„",' %  ,!•!;! "'!'.' s bse ''" c 1 lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over rfM. ?T"'*< J C S "" d( "Js t 2 P-m. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is conducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob Schachler s Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian wm provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course. Cm Ana*** SlatP Spocial lianukn Affair A special Chanuka Program I and celebration will be given at I the next PTA meeting of the Town Branch Nursery School,! Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, on Thursday, December 4th, 8 p.m. Louis Schwartzman, executive director o| the Bureau of Jewish Education, will present the workshop. The program will include Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of the West Miami Jewish Center, who will speak on the significance of Chanuka. Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will present the Song Workshop. Mrs. Cora Friedman is in charge of the Home Decoration Workshop. The day is beautiful But warm (hot) Hay-yom ya-feh 'Aval ham Mosheh, here is the restauMo-sheh. hin-neh *** ham-mis'a-dah .on ^g Joint Card Party DROMEDARY WES C HOCOLATE NUT ROLL ill! ROLL • ORANGE NUT ROLL The Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, in conjunction 1 with its four affiliated groups, will hold a Card Party tomorrow evening, at the Blaekstone Hotel. GUST BROS Ry: r ir'thc BEST.' pvrnori ;e jmmw PARKWAY Retail KOSHER Wholesale 1255 S.W. 22nd St.. Ph. 9-0968 NOTICE ie corporation of Santacroce & Pellegrini is | >w in the process of being dissolved. Pease be advised that I am continuing bus|| fess at my new location under the name of— I Pellegrini S HANT TAILOR & IMPORTER j^ 40 MIRACLE MILE ORAL GABLES. FLA. PHONE 4-1857 l^ tevious to forming the above firm I was asdated for over 30 years as head designer yj wh The Arthur M. Rosenberg Co. of New ork and New Haven, serving a clientele of |usiness and professional men the country 'er. 1 pish to express my appreciation for the treendous patronage you people have given in the five years I have been in the Miami pea. Come in and see my new location, and jfj Thank you — [U John P. Pellegrini | The typical breakfast of the Israeli citizen consists of a large glass of grapefruit juice, I a substantial mixed salad, and the inevitable portion of herring and water. Eggs, any style. tout, jam, etc., are familiar requests to the waiter and are usually available. Be careful of the milk, especially in the smaller restaurants. It is not normally pasteurized and often is served raw. Good morning, Miss and Sir Bo-ker tov ge-ve-ret ve'a-don Good morning, waiter Bo-ker tov mel-zar Please be seated • Be-vak-ka-shah la-she-vet What do you wish to have, Mah ro-zeh 'ado-ni? Sir? flabbi JoBftDh E. Rackovaky 945 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the p-or* $ mam Jewish Trade LEONARD A. LEVINE • IRVING BLASBERG BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL AIR CONDITIONED Cur Own Parking Facilities Adjoining The Chapel Look for the 2-Story White Building Thurmond Monument Co. MARKERS $40.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH'S FINEST AND LARGEST JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 5-2100 or 5-5844 24-HOUR SERVICE OHE OF AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL FUNERAL HOMES 1850 ALTON ROAD • MIAMI BEACH C. W. HEARD. 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PAGE 12 '.h is 3 fh ridi M7_ FRIDAY. N Academy Workers Coni g?i Folioi : ttjf : the H • A ai %  I '• Dinner and H-A I -• Tu ndi conducted i m ul Dade County in o nnection with the Dinner and J' ur ial heduled for January 4. 19a3. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. "H-A Day has given us renewed optimism that our goal ol 1.800 persona for the dinner will achieved." Isidore Goldberg, lit vice president (if the Academy said Wednesday. "The funds which we will obtain through the d nner and journal will be u for much-needed scholarship funds for the current Academy 5 ar." Charles Fruchtman. Dinner chairman, stated that, "the all; i at efforts made by the H-A Day volunteers was a tribute to the leadership of the Academy." He id special thanks to Mrs. Samuel Cohen and Mrs. Hoy Sitomer, H-A Day Majors, and to the iwing Capl tins II M I'.l,%  • i v Ml • I %  %  I II i :. • • ; I ;. %  i 1 .%  I %  I Ul S luel • Hi %  : Kali II I Klinm, \ K <.'., n, s K t*h %  • •-•. o. I %  Lt-vli Kcm. II l.i.-li\ M incel I M.ik..i ski i. -Ik' -,. K II Rlnhard I s I:. %  %  • %  It Iti i-h K Roi • .I: :;• %  M I:tl • l>< • Ll: Sakf/ I %  spll, i; s. hlfr T. i %  8ha|>lr<>, S>,H >':.-i .1 > ,-snwti I. . apCantors Maurice Mam-; • and Berele Kelemer prented a program of liturgical ic ra Mamches, a Hebrew n v graduate, -poke on I T le Hi I rew Academy Has ne !• Me Wlon To Ui'ad Cancer Instltot*? i.. i •: • 1 st vi Powi 2nd pi • %  ian, 1 • n Ak. | trea u.er. r %  .vn Srandois Chapter, AJC A Games Party will be given Bi ndeis I lhapter, Amerian Jewish Congress, at the home i Mrs. Bea R ibbins, 8200 Hawhorn< Avenue, on Tuesday, Deember 2nd. 3 p.m. Proceeds .ftarmarked for the L tuise Waternan Wi Hostel. Chairwomen ire Mrs Ray Frank and Mrs ', %  Rabbins. Herzl firoup To Hear Hill Ha mis TinHerzl Group of Hadassah cill meet at the Belmar Hotel; m Monday, December 1st. 12:451 p.m. Guest speaker will be Bill | Daily News columnist. Baggs will discuss the cause of the demand for reform and the subsequent gr iwth of professionmunism. C irmen will be Mrs. Arnold S dar and Mrs. Leo Chaikin. Jewish Book Month will culminate ; n Greater December 7th, 8 p.m., at me Town branch oi The rojlival will feature a symposium r. n Jew c. Beti Devi Ccig e'-u'icn; D. Debtsky, Yid p. rn#r, extension director of thp Bureau of J--w Exhibit C 'he Day front Public library. Right to Mrs. Joseph D intov. Exhibit chairman; Mrs. H tion Department; and Louis Schwartzman, e: ticn srxmeor'na Jewish Boole Month her*. N^umi wiih a city-wiao r'eettva] on ht Creater Miami Jewish Community i h Literature Today, with Rabbi Ma/s Jish v/riter en current problems; and I x, r-i,.~ a ,; on shown above is the fotf left are Dr. Frank Sessa. library n J elga Eason. head of the library's Aduhl ecutive director of the Bureau of Jewish l 3\>rm l)an<*< k Uub At I'I'.H li lirnn*h The formation of a Square And R >und Club for dance lovers at the Beach Branch ol the Greater Miami Jewish Community Conj been announced by Mrs. 1 Le Huberman, Program Council; chairman The Club will meet on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m.. under the leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey I.' e Mr. Lee is executive director of the Born Hall Academy and president of the National Folk and Square Dance League. Hebrew School Mnn*s Chairmen Committee chairmen of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation have received official appointment, according to an announcement early this week by H. M. Drewich, president. Chairmen include Abe Kaplan. ii.-hip: Mrs. David Meltzer. registrar; Mrs. Hershey Glantz. hospitality; Mrs. Simon April, sunshine: Edward Becker, parliamentarian; Sam Cohen, social: Mrs Frederic Rosenthal, Red Feather; Dave Klcber and Hershey Glantz, Purim Ball. Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, refreshini.ts: I Goldman. Lachem Aneym: Abe Kaplan, building; H. M. Drewich. cemetery: Max baum, cemetery plots: Joe Rutansky. insurance: Alex Stahl, Junior Congregation. Alex Stahl, house; Henry Wolfson, finance; Dave Kleber, education ^nd religious: Mrs. Joseph Schwardron, publicity; and Hershey Giant.-, sergeant-at-arms. Menorah Uroup fetes fhanuha The Menorah Group of Hadas. .'... hold its next regular eetii the Coral Gables Jewish Center • n Monday. December 1st 1:15 p.m. The program will feature a .. Ileligl • en mony and Channga Guest speaker for the •.. rnoon will be Mrs. Rosa Felts hi will review My Glorious %  rothers, a story of the Macca. IJ I! iward Jost. .1 Seymour Shulner will present %  Youth Aliyah report. Personally Speaking Retui ned h me from the state Students' Debate Congress in Tallahassee, where she was a representative in the Supreme urt, is Miss Barbara Pearl. 1100 SW 23rd Avenue. Miss Pearl also ittended the Homecoming Dance and Football game of Florida State University while Hotel Mem Xante Officer* New president of the Greater Miami Hotel Association is Tom I. Mahoney, of the Strand Hotel Other off.,vis include H. H. Harper, of the Towers, 1st vice president: Ar.hur Adler. of the Allison. 2nd vice president: James W. Tinley, of the Everglades, 3rd vi e president. J. J, Shi p. rt, of the Leamington, secretary Otto E. Fishcher, f th< Be ni, treasurer; and Murray Deblin, of the N w Pi >ni or. sei geant-at-ai ms Barbara HPHH in Radio l*tay Louise Barbara Hess, 11-yearold daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess, 2190 SW 10th Street. Miami, was chosen to take the lead in a play over station WIOD on the Youth Roundup Speaks program at 6:15 p.m., on Monday. December 1st. Ent.tled Homework, th? play %  written and directed by Lucille Grimm, head of the Dramatics Department of Youth Roundup. Louise is also appearing in the Youth Roundup Charity Ice Show at the Coral Gables Coliseum starting today. Hriaudaan Will Open At i nievvsitu Riua Theater On Tttestluu Keening In its last days of rehearsal at through S I u lay, December the University of Miami's Ring 13th. Theatre is Brigadoon, the musical r : G n Bennett is fantasy ol a JScottish town that v "'^ <^'"' Brigadoon, with Al H .chinar: as production ne day every hundred „ istan1 MuM ,, direcUon ;s )V Major Robert Crawford, of life %  production will op.n on I'M Music School. Chore i le day, Decembei 2nd. and play phy >.by Phillis K.,pp. GMJCC Scl „ Annual MeetJ I The Annual Mectinjr Greater Miami Jewish i | ity Centei will take Tuesday evening, DtwjjtJ 8 p.m., at the Town Bra torium. 450 SW 16th A was announced A Forest Companions Meet The local chapter of the Companions of the Forest of America will meet on Thursday. December 4th. 8 p.m., at the Hotel New Yorker Guests will be Supreme Deputy Mrs. Alberta Weeks, of Sarasota, Florida; and Circle Physician Dr. A. Nathan Gillman, Miami. Teen \qers Will Oanee Tomorrow The Teen Agers of the Beach Branch. Greater Miami Jewish Community Centei. will open the Beaton social activities with a dance on Saturday evening, November 29th, at 8:15 p.m. The Dance Committee, which is composed of both adults and teen agers. include Teen Age Council members Cliff Fried, Eddie Moss Teddy Wallman, Lennie Hollander and Bob GrossIn 14. Adults are the Mesdames Lucy Simkowitz, Mrs Nettie Lefkowitz, Mrs. Ruth Kupper and Mrs Rogers. Myers, p: i This is a change fnafj vernier 30th dat^annou viously Plans for the meeiinjl various foi ms of enter addition to the businessp th*e evening according ul tion from Monroe Gelb.il of the County-Wide Adi| gram Committee. Reports will he givn president and Executvc. Efraim HGale. Nominal election of officen Hi Directors will also tan Refreshments will be i a comnnMir if hostessal j the direction of Mrs. Joaajl tov. Members of the which met this week teg the program are Gelb, 1 Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Bal Mrs. Gus ions'; erg H Miss Shirley Bairu-r. I Mi >• r. Emanuel Tropp 1 Ruth Brotman On ftj Harold Shapiro, cm on the radio mogra-T.." Neighbor will present^ man on Sunday, N(Wl I 1:15 p.m.. over riifi* Miss Brotman will sp** Music Of 1ST %  1 Miss Biotman \v iVI on Paul RniunH evening. December %  ? % %  over s'.a-; i. WKAT Come th/s *f*art pnr* ino mww", -—, condWiencd 9u.1l room. wih priU bm %  > p ;' M comfoHobly. gr.doutly fumi.hod. Enjoy ftio %  — "TL of MsNhf od.ontuf.i within boufifMllylndic^9 Privat* botch, nil wotor pool, cabonoi, I • sail cog 111 cocktail hour, dining, dancing. Convoniant to soiling, liihing, %  iding, golf and %  ti'O tighHooing. SAN JUAN



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ly. NOVEMBER 28, J952 fc— '!*§> MrMrSrHHn.* onald Will %  eted Here unday treble James G. McDonald, L'g first Ambassador to (will be the guest of honor Iception to be given at the Miami home of Mr. and Imil JGould, Sunday evblovember 3th. [informal reception, which Hen planned for 150 of associates in the contin trades, will be highby Mr. McDonald's re\\ the progress of the new Israel during the past jbers of the reception Cornwill be Mr. and Mrs. Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. i Arkin, Mr. and Mrs. MorJBurk. Mr. and Mrs. Jules pnc. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel nicls. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Mr. and Mrs. David i, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert r, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gill1 and Mrs. Norman M. Gilland Mrs. Irvin Korach. land Mrs. Ben Markowitz, \d Mrs. Max Meisel, Mr. rs Benjamin Meyers, Mr. t.s. Raymond R. Rubin, Mr. Jrs. Dan Rusk in, Mr. and Lawrence Sapero, Mr. and Lrthur M. Shandloff, Mr. Irs, Samuel Spector, Mr. rs. Hubert L. Turchin and id Mrs. I. L. Mintzer. partzman Reviews Fisher Book Israi li Group of Hadassah pn ii its life members on y, December 1st, 1 p.m., at E veil Hotel, Miami unced Mrs. J. Halfon. \' rship chairman. Si hwartzmann, of the %  Jewish Education, will T Island Of The InnoVardis Fisher. A musical ii will be presented by German. (Year's Eve Party la New Year's Eve Party hold at the North Dade i Center on Wednesday ev| December 31st. for dancing will be playm 10 p.m., until 3 a.m. A dinner will be served at Reservations may be rith Bernard Catz. fff, M. H. Meyerhoff and David Sernaker. Mrs. Max Weitz, recently present at ground breaking ceremonies of the Hadassah Medical Center in Israel, will speak. Will Cite Roth As Book Donor Councilman Burnett Roth will receive a citation as outstanding book donor to the Temple Beth Sholom Library at a Book Donor Luncheon of the Beth Sholom PTA on Tuesday, December 2nd. 12:30 p.m., in the Temple's Banquet Hall, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving B Kaplan, PTA president. Donors in the PTA's present drive for books for the Beth Sholom Library in observance of National Jewish Book Month will be guests of the organization Principals and librarians of the Beach public schools will be honored guests, and the PTA will oresent to them books on Jewish subjects, including a biography of the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann. The luncheon will follow a Chanuka Preparation Institute for mothers which will begin at 11 a.m., in the Patio, under the direction of Rabbi Leon Kronish and Educational Director Sydney J. Greenberg. Mrs. Leila Rosenthal and Mrs. Maurice B. Shein are co-chairmen. Mrs. Howard Brooks is Library Fund chairman. I he Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El presented a skit. Anchors Aweigh, at a recent Membership Party which culminated in the addition of 40 new members to its rolls. The cast included (bottom row, left to right) the Mesdam-s Bertha Schwartz, president of the Sisterhood, William Swimmer, M. Komstein. Sidney Palmer, Jack Rosenberq, Morris Pepper, Jessie Blatt, Ella Kaplan and Bessie Rappaport, 1st vice president. Top row (left to right) are the Mesdames Sam Phillips, Aba Pepper, Jennie Weger, Max Silver, Fred Bernstein, Al Zisman. Sam Kestenbaum and Sam MUler. Sam Gyson Views New Administration Mrs. Jack Bernard, president of the Shaloma Group of Hadassah, announces a meeting at the Hibiscus Lodge on Monday, December 1st, 1 p.m. Sam Gyson, radio commentator and columnist, will be guest speaker. His subject will be The New National Administration. A narration on Chanuka will also be given by Mrs. Bernard Smith. Biscayne Track Sees New Record With the first eight days of racing completed, the Biscayne Dog Track appears to be well on its way to establishing another State record for mutuel play and attendance. Biscayne's claim to the highest per capita wagering mark of any Florida track also appears safe from the figures compiled so far this meeting. In the first 80 races run off at the Northside Oval, better than 33 per cent of the favorites have hit the wire first, proving that Biscayne's slogan "where the dogs run truer to form" is no myth. Oswald Brothers, of California, under the watchful eyes of trainer Sam Wooten, are out in front in purse standings for the first eight days. Others in the top ten in purses earned through last Saturday night are as follows in order of their winnings: Cen-Tex Kennels, R. K. Hutchings, Keith Dillon, F. B. Stutz, C. H. Lovely, J. W. Ewalt, Paul Boone, Sawbuck Kennels and L. M. Kirkpatrick. Thanksgiving Jamboree A Thanksgiving Jamboree sponsored by the Men's Club of Tifereth Israel Northside Center will be held tomorrow evening, November 29th, 8:30 p.m., at the Center. Brenner Named To Post William I. Brenner, Miami Beach Attorney, was unanimously elected as General Counsel of the Miami Beach Apartment Association at the meeting of its Board of Directors Monday night, it was announced by Daniel M. Broad, president. Mr. Brenner is immediate past president of the Association and presently the chairman of its Board of Directors. Young Adult Group Dnnce On Sunday The Young Adult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold a dance and social evening on Sunday, November 30th, 8:30 p.m., in the Center Social Hall. This will be the second in a series of informal monthly cfances to which paid members and service men and women will be admitted free. Members of the Social Committee are Bob Stone and Arlene Weisblatt, co-chairmen, Phyllis Goldstein, Jane Goldstein, Wilms Shulman, Don Marks and Audrey Kirschenbaum. Cantor Jacob Tambor will be guest cantor during Saturday morning services of the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th Street, Miami Beach. Cantor Tambor will also lead pupils of the Academy in liturgical c nd Israeli songs during their ^'ternoon Oneg Shabbat. Triton Hotel Dining Room 2720 COLLINS AVE. — MIAMI BEACH Phcre for reservations — 5-6651 5-4907 Air C> %  (/ '' • — Erwin and Louise Frishnet "9 .'"V • L *ples in the cast of Power Without Glory are (left to right) "'a Brenner, Ray Wolfte and Ida Beck. The dramatic ction is under the auspices of The Coral Gables Jewish Theater Guild, with Bob Brenner directing. The three'lav will be presented at the Center tomorrow evening. • 29th 8:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday sven %  :-' also scheduled. Others opparing wil >elma Ncryhouse. Sydney Birk and Ruth Nadell. Hay You Knjog The Thanksgiving^ PR f V E C .4 R E F W M*LY Liiby Chevrolet Company CHI I ftOI ET DEALER" MIAMI. FLORIDA tioiden Agers Fete Anniversary To celebrate their fifth year, the Golden Age Friendship Group of the Town Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will hold an Anniversary Dance on Sunday evening, November 30th, 8 p.m., at 450 SW 16th Avenue. Music for the occasion will 5C played by the Kasrilevker Katelie. Chairman is Mrs. Ethel Siegel. / &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f To Prove You Care I A Gift Subscription For Chanuka To wJemst ricridlian For a Friend^ Relative 9 Hog in Service Clip This Coupon PJmtstt fkradian P. O. Box 2973 Miami 18. Florida Enclosed please find $3.00 for which you will send THE Jl WISH FLORIDIAN for one year to: ADAMS" HEALTH CENTER FLORIDA'S NEWEST AND FINEST Bcil Nontng caw. Heg. Nurse 24 Hrs. Good food at low cost is our primary thought lor our patients. Special Attention to Or:hop.x!ic S arH • RetW -tart a! organisations. S33. r-.pecMl Rate for Ph. 68-8332 128 ot-ds 195 W. 27th St.. Hialeah Hew AU-Fosn Maft WM and Pillows i ressCity Zone Stal Please notify the recipient hi: subscription is being %  t as -ry Chanuka gift. S Ii' &f&f&f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f



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%  A*. |BB PAGE 14 *Jeistfk>rMlain_ FRIDAY. i^OVEMB*, Israelite Center Annual Elazaur Saturday evening, 8 p.m., will mark the opening of the Israelite Center Second Annual Bazaar at 3198 SW 24th Terr.ice. The Bazaar is scheduled to run all day Sunday and on Monday and Tuesday evenings, December 8th and 9th", from 8 to 11 p.m. Chairman of the affair is Mis. Ben Katz. Assisting are Murray Park, Mrs. S. L. Cohen and Mrs Phil Barocas, co-chairmen. In charge of the Kitchen is Mrs. George Kesslcr. Bargain booths of merchandise will be displayed, and homecooked meals will be served. A booth of hand-made clothing sewn by members will be a special feature of the Bazaar. Israelite Center Meeting A regular meeting of the membership of the Israelite Center is scheduled for Tuesday evening. December 2nd, 8:30 p.m.. at the Center. Hy Morris will preside. Tamara Chapter Plans Attair Tamara Chapter of the Mizrachi Womens" Organization met last week at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Highlight of the evening was a Convention Report by Miss Lilian Bogdan, delegate to the 27th Annual Convention of the Mizrachi Women of America, which was held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Plans 'i re made for a Chanuka Membership Party to be held I tiihome "f Mrs Isr lei Yulish. Drivi Miami 11 Mrs Yulish i Ii ni ol T.i C1 .1: tl LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No 222^2 In R> ESTATE I 'i MAX IH'HLER I'....i-,.I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE TO .M.I. WHOM IT V \^ CONCERN \ h, rebj givi n thai I have i •, ,i m\ Final r< pi rt a* Admii ,.r inMas 1 ,. i have riled mj Pel lion fur Iin.ii l iihargi and Hi I I I app'J • .I,. Judge* • •! Court, I-..!.• %  .-.nil >. I,..ii.1.1. ..n Hi. !8lh .i.i' "f I '• %  • ml* i IS •-' foi ;!..• approval % %  : the same and foi final din hai RC :.AdmlnlKtraloi of I hi El I Max l 'ubli r, dei ea*ed I lated 'InI'-'ili daj ••( Nuv< ml*. Al> 1" >2 M.BERT Dl'BLER, Admlnlatrator WILLIAM PALLOT AIL. i n. i i..i Admlnieti aloi sot ingi.ihatn Building Miami, Florida n is \i j-iZ-1* Beth David Sisters Hold Joint Affair Thursday will \ iinl i i' i %  : %  • md nd at the Syi n Thursday. 1> i 4th, 12 30 the affair re Mrs. S tz and • %  :.• • Sussman DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 37 N. E. tth Street Phone 0S401 AL MEIDENBERG, Owner NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN thai tinundei signed, dealrlna: t.. engage In bualneaa under the fietitioua name "1 KVEROLADE DRl'O COMPANY, .1 ii;:. W hTagler si Miami, Fla Intend .. ref/later aald name with the Clerk ..r the Circuit Court • %  < Bade County, Florida RAY BERRIN and WAI. rKR K WE 11.28 ISC.-1 J-I9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.HEREBY lilVKN ni H ni I'll i. • the fictltl nam. i 1 MT1 I RMTI RE .\ • .• -ill I >.':. \ \\ 7th Stl • • • M %  %  • • i *ncull Courl ol I '.<'<• I I RANK KITCHNEK M \i !: V \I.TKRSl i.N i M i N i-'fRNirrRK I'll %  '•"• %  %  i' t ..... K V ; %  mil I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. >TICE IS IIKHKin .;i\ i:\ • .. ..... It>V M< %  PEL, at s • %  %  %  ..! n. i o( i. nid Noitlli St it-el, M H %  • • || .. il.li i'i IRPI .i: \ l i. >N i %  I \ VI' KRIKI '.MAN I i II r • linl.lHIKRi;. Sit Kit I LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfc ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 154810 HOWARD i SPARKY, Plaintiff. BETH "M SPAREV, I •• -r. :.. 1 -• 111 SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti' All:.BETH M BPARfcl Tii'. I r. Street I., i llu CALIFORNIA ,, 1 I1KTH M SPAREY, are herebj notified thai u Bill of Complaint ha* .i you, ..i"i you an erve a eopj of your Inxwi ...... lu Hi. Bill "I thi u• • Oti.i X .. TAYMU!, „ Building, Miami -. ri..:nl.i. knnwi • I' %  e of tl r k "t the .,. ,.„ IM ••.'• %  the 26th i ni.. r, 18 II you f;'H '" ,l„ ,, bj •!. i.mil will be taken agalnal you fo thi ri lief d< ,, ,. ded n Hi. Hill of Complainl -|iii— : .ii. nhall be publlabed once ,..,,.), „. %  • .. wi ks in THE JEW ISII I I.' iRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED .it Miami, Floi d i, this -'.Hi da) "( November, A I' I9'i2. i: I! L.EATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida (Circuit Courl Seal) Bj M C. OREEN, Heput) Clerk I'lNi: & TAYLOR Attornaya for I'lanmff .,l:t-'.l'. iilwnfla Building Miami M, Florida By; Hi. hard %  ; Taylor II l'v iJ 5-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deairlni i" engage in bualneaa undei the fn tltlou* name ..f ACE RAIHO, .ii 111"! N W 7th Aw, Miami, Intend* to reflate! ald name with the Clerk • •! the Circuit Court ol l lade '..niii i. Floi Ida ROBERT Ii. CLIIrTON II 14-11 18 II % %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undemlicned, dealrlna to ensase In I.IIMII. >~ under ihifictitious nami ..i I MILLER IH'ILDHorSE, at 111 E I'I.m-1. %  %  Street, Mian intend* to rfg:. .i e with the "lei I. ..f the %  i ,.!. 'ount), Florida IIKLSTAN, INC. IIERICK SH VI'IRi I FRIED 12" I. II %  "In Rd NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 28954.A In Ri I IS I'A I'M 'I NATHAN HI IRN, 1 >.-.... -. ,| To All Cred toi and All Peri Huvii or I 'CIII.IIIII.S Affalnat Said hi lat< i.i. and eai ii "f you, are I and i etiuil ud tu J.I •>• nl .i u> and di ma udi arbioli > ou ( "i ell hoi • • foil maj u.i\ asalnil the i • %  ol \ A I HAN HORN, .1. I hiir .if Dade County, I'H.MXI.I, io tinH W F BI^ANToN, Count) Jud(a ..I Bade County, ami file HoK.IIII. III iiioffice in llu County Courtbouae i 'ount). Floi i.i.i. within eight ntontha from the date ..i ih.i,i-i publication hereof Dajd cialma "i demauda t" contain the legal addraai ..f the claimant and to be worn t" and preaented as ..: :. .-.!..I, or -Miii.. will he haired. I ..,-, So\ iiil.-r Mtll, A.D. 1(51 CLARA lluic.N .uul .MORIUS HORN, An Exeoutora of the Lam Will and Testament of NATHAN HMBN, I^ceaned. KOVNER A: MANMIKIMKK Attorneji for Kxccntora li :"• U 5-11-H V"' Kned 2S Q BEAi'll I.KTTKR' Intend • c*rii I.I [Z "JSLfWdnT ti (Vix 0 t N0T 'CE OF~A7PT; BO1?K : ;-\. filed ROSEDALE ^c^t^t^t •KOSHER STYLE COOKING •PRIVATE DINING ROOM •AIR CONDITIONED 170 N.W. 5th ST. •FREE PARKING 2-9814 Invest Where The Banks Invest DON'T BE A 2>2 PERCENTER Why allow your invested dollar to return 2Vz percent from a bank when with practically the same security your dollar can return up to 2V2 to 3 times as much. INVEST IN WELL SECURED HIGH INTEREST FIRST MORTGAGES LINCOLN MORTGAGE Ca 4th FLOOR. PACIFIC BUILDING — PHONE 3-7565 WHY NOT PHONE OR VISIT US FOR INFORMATION YOU WILL FIND THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION of BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH at MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH 1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATt OF FLORIDA Ti • ILL 'I'" W II' 'M Till M • \ SIIAI.I 1'ti.MI l.Ni; • 1..1 i" %  %  %  %  Kliei Mm I' id N ti vi VI'.-. ...| .1 1. .1 undi r tl • •..,• %  "... ( I'AMI'II %  %  %  1,1 %  with ll I'i in 1 M |.n ll< .1. Ii. I '...I. the SI .! %  • ..t 1 %  • till ,.| 1.! • • r.H • did -.. v %  ... I 1 'haptei In. A' • %  • %  Stall %  %  %  I A |. It NOTICE LNDLR FICTITIOUS HI II.I'll 1 Ml eel Ml. %  %  • IN' UhRH'K .-II U'lltd & KRIEIi V|i|i 1 •" I.11 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNT/, FLORIDA No 27222 RE Ks r.VTE %  .1 JACOB M SEIOENRKRU, NOTICE OF INTENTION TOMAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE N "i'i. :: 1 bj given thai have filed .1 final report and p. '•;' 1 %  1 cu Ex< 11 !•.'•"•,• ''"• I. md thai on the —"' '' %  •' "' I iber, 1911, .• ui appll • %  • the Honorable W V HLANTtIN founts Judge ..f Bade County, JV;" •'• V", '" ', v "' -"•' I ni report and foi final dl l.arg. ... ..,,,, 1 ..-l-.\. 111... ,,r ti,,. C, ,,,,,. ,,( j ., ., .. M KEIIIUNBERO, deeeaaed Tilll!.||, ,1.,, ,,( fj ov ,„,„., .,,. BERTHA KAI I\l \N ISAAC .|..|||ISAAC .i..i-1-i:'" B %  % %  'j Attornej f„ r 1 I 11 %  i. "naSS"!^ iyPOB-t COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA „,. „ No 26486. A RK ESTATE "f HARRY I. WILENSKY. 'NOTICE OF INTENTION TO'MAKF APPLlCATiON FOR F,NAL E DISCHARGE %  'I RRV I. WI I VSKY ": :• 11 .1 %  •.. .. V .I., 1 ,:: md 1.,1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the underalgniil, desiring t.. engage m %  a Ulnl.-r the fiitllioiiN name if HARRY'S SIMHII BERV1CB, at 1 v\ ilath r Street, Miami, Florida, mt.mis t (later aald name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court <•! 1 ..ni.1 ...mt \ Eli 1 Ida Ii kRIli SIS.SKLMAN WILLI \.M I BRENNER i %  11 Koud Hi %  h, 1 .. ii HARRY I. WII.KNSKV. ; RICHARD KRIEtlER KINK""""' v ,, /ol the Eluti of „" %  "•> 1. Wllenak) 11 -• II i-ll-li IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY. FLOHIDA. IN PROBATE No 2J'20-B III Iti ESTATE 'I I.I II NOTICE TO CKfcDITORS I I A i • tl %  uti j 1 of you, 11.1 1 sHiuli • .1 1.. ] i n an) and deina nda which you eithel %  : you, ma) ha\ •• again*! thi il I.' •! IS BEERES, ii• late ..t I Wide Count 1 da. t.. the H W r i'i. \>. 11 IN, • 'ount) .in.tt. ol 11.1 Ii %  1 i lie the 1 %  fli • %  in • hi Count) 1'.. 11 thouae in Dade 1 r eight dati %  •: tl.. hereof. Said cialma 01 di in. 1 n. 11 nuin 1 he Ii n.n ad and to he enti • I Si • %  \ I %  HANME • La • WI %  1 I." BEERES. II I 1 %  • OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE • i E OF FLORIDA %  A'll i.M rilESK I'RBS M 1 SHEET IS • • • that, ; J" 'I I.N .1 I V \ III I! '•' .Ml MI'UtES 11. \ I .KII.III i:\ .MI Ml"l:i..11.\ ; 'K'iE N I 'AVIS MIAMI. I-I.A J'iSEI'll NN1 I.I. \l I V M I I'I \ did uti llu %  da) of September, \ I' 1 •• lu he Incoi pi ated mdei the provlalona of Chaptel HMM, l-a % %  • %  I .... Iila \. ta ..1 Mi, < > %  N NELL INVESTMENT COMPANY, .. %  nrpoi atlon, with Ita prim M-HI plai e ol bualneaa .it Miami, Dade County, in thi State ..r Klorlda, and wherean the %  torkholdem ..f iurh .-"ri it Ion old on the I'.MII da) <•! November, A l> II-v. 1 'auae ii. % %  filed In the offi 1 tin s. .•,• %  ... State "f the stati ol Klorlda .1 Conaenl ..r all the tn kholdem under the provlaloni >l nald Chapter looM, Lawi ..r Klorlda. AcU ol !! %  :'., Bhowing the .IISM.II n %  >f ueh corporation, ami the Bacratar) ol St.ii,|a natiafled tli.it the n^iulrementa of law have been eompllad with IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto eat 01) lutud ami have ..ir,..i the Oroal Baal ..f the state of Florida, .. 1 rallahaaaee, the Ca|iital. thin the itth d.i> of November, A 1 • 1 :>:.:? U A ORAT, fBBA] BaoreUn % %  state. II 28 .2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 29113-B NOTICE OF PROBATE IN RE KSTATE OK III.I.I:\ SCHWARTZ. THE STATE OF FLORIDA-' "•ALL I'EKSiiNS INTERESTED IN |. N ... EHTATE "!•' SAID DECED\ hereb) notified 1h.1t a • i • p uortli 1 to be and teaUment -.f wild idmltted t.. 1 %  hei. b) ..in1 month* %  dat, ,,. ,,,,. f ,,., ,,„!,, ,.,,„,„ 1 Courl ... ...11. hv i Court in kdmlttlna aald ,ii t„ probate ahould not MJUM .. ..I 1 I! WK' 1: I111W I.IM;. Count) .1 "J IENN1B I. DLANTON Clerk %  ''•SEPH W \l VI IK tn AIn K.I AU> II S-I1-II •'. "ii lav s 1 0H0, In 11 1...1 :., I... 1 ouni1 The %  dei ii.. 1 tlflcate -'..,11 |„. '"•w. tax.I | W | the Kth da) 0! 1,' '• %  I I.EATH • lerk ol Circrt I".ICounty 'Uti S-al) Hy \ r 1 11 u < .. D ?P ut >" c; II 14.", .';_ (Circuit C NOTICE UNDER NAME LAW .NOTICE is HEREBYd the underalaned, dMikaal hilslii,-. mi |,.| n QARDNAK MC|.I..VT 08 CLEAN I.Mi Street J I IRW1X RHEINI %  SIMI 1 M I I J> IN THI CC NTV : ~ IN AND FOR 03ECOta FLORIDA. IN ==051 \o. Xiiii Mill NOTICE TO CKES'-al Tu v %  : ii], i .-> %  %  : %  %  ... • ...... I'olll I htdi i I > 1 %  %  > %  '*1 %  -. I NOTICE LNDER FlCTIT IE LAW Ni • • I I VI FIAR NOTICE LNDER FlC 1 NAME LAW NOTICE %  in ; the III..I%  Ulle'l. '' %  •I VN 111 • > v 1 With Ihi JJ'Jii JOSEPH R fl MILTON A rmiHMJtf v,,..... fn AW Xe\li"l'l Itl'llf .. II !S IS S-lS- -J IN THE NAME AND> 3 T..ALLT,?WH,.Sfl BNTP .SIIAI-Il MI| T N H AS WAI.TKII ^sjrAa ,„,,,,: "jgsrm Klorldi. \ %  %  .;'. ',' DIE VJ III i"ii off,.' %  r %  II A "g>f'| fSRAI j



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NOVEMBER 28. 1952 -knlstrivrHtor) PAGE 15 [LEGAL NOTICE E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l~ HKKEHY UIVKN that Kifin-I. desiring to engage In iniHiT the fictitious name of iv |: A S K M K NT" an .1 i-KIN TING SERVICE 1 Y MAIL-oRI>KH>. at SS2 |\'| ulcira, Coral Gables, infreglster said name with the I n„. Circuit Court of Dade ,0r,da K. J. HEALHY 12 JcOUNTV JUDGES' COURT K,l ^OR DADE COUNTY. %  "jRIDA. IN PROBATE NO 29113-B .-I'ATK OF fc SCHWARTZ. Deceased v.ntors and All 1'ersuns llavlnig or Demands Against ml each of you. ale hereby lulred to present any bou, or \.,i, III. iv hav.against the IIKI.KN SCHWARTZ, dcIt,of l>urte County, Morldn. miorable County Judge* of |int>. and file the same In £e< in the County Courthouse K.untv. Florida, within eight Eimnthx from the' date of the lii.itioii hereof. ,8nld claims Is t.. contain the legal nd[|i,. t.iimant and to be sworn ii..seated as aforesaid? or be haired. love'iibe19th. A.I>. 1952. IILPH MENDKI, Executor of the IMXI Will B ,,l I',--lament of IKI.KN SCHWARTZ, deceased. W HALEK bin Road •.nil. Florida If. r A lolph Mendel. Executor LEGAL NOTICE ICE TO CREDITORS [COUNTY JUDGES' COURT |C FOR DADE COUNTY, iRIDA IN PROBATE. NO 28119.B \TI: i IE SUGARMAN, I leceasetl i %  -. • % %  ~ md All Persons Hat I Demanda Against [i %  Id h ,,f you, are hereby i ilred to present any i uds which you, or you, may have against the JHKNICY I. KI'QARMAN, deIt. %  Dade County, Florida, .' ible Count) Judges of ind file the same in i 'ounty Courthouse intv, Florida, within elfthl from the date of the • hereof. Said claims B in tain the legal ad. I ilmanl and to lie w orn is afoi eaald, or s.i me fried 17. A.D. 1952. 1 : DE SUGARMAN >,lu in -'r.iii i\ C.T.A. DBN !:-'.ii. ..f | %  11 I SUGARMAN. 11,-, eased. SILVER A MII.LoY C.T.A. DBN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF EL A V s E r, NT ^ U S IC,A 'CTRCUIT*IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 15466 7 HKNDKiK JOHANNB8 SWARTJE8 vs I'l.iliitiff, HELEN BLBSABBTB SWAHTJES NOTICE BY PUBLICATION""''' HELEN KI.IZAIIKTII SWAKTJKS. Elizabeth, N,W .r,.,„... „t i'"m, r 'i'i l "i le !' y notified that a Hill of ompialnt for Divorce has I n %  lulled to serve a copy of your Answer or Heading to ,'n,. I-„I", ,„' ,,,„". t 1 ." 11 ", ,on KOVNER ft MANNHEIMBK, I. Lincoln Road, and file tho original Amwtr or Pleading m the office of the cieik of the circuit court on or before December 19 rev ir you fail t„ do so, judgment by default will lie taken against vou for the relief demand.-,I in the lllll ,,f ('ompialnt. IX >NL' AND ORDERED at Miami. A r. i"v av "' N Vrmoer E. B. I.KATHF.RMAN. o. .> ( lerk of ,1 "' frcult Court \OCHl) By! R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk KOVNER MAN.N'HKIMER Attorneys for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida I1/21-2K —. iz/j-iz IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154498 HENRY F. JOHNSON. Plaintiff ETTA MAE JOHNSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON T'i Uranner Avenue, PTlchard, Alabama > !" are hereby notified that a P.ill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy' of your answer or pleading t.. the Dill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney, RICHARD K. 8HEPARD, (200 Wesl Flagler Street. Miami, and file the original answer or pleading in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or ln-fore the 13th day of December, !: %  :' If you fail to do so, judgment b) default will be taken against vou fur the relief demanded ill the Hill of complaint. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. I ;.n Ida, iliis. l :tii da) ol November, A.D. 1952, E. P. LEATHERMAN, %  lei k .,r the Circuit %  "..nit B) WM W STOCKING, I 'eputy clerk II 21-28 — 12 :.-ii' ICE BY PUBLICATION [CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IDA IN AND FOR DADE |NTV. IN CHANCERY. No. 154404 K TESTA. Plaintiff, RSTA. Defendant. El'H TESTA • II Avenue Ikh'i New York JIT FOR DIVORCE BSKPII TESTA, are hereby i Bill of Comidalnt for I-.-, II filed against you. eqult'ed to serve a copy Hi I • -r Pleading to the ilalnt on the plaintiff's ESSEN, B4Q US Miami, Florida, and Answer or Pleading the clerk of the Ctrl' before the lOih day %  :'. If you fail to do default will be taken for the relief demanded Complaint. shall be published once foui consecutive weeks I ISH 1-l.oRIHfAN. l-\\ii iRDERED at Miami. |hiI "lb day of November, 1 B LEATHERMAN, •'lerk, Circuit Court. Bade County, Florida '11 Seal) llj WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy' Clerk If'" Plaintiff |M Bldg. |<" nil, p l/S HEN B P ii ICE BY PUBUICATION KIRCUIT COURT OF THE "TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF |DA IN AND FOR DADE 'TY. IN CHANCERY. No. 153725-J KIXl; DAWSON. Plaintiff, ROIL I'.WVSoN'. ,_ Defendant. IT FOR DIVORCE "•> I'KCIL DAWSON -I Sir, i L Virginia SMIY ii:ci|, DAWSON, are "ed that a Dill of Com"' Divorce lias been filed and ^Hi are required to • Answer or Pleadof Complain) on tin"V v GEORGE .1 TAI,' Ii win Road, Miami ''' ,',' and file tb Ig irll I ng in the offli ol i nil Coin! on III i iv of December, 1952. Judgment by de'" ik. .ikMiiist you for • Ii ii in the BUI of i publlahed once k. consecutive weeks li I Kl.oRIDIAN E 'RDERRD at Miami, ly ..f November, '' [) WEATHERMAN, circuit Court, i" County, Morida. L 1 -AMANOfr, Daq, L ,'U:ntlff %  'i Road 'h. Florida II I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LA SAL TOYS, al 7933 N. E. Ind Ave Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk ..i the Circuit Court "I Dad.County, Florida, LAWRENCE A SALLY WEXLER STEPHEN F. KES8LER Attorney for Applicants L'L'IHI w Flagler 81 ll ll-i'i-i's ii<; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of MIDTOWN BARBER SHOP, at 235 llllh St., Miami Beach. Fl.i Intend in register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of bade County, Florida ABE RICH TILLIE Ross HERBERT E, KAt'F'MAN Attorney for Aunllcants t2H flu Pont Bldg. 11/7-14-21-23 NOTICE U.NDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ,-ngag.in business under the fictitious name of LICKY SEVEN BAR. al 143-845 N.W. Ttii Avenue, Miami, Fia.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of Hi.en,uii Courl of Dade county. Florida MEYER SIKCF.L ELI BREOER Attorney for Applicant %  ::,:. Lincoln Road Miami Beach H/21-23 — 12/5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of VOI.INTFKR NEWWPAPBR, at 1ST N K lsl Av.-mic. Miami. Intends to register said name ttitli the erg of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, Almll R L BpjCKBRMAN 11/7-1421-28_ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 154203 THE!.MA ALVINA QTROFFY. Plaintiff, JOHN OYBOFKY, Defen.biui NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN OYROPFY Residence llllknoH II „,,„„r, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce in been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t I" 11 "' Comi,I.unt "n the plaintifl Ml FREItERICK N. RARAD. SMII.... I'II Lincoln Road, Miami Bench, lb" Ida and file the pi giiml Answer or Pie. IR in the office of the il„. Circuit Courl "ii or before tne sro l !,-.. 1952 If >• %  fa" to taken ngnlnsl you for the relief ai manded ... the Bill pi Complaint. Thu potl % %  shall be publish i once k finfour ^nsccutive weeks .„ -in,' JKW1SH FI.OR1DIAN. 'DONE \NI' ORDERED > M ml. ,, this 31st daj of October, A D IM *' K H LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Cln U t '„•"' i..„i,. County, Hg !" 1 B) WM. W STOCKINQ Deputy Clerk FREDERICK N. BARAD Suite 182, 4-0 Lincoln ltd. Miami Beach. Florida Attorney tor Plaintiff U.T-14-I1-M LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that the undesigned, desiring to engag • in i.o.!'. 'f„H". n BI '"•' fictitious name of BROADWAY TAVERN, al 1002 N W lith Ave, Miami, Fia. intends to register said name with the Clerk of Florid' ( '" r "' l>ade Col "">". „..,„„, T HOMAS .I I'oWKRS STEPHEN KESSLKR Attorney for Applicant 22Wi W, Flagler St. 11/7-14-21-:: •; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ,' %  '..."'', ",..".'." I<,r "'" fictitious name of THE DIVE 1N\ PAR. st 177.) N. W. iJth St., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida __,_,, JOSEPH A. MAZER STEPHEN KESSLKR Attorney for Applicant I2H W. Fiaglei St. ll/T-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeiKigncd, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HAROLDS KOSHER RESTAURANT, ?i zl "5,h Street. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. HAROLD I'. DRILL OEOROE .1 TAUANOFF Attorney for Applicant MO Lincoln Road Miami Beach, l-'la. II 14-21-28 — 12 %  :, LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol STERLING APARTMENTS, al 2T. N W. 16th Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to register said n.ime wuh tile Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .' %  ARNETT WAXER RAB WAXEIl WILLIAM I BRENNER Attorney for Applicants 11/21-25 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of COSTA HOTEL AND APARTMENTS, at (8tl Ba; Drive. ..liami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida NATHAN LIPKIND ESTELLE LIPKIND II'21-23 12/5-12 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ORCHIDS GALORE, at 10710 Hiscayne Blvd., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit I'mut of Dade County. Florida. KARL STIMPP ANNE OSWALD STEPHEN r KESSLER Attorney for Applicants 2200 W. Flagler St. 11 21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE N'ooK, at 214 W. Flagler Street, Miami intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK UOEBEI, JACK E. LEE HENRY NTSSENBAIM Attorney for Applicants. 1041 Styhold Bldg. 11/21-28 — 12/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 154111 SHEILA M. TUCKER, Plaintiff. vs. HARRY TUCKER, Defendant. To HARRY TUCKER Residence: Miami, Florida Present Address: Km 7th Street Brookl) II. New Y'irk You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and t., file th Iglnal .u.sw.r in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 12th day of December, A.D, 1952; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as i i in I e-seil 1>\ \ %  ill Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th day of November, 1952, E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal I B) WM, W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk Name and Address ,.f Plaintiff's Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN 11.2:1 Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida. 11 14-21-28 — 12/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious name of CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO., at Snake Creek and N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fia., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CARL LINDY ,v EDITH LINDY, his wife; MAX DREYER & ANNA DREYER, bis wife: SAMUEL DREYER & ELIZABETH DREYER, his wife GEORGE -l TAUANOFF At tome} for Applicants 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 11 21-28 — 12 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of B & W SUNDRY, at *IIO W. Flagler S; Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, hlorida. WALTER .1. FLAOG ROBERT W. KELLY STEPHEN F. KKSSLKK Alto, nil for Applicants 2200 W, Flagler St. 11/7-14-81-28 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 154582 ALOIS HRUBY, Plaintiff. vs. ETHEL HRUBY, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE in. ETHEL HRUBY :o-l7 115th Street Rll 1.1110nil lllll Uuei ns County. New > orlt You, ETHEL HRUBY, are hereby tifled th.it a Bill ol Complaint f" 1 Im e 1.is been filed agalnsl .,,,,1 you are required to serve a ropy ,1 v.. ir Answer 0 PI< : '' %  %  to : T. ,.„,*. GEORGE J TALIANOFF, 120 I ,„ n Road, M mil Beach, I and file Hi 'Ut Al swei Ing In !!..' office ol I en, aii Court on %  .. "• • •: %  he • das of !'• ember, 19 I ">u fall to judgment bj detail taken against N"" for the r. Ilel demanded In the Bill of %  '""i' 1 -;'" • This notii %  shall be published once ,,,. 1, week for f-'an %  weeks in Till' JEWISH FLOR1D1AN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. I :,.,',.,. this !7th day nf November, AD. INI H g I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Honda .Circuit Court Seal) JR Deputy Clerk 11/21-28 12/5-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. NO. 29088 In Re: ESTATE OF ANNA SCUARMAN. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: Y'ou. 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 01 ANNA SUUARMAN. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the HON W. F. BL ANTON or FRANK B. DOWLING. Countv Judges of Dade County, and file the same in bis office In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of tHfe ISM Probate Act. Date November 17. A.D. IH.".2. GERTRUDE SUGARMAN, As Administratrix of the Estate of ANNA SUGARMAN, Deceased BALLOT. SILVER ft Ml'l.l.ov Attorneys for Administratrix 11 21 -28 12 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS TlEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EAST GABLES PRIVATE SCHOOL at 3398 s W. 22nd St., Miami, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade Countv. Florida. LOUIS T. WALLIS STEPHEN I' KESSLER Attorney for Applicant 22.li. W. Flagler str.-ei ill 1-21-21 — 12 ". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l.s HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JEAN and FRANK'S WEE WASH IT, at 5'.i.',2 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK GUNSBERO JAY I. COHEN Attorney for Frank Uunsherg 11/21-28 I2'5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage :n business under the fictitious name of SUNSHINE TOURS AND BUNRAY TOI'RS, at 229 N. K. 1st Avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BOLANA TRAVEL COM CANY. Inc. ELI BREGER Attorney for Applicant ttS Lincoln Road 11/21-28 — 12'5-I2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 11 business under the fictitious name of LAKESHORE APARTMENTS, al •: 4". w.st 48th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ETHEL REALTY CO., INC. By: William Fislu-i President MYERS, HKI.MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 11 I 1-21-28 — 12 .' %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A U 'I'll. >K I ZE D WESTINGHl (USE LAUNDROMAT EQUIPPED HALF HOUR LAUNDRY, at 441 S. W. Sth St.. Miami. 1-loii.la, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cult of Dade Count)', Florida. EI.IAS SCIUI.MAN FREDERICK N. BARAD Attorney for Ellas Schulman 11 14-21-28 — 12 5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA JUICE & %  SYRI'P CO., at 21S N. W. 27th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da la Countv. Florida. I LORIDA JUICE, INC a Florida corporation ci lURSHON \COURSHON Attorneys for Florida Juice. Inc. 11 21-28 — 1 2/ %  % %  I2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 154570 MURIEL SELTZER, Plaintiff JOSEPH JACOB SELTZER, I i.-i.-iid inl ; Tl l: JOSEPH JACi >B SELTZER i Palisade Avenue Wesl New York. New .!< —•; You are requli etl to serve a copj >f your answer to the Bill of Con : for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in th" office of the clerk of the Clrcull Courl on or before the 17th day of ber, A D. 1952: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as onfessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 17th 1l.1v of November, 1952, K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Curt Seal) By: WM. W, STOCKIN I, I 1. uty Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MILTON A FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Bldg, Ploi Ida 11 21-28 12/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ... business under the fictitious name of ZUBA MFG AND SALES CO. (NOT INC.), .it 1409 N. W. Tilth St., Miami. Fia., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOE 8ZUBA STEPHEN F. KKSSI.ER v 'or Apolicant 2200 W. Flagler St. 11/7-14-21-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GRACE HAIR STYLIST, at 1201 l.th Street. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. URACE LEVENSON Sole Owner MANUEL Ll'BEi. Attorney for Applicant Lawyers Bldg 22S N. E. 2nd Ave. 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan 1 THE GIFT BOWL, at 657 Lincoln 1: I, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reglstei said name with the clerk Cli dt Court of I '.uii' Countv. H """ : THE FRUIT BOWL..INC. GEORGE -1 TALIANOFI AH .. ne> :'". Vppl rani 12 1. I. oln Road v Beach. Florida 12 '.-12 IN THE c:nc.jiT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Cause Numbered 154297 FRANK RUBIN, Plaintiff. vs. LENA RUBIN. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LENA RUBIN 2301 N. 52nd street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania You are hereby notified that .. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IME 26-Number 48
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1952
PRICE: TEN CENTS
EDS UNLEASH ANTI-SEMITISM
ndidates Vie
For 1st ael Chief
(ion Supports
tc Ben Zvi
L'SALEM (JTA) Israel's
nt will meet on Deeem-
to elect the Jewish
cond President and suc-
tn the late Dr. Chaim
arm. Under Israel law, the
must be held within 30
the office's becoming va-
|iul election is by majority
the Knesset.
fiew of the refusal of Pro-
Albcrt Einstein to accept
atmn t<> the Presidency, it
clear this week that the
President of Israel would
Israel citizen and resident
country, rather than an
iiimn personality invited
Ibroad.
dilations for the presidency
^today, and there is strong
that the choke will lie be-
Jcsef Sprinzak, speaker of
esset, and Isaac Ben Zvi,
nan of the Jewish National
HI, the supreme representa-
ioi 1 y of the Yishub under the
Mandate. Both are mem-
3f the Mapai Party.
tie was a possibility, how-
t the Mapai, in view of
p I tical situation and the
of reconstructing the
ment coalition, would not
id a Mapai candidate in
iterests of harmony.
|e leftwing Mapam Party has
nomina'.ed another Zionist vet-
eran. Dr. Itzhak Gruenbaum, who
served as Interior Minister in the
Provisional Government. The
Miziachi Workers have indicated
their intention to nominate Dr.
Aaron Barlh, and the Mizrachi
will nominate Dr. Mordecai
Nuiuk, Minister of Posts, Tele-
phones and Telegraph.
Also named by the press here
as potential choices for the Presi-
dency were Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, chairman of the Jewish
Agency Executive, and Chief
Rabbi Isaac Herzog.
Sprinzak, who has served as
Acting President of Israel for
most of the past year, gained
wide note by his adroit handling
of the Knesset from the Speak-
er's chair. There is strong feeling
in some Mapai circles that the
situation requires retention of
Sprinzak in that key post.
Both Premier David Ben-
Gurion and Foreign Minister
Moshe Sharett were reported to
be supporting the candidacy of
Ben Zvi. One reason was said to
be their desire to avoid further
complications involved in election
of a new Speaker should Sprin-
zak be elevated to the Presi-
dency.
It was disclosed last week that
Premier Ben-Gurion had sought
to find out whether Professor Al-
bert Einstein would accept the
position if it were offered him
by the Knesset.
Soviet Outburst Is Seen As Disguise For Commy
Defense; World Zionism Charged With Corspiracy
VIENNA (JTA)Jews in countries behind the Iron Curtain are reported to be in mortal fear of
increased anti-Jewish propaganda as a result of the trial of 14 former Communist leader in Prague,
which is looked upon by the non-Jewish populat on in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Rumania and other
Soviet-dominated countries as official Soviet sane.ion of an outspoken anti-Jewish policy.
Reports reaching here from Soviet satellite countries all indicate that the Jewish populations in
those countries are stunned by the sudden official outburst of anti-Semitism at the Prague trial
where 12 of the 14 defendants are Jews. The general opinion ex-
pressed in these reports is that anti-Semitic elements an all Com-
munist countries have received the green light to indulge in open
anti-Jewish activities under the mask of defending Communism.
Newspapers received here from Czechoslovakia and other So-
viet-dominated countries feature the news of the trial in a manner
which fosters anti-Semitic feelings among the non-Jewish popula-
tion. Radio stations in the Soviet satellite countries similarly inject
strong anti-Jewish note in their broadcast reports of the Prague
tral.
drag in the Joint Distribution
Committee by stating that the
American Jewish relief organiza-
tion "has developed espionage
and sabotage activities." Other
Jewish organizations are charged
with allegedly training saboteurs
and spies against the Soviet re-
gime.
The general tendency in the
press and on the radio in Soviet-
dominated countries is to dis-
credit the Jews in the eyes of
the local population by linking
them with "Zionist conspirators"
and "American agents". Testi-
mony at the trial to this effect
by Rudolf Slansky, Bendrich Ge-
minder, Arthur London, Andre
Simon and other defendants, who
"confessed" alleged ties with Is-
ealis and American Jews, are
quoted at great length.
The Prague radio played up
testimony early thi.; week by An-
dre Simon, former editor of the
Czech Communist Party newspa-
per Rude Pravo, who was indict-
ed as a Zionist and a spy. The
broadcast quoted him as testify-
ing that he collaborated with an
American Jewish radio corre-
spondent who told him that "it
was the duty of every Jew to
support the policy of the United
States even if he did not agree
with it."
Czechoslovak newspapers
reaching here from Prague also
The Prague radio, reporting in
detail the testimony this week-
end of Rudolf Slansky, former
Secretary General of the Czech
Communist Party, who "con-
fessed" that he was a "Jewish
capitalist," an agent of "interna-
tional Jewish conspiracy" and
that he was protecting "Zionist
conspirators," quotes him as stat-
ing in court:
"I deliberately shielded the
Zionist conspirators by abusing
the campaign against so-called
anti-Semitism, by proposing that
a campaign be waged against
anti-Semitism, by magnifying the
danger of anti-Semitism and by
proposing various measures
against anti-Semitism such as the
writing of articles, the publica-
tion of pamphlets, the holding of
lectures and so forth.
"I criminally prevented the
waging of a campaign against
Zionism and the revelation of the
hostile character of Zionist ideol-
ogy and the unmasking of the
hostile activity of Zionists and
Zionist organizations. I deliber-
ately shielded Zionism by pub-
licly speaking out against the
people who pointed to the hos-
tile activities of Zionists and by
describing these people as anti-
Semitesjust as did my collabor-
atorsso that these people were
in the end prosecuted and perse-
cuted."
ose Named Bond Chairman
Hose, prominent Miami
th hotel owner and civic
er, early this week accepted
chairmanship of the 1952-
Ronds for Israel Campaign
i' Greater Miami area,
accepting the position, Rose
Bed that this year's cam-
in, with a goal of $1,000,000 in
sales, would be reached.
urt'ner assure the success of
drive, he immediately ap-
ted Joseph Cherner, Miami
ch, to the post of Grand Mar-
1 BIG Day which has been
cially proclaimed for Sun-
December 14th.
The need for the money
light by the sale of Bonds for
i i ;iter now than at any
' in the short history of that
inti-y." declared Rose. "Our
igutions are recognizable. We
ide a tremendous rcscr-
'"' ; strength and confidence
r I rael. By purchasing these
i; ii-is, we do not extend
a people who seek sus-
1 but in the place of char-
exti nd the power to main
uffioient
I is constantly expand
affirmed, "and in that
l' i n, bend i| ceeds art
'. ;n extremely important
cannot fail them."
1 I has been active in
i, is a former presi
iml B' h Jew*
ish Center, a member of the
Mahi Temple, Elks, B'nai B'rith,
Director of the Mount Sinai Hos-
pital and a life member of the
Syracuse, New York, Masonic
Lodge. He has also been an ard-
ent Zionist leader.
Following his acceptance. Rose
appointed several prominent Mi-
ami and Miami Beach civic lead-
ers to his inner council of opera-
tion. Acting as his associate
chairman for BIG Day will be
Fred Jonas. Ben Myers was
i-
Vi<
I"
joe Rose
Arabs Seek Conciliation
Commission Expansion
Demand Internationalization Of Jerusalem
TEL AVIV (JTA)Israel this week rejected a new Arab demand
for enlargement of the Palestine Conciliation Commission and for
reaffirmation by the United Nations General Assembly of the com-
mission's role in promoting repatriation of Palestine Arab refugees.
The Arab move and the Israel reply came during a week marked
by many developments in Arab-Israel relations and renewed re-
re ports that President-elect
Dwight D. Eisenhower would
take active steps to promote
peace in the Middle East.
The Arab states had circulated
a resolution in the General As-
sembly calling for increase in the
Palestine Conciliation Commis-
sion from three states to seven,
return of its headquarters to
Jerusalem and reaffirmation by
the UN that the commission's
primary task was the repatriation
of the Arab refugees.
The Israel Government, in a
comment here on tkis resolution,
said enlargement would "affect
the Commission's efficiency." Its
spokesman said the Arab demand
J for repatriation wjf unrcaiistic
and that the UN, the Arab coun-
tries and the refugees themselves
named along with Leo Eisen-
stein, Seymour Liebman, Mrs.
Harry Gersten, Stanley Gettis,
Saul Genet, Dr. Morris Good-
man, Fred Shochet and Judge
Louie Bandel.
The first major project of the
new campaign will be the mar-
shalling of 1,000 volunteer work-
ers for the sale of Bonds on BIG
Day. The initial meeting of lead-
ers on this project will be held
at the Royal Palm Hotel, Sunday
morning, November 30th.
Under the direction of Cam-
paign Chairman Rose and BIG
Day Grand Marshal Cherner, the
group will be given their initial
instructions for the day. Their
goal is the sale of a quarter of a
million dollars in Israel Bonds.
An additional drive will also
be made to recruit an increased
number of volunteer workers for ] knew that repatriation was "
December 14th. Plans are being poggible."
made for the "army" of volun-
teers of 1,000 men and women to
call on 10,000 families in the
Greater Miami area.
Among those who have been
instrumental in planning the
drive for volunteer workers are
Women's Division Chairman Mrs.
Harry Gersten, Deputy Marshal
Seymour Liebman, Associate
hairman Fred Jonas and Co-
.rdinators Saul Genet. Mrs.
Charlotte Shalom and Judge
Louie Bandel.
The Arab States, in their reso-
lution, also called for a new at-
tempt to internationalize the city
.if Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, as United States
Ambassador Monnet B. Davis set
out from here on a "personal"
tour of the Arab States, whicr
the Hebrew press here immedi-
ately linked with repoits of ncv\
American attempts to bring abou'
a peace agreement in the Mid-
dle East. Egypt's Foreign Minis
ter, Ahmed Farrag, told the UN
there could be no prospect of
peace until Israel carried out past
UN decisions on the Palestine
problem. Among these, he listed
repatriation of Arab refugees and
payment of compensation to those
who had left their homes.
A further complication in
Arab-Israel relations arose this
week when it was revealed that
the Egyptians, after som e ten
months of an unofficial truce in
the halting and seizure of Israel-
bound vessels and cargoes, had
confiscated on October 31st, a
shipment of 100 tons of frozen
meat consigned for Israel aboard
a Norwegian freighter at the Port
Said end of the Suez Canal.
It is understood that the Nor-
wegian Government will lodge a
protest over the interference with
i Norwegian vessel.
Egypt's position on the Suez
Canal blockade was, meanwhile,
defended at the United Nations
when Ahmed Farrag told a UN
Correspondents A s s o c i a tion
luncheon that Efiyot had not
obeyed the Security resolution on
the Suez Caral blockade because
Israel had not carried out the
other UN resolutions on Pales-
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f F Assembly
irses NCRAC
itions Stand
TON (JTA) A resolu-
Jaffirming the objectives
Bound] of Jewish Federa-
Welfare Funds with
to coordination in the
Jewish community rela-
knd endorsing the action
[l the Atlantic City picn-
ic National Community
Advisory Council last
Ibcr. was adopted here at
L hiding session of the 21st
II Assembly of the Council
fish Federations and Wel-
inds.
objectives were: Con-
reassessment of corn-
relations programs; in-
planning, including log-
practical division of la-
rengthening of NCRAC as
trument of voluntary co-
lon; and an improved sys-
financing related to eval-
| of the needs of the entire
resolution further urged
nerican Jewish Committee
he B'nai B'rith Anti-Defa-
League to "rejoin the co-
-e process which is the
," and instructed the
National-Local Relations
tee or a special committee
\rk with all of the national
and the NCRAC for the
klishment of full coopera-
yitliin the framework" of
lectives outlined in the
! Emphasis was placed
i the door open for ef-
ing about such reaffil-
" hall in no way involve
Bsion by NCRAC or the
bn of the NCRAC as an
till iii. in body or infringe
[the autonomy of NCRAC
gi ncies or their right
:it." the resolution declar-
also stated that agencies
in the minority should
Ithe right to act on their
li ions.
fWF Raises
),000,000 During
P-1952 Period
rON >JTA) More than
was raised for the
k | another $35,000,000 was
other overseas needs
II 1000 subscribed to
Bond Campaign, Her-
[I. Abeles, chairman of the
Wi -Local Relations Com-
f>. reported this week to the
ii neral Assembly of the
I of Jewish Federations
Velfare Funds.
noted in his report that
10(10.000 in US Government
ps-in-aid went to Israel, as
as a supplementary loan
the Export-Import Bank
B Kift of $23,000,000 of sur-
commodities and Point Four
Inical aid.
|t would have been utterly
ossible to accomplish this
lout a profound dedication to
purposes of this program,
led with the mature local
fining and coordination which
Assembly urged," Mr. Abeles
la red.
Rose, Wolf son
Named To JDC
Joseph M. Rose, proprietor of
the Hotel Royal Palm, of Miami,
and Mitchell Wolfson, of the Wo-
metco' Theater Chain here, have
been named to the Executive
Committee of the Joint Defense
Appeal National Council, it was
announced by Executive Com-
mittee Chairman Paul H. Samp-]
liner, of New York.
The Joint Defense Appeal is
the fund-raising arm of the Am-
erican Jewish Committee and the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, the nation's oldest and;
largest organizations with coor-
dinated programs devoted to com-
batting anti-Semitism and pro-
moting inter-group harmony.
In Miami, JDA is a beneficiary
of the Combined Jewish Appeal. I
Rose is on the executive commit-*'
tee of the Miami Jewish Federa- |
tion and is active in the Israel |
Bond Drive. Wolfson, a member!
of the ADL Advisory Board, is
past president of the Independent
Theater Owners.
Tifereth Israel Meeting
Members of Tifereth Israel
Northside Center will meet on
Monday evening, December 1st,
8:30 p.m.
Mayor Henry Milander (seated) of Hialeah, signs a proclamation which decreed last Novem-
ber 19th, as B'nai B'rith Day in Hialeah. Viewing the signing are (left to right) Mrs. Ruth Rain-
bow, vice president. Flamingo B'nai B'rith Women's Chapter, Hialeah; Jack Kirshbaum, vice
president, Flamingo Lodge No. 1869, B'nai B'rith, Hialeah; Ted Robinson, president. Flamingo
Lodge, B'nai B'rith; and Mrs. Ted Robinson, president. Flamingo B'nai B'rith Women's Chap-
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+Jen isf fhridtknr
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Floridnn ,it 12t N. E Sixth Street. Miami 18. Florida.
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Offic; ol Miami. Fla., under the Act ot March 3. 1870.
The Jewish Floridian h.is absorbed the Jewish Unity
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LEO MINDLIN .....'............................. News Editor
Suicidal Jitter*
The suicide of Abraham H. Feller, late
general counsel of the United Nations, fol-
lowed closely on the heels of Senator Pat
McCaiTan's most recent "investigations".
Feller is one of the first distinguished vic-
tims to succumb to a severe case of Ameri-
can jitters caused by such inquiries.
We are wholeheartedly in accord with
outrooting Communists from positions of im-
portance in the US Government. But irrespon-
sible action in this regard merely serves to
create unnecessary fear and to implant feel-
ings of distrust toward our public officials.
McCarran has already placed the nation
in a questionable situation with his author-
ship of the disputed Immigration Act sched-
uled for enforcement starting December 24th.
But as chairman of the Internal Security Sub-
Committee investigating UN personnel, he
has outraged still further American dignity
on an international level.
The venerable Senator's underhanded tac-
tics here have amounted to little more than
spying. Not content with tracing down secret
charges of Communist sympathies, he has
called to task UN employees without regard
to their personal freedom and self-respect.
Feller's suicide precipitated, in no small
measure, Secretary General Trygve Lie's sub-
sequent resignation, although the latter in-
sists he has been contemplating retirement
to his Norwegian homeland for a long time.
Tired of defending UN personnel from indis-
criminate smears and exaggerated charges,
Feller took his life.
Whether intentionally or not. American
investigation sprees may be responsible for
dealing irreparable blows to the strength of
the United Nations. It is bitterly humorous
that we permit such activity to continue
especially in the hands of Senator McCarran
whom Europeans and Asians are growing
more and more to despise.
Meanwhile, the carousel of fear and sus-
picion turns swiftly. The Senator and his
henchmen wax fatter as international peace
and security rest in the balance.
BIG Picks Rose
It is gratifying to note the lalest move
made by the Greater Miami Committee for
Bonds of Israel Government. As part of their
vital program here, BIG officials last week
announced the acceptance of Joe Rose as
Committee chairman.
Mr. Rose is a long-time resident in this
area and has been active in both sectarian
and non-sectarian community work. In an
unassuming manner, he has participated dil-
igently in such projects as aiding in the or-
ganization of the Miami Beach Jewish Center
and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
In assuming the position of BIG chairman
here, Mr. Rose takes over at a critical time
in th^ area's campaign. Such bond activities
as BIG Day and th* Rabbi Irving Miller func-
tion, both scheduled for December, await his
leadership.
We are confident the community will rally
behind Mr. Rose and bring to his duties an
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Volume 26 Number 48
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tint Anti-Semitism
Communist confession parties are with us
once more. When the long arm of Moscow's
authority reaches into satellite witness stands
for the purpose of staging three-hour long!
soul cleansing sessions, it is a certain sign
that diplomatic duplicity is in the offing.
Last week, former Foreign Minister of
Czechoslovakia Vlado Clementis eased the
burden of his black conscience by admitting
to a host of sins against Josef Stalin.
Simultaneously, Mordecai Oren, a long-
missing member of Israel's Mapam Party,
was unveiled by the Communists as a star
witness against 14 discreaned rted r'arty
members. Oren had gone to Prague in 195i.
The amazing thing about the trial" is the
fantastic charge concocted by Kremlin strat-
egists that World Jewry is plotting the down-
fall of Communist Czechoslovakia in con-
junction with John Foster Dulles, United States
Secretary of State-elect.
For the first time, Russia has openly shown
its hand regarding its "Jewish policy". Re-
ports have long been reaching the West on
unti-Semitic activities in the USSR. Fellow
travellers here, still adhering to the myth of
Communist humanitarianism, refused to be-
lieve them, manufacturing counter charges
against "Capitalist-created lies".
Now, the record is clear. Of the 14 de-
fendants accused of Party defection, 11 are
Jewish. To boot, Zionism has finally been
pegged by the Reds as the West's bedfellow,
just how different is Moscow from Hitler Ber-
lin?
The Kremlin is undoubtedly disappointed
by Israel's inclination towara freeaom and
Mapam's failure to wrest control of the gov-
ernment from Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion's level-headed, progressive coalition cab-
inet. Having also failed to gain the support
of Czechoslovakia's population, it has joined
both headaches in an anti-Semitic campaign
that only proves disillusioning for Party work-
ers here who must now come up with a new
set of "explanations".
a.
THE MAN WHO MOST PROFOUNDLY INFLUE'lC
art in tli<' mid-nineteenth century was a Gei ue
,i distaste tor what had become uncreal # a
[onus. He regarded with a mixture ol bnd "^
velopment of Italian opera. He could tolerateiilj
ness of its literary texts and the naivete of its aeconin
He thought thai opera ihould not be a passive v*hic|"l*sj
which a singer merely displays personal virluosity w
the ideal of "music drama", where vocalist, music and
assume equal importance. His subsequent production,
plctely his own. Both libretto and score were by hi
he went back to medieval German mythology and
its Gods and heroes. He created for them titanic roles k,
assumed leading positions in more than one opera. ,
he buried the sentimental tone ol melodies directed
taste, introduced the intellectual innovation of recurrim
to symbolise musically past and future situations and ent^T
art form which he knew could not be easily accepted tw
he felt must inevitably triumph over the works of lesser
This man, this egotist, this genius was his own publicist
the world that what he created was good. He i idiculed tl
of his contemporaries. He attacked mercilessly the critics
lot always agree with him, crushing them before the weiiUj
superior judgments. He was an ardent Gem ,m rationalists
ityled aristocrat, a snob, a personally-appointed authority on!
ess subjects that had nothing to do with music or drama, t
uous lover and a moralizcr. He was a vicious anti-Sead
:t is said in some quarters, sprang from pa: t Jewish hnesaj
name was Richard Wagner.
WAGNER'S HEROES ARE LARGELY GOD LIKE nests!
physical superiority who triumph through <\'. :.nl goodnesssa
succumb to destruction because of disobedience. But the til
principles he eulogized is particularly his own and bear? ot^L
dentaJ resemblance to the moral structure displayed in thesw
eases of prevalent world religions. It was natural for the brssj
of Wagner to be original even in this regard
Popularly, Wagner is considered the German ideal 41
old Naxi supermen. Both his music and philosophy seemed si
firm their nationalism and racism. Superficially, this is trjs-jt
one would be hard put to attribute to the composer accefss
of th Third Reich's naive brutality. This egotistical genius
more clever. His own methods are a case in point.
He was the author of a shocking tract on Jews and the
art. In it, he advanced the theory that Jews wire without aRf
and therefore without tradition. Viewing then as parasital
feed on the cultures of other nations, he concluded that thejl
create nothing but distorted re-expressions of ;i world alien to*
Thus, for Wagner, Jewish composers represented a menace to
pean music, and he set about destroying the reputations of all
his reach. His thorny tongue speared Qlacorno Meyerbeer, Jsi
Offenbach and Felix Mendelssohn, among others. In the usa
"God and Beethoven", he paved a trail of Jc w hatred that rtsi
unparalleled in the chronicles of one-man bias campaigns tel
art world.
Philosopher Presidents
In its sudden need for titular leadership,
Israel reached around the world last week
and knocked on the door at 12 Mercer Street,
Princeton, New Jersey.
Through Ambassador to the United States
Abba Eban, the Jewish Govemm it request-
ed Dr. Albert Einstein to fill the office of'PrMi-
dent left vacant following the : nth .> >.
Chaim Weizmann.
The renowned philosopher politely de-
clined. Apart from his advancing age am \
physical infirmities, he indicated in haltic
phrases of his typical humility that he is
tellectually incapable of filling that esteem
position.
"I have always dealt with the world of
objects," Dr. Einstein said, adding that
would hardly know how to enter
delicate relationships existinq
Such is the lack of self-estt m B
en integral part of trul
would be interesting jew.
.. h state's possible
accepted its Preside. \, four si i
of recognition as a f.
nave hud two renowne 1 scia
Dr. Weizmann's ch
two world wars aido Allied
Powers in their victories over lyrani 1 op
pression. Dr. Einstein, as earl, IS 1905
icated theories in the physical ence
radically changed man's con. ...
universe.
Other nations may boast of
whose vested power- lay in ...
aggression and conquest. But bra
an instant in the chronic".
should have had ll
two men who I
dom.
WAGNER'S MUSIC MAY BE LIKENED to an attack H
pendicitis. Many persons are taken up by the sweep of tt*>
man composer's heroic operas as an antidote to excessive fa*
in inferior, melodic works. But once experienced, the flood1
nginality nd Ihi din of his egotistic self-assertions becoaet;
tasteful and are put aside in favor of more satisfying, impfl*
ei intimidated by its noise which scemsf*
f untold peril, Wagner yields to skillful^
Moated, gas-ridde organ is d.scanM*
malcy returns.
Thii d ll "ot rr-ean to imply that h-s music is simple lof"
' : tan scores, like those of most incurable sentim*
y difficult affairs. The University of &
Ud a credible job with some of ft
Sunday night. J;., E rtel extracted an orchestral timbre t
leerd her*. While he ii generally at the mercy of
" id a Ind section, the horns responded admirsbly to huff"
lion. Only or. three o; r. vont did they falter excessively.
the performances of the Tanm**']
iltl .;h both works are hideous musical"
' ..... Die Meis* irt] *;"L
s mg Cycle 1 M un.omiw
. Bittei e up 1 *.
worst | Mien Utoriur
t ii .
'' Ken1
Metropshiar Opera star Helen Traubol sbx Vt'"',0
performer of the evening. For a momeni '
the
Cise. ;-jer initial number. Schmerzcn. we '
.ioaiat I
.rsly*
Irop of a disorgani7ed orchestra that p'.ayeJ in a p"*^
"'ar. eat Mr. Bitter diew his musicians together. '-
tag of the Liebestod vi*d in quality with those ol m*'^
phonir organisalions. While Miss Traucel tlound< ?" iSgAt
>n wretched slide-tor* fashion, retching for clirr.axM (
written notes. Mr. baler and the orchestra sccompSlU"
cellei ntl
' i lin.
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NOVEMBER 23. 1952
5 kmlsti Ifforidliairi
PAGE 5
[wish Floridian Publisher
Announces Staff Appointments
, | K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, e rly this
ally announced the appointn idlin as Nev
i the 25-year-old English-Jewi h newspaper and Milton
Public Relations and Circulation director. Shochet!s an-
, ;ii came on the heels of an editorial decision regarding
iblication development and expansion.
came to The Jewish Floridian in September, 1951, and
I in the capacity of
Jewish Appeal. New York, dur-:
[Editor and columnist until
hi mal report of his office
feek.
[>r to that time, he was a
of the faculty at the
Lrsity of Miami, where for
lyears he taught composi-
Iworld literature and criti-
of the modern novel in the
Leo Mindlin
(rtment of English.
fcdlin holds the AB degree
New York University and
IA degree in the Faculty of
sophy from Columbia Uni-
ity, having been granted
with honors. His advanced
toward the Doctorate was
er Professor William York
all at Columbia.
1945, Mindlin was awarded
membership to Sigma Delta
Icron, national honors society
[distinguished work in liter-
studies and creative writing,
also the recipient of the
ince Francaise Award an-
|y granted an American stud-
by the French Government,
alsam comes to The Jewish
ridi.m from the Greater Mi-
Jewish Federation. With
iv years of organizational ex-
Jence behind him, he was re-
osible for five areas in the
jinx Campaign of the United
ing the period of 1948-1950. In
the summer of 1949, he was sent;
to Sullivan County, New York,
personally to conduct pivotal ac-
tivities there.
In January, 1950, Balsam came
to Miami, where he opened his
own business. One year later, he
joined the Federation staff and
was assigned to its CJA Metro-
politan Campaign. As secretary
of that division for two succes-
sive seasons until his resignation
and appointment at The Jewish
Floridian. he was responsible for
the inclusion and direction of
numerous innovations.
Among them, were the Metro-
politan Caravan during which \
volunteer workers visited local
agencies here, his organization of
the Campaign Cabinet which or-
ganized the volunteers and inte- |
grated them into the local drive
and the issuing of Bagel Invita-
tions to the division's kickoff af-j
fair which attracted national at-
tention.
Balsam will be responsible for
The Jewish Floridian's new pro-
gram designed to reach the
thousands of newcomers here so
that they may be kept abreast
of local, national and interna-
tional events affecting them. He
will also aim at developing a
closer relationship between the
publication and the community
for the purpose of making its
columns truly representative of
current opinion.
In announcing the publication's
staff enlargement, Shochet also
reported further plans concern-
hunuka HUts
'v On Sale
\i North Dade
variety of Chanuka gifts and
can be obtained at the
aica Shop sponsored by the
d of the North Dade
'ish Center.
laire Apfelbaum, chairman,
announced that a supply of
|i lies, Menorahs and other hol-
tty items is on hand. In charge
es is Zelda Cohen.
Messer Reelected
To Accountants' Post
Reelected treasurer of the Flor-
ida Accountants Association is
Max B. Messer, of Miami Beach
Other officers include David L.
Becker, Miami, president; Glenn
A. Bell, St. Petersburg, John Bar-
clay, Jr., Coral Gables, and Hugh
H. Colson, Gainesville, vice presi-
dents; and William Jones, Miami,
secretary.
The officers were chosen dur-
ing a seagoing convention held
aboard the SS Nuevo Domini-
cano.
Milton Balsam
ing editorial change. Among
these will be a gradual re-design
in the newspaper's format. The
first major step in its "new look"
will be made sometime next
month, Shochet said.
Mindlin subsequently indicat-
ed that increasing emphasis
would be placed on syndicated
news columnists, as well as on
general feature material. One
innovation incorporated recently
was the newly composed Jewish
Floridian editorial page.
Stuart Beckerman presents a $1,000 Israel Bond to Temple
Beth Sholom in honor of his Bar Mitzvah last Saturday. Ac-
cepting the bond for the Temple is Leon J. Ell. president.
Looking on are the Bar Mitzvah's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Beckerman; Rabbi Le^n Kronish, spiritual leader; and
Louis J. Krensky, treasurer. Semi-annual interest income horn
the bond will be used to establish the Stuart Beckerman Prize
for excellence in studies to be awarded annually to a student
in the Junior High School Division of the Beth Sholom Relig-
ious School. On maturity, the principal will be used to pur-
chase Torah Scrolls for the Temple's new Sanctuary current-
ly in the planning stages.
Cannon Speaks Here
Circuit Judge-elect Pat Cannon
discussed international relations
at a Miami Beach Masada meet-
ing last night in the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. A graduate of the
University of Miami Law School,
Cannon served four terms in the
United States Congress.
Flagler Plant*
Turkey Trot
The Third Annual Turkey Trot
of the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center will be held
tomorrow evening at 9 p.m.
Samuel Kirschner is in charge
of arrangements, assisted by
Robert Tauber, Sidney Stiller and
Charles Adelman.
In charge of entertainment is
Edward Peyser, assisted by Bud-
dy Logue, and Harry Hirsch.
Highlighted will be a free trip
to Havana for two.
The Women's Group has com-
pleted plans for a series of lunch-
eons to be held during the coming
winter months.
Mrs. Leon Bernard, general
general chairman, will be assisted
by the Mesdames Walter Stewart,
Jack Cohen, Aaron Shapiro and
B. Farberman.
Plans for the New Year's Eve
Party to be held by the Center
have been completed according
to the report of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Stewart, co-chairmen.
The committee consists of Mor-
ton Elterman, Leo Rothsttin, Al
Constantin. Mrs. Ben Clein and
Morty Lebar.
Langwald Heads
New institute
Louis Langwald, communal and
civic leader of Detroit, Michigan,
has been elected president of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
525 78th Street, Miami Beach.
Other officers are Harry Kap-
lan, Mitchel Reiner, Israel Rich-
mand and Irving Pietrack, vice
presidents: Jacob Sapirstein,
treasurer; Emerich Weisz, assis-
tant treasurer; Max Mendelson,
recording secretary; and Harry
Tessler and Solomon Emanuel,
gabaim.
Trustees are Israel Finkelstein,
Harry Rosenthal, David Rosner
and Leo Reinstein.
Beth Tfilah Sisters
Congregation Beth Tfilah Sis-
terhood members wHl hold their
first Get-Together affair of the
season on Sunday evening, 6 p.m..
at the Synagogue.
IN THE MAIL
Editor,
The Jewish Floridian,
Your editorial against Ben-
Gurion in the November 21st is-
sue is only another of the many
tirades against him in The Flor-
idian in recent months.
Judging from the frequency
and the fury of these attacks, it
becomes self-evident that Ye Ed-
itor is very partisan minded and
suffers from a violent phobia for
Ben-Gurion or anything he rep-
resents.
In reading these editorials and
in talking to some few Zionists,
whose chief accomplishment is
paying $5 a year dues, one gets
a feeling that Ben-Gurion is not
so far from wrong in saying that
certain elements are trying to
"smear the Jewish State."
I. S. Shapoff
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Council
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Council Sections
Will Highlight
Overseas Work
Mi s. Robert li idenberg I i
chairman for the ;
I S Uon, National Council
I Jewish Women, has announced
al the December program oi
lie Miami and Miami Beach Di-
ns will be devoted to Coun- I
i il's Shop-A-Box and Overseas
activities.
A dramatic script entitled.
Magic Mission, will be presented I
Mrs. Shenkin Heads
Dora Stein Sisters
The Dora SI >1 ol
the Isi
Mi Nat Shenk ii
Vice president A
Qoldbei. Krs i n
Mrs Nori in ;' i
Othei ffi Me
"Frank Stei
ing secretary; I W
teld. corresponding
Lillian Becker, financial -
taiy: Abe Matersky, trea
Davi Granat, chaplain and par-
liamentarian; and Jack Schwartz.I
Dr. Welzmann
Committee Slates
Memorial Tribute
'I i VVi n ann Mi m Ai
C tti : the
it C um ii
last week at the Mi.inn
: i inity Center to di
before both groups to depict the Bergeant-at-affns.
various phases of Council's broad ------------------------1------
r*SKM.i R h rr Article Hu Rabbi
Ine Miami Beach Division will .-..,.
meet on December 3rd, 1:30 p.m.,' fl Iff Appeal'
the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Mrs.' An artic,e bv Rabbi y^
IlKronbh, spiritual leader of Ten-
pie Beth Sholom. will appear in
the forthcoming issue of Ameri-
Barney
Ship-A-Box chairman of the
Beach Division, is in charge of
the meeting. Narrators for the
program will be Mrs. Herbert
Gutman and Mrs. Harold Turk.
Mrs. Lawrence Adler. Miami
Overseas chairman, is in charge
i : the meeting of the Miami Di-
vision which will be held at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center on
Dei i mber 3rd, at 1:30 p.m. Nar-
ato s of this program will be!
Mrs Larry Zuckerman and Mrs
Nathan D. Hood.
can Judaism, the official maga-
zine of the Reform Jewish move-
ment in the United State-
Entitled. Why Teach Hebrew,
the* Rabbi's contribution is part
Of a symposium by lending edu-
cational authorities on the reas-
ons for the inclusion of the
language in Jewish Religious
School curricula.
Mrs Weinstein
Roth
Dedicate Hillel House
1 nony for the
I .
Sti B'nai B' itl Hillel
. 11

' i Gaim
p
I Prod .,-rsity
I ion Con ttei I
Stati B'nai I
e ol
nts.
Lists I lasses
-< ions .if the Beth David
Nursi l ..in! Kindergarten
are now in .-< I
B Gord n. education.!
I i '
S' n re cond ucted fi om 9
a.m., to 12 i in I fi m 12:30
p.m., to 3 30 p.m., Gordoi
1 I inn from three
ige
for parent- are
scheduled on Sunday morn
10 tn.. at Beth David. C
in Hebn v and Hist'uy aie con-
Louis Gad hi and Rab-
bi Mi x SI pii
CUSS plans for the Dr. Chaim
W izmann Memorial Meeting
scheduled for Wednesday eve-
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Roth, chairman of arrangements,
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PAGE 7
[Plans
lorial Tribute
tim Weizmann Memorial t
[is being planned by the
Miami Jewish National I
louncil, according to an
ement early this week.
'community-wide affair
|beld on Sunday evening,
er 28th, said Leon J. Ell,
of the JNF Special
^ee planning the tribute,
rogram is being prepared
oration with Mendel M.
fexecutive director of the
ijew York, who will come
ake part along with other
participants.
Jewish National Fund in
m has simultaneously an-
plans for a Weizmann
al which is to be known
raar Nassi, or the Weiz-
Forest. which will be an
ling tribute to the father
Mate of Israel.
Jewish organizations will
ited to participate in the
Inn Tribute here.
Irwin Weinstein, presi-
rladassah of Greater Mi-
Uounced that all groups
a.-.-..h meeting on Decem-
will inaugurate the or-
ion's part in the Weiz-
I rest.
Kduals, Synagogues and I
groups have been invited
their tribute to the mem-
the immortal leader by
ip gardens of 100 trees or
if 1.000 trees in the Weiz-
'i rest,
Broward County B'nai B nth Installs New
Officers; Robert Leuthold Is President
BVithnYo!!"h'on,onf <,ff.R'C',S ,,f,,h Br0Ward Counlv ChaPter- B'nal
Aa?UT ins^lled were: President, Robert Leuthold; vice presi-
dent an( Bna. B'nth Young Men's chairman, Bill Mars; AZA chah-
Matr'oss R-n?iaRm:,^na! PP? YoUn Women's <*". Anita
wiaiross, a nai B nth Girls chair-
man, Gerri Lee Smith: treasurer,
Lillian Tankleff; recording secre-
tary, Edith Boren; corresponding
secretary. Sue Colby; seigeants-
Paul Diamond, outgoing presi-
dent, was presented with a past
president's pin by Miss Anna D.
at-arms. Joyce Glantz and Vic j Daniels, Club advisor.
Glaser; chaplain, Richard Axinn.) Other members present were
Milton Friedman, national1! Artnur Siegel, outgoing vice
B'nai Brith Youth Commission-
er and Miami attorney, acted as
installing officer. Vic Glaser was
toastmaster. Richard Axinn de-
livered the opening and closing
prayers.
president; Mrs. Andrea Nelson
Diamond. outgoing treasurer;
Ralph Howell, outgoing sergeat-
at-arms: the Misses Donna Baum,
Sandra Collier, Valerie Gorsen,
Penny Grumet, Greta Hartman,
Sandra Klein, Miette Korda, Em-
ily Rachman. Judy Schwartz and
Sandra Taylor: and Ed Silber-
stein, Monrie Udell and Ira Zof- j
nas.
Beverly Doorkin, of Miami, and
Berna Kardonsky, of Fort Laud-
erdale, were present as guests.
|IT r'lllt|l To
'ii llrrr Soon
Jfirsl winter camp for Jew-
|hi">l children and Young
being sponsored by the
I Jewish Education and
teater Miami Zionist Youth
fission,
Chanuka camp. Camp Da-
located at the Dade Coun-
fk in Kendall, and will be-
December 19th.
five-day camp, through
kber 25th. will feature 120
i Of Jewish Living, with the
therr.e of modern Israel.
Irogram will be both educa-
and recreational ;;nd will
|e (amp life, swimming,
study, discussion sessions.
h lists, games, arts and
dramatics and one hour of
1 instruction in conversa*
ili irew.
Ir.p Darom is limited to boys
lirls between the ages of 10
|2. Registration is being ac-
at the Bureau of Jewish
ation, the Zionist Youth
nission olfice and at all Jew-
chools of Greater Miami.
inuka Is Theme
I Beth David PTA
Imething New In A Chanuka
Itute, will be the theme of
|mxt regular meeting of the
David PTA on Monday
Jng. December 1st, 8 p.m., at
JSynagogue.
ft Rosenkranz will instruct the
fence in the making of Chan-
favors. Mrs. David Parnes
also conduct holiday games
I the festival.
Hovhstein Will
Direet GMJCC
At hi *' tie Program
The appointment of Abraham
Rochstein to his fifth year as.
supervisor of Health and Physical
Education at the Greater MiamiDl'. MichaelsOll
Jewish Community Center. Town ; o IT'
Branch, has been announced byjOpeakS IOH101TOW
Efraim Gale, executive director, j Dr. Donald Michaelson, direc-
Rochstein came to the Greater tor of Hillel House at the Univer-
Miami Jewish Community Center sity of Miami, will be guest
in 1948, from the Port Chester speaker tomorrow evening, 8 p.
Jewish Community Center in m., at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
New York, where he served in j Edward G. Lear, 5825 Alton Road.
the same capacity. Prior to this, Miami Beach,
he taught school with the New j A former Professor of History-
York City Board of Education at the State College of Tennessee
and the Ramaz School in Man-' and at George Peabody Univer- j
hattan, following three and a half sity and past director of Relig-
years of service with the Army ious Education in Nashville. Ten-
nessee. Dr. Michaelson will ad-
i dress the first meeting of the
current season of the Mr. and
Mrs. Club.
The discussion group is part of
the Education Project of the Hen-
rietta Szold Hadassah Chapter.
Convalescent veterans seen above have been "pulling them
in" from waters around Mount Sinai Hospital for the past sev-
en years, starting with the time the hospital functioned under
the auspices of the Veteran's Administration. Brought to the
bridges and grounds of the hospital in station wagons by
members of the Red Cross Motor Corps, these ambulatory
veterans from Pratt General Hospital get their Florida sun-
shine and fun from the angler's sport at least once a week a3
guests of Mount Sinai.
GMJCC Party At
lling Theater
Final plans have been made
for the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center Theater Par- j
ty at the Ring Theater on Tues-
day and Wednesday evenings.
December 2nd and 3rd.
Featured production will be
Brigadoon, the Broadway musical
play.
In charge of tickets is Mrs.
Sally Gainsboro. Mrs. Sylvia
Chcrtkof is general fund raising j
chairman for GMJCC.
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held with children's camps.
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Alianza Inter-Americana, local
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residents are contributing cloth-
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a drive to aid the people of Cuba
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FRIDAY. NQVEM^
..
^ttutlu Jyeufhb.ti
HELEN ALPERT
FOUNDATION FOR CIVIC EDUCATION:
Certainly the mot important civic news of late is the studied
creation of a Greater Miami Foundation that gets right dow to
brass tacks, to get information to "Us the People". Who governs
us. How and Why will he the foundation of the Foundation.
Several hundred interested folk converged on the Colony Res-
taurant in Miami to hear official details of the new organixetion
already sweeping on into a movement for substantial civic knowl-
edge throughout the State. Last Monday evening was actually a
double-feature, bringing thousands of best wishes to Max and
Leah Friedson. pioneers here for community improvement.
Citizenry will get answer to plenty of matters. Already
they've posed such questions as "Who changes my zoning?" .
"What's a variants?" "Who fixes a hole in the street?" .
"What's the City Manager really supposed to do?" .
Max Friedson. who's been cherishing this clearing house in
his mind for two and a half years, is justifiably proud of the doz-
ens of acute authorities who've pledged full support. Subscribers
will receive a publication dedicated to civic content. Editorial
sharpshooter is Joe Snyder, former publisher of the Dallas Journal,
now a Miami resident.
The Foundation was chartered October 8th. On the magnifi-
cent program printed for the Friedson testimonial banquet, you
can read the charter aims for fellow Americans. They're not just
"inspiring" they're also darn practical! That itself is unique!
IN THE MAIL:
Yep, I Mrs. Irving Mathn. Delighted to hear from you at any
-,n! ... Ed Braur. writes that the songwriters'
r.g built by him and Ben Arnold is scheduling a meeting
[in tors this week They've got at least fifty dis-
: ngui : : -: but intend to limit the founding
ttee 1 -trong 10 .
Civ-. ndeed, bounced in from Ca: blue
(thai nn< scrolling I : "" at th< I |
- : ... Cunning are Anyuta Melicov's in-
tched piano .
B'r.a; B ith W mi a I Miami in-
vitation to th< 1 as l< aping ut th< i I
n Sunday visitors ... rTie cold.
FECPLE:
Tony Loeb. the artist-cartoonist, has half a million fervent
acrr.irers in this area end that's the entire Dade County popula-
tion but rone more ardent except me) than WTVJ's special
artist Joe Dancer Jerry Arthur, back from Gotham, is devoting
.-.imaelf to his basic profession accounting .
Exchanging pleasantries the other evening were Max D. Singer
with Dr. Theodore X-ray| Berman. their laughter pulling in Carl
and Mrs. Gardner, and Irv and Hazel Cypen The Peter Hell-
ers' Sunday guest was publisher Fred Shefflin who'd just swung
in from Orlando. Sebring and the coast east) and was enroute to
S:. Pete by way of Key West. Fred publishes a Florida guide !
A G' t Wi 11 Quick to the B< in family. Sniffles
The Nemo kosher dining-
juage you choose, was stymied
night. Span;.--, my dear. The l'espagnol gentleman fin-
id ey ;ng patrons' dishes, pointing his way up and
c. >wn thi enu Staggered "u-. satisfied .
NOTHING BUT TALENT describes, say his friends. Boris
Pritchcr. Boris spent two months hand tailoring the Isaac Gellis
restaurant into a smooth modern setting. Glass doors, kaotty pine.
Florida brick, coral and blue booths total up into a stunning job.
The back wall holds one of the most intriguing murals hereabouts.
Boris even had a hand in this. too. Of course, all this rich talent
isn't too surprising: his polished performances in theatricals
taught him more than a little about scene-designing and back-
ground even for roles where all the actors are silting down
eating!
Lunching there that day were Marcie Liberman. Beach City
Manager Claude A. Renshaw with Morris N. Lipp Simon Rubin
with P. J. Davis and. cozy beside each other. Dr. and Mrs. The-
odore Arvan. Plus others who liked the cole slaw so much they
didn't show their faces for an hour.
VISITORS' LIST:
From Chicago. Rae Holtzberg's arrived I :!h the Alton
R ris, now Chicago's Mrs. Mickey Streller Fresh: nt in
of Miami's School of Business Adminisl Joe S
of West Orange. N.J. Jot's pledging TEP Heart) sale! talk on
i magic was probably given him by his grandmothi M
Fani n, who spent all last m is< n hi re J
tures those Mollie Goldhxrg h ks .
NOTING THAT
Disappointed kids whose Young Judaea camp conclave was
drowned out are getting refunds from Zionist Harry Sonz and
being reminded to join a bigger, zippier one the end of December.
An xpert at straightening out confusions is Mrs. Arnold Kauf-
man, wife of Dr. Kaufman, one of the four Dr. Kaufmans in Great-
er Miami, all of whim spell it the same way. There's Harold S..
Harry. Jack J. and Jacob The Kaufman students al the He-
brew Academy belong to Dr. Harold
Already galloping into January with a lavish convention
group General Electric) at the Latin Quarter is Sieve Travel
Service) Greenwald Before they'd hardly had a moment to
look at it. Sid Moses and Al Infante at the Ryder Rental sold a
Ford fresh in from North Carolina. If business can be this speedy
what a hot season is turning up!
Nothing like optimism
eddinj|
M H Jessica B. Pepper
Miss Pepper Engaged
On Her Birthday
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Pepper.
of 1600 SW 16th Avenue, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Jessica Beverly, on her
birthday, today, November 28th.
to Bruce Bloom, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benn Bloom, 40 SW
30th Road.
Plans are being made for an
early June wedding.
Miss Pi pper was born in Mi-
ll nded Miami Senior High
S I md was an active mem-
ber iif T.iu Alpha Omega Sorority
:e. She is currently a student
, at the University of Miami, where
pledged Delta Phi Epsilon
s r rity Alpha Epsilon Pi
Peach at the University.
Mr. Bl o m attended Admiral
it N ival Academy, SI
burg, Florida, Miami Beach
High S h I, the University of
Florida and the University of
Mi where he is active in Al-
pha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and a
Lieutenant in the Army ROTC.
Mr. Bloom is vice president of
Royal Palm Sportswear here in
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Larry Samson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Kravetz,
728 Meridian Avenue, will
become Bai Mitzvah on Sat-
urday. November 29th. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Irvmg Lehrman will of-
ficiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a
student at Miami Beach High
School, as well as at the Cen-
ter Reliaious School.
Going Formal?
TEMPLE BETH EL (Reformed)
in FORT PIERCE. FLORIDA
has an opening for the services of a Rabbi. The position
would be of particular interest to a semi retired Rabbi
who desires to live in our exlremsly temperate climate.
We are a small but growing Congregation. Kindly state
background and salary.
Siltgen Announce Dorothy's Beta
Bride-Elect Plans On Summer We
The engagement of their
daughter, Dorothy Louise, was
announced early this week by
M and Mrs. William D. Singer,
1822 SW 12th Avenue, Miami.
The uridafiroom-elect is Mar-
vin Luis Jacobs, son of Mr, and
Mr Julius Jacobs, Nashville,
Tcnnc>v
Miss Singer is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, where
she was president of the Tri Beta
Council. Currently in attendance
Bl Vanderbilt University. Nash-
ville, she is president of the Al-
pha Epsilon Phi Sorority Chap-
ter there and secretary of the
Council.
In her Junior year. Miss Singer
is als> a member of the Pan-
Hellenic Council and Athenians,
Junior Honorary Society.
Mr Jacobs graduated from
Hillsboro High School and at-
tended Peabody College in Nash-
ville.
The couple plan a Miami mar-
riage in the summer
Mist Dorothy L. Si
BJff
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Attend Arnold Lm]
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Arnold Ira Levy, son oil
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morning. N ber 2&th, att
Coral Gi. J wish Ceata.
Rabbi .V : 5k p ar.dCa
Irving R I ins n will
The B
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Out-of-t i nflj
the occa Broncrwi
grandmothers, :' Brook!?
York; Ml I Mr*.
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Sandy, of Brooklyn, New VoJ
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+Jewlst nar&Mari
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Harvey L. Farr
incy Fair Bar
tzvah Tomorrow
|arvey Louis Farr, son of Mr.
Mrs Aaron Farr, 934 79th
trace, Miami Beach, will be-
le Bar Mitzvah tomorrow
fninn. November 29th, 10:45
[.. ;.t Temple Beth Sholom.
[iibbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
will officiate.
Bar Mitzvah is an 8th
student at the Nautilus
Irs. Farr is president of thci
pple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. |
I Farr is a director of the Men's .
|b there. Both Mr. and Mrs.!
been active in com-1
:il and civic life in the Great-
rea.
reception will follow the
in the Temple Ban-
I
Re-Schedule Temple
Beth Sholom Bazaar
The Annual Bazaar and Child-
ren s Carnival of the Temple 11, ,h
Sholom Sisterhood has been post-
i poned to December 16th and 17th
lacord.ng to an announcement
i early this week by Mrs. Aaron
Fair, president.
The function was originally
scheduled for December 9th and
10th, and is being postponed so
as not to conflict with the Greater
Miami Memorial Meeting for the
late Dr. Chaim Weizmar.n which
will be held at that time.
According to Mrs. Max Apple-
baum. chairman of the Bazaar,
Lester Hart, well-known auction-
eer here, will conduct the two-
evening sales spree on the 16th
and 17th. She also indicated that
regular afternoon Bazaar show-
ers have been listed for Decem-
ber 3rd and 10th.
Hostesses for last Wednesday's
affair were the Mesdamcs Irving
Marcus, Irving Westin, Chester
Krone, David Denner and Joseph
Shawmut.
PAGE 9
s. Soltz In New York
Irs, Gerald P- Soltz, president
he s uthern Region of Junior
lassah, flew to New York for
(Thanksgiving weekend to at-
the 29th National Conven-
i r organization, held at
Bell, nt Plaza Hotel.
loach High HA
To Inaugurate
New Program
The Miami Beach High School
PTA will inaugurate a new pro-
gram technique at its meeting on
December 2nd, 8 p.m., in the
school auditorium.
Divided grade sections will be
led in discussions by parents,
students and teachers. Discus-
sions will be based on questions
submitted within the theme of:
Facing Life Together.
Presiding at the opening meet-
ing will be Mrs. Leon Ell. The
school band, under Robert Duff,
will render several selections.
Majors for Hebrew Acad-
emy's H-A Day last Tuesday
were Mrs. Roy Sitomer (left)
and Mrs. Samuel Cohen.
They will hold ths same po-
-sitions in the campaign for
the Academy's Pictorial Jour-
nal which will be issued in
conjunction with the Fifth
Annual Dinner on January
4th, at the Miami Beach Aud-
itorium.
Let
Xautilus Dads
Sponsor Films
The Dad's Club of Nautilus
School is sponsoring two movies
at the Carib Theatre on Novem-
ber 30th through December 5th,
for the benefit of the Nautilus
Band Uniform Fund.
Advance tickets are on sale at
the school. The pictures are
Bloodhounds Of Broadway and
It Grows On Trees, starring Irene
Dunne.
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Men Cook Supper
The men of the Women's
Group. Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center, were hosts at
i supper on Sunday evening
which was prepared, cooked and
served by them. Chairman Jack
Cohen was assisted by Alvin
Newman, Aaron Rothman, Mick-
ey Mikles, Morton Lebar, Walter
Stewart, and Aaron Shapiro.
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trath-
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The Bar Mitzvah of Stephen
Peyton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Peyton, 1700 James
Avenue, will take place to-
morrow morning, November
29th, at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. The
Bar Mitzvah is a student at
Miami Beach High School
and the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Religious School.
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The Beach Branch of the
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ity Center is now casting for a
Teenage Chanuka Pageant to be
presented during the holiday
season.
The production will seek to
narrate the tale of the origin of
the ancient festival and will bo
presented in the form of a choral
speaking poem-drama.
In charge of information is Es-
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Robefla Leder, Marvin Mondres Choose
Thanksgiving Day For Wedding Ceremony
Lincoln Manor, Miami Bach, was the setting for the Thanks-
giving Day wedding yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Mondres.
Mrs. Mondres is the former Roberta Clare Leder, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Leder, 2261 SW 24 Avenue. Mr. Mondres is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mondres, 5321 SW 1 Street.
Performing the rites was Rab-
bi Max Shapiro, spirtual leader
of Beth David Synagogue.
The bride, in a chantilly lace
and net wedding gown with a
matching finger-tip veil, was at-
tended by Lynnc Le Vine in blue
and white net as maid ot honor
and by Lois Helen Lewis, wear-
ing aqua net over fuahsia, as ma-
tron of honor.
Ronald LeVine served as best
man for Mr. Mondres. Completing
the hiidal party were Rona Koi-
iin and Barbara Quartin, brides-
raids, with Jeffrey Howard Lew-
is acted as ring bearer.
Following the ceremony was a
iinncr for members of bo.h fam-
ilies. Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Maurice Leder, of Upper
Marlbora, Maryland; Mrs. Harvey
Snobe, of Brooklyn, New York;
Mrs. Mania Schumrr.er. of Ha-
vana, Cuba; and Miss Ida Mon-
dres, Forest Hills, Long Island.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Bcsch High School and is
active locally in social affairs.
Mr. Mondres attended Cornell
University and served in the
Navy. He is now associated with
tne Walter B. Arnold Jr. Agency
of the Aetna Life Insurance Com-
pany.
After a honeymoon through
| Florida, the couple will be at
hon-e at 1250 SW 12th Street.
Mrs. Marvin Mondres
HahWs Sisters
l-lan Razaar
Another in a series of unique
Bazaars will be sponsored by the
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center on Saturday even-
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December 14th, at the Center, 320
Palermo Avenue.
In addition to a variety of new
merchandise offered at bargain
prices, numerous events have also
been scheduled. Merchandise of-
fered will be all new and will
include clothing, jewelry, gifts
and household articles.
The Saturday night program
will feature supper, dancing to
music of a live orchestra and en-
tertainment. The Sunday pro-
gram will present a carnival ded-
icated to children.
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: and former Canadians. A very inter.
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j formed bv leading Canadian residents
: of Florida. Vou are cordially invitd
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60 S.W. 58th Court
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Blackstone Hotel on Sunday ev-
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will go to the Home for the Cere-
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FAGE 10
*Jenislncrldkuri
Greater Miami's
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY *~2 Dire*ory
HEBREW ACADEMY will hold services ..re at 8:30 a.m., when
Friday evening services at 5:15' rjr. shmarvahu T. Swirsky will
p.m. Saturday morning services I discu88. The Drl,,m of The Di-
are scheduled for 9 a.m.. with
Rabbi Alexander Gross officiat-
ing and discussing: Thanksgiv-
ing For What. Guest Cantor Jao-
i b Tambor will render the music-
vine Ladder. A class in Talmud
will be at 3:30 p.m.. conducted
by Rabbi Samuel Krolowitz. A
class in Ethics of the Fathers fol-
i *- uiiiiyvi mil n.nu>l lilt lliu.'iv ... % 4
al portions of the liturgy. Rabbi 'ow ;,t 4:'4 ***** f *
Gross will lead the Sabbath Af- 5, P-m *ith0 *,os S/,ud W
ternoon Post-Graduate Student] cludmg ,he Sabbath. Junior Con-
gregation services are in Veshiva
Hall at 10 a.m.

FL-4GLER-GRA.V.4DA JEW-
ISH COMMUNITY CESTER will
Discussion Group. At 3:30 p.m.,
the Oneg Shabbat for children
will take place under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Alexander Gross. Re- '
freshments will be sponsored by
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Mincha is h->'d Friday evening services
at 5 p.m., with Shalos Seudos Starting on December 5th, ac-
following. fording to Morris Fisher, chair-
man of the Religious Group. Mrs.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL'Aaron Shapiro is secretary. Sat-
.4.YD CONGREGATION will hold "rday morning services ar.
Friday evening services at 5 p.m. >'(i /or 9 am- Daily services are
Saturday morning services are at at :3 :i'"
8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Simon Ap-
nl officiating and discussing: TIFF.RETH ISRAEL NORTH-
i Religi n C inflict With Sci- SIDE CENTER will hold 1
in Mishna is sen- evening services at 8 p.m. Guest
for 4 p.m., with Mincha j speakei wil] be Herman Kutin.
and Maariv following. Satu are
.
ISRAELITE CENTER will hold
at 5:30 NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN-
S ning servi es h >ld Fri I; j i v
Rabbi Ab- servici 15 p.m., with I
j 1 Ettinger and Cant Al-
Dn Min at 5:1 Sub-1
I foil Shalos Seud siject of a I
Jun -..: ered by thi Rabbi is u :u!. d
. n Sat Is The Spirit 01 ksgiv-
nd will in | SI I With Us. An I Ini g
be under I of Andn 5 t will follov Saturdaj
;.:.- ervicei t 9 a.m.
i [Jen
KNESETH ISRAEL CONi
GATlt r TF1LAH CONGREG I at 5 45 p
': evening I rum and servici i I 8:15
Saturday p.m Rabbi Abrahai el will
en it 8 30 a.m., Les in Mi ntal
eph E Rackov- Health and Judaism. Subject of
Is- ture i P ers And Pills.
Al 4 p.m., Cant r Abraham Seil and the
: Israel's I Choir will i hant thi isi por-
14:301 tion thi litui gj Saturday
- t 8 -iii a.m.,
re at 7:3 n thi Bai Mit: Jack
rill take pi Late
ft servici i 4:45 p.m.,
I DA 1 ': ISR IEL HEBREW : by the Sal tl 5
r.YST/T TE j ev- :: u D"liv >'" i are at 8
Aoud.ith Israel Rabbi :-.." Ever, l>J
ihodox .":'. "Mh SI Miami >
. Beth David R ibbl Max Bhaplro,
Con* rvatlv. MS BW .'.'I Ave .
Miami ..
Beth Ei -Di Shmaryahu Bwlraky. Or-
thodox '..... HW l?th Ave Miami
Betn JacobRabbi Moaei Meechelpff,
Orthodox, 301-311 Waah An M B
Beth Shoiom Rabbi Loon Kronln,
Liberal. IHI (TlBae AVO., M
Beth Tfiiah Rabbi Joeeph Rackov.
iky, Orthodox, ''" Euclid Ace., Mi-
ami Beach ,.
Coral Gables- Hal 1.: Mi.nls Sko'. >-'1'-
ml, MO PeJermo Ave., '" 0
Downtown Synagogue OrthOdOS, 13'
Niv Ird Ave Miami
Flafller-Granada SO NW ^!-t l'..i.
Miami
Hebrew Academy Rabbi Alexander
arose. Orthodox, :'l lh St. M.B.
Hialeah-Miami Springs Reverend
I... Hi < E nh Ave., Hiai< ah
Hollywood Rabbi Jacob Honlf. Con-
servative, MM Pol* St., Bonrwood
Itratl'te Center ILiMn Abi.ihain
Sachs, Conservative, JltS BW .' 411>
T. r. Mlsml
i Kneteth Itrael llal.l.i Abraham Ca*
af. Orthodox, 1115 Kurlld Ave..
Ml.i
! Miami Beach--R.iM.| Irvlnf l*hrni.tn.
Conservative, 1701 Wash Ave., M.B.
Miami Hebrew School Rabbi Simon
Am::. Orthodox, :: I SW 13th Ave.,
Miami ,
Monticeiio Park Reverend Jacob
Kati '141h Streel I N E 11th
Avenui N Ih Mia ml !' > h
North Dade Rabbi Harrj Ktlinaer,
PunmrvBtlve 131 1(1 W 1 Hx Hlh-
w \ V h Miami.
North Sho-e K. bl Mayei \
erltx. i'on ItO 75th 81 .
M ..... ''
Temple l/iraei I h Narol Re-
l n I SE mh 81 Ml
Titereth Israel N Miami AVI
Mi..
West Miam Alfred CT > ai
I-..H-. rxatlve, 37JO SW 17th St.,
Young Israel forth K, 1001 Chase
Ave. Miami Bearh
i i: idolf i
11 /. i Ave., Coral

Awakening In Life. An Ones
..i will follow sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs. Isador Berman.
Floral offerings will be by Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Ostrosky in
honoi of the Bar Mitzvah of
their son. Daniel, scheduled
Saturday morning during the I
services .it 9 a.m. Student serv-
ices are at 10:30 a.m.

MONTICELLO PARK CON-
GREGATION will hold Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Reve end Jacob D. Katz will be
guest speaker. Subject of his
discourse is scheduled as A
. Be :omi s A Reality. Sat-
urday morning services are at
9 a.m. iln. ha is at "> p.m., fol-
lowed by sh.il is Seudos and
Maariv.
Obituaries
EDOAR M UORBBR
*::. of Abbotl Avenue, died on
-i Hi la turvlved by
hit brother, Max Remalas were s>-:it
in i '.: umbua < it -. India na, foi > \
Icea ind Inti i men I by the Miami
Beach Riverside
jyraoirwJ
\i;l: Ml \\l KIRSCHENBAUM
SO, of 7340 Hardlna Avenue, died on
Novembei ttrd. He l~ survived I>>
in- Mil.. Lenore; one ton, Edmund
ami three brothers, Irvine*, Joe and
Jack Remains were teni to rle
Vi.ik City fur services and Interment
bj the Miami Beach Rlvendde.
SAMIKI. I(i;i i\V
.".9. of }'**><> w.-.-r Avenue, iiieii on
Sovember t3rd. A resident here foi
th< paal elgrht years, h<- Is survived
b) hit wife, Maye; one eon, hiatvln;
one dauahter, aira, Blaroae Poppers
and Patricia Ann. ins a*randdauahter
ll- also leaves two brother! and five
ilstert Rentaina were senl to Pttta-
burch. Pennsylvania, for sen Icea and
.nt. i in. in b) the Miami Beach River-
tide
vices Sat-
ill be
Evei
' .... En ting A Sai tu
ai I 1:43 p.m.
*
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER wil] hold Fri laj i ven-
arj Satui rninj ervi ing services at B Rabbi i
-*-iil be at 9a.m. Mincha is at 5 Irving Lehrman will officiate
p.m.. followed by Shalos Seudos and discuss: Thanksgiving In A
and Maariv. Daily services are Thankless World. Saturday
; : b 30 a.m.. and a: 5:30 p.m. morning services are at 9 a.m.,
when the Rabbi will hold a dis-
CORAL GABLES JEWISH course on the Weekly Portion.
CENTER will hold Friday even- Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ing services at 8:15 p.m., with I Seymour Peyton, and Larry, son
Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiating i of Mr- and Mrs- Lawrence Krav-
and discussing: The Ladder Of' et7- wlli bfcomt" Bar Mitzvah.
Dreams. Saturday morning serv- Cantr David Silverman will
ices will be at 9 a.m., at which t*nder the musical portions of
time Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,nc I'^urgy. An afternoon Bible j
Henry Levy, will become Bar class ,s Slhedulcd for 4 P "i. fol-
Mitzvah. He will assist in the lowed by Mincha and Shalos
Friday evening and Saturday Seud(,s Daily service., -,re in the
morning services. Subject of a cni'Pcl at 8 "> and at 5:30
discourse to be delivered by the p m
Bar Mitzvah is scheduled as: .
Some Lessons From The Life Of NORTH SHORE JEWISH
Patriarch Jacob. Mr. and Mrs. CENTER will hold Friday even-
Levy will be hosts at both the ing services at 8:15 p.m. Sub-
Friday evening Oneg Shabbat ject of a discourse to be di
and the Saturday morning Kid- etl by Rabbi Meyer Abran. ..-,
dush in honor of their son. Can- is scheduled as: Thanksgiving,
.tor Irving Robinson will render The American Heritage. Cantor
the musical portions of the litur- Edward Klein will chant the lit
gy, assisted by the Center Choir UTgy, assisted by the Center
under the direction of Leon Choir. Saturday morning serv-
Schiff. ices are scheduled fur 845 a.m..
when David, son of Mr. and Mrs
TEMPLE ISRAEL will observe Morris Greenblatt. will become
Couples Limited Sabbath during Ba: Mit/vah. Rabbi Abramowitz
Friday evening services at 8:15 : will discuss the Weekly Portion,
p.m. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will of-' .
ficiate and discuss: Marriages Are BETH DAVID CONGREGA-
Made In Heaven. Bringing greet- TION will hold late Friday ev-
ings will be Dr. Leslie T. Bukstel,, ening services at 8:15 p.m. 'Rab-
in sident of Couples Limited. Al- hi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Lert L. Burrows. Jerome S. Drey- Maurice Mamches will officiate
fuss and Richard H. Pritikin will assisted by the Student
aid in reading the Sabbath pray- under the direction f Mis. Jack
ers. The group will be host at Donnerstag. Guest s:
the Oneg Shabbat following. be Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel and
BETH E L CONGREGATION ( president of the Florida Rabbin-
will hold Friday evening services ical Association. Subject of his
at sundown. Saturday morning discourse is scheduled as: The
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
will ':. i regu i vices Fi i-
day vening at H:l"> p.m., with
Ri rend Rudolf E. Brill of-
ficiating. Arthur Deutsch, chair-
man of the Religious Committee,
will speak on The Wandering
Jew. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Einbinder
will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
following, in honor of their
daughter's birthday.
Services will begin at 9 a.m.,
Saturday. Reverend Brill will
preach on The Weekly Portion.
Joel Gorick. son of Mrs. S. Sob-
in, will become Bar Mitzvah dur-
ing the morning service. Mr.
and Mrs. Sobin will be hosts at
the Kiddush following. Mincha
is at 5:15 p.m.

WEST M/.4M7 JEWISH CEN-
TER will hold Friday evening
services at 530 p.m. Late serv-
ices are scheduled for 8:30 p.m.,
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman uf-
ficiating. A social hour will fol-
low. Saturday morning services
are at 9 a.m., with Junior serv-
ices at 11 ,, m. Afternoon serv-
ices will be at 5 p.m.. followed
by study of the Weekly Portion
and Shalos Seud

YOUNG ISRAEL SYNA-
GOGUE will hold Friday even-
ing services at 5 p.m. Saturday
-l uning services are at 9 a.m.
Mincha is at 5 p.m.. followed by
Shalos Seudos. Daily services are
at 8 a.m.. and at 5 p m
SAMUEL NEWMAN
- at til Meridian Avenue, die November tlrd. He in survtvoid '>
his if.-, i:<#. anil three aou anrl
foui dausrhters. Remains were ent
!.. Cleveland, Ohloi for services and
termeni bj th.- Miami Beach River*
tld<
OSCAR \ I.KSKi i\"SK V
S3, "i I4S3 nw I'Tih Street, passed
iwaj -in Saturday. He la turvlved
b) hit wife, Sarah; i^" sons, Nathan
and Bernard h;s daughter, Mrt Doris
Kaplan; and six grandchildren. !(-
main* tenl to N< Voi k ("Its
aervlcee and mtermenl li> "The
de".
\ i >i.1 !i \ i:ni;i:i.
... ,. S94 NI-: >-ih Street, passed ')
on No> .nil er 19th, al hit realden
ll> t> survived l>y two sisters, Mi
l.ill an ..i/. .ma Mi- i Ht.i Roth; ana
hit neice, Mrt \" i \ [an Roth Rubin
Ri >......in i" i 'olumbut i 'in..
t. Li b) 'Tie
Miami i: li
MAfRICE KISHKIt
. n m Bouh vhi d, .li.-.i on
l- I.. November Sltl He is sui
vlved by his Mifi Minnie; two da iRh
Mrt An I 'oopei. ..f
North Miami l;* u li. a brothel
ler; and four trraiidi hildrei Ri
fi enl Netf rorh I
for i .. i Intel men! by the
. ii 1-' ii.. I Ir.ii...
Hearing 'Wirvntivs
Hevimw At Wemt
Miami I vntvv
Rehearsals are under way for
the Roaring Twenties Revue
which the West Miami Jewish
Center will present on Saturday
and Sunday evenings. December
6th and 7th.
The Revue will feature a chor-
us line, s ings. specialty skits and
a one-act comedy. Blake w. Lid-
die, who directs the Center's!
drama presentations, is in charge I
of arrangements.
Bernard Weiner is chairman of j
the committee sponsoring the af-
fair. Dave Dresner will handle i
ticket sales, with Alex Fogel in
: refreshments.
Malnick Unveilinq
The dedication of
Malnick. forraertv .
; 9th Street. u" > *>
fay. November1 SfeH
the Beth Ja(,,b plulh;f-N
wife, Rae. two son, bU
Onmc. also three ^I^i
Arrangements are^
Palmer's Miami MonunS
pany Friends and relate
asked to be present.
Abliziner Un^ejj^
The dedication of a m_
to the memory 0f the late 1
Abliziner, mother of yj-j
Stone of the Blackstone
Miami Beach, will Ust'ar
Sunday, .November 3oth )3
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery ad
bi Irving Lehrman offiosl
Mrs. Abliziner is survived^*
sons. Hyman and Morns i\
York, four daughters, Mm
Abbey, ol Ni YorkiHaj
Stone. f Miami Beach;--
James Landau and Mr.;. Sa3
Karp. both | New Vork.asi
grandchildn n. A.:.in.e:r.sl
in charge ol Pal J
Monument Compan H
and relative.- are askef |
present.
'
Wilson Unveiling
The dedication of a
to the memory i f the latei
Wilson, : irn erly of 9601
Avenue. Miami Beach, -;l||
place Sunday, N< vemberj
p.m., at Mt Sinai M
Park ( Mrs. Wissl
survived by a daughter. E4
Wilson and a grand ..
Ruth Elkin. ArrangemaSjj
in charge of Palmer1!
Monument Compar
and relatives are asked si
ent.
THE
MAYFAIR ACADEMY
For Little Fclki
e Nur.ery Pre.School
e Kindergarten
;.
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The dedication i: a osa
to the memoi y I lstel|
Rosenlii 11'. f mi rly of
Pennsylvania Avenue, !^
Beach, will take pi M
Miivi : th,
Sinai Mem.hi.
with Rah:.; \ CtH
ficiating. Mr. 1 ;
vived by his wife. S \
n Abrah ]
in charge of P : M
Monument Cumpar.;. BT
and relatives are asked ij
present.
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IY. NOVEMBER 28. 1952
To Convene
.akelcmd
Defamation League cliair-
I unity representa-
\ [hout Florida will con-
New Florida Hotel,
ind, on Sunday, November
I Annual Florida State
,ni >rence.
: attend the Confer-
the Miami area are
] \v Shapiro, Florida State
Chairman, George J. Talian-
(ichard K. Fink, Mr. and
Carl Greenberg, Mrs. Jack
&nd Gilbert J. Balkin, Flor-
)I, director.
|e ADL Chairman Shapiro
feside at the sessions which
begin 9:30 a.m., and con-
5 p.m. Talianoff will
the recent Annual
of the ADL National
lission in Chicago. The Con-
will also receive a report
IDL Director Balkin on the
of current human rela-
rojects under way in the
Regional ADL office.
Kgeof local arrangements
ire Harry Moskovits,
of the B'nai B'rith
|l Lakeland, and Melvin
Chesed Shel Emess
Meet Is Slated Here
Members of the Chesed Shel
Emess Sisterhood will meet on
Monday. December 1st, l p.m., in
Room No. 5, of the Beth F.i Con-
gregation. Scheduled is nomina-
tion of Officers. Presiding will be
Mrs,. Israel Goldberg, president
Jewish Books Aired
A special broadcast on Jew-
ish books will be featured tomor-
row evening, 7 p.m., over radio
station VVKAT. Participating will
be Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
Seymour B. Liebman and Louis
Schwartzman.
fJewistiFkridlian
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MADE
EASY
ho S,!,,T ,", ? """ll,vr '" ser'eK "I lessons in modern conversation,:'. Hebrew which will
ZZ ",'. W, }V The Jcwish Floridi""- The complete series constitutes a course aimed at
hl u V >""d"ment",s "I the language as it is now spoken in Israel and is based r,n a text-
m7'RTeiT. fnX"; bV M'SS Sh"shalla Spector. faculty member at the Hebrew Academy, Mi-
'!",' ,!!;! "'!'.' s"bse''"c"1 lessons will appear here in conjunction with a program over
rfM. ?T"'*< J C" S""d("J-s t 2 P-m. Entitled, Let Us Learn Hebrew, the program is con-
ducted by Miss Spector and is a feature of Jacob Schachlers Jewish Hour. The Jewish Floridian
wm provide the visual aid necessary to participate in the course.
Cm Ana***
SlatP Spocial
* lianukn Affair
A special Chanuka Program I
and celebration will be given at I
the next PTA meeting of the
Town Branch Nursery School,!
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, on Thursday, Decem-
ber 4th, 8 p.m.
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director o| the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will present the work-
shop. The program will include
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of the
West Miami Jewish Center, who
will speak on the significance of
Chanuka.
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will pre-
sent the Song Workshop. Mrs.
Cora Friedman is in charge of the
Home Decoration Workshop.
The day is beautiful
But warm (hot)
Hay-yom ya-feh
'Aval ham
Mosheh, here is the restau- Mo-sheh. hin-neh
*** ham-mis'a-dah
.on ^g
Joint Card Party

DROMEDARY
WES-CHOCOLATE-NUT ROLL
ill! ROLL ORANGE NUT ROLL
The Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women, in conjunction
1 with its four affiliated groups,
will hold a Card Party tomorrow
evening, at the Blaekstone Hotel.
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a substantial mixed salad, and the inevitable portion of herring and water. Eggs, any style.
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the milk, especially in the smaller restaurants. It is not normally pasteurized and often is
served raw.
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Please be seated Be-vak-ka-shah la-she-vet
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Sir?

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FRIDAY. N
Academy Workers
Coni g?i
Folioi : ttjf
: the H
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I Dinner and
H-A
. I Tu ndi
conducted i m
ul Dade County
in o nnection with the Dinner
and J' ur ial heduled for Jan-
uary 4. 19a3. at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
"H-A Day has given us renew-
ed optimism that our goal ol
1.800 persona for the dinner will
achieved." Isidore Goldberg,
lit vice president (if the Academy
said Wednesday. "The funds
which we will obtain through the
d nner and journal will be u
for much-needed scholarship
funds for the current Academy
5 ar."
Charles Fruchtman. Dinner
chairman, stated that, "the all;
i at efforts made by the H-A Day
volunteers was a tribute to the
leadership of the Academy." He
id special thanks to Mrs. Sam-
uel Cohen and Mrs. Hoy Sitom-
er, H-A Day Majors, and to the
iwing Capl tins
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S>,h >':.-i .1 > ,-snwti I.
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H-A Day was launched Mun-'
with a reception at the
erry-Frontenac Hotel. Rabbi
\id Shapiro, chairman of the
[i ibership Committee, served
ter. Rabbi Alexand-
i Gi ss, principal, spoke on be-
. ilf of the students.
Mrs. Sidney Rubinowitz, pres- ,
en1 ( the Hebrew Academy'
men, and Irving Firtel presi-1
nt of the Fathers Club, als > ap-
Cantors Maurice Mam-;
and Berele Kelemer pre-
nted a program of liturgical
. ic
ra Mamches, a Hebrew
n v graduate, -poke on
I T le Hi I rew Academy Has
ne Me
Wlon To Ui'ad
Cancer Instltot*?
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Srandois Chapter, AJC
A Games Party will be given
Bi ndeis I lhapter, Ameri-
an Jewish Congress, at the home
i Mrs. Bea R ibbins, 8200 Haw-
horn< Avenue, on Tuesday, De-
ember 2nd. 3 p.m. Proceeds .ft-
armarked for the L tuise Water-
nan Wi Hostel. Chairwomen
ire Mrs Ray Frank and Mrs '
', Rabbins.
Herzl firoup To
Hear Hill Ha mis
Tin- Herzl Group of Hadassah
cill meet at the Belmar Hotel;
m Monday, December 1st. 12:451
p.m.
Guest speaker will be Bill |
Daily News columnist.
Baggs will discuss the cause of
the demand for reform and the
subsequent gr iwth of profession-
munism.
C irmen will be Mrs. Arnold
S dar and Mrs. Leo Chaikin.
Jewish Book Month will culminate ;n Greater
December 7th, 8 p.m., at me Town branch oi .
The rojlival will feature a symposium r.n Jew
c. Beti Devi Ccig e'-u'icn; D. Debtsky, Yid
p. rn#r, extension director of thp Bureau of J--w
Exhibit C 'he Day front Public library. Right to
Mrs. Joseph D intov. Exhibit chairman; Mrs. H
tion Department; and Louis Schwartzman, e:
ticn srxmeor'na Jewish Boole Month her*.
N^umi wiih a city-wiao r'eettva] on
ht Creater Miami Jewish Community i
h Literature Today, with Rabbi Ma/s
Jish v/riter en current problems; and I
x, r-i,.~a,;on. shown above is the fotf
left are Dr. Frank Sessa. library nJ
elga Eason. head of the library's Aduhl
ecutive director of the Bureau of Jewish l
3\>rm l)an<* At I'i'.h li lirnn*h
The formation of a Square And
R >und Club for dance lovers at
the Beach Branch ol the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Con- j
. been announced by Mrs.1
Le Huberman, Program Council;
chairman
The Club will meet on Wednes-
day evenings at 8 p.m.. under the
leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey I.' e
Mr. Lee is executive director
of the Born Hall Academy and
president of the National Folk
and Square Dance League.
Hebrew School
Mnn*s Chairmen
Committee chairmen of the Mi-
ami Hebrew School and Congre-
gation have received official ap-
pointment, according to an an-
nouncement early this week by
H. M. Drewich, president.
Chairmen include Abe Kaplan.
ii.-hip: Mrs. David Meltzer.
registrar; Mrs. Hershey Glantz.
hospitality; Mrs. Simon April,
sunshine: Edward Becker, parlia-
mentarian; Sam Cohen, social:
Mrs Frederic Rosenthal, Red
Feather; Dave Klcber and Her-
shey Glantz, Purim Ball.
Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, refresh-
in- i.ts: I Goldman. Lachem
Aneym: Abe Kaplan, building;
H. M. Drewich. cemetery: Max
baum, cemetery plots: Joe
Rutansky. insurance: Alex Stahl,
Junior Congregation.
Alex Stahl, house; Henry Wolf-
son, finance; Dave Kleber, educa-
tion ^nd religious: Mrs. Joseph
Schwardron, publicity; and Her-
shey Giant.-, sergeant-at-arms.
Menorah Uroup
fetes fhanuha
The Menorah Group of Hadas-
. .'... hold its next regular
eetii the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center n Monday. December
1st 1:15 p.m.
The program will feature a
.. Ileligl en mony and Chan-
nga Guest speaker for the
.. rnoon will be Mrs. Rosa Felts
. hi will review My Glorious
rothers, a story of the Macca-
. ij I! iward Jost.
.1 Seymour Shulner will
present Youth Aliyah report.
Personally
Speaking
Retui ned h me from the state
Students' Debate Congress in
Tallahassee, where she was a rep-
resentative in the Supreme
' urt, is Miss Barbara Pearl. 1100
SW 23rd Avenue. Miss Pearl also
ittended the Homecoming Dance
and Football game of Florida
State University while '
Hotel Mem
Xante Officer*
New president of the Greater
Miami Hotel Association is Tom
I. Mahoney, of the Strand Hotel
Other off.,vis include H. H.
Harper, of the Towers, 1st vice
president: Ar.hur Adler. of the
Allison. 2nd vice president: James
W. Tinley, of the Everglades, 3rd
vi e president.
J. J, Shi p. rt, of the Leaming-
ton, secretary Otto E. Fishcher,
f th< Be ni, treasurer; and
Murray Deblin, of the N w Pi >n-
i or. sei geant-at-ai ms
Barbara Hphh
in Radio l*tay
Louise Barbara Hess, 11-year-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David A. Hess, 2190 SW 10th
Street. Miami, was chosen to take
the lead in a play over station
WIOD on the Youth Roundup
Speaks program at 6:15 p.m., on
Monday. December 1st.
Ent.tled Homework, th? play
written and directed by Lucille
Grimm, head of the Dramatics
Department of Youth Roundup.
Louise is also appearing in the
Youth Roundup Charity Ice
Show at the Coral Gables Colis-
eum starting today.
Hriaudaan Will Open At i nievvsitu
Riua Theater On Tttestluu Keening
In its last days of rehearsal at through S I u lay, December
the University of Miami's Ring 13th.
Theatre is Brigadoon, the musical r :' G n Bennett is
fantasy ol a JScottish town that "v"'^ <^'"' Brigadoon,
with Al H .chinar: as production
ne day every hundred istan1 MuM ,, direcUon ;s ,)V
Major Robert Crawford, of life
production will op.n on I'M Music School. Chore
i le day, Decembei 2nd. and play phy >.- by Phillis K.,pp.
GMJCC Scl
Annual MeetJ
I The Annual Mectinjr
Greater Miami Jewish i
| ity Centei will take
Tuesday evening, DtwjjtJ
8 p.m., at the Town Bra
torium. 450 SW 16th A
was announced
A
Forest Companions Meet
The local chapter of the Com-
panions of the Forest of America
will meet on Thursday. Decem-
ber 4th. 8 p.m., at the Hotel New
Yorker Guests will be Supreme
Deputy Mrs. Alberta Weeks, of
Sarasota, Florida; and Circle
Physician Dr. A. Nathan Gill-
man, Miami.
Teen \qers Will
Oanee Tomorrow
The Teen Agers of the Beach
Branch. Greater Miami Jewish
Community Centei. will open the
Beaton social activities with a
dance on Saturday evening, No-
vember 29th, at 8:15 p.m.
The Dance Committee, which
is composed of both adults and
teen agers. include Teen Age
Council members Cliff Fried, Ed-
die Moss Teddy Wallman, Len-
nie Hollander and Bob Gross-
In 14. Adults are the Mesdames
Lucy Simkowitz, Mrs Nettie Lef-
kowitz, Mrs. Ruth Kupper and
Mrs Rogers.
Myers, p: i
This is a change fnafj
vernier 30th dat^annou
viously
Plans for the meeiinjl
various foi ms of enter
addition to the businessp
th*e evening according ul
tion from Monroe Gelb.il
of the County-Wide Adi|
gram Committee.
Reports will he givn
president and Executvc.
Efraim H- Gale. Nominal
election of officen Hi
Directors will also tan
Refreshments will be
i a comnnMir if hostessal
j the direction of Mrs. Joaajl
tov.
Members of the
which met this week teg
the program are Gelb, 1
Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Bal
Mrs. Gus ions'; erg H
Miss Shirley Bairu-r. I
Mi > r. Emanuel Tropp1
Ruth Brotman On ftj
Harold Shapiro, cm
on the radio mogra-T.."
, Neighbor will present^
man on Sunday, N(Wl
I 1:15 p.m.. over riifi*
Miss Brotman will sp**
' Music Of 1ST 1
Miss Biotman \v
iVI
on Paul Rniun- H
evening. December '?
over s'.a-; i. WKAT
Come th/s *f*art
pnr* ino mww", -- ,
condWiencd 9u.1l room. wih priU bm "> p;'m,
comfoHobly. gr.doutly fumi.hod. Enjoy ftio "TL
of MsNhf od.ontuf.i within boufifMllylndic^9
Privat* botch, nil
wotor pool, cabonoi,
I sail cog 111 .
cocktail hour, dining,
dancing. Convoniant
to soiling, liihing,
iding, golf and "
ti'O tighHooing.
SAN JUAN


ly. NOVEMBER 28, J952
* fc'!*> MrMrSrHHn.*
onald Will
eted Here
unday
treble James G. McDonald,
L'g first Ambassador to
(will be the guest of honor
Iception to be given at the
Miami home of Mr. and
Imil J- Gould, Sunday ev-
blovember 3th.
[informal reception, which
Hen planned for 150 of
associates in the con-
tin trades, will be high-
by Mr. McDonald's re-
\\ the progress of the new
Israel during the past
jbers of the reception Corn-
will be Mr. and Mrs.
Adelman, Mr. and Mrs.
i Arkin, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
JBurk. Mr. and Mrs. Jules
pnc. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
nicls. Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Mr. and Mrs. David
i, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
r, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gill-
1 and Mrs. Norman M. Gill-
and Mrs. Irvin Korach.
land Mrs. Ben Markowitz,
\d Mrs. Max Meisel, Mr.
rs Benjamin Meyers, Mr.
t.s. Raymond R. Rubin, Mr.
Jrs. Dan Rusk in, Mr. and
Lawrence Sapero, Mr. and
Lrthur M. Shandloff, Mr.
Irs, Samuel Spector, Mr.
rs. Hubert L. Turchin and
id Mrs. I. L. Mintzer.
partzman Reviews
Fisher Book
Israi li Group of Hadassah
pn ii its life members on
y, December 1st, 1 p.m., at
E veil Hotel, Miami
unced Mrs. J. Halfon.
\' rship chairman.
Si hwartzmann, of the
' Jewish Education, will
T Island Of The Inno-
Vardis Fisher. A musical
ii will be presented by
German.
(Year's Eve Party
la New Year's Eve Party
hold at the North Dade
i Center on Wednesday ev-
| December 31st.
for dancing will be play-
m 10 p.m., until 3 a.m. A
dinner will be served at
Reservations may be
rith Bernard Catz.
f tning Feted
and Mrs. Harry Kanter
jKists to a group of friends
(ell-wishers Tuesday at the
for the 1952-53 season
Lord Baltimore Hotel,
[Collins Avenue, Miami
bcktail party was part of
|eninu's program following
of the newly decorated
furbished hostelry now un-
her-operator management.
Hanna Senesch Will
Hear Rabbi Cftssel
The Hanna Sen c G up of|
Hadassah will meet on M
December 1st. 1:15 p.m., t fh-
Sea Gull Hotel.
Chanuka Lights will be the'
topic of an address by Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel, spiritual
leader of Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation. Cantor Irving Kelemer
will render several Chanuka
songs.
President is Mrs. Abraham I
Greenberg. Mrs. Hyman Kaplan;
is program chairman.
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Mrs. Weitz Address
Mount Scopus Hadassah
Mount Scopus Group of Hadas-
sah will meet Monday, December
1st, 1 p.m., at the Beth El Con-
gregation.
The affair will be sponsored
by the Mesdames Ernest Chern-
->ff, M. H. Meyerhoff and David
Sernaker. Mrs. Max Weitz, rec-
ently present at ground break-
ing ceremonies of the Hadassah
Medical Center in Israel, will
speak.
Will Cite Roth
As Book Donor
Councilman Burnett Roth will
receive a citation as outstanding
book donor to the Temple Beth
Sholom Library at a Book Donor
Luncheon of the Beth Sholom
PTA on Tuesday, December 2nd.
12:30 p.m., in the Temple's Ban-
quet Hall, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Irving B
Kaplan, PTA president.
Donors in the PTA's present
drive for books for the Beth
Sholom Library in observance of
National Jewish Book Month will
be guests of the organization
Principals and librarians of the
Beach public schools will be hon-
ored guests, and the PTA will
oresent to them books on Jewish
subjects, including a biography of
the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
The luncheon will follow a
Chanuka Preparation Institute
for mothers which will begin at
11 a.m., in the Patio, under the
direction of Rabbi Leon Kronish
and Educational Director Sydney
J. Greenberg.
Mrs. Leila Rosenthal and Mrs.
Maurice B. Shein are co-chair-
men. Mrs. Howard Brooks is Li-
brary Fund chairman.
I he Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El presented a skit. Anchors Aweigh, at a recent Mem-
bership Party which culminated in the addition of 40 new members to its rolls. The cast in-
cluded (bottom row, left to right) the Mesdam-s Bertha Schwartz, president of the Sister-
hood, William Swimmer, M. Komstein. Sidney Palmer, Jack Rosenberq, Morris Pepper, Jessie
Blatt, Ella Kaplan and Bessie Rappaport, 1st vice president. Top row (left to right) are the
Mesdames Sam Phillips, Aba Pepper, Jennie Weger, Max Silver, Fred Bernstein, Al Zisman.
Sam Kestenbaum and Sam MUler.
Sam Gyson Views
New Administration
Mrs. Jack Bernard, president
of the Shaloma Group of Hadas-
sah, announces a meeting at the
Hibiscus Lodge on Monday, De-
cember 1st, 1 p.m.
Sam Gyson, radio commentator
and columnist, will be guest
speaker. His subject will be The
New National Administration.
A narration on Chanuka will
also be given by Mrs. Bernard
Smith.
Biscayne Track
Sees New Record
With the first eight days of
racing completed, the Biscayne
Dog Track appears to be well on
its way to establishing another
State record for mutuel play and
attendance.
Biscayne's claim to the highest
per capita wagering mark of any
Florida track also appears safe
from the figures compiled so far
this meeting.
In the first 80 races run off at
the Northside Oval, better than
33 per cent of the favorites have
hit the wire first, proving that
Biscayne's slogan "where the dogs
run truer to form" is no myth.
Oswald Brothers, of California,
under the watchful eyes of train-
er Sam Wooten, are out in front
in purse standings for the first
eight days.
Others in the top ten in purses
earned through last Saturday
night are as follows in order of
their winnings: Cen-Tex Ken-
nels, R. K. Hutchings, Keith Dil-
lon, F. B. Stutz, C. H. Lovely, J.
W. Ewalt, Paul Boone, Sawbuck
Kennels and L. M. Kirkpatrick.
Thanksgiving Jamboree
A Thanksgiving Jamboree
sponsored by the Men's Club of
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
will be held tomorrow evening,
November 29th, 8:30 p.m., at the
Center.
Brenner Named To Post
William I. Brenner, Miami
Beach Attorney, was unanimous-
ly elected as General Counsel of
the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation at the meeting of its
Board of Directors Monday night,
it was announced by Daniel M.
Broad, president. Mr. Brenner is
immediate past president of the
Association and presently the
chairman of its Board of Direc-
tors.
Young Adult Group
Dnnce On Sunday
The Young Adult Group of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
hold a dance and social evening
on Sunday, November 30th, 8:30
p.m., in the Center Social Hall.
This will be the second in a
series of informal monthly cfances
to which paid members and serv-
ice men and women will be ad-
mitted free.
Members of the Social Com-
mittee are Bob Stone and Arlene
Weisblatt, co-chairmen, Phyllis
Goldstein, Jane Goldstein, Wilms
Shulman, Don Marks and Audrey
Kirschenbaum.
Cantor Jacob Tambor will be
guest cantor during Satur-
day morning services of the
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th
Street, Miami Beach. Cantor
Tambor will also lead pupils
of the Academy in liturgical
c nd Israeli songs during their
^'ternoon Oneg Shabbat.
Triton Hotel Dining Room
2720 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Phcre for reservations 5-6651 5-4907
Air C- >(/ '' Erwin and Louise Frishnet
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*ples in the cast of Power Without Glory are (left to right)
"'a Brenner, Ray Wolfte and Ida Beck. The dramatic
ction is under the auspices of The Coral Gables Jewish
Theater Guild, with Bob Brenner directing. The three-
'lav will be presented at the Center tomorrow evening.
29th 8:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday sven -
:-' also scheduled. Others opparing wil
>elma Ncryhouse. Sydney Birk and Ruth Nadell.
Hay You Knjog The Thanksgiving^
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Fete Anniversary
To celebrate their fifth year,
the Golden Age Friendship Group
of the Town Branch, Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center,
will hold an Anniversary Dance
on Sunday evening, November
30th, 8 p.m., at 450 SW 16th Av-
enue. Music for the occasion will
!5C played by the Kasrilevker
Katelie. Chairman is Mrs. Ethel
Siegel.
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FRIDAY.
i^OVEMB*,
Israelite Center
Annual Elazaur
Saturday evening, 8 p.m., will
mark the opening of the Israelite
Center Second Annual Bazaar at
3198 SW 24th Terr.ice.
The Bazaar is scheduled to run
all day Sunday and on Monday
and Tuesday evenings, December
8th and 9th", from 8 to 11 p.m.
Chairman of the affair is Mis.
Ben Katz. Assisting are Murray
Park, Mrs. S. L. Cohen and Mrs
Phil Barocas, co-chairmen. In
charge of the Kitchen is Mrs.
George Kesslcr.
Bargain booths of merchandise
will be displayed, and home-
cooked meals will be served. A
booth of hand-made clothing
sewn by members will be a spec-
ial feature of the Bazaar.
Israelite Center Meeting
A regular meeting of the mem-
bership of the Israelite Center is
scheduled for Tuesday evening.
December 2nd, 8:30 p.m.. at the
Center. Hy Morris will preside.
Tamara Chapter
Plans Attair
Tamara Chapter of the Miz-
rachi Womens" Organization met
last week at the Monte Carlo
Hotel.
Highlight of the evening was
a Convention Report by Miss Lil-
ian Bogdan, delegate to the 27th
Annual Convention of the Miz-
rachi Women of America, which
was held in Atlantic City, New
Jersey.
Plans 'i re made for a Chan-
uka Membership Party to be held
I tii- home "f Mrs Isr lei Yulish.
Drivi Miami 11
Mrs Yulish i Ii ni ol T.i
C1 .1: tl
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
No 222^2
In R> ESTATE I 'i
MAX IH'HLER I'....i-,.I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
TO .M.I. WHOM IT V \^ CONCERN
\ h, rebj givi n thai I have
i ,i m\ Final r< pi rt a* Admii
,.r in- Mas 1
,. i have riled mj Pel lion fur
I- in.ii l ii- hargi and Hi I I I app'J
. .I,. Judge* !
Court, I-..!.- .-.nil >. I,..ii.1.1.
..n Hi. !8lh .i.i' "f I ml* i IS -' foi
;!.. approval : the same and foi final
din hai rc :.- AdmlnlKtraloi of I hi El
I Max l 'ubli r, dei ea*ed
I lated 'In- I'-'ili daj ( Nuv< ml*.
Al> 1" >2
M.BERT Dl'BLER, Admlnlatrator
WILLIAM PALLOT
ail.i n. i i..i Admlnieti aloi
sot ingi.ihatn Building
Miami, Florida
n is \i j-iZ-1*
Beth David Sisters Hold
Joint Affair Thursday
will \
iinl i i' i : md
nd at the Syi
n Thursday. 1> i 4th, 12 30
the affair
re Mrs. S tz and
:. Sussman
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP
RELIABLE DAY WORKERS
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
37 N. E. tth Street Phone 0S401
AL MEIDENBERG, Owner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN thai
tin- undei signed, dealrlna: t.. engage In
bualneaa under the fietitioua name "1
KVEROLADE DRl'O COMPANY, .1
ii;:. W hTagler si Miami, Fla Intend
.. ref/later aald name with the Clerk
..r the Circuit Court < Bade County,
Florida
RAY BERRIN and
WAI. rKR K WE
11.28 ISC.-1 J-I9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I.- HEREBY lilVKN
ni h ni I'll
i. the fictltl nam. i
1 MT1 I RMTI RE .\ -ill I >.':.
\ \\ 7th Stl M

i *ncull Courl ol I '.<'<
I
I RANK KITCHNEK
M \i !: V \I.TKRSl i.N
i m i n i-'fRNirrRK I'll
'"
i' t
..... K
V ; mil
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\. >TICE IS IIKHKin .;i\ i:\
..
.....
It>V M< PEL, at s ..! n. i o(
i. nid Noitlli
St it-el, M
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Kit
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I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfc
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 154810
HOWARD i SPARKY, Plaintiff.
BETH "m SPAREV, i -r. :.. 1 111
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti' All:.- BETH M BPARfcl
Tii'. I r. Street
I., i llu
CALIFORNIA ,,
1 I1KTH M SPAREY, are herebj
notified thai u Bill of Complaint ha*
.i you, ..i"i you an
erve a eopj of your
Inxwi ...... lu Hi. Bill "I
thi u- Oti.i
X .. TAYMU!, '
. Building, Miami -. ri..:nl.i.
knnwi I'
e of tl.....rk "t the
.,. ,. Im .' the 26th
. i......ni.. r, 18 II you f;'H '"
,l ,, bj !. i.mil will be
taken agalnal you fo thi ri lief d<
,, ,. ded n Hi. Hill of Complainl
-|- iii : .ii. nhall be publlabed once
,..,,.), .. wi ks
in THE JEW ISII I I.' iRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED .it Miami,
Floi d i, this -'.Hi da) "( November,
A I' I9'i2.
i: I! L.EATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Hade County, Florida
(Circuit Courl Seal)
Bj M C. OREEN,
Heput) Clerk
I'lNi: & TAYLOR
Attornaya for I'lanmff
.,l:t-'.l'. iilwnfla Building
Miami M, Florida
By; Hi. hard ; Taylor
II l'v iJ 5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlni i" engage in
bualneaa undei the fn tltlou* name ..f
ACE RAIHO, .ii 111"! N W 7th Aw,
Miami, Intend* to reflate! ald name
with the Clerk the Circuit Court
ol l lade '..niii i. Floi Ida
ROBERT Ii. CLIIrTON
II 14-11 18 II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undemlicned, dealrlna to ensase In
i.iimii. >~ under ihi- fictitious nami ..i
I MILLER IH'ILDHorSE, at 111 E
I'I.m-1.! Street, Mian intend* to rfg-
:. .i e with the "lei I. ..f the
i ,.!. 'ount), Flor-
ida
IIKLSTAN, INC.
IIERICK SH VI'IRi I FRIED
12" I.ii "In Rd
-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No 28954.A
In Ri I IS I'A I'M 'I
NATHAN HI IRN, 1 >.-.... -. ,|
To All Cred toi and All Peri.....
Huvii or I 'ciii.iiiiI.s Affalnat
Said hi lat<
i.i. and eai ii "f you, are I
and i etiuil ud tu j.i > nl .i u>
and di ma udi arbioli > ou( "i
ell hoi foil maj u.i\. asalnil the
. i ol \ A I HAN HORN, .1. I
hiir .if Dade County, I'h.mxi.i, io tin-
H W F BI^ANToN, Count) Jud(a
..I Bade County, ami file Ho- K.IIII.
iii iii- office in llu County Courtbouae
. i 'ount). Floi i.i.i. within eight
ntontha from the date ..i
ih.- i,i-i publication hereof Dajd
cialma "i demauda t" contain the
legal addraai ..f the claimant and to
be worn t" and preaented as ..: :.
.-.!..I, or -Miii.. will he haired.
I ..,-, So\ iiil.-r Mtll, A.D. 1(51
CLARA lluic.N .uul
.MORIUS HORN,
An Exeoutora of the Lam Will
and Testament of
NATHAN HMBN, I^ceaned.
KOVNER A: MANMIKIMKK
Attorneji for Kxccntora
li :" U 5-11-H
V"- '.....' Kned 2S Q
BEAi'll I.KTTKr'
Intend .
c*rii i.i [Z "JSLfWdnT
ti
(Vix0 t
N0T'CE OF~a7pT;
bo1?k :;-\.
filed
ROSEDALE ^c^t^t^t
KOSHER STYLE COOKING
PRIVATE DINING ROOM
AIR CONDITIONED
170 N.W. 5th ST.
FREE PARKING 2-9814
Invest Where The Banks Invest
DON'T BE A 2>2 PERCENTER
Why allow your invested dollar to return 2Vz
percent from a bank when with practically the
same security your dollar can return up to 2V2
to 3 times as much.
INVEST IN WELL SECURED HIGH INTEREST
FIRST MORTGAGES
LINCOLN MORTGAGE Ca
4th FLOOR. PACIFIC BUILDING PHONE 3-7565
WHY NOT PHONE OR VISIT US FOR INFORMATION

YOU WILL FIND
THE MOST COMPLETE SELECTION
of
BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR ON MIAMI BEACH
at
MORRIS BROTHERS MIAMI BEACH
1261 WASHINGTON AVENUE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATt OF FLORIDA
Ti ILL 'I'" W II' 'M Till M
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UhRH'K .-II U'lltd & KRIEIi
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IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNT/, FLORIDA
No 27222
RE Ks r.VTE .1
JACOB M SEIOENRKRU,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TOMAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
, N"i'i. :: 1.....bj given thai .
have filed .1 final report and p.
';' 1 1....... cu Ex< 11
!.'", ''".....I. md thai on the
"' ''' "' I.......iber, 1911, ui
appll the Honorable W V HLAN-
TtIN founts Judge ..f Bade County,
JV;" V", '".....',v! "' -"' I ni
report and foi final dl l.arg. ... ..,,,,
1 ..-l-.\. 111... ,,r ti,,. C,,,,,,. ,,( j ., ., ..
M KEIIIUNBERO, deeeaaed
Till- l!.||, ,1.,, ,,( fjov, ,,., .,,.
BERTHA KAI I- \l \n
ISAAC .|..|||-
ISAAC .i..i-1-i:'" B* '''-
j Attornej fr 1
I 11 -- i.
' "naSS"!^ iyPOB-t COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
, ,. No 26486. A
RK ESTATE "f
HARRY I. WILENSKY.
'NOTICE of intention to'makf
APPLlCATiON FOR F,NAL E
DISCHARGE
'I RRV I. WI I VSKY
": :..... 11 .1 .. .. V
.I.,1,::
md 1.,1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the underalgniil, desiring t.. engage m
a Ulnl.-r the fiitllioiiN name if
HARRY'S SIMhii BERV1CB, at
1 v\ i- lath r Street, Miami, Flor-
ida, mt.mis t.....(later aald name
with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court
Ii kRIli SIS.SKLMAN
WILLI \.M I BRENNER
i 11 Koud
Hi h, 1 ..
ii
HARRY I. WII.knskv.
; RICHARD KRIEtlER kink""""'
v,, /ol the Eluti of
, ""> 1. Wllenak)
11 II i-ll-li '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY.
FLOHIDA. IN PROBATE
No 2J'20-B
III Iti ESTATE 'I
I.I II
NOTICE TO CKfcDITORS
I I A i
. tl
uti
j 1 of you,
11.1 1 sHiuli .1 1.. ].....in an)
. and deina nda which you
eithel .: you, ma) ha\ again*! thi
il I.' IS BEERES, ii-
late ..t I Wide Count 1 da. t.. the
H W r i'i. \>. 11 IN, 'ount) .in.tt.
ol 11.1 Ii 1 i lie the 1
fli in hi Count) 1'.. 11 thouae
in Dade 1 r eight
dati : tl..
hereof. Said cialma
01 di in.1 n. 1- 1.....nuin 1 he Ii n.n ad
and to he
enti
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HANME
La WI
1
I." BEERES. II......I
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OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
i E OF FLORIDA
A'll i.M rilESK I'RBS
M 1 SHEET
IS
that, ;
J" 'I I.N .1 I V \ III I!
'' .Ml MI'UtES 11.\
I .- KII.III i:\
.mi Ml"l:i..- 11.\
' ; 'K'iE N I 'AVIS MIAMI. I-I.A
J'iSEI'll .....NN1 I.I.
\l I V M I I'I \
did uti llu da) of September,
\ I' 1 lu he Incoi pi ated
mdei the provlalona of Chaptel HMM,
l-a I .... Iila \. ta ..1 Mi, < > N
NELL INVESTMENT COMPANY, ..
nrpoi atlon, with Ita prim m-hI plai e
ol bualneaa .it Miami, Dade County,
in thi State ..r Klorlda, and wherean
the torkholdem ..f iurh .-"ri.....it Ion
old on the i'.mIi da) A l> II-v. 1 'auae ii. filed In the
offi.....1 tin s. .,. ... State "f the
stati ol Klorlda .1 Conaenl ..r all the
tn kholdem under the provlaloni >l
nald Chapter looM, Lawi ..r Klorlda.
AcU ol !!:'., Bhowing the .IIsm.Ii.....n
>f ueh corporation, ami the Bacratar)
ol St.ii,- |a natiafled tli.it the n^iulre-
menta of law have been eompllad with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto eat 01) lutud
ami have ..ir,..i the Oroal
Baal ..f the state of Florida,
.. 1 rallahaaaee, the Ca|iital.
thin the itth d.i> of November,
a 1 1 :>:.:?
U A ORAT,
fBBA] BaoreUn state.
II 28 .2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 29113-B
NOTICE OF PROBATE
IN RE KSTATE OK
iii.i.i:\ SCHWARTZ.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA-'
"ALL I'EKSiiNS INTERESTED IN
|.N... EHTATE "!' SAID DECED-
\ hereb) notified 1h.1t a
i p uortli 1 to be
' and teaUment -.f wild
idmltted t.. 1
. hei. b) ..in-
1 month*
' dat, ,,. ,,,,. f,,., ,,!,, ,.,,,
.......1 Courl
. ... ...11. hv
i Court in kdmlttlna
aald ,ii t probate ahould not MJUM
.. ..I
1 I! WK' 1: I111W i.im;.
Count) .1
"J IENN1B I. DLANTON
. Clerk

''SEPH W \l VI IK tn A-
.....In k.i AU>
II S-I1-II
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lav s 1 .
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In 11
1...1
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1 ouni1
The -
dei ii..
1
tlflcate -'..,11 |. .
'"w. tax.I.....|W|
the Kth da) 0! 1,'
' I I.EATH
lerk ol Circrt
I".I- County
'Uti S-al)
Hy \ r 1
11 u < .. D?Put>" c;
II 14.", .'- ;_
(Circuit C
NOTICE UNDER
NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBYd
the underalaned, dMikaal
hilslii,-. mi|,.| ,n,
QARDNAK MC|.i..Vt 08
CLEAN I.Mi
Street
J
I
- IRW1X
RHEINI SIMI
1
M
II J>
IN THI CC NTV : ~
IN AND FOR 03ECOta
FLORIDA. IN ==051
\o. Xiiii
Mill
NOTICE TO CKES'-al
Tu v : ii],
i
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NOTICE LNDER FlCTIT
IE LAW
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' NOTICE LNDER FlC1
NAME LAW
NOTICE in ;
the III..I- Ulle'l. ''
I VN 111 > v 1
With Ihi JJ'Jii
JOSEPH Rfl
MILTON A rmiHMJtf
v,,..... fn AW
Xe\li"l'l Itl'llf ..
II !S IS S-lS- -J
IN THE NAME AND> 3
T..ALLT,?WH,.Sfl
BNTP .sIIAI-I- l
MI|-T"N HAS
wai.tkii ^sjrAa
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NOVEMBER 28. 1952
-knlstrivrHtor)
PAGE 15
[legal notice
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
l~ HKKEHY UIVKN that
Kifin-I. desiring to engage In
iniHiT the fictitious name of
iv |: A S K M K NT" an .1
i-KIN TING SERVICE
1 Y MAIL-oRI>KH>. at SS2
|\'| ulcira, Coral Gables, in-
freglster said name with the
I n. Circuit Court of Dade
,0r,da K. J. HEALHY
12
JcOUNTV JUDGES' COURT
K,l ^OR DADE COUNTY.
"jRIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 29113-B
, .-I'ATK OF
fc SCHWARTZ. Deceased
v.ntors and All 1'ersuns llav-
lnig or Demands Against
ml each of you. ale hereby
lulred to present any
bou, or
\.,i, iii.iv hav.- against the
IIKI.KN SCHWARTZ, dc-
It,- of l>urte County, Morldn.
miorable County Judge* of
|int>. and file the same In
e< in the County Courthouse
K.untv. Florida, within eight
Eimnthx from the' date of the
lii.itioii hereof. ,8nld claims
Is t.. contain the legal nd-
[|i,. t.iimant and to be sworn
ii..seated as aforesaid? or
_ be haired.
love'iibe- 19th. A.I>. 1952.
IILPH MENDKI,
Executor of the ImxI Will
B,,l I',--lament of
IKI.KN SCHWARTZ,
deceased.
W HALEK
bin Road
.nil. Florida
If. r A lolph Mendel. Executor
LEGAL NOTICE
ICE TO CREDITORS
[COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
|C FOR DADE COUNTY,
iRIDA IN PROBATE.
NO 28119.B
\ti: i ie
SUGARMAN,
I leceasetl
i -. ~ md All Persons Hat -
I Demanda Against
[i
Id h ,,f you, are hereby
i ilred to present any
i uds which you, or
you, may have against the
JHKNICY I. KI'QARMAN, de-
It. Dade County, Florida,
.' ible Count) Judges of
ind file the same in
i 'ounty Courthouse
intv, Florida, within elfthl
- from the date of the
hereof. Said claims
B in tain the legal ad-
. I ilmanl and to lie w orn
is afoi eaald, or s.i me
fried
17. A.D. 1952.
1 : DE SUGARMAN
>,lu in -'r.iii i\ C.T.A. DBN
!:-'.ii. ..f
| 11 I SUGARMAN.
11,-, eased.
SILVER A MII.LoY
C.T.A. DBN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELAVsEr,NT^USIC,A'- cTrCUIT*IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 15466 7
HKNDKiK JOHANNB8 SWARTJE8
vs I'l.iliitiff,
HELEN BLBSABBTB swahtjes
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION""'''
HELEN KI.IZAIIKTII SWAKTJKS.
Elizabeth, n,w .r,.,...
t i'"m,r'i'il"ile!'y notified that a Hill
of ompialnt for Divorce has I.....n
lulled to serve a copy of your Ans-
wer or Heading to ,'n,. i-i", ,' ,,,".
t1."11", ,on KOVNER ft MANNHEIM-
BK, I. Lincoln Road, and file tho
original Amwtr or Pleading m the
office of the cieik of the circuit
court on or before December 19 rev
ir you fail t do so, judgment by de-
fault will lie taken against vou for
the relief demand.-,I in the lllll ,,f
('ompialnt.
IX >NL' AND ORDERED at Miami.
a r. i"v "av "' N"Vrmoer'
E. B. I.KATHF.RMAN.
o. .> ( lerk of ,1"' frcult Court
\OCHl)
By! R. H. RICE, jr.,
Deputy Clerk
KOVNER MaN.n'HKIMER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
I1/21-2K iz/j-iz____________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154498
HENRY F. JOHNSON. Plaintiff
ETTA MAE JOHNSON, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ETTA MAE JOHNSON
T'i Uranner Avenue,
PTlchard, Alabama
> are hereby notified that a P.ill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy' of your answer
or pleading t.. the Dill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs attorney, Richard
K. 8HEPARD, (200 Wesl Flagler
Street. Miami, and file the original
answer or pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
ln-fore the 13th day of December,
!:.:' If you fail to do so, judgment
b) default will be taken against vou
fur the relief demanded ill the Hill of
complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
I ;.n Ida, iliis. l :tii da) ol November,
A.D. 1952,
E. P. LEATHERMAN,
lei k .,r the Circuit "..nit
B) WM W STOCKING,
I 'eputy clerk
II 21-28 12 :.-ii'
ICE BY PUBLICATION
[CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA IN AND FOR DADE
|NTV. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154404
K TESTA. Plaintiff,
RSTA. Defendant.
El'H TESTA
II Avenue
Ikh'i New York
JIT FOR DIVORCE
BSKPII TESTA, are hereby
i Bill of Comidalnt for
I-.-, ii filed against you.
eqult'ed to serve a copy
Hi i -r Pleading to the
ilalnt on the plaintiff's
ESSEN, B4Q US
Miami, Florida, and
Answer or Pleading
the clerk of the Ctr-
l' before the lOih day
.:'. If you fail to do
default will be taken
for the relief demanded
Complaint.
shall be published once
foui consecutive weeks
I ISH 1-l.oRIHfAN.
l-\\ii iRDERED at Miami.
|hi- I "lb day of November,
1 B LEATHERMAN,
'lerk, Circuit Court.
Bade County, Florida
'11 Seal)
llj WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy' Clerk
If'" Plaintiff
|M Bldg.
|<" nil,
p l/S
HEN
B
P
ii
Ice by pubuication
Kircuit court of the
"th judicial circuit of
|da in and for dade
'ty. in chancery.
No. 153725-J
KIXl; DAWSON.
Plaintiff,
ROIL I'.WVSoN'.
,_ Defendant.
IT FOR DIVORCE
"> i'KCIL DAWSON
-I Sir, i
L Virginia
SMIY ii:ci|, DAWSON, are
' "ed that a Dill of Com-
"' Divorce lias been filed
and ^Hi are required to
Answer or Plead-
of Complain) on tin-
"V......v- GEORGE .1 TAI,-
' Ii win Road, Miami
''' ,',' and file tb.....Ig irll
I ng in the offli ol
i nil Coin! on iii
, i iv of December, 1952.
Judgment by de-
'" ik. .ikMiiist you for
Ii ii in the BUI of
i publlahed once
k. consecutive weeks
li I Kl.oRIDIAN
E 'RDERRD at Miami,
ly ..f November,
'' [) WEATHERMAN,
circuit Court,
i" County, Morida.
L1 -AMANOfr, Daq,
L ,'U:ntlff
'i Road
'h. Florida
II I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LA SAL TOYS, al 7933 N. E. Ind
Ave Miami. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk ..i the Circuit
Court "I Dad.- County, Florida,
LAWRENCE A SALLY WEXLER
STEPHEN F. KES8LER
Attorney for Applicants
l'L'ihi w Flagler 81 .
ll ll-i'i-i's ii<;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Of
MIDTOWN BARBER SHOP, at 235
llllh St., Miami Beach. Fl.i Intend
in register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of bade County,
Florida
ABE RICH
TILLIE Ross
HERBERT E, KAt'F'MAN
Attorney for Aunllcants
t2H flu Pont Bldg.
11/7-14-21-23
NOTICE U.NDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ,-ngag.- in
business under the fictitious name of
LICKY SEVEN BAR. al 143-845 N.W.
Ttii Avenue, Miami, Fia.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Hi.- en,uii Courl of Dade county.
Florida
MEYER SIKCF.L
ELI BREOER
Attorney for Applicant
::,:. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
H/21-23 12/5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
Voi.intfkr NEWWPAPBR, at 1ST
N K lsl Av.-mic. Miami. Intends to
register said name ttitli the erg of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida, Almll.R L BpjCKBRMAN
11/7-14-21-28_ _________________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154203
THE!.MA ALVINA QTROFFY.
Plaintiff,
JOHN OYBOFKY, Defen.biui
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN OYROPFY
Residence llllknoH II ,,r,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
in been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading t....... I"11 "'
Comi,I.unt "n the plaintifl Ml
FREItERICK N. RARAD. Smii.- ...
I'ii Lincoln Road, Miami Bench, lb" -
Ida and file the pi giiml Answer or
Pie......ir in the office of the
il. Circuit Courl "ii or before tne sro
l......-, !,-.. 1952 If > fa" to
taken ngnlnsl you for the relief ai
manded ... the Bill pi Complaint. ......
Thu potl shall be publish i once
......k fin- four ^nsccutive weeks
. -in,' JKW1SH FI.OR1DIAN.
'DONE \NI' ORDERED > M ml.
,, this 31st daj of October, A D
IM*' k H LEATHERMAN,
Clerk. Cln U t '"'
i..i,. County, Hg1*
B) WM. W STOCKINQ
Deputy Clerk
FREDERICK N. BARAD
Suite 182, 4-0 Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney tor Plaintiff
U.T-14-I1-M
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that
the undesigned, desiring to engag in
i.o.!'.,'fH".n.BI" '"' fictitious name of
BROADWAY TAVERN, al 1002 N W
lith Ave, Miami, Fia. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Florid' ('"r' "' l>ade Col"">".
..,,.....THOMAS .I I'oWKRS
STEPHEN KESSLKR
Attorney for Applicant
22Wi W, Flagler St.
11/7-14-21-:: ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
,''..."'', ",..".'."I<,r "'" fictitious name of
THE DIVE 1N\ PAR. st 177.) N. W.
iJth St., Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
__,_,,...... JOSEPH A. MAZER
STEPHEN KESSLKR
Attorney for Applicant
I2H W. Fiaglei St.
ll/T-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeiKigncd, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HAROLDS KOSHER RESTAURANT,
?i zl"-5,h Street. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
HAROLD I'. DRILL
OEOROE .1 TAUANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
MO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, l-'la.
II 14-21-28 12 :,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
STERLING APARTMENTS, al 2T. N
W. 16th Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said n.ime wuh tile
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
.'ARNETT WAXER
RAB WAXEIl
WILLIAM I BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
11/21-25 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COSTA HOTEL AND APARTMENTS,
at (8tl Ba; Drive. ..liami Beach, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
NATHAN LIPKIND
ESTELLE LIPKIND
II'21-23 12/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
orchids GALORE, at 10710 Hiscayne
Blvd., intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit I'mut
of Dade County. Florida.
KARL STIMPP
ANNE OSWALD
STEPHEN r KESSLER
Attorney for Applicants
2200 W. Flagler St.
11 21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE N'ooK, at 214 W. Flagler Street,
Miami intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK UOEBEI,
JACK E. LEE
HENRY NTSSENBAIM
Attorney for Applicants.
1041 Styhold Bldg.
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 154111
SHEILA M. TUCKER, Plaintiff.
vs.
HARRY TUCKER, Defendant.
To HARRY TUCKER
Residence: Miami, Florida
Present Address: Km 7th Street
Brookl) ii. New Y'irk
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and t., file th.....Iglnal
.u.sw.r in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before the
12th day of December, A.D, 1952; oth-
erwise, the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will
be taken as i i in I e-seil 1>\ \ ill
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 12th
day of November, 1952, *
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal I
B) WM, W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address ,.f
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
11.2:1 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
11 14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
CERTIFIED IMPROVEMENT CO., at
Snake Creek and N. W. 2nd Ave.,
Miami, Fia., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CARL LINDY ,v
EDITH LINDY, his wife;
MAX DREYER &
ANNA DREYER, bis wife:
SAMUEL DREYER &
ELIZABETH DREYER, his wife
GEORGE -l TAUANOFF
At tome} for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
11 21-28 12 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
B & W SUNDRY, at *iio W. Flagler
S; Miami, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of Dade County, hlorida.
WALTER .1. FLAOG
ROBERT W. KELLY
STEPHEN F. KKSSLKK
Alto, nil for Applicants
2200 W, Flagler St.
11/7-14-81-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 154582
ALOIS HRUBY, Plaintiff.
vs.
ETHEL HRUBY, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in. ETHEL HRUBY
:o-l7 115th Street
Rll 1.1110nil lllll
Uuei ns County. New > orlt
You, ETHEL HRUBY, are hereby
tifled th.it a Bill ol Complaint f"1
Im.....e 1.is been filed agalnsl
.,,,,1 you are required to serve a ropy
,1 v.. ir Answer 0 PI< :'' '
to .....: T. '
, ,.,*. GEORGE J TALIANOFF, 120
I n Road, M mil Beach, I
and file Hi.....'Ut..... Al swei
Ing In !!..' office ol I
en, aii Court on .. : he '
das of !' ember, 19 I ">u fall to
judgment bj detail
taken against N"" for the r. Ilel de-
manded In the Bill of '""i'1-;'"
This notii shall be published once
,,,. 1, week for f-'an weeks
in Till' JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
I :,.,',.,. this !7th day nf November,
AD. INI H g I.EATHEKMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Honda
.Circuit Court Seal) JR
Deputy Clerk
11/21-28 12/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
NO. 29088
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANNA SCUARMAN. Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
Y'ou. 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 01 ANNA SUUARMAN. deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the HON W. F. BL ANTON or
FRANK B. DOWLING. Countv Judges
of Dade County, and file the same in
bis office In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of tHfe
ISM Probate Act.
Date November 17. A.D. IH.".2.
GERTRUDE SUGARMAN,
As Administratrix of the
Estate of
ANNA SUGARMAN, Deceased
BALLOT. SILVER ft Ml'l.l.ov
Attorneys for Administratrix
11 21 -28 12 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS TlEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EAST GABLES PRIVATE SCHOOL
at 3398 s W. 22nd St., Miami, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
Countv. Florida.
LOUIS T. WALLIS
STEPHEN I' KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
22.li. W. Flagler str.-ei
ill 1-21-21 12 ".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE l.s HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JEAN and FRANK'S WEE WASH IT,
at 5'.i.',2 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK GUNSBERO
JAY I. COHEN
Attorney for Frank Uunsherg
11/21-28 I2'5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage :n
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE TOURS AND BUNRAY
TOI'RS, at 229 N. K. 1st Avenue.
Miami, intends to register said name
with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
BOLANA TRAVEL COM CANY. Inc.
ELI BREGER
Attorney for Applicant
ttS Lincoln Road
11/21-28 12'5-I2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage 11
business under the fictitious name of
LAKESHORE APARTMENTS, al : -
4". w.st 48th Street, Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ETHEL REALTY CO., INC.
By: William Fislu-i
President
MYERS, HKI.MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
11 I 1-21-28 12 .'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A U 'I'll. >K I ZE D WESTINGHl (USE
LAUNDROMAT EQUIPPED HALF
HOUR LAUNDRY, at 441 S. W. Sth
St.. Miami. 1-loii.la, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Cult of Dade Count)', Flor-
ida.
EI.IAS SCIUI.MAN
FREDERICK N. BARAD
Attorney for Ellas Schulman
11 14-21-28 12 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA JUICE & SYRI'P CO., at
21S N. W. 27th Street, Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da la
Countv. Florida.
I LORIDA JUICE, INC .
a Florida corporation
ci lURSHON \- COURSHON
Attorneys for Florida Juice. Inc.
11 21-28 12/ "I2_____________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 154570
MURIEL SELTZER, Plaintiff
Joseph JACOB SELTZER,
I i.-i.-iid inl
; Tl l: JOSEPH JACi >B SELTZER
......i Palisade Avenue
Wesl New York. New .!< ;
You are requli etl to serve a copj >f
your answer to the Bill of Con :
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in th"
office of the clerk of the Clrcull
Courl on or before the 17th day of
ber, A D. 1952: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will be taken as
, onfessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
17th 1l.1v of November, 1952,
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Curt Seal)
By: WM. W, STOCKIN I,
I 1. uty Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Bldg,
Ploi Ida
11 21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ...
business under the fictitious name of
ZUBA MFG AND SALES CO. (NOT
INC.), .it 1409 N. W. Tilth St., Miami.
Fia., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
JOE 8ZUBA
STEPHEN F. KKSSI.ER
.........v 'or Apolicant
2200 W. Flagler St.
11/7-14-21-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GRACE HAIR STYLIST, at 1201 l.th
Street. Miami Beach, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
URACE LEVENSON
Sole Owner
MANUEL Ll'BEi.
Attorney for Applicant
Lawyers Bldg
22S N. E. 2nd Ave.
11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....1
THE GIFT BOWL, at 657 Lincoln
1:.....I, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to reglstei said name with the clerk
Cli dt Court of I '.uii' Countv.
H""":' THE FRUIT BOWL..INC.
GEORGE -1 TALIANOFI
ah .. ne> :'". Vppl rani
12 1. I. oln Road
v Beach. Florida
12 '.-12
in the c:nc.jiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Cause Numbered 154297
FRANK RUBIN, Plaintiff.
vs.
LENA RUBIN. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LENA RUBIN
2301 N. 52nd street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that .. Bl 1
of Complaint for Divorce has beea
filed agalnsl you, and you are re-
1 : red to serve a copy of your ans-
wer to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs attorney and file the orig-
inal In the office Of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Ftor-
Ida, on or before December I. l**>:
otherwise the allegations of such bill
will be taken as confessed by you
Dated this Sth day of November,
''''" k B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Deputy Clerk
SHELDON N. LELCHUK
Attorney for Plaintiff
804 Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida
11/7-14-21-H
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