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The Jewish Floridian ( October 6, 1950 )

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llay Army To Ring Bells Quest Of Cash Sunday Myers Will Address CJFWF Conference teatest one-day drive ever conducted here will take day, October 8, in an all-cut efiort to mobilize large ash for urgent immigration and settlement needs in for aid to distressed Jews in Europe, North Africa |iddle East. ___^^_ lial drive, which will*— • annual campaign here If the Combined Jewish Isr.M'l Policy Still In Force LONDON, (JTA)— Israel has not abandoned its policy of nonindentification with either the Western or the Eastern Bloc. Dr. Herzl Berger, Israel Mapai leader, last night told a British Labor Zionist conference. He added that "out relations with the West are closer not because we chose so. but because of the attitude of other powers." Speaking on the problem of Jews emigrating from Europe, he asserted that in the West Jews could emigrate as a right, while in the Eastern European countries permission to emigrate is granted as a favor. He also said it was not possible to collect funds in Eastern Europe to train pioneers for Israel nor exchange delegations with Jewish communities in these countries. of bs been designated as for Cash). The C-Day be part of a national ttion effort in which 60.000 volunteers will lids of 700.000 contribuImmunities all over the C. Myers has been airman of the local cam.ddie Cantor, national [chairman of the United Appeal, is serving as of the nationwide oneJthe banner of "See the lugh With Cash," the Cinteers will canvass the |mm unity in an effort to funds still outstanding fcs made earlier this year. hell drive for cash will [10 a.m. Sunday morning linue all day. Icnbing the urgent need In, Myers declared that _tty mounting Jewish needs H, Europe, the Moslem Vid here at home have I this extraordinary step to every last dollar on still Jing pledges. Each and ontributor with an unpaid the cost of rescuing hundreds thousands of homeless Jews." The local chairman said that designation of Sunday, October 8, as C-Day '•.symbolizes our determination to see the job through." Government Acts To Ease Fiscal Crisis JERUSALEM, (JTA) — An of, f icial announcement issued by the Premier's office here said that the | Israel government — following consultations with local and for! i eign economic experts—has de: i cided to expand agricultural proJ duction. as "vital to improvement' %  of Israel's economic situation;" to j increase exports and to lift the I ban on capital import in the form I of goods. The official announcement, indicating that the government is prepared to relax many economic restrictions in order to ease the present difficult situation, said the government will propose in parliament a bill calling for the floating of a popular loan, backed by gold, and will also—through a I specially-created association of bust redeem that pledge > municipalities-promote ana onbiless this is done, we in al lottery. Further tourism will be nmunity will have to tell | encouraged through the opening ,ted Jewish Appeal that we I of special tourist shops where led to carry out the sacred goods-including "honed merlon we assumed earlier this chandise—will be sold to visitors hen we promised to pay from abroad. To meet 1951 local, national and overseas responsibilities of Jewish communities will highlight the 15th annual conference of the Southeastern Region of the Council of ^Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it was announced by Herbert S. Weil, conference chairman, and Marx J. Borod, regional president. The conference will be held on October 7 and 8 at the Roosevelt Hotel, New 1 Orleans. Delegates from the 35 Jewish communities comprising the Council's Southeastern Region | will participate in the two-day gathering and hear major adj dresses delivered by Stanley C. Myers, national president of the CJFWF; Harry L. Lurie. executive director of the CJFWF; and Major Alfred Fleishman, St. Louis, consultant to the St. Louis Jewish Community Relations Council. Myers will discuss, "Southern Jewry's Communal Responsibilities—Agenda for 1951" at the Saturday night opening dinner which will be in the form of a testimonial meeting for Myers and Isaac S. Heller, both of whom are past presidents of the Southeastern region. Myers will focus much of his presentation on a report of his recent trip to Israel and the implications of the projected new bond drive for Israel on local community efforts. Heller will act as the discussant at this meeting and will raise questions for discussion by the delegates. Anders Denies He Is Anti-Semific NEW YORK, (JTA)—Gen. Wladyslaw Anders, Polish antiSemitic leader who was permitted by State Department authorities to come to the United States to participate in the Pulaski Day parade here Sunday, told a pre*rconference last night that ne was not anti-Semitic. He said the charges against him emanate not from the Jewish people, but from the Moscow radio. Senator Pepper Meets Ben dJurion NEW YORK. (JTA)—A New York Times dispatch from Tel Aviv quoted U. S. Senator Claude Pepper—who is visiting Israel as a member of a Congressional committee—as stating, following a meeting with Premier David Ben Gurion. that he would recommend U. S. military and any other aid required by the Jewish state." Silver As Drive Head Inconfirmed NEW YORK, (JTA)—Informed quarters in New York described as entirely without foundation week-end reports quoted in Jerusalem dispatches that Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will head the projected Israel loan campaign in the United States. The reports were quoted by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Israel-Jordan Committee Meeting JERUSALEM (JTA)—The special Israel-Jordan armistice commission on Jerusalem problems, which had suspended meetings for a number of months, resumed sessions Monday. L.N. truce chief Maj. I Gen. William E. Riley, who attended the session, stressed the irn' portance of the resumption of work by the committee and the i many possibilities for its work to cement relations between the two countries. The heads of both delegations to the committee also emphasized the importance of solving the major problems in Jerusalem still outstanding between the nations. Ex-Oswieeim Inmates Testily TEL AVIV (JTA)—Charges of additional cruelties ascribed to Elsa Trenk—an Israel resident accused of mistreatment of Jewish women inmates in the notorious Nazi Oswiecim death camp—were made in magistrate's court by Chava Gottlieb, a witness for the prosecution. Miss Gottlieb told the court how. while she was inerned in Oswiecim. she was struck by the Trenk woman while | she was standing in line, vainly awaiting a hand-out of food. Rosh Hashona In Korea Jewish GIs Observed New Year in Combat Zone By CHAPLAIN OSCAR M. LIFSCHUTZ e warm and Intimate picture ol Roan Hahaona in Korea. ED1TOK. ^MEWHERE IN KOREA, 2nd Day Rosh Hashona, 5711 lave just ended the Maariv-(evening service) and our ave qathered in the mess hall for a !" ack of kosher food ? d by the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). They are to taste the aefilte fish, a nd in a few minutes th ey_will sir chance. The lights are-*area. The combat front is twelve miles ahead and on our flanks. Several times during the services we had to pause, as low-flying jets and Mustang fighters flew over for their straffing missions. The artillery heaved all through the day. but fortunately it was all "outgoing mail" Just before Musaf—the additional service— we received a message from front office that our two men in the Tank Battalion could not be released because the outfit was in action—but that after the encounter they would be given passes. We asked the courier to relay the New Year's greetings of the congregation to the men. The men participated wholeheartedly and the responsive readings were enthusiastically led bv Pvt. Arthur Cohen of Pittsburgh (Hq. Co.-2nd Inf. Div.) M ana took time off to sound and Cpl. H asti ?* s < M £ !" f ,tZ Shofar for us. A real expertI Surgical Hospital). During tne New York—Lt. Jack Arnold | services we were amazed to see Kcept for a couple of ColeJanterns, for we are under but. restrictions. Snipers, we must be careful. [Rosh Hashona services were id. although we operated field combat conditions. On %  first day, several mudlid men, clinging to their bus rifles, jumped off a in front of our chapel tent h>:oudly anounced that they fmade it." They were afraid y might be late for the Ices. Pfc. Holis (just proId i. loaded with a complete :.l—down to grenades—had convinced that we were in le area. It is strange conducta religious service Ip.ins next to each chair %  concept is so paradoxical. Je were saved at the last lute when a lieutenant arrived Tf was in the midst of a misf) and took time off to sound *ockaway Beach. fori came in from units staged all along the Naktong river F The command had previous[indicated that it doubted any could be reltased in this I large number of South Koreans gather around our chapel tent to peer in. Inquiry revealed that they have never witnessed a Jewish service. Their vocabulary does not have any word for •'rabbi." Many had heard of Jews from missionaries but had never seen one. This was the first time, and thev stood for hours—patientlv watching. The sounding of the Shofar delighted them, and after the service they requested that it be sounded again—and I had to explain very carefully that it was 1 forbidden. I During the afternoon the 8055 1 Mobile Army Surgical Hospital pulled in the compound, travelling in convoy on its way to Taegu. Upon seeing our Jewish chaplain's flag flying from the tent mast several men hopped off the trucks and headed for our I service. Having been on the road all day. nd under alert, the men had been unable to attend any service. As soon as they washed up we held a special service for i them. They were highly elated j that, even in Korea, they were \ able to make the service. Pfc. Sheldon Schwartzberg of Buffalo. N. Y., and his buddies were very i happy when they pushed off later i en route to Taegu. They promised to be back for Yom Kippur—with God's help. A few days ago. I Corps moved in and the advance party is setting up the headquarters. Our announcements were sent to their forward unit in Taegu and the Command Post in Miryang. Cpl. Wertheimer of the J.A. Section I Corps, was our first Congregant of the organization. Among the transients during the Rosh Hashona services were Chaplain Hinkel of the 82AAA BW; Chaplain Wm. K. Kirkpatrick, Protesti ant deputy division chaplain of !the 2nd Inf. Div.; and Chaplain Denelfo, (Catholic) also with the 12nd Inf. Div. Lt. Col. Nieman, Shown at Rosh Hashona service are these servicemen of 7th Division on Army transport as it approached Inchon. MUtar amphibious landing operation. This service conducted ^Warrant Officer Oliver Margolin (extreme left), and others on troop ships •nroute to Pacific, was made possible by National Jewish Welfare Board, which furnished all religious supplies. These services were in addition to those throughout U. S. conducted by Jewish full and part-time chaplains at 520 posts and veterans hospitalsincluding the 17 newly-reactivated camps. commanding officer of the hospital, paid hii respects. Two of our worshippers are most distinguished in this sector. They are Captain Zager and Captain Sloman. Both of them are very fine surgeons and many of our' boys owe their lives to their skill and energv. Captain Bernard S. Zager is from Detroit and Captain Howard S. Sloman is from Norwalk. Conn. They came in and participated during rest periods between surgical cases. Their surgical caps looked like white skull-caps (yarmelkas) but it was their white, blood-spotted uniforms that gave them away. So we passed our Rosh Hoshona in prayer, comradeship, and talk of home. A minyon in the land of Korea! The "chosen people" in the land of Chosen—(that's the >way the word Korea is spelled and pronounced here)—even here, puns! We all long to return to our loved ones and enjoy God-given I peace. That is our prayer for the New Year. The congregation sends best wishes for the New Year to the National Jewish Welfare Board. Thanks to you our supplies j and equipment were complete. As I ever, Shalom!



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PAGE TWO +Jewisti ncrk/ian FRIDAY. OCTQ BFB B i lulu cat ion Hoard To >!''! >loiid;iv jon of of the Bu be • iber 9. ;.t p.m. .'.ill include a pro1951, : • 1 • : '. ':. %  .u include Lou.5 H M K Mi L pi I : and J Dunto\ S M • '.: treas%  ting of the teach%  %  plications of 1 ternI .and pi nenl pracl %  Firsi N D M Il'nai Ift'riih Vouili Organizations To Sponsor leadership Institute' Siinda v •. .. Vouii^ \V in < ii To Pick "Ideal Man" H La i B'n B'rith Y ui %  '.' I ind danc H • %  1 on S ii l I 28. at 9 p.m. • A E n test: B D. Making plans for the B'nai B'rith youth organization all-day institute to be held at the Miami Beach YM & WHA a ad the Miami Jewish Community Center are (1. to r.) Mrs. Harry Kaufman. District F've Hillel and scholarship chairman. Greater Miami youth chairman and institute speaker; Miss Selma Lewis, South Florida BBYO director; Miss Shirley Lefkowitz. District Five B'nai B'rith president; and Miss Carol Goldstein, institute cochairman. frith youth organat 9 a.m. with an address by Soul Florida will Milton A. Friedman, national %  %  %  n IIla; Ii ship inyouth c n ner of Di ti I tituti n Sui October 8, at Five, who will ti • develqp. ment ol the Bru.i B'rith youth %  M : tions in the past 25 years. ,n • Mi ii K ifman, Disl i Fiv. Hillel ai p chair• f ofi tisii relai News Brief I. ; '. I', • .".;. P "i : %  .: %  •' i this cit; I ion w %  B'nai B'rith man W|I! '' • n the I t of "Youth Di vi lops B'nai E L hip." You Get What You Pay For Don't Sacrifice Quality For Prices ITS TOO EXPENSIVE In the Long Run Try Us l : or the tlt'st in lAtundru and f#ff/ i It'u n in if ui a Kvasonablv Vvitv %  %  -h Confidence—Receive With Satisfaction" Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1403 N. W. 7th COURT MIAMI. FLORIDA Phones: 3-0753, 3-0754 The IIS will be followed by a talk by C. R. Jacobson, B'nai B'rith Council director on the Efl live Public in B'nai B'rith." Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida rial director of the Anti-Defamation League will discuss "Human Relations and Advancement of Good Will in Communal Life." Dr. Donald Michelson. director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, will follow with a discussion of "The College Student Looks at Religion." Other speakers will include Judge and Mrs. Sam Silver. Bernard Newmark, Jerry Carver, Hv antz. Mrs. A. Frank Wellins. Miriam Goldstein and Ethel Pont. Skits and entertainment will be provided by the various chapters and invitations have been issued to the West Palm Beach and Hollywood groups to attend sessions. Shirley Lefkowitz. p:> %  ident of District Five B'nai B'rith Girls, will preside at th< %  and-wiil be assisted by C Goldstein, co-chairman ofthe progi. The afternoon meetings will ture a showing of the films, "This Is B'nai B'rith." narrated by War Correspondent Quentin Reyn ilds and "Doorway to Hope," which describes the work ial Hospital for j Arthritis in Hot Springs. Ark, | The all-day program will with a d.mce and enti I I at the Miann Jewish Community I Center at 8 p.m. taste ROKEACH CONDENSED *> <&#' AND VEGETARIAN • DELICIOUS .< lr w w Distributed by Palm Distributor., Inc. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami Phon. 3 MM B nai B nth Women s Unit dl ? cuss u service programs T* J T • i i. %  laken D y the women's rhL" n hand wi • Mi Harry Kaufman, third vice president of 'I '• ': :.in Bloom. n's Council president; and K '• Bi nne'r, president of : 7. C | A in in the HiaSprin • %  area, he i 1< I bj Mrs, Nathan Becker, heard Mrs. Kaufman outline procedures for organizing the new group and NURSERY PRE-SCHOOL School in Session Inquiries Invited "PLAY WITH A PURPOSP"! II„H„„1 set up; outdo ^ train; boatroom Unusual set-up; outdoor p 0olt ,[ COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS $5 ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 1010 West Ave. MIAMI BEACH Phone: 5-0606 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Beveled Mirrors and Resilrering Our Specialty I& G. Glass and Mirror Work§ 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOWS GERBER The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH rttfRHKm ph 'US 4AfTf-RUST t PROTECTION \


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Lflv nm-OBER 6, 1950 fJewisti FkridUdnn PAGE THREE /7/ Saj>... the clouds are gathering for the storm that may lTk forth into a third world war, one watches the L 3 t y of the French people with disappointment. repression (which may be wrong) is that if the sians march in, they will meet with no resistance. large extent, this was true in the Second World L 3 -hrn the military buckled under after three iks of actual fighting. Some say that 60% of the KSi collaborated with the Nazis. One can only Vvel as to what has happened to a people with ph a glorious h'story. L je e. A Symbol |i. the tourist tries to sip his morning coffee, he If H -is if the answer is not in front of his nose. If fcparfee then the cup contains a moral. Why such ILretched brew? In Holland, coffee is excellent. If CFrenchman likes his tiny cup of black bitter gall. I hiir d ink it. But since he needs dollars, why not I American tourist the coffee he wants. And %  ,( into the nb of the modern French lentality. e French |TI K French are dazzled by their history. On all sides bnument cathedrals, arches, castles, and palaces L ..],',, great past. Proof? The whole world comes e refore, it must be the best of all lands. w hv should Frenchmen bother to visit other [untries to get fresh ideas? What he has needs no %  lent. Let all comers conform to French fcages or stay away. But why drink coffee at all, fhen here is the best of wines. %  heir Leisure It would seem that French mentality, which was Lee agile, has become rigid. Apparently he sees no eed for change. A civilized person takes his full French Coffee And The Maginot Line two hours for lunch, come hell or high water. Saturday is a half holiday. Sunday is, of course, the Sabbath. No one should work on Monday, even if it was made into a day of rest by Leon Blum, of whom he may not approve. Let the American rush like a madman, a Frenchman takes his time. In the post office or thedepot, one may stand in the queue indefinitely, while some woman is chattering away with the clerk about God knows what. Their Past Creativity Thus the French attitude toward coffee perhaps reveals his basic hostility to modern life. It discloses that he is out of step with the machine, let alone the atomic age. Most original in the 13th century, when he conceived the cathedral, he was most creative in the 17th century when he built Versailles. Then he caught and expressed the spirit and temper of the Royalist Baroque era. The world flattered most sincerely by imitating. The Revolution and Napoleon were the afterglow in the setting sun. They were the final gasps of the energy generated in the Renaissance. Their Conservatism Ever since, the French soul has become static. The cup of coffee merely illustrates his refusal to yield to the iron law of necessity. Progress has passed him by. but he fails to see that he is becoming the keeper of a museum. Yet he still dreams of lordship in the chateau. In the Bourbon manner, he hasn't forgotten his former equipage of a gilded coach with four thoroughbred horses. To him, the airplane is not quite a reality. Their Backwardness A similar conservatism is discernable in many phases of French life. For example: Names of tenants, or their numbers, are not posted in apartment houses. By HARRY SIMONHOFF The concierge is there to give information. If she is taking a bath, you simply have to wait. In the face of enormous success attained for American business in reducing prices through mass production, the French manufacturer still clings to the antiquated notion of limited production, aiming at high prices with a long profit. The Maginot Line The same is evident on the highest plane of national defense. After the First World War, the best military minds of France apparently turned to antiquity for guidance. Many old towns still retain their ancient walls. The old method of defense was resurrected and again utilized. The Maginot Line was built as ;. rampart that would keep the enemy away, safely beyond the national borders. These tacticians gave no thought to the armored tank, which is a movable fortress. They dismissed the fighting plane, that can bomb a city, as a weapon of no consequent:e. i strategists, charged with the defense and safety of France, evidently confined their studies to the tactics employed with more or less success by Louis XIV. The disastrous results are only too well known. The Jewish Contrast How does French lethargy stack up alongside the Jewish drive of the past hah century. Persecuted in Russia and Roumania, millions crossed the seven seas in search of lebensraum. A generation transformed them from medieval pietists into 20th century folk. Penniless immigrants, they developed the manufacture of wealing apparel into a science and an art. Pioneering the movies, they made the cinema a world cultural force. Starting from scratch in desolatePalestine, they rebuilt their ancient commonwealth, and by force of arms set up Mcdinas Israel. kill S ho lorn Mali's I lull To Install Ifficers At Dinner Ilanee October 22 Weinkle Appointed Carl Weinkle has been named j local representative on the naj tional finance council of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). which will hold its! seventh annual meeting in Chicago, Friday, Saturday evening and Sundav, October 20-22, to consider JWB's 1951 budgetaryneeds in the light of mounting demands for increased religious. morale and welfare services to the armed forces and the continued growth and expansion of the Jewish Community Center movement. Robert S. Adler, Chicago, is chairman of the national finance council which annuajly screens JWB's budget before it is adopted by JWB's executive committee. Hadassah Meet Set For October Israeli Group of Hadassah, will I hold its first membership meeting | of the season on Monday, October 9, at 1:30 p.m., at the Saxony Hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving Westin. pi esident. Mrs. Alexander Kogan will give a detailed report of the national convention of Hadassah. There will also be a musical program. 'j9onnpn W*fcT\trv Safin Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy 818 Michigan Avenu* Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 —Ardmore Studio Frank Kamen (left), president of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom, goes over the reservation list with Emanuel Goldslrich. chairman of the dinner dance to be held Sunday evening, October 22. at the Saxony Hotel. J The Men's Club of Temple Beth William Mazur, David D. Pollack, ISholom will hold its annual inj Jack Abbott, Dr. Norman Russ, ntallation dinner-dance and en; Jerome Greene, Murray Brickner, Itertainment at the Saxony Hotel I Dr. Lester Saroff, Martin Rokaw, [on Sunday. October 22, at 7 p.m. j Harry Zukernick, Alex A. Strauss, Officers and directors to be inj Abe Solosko and Alexander stalled at the affair include, j Nason. Rabbi Leon Kronish will president, Frank Kamen; vice serve as installing officer. presidents, Dr. Alexander Rob| Members of the entertainment %  bins, Gilbert Goldman and Frank .committee include Louis Goldman. %  Steinberg; secretary. Bertram C. I Emanuel Goldslrich, Neat runs, %  Waller; treasurer, Benjamin GoldWilliam Mazur. Dr Alexander directors, Louis Goldman, : Robbins and Abe Solosko. I Jules Channing, Meyer Friedman, Tickets may be obtained by IXmanuel Goldstrich, Louis Haltel, i writing to Emanuel Qoldstricn, J. Kandel. Neal Kars, 12838 Prairie Ave., Miami Beacn, R Korshak, Jack Lawson, lor calling §-2592. Workshop Will Present 'World Of Men And Ants* "The World oi Men and Ants" will be presented by Radio Workshop for Democracy on Sunday. October 8. at 7:45 p.m. over radio station WMIE. Written by R iberl E. Owens, the play com i rns a cientisl > while studying the world ol ants decide: to see what ants would say if they cduld study human being Appearing in this radio presentation will be Bill Grefe, Roberl Baron, Lowell Thing, B iz Brenner and Sheba Wilson. Mrs. Gertrude Marx is director, and Steve Kessler is musical director. 7U** Save V2 o* -0 DRYWdOD Termite Control ORKIN NYLON TENT PROCESS Guaranteed for 5 Years Non-corrosi.e. non-inflammable gases ud 2-177 509 N. E. 13th St. MIAMI 5-3528 MIAMI BEACH Slack Factory We Carry a Full Line of Finest Fabrics Forstmann's, Silk Gabardines Tropicals, etc.. all 100o Virgin Wool Also Complete Line of Rayons Made to Order & Ready Made 931 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Closed Saturday Tel. 58-0566 Open Sunday I WANT MY MILK TWENTY ~ THIRD SEASON 1 9 50-1951 ModeSte AliOO, Conductor John Bitter, Guest Conductor Sun. Eve. — 8:30 Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium Mon. 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PAGE FOUR +Jmist> fhrktian FRIDAY. OCTOBER • EDITORIAL Rabbi Gordon's Mission The basic and most trenchant value oi Rabbi Harold H. Gordon's recent nine-week mission to fifteen Jewish communities overseas is that it clearly underscores an imminent turning point in the role the American Jewish community is destined to play in the future of Jewish life round the world. The past decade or so has imposed upon us the chcracter of "philanthropic arsenal," a sort of cornucopia of financial plenty which seemed to be our only contribution to Jewish survival on the continent and elsewhere. Now Rcbbi Gordon, who is general secretary of the New York Booard of Robbis, tells us that Jews overseas are rapidly changing their conception of us as merely "rich uncles." "They are in urqenr need of knowing thai American Jews are interested in them morally end spiritually," Rabbi Gordon declares. Even more, the board's general secretary points out, "the survival of the Jewish people in Europe and North Africa depends equally upon the moral end spiritual aid of American Jewry as actual materiel and physical support." Clearly, then, we are fated for a much larger, indeed, more historic part in the shaping of the world Jewish future than many of us even now were given to believe. Hew well equipped we are cs a community, how geared our religious leaders, seminaries, and universities are to assume this vitally central burden of leadership is really the fundamental problem. ** WORLD MACCAB'^^ The iloginnina Of GrmmttuM Brandeis University in Wcltham, Massach, I begins its third academic year this fall %  -\^\ students, several fine new buildjngs and a 1 of distinguished men of letters. This is the same Brandeis which two yea became for the Jewish people their first cont ticn to nonsectarian education In A^ Brandeis then was great only in the irnaai mJ scope of its goals and the faith and asnira? I of its sponsors. Today after months oi StanS! growth and development there has been cc piishment sufficient to justify the faith' and^?" generosity of America's Jewish Community I The Brandeis enrollment, which one day J level off at approximately one thousand L^\ men and women, stands, now, at twice the I it was one year ago and represents "necnW states and six foreign nations. The studies citL I young people have been guided by a faculty |W has contributed much to the American heritage %  Cngl an How soorj Brandeis may take its place „ the established, distinguished institutions OI"TO?I sectarian learning in this country depends ori many factors. Brandeis with its student body end its faculty and its spirit, both on the campus * %  by The Jewish Floridian at 120 %  • Sixth street. Miami 18. P"> r '-*"; tered as econd-clai matter Jury *> 1930, at the Poet Office of M1W". Fla., under the Act of March S!" 2 The Jewish Floridian has f"J! the Jewish Urrfty and the ** %  Weekly. Member of the Jewish TCW graphic Agency. Seven Arts F—g Syndicate, Worldwide News WnjJ National Editorial Association, "" can Association of Engtisn-Je*' Newspapers, Florida Press Associsw The Jewish Florldi.in *M "* guarantee the K.T>hruth "f "' chandls advertl -ed In Its co""^ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ... M Two Years ..... __^-— FRED K. SHOCHET Editor an d Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1 141—2j21Z_ Volume 23 Nunjtw FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, W" TISHRI 25. 1950



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RIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1950 +Jewlsti thrkUar PAGE FIVE liss Segall Named distant Solicitor ic-ant solicitor. „ in bv Judge Ben C. has joined the^ staff of in Hollywood Center WU1 Sponsor Forum Series The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood and its Mr. & Mrs. Club will open their cultural program with a series of "Town Hall Center Meetings" to begin Wednesday evening. October 11. Subject for discussion at the first forum will be "How Can We Create a United World—World Federalism or United Nations?" Panelists will include Robert M. Curtis, Ft. Lauderdale attorney and president of the. Ft. Lauderdale Youth Center; Judge E. B. .gall has joinea u =" Solicitor Robert R. f. She will specialize \ :v.-ns cases. :ci the appointment ^ as prompted by the ^e"em Donnell. West Palm Beach atMic'helsoZ'exec^t'ive ~d'irec~tor'~o~f mg abandonment oi torney Miami attorney and memMen's Club Meeting To Feature Panel "Shall Western Germany and Japan Be Permitted to Rearm?" will be the subject of a panel discussion at the Temple Israel Men's Club first meeting of the season Wednesday, October 11, at 8 p.m. in Kaplan Hall. Participants in the discussion will be Prof. William Cornelius, University of Miami; Art Green, radio commentator; Dr. Donald Sisterhood Board Meeting The Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold a board meeting on Monday, October 9, at 8 p.m. at the temporary quarters located at 1618 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. A regular meeting of the sisterhood will be held at the temporary quarters on Wednesday, October 11, at 8:30 p.m. After the business meeting a narration of the Simchas Torah holiday will be given by Mrs. Louis Barrish. fono: children, non-support and j ^^ of the boai d of directors G f grital difficulties. I the Miami Chamber of Commerce; groups and other civic Ned M. Letts, Miami attorney and ,„._'„./ in'iis have been advocat-I v i ce commander of the Harvey th( of a woman as W. Seeds Post of the American I I ir said. Legion. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig will jail has made a special serve as moderator for all meet-.. —;~i—.. anj ings. L dy 0 | psychology, sociology and Emmie problems," Taylor said, 7 nd will be ideal for this type work. Her work will lighten n the other assistants.' DauBhter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip \ K. 57th St., the new nl attended Emory Unind received her law de!" *from the University of MiI v-n Michaels Orchestra and a floor She recently began the show will be presented. t-roceeds will be allocated to Coral Gables Jewish Center project. the University of Miami Hillel foundation. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will serve as narrator. Herbert Kaufman has arranged the program and Edward Klein, who heads the men's club, will preside. Young Adult Dance Young Adult Group of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold its first anniversary dance on Saturday, October 14. at 9 p.m. in the Shelborne Hotel Patio. Music will be furnished by Marractice of law with her brother, idnej %  ; 0 mmiltee Meeting Set v Suss, vice president If B'nai B'rith Women of Coral Sables, has called a meeting of ys and means committee at her home. 120 Avila Court, on fhursday. October 12, at 2 p.m. to ins for the group's annual donor luncheon. Mrs. Suss I pointed Mrs. A. Somerfeld tnd Mrs. J. Toback as co-chair,.', : ir the event. Card Party On Agenda A card and mah jong party will be given by the Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Saturday, October 7, at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mrs. S. Brown and Mrs. A. Corenblum are in charge of tickets and Mrs. F. Paul is responsible for refreshments. Yiddish School To Open Kindergarten October 9 Workmen's Circle Yiddish School of Miami Beach will open a kindergarten for children of pre-school age on Monday, October 9. The classes which will meet from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Monday through Friday will be under the direction of Mrs. L. Lasavin. Registration is being held at the school, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. PI;. 9-3144 One of the historic newspapers in the struggle for liberty was The Federalist founded by Alexander Han.ilton. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the lewish Trade 'ttSlS.W.Sthttr.^ Look For the 2-Story white Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 ACE RUG CLEANERS 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING The TROCADERO KOSHER RESTAURANT Air-conditioned On 23rd Street—1 Block West of Roney Plaza Miami Beach Telephone 58-2058 We wish to thank all our friends for their patronage Our Catering facilities are still open. We are accepting parties for all occasions. The new beautifully appointed Green Room is aailable for your personal approval. Dr. Jerry Wisch (left) and A. W. Ellis, owner of Sun-Ray Health Resort, display more than 150 fish they caught in one day about nine rr.i'es east of Miami on the edge of the Gulf Stream. Both used Ocean City tackle which included the "Bay City No. 165 reel when they made the huge catch pictured here. There were plenty of fish for the guests in the health resort. All Wjsch end E lis needed was someone to help them clean 'eml Vote October 17, 1950 For WALTER PALMER Johnson CONSTABLE 2nd District—Precincts 44 to 66 WORLD WAR No. 2 VET U. of Fla. Graduate Business man Junior Law Student U. of Miami i NORMANDY SCHOOL ESTABLISHED 1936 Resident and Day School Kindergarten Through Twelfth Grade Highest Academic Standards, Visual Education Techniques. Music and Dancing. Complete Sports Program. Horseback Riding, Painting and Ceramics Registrations Now Accepted Opening Date — Oct. 2nd Children Admitted to First Grade on Basis of Readiness 1021 Biarritz Dr. Leo Hube L m 1 an v Heac ma ^" Miami Beach, Fla. Telephone 86-681 j loin Freedom Crusade of Freedom House j Signed the Freedom Scroll, which enshrined in the base of the Freedom Bell in Berlin, at a .: Wednesday, September 27. LEW IKIES Chris Craft Sales and Service PARTS. MARINE SUPPLIES. PAINTS. ETC. 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PAGE SIX vJenist! Meridian INF Reaches Goal Of 2.000,000 Dunams of Land JTA) — : Jew %  %  %  Id ibilee yi %  • Kaplan, Isi Minister, and Levi E • \ "Tops In Town" To Be Selected 0ct.11 U-M Symphony To Launch 23rd Season The University of Miami Sym23r I season n Ocl 28 %  tion pictures %  5l The I00-: ira will be %  %  ste Alloc ninth ns< i N nceri mast* i this j ear is Eugi ne Dul ncert: th( ny, th< NBC O and • Oth perai stars • -• %  an : Weliti the Metro] I i-ill ists for Jar try 21-22 -9 %  %  • ard •.'. h i %  %  • %  %  ber 10-11 Levant i most exti nakties An 11-12: ai Si -30. side ..: %  : It tl Set V %  -*.Erica M nd Jascha %  M 4-5. and Leoi New De%  • F irn %  Mian • '•' Thirt; : lur %  ... the Miami E B' • day. O. • H itel. Can lidates nd include Mrs. Ethel Sherman, N Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women; Mrs. Irving Cypen, T ical Chapter of B'nai B'rith W en: Mrs. Nathan Bloom. C Gables Chapter of B'nai B' Women: Mrs. Seymour Liebman, Sisterhood of North Shore Jew C( nter; Mrs. Camille Baum. Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. National Children's Caric Home and Miami Beach P • of Jewish War Veterans Auxili. Mrs. Israel Slotsky. TanChapter of Mizrachi Women: Mrs Hyman Pertes, Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women: Mrs. Samuel Ri tter, Hebrew Academy Women: Mrs. A. A Hayden, Miami Chaptei of An :. Jewish Congress; Mrs. Ida Lubar. Esther Chapti r American Jewish Congress; M Lou Ross. Greater Miai Jewish Consumptive Relief S iMrs. Abraham Shedroff. neer Women Club No. Tw Mrs. Saul H. Leslie. Greater MiChapter of Hadassah; Mrs Sol Silverman, Miami Beach Chapter of Jewish Home f^r the pleted air conditioned Miami Municipal Auditorium seats 2500 persons. The Monday evening concerts will be given as before in the Miami Senior High School Auditorium. Telegraphic news was a regular part of city news service bv 1860. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant Pan American Bank Building PHONE 3-7796 • %  RICCIOS ITALIAN & AMERICAN RESTAURANT "The Finest Italian Cuisine in America" -•" B tiful Ann vi Phor T-6937 I %  BERNIESAFFER Worry .. About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs. Engagements, Laws Parties, Cocktail Parties, Children Parties, Meetings, Buffets. A Complete Catering Service PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS JACK & JILL 2J N.W. ?tSt. Off M'jml Ait. 3. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH -: %  endow i .. %  :he Vaac: :' '-he GMVH '.CJ by :-.Vaac as kosher: ^\.' 5HLY KILLED ehiefcwu with tt ring of the r^' the liT. poultry market; Notl tJ* %  iV*? = b6CaUSe lhey ma te v Zman -' se-ved %  • ,!„T: : !u by s,aterr enIS •* as ••traditional meals served uncer the impression that trey are kosher; VaaH 5! a -? S "*'? ,ch 3re J 10 "' endorsed ^7 the Greaier Miami vaae_a ; e not allowed to use the ring of the GMVH ; T .. gBjJtJ WMMW R SEB i jc„ph H SOOT s s '= S. LOBEL. Tr„. i Aged: Miami Beach Women's Dioi American Jewish Con\l. David Dvoskin, Dade National H Kauf%  %  • %  %  Childrei ': Han G B'rit v.%  • N %  '•'•' NaWomei • • | I %  B'nai B'rith. will be Mayors Harold W II an W Ifarth and W. K' ith Phillips. Prizes will inclu lay all-expense t.;p I i IUI U -y t Farr T IUI s; weekend for two at the Del.. lUrtesy of the hotel: and a sweater, courtesy of Mickey's, 4117 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach. Ev ry entrant will be presented a ige by Pansy Flaum. Mi s. Milton Weinkle is chairman of the event. Assisting her Mrs. Joseph Oritt. co-chair:: Mrs. Sam Nudelman. Mrs. Arthur Frishman and Mrs. Morris Golden. SS&OSOBEBi,Laying the groundwork for the "Tops in Our Town" b to be held Tuesday, October 10. at the Delano Hotel, unde auspices of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Worn (1. to r.) the Mesdames B. Libow, H. Popkin, J. Oritt, Ida o"."' president who conceived of the program. M. Weinkle H r"' and H. Kaufman. '"" W INSURED Open or add to your account at Chase Federal Savings on or before October !0 and receive liberal dividends from October I. Your savings account at Chase is row Insured to $I0,0( 3. Two savers with individual accounts and a joint account together now have combined Insurance to $30,GC0. Save Now ... the Provable Chase Way! Ckse Federal S MAIN OFFICE 1109 Lincoln Road ft: 58-7411 (mugs NORTH BEACH OFFICE 7435 Collins Iwfcj h: 86-7331



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pmAY. OCTOBER 6. 1950 vjewistncrkliari PAGE SEVEN B'nai B'rith Roll Call Membership Drive Get Underway Sunday, October 15 iai B'rith is going to call the II r.f every Jewish adult in Serica /ask every one to Swords. Frank Gold„,. 1 „f L'.well. Mass., president S B'nai B'rith, largest and oldest service organization in America, set the keynote lor B nai ; B m Uh's national Roll-Call cam-! ';:„ which will be a "Census ] vice" In every Jewish community. iVng the slogan "Every Jew a I bei Too!" the campaign will October 13-the 107th anm ;,,sary of the founding of B'nai B'rith—and continue for 53 davs in virtually every city in tte country. On October 15, there will be a manpower mobilization nsus takers, and a nationwide radio broadcast dramatizing the significance of B'nai B'rith on the American and Jewish ler the local direction of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, nine lodges including Ft. I rdale and Hollywood lodge will sponsor kick-off events on Sunday morning. October lf>. to [ly launch the fifty-three ibership drive. Bernard state membership n and George J. Talianoff, Florida chairman, will dicampaign in the Grelter rea. -i at ions in the Greater i will cai ry sp it annts concerning the 107 • rvice rendered by B'nai :.l urging all Jewish ivei the age of 21 to enli inal roll-call. A B'nai I round-table discu n C, R, Jacobson, ex< uI ir of the B'nai B*i ith i ,1. will be presented and an ,,l program describing services of B'nai B'rith will • carried forward during laign. A ta of 1,000 new members has been set in Florida according to Frank Kleinfeld, president of Florida B'nai B'rith lodges. A bronze plaque will be awarded by the B'nai B'rith Council to the lodge showing the greatest proportionate increase in membership at the close of the current drive on December :i and individual prizes will be awarded by the District Grand Lodge to lop membership workers. For information regarding B'nai B'rith. men and women are requested to call the B'nai B'rith Council offices at 82-5685. I III Chief To S|M'ak To Beach B'nai BVith Edmund D. Mason, newly appointed head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation here, will be guest speaker at the luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday, October 10, at 12:15 p.m. at the Mei Yin Restaurant, Collins Ave. at Lincoln Road. Mason was formerly agent in charge of the bureau's Savannah. Ga., office and succeeded Crawford H. Carson, veteran G-man who has taken over the Baltimore office, A native of Washington, D. C. where lie attended the Naval Academy at Annapolis, he joined the FBI in 1940. The new chief believes that the bureau will have increasing work in security checks as the war crisis mounts. "Our job is to disrupt the plans of subversive groups before any national emergency arises." hi' said, "'and that's what we're going to do." Hadassah Unit To Meet First meeting of the 1950-51 season will lie held by the Henrietta Szbld Group of Han on Monday. October 9, at 1:30 p.m. at the religious school auditorium of the Miami Beach J> Center, Isabelle Altholz. president. wiio attended the recent nai ni convention of Hadassah at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, will give a report, and a :im.-.cai program will follow. Celebration Slated Pioneer Women Cl^ib No. Two will hold a meeting and silver jubilee anniversary celebration on Monday, October 9, at 8:15 p.m. at Kneseth Israel, according to Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president. Pictured at installation of officers of the Hatikvah Semi-Teens of Young Judaea are (1. to r.) Jean Nevel, leader; Dolores Chernoff, vice president; Jeanie Goldstein, corresponding secretary; Frances Frome. recording secretary; Roberta Lehman, treasurer; Roberta Koerr.er. president. The ceremony, wheh was held last Sunday at the Miami Jewish Community Center, consisted of an original skit written by Roberta Koerner and Frances Frome. Luncheon Group To Hear Ex-Immigration Chief David W. Walters, former chief examiner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service for the Southeastern United States, will be the guest speaker at the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, luncheon on Tuesday, October 10. at 12:15 p.m., at the Miamian Restaurant, Subject oi %  %  address will be •'Behind the Sec nes in the Immigration Division." REV. SAMUEL RAVITZ SHOCHET Will be on the premises at GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St., Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY From 8 A.M. to 12 Noon To Provide KOSHER KILLED POULTRY FOR THE JEWISH COMMUNITY SEASON'S GREETINGS Llvesay Co., Window Inc. GRADE "A" PRODUCTS MI<&* SERVING GREATER MIAMI PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2503 Kosher Killed Chickens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. 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fHDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1950 Personally Speaking Mrs. Fannie Simerick, her daughter. Mr3. Leah Greenwald L n d granddaughter, Libby. are moving back to New Orleans' fa. The family has lived here at 1576 S.W. 2nd St. for the past [2 years. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Yale Friedlander oi Montgomery Ala an lounce the birth of a daughter. Gail Ruth, on September 26 ^s. Friedlander is the former Julie Rubin, who lived here orior her marriage. F Mrs. Natalie L. Gray, of the staff of the Miami Beach YM <& VHA, and daughter, Carolyn, are now settled in their new esidence at 1345 West Ave. Carolyn is enrolled as a student the first grade at the Hebrew Academy Miss Ruth Brotman is expected to return to Miami Beach bctober 10 after spending the summer in Montreal Samuel April, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, left thursday for New York, where he will begin his studies at the labbi Itzchok Elchanon Seminary Theodore Greenberg, Montclair. N. I., is visiting his mother. fa. Ethel Greenberg. and sister. Mrs. Ella Simon, in West :1m Beach. + West Palm Beachi.e, Dr. J oseph Feldman, is spending everal months in Israel. r y Vacationing in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey be Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold of Lake Worth Leonard Spiegel is in Jackson Memorial Hospital, where le underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs Jerome Weinkle announce the birth of a son. ouis A an on Thursday September 28. at the Jackson Memoria lospi.al. The bns will be held Friday at the Weinkle home kth Sam Schwartz, the baby's maternal grandfather, servina r^ £ P J, r n S WU1 be Mrs Bernard K,ine Columbia n n ,f, S S ,' Ster and Mose Weinkle. Mr. Weinkle's acle. Dr. Barney Weinkle and Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. After a year in New York, where she served as research Bsistant to Dr. Gevrt Berclander at New York University Dental allege. Miss Edith Cohen has returned .0 her home at 629 S^w! Vacationing at Chimney Rock, N. C, are Mr. and Mrs. Batthew Handler. A card from the Bandlers reveals that they ke huddling around a fire in the daytime and snoozing under Iree blankets at night." y +Jelsl> IhiHi u PAGE NINE Hadassah Group To Seat Leaders Mrs Morris Alpert will be installed as president of the Hanaa Senesch Group of Hadassah on .Monday. October 9, at 12 noon at the Shelborne Hotel. Mrs. Max Weitz is chairman of the event. Assisting her are the Mesdames Nina Amsterdam. Jack / hiurL • \ ha ? py event for the George D. Sax family last %  r.nti y ,g u When more lhan 500 Persons attended dinner and fcturria" ln ? 0T f Eddy Sax whose Bar Mitzvah took place L to r M m c mn9 at Tem P ,e B eh Sholom. In the picture are r.i Mr. Sax, Chicago banker and Saxony Hotel owner, Eddy, Ihic'!,'= Georgie and Sammy. In the foreground is the cake, was presented to the National Children's Cardiac Home. % tirdme's Store hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone: 3-1141 HAMl HEADQUARTERS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL FASHIONS from Kindergarten to College • MIAMI BEACH • FT. LAUDERDALE WEST PALM BEACH Mrs. Morris Alpert Swerdlin. Pansy Flaum, Harold Kelman. Samuel Kelemer. Dorothy Shabat, Hyman Kaplan. Fred Freed. Sol Cohen. Milton Nussbaum. Charles S. Jamison. Benjamin S. Wolff. Maurice Klein, Maurice Bennett and Alpert. Aim1 to be Installed al the rites are the following officer* and board mem. bers: Mm. Joseph Mam (fundralsing chairman, Mrs. Abe Oreenberg (Intetrratlon chairman), Mm. Israel Teltsch (membership chairman), vice presldents; Mrs. Benjamin Kohl, treasurer: f*r. < hi BusheU. I cial tary: Mrs. Felix Haliband, recording secretary; Mm. Amsterdam and Mm. Bennett, corresponding secretaries: ,.-',?,. Isi ''".' %  •"" %  s ,i: 1 secretary; Mm. mnium I-.MI.I-. movie projector and auditor; Mrs. Saul 11. Leslie, Friday review ami chapter board representative: Mm. Charles Dettleman, youth services; Mrs. Peggj Kaplan and Mrs. 1.. Wlen, youth Allyah; Mrs Herman Phillips ami Mrs. Julius Kellgtman •hai cards; Mrs. Freda Newman ladasaah supplies; Mrs. Ralph Bpero JNItrees; Mis Charles Jamhon, JNF I blue IKIX.-S; Miss Ethel Minis-..-!-, Mrs. B. Millar and Mrs Kelemer, youth I commission; Mrs. William Masur and Mrs Kaplan, decorations; Mm, David Ki.ll.-i-. artist: Mrs. Weitz and Mrs irwin Welnatein, nrojrram and education: Mr*! .lack Swerdlin, Mrs. n. I! Wolff and Mrs Abe Robinson, publicity; Mrs. Ruth Pearlman, souvenirs. others Isclude Mrs. Klein and Mrs. Oertrude l^ichs hull, tin editors: Mm Muriel lliis.h Pick and Mrs Teltsch American affairs: Mrs. Alexander Richardson. tourist; Mrs Fred Abrams, Mm. Herbert Abrams and < .Mrs. Freed, prices; Mrs. Julius Rosenstain and Mis Flaum, hospitality; Mrs. William Apfelbaum and Mrs. Kelemer, refreshments; Mrs A. Triester, historian; Mm, Moses Krlejjer and Mrs. Dorothy Fink, parliamentarians; Mn'. Kelman and Mrs. Shabat, telephone; Mm. Nussbaum and Sirs, Maao, mlnyanlm; Mm. AdoJph ainsberg, collections; Mrs. l.ouiHelman, reward book; Mrs. Herman Llebllng, Hadassah Melcal 1 irganlsatlon. Malcolm Rosens Married At Riverside Plaza in New York, Now Residing In Coral Gables Ll ^'1f in ,9, ral Gables after a wedding stay in New York art Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Rosen, whose wedding took place September 10 at the Riverside Plaza Hotel, New York City. Rabbi M J Rubin officiated at the double-ring service assisted by Cantor Arthur Rosenwasser and a soloist. The bride is the former Harriet Slomowitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Slomowitz, 1011 Cortez St., Coral Gables, and Ossining. N. Y. The bridegroom is the son of Samuel Rosen, 610 Michigan Ave., and the late Mrs. Rosen. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white satin gown with a Chantilly lace bodice and sleeves, an illusion yoke with a low bertha collar and a train. Her fingertip veil fell from a lace crown and she carried a white bible with white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Brenda Hoch of the Bronx served as her cousin's maid of honor. She wore a nile green satin gown with a matching headpiece and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. The Misses Harriet Kriegsman and Arlene Alterman >f Ossining and Eleanor Rosenthal of the Bronx were bridesmaids. Their gowns were of emerald green faille taffeta. Thej carried old-fashioned bouquets. Helen Baer, niece of '.he bridegroom, was flower girl. She wore a pink net gown with a matching bonnet and carried a net parasol filled with rose petals. Miss Phyllis Gutman of Ossining kept the guest book. Serving as best man was Milton Rosen, the bridegroom's brother, and ushers were Irving and Robert Slomowitz. t li e bride's brothers, and Milton Hantman, the bridegroom'r cousin. The bride's mother wore a toast colored embroidered net gown with gold accessories and a corsage of yellow orchids. A reception preceded the ceremony and dinner and dancinc followed. Mrs. Rosen is a graduate of Ossining High School and attended the University of Miami where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Her husband, an alumnus of Weequahic High School Newark, N. J., attended Rutgers University and is associated with the Blue Ribbon Laundry in Miami. Mr. mid Mrs. Malcolm M. Rosen lladassnll 1 nil Holds Party The Business and Professional Women's Group of Hadassah. Miami Beach, held a membership affair last Wednesday evening at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Dorothy Parker, membership chairman, presided and introduced speakers. Mrs. Fred Jonas, overall membership chairman of Greater Miami, spoke briefly, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Raffel told of their recent trip to the State of Israel and showed movies of places visited. Miss Lillian Goodman gave a short resume on the Israeli Fashion Show held at the recent national convention. Frances LeBon sang. Iladassah Group To Meet Monday Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah will hold its first membership meeting on Monday. October 9. at 1 p.m. at the Syrian-AmericanLebanon Club, 2626 S.W. 3rd Ave., opposite the new Beth David synagogue. Highlight of the program will be a talk by Prof. Edward Clark of the University of Miami, whose subject will be "The Life of Chaim Weizmann." Prof. Clark is well known for the book reviews he gives every Thursday morning at the Miami Women's Club. Also appearing on the program will be Jay Hess, who will play a piano solo, and Mrs. Edward Rubin, who will give a recitation. LEONARD TOBIN WANTED Safe — Letter Files Reasonable Coral Gables Jewish Center 320 Palermo Coral Gables, Fla. Phone 48-8073 RUTH BROTMAN Music Laureat Paris Scholarship Resumes Singing Classes* Musical Therapy For Information Call 58-0756 After High Holy Day* May We Suggest %Vtfner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 Vice President of Tobin & Baker Insurance Agency, Miami Beach. says: "I find it necessary to make numerous trips to various representative insurance companies throughout the country. In so doing I always leave my travel arrangements in the hands of FARR, whose service never lets me down." FA1IR TICKETS TOURS CRUISES WEST IM> SCHOOL ANNOUNCES NEW FALL SEMESTER Nursery thru 8th Grade for Resident and Day Students 1438 Lincoln Road Phone 5-5116 REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED



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PAGE TEN Jen ittfhrid/for FRIDAY, OCTO BER j • %  Religious Directory... %  4 p m. t' i. %  >i Bunda: North Shore Jewish Centei (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive. Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried. • i. • %  I %  i u..-. 'Bin Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrino. • pal %  • on %  %  Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. .— %  •* N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. ..-•• %  lay morning at 9:00 Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Sieve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. %  1 s Congregation i oung Israel 'Orthodox). 4001 Chase Av.v Miami Beach. Temple isrtset 'Reform 1 137 N.E. ISth St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. A %  %  nlrf R%  H .' • %  Northsiae Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. ,-.,... |, .%  %  :, % %  I Kriel North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixio Highway. North Miami. at 8:15 %  I Temple lietn snoiom iLiberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Canto: Samuel Kelemer. Friday < %  %  Jewish Commur/.tj Center (Conservative), 2023 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: : T'Ferem israel Congregation oi Miami (Orthodox'. 4316 N.W. 7tb Avenue. %  Ali real Congregation Kneseih Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. Mil %  %  %  Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24lh Terr. Rabbi A. Ben Elias. I it 1 -' %  West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. 'Conservative: Rarbi Ezra Lifshitz. Flagler-Grar.acla Jewish Center. 50 N.W. 51st Place. %  Congregation Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. %  Congregation beth Ttilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. i %  %  %  %  Thi ... %  • %  v. • ....... and Man • • i '•'•> rhurs. .. La %  ind i 'uwtoma, nd ii and Wednesday* bj ho, to I' %  ._ ., Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Mliw-fla %  %  Miami Hebrew Schoo. and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. Table .Service For Food To Israel \ Instituted By Beach Zoinisl llistri,.. A special service of cabling prompt deliveryhe ; cider] orders for food packages through. Food packages, which m., Service for Israel. Inc., has been ordered at th. : .-. "*> announced by Alex Van Straaten. Beach Zionist I lent "f the Miami Beach 235 Lincoln R ,n H £• %  t->; ....;,.. SID =\fl 1Q-,H .1 '."''"318 The rabbi will ,,f th.W • %  • lh< We. Hebrew lh e additional expense %  i""^"'v nd %  p.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St.. Miami Beach. T SO a in. nn'l %  .. • mornlns at a.m. on p.m there will i Children of the entire ; : ill be Hebren to l*"*" -..Ba II -. | M following. Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood, 1801 So. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. rabbi. R rd M. 1 ich. —In %  %  %  I •mum noaa, i-;, rB ,, f. I nist District. I$1030 to $19.50 and inclS.2S This procedure is expected to necessities sui U"*l make possible the delivery of food cheese, coffee, coc pack Israel eight to ten powder, sugai. soap and than air mall service All food packai kosher ael "14, is important to note, how.-. that this procedure will be offered only to donors who be.. that because of the existence ,,f an emergency or special conIn addition! | Miami Beach Z Ui£yM authorized to rden J electrical appli • shi to Israel. "This additional project ditions. it is necessary to incur ac jded to the program 0 f the \V\ the additional expense of 16%c branch oi the Zion si Organ,, I word for the cable in order tion 0 f America in resDonT ; to speed up deliveries," Seymour tne numerous requesB. Liebman, program chairman t h e Zionist office." rewsul Isaid. "The usual procedure of air : Liebman. mail orders insures adequately GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hav* you. roof repaired now; you will aav* on a naw roof later "Satlafactory Work by Exporlancad Men" 414 I W. 22nd Annu. PHONE 4 MM DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonaa B-5317 — 8.(777 61 N. E. itStrett AL MEIDENBERG, Own* Morgenstern Unveiling %  '.. Cemel : ; ; 8. 1949. i her 1 Ben Relaked to :id. LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION th'livatetufcn Products Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck. cantor. At M >' %  %  • %  • • • %  %  ,-.%  Hotc I: 1; %  Iti v. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. %  '• l-lay ., .1. 1.. g, n lv DI the Talmud. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven. ItAbhl I le Koven • ill %  %  1 • %  %  '' -.-i \ i.-. Fi 1 %  p.m Saturday when he I • iK %  •", iln! %  • -i ,.f the Week Hebrew FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddinos. Bar Mitivahs. Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty ot Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air Conditioned ns-:ii5Zia5-:w TEA! HEI:HS The Hebrew Teachers Acs'n. of Greater M ; ami requests all Hebrew Teachers seek ; ng pos ; tions in this area to contact our Placement Committee before making arrangements with any institution. Call 2-6039 or 87-6441 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Often to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN • Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping • Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budget Plan • Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue Office—5505 N.W. 3rd Street Phone 83-2163 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec Vice-Prident ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director %  K fl I fi II f,i fvi'vii rtvtteripkion wJewlslh floridi&n Commercial M'rinting Department 120 N-ESix,h Street. Miami Phones 9-6708 2 1 1 AT Call us for an estimate on all your printing needs Operated by ROBERTS PRINTING CORPORATION (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 7:00 P. M A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE LATEST RECORDINGS AVAILABLE CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC Listen to our eae!*l Feature at 1:15 P.M "BUILDERS OF ISRAEL" HAROLD SHAPIRO Bottled and Dist. by Southern Beverages 2055 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami, Phone 3-3121



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1950 New B'ncii B'rith Lodge Organized Ben Bloom lias been appomU-il president of the new Ige being organized in th I' ih-Miami Springs it has been an. c H. Jacobson, B'nai ncil director. irary officers include: Dr. Lester Gordon, secreWilliam Kneapler, urer. Dr. Gordon is membership chairman for the Hialeah ar( | :. i Dr. Nathan Friedman ill canvass Miami Springs for bers in the new lodgi • I irter members enrolled at >cond organizational meeting last week include Nathan Becker, Di. Nathan Friedman, Ben Bloom, Leo Gelvan, Harry Gordon, Dr. Lester Gordi n, William Kneapler, Isidore Koi nblum, Harold Lebow, Gilbert Levy, Phillip Lyons and John Strunin. I Next organization meeting of the group will be held on Sunday. October 8. at 10:30 a.m. at the I offices of Dr. Lester Gordon, 407 I Hialeah Drive. Persons interested I in becoming charter members are invited to attend the meeting. *Jewist rkridttan i Card Party Slated Women's Division 692 of the men's Circle will sponsor a %  Ht card patty Saturday evening, October 7, at the Labor 25 Washington Ave., Mi• %  < Bi ach. Spivack is chairman of %  ''' and reservations may be ma >3 > PAGE ELEVEN Lsiialoma 4roiip To >!<•'* Monday I Shaloma Group of Hadassah Iwill hold its first meeting on [Monday. October 9, at 1 p.m. at Ithe Sorrento Hotel, Mrs. Bernard %  Goldberg, president, has announced. The newly elected officers will %  be installed by Mrs. Milton Kirkin. A icport on the organizaItion's national convention, recentlly held in New York, will be %  given by .Mrs. Alexander Kogan. The New York Sun sold for the Irorld-record price of $40,000 in B837. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NMI: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai "i la encaged in business %  tltlona name >•( op v a tx-K.\ r.A :WAY INN, located at EM IC, 't.' 5 lvd "'' %  Lock", • BVarMa and Intends to >e said fictitious „;,„„. ,„ ..f the Clerk ..r the Circuit Da.le County, Florida. ROBERT U HAMILTON —Kuye & Moldan Norman uuier Giller To Design Housing Project Architect Norman M. Giller was recently selected to design the low-rental housing development tor the Miami Beach Housing Authority. The 50-unit project will consist of one. two and three bedroom apartments. Designed for economical construction, the units nevertheless stress maximum utility. This program will serve a twofold purpose. In addition to providing adequate housing for the low income family, it will also remove one of the bad slum areas of Miami Beach. Giller has been included in the 1950 edition of "Who's Who in the South and Southwest." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY niVEN thai lined, • K lge .,, r the rjctltlous m %  | BAR AND PACKAGE 1 • I Way, Mh n to resjlsi wild name 1 lit i :UI I ..I %  W.I'A KHMISTEIN owner %  INI) • li In ding 350 Lincoln Road Suile 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES fe %  i V maaff THE 3E5T IN KOSHER FOODS Miami Beach "Caterers of Distinction" For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Ou, consultants are prepared to visit you in your home ojjer advice and suggestions without obligation. Call 5-2655 or 86-5000 — Ask for Boris DOOM TO X>& through the use of •sfflr NYLON TENTS I nylon tent completely covets ihe entire infetted buijdlng in which a deadly gat it released. This new method cult your cot in l/a x, 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY ^LWOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN --^a Jwfcv TERMITES i PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST EXTERMINATING CO. Person Sought Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women ..-. .tag Isidore Shreckinger in behalf "i his nephew. David Beglaiter BOW living in Lodz. Poland. Anyone knowing the present whereabouts of Mr. Shreckinger is asked i" call the council office, 3-6554. BBGUiriitrwiir % %  old Interfaith '• %  < 'Ur.imOH.ll An interfaith program will be sponsored by the Hillel Chapter S" a i. Br "t h Girls on Wednesday. October 11, at 8 p.m. at the Coral uables Jewish Center. Participants in a panel discus| sion on the subject of tolerance and understanding will be the wTi, S a !" H a of the Wesley Methodist Church; the Rev Ediw, Gr ^ am ot the Mt Zi n B ^ ptlst Church; Rabbi Morris 1 Skop of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The film. "Of Human Rights." wilt be shown through the auspices of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League. Ihe program is under the direction of Barbara Levy. Assisting her are Miriam Sekerewitz and Renee Ellis. President Irma Plotkin will preside. Youth groups of all faiths have been invited to attend the meeting which is open to the public Isaiah Women To Meet Honda v Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah will rV K .1 m V meetin a* the Shore Club Hotel on Monday, October •-. at 1 p.m. i Speaker of the day will be Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, prominent attorney who recently returned trom her thud visit to Israel. Social events of the year will be outlined by M s. I! Gutman. ways and means chairman. Mrs. M. J. Jacobi, membership chairman, will announce plans for .. membership tea. HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM r&B REST. CONVAIF.SCFHCI AND CWKMK CJJU -•i-i ro IM.. %  MP tat w. 3o r _" COUKT 5*—MIAMl^_El_ORlDA_ TUB'] 1.^I8EI1 ;.\' -ON THE TRAIT" 2235 S. W. 8th STREET N PHoS-aiSS FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner ^ E L F R LUNCHE0N S


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PAGE TWELVE +Jeist rkj-kfiar FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1950 • • Aged Home Opens Drive For $250,000 carr.'250.000 for the ;: night by Xudj I B. Si lent %  11 %  %  n plete Douglas i %  The S2S nst t an ii :' I t 150 NE %  ~ te in tms E ... • ;• -;. .'..-.%  %  %  • %  • • %  ... -• Balkin To Lead Seminar .... :%  %  '-' %  H %  i : the Filth I %  %  1 ••• %  i 3 • %  — -HELEN HAYES Will STAR IN •T-DAY BROADCAST Obituaries ABE GROSS v. Itl -• M %  : V L Si MRS HELEN FISHER %  N %  %  ed the N Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 404 S.W. 8th Avenue Phone 9-2477 He'.er. Hayes. "First Lady of the American Theater,will be starred in a Uni!ed Jewish Ap peal broadcast to be heard over the network of the American Broadcasting Company from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. (EST. on Sunday. October 8. Entitled "Formula lor Life." the program will be broadcast in connection with National "C-Day |"C" for Cash—Cash for Life). Eddie Cantor is chairman of this special cash coHection effort, which is being conducted in communities throughout t h e country. The UJA provides assistance to "deadline" immigrants going to Israel, and to other homeless and impoverished Jews through its three agencies: the United Palestine Appeal, the Joint Distribution Committee. and the United Serrice for New Americans. The program will be hiard locally over station WQAM. Iladassah I nit Will Hold Tea apter of Had t s fall tea te be held at l tables v.' men's Club r 9, at 2 p m with •.; '.• v siding sent a report on t %  •' H nan Thi •'• l iin----Mrs Leslie B ik : %  I rsdepictious Hada --• %  • in charge Mrs Emanuel : ic Ste:n Stevens. coMrs W .. n Schifl Mrs ': % % %  % % % %  G '"Harry Engle. :. ns VRS. ROSE HAIFETZ %  %  %  • %  VRS. CLARA SCHON-L" %  >-^ f •_ %  VRS FANNIB DAVIDOW %  • i : W I ^^^^^ MAX GOLDBERG %  • % %  %  .'. v -. ._> mi 1 %  %  I Rl I %  %  HARRV DAVlDOFF -.. .... ... ifj RALP" S NGER • % %  T : N ;* %  ,1 %  %  • %  -• %  • • %  .... IS • %  • Ml N•' &f MUTTOW To Narrate ADL Radio Program Edward R. Murrow. noted news commentator, is the narrator in •The Case of .Mice Pardee. fourth program in the new radio series the New Frontier to be heard on station WIOD at 10:4D a.m. Sunday. October 8. -The Case of Alice Pardee" is a 'adio documentary on discrimination in employment. The story details the unwarranted heartbreak that befalls some Americans in their search for jobs and of a new law that is designed to : ome prejudice. The program was produced by t ht for Democratic Education in cooperation with the New York State Commission against Discrimination and is being presented in Greater Miami ,by the Florida regional offiej Anti-Defamation League A B-n a i i B'rith. The Civil War developed an ip people, petite for news among th( RIDLNG CLOTHES ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT TURNER'S SPORT SHOP 40 S. E. First Street Phone 2-6937 Miami 32, Florida TEAM OUTFITTERS SPORTSWEAR S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washinqton Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Si*. Hebrew Religious SuppBee For Synafloguea and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 Beth David Women To Hold Membership Tea SisV hood will a membt '-ea on v.' lnesday, October 18. a: 1:30 f r.agugue. Rabbi M : %  : Shapii will be --•-'-: : '• %  %  rship chairman. skit I '•' %  %  will participate-. See 0Pi-.ne M NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 9ff Biscay-* Biag 19 W. Flagler St. LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH V Z MEALS Fine Foods—Spacious Pati;s—Free Service to Beach Rooms with Dcub'.e Exposure—Reasonable 827 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Coral Gables Jewish Center Liberal Congregation is desirious of engaging the services of a Cantor for Friday evening and Saturday morning services. 32C Pclenr.o Ave.. Corel Gables Phone 48-3C73 (apt. JoVs Fish Marts When %  ill want the highest qualitv fresh fish obtainable. CALL ON US White Fish Pike Corp Ground Free 1985 S. W. 8th St.—"ON THE TRAIL" 425 W. Flagler—"AT THE BRIDGE" WE DELIVER PH. 3-6333 THE NOODLES WITH THE HOME-MADE FLAVOR! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN Pure EGG NOODLES Simply delicious! Serve with soup cheese as a side-dish. Fit in delightfully with meat or dairy menus — a wholesome, tempting treat any and every way! The taste tells you they're good! The name tells you they're Kosher 1 Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. 1>C. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Mi ami 37. Fla P^one GREETINGS J. E. SHAW GENERAL CONTRACTING 348 Minorca Avenue Phone 48-8867 Back to Normal After a Successful and Enjoyable Holiday Season And Ready to Serve You With the Finest of Meats and Poultry Mr. H. Zaidman Suits Don't Forget Shop With Confident* Whore the Customer I* Always Ilifl'* 1 at the Dade Kosher Market 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephon e 3-143" LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM AM. TO 11:30 AM. MON, WED. AND FRi. FROM J P.M. TO 1J0 P.M. Free Delivery Throughout Greater Miami Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrutn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director Listen to WINZ on Sundays from Noon U t: an Tuesdays -7 P.M.



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1950 *Jenist fkridHan North Shore Women Plan Style Show A membership rally and fashion show have been scheduled by the North Shore B'nai B'rith Women f,r Wednesday, October 11, at 8 p_ m at the Monte Carlo Hotel, ling to Mrs. Bernard Hoffpresident. .light of the affair will be an address by Mrs. Harry Kaufman, vice president of District Five B'nai B'rith Women, on "The lights of B'nai B'rith." V selections will be offered !,. Mrs. Harold Russe, accom| by Charles Sameth. and North Shore Women's Choral Group, composed of the Mesdames Q e Levenson. Herbert Cohen, •,: Silverstein, Lewis HuntingI n, % %  %  njamln Tanner. Melvin \ n. Lawrence Medoff and : layman. Tcllegan will serve as com• Ft 45 Lb. T..I wow 5 Snt fjfai Miami, Fla. Stninl.M LEADER WIBE. 25 4 %  C Fl. NM. It. .ach. B.g. m */ 250 Yd. BEEL HOOTT Duty' tM* Bog. 110 .__*^ 4 PLUIGEH FISH HOOKS £A' Sim 1 lo —100. Bag. SS.S0 3V PLY-FLEX GLASS ROD l A •. 9.9i ... _^_ !" ^._ *V LABGE ALUMINUM 1950 TACKLE BOX. H.g. J7.SS 9 LEAD smXERS 1-os. to 1... S4 29 %  U. 1 lb. 28c .._ I lb*. A GALVANIZED MINNOW t SO BUCKETS. R.g. $3.SO FOLDING CRAB TRAPS B*fl. 11.50 .ach No. 1 BRASS SWIVELS Rog. Se ach 1000 PLUGS Bog. 11.25 %  11.40 GAS LAMPS. 2 BURNERS Reg. 514.00 tji6 GAS LAMPS. Sing]. Bu-n-i R.g. 111.95 H.avy golvanta.d large m*tpJ 5950 FISHINJ EOX. Rog. 55.95 W KAPOK LIFE PRESERVER. Cuh:on ii 1S"<15"X2". U.S. Coa.1 lyo Oua;d Appio-.d. Ho g 53.55 6G0xl6 TIRES POPULAR NAME -|-f 22 LARGER SIZES SLIGHTLY HIGHER 11 PLUS TAI COMPLETE LINE REVERE WARE IF |SU BOI'T BUT MOM T0WIH T0U PAT RI5RIT TWIII 41 MUCH. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and dean of the faculty 1 of the University of Miami, will share the platform with Bert i Friedman, a former United Na! tions secretariat worker, at ;i special United Nations' Week observance, sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. The meeting, featuring a discussion of the subject, "The United Nations. Its Structure and Interpretation," will be held on Tuesday, October 10. at 8:15 p.m at the Beth El Congregation. Friedman will tell of some of the unusual human interest stories which take place behind the scenes in the United Nations. A former fighter pilot with the 9th Air Force, he served with the Lnited Nations Secretariat, where he prepared official proceedings of the United Nations General Assembly, the Security Council and Trygvie Lie's press conference. Dr Williams received his bachelor of arts degree at Harvard and a second bachelor of arts degree at Cambridge. EngJ'J He obtaine d his master's and doctor's degree in history at Harvard. Dr. Williams was appointed dean of the Liberal Arts school at the University of Miami in 1946 and became vice president and dean of the faculty in 1948. Dr. Williams has served as moderator of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews since 1941 and he is a director of the Haven School at Kendall and a member of the board oi the United Nations Association in Miami. The program is under the direction of Sanford M. Swerdlin, chairman of the South Florida Americanism and civic affairs committee of B'nai B'rith. Mrs. Horn's Oakery 1171 S. W. 8th Street Re-Opaning With the finest line oi Pastry. Bread & Rolls Wedding & Birthday Cakes to Order Open All Day Sunday Call 3-1653 Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. i 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 Free For the asking A Beautiful Jewish CALENDAR For the New Year Exquisitely illustrated Complete information on all Jewish holidays and Friday candlelighting time • Phone 9-1436 or drop us a card. We will gladly mail one to you. Gordon Funeral Home "Serving Greater Miami Jewry for Over 25 Years" 710 S. W. 12th Avenue 3-3431 9-1436



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I %  PAGE FOURTEEN vJeHisti Flcr/idfjanFRIDAY, OCTOBRR c 1950 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE riRR DADE STY — IN CHANCERY, No. • \ :. Plaintiff, vi SUIT > %  "' 'R D1V' iRCE JOHN MACHALEK ... %  '%  > ... Ltlfied thai a Bill %  | Divoro ha I filed you, and >"U an re, opy ,,f your Am • • ... | ||ng tu the Bill of Complaint Attoi nej B, PALL" >T, SILVER, TATHAM .•. WAYNE. 1214 ... Miami Floi Ida, and I Pleading ,. • f the 'lerk of the i t Court on or befoi e the 3rd %  \ • ou fall to • will be ou f<>r thi rellel de. ; d once live Weeku [•ONE ANI • i '".1 >ERED at M 1 A.D i: 15 NEATHERM vN, CJ. I R WILSON, • I T ".'HAM .v I %  LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN i %  %  Y. %  %  N I Anon i CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE < •!TO^^TO WHOM THESE PRE8ENTS SHALL COME. OREBTIN08: This is to certify that, whereas, Marx Faber, Miami. Florida Estelle Klmball, Miami. Florida ,..-.rtuken, .Miami. Florida did on the first day Of March. A.D. l!-4!" cause tu be ncorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096. Lawa of Florida. Acts of IMS, D *: D Al To TRIMMERS SUPPLY. INC.. poratlon. with itprincipal place of M at Mlam Dad* ><-"" t >' In the state of F-i Is and the proper officers of well did -n the hid daj A.D. io be filed In the ofl •• •• the Sei retary of Stati I %  State ..; Florida, a duls authenticated res luti.m 'y' 11 !" .. Laws of Florl la, A Showing t '' .'""" | .... .-. -its of bei ... IN B '"' Stati ber, A.D IS S KAI -' R A GRAY, :^^ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT %  '< i R' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OK FURIDA, IN AND F" >R %  '( 'I 'N ,'Y — IN i 'HA SCERY, Si : : f JCI'ITII f!R< 'VER, l vs. HERBERT liRi 'VER. I" '• ndant. SUIT F" iR 1 'IVi 'ROE Tl I HERBERT GRi >VER '.•il Ji rome Avenue Bronx, New York So are hi rebj notified thai %  Bill of 'omplalnt for 1 1 vorce hai against you, and you to serve a I inswet : Pleading t" the Bill uf Compla nl un the Plaintiff's Attorneys, I'ALLOT. SILVER. TATHAM & WAYNE. 12H Bld Mia il, Fl rile thi Anawi r oi I'll In the i Mi < the C!< i of the Circuit Court o befori the. 1st da) f November, 1850. If you f%  11 to il" .... j idgn • nt b> default will !•• ii< [ demanded i:i the Bill of Complaint. -!; li bi published once e weeks ji ... ; DONE AND ORDERED at > ; %  %  %  A.D %  LEATHERMAN. C III Court. 1 I IV I Si Bj \VM. W. STOCKING, r.\l.I.| >T, SILVER, TATH VM .v WAYNE I %  .'-• %  • : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW -% NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirlna to enitatte In business under the fictitious name of Pittsburgh Mover, at MlIN. %  ^ Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of P•;;: ,"';; County. Florida. Intend i,''"" 1 said name with the iv rk "!,'*' Circuit Court of Dade Countv vi ,h ARNOLD SKLT/i.-;." 11 JACK PINKEL6TB}, Owners 10/6-13-20-L>7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW US NOTICE IS IIERERV GIVEN fttho undersigned, desiring t., !" „ 7 business under the fi.tiii..,. „ .'„ : !" Lynns al B7 N. E. i-t street iSJES ? register said name witl ••. H2J2 th..^ .Circuit Court of Dad. C HAROLD MELTZER WALTER FELTMAN 'w ners MYERS. HERMAN A KAPLAN Attornevs for appll 10/6-13-20-27 LIFE-TUBES j here! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .'thai %  • It.NAL %  I HA'IE GUIDE .oltlDA H AND I. I'l.i sIB.II 'A li 'RANT A.N ,ND liEVER:. WINE AND IN A L %  I Ini i i STATES :AL, INC NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW BY GIVEN tltiou I % % %  .-. %  :.:. %  Ave. C reglsti Clerk of the • %  in f Dade 'ounty, I • .1 :.wi T. REICH Sole Ow II % %  % %  : %  iLD T VNNEN for appl l lldg. n • -i 1-2 --•: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai thi to engage in > %  the fictitious I Florida t 2398 S W -• • v tend to n glBter .; • ihi Clerk ol i t Court 'ounty. 1 ALEX d BEN GRi iSSMAN B • ORDER 0=PUBLICATION IN THE '• %  H'RT OF THE IT IN AND TV FI/iRIDA IN f'HAN i HN SW'OCHAK. I' %  % %  il.lk De%  • %  %  I %  E I! LEATHERMAN, Ircult I (C R II RICE. JR., Deputy %  GEi IRGE .1 TALIANOFF Attorne: foi Pis Intlff 4:'' Lin 'oln R. Mi.,' Florida • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITICK IS II ilVEN thai the un • : ngage In i.-i. Roy's %  s \\ Street, Intel I no me with the del Cl lit i I iade Cou K irlda w HEELER 1.. HAMIL. Sol, Ov ELI BREGER Attornej for applicant .'.-. Lincoln Road 1" 6-13-20-27 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN "i 'I'NTY .11"! SB'S • %  < il'RT. DADE C< H'XTV, FLORIDA.—No 23 RE: ESTATE I IF El HTH VV1LLETT SURKEIN. 1 '• i.— .1. N< •'! -i have filed mj rm l i • %  petition for Iinal Dlsoh ... Vdmlnls(' T A ol thi estate of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN, .1 as, thai on thi 7th day of Novi the Hoi v\' 1" BLANTi IN. Count) Ju I iade Count> .1. 11 disti \ • Estate ol w ". %  RKKIN, di ceasi d. %  il l.i ii %  • IRK .1 SAK< iU /• • BLOCK BLOWOUTS at their source • NEARLY DOUBLE the strength of your tires Introductory Offer! • PROTECT your tires from ruptures and bruises • STRONG ENOUGH to support a car and passengers by itself 1. We buy your present tubes. 2. We give your tires FREE inspection. 3. Yourcreditisinvited-justsay,"Chargeit" and pay as yo J ride.Terms op to 6 months. UMITy) 4UPFLY—ACT TODAY-WHILE WE HAVE YOUR SIZE! ONLY $£ %  95 6 For Fully Guaranteed Factory Type Full Cap 6.00x16 Exchange. No Discounts. Boy, whata buy! NOTICt OF 'NTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN fOI'NTl DADE I %  BIN, SAKAIL, IIRAENSTEIN 130, will api W I HI.'%  Ippi ..\ .i! <,: for fin Ikn s Admli of (he EstWe ol SARAH BRA UNSTEIN. I ii eased This L'7I!I day of September, 19S0 MAURICE BRAUN8TEIN MAX I: SILVER Attorney for Administrator /2 10/6-13-2U A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami las,, Mludgvt Terms —Little AH $1.00 Per 1F* NORTON cK TWO STORES ^_^. MIAMI 500 W FLAGLER ST Ph 3-4639 : MIAMI BEACH1454 ALTON'ROAD Ph. 5-5115 Louis E. Pollot, President



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HDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1950 P I LEGAL NOTICE N0 TICE BV PUBLICATION •nil' CIKCl'IT COURT OP Till-: .... ,-\ I N'TH JUDICIAL ciRCI'IT Ev AND KOR DADB COUNTY, %  ^CKIDA, IN CHANCERY, No. !.! r BUTL.BR, Plaintiff, vs. ATHIUNE M. BUTLER, Defend'(•ATHRINE M. BUTLER Road Massachusetts ACQUIRED I" M-IV.a i it, to the mil of ,,n the plaintiff's attorneys, ill answer In the i k • %  the Circuit fore the 1st day of • i he above enl 'i I%  l ... i hi i w IM B l %  ci ee .... ill be entei .-ii against j 2Sth day of Bepti mber, %  n r-E CUCPM w. Clerk of the Circuit Court. i:j it' II. RICE, .lit.. Deputv Clerk. v i :T I : iti ... h, I lorlda Plaintiff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTK'E Is HEREBY GIVEN that • desiring to engage in imlii the fictitious name of ,. !.\ MANOR KOSHER RESTRANT i No, 2 Lincoln Road, intends in register said Clerk of the Circuit County, Florida. MM l.i >U CORPORATION I Lincoln Road UCK & SHAPIRO .iliplii'iint :. Road LEGAL NOTICE ^Jewisti f/trrfu. PAGE FIFTEEN • bXKT Ml I in Re: ESTATE OF c r A 5JSS. AAC F,f : '" ; !" < : To All Creditor l'_' Claims or demands which you, or „• %  ;!;: t ^ nuJ^ ATFRWD! County Judge of Dndo file the same in ;-i-i:' feg ara 0 d dr deman d '' claimant and to l„. .,. presented us aforesaid, he barred. See Section 120 Probate Act D.ii 'lalma and ith.r ,,f sand All Persons HavUemandi Against Said RLANTON, '" inty, and his office In the LEGAL NOTICE IN TlP !" ,!,T PUBLICATION %  I.V'uT J ,' I'l'IM. CIRCUIT corvTY DA ;V? AX ""OR DADE 1354,1 %  ~ IN CHANCERY, No. JO M '' %  .'''' % %  Kl-:v P'alnttff, fenda*,, AJ *A HICKEY. T. .• i-, Sl !'' '''"" DIVORCE -ni i %  Hlckey. %  '"i Ionising Stre. ''•'•'"al KM. T,. rou are hcreliy of Complaint for Hied against you in serve a Pl< tiling ti the plaintiff] vs. ILLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i Bill been INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .TICK I; HEREBY GIVEN that ed, desiring to engage In • i> : the fictitious name of |AK' i: N'l ROOP COATING CO. at N. u T-li Avenue, Miami, Plorto register said name : k o( the Circuit Court of iCounty, Ilorlda. MIRRAY PEARCE IX ESSEN, KS4J., MURRAY PEARCE INOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that :•. % %  %  %  I, d siring to engage In the fictitious name of %  111.v MANOR KOSHER CATER%  lit N'... .' Lincoln Road. Miami %  h, im. to register said name the Circuit Court of ". iila. MACLOU C( IRPI IRATK IN 1 I.inc..In Road UCK & VPIRO pplicaiil I demands as of the "" to ami or same will "i the 1933 Si ptemher 20, A.I. i'.-,n MAURICE PRIEDBERO As Executor of the Last Will and .;, %  ;';:;?!„;:' CHARLES SAAC wv -in % %  '-' Pleased. UAl.l hi: C. KOVNER %  ,, !V!'."V V r '"' executor, MAI RICE PRIEDBERO 9/22-29 10/6-13 OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS N*ME tAW I 1 HEREBY OIVEN that n. d, desiring to engage In the flct Itlous name of 1 0L.N %  A NOR RESTAURANT at n Road, Miami Beach, iister i-.i i: B. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk <-h';;;:;:: \:x:r •v.^iiu. By u M. w. BTOCKINQ, ARNOLD WATTS "•'"" J '''" k R628 N.U". 82nd Avenue -Miami. Florida, A '''"'""v f '"' Plaintiff !• L'2-l'ft In i;-i:! NOTICE is' HEREBY OIVEN thai 'he undersigned, desiring to entirige In !.': '.'••.7. '! 1 '"" 1 "" %  nctfiious or THE JEW EL HALES CO. al 12 Morth tor?ii A ^r nU e .V Mlaml "orlda. Intends to register said name with the Clerk Plorldn. '""' r """ "' "•" l Coun y. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Til I I'll JUDIAAL CIRCUIT IX \\ BEN ESsSWsir^ SHOP INC Attorney fur T S, E ,iKWEL SHOP, INC 29 I" 6-13-20 B % %  • i t: I.AI.K rfn-NTY, "FLI I'RIIJA!— A I I. A W No. 24349 SHORES REALTY, INC., R 1 corporation, Plaintiff, va CARNIVAL SWEET SHOPPES, INC.. a Florida ci.riK.ration, Defendant -Nntlie i> h. : i.l.v Uice.i th'l T I JIMMY Sl'LLlVAN-. She.itf otL'h ounty, Florida, by virtue of .. \\'i i oi Execution Issu. d out ol the Circuit Coui i ..I I lade County, Fli :'tn day ..I September, 1950, in the that c,,', ', '' V\ N l:S ''• COOKLISH. ;; % %  •;! Delivery. Boeough Hall %  %  %  k ]•' %  New-York, are hereby notU V 1 "'", Bl "< Complaint for 1 V" na ,il 1 against you • l "' 1 >'"' ; "" required to serve i pv I'^II' "T ,'. X "'-"' M '" Pleading to the '•''I of i omplalnl on th attorney, THB( .1 >< IRE J nlaintirr HAK< IWITZ, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that iiu...icrs, K „ed. desiring t„ engage In '.dvV^vv'; '..lo' "ctltlous name of POINI [ANA BAR at 71'.-. N. K. i„ t Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, WILLIAM P. WYNN ..^..., ... I!1N '•' PARKER STANLEY D. CA1DIN Attorney for William K. Wynn and Orln P. Parker %  J/-22-TJ 10/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name ->f Brooks Novelty Co. at 7138 Abbott Avenue, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 >ad,. i tounty, Florida. LEO I. BR £s Sole Owner 9/15-22-29 10/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY OIVEN that 'I. desiring to engage in the Hi tltious nan I Ive Tailors at 162S •. Miami Beach, In1*1 name with the circuit court oi Dade BEN KESSLER fOTlCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW J HEREBY OIVEN that tletfiring to engage in I tlous name of I'.i.". Alton Road. tO register said 'Clerk of the Circuit 1 %  ',•' I'unty, Florida 1 \, l v ,>'. S Ki v xsl -' v <^ „A-MI 1.1, ROCKUN. ... I irtners rz 1 Mi. ants NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Till-: COUNTY JUDUE'X COURT IN AND Fi>R HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24697. In Re: ESTATE OP ANTIK.NV SICO, l leceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified ami required to present any claims and demands which you, or either Of you, may have against the .'.-t.it.. of ANTHONY S'ICO, deceased, late of Miami. I >ade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. IBLANTON ,v, J.,9 TICE BY PUBLICATION •ii-T ', .' %  '.' U r lr COURT OP THE II I 11 .11 DICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND M>lt I.AUK COUNTY.—IN CHANCERY, No. I3S374 PEARL PRANCES SKINNER, Plaintiff, vs. DEPOE L. SKINNER, Defendant. TO: DEPOE L. SKINNER i o THE TI IMBS JAIL NEW YORK, N. V. YOU are hereby required to serve a copy of your answi i to the Bill of I Complaint for Dlvon n the Plaintiffs Attorney arid to file the original answer in the < MI f the Clerk of the i I., nit Courl on or before the 16th day nf i Ictober, A.l.. 1950; otherwise, the Pali of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be talon as confessed by you. DATED at .Miami, Florida, this II day ol September, A.D. 1950. !•:. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Cade i tounty, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: w'.\i. W, mseybold BjldlngTMIamirProridS: and ft... th.. original Answei or PleadKg ".'. th fi.e of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 26th day of October, I960. IT you fail to do so. Judgment by default will i„. taken Rf .K iJIS u f : ""' l '" li f demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Ft ,'.-,' K %  \ V RDERED at Miami. Horida, this 26th day of September; E. B. LEATHERMAN '•'e.vClrcult Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. c. PEIOE, THEODORE J. SAKLVvVrT^' ^ Attoi '!• %  >for Plaintiff, 922 S>l„,l.| p.uihiing, -Miami. Florida. 9/29 10/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage in business nnd.r the fictitious name of BISCAYNE BEACH ACTS, at 620, 630 840, 660 and 660 34th Stint. Miami i.e.-., h, Florida, intends to regiflti r Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit ourt of Dade County, Florida, MARSHALL APARTMENTS, INC By I!.-., oilier, President MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/15-22-29 ln/fi Name and Address of Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN i: LYONS 911 t Xympla Building Miami, Florida. :i 22-29 10 6-13 STl ICKINO, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, pursuant to the Fictitious Name statute. that the undersigned, desiring to engaged in business under the fictitious name of: EASTERN PRESS PHOTO BUREAU at 4"4 Kith Sti t, Miami Beach, Horida. intends to register said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAL KAYE DAVID L. MOLDAN Owners NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai !• rsign.ll. desiring t,, en gi business under the fictitious nan r BISCAYNE BEACH APTS, al 625, 635 645, SAO and 665 33rd Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to n name ith the Clerk of the i Court of Dad.County, Florldn, CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC By Bi n Oilier, Presldi nt MYERS, HEIMAN AKAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 9 13 22-29 1" •! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE [S HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, ii.si.ing to engage In business under the fictitious nan f I HE FROH.M VN MANUFACTURING CO, at 3333 N. W. No, River Drive, Miami, Florida, intend to register said nan..with the Clerk of the I i nil Court of Dade County, Florida PHYLLIS h I'.i IHMAN HARRY PR( IHMAN ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Phyllis Prohman and Harry Frohman I' 22-29 10 6-13 i 1 1 l 1 1 12 l l l l l l l 1 ap•d In IRVING CYPEN ounty Attorney for Applicants .imige of ps.de County, and file the" 120 Lincoln Road same in ids office in the County courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforeBald, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date September 15, A.D. 1950. Mils EVA M TAYLOR, As Administratrix of the Estate 6f ANTHONY SICO, Deceased. SIDNEY ROBBINS Attorney for Administratrix 9 22-29 10/6-13 Ml. 9/1 ml Beach, Florida -22-29 10/6 I:, nCE NAMI^ FICTITIOUS % Tti-i, NAME LAW HEREBY GrVEN that cleslj mg to engage in s.iing to engage in M \.-||iv,." ''.'"""US name of :Ks I N| -. TOOL K DIE 1;. |.\ • ft. W. 37th Avenue. ntend to ngister said of ii n ,. '• u f the Circuit PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3831 !• N. K. 2,-d T. MIAMI t. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Golden Gate Grocery at -Cai South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt of Dade Countv. Florida. SAMUEL HOLTZMAN Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for applicant 9, 8-15-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desirins; to engage in business under the fictitious name of si IM di PLAZA HOTEL at 2129 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Horida. HARRY Oi IL1 'HAGEN HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant :> '22-29 l" '6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE?* that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS at 17 N.K. 14th street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 1 lounty, Plot Ida, HENRY DONNER RICHARD 8TRICHARTZ Attorney for Henry Uonner 9/22-21 10/6-13 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 135191. LENA FLOWERDAY, Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY, I '.tend,lit. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T ( I: OE" IRI IE II PL. IWER1' \ V RESIDENCE UNKNl >WN N GEOROE II. FLOWERDAY, Resilience Unknown, are hereby notified that Ft Rill of Cm].I.lint for Divorce has been filed against •. you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the 11 II of Complaint on the plaintiff's \ttorney, IDIMI.H SHAPIRI I, 927 Lincoln Road, Minml Beach, Florida, and file tl rlglnal Answer or Pleading In th 'flee ..f th.Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of 1 .,t,.h,r, i960, if you fall to do BO, judgment bj default ill be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Plorldlnn. DONE AND ORDERED it Miami, Florida, this 6th dnj of September, A.D. 1950, E. 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal. By It. II RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SH VPIRO %  '2: Line,,In Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney tor Plaintiff 9/15-22-1"! 1" il NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN' AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 135283. ANN ELIZABETH FRAZEE, Plaintiff, '* DON \l.D LAVERNE FRAZEE, I .. -'end.1 lit'. You. DONALD LAV ERNE FRAZEE, 106 B, Darling street, Angi.i. 1. Indiana, are reQUlred ti serve a copy of your Answer t,, th,Bill of Complaint for Dlvor m plaintiff's attorney, Harold Shapiro, :• %  :: Lincoln Road, Miami Bi ai h, Florida, and file th In the office Of the Clerk of this Court on or before October i-. 1950, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against \. u. Tins Notice shall be pah' ahed on • each week for tour consecutive weeks In the Jewish Florldian. I'.it.d September II, 1950, H LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seali By R, II RICE, JR., „ ... Deputy Clerk. 9/1J-22-29 10/6 1 I lole li 1' m Bo.. 1 irand Gas 1 >v< n n Ith Hoo 1 Elecl r c Me 11 11 tinder i'i' Mop with mop sciueezer Bakers '1 iblc Lol Miscellaneous cooking utensils, pol s, pans, knh es, !' %  1 ks, etc approximately Mi pieces PI "ore nt lights. 8 bulbs extra Lot miscellaneous soft drinks Lot mlscellai a canned goods, small amount Lot miscellaneous babj supplies Lot miscellaneous flash light batteries Electric Juicer Lot miscellaneous compai ts Silverware stand 1 Electric Soup Kitchen -' Dlsplaj Tal.l.s 1 Lot miscellaneous sugars, salt & pepper 1 Lol mlscellai us .li.-li-. approxim itely 150 1 iei es Lol napkin holders: 1 lot straws; Lol misc. ash trays l>.i miscellaneous silverware, approximately 150 pli ces Lot mlscellai is glasses, approximately D pll 1 • B l.ot miscellaneous sundae dishes, approximately 30 1 Lot miscellaneous mustard dishes, approximately Hi 1 Lol mlscell ineous creamers, proxlmately 30 pieces 1 — :s burner coffee maker, electric 1 —2-burner Silex coffee maki r, electric Pair seal 1 Complete soda fountain with all attachments 1 Ice ci earn box, 'i noli a I < "oca 1 "i -in 1 ilspenser 1 Hack Bar, 3 |.li 1 w Ith Shi Ives i pi.i'i... with bottom cooler compartment Hi t Fudge Meyers Bullet Mixer Tonstmaster Waffle Iron Toast m:, ti roa XI 'tHl 1 < inking 1 uuntaln with 1 e Well Pieci %  ". 1 %  iglng Steam Table with Stoi k Pots 11, ;, Fryer o Reachln Cooler Sandwli h s — 1 -bui n,i 1 '.as 1 looker 1 -hole Kit. hen Sink 1 Sat irlll Baker 1 'omblnatlon All-Metal Back Par with II.. Kit, hen I Globe Me.it Sii, ,11 Klei t %  • I Ush isii, r compli te with Tray and Drains-metal I Table-tj pe 1 '.11 i Ipeni 1 1 Wall-type Pi ench I-1 > Sheer 2 1 'iia Ms %  lonal 1 'ash Registers 1 Hai h Show Case with 1 'Igarette I ';,se 7 Rolls Pins 10 Rasoi Si ta I I '..rd Stand Displays :: Hook Stand Displays Step Stool Lot miscellaneous cosmetli .-. huge assort men! Lot mis, ell 1 ,11s sundries Lending Library 1 I aSS ShOW I Uses, slide d,,l,l's Long Dlsplaj Table, approximately 30 feel l-.t miscellaneous toys, dolls, etc. Lot mlscellai us soaps with display stand Lol P.n. nted Medicines l..,t mlscellai a Dye Lot miscellaneous sl polish Lot mlscellai us wash cloths 1 •neons cni Back W ill 1 Hsplay stands Lol Toilet I'i • Card Dlsplaj Stiinil with Assorted 1 Z.nith Record Player Lot miscellaneous Re. Han is Toilet Articles. ii. dpans, it. Lol mis. 11.111. ..-is Hoi Water Pottl.S I Lot miscellaneous llnii 1 lye I l,ot mis,-, iinn, ,,i;s si.in.i Heat :th S 1 Medicine Bin with Slid.Drawers 1 Wall-type Display Stands used In nieili. -in • room 1 Watei Hose 1 10-foot st.p Ladder 5 Neon SI 2 Pedestal Fans -' Papet Holders with Wrapping >er 1 Pan Baby Sc 6 Leather, tie Unthg 18 Bar stools ith backs 2 Par Stools withOUl hacks 1 Service Bar, approximately .i'i feet long as the property of the said CARNIVAL SWEET SHOPPES, [NC a Florida corporation, being the same property upon which tie underslgni .1 has heretofore levied under the Distress Warrant heretofore issued in the above cause on August ::, 1950; that on the 16th day of October, 1950, between the hours of sale, namely: between 11:00 o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00 o'clock in the aftemool i the said day. at the premises on which a i I property is located, .-."I N. \v. 103rd stie.t, Dade County, Florida, I shall offer tor sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the above described property. Dated this 29th day of September, JIMMY SULLIVAN sheriff ,.f i lade County, Florida B) JACK II BYER, tj Sheriff GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for P 420 Lincoln R I Mi.i ml i'.. a. h, Floi Ida l". 6-13 1 l 1 1 i l 1 1 1 1 I l I i l i i i 1 The Boston Gazette, leading newspaper which espoused the cause of the American Revolution never had more than 2,000 circulation.



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PAGE SIXTEEN >Jelstflcrk/tor FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6.1950 1 you KX>D FAIR Pr STAR TIME Good People of Little River, West Little River, Hialeah, Miami Springs, Opa Locka, and all of North West Miami.. you camiedtkenem to yoor neighbors and friends of your new low-priced Food Fair store... fit N. W. 27th Ave. & 81st St. LOW-PRICED FEATURES EFFECTIVE ALL STORES THURS., FRI., SAT. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED *Ui ClMI"tt 4 di ORANGE HUE WEF** !" One can make* 1': pint* ot Juice! Big Tender, Melting Drops o( Garden SweehM*! Cm o! 70 CC„ $cp*9... ODC No. 2 8 of pVo, 3 10c 27c 17c 25c Snow Crop Red Raspberries Snow Crop Peas 2 39< W 31 2 ST 39 BIG SWEET PEAS 2 IT 33' CUSHMANS C | "N4V -'" • Coffee Cake GlE*SONS: L : ,Q Apple Sauce CakeW US' N W 34.S Si AHopottah Op.la'* MjSa' S W A. i i Si O•- T.,, Oov, 0 So20'7 T,).r Si. Hollywood Oo.n lot. Mon -Sol. 35 N V. Oi.-oOpn >o* Jnd Si I Oil. & *Hsn Rd Mion>. ficocn Op*n lot. Mon -Sot IU Ponce d* leon oH 3Ti*> A ijjcf Op." Ion Man .^ot 1055 N w 6?nd Si Ed.ton C.nter Opn lot. Mon -Sol 7J0 N E 12Sh Si Open lot. Mon -Sot. NW 104 St 7 A.. on 7th A*. Op." lot. Man So' N W 37 A.. •' Weil 1-nW ••' Open h> Mon So' N E H*f" oil •"* Op ... w v 49 SM<" *' a't fa*


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ll Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
23 -NUMBER 40
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
>ay Army To Ring Bells
Quest Of Cash Sunday
Myers Will Address
CJFWF Conference
teatest one-day drive ever conducted here will take
day, October 8, in an all-cut efiort to mobilize large
ash for urgent immigration and settlement needs in
for aid to distressed Jews in Europe, North Africa
|iddle East.__________________^^_
lial drive, which will*
annual campaign here
If the Combined Jewish
Isr.M'l Policy Still In Force
LONDON, (JTA) Israel has not abandoned its policy of non-
indentification with either the Western or the Eastern Bloc. Dr.
Herzl Berger, Israel Mapai leader, last night told a British Labor
Zionist conference. He added that "out relations with the West are
closer not because we chose so. but because of the attitude of other
powers." Speaking on the problem of Jews emigrating from Europe,
he asserted that in the West Jews could emigrate as a right, while
in the Eastern European countries permission to emigrate is granted
as a favor. He also said it was not possible to collect funds in Eastern
Europe to train pioneers for Israel nor exchange delegations with
Jewish communities in these countries.
of
bs been designated as
for Cash). The C-Day
be part of a national
ttion effort in which
60.000 volunteers will
lids of 700.000 contribu-
Immunities all over the
C. Myers has been
airman of the local cam-
.ddie Cantor, national
[chairman of the United
Appeal, is serving as
of the nationwide one-
Jthe banner of "See the
lugh With Cash," the C-
inteers will canvass the
|mm unity in an effort to
funds still outstanding
fcs made earlier this year.
hell drive for cash will
[10 a.m. Sunday morning
linue all day.
Icnbing the urgent need
In, Myers declared that
_tty mounting Jewish needs
H, Europe, the Moslem
Vid here at home have
I this extraordinary step to
every last dollar on still
Jing pledges. Each and
ontributor with an unpaid
the cost of rescuing hundreds
thousands of homeless Jews."
The local chairman said that
designation of Sunday, October 8,
as C-Day '.symbolizes our de-
termination to see the job
, through."
Government Acts
To Ease Fiscal Crisis
JERUSALEM, (JTA) An of-
, f icial announcement issued by the
Premier's office here said that the |
Israel government following
consultations with local and for- !
i eign economic expertshas de- :
i cided to expand agricultural pro- J
duction. as "vital to improvement'
of Israel's economic situation;" to
j increase exports and to lift the
I ban on capital import in the form
I of goods.
The official announcement, in-
dicating that the government is
prepared to relax many economic
restrictions in order to ease the
present difficult situation, said
the government will propose in
parliament a bill calling for the
floating of a popular loan, backed
by gold, and will alsothrough a
, I specially-created association of
bust redeem that pledge > municipalities-promote ana on-
biless this is done, we in al lottery. Further tourism will be
nmunity will have to tell | encouraged through the opening
,ted Jewish Appeal that we I of special tourist shops where
led to carry out the sacred goods-including "honed mer-
lon we assumed earlier this chandisewill be sold to visitors
hen we promised to pay from abroad._____________
To meet 1951 local, national and
overseas responsibilities of Jewish
communities will highlight the
15th annual conference of the
Southeastern Region of the Coun-
cil of ^Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, it was announced
by Herbert S. Weil, conference
chairman, and Marx J. Borod,
regional president. The conference
will be held on October 7 and 8
at the Roosevelt Hotel, New
1 Orleans.
Delegates from the 35 Jewish
communities comprising the
Council's Southeastern Region |
will participate in the two-day
gathering and hear major ad- j
dresses delivered by Stanley C.
Myers, national president of the
CJFWF; Harry L. Lurie. execu-
tive director of the CJFWF; and
Major Alfred Fleishman, St.
Louis, consultant to the St. Louis
Jewish Community Relations
Council.
Myers will discuss, "Southern
Jewry's Communal Responsibili-
tiesAgenda for 1951" at the
Saturday night opening dinner
which will be in the form of a
testimonial meeting for Myers and
Isaac S. Heller, both of whom are
past presidents of the Southeast-
ern region. Myers will focus much
of his presentation on a report of
his recent trip to Israel and the
implications of the projected new
bond drive for Israel on local
community efforts. Heller will act
as the discussant at this meeting
and will raise questions for dis-
cussion by the delegates.
Anders Denies He Is Anti-Semific
NEW YORK, (JTA)Gen. Wladyslaw Anders, Polish anti-
Semitic leader who was permitted by State Department authorities
to come to the United States to participate in the Pulaski Day
parade here Sunday, told a pre*rconference last night that ne was
not anti-Semitic. He said the charges against him emanate not from
the Jewish people, but from the Moscow radio.
Senator Pepper Meets Ben dJurion
NEW YORK. (JTA)A New York Times dispatch from Tel
Aviv quoted U. S. Senator Claude Pepperwho is visiting Israel
as a member of a Congressional committeeas stating, following a
meeting with Premier David Ben Gurion. that he would recommend
U. S. military and any other aid required by the Jewish state."
Silver As Drive Head Inconfirmed
NEW YORK, (JTA)Informed quarters in New York described
as entirely without foundation week-end reports quoted in Jeru-
salem dispatches that Dr. Abba Hillel Silver will head the projected
Israel loan campaign in the United States. The reports were quoted
by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Israel-Jordan Committee Meeting
JERUSALEM (JTA)The special Israel-Jordan armistice com-
mission on Jerusalem problems, which had suspended meetings for a
number of months, resumed sessions Monday. L.N. truce chief Maj.
I Gen. William E. Riley, who attended the session, stressed the irn-
' portance of the resumption of work by the committee and the
i many possibilities for its work to cement relations between the two
countries. The heads of both delegations to the committee also em-
phasized the importance of solving the major problems in Jerusalem
still outstanding between the nations.
Ex-Oswieeim Inmates Testily
TEL AVIV (JTA)Charges of additional cruelties ascribed to
Elsa Trenkan Israel resident accused of mistreatment of Jewish
women inmates in the notorious Nazi Oswiecim death campwere
made in magistrate's court by Chava Gottlieb, a witness for the
prosecution. Miss Gottlieb told the court how. while she was
inerned in Oswiecim. she was struck by the Trenk woman while
| she was standing in line, vainly awaiting a hand-out of food.
Rosh Hashona In Korea
Jewish GIs Observed New Year in Combat Zone
By CHAPLAIN OSCAR M. LIFSCHUTZ
e warm and Intimate picture ol Roan Hahaona in Korea.
ED1TOK.
^MEWHERE IN KOREA, 2nd Day Rosh Hashona, 5711
lave just ended the Maariv-(evening service) and our
ave qathered in the mess hall for a ack of kosher food
?d by the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). They are
to taste the aefilte fish, and in a few minutes they_will
sir chance. The lights are-*-
area. The combat front is twelve
miles ahead and on our flanks.
Several times during the services
we had to pause, as low-flying
jets and Mustang fighters flew
over for their straffing missions.
The artillery heaved all through
the day. but fortunately it was all
"outgoing mail" Just before
Musafthe additional service
we received a message from front
office that our two men in the
Tank Battalion could not be re-
leased because the outfit was in
actionbut that after the en-
counter they would be given
passes. We asked the courier to
relay the New Year's greetings
of the congregation to the men.
The men participated whole-
heartedly and the responsive
readings were enthusiastically led
bv Pvt. Arthur Cohen of Pitts-
burgh (Hq. Co.-2nd Inf. Div.)
M ana took time off to sound and Cpl. Hasti?*s. Shofar for us. A real expert- I Surgical Hospital). During tne
" New YorkLt. Jack Arnold | services we were amazed to see
Kcept for a couple of Cole-
Janterns, for we are under
but. restrictions. Snipers,
. we must be careful.
[Rosh Hashona services were
id. although we operated
field combat conditions. On
first day, several mud-
lid men, clinging to their
bus rifles, jumped off a
. in front of our chapel tent
h>:oudly anounced that they
fmade it." They were afraid
y might be late for the
Ices. Pfc. Holis (just pro-
Id i. loaded with a complete
:.ldown to grenadeshad
convinced that we were in
le area. It is strange conduct-
a religious service .
Ip.ins next to each chair .
concept is so paradoxical.
Je were saved at the last
lute when a lieutenant arrived
Tf was in the midst of a mis-
f) and took time off to sound
*ockaway Beach.
fori came in from units sta-
ged all along the Naktong river
F The command had previous-
[indicated that it doubted any
could be reltased in this
I large number of South Ko-
reans gather around our chapel
tent to peer in. Inquiry revealed
that they have never witnessed a
Jewish service. Their vocabulary
does not have any word for
'rabbi." Many had heard of Jews
from missionaries but had never
seen one. This was the first time,
and thev stood for hourspatient-
lv watching. The sounding of the
Shofar delighted them, and after
the service they requested that it
be sounded againand I had to
explain very carefully that it was
1 forbidden.
I During the afternoon the 8055
1 Mobile Army Surgical Hospital
pulled in the compound, travel-
ling in convoy on its way to
Taegu. Upon seeing our Jewish
chaplain's flag flying from the
tent mast several men hopped
off the trucks and headed for our
I service. Having been on the road
! all day. nd under alert, the men
had been unable to attend any
service. As soon as they washed
up we held a special service for i
them. They were highly elated j
that, even in Korea, they were \
able to make the service. Pfc.
Sheldon Schwartzberg of Buffalo.
N. Y., and his buddies were very
i happy when they pushed off later
i en route to Taegu. They promised
' to be back for Yom Kippurwith
God's help.
A few days ago. I Corps moved
in and the advance party is setting
up the headquarters. Our an-
nouncements were sent to their
forward unit in Taegu and the
Command Post in Miryang. Cpl.
Wertheimer of the J.A. Section I
Corps, was our first Congregant
of the organization. Among the
transients during the Rosh
Hashona services were Chaplain
Hinkel of the 82AAA BW; Chap-
lain Wm. K. Kirkpatrick, Protest-
i ant deputy division chaplain of
!the 2nd Inf. Div.; and Chaplain
! Denelfo, (Catholic) also with the
12nd Inf. Div. Lt. Col. Nieman,
Shown at Rosh Hashona service are these servicemen of 7th
Division on Army transport as it approached Inchon. MUtar
amphibious landing operation. This service conducted ^Warrant
Officer Oliver Margolin (extreme left), and others on troop ships
nroute to Pacific, was made possible by National Jewish Welfare
Board, which furnished all religious supplies. These services were
in addition to those throughout U. S. conducted by Jewish full
and part-time chaplains at 520 posts and veterans hospitals-
including the 17 newly-reactivated camps.
commanding officer of the hos-
pital, paid hii respects.
Two of our worshippers are
most distinguished in this sector.
They are Captain Zager and Cap-
tain Sloman. Both of them are
very fine surgeons and many of
our' boys owe their lives to their
skill and energv. Captain Bernard
S. Zager is from Detroit and
Captain Howard S. Sloman is
from Norwalk. Conn. They came
in and participated during rest
periods between surgical cases.
Their surgical caps looked like
white skull-caps (yarmelkas) but
it was their white, blood-spotted
uniforms that gave them away.
So we passed our Rosh Hoshona
in prayer, comradeship, and talk
of home. A minyon in the land
of Korea! The "chosen people" in
the land of Chosen(that's the
>way the word Korea is spelled
and pronounced here)even here,
puns! We all long to return to our
loved ones and enjoy God-given
I peace. That is our prayer for the
New Year. The congregation sends
best wishes for the New Year to
the National Jewish Welfare
Board. Thanks to you our supplies
j and equipment were complete. As
I ever, Shalom!


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youth chairman and institute speaker; Miss Selma Lewis, South
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Miriam Goldstein and Ethel Pont.
Skits and entertainment will be
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PAGE THREE
/7/ Saj>...
the clouds are gathering for the storm that may
lTk forth into a third world war, one watches the
L3 ty of the French people with disappointment.
repression (which may be wrong) is that if the
sians march in, they will meet with no resistance.
' large extent, this was true in the Second World
l3 -hrn the military buckled under after three
iks of actual fighting. Some say that 60% of the
KSi collaborated with the Nazis. One can only
Vvel as to what has happened to a people with
ph a glorious h'story.
Ljee. A Symbol
|i. the tourist tries to sip his morning coffee, he
If H -is if the answer is not in front of his nose. If
fcparfee then the cup contains a moral. Why such
ILretched brew? In Holland, coffee is excellent. If
CFrenchman likes his tiny cup of black bitter gall.
I hiir d ink it. But since he needs dollars, why not
I American tourist the coffee he wants. And
' ,( into the nb of the modern French
lentality.
e French
|tIK. French are dazzled by their history. On all sides
bnument cathedrals, arches, castles, and palaces
L ..],',, great past. Proof? The whole world comes
. ,erefore, it must be the best of all lands.
whv should Frenchmen bother to visit other
[untries to get fresh ideas? What he has needs no
lent. Let all comers conform to French
fcages or stay away. But why drink coffee at all,
fhen here is the best of wines.
heir Leisure
It would seem that French mentality, which was
Lee agile, has become rigid. Apparently he sees no
eed for change. A civilized person takes his full
French Coffee And The Maginot Line
two hours for lunch, come hell or high water.
Saturday is a half holiday. Sunday is, of course, the
Sabbath. No one should work on Monday, even if it
was made into a day of rest by Leon Blum, of whom
he may not approve. Let the American rush like a
madman, a Frenchman takes his time. In the post
office or the- depot, one may stand in the queue
indefinitely, while some woman is chattering away
with the clerk about God knows what.
Their Past Creativity
Thus the French attitude toward coffee perhaps
reveals his basic hostility to modern life. It discloses
that he is out of step with the machine, let alone
the atomic age. Most original in the 13th century,
when he conceived the cathedral, he was most
creative in the 17th century when he built Versailles.
Then he caught and expressed the spirit and temper
of the Royalist Baroque era. The world flattered
most sincerely by imitating. The Revolution and
Napoleon were the afterglow in the setting sun. They
were the final gasps of the energy generated in the
Renaissance.
Their Conservatism
Ever since, the French soul has become static. The
cup of coffee merely illustrates his refusal to yield
to the iron law of necessity. Progress has passed him
by. but he fails to see that he is becoming the keeper
of a museum. Yet he still dreams of lordship in the
chateau. In the Bourbon manner, he hasn't forgotten
his former equipage of a gilded coach with four
thoroughbred horses. To him, the airplane is not quite
a reality.
Their Backwardness
A similar conservatism is discernable in many
phases of French life. For example: Names of tenants,
or their numbers, are not posted in apartment houses.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The concierge is there to give information. If she
is taking a bath, you simply have to wait. In the face
of enormous success attained for American business
in reducing prices through mass production, the
French manufacturer still clings to the antiquated
notion of limited production, aiming at high prices
with a long profit.
The Maginot Line
The same is evident on the highest plane of national
defense. After the First World War, the best military
minds of France apparently turned to antiquity for
guidance. Many old towns still retain their ancient
walls. The old method of defense was resurrected
and again utilized. The Maginot Line was built as ;.
rampart that would keep the enemy away, safely
beyond the national borders. These tacticians gave
no thought to the armored tank, which is a movable
fortress. They dismissed the fighting plane, that can
bomb a city, as a weapon of no consequent:e. i
strategists, charged with the defense and safety of
France, evidently confined their studies to the tactics
employed with more or less success by Louis XIV.
The disastrous results are only too well known.
The Jewish Contrast
How does French lethargy stack up alongside the
Jewish drive of the past hah century. Persecuted in
Russia and Roumania, millions crossed the seven seas
in search of lebensraum. A generation transformed
them from medieval pietists into 20th century folk.
Penniless immigrants, they developed the manu-
facture of wealing apparel into a science and an art.
Pioneering the movies, they made the cinema a world
cultural force. Starting from scratch in desolate-
Palestine, they rebuilt their ancient commonwealth,
and by force of arms set up Mcdinas Israel.
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Weinkle Appointed
Carl Weinkle has been named j
local representative on the na- j
tional finance council of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB). which will hold its!
seventh annual meeting in Chi-
cago, Friday, Saturday evening
and Sundav, October 20-22, to
consider JWB's 1951 budgetary-
needs in the light of mounting
demands for increased religious.
. morale and welfare services to
the armed forces and the con-
tinued growth and expansion of
the Jewish Community Center
movement. '
Robert S. Adler, Chicago, is
chairman of the national finance
council which annuajly screens
JWB's budget before it is adopted
by JWB's executive committee.
Hadassah Meet
Set For October
Israeli Group of Hadassah, will I
hold its first membership meeting |
of the season on Monday, October '
9, at 1:30 p.m., at the Saxony
Hotel, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Irving Westin.
pi esident.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will give
a detailed report of the national
convention of Hadassah. There
will also be a musical program.
'j9onnpn W*fcT\trv Safin
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy
818 Michigan Avenu*
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Ardmore Studio
Frank Kamen (left), president of the Men's Club of Temple
Beth Sholom, goes over the reservation list with Emanuel
Goldslrich. chairman of the dinner dance to be held Sunday
evening, October 22. at the Saxony Hotel.
J The Men's Club of Temple Beth William Mazur, David D. Pollack,
ISholom will hold its annual in- j Jack Abbott, Dr. Norman Russ,
ntallation dinner-dance and en-; Jerome Greene, Murray Brickner,
Itertainment at the Saxony Hotel I Dr. Lester Saroff, Martin Rokaw,
[on Sunday. October 22, at 7 p.m. j Harry Zukernick, Alex A. Strauss,
Officers and directors to be in- j Abe Solosko and Alexander
stalled at the affair include, j Nason. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
president, Frank Kamen; vice serve as installing officer.
presidents, Dr. Alexander Rob- | Members of the entertainment
bins, Gilbert Goldman and Frank .committee include Louis Goldman.
Steinberg; secretary. Bertram C. I Emanuel Goldslrich, Neat runs,
Waller; treasurer, Benjamin Gold- William Mazur. Dr Alexander
directors, Louis Goldman, : Robbins and Abe Solosko.
I Jules Channing, Meyer Friedman, Tickets may be obtained by
IXmanuel Goldstrich, Louis Haltel, i writing to Emanuel Qoldstricn,
J. Kandel. Neal Kars, 12838 Prairie Ave., Miami Beacn,
R Korshak, Jack Lawson, lor calling -2592._______
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October 8. at 7:45 p.m. over radio
station WMIE.
Written by R iberl E. Owens,
the play com i rns a cientisl >
while studying the world ol ants
decide: to see what ants would
say if they cduld study human
being
Appearing in this radio pre-
sentation will be Bill Grefe,
Roberl Baron, Lowell Thing, B iz
Brenner and Sheba Wilson.
Mrs. Gertrude Marx is director,
and Steve Kessler is musical di-
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EDITORIAL
Rabbi Gordon's Mission
The basic and most trenchant value oi Rabbi
Harold H. Gordon's recent nine-week mission to
fifteen Jewish communities overseas is that it
clearly underscores an imminent turning point in
the role the American Jewish community is
destined to play in the future of Jewish life round
the world.
The past decade or so has imposed upon us
the chcracter of "philanthropic arsenal," a sort of
cornucopia of financial plenty which seemed to be
our only contribution to Jewish survival on the
continent and elsewhere. Now Rcbbi Gordon, who
is general secretary of the New York Booard of
Robbis, tells us that Jews overseas are rapidly
changing their conception of us as merely "rich
uncles." "They are in urqenr need of knowing
thai American Jews are interested in them morally
end spiritually," Rabbi Gordon declares. Even
more, the board's general secretary points out,
"the survival of the Jewish people in Europe and
North Africa depends equally upon the moral
end spiritual aid of American Jewry as actual
materiel and physical support."
Clearly, then, we are fated for a much larger,
indeed, more historic part in the shaping of the
world Jewish future than many of us even now
were given to believe. Hew well equipped we are
cs a community, how geared our religious lead-
ers, seminaries, and universities are to assume
this vitally central burden of leadership is really
the fundamental problem.
** WORLD MACCAB'^^
The iloginnina Of GrmmttuM
Brandeis University in Wcltham, Massach, I
begins its third academic year this fall -\^\
students, several fine new buildjngs and a 1
of distinguished men of letters.
This is the same Brandeis which two yea
became for the Jewish people their first cont
ticn to nonsectarian education In A^
Brandeis then was great only in the irnaai mJ
scope of its goals and the faith and asnira? I
of its sponsors. Today after months oi StanS!
growth and development there has been cc
piishment sufficient to justify the faith' and^?"
generosity of America's Jewish Community I
The Brandeis enrollment, which one day J
level off at approximately one thousand L^\
men and women, stands, now, at twice the I
it was one year ago and represents "necnW
states and six foreign nations. The studies citL I
young people have been guided by a faculty |W
has contributed much to the American heritage
Cngl
an
How soorj Brandeis may take its place
the established, distinguished institutions oi"to?i
sectarian learning in this country depends ori
many factors. Brandeis with its student body end
its faculty and its spirit, both on the campus among its supporters throughout the nation
tinues to build to pre-eminence, to better serve"-;
community and nation. There is in this Jev,-j
contribution to the American educational herita
the positive beginning of greatness. It is al
ginning that should make us proud.
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish
SMOLAR
Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Tzena. Tzena
By D. SCHOCHER
ISRAEL ECHOES:
Evei i /. nisi v< -
... w 2ioi .-
een post] ned intil
end : May S
in the Uniti
Stat en late n th i
reai Ni Y k th it the '
will n t be held at the end
year ... It would have'
to hold the
isalem in Decem-
ne of them told me .
:Ie. Zion..-: p tii n the
L"nit< Stati ild 775,000 Sheko-
ntitle purchasers to
vote /oi li .' gali the Congress
Top Israel leaders are now
king their bags lo come to the
United States as soon as the High
Holidays are over Some of
them will be busy at the United
Nations General Assembly which
opened in the middle of Septem-
ber while others will be busy in
stimulating additional giving by
American Jewry to Israel .
There are quite a number of
problems affecting Israel which
the UN General Assembly will
discuss Chief among them is
the question of the status of
Jerusalem, the report of the UN
Conciliation Commissionwhich
vainly attempted to bring about
permanent peace between Israel
and the Arab countriesand the
Arab request for readmission to
Israel of Arab refugee from Pal-
estine Although these ques-
tions may provoke much interest
among Jews in this country and
in Israel, it will not be as great
as the interest which will be
stimulated among American Jews,
towards giving real financial aid
on a big scale to the Jewish state
. The next three months will
be real "hof'months in America
as far as financial action for Israel
is concerned.

DOMESTIC NOTES:
There are, after all. five million
Jews in the United States and
not 4,500.000 as some statisticians
claimed recently Data which
is now being alayzed by the Jew-
ish Statistical Bureau establishes
without doubt that the number of
Jews in this country is very close
to 5,000.000 The results of
the survey by the Bureau will be
made public very soon The
Bureau is also preparing a di-
rectory which will list 4.000
rabbis, about 4.500 congregations
and more than 1,500 various Jew-
ish organizations The last
government census of Jewish con-
gregations, conducted in 1936, es-
tablished that at that time there
were 3,728 congregations in this
country with a membership of
more than 4,600,000 ... It also
reported that 2,851 syriagogue
buildings valued at more than
$123,000,000 existed in 1936
throughout the country The
tory oi Jewish congre-
.n America was pub!
in 1854 ... It listed 41 congrega-
tions ... A drive to raise SI00.000
publication of its forth-
tory is now being
conducted by the Jewish Statisti-
al Bureau The work of the
Bureau is directed by Dr. H. S.
Linfield. who assisted in the 1936
/eminent census of religious
bodies.
.
THEATRICAL MOODS:
Those who claim that Yiddish
is dying in the United States will
be very much surprised to learn j
that the new theatre season opens j
with no less than eight Yiddish |
theatres in the country Most
of them are. of course, in New-
York You will also be in-
terested in the fact that the He-
brew Actors Union has acquired
more than 30 new members dur-
ing the Jewish year just con-
cluded Most interesting is the
I fact that the Yiddish theatre is
! today the only permanent for-
eign-language theatre in the
I United States ... It has survived
the German, Italian and other
foreign-language theatres in the
; country Credit for this
: phenomenon is in no small way
i due to Reuben Guskin, the head
! of the Hebrew Actors Union
which has the most outstanding
actors among its members .
Mr. Guskin has been the guiding
spirit of the union for more than
130 years and has greatly con-
, tributed not only to the welfare
of its members, but also to the
development of the Yiddish thea-
jtre .Many of the members of
the union are also engaged in
You get off at a whistle stop
in Wisconsin to get a cup of coffee
and out of the juke box comes
Tzena. Tzena. In Atlanta. Ga. you
listen at midnight to the radio
disc jockey and ifs Tzena. Tzena.
You go in New Y'ork to the Radio
City Music Hall and what is the
finale number? Yes, it's Tzena.
Tzena. again.
An Israeli tune has got the
country mad. It's the top hit of
the Hit Parade.
Who. you ask yourself, is this
Tzena?
So you take a look at a musical
sheet and you read
Tzena. Tzena. Don't you know-
that you're the darling of the
regiment?
She must be some galthis
Tzena But let me tell you a
secret. Really, she is no girl at
alL
Tzena is a Hebrew word mean-
ing "come now," or "come please."
And the real story of this song
which has become an American
sensation as as follows.
Yiddish radio programs And
one can hear Yiddish radio pro-
grams today not only in New-
York, Chicago and Los Angeles,
but also in smaller cities The
largest Jewish radio station today
is WEVD, which is owned by
the Jewish Daily Forward, the
largest Yiddish daily in the world
. Incidentally, the 90th birth-
day of Abraham Cahan, editor-
in-chief of the Jewish Daily For-
ward, was celebrated recently .
And more than 1,600 prominent
Jews and non-Jews attended the
celebration ... It was a gala
affairby invitation onlyand it
was extremely interesting to hear
the veteran Jewish editor telling
the audience how he lived to be
90 and still be active.
Back in 1941. when the World
War against the Nazis was being
fought, a young composer in Pal-
estineit wasn't Istaei at the time
wrote the song Tzena for the
Palestinian Jewish brigade. The
| first stanza, roughtly translated,
j bids, the girls
Come, now, girls,
Don't hide from the soldiers.
The composer was Issacnar
Meron of Tel Aviv.
The song was just one of many
composed during the critical war
days in Israel. Truth to tell, it
was not too much of a hit in
israel.
A woman singer from Israel,
named Raasche later made a
. record of it. but this recording
made no special impression.
Later, a young American woman
! who had visited Israel sang the
! tune to Julius Grossman, assistant
I director of the musical depart-
I ment of the Jewish Education
I Committee in New York. Gross-
| man liked the tune, but he
thought the melody was too short.
He added a little more melody or,
to use musical terms, he provided
a third "theme" to the two which
it already had.
Then some choral group hap-
pened to play it at a night club
in Greenwich Village. The famous
band leader, Gordon Jenkins, took
it up. Then the music publishers
and record makers went to it with
a bang.
They took the tune, but they
didn't use the original Hebrew
words. It was they who made
Tzena into a girl. The publishers
couldn't or wouldn't wait to find
out at first just who were the
composers, and many funny
things were done. The words of
i the song as published by Mills
j Music Company are entirely dif-
ferent from those by the Crom-
1 well Music Company. The Crom-
Five Miamians Invest In I
srael
Five Miami businessmen were
among the first to answer the
Israel government's urgent call
for foreign investors. The Mi-
amians are among the backers of
a group of luxury hotels to be
erected along the shores of the
Mediterranean and an asbestos
pipe factory.
I. L. Mintzer, who returned last
week from Israel, announced that
he, Max Orovitz. Dan B. Ruskin.
Sam Friedland and Sam Blank
are putting up approximately
$2,000,000 for the project. The re-
mainder will be provided by a
group of Israeli industrialists, in-
cluding the present owners of the
Kaete Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv.
Ground for the first of the new
hotels, to be known as the Dan,
after the ancient Israelite tribe;
was broken at elaborate cere-
monies on September 28.
Mintzer, who owns a large
plumbing concern, as well as the
Regal. Tropics and Waverly Arms
Hotels here, said that the Dan
will measure up to the standards
of the luxury hostelries in this
, area. It will contain 136 rooms,
each with private bath, and all
, air-conditioned. The building will
; cover one acre of land and will
I adjoin the Kaete Dan.
Barring a delay in shipment of
materials from this country be-
cause of the situation in Korea
i or some unforeseen emergency,
I the new hotel should be com-
pleted by June of next year,
Mintzer revealed.
i The group is also planning to
build a 150-room hotel in Haifa.
Two Tel Aviv architects are
working with Albert Anis, Miami
Beach hotel architect, on building
plans.
The asbestos pipe factory, now
under construction, is expected to
be ready inside of six months.
The pipe is urgently needed to
irrigate the desert and improve
the country's sanitary system,
Mintzer disclosed.
The Miamians will make brief
trips to Israel to oversee con-
struction.
Mintzer said that the Israeli of-
ficials recognize the potentialities
of the country as a tourist resort
and are encouraging the develop-
ment of tourist facilities.
"We have a great deal of con-
fidence in the future of Israel,"
Mintzer said. "Our chief interest
in investing there is to build up
the young nation. We believe that
the economic future of the coun-
try is bright and that we will be
paid off with dividends but
that's not our primary motivating
force."
well version has a reference to]
the Israeli dance, the Hora: '
Come and dance the Hora
Ont. two. three
All the boys will envy me
For Tzena.
About three mont
jsong began climb..
of the Hit Parade Th
1 second and third place. I'usualij
the life of a popular hit is verj
short indeed, but the remarkable
thing about Tzena is that it con.
i tinues to stay at the ti p. To bt
sure, it has occasionally dipped,
but it seems to rise t
again. At this writing. Varan
still gives rt third place at 'be
, top of the Hit Parade.
More than a million recrdiof
Tzena have beejrt sold and 'tis
estimated more than three hun-
dred thousand copies of sheet
music. If you figure that a record
. sells for close to a dollar, and a
sheet cf music something like halt
a dollarand if you add to that
the royalties from radio, disc
jockeys and bands and so on, it
is easy to see that something like
two million dollars will be
for this Israeli song.
So you can understand why
' Issacher Meron anH Julius Gross-
, man, the composers, are smiling
these days.
Two million American dollars
for an Israeli song. That is prcb-
iably the biggest single export
Israel has made to America since
; its establishment. It ought to help
: Israel balance her imports.
One New York musical store
I proprietor said it may lead Amer-
| ican bands into considering other
Israeli songs. Mavbe they'll put
; Hovah Hagailla on the Hit Parade
i yet, but I hope they won't make
! Hovah into a girl, too.
But who knowswith this new
war on, they may need another
. "darling for the regiment."
And after all, Hovah can be just
las beautiful and as glamorous
maybe as Tzena.
But it's good anyway to hear
all America singing Hebrew
words. _
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liss Segall Named
distant Solicitor
ic-ant solicitor.
in bv Judge Ben C.
has joined the^ staff of
in
Hollywood Center WU1
Sponsor Forum Series
The Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood and its Mr. & Mrs.
Club will open their cultural pro-
gram with a series of "Town Hall
Center Meetings" to begin Wed-
nesday evening. October 11.
Subject for discussion at the
first forum will be "How Can We
Create a United WorldWorld
Federalism or United Nations?"
Panelists will include Robert M.
Curtis, Ft. Lauderdale attorney
and president of the. Ft. Lauder-
dale Youth Center; Judge E. B.
.gall has joinea u ="
Solicitor Robert R.
f. She will specialize
\ :v.-ns cases.
:ci the appointment ^
as prompted by the ^e"em Donnell. West Palm Beach at- Mic'helsoZ'exec^t'ive ~d'irec~tor'~o~f
. mg abandonment oi torney. Miami attorney and mem-
Men's Club Meeting
To Feature Panel
"Shall Western Germany and
Japan Be Permitted to Rearm?"
will be the subject of a panel
discussion at the Temple Israel
Men's Club first meeting of the
season Wednesday, October 11, at
8 p.m. in Kaplan Hall. '
Participants in the discussion
will be Prof. William Cornelius,
University of Miami; Art Green,
radio commentator; Dr. Donald
Sisterhood Board Meeting
The Sisterhood of the First Jew-
ish Congregation of Coral Gables
will hold a board meeting on
Monday, October 9, at 8 p.m. at
the temporary quarters located at
1618 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables.
A regular meeting of the sister-
hood will be held at the tem-
porary quarters on Wednesday,
October 11, at 8:30 p.m.
After the business meeting a
narration of the Simchas Torah
holiday will be given by Mrs.
Louis Barrish.
fono: children, non-support and j ^^ of the boai.d of directors Gf
grital difficulties. i the Miami Chamber of Commerce;
groups and other civic Ned M. Letts, Miami attorney and
,._'./,in'iis have been advocat-I vice commander of the Harvey
* th( of a woman as" W. Seeds Post of the American
I I ir said. Legion. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig will
jail has made a special serve as moderator for all meet-
-.. ;~i.. anj ings.
Ldy 0| psychology, sociology and
Emmie problems," Taylor said,
7nd will be ideal for this type
work. Her work will lighten
n the other assistants.'
DauBhter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
\ K. 57th St., the new
nl attended Emory Uni-
nd received her law de-
*from the University of Mi- I v-n Michaels Orchestra and a floor
She recently began the show will be presented.
t-roceeds will be allocated to
Coral Gables Jewish Center
project.
the University of Miami Hillel
foundation. Dr. Joseph R. Narot
will serve as narrator.
Herbert Kaufman has arranged
the program and Edward Klein,
who heads the men's club, will
preside.
Young Adult Dance
Young Adult Group of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will hold
its first anniversary dance on Sat-
urday, October 14. at 9 p.m. in
the Shelborne Hotel Patio.
Music will be furnished by Mar-
ractice of law with her brother,
idnej __________
;0mmiltee Meeting Set
v Suss, vice president
If B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Sables, has called a meeting of
ys and means committee at
her home. 120 Avila Court, on
fhursday. October 12, at 2 p.m. to
ins for the group's an-
nual donor luncheon. Mrs. Suss
I pointed Mrs. A. Somerfeld
tnd Mrs. J. Toback as co-chair-
,.',:. ir the event.
Card Party On Agenda
A card and mah jong party will
be given by the Coral Gables
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on
Saturday, October 7, at 8:15 p.m.
at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Mrs. S. Brown and Mrs. A.
Corenblum are in charge of tickets
and Mrs. F. Paul is responsible for
refreshments.
Yiddish School To Open
Kindergarten October 9
Workmen's Circle Yiddish
School of Miami Beach will open
a kindergarten for children of
pre-school age on Monday, Octo-
ber 9.
The classes which will meet
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Monday
through Friday will be under the
direction of Mrs. L. Lasavin.
Registration is being held at the
school, 25 Washington Ave., Mi-
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Sisterhood of North Shore Jew
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M Lou Ross. Greater Miai
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seats 2500 persons. The
Monday evening concerts will be
given as before in the Miami
Senior High School Auditorium.
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Mrs. Joseph Oritt. co-chair-
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SS&OSOBEBi,-
Laying the groundwork for the "Tops in Our Town" b
to be held Tuesday, October 10. at the Delano Hotel, unde
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PAGE SEVEN
B'nai B'rith Roll Call Membership Drive
Get Underway Sunday, October 15
iai B'rith is going to call the
II r.f every Jewish adult in
Serica /ask every one to
Swords. Frank Gold-
,. 1 f L'.well. Mass., president
S B'nai B'rith, largest and oldest
service organization in
America, set the keynote lor B nai ;
BmUh's national Roll-Call cam-!
';: which will be a "Census ]
vice" In every Jewish com-
munity.
iVng the slogan "Every Jew a
I bei Too!" the campaign will
October 13-the 107th an-
m;,,sary of the founding of
B'nai B'rithand continue for 53
davs in virtually every city in
tte country. On October 15, there
will be a manpower mobilization
nsus takers, and a nation-
wide radio broadcast dramatizing
the significance of B'nai B'rith
on the American and Jewish
ler the local direction of the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami, nine lodges including Ft.
I rdale and Hollywood lodge
will sponsor kick-off events on
Sunday morning. October lf>. to
[ly launch the fifty-three
ibership drive. Bernard
state membership
n and George J. Talianoff,
Florida chairman, will di-
campaign in the Grelter
rea.
-i at ions in the Greater
i will cai ry sp it an-
nts concerning the 107
rvice rendered by B'nai
:.l urging all Jewish
ivei the age of 21 to enli '
inal roll-call. A B'nai
I round-table discu n
C, R, Jacobson, ex< u-
I ir of the B'nai B*i ith
i ,1. will be presented and an
,,l program describing
. services of B'nai B'rith
will carried forward during
laign.
A ta of 1,000 new members
has been set in Florida according
to Frank Kleinfeld, president of
Florida B'nai B'rith lodges.
A bronze plaque will be award-
ed by the B'nai B'rith Council to
the lodge showing the greatest
proportionate increase in mem-
bership at the close of the current
drive on December :i and indi-
vidual prizes will be awarded by
the District Grand Lodge to lop
membership workers.
For information regarding B'nai
B'rith. men and women are re-
quested to call the B'nai B'rith
Council offices at 82-5685.
I III Chief To
S|M'ak To Beach
B'nai BVith
Edmund D. Mason, newly ap-
pointed head of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation here, will
be guest speaker at the luncheon
meeting of the Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday,
October 10, at 12:15 p.m. at the
Mei Yin Restaurant, Collins Ave.
at Lincoln Road.
Mason was formerly agent in
charge of the bureau's Savannah.
Ga., office and succeeded Craw-
ford H. Carson, veteran G-man
who has taken over the Baltimore
office, A native of Washington,
D. C. where lie attended the
Naval Academy at Annapolis, he
joined the FBI in 1940.
The new chief believes that the
bureau will have increasing work
in security checks as the war
crisis mounts. "Our job is to dis-
rupt the plans of subversive
groups before any national
emergency arises." hi' said, "'and
that's what we're going to do."
Hadassah Unit To Meet
First meeting of the 1950-51
season will lie held by the Hen-
rietta Szbld Group of Han
on Monday. October 9, at 1:30
p.m. at the religious school audi-
torium of the Miami Beach J>
Center,
Isabelle Altholz. president.
wiio attended the recent nai ni
convention of Hadassah at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New
York, will give a report, and a
:im.-.cai program will follow.
Celebration Slated
Pioneer Women Cl^ib No. Two
will hold a meeting and silver
jubilee anniversary celebration on
Monday, October 9, at 8:15 p.m.
at Kneseth Israel, according to
Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president.
Pictured at installation of officers of the Hatikvah Semi-Teens
of Young Judaea are (1. to r.) Jean Nevel, leader; Dolores Chernoff,
vice president; Jeanie Goldstein, corresponding secretary; Frances
Frome. recording secretary; Roberta Lehman, treasurer; Roberta
Koerr.er. president. The ceremony, wheh was held last Sunday at
the Miami Jewish Community Center, consisted of an original skit
written by Roberta Koerner and Frances Frome.
Luncheon Group To Hear
Ex-Immigration Chief
David W. Walters, former chief
examiner of the Immigration and
Naturalization Service for the
Southeastern United States, will
be the guest speaker at the
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
luncheon on Tuesday, October 10.
at 12:15 p.m., at the Miamian
Restaurant, Subject oi '''
address will be 'Behind the
Sec nes in the Immigration Di-
vision."
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of North Shore Lodge (center) and his membership chairman,
Milton Mannheimer. The award will be made to the lodge enroll-
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ship drive. North Shore Lodge received the prize in 1949.
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fHDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1950
Personally Speaking
Mrs. Fannie Simerick, her daughter. Mr3. Leah Greenwald
Lnd granddaughter, Libby. are moving back to New Orleans'
fa. The family has lived here at 1576 S.W. 2nd St. for the past
[2 years. ^
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Yale Friedlander oi Montgomery Ala an
lounce the birth of a daughter. Gail Ruth, on September 26
^s. Friedlander is the former Julie Rubin, who lived here orior
- her marriage. F
* *
Mrs. Natalie L. Gray, of the staff of the Miami Beach YM <&
VHA, and daughter, Carolyn, are now settled in their new
esidence at 1345 West Ave. Carolyn is enrolled as a student
the first grade at the Hebrew Academy
* *
Miss Ruth Brotman is expected to return to Miami Beach
bctober 10 after spending the summer in Montreal
* *
Samuel April, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April, left
thursday for New York, where he will begin his studies at the
labbi Itzchok Elchanon Seminary
* *
Theodore Greenberg, Montclair. N. I., is visiting his mother.
fa. Ethel Greenberg. and sister. Mrs. Ella Simon, in West
:1m Beach.
* + *
West Palm Beachi.e, Dr. Joseph Feldman, is spending
everal months in Israel. r y
* *
Vacationing in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey
be Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold of Lake Worth
* *
Leonard Spiegel is in Jackson Memorial Hospital, where
le underwent an operation.
* *
Mr. and Mrs Jerome Weinkle announce the birth of a son.
ouis A an on Thursday September 28. at the Jackson Memoria
lospi.al. The bns will be held Friday at the Weinkle home
kth Sam Schwartz, the baby's maternal grandfather, servina
r^ PJ,r*n'S WU1 be Mrs- Bernard K,ine- Columbia
n n ,f,S S,'Ster' and Mose Weinkle. Mr. Weinkle's
acle. Dr. Barney Weinkle and Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
After a year in New York, where she served as research
Bsistant to Dr. Gevrt Berclander at New York University Dental
allege. Miss Edith Cohen has returned .0 her home at 629 S^w!
* *
Vacationing at Chimney Rock, N. C, are Mr. and Mrs.
Batthew Handler. A card from the Bandlers reveals that they
ke huddling around a fire in the daytime and snoozing under
Iree blankets at night." y
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PAGE NINE
Hadassah Group
To Seat Leaders
Mrs- Morris Alpert will be in-
stalled as president of the Hanaa
Senesch Group of Hadassah on
.Monday. October 9, at 12 noon at
the Shelborne Hotel.
Mrs. Max Weitz is chairman of
the event. Assisting her are the
Mesdames Nina Amsterdam. Jack
/
hiurL \ ha?py event for the George D. Sax family last
r.nti y ",gu When more lhan 500 Persons attended dinner and
fcturria" ln ?0T f Eddy Sax' whose Bar Mitzvah took place
L to r Mmcmn9 at TemP,e Beh Sholom. In the picture are
r.i Mr. Sax, Chicago banker and Saxony Hotel owner, Eddy,
Ihic'- !,'= Georgie and Sammy. In the foreground is the cake,
was presented to the National Children's Cardiac Home.
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Telephone: 3-1141
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
BACK TO SCHOOL FASHIONS
from
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to
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MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE
WEST PALM BEACH
Mrs. Morris Alpert
Swerdlin. Pansy Flaum, Harold
Kelman. Samuel Kelemer. Doro-
thy Shabat, Hyman Kaplan. Fred
Freed. Sol Cohen. Milton Nuss-
baum. Charles S. Jamison. Ben-
jamin S. Wolff. Maurice Klein,
Maurice Bennett and Alpert.
Aim1 to be Installed al the rites are
the following officer* and board mem.
bers: Mm. Joseph Mam (fundralsing
chairman, Mrs. Abe Oreenberg (Inte-
trratlon chairman), Mm. Israel Teltsch
(membership chairman), vice presl-
dents; Mrs. Benjamin Kohl, treasurer:
f*r. < hi.....- BusheU. I......cial-------
tary: Mrs. Felix Haliband, recording
secretary; Mm. Amsterdam and Mm.
Bennett, corresponding secretaries:
,.-',?,. Isi''".' '"" s",i:'1 secretary; Mm.
mnium i-.mi.i-. movie projector and
auditor; Mrs. Saul 11. Leslie, Friday
review ami chapter board representa-
tive: Mm. Charles Dettleman, youth
services; Mrs. Peggj Kaplan and Mrs.
1.. Wlen, youth Allyah; Mrs Herman
Phillips ami Mrs. Julius Kellgtman
hai cards; Mrs. Freda Newman
ladasaah supplies; Mrs. Ralph Bpero
JNI- trees; Mis Charles Jamhon, JNF
I blue Ikix.-s; Miss Ethel Minis-..-!-, Mrs.
B. Millar and Mrs Kelemer, youth
I commission; Mrs. William Masur and
Mrs Kaplan, decorations; Mm, David
Ki.ll.-i-. artist: Mrs. Weitz and Mrs
irwin Welnatein, nrojrram and educa-
tion: Mr*! .lack Swerdlin, Mrs. n. I!
Wolff and Mrs Abe Robinson, pub-
licity; Mrs. Ruth Pearlman, souvenirs.
others Isclude Mrs. Klein and Mrs.
Oertrude l^ichs hull, tin editors: Mm
Muriel lliis.h Pick and Mrs Teltsch
American affairs: Mrs. Alexander
Richardson. tourist; Mrs Fred
Abrams, Mm. Herbert Abrams and <
.Mrs. Freed, prices; Mrs. Julius Rosen-
stain and Mis Flaum, hospitality;
Mrs. William Apfelbaum and Mrs.
Kelemer, refreshments; Mrs A. Tries-
ter, historian; Mm, Moses Krlejjer and
Mrs. Dorothy Fink, parliamentarians;
Mn'. Kelman and Mrs. Shabat, tele-
phone; Mm. Nussbaum and Sirs, Maao,
mlnyanlm; Mm. AdoJph ainsberg, col-
lections; Mrs. l.oui- Helman, reward
book; Mrs. Herman Llebllng, Hadassah
Melcal 1 irganlsatlon.
Malcolm Rosens Married At Riverside Plaza
in New York, Now Residing In Coral Gables
Ll^'1f in,9,ral, Gables after a wedding stay in New York art
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Rosen, whose wedding took place Septem-
ber 10 at the Riverside Plaza Hotel, New York City. Rabbi M J
Rubin officiated at the double-ring service assisted by Cantor
Arthur Rosenwasser and a soloist.
The bride is the former
Harriet Slomowitz, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Slomowitz, 1011 Cortez St.,
Coral Gables, and Ossining.
N. Y. The bridegroom is
the son of Samuel Rosen,
610 Michigan Ave., and the
late Mrs. Rosen.
Given in marriage by
her father, the bride wore
a white satin gown with a
Chantilly lace bodice and
sleeves, an illusion yoke
with a low bertha collar
and a train. Her fingertip
veil fell from a lace crown
and she carried a white
bible with white orchids
and stephanotis.
Miss Brenda Hoch of the
Bronx served as her
cousin's maid of honor.
She wore a nile green satin
gown with a matching
headpiece and carried a
bouquet of yellow roses.
The Misses Harriet Kriegs-
man and Arlene Alterman
>f Ossining and Eleanor
Rosenthal of the Bronx
were bridesmaids. Their
gowns were of emerald
green faille taffeta. Thej
carried old-fashioned bou-
quets. Helen Baer, niece of
'.he bridegroom, was flower
girl. She wore a pink net
gown with a matching
bonnet and carried a net
parasol filled with rose
petals. Miss Phyllis Gut-
man of Ossining kept the
guest book.
Serving as best man was
Milton Rosen, the bride-
groom's brother, and ush-
ers were Irving and
Robert Slomowitz. t li e
bride's brothers, and Mil-
ton Hantman, the bride-
groom'r cousin.
The bride's mother wore
a toast colored embroid-
ered net gown with gold
accessories and a corsage of yellow orchids.
A reception preceded the ceremony and dinner and dancinc
followed.
Mrs. Rosen is a graduate of Ossining High School and attended
the University of Miami where she was a member of Phi Sigma
Sigma sorority. Her husband, an alumnus of Weequahic High School
Newark, N. J., attended Rutgers University and is associated with
the Blue Ribbon Laundry in Miami.
Mr. mid Mrs. Malcolm M. Rosen
lladassnll 1 nil
Holds Party
The Business and Professional
Women's Group of Hadassah. Mi-
ami Beach, held a membership
affair last Wednesday evening at
the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Dorothy Parker, membership
chairman, presided and introduced
speakers. Mrs. Fred Jonas, over-
all membership chairman of
Greater Miami, spoke briefly, and
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Raffel told
of their recent trip to the State
of Israel and showed movies of
places visited. Miss Lillian Good-
man gave a short resume on the
Israeli Fashion Show held at the
recent national convention.
Frances LeBon sang.
Iladassah Group
To Meet Monday
Mt. Scopus Group of Hadassah
will hold its first membership
meeting on Monday. October 9.
at 1 p.m. at the Syrian-American-
Lebanon Club, 2626 S.W. 3rd Ave.,
opposite the new Beth David
synagogue.
Highlight of the program will
be a talk by Prof. Edward Clark
of the University of Miami, whose
subject will be "The Life of
Chaim Weizmann." Prof. Clark is
well known for the book reviews
he gives every Thursday morning
at the Miami Women's Club. Also
appearing on the program will be
Jay Hess, who will play a piano
solo, and Mrs. Edward Rubin, who
will give a recitation.
LEONARD TOBIN
WANTED
Safe Letter Files
Reasonable
Coral Gables Jewish Center
320 Palermo
Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 48-8073
RUTH BROTMAN
Music Laureat
Paris Scholarship
Resumes
Singing Classes*
Musical Therapy
For Information
Call 58-0756
After High Holy Day*
May We
Suggest
%Vtfner
His Violin
and
Orchestra
For All Your Social Functions
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties
PHONE 83-7581
Vice President of Tobin & Baker
Insurance Agency, Miami Beach.
says: "I find it necessary to make
numerous trips to various repre-
sentative insurance companies
throughout the country. In so
doing I always leave my travel
arrangements in the hands of
FARR, whose service never lets
me down."
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NEW FALL SEMESTER
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REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER j



Religious Directory...

4 p m. t'
i. >i Bunda:
North Shore Jewish Centei
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Philip Fried.

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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrino.

pal
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Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
'
*
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
..- lay morning at 9:00
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Sieve Kessler, organist. Palermo
Ave. near Le Jeune.
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s
Congregation i oung Israel 'Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Av.v Miami
Beach.
Temple isrtset 'Reform1. 137
N.E. ISth St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot,
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
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Northsiae Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
,-.,... |, .-
:, I Kriel
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixio
Highway. North Miami.
. at 8:15

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Temple lietn snoiom iLiberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Canto:
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday < '


Jewish Commur/.tj Center
(Conservative), 2023 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
:
-
T'Ferem israel Congregation oi
Miami (Orthodox'. 4316 N.W. 7tb
Avenue.
-
Ali real
Congregation Kneseih Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
Mil
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Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24lh Terr. Rabbi A.
Ben Elias.
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* West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. 'Conservative:
Rarbi Ezra Lifshitz.
Flagler-Grar.acla Jewish Cen-
ter. 50 N.W. 51st Place.

-
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
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Congregation beth Ttilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
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and Man i ''>
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. .. La ind i 'uwtoma,
nd ii and Wednesday* bj
, ho, to I- '....." ._ .,
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor. .
Mliw-fla


Miami Hebrew Schoo. and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Table .Service For Food To Israel \
Instituted By Beach Zoinisl llistri,..
A special service of cabling prompt delivery- he ; cider]
orders for food packages through. Food packages, which m., ,
Service for Israel. Inc., has been ordered at th. : .-. "*>
announced by Alex Van Straaten. Beach Zionist I
lent "f the Miami Beach 235 Lincoln R ,n H
t->; ....;,.. SID =\fl 1Q-,H .1 '."''- "318
The rabbi will
,,f th.- W
lh< We.
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Hebrew lhe additional expense
i"- "^"'-v
nd p.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St..
Miami Beach.
T SO a in. nn'l ''
.. mornlns at a.m. on
- p.m there will i-
- Children of the entire
;:. ill be
Hebren to l*"*"
-.- .- Ba ii '
-. |M following.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood, 1801 So.
Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.
Dr. Marius Ranson. rabbi.
R
rd M. 1 ich. In


I
-
mum noaa, i-;,rB,, f. I
nist District. I$1030 to $19.50 and inclS.2S
This procedure is expected to necessities sui U"*l
make possible the delivery of food cheese, coffee, coc
pack Israel eight to ten powder, sugai. soap and
than air mall service All food packai kosher
ael
"14, is important to note, how-
.-. that this procedure will be
offered only to donors who be-
.. that because of the existence
,,f an emergency or special con-
In addition! |
Miami Beach Z UiyM
authorized to rden J
electrical appli shi
to Israel.
"This additional project
ditions. it is necessary to incur acjded to the program 0f the \V\
the additional expense of 16%c branch oi the Zion si Organ,, I
word for the cable in order tion 0f America in resDonT
; to speed up deliveries," Seymour tne numerous reques-
B. Liebman, program chairman the Zionist office." rewsul
Isaid. "The usual procedure of air : Liebman.
mail orders insures adequately
GORDON ROOFING AND
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Hav* you. roof repaired now; you
will aav* on a naw roof later
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Ben Rela-
ked to
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LINDA BRANDS, Inc.
Exclusive Distributors of the Famous
KOSHER ZION
th'livatetufcn Products
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck.
cantor.
At m >'
- ,-.- Hotc I:
1; Iti v.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
!' l-lay
-
. ., .1. 1.. g, n lv dI the Talmud.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
ItAbhl I le Koven ill 1 ''
-.-i \ i.-. Fi 1 p.m Saturday
when he I iK ", iln-
! -i ,.f the Week Hebrew
FOR RENTFOUR MEETING
ROOMS AND TWO LARGE
AUDITORIUMS
Also completely equipped large
Kosher Kitchen for Weddinos. Bar
Mitivahs. Card Parties and Lodge
Meetings. Plenty ot Parking Space.
PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER
4-5922, FOR INFORMATION
CUISINE
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
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VEGETABLES
Air Conditioned
ns-:ii5Zia5-:w TEA! hei:hs
The Hebrew Teachers Acs'n. of Greater M;ami requests all
Hebrew Teachers seek;ng pos;tions in this area to contact
our Placement Committee before making arrangements with
any institution.
Call 2-6039 or 87-6441
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
Often to
DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN
Wise Counseling Beautiful Landscaping
Perpetual Care Pre-Need Budget Plan
Special Protective Features
Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue
Office5505 N.W. 3rd Street Phone 83-2163
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec Vice-Prident
ROBERT YAFFEY. Sales Director
K fl I fi II f,i fvi'vii rtvtteripkion
wJewlslh floridi&n
Commercial M'rinting Department
120 N-E- Six,h Street. Miami
Phones 9-6708 2 11 AT
Call us for an estimate on all your printing needs
Operated by ROBERTS PRINTING CORPORATION
(940 on Your Dial)
EVERY SUNDAY
12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M
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6:00 to 7:00 P. M
A VARIETY OF STARS IN THE
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Listen to our eae!*l Feature at
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Southern Beverages
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Phone 3-3121


FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1950
New B'ncii B'rith
Lodge Organized
Ben Bloom lias been appomU-il
president of the new
Ige being organized
in th I' ih-Miami Springs
it has been an-
. c H. Jacobson, B'nai
ncil director.
, irary officers in-
clude: Dr. Lester Gordon, secre-
William Kneapler,
urer. Dr. Gordon is member-
ship chairman for the Hialeah
ar( | :. i Dr. Nathan Friedman
ill canvass Miami Springs for
bers in the new
lodgi
I irter members enrolled at
>cond organizational meeting
last week include Nathan Becker,
Di. Nathan Friedman, Ben Bloom,
Leo Gelvan, Harry Gordon, Dr.
Lester Gordi n, William Kneapler,
Isidore Koi nblum, Harold Lebow,
Gilbert Levy, Phillip Lyons and
John Strunin.
I Next organization meeting of
the group will be held on Sunday.
October 8. at 10:30 a.m. at the
I offices of Dr. Lester Gordon, 407
I Hialeah Drive. Persons interested
I in becoming charter members are
invited to attend the meeting.
*Jewist rkridttan
i Card Party Slated
Women's Division 692 of the
men's Circle will sponsor a
Ht card patty Saturday eve-
ning, October 7, at the Labor
25 Washington Ave., Mi-
< Bi ach.
Spivack is chairman of
' ''' and reservations may
be ma >3, >
PAGE ELEVEN
Lsiialoma 4roiip
To >!<'* Monday
I Shaloma Group of Hadassah
Iwill hold its first meeting on
[Monday. October 9, at 1 p.m. at
Ithe Sorrento Hotel, Mrs. Bernard
Goldberg, president, has an-
nounced.
The newly elected officers will
be installed by Mrs. Milton
Kirkin. A icport on the organiza-
Ition's national convention, recent-
lly held in New York, will be
given by .Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
The New York Sun sold for the
Irorld-record price of $40,000 in
B837.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N- mi: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
. "i la encaged in business
' tltlona name >( op v
atx-K.\ r.A :way inn, located at
Em iC, 't.' 5lvd- "''' Lock",
' BVarMa and Intends to
>e said fictitious ;,. ,
..f the Clerk ..r the Circuit
Da.le County, Florida.
ROBERT U HAMILTON
Kuye & Moldan
Norman uuier
Giller To Design
Housing Project
Architect Norman M. Giller was
recently selected to design the
low-rental housing development
tor the Miami Beach Housing
Authority.
The 50-unit project will consist
of one. two and three bedroom
apartments. Designed for eco-
nomical construction, the units
nevertheless stress maximum
utility.
This program will serve a two-
fold purpose. In addition to pro-
viding adequate housing for the
low income family, it will also
remove one of the bad slum areas
of Miami Beach.
Giller has been included in the
1950 edition of "Who's Who in
the South and Southwest."
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY niVEN thai
lined, .....K,lge .,,
r the rjctltlous m..... |
BAR AND PACKAGE
1 I Way, Mh n .
to resjlsi wild name
1 lit i :ui i ..I

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owner
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350 Lincoln Road
Suile 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave.
OCULIST'S
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
fe
i V
maaff
THE 3E5T IN KOSHER FOODS
Miami Beach
"Caterers
of
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For All Occasions
NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE
Ou, consultants are prepared to visit you in your home
ojjer advice and suggestions without obligation.
Call 5-2655 or 86-5000 Ask for Boris
DOOM
TO
X>&
through the use of sfflr
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i
PHONE
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SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST
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Person Sought
Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women ..-.
.tag Isidore Shreckinger in behalf
"i his nephew. David Beglaiter
BOW living in Lodz. Poland. Any-
one knowing the present where-
abouts of Mr. Shreckinger is asked
i" call the council office, 3-6554.
BBGUiriitrwiir
old Interfaith
'<'Ur.imOH.ll
An interfaith program will be
sponsored by the Hillel Chapter
S"ai.Br"th Girls- on Wednesday.
October 11, at 8 p.m. at the Coral ,
uables Jewish Center.
. Participants in a panel discus- |
sion on the subject of tolerance
and understanding will be the
wTi, S aHa" of the Wesley
Methodist Church; the Rev Ed-
iw- ,Gr^am ,ot the Mt- Zin
B^ptlst, Church; Rabbi Morris1
Skop of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
The film. "Of Human Rights."
wilt be shown through the aus-
pices of the Florida regional office
of the Anti-Defamation League.
Ihe program is under the di-
rection of Barbara Levy. Assisting
her are Miriam Sekerewitz and
Renee Ellis. President Irma Plot-
kin will preside.
Youth groups of all faiths have
been invited to attend the meet-
ing which is open to the public
Isaiah Women
To Meet Honda v
Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah will
rV k .1 mV meetin a* the Shore
Club Hotel on Monday, October
-. at 1 p.m.
i Speaker of the day will be Mrs
Anna Brenner Meyers, prominent
attorney who recently returned
trom her thud visit to Israel.
Social events of the year will
be outlined by M s. I!
Gutman. ways and means chair-
man. Mrs. M. J. Jacobi, member-
ship chairman, will announce
plans for .. membership tea.
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Grade A. Soil
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Phone 40335
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When a fellow (oi a'tonrling
01 loTely iinel young thing
Chanm an he'l! wind up giving hti
I sparkling wedding ling.
Bui belort they lit the nuplial knot
Wall ht. 'em agitation
By inviting them lo Hilcrall
For their wedding invitalioa.
There's beaotv in Ihe craltsmamhlp
01 Hilcralt'i line engraving.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1950




Aged Home Opens
Drive For $250,000
carr.-
'250.000 for the
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night by
Xudj I B. Si lent
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HELEN HAYES Will STAR
IN T-DAY BROADCAST
Obituaries
ABE GROSS
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MRS HELEN FISHER

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Miller
Electric
Co.
Quality Contracting
and
Service
404 S.W. 8th Avenue
Phone 9-2477
He'.er. Hayes. "First Lady of the
American Theater,- will be
starred in a Uni!ed Jewish Ap
peal broadcast to be heard over
the network of the American
Broadcasting Company from 7:00
to 7:30 p.m. (EST. on Sunday.
October 8. Entitled "Formula lor
Life." the program will be broad-
cast in connection with National
"C-Day |"C" for CashCash for
Life). Eddie Cantor is chairman
of this special cash coHection ef-
fort, which is being conducted in
communities throughout t h e
country. The UJA provides as-
sistance to "deadline" immigrants
going to Israel, and to other
homeless and impoverished Jews
through its three agencies: the
United Palestine Appeal, the
Joint Distribution Committee.
and the United Serrice for New
Americans. The program will be
hiard locally over station WQAM.
Iladassah I nit
Will Hold Tea
apter of Had
ts fall
tea te be held at l
tables v.' men's Club
r 9, at 2 p m with
.; '. v siding
sent a re-
port on t H na-
n Thi l iin-
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Mrs Leslie B ik : I
rsdepict-
ious Hada
-- in charge
- Mrs Emanuel
: ic Ste:n
Stevens. co-
Mrs W .. n Schifl
Mrs ': G '"-
Harry Engle.
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VRS. ROSE HAIFETZ
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Muttow To Narrate
ADL Radio Program
Edward R. Murrow. noted news
commentator, is the narrator in
The Case of .Mice Pardee.
fourth program in the new radio
series the New Frontier to be
heard on station WIOD at 10:4d
a.m. Sunday. October 8.
-The Case of Alice Pardee" is
a 'adio documentary on discrimi-
nation in employment. The story
details the unwarranted heart-
break that befalls some Ameri-
cans in their search for jobs and
of a new law that is designed to
: ome prejudice.
The program was produced by
tht for Democratic Ed-
ucation in cooperation with the
New York State Commission
against Discrimination and is
being presented in Greater Miami
,by the Florida regional offiej
Anti-Defamation League A B-nai
i B'rith.
The Civil War developed an ip.
people,
petite for news among th(
RIDLNG CLOTHES
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TURNER'S SPORT SHOP
40 S. E. First Street
Phone 2-6937
Miami 32, Florida
TEAM OUTFITTERS
SPORTSWEAR
S. J. Freedman
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washinqton Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Si*.
Hebrew Religious SuppBee
For Synafloguea and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
Telephone 5-9017
Beth David Women To
Hold Membership Tea
SisV hood will
a membt '-ea on
v.' lnesday, October 18. a: 1:30 f
r.agugue.
Rabbi M :: Shapii will be
---'-: : ' '
rship chairman.
skit I '' "
- will participate-.
See 0- Pi-.ne M
NAT GANS
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Metropolitan Life Ins Co.
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Coral Gables Jewish Center
Liberal Congregation
is desirious of engaging the services of a Cantor
for Friday evening and Saturday morning
services.
32C Pclenr.o Ave.. Corel Gables
Phone 48-3C73
(apt. JoVs Fish Marts
When ill want the highest qualitv fresh fish obtainable.
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Phone 48-8867
Back to Normal
After a
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Holiday Season
And Ready to Serve
You With the Finest
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Mr. H. Zaidman
Suits Don't Forget
Shop With Confident* Whore
the Customer I* Always Ilifl'*1
at the
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153 N. W. 5th Street
Telephon
e 3-143"
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WTTT1490 on Your Dial
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAN R LYONS
Newscaster and Historical
Narrator
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SUNDAY FROM AM.
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MON, WED. AND FRi. FROM
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1950
*Jenist fkridHan
North Shore Women
Plan Style Show
A membership rally and fashion
show have been scheduled by the
North Shore B'nai B'rith Women
f,r Wednesday, October 11, at 8
p_m, at the Monte Carlo Hotel,
ling to Mrs. Bernard Hoff-
president.
.light of the affair will be
an address by Mrs. Harry Kauf-
man, vice president of District
Five B'nai B'rith Women, on "The
lights of B'nai B'rith."
V selections will be offered
!,. Mrs. Harold Russe, accom-
| by Charles Sameth. and
. North Shore Women's Choral
Group, composed of the Mesdames
Q e Levenson. Herbert Cohen,
,: Silverstein, Lewis Hunting-
I n, '' njamln Tanner. Melvin
\ n. Lawrence Medoff and
: layman.
Tcllegan will serve as com-
nted by Sonia Renee
: Shop.
Louis Sherman, member-
man, is in charge of
gements. Assisting her are
M- ,1 -eph Schwartz, co-chair-
Mrs. Sanford Levine, pub-
Mrs. Aaron Tubin and Mrs.
Kimmel. refreshments;
Mrs. Stanley Phillips, fashion
show: Mrs. Leo Solomon and Mrs. I
Abe Jay. invitations.
Sootin Heads
Congregation
Hyman Sootin was elected
president of the Downtown Syna-
gogue (old Beth Davjd)) at a
meetine of the group last Thurs-
day night.
Other officers of the congrega-
tion include Morris Silver vice
president; Joseph Linder fi-
nancial secretary: Julius Erstling
recording secretary; Louis Jacobs-
Kind, treasurer.
Members of the board of ad-
ministration are Ben Serkin, Sam
Zelkowilz. Harry Simons, Ben
Siegler and Louis Schwartz.
Sootin has announced that the
group will redecorate the building
in the near future. He also re-
vealed that all efforts are being
made to increase the membership.
Services are being held three
times daily.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Kholi m Lodge CTf Week Program To
Feature Dr. Williams. Bert Friedman
Miss Freund To Display
Clay Molding At Meeting
Estelle Freund will present a
clay molding demonstration at the
next meeting of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Community
on Wednesday, October 11,
at 8 p.m. at Hialeah City Hall.
Plans are being formulated to
establish an arts and crafts pro-
gram for adults.
Lubitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Morris
Lubitz, former, operator of the
Oxford Hotel, 140 N. Miami Ave
will take place Sunday, October
8 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemeterv
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. Mr. Lubitz Is survived by his
widow, his parents, two sons, one
daughter, four brothers and one
sister. He was a member of Beth
David Congregation. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
B. A. Barkai. Israeli journalist, is
, pictured interviewing Nobel Prize
winner. Dr. Ralph Bunche. Barkai
will discuss his interview wiih
the Palestine mediator Sunday,
October 8, at 2:30 p.m. over Sjjnon
Seiden's Jewish Forum over sta-
tion WFEC.
The Associated Press first used
typewriters in 1885.
Beach Mizrachi Women
Will Present Film
Miami Beach Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women will present the
film, "Dream of My People," with
Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt on Sat-
urday, October 15, at 8 p.m. at
the Beth Jacob Synagogue. AH
proceeds will go for the orphan
children in Israel, according to
Mrs. Nat Hochman. president.
tiolden Agers To
Hold Social
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami Jewish Community-
Center will hold its first get-
together of the new season Sun-
day, October 8, at 2 p.m., accord-
ing to Rudolph Koses, president.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff whose topic will
be "Life Is Beginning."
The opening Golden Age Forum
will take place at the center
Tuesday, October 10, at 2 p.m..
according to an announcement by
Samuel Rothstein. chairman. First
speaker of the series will be
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
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Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president and dean of the faculty 1
of the University of Miami, will
share the platform with Bert i
Friedman, a former United Na- !
tions secretariat worker, at ;i
special United Nations' Week
observance, sponsored by Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
The meeting, featuring a dis-
cussion of the subject, "The
United Nations. Its Structure and
Interpretation," will be held on
Tuesday, October 10. at 8:15 p.m
at the Beth El Congregation.
Friedman will tell of some of
the unusual human interest stories
which take place behind the
scenes in the United Nations. A
former fighter pilot with the 9th
Air Force, he served with the
Lnited Nations Secretariat, where
he prepared official proceedings
of the United Nations General
Assembly, the Security Council
and Trygvie Lie's press confer-
ence.
Dr Williams received his
bachelor of arts degree at Har-
vard and a second bachelor of
arts degree at Cambridge. Eng-
j'j He obtained his master's
and doctor's degree in history at
Harvard. Dr. Williams was ap-
pointed dean of the Liberal Arts
school at the University of Miami
in 1946 and became vice president
and dean of the faculty in 1948.
Dr. Williams has served as mod-
erator of the Miami Round Table
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews since 1941
and he is a director of the Haven
School at Kendall and a member
of the board oi the United Nations
Association in Miami.
The program is under the di-
rection of Sanford M. Swerdlin,
chairman of the South Florida
Americanism and civic affairs
committee of B'nai B'rith.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
vJeHisti Flcr/idfjan-
FRIDAY, OCTOBRR c
1950
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE riR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL OR'TIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
RUTH -MARIAN KAMPP GANIS.
Plaintiff, vi. MURRAY OANI8, De-
fsndant.
j. MURRAY QAN1S
2875 Sedgwlck Avenue
Sew York, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY ordered and
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, .' copy of whi.h is enclosed
herewith, on the plaintiff's attorney,
and Hie the vrlKinal in Hie Office
of the rierk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 3 day of November.
1950. Otherwise the allegations of said
. will be taken ai i nfi .--! by
^DATED at Miami. Florida, this 3
dav of ictobi
l: B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl. rk of the Circuit Court.
lit Court Seal)
R 11. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
A. J k w: \N. Esq.
Solicitor I
!

_______________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN '... THE
v fiRt'i n
N AN!' I"' >R DADE
STY IN CHANCERY, No.

\ :. Plaintiff, vi
!
SUIT >"' 'R D1V' iRCE
JOHN MACHALEK
...
'-'> ...
Ltlfied thai a Bill
| Divoro ha I
filed you, and >"U an re-
, opy ,,f your Am
... | ||ng tu the Bill of Complaint
Attoi nej b, PALL" >T,
SILVER, TATHAM .. WAYNE. 1214
... Miami Floi Ida, and
I Pleading
,. f the 'lerk of the .
i t Court on or befoi e the 3rd ,
\ ou fall to
will be
ou f<>r thi rellel de.
;
d once
live Weeku
[ONE ANI i '".1 >ERED at M
1 A.D
i: 15 NEATHERM vN, CJ.
I
R WILSON,
I
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I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN i

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I
Anon i -
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE < !-
TO^^TO WHOM THESE PRE8-
ENTS SHALL COME. OREBTIN08:
This is to certify that, whereas,
Marx Faber, Miami. Florida
Estelle Klmball, Miami. Florida
,..-.- rtuken, .Miami. Florida
did on the first day Of March. A.D.
l!-4!" cause tu be ncorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10096. Lawa
of Florida. Acts of IMS, D *: D Al To
TRIMMERS SUPPLY. INC..
poratlon. with it- principal place of
M at Mlam Dad* ><-""t>'
In the state of F-i Is and *
the proper officers of well
did -n the hid daj A.D.
io be filed In the ofl
. the Sei retary of Stati I State
..; Florida, a duls authenticated res -
luti.m 'y'11*
.. Laws of Florl la, A -
Showing t '' .'"""
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bei ...
IN B '"'
Stati
ber, A.D IS
,SKAI-' R A GRAY,
:-
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT '< i R'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
OK FURIDA, IN AND F" >R
'( 'I 'N ,'Y IN i 'HA SCERY, Si
:': f
JCI'ITII f!R< 'VER, l vs.
HERBERT liRi 'VER. I" ndant.
SUIT F" iR 1 'IVi 'ROE
Tl I HERBERT GRi >VER
'.il Ji rome Avenue
Bronx, New York
So are hi rebj notified thai Bill
of 'omplalnt for 11 vorce hai
against you, and you
to serve a I inswet
: Pleading t" the Bill uf Compla nl
un the Plaintiff's Attorneys, I'ALLOT.
SILVER. TATHAM & WAYNE. 12H
- Bld Mia il, Fl
rile thi Anawi r oi I'll
In the i Mi.....< the C!< i of the
Circuit Court o befori the. 1st da)
. f November, 1850. If you f- 11 to il"
.... j idgn nt b> default will !
. ii< [ demanded
i:i the Bill of Complaint.
. -!; li bi published once
e weeks
. ji ... ;
done and ordered at >
; -
A.D "
LEATHERMAN. C
III Court. 1
I IV I Si
Bj \VM. W. STOCKING,
r.\l.I.| >T, SILVER,
TATH VM .v WAYNE
_ I

.'-
:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW -%_
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlna to enitatte In
business under the fictitious name of
Pittsburgh Mover, at MlIN. ^
Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends to register
said name with the ( lerk of the
Circuit Court of P rAEI. BERLIN
s, ile Owner
io/f-M-10-r;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ___
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the ''ct'ti-'ij* nf <
. Men's Shop at |S57 Waahlng-
\ve Miami Beach. Intends to
register said name with the i lerk or
the Circuit Court of Dad County.
ROBERT OREENBERG
Bole iwner
EDWARD s KLEIN
\... applicant
605 Llnc'ln Road
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Wendv James Co. at r.7 N.E. 1st Street.
Inland to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ___
HAROLD ME1.TZER
WALTER FELTMAN
i iwners
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for applicants
10/6-13-20-:?
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Bobble Evans al Miami Reach. Dade
County, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the ( Ircult
Court of Dade County. FJorWa.
ESTELLE R. STEIN
PHILIP STEIN
t iwnera
in 6-13-20-17 ____
T.,e Jackson" >;;: ,"';;
County. Florida. Intend i,''""1*
said name with the ivrk "!,'*'
Circuit Court of Dade Countv vi ,h
ARNOLD SKLT/i.-;."11-
JACK PINKEL6TB},
Owners
10/6-13-20-L>7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW US
NOTICE IS IIERERV GIVEN ft-
tho undersigned, desiring t., 7
business under the fi.tiii..,. .' :
Lynns al B7 N. E. i-t street iSJES ?
register said name witl H2J2
th..^ .Circuit Court of Dad. C
HAROLD MELTZER
WALTER FELTMAN
'w ners
MYERS. HERMAN A KAPLAN
Attornevs for appll
10/6-13-20-27
LIFE-TUBES
j here!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.'thai

It.NAL
. I HA'IE GUIDE
.oltlDA H AND
I. I'l.i sIB.II 'A li 'RANT
A.N
,ND liEVER-
:. WINE AND
IN A L
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-
STATES
:al, INC
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BY GIVEN
-
tltiou I
.-. :.:.
Ave. C
reglsti Clerk of
the in f Dade 'ounty,
I
.1 :.wi T. REICH
Sole Ow
II : iLD T VNNEN
for appl
l lldg.
n -i 1-2 --:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi to engage in
> the fictitious I
Florida t 2398 S W
- v tend to n glBter
. .; ihi Clerk ol
i t Court 'ounty. 1
ALEX d BEN GRi iSSMAN
B
ORDER 0=- PUBLICATION
IN THE H'RT OF THE
IT IN AND
TV FI/iRIDA
IN f'HAN
i HN SW'OCHAK. I'
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I

E I! LEATHERMAN,
Ircult I
(C
R II RICE. JR.,
Deputy
GEi IRGE .1 TALIANOFF
Attorne: foi Pis Intlff
4:'' Lin 'oln R.
Mi.,' Florida

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITICK IS II ilVEN thai
the un : ngage In
i.-i- .
Roy's '.,' s \\
Street, Intel I no me
with the del Cl lit i
I iade Cou K irlda
w HEELER 1.. HAMIL.
Sol, Ov
ELI BREGER
Attornej for applicant
.'.-. Lincoln Road
1" 6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN "i 'I'NTY .11"! SB'S < il'RT. DADE
C< H'XTV, FLORIDA.No 23
RE: ESTATE I IF
El HTH VV1LLETT SURKEIN.
1 i..1.
N< '! -i have
filed mj rm l i petition for
I- inal Dlsoh ... Vdmlnls-
(' T A ol thi estate of EDITH
WILLETT SURKEIN, .1.....as,
thai on thi 7th day of Novi
the Hoi
v\' 1" BLANTi IN. Count) Ju
I iade Count> .1- .
11 dis-
ti \
Estate ol
w ". RKKIN, di ceasi d.

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W I HI.'-

Ippi ..\ .i! <,:
' for fin Ikn s Admli
of (he EstWe ol SARAH BRA UN-
STEIN. I ii eased
This l'7i!i day of September, 19S0
MAURICE BRAUN8TEIN
MAX I: SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
/2 10/6-13-2U
A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami
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Louis E. Pollot, President


HDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1950
P
I
LEGAL NOTICE
N0TICE BV PUBLICATION
nil' CIKCl'IT COURT OP Till-:
.... ,-\ I N'TH JUDICIAL ciRCI'IT
Ev AND KOR DADB COUNTY,
^CKIDA, IN CHANCERY, No.
!.! r BUTL.BR, Plaintiff, vs.
AtHIUNE m. BUTLER, Defend-
'(ATHRINE M. BUTLER
Road
. Massachusetts
ACQUIRED I" m-iv.- a
i it, to the mil of
,,n the plaintiff's attorneys,
ill answer In the
i k the Circuit
. fore the 1st day of
i he above enl 'i I- l
... i hi i w Im b l ci ee
.... ill be entei .-ii against
j 2Sth day of Bepti mber,
n r-E cucpm w.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
i:j it' II. RICE, .lit..
Deputv Clerk.
v i :t
i
: iti ... h, I lorlda
Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
OTK'E Is HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage in
. imlii the fictitious name of
,. !.\ MANOR KOSHER REST-
RANT i No, 2 Lincoln Road,
. intends in register said
Clerk of the Circuit
County, Florida.
mm l.i >U CORPORATION
I Lincoln Road
UCK & SHAPIRO
.iliplii'iint
:. Road
LEGAL NOTICE
^Jewisti f/trrfu.
PAGE FIFTEEN

bXKT
Ml
I
in Re: ESTATE OF
crA5JSS.,"AAC F,f":'";<:.
To All Creditor
l'_' Claims or
' demands which you, or
;!;: t^nuJ^aTfrWd!
County Judge of Dndo
file the same in
!;-i-i:' feg,ara0d,drdeman-d''
claimant and to l. .,.
presented us aforesaid,
he barred. See Section 120
Probate Act
D.ii
'lalma and
ith.r ,,f
sand All Persons Hav-
Uemandi Against Said
RLANTON,
'" inty, and
his office In the
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TlP,!,T PUBLICATION
I.V'uT J,' I'l'IM. CIRCUIT
corvTY DA;V? AX" ""OR dade
1354,1 ~ IN CHANCERY, No.
JOM '' .''''Kl-:v- P'alnttff,
fenda*,, AJ*A HICKEY.
T. i-, Sl !'' '''"" DIVORCE
-ni i Hlckey.
'"i Ionising Stre.
''''"al.....KM. T,.
rou are hcreliy
of Complaint for
Hied against you
in serve a
Pl< tiling ti
the plaintiff]
vs.
IL-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i Bill
been

Inotice under fictitious
NAME LAW
.TICK I; HEREBY GIVEN that
ed, desiring to engage In
i> : the fictitious name of
|aK' i: N'l ROOP COATING CO. at
N. u T-li Avenue, Miami, Plor-
to register said name
: k o( the Circuit Court of
i- County, I- lorlda.
mirray pearce
ix essen, ks4j.,
murray pearce
Inotice under fictitious
NAME LAW
.TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
:.- I, d siring to engage In
the fictitious name of
111.v MANOR KOSHER CATER-
lit N'... .' Lincoln Road. Miami
h, im. to register said name
the Circuit Court of
". iila.
MACLOU C( IRPI IRATK IN
- 1 I.inc..In Road
UCK & vpiRo
pplicaiil
I
demands
as of the
"" to ami
or same will
"i the 1933
Si ptemher 20, A.I. i'.-,n
MAURICE PRIEDBERO
As Executor of the Last Will and
.;,!;';:;?!;:' charles saac
wv -in .''-' Pleased.
UAl.l hi: C. KOVNER
,,,!V!'."VV r'"' executor,
MAI rice PRIEDBERO
9/22-29 10/6-13
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
N*ME tAW
I1 HEREBY OIVEN that
n. d, desiring to engage In
the flct Itlous name of
1 0L.N A NOR RESTAURANT at
n Road, Miami Beach,
iister i-.i i circuit Court of Dade

\ci.i .c i'i iRPORATION
No. 2 Lincoln Road
HAP1RI i
tpplicant
I Road
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I, desiring to engage In
the fictitious na.......r
cellatlnn si .e Baton al 316 4lst
Beach, Kin.. Intenda
i i name with the Clet k
Courl of Dade County,
111.
RNARD SCHNEIDER
e Owner
COL'RSHON
i
Pl.t.
Applicant
,v. .H?.T,CE TO CREDITORS
IV ':v','(),.';N"TY JL'DOES COURT
mn&SR "l: D*DE COUNTY,
LM7IH ~ IN ''"""ATK, No.
rnpATEMOKrTE.P LAOT WILLOX
,.,, [ : '. '.s; V1" known as MRS.
ceawS '" X PATBRSON; De-
To All Creditors and All Persona H.iv-
Estate- '"' "'"':""is Against Said
You, anil each of you, are hereto
notified and required to present nnv
claims and demands which you, or
either of y..... may have against the
estate o Mary wfllox Patel son. als.,
known as Mrs, i harles John Paterson,
J.....fl 'ate or Dade County, Florida
to the Hon. \v. f. Blanton, County
Judge of Undo County, and file the
same In his office in the County Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first 'publication hereof. Said
Claims or demands t,, contain the legal
address of the claimant and to lie
sworn to and presented as aforesaid
or same will be barred, s.e Section
120 of the i:.:;:; probate Act,
'Date September 11. A D, I960
MARGARET B. McDONALD
As Executrix of the Last win and
l.st.mient of MARY WILLOX
PATERSON, also known as MRS.
i HARLES JOHN PATERSON,
I leceased.
MYERS, H El MAN ft KAPLAN
By LOUIS HEIMAN
Attorneys for Executrix
9/22-29 10/6-13
t,
nnessi
notified thai
Divorce has
'" and you are required
,'i'':- r,V,f, your *
'h; '-"l of C.......lain) on
Alii. .,, \ A i .mi!,I \\',i tu
V I v r",;",' ,'"""" "" before the
a das of October, 1950, If v., fall t,,
J"1 "o, Judgrneni by defau^Vm oe
taKen agalnsl you tor the relief d..
"Ii.|.1;'1"1 "J. the Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall be pubfishe........,.
n Th t ,.' r".'','' "'nsecutlve weeks
in rne, Jewish Plorldian.
DDNE ',\.\|. ORDERED at Miami
Plorlda, this 18 day of September; a!!>:
B. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk
<-h';;;:;:: \:x:-r......v.^iiu.
By u M. w. BTOCKINQ,
ARNOLD watts "'""J '''"k
R628 N.U". 82nd Avenue
-Miami. Florida,
A'''"'""-v f'"' Plaintiff
! L'2-l'ft In i;-i:!
NOTICE is' HEREBY OIVEN thai
'he undersigned, desiring to entirige In
!.': '.'.7. '!1'""1' "" nctfiious......... or
THE JEW EL HALES CO. al 12 Morth
tor?iiA^rnU.e.VMlaml' "orlda. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
Plorldn. '""' r""" "' ""l" Couny.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Til
I I'll judiAal CIRCUIT IX \\
BEN ESsSWsir^ SHOP" INC
Attorney fur
TS,E,iKWEL SHOP, INC
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A I I.a W No. 24349
SHORES REALTY, INC., R 1
corporation, Plaintiff, va CARNI-
VAL SWEET SHOPPES, INC.. a
Florida ci.riK.ration, Defendant
-Nntlie i> h. : i.l.v Uice.i th'l T I
JIMMY Sl'LLlVAN-. She.itf otL'h
' ounty, Florida, by virtue of .. \\'i i
oi Execution Issu. d out ol the Circuit
Coui i ..I I lade County, Fli
:'tn day ..I September, 1950,
in the
that
c,,', ', '' V\N' l:S '' COOKLISH.
;; ;! Delivery. Boeough Hall
'"k ]' New-York, are hereby notU
V1 "'", Bl "< Complaint for
1 V" na" ......" ,il"1 against you
l"'1 >'"' ;"" required to serve i.....pv
i'^ii' "T ,'.X"'-"'M '" Pleading to the
'''I of i omplalnl on th
attorney, THB( .1 >< ire J
nlaintirr
HAK< IWITZ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ii- u...icrs,Ked. desiring t engage In
'.dvV^vv'; '..lo' "ctltlous name of
POINI [ANA BAR at 71'.-. N. K. it
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of bade County,
WILLIAM P. WYNN
..^..., ... "I!1N '' PARKER
STANLEY D. CA1DIN
Attorney for William K. Wynn and
Orln P. Parker
J/-22-TJ 10/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name ->f
Brooks Novelty Co. at 7138 Abbott
Avenue, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 >ad,. i tounty, Florida.
Leo i. br.....s
Sole Owner
9/15-22-29 10/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY OIVEN that
'I. desiring to engage in
the Hi tltious nan.....I
Ive Tailors at 162S
. Miami Beach, In-
1*1 name with the
circuit court oi Dade
BEN KESSLER
fOTlCE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
J HEREBY OIVEN that
tletfiring to engage in
I tlous name of
' I'.i.". Alton Road.
' tO register said
'Clerk of the Circuit
1 "',' I'unty, Florida
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A-MI 1.1, ROCKUN.
... I irtners
rz
1 Mi. ants
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till-: COUNTY JUDUE'X COURT
IN AND Fi>R HADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24697.
In Re: ESTATE OP
ANTIK.NV SICO,
l leceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified ami required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either Of you, may have against the
.'.-t.it.. of ANTHONY S'ICO, deceased,
late of Miami. I >ade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. I-- BLANTON
,v, J.,9TICE BY PUBLICATION
ii-T ',.''.'U'rlr COURT OP THE
II I 11 .11 DICIAL CIRCCIT IN AND
M>lt I.AUK COUNTY.IN CHAN-
CERY, No. I3S374
PEARL PRANCES SKINNER, Plain-
tiff, vs. DEPOE L. SKINNER, De-
fendant.
TO: DEPOE L. SKINNER
i o THE TI IMBS JAIL
NEW YORK, N. V.
YOU are hereby required to serve
a copy of your answi i to the Bill of
I Complaint for Dlvon.....n the Plain-
tiffs Attorney arid to file the original
answer in the < mi.......f the Clerk of
the i I., nit Courl on or before the 16th
day nf i Ictober, A.l.. 1950; otherwise,
the Pali of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be talon
as confessed by you.
DATED at .Miami, Florida, this II
day ol September, A.D. 1950.
!:. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Cade i tounty, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: w'.\i. W,
mseybold BjldlngTMIamirProridS:
and ft... th.. original Answei or Plead-
Kg ".'. th.....fi.e of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of October, I960. IT you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will i. taken
Rf .k iJISu f": ""' l'"li"f demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
Ft ,'.-,'K .\V" RDERED at Miami.
Horida, this 26th day of September;
. E. B. LEATHERMAN ''e.v-
Clrcult Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c. PEIOE,
THEODORE J. SAKLVvVrT^' ^
Attoi '!>- for Plaintiff,
922 S>l,l.| p.uihiing,
-Miami. Florida.
9/29 10/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business nnd.r the fictitious name of
BISCAYNE BEACH ACTS, at 620, 630
840, 660 and 660 34th Stint. Miami
i.e.-., h, Florida, intends to regiflti r
Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit
' ourt of Dade County, Florida,
MARSHALL APARTMENTS, INC
By I!.-., oilier, President
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/15-22-29 ln/fi
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN i: LYONS
911 t Xympla Building
Miami, Florida.
:i 22-29 10 6-13
STl ICKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, 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 4"4 Kith Sti.....t, Miami Beach,
Horida. intends to register said
fictitious name in the office of the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HAL KAYE
DAVID L. MOLDAN
Owners
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
! rsign.ll. desiring t,, engi
business under the fictitious nan.....r
BISCAYNE BEACH APTS, al 625, 635
645, Sao and 665 33rd Street, Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to n
name ith the Clerk of the i
Court of Dad.- County, Florldn,
CAROLE JEAN APARTMENTS, INC
By Bi n Oilier, Presldi nt
MYERS, HEIMAN A- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9 13 22-29 1" !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE [S HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ii.si.ing to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
I HE FROH.M VN MANUFACTURING
CO, at 3333 N. W. No, River Drive,
Miami, Florida, intend to register said
nan..- with the Clerk of the I i nil
Court of Dade County, Florida
PHYLLIS h I'.i IHMAN
HARRY PR( IHMAN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Phyllis Prohman and
Harry Frohman
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IRVING CYPEN
' ounty Attorney for Applicants
.imige of ps.de County, and file the" 120 Lincoln Road
same in ids office in the County
courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof,
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
Bald, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date September 15, A.D. 1950.
Mils EVA M TAYLOR,
As Administratrix of the Estate 6f
ANTHONY SICO, Deceased.
SIDNEY ROBBINS
Attorney for Administratrix
9 22-29 10/6-13
Ml.
9/1
ml Beach, Florida
-22-29 10/6
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nCE NamI^ FICTITIOUS
?Tti-i- ,NAME LAW
- HEREBY GrVEN that
cleslj mg to engage in

' s.iing to engage in
M \.-||iv,." ''.'"""US name of
:Ks I"N|-. TOOL K DIE
1;. |.\ ft. W. 37th Avenue.
ntend to ngister said
of iin ,. ',u "f the Circuit
V,,,'Ll:s RUBIN
[ Rubin,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,< engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUN & SURF SHOP at 7401 Collins
Avenue, Dade County, State of Florida,
intend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade
Count v. Plot ida.
JI'AL SHERIDAN
BEN STAREN
JAC1C A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
9/22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....(
BISCAYNE BEACH API'S, at 8300,
3310, S320, 3330 and 3340 Crespi
Boulevard, Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAUL APARTMENTS, INC.
Ilv Ben Oilier, President
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for ApiuJcant
9 15-21-29 10/6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t, engage in
business under the fictitious name of
\i" \ Printing Service at 28 x. 1:. 11th
Street, Miami. Florida, intend t-. regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dad.. Countv. Florida.
HERBERT ESSEN and
ROSE ESSEN,
I 'wners
MARX FA I: Kit
Attorney for Applicant!
Congress Pudding
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"'***^Of>
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3831
! N. K. 2,-d T. MIAMI t.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Golden Gate Grocery at -Cai South
Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt of
Dade Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL HOLTZMAN
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for applicant
9, 8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirins; to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
si IM di PLAZA HOTEL at 2129
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Horida.
HARRY Oi IL1 'HAGEN
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
:> '22-29 l" '6-13 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE?* that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS at 17
n.k. 14th street, Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
1 lounty, Plot Ida,
HENRY DONNER
RICHARD 8TRICHARTZ
Attorney for Henry Uonner
9/22-21 10/6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
135191.
LENA FLOWERDAY, Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE II. FLOWERDAY,
I '.tend,lit.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T( I: OE" IRI IE II PL. IWER1' \ V
RESIDENCE UNKNl >WN
N GEOROE II. FLOWERDAY,
Resilience Unknown, are hereby noti-
fied that Ft Rill of Cm].I.lint for
Divorce has been filed against .
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the 11 II
of Complaint on the plaintiff's \t-
torney, idimi.h SHAPIRi i, 927 Lin-
coln Road, Minml Beach, Florida, and
file tl.....rlglnal Answer or Pleading
In th.....'flee ..f th.- Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 7th
day of 1 .,t,.h,r, i960, if you fall to do
BO, judgment bj default ill be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Plorldlnn.
DONE AND ORDERED it Miami,
Florida, this 6th dnj of September,
A.D. 1950,
E. 1: LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal.
By It. II RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SH VPIRO
'2: Line,,In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney tor Plaintiff
9/15-22-1"! 1" il
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN' AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
135283.
ANN ELIZABETH FRAZEE, Plaintiff,
'* Don \l.D LAVERNE FRAZEE,
I .. -'end.1 lit'.
You. DONALD LAV ERNE FRAZEE,
106 B, Darling street, Angi.i.1. Indiana,
are reQUlred ti serve a copy of your
Answer t,, th,- Bill of Complaint for
Dlvor.....m plaintiff's attorney, Harold
Shapiro, ::: Lincoln Road, Miami
Bi ai h, Florida, and file th......
In the office Of the Clerk of this Court
on or before October i-. 1950, other-
wise a Decree Pro Confesso will be
entered against \. u.
Tins Notice shall be pah' ahed on
each week for tour consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Florldian.
I'.it.d September II, 1950,
H LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seali
By R, II RICE, JR.,
... Deputy Clerk.
9/1J-22-29 10/6
1 I lole li 1' m Bo..
1 irand Gas 1 >v< n n Ith Hoo 1
Elecl r c Me 11 11 tinder
i'i' Mop with mop sciueezer
Bakers '1 iblc
Lol Miscellaneous cooking utensils,
pol s, pans, knh es, !' 1 ks, etc ap-
proximately Mi pieces
PI "ore.....nt lights. 8 bulbs extra
Lot miscellaneous soft drinks
Lot mlscellai.......a canned goods,
small amount
Lot miscellaneous babj supplies
Lot miscellaneous flash light
batteries
Electric Juicer
Lot miscellaneous compai ts
Silverware stand
1 Electric Soup Kitchen
-' Dlsplaj Tal.l.s
1 Lot miscellaneous sugars, salt &
pepper
1 Lol mlscellai.....us .li.-li- -. approxi-
m itely 150 1 iei es
Lol napkin holders: 1 lot straws;
Lol misc. ash trays
l>.i miscellaneous silverware, ap-
proximately 150 pli ces
Lot mlscellai......is glasses, approxi-
mately D pll 1 B
l.ot miscellaneous sundae dishes,
approximately 30
1 Lot miscellaneous mustard dishes,
approximately Hi
1 Lol mlscell ineous creamers,
proxlmately 30 pieces
1 :s burner coffee maker, electric
1 2-burner Silex coffee maki r,
electric
Pair seal
1 Complete soda fountain with all
attachments
1 Ice ci earn box, 'i noli a
I < "oca 1 "i -in 1 ilspenser
1 Hack Bar, 3 |.li 1 w Ith Shi Ives
i pi.- i'i... with bottom cooler com-
partment
Hi t Fudge
Meyers Bullet Mixer
Tonstmaster Waffle Iron
Toast m:, ti roa
XI 'tHl 1 < inking 1 uuntaln with 1 e
Well
Pieci !". 1 iglng
Steam Table with Stoi k Pots
11, ;, Fryer
o Reachln Cooler
Sandwli h s
1 -bui n,i 1 '.as 1 looker
1 -hole Kit. hen Sink
1 Sat irlll Baker 1 'omblnatlon
All-Metal Back Par with II..
Kit, hen
, I Globe Me.it Sii, ,1-
1 Klei t I Ush isii, r compli te with
Tray and Drains-metal
I Table-tj pe 1 '.11 i Ipeni 1
1 Wall-type Pi ench I-1 > Sheer
2 1 'ii- a
Ms lonal 1 'ash Registers
1 Hai h Show Case with 1 'Igarette
I ';,se
7 Rolls Pins
10 Rasoi Si ta
I I '..rd Stand Displays
:: Hook Stand Displays
Step Stool
Lot miscellaneous cosmetli .-. huge
assort men!
Lot mis, ell.....1,11s sundries
Lending Library
1 I aSS ShOW I Uses, slide d,,l,l's
Long Dlsplaj Table, approximately
30 feel
l-.t miscellaneous toys, dolls, etc.
Lot mlscellai.....us soaps with dis-
play stand
Lol P.n. nted Medicines
l..,t mlscellai.......a Dye
Lot miscellaneous sl..... polish
Lot mlscellai.....us wash cloths
1 neons cni
Back W ill 1 Hsplay stands
Lol Toilet I'i
Card Dlsplaj Stiinil with Assorted
1
Z.nith Record Player
Lot miscellaneous Re.
Han.....is Toilet Articles.
ii. dpans, it.
Lol mis. 11.111. ..-is Hoi Water
Pottl.S
I Lot miscellaneous llnii 1 lye
I l,ot mis,-, iinn, ,,i;s si.in.i Heat
:th S.....
1 Medicine Bin with Slid.- Drawers
1 Wall-type Display Stands used In
nieili.-in room
1 Watei Hose
1 10-foot st.p Ladder
5 Neon SI
2 Pedestal Fans
-' Papet Holders with Wrapping
>er
1 Pan Baby Sc
6 Leather, tie Unthg
18 Bar stools ith backs
2 Par Stools withOUl hacks
1 Service Bar, approximately .i'i feet
long
as the property of the said CARNIVAL
SWEET SHOPPES, [NC a Florida
corporation, being the same property
upon which tie underslgni .1 has here-
tofore levied under the Distress
Warrant heretofore issued in the above
cause on August ::, 1950; that on the
16th day of October, 1950, between
the hours of sale, namely: between
11:00 o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00
o'clock in the aftemool.....i the said
day. at the premises on which a i I
property is located, .-."I N. \v. 103rd
stie.t, Dade County, Florida, I shall
offer tor sale to the highest bidder
for cash in hand, the above described
property.
Dated this 29th day of September,
JIMMY SULLIVAN
sheriff ,.f i lade County, Florida
B) JACK II BYER,
tj Sheriff
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for P
420 Lincoln R.....I
Mi.i ml i'.. a. h, Floi Ida
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6.1950



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KX>D FAIR Pr
STAR TIME
Good People of Little River, West Little River, Hialeah,
Miami Springs, Opa Locka, and all of North West Miami..
you camiedtkenem
to yoor neighbors and friends of your new low-priced
Food Fair store...
fit N. W. 27th Ave. & 81st St.
LOW-PRICED FEATURES EFFECTIVE ALL STORES THURS., FRI., SAT.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
*Ui ClMI"tt 4
BORDEN S SILVER COW
MILK 3-25- SUGAR 139
SUNSHINE SWEETS Foctory Pock
Veal Roast
BLUE R1B8ON :-9, -,..__ |b. KS(
legs or Rump* rrly ; "
n, 49c
Freshly Cut Fillets
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MAYFAIR, MINN. Shipped, Grade A
Large\\hiteEGGS-65
Skinless Franks Armours s,r
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* 49c
tfttB JiW FtUITS & VfGETABlES
U. S. NO. 1, CALIFORNIA
Carrots 217'
2 25
U. S. NO. 1 YORK STATE
MclNTOSH
Apples
Grapefruits^ 5 23-
Cranberries-coo ^ 25,
A FAMOUS PRODUCT, foster wo*hing
Fab
large
box
FYNE TASTE YELLOW CLING Halve*
19- Peaches s23
GARDEN GIFT
PEAS 10- FLOUR 139
GOLD MEDAL Ploin or SeK Rising
MAINE OIL
Sardines v 5- Jell 4 25
A FAMOUS NAME Six Flovor*
mimw juice
SWIFTNING
giant
SUNSHINE 46 01.
SHORTENING
3 1b.
tin
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Swift's Premium Peanut Butter
Lucky Leaf or Musselman's Apple Butter
Lady Betty Sweet Cucumber Pickles
Chewing Gum Beechnut. Wrigley's, Chiclet*. Dentyne
Fern's Sliced Beets
Buitoni Spaghetti Sauce *9 or Mushroom
Buitoni Macaroni or Spaghettis
Softex Toilet Tissue 1000 sheet rolls
Show C*Ofi 4*ty** 4di
ORANGE HUE wef**
One can make* 1': pint* ot Juice!
Big Tender,
Melting Drops
o( Garden
SweehM*!
Cm o! 70 CC
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17c
25c
Snow Crop Red Raspberries
Snow Crop Peas
2 39<
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2 ST 39
BIG SWEET
PEAS
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CUSHMANS C|"-N4V-'"
Coffee Cake
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Apple Sauce CakeW
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Hollywood
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1055 N w 6?nd Si
Ed.ton C.nter
Opn lot. Mon -Sol
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on 7th A*.
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