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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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,-CLUME 23NUMBER 38
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Miami To Join Other Communities In
C-Day Operation On Sunday, October 8
Miami will join with communities throughout the nation in
Operation C-Day, a giant ofiensive designed to collect all unpaid
pledges to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Jumping-off date]
has been set for Sunday, October. 8. and the C-Day high com-'
mand is already meeting to map campaign strategy.
Stanley C. Myers, who recently
returned from Israel where he
led a parley with Israeli
,iul Jewish Agency lead-
.,. been named to lead the
d
An a: my of volunteer workers
will call n all contributors of
$100 or less who have not yet
- ... i their pledges. Pledges of
over SI00 will be handled by the
Federation collection committee.
Myers explained.
.In announcing the operation,
said that "C stands for cash
ceive all or most of the balance
on outstanding pledges," he de-
clared.
Myers appealed for volunteer?
to serve as collectors. "If enough
volunteers are enrolled," he said.
"No person will be over-bur-
dened. The success of this drive
depends on the volunteers.
"In view of the fact that bene-
ficiary agencies of the 1950 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal are in urgent
need of money to continue their
i programs, which in many in-
mean
andHirf tnmeetthe Sta"CeS mean the SUrvival Of
dy needed to meet the hundreds thousands f human
' SfAi J&&J&! beings, we cannot falter," Myers
y: I N th Africa. We cannot meet J
ligationa unless we re-' (Continued on Page 4)
ltt.800 Arive In
Israel In August
HAIFA, (JTA)A total of
18.800 Jewish refugees arrived in
Israel during the month of
August, it was reported here this :
week.
An additional 980 immigrants
landed here last week aboard the
S.S. Kommemiut. A party of 670
Jews from Poland were disem-
barked here from the transport
GaJilah The vessel immediately
put out to sea to return to Venice
for another transport of immi-
grants.
Telecommunications
From Israel To U.S. Open
TEL AVIV, (JTA)A second
telecommunications system be-
tween Israel and the United
States was opened via Manila.
The first message over the net-
work was an exchange of greet-
ings between Philippine President
Quirino and Israel's Acting Presi-
I dent Joseph Sprinzak.
Judge Morris Rothenberg, World Zionist
Leader, Dies In New York At 65
NEW YORK, (JTA)Funeral services for Judge Morris
Rothenberg, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal
and for many years world Zionist leader, was held here Tuesday
at the Free Synagogue, with Dr. Israel Goldstein, officiating.
Judge Rothenberg died late Sunday night at the Hotel
Biltmore after reporting to the I
national executive committee of |
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica on the recently-concluded
extraordinary economic confer-
ence in Jerusalem, which he
attended. Judge Rothenberg was
65.
Prior to his election to the na-
tional chairmanship of the U.P.A.,
Judge Rothenberg served as pres-
ident of the Jewish National Fund
of America. He was also, for four
terms, president of the Zionist
Organization of America. A na-
! tive of Estonia, he was brought
to this country by his parents at
the age of eight.
i Messages of condolence issued
Home For Aged Dedication Set For Sunday
Plans are now being completed for the dedication of the
new Greater Miami Jewish Home for the Aged to be conducted
Sunday, September 24, at 2:30 p.m. on the grounds of the home,
150 N.L 53rd St., it has been announced by Judge Harold B.
Spaet, president.
" on the new premises, according to
Special invitations have been
issued to state and local digni-
taries, and the general public has
also been invited to inspect the
facilities which will be dedicated
at Sunday afternoon's exercises.
Over 2.000 are expected to be on
hand.
The ceremony will launch a
$250,000 fund-raising drive for
the construction of an infirmary,
two kitchens and a dining room
Judge Spaet, who is also cam-
paign chairman.
Members of the^Miami and Mi-
ami Beach Auxiliaries to the
home will conduct tours of the
grounds and serve refreshments
during the afternoon. There will
be no solicitation of funds, Judge
Spaet discloses.
Alan Gale, well known night
club entertainer, will serve as
master of ceremonies. Scheduled
to speak at the rites are Judge
Spaet: Mrs. Benjamin Appel.
president of the Miami Beach
auxiliary: Mrs. Jacob Krohn,
president of the Miami auxiliary;
as well as mayors of the munici-
palities composing Greater Miami;
Leo Allen, executive director of
the home; and Gross, a resident
of the home.
Fr. Bernard T. Tonnar, S. J.,
of Gesu Catholic Church will offer
the invocation. The Rev. George
H. Ricks of Miami- Shores Pres-
byterian Church will represent
the Greater Miami Ministerial
Association, while Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will represent the
I Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation.
Participating in the musical
portion of the program will be
Cantors Samuel Kelemer, J. Y.
Goldring and Joseph W. Malek,
Soprano Pauline Fried and Hy
Fried and his band.
All local posts of the Jewish
War Veterans, as well as AZA
and BBG units, will take part in
the ceremonies.
Heading the committee in
charge of the exercises are Harry
Danziger, Harry Levine and Leo
Steinman.
Headquarters for the fund-
raising drive are in Room 309.
Linjay Building, 235 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach.
Judge Morris Rothenberg
by Jewish leaders mourning
Judge Rothenberg's passing in-
cluded a tribute by Henry Mor-
genthau. Jr., general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, who
said that 'Morris Rothenberg died
(Continued on Page 4)
Anti-Semite Begins
Year Prison Term
ATLANTA, Ga., TTTA)
Homer Loomis. Jr.. leader of
the Columbians, a defunct anti-
Semitic and pro-Fascist organ-
ization, has begun to serve the
one-year prison sentence he
received three years ago on
charges of inciting a race riot.
Lipton To Head
Red Cross Drive
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami, has been
appointed general chairman of the
American Red Cross 1951 Dade
County fund drive. Lipton's ap-
pointment was announced by
Charles A. Mills, chapter chair-
man.
The new fund chairman, who
succeeds B. H. Blakey. has been
serving as chapter treasurer. He
also headed the large public serv-
ice division during the 1950 fund
raising campaign. This division,
with one of the largest quotas,
exceeded its goal by $5,000 last
year.
Lipton is well known in Miami's
financial, civic and welfare cir-
cles. He was one of the organizers
of the American Bank and Trust
Co.. now merged with the First
National. He was first vice presi-
dent of the Florida Savings and
Loan League, past president and
director of the Miami Life Under-
writers Association, and past first
vice president and director of the
Greater Miami Insurance Board.
(Continued on Page 9)
~. .u_ tiK Hkim for two kitchens and a dining roomhave boon completed, tho homo
ade. Alter initial improvorrt*construction of an infirmary, proruie naw for MU.
Jordan Asks UN To Halt
Action On Disputed Area
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
government of Jordan has re-
quested U.N. Secretary-General
Trygve Lie to suspend further
action over the disputed Na-
harayim area, Lt. Col. A.
Harkavi, Israel's chief repre-
sentative to the mixed armistice
commissions, announced this
week. He explained that the
Jordanians have "now observed
tho signature of Johb Glubb
Pasha, Arab Legion commander
during tho Arab-Israel war, on
a map showing that the dis-
puted area was awarded so
Israel" on June 32. 1949.


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I'll Say...
August 20. Yesterday, I became aware of my
departed youth. I visited the Tomb of Napoleon and
it left me quite cold. Yet only 13 years ago 1 was
thrilled to the gills. So I have to conclude that when
one is no longer moved by the stirring events of
history, it is a sure sign of hardening of the arteries.
The Mausoleum
The .Invalides, with its golden dome, is surely a
magnificent pile of noble architecture. The blue light
within the majestic church is a rare sight sui generis.
The body of Napoleon lies in a smooth sarcophagus
of polished marble in the center of a beautifully
proportioned rotunda. There is a large, yet elegant
simplicity about the fomb that expresses with re-
strained eloquence the majesty of death. This should
be adequate testimony of the national veneration for
its mighty dead. But just as the English are noted
for their fondness of understatement, the French
suffer from the opposite vice for overstatement. In
their love for the rhetorical and the theatrical, they
sometimes exceed the limits of good taste.
Its Lavishness
The large circle bounding the crypt is perforated
with niches. These cubicles are filled with statuary
of winged angels, of men and women clad in classic
Greek peplums. The Emperor himself is repeatedly
sculptured, not in the clothes of his day and time,
but draped in the Roman toga, with chaplets of laurel
leaves crowning his head. Why Napoleon was fond
of parading on his monument in the costume of Julius
Caesar can only be explained by Freud. Probably he
felt his inadequacy, and for assurance had to identify
himself with the greatest of the dictators.
Its Propaganda Value
These tableaux are crowded with inscriptions. All
of his battles, great and small, are listed. The arches,
squares buildings, monuments and streets he con-
structed in Paris are carefully tabulated. There are
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PAGE THREE
At The Tomb Of Napoleon
bills of particulars of his contributions to France in
commerce, education, religion, industry, laws, arts,
and general well being. Quotations from his will and
writings are chiseled into the marble. It finally begins
to pall. The splendor becomes garish. One longs for
the quiet dignity of the unadorned crypt in Mount
Vernon with the simple engraved George Washington.
A Vicious Tyrant
The name Napoleon should by right he held in
horror. He established his throne upon a mountain
of human skulls. He destroyed the Democracy that
had cost the blood and tears of a Revolution. His
grenadiers armed with bayonets drove out of the
assembly hall the authorized representatives elected
by the people. He abolished freedom of speech, of
press, of peaceful assembly. All the priceless rights
held sacred by our constitution he trampled under
foot. For a generation, he kept Europe in a constant
state of turmoil. Three million human beings lost
their lives because of his insatiable lust for power.
His last draft call for conscripts was answered by
old men and boys. His constant wars drained France
of its best blood. The nation was so devitalized that
half a century later, the Prussians were able to make
mincemeat out of the flower of French manhood.
The Character oj Dictators
The hypocrisy in some of the inscriptions is
repellent. Napoleon protests repeatedly his passion
for France. Yet one feels it all to be theatrical.
Dictators love their power only. They have never
been known to sacrifice themselves for any country.
One gets that feeling especially in Germany. Oh
brother! how that land was mercilessly bombed. The
German people collectively might bear the responsi-
bility for Nazi savagery. But as the train or bus speeds
by miles and miles of devastated buildings and
houses, one cannot repress compassion for the
thousands of women and children who lay buried in
the debris.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Yet if Hitler had an ounce of compassion for his
herrenjolk, he would have surrendered when it
became apparent that the war was lost. A German
pointed out to me a subway station near the Branden-
burg Gate in the Russian zone of Berlin. It is near
the Adlon Hotel and the Reich's Chancellery, under
which Hitler lived in his air conditioned cellar.
Thousands of people had taken refuge in their metro
station as a shelter against air raids and Russian
artillery. One of Hitler's last orders was to flood it,
without any notice to his Germans, who, conse-
quently were drowned like rats.
Disturbing Queries
Many questions occur to the sightseer: What place
has all this flamboyant braggadocio of a despot in a
free republic? Why do government guides extol all
day the virtues of a tyrant? Do the French people
require this glorification to sustain their own declin-
ing morale? Or have they the secret hankering for a
fuehrer, who can bring back the vanished glory?
French Deep Rooted Totalitarianism
Evidently the accumulated experiences of a nation
through the centuries run in far deeper grooves than
are revealed by its formal official pronouncements.
Perhaps the great upsurge of the French Revolution,
with its emphatic accents of Liberte. Egalite,
Fralernite was but a passing.phase in a feverish era.
The fact that Napoleon could suppress the Enlighten-
. ment that emphasized the universal Rights of Man
is evidence of its superficial roots. The Second
Empire under Louis Napoleon is but proof of a deep
rooted yearning for authoritarian rule.
In our own day, we witnessed the return of the
servile and the vicious. The Petains and the Lavals,
representing a section of the French nation, were
perfectly willing to rule as gauleiters under the
dictatorship of Adolf Hitler, the vilest slave state
ever known in recorded history.
Young Judaea Groups
Resume Activities
Local Young Judaea groups
have resumed their activities for
the season, Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, chairman of the Zionist
Youth Commission, has an-
nounced.
The units are now planning
their annual South Florida Young
Zionist conclave, to be held the
early part of November. This
ng will consist of education-
:c.ns, singing, dancing, arts,
crafts ind sports.
Any boy or girl between the
if ten and 17 is eligible to
YouM Judaea. Additional in-
i mation may be obtained by
iling S8-4643.
Frank Goldman
To Speak Here
Frank Goldman, international
president of B'nai B'rith, will ap-
pear in Miami under the sponsor-
ship of Sholem Lodge on Sunday,
November 12.
According to an announcement
by Jerome Weinkle, general
chairman, Goldman will be
principal speaker at a formal
banquet and dinner dance. E.
Albert Pallot will be in charge of
ticket sales, and Joseph Lipton
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Dr. Blumenthal Speaks
"The Psychologist Looks at
Love and Marriage" was the sub-
ject of a talk by Dr. Seymour
Blumenthal at a meeting of the
Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, Tuesday night at
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Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will
hold an all-day picnic on Sunday,
October 1, at Greynolds Park, it
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The event had been postponed
because of inclement weather.
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! participate in an all-day program
! of athletic events, games and out-
i door sports.
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Registration Still Open
Classes at Beth David Hebrew
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open, according to Jerome B. Gor-
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Sunday school registration is
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,
1950

Israel's M.I.T.
EDITORIAL
It is in keeping with the progressive tradition
established by the HaL'a Technion that it should
utilize the observance of the 25th anniversary of
its opening to announce an expanded program,
calling for the addition of areonautical and
cgrotechnical engineering departments, and an
increase in its student enrollment, which :.:
totals 1,450.
Delayed by the war for independence, the
Technion did not mark this event until this yea:.
Although its cornerstone was laid in 1912 and its
first building was completed in 1913, its work
wa: interrupted by World War I and, not until
1324, did the Haifa School start to function as the
first institution of university standard in Israel.
"Our Technion," is what the people cf Israel
call the school on Hadar Hacarmel. To them, it
is not only a physical plant housing Israel's only
Institute of Technologyit is also a symbol of
the living forces which have employed science to
wrest a livelihood from Palestine's arid soil and
to build for a free people a democratic state on the
foundations of modern industry and agriculture.
During the recent Palestine war, Technion,
whidfc includes an engineering college with
branfches for civil, mechanical, electrical and
chemical engineering and architecture, a Nautical
School and a Junior College for mechanics and
technicians, became known as the M.I.T., Anna-
polis and West Pcint of Israel. Technion has
already provided over half of the new state's
engineers end technicians, and many of its alumni
held key positions in the Israel Defense Forces,
government services and private industry.
Technion's origin is inseparably linked with
the very inception of Jewish Palestine. Its founding
marked the beginnings of Jewish Haifa and gave
impetus to the development of the city as a great
pert en the Mediterranean coast. In the early
days, when a bitter controversy raged around
the question of whether Hebrew or German should
.EVJISN EDUCATION fAONTH
THEIR HERITAGE
be the language of instruction, Technion led a
victorious fight for Hebrew, thus establishing the
primacy of this language in the country and lay-
ing the cornerstone of a Hebrew educational
system.
A pieneer in bringing technical education to
the entire Middle East, Technion serves as a
reservoir of Israel's technical talent and as a
pacemaker of industrial progress for the new state.
Medication
The Jewish Home for the Aged organization will
dedicate its new home and grounds at appros-iat
ceremonies on Sunday afternoon.
The acquisition of the new quarters came a'te
rather hectic times as the stalwarts left no's'on'
unturned to arrange the purchase.
The Home for the Aged ifl a comparative new
comer to the constantly growing roster 0f
organizations serving the Jewish Community but
even so it has made inroads that have earned
the hardworking group acceptance and admira-
tion of the entire community.*
The leadership has striven to cooperate with
the over-all community olanning and to in;
its expansion on sound and intelligent levels
Sunday marks another step forward for the
Greater Miami Jewish Home for the Aged as 'he
community gathers to join in a celebration that
evidences real progress.
Mizravhi Women
The gigantic achievements of American Jewish
Women in helping to create and build Israel have
been dramatically demonstrated in the qood
v/orks of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America, which marks its Silver Jubilee Anni-
versary this month.
From a small band of fcresighted women who
founded the women's religious-Zionist organization
in 1925, the ranks of Mizrachi Women have
swelled to almost 50,000 women, organized into
187 local chapters in every section of the country.
The labor cf a quarter of a century has been
rewarded in a vast network of 49 child-care and
social welfare projects which have risen yecr by
year throughout Israel. Nurseries, homes, whole
villages for the children of Youth Aliyah are
monuments to the loyalty and day-by-day effort
of Mizrachi Women.
As Mizrachi Women meet at their Silver Jubilee
Convention in Atlantic City next month to formu-
late further plans for the physical and spiritual
rehabilitation of Israel's newest citizens, thev may
take pride in the huge accomplishments of a
quarter century, confident of the organization's
capacity to meet the new challenges as it has met
the old.
Israel's Decision To Keep Doors Open Jewish Bank To
To Immigration Termed "Irrevocable" pen ,n Ber,in
.._ ... n i iounciea jewisn oanK.
NEW ^>ORk. (JTA) Benjamin American Jews, as an integral I initial capitalization of
BERLIN. (JTA)A newly-
founded Jewish bank, with an
500.000
SSSWrSai Operation CDay
Set For October 8
G. Browdy, president of the part of the American community.
Zionist Organization of America. funy and wholeheartedly support
this week termed as "irrevocable ,_ .
the decision of the Israel govern- SftJct ?n. f "r ,g?vern{!,e"t in
ment to keep the doors of the ^t,"?'j8 effort.,l? halt FomT
h state wide open to un- m""'stU^^nr Qhe ,decflared-
limited immigration despite the Ass,eKrtine lhat anti-Semitic forces
serious mpacT of such an influx ~^ & the'r Prpa"
upon the economic condition of fanda and a^v>t'es in arousing
the country racial ar>d religious prejudices
re-. u i land dissention. are undermining
t lltl^l VHSSSS&i neccssar>'- ^e very foundation of democracy
to receive 1.000.000 immigrants on which this country is built"
JUrtl"1! De; C ?ea &nd Mr Browdy voiced the hope that .. u.n^^.u memoes
t a minimum of 600.000. the U.S. government "will not Adolph Schoyer, Hainz Galinski.
x. activities lightly and jDr- Kurt Werthauer and other
Deutschemarks, will be opened
here early next month, it was
announced here this week.
The bank will administer funds
received from restitution claims
on behalf of Jews presently living
abroad or for the heirs of the
original owners, advise claimants
in restitution matters, and devote
particular attention to the prob-
lem of blocked accounts and the
possibilities of their transfer
abroad. The bank's board includes
(Continued from Page 1)
as a soldier in the struggle for
Jewish freedom and independ-
ence." He expressed the sense of
shock and bereavement felt by all
associated with the U.J.A., of
which Judge Rothenberg was a
national chairman.
(Continued from Page 1)
continued. "It is therefore im-
perative that every individual in
the community do what he can
to make the day a success."
There are 2.000 outstanding ac-
I counts in the 1950 campaign. Of
he said. "Prime Minister Ben treat these
S *t!2252? ulai.a-ma.,ter wil!' as in ,he case of Commun- communal leaders.
istic activities, take drastic action Earlier, it was reported from
to combat them. The ZOA presi- | Weisbaden that Werner Hilpert,
of 600.000 immigrants within
three years will require $1,500,-
000.000. of which $1,000,000,000
must be forthcoming through the
I of Zionism to equal his adroit
i and wise leadership."
, Tne J.N.F., in a statement issued
dent said his organization will I Finance Minister of Hesse, banned bv Dr Harris J. Levine. presi-
dent, and Mendel N. Fisher, ex-
Mrs. Rose Halprin, acting chair- gj &?"& 8Ti5
man of the American section of, Myers pointed out.
the Jewish Agency, said that Each volunteer worker will
Judge Rothenberg was one of have a statement from Federa-
te great leaders of Zionism of' tion. a temporary receipt and an
our time. His sudden and tragic identification card and badge.
, death in this time of crisis for i Permanent receipts will be issued
I Israel comes as a shattering blow. [ ialer
There have been few in the ranks Majors in the operation are
join other national Jewish organ-
- izations in this country in a
ve"tm^ -"^n,! Phe HPnVat1in" :re,entless ht to expose these
y?'!; dnd "tbond w loan forces and to render them harm-
irom American Jewry. less."
Addressing a meeting of the Dr. Emanuel Neumann, former in-
'.' ."tlve, committee of president of the ZOA. referring -u:ry Wo the bank's activities
twn-> h k Biltmore. to the Jerusalem conference, said: by a state-appointed committee
attended b> members from all "The discussions were marked bv 'JC'------,u
untry, Mr. Browdy, seriousness and a great i[
returned from the responsibility. Leaders of the
I* nom,c confer- Israel government made full and
in Jerusalem convened by frank presental i the f.-
the Israel government and the nancial and economic problems
ttuPh & dCClared l,ha; al; '^fronting the state and docu-
though Israel is n. w confronted mented the case for a vastly ,n-
bhlrtei"'US econom'c difficulties, creased outlay of funds during the
there is no imminence of an eco- next three years The d-odo4i tn
nom* collapse Reports to this launch a public .oa^wTs sub-
Th7n^' exaggerated. he JfCted to critical examination and
L,'L^, ,IOnary .^ r; ihf ar8uments pro and con care-
& 1 InTt ?- rtSld.? uf fullv considered. The statement
added evidence," he which finally emerged was adopt-
ed virtually without dissent."
Referring to developments on Dr. Harris J. Levine president
the American scene. Mr. Browdv of the Jewish Natirenal swi ,t
declared that while the ZOA te America. mS the JNF decided
[he alf out effort f ^nV" ,0,pu chase 'rom%he Israel ^
maxim S Jfflf ^elopment Company-the Israel
the Jewish Bank for Industry and
Commerce, the only Jewish-
owned bank in Western Germany,
from continuing its activities. An
official statement said the ban
had been imposed after an in-
last month
Herr Hilpert ordered the in-
vestigation, according to German
press reports, after the bank was
alleged to have paid about $1,050.-
000 of restitution claims in cash
to an unnamed alien whose
whereabouts were unknown. The
bank's board of manager declared
these-allegations were "complete-
ly unfounded."
enemy property60.000 dunams
of land, comprising the Huleh
region. He also announced that
the JNF has adopted a program
calling for "the planting of
3.000.000 trees in Israel within the
next 12 months, in a great efforl
Mrs. Aaron Farr. who will com-
mand the Miami Beach area;
Irving Saal. Miami; Joseph Mas-
ters. Flagler-Granada; Irving
Wexler, West Miami; M. A.
ecutive director, said that in Weidberg. Coral Gables. South
j Judge Rothenberg's passing. Israel Miami and Homestead: Mrs. Ben-
I as well as American Jewry "suf- jamin Miller and Mrs. Frances
! fered a heavy blow." The state- Danels. North Dade.
| ment noted that "it was he, A meeting of majors and cap-
| together with Louis Marshall, | tains is scheduled for Thursday,
who prepared the field for forma- September 28. and a workers
tion of the Jewish Agency." ] rally is set for October 5. A report
During the six years he was meeting will be held October 9.
| president of the J.N.F., the state- All rabbis in the area will refer
ment added, the "Fund soared to to C-Day in their sermons on the
unprecedented heights of both Sabbath October 6 and 7.
I prestige and income." :-----------------------------------------" '
Benjamin G. Browdy. president *Jenistlflcridf*arr> 40
Amen'ca SffJh 0^anization tJ'^'S^S^^^ #
nmerica. Sdld the "Zionist move- Sixth street. Miami IB. Florida. En-
ment and the Jewish DeoDle have tered cond.eiai matter July *.
' ind X^S'^Vs, *S &*Vft V&A g
ana guiding spirits. Always in the I The Jewiah Floridian has absorbed
forefront of everv national en-,the J**ih Unity and the Jewish
deavor ripriiritJl L *V I ,j Weekly Member of the Jewish Tele-
1 inn J medicated to the upbuild- 0raph,c A0ncy. Seven Arts Feature
ing ot Israel, Judge Rothenberg Syndicate. Worldwide News Service,
I was a mighty pillar of streneth National Editorial Aaaociation. Amen-
and encouragement to Zion X "" *"'" Enfl.,.h.Jw,.h
1 every hour of need," he added.
Dr. Israel Goldstein, chairman
Newspaper*, Florida Preas Association.
The Jewioh Plnrldlan
docF rot
to improve the soil of Israel -.nrf i
ristird^rm"^1^^^ '^^^^jn^^i^^1 ^ ^ "ew ^' ",d the '
ever greater part in American -^-^v^w^*-w^wrf>^MrfWrfWrfw nvir IfttlairQ T n. 70 4 nMuiJ^Ml
civic lutairs. Ine ZOA president
charged that "dark forces in this
country, which have oeen thriv-
ing olp racial and religious pre-
judices, are now engaged in
exploiting the tension that has
been -engendered by the Korean
war tip intensify their anti-Jewish
propaganda."
Special Deadline
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"0:,dl,w"te closed from Monday evening, September
25 to Wednesday evening. September 27. All materiaTand
photograpr.s for publication in the Friday, September M
issue must be in this office by noon Monday, September 25~
movement and the Jewish people
have lost a wise and faithful
leader with the sudden passing of
Judge Rothenberg. He gave 40
years of consecrated service to
the cause of Zionism and held
many important posts in the
movement. He was one of the first
to win non-Zionists to the cause
wis -h ^a-tional Home- His
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FRDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1950
+Jelsti SkrMiftr
PAGE FIVE
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
THE BIG PARLEY:
The pro-Israel national confer-
ence of Jewish organizations,
which is scheduled to open on
in various -.ypes of Jewish schools
throughout the country .
The proportion of children of.
school age attending Jewish
October 24, will lay the basis for j schools, according to community
the eventual formation of a | surveys, varies between 18 and 70
Friends of Israel" body in which j percent ... In Seattle more than
Zionists and non-Zionists will for- 70 percent of its estimated Jewish
teir differences The 2.000 [child population attend such
Jewish leaders from all parts of
the country who will attend
historic conference will witness! schools, and the same percentage
something which will remind holds true also for Dallas ... In
many of them of the time when Duluth, Hartford, Trenton and a
the Jewish Agency was formed as number of other cities about 50
a partnership between the Zion- | percent of all the Jewish children
ts of i schools. In Los Angeles 57 percent
this i of the children attend the Jewish
attend the Jewish schools ... In
, Philadelphia, a third of all the
his way to win over j Jewish children are registered in
Louis Marshall and | the Jewish schools The largest
enrollment is reported in Sunday
schools where more than 128.000
children are today receiving their
Jewish education The week-
day schools have about 122,000
children in their classes This
includes about 17,000 in the Yid-
ists and the non-Zionists ... At
that time. Dr. Chaim Weizmann
went out of
people like
Pi In Warburg, and now the Israel
government follows the same path
with regard to the non-Zionist
leaden of today However,
while the Jewish Agency repre-
sented political partnership be-
tween Zionists and non-Zionists
the new body which may emerge
B result of the conference will
limited to economic partner-
ship In this respect the
gathering will accomplish what
the American Jewish Conference
tailed to accomplish ... It will
finally bring all groups of Ameri-
can Jewry under one roof as far
Israel is concerned This
adds another link in the chain
,.f central Jewish bodies in which
all elements of American Jewry
in full agreement The
organization which succeed-
, ;. in bringing into its ranks all
elements oi American Jewry was
Joint Distribution Committee
. The United Jewish Appeal
the second major body .
Little by little major differences
will disappear between the va-
is groups active in American
Jev ish life And the establish-
menl of Israel will contribute no
little in this direction ... All
indications point to the fact that
tiie f-.rael government wants to
see a etjfAjg and united American
Jewish community rather than a
ommujuty split by jealousy and
ompetitive interests ... It took
Premier David Ben Gurion to
actually stimulate the October
conference since he believes that
a united American Jewry is bene-
ficial to Israel as well.
EDUCATION DATA:
Jewish education n the United
States is making progress despite
that fact that it does not get the
support and the attention it de-
sei ves This can be seen from
data rel( ased by the American
Association for Jewish Education
in connection with the Jewish
Education Month now being ob-
served throughout the country ...
Contrary to the prevailing opinion
that Jewish children avoid Jew-
ish schools, the figures of the
association show that the number
of children attending Jewish
schools increases from year to
.\ear Today more than 255.000
children are receiving education
dish schools and about 19,000 in
all-day schools, which are mostly
Orthodox There are more:
than 2.000 Jewish schools of all
types throughout the country and
they engage about 7,000 teachers i
. The annual cost of Jewish
education is estimated at about ]
six million dollars toward which
the Jewish Federations and Wei- |
fare Funds last vear contributed
more than one-third.
PURELY PERSONAL:
Next to the United States the
largest Jewish community on the
American continent is in Argcn-
'ina There are about 400.000
Jews there and communal ac-
tivity there is manifold and lively
. The Argentine Jewish institu-
tions have a fine reputation, the
Jewish press there is conducted
on the highest standards of jour-
nalism, and Jewish leadership
there is serious and energetic .
It has long been my desire to see
Jewish life there and get first-
hand impressions of developments
in that Jewish community. ... I
am going to satisfy this desire
during the next four weeks .
I am off to Argentina for a month
. Good bye! I will resume the
column next month with a report
on what-is-what in Argentina.
South Receives Honors
At Young Judaea Meet
The South won a number of
honors at the third annual na-
t..ihlrs Women
Plan Parties
Mrs. M. Ellis and Mrs. J. Teitler
will be hostesses at a^membership
tional Young Judaea convention partv to be sponsored by the Coral
held at Camp Sher, Aurora, Ind.,
Aug. 30-Sept. 3.
The Southern regional debating
team, consistin&of Herbert Rosen-
berg and Chuck Kroloff, won the
debating contest on the subject.
"Resolved: That the Observance
of Jewish Ceremonies and Cus-
toms is Necessary for the Pre-
servation of the Jewish People."
Reva Weinberg of Memphis,
Tenri., was announced as winner
of the national essay writing con-
test. Chuck Krololf was elected
national vice president of the
South.
Southern delegates attending
the convention were Herbert
Rosenber; Albert Bearman, Ted
Schlossman and Chuck Kroloff.
Atlanta; Myra Corkland and
Pessa Caller, Knoxville, Tenn.;
Lee Mosovitz and Shirley Rob-
bins, Savannah, Ga.; Ann and
Morris Broad, Miami Beach;
Mosely Meer and J. B. Mazer,
Birmingham, Ala.; and Dubbie
Stein, Nashville, Tenn.
Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women on Monday, September
25, at 8:15 p.m. at Mrs. Ellis'
home, 1851 S.W. 19th St.
The chapter has also scheduled
a membership function fur Thurs-
day. September 28. at 8:15 p.m. at
2154 S.W. 16th St. Officiating as
hostesses will be Mrs. A. Gans
and Mrs. A. Sheir.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Al Gold at 48-0131 or
Mrs. Bernard Stone at 48-9469.
Cornerstone Laid At
Beach Masonic Temple
The cornerstone of Hibiscus
Lodge Masonic Temple at Miami
Beach was laid Monday by James
L. Mixson. representing the Grand
Master of Florida Masons.
Approximately 300 Masons and
their families were present at the
ceremonies. The Miami Beach
High School Band provided music
for the occasion.

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PAGE SIX
fJenisfi rtoridH&tf
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,
Pcron Uroed To Halt Boa,h Optical Service Move* To Larger Ifuarterw
Anti-Semitic Papers !
.
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)
:' :.' Juan Pi
ki I in i mi i irandum sub-
mitt< d by the D VIA, cenl
' ive body A gentine
instituti : i
anti-S< mitic publicat
in this country which "insti
st the Jews "
The DAI A memorandum
th 51 "constitute an at)
against the constitutional and
democratic institutions of Argen-
tina and arc contrary to the
government's policy i ; tolei an e "
The Yiddishe Zeitung. leading
Jewish daily here, said in an edi-
torial that "this dangerous agita-
tion will bring only harm to
Argentina, if measures are not
adopted soon." Argentine Jewry,
the Yiddish paper added, expects
action on the part of the govern-
".. which 'has proven its de-
sire to maintain harmony among
all sections of the population."
The DAIA has also asked Jews
in this country to have nothing
to do with representatives of Because former quarters were
either German Republic A state- inadequate for its constantly
ment to this effect was issued growing list of satisfied patients.
fallowing the arrival here of the Beach Optical Service, owned
Minister Karl Spicker of the West and operated by Walter P. Voll-
German Federal Republic, who weiler. has moved into larger
To Entertain Board
Mrs. Irvine H. Millei
of the Greater Miam Pfh nt
National Home for Jewish r^"
dren at Denver, will I
the board of direct
luncheon and swim partv i k
home, 520 s.W. 22nd
TuiMiay. September 26. .-,, 11/m
The board will convene I i \w
CUSS the ways and means ,
I to be presented by the chairman
: Mrs. Albert Dublc ,!^
late plans for the coming ...,,
I WANT MY MILK
Walter P. Vollweiler, owner of Beach Optical Service, is pictured fitting glasses on a patient.
is touring Latin America. The
statement pointed out that "there
is no reason to change our attitude
towards the people who are re-
sponsible for the murder of
fc.000,000 Jews. No Jew should
(untact any representative of
either German Republic." A press
conference for Spicker was avoid-
ed by all representatives of the
Jewish press.
quarters at Suite 302, 350 Lincoln
Road.
The new offices are fully air
conditioned and include a labora-
tory containing the most modern
instruments and equipment ne-
cessary for the duplication of all
lenses and the filling of occulists'
prescriptions.
A veteran of many years in the
ptical field, Vollweiler dispensed
more than 100.000 pairs of glasses
while serving with the U.S. Army.
World Zionist
Meet Postponed
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The!
Jewish Agency executive this;
Dov Chapter To Hold week decided t0 postpone thej
Meeting. SUCCOS Party ^thcoming World Zionist Con-j
Dov Chapter of Mlzrachi will ress f_rm n""emb^ > *>. to;
hold a meeting and Succos partv tne end of May. 1951. Before that
on Thursday. September 28. at 1 ,mie' tne executive decided, a
p.m. at C tion Beth El. ac- 9on,eJess of American Zionists"
ng t,i an announcement bv should be held in the United
Mrs Rose Pertes, president.
SEASONS GREETINGS
coral wav
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Coral Gables
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and Drapes. Ail Work On
Premises
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States and some 2,000 to 3,000
American Zionist leaders should
be invited to it. The vote was
seven to three.
The proposal to postpone the
World Zionist Congress was made
by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chair-
man ol the Agency executive in
nited Stal
Di
in stressed I Zion-
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Sanford Kimball Leaves
For Emory University
Sanford G. Kimball, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Kimball. 1211
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, has
left for Atlanta. Ga., where he
will matriculate as a pre-medical
student at Emory University.
He was recently elected as one
of the state representatives of
the Order of DeMolay at the
group's state conclave in Orlando.
He is past master counselor of
the Miami Beach Hibiscus Chap-
ter of the De Molay and district
representative for the Florida
group.
The young man also delivered
the order's "Flower Talk" on
Mother's Day at the Miami Beach
Elks Lodge.
, Following his release from serv-
I ice, he was affiliated with the
j Southeastern Optical Co. of Mi-
i ami and in 1947 operated the
, optical department of Duval |
; Jewelry Co.
In 1948 he organized the Beach |
optical field. Vollweiler dispensed
Vollweiler carries one of the |
largest selections of frames for
men and women in the area. I
Moreover, he has had consider-
able experience in advising people
about frames to suit their in-
dividual personalities.
In the years that Vollweiler has
been serving this area, he has
acquired a reputation for fine
quality merchandise and unex-
celled workmanship.
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PPDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950
Jen>isti fhrldian
PAGE SEVEN
tables Unit Sets
1 p Temporary
Headquarters
Temporary headquarters of the
K -i Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables have been estab-
lished at 1 (31JJ Ponce de Leon and
all activities of the group will be
; lucted there until the new
building ia completed, it has been
announced by Abe Maloff, presi-
dent.
Sunday school classes are al-
ready in progress from 9:45 a.m.
to 12 noon and Hebrew classes
will get underway Thursday,
Si ptember 28, at 4 p.m. Children
five years and over are eligible
for Sunday school, while those six
and over may be enrolled in He-
brew classes.
lloach Juniors
Plan Events
Plans for a weekly Junior
-ah Night at the Music
Circus this season were formu-
at the last board meeting
of the Miami Beach Unit of j
Junior Hadassah held at the home ,
i i Miss Anne Hertz, 4526 Pinetree
Tickets will be available j
public as soon as a repre-
ve of the Music Circus ar-
:. Miami Beach.
An Ones; Slubbat for members
ts ha* been planned for
i 13, at the home of Mrs.
nder Kogan. 3722 Royal
Ave. Theme of the affair
The Jews' Contribution
ill Music." The twelve
I i f the Greater Miami
lassah will be the
the evening.
is also planning its
lave for young
the eommun ty.
With the cooperation of the National Jewish Welfare Board
end the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans, Rabbi
Morris A. Skop. Jewish chaplain at Pratt Veterans Hospital,
arranged home hospitality and reservations for High Holy Days
Services for all medical personnel and patients able to leave the
hospital. For all the bed-ridden. Rabbi Skop arranged for a com-
mittee of the Jewish War Veterans and Chaplain James A. Boston
to make the rounds of the wards, giving out prayer books, bibles,
making Kiddush at the bedside and extending Happy New Year
wishes. Packages of halavah. sponge cake and pamphlets on the
High Holy Days were distributed to all Jewish patients and those
of other faiths desiring them. In the photo Rabbi Skop is shown
extending New Year's greetings to Philip M. Levi. 1815 N.W. 17th
St. Helping serve holiday treats are Mrs. Tessie Solomon and Mrs.
Rose Horn of the JWV Auxiliary.
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The class will study school ex-"
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*Jen/sfi fkridton
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
22.
Charlotte Sandier
Wed To Norman Beil
Living in Miami after a wedding
trip through Florida are Mr. and
Mrs. Norman H. Beil, whose wed-
ding took place September 3 at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Zagoria. Rabbi Max Shapiro read
the double-ring service.
The bride is the former Char-
lotte A. Sandier, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred A. Sandier, 1785
S.W. 23rd St. The bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Beil of Brooklyn. N. Y., who came
here for the ceremony.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a floor-length
white crepe gown. Her short
French illusion fell from a pearl
and sequin tiara and she carried
white orchids and stephanotis
atop a white bible.
Miss Myina Sandier served as
maid of honor for her sister in a
ballerina-length dress of aqua
satin and lace. She carried a
bouquet of pink carnations
adorned with aqua ribbon. An-
other sister. Miss Carol Sandier,
was bridesmaid. She was attired
in a ballerina frock of yellow
marquisette with a corsage of
talisman roses at her waist. The
Misses Thelma and Ritz Schwartz
kept the guest book.
Lewis Beil of Brooklyn was his
brother's best man.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs Sandier chose a gown of rose
Chantilly lace. The bridegroom's
mother was gowned in navy crepe
, nd lace Botr. wore rose corsages.
A::. .-._ out-of-town guests w< re
thi le's paternal grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sandier. Jersey
C:y. N. J.
" traveling the former Miss
Sandier changed into a brown
th cocoa accessories
The bride attended schools in Rptrnthfll RpVPfllnH
New Jersey and graduated from DeirUUlW IMMclIUl
Mian Edis n High School. She Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dornfield of
nded the University of Miami Brooklyn. N". Y.. announce the
and is now employed by a local betrothal of their daughter. Paula.
loan company. A past historian to Stanley Joel Levine. son of
for District Five. B'nai B'rith Mrs. Rhoda Levine.
Young Women, she is a member The prospective bridegroom
of Star Chapter of the group. was graduated magna cum laude
Mr. Beii attended schools in from the University of Chicago
New York and was graduated and received his LL.B. from the
Miami High School. He is University of Miami. He is a
' a senior at the University of member of Omicron Delta Kappa
Miami and is a member of the fraternitv. a past chancellor of
naval reserve.________________ Nu Beta Epsilon. national legal
\^r^Jr'\^-^_r'un-i^v^*v^n^o_.%,iT^ fraternity, and a member of the
drddi r iH ,r., Florida Bar. He is affiliated with
RABBI LAZARUS LEHRER the firm of Goldstein, Klein.
Extends Best Wishes for the New Burr's and Lehrman.
the Rabbi. Choir, and Mms Dornfield is a graduate of
-Members of the West Miami Rockwood Park School in Boston
Jewish Center and to" the entire and aended Alfred University
Jewish Community of Greater and the University of Wisconsin.
Miami. ~--------------------------
Kneseth Israel Opens
Membership Drive
Kneseth Israel Congregation is
marking its first anniversary with
an intensive membership "drive,
according to Rabbi Isaac H. Ever,
spiritual leader. Goal has been set
for 1 000 new members.
A Succos party for all the chil-
dren of the neighborhood will be
------, held in the synagogue social hall
Anita Mandler,
Meyer Sherman
Exchange Vows
Carolyn DreSscr,
Robert Tepper Wed
After a honeymoon in Havana,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Tepper,
Miami whose wedding took place August
of the 20 at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel,
wedding of Miss Anita Mandler ] Miami Beach, are living at 2780
to Meyer Sherman on August 27. ; s.W. 30th Ave. The couple ex-
Rabbi Max Shapiro read the, changed vows before Dr. Jacob
service assisted by Mantor Maur- H. Kaplan.
ice Mamches. Trie bride, the former Carolyn
The bride, daughter of Mr. and [ Dresser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
The
Beach.
Coronet
was the
Hotel,
scene
Mrs. Ben Rubin. 2447 S.W. 18th
St., was given in marriage by her i
brother. Bernard Mandler. Mrs.
Robert Katz. the bridegroom's i
sister, served as matron of honor, i
and Miss Marilyn Greenberg. the
bride's cousin, as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids included Miss
Madeline Mandler. sister of the '
bride. Misses Roberta Freeman
and Deborah Hart, cousins, and
Miss Arlene Shapiro. Sheila Platt
and Sharon Gloger were flower
girls.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Sherman. 1900 S.W. 7th
St.. was attended by Leonard
Davidson. Seating guests were Jay
Blickman. Harvey Kaplan. Morril
Turk and Stewart Shapiro.
Following a wedding trip to
New York, the newlyweds are
ving at 2121 S.W. 14th Terr.
Mark Dresser, 500 N.E. 29th St.,
was attended by her sister, Mrs.
Emanuel Mayerson, Dayton, O.
Serving as best man for his
Mrs. Norman H. Beil
Mrs. Robert Lee Tepper
brother was Edgar Tepper. They
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Tepper. 4510 N.W. 10th
Court. Irving and Babe Shargaa
seated guests.
A reception and dinner followed
the cermeony.
27-nfSa;aheraGraa9Mr0snHA^
Malaslc was Miss SonU ,W>'d
Zalka. daughter of Aft" j?
and Mr,. Rose Zalka. IMS |w
20th Ave. The couple"?*'
i residing in Alexander v*
Hollywood Center
||. To Sponsor Dance
The Hollywood Jewish Cora-
munity Center will !aunch ^
social season with a dance and
entertainment on Saturday Sen.
tember 23, at 8 p.m. at the center"
Abraham J. Salter will serve
as chairman of the affair, and
Inn ZnXeTn, uewlr, 0I Seized Mr.
and Mrs. Club will serve as hoS
for the evening. Serving on the
program committee are Irvin*
Zuckerman. Bernard Goldman!
Saul Pearl. Lee Brush and Ber-
nard Weinkrantz.
Schwartz Bar'Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Sanford
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Schwartz, will be held
at Beth David Saturday, Septem-
ber 23, at 9 a.m.
A reception will follow the
service.
Registration Continues
Registration for both Sunday
and Hebrew school at the West
Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W.
17th St.. will continue through
Sunday, September 24, at noon,
it has been announced by Irving
L. Wexler, president.
Tyrone Power To Star In
New Frontier Program
Tyrone Power will be starred
in "Who Speaks for San Marino?"
second in the new human rela-
tions series, the New Frontier of
Human Freedom, on Sundav, Sep-
tember 24, at 10:45 a.m." over
station WIOD.
"Who Speaks for San Marino?"
is an original radio play about a
man who didn't push people
around and who didn't want to
be pushed around either.
The New Frontier was produced
for radio by the Institute for
Democratic Education in coopera-
tion with the Anti-Defamatfan
League of B'nai B'nth.
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October 1. at 11 a.m. Movies will
be shown and community singing
will be led by Cantor A. Seif
hrr,.-nts will be provided"bv~
the sisterhood.
First organizational meeting of
the brotherhood is scheduled for
Thursday. October 5. at 8 p.m in
:ial hall.
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Young Israel
Adds Features
Young Israel Synagogue, 4001
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, is
launching tw.o new programs this
weeka story-telling hour for
children and an elementary He-
brew class for adults.
The story-telling sessions for
boys and girls five to ten will be
held each Saturday afternoon | Miami Beach's Assistant City Attorney Irving Cypen and
from 3 to 4 o'clock under the Mrs. Cypen recently returned from a three-week vacation in
ja.perv.s.on of Miss Edith Feld- ; Philadelphia and New York.
Elementary reading and con- I ..
versational Hebrew will be taught Mr- an" Mrs. Maurice B. Broun of the Delano Hotel are in
on Tuesdays and Thursday from New York on a 10-day vacation. Following their Manhattan
be^in chSrShf1r"tlh Ka,ufm'dn wUI s,ay- ,hey wul head for Washington, D. C, to attend the official
ee or me class. reunion of the Broun family at a hotel function which will be
Tl>innlo |Ain4, attended by more than 60 descendants of the family, including
., w" the fourth generation.
rr Temple Israel will hold a spe- At Cornell University for her sophomore year La Miss Hilary
wSSX^sS^f^i^tT Ler-daugh,er of Helen ** Miami Beach rt
Following Dr. J(,seph R.Narot's [f.laUons direc,>'- Hilary is a 1949 graduate of Miami Beach
non on "Freedom Scroll and Hi.9h School. She has been pledged to Sigma Delta Tau and
h Scroll." will participate in wi" reside at the sorority house next semester. A short story she
the signing of the Freedom Scr. .11. wote recently will appear soon in an issue of Ccrnell Review.
British ADoloaize *, *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Saffer have returned from a wedding
TFI Aviv iiTj. tu r> 1U "5- "ernie saner nave returnea irom a u"
^^ta^JsJiSed^l'S "P N*w Yk nd are living in their new home a. 3321 S.W.
el for the violation of its terri- Mr- Safier is head of Jack and Jill Caterers.
ry by an RAF plane several ---------------- --------------n
gov
rae
by an RAF plane severa
months ago. it was learned here
this week.
The note said that strict in-
structions had been issued some
18 months ago to all RAF units
i".0"0!.!??8 nav'ga,'n over Israel.
Ided that new instructions
had been issued recently to p-e-
vent recurrence of such an in-
cident.
GETTING MARRIED?
Say It With Beautiful Music
Mr. BEN YOMEN
Music Director of the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center Offers You
His Beautiful Sacred Choir
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U)AY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950
+Jelst>ncrkttar?
PAGE NINE
Personally Speaking
Lipton To Head
Red Cross Drive
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will spend two weeks in
Icvannah, Ga. They will return October 8.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro of 853 S.W. 11th St., have as their
lCuseguests Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Feldman of White Plains,
Y., who are spending the High Holidays in this area.
* -*
New Yorkpr Sam Lipman is spending several months in I
ake Worth.
* *
Mrs. Ray Frisco of Carrabelle, Fla., is visiting her brother-
i-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger, over "the holidays
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard, Mr. and Mrs. Schlossberg,
i. and Mrs. Jack Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Jules Nass arrived \
j Hendersonville, N. C, recent'.y to spend the remainder of
leptember vacationing at Duncraggan Inn.
* *
The bris of Myer Weinreb, son of Mr. pnd Mrs. Herbert
Weinreb, 3233 S.W. 14th Court, took place Saturday, with Rev.
i Lczarus Lehrer officiating.
+ *
Palm Beachite Mrs. Jack Okin and her children have re-
turned from a brief stay in the North.
After visiting with relatives in North Carolina for several
weeks, Aaron Bergman has returned to his home in West Palm
Beech.
* *
Back in West Palm Beach after a European tour are Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Katz. During their stay in Paris, the Katzes met
Jewish Floridian Columnist Harry Simonhoff, who is roving
around the continent at the present time.
* *
Mrs. Joseph Banner and son. Jack Shocoff, have returned
to their home in West Palm Beach from a trip to Ellenville N Y
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotick and children of West Palm
Beach have returned from an extended trip to New York City
and vicinity.
* *
Fcrmer residents of Bronx, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pamess, : Largest Synagogue
have moved to Miami and are residing at 925 S.W. 3rd St. Mr. j Dedicated In Frankfurt
Famess is local representative for a New York lingerie house. I FRANKFUR" < JTA)i Ger-
* *,'*. Imany's newest and largest syna-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lundy, 911 S.W. 3rd St., announce lh|fOgU was dedicated here at a
birth of a daughter on Tuesday, September 19, at St. Francis
Hospital.
* -ft
Judah and Boris Rackovsky are spending the High Holidays
with their parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph" E. Rackovsky, 818
Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. They will leave for New York
tc resume their studies at Yeshiva University immediately after
the holidays.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman have moved to their new
home, Villa Biral, 8021 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables.
* + *
Milton A. Friedman, Miami attorney, will attend the execu-
tive committee meeting of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges in Orlando this weekend.
ft -t
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman will leave by plane Friday
for White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where they will be guests
at the Greenbrier Hotel. They will visit in New York before
returning here.
Israelite Center
Plans Events
The Israelite Center will hold
its next meeting Wednesday,
September 27, according to an an-
nouncement by Irving Sperling,
president.
The group is also planning a
Succos party on October 4 at 7
p.m. Mrs. A. Dechowitz is chair-
man of the event.
Also on the center agenda is a |
card party to be held Sunday,
October 8, at 7 p.m. Mrs. B. Baur
is chairman of the affair. Assist-
ing her is Mrs. A. Barron.
Plans are being formulated to
organize two teen-age groups
one for boys and girls from 12 to
16 and another for young people
16 and over.
MRS. JULIET OSHLAG
Joseph M. Lipton
(Continued from Page 1)
He founded, and still heads the
J. M. Lipton Insurance Agency.
Other activities in the commun-
ity engaging part of Lipton's time
include a life membership in the
James Carnell Lodge, Scottish
Rite Temple, Mahi Temple,
Ancient Order of the Noble of
the Mystic Shrine, Miami Lodge !
of Elks. Kiwanis and the Harvey !
W. Seeds Post No. 29, the Ameri- '
can Legion, B'nai B'rith and
others.
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a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania. He holds a degree
as a bachelor of science in eco-
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Underwriter (CLU) degree.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBFB on
Mrs. Meyers To Sakowitz Heads Lodge
iddreSS Aeademy Outing Committee
-_-..._ ;-.* io Tcc^ Sakowitz. youth chairman
w onion Sept. Z\\ of sholem Lodge B.nai B.rith
Mrs. Anna Brenner Movers, will head tee
7 3loro Vie For
"Tops In Town"
Seven now candidates have boon
named for the title of "Tops in
Our Town." to be selected at a
: Beach attorney and social ing an all-dav outing and picnic bi sored by the Miami
\vorker, will be principal speaker
at the open;:, i ing of the
ny Women, I I
: v build::-
S nd Jefi Ave., 1
I on T
Septi
Beach Ch A B'nai I
Women n Tues lay, October 10.
ind their spon-
Miss
,: Beach
Business and Pi mal Divi-
- n ol Had ssah; Mrs. Malvina
: AZA and BBG groups on Sun-
Greynolds
Park.
Ass stini Sak
will be Al
/in Rauzin
Jai k Mi!
Mrs. Meyers has just recentlv A pi competi- Weiss Ljebman, Sisterhood of the
returned from a visit to I- .<: I Shore Jewish Center; Mrs.
Is; Slot ara Chapter ill
h. Women: Mrs. Irving
Cypen, Tropical Chapter of B'nai
B'nth Women: Mrs. Hyman
Pertes, Dov Chapter of Mizrachi
Women; Mrs. Ida Luber. Esther'
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Congress: Mrs. Nathan Bloom.
Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women; Mrs Camille;
Baum. National Children's Cardiac j
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Judges of the contest will be
Mayors Harold Turk. William
Wolfarth and W. Keith Phillips.
and will discuss the vai i
problems thai : Workshop Will Present
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According to Mrs. Louis clair, will be presented by Radio
Makovsky. president of the or- Workshop for Democracy. Sun-
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Succos "Boruch Abo" gathering over station WMIE.
for all the parents of the newly Cast includes Alan Baskin. Bob
enrolled children of the academy. LaFlower. James Bishop. Bill
musical selec- Grete. Dave King. Gertrude Marx
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Mrs Gertrude Marx is director
tions will be sung by the academy
choir under the direction of J iseph
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of Hebrew liturgical music. Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, director and
irill make
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S S Torah.
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[y. SEPTEMBER 22, 1950
fJenisti fhriaftann
Succos
DAVID SCHWARTZ
a happy climax to the
inn holidays of the
L It does not call
kjj tual examination. It im-
jno burden on one's mental
L., I! Is sheer exuberance.
licing of the harvest. Its
, ill emotional. It is a
I, ,!(h, to expand, to en-
jje's self.
fend has it that Jacob was
I observe the festival of
Js. I don't know how the
|d arose, but there seems a
Ear fitness for it, for Jacob
[the man who was always
tog, the man who lived by
Lits. the man who wrestled
bllv with angels, the man
fe imagination was sometimes
Ective: who. one might say,
f^d f.i,!ii thinking too much."
ere is one incident in the
of Jacob which the Bible
which seems to me very
iicant. You remember the
[when Jacob is about to leave
uncle laban to meet his long
fen brother, Esau,
fob is t< rnbly worried. Esau
Dways been the outdoor man,
kimbie and strong hunter. The
Is of the field were no match
aim. How could Jacob hope
Jpc with him?
the past returns to Jacob's
the sense of his guilt of his
ling the birthright, over-
Ims him. He seeks to find
bes for himself. Esau was
pather's favorite. He, Jacob,
llittle esteemed. Esau was al-
sure to get a bright smile
his father as he went out
I the day's hunt and never
(id he return empty handed.
old man. Isaac, was always
of his vension, when Esau
[in the morning with his bow
| arrow. And when he returned
nightfall, the house of Isaac
ays rang with the plaudits of
low Jacob longed for an ap-
proving look from his father, but
never could he get it. They were
twins, yet Esau seemed so strong
and he, Jacob; so inept. Only his
mother Rebecca would sometimes
give him an approving look and
tin n Jacob could see it was com-
passion that shone in his mother's
eyes.
He did not want pity. A boy
i wants more than pity. He wants
I to fee] that he is able, that he is
.competent, that he is manly. But
I even then, it was not he who had
conceived the idea of cheating
Esau out of his father's blessing.
It was his mother who had put
him up to it. She had told'him
to disguise himself.
But what difference did that
| make now? Esau held him re-
sponsible, and vengeance would
! be his now. Now after he had
[succeeded against so many obs-
tacles, had acquired an estate,
: Esau would deprive him of it. His
; life had been so full of trouble.
[ Besides the sad days of his child-
hood, he had to endure the con-
niving Uncle Laban, who had
promised him his daughter Rachel
for seven years of labor and then
had palmed off Leah instead.
Still, he had managed to with-
stand Laban. All these cattleall
this property with which he was
now leaving, would establish him
as a person of some success. He
was a respectable citizen now. He
] had economic security. He could
j if allowed peace, now rest on his
I laurels. He couldif it were not
for Esau!
But soon he would meet his
vengeful brother. Perhaps if he
had not run away, Esau might
have "taken it out of his hide"
and it would have been better.
Just like these cattle, which kept
on multiplying, so revenge seems
to fester and grow and multiply.
The passing of the years would
only increase, so to speak, the
interest on Esau's vengeance.
But what was the use of all of
this worrying? thought Jacob. The
past can't be undone. You can't
unscramble scrambled eggs. What
could be done now to appease
Esau if possible and to minimize
the danger?
You remember how Jacob dis-
patched members of his party
I ahead- of the main group with
I gifts for Esau. They were to tell
Esau thai his brother was ap-
proaching and had sent these
offerings. There is no use dragging
out the story. It all boils down to
tiie fact that Jacob was in mortal
terror of his brother.
But what happens when Esau
sees Jacob?
Esau falls on his brother's neck
and criesfor happiness: He is
overjoyed to see his brother.
Those gifts which Jacob sent to
appease him he doesn't want.
But Jacob stole his father's
blessing.
Esau smiles. All the blessing he
has ever needed were .his bow
and arrow.
In brief, Jacob had built up a
whole series of imaginary troubles
for himself. He suffered from
what the psychiatrist today calls
an anxiety complex.
The man who is emotionally
active like Esau, seldom suffers
from it. It is a type of malady
to which those given to over much
thinking are prone. Most of our
anxieties are of the same sub-
stantial nature as those which
Jacob imagined. The evil that we
imagine, often turns out to be a
joy when we find the courage to
approach it.
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+Je*istfk>r*iian
FRIDAY, SEPTEM^
22,
I
.
Aim Yoin Tov!
Happy Holidays!
Mr. H. Zaidman
of the
Dade Kosher Market
With the joyous festival of Succos as our
symbol, I wish for all Israel, a year of
Simchas and Nachas, joys and pleasures.
Dade Kosher Market
153 N. W. 5th Street
Telephone 3-1430
Vi dor the supervision of
The Greater Miami Yaad Hakashruth
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoi-sky, Director
Listrti to WINZ en Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and
Tuesday! 6-7 P.M.
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A veterans organization whose
founders fought at Bull Run and
Gettysburg will observe its fifty-
fifth anniversary next month with
special ceremonies honor-ing
mbers who are under fire in
K rea.
The organization is the Jewish
Wai V- ins of the United States
which will convene at Asbury
r rk, N. J-. from October 4 to 8
for its annual encampment.
According to Albert E. Ossip.
commander of Miami Beach Post
330. the JWV was formed in 1896
by American veterans of Jewish
ii who had fought in both the
Union and Confederate armies. In
all, the JWV's records show, some
10.000 Jews saw service in the
contending armies of the War
between the States. Army
archives list seven of these men
as recipient of the Congressional
Medal of Honor
With JWV men throughout the
country entering upon active mil-
itary duty as members of Reserve
and National Guard components.
Commander Ossip announced, the
fifty-fifth national encampment is ,
planning program features to
h mor those who have answe.ed
the call to the color.
Special memorial services will
be held for Jewish soldiers.
sailors and marines who have
fallen in the Korean fighting. A
regular annual Memorial Service.
which is a feature of each JWV |
national encampment, will honor i
the memory of American war
dead of all faiths in past conflicts.
Highlights of the JWV meet :
will include addresses by Assist-
ant Secretary of Defense Marx |
Leva, Secretary of the Army i
Frank Pace, Jr., and Admiral Wil-
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Wives of members of the Miami
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ning University of Miami Sym-
phony series to be presented in
the New Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium.
President Earl Shurtz presented
the club's plan at a recent meeting
at which wives were guests and
Mrs. Marie Volpe, manager of the
L'M Symphony office, was guest
speaker on the topic "The Value
of a Symphony Orchestra to a
j Community."
One of tho aims of the Beach
. Exchange Club members is to
ide a minimum of ton
scholarships to the univi
Committee in charge of the
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Bertman, chairman. Henry O.
Nelson and Edwasd I. Mandell.
Among members who opened
Die drive were Mver Friedman
and George D. Sax, who pur-
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of eight. Friedman offered an
award of two Slr> subscriptions to
members of the club who lead
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also offered a subscription as
prize.
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IY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950
+Jewisli rhridUmn
PAGE THIRTEEN
Film Added
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.. Rights." new United
\< 16mm sound film depict-
,.' Universal Declaration
l.,,,,, rights, has.been added
s for Democracy -Li-
; the Florida regional
[ -Defamation League of
iBVilh, according to an an-
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| iL director.
lay for the film was
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need for the Films
I::formation Division
X.ii' ms Division of
ition in collabora-
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the UN declaration
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Rights' is par-
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ted.
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tn advised. Bookings may
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al ADL office. 330
[ild Build:nug, Miami, phone
rd Meeting Slated
I Miami Beach Chapter B*nai
V 'ill hold its first
meeting of the season at
Dmc i Mrs. George Bertman,
:- Drive, Miami
,, en Thursday, September
1:30 p.m., according to an
imcemenl by Mrs. Ida Opt-
[ lent.
Milt n Weinkle and Mrs.
|1<< G Idberg, membership
limn, will "Jtline plans for a
b I] call drive for
Ibers.
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IN THE MAIL
Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida
I have been called several times
lately in regard to poultry which
is supposed to be Kosher, but '
has no identification whatsoever
to verify this Kashruth. I was told
that such poultry is being
in: "Live Poultry Markets'
(freshly slaughtered, or cold); in
stores; and, in markets.
As a rabbi authorized and duty-
bound to give decisions on
matters of Kashruth; and as the
director of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth. I d, em it my
duty to give you the' following
information: 1) That poultry
without proper "Kashruth Identi-
fication" is not, may not, and.
can not be recognized as Kosher
unless a proper investigation in
regard to its Kashruth was made,
and it was found to be Ko
2) That there are men who are
neither recognized, nor endorsed,
or even qualified locally as
Schochtim slaughtering poultry in
some Live Poultry Markets. For
those Schochtim neither the
rabbis, nor the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth, is or can be
responsible. 3) To recognize the
authenticity of a Schochet, de-
mand that he affixes the "Kash-
ruth Identification Ring" to your
poultry. This "Kashruth Identi-
fication Ring" is given only to
recognized Schochtim. Further-
more, when we find some ir-
regularity with a Schochet, the
KIR of the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth is immediately taken
away from him. This ring (of the
GMVH) is therefore your guaran-
tee that the Schochet is recogn-
izd; and that the chicken is
Kosher, because he would not
affix a Kashruth identification
ring to a non-Kosher chicken. 4)
Poultry may also become "Over
Zman" (past due), and since no!
mashgiach to wash the poultry
does not come to the Live Poultry
Markets, I advise you to buy only
freshly slaughtered poultry with
the ring of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth. Cold poultry
shall be bought only in a regular
store where our Kashruth en-
dorsement sign of the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth, (the i
only community vaad in this
area) is displayed. Demand that
the ring of the GMVH remain on
the chicken when you get it.
Wishing you all a Happy Yom
Tov, I am
Sincerely yours,
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Director, Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth
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Sabbath Services Oet. 13 To la am h
B'nai B'rith Membership Drive
E'nai B'rith Sabbath services
will be held throughout South
Florida and the rest of the nation
on Friday, October 13, to launch
the national B'nai B'rith Roll Call
campaign for 1950-51.
According to Bernard Newmark,
Florida State Federation mem-
Talianoff, vice president of Miami
Beach Lodge.
Ground work is being laid for
the development of new B'nai
B'rith lodges in the communities
of Hialeah-Miami Springs and
North Miami, it has been an-
nounced by C. R. Jacobson, B'nai
bership chairman, all temples,
synagogues and centers will de- j B'rith council director.
vote a portion of the evening ____________________
service to tell the story of B'nai |
B'rith's 107 years of service Slioloill WoilHII
mankind. Twenty lodges in Flor- |
ida are making preparations to IO Holfl Tea
enroll new members in the. The fil.st social event of tho
census-year membership drive, 1 .. ... .
Newmark has announced. season;a membership tea. will be
In the Greater Miami area. | Siven by Sisterhood of Temple
under the sponsorship of the B'nai j Beth Sholom on Wednesday,
B'rith Council, the official drive September 27. at 1:30 p.m.. in the
will open on Sunday morning.
October 15.
A goal of 1.000 new members
temple's banquet hall, according
to an announcement by Mrs.
Alexander Robbins. president.
man of the South Florida drive
for the Council is George J.
has been set by the council for] Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, pro-
its nine_ constituent lodges. Chair- i gram chairman, has written and
will direct a humorous skit, in
which the following sisterhood
members will appear: the Mes-
dames Lester Korshak. Abraham
Block. Charles Gertler. William
Levine. Saul Herman. Joseph
Fenias and Chester Krone.
Other events which the sister-
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Women To Meet
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22. at 1 p.m.. Mrs. Ben Clein,
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Saturday and Sunday, September
23 and 24, it has been announced
by C. R. Jacobson, director of the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami.
Seven lodge presidents from the
Greater Miami area will attend
the two-day conclave. E. Albert
Pallot, first vice president of the
State Federation, will head the
delegation from this area.
Others scheduled to attend are
Walter Kovner, Milton A. Fried-
man. Samuel W. Shapiro, George
J. Talianoff and Bernard New-
mark.
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Registrations for Sunday and
Hebrew school at the Northside
Jewish Center are still being ac-
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Room 205. Miami Edison High
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from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. \
Hebrew classes meet at N.W.
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fJewlsii ncridli&n
PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
^T7Bi"uNdERLA^CT,T,OU8
iv. (TICK It TtBKEUY iHVKN thai
7 ., J 'lll-l, I' I !l'/U-tt I"1IS llillllf Ot
,' ', 5!A HOTEL il 2129
> ...'., Avenue, Miami Read.
inl.....- lJ reKlst. r wild name
he Cln ul.....irl oi
., i ,in.v. I i i.la
- HARRY GOLDHAGEN
LirRT DIETZ
_,. 28 1(1 MS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N NAME LAW
viiTK'K IS HERE'S GIVEN thai
,.,i. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name ol
SURE SHOP :>t THil Collins
'," l ,.,,i, 'ounty, State of Florida,
','. i i iefflster said name ith the
Cln uit Court or Dade
!<* ...
' JUAL HHERIDAN
BEX ST AH ION
LCK \ ABBOTT
.. fen Applicants
:-:: ':
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NU NAME LAW
v.ilHi: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
I I,. ,i, desiring to engage In
iml,, the fictitious name of
', |; WKI.IN UNIFORMS at 17
5 j. ;., street, Miami. Florida, In-
I .1 said name with the
fl, ric ( the Circuit Court of Dad*
Jounty. 1'"'*^,,, donnbR
llOHAlU' STRICHARTZ
' Henry Donner
i 2-211 i
LEGAL NOTICE
. ,-,NOTICE T0 CREDITORS
IN J HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DATlK COL'NTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
14721.
In Re; ESTATE OF
CHARLES ISAAC FRIEDRERC
I lecensed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i laiins or Demands Against Said
Ei tate:
v';"' '.....,' ot you, are hereby
notified ami required t preset
.aims and demands Which you, oi
either of you maj li n ..-.:. tnsl the
estate of CHARLES' ISAM' FRIED-
:''' '''....."ed, la:,- ol im,i.. County,
Moil.la. to the II,>n. W. I'. BLANTON
County Judge of Dade Countv, ami
rile the same In his office in the
i ounty Courthouse in Had,- c..... s
i louda. within elghl calendar months
rrom the date of u. tint publication
hereof. Bald claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be aworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be bat n d See Section 120 ..f the 1933
Probate Act.
Hail- September SO, A 11 1950
MAURICE FRIEDBERO,
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of CHARLES ISAAC
FRIEDBERO, Deceased
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for executor,
MAURICE FRIEDBERO
9/22-29 10/6-18
LEGAL NOTICE
IV
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Li,',, un.li rslgn. d, desiring to engage in
In- i under 11 >- fictitious name of
illi- KKOHMAN MANUFACTURING
,, ',, 1333 M. W, No. River Drive,
! intend to register said
Jnme with ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Ivtirl t>( 1 "I. County, Florida.
IHVI.LIS FROHMAN
n VRRY FROHMAN
LrtONdVITZ VND ARONOVITZ
J' I In Ills Kii'bniaii and
I'll I
!:---
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V tHK fllM'l IT '"' H'ilT OF THE
KLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
l\ i\|) ill DADE .'i iCN'TY.
PLOKII'A IN CHANCERY, No.
IXX i:;.i/ .i TH FRAZEE, Plaintiff,
,. nos v' i' LAVERNB FRAZEE,
i LAVERNE FRAZEE,
i t, Angola, Indiana.
.:ve a copy of your
i 'omulalnt for
|i '. attorney, Harold
Is i win Road, Miami
. i .mil file the original
.- ."'.ll; ol this Co nt
in o iber 12, I9.10, other-
| ro Confesso iil i"-
\. ii.
' ft h ill be published once
r lour consecutive weeks
| 'i Fl rid Ian,
lv.it iii.....ber 11. 1950.
LEATIIBRMAN, Clerk.
[ urt Seal)
By K. ll RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XtiTICi: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
r : ,i. desiring to engage In
I in.ler the flcl Itlous name of
Exclusive Tailors at l25
I .iii.-, Miami Beach, in-
| nisi .-..id name with the
ii.nit Court of Dade
I orida.
BEN KESSLER
: -1::
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! ...id Announced by
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till-: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND K< (It DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
24718.
In Re: ESTATE <>F MARY WILUiX
PATKRSON, also known aS MRS.
CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, D*-
cegeed.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against 8ald
Instate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required io present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of Mary willox Paterson, nlso
known as Mrs. Charles John Paterson,
deceased, late of Bade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Wanton. Countv
Judge of Dade County, and file the
sain.- in his office in the County Court -
bouse in Had.- County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or den.mils |., contain the legal
address Of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will he bafred. See Secilon
il'.i of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September It. A.D. 1950.
MARGARET U. M. DONALD,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of makv WILLOX
PATERSON, also known as MRS.
CHARLES JOHN PATERSON,
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Bj Lulls HEIMAN
Attorneys f..i Executrix
9 22 29 10/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'THE CIRCUIT COURT I IF THE
KLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
',;l FLARIDA, ix AND FOR DADE
18?4D? 'N CHANCERY, No.
JOHN c. HICKEY, Plaintiff, vs.
El LA AAIAM.a HICKEY, De-
li ml.ml.
......SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 "' 1 '!> Amanda HI. key,
SIM Lansing Street,
Chattan mga, T, nne
You are her. bj not fl. i thai n R
or Complalnl for Divorce ha* be. n
igalnsl you, and you are required
to Berve a copj of your Answet oi
Ileading to the Dill of Complalnl on
the plnintlfl s Attoi ney, Ai nol.l Watl
S82K North West 22nd Avenue, .Miami!
I:u da, and file the original Answer
or PJeading in tl..... i.....f the Clerk
d the Circull court on or before the
in day i.r Ictober, 1950. If you rail to
do so, judgi......i bj default will be
taki n agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
Tins nolle.- shall published once
each we.k for lour consecutive weeks
m The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED a. .Miami.
Florida, this is day ..i September, A.D.
E. It. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
circ.iii Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \v.\i. \v stock inc.,
Deputy Clerk.
ARNOLD WATTS,
8*28 M.W 22nd Avenue
Miami. Florida,
Attorne) for Plaintiff
'.. 22 29 in. .i-i:i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage iii
business under the fictitious name of
POINCIANA BAR at 728 N. B. 1st
Avenue; Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the-Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
WILLIAM F. WYNN
ORIN F. PARKER
STANLEY D. CAIDIN
Attorney for William K Wynii and
orin F. Parker
!l/i2-;'U 10/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL WOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Lincoln Road Florist at 1229 Lincoln
Road, Miami Bench, Intends to n 1st.
aid name h Ith the Clei k of the Ilrcull
Court of Del.- Countv. Florida.
IRVING WOLPIN
Sole i\\ tier
HARRY DIETZ
Attoi ii.-.-. for Applicant
22-29
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THK ell;. TIT C( It'RT I >F THE
1 ITH -I L'DICIAL CIRI TIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORBA.- -
IN CHANCERY, No, I : I
JOSEPHINE READ, Plaintiff, vs.
SHIRLEY READ, Defendant.
Td: SHIRLEY READ
ISO West 1 llll Slle. t
San Bernardino, California
You are hereby notified thai a Bin
of Complaint for Divorce has been
riled against you, and you arc hereby
required to serve :. copy of your
answer t the Bill of Complaint on
plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original Answer In the Office of the
Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before
the '-' day ..i October, 1950; otherwise
the allegations ..r said Dill of Com-
plaint ili be taken as confessed
Bgainsl you.
I lated 'In- 8 .1 ly ..f September, 1950.
E. It LEATHERMAN,
CU-rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Curt Seal i
By: R. H RICE, -lit.
Deputy Clerk.
.;lj IRGE -I TALIANOFF, ESQ.,
Attorney for Plaintiff
ti'.i Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
: 15-22-29 l .'
- NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.IN CHAN-
CERY, No. 135374
I'KAUl. FRANCES SKINNER, Plain-
tiff, vs. DEFOE L. SKINNER, De-
fendant.
I'd DEE. iH I.. SKINNER
C 0 THE Tl '.\l MS JAIL
NEW I'dHK, N. Y.
YOU are hereby required to serve
a copy of your answer to the Dill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plaln-
, Uffs Attoi nej and to file the original
[answer In the Offli.....I" the Clerk of
the circuit Court on ..i before the lltth
da\ of October, A.D. 1950: ol nei wise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein ill l I
as confessed by ou
l (ATEI' it Ml iini. Floi Ida, '
,lav ..I Sept. :il-'. A.D
I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
. 'in uii '..in i, I lade 'ounty, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
I (eputy CI. rk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's -\itornej :
NORMAN i: LYONS
914 (ilympla Building
Miami, Florida.
., 2'2-^> l" 6-13
NOTICb UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, .1. siring to ei .
business under the fl. tltlous na.......f
B1SCAYNE BEACH AI'TS al 020, 680.
840, ...... and 660 84th Street, Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk ul the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County, Florida
MARSHALL APARTMENTS, INC
By iu-n Glller, President
MYERS, HEIMAN ,>.- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9 15 -J 29 10 S
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IX COUNTY Jl'DOE'S c. IURT, DAI IE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 23335.
BE: ESTATE i (F
ANNA .' KEHOE,
Decea cd.
N. iTICE is hereby glvi n thai I have
filed ii. i.i .i i pot t ami petition for
Final Discharge I ixecuti ix ..r the
estate of Anns C. Kehoe, deceased;
and that on the 2 day of Ocl......r,
I960, will apply to the Honorable w P
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval ol
final report and for final discharge
as E\.. uttiN .,:' the estute of Anna C.
Kel...... deceased.
This Mli day of August, i
KATHRYN P. LE JUENE
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Kathryne U-.l.-une
Executrix of the Estate ..f
Anna .'. Kehoe, I leceased.
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
:. -'" 22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,f
B1SCAYNE BEACH APTS. al 625, 635
645, 6.V", and 665 83rd Street, Miami
1 s.-ach, Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court.of Dade Countv. Florida.
CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC.
By Ben Oilier, President
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/15-22-29 10/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
135170.
LEROY D. BROWN, Plaintiff, vs,
ethei. BROWN, Defendant.
TO: ETHEI. BROWN
Dul'ont Plaza Apartments
I Hi Pont Circle
Washington, D. C.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai a Bill of
Complaint for divorce has been filed
against you in the above cause, and
you are required to Berve a copy <-f
your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 6th day of October, 1950;
otherwise the allegation* of said Bill
..r Complaint will be taken a
< --,-.i by you.
September ;. 1950.
!:. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit i lourt,
(Circuit Court Si ll)
By M
C. FEIGE,
I lepulj Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the and, rslgned, d. ill Ins to en
- under the fl. i i lous name of
Brooks Novelty Co, nl 713S Abbot)
v n to regl-!! Id naui.
with the CI. k of iii. :ircull '..in t ol
lade ( 'ollllt i
LEO L. BROOKS
Sol. Ow
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
suant to the Fictitious Name Statute,
that the undersigned, desiring to en-
gaged in business under the fictitious
name of:
EASTERN PRESS PHOTO BUREAU
at 404 16th Street, .Miami Beach,
l-l..rid... Intends to register said
fictitious name In the office .if the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol Dade
countv. Florida.
HAL KAYE
DAVID I. M"I.DAN'
. iwners
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
Miami D.acl,. Florida
9/15-22-29 I" 8
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 I.inc.In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
: S-15-32-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THHTCIRCUIT COURT IH THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
135191.
LENA FLOWERDAY, Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY,
I ? fend.int.
SUIT Fl ill HIV. IRCE
Tl.: GEl IRI IE II FL( IWERDAY,
RESIDENCE UNKNl IWN.
You, GEORGE 11 FLOWERDAY,
Res ...... i 'nknown, are hereby noti-
fied that a Dill ol Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
..f Complaint on the plaintiff's .\t-
Itorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file Hi.....Iglnal Answer or Pleading
in the office of tin- ci.rl; of the
circuit Court on or before the Til.
day of October, 1950, If you fail to do
so. judgmenl by default will !> taken
agalnsi you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
Th;. notice shall be published once
each week : r four oi w< eks
m The Jewish Florldl n
DONE AND ORDERED ll Miami,
Flotida, this 6th .ia> ot September,
A.D. 1550.
K B. LEATHERMAN,' ('lerk,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX Tl IE t'l IUNTY .Hi" IK'S ''' (URT
l\ VND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No,
.
EST VTE OF
H !. INY Sll '.
Dee.
To A and All P...... I lav-
i 'lalnis oi Demands Ac n t Said
yUi | i h of you, are hereby
I and i. .| died to pi
i ml demands whl<
lust th.
if ANTHl 'NY KICI I, d.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS IIEREBY OIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desli i
s under the I line "i
IHSCAYNE BEACH APTS al S300,
s;>.-. v 120, 13(1 and :I4(I .'--: i
Mini B. h i oi la, In-
t. nds to ivgistei Id inn
ci.ik .,i the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, !
PAUL VPARTMEN .S, IN" .
Bv lien I'r. Ident
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAI'LAN
am .a neys for Appll ant
9 ; i-22-29
"'......ii Court, Dade
(Circuit Court
By R.
il VRi iLD SHAPIRO
I,ln< .In I to
Miami Beach, Florida
ii Plaintiff
2.29 10 '
lURty, Florida.
II. RICE, JH .
Deput) Clerk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 134995,
HENRY UEORGE WILLS, Plaintiff,
vs GISELDA CASTELLO WILLS,
l (efendant.
TO: GISELDA CASTELLO WILLS
91 Rua Domlngoi Perrelra
Rir, ilc Janeiro. Brasil
You are hereby notified that a Rill
of Complaint for Divorce has 1.....n
filed against you, and you are hcrehy
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Hill of Complaint on
plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original Answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before
the 26th day of September. 1950;
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PPDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950 Jen>isti fhrldian PAGE SEVEN tables Unit Sets 1 p Temporary Headquarters Temporary headquarters of the K -i Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables have been established at 1 (31JJ Ponce de Leon and all activities of the group will be ; lucted there until the new building ia completed, it has been announced by Abe Maloff, president. Sunday school classes are already in progress from 9:45 a.m. to 12 noon and Hebrew classes will get underway Thursday, Si ptember 28, at 4 p.m. Children five years and over are eligible for Sunday school, while those six and over may be enrolled in Hebrew classes. lloach Juniors Plan Events Plans for a weekly Junior -ah Night at the Music Circus this season were formuat the last board meeting of the Miami Beach Unit of j Junior Hadassah held at the home i i Miss Anne Hertz, 4526 Pinetree Tickets will be available j public as soon as a repre• ve of the Music Circus ar:. Miami Beach. An Ones; Slubbat for members ts ha* been planned for i 13, at the home of Mrs. nder Kogan. 3722 Royal Ave. Theme of the affair The Jews' Contribution ill Music." The twelve I i f the Greater Miami lassah will be the the evening. is also planning its lave for young the eommun ty. With the cooperation of the National Jewish Welfare Board end the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans, Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Jewish chaplain at Pratt Veterans Hospital, arranged home hospitality and reservations for High Holy Days Services for all medical personnel and patients able to leave the hospital. For all the bed-ridden. Rabbi Skop arranged for a committee of the Jewish War Veterans and Chaplain James A. Boston to make the rounds of the wards, giving out prayer books, bibles, making Kiddush at the bedside and extending Happy New Year wishes. Packages of halavah. sponge cake and pamphlets on the High Holy Days were distributed to all Jewish patients and those of other faiths desiring them. In the photo Rabbi Skop is shown extending New Year's greetings to Philip M. Levi. 1815 N.W. 17th St. Helping serve holiday treats are Mrs. Tessie Solomon and Mrs. Rose Horn of the JWV Auxiliary. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 U-M Adds Course To Aid Teaehers Combat lligolry A course designed to give techniques for combatting pn will be : f Mi iini. it lunced Saturday by M. A. F. Ritchie, chairms %  : lepi rtment of hu nan reins. 'i h i urs* wTTUII Cafffl s both graduate or underar.aq\ual£ cretU Its, is open to ewmentary and secondary teachers. Bchdfcl officials said. Registration will be from September 18 through September 23 at the Evening division office, main campus, and from September 20 through September 22 through the regular division of the university. Classes, beginning September 25, will be held on Monday and Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. The class will study school ex-" periments in intergroup education as well as a iarge number of recent publications by the National Education Association. American Council on Education, National Conference of Christians and Jews and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. ur home and will offer advice and suggestions without obligation. Call 5-2855 or 85-5000 — Ask for Boris LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Nari ntor NOW POUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. MON WED. AND FRI. FROM 1 P.M. TO 1:30 P.M. Sisterhood Board Meeting The board of directors of the Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold its first meeting of the season on Thursday, September 28, at 10 a.m. in the auditorium of the school'building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava you. root repaired now; you will aava on a now roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenuw PHONE 4-6M0 MATZ0H MEAL at its BEST! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOH MEAL Yom Kippur Nite Dance The North Shi n Jewish Center played h 'o :iic community at a Yom Kippur Night danci on Thursday. September 21, at 8:30 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Made from fresh, crisp HOROWITZMARGARETEN MATZOHS —"The Matzoh with the Taste". The modern way to "bread" fish, r-hops, cutlets superior ir stuffings and fillings of all kinds. Excellent for knoedlach, pancakes. Not too >~oarse, not too fine IT'S JUST RIGHT! The taste tells you it's good! The name tells you it's Kosher! 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U)AY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950 +Jelst>ncrkttar? PAGE NINE Personally Speaking Lipton To Head Red Cross Drive Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will spend two weeks in Icvannah, Ga. They will return October 8. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro of 853 S.W. 11th St., have as their lC useguests Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Feldman of White Plains, • Y., who are spending the High Holidays in this area. -* New Yorkpr Sam Lipman is spending several months in I ake Worth. Mrs. Ray Frisco of Carrabelle, Fla., is visiting her brotheri-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger, over "the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard, Mr. and Mrs. Schlossberg, i. and Mrs. Jack Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Jules Nass arrived \ j Hendersonville, N. C, recent'.y to spend the remainder of leptember vacationing at Duncraggan Inn. The bris of Myer Weinreb, son of Mr. pnd Mrs. Herbert Weinreb, 3233 S.W. 14th Court, took place Saturday, with Rev. i Lczarus Lehrer officiating. + Palm Beachite Mrs. Jack Okin and her children have returned from a brief stay in the North. After visiting with relatives in North Carolina for several weeks, Aaron Bergman has returned to his home in West Palm Beech. Back in West Palm Beach after a European tour are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Katz. During their stay in Paris, the Katzes met Jewish Floridian Columnist Harry Simonhoff, who is roving around the continent at the present time. Mrs. Joseph Banner and son. Jack Shocoff, have returned to their home in West Palm Beach from a trip to Ellenville N Y Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kotick and children of West Palm Beach have returned from an extended trip to New York City and vicinity. Fcrmer residents of Bronx, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pamess, : Largest Synagogue have moved to Miami and are residing at 925 S.W. 3rd St. Mr. j Dedicated In Frankfurt Famess is local representative for a New York lingerie house. I FRANKFUR" < JTA)i Ger* *,'*„. „ Imany's newest and largest synaMr. and Mrs. Jerry Lundy, 911 S.W. 3rd St., announce lh|fOgU was dedicated here at a birth of a daughter on Tuesday, September 19, at St. Francis Hospital. -ft Judah and Boris Rackovsky are spending the High Holidays with their parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph" E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach. They will leave for New York tc resume their studies at Yeshiva University immediately after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman have moved to their new home, Villa Biral, 8021 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables. + Milton A. Friedman, Miami attorney, will attend the executive committee meeting of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges in Orlando this weekend. •ft -t Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman will leave by plane Friday for White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where they will be guests at the Greenbrier Hotel. They will visit in New York before returning here. Israelite Center Plans Events The Israelite Center will hold its next meeting Wednesday, September 27, according to an announcement by Irving Sperling, president. The group is also planning a Succos party on October 4 at 7 p.m. Mrs. A. Dechowitz is chairman of the event. Also on the center agenda is a | card party to be held Sunday, October 8, at 7 p.m. Mrs. B. Baur is chairman of the affair. Assisting her is Mrs. A. Barron. Plans are being formulated to organize two teen-age groups— one for boys and girls from 12 to 16 and another for young people 16 and over. MRS. JULIET OSHLAG Joseph M. Lipton (Continued from Page 1) He founded, and still heads the J. M. Lipton Insurance Agency. Other activities in the community engaging part of Lipton's time include a life membership in the James Carnell Lodge, Scottish Rite Temple, Mahi Temple, Ancient Order of the Noble of the Mystic Shrine, Miami Lodge of Elks. Kiwanis and the Harvey W. Seeds Post No. 29, the Ameri' can Legion, B'nai B'rith and others. A native of Pennsylvania, he is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He holds a degree as a bachelor of science in economics, and a chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) degree. Sunshine Flower & Gift Shop 1119 S.W. 27th Avenue Floral Decorations & Cut Flowers For Ete% Occasion For Personal Attention Call 48-0009 or 48-0237 and ask lor HAROLD "SKIPPY" ROSEN FOR RENT Large airy doubles. Also twin bedroom in a comfortable private home with lots of space to relax. Kitchen optional. Very reasonable. Week, month or season. 1366 S.W. 15th St., Ph. 82-6082 Miami Beach Clubwoman, says: "When I attend conventions or intend to treat myself to a vacation I also treat myself to complete freedom from anxiety about my travel plans by leaving everything to FARR." i Aim TICKETS TOURS CRUISES • £c, 7UGUST BROS R -, I* thr Bf S T special ceremony attended by high officers of the American High Commission. When it was originally con: structed in 1908, the synagogue was one of 20 which served the j large Jewish community here. All were destroyed in the Nazi pogrom in 1938. It has taken five years to rebuild the synagogue, which seats 1,000. Slack Factory The Talk of the Town" We Carry a Full Line of Finest Fabrics Forstmann's. Silk Gabardines Tropicals, etc.. all 100% Virgin Wool Also Complete Line of Rayons Made to Order & Ready Made Price Without Quality Is No Bargain! 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PAGE FOUR Jm 1st flcrk/iar! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950 Israel's M.I.T. EDITORIAL It is in keeping with the progressive tradition established by the HaL'a Technion that it should utilize the observance of the 25th anniversary of its opening to announce an expanded program, calling for the addition of areonautical and cgrotechnical engineering departments, and an increase in its student enrollment, which :.: totals 1,450. Delayed by the war for independence, the Technion did not mark this event until this yea:. Although its cornerstone was laid in 1912 and its first building was completed in 1913, its work wa: interrupted by World War I and, not until 1324, did the Haifa School start to function as the first institution of university standard in Israel. "Our Technion," is what the people cf Israel call the school on Hadar Hacarmel. To them, it is not only a physical plant housing Israel's only Institute of Technology—it is also a symbol of the living forces which have employed science to wrest a livelihood from Palestine's arid soil and to build for a free people a democratic state on the foundations of modern industry and agriculture. During the recent Palestine war, Technion, whidfc includes an engineering college with branfches for civil, mechanical, electrical and chemical engineering and architecture, a Nautical School and a Junior College for mechanics and technicians, became known as the M.I.T., Annapolis and West Pcint of Israel. Technion has already provided over half of the new state's engineers end technicians, and many of its alumni held key positions in the Israel Defense Forces, government services and private industry. Technion's origin is inseparably linked with the very inception of Jewish Palestine. Its founding marked the beginnings of Jewish Haifa and gave impetus to the development of the city as a great pert en the Mediterranean coast. In the early days, when a bitter controversy raged around the question of whether Hebrew or German should .EVJISN EDUCATION fAONTH THEIR HERITAGE— be the language of instruction, Technion led a victorious fight for Hebrew, thus establishing the primacy of this language in the country and laying the cornerstone of a Hebrew educational system. A pieneer in bringing technical education to the entire Middle East, Technion serves as a reservoir of Israel's technical talent and as a pacemaker of industrial progress for the new state. Medication The Jewish Home for the Aged organization will dedicate its new home and grounds at appros-iat ceremonies on Sunday afternoon. The acquisition of the new quarters came a'te rather hectic times as the stalwarts left no's'on' unturned to arrange the purchase. The Home for the Aged ifl a comparative new comer to the constantly growing roster 0 f organizations serving the Jewish Community but even so it has made inroads that have earned the hardworking group acceptance and admiration of the entire community.* The leadership has striven to cooperate with the over-all community olanning and to i n; its expansion on sound and intelligent levels Sunday marks another step forward for the Greater Miami Jewish Home for the Aged as 'he community gathers to join in a celebration that evidences real progress. Mizravhi Women The gigantic achievements of American Jewish Women in helping to create and build Israel have been dramatically demonstrated in the qood v/orks of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, which marks its Silver Jubilee Anniversary this month. From a small band of fcresighted women who founded the women's religious-Zionist organization in 1925, the ranks of Mizrachi Women have swelled to almost 50,000 women, organized into 187 local chapters in every section of the country. The labor cf a quarter of a century has been rewarded in a vast network of 49 child-care and social welfare projects which have risen yecr by year throughout Israel. Nurseries, homes, whole villages for the children of Youth Aliyah are monuments to the loyalty and day-by-day effort of Mizrachi Women. As Mizrachi Women meet at their Silver Jubilee Convention in Atlantic City next month to formulate further plans for the physical and spiritual rehabilitation of Israel's newest citizens, thev may take pride in the huge accomplishments of a quarter century, confident of the organization's capacity to meet the new challenges as it has met the old. Israel's Decision To Keep Doors Open Jewish Bank To To Immigration Termed "Irrevocable" pen ,n Ber,in .._ ... n i iounciea jewisn oanK. NEW ^>ORk. (JTA)— Benjamin American Jews, as an integral I initial capitalization of BERLIN. (JTA)—A newlyfounded Jewish bank, with an 500.000 SSSWrSai Operation CDay Set For October 8 G. Browdy, president of the part of the American community. Zionist Organization of America. f u n y an d wholeheartedly support this week termed as "irrevocable %  _„ „ • the decision of the Israel governSftJ ct ? n f r g ? ve r n {! ,e t in ment to keep the doors of the ^t,"?'j 8 effort ., l ? halt F om T h state wide open to unm ""' s t U^^nr Q he dec f lared limited immigration despite the Ass e K rtin e lhat anti-Semitic forces serious %  mpacT of such an influx !" *£ %  ~^ & the r Pr pa upon the economic condition of f anda and a ^ v >t'es in arousing the country %  r acial ar >d religious prejudices ••re-. u i l a nd dissention. are undermining t„ lltl^l VHSSSS&i neccssar >'! ^e very foundation of democracy to receive 1.000.000 immigrants • on which this country is built" JUrtl" 1 De ; C ? ea !" &nd Mr Brow dy voiced the hope that —— .. u.n^^.u memoes t a minimum of 600.000. the U.S. government "will not Adolph Schoyer, Hainz Galinski. x. activities lightly and j D r Kurt Werthauer and other Deutschemarks, will be opened here early next month, it was announced here this week. The bank will administer funds received from restitution claims on behalf of Jews presently living abroad or for the heirs of the original owners, advise claimants in restitution matters, and devote particular attention to the problem of blocked accounts and the possibilities of their transfer abroad. The bank's board includes (Continued from Page 1) as a soldier in the struggle for Jewish freedom and independence." He expressed the sense of shock and bereavement felt by all associated with the U.J.A., of which Judge Rothenberg was a national chairman. (Continued from Page 1) continued. "It is therefore imperative that every individual in the community do what he can to make the day a success." There are 2.000 outstanding acI counts in the 1950 campaign. Of he said. "Prime Minister Ben treat these S !" T!2252? £ul a i. a ma ,ter wil! as in ,he case of Communcommunal leaders. istic activities, take drastic action Earlier, it was reported from to combat them. The ZOA presi| Weisbaden that Werner Hilpert, of 600.000 immigrants within three years will require $1,500,000.000. of which $1,000,000,000 must be forthcoming through the I of Zionism to equal his adroit i and wise leadership." Tne J.N.F., in a statement issued dent said his organization will I Finance Minister of Hesse, banned bv Dr Harris J. Levine. president, and Mendel N. Fisher, exMrs. Rose Halprin, acting chairgj &?"& 8Ti5 man of the American section of, Myers pointed out. the Jewish Agency, said that Each volunteer worker will Judge Rothenberg was one of have a statement from Federate great leaders of Zionism of tion. a temporary receipt and an our time. His sudden and tragic identification card and badge. death in this time of crisis for i Permanent receipts will be issued I Israel comes as a shattering blow. [ i ale r There have been few in the ranks Majors in the operation are join other national Jewish organ—izations in this country in a ve"tm^ -"^n,! P h e H PnVat 1 i n : re,entless ht to expose these y !" ?' ; dnd t bond w loan forces and to render them harmirom American Jewry. less." Addressing a meeting of the Dr. Emanuel Neumann, former in'.' ." tlve committee of president of the ZOA. referring u:r y Wo the bank's activities twn-> H K Biltmore. to the Jerusalem conference, said: by a state-appointed committee attended b> members from all "The discussions were marked bv JC ,u untry, Mr. Browdy, seriousness and a great !" i[ returned from the responsibility. Leaders of the I !" nom,c conferIsrael government made full and in Jerusalem convened by frank presental i the f.the Israel government and the nancial and economic problems ttuPh & dCClared l ha; al ; '^fronting the state and docuthough Israel is n. w confronted mented the case for a vastly ,nb hlrt ei "' US econom c difficulties, creased outlay of funds during the there is no imminence of an econext three years The D-ODO4I tn nom* collapse Reports to this launch a public .oa^wTs sub••Th7n^' exaggerated. he JfCted to critical examination and L,'L^, IOnary .^ r ; i h f ar 8 u ments pro and con care& 1 InTt ?%  r tSld .? u f fullv considered. The statement added evidence," he which finally emerged was adopt„ ed virtually without dissent." Referring to developments on Dr. Harris J. Levine president the American scene. Mr. Browdv of the Jewish Natirenal %  swi ,t declared that while the ZOA te America. MS the JNF decided [he alf out effort f ^nV" ,0 pu chase 'rom%he Israel ^ maxim !" !" S Jfflf ^ elopment Company-the Israel the Jewish Bank for Industry and Commerce, the only Jewishowned bank in Western Germany, from continuing its activities. An official statement said the ban had been imposed after an inlast month Herr Hilpert ordered the investigation, according to German press reports, after the bank was alleged to have paid about $1,050.000 of restitution claims in cash to an unnamed alien whose whereabouts were unknown. The bank's board of manager declared these-allegations were "completely unfounded." enemy property—60.000 dunams of land, comprising the Huleh region. He also announced that the JNF has adopted a program calling for "the planting of 3.000.000 trees in Israel within the next 12 months, in a great efforl Mrs. Aaron Farr. who will command the Miami Beach area; Irving Saal. Miami; Joseph Masters. Flagler-Granada; Irving Wexler, West Miami; M. A. ecutive director, said that in Weidberg. Coral Gables. South j Judge Rothenberg's passing. Israel Miami and Homestead: Mrs. BenI as well as American Jewry "suf' jamin Miller and Mrs. Frances fered a heavy blow." The stateDanels. North Dade. | ment noted that "it was he, A meeting of majors and cap| together with Louis Marshall, | tains is scheduled for Thursday, who prepared the field for forma! September 28. and a workers tion of the Jewish Agency." ] rally is set for October 5. A report During the six years he was meeting will be held October 9. | president of the J.N.F., the stateAll rabbis in the area will refer ment added, the "Fund soared to to C-Day in their sermons on the unprecedented heights of both Sabbath October 6 and 7. I prestige and income." : %  Benjamin G. Browdy. president *Jenistlflcridf*arr> 40 „ Amen'ca SffJh 0 ^ anization tJ'^'S^S^^^ # nmerica. Sdld the "Zionist moveSixth street. Miami IB. Florida. Enment and the Jewish DeoDle have tered •• cond.eiai matter July *. ind X^S'^Vs, *S &*Vft V&A £g ana guiding spirits. Always in the I The Jewiah Floridian has absorbed forefront of everv national en, the J **ih Unity and the Jewish deavor ripriiritJl L *V I ,j Weekly Member of the Jewish Tele1 inn J medicated to the upbuild0 raph,c A 0 ncy. Seven Arts Feature ing ot Israel, Judge Rothenberg Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, I was a mighty pillar of streneth National Editorial Aaaociation. Amenand encouragement to Zion X "" *"•'••" En fl .,.h.Jw,.h 1 every hour of need," he added. Dr. Israel Goldstein, chairman Newspaper*, Florida Preas Association. The Jewioh Plnrldlan docF rot to improve the soil of Israel -.nrf i ristird^rm"^ 1 ^^^ %  ^^^^jn^^i^^ 1 ^ ^ ew ^' ,d the ever greater part in American -^-^ v ^w^*-w^wrf>^ M rf W rf Wrfw


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PAGE TEN +Jenist> ncrktiar) %  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBFB on •Mrs. Meyers To Sakowitz Heads Lodge iddreSS Aeademy Outing Committee •-_-..._ ;„-.* io Tcc ^ Sakowitz. youth chairman w onion Sept. Z\\ of sholem Lodge B nai B rith Mrs. Anna Brenner Movers, will head tee 7 3loro Vie For "Tops In Town" Seven now candidates have boon named for the title of "Tops in Our Town." to be selected at a : Beach attorney and social ing an all-dav outing and picnic bi sored by the Miami \vorker, will be principal speaker at the open;:, i ing of the %  ny Women, I • I %  : v build::S nd Jefi Ave., 1 I %  on T Septi Beach Ch A B'nai I Women n Tues lay, October 10. ind their sponMiss : Beach Business and Pi mal Divin ol Had ssah; Mrs. Malvina : AZA and BBG groups on SunGreynolds Park. Ass stini Sak will be Al /in Rauzin Jai k Mi! Mrs. Meyers has just recentlv A pi competiWeiss Ljebman, Sisterhood of the returned from a visit to I.< %  : I Shore Jewish Center; Mrs. Is; Slot ara Chapter ill h. Women: Mrs. Irving Cypen, Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'nth Women: Mrs. Hyman Pertes, Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women; Mrs. Ida Luber. Esther' Chapter of the American Jewish Congress: Mrs. Nathan Bloom. Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women; Mrs Camille; Baum. National Children's Cardiac j Home. Judges of the contest will be Mayors Harold Turk. William Wolfarth and W. Keith Phillips. and will discuss the vai i problems thai : Workshop Will Present nfant nation is facing. She Mamn T M „ /-•; &f „" will stress the methods by which Memo lo My City Americans can be of help. Memo to My City," by Jo SinAccording to Mrs. Louis clair, will be presented by Radio Makovsky. president of the orWorkshop for Democracy. Sunganization. the meeting will be a day. September 24. at 7:45 p.m. Succos "Boruch Abo" gathering over station WMIE. for all the parents of the newly Cast includes Alan Baskin. Bob enrolled children of the academy. LaFlower. James Bishop. Bill • musical selecGrete. Dave King. Gertrude Marx and Naomi Green. Mrs Gertrude Marx is director tions will be sung by the academy choir under the direction of J iseph Schreibman. pianist and composer of Hebrew liturgical music. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, director and irill make i Mrs. ':. rt on a special holiday project S S Torah. and Steve Kesslefis musical diprizes will include a two day trip rector. llcri.K VuiH-ii To l-rjiiVrii.lv Post .. 1 ".: ; : ted to the grai : .' : 61 to Havana, courtesy of Farr Tours; a weekend for two at the Delano Hotel, courtesy of the Bea! H H % %  at M %  4>ali!x Wi School 1010 West Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone: 5-0606 "A GOOD NAME Is more to be treasured than riches." ProverbGORDON FUNERAL HOMESYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD N IMPLIE For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have % %  one for other gratefu' families GORDON 710 S^W. 2th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or £1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director hotel; a sweater, courtesy of Mickey's. 4117 Prairie Ave. Pansy Flaum will provide corsages for all entrants. Mrs. Ida Optner, president. urges all organizations which have not yet submitted their canlidates to do .so at once. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION T tk 'Roosevelt Sekor *T HY0E PARK, N y, Rloncf Schor.t |,,. „.„. eduction ; Am„,, i ,'. j > "Wn tursl home life, m •• -'*'"' cui. ENROLLING NOW '• '"'.llll IN U strated'cata'lofl3on,. n ," N. Y LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION MMicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, inc. 10 S.E. 5th St., Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Boats Machinery Office Safes Household Concrete Pouring Move Anything 31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 2236 N. W. Miami Court Phone 9-8959 — 83-6437 NOW THERE'S MORE ...and there wiSI be still more as our vast expansion program continues Budweiser TAD MMIK *M. o. s. T. orr. ANHEUSER.BUSCH ... SAINT LOUIS Phone 2-7401 Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. SAM BLANK, Pres. Miami, Ito



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FRDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1950 I'll Say... August 20. Yesterday, I became aware of my departed youth. I visited the Tomb of Napoleon and it left me quite cold. Yet only 13 years ago 1 was thrilled to the gills. So I have to conclude that when one is no longer moved by the stirring events of history, it is a sure sign of hardening of the arteries. The Mausoleum The .Invalides, with its golden dome, is surely a magnificent pile of noble architecture. The blue light within the majestic church is a rare sight sui generis. The body of Napoleon lies in a smooth sarcophagus of polished marble in • the center of a beautifully proportioned rotunda. There is a large, yet elegant simplicity about the fomb that expresses with restrained eloquence the majesty of death. This should be adequate testimony of the national veneration for its mighty dead. But just as the English are noted for their fondness of understatement, the French suffer from the opposite vice for overstatement. In their love for the rhetorical and the theatrical, they sometimes exceed the limits of good taste. Its Lavishness The large circle bounding the crypt is perforated with niches. These cubicles are filled with statuary of winged angels, of men and women clad in classic Greek peplums. The Emperor himself is repeatedly sculptured, not in the clothes of his day and time, but draped in the Roman toga, with chaplets of laurel leaves crowning his head. Why Napoleon was fond of parading on his monument in the costume of Julius Caesar can only be explained by Freud. Probably he felt his inadequacy, and for assurance had to identify himself with the greatest of the dictators. Its Propaganda Value These tableaux are crowded with inscriptions. All of his battles, great and small, are listed. The arches, squares buildings, monuments and streets he constructed in Paris are carefully tabulated. There are Jewish fk*Mian PAGE THREE At The Tomb Of Napoleon bills of particulars of his contributions to France in commerce, education, religion, industry, laws, arts, and general well being. Quotations from his will and writings are chiseled into the marble. It finally begins to pall. The splendor becomes garish. One longs for the quiet dignity of the unadorned crypt in Mount Vernon with the simple engraved George Washington. A Vicious Tyrant The name Napoleon should by right he held in horror. He established his throne upon a mountain of human skulls. He destroyed the Democracy that had cost the blood and tears of a Revolution. His grenadiers armed with bayonets drove out of the assembly hall the authorized representatives elected by the people. He abolished freedom of speech, of press, of peaceful assembly. All the priceless rights held sacred by our constitution he trampled under foot. For a generation, he kept Europe in a constant state of turmoil. Three million human beings lost their lives because of his insatiable lust for power. His last draft call for conscripts was answered by old men and boys. His constant wars drained France of its best blood. The nation was so devitalized that half a century later, the Prussians were able to make mincemeat out of the flower of French manhood. The Character oj Dictators The hypocrisy in some of the inscriptions is repellent. Napoleon protests repeatedly his passion for France. Yet one feels it all to be theatrical. Dictators love their power only. They have never been known to sacrifice themselves for any country. One gets that feeling especially in Germany. Oh brother! how that land was mercilessly bombed. The German people collectively might bear the responsibility for Nazi savagery. But as the train or bus speeds by miles and miles of devastated buildings and houses, one cannot repress compassion for the thousands of women and children who lay buried in the debris. By HARRY SIMONHOFF Yet if Hitler had an ounce of compassion for his herrenjolk, he would have surrendered when it became apparent that the war was lost. A German pointed out to me a subway station near the Brandenburg Gate in the Russian zone of Berlin. It is near the Adlon Hotel and the Reich's Chancellery, under which Hitler lived in his air conditioned cellar. Thousands of people had taken refuge in their metro station as a shelter against air raids and Russian artillery. One of Hitler's last orders was to flood it, without any notice to his Germans, who, consequently were drowned like rats. Disturbing Queries Many questions occur to the sightseer: What place has all this flamboyant braggadocio of a despot in a free republic? Why do government guides extol all day the virtues of a tyrant? Do the French people require this glorification to sustain their own declining morale? Or have they the secret hankering for a fuehrer, who can bring back the vanished glory? French Deep Rooted Totalitarianism Evidently the accumulated experiences of a nation through the centuries run in far deeper grooves than are revealed by its formal official pronouncements. Perhaps the great upsurge of the French Revolution, with its emphatic accents of Liberte. Egalite, Fralernite was but a passing.phase in a feverish era. The fact that Napoleon could suppress the Enlighten. ment that emphasized the universal Rights of Man is evidence of its superficial roots. The Second Empire under Louis Napoleon is but proof of a deep rooted yearning for authoritarian rule. In our own day, we witnessed the return of the servile and the vicious. The Petains and the Lavals, representing a section of the French nation, were perfectly willing to rule as gauleiters under the dictatorship of Adolf Hitler, the vilest slave state ever known in recorded history. Young Judaea Groups Resume Activities Local Young Judaea groups have resumed their activities for the season, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission, has announced. The units are now planning their annual South Florida Young Zionist conclave, to be held the early part of November. This ng will consist of education:c.ns, singing, dancing, arts, crafts ind sports. Any boy or girl between the if ten and 17 is eligible to YouM Judaea. Additional ini mation may be obtained by iling S8-4643. Frank Goldman To Speak Here Frank Goldman, international president of B'nai B'rith, will appear in Miami under the sponsorship of Sholem Lodge on Sunday, November 12. According to an announcement by Jerome Weinkle, general chairman, Goldman will be principal speaker at a formal banquet and dinner dance. E. Albert Pallot will be in charge of ticket sales, and Joseph Lipton has been named honorary chairman of the event. Extra FLAVOR... Extra FRESHNESS... Extra ENJOYMENT... at NO extra cost!// HERRING in pure rich cream Rcadyto-eat out of the jar — deliriously flavored With onions, vinegar and spices. Ask your grocer B'nai B'rith Bowling Unit Now Being Organized The South Florida Bowling League of B'nai B'rith is rapidly taking shape, it has been announced by League President i' l \r.i<-< Siegler. Four-man teams are now being formed on the has:.of their handicaps and scores set up each Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Brunswick Bowland Alleys, 222 N.E. Kith St. Dr. Blumenthal Speaks "The Psychologist Looks at Love and Marriage" was the subject of a talk by Dr. Seymour Blumenthal at a meeting of the Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, Tuesday night at the home of Miss Marilyn Greenberg, 942 S.W. 22nd Ave. The program was under the direction of Ruth Davis and Beverly Koch presided. All-Day Picnic Planned Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will hold an all-day picnic on Sunday, October 1, at Greynolds Park, it has been announced by Ted Sakowitz. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization chairman. The event had been postponed because of inclement weather. i AZA and BBG Chapters will participate in an all-day program of athletic events, games and outi door sports. WWWWN. Registration Still Open Classes at Beth David Hebrew i School got underway Monday I afternoon, but registration is still open, according to Jerome B. Gordon, executive director. Sunday school registration is also open, and classes are scheduled to begin Sunday, September 24. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 *%W Saw VSOK DRYWOOD Termite Control ORKIN NYLON TENT PROCESS Guaranteed for 5 Years Non-corrosive, non-inflommable goses uwd 2-1770 509 N. E. 13th St. MIAMI 5-3538 MIAMI BEACH Distributed Exclusively by: BREAKSTONE BROS.. INC. 153 N.E. 29th Street Phone: 82-4731 SERVING jjjtT GREATER GRADE "A" PRODUCTS ~ 1*1 f£c=S? 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PAGE EIGHT Jen/sfi fkridton FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. Charlotte Sandier Wed To Norman Beil Living in Miami after a wedding trip through Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Beil, whose wedding took place September 3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Zagoria. Rabbi Max Shapiro read the double-ring service. The bride is the former Charlotte A. Sandier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Sandier, 1785 S.W. 23rd St. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beil of Brooklyn. N. Y., who came here for the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length white crepe gown. Her short French illusion fell from a pearl and sequin tiara and she carried white orchids and stephanotis atop a white bible. Miss Myina Sandier served as maid of honor for her sister in a ballerina-length dress of aqua satin and lace. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations adorned with aqua ribbon. Another sister. Miss Carol Sandier, was bridesmaid. She was attired in a ballerina frock of yellow marquisette with a corsage of talisman roses at her waist. The Misses Thelma and Ritz Schwartz kept the guest book. Lewis Beil of Brooklyn was his brother's best man. For her daughter's wedding Mrs Sandier chose a gown of rose Chantilly lace. The bridegroom's mother was gowned in navy crepe nd lace Botr. wore rose corsages. A::. .-._ out-of-town guests w< re thi le's paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sandier. Jersey C:y. N. J. "• traveling the former Miss Sandier changed into a brown th cocoa accessories The bride attended schools in Rptrnthfll RpVPfllnH New Jersey and graduated from DeirUUlW IMMclIUl Mian Edis n High School. She Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dornfield of • nded the University of Miami Brooklyn. N". Y.. announce the and is now employed by a local betrothal of their daughter. Paula. loan company. A past historian to Stanley Joel Levine. son of for District Five. B'nai B'rith Mrs. Rhoda Levine. Young Women, she is a member The prospective bridegroom of Star Chapter of the group. was graduated magna cum laude Mr. Beii attended schools in from the University of Chicago New York and was graduated and received his LL.B. from the Miami High School. He is University of Miami. He is a '• a senior at the University of member of Omicron Delta Kappa Miami and is a member of the fraternitv. a past chancellor of naval reserve. Nu Beta Epsilon. national legal \^r^ J r'\^-^_r'un-i^v^*v^n^o_.%,iT^ fraternity, and a member of the DRDDI r %  i H ,r., !" !" Florida Bar. He is affiliated with RABBI LAZARUS LEHRER the firm of Goldstein, Klein. Extends Best Wishes for the New Burr 's and Lehrman. the Rabbi. Choir, and MMS Dornfield is a graduate of -Members of the West Miami Rockwood Park School in Boston Jewish Center and to" the entire and a ended Alfred University Jewish Community of Greater and the University of Wisconsin. Miami. ~ Kneseth Israel Opens Membership Drive Kneseth Israel Congregation is marking its first anniversary with an intensive membership "drive, according to Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader. Goal has been set for 1 000 new members. A Succos party for all the children of the neighborhood will be held in the synagogue social hall Anita Mandler, Meyer Sherman Exchange Vows Carolyn DreSscr, Robert Tepper Wed After a honeymoon in Havana, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Tepper, Miami whose wedding took place August of the 20 at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, wedding of Miss Anita Mandler ] Miami Beach, are living at 2780 to Meyer Sherman on August 27. ; s.W. 30th Ave. The couple exRabbi Max Shapiro read the, changed vows before Dr. Jacob service assisted by Mantor MaurH. Kaplan. ice Mamches. Trie bride, the former Carolyn The bride, daughter of Mr. and [ Dresser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The Beach. Coronet was the Hotel, scene Mrs. Ben Rubin. 2447 S.W. 18th St., was given in marriage by her i brother. Bernard Mandler. Mrs. Robert Katz. the bridegroom's i sister, served as matron of honor, i and Miss Marilyn Greenberg. the bride's cousin, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Miss Madeline Mandler. sister of the bride. Misses Roberta Freeman and Deborah Hart, cousins, and Miss Arlene Shapiro. Sheila Platt and Sharon Gloger were flower girls. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Sherman. 1900 S.W. 7th St.. was attended by Leonard Davidson. Seating guests were Jay Blickman. Harvey Kaplan. Morril Turk and Stewart Shapiro. Following a wedding trip to New York, the newlyweds are ving at 2121 S.W. 14th Terr. Mark Dresser, 500 N.E. 29th St., was attended by her sister, Mrs. Emanuel Mayerson, Dayton, O. Serving as best man for his Mrs. Norman H. Beil Mrs. Robert Lee Tepper brother was Edgar Tepper. They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tepper. 4510 N.W. 10th Court. Irving and Babe Shargaa seated guests. A reception and dinner followed the cermeony. 27-n f Sa;a h „ e r a G r a a9 Mr 0 s n H A ^ Malaslc was Miss So n U W> d Zalka. daughter of Aft" £j? and Mr,. Rose Zalka. IMS |w 20th Ave. The couple"?*' i residing in Alexander v* Hollywood Center ||. To Sponsor Dance The Hollywood Jewish Coramunity Center will !aunch ^ social season with a dance and entertainment on Saturday Sen. tember 23, at 8 p.m. at the center" Abraham J. Salter will serve as chairman of the affair, and Inn Z nXeT n, u ewl r, 0I Seized Mr. and Mrs. Club will serve as hoS for the evening. Serving on the program committee are Irvin* Zuckerman. Bernard Goldman! Saul Pearl. Lee Brush and Bernard Weinkrantz. Schwartz Bar'Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Sanford Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schwartz, will be held at Beth David Saturday, September 23, at 9 a.m. A reception will follow the service. Registration Continues Registration for both Sunday and Hebrew school at the West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St.. will continue through Sunday, September 24, at noon, it has been announced by Irving L. Wexler, president. Tyrone Power To Star In New Frontier Program Tyrone Power will be starred in "Who Speaks for San Marino?" second in the new human relations series, the New Frontier of Human Freedom, on Sundav, September 24, at 10:45 a.m." over station WIOD. "Who Speaks for San Marino?" is an original radio play about a man who didn't push people around and who didn't want to be pushed around either. The New Frontier was produced for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education in cooperation with the Anti-Defamatfan League of B'nai B'nth. Personally Speaking... CHARMING ATTRACTIVE WIDOW Seeks Acquaintance with gentleman, fine caliber Age 55-60 Mrs. K. Box 2973. Miami 18 NEW TUXEDO SUIT FOR SALE ~.-Co Suit. Engluh Broadcloth, Siz. 28. Order Made. Practically New. Also Camel Hair Overcoat, best condition. Will sacrifice for Qu.ck sale. I. F., 1568 S.W. 7th St.. Ext. A Phone 3-3360 and in the Succah on Sundnv. October 1. at 11 a.m. Movies will be shown and community singing will be led by Cantor A. Seif hrr,.-nts will be provided"bv~ the sisterhood. First organizational meeting of the brotherhood is scheduled for Thursday. October 5. at 8 p.m in :ial hall. CAPT. JOE'S FISH MARTS Wish a Happy New Year to the entire Jewish community We thank you one and all for the privilege of serving you with the finest of fresh fish. White Fish Pike Carp (•round hree 1985 S. W. 8th St. "ON THE TRAIL" 425 W. Flagler — "AT THE BRIDGE" WE DELIVER PH 9 6 338 Young Israel Adds Features Young Israel Synagogue, 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, is launching tw.o new programs this week—a story-telling hour for children and an elementary Hebrew class for adults. The story-telling sessions for boys and girls five to ten will be held each Saturday afternoon | Miami Beach's Assistant City Attorney Irving Cypen and from 3 to 4 o'clock under the Mrs. Cypen recently returned from a three-week vacation in ja.perv.s.on of Miss Edith Feld; Philadelphia and New York. Elementary reading and conI .. versational Hebrew will be taught Mr an Mrs. Maurice B. Broun of the Delano Hotel are in on Tuesdays and Thursday from New York on a 10-day vacation. Following their Manhattan be^in chSrS h f 1 r"t l h Ka ufm dn wUI s,a y,he y wul head for Washington, D. C, to attend the official ee or me class. reunion of the Broun family at a hotel function which will be Tl>innlo | A i n4 attended by more than 60 descendants of the family, including ., %  w !" the fourth generation. rr'Hilary is a 1949 graduate of Miami Beach non on "Freedom Scroll and Hi .9 h School. She has been pledged to Sigma Delta Tau and h Scroll." will participate in wi reside at the sorority house next semester. A short story she the sig ning of the Freedom Scr. .11. wote recently will appear soon in an issue of Ccrnell Review. British ADoloaize *, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Saffer have returned from a wedding TFI Aviv iiTj. TU r> %  • %  1U 5 "ernie saner nave returnea irom a !" u ^^ta^JsJiSed^l'S "P N w Y !" k nd are living in their new home a. 3321 S.W. el for the violation of its terriM r Safier is head of Jack and Jill Caterers. ry by an RAF plane several n gov rae by an RAF plane severa months ago. it was learned here this week. The note said that strict instructions had been issued some 18 months ago to all RAF units %  i". 0 0 !.!?? 8 nav 'g a, 'n over Israel. Ided that new instructions had been issued recently to p-event recurrence of such an incident. GETTING MARRIED? Say It With Beautiful Music Mr. BEN YOMEN Music Director of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Offers You His Beautiful Sacred Choir Accompanied by Organ Fr r //\ ImPreSsiye Tradition l Wedding Ceremony For details write lo 1120 Alton Road. Miami Beach Or Phone 5-4428 26th Anniversary 9ieAAe. CUSTOM TAILOR 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 MIAMI Store hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone: 3-1141 HEADQUARTERS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL FASHIONS front Kindergarten to College • MIAMI BEACH • FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH



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PAGE TWELVE +Je*istfk>r*iian FRIDAY, SE PTEM^ 22, I Aim Yoin Tov! Happy Holidays! Mr. H. Zaidman of the Dade Kosher Market With the joyous festival of Succos as our symbol, I wish for all Israel, a year of Simchas and Nachas, joys and pleasures. Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Vi dor the supervision of The Greater Miami Yaad Hakashruth Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoi-sky, Director Listrti to WINZ en Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and Tuesday! 6-7 P.M. 70 E. Flagler Miami TKmtT BROS \^_J 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach For the Smartest The Coolest The Most Beautiful NYLON SHIRTS in the Market! See Our "Sherman" Shirt With New Air-conditioned Porous Weave! Nationally Advertised at 8.95 5. JWV Meet To Be Held October 4-8 A veterans organization whose founders fought at Bull Run and Gettysburg will observe its fiftyfifth anniversary next month with special ceremonies honor-ing mbers who are under fire in K rea. The organization is the Jewish Wai V• ins of the United States which will convene at Asbury r rk, N. J-. from October 4 to 8 for its annual encampment. According to Albert E. Ossip. commander of Miami Beach Post 330. the JWV was formed in 1896 by American veterans of Jewish •ii who had fought in both the Union and Confederate armies. In all, the JWV's records show, some 10.000 Jews saw service in the contending armies of the War between the States. Army archives list seven of these men as recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor With JWV men throughout the country entering upon active military duty as members of Reserve and National Guard components. Commander Ossip announced, the fifty-fifth national encampment is planning program features to h mor those who have answe.ed the call to the color. Special memorial services will be held for Jewish soldiers. sailors and marines who have fallen in the Korean fighting. A regular annual Memorial Service. which is a feature of each JWV | national encampment, will honor i the memory of American war dead of all faiths in past conflicts. Highlights of the JWV meet : will include addresses by Assistant Secretary of Defense Marx | Leva, Secretary of the Army i Frank Pace, Jr., and Admiral William F. (Bull) Halsey of World War II fame. Commander Ossip announced. More than 2.000 delegates are expected to attend from all parts of the country. Try Our High Test Gas — You Will Like It Cars Washed and Polished SEASON'S GREETINGS Thrall BOB'S SERVICE STATION | i lMiram .. Atfenev AMOCO PRODUCTS m 802 N. 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One of tho aims of the Beach Exchange Club members is to ide a minimum of ton scholarships to the univi Committee in charge of the pioject is composed of (". %  Bertman, chairman. Henry O. Nelson and Edwasd I. Mandell. Among members who opened Die drive were Mver Friedman and George D. Sax, who purchased season tickets for a box of eight. Friedman offered an award of two Slr> subscriptions to members of the club who lead the drive in sales. Alex Strauss also offered a subscription as prize. First box for the Sunday evening series has been reserved by President and Mrs. Bowman F. Ashe. Among those who have already purchased subscriptions for the series are Miami Beach City Manager and Mrs. Claude Renshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Honeywall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolff. Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Mandell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gannett, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Flagg Jonas. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub. 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*DAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1950 fJewlsii ncridli&n PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICE ^T7Bi"uNdER LA ^CT,T,OU8 iv. (TICK It TTBKEUY iHVKN thai 7 ., J 'lll-l, I' I !l'/U-tt I"1IS llillllf Ot ,' ', 5!A HOTEL il 2129 > ...'., Avenue, Miami Read. inl lJ reKlst. r wild name he Cln ul irl oi ., i %  ,in.v. !• I i i.la HARRY GOLDHAGEN LirRT DIETZ _,. 28 1(1 MS NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N NAME LAW viiTK'K IS HERE'S GIVEN thai ,.,i. desiring to engage In the fictitious name ol SURE SHOP :>t THil Collins '," l ,.,,i, 'ounty, State of Florida, ','. i i iefflster said name ith the Cln uit Court or Dade !<•* %  ... JUAL HHERIDAN BEX ST AH ION L C K \ ABBOTT .. fen Applicants % %  :%  :: %  ': NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NU NAME LAW %  v.ilHi: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai I I,. ,i, desiring to engage In im l,, the fictitious name of ', |; WKI.IN UNIFORMS at 17 5 j. ; ., street, Miami. Florida, InI .1 said name with the fl, ric % %  ( the Circuit Court of Dad* Jounty. 1'"'*^,,, DONNBR llOHAlU' STRICHARTZ Henry Donner i •2-211 i LEGAL NOTICE %  ,-, NOTICE T0 CREDITORS IN J HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DATlK COL'NTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No 14721. In Re; ESTATE OF CHARLES ISAAC FRIEDRERC I lecensed. To All Creditors and All Persons Having i laiins or Demands Against Said Ei tate: v ';"' % % % %  ot you, are hereby notified ami required t„ preset .aims and demands Which you, oi either of you maj li n .• ..-.•:. tnsl the estate of CHARLES' ISAM' FRIED:' %  '•'•• ''' "ed, la:,ol IM,I.. County, Moil.la. to the II,>n. W. I'. BLANTON County Judge of Dade Countv, ami rile the same In his office in the i ounty Courthouse in Had,c • s i louda. within elghl calendar months rrom the date of u„. tint publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be aworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be bat n d See Section 120 ..f the 1933 Probate Act. HailSeptember SO, A 11 1950 MAURICE FRIEDBERO, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of CHARLES ISAAC FRIEDBERO, Deceased WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for executor, MAURICE FRIEDBERO 9/22-29 10/6-18 LEGAL NOTICE IV NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Li,',, un.li rslgn. d, desiring to engage in Ini„— under 11 >•fictitious name of illiKKOHMAN MANUFACTURING ,, ',, 1333 M. W, No. River Drive, intend to register said Jnme with ihe Clerk of the Circuit Ivtirl t>( 1 "I. County, Florida. IHVI.LIS FROHMAN n VRRY FROHMAN LrtONdVITZ VND ARONOVITZ J' I In Ills Kii'bniaii and I'll I !:•---• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V THK fllM'l IT '"' H'ilT OF THE KLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT l\ i\|) %  ill DADE .'i iCN'TY. PLOKII'A IN CHANCERY, No. IXX i:;.i/ .i TH FRAZEE, Plaintiff, ,. nos v' i' LAVERNB FRAZEE, i LAVERNE FRAZEE, i t, Angola, Indiana. .:ve a copy of your • i 'omulalnt for |i •'. attorney, Harold Is i win Road, Miami i .mil file the original %  • .."'.ll; ol this Co nt in o iber 12, I9.10, other| ro Confesso iil i"\. ii. ft „h ill be published once r lour consecutive weeks | 'i Fl rid Ian, lv.it iii ber 11. 1950. LEATIIBRMAN, Clerk. [ urt Seal) • By K. ll RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XtiTICi: IS HEREBY OIVEN that r : %  ,i. desiring to engage In I in.ler the flcl Itlous name of Exclusive Tailors at l25 I .iii.-, Miami Beach, in| nisi .-..id name with the • ii.nit Court of Dade I orida. BEN KESSLER %  : -1:: LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL I JEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST TWICE WEEKLY FRIDAY, 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY. 2:00 TO 3:00 P.M. OVER STATION WFEC 1220 on ihe Dial ...id Announced by NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Till-: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND K< (It DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No 24718. In Re: ESTATE <>F MARY WILUiX PATKRSON, also known aS MRS. CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, D*cegeed. To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against 8ald Instate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required io present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of Mary willox Paterson, nlso known as Mrs. Charles John Paterson, deceased, late of Bade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Wanton. Countv Judge of Dade County, and file the sain.in his office in the County Court bouse in Had.County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or den.mils |., contain the legal address Of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he bafred. See Secilon IL'.I of the 1933 Probate Act. • •Date September It. A.D. 1950. MARGARET U. M. DONALD, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of MAKV WILLOX PATERSON, also known as MRS. CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Bj Lulls HEIMAN Attorneys f..i Executrix 9 22 29 10/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'THE CIRCUIT COURT I IF THE KLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ',;l FLARIDA, ix AND FOR DADE 18?4D? N CHANCERY, No. JOHN c. HICKEY, Plaintiff, vs. El LA AAIAM.A HICKEY, Deli ml.ml. SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1 "' 1 %  %  %  > Amanda HI. key, SIM Lansing Street, Chattan mga, T, nne • You are her. bj not fl. i thai n R or Complalnl for Divorce ha* be. n igalnsl you, and you are required to Berve a copj of your Answet oi Ileading to the Dill of Complalnl on the plnintlfl s Attoi ney, Ai nol.l Watl S82K North West 22nd Avenue, .Miami! I•:u da, and file the original Answer or PJeading in tl i f the Clerk • d the Circull court on or before the IN day i.r Ictober, 1950. If you rail to do so, judgi i bj default will be taki n agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Tins nolle.shall !„ %  published once each we.k for lour consecutive weeks m The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED a. .Miami. Florida, this is day ..i September, A.D. E. It. LEATHERMAN, clerk, circ.iii Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By \v.\i. \v STOCK INC., Deputy Clerk. ARNOLD WATTS, 8*28 M.W 22nd Avenue Miami. Florida, Attorne) for Plaintiff '.. 22 29 in. .i-i:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage iii business under the fictitious name of POINCIANA BAR at 728 N. B. 1st Avenue; Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the-Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. WILLIAM F. WYNN ORIN F. PARKER STANLEY D. CAIDIN Attorney for William K Wynii and orin F. Parker !l/i2-;'U 10/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL WOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Lincoln Road Florist at 1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Bench, Intends to n 1st. aid name H Ith the Clei k of the Ilrcull Court of Del.Countv. Florida. IRVING WOLPIN Sole i\\ tier HARRY DIETZ Attoi ii.-.-. for Applicant 22-29 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THK ell;. TIT C( It'RT I >F THE 1 ITH -I L'DICIAL CIRI TIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORBA.IN CHANCERY, No, I : I JOSEPHINE READ, Plaintiff, vs. SHIRLEY READ, Defendant. Td: SHIRLEY READ ISO West 1 llll Slle. t San Bernardino, California You are hereby notified thai a Bin of Complaint for Divorce has been riled against you, and you arc hereby required to serve :. copy of your answer t %  %  the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer In the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on or before the '-' day ..i October, 1950; otherwise the allegations ..r said Dill of Complaint ili be taken as confessed Bgainsl you. I lated 'In8 .1 ly ..f September, 1950. E. It LEATHERMAN, CU-rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Curt Seal i By: R. H RICE, -lit. Deputy Clerk. .;lj IRGE -I TALIANOFF, ESQ., Attorney for Plaintiff ti'.i Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida :• 15-22-29 l .'• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.—IN CHANCERY, No. 135374 I'KAUl. FRANCES SKINNER, Plaintiff, vs. DEFOE L. SKINNER, Defendant. %  I'd DEE. iH I.. SKINNER C 0 THE Tl '.\l MS JAIL NEW I'dHK, N. Y. YOU are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Dill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaln, Uffs Attoi nej and to file the original [answer In the Offli I" the Clerk of the circuit Court on ..i before the lltth da\ of October, A.D. 1950: ol nei wise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein ill l I as confessed by •ou l (ATEI' it Ml iini. Floi Ida, ,lav ..I Sept. :il-'. A.D I-:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, 'in uii '..in i, I lade 'ounty, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, I (eputy CI. rk. Name and Address of Plaintiff's -\itornej : NORMAN i: LYONS 914 (ilympla Building Miami, Florida. ., 2'2-^> l" 6-13 NOTICb UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, .1. siring to ei business under the fl. tltlous na f B1SCAYNE BEACH AI'TS al 020, 680. 840, and 660 84th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk ul the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida MARSHALL APARTMENTS, INC By iu-n Glller, President MYERS, HEIMAN ,>.KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9 15 -J 29 10 S NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IX COUNTY Jl'DOE'S c. IURT, DAI IE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 23335. BE: ESTATE i (F ANNA .' KEHOE, Decea cd. N. iTICE is hereby glvi n thai I have filed ii. I.I .i i %  pot t ami petition for Final Discharge I ixecuti ix ..r the estate of Anns C. Kehoe, deceased; and that on the 2 day of Ocl r, I960, will apply to the Honorable w P BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval ol final report and for final discharge as E\.. uttiN .,:' the estute of Anna C. Kel deceased. This Mli day of August, i KATHRYN P. LE JUENE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Kathryne %  U-.l.-une Executrix of the Estate ..f Anna .'. Kehoe, I leceased. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida :. %  -'" 22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ,,f B1SCAYNE BEACH APTS. al 625, 635 645, 6.V", and 665 83rd Street, Miami 1 s.-ach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court.of Dade Countv. Florida. CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC. By Ben Oilier, President MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/15-22-29 10/6 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 135170. LEROY D. BROWN, Plaintiff, vs, ETHEI. BROWN, Defendant. TO: ETHEI. BROWN Dul'ont Plaza Apartments I Hi Pont Circle Washington, D. C. YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai a Bill of Complaint for divorce has been filed against you in the above cause, and you are required to Berve a copy <-f your Answer on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 6th day of October, 1950; otherwise the allegation* of said Bill ..r Complaint will be taken a •< -,-.i by you. September •;. 1950. !•:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit i lourt, (Circuit Court Si ll) By M C. FEIGE, I lepulj Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the and, rslgned, d. ill Ins to en under the fl. i i lous name of Brooks Novelty Co, nl 713S Abbot) v n to regl-!• %  • %  Id naui. with the CI. %  k of iii. :ircull '..in t ol lade ( 'ollllt i LEO L. BROOKS Sol. Ow NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Fictitious Name Statute, that the undersigned, desiring to engaged in business under the fictitious name of: EASTERN PRESS PHOTO BUREAU at 404 16th Street, .Miami Beach, l-l..rid... Intends to register said fictitious name In the office .if the Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol Dade countv. Florida. HAL KAYE DAVID I. M"I.DAN' iwners IRVING CYPEN Attorney for Applicants 120 Lincoln Road Miami D.acl,. Florida 9/15-22-29 I" 8 JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 927 I.inc.In Road Miami Beach, Florida :• S-15-32-29 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THHTCIRCUIT COURT IH THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 135191. LENA FLOWERDAY, Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY, I % fend.int. SUIT Fl ill HIV. IRCE Tl.: GEl IRI IE II FL( IWERDAY, RESIDENCE UNKNl IWN. You, GEORGE 11 FLOWERDAY, Res i 'nknown, are hereby notified that a Dill ol Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill ..f Complaint on the plaintiff's .\tItorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file Hi Iglnal Answer or Pleading in the office of tinci.rl; of the circuit Court on or before the Til. day of October, 1950, If you fail to do so. judgmenl by default will !>• %  taken agalnsi you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Th;. notice shall be published once each week : r four oi w< eks m The Jewish Florldl n DONE AND ORDERED ll Miami, Flotida, this 6th .ia> ot September, A.D. 1550. K B. LEATHERMAN,' ('lerk, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX Tl IE t'l IUNTY .Hi" IK'S '' (URT l\ VND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN PROBATE, No, EST VTE OF H !. INY Sll '. Dee. To A and All P I lavi 'lalnis oi Demands Ac n t Said y„ Ui | i h of you, are hereby I and i. .| died to pi i ml demands whl< lust th. if ANTHl 'NY KICI I, d. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl ITICE IS IIEREBY OIVEN thai tinundersigned, desli i s under the I line "i IHSCAYNE BEACH APTS al S300, s %  ;>.-. v 120, • 13(1 and :I4(I .'%  : i Mini B. h i oi la, Int. nds to ivgistei Id inn ci.ik .,i the Circuit Courl of Dade County, % % %  PAUL VPARTMEN .S, IN" Bv lien I'r. Ident MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAI'LAN AM .a neys for Appll ant 9 ; i-22-29 "'. ii Court, Dade (Circuit Court • By R. il VRi iLD SHAPIRO I,ln< .In I to Miami Beach, Florida %  II Plaintiff 2.29 10 %  %  lURty, Florida. II. RICE, JH Deput) Clerk. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 134995, HENRY UEORGE WILLS, Plaintiff, vs GISELDA CASTELLO WILLS, l (efendant. TO: GISELDA CASTELLO WILLS 91 Rua Domlngoi Perrelra Rir, ilc Janeiro. Brasil You are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce has 1 n filed against you, and you are hcrehy required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Hill of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney, and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 26th day of September. 1950; otherwise the allegations of said Bill ..f Complaint win be taken as confessed against you. Dated this JMh day of August, lf.'iO. E, B. LEATHERMAN, cl.rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal I By R. H. RICK, JR., Deputy Clerk. UKORHE J. TALIANdFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 9/1-8-13--L' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Mi: MACHINE, TOOL .".DIE WORKS ,-u 3071 S. w. 37th Avenue, Miami. Fla., Intend to r. glstet name with the Clerk of the Cll i -MUM ol Dnde County, Florida. CHARLES RUBIN BAM KARP BEN ESSEN, ESQ., Attoi 11 %  -> foi Charles Rubin, Sam K i' p 9/13-22-29 10/6 ^^^^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d< nil Ing to ens. i und. r the flctll WHITE'S BETTER CANDIES at 1542 Washington Avenue, Miami I Florida, int.-mis i i name with the ci.-rk of the Circuit Court ,,f Dade County, Florida. PHILIP YANOFF WILLIAM I. BRENNER Atian. y for Philip ^ anoff !_ %  .. !. a--in Road Miami Beach, Florida. 9/8-13 82-29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN" AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24703. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES I' REDER, Deceased. T.. All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required %  • present any eialn ind d. n inds which you, or ,i,. : „f ou, may have against tl %  • t. ot CH VRLES IREDER, d< i e_ i "ountjf^ Flo! Ida, to the Hon. VV t Dad. in his F. BLANTi 'N. Co nd file the ,,,ii., in the County i i.,,i.. county, Fl SIMON SEIDEN C'lcntion lo the Special Feature t ver Y Sunday—"Sightseeing Tour E All Jewish Institulions and "izations of Greater Miami." ntain nf th. i,, !,. woi n to and afore. B |d or same will bi ban ed. See sctl m 12 Act Date Sepl A.D l9o. MI:S i:\ \ -i T ivi/.i:. As Admit ''' "' ^NTIRiNY Sic. D. SIDNEY BOBBINS Attoi a. %  foi Vdmlnl itratrlx | NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai tinurn Inn to ens business under the i tlolden Hate Orocerj nl iway, Coral U Id nne lilt %  i i llei k "f the Cln l lade County, Florid i, H \.\iui:i. in iLTZMAN Sole > n, r MILTON A FRIEDMAN \-1 .II. y for applicant XZZ^^^I SEITLIN & COMPANY c PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 19 N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FL ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridian solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rales. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX TH i: I l III I'M' '"' 1 RT '!•' THE I '.I'll .11 I di |A I. I'll:MIT IN AN'I i FOR DADE COUNTY, FIAllllDA IN 'll VNCERY, N J. iHN VI FRANCO, ; ii 'i;i i i : I \ FR VNO ', I'. ft iidunt, T, ii, H{. .THY FKA Nl "I i U I'D i HARK STREET KW \NS!: \. M VSSACIII SETTS, Y..II arc hi : eby i. null ed to of y. thi I'lal %  he til c ii i on or b. for. 2nd daj uf Oct. the BI %  taken nfessed by you. l lATEl' it Miami. Florida, this :n das ol August, 19 E B. LEATHERM \N. Clerk of the C %  ill I "ourt, County, Florida. (Circull Courl By: M. C, FEIGE, Deput) i Ii .in I Addi f %  NORMAN K I.VoN'S 1 %  it Ion hereof. Said i %  f the cl to I pd. See II" bati A.'t. In Sepl I, V.l) %  ;T R SHAPIRO, n .IOI RICK \ %  %  tor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v OIVEN thai %  I %  AR1 Ti iN : nl Rond, M I %  v Cl. • :• %  Florida. SAMUEL NUSSI'.AUM DUN ESSEN, Attorney for Samuel Nuubaum %  tl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT "'" URT OF THE IITII !• CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DA D ORIDA.— IN CH VNCERY, N. \i CLAIN W H .VMII.T" IN. i'laintitr, vs, MAGGIE HAMILTl iN, I i nt. TO: MAGGIE H VMILTON 12 BEST STREET DAYTON, OHIO You to serve %  to the B i' I file th of the Cl. before the 2nd da; i; i t for D V:-IIKI:\IAN. t C I ind Add :' nev: NORMAN R LYONS, ..ii Olymplfl B Miami. F orid* 1/8-16-11-29 C FEIGE, Deput) 'let k.



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PAGE TWO +Jewisttk>rldiairi FRIDAY. SEPTEMBrp \ Greater Miami Synagogues, Temples To Usher In Succos Monday Evening Services at Greater Miami's syr.aqogues and temples at : sundown Monday. September 25, will usher in Succos. In Miami Orthodox services will be held at Congregation Beth El. 500 S.W. 17th Ave.; Miami Hebrew School and Ccn greganon, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.; N.W. Jewish Center, 3G81 5 S.W. ... n .; Bar Mil : %  • Z5 to October 4 at o:4o m and ft "*n a m rn. and 8^30 | n v I. gregat n in j the| d l P— the day at 9:45 a.m Rabl M rris S k p ill ::..-• ted by offer regation Both, ,,_ ... ;.nd 26th L 7* Tem P le Israel. Miami s sole I : • C :... a %  n ,, m congregation, services II be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. and Tuesday at 11 a.m. Children of the religious school will parday JERRY Ffi$ KAIMATOIts Cleaned KypairiMl ft Exehangetj (New or Used) ALL CORES MFG 4 GUARANTEED IN MIAMI By JERRY & MACK 2034 N W. 2nd Ave PH. 9-2803-4 : Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce del I. n Blvd %  '.'• %  M Ji 1 Ceni ?20 S '•'•' 17th St.: Fi. gnada Je\ XVt PL; North Dade .! %  w O nter, 13630 W. • Dixie Hi/ elite C nter, 3198 S W. %  II Ti D : %  .. n -• %  135 N.W. 3rd Ave. I %  : %  %  Dav d %  %  in the I • T p.m. A ki Id .'i and ecepl gogue. Sen Beth Tfilah. at 9 ael On Tu %  lAv( Congregat I uny Syn .; 4001 (.'!: t Beth J will be n tor Lou is 1 The recreation room of the reflects comfort and informality new Jewish Home for the Aged ington Ave.: North Shore Jewish ..: v Naomi Segal Dies 1 ticipate in Monday evening"s U i KM ui rites and Dr. Joseph R. Narot will %  Center. • 1 / ,n T Th ;',-? Ieaning f the Miami Beach Jewish Center ., The following morning ( wilI conduct services Mondav at .bbi will speak on "Do \ ou j 6 p m and Tuesday and WednesHdve a Sabbath ol Place! [ d av al 9 a m Rabbj Irving Lchl ._ Orthodox -yn-.R..gus in Miamii man will conduct services and include Congregation Beth preach all sermons and Cantor 301 Wi Ave.; He-. J. Y. Goldring and the center St.; Conl choir will assist. F • ; Al the North Shore Jewish ; C. ntei • slated for Monday t 8:15 p m. and Tues laj '•'•• Ini day at 8:30 a.m. On MonI servic< will be held. At thai %  Rabbi Philip Frii I li n Succah." The only Libi :. in Mi B :; Temple Beth list SI I C thi pati Su< cah 8. H. KltlSS A CO. 51C-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 350 LINCOLN ROAD PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS announces the removal to larger quarters in the same building to SUITE 302 Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. n J %  d av night's led I Al 10:45 % % %  I '.'•' %  n< I y :, Succos 11 n Festival will %  ; : |., .,. %  %  Kronish pn 16:1 • Cantoi lei Keli %  ,'. 1 'hant thi servi .. -f1 •<..... %  f the M B few Hunt titian : L Obituaries 1 %  ': T : : n"The L E H. Ever, spi I el, will deM( '-. 1 on Oi W Pei. d of Joy C : %  ; • m." c Feii nt the %  %  ervici • l 1 %  Con : nclude 1 li ih, the only R< ip in Miai will hold ,,i the Atlantis Hotel. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st AVD. Ph. 2-7619 JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETADLES Air-Conditioned FAMOUS FOR ITS CLEAN FLAME SINCLAIR KEROSENE Contains RD-II9 Anti-Rust Ingredient Supplier of Sinclair Products Since 1934 Max Siegel Phone—Bus. 7-1631 Home—2-0992 (J^*&mem(pfw


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PAGE FOURTEEN *JeniitncrZMa*i_ Sabbath Services Oet. 13 To la am h B'nai B'rith Membership Drive E'nai B'rith Sabbath services will be held throughout South Florida and the rest of the nation on Friday, October 13, to launch the national B'nai B'rith Roll Call campaign for 1950-51. According to Bernard Newmark, Florida State Federation memTalianoff, vice president of Miami Beach Lodge. Ground work is being laid for the development of new B'nai B'rith lodges in the communities of Hialeah-Miami Springs and North Miami, it has been announced by C. R. Jacobson, B'nai bership chairman, all temples, synagogues and centers will dej B'rith council director. vote a portion of the evening service to tell the story of B'nai | B'rith's 107 years of service Slioloill WoilHII mankind. Twenty lodges in Flor| ida are making preparations to IO Holfl Tea enroll new members in the. The fil st social event of tho census-year membership drive, 1 .. ... Newmark has announced. season ; a membership tea. will be In the Greater Miami area. | Siven by Sisterhood of Temple under the sponsorship of the B'nai j Beth Sholom on Wednesday, B'rith Council, the official drive September 27. at 1:30 p.m.. in the will open on Sunday morning. October 15. A goal of 1.000 new members temple's banquet hall, according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander Robbins. president. man of the South Florida drive for the Council is George J. has been set by the council for] Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, proits nine_ constituent lodges. Chairi gram chairman, has written and will direct a humorous skit, in which the following sisterhood members will appear: the Mesdames Lester Korshak. Abraham Block. Charles Gertler. William Levine. Saul Herman. Joseph Fenias and Chester Krone. Other events which the sisterFlagler-lvranada Women To Meet The Women's Activities Group Of the Flagler-Granada Jewish j hood'Vs Ychedul'ing" 'include "full Community Center will meet at leng n plav The Man who Came ^ene* center building. aO N.W. to Dinner to be presented in Place, on Friday. September Nove mber; its third annual ba22. at 1 p.m.. Mrs. Ben Clein, chairman, has announced. A new day will be set for the Enrollment Continues Enrollment at the Hebrew and Sund; I of the I si 198 S W 24th T tig to ai : i A Bi n Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. BERNIE'SAFFER IVofTI/ About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings. Bar Mitzvahs, Engagements, Lawn Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Caterinq Service PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS 4 HOLIDAYS 3-4B45 JACK & JILL 24 N.W. 7th St. Off Miami Ave. zaar. to take place early in December. Wednesday afternoon teas in conjunction with the I regular weekly meetings and : bazaar will be held each week in plans will be formulated for the November. Succos party to be given for the Sunday school students at the center Succah on September 24. Mrs. Nathan Trauman will report on a rummage sale to be sponsored by the group from September 29 through October 1. The unit will hold a dinner dance on Saturday. October 7. at the Marseilles Hotel. Mrs. Sidney Stiller and Mrs. Al Ziegler, cochairmen of the event, are now ...... A i •< i i ii a FLUFF DRY First 9 Lbs. — 99c Min. Flat Work 0 *£ Wearing Apparel iviin. 3 Lbs. Shirts Finished 12c %  Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY


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m FRDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1950 +Jelsti SkrMiftr PAGE FIVE "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) THE BIG PARLEY: The pro-Israel national conference of Jewish organizations, which is scheduled to open on in various -.ypes of Jewish schools throughout the country The proportion of children of. school age attending Jewish October 24, will lay the basis for j schools, according to community the eventual formation of a | surveys, varies between 18 and 70 •Friends of Israel" body in which j percent ... In Seattle more than Zionists and non-Zionists will for70 percent of its estimated Jewish teir differences The 2.000 [child population attend such Jewish leaders from all parts of the country who will attend historic conference will witness! schools, and the same percentage something which will remind holds true also for Dallas ... In many of them of the time when Duluth, Hartford, Trenton and a the Jewish Agency was formed as number of other cities about 50 a partnership between the Zion| percent of all the Jewish children ts of i schools. In Los Angeles 57 percent this i of the children attend the Jewish attend the Jewish schools ... In Philadelphia, a third of all the his way to win over j Jewish children are registered in Louis Marshall and | the Jewish schools The largest enrollment is reported in Sunday schools where more than 128.000 children are today receiving their Jewish education The weekday schools have about 122,000 children in their classes This includes about 17,000 in the Yidists and the non-Zionists ... At that time. Dr. Chaim Weizmann went out of people like Pi IN Warburg, and now the Israel government follows the same path with regard to the non-Zionist leaden of today However, while the Jewish Agency represented political partnership between Zionists and non-Zionists the new body which may emerge B result of the conference will limited to economic partnership In this respect the gathering will accomplish what the American Jewish Conference tailed to accomplish ... It will finally bring all groups of American Jewry under one roof as far Israel is concerned This adds another link in the chain ,.f central Jewish bodies in which all elements of American Jewry in full agreement The • organization which succeed, ; in bringing into its ranks all elements oi American Jewry was Joint Distribution Committee The United Jewish Appeal the second major body Little by little major differences will disappear between the vais groups active in American Jev ish life And the establishmenl of Israel will contribute no little in this direction ... All indications point to the fact that tiie f-.rael government wants to see a etjfAjg and united American Jewish community rather than a • ommujuty split by jealousy and ompetitive interests ... It took Premier David Ben Gurion to actually stimulate the October conference since he believes that a united American Jewry is beneficial to Israel as well. EDUCATION DATA: Jewish education n the United States is making progress despite that fact that it does not get the support and the attention it desei ves This can be seen from data rel( ased by the American Association for Jewish Education in connection with the Jewish Education Month now being observed throughout the country ... Contrary to the prevailing opinion that Jewish children avoid Jewish schools, the figures of the association show that the number of children attending Jewish schools increases from year to .\ear Today more than 255.000 children are receiving education dish schools and about 19,000 in all-day schools, which are mostly Orthodox There are more: than 2.000 Jewish schools of all types throughout the country and they engage about 7,000 teachers i The annual cost of Jewish education is estimated at about ] six million dollars toward which the Jewish Federations and Wei| fare Funds last vear contributed more than one-third. PURELY PERSONAL: Next to the United States the largest Jewish community on the American continent is in Argcn'ina There are about 400.000 Jews there and communal activity there is manifold and lively The Argentine Jewish institutions have a fine reputation, the Jewish press there is conducted on the highest standards of journalism, and Jewish leadership there is serious and energetic It has long been my desire to see Jewish life there and get firsthand impressions of developments in that Jewish community. ... I am going to satisfy this desire during the next four weeks I am off to Argentina for a month Good bye! I will resume the column next month with a report on what-is-what in Argentina. South Receives Honors At Young Judaea Meet The South won a number of honors at the third annual nat..ihlrs Women Plan Parties Mrs. M. Ellis and Mrs. J. Teitler will be hostesses at a^membership tional Young Judaea convention partv to be sponsored by the Coral held at Camp Sher, Aurora, Ind., Aug. 30-Sept. 3. The Southern regional debating team, consistin&of Herbert Rosenberg and Chuck Kroloff, won the debating contest on the subject. "Resolved: That the Observance of Jewish Ceremonies and Customs is Necessary for the Preservation of the Jewish People." Reva Weinberg of Memphis, Tenri., was announced as winner of the national essay writing contest. Chuck Krololf was elected national vice president of the South. Southern delegates attending the convention were Herbert Rosenber; Albert Bearman, Ted Schlossman and Chuck Kroloff. Atlanta; Myra Corkland and Pessa Caller, Knoxville, Tenn.; Lee Mosovitz and Shirley Robbins, Savannah, Ga.; Ann and Morris Broad, Miami Beach; Mosely Meer and J. B. Mazer, Birmingham, Ala.; and Dubbie Stein, Nashville, Tenn. Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Monday, September 25, at 8:15 p.m. at Mrs. Ellis' home, 1851 S.W. 19th St. The chapter has also scheduled a membership function fur Thursday. September 28. at 8:15 p.m. at 2154 S.W. 16th St. Officiating as hostesses will be Mrs. A. Gans and Mrs. A. Sheir. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Al Gold at 48-0131 or Mrs. Bernard Stone at 48-9469. Cornerstone Laid At Beach Masonic Temple The cornerstone of Hibiscus Lodge Masonic Temple at Miami Beach was laid Monday by James L. Mixson. representing the Grand Master of Florida Masons. Approximately 300 Masons and their families were present at the ceremonies. The Miami Beach High School Band provided music for the occasion. A VALUABLE HEBREW CALENDAR! A NEW EDITION! FREE TO OUR READERS! Above is the famous 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar; the new edition goes to 1952, starting in 1928. Jewish Holidays, 1939 to 1964. 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[Y. SEPTEMBER 22, 1950 fJenisti fhriaftann Succos DAVID SCHWARTZ a happy climax to the inn holidays of the L It does not call kjj tual examination. It imj no burden on one's mental L., I! Is sheer exuberance. licing of the harvest. Its ill emotional. It is a I, ,! ( h, to expand, to enjje's self. fend has it that Jacob was I observe the festival of Js. I don't know how the |d arose, but there seems a Ear fitness for it, for Jacob [the man who was always tog, the man who lived by Lits. the man who wrestled bllv with angels, the man fe imagination was sometimes Ective: who. one might say, f^d f.i,!ii thinking too much." ere is one incident in the of Jacob which the Bible which seems to me very iicant. You remember the [when Jacob is about to leave uncle laban to meet his long fen brother, Esau, fob is t< rnbly worried. Esau Dways been the outdoor man, kimbie and strong hunter. The Is of the field were no match aim. How could Jacob hope Jpc with him? the past returns to Jacob's the sense of his guilt of his ling the birthright, overIms him. He seeks to find bes for himself. Esau was pather's favorite. He, Jacob, llittle esteemed. Esau was alsure to get a bright smile his father as he went out I the day's hunt and never (id he return empty handed. old man. Isaac, was always of his vension, when Esau [in the morning with his bow | arrow. And when he returned nightfall, the house of Isaac ays rang with the plaudits of low Jacob longed for an approving look from his father, but never could he get it. They were twins, yet Esau seemed so strong and he, Jacob; so inept. Only his mother Rebecca would sometimes give him an approving look and tin n Jacob could see it was compassion that shone in his mother's eyes. He did not want pity. A boy i wants more than pity. He wants I to fee] that he is able, that he is .competent, that he is manly. But I even then, it was not he who had conceived the idea of cheating Esau out of his father's blessing. It was his mother who had put him up to it. She had told'him to disguise himself. But what difference did that | make now? Esau held him responsible, and vengeance would be his now. Now after he had [succeeded against so many obstacles, had acquired an estate, : Esau would deprive him of it. His ; life had been so full of trouble. [ Besides the sad days of his childhood, he had to endure the conniving Uncle Laban, who had promised him his daughter Rachel for seven years of labor and then had palmed off Leah instead. Still, he had managed to withstand Laban. All these cattle—all this property with which he was now leaving, would establish him as a person of some success. He was a respectable citizen now. He ] had economic security. He could j if allowed peace, now rest on his I laurels. He could—if it were not for Esau! But soon he would meet his vengeful brother. Perhaps if he had not run away, Esau might have "taken it out of his hide" and it would have been better. Just like these cattle, which kept on multiplying, so revenge seems to fester and grow and multiply. The passing of the years would only increase, so to speak, the interest on Esau's vengeance. But what was the use of all of this worrying? thought Jacob. The past can't be undone. You can't unscramble scrambled eggs. What could be done now to appease Esau if possible and to minimize the danger? You remember how Jacob dispatched members of his party I aheadof the main group with I gifts for Esau. They were to tell Esau thai his brother was approaching and had sent these offerings. There is no use dragging out the story. It all boils down to tiie fact that Jacob was in mortal terror of his brother. But what happens when Esau sees Jacob? Esau falls on his brother's neck and cries—for happiness: He is overjoyed to see his brother. Those gifts which Jacob sent to appease him he doesn't want. But Jacob stole his father's blessing. Esau smiles. All the blessing he has ever needed were .his bow and arrow. In brief, Jacob had built up a whole series of imaginary troubles for himself. He suffered from what the psychiatrist today calls an anxiety complex. The man who is emotionally active like Esau, seldom suffers from it. It is a type of malady to which those given to over much thinking are prone. Most of our anxieties are of the same substantial nature as those which Jacob imagined. The evil that we imagine, often turns out to be a joy when we find the courage to approach it. PAGE ELEVEN AS LOW AS 4% INTEREST MORTGAGE ^O A $g HENRYC Fla-AiMntiii )a*l< Ku.ld.n. 9-3435 KINDERGARTEN THRU HIGH SCHOOL—CO-ED School Opens Sept. 25th—Open for registration Situated on two acre waterfront estate with 75 foot swimming pool—outdoor study. Established reputation lor achieving high scholastic standards and character development. 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ihdlie\wiisltUEIIiDipidliigun ,-CLUME 23—NUMBER 38 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS Miami To Join Other Communities In C-Day Operation On Sunday, October 8 Miami will join with communities throughout the nation in Operation C-Day, a giant ofiensive designed to collect all unpaid pledges to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal. Jumping-off date] has been set for Sunday, October. 8. and the C-Day high com-' mand is already meeting to map campaign strategy. Stanley C. Myers, who recently returned from Israel where he led a parley with Israeli ,iul Jewish Agency lead.,. been named to lead the d An a: my of volunteer workers will call n all contributors of $100 or less who have not yet ... i their pledges. Pledges of over SI00 will be handled by the Federation collection committee. Myers explained. .In announcing the operation, said that "C stands for cash ceive all or most of the balance on outstanding pledges," he declared. Myers appealed for volunteer? to serve as collectors. "If enough volunteers are enrolled," he said. "No person will be over-burdened. The success of this drive depends on the volunteers. "In view of the fact that beneficiary agencies of the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal are in urgent need of money to continue their i programs, which in many inmean • and H irf tnmeetthe Sta CeS mean the SUrvival O f • dy needed to meet the hundreds thousands f human SfAi £ J&&J&! beings, we cannot falter," Myers y: I N th Africa. We cannot meet J ligationa unless we re-' (Continued on Page 4) ltt.800 Arive In Israel In August HAIFA, (JTA)—A total of %  18.800 Jewish refugees arrived in Israel during the month of August, it was reported here this : week. An additional 980 immigrants landed here last week aboard the S.S. Kommemiut. A party of 670 Jews from Poland were disembarked here from the transport GaJilah The vessel immediately put out to sea to return to Venice for another transport of immigrants. Telecommunications From Israel To U.S. Open TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A second telecommunications system between Israel and the United States was opened via Manila. The first message over the network was an exchange of greetings between Philippine President Quirino and Israel's Acting PresiI dent Joseph Sprinzak. Judge Morris Rothenberg, World Zionist Leader, Dies In New York At 65 NEW YORK, (JTA)—Funeral services for Judge Morris Rothenberg, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal and for many years world Zionist leader, was held here Tuesday at the Free Synagogue, with Dr. Israel Goldstein, officiating. Judge Rothenberg died late Sunday night at the Hotel Biltmore after reporting to the I national executive committee of | the Zionist Organization of America on the recently-concluded extraordinary economic conference in Jerusalem, which he attended. Judge Rothenberg was 65. Prior to his election to the national chairmanship of the U.P.A., Judge Rothenberg served as president of the Jewish National Fund of America. He was also, for four terms, president of the Zionist Organization of America. A na! tive of Estonia, he was brought to this country by his parents at the age of eight. i Messages of condolence issued Home For Aged Dedication Set For Sunday Plans are now being completed for the dedication of the new Greater Miami Jewish Home for the Aged to be conducted Sunday, September 24, at 2:30 p.m. on the grounds of the home, 150 N.L 53rd St., it has been announced by Judge Harold B. Spaet, president. on the new premises, according to Special invitations have been issued to state and local dignitaries, and the general public has also been invited to inspect the facilities which will be dedicated at Sunday afternoon's exercises. Over 2.000 are expected to be on hand. The ceremony will launch a $250,000 fund-raising drive for the construction of an infirmary, two kitchens and a dining room Judge Spaet, who is also campaign chairman. Members of the^Miami and Miami Beach Auxiliaries to the home will conduct tours of the grounds and serve refreshments during the afternoon. There will be no solicitation of funds, Judge Spaet discloses. Alan Gale, well known night club entertainer, will serve as master of ceremonies. Scheduled to speak at the rites are Judge Spaet: Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president of the Miami Beach auxiliary: Mrs. Jacob Krohn, president of the Miami auxiliary; as well as mayors of the municipalities composing Greater Miami; Leo Allen, executive director of the home; and Gross, a resident of the home. Fr. Bernard T. Tonnar, S. J., of Gesu Catholic Church will offer the invocation. The Rev. George H. Ricks of Miami Shores Presbyterian Church will represent the Greater Miami Ministerial Association, while Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will represent the I Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Participating in the musical portion of the program will be Cantors Samuel Kelemer, J. Y. Goldring and Joseph W. Malek, Soprano Pauline Fried and Hy Fried and his band. All local posts of the Jewish War Veterans, as well as AZA and BBG units, will take part in the ceremonies. Heading the committee in charge of the exercises are Harry Danziger, Harry Levine and Leo Steinman. Headquarters for the fundraising drive are in Room 309. Linjay Building, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Judge Morris Rothenberg by Jewish leaders mourning Judge Rothenberg's passing included a tribute by Henry Morgenthau. Jr., general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who said that '•Morris Rothenberg died (Continued on Page 4) Anti-Semite Begins Year Prison Term ATLANTA, Ga., TTTA) — Homer Loomis. Jr.. leader of the Columbians, a defunct antiSemitic and pro-Fascist organization, has begun to serve the one-year prison sentence he received three years ago on charges of inciting a race riot. Lipton To Head Red Cross Drive Joseph M. Lipton. president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, has been appointed general chairman of the American Red Cross 1951 Dade County fund drive. Lipton's appointment was announced by Charles A. Mills, chapter chairman. The new fund chairman, who succeeds B. H. Blakey. has been serving as chapter treasurer. He also headed the large public service division during the 1950 fund raising campaign. This division, with one of the largest quotas, exceeded its goal by $5,000 last year. Lipton is well known in Miami's financial, civic and welfare circles. He was one of the organizers of the American Bank and Trust Co.. now merged with the First National. He was first vice president of the Florida Savings and Loan League, past president and director of the Miami Life Underwriters Association, and past first vice president and director of the Greater Miami Insurance Board. (Continued on Page 9) ~. •_ .u_ — T— iK HKIM for two kitchens and a dining room—have boon completed, tho homo ade. Alter initial improvorrt*—construction of an infirmary, proruie • naw for MU. Jordan Asks UN To Halt Action On Disputed Area JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The government of Jordan has requested U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie to suspend further action over the disputed Naharayim area, Lt. Col. A. Harkavi, Israel's chief representative to the mixed armistice commissions, announced this week. He explained that the Jordanians have "now observed tho signature of Johb Glubb Pasha, Arab Legion commander during tho Arab-Israel war, on a map showing that the disputed area was awarded so Israel" on June 32. 1949.



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IY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1950 +Jewisli rhridUmn PAGE THIRTEEN Film Added | IDE. Library ..„ Rights." new United \< 16mm sound film depict,.' •. Universal Declaration l.,,,,, rights, has.been added s for Democracy -Li; the Florida regional [ -Defamation League of iBVilh, according to an an, Gilbert J. Balkin, | iL director. lay for the film was Joseph Moncure need for the Films I::formation Division X.ii' ms Division of ition in collaboraI X film staff, the s the importance ntal human lights the UN declaration I -sity of bringing to the attention of the world. Rights' is parpriate for the apnieinoration of j ., Week. October 16ted. ; v uilable for showips and organiza(I: rater Miami area, tn advised. Bookings may contacting the al ADL office. 330 [ild Build:nug, Miami, phone rd Meeting Slated I Miami Beach Chapter B*nai V 'ill hold its first meeting of the season at Dmc i Mrs. George Bertman, :Drive, Miami ,, en Thursday, September 1:30 p.m., according to an imcemenl by Mrs. Ida Opt[ lent. Milt n Weinkle and Mrs. |1<< G Idberg, membership limn, will "Jtline plans for a b I] call drive for Ibers. LWOY HOTEL )pen Year Around" 'JV.IV. Second Street IN THE MAIL Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida I have been called several times lately in regard to poultry which is supposed to be Kosher, but has no identification whatsoever to verify this Kashruth. I was told that such poultry is being in: "Live Poultry Markets' (freshly slaughtered, or cold); in stores; and, in markets. As a rabbi authorized and dutybound to give decisions on matters of Kashruth; and as the director of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. I d, em it my duty to give you the' following information: 1) That poultry without proper "Kashruth Identification" is not, may not, and. can not be recognized as Kosher unless a proper investigation in regard to its Kashruth was made, and it was found to be Ko 2) That there are men who are neither recognized, nor endorsed, or even qualified locally as Schochtim slaughtering poultry in some Live Poultry Markets. For those Schochtim neither the rabbis, nor the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, is or can be responsible. 3) To recognize the authenticity of a Schochet, demand that he affixes the "Kashruth Identification Ring" to your poultry. This "Kashruth Identification Ring" is given only to recognized Schochtim. Furthermore, when we find some irregularity with a Schochet, the KIR of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth is immediately taken away from him. This ring (of the GMVH) is therefore your guarantee that the Schochet is recognizd; and that the chicken is Kosher, because he would not affix a Kashruth identification ring to a non-Kosher chicken. 4) Poultry may also become "Over Zman" (past due), and since no! mashgiach to wash the poultry does not come to the Live Poultry Markets, I advise you to buy only freshly slaughtered poultry with the ring of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. Cold poultry shall be bought only in a regular store where our Kashruth endorsement sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, (the i only community vaad in this area) is displayed. Demand that the ring of the GMVH remain on the chicken when you get it. Wishing you all a Happy Yom Tov, I am Sincerely yours, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Director, Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth IEEL M.95 REGULAR $10 VALUE LINE I fi 45 ri Ttt t LEADER WIRE. 25 *• %  MC*. H. 35c RODS" ••" SU.95. NOW rntx sio ROD GER FISH HOOKS II to 5—100. R C50 FfLEX SLASS ROD 95 Rvr BOAT '~^**•• S12.50 E ALUMINUM ~ L BOX. R„ J7.S3 SINKERS'l'-M. R*. $2.50. i 4 95 SUI ATfe D JUG'~2 2 JCRS Auxiliary To Meet Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will complete plans for its October membership party at a meeting on Monday, September 25, at 8:30 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. M. Goluskin, who recently returned from the group's national convention in Denver, will report on the conclave FRIDAY \li;if I IS FAMILY NIGHT AT SEARS SHOP FRIDAY 9:30 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. RICCIOS ITALIAN & AMERICAN RESTAURANT "The Finest Italian Cuisine in America" New Beautiful Banquet Room with facilities for all Anniversaries and Parties Phone 7-6937 or 7-9555 Where Miami Meets the Beach for Dinner 991 N.E. 79th St. on the Causeway The Blue Grass Room open all year around. NIZED MINNOW' "It. S3 50 J'tSO 99c 95c sg* JINS CRAB TRAJS 5 WO BRASS "• *n. 5c PLUSi SI 25— W.40 J _... 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PAGE SIX fJenisfi rtoridH&tf FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, Pcron Uroed To Halt Boa€,h Optical Service Move* To Larger Ifuarterw Anti-Semitic Papers BUENOS AIRES, (JTA) — : :.' Juan Pi ki I in i mi i irandum submitt< d by the D VIA, cenl ive body A gentine instituti : i anti-S< mitic publicat in this country which "insti st the Jews The DAI A memorandum th 51 "constitute an at) against the constitutional and democratic institutions of Argentina and arc contrary to the government's policy i ; tolei an e The Yiddishe Zeitung. leading Jewish daily here, said in an editorial that "this dangerous agitation will bring only harm to Argentina, if measures are not adopted soon." Argentine Jewry, the Yiddish paper added, expects action on the part of the govern•".. which 'has proven its desire to maintain harmony among all sections of the population." The DAIA has also asked Jews in this country to have nothing to do with ••representatives of Because former quarters were either German Republic A stateinadequate for its constantly ment to this effect was issued growing list of satisfied patients. fallowing the arrival here of the Beach Optical Service, owned Minister Karl Spicker of the West and operated by Walter P. VollGerman Federal Republic, who weiler. has moved into larger To Entertain Board Mrs. Irvine H. Millei of the Greater Miam P fh nt National Home for Jewish r^" dren at Denver, will I the board of direct luncheon and swim partv i K home, 520 s.W. 22nd TuiMiay. September 26. .-,, 11/m The board will convene I i \w CUSS the ways and means I to be presented by the chairman : Mrs. Albert Dublc ,!^ late plans for the coming ...,, I WANT MY MILK Walter P. Vollweiler, owner of Beach Optical Service, is pictured fitting glasses on a patient. is touring Latin America. The statement pointed out that "there is no reason to change our attitude towards the people who are responsible for the murder of fc.000,000 Jews. No Jew should (untact any representative of either German Republic." A press conference for Spicker was avoided by all representatives of the Jewish press. quarters at Suite 302, 350 Lincoln Road. The new offices are fully air conditioned and include a laboratory containing the most modern instruments and equipment necessary for the duplication of all lenses and the filling of occulists' prescriptions. A veteran of many years in the ptical field, Vollweiler dispensed more than 100.000 pairs of glasses while serving with the U.S. Army. World Zionist Meet Postponed JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The! Jewish Agency executive this; Dov Chapter To Hold week decided t0 postpone thej Meeting. SUCCOS Party ^thcoming World Zionist Con-j Dov Chapter of Mlzrachi will ress f r m n "" emb ^ > %  *>. to; hold a meeting and Succos partv tne end of May. 1951. Before that on Thursday. September 28. at 1 ,mie tne executive decided, a p.m. at C tion Beth El. ac9 on e J ess of American Zionists" ng t,i an announcement bv should be held in the United Mrs Rose Pertes, president. SEASONS GREETINGS CORAL WAV < M;\\I;HS Coral Gables Dry Cleaning Dress Suits, Riigs and Drapes. Ail Work On Premises Phone 4-1345 States and some 2,000 to 3,000 American Zionist leaders should be invited to it. The vote was seven to three. The proposal to postpone the World Zionist Congress was made by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman ol the Agency executive in nited Stal Di in stressed I Zion• i United Ji %  S. Z. S %  gested thai meetii 249 Corai Way ', Z n %  Sanford Kimball Leaves For Emory University Sanford G. Kimball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball. 1211 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, has left for Atlanta. Ga., where he will matriculate as a pre-medical student at Emory University. He was recently elected as one of the state representatives of the Order of DeMolay at the group's state conclave in Orlando. He is past master counselor of the Miami Beach Hibiscus Chapter of the De Molay and district representative for the Florida group. The young man also delivered the order's "Flower Talk" on Mother's Day at the Miami Beach Elks Lodge. Following his release from servI ice, he was affiliated with the j Southeastern Optical Co. of Mii ami and in 1947 operated the optical department of Duval | ; Jewelry Co. In 1948 he organized the Beach | optical field. Vollweiler dispensed Vollweiler carries one of the | largest selections of frames for men and women in the area. I Moreover, he has had considerable experience in advising people about frames to suit their individual personalities. In the years that Vollweiler has been serving this area, he has acquired a reputation for fine quality merchandise and unexcelled workmanship. And Be Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MOk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2G2I Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird tU. A Snapper CrMk PIZZA! VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY 'TRIXIE" CONEY ISLAND'S FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER • VILLA CAPRI • • ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. 9-2557 386 Minorca Avenue GREETINGS J. E. SHAW GENERAL CONTRACTING Phone 48-8867 -METROSnioked Fish Corp, WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS Nova Scotia Salmon All Types Herrings Dial 58-5:100 MIAMI BEAC,H 18 OCEAN DRIVE = The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation extends hereby best wishes tor a Happy Succos to the whole of the Jewish Community, and informs the Jewish population: VK i,? NLY UVE POULTRY MARKETS in Greater Miami where the benochum are supervised and endorsed by the Vaad are: MIAMI Ideal Live Poultry Market (Wholesale Only), 151 N.W. 5th St. Abes Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail) 2011 S.W. 8th St. —rear MIAMI BEACH Beman-s Live Poultry Market (Wholesale and Retail). 87 Washington r.fi Li ^ e I Poul rv Market (Wholesale and Retail). 320 Collins Ave. Outman & Lapof Live Poultry Market (Wholesale). 325 Collins Ave. ..v it ultry Markel 'Wholesale and Retail), 436 Collins Ave. end^lX^VaaY 1117 "*" "* "* -*to Gwrt ** MIAMI BEACH ISw M ea, and J P ultr Y Market 436 Collins Ave. SSiS. M Q n l M** Market 552 Washington Ave. t I ? W Meal and Poulfr y Market. 732 6th St Hoffmnn /S "f ^n^ Market 737 Washington Ave. R2p\ e aan l 0 ul ^ Market 41 5 Espanola Way Royal Packing Co. (Wholesale Onlv) 739 5thSt MIAMI NORTHWEST SECTION vES&£SI Mea v an L d Poul,r Y Marke 153 N.W. 5th St. F o da NaSal ^K" ft* and *"*3 Market 230 NW 5th NW 5, h St r Provision C (Wholesale and Retail), 230 MIAMI, SOUTHWEST SECTION Quality Kosher Meat and ffi.Sl&WwS. MIA M ssss^stsss; nd Poui !" t e s w *~ Coral Way Kosher Market. 1741 Coral Way CORAL S£S K Sher Meal Qnd T Market; y ,255 Coral Way For athef S2* Meat **• 207 Almeria Ave. HB R-ckoXV 818 ro M^hSSI L a enu U,h M Ca11 Ur "* %  *. Rabbi ">se P H E. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres H cno-rnS?'^ 1 Beach Phone 5 3595 J*. Secy. s. LOBEL, Treos.



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jelsti Flcrlcfiar FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER CLOSE-UP on LOW PRICES at our STARTIME TV SALE! BORDEN S SILVER COW DIXIE CRYSTALS. Foctory Pock MILK 4=37. SUGAR £39 JONRITE ALL GREEN FYNE TASTE YELLOW CLING Halves Li 111 as 17-Peaches 23 ********** *** A FAMOUS PRODUCT, (aster washing *** ARMOUR'S STAR CORNED 4a*m+* Cj\tuf GA SHIPPED, GRADE A FANCY Caponettes • 65 Veal Roast 5?„"2£ 65 VEL large box 19 : BEEF ^ + + BORDO ORANGE LADY FAIR Juice c29-: Coffee & 76 Kingfish Steaks FRESHLY SLICED lb 39' *** + Qmmmi Qt*d* ^ **W f 4\o-)*n Good "£<**7M" Qt*U*\n BIRDS EYE or SNOW CROP Golden Bantam Cut Corn 2 35 c Spinach %  2 *£' 39c Snow Crop Grape Juice 2 '<£ 29c ********** New Crop !! New Crop !! New Crop !! U S. NO. 1 FLORIDA Grapefruit 5 25 a^ U. S. NO i w,,h Eo < SNOWDRIFT Hunt's Cucumber Chip Pickles Flock PREMIUM Beer v N £p" l.OU Butter Filled Coffee Ring 3 b. fin 7& 2 'vi 25< 12 or. bottles ^A Ctn. of 6 I MC No Deposit %  • i CUSHMANS Of! FINEST Li 1 ,fME UhriLdovarftkWWl • FIESTA BOWL Corn U. S. NO 1 CALIFORNIA Pears U. S NO. 1 YORK STATE Apples GENU'NE GOLDEN BANTAM BARTLETT M.JNTOSH 4 25' 2 29 2 35 W,th Each Purchase of 12 Oz. Cup KITCHEN FRESH BAKED BEANS 4A BoUt OnLf I JJ C DOMESTIC SWISS CHEESE B/the p,ece only | D 59c MIDGET LIVERWURST Chock Full of Vitamms 10 Oi Pkg 29C Open. £