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The Jewish Floridian ( October 13, 1950 )

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ihdfewiisltUEIIiDipidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY f^SME 23-NUMBER 41 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS NEWS FLASHES Israel To Expand Asricultural Production WICHITA. Kans.. (JTA)—All ... ... ,-ganizations in Wichita J Israel securities for as low as $10 per share to the actual opening in Israel of a small selfoperated workshop, which under special circumstances, can cost as little as $10,000 cash, including transportation and housing for the investor and his family. • mvited to join a Comknunitv Council. Initiative in this Kove was taken by a group of 31 L, up representatives meeting in i 9 of the Mid-Kansas j, h. Welfare Federation. Federation has begun puba monthly newspaper, The Digest, which is edited by Melvm Witrogen. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., jX\i—The 1950 Charles Mickle fellowship of the University of j" Toronto's medical faculty has' been awarded to Dr. Selman Waksman, discoverer of streptomycin, it was announced here. %  Dr. Waksman, who is associated NEW YORK, (JTA)—"A Report from Israel" will be delivered by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, a national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, over the continent-wide facilities of the AmeriJWV Urges Review Of German Policy ASBURY PARK, (JTA) — The four-day 55th annual encampment of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States concluded here this week following the passage of resolutions calling for adoption of President Truman's JERUSALEM, (JTA)—An official announcement issued by the Premier's office here said that the Israel government— following consultations with local and foreign economic experts —has decided to expand agricultural production, as "vital to improvement of Israel's economic situation;" to increase exports and to lift the ban on capital want to combat soon the lack of import in the form 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 parliRutgers University here, is Ith'e 30th winner of the award. %  which is accompanied by an $800 leash grant. Dr. Waksman said he | ise the money to further his Iresearch work in microbiology. NEW YORK, (JTA)—Israel isIsued a new stamp this week [honorins the Maccabiah which is %  currently being held in Israel. I The stamp—olive and black—was -. % %  (.[ by the noted stamp designer of London, A. Games. It [bears the picture of a sprinter. IThe stamps are issued in sheets lef 50. civil rights program, increased Broadcasting Company's economic aid to Israel and opposi-^ sment a bill -filing for the float"Message of Israel" program on I t ion to the creation "now, or at i ing of a popular loan, backed by Sunday October 22 at 10 a.m.' an y time in th e future, of a new; gold, and will also—through a (EST) i German Army under independent: specially-reated association of 1 German command." municipalities—promote a nationEarlier, the veterans had urged I al lottery. Further, tourism will be a review of American policy in Germany and had declared that the establishment of an independent West German government had failed to meet the chief goals of American policy in PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) — A two-day weekend celebration marked the 100th anniversary of the Har Sinai Lodge of B'nai B'rith here. Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, U.S. Navy Chief of Staff, and Frank Goldman, president of B'nai B'rith, were the main speakers at the Centennial Dinner at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel. LOS ANGELES. (JTA)—Joseph |J. Cummins, publisher of the local I Anglo-Jewish newspaper, B'nai fB'rith Messenger, told a Federal [Communications Commission I hearing that he had "never heard Jany complaint against station IKMPC, or its owner, G. A. 'Richards'." The F.C.C. is investigating charges that Richards — owner of four radio stations — ordered news broadcasts slanted in an anti-Semitic manner. 'Tor more than 30 years," Mr. Cummins said, "I have been a militant Jew and I have been on the bjkout for people to go after in the columns of the paper, but I have never had anything against ds." LOS ANGELES, (JTA)—Several Jewish organizations received financial gifts from the AFL International Ladies Garment Workers Union's annual collection here. Institutions which received gifts included the Community Chest, City of Hope Sanitraium, Histadrut, Jewish Welfare Fund, Red Cross, Jewish Labor Committee and Mt. Sinai Hospital. encouraged through uie opening of special tourist shops where goods—including national merchandise—will tie sold to visitors from abroad. Another concession which the eradicating Nazism from Ger' government made—and which has many's political, economic and educational life. The JWV called for: 1. The democratization of Germany's economy and education; 2. The development of dependable democratic German been sought by proponents of free enterprise—is the sale of urban government land to private buyers undertaking building programs, or paying in foreign currency. More effective tax-collecleaderships to replace Nazis who j tion methods will be introduced, NEW YORK, (JTA) — Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein of Rochester, N. Y. has been elected National Chaplain of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. Rabbi Bernstein, president if the Central Conference of American Rabbis, became a member of the Fraternity as an undergraduate of Syracuse UniSigma Alpha Mu, an organization of Jewish college men, has 45 chapters and 40 alumni clubs throughout the United States and Canada. NEW YORK, (JTA)—The curretn issue of "Economic Horizons." monthly publication of the E mic Department of the Agency, outlines Jhe roles the small American capian play in the new Jewish 51 1 ;; irtunities for the small inx range from the purchase PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—Two scientific "miracles," X-ray and television, have created a new method to save lives and prevent suffering, it was revealed here this week at the Jewish Hospital. Experiments in long-range G-ray diagnosis by television have been successfully conducted at the hospital by Dr. J. Gershon-Cohen, chief of radiology, and Drs. Simon Berger, Mortimer B. Hermel, Victor Kremens, Samuel Levine and David Sklaroff, of the hospital's radiology department. With the new technique sick or injured patients in a small country hospital or other out-ofthe-way place can be provided with the benefits of instantaneous consultation with an X-ray specialist in a distant city. The new method is called "videognosis," involving the use of a television transmitter to send out the X-ray pictures, and an ordinary television receiver on which the radiologist miles away views them. The specialist and physician at the bedside confer by telephone, "reading" the X-ray picture, and discuss the necessary treatment. A similar technique is the "telognosis," the transmittal of X-ray photos by wire facsimile, using commercial telephone lines, which Dr. Gershon-Cohen has been experimenting with for the last two years. have returned to influential positions in government and industry and 3. The rejection of former Nazis as allied in the democracies' efforts to curb "Communist aggression in Germany." World War II naval hero Admiral William F. Halsey, who addressed the veterans, praised the valor of Jewish servicemen and women and pointed out that there is no bigotry in America's national cemeteries where the war dead are buried. Secretary of the Army Frank Pace, Jr., spoke on the Korean war. Henry Albert of New York was elected national commander of the group, succeeding Jackson J. Holtz of Boston. the communique said, and the government will undertake "certain measures abroad" to mobilize capital. foreign currency." Ingathering of the exiles, the ar.iiouncemen-. emphasized, increases the Yishuv and its needs more rapidly and on a larger scale than does expanded production. Nevertheless, it was stressed, the number-of Jews living in immigrant reception camps is decreasing and there is now almost full employment throughout the country. The government is enlarging its agricultural and industrial output, is increasing its exports and is conducting most development schemes with "great results" the announcement said. It was recalled in the statement that the Israel parliament had approved the government's "basic economic" policy and the "government will continue to act in accordance" with this policy. From time to time, however, it was added, the government will "review—in the light of constantly-changing conditions—the adjustment and implementation to new needs." The announcement also said that immigrants and investors will be permitted to bring in The announcement stressed that | goods under government control. "no changes are intended" which would hinder mass immigration and absorption, although "these impose heavy responsibilities on the state and its citizens." The announcement added: "The government does not promise an easy salvation. The state's difficulties emanate from defense needs, ingathering of the exiles and conquering of the desert — programs unparalleled by any other country. Those difficulties cannot be removed easily or soon. We also Legislators Receive Invitations To Klan Pow-Wow In Live Oak Local B'nai B'rith Lodges Poised For Membership Campaign To Open Sunday Nine B'nai B'rith Lodges Florida are poised for the | for < South_ Florida. North Shore | i: *n.,l to launch "the biggest Members of the Florida legislature have received invitations to attend a meeting of the Ku Klux Klan at the Court House in Live Oak, Florida. Saturday evening. October 14, it has been revealed by Gilbert J. Balkin, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The Klan invitations — badly mimeographed postcards—which attack religious and human relations agencies are signed by Bill Hendrix, "grand dragon." Hendrix, Balkin disclosed, is the designated agent of the Original Southern Klans, Inc.. in an application to carry on business within the state. The application was filed with Secretary of State R. A. Gray in Tallahassee by the Original Southern Klan, Inc., in March, 1949. "The people of the state should be aware of the activity of the Klan in our state at the present time," Balkin said. He pointed out that the Original Southern Klan. Inc., as well as the Association of Georgia Klans and Associated Klans of America are in' eluded in the United States Attorney General's list of subversive organizations. These groups are characterized \ as "organizations which have un-American mobs will not be allowed to terrorize minority groups in this state," the governor said. "The open flouting by the Klan of Gov. Warren's declaration poses a grave threat to the security and safety of the people of Florida, together with a blight on the good name of our state," Balkin said. "The governor and appropriate state agencies are called upon to take immediate necessary and effective action with respect to hate organizations and activity which undermines needed American unity through the fomenting of prejudice and bigotry. According to Balkin, the Klan invitation includes the statement: "One of the rottenest boards in the state of Florida is the welfare setup, which is causing our old people untold hardships to get a measly few dollars pension, while we are taking the money and promoting an illcgitmate race of White and Negro children." More about the Klan next week. Public bodies operating in Israel will be required to hand in their income from overseas campaigns in foreign currency, while organizations with established institutions—such as Hadassah—will be permitted to bring in goods for their institutions, subject to government approval. membership drive in B'nai B'rith on Sunday, October 15. A!l lodges in this area have scheduled kick-off breakfasts to attended by officers, key workers and membership committees. A goal of 1,000 new members has been set for the 53-day anve to end on December 3. Miami Beach Lodge will sponsor a breakfast in the King Arjnur Room of the Saxony Hotel, icatunng an address by George JTahanoff, Miami Beach atorney and membership chairman Lodge, under the d re £i n i adopted" a policy of advocating or President Leonard I app r 0ving the commission of acts Membership Chairman Milton Mannheimer, will meet at a kickoff breakfast at Keen's Restaurant, 6950 Collins Ave. Sholem Lodge, largest B'nai B'rith unit in the state, has set a goal of 300 new members for the drive. Its breakfast affair will be held at the Miamian Restaurant, 141 East Flagler St., under the direction of membership chairman, Bernard Newmark, who is also the state membership chairman. (Continued on Page 4) of force and violence to deny their rights under the Constitution of the United States." These Klan units are in the affadavit being utilized to determine the loyalty of prospective inductees into the armed forces, according to news which was released this week. In January, 1949, Gov. Fuller Warren pledged that he would "ask the 1949 legislature to outlaw the Klan and other such terrorist organizations Such Montor To Head Loan Campaign JERUSALEM,


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PAGE TWO *Jenist fhr&an FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 1950 I n Mrs. Glasser Named "Tops In Our Town • es em • Tues t 1 st outsl Fewnit; %  %  De. %  %  i H I Turk W W K man of i Ami n J -: -• I the idea of 1 lati :.: triers M f Natioi I Baun noi .' %  Sholo! Sal '•' POST • B'i A B %  %  7." r:ng hot ntion L North Sh I ter Sister: ': %  L M %  %  • %  %  COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 K.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 A U-M Band To Salute Rosen October 21 T Un vi rsity I M an ban : B -" n Unj' I hero ns for an el motorcade for Rosen igh I wnl wn M '..'. ni Be; streets thi of Oc: %  • r 21 have been outlined by Buck F %  ".an Oscar Ri I 400 tickets able :' thi Rosen tesl in hi n "' • Hi k ry •ctober 21 sold. Tickets t th L". of M • %  • : Sports Sho] I Shop. M • October 21 5 5. G. S Revolutionary Send All Your Laundry XOW ONLY 1 8/ per lb First 10 Lbs. — S2.00 Min. 60o Flat Work Wearing Apparel Hand I finished Blue Ribbon Shirts 5^ Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1403 N. W. 7th COURT MIAMI. FLORIDA Phones: 3-0753. 3-0754 y t taste ROKEACH CONDENSED Son Born To Roths A four-and-a-half pound son was born to Mian-.i Beach Councilman and Mrs. Burnelt Roth Wednesday in New York's Lying-la Hospital. The Roths are also parents of two daughters. Paula Sue and Carla Star. Councilman Roth, who is now in New York, declined to say whether his son would be a candidate in the 1970 municipal elections. Young Zionists To Hold Parly Saturday .Yijjlii %  nsor a party ..: the Dave state. 853 Sunset Drive, M:ami. on Saturday, Octo14. a: 8:30 p.m. Ar. original sketch by Leon Rubinstein featuring Esther Brants LOW AS AH IHTItlST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. ELECT TOM WOOD your CONSTABLE Experienced-Courteous Dependable GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Baralad Mirrors and Resilrering Our Specialty IA : G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORUN LOUIS GERBER .n. "'I: thi ent risque dittii Melich will sing Sv mming, dancn. %  and refreshment will be on tap. | A motorcade will leave the I Jewish Community Center at 8 1 p.m. Kneseth Israel Forms Brotherhood Announcement of the organization of Kneseth Israel Brotherhood, which will foster a program for the synagogue, as well as the community at large, has been made by Isaac H. Ever, spiritual I the congregati >n Temp ii ary offici i a • : the new ire Gerald Katz, president; president: Edward Hurvitz, treasurer; S im t-rg. financial secretarj Nathan Silverman, rei ••ary: Rabbi Ever, spiritual adviser T:„ group will hold its firs: Sundaj vice-breakfast Sunday. October 15. Service will %  m. to be followed bv i, East of the or.:. zation is scheduled for Thurslajr, October 19. at 8 p.m. in the social h;" \* VEGETARIAN • DELICIOUS Distributed by Palm Distributer*. Inc. — 14 N.E. 24th 8U, Miami — Priori* SThe Showcase of Good Food ^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH $00 1 0>^^r> T^s/^ SINCLAIR ( ETHYL GASOLINE CONTAINS RD-1 19 Supplier of Sinclair Products Since 1934 Max Siegel Phone—Bus. 7-1631 Home—2-0992 | Qsine Qninmaijjeiim .Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipmenf—beauti/u. : Iy furnished and decorated throughout. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS lllllll BEll'll 1236 Washington Ave West Flagler & 20th Ave Phone 9-2664 Phone dim H u t < II LM -HIM II AMBLiUME SHRINK EDWARD I NEWMAN Fgne'il Direct* ABE ElSENBi'SG. I'i" IN HE* Y0RA 76th STREET AND AMSTERDAM AVENUE



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OCTOBER 13, 1950. I'll Say... An imposing monument was recently unveiled in Amsterdam It stands where a Jewish community of fcMlOO souls resided before the war in prosperous K nientment. It contains a series of plaques in basKpUef expressive of suffering, of piety, of gratitude. %  nscriptions in Dutch give thanks to Christian comKtriots for saving Jewish lives during the German Kpuoation. But neither the Community Council, nor fcn\ other Jewish organization, would take part in the W ,. ,., 10 nv. The Burgemeister had to accept the „„m„rial from a private committee representing inSual donors. Why? Jewish Contributions to Holland In no country was there ever a better integration j jowi.-h life within the national framework. Once J voa) the Queen would attend a service in the K sM'ic Portuguese synagogue. The alliance with the K'oval House goes back hundreds of years. In the lliti' 16th century, Holland was the only European %  country to open its doors wide enough for Spanish Bla-:-;i:"i'is to find a haven of safety for religious lj',.i m. Immediately, prosperity smiled upon the |l M ath sea level. In the 17th century, the %  %  lands was able to fight England on equal Hternts I, Bus ness Ii is generally conceded that Portuguese Jews %  contnhuted largely to the wealth and power of the Busing Dutch Republic during its infancy. Before the Bv : .Amsterdam was a world center for the diamond Bindustrv. which constituted a Jewish monopoly as B'.o management and the labor of trained stone cutters. BAfter 1933, Jewish refugees from Germany and %  Centra) Europe opened factories and created new Iindustries to the advantage of Netherlands economy. IBut I never knew to what extent Jews contributed |to the artistic, literary, scientific, and political life Iof Holland until I spoke with Dr. Jacob Melkman, Iauthor, lecturer, and editor of Nieuw Israelitish IWeekblad. \ln the Arts In New York, I once saw a Dutch drama, The Good *Jewisti fhridiar PAGE THREE Yom Kippur In Amsterdam By HABRY SIMONHOFF Hope, staged by Eva Le Gallienne. But I didn't know that its author Herman Heyermans, the greatest of Holland's dramatists, was Jewish. Rembrandt Square is located in the heart of Amsterdam. Half a dozen blocks away in the Jodenbreestraat (the wide Jewish street) stands the home of the immortal painter. Today it is a museum visited by thousands who admire its etchings left by one of the world's great artists. But a pamphlet tells the tourist that in the early 20th century, Rembrandt's home was in ruins. It was reconstructed into a national shrine through the untiring efforts of Josef Israels, a Dutch-Jewish painter, after whom a street is named. In Politics Before the war, the Dutch-Jewish community gave tone, color and direction to music, to the arts, to the stage. Holland is probably the best example of a social democracy anywhere. It is to the credit of the Socialist Party that Dutch workers have the best housing accommodations of any laboring class in the world. Before 1940, Jews constituted about 80% of the leadership in the Socialist movement. Jewish influence in public life can be estimated from the following: Amsterdam is governed by an elected board of 45 councilmen. with an executive of five administrators. Before the Nazi invasion, 30 of the city councillors and four of the executives were Jews. The Nazi Invasion It was but natural for Jews to suppose that they were true Hollanders of the Mosaic religion. But they were disillusioned. Of the pre-war Jewish population of 135,000, only 25,000 survived. About 100.000 perished in German concentration camps. Scarcely 5000 returned, snatched from the gas chambers by a miracle. The disconcerting fact remains that only 3000 adults and 3000 children were saved in hideouts by their Christian fellow citizens. The remaining survivors are those returnees, who fled before Hitler marched in. The soul of Dutch Jewry has sustained a deep wound. The realization that Hollanders are generally tolerant and kind only aggravates the hurt. Jews are haunted by the humiliating recollection that in liberal Holland the proportion of Jewish deaths was higher than anywhere in Western or even Central Europe. Survivors relate some ugly tales of gouging by their Gentile saviors. When money gave out, some were turned out of the house, to be nabbed by the Gestapo. The community feels more sad than resentful. But Gentile apathy need not be whitewashed on a monument of gratitude. The Portuguese Synagogue Yom Kippur, I worshipped in the famous Portuguese shule, built in 1675. In this tall, spacious, grim sanctuary, electricity is taboo. Hundreds of candles flickered in somber, half mysterious light. The Chief Rabbi S. Rodriques Perreira could give no reason why sand is strewn upon the wide-beamed, old floor. In a thin pleasing voice, the youthful Chazan, a talith covering his broad brimmed 17th century hat. chanted Sephardic Hebrew in unfamiliar oriental strains. The congregation responded with melodic unison that blended and harmonized ibly. Its Ritual and History The exotic spectacle, somewhat eerie, Is unforgettable. The high silk hats and white stiff shirts prevented any sensation of intrusion into the van past. Yet over and above the piquant charm of the colorful scene hovered an atmosphere of heartbreak and tragedy. More benches were vacant than occupied. Jewish and Christian visitors notwithstanding. A decade ago, the high holiday crowd overt] Wed into the walled courtyard. The proud historic congregation, which drove Spinoza out of Judaism and excommunicated Uriel A'Costa, has been decimated to less than 1000 souls. The City Fathers of Amsterdam had prevailed upon the Nazi Gauleiter to save the celebrated synagogue from German vandalism. But what effort was made to save from Dachau and Buchenwald the descendants of the Spanish-Portuguese Marranos, who made so significant a contribution to the wealth, power, and culture of Holland? | Board Meeting Slated Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith IWomen will hold its monthly (board meeting on Tuesday, OctoIber 17. at 8:15 p.m. at the home [of Mrs. Irving Laibson, 747 85th ISt.. Miami Beach. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Mrs. Volpe To Speak Mrs. Marie Voipe, manager of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will begin her radio talks about the symphony concerts over WKAT on Saturday, October 14, at 6 p.m. She will be interviewed by John Prosser of WKAT. Dov Luncheon Planned Mrs. Joseph Sobel. 680 S.W. 7th Ave., will be hostess at a fundraising luncheon for Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women on Wednesday, October 18, at 12:30 p.m. at her home. Cuds will follow luncheon and reservations may be made by calling 9-4575. Sisterhood To Meet Sisterhood <>f the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold its first monthly meeting of the season on Tuesday. October 17. at 12:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Rabbi Simon April will speak. and social events for the year will be outlined. Bea*h Center H omen To Meet Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold its first meeting of the season on Monday. October 16, at 1:30 p.m. in the center dining room, it has been announced by Mrs. Ira C. Walsey, president. Highlight of the afternoon will be the presentation of an original playlet, written especially for the group by John Burr and produced by Lillian Fox and Ruth E. Forman of the Dramatic Academy of Miarrti Beach. Following the skit, there will be community singing led by Ben Yomen. center musical director. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is in charge of the proThe sisterhood is now working on a souvenir journal to be published in conjunction with a Chanuka dinner dance to be held at Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel on December 9. 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PAGE FOUR +Jeist Her Mian FRIDAY, Q CTQBrp 13. EDITORIAL "Operation Magic Carpet" One day last month there was a brief but momentous ceremony at Israel's Lydda Airport. Attended by Israeli officials and by representatives of the Joint Distribution Committee, the ceremony marked a significant milestone in modern Jewish history. For it noted the successful completion of JDC's great airlift "Operation Magic Carpet," and it meant that 50.CC0 Yemenite Jews —nearly the entire Jewish peculation of that Arab land—had been flown safely from Aden to a haven end a home in the Holy Land. The great JDC-chcrtered C-54's end DC-4's, which to the Jews of Yemen had been the "eagles' wings" described in the Bible, had completed theii mission, and could new be diverted to Iran end ether creas from which JDC air-rescue operate ns are still continuing to add ne-.v chapters :: the greatest exodus in medern history. Th oing of Operation Magic Carpet in November 194: geve '..::'.e clue to the startling prcpcrr.c.-.s :\r.:zr. :he airlift eventually assumed. Little wai known about the cctual Jewish popula:.:.-. :: Yemen—one estimate was as low as What was known was that in Yemen, as in z:'r.e: Moslem areas, a Jew was without rights, without here. A Jew could not look down upon an Arabtherefore, a Jew riding a donkey had to dismount when he pessed en Arab, a' Jewish shop had to be built below ground-level. It was known to; that the situation of Yemen's Jews, isolated as they were, hed grown a thousand times mere difficult durinc the Arab attacks on Israel that there was constant danger of increasing anti-Jewish outbreaks. The rumor of safety was a signal. When they heard that in Aden the "eagles' wings" were waiting rr.er. women and children, the sick and the aged =et ;:: or. toot on the 200-mile trek across the desert counting en JDC to do the rest, to bring them to z safety they had never known. The Joint Distribution Committee would be the lest to :laim exclusive credit for "Operation Magic Carpet though it was JDC initiative end know107th Hirthday The cocst-to-coast membership drivo • conducted by the B'nai B'rith in co~JL ** of its 107th anniversary, perhaps mcTS?! 1 thing that may be written abo it de *"'" r < Sl rl e true character of the orqaruzaC^ when oraani^rrti^. %  ."' ni tl DM accept the conqratulations and "we'1 ? th the venerable age might be content to rest organizations, liU \" t on their 1 '.', ffie laurels %  ot (I v: 50r a^l S£& V His Accompanying Spirit— how which made the operation successful. But in the final sense this great human airlift, as well as the movement of the planes and ships which are daily bringing hundreds of men, women and children from Europe, from Moslem areas and from the Far East to the Holy Land was made possible by the hundreds of thousands of American Jews who have given their share to the United Jewish Appeal, from which JDC receives its funds. grateful world, B'nai B'rith, with ebullience belying its more than a cernm, existence, is launching the most crnbitious bership campaign in its distinguished hist-" 1 B'nai B'rith's perpetual vitality and strenat?L be attributed to its dynamic program o! spin almost every field of human endeavor ?** college campus to city slum, the vcluable *2 of the group—for non-Jewish, cs well as J e J? people—has been recognized. This' rerncrrhhv record cf service has won for B'nai Brith-42 the Jewish people—the esteem of the world Organized by a dozen public-spirited cBU on October 13, 1843, the group now boasts! membership of 330,000 members in all pcrjl the globe. With the intensive coc:-!o-door'ca& paign now being pushed by an army of'volta teers. B'nai B'rith is indeed destined to add to in accomplishments. Congratulations to en old and praisewoitb friend on the American-Jewish scene. The ceremony at Lydda last month was a bid one. To the JDC officials present, "Operatioi Magic Carpet" was already history, and alreci their minds were turning to the other unfinished operations, the "now or never" emigratioi "Poland, from Rumania, from Iran, from Iraq, na other lands. The Jews of Yemen have indeed been delivered to safety. But the hundreds of thousands of Jen in Europe and Moslem areas, who today have al opportunity to emigrate which they may never have again, must look to American Jewry fal aid which can come from no other source. B'nai B'rith Units Poised For Drive Btinii • :. m Page 1) Troj I L Igt Pri -.nt Sam Kessler, has planned a %  a.m. kick-off breakfast at P sedale Restaurant, 170 N W. 5th St t be t ll< wed at 2:30 p m. '-. a gay nineties revue and. stein party at the Rosedale. Coral Gables Lodge has pledged to double its present membership in the campaign and will launch '. it? teams from a breakfast at Tyler's Restaurant. 1526 Ponce de Leon Blvd. C. R. Jacobson. extive director of the B'nai B'rith C uncil, will address the Coral Gable; workers. Isaac Levin Lodge, headed by President Emanuel Levenson. will sponsor a membership picnic for prospects and guests during the first week ( t the membership campaign. Phil Scruff is chairman of the affair Hollywood Lodge, under the leadership :' President Louis Charnow, will also sponsor a eakfast at Shery's Restaurant in H Uywood In Ft. Lauderdale. the B'nai B'rith Lodge is also leduled to hold a kick-off breakfast on October 15. it has been reported by President Daniel Danart. Valuable prizes will be awarded to top membership workers in this drive. George Bertman. president of the B'nai B'rith Council, reiled Included in the awards will be sterling silver marcasite cuff links with the menorah emblem, marcasite menorah lapel pins, marcasite menorah tie holdB'r.a: B'rith emblem desk sets and menorah pencils. In addition., the District Grand Lodge of B'nai: B'rith will award parchment cer: tificates to all workers enrolling' five or more members in the drive and the council will award its' annual bronze plaque to the lodge securing most members. All men and women interested in joining B'nai B'rith. the country's oldest Jewish Service Organization, may obtain further details by calling the B'nai B'rith offices at 82-5684. Patton Enter* Constable Race Girge Patt n. who has served ( the local gan i g squad, has anounced his candi:• for constable in the 2nd District. A native I Pittsburgh. Pa., the 31-year-old candidate served with the Office of Strategic Services (Counterspy Department of the Armed Forces) during the war in Italy. Egypt. Yugoslavia. Greece. Upon his release from serv.ee. he moved to Miami with his mother and obtained a position as a Miami Beach policeman, leaving to accept an appointment as deputy sheriff on the staff of Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan. In that office he worked his way up to head the gambling squad. He is a member of the Greek Orthodox Church, the North Miami Post of American Legion. Coral Gables Lodge of Elks. AHEPA. He is associate barker of the Variety Club. Married to the former Elaine Pnos. he lives at 6800 Tamiami Canal Road. New Feature Added A new feature. "What's Doing in the World." a Yiddish newscast by Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, has been added to the Yiddish ClassiVet Vies For Constable Post Walter year-old Palmer Johnson. 29veHiati oi World War cal Hour from 7 to 7:15 p.m. every jr. has announced that he is seekTuesday over station V, INZ. j ng tne post of constable for 2nd District, to replace O. D. HenderMorris Nasatir. program director, has announced. The Yiddish Classical Hour is broadcast from 6 to 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday and from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. on Sunday. Wet more Seeks Constable Seat son. who resigned to become safety director. Johnson, who rose from the ranks to the grade of captain, said that he is campaigning on a clatform "to enforce all laws and to give businessmen better service than they are getting out of the office." Bob Wetmore. Miami business! A native of Albany. Ga.. the man and resident of this area for I candidate lived in Tallahassee Sam Braslau sky Re-Opens Market Sam Braslawsky, formerlv of Chicago. 111., and South Ha'ven. Mich announces the re-opening of his establishment at 1675 Alton Road. Miami Beach, where he specializes in top-quality kosher meats and poultry. Braslawsky. a "veteran of the food busmess. operated a large market in Chicago, as well as markets in various parts of Michigan. Patrons are invited to visit the new market or avail themselves of the free delivery service by calling 5-7944. 40 years, has announced his candidacy for constable in the 2nd District. Election will be held Tuesday. October 7. Married and the father of one son serving in the U. S. armed forces, the candidate attended elementary and high schools in Miami and served as a sergeant m the 265th Coast Artillery. A charter member of the River• side Exchange Club, he is an honorary member of Miami Police ; Benevolent Association, director of Boy Scout Troop 438. a member of the Miami Auxiliary Police. Army and Navy Union. Internai tional Aviation Fraternity. Young Democratic Club, Elks, Chamber of Commerce. He resides at 1530 N.W. 8th St. and Jacksonville, received a degree in business administration at the University of Florida, worked toward a law degree at the University of Miami and is now in the cattle business at Belle Glade. Johnson, who is married to Betty Switzer. lives at 1031 N.W. 39th Court. He is a member of the Harvey Seeds Post. American Legion, and the McAllister Post. VFW. He is also a member of the Holy Cross Episcopal Church. Itabbi Skop To Discuss Bible Bott Bar Mitzvah Victor Bott. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bott, will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday at 9 a.m. at Beth David Synagogue. Habonim to Hold Social Sunday The Habonim. Labor Zionist youth of Greater Miami, will hold its first social of the season on Sunday. October 15, at 2 p.m. at the old Beth David, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Highlight of the event will be a play written by Amalia Gladstone. Also on the agenda will be games, both Israeli and American, and refreshments. Groups will be organized under the leadership of Sarah Udansky, Amalia Gladstone. Jerry Schulman, Rivka Salz, Ruth Cohen and Clara Bregen. Mrs. Glasser To Speak Mrs. L. Glasser. president of the Dade County Conference of Jewish Women, will speak on Jacob Schachter's Jewish radio program over station WTTT Sunday. Mrs. Glasser. mother of two Hebrew Academy children, will speak on "What the Hebrew Academy Did for My Children." v n BBYW Cnit To Hold Sapper Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold a pot-luck supper Mondav evening. October 16. at 7 p.m. at the home of Rima Jackson. 1438 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. A highlight of the affair will be The Hebrew Bible will be the [ ; subject to be discussed at the first book review and forum of the Coral Gables Jewish Center: | Sisterhood by Rabbi Morris A. : Skop on Sundav, October 15, at I 8:30 p.m. The review will deal with the origin and content of the bible, j The rabbi will also discuss the latest commentaries bv Jewish j and Christian scholars of the Hebrew Bible. An original manuscript of a Torah Scroll and copies of outstanding commentaries will be on display. This will mark the first of a series of monthly book review and forums to be held at the ( c enter. Ticket reservations may be obtained from Mrs. Louis Lotterman. committee chairman. Music Consultant Will Visit Here Leah Jaffa, music consultant cl ; the National Jewish Wellare\ i Board, and executive secretary of j the Na'iona! Jewish Music CcunIciL will visit the Greater Miami I area from October 18 though October 26. She will be here under the auspices of the Jewish I i Centers Association of Greater! Miami While here she will meet j with a number of groups to introduce the subject ax "Jewish Music Program into the Life of our Community." A specialist in Jewish music | education. Mis? Jaffa was named to the two-fold post of musk consultant to the National Jewish | Welfare Board (JWB> and executive secretarv of the JwB-spon-l sored National Jewish Music Council over two years ago A nati%-e of Cleveland, ar.d daughter of Rabbi Philip W. J 3lfa Phoenix. Ariz., she came to JWB from the Jewish Education Committee of New York, where she served as supervisor of Jewish music teachers and as coordinator of communitywide inter-sschoci music activity. A singer and pianist of note, Miss Jaffa has served as composer, arranger, accompanist, performer, music consultant, a choral director. +Jeistttcri


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MDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1950 +Jewl$li fkrMi&r PAGE FIVE [fate Hadassah Unit i Conduct Institute [Florida Region of Hadassah will Knsor an all-day institute on edC8S to be held October 20 F,L. Congregation Ohev Sholom linday School auditorium, in flando. |u rs Naomi Ben-Asher, nationleducation director of Hadassah, lill conduct the institute. She T. j US t returned from an entire bum"'stay in Israel and will C n a C i mplete report on activithe young nation to the |Mrs Murry Grossman, regional Lgidi has announced that the hstitute will be attended by b ,, ut 300 executive Hadassah .presenting 29 chap[ .iips throughout FlorHa and Puerto Rico. [in charge of arrangements are L< Albert Morrell. Orlando, re[ • 1 vice president; Mrs. Joseph president, Orlando Lpio:: Mrs. Marvin I. Rudertan Gainesville, regional educa|on chairman; and Mrs. Alex%  nder Kogan, Miami Beach, reliona! chairman, bulletin, pubIcity. institutes. rs. Sirkin Appointed Appointment of Mrs. Milton lirkin chairman of the nomiI committee of the Greater C wish Federation has L'tn announced by William D. laiger, president. Other members of the commit[ee include Morton Beigel, Joseph luntov, Emil Gould, Laurence sevens >n, Benjamin Meyers. Mrs. Monte Selig, Joseph R. Stein and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Teen Age Dance Set The Youth Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center is inviting all teen-agers to attend the iii-st weekly Tuesday night dance fcl the season on October 17 at S:30 p.m. at the center gym. Bill .qubbard's Band, a local high fcchool outfit, will play, and enterainment and refreshments are on the agenda. Series Of B'nai B'rith Indoctrination Institutes Planned For Florida A series of B"nai B'rith indoctrination institutes will be held in Florida, according to an announcement by Melvin S. Harris, vice president of District Grand Lodge Five. Ficst institute, held last week in Gainesville, was attended by officers and committee chairmen of B'nai B'rith Lodges in Gainesville, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and Pensacola. Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, led the ADL seminar, and other B'nai B'rith leaders conducted educational sessions on Americanism and civic affairs. Hillel activities and community service programs. Second institute will be held on October 22 in Lakeland for B'nai B'rith Lodges in Sarasota, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Lakeland and Orlando. Harris will be the principal speaker and similar seminars will be conducted by North Florida B'nai B'rith leaders. An indoctrination institute in the Greater Miami area is under the direction of Sidney Aronovitz, president of Sholem Lodge. The all-day meeting will be held at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday, October 29, and will feature talks by Louis Heiman, George J. Talianoff, Gilbert J. Balkin and Milton A. Friedman. Marks Appointed Paul Marks, Miami attorney, has been appointed chairman of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, committee to secure signatures on the "Crusade for Freedom" pledges. The lodge is the first in this area to launch an all-out campaign tti secure signatures among B'nai B'rilh's 2500 members in the South Florida area. The program has been endorsed by the Americanism and civic affairs commission at B'nai B'rith national headquarters in Washington. D. C. Sorority Alumnae Group Fetes New Members Miami Alumnae Chapter of Iota Alphi Pi Sorority honored new members at a party Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Henry Roman, 2167 S.W. 16th Terr. Committee in charge of the affair included the Mesdames Gerald Gleason, Eli King, Harold Goldstein, Mel Pollak. Bert Sager, Roman and Miss Martha Ebstein. Next meeting of the group will be held at the home of Mrs. Sager on Monday. October 23. at 8:30 p.m. On the agenda is a report on the organization's national convention. Danee To Mark First Birthday The young adult group of the j Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold its first anniversary dance, j "Charleston Capers," on Satur| day. October 14, at 9 p.m. in the I Shelborne Hotel patio. Prizes, entertainment featuring a modern Charleston hop and ; dancing to the music of Michael Marvin have been planned, according to Florence Marshall, social chairman. Next meeting of the group is scheduled for Wednesday, October 18, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Bowling Postponed All B'nai B'rith bowling matches scheduled for Sunday, October 15, have been postponed because of the kick-off breakfasts of all lodges in the B'nai B'rith national membership campaign, it has been announced bv Charles Siegler, president of the South Florida B'nai B'rith Bowling League. JCRS Unit Will Hold Fete Monday Greater Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will hold a membership party Monday, October 16, at 8:30 p.m. in the cocktail lounge of the Sagamore Hotel. Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld is chairman of the event, and Mrs. David Bendell is co-chairman. Forming Study Group A Shi ly group of great books Is bcin.organized by Mrs. R. V. ji'oung. Anyone interested in joining the unit is asked to call -.451. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES TO YOU IN A V/ONDERFUL NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COASTER COLLECT MATCHUP SETS \ OF 68ort 12 FOR LUXURY j DININGNO BOTTLE RETURNS J NO DEPOSITS-EXCLUSIVE / "BLOSSOM" PA TTERN STURDY ) HEAVY DUTY 6LASS J SMOOTHER, TASTIER BECAUSE IT'S MADE ONLY FROM PURE PASTEURIZED SWEET CREAM Vote October 17, 1950 For WALTER PALMER Johnson CONSTABLE ^District—Precincts 44 to 66 WORLD WAR No. 2 VET L of Fla. Graduate Business man Junior Law Student U. of Miami A BEAUTIFUL GLASS FOR LONG, COOL SUMMER DRINKS. 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PAGE SIX > knist rhrrtiiir Hialeah-Miami Springs Lodge To Meet Oct. 18 %  B'rith Lodg. Wedr.es Dr. Lesti %  • • Dr. ] -4127 Shapiro Will Address ADL Meet In Atlanta .... | AntiB'rilh I I i ] a regioi ttend L SouthAt. G rei 11 n P %  i %  %  r rent i I : I l.i^lrr-.i .III.MI.I W niiM'ii Launch XomborK llrivp The W • Community Cent ling Mrs Bei %  %  I an. Charles and Hy '. %  ntire section l Jack %  '• beer. .-1 donor chairman and all -ed to • fore planUM .: donor aff. nderway for a enter nber. Mrs n, will be asMet mes L uii 1 son Ja^k Whitn i and %  grouj ... meet ; the cent ftern at 2 Dov Chapter Will Mark Anniversary Saturday Dt.v Chapter I Mizn I ill mark I %  j Beth Mrs. Rose 1 %  ;ent. y Gram '1 ad. • therii %  -. ion. Tropical Chapter To Hold Party Tropical Chapter of B'na: B'rith Women will sponsor a card and man jong party on Monday. October 16. at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. D. Adelberg. 149A N.E. 67th St. Mrs. R J. Crystle and Mrs. Adelberg will be hostesses and reservations may be made by; calling 89-7540. Carole Mondress Named TAO Council President I been : • th TAO : Miai %  %  %  r. aS re ta r H L K %  • E Brenm I • %  Maril Book llc\ ii'\\ To Highlight >!•'! Lazarus and ProfesB'I B'rith. n ay. O,: • 24. at 9 ] %  M B .. h J< *'isl p nU i Mi Petei Glaa Anl -1 I ion : ft! Council of B'rith, will review the book. describes the fate of the -.o were forced into in the W< ::o in 1939. Workshop Will Present Story of Holmes, Brandeis "The Story of JusticeHi lines and Brandeis" will be presented by the Radio W ksh p for r. Sunday. October 15. over station WMIE. :.: 7:45 p.m. :; i -.:.in this live dramatic gram will be Eleanor Zolecki. Bob Brenner. Bill Grefe. Lowell Thing and M. J. Bei ::ner. The program ted by Gertrude Marx, with Steve Kessler as musical director. B'nai B'rith Will Hear New State Legislator i 7. a' Cutler To Speak A Budd Cutler. Miami Beach ver an address i07th an.in ling 1 B'na. ber 13. at %  .'<-. N.r'.h S FOR REST-FOL'R MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely eqjipped large -K ::-en for Weddings. Ba' •-..T^S. Ca-G Parties ana Loage Meet -5$. Ple-ty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALVER 22. FOR INFORVA:-. ROOSTERS 25c a Lb. Our Thursday Special For the Kosher Trade Only GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N.W. 8th St.. Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 Shc-bet on Premises Wednesday cS Thursday 8 A. M. to 12 Noon WATCH FOR OUR WEEKLY SPECIAL! Go when its Ale or Beer you're buyin— ^ MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. A Who esale and 2Sg& Retail 54rW^* Hough or Pulverized 1 !" Gra de A. Soil 1 "WE SPREAD" -*Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED \orlli Short' I nil I To IMav llos, To tSST^ the ,'** \r..\ chapter s-s: SJ •h Shore Lodge. B'nai B'rith fifteen new :^-'X m n J<3 .. ... ,*: A7.A lin.t S IJ)^ ,, I AZA unit. and tl '•'•' Chapter will play host to the Stephen Wist Chap' AZA ;it a candlelight i nitiation ceremony on Monda y, yoqth chairmanl'lio c," ec,eii ^ Office] • • ,,, uthor be installed by Sam wJ Sr ? u '< Program wSft W g..i "ill 'Caterer s of THE IEST IN KOSHER FOODS Miami Beach Distinction" JF* All Oeea,i 0ni NO PARTY TOO SMALL — NO AFFAIR TOO LARGT OUT consultants are prepared to visit Vou~in~^n — and will otter advice and suggestions without obli • t Call 5-2655 or 8€-5000 — Aik for B ons iriETROSmoked Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS Nova Scotia Salmon AU Type* Herringn Dial 58-5:100 MIAMI BEAC,H 18 OCEAN DRIVE The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASM The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Associat':::-. Participating Agency of the Greeter M ; 3mi Jew-sh Federation warns the public: 1. Thai only store* where the sign *Bi the GMVH '-are displsyed are endorsed by the Vaac: 2. That only chicken be ring of the GMVH '-•' are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher: 3. That only FRESHLY KILLED chicki -of tin GMVH may be purchased in the iive p: :ket; 4. Thai COLD chickens ir. the live poultry r.ot be erdorsed by the Vaad because thjy may be Over Zman; 5. Not to be misled by statements such a ? nal meals served" under the impression that trey are kosher: 6. That stores which are not endorsed by the Greater Miami _Vaad are not allowed to use the ring of the GMVH Per ethe' info'mat.en about Kajl"iitn call E ''-'..,* n • .'cseph E. Rack:, sky. 8'8 M chigan Aver... ~t ec":"* : %  "• H&RRV SIRKI\. Pre. M. SOOTIN. See. S. LOBEL. Treai"< SAVE TODAY FOR YOUR IMPORTANT TOMORROWS! More thon 33,000 Greater Miamians Sove Safely, Profitably and Conveniently ot • DADE FEDERAL 'A Savings Institution Conveniently located in the Umart of Downtown '*'*'"? Ask the man for BALLANTINE ALE BEER Better buy the case — t hen you won't run short when unexpected guests drop in *• Bkliantu* & Sons. Newark, N. i. Distributed by STATE BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS OF MIAML INC SAM BLANK. Pre, Phone 3^ RESO UT>CES EXCEED $28,500,000.00 RESERVES EXCEED S2.000.I



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1950 +Jew1st ncrkHan PAGE SEVEN Hadassah Leader To Conduct Institute Mrs. Arthur Rubel of Now York City field director for Hadassah, will arrive in Miami on Monday, October 16, to conduct a one-week membership institute for the Q : Miami Chapter of Hadassah. Eleven local groups will participate in the all day sessions which are scheduled for the Monte Carlo Hotel at Miami Beach. _M Rubel has just returned I an extensive tour of Israel which took her from Dan to Beersheba and to the borders of Transjordan, Syria and Lebanon. She visited ^battlefields, Jewish National Fund Kibbutzim, immi:i camps and Hadassah institutions, including the new Youth Aliyah reception camp at Alonin Ramat, Hadassah Szold and the newly opened Beersheba Health Center. Huhcl was in Tel Aviv on In,I, pendence Day (May 14) and ilem for the opening of tin Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School three days later. Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Chapter has appointed Mrs. Fred Jonas, memi chairman, director of the insl mately 100 executive : %  rsonel will participate igram. Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Southeastern regional director and member of the national board of the Mizrachi Women's Organization, will head the local delegation Jo the 25th silver jubilee convention in A::antlc City, N. J. Accompanying her to the meet will be Mrs. Nathan Hochman. president of the Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. Hyman Pertes president of Dov Chapter; and Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowilz, president of Tamara Chapter. To.io Will Open Copa City Bill The nine-week season of the Copa City Theatre will open with F ranchot Tone in S. N. Behrman's "The Second Man" Tuesday. October 17, at 8:30 p.m. Others members of the cast include Margaret Lindsay, Barbara Payton and Walter Brooke. 'I'lv theatre, which is scheduled to operate until Ned Schuyler' and .Murray Weinger open the I Copa for the lOal season on De-I comber 21. will be under the j direction of Irving Barrett, a New York booking and casting agent.! and Sandy Scott, who has been I affiliated with the theatre all of his life. Scott-Barrett Enterprises will present a new show each week, leaturing a star policy. Such stars as Kay Frances, Zackary Scott and Burgess Meredith are slated to follow Tone. All the plays will feature an all star equity cast, in many instances the original Broadway cast and road companies playing in the roles. The shows will be cast, rehearsed and produced in New York by Charlie Horowitz and Barrett and will be flown to Mi! ami Beach in time for opening night. Horowitz packages the | shows for the Brandt Subway Circuit. All scat.-, will be reserved. The tables haye been removed and the club is set up in theatre style. 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IT-RTDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950 'Jewlsti rtcrictlan PAGE NINE personally Speaking Mrs. Bettie J. Martin, 2732 S.W. 3rd Ave., has returned to her jome after spending the holidays with relatives and friends in 4azelton. Pa. This was Mrs. Martin's first trip to her former j since she moved to Miami six and a half years ago. She visited friends in Wilkes-Barre, Harrisburg and Lewis*** %  ^ ^ ^ Mr. and Mrs. Max Applebaum have returned to the Lincoln is Apartment after spending the summer at their Long land home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz have returned from Jacksonville make Miami their permanent home and are living at 514 S.W. Ilh St. Mrs. Soltz was recently elected secretary of the Southiastern Region of Junior Hadassah. Mr. Soltz is associated with loqers Auto Supply Co. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan have moved into their new lorne at 1838 Bay Road, Miami Beach. +t Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned this week from a '0-month vacation. They spent time in New York City, upstate lew York and Hot Springs, Ark. The bris of Jason I. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Fox, 1921 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, was held Monday at Mount iinai Hospital. Sandek was Nathan Ginsburg; godparents, tarry and Sophie Bear; and mohl. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Among ie guests were Rabbis Murray Grauer, Joseph Rackovsky, Horowitz and Schulman. Mr. Fox is president of Young irael Synagogue. Elliot Field, Miami Beach radio personality, will leave %  iday morning for Gainesville, where he will attend the University of Florida Homecoming festivities. Nathan Goldman of West Palm Beach recently returned from i brief trip to Israel. He is county chairman of the United Jewish fppeal. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Gold and their infant son, Leon Samuel, pft West Palm Beach for New York, where they will make their lomt. Mrs. Gold is the former Marion Gold, daughter of Mr. |md Mrs. Joe Gold of West Palm Beach. Mrs. Sidney Boeninger has moved into her new home at 139 Malaga Ave., Coral Gables. + Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelfenstein, 2828 S.W. 18th St., are paving for Brooklyn, N. Y, where they will celebrate their \ven!y-hf:h wedding anniversary with Mrs. Gelfenstein's father fad family. Upon their return to Miami, they hope to celebrate fie occasion with local friends and relatives. S. C. Stampleman, chairman of the board of the S & S factoring Corporation, and his wife will arrive from New York aturdcy. The Stamplemans will stav at the Martinigue Hotel Hoi to opening their North Bay Road home. It George Schwartz will fly to New York Friday to attend the card of directors meeting of the National Conference of Commercial Receivable Companies at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel October 14 to 16. Mr. Schwartz is president of the S & S Factoring orporation. Inborma % %  Party Saturday will Honor Concert Series Patrons First of a series of social events heralding ihe advent of the 195051 Community Concert Series will take place Saturday, October 14. at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huberman, 6915 Rue Versailles, Miami Beach. The affair will be in honor of the patrons and active supporters of the series. The party program includes a variety of musical fare. Pianist Ruth Wolkowsky Greenfield, recently returned from musical studies at the Sorbonne in Paris, will play an original composition. Mrs. Julius Samuels, soprano, will sing accompanied by her husband. Songwriter Sylvia Rosales will present a number of her Broadway successes, as well as new, unpublished tunes. Participating in an original comedy skit "Trials and Tribulations of Community Concert Series Saleswomen," prepared by Mrs. Rosales, will be Mrs. Leo Huberman, Isidore Simkowitz, Leo Huberman and Judge Kenneth Oka. The Huberman party is a precampaign gathering that will kick-off the Community Concert Series ticket drive commencing October 22 through November 26. A series of musical parties will be given by members of the concert series during those dates, to acquaint the general community with the artists appearing under the auspices of the Miami Beach Y.M.H.A. Community C 6 n c e r t Series. Nursery Opened Max R. Silver, president of the Miami Jewish Community Center, has announced the opening of a morning nursery for children between the ages of four and six at the Congregation Beth El building. This project was undertaken as a result of a survey and study that was made by the youth committee of the center during the past six months. The nursery will be open five days a week, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. FOR RENT Near Flagler & 30th Ave. N.W. 2 B.R.'s in 3 B.R. corner House— C.B.S. Use entire house. Owner at business days. Will use 1 B.R. Adults only. 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tfDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950 Uv*rs Named [o',H9.\ Council pniamln Meyers, Miami Beach, treasurer of Miami Bottled Gas. Inr has boon named to the na[.., n ";,i council of the Joint Defense Appeal, it was announced L' 1V by JDA Council Chairman Biarles W. Morris. Louisville. Ky. .\. a member of the JDA National Council, Meyers will join tore than 1,000 industrial, busik C ss .mil community figures from 111 sections of the country who fcpresenl their communities in Interpreting the work of the JDA gencies and securing funds with Ehich to carry forward the AJCkDL program* of extending hunan rights. Meyers, who has traveled hrough Europe, South America Israel, is a leading figure in 5 and Jewish communal af3. He is a governor of the greater Miami Federation, treasurer of the Jewish Social Service iureau. a member of the execu|ve board of the Bureau of the vish Education, the executive pmmittee of the Home for the Iged. and the citizens board of he University of Miami. He is a Jason, a member of the Zionist Irganization of America, and the liami Beach Lodge of B'nai I'rith. Jewish ncridlidn PAGE ELEVEN Myers* to Address (.oliloii Ago Unit Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Myers address the Golden Age friendship Club of the Miami (wish Community Center Sunay. October 15, at 3 p.m. The hi will describe their travels hrough Israel during the sumher. chool Registration Registration for Hebrew School ae bcins; accepted on Monday nd Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. nd Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 loon at the Flagler Granada Jew"i Community Center building, N.W. 51st Place. ialloween Fete Planned I The Flagler-Oranada Jewish Jommunity Center is formulating for a Halloween costume t.i be held at their center : tatter part of this month. 1 Manne and his band will wide nusic for dancing, and MS will be awarded for best Audience participation ilso planned. Joseph W. Malek | Malek Hoads i Odd Follows Joseph W. Malek, Miami Beach attorney, was elected noble grand of a new Miami Beach lodge of Odd Fellows organized Sunday with a membership of 39 at David Whitman Hall. Joseph A. Berman, former Miami Beach municipal judge, was named vice grand; Irving M. Cooperman, recording secretary; Michael J. Crimi. financial secretary; Bernard Halpern, treasurer; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, chaplain. James E. Conners of Inverness, Fla., grand master of Odd Fellows, headed a delegation of 100 visiting Odd Fellows who participated in the installation rites. Other members of the lodne are: Morris Schlosxbiri:, II.v S 'luttman, Harry J. Sonz. Knell,Whit.-. Paul Warren, Rabbi Murray Qrauer, Samuel H. Rosner, David W. Whitman, IXIUIH l.\ r-eder. Isldor Poinerantz, Leo Pollock, Jack Falke. Sidney Washerman, Samuel Drashln, Philip Pores. Donald Porra. Saul < ,^n.-t. Rahhl lna.ii' H. Kver, Malvln KnRlander Bernard .stern, A. Loul* MechlowltS, A. J. Bafra, i'hilip Schmertaler, Robert B. Hoffman, Samuel Braslawsky, Abraham Stern, David I. Skop. KiiRcne j. WelBS, A. .1 Kaplan. Kred Ilrown, Bernard M. Backs, win Merhiowitz, Max Braslawsky, Teacher Added To Staff Mrs. Julius Samuels has been added to the Temple Israel Religious School staff as instructor in music. She will conduct the two assemblies and prepare the children musically for programs and entertainment. THE M. & M. MEAT AND POULTRY of the Beach A NNOUNCES THE OPENING OF A BRANCH AT 2010 Ponce De Leon Blvd. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS KOSHER STYLE PICKLED TONGUE .49 lb. CHOICE YOUNG TURKEY HENS .69 lb. CHOICE RIB LAMB CHOPS .98 lb. Call 83-S892 for free, prompt home delivery your convenience ire will barbecue or roast


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rRTDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950 • 'Jenistifkrktian PAGE THIRTEEN prances Blaustein, Eugene Goldberg Wed In First Nuptials At New Beth David In the first wedding performed at the new Beth David Synagogue, Miss Fiances Blaustein became d, e bride of Eugene JPaul Goldtraditional wg August 27. Rabbi Max | University. Chaoiro and Cantor Maurice | r, n ; c :-.„.s read the service. The %  n'a father, George Goldn .,f Beth David, rccited three of the Messing* The bride is the daughter of [ u n d Mrs. Reuben Blaustein, 1875 S.W. 14th Terr. The brideI-morns parents are the George 2900 S.W. 16th St. bridal gown was fashioned lite mousseline de sole over The bride's lace trimmed I! from a pearl tiara, and she carried orchids and stephaa bible. \f a i >n of honor for her sister s, Joseph Koslofsky. Har|vey J (Tzvi) Goldberg was his st man. Youth Commission Meet Slated for Wednesday meeting of the season of I the Greater Miami Zionist Youth n will be held Wednesdav Cv'.ober 18. at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Al Osheroff, 2485 [Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, according to Cantor Samuel Kelemer. chairman. Plans for the forthcoming g Judaea conclave will be discussed and reports from the I van JUS youth groups will be iven. A reception followed in the synagogue social hall. The newlyweds are now living in Athens, Ohio, where the bridegroom is an instructor at Ohio **St Betrothal of Miss Marilyn iGreen to Alfred Grodenslcy has Ibeen announced by her parents. [Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Green. 2019 I S.W. 16th Terr. Mr. Grodenslcy is I the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustare IGrodensky. 2225 S.W. 17th St. No Idate has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Eugene Pmul Goldberg Betrothal Announced Betrothal of Miss Beatrice Greenberg to Bert Bernstein has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg, 738 1st St., Miami Beach. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Bernstein of 820 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. A former veteran of the Army Air Corps, he graduated from Huntington High School, Huntington, New York and is now attending the University of Miami where he will receive his Bachelor of Science in geology in February. Miss Greenberg is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. She is presently employed by the city of Miami Beach. Council Women To Hold Tea The annual National Council Day will be marked locally by an Oneg Shabbat membership tea given by the Miami Section of the organization on Saturday, October 14, at 1:30 p.m. at the Shore Club Hotel. Mrs. Aaron Fair, president, will conduct this initial meeting as she resumes the chair for the second term, Mrs Alexander Libow. first vice president and membership chairman, will be in charge of the event, which will honor founders of the local group and welcome new members and guests. Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz, program chairman, announces that a national radio re-broadcast, feature of the National Council Day program, will constitute part of the program. Members of the Young Judean Choral Group, under the tin t ction of Cantor Samuel Kelemer, will sing several selections. Donna Joy Feldman Selects December Planning a December wedding is Miss Donna Joy Feldman. whose engagement to Norman Kenneth Ladd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ladd, 2216 S.W. 24th St., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feldman, 57 S.E. 7th St. The bride-elect, who attended the Universities of Miami and Havana, is president of Star Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women and district representative to the national executive board of B'nai B'rith Youth Organizations. Mr. Ladd. a veteran of World War II, graduated from the University of Miami and is now associated in business with his father. Mrs. Alexander Libow Mr. H. Zaidman H the Dade Kosher Market Invites you to Shop with Confidence Where the Customer is Always Right Your Personal Inspection Always Welcome 153 N. W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Vree Delivery Throughout imreater Miami Pioneer Women To Seat Leaders Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will serve as installing officer at the mass installation to be conducted by all the Pioneer Women's clubs in Greater Miami area Tuesday, October 17, at 12:30 p.m. at the Shelborne Hotel. Luncheon will be served. Heading the list of those taking office is Mrs. Harold Jaffer, president of the Council of Pioneer Women of Greater Miami, who is also serving as chairman of the event. Club presidents who will be seated at the affair include Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Club No. One Miami Beach; Mrs. Lena Mintzes, Club No. Two Miami Beach; Mrs Anna Sorin Bild, Golda MeyerSon Club; Mrs. Leo Goldman, Kadimah; Mrs. Harry Faber, Medinah. Mrs. Isaac Kaplan, past president of the council, will report on the silver jubilee presidents* council which she attended last week in New York. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is chairman of the arrangements. Dorothy Ratner Wed To Milton Robbing After a wedding trip through the Southeast, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Robbins are living at 1619 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. Their weding took place September 10 at the Robert Richter Hotel, with Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. The bride is the former Miss Dorothy Ratner, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Ratner, New York. Given in marriage by her brother, Nathan Ratner, she was attended by her sister, Mrs. Charles C. Zimring. New York. Shelby H. Trager of JacKsonville was best man. The former Miss Ratner is a graduate of Hunter College. Her husband, the son of Mrs. Fay B. Robbins, Jacksonville, and Saul Robbins, New York, graduated from the University of Florida. Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. 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)AY, OCTOBER 13, 1950 *k^istfk>rlda,n LEGAL NOTICE nT | CE UNDER FICTITIOUS g0TIC NAME LAW ,,,.„...• i.s HEREBY GIVEN thai ..,,1. desiring to engage In ,i, i the fictitious name of slo at 6779 B.W. 5th • ,_,, n d fl to register mid name P'A, ,-,..,„ nf the Circuit Court "' original In the Office \tclerk of the Circuit Court on ,: : the I day of November, mil.' i -• the allegation! of said win be taken as confessed by Ti:i > %  '' Miami, Florida, this 3 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, k nf the Circuit Court. Heal) i:, R, H. RICK, JR., Deputy Clerk. KAPLAN, Esq. MI .iv Road Florida LEGAL NOTICE PAGE FIFTEEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the Hctltlous names FLORIDA BEVERAOE JOURNAL 2 FLORIDA BEVERAGE GUIDE •' %  ^VErrAGB R ,Kp' RANT ND l A L V0 R k r ^vK^ R i ?8 DE URANT B AOE R a D j ID ? OTEL AND BEVER. 6. PLORIDA BEER, WINE AND L1Q1 OR JOURN \l. at 303 Alcasar Vv. nue, Coral Gables Florida, and Intends to register wild name with the Clerk nf The circuit t om '.„"" 11 County, Florida. :M:!I'NS!: X ,^. ATKS BEVERAGE HERBERT II. HUTNER Attorney for SONTHKRN STATES BEVERAOE JOURNAL, INC. 10/613*20-27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREY OIVEN that %  n.i.rslgned, desiring to engage In business under he fictitious name of Sv i U SM( "' ; 7 "" ColMns ;,,,"'"'; Pi .County Mate ol Florida. In end i,. reglstei said name with the Sunt y ? f pf 0 h r e lda : lrcu,t ''""" '"' : "'%  IUAL SHERIDAN BEN STAREN JA< Iv A. ABBOTT Attorney for Applicants I" S-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION UK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE .TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'A, IN AND Fl IR DAI IE JNTY IN CHANCERY, No. rii inn !R, Plaintiff, vs. ti VER. Defendant. : : DIV IRCE i 11 ROVER %  %  nue notified thai a Bill I HvOI' e has been I, and you are recopy of > our An.' \\ i r • he Bill of < 'omplainl .Attornej s. I'Al.l.i IT, MAM ,\ WAYNE, I I'll 1 -IK., .Miami. Florida, and nal \n~\\ r or Pleading %  of the Clerk of the on or before the 1st day 1950. if you fail to do by default will be taken • i the relief demanded Complaint. hull be published once %  foui nsecutlve weeks Ploi iilian. K VXIl ORDERED at Miami. u:i day of September, %  i: H I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. %  i lade County, Florida. "it I'.in I Seal) \v.\l. w. 8TOCKING, v|:(t Deputy Clerk. [AM .v WAYNE' Building Plaintiff .VT ^i?J' CE BY PUBLICATION I'v : I-V-V{'I' 1 ,T r OURT '"• %  THE v \v>.' • ,' ""'^lCIRCUIT IN AMi K(, t HADE COUNTY I'-^Mill'A. IN CHAN.-KKV No! PAUL E. BUTLER. Plaintiff vs CATHRINE M. KITLKR, oAmt TO: CATHRINE M. BUTLER in Edge Brook liond West Roxbury, .Massachusetts rOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the Kill of omplainl on the plaintiff's attorneys, and tile the original answer In the Office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1st day of November, i:.:,i. ,„ he : ,|„, V ,. entitled cause r.,r divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will lie entered aguiusl you. DATED this 2sth day of September, B. II. DEATH EHM AX, ,„, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By it. ll. RICH, JR., GENET a onrin "" puty Clerk 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys ror Plaintiff 9/29 10/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IN HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring tec eni business nuclei the fictitious name'ot LINCOLN MANOR KOSHER RESTAURANT at No. 2 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, lute nils t.c register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. MACLOU c i IRPORATION No. 2 Lincoln Road BERICK A SHAPIRO A i tea ne\ H for applicant 120 Lincoln Road 9 29 l". 91 3-20 iv %  ,MR TICE TO CREDITORS l\ I II •: nirvi'Y JUDGE'S COURT a. O'.M 1 F l: DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No I C -' I in Re: ESTATE OP CHARLES IS.\A'PRIEDBERO, i leceased. To All creditors and All Persona HavJSstat %  '" "'"' %  ""' s Agalnsl Bald You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any cairns and demands which you. or %  -liner of you, ma y have against the '•,•'!,''. CI "RLES ISAAC PRIED.i-.Kc, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W, F. BLANTON 1 punty Judge of Dad,County and tile the same in his office in the county Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months rrom the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands t<> contain the legal address of the Claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be bailed See Section 1^1 of the 1933 I'M. bate Act. DateSeptember %  >, A.I). i:i.,0 MAURICE PRIEDBBRO, As Executor of th.liist Will and lestanieiit of CHARLES ISAAC PRIEDBERG, Deceased, "ALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for executor. MAURICE FRIEDBERG i)/L'2-29 10/6-13 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE l-.I.I-.VKNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP PLARIDA, IN AND FOR DADE issJi? ~ lx CHANCBRy x JOHN C. HICKEY, Plaintiff, vs. El LA AMANDA HICKEY, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE i": i.iiia Amanda Hlckey, '"I Lansing Sli, ,. Chattanooga, Tennessee, Von in-,. (,,.,, by notified thai a BIN or i omplainl for Divorce has been riled agalnsl von. ami you are required to serve .. copy .,r y..ur Answer oi Pleading to the Bill ol Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Arnold Watts, J628 North Weal 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, ami file the original Answer or Pleading in the offl< f the Clerk "f the i Ircult Court on or before the 18 day of October, 1950, if you fall to no so. judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. Tins notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks m The Jewish Plorldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Hoi Ida, this is day of September, A.D. B. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By \V.\I. W. STOCKING. .,..,„._ .. Deputy Clerk. ARNOLD WATTS, S828 N.W. 22nd Avenue Miami. Florida. Attorney for l'laintlff 9/22-28 10/8-18 OF INTENTION TO MAKE ICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE rv„.!"' %  ""DOE'S COURT, DADE r\IV FLORIDA.—No. 2(530. -1 All: op I.LETT SURKEIN, i. by given that 1 have I'leort and petition feel as Ancillary AdmlnlsI the estate of EDITH ItKEIN, deceased; and Tth day of November, to the Honorable • 'I "N. County Judgeeel 1 "lida, for approval of and for final disAnclllary Admlnistratoi Estate of EDITH KKKIN, ,le,-,-as,-,l. %  •i. l ,. Ua y r September, 1950. ""i.iiK j. SAKOWITZ '\TV "£-??INTENTION TO MAKE ^PLICATION FOR FINAL .„,,., DISCHARGE >' IID':i;s COURT, DADE ; ..ORIDA.—No. 21088. i^^P* > i I*. l|e" '' "IUUNSTEIN, 'i'l',.,| : ,. h -'chy given that I In-,! .' ''"'' ''l 1 "" and petition %  as Administrator '" SARAH BRA UNj. :-^;easedi and that on the 27 Judge of Dade County, Florida, l said final report and iiMiiaiL-. as Administrator ; "• %  "i SARAH BRAUN!'• eased, T ,S, "'' September. I960. R s] -\!.! K BRAUN8TEIN li 1 ,;. 1 ,", 1 _..;>'hnlnistrator NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the rictltlou name of G1RALDA BOOKSTORE al 139 Otralda Aye., Coral Cable... n ; ,.. intends to register said name with the Clerk eel HoCircuit Court <-i DadeCounty, Florida, WILLIAM T. REICH Solei iwner HAROLD TANNEN Attorney for applicant 1009 Pan American I'.ldg. 10/6-18-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is' HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d siring tee engage in business nuclei thefictitious nameof LINCOLN MANOR KOSHER CATERERS at No. ^ Lincoln Road, -Miami Beach, Inteandfl t> register said name With the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dude Countv. Florida. MACLOU CORPORATION No. 2 Lincoln Road BERICK A SHAPIRO Attorneys for applicant 120 Lincoln Road 9/M 10/6-13-20 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, .FLORIDA.-— IN PRORATE. No. In Re': ESTATE OF MARY WILLOX PATEBSON, also known aa MRS. CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, Deceased. To All Creditors ami AJ| Persons Hi v Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: You, and each c,r you, arehereby notified and required to present any claims and demands winch you, or either of you, maj have against the %  estaite of Mary Willox I'ati raon, also known as Mrs. Charles John Paterson, deceased, late c.r Dude County, Floi Ida, to the Hon. w. p. Blanton, County Judge c,i D.oie County, and file the sam.iii hioffli e m the '' tj Co house 1 I oi.L'ount.v Floi Ida, within eight calendnr months trom thi date of the flrsl publlc-ation he i eof. Said claims %  .demands i e cent.,in i be address <>f the claimant and to be %  worn i" and presented aa aforesaid, or sam.will be barred. Si • %  t 120 .a the 1933 Pre bate A I Date Septembi 14, A.D. 1960. MARGARET B McD INA I.D. As Exec,mix of the Last Will and Testament %  !' MARY WILLOX PATERSON, also known as MRS. CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, 1 leceased. MYERS. HE!.MAN ,•;• KAPLAN By LOUIS IIKIMAN Attorneys for Executrix '.' 22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t • • engage in business under the fictitious name of Hampton Exclusive Tailors at 162S Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, intends tee regiai U ld name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEN KES8LER 9/16-22-29 10/ii-i:! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Discount Sales at 1618 Alton Road, Miami Beach, intend !., reglstei .-..i.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad,Countv, Florida II YM \ \ SKL VNSKY & SAMUEL ROCKLIN, Part lle-l s HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applii ants 9 29 10, 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engageiii business under the fictitious name "I" LINCOLN MANOR RESTAURANT at No. 2 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, intends tee register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MACLOU CORPORATION No. L' Lincoln Road BERICK .vSHAPIRO Attorneys for applicant ll'n Lincoln Road 9/29 10/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the nuclei siglle-d. desiring lee cligatlc ill business under the fictitious name of Cancellation Shoe Salon at 316 4ist Street, Miami Beach, Fla., intends ice register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD SCHNEIDER Sole Owner CellRSIIciN .V COURSHON 23.1 Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Fla. Attorneys for Applicant 9/29 10/6-13-20 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN" TDK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No %  4i;:>7. In Re: ESTATE OF ANTHONY SICO, I leceascel. To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate-: You, ami each of you, arehereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ANTHONY blCO, deceased. lateof Miami, DadeCounty. Florida, to the Hon. w. P. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade Cinity. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date eef tinfirst publication hereof, Saiel claims or demands to contain tile legal adilre-ss of theclaimant and Ice lee SWnfll toail the Bill of Complaint for Dlvi • on the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original answer In the Office of the Clerk of the i ':>• nil i %  eiin-t cm or before the 16th day of i Ictober, A.D 1950: othe the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED nt Miami. Florida, this 11 day of September, A.D. 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W, STOCKING, Deputy Clerk Name and Address of Plaintiff's Attorney: NORMAN i: LYONS 911 i ilympia Building Miami, Florida. 9/22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring tie engage In business under the fictitious nameof THE JEWEL SALES CO. at IL' North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends t.c register said name with 'lieClerk of theCircuit Court .,f Dad.County. Florida. THE JEWEL SHOP, INC. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., Attorney for THE JEWBL SHI IP, INC. 9 29 l" 6-13-20 ipri NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nameof Apex Printing Service at 2S N. E. Hth Street, Miami, Florida, intend tee register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT ESSEN and ROSE ESSEN, Owners MARX FAHER Attorney for Applicants Congress lluilding 9/29 10/6-13-20 iSJGE&r^ "TUN & COMPANY PERSONAL I J-"1 AND I 1 i'M COMMERCIAL f e^^gfl COVERAGES I %  PHONE 9-3836 I 1* N. K. 2-d ST. MIAMI 32 FLA. f NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring be engage in business under the fictitious nal ( POINCIANA MAR al 7:':. N. E. 1st Avenue-. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of DaebCounty. Florida. WILLIAM F. WYNN oltiN P, PARKER STANLEY D. CAIDIN Attorney feer William F. Wynn and Orln F. Parker 9 22-29 lo/iS-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that the> undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SCHOR PLAZA HOTEL at 2129 Washington Avenue, Miami Ile-acli, Florida, intends to register said name with tinClerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Horldu. HARRY COLUHAOEN HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 9/22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COITRT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.— IN CHANCERY, No. 135591. LAURA COOKLI8H. Plaintiff, vs. PRANCES .1 C< IOKLISH, l lefendant, YOU, PRANCES .1. COOKLISH, General Delivery, Borough Hall, Brooklyn, New York, are hereby notified that a BUI eef Complaint for Divorcehas I n filed against you and you anrequired to Berve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill eif Complain! on the plaintiff's attorney, THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ, 922 Seybold Ruil.ling.^Mlami. Florida. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 26th day of October, 1950. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will betaken agalnsl you foi therelief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26th clay of September, I960. E. II. LEATHERMAN. fle-lc. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M C. PEIGE. Deputy Clerk. THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ, Attorney for Plaintiff, % % %  2-i Seybold Building, Miami, Florida 11-29 10/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undeisigne-d. desiring to engage in j business under the fie-titimis name of BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS at 17 N. E. llth Street, Miami. Fleerlda, In| tends to register said name with the i Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. HENRY DiiNNKR RICHARD STRICHARTZ Attorney for Henry Donner :>, 22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that theundersigned, desiring tee engage in business under the fictitious name of THE PROHMAN MANUFACTURING en al :::::n N. w. No. River Drive, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PHYLLIS FROHMAN HARRY FROHMAN ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Phyllis Kiohman and Harry Frohman 9/22-29 10/6-13 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE CIRCUIT e.ii'RT OF THE IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— AT LAW. No. 24349. SHORES REALTY, INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. CARNIVAL SWEET SHOPPE8, INC., a Florida corporation, Defendant. Noli cis hereby given thai l. JIMMY SULLIVAN, Sheriff of Dade County, Florida, bs -. Ii tue ol a Writ of Execution Issued oul of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, on the ] 29th day ..f September, 1950, In that In cause he sue IRES REALTY, INC., a Florida corporation, was plaintiff, and CARNIVAL SWEET I SHOPPE8, INC., a Florida corpora j tiein. was defendant, havi in my possession the following described property: l Lawson Hoi Water Heater 1 —i Hole Ico Cream Box l Grand las I ivi n with Hood l Electric Meal Gi Inder 1 Floor Mop with mop squeeser i Bi u. is Table l Lot Miscellaneous cooking utensils, pots, pans, knives, forks, etc. approximately .ii pieces IFluorescent lights, s bulbs extra l i.oi miscellaneous %  •-• | ft drinks 1 Lot miscellaneous canned goods, small amount 1 Lot miscellaneous baby supplies 1 1.01 miscellaneous flash light batteries 1 Electricjuicer 1 i-it miscellaneous compacts 1 Bllverware stand 1 Electric soup Kitchen 2 Display Tables 1 I*ot miscellaneous sugars, sail .<: pepper 1 l.e.i miscellaneous dishes, approximately I'lU 1 le-e as 1 l-eet napkin holders; 1 lot straws: 1 i^el misc. ash trays 1 ly.i miscellaneous silverware-, approximately 160 pieces 1 Lot miscellaneous glasses, approximately 18 pieces 1 l^eet miscellaneous Bundae dishes, approximately •'." 1 Lot miscellaneous mustard dishes, approximate!} 10 1 I>et miscellaneous creamers, approximately 30 pieces 1 —:: burnei coffee maker, electric 1 —2-burner Bltox coffee maker, electric 1 Pair scales 1 C itnplete soda fountain with all attachments 1 b .cieain box, 6 holes l e iocs "ola 1 Hspensi r 1 Hai k Bar, 3-plee • %  with Shelves 2 Pie c— with be.iiom cooler compartment 1 Htl ludge 1 Mi Bu %  I %  %  1 Tnastmaster Waffle Ii 1 Tc-a-lliri •!.%  Tos 1 Metal I' inking I %  intaln v. Ith b •• Well 12 Pieces 1 Stl 1111 T ibli -in .%  i' 1 I ei ;> Frj er 1 I:-%  -e Iteachln Cook r 1 Sandwich Si ind 1 —4-hui 10-' Gas 'ooker 1 — 1 -hole Klti hen 1 ': 1Oi iil-l'.ak. iCombination 1 All-Mi tal Back Bar with II 1 In K Ichen 1 Globi Mi r 1 E le -trie Dlshw.inher complete with Ti.i.i .mil Drains-metal 1 T.I ble -1: pe Can Opi 1 w.i 11-tj;..Ft. n.-n ir\sllcer 2 Cigar '.1-.2 National 1 'ash R< glste rs 1 Back Show Case with Cigarette 1 'ase r Rolls Pins I" Rasoi Sets %  I 1 'aril Stand I llspla | I :: Hook Stand Displa) s 1 Step Stool 1 Lot miscellaneous cosmetics, large assortment 1 Lot miscellaneous sundries 1 Lending Library 1 Glass Show c.cscs. slid,doors 1 Long Displa) Table, approximately r.ci feet 1 Lot miscellaneous toys, dolls, etc-. 1 l.eet miscellaneous soaps with display stand 1 Lot Patented Medicines 1 l.e.1 miscellaneBOUs Dye 1 Lot miscellaneous shoe polish 1 l.eei miscellaneous wash cloths 1 Lot miscellaneous candies 7 Bai k Wall I llsplay Stands 1 Lot Toilet Paper 1 Card Display stand with Assorted Cards 1 Zenith 1: id Player 1 l.c-r miscellaneous Records 1 Lot miscellaneous Toilet Articles, bedpans, etc. 1 Lot miscellaneous Hot Water Bottles 1 Lot mis, ell.11 us Hair Dye 1 i/it miscellaneous faterno Hi t with Stove 1 Medicine Bin With Slide Drawers 4 Wall-type Display Stands used In in,-' 1 i. i 11 %  room 1 Water Hose 1 10-foot si|i Ladder S'eon Signs 2 Pedestal I-.111M 2 Paper Holders with Wrapping Paper 1 Pair I I iby Scales c; Leatherette Baths 18 Bar Stools with backs _' Bar stools without backs 1 Service Bar, approximately BO feet long as the property of the said CARNIVAL SWEET SHOPPES, INC., a Florida corporation, being the same property upon which the undersigned has here* tofore levied under the Distress Warrant hereto! issued In the above cause on August 8, 1950; that on the lflth day of October, 1950, between the Incurs of sale, namely: between 11:00 o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon, on the said day. at the • pre-mise-s on which said property is located, "c"l N. w. iu:lrd Street, DaebCounty. Florida, I shall Offer for sabto the highest bidder bucash ill Hand, theabovedescribed property. Dated this 29th day eef September, 1900. JIMMY SULLIVAN Sheriff of Dade Countv, Florida Bj JACK H I'.YKR. Deputy Sheriff GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 4211 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 10/6-13 The Boston Gazette, leading newspaper which espoused the cause of the American Revolution never had more than 2,000 circulation.



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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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October 13, 1950

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 13, 1950

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
f^SME 23-NUMBER 41
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
NEWS FLASHES Israel To Expand Asricultural Production
WICHITA. Kans.. (JTA)All ... ... ,
,-ganizations in Wichita J Israel securities for as low as
$10 per share to the actual open-
ing in Israel of a small self-
operated workshop, which under
special circumstances, can cost as
little as $10,000 cash, including
transportation and housing for
the investor and his family.

mvited to join a Com-
knunitv Council. Initiative in this
Kove was taken by a group of 31
L,up representatives meeting in
i 9 of the Mid-Kansas
j, h. Welfare Federation.
Federation has begun pub-
a monthly newspaper,
The Digest, which is edited by
Melvm Witrogen.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J.,
jX\iThe 1950 Charles Mickle
fellowship of the University of j"
Toronto's medical faculty has'
been awarded to Dr. Selman
Waksman, discoverer of strep-
tomycin, it was announced here.
Dr. Waksman, who is associated
NEW YORK, (JTA)"A Re-
port from Israel" will be delivered
by Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, a na-
tional chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, over the conti-
nent-wide facilities of the Ameri-
JWV Urges Review
Of German Policy
ASBURY PARK, (JTA) The
four-day 55th annual encamp-
ment of the Jewish War Veterans
of the United States concluded
here this week following the
passage of resolutions calling for
adoption of President Truman's
JERUSALEM, (JTA)An official announcement issued by
the Premier's office here said that the Israel government
following consultations with local and foreign economic experts
has decided to expand agricultural production, as "vital to
improvement of Israel's economic situation;" to increase exports
and to lift the ban on capital want to combat soon the lack of
import in the form 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 parli-
Rutgers University here, is
Ith'e 30th winner of the award.
which is accompanied by an $800
leash grant. Dr. Waksman said he
| ise the money to further his
Iresearch work in microbiology.
NEW YORK, (JTA)Israel is-
Isued a new stamp this week
[honorins the Maccabiah which is
currently being held in Israel.
I The stampolive and blackwas
-.(.[ by the noted stamp de-
signer of London, A. Games. It
[bears the picture of a sprinter.
IThe stamps are issued in sheets
lef 50.
civil rights program, increased
Broadcasting Company's economic aid to Israel and opposi-^ sment a bill -filing for the float-
"Message of Israel" program on Ition to the creation "now, or at i ing of a popular loan, backed by
Sunday October 22 at 10 a.m.' any time in the future, of a new; gold, and will alsothrough a
(EST) i German Army under independent: specially-reated association of
1 German command." municipalitiespromote a nation-
Earlier, the veterans had urged I al lottery. Further, tourism will be
a review of American policy in
Germany and had declared that
the establishment of an inde-
pendent West German govern-
ment had failed to meet the chief
goals of American policy in
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) A
two-day weekend celebration
marked the 100th anniversary of
the Har Sinai Lodge of B'nai
B'rith here. Admiral Chester W.
Nimitz, U.S. Navy Chief of Staff,
and Frank Goldman, president of
B'nai B'rith, were the main
speakers at the Centennial Dinner
at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel.
LOS ANGELES. (JTA)Joseph
|J. Cummins, publisher of the local
I Anglo-Jewish newspaper, B'nai
fB'rith Messenger, told a Federal
[Communications Commission
I hearing that he had "never heard
Jany complaint against station
IKMPC, or its owner, G. A.
'Richards'." The F.C.C. is investi-
gating charges that Richards
owner of four radio stations
ordered news broadcasts slanted
in an anti-Semitic manner.
'Tor more than 30 years," Mr.
Cummins said, "I have been a
militant Jew and I have been on
the bjkout for people to go after
in the columns of the paper, but
I have never had anything against
. ds."
LOS ANGELES, (JTA)Sev-
eral Jewish organizations re-
ceived financial gifts from the
AFL International Ladies Gar-
ment Workers Union's annual
collection here. Institutions which
received gifts included the Com-
munity Chest, City of Hope Sani-
traium, Histadrut, Jewish Welfare
Fund, Red Cross, Jewish Labor
Committee and Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital.
encouraged through uie opening
of special tourist shops where
goodsincluding national mer-
chandisewill tie sold to visitors
from abroad.
Another concession which the
eradicating Nazism from Ger- government madeand which has
many's political, economic and
educational life. The JWV called
for: 1. The democratization of
Germany's economy and educa-
tion; 2. The development of de-
pendable democratic German
been sought by proponents of free
enterpriseis the sale of urban
government land to private buy-
ers undertaking building pro-
grams, or paying in foreign cur-
rency. More effective tax-collec-
leaderships to replace Nazis who j tion methods will be introduced,
NEW YORK, (JTA) Rabbi
Philip S. Bernstein of Rochester,
N. Y. has been elected National
Chaplain of Sigma Alpha Mu
Fraternity. Rabbi Bernstein, pres-
ident if the Central Conference
of American Rabbis, became a
member of the Fraternity as an
undergraduate of Syracuse Uni-
Sigma Alpha Mu, an or-
ganization of Jewish college men,
has 45 chapters and 40 alumni
clubs throughout the United
States and Canada.
NEW YORK, (JTA)The cur-
retn issue of "Economic Hori-
zons." monthly publication of the
E mic Department of the
Agency, outlines Jhe roles
the small American capi-
an play in the new Jewish
51
1 ;; irtunities for the small in-
x range from the purchase
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)Two
scientific "miracles," X-ray and
television, have created a new
method to save lives and prevent
suffering, it was revealed here
this week at the Jewish Hospital.
Experiments in long-range G-ray
diagnosis by television have been
successfully conducted at the hos-
pital by Dr. J. Gershon-Cohen,
chief of radiology, and Drs. Simon
Berger, Mortimer B. Hermel, Vic-
tor Kremens, Samuel Levine and
David Sklaroff, of the hospital's
radiology department.
With the new technique sick
or injured patients in a small
country hospital or other out-of-
the-way place can be provided
with the benefits of instantaneous
consultation with an X-ray spe-
cialist in a distant city. The new
method is called "videognosis,"
involving the use of a television
transmitter to send out the X-ray
pictures, and an ordinary tele-
vision receiver on which the
radiologist miles away views
them. ,
The specialist and physician at
the bedside confer by telephone,
"reading" the X-ray picture, and
discuss the necessary treatment.
A similar technique is the "telog-
nosis," the transmittal of X-ray
photos by wire facsimile, using
commercial telephone lines, which
Dr. Gershon-Cohen has been ex-
perimenting with for the last two
years. _______
have returned to influential posi-
tions in government and industry
and 3. The rejection of former
Nazis as allied in the democracies'
efforts to curb "Communist ag-
gression in Germany."
World War II naval hero Ad-
miral William F. Halsey, who ad-
dressed the veterans, praised the
valor of Jewish servicemen and
women and pointed out that there
is no bigotry in America's nation-
al cemeteries where the war dead
are buried. Secretary of the Army
Frank Pace, Jr., spoke on the
Korean war. Henry Albert of New
York was elected national com-
mander of the group, succeeding
Jackson J. Holtz of Boston.
the communique said, and the
government will undertake "cer-
tain measures abroad" to mobilize
capital.
foreign currency."
Ingathering of the exiles, the
ar.iiouncemen-. emphasized, in-
creases the Yishuv and its needs
more rapidly and on a larger scale
than does expanded production.
Nevertheless, it was stressed, the
number-of Jews living in immi-
grant reception camps is decreas-
ing and there is now almost full
employment throughout the coun-
try. The government is enlarging
its agricultural and industrial
output, is increasing its exports
and is conducting most develop-
ment schemes with "great results"
the announcement said.
It was recalled in the statement
that the Israel parliament had
approved the government's "basic
economic" policy and the "gov-
ernment will continue to act in
accordance" with this policy.
From time to time, however, it
was added, the government will
"reviewin the light of con-
stantly-changing conditionsthe
adjustment and implementation to
new needs."
The announcement also said
that immigrants and investors
will be permitted to bring in
The announcement stressed that | goods under government control.
"no changes are intended" which
would hinder mass immigration
and absorption, although "these
impose heavy responsibilities on
the state and its citizens." The
announcement added: "The gov-
ernment does not promise an easy
salvation. The state's difficulties
emanate from defense needs, in-
gathering of the exiles and con-
quering of the desert programs
unparalleled by any other coun-
try. Those difficulties cannot be
removed easily or soon. We also
Legislators Receive Invitations
To Klan Pow-Wow In Live Oak
Local B'nai B'rith Lodges Poised For
Membership Campaign To Open Sunday
Nine B'nai B'rith Lodges
Florida are poised for the | for < South_ Florida. North Shore |
i:*n.,l to launch "the biggest
Members of the Florida legisla-
ture have received invitations to
attend a meeting of the Ku Klux
Klan at the Court House in Live
Oak, Florida. Saturday evening.
October 14, it has been revealed
by Gilbert J. Balkin, regional di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
The Klan invitations badly
mimeographed postcardswhich
attack religious and human rela-
tions agencies are signed by Bill
Hendrix, "grand dragon." Hen-
drix, Balkin disclosed, is the
designated agent of the Original
Southern Klans, Inc.. in an ap-
plication to carry on business
within the state. The application
was filed with Secretary of State
R. A. Gray in Tallahassee by the
Original Southern Klan, Inc., in
March, 1949.
"The people of the state should
be aware of the activity of the
Klan in our state at the present
time," Balkin said. He pointed
out that the Original Southern
Klan. Inc., as well as the Associa-
tion of Georgia Klans and As-
sociated Klans of America are in- '
eluded in the United States
Attorney General's list of sub-
versive organizations.
These groups are characterized \
as "organizations which have',
un-American mobs will not be
allowed to terrorize minority
groups in this state," the governor
said.
"The open flouting by the Klan
of Gov. Warren's declaration
poses a grave threat to the se-
curity and safety of the people
of Florida, together with a blight
on the good name of our state,"
Balkin said.
"The governor and appropriate
state agencies are called upon to
take immediate necessary and ef-
fective action with respect to hate
organizations and activity which
undermines needed American
unity through the fomenting of
prejudice and bigotry.
According to Balkin, the Klan
invitation includes the statement:
"One of the rottenest boards in
the state of Florida is the welfare
setup, which is causing our old
people untold hardships to get a
measly few dollars pension, while
we are taking the money and
promoting an illcgitmate race of
White and Negro children."
More about the Klan next
week.
Public bodies operating in Israel
will be required to hand in their
income from overseas campaigns
in foreign currency, while organ-
izations with established institu-
tionssuch as Hadassahwill be
permitted to bring in goods for
their institutions, subject to gov-
ernment approval.
membership drive in B'nai B'rith
' on Sunday, October 15.
A!l lodges in this area have
scheduled kick-off breakfasts to
- attended by officers, key
workers and membership com-
mittees. A goal of 1,000 new mem-
bers has been set for the 53-day
anve to end on December 3.
Miami Beach Lodge will spon-
sor a breakfast in the King Ar-
jnur Room of the Saxony Hotel,
icatunng an address by George
J- Tahanoff, Miami Beach at-
orney and membership chairman
Lodge, under the d'rein i adopted" a policy of advocating or
President Leonard I appr0ving the commission of acts
Membership Chairman Milton
Mannheimer, will meet at a kick-
off breakfast at Keen's Restau-
rant, 6950 Collins Ave. Sholem
Lodge, largest B'nai B'rith unit
in the state, has set a goal of
300 new members for the drive.
Its breakfast affair will be held
at the Miamian Restaurant, 141
East Flagler St., under the di-
rection of membership chairman,
Bernard Newmark, who is also
the state membership chairman.
(Continued on Page 4)
of force and violence to deny their
rights under the Constitution of
the United States."
These Klan units are in the af-
fadavit being utilized to deter-
mine the loyalty of prospective
inductees into the armed forces,
according to news which was
released this week.
In January, 1949, Gov. Fuller
Warren pledged that he would
"ask the 1949 legislature to out-
law the Klan and other such
terrorist organizations Such
Montor To Head
Loan Campaign
Jerusalem, tivities in the United States for
the proposed Israel government
billion-dollar loan will be headed
by Henry Montor. now director of
the United Jewish Appeal, Eliezer
Kaplan, the Finance Minister, dis-
closed here this week.
Mr. Kaplan is expected to ac-
extended to
Conclave to Feature
Varied Institutes
A series of six institutes will be
conducted as part of the annual
meeting of the Florida State Con-
ference of Social Work to be held
in Jacksonville. October 15-18,
Mayor Harold Turk, Dade County
chairman for the conference, has
announced.
The institutes, never before
undertaken on this large a scale,
will provide social and health
workers, as well as non-profes-
sional persons, an opportunity to
discuss with nationally known
figures in their fields a wide
variety of subjects.
Subjects for the institutes in-
clude "Public Assistance." "Men-
tal Health," "Medical Care,"
"Social Group Work," "Adminis-
tration" and "Institutional Care,"
Turk said. The institutes will be
conducted concurrently Sunday
afternoon, October 15, and the
following Monday morning. A
small fee will be charged and
attendance will be limited.
In planning sectional meetings
the program committee kept in
mind the general theme of the
conference meeting"The Mid-
century Brings New Horizons."
Tii.isi- sessions will run concur-
rently Monday afternoon and
Tuesday morning.
Subjects for the sectional meet-
ings are "Florida's Social Services
for Children at the Midcentury."
"Impacts of Modern Living on
Family Life" and "AgingIts Im-
plications."
Among the leaders for the in-
stitutes are Rosa Rabinow, district
director with the Massachusetts
Department of Public Welfare; W.
L. Kindelsperger of the School of
Social Work, Tulane University;
Morris Klass, director of the
cept the invitation
him by the 50 American Jewish
leaders who attended the recent
emergency economic conference Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
here to attend the national con- : Leo Allen, director of the Jewish
ference at Washington on October
27 convened by these leaders to
intensify aid to Israel.
Home for the Aged; Judge Harold
B. Spaet, president of the Jewish
Home for the Aged.


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I'll Say...
An imposing monument was recently unveiled in
Amsterdam It stands where a Jewish community of
fcMlOO souls resided before the war in prosperous
K nientment. It contains a series of plaques in bas-
KpUef expressive of suffering, of piety, of gratitude.
nscriptions in Dutch give thanks to Christian com-
Ktriots for saving Jewish lives during the German
Kpuoation. But neither the Community Council, nor
fcn\ other Jewish organization, would take part in the
W ,. ,.,10nv. The Burgemeister had to accept the
mrial from a private committee representing in-
Sual donors. Why?
Jewish Contributions to Holland
In no country was there ever a better integration
j jowi.-h life within the national framework. Once
J voa) the Queen would attend a service in the
K sM'ic Portuguese synagogue. The alliance with the
K'oval House goes back hundreds of years. In the
lliti' 16th century, Holland was the only European
country to open its doors wide enough for Spanish
Bla-:-;i:"i'is to find a haven of safety for religious
lj',.i m. Immediately, prosperity smiled upon the
|l M ath sea level. In the 17th century, the
lands was able to fight England on equal
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Ii is generally conceded that Portuguese Jews
contnhuted largely to the wealth and power of the
Busing Dutch Republic during its infancy. Before the
Bv : .Amsterdam was a world center for the diamond
Bindustrv. which constituted a Jewish monopoly as
B'.o management and the labor of trained stone cutters.
BAfter 1933, Jewish refugees from Germany and
Centra) Europe opened factories and created new
Iindustries to the advantage of Netherlands economy.
IBut I never knew to what extent Jews contributed
|to the artistic, literary, scientific, and political life
Iof Holland until I spoke with Dr. Jacob Melkman,
Iauthor, lecturer, and editor of Nieuw Israelitish
IWeekblad.
\ln the Arts
In New York, I once saw a Dutch drama, The Good
*Jewisti fhridiar
PAGE THREE
Yom Kippur In Amsterdam
By HABRY SIMONHOFF
Hope, staged by Eva Le Gallienne. But I didn't know
that its author Herman Heyermans, the greatest of
Holland's dramatists, was Jewish. Rembrandt Square
is located in the heart of Amsterdam. Half a dozen
blocks away in the Jodenbreestraat (the wide Jewish
street) stands the home of the immortal painter.
Today it is a museum visited by thousands who ad-
mire its etchings left by one of the world's great
artists. But a pamphlet tells the tourist that in the
early 20th century, Rembrandt's home was in ruins.
It was reconstructed into a national shrine through
the untiring efforts of Josef Israels, a Dutch-Jewish
painter, after whom a street is named.
In Politics
Before the war, the Dutch-Jewish community gave
tone, color and direction to music, to the arts, to the
stage. Holland is probably the best example of a
social democracy anywhere. It is to the credit of the
Socialist Party that Dutch workers have the best
housing accommodations of any laboring class in the
world. Before 1940, Jews constituted about 80% of
the leadership in the Socialist movement. Jewish
influence in public life can be estimated from the
following: Amsterdam is governed by an elected
board of 45 councilmen. with an executive of five
administrators. Before the Nazi invasion, 30 of the
city councillors and four of the executives were Jews.
The Nazi Invasion
It was but natural for Jews to suppose that they
were true Hollanders of the Mosaic religion. But
they were disillusioned. Of the pre-war Jewish
population of 135,000, only 25,000 survived. About
100.000 perished in German concentration camps.
Scarcely 5000 returned, snatched from the gas
chambers by a miracle. The disconcerting fact re-
mains that only 3000 adults and 3000 children were
saved in hideouts by their Christian fellow citizens.
The remaining survivors are those returnees, who
fled before Hitler marched in.
The soul of Dutch Jewry has sustained a deep
wound. The realization that Hollanders are generally
tolerant and kind only aggravates the hurt. Jews
are haunted by the humiliating recollection that in
liberal Holland the proportion of Jewish deaths was
higher than anywhere in Western or even Central
Europe. Survivors relate some ugly tales of gouging
by their Gentile saviors. When money gave out, some
were turned out of the house, to be nabbed by the
Gestapo. The community feels more sad than resent-
ful. But Gentile apathy need not be whitewashed on
a monument of gratitude.
The Portuguese Synagogue
Yom Kippur, I worshipped in the famous Portu-
guese shule, built in 1675. In this tall, spacious, grim
sanctuary, electricity is taboo. Hundreds of candles
flickered in somber, half mysterious light. The Chief
Rabbi S. Rodriques Perreira could give no reason
why sand is strewn upon the wide-beamed, old floor.
In a thin pleasing voice, the youthful Chazan, a talith
covering his broad brimmed 17th century hat. chanted
Sephardic Hebrew in unfamiliar oriental strains. The
congregation responded with melodic unison that
blended and harmonized ibly.
Its Ritual and History
The exotic spectacle, somewhat eerie, Is unfor-
gettable. The high silk hats and white stiff shirts
prevented any sensation of intrusion into the van
past. Yet over and above the piquant charm of the
colorful scene hovered an atmosphere of heartbreak
and tragedy. More benches were vacant than oc-
cupied. Jewish and Christian visitors notwithstand-
ing. A decade ago, the high holiday crowd overt] Wed
into the walled courtyard.
The proud historic congregation, which drove
Spinoza out of Judaism and excommunicated Uriel
A'Costa, has been decimated to less than 1000 souls.
The City Fathers of Amsterdam had prevailed upon
the Nazi Gauleiter to save the celebrated synagogue
from German vandalism. But what effort was made
to save from Dachau and Buchenwald the descendants
of the Spanish-Portuguese Marranos, who made so
significant a contribution to the wealth, power, and
culture of Holland?
| Board Meeting Slated
Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
IWomen will hold its monthly
(board meeting on Tuesday, Octo-
Iber 17. at 8:15 p.m. at the home
[of Mrs. Irving Laibson, 747 85th
ISt.. Miami Beach.
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Ave
OCULIST'S
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Mrs. Volpe To Speak
Mrs. Marie Voipe, manager of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, will begin her
radio talks about the symphony
concerts over WKAT on Saturday,
October 14, at 6 p.m. She will be
interviewed by John Prosser of
WKAT.
Dov Luncheon Planned
Mrs. Joseph Sobel. 680 S.W. 7th
Ave., will be hostess at a fund-
raising luncheon for Dov Chapter
of Mizrachi Women on Wednes-
day, October 18, at 12:30 p.m. at
her home.
Cuds will follow luncheon and
reservations may be made by
calling 9-4575.
Sisterhood To Meet
Sisterhood <>f the Miami He-
brew School and Congregation
will hold its first monthly meeting
of the season on Tuesday. October
17. at 12:30 p.m. in the school
auditorium.
Rabbi Simon April will speak.
and social events for the year will
be outlined.
Bea*h Center
H omen To Meet
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center will hold its first
meeting of the season on Monday.
October 16, at 1:30 p.m. in the
center dining room, it has been
announced by Mrs. Ira C. Walsey,
president.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be the presentation of an original
playlet, written especially for the
group by John Burr and produced
by Lillian Fox and Ruth E.
Forman of the Dramatic Academy
of Miarrti Beach. Following the
skit, there will be community
singing led by Ben Yomen. center
musical director. Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg is in charge of the pro-
The sisterhood is now working
on a souvenir journal to be pub-
lished in conjunction with a
Chanuka dinner dance to be held
at Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel on
December 9.
After-School
Registration
Program
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13.
EDITORIAL
"Operation Magic Carpet"
One day last month there was a brief but
momentous ceremony at Israel's Lydda Airport.
Attended by Israeli officials and by representa-
tives of the Joint Distribution Committee, the
ceremony marked a significant milestone in
modern Jewish history. For it noted the successful
completion of JDC's great airlift "Operation Magic
Carpet," and it meant that 50.CC0 Yemenite Jews
nearly the entire Jewish peculation of that Arab
landhad been flown safely from Aden to a
haven end a home in the Holy Land.
The great JDC-chcrtered C-54's end DC-4's,
which to the Jews of Yemen had been the "eagles'
wings" described in the Bible, had completed
theii mission, and could new be diverted to Iran
end ether creas from which JDC air-rescue opera-
te ns are still continuing to add ne-.v chapters
:: the greatest exodus in medern history.
Th oing of Operation Magic Carpet in
November 194: geve '..::'.e clue to the startling
prcpcrr.c.-.s :\r.:zr. :he airlift eventually assumed.
Little wai known about the cctual Jewish popula-
:.:.-. :: Yemenone estimate was as low as
What was known was that in Yemen, as in
z:'r.e: Moslem areas, a Jew was without rights,
without here. A Jew could not look down upon
an Arab- therefore, a Jew riding a donkey had to
dismount when he pessed en Arab, a' Jewish
shop had to be built below ground-level. It was
known to; that the situation of Yemen's Jews,
isolated as they were, hed grown a thousand
times mere difficult durinc the Arab attacks on
Israel that there was constant danger of increas-
ing anti-Jewish outbreaks.
The rumor of safety was a signal. When they
heard that in Aden the "eagles' wings" were
waiting rr.er. women and children, the sick and
the aged =et ;:: or. toot on the 200-mile trek across
the desert counting en JDC to do the rest, to bring
them to z safety they had never known.
The Joint Distribution Committee would be the
lest to :laim exclusive credit for "Operation Magic
Carpet though it was JDC initiative end know-
107th Hirthday
The cocst-to-coast membership drivo ,
conducted by the B'nai B'rith in co~JL **
of its 107th anniversary, perhaps mcTS?! 1
thing that may be written abo it de *"'"r' e true character of the orqaruzaC^
when oraani^rrti^. ."' ni tl
DM
accept the conqratulations and "we'1 ? *
th
the
venerable age
might be content
to rest
organizations, liU \" *
t on their 1 '.', ffie*
laurels
ot (I
v:50r a^l
S& V
His Accompanying Spirit
how which made the operation successful. But in
the final sense this great human airlift, as well
as the movement of the planes and ships which
are daily bringing hundreds of men, women and
children from Europe, from Moslem areas and
from the Far East to the Holy Land was made
possible by the hundreds of thousands of Ameri-
can Jews who have given their share to the
United Jewish Appeal, from which JDC receives
its funds.
grateful world, B'nai B'rith, with
ebullience belying its more than a cernm,
existence, is launching the most crnbitious
bership campaign in its distinguished hist-"1'
B'nai B'rith's perpetual vitality and strenat?L
be attributed to its dynamic program o! sp-
in almost every field of human endeavor ?**
college campus to city slum, the vcluable *2
of the groupfor non-Jewish, cs well as JeJ?
peoplehas been recognized. This' rerncrrhhv
record cf service has won for B'nai Brith-42
the Jewish peoplethe esteem of the world
Organized by a dozen public-spirited cBU
on October 13, 1843, the group now boasts!
membership of 330,000 members in all pcrjl
the globe. With the intensive coc:-!o-door'ca&
paign now being pushed by an army of'volta
teers. B'nai B'rith is indeed destined to add to in
accomplishments.
Congratulations to en old and praisewoitb
friend on the American-Jewish scene.
The ceremony at Lydda last month was a bid
one. To the JDC officials present, "Operatioi
Magic Carpet" was already history, and alreci
their minds were turning to the other unfinished
operations, the "now or never" emigratioi
"Poland, from Rumania, from Iran, from Iraq, na
other lands.
The Jews of Yemen have indeed been delivered
to safety. But the hundreds of thousands of Jen
in Europe and Moslem areas, who today have al
opportunity to emigrate which they may never
have again, must look to American Jewry fal
aid which can come from no other source.
B'nai B'rith Units
Poised For Drive
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Troj I L Igt Pri -.-
nt Sam Kessler, has planned a
a.m. kick-off breakfast at
P sedale Restaurant, 170 N W. 5th
St t be t ll< wed at 2:30 p m.
'-. a gay nineties revue and.
stein party at the Rosedale.
Coral Gables Lodge has pledged
to double its present membership ,
in the campaign and will launch '.
it? teams from a breakfast at
Tyler's Restaurant. 1526 Ponce de
Leon Blvd. C. R. Jacobson. ex-
tive director of the B'nai B'rith
C uncil, will address the Coral
Gable; workers. Isaac Levin
Lodge, headed by President
Emanuel Levenson. will sponsor
a membership picnic for prospects
and guests during the first week
(t the membership campaign. Phil
Scruff is chairman of the affair
Hollywood Lodge, under the
leadership :' President Louis
Charnow, will also sponsor a
eakfast at Shery's Restaurant
in H Uywood In Ft. Lauderdale.
the B'nai B'rith Lodge is also
leduled to hold a kick-off
breakfast on October 15. it has
been reported by President Daniel
Danart.
Valuable prizes will be awarded
to top membership workers in this
drive. George Bertman. president
of the B'nai B'rith Council, re-
iled Included in the awards
will be sterling silver marcasite
cuff links with the menorah em-
blem, marcasite menorah lapel
pins, marcasite menorah tie hold-
B'r.a: B'rith emblem desk sets
and menorah pencils. In addition.,
the District Grand Lodge of B'nai:
B'rith will award parchment cer- :
tificates to all workers enrolling'
five or more members in the drive
and the council will award its'
annual bronze plaque to the lodge
securing most members.
All men and women interested '
in joining B'nai B'rith. the coun-
try's oldest Jewish Service Or-
ganization, may obtain further
details by calling the B'nai B'rith
offices at 82-5684.
Patton Enter*
Constable Race
G- irge Patt n. who has served
( the local gan i g
squad, has anounced his candi-
: for constable in the 2nd
District.
A native I Pittsburgh. Pa., the
31-year-old candidate served with
the Office of Strategic Services
(Counterspy Department of the
Armed Forces) during the war in
Italy. Egypt. Yugoslavia. Greece.
Upon his release from serv.ee.
he moved to Miami with his
mother and obtained a position as
a Miami Beach policeman, leaving
to accept an appointment as
deputy sheriff on the staff of
Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan. In that
office he worked his way up to
head the gambling squad.
He is a member of the Greek
Orthodox Church, the North Mi-
ami Post of American Legion.
Coral Gables Lodge of Elks.
AHEPA. He is associate barker of
the Variety Club.
Married to the former Elaine
Pnos. he lives at 6800 Tamiami
Canal Road.
New Feature Added
A new feature. "What's Doing
in the World." a Yiddish newscast
by Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, has
been added to the Yiddish Classi-
Vet Vies For
Constable Post
Walter
year-old
Palmer Johnson. 29-
veHiati oi World War
cal Hour from 7 to 7:15 p.m. every jr. has announced that he is seek-
Tuesday over station V, INZ. jng tne post of constable for 2nd
District, to replace O. D. Hender-
Morris Nasatir. program director,
has announced.
The Yiddish Classical Hour is
broadcast from 6 to 7:15 p.m. on
Tuesday and from 12 noon to 1:30
p.m. on Sunday.
Wet more Seeks
Constable Seat
son. who resigned to become
safety director.
Johnson, who rose from the
ranks to the grade of captain,
said that he is campaigning on a
clatform "to enforce all laws and
to give businessmen better service
than they are getting out of the
office."
Bob Wetmore. Miami business- A native of Albany. Ga.. the
man and resident of this area for I candidate lived in Tallahassee
Sam Braslau sky
Re-Opens Market
Sam Braslawsky, formerlv of
Chicago. 111., and South Ha'ven.
Mich announces the re-opening
of his establishment at 1675 Alton
Road. Miami Beach, where he
specializes in top-quality kosher
meats and poultry.
Braslawsky. a "veteran of the
food busmess. operated a large
market in Chicago, as well as
markets in various parts of
Michigan.
Patrons are invited to visit the
new market or avail themselves
of the free delivery service by
calling 5-7944.
40 years, has announced his can-
didacy for constable in the 2nd
District. Election will be held
Tuesday. October 7.
Married and the father of one
son serving in the U. S. armed
forces, the candidate attended
elementary and high schools in
Miami and served as a sergeant
m the 265th Coast Artillery.
A charter member of the River-
side Exchange Club, he is an
honorary member of Miami Police ;
Benevolent Association, director
of Boy Scout Troop 438. a member
of the Miami Auxiliary Police.
Army and Navy Union. Interna- i
tional Aviation Fraternity. Young
Democratic Club, Elks, Chamber
of Commerce.
He resides at 1530 N.W. 8th St.
and Jacksonville, received a de-
gree in business administration at
the University of Florida, worked
toward a law degree at the Uni-
versity of Miami and is now in
the cattle business at Belle Glade.
Johnson, who is married to
Betty Switzer. lives at 1031 N.W.
39th Court. He is a member of
the Harvey Seeds Post. American
Legion, and the McAllister Post.
VFW. He is also a member of the
Holy Cross Episcopal Church.
Itabbi Skop To
Discuss Bible
Bott Bar Mitzvah
Victor Bott. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Bott, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday at 9 a.m. at
Beth David Synagogue.
Habonim to Hold
Social Sunday
The Habonim. Labor Zionist
youth of Greater Miami, will hold
its first social of the season on
Sunday. October 15, at 2 p.m. at
the old Beth David, 135 N.W.
3rd Ave.
Highlight of the event will be
a play written by Amalia Glad-
stone. Also on the agenda will be
games, both Israeli and American,
and refreshments.
Groups will be organized under
the leadership of Sarah Udansky,
Amalia Gladstone. Jerry Schul-
man, Rivka Salz, Ruth Cohen and
Clara Bregen.
Mrs. Glasser To Speak
Mrs. L. Glasser. president of
the Dade County Conference of
Jewish Women, will speak on
Jacob Schachter's Jewish radio
program over station WTTT
Sunday.
Mrs. Glasser. mother of two
Hebrew Academy children, will
speak on "What the Hebrew
Academy Did for My Children."
v n
BBYW Cnit To
Hold Sapper
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women will
hold a pot-luck supper Mondav
evening. October 16. at 7 p.m. at
the home of Rima Jackson. 1438
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
A highlight of the affair will be
The Hebrew Bible will be the [
; subject to be discussed at the first '
, book review and forum of the
. Coral Gables Jewish Center:
| Sisterhood by Rabbi Morris A.
: Skop on Sundav, October 15, at I
8:30 p.m.
The review will deal with the !
origin and content of the bible, j
The rabbi will also discuss the '
latest commentaries bv Jewish j
and Christian scholars of the He-
brew Bible. An original manu-
script of a Torah Scroll and copies
of outstanding commentaries will
be on display.
This will mark the first of a
series of monthly book review
and forums to be held at the
(center. Ticket reservations may
be obtained from Mrs. Louis
Lotterman. committee chairman.
Music Consultant
Will Visit Here
Leah Jaffa, music consultant cl
; the National Jewish Wellare\
i Board, and executive secretary of j
! the Na'iona! Jewish Music Ccun-
IciL will visit the Greater Miami I
area from October 18 though
October 26. She will be here
under the auspices of the Jewish I
i Centers Association of Greater!
Miami While here she will meet
j with a number of groups to intro-
duce the subject ax "Jewish Music
Program into the Life of our
Community."
A specialist in Jewish music |
education. Mis? Jaffa was named
, to the two-fold post of musk
consultant to the National Jewish |
Welfare Board (JWB> and execu-
tive secretarv of the JwB-spon-l
sored National Jewish Music
Council over two years ago A
nati%-e of Cleveland, ar.d daughter
of Rabbi Philip W. J3lfa'*
Phoenix. Ariz., she came to JWB
from the Jewish Education Com-
mittee of New York, where she
served as supervisor of Jewish
music teachers and as coordinator
of communitywide inter-sschoci
music activity.
A singer and pianist of note,
Miss Jaffa has served as com-
poser, arranger, accompanist, per-
former, music consultant, a
choral director.
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Hebrew Teachers Open
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The Hebrew Teachers Associa-
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a white elephant sale Also slated ; ing a campaign to acquaint the
JsT10,%0f .?lans f0r the publlc w,,h i^ efforts to "rnprovl
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[fate Hadassah Unit
i Conduct Institute
[Florida Region of Hadassah will
Knsor an all-day institute on ed-
C8S to be held October 20
F,L. Congregation Ohev Sholom
linday School auditorium, in
flando.
|urs Naomi Ben-Asher, nation-
leducation director of Hadassah,
lill conduct the institute. She
T. jUSt returned from an entire
bum"'- stay in Israel and will
Cn a Ci mplete report on activi-
the young nation to the
|Mrs Murry Grossman, regional
Lgidi has announced that the
hstitute will be attended by
b,,ut 300 executive Hadassah
.presenting 29 chap-
[ .iips throughout Flor-
Ha and Puerto Rico.
[in charge of arrangements are
L< Albert Morrell. Orlando, re-
[ 1 vice president; Mrs. Joseph
, president, Orlando
Lpio:: Mrs. Marvin I. Ruder-
tan Gainesville, regional educa-
|on chairman; and Mrs. Alex-
nder Kogan, Miami Beach, re-
liona! chairman, bulletin, pub-
Icity. institutes.
rs. Sirkin Appointed
Appointment of Mrs. Milton
lirkin chairman of the nomi-
I committee of the Greater
C wish Federation has
L'tn announced by William D.
laiger, president.
Other members of the commit-
[ee include Morton Beigel, Joseph
luntov, Emil Gould, Laurence
sevens >n, Benjamin Meyers. Mrs.
Monte Selig, Joseph R. Stein and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Teen Age Dance Set
The Youth Council of the Miami
Jewish Community Center is in-
viting all teen-agers to attend the
iii-st weekly Tuesday night dance
fcl the season on October 17 at
S:30 p.m. at the center gym. Bill
.qubbard's Band, a local high
fcchool outfit, will play, and enter-
ainment and refreshments are on
the agenda.
Series Of B'nai B'rith Indoctrination
Institutes Planned For Florida
A series of B"nai B'rith indoc-
trination institutes will be held
in Florida, according to an
announcement by Melvin S.
Harris, vice president of District
Grand Lodge Five.
Ficst institute, held last week
in Gainesville, was attended by
officers and committee chairmen
of B'nai B'rith Lodges in Gaines-
ville, Daytona Beach, Jackson-
ville, Tallahassee and Pensacola.
Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida region-
al director of the Anti-Defamation
League, led the ADL seminar, and
other B'nai B'rith leaders con-
ducted educational sessions on
Americanism and civic affairs.
Hillel activities and community
service programs.
Second institute will be held
on October 22 in Lakeland for
B'nai B'rith Lodges in Sarasota,
Tampa, St. Petersburg, Lakeland
and Orlando. Harris will be the
principal speaker and similar
seminars will be conducted by
North Florida B'nai B'rith leaders.
An indoctrination institute in
the Greater Miami area is under
the direction of Sidney Aronovitz,
president of Sholem Lodge. The
all-day meeting will be held at
the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach,
on Sunday, October 29, and will
feature talks by Louis Heiman,
George J. Talianoff, Gilbert J.
Balkin and Milton A. Friedman.
Marks Appointed
Paul Marks, Miami attorney, has
been appointed chairman of the
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, com-
mittee to secure signatures on the
"Crusade for Freedom" pledges.
The lodge is the first in this area
to launch an all-out campaign tti
secure signatures among B'nai
B'rilh's 2500 members in the
South Florida area.
The program has been endorsed
by the Americanism and civic af-
fairs commission at B'nai B'rith
national headquarters in Wash-
ington. D. C.
Sorority Alumnae Group
Fetes New Members
Miami Alumnae Chapter of Iota
Alphi Pi Sorority honored new
members at a party Saturday
night at the home of Mrs. Henry
Roman, 2167 S.W. 16th Terr.
Committee in charge of the af-
fair included the Mesdames
Gerald Gleason, Eli King, Harold
Goldstein, Mel Pollak. Bert Sager,
Roman and Miss Martha Ebstein.
Next meeting of the group will
be held at the home of Mrs. Sager
on Monday. October 23. at 8:30
p.m. On the agenda is a report
on the organization's national
convention.
Danee To Mark
First Birthday
The young adult group of the
j Coral Gables Jewish Center will
hold its first anniversary dance,
j "Charleston Capers," on Satur-
| day. October 14, at 9 p.m. in the
I Shelborne Hotel patio.
Prizes, entertainment featuring
! a modern Charleston hop and
; dancing to the music of Michael
! Marvin have been planned, ac-
cording to Florence Marshall,
social chairman.
Next meeting of the group is
scheduled for Wednesday, October
18, at the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
Bowling Postponed
All B'nai B'rith bowling
matches scheduled for Sunday,
October 15, have been postponed
because of the kick-off breakfasts
of all lodges in the B'nai B'rith
national membership campaign, it
has been announced bv Charles
Siegler, president of the South
Florida B'nai B'rith Bowling
League.
JCRS Unit Will
Hold Fete Monday
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
Jewish Consumptive Relief So-
ciety will hold a membership
party Monday, October 16, at 8:30
p.m. in the cocktail lounge of the
Sagamore Hotel.
Mrs. Herman Schoenfeld is
chairman of the event, and Mrs.
David Bendell is co-chairman.
Forming Study Group
A Shi ly group of great books
Is bcin.- organized by Mrs. R. V.
ji'oung. Anyone interested in join-
ing the unit is asked to call
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Tropical Chapter of B'na: B'rith ,
Women will sponsor a card and
man jong party on Monday.
October 16. at 8:30 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. D. Adelberg. 149A
N.E. 67th St.
Mrs. R J. Crystle and Mrs.
Adelberg will be hostesses and
reservations may be made by;
calling 89-7540.
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+Jew1st ncrkHan
PAGE SEVEN
Hadassah Leader To
Conduct Institute
Mrs. Arthur Rubel of Now York
City field director for Hadassah,
will arrive in Miami on Monday,
October 16, to conduct a one-week
membership institute for the
q : Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah.
Eleven local groups will
participate in the all day sessions
which are scheduled for the Monte
Carlo Hotel at Miami Beach.
_M Rubel has just returned
I an extensive tour of Israel
which took her from Dan to
Beersheba and to the borders of
Transjordan, Syria and Lebanon.
She visited ^battlefields, Jewish
National Fund Kibbutzim, immi-
:i camps and Hadassah in-
stitutions, including the new
Youth Aliyah reception camp at
Alonin Ramat, Hadassah Szold
and the newly opened Beersheba
Health Center.
Huhcl was in Tel Aviv on
In,I, pendence Day (May 14) and
, ilem for the opening of
tin Hebrew University Hadassah
Medical School three days later.
Milton Sirkin. president of
the Greater Miami Chapter has
appointed Mrs. Fred Jonas, mem-
i chairman, director of the
insl '
mately 100 executive
: rsonel will participate
igram.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, South-
eastern regional director and
member of the national board of
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion, will head the local delega-
tion Jo the 25th silver jubilee
convention in A::antlc City, N. J.
Accompanying her to the meet
will be Mrs. Nathan Hochman.
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter; Mrs. Hyman Pertes
president of Dov Chapter; and
Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowilz, presi-
dent of Tamara Chapter.
To.io Will Open
Copa City Bill
The nine-week season of the
Copa City Theatre will open with
F ranchot Tone in S. N. Behrman's
"The Second Man" Tuesday.
October 17, at 8:30 p.m. Others
members of the cast include Mar-
garet Lindsay, Barbara Payton
and Walter Brooke.
'I'lv theatre, which is scheduled !
to operate until Ned Schuyler'
and .Murray Weinger open the I
Copa for the lOal season on De-I
comber 21. will be under the j
direction of Irving Barrett, a New
York booking and casting agent.!
and Sandy Scott, who has been I
affiliated with the theatre all of !
his life.
Scott-Barrett Enterprises will
present a new show each week,
leaturing a star policy. Such stars
as Kay Frances, Zackary Scott
and Burgess Meredith are slated
to follow Tone. All the plays will
feature an all star equity cast, in
many instances the original
Broadway cast and road com-
panies playing in the roles.
The shows will be cast, re-
hearsed and produced in New
York by Charlie Horowitz and
, Barrett and will be flown to Mi-
! ami Beach in time for opening
night. Horowitz packages the
| shows for the Brandt Subway
Circuit.
All scat.-, will be reserved. The
tables haye been removed and the
club is set up in theatre style.
The Copa I. ,unge will open with
'the premier performance :
, bag Ch nesi fo I. No food or
beverage will be served in the
theatre proper.
Fall Festival Planned
Thanre will hold its first annual
lall fi .-nival- Saturday, November
1 18. at the home of Harry Gordon,
I 2201 South Miami Ave. Dancing.
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It-rTDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1950
'Jewlsti rtcrictlan
PAGE NINE
personally Speaking
Mrs. Bettie J. Martin, 2732 S.W. 3rd Ave., has returned to her
jome after spending the holidays with relatives and friends in
4azelton. Pa. This was Mrs. Martin's first trip to her former
j since she moved to Miami six and a half years ago. She
visited friends in Wilkes-Barre, Harrisburg and Lewis-
*** ^ ^ ^
Mr. and Mrs. Max Applebaum have returned to the Lincoln
is Apartment after spending the summer at their Long
land home.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz have returned from Jacksonville
make Miami their permanent home and are living at 514 S.W.
Ilh St. Mrs. Soltz was recently elected secretary of the South-
iastern Region of Junior Hadassah. Mr. Soltz is associated with
loqers Auto Supply Co.
" *
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan have moved into their new
lorne at 1838 Bay Road, Miami Beach.
* +t
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin returned this week from a
'0-month vacation. They spent time in New York City, upstate
lew York and Hot Springs, Ark.
* *
The bris of Jason I. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Fox,
1921 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, was held Monday at Mount
iinai Hospital. Sandek was Nathan Ginsburg; godparents,
tarry and Sophie Bear; and mohl. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Among
ie guests were Rabbis Murray Grauer, Joseph Rackovsky,
Horowitz and Schulman. Mr. Fox is president of Young
irael Synagogue.
* *
Elliot Field, Miami Beach radio personality, will leave
iday morning for Gainesville, where he will attend the Uni-
versity of Florida Homecoming festivities.
* *
Nathan Goldman of West Palm Beach recently returned from
i brief trip to Israel. He is county chairman of the United Jewish
fppeal.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Gold and their infant son, Leon Samuel,
pft West Palm Beach for New York, where they will make their
lomt. Mrs. Gold is the former Marion Gold, daughter of Mr.
|md Mrs. Joe Gold of West Palm Beach.
* *
Mrs. Sidney Boeninger has moved into her new home at
139 Malaga Ave., Coral Gables.
* + *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelfenstein, 2828 S.W. 18th St., are
paving for Brooklyn, N. Y, where they will celebrate their
\ven!y-hf:h wedding anniversary with Mrs. Gelfenstein's father
fad family. Upon their return to Miami, they hope to celebrate
fie occasion with local friends and relatives.
* *
S. C. Stampleman, chairman of the board of the S & S
factoring Corporation, and his wife will arrive from New York
aturdcy. The Stamplemans will stav at the Martinigue Hotel
Hoi to opening their North Bay Road home.
* It
George Schwartz will fly to New York Friday to attend the
card of directors meeting of the National Conference of
Commercial Receivable Companies at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel
October 14 to 16. Mr. Schwartz is president of the S & S Factoring
orporation.
Inborma Party Saturday will
Honor Concert Series Patrons
First of a series of social events
heralding ihe advent of the 1950-
51 Community Concert Series will
take place Saturday, October 14.
at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Huberman, 6915 Rue
Versailles, Miami Beach. The af-
fair will be in honor of the
patrons and active supporters of
the series.
The party program includes a
variety of musical fare. Pianist
Ruth Wolkowsky Greenfield, re-
cently returned from musical
studies at the Sorbonne in Paris,
will play an original composition.
Mrs. Julius Samuels, soprano, will
sing accompanied by her husband.
Songwriter Sylvia Rosales will
present a number of her Broad-
way successes, as well as new,
unpublished tunes. Participating
in an original comedy skit "Trials
and Tribulations of Community
Concert Series Saleswomen," pre-
pared by Mrs. Rosales, will be
Mrs. Leo Huberman, Isidore
Simkowitz, Leo Huberman and
Judge Kenneth Oka.
The Huberman party is a pre-
campaign gathering that will
kick-off the Community Concert
Series ticket drive commencing
October 22 through November 26.
A series of musical parties will
be given by members of the con-
cert series during those dates, to
acquaint the general community
with the artists appearing under
the auspices of the Miami Beach
Y.M.H.A. Community C 6 n c e r t
Series.
Nursery Opened
Max R. Silver, president of the
Miami Jewish Community Center,
has announced the opening of a
morning nursery for children be-
tween the ages of four and six at
the Congregation Beth El build-
ing. This project was undertaken
as a result of a survey and study
that was made by the youth com-
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past six months.
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The PTA will hold a meeting
Tuesday, October 17. at 8:30 p.m.
in the Optimists Hall.
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Elton Goldfield, Jerry Tobin and
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Uv*rs Named
[o',H9.\ Council
pniamln Meyers, Miami Beach,
treasurer of Miami Bottled Gas.
Inr has boon named to the na-
[..,n";,i council of the Joint De-
fense Appeal, it was announced
L'1V by JDA Council Chairman
Biarles W. Morris. Louisville. Ky.
.\. a member of the JDA Na-
tional Council, Meyers will join
tore than 1,000 industrial, busi-
kCss .mil community figures from
111 sections of the country who
fcpresenl their communities in
Interpreting the work of the JDA
gencies and securing funds with
Ehich to carry forward the AJC-
kDL program* of extending hu-
nan rights.
Meyers, who has traveled
hrough Europe, South America
Israel, is a leading figure in
5 and Jewish communal af-
3. He is a governor of the
greater Miami Federation, treas-
urer of the Jewish Social Service
iureau. a member of the execu-
|ve board of the Bureau of the
vish Education, the executive
pmmittee of the Home for the
Iged. and the citizens board of
he University of Miami. He is a
Jason, a member of the Zionist
Irganization of America, and the
liami Beach Lodge of B'nai
I'rith.
* Jewish ncridlidn
PAGE ELEVEN
Myers* to Address
(.oliloii Ago Unit
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Myers
address the Golden Age
friendship Club of the Miami
(wish Community Center Sun-
ay. October 15, at 3 p.m. The
hi will describe their travels
hrough Israel during the sum-
her.
chool Registration
Registration for Hebrew School
ae bcins; accepted on Monday
nd Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m.
nd Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12
loon at the Flagler Granada Jew-
"i Community Center building,
N.W. 51st Place.
ialloween Fete Planned
I The Flagler-Oranada Jewish
Jommunity Center is formulating
for a Halloween costume
t.i be held at their center
: tatter part of this month.
1 Manne and his band will
wide nusic for dancing, and
MS will be awarded for best
Audience participation
ilso planned.
Joseph W. Malek
| Malek Hoads
i Odd Follows
Joseph W. Malek, Miami Beach
attorney, was elected noble grand
of a new Miami Beach lodge of
Odd Fellows organized Sunday
with a membership of 39 at David
Whitman Hall.
Joseph A. Berman, former Mi-
ami Beach municipal judge, was
named vice grand; Irving M.
Cooperman, recording secretary;
Michael J. Crimi. financial secre-
tary; Bernard Halpern, treasurer;
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, chaplain.
James E. Conners of Inverness,
Fla., grand master of Odd Fellows,
headed a delegation of 100 visiting
Odd Fellows who participated in
the installation rites.
Other members of the lodne are:
Morris Schlosxbiri:, II.v S 'luttman,
Harry J. Sonz. Knell,- Whit.-. Paul
Warren, Rabbi Murray Qrauer, Samuel
H. Rosner, David W. Whitman, IxiuIh
l.\ r-eder. Isldor Poinerantz, Leo
Pollock, Jack Falke. Sidney Washer-
man, Samuel Drashln, Philip Pores.
Donald Porra. Saul <-,^n.-t. Rahhl lna.ii'
H. Kver, Malvln KnRlander Bernard
.stern, A. Loul* MechlowltS, A. J.
Bafra, i'hilip Schmertaler, Robert B.
Hoffman, Samuel Braslawsky, Abra-
ham Stern, David I. Skop. KiiRcne j.
WelBS, A. .1 Kaplan. Kred Ilrown,
Bernard M. Backs, win Merhiowitz,
Max Braslawsky,
Teacher Added To Staff
Mrs. Julius Samuels has been
added to the Temple Israel Re-
ligious School staff as instructor
in music. She will conduct the
two assemblies and prepare the
children musically for programs
and entertainment.
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Appreciated October 17th
Young People's League
To Hear FBI Chief "
Edmund Mason, chief of the
Miami office of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, will ad-
members of Temple Isaiah
Young People's League on Sun-
day, October 15. at 8:30 p.m. at
the Sorrento Hotel.
A new membership policy for
the group will be discussed and
a social will follow.
Temporary officers of the or-
ganization include Sy Lippman,
president; Alfred Kreisler. Evelyn
Ell. Natalie Samuels, vice presi-
dents; Ruth Pett. recording sec-
retary; Ralph Stein, treasurer. Dr.
Seymore Kreisler is group ad-
viser.
Tom Wood Enters
Constable Raee
Tom Wood, a Miami law en-
forcement officer for 20 years, has
qualified as candidate for the
office of constable in the 2nd
district. He held that post from
1935 to 1948.
The candidate served as a
deputy sheriff from 1930 to 1933,
resigning to become deputy con-
stable in the 2nd district. Two
years later he was elected
constable and was re-elected
twice.
Since leaving the office, he has
been supervisor in the state bev-
erage department.
A former director of the Young
Democratic Club, Wood is a mem-
ber of the Elks, Moose, Florida
Peace Officers Association and an
honorary member of the Miami
Police Benevolent Association.
Wood lives with his wife and
two children at 1865 N.W. 4th St.
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'Jenistifkrktian
PAGE THIRTEEN
prances Blaustein, Eugene Goldberg Wed
In First Nuptials At New Beth David
In the first wedding performed
at the new Beth David Synagogue,
Miss Fiances Blaustein became
d,e bride of Eugene JPaul Gold-
traditional
wg August 27. Rabbi Max | University.
Chaoiro and Cantor Maurice |
r,n;c:-..s read the service. The
.....n'a father, George Gold-
n .,f Beth David, rc-
cited three of the
Messing*
The bride is the daughter of [
u nd Mrs. Reuben Blaustein,
1875 S.W. 14th Terr. The bride-
I-morns parents are the George
. 2900 S.W. 16th St.
bridal gown was fashioned
lite mousseline de sole over
The bride's lace trimmed
I! from a pearl tiara, and
she carried orchids and stepha-
a bible.
\fai >n of honor for her sister
s, Joseph Koslofsky. Har-
|vey J (Tzvi) Goldberg was his
st man.
Youth Commission Meet
Slated for Wednesday
meeting of the season of
I the Greater Miami Zionist Youth
n will be held Wednes-
dav Cv'.ober 18. at 8 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Al Osheroff, 2485
[Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, ac-
cording to Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. chairman.
Plans for the forthcoming
g Judaea conclave will be
discussed and reports from the
I van jus youth groups will be
iven.
A reception followed in the
synagogue social hall.
The newlyweds are now living
in Athens, Ohio, where the bride-
groom is an instructor at Ohio
**St
Betrothal of Miss Marilyn
iGreen to Alfred Grodenslcy has
Ibeen announced by her parents.
[Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Green. 2019
I S.W. 16th Terr. Mr. Grodenslcy is
I the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustare
IGrodensky. 2225 S.W. 17th St. No
Idate has been set for the wedding.
Mrs. Eugene Pmul Goldberg
Betrothal Announced
Betrothal of Miss Beatrice
Greenberg to Bert Bernstein has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg,
738 1st St., Miami Beach.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Bernstein of 820 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach. A former veteran
of the Army Air Corps, he grad-
uated from Huntington High
School, Huntington, New York
and is now attending the Uni-
versity of Miami where he will
receive his Bachelor of Science
in geology in February.
Miss Greenberg is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
attended the University of Miami.
She is presently employed by the
city of Miami Beach.
Council Women
To Hold Tea
The annual National Council
Day will be marked locally by an
Oneg Shabbat membership tea
given by the Miami Section of
the organization on Saturday,
October 14, at 1:30 p.m. at the
Shore Club Hotel. Mrs. Aaron
Fair, president, will conduct this
initial meeting as she resumes the
chair for the second term,
Mrs Alexander Libow. first vice
president and membership chair-
man, will be in charge of the
event, which will honor founders
of the local group and welcome
new members and guests.
Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz, pro-
gram chairman, announces that a
national radio re-broadcast, feat-
ure of the National Council Day
program, will constitute part of
the program. Members of the
Young Judean Choral Group, un-
der the tin t ction of Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, will sing several se-
lections.
Donna Joy Feldman
Selects December
Planning a December wedding
is Miss Donna Joy Feldman.
whose engagement to Norman
Kenneth Ladd, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Ladd, 2216 S.W. 24th
St., has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Feldman, 57 S.E. 7th St.
The bride-elect, who attended
the Universities of Miami and
Havana, is president of Star
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young
Women and district representa-
tive to the national executive
board of B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganizations.
Mr. Ladd. a veteran of World
War II, graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami and is now
associated in business with his
father.
Mrs. Alexander Libow
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Pioneer Women
To Seat Leaders
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
serve as installing officer at the
mass installation to be conducted
by all the Pioneer Women's clubs
in Greater Miami area Tuesday,
October 17, at 12:30 p.m. at the
Shelborne Hotel. Luncheon will
be served.
Heading the list of those taking
office is Mrs. Harold Jaffer, presi-
dent of the Council of Pioneer
Women of Greater Miami, who is
also serving as chairman of the
event.
Club presidents who will be
seated at the affair include Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, Club No. One Mi-
ami Beach; Mrs. Lena Mintzes,
Club No. Two Miami Beach; Mrs
Anna Sorin Bild, Golda Meyer-
Son Club; Mrs. Leo Goldman,
Kadimah; Mrs. Harry Faber,
Medinah.
Mrs. Isaac Kaplan, past presi-
dent of the council, will report on
the silver jubilee presidents*
council which she attended last
week in New York.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is chairman
of the arrangements.
Dorothy Ratner Wed
To Milton Robbing
After a wedding trip through
the Southeast, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Robbins are living at 1619
Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. Their
weding took place September 10
at the Robert Richter Hotel, with
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiating.
The bride is the former Miss
Dorothy Ratner, daughter of Mrs.
Joseph Ratner, New York. Given
in marriage by her brother, Na-
than Ratner, she was attended by
her sister, Mrs. Charles C. Zim-
ring. New York. Shelby H. Trager
of JacKsonville was best man.
The former Miss Ratner is a
graduate of Hunter College. Her
husband, the son of Mrs. Fay B.
Robbins, Jacksonville, and Saul
Robbins, New York, graduated
from the University of Florida.
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)AY, OCTOBER 13, 1950
*k^istfk>rlda,n
LEGAL NOTICE
'nT|CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
g0TIC NAME LAW
,,,.... i.s HEREBY GIVEN thai
..,,1. desiring to engage In
,i, i the fictitious name of
slo at 6779 B.W. 5th
,_,, ndfl to register mid name
P'a, ,-,.., nf the Circuit Court rminiv. Florida.
h IIKKI.KH I.. HA.MIL
Hole Owner
RREC.ER
-r,,, .i applicant
|i [toad
Ti:-"--" _______________
LnTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NU NAME LAW
iTi,i; i- HEREBY OIVEN that
,i, desiring to engage in
i. the fli titlous name of
|.,.|.; \l Rl II IP CI iatino CO. at
jv \\ ;r!i Avenu,e, Miami, l-'len-
register said name
in. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
, iv, Florida.
MURR \v PBARCE
ESSEN, ESQ.,
I,,,,., !: MURRAY PEARCH

ORDER OF PUBLICATION
HI- CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
fVENTH .H'DICIAL CIRCUIT
\\|i FOR DADE COUNTY,
lRin.\ IN CHANCERY, No.
h'" MARIAN KAMPF CANIS,
"ntlff, v- MURRAY CAMS, De-
Ml'KRAY OANIS
5 Si d(f I' i. Avenue
<, v \. w fork
|- ,\RK HEREBY ordered and
BBj.,! I w a copy of your
I [,., i,, Hi.' Hill of Complaint for
I t nf which l.s enclosed
I rith, "' II"' plaintiff's :it.toi inv.
tii> "' original In the Office
\t- clerk of the Circuit Court on
,: : the I day of November,
mil.' i the allegation! of said
win be taken as confessed by
Ti:i> '' Miami, Florida, this 3
. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
k nf the Circuit Court.
Heal)
i:, R, H. RICK, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
KAPLAN, Esq.
M-
I .iv Road
Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE FIFTEEN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the Hctltlous names
' FLORIDA BEVERAOE JOURNAL
2 FLORIDA BEVERAGE GUIDE
' ^VErrAGBR,Kp'RANT *ND
lALV0Rkr^vK^Ri?-8DEURANT
B- AOERaDjID?!OTEL-AND BEVER.
6. PLORIDA BEER, WINE AND
L1Q1 OR JOURN \l.
at 303 Alcasar Vv. nue, Coral Gables
Florida, and Intends to register wild
name with the Clerk nf The circuit
t-om',,,'.""11- County, Florida.
:m:!i'ns!:x,^.atks beverage
HERBERT II. HUTNER
Attorney for SONTHKRN STATES
BEVERAOE JOURNAL, INC.
10/6-13*20-27
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREY OIVEN that
n.i.rslgned, desiring to engage In
business under he fictitious name of
Sv i U SM("' ;" 7"" ColMns
;,,,"'"'; Pi......County Mate ol Florida.
In end i,. reglstei said name with the
Sunty?fpf0hrelda:lrcu,t ''""" '"' ":"'-
IUAL SHERIDAN
BEN STAREN
JA< Iv A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Applicants
' I" S-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
UK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
.TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'A, IN AND Fl IR DAI IE
JNTY IN CHANCERY, No.
rii inn !R, Plaintiff, vs.
ti VER. Defendant.
:: DIV IRCE
i 11 ROVER
! nue
notified thai a Bill
I HvOI' e has been
I, and you are re-
copy of > our An.' \\ i r
he Bill of < 'omplainl
.- Attornej s. I'Al.l.i IT,
mam ,\ WAYNE, I I'll
1-Ik., .Miami. Florida, and
nal \n~\\. r or Pleading
of the Clerk of the
on or before the 1st day
1950. if you fail to do
by default will be taken
i the relief demanded
Complaint.
hull be published once
foui.....nsecutlve weeks
!- Ploi iilian.
K VXIl ORDERED at Miami.
u:i day of September,

i: H I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
. i lade County, Florida.
"it I'.in I Seal)
\v.\l. w. 8TOCKING,
v|:(t Deputy Clerk.
[AM .v WAYNE'
Building
Plaintiff
.vt ^i?J'CE BY PUBLICATION
I- 'v:i-v-V{'i'1',T rOURT '" THE
v \v>.' ,' ""'^l- CIRCUIT
IN AMi K(,t HADE COUNTY
I'-^Mill'A. IN CHAN.-KkV No!
PAUL E. BUTLER. Plaintiff vs
CATHRINE M. kitlkr, oAmt
TO: CATHRINE M. BUTLER
in Edge Brook liond
West Roxbury, .Massachusetts
rOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the Kill of
' omplainl on the plaintiff's attorneys,
and tile the original answer In the
Office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 1st day of
November, i:.:,i. ,he :,|,V,. entitled
cause r.,r divorce, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will lie entered aguiusl
you.
DATED this 2sth day of September,
B. II. DEATH ehm AX,
,, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By it. ll. RICH, JR.,
genet a onrin ""puty Clerk-
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys ror Plaintiff
9/29 10/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IN HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tec eni
business nuclei the fictitious name'ot
LINCOLN MANOR KOSHER REST-
AURANT at No. 2 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, lute nils t.c register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count v. Florida.
MACLOU c i IRPORATION
No. 2 Lincoln Road
BERICK A SHAPIRO
A i tea ne\ h for applicant
120 Lincoln Road
9 29 l". 9-13-20
iv ,mRTICE TO CREDITORS
l\ I II : nirvi'Y JUDGE'S COURT
a. o'.m1! F"l: DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
- I C -' I .
in Re: ESTATE OP
CHARLES IS.\A'- PRIEDBERO,
i leceased.
To All creditors and All Persona Hav-
JSstat '" "'"'""'s Agalnsl Bald
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
cairns and demands which you. or
-liner of you, may have against the
','!,''. CI"RLES ISAAC PRIED-
.i-.Kc, deceased, late of Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W, F. BLANTON
1 punty Judge of Dad,- County and
tile the same in his office in the
county Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
rrom the date of the first publication
hereof. Bald claims or demands t<>
contain the legal address of the
Claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be bailed See Section 1^1 of the 1933
I'm.bate Act.
Date- September >, A.I). i:i.,0
MAURICE PRIEDBBRO,
As Executor of th.- liist Will and
lestanieiit of CHARLES ISAAC
PRIEDBERG, Deceased,
"ALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for executor.
MAURICE FRIEDBERG
i)/L'2-29 10/6-13
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
l-.I.I-.VKNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP PLARIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
issJi? ~ lx CHANCBRy. x"
JOHN C. HICKEY, Plaintiff, vs.
El la amanda HICKEY, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i": i.iiia Amanda Hlckey,
'"I Lansing Sli, ,.
Chattanooga, Tennessee,
Von in-,. (,,.,, by notified thai a BIN
or i omplainl for Divorce has been
riled agalnsl von. ami you are required
to serve .. copy .,r y..ur Answer oi
Pleading to the Bill ol Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, Arnold Watts,
J628 North Weal 22nd Avenue, Miami,
Florida, ami file the original Answer
or Pleading in the offl<.....f the Clerk
"f the i Ircult Court on or before the
18 day of October, 1950, if you fall to
no so. judgment by default will be
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
m The Jewish Plorldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Hoi Ida, this is day of September, a.d.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \V.\I. W. STOCKING.
.,..,._ .. Deputy Clerk.
ARNOLD WATTS,
S828 N.W. 22nd Avenue
Miami. Florida.
Attorney for l'laintlff
9/22-28 10/8-18
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
ICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
rv.!"' ""DOE'S COURT, DADE
r\IV FLORIDA.No. 2(530.
-1 All: op
I.LETT SURKEIN,
' i. by given that 1 have
I'leort and petition feel
- as Ancillary Admlnls-
I the estate of EDITH
ItKEIN, deceased; and
Tth day of November,
to the Honorable
'I "N. County Judge- eel
, 1 "lida, for approval of
......' and for final dis-
Anclllary Admlnistratoi
Estate of EDITH
KKKIN, ,le,-,-as,-,l.
"i.l,.Ua.y "r September, 1950.
""i.iiK j. SAKOWITZ
'\TV

"-??- INTENTION TO MAKE
^PLICATION FOR FINAL
.,,., DISCHARGE
>' IID':i;s COURT, DADE
; ..ORIDA.No. 21088.
i^^P* > i I*. l|e"
'' "IUUNSTEIN,
'i'l',.,|:, ,.h-'chy given that I
In-,! .' ''"'' ''l1"" and petition
- as Administrator
'"..... SARAH BRA UN-
j. :-^;easedi and that on the 27
Judge of Dade County, Florida,
' "l said final report and
iiMiiaiL-. as Administrator
; "i SARAH BRAUN-
!' eased,
T ,S, "'' September. I960.
R s] -\!.! K BRAUN8TEIN
li1,;.1,",1 _..;>'hnlnistrator
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the rictltlou name of
G1RALDA BOOKSTORE al 139 Otralda
Aye., Coral Cable... n;,.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk eel
Ho- Circuit Court <-i Dade- County,
Florida,
WILLIAM T. REICH
Sole- i iwner
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for applicant
1009 Pan American I'.ldg.
10/6-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d siring tee engage in
business nuclei the- fictitious name- of
LINCOLN MANOR KOSHER CATER-
ERS at No. ^ Lincoln Road, -Miami
Beach, Inteandfl t> register said name
With the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dude Countv. Florida.
MACLOU CORPORATION
No. 2 Lincoln Road
BERICK A SHAPIRO
Attorneys for applicant
120 Lincoln Road
9/M 10/6-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN and for DADE COUNTY,
.FLORIDA.- IN PRORATE. No.
In Re': ESTATE OF MARY WILLOX
PATEBSON, also known aa MRS.
CHARLES JOHN PATERSON, De-
ceased.
To All Creditors ami AJ| Persons Hi v
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You, and each c,r you, are- hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands winch you, or
either of you, maj have against the
estaite of Mary Willox I'ati raon, also
known as Mrs. Charles John Paterson,
deceased, late c.r Dude County, Floi Ida,
to the Hon. w. p. Blanton, County
Judge c,i D.oie County, and file the
sam.- iii hi- offli e m the ''.....tj Co
house 1 I oi.- L'ount.v, Floi Ida, within
eight calendnr months trom thi date
of the flrsl publlc-ation he i eof. Said
claims '.- demands i e cent.,in i be
address <>f the claimant and to be
worn i" and presented aa aforesaid,
or sam.- will be barred. Si t
120 .a the 1933 Pre bate A I
Date Septembi 14, A.D. 1960.
MARGARET B McD INA I.D.
As Exec,mix of the Last Will and
Testament '!' mary WILLOX
PATERSON, also known as MRS.
CHARLES JOHN PATERSON,
1 leceased.
MYERS. HE!.MAN ,; KAPLAN
By LOUIS IIKiman
Attorneys for Executrix
'.' 22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Hampton Exclusive Tailors at 162S
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, in-
tends tee regiai Uld name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BEN KES8LER
9/16-22-29 10/ii-i:!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Discount Sales at 1618 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, intend !., reglstei .-..i.l
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad,- Countv, Florida
II YM \ \ SKL VNSKY &
SAMUEL ROCKLIN,
Part lle-l s
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applii ants
9 29 10, 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage- iii
business under the fictitious name "I"
LINCOLN MANOR RESTAURANT at
No. 2 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
intends tee register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
MACLOU CORPORATION
No. L' Lincoln Road
BERICK .v- SHAPIRO
Attorneys for applicant
ll'n Lincoln Road
9/29 10/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the nuclei siglle-d. desiring lee cligatlc ill
business under the fictitious name of
Cancellation Shoe Salon at 316 4ist
Street, Miami Beach, Fla., intends
ice register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BERNARD SCHNEIDER
Sole Owner
CellRSIIciN .V COURSHON
23.1 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Fla.
Attorneys for Applicant
9/29 10/6-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN" TDK COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
-4i;:>7.
In Re: ESTATE OF
ANTHONY SICO,
I leceascel.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate-:
You, ami each of you, are- hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ANTHONY blCO, deceased.
late- of Miami, Dade- County. Florida,
to the Hon. w. P. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade Cinity. Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date eef tin- first publication hereof,
Saiel claims or demands to contain
tile legal adilre-ss of the- claimant and
Ice lee SWnfll toail sald, eer same will be leai reel. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
I late September l", A.D, 1950.
MRS EVA M. TAYLOR
As Administratrix of the Estate of
antiiony SICO, Deceased.
BIDNEY BOBBINS
Attorney for Administratrix
I' 23-29 10 6-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI IT COURT OP THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Pi IR D \ni: e-c ifNTY. -IN CHAN-
CERY, No. 1::.:-. T I
PEARL FRANCES SKINNER. Plain-
tiff, vs. DEFOE L. SKINNER, De-
fendant
l'e I; DEPl )E I. SK INNER
0 THE TI e.\l l:s JAM,
NEW YORK. N. Y
YOU are hereby required to serve
a copy of your answer !> the Bill of
Complaint for Dlvi..... on the Plain-
tiff's Attorney and to file the original
answer In the Office of the Clerk of
the i ':> nil i eiin-t cm or before the 16th
day of i Ictober, A.D 1950: othe
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED nt Miami. Florida, this 11
day of September, A.D. 1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W, STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Attorney:
NORMAN i: LYONS
911 i ilympia Building
Miami, Florida.
9/22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring tie engage In
business under the fictitious name- of
THE JEWEL SALES CO. at IL' North
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends
t.c register said name with 'lie- Clerk
of the- Circuit Court .,f Dad.- County.
Florida.
THE JEWEL SHOP, INC.
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
Attorney for
THE JEWBL SHI IP, INC.
9 29 l" 6-13-20
ipri

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name- of
Apex Printing Service at 2S N. E. Hth
Street, Miami, Florida, intend tee regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERBERT ESSEN and
ROSE ESSEN,
Owners
MARX FAHER
Attorney for Applicants
Congress lluilding
9/29 10/6-13-20
iSJGE&r^
"TUN & COMPANY
PERSONAL I
J-"-1* AND I
1 i'M COMMERCIAL f
e^^gfl COVERAGES I
PHONE 9-3836 I
1* N. K. 2-d ST. MIAMI 32 FLA. f
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring be engage in
business under the fictitious nal......(
POINCIANA MAR al 7:':. N. E. 1st
Avenue-. Miami. Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Daeb- County.
Florida.
WILLIAM F. WYNN
oltiN P, PARKER
STANLEY D. CAIDIN
Attorney feer William F. Wynn and
Orln F. Parker
9 22-29 lo/iS-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the> undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SCHOR PLAZA HOTEL at 2129
Washington Avenue, Miami Ile-acli,
Florida, intends to register said name
with tin- Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Horldu.
HARRY COLUHAOEN
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
9/22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COITRT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, No. 135591.
LAURA COOKLI8H. Plaintiff, vs.
PRANCES .1 C< IOKLISH,
l lefendant,
YOU, PRANCES .1. COOKLISH,
General Delivery, Borough Hall,
Brooklyn, New York, are hereby noti-
fied that a BUI eef Complaint for
Divorce- has I.....n filed against you
and you an- required to Berve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill eif Complain! on the plaintiff's
attorney, THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ,
922 Seybold Ruil.ling.^Mlami. Florida.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of October, 1950. If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be- taken
agalnsl you foi the- relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26th clay of September,
I960.
E. II. LEATHERMAN. fle-lc.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M C. PEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
2-i Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida
11-29 10/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undeisigne-d. desiring to engage in j
business under the fie-titimis name of
BEN FRANKLIN UNIFORMS at 17 '
N. E. llth Street, Miami. Fleerlda, In- |
tends to register said name with the i
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
HENRY DiiNNKR
RICHARD STRICHARTZ
Attorney for Henry Donner
:>, 22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the- undersigned, desiring tee engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE PROHMAN MANUFACTURING
en al :::::n N. w. No. River Drive,
Miami, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
PHYLLIS FROHMAN
HARRY FROHMAN
ARONOVITZ AND ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Phyllis Kiohman and
Harry Frohman
9/22-29 10/6-13
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT e.ii'RT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
AT LAW. No. 24349.
SHORES REALTY, INC., a Florida
corporation, Plaintiff, vs. CARNI-
VAL SWEET SHOPPE8, INC., a
Florida corporation, Defendant.
Noli c- is hereby given thai l.
JIMMY SULLIVAN, Sheriff of Dade
County, Florida, bs -. Ii tue ol a Writ
of Execution Issued oul of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida, on the
] 29th day ..f September, 1950, In that
In cause he..... sue IRES
REALTY, INC., a Florida corporation,
was plaintiff, and CARNIVAL SWEET
I SHOPPE8, INC., a Florida corpora-
j tiein. was defendant, havi in my
possession the following described
property:
l Lawson Hoi Water Heater
1 i Hole Ico Cream Box
l Grand las I ivi n with Hood
l Electric Meal Gi Inder
1 Floor Mop with mop squeeser
i Bi u. is Table
l Lot Miscellaneous cooking utensils,
pots, pans, knives, forks, etc. ap-
proximately .ii pieces
I- Fluorescent lights, s bulbs extra
l i.oi miscellaneous -|ft drinks
1 Lot miscellaneous canned goods,
small amount
1 Lot miscellaneous baby supplies
1 1.01 miscellaneous flash light
batteries
1 Electric- juicer
1 i-it miscellaneous compacts
1 Bllverware stand
1 Electric soup Kitchen
2 Display Tables
1 I*ot miscellaneous sugars, sail .<:
pepper
1 l.e.i miscellaneous dishes, approxi-
mately I'lU 1 le-e as
1 l-eet napkin holders; 1 lot straws:
1 i^el misc. ash trays
1 ly.i miscellaneous silverware-, ap-
proximately 160 pieces
1 Lot miscellaneous glasses, approxi-
mately 18 pieces
1 l^eet miscellaneous Bundae dishes,
approximately '."
1 Lot miscellaneous mustard dishes,
approximate!} 10
1 I>et miscellaneous creamers, ap-
proximately 30 pieces
1 :: burnei coffee maker, electric
1 2-burner Bltox coffee maker,
electric
1 Pair scales
1 C itnplete soda fountain with all
attachments
1 b .- cieain box, 6 holes
l e iocs "ola 1 Hspensi r
1 Hai k Bar, 3-plee with Shelves
2 Pie c with be.iiom cooler com-
partment
1 Htl l- udge
1 Mi Bu I ''
1 Tnastmaster Waffle Ii
1 Tc-a-lliri !.- Tos
1 Metal I' inking I intaln v. Ith b
Well
12 Pieces
1 Stl 1111 T ibli -in .- i'
1 I ei ;> Frj er
1 I:- -- -e Iteachln Cook r
1 Sandwich Si ind
1 4-hui 10-' Gas 'ooker
1 1 -hole Klti hen -
1 ': 1- Oi iil-l'.ak. i- Combination
1 All-Mi tal Back Bar with II.....1 In
K Ichen
1 Globi Mi r -
1 E le -trie Dlshw.inher complete with
Ti.i.i .mil Drains-metal
1 t.i ble -1: pe Can Opi
1 w.i 11-tj;..- Ft. n.-n i- r\- sllcer
2 Cigar '.1-.-
2 National 1 'ash R< glste rs
1 Back Show Case with Cigarette
1 'ase
r Rolls Pins
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1 Lot miscellaneous cosmetics, large
assortment
1 Lot miscellaneous sundries
1 Lending Library
1 Glass Show c.cscs. slid,- doors
1 Long Displa) Table, approximately
r.ci feet
1 Lot miscellaneous toys, dolls, etc-.
1 l.eet miscellaneous soaps with dis-
play stand
1 Lot Patented Medicines
1 l.e.1 miscellaneBOUs Dye
1 Lot miscellaneous shoe polish
1 l.eei miscellaneous wash cloths
1 Lot miscellaneous candies
7 Bai k Wall I llsplay Stands
1 Lot Toilet Paper
1 Card Display stand with Assorted
Cards
1 Zenith 1:......id Player
1 l.c-r miscellaneous Records
1 Lot miscellaneous Toilet Articles,
bedpans, etc.
1 Lot miscellaneous Hot Water
Bottles
1 Lot mis, ell.11.....us Hair Dye
1 i/it miscellaneous faterno Hi t
with Stove
1 Medicine Bin With Slide Drawers
4 Wall-type Display Stands used In
in,-' 1 i. i 11 room
1 Water Hose
1 10-foot si- |i Ladder
- S'eon Signs
2 Pedestal I-.111M
2 Paper Holders with Wrapping
Paper
1 Pair I I iby Scales
c; Leatherette Baths
18 Bar Stools with backs
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1 Service Bar, approximately BO feet
long
as the property of the said carnival
SWEET SHOPPES, INC., a Florida
corporation, being the same property
upon which the undersigned has here*
tofore levied under the Distress
Warrant hereto!..... issued In the above
cause on August 8, 1950; that on the
lflth day of October, 1950, between
the Incurs of sale, namely: between
11:00 o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00
o'clock In the afternoon, on the said
day. at the pre-mise-s on which said
property is located, "c"l N. w. iu:lrd
Street, Daeb- County. Florida, I shall
Offer for sab- to the highest bidder
bu- cash ill Hand, the- above- described
property.
Dated this 29th day eef September,
1900.
JIMMY SULLIVAN
Sheriff of Dade Countv, Florida
Bj JACK H I'.YKR.
Deputy Sheriff
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
4211 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/6-13
The Boston Gazette, leading
newspaper which espoused the
cause of the American Revolution
never had more than 2,000 circu-
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