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The Jewish Floridian ( February 3, 1950 )

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l rebuild their shattered belt to help the immigrants. the free a;r of Israel." oted star or stage, screen io ehlded those Jews "who l away from their Jewish1 have forgotten the debt 'e their heritage." ged those present to "give ian you intended to give m came here." e Stone, here as a special itative of the United Jew;al, was co-guest of honor iffair. 1 will solve the problem r igration," she declared, American Jews give eded money." Having returned from Israel, she d her ftnpression that the "was a gigantic mudid immigrants "were livnts on the dirt ground." lid that the battle for the r more dramatic than [the Arabs and takes of bravery which [Israel to tighten its The group responded to the talks with 123 contributions totalling S243.365. The same number of contributors last vear ave $193,250. according to Morns Klass. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. This year's gain over last year [is $50,115 or 25 r ; more. Of" the tot.i! number of contributors announced, 68 were new pledges for &72.065. Klass said that an analysis of the new gifts revealed that the same number raised only .$45,350. This represents a gain of 56%. HOTEL WEEK With Gabriel Heatter. noted radio correspondent, and Valerie Stone as principal speakers, a bufiet supper at the Lord Tarletf>n Hotel on Saturday night. February 4,. will launch Hotel Week, a week of intensive fundraising in the industry. Spearheading the dinner is Aaron Courshon. who is being as[aye. headliner at the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal dinner on Monday night at the Westview Country town embracing Howard Kane and Ju'ius Gaines. After • from the comedian and Valerie Stone, guests pledged 3.000. __ b Community To Present Scroll To : or Interest In Hebrew Language it scroll will be presentUniversity of Miami on February 2, at Temple i grateful appreciation Jewish community of !iami for the interest the has displayed in ofdern Hebrew as a fully course in its modlage department." Dr. Dren Tharp, dean of the liberal arts, will accept in the absence of Dr. Vshe. will be tendered at r meeting of the board irs of the Bureau of ucation of Greater Mirha'rp will address the ining a projected future angiag from elementary o advanced courses in Hebrew conversation, ose, as well as courses :al and scientific Heney Greenberg, educactor of the Beth Sholom ion and instructor of the University of Mii the reactions of ent course sisted by Joseph Gardner and N. Doug Raff. Sponsors of the week are Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Al and Walter Jacobs. Harry Sirkin and Joseph M. Rose are chairmen of the unit. Members of the steering committee include Sidney Birnbaum, Sam Lachman, Irving Frankel. Paul Grossinger, David Levenson, Harry Koretsky. Ralph Lachman, S. Rifkind. Samuel Kaplan and Leo Eisenstein. WOMEN'S DIVISION With contributions up 47% at the women's division tea held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Samuel Katz, the division is planning an achievement brunch to be held Tuesday. February 7. at 11 a.m. at the Saxony Hotel. Dr. Zev Cohen will be chief speaker at the affair. Dr. Cohen, a native born Israeli, is a graduate of the Hebrew Gymnasium of Herzliah in Tel Aviv and the School of Law and Economics in Tel Aviv. He received his Doctor of Laws degree in the University de Droit. Lyons. France. Furthering his education in preparing for entry into the diplomatic corps of Israel, he proceeded to the United States where he received his L.L.M. degree from Yale University and is now in this country concentrating his studies at Columbia University. In Israel, despite his extremely active educatimal and political studies, Dr. Cohen was active in Haganah. He was also one of the leaders of the Maccabi Sport Organization of Tel Aviv, in which he participated actively and secretary of the National Council for the Hebrew Language. Chairmen of the brunch are Mrs. Joseph Fenias and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher. Vice chairmen are the Mesdames Louis Nelson, Joseph Lipton, Milton Sirkin. Alexander Kogan. Sidney Lefcourt, Jcseph M. Rose. Sam Lipton. Sam Weissel, Max Dreycr and Carl Susskid. OTHER MEETINGS On Monday Dr. Cohen will speak at the organizational meeting of the electrical appliance division at the office of Herman Wronker at 8 p.m. At 9 p.m. he will address the Miami Beach Business and Professional Hadassah. On Tuesday at 8 p.m. he wili speak before the dry goods division at Federation office. Arnold Rubin and Maurice Cromer are co-chairmen. On Wednesday Dr. Cohen will speak at a dinner meeting of the food division at 6 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. On Thursday at 8:30 p.m. he ; will be principal speaker at a ; buffet supper of the physicians unit at the home of Dr. Stanley Frehling. at the University of Miami will discuss "Hebrew on the Campus." David Freedman, president of the Hebrew Teachers Association will i address the group in Hebrew. The •scroll will be tendered to Dr. Tharp by Max Meisel, president of the Bureau and the ceremony will be concluded with remarks_ by Louis Schwartzman. executive" director of the bureau. The meeting will reflect the • rising tide of interest in the Hebrew language in Miami and in 'the colleges of the nation, accord! ing to Schwartzman. Reports from [ New York City indicate that a ] total of 31 senior and junior high schools now offer Hebrew Ian-1 gunge instruction; that six col-1 leges there include Hebrew on | their curriculum with the largest enrollment at Brooklyn College With a registration of 700 students and seven instructors. Today there are several hundred colleges throughout the country recognizing Hebrew as admission as part of their language entrance requirements, including Harvard wihere it was taught as earl KKK Declares "War" JACKSONVILLE, F!a. (JTA) —"Wat" against the B'nai B'rith, the Federal Council of Churches of Christ of America and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was declared this week in a statement issued by leaders of three Ku Klux K'.an groups which were merged into a united body. The three groups are: the Federatea Klar.s of Alabama the Southern Knights of Ku Klux Klan and the Association af Carolina Klans. The only Ku Klux Klan groups which are still outside the united Kan is the Klsvern of Atlanta. Air Mail Week Set For February 12-18 The Miami Post Office Department has designated the week of February 12-18 as "Air Mail Appreciation Week," a salute to the air industry of greater Miami. The Miami Stamp Club, in conjunction with the University Stamp Club, is sponsoring a display of the various types of air mail stamps to be shown at the University of Miami. The Post Office Department will also display a framed exhibit of plate and die proofs of air mail postage stamps, and in connection with this event, a supply of commemorative postage stamps will be sent from the Philatelic Morgenthau Says Israel Needs Funds More than eleven thousand : campaign leaders assembled at 1 special meetings in one hundred j and five cities Tuesday heard IUJA genera! chairman Henry Morgenthau. Jr. give a grim picture of the financial crisis in Israel resulting from failure of American Jews to provide enough money for record flow of immigration. Morgenthau. who returned this week from special n nces with Ben Guiion. Weizmann, Kaplan, and other leaders, declared: "Disaster faces Jews of ; Israel unless American Je \ s l recognize urgency of their responsibilities in providing for immigration settlement in 1950."' Commenting on reports this week of possible limitation of immigration because the Jewish i Agency lacks funds. Morgenthau : stressed that the Jews in Israel strongly opposed any reduction and that the ultimate decision must be made by J( ws :n America. "Money—only money—will decide the question," he emphasized. Morgenthau's repcrt was made directly to meeting of UJA National Campaign Cabinet presided over by Julian B. Venetsky, of Peoria. Also participating were UJA National Chairmen William Rosenwald. Morris Rothenberg. Jonah B. Wise and members of the National Campaign Cabinet. Reporting that Israel has made "unbelievable progress" since his first visit there fifteen months ago, Morgenthau told community leaders that "Israel has wonderfui future but I'm worried about its present." He called upon community leaders to take the following actions: 1. Rush all available funds .to UJA headquarters: also to make laigest possible loans from local banks for transmission to UJA; 2. Accept quotas assigned to communities by UJA; 3. Arrange to confer with UJA delegation on pre-campaign budgeting if that has not been done already. Morgenthau declared, "It is impossible for Israel to carry the burden of receiving and caring for all who escaped the fate of the martyred six million Jews of Europe without adequate help from us ... we have been providing less than fiftv cents >fpleach dollar of need." He warned that any reduction of immigration from Arab lands and elsewhere" will be tantamount to writing death warrants for many thousands of Jews," and added that the fate of hundreds of thousands of Jews awaiting emigration to Israel to escape persecution and misery was "in the hands of the Jews of the United States." He called on Jewish communities to constitute themselves "disaster units" to UN Outlines New Jerusalem Plan GENEVA. (JTA)—A plan for organizing the territory of Jerusalem as a "corpus separatum" under the general sovereignty of the United Nations, but at the same time dividing the territory into three portions to be administered respectively by Israel, Jordan and the U.N. was this week presented to the U.N. Trusteeship Council by its president, Roger Garreau of France. (The State Department is attempting to convince the Israel government to accept the Garreau plan, promising that far reaching changes will be made in it, it was learned in Tel Aviv this week. The Israel government, however, has refused to enter into any negotiations on the proposal. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett will appear before Parliament this week to report en the situation in relation to the plan.) The "corpus separatum." Ambassador Garreau proposed, would be established within the boundaries envisaged by the U.N. General Assembly decision to internationalize Jerusalem. It would be under an international regime which would ensure the demilitarization and neutralization of the area. In addition, the territory would be constituted as an economic free zone with neither Israel nor Jordan having any power to collect duties on goods entering or leaving any part of the zone. Freedom of movement and access to the Holy Places in the territory would be guaranteed. Under Ambassador Garreau's plan practically the entire new ct;. would be placed under the authority and administration of Israel, together with the central railway station and the JerusalemTel Aviv railroad. Two Arab quarters of the Old City, together with the Harem Al Sherif, Wadi el Joz and Ab el Zahira sections, as well as the entire American Colony, the Jericho Road, the Nablus Road to the north of the Sheikh Jarrach quarter and the Hebron Road to the southern portion of Bethlehem would be placed under the authority and administration of Jordon. The final section of the zone would be organized as an "International City" under the collective sovereignty of the United Nations and the administration of the Trusteeship Council which would appoint as its representative a Governor of the Holy Places. The historical basis of the "International Citv" is a decree of 1757 of the Turkish Empire. The section under U.N. adminisration would embrace an area taker, in almost equal part from armistice defined occupation zones held bv Israel and Jordan. Included in this area would be: the Wailing Wall; the Church of the Holy Sepulchre; all of Mt. Zion; the Mount of Olives; and M.. Scopus, including the road to the height and the Hadassah Hospital and Hebrew University. The actual territory to be taken from Israel and Jordan to make up the "International City" has not yet been defined. Following an attack on the Garreau working paper by the fraoi delegate to the Council, the members of that body voted to adjourn all discussion of the proposal until next week. The Philippine delegate supported the Iraqi opposition to the plan. The Council also decided to hear all interested parting during the rleoate on tne future of Jerusalem, but would not extend a special invitation to either Israel or Jordan. Executive To Meet The executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will meet Monday, February 6, at 8 p.m. to approve the recrea



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JRUARY 3. 1950 "JewisMprMkun PAGE THREE 7 Say >rt, Miami Beach ranks first among the No city of less tha 50,000 population jf 400 hotels. And that is not counting louses, guest homes, or boarding houses ons in Europe. This amazing development 20 years is almost completely due to trprise. The story takes on a certain epic \Boom [the combined population of the Greater was about 29,000. When the great boom fuck, the center of business, residence, Srts, and pleasures was in Miami proper, ch was then sparsely built, a wilderness flocks, divided by streets mostly unpaved. interests had a chain of about a half |ls. mostly on the bay. The ocean front, the Pancoast and a couple of lesser hotels, all construction. eer subdividers of Miami Beach evidently a wealthy resort with plenty of elbow I limited number of socialites mentioned in To insure an exclusive domain for the |rich, they instituted anti-Semitic policies. jrtments, and large areas of residential restricted to Gentile use and occupation. jth end, several unimposing hotels served 3d. Jewish tourists found welcome and ie Seabreeze and the Nemo on 2nd Street. (ligible apartments on South Beach were led. They stood isolated, a building to a ie vast emptiness. A desolation prevailed have been sad but for the brilliant Ihe dazzling atmosphere, the coconut trees, istling surf. tBust ^ught of building up the emptiness on kch was abandoned with the crash of the boom. When the native optimism, generic Ie. began to reassert itself, the stock market Miami Beach In 1950 By HARRY SIMONHOFF crash of 1929 brought back the gloom. It seemed that Miami proper was destined to be the city; the Beach would continue a suburban island, a Key Largo where one could go for a dip in the ocean. A change, through an unexpected investment, ushered in a new era. The Strath Haven One morning in 1930, Bernard F. Schoenberg came into our office. A successful merchant in Gary, Indiana, he had in the early 1920's converted his business into cash and moved to Miami. He drew his income from investments and anticipated a retired existence in the pleasant, intimate, underpopulated area. Mr. Schoenberg said, "You know that skeleton frame on the ocean near 4th Street?" This structure had been started at the close of the boom. It stood a steel ghost to remind us of the hectic days when a building was born and prematurely died. "What do you think of a hotel on that spot?" "You want to go into the hotel business," we counter-questioned. "No, I want to finance a promoter who plans to finish the skeleton framework. It rests on a firm foundation." We voiced the usual cautionary remarks that lawyers feel necessary to interpose at the inception of a deal. But we agreed that no one could go wrong with a hotel on the ocean front. Because only from the Roney Plaza, the Pancoast, the Wofford, or the Breakers could guests go out of their rooms into the surf. Mr. Schoenberg was satisfied to draw 6'r on his first mortgage. But something went awry. The promoter either pocketed the money, or simply ran short in his miscalculating. After a lot of headache, Mr. Schoenberg was forced to take over and finish the building himself. A Hotel Boom With the Strath Haven Hotel, completed, the problem arose how to make it pay its own way. The former merchant now turned out to be a good hotel man. A good cuisine was introduced to serve delicious food. A deal with the Clyde Steamship Co. brought guests from the weekly tours of incoming boats. People who had prophesied sure failure now watched with astonishment this new venture weathering the blackest of depressions. So if the Strath Haven could do well, then surely there was room for more. Soon another hotel went up in the neighborhood, then another. A new epoch opened which would make Miami Beach a household word throughout the world. The Premiere Resort As the New Deal was replacing the national depression with prosperity, Miami Beach entered a phase of expansion hardly experienced by any other city. Construction went on with breath taking speed. Before Pearl Harbor, it became commonplace for 50 new hotels to spring up annually between Biscayne Bay and the ocean. The world famous resorts of Europe: the Riviera, the Lido, Cannes, Nice, San Remo, seem provincial and antiquated by comparison. The glamorous hotels, the palatial theatres, the swanky night spots, the lively bars, the inviting restaurants, the intriguing shops are exciting the wonder and envy of two continents. Gentleman's Agreement But what is the Gentile reaction to this astonishing Jewish achievement? Does the state and nation appreciate its unique character? Not from stray remarks the traveler catches in smokers or on planes. Gentile resentment, or even disdain, is barely concealed from the tourist on his way to Miami Beach. The look spells: who wants to go to a Ghetto, even a gilded one? A snobbish dowager might condescend to visit a North Beach hotel provided she is carefully shielded behind a Restricted Clientele smoke screen. But during the winter season, a Gentile face is scarcely visible in the opulent splendor of the hotels, or on the most delightful bathing beach in the world. The exclusive caste seggregate themselves in a Surf Club, or a La Gorce Country Club, carefully secluded from contact with the madding Jewish hordes. % my to Mark Way threw Academy will jjewish Arbor Day at IMalke celebration Satsruary 4, at 9 p.m. at Hotel, 1030 15th Stench. The celebration ledicated to the pupils ^dcmy who h ave P ur es for Israel during the ating in the program ibbi Isaac H. Ever. Sol nan, Jacob Schechter Gartenberg. Cantors |er. Berele Kelemer and lamches will offer vocal WISH CUISINE INCHEON SPECIALS INDWICHES OR CREAM WITH riTAGE CHEESE DR CREAM WITH |VEGETABLES UrConditioned lexxaninn Floor Scientist's Life To Be Aired Saturday At 5 The life of Joseph Goldberger, who discovered the cure for pellagra and many other tropical diseases, will be dramatized in the latest episode in the "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans'* series to be heard this Saturday, February 4, at 5 p.m. over radio station WVCG, Coral Gables. Participants in the fifteen minute live panel discussion to follow immediately will be: George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney, who will serve as moderator: Dr. W. Sherry Branning, Greater Miami physician; Mrs. Edgar Miller, public school teacher: and Dr. Niles G. Moren, Miami optometrist. Myron McCormick, noted Broadway actor, stars in the dramatization of Dr. Goldberger's life. The program was produced for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Isaiah Ladies To Meet Monday The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah will hold a meeting at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor on Monday, February 6, at 1:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Dr. Leo M. Levin. A meeting of the board of directors of the sisterhood, to be conducted by President Clara Mae Van Ness, will be held at 12:30 p.m. preceding the regular meeting. Miss Weiss Will Address Aeademy Meeting Feb. 8 Miss Malvina Weiss, principal of the South Beach Elementary School, will be guest speaker at the cultural meeting to be held by the faculty of the Hebrew Academy, with the cooperation of the members of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy Women, on Wednesday, February 8, at :30 p.m. Miss Weiss will speak on "The Home and the School." Cantor Maurice Mamches will render several musical selections, accompanied by Joseph Schreibman at the piano. This event will give the parents and the members of the community an opportunity to meet with the members of the faculty to discuss the progress of pupils attending the academy, as well as the scope of the studies and activities at the institution. Greetings will be extended by Dr. David S. Andron, president of the academy, and Mrs. Alfred Stone, president of the Hebrew Academy Women. Sol L. Sugarman, principal of the school, will serve as chairman of the evening. Zionist Luncheon Club To Hear Jewish Humor The Zionist Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach Zionist District will dedicate its meeting on Wednesday, February o, at 12:15 p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor to "Jewish Humor," according to Alfred Stone, president. Guest of honor will be Dr. M. A. Lipkind, authority on Jewish education and literature. Participating in the program will be Daniel Broad. Louis J. Krensky, S. A. Goodman and Alex Van Straaten, who will tell their favorite stories. Toastmaster will be Harold Shapiro, club chairman, and Zionist news reporter will be Murray Goodman. Daughters Of Israel The Daughters of Israel will meet at the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach, on Tuesday, February 7, at 8 p.m. To Meet Wednesdays The Retail Cleaners and Laundry Association of Miami Beach meets every Wednesday evening at 8:30 at Mendelsohn's Lincoln Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. .*$.' %  c— Ccom od ,„,<,..*•** "**-• ^ .,.*, mm ** SOUR €*** %  %  "<>**rr Miami Office 17i:i N.W. 7th Ave^ Phone 82-47:11 Qjme o/iwmilj&e write Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment —beautifully furnished and decorated throughout. 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PAGE FOUR *jei§tncrkttarL FRIDAY EDITORIAL .i \otable Birthday America's Bov Scouts and leaders, now numbering 2,300.000 strong, are observma the 40th anniversary of their organization from rei 6 to 12. Scoutina has become so woven into the American wav of life it is difficult to recall when our nation did not have this character-building, leisure time program for its youth. Since 1910, more than 16.500,000 American boys end men have had the benefit of the training, fellowship, handicraft skills and high adventure of Scouting. America is all the richer for it. Many men in hiah places in American affairs today proudly credit Scouting's influence in their lives. The year-in, year-out civic and emergencyservice to the nation by Boy Scouts, needs no recite! here. Scouting brings to boys at an important time in their lives a program of worthwhile activities, under high grade volunteer leadership. The need is for more boys to have the advantages of Scout training. Although more than 2,300,000 boys and leaders are now in Scouting, there are thousands of boys still outside the organization. They can get into the fun if more institutions open their doors to them in their own neighborhoods, and if more men interested in boys, volunteer their time as leaders. It's an investment that pays off richly in personal satisfactions. Happy Birthday, Boy Scouts! A MIGHTY PUSH NEEDEDTrws For Israel Chami?a Asar B'Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day, will be celebrated at synagogues and religious schools and throughout the community this weekend. A: that time an appeal for the sale of trees for Israel will be made by the Jewish National Fur.c Council of Greater Miami. The council will also make use of the Jewish radio programs in its drive for trees. As a noted author and lecturer who is now :-.g in Miami expressed it, "The Battle for the Peace is far more dramatic than the war with the .=." Part of that battle is converting the barren wasteland into rich, fruitful farmland and forests. "To plcnt c single tree in Israel one must water it every cay for three years." Let's make this weekend effort a success. 1 Liring i^anguaqe With the establishment of trie Stm there has been in America and thro world a renascence of Jewish culture at least partially manifested itself in an in Hebrew as a living, growing lanmJi Until a few years ago, only a handful^ offered Hebrew courses—and these only j divinity and archaeology students. Since of the Jewish State, where Hebrew colleges throughout the nation have Hebrew courses to their curricula, and it same status as Spanish, French, Russian. In addition, high pchocls and schools are now offering it as a modern "a and colleges are accepting it cs second^ language requirements. In the vanguard of schools offerinq ;-; .J the University of Miami. This week in tion of the interest which the univei. displayed in the Hebrew language, the Miami Jewish community is presenting a. Dr. Doren Tharp, dean of the college ol" arts. The addition of Hebrew at the unr evidence of an alert, progressive ad cognizant of changes in the world and to the needs of its students. This highly gratifying renascence is fleeted in the growth of institutes for adult education. There are now in Miami three institutes. One is conducted under the of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth Beth El and the Miami Jewish Community a second is sponsored by the Miami Beach)! Center; and the third—and youngest-iiB by Temple Beth Sholom. There are now -*B hundred adults enrolled in these workshop! offer courses in Hebrew, Yiddish, literature! history, the bible, and numerous oth of Jewish interest. The enthusiastic response to these veals a maturity of interest among c which insures the perpetuation of oi It is a sclutory sign. D k li€rali I nil SI airs Dance First ;: %  .: %  >.. :ier dance of the Greater Mi imi Chapter of the Deborah Tuberculosis Society •.vill be hi Id it 1 Bi i imber :. W nt by Mrs R M. Levine. i sidenl %  Ritz Brothi Vic Damone. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Abbott Karlin. who is being assisted by Louis Adler, Mrs Raymond Rubin and Julius Jay Perlmutter, co-chairmen, and MrSara Holland. Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmuttcr. Mrs Herbert S. Shapiro. Mrs. Mary Siesorak and Mrs. Ira C. Walsey. Reservations may be made bv calling Mrs Karliri Mrs. Levine or Mrs. Perlmutter llaclassali Crou| To > %  ''! Moiidav Thi Mi ness and nee I y B Y, ... ; .. • ;_ m G n. president Gui st Si [ II, past pr • nt M Zionist Disl i r I Di Zev C i. v speak n oi the C ml ii I J \ %  %  Both llavifl To Install Officers Beth David will hold its first installation of officers at the m synagogue on Sunday. February 5. at 3 p.m. To be inst Hi : ; A Sterling, presi I nt: S lm Lef...". vice pn Mot Feingold, recording rel F A. Rose, fin • tary: Harry Sin* i irer. Member! thi :" directors include Nat: Ban lei David Bi wn, Alex Cohen. Samuel Di ks n, Gordon. Harvey Herman, .' %  ham Kasow, Harry Laufi Markowitz, Stanley C. Myers. Ai Quadow. Edward Safer. Herbert Scher. Jacob Sher, S. J. Spe Alexander Steiber. Samuel V. sel and Samuel Traurig. The program will feature the presentation of a new Sefer Torah by Mr. and Mrs. Hi :.. Cohen in h n n M C hen's M Edith Cohen Lou:s Heimanis] man and Jac b Sher will %  ling ::. %  Cant : M M %  %  David C thi jon f Leon S fl ipate .:: thi pi gram, Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Flonaian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Viam, 18. Florida. En. tered as second-class matter July 4 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act cf March 3. 1879. The Jewish F or d an h:,s absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weakly.' Member of the Jew.sh Tele. Oraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, Natia-oi En tor Association. Amen, cm Association of English. Jewish Ne wspapers. F lorida P-ess Association. doea : ••• I • • SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 3 00 Two Years $5.00 llaiio.uet Sfaleil For SuiMla v \ii>lif The Peopli Toui ist C f G eati M II -in: Hias emi fund F '.' • Hotel 114 I n Drive, M Bi %  : This :: %  y L ii i Hi : .:. mi •:. : I :. Vi tor. wh I I is : in 1 Millet yh tpense quet so that all ] II the Hia %  yeai 's banquet .: ... .. mem irial I >i Mi L M passed ten will be Rah: :.-. n g I Max SI aj i nd It Mi schi :: Appell Unveiling : a monument mory of the late Morris A tell, formerly of 1244 N.W. St will take place Sunday. ry 5 at 3 p.m. at Mt. Sinai N.W 137th St. at 7th Ave.. Rabbi Murray Grauer .. Mr Appell is survived v. id i".. Yetta. three :. thers and three sisters. Arare being made by Palmer' Miami Monument Co. lives and friends are asked tend. To Honor Rabbi Ever Rabbi Isaac II. Ever, spiritual idei if Kneseth Israel Congregation, will be honored at a tim inial banquet. Sunday, February 19. at 8 p.m. at the Victor 12th St. and Ocean Dr.. Beach. n —— %  Yiddish Plays! For IM.i/a Mil The Plaza Theatre >J featured Yiddish vaudevM ing recent • now* to its stage "G .i Mar. anifl starring the n ted Y:di;:l Maurice Schwartz. Thei which will begin a week's M ment. on Tuesday, FebJ has a fine supporting m eluding Bertha Gerstal Shlifko, Morris Strassbe.il lotte Goldstein, Anatolej gradoff, Yndel Dubuuki Gustow Berger. All seats! reserved with prices rangT $1 to $3 plus tax. Saturtf Sunday matinees will 2:30 with evening pen* 01 for the entire week st '8:30. Tag Day Scheduled V. Jewish v.",,: Vetei an I Create! ;.: ..._ W JIJ ; __ m Thursday, Fi | \.; pr >*• %  — ; %  t Pratt Gen H pitdi. Chai. men i •. %  : B Si • Z : I Bea S mon FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street \ nlume 23 Number 5 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1950 SHEVAT 16, 5710 Israel Stocks, Bonds To Be Sold In Miami St '(•!;• | boi industr 1. finan utilities mpanii %  n : %  • c ': k, whose regist ati n broker-deal T in fl wed by l I ida Securities cording to A. 11 S: : and president of the r, who has been yisitinc in M for the past 'three u i registered representative ol I company will establish an office in Miami Beach within a very short time. ceremor^te^^Vsun^^r.M 1 ^"^^ Sefe To which th.y presentdl* g£2 ascua-'pjS* 2 1 ^ & !e Ph,lip Catsm n lamilT --^^ %  irsct is mayor of Cora.



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3RUARY 3, 1950 +Jewish fhrMian PAGE FIVE ite Adds Courses fcw courses have been Ihe curriculum of the \t Jewish Studies for the second semester, begin Monday, FebIt 7 p.m. Jewish Life" will be lof one, which will deal fitical periods in Jewish will reveal the impact Icultures upon Judaism, considered will be: [Hellenism, Pharisaism, lulsion, Ghetto, Reform, Bon and Nationhood, will be given by a (acuity of Rabbis Isaac eph Rackovsky, Max =on Kronish, Irving >imon April and Harry Sydney Greenberg, jnalci Michelson. [course called "The Resrael" will deal with history of Palestine. [^ill be Dr. Michelson. jurse in beginners He' also be offered. |to be continued are the ided courses in Hebrew ih. the Bible, and con1 Yiddish literature. The fcludes Louis Schwartzfomerantz, floseph Huron Kurman and Mrs. \IMMII Our Advertisers Homar Cracker Is All-Purpose Cracker If you haven't tasted Homar Crackers as yet, you don't know what you're missing! Homar Crackers are so fresh, so crisp— they practically melt in your mouth! Everyone in your family will be delighted with them—at meals and in between. Homar Crackers are wonderful as a quick snack with tea or coffee for grownups—with milk or cocoa for the youngsters. They're exMuster To Be Held A muster of the Coral Gables Post 243, Jewish War Veterans, will be held Tuesday. February 7, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The post will meet first and third Tuesday of each month. cellent with appetizers of all kinds—spread them with butter, jam, peanut butter, cheese with chopped liver, chopped eggs, fish—anything you like! They're the all-purpose cracker that's just the thing for every occasion — whether you're serving meat or dairy foods. And Homar crackers may be used at any time, because they're Kosher and Parve—a product of Horowitz-Margareten, bakers of "The Matzoh with the Taste 1 famous for over 65 years, and producers of other quality Kosher products which are favorites in the Jewish home. The taste tells you they're good the name tells you they're Kosher! So get them at your supermarket or food store as soon as you can. Ition will take place at lEl at 7:15 p.m. There (fee except $1 for regisirther information may led by phoning the Jewish Education, litutc of Jewish Studies Outlining plans for the Champagne Dance to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Masada at the Cadillac Hotel Saturday, February 4. at 8:30 p.m. are (1. to r.) Harriet Smuckler. Samuel Soldinger, Gil Rappaport and Suzanne Kochen. Ileaeh Masada To Hold Dance Miami Beach Masada will present its second annual Champagne Dance on Saturday, February 4, from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach, according to Gil Rappaport, president. Music will be furnished by the Casa Blanca Orchestra and floor d by the Bureau of ; s how will feature Ilya West and vid, his dancers, Samuel Soldinger at the piano and Barbara Brenner, singer. Soldinger, fund-raising chairman, heads the committee in bnd the Miami |y Center. Jewish luller To Sing : ebruary 14 limunity Concert Series, |by the Miami Beach Y, ent baritone, Marko • Tuesday, February 14, teach High School. Ithmuller concert was Bchoduled for a January was postponed to allow |r to accept a European Iwon critical tribute for |thmuller, Critic Jerome of the New York Trib"As much at home on |rt platform as in the His voice is an extraflexible and sensuously medium. Sheer lovelilund perceptiveness and |cert is the third in the five concerts presented imunity Concert Series. the February 14 ap[>f Rothmuller, the group ent the Jose Limon Impany February 27. ithau Speaks lorgenthau, Jr., spoke Bnic hookup from New meeting of the Jewish federation of Hollywood y in the Flamingo Room Dllywood Beach Hotel. complete report of his to Israel. <> *i* tfcr\*a, • %  M W -.1 „i • "1 i J Itzkl Alster. 13 year old cantor, will present a concert at Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday, February 5. at 8 p.m. He will also sing at the Miami Beach High School on Sunday evening, February 19, under the auspices of the North Shore Jewish Center. The boy cantor is widely known throughout most cities in the United Slates and Canada. A native of New York, he is studying at Yeshiva College there. He will be accompanied by H. R. Spector, choirmaster. Pittsburghers To Meet The Pittsburgh Club will meet Tuesday, February 7, at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. SHER KILLED HERMAN POULTRY 87 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach tee Delivery Phone 58-1839 ider supervision Rabbis Meschelofi 8c Rackovsky Retail at Wholesale Prices Operating over 50 years from Maine to Florida Assures you top quality at reasonable prices WHEN IN MIAMI VISIT OUR BRANCH 237 N.W. 5th Street Phone 3-7584 P o u L T R Y o\ 3* Cakes—Bread —Pastries 1349 Washington Ave.. M. B. Telephone 5-7117 WATCH FOR OUR MONDAY AND TUESDAY SPECIALS DON'T MISS THESE DELECTABLE TREATS And a Complete Variety of the Finest in CAKES -frvRfflilfl charge of arrangements. Assisting him are Jean Office, arrangement; Harriet Smuckler, door; Leo Fleischer, entertainment; Doris Aronson, publicity; Suzanne Kochen, correspondence; Rappaport, posters. t\ w *.' The name of Mrs. Mollie Whitlner, active member of Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach, will be inscribed in a room in Ain Keren in Israel, according to an announcement by Mis. Joseph Mintzes, chairman of the Moatzai Hapoalot for the group. Mrs. Whittner, vice chairman of the Moatsal Hapoalot, is also a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Kneseth Israel Congregation, the Miami Beach YM and WHA, Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary and the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Obituaries MRS ROSE FRIEDMAN 40. of 2113 S.W. Tith St., passed away Monday. A former resident of Haitimore, she Is survived by her husband, Sam; a son Henry, and a daughter Bonnie; her father, Hyman Whitehorn; and two brothers. Services were held at (Jordon's Funeral home on Wednesday with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. NATHAN BRYNES Of lfiflO S.W. 11th St., passed away Saturday. January 21. He Is survived by his wife, Rose, and three daughters. MOISHE OYSHER Master Singer oj His People IN A RENDITION OF A WEEKDAY M A ARI V AND CONCERT — ONE NIGHT ONLY — Sot. Feb. 4th—8:15 P.M. MIAMI BEACH IEWISH CENTER 1701 WASHINGTON AVE. For Reservations Call 58-2503 At night open from 7:30 to 10 P.M. Sponsored by Sisterhood of Miftmi Be.Ch M*fh Center The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, informs the public that: 1. Meat Markets without the sign of the GMVH fl 1D 3 displayed are not supervised and endorsed by the Vaad; 2. Chickens without the ring of the GMVH %  1 D 3 are not supervised and endorsed by the Vaad; 3. Hotels and Restaurants may buy kosher meets and yet not be Kosher; 4. Chickens with the GMVH ring H 1 0 3 are endorsed only when they are freshly killed and not when they are frozen. For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec. A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treas. 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m.f~AictnrrMir*r FRIDAY. •I:" PAGE SIX \nrlli Shoro Init Plan* Luneheon North Shore Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith will sponsor a luncheon and games party atthe Shen v Frontenac Hotel on Wednesda'v. February 8. at 1 p.m., announced Mrs. Mark Silverstein, president. Co-chairmen in charge of ways and means committee are Mrs. George Levenson and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman. Mrs. Leon I is in charge of reservationi nd Mrs. Melvin Altman will direct the publicity committee. Ti may be secured by calling Mrs. Rapee. Launch New Publication Launched this week was the Florida Hotel News, special trade journal for the hotel field sponsored by the Miami Beach Hotel Association. Even before publication. Florida Hotel News became the official organ for the Hotel Greeters of America. Tropical Charter No. 19. and the International Hotel Sales Managers Association. South Florida chapter. Other supporters include the South Florida branch. International Stewards and Catrers Association. Inc. The publication will be issued monthly, and will cover features on hotel operation, employment, hotel promotions, and business ideas. It will serve as a clearinghouse for hotel news from the entire state of Florida. Staffing Florida Hotel News is Sam Kaplan, managing editor. with Helen Alpert. editor. Saul Cnaftez, art director. Tom Johnson, advertising manager. Dedicated To Sisterhood Friday evening services at Beth El will be dedicated to the sisterhood. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, sisterhood president, and Mrs. Murray Grauer will participate. Shangri-La? By ALEXANDER F MILLER Southern D:..:. ADL All of Ami rneyed in La on th. Seoi romantic V bride. But onlv a chosen fe all thi A cans v P esident Bai lemocracy I .. actually followed him groun Is of H ti % %  % %  %  ~ % %  I thrown across the gateu M •• fa from entering. Last wet K Mr. and Mrs a Atlanta. Ga.. accompanied by three friends motored Cloisters. They there by the recent publicity and wanted the honor of lun the same dining room in w thtir Vice President had eaten. "Only in a free country like the United States." Mr. S observed, "may ordinary citizens liki to the same places as top government officials. Now :n Russia you can't get near Stalin; in Nazi Germany no one was allowed within miles of Hitler's Shangi :La, Berchtesgarden. Thank goodness, there's nothing like thai here." At the Cloisters. Mr. S. registered at the hotel desk, a necessary formality before lunch. The clerk looked at the card and then turned it over. "Gentile?" he wrote on the back. Mr. S., whose grandfather had fought for the Confederacy and who himself is a veteran of World War I. shook his head negatively. "I'm sorry," the clerk shrugged his shoulders. "This hotel is for Christians only." Take it from there. Mr. Vice President! Opera Tiekets New On Sato Ticket sale for the Miami Opera Guild Pagliac. .... | of Suzanne ling to Dr. March 18. 20 %  •' %  ,. at Burd : shop. Amidons in C .rai Mi Beach Radio -An all-Mi I litan Opera st will pi : main the leads li Fil %  .' i : Mary Thompson. Band Organized •; %  ; ti en-ag< j • % %  • unity has : "own band, ace ling I Don Matlin. ist, who has assumed x-man outfit. The .. preparing ill-Miami teen\ -how to be given February is al the .-enter. Proeeds will g to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appi al Form Bowling League The Esquire Boys Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center, has organized a bowling league, which meets at the Lucky Strike Bowling Alleys every Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Leading keglers in the league are Howard Fisher. Allen Brown. Jerry Phillips. Herb Finkelstein. Jack Horvitz, Mel Yanuck, Stan Cohen. Art Fleisher and Harvey Cogert. The group meets every Tuesday evening at the center at 8 p.m. Community Planning Forum To be Conducted The Young Adult Planning Committee of the Miami Beach Y has scheduled a forum on "Community Planning" for February 8 at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Participating will be William Elliot, president of the North Beach Businessmen's Association .onl member of the Miami Beach Planning Board; Max C. Gettinger in charge of planning for the 'Greater Miami Jewish Federation; 1 and Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Miami Beach Y. Board Meeting Slated The dessert board meeting of the Women's Division. Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress, will be held on Wednesday. February 8. at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mollie Eisenmann. 211 S.W. 19th Ave. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Phone 4-0335 1813 S. W. 21at Terrace EDDIE ALPER 1938-19' 1942 -1945 1946-'949 The chart above lells the graphic story of how infantile paralysis has surged upward—more than 182,000 cases in the past 12 years. With mounting polio incidence has come a sharp rise in the costs of providing medical care for the stricken. 11 is for this reason that the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis faces a crisis during its March of Dimes campaign Ihis January. Helo meet the nsing tide of polio by contributing generously to the f/fae/iA* <0N0IN1(D "I ^BARLEY MUSH .SOUR on eve/u/wMt,! ROKEACH i2§x?!? ROKEACH KOSHER SOUPS 'iciou? 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S 7 Distributed by Palm Distributors, Ine—14 N.E. 24thst., Miami—Phong 3. 6866 MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed ... Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "" H't Gla*i W Har If 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. 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JRUARY 3. 1950 vJewlsti flcrldfairi PAGE SEVEN jader Issues >r Volunteers it plea for volunteers | solicitors in the 1950 Jewish Appeal was is[week by Mrs. Louis fcairman of the metroIt of the campaign, iser made a special plea Idents of every Jewish in the city, urging provide their quota of or the campaign." Mrs. Snted out that in order \e huge sum of money local community is upon to give, it will ry to have an army of Ithan 1,000 volunteer date about 500 workolunteered, according asser. She pointed out ear's campaign will be me. "Locally," she said, confronted with the raising more than ward the anticipated deficit of Mt. Sinai e are also undertaking mation of our various volved in recreational o set up the machinery entual merger, we are n to make an extra )f some $26,000. ition to these special we are confronted eeds for raising more 0 for the Refugee ReService. All these extra point to the need for Ail campaign. We cannot %  iii:.-vi' success unless we J)l>


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f-W!3! 58*5SS w•:. L :s. to Eugene I. Somberg son ol Mr. and Mrs. Philip rg, 1753 S.W. 19th Ave. ide-elect, a graduate of High School, attended the of Georgia and is now -tjdent at the University of i, where she is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Sjmberg is an alumnus of Miami High School, where he was a member of Sigma Rho fraternity He attended the University t Fljiida. where he was associated with the Cavaliers, a ma* of the freshman class ex council and the junior a fraternity count:!. He gradn from Emory University andi longs to Alpha EpMlun'frata He served in the armed overseas for two and a half j_ The ceremonv will take pi June 18. Benefit Luncheon •'• -": :: nd Mrs. I. R :.' : "I". • '• One .: %  '-• M Minn ;;, assiste I ent I the :: ... was thl :. %  'sing events to be spons:r 8 to Mrs. H, n & Mr. David Rosner invites you to DINNER AT THE DELMONICO .Nat.o'.ai'y Famous KOSHER CUISINE B' ng the Family Mooerate Prices to** 0 H X* x 0 c* p CONDITIONED HAROLD VINSON Package Party Planned Ladies Auxiliary of the th Israel Congregation wili | hold its first package party on .Sunday. February 12. at 8 p.m. in 'the social hall : the synagogue, Mrs. Esther E:senstein. president, i lunced. Associate of Louis N. Po4 Miami Beach Real Estate a ; says: "I have always recoil value in real estate and I tl.anks to FARR TOURS. I : learned to recognize real valor | well arranged travel. FARR "Your Travel A!| n„. -J r. i I ei a oaturdav mc David. Relatives and friends are invited to ott.nd MRS K S£\%^S ^ SA^L BUKE


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lY, FEBRUARY 3. 1950 +Je*lsbfk>rkHati PAGE NINE ^ Miss Turk Reveals Wedding Plans lille B. Simon rollial Told Lucille Betty Simon has Feb. 19 for her wedding lert P. Blate. Announcement %  engagement and approachlarriage was made by her Jr. Mrs. Belle A. Simon, New who is visiting here and J remain until after the lony. bride-elect, daughter' of te Jesse M. Simon, New lis a graduate of the Calhoun \\ New York, and attended rie Webster School in lgton and Ohio State UniT. She is a member of Delta Tau sorority. Blate formerly of New is now residing in Miami V. He attended New York Irsity and served for three with the Air Force in the kean Theatre. His parents Je late Mr. and Mrs. Maurice He, New York. ior Mrs. Bean ladies of Coral Gables It District honored Mrs. J. Bean at a luncheon and party at San Juan Restaurtonday. f. Bean, who leaves shortly arleston, S. C, where her ig to W. King Keyersling lake place on February 19, presented a piece of sterling as a g|J£; Guests present Mesdames Meyer Fine, Is Simon, A. Abramovitz, Ian R. Lyons, Oscar Lelchuk, Veidberg, E. Jacobsfln, P. \. S. Sanders, L. Toloff, J. %  nan, M. Barkin and S. lowich. •urdine's IIRRO HEART MOLD SET 10 PIECES PURE ALUMINUM $1.50 1 set jht, easy-baking set conof two large layer cake is and eight matching iller molds. Fine Mirro ium cleans easily, ?B bright! Delightful set to ce festive Valentine cakes tarts ... Special demonsion -in the department lorrow! Burdine's, Miami. HouMwirn, Fifth Floor Joyce Kerzin To Wed Mandell Glicksberg Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Kerzin, 1573 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to Mandell Glicksberg. son of Dr. and Mrs. Herman Glicksberg, 1210 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Both Miss Kerzin and her fiance were graduated from Miami Beach High School and are students at the University of Florida. The bride-elect also attended Florida State University and the University of Wisconsin. She will gra'duate in June. For the last two years she has served as president of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and is secretary of Phi Alpha Theta, national history honorary. Mr. Glicksberg, senior in the law school, is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, of which he was recently elected treasurer. Wedding Plans Revealed The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Ann Shklair to Martin Martel, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Usdansky, 1116 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, have been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, 911 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. The ceremony will take place February 4 at the Victor Hotel with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. The bride-elect, who is originally from Chicago, is a graduate of the University of Illinois and is now attending the University of Miami. Mr. Martel, a graduate of the University of Miami, is now taking graduate studies in sociology there. The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Marjorie Jane Turk to Dr. William J. Simon of Louisville, Ky., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Turk, 2127 S.W. 5th St. Miss Turk will be attended by Miss Sheila Turk as maid of honor and Mrs. Harold Turk as matron of honor. Gil Rappaport of Miami Beach will serve as best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Simon of Frankfurt, Ky. The bride-elect attended North Carolina State College in Raleigh. Dr. Simon, a graduate of the University of Louisville, is an honorary member of Alpha Omega fraternity. He served as a captain in the dental corps for three years in Japan and the Philippines. The wedding will take place February 12 in Miami Beach and the couple will reside in Louisville, where Dr. Simon is practicing. I Card Party Scheduled Women's Club 692 of the Workmen's Circle will hold a card party on Sunday, February 5, at 8 p.m. at the lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Chairman of the event is Mrs. M. Shear. Mrs. Ida Spivack is publicity chairman. Cardiac Home Unit To Meet Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday, February 8, at 1:30 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Program chairmen, Mrs. B. B. Wolff and Mrs. Michael Miller, will present Miss Dolly Kramer of Henry Kramer's Hollywood Midgets in a presentation of torch songs. Mrs. Gertrude Lachs will preside. Prominent guests at the orthodox Delmonico Hotel in Miami Beach include Mr. and Mrs. Simon KaJz of Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr. Katz is a leader in Broklyn's Empire Blvd. Shtibel. the famous Chassidic prayer-house, and well-known in the Mizrachi movement. Special friends of theirs also on vacation at the Delmonico are Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph H. Lookslein of New York. The Katzes will spend a month at the hotel. 25th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 25 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Topic Announced I Rabbi Leon Kronish at services "God and the American People" | J*** evenin at Temple Beth will be the topic discussed by Sholom. THE NEWEST, FINEST PASTRY SHOP IN THE SOUTH! STAR PASTRY SHOP 1677 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLAFOR DELIVERY SERVICE CALL 58-7530 See one of the newest finest pastry shops in the South ... thi unique new shop features a glass-enclosed bakery open to the view of the oubtic in order that you may watch every operation. HUNGARIAN AMERICAN JEWISH BAKING ONLY JEWISH BAKERY ON MIAMI BEACH Under strict Rabbinical Supervision Mr. Star is a Member of the Board of Director* of Beth Jacob Synaqogue MOST DELICIOUS FRIDAY-NIGHT CHALLES IN THE SOUTH1 SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEDDINGS. BAR MITZVAHS AND OTHER SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Alvin Rosanblum. son of the Joseph Ronseblums. 1568 Drexel Art. 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PAGE TEN 9-Jmistncridiari FRIDAY, FE BRUAav RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Northside Jewish Center, 62*1 N.W. First Ct. Sundaj Bchool classes every Sunday at the office of Dr. ffm, Horos, 6o.> N.W. C2nd .-i Hebrew classes under •direct!';! of Rev. Philip FVIed at >.."l N.w. 41 !t Ave. on Mondayi ana n %  6 %  from 4 to 6 p.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening 1 servl res at S p.m. s %  %  : i! | %  .>i vices at s. Sunday school 1" a in. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd. (Conservative). I'l.n.r. rvenlns services at 8:30 i: \v. (ioldntpln ill ofl An < %  %  • ; Shabbat i:i iheld follow, %  • en Ices. Membei nnd •-.i in attend Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Canto: Joseph W. Malek; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. ii v '"' Rabh Skoi imej Shabbat in v Sal .' day mm nlnn Tom h • i: Jui %  V >ulh Gi ip w : %  c;. ... .t.-.l.i.\ night al s. Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish Center, 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Israelite Center (General). 3346 S.W. 241h St. nervli es at 7:S0 a m. and 5:30 p.m. .• day morning services at 9. Temple Emanu-El (Reform), 1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi. Ftiii.i'. 1" Pi Ranvon Congregation Young Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. \\ ( %  ;..' -. seiIi es %  n m Sal %  i Iicha on needkaj *\ 5:1 %  <,:i I • S iturday Mlncha al 3 .. ,| lij Khaki* Seudos. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Orthodox), 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac • Ever. Minrho Friday al • K\ : %  Refresl • ,: : "' %  the I %  %  ,. \: 1:1 will deli' iVe. followed S and Shall S, Ion Zn Maarlv I ,• services at s ,,,::, Hebrew %  1 ndaj at Id a.m. Temple 13etn s>noiom (Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening si Rabbi Kr"l Hi : Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Milton Freedman. I iv..-.. Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Krld.1] • %  %  %  • conducted l>> lr. Ja ob H K who will Short Wav in (! sorxh l> kVeitheimi ;. %  will be Harrv V, Sin on*, host II man:' Mrs. Elrj St. i M .;. rdon Davis nnd Mr* A. Pel Katurda; morning -• %  %  • The mernb. of tl l|>ate. Congregation Beth Uavid i (Conservative). Coral Way and Mj Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro, ne Maurice Mamches. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681* N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morntnf at .uo Congregation beth Tiilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hackovsky. T'Ferelh Israel Congregation of MuItTorthodox). 4302 N.W. 7th A r Mday'vnlBc services at 5 p.m; morning al %  %  :::•. a.m All lent thai ares are "' vlte<1 t0 Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. %  • -Ida ,ng servlcea at 5:45. i,l.,v evening forum at 1:15. || discusa "A I'n in Bhabbatl followa. The f f Servli •Saturday topic will be the Bible Upon Mis in:, class Hi • %  :'"> | b Ml i ha and Maarlv Bat Mitsfl ih servlcea Sunday followed by a Bar -• s ," l ^ ., M 1 i"','1 V Hebrew school dally B:ls i" Dan. ., vices al 7::>'> a.m. I i i>.m Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. 3,1 Saturday morning ,„.., Mitsvah of Alvln,,>!."* %1 of Mrs Fanny s ,: h n lS\ place. Dally sirvtSJ^J* *J 5:48 p.m. e at 3 n] Congregation Beth B d dox). v590 S.W. 17th J Murray Grauer. Holsum %  •tils Out APW Type Roll** Piping hot rolls will pop from home ovens all over town this week with introduction of a revolutionary new "Brown 'n Serve'* roll baking process perfected by General Mills. According to officials of the Holsum Bakery, the new rolls will lighten the homemaker's tasks. It's all because the new "'Brown 'n Serve" rolls, as in'.rctluced here by Holsum. are white but fullv formed rolls all ready for browning. The housewife merely places them in her home oven until they're golden brown. They emerge ready for the table. Packed in trays. "Brown 'n Serve" rolls will keep ready for quick baking for several days on a yantry shelf, two weeks in a refrigerator, and for months in a home freezer. For years laboratories at flour mills, bakeries and other allied industries have been searching for such products. The problen to develop a baking method for bakt that produced rolls to the point oi lull volume and rigidity without any semblance of crust colo:. Furthermore, the rolls had to have the same texture, flavor and aroma as rolls baked by other methods. Finally a method was discovered that met the necessary requirements and the rolls were r.amert "Brown 'n Serve." HIM. Chapter To Sponsor Donee B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter N 14 will sponsor a "Heart Throb Dance" on February 11 at the Miami Beach Y. accordin Carole Jaffee, president. Planninu the affair an R it Sundell. Enid Pallant, Ros Lask. Rhoda Teller. Clain Weiss and Gloria Windson, The chapter nitiated new members at a candlelight cor, mony Wednesday at the home of Geraldine Janis. Rabbi I Lehrman officiated at I: ifl I Besides Miss Yaffee. officers if the group are Tobv Goluskin v president; Joy Davison, Renee Citrin, treasure?: Claire Weiss, historian. 1 %  : Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes:heloff. & will be held evening %  %  %  11 %  en >. %  ...... %  I %  %  North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 916 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. %  h„ nl.li will MK-ak .... .u Satui .I • Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Pi .1 -. • • S:i t urd • H • .: Mini ha sen ., |, it servlc. • I %  %  %  •• ,| ,\ service :it 8:30 p.m. •., preach on "A sings i.iv es Forever, In Music Month. At Temple Isaiah (Reform) M Bay Road. Miami Be.ch M Moshay P. Mann. ""l Friday evening -. \ ,... .1 c-ontlui'ted l,\ ir with Dr. Paul B. ,. Cantor sS '• w"l '"• "Should MernS l-'l.!, inBanctlone i i ts Sundas Q*u* CHICKED ScJUPj! betteA, than em! HOROWIT MARGARETEI CONDENSED KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS WITH -f-r. MATZOH ••'£" BALLS • WITH ,rKREPLACH Y' Council To Meet The B"nai B'rith Count Greater Miami will hold .. met 'ing Thursday. February 2. at p.m. in the Council Ofl Seybold Building, :t is am by George .1. Bertman. | WITH • ^ NOODLES H WITH RICE CLEAR •*. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hsvs your root repaired now; you will I.IVI on a new roof later "Sltisfactory Work by Expsritncsd Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avinui PHONE 4.5*80 WET WASH 5c lb Blue Tlibbon FIRST 10 LBS—59c Also ROUGH DRY AND THRIFTY SERVICES AT EQUALLY LOW RATES We can do ALL your Laundry & Dry Cleanina FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY PHONE 3-0753 3-0754 1403 N. W. 7th Ct. "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than richee." Proverb* GORDON FUNERAL — HOMESYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES The foiU 1*11 Th mmm* tails yew it'i • you il'i fo4 ... t Distr.DL.ted by Palm Distributors, Inc. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami PhontU r !" n y arS the name GORDON has been associated With service to Gr *ater Miami Jew.sh causes In your t,m e of need e| 1P you as we have done for other grateful families GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenu. Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 JO?L. PLUMMER Funeral Director IIIOH i; FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE \OW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-592 LISTEN TO BIRNBAUM'S JEWISH RADIO PROGRAM WMBM 800 ON YOUR DIAL SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. SUNDAYS 4:30 to 5:30 P.M. 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fcAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1950 +Jeis*rk*:kHafi PAGE ELEVEN Her Opens Office rshon S. Miller announced opening of offices for the al practice of law, suite 314 Albion Building, 311 Lin[iioad. Miami Beach. ller entered the armed forces Miami in May, 1941, and for five years, two of were overseas. Upon his Ration, he completed his legal ation at the University of li School of Law. where he fcd as comment editor of the Quarterly and graduated honors. active participant in comity affairs. Miller is vice rman of the Miami Beach gr of the American Veterans littee, vice president of |ical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and advocate of the Miami Post of the Amvets. He is member of the Hillel AdCommittee, the YMHA, and liami Beach District of the chairman of the publication littee of the Miami Beach 1 Association, member of the County and Florida Bar ciations, and member of the itive board of Freedom ter inaugurating the first Ida chapter of the Nu Beta lion National legal fraternity, erved as the first chancellor ^e chapter at the University iami School of Law and was itly re-elected for his third as national grand marshal!. the past two years Gershon ^r was associated with Mayor Jd Turk and Joel P. Newman le practice of law. %  ^^^^ BJtfllfe ^^ %  S^-^ SB wB&^r ,^pW)| ^B ft' 1 ^ ^% ^TjfcJ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 129712. ELMER K. HBLDT, riaintlff, vs. LOUISE HELDT, Defendant. TO: LOUISE HELDT, Residence Unknown You are hereby notified that a mil of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against > mi, and you are Required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, E. I'nul Beatty, whose address Is SSI Beybold Building. Miami. Florida, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE > NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 28530 In Re: ESTATE OF EDITH WILLETT 8URKEIN, also known as EDITH WILLETT. IDA WILLETT. and IDA WILLETT SURKEIN. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, ami each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any | which iH enclosed herewith, on I'M i ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 129629. SAM BEITSCH. Plaintiff, vs. MARY BEITSCH. Defendant. TO: MARY BEITSCH 815 Delniar Si. Loula, Missouri You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, a eo-• of claims and demands which you, either of yon; may have against the estate of EDITH WILLETT SIRKHI.Y. deceased, late of New York and file the original Answer or Pleading; in the office of the clerk of the County, V Y.and Dade 4 ounty.ITor. Circuit Court on or before the 27th Ida, to the Hon. \\. F. BLANTON, day of February, 1980, If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in tin Bill of Complaint. County Judge of Dade County,, anil filr the same in his office in the County Courthouse In bade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the This notice shall be published once date of the first publication hereof Gershon Miller LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ndersigned, desiring to engage in fes under the fictitious name of BEST VACUUM CLEANER MR at number 1727 S.W. 8th In the City of Miami, Florida. to register the said name with etk of the Circuit Court of Dade ly, Florida. EDMUND F. RYDZEWSKI CHARLES W. FISHER IPVITZ & ARONOVITZ i-\ s eybuld Bldg., li. Fla. 7-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23.598. In Re: ESTATE OF EVA MINSKOFF. Deceased. To All Creditors anil All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of EVA MINSKoFF. deceased, !:t of DADE County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the Cl.iunty 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 the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 25, A.D. I960. SAUL MINSKOFF, As Administrator of the Estate of EVA MINSKOFF. Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator 2/3-10-17-24 each week for four consecutive weeka in TlllO JEWISH PLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 24 day of January, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, circuit Coort, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. E. PAUL BEATTY Attorney at Law (87 Beybold Building Miami 32. Florida 1/27" 2/3-10-17 Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid. Or same will lie barred. See Section 120 of the 1833 Probate Act. Date January Kith, A D, I960. THEODORE .1. BAKOWITZ. As Ancillary Administrator of the Estate of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN. Deceased. 1/20-27 2/3-10 tiff's attorney, and file the originaf in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the aOtn day of February, 1950. otherwise thealfegations of suit! Bill will be tak.eti as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th, day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By G. C. LEWIS. JR.. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney K17 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 1/27 2/3-10-17 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 21795. RE: ESTATE OF JACOB WEINER, Deceased. .. NOTK*E is hereby given that have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased; and that on the 27 day of February. 1950 I will apply to the Honorable W F. Blanton, County Judge of Dado Countv, Florida, for approval of said final "report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased. This 20 day of January, UM. BERTHA WEINER. WEINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN & W I" 1V ST E1N 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. Attorneys for Estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased. 1/27 2/3-10-17 fc 40TICE BY PUBLICATION IE CIRCUIT SOURT OF THE BVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT [FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DAJJE *JNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 163. HEMSON, Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE MSON, Defendant. [Hemson, larrison Avenue, New York, flence) png Address) Hemson, knhlll Road West, | Zitnmerman. New York. are required to serve a copy |ur answer to the Bill of Cornier Divorce on the plaintiff's key. and to file the original fer in the office of the Clerk of plrruit Cfc>urt on or before the jiy of March, A.D. 1950: otherwise, 73 ill of Complaint for Divorce, bfore filed herein, will be taken %  lfessed by you. led at Miami, Florida, this the V of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, lilt Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. fON A. FRIEDMAN, Jff's Solicitor eyboldBuilding, Florida. i-17-24 NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Pallant Insurance Agency at 901 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD H. PALLANT LEONARD EOERT Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. Miami. Florida 2/3-10-17-24 3/3 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 23597. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES FELDMAN, I leceased. To All Creditors and All Persons II.i\ ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of CHARLES FELDMAN. deceased, late of Dado County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the 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 the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 25th, A.D. I960. I.EC IN KAPLAN. As Executor of the I.ast Will and Testament of Charles Peldman. Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attornevs for Executor 1/27 2/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaged in business under the fictitious name of Bonlto Cleaners at 108 S. W. Kith. Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. M ( 1IAKr SEC.ALL and SARAH SEGALL 1/27 2/3-10-17-24 IN CHANCERY, No. 129..8... LLISON W. ABERNATHY Plaintiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY, Defendant .. TO: MILDRED ABERNATHY 1414 Coker Avenue Charlotte, North Carolina iv *" %  w JTEN TO THE CULTURAL I*:BLSH FORUM RADIO HOUR %  TERY SATURDAY NIGHT I FROM 7:30 TO 9 P.M. %  DVER STATION WWPB 1450 on the Dial greeted and Announced by NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of E ft L POULTRY & FISH MARKET at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT EDELSTEIN LEO SHEINER Attorney for Applicant Pacific Building, Miami, Florida 2/3-10-17-24 3/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Fleetwood Store Fixtures at 111! N. E. 13th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTON BRAND Sole Owner 2/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Lu-Lu Products al 29114 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TOMMY' COHEN BLACK, PEARI.MAN and C •< >K Attorneys for Applicant 235 Lincoln Road 2/3-10-17-24 Court on or before the 20th day of February. A. D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as l TiSed d at b "Miami. Florida, this the ,8th day of ^"-'^KUMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Se.l> & ^^ JR Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff (14 olympia Building Miami, Florida 1/20-27 2/3-10 GUST BI? OS. RVf Is the Oi ST*.' _^ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 129496. MARGARET EVANS, Plaintiff, vs. ALFRED JOHN EVANS. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: ALFRED JOHN EVANS. 41 LOUGHBOROUGH PARK, LONDON S. W. 9, LONDON, ENGLAND You are hereby ordered and required to serve a Copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint, copy of which is enclosed herewith, on the Plaintiff's attorney. and file the original in the office of the ( lerk of the Circuit Oourt on or before 20 day of Feb., 195U, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, this 13 dav of Jan., I960* y E. !', LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. KAPLAN. DIETZ AND LASKY and JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitors for Plaintiff, 330 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla. 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 129384. ANITA C WOODWARD, Plaintiff, vs. BERNARD WOODWARD. DcfendTo" BERNARD WOODWARD c/o Mrs. John Woodward 4408 Livingston Rd., S.E. Washington. D. C. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer in the office of tin, Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20th day of February. A.D. 1930; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the ISth day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Oircuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) ____ ,„ Bv O. C. LEWIS. JR.. Deputy Clerk. NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympia Building Miami. Slorlda 1 20-27 2/3-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADB COUNTY. — IN CJHANCERY, No. 129690. JACOB GROSS, Plaintiff, vs. CAROLINE GROSS. Defendant. TO: CAROLINE GROSS 7205 18th Avenue Brooklyn. New York You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to th Bill of Complaint, a copy of which is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiffs attorney and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day or February. 1950. otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd day of January. 195(i „„.,„„,.. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit <--r. vv Sea,) w STOOKING Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS SAMUEL J RAND. Attorney NAME LAW r,17 Sevhold Building NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Miami. Florida th* undersigned, desiring to engage in 1/27 2/3-10-17 ___ business under the fictitious name of _...,,_ SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 27"2 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. I NAME LAW Florida, intend to register said name NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court the undersigned, desiring to engage in of Dade County. Florida. 'business under the fictitious name or ROBERT L. TEPPER B. BABE 8HARGAA THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ Attorney for Applicants 1/20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FATHER & SON HARDWARE STORE at 1516 8. W. 3rd Avenue. M:ami. Florida, intend, to register said name with the Clerk of Blscayne shore Market at 10990 Biseavne Boulevard, Dade County. Mmida. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coul t of DadeCounty, Florida. „-.. ALBERT BARON* JOSEPH LEVIN H HARRY DIET/. Attorney 1/27 2/3-10-17-24 Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY RUBEN ARM EN RUBENMAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 1/13-20-27 2/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the the undersigned, desiring to engage in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Palmland Supply Company at 3707 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. A. FRANK WELLENS Sole Owner PAI.LOT & TATHAM Attorneys for Applicant 1214 Congress Bldg. 1/13-20-27 2/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under theniictltious name of Johnston's cliie-n-fry Steaks at 300 N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AAI'.ON CHAJKEN HERBERT MIGATZ Partners MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Apptfcaut.s Seybold Building 1.13-20-27 2/3 business under the fictitious name of National Super Market at 5324 N. W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Florid 1 intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F1 rlda CLYDE SHEPARD EMILY E. SEYMOUR MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 2/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uiat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or Savmeyer Company at P. O. Address 1117 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Ha., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. SAMUEL CHERNOFF MEYER I. BLOCK Partners 1/13-20-27 2/3-10 _^ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY. No. 129497. MARJORIE ENGLE BARON. Plaintiff, vs. NICHOLAS BARON. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: NICHOLAS BARON 1125 Seventh Avenue Berwick. Pennsylvania You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your answer t,, Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Divorce In the above styled cause upon the attorney for the. Plaintiff, and to serve your original answer uiMiti the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the above styled cause on or before the 15 day of February, 1950; otherwise the allegations in said Bill of Complnint will be taken as" confessed by you. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bv WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH W. MALEK Solicitor for Plaintiff 416-418 Lincoln Building Miami Beach 39, Florida 1/20-27 2/8-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No 129345. ALMA L114.L\N PECK, Plaintiff, vs. ALBERT PECK. Defendant. TO: ALBERT PECK c .. Mrs, Pauline Peck fit! Mott Avenue New liondon. Connecticut You are required to serve a copy of \011r an.-w. 1 to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and "to file the original answer In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court .on or before., the 14th day of February. A. D. I95n: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 6th day of January, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W NORMAN R. LYONS Attorney for Plaintiff 914 Olympia Building Miami, Florida 1/13-20-27 2/3 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANU> FOR DADE coiNTY'. FLoillUA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 129231. FIORKNZO JOSEPH CICCONB, Plaintiff, vs. LOUISE TERRAZZINo OlccoNE, Defendant i TO: Louise Terrazzino Clc< one, Defendant 40S 15th Avenue Newark. New Jersey YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy Of your Answer to the plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for pivorce, on the plaintiffs solicltera, Turk .


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gg s ^ ss HSszSSaSS PAGE TWELVE 9-Jenistncridian FRIDAY, F EBRUABV, "1, 1 Jewish Youths 12-17 To Attend Second Annual Conclave At U-M South Campus Greater Miami Jewish youths t conclave, and 12-17. representing Young Judaea weekend, groups over the area, and many non-affiliated persons, will begin a three-day meeting Friday when •..(• leeond annual Young Judaea conclave opens at the University of Miami south campus at Richmond Air Base. Approximately 150 youths are expected to attend the educational weekend, according to Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, which sponsors thi director >'th< Emanuel Levenson L< k Y'iisoii XailMMl Lodgo I'K sidcpil Emanuel Levenson, Miami attorney, !;. been elected president the Isaac Levin Lodge. B'nai !. i! has been announced here by C. R. Jacobson. din of B'nai B'rith Council. Levenson succeeds Donald Eanett. Other officers elected were first \ %  president, Morton Perry; second vice president. Phillip Schiff: secretary. Leonard Lubin: urer, Albeit Beer: guardian. Manfred Berliner: chaplain. Burt Young: monitor. Donald Eanett: trustees. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Robert Levin and Dr. Maurice Serotta. Herman Popkm. Southern regional director for the youth commission, arrived this Atlanta. Ga.. to help direct the program and lead sev< sessions. Several prominent will 5 peak at v. the conclave They include R Leon Kronish and Irving '. man. who will speak on the topics of "What Kind of a J< w A • You?" and "Toward a Cr< Jewish Community." Louis Schwartzman, direel the Bureau of Jew:.-:'. Edui will addiv .] Ii II D Sey. Blumenthal. prominent Migist. Hy P exti nsion division direct I in au. will talk at i and Jeromi G r of the Beth Daw I s will lead the arts and crafts sessions. Herb Sohn and Doty Edv. Jacksonville youth leaders, are ypected in Miami I > conduct -c veral sessions. The program for the I educational meet includes Fridaj evening and Sab: vices, Israeli singing and dan sports, programming v arts and crafts and extern] nous speaking contests Coordinating tin act vitii the conclave is Miss M Scheinberg. executiw secret lUth commission. Thi V Judaea leader's council led bj Miss Joan Neve] is assisting in the preparation of the programs. Working on arrangements are Rita Ross, kits: Florence Abi son. contest and awards: Al Heller. Edith Feldman. Annette Melich, registration: Faith Alexander, o.d.'s: Phyllis Wilpon, prayer books: Jean Nevel. di I turns: and Buddy Udell, chairman of the Young Judaea council. Other assisting leaders include Fred Gold. Lillian Aronson. Harold Herman. Marilyn Goodman. Janice Pre, Lester tenny. Nancj Tarlyn, Larry Mamlet and Delorea Simons. Instructing singing and dancing will be Joe and Doris Pardo. 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FOR INFORMATION INCOME TAX SERVICE PHONE 3-2154 NATHAN ABRAHAM MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES .,•„* 5P INT PURCHASE PLAN Perpetual Cjr. Pre Neetl Budgef *J • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue ROBERT YATFEY, Sale, Di^,. FAMILY MAN SEEKS YEAR-ROUND POSITION AT A LIVING WAGE ?xS S n:ed a9e T„ 0Cal el r e e f en !leum and carpet-laying A cast of twenty-two actors will perform in the third annual production of "Yiddish Night." the musical variety show sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, ,,n Sundav evening. February 12. the Miami Beach High School auditorium. According to Ben Essen, producer and director of "Yiddish Night" for the past three years. tickets may be reserved now through the Sholem Lodge office. 330 Seybold Bldg.. and since the theater capacity is 750 seats. patrons are requested to call in (or .-r;its early. A sell-out audience greeted the comedy show in 1947 and 1948. Isaac Levin. 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LY, FEBRUARY 3. 1950 -Jewistiilcrjktiar PAGE THIRTEEN Jewly elected officers of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith are red outlining a program of activities for the year at a meeting at the Miami Jewish Community Center Monday. Seated r.) are Alvin Budner, first vice president; Sam Kessler, lent; Howard Levine, second vice president. Standing are Falkc. secretary, and Kenneth Knopman, third vice presiInstallaiion of officers will take place at a banquet this I !& %  Irs. Edward Mencher, Mrs. Alexander Robbins and Mrs. Ben sr are shown discussing plans for the 1950 ad journal of Sister of Temple Beth Sholom. The journal will be distributed as a renir at the annual luncheon to be held on Wednesday, puary IS, at 12 noon, at the Saxony Hotel. Mrs. Mencher is rman of the journal; Mrs. Seidler. co-chairman and Mrs. Dins, president of the sisterhood. Walter Kovner, president of the Hillel advisory council (right) fcives check for $400 from David R. Isen, president of Miami ^ch Lodge, B'nai B'rith. following fund raising event. At left is Ifrey K. Newman, program chairman, who directed arrangents for appearance of Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of kndeis University. The funds will be used for maintenance of lei Foundation at the University of Miami. ibles Center To Dedicate New Building, itall Rabbi At Ceremonies Feb. 19 >rmal dedication of the new Coral Gables Jewish Center at 'alermo and the installation of Rabbi Morris A. Skop as spiritual tt of the congregation will be held Saturday, February 19, _'.m. Members of the Miami Rabbinical Association. Cantor Joseph fek, Organist Steve Kessler, and civic leaders will participate in [services, which will open with the Shofar Call by Richard |lman. Special honors will be extended to leaders in the Coral Gables |sh Cenjiju\ who will unlock the doors to the synagogue and rooms,;esBtyl the Torah Scrolls, light the Nor Tomid Everlasting It, and present to Rabbi Skop the first bible, prayer book and [ book as symbols of the heritage of the Jew. American and %  h flags will be presented and blessed and a special ceremony Janksgiving marked by the chanting ->f the Sheeheyonu prayer be Included. ["he Coral Gables Jewish Center hi la grown ; n less than a year a membership of some thl I ver two hundred lies, a daily Hebrew school, Sui school Doys and girls :ind a facull '.v;"i fwish i I ,i crafts, music, di leurnalism. Mrs. Burton Lee Gordon is the former Elaine Levingion. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levington, Sans Souci Hotel. Miami Beach. The double ring ceremony which united the couple took place in Chicago January 7 at the Blackstone Hotel. Following a honeymoon in Honolulu, the couple will reside in Chicago. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon of Chicago. Memorial Service Conducted For ,.i Mrs. Goodman; Portrait Unveiled Despite her ailment, she had be* come an accomplished harpist end pianist. Her father, Max Lieber, Was a cellist and his greatest pleasure was to accompany his daughter during her performances. Since that day in January 12 years ago, when he was bereft of his only child, he has never touched his cello. On Friday evening of last week Rabbi Moshay P. Mann of Temple Isaiah conducted a memorial service for the young musician. During the ceremony a painting was unveiled—a full-size portrait of the deceased as she appeared in her bridal gown, exeeuted by Boris Obraskoff, internationally • famous artist. Florence's son, Jerry, who is now 15 years old, is a student at Rabbi A bba Hillel Silver's Temple in Cleveland, and like his mother, is an accomplished harpist Lieber, a resident of Miami Beach for the past six years, is an honorary member of the board of directors of Temple Isaiah, and the entire congregation joined in the rites. Registration Opens County registration books will open in each of Dade's 92 voting precincts Wednesday and remain there for 10 days before they are returned to the office of Carl Holmer, Jr., county supervisor of registration. Twelve years ago last month Florence Lieber Goodman succumbed at the age of 24 to the Miss Stone To Speak Valerie Stone, recently returned from the State of Israel, will | speak during services at Beth David Congregation Friday at 8:15 p.m. Her topic will be "The Role of Jewish Women in Israel." An Oneg Shabbat sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Oren in honor of Dr. Oren's mother will follow the services. 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PA II I in tic mi B' at tic th stye w G gi B' w th th P; Si fe Fi SI to fo si te T w P< w nir di tl 71 II PAGE FOURTEEN *fr* utn*ridiar FRIDAY, FEBR1T PY 3, Academy Students Write ; To Foreign Children In order to give its pupils an opportunity to learn at first hand how boys and girls of similar ages from different parts of the world are living, the Hebrew Academy has launched an active correspondence between its pupils ; and children residing in Australia, Germany. France. England. Southern Rhodesia, as well as I other distant lands. Recently com' munications were sent to Israel. but no replies have yet been received. This project has been initiated "to give the students an awareness I of universal identity, kinship, understanding and mutual cooperation among children and peoples of the entire w >rld." S >1 Sugarman, principal, said, "and they are gradually acquiring an appreciation of the fact that in spite of differences of language. custom, dress and tradition characteristic of the vari lUS countries. boys and girls are generally j interested in the same games. practices, underlying impulses.no matter what place they occupy in the multi-colored maps of the world." Simonhof f To Be S Harry Simonhoff. Mi ^, torney. civic eader J* Flondian columnist, win on "The Fate of Spanish at a meetmg of the SpinoJ^l door Forum on SaturdaTSl ruary 4. at 3:30 Pm atWl St Miami Beach P Chares 12 {> will preside. A musical,^ >| cede the talk. '"'P&l On Tuesday at 8:30 will give gfifftTSfiVl "The Heavens anj J series on Earth." S150.000 structure will include a lodge room on the second floor a P^parat.on room, .ecreta y. office, large auditorium with stage, completely equipped lotchen and library. 1. M > %  C, k V t 1 .. I : : ( ; i i Okell Seeks Re-Election To State Legislature State Rep. George S. Okell announced his candidacy last week for re-election to his third term. Chief plank in his platform is oppos:tion to legalized gambling. Okell favors establishment of a state purchasing agency and state tax commission, revision of the itate constitution, continued support cf the state public school program. He advocates stronger conitrvat:on and cattle fencing laws, contmued full state participation in the Suuth Florida flood control piogram and adequate assistance to the blind, aged and dependent childrm. Belli ll Ladies Plan I'II r im Fete Plans are being formulated for a Purim festival to be sponsored by the Beth El Sisterhood on Sunday. February 12, at 8 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall, according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, ptesident. Hal Murray will serve as master of ceremonies. Bob White and other professional acts will be feuured in a two-hour show. T.ckets may be obtained bv calling Mrs. Herb Schurowitz, general chairman. Labor Zionist Council Will Meet Feb. 7 A meeting of the Labor Zionist Council, which includes five chapters of Pioneer Women and the Bialik and Ben Gurion Branches of the Ferband. will be held on Tuesday. Februarv 7. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. Pinchas Kruso. manager of the Jewish Frontier magazine, will be guest speaker. Kruso is on the national executive board of the Labor Zionist Organization. I. S Shapoff will be chairman. Outer Women To Hold Card Party The Women's Activity Group of the Miami Jewish Con Center will sponsor a luni and card party at Reid's Restaurant, 829 Biscayne Blvd.. on Wednesday. February 15. at 1 p.m. Guest speaker will be 0.;Jacobson. executive director of the Miami Beach Y. according t i Mrs. Ruth Nurenberg, chai of the group. Reservations be made by calling the center. Film Forum Will Be Held In St. Petersburg Feb. 9 The first community-wide film forum on human relations in St. Petersburg will be held Thursday. February 9. at 8 p.m. at St. Petersburg City Hall. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library ij St. Petersburg, the demonstration on the use of films and an visual materials as aids in building good human relations will be conducted by the Florida reg office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. and the General Extension Division, University of Florida. Gilbert J. Balkin. director of the league's Florida office, will represent the ADL. and Charles C. Bushong, film forum specialist, will attend from the university. Among the sound films to be shown and discussed will he "Songs of Friendship." "Make Way for Youth." and "Boui Lines." Mrs. Mairs Candidate For Board Of Instruction Mrs Edwin H M 4116 D | S R %  nut Gr ive, has ei t the truction, Disl ;! %  Mrs Mairs is 35 years old. ied and has tw i children %  | .:. C C •nut Grave. A graduati I Smith i %  in social she was engaged in relief rk famil f men in I Navy. 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FEBRUARY 3, 1950 Jple Israel Sisterhood To Dedicate k-f aith Tea To Late Rabbi Zwitman *Jenisti Meridian PAGE FIFTEEN [dedicated to the memory Colman A. Zwitman, the iterfaith meeting sponjy the Temple Israel ad will be held on MonIbruary 6, at 2 o'clock in (pie. lers for the event include Glenn C. James, White ; Dr. H. Franklin Williams, Bsident of the University ii and moderator of the jnd-table of the ConferChristians and Jews; Dr. Fisher, head of the be honored with small corsages. The entire executive board of the sisterhood will help with arrangements and hospitality. Taking specific assignments for the afternoon are Mrs. Maurice Serotta, chairman of interfaith; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, program adviser; Mrs. Harry V. Simons and Mrs. Elry Stone, hospitality; Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. guestbook: Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, refreshments; Mrs. Gordon Davis and Mrs. Max Holtzberg, flower favors for visitors; Mrs. Alvin Richter, Mrs. Stuart Gordon and Mrs. Alfred A. Green, invitations. Mrs. Max Meisel, sisterhood president, will welcome the guests, and Mrs. Richter, Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Green, with Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs. Bernard Wall and Mrs. Henry E. Wolff, will act as ushers. &mt^ iciured outside of Dr. Chaim Weizmann's office in Reehovot, is State Legislator Grant Stockdale during his recent trip aeL a letter special to The Jewish Floridian. Rep. Stockdale. "1 had a most enjoyable interview with the President and he by all means to be remembered to all those in and around who contributed so generously to the United Jewish 1. I spent two of my days in Israel," the letter continues, "in lem, where I met and visited with Lewis Wolfson, son of ell Wolfson Lewis and I traveled over to Ankarim and Jerusalem area generally. The Jewish people deserve so very much recognition for the fight they're waging here on these otherwise barren mounof Israel. And the amazing result is that despite all the r helming odds—they're winning. I feel the United Jewish al has done much in these initial successes here in Israel ecommend the continued support by all those of us who are {to do so. ad lunch with Miss Esther Herlitz, Israel delegate to the Nations, and she wanted to be remembered to Mayor Id Turk, who presented her with a key to Miami Beach on her It visit to our famous city." J. WILSON MRS. A. G. WILSON .WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. 1st STREET MIAMI 36, FLORIDA PHONE 2-2462 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER it n START YOUR DAY RIGHT BY LISTENING TO — Wake Up and Live 7:30 10:00 A.M. koAH TYLER SPINS THE DISCS AND GIVES TIME |IGNALS AND WEATHER REPORTS THROUGHOUT THE MORNING and More —Your Favorite Station For Music and News Haganah Officers Vacation Here Two former officers of the Haganah Vitzhak Armoni and Nissim Cohen, both third generation natives of Jerusalem, arrived recently from New York, where they had been undergoing treatment in hospitals for serious wounds received in the fighting. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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l Combining THE JEWISH CNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
; 23NUMBER 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
peals From Kaye, Stone Net $243,365;
?tel Week, Women's Brunch on Agenda
ng from his usual role as comedian, Danny Kaye
120 men and women attending the special gifts
950 Combined Jewish Appeal at the West view
lub Monday night with a deeply movinq appeal in
r fellow Jews who are making such an heroic
> rebuild their shattered
belt to help the immigrants.
the free a;r of Israel."
oted star or stage, screen
io ehlded those Jews "who
l away from their Jewish-
1 have forgotten the debt
'e their heritage."
ged those present to "give
ian you intended to give
m came here."
e Stone, here as a special
itative of the United Jew-
;al, was co-guest of honor
iffair.
1 will solve the problem
rigration," she declared,
American Jews give
eded money." Having
returned from Israel, she
d her ftnpression that the
"was a gigantic mud-
id immigrants "were liv-
nts on the dirt ground."
lid that the battle for the
r more dramatic than
[the Arabs and takes
of bravery which
[Israel to tighten its
The group responded to the
talks with 123 contributions
totalling S243.365. The same
number of contributors last vear
ave $193,250. according to Morns
Klass. executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
This year's gain over last year
[is $50,115 or 25r; more. Of" the
tot.i! number of contributors an-
nounced, 68 were new pledges for
&72.065. Klass said that an
analysis of the new gifts revealed
that the same number raised only
.$45,350. This represents a gain
of 56%.
HOTEL WEEK
With Gabriel Heatter. noted
radio correspondent, and Valerie
Stone as principal speakers, a
bufiet supper at the Lord Tarle-
tf>n Hotel on Saturday night.
February 4,. will launch Hotel
Week, a week of intensive fund-
raising in the industry.
Spearheading the dinner is
Aaron Courshon. who is being as-
[aye. headliner at the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal
dinner on Monday night at the Westview Country
town embracing Howard Kane and Ju'ius Gaines. After
from the comedian and Valerie Stone, guests pledged
3.000.___________________________________________________
b Community To Present Scroll To
:or Interest In Hebrew Language
it scroll will be present-
University of Miami on
February 2, at Temple
i grateful appreciation
Jewish community of
!iami for the interest the
has displayed in of-
dern Hebrew as a fully
course in its mod-
lage department." Dr.
Dren Tharp, dean of the
liberal arts, will accept
in the absence of Dr.
Vshe.
will be tendered at
r meeting of the board
irs of the Bureau of
ucation of Greater Mi-
rha'rp will address the
ining a projected future
angiag from elementary
o advanced courses in
Hebrew conversation,
ose, as well as courses
:al and scientific He-
ney Greenberg, educa-
ctor of the Beth Sholom
ion and instructor of
the University of Mi-
i the reactions of
ent course
sisted by Joseph Gardner and N.
Doug Raff.
Sponsors of the week are Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger and Al and
Walter Jacobs. Harry Sirkin and
Joseph M. Rose are chairmen of
the unit. Members of the steering
committee include Sidney Birn-
baum, Sam Lachman, Irving
Frankel. Paul Grossinger, David
Levenson, Harry Koretsky. Ralph
Lachman, S. Rifkind. Samuel
Kaplan and Leo Eisenstein.
WOMEN'S DIVISION
With contributions up 47% at
the women's division tea held
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Samuel Katz, the division is
planning an achievement brunch
to be held Tuesday. February 7.
at 11 a.m. at the Saxony Hotel.
Dr. Zev Cohen will be chief
speaker at the affair.
Dr. Cohen, a native born Is-
raeli, is a graduate of the Hebrew
Gymnasium of Herzliah in Tel
Aviv and the School of Law and
Economics in Tel Aviv. He re-
ceived his Doctor of Laws degree
in the University de Droit. Lyons.
France. Furthering his education
in preparing for entry into the
diplomatic corps of Israel, he pro-
ceeded to the United States where
he received his L.L.M. degree
from Yale University and is now
in this country concentrating his
studies at Columbia University.
In Israel, despite his extremely
active educatimal and political
studies, Dr. Cohen was active in
Haganah. He was also one of the
leaders of the Maccabi Sport Or-
ganization of Tel Aviv, in which
he participated actively and sec-
retary of the National Council
for the Hebrew Language.
Chairmen of the brunch are
Mrs. Joseph Fenias and Mrs. Her-
bert E. Scher. Vice chairmen are
the Mesdames Louis Nelson,
Joseph Lipton, Milton Sirkin.
Alexander Kogan. Sidney Lef-
court, Jcseph M. Rose. Sam
Lipton. Sam Weissel, Max Dreycr
and Carl Susskid.
OTHER MEETINGS
On Monday Dr. Cohen will
speak at the organizational meet-
ing of the electrical appliance
division at the office of Herman
Wronker at 8 p.m. At 9 p.m. he
will address the Miami Beach
Business and Professional Ha-
dassah.
On Tuesday at 8 p.m. he wili
speak before the dry goods divi-
sion at Federation office. Arnold
Rubin and Maurice Cromer are
co-chairmen.
On Wednesday Dr. Cohen will
speak at a dinner meeting of the
food division at 6 p.m. at the
Miamian Restaurant.
On Thursday at 8:30 p.m. he
; will be principal speaker at a
; buffet supper of the physicians
unit at the home of Dr. Stanley
Frehling.
at the University of Miami will
discuss "Hebrew on the Campus."
David Freedman, president of the
Hebrew Teachers Association will i
address the group in Hebrew. The
scroll will be tendered to Dr.
Tharp by Max Meisel, president
of the Bureau and the ceremony
will be concluded with remarks_
by Louis Schwartzman. executive"
director of the bureau.
The meeting will reflect the
rising tide of interest in the He-
brew language in Miami and in
'the colleges of the nation, accord- !
ing to Schwartzman. Reports from [
New York City indicate that a ]
total of 31 senior and junior high
schools now offer Hebrew Ian-1
gunge instruction; that six col-1
leges there include Hebrew on |
their curriculum with the largest
enrollment at Brooklyn College
With a registration of 700 students
and seven instructors. Today
there are several hundred colleges
throughout the country recogniz-
ing Hebrew as admission as part
of their language entrance re-
quirements, including Harvard
wihere it was taught as earl
KKK Declares "War"
JACKSONVILLE, F!a. (JTA)
"Wat" against the B'nai
B'rith, the Federal Council of
Churches of Christ of America
and the National Association
for the Advancement of
Colored People was declared
this week in a statement is-
sued by leaders of three Ku
Klux K'.an groups which were
merged into a united body.
The three groups are: the
Federatea Klar.s of Alabama
the Southern Knights of Ku
Klux Klan and the Association
af Carolina Klans. The only
Ku Klux Klan groups which
are still outside the united
Kan is the Klsvern of Atlanta.
Air Mail Week Set
For February 12-18
The Miami Post Office Depart-
ment has designated the week of
February 12-18 as "Air Mail
Appreciation Week," a salute to
the air industry of greater Miami.
The Miami Stamp Club, in con-
junction with the University
Stamp Club, is sponsoring a dis-
play of the various types of air
mail stamps to be shown at the
University of Miami.
The Post Office Department
will also display a framed exhibit
of plate and die proofs of air
mail postage stamps, and in con-
nection with this event, a supply
of commemorative postage stamps
will be sent from the Philatelic
Morgenthau Says
Israel Needs Funds
More than eleven thousand
: campaign leaders assembled at
1 special meetings in one hundred
j and five cities Tuesday heard
IUJA genera! chairman Henry
Morgenthau. Jr. give a grim pic-
ture of the financial crisis in
Israel resulting from failure of
American Jews to provide enough
money for record flow of im-
migration.
Morgenthau. who returned this
week from special n nces
with Ben Guiion. Weizmann,
' Kaplan, and other leaders, de-
clared: "Disaster faces Jews of
; Israel unless American Je \ s
l recognize urgency of their re-
sponsibilities in providing for im-
migration settlement in 1950."'
Commenting on reports this
week of possible limitation of
immigration because the Jewish
i Agency lacks funds. Morgenthau
: stressed that the Jews in Israel
' strongly opposed any reduction
! and that the ultimate decision
must be made by J( ws :n Amer-
ica. "Moneyonly moneywill
decide the question," he em-
phasized.
Morgenthau's repcrt was made
directly to meeting of UJA Na-
tional Campaign Cabinet presided
over by Julian B. Venetsky, of
Peoria. Also participating were
UJA National Chairmen William
Rosenwald. Morris Rothenberg.
Jonah B. Wise and members of
the National Campaign Cabinet.
Reporting that Israel has made
"unbelievable progress" since his
first visit there fifteen months
ago, Morgenthau told community
leaders that "Israel has wonderfui
future but I'm worried about its
present." He called upon com-
munity leaders to take the follow-
ing actions:
1. Rush all available funds .to
UJA headquarters: also to
make laigest possible loans
from local banks for trans-
mission to UJA;
2. Accept quotas assigned to
communities by UJA;
3. Arrange to confer with UJA
delegation on pre-campaign
budgeting if that has not been
done already.
Morgenthau declared, "It is im-
possible for Israel to carry the
burden of receiving and caring
for all who escaped the fate of
the martyred six million Jews of
Europe without adequate help
from us ... we have been pro-
viding less than fiftv cents >fpl-
each dollar of need." He warned
that any reduction of immigra-
tion from Arab lands and else-
where" will be tantamount to
writing death warrants for many
thousands of Jews," and added
that the fate of hundreds of
thousands of Jews awaiting
emigration to Israel to escape
persecution and misery was "in
the hands of the Jews of the
United States." He called on Jew-
ish communities to constitute
themselves "disaster units" to
UN Outlines New
Jerusalem Plan
GENEVA. (JTA)A plan for
organizing the territory of Jeru-
salem as a "corpus separatum"
under the general sovereignty of
the United Nations, but at the
same time dividing the territory
into three portions to be ad-
ministered respectively by Israel,
Jordan and the U.N. was this
week presented to the U.N.
Trusteeship Council by its presi-
dent, Roger Garreau of France.
(The State Department is at-
tempting to convince the Israel
government to accept the
Garreau plan, promising that
far reaching changes will be
made in it, it was learned in
Tel Aviv this week. The Israel
government, however, has re-
fused to enter into any negoti-
ations on the proposal. Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett will ap-
pear before Parliament this
week to report en the situation
in relation to the plan.)
The "corpus separatum." Am-
bassador Garreau proposed, would
be established within the boun-
daries envisaged by the U.N.
General Assembly decision to in-
ternationalize Jerusalem. It would
be under an international regime
which would ensure the demili-
tarization and neutralization of
the area. In addition, the territory
would be constituted as an eco-
nomic free zone with neither
Israel nor Jordan having any
power to collect duties on goods
entering or leaving any part of
the zone. Freedom of movement
and access to the Holy Places in
the territory would be guaran-
teed.
Under Ambassador Garreau's
plan practically the entire new
ct;. would be placed under the
authority and administration of
Israel, together with the central
railway station and the Jeru-
salem- Tel Aviv railroad. Two
Arab quarters of the Old City,
together with the Harem Al
Sherif, Wadi el Joz and Ab el
Zahira sections, as well as the
entire American Colony, the Jeri-
cho Road, the Nablus Road to the
north of the Sheikh Jarrach quar-
ter and the Hebron Road to the
southern portion of Bethlehem
would be placed under the au-
thority and administration of
Jordon.
The final section of the zone
would be organized as an "Inter-
national City" under the col-
lective sovereignty of the United
Nations and the administration of
the Trusteeship Council which
would appoint as its representa-
tive a Governor of the Holy
Places. The historical basis of the
"International Citv" is a decree
of 1757 of the Turkish Empire.
The section under U.N. admin-
isration would embrace an area
taker, in almost equal part from
armistice defined occupation
zones held bv Israel and Jordan.
Included in this area would be:
the Wailing Wall; the Church of
the Holy Sepulchre; all of Mt.
Zion; the Mount of Olives; and
M.. Scopus, including the road to
the height and the Hadassah Hos-
pital and Hebrew University. The
actual territory to be taken from
Israel and Jordan to make up
the "International City" has not
yet been defined.
Following an attack on the
Garreau working paper by the
fraoi delegate to the Council, the
members of that body voted to
adjourn all discussion of the pro-
posal until next week. The Philip-
pine delegate supported the Iraqi
opposition to the plan. The Coun-
cil also decided to hear all in-
terested parting during the
rleoate on tne future of Jerusalem,
but would not extend a special
invitation to either Israel or
Jordan.
Executive To Meet
The executive committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will meet Monday, February 6,
at 8 p.m. to approve the recrea-


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PAGE THREE
7 Say...
>rt, Miami Beach ranks first among the
. No city of less tha 50,000 population
jf 400 hotels. And that is not counting
louses, guest homes, or boarding houses
ons in Europe. This amazing development
20 years is almost completely due to
trprise. The story takes on a certain epic
\Boom
[the combined population of the Greater
was about 29,000. When the great boom
fuck, the center of business, residence,
Srts, and pleasures was in Miami proper,
ch was then sparsely built, a wilderness
flocks, divided by streets mostly unpaved.
interests had a chain of about a half
|ls. mostly on the bay. The ocean front,
the Pancoast and a couple of lesser hotels,
all construction.
eer subdividers of Miami Beach evidently
a wealthy resort with plenty of elbow
I limited number of socialites mentioned in
To insure an exclusive domain for the
|rich, they instituted anti-Semitic policies.
jrtments, and large areas of residential
restricted to Gentile use and occupation.
jth end, several unimposing hotels served
3d. Jewish tourists found welcome and
ie Seabreeze and the Nemo on 2nd Street.
(ligible apartments on South Beach were
led. They stood isolated, a building to a
ie vast emptiness. A desolation prevailed
have been sad but for the brilliant
Ihe dazzling atmosphere, the coconut trees,
istling surf.
tBust
^ught of building up the emptiness on
kch was abandoned with the crash of the
boom. When the native optimism, generic
Ie. began to reassert itself, the stock market
Miami Beach In 1950
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
crash of 1929 brought back the gloom. It seemed
that Miami proper was destined to be the city; the
Beach would continue a suburban island, a Key
Largo where one could go for a dip in the ocean.
A change, through an unexpected investment, ushered
in a new era.
The Strath Haven
One morning in 1930, Bernard F. Schoenberg came
into our office. A successful merchant in Gary,
Indiana, he had in the early 1920's converted his
business into cash and moved to Miami. He drew
his income from investments and anticipated a
retired existence in the pleasant, intimate, under-
populated area. Mr. Schoenberg said, "You know
that skeleton frame on the ocean near 4th Street?"
This structure had been started at the close of the
boom. It stood a steel ghost to remind us of the
hectic days when a building was born and pre-
maturely died. "What do you think of a hotel on
that spot?" "You want to go into the hotel business,"
we counter-questioned. "No, I want to finance a
promoter who plans to finish the skeleton frame-
work. It rests on a firm foundation." We voiced the
usual cautionary remarks that lawyers feel necessary
to interpose at the inception of a deal. But we agreed
that no one could go wrong with a hotel on the
ocean front. Because only from the Roney Plaza,
the Pancoast, the Wofford, or the Breakers could
guests go out of their rooms into the surf. Mr.
Schoenberg was satisfied to draw 6'r on his first
mortgage. But something went awry. The promoter
either pocketed the money, or simply ran short in
his miscalculating. After a lot of headache, Mr.
Schoenberg was forced to take over and finish the
building himself.
A Hotel Boom
With the Strath Haven Hotel, completed, the prob-
lem arose how to make it pay its own way. The
former merchant now turned out to be a good hotel
man. A good cuisine was introduced to serve delicious
food. A deal with the Clyde Steamship Co. brought
guests from the weekly tours of incoming boats.
People who had prophesied sure failure now watched
with astonishment this new venture weathering the
blackest of depressions. So if the Strath Haven could
do well, then surely there was room for more. Soon
another hotel went up in the neighborhood, then
another. A new epoch opened which would make
Miami Beach a household word throughout the world.
The Premiere Resort
As the New Deal was replacing the national de-
pression with prosperity, Miami Beach entered a
phase of expansion hardly experienced by any other
city. Construction went on with breath taking speed.
Before Pearl Harbor, it became commonplace for 50
new hotels to spring up annually between Biscayne
Bay and the ocean. The world famous resorts of
Europe: the Riviera, the Lido, Cannes, Nice, San
Remo, seem provincial and antiquated by comparison.
The glamorous hotels, the palatial theatres, the
swanky night spots, the lively bars, the inviting
restaurants, the intriguing shops are exciting the
wonder and envy of two continents.
Gentleman's Agreement
But what is the Gentile reaction to this astonishing
Jewish achievement? Does the state and nation ap-
preciate its unique character? Not from stray re-
marks the traveler catches in smokers or on planes.
Gentile resentment, or even disdain, is barely con-
cealed from the tourist on his way to Miami Beach.
The look spells: who wants to go to a Ghetto, even
a gilded one? A snobbish dowager might condescend
to visit a North Beach hotel provided she is carefully
shielded behind a Restricted Clientele smoke screen.
But during the winter season, a Gentile face is
scarcely visible in the opulent splendor of the hotels,
or on the most delightful bathing beach in the world.
The exclusive caste seggregate themselves in a Surf
Club, or a La Gorce Country Club, carefully secluded
from contact with the madding Jewish hordes.
?my to Mark
Way
threw Academy will
jjewish Arbor Day at
IMalke celebration Sat-
sruary 4, at 9 p.m. at
Hotel, 1030 15th St-
ench. The celebration
ledicated to the pupils
^dcmy who have Pur"
es for Israel during the
ating in the program
ibbi Isaac H. Ever. Sol
nan, Jacob Schechter
Gartenberg. Cantors
|er. Berele Kelemer and
lamches will offer vocal
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The life of Joseph Goldberger,
who discovered the cure for
pellagra and many other tropical
diseases, will be dramatized in the
latest episode in the "Lest We
ForgetThese Great Americans'*
series to be heard this Saturday,
February 4, at 5 p.m. over radio
station WVCG, Coral Gables.
Participants in the fifteen
minute live panel discussion to
follow immediately will be:
George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach
attorney, who will serve as mod-
erator: Dr. W. Sherry Branning,
Greater Miami physician; Mrs.
Edgar Miller, public school teach-
er: and Dr. Niles G. Moren, Miami
optometrist.
Myron McCormick, noted
Broadway actor, stars in the
dramatization of Dr. Goldberger's
life. The program was produced
for radio by the Institute for
Democratic Education in coopera-
tion with the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Isaiah Ladies To
Meet Monday
The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah
will hold a meeting at Mendel-
sohn's Lincoln Manor on Monday,
February 6, at 1:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Leo
M. Levin.
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the sisterhood, to be
conducted by President Clara
Mae Van Ness, will be held at
12:30 p.m. preceding the regular
meeting.
Miss Weiss Will
Address Aeademy
Meeting Feb. 8
Miss Malvina Weiss, principal
of the South Beach Elementary
School, will be guest speaker at
the cultural meeting to be held
by the faculty of the Hebrew
Academy, with the cooperation of
the members of the board of di-
rectors of the Hebrew Academy
Women, on Wednesday, February
8, at :30 p.m.
Miss Weiss will speak on "The
Home and the School." Cantor
Maurice Mamches will render
several musical selections, accom-
panied by Joseph Schreibman at
the piano.
This event will give the parents
and the members of the com-
munity an opportunity to meet
with the members of the faculty
to discuss the progress of pupils
attending the academy, as well
as the scope of the studies and
activities at the institution.
Greetings will be extended by
Dr. David S. Andron, president of
the academy, and Mrs. Alfred
Stone, president of the Hebrew
Academy Women. Sol L. Sugar-
man, principal of the school, will
serve as chairman of the evening.
Zionist Luncheon Club
To Hear Jewish Humor
The Zionist Luncheon Club of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
will dedicate its meeting on
Wednesday, February o, at 12:15
p.m. at Mendelsohn's Lincoln
Manor to "Jewish Humor," ac-
cording to Alfred Stone, president.
Guest of honor will be Dr. M.
A. Lipkind, authority on Jewish
education and literature. Partici-
pating in the program will be
Daniel Broad. Louis J. Krensky,
S. A. Goodman and Alex Van
Straaten, who will tell their
favorite stories.
Toastmaster will be Harold
Shapiro, club chairman, and
Zionist news reporter will be
Murray Goodman.
Daughters Of Israel
The Daughters of Israel will
meet at the Helene Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Tuesday, February 7,
at 8 p.m.
To Meet Wednesdays
The Retail Cleaners and Laun-
dry Association of Miami Beach
meets every Wednesday evening
at 8:30 at Mendelsohn's Lincoln
Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.

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FRIDAY
EDITORIAL
.i \otable Birthday
America's Bov Scouts and leaders, now
numbering 2,300.000 strong, are observma the
40th anniversary of their organization from rei
6 to 12. Scoutina has become so woven into the
American wav of life it is difficult to recall when
our nation did not have this character-building,
leisure time program for its youth.
Since 1910, more than 16.500,000 American
boys end men have had the benefit of the train-
ing, fellowship, handicraft skills and high
adventure of Scouting. America is all the richer
for it. Many men in hiah places in American
affairs today proudly credit Scouting's influence
in their lives.
The year-in, year-out civic and emergency-
service to the nation by Boy Scouts, needs no
recite! here. Scouting brings to boys at an im-
portant time in their lives a program of worth-
while activities, under high grade volunteer
leadership.
The need is for more boys to have the ad-
vantages of Scout training. Although more than
2,300,000 boys and leaders are now in Scouting,
there are thousands of boys still outside the
organization. They can get into the fun if more
institutions open their doors to them in their own
neighborhoods, and if more men interested in
boys, volunteer their time as leaders. It's an
investment that pays off richly in personal
satisfactions.
Happy Birthday, Boy Scouts!
A MIGHTY PUSH NEEDED-
Trws For Israel
Chami?a Asar B'Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day, will
be celebrated at synagogues and religious schools
and throughout the community this weekend. A:
that time an appeal for the sale of trees for Israel
will be made by the Jewish National Fur.c
Council of Greater Miami. The council will also
make use of the Jewish radio programs in its
drive for trees.
As a noted author and lecturer who is now
:-.g in Miami expressed it, "The Battle for the
Peace is far more dramatic than the war with the
.=." Part of that battle is converting the barren
wasteland into rich, fruitful farmland and forests.
"To plcnt c single tree in Israel one must water
it every cay for three years."
Let's make this weekend effort a success.
1 Liring i^anguaqe
With the establishment of trie Stm
there has been in America and thro '
world a renascence of Jewish culture
at least partially manifested itself in an
in Hebrew as a living, growing lanmJi
Until a few years ago, only a handful^
offered Hebrew coursesand these only j
divinity and archaeology students. Since
of the Jewish State, where Hebrew
colleges throughout the nation have
Hebrew courses to their curricula, and it
same status as Spanish, French,
Russian. In addition, high pchocls and
schools are now offering it as a modern "a
and colleges are accepting it cs second^
language requirements.
In the vanguard of schools offerinq ;-;.J
the University of Miami. This week in
tion of the interest which the univei.
displayed in the Hebrew language, the
Miami Jewish community is presenting a.
Dr. Doren Tharp, dean of the college ol"
arts. The addition of Hebrew at the unr
evidence of an alert, progressive ad
cognizant of changes in the world and
to the needs of its students.
This highly gratifying renascence is
fleeted in the growth of institutes for adult
education. There are now in Miami three
institutes. One is conducted under the
of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth
Beth El and the Miami Jewish Community
a second is sponsored by the Miami Beach)!
Center; and the thirdand youngest-iiB
by Temple Beth Sholom. There are now -*B
hundred adults enrolled in these workshop!
offer courses in Hebrew, Yiddish, literature!
history, the bible, and numerous oth
of Jewish interest.
The enthusiastic response to these
veals a maturity of interest among c
which insures the perpetuation of oi
It is a sclutory sign.

Dklirali I nil
SI airs Dance
First ;:.: >.. :ier dance of
the Greater Mi imi Chapter of the
Deborah Tuberculosis Society
.vill be hi Id it 1 Bi i imber
:. W
nt by Mrs
R M. Levine. i sidenl
'
Ritz Brothi
Vic Damone.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Abbott Karlin. who is being as-
sisted by Louis Adler, Mrs Ray-
mond Rubin and Julius Jay Perl-
mutter, co-chairmen, and Mr-
Sara Holland. Mrs. Julius Jay
Perlmuttcr. Mrs Herbert S.
Shapiro. Mrs. Mary Siesorak and
Mrs. Ira C. Walsey.
Reservations may be made bv
calling Mrs Karliri Mrs. Levine
or Mrs. Perlmutter
llaclassali Crou|
To >''! Moiidav
Thi Mi ness and
nee I
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B Y, ... ; .. ;_ m
G n. president
Gui st
Si [ II, past pr nt M
Zionist Disl i r I Di Zev
C..... i. v speak n
oi the C ml ii I J \
Both llavifl To
Install Officers
Beth David will hold its first
installation of officers at the m
synagogue on Sunday. February
5. at 3 p.m.
To be inst Hi :' ; A
Sterling, presi I nt: S lm Lef-
...". vice pn Mot Fein-
gold, recording rel F
A. Rose, fin tary:
Harry Sin* i irer.
Member! thi :" di-
rectors include Nat:
Ban lei David Bi wn, Alex
Cohen. Samuel Di ks n,
Gordon. Harvey Herman, .'
ham Kasow, Harry Laufi
Markowitz, Stanley C. Myers. Ai
Quadow. Edward Safer. Herbert!
Scher. Jacob Sher, S. J. Spe
Alexander Steiber. Samuel V.
sel and Samuel Traurig.
The program will feature the
presentation of a new Sefer
Torah by Mr. and Mrs. Hi :..
Cohen in h n n M C hen's
, M Edith Cohen
Lou:s Heimanis]
man and Jac b Sher will
ling ::.
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lives and friends are asked
tend.
To Honor Rabbi Ever
Rabbi Isaac II. Ever, spiritual
idei if Kneseth Israel Congre-
gation, will be honored at a
tim inial banquet. Sunday, Feb-
ruary 19. at 8 p.m. at the Victor
12th St. and Ocean Dr..
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Yiddish Plays!
For IM.i/a Mil
The Plaza Theatre >J
featured Yiddish vaudevM
ing recent now*
to its stage "G .i Mar. anifl
starring the n ted Y:di;:l
Maurice Schwartz. Thei
which will begin a week'sM
ment. on Tuesday, FebJ
has a fine supporting m
eluding Bertha Gerstal
Shlifko, Morris Strassbe.il
lotte Goldstein, Anatolej
gradoff, Yndel Dubuuki
Gustow Berger. All seats!
reserved with prices rangT
$1 to $3 plus tax. Saturtf
Sunday matinees will
2:30 with evening pen*01*
for the entire week st
'8:30.
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+Jewish fhrMian
PAGE FIVE
ite Adds
Courses
fcw courses have been
Ihe curriculum of the
\t Jewish Studies for
the second semester,
begin Monday, Feb-
It 7 p.m.
Jewish Life" will be
lof one, which will deal
fitical periods in Jewish
will reveal the impact
Icultures upon Judaism,
considered will be:
[Hellenism, Pharisaism,
lulsion, Ghetto, Reform,
Bon and Nationhood,
will be given by a
(acuity of Rabbis Isaac
eph Rackovsky, Max
=on Kronish, Irving
>imon April and Harry
Sydney Greenberg,
jnalci Michelson.
[course called "The Re-
srael" will deal with
history of Palestine.
[^ill be Dr. Michelson.
jurse in beginners He-
' also be offered.
|to be continued are the
ided courses in Hebrew
ih. the Bible, and con-
1 Yiddish literature. The
fcludes Louis Schwartz-
fomerantz, floseph Hur-
on Kurman and Mrs.
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Outlining plans for the Champagne Dance to be sponsored by
the Miami Beach Masada at the Cadillac Hotel Saturday, February
4. at 8:30 p.m. are (1. to r.) Harriet Smuckler. Samuel Soldinger,
Gil Rappaport and Suzanne Kochen.
Ileaeh Masada
To Hold Dance
Miami Beach Masada will
present its second annual Cham-
pagne Dance on Saturday, Feb-
ruary 4, from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami
Beach, according to Gil Rappa-
port, president.
Music will be furnished by the
Casa Blanca Orchestra and floor
d by the Bureau of ; show will feature Ilya West and
vid, his dancers, Samuel Soldinger at
the piano and Barbara Brenner,
singer.
Soldinger, fund-raising chair-
man, heads the committee in
bnd the Miami
|y Center.
Jewish
luller To Sing
:ebruary 14
limunity Concert Series,
|by the Miami Beach Y,
ent baritone, Marko
Tuesday, February 14,
teach High School.
Ithmuller concert was
Bchoduled for a January
was postponed to allow
|r to accept a European
Iwon critical tribute for
|thmuller, Critic Jerome
of the New York Trib-
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|rt platform as in the
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flexible and sensuously
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lund perceptiveness and
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five concerts presented
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the February 14 ap-
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lorgenthau, Jr., spoke
Bnic hookup from New
meeting of the Jewish
federation of Hollywood
y in the Flamingo Room
Dllywood Beach Hotel.
complete report of his
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Itzkl Alster. 13 year old cantor,
will present a concert at Beth
Tfilah, 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach, on Sunday, February 5. at
8 p.m. He will also sing at the
Miami Beach High School on
Sunday evening, February 19,
under the auspices of the North
Shore Jewish Center. The boy
cantor is widely known through-
out most cities in the United
Slates and Canada. A native of
New York, he is studying at
Yeshiva College there. He will be
accompanied by H. R. Spector,
choirmaster.
Pittsburghers To Meet
The Pittsburgh Club will meet
Tuesday, February 7, at 8:30 p.m.
at Temple Beth Sholom.
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The name of Mrs. Mollie
Whitlner, active member of Pio-
neer Women Club No. Two of
Miami Beach, will be inscribed in
a room in Ain Keren in Israel,
according to an announcement by
Mis. Joseph Mintzes, chairman of
the Moatzai Hapoalot for the
group. Mrs. Whittner, vice chair-
man of the Moatsal Hapoalot, is
also a member of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Kneseth
Israel Congregation, the Miami
Beach YM and WHA, Mount
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary and the
Miami Beach Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Obituaries
MRS ROSE FRIEDMAN
40. of 2113 S.W. Tith St., passed away
Monday. A former resident of Haiti-
more, she Is survived by her husband,
Sam; a son Henry, and a daughter
Bonnie; her father, Hyman White-
horn; and two brothers. Services were
held at (Jordon's Funeral home on
Wednesday with interment in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
NATHAN BRYNES
Of lfiflO S.W. 11th St., passed away
Saturday. January 21. He Is survived
by his wife, Rose, and three daughters.
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\nrlli Shoro Init
Plan* Luneheon
North Shore Women's Chapter
of B'nai B'rith will sponsor a
luncheon and games party atthe
Shen v Frontenac Hotel on Wed-
nesda'v. February 8. at 1 p.m.,
announced Mrs. Mark Silverstein,
president.
Co-chairmen in charge of ways
and means committee are Mrs.
George Levenson and Mrs. Ber-
nard Hoffman. Mrs. Leon I
is in charge of reservation- i nd
Mrs. Melvin Altman will direct
the publicity committee. Ti
may be secured by calling Mrs.
Rapee.
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Launched this week was the
Florida Hotel News, special trade
journal for the hotel field spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Hotel
Association. Even before publica-
tion. Florida Hotel News became
the official organ for the Hotel
Greeters of America. Tropical
Charter No. 19. and the Interna-
tional Hotel Sales Managers As-
sociation. South Florida chapter.
Other supporters include the
South Florida branch. Interna-
tional Stewards and Catrers
Association. Inc.
The publication will be issued
monthly, and will cover features
on hotel operation, employment,
hotel promotions, and business
ideas. It will serve as a clearing-
house for hotel news from the
entire state of Florida.
Staffing Florida Hotel News is
Sam Kaplan, managing editor.
with Helen Alpert. editor. Saul
Cnaftez, art director. Tom John-
son, advertising manager.
Dedicated To Sisterhood
Friday evening services at Beth
El will be dedicated to the sister-
hood. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, sister-
hood president, and Mrs. Murray
Grauer will participate.
Shangri-La?
By ALEXANDER F MILLER
Southern D:..:. ADL
All of Ami rneyed in
La on th. Seoi
romantic V
bride.
But onlv a chosen fe
all thi A cans v
P esident Bai
lemocracy I .. -
actually followed him
groun Is of
H ti '' ~ '
I thrown across
the gateu
M fa
from entering.
Last wet k Mr. and Mrs a
Atlanta. Ga.. accompanied by
three friends motored
Cloisters. They
there by the recent publicity and
wanted the honor of lun
the same dining room in w
thtir Vice President had eaten.
"Only in a free country like the
United States." Mr. S observed,
"may ordinary citizens liki
to the same places as top gov-
ernment officials. Now :n Russia
you can't get near Stalin; in Nazi
Germany no one was allowed
within miles of Hitler's Shangi :-
La, Berchtesgarden. Thank good-
ness, there's nothing like thai
here."
At the Cloisters. Mr. S. regis-
tered at the hotel desk, a neces-
sary formality before lunch. The
clerk looked at the card and
then turned it over. "Gentile?"
he wrote on the back. Mr. S.,
whose grandfather had fought for
the Confederacy and who himself
is a veteran of World War I.
shook his head negatively.
"I'm sorry," the clerk shrugged
his shoulders. "This hotel is for
Christians only."
Take it from there. Mr. Vice
President!
Opera Tiekets
New On Sato
Ticket sale for the Miami Opera
Guild Pagliac-
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March 18. 20
',. at
Burd :
. shop. Amidons in C .rai
, Mi Beach Radio
-An all-Mi I litan Opera
st will pi : main the
leads li Fil
.' i : Mary
Thompson.
Band Organized
;; ti en-ag< j '
unity
. has : "- own
band, ace ling I Don Matlin.
ist, who has assumed
x-man outfit.
The .. preparing
ill-Miami teen-
\ -how to be given
February is al the .-enter. Pro-
eeds will g to the 1950 Com-
bined Jewish Appi al
Form Bowling League
The Esquire Boys Club of the
Miami Jewish Community Center,
has organized a bowling league,
which meets at the Lucky Strike
Bowling Alleys every Sunday at
1:30 p.m. Leading keglers in the
league are Howard Fisher. Allen
Brown. Jerry Phillips. Herb
Finkelstein. Jack Horvitz, Mel
Yanuck, Stan Cohen. Art Fleisher
and Harvey Cogert. The group
meets every Tuesday evening at
the center at 8 p.m.
Community Planning
Forum To be Conducted
The Young Adult Planning
Committee of the Miami Beach Y
has scheduled a forum on "Com-
munity Planning" for February
8 at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Participating will be William
Elliot, president of the North
, Beach Businessmen's Association
.onl member of the Miami Beach
Planning Board; Max C. Gettinger
in charge of planning for the
'Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
1 and Gus Jacobson, executive di-
rector of the Miami Beach Y.
Board Meeting Slated
The dessert board meeting of
the Women's Division. Miami
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress, will be held on Wed-
nesday. February 8. at 1 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Mollie Eisen-
mann. 211 S.W. 19th Ave.
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PAGE SEVEN
jader Issues
>r Volunteers
it plea for volunteers
| solicitors in the 1950
Jewish Appeal was is-
[week by Mrs. Louis
fcairman of the metro-
It of the campaign,
iser made a special plea
Idents of every Jewish
in the city, urging
provide their quota of
or the campaign." Mrs.
Snted out that in order
\e huge sum of money
local community is
. upon to give, it will
ry to have an army of
Ithan 1,000 volunteer
date about 500 work-
olunteered, according
asser. She pointed out
ear's campaign will be
me. "Locally," she said,
confronted with the
! raising more than
ward the anticipated
deficit of Mt. Sinai
e are also undertaking
mation of our various
volved in recreational
o set up the machinery
entual merger, we are
n to make an extra
)f some $26,000.
ition to these special
we are confronted
eeds for raising more
0 for the Refugee Re-
Service. All these extra
point to the need for
Ail campaign. We cannot
iii:.-vi' success unless we
J)l> furnishing us the man
is needed."
with Mrs. Glasser in
Beach community area
tt Roth, chairman; Nat
Leon Epstein, Mrs.
Wolff and Leo Stein-
trict leaders; Sonny
Dave Hubsch, George
Louis Friedman, Henry
Astor, Mrs. Israel
ulah Davis, Mrs. David
Mis. Lillian Kronish,
y Platoff, Mrs. Louis
Mrs. Fred Jonas, Mrs.
h and Mrs. David D.
aptains,.
Granarnf'and West Mi-
orkers include Morton
hairman; Sol, Nissinoff
on Beigel, district lead-
e Coral Gables, South
Id Homestead area Rabbi
Skop is chairman.
s for the Miami com-
rea are Max R. Silver,
Mrs. Faye Levinson,
'inkelstein, Irving Saal,
ise Borkin and Mrs.
Panels, district leaders;
el Cassel, Mrs. Ethel
, Mrs. Albert Dubbin,
iss, Jack Regal, Eddie
Mrs. David Rifas, Sam
, Paul Zerler, Mrs. Irv-
in, Mrs. William Ross-
m Gitlin, Mrs. Rose
David Collins, Mrs.
llins, captains.
I North Dade County area
Frances Danels, chair-
Rosenthal, Theodore
Mrs. Benjamin Miller
;ard Taigman, district
Mrs. Irene Becker, Mrs.
hulman, J. L. August,
nas and Sidney Lebow,
Hadassah Will
Hear Judge Holt
Judge George E. Holt will be
guest speaker at the meeting of
the Miami Group of Hadassah
Monday evening, February 13, at
8 p.m. in the Shenandoah Elemen-
tary school auditorium.
One of a group of eleven Amer-
ican educators, clergymen, editors
and public figures on study tour
of Israel under the auspices of
the American Christian Palestine
Committee, the judge spent two
months in the Holy Land visiting
various Israeli settlements and
cultural institutions. He visited a
number of Christian educational
institutions, orphanages and
monasteries, and some Arab
villages.
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be the Business and
Professional and the Junior
Hadassah groups of Miami, who
will present a musical sketch.
Representing the juniors will be
Elaine Goodman, Elaine Sachs,
Elaine Pollock. Lee Friedman and
Miriam Scheinberg. B & P par-
ticipants will be Mrs. Peter Brod.
Mrs. Bernard Kimmel and Betty
Kandel. Mrs. Harold B. Cohen
and Mrs. Irving Genet will also
appear and Mrs. Simon April will
offer the devotional. The Menbrah
Group of Miami, and the Business
and Professional group of the
Beach will be guests.

Aril more Photo
Gilbert J. Balkin (right), director, Florida regional office.
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, presents 250 copies of the
booklet "Police Action in Minority Problems." by Chief of Police
(ret.) Joseph T. Kluchesky of Milwaukee, to Albert W. Simpson
(letf). chief of police. Miami Beach. Shown in center is Burnett
Roth. Miami Beach councilman. The Kluchesky booklets stress
the role of the police department in building good human relations,
and are being distributed by Chief Simpson to the members of the
Beach Police Department as a phase of the department's training
program.
L!
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Ioj
are;
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and
Film To Highlight
Lodge Meeting
The film, "Prejudice," which
Walter Winchell says "hits harder
than 'Gentlemen's Agreement' or
'Crossfire'," will be shown at the
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge on
Wednesday, February 8, 8:15 p.m.
in the patio of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
The 60-minu'te sdund film,
which was produced by the
Protestant Film Commission in
cooperation with the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
created unusual interest during
its preview in 100 cities in the
United States during the fall of
1949.
The story aims to show that
people who most aggravate the
problem of prejudice are not the
out-and-out haters of this group
or that group but the people who
boast they are tolerant.
Following the showing, the
Reverend Paul Jewett will parti-
cipate in an informal panel dis-
cussion on the significance of the
film and members of his congre-
j gation have been invited to be
present as guests of Miami Beach
Lodge. Godfrey Newman is pro-
gram chairman.
Hebrew Classes
Open At Beaeh
The North Shore Jewish Center,
newly formed North Beach Con-
servative congregation, has
opened Hebrew classes in the
center at 916 Everglades Con-
course.
The curriculum include courses
for beginners as well as for ad-
vanced students.. The one-hour
sessions are under the direction
of the Rev. Philip Fried, acting
rabbi of the center, and are being
held twice weeklyWednesday
from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. and Friday
from 4 to 5 p.m.
Children of non-members as
well as members are invited.
Those interested may obtain full
details by writing to the center,
contacting the Rev. Fried or
Morris Dollinger.
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PAGE EIGHT
+jeist ntri4ja_
FRIDAY. _FEBRUARV,
Personally Speaking
v.- and Mrs lock Shaping : = 3 S.W. lift & _-^-;=^;
the:: wedding anniversary at a recepnon -. -- --------
Mrs. Shapirc is pre3idem :: the Beth B Swer..ooc
* -*
.:: fte season wrift Di x : Mn M A Keirrcn
2368S.W. ] re Mrs Kteiman'i unde and sun: M:
'.'-s : New : srk C "
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''- Mrs :- FL-JcelsteLi ;2rl SV
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Norrr.c" Thalblum Wed Lois Syilian, Eugene Somberg To Wed
Tc Nahan Shusterman
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Gans has bees top producer in the Southeastern territory. He
will :. back -: Miami in tuns :z attend the wedding c: his
daughter Louise on Friday February ;.
'**'
Visiting Rabbi and :'.:= foseph E. Rackovsky ol Miami
Beach := their =;r. 3cris. who is a student ol Yeshiva University
in New York Boris :s editor z: the Masmid university magazine.
He was accompanied here by Paul Ritterivand managing editor
of the magazine; Chaim Schulman pres.der.t c: the student
organization of Yeshiva- and Julius T. Parness graduate student
at Columbia University and senior c: the Yeshiva.
* -*
Spending their annual winter vacation at the Delrr.cr..::
Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. bring Zitter of New York City. Mr.
Zitter is a fur manufacturer. Mrs. Zitter is a former longtime
resident of Miami. The Zitters have been vacationing in Miami
Beach annually for the rx:=: 1C years and have numerous friends
end relatives in the area.
* *
Spending the season with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predincer
2425 S.W. 3th St.. are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chassanoff of Winnipeg
Canada. Mr. Chassanoff is a retired business man
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Werman of Brooklvn arrived Ibis
week to honor their parents. M-. and Mrs. Abe Werman 1231
Riton Rocd. Miami Beach, on fcoir fifty-seventh anniversary "
* 4
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Berke of Washinclon Heights New
-or* are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.'end Mrs
Jock Mannis. They expect to be here for a few weeks
* *
_ Visiung Kolman Luxia of Miami Beach are bus son and
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Luria, of New Haven
and r.is son Meyer, of Ansonia, Conn
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. Snyder have returned to Palm Beach for
tr.e season. '
* *
Mrs. Joe H. Lesser of West Pahr. Beach has been discfc arqed
from Good Samaritan Hospital there following a rece- --***
x. **
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Freecmar. have as their house truest
Mr. rreecmar.s sister, Mrs. Milton Rosenthal. of St. Lcuis/Ma
wJS: Ad ***; HWCrd B- Ber^e-' 260 S.W. 28th Road
fourth v-^-C: ~' *T PGr,y S'JndCy *** in honor of ^"-
lourtn wedding anniversary. The folio- iri^A. "
A-ifTthe ccris:or-: E ^^*fs*^jfs:
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2r. -.-. MiSS Al ll :
r :. .'. : !ian i
Mitzi Gildberg.
Bot lets ol
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the bride's mot
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satin g A-n writ
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York nd Bost n. th
' in Montreal
Mi. and Mrs Joseph H. Syman.
1214 S.W. 13th Ct.. have an-
ed the engagement of their
>:. L :s. to Eugene I. Som-
berg son ol Mr. and Mrs. Philip
rg, 1753 S.W. 19th Ave.
ide-elect, a graduate of
. High School, attended the
of Georgia and is now
-tjdent at the University of
i, where she is affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Sjmberg is an alumnus of
Miami High School, where he was
a member of Sigma Rho fraterni-
ty He attended the University
t Fljiida. where he was associ-
ated with the Cavaliers, a ma*
of the freshman class ex
council and the junior a
fraternity count:!. He gradn
from Emory University andi
longs to Alpha EpMlun'frata
He served in the armed
overseas for two and a half j_
The ceremonv will take pi
June 18.
Benefit Luncheon
' -"- : ::" nd Mrs. I. R :.-
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Mrs. Esther E:senstein. president,
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+Je*lsbfk>rkHati
. PAGE NINE
^
Miss Turk Reveals
Wedding Plans
lille B. Simon
rollial Told
Lucille Betty Simon has
Feb. 19 for her wedding
lert P. Blate. Announcement
engagement and approach-
larriage was made by her
Jr. Mrs. Belle A. Simon, New
who is visiting here and
J remain until after the
lony.
bride-elect, daughter' of
te Jesse M. Simon, New
lis a graduate of the Calhoun
\\ New York, and attended
rie Webster School in
lgton and Ohio State Uni-
T. She is a member of
Delta Tau sorority.
Blate formerly of New
is now residing in Miami
V. He attended New York
Irsity and served for three
with the Air Force in the
kean Theatre. His parents
Je late Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
He, New York.
ior Mrs. Bean
ladies of Coral Gables
It District honored Mrs.
J. Bean at a luncheon and
party at San Juan Restaur-
tonday.
f. Bean, who leaves shortly
arleston, S. C, where her
ig to W. King Keyersling
lake place on February 19,
presented a piece of sterling
as a g|J; Guests present
Mesdames Meyer Fine,
Is Simon, A. Abramovitz,
Ian R. Lyons, Oscar Lelchuk,
Veidberg, E. Jacobsfln, P.
\. S. Sanders, L. Toloff, J.
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Joyce Kerzin To Wed
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have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Joyce, to
Mandell Glicksberg. son of Dr.
and Mrs. Herman Glicksberg, 1210
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach.
Both Miss Kerzin and her fiance
were graduated from Miami
Beach High School and are
students at the University of
Florida.
The bride-elect also attended
Florida State University and the
University of Wisconsin. She will
gra'duate in June. For the last two
years she has served as president
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and
is secretary of Phi Alpha Theta,
national history honorary.
Mr. Glicksberg, senior in the
law school, is a member of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity and Phi
Alpha Delta legal fraternity, of
which he was recently elected
treasurer.
Wedding Plans Revealed
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Miss Ann Shklair
to Martin Martel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Usdansky, 1116 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, have been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wolfe Shklair, 911
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
The ceremony will take place
February 4 at the Victor Hotel
with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating.
The bride-elect, who is origin-
ally from Chicago, is a graduate
of the University of Illinois and
is now attending the University
of Miami.
Mr. Martel, a graduate of the
University of Miami, is now tak-
ing graduate studies in sociology
there.
The engagement and approach-
ing marriage of Miss Marjorie
Jane Turk to Dr. William J.
Simon of Louisville, Ky., has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Turk, 2127 S.W.
5th St.
Miss Turk will be attended by
Miss Sheila Turk as maid of honor
and Mrs. Harold Turk as matron
of honor. Gil Rappaport of Miami
Beach will serve as best man for
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Simon of Frankfurt, Ky.
The bride-elect attended North
Carolina State College in Raleigh.
Dr. Simon, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Louisville, is an honor-
ary member of Alpha Omega
fraternity. He served as a captain
in the dental corps for three years
in Japan and the Philippines.
The wedding will take place
February 12 in Miami Beach and
the couple will reside in Louis-
ville, where Dr. Simon is
practicing.
I
Card Party Scheduled
Women's Club 692 of the Work-
men's Circle will hold a card
party on Sunday, February 5,
at 8 p.m. at the lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach. Chair-
man of the event is Mrs. M. Shear.
Mrs. Ida Spivack is publicity
chairman.
Cardiac Home
Unit To Meet
Dade Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will
hold its regular meeting on Wed-
nesday, February 8, at 1:30 p.m.
at the Vanderbilt Hotel.
Program chairmen, Mrs. B. B.
Wolff and Mrs. Michael Miller,
will present Miss Dolly Kramer
of Henry Kramer's Hollywood
Midgets in a presentation of torch
songs.
Mrs. Gertrude Lachs will pre-
side.
Prominent guests at the orthodox Delmonico Hotel in Miami
Beach include Mr. and Mrs. Simon KaJz of Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr.
Katz is a leader in Broklyn's Empire Blvd. Shtibel. the famous
Chassidic prayer-house, and well-known in the Mizrachi move-
ment. Special friends of theirs also on vacation at the Delmonico
are Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph H. Lookslein of New York. The Katzes
will spend a month at the hotel.
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Topic Announced I Rabbi Leon Kronish at services
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4. at 9 a.m. at the Miami Beach
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Lehrmmn win official*.
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9-Jmistncridiari
FRIDAY, FEBRUAav
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
Northside Jewish Center, 62*1
N.W. First Ct.
- Sundaj Bchool classes every Sunday
at the office of Dr. ffm, Horos, 6o.>
N.W. C2nd .-i Hebrew classes under
direct!';! of Rev. Philip FVIed at >.."l
N.w. 41 !t Ave. on Mondayi ana
n 6 from 4 to 6 p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening1 servl res at S p.m.
s : i! | .>i vices at s. Sun-
day school 1" a in.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 2410 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. (Conservative).
I'l.n.r. rvenlns services at 8:30
i: \v. (ioldntpln ill ofl
An <-; Shabbat i:i i- held follow-
, en Ices. Membei nnd '
-.i in attend
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Canto: Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
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Rabh Skoi imej Shabbat
in v Sal .' day mm nlnn Tom h
i: Jui V >ulh Gi ip
w : '
c;. ... .t.-.l.i.\ night al s.
Flagler-Grar.ada Jewish Cen-
ter, 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Israelite Center (General). 3346
S.W. 241h St.
nervli es at 7:S0 a m. and 5:30
p.m. .- day morning services at 9.
Temple Emanu-El (Reform),
1801 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Laud-
erdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
Ftiii.i'.
1"
. Pi Ranvon
Congregation Young Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
\\ ( .;..' -. seiIi es n m Sal
i Iicha on needkaj *\ 5:1 "
<,:i I S iturday Mlncha al 3
.. ,| lij Khaki* Seudos. _____
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Orthodox), 1415 Euclid Ave.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac
Ever.
Minrho Friday al

K\ : Refresl ',: : "' *
the I
,. \: 1:1
will deli'
iVe. followed S
and Shall S, Ion Zn
Maarlv I
, services at s .....
,,,::, Hebrew -
1
- ndaj at Id a.m.
Temple 13etn s>noiom (Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening si
Rabbi Kr"l
-
Hi
:
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Milton Freedman.
I
iv..-..
Temple Israel (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Krld.1] '
conducted l>> lr. Ja ob H K
who will
Short Wav in (!
sorxh l> '
kVeitheimi ;.
will be
Harrv V, Sin on*, host II
man:' Mrs. Elrj St. i
M .;. rdon Davis nnd Mr*
A. Pel
Katurda; morning "
The mernb. of tl
' l|>ate.__________________
" Congregation Beth Uavidi (Con-
servative). Coral Way and Mj
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro, ne
Maurice Mamches.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681* N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morntnf at .uo
Congregation beth Tiilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hack-
ovsky.
T'Ferelh Israel Congregation of
MuItTorthodox). 4302 N.W. 7th
ArMday'vnlBc services at 5 p.m;
morning al .:::. a.m All
lent thai ares are "'vlte<1 t0
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
! -Ida
,ng servlcea at 5:45.
i,l.,v evening forum at 1:15.
, || discusa "A I'n......in
Bhabbatl followa. The
f f Servli Saturday
topic will be
the Bible Upon
Mis in:, class Hi :'">
. | b Ml i ha and Maarlv
, Bat Mitsfl ih servlcea Sunday
followed by a Bar
- s',,"l^.,M'1i"','-1 V
Hebrew school dally B:ls i"
Dan. ., vices al 7::>'> a.m.
I i i>.m
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
3,1
Saturday morning ,..,
Mitsvah of Alvln,,>!."* %1
of Mrs Fanny s,:h "n* lS\
place. Dally sirvtSJ^J* *J
5:48 p.m. e* at 3 n]
Congregation Beth B d
dox). v590 S.W. 17th J
Murray Grauer. '
Holsum tils Out
Apw Type Roll**
Piping hot rolls will pop from
home ovens all over town this
week with introduction of a
revolutionary new "Brown 'n
Serve'* roll baking process per-
fected by General Mills.
According to officials of the
Holsum Bakery, the new rolls
will lighten the homemaker's
tasks. It's all because
the new "'Brown 'n Serve" rolls,
as in'.rctluced here by Holsum.
are white but fullv formed rolls
all ready for browning. The
housewife merely places them in
her home oven until they're gold-
en brown. They emerge ready for
the table.
Packed in trays. "Brown 'n
Serve" rolls will keep ready for
quick baking for several days on
a yantry shelf, two weeks in a
refrigerator, and for months in a
home freezer.
For years laboratories at flour
mills, bakeries and other allied
industries have been searching for
such products. The problen
to develop a baking method for
bakt that produced rolls to the
point oi lull volume and rigidity
without any semblance of crust
colo:. Furthermore, the rolls had
to have the same texture, flavor
and aroma as rolls baked by other
methods. Finally a method was
discovered that met the necessary
requirements and the rolls were
r.amert "Brown 'n Serve."
him. Chapter To
Sponsor Donee
B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter N
14 will sponsor a "Heart Throb
Dance" on February 11 at the
Miami Beach Y. accordin
Carole Jaffee, president.
Planninu the affair an R it
Sundell. Enid Pallant, Ros
Lask. Rhoda Teller. Clain Weiss
and Gloria Windson,
The chapter nitiated new
members at a candlelight cor, -
mony Wednesday at the home of
Geraldine Janis. Rabbi I
Lehrman officiated at I: ifl I
Besides Miss Yaffee. officers if
the group are Tobv Goluskin v
president; Joy Davison,
Renee Citrin, treasure?: Claire
Weiss, historian.
1
:
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
:heloff.
& will be held evening
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North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 916 Everglades
Concourse, Miami Beach (Aitz
Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip
Fried.
h nl.li will MK-ak
....
.u Satui
.-
I
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Pi .1 -.
S:i t urd
H

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Mini ha sen
., |, _
it servlc.
I !
,| ,\ service :it 8:30 p.m.
., preach on "A
sings i.iv es Forever, In
Music Month. At
Temple Isaiah (Reform) M
Bay Road. Miami Be.ch M
Moshay P. Mann. ""l
Friday evening -. \ ,... .1
c-ontlui'ted l,\ ir
with Dr. Paul B. ,. Cantor sS
'.....' w"l '" "Should MernS
l-'l.- !,
in- Banctlone i
i......ts Sundas
Q*u* CHICKED ScJUPj!
. betteA, than em!
HOROWIT
MARGARETEI
CONDENSED
KOSHER
CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS
WITH -f-r.
MATZOH '"
BALLS *
WITH ,r-
KREPLACH Y'
Council To Meet
The B"nai B'rith Count
Greater Miami will hold .. met '-
ing Thursday. February 2. at
p.m. in the Council Ofl
Seybold Building, :t is am
by George .1. Bertman. |
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In your t,me of need ,e|
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Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
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fcAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1950
+Jeis*rk*:kHafi
PAGE ELEVEN
Her Opens
Office
rshon S. Miller announced
opening of offices for the
al practice of law, suite 314
Albion Building, 311 Lin-
[iioad. Miami Beach.
ller entered the armed forces
Miami in May, 1941, and
for five years, two of
were overseas. Upon his
Ration, he completed his legal
ation at the University of
li School of Law. where he
fcd as comment editor of the
Quarterly and graduated
honors.
active participant in com-
ity affairs. Miller is vice
rman of the Miami Beach
gr of the American Veterans
littee, vice president of
|ical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and
advocate of the Miami
Post of the Amvets. He is
member of the Hillel Ad-
Committee, the YMHA, and
liami Beach District of the
chairman of the publication
littee of the Miami Beach
1 Association, member of the
County and Florida Bar
ciations, and member of the
itive board of Freedom
ter inaugurating the first
Ida chapter of the Nu Beta
lion National legal fraternity,
erved as the first chancellor
^e chapter at the University
iami School of Law and was
itly re-elected for his third
as national grand marshal!.
the past two years Gershon
^r was associated with Mayor
Jd Turk and Joel P. Newman
le practice of law.

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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
129712.
ELMER K. HBLDT, riaintlff, vs.
LOUISE HELDT, Defendant.
TO: LOUISE HELDT,
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that a
mil of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against > mi, and you are
Required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
E. I'nul Beatty, whose address Is
SSI Beybold Building. Miami. Florida,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
' > NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
28530
In Re: ESTATE OF EDITH
WILLETT 8URKEIN, also known
as EDITH WILLETT. IDA WIL-
LETT. and IDA WILLETT
SURKEIN. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, ami each of you, are hereby .
notified and required to present any | which iH enclosed herewith, on I'm i
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-
OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
129629.
SAM BEITSCH. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY BEITSCH. Defendant.
TO: MARY BEITSCH
815 Delniar
Si. Loula, Missouri
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint, a eo- of
claims and demands which you,
either of yon; may have against the
estate of EDITH WILLETT SIR-
KHI.Y. deceased, late of New York
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing; in the office of the clerk of the County, V Y.and Dade 4 ounty.ITor.
Circuit Court on or before the 27th Ida, to the Hon. \\. F. BLANTON,
day of February, 1980, If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in tin Bill of Complaint.
County Judge of Dade County,, anil
filr the same in his office in the County
Courthouse In bade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
This notice shall be published once date of the first publication hereof
Gershon Miller
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICES
JTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
PICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ndersigned, desiring to engage in
fes under the fictitious name of
BEST VACUUM CLEANER
MR at number 1727 S.W. 8th
In the City of Miami, Florida.
to register the said name with
etk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ly, Florida.
EDMUND F. RYDZEWSKI
CHARLES W. FISHER
IPVITZ & ARONOVITZ
i-\ s
eybuld Bldg.,
li. Fla.
7-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23.598.
In Re: ESTATE OF
EVA MINSKOFF.
Deceased.
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of EVA MINSKoFF. deceased,
!:t of DADE County. Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office in the Cl.iunty 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 the
1933 Probate Act.
Date January 25, A.D. I960.
SAUL MINSKOFF,
As Administrator of the Estate of
EVA MINSKOFF. Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
2/3-10-17-24
each week for four consecutive weeka
in TlllO JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 24 day of January, A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, circuit Coort,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
E. PAUL BEATTY
Attorney at Law
(87 Beybold Building
Miami 32. Florida
1/27" 2/3-10-17
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said. Or same will lie barred. See
Section 120 of the 1833 Probate Act.
Date January Kith, A D, I960.
THEODORE .1. BAKOWITZ.
As Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of EDITH WILLETT
SURKEIN. Deceased.
1/20-27 2/3-10
tiff's attorney, and file the originaf
in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the aOtn
day of February, 1950. otherwise the-
alfegations of suit! Bill will be tak.eti
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 20th,
day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) .......
By G. C. LEWIS. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
K17 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
1/27 2/3-10-17
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 21795.
RE: ESTATE OF
JACOB WEINER,
Deceased. .. ,
NOTK*E is hereby given that
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estate of Jacob Weiner, deceased;
and that on the 27 day of February.
1950 I will apply to the Honorable
W F. Blanton, County Judge of Dado
Countv, Florida, for approval of said
final "report and for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of Jacob
Weiner, deceased. .
This 20 day of January, UM.
BERTHA WEINER.
WEINSTEIN, WEINSTEIN &
W I" 1V ST E1N
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
Attorneys for Estate of
Jacob Weiner, deceased.
1/27 2/3-10-17
fc
40TICE BY PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT SOURT OF THE
BVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
[FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DAJJE
*JNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
163.
! HEMSON, Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE
MSON, Defendant.
[Hemson,
larrison Avenue,
New York,
flence)
png Address)
Hemson,
knhlll Road West,
| Zitnmerman.
New York.
are required to serve a copy
|ur answer to the Bill of Corn-
ier Divorce on the plaintiff's
key. and to file the original
fer in the office of the Clerk of
plrruit Cfc>urt on or before the
jiy of March, A.D. 1950: otherwise,
73 ill of Complaint for Divorce,
bfore filed herein, will be taken
lfessed by you.
led at Miami, Florida, this the
V of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
lilt Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
fON A. FRIEDMAN,
Jff's Solicitor
eybold- Building,
. Florida.
i-17-24
NIOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Pallant Insurance Agency at 901 N.E.
2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BERNARD H. PALLANT
LEONARD EOERT
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
2/3-10-17-24 3/3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND for DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
23597.
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES FELDMAN,
I leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons II.i\ -
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of CHARLES FELDMAN. de-
ceased, late of Dado County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. P. BLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the 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 the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date January 25th, A.D. I960.
I.EC IN KAPLAN.
As Executor of the I.ast Will and
Testament of Charles Peldman.
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attornevs for Executor
1/27 2/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaged in
business under the fictitious name of
Bonlto Cleaners at 108 S. W. Kith.
Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. M,(.1IAKr, sec.ALL and
SARAH SEGALL
1/27 2/3-10-17-24
IN CHANCERY, No. 129..8...
LLISON W. ABERNATHY Plain-
tiff, vs. MILDRED ABERNATHY,
Defendant ___..
TO: MILDRED ABERNATHY
1414 Coker Avenue
Charlotte, North Carolina
iv *" w
Jten to the cultural
i*:blsh forum radio hour
tERY SATURDAY NIGHT
I FROM 7:30 TO 9 P.M.
DVER STATION WWPB
1450 on the Dial
greeted and Announced by
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
E ft L POULTRY & FISH MARKET
at 615 N. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HERBERT EDELSTEIN
LEO SHEINER
Attorney for Applicant
Pacific Building, Miami, Florida
2/3-10-17-24 3/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Fleetwood Store Fixtures at 111! N. E.
13th Street, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MILTON BRAND
Sole Owner
2/3-10-17-24__________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Lu-Lu Products al 29114 S. W. 8th
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TOMMY' COHEN
BLACK, PEARI.MAN and C < >K
Attorneys for Applicant
235 Lincoln Road
2/3-10-17-24
Court on or before the 20th day of
February. A. D. 1950; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
lTiSeddatb"Miami. Florida, this the
,8th day of ^"-'^KUMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Se.l>& ^^ JR
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
(14 olympia Building
Miami, Florida
1/20-27 2/3-10
GUST BI? OS. RVf
Is the Oi ST*.' _^
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 129496.
MARGARET EVANS, Plaintiff, vs.
ALFRED JOHN EVANS. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: ALFRED JOHN EVANS.
41 LOUGHBOROUGH PARK,
LONDON S. W. 9,
LONDON, ENGLAND
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a Copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint, copy of
which is enclosed herewith, on the
Plaintiff's attorney. and file the
original in the office of the ( lerk of
the Circuit Oourt on or before 20 day
of Feb., 195U, otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 13
dav of Jan., I960*
y E. !', LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
' Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
KAPLAN. DIETZ AND LASKY
and JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitors for Plaintiff,
330 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 129384.
ANITA C WOODWARD, Plaintiff, vs.
BERNARD WOODWARD. Dcfend-
To" BERNARD WOODWARD
c/o Mrs. John Woodward
4408 Livingston Rd., S.E.
Washington. D. C.
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill for Divorce
on the plaintiff's attorney and to file
the original answer in the office of
tin, Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 20th day of February. A.D.
1930; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce heretofore filed herein
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
ISth day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Oircuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) ____ ,
Bv O. C. LEWIS. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN R. LYONS. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympia Building
Miami. Slorlda
1 20-27 2/3-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADB
COUNTY. IN CJHANCERY, No.
129690.
JACOB GROSS, Plaintiff, vs.
CAROLINE GROSS. Defendant.
TO: CAROLINE GROSS
7205 18th Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby ordered and required
to serve a copy of your Answer to th
Bill of Complaint, a copy of which
is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiffs
attorney and file the original in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 23rd day or
February. 1950. otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 23rd
day of January. 195(i .,,..
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit <--r.vvSea,)w STOOKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS SAMUEL J RAND. Attorney
NAME LAW r,17 Sevhold Building
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Miami. Florida
th* undersigned, desiring to engage in 1/27 2/3-10-17 _____________
business under the fictitious name of .----------------------------------------_...,,_
SAVE-MORE AUCTION SALES at NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
27"2 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami. I NAME LAW
Florida, intend to register said name NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court the undersigned, desiring to engage in
of Dade County. Florida. 'business under the fictitious name or
ROBERT L. TEPPER
B. BABE 8HARGAA
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
Attorney for Applicants
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FATHER & SON HARDWARE
STORE at 1516 8. W. 3rd Avenue.
M:ami. Florida, intend, to register
said name with the Clerk of
Blscayne shore Market at 10990 Bis-
eavne Boulevard, Dade County. Mm-
ida. intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Coul t of Dade-
County, Florida. -..
ALBERT BARON*
JOSEPH LEVIN H
HARRY DIET/.
Attorney
1/27 2/3-10-17-24
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY RUBEN
ARM EN RUBEN-
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
1/13-20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the the undersigned, desiring to engage in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Palmland Supply Company at 3707
West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
A. FRANK WELLENS
Sole Owner
PAI.LOT & TATHAM
Attorneys for Applicant
1214 Congress Bldg.
1/13-20-27 2/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under theniictltious name of
Johnston's cliie-n-fry Steaks at 300
N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
AAI'.on CHAJKEN
HERBERT MIGATZ
Partners
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Apptfcaut.s
Seybold Building
1.13-20-27 2/3
business under the fictitious name of
National Super Market at 5324 N. W.
17th Avenue. Miami. Florid 1 intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F1rlda- CLYDE SHEPARD
EMILY E. SEYMOUR
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
2/3-10-17-24 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Uiat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
Savmeyer Company at P. O. Address
1117 S.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami, Ha.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida. __
SAMUEL CHERNOFF
MEYER I. BLOCK
Partners
1/13-20-27 2/3-10 ________^
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT court OF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA,
IN CHANCERY. No. 129497.
MARJORIE ENGLE BARON. Plain-
tiff, vs. NICHOLAS BARON. De-
fendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: NICHOLAS BARON
1125 Seventh Avenue
Berwick. Pennsylvania
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
t,, Plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for
Divorce In the above styled cause
upon the attorney for the. Plaintiff,
and to serve your original answer
uiMiti the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
the above styled cause on or before
the 15 day of February, 1950; other-
wise the allegations in said Bill of
Complnint will be taken as" confessed
by you.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
Solicitor for Plaintiff
416-418 Lincoln Building
Miami Beach 39, Florida
1/20-27 2/8-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No 129345.
ALMA L114.L\N PECK, Plaintiff, vs.
ALBERT PECK. Defendant.
TO: ALBERT PECK
c .. Mrs, Pauline Peck
fit! Mott Avenue
New liondon. Connecticut
You are required to serve a copy of
\011r an.-w. 1 to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney
and "to file the original answer In the
office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court .on or before., the 14th day of
February. A. D. I95n: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
6th day of January, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
NORMAN R. LYONS
Attorney for Plaintiff
914 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
1/13-20-27 2/3
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI.
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANU>
FOR DADE coiNTY'. FLoillUA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 129231.
FIORKNZO JOSEPH CICCONB,
Plaintiff, vs. LOUISE TERRAZ-
ZINo OlccoNE, Defendant
i TO: Louise Terrazzino Clc< one,
Defendant
40S 15th Avenue
Newark. New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy Of your Answer to the
plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for pi-
vorce, on the plaintiffs solicltera,
Turk .<- Newman, whose address is
42" Lincoln Road, Miami Beai h, Flor-
ida, and file your original Answer in
the office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
in and for Dade County, Florida, be-
fore the 17th day of February. HICO.
Dated: January I, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By O. '. LEWIS. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON R. UANNHBIMER
Of Counsel
1/13-20-27 2 3 __________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage lr
business under the fictitious n 1:110 of
National Bake Shop at 12 62nd Street, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH PATANE
Sole owner
DONALD J. EANETT
Biscayne Bldg.
Attorney
l/-13-20-27 2/3


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PAGE TWELVE
9-Jenistncridian
FRIDAY, FEBRUabv,
"1,
1
Jewish Youths 12-17 To Attend Second
Annual Conclave At U-M South Campus
Greater Miami Jewish youths t conclave, and
12-17. representing Young Judaea weekend,
groups over the area, and many
non-affiliated persons, will begin
a three-day meeting Friday when
..( leeond annual Young Judaea
conclave opens at the University
of Miami south campus at Rich-
mond Air Base.
Approximately 150 youths are
expected to attend the education-
al weekend, according to Mrs.
Alfred Mamlet. chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission, which sponsors thi
director >'- th<
Emanuel Levenson
L Lodgo I'k sidcpil
Emanuel Levenson, Miami at-
torney, !;. been elected president
the Isaac Levin Lodge. B'nai
!. i! has been announced
here by C. R. Jacobson. din
of B'nai B'rith Council. Levenson
succeeds Donald Eanett.
Other officers elected were first
\ president, Morton Perry;
second vice president. Phillip
Schiff: secretary. Leonard Lubin:
urer, Albeit Beer: guardian.
Manfred Berliner: chaplain. Burt
Young: monitor. Donald Eanett:
trustees. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan.
Robert Levin and Dr. Maurice
Serotta.
Herman Popkm. Southern re-
gional director for the youth com-
mission, arrived this
Atlanta. Ga.. to help direct the
program and lead sev<
sessions.
Several prominent
will 5peak at v.
the conclave They include R
Leon Kronish and Irving '.
man. who will speak on the topics
of "What Kind of a J< w A
You?" and "Toward a Cr<
Jewish Community."
Louis Schwartzman, direel
the Bureau of Jew:.-:'. Edui
! will addiv
.] Ii II D Sey-
. Blumenthal. prominent Mi-
gist. Hy P
exti nsion division direct
I in au. will talk at
. i and Jeromi G
r of the Beth Daw I s
will lead the arts and crafts ses-
sions.
Herb Sohn and Doty Edv.
Jacksonville youth leaders, are
ypected in Miami I > conduct
-c veral sessions.
The program for the I
educational meet includes Fridaj
evening and Sab: vices,
Israeli singing and dan
sports, programming v
arts and crafts and extern]
nous speaking contests
Coordinating tin act vitii
the conclave is Miss M
Scheinberg. executiw secret
lUth commission. Thi V
Judaea leader's council led bj
Miss Joan Neve] is assisting in the
preparation of the programs.
Working on arrangements are
Rita Ross, kits: Florence Abi
son. contest and awards: Al
Heller. Edith Feldman. Annette
Melich, registration: Faith Alex-
ander, o.d.'s: Phyllis Wilpon,
prayer books: Jean Nevel. di I
turns: and Buddy Udell, chairman
of the Young Judaea council.
Other assisting leaders include
Fred Gold. Lillian Aronson. Har-
old Herman. Marilyn Goodman.
Janice Pre, Lester tenny. Nancj
Tarlyn, Larry Mamlet and De-
lorea Simons.
Instructing singing and dancing
will be Joe and Doris Pardo.
Moishe Oysher to
Present Concert
Moishi Oysh. billed as the
"Masters "V.'
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. on
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musical variety show sponsored
by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
,,n Sundav evening. February 12.
the Miami Beach High School
auditorium.
According to Ben Essen, pro-
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tickets may be reserved now
through the Sholem Lodge office.
330 Seybold Bldg.. and since the
theater capacity is 750 seats.
patrons are requested to call in
(or .-r;its early.
A sell-out audience greeted the
comedy show in 1947 and 1948.
Isaac Levin. Miami pioneer and a
past pn sident of District Grand
Lodge No. Five of B'nai B'rith.
will again carry a lead part, and
black-out characters will include
Leo Ackerman and Eugene W
Mrs. Ida Optnir. for many
years a"n outstanding civic worker
and known for leadership in the
Hillel Foundation activities at the
University of Miami, will be in
first time, appear-
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Ben Essen.
David Rabinowitz, the state
youth chairman of B'nai B'rith
and one of the directors of the
Youth Round-Up. makes his first
appearance with the cast. He has
been an instructor in dramatics
with youth groups in Philadel-
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at pre- nl acts as moderator of
the weekly "Youth I
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LY, FEBRUARY 3. 1950
-Jewistiilcrjktiar
PAGE THIRTEEN
Jewly elected officers of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith are
red outlining a program of activities for the year at a meeting
at the Miami Jewish Community Center Monday. Seated
r.) are Alvin Budner, first vice president; Sam Kessler,
lent; Howard Levine, second vice president. Standing are
Falkc. secretary, and Kenneth Knopman, third vice presi-
Installaiion of officers will take place at a banquet this


I
!&
Irs. Edward Mencher, Mrs. Alexander Robbins and Mrs. Ben
sr are shown discussing plans for the 1950 ad journal of Sister -
of Temple Beth Sholom. The journal will be distributed as a
renir at the annual luncheon to be held on Wednesday,
puary IS, at 12 noon, at the Saxony Hotel. Mrs. Mencher is
rman of the journal; Mrs. Seidler. co-chairman and Mrs.
Dins, president of the sisterhood.
Walter Kovner, president of the Hillel advisory council (right)
fcives check for $400 from David R. Isen, president of Miami
^ch Lodge, B'nai B'rith. following fund raising event. At left is
Ifrey K. Newman, program chairman, who directed arrange-
nts for appearance of Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of
kndeis University. The funds will be used for maintenance of
lei Foundation at the University of Miami.
ibles Center To Dedicate New Building,
itall Rabbi At Ceremonies Feb. 19
>rmal dedication of the new Coral Gables Jewish Center at
'alermo and the installation of Rabbi Morris A. Skop as spiritual
tt of the congregation will be held Saturday, February 19,
_'.m.
Members of the Miami Rabbinical Association. Cantor Joseph
fek, Organist Steve Kessler, and civic leaders will participate in
[services, which will open with the Shofar Call by Richard
|lman.
Special honors will be extended to leaders in the Coral Gables
|sh Cenjiju\ who will unlock the doors to the synagogue and
rooms,;esBtyl the Torah Scrolls, light the Nor Tomid Everlasting
It, and present to Rabbi Skop the first bible, prayer book and
[ book as symbols of the heritage of the Jew. American and
h flags will be presented and blessed and a special ceremony
Janksgiving marked by the chanting ->f the Sheeheyonu prayer
be Included.
["he Coral Gables Jewish Center hi la grown ;n less than a year
a membership of some thl I ver two hundred
lies, a daily Hebrew school, Sui school
Doys and girls :ind a facull '- .v;"i -
fwish i I ,i crafts, music, di leurnalism.
Mrs. Burton Lee Gordon is
the former Elaine Levingion.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Levington, Sans Souci Hotel.
Miami Beach. The double ring
ceremony which united the
couple took place in Chicago
January 7 at the Blackstone
Hotel. Following a honeymoon in
Honolulu, the couple will reside
in Chicago. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon
of Chicago.
Memorial Service Conducted For ,.i
Mrs. Goodman; Portrait Unveiled
Despite her ailment, she had be*
come an accomplished harpist end
pianist.
Her father, Max Lieber, Was a
cellist and his greatest pleasure
was to accompany his daughter
during her performances. Since
that day in January 12 years ago,
when he was bereft of his only
child, he has never touched his
cello.
On Friday evening of last week
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann of Temple
Isaiah conducted a memorial
service for the young musician.
During the ceremony a painting
was unveileda full-size portrait
of the deceased as she appeared
in her bridal gown, exeeuted by
Boris Obraskoff, internationally
famous artist.
Florence's son, Jerry, who is
now 15 years old, is a student at
Rabbi A bba Hillel Silver's
Temple in Cleveland, and like his
mother, is an accomplished
harpist
Lieber, a resident of Miami
Beach for the past six years, is
an honorary member of the board
of directors of Temple Isaiah, and
the entire congregation joined in
the rites.
Registration Opens
County registration books will
open in each of Dade's 92 voting
precincts Wednesday and remain
there for 10 days before they are
returned to the office of Carl
Holmer, Jr., county supervisor of
registration.
Twelve years ago last month
Florence Lieber Goodman suc-
cumbed at the age of 24 to the
Miss Stone To Speak
Valerie Stone, recently returned
from the State of Israel, will
| speak during services at Beth
David Congregation Friday at
8:15 p.m. Her topic will be "The
Role of Jewish Women in Israel."
An Oneg Shabbat sponsored by
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Oren in
honor of Dr. Oren's mother will
follow the services. The floral
offering will be given by Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Warshaw, honoring
ravages of a rheumatic heart.' their new-born son.
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FRIDAY, FEBR1TPY
3,
Academy Students Write
; To Foreign Children
In order to give its pupils an
' opportunity to learn at first hand
how boys and girls of similar
ages from different parts of the
world are living, the Hebrew
Academy has launched an active
! correspondence between its pupils
; and children residing in Aus-
tralia, Germany. France. England.
' Southern Rhodesia, as well as
I other distant lands. Recently com-
' munications were sent to Israel.
' but no replies have yet been
' received.
This project has been initiated
"to give the students an awareness
I of universal identity, kinship,
understanding and mutual co-
operation among children and
peoples of the entire w >rld." S >1
Sugarman, principal, said, "and
they are gradually acquiring an
appreciation of the fact that in
spite of differences of language.
custom, dress and tradition char-
acteristic of the vari lUS countries.
boys and girls are generally j
interested in the same games.
practices, underlying impulses.no
matter what place they occupy
in the multi-colored maps of the
world."
Simonhof f To Be S
Harry Simonhoff. Mi^,
torney. civic ,eader J*
Flondian columnist, win ,
on "The Fate of Spanish
at a meetmg of the SpinoJ^l
door Forum on SaturdaTSl
ruary 4. at 3:30 Pm atWl
St Miami BeachPChares12{>
will preside. A musical,^ >|
cede the talk. '"'P&l
On Tuesday
at 8:30
will give gfifftTSfiVl
"The Heavens anj J
series on
Earth."
S150.000 structure will include a lodge room on the second floor a P^parat.on room, .ecreta y.
office, large auditorium with stage, completely equipped lotchen and library._______________________
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To State Legislature
State Rep. George S. Okell an-
nounced his candidacy last week
for re-election to his third term.
Chief plank in his platform is
oppos:tion to legalized gambling.
Okell favors establishment of a
state purchasing agency and state
tax commission, revision of the
itate constitution, continued sup-
port cf the state public school
program.
He advocates stronger con-
itrvat:on and cattle fencing laws,
contmued full state participation
in the Suuth Florida flood control
piogram and adequate assistance
to the blind, aged and dependent
childrm.
Belli ll Ladies
Plan I'iirim Fete
Plans are being formulated for
a Purim festival to be sponsored
by the Beth El Sisterhood on
Sunday. February 12, at 8 p.m. at
the Dora August Memorial Hall,
according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
ptesident.
Hal Murray will serve as master
of ceremonies. Bob White and
other professional acts will be
feuured in a two-hour show.
T.ckets may be obtained bv
calling Mrs. Herb Schurowitz,
general chairman.

Labor Zionist Council
Will Meet Feb. 7
A meeting of the Labor Zionist
Council, which includes five
chapters of Pioneer Women and
the Bialik and Ben Gurion
Branches of the Ferband. will be
held on Tuesday. Februarv 7. at
8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y.
Pinchas Kruso. manager of the
Jewish Frontier magazine, will be
guest speaker. Kruso is on the
national executive board of the
Labor Zionist Organization. I. S
Shapoff will be chairman.
Outer Women To
Hold Card Party
The Women's Activity Group of
the Miami Jewish Con
Center will sponsor a luni
and card party at Reid's Restaur-
ant, 829 Biscayne Blvd.. on Wed-
nesday. February 15. at 1 p.m.
Guest speaker will be 0.;-
Jacobson. executive director of
the Miami Beach Y. according t i
Mrs. Ruth Nurenberg, chai
of the group. Reservations
be made by calling the center.
Film Forum Will Be Held
In St. Petersburg Feb. 9
The first community-wide film
forum on human relations in St.
Petersburg will be held Thursday.
February 9. at 8 p.m. at St.
Petersburg City Hall. Sponsored
by the Friends of the Library ij
St. Petersburg, the demonstration
on the use of films and an
visual materials as aids in build-
ing good human relations will be
conducted by the Florida reg
office. Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith. and the General
Extension Division, University of
Florida.
Gilbert J. Balkin. director of
the league's Florida office, will
represent the ADL. and Charles
C. Bushong, film forum specialist,
will attend from the university.
Among the sound films to be
shown and discussed will he
"Songs of Friendship." "Make
Way for Youth." and "Boui
Lines."
Mrs. Mairs Candidate For
Board Of Instruction
Mrs Edwin H M 4116
D |S R nut Gr ive, has
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truction, Disl ;!
Mrs Mairs is 35 years old.
ied and has tw i children
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famil f men in I
Navy. Shi' i> I the
I of dn ectors : I u C iconut
Parent-Teachers
Asi nation and a member of the
Coconut Grove Slu
committee.
Arab Judge Appointed
TEL AVIV. (JTA> Sheikh
: Tabari was this week ap-
pointed magistrate for the
Nazareth district by Israel au-
th irities. This is the first appoint-
ment of its kind since the Jewish
was established
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. Jple Israel Sisterhood To Dedicate
k-f aith Tea To Late Rabbi Zwitman
*Jenisti Meridian
PAGE FIFTEEN
[dedicated to the memory
Colman A. Zwitman, the
iterfaith meeting spon-
jy the Temple Israel
ad will be held on Mon-
Ibruary 6, at 2 o'clock in
(pie.
lers for the event include
Glenn C. James, White
; Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
Bsident of the University
ii and moderator of the
jnd-table of the Confer-
Christians and Jews; Dr.
Fisher, head of the
be honored with small corsages.
The entire executive board of the
sisterhood will help with ar-
rangements and hospitality.
Taking specific assignments for
the afternoon are Mrs. Maurice
Serotta, chairman of interfaith;
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, program
adviser; Mrs. Harry V. Simons
and Mrs. Elry Stone, hospitality;
Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. guest-
book: Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer,
refreshments; Mrs. Gordon Davis
and Mrs. Max Holtzberg, flower
favors for visitors; Mrs. Alvin
Richter, Mrs. Stuart Gordon and
Mrs. Alfred A. Green, invitations.
Mrs. Max Meisel, sisterhood
president, will welcome the
guests, and Mrs. Richter, Mrs.
Gordon and Mrs. Green, with
Mrs. William Lehman, Mrs. Ber-
nard Wall and Mrs. Henry E.
Wolff, will act as ushers.

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iciured outside of Dr. Chaim Weizmann's office in Reehovot,
. is State Legislator Grant Stockdale during his recent trip
aeL
a letter special to The Jewish Floridian. Rep. Stockdale.
"1 had a most enjoyable interview with the President and he
by all means to be remembered to all those in and around
who contributed so generously to the United Jewish
1.
I spent two of my days in Israel," the letter continues, "in
lem, where I met and visited with Lewis Wolfson, son of
ell Wolfson Lewis and I traveled over to Ankarim and
Jerusalem area generally.
The Jewish people deserve so very much recognition for the
fight they're waging here on these otherwise barren moun-
of Israel. And the amazing result is that despite all the
r helming oddsthey're winning. I feel the United Jewish
al has done much in these initial successes here in Israel
ecommend the continued support by all those of us who are
{to do so.
ad lunch with Miss Esther Herlitz, Israel delegate to the
Nations, and she wanted to be remembered to Mayor
Id Turk, who presented her with a key to Miami Beach on her
It visit to our famous city."
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Haganah Officers
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Two former officers of the
Haganah Vitzhak Armoni and
Nissim Cohen, both third genera-
tion natives of Jerusalem, arrived
recently from New York, where
they had been undergoing treat-
ment in hospitals for serious
wounds received in the fighting.
They are spending ten days in
Miami on the last lap of their
recuperation before returning to
Jerusalem, where they are em-
ployed in a bank, a subsidiary of
the famed Palestine Economic
Corporation. While in Miami, they
are guests of A. H. Sakier of New
York.
"Just as we are grateful to
Americans for the help they have
given in the past," the young
men said, "so now we need their
help in another waywe need
your investments in our indus-
tries, in our banks, in our public
utilities, so that they may grow,
employ more people, make more
goods, better and cheaper. Every
American should have a partner-
ship with us in the building of
our country. It will be a source
of satisfaction, apart from the
profit, all his life."
Patton Heads Pepper
Campaign In Dade
Stuart Patton, Miami attorney,
will serve as Dade County cam-
paign chairman for Sen. Claude
Pepper. Co-vice chairmen are Dr.
F. E. Kitchens and E. Albert
Pallot.
Heading the executive commit-
tee is Joe H. Adams, hotelman.
with Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach as vice chairman.
Jack Orr. young attorney, has
the job of executive secretary for
the committee.
Heading up the important phase
of latching onto and handling
campaign funds here will be
Hugh Emerson, former post-
master, as treasurer, and William
G. Ward, attorney, as finance
committee chairman.
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27, at 8:15 p.m.
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and Mrs. Mollie Glaber of the I
women's unit and Mrs. Shirley
Steen of the junior group con-
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An Oneg Shabbat followed. Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Slomowitz were
hosts.
Luncheon Postponed 1 j
The donor luncheon of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver has been post-
poned until February 28, awaiting
the arrival of Dr. Irving Bim-
baum, the executive director of
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