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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 23-NUMBER 42
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Genocide Covenant ;SrS
Is Ratified By UN
: ,pted by the UN General
Assembly in Paris in December,
1948, was signed here in the
nee of representatives of the
four latest ratifying nations --
i Korea, Haiti and Cost-j
This brought the total of
ratifying countries to 22, two
more than necessary to puttthe
i ntion into force. It will
into force 90 days from
tod ."!>'. .
[n a statement to the Jewisli
aphic Agency Professor
!: iael Lemkin, who singlo-
Uy led the campaign for
ad ption of the Convention, hail-jd
the event as providing "for the
[ii time in history" intern a-
tional law to protect small nations
and religious and racial group;
extermination. "It will be s
ng to the world," he said,
ially in this century which
nocidal century."
'.. Lemkin thanked Jewisn
lizations for the assistance
had given in the genocide
lign, and then emphasized
i ,t help was still necessary
t1 get ratification by the big
especially the United
Sates, to see that reservations to
the Convention would not allow
opponents of ratification to us?
ambiguity and uncertainty as an
excuse for postponing or shelving
ia::fication. He said the procedure
uf accepting reservation must be
sm.ple and non-ambiguous and
called upon Jewish organizations
ani all those interested in the
future of the Convention to follow
ly the work of the UN Legal
I .mittee.
The Carnegie Endowment tor
International Peace this weekend
charged that the American Bar
Ass iciation had misued a gran*.
from the foundation by using the
as to oppose ratification b;'
the U.S. of the Genocide Conven-
tion.
To U.S. Possible In Year
I SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA)All
Jewish survivors eligible for
can be
year if
abroad arc
prepared to issue 20,000 visas .
month, Arthur Greenleigh, execu-
tive director of United Service
for New Americans, this week
told 250 West Coast Jewish lead-
ers assembled here for a USNA
regional conference.
Mr. Greenleigh reported that
approximately 30.000 Jewish sui-
vivors, eligible under the liber-
alized DP Act, were awaiting
clearance and transportation for
resettlement in the United States
Praising community support cf
the USNA program, he said that
communities throughout t li e
country responded immediately
to an urgent appeal for commun-
ity job and housing assurances
under the amended Act, and that
provision was being made to care
for every eligible newcomer.
Knesset Rejects Cabinet
Proposal By Ben Gurion
The Israeli parliament Wednesday rejected a proposal by
Premier David Ben Gurion for formation oi an interim all-
Mapai (Labor) party government and Ben Gurion announced
he will resign. The Knesset voted, 57 to 43, against the
proposal.
* *
Weizmann Asks Bon Gurion To Form
Now Cabinot And Itoinain In Offfro
JERUSALEM, (JTA)President Chaim Weizmann of Israel
this week asked David Ben Gurionwho earlier had announced
that the Israel Cabinet has resignedto form a new Cabinet and
remain in office in the interim. The appeal to Mr. Ben Gurion was
delivered on the basis that he is the leader of the largest party
in the Jewish state.
JERUSALEM. (JTA) David
Ben Gurion who has been en-
trusted by President Dr. Chaim
Weizmann with the formation of
a new Israel Cabinet Monday
proposed the formation of a "care-
taker Cabinet" which is to remain
in power until new elections. The
proposal was presented by Mr.
Ben Gurion to a session of Parlia-
ment which resumed meeting
after a recess of several weeks.
The proposed "caretaker Cabi-
net" would consist of eight mem-
bers, seven of whom are members
of the Mapai. the Israel Labor
Political observers here doubt, however, that a new Cabinet j Party. The seven are: Mr. Ben
106 Deported Refugees
Will Return To U.S.
NEW YORK, (JTA)The first
of the group of 106 Jewish refu-
gees from Shanghai whose deten- j
tion on Ellis Island last June and
subsequent repatriation to Ger-
many aroused nationwide interest
will'return to the United States
for permanent settlement in about
a week's time, the United Service
for New Americans reported tins
week.
Dr. Hugo Lewensohn, leader of
the group, and his wife Marietta,
have received their visas and will
arrive in New York in a week.
The remainder of the group is ex-
pected to follow shortly. The
group has been kept together in
ihe IRO's Camp Grohn at Breme i,
while awaiting visa clearance
Visas for the group are being is-
sued under a government ruling
obtained by the USNA and the
Joint Distribution Committee en-
abling the Shanghai refugees to
apply for reentry.
can be formed at least until the Knesset convenes here this week.
Mr. Ben Gurion. who proceeded to Rehovot, official residence of
the President, shortly after announcing that his Cabinet has resigned
owing to rejection by religious groups of his proposals for changes in
the government, returned here later from Rehovot. He welcomed
Henry Morgenthau, Jr. and presented him with a plaque in ap-
preciation of his outstanding services to Israel.
Religious Bloc leaders, including Immigration Minister Moshe
Shapira, in a statement to ihe Jewish Telegraphic Agency, said
thai they withdraw from the government not only because of
economic reasons, bu also because their religious demands were
rejected. The religious leaders also emphasized thai the issue of
religious education in the immigrant reception camps has worsened.
Gurion, Moshe Sharett, Eliezer
Kaplan. Dov Joseph, David
Remez, Golda Myerson and Zal-
man Shazar. The eighth member
would be Behor Shetreet, leader
of the Sephardic community.
Before presenting the names of
his "caretaker government." Mr.
Ben Gurion reviewed the events
leading to his decision to throw
the issue into the House. He re-
ported his decision to add a 13th
Cabinet member outside the coali-
tionJack Gering, South African
33 Major Jewish Organizations Will 3 35 *< ans. w a
* | other problems before the Caoinel
Participate In National Planning Parley bas^^&rws
he said, asked until Sunday to
NEW YORK, (JTA)Thirty-three major Jewish organizations, reply, and when they failed to
whose membership constitutes a majority of the 5,000,000 Jews do so he asked President Weiz-
in the United States, this week announced their active participa- mann t0 cal1 together the repre-
tion in the National Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish ^m^ form^PnewSgovern-
Rehabilitation, which will be held in Washington, October ment.
27-29. The list is still incomplete.
gram of financial assistance to: Speaking of his governments
. program, the Premier emphasized
Israel on an unprecedented scale. ^ ..we deny ,hat eite. fu
The three-day conference is the I capitalism or full socialism" is
result of the conference held last j possible in Israel. He insisted that
month with Prime Minister David both courses have always been
The National Planning Confer-
ence, which will be the most
representative Jewish assembly
ever held in the United States,
will formulate a three-year pro-
Hurricane Damages Jewish Institutions
Nearly all Jewish institutions in the Greater Miami area were | M"^e^e^,1 school Tnd* Con-
damaged by the small but explosive hurricane that roared, gregation were smashed," Mrs.
throuah here Tuesday night, leaving millions of dollars worth i simon April disclosed. "We were
of destruction in its wake. This fact was revealed in a pre-1 lucky; it could have been much
l.minary survey conducted by The Jewish Floridian, immediately ""^^
before press time. .. _. ,
word from Executive Director
office. Sonv;
irhaps one of the hardest hit
was Beth Jacob Synagogue, where
stained glass windows were
shattered, heavy exterior mould-
>rn off and the roof badly
damaged. In addition, Rabbi
Moses Mescheioff'car, caught be-
n two falling palms, was
:ied.
According to Jack Satin, vice
lent of the Hebrew Aca-
the all-day school suffered
iderable damage to books,
11 as to the classroom build-
He said that water had
il in through the roof and
mat a portion of the ceiling had
psed. Repairs were already
underway, he reported, and the
my would be open (oi
on Thursday.
Although neither Rabbi Irving
man of the Miami Beaci.
n Center nor members of his
I i'ould be reached for com
witnesses reported tha
dome was damaged.
"One wall of the Kneseth Israel
jal hall was completely de-
ied." Rabbi Isaac H. Eve-
Md a Jewish Floridian reporter.
'Besides, every window on one
side of the building was blown
and the whole place was
Samuel Gertner's
windows were broken, however,
and a number of trees were up-
rooted.
One of the few institutions to
weather the howler without loss
was Beth El,'where everything
was reported "fine."
height of the storm,
several windows at the Hillcl
House at the University of Miami
were battered out and the place
was flooded, according to Carp-
taker Steinbock. The landscaping,
he said, "took a beating."
"The Miami Jewish Community
I Center is operating as usual."
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector, said. "There was some roof
damage to the old building." Al-
though its sister institution, the
Miami Beach Y, could not be
contacted, it was disclosed that
the building is still "standing and
relatively unharmed. Major dam-
age was to the landscaping."
Temple Israel got off with a
few broken windows, Mrs. Louis
Ben Gurion and other top Israel
government officials on the eco-
nomic problems confronting the
State of Israel.
Meanwhile, it was announced
that Eliezer Kaplan, Israel Minis-
ter of Finance, will make a special
trip to the United States to report
on the Jewish state's economic
position to he Planning Confer-1 concrete results. The Religious
ence. The projected visit to this i bioc leaders continued to insist
present in the country. He warned
that "there will never be a gov-
ernment in this country which
will dare move from this line."
During the morning, prior to
the opening of Parliament, a short
Cabinet meeting and hectic con-
sultations among the representa-
tives of all parties brought no
country of Israel's top fiscal of-
ficer was characterized by Dr.
Nathan Goldmann. chairman of
the American Section of the
Jewish Agency, as "an indication
of the critical importance to the
Jewish state" of the three-day
Washington conference which will
be attended by more than 1,000
outstanding American Jewish
leaders representing all elements
in the Jewish community.
Dr. Goldmann announced also
that Levi Eshkol, treasurer of
the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem
would fly here for the conference.
the
that they would accept no "ulti-
matum" from the Premier and
asked that the entire matter be
delayed for a week. They also
asked for the portfolios of Deputy
Minister ot Education and Trade.
The Mapam, left-wing Socialist
parly, would not enter any gov-
ernment based on the same pro-
gram as the one which just fell,
but its representatives said that
if the Mapai and the left-wing
Socialists could agree on a policy,
the latter would enter a broad
coalition Cabinet. Dr. Peretz
Bernstein, General Zionist leader,
Zcientz. executive secretary, dis- j outline the needs
dosed. :thiee -vcai"s-
Mr. Eshkol will report to
Planning Conference on the funds j expressed willingness to join the
spent in the past for immigration CaDinet if his party were awarded
and settlement in Israel and will j three portfolios, including that of
for the next
of
Morris Klass, executive director
the Greater Miami Jewish
waterlogged. A large ceiling fix- Federation, was elected president
ture in the synagogue fell down." of the Florida State Conference
Mount Sinai Hospital, which of Social Work at the annual
borders Biscayne Bay, suffered meeting In Jacksonville this
ij "serioui damage," according to I week.
The First Jewish Congregation
of Coral Gables building now
being erected at Galiano ana
Zamora was not damaged, a pre-
liminary inspection made by its
spiritual leader, Rabbi Ralph De
[Coven, revealed.
The old Beth David came
through the blow "fairly well,"
Jerome Gordon, executive direc-
tor, said in a telephone conversa-
tion. The new building, mo:o
vulnerable because it is incom-
plete, had some of its large
windows shattered.
Damage to the both old a/id
new'Jewish Home for the Aged,
Leo Allen, executive director, an-
nounced, was limited to uprooted
trees and shrubbery.
170.000 Indemnity Claims
Are Filed In Bavaria
MUNICH, (JTA)A total of
170.000 claims for indemnity for
victims of the former Nazi regime
in Germany have been filed with
the authorities in Bavaria up to
the end of September-, according
to a report by Restitution Com-
missioner Dr. Philip Auerbach to
the budget commission of the Ba-
varian Parliament. Of these
claims, he told the commission,
10.000 had been settled.
He said that 23,900 Deutsche
Marks '$5,000,000) had been paid
out to 42,000 ex-victims, partly in
the form of advances.
Trade and Industry.
In a statement to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, Immigration
Minister Moshe Shapiroa leader
of the Religious Blocsaid that
the only solution to the present
crisis is the holding of new
Parliamentary elections.
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Henry
Morgenthau. Jr., general chair-
man of the United Jewish
Appeal, who left by air Monday
for New York via Paris, said
before his plane took off that
the resignation of the Israel
Cabinet will not affect the
projected $1,000,000,000 Israel
bond campaign in the U. S.


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+Jewish fUrldiar
PAGE THREE
j h,.r Given Regional I.I I H I Post,
[Jyers Principal Speaker At Parley
JJbcrt E. Scher was elected
president of the Southeast
of the Council of
lice
feShrFederationi and Welfare
l*Hs held last weekend at the
'und:v It Hotel in New Orleans
named to the regiona
tose
Miamians^-.---^ inrfude R
Irving Frankel,
xccutivi'
^Benjamin Meyers.
[ Monte Selig and Judge
Brold B. Spaet.
Kl.y .,,Ml.itions passed oy re-
should be conducted within the
welfare funds."
"With respect to this primary
source of income for Israel," he
continued, "our responsibilities of
our welfare funds in 1951, will be
to make American Jews fully
aware of the realities and diffi-
culties that Israel faces and to
secure through our welfare funds
maximum contributed funds for
the United Jewish Appeal."
Referring to the proposed bond
drive for Israel, he urged that
bonds for this purpose "must be
over and above maximum funds
contributed to welfare funds; and
they must not be a diversion from
or in any way a
Study Group Resumes
Saturday Sessions
The Golda Meyerson Reading
and Study Group has resumed its
weekly sessions for the study of
Beach Men Named To
National ZOA Posts
Two Miami Beach men, both
vice presidents of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, have been ap-
ancient and contemporary Jewish I Pointed to national posts in the
literature.
The unjt, which was founded
one year ago by Mrs. Anna Sorin
Bild. meets every Saturday after-
noon in the homes of members.
Israeli (iroup
Schedules Tea
Zionist Organization of America,
according to an announcement by
Alex Van Straaten, district presi-
dent.
In recent communications from
Benjamin G. Browdy, ZOA presi-
dent, Ben Zion Ginsburg was
notified that he has been ap-
pointed to serve on the national
administrative council of the
ZOA. Ginsburg is active in the
Hebrew Academy and is president
of the Miami Beach Apartment
House Association. He held the

Mrs. Harry Koretsky is sched-
uled to open her home at 6145
La Gorce Drive, Miami Beach, for
, a membership tea to be sponsored i
substitute Z by the Israeli Group of Hadassah Ps''lon un^er ho administration
philanthropic funds" SlUtt ^ on Thursday, October 19. at 1 *l^**?**\ ,
At the same time Myers stressed P-m-
B'nai B'rith Enroll 200
In First Phase Of Drive
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami and the Ft. Lauderdale and
Hollywood Lodges, enrolled 200
members at their recent kick-off
breakfasts launching the national
membership campaign, it has
been announced by C. R. Jacob-
son, executive director.
More than 100 membership
workers canvsased the South
Florida area in a torrential rain
storm to invite Jewish residents
of this community to join the
ranks of B'nai B'rith.
that local needs and programs are
a primary responsibility of Amer-
ican JeJwry, adding, "There is
still plenty to be done here at
homenationally and in each of
our communities. Our local needs
continue, our local programs still
require support, gaps in service
must be filled. Manpower and
dollars to meet essentials at home
will be as indispensable in 1D51
as in the past."
In discussing Myer's presenta-
tion, Isaac Heller emphasized the
need for "bringing back into the
fold those in our communities
who have not participated ade-
quately." The former regional
president urged the coordination
of philanthropic efforts and the
necessity for "boldly doing away
with overlapping services" so that
the most effective use can be
made of philanthropic funds.
The affair is also slated to honor
the guest speaker, Mrs. Arthur
Rubel, Hadassah field director,
who recently returned from an
extended toui of Israel.
Mrs. Leon J. Ell will introduce
Mrs. Fred Jonas, Greater Miami
Chapter membership coordinator;
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Greater Mi-
ami Chapter president; and Mrs.
Murry Grossman, Florida regional
president, who will extend
greetings.
Mrs. Irving Westin, president,
has announced that the program
is under the direction of Mrs.
Alexander Kogan and Mrs. Leon
Kronish.
Assisting Mrs. Koretsky will be
Mrs. Jack Udell, hospitality
chairman, and the Mesdames J. C.
Chutko, L. Edell, E. Felton, J.
Wolf and J. Halfon.
At the same time, I. R. Good-
man was notified of his appoint-
ment to the national executive
committee of the organization.
Goodman is charman of the Zion-
ist Council of South Florida. He
served in the same eapacity under
the administration of Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver and Dr. Emanuel
Neumann.
Newspapers selling for a penny
apiece were begun in the 1830's.
Herbert E. Scher
Beth El Elects
New Officers
K-onal leaders urged the creation
&; Cenl ,1 Israeli Fund to insure
i iuni benefit from philan-
1 pic contributions through
Kcal welfare funds and intensive
Bash collection efforts so that 1950
^hocalion^ to beneficiaries of local
velfare fund campaigns can be
nade.
Majo: speakers at the confer-
ence were Stanley C. Myers,
national president of the CJFWF;
Harry L. Lurie, executive director
at the. CJFWF; and Major Alfred
ftehman public relations di-
rector of the St. Louis Jewish
Community Relations Council.
In addressing the opening din-
ner given in his honor and in
i.nor of Isaac S. Heller, New
Means, both past presidents of
.on, Myers reported on the
conference that took place recent-
ly in Jerusalem between leaders
of Ami'! ican Jewry and members
lot the Israeli government. He
|( ; i that welfare fund
campaigns in 1951 must continue
their large-scale philan-
Itliii pic responsibilities in Israel,
Iwhich include housing, immigra-
Ition and adjustment. Full recogni-
tion was given at the Jerusalem
conference, Myers stated, that
livery possible measure should be
to uuard against any loss
lof philanthropic dollars. Accord-
ing to Myers, "It was concluded i
' the L'JA in 1951 should be
jcont.nued, strengthened and if
j le. enlarged, and as before,
Sidney H. Palmer was re-elected
president of Congregation Beth
El at a meeting of the group last
week.
Others named to office include
Philip Berkowitz, first vice presi-
dent; Abraham Pepper, second
vice president; J. Zalis, recording
secretary; Albert Zisman, fi-
nancial secretary; Morris Pepper,
treasurer.
Members of the board of di-
rectors are Alfred Perl, David
Singer, Max Silver. Harry Pearl,
Meyer Keilson, Daniel Weiner,
Lewis Green, I. Schwartz and
Max Rappaport.
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11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
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IN CHANCERY, No. 13*128
EUGENIA CORNISH, Plaintiff, v*.
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otherwise said Itlll of Complaint will
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+JewistiFk>ridHair!
i^^OCTOBER
20,
EDITORIAL
liiiiilrimn-
General Wladyslaw Anders, a politically and
militarily dead figure, is currently knocking at the
White House door for an audience with President
Truman. We surmise the inept Polish militarist
will seek to secure the President's blessing to a
project which would give "Anders' Army" an
opportunity to show its mettle in the event of a
clash between the democracies and the totali-
tarian forces. While we have no way of surmising
how great a force the General will promise to
produce, we are certain of one thingthe past
record of the General and his army would make
such a unit a liability rather than asset to the
democracies.
It was not our intention to inject an opinion
on the current Jewish protests against the admis-
sion of a man whose anti-Semitism was only too
painfully known to Poland's Jews before Hitler
exterminated them. So many Nazis, neo-Nazis,
fascists and anti-Semites have been admitted to
this country since the war's end that the admission
of another of that ilk can hardly make any differ-
ence, particularly when he is an anti-Semite
without teeth.
What irked us was the way the Washington
Times-Herald reacted to the incident. Following
cbjections raised by Jewish organizations against
Anders' admission, that paper exercised its right
to free press by pinning the label of communism
end fellow-travelerism on those who pointed the
iinger of opposition aqainst Anders, whom it
called a "Polish hero and foe of Reds."
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HIS HAND AND SEAL
There was no greater foe to the Reds than
Hitler, yet we cannot imagine the Times-Herald
raising the cudgel on behalf of Hitler's admission
f nilid Xalions U>pfc
In the light of United Nations s
Korea, this year's observance of HnT^esses in
Week from October 16 to 24 wUl takf* NaM
significance than ever. 0n greats
Tuesday, October 24 has been r,m i ,
United Nations Day by the Nationa/S ^
mit.ee headed by Mrs. Eleanor Roose*^
Jewish schools and organizations ,2L .
the country have been called on tr> i gt
observance by the committee on*1*, F i
participation of the UN citizens group ^
We hope that as many groups as Lb. .
join in the observance as a testimony **
growing strength and prestiqe 0f O? M
Nations through which much has been m
plished in its short span of life. ^
To the United Nations we owe the first dm* J
a Universal Declaration of Human Buttj
proposed Convention against Genocide1 L
number of other measures and achie'vem
aimed at making this a better world in !5
to live. "*
Let us, therefore, observe the UN anniver**.
in a way befitting its importance.
to this country in the event he turned up aliv.
Nor, do we believe, can that newspaper m
around the unanswerable argument that one an
be a good foe of the Reds and at the same 2
be a good anti-Semite, just as one can be a QOod
foe of the Reds and be a good foe of the art
Semites.
Agricultural Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
N> rorfc B \ ,0. itlon, will won
' '' rn .ii!.. 101 : ihr economic
r the Z .- h. ha* will II, ....
.' Hi men b*i iht nat 01 rd of
.- ., member of (he Miami Beach
' tha".....'" ,h- M""'" '-
Zionism became socially acceptable on May 15, 1948 (the
date of the establishment cf Israel', and there was an upsurge
ol interest on the part of many people who, prior to that time,
had not been aware of nor stirred by the need for a Jewish
State. Except for a handful of rabid anti-Zionists, practically all
Ji ted in
I only 25% of the total population
1 are occupied with farming and ag-
"Kvutza." states: "To the kvutza.
labor became a religion." He also
refers to the "ideal of labor" and
the "ethical value of labor." He
further adds. "This puritanism of
the labor enthusiast sometimes as-
sumed a taint of fanaticism. In
me uivupim wiin idiMiiui; au iiR- sumea a laini 01 ranaucism. in
ricultural pursuits. Realism do- | one of his letters written in 1919.
I mands that Israel have an in-1 Yosef Bussel, the founder of
Idustrial economy rather than! Dagania. tells of the rank and file
agricultural so as to be able to of the kvutza who looked with
absorb the tremendous immigra- disdain at their leaders because
tion within its narrow boundaries, they sometimes did other than
1 The daily life of the vast ma-1 manual labor. This attitude was
[jority of Israelis, the role of I caused not by envy but by the
private capital and industry, the devotion to the deep ethos with
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thei
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In June. 1949 tor ol

f age, to ]
noi
still l
ults ol
I
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.
m-
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thi

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faith in thi te. My
1 ti 1 luring tl
eaffii I my eai lier
ms.
" iwever. I do not feel that
existence of large urban renters
5 Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jeru-
salei y the
drai
not known.
The day
1
roused I cril any pi
.1
I
I
1
itinue 1
'. With sb 1
which they had endowed physical
labor."
Aaron David Gordon, popularly
known as Aleph Daled Gordon.
1 it leader and teach
Zi nism, a non-M 1
igo, "1 I
our r< '. .
id i
actual '. 11'. v. ith our hands; il
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ice to ou i oui

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will the

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ne, is
t of
elligent dnectioi fSdidin stated "the
Ii al -I laboi includes als 1 thi
nciple of self-labo with-
..... ^... 1 01 ii.,1 n ,-i mat
Pa lest in nv disloyalty in rep irt-
" p >licies and prac-
rrant criticism and that
Israeli concept of democracy
nsive in its varies- >n some respects, from
of our actions, 0
n nant with
(;-'-' u '. so :. : us give with
"verstandt."
Following the practice of thi
n ling of the
That t Ami ican Zion-
ist lea Ii wily the highest
which :
totalil the new
busy t ; inate
y
...111
ours Due consideration has been
Stress and strain
ted in Israel for the
past three years. The tale must
be told. If others should come to
share my views and a broader
knowledge is acquired from these
1 s and further study, per-
nployers and empli
Nowhere in the country a
principles better put into
' than in a kvutza. One
might well ask. "Is there only one
compl--. ,t- furth,M s'udy. per-
f the effects "'ps s .Amencan opinion mav
I .nsmitted to the Israelis and
ft nment,
policies or inst tut :. lest such
ism result in a withdrawal
make a contribution to the up-
building of the state along with
contribution of American
of funds t on the ] irt x,,1-,.,0'
of many Ami ricans. run
^ u v. shall not repeat the stoi 1
ted 1 .el of returning travelers who
I has devoted a majoi the miracles wrought by the earfv
portion of his communal activities chalutz.m .pioneers in creating
r the past ifteen j forest and fields from the b
felt prompted to wastes, eroded hills and marshv
1 objectively as po vamps, nor the tales of others
an analysis of a portion of life ,n who speak of the return of the
namely that of communal Jew to the soil. Rhapsodic songs
settlements, explaining their posi- also are sung of a new civiliza-
tion and relationship to the rest tion with a new social order the
of the country and appraising dignity of labor and social 'ius-
r sociological, economic and tice. I. too. have seen may of the
noted sociologist. Henrik F. In- l,,:m of kvutza and is it the only
field, in his book. "Co-operative f"lm OI co-operative living in
Living in Palestine." the word Israel? If not. what other forms
"kvutza" (plural kvutzot) shall be '"'' 'here'.'"
IJSSLIS ,df l?nate a Sing!e ;'UI1' Tno answers to these Questions
th -h' !l L0r,C"Opc!''''\' :,nd are' "No- Thcro are throe primary
the wo id kibbutz (plural kib- types of Jewish rural settle-
butzim) as a group of kvutzot. ments."
The word Jew will he usi I 1 ,,
indicate people in Israel rathe? 1 n h(i' neX^ '"^Hment wc
than adheVVnts of a relig onf In ^'TtZ^ dlf^'n be"
less otherwise indicat. I '' kvulza- moshavah. mos-
What is then. ab,,ut'a kvutza I |V ."" f.hav 'lV?d'm "nd the,
ind the mode of life toUowedI g : ft Xn' '.T f ,hue las'-.which
ts members which ,,,,,.. ...LZ is k,ll,un as Ill(> moshav sh.tufi.)
IIsrael I ;miii, Ins
llrivo \-.1i11si
lll.-nk Market
JERUSALEM. (JTA) r
. nationwide anti-black mark I
drive which began last week 4 '
now in full swing with Premier
David Ben Gurion utilizing new
powers conferred on him by the
Cabinet to authorize police and
troops to cany out large-scale
'searches for illicit hoards of con-
sumer goods.
Many p< already been
arrested, in, I number ol
well-known 1 One mer-
chant has b v-d to have
been arrested, tried.c .rivictedand
si ntenced to 1 imprison-
ment.
The Cab
I -. by the
is Re?-
I
I tribi
Ii

port to the 1
el Aviv, t I
:. 1 in '-?
ii
'
against the black : In a
. ment d< oouni ing black mar-
keting as one ol '.: maindangeri
facing the country, the association
called on Its members to place all
their stocks at the disposal of the
public at official prices. The
statement concluded by expw*
ing hope that the Premier wou.1
give due consideration to the de-
mands made by the merchants.
fJenisti Fkridion
ublished every Friday
The Jewish Fiondian at 120
ih ...... M,,mi 18. Florida- t"
educational aspects. It is my belief
that this phase of Israeli life is
the most discussed and perhaps
the least understood of any. Yet
this facet includes and reflects
much that is fundamental in Is-
raeli thinking
agricultural settlements.
These colonies have been the
subject of every photographer and
journalist who spent more than
a day in Israel. Stress upon this
facet of life has led many Ameri-
cans to believe that most Israelis
t i. j ITi i ^. .... -"* '" uciicvc mat most Israelis
I had anticipated Prime Minis- i live on kibbutzim and are en-
ter Ben Gurion's statement of gaged in agriculture. Actually,
its members which causes rabbi's
to extol their virtues even though
with the exception of II
I Hamisrachi Kvutzot and a few
.others, they have abandoned
| practically all semblance of re-
ligious life and ritual as under-
stood by us. (Then observance of
the Sabbath as a day of
sterns from the belief'that men
shall work only six days rather
than because of religious ob-
servance.) What ,s the attraction
which has caused sons of rich men
to renounce their father's wealth
and enter a life of self-denial
ml* TCJ"1!! loss o ^dividual
I liberty? Why have well educated
| young women, products of a
j sophisticated culture, chosen to
live m primitive quarters, work
as laborers in the fields or a*' i
kitchen hands? as ho?d President.
Shalum Wurm in his book,
p
by i ie Jewist
Sixth itreet. Miami 18. Fl<",|d*-|-t.
tered as second-class matter Juy
at the Post Office of Mi.
Ivm-s<-f h Israel
I onus Junior
Congregation
The newly organized Junior
Congregation ol Kneseth Israel
i gation will hold a special
meeting with the congregation
brotherhood on Sunday, October
, .u 10 am- in lhe social ha"
"' 'nc -s>nagogue. according to
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
lead,
The junior group, which will
work in conjunction with the
brotherhood, will be supervised
by David J. Gorlin, Hebrew
I teacher and Gerald Katz. brother-
1930, at the Post Office of M'
Fla.. under the Act of March 3. '"
The Jewish Floridian has '"\
the Jewish Unity and
the Jewish Unity and the J*"1*
Weekly. Member of the J*!JSl
graphic Agency. Seven Arts r
Syndicate. Worldwide News Sew
National Editorial Association, *m
can Association, of """!^S*
Newspapers, Florida PressAssw^
The Jewish norldlM "'' "*
uarantM th Kahruth of %
hamllse adverlisi-d in lts_co^
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Junior services are held every
Saturday at 10 a.m.
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Volume 23 Num^
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, W*
HESHVAN 9. 5"H


rpinAY. OCTOBER 20. 1950
vjewisl) Fkridiaun
PAGE FIVE
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
\\ \SIIINGTON Non-Jewish
Is in high government cir-
,. asking i'.' Jewish organiza-
tions are beginning to succumb
I "Commiphobia. Are Jewish
.izations showing symptoms
Sam sort of hysteria.which
i the passage of the Me-
r n concentration ramp bill
the bill these organizations op-
posed? They opopsed the bill as a
threat to democracy and to Jewry
.,,! because it would make
martyrs out of Communists and
do them more good than harm.
fcre Jews becoming victims of the
Very hysteria they so recently
condemned?
prominent Jews have suggested
that leftist organizations should
bt expelled from the Jewish
community and that Communists
and fellow travelers, who follow
the Moscow line, be kicked out of
all respectable Jewish organiza-
tions. It has been reported that
Oscar Cohen, national community
service director of the B'nai B'rith
Anti-Detamation League, urges
the expulsion of Communists
found in Jewish organizations."
irees close to Attorney Gen-
,1. Howard McGrath, who
the department of govern-
i barged with responsibility
nternal security, expressed
amazement at these reports. One
asked if such a move
i not do the Jews more harm
d in that "it would sug-
their organizations
Communistswhen in fact
pi ibably very, very few
such subversives in im-
nl Jewish groups."
McGrath himself has warned
"vig inte" justice and
security legislation "containing
the same shrill overtones of hys-
teria." The Attorney General can-
not be considered, even by the
most frenzied, to be indifferc nt to
Communism or unmindful of the
n al dangi rs ol Red espionage or
sabotage. He wants effeel ve
itrol Ri (Is but no) !
which would indiscrimin
- Reds and liberals, blurring
the important distinction between
them, impeding both democracy
and counter-intelligence. McGrath
said: '"Techniques of suppri
and compelling adherence to the
'party line' are the very mark of
Communism itself in lands where
it holds sway. We cannot afford
to be misled into believing that
we will be providing machinery
| to combat espionage and sabotage
by adopting such techniques."
Ralph Waldo Emerson warned
that we often become what we
hate. In this vein. Rear Admiral
Sidney W. Souers, special con-
sultant to President Truman on
security, told an FBI graduating
class that "unrestrained and in-
discriminate anti-Communist ac-
tivity can be just as dangerous to
American institutions as Com-
munist activity itself."
A note of caution was sounded,
meanwhile, by Isaiah M. Minkoff.
executive director of the Jewish
National Community Relations
Advisory Council. Minkoff said.
"In our fight for civil rights and
civil liberties in the United States,
Jewish community relations or-
ganizations have never permitted
the poison from the Communist
left to come in and, in continuing
that fight today, we must be just
as effective in keeping out the
n thi fas isl right." Hi
also warned against the respecta-
Youth Breakfast
Services Re-Open
Youth breakfast services will be
resumed at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center on Sunday. October
22, at 9:15 a.m. it has been an-
nounced by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, spiritual leader.
e morning me< tings have
attracted as many as 100 i
who participate in religious
I -. forum programs and
musical event.--, the rabbi dis-
closed.
Hosts for the first breakfast
service of the season will be Mr.
I and Mrs. Morris Cohen. Ar-
rangements will be made by the
Sisterhood with Mrs. Harry
Seligman in charge.
Following services in the chapel
I led by Rabbi Lehrman, breakfast
will be served in the dining room
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will
, lead in community singing.
bility that is being given to those
on the ultra-right just because
they are also anti-Communist,
pointing out that it must never
be forgotten that some of these
ani-Communists are also anti-
Semitic and anti-everything else
I that counts for preserving our
democracy.
If you are connected with any
group actively engaged in fighting
against segregation or religious
discrimination and are having too
much success to suit bigots ;
they have to do is to loudly yell
that you are a Communist or a
radical. All they have to do it thej
don't like you or your organiza-
tion is to scream like Sen. Mc-
Carthy, over and over again.
Pei pie will then say, where then
is so much smoke there must
fire. Anti-Semites will have tl eir
j i1 v and Jewish
may be on the verge of helping
them bring Uiis abi
Should our organizations be-
come hysterical, they maj con-
tribute toward their own destruc-
tion. In Germany of 1933, some
prominent Jews said, "It's only
the Reds and noisy ones who
Hitler will hurt. Four own own
preservation we must disown such
elements."
Making final arrangements for the "Square and Round Ball"
to be sponsored by the Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District
on Sunday. October 22, are (1. to r.) Sondra Palmer, Sam Soldinger,
Gil Rappaport and Gertrude Migdall. \
Brarh Masada To
Sponsor l)an<*<
Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District will sponsor ..
"Square and Round Ball" to be
held at the Shelborne Hotel. Sun-
daj evening, October 22.
Music will be supplied by
Michael Marvin and his orchestra.
Entertainment is under the di-
rection of Dramatics Chairman
Lenny Schwartz. Fund-raising
Chairman Gil Rappaport is in
of an angements witl
Soldinger, posters; Edith Feld
donte Popo\
chairman: Pearl Protzell,
responds nee; Gertrude Mi
11 ists; Sondra Pi
ity.
Proceeds will go toward
.' Israeli projei I
Group Re-Organized
The Sabra Young Judaeans met
October 5 at the home of Alitta
Hoffman. 7834 Abbott Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, to reorganize for the
coming year.
Interview To Be Aired
Mrs. Marie Volpe. manage* f
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, will inte.
members of the Miami Beach
Exchange Club committee in
charge of the Sunday night con-
cert series on Saturday, October
21, a: G p.m. over WKAT
club ha.s undertaken sp >ns i
of the series for its University of
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here are key members of the drive steering committee. They are
(1. to r.) Leo Steinman. Irving Frankel, Sam Aronstein. Harry
Levine. Harry Danziger. Second progress report meeting is sched-
uled for Tuesday. October 24. at 8 p.m. in the conference room
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 420 Lincoln Road. A
meeting of the home building committee is slated for Friday.
October 20, at 2 p.m. at the Cortley Hotel, 245 181h St.. Miami
Beach. The steering committee will convene at the same place at
2 cm. Judge Harold B. Spael, campaign chairman, has issued an
appeal for additional volunteers for the house-to-house phase of
soliciatalion.
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Coral Gables Zionists
Slate Election Meeting
First general meeting and elec-
tion of officers of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, according
to an announcement by Norman
R. Lyons, president.
A report on the ZOA national
convention in Chicago was made
by Delegate Oscar Lelchuk at a
recent board meeting of the group
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lyons. Morris Simon, chairman
of the board, presided.
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PAGE SIX
jMiato ncrk/iar
raDAJ^ocTOBER
Mrs. Kaufman Is
Tea Chairman
Mrs. Harry Kaufman has been
appointed chairman of the mem-
bership tea to be sponsored by
the Metropolitan Council of B'nai
B'rith Women on Tuesday. Octo-
Personally Speaking
Abe Shavins Will
Live In Chattanooga
Chattanooga. Tenn., will be the
new home of the former Miss Ann
Nevel, whose marriage to Abe
Home after a three-week trip through Mexico are Dr. and
Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. 444 West Di Lido Drive. Miami Beach.
Included in their itinerary were Cuernavaca, Taxco, Acapulco, shavin took place October 8 at the
Puebla Tehuacan Fcrtin, San Jose Purua and Mexico City. The Miami Hebrew School and Con-
is&iiLsASrsaRosen,hals node ,h*ttip b*y pr* ft^ift
A skit entitled "B'nai B'rith A' next week to attend the Bar Mitzvah of his fust grandson. Lloya The brjde js the daughter of
PoppinV depicting the various Allen Moriber, son of Joseph Moriber, New York attorney. Mr. Mr ancj ^rs. Harry Nevel, 1542
Mcriber, who has been a resident of this area for the past five s.W. 6th St. The bridegroom's
years, will spend about two weeks with his children in New
York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. H. Boonshoft, 1004 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach, have as their houseguests their son, Oscar, chief engineer
at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio; his bride of six months, the former
Miss Marjorie Goldflies of Dayton; and his mother-inlaw, Mrs.
Minnie Goldflies. The visitors are here for a short stay.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weiss. 2863 S.W. 23rd St., announce
:he birth of a daughter, Marlene Etta, on October 7 at Mount
Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Weiss has been active with the Dade
County Society for Crippled Children in its cerebral palsy work, j bouquet of yellow roses. Phil
j( Levine was best man. Miss Ann
% .J^^^M m Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman, 1060 S.W. 36th Court,
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Shavin of Chattanooga.
For the ceremony the bride
chose a gown of white nylon net.
fashioned with hoop skirt, fitted
bodice and lace-edged cap sleeves.
Her full-length veil of French
illusion fell from a coronet of
seed pearls, and she carried a
bible adorned with white orchids
and showers of white roses.
Miss Jean Nevel served as maid
of honor for her sister in a gown
of aqua net. She carried a colonial
Mrs. Harry Kaufman
- and phases of B'nai
II be presented with each
taking part in the pro-
'-: stesses for the afternoon will
t-. '..> ^-.:p chairman and
. .-.airmen of each chapter.
B'na: B'rith presidents and
ntatives from the West
Beach. H :iywood. Fort
ile. and Hialeah Cl
been in\ it it be the guests
of
this
Benjamin Shulman,
celebrated their forty-seventh wedding anniversary on October
18.
* *
Back in Miami after spending the summer at their summer
home in Avon Lake, Ohio, are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss,
561 N.E. 68th St.
-* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, 775 S.W. 21st Road, returned
Sunday from a three-month visit in Chicago.
* *
After spending several months at their summer home in
South Fallsburg, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler have returned
to their Miami Beach home. 1233 10th St. While away they
visited their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg, 108 6th Ten., Di Lido Island,
have returned here after a six-month tour of Palestine and
various Jewish communities in Europe.
Chicago kept the
I
Solomons Reveal
Daughter's Troth
-.t Metropolitan Council at
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Solomon, 1501
Day Drive. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Carol, to Charles L.
Cooperman. Mr. Cooperman is the
~~ son of Mrs. Lena Cooperman. St.
Tamara Chapter to Meet Petersburg, and the late Mr.
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi I Cooperman.
tea.
W men will meet Tuesday. Octo-
:-. : 24, at 8:30 p.m. at the Sor-
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The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and attended the University of
Florida, where she was a charter
member and secretary of Alpha
Lambda Delta, national women's
scholastic fraternity.
Mr. Cooperman attended St.
Petersburg Junior College and
served in the army air corps. He
graduated from the University of
Florida, where he was a member
of P: Lambda Phi fraternity. He
is now employed as industrial
engineer with the National Tube
C mpany in McKeesport. Pa.
David M. Gordons Fete
'Daughter On Birthday
A surprise party was given by
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Gordon.
1519 S.W. 14th St.. on October
7 in honor of the birthday of
their daughter, Meryl (Mickie).
Among the guests were Muriel
August, Liz Paul. Arthur Pepper.
Saundra Prince. Janet Greene.
M irris Levitt. Dorothy Gruber.
George Schwartz. Yiska Serott.
Malcolm Friedman. Merle Jacobs.
Marvin Propper. Lewis Kanner.
, Reva Shapiro. Gwen Freed. Con-
I nie Gruber. Howard Greenwald.
Warren Greene and Earle Rifas.
I Also at the party was the
i honoree's brother. Alan, a Zeta
Beta Tau pledge at the University
of Florida, who came home for the
weekend unexpectedly.
Winokui of
guest bopk.
The bride's mother greeted
guests in a gown of deep aqua
crepe with gold orchids. The
bridegroom's mother was attired
in rose crepe and also wore gold
orchids.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Levine. Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Nevel, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Danoffs. Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Danoffs. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rose,
Mrs. Ethel Rose. Baltimore. Md.:
Miss Shirley Radin. Rubin Shavin
and Mr. and Mrs. I. Levine,
Cnattanooga.
The former Miss Nevel attended
Herzl Junior College in
Mr. Shavin. a veteran of the air
force, manages a wholesale hard- Miami Jewish CenteTwi/sL^
ware house in Chattanooga. | a costume ball or. SatSrto
October 28. at 8 p.m. at the center!
Mrs. Abe Sha
fin
West Miami Women
.Chicago. To Hold Costume Ball
The Women's Group of the West
Chattanooga
! For the wedding trip to New I
York, the bride donned a summer Entertainment will
silk print With matching acces- by a Miami Dailv News Youth
sones and white double orchid Round-Up Unit. Prizes
corsage, awarded for the best
will be
costume.
Men's Club Forming
An organizational meotinc
Marriaae Announrpd c Men's club of lhe Firft J '
iiarnage rtnnouncea Congregation of Coral Gable,
Announcement has been made slated for Thursdav. October 19
> the marriage of D iris Herzogiat 8:30 p.m. at the group's tem-
t.. Hy Najjar which took place on! porarv quarters. 1613 Ponce de
October d m Raboi Simon April's! Leon Blvd.. according to Abe
The couple spoke their Maloff. congregation president
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PAGE SEVEN
ne Sisselman,
(in Reibel
hange Vows
lpr a wedding trip to Mexico
the Southwest, Alvin Reibel
This bride of September 23,
Crmer Arlene Sisselman, are
"' in Miami Beach. The
le exchanged vows in the
Ldour Room of the Sherry-
|enac Hotel.
, hridc. daughter of Mr. and
[an v Sisselman, 625 Michi-
ve Miami Beach, wore a
crepe gown featuring hip
ry A fingertip veil and a
Lt of white orchids and
anotis completed her bridal
fble.
1 of honor was Miss Dorothy
lson and bridesmaids were
Misses Elaine Schwartz and
Ira Devore Louis Dresner
test man.
owing the ceremony, a re-
in was held in the Terrace
i of the hotel.
Lot-town guests included
Murray Coreman, Mrs.
j-d Baransky, Bronx, N. Y.;
md Mrs. Don Decker, Mr.
/rs. Rudman, Los Angeles,
far. and Mrs. Glickman, St.
Mo.; Phil Cooper, Brook-
I. Y.
| former Miss Sisselman at-
| Miami Beach High School
he University of Miami and
ietary of the Clara Hirsh
|u Chapter of B'nai B'rith
\ Women.
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
L 901 Collins Ave., Miami
, the bridegroom is a Navy
and a graduate of City
of New York. He is as-
ld with Reibel Construction
ration.
|h I'J Ladies
lose Leaders
[ Jack Shapiro was renamed
lent of the Sisterhood of
bgation Beth El at the an-
fceetinK 'if the organization
leek.
I elected to office were Mrs.
Rappaport. first vice presi-
Mrs. Alexander Rosen,
I vice president; Mrs. Mur-
Irauer. financial secretary;
Samuel Geltner, recording
|j; Mrs. William Swimmer,
tonding secretary; Mrs. Ai-
rman, treasurer.
members include the
lies Anna Bear, Sidney
Abraham Pepper, Morris
Anna Sands, George
David Singer, Edward
Her. Eugene Schwartz, Sol
_ Emanuel Kornstein, Al-
rerl, Abraham Greenberg,
1 Rotcnberg. Jacob Fine,
fcstenbaum, Clara Bear and
1 Wilchvk.
Beach Center Opens
Membership Drive
The Miami Beach Jewish Center
fall membership drive, headed by
Samuel J. Halperin, opened with
a kick-off luncheon at the Raleigh
Hotel.
At this meeting the membership
committee outlined plans for an
intensive drive to be conducted
during the next four weeks. A
goal of 200 new members has
been set.
"Our center stands for the
betterment of Jewish youth and
the preservation of Jewish char-
acter and Jewish values, Chair-
man Halperin stated, "it provides
a synagogue, a daily and Sunday
religious school, a social center
and a home for every age group
of the family."
Working with Halperin are Sol
Goldstrom, Sam Rivkind. Ben*
Zion Ginsburg, Harold Unger-
leider, Samuel Tritt, Milton
Smitn, George J. Talianoff, Sam-
uel Lipton, Jack Mintzer and
Wolfie Cohen.
WI >" X Chapter
Seats Officers
Honey Sas.soon was installed as
president of WINZ Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls Sunday evening
at Hamburger Hearth.
Also inducted at the ceremonies
were Mona Rubenstein, vice pres-
ident; Roberta Freeman, corres-
ponding secretary; Barbara Stein,
recording secretary; Ernice
Weinkle, treasurer; Rose Ruddy,
historian.
Junior Co-Adviser Barbara De-
vore served as installing officer
and Junior Co-Adviser Elaine
Schwartz spoke on the purpose
of the organization. Mrs. Emanuel
Ruddy, senior adviser, served as
chaplain.
Yiddish School
Officers Seated
Formal installation of officers
of the Workmen's Circle I. L.
Peretz School and a reception for
the new teachers, Mr. and Mrs.
L. Lasavin, was held recently at
the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
Installed at the affair were
Joseph Pollack, president; Sam
Levine, chairman; Kate Tishler,
vice chairman; Joseph Dunlov,
secretary; Morris Honigbaum, fi-
nancial secretary; Harry Spivack,
treasurer, William Paskew, rec-
ording secretary.
School committee chairmen in-
clude E. Lesewoder, chairman of
coordinating committee; Pollack,
budget; I. Cohen, tuition; Duntov,
publicity; Ida Spivack, attend-
ance; Esther Elkin, arrangements.
'ENTY THIRD SEASON .. 1950-1551
KERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
tO A'lOO, Conductor Jefc Bitter, Guest Conductor
Eve. 8:30. Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium
|. Eve. 8:30 Miami Senior High School
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MORINI
Nov. 19 cr.d 20
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21 and 22
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Mrs. C. H. Olen is chairman of
the Oneg Shabbat membership
tea to be sponsored by the Herzl
Group of Hadassah on Saturday.
October 21, at 1:30 p.m. in the
Sapphire Room of the Belmar
Hotel.
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Making plans for a pictorial journal to be distributed at the
Hebrew Academy Women's third annual dinner scheduled for
December 17 at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel are (seated. 1. to r.)
Mrs. Beatrice Spalter, Mrs. Samuel Cohen, journal chairman. Mrs.
Lewis M. Escott; (standing, 1. to r.) Mrs. Melvin Pazol and Mrs.
Harry Genet.
Academy Children To Participate In
United Nations Hay Observances
Miami and lyricist of the United
Children of the Hebrew Aca-
demy Choir were selected to
represent the State of Israel in
the mass observance of United
Nations Song, will deliver a short
address.
Rehearsing with the children
Nations Day at Bayfront Park on j the Hebrew program for UN Day
Thursday, October 19, at 8 p.m. observances is J. Stadlan, con-
and at Dinner Key on Tuesday, ductor of the academy choir, and
October 24. Joseph Schriebman, musical di-
The academy choral group is rector,
singing as part of the United
Nations Chorus, a 400-voice choir
under the direction of Prof. N.
Vamasescus.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the academy, announced
that the Hebrew program will
consist of modern Hebrew songs i
representing modern Israel, and
also chassidic and religious melo-
dies representing Orthodox and
traditional Israel.
The academy is also planning
an assembly at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, I
October 24. City officials will l
present greetings, and Mrs. Mary
L. Berman, co-chairman of the |
United Nations Day committee of
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The Rabbinical Association of
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Opens Nursery
Beach Jewish Cei

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Chil n three I fiv
.be and classes will
held M '.. thi .ugh Friday '.
9a: 12 n n Children
ced up and delivered b>
A typical daily schedule (ol
is: 9 to 10 a.m.out-
i ilides, blocks;
10 to 10:30 a.m.juice and crack-
I period: 10:30 to 11 a.m.
playarts and crafts, t
I 11:30 mu
: i :20 to 1:
ems and drama"..
:: -i> to 12 Doonwashupchil-
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ttee in I I

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Shown planning the program of acuities for the N
School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center are Mrs. Nelan S*
Fred Berkovitx and Mrs. Theodore Hankoff.
Obituaries
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Rogers, Wood Lead
In Constable Race
: be-
in and stormy winds
select George F.
- and Tom Wood for the
run-off for constable in D.
"'.'.- Rogers received 695 votes:
W : 659.
They will run it off in the
second primary next Tuesday.
55.000 eligible registrants
only 3.814 voters cast ballots in
Tuesday's first primary. It was a
special election to fill the unex-
pired term of O. D. "Jack'" Hen-
.-.. who resigned as constable
when he was sworn in as Miami
city safety director.
Show Pro*eeds
LKar marked For
Haven School
A ntest t f:nd the "mo.
iinty child" will be I
held in D.r.- Ki y auditorium
December 8. with proceeds goiny
Haven S retarded
- t Ken '.all.
VI. Von Aj i
board of di-
been i ll
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Ax said all Dad.
Idrcn between the ages

irds will .

D nly 'ne of
S lUth." Haven
School p:
children incapable of red
education
meth
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nel of thi
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Card Party Scheduled
rhood of Kneseth Israel
Congregation will sponsor a card
and program on Tuesday.
e 24, in the social hall ol
. according ti Ml
... president.
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Beam, etc.); 8 lb.. Cereals; 8 lb.. Canned FrU,t:
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2 lbs Spices.
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lb Meat
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': lb Egg
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Z lb. Rice
2 lb. Split Peas
Z lb. Sugar
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1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
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2 can Sardines
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' oz. Tea
16 bars Hershey
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4 pkg. Noodle
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tflPAY, OCTOBER 20, 1950
oni>**nee f Jewish Women Will
old Quarterly Meeting Thursday
rection of Mrs. Gershon M
vJewisti Meridian
quarterly meeting of the
inference of Jewish Women's
-ffanizutions of Dade County
rjil be held Thursday, October
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
ka'xony Hotel, it is announced by
Hrs. Louis Glasser, president.
The program entitled "A Tapes-
of Jewish Life" will follow
he short business meeting and
I be presented both before and
tfter luncheon, Mrs. Glasser re-
pealed Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof is
Jrogran: chairman.
Miss Leah Jaffa, music con-
stant of the National Jewish
Welfare Board and executive sec-
Wary of the National Jewish
Busic Council, will discuss Jew-
i music. A singer and pianist
note. Miss Jaffa will illustrate
lecture with appropriate se-
itions.
A radio skit on the life of
iazer Ben Yehuda, founder of
lie Hebrew dictionary and father
[ the modern Hebrew language,
be presented under the di-
lller.
Participants will be Al Balin, Bill
Schlesinger, Bob Lyons, Boris
Pritchard, Gershon Miller, Sey-
mour Spalter, ana the Mesdames
Alfred Stone, Herman P. Rubin,
A1?,Xan,der Kogan and Chertkof.'
Highlight of the session will be
an address by Dr. Joseph R
Narot newly elected rabbi of
temple Israel, whose subject will
be 'Today's Jewish Woman Looks
to Tomorrow." Dr. Narot comes
to Miami from Atlantic City
where he served as spiritual lead-
er of Beth Israel Temple for ten
years In Atlantic City, the rabbi
- _.----- served for a number of vear-s as
Council, will discuss Jew- chairman of the United Jewish
.-: A am0f>r anrt manic* A 1 rr wimicu JCWlSn
Appeal. He was founder and first
president of the Atlantic City
Forum and served as a director
of the New Jersey Mental Hy-
giene Society.
In January, 1948, the Atlantic
City Military Order of World
Wars presented him with a cita-
tion for his "outstanding achieve-
ments in the fields of American-
ism, tolerance and good citizen-
ship."
Reservations for the luncheon
meeting may be made by tele-
phoning 82-1664 or 5-5224.
Serving with Mrs. Glasser are
first vice president, Mrs. Sylvia
Ur.ertkoi: second vice president,
Mrs. Clarence Cohn; treasurer,
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry; recording
secretary, Miss Lillian Goodman-
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
John Temple; registrar, Mrs.
Harry Gordon; year book, Mrs.
H. Spaet; parliamentarian, Mrs.
Isaac Levin; resolutions, Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers; arrangements,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan; art, Mrs.
Rena Youngerman; citizenship,
Mrs. Nat L. Williams; cultural
calendar, Mrs. Matilda Ratner-
education, Mrs. Seymour Lieb-
man; international relations, Mrs.
Leopold L. Schwartz; legislation,
Mrs. Leonard Glickman; litera-
ture, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein; mem-
bership, Mrs. Clarence Cohn;
music, Mrs. Jacob Kaplan; pro-
gram. Mrs. Chertkof; program re-
search directory, Mrs. Irving
PAGE NINE
Lehrman; public health, Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub; publicity
Mrs. Julius A. Oshlag; chaplain!
Mrs. Leon Kronish; leadership,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; civilian
defense. Mrs. Joseph Williamson:
and welfare, Mrs. Nathaniel M.
Levin.
Ilabbi Kronish
Itt'vicu's Book
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
reviewed Meyer Levin's "In
Search," at the open meeting of
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom on Wednesday, October
18, at 1:30 p.m. in the temple
banquet hall. Dessert luncheon
was served.
"In Search," a current best sell-
er, is the autobiography of this
well-known newspaperman and
novelist who grew up in Chicago's
"Bloody Nineteenth" ward and
grew up to write about his people.
Mrs. Alexander Robbins is pres-
ident of sisterhood and the pro-
gram chairman is Mrs. Emanuel
Goldstrich.
Young Zionists
To Hold Party
Saturday IVight
Miami Young Zionist District
will sponsor a party at the Dave
Adler estate, 853 Sunset Drive,
South Miami, on Saturday, Octo-
ber 14, at 8:30 p.m.
An original sketch by Leon
Rubinstein featuring Esther Barn-
son, "Irwin" and many others,
will headline the show. Janice
Kaiser will present risque ditties
and Annete Melich will sing.
Swimming, dancing, dames and
refreshment will be on tap.
A motorcade will leave the
Jewish Community Center at 8
p.m.
Rabbi To Speak
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will
address the members of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Association on Monday, October
23, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish
Community Center.
ISRAEL today is the land of rhe open dooropen
'his door of hope swung open, to stay open, liftle
more than two years agoand since then more than
430,000 have entered to find a new life, a better
future, a land they can call their own.
I he door that swung open in the late Spring of
'948 has been kept openby youthrough the
United Jewish Appeal. You have kept it open to
me homeless and the oppressed of more than two
d problem of absorbing this mass immigration
hl>s been so great that close to 100,000 of these
newcomers live in tents and barracks, still waiting
or new homes and the establishment of new rural
and urban centers. But at the same time Jews in
wq. Roumania, Poland, Tunisia, Morocco and
o*et lands clamor for the chance to find in Israel
P<*ce, freedom and dignity.
* United Jewish Appeal must give them the
nce meX ***, they need, they long for. The
UJfi ewi,h *""< will be focused on
ne National Planning Conference for Israel
nd Jewish Recon.truction to be held Friday,
^'"rday and Sondoy, October 27, 28 and
af Statler Hotel in Washington, D. C
United Jewish Appeal can give them that chance
if you give to the United Jewish Appeal,
Give todaynowfor:
* the more than 50,000 Jews of Iraq who have until
March, 1951 to reach Israel. Right now, funds of
the United Jewish Appeal are helping to fly 1,000
Iraqi Jews to Israel per week. But funds are running
low despite the fact that Israel's door remains open.
The only thing that will close that door is lack
of funds.
You must give todaynowfor:
the 70,000 Jews of Roumania whose transfer to
Israel depends solely on available funds. The
Government of Roumania has authorized Jewish
emigration to Israel, but how long that authoriza-
tion will last is not known. Before the bars come
down again, you must act. You cannot close your
heart to men, women and children who appeal to
you to keep it open, as Israel keeps its door open.
Keep your heart open to the homeless. Giv today.
Give now. Give generously.
United Jewish Appeal
On Bthalf of the Resettlement and Rrecnstruttum Program
tf Ike Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Amtsi,
United Service for New Americans.
Henry Mokcenthau. Jr., Central Chairman


9.jemiancr*Mar
TODAY. OCTOBER
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Rabbinical Head
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Top pr-.xew.nnen in the 'Top* in Our Town b:esrijt held
--. tmx -he I>lano Hotel* Blue Room an ----:^:.:v.Uh
Met, Ida Optner center president oJ the Nan' 3ech B'wi
: :.-.- Women* Chapter. ca organizer of :-.: Bnt :~t ,..
ha 3:; = :.- Mhaai Highest award we* bestcwe-c .--- MjV .
Gtis-er :cr r.r ;rjsui cirrc aehieTemant* :;: =--*:;.s crga-oi
tions. Second pr.e u awarded to Mr*. Harry Ka.frr.a-. shew-,I
lafJ cf Mrs. Cpmer. who shares th honor .:.-. Mrs. Camilij
>ic'-=er- B*u=. A! left sad right ar* Bra: E nth -embeS
::: r.u Mrs. Milton Wrinkle and Mrs. Chartea Z. Goldbtr-
'A'^i=ers c: Qkfatd priia for community BHttibatioai ere Vh
Harry Gcraos and Mrv Irring Cypen. Honcrar.e rr.errions *
te Mr*. S. B. Liefcman. Mr*. S. H. Lealia and Mrs Hm Wbbbj
The *el*cr;orii were made by Mayor* Ke^h ?.-....:?$ Wi-i^,
Wahaatfe and Harold Turk on the basis of terrer* :-:e:T*i STri
hundred women attended the breakfast at the r>e^ar.;.
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2. Thar only chicken* w.th the ring of the GMVH
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IaY. OCTOBER 20, 1950
rth Beach Gets
(sure-Time Unit
,rnm commutes has been
Lh in the North Beach area
pul.p ,.: establishing
. tivities for all age
:., t:, ction, il has bi
n Kaplan, presi-
I h Centers As-
inil is working in
i h the North Shore
md Temple Beth;
in.
h held its first
neel ng at the
on Thursday,
','.. in .. 15 p.m., i-s corn-
Mrs. Gilbert Balkin.
I] .1 Ell, Leonard Fcld-
Tjoseph ) Gardner, Mr. and
. Goldberg, Mrs. John
Dan Harrison, Morris J.
I, A. J. K> plan. Mrs. H. S.
i Mrs. Ralph Lieberman,
I Till Nelson, Mr. and
lienry Olesky, Melvin Pazol,
jPritzert, Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
Lbinowil/. Miss Leila Rosen-
|Mrs. Albert H. Saperstein,
chonfeld. Samuel Segal, Jr.,
Steinman, Jerry Sussman,
larry Weitzman, Abraham Rabbi Ralph De Koven, spiritual
mon. leader of the First Jewish Con-
area committees will be gregation of Coral Gables, is
d bv Handy Polansky, opening his late Friday evening
| ties director of the services on October 20 at 8:15
Beach VM & WHA. who | P-n>- "Anti-Semitism" will be this
y returned from New York, | week's sermon topic,
btained a Master of |'
te degree from the New
pchool il Social Work at
Lb.a Univei sity.
*'Jenistirkrirlitr
PAGE ELEVEN
Book Review To
Highlight Meet
A review of the current best
Seller, "The Wall." by John
Hersey, wil highlight the meeting
Of Emma Lazarus Chapter. Busi-
and Professional Women of
B'nai B'rith on Tuesday, October
-t at 9 a.m. at the Miami B. ach
Jewish Center,
Mrs. Peter Glazer, Anti-De-
famation League chairman of the
Metropolitan Women's Council of
Bnai B'rith, will discuss the book,
which describes the fate of the
Polish Jews who were forced into
imprisonment in the Warsaw
ghetto in 1939.
Program is under the direction
of Edythe Fleischer.
The chapter will sell tickets for
the movie, "Song of My Heart,"
the life and music of Composer
Peter Tschaikowsky. to be shown
at the Mayfair Art Theatre, 1605
Biscayne Blvd., for one full week
beginning October 22. Tickets are
being sold at regular admission
prices with proceeds going to pro-
mote B'nai B'rith service projects.
, Chairman of the affair is Deana
Abrashkin. Ticket sales commit-
tee will consist of Florence Gold-
man, Mollie Breskin, Tina Fischer,
Ethel Pont, Lillian Tickos, Belle
Small, Edith Simmons and Carol
Tieger.
:ksf one Hotel
)per. Nov. 1
iwly ated 250-room
and Cabana
N member 1 tor ,"">
Beach Marine Wounded
Pfc. Elliott Greenblatt, 19-year-
old member of the marine corps.
has been wounded in action in
Korea, according to news received
from Washington. He is the sun
of Mr. and Mis. Abe Greenblatt.
927 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach.
The defense department nol
did not indicate the nature
n under the
I' inal iwn-
Alfred Stone,
been in the
tions,
oi the famous
estori d, with
and in. dean dec,.
; entire lobby
met beautified
r i i-trimmed
I all modern
! ies. New
windows have
stalled in all the public
All o -Mis are lurn-
with newly appointed
pod styh beds with tufted
new drapes and colors."
hsive m li nization of the
bana Club has the
ai ranged for
i.r extent .if the injury.
Beach Juniors Meet
i: Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah held a meeting on
Thur day, October 19. at u p.m.
in the dining room of the V'ander-
bilt Hotel.
s n Iman was in charge
of the program, which included a
review el the current best-selli .
"The Wall," by John Hersey.
Tlie group is now formulating
plan.- fur its second annual Bal-
four Ball to be held on November
5 at the Shelborne Hotel.
Special Meeting Called
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will hold a spe-
cial meeting on Monday, October
TO privacy of the guests. A 23, at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel
'me deck for ship- Congregation, it has been an-
- been installed ; nounced by Mrs. Joseph Mint/cs.
iae ot the olympic-sized | president.
e shop will adjoin
with the ever pop-
PCewalk cafe. A complete
| .side for per-
1 and business
md occupancy.
ition of the
f ingement of
1 Blackstone Hotel
P' ,: bar Room
F"n'M' li eonvention
nklin became the
!'' nnsylvania Ga-
d newspaper
(l "i Pennsylvania.
"On the Trail"
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r'tsidtnt
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Max Dreyer.
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' account Insured ui> to lifi.ooo.i.....y the
!l Bavtngi .ld LoaM ins,,,,,,,,,. corporation.
Package Party Slated
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Tfilah will sponsor a package
party on Monday. October 23, at
8 p.m. in the social hall of the
synagogue, according to Mrs.
Rachel Katz, president.
R* i" ^'alm' B'"ai B'"th Counc'' President. George J.
l/ran iCeer) prisldes at 107lh anniversary celebration spon-
TlUf R^ei.h,?m,eaCh Ld9e- At left is So1 Goldstrom. member
o tZ m" nT 5l Y,!?rS and Mrs- Ida Ptner- "9hl- President
2PnH.^if C Wmens Chapter. Four hundred persons
U 51 ceremonies held several days before the national roll
call kick-off membership drive on October 15.
Young Judaea Chapter
Resumes Meetings
Chaim Weizmann Chapter of
Young Judaea has resumed its
Tuesday evening meetings at
Temple Beth Sholom. according
to President Carol Wasner.
Other officers of the group in-
clude Nancy Rothman, Martha Jo
Becker and Charlotte Glyck, vice
presidents; Barbara Hillman and
Anne Serrant. corresponding sec-
retaries; Marcia Gross, recording
tary; Charles Sprintz, treas-
urer; and Gilda Goldstein, his-
torian.
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rPTDAY. OCTOBER 20 1950
+Jewish noridktr
PAGE THIRTEEN
Jewish Leaders
lo Attend Parley
K,,e than 300 representatives
Mi communities through-
Jethe South Eastern United
I meet in Miami Beach.
J 4 and 5 to discuss
\ stance to Jewish sur-
L' grating to Israel the
1: states ;md other lands, as
t the integration of thous-
* ,rmer DP's into Amet-
' n will be a combined
ence sponsored by
button Committee,
nerican agency aiding
jews abroad, and the
f for New Amen-
mal agency charged;
sponsibility for receiv-
\ ttling DPi and other
J ,gees arriving in this
I [h JDC and USNA
1 funds for their op- i
::i the United Jewish
* I Beach meeting, to
the Hotel Sorrento,
;. gether outstanding |
from nine states.
ima, Georgia, Flor-
; and South Carolina. I
i Tennessee, southern!
V nd southern Louisiana.
I man of the gathering
L, Dai Ruskin, of Miami Beach.
J g USNA leader, and
';,.,-,' li. Epstein, of New Or-
, ns. chairman of JDC's South
m_ t Region.
f v combined meeting.
I'SN \ 1 "ders will discuss the
's new responsibilities un- :
I U.S. Displaced Persons
K ,[ 1950, including the pro-
'. n of increased job and hous-
m- ssurances by communities.
w DP Act, which extended
1- dp program to the middle of
51. made it possible for thous-
1 if previously ineligible Jew-
. HP's who arrived in the
rn zones of Germany and
Austria between December 22.
M 194= nd January 1, 1949, to apply
H,r admission to the U.S. Some
135.000 Jewish men. women and
children are expected to seek
[entry into this country, in addi-
I the thousands who have
ffliread.V arrived.
N lionally known Jewish lead-
lets will describe current emer-
uenties in JDC's resettlement pro-
which have placed tremen-
lins on JDC's 1950
I lion budget. JDC. faced
I asing appeals for emi-
n assistance from Jews in
iPolan i. Rumania, Iran, Iraq and
I has already postponed
ation of some 75,000
aftcr 1950. However, at
I 000 "now or never" emi-
ist be aided to reach
IS and other areas in
monthi of this year.
District Leader To Conduct BB
Indoctrination Institute October 29
Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association cf Miami, (seated) accepts appointment as
honorary chairman of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith banquet and
dinner dance to be held November 12 at the Sherry Frontenac
Hotel. The affair will honor international president of B'nai B'rith,
Frank Goldman, who makes his first appearance in the Greater
Miami area. Shown with Lipton, (1. to r.) are: Sidney Aronovitz,
president of Sho'em Lodge; Jerome Weinkle. general chairman:
Lipton; and E. Albert Pallot, ticket chairman.____________
Melvin S. Harris, Columbia, S.
C, first vice president of B'nai i
B'rith District Grand Lodge Five, ]
will visit the Greater Miami area
to conduct an indoctrination pro- j
gram at the Sorrento Hotel on I
Sunday, October 29.
The program, designed for all
B'nai B'rith officers, will demons-
trate the responsibilities and
functions of these leaders within
the framework of their B'nai
B'rith organizations.
Sessions will open at 10 a.m.
' and continue until 4 p.m. with
luncheon scheduled for noon.
Louis Heiman, past president ol
the districl and Sholem Lodge,
will conduct a seminar on the
Hilli foundations, describing the
specific benefits extended to Jew-
ish college youth on more than
200 campuses in the United Stati
Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nji B'rith.
will lead a discussion on the
philosophy and program of the
ADL.
A seminar group on B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization will be
ducted by Milton A. 1
national youth commissi ler.
General chairman of th
nation day event.- .
Rauzin. Luncheon r
be made by callini
B'rith of 1 ices at 82-561
Northside Jewish Center
Will Install Officers
Northside Je I
i will hold
stallal Id i
Ocl 29, at 't i.......
H I.
[. Zu
Noah Webster founded the
American Minerva in New York
in 1739 with the assistance of
Alexander Hamilton.
Samuel Adams did most of his
effective work in leading the
[movement for independence by
writing for the press.
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nrAY. OCTOBER 20. 1950
J^i B'rith I nits
Vete VA Patients
s-mma Laz.irus Chapter, Busi-
.,nd Professional Women,
K"i B'rith, and Isaac Levin
lodge. B'nai B'rith, were joint
,f ,n of a show night for
S2SS55d veterans in the TB
It the VA Hospital in Coral
Gables last week.
qtars in Ihe program were Mel
Murray, master of ceremonies of
Se Continental Hotel and Henry
nar pantomime artist. Members
. the Emma Lazarus Chapter
presided as hostesses and served
refreshments.
The program was arranged by
Bob Levin and Miriam Goldstein
.nA is one of a series of year
tound weekly parties sponsored
by B'nai B'rith for patients of
,1U, hospital. _____
Workshop Will Present
Life Of Dr. Goldberger
Thi life of Dr. Joseph Gold-
scientist who discovered
:.,: pellagra and many other
will be presented by
Radi i Workshop for Democracy
on Sunday. October 22, at 7:45
p.m. over radio station WMIE.
Appearing in this week's broad-
ill be Eleanor Zolecki, Bob
Brenner. Robert Baron, Bill
G Lowell Thing and M. J.
Berlii
I program is directed by
le Marx, with Steve Kess-
|er as musical director.
l.ablVs Lodge
Hears Dr. Fried I
I): Berthold Friedl of the
department at the
Miami, was the
princi] '' aker at a meeting of
the Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai
i' n Tuesday, October 17.
5 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
The program commemorated
tin 107th aniversary of the found-
: B'nai B'rith and featured
count of Dr. Friedl's recent
trip to Israel where he was the
guest of president of B'nai B'rith
Lodges in that country.
The Women's Chapter also
participate din the program plan-
ned by Theodore Wayne.
Faye Emerson Stars In
Radio Drama Sunday
Faye Emerson, first lady of TV, I
stars in "An American Comes1
Home," latest in the New Fron- '
tier series, which will be heard
Sunday, October 22, at 10:45 a.m.
over station WIOD.
"An American Comes Home"
tells the story of a telephone op-
erator who stirs the conscience of
a community to accept its obliga-
tions to those who fought and
died to defend democracy.
This latest series is produced
by the Institute for Democratic
Education and presented in
Greater Miami through the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
JenistThrMian
Obituaries
DAVID NOTKIN
67, of 420 Collins Ave., passed nwav
lOctober 13. He came here from I-..*
Angeles .-i year ago. His wife Leah
survives. Service* ware held at tin-
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Reach, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
officiating:. Interment iimk place In
.Mi. Slnal Cemetery, Mr. x,,tkin was a
member of the Jewish National Work-
ers Alliance, Blallk Branch 290,
PAGE FIFTEEN
Cardiac; Home
Unit Plans Ranee
Plans are now being completed
for a fall dinner-dance to be given
by the Miami Chapter of National
Children's Cardiac Home at the
Clover Club on Sunday, October
22. at 6:30 p.m.
Mrs. Leon Freed, chairman, is
being assisted by the Mesdames
Harold Cohen, Henry Green and
Abe Robinson.
MRS. MOLLIE DERNIS
82, of 33j Washington Ave., passed
away October 13. Survivors Include her
husband Joseph, two Bons, Charles and
-lark, of Miami Beach, seven grand-
children. Services were conducted ; the Riverside Memorinl Chapel, Miami
h. with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
officiating;. Interment
Mi. Slnal '.Tii. i.i \.
i.Mik place in
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SIDOR ROGOVER
64, of 1340 Collins Ave., passed away
October 14, He is Hurvlved.by his wife,
Rebecca, two sons, David of Miami
Beach, and Bernard, New fork City:
two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Poster
and Mis. Ann.- Fleer, New fork flu
Services were conducted by Rabbi
Mi..-hay Mann al t li.- Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. Inter-
ment took place in Mi. Slnal Cemetery,
MATZ0H MEAL
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BARNEY MORRIS WESSEL
60, of 1008 3rd si
October 15.
I. la
Sin \ noes
passed away
........- .... 1,1(1.' liis w if.-.
Ida; ..li.' brother an.I one sister, Louis
an.i May, of Philadelphia. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff conducted the services
which took place at Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Miami Beach, with Interment
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
Tax Lawyer Joins
Peninsular Staff
C. B. Kniskern, Jr.. member of
a law firm specializing in taxa-
tion, has joined the faculty of
Peninsular Institute as instructor
in Federal taxation.
Kniskern attended Purdue Uni-
versity, received his B.A. degree
at Vanderbilt University .and his
LL.B. degree, with high honors,
from the University of Florida
Law School.
While at Vandebilt University
he received the award for highest
scholastic average in the freshman
law class. He was elected to mem-
bership in Phi Kappa Phi, na-
tional scholastic honorary frat-
ernity on graduation from law
school. He is also a member of
Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity.
Kniskern is admitted to practice
in the Tax Court of the United
States; United States Court of
Appeals, Fifth Circuit; United
States District Courts for North-
ern and Southern Districts of
Florida; all courts of the state of
Florida.
".i. ..l 229 S.W. 30th Road, passed
away October II. II,- was a certified
public accountant, having lived here
for |3 years. He is survived by his
wife, Jennie; two sons, Courtnev !?..
Of New York, ami la M. i ton B of
r. s. Army in Korea; a daughter,
Mis. Bernlce Perchersky, ..f Philadel-
phia; ami two brothers, Abe ami sol,
of New Yolk ami four sisters, also of
New Fork, ll.- was a member of B'nai
B'rith, tla- Masonic Lodge, ami Beth
David Congregation. Services were
conducted in the Gordon Funeral Home
with interment In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
DAVID GROSS
70, of S34 S.W. loth Ave., i.a-s.'.l
away Octeber li' following a lengthy
Illness. .\ resident for -'". years, Mr.
Oross '-'in'- here from Birmingham,
Ala. ll.- is survived by his wife, Pearl;
two 'la ighters, Mrs. l-iain-.-s Morris
ami m.s. Martha Kaufman; also a
brother, Jake, >( New York. Services
were conducted in the Gordon Funeral
Chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro of-
ficiating. Interment took place in Mt.
Slnal Cemetery.
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BELLE ROSENBLUM
S3, ..f I '.,:;; S.W. 16th St., passed
away on tin- 13th. A resident for 11
years, Mrs. Rosenblum came here from
Butler, I'a. Active in charitable cir-
cles, she was -> patron "f the National
Children's Cardiac Homo. Services
were conducted in the Gordon FNineral
Chapel with Rabbi Simon April of-
ficiating, Entombment followed In the
Woodiawn Park Mausoleum.
SAM WERNER
68, of 1 4 r. N'.W. li'.tli St., jiasMed
away October 14. He was a retired
tailor and came hire six yean ajo
from Milwaukee. He is survived by his
wife, Alice; two daughters, Mrs. Selma
Koppel ami Ruth Werner; tin.',' sons.
Albert, Bennett and Lorry; also five
grandchildren. Services were conduct-
ed by Rabbi Simon April in the '.onion
Funeral Chapel with Interment follow-
ing in Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
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MEMORIALS
MORRIS FEDER
i;i. nf 3071 s.w. 18th St., passed
away suddenly at his home early
Monday morning. n<- resided here for
the past five years, coming from
Syracuse. He was formerly in the dr>
cleaning business. Surviving are his
uii,. Minnie; five daughters, Including
Mrs. Belle Lawrence, "f Miami: also
tw.. grandchildren. Services were con-
ducted in the Gordon Funeral Chapel
by Rabbi Mui aj Gra ler, with Inter-
.....in following in Mt. Ni bo > 'i
LEAH CAPLAN
2S Pi nnsj Ivan la Ave passed
In a local hospital ......tober 13. She
leaves eight children nnd lias been a
resident here ror the past 20 years.
The n man:- were nl to Atlantli
City f. and Int, rmi nt bj
B, a. h Memorial Chapel.
DAVID S. RUBINOW
>: .a i"" s W. 6th St., passed away
Saturday. He came here from Now
v...;, | yi igo Survivors Include
his wife, Sarah B., two Btfns, Lee J.
,,,,1 George li.; two daughters, Mis.
Harol.l Parson and Mrs David Spero.
all of Miami. S. ivlces were conducted
Mondn> In Plaglet Chapel with Inter-
11,,-1,. In VV.....Ilawn Cemetery. ______
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+Je*isi> flcrkJian
FRIDAY^Octqr^
Dinner Dance To
Honor Goldman
One : the biggest social events
of the B*naJ B'rith season will be
the SI Lodge dinner dance
to be reld November 12 at the
Sbe.r;. Fr.ntenac Hotel, in honor
of Frank Goldman, international
p^e^ I the organization, ac-
corc.-.c to Joseph M L:pton.
boo ".airman of the event.
Entertainment and dancing will
principal address by
Goldm.-n. who is making hu ':rs:
dcc here
E'.-.. B'rith lodge; throughout
the state .\re expected to send
representatives to extend greet-
ing; Goldman ar.i U .-.-.. c
trim continued support in
the current national membership
caar: scheduled 1 end ~
Dec-.
E Alberl P. ao .:
: kei sal* .- c >mmittee. has
ir.r esei vatk as
ted to 3 "":"
Drdei to
ties and i n
the Shi F nten
J ''' inkle, generi
meni i the
eni -.
acti

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t.. known m
East, succeeded 1
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'. ected i
- rnmg
. ring his

Mrs. Rubel Speaks
Mrs. Arthur Rubel. national
field director of Hadassah. was
uest speaker at the membership
rally held by the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach Business and Profes-
sional Women's Groups: at the
Atlantis Hotel Ball Room on Wed-
nesday evening. Mrs. Rubel
recently returned from an exten-
sive tour of the State of Israel.
Enlist In Air Corps
Elmer Oliphant. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant. 1769 N.W.
6th St.. and Eugene Heiman. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman.
423 East Rivo Alto Drive. Miami
Beach, recently enlisted in the
army air corps and are stationed
at Lackland Air Force ase. San
Antonio. Texas.
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Person Sought
Information is sought of Lydia
Margolin, who may be using the
name of Miano. on behalf of her
parents, with whom she has not
communicated since August 1.
1950. Born in New York City on
September 8. 1927. she .; five feet
three inches tall, weighs 125
pounds, has brown hair and blue-
green eyes and was in her sixth
grade in high school.
Anyone aware of her present
whereabouts is asked to contaat
the National Desertion Bureau.
105 Nassau St. New York Citv.
I > Film Added
To ADL Library
There Shall be Peace." new
35mm film strip produced by the
United Nations Department of
Public Information, has been
added to the Films for Democracy
library of the Florida regional
office. Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith. according to an
announcement by Gilbert J.
Balkin. Florida ADL director.
The new film strip is available
to organizations and groups in the
Greater Miami area and is par-
ticularly appropriate for showings
during United Nations Week ob-
servances this month, Balkin
stated.
Discussion commentary which
accompanies the film strip is also
available.
Bookings of the new film strip
mav be made bv contacting the
Florida Regional ADL office. 330
Seybold Building, phone 3-6306. ,
Birnbaum Named To
Program Direction Staff
Appointment of Joseph Birn-
baum. former theatre manager
and radio commentator, as as-
sociate director of the Yiddish
Classical Hour has been an-
nounced by Morris Nasatir, di-
rector.
The program is heard Tuesday
from 6 to 7:15 p.m. and Sunday
from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. over
station WINZ.
Card Party On Calendar
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew-
School and Congregation will
sponsor its first card party of the
season on Tuesday. October 24. at
12:30 p.m. in the Rumpus Roorm
of the building. 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Simon April. L. August. M. Blank
and E. Becker.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1950
ieligious Directory...
-Jewish flcrklian
PAGE SEVENTEEN
First Jewish Congregation of
oral Gables, 1816 Ponce d. Leon
Bird., Hbbi R^P0 De Koven.
oh'i'ii l><- Koven will officiate at
'',"., Friday at 8d5 p.m. He will
ik On "Anti-Semitism" followed
ni.en forum. Hebrew 8lMW dally
it. in tn 5:30 p.m. Sunday school
from \' ,n* .
, n-4,"i to 12 m>on.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
-~od. 1801 So.
Lauderdale.
kdale -
Undrews Are.. Ft.
Marius Ranson. rabbi.
rrloei Friday at 8 p.m. Dr. Ranson
LlVl nreach. Hebrew sessions .Saturday
an'.: religious school Sunday 9:45.
Horlhside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Aye.
1 53rd St.
ICantor Isaac S. Smith will offici-
al, it servlcea Friday evening.
North Dade Jewish Center
Conservative). 13630 W. Dixis
iiighway. North Miami.
iFriiiav evening services at 8:15.
fciur lay morning servlcea at 10.
Eiti Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi
, Horowitz.
Services SO p.m. Friday. Dally
nice* al "" B m. and 5:30 p.m.
_[ N W. Religious Congregation,
S81 N. W. 2nd St
Services
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
iseph Malek, cantor; Steve
Messier, organist. Palermo Are.
Lar Le Jeune.
(Friday Sabbath service at 8:15
(owed by open forum discussion at
. Ones Snabbat in the annex. Rabbi
op win answer questions dealing
1th phases fil Jewish life. Saturday
T|ce at 15 a m. with Bar Mltzvah
ft Stanley. >' :; '' Mr, and Mrs. Iuis
.uiii:. Kiddush will I "
Saturday morning at 1:00
nW
the
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
"odoxl. 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
each.
Kervfcefi Friday night at 5:S0; Satur-
(y :n i Mincna< at 6:30 p.m.
lowed i- shalos Seudos. Services
Eas] xdaj 8 .i m. and 6:00
TYoung i members in the area
Invlti 'i l att< nd.
.Herein israel Congregation of
|iami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
venue.
1d> evi sen Ices at 5:80 p.m.:
m All residents in that
,., ., ii ti ii to attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
|98 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A.
. ..-.it 5:3 >: Batur-
mornlns .it 9. Daily services al s
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
tU S?*!** Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Coldrina.
Friday evening service at 8 15
Rabbi Dehrman will speak on "vVe
aTTVI.e "Ltiri -JJ-tSrwtay \SornlK
Week.yThrorti:!n"fW,'n,e Eaw?" "" ^
Temple israei (Reform), 197
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabbath eve services at 8:15 pm
Dr. Narot will conduct the services and
n! K,.n ^""-day at 11 a.m.
the rabbi will continue his series
of sermons on "Jewish Religious
I ractlce, tracing the orlirln, develop-
ment ami present status of Jewish
customs and ceremonies. Religious
BCnoOl Sundays at :4j a m
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St
Miami Beach.
Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 1:16
">: Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Friday evening service 5:30 p.m
Saturday at 4 p.m. there will be a
story hour for children of the entire
community. Refreshments will be
served and Hebrew dances and sodkn
will be tauicht by .Miss Saundra rreed-
man and Zlva Perach and also Hobble
I-auer. Mlncha at 5:15 p.m. and Shalos
Seudos following.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Friday evening services at 6:80 p.m.
Saturday morning services at 8:30.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The
Father of a Nation." Mlncha at
5:18 p.m. followed by Shalos Suilos.
Junior Congregation on Saturday. 10
a.m. to noon: Sunday school "from
10 to noon. Daily school 1:30 to 6:30:
daily services 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 5:30.
Saturday morning at 8, The rabbi win
speak on "(nil Firm Resolution."
Mishna at 4:4.". p.m. followed bj Mlncha,
Slmlos Sudos anil Maariv services,
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew
school dally 3 30 to 6:30 p.m. Dally
services 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening sen Ices at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.
Mm. ha at 5:13 followed by Shalos
Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
on the Portion of the Week. Hebrew
school Moinlay through Thursday, :'.3:
Sunday, !?-12.
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
i. mPri''.'if i?,'U1"? ""enlng at 8:30
ii.? i? ..'' Atlant' Hotel Roof (larden
(at.l.l Mann will speak on "The
Legend and the Ufa of Abraham."
Congregation beta Ttilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
=i',r.L Saturday morning at 8:S0. The rabbi
will reach on the Portion of the Week
H*;1* ,h ,;a,,l'l will speak on 'Abra-
* i ean,d ,h,c ''efugees." Mlncha at
Mai.-.i' Wed, bv ShaloH eudos and
?5f seivlcs. Dally service 7:30
a.m.followed by class In Mishna.
R -eiAices at 5:30 followed on
Sunday.s Tuesdays and Thursday
bj class in Ijiws and Customs, and on
Mondays and Wednesdays bv class In
Jewish Legends of the Talmud.
Temple Beta Sboiom i Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave- Miami Beach
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15
united Nations Sabbath. Rabbi
Kronish will speak on "The Flag of
Humanity," and will dedicate the New
I nlted Nations Flag. Sabbath morning
service 10:45. Bar Mltzvah of Arthur
Pollac.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservalive). 2020 Polk St., I
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Friday evening services at 5:30. Late I
Friday services at 8:15. I'nlted Nations
Sabbath. Rabbi Honig will speak on
"United Nations In Retrospect." Sat-
urday morning services :30. Sunday
morning religious school 9:45. Sunday
evening, center holds open house for
youth of community starting at 7:30.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
Friday evening services at 5:30. Sat-
urday morning services 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Ever will speak on the Portion of the
Week. At I he will Instruct class in
Talmud. Mincha at 5 followed by
Shalos Seudos. Zmlras and com-
ments will follow. Maariv to follow.
Dally services at 8 a.m. followed by
class in Jewish Iwa and Customs.
Maariv follows. Registration for He-
brew kindergarten. Hebrew school and
Sunday school dally from 8 to 8.
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)-
Rabbi Esra Lifshits.
Services Saturdav 9 a.m. Rabbi
I.ifshitz will officiate. -
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter, SO N.W. 51st Place.
Friday evening services at 5.30.
Saturday and Sunday at X a.m. Mlncha
at 5:30, Maariv at 6:30 dally. Services
.Monday to Friday at 7:30 a.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Sabbath services at 8:30. Marvin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cram, and
Sam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
1.,-der, will became Bar Mltzvah.
First late Friday evening Service
scheduled for Nov. 3. Religious school
registration Sunday morning from 9:39
to 11. Sunday and Hebrew classes
have begun and parents are urged to
register their children at once.
North Shore Jewish Center
[(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive.
Normandy Isle, Rev. Philip Fried,
acting rabbi.
ate Friday evening services at 8:13.
The rabbi will speak on "Are We,
Worthy of a Blessing?" Oneg Shabbot
given by Mr. and Mrs. William Click.
Saturday morning service at 9:30 fol-
lowed by Junior Congregation at 11:15.
Religious school every Sunday at Ills-
cayne Elementary school; Hebrew
SChOOl meets there Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday afternoons.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i IN TIIK CIltrriT I'DI'KT OK THE
ELEVENTH JCHKIAI. CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
KMiKlbA. |.\ CHANCERY, No.
136086.
KKANK G. FREITAS, Plaintiff, vs.
AI-/.IRA A. KKK1TAS, l>efeiidant.
You. AUSIRA A. FREITAS, 37.7,
I.ille Avenue, San Landro, California.
are requiri'il tn serv*. a rojiy of your
Answer to tlu- BUI << complaint for
Divorce on plaintiffs attorney.
HAKoi.ii SHAPIRO. :<;- Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
I this Court on or before the IBth of
/November, l!.j0. otherwise a Decree
I Pro Confess,, will lie entered against
j you.
This Notice shall i- published once
, each w,ik tor four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridlan.
Dated October 16. m.'iO.
E. B. I.KATHKIt.MAN. Clerk.
ii 'ii CUit Court Seal)
By w.m. w. STOCKING,
I'.jiuty Clerk.
l" H>- 11/8-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned! desiring to enKage In
business under the fictitious name of
BEACH BL.UMBING CO. (not Inc.) .it
1020 5th Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intends t" register said name with t)i-
Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida,
MR. HARRY DENBITZ
Sole owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney tor Mr. Harry Denblts
10, -'"--'7 11,3-ln
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 16791.
RE: ESTATE OK
CORA HENSHAW
I le, eased.
NOTICE i.- hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition f"r
Final Discharge as administratrix "f
.the estate of Cora Henshaw, deceased;
and that on the 15th day of November,
IttuO, 1 will apply to the Honorable
W. F. Blanton, County Judge ol Dads
County, Florida, tor approval of said
final report and foi final discharge as
administratrix of Hie Estate of Cora
I lenshaw, deceased.
This 13th day ,,f October, I960.
ANNETTE HULL,
As Administratrix ol the Estate
of i '"i., I lenshaw. ,i, eased,
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attorneys tor Administratrix
1" 20-27 11 :!-l"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136012.
I.II.I.IK KRAMER, Plaintiff, vs.
JULIUS KRAMER, Defendant. /
SUIT FOR DIVORCE ___1
TO: JULIUS KRAMER, __j
113 West 34th Street.
Apartment No. 46 w,
New York, New York
YOU are hereby notified thai a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re
quired i< serve s cop) of your Answer
or Pleading to the phi of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney. Milton A.
Frteman, 1023 Seybold PuiUitng. Miami,
i Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
13 day of November, 1960. If you fall
to do -so, judgment by default will be
taken against you t"i" the relief de-
manded in the I'.i!I <>t Complaint.
DONE AM> ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this i- day of October, a.d.
1950.
E. B. I.KATHKIt.MAN, clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Uy \\.\l. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN,
iiil':i Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida _.'
Attorney for Plaintiff
1" 20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOWARD PRINTING at 13 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla Intends t,>
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
HOWARD BUSHINSKY
10 20-27 11 3-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Roy's Health Shoes at 7950 N. K. 2nd
Ave., Miami, intend to register said
name with the ct.ik of the Circuit,
Court of I lad,- County. Florida.
HARRY HI XI'.AI \l
DAVID F18HBEIN
(iw nei s
FREDERICK s. QROS8BERG 'MSi
Attorney for applicants
Tut Blscayne Pldg.
10/20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CIVIC REALTY at 74S Seybold Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County,, Florida
ALBERT M CHISLING
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
10/20-27 11/3-10


PAGE EIGHTEEN
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER
22,
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All Types Herrings
Beth Shalom Women To Produce
The Man Who lame To Winner"
ficiary <-f the proceeds of the
play Sevmour Weiss, Miami
Beach fruit shipper, will also be
The Man Who Came to Din-
ner" the successful Broadway
comedy by Moss Hart and George
S k lufman. will be presented by
Temple Beth Sholoin-s Sisterhood
n Monday, November 6. at *
pm. in the new Mianu I
Auditorium, according to an an-
nouncement .y Mrs. Alexand*
Bobbins, president.
Paul Greene, Miami Beach in-
I)e,n ii -------r.------
featured. Others in the cast in-
clude Lester Korshak, Harold
Vinson, Larry Kimmel. Bob
Brenner. Gladys Glickman, Lil-
lian Levine, Rosalind Salomon
and Belle Goldstrich.
While the east is amateur, it is
being directed by Lillian Fox,
professional dramatic coach, who
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K n'.whohal^n a ,- -d presents the. Pied P.p.,-
al actress, will plaj op-
posite him. Eugene tfuhsh and
Gwennyth Wagner, students at
the Universitj ol Miami, will also
have feature roles. Eugene and
Gwennyth have both been stu-
dents of Beth Sholom's Religious
School, which will be the bene-
Players on a local radio station.
Mrs. Louis Stoff is drama chair-
man. Assisting her with the pro-
duction is Mrs. Bertram Waller,
who is in charge of properties,
Mrs. Harry Leslie. Mrs. Stoff's
daughter, is assisting her mother
with production, as well.
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Products, under the supervision of
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with the finest and freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashmth supervision.
Under U. S. Government Supervision
ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1
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through the use of
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llail.iss.ili 4-roup
To Sponsor Tea
Herzl Group of Hadassah will
hold its first Ones Shabbat mem-
bership tea on Saturday. Ocl
'1 at 1:30 p.m, in the Sapphire
Room f the Belmar Hotel.
Mrs, Arthur Rubel. Hadassah
field director, will be guest -
er. She has ju>t returned from an
extensive tour of Israel.
A membership induction will
he narrated by Mrs. Louis E.
Goldman, president. Mrs. C. H.
Olcn is the chairman ol the event.
Assi er are Mrs. Arnold
Slider, program chairman, and
Mrs Carl Wi inkle, I t member-
ship cl
The musical | tion of the pro-
gram will include the Mesdames
Louis Goldman. Harry G
Nathan Kaplan. Louis Mendelow,
Harrv Mini r. Murray Maurer,
. m y, Bi n Nadli i nd
Oscar Sindell, directed by Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein. Mrs. Morris
Honigbaum and Mrs. Anna White
: chai g( of refreshments.
Removal Of Offices
J. A. Rayvis Company. Inc.. in-
vestmi urities, has an-
nounced the removal of its offices
to larger quarters. The new ad-
dress ie 613-16 Langford Building.
The company has direct tele-
tvpe service to New York and
offers its facilities for handling
all stocks and bonds traded on
the New York Stock Exchange,
as well as over-the-counter se-
Judaea Group Formed
A new Young Judaea club has
been organized at Beth David
Congregation, according to Cantor
Samuel Kclemer, chairman of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Commission.
Next meeting of the group will
be held Monday, October 23. at,
7 p.m. at Beth David. Leonard I
Schwartz, leader of the group,
invites any boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 10 to 14 to
attend the meeting.
Slioloin .Men To
Install Loaders
Over 300 reservations have al-
ready been made for the Temple
Beth Sholom Men's Club installa-
tion dinner-dance to be held at
the Saxony Hotel on Sunday.
October 22, at 7 p.m., according
to Emanuel Goldstrich, chairman.
Heading the list of officers to
be installed at the affair is Frank
Kamen, who was recently re-
elected president of the organiza-
tion. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
serve as installing officer.
Goldstrich has announced that
top night club acts will provide
entertainment.
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4 t-iiif'r To Mark
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Next general membership meet-
ing of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Ci nt' is scheduled for
Thursday. Octobei 26, at 8 p.m.,
nn luncement by
Max R. Silvi r, president. The
meeting will United
Nation W< i
Guest spi will be Co!
Frank Dunb man of
ted Nati ns Assoc ii
G .it' r Mil C i!
topic will "Un
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ta: v
mai : "W
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Kadimali 4 lull
Si'aSs I ,'alrs
Mrs. Li G nsl lied
! as presii ah Club
of Piom I a luncheon
I TUeS thl She!:..': IH- Hotel.
Othi thi gri lup
si ited during the ceremonies
1 Sand rirsl vice
M M edler,
second \ lent; Mrs. Irving
tary; Mrs.
esp inding
tarj Mi I.' >n Schi nd
Mrs. J. hn Rudnii
Mrs. Louis Silv< r, finani ial secre-
. and Mrs. Morris Kl
urer.
Peerce Concert
Set For Jan. 21
Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera
tenor, will give a concert at the ;
Miami Beach Municipal Audi-
torium Sunday night. January 21,
under the auspices of the North :
Shore Jewish Center. Peerce will |
be accompanied by Werner Bass.
All proceeds for the concert will
go into the building fund of the
North Shore Jewish Center which
recently bought lots at 74th St.!
and Dickens Ave. for construction
of a new building
Jerry Sussman is chairman of
the concert committee. Working
with him are Dan Harrison,
tickets; Lester Lasky, souvenir
program: Leo Steinnian, adver-
tising and publicity.
Auxiliary Open*
.Members Drive
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary N
199 of the Fn ioi I I rai
i an Intensive nu n be -
ign which will cul-
minate in a mammoth afiai
I the Miami Beach Y on November
18.
Mrs. David Zangwill will head
the campaign. She will be assisted
by the Mesdames M. Bernard
Bnist. Theodore Rosebaum, H.
Jacoby, Ai:e Kahn, Herman Ed-
wards, Sam Gordon. Hyman
Babich, Robert Jacobson and Si
bson.
During the campaign all brides
will be given a tree membership
card for one year, Mrs. Zangwill
revealed. Each member bringing
in three or more new members
will receive a prize and the mem-
i" with the largest number of
new members to her credit will
iven .' grand prize.
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)AY. OCTOBER 20, 1950
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jmisti Fhridirtr
..nTlCE BY PUBLICATION
^CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
S.M.-NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
\';,,. |,\ IN AM- FOR HALF
SJtV. IN CHANCERY, No.
IpIVI.V, IMaintlff, vs.
\iivv IVIN. Defendant.
\ IVIN,
Jugoslavia.
tie a copy of
I ol Complaint
the plaintiffs attorney,
: ,1 answer in the
ol the Circuit Court
!H da; ,.f November,
the Bill "f ".,ni-
i. Iieretofol e filed
an .....ifessed b)
i mi Florida, nils the
L, '. r, i
f- i- H. LEATHERMAN,
i,l the Circuit Court,
. Florida.
, -...li
U, \\.\l W. STOCKING,
deputy Clerk,
L,v A FRIEDMAN,
i ntlff
E Ml....... Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE NINETEEN
NOTICE UNDER Fic^r7floTs~
NOTICE I^EReWgiveN L
>' undersigned, desiring i 0. ,. .',',
IS'SHl-olP
; AN,Rll^ffi,?^clDrl;RANT
B-AaERaulD,EOTEL AND EVE-
'EKVlWINB
SUS^Stwart 'SSffSa
.-:;;;rm.Kxs:,:AT,:s,;,:v,:l:A,;,,
HERBERT II. HUTNER
^u^tSS' '"' H"NTHERN STATES
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
....... NAME LAW
Mill, e is HEREBY GIVEN that
'; "i.lerw|B11..,i. desiring to engage in
iiB&tSv"!S?L!h? fictitious nan.....r
:,,I1-1',' ,' v BAR at 1492 N.W.
..im street, intends to register said
'.;'"';, with the Clerk r K ClrS.lt
""" "f '' County, Florida.
i haws inc
VERS. AkWn^N^'WLaN
^'^V-^. applicant
LEGAL NOTICE
, of '1
l, Florl
,;i> iRiiK PETER WELLS
undl\ Idi 'l one- half Interest.
: ik K BERNSTEIN
undh Ided one-half Interest,
st' ix i:
L,.y f,,|- i;. -. Peter Wells
I -:.-in
Building
:
_______________
flDElT OF PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
VRXTH JUDICIAL CIRrUIT
4X11 FOR I'AI'K COUNTY,
iRIDA IN CHANCERY, No.
jp tt'ERTHMAN, .IR.. Plaintiff,
[MARGARET R. WERTHMAN,
andsnt
feARiiARKT It. \\ ERTHMAN,
p.nn. Street
lli.in I'ini North Carolina
[are hereli; notified that a Mill
[ has been filed
t i you are hereby re-
I a i 'i>\ < _.. Bin n( Complaint on the
ft'* .it*..i \ and fil>' thf original
fflce of the Clerk of
nr before Novem-
-. ih<- allegati,,iis
taken as confessed
, .f (Ictober, 1950,
K. B LEATHERMAN,
of the Circuit Court,
k irt Seal)
Bj IV M. \V. KTOCKINa,
Deputy Clerk.
|-Ki. i.i i.!:!,
f IMaintlff
I ini- ii Bank isidg.
Florida
iv -PiPc-flS,? BY PUBLICATION
IN I III-: CIRCUIT COURT OF Till.'
EJ-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCuIt
r^lLORKDclDANCERYNT^:
TO: CATHRINE M. BUTLER
19 Edge Bi.....i i:,,:,,i
West Roxbury, Massachusi
*"! ARE REQUIRED .., serve a
copy of your answer to the Kin ,,r
, "'-""m"""" lh? Plaintiffs attorney*
.in I rile the original answer in the
Office ol the Clerk ..r the Circuit
Court on or before the 1st day of
November, 950, In the above entitled
cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree
Pro i onfesso will be entered against
1930ATBD "''S Mth ''Hy "f s''|lU'mb01"-
m !:. K. LEATHERMAN,
....., Clerk or the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. ii. RICE, .lit..
GENET ft GENET "*","V 'M"k
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for IMaintlff
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
JCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
d, desiring to engage In
i tindi r the fictitious name of
at 5779 8.W. 8th
I intends to register said name
P '":' the Circuit Court of
Florida.
WHEELER I,. IIA.MIl,
- sol, Owner
KtEGER
' iipllcant
Jcoln Road
E
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name "f
LINCOLN MAM Hi KOSHER REST-
AURANT at No. 2 Lincoln Road,
Mi.inn Beach, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk or the Circuit
Coun of Dade County, Florida,
MACLOU I "I IRPl IRATION
No. 2 Lincoln Road
BERICK & SHAPIRO
Att..in, >s for applicant
420 Lincoln Road
9/2:1 l" S-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai
till- undersigned, desiring to engage1 In
business under the flctltiou nai......f
Q1RAL.UA BOOKSTORE at 139 Giralda
Ave., Coral Gables, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
th.- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM T. REICH
Sole owner
HAROLD TANNEN
Attorney for applicant
in":. Can American Bldg.
10/6-13-20-27
IN Ti^ou. mm PUBLICATION
I-. /,,. !M '"OURT OP THE
; -';\ l-yni JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I- 11!-'-,.,'""A. !> AM, FOR DADE
1339,?J V IN CHANCERY, No.
ElMVi'5i ",VAI,\V PWtlff, vs.
i'l'ii 'VMAX- """"Inn.
>' i p i-11 ; i iivi nil -ii-
",' IMNIELJ. HYMAN,
l: Unknown
,, ''." ;"','......'" not fii ,i that a Bill
" -" you, and you are required
', copy ,,r your Answer or
lalntlfra Attorney, Alton A
''';'1". >'M-.l,l Bu.....ng, ML
ami, Florida, and rile the original
Aiiswei or f'leading in the office of
in* Iwk o the Circuit Court on or
before the 9 daj of November, 1950.
r.,.i m' '" BO' J"dnent by de-
fault will be lake, against you for the
rrtW demanded In the Bill or c.-
I>NE AND ORDERED al Miami.
I.,1:;1,"1'1' this a daj of October, ah.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Lu7.Dade County. Florida.
By WM. W. STOCKING,
MILTON A. PRIEDMANPU,y '''^
ttdIalW' lm 8ey'.....lBM*'
Attorney for Plaintiff
10 I 1-20-27 II.:;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.~. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged In business
',"'!".',-.Ul- fictitious name or OP A
.'"'ISA GATEWAY INN, located at
-.'; Opa Locka Blvd., Opa Locka,
Dade i ounty, Florida, ami Intends to
register the Bald fictitious name In
the office of the Clerk -.f the Circuit
< ourt or i lade < 'ounty, Florida
I0.w.20.2ROBERT U HAMILTON
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....I
KARL1N CLEANERS al 105 15th
-i.'.i. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade Coumv,
Florida,
MAX GELBARD
,, ... ANNA GELBARD
MAX P.. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Seybold Bldg.
Miami ::j, Florida
10/13-20-27 11 ::
|TICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
, NAME LAW
1 is HEREBY GIVEN that
. desiring io engage In
I : the fii tltlous name or
f ,'<>, ^ii Miami, Dade
[ intend to register
1 the ci,.,k or the
county. Florida.
ARNOLD SELTZER
Ml K FIXKELSTEIN
' IS
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
I,.,. NAME LAW
Er, T ",:l:|:''v GIVEN that
Hiring to engage in
t'^'r 1,1" rhtltk.ua name of
r ulri '"' sJreet, intend to
L1 ',""'< "ii the Clerk or
f-t't I in r Dade County,
J'W',",'" SJRLTZKB
TER FELTMAN
g^Bf KAPLAN
iplicanta
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tlit: fictitious name of
LINCOLN MANOR KOSHER CATER-
ERS at No. 2 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, intends to register said name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
l i.ide Count v. Florida.
MACLOU CORPORATION
No. j Lincoln Road
BERICK & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for applicant
L'" Lincoln Load
9/29 io/6-i::-jn
l'CE ^fl,DR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
RY GIVEN that
- to engage In
|| fictitious name of
Kriasj'sa
pUida.C,rCUl'
.WkNr5NT*
Mils
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LINCOLN MANOR RESTAURANT at
No. L' Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MACLOU CORPORATION
No. 2 Lincoln Road
BERICK A SHAPIRO
Attorneys for applicant
IL-" Lincoln Road
9 29 1" 6-13-2 i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ,,f
ROYAL SUPER VALUE MARKET, at
3531 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Dade
County. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court or Dade i 'ount>. Floi Ida
JOSEPH ROTTENBERG
MAX R, SILVER
Attorney for Joseph Kottenbere
922 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
1" 13-20-27 ll/:i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
n?.S??i,S!Ml?; the fictitious name or
CBNTLRJ HOTEL at 140 Ocean
niiw-, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
er said name with the Clerk
of the ii cult Court ol Dade County,
l' lorlda,
SAM COHEN anl
ANNA COHEN,
it w ,,,!'''"'' partn< rs
A I AN KING and
MANFRED .1. BERLINER,
Attorneys t,.: .sun Cohen and
' 'oil* II
10 13-20 27 |] ::
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
lo engag! In
"^"V,. Jmi' ']- : .....- name of
U Mi iM.i.i, HOUSE at i;t :
.vv. mn Street, iniend to reglsti
''..... jl i the Clerk of the <
1 "" ol l> ,. Florida
EDNA S. SWARTZ
JO-271n,)ILE A" VALBNTOVIC
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I it
the undersigned.....slrlnn |
MARiul "i"'; ,he "-tltious name of
MARDIDOR APARTMENTS at 1350
fLh'Z '?."." ,A.V<"" M,aml B' o h.
later sal :
......r the Cln :
of Dade Count} Fl
\V,''>;!:.V EDELSTEIN"ai I
ttH?^ KDELSTEIN
A,t,.,,;.., fpr > .i...... i:,i, : .
Rebc Ivlelsteln, hi wife
... J^PT1 ?,7 BY publication
IN I III. CIRI'UIT COURT OF THE
MTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Wi'.
ol: DADE COUNTY, l-I.< .1:11 ..v -
IN CHANCERY, No. 135900
JANET NABER, Plaintiff, vs
STANLEY NABER, Defendant.
You, STANLEY NABER, HIT -Hill,
Street, I i.....i City, New Jerae] are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the ii.ii of Complaint for
divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and
lie the original In the office of the
< lerk or this Court on or before
November 8, 1950, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
Dated October 9, pen
i:.. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
'I In uit Conn s. al)
By K. H. RICE, JR.,
HAROLD SHAPIRO '"'"ul> C,erk-
I'lalnlitt s Attornei
927 Lincoln I; ,ad
Miami Beach, Florida
10/13-20-27 11/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busm.ss under the fictitious name of
THE JEWEL SALES CO. at 4L' North
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name unh the Clerk
of the Circuit Com; ,,r n.,,|e Coumv,
r lorlda.
THE JEWEL SHOP, INC.
BEN ESSEN, ESQ
Aitotni". for
THE JEW EL Sllop, IX,-.
9 -'......1-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., ... NAME LAW
NOI ICE IS HEREin Ql\ I
1
L< MAR SER\ CE HI
kllami, Florida, Intend to
- Id ni...... with tl
ol I ., :. I .
BONITA BAER
': interest
MARJ< HtlK PEPPERC RN
m Interest
KASS, FULLER ,v CULBREATH
I. -....:: .-. d Building
Miami. Floi
10 13-20-27 11 ::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai:
; >'-; aigni d, .._-,. m
; uini, r the fictitious n i
THE CLIQUE BAR AND PACK
MORE at 1232 Coral Way, Miam
intends to reglsti Id nun),'
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
I id. i ouiitv Floi Ids
AI.TA FELDSTEIN
Sol.- owner .
SAMUEL .1. RAND
foi A it.i Feldsteln
1007 Hj mid.i Building
Florida
:i-:'7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious mime of
PEARCE NU-ROOP COATING CO at
4337 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
MURRAY PEARCE
BEN ESSEN, ESQ .
Attorney for MURRAY PEARCE
: 29 i" S-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business und.-r the fictitious name of
Florida Physicians Supply at 2393 8.W.
22nd Street. Miami. Intend i" register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
ALEX and BEN GROSSMAN
Co-partnera
9/29 1" 6-13-20
fICE
In:
.
n.
|Na\?eERlaFw:V,TIOUS
nUiW,* alVEN thai
to engage In
'fictitious name or
an Beach, Dade
Intend to register
'"/"k or the circuit
,,'''"".>. Florida.
Owners
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Cancellation Shoe Salon at 316 list
Street. Miami Beach, Fla., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BERNARD SCHNEIDER
Sol,. Owner
COURSHON .v COURSHON
233 Lincoln Road
Miami Beacff, Fla.
Attorneys for Applicant
9/29 10/6-13-20____________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKKKY CIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name of
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, HAM-:
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 23341.
RE: ESTATE I IP
SARAH SCHWARTZSINITSKY also
known as SARAH SCHWARTZ
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given thai l have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as administrator or
the estat. of Sarah Schwartz Sinitsky
also known as Sarah Schwartz, de-
ceased; and that on the Mh day of
November, 1950, I "ill apply to the
Honorable W. P. I'.lanton. County
.Indue of Had, County, Florida, for
approval of Bald final report and for
final discharge as administrator of the
Estate of Sarah Schwartz Sinitsky
also known as Sarah Schwartz. De-
. ased.
This 3rd day of October, l!o".
B CHARLES SINITSKY
NATHANSON, OKA .\ SPAET
330 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Bj HAROU) B. SPAET
Attorneys for Charles Sinitsky,
administrator
10/6 I 20-2
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 23088,
RE: ESTATE IF
SARAH BRAUNSTE1N,
NOTICE la hereby given that I
have riled my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administrator
of the estate of SARAH BRAUN-
STEIN, deceased: and that on the ^7
day of October, 1950, will applv to
the Honorable W. P. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, Florida,
for approval of said final report and
for final discharge ns Admin:-' ttor
<.r the Estate of SARAH BRAUN-
STEIN, I.....ased.
This 27th if September, I930
MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator
: 29 l" 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Robei' s Mi n's Shop at 1357 u
ton Ave., Miami Beach, Intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Ircult Court of Hade County.
Florid i,
ROBERT OREENBERG
Sole Owner
EDWARD s. KLEIN
Vtti rney for am,Meant
605 Lincoln Road
l.....13-2 1-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the Fictitious name of
Pittsburgh Movers al 69! N. W, 60th
Street, Miami, Fla., intends t,, r<
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of bade County, Florida.
FAIL BERLIN
Sol,- i iwner
M 6-13-20-27
OUSllieSS lllUlcl Ille I Id n km,.-, e.woc <
Apex Printing Service al 29 N. E. 14th
i '. Mia mi. Floi Ida, iniend to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida.
HERBERT ESSEN and
ROSE ESSEN,
Owners
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant*
Congress Building
I 29 i" 6-13-20
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
* N. C. Snd ST. MIAMI St. PL.A.
'****'fc^Of>
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
IITI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No. 135731.
Francis John SWOCHAK, Plain-
tiff, vs. FERN SWOCHAK, De-
fendant.
TO: FERN SWOCHAK
Residence Unknown
You are herebj notified thai a Bill
,.f Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you ar,- hereby
i .1 to set \ e a c..|,\ of your
answer to the Hill or Complaint on
plaintiff's attorney, and rile the
original Answer in the office of t he
clerk or the circuit Court, on or
before the 2 day of November, l!>:, otherwise, the allegations or said Fall
will he taken as confed against
you.
I Mtcd this 2 day of October, 1950,
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk or Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By H. H RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE -I. TALIA.NOFK
Attorney frtr Plaintiff
4L' Miami Reach, Florida
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens
business under the fictitious name of
Wend}' .lan.es Co. at 57 N.E. 1st HI i
intend to register said name with the
ci.rk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Floi d
HAR< >LD MELTZER
H ALTER FELTMAN
Owners
MYERS, HEIMAN .V KAPLAN
Attorneys for applicants
10 6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Till-;
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, No >|
LAURA COOKLISH, Plaintiff, VS
PRANCES .1. Ci iOKLISH,
1 iffcndant.
YOU, PRANCES J. COOKLISH.
Delivery, Boroi II ill,
Brooklyn, New York, are hereby noti-
fied that a BUI of Complaint for
Dlvorci has been t iled at i n -t you
and you are required to serve a eopj
or your Answei or Pleading to the
Uitl or Complaint on the plaintiff's
attorney, THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ,
922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida.
and file il......'iglnal Answer or Plead-
ing in the office or the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of i ictober, 1930. If you fall
so. judgment by default will be taken
you foi the relief demanded
in the BUI ,.r Complaint.
HONK AND 'RDERED al M
Pip Ida, this 26th day of September.
1950.
'' R LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
rt, Dade County, Florida
(Cn nt Court .-..i.i
By M. c. FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk.
THEODORE J, SAK( IWITZ
v y for Plaintiff,
i-L'j Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
9 :. 10 s-13-20
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN i'1 d'N'TV JUDGE s COURT, I 'Al HJ
Col "NT V. I'M dill'A.No. 23580.
RE: ESTATE I >F
EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN,
I i- l.
Ni' I'll 'i: i hen by given thai I hai
filed mj final report and petition for
I- 'in ill': Ancillary Ad
trator (I.T.A. ol the .- iti of El 'ITH
WILLETT SURKEIN, deceased; and
that on the 7th day of November,
1930, apply i" th. Hono ib
W. P. BLANti iN, Coui tj Ju Ige
l Ida, for approval of
1 final ri l and for final dls-
'ii t _,. a Anclll irj Adm ilsl itor
C r A. of th. IM .-. of EDITH
WILLETT SURKEIN,
This 2 'th daj of September,
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
10 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT t'l >t"RT c ip THE
I1TH JUD1CI M. CRl 'UIT IN AND
FOR HADE C' lUXTY, FLORIDA.-
IN CIIAN'i 'ERY, No. 1.15959,
JESSIE A. ash. Plaintiff, vs.
FR VNKLIN M \ s 11. I', rendant.
Ti I: FRANKLIN M, ASH
JIM I'AI.V ROAD
TAYLOB CENTER, MICHIGAN
YOB are required to serve a copy of
your answer the Rill of Comi
for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney
and to file the original answer in the
Of til" ClelU of the ClrCUlt
Court on or before the 18th day of
November, A.D. 1950: otherwise, the
BUI of Complaint for Divorce heve-
i ed herein will be taken as
confessed 1\ yOU.
DATED al Miami, Florida, on this
10 day of October, itfio,
E. Ii. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of i 'Ircull Court
I > id. i 'ounty Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor,
NORMAN It. LYONS
ni4 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida.
10/13-20-27 11/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT CI lURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND F >R DADE
'' IUNTV, IN' CHANCERY, N .,
135717,
JUI'lTII GROVER, Plaintiff, vs.
HERBERT QRoVER, Defi ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HERBERT QRi iVER
fii Jerome Avenue
Bronx, Ni W V"ik
You are herehj i itified that a r.ill
' i beet
filed against you, ami you are re-
quii ed to serve a eo] T j i
or Plea I ng : : ii l :ill bl Co
on the Plaintiff's Attorneys, I ALLOT
SILVER, I A I'll AM ,v \\ VYNB, 1214
8 Bldg., Miami. F
Ii:" th" ii :. ni I Answer ,,. I'l, id ng
In the offl of the CU rk
Court on or i fore the 1st day
, :' Now 'ni,.', 195 I If sou fall to do
bo, j idg default will be takei
against vi i for the relief demanded
In Hi- r.ill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for lour consecutlv)
In Th,- Ji Isll Floi idi mi.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
1 liav of Si 'tl
A.D.
R. l: LEATHERMAN, i" (k,
loui t, l lade i 'ount; Fl u Ida
(Circuit Com I Si n 11
By WM. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
PALLOT, SILVER,
TATHAM .V WAYNE
lL'it Congress iiuiiding
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/6-13-20-27


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PAGE EIGHTEEN *Jeis*ncridiair FRIDAY, O CTOBER 22, -METROSnioked Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS Nova Srotia Salmon All Types Herrings Beth Shalom Women To Produce The Man Who lame To Winner" ficiary <-f the proceeds of the play Sevmour Weiss, Miami Beach fruit shipper, will also be •The Man Who Came to Dinner" the successful Broadway comedy by Moss Hart and George S K lufman. will be presented by Temple Beth Sholoin-s Sisterhood „n Monday, November 6. at % %  pm in the new Mianu I Auditorium, according to an announcement .y Mrs. Alexand* Bobbins, president. Paul Greene, Miami Beach inI)e,n ii ,• %  r. featured. Others in the cast include Lester Korshak, Harold Vinson, Larry Kimmel. Bob Brenner. Gladys Glickman, Lillian Levine, Rosalind Salomon and Belle Goldstrich. While the east is amateur, it is being directed by Lillian Fox, professional dramatic coach, who Dial 58-5:100 MIAMI BEAC,H 18 OCEAN DRIVE Miami tscacn mpi ,/ %  >%  %  -,v,i take the lead, operates her own dramatic acaK n'.whohal^n a „,. -d presents the. Pied P.p.,„al actress, will plaj opposite him. Eugene tfuhsh and Gwennyth Wagner, students at the Universitj ol Miami, will also have feature roles. Eugene and Gwennyth have both been students of Beth Sholom's Religious School, which will be the benePlayers on a local radio station. Mrs. Louis Stoff is drama chairman. Assisting her with the production is Mrs. Bertram Waller, who is in charge of properties, Mrs. Harry Leslie. Mrs. Stoff's daughter, is assisting her mother with production, as well. Kosher Kii| N | <'hi.keii8 TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG Q]j WHOLESALE & RETAll T HURS.AJ 9-7981 WEDS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 1340 S.W. 8th St AS IOW AS 4% INTEIEST MORTGAGE HENRY LOANS [77,,-Amtr.o,, limit tvild" 9-3435 LINDA BRANDS, Inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem GedaV.a Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashmth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, Inc. 10 S.E. 5th St., Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION through the use of KYLOH TENTS A -ylon Un. ompl.l.ly "'^ '^"'7 Th ,".. building in which o d.odly go. .. r.l.owd Th, n.w matted COB your cot ifl '/l mm /mt rDV 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOW DRY WOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN, r JSL TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO HONDA'S IAHGEST EXTERMINATING CO. llail.iss.ili 4-roup To Sponsor Tea Herzl Group of Hadassah will hold its first Ones Shabbat membership tea on Saturday. Ocl %  '1 at 1:30 p.m, in the Sapphire Room f the Belmar Hotel. Mrs, Arthur Rubel. Hadassah field director, will be guest -•• er. She has ju>t returned from an extensive tour of Israel. A membership induction will he narrated by Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, president. Mrs. C. H. Olcn is the chairman ol the event. Assi er are Mrs. Arnold Slider, program chairman, and Mrs Carl Wi inkle, I t membership cl The musical | tion of the program will include the Mesdames Louis Goldman. Harry G Nathan Kaplan. Louis Mendelow, Harrv Mini r. Murray Maurer, M y, Bi n Nadli i nd Oscar Sindell, directed by Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. Mrs. Morris Honigbaum and Mrs. Anna White : c hai g( of refreshme nts. Removal Of Offices J. A. Rayvis Company. Inc.. investmi %  urities, has announced the removal of its offices to larger quarters. The new address ie 613-16 Langford Building. The company has direct teletvpe service to New York and offers its facilities for handling all stocks and bonds traded on the New York Stock Exchange, as well as over-the-counter seJudaea Group Formed A new Young Judaea club has been organized at Beth David Congregation, according to Cantor Samuel Kclemer, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Next meeting of the group will be held Monday, October 23. at, 7 p.m. at Beth David. Leonard I Schwartz, leader of the group, invites any boys and girls between the ages of 10 to 14 to attend the meeti ng. Slioloin .Men To Install Loaders Over 300 reservations have already been made for the Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club installation dinner-dance to be held at the Saxony Hotel on Sunday. October 22, at 7 p.m., according to Emanuel Goldstrich, chairman. Heading the list of officers to be installed at the affair is Frank Kamen, who was recently reelected president of the organization. Rabbi Leon Kronish will serve as installing officer. Goldstrich has announced that top night club acts will provide entertainment. DEPENDABLE DOMES*?! HELP RELIABLE DM WORKERS S5.00 M EMPLOYMENT Sad Phonti 9-5317 Mm | 61 N. E. 5th |, m AL MEIDENBERQ, 0... JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE f CHEE3E SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Builders of Memorials for the Jewish Trade curities. 4 t-iiif'r To Mark UN WeekHet.2* Next general membership meeting of the Miami Jewish Community Ci nt' is scheduled for Thursday. Octobei 26, at 8 p.m., nn luncement by Max R. Silvi r, president. The meeting will United Nation W< i Guest spi will be Co! Frank Dunb man of ted Nati ns Assoc ii G .it' r Mil C i topic will "Un K H ilita: v • mai : "W ', | c. uth." Kadimali 4 lull Si'aSs I ,'a lrs Mrs. Li G nsl lied as presii ah Club of Piom I a luncheon I TUeS •• thl She!:..': IHHotel. Othi thi gri lup si ited during the ceremonies 1 Sand rirsl vice %  • M M edler, second \ lent; Mrs. Irving tary; Mrs. • esp inding tarj Mi I.' >n Schi nd Mrs. J. hn Rudnii Mrs. Louis Silv< r, finani ial secre. and Mrs. Morris Kl urer. Peerce Concert Set For Jan. 21 Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera tenor, will give a concert at the ; Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium Sunday night. January 21, under the auspices of the North : Shore Jewish Center. Peerce will | be accompanied by Werner Bass. All proceeds for the concert will go into the building fund of the North Shore Jewish Center which recently bought lots at 74th St.! and Dickens Ave. for construction of a new building Jerry Sussman is chairman of the concert committee. Working with him are Dan Harrison, tickets; Lester Lasky, souvenir program: Leo Steinnian, advertising and publicity. Auxiliary Open* .Members Drive Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary N 199 of the Fn ioi I I rai %  i an Intensive nu n be ign which will culminate in a mammoth afiai I the Miami Beach Y on November 18. Mrs. David Zangwill will head the campaign. She will be assisted by the Mesdames M. Bernard Bnist. Theodore Rosebaum, H. Jacoby, Ai:e Kahn, Herman Edwards, Sam Gordon. Hyman Babich, Robert Jacobson and Si bson. During the campaign all brides will be given a tree membership card for one year, Mrs. Zangwill revealed. Each member bringing in three or more new members will receive a prize and the memi" with the largest number of new members to her credit will iven .' grand prize. Look For SeTSwf Building T MONUMENT Co Open Sundays GRADE "A" PRODUCTS SERVING GREATER MIAMI JMILKC REAM • ICE CREAM) MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 I M NASAT.R.P"*" YIDDISH CLASSIC* EVERY S V %  J CLASSICAL-LIT ^ HABOLO SHV


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1950 ieligious Directory... -Jewish flcrklian PAGE SEVENTEEN First Jewish Congregation of oral Gables, 1816 Ponce d. Leon Bird., H bbi R^P 0 De Koven. oh'i'ii l>on. Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-~od. 1801 So. Lauderdale. kdale Undrews Are.. Ft. Marius Ranson. rabbi. •rrloei Friday at 8 p.m. Dr. Ranson LlVl nreach. Hebrew sessions .Saturday an'.: religious school Sunday 9:45. Horlhside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Aye. 1 53rd St. ICantor Isaac S. Smith will official, it servlcea Friday evening. North Dade Jewish Center Conservative). 13630 W. Dixis iiighway. North Miami. iFriiiav evening services at 8:15. fciur lay morning servlcea at 10. Eiti Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Horowitz. Services • SO p.m. Friday. Dally nice* al • "" B m. and 5:30 p.m. _[ N W. Religious Congregation, %  S81 N. W. 2nd St %  Services %  Coral Gabies Jewish Center Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; iseph Malek, cantor; Steve Messier, organist. Palermo Are. Lar Le Jeune. (Friday Sabbath service at 8:15 (owed by open forum discussion at Ones Snabbat in the annex. Rabbi op win answer questions dealing 1th phases fil Jewish life. Saturday T | c e at 15 a m. with Bar Mltzvah ft Stanley. >' :; %  Mr, and Mrs. Iuis %  .UIII:. Kiddush will I Saturday morning at 1:00 nW the %  Congregation xoung Israel (Or"odoxl. 4001 Chase Ave., Miami each. Kervfcefi Friday night at 5:S0; Satur(y :n i • Mincna< at 6:30 p.m. lowed ishalos Seudos. Services Eas] xdaj 8 .i m. and 6:00 TYoung i members in the area Invlti 'i l att< nd. .Herein israel Congregation of |iami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th venue. 1d> evi sen Ices at 5:80 p.m.: m All residents in that ,., .,•• ii ti ii to attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) |98 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A. .: Baturmornlns .it 9. Daily services al s Miami Beach Jewish CommuntU S?*!** < Co ^tive). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Coldrina. Friday evening service at 8 15 Rabbi Dehrman will speak on "vVe aTTVI.e "Ltiri -JJ-tSrwtay \SornlK Week.y Th rorti:!n"„f W ,'n e Eaw?" "" ^ Temple israei (Reform), 197 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. Sabbath eve services at 8:15 pm Dr. Narot will conduct the services and n! K,. n ^""-day at 11 a.m. the rabbi will continue his series of sermons on "Jewish Religious I ractlce, tracing the orlirln, development ami present status of Jewish customs and ceremonies. Religious BCnoOl Sundays at :4j a m Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St„ Miami Beach. Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 1:16 £•">•: Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Friday evening service 5:30 p.m Saturday at 4 p.m. there will be a story hour for children of the entire community. Refreshments will be served and Hebrew dances and SODKN will be tauicht by .Miss Saundra rreedman and Zlva Perach and also Hobble I-auer. Mlncha at 5:15 p.m. and Shalos Seudos following. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Friday evening services at 6:80 p.m. Saturday morning services at 8:30. Rabbi Grauer will preach on "The Father of a Nation." Mlncha at 5:18 p.m. followed by Shalos Suilos. Junior Congregation on Saturday. 10 a.m. to noon: Sunday school "from 10 to noon. Daily school 1:30 to 6:30: daily services 8 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning at 8, The rabbi win speak on "(nil Firm Resolution." Mishna at 4:4.". p.m. followed bj Mlncha, Slmlos Sudos anil Maariv services, Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dally 3 30 to 6:30 p.m. Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening sen Ices at 5:15. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Mm. ha at 5:13 followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the Portion of the Week. Hebrew school Moinlay through Thursday, :'.3: Sunday, &f -12. Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. i. m Pr i''.'if i?,' U1 "? ""enlng at 8:30 II.? i? ..'' Atlant Hotel Roof (larden (at.l.l Mann will speak on "The Legend and the Ufa of Abraham." Congregation beta Ttilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. =i', r .L < I." V ,v enlng services at 5:30. Saturday morning at 8:S0. The rabbi will reach on the Portion of the Week H*; 1 ,h ; a,,l 'l will speak on 'Abra* i !" e an d ,h c ''efugees." Mlncha at Mai.-.i' Wed bv ShaloH eudos and ?5f seivlcs. Dally service 7:30 a.m .followed by class In Mishna. R !" -eiAices at 5:30 followed on Sunday.s Tuesdays and Thursday bj class in IJIWS and Customs, and on Mondays and Wednesdays bv class In Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Temple Beta Sboiom i Liberal). 4144 Chase AveMiami Beach Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15 united Nations Sabbath. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The Flag of Humanity," and will dedicate the New I nlted Nations Flag. Sabbath morning service 10:45. Bar Mltzvah of Arthur Pollac. Jewish Community Center (Conservalive). 2020 Polk St., I Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Friday evening services at 5:30. Late I Friday services at 8:15. I'nlted Nations Sabbath. Rabbi Honig will speak on "United Nations In Retrospect." Saturday morning services :30. Sunday morning religious school 9:45. Sunday evening, center holds open house for youth of community starting at 7:30. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning services 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Ever will speak on the Portion of the Week. At I he will Instruct class in Talmud. Mincha at 5 followed by Shalos Seudos. Zmlras and comments will follow. Maariv to follow. Dally services at 8 a.m. followed by class in Jewish Iwa and Customs. Maariv follows. Registration for Hebrew kindergarten. Hebrew school and Sunday school dally from 8 to 8. West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)Rabbi Esra Lifshits. Services Saturdav 9 a.m. Rabbi I.ifshitz will officiate. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, SO N.W. 51st Place. Friday evening services at 5.30. Saturday and Sunday at X a.m. Mlncha at 5:30, Maariv at 6:30 dally. Services .Monday to Friday at 7:30 a.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Sabbath services at 8:30. Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cram, and Sam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving 1.,-der, will became Bar Mltzvah. First late Friday evening Service scheduled for Nov. 3. Religious school registration Sunday morning from 9:39 to 11. Sunday and Hebrew classes have begun and parents are urged to register their children at once. North Shore Jewish Center [(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive. Normandy Isle, Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. %  •ate Friday evening services at 8:13. The rabbi will speak on "Are We, Worthy of a Blessing?" Oneg Shabbot given by Mr. and Mrs. William Click. Saturday morning service at 9:30 followed by Junior Congregation at 11:15. Religious school every Sunday at Illscayne Elementary school; Hebrew SChOOl meets there Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. LEGAL NOTICE MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY Offers to DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN Wise Counseling • Beautiful Landscaping e Perpetual Care • Pre-Need Budget Plan e Special Protective Features Ideally Located Near West Flagler art 53rd Avenue Mice—5505 N.W. 3rd Street Phone 83-2163 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-Presidenl ROBERT YAFFEY. 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Phone 9-8456 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i IN TIIK CIltrriT I'DI'KT OK THE ELEVENTH JCHKIAI. CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. KMiKlbA. |.\ CHANCERY, No. 136086. KKANK G. FREITAS, Plaintiff, vs. AI-/.IRA A. KKK1TAS, l> e feiidant. You. AUSIRA A. FREITAS, 37.7, I.ille Avenue, San Landro, California. are requiri'il tn serv*. a rojiy of your Answer to tluBUI <•< complaint for Divorce on plaintiffs attorney. HAKoi.ii SHAPIRO. :< %  ;Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of I this Court on or before the IBth of /November, l!.j0. otherwise a Decree I Pro Confess,, will lie entered against j you. This Notice shall ipublished once each w,ik tor four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Floridlan. Dated October 16. m.'iO. E. B. I.KATHKIt.MAN. Clerk. II 'ii CUit Court Seal) By W.M. w. STOCKING, I'.jiuty Clerk. l" H>- 11/8-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned! desiring to enKage In business under the fictitious name of BEACH BL.UMBING CO. (not Inc.) .it 1020 5th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends t" register said name with t)iClerk "i the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida, MR. HARRY DENBITZ Sole owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney tor Mr. Harry Denblts 10, -'"--'7 11,3-ln NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 16791. RE: ESTATE OK CORA HENSHAW I le, eased. NOTICE i.hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition f"r Final Discharge as administratrix "f .the estate of Cora Henshaw, deceased; and that on the 15th day of November, IttuO, 1 will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge ol Dads County, Florida, tor approval of said final report and foi final discharge as administratrix of Hie Estate of Cora I lenshaw, deceased. This 13th day ,,f October, I960. ANNETTE HULL, As Administratrix ol the Estate of i '"i., I lenshaw. ,i, eased, MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN Attorneys tor Administratrix 1" 20-27 11 :!-l" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136012. I. II. I.IK KRAMER, Plaintiff, vs. JULIUS KRAMER, Defendant. / SUIT FOR DIVORCE 1 TO: JULIUS KRAMER, j 113 West 34th Street. Apartment No. 46 w, New York, New York YOU are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are re quired i< serve s cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the PHI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Milton A. Frteman, 1023 Seybold PuiUitng. Miami, i Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13 day of November, 1960. If you fall to do -so, judgment by default will be taken against you t"i" the relief demanded in the I'.i!I <>t Complaint. DONE AM> ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this iday of October, A.D. 1950. E. B. I.KATHKIt.MAN, clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Uy \\.\l. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN, IIIL':I Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida _.' Attorney for Plaintiff 1" 20-27 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name of HOWARD PRINTING at 13 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla Intends t,> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. HOWARD BUSHINSKY 10 20-27 11 3-in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Roy's Health Shoes at 7950 N. K. 2nd Ave., Miami, intend to register said name with the ct.ik of the Circuit, Court of I lad,County. Florida. HARRY HI XI'.AI \l DAVID F18HBEIN ( iw nei s FREDERICK s. QROS8BERG 'MSi Attorney for applicants Tut Blscayne Pldg. 10/20-27 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CIVIC REALTY at 74S Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County,, Florida ALBERT M CHISLING ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Applicant 10/20-27 11/3-10



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Je*isi> flcrkJian FRIDAY^O CTQR^ Dinner Dance To Honor Goldman One : the biggest social events of the B*naJ B'rith season will be the SI Lodge dinner dance to be reld November 12 at the Sbe.r;. Fr.ntenac Hotel, in honor of Frank Goldman, international p^e^ I the organization, accorc.-.c to Joseph M L:pton. boo ".airman of the event. Entertainment and dancing will principal address by Goldm.-n. who is making hu ':rs: DCC here E'.-.. B'rith lodge; throughout the state .\re expected to send representatives to extend greeting; • Goldman ar.i U .-.-.. c trim continued support in the current national membership caar: scheduled 1 end ~ Dec-. E Alberl P. ao .: : kei sal* .c >mmittee. has ir.r esei vatk as ted to 3 "" %  :•"• Drdei to ties and i n the Shi F nten J %  %  %  inkle, generi meni i the eni -. acti %  .. • (affe's first • t known m East, succeeded 1 • %  esidenl '. • • ected i rnmg ring his %  Mrs. Rubel Speaks Mrs. Arthur Rubel. national field director of Hadassah. was £uest speaker at the membership rally held by the Miami and Miami Beach Business and Professional Women's Groups: at the Atlantis Hotel Ball Room on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Rubel recently returned from an extensive tour of the State of Israel. Enlist In Air Corps Elmer Oliphant. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant. 1769 N.W. 6th St.. and Eugene Heiman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman. 423 East Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach, recently enlisted in the army air corps and are stationed at Lackland Air Force ase. San Antonio. Texas. AJC Chapter To Meet the Ami Jewis • • %  nt 2235 S W I 2: ..: an anV: : S %  ': is A. S %  ... %  .... 23. Nominating Unit Named %  M '. %  • 1 S %  v SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSAN (TARtUM K* *CST OMVALCSCtMa I*MI n n LISTEN TO THt CULTURAL VM1SB FORUM RADIO HOUR E c C DC A ST ~ .•, C S AEEKLV FP.rrAY. 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SJNDAY 2:00 TO 3:00 PM. OVER STATION WTEC 1120 on the Dial D rcctM -; *--:.-:= t, SrMON SETDEN Atterticn Jo the Special Feature Er*ry Sunday—"Sightseeing Tour of Ail Jewiih Institutioni and Oagariiationi of Greater Miami." Person Sought Information is sought of Lydia Margolin, who may be using the name of Miano. on behalf of her parents, with whom she has not communicated since August 1. 1950. Born in New York City on September 8. 1927. she .; five feet three inches tall, weighs 125 pounds, has brown hair and bluegreen eyes and was in her sixth grade in high school. Anyone aware of her present whereabouts is asked to contaat the National Desertion Bureau. 105 Nassau St. New York Citv. I > Film Added To ADL Library There Shall be Peace." new 35mm film strip produced by the United Nations Department of Public Information, has been added to the Films for Democracy library of the Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. according to an announcement by Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida ADL director. The new film strip is available to organizations and groups in the Greater Miami area and is particularly appropriate for showings during United Nations Week observances this month, Balkin stated. Discussion commentary which accompanies the film strip is also available. Bookings of the new film strip mav be made bv contacting the Florida Regional ADL office. 330 Seybold Building, phone 3-6306. Birnbaum Named To Program Direction Staff Appointment of Joseph Birnbaum. former theatre manager and radio commentator, as associate director of the Yiddish Classical Hour has been announced by Morris Nasatir, director. The program is heard Tuesday from 6 to 7:15 p.m. and Sunday from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. over station WINZ. Card Party On Calendar Sisterhood of Miami HebrewSchool and Congregation will sponsor its first card party of the season on Tuesday. October 24. at 12:30 p.m. in the Rumpus Roorm of the building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave Hostesses will be the Mesdames Simon April. L. August. M. Blank and E. Becker. 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Are, OCULISTS PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES SPEEDOMflf REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Woshe.Wi^ AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 NX. 2nd AT.. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. t Wholesale and Retail Rough or PulveilMd Gf ade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECUm EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 2rst Terrac. ALL WORK GUARANTEED CONCRETE and CONCRETE PRODUCTS Security in the knowledge that no other building material is so economical to build with and maintain. 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PAGE FOUR +JewistiFk>ridHair! i^^OCTOBER 20, EDITORIAL liiiiilrimnGeneral Wladyslaw Anders, a politically and militarily dead figure, is currently knocking at the White House door for an audience with President Truman. We surmise the inept Polish militarist will seek to secure the President's blessing to a project which would give "Anders' Army" an opportunity to show its mettle in the event of a clash between the democracies and the totalitarian forces. While we have no way of surmising how great a force the General will promise to produce, we are certain of one thing—the past record of the General and his army would make such a unit a liability rather than asset to the democracies. It was not our intention to inject an opinion on the current Jewish protests against the admission of a man whose anti-Semitism was only too painfully known to Poland's Jews before Hitler exterminated them. So many Nazis, neo-Nazis, fascists and anti-Semites have been admitted to this country since the war's end that the admission of another of that ilk can hardly make any difference, particularly when he is an anti-Semite without teeth. What irked us was the way the Washington Times-Herald reacted to the incident. Following cbjections raised by Jewish organizations against Anders' admission, that paper exercised its right to free press by pinning the label of communism end fellow-travelerism on those who pointed the iinger of opposition aqainst Anders, whom it called a "Polish hero and foe of Reds." m& V, HIS HAND AND SEAL— There was no greater foe to the Reds than Hitler, yet we cannot imagine the Times-Herald raising the cudgel on behalf of Hitler's admission f nilid Xalions U> pfc In the light of United Nati ons s Korea, this year's observance of HnT^ esse s in Week from October 16 to 24 wUl takf* Na M significance than ever. 0n greats Tuesday, October 24 has been r,m i United Nations Day by the Nationa/S ^ • mit.ee headed by Mrs. Eleanor Roose*^ Jewish schools and organizations ,2L the country have been called on tr> i gt observance by the committee on* 1 *, F %  i participation of the UN citizens group ^ We hope that as many groups as Lb. join in the observance as a testimony ** growing strength and prestiqe 0 f O? M Nations through which much has been m plished in its short span of life. ^ To the United Nations we owe the first dm* J a Universal Declaration of Human Buttj proposed Convention against Genocide1 L number of other measures and achie'vem aimed at making this a better world in !5 to live. "•* Let us, therefore, observe the UN anniver**. in a way befitting its importance. !" to this country in the event he turned up aliv. Nor, do we believe, can that newspaper M around the unanswerable argument that one an be a good foe of the Reds and at the same 2 be a good anti-Semite, just as one can be a QO od foe of the Reds and be a good foe of the art Semites. Agricultural Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN N> rorfc B \ ,0. itlon, will won %  '••' %  rn %  %  .ii!.. 101 : ihr economic r the Z -• %  • .h ha* will II, • .... %  .' %  %  Hi men b*i % %  iht nat 01 rd of .., member of (he Miami Beach tha !" '" ,h M ""'" 'Zionism became socially acceptable on May 15, 1948 (the date of the establishment cf Israel', and there was an upsurge ol interest on the part of many people who, prior to that time, had not been aware of nor stirred by the need for a Jewish State. Except for a handful of rabid anti-Zionists, practically all Ji ted in I only 25% of the total population 1 are occupied with farming and ag"Kvutza." states: "To the kvutza. labor became a religion." He also refers to the "ideal of labor" and the "ethical value of labor." He further adds. "This puritanism of the labor enthusiast sometimes assumed a taint of fanaticism. In me uivupim wiin idiMiiui; au iiRsumea a laini 01 ranaucism. in ricultural pursuits. Realism do| one of his letters written in 1919. I mands that Israel have an in-1 Yosef Bussel, the founder of Idustrial economy rather than! Dagania. tells of the rank and file agricultural so as to be able to of the kvutza who looked with absorb the tremendous immigradisdain at their leaders because tion within its narrow boundaries, they sometimes did other than 1 The daily life of the vast ma-1 manual labor. This attitude was [jority of Israelis, the role of I caused not by envy but by the private capital and industry, the devotion to the deep ethos with %  %  I list 1049 w thei > %  In June. 1949 tor ol %  f age, to ] noi still l ults ol • I .. I m%  %  : ; %  thi %  %  %  : %  : faith in thi -• te. My 1 %  ti 1 luring tl eaffii I my eai lier ms. iwever. I do not feel that existence of large urban renters 5 Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jerusalei y the drai not known. The day 1 roused I cril any pi .1 I I 1 • itinue 1 '. With SB 1 which they had endowed physical labor." Aaron David Gordon, popularly known as Aleph Daled Gordon. 1 it leader and teach Zi nism, a non-M 1 • igo, "1 I %  %  our r< '. id i actual '. 11'. v. ith our hands; il il ; ice to ou i oui % %  H • pi -' ;. m v ; %  • will the • %  ne, is t of elligent dnectioi fSdidin stated "the Ii al -I laboi includes als 1 thi nciple of self-labo with%  ^... 1 01 ii.,1 n ,-i mat Pa lest in nv disloyalty in rep irt" p >licies and pracrrant criticism and that Israeli concept of democracy nsive in its varies >n some respects, from of our actions, 0 n nant with (; -'-' %  %  • %  u '. so :. : us give with "verstandt." Following the practice of thi n ling of the That t Ami ican Zionist lea Ii wily the highest which : totalil the new busy t ; %  • inate y ...111 ours Due consideration has been Stress and strain %  ted in Israel for the past three years. The tale must be told. If others should come to share my views and a broader knowledge is acquired from these 1 s and further study, pernployers and empli Nowhere in the country a principles better put into '• than in a kvutza. One might well ask. "Is there only one compl--. ,t- furth,M s'udy. perf the effects "' ps s Am encan opinion mav I .nsmitted to the Israelis and ft nment, policies or inst tut :. lest such •ism result in a withdrawal make a contribution to the upbuilding of the state along with contribution of American of funds t on the ] irt x,, 1,., 0 of many Ami ricans. run ^ u v. • • shall not repeat the stoi 1 %  • ted 1 .el of returning travelers who I has devoted a majoi the miracles wrought by the earfv portion of his communal activities chalutz.m .pioneers in creating r the past ifteen j forest and fields from the b felt prompted to wastes, eroded hills and marshv 1 objectively as po vamps, nor the tales of others an analysis of a portion of life ,n who speak of the return of the namely that of communal Jew to the soil. Rhapsodic songs settlements, explaining their posialso are sung of a new civilization and relationship to the rest tion with a new social order the of the country and appraising dignity of labor and social 'i us r sociological, economic and tice. I. too. have seen may of the noted sociologist. Henrik F. Inl,,:m of kvutza and is it the only field, in his book. "Co-operative f lm OI co-operative living in Living in Palestine." the word Israel? If not. what other forms "kvutza" (plural kvutzot) shall be '"'' 'here'.'" IJSSLIS d f l? nate a Sing e ; UI1 Tno answers to these Questions th -H' !l L 0r C Opc !''''\' :,nd are No Thcro are throe primary the wo id kibbutz (plural kibtypes of Jewish rural settlebutzim) as a group of kvutzot. ments." The word Jew will he usi I 1 ,„ ,, „ indicate people in Israel rathe? 1 n h( i' neX ^ '"^Hment wc than adheVVnts of a relig onf In ^'TtZ^ dl f^' n be less otherwise indicat. I '' kvulza moshavah. mosWhat is then. ab,,ut'a kvutza I | V ."" !" f. hav lV ? d 'm "nd the, ind the mode of life toUowedI g : ft Xn' '.T f ,h u e las '-. w hich ts members which ,, %  ,,,„.. ... LZ is k,ll,un as Ill(> moshav sh.tufi.) IIsrael I ;MIII, Ins llrivo \-.1i11si lll.-nk Market JERUSALEM. (JTA) r nationwide anti-black mark I drive which began last week 4 now in full swing with Premier David Ben Gurion utilizing new powers conferred on him by the Cabinet to authorize police and troops to cany out large-scale 'searches for illicit hoards of consumer goods. Many p< already been arrested, in, I number ol well-known 1 One merchant has b v-d to have been arrested, tried.c .rivictedand si ntenced to 1 %  imprisonment. The Cab I -. by the is Re?I %  I tribi Ii %  port to the 1 el Aviv, t I • :. 1 in %  '-?• ii against the black % %  • : In a ment d< oouni ing black marketing as one ol '.: %  maindangeri facing the country, the association called on Its members to place all their stocks at the disposal of the public at official prices. The statement concluded by expw* ing hope that the Premier wou.1 give due consideration to the demands made by the merchants. fJenisti Fkridion %  ublished every Friday •" !" The Jewish Fiondian at 120 %  ih ...... M,,mi 18. Floridat" educational aspects. It is my belief that this phase of Israeli life is the most discussed and perhaps the least understood of any. Yet this facet includes and reflects much that is fundamental in Israeli thinking agricultural settlements. These colonies have been the subject of every photographer and journalist who spent more than a day in Israel. Stress upon this facet of life has led many Americans to believe that most Israelis T i. J ITi i ^. • .... •-"••* '" UCIICVC mat most Israelis I had anticipated Prime Minisi live on kibbutzim and are enter Ben Gurion's statement of gaged in agriculture. Actually, its members which causes rabbi's to extol their virtues even though with the exception of II I Hamisrachi Kvutzot and a few .others, they have abandoned | practically all semblance of religious life and ritual as understood by us. (Then observance of the Sabbath as a day of sterns from the belief'that men shall work only six days rather than because of religious observance.) What ,s the attraction which has caused sons of rich men to renounce their father's wealth and enter a life of self-denial ml* TCJ" 1 !! loss o£ ^dividual I liberty? Why have well educated | young women, products of a j sophisticated culture, chosen to live m primitive quarters, work as laborers in the fields or a*' i kitchen hands? as ho ? d President. Shalum Wurm in his book, p by i ie Jewist Sixth itreet. Miami 18. Fl<" ,|d *|t tered as second-class matter Juy • %  at the Post Office of Mi !" Ivm-s<-f h Israel I onus Junior Congregation The newly organized Junior Congregation ol Kneseth Israel i gation will hold a special meeting with the congregation brotherhood on Sunday, October .u 10 am in lhe social ha" "' nc s >nagogue. according to Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual lead, The junior group, which will work in conjunction with the brotherhood, will be supervised by David J. Gorlin, Hebrew I teacher and Gerald Katz. brother1930, at the Post Office of M' Fla.. under the Act of March 3. '"• The Jewish Floridian has '"\ the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Unity and the J*" 1 Weekly. Member of the J*!JSl graphic Agency. Seven Arts r Syndicate. Worldwide News Sew • National Editorial Association, *m can Association, of ""•"!^S* Newspapers, Florida PressAssw^ The Jewish norldlM "'' "* %  uarantM th Kahruth of % • hamllse adverlisi-d in lts_ co^— SUBSCRIPTION RATE ?J 0|) One Year &2 Two Years FRED K. 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PAGE SIX •jMiato ncrk/iar raDAJ^ocTOBER Mrs. Kaufman Is Tea Chairman Mrs. Harry Kaufman has been appointed chairman of the membership tea to be sponsored by the Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith Women on Tuesday. OctoPersonally Speaking Abe Shavins Will Live In Chattanooga Chattanooga. Tenn., will be the new home of the former Miss Ann Nevel, whose marriage to Abe Home after a three-week trip through Mexico are Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. 444 West Di Lido Drive. Miami Beach. Included in their itinerary were Cuernavaca, Taxco, Acapulco, shavin took place October 8 at the Puebla Tehuacan Fcrtin, San Jose Purua and Mexico City. The Miami Hebrew School and Conis&iiLsASrsa R osen,hals node ,h t tip b y p r* ft^ift A skit entitled "B'nai B'rith A' next week to attend the Bar Mitzvah of his fust grandson. Lloya The brjde js the daughter of PoppinV depicting the various Allen Moriber, son of Joseph Moriber, New York attorney. Mr. Mr anc j ^rs. Harry Nevel, 1542 Mcriber, who has been a resident of this area for the past five s.W. 6th St. The bridegroom's years, will spend about two weeks with his children in New York. Mr. and Mrs. H. Boonshoft, 1004 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, have as their houseguests their son, Oscar, chief engineer at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio; his bride of six months, the former Miss Marjorie Goldflies of Dayton; and his mother-inlaw, Mrs. Minnie Goldflies. The visitors are here for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weiss. 2863 S.W. 23rd St., announce :he birth of a daughter, Marlene Etta, on October 7 at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Weiss has been active with the Dade County Society for Crippled Children in its cerebral palsy work, j bouquet of yellow roses. Phil j( Levine was best man. Miss Ann % .J^^^M m Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman, 1060 S.W. 36th Court, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Shavin of Chattanooga. For the ceremony the bride chose a gown of white nylon net. fashioned with hoop skirt, fitted bodice and lace-edged cap sleeves. Her full-length veil of French illusion fell from a coronet of seed pearls, and she carried a bible adorned with white orchids and showers of white roses. Miss Jean Nevel served as maid of honor for her sister in a gown of aqua net. She carried a colonial Mrs. Harry Kaufman and phases of B'nai II be presented with each taking part in the pro'-: stesses for the afternoon will t-. '..> ^-.:p chairman and .-.airmen of each chapter. B'na: B'rith presidents and ntatives from the West Beach. H :iywood. Fort ile. and Hialeah Cl been in\ it it be the guests of this Benjamin Shulman, celebrated their forty-seventh wedding anniversary on October 18. Back in Miami after spending the summer at their summer home in Avon Lake, Ohio, are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, 561 N.E. 68th St. -* Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, 775 S.W. 21st Road, returned Sunday from a three-month visit in Chicago. After spending several months at their summer home in South Fallsburg, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler have returned to their Miami Beach home. 1233 10th St. While away they visited their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goldberg, 108 6th Ten., Di Lido Island, have returned here after a six-month tour of Palestine and various Jewish communities in Europe. Chicago kept the I Solomons Reveal Daughter's Troth -.t Metropolitan Council at Mr. and Mrs. Leo Solomon, 1501 Day Drive. Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Carol, to Charles L. Cooperman. Mr. Cooperman is the ~~ son of Mrs. Lena Cooperman. St. Tamara Chapter to Meet Petersburg, and the late Mr. Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi I Cooperman. tea. W men will meet Tuesday. Octo:-. : 24, at 8:30 p.m. at the Sorreni :. : tel. according to an ann uncement bj Mrs A. Louis -.dent. M r s ivitz will report on the national silver jubilee convent: n HARFENIST VEGETARIAN & DAIRY RESTAURANT Air • Conditioned Come in and Convince YourMli that We Serve Only the Finest Food 1381 Washington Ave. Ph. 58-2058 The bride-elect graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the University of Florida, where she was a charter member and secretary of Alpha Lambda Delta, national women's scholastic fraternity. Mr. Cooperman attended St. Petersburg Junior College and served in the army air corps. He graduated from the University of Florida, where he was a member of P: Lambda Phi fraternity. He is now employed as industrial engineer with the National Tube C mpany in McKeesport. Pa. David M. Gordons Fete 'Daughter On Birthday A surprise party was given by Mr. and Mrs. David M. Gordon. 1519 S.W. 14th St.. on October 7 in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Meryl (Mickie). Among the guests were Muriel August, Liz Paul. Arthur Pepper. Saundra Prince. Janet Greene. M irris Levitt. Dorothy Gruber. George Schwartz. Yiska Serott. Malcolm Friedman. Merle Jacobs. Marvin Propper. Lewis Kanner. Reva Shapiro. Gwen Freed. ConI nie Gruber. Howard Greenwald. Warren Greene and Earle Rifas. I Also at the party was the i honoree's brother. Alan, a Zeta Beta Tau pledge at the University of Florida, who came home for the weekend unexpectedly. Winokui of guest bopk. The bride's mother greeted guests in a gown of deep aqua crepe with gold orchids. The bridegroom's mother was attired in rose crepe and also wore gold orchids. A reception and dinner followed the ceremony. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Levine. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nevel, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Danoffs. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Danoffs. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rose, Mrs. Ethel Rose. Baltimore. Md.: Miss Shirley Radin. Rubin Shavin and Mr. and Mrs. I. Levine, Cnattanooga. The former Miss Nevel attended Herzl Junior College in Mr. Shavin. a veteran of the air force, manages a wholesale hard• Miami Jewish CenteTwi/sL^ ware house in Chattanooga. | a costume ball or. SatSrto October 28. at 8 p.m. at the center! Mrs. Abe Sha fin West Miami Women .Chicago. To Hold Costume Ball The Women's Group of the West Chattanooga For the wedding trip to New I York, the bride donned a summer Entertainment will silk print With matching accesby a Miami Dailv News Youth sones and white double orchid Round-Up Unit. Prizes corsage, awarded for the best will be costume. Men's Club Forming An organizational meotinc Marriaae Announrpd '£ c Men s club of lhe Firft J iiarnage rtnnouncea Congregation of Coral Gable, Announcement has been made slated for Thursdav. October 19 > the marriage of D iris Herzogiat 8:30 p.m. at the group's temt.. 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IAY. OCTOBE R 20, 1950 rth Beach Gets (sure-Time Unit rnm commutes has been LH in the North Beach area pul .p ,.: establishing tivities for all age :., t:, ction, il has bi n Kaplan, presiI h Centers Asinil is working in i h the North Shore md Temple Beth; in. h held its first neel ng at the on Thursday, ','.. in • .. 15 p.m., i-s cornMrs. Gilbert Balkin. I] .1 Ell, Leonard FcldTjoseph •)• Gardner, Mr. and Goldberg, Mrs. John Dan Harrison, Morris J. I, A. J. K> plan. Mrs. H. S. i Mrs. Ralph Lieberman, I Till Nelson, Mr. and lienry Olesky, Melvin Pazol, jPritzert, Mr. and Mrs. IrvLbinowil/. Miss Leila Rosen|Mrs. Albert H. Saperstein, chonfeld. Samuel Segal, Jr., Steinman, Jerry Sussman, larry Weitzman, Abraham Rabbi Ralph De Koven, spiritual mon leader of the First Jewish Conarea committees will be gregation of Coral Gables, is d bv Handy Polansky, opening his late Friday evening | ties director of the services on October 20 at 8:15 Beach VM & WHA. who | P-n>"Anti-Semitism" will be this y returned from New York, | week's ser mon topic, btained a Master of |' te degree from the New pchool il Social Work at Lb.a Univei sity. 'Jenistirkrirlitr PAGE ELEVEN Book Review To Highlight Meet A review of the current best Seller, "The Wall." by John Hersey, wil highlight the meeting Of Emma Lazarus Chapter. Busiand Professional Women of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday, October -t at 9 a.m. at the Miami B. ach Jewish Center, Mrs. Peter Glazer, Anti-Defamation League chairman of the Metropolitan Women's Council of Bnai B'rith, will discuss the book, which describes the fate of the Polish Jews who were forced into imprisonment in the Warsaw ghetto in 1939. Program is under the direction of Edythe Fleischer. The chapter will sell tickets for the movie, "Song of My Heart," the life and music of Composer Peter Tschaikowsky. to be shown at the Mayfair Art Theatre, 1605 Biscayne Blvd., for one full week beginning October 22. Tickets are being sold at regular admission prices with proceeds going to promote B'nai B'rith service projects. Chairman of the affair is Deana Abrashkin. Ticket sales commit%  tee will consist of Florence Goldman, Mollie Breskin, Tina Fischer, Ethel Pont, Lillian Tickos, Belle Small, Edith Simmons and Carol Tieger. :ksf one Hotel )per. Nov. 1 iwly •. ated 250-room %  %  and Cabana N member 1 tor "" > Beach Marine Wounded Pfc. Elliott Greenblatt, 19-yearold member of the marine corps. has been wounded in action in Korea, according to news received from Washington. He is the sun of Mr. and Mis. Abe Greenblatt. 927 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. The defense department nol did not indicate the nature %  n under the I' inal iwnAlfred Stone, been in the tions, oi the famous estori d, with and in. dean dec,. ; %  • entire lobby met beautified r i i-trimmed I all modern ies. New %  • windows have stalled in all the public All o -Mis are lurnwith newly appointed pod styh beds with tufted new drapes and colors." hsive m li nization of the bana Club has the ai ranged for i.r extent .if the injury. Beach Juniors Meet i: Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah held a meeting on Thur day, October 19. at u p.m. in the dining room of the V'anderbilt Hotel. s n Iman was in charge of the program, which included a review el the current best-selli "The Wall," by John Hersey. Tlie group is now formulating plan.fur its second annual Balfour Ball to be held on November 5 at the Shelborne Hotel. Special Meeting Called Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach will hold a special meeting on Monday, October TO privacy of the guests. A 23, at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel 'me deck for shipCongregation, it has been anbeen installed ; nounced by Mrs. Joseph Mint/cs. iae ot the olympic-sized | president. e shop will adjoin with the ever popPCewalk cafe. A complete | .side for per1 and business md occupancy. ition of the f ingement of 1 Blackstone Hotel P' ,: bar Room F" n M li eonvention nklin became the '' nnsylvania Ga%  d newspaper (l "i Pennsylvania. 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tflPAY, OCTOBER 20, 1950 oni>** nee f Jewish Women Will old Quarterly Meeting Thursday %  rection of Mrs. Gershon M vJewisti Meridian quarterly meeting of the inference of Jewish Women's -ffanizutions of Dade County rjil be held Thursday, October from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the ka'xony Hotel, it is announced by Hrs. Louis Glasser, president. The program entitled "A Tapesof Jewish Life" will follow he short business meeting and I be presented both before and tfter luncheon, Mrs. Glasser repealed Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof is Jrogran: chairman. Miss Leah Jaffa, music constant of the National Jewish Welfare Board and executive secWary of the National Jewish Busic Council, will discuss Jewi music. A singer and pianist note. Miss Jaffa will illustrate lecture with appropriate seitions. A radio skit on the life of iazer Ben Yehuda, founder of lie Hebrew dictionary and father [ the modern Hebrew language, be presented under the di—lller. Participants will be Al Balin, Bill Schlesinger, Bob Lyons, Boris Pritchard, Gershon Miller, Seymour Spalter, ana the Mesdames Alfred Stone, Herman P. Rubin, A1 ?, Xan der Kogan and Chertkof.' Highlight of the session will be an address by Dr. Joseph R Narot newly elected rabbi of temple Israel, whose subject will be 'Today's Jewish Woman Looks to Tomorrow." Dr. Narot comes to Miami from Atlantic City where he served as spiritual leader of Beth Israel Temple for ten years In Atlantic City, the rabbi _. served for a number of vear-s as Council, will discuss Jewchairman of the United Jewish .-:„ A am0f>r anrt manic* A —. 1 rr WIMICU JCWlSn Appeal. He was founder and first president of the Atlantic City Forum and served as a director of the New Jersey Mental Hygiene Society. In January, 1948, the Atlantic City Military Order of World Wars presented him with a citation for his "outstanding achievements in the fields of Americanism, tolerance and good citizenship." Reservations for the luncheon meeting may be made by telephoning 82-1664 or 5-5224. Serving with Mrs. Glasser are first vice president, Mrs. Sylvia Ur.ertkoi: second vice president, Mrs. Clarence Cohn; treasurer, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry; recording secretary, Miss Lillian Goodmancorresponding secretary, Mrs. John Temple; registrar, Mrs. Harry Gordon; year book, Mrs. H. Spaet; parliamentarian, Mrs. Isaac Levin; resolutions, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers; arrangements, Mrs. Alexander Kogan; art, Mrs. Rena Youngerman; citizenship, Mrs. Nat L. Williams; cultural calendar, Mrs. Matilda Ratnereducation, Mrs. Seymour Liebman; international relations, Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz; legislation, Mrs. Leonard Glickman; literature, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein; membership, Mrs. Clarence Cohn; music, Mrs. Jacob Kaplan; program. Mrs. Chertkof; program research directory, Mrs. Irving PAGE NINE Lehrman; public health, Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub; publicity Mrs. Julius A. Oshlag; chaplain! Mrs. Leon Kronish; leadership, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; civilian defense. Mrs. Joseph Williamson: and welfare, Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin. Ilabbi Kronish Itt'vicu's Book Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, reviewed Meyer Levin's "In Search," at the open meeting of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday, October 18, at 1:30 p.m. in the temple banquet hall. Dessert luncheon was served. "In Search," a current best seller, is the autobiography of this well-known newspaperman and novelist who grew up in Chicago's "Bloody Nineteenth" ward and grew up to write about his people. Mrs. Alexander Robbins is president of sisterhood and the program chairman is Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Young Zionists To Hold Party Saturday IVight Miami Young Zionist District will sponsor a party at the Dave Adler estate, 853 Sunset Drive, South Miami, on Saturday, October 14, at 8:30 p.m. An original sketch by Leon Rubinstein featuring Esther Barnson, "Irwin" and many others, will headline the show. Janice Kaiser will present risque ditties and Annete Melich will sing. Swimming, dancing, dames and refreshment will be on tap. A motorcade will leave the Jewish Community Center at 8 p.m. Rabbi To Speak Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will address the members of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Association on Monday, October 23, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. ISRAEL today is the land of rhe open door—open s been so great that close to 100,000 of these newcomers live in tents and barracks, still waiting or new homes and the establishment of new rural and urban centers. But at the same time Jews in wq. Roumania, Poland, Tunisia, Morocco and o*et lands clamor for the chance to find in Israel P<*ce, freedom and dignity. United Jewish Appeal must give them the nce me X ***, they need, they long for. The UJfi ewi,h *•""< will be focused on ne National Planning Conference for Israel nd Jewish Recon.truction to be held Friday, ^'"rday and Sondoy, October 27, 28 and • af *• Statler Hotel in Washington, D. C United Jewish Appeal can give them that chance— if you give to the United Jewish Appeal, Give today—now—for: the more than 50,000 Jews of Iraq who have until March, 1951 to reach Israel. Right now, funds of the United Jewish Appeal are helping to fly 1,000 Iraqi Jews to Israel per week. But funds are running low despite the fact that Israel's door remains open. The only thing that will close that door is lack of funds. You must give today—now—for: •the 70,000 Jews of Roumania whose transfer to Israel depends solely on available funds. The Government of Roumania has authorized Jewish emigration to Israel, but how long that authorization will last is not known. Before the bars come down again, you must act. You cannot close your heart to men, women and children who appeal to you to keep it open, as Israel keeps its door open. Keep your heart open to the homeless. Giv today. Give now. Give generously. United Jewish Appeal On Bthalf of the Resettlement and Rrecnstruttum Program tf Ike Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Amtsi, United Service for New Americans. HENRY MOKCENTHAU. JR., Central Chairman



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Iiv OCTOBER 20, 1950 -Jenlstiflcricften PAGE SEVEN n e Sisselman, (in Reibel hange Vows l pr a wedding trip to Mexico the Southwest, Alvin Reibel This bride of September 23, C rm er Arlene Sisselman, are £"' in Miami Beach. The le exchanged vows in the Ldour Room of the Sherry|enac Hotel. hridc. daughter of Mr. and [an v Sisselman, 625 Michive Miami Beach, wore a crepe gown featuring hip %  ry A fingertip veil and a Lt of white orchids and anotis completed her bridal fble. 1 of honor was Miss Dorothy •lson and bridesmaids were Misses Elaine Schwartz and Ira Devore Louis Dresner test man. %  owing the ceremony, a rein was held in the Terrace i of the hotel. Lot-town guests included Murray Coreman, Mrs. j-d Baransky, Bronx, N. Y.; md Mrs. Don Decker, Mr. /rs. Rudman, Los Angeles, far. and Mrs. Glickman, St. Mo.; Phil Cooper, BrookI. Y. | former Miss Sisselman at| Miami Beach High School he University of Miami and ietary of the Clara Hirsh |u Chapter of B'nai B'rith \ Women. of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L 901 Collins Ave., Miami the bridegroom is a Navy and a graduate of City of New York. He is asld with Reibel Construction ration. |h I'J Ladies lose Leaders [ Jack Shapiro was renamed lent of the Sisterhood of bgation Beth El at the anfceetinK 'if the organization leek. I elected to office were Mrs. Rappaport. first vice presiMrs. Alexander Rosen, I vice president; Mrs. MurIrauer. financial secretary; Samuel Geltner, recording |j; Mrs. William Swimmer, tonding secretary; Mrs. Airman, treasurer. members include the lies Anna Bear, Sidney Abraham Pepper, Morris Anna Sands, George David Singer, Edward Her. Eugene Schwartz, Sol Emanuel Kornstein, Alrerl, Abraham Greenberg, 1 Rotcnberg. Jacob Fine, fcstenbaum, Clara Bear and 1 Wilchvk. Beach Center Opens Membership Drive The Miami Beach Jewish Center fall membership drive, headed by Samuel J. Halperin, opened with a kick-off luncheon at the Raleigh Hotel. At this meeting the membership committee outlined plans for an intensive drive to be conducted during the next four weeks. A goal of 200 new members has been set. "Our center stands for the betterment of Jewish youth and the preservation of Jewish character and Jewish values, Chairman Halperin stated, "it provides a synagogue, a daily and Sunday religious school, a social center and a home for every age group of the family." Working with Halperin are Sol Goldstrom, Sam Rivkind. Ben* Zion Ginsburg, Harold Ungerleider, Samuel Tritt, Milton Smitn, George J. Talianoff, Samuel Lipton, Jack Mintzer and Wolfie Cohen. WI >" X Chapter Seats Officers Honey Sas.soon was installed as president of WINZ Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls Sunday evening at Hamburger Hearth. Also inducted at the ceremonies were Mona Rubenstein, vice president; Roberta Freeman, corresponding secretary; Barbara Stein, recording secretary; Ernice Weinkle, treasurer; Rose Ruddy, historian. Junior Co-Adviser Barbara Devore served as installing officer and Junior Co-Adviser Elaine Schwartz spoke on the purpose of the organization. Mrs. Emanuel Ruddy, senior adviser, served as chaplain. Yiddish School Officers Seated Formal installation of officers of the Workmen's Circle I. L. Peretz School and a reception for the new teachers, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lasavin, was held recently at the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Installed at the affair were Joseph Pollack, president; Sam Levine, chairman; Kate Tishler, vice chairman; Joseph Dunlov, secretary; Morris Honigbaum, financial secretary; Harry Spivack, treasurer, William Paskew, recording secretary. School committee chairmen include E. Lesewoder, chairman of coordinating committee; Pollack, budget; I. Cohen, tuition; Duntov, publicity; Ida Spivack, attendance; Esther Elkin, arrangements. 'ENTY THIRD SEASON .. 1950-1551 KERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA %  tO A'lOO, Conductor Jefc Bitter, Guest Conductor Eve. — 8:30 Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium |. Eve. — 8:30 Miami Senior High School NINE PAIRS OF OUTSTANDING EVENTS MORINI Nov. 19 cr.d 20 [ELITCH 21 and 22 LEVANT Fob. It and 12 fARREN ; l 8 and 9 ANDERSEN Mrs. C. H. Olen is chairman of the Oneg Shabbat membership tea to be sponsored by the Herzl Group of Hadassah on Saturday. October 21, at 1:30 p.m. in the Sapphire Room of the Belmar Hotel. ROSE April 29 and 30 May 13 and 14 M'bscrlptioM $11—$15 $12.60—$10.80 • $ iacl. Fed. To FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE 87-4960 OR 3-2317 May We Suggest cAl Wyner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddings, Bar Mitzvaha, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 Sunshine Flower & Gift Shop 1119 S.W. 27th Avenue Floral Decorations & Cut Flowers For Every Occasktii For -Personal Attention Call 48-0009 or 48-02*7 and ask ior HAROLD "SKIPPY" ROSEN Making plans for a pictorial journal to be distributed at the Hebrew Academy Women's third annual dinner scheduled for December 17 at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel are (seated. 1. to r.) Mrs. Beatrice Spalter, Mrs. Samuel Cohen, journal chairman. Mrs. Lewis M. Escott; (standing, 1. to r.) Mrs. Melvin Pazol and Mrs. Harry Genet. Academy Children To Participate In United Nations Hay Observances Miami and lyricist of the United Children of the Hebrew Academy Choir were selected to represent the State of Israel in the mass observance of United Nations Song, will deliver a short address. Rehearsing with the children Nations Day at Bayfront Park on j the Hebrew program for UN Day Thursday, October 19, at 8 p.m. observances is J. Stadlan, conand at Dinner Key on Tuesday, ductor of the academy choir, and October 24. Joseph Schriebman, musical diThe academy choral group is rector, singing as part of the United Nations Chorus, a 400-voice choir under the direction of Prof. N. Vamasescus. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the academy, announced that the Hebrew program will consist of modern Hebrew songs i representing modern Israel, and also chassidic and religious melodies representing Orthodox and traditional Israel. The academy is also planning an assembly at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, I October 24. City officials will l present greetings, and Mrs. Mary L. Berman, co-chairman of the | United Nations Day committee of Mrs. Horns Bakery 1171 S. 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)AY. OCTOBER 20, 1950 LEGAL NOTICE +Jmisti Fhridirtr ..nTlCE BY PUBLICATION ^CIRCUIT COURT OP THE S.M.-NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT %  \';,,. |,\ IN AMFOR HALF SJTV. IN CHANCERY, NO. IPIVI.V, IMaintlff, vs. \iivv IVIN. Defendant. •\ IVIN, Jugoslavia. %  tie a copy of I ol Complaint „ the plaintiffs attorney, : ,1 answer in the ol the Circuit Court !H da; ,.f November, the Bill "f "•.,nii. Iieretofol e filed an ifessed b) i MI Florida, nils the L, '. • %  • % %  % %  • r, i %  fiH. LEATHERMAN, i,l the Circuit Court, Florida. -...li U, \\.\l W. STOCKING, deputy Clerk, L, v A FRIEDMAN, i ntlff E Ml Florida LEGAL NOTICE PAGE NINETEEN NOTICE UNDER Fic^r7floTs~ NOTICE I^EREWGIVEN L >'•• undersigned, desiring i 0 ,. .'•,', IS'SHl-olP ;• AN, R ll^ffi ?^clDr l;RANT B -AaE R aulD E OTEL AND EVE 'EKVL WINB — SUS^ST wart 'SSffSa .:; ;;rm.Kxs : : A T ,:s, ; ,:v,: l:A ,;,, HERBERT II. HUTNER ^u^tSS' '"' H "NTHERN STATES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Mill, E is HEREBY GIVEN that '; %  "i.ler w | B11 ..,i. desiring to engage in iiB&tSv"!S?L! h ? fictitious nan r :,, I 1 1 ', ,' v BAR at 1492 N.W. ..im street, intends to register said '.;'"';, with the Clerk „r K ClrS.lt """ f •' %  '• %  County, Florida. i HAWS INC VERS. AKWN^N^'WLAN ^'^V-^. applicant LEGAL NOTICE of '1 l, Florl ,;i> iRiiK PETER WELLS undl\ Idi 'l onehalf Interest. : IK K BERNSTEIN undh Ided one-half Interest, ST' ix i: L,.y f,,|i;. • % %  %  -. %  Peter Wells I -:.-in Building : flDElT OF PUBLICATION IE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK VRXTH JUDICIAL CIRrUIT 4X11 FOR I'AI'K COUNTY, iRIDA IN CHANCERY, No. jp tt'ERTHMAN, .IR.. Plaintiff, [MARGARET R. WERTHMAN, andsnt feARiiARKT It. \\ ERTHMAN, p.nn. Street lli.in I'ini North Carolina [are hereli; notified that a Mill [ %  has been filed t i you are hereby reI %  a i 'i>\ <' thf original fflce of the Clerk of nr before Novem-. ihs for applicant 420 Lincoln Road 9/2:1 l" S-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai tillundersigned, desiring to engage 1 In business under the flctltiou nai f Q1RAL.UA BOOKSTORE at 139 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM T. REICH Sole owner HAROLD TANNEN Attorney for applicant in":. Can American Bldg. 10/6-13-20-27 IN Ti^ou. MM PUBLICATION I-. /•,•,. M '"OURT OP THE ; -' ; \ l-yni JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I11 !-', '""A. %  > AM, FOR DADE 1339,? J V IN CHANCERY, No. E lMVi'5i ", VA I,\ V PWtlff, vs. i'l'ii 'V MAX """"Inn. >' i p i-11 ; i iivi nil -ii",' %  IMNIELJ. HYMAN, l: • Unknown ''." ; "',' not fii ,i that a Bill % %  % %  "• %  you, and you are required ', %  copy ,,r your Answer or lalntlfra Attorney, Alton A ''';' 1 ". >'M-.l,l Bu ng, ML ami, Florida, and rile the original Aiiswei or f'leading in the office of in* Iwk o the Circuit Court on or before the 9 daj of November, 1950. r.,.i M' '" BO J" d nent by default will be lake, against you for the rrtW demanded In the Bill or c.„„I>NE AND ORDERED al Miami. I., 1 :; 1 ," 1 1 this a daj of October, AH. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, L u 7.Dade County. Florida. By WM. W. STOCKING, MILTON A. PRIEDMAN PU,y '''^ ttd I a lW lm 8ey lBM *' Attorney for Plaintiff 10 I 1-20-27 II.:; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .~ !" NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged In business ',"'!".',-. Ul fictitious name or OP A .'"'ISA GATEWAY INN, located at -.'; Opa Locka Blvd., Opa Locka, Dade i ounty, Florida, ami Intends to register the Bald fictitious name In the office of the Clerk -.f the Circuit < ourt or i lade < 'ounty, Florida I0 „. w 20 2 ROBERT U HAMILTON NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan I KARL1N CLEANERS al 105 15th •-•i.'.i. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Coumv, Florida, MAX GELBARD ,, ... ANNA GELBARD MAX P.. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 922 Seybold Bldg. Miami ::j, Florida 10/13-20-27 11 :: |TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 is HEREBY GIVEN that %  desiring io engage In I : the fii tltlous name or f ,'<>, ^ii Miami, Dade [ intend to register 1 the ci,.,k or the county. Florida. ARNOLD SELTZER Ml K FIXKELSTEIN IS CE UNDER FICTITIOUS I,.,. NA ME LAW Er, T ,:l:| :''v GIVEN that %  Hiring to engage in t'^'r 1,1" rhtltk.ua name of r ulri '"' s Jreet, intend to L 1 ',""'< "ii the Clerk or f-t't I in „r Dade County, J'W',",'" SJRLTZKB TER FELTMAN g^ B f KAPLAN iplicanta NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tlit: fictitious name of LINCOLN MANOR KOSHER CATERERS at No. 2 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of l i.ide Count v. Florida. MACLOU CORPORATION No. j Lincoln Road BERICK & SHAPIRO Attorneys for applicant •L'" Lincoln Load 9/29 io/6-i::-jn l' CE ^fl, D £ R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW RY GIVEN that to engage In || fictitious name of Kriasj'sa pUida. C,rCUl .Wk N r5NT* Mils NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LINCOLN MANOR RESTAURANT at No. L' Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MACLOU CORPORATION No. 2 Lincoln Road BERICK A SHAPIRO Attorneys for applicant IL-" Lincoln Road 9 29 1" 6-13-2 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ,,f ROYAL SUPER VALUE MARKET, at 3531 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Dade County. Florida, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade i 'ount>. Floi Ida JOSEPH ROTTENBERG MAX R, SILVER Attorney for Joseph Kottenbere 922 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 1" 13-20-27 ll/:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In n?.S??i,S! Ml ?; the fictitious name or CBNTLRJ HOTEL at 140 Ocean niiw-, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend er said name with the Clerk of the II cult Court ol Dade County, l' lorlda, SAM COHEN anl ANNA COHEN, IT w ,•,,!'''" %  '' p artn< rs A I AN KING and MANFRED .1. BERLINER, Attorneys t,. : .sun Cohen and 'oil* II 10 13-20 27 |] :: LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that lo engag! In "^"V,. Jm i' %  ] : name of U Mi iM.i.i, HOUSE at I;T •: %  .vv. mn Street, iniend to reglsti '•' jl i the Clerk of the < 1 % %  "" ol l> %  ,. Florida EDNA S. SWARTZ JO-27 1 n )I LE A VAL BNTOVIC NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I it the undersigned slrlnn | MARiul "i"' ; ,he "-tltious name of MARDIDOR APARTMENTS at 1350 FLH'Z '?."." A V< "" "• M,aml B' o h. later sal : r the Cln : of Dade Count} Fl \V,''>;! : V EDELSTEIN"ai I ttH?^ KDELSTEIN A,t,.,,;.., fpr > .i...... I:,I, : Rebc • Ivlelsteln, hi wife ... J^PT 1 ?,7 BY PUBLICATION IN I III. CIRI'UIT COURT OF THE MTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Wi'. ol: DADE COUNTY, l-I.< .1:11 ..v IN CHANCERY, No. 135900 JANET NABER, Plaintiff, vs STANLEY NABER, Defendant. You, STANLEY NABER, HIT -Hill, Street, I i i City, New Jerae] are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the II.II of Complaint for divorce on plaintiff's attorney, and lie the original In the office of the < lerk or this Court on or before November 8, 1950, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against Dated October 9, pen i:.. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. 'I In uit Conn s. al) By K. H. RICE, JR., HAROLD SHAPIRO '"'" ul> C,erk I'lalnlitt s Attornei 927 Lincoln I; a d Miami Beach, Florida 10/13-20-27 11/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busm.ss under the fictitious name of THE JEWEL SALES CO. at 4L' North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name unh the Clerk of the Circuit Com; ,,r n.,,|e Coumv, r lorlda. THE JEWEL SHOP, INC. BEN ESSEN, ESQ Aitotni". for THE JEW EL Sllop, IX,-. 9 -' 1-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., ... NAME LAW NOI ICE IS HEREin Ql\ I 1 L< MAR SER\ CE HI kllami, Florida, Intend to Id ni with tl ol I ., :. I BONITA BAER ': interest MARJ< HtlK PEPPERC RN •m Interest KASS, FULLER ,v CULBREATH %  •I. -....:: .-. d Building Miami. Floi 10 13-20-27 11 :: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai: ; >'; aigni d, .._-,. m ; uini, r the fictitious n i THE CLIQUE BAR AND PACK MORE at 1232 Coral Way, Miam intends to reglsti • Id nun),' with the Clerk of the circuit Court of I id. i ouiitv Floi Ids AI.TA FELDSTEIN Sol.owner SAMUEL .1. RAND foi A it.i Feldsteln 1007 Hj mid.i Building Florida :i-:'7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious mime of PEARCE NU-ROOP COATING CO at 4337 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida MURRAY PEARCE BEN ESSEN, ESQ Attorney for MURRAY PEARCE :• 29 i" S-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business und.-r the fictitious name of Florida Physicians Supply at 2393 8.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Intend i" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ALEX and BEN GROSSMAN Co-partnera 9/29 1" 6-13-20 fICE In: n. | NA\?E ER LA F W :V,TIOUS nUiW,* al VEN thai to engage In '•fictitious name or £an Beach, Dade Intend to register %  '"/"k or the circuit ,,'••''"".>. Florida. Owners NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Cancellation Shoe Salon at 316 list Street. Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BERNARD SCHNEIDER Sol,. Owner COURSHON .v COURSHON 233 Lincoln Road Miami Beacff, Fla. Attorneys for Applicant 9/29 10/6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKKKKY CIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fictitious name of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, HAM-: COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 23341. RE: ESTATE I IP SARAH SCHWARTZSINITSKY also known as SARAH SCHWARTZ Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given thai l have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as administrator or the estat. of Sarah Schwartz Sinitsky also known as Sarah Schwartz, deceased; and that on the Mh day of November, 1950, I "ill apply to the Honorable W. P. I'.lanton. County .Indue of Had, County, Florida, for approval of Bald final report and for final discharge as administrator of the Estate of Sarah Schwartz Sinitsky also known as Sarah Schwartz. De. ased. This 3rd day of October, l!o". B CHARLES SINITSKY NATHANSON, OKA .\ SPAET 330 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Bj HAROU) B. SPAET Attorneys for Charles Sinitsky, administrator 10/6 I 20-2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 23088, RE: ESTATE IF SARAH BRAUNSTE1N, NOTICE la hereby given that I have riled my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, deceased: and that on the ^7 day of October, 1950, will applv to the Honorable W. P. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge ns Admin:-' ttor <.r the Estate of SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, I ased. This 27th if September, I930 MAURICE BRAUNSTEIN MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator : %  29 l" 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Robei s Mi n's Shop at 1357 u ton Ave., Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Ircult Court of Hade County. Florid i, ROBERT OREENBERG Sole Owner EDWARD s. KLEIN Vtti rney for am, Meant 605 Lincoln Road l 13-2 1-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the Fictitious name of Pittsburgh Movers al 69! N. W, 60th Street, Miami, Fla., intends t,, r< said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. FAIL BERLIN Sol,i iwner M 6-13-20-27 OUSllieSS lllUlcl Ille I Id n KM,.-, e.woc ••< Apex Printing Service al 29 N. E. 14th %  i • '. Mia mi. Floi Ida, iniend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida. HERBERT ESSEN and ROSE ESSEN, Owners MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant* Congress Building I 29 i" 6-13-20 PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 *• N. C. Snd ST. MIAMI St. PL.A. '****'fc^Of> ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OP THE IITI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY, No. 135731. FRANCIS JOHN SWOCHAK, Plaintiff, vs. FERN SWOCHAK, Defendant. TO: FERN SWOCHAK Residence Unknown You are herebj notified thai a Bill ,.f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you ar,hereby i .1 to set \ e a c..|,\ of your answer to the Hill or Complaint on plaintiff's attorney, and rile the original Answer in the office of t he clerk or the circuit Court, on or before the 2 day of November, l!>:,LD MELTZER H ALTER FELTMAN Owners MYERS, HEIMAN .V KAPLAN Attorneys for applicants 10 6-13-20-27 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Till-; ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.— IN CHANCERY, No >| LAURA COOKLISH, Plaintiff, VS PRANCES .1. Ci IOKLISH, 1 iffcndant. YOU, PRANCES J. COOKLISH. Delivery, Boroi II ill, Brooklyn, New York, are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Dlvorci has been t iled at i n -t you and you are required to serve a eopj or your Answei or Pleading to the Uitl or Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ, 922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida. and file il 'iglnal Answer or Pleading in the office or the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 26th day of i ictober, 1930. If you fall %  so. judgment by default will be taken • you foi the relief demanded in the BUI ,.r Complaint. HONK AND • 'RDERED al M Pip Ida, this 26th day of September. 1950. '' R LEATHERMAN, Clerk, rt, Dade County, Florida (Cn nt Court .-..i.i By M. c. FEIOE, Deputy Clerk. THEODORE J, SAK( IWITZ v y for Plaintiff, i-L'j Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. 9 :. %  10 s-13-20 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN i' 1 d'N'TV JUDGE s COURT, I 'Al HJ Col "NT V. I'M dill'A. —No. 23580. RE: ESTATE I >F EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN, I • i%  l. Ni' I'll 'i: i hen by given thai I hai %  filed mj final report and petition for I'in ill': Ancillary Ad trator ( I.T.A. ol the %  -• iti of El 'ITH WILLETT SURKEIN, deceased; and that on the 7th day of November, 1930, apply i" th. Hono ib W. P. BLANTI IN, COUI tj Ju Ige l •. Ida, for approval of 1 final ri l and for final dls'ii T _,. a Anclll irj Adm ilsl itor C r A. of th. IM .-. of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN, This 2 'th daj of September, THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ 10 6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT t'l >t"RT c ip THE I1TH JUD1CI M. CRl 'UIT IN AND FOR HADE C' lUXTY, FLORIDA.IN CIIAN'i 'ERY, No. 1.15959, JESSIE A. ASH. Plaintiff, vs. FR VNKLIN M \ s 11. I', rendant. Ti I: FRANKLIN M, ASH JIM I'AI.V ROAD TAYLOB CENTER, MICHIGAN YOB are required to serve a copy of your answer !•• the Rill of Comi for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer in the Of til" ClelU of the ClrCUlt Court on or before the 18th day of November, A.D. 1950: otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce hevei ed herein will be taken as confessed 1\ yOU. DATED al Miami, Florida, on this 10 day of October, itfio, E. Ii. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of i 'Ircull Court I > id. i 'ounty Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor, NORMAN It. LYONS ni4 Olympla Building Miami, Florida. 10/13-20-27 11/3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT CI lURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND F >R DADE '•' IUNTV, — IN' CHANCERY, N ., 135717, JUI'lTII GROVER, Plaintiff, vs. HERBERT QRoVER, Defi ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HERBERT QRi iVER fii Jerome Avenue Bronx, Ni W V"ik You are herehj i itified that a r.ill i beet filed against you, ami you are requii ed to serve a eo] %  T j i or Plea I ng : %  : ii l :ill bl Co on the Plaintiff's Attorneys, I ALLOT SILVER, I A I'll AM ,v \\ VYNB, 1214 8 Bldg., Miami. F Ii:" th" ii :. ni I Answer ,,. %  I'l, id ng In the offl of the CU rk Court on or i fore the 1st day :' Now 'ni,. %  ', 195 I If sou fall to do BO, j idg default will be takei against vi i for the relief demanded In Hir.ill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for lour consecutlv) In Th,Ji Isll Floi idi MI. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, 1 liav of Si 'tl A.D. R. l: LEATHERMAN, i" (k, loui t, l lade i 'ount; Fl u Ida (Circuit Com I Si n 11 By WM. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. PALLOT, SILVER, TATHAM .V WAYNE lL'it Congress iiuiiding Miami. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 10/6-13-20-27



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9.jemiancr*Mar TODAY. OCTOBER Itental Stadent fr. Kaplan Renamed K^E Rabbinical Head -1 %  North Miami Savings Open Friday Evenings %  • %  ; T Mas Legion Women Pirk Mrs. Plalkin \ : Youth Rounc-Up Will Entertain Golden Agers ? NAT GANS : M • — 4-rrsl r r .. | : ••:= • %  : £ ; •,-••. :: "i • I "1 -:" =-• %  • • %  = :; • • %  • = %  i5 • & %  -I •---:-: %  pres;5.: A.-:-7BE ". r. I %  -SAVORY BAKE SHOP Mr and Mrs Fisher Original Ownen An Bsrk A:t: T: Serr* y;-_ -•:-e F-n es*. Hikery Products Beth B Ladie* To Hold Lnneheon %  %  Shape* i; Z-'i-i--'-'. ; %  ; :,:.'. -'•;>: %  .. %  i s r recant %  aea -'' Mrs. Swimmer are ::-: Reservaa ; :;• tali .--.Irl P-13W >l alloy. Abdo Join l^w Firm t >med the te :--::?-.. : 5—ver and Tatham which -.._ a nan I PaJ t. Silver rathan % %  :.'..:: %  • > .= i paduate -.; the li-w 5.:.-.-•:: lb* '-".v?:;.:y :f NC.iand Abtk :? the Hanrara i rbe former baa been a member .'. the C S Davit Caa _-i Abi: %  *': raated %  .:.-. the firm ..." '.: r-~%  ~ • ~ .JZ'^J*:Z Top pr-.xew.nnen in the 'Top* in Our Town b:esrij t held • --. TMX *• -he I>lano Hotel* Blue Room an %  ---:^:.:v.Uh Met, Ida Optner center president oJ the Nan' 3ech B'wi : :.-.Women* Chapter. ca organizer of :-.: Bnt %  :~ t „,.. ha 3:; = :€.Mhaai Highest award we* bestcwe-c .--MJ V £ Gtis-er :cr r.r ;rjsui cirrc aehieTemant* :;: =--*:;. s crga-oi tions. Second pr.e u awarded to Mr*. Harry Ka.frr.a-. shew-,I lafJ cf Mrs. Cpmer. who shares th honor .:.-. Mrs. Camilij >ic'-=erB*u=. A! left sad right ar* Bra: E nth -embeS ::: r.u Mrs. Milton Wrinkle and Mrs. Chartea Z. Goldbtr'A'^i=ers c: Qkfatd priia for community BHttibatioai er e VH Harry Gcraos and Mrv Irring Cypen. Honcrar.e rr.errions te Mr*. S. B. Liefcman. Mr*. S. H. Lealia and Mrs HM WBBBJ The *el*cr;orii were made by Mayor* Ke^h ?.-....:?$ Wi-i^, Wahaatfe and Harold Turk on the basis of terrer* :-:e:T*i STri hundred women attended the breakfast at the r>e^ar.;. I 'apt. Joe s Fish Marts WHTTE FTSH • PIKE • CARP GROUND FHEE Wner: LL 5N V5 ••: 5 "K" 5tSt—"ON THE TRAH 4U W Flacker—"AT THE BRIDGE CHOICE FA3HXY PLOTS la Jewiah Sectioa—WoocQawn Ptrrk Cemetery AVAlaLABLE XOW! Far Details and hJormanon CaD Ccmeter? Cr£:e 4-5922 Couple*. Club To Install Leaders LENOX MANOR BOOMS WITH IT2 HEALS ~%  : %  : %  — ;;:.:.: Pities—F:e* Serr-.se :: Bear ?:: — : w-.rr: T:.:.* I-cr:-s-^—?.eaj-;nah'.e I* L<;:x A.T_ M.am: Beach Z .;.; :.-trfl :\i..,.. r. iance H the Shore :.-: ;-: -. KN vesr t>er 4 T thai -: : -.i .. • %  i and Irma %  ELECT TOM WOOD vonr a CONSTABLE Experienced-Courteous Dependable The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHHW' Tne Only Community-Wide Kashruth Associi-.:Acer.ry cf the Greater Miami Jewish Feceri-..:pubUc: 1. That only store* where the *i-fn of the 8MVB are diiplayec are endorsed by tha Vaas 2. Thar only chicken* w.th the ring of the GMVH are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher3. That only FRESHLY KILLED chickem -.--• GMVH may be purchased in the life pe %  -.-.:r 4. Tnar CCLD ch:cken* in the lire poultry -i-: -e Vaad because they may :-: rirhh-aria%  -rsras ON %  Eoocited :Not to be misied by siatemenrs such as Baa sirred under the impression that trey ire *: Tnar s:cr which are no: endorsed by •_-.* -_Vaad are no: allowed to use the r-nc :: c : : .-.. ...._,... ,;.;.Kit—.t:i :. %  _' %  S %  (( •, st SCCV S*c%  -I :..-.: 3f lb aarket % | nr.r.ot b .;: Zaaai • ;r.il meali i.-.er: = i:er Mianu •..-.e GMVH ...... s-S = r --[15 HOTEL OWNERS APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOOSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES Joseph Bimhaum has been appc-nre-s tis->r.i:t d^rec-.cr :: ihe Yiddish Class.:!. Hour by V. crr -.s %  aaatfi paapnai aTaactac Tka class;c. hour J a fearer* staricn V.1NZ r^trd Tuesday from S :o -1 P~m. *nh Sunday from 12 ry,^! %  1:3-2 ?SZadFI-Mr 1211 W 3


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PAGE EIGHT vJenist nwHSari Gables Women Will Observe I duration Week fa E S Foseph H •': %  :ir.g l %  ats I .r. = The sisi %  r 22 : prr.. .:idren. ie by 57-749 IN THE MAIL 4 •. S: Ens I %  %  : ; : Bead M I %  % %  '.'.' %  %  i %  .::-. reading ana .r.g. nkina :• in inticip iti n ':" HI i faithi JOAN SINGER. Hillbilly Harvest Dance %  28. at %  I Lazar Unveiling : M 1 Cemetery %  1 Indov/sky Unveiling 5ui • 22 at 2 Ml i .-:. : ".: : %  VI Goldstein Unveiling Th( .:....:.. thi late Myer Octol J_ iating. Mr. G I iri rt. ArThurmoi t C Bditoi % %  •"• Flondian Dear The Rabbinical Association of M to claril nt pul lisbed m your Philip Freed %  the '' ector ol the M •-•. t been ap: a a %  faith : : : I Sec> Kacliinali I'nil Plans I.IIIH hcon K n ol %  Tuesd Le i G nast id M : Beach Center Opens Nursery Beach Jewish Cei %  I %  Chil n three I fiv .be and classes will held M '.. thi .ugh Friday '. 9a: 12 n n Children ced up and delivered b> A typical daily schedule (ol is: 9 to 10 a.m.—outi ilides, blocks; 10 to 10:30 a.m.—juice and crackI period: 10:30 to 11 a.m.— play—arts and crafts, t I 11:30 — mu : i :20 to 1: ems and drama".. :: -i> to 12 Doon—washup—chil: : home. ..." %  the age gr needs, w and r •d in %  :. h I ildn be ; •: %  %  :.: the sisterttee in I I %  :Shown planning the program of acuities for the N School of the Miami Beach Jewish Center are Mrs. Nelan S* Fred Berkovitx and Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. Obituaries VAX FIRESTONE *:;_:-". • .* % %  • v :_ • %  %  %  • l • KrilRhl nt Cat • %  %  '• • -: • i %  • ii Edith rs • • Ai uld Oott. %  '. '].:-. U • Rogers, Wood Lead In Constable Race : • bein and stormy winds select George F. and Tom Wood for the run-off for constable in D. "'.'.Rogers received 695 votes: W : 659. They will run it off in the second primary next Tuesday. 55.000 eligible registrants only 3.814 voters cast ballots in Tuesday's first primary. It was a special election to fill the unexpired term of O. D. "Jack'" Hen.-.. who resigned as constable when he was sworn in as Miami city safety director. Show Pro*eeds LKar marked For Haven School A ntest t f:nd the "mo. iinty child" will be I held in D.r.Ki y auditorium December 8. with proceeds goiny Haven S retarded t Ken '.all. VI. Von AJ i board of dibeen i ll %  ;. :.:..• .. :. H ill II Ax said all Dad. Idrcn between the ages %  irds will %  %  D • nly 'ne of S lUth." Haven School p: children incapable of red education meth "Th( %  %  of speeU • r the pa nel of thi ex % %  '•: ; the past*: thati f final %  o f thei .. G ~ I : Di Item i BENJAMIN KAPLAN .M %  Ti.H ••--.' %  %  • :: • %  • %  %  1 Card Party Scheduled • rhood of Kneseth Israel Congregation will sponsor a card and program on Tuesday. e 24, in the social hall ol according ti Ml ... president. OAe. ABlon Hold Andron Management Now Renting For The Season Swimming Pool and Cabana Club on Premises] Air Conditioned Cocktail Lounge Entertainment Nightly DeLuxe Studio Type Rooms Radio in Every Room Inquire About Our Special Monthly & Seasonal Rates Phone 5-2901 Eli Andron. Managing Direct* | Lincoln Road and James Avenue YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING— D O N SEND SELF PACKED FOOD PARCELS! T LET THEM DOWN! Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. FOOD NET WEIGHT 55 LBS. .HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND. FOR A FAMILY 3 lbs. Canned Meat: 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter8 ,* C £"*$ "" M,lk Powd r '"' Canned Milk; I, D ^" d Frl ,, ,nc 'Nut : 8 Ibt. Dried Vegetable!: 8 Ibt. Canned Fih:8 lb.. Chocolate, incl. Cake and Candie.: 8 lbs R,ce: 8 Ibt. Legume. 'Peat. Beam, etc.); 8 lb.. Cereals; 8 lb.. Canned Fr U ,t: 8 ibt Jelliet and Jams: 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lb. Coffee: < nt. Meat and Soup Extracts: 2 lbs Tea2 lbs Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF: CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! We ship to Israel your self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only 14c per lb. for shipping your parcel, to Israel. We call for the parcelt at your home without any extra charge to you. (Itrael dutie. prepaid here 1t>c per each lb) Your relative, have nothing to pay there. 'Outside Metropol. Area charge, for .elf-packed parcel* .liohtiv higher • FOR FAST DELIVERY PARCtL 17 ft) lb $11.75 % %  lb Meat ( can. Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Chee.e 1 lb Butter 1 lb. Oil ': lb Egg 1 can Sardinet i ox. Tea ? bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. Sugar Powder (18 eggs) BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels in Time for CHANUKAH PARCEL 16-25 lb .S12.75 PARCEL 19 3 lb $18.75 1 lb. Cocoa -1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle SouP f lb Meat < cans Milk 2 in. Butter 2 lb. Margarine 1 lb. Veg Fat Z lb. Rice 2 lb. Split Peas Z lb. Sugar 1 lb. Prunet 1 lb Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Oil 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops oz. Tea 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix 1 %  _lb. Egg Powder BRAND NEW Philco Refrigerator $240.00 PlU. duties Also 1951 WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS NOW — No import license necessary. No red tape. FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO ? lb. Meat 6 can. Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb Oil ; lb. Sugar 2 lb. Lima Beans lb Barley '; lb. Egg Powder PARCEL 18|5 lb. lb Meat \ IS' Che'eVe 3 lb. Butter <*> %  Ch *" 1 lb Cocoa Send your check or money ordetj come in person for your cert^ 8 e98> S12.50 NEW YORK OFFICE 145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y. (Corner 9th Street) Tel. ORegon 7.2670 Seven (7) other high class food parcelt, "liqhtning fatt delivery" from two to tour days, contain%  ng up to 7 lbs. of Meat. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. Farr I ours Roney Plaza 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. B.SS27 1.5328 Uptown Office 6638 Collins Avenue Tel 86-1472 MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE377 BLAKE AVE.. B'KLYN 12. N. Y. one Ave., Tel. DI 2-9652 and HY 47292 New ... all five 1951 We.tinghou.e Refrigerator, are now available without import licence, no red tape Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and SOUP 200 Cigarettes mci and delivery C bars fancy face soap 200 dutie. $9.95 $399 Cigarettes and 6 bar' „, soap, inclusive du, '" t1 i f l5 liveriet by Air$1 W Express



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nrAY. OCTOBER 20. 1950 J^i B'rith I nits Ve te VA Patients s-mma Laz.irus Chapter, Busi., n d Professional Women, K"i B'rith, and Isaac Levin lodge. B'nai B'rith, were joint ,f N of a show night for S2SS55d veterans in the TB It the VA Hospital in Coral Gables last week. qtars in Ihe program were Mel Murray, master of ceremonies of Se Continental Hotel and Henry nar pantomime artist. Members „. the Emma Lazarus Chapter presided as hostesses and served refreshments. The program was arranged by Bob Levin and Miriam Goldstein nA is one of a series of year tound weekly parties sponsored by B'nai B'rith for patients of ,1 U hospital. _____ Workshop Will Present Life Of Dr. Goldberger Thi life of Dr. Joseph Goldscientist who discovered :.,: pellagra and many other will be presented by R a di i Workshop for Democracy on Sunday. October 22, at 7:45 p.m. over radio station WMIE. Appearing in this week's broadill be Eleanor Zolecki, Bob Brenner. Robert Baron, Bill G Lowell Thing and M. J. Berlii I program is directed by le Marx, with Steve Kess|er as musical director. l.ablVs Lodge Hears Dr. Fried I I): Berthold Friedl of the department at the Miami, was the princi] %  '' aker at a meeting of the Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai i' n Tuesday, October 17. 5 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The program commemorated tin 107th aniversary of the found: B'nai B'rith and featured count of Dr. Friedl's recent trip to Israel where he was the guest of president of B'nai B'rith Lodges in that country. The Women's Chapter also participate din the program planned by Theodore Wayne. Faye Emerson Stars In Radio Drama Sunday Faye Emerson, first lady of TV, I stars in "An American Comes 1 Home," latest in the New Fron' tier series, which will be heard Sunday, October 22, at 10:45 a.m. over station WIOD. "An American Comes Home" tells the story of a telephone operator who stirs the conscience of a community to accept its obligations to those who fought and died to defend democracy. This latest series is produced by the Institute for Democratic Education and presented in Greater Miami through the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. Jenist ThrMian Obituaries DAVID NOTKIN 67, of 420 Collins Ave., passed nwav lOctober 13. He came here from I-..* Angeles .-i year ago. His wife Leah survives. Service* ware held at tinRiverside Memorial Chapel, Miami Reach, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating:. Interment iimk place In .Mi. Slnal Cemetery, Mr. x,,tkin was a member of the Jewish National Workers Alliance, Blallk Branch 290, PAGE FIFTEEN Cardiac; Home Unit Plans Ranee Plans are now being completed for a fall dinner-dance to be given by the Miami Chapter of National Children's Cardiac Home at the Clover Club on Sunday, October 22. at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Leon Freed, chairman, is being assisted by the Mesdames Harold Cohen, Henry Green and Abe Robinson. MRS. MOLLIE DERNIS 82, of 33j Washington Ave., passed away October 13. Survivors Include her husband Joseph, two Bons, Charles and -lark, of Miami Beach, seven grandchildren. Services were conducted ; %  ( New York. Services were conducted in the Gordon Funeral Chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment took place in Mt. Slnal Cemetery. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 BELLE ROSENBLUM S3, ..f I '.,:; %  ; S.W. 16th St., passed away on tin13th. A resident for 11 years, Mrs. Rosenblum came here from Butler, I'a. Active in charitable circles, she was -> patron "f the National Children's Cardiac Homo. Services were conducted in the Gordon FNineral Chapel with Rabbi Simon April officiating, Entombment followed In the Woodiawn Park Mausoleum. SAM WERNER 68, of 1 4 r. N'.W. li'.tli St., jiasMed away October 14. He was a retired tailor and came hire six yean ajo from Milwaukee. He is survived by his wife, Alice; two daughters, Mrs. Selma Koppel ami Ruth Werner; tin.',' sons. Albert, Bennett and Lorry; also five grandchildren. Services were conducted by Rabbi Simon April in the •'.onion Funeral Chapel with Interment following in Ml. Sinai Cemetery. Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS MORRIS FEDER I;I. nf 3071 s.w. 18th St., passed away suddenly at his home early Monday morning. n cleaning business. Surviving are his uii,. Minnie; five daughters, Including Mrs. Belle Lawrence, "f Miami: also tw.. grandchildren. Services were conducted in the Gordon Funeral Chapel by Rabbi Mui aj Gra ler, with Interin following in Mt. Ni bo > '• 'i %  % %  LEAH CAPLAN 2S Pi nnsj Ivan la Ave passed In a local hospital • tober 13. She leaves eight children nnd lias been a resident here ror the past 20 years. The n man:were -• nl to Atlantli City f. and Int, rmi nt bj B, a. h Memorial Chapel. DAVID S. RUBINOW >: .a i"" s W. 6th St., passed away Saturday. He came here from Now v ... ; | yi igo Survivors Include his wife, Sarah B., two Btfns, Lee J. ,,,,1 George li.; two daughters, Mis. Haro l.l Parson and Mrs David Spero. all of Miami. S. ivlces were conducted Mondn> In Plaglet Chapel with Inter11,,-1,. In VV Ilawn Cemetery. UPHOLSTERING (in all its branches) Old or New Custom Built Expert Workmanship DRAPES SLIP COVERS Reasonable Reliable "All Work Guaranteed" 829 N.W. 62nd St. Temp. Ph. 78-4077 Bottled and Dlst. by Southern Beverages 2055 N.W. 7th Av.~ Miami Phone 3-3121 S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Art. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Filth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues, and Private Us*. Alo for Hebrew Schools, Telephone 5-9017 HOROWITZMARGARETEN MATZOHS Made from fresh, crisp —"The Mctzoh with the Taste". The modern way to "bread" fish, chops, cutlets superior in stuffings and fillings of aH kinds. Excellent for knoedlach. Not too coarse, not too fine IT'S JUST RIGHT! _. pancakes. The taste tells you it's good! The name tells you it's Kosher! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, HfC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE Boats Machinery Office Safes Household Concrete Pouring Move Anything 31 Years of Experience in the Greater Miami Area 2236 N. W. Miami Court Phone 9-8959 — 83-6437 VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY "TRIXIE" CONEY ISLAND'S FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER • VILLA CAPRI • • ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE PIZZA! ^immie £te2ea, halt COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. 9-2557



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rPTDAY. OCTOBER 20 1950 +Jewish noridktr PAGE THIRTEEN Jewish Leaders lo Attend Parley K,, e than 300 representatives Mi communities throughJe t he South Eastern United I m eet in Miami Beach. J %  „, 4 and 5 to discuss \ stance to Jewish surL' grating to Israel the 1: states ;md other lands, as t the integration of thous* ,rmer DP's into Amet' „n will be a combined ence sponsored by button Committee, nerican agency aiding jews abroad, and the f for New Amenmal agency charged ; sponsibility for receiv\ ttling DPi and other J ,gees arriving in this I [h JDC and USNA 1 funds for their opi %  ::i the United Jewish I Beach meeting, to the Hotel Sorrento, ;. gether outstanding | from nine states. ima, Georgia, Flor; and South Carolina. I i Tennessee, southern! V nd southern Louisiana. I man of the gathering L, Dai Ruskin, of Miami Beach. J g USNA leader, and %  ';,.,-, % %  li. Epstein, of New Or%  ns. chairman of JDC's South m_ t Region. f v combined meeting. I'SN \ 1 "ders will discuss the 's new responsibilities un: I U.S. Displaced Persons K • ,[ 1950, including the pro%  '. n of increased job and housmssurances by communities. w DP Act, which extended 1DP program to the middle of 51. made it possible for thous1 if previously ineligible Jew. % %  HP's who arrived in the rn zones of Germany and %  Austria between December 22. M 194= nd January 1, 1949, to apply H,r admission to the U.S. Some 135.000 Jewish men. women and %  children are expected to seek [entry into this country, in addiI the thousands who have ffliread.V arrived. N lionally known Jewish leadlets will describe current emeruenties in JDC's resettlement prowhich have placed tremenlins on JDC's 1950 I lion budget. JDC. faced I asing appeals for emin assistance from Jews in iPolan i. Rumania, Iran, Iraq and I has already postponed ation of some 75,000 aftcr 1950. However, at I 000 "now or never" emiist be aided to reach IS and other areas in monthi of this year. District Leader To Conduct BB Indoctrination Institute October 29 Joseph M. Lipton, president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association cf Miami, (seated) accepts appointment as honorary chairman of the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith banquet and dinner dance to be held November 12 at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. The affair will honor international president of B'nai B'rith, Frank Goldman, who makes his first appearance in the Greater Miami area. Shown with Lipton, (1. to r.) are: Sidney Aronovitz, president of Sho'em Lodge; Jerome Weinkle. general chairman: Lipton; and E. Albert Pallot, ticket chairman. Melvin S. Harris, Columbia, S. C, first vice president of B'nai i B'rith District Grand Lodge Five, ] will visit the Greater Miami area to conduct an indoctrination proj gram at the Sorrento Hotel on I Sunday, October 29. The program, designed for all B'nai B'rith officers, will demonstrate the responsibilities and functions of these leaders within the framework of their B'nai B'rith organizations. Sessions will open at 10 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m. with luncheon scheduled for noon. Louis Heiman, past president ol the districl and Sholem Lodge, will conduct a seminar on the Hilli foundations, describing the specific benefits extended to Jewish college youth on more than 200 campuses in the United Stati Gilbert J. Balkin. Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nji B'rith. will lead a discussion on the philosophy and program of the ADL. A seminar group on B'nai B'rith Youth Organization will be ducted by Milton A. 1 national youth commissi ler. General chairman of th nation day event.. Rauzin. Luncheon r be made by callini B'rith of 1 ices at 82-561 Northside Jewish Center Will Install Officers Northside Je I i will hold stallal Id i %  Ocl 29, at 't i H •• I. [. Zu Noah Webster founded the American Minerva in New York in 1739 with the assistance of Alexander Hamilton. Samuel Adams did most of his effective work in leading the [movement for independence by writing for the press. The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alto completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings. Bar Mitzv.ihs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4.522, FOR INFORMATION I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure rti FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at E "d of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek S" At Y6vr Grocer's HEIN£^#E&IR % %  qppi & aj, iTastelhe VlforJDERFUL DEFERENCE In HElNZSLSOOP Strictly KOSHERM1LCHIG One Of Tne 5 KOSHER Heinz Soups mm TOMATO, SOUP, %  Wfa&' .1 UWMZC vSo Rich It Goes FURTHER HEINZ /Tomato Ketchup Works Wonders For Graces. Stews, ffsh Or Leftovers TOMATO/ I KETCHUP I CHILI ISAUCE Mo Other CHILI SAUCE Tastes Like HEINZ -ExtraThick. Rich Ar>4 P"H n* f$-tr Only Hor.esf-To-Gooa'ness OtenBokiryj Makes Bear* As Tender As ||£, Ni \ M The S (y) -f KOSHER. SEAL... %  ___SS__iT /7 mtuib Strictly KOSHER Strictly VEGETARIAN Strictly PAR6VE Look on the front of the labels for the seal of endorsement of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS of AMERICA!



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rpinAY. OCTOBER 20. 1950 vjewisl) Fkridiaun PAGE FIVE Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN \\ \SIIINGTON — Non-Jewish Is in high government cir,. asking i'.' Jewish organizations are beginning to succumb I "Commiphobia. Are Jewish .izations showing symptoms S am • sort of hysteria.which i the passage of the Mer n concentration ramp bill — the bill these organizations opposed? They opopsed the bill as a threat to democracy and to Jewry .,„,! because it would make martyrs out of Communists and do them more good than harm. fcre Jews becoming victims of the V ery hysteria they so recently condemned? prominent Jews have suggested that leftist organizations should bt expelled from the Jewish community and that Communists and fellow travelers, who follow the Moscow line, be kicked out of all respectable Jewish organizations. It has been reported that Oscar Cohen, national community service director of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Detamation League, urges ••the expulsion of Communists found in Jewish organizations." irees close to Attorney Gen,1. Howard McGrath, who the department of governi barged with responsibility nternal security, expressed amazement at these reports. One asked if such a move i not do the Jews more harm d in that "it would sugtheir organizations Communists—when in fact %  pi ibably very, very few such subversives in imnl Jewish groups." McGrath himself has warned "vig inte" justice and security legislation "containing the same shrill overtones of hysteria." The Attorney General cannot be considered, even by the most frenzied, to be indifferc nt to Communism or unmindful of the n al dangi rs ol Red espionage or sabotage. He wants effeel ve itrol Ri (Is but no) which would indiscrimin Reds and liberals, blurring the important distinction between them, impeding both democracy and counter-intelligence. McGrath said: '"Techniques of suppri and compelling adherence to the 'party line' are the very mark of Communism itself in lands where it holds sway. We cannot afford to be misled into believing that we will be providing machinery | to combat espionage and sabotage by adopting such techniques." Ralph Waldo Emerson warned that we often become what we hate. In this vein. Rear Admiral Sidney W. Souers, special consultant to President Truman on security, told an FBI graduating class that "unrestrained and indiscriminate anti-Communist activity can be just as dangerous to American institutions as Communist activity itself." A note of caution was sounded, meanwhile, by Isaiah M. Minkoff. executive director of the Jewish National Community Relations Advisory Council. Minkoff said. "In our fight for civil rights and civil liberties in the United States, Jewish community relations organizations have never permitted the poison from the Communist left to come in and, in continuing that fight today, we must be just as effective in keeping out the n thi fas isl right." Hi also warned against the respectaYouth Breakfast Services Re-Open Youth breakfast services will be resumed at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday. October 22, at 9:15 a.m. it has been announced by Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader. e morning me< tings have attracted as many as 100 '• i who participate in religious I -. forum programs and musical event.--, the rabbi disclosed. Hosts for the first breakfast service of the season will be Mr. I and Mrs. Morris Cohen. Arrangements will be made by the Sisterhood with Mrs. Harry Seligman in charge. Following services in the chapel I led by Rabbi Lehrman, breakfast will be served in the dining room Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring will lead in community singing. bility that is being given to those on the ultra-right just because %  they are also anti-Communist, pointing out that it must never be forgotten that some of these ani-Communists are also antiSemitic and anti-everything else I that counts for preserving our democracy. If you are connected with any group actively engaged in fighting against segregation or religious discrimination and are having too much success to suit bigots ; they have to do is to loudly yell that you are a Communist or a radical. All they have to do it thej don't like you or your organization is to scream like Sen. McCarthy, over and over again. Pei pie will then say, where then is so much smoke there must fire. Anti-Semites will have tl eir %  j i 1 v and Jewish may be on the verge of helping them bring Uiis abi Should our organizations become hysterical, they maj contribute toward their own destruction. In Germany of 1933, some prominent Jews said, "It's only the Reds and noisy ones who Hitler will hurt. Four own own preservation we must disown such elements." Making final arrangements for the "Square and Round Ball" to be sponsored by the Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District on Sunday. October 22, are (1. to r.) Sondra Palmer, Sam Soldinger, Gil Rappaport and Gertrude Migdall. \ %  Brarh Masada To Sponsor l)an<*< Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District will sponsor .. "Square and Round Ball" to be held at the Shelborne Hotel. Sundaj evening, October 22. Music will be supplied by Michael Marvin and his orchestra. Entertainment is under the direction of Dramatics Chairman Lenny Schwartz. Fund-raising Chairman Gil Rappaport is in %  of an angements witl Soldinger, posters; Edith Feld donte Popo\ chairman: Pearl Protzell, responds nee; Gertrude Mi 11 ists; Sondra Pi %  •ity. Proceeds will go toward .' Israeli projei I Group Re-Organized The Sabra Young Judaeans met October 5 at the home of Alitta Hoffman. 7834 Abbott Ave.. Miami Beach, to reorganize for the coming year. Interview To Be Aired Mrs. Marie Volpe. manage* f the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will inte. members of the Miami Beach Exchange Club committee in charge of the Sunday night concert series on Saturday, October 21, a: G p.m. over WKAT club ha.s undertaken sp >ns i of the series for its University of GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St.. Miami PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 Shorhet on Premises Wednesday & Thursday 8 A. M. to 12 Noon LOWEST PRICES ON POULTRY! Distributors for Nationally Known — Leading Brands Widely Advertised MIAMI WHOLESALE CORPORATION Workers in the Jewish Home for the Aged S250.000 campaign turned in S20.192 at the first report meeting last week. Shown here are key members of the drive steering committee. They are (1. to r.) Leo Steinman. Irving Frankel, Sam Aronstein. Harry Levine. Harry Danziger. Second progress report meeting is scheduled for Tuesday. October 24. at 8 p.m. in the conference room of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 420 Lincoln Road. A meeting of the home building committee is slated for Friday. October 20, at 2 p.m. at the Cortley Hotel, 245 181h St.. Miami Beach. The steering committee will convene at the same place at 2 cm. Judge Harold B. Spael, campaign chairman, has issued an appeal for additional volunteers for the house-to-house phase of soliciatalion. MEWS Hose Underwear Work Clothes Shirts Bathing Suits Walking Shorts CHILDREN'S Hosiery Play Clothes Underwear Dresses Bathing Suits HARRISON SIGN SHOP Signs Truck Lettering Show Cards Raised Wood Letters Silk Screen Process 623 N. E. 78th St. Ph. 78-2964 Coral Gables Zionists Slate Election Meeting First general meeting and election of officers of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, according to an announcement by Norman R. Lyons, president. 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IUDAY. OC TOBER 20, 1950 +Jewish fUrldiar PAGE THREE j h ,. r Given Regional I.I I H I Post, [Jyers Principal Speaker At Parley JJbcrt E. Scher was elected president of the Southeast of the Council of lice feS h r Federationi and Welfare l*Hs held last weekend at the und : v It Hotel in New Orleans named to the regiona tose Miamians^-.---^ inrfude R Irving Frankel, xcc utivi' ^Benjamin Meyers. [ Monte Selig and Judge Brold B. Spaet. Kl y .,,Ml.itions passed oy reshould be conducted within the welfare funds." "With respect to this primary source of income for Israel," he continued, "our responsibilities of our welfare funds in 1951, will be to make American Jews fully aware of the realities and difficulties that Israel faces and to secure through our welfare funds maximum contributed funds for the United Jewish Appeal." Referring to the proposed bond drive for Israel, he urged that bonds for this purpose "must be over and above maximum funds contributed to welfare funds; and they must not be a diversion from or in any way a Study Group Resumes Saturday Sessions The Golda Meyerson Reading and Study Group has resumed its weekly sessions for the study of Beach Men Named To National ZOA Posts Two Miami Beach men, both vice presidents of the Miami Beach Zionist District, have been apancient and contemporary Jewish I Pointed to national posts in the literature. The unjt, which was founded one year ago by Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. meets every Saturday afternoon in the homes of members. Israeli (iroup Schedules Tea Zionist Organization of America, according to an announcement by Alex Van Straaten, district president. In recent communications from Benjamin G. Browdy, ZOA president, Ben Zion Ginsburg was notified that he has been appointed to serve on the national administrative council of the ZOA. Ginsburg is active in the Hebrew Academy and is president of the Miami Beach Apartment House Association. He held the Mrs. Harry Koretsky is scheduled to open her home at 6145 La Gorce Drive, Miami Beach, for a membership tea to be sponsored i substitute Z by the Israeli Group of Hadassah P s '' lon un ^ er ho administration philanthropic funds" SlUtt ^ on Thursday, October 19. at 1 l ^ !" **?** !" \ „ At the same time Myers stressed Pm B'nai B'rith Enroll 200 In First Phase Of Drive B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami and the Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood Lodges, enrolled 200 members at their recent kick-off breakfasts launching the national membership campaign, it has been announced by C. R. Jacobson, executive director. More than 100 membership workers canvsased the South Florida area in a torrential rain storm to invite Jewish residents of this community to join the ranks of B'nai B'rith. that local needs and programs are a primary responsibility of American JeJwry, adding, "There is still plenty to be done here at home—nationally and in each of our communities. Our local needs continue, our local programs still require support, gaps in service must be filled. Manpower and dollars to meet essentials at home will be as indispensable in 1D51 as in the past." In discussing Myer's presentation, Isaac Heller emphasized the need for "bringing back into the fold those in our communities who have not participated adequately." The former regional president urged the coordination of philanthropic efforts and the necessity for "boldly doing away with overlapping services" so that the most effective use can be made of philanthropic funds. The affair is also slated to honor the guest speaker, Mrs. Arthur Rubel, Hadassah field director, who recently returned from an extended toui of Israel. Mrs. Leon J. Ell will introduce Mrs. Fred Jonas, Greater Miami Chapter membership coordinator; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Greater Miami Chapter president; and Mrs. Murry Grossman, Florida regional president, who will extend greetings. Mrs. Irving Westin, president, has announced that the program is under the direction of Mrs. Alexander Kogan and Mrs. Leon Kronish. Assisting Mrs. Koretsky will be Mrs. Jack Udell, hospitality chairman, and the Mesdames J. C. Chutko, L. Edell, E. Felton, J. Wolf and J. Halfon. At the same time, I. R. Goodman was notified of his appointment to the national executive committee of the organization. Goodman is charman of the Zionist Council of South Florida. He served in the same eapacity under the administration of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Emanuel Neumann. Newspapers selling for a penny apiece were begun in the 1830's. Herbert E. Scher Beth El Elects New Officers K-onal leaders urged the creation &; Cenl ,1 Israeli Fund to insure i iuni benefit from philan1 pic contributions through Kcal welfare funds and intensive Bash collection efforts so that 1950 ^hocalion^ to beneficiaries of local velfare fund campaigns can be nade. Majo: speakers at the conference were Stanley C. Myers, national president of the CJFWF; Harry L. Lurie, executive director at the. CJFWF; and Major Alfred ftehman public relations director of the St. Louis Jewish Community Relations Council. In addressing the opening dinner given in his honor and in i.nor of Isaac S. Heller, New Means, both past presidents of .on, Myers reported on the conference that took place recently in Jerusalem between leaders of Ami'! ican Jewry and members lot the Israeli government. He |( ; i that welfare fund %  campaigns in 1951 must continue %  • their large-scale philanItliii pic responsibilities in Israel, Iwhich include housing, immigraItion and adjustment. Full recognition was given at the Jerusalem %  conference, Myers stated, that livery possible measure should be to uuard against any loss lof philanthropic dollars. According to Myers, "It was concluded i • the L'JA in 1951 should be jcont.nued, strengthened and if j %  le. enlarged, and as before, Sidney H. Palmer was re-elected president of Congregation Beth El at a meeting of the group last week. Others named to office include Philip Berkowitz, first vice president; Abraham Pepper, second vice president; J. Zalis, recording secretary; Albert Zisman, financial secretary; Morris Pepper, treasurer. Members of the board of directors are Alfred Perl, David Singer, Max Silver. Harry Pearl, Meyer Keilson, Daniel Weiner, Lewis Green, I. Schwartz and Max Rappaport. ^(• %  •"• %  sx Opening Jf^^^f 0ct 24 fM —^. 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liexwiislhJBIiOJpidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 23-NUMBER 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS Genocide Covenant ;SrS£ Is Ratified By UN : ,pted by the UN General Assembly in Paris in December, 1948, was signed here in the nee of representatives of the four latest ratifying nations -i %  Korea, Haiti and Cost-j This brought the total of ratifying countries to 22, two more than necessary to puttthe i ntion into force. It will into force 90 days from tod ."!>'. [n a statement to the Jewisli aphic Agency Professor !: iael Lemkin, who singloUy led the campaign for ad ption of the Convention, hail-jd the event as providing "for the [ii %  time in history" intern ational law to protect small nations and religious and racial group; extermination. "It will be s ng to the world," he said, ially in this century which nocidal century." '.. Lemkin thanked Jewisn lizations for the assistance had given in the genocide lign, and then emphasized i ,t help was still necessary t1 get ratification by the big especially the United Sates, to see that reservations to the Convention would not allow opponents of ratification to us? ambiguity and uncertainty as an excuse for postponing or shelving ia::fication. He said the procedure uf accepting reservation must be sm.ple and non-ambiguous and called upon Jewish organizations ani all those interested in the future of the Convention to follow ly the work of the UN Legal I .mittee. The Carnegie Endowment tor International Peace this weekend charged that the American Bar Ass iciation had misued a gran*. from the foundation by using the as to oppose ratification b;' the U.S. of the Genocide Convention. To U.S. Possible In Year I SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA)—All Jewish survivors eligible for can be year if abroad arc prepared to issue 20,000 visas month, Arthur Greenleigh, executive director of United Service for New Americans, this week told 250 West Coast Jewish leaders assembled here for a USNA regional conference. Mr. Greenleigh reported that approximately 30.000 Jewish suivivors, eligible under the liberalized DP Act, were awaiting clearance and transportation for resettlement in the United States Praising community support cf the USNA program, he said that communities throughout t li e country responded immediately to an urgent appeal for community job and housing assurances under the amended Act, and that provision was being made to care for every eligible newcomer. Knesset Rejects Cabinet Proposal By Ben Gurion The Israeli parliament Wednesday rejected a proposal by Premier David Ben Gurion for formation oi an interim allMapai (Labor) party government and Ben Gurion announced he will resign. The Knesset voted, 57 to 43, against the proposal. Weizmann Asks Bon Gurion To Form Now Cabinot And Itoinain In Offfro JERUSALEM, (JTA)—President Chaim Weizmann of Israel this week asked David Ben Gurion—who earlier had announced that the Israel Cabinet has resigned—to form a new Cabinet and remain in office in the interim. The appeal to Mr. Ben Gurion was delivered on the basis that he is the leader of the largest party in the Jewish state. JERUSALEM. (JTA) — David Ben Gurion who has been entrusted by President Dr. Chaim Weizmann with the formation of a new Israel Cabinet Monday proposed the formation of a "caretaker Cabinet" which is to remain in power until new elections. The proposal was presented by Mr. Ben Gurion to a session of Parliament which resumed meeting after a recess of several weeks. The proposed "caretaker Cabinet" would consist of eight members, seven of whom are members of the Mapai. the Israel Labor Political observers here doubt, however, that a new Cabinet j Party. The seven are: Mr. Ben 106 Deported Refugees Will Return To U.S. NEW YORK, (JTA)—The first of the group of 106 Jewish refugees from Shanghai whose detenj tion on Ellis Island last June and subsequent repatriation to Germany aroused nationwide interest will'return to the United States for permanent settlement in about a week's time, the United Service for New Americans reported tins week. Dr. Hugo Lewensohn, leader of the group, and his wife Marietta, have received their visas and will arrive in New York in a week. The remainder of the group is expected to follow shortly. The group has been kept together in ihe IRO's Camp Grohn at Breme i, while awaiting visa clearance Visas for the group are being issued under a government ruling obtained by the USNA and the Joint Distribution Committee enabling the Shanghai refugees to apply for reentry. can be formed at least until the Knesset convenes here this week. Mr. Ben Gurion. who proceeded to Rehovot, official residence of the President, shortly after announcing that his Cabinet has resigned owing to rejection by religious groups of his proposals for changes in the government, returned here later from Rehovot. He welcomed Henry Morgenthau, Jr. and presented him with a plaque in appreciation of his outstanding services to Israel. Religious Bloc leaders, including Immigration Minister Moshe Shapira, in a statement to ihe Jewish Telegraphic Agency, said thai they withdraw from the government not only because of economic reasons, bu also because their religious demands were rejected. The religious leaders also emphasized thai the issue of religious education in the immigrant reception camps has worsened. Gurion, Moshe Sharett, Eliezer Kaplan. Dov Joseph, David Remez, Golda Myerson and Zalman Shazar. The eighth member would be Behor Shetreet, leader of the Sephardic community. Before presenting the names of his "caretaker government." Mr. Ben Gurion reviewed the events leading to his decision to throw the issue into the House. He reported his decision to add a 13th Cabinet member outside the coalition—Jack Gering, South African 33 Major Jewish Organizations Will 3 35 *< ans. w a | other problems before the Caoinel Participate In National Planning Parley bas^^&rws %  • he said, asked until Sunday to NEW YORK, (JTA)—Thirty-three major Jewish organizations, reply, and when they failed to whose membership constitutes a majority of the 5,000,000 Jews do so he asked President Weizin the United States, this week announced their active participamann t0 cal1 together the repretion in the National Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish ^m^ form^ P new S governRehabilitation, which will be held in Washington, October men t. 27-29. The list is still incomplete. gram of financial assistance to: Speaking of his governments program, the Premier emphasized Israel on an unprecedented scale. ^ .. we deny hat eit £ e fu „ The three-day conference is the I capitalism or full socialism" is result of the conference held last j possible in Israel. He insisted that month with Prime Minister David both courses have always been The National Planning Conference, which will be the most representative Jewish assembly ever held in the United States, will formulate a three-year proHurricane Damages Jewish Institutions Nearly all Jewish institutions in the Greater Miami area were | M "^ e ^ e ^, 1 school Tnd* Condamaged by the small but explosive hurricane that roared, gregation were smashed," Mrs. throuah here Tuesday night, leaving millions of dollars worth i simon April disclosed. "We were of destruction in its wake. This fact was revealed in a pre-1 lucky; it could have been much l.minary survey conducted by The Jewish Floridian, immediately ""^^ before press time. .. _. word from Executive Director office. Sonv; irhaps one of the hardest hit was Beth Jacob Synagogue, where stained glass windows were shattered, heavy exterior mould>rn off and the roof badly damaged. In addition, Rabbi Moses Mescheioff'car, caught ben two falling palms, was :ied. According to Jack Satin, vice lent of the Hebrew Acathe all-day school suffered iderable damage to books, 11 as to the classroom buildHe said that water had • il in through the roof and mat a portion of the ceiling had psed. Repairs were already underway, he reported, and the my would be open (oi on Thursday. Although neither Rabbi Irving man of the Miami Beaci. n Center nor members of his I i'ould be reached for com • witnesses reported tha dome was damaged. "One wall of the Kneseth Israel jal hall was completely de•ied." Rabbi Isaac H. EveMd a Jewish Floridian reporter. 'Besides, every window on one side of the building was blown and the whole place was Samuel Gertner's windows were broken, however, and a number of trees were uprooted. One of the few institutions to weather the howler without loss was Beth El,'where everything was reported "fine." height of the storm, several windows at the Hillcl House at the University of Miami were battered out and the place was flooded, according to Carptaker Steinbock. The landscaping, he said, "took a beating." "The Miami Jewish Community I Center is operating as usual." Maurice Grossman, executive director, said. "There was some roof damage to the old building." Although its sister institution, the Miami Beach Y, could not be contacted, it was disclosed that the building is still "standing and relatively unharmed. Major damage was to the landscaping." Temple Israel got off with a few broken windows, Mrs. Louis Ben Gurion and other top Israel government officials on the economic problems confronting the State of Israel. Meanwhile, it was announced that Eliezer Kaplan, Israel Minister of Finance, will make a special trip to the United States to report on the Jewish state's economic position to he Planning Confer-1 concrete results. The Religious ence. The projected visit to this i BI OC leaders continued to insist present in the country. He warned that "there will never be a government in this country which will dare move from this line." During the morning, prior to the opening of Parliament, a short Cabinet meeting and hectic consultations among the representatives of all parties brought no country of Israel's top fiscal officer was characterized by Dr. Nathan Goldmann. chairman of the American Section of the Jewish Agency, as "an indication of the critical importance to the Jewish state" of the three-day Washington conference which will be attended by more than 1,000 outstanding American Jewish leaders representing all elements in the Jewish community. Dr. Goldmann announced also that Levi Eshkol, treasurer of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem would fly here for the conference. the that they would accept no "ultimatum" from the Premier and asked that the entire matter be delayed for a week. They also asked for the portfolios of Deputy Minister ot Education and Trade. The Mapam, left-wing Socialist parly, would not enter any government based on the same program as the one which just fell, but its representatives said that if the Mapai and the left-wing Socialists could agree on a policy, the latter would enter a broad coalition Cabinet. Dr. Peretz Bernstein, General Zionist leader, Zcientz. executive secretary, disj outline the needs dosed. : t hiee vcai s Mr. Eshkol will report to Planning Conference on the funds j expressed willingness to join the spent in the past for immigration CaDinet if his party were awarded and settlement in Israel and will j three portfolios, including that of for the next of Morris Klass, executive director the Greater Miami Jewish waterlogged. A large ceiling fixFederation, was elected president ture in the synagogue fell down." of the Florida State Conference Mount Sinai Hospital, which of Social Work at the annual borders Biscayne Bay, suffered meeting In Jacksonville this ij "serioui damage," according to I week. The First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables building now being erected at Galiano ana Zamora was not damaged, a preliminary inspection made by its spiritual leader, Rabbi Ralph De [Coven, revealed. The old Beth David came through the blow "fairly well," Jerome Gordon, executive director, said in a telephone conversation. The new building, mo:o vulnerable because it is incomplete, had some of its large windows shattered. Damage to the both old a/id new'Jewish Home for the Aged, Leo Allen, executive director, announced, was limited to uprooted trees and shrubbery. 170.000 Indemnity Claims Are Filed In Bavaria MUNICH, (JTA)—A total of 170.000 claims for indemnity for victims of the former Nazi regime in Germany have been filed with the authorities in Bavaria up to the end of September-, according to a report by Restitution Commissioner Dr. Philip Auerbach to the budget commission of the Bavarian Parliament. Of these claims, he told the commission, 10.000 had been settled. He said that 23,900 Deutsche Marks '$5,000,000) had been paid out to 42,000 ex-victims, partly in the form of advances. Trade and Industry. In a statement to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Immigration Minister Moshe Shapiro—a leader of the Religious Bloc—said that the only solution to the present crisis is the holding of new Parliamentary elections. TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Henry Morgenthau. Jr., general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who left by air Monday for New York via Paris, said before his plane took off that the resignation of the Israel Cabinet will not affect the projected $1,000,000,000 Israel bond campaign in the U. S.



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