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The Jewish Floridian ( October 27, 1950 )

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WI and other pressure areas will be SSS%lSS!!S& teS "ngement. committee. Following presen Dr. Joseph s. will have a far-reaching •ct on American Jewry's paration in the further developj oseph j Schwartz, director-geni abroad. The report will be given eral of the Joint Distribution I to 300 Jewish leaders from nine Committee, will review the probstates at the combined South East lems of Jewish rehabilitation I Regional Conference of the JDC throughout the world. Mrs. Sam] arid the United Service for New uel W. Halprin, member of the Americans to be held on Sunday, Dr. Schwartz Will Address Conference Here An authoritative report of the Greenleigh, executive director of • U.S.N.A. community resettlement crisis facing the Joint Distribution Committee and the American Jewish community as the result of unexpected and unplanned for emigration from Rumania, Iraq Dr. Goldmann's statement, Kaplan and Eshkol will discuss the economic problems of Israel and Dr. U.S.N.A., who will present a firsthand report on the displaced perI sons situation overseas and its affect on immigration to the United States. The Sunday general session will Schwartz, director-general of JDC be preceded by a special dinner report at the Saturday night and one of the world's leading meeting on Saturday night. No: meeting on current emergencies leaders. Edwin Rosenberg, honorary president of U.S.N.A., will be featured speaker. Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman of JDC, who has just returned from a two-month survey trip to Europe and Israel, will experts on the problems of Jews tit of Israel. It marks the first since the establishment of Jewish State that all elements American Jewish life are meetf to blueprint a long-range prolm of American assistance to Bel. Convened as a result of the usalem conference last Sepbber where fifty American vish leaders gave first considto a three-year economic Irelopment program involving otal need of $1,000,000,000, the jtional Planning Conference |1 have the opportunity of heara full report on the economic financial situation in Israel n some of its most outstanding iders. fliamians who will attend the eting include Mr. and Mrs. Jraham Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Uiam D. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. fco\> Sher, Mrs. Louis Glasser, \. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mr. Mrs. Harry Gordon, Rabbi ting Lthrman. Baron De Hirsch !>er. Fred K. Shochet, Sam ledland. Harry Sirkin, Benjtin Meyers. I. L. Mintzer, StanC. Myers, Max Orovitz, •rris Klass, William Glick. Evidence of the importance I eh the government of Israel | iches to the Washington meetthe fact that despite the I ^sent political crisis, both Fine* Minister Eliezer Kaplan %  Labor Minister Golda Myer. have made a special trip here participate in the conclave. ; other leaders from Israel who address the meeting are AmMador Abba Eban and Berl fker. chairman, and Levi Eshtreasurer of the Jewish fflcy for Palestine. Mning with the Israeli leaders |the deliberations will be some 1 America's most distinguished fsonahties, including John W. Wer. United States Secretary 'he n, usury, and Leon Key"ng, chairman of President "man's Council of Economic pvisers. vember 4, for JDC regional exaffecting emigration and the welecutive committee members and fare of Jews overseas. executive of the American Section of the Jewish Agency, will preside. Benjamin G. Browdy, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will preside at the afternoon session at which presentations will be made by Frank Goldman, president of B'nai B'rith. Adolph Held, chairman of the Jewish Labor Committee, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snyder, and Robert R. Nathan, noted American economist. A dinner meeting Friday evening, at which William Rosenwald, national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal will preside, will feature addresses by Henry Albert, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, Walter H. Bieringer, president of United Service for New Americans, and Berl Locker, chairman of the Jerusalem Section of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, Cantor Miihal Kusevitsky will recite Friday evening Kiddish and sing Zmiroth. November 5, at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. Dan B. Ruskin of Miami and Joseph H. Epstein of New Orleans, co-chairmen of the conference, announced that the Sunday afternoon session, at which Dr. Schwartz will be the featured speaker, will be open to the public. There will be no solicitation of funds. JDC, major American agency aiding distressed Jews overseas, and U.S.N.A., major American agency aiding Jewish immigrants in the United States, are member organizations of the United Jewish Appeal which is supported in Miami by the fund raising campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Dr. Schwartz, widely known throughout the world as the JDC's field commander overseas, recently returned from his headquarters in Paris, where he directs the largest welfare operation ever conducted by a voluntary, nongovernmental agency. Sharing the speakers' platform with Dr. Schwartz will be Arthur Israeli Municipal Elections Nov. 14 Expected To Reveal Strength Of Parties JERUSALEM, (JTA)—National issues, including the current cabinet crisis and the anti-black market drive, highlight municipal election campaigns throughout the country. The municipal elections will be held November 14. The possibility of national elections being held within the next few months gives added significance to the local elections at this time It is hoped that the municipal balloting will give the country a preview of the relative strength of the various political parties. Political observers generally agree that the Mapai will remain the leading political party in the country with the General Zionists and the Mapam registering increases while the Herut is expected to drop some of its strength. Few observers care to make a definite prediction of the strength of the Religious Bloc whose base is believed to be strong among the new immigrants. Establishment Of Interim Cabinet Major Problem Confronting Israel JERUSALEM. (JTA>—President Dr. Chaim Weizmann this week received Dr. Pinhas Rosen, Progressive Party leader and Minister of Justice in the dissolved cabinet, and heard a report on the difficulties Dr. Rosen encounters in his attempt to form a new cabinet. Following Dr. Rosen's report on his negotiations with various party leaders, Presii _, dent Weizmann asked him to ture Zalman Shazar, would leave continue his efforts Wednesday for another post: Minister of morning. Communications, David Remez, After leaving Dr. Weizmann's would assume the Ministry of residence at Rehovot, Dr. Rosen j Education; Minister of Supply told reporters that he will make an d Rationing, Dov Joseph, would new efforts to bring about the assu m e the Ministry of Transport formation of a coalition cabinet i an d Communications; Pinchas this week. However, he intimated i Lubianiker, Secretary-General of that the prospects for achieving Histadrut and member of Mapai. this aim are deteriorating. He ex| would head the new Ministry of pressed the opinion that there is Production; and the Ministries of almost no possibility at present of Supply, Rationing and Immigraavoiding general elections in the ; tion would be abolished. The reimmediate future. i maining Cabinet members would At a press conference here later : retain their posts, with the exhe reiterated his statement that ] ception of the Ministry of Trade he had been given additional time ; and Industry which would be and that the situation is still "very filled by the appointment of a grave." He said that the chief non-Knesset, non-party member, "stumbling block" remains the Jack Gering. as Minister. This demands of the Religious Bloc for would increase the existing cabithe enforcement of Kashruth and net from twelve to thirteen memSabbath observance laws. Dr. bers without affecting party Rosen described the Religious | strength. Bloc's demands as being not j Since under the constitution, it "ultimative" but "very persist; j s impossible to change the coment." He also announced that the p position of the cabinet without old cabinet would meet to hear f resignation, Ben Gurion requested a report by Foreign Minister I an interview with the President. Moshe Sharett, who returned resetting Sunday. October 15*as the cently from the United States, on date. This was revealed by Ben the International situation. Gurion in his Knesset speech the Israel's cabinet crisis began following day. Thursday, October 12, when it Between Thursday and Sunday, became known that Ben Gurion Ben Gurion sought the agreement proposed to reshuffle the cabinet, of other coalition parties to the Nothing official was issued but cabinet changes. He waited parinformed press comment reported ticularly for the response of the the proposed changes as follows: Religious Bloc which was known Minister of Education and Culto be opposed to his proposals. OAmerican And Israeli Leaders To Participat e In National Planning Conference W the J hn W. Snyder (left). United Slates Secretary of the Treasury, will be one -Principal speakers at the National Planning Conference for Israel and £f wisn L LJw ""> si speaicers at ine national r wnnim — %  %  %  %  ;— -_---.___ tn.„„ "habitation, taking place at the Statler Hotel in Washington. D. C. from Thurs£L C tob r 26 through Sunday. October 29. The meeting will also hear (L to i. £"**• Myerson. Israel's Minister of Labor: Moshe Sharett. Israel. Minister for foreign Aflairs; Law, Keyserling. chairman of President Truman s Council ot Economic Advisers; and Abba S. Eban. Israeli Ambassador to the United States. Also scheduled to speak is Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who has just returned from Israel where he conferred with leaders of the state on economic problems. The conference in which 42 major national Jewish organiiatioru will participate is expected to formulate a three-year program of large-scale American financial assistance io Israel.



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AY OCTOBER 27, 1950 +J€nlst>ncrScAar PAGE THBEE Wll Say... I ikine on a prominent business street in Paris, V mp ijilt Hebrew letterings. It is the joint y S ? El Al the Israel Air Lines and the Zim i Navigation Co. I inquire. Seats on the plane M out far ahead. Same is true of the boat %  hi said to be the fastest in the Mediterranean. i ran get a passage on ye goode ship Negbah. iirs to me, after all, traveling to Israel on a h ,nip nder the flag of Zion • commanded by h captain manned by a Jewish crew, should be [(venture in itself. I get a reservation. port Marseilles Marseilles shortly after dawn, the agent of the -„ wearing a Hebrew-French badge is at to'meet us. He takes charge of all baggage On The S.S. Negbah To Haifa m c„. wearing a Hebrew-French badge is at %  rives us numbered receipts. Assured we will find %  tram s in our cabins, we are free to roam the L until 3 p.m. 1 the pier, the Negbah, with its Mogen David Tfluttering, looks quite stately. Passengers arrive axis porters rush forward to carry their bags. ht is hoisted on board. Food is delivered by | merchants. The dock is humming with activity. Lch Liberalism he has a sense of gratification on seeing this port (doing a thriving business with a Jewish ship as j as with its passengers. The French government [acted decently towards Jewish refugees before Iwar and with' the DPs since. Every nondescript derer was given asylum. This is the French One has a proud feeling that French llty was not entirely one-sided. There is a I of reciprocity in doing business on equal terms benefactor. \jeu-tsh Crew lie Negbah is manned by a Jewish crew of about though several are Italian and Greek. The 74 %  old captain seems quiet, capable, and efficient. I second in command is the young officer, who j 23rd year was captain of the Exodus when it [pushed around by the British and forced to land its 3000 DPs, mostly children, in a German concentration camp. The tanned and muscled Jewish seamen scrub decks, paint woodwork, and do the usual chores to keep their vessel ship-shape. After the first flush of curiosity, it began to feel quite normal, like being on any other ship. The Passengers Of the 800 passengers, about half are tourists from various lands, or residents of Israel returning home. The other 400 are Olim on their way to the Holy Land for permanent settlement. Occupying the 3rd and 4th class in the bowels of the ship, they are traveling like the parents and grandparents of the 1st class tourists when they sailed in steerage from Eastern Europe to the U.S. About 150 sleep on double or triple decked bunks in a dormitory which is hot, stuffy and poorly ventilated. Of course they are all day on deck. Many sleep in the open until rain drives them into the wretched hold. Mainly young North African chalutzim, fresh from Hachsharas, they sing and dance in the full enjoyment of a new experience in sailing the deep blue of the Mediterranean. From Morocco It is disturbing to hear that these Olim out of the Moroccan mellahs (ghettos) are not welcome in Israel. One can only wonder whether discrimination is not an integral part of human nature. But the opinion seems universal that emigrants out of North Africa (Egypt excepted) are not a good element. They are condemned as lazy, shiftless, pleasure loving, with no inclination for work. They wield the knife quite readily to settle an argument. Speaking French and Arabic, they appear to have absorbed the bad traits of both nations. One is tempted to attribute this harsh judgment to the prejudice of white Ashkenazim towards dark Sephardim. But this hypothesis is rebutted by the affectionate regard for the still darker Yemenites. Every one is lavish in his praise of the naive goodness, the honest industry, the pious patriotism of the By HARRY SIMONHOFF refugees who came on the Magic Carpet out of Yemen. The Negbah, a 5500 ton steamer, the largest in Israel's Merchant Marine, was built during 1915 in Holland. It weathers a choppy sea quite well. The food and service is fairly good. Having traveled on the Rex and the Normandie, (olav ha sholem) both queens and the Mauretania. I cannot say I was overwhelmed with its comforts. But I have also seen worse ships. The Negbah compares favorably with the Clyde-Mallory boats which used to ply before the war between New York, Charleston, Miami and Galveston. The Growing Merchant Marine Speaking with an officer on board, I was astonished to learn that the Shoham Shipping Co. already has 17 vessels aggregating 70.000 gross tonnage. The same company has an order in Holland to complete two additional ships by 1951. Besides, another shipping outfit also operates under the flag of Israel. Having heard that navigation companies in Europe lose money and have to be subsidized by their governments, I asked why it was necessary to start a costly enterprise in the early critical stages of the Israel State. Wouldn't it be cheaper to use foreign ships? He answered: "We had to establish a Merchant Navy not only for strategic and political reasons but also for reasons of national economy. The whole trade of our country is maritime. There is no export or import which does not come or go by sea, and there is no immigration except either by sea or air. We cannot be dependent on other Merchant Navies which will make use of us and desert us whenever convenient, or raise prices as and when they like. Our Merchant Marine will play an important role in the sustenance of our state, and our economy. It is already saving us millions in foreign exchange. It absorbs thousands of our able bodied men, who might otherwise go about unemployed." ibles Women To lonsor Dinner Isterhood of the Coral Gables lish Center will sponsor a bred-dish dinner to be served jtena stvle at the center on (day. October 29. at 6:30 p.m. lo-chaiimen of the affair are | V Samuel Beckman, Mrs. Allen tistein and Mrs. Bernard tdsell. Mrs. William Hechler. i is in charge of entertainment, [written an original skit which (be the feature'of the evening. untesses include the Mesdames |mond Citron, Hen Diamond, nFinkelstein. Norman Goldin. IHershkowitz, Sam Jacobson. nour Kaplan. Sam Klinn and Platt. fpioii Kleeted League Post irida Savings. Building holding its -oan League, pty-seventh annual conveni in Pel ila this week, has jounced that Joseph M. Lipton, Went of Dade Federal Savings I Loan Association of Miami, I been elected first vice presi'• of the league. 8St : Deland was moved rom the post now being filled n to president, and p Watson of Pensacola 1 elected second vice president. pn Age Club Formed Jewish Congregation of Gables announces the if a coed Teen Age which will offer a wide of activities to interest all members. Leadership and e arc provided by a 1 worker of the Association. lutings of the group which I consist of older teen-agers, |to be held at the —Ardmorr Studt*. Members of the membership committee of the Miami Beach Jewish Center are shown mapping the intensive fall membership drive recently launched by the center at a luncheon at the Raleigh Hotel. Seated (1. to r.) are Samuel Bivkind. Samuel J. Halperin, chairman of the drive. Sold Goldstrom and standing (1. to r.) are Ben Zion Ginsburg and Jack Mintzer. Committee members not pictured include Harold Ungerleider, Samuel Tritt. Milton Smith. George J. Talianoff. Samuel Lipton and Wolfie Cohen. Jewish every Sunday, 7:30 congregation's ternary quarters, 1618 Ponce de 41vd • Coral Gables. Walter Hampden To Star In New Frontier Drama Walter Hampden. noted American actor, is starred in "Sweet Music," latest in the New Frontier series, to be heard Sunday, October 29, at 10:45 a.m., over station WIOD. The New Frontier is produced by the Institute for Democratic Education and is presented by the Anti-Defamation League of B'r.ai B'rith. Beach AJC To Meet Miami Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Congress Women's Division will hold a general membership meeting on Monday, October 30, at 1 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, according to Mrs. Harry Koretsky, membership chairman, who will serve as hostess. A short business meeting will be followed by a musicale and cards. Charles A. Dana, famous editor of the New York Sun. helped educate the public to want news. ba Weinstein Appointed Convention Delegate Philip Weinstein, Jr., president of the University of Miami chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary society, has been appointed delegate to the national convention at Austin, Texas, October 28-29. Young Weinstein, who is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weinstein, is scribe of Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity. HERRING IN WINE SAUCI F'buted Kids love the tangy flavor! Plump tidbit* of fancy herring. skinle and ^^ boneless. Serve oa %  f' < bread and butler, ( Uki together with a U A\ v gliu of milk. A 4 AHmkr mmtm t %  •• Exelu.iv.ly by Brt.k.ton. Bro... Inc., 163 N.E. th St.. Ph. S2.4731 Trail Trim Shop Complete Auto Upholstery All Work Guaranteed Work done by Kiler tc Co. Experts SPECIAL Plaxon Saxron Plastic Seat Covers $18.95 Pauline Vann, Consultant Glen A. StauHer. 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PAGE FOUR *Jenistfkricfiar? FRIDAY OCTOBER EDITORIAL 27 Israel's Political Crisis Viewed from this distance, the political crisis in Israel takes on a seriousness out of all proportions to the situation. Actually the Ben Gurion resignation was the inevitable culmination of a political tug of war among more parties than have a right to exist in so small a country. To understand what has happened it is important to realize that under the governmental system existing in Israel the political life of the governing party is determined either by the size of its representation in the government or by its ability to secure a working majority through coalition with minor parties. From the very outset Mapai, Ben Gurion's party, was handicapped by the fact that it had no independent working majority. Hence it was exposed ab initio to the hazard of parliamentary defeat the moment the coalition groups either began feeling their own oats or decided the time was propitious for greater political demands and representation. While it may have been guestionable wisdom for the opposition groups to create political turmoil at a time when the country was groping with an economic crisis whose solution was in sight through the floating of a billion dollar bond drive in the United States, there is no gainsaying the fact that, in a political democracy such as Israel, opposition to the party in power is neither c crime nor an expression of lack of patriotism. Under these circumstances Ben Gurion had no other alternative but to go to the electorate for a new mandate once he was convinced the marriage of convenience was headed for the rocks. This has been the practice in other countries under similar situations, and there is no reason to fear that the political eruption will either hurt Israel or undermine its prestige on the international arena. Nor is there reason to fear that an election now will be interpreted as a sign of disunity and internal dissension. On the contrary, a new election will only demonstrate that the youngest demccracy in the world is rapidly attaining maturity and responding to tested political processes. Washington Conferen^ Washington is to be the site of H, portant gathering in the history V( ?uH community in America—the Nn,i„ ^ Conference for Israel and JewishX^ 10 Such is the magnitude of the n jnsidered at the parley, that it can il be stated that the decisions to b?ZT TT.S Hx*(. [\u^K *&m While there is no doubt that a new election will have a salutary effect on the political picture, there is much speculation on the outcome of the election. With tens of thousands of new immigrants eligible to vote, it would be idle to conjecture how the picture will look when the election is over. Nor can the fact be overlooked that the party in power is always the victim in times of economic and political crisis. It is this corner's opinion that the Religious Bloc will show distinct gains, but not enough to affect the political fate of historic conference may not only X$ of our Jewish community here but th of Israel and the tens of thousands oM* whom settlement in Israel is the em survival. *"' %  ( The Jewish community i n America h as ^ an unprecedented record in generosity anT* It has given hundreds of millions i 0r !" 3 rehabilitating and resettling the survivorsnfu! dom and the victims of terror in the MiddleP countries. It has responded with heart andw^ and money to the United Jewish Appeal n turned r< -.he Jew '• nal Fund. Thi.newly created tion set for its prin the i edi mption of th ..'. IP by purcha ( r I ind enjoyment of I people of Israel. On this 'ccasion it behooves us to take stock of the first fifty years of the Jew National Fund"s existence and accomplishments, and at the same time reflect on "Where to Jewish National Fund"" Lest there be some that would think that the establishment of the state of Israel lessened the need for Jewish National Fund activities. I hasten to warn such of my uninformed brethren that the need for its work is far more urgent today and will be for many years to come than it was at its inception. To begin with the Jewish National Fund's aim to redeem the land was a long term plan prepared by its founders, and although a holy task, was nevertheless not especially a pressing one for immediate solution. The events of the past three decades have accelerated the need for greater effort to acquire land in Palestine and in the last three years particularly, speedy action :n redeeming the land has become alarmingly urgent. In this Jewish National Fund Jubilee year let us turn a few pages of its history, written with the indelible ink of love and devotion on that great enterprise by an unprecedented organization. The following letter dated June 17. 1948. written by the Ministry of Agriculture and signed by A. Zizling. Minister of Agriculture for the slate of Israel, as its first official act will save time and space in giving you the importan: part the Jewish National Fund played in making the state of Isiael possible. "With the coming into operation of the Provisional Government of the State of Israel." it reads, "I regard it as a special duty and great privilege to adthe first letter of the Department of Agriculture to you— T(' THAT MOST PRECIOUS INSTITUTION OF THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL WHICH ESTAB. LISHED THE LAND, social and rity basis for the ei ection of the state and the shaping of its way of life. "I am convinced that the work of thu Jewish National Fund will continue to shed light and strengthen the development of j the State of Isiael. by implanting the Jewish masses in our soil, fructifying the waste places and developing its land and resources to the benefit of the whole agricultural population, Jews and Arabs alike. "In the assurance of victory in | our tasks of war and the equal assurance that our victory will lay the foundations for our tasks | of peace." To enumerate some of the tasks still ahead of the Jewish National Fund that compel immediate action, we will do well to remember that the alien abandoned lands, although held by Israeli custodians, is still the property of absentee owners. The principle enunciated by the founders of ; political Zionism, particularly as evidenced by the expressed aim* ot the Jewish National Fund, was and still is. "The acquisition of the land owned by natives through purchase for a reasonable consideration." Although the Arabs fled and abandoned the land, justice in accordance with our repeated declarations of moral principle, upon which we Jews based our civilization and way of life patterned on our prophetic teachings through the ages, require; us to way for same, and in order to insure stable and legal tenure* the land must be acquired and title transferred to the people of Israel. Until that is i^ne. the foundation of the state il Israel cannot be regarded as | secure. It is up to us Jews of all I denominations to provide the I funds for the historic work of %  redeeming the holy land from the death grip of devastation and I neglect, and integrate it into the agricultural, economic and spiritual life of the country. The draining of swampymarshes and the clearing of rocky lands is no less important to the life of the people of Israel. The Jewish National Fund not only helps to clear and prepare the land for cultivation in sparsely populated country-side lor thousands of new arrivals but also participates in the financial burden of settling them. The Jewish National Fund carries a great part of the responsibility of providing housing lor the new arrivals at low rentals. It continues to allot land for housing to the new immigrants and ex-servicemen while it helps financially in the work of publichousing corporations. Afforestation is another project of the Jewish National Fund. Vast areas of mountainous and rocky land not fit for cultivation is being afforestated and will produce shade, timber for the future and at the same time ameliorate the soil. Last but not least, the fund provides employment for | tens thousands of new immigrants who have not as yet acquired trade skills. The Jewish National Fund exerts itself in the field of irriga• tion, the essential pre-conditioning of the soil, a Herculean task. Especially in its plan to lav a pipeline through the Negev that will supply life giving water for irrigation in that part of Israel. I When this great undertaking is accomplished, the Negev promises to be as fertile and as great .. source of food as the Imperial Valley in California: that once too. was a desert and only by irrigation was turned into "a Garden of Eden. We often hear of groups and even individuals who claims to have been responsible for the creation of the state of Israel. Such claims may or may not have some validity in facts. We do however, know that the creation of the state of Israel was not mad, possible by just any one group and it is certainly ridiculous to %  that it was made possible by any one individual or group of individuals 1 a I thousands I of good men and women during the past historic half a century contributed to that great miraculous event to greater or lesser degrees. BUT THAT WE DO KNOW! That the Z.onist Organizations of all political complexions have made the greatest contributions to the establishment of the state of Israel (except the Yshuv). and the cornerstones for its foundation were laid by the establishment of the Jewish National Fund. Today we stand on the threshhold of the 50th anniversary of its creation and we cannot think of a more fitting Thanksgiving than the ancient and hollowed blessing recited on just such an occasion: "Blessed be the Lord our God. ruler of the universe, who has kept us in life, sustained us. and brought us to this joyous event." We earnestly hope and praythat all good people regardless of religious affiliations and beliefs, will join the Jewish National Fund in its constructive labor so lovingly bestowed upon the cultural and spiritual resurrection of a people. May the Jewish National Fund's past performances be an inspiration to al) of us for greater efforts and achievements in securing peace and prosperity for the people of Israel. So that.this noble experiment may stand out" as a beacon of life in a world bent on justice, liberty, fraternity and united in the unshakeablo belief in the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man. Arf^rf^WWAA/ +J€nisti tkridran, Publnhed every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth itreet. Miami 18, Florida. Entered as aecond. class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Ameri. can Association of English-Jewish Newspa pers. Florida Press Association The Jewish Floridian dors no guarantee the Kashruth of the merehjimiis.. advertised In Us columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ye.ir $3.00 Two Years $5 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 V !" m A' M Number 43 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950 HESHVAN 16, 5711 Jews In Sportsl By HASKELLCOHE.V* Al Risen. Clev flash, led the Ami with 37 h ime rum ,."'"" make tour with i after Worl I S:d Boston Braves lef:-f:elder. plans to join i barnp • seas >n batting .303. hitti, homers, and batting in am hundred runs ... 1: scored ag; mates, th< Ni V Dick Savitt. Jewii from Cornell. Deal tennis sta thereby winnin %  South American Tennis Qs^ pionship Marvin Rothblatt, formal phis pitcher, who won 20 0 in the Southern Ass • %  %  '•recalled bv the Chicago We and pitched the final game* season against the St Browns Cal Abraits finallv given a ch..n:e tope" in the Brooklyn Dodgers oj during the crucial 8^ mesl 5 conclusion of the season im the Bums almost edge ouinj delphia for the National %  title ... in the last game, the Phillies. Cal pulled long fly that was destine" 1 for a two-bagger • %  J* figured in a play at home which cost the Dodgers a cut short a possible rally ^ Coach Milton Stock %  Abie home on a ball hi. w Ashburn. who in turn ;P fleet-footed Jewish ou.M" the plate nobodj Abrams for running on but Stock came in tor censure from the £:], parently the United SJ team competing in tni tional Maccablad ati" u not take enough manpj" ft the Jewish Olympics-y ^liteam.unluunpetgW restrictions and funds had an overwhelming <^ in manpower over eu^, tog country.. AJSS? formances by Ame '<• ^ hundred meter iun doi hundred mere, ; ~ Kap ji breaking time b> ,„ N Y.U.. the three-thou>a walking title by Hen" £fl and Martin Korik* W^J snapping the decath.o"



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HDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950 •Ja^kBuMtm < oancil Women [o Attend Parley fn leaati from the Miami Secl nf the National Council of Kish Women will join reprefclatives <>f 35 other council ii ,.n< at the Southern interstate • i) be held in Loxingi K October 29 through | [. This will be the r nniversary convention F Die southern region. f %  -.. Miami Will be the L q Fair, Juliet N. \ Roi nthal, Harrj ; :1 t L. Williams. Mrs. I nd vice president the confen nee, and will preij ( .,. .„ of the meetings. Mrs. t r has bi en appointed chairman |" rPV the by-laws. I-r;,.. i ntion tlieme. "Council llenge of the MidCjturv" will be devolped tough seminars on all phases of | un(! l ty, including service ,l„ eign born, community hfare, d ication and social Evities. I enting councils national ..' II be Mrs. Charles Lmon. third national vice presiMrs. James Strauss of Ixingti n will preside as presi|ni of '.. ; • conference. Ej a luncheon talk by I Kamerer, professor I nee at the UniL oi Kentucky. John SherY former Republican t Kentucky and L tn Dean Acheson, %  11 spi ak at the Monday night L, %  Ilicers will be inI luncheon Tuesday I rence will adjourn [tei noon. PAGE FIVE I 'fckets Available For Sholem Lodge Fete Honoring International Leader —Ardnii.ri' Studio Mrs. Norman Russ. president of the Temple Beth Sholom PTA, is shown presenting a United Nations flag to Rabbi Leon Kronish. temple spiritual leader. The event took place at Friday evening services last week. Tickets are still available for the banquet and dance to be given by Sholem Lodge, B*nai B'rith, at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on November 12 in honor of Frank Goldman, international presidi nl of B'nai B'rith, it has been announced by E. Albert Pallot, ticket chairman. M ire than half of the 200 tickets have already been sold land requests for reservations are | coming in from lodges throughout the remainder of the state, he reported. Honorary chairman of the event Joseph M. Lipton. said "South Florida Jewry will welcome this opportunity to hear an outstanding address by the man who is co-chairman of the Coordinating Board oi Jewish Organizations for Consultation with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. As president of the world's oldest Jewish Service Organization, he has travelled extensively to personally conduct 'the re-establishment of B'nai B'rith lodges in all corners of 'he globe." Jerome Weinkle is geneial chairman of the affair. A program of top night club .stars wi'l be presented and dancing will follow the formal banquet. Reservations may be made by calling Miss Rose Gilbert, executive secretary of Sholem Lodge, at 82-5684. Treasure Hunt on Tainara Schedule Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi W imen, lias completed preparations for a pirate treasure hunt to be held on Saturday, October 28, at 8 p.m. The affair will start at Miami Hebrew School, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., and will close with supper. Winners will receive prizes and costumes are optional. Mrs. Philip Bloom is chairman and Mrs. Israel Slotsky is in charge of preparations. Reservations may be made by calling 83-6885, 83-3464 or 83-6417. Noofev lomc Auxiliary to Meet Tuesday |: Beach Auxiliary to I no for the Aged day. October 31. at Shore Club Hotel. I in Appel. president • :i the group's S250.000 k. ise funds for im[ and addition to the khun: 150 N.E. 53rd St. Mrs. blSilver will speak on the suml project, of which she f ii. Also on the agenda i %  n the recent installaMrs, Fred Jonas, chairten. IA program ol songs by Florence ail will i> How the business feting. Flaglcr-Oranada nil Plans Ball : -Granada Jewish j 1 Center will sponsor | third annual Halloween cosf new center build.lst Place, Saturday ber 28. I 1 be provided by Paul I band. Prizes will ir the best costume vill hiplayed, ac) Ray Levine, chairman. }%  % %  lirman is Al Zeigler. Violoin PTA To resent Skits I annual mother and f TV mple Beth Sholom s held Monday, October will fi ature a series of dramatic sketches en-o-Phrenia." iwere written by Mrs. Km Kronish, in collaboration M Neal Kars and "though imorous, emphasize certain posits of Jewish Education our children." %  r eception in honor of all new A members will follow. Chair|n for the event will be the A president, Mrs. Norman J. pss. wd Party On Calendar me Sisterhood of the First >sn Congregation of Coral ^"'s will sponsor a card and *" Jong party on Thursday, Pteiiihe,2, at the congregation's lv quarters, 1618 Ponce i T n Blvd. ITukets may be obtained by 1 1 Sam Raab, 3025 S.W. St.. 83-2884. ames Party Slated P' 1 > El Sisterhood will sponsor lames party on Sunday, October y P m. in the Dora August r !" nal Hay, according to an wuncement by Mrs. Jack %  piro, president. ''; %  George Solinger, L, i m „ G *nberg and Fuel Wilchyk will ptesses. Mrs. Mrs. serve as CkmlikP. 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PAGE SIX MnNtf fkridton Z^IL^CTOBERZ, Personally Speaking Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz and her children, Elaine and Tod. are vacationing in Manning, S. C, with her parents, Mr. ond Mrs. Samuel Richman. Leon Gruner is back in West Palm Beach after a brief trip tc New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon2231 S. Miami Ave., left Friday for Washington, D. C.. and New York. In the nation's capital, they will attend sessions of the Jewish Funeral Directors' convention, as well as those of the National Planning Conference lor Israel. Back in Miami after a three-week vacation in New Jersey are Mr. and Mrs. A. Dorff. 972 S.W. 3rd St. While there, the Dorrs visited their children and attended a session of the Pioneer Women's conference at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. Lawrence Heftel cf Palm Beach has returned from a motor hip to California. Following a four-month trip around-the-world, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Socolof. .1601 S.W. 16th Ave.. are back in Miami. The Socclofs boarded the S.S. President Monroe at Havana on June 17 and arrived in New York last week. Lewis Green, 2277 S.W. 19th St.. is recuperating at Mt. Sinai Hospital from a fall suffered on Monday, October 16. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Edson. 411 Lencx Ave., Miami Beach, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their £crt. Elliot Kleinman. lo be held E; the Miami Beach Jewish Cense: en Saturday morning. October 28. Officiating will be Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Frank Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bauer. 1100 171h St.. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. October 28. at 9 a.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Betrothal of Miff Beatrice Greenberg to Berl Bernstein has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg, 738 1st St., Miami Beach. The prospective bridegrom's parents I are Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Bernstein, 820 Meridian Ave. Academy Women Will Honor Mrs. Goldberg Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, membership chairman of Hebrew Academy Women, will be honored at a special board meeting of the group on Monday. October 30. at 10 a.m. at the Marseilles Hotel. Mrs. Goldberg, who recently returned from a trip to Israel, will give her impressions of the young republic. A report on the group's pictorial journal will be given by Mrs. Samuel Cohen, journal chairman, who will offer tips on the solicitation of ads. Mrs. Louis Makovosky. president, will officiate at the short business meeting. Jlrs. Philip Hi bio Heads \ow PTA Mrs. Ph:lip Biblo was elected president of the Workmen's Circle Pere'.z School PTA at the group's organizational meeting Monday at the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Others named to office were Mrs. Jack Zebitz. first vice president: Mrs. Milton Ratner. second vice president: Mrs. Harry Shuldiner, recording secretary; Mrs. Louis Lasavin. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fred Katz. ".'< asurer. Thforganization will hold its second meeting on Monday, October 30. at 8:30 p.m. at the lyceum. i Louis Lasavin. teacher. will launch a series of lectures on Jewish history. Marilyn Honig Betrothal Told Making plans for a December wedding are Marilyn Honig and Warren J. Sussin, whose betrothal has been announced by the brideelect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Honig. 3530 S.W. 16th St. Mr. Sussin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Sussin of Kingston, N. Y. A graduate of Miami High School. Miss Honig is now associated with the Miami Herald. Her fiance attended Sampson College and the New York Institute of Arts and Sciences and is now working toward his doctor of chiropractic degree at Palmer Institute of Chiropractics in i Davenport, Iowa. He served in the European Theatre with the Coast Guard. Center PTA To Sea I Mrs. Hankof f Mrs. Theodore Hankoff will be installed as president of the Parent-Teachers Association of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious Schools at the first annual installation luncheon, to be held on Tuesday. October 31 at 1 p.m. at the Monte Carlo Hotel. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will act as installing officei. Other officers to be seated include first vice president, Mrs. Harry Greer; second vice presim Dorothy Birnbaum Dorothy Birnbaum Is Betrothed To Nelson Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Morns BirnbaJ of Miami Beach and Detntl Mich., announce the engageigg] of their daughter. Dorothv Vrri-I anne. to Nelson Paul Silvenml son of Mr. and Mrs David Siln.1 man. 1923 S W 23rd Terr. The bride-elect attended fcl University of Miami, where M was affiliated with Iota AlphaRl sorority and served as a siinl columnist for the Hurricane. Ski is currently attending art COWM at Wayne University in Detntl Mr. Silverman, a graduate i\ the University of Miami. wassuM writer for the Hurricane. TenM and Ibis and was a member n the honorary German, leadersM and drama fraternities and Ikl Snarks Literary Society. He hs| done gradualwork at Bread School of Enghsh in MiddleburiJ Vermont. The couple plans a DeW wedding. D> 2'.. Register Now! Modern Hebrew Yiddish, Jewish History and Literature at the Institute for Jewish Studies for Adults meeting at BETH DAVID CONGREGATION Coral Way and 26th Road Sessions: Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning Oct. Registration: Oct. 30, 7:30 p.m. Tuition free. 'Phone Bureau of Jewish Education. 9-0489 30. Habif Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Mareno Habif. son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habif. prominent Jewish residents of Havana. Cuba, took place Sat, urday in Havana. In honor of the occasion, the Habifs were hosts at a dinner i dance at the Nacional Hotel I Saturday night. Miamians who at%  tended the affair were Mr. and i Mrs. Meyer Friedman. Mrs. Moi j ns Goldbar. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs. L. J. Hartz, Mrs. E. 1 Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Heiman. Mrs. Theodore Hankoff dent. Mrs. George Sugerman. recording secretary. Mrs. Irving Cypen: corresponding secretary, Mrs. Leonard Wolfe: treasurer. Mrs. Hy Sweet. A feature of the program will be a kiddie fashion show presented by the Kitty Kane Shop of Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the group and the musicai portion of the program will b^> directed bv Ben Yomen. Mrs. Degutz To Entertain Mrs. Arthu: Degutz will enWj tain a group if friends at bet home. 735 West 40th St. thisFndav afternoon in honor ot Miami Beach VMHA Commun* Concert Series. Among the guests wi %  }. Mesdames Aai a Cunen. U* iNadler. M. Feidler, JosepnOba'stein, Philip Holland. Ethei HB!zog. Harry Segal L Ross and* ; Misses Claire KurshJ I Levy. 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER <£ RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING \^rm WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner of West Palm Beach announce the gement of their daughter. Elaine, to Stanlev Berkson of Brooklyn. N. Y. The bride-elect is the grand-niece of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfson. pioneer residents of South Florida. phyiiis Kandei Murks 26th Anniversai] Sixteenth Birthday One hundred formallv-attired friends of Phyllis Kandei celei btated her sixteenth birthday with her at a party Friday night at the Saxony Hotel. The guests dined in the Pagoda Room and adjourned to the Tropical Room for dancing. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kandei. 3280 Chase Ave Miami Beach. Phyllis is a junior I at Miami Beach High School. '. CUSTOM TAE0B 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Dov Chapter To Meet Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women will meet Wednesday Novem1, at 1 p.m. at Beth El. Mrs. Rose Pertes. president, will report on the silver jubilee convention, >m which she recently returned. LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NIL 1st Av. Ph. 3-2667 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101N.W.8thSt.. Micnfti LOWEST PRICES ON POULTRY I Shochet on Premises Wednesday & Thursday 8 A. M. to 12 Noon PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 urdines Store hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone: S-lMl Everything For Gracious Florida Living FURNITURE • China. Glass RUGS • Housewares DRAPERIES • Lamps, Pictures • Major Electrical Appliances • MIAMI BEACH • FT. LA** 8 ^ WEST PALM BEACH MIAMI



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LmA Y, OCTOBER 27, 1950 +Jewis* ncrkllan PAGE SEVEN C^ k> Mrs. Hyman Sootin )owntown Women ]ect Mrs. Sootin Mrs. Hyman Sootin was elected Resident of the newly formed listerhood of the Downtown lynagogur at a recent meeting of pe group. I Also eU cted to office were Mrs. jlph Krieger, first vice presien\: Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, second fice presidi nt; Mrs. Harry Kahn, fcretary; Mrs. Sam Zelkowitz, kasun ]Memberof the board include leMesdames Sam Braelow, Rose Lpi-rt. I. J S Schwartz, Morris liver and tli-orge Bloomberg. Discussion To Highlight listerhood Meeting 1A panel discussion on "Is World lovemment the Key to Peace?" till highlight the meeting of the lerr.pltIsrael Sisterhood to be eld Monday, November 6, at 2 |m. in Kaplan Hall. [Participants in the torum will Mrs. Ethel Ernest Murrell, hr.er, li lurer and attorney; Dr. lathan Chappee. professor of hisbry ;it the University of Miami; he Rev. Ji seph Barth, pastor of fce First Unitarian Church; and furl Mi Di nald, head of the bdent government at the UniWity ol Miami. Mrs. I. M. Weinserve as moderator. EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Rth knowledge of bookkeeping. Good Salary. Wrile qualifications. B. D.. Box 2973. Miami 18 WORKING MOTHER Wants room and care of 4'/ 2 yr. old son Phone 58-0487 [REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 Jewish Culinary Art The first kosher test kitchen in this country, just opened by I. Rokeach & Sons, has started a program to bring Jewish cookery up to date. It plans to standardize and issue recipes that never have been written down but passed by word of mouth from generation to generation. The firm, pioneers here in the production of kosher products, has devised an interesting method for carrying out its plan. Oldsters are being invited to the new quarters, equipped with the most modern in kitchen appliances. Under the eye of Miss Claire Brown, home economist, men and women prepare traditional dishes as they were taught by their mothers. "I'm right beside them with a notebook and pencil," Miss Brown explained. "I record their directions and later test and re-test the recipes before putting them into terms today's housewives understand. The oldsters, Miss Brown said, are inclined to be vague about measurements. They feel that such phrases as "a handful of flour" or "a bit of fat" should tell the housewife all she needs to know to make a good honey cake or some teiglach. But second generation Jewish housewives, like a great many other American women, don't have the patience to figure out such generalized instructions. There's not enough time nowadays for that kind of cooking, nor is it practical when so many right-to-the-point formulas are available. "And that's why so many second-generation Jewish housewives know little or nothing about Jewish cooking," the attractive home economist went on. "We think it wrong that this cuisine should be lost entirely, and we don't believe it will be if it is presented in simplified recipes." One of the demonstrators at the kosher test kitchen was Mrs. Reisa Zankel. The 71-year-old woman, who lives at the Home of business Old Israel, 70 Jefferson st., had come to prepare rose petal jelly, which her mother in Austria had Mrs. Zankel had no such objections nor did she seem greatly impressed by the spanking new kitchen. She did stop to admire the electric dishwasher — a new General Electric model that will be introduced this fall. But she turned immediately to the bunch of fragrant red roses and began picking off the petals, one by one, "We children stayed close to the kitchen when mother made this," Mrs. Zankel said. "She'd let us sample the jelly as it simmered in the pot and sometimes she'd even spread it on bread for us." The recipe, translated by Miss Brown, will appear in the next fall-winter booklet of Jewish and Middle European specialties that Rokeach issues quarterly. For anyone willing to buy three dozen roses for kitchen use, here is the recipe for the culinary curiosity: ROSE PETAL JELL* 3 dozen fresh roses (two quarts fresh petals, loosely packed) 1 quart boiling water 4 cups sugar 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1. Remove petals from roses Place in large bowl. 2. Add boiling water to petals, cover and steep for twenty minutes or until all color is out of petals. 3. Strain liquid into shallow wide pan. Add sugar and lemon juice. 4. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until sugar is dissolved and mixture comes to full rolling boil. Maintain full, rolling boil until jelly stage is reached—that is, when two drops form on the edge of a metal spoon, then flow together to form a sheet. 5. Skim. Pour into hot, sterilized glasses. Paraffin. 6. Yields approximately eight glasses, of six ounces each. The novel idea of culling guarded recipes from oldsters was fathered by Leo Rokeach, a director of I. Rokeach & Sons. He said his father started the food in 1870 with recipes Hadassah Group To Hold Tea The Henrietta Szold Group of Hadassah will hold a membership I tea at the Shore Club Hotel on Monday, October 30, at 1 p.m. Mrs. Jacob (Beulah) Davis, membership chairman, will be hostess, and new members and their sponsors will be the honored guests. "Music and The Dance" will be the afternoon's theme as developed by Mrs. John Starr, arrangements chairman. Jose and Stella, noted dance team, and Mrs. Theodore Arvan, concert pianist and music teacher, will perform. Mrs. Isabelle Altholz, ; president, will greet new members. The program will be followed by a gamos party. Mrs. Leon Freed was chairman of the dinner-dance given by the Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home at the Clover Club on Sunday. October 22. at 6:30 p.m. Mn. Freed is first vice president of the chapter and chairman of the ways and means committee. Miami Juniors To Hold Harvest Dance Saturday Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah will sponsor a harvest dance on Saturday. October 28, at the Miami Beach Y. Dancing, entertainment, refreshments are on the agenda, accord! ing to Miriam Scheinberg, chair] ment of the event, and all proceeds will go to Israel. Beth David PTA To Mark Book Month The PTA of Beth David Congregation will dedicate its meeting Monday, November 6. at 8 p.m. to Jewish Book Month. Highlight of the evening will be the presentation of a play called "The Magic Bookshop," in which children of the religious school will participate. Participants will be Stanley Rose, Robert Sterling, jSanford Schwartz, Buddy Hayden, ] Marcia Feingold, Barbara Baum, Barbara Seitlin and Dolores Schatzman. Presentation of colors will be made by Boy Scout Troop 89 of Beth David. An exhibition of Jewish books will be set up for the event. %  "JV^WWUVW |May We Suggest M ps Violin and Orchestra •All Your Social Functions ""' Bar Mitivah., Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 ""shine Flower & Gift Shop 1U9 S.W. 27th Amu. oecorationt & Cut Flowers £or Every Occosi-wi l-OQOQ r S nal Atten *'on Call fcARni 0 ^ 48 0237 an ask tor L^P "SKIPPY' ROSEN 1 —"WV given to him by his grandmother. In reaching for new products to add to the company's line, he is taught her to make. > turning back the pages of time 'Sometimes it is difficult to j to find culinary gems lost in the persuade the women to give us J mad rush of the Twentieth Centheir recipes," Miss Brown said. | tury. "They think of them as belonging The company requests that just to their family, heirlooms that should be passed from mother to daughter." those who can't visit the kitchen send in their favorite recipe for publication in the recipe booklets. Mrs. Horn's Bakery 1171 S. W. 8th Street Serving You — With the finest line of Pastry, Bread & Rolls Wedding & Birthday Cakes to Order Open All Day Sunday Call 3-1653 THE BEST IN KOSHER FOODS Miami Beach Restaurant and Delicatessen 1141 Washington Avenue Miami BeachFAMOUS FOR • Delicatessen Platters & Sandwiches • Jewish Specialties • Hof Knishes • Stuffed Cabbage We Retail Delicatessen SWISS KNIGHT ,s THE FAVORITE CHEESE %  N JEWISH HOMES SO GOOD WITH FRUIT always serve some Swiss Knight with fruit. The perfect combination for attractive, appetizing, nourishing snacks, salads, dairy lunches and suppers, desserts. Remember whenever you buy fruit get* a box of your favorite cheese — delightful Swiss Knight to enjoy with it! Mrs. Resia Zankel. Brooklyn, shows Miss Claire Brown, home economist is the new I. Rokeach & Sons lest kitchen, the tirst step in making rose petal jelly by an old family recipe. TWENTY-THIRD SEASON ... 1950 — 1951 UNIVERSITY Of MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MODISTE ALLOC Conductor SUN. EVE., OCT. If, 8:30, MIAMI IEACH MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM M0N EVE.. OCT. SO, ItM, MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL RISE STEVENS Of Tin Metropolitan Op.r. Attoei.tion SINGLE TICKETS SI-SO, Sl-M. WO, SS.40, SSJ0 TICKETS ON SALE: U of M. Symph. OHie., T.I. OMMOl "•*•"£ Downtown Offic. 220 I.I. M St.. T.I. 2-2317; Mi.m. I..h R.d.o Co 1219 LineoJn Road. T.I. 8.-7575: AaMWl My..c Co.. 220 Alk.mb,.. T.I. 4.2070 •*• J. Cndy Skopp*. 335 Lm.oln RdM.S. FREE RECIPES .oak your grotor write direct to: GERBER & CO., Inc. 6 Harrison Street New York 13 Packed in 3, 6 nd 12 portion boxe.



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PPIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950 0ook Month Set for Hf v. 3-Dec. 3 Jewish Book Month will be celebrated nationally this year from November 3 through December 3. focusing attention of Jewish communities on the imnortance of the Jewish book in the hff of tne Pe P le of tne Book." The Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami is now formulating plans for local observance of Jewish Book Month. .Plans include two mass meetings in town and 0 n the Beach, book exhibits at the Public Library at Miami Beach and at the two Y's, radio programs, book reviews and book dramatizations. The Bureau of Jewish Education is stimulating book programs in the schools of Greater Miami while the Jewish Centers Association is drawing up plans for celebrating Jewish Book Month in connection with Chanuka. All Jewish organizations are being urged to plan for Jewish Book Month at their November or December meetings. Je*is§> tkrkHam Myers' Mission To Israel PAGE NINE (Continued from Page S) en). Mrs. Wagner was not there the bicycles and European cars I \ I ta J k ed to her on the Phne on the streets, the cleanliness—it \A said lr I J could return on Tuesis, to use Judy's (his daughter) T u ednesday of next week famous expression, "terrific ,? an nour 1 go t0 wolk Ther famous expression, "terrific. Paris is truly the crossroads of the world. Last night at dinner, there were present in the small restaurant at which we dined, Arabians in their native authentic robes and colorful garments. Indians, the men dressed in European suits but the women in their traditional veils; Germans, Englishmen and our noisy party of Americans. We saw Napoleon's tomb, the famous Louvre—palace of all French kings and now a museum Arc de Triumph, Eiffel Tower! many historic monuments and places, the rooms where the French aristocracy were kept before being led to the guillotine at the time of the French revolution, the location of the old Bastille now commemorated by a ; will be continuous meetings from the time of our arrival in Israel until we leave. I hope I will have time to write. Someday, Honey, you and I will return to Paris to see these things together. You will abhor the dark strong coffee that tastes like rubber but you will forget that when you see th;; flowers everywhere— in the parks, along the Seine, on the window sills of the poorest tenements, in the public markets And the shops! is offered by the Jewish Book Council, which consists of representatives of Jewish cultural organization of Greater Miami. B'nai HVilli Unit To Sponsor Tea Final plans have been cornJerusalem, Israel Monday, September 4. 1950 There is hardly time to write. We leave in a very few minutes on a government conducted tour of the country, to be gone until very late. The meeting last night lasted until after midnight so I had no chance to record my experiences. We arrived at the airport in Israel at 6 a.m., Israeli time yes """ T — —" %  ">now luinmumoraiea Dv a Assistance^ such programming | monument, museums by the dozens—all wonderful. Above all is the impression vou receive of antiquity combined with absolute cleanliness and complete charm.' {" t\ L?,' K %  The buildings, public and private. £*ffi SfiS 3 We J !" are all old-many of them hun^ d h C ? ly J"Vl ndlV 'dreds of years old: but vou feel SSffi y ? h # ret a nd Meyerson. Parisiennes are determined t^ i Ministers of Foreign Affairs and keep their city foreve because ," r .\ we ^Wasted at the airpletedlorthVcombined member! ** are spot.ess i„^J a^uT j JCV t nVlh^u^the S ^ 3 Slip tea to be Riven by the MetroI T h Parks are filled with colorful £S3S£ androckviSSS l n'Tuesd'av fehSlff SKSt" """ ^^ *" 9" bSTl cen^r^ncX 0n m a n t SJJS&faSffSSSLaL We Sned at 9 p.m.. and at ,,. SfuUVS-Se^V^ man of the event is Mrs. dropped in to see a typical Paris j we nassed the eviri P nro* of ^ i s a^si^iotTis p^i ^ d -f^ 0 ^ spectacular, as vou would"expect ^ USe S and burn d trenches, barbit to be in Paris. The stars of the > ed w,ro and so,diers on the alert show were the Four Steps, who we saw in Miami Beach last winter—colored dancers who brought down the house. The crowded room, the champagne and the day's sightseeing sent me to bed Hialeah-Miami Springs B'nai B'rith Unit To Meet Hicleah-Miami Springs B'nai B'rith Lodge will meet on Thursday, November 2, at 8 :15 p.m. at the Optimist Club. Program will include movies and a talk by Gilbert J. Balkin,, Florida regional director of the i Anti-Defamation League of B'na. I B'rith. Permanent officers will be elected and the official lodge title will be voted upon by the general membership. Charter presentation ceremonies have been scheduled tor November 12 at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. migration and thus ease our problems or continue our open door policy and take our chances?" Later, Ben Gurion called on the heads of the various American delegations to respond to greetings. The Jewish Agency, through Nathum Goldman, spoke first and unexpectedly in the course of his remarks, charged American Jews with failing to meet the challenge of these past several years. (To be continued tomorrow—| our car is leaving. I spoke next I and will tell you tonight whati I said.) Munson, Fascell Will Speak To Council Women The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will open its season of regular monthly meetings on Wednesday, November 1. at 1:30 p.m. at the Shore Club Hotel with talks by Dr. William B. Munson. associate professor of history at the University of Miami, and Dante Fascell, Democratic nominee for state legislature. Dr. Munson. who has been affiliated with the university since 1936. will speak on "Crucial Issues of Our Times." Fascell will discuss "Issues Before the State." Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz, program chairman, will introduce the speakers. Nominations Scheduled Nominations for officers of the Israelite Center have been set for November 7. with elections scheduled for November 21. Serving on the nominating committee are Morris Aron and the Mesdames L. Shenken. Sylvia Sandier. Alma Schwartz and Pauline Simon. Plans arc being lormulated for an installation dinner to be held in December. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES Tufffflmfi dent of District Five, B'nai B'rith ii, who is being assisted by representatives from each of the g \ local B'nai B'rith chapters. A skit entitled "B'nai B'rith A* Poppin'" will present various phases of B'nai B'rjth work. Each chapter will enact a different We arrived in Jerusalem about 8 a.m. (10 p.m. Saturday night your time) and rested until lunch time then to the opening session at 3 p.m., presided over by Ben Gurion himself, with all the y^skoppMiismd phase of the work and the ritual day s s 'g h tseeing sent me to bed ^ unon himself with all the will be enacted by the Mesdames' at ] a m a tir ed and exhausted dignity one would expect of the Harrv Kaufman. Nathan Rlonm I tourist. I head of a statedealing with its Harry Kaufman, Nathan Bloom, j Lenore Curtice, Ida Optner, A. Frank Welling, Melvin D. Benner, 1 Bernard Hoffman and Miss MiJ riam Goldstein. The musical acrcompaiment will be by Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan. Presidents and representatives I from the West Palm Beach, Fort %  Lauderdale, Hollywood and HiaBeah Chapters have been invited [to attend the affair. i tourist. At ten this morning, we ww JSL^SSff 0 P* conferencc 41 is up and sightseeing again. This beln g. h eld inla large room on he time, we directed the driver to £? st Slde of th f K im f Dav,d HotcI take us places where we could I ? !" m my "?* %  ^e conferenceget the feel of the people. TheA ahC t I hrough ,a rge Fronch to : workers quarters the manufactur-* do „ w ^ can se f e T the w f st wal1 ? f ing areas, hospitals. schools. the oId c,ty f of Jerusalem barely suburban areas and last but cer• a quarter of a m,le away The Prime Minister is an unMisa Melicov To Attend Music Teachers' Parley An.ut„ Melicov, pianist, who [recently returned from a three land one-half month vacation in will leave Sunday to Intend the annual convention of [the Florida State Music Teachers' %  Association to be held in Jacksonville October 29 to 31. Miss Melicov will bring back a gepoil to the Miami Music Teachlers Ass nuition. of which she is jurst vice president, on the piano %  mastei class to be led by Dr. %  Maurice Dumesnil, internationally %  Known French pianist, author and %  oremost exponent of Debussy. you as I explain. I had the feeling all morning that I was in a movie siudio examining stage settings— they couldn't be real—the Flea Market, a public market open Saturday and Sundays, the many You have confidence that he will be fair and impartial as a chairman. We listened to a two-hour address on the economic situation in Israel and the government's luiuii) unu ouaud^b. uiu muiiy in Israel ami me goveiiimeiu a ancient cathedrals, the artists' plan for solving it and then adquarters on the top of Montjourncd to the Prime Minister's martre overlooking the city where home where we were the dinner we lunched at a sidewalk cafe guests of him and his wife—buffet while artists sketched and painted style, simple and dignified: backthe scenes about us; the fascinatto the hotel for an evening session ing characters who roamed the | where we listened to Kaplan, streets and sat beside us. Do I Minister of Finance, elaborate on ..,,*! nur .:* nr )9 ur.,ii i M**I .1... ffj M Mh M ;i ... n uu.. 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PAGE TEN +Jewlst>fk>r*#*r) FRIDAY, OCTOBER Technicolor Film On Israel Produced By Local Firm To Be Shown At Planning Meet The world premiere of "Land of Promise" taken in the young republic last summer by a Miami movie production company was set for Thursday night. October 26. at the National Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish Rehabilitation at the Hotel Statler in Washington. In Tecnmcolor. the film is a 27-minute djcumentary on life in Is so ii To Address II & I* Women Ben Essen. Miami attorney, will add:e>E:r.:na Lazarus Chapter. Business and Professi >nal Women of B'r.ai B'rith, at a membership party on Sunday evening. November 5. at the Town and Beach Club. According to President Miriam Goldstein, u feature of the evening will be fche appearance of Snyder. hair stylist and consultant from Burdine's Beauty Salon, who will deliver an mformal talk on "Current Trends in Hair Styling." The program has been arranged by Paula Horowitz. Assisting her are Edith Simmons. Anne Levine and Charlotte Katzif. Rabbi Honig Speaks To Gables Zionists Rabbi Jacob Honig is slated to speak on "The Bridge Between Israel and America" at the first meeting of the Coral Gables : jt District on Thursday. October 26. at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, according to Norman R. Lyons. ient. Als i scheduled is a program of songs by the Choral Gables Jew..-.•-. C".•:".'.(•: Ch >::' under the dill of Mrs. Irwin We and the election of officers. the Jewish state today. Although there are scene depicting the depressing conditions in the reception centers and the havoc caused bv the Israel-Arab war. the motif is" youth and hope and construction, and the stress is on the new growth taking place. The film was produced by Baron De Hirsch Meyer. Miami Beach civic leader, and photographed bv Walter Resce. Known as Rainbow Pictures. Inc.. the company has headquarters at 760 West Ave., Miami Beach. Ri Dafne served as technical advise: Meye: this week addressed a special letter of invitation to all Miamians ..••-ending the conclave :n Washing! >n to be his guests at the first showing. Special showings for American and Israeli dignitaries at the meet will be presented throughout the w i ekend. Meyer disclosed that a sneak preview of the film was held last week at the office of the United Jewish Appeal in New York and that Henry Montor. executive director, and other members of his staff were "highly pleased." Photographer Resce served with the Air Forces motion picture service in the Pentagon Building upon his return from overseas, where he was with the 15th Air Forces Combat Camera Unit. He was held as a prisoner of war in Bulgaria for 15 months. Resce also served as director of motion picture photography at the Bikini Bomb test. Rise Stevens To Sing Here Rise Stevens, glamorous star of the Metropolitan Opera, movies and radio, will be guest artist at the opening concert of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday. October 29. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium and on Mondav. October 30, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami High School Auditorium. Born in New York City of Norwegian and American parents, the attractive mezzo-soprano has been singing ever since she was ten when she appeared on a radio program. At seventeen she was leading lady with the Opera Comique at the Heckscher Thea:n New York. She was heard by the famous late teacher Madame Anna Schoen-Rene. who was so impressed that she offered to teach the young singer and obtained for her a scholarship at the Juilliard Graduate School of | Music. Shortly afterwards. Miss ; Stevens was offered a contract with the Metropolitan Opera | Company, but declined inasmuch as she decided to first continue | her studies in Salzburg, Vienna and Paris. Miss Stevens made her operatic debut at the Prague Opera House in the tile role of "Mignon." Following this, she sang in opera in Vienna, Glyndebourne, EngI land. Cairo, the Teatro Colon in i Buenos Aires, Paris and in almost every major opera house in this An Americanism program feat^ country, uring Florida Legislators will be „. ., T sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai, School Paper btail Listed B'rith. at its meeting on Tuesday. Affair Blam~ Tops. Critic Says •The Affair Blum." a German film with English subtitles, which bows into the Cameo Theatre Fridav for a four-day run. is one of Europe"s best post war movies. Dealing with the German counterpart of the Dreyfus case, it is an overwhelming indictment against Diejudice. The storv concerns the efforts of the police to pin a murder rap on an innocent man—because he is Jewish. Based on an actual trial which occurred in Germany 24 years ago and became a cause celebre. the film is superbly acted. There is not a single actor in the cast who can be considered less than a perfect example of tvpe casting. %  T he Affair Blum." combining as it does the most breath-taking suspense with an expose of how judicial systems operate in a climate of hysteria, is a first rate film that ought to be a must on everyone"s list.—LA. North Shore Lodge To Hold Smoker North Shore Lodge. B'nai fi., w.ll sponsor ils y "H smoker in honor of new m.T" 1 on Sunday. November 5 ?^ p.m. at the Monte Carlo u* 1 it has been announced b • L ^ Tobin. president. UonjI i I Highlight of the evenings D nu gram will be a radio bro H specially beamed :. B'wdwSl lodges from coast to £f* — ovet In ternatiort NBC in which President Frank Golden Membership chatrmah, Mill Mannheimer. is in charge 0 f 5 City Manager To Speak Chelsie J. Senerchia. city manager, will address the members of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at their luncheon club meeting on Tuesday. October 31. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Subject of his address will be: "Behind the Scenes in the City Manager's Office." Church Pupils To Visit Beth Jacob Sunday Pupils of the M.. :. Beach O !" munity Church Sunday Schal will visit the Beth Jacob STO! gogue Sunday morning to hear, presentation of the relig-J symbols of the syn.igogue to a given by Rabb; :.: Meschel* Legislators To Appear On Sholem Lodge Program *3W VSN yn ra ^onpiosSstpv!it flabbi Joseph E. Rackonkj tit Michigan AT*OUI Miami Beach Phone 5 3595 Board Meeting Called A meeting of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has been called for Tuesday. October 31. at 8 p.m. at Federation headquarters to hear a report from the Miami delegation to the National Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish Rehabilitation. November 7. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El. The Hon. B. Elliott. Speaker of the Florida House of Representative, will be principal speaker. Others who will appear are Robert L. Floyd. George Okell. Dante Fascell and R. B. Gautier. The meeting, arranged by Program Chairman David Stuzin, will be open to the public. Staff members for the Normandy News, student publication of Normandy School. 1021 Biarritz Dri\e, were announced this week by Headmaster Leo Huberman. Selected to head the staff was junior, Edward Cooper, last year's associate editor. Aiding Editor Cooper will be associate editor, Shirley Handelman; feature writers, Phyllis Cohen. Betty Kaplan. Bob Ackerman, Arnold Davis. Jill Huberman, Bob Jacker. Julia Lichtenstein and Bob Kassman. Production chores are handled by Rafael Pick. 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The seven-story hotel at 21st St. and the Ocean will be completely airconditioned with every guest room individually controlled. A large swimming pool, expansive private beach, cabana colony. Turkish end steam baths, fully equipped gymnasium and free parking facilities are only a few of the features of the new hotel. Distributors for Nationally Known — Leading Brands Widely Advertised MIAMI WHOLESALE CORPORATION CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 MEWS Hose Underwear Work Clothes Shirts Bathing Suits Walking Shorts WOMEN'S Blouses Dresses Underwear Hose CHILDREN'S Hosiery Play Clothes Underwear Dresses Bathing Suits Complete Linen Supplies for HOTELS MOTELS APTS. Blankets. Draperies. Pillow Cases, Sheets. Towels. Rugs. Spreads. Table Cloths. Shower Curtains. Window Curtains, Dish Cloths Piece Goods and Draperies We Carry a Large Stock On Hand At AH Times D. SEROTT. PRESIDENT Phcne 3-3449 60 N.W. 3rd Street Phone 34737-8 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Asiociation. PartlC 'P al JJ| Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, warns public: _,...• 1. That only stores where the sign of the GMVH are displayed are endorsed by the Vaad; -"15J That only chickens with the ring of the GMVH are endorsed by the Vaad as kosher; oooftb' That only FRESHLY KILLED chickens with UM r.ng GMVH may be purchased in the live poultry m f r e '' That COLD chickens in the lire poultry market can endorsed by the Vaad because they may be Over Not to be misled by statements such as 't" dlt ';. served" under the impression that they are kos. • ^.^ 6. That stores which are not endorsed by the Greaw H M..A ... —. .ll.u) &f „ UA 4ha rina ot t... 2. 3. 4. 5. Vaad are not allowed to use the ring For other information Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovtky HARRY SIRKIN, Prei. H. SOOTIN, Sec. about Kaehruth call our Dj^' r 5 .JSJS. Bit Michigan Avenue. 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)AY, OCTOBER 27, 1950 Jewisti fkrieiian jncert Series lekei Drive Launched ,.. Miami Beach YMHA Comtn'itv Concert Series ticket sale |ve was launched this week and |l run until November 13, actjng to Judge Kenneth Oka, lairman. )ka announced that members he Jewish Centers Association supporting the ticket drive. Iw in its fifth year, the series \\ be a lull-fledged Jewish, hmunity effort, hesaid. | concert series effort Dade Jewish Centei, leah-Miar-i Springs Center, Center, West Miami liter, Flagler-Granada Center, i Jewish Community ter AH members of these JCA lanizations are entitled to a • discount on the series Ascription. Artists appearing on the pron an' Ervin Laszlo, pianist, eember 14; Orfeo Hispanico oral Ensemble, December 26; rman Carol, violinist, January Charles Weidman Dance Co., hruarj 20; and Suzanne Danco, lich 22. ioneor Women | Race i P. Rogers, a former MiVie policeman, won democratic nomination as table in District 2 in Tueslunolf with Tom Wood. PBers carried 18 of the 23 pre['-• m the district to get 1,986 fs to Wood's 1,421. The poll, conducted in the form of a telephone quiz on musical knowledge brought out the following statistical facts. Attorneys were far superior in their basicknowledge of musical instruments. Dentists led in the recognizing of pieces, while engineers most successful in recognizing the techniques of the leading virtuosos. Teachers ran tiue to form in their knowledge of musiiVessie cul history. Best overall showing %  • was made by a craft not ordinarily associated with music, the accountants. Close behind were music's sister arts, the actors and artists. ish Community Center. Serving with her are Esther Zinn, vice president; Ed Silverstein, treasurer; Myrna Schlafer, recording secretary; Barbara Lustgarten, corresponding secretary; Helen Hoffman, chaplain; and Paul Diamond, sergeant-atarms. Installation of officers is scheduled for Sunday, November 5. Working on plans for the affair are Morton Baum, Paul Diamond, Fridelle Kirschner, Norma Rosenberg, Esther Zinn and Anna D. Dantelds, senior adviser. Obituaries ALEX J. ROSE SO, of 3440 s.W. 15th St., passed away last week following an accidental fall. A local contractor, Mr. Rose resided here since coming from Pitta* burgh two years ago. Surviving are his wife. Bertha: his mother, Mrs. Rose; two sons, uouis and ; a brother, I ii\ Isldot e Rose, ml two sisters, Mrs. Anna Zarel an Miss Evelyn Rose, Philadelphia. The remains were senl t" Wllkes Barn Pa., for final rites and interment by the Gordon Funeral Home. Mail Your Check Or Money Order A convenient easy way to start you on the road to financial security with fully insured savings that will earn regular dividends. Watch your account grow with .... NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St. Shep.,d Irood, North Miami Mai Dr.yr. ''•iide/ri Stcffonf v'in account Insured up to $10,000.00 by the Federal SavingH and Loan Insurance rnrporatlon. SARAH GOLDBERG SO, of 1678 Michigan Ave., passed I away last nl at her residence. Mrs. The direct interview story was Goldberg cams hers five yeacs at:" first USPH hv Horace Greelev. r '" Birmingham. Ala. Surviving are ..... .on. Morris and Abraham, ol daughter, Mis. Rae I' f Miami; six grandchildren great grandchildren. Th. two suns. Chicago; Morewltz. ami three remains were sent t Birmingham by Gordon Funeral Home. SAMUEL WOLF %  tii, of 1326 Pennsylvania Ave., passed away Monday. (Services were held in Riverside Memorial Chapel with Interment in Mt, Sinai Cemetery. A retired clothing manufacturer from Lowell, Mass.. Mr. Wolf cam,here seven .oars ago. Hiwas a member of Knesetn Israel Congregation; B'nal It'rith anil Workman's Circle. SurvlvI Ins are his wife. Esther*; a daughter, Gladys; two sons, William anil Kilw-ani: two sisters ami three brothers. MRS. ANNA SOOTIN \:'. 7 1. passed awA) October 23 in Brooklyn, N. v. Survivors include two daughters and three sons, including flyman Sootln of Miami ami 8. daurence Sootln of Miami Qeach. Mrs. Sooiin was .1 winter visitor here for !.". vcars anil was active in the Golda Heyerson Chapter of Pioneer Women. MAX SCHALFEL Age BT, residing at L'liill S.W. 34th A vt-.. passed awa> Monday evening in a, local hospital. He was a retired motion picture theater operator and hail rewded here for the past two vi.ir\ coming from Pittsburgh, Bn. I Survived by his wife, Fannie, four .sons, i ;.rsnn, Milton, Joseph nn<\ Leonard; a brother Morris ami two Peters Mrs B. Lector anil Mrs. Lena Reich all of PlttsbUCgh. Services are to be hold in Pittsburgh where remains I are being sent by Gordon Funeral j Home. 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FRIDAY OCTOBER 27. 1950 *Jenisti ftcridliar PAGE THIRTEEN L 0 utli Florida ll'nai BVith Naders Hill Attend Institute Hero Sunday • RVlth leaders from South SJoii Sunday, October 29 to -B'nia B'rith Institute, lit has i' 1 RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF MIZRACHI WOMEN chairmen who will participate in workshops and seminars. Melvin S. Hani.-, of Columbia. •mounced by C. R. | S. C, first vice president ol I i x, cutive director of !; ,h Council of Greata In South Floresented by lodge TIO|M .il Women fcive Bookeoveru r 0 Beach Sehool of its Anti-DriamaI am, Tropical B'rith Women, is B'rith District Grand Lodge Five, has conducted two such institute, in the northern part of the state and will complete his tour with the Sorrento affair. The institute lees and committee will enable B'nai B'rith leaders •yto discuss the in iny pi grams and service work carried on within their specific lodges. Scheduled to address the Bernini rs between the hours of in a m. and 4 p.m., are George J. Talianolf who will speak on technical s for membership i Louis Heiman, past president ni District Five and Sholem i. who will outline the dutii lodge Hillel committi i s; Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation lue of B'nai B'rith, who w ill discuss the work of the ADL lavcommittees within the lodges; Morrice Umans of Tampa, who will explain B'nai B'rith's augmented Americanism and civic affairs programs; and Milton A. man, national youth commissioner, who will tell of B'nai B'rith's sponsorship of youth organizations throughout the country. overs, desacrifice of the n the U.S.S. Dorc th Beach Elemente nal presentation be held in tin i mm on Friday. ting at 1 p.m. a Weiss Liebman, has ai ranged I %  : I special program !, -introduction to Included in the be the showing of 'Songs of Friend'..,-• community singing. ; dramatic reading on he mea the four chaplains' lemocracy today. f presentation of the the school will be e i n | half of the chapter by Benner, president; rs 1.. % %  C'ypen, program i Gilbert J. Balkin, Luncheon reservations may be made by calling the B'nai B'rith council office at 82-5684. Auxiliary Will Review Summer Activities Summer activities of all deI partments will be reviewed when iir„fR'n,i the executive board of the Wornn'.i-Dcfi.niation League of a nai Mrs. Lionel Golub of Brooklyn. N. Y„ was unanimously re-elected national president of ihe Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, major women's religious Zionist group in the United States, at the silver jubilee convention ol the organization in Atlantic City, N. J. The 25th annual conclave also voted a budget in excess of $1,000,000 to carry forward educational. Youth Aliyah, and social welfare activities in Israel. Mrs. Emanuel Karger of Miami was elected to the national board. %  Ill Council Will Meet November 2 The B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami will meet Thursday, November 2, at 8:15 p.m. in the council offices, 330 Seybold Building. George Bertman. president, announce, Bernard Newmark, state membership chairman, will report on the progress of the current membership campaign, and Herbert i easurer of the V.A. Service Fund, will report on the i ly B'nai B'rith parties held at the V. A. Hospital. Final preparations will be made by the council for the special i B'rith broadcast honoring Milton Berle on Sunday. November a, over NBC. B nth Council will officially welcome the new Hialeah-Miami Springs Lodge into the fold. 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All committee chairmen are to read written reports at the meeting, which will be held in the Memorial Room of the hospital on the mezzanine floor adjoining the gift shop at 10 a.m. Cuban Jewish Leader Given President's Award HAVANA. (JTA) — Adolf o Kates, a Jewish communal leader here, last week was awarded the Orden de Caballero Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, which is awarded by the Cuban President to prominent Cuban citizens for services rendered to this country. The Best of Europe's PostWar Films! "PERFECT PICTURE" N. Y. P-st The German counterpart of the shameful Dreyfus case "AFFAIR BLUM" A Flaming Indictment Against Eigotry and Intolerance 4 DAYS ONLY Starting TODAY Wash. Ave. at 15th Miami Beach English Titles Air Conditioned CAMEO Prof. Munson Addresses Louis D. Brandeis Unit The Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, celebrated United Nations Week at a social meeting on Thursday, October 26, at 8 p.m. at the Seacomber Hotel. 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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jewisi>ncridte>i Co-Opcrative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Mr. Mebman, a member < %  the New fork Bar Association, will soon i hi* law practice in this area. Formei director % %  < the economic imis8ion nf tli.. Zloi i>i the Miami j' a cn %  %  • Mi Ulebman i> pi igram chairman .'i the Miami Beach X. i] 1st I'M ct.—THE EDITOR. At the conclusion of the first Disassociation can be exercised a'. article in this series, the statement any time hut in such event, the made that there are three member leaves with only the primary tvpes of rural or agriculj clothes on his back regardless 01 the accumulated profits or wealth of the kvutza. Some kvutzot are also known as kibbutzim but there is a distinction between the two terms. In these articles a kibbutz shall refer to groups of kvutzot banded together as a federation based tural settlements. The moshavah Is the original and oldest form. Petach Tikvan, I!, rzlia and Rehovot are now three cities with populations ranging from ten to thirty-five thousand peoples. Each of the-u started as a moshavah—a farm, ing village composed of one-half upon a common economic or poiwho were farmers owning their itical philosophy, particularly toio were tarmers owning own land and the other half farm laborers, all of whom were Jewish. All other rural settlements are founded on land owned by the Jewish National Fund (JNr\ whose Hebrew name is Keren Kayemeth L'Israel. The JNF secures its funds from all parts of the world by way of contributions and endowments. It was created by the first World Zionist Congress in 1897 to purchase land in P i tine and to hold it in perpetuity for all Jewry. ward socialism, attitudes toward the youth movement and orientation to the doctrines of A. D. Gordon. Common needs and banding together should not imply complete unanimity on all matters. Each kibbutz assists a member kvutza in an emergency, supplies a central system of education and acts for its affliatc> in larger fields. Among the better known kvutzot are Afikim (established in 1928 in the Jordon Valley, area 100 dunams and population 400), Degania A (established in 1909 ;n A kvutza consists of a group Jord((n Vallev 180 o dunams and 1 of individuals to whom the JNt p„ pulation 560 ). Ein Harod (es' has leased a tract of land that, tablished in 192 i on the Plain ot from a few hundred dunams (a dunam is a one-fourth .,1 thousand. UsualI for the first Jezreel, 11.800 dunams. population 1 900). Ein Hashofet (established! 1937, Hills ol Ephraim. population 400. 3500 dunams and named after : few v %  allow the new Jud 'g e Brandies), Geva (1921. group I h itself. The [ lai upon the membershiD of the fertilit; f the soil and :.••. to cultivate it. Ant. al 60 %  : ss found i I %  "' • r P"vate own. -j Each .„ equa] am(|Unt land held undei a forty-nine year %  •.-. evi n the mi n, on : enoun immunal tn -ir" 11 pei % % %  a l v.' alth and b 1 Unl< one i 1 pplicanl must ue %  ng, then he 1 ted on a trial I I : mon ths I : ion to <: Valley of Jezreel 5000 dunams, population 1.100) and many thers. There are approximately 20U kvutzot in Israel. A n ir moshav oveditn ent) is a settlement of fai smallholder.; of Youth Department, has defined it. as "A community in which the business or farm is completely collectivized, whereas the family, as a familv. retains its individual existence and lives its own sepal ate private family life each in his own fashion. It is based on a distribution of resources in accordance with the individual needs of the family and not in accordance with the earning or contribution in work of the individual. It is an attempt to strike a balance between the nd for rationalized collective work and the demand of the individual worker for as large a measure of self-determination as possible Li regard to that part of his life which is not devoted to earning I his living." Of the approximately 120 rural settlements founded in Israel during the past year. 90 were of the moshav and moshav shitufi type as against thirty kvutzot. Later articles will indicate why there is this trend, especially from the motivation for family life, opportunity for economic advancement and ind i v i d u a 1 liberty. There are two conversations I had while visiting the immigration camps last summer that reveal the difficulty in attracting some of the former DPs to agricultural colonies and especially to the kvutzot type. In the Bet Olim near Rannanna. I met a man who had been there for eleven months. He had recovered from his former physical disability. I asked him why he remained in the camp and he said. "I can't find .1 job in the city." I then asked him why he didn't go in for farming and his reply was, "I lived in a concentration camp for six years. I don't want to go into another one. I want my own home and I want to go where and when I please." The second conversation took place in a camp near Haifa. It was almost identical with the first. However on this occasion. I asked him why he didn't choose a moshav shitufi where he could have greater personal liberty. He said he had only heard of this kind shortly before my arrival. "In Poland from where I come," he added, "the agents from Poale Zion never told us of such a kibbutz. Now I am trying to get together a group because this I am willing to try." Some moshavin (plural of moshav) which may interest tourists to Israel are Beth Hanan (founded in" 1929 in Judea, pop. 400) Gesher (1922. Jordon Valley, 4000 dunams, 500 pop), Kfar Hittim (1925, Galilee, 4000 dunams, 300 pop., all Mizrachists), Kfar Marmorek (1931. Judea. 1000 dunams. 500 Yemenites), Kfar Yehezkel the JNF, Each en1 rty rights in 11 tract, live stock, buildings | and farm equipment. The co-! operative effort consists in an all-inclusive program oi selling the members' produce, and dealing with civic affairs, irrigation and purchasi ol live stock, seed an I thi necessities Heavy machine] ;• s tractirs, 1 .'i" s, ...i communally owned. In idual illness, the 1 take over duties. I The ci. :. between mos-i hav and moshavah lies in the kers and employers the former. In a moshavah. may be wide variance in individual wealth and financial i •A and strikes by farm lands may even occur. The principle oi themoshav is that each be his own master in a community of equality. In recent years, the moshav eloped as a vai iant moshav with aspects of the kvutza. Lionel Feitleberg of the Z:oni-t Organization's jLl.A Let BERNIE SAFFER Worry ... About Your FOOD Entertainment and the other thousand details for your Weddings. 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^V OCTOBER 27, 1950 *Mnist>r/cr0jrcJn •PAGE FIFTEEN A Tribute To Mizrachi Women By SOLOMON KERSTEIN (Vice President of the Block Publishing Co. and we ll-known Jeioish Journalist and publicist) But the spiritual power Mizrachi i Benjamin Franklin, printer and i sion" in the colonial resistance of Women have invested in the land editor, has been termed by one | oppression. mahistorian as "the one man of viIn anv recital of Jewish history L,p encounters the phrase "city K Mother in Israel." Th.s ap%  nd to a Jewish community .,hlp for its distinguished Jewfc 0 ab i,s,,nalitH, and for its Rdevlments that have left their ermanent impress upon Judaism %  is the concept of motherhood r? hcd to a city of great Jewish Knsequenc.-. r nr the outstanding praise Itfered a Jewish woman is to (en her a -mother in Israel. By his name we can well designate hi beloved Mizrachi Woman 'adiT of the U.S., and of Israel, Bessie Gotsfeld. In her case the Innrllation is no mere linguistic %  We; she is in good truth a Ibster mother of her people. During the quarter century she has exerted a profound niritual influence upon thousnds of children and youths in jrael and throughout the Jewish Erorld. Her accomplishments and he esteem in which she is unitrsailv held are attested by the Let th.it ilready a religious chilen's village—Kfar Batyah—has leenn. el her. This village 5 near Tel Aviv, in the splendid trroiui I "' Raaaanah. This %  %  "iiuirT. whii heads ver 50 institutions [ mits i the new [. ilso had her name h a newly created •i the Holy Land, lis i hildren's village into a '"city and [ %  %  Y isked fm auto\':ls. Mrs. Gotsfeld foi gel me personI COg in the wheel [tin Women's activity, list v bout the work of the Eousan i I American Mizrachi i a, all of whom are responsible fm our achievements in Isy." | 1: is well therefore that this jrticle concerns itself largely with lie Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, which is holding its 25th anniversary convention in Atlantic City October 15 to 18. Kfar Batyah, only three years old, has a seme of buildings and schoolhquses, to attest to recent Mizrachi Women creativeness. This million dollar project will have 25 structures in all, in which will be provided complete sustenance and full religious and technical education for hundreds of young boys and girls. They are taught weaving, embroidery, shoemaking, locksmithing, carpentry and agricultural pursuits. It has more than three hundred young disciples learning how to become productive citizens of Israel. Most of them are of the Religious Youth Aliyah, brought over from the holocaust of Europe, to maintain body and soul along traditional lines in the new land. The national body of Mizrachi Women began in a small way in 1925, under the guidance of Mrs. Adela Goldstein, of blessed memory, and a number of her idealistic colleagues. Some of the original founders have developed into top leaders with the years Mrs. Gotsfeld. now honorary president and Israeli representative, is one of these. The organization's first efforts were di\ toward establishment of girls' homes and technical schools. Added achievements to the ni d • have been monumental. Al:/:;.i hi Women now \ %  i. ; .'ii onstruction project.-; to their credit in Israel, ui and small towns. Then Zeirot in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv. I and Haifa (this last is a Canadian achievement); children's schools. nursery teachers' institutes, adult academies, and social welfare centers, as well as the Kfar Batyah. In money the organization has invested in Israel over $5,000,000 I collected in the United States, I Canada and Mexico. The latest I project is the Bar-Ilan School, i named after the late world leader of Mizrachi, Rabbi Meir Bar-Han. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS' Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS is greater even than their terial gifts. The writer, who has attended many of their conventions and local gatherings, can attest to the deep faith and determination with which they have conducted their deliberations and their labors. It has shown itself in their American activities, and in all of their doings. They have provided spiritual food for all of Jewry, particularly the refugees from persecution. The Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada thus signifies the extraordinary achievements of America's Women's Mizrachi: "We have learnt with much joy of the coming 25th anniversary celebration of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, whose variegated activities and achievements in Israel merit our highest commendation. "During that time this organization has erected more than 50 institutions, consisting of educational projects, technical schools, children's villages, and the like, wherein thousands of young people orphaned in Europe obtain the sanctified religious upbringing which is their due, and learn their life's occupations, in the most holy atmosphere of the land of our fathers. "By their work and devotion they have proved themselves full : partners in the building of the land and the creation of the nation Israel. They can well pride themselves over their 25 years of activity. "The Mizrachi Women have done much to redeem the souls ni the young religious immig Through their schools and houses of refuge they have performed the divim command of saving the and s IUIS of humanity in ,i single combined operation." .Mrs. Gotsfeld declares that a %  new era is opening fur the organization, "Our work until now," i she says, "has been only the genesis; we shall go on to ever greater achievements for the youth and for the future of Israel." To this Dr. Herzog. chief rabbi | of Israel, gave a hearty amen | when Kfar Batyah was created three years ago. He was aware that Mizrachi Women were already building magnificently for the state that was yet to be. At the Atlantic City convention the delegates will properly be expected to exclaim in the words of the Psalms: "This day hath the Eternal made; let us rejoice and be happy thereon!" Q*U*H CHICKS SOTCS bette* tluiH, eve*! 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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jewls*nerkliari ragAY^TOBE RB, i; I nsi ii uK' For Jewish Studies Will Open Fifth Year On Monday Night The Institute for Jewish Studies will open its fifth year of adult courses for the Jewish community of Miami on Monday, October 30. A ten-week course is offered in languages, history and Jewish literature, with classes in Hebrew and Yiddish on both Mondays and Wednesdays. All sessions will be held at the Beth David CongregaSoprano-Author Returns Here Miss Ruth Brotman, who left the end of June for Montreal to attend a convention of the Authors and Press Club of which she is a member, has returned to Miami Beach to continue her musical activities. Miss Brotman. former associate editor of the Winnipeg Post and music correspondent in Detorit and Montreal, will write a series of articles for tha Ottawa Journal and a national syndicate. A soprano of note. Miss Brotman gave concerts at the Government House. Ottawa, and at a civic reception given by the mayor of Montreal. Pioneer Women To Seat Leaders Tuesday. October 31, is the date scheduled for the Pioneer Women's installation luncheon, originally set for October 17 but postponed because of the hurricane. The affair will be held at the Shelborne Hotel at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will install officers of all chapters in the Greater Miami area, and Mrs. Rosemary •Gerson Kaplan, who recently returned from the silver jubilee convention, will give a report. 'IdeaTMan' To Be Chosen At Dance Clara Hash Landau Chapter. B'n, : ; B'rith Young Women, will sponsor its second annual "Ideal Man" contest and dance at the Shelborne Hotel. October 28. Contestants have been submitted by various youth groups throughout tion, S.W. 3rd Ave. between 26th and 27th Roads. Registration is set for Monday. October 30, at 7:30 p.m. and first classes will begin at 8 p.m. Courses will include: beginners' Hebrew for those seeking a mastery of mechanical reading and an appreciation of the prayer boolt: beginners' modern Hebrew leading to facility in Hebrew conversation and of value to those contemplating a trip to Israel; intermediate Hebrew for those having a basic knowledge of Hebrew writing, reading and vocabulary; advanced Hebrew for those seeking an appreciation of Hebrew literature; beginners' Yiddish for those who wish facility in reading and writing simple Yiddish; intermediate Yiddish leading to an appreciation of Yiddish literature and composition; a Century of Jewish Life— a study of the historical movements in Jewish life from the French Revolution to date; the Talmud and Midrash—an examination of the second greatest religious creation of the Jews; and giants in Jewish literature—an introduction to the great Jewish writers from Judah HaLevy of the Golden Age of Spain, to Sholem Asch and Martin Buber of today. A rotating faculty of rabbis and educators will present the last course. Schedule is as follows: Nov. 1. Yehuda HaLevy by Rabbi Max Shapiro; Nov. 8, Moses Hayim Luzzato by Rabbi Moshe Mann; Nov. 15. Yehuda L. Gordon by Rabbi Simon April; Nov. 22. Achad HaAm by Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Nov. 29, Hayim Nachman Bialik by Rabbi Joseph Narot; Dec. 6, Saul Tchernihofsky by Louis Schwartzman; Dev. 13, Shalom Aleichem by Rabbi Ralph Do Koven; Isaac L. Peretz by Milton Kurman; Sholem Asch by L. Lasavin; Jan. 3. Martin Buber by Rabbi Morris Skop. Faculty for the other courses will consist of Hy Pomerantz. Mrs. Ruth Uliss, Louis Schwartzman, Joseph Hurwitz. Milton Kurman, Dr. Donald Michelson Leon J. Ell Ell Renamed -IM Council Chairman Leon J. Ell was re-elected chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami at a recent meeting of the group. 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)AYi OCTOBER 27, 1950 An American Jew Speaks By IRVING EDISON /President of the National Jewish Welfare Board) ciDate no vacuums in LTcan Jewish life-cultural or brwise. On the contrary, I see Tau* cnlic and ener f etlc .. U -P of Jewish cultural activity u ghout the country. • • e e Jewish Community Center as a matter of historic fact, a ne manifestation of an ideal t is central to Jewishness and aisnv a strongly-motivated e to elevate, to better, to roVe This is a work which ld call forth blessings in any but in this our own—a period Ljft-moving transition—it is "able and vital beyond our ,ty to calculate. + XnisHkrldian PAGE SEVENTEEN 1 I and more the Jewish Iimunity Center seeks to go ond the needs of its memberp to extend to the entire Jew[community the facilities, reLces and sound group work Jciples developed by the ie of the great strengths of Jewish Community Center I in its flexibility, in its willLess and even eagerness to bt itself, its services, its charts, to the needs and requireIts'of the times. • • _l Jewish Community Center art of a great trinity — the the synagogue and the ie must not let down our |h. They have served us in I wars in a single generation I now iigain in the Korean jgency. Yuuth needs us as we I them. • e should not self-segregate or Ighettoi/.e American Jewish I Such a procedure would be loak ourselves with inferiori|The program of the National ish Welfare Board is a major tribution toward a dignified and self-respecting life for Jews in America as Americans and as Jews. • • • The miracle of Israel is real.' • • Moving steadily toward a greater measure of unity without uniformity, we have found it both desirable and possible to plan and build for a stronger American Jewry while at the same time helping to establish the state of Israel and to rescue and rehabilitate hundreds of thousands of Jews in other parts of the world, and to take care of thousands of newcomers within our land. Important among the many forces that alerted and sensitized American Jewry to and prepared it for its unprecedented responsibilities is the Jewish Community Center movement. To the emerging pattern of positive Jewish life in America we find the center giving impetus, guidance and substance. The development or non-development of Jewish life and personality affects each and every one of us. It is up to us to build for our generation and the generations to come as they built for us. • • • The center movement and the National Jewish Welfare Board constitute a partnership devoted to the establishment of the kind of Jewish community we want to bequeath to the next generation. The center movement and JWB are allies with all other positive forces in Jewish life—the synagogue and the home. Together we seek to carry out in our time the prophet Jeremiah's charge of the exiled Jews of Babylon: "Seek the welfare of the city wherein you dwell and pray unto the Lord for it: for in its welfare shall be your peace." Scavenger Hunt Will Aid Fund Lend-A-Hand-Fund will receive all proceeds from a "LendA-Hand For Keeps" scavenger hunt to be sponsored by B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter No. 14 on Monday evening, October 30 at Miami Beach. According to Mimi Levy, president of the group, members will canvass the Miami Beach area on Monday evening, asking for clothing, toys and other articles useful in the annual Lend-AHand Fund campaign. The workers will be properly identified by large badges indicating their name and organization title. Residents of Miami Beach have been asked to cooperate in this community service project which, though similar to "Tricks or Treat" games of youngsters on Halloween, is definitely a serious campaign designed to assist less fortunate neighbors in the area, Miss Levy said. On the committee are Barbara Ginsburg and Miriam Levy. John Peter Zenger, early New York editor, was jailed in 1734 for his criticisms of the royal governor. LEGAL NOTICE THE BEST IN KOSHEP FOODS Miami Beach" "Caterers of Distinction" For All Occasions I NO PARTY TOO SMALL — NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Put consultant* are prepared to visit you in your home kd it-ill offer advice and suggestions without obligation. Call 5-2655 or 86-5000 — Ask for Boris P More and more the call fs-fbr BAUANTINE BEER Purify, Bodyond Flavor in every glass BETTER BUY THE CASE—then you won?! n,n *hort when unexpected guests drop in V. BalUatia* Som, N" rk > N?• Distributed by ... STATE BEVERAGES, INC. *M BLANK, Pres. Phone 88-3431 •Mrs. Nelson To Be Luncheon Hostess Mrs. Bess Nelson will be hostess at a dessert luncheon at the Saxony Hotel on Monday, October 30, at 1:30 p.m. for members of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom and their friends. The luncheon will serve as a "kick-off" to the series of Wednesday afternoon teas during the month of November preparatory to the sisterhood's bazaar early in December. Admission is an article of merchandise suitable for sale at the bazaar. The other four teas will be held at the temple. "The sisterhood storeroom is already beginning to bulge with gifts for the bazaar and it is hoped that Mrs. Nelson's luncheon will start the ball rolling for an even greater supply," stated Mrs. Alexander Robbins in extending the invitation. "Tne Monday morning sewing group has made aprons and dresses and novelties and will continue to sew right up until the last moment." Mrs. H. S. Kaplan is bazaar chairman. Beach Publicity Firm Organized Announcement is made of the formation of Public Relations Consultants, with offices at 1101 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, by Helen Alpert and Ben Schneider. The new unit will provide a complete service in planning, organizing, executing and counseling public relations campaigns for commercial enterprises as well as hotels and affiliated businesses. Miss Alpert has served as airector of press relations and promotions for oceanfront hotels, is editorial chief of Florida Hotel 704 Blacayne Bide News, Hotel Guide and the Dej % %  '^"•-'7 11/3-10 lano Hotel Gazette. She is a j NOTICE BY PUBLICATION member of Hotel Sales Manage| IN_THE .CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ment Association and special writer for The Jewish Floridian. Previously, she was featurewriter for the Albany (N. Y.) Times-Union and staff correspondent for International News Service. Schneider was on the city room staff of the New York WorldTelegram for 14 years and came to Hollywood Beach from the NBC network. His featured "personality interviews" have been widely reprinted in the country's newspapers. Heading the office staff is Bert Goldberg, Army PRO veteran. He is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, national professional journalistic fraternity, has done feature writing for Miami and Seattle papers and has been engaged in night club and political publicity. Field offices for the firm have been established in New York, Chicago, Baltimore, Washington, D. C, Los Angeles and Havana. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKHV (I1VKN that thu undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name II>A. IN AMi FOR IIAUB COC.VTV. — i.\ CHAM I:I:V, No. 136200. MANNY KRUMHOLZ, also known as MAX KIUMHOI.Z, I'laintlff, vs. BETTY KRUMHOLZ, Defendant. TO: BETTY KRUMHOLZ, 2S90 Tlebout Ave., Bronx •"<". New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the itill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit iCourt on or before the 23 day of November, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, here* tofore filed herein, will he taken AH confessed by you. Hated at Miami. Florida, this tha 23 day of Oct., 1950. %  :. B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, I Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: 'M, \V. BTOCKING, Hel'Utv Clerk. Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorne) tor I'laintlff. 1023 Seybold Uldg., Miami, Fla. 10/27 11/8-10-17 Workshop Will Present Story Of Al Smith "The Story of Al Smith" is this week's dramatic presentation by Radio Workshop for Democracy to be heard Sunday, October 29, at 7:45 p.m., over radio station WMIE. Cast for this week's program NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tlie undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ) Florshclm Shoe Store. 245 East Flakier 81 Miami, Fla., Florshelm shoe Hhop, ti4i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with ih* Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>.''Io County, Florida, ( %  ( IWKN-BI'LBIN SHOE STORES, INC. 1" 27 II J-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Circle Insurance Agency HI 1220 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, Inincludes Rose Heines, M. J. Ber-1 tend to register said name with the liner. Lowell Thing, Bill Rogers, Clerkof the^Olrcull Court or Dad* Vic Knobloch and Irving Fried-. ARNOLD I', ROSEN man. c. A HAAS Mrs. Gertrude Marx is director, MTEMi HEI'MAN VKAPLAN with Steve Kesslcr as musical director. Attorneys for Applicants 1" 27 11 3-10-17 lHSffiH' 4?0 UNCOIN ROM) MIAMI BEACH, FLA 'PHONE 5-2978 S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN al the undersigned, deslrli 0 to engage In business under the fictitious name "C EMBASSY KKHTAl'RANT ill 1857 COLLIN8 AVE., MIAMI HKACH,Intends ti register said name with the Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Dada County, Florida. EMBASSY RESTAURANT, IN''1 t iwni H HI3RICK .VSHAPIRO Attorneys f"i applicant I 42U Lincoln Road 10/27 11/3-10-17-21 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE nd WINDOW GLASS Furniture Topg. Beveled Mirrorg and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER &f BRASLAWSKYS &f AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS Kosher "VJD Marker Thank their friends and customers for the fine response to the notice of their GRAND OPENING We will continue to serve you with Quality Meat at Fair Prices X Under Strict Supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff 4> 1675 Alton Road FREE DELIVERY Phone 5-7944 X &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f &f &f &f &f &f JAe AMan Uobd 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 Director Lincoln Road and James Avenue Oei a package of genuine ONEA-D AT (brand) Multiple vitamin capsules. They cost only $2.00. Take one each day for 60 days, If you are not entirely tatisfie.1. return the empty package to your druggist and he will refund your money. Remember, vitamioa help keep your energy, nerve* and digestion up to par. Money back If not delighted. Ask your druggist for genuine ONB-A-DAT (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, made by Miles Laboratories. Look for the figure "1" on the bhie package. i ONEW DAY MULTIPLF VITAMIN CAPSULES



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Religious Directory... I rvrst Jewish Congregation of; Miami Hebrew School and ConCol Gable "l618Po g ncede Leon gregaUon (Orthodox). 1101 8.W. Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven Rabbi De Koven m officiate at services Prldas at v li P-m aedl. •"•"' i,. Initiation and cons, i ration ol m rv%  of religious Th nal.bl will address the < and Jack Kan. will speak or, iti H. I>r %  lass, from i l>.m to J 10 |i in. Sundaj from : %  4". to 12 noon. Choli meet ns \*oi : :,i Rabbi'* residi n. e 113 Mendosa Ave. al v P "> Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood, 1801 So. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi. Services Friday at I I 1 '". |,r Ranaon will preach. II. i n. w sessions Saturday :• .(in ; religious school Sunday 9:45. Norihside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd Si. Cantor Isaac S. Smith will official,. .,t servlcea Friday evening. North Dado Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixia Highway, North Miami. Friday evening service! at 8:15. Saturday morning servicei at 10. Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowilx. Si %  i r s '. so ]> in. Friday, i wily ea at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sa I .. \ .i v I *. .„ ,.. %  .. u Ni I Wi u S ml I i will Ices at SH %  if S : Hebrew • %  • Vi. Nov. Mrs |>eter (I It. We-dmsd • I : 'in Congregation roung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Si •••.:. K F*I May night da) Mill, ha .ii li Ifl p.m. follow...I !.\ Shal S idoa. Services .. to Thursday H a m and • K All ITouns Israel members In the area are Invited to attend. T'Fereih Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7tb Avenue. Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.; Saturday 9 .i m. All residents In that ln\ ted t. attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A. Ben Elias. FYlda) night aervicea .it 5:30; Saturate) morning at 9. Dally services a) 1 i a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Friday evening service at R:l". Rabbi l.eht in.in will speak. Haturda) morning .it 9. Th>rabbi will ; on the weeklj Portion of the Law Temple israet (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Sabl. I')I eve s. it 8:15 i> m. i' • \: '• % %  \-. : i t th. en i es and |"he Case of the H i I..-.. \ R. eptloii and dU • rabbi wl folios Visitor: a.m. • of aern lew -; %  Practice." I men) a •. 1 pr. enl status ol Jewish and cer. i: I school Sunda> ..: 9: r. .. m Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St, Miami Beach. I • %  servlcea • and "•:30 is at 9 a m. i %  evening M 5:30 p.m. • i ;• m tli. i. w ili be a %  hll.lren of th. community. Refreshment* will be served and Hebrew dances and songs ill be taught bj Miss Kau d V. .,, Pera. h and also Bobble Mlncl at 5:1." p.m and 8h iloa Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. it 5:30 ii m. Saturday n • ::... i. %  ., reach on "The Supri Mini ha .it '!•• P in followed h s tdos la\ in to I n S .ini ly from 1 I tall) si h • n, and "• 10 II in. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemor. Friday evening aervicea at ':::<>. Saturday morning at 9, The rabbi will speak on "Pattern "f Philanthropy." Mishna at 1:45 p.m, followed by Mini ha, Shalos Sudos and Maarlv servlcea Sun.i.a a. in-'i at 1" a.m. Hebrew achool dally 8:30 to 8:30 p.m. Daily services 7 10 a.m. an.l i:4r> p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Meschcloff. Friday evening services at 5:13. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi will preach on "The Righteous with the Wicked." Minolta at 6:15 followed by BhaJos seudia. Rabbi Mescheloff win preach on the Portion of the Week. Hebrew achool Monday through Thursday, 3:30: Sunday. 9-18. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1S36 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. Servlcea Friday evening at 8:30 |i in at the Atlantis Hotel Roof Garden Hal.hi Mann will speak. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at 5:30. gal irda) morning at 8:30. The rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week at 1:15 the rabbi will apeak. Mincha at :30 followed b) Shalos Seudoa and Man Iv sei -. Ices. I tall) :80 .. m. followed by .lass In Mishna. \t : h. services at ."> :30 follow .-.I -in Tu. sda) and ThutI lass in Laws and Customs, and on la) .. ml Wedn. %  class in i. n -h i.. gendi '•: the Talmud. Temple lietn Snoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday ev. ntng s I s: l r.. ii !<• onish • i Ing t'. 1 >: • %  .l.ia • 1":I :.. Ml 'I Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Friday pvenlng sen I • 30 Late Frlda) services at 8:15. BAturda) moi ii 9:30 Sunda) mot nlng religious school 9:45, Sunday evening, lenter holds open house for youth ol communlt) Btartlng 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. Satunlay morning servlcea 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Elver ",i; speak on the Portion of the w..k At 4 h.will Inatruct .lass In Talmud. Mincha at '. followed by Shalos s.-nil,is contributed by I. Rich* man. Ziniias will follow: also .short talk by Mr. Rlchman, Maarlv to follow. Daily services al 8 a m followed by class In Mishna by the rabbi. Mincha at "::'..i followed by .-lass in Jewish i.awand Customs. Maarlv follows. Daily classes Hebrew school Monday through Thhrsday, 1:30 <" 6:30. Sunday school l" to noon. Registration dail) III th.Office from 8 a in in v p.m Junior Congregation services at l<. a.m. Ever) Sunday the brotherhood III • onil let Bel vices 9 followed bj bi tkfaai and cultural program. West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Exra Lifshitz. Kosher KiuJ Chirkem, TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGQ J WHOLESALED RETAl' WEDS.A.M. TH0B8.il Phones 9-2585 -9.73.. J 340 S.W. 8th St DEPENDABLE DOME-ITTI HELP RELIABLES? 1 WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phone. B.53,7 l.m, 1 N. E. 5th 8tr*t AL MEIDENBEWQ,^, JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESF. SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Builders of \i Memorials for the Jewish Trade XOSX. W.tttetres^ Look For the 2-Storj RM| Building T MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone "1 %  a.m. Rabbi Llfshlts w II offli Congregation Beth Uavid (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Sabl t. 8:30 Bheld n. ••al of Ml and Mrs. Ln I Haffnei. mm H M l%\ ih Pit -1 late I" Ida r duled for N 1 and Hebrew class, have begun and parents are urged to ii| 1. at oil' e. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle, Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. Late I'liiv evening services at y 18. The 1 .1.1.1 win apeak on "Are We Abraham's Descendants?" KU,K Bhabii"t will follow, Saturday morning servlci al %  '•'! by Junior Cong it 11:1! Rel glous school every Sunday at Blscayne Elementary la,..I. Hebrew school meets there iiv T 11 sda) and Wodneada) ft. 1 Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. 1 %  Kai irda) .tiu\ Bunday 8 p in Monda> tin 1 Iday at 7::i" ,. in. Ml %  30 and Maal iv at 6 i'in Women's Choral Group meets %  • %  Mond ... 1 ng al p.m Worn en's Acl iroup Tui sda) aftei noon al ~ 11 m VliMk lailoi-v We Carry a Full Line of Finest Fabrics Forstmann's, Silk Gabardines Tropicals, etc., all 100o Virgin Wool Also Complete Line of Rayons Made to Order & Ready Made Tel M a 0fM8 8tOn AVe M ami BeaCh Closed Saturday Open Sunday '* m 0 ^J YIDDISH CLASSICAL" EVERY S U „ ,2:00 Noon to J 1. e Q A>| EVERY Tl ) -' v „ 6 :00 to "" '..iNfl Listen to our 'l:1! PM .Isten 10 ou. 1;15 p.v ••BUILDERS OF 1SB *7 HAROLD SrLV I



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3AY, OCTOBER 27, 1950 -Jenistnuridictn LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PAGE NINETEEN J%EPMANN, Plaintiff, vs. ?VM?KRIEI>MANN. Defendant. A\Vli. FRIEDMANN, \\. 121th s, „ York. N'e* Vork t ..,-.. reunited to nerve a copy [ ;,' ,., the Bill of ComI ,",,'„„. on the plaintiff'.; .,, id t.. file the original B? in the offli f the Clerk of lerruit *OUrt "II 01 before "'• %  '/'oV November. A.D. MM: otherr'th. Hill of Complaint for Dlvorci, L'fore filed herein, will be taken f,'",'* ~"> i .\| l '.'.-.> i!" i'i<"i<'-. "hi-the K'I.EATHERMAN. Clerk "f the Circuit Court, | 1: ,,i,. County, Florida. Lull • 'A|l| I Seal) r By: WM. W. STOCKISO. Deputy Clerk. ,, N A FRIEDMAN, L-nev for I'laintiif. ybold Hlo*., -Miami. Florida, fti 3-10-17 EoTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS P NAME LAW hri'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that Endersigned, desiring to engage in EP-.S under the fictitious name of 1KK1NH PETERS at 780 Lincoln Miami Beach, Florida, in:.-mis tlil.T said name with the Clerk C Cil ill Court of l>ade County, LUELLA M. BECKER Bole Owner U/t-10-17 [NOTICE BY PUBLICATION fllK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LKVKN'I'I I JUDICIAL I'lltCCIT, AND FOR DADE COUNTY, 3RIDA, IN CHANCERY. No. K >; FREITA8, Plaintiff, vs. IZIKA A FRE1TAS, Defendant. AI./.IKA A. FREITAS, 155 lAvenue, San Leandro, California. raulred to nerve a copy of your I., the Bill of Complaint for ..ii plaintiff! attorney, |ii|,11 SHAPIRO, '.'-7 Lincoln Road, Bern h, Florida, and file the bl in i • "f the Clerk or ll'miit "ii or before the 1 titri of lini'.-r. i'"". otherwlae a Decree gftnfegsii nill be entered against Sol • Khali be published once J n %  •• r four consecutive weeks I, .1. -u Florldlan. I; 1 •:. 1950. K II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. %  ill I' %  .-'. al) Bj WM, W. BTOCKINQ, Duputy Clerk, I--" |0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E IS HEREBY GIVEN that |i lug to engage in di i the fictitious ii.iin. of CH PLUMBING CO (not Inc.) al lit Si eel Miami Beach, Florida, Idi" n late • i %  i name itii the ,of i Ii Cii'ii i of i lade |y, Florida Mil HARRY DENB1TZ owner BENJAMIN *> %  fw Mi. Harry i lenblta :; II :i-io BCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE |'l STY .11 I KJE'H I'I HUT. I IA] B ,_MV FLORIDA.—No. 16791. ll.sT A i: IF FA HKNSHAW 1 1. I by given that 1 have 1 t and petition for administratrix of Jjsti id i ma Hensnaw, deceased; • %  %  •• i ih day of November. ipplj to the Honorable ountj Judge o( i 'ade %  %  i %  for approval of Bald ad final discharge as IN of the Estate of Cora • ised. "tli tlu of October, 1950. ANNETTE HILL, "imini&tratrlx of the Batata : ii. nshaw, deceased, HK1.MAN & KAPLAN %  b i Administratrix BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW FJ is IllOREBY GIVEN that rsigtied, desiring to engage In .',': i the fictitious name of |al.l' PRINTING at 13 Collins t' lleach, Fin., int..mis to I • name with the clerk of %  '"t Court of Had.County, II HOWARD BUSHINSKY PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '; < % %  HEREBY GIVEN that di -ii Ing to engage In I fictitious name of I il TIN Seybold Bulld* ntendi to register %  Clerk of the Circuit ''adi County, Florida. %  l .V MK,t Plaintiff, vs. Jl Lit s KRAMER, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JULIUS KRAMER. US West XHh Street. Apartment No. 411 W, New York, New York YOl are hereby notified that n Bill of t omplalnt for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are reiliured to SIM ve a copy of your AnSWI of the Circuit Court on or before th.1.1 day -"'' Francis Cornish, 329 Beach. 184th Btreet Belle Harbor, l^,n K island .New York jrOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to Serve a copy of ,•.„„. Answer to the Bin of i omplalnt in the above cause ror Divorce, ,,„ the plaintiffs a:'o'lo.vs. and file ||„. original In the office ,,r the ci.rk of the circuit 1 ourt, on or before November 17. 1950, otherwise said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by vou. I'ai.d this 19 daj of October 19(0 E. i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit i loutl Dade County, Florida. In uit curt Seal) By: WM. w. STOCKING, MYERS. HEIMAN A K A PLA'N ^ Attorneys for Piaintirr •;"," Beybold Huiiding Miami. Florida 10/20-27 11/3-10 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CENTURY HOTEL at no Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk Vi .'. Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. BAM COHEN anl ANNA COHEN, Equal Partners ALAN KINO and MANFRED .1. BERLINER, Attorneys roi Bam Cohen and Anna Cohen 10/13-20-27 11/8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JIHICIAL C1RCEIT OF FUlRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 136II7H JOSIP IVIN, Plaintiff, vs. TOMHCA IVIN. Defendant. TO: TOMECA IVIN, Zara, Lukoran, Jugoslavia. Y'ou are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 20 day of November. A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed bv you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 16 day of October, 19ri0. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court S. ill By WM w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida 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 names of 1. FLORIDA BEVERAOE JOURNAL 2 FLORIDA BEVERAGE fll'IDE ::. FLORIDA RESTAURANT \ND BEVERAOE Cl'll >E 4. FLORIDA HOTEL RESTAURANT AN1' BEVERAI IE cell IE .".. FLORIDA HOTEL AND BEVERAGE GUIDE C. FLORIDA BEER, WINE AND LIQUOR .Ii ll'RNAL at :',":; Alcazar Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida, and intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SOUTHERN STATES BEVERAGE .Ii IURNAL, INi' HERBERT H. HUTNER Attorney for SONTHERN STATES REVERAOE JOURNAL, INC. i" 8-1 :-:'II--'T ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 134078. FRED F. WERTHMAN, JR.. Plaintiff. vs. MARGARET R. WERTHMAN, l lefendant. TO: MARGARET R. WERTHMAN, :',1 Bennett Street Southern pines. North Carolina Vou are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain! tor Divorce has been riled against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Rill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circull Court on or before November 2", 1950, otherwise the allegations of the bin win be taken as confessed bv you. Dated this 16 day ..f October, 1',0. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the i Mrcult %  'ourt. (ClrCUlt Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MANUEL LUBEL Attorney lor Plaintiff 718 Pan American Hank Hldg. Miami 82, Florida 10 20-27 IL/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t IMK.In business under the fictitious name ..f PINE BAR .v ORILLE nl 2655 N.W. 20th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH I'VE IN Bole i Iwner PALLOT, SILVER, TATIIAM. A III" i & Ml l.l.l iV Attorneys tor Applicant Congress Bldg. I" 20-27 11 8-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE urn JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No 135751. FRANCIS JOHN BWOCHAK, Plaintiff, vs. FERN BWOCHAK, Defendant. TO: PERN BWOCHAK Residence Unknown You are hereby notified that %  Bill or Complaint for Divorce has been riled against you, and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Kill or Complaint on plaintiff's attorney, and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the day of November. 1950j otherwise, the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed against "Dated this I day of October, 1950. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit. Court. (Circuit Court Beat) By R. II. RICE, .nt.. Deputy Clerk. C.EORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plnintirf 120 Lincoln Road .Miami Beach. Florida 10/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business.under the fictitious name of KIDDYLAND at BIOS North East 2nd Avenue, .Miami, Dade County, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE PETER WELLS undivided one-half Interest OEORGE E. BERNSTEIN ,., „,. undivided one-half Interest. ELRY STONE Attorney for Heorge Peter Wells and f.eorge H. Bernstein 1010 Congress Building; Miami, Fioria. 10/20-27 11/3-10 ,v, Jt?J' CE BY PUBLICATION IN [HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COINTV. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY', No. 135900. JANET NABER, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY NABER, Defendant. YOU, STANLEY NABER, 617 -13th Street, Lnlon City, New Jersey, are required to serve a copv of" vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint for divorce on plaintiffs attorney, and file the original In the office of the iilerk of this Court on or before November s, 19.-.0, otherwise a Decree I'ro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated October 9. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. HAROLD SHAPIRO De U,> C Crk Plaintiff's Attorney H27 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Floi Ida I" 13-20-27 11/3 LEGAL NOTICE' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN Cl lUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE Cl IUNTY, l"l.i • 1:111.\ —No ":;:;n RE: ESTATE OF SARAH BCHW ART/, SINITSK V als., known as SARAH SCHWARTZ I '-ii a Bed. NOTICE is hei.by given thai l have filed my Hnal report and petition for Final Discharge as administrator of the estate of Sarah Schwarts Slnltsky also known as Sarah Schwa its, deceased; and that on the Mb day of November, 1950, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dad.county, Florida, for approval of said filial report and for final discharge as administrator of the Estate of Sarah Schwarti Slnltsky also known as Sarah Schwarti, Deceased. Tins 3rd day of • letobi r, 1950. lei CHARLES 8IN1TSKY NATHANSON, OKA ,\: SPAET 330 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida By HAROLD B. SPAET Attorneys tor Charles Slnltsky, administrator 10 8-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged in business und.r the fictitious name of OPA LOCKA GATEWAY INN, located al 1278 opa Locka Blvd., Opa Locka, Dade County, Florida, and intends to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT L. HAMILTON 10/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the rictltlous name of Pittsburgh Movers at 681 N. W. 60th Btreet, Miami. Fla., intends to reg said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL BERLIN Sol.i iwner I0/6-18-20r27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f Wendy Jam.s Co. al 57 N.E. 1st si t. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HAROL11 MELTZER* WALTER FELTMAN MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for applicants 10 6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITII JUDICIAL CRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 135959. JESSIE A ASH. Plaintiff, vs. FRANKLIN M. ASH. Defendant. TO: FRANKLIN M. ASH 7766 JIM DALY ROAD TAYLOR CENTER, MICHIGAN vor are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Or before tile Kith day <>f November, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken aa 'onfessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, on this 10 day of October. 1960. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of i "ir-iiit Court Dade Counts. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: M c FBIGE, I icputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Solicitor. NORMAN R. LYONS !U I olymula Building Miami. Florida. 1B/15-20-27 11/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARD1DOR APARTMENTS at 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name With the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SIDNEY EDELSTEIN and ,., S E .gECCA EDEI.STEIN. his wife ELRY STONE Attorney for Sidney Edelsteln and Rebecca Edelsteln, his wife 10/13-20-27 11 :: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the rictltlous name of BOMAR SERVICE at 549 Beybold Building, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Floi Ida. BONITA BAER li: Interest MARJi IR1E PEPPERCORN \i interest KASS. FULLER \CULBREATH 517-:,:.:: Beybold Building Miami. Florida 10/13-20-27 11/3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the rictltlous name of THE CLIQUE BAR AND PACKAGE STORE at 1252 Coral Way, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALTA FELD8TEIN Sole Owner SAMUEL J. RAND Attorney tor Alta Feldstein 1007 Olympia Building • Miami, Florida 10/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Rob. it's Men's Shop at 1357 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT C.REENBERG Sole Owner ,• EDWARD S. KLEIN Attorney for applicant 605 Lincoln Road M '6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCIIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 135917. ESTHER HYMAN, Plaintiff, vs. DANIEL .1. HYMAN. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE 'in DANIEI. J. HYMAN, Residence Unknown You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you arc required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton A. Friedman, 1023 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of it,.. Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before tile '.I (lav of N". .Velllber, 1950. if you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the r.ll.f demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 9 day ,.f October, A.D. I960. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. cir.-uit Court, Dade County, F'lorida, (Circuit Couri Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at l-aw, lnj;i Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1" 1-20-27 11 :: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN c, lUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 23530. RE: ESTATE >F EDITH WILLBTT SURKEIN, I >. cased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator '' T A. or the estate of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN, deceased: and that "ii the 7th day of November, 1950, Will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge ot Dade County, Florida, tor approval of said final report and tor final dlsas Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. "f the Estate of EDITH WILLETT SURKEIN, dei eased. This 29th day Of September, 1950. THEODORE .1. SAKOWITZ 1" 6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Fl.oRI I iA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 135717. JUDITH GRl iVER, Plaintiff, vs. HERBERT GRl IVER, I lefeadant. SUIT FOR DIVi IRCB TO: HERBERT ORi IVER on Jerome Avenue Bronx, New York Vo U arc hen bj notified that a BID Of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are required i" serve a copy of vour Answer or I'I. a ding to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorneys, PALLOT. SILVER, TATHAM A WAYNE. 1314 Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or I'I. -ailing In the offl f the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before the 1st day of November, 1950. if you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill ot Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week tor tour consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan DONE WD ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2ii .lay of September, A.D. I960 i: u. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circull Court, Dade County, Florida, (Circuit i '• %  in t Si I) By w.M. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. PALLOT, SILVER, TATHAM & WAYNE 1211 Congress Building Miami, Florida Attorneys for Plalntltr 10/6-13-20-27 .'



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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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WI KlUMe"23-NUMBER 43
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
________________MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
000 Jewish Leaders Attend Washington Meet
The most important and representative assembly of Jews to
held in the United States in the past decade, will open
ay at the Statler Hotel in Washington, D. C. More than
.0 delegates, representing the leadership of 42 national
ish organizations and more than 500 Jewish communities
mahout the country will con- |
the nation's capital for The tnree-day conference will
Natiunal Planning Conference \ be opened Friday at 10 a.m. by
Israel and Jewish Rehabilita- Dr- Nahum Goldmann, chairman
of the American Section of the
i r. naram thp lMa Jewish Agency for Palestine, who
scope ana pioRram inei jg chairman o!- the eonference ar- > and other pressure areas will be
SSS%lSS!!S& teS "ngement. committee. Following presen Dr. Joseph
s. will have a far-reaching
ct on American Jewry's par-
ation in the further develop- josephj Schwartz, director-gen- i abroad. The report will be given
eral of the Joint Distribution I to 300 Jewish leaders from nine
Committee, will review the prob- states at the combined South East
lems of Jewish rehabilitation I Regional Conference of the JDC
throughout the world. Mrs. Sam- ] arid the United Service for New
uel W. Halprin, member of the Americans to be held on Sunday,
Dr. Schwartz Will Address Conference Here
An authoritative report of the Greenleigh, executive director of U.S.N.A. community resettlement
crisis facing the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and the American
Jewish community as the result
of unexpected and unplanned for
emigration from Rumania, Iraq
Dr. Goldmann's statement, Kaplan
and Eshkol will discuss the eco-
nomic problems of Israel and Dr.
U.S.N.A., who will present a first-
hand report on the displaced per- I
sons situation overseas and its
affect on immigration to the
United States.
The Sunday general session will
Schwartz, director-general of JDC be preceded by a special dinner report at the Saturday night
and one of the world's leading meeting on Saturday night. No- : meeting on current emergencies
leaders. Edwin Rosenberg, honor-
ary president of U.S.N.A., will be
featured speaker.
Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice
chairman of JDC, who has just re-
turned from a two-month survey
trip to Europe and Israel, will
experts on the problems of Jews
tit of Israel. It marks the first
since the establishment of
Jewish State that all elements
American Jewish life are meet-
f to blueprint a long-range pro-
lm of American assistance to
Bel.
Convened as a result of the
usalem conference last Sep-
bber where fifty American
vish leaders gave first consid-
to a three-year economic
Irelopment program involving
otal need of $1,000,000,000, the
jtional Planning Conference
|1 have the opportunity of hear-
a full report on the economic
financial situation in Israel
n some of its most outstanding
iders.
fliamians who will attend the
eting include Mr. and Mrs.
Jraham Goodman, Mr. and Mrs.
Uiam D. Singer, Mr. and Mrs.
fco\> Sher, Mrs. Louis Glasser,
\. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mr.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, Rabbi
ting Lthrman. Baron De Hirsch
!>er. Fred K. Shochet, Sam
ledland. Harry Sirkin, Ben-
jtin Meyers. I. L. Mintzer, Stan-
C. Myers, Max Orovitz,
rris Klass, William Glick.
Evidence of the importance I
eh the government of Israel |
iches to the Washington meet-
the fact that despite the I
^sent political crisis, both Fi-
ne* Minister Eliezer Kaplan
Labor Minister Golda Myer- .
have made a special trip here
participate in the conclave.
; other leaders from Israel who
address the meeting are Am-
Mador Abba Eban and Berl
fker. chairman, and Levi Esh-
treasurer of the Jewish
fflcy for Palestine.
Mning with the Israeli leaders
|the deliberations will be some
1 America's most distinguished
fsonahties, including John W.
Wer. United States Secretary
'he n, usury, and Leon Key-
"ng, chairman of President
"man's Council of Economic
pvisers.
vember 4, for JDC regional ex- affecting emigration and the wel-
ecutive committee members and fare of Jews overseas.
executive of the American Section
of the Jewish Agency, will pre-
side.
Benjamin G. Browdy, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, will preside at the after-
noon session at which presenta-
tions will be made by Frank
Goldman, president of B'nai
B'rith. Adolph Held, chairman of
the Jewish Labor Committee, U.S.
Secretary of the Treasury John
W. Snyder, and Robert R. Nathan,
noted American economist.
A dinner meeting Friday eve-
ning, at which William Rosen-
wald, national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal will pre-
side, will feature addresses by
Henry Albert, national command-
er of the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, Walter H.
Bieringer, president of United
Service for New Americans, and
Berl Locker, chairman of the
Jerusalem Section of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine, Cantor
Miihal Kusevitsky will recite Fri-
day evening Kiddish and sing
Zmiroth.
November 5, at the Sorrento Ho-
tel, Miami Beach.
Dan B. Ruskin of Miami and
Joseph H. Epstein of New Orleans,
co-chairmen of the conference,
announced that the Sunday after-
noon session, at which Dr.
Schwartz will be the featured
speaker, will be open to the pub-
lic. There will be no solicitation
of funds. JDC, major American
agency aiding distressed Jews
overseas, and U.S.N.A., major
American agency aiding Jewish
immigrants in the United States,
are member organizations of the
United Jewish Appeal which is
supported in Miami by the fund
raising campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Dr. Schwartz, widely known
throughout the world as the JDC's
field commander overseas, re-
cently returned from his head-
quarters in Paris, where he directs
the largest welfare operation ever
conducted by a voluntary, non-
governmental agency.
Sharing the speakers' platform
with Dr. Schwartz will be Arthur
Israeli Municipal Elections Nov. 14
Expected To Reveal Strength Of Parties
JERUSALEM, (JTA)National issues, including the current
cabinet crisis and the anti-black market drive, highlight municipal
election campaigns throughout the country. The municipal elections
will be held November 14.
The possibility of national elections being held within the next
few months gives added significance to the local elections at this
time It is hoped that the municipal balloting will give the country
a preview of the relative strength of the various political parties.
Political observers generally agree that the Mapai will remain
the leading political party in the country with the General Zionists
and the Mapam registering increases while the Herut is expected
to drop some of its strength. Few observers care to make a definite
prediction of the strength of the Religious Bloc whose base is
believed to be strong among the new immigrants.____________
Establishment Of Interim Cabinet
Major Problem Confronting Israel
JERUSALEM. (JTA>President Dr. Chaim Weizmann this
week received Dr. Pinhas Rosen, Progressive Party leader and
Minister of Justice in the dissolved cabinet, and heard a report
on the difficulties Dr. Rosen encounters in his attempt to form a
new cabinet. Following Dr. Rosen's report on his negotiations
with various party leaders, Presi- i _,
dent Weizmann asked him to ture- Zalman Shazar, would leave
continue his efforts Wednesday for another post: Minister of
morning. Communications, David Remez,
After leaving Dr. Weizmann's would assume the Ministry of
residence at Rehovot, Dr. Rosen j Education; Minister of Supply
told reporters that he will make and Rationing, Dov Joseph, would
new efforts to bring about the assume the Ministry of Transport
formation of a coalition cabinet i and Communications; Pinchas
this week. However, he intimated i Lubianiker, Secretary-General of
that the prospects for achieving Histadrut and member of Mapai.
this aim are deteriorating. He ex- | would head the new Ministry of
pressed the opinion that there is Production; and the Ministries of
almost no possibility at present of Supply, Rationing and Immigra-
avoiding general elections in the ; tion would be abolished. The re-
immediate future. i maining Cabinet members would
At a press conference here later : retain their posts, with the ex-
he reiterated his statement that ] ception of the Ministry of Trade
he had been given additional time ; and Industry which would be
and that the situation is still "very filled by the appointment of a
grave." He said that the chief non-Knesset, non-party member,
"stumbling block" remains the Jack Gering. as Minister. This
demands of the Religious Bloc for would increase the existing cabi-
the enforcement of Kashruth and net from twelve to thirteen mem-
Sabbath observance laws. Dr. bers without affecting party
Rosen described the Religious | strength.
Bloc's demands as being not j Since under the constitution, it
"ultimative" but "very persist- ; js impossible to change the com-
ent." He also announced that the p position of the cabinet without
old cabinet would meet to hear f resignation, Ben Gurion requested
a report by Foreign Minister I an interview with the President.
Moshe Sharett, who returned re- setting Sunday. October 15*as the
cently from the United States, on date. This was revealed by Ben
the International situation. Gurion in his Knesset speech the
Israel's cabinet crisis began following day.
Thursday, October 12, when it Between Thursday and Sunday,
became known that Ben Gurion Ben Gurion sought the agreement
proposed to reshuffle the cabinet, of other coalition parties to the
Nothing official was issued but cabinet changes. He waited par-
informed press comment reported ticularly for the response of the
the proposed changes as follows: Religious Bloc which was known
Minister of Education and Cul- to be opposed to his proposals.
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American And Israeli Leaders To Participat e In National Planning Conference
W the
Jhn W. Snyder (left). United Slates Secretary of the Treasury, will be one
-Principal speakers at the National Planning Conference for Israel and fwisn
l LJw"">si speaicers at ine national rwnnim -;---------_---- .___ tn.
"habitation, taking place at the Statler Hotel in Washington. D. C. from Thurs-
LC.tob*r 26- through Sunday. October 29. The meeting will also hear (L to i.
"** Myerson. Israel's Minister of Labor: Moshe Sharett. Israel. Minister for
foreign Aflairs; Law, Keyserling. chairman of President Truman s Council ot
Economic Advisers; and Abba S. Eban. Israeli Ambassador to the United States.
Also scheduled to speak is Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. general chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, who has just returned from Israel where he conferred with leaders
of the state on economic problems. The conference in which 42 major national
Jewish organiiatioru will participate is expected to formulate a three-year program
of large-scale American financial assistance io Israel.


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AY OCTOBER 27, 1950
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PAGE THBEE
Wll Say...
I ikine on a prominent business street in Paris,
V mp ijilt Hebrew letterings. It is the joint
y S? El Al the Israel Air Lines and the Zim
i Navigation Co. I inquire. Seats on the plane
M out far ahead. Same is true of the boat
hi said to be the fastest in the Mediterranean.
i ran get a passage on ye goode ship Negbah.
iirs to me, after all, traveling to Israel on a
h ,nip "nder the flag of Zion commanded by
h captain manned by a Jewish crew, should be
[(venture in itself. I get a reservation.
port Marseilles
Marseilles shortly after dawn, the agent of the
- wearing a Hebrew-French badge is at
to'meet us. He takes charge of all baggage
On The S.S. Negbah To Haifa
m c. wearing a Hebrew-French badge is at
rives us numbered receipts. Assured we will find
tram
s in our cabins, we are free to roam the
L until 3 p.m.
1 the pier, the Negbah, with its Mogen David
Tfluttering, looks quite stately. Passengers arrive
axis porters rush forward to carry their bags.
ht is hoisted on board. Food is delivered by
| merchants. The dock is humming with activity.
Lch Liberalism
he has a sense of gratification on seeing this port
(doing a thriving business with a Jewish ship as
j as with its passengers. The French government
[acted decently towards Jewish refugees before
Iwar and with' the DPs since. Every nondescript
derer was given asylum. This is the French
One has a proud feeling that French
llty was not entirely one-sided. There is a
I of reciprocity in doing business on equal terms
benefactor.
\jeu-tsh Crew
lie Negbah is manned by a Jewish crew of about
though several are Italian and Greek. The 74
old captain seems quiet, capable, and efficient.
I second in command is the young officer, who
j 23rd year was captain of the Exodus when it
[pushed around by the British and forced to land
its 3000 DPs, mostly children, in a German concen-
tration camp. The tanned and muscled Jewish seamen
scrub decks, paint woodwork, and do the usual chores
to keep their vessel ship-shape. After the first flush
of curiosity, it began to feel quite normal, like being
on any other ship.
The Passengers
Of the 800 passengers, about half are tourists from
various lands, or residents of Israel returning home.
The other 400 are Olim on their way to the Holy
Land for permanent settlement. Occupying the 3rd
and 4th class in the bowels of the ship, they are
traveling like the parents and grandparents of the
1st class tourists when they sailed in steerage from
Eastern Europe to the U.S. About 150 sleep on double
or triple decked bunks in a dormitory which is hot,
stuffy and poorly ventilated. Of course they are all
day on deck. Many sleep in the open until rain drives
them into the wretched hold. Mainly young North
African chalutzim, fresh from Hachsharas, they sing
and dance in the full enjoyment of a new experience
in sailing the deep blue of the Mediterranean.
From Morocco
It is disturbing to hear that these Olim out of the
Moroccan mellahs (ghettos) are not welcome in
Israel. One can only wonder whether discrimination
is not an integral part of human nature. But the
opinion seems universal that emigrants out of North
Africa (Egypt excepted) are not a good element.
They are condemned as lazy, shiftless, pleasure lov-
ing, with no inclination for work. They wield the
knife quite readily to settle an argument. Speaking
French and Arabic, they appear to have absorbed
the bad traits of both nations.
One is tempted to attribute this harsh judgment to
the prejudice of white Ashkenazim towards dark
Sephardim. But this hypothesis is rebutted by the
affectionate regard for the still darker Yemenites.
Every one is lavish in his praise of the naive good-
ness, the honest industry, the pious patriotism of the
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
refugees who came on the Magic Carpet out of
Yemen.
The Negbah, a 5500 ton steamer, the largest in
Israel's Merchant Marine, was built during 1915 in
Holland. It weathers a choppy sea quite well. The
food and service is fairly good. Having traveled on
the Rex and the Normandie, (olav ha sholem) both
queens and the Mauretania. I cannot say I was over-
whelmed with its comforts. But I have also seen
worse ships. The Negbah compares favorably with
the Clyde-Mallory boats which used to ply before
the war between New York, Charleston, Miami and
Galveston.
The Growing Merchant Marine
Speaking with an officer on board, I was astonished
to learn that the Shoham Shipping Co. already has
17 vessels aggregating 70.000 gross tonnage. The same
company has an order in Holland to complete two
additional ships by 1951. Besides, another shipping
outfit also operates under the flag of Israel. Having
heard that navigation companies in Europe lose
money and have to be subsidized by their govern-
ments, I asked why it was necessary to start a costly
enterprise in the early critical stages of the Israel
State. Wouldn't it be cheaper to use foreign ships? He
answered:
"We had to establish a Merchant Navy not only
for strategic and political reasons but also for reasons
of national economy. The whole trade of our country
is maritime. There is no export or import which does
not come or go by sea, and there is no immigration
except either by sea or air. We cannot be dependent
on other Merchant Navies which will make use of
us and desert us whenever convenient, or raise prices
as and when they like. Our Merchant Marine will
play an important role in the sustenance of our state,
and our economy. It is already saving us millions in
foreign exchange. It absorbs thousands of our able
bodied men, who might otherwise go about unem-
ployed."
ibles Women To
lonsor Dinner
Isterhood of the Coral Gables
lish Center will sponsor a
bred-dish dinner to be served
jtena stvle at the center on
(day. October 29. at 6:30 p.m.
lo-chaiimen of the affair are |
V Samuel Beckman, Mrs. Allen
tistein and Mrs. Bernard
tdsell. Mrs. William Hechler.
i is in charge of entertainment,
[written an original skit which
(be the feature'of the evening.
untesses include the Mesdames
|mond Citron, Hen Diamond,
nFinkelstein. Norman Goldin.
IHershkowitz, Sam Jacobson.
nour Kaplan. Sam Klinn and
Platt.
fpioii Kleeted
League Post
irida Savings. Building
holding
its
-oan League,
pty-seventh annual conven-
i in Pel ila this week, has
jounced that Joseph M. Lipton,
Went of Dade Federal Savings
I Loan Association of Miami,
I been elected first vice presi-
' of the league.
8- St : Deland was moved
rom the post now being filled
n to president, and
p Watson of Pensacola
1 elected second vice president.
pn Age Club Formed
Jewish Congregation of
Gables announces the
if a coed Teen Age
which will offer a wide
of activities to interest all
members. Leadership and
e arc provided by a
1 worker of the
Association.
lutings of the group which
I consist of older teen-agers,
|to be held
at the
Ardmorr Studt*.
Members of the membership committee of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center are shown mapping the intensive fall membership
drive recently launched by the center at a luncheon at the Raleigh
Hotel. Seated (1. to r.) are Samuel Bivkind. Samuel J. Halperin,
chairman of the drive. Sold Goldstrom and standing (1. to r.) are
Ben Zion Ginsburg and Jack Mintzer. Committee members not
pictured include Harold Ungerleider, Samuel Tritt. Milton Smith.
George J. Talianoff. Samuel Lipton and Wolfie Cohen.
Jewish
every Sunday, 7:30
congregation's tern-
ary quarters, 1618 Ponce de
41vd Coral Gables.
Walter Hampden To Star
In New Frontier Drama
Walter Hampden. noted Ameri-
can actor, is starred in "Sweet
Music," latest in the New Frontier
series, to be heard Sunday, Octo-
ber 29, at 10:45 a.m., over station
WIOD.
The New Frontier is produced
by the Institute for Democratic
Education and is presented by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'r.ai
B'rith.
Beach AJC To Meet
Miami Beach Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress Wom-
en's Division will hold a general
membership meeting on Monday,
October 30, at 1 p.m. at the Sor-
rento Hotel, according to Mrs.
Harry Koretsky, membership
chairman, who will serve as
hostess.
A short business meeting will
be followed by a musicale and
cards.
Charles A. Dana, famous editor
of the New York Sun. helped edu-
cate the public to want news.
ba

Weinstein Appointed
Convention Delegate
Philip Weinstein, Jr., president
of the University of Miami chap-
ter of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman
honorary society, has been ap-
pointed delegate to the national
convention at Austin, Texas,
October 28-29. Young Weinstein,
who is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Philip Weinstein, is scribe of
Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity.
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FRIDAY
OCTOBER
EDITORIAL
27
Israel's Political Crisis
Viewed from this distance, the political crisis in
Israel takes on a seriousness out of all proportions
to the situation. Actually the Ben Gurion resigna-
tion was the inevitable culmination of a political
tug of war among more parties than have a right
to exist in so small a country.
To understand what has happened it is im-
portant to realize that under the governmental
system existing in Israel the political life of the
governing party is determined either by the size
of its representation in the government or by its
ability to secure a working majority through
coalition with minor parties. From the very outset
Mapai, Ben Gurion's party, was handicapped by
the fact that it had no independent working
majority. Hence it was exposed ab initio to the
hazard of parliamentary defeat the moment the
coalition groups either began feeling their own
oats or decided the time was propitious for greater
political demands and representation.
While it may have been guestionable wisdom
for the opposition groups to create political tur-
moil at a time when the country was groping
with an economic crisis whose solution was in
sight through the floating of a billion dollar bond
drive in the United States, there is no gainsaying
the fact that, in a political democracy such as
Israel, opposition to the party in power is neither
c crime nor an expression of lack of patriotism.
Under these circumstances Ben Gurion had no
other alternative but to go to the electorate for a
new mandate once he was convinced the marriage
of convenience was headed for the rocks. This
has been the practice in other countries under
similar situations, and there is no reason to fear
that the political eruption will either hurt Israel
or undermine its prestige on the international
arena. Nor is there reason to fear that an election
now will be interpreted as a sign of disunity and
internal dissension. On the contrary, a new elec-
tion will only demonstrate that the youngest
demccracy in the world is rapidly attaining ma-
turity and responding to tested political processes.

Washington Conferen^
Washington is to be the site of H,
portant gathering in the history V( ?uH
community in Americathe Nn,i ^
Conference for Israel and JewishX^10
Such is the magnitude of the n
jnsidered at the parley, that it can il
be stated that the decisions to b?ZT
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While there is no doubt that a new election will
have a salutary effect on the political picture,
there is much speculation on the outcome of the
election. With tens of thousands of new immi-
grants eligible to vote, it would be idle to con-
jecture how the picture will look when the election
is over. Nor can the fact be overlooked that the
party in power is always the victim in times of
economic and political crisis. It is this corner's
opinion that the Religious Bloc will show distinct
gains, but not enough to affect the political fate of
historic conference may not only X$
of our Jewish community here but th
of Israel and the tens of thousands oM*
whom settlement in Israel is the em
survival. *"'(
The Jewish community in America has^
an unprecedented record in generosity anT*
It has given hundreds of millions i0r 3
rehabilitating and resettling the survivorsnfu!
dom and the victims of terror in the MiddleP
countries. It has responded with heart andw^
and money to the United Jewish Appeal agencies of succor. It has displayed a *l
understanding of the tasks history has cast
it, as well as a deep awareness of the hj!
tarian role i was destined to play in the M
hour in Jewish history.
Yet it cannot be gainsaid that impressive d
record has been, it has lagged as compared i
the staggering increase of the need.
Details of the decisions to be reached d|
Washington conference are still not available.!
the fact that the parley will take measua
secure the success of Israel's planned
dollar bond drive in this country should ni
serve to focus the attention of American,
on the colossal problems facing the young
but also on the significance of the success i
undertaking in relation to the position oi thejt
community in America.
Mapai. If he wishes it, Ben Gurion will a
be Israel's Premier.
The balloting in Israel will not only be l
flection of the people's will but also a demon
tion of real democracy in a corner of the mj
where that concept is so sorely lacking.
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50 Years Of The Jewish National Fund
Chairi/ii" oi the Jc
By LEON' J. ELL
National Fund Council of Greater Miami
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Fifty v dreamers
i.' politic .-.1 '/. :.. .-:. which ap-
ed n :: i :. iriz >n
turned r< -.he
Jew nal Fund. Thi.- newly
created tion set for its
prin the i edi mption of
th .- .'. IP by purcha
( r I ind enjoyment of I
people of Israel.
On this 'ccasion it be-
hooves us to take stock of the
first fifty years of the Jew
National Fund"s existence and ac-
complishments, and at the same
time reflect on "Where to Jewish
National Fund""
Lest there be some that would
think that the establishment of
the state of Israel lessened the
need for Jewish National Fund
activities. I hasten to warn such
of my uninformed brethren that
the need for its work is far more
urgent today and will be for many
years to come than it was at its
inception.
To begin with the Jewish Na-
tional Fund's aim to redeem the
land was a long term plan pre-
pared by its founders, and al-
though a holy task, was neverthe-
less not especially a pressing one
for immediate solution. The
events of the past three decades
have accelerated the need for
greater effort to acquire land in
Palestine and in the last three
years particularly, speedy action
:n redeeming the land has become
alarmingly urgent. In this Jewish
National Fund Jubilee year let
us turn a few pages of its history,
written with the indelible ink of
love and devotion on that great
enterprise by an unprecedented
organization.
The following letter dated June
17. 1948. written by the Ministry
of Agriculture and signed by A.
Zizling. Minister of Agriculture
for the slate of Israel, as its first
official act will save time and
space in giving you the importan:
part the Jewish National Fund
played in making the state of
Isiael possible.
"With the coming into opera-
tion of the Provisional Govern-
ment of the State of Israel." it
reads, "I regard it as a special
duty and great privilege to ad-
the first letter of the De-
partment of Agriculture to you
T(' THAT MOST PRECIOUS IN-
STITUTION OF THE PEOPLE
OF ISRAEL WHICH ESTAB- .
LISHED THE LAND, social and '
rity basis for the ei ection of
the state and the shaping of its
way of life.
"I am convinced that the work
of thu Jewish National Fund will
continue to shed light and
strengthen the development of j
the State of Isiael. by implanting
the Jewish masses in our soil,
fructifying the waste places and
developing its land and resources
to the benefit of the whole ag-
ricultural population, Jews and
Arabs alike.
"In the assurance of victory in |
our tasks of war and the equal
assurance that our victory will
lay the foundations for our tasks |
of peace."
To enumerate some of the tasks
still ahead of the Jewish National
Fund that compel immediate ac-
tion, we will do well to remember
that the alien abandoned lands,
although held by Israeli custo-
dians, is still the property of
absentee owners. The principle
enunciated by the founders of
; political Zionism, particularly as
evidenced by the expressed aim*
ot the Jewish National Fund, was
and still is. "The acquisition of
the land owned by natives through
purchase for a reasonable con-
sideration." Although the Arabs
fled and abandoned the land, jus-
tice in accordance with our re-
peated declarations of moral
principle, upon which we Jews
based our civilization and way of
life patterned on our prophetic
teachings through the ages, re-
quire; us to way for same, and in
order to insure stable and legal
tenure* the land must be ac-
quired and title transferred to the
people of Israel. Until that is
i^ne. the foundation of the state
il Israel cannot be regarded as
| secure. It is up to us Jews of all
I denominations to provide the
I funds for the historic work of
redeeming the holy land from the
death grip of devastation and
I neglect, and integrate it into the
agricultural, economic and spirit-
ual life of the country.
The draining of swampy-
marshes and the clearing of rocky
lands is no less important to the
life of the people of Israel. The
Jewish National Fund not only
helps to clear and prepare the
land for cultivation in sparsely
populated country-side lor thous-
ands of new arrivals but also
participates in the financial bur-
den of settling them.
The Jewish National Fund
carries a great part of the re-
sponsibility of providing housing
lor the new arrivals at low rent-
als. It continues to allot land for
housing to the new immigrants
and ex-servicemen while it helps
financially in the work of public-
housing corporations.
Afforestation is another project
of the Jewish National Fund. Vast
areas of mountainous and rocky
land not fit for cultivation is
being afforestated and will pro-
duce shade, timber for the future
and at the same time ameliorate
the soil. Last but not least, the
fund provides employment for
| tens thousands of new immigrants
who have not as yet acquired
trade skills.
The Jewish National Fund
exerts itself in the field of irriga-
tion, the essential pre-condition-
ing of the soil, a Herculean task.
Especially in its plan to lav a
pipeline through the Negev that
will supply life giving water for
irrigation in that part of Israel.
I When this great undertaking is
accomplished, the Negev promises
to be as fertile and as great ..
source of food as the Imperial
Valley in California: that once
too. was a desert and only by
irrigation was turned into "a
Garden of Eden.
We often hear of groups and
even individuals who claims to
have been responsible for the
creation of the state of Israel.
Such claims may or may not have
some validity in facts. We do
however, know that the creation
of the state of Israel was not mad,
possible by just any one group
and it is certainly ridiculous to
" that it was made possible
by any one individual or group
of individuals 1 a I thousands
I of good men and women during
the past historic half a century
contributed to that great miracu-
lous event to greater or lesser
degrees. BUT THAT WE DO
KNOW! That the Z.onist Organ-
izations of all political com-
plexions have made the greatest
contributions to the establishment
of the state of Israel (except the
Yshuv). and the cornerstones for
its foundation were laid by the
establishment of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Today we stand on the thresh-
hold of the 50th anniversary of
its creation and we cannot think
of a more fitting Thanksgiving
than the ancient and hollowed
blessing recited on just such an
occasion:
"Blessed be the Lord our God.
ruler of the universe, who has
kept us in life, sustained us. and
brought us to this joyous event."
We earnestly hope and pray-
that all good people regardless of
religious affiliations and beliefs,
will join the Jewish National
Fund in its constructive labor so
lovingly bestowed upon the cul-
tural and spiritual resurrection of
a people. May the Jewish National
Fund's past performances be an
inspiration to al) of us for greater
efforts and achievements in se-
curing peace and prosperity for
the people of Israel. So that.this
noble experiment may stand out"
as a beacon of life in a world
bent on justice, liberty, fraternity
and united in the unshakeablo be-
lief in the fatherhood of God and
the brotherhood of man.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950
HESHVAN 16, 5711
Jews In Sportsl
By HASKELLCOHE.V*
Al Risen. Clev
flash, led the Ami
with 37 h ime rum ,."'""
make tour with i
after Worl I S:d
Boston Braves lef:-f:elder.
plans to join i
barn- p
seas >n batting .303. hitti,
homers, and batting in am
hundred runs ... 1:
scored ag;
mates, th< Ni V
Dick Savitt. Jewii
from Cornell. Deal
tennis sta
thereby winnin
South American Tennis Qs^
pionship .
Marvin Rothblatt, formal
phis pitcher, who won 20 0
in the Southern Ass '-
recalled bv the Chicago We
and pitched the final game*
season against the St '
Browns Cal Abraits
finallv given a ch..n:e tope"
in the Brooklyn Dodgers oj
during the crucial 8^mesl5
conclusion of the season im
the Bums almost edge ouinj
delphia for the National "
title ... in the last game,
the Phillies. Cal pulled
long fly that was destine"1
for a two-bagger J*
figured in a play at home
which cost the Dodgers a
cut short a possible rally^
Coach Milton Stock *
Abie home on a ball hi. w
Ashburn. who in turn ;P
fleet-footed Jewish ou.M"
the plate nobodj '
Abrams for running on
but Stock came in tor
censure from the :],
parently the United SJ
team competing in tni
tional Maccablad ati" u
not take enough manpj"ft
the Jewish Olympics--y
^liteam.unluunpetgW
restrictions and funds ,
had an overwhelming <^
in manpower over eu^,
tog country..aJSS?
formances by Ame '< ^
hundred meter iun
doi
hundred mere, ; ~ Kapji
breaking time b> ,
N Y.U.. the three-thou>a
walking title by Hen" fl
and Martin Korik* W^J
snapping the decath.o"


HDAY,
OCTOBER 27, 1950
Ja^kBuMtm
< oancil Women
[o Attend Parley
fn leaati from the Miami Sec-
l nf the National Council of
Kish Women will join repre-
fclatives <>f 35 other council
ii,.n< at the Southern interstate
i) be held in Loxing- i
K. October 29 through
| [. This will be the
r nniversary convention
F Die southern region.
f -.. Miami Will be the
L ,q Fair, Juliet N.
\ Roi nthal, Harrj
;:1t L. Williams. Mrs.
I nd vice president
the confen nee, and will pre-
ij(. .,. of the meetings. Mrs.
trhas bi en appointed chairman
|"rPV. the by-laws.
I-r;,.. i ntion tlieme. "Council
llenge of the Mid-
Cjturv" will be devolped
tough seminars on all phases of
|un(!l ty, including service
,l eign born, community
hfare, d ication and social
Evities.
I enting councils national
..' II be Mrs. Charles
Lmon. third national vice presi-
Mrs. James Strauss of
Ixingti n will preside as presi-
|ni of '..; conference.
Ej a luncheon talk by
I Kamerer, professor
I nee at the Uni-
L oi Kentucky. John Sher-
Y former Republican
t Kentucky and
L tn Dean Acheson,
11 spi ak at the Monday night
L, Ilicers will be in-
I luncheon Tuesday
I rence will adjourn
[tei noon.
PAGE FIVE
I 'fckets Available For Sholem Lodge
Fete Honoring International Leader
Ardnii.ri' Studio
Mrs. Norman Russ. president of the Temple Beth Sholom PTA,
is shown presenting a United Nations flag to Rabbi Leon Kronish.
temple spiritual leader. The event took place at Friday evening
services last week.
Tickets are still available for
the banquet and dance to be given
by Sholem Lodge, B*nai B'rith, at
the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on
November 12 in honor of Frank
Goldman, international presidi nl
of B'nai B'rith, it has been an-
nounced by E. Albert Pallot,
ticket chairman.
M ire than half of the 200
tickets have already been sold
land requests for reservations are
| coming in from lodges throughout
the remainder of the state, he
reported.
Honorary chairman of the event
Joseph M. Lipton. said "South
Florida Jewry will welcome this
opportunity to hear an outstand-
ing address by the man who is
co-chairman of the Coordinating
Board oi Jewish Organizations
for Consultation with the Eco-
nomic and Social Council of the
United Nations. As president of
the world's oldest Jewish Service
Organization, he has travelled ex-
tensively to personally conduct
'the re-establishment of B'nai
B'rith lodges in all corners of 'he
globe."
Jerome Weinkle is geneial
chairman of the affair.
A program of top night club
.stars wi'l be presented and danc-
ing will follow the formal ban-
quet. Reservations may be made
by calling Miss Rose Gilbert, ex-
ecutive secretary of Sholem
Lodge, at 82-5684.
Treasure Hunt on
Tainara Schedule
Tamara Chapter, Mizrachi
W imen, lias completed prepara-
tions for a pirate treasure hunt to
be held on Saturday, October 28,
at 8 p.m. The affair will start at
Miami Hebrew School, 1101 S.W.
12th Ave., and will close with
supper.
Winners will receive prizes and
costumes are optional. Mrs. Philip
Bloom is chairman and Mrs. Israel
Slotsky is in charge of prepara-
tions. Reservations may be made
by calling 83-6885, 83-3464 or
83-6417.
Noofev
lomc Auxiliary
to Meet Tuesday
|: Beach Auxiliary to
I no for the Aged
day. October 31. at
Shore Club Hotel.
I in Appel. president
:i the group's S250.000
k. ise funds for im-
[ and addition to the
k- hun: 150 N.E. 53rd St. Mrs.
blSilver will speak on the sum-
l project, of which she
f ii. Also on the agenda
i n the recent installa-
Mrs, Fred Jonas, chair-
ten.
IA program ol songs by Florence
ail will i> How the business
feting.
Flaglcr-Oranada
nil Plans Ball
: -Granada Jewish j
1 Center will sponsor |
third annual Halloween cos-
f new center build-
.lst Place, Saturday
ber 28.
I 1 be provided by Paul
I band. Prizes will
ir the best costume
vill hi- played, ac-
) Ray Levine, chairman.
}-' lirman is Al Zeigler.
Violoin PTA To
resent Skits
I annual mother and
f TV mple Beth Sholom
s held Monday, October
will fi ature a series of
dramatic sketches en-
-o-Phrenia."
i- were written by Mrs.
Km Kronish, in collaboration
' M Neal Kars and "though
imorous, emphasize certain posi-
ts of Jewish Education
our children."
reception in honor of all new
A members will follow. Chair-
|n for the event will be the
A president, Mrs. Norman J.
pss.
wd Party On Calendar
me Sisterhood of the First
>sn Congregation of Coral
^"'s will sponsor a card and
*" Jong party on Thursday,
Pteiiihe,- 2, at the congregation's
lv quarters, 1618 Ponce
iT n Blvd.
ITukets may be obtained by
1 -1 Sam Raab, 3025 S.W.
St.. 83-2884.
ames Party Slated
P'!1> El Sisterhood will sponsor
lames party on Sunday, October
y P m. in the Dora August
rnal Hay, according to an
wuncement by Mrs. Jack
piro, president.
. ''; George Solinger,
L, im G*nberg and
Fuel Wilchyk will
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MnNtf fkridton
Z^Il^ctoberz,
Personally Speaking
Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz and her children, Elaine and
Tod. are vacationing in Manning, S. C, with her parents, Mr.
ond Mrs. Samuel Richman.
* *
Leon Gruner is back in West Palm Beach after a brief trip
tc New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon- 2231 S. Miami Ave., left Friday
for Washington, D. C.. and New York. In the nation's capital,
they will attend sessions of the Jewish Funeral Directors' con-
vention, as well as those of the National Planning Conference
lor Israel.
* *
Back in Miami after a three-week vacation in New Jersey
are Mr. and Mrs. A. Dorff. 972 S.W. 3rd St. While there, the
Dorrs visited their children and attended a session of the
Pioneer Women's conference at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in
New York.
* *
Lawrence Heftel cf Palm Beach has returned from a motor
hip to California.
* *
Following a four-month trip around-the-world, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Socolof. .1601 S.W. 16th Ave.. are back in Miami. The
Socclofs boarded the S.S. President Monroe at Havana on June
17 and arrived in New York last week.
* *
Lewis Green, 2277 S.W. 19th St.. is recuperating at Mt. Sinai
Hospital from a fall suffered on Monday, October 16.___________
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Edson. 411
Lencx Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
crt. Elliot Kleinman. lo be held
e; the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
se: en Saturday morning. October
28. Officiating will be Rabbi
Irving Lehrman.
Frank Bauer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Bauer. 1100 171h St..
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. October 28.
at 9 a.m. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate.
Betrothal of Miff Beatrice
Greenberg to Berl Bernstein has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg,
738 1st St., Miami Beach. The
prospective bridegrom's parents I
are Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Bernstein,
820 Meridian Ave.
Academy Women
Will Honor
Mrs. Goldberg
Mrs. Isidore Goldberg, mem-
bership chairman of Hebrew Aca-
demy Women, will be honored at
a special board meeting of the
group on Monday. October 30. at
10 a.m. at the Marseilles Hotel.
Mrs. Goldberg, who recently
returned from a trip to Israel,
will give her impressions of the
young republic.
A report on the group's pictorial
journal will be given by Mrs.
Samuel Cohen, journal chairman,
who will offer tips on the so-
licitation of ads.
Mrs. Louis Makovosky. presi-
dent, will officiate at the short
business meeting.
Jlrs. Philip Hi bio
Heads \ow PTA
Mrs. Ph:lip Biblo was elected
president of the Workmen's Circle
Pere'.z School PTA at the group's
organizational meeting Monday at
the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Others named to office were
Mrs. Jack Zebitz. first vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Milton Ratner. second
vice president: Mrs. Harry
Shuldiner, recording secretary;
Mrs. Louis Lasavin. correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Fred Katz.
".'< asurer.
Thf- organization will hold its
second meeting on Monday, Octo-
ber 30. at 8:30 p.m. at the lyceum.
i Louis Lasavin. teacher. will
launch a series of lectures on
Jewish history.
Marilyn Honig
Betrothal Told
Making plans for a December
wedding are Marilyn Honig and
Warren J. Sussin, whose betrothal
has been announced by the bride-
elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Honig. 3530 S.W. 16th St. Mr.
Sussin is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Barnett Sussin of Kingston, N. Y.
A graduate of Miami High
School. Miss Honig is now as-
sociated with the Miami Herald.
Her fiance attended Sampson
College and the New York Insti-
tute of Arts and Sciences and is
now working toward his doctor
of chiropractic degree at Palmer
Institute of Chiropractics in i
Davenport, Iowa. He served in
the European Theatre with the
Coast Guard.
Center PTA To
Sea I Mrs. Hankof f
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff will be
installed as president of the
Parent-Teachers Association of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Religious Schools at the first an-
nual installation luncheon, to be
held on Tuesday. October 31 at
1 p.m. at the Monte Carlo Hotel.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will act as
installing officei.
Other officers to be seated in-
clude first vice president, Mrs.
Harry Greer; second vice presi-
m
Dorothy Birnbaum
Dorothy Birnbaum
Is Betrothed To
Nelson Silverman
Mr. and Mrs. Morns BirnbaJ
of Miami Beach and Detntl
Mich., announce the engageigg]
of their daughter. Dorothv Vrri-I
anne. to Nelson Paul Silvenml
son of Mr. and Mrs David Siln.1
man. 1923 S W 23rd Terr.
The bride-elect attended fcl
University of Miami, where M
was affiliated with Iota AlphaRl
sorority and served as a siinl
columnist for the Hurricane. Ski
is currently attending art cowm
at Wayne University in Detntl
Mr. Silverman, a graduate i\
the University of Miami. wassuM
writer for the Hurricane. TenM
and Ibis and was a member n
the honorary German, leadersM
and drama fraternities and Ikl
Snarks Literary Society. He hs|
done gradual- work at Bread
School of Enghsh in MiddleburiJ
Vermont.
The couple plans a DeW
wedding. D> 2'..
Register Now!
Modern Hebrew
Yiddish, Jewish History and Literature
at the
Institute for Jewish Studies for Adults
meeting at
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Coral Way and 26th Road
Sessions: Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning Oct.
Registration: Oct. 30, 7:30 p.m. Tuition free.
'Phone Bureau of Jewish Education. 9-0489
30.
Habif Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Mareno
Habif. son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Habif. prominent Jewish residents
' of Havana. Cuba, took place Sat-
, urday in Havana.
In honor of the occasion, the
' Habifs were hosts at a dinner
i dance at the Nacional Hotel
I Saturday night. Miamians who at-
tended the affair were Mr. and
i Mrs. Meyer Friedman. Mrs. Moi -
j ns Goldbar. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
! Gordon. Mrs. L. J. Hartz, Mrs. E.
1 Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
' Heiman.
Mrs. Theodore Hankoff
dent. Mrs. George Sugerman.
recording secretary. Mrs. Irving
Cypen: corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Leonard Wolfe: treasurer.
Mrs. Hy Sweet.
A feature of the program will
be a kiddie fashion show present-
ed by the Kitty Kane Shop of
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress the group and the musicai
portion of the program will b^>
directed bv Ben Yomen.
Mrs. Degutz To Entertain
Mrs. Arthu: Degutz will enWj
tain a group if friends at bet
home. 735 West 40th St. thisFn-
dav afternoon in honor ot *
Miami Beach VMHA Commun*
Concert Series.
Among the guests wi
}.
. Mesdames Aai a Cunen. U*
iNadler. M. Feidler, JosepnOba-
'stein, Philip Holland. Ethei HB-
!zog. Harry Segal L Ross and*
; Misses Claire KurshJ
I Levy.
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Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner of
West Palm Beach announce the
gement of their daughter.
Elaine, to Stanlev Berkson of
Brooklyn. N. Y. The bride-elect
is the grand-niece of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Wolfson. pioneer
residents of South Florida.
phyiiis Kandei Murks 26th Anniversai]
Sixteenth Birthday
One hundred formallv-attired
friends of Phyllis Kandei cele- i
btated her sixteenth birthday with
her at a party Friday night at the
Saxony Hotel. The guests dined .
in the Pagoda Room and ad-
journed to the Tropical Room for
dancing.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Kandei. 3280 Chase Ave .
Miami Beach. Phyllis is a junior I
at Miami Beach High School. '.
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Dov Chapter To Meet
Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
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Rose Pertes. president, will report
on the silver jubilee convention,
>m which she recently returned.
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LmAY, OCTOBER 27, 1950
+Jewis* ncrkllan
PAGE SEVEN
C^
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Mrs. Hyman Sootin
)owntown Women
]ect Mrs. Sootin
Mrs. Hyman Sootin was elected
Resident of the newly formed
listerhood of the Downtown
lynagogur at a recent meeting of
pe group.
I Also eU cted to office were Mrs.
jlph Krieger, first vice presi-
en\: Mrs. Jack Rosenberg, second
fice presidi nt; Mrs. Harry Kahn,
fcretary; Mrs. Sam Zelkowitz,
kasun
]Member- of the board include
leMesdames Sam Braelow, Rose
Lpi-rt. I. J S Schwartz, Morris
liver and tli-orge Bloomberg.
Discussion To Highlight
listerhood Meeting
1A panel discussion on "Is World
lovemment the Key to Peace?"
till highlight the meeting of the
lerr.plt- Israel Sisterhood to be
eld Monday, November 6, at 2
|m. in Kaplan Hall.
[Participants in the torum will
Mrs. Ethel Ernest Murrell,
hr.er, li lurer and attorney; Dr.
lathan Chappee. professor of his-
bry ;it the University of Miami;
he Rev. Ji seph Barth, pastor of
fce First Unitarian Church; and
furl Mi Di nald, head of the
bdent government at the Uni-
Wity ol Miami. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
serve as moderator.
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Phone 58-0487
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Jewish Culinary Art
The first kosher test kitchen
in this country, just opened by
I. Rokeach & Sons, has started a
program to bring Jewish cookery
up to date. It plans to standardize
and issue recipes that never have
been written down but passed by
word of mouth from generation
to generation.
The firm, pioneers here in the
production of kosher products, has
devised an interesting method for
carrying out its plan. Oldsters are
being invited to the new quarters,
equipped with the most modern
in kitchen appliances. Under the
eye of Miss Claire Brown, home
economist, men and women pre-
pare traditional dishes as they
were taught by their mothers.
"I'm right beside them with a
notebook and pencil," Miss Brown
explained. "I record their direc-
tions and later test and re-test
the recipes before putting them
into terms today's housewives
understand.
The oldsters, Miss Brown said,
are inclined to be vague about
measurements. They feel that such
phrases as "a handful of flour"
or "a bit of fat" should tell the
housewife all she needs to know
to make a good honey cake or
some teiglach.
But second generation Jewish
housewives, like a great many
other American women, don't
have the patience to figure out
such generalized instructions.
There's not enough time nowa-
days for that kind of cooking, nor
is it practical when so many
right-to-the-point formulas are
available.
"And that's why so many
second-generation Jewish house-
wives know little or nothing about
Jewish cooking," the attractive
home economist went on. "We
think it wrong that this cuisine
should be lost entirely, and we
don't believe it will be if it is
presented in simplified recipes."
One of the demonstrators at the
kosher test kitchen was Mrs.
Reisa Zankel. The 71-year-old
woman, who lives at the Home of business
Old Israel, 70 Jefferson st., had
come to prepare rose petal jelly,
which her mother in Austria had
Mrs. Zankel had no such ob-
jections nor did she seem greatly
impressed by the spanking new
kitchen. She did stop to admire
the electric dishwasher a new
General Electric model that will
be introduced this fall. But she
turned immediately to the bunch
of fragrant red roses and began
picking off the petals, one by one,
"We children stayed close to
the kitchen when mother made
this," Mrs. Zankel said. "She'd
let us sample the jelly as it sim-
mered in the pot and sometimes
she'd even spread it on bread for
us."
The recipe, translated by Miss
Brown, will appear in the next
fall-winter booklet of Jewish and
Middle European specialties that
Rokeach issues quarterly. For
anyone willing to buy three dozen
roses for kitchen use, here is the
recipe for the culinary curiosity:
ROSE PETAL JELL*
3 dozen fresh roses (two quarts
fresh petals, loosely packed)
1 quart boiling water
4 cups sugar
3 tablespoons lemon juice
1. Remove petals from roses
Place in large bowl.
2. Add boiling water to petals,
cover and steep for twenty min-
utes or until all color is out of
petals.
3. Strain liquid into shallow
wide pan. Add sugar and lemon
juice.
4. Cook over medium heat,
stirring constantly, until sugar is
dissolved and mixture comes to
full rolling boil. Maintain full,
rolling boil until jelly stage is
reachedthat is, when two drops
form on the edge of a metal spoon,
then flow together to form a sheet.
5. Skim. Pour into hot, sterilized
glasses. Paraffin.
6. Yields approximately eight
glasses, of six ounces each.
The novel idea of culling guard-
ed recipes from oldsters was
fathered by Leo Rokeach, a di-
rector of I. Rokeach & Sons. He
said his father started the food
in 1870 with recipes
Hadassah Group
To Hold Tea
The Henrietta Szold Group of
, Hadassah will hold a membership
I tea at the Shore Club Hotel on
Monday, October 30, at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Jacob (Beulah) Davis, mem-
bership chairman, will be hostess,
and new members and their
sponsors will be the honored
guests.
"Music and The Dance" will be
the afternoon's theme as de-
veloped by Mrs. John Starr, ar-
rangements chairman. Jose and
Stella, noted dance team, and
Mrs. Theodore Arvan, concert
pianist and music teacher, will
, perform. Mrs. Isabelle Altholz,
; president, will greet new mem-
bers. The program will be fol-
lowed by a gamos party.
Mrs. Leon Freed was chair-
man of the dinner-dance given
by the Miami Chapter of the
National Children's Cardiac
Home at the Clover Club on
Sunday. October 22. at 6:30 p.m.
Mn. Freed is first vice president
of the chapter and chairman of
the ways and means committee.
Miami Juniors To Hold
Harvest Dance Saturday
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will sponsor a harvest dance on
Saturday. October 28, at the Mi-
ami Beach Y.
Dancing, entertainment, refresh-
ments are on the agenda, accord-
! ing to Miriam Scheinberg, chair-
] ment of the event, and all pro-
ceeds will go to Israel.
Beth David PTA To
Mark Book Month
The PTA of Beth David Con-
gregation will dedicate its meet-
ing Monday, November 6. at 8
p.m. to Jewish Book Month.
Highlight of the evening will be
the presentation of a play called
"The Magic Bookshop," in which
children of the religious school
will participate. Participants will
be Stanley Rose, Robert Sterling,
jSanford Schwartz, Buddy Hayden,
] Marcia Feingold, Barbara Baum,
Barbara Seitlin and Dolores
Schatzman.
Presentation of colors will be
made by Boy Scout Troop 89 of
Beth David.
An exhibition of Jewish books
will be set up for the event.
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given to him by his grandmother.
In reaching for new products to
. add to the company's line, he is
taught her to make. > turning back the pages of time
'Sometimes it is difficult to j to find culinary gems lost in the
persuade the women to give us J mad rush of the Twentieth Cen-
their recipes," Miss Brown said. | tury.
"They think of them as belonging The company requests that
just to their family, heirlooms
that should be passed from
mother to daughter."
those who can't visit the kitchen
send in their favorite recipe for
publication in the recipe booklets.
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. always serve some
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The perfect combination
for attractive, appetizing,
nourishing snacks, salads,
dairy lunches and suppers,
desserts. Remember .
whenever you buy fruit
get* a box of your favorite
cheese delightful Swiss
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Mrs. Resia Zankel. Brooklyn, shows Miss Claire Brown, home
economist is the new I. Rokeach & Sons lest kitchen, the tirst
step in making rose petal jelly by an old family recipe. ________
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0ook Month Set
for Hfv. 3-Dec. 3
Jewish Book Month will be
celebrated nationally this year
from November 3 through De-
cember 3. focusing attention of
Jewish communities on the im-
nortance of the Jewish book in
the hff of "tne PePle of tne
Book."
The Jewish Book Council of
Greater Miami is now formulating
plans for local observance of Jew-
ish Book Month. .Plans include
two mass meetings in town and
0n the Beach, book exhibits at
the Public Library at Miami
Beach and at the two Y's, radio
programs, book reviews and book
dramatizations. The Bureau of
Jewish Education is stimulating
book programs in the schools of
Greater Miami while the Jewish
Centers Association is drawing up
plans for celebrating Jewish Book
Month in connection with
Chanuka. All Jewish organiza-
tions are being urged to plan for
Jewish Book Month at their No-
vember or December meetings.
*Je*is>tkrkHam
Myers' Mission To Israel
PAGE NINE
(Continued from Page
S)
en). Mrs. Wagner was not there
the bicycles and European cars I \ I taJk,ed to her on the Phne
on the streets, the cleanlinessit \a saidlrIJcould return on Tues-
is, to use Judy's (his daughter) t uednesday of next week-
famous expression, "terrific ,? ,an nour' 1 go t0 wolk- Ther
famous expression, "terrific.
Paris is truly the crossroads of
the world. Last night at dinner,
there were present in the small
restaurant at which we dined,
Arabians in their native authentic
robes and colorful garments. In-
dians, the men dressed in Euro-
pean suits but the women in their
traditional veils; Germans, Eng-
lishmen and our noisy party of
Americans.
We saw Napoleon's tomb, the
famous Louvrepalace of all
French kings and now a museum
Arc de Triumph, Eiffel Tower!
many historic monuments and
places, the rooms where the
French aristocracy were kept be-
fore being led to the guillotine
at the time of the French revolu-
tion, the location of the old
Bastille now commemorated by a
; will be continuous meetings from
the time of our arrival in Israel
until we leave. I hope I will have
time to write.
Someday, Honey, you and I will
return to Paris to see these things
together. You will abhor the dark
strong coffee that tastes like rub-
ber but you will forget that when
you see th;; flowers everywhere
in the parks, along the Seine, on
the window sills of the poorest
tenements, in the public markets
And the shops!
is offered by the Jewish Book
Council, which consists of repre-
sentatives of Jewish cultural or-
ganization of Greater Miami.
B'nai HVilli Unit
To Sponsor Tea
Final plans have been corn-
Jerusalem, Israel
Monday, September 4. 1950
There is hardly time to write.
We leave in a very few minutes
on a government conducted tour
of the country, to be gone until
very late. The meeting last night
lasted until after midnight so I
had no chance to record my ex-
periences.
We arrived at the airport in
Israel at 6 a.m., Israeli time yes
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Assistance^ such programming | monument, museums by the
dozensall wonderful. Above all
is the impression vou receive of
antiquity combined with absolute ,
cleanliness and complete charm.' {" t\' L?,' k
The buildings, public and private. *ffi SfiS 3' We. J*
are all old-many of them hun^ dh C'?ly J"Vl 'ndlV'-
dreds of years old: but vou feel SSffi y ?h#ret.and Meyerson.
Parisiennes are determined t^ i Ministers of Foreign Affairs and
keep their city foreve because ,"r.\ we ^Wasted at the air-
pletedlorthVcombined member! ** are spot.ess i^J a^uT j jCVtnVlh^u^theS^ 3
Slip tea to be Riven by the Metro- I Th Parks are filled with colorful S3S androckviSSS
! l n'Tuesd'av fehSlff SKSt"- """ ^^ *" 9" bSTl cen^r^nc-
X0nmant SJJS&faSffSSSLaL We Sned at 9 p.m.. and at ,,. SfuUVS-Se^V^
man of the event is Mrs. dropped in to see a typical Paris j we nassed the eviriPnro* of ^
- i s a^si^iotTis p^i ^d-f^0^
spectacular, as vou would"expect ^USe-S and .burnd trenches, barb-
it to be in Paris. The stars of the > ed w,ro and so,diers on the alert-
show were the Four Steps, who
we saw in Miami Beach last win-
tercolored dancers who brought
down the house. The crowded
room, the champagne and the
day's sightseeing sent me to bed
Hialeah-Miami Springs
B'nai B'rith Unit To Meet
Hicleah-Miami Springs B'nai
B'rith Lodge will meet on Thurs-
day, November 2, at-8:15 p.m. at
the Optimist Club.
Program will include movies
and a talk by Gilbert J. Balkin,,
Florida regional director of the i
Anti-Defamation League of B'na. I
B'rith.
Permanent officers will be
elected and the official lodge title
will be voted upon by the general
membership. Charter presentation
ceremonies have been scheduled
tor November 12 at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel.
migration and thus ease our
problems or continue our open
door policy and take our chances?"
Later, Ben Gurion called on the
heads of the various American
delegations to respond to greet-
ings. The Jewish Agency, through
Nathum Goldman, spoke first and
unexpectedly in the course of his
remarks, charged American Jews
with failing to meet the challenge
of these past several years.
(To be continued tomorrow|
our car is leaving. I spoke next I
and will tell you tonight whati
I said.)
Munson, Fascell
Will Speak To
Council Women
The Miami Section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will open its season of regular
monthly meetings on Wednesday,
November 1. at 1:30 p.m. at the
Shore Club Hotel with talks by
Dr. William B. Munson. associate
professor of history at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and Dante
Fascell, Democratic nominee for
state legislature.
Dr. Munson. who has been af-
filiated with the university since
1936. will speak on "Crucial Is-
sues of Our Times." Fascell will
discuss "Issues Before the State."
Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz, pro-
gram chairman, will introduce the
speakers.
Nominations Scheduled
Nominations for officers of the
Israelite Center have been set for
November 7. with elections sched-
uled for November 21.
Serving on the nominating
committee are Morris Aron and
the Mesdames L. Shenken. Sylvia
Sandier. Alma Schwartz and
Pauline Simon.
Plans arc being lormulated for
an installation dinner to be held
in December.
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES
Tufffflmfi
dent of District Five, B'nai B'rith
ii, who is being assisted by
representatives from each of the
g \ local B'nai B'rith chapters.
A skit entitled "B'nai B'rith A*
Poppin'" will present various
phases of B'nai B'rjth work. Each
chapter will enact a different
We arrived in Jerusalem about
8 a.m. (10 p.m. Saturday night
your time) and rested until lunch
time then to the opening session
at 3 p.m., presided over by Ben
Gurion himself, with all the
y^skoppMiismd
phase of the work and the ritual day s s'ghtseeing sent me to bed ^unon himself with all the
will be enacted by the Mesdames' at ].am- a tired and exhausted dignity one would expect of the
Harrv Kaufman. Nathan Rlonm I tourist. I head of a statedealing with its
Harry Kaufman, Nathan Bloom,
j Lenore Curtice, Ida Optner, A.
Frank Welling, Melvin D. Benner,
1 Bernard Hoffman and Miss Mi-
J riam Goldstein. The musical ac-
rcompaiment will be by Mrs.
Theodore F. Arvan.
Presidents and representatives
I from the West Palm Beach, Fort
Lauderdale, Hollywood and Hia-
Beah Chapters have been invited
[to attend the affair.
i tourist.
At ten this morning, we ww JSL^SSff0* P* conferencc41is
up and sightseeing again. This belng.h,eld inla large room on he
time, we directed the driver to ?st Slde of thf K,imf Dav,d HotcI'
take us places where we could I ?m ,my "?** ^e conference-
get the feel of the people. TheAahC tIhrough ,a,rge Fronch to:
workers quarters the manufactur-*dow^ can, sefe Tthe wfst wal1 ?f
ing areas, hospitals. schools. the oId c,tyf of Jerusalem barely
suburban areas and last but cer- a quarter of a m,le away'
The Prime Minister is an un-
Misa Melicov To Attend
Music Teachers' Parley
An.ut Melicov, pianist, who
[recently returned from a three
land one-half month vacation in
will leave Sunday to
Intend the annual convention of
[the Florida State Music Teachers'
Association to be held in Jack-
sonville October 29 to 31.
Miss Melicov will bring back a
gepoil to the Miami Music Teach-
lers Ass nuition. of which she is
jurst vice president, on the piano
mastei class to be led by Dr.
Maurice Dumesnil, internationally
Known French pianist, author and
oremost exponent of Debussy.
you as I explain. I had the feeling
all morning that I was in a movie
siudio examining stage settings
they couldn't be realthe Flea
Market, a public market open
Saturday and Sundays, the many
You have confidence that he will
be fair and impartial as a chair-
man.
We listened to a two-hour ad-
dress on the economic situation
in Israel and the government's
luiuii) unu ouaud^b. uiu muiiy in Israel ami me goveiiimeiu a
ancient cathedrals, the artists' plan for solving it and then ad-
quarters on the top of Mont- journcd to the Prime Minister's
martre overlooking the city where home where we were the dinner
we lunched at a sidewalk cafe guests of him and his wifebuffet
while artists sketched and painted style, simple and dignified: back-
the scenes about us; the fascinat- to the hotel for an evening session
ing characters who roamed the | where we listened to Kaplan,
streets and sat beside us. Do I Minister of Finance, elaborate on
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sound excited? Well, I am!
1 found time to visit the Council
home (Council of Jewish Wom-
the financial problems. The ques-
tion confronting the cabinet itself
seems to be: "Shall we stop im-
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PAGE TEN
+Jewlst>fk>r*#*r) _
FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Technicolor Film On Israel Produced By
Local Firm To Be Shown At Planning Meet
The world premiere of "Land
of Promise" taken in the young
republic last summer by a Miami
movie production company was
set for Thursday night. October
26. at the National Planning Con-
ference for Israel and Jewish Re-
habilitation at the Hotel Statler
in Washington.
In Tecnmcolor. the film is a
27-minute djcumentary on life in
Is so ii To Address
II & I* Women
Ben Essen. Miami attorney, will
add:e>- E:r.:na Lazarus Chapter.
Business and Professi >nal Women
of B'r.ai B'rith, at a membership
party on Sunday evening. No-
vember 5. at the Town and Beach
Club.
According to President Miriam
Goldstein, u feature of the eve-
ning will be fche appearance of
Snyder. hair stylist and con-
sultant from Burdine's Beauty
Salon, who will deliver an m-
formal talk on "Current Trends
in Hair Styling."
The program has been ar-
ranged by Paula Horowitz. Assist-
ing her are Edith Simmons. Anne
Levine and Charlotte Katzif.
Rabbi Honig Speaks
To Gables Zionists
Rabbi Jacob Honig is slated to
speak on "The Bridge Between
Israel and America" at the first
meeting of the Coral Gables
. : jt District on Thursday.
October 26. at 8:15 p.m. at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, ac-
cording to Norman R. Lyons.
ient.
Als i scheduled is a program of
songs by the Choral Gables Jew-
..-.-. C".:".'.(: Ch >::' under the di-
ll of Mrs. Irwin We
and the election of officers.
the Jewish state today. Although
there are scene depicting the de-
pressing conditions in the recep-
tion centers and the havoc caused
bv the Israel-Arab war. the motif
is" youth and hope and construc-
tion, and the stress is on the new
growth taking place.
The film was produced by
Baron De Hirsch Meyer. Miami
Beach civic leader, and photog-
raphed bv Walter Resce. Known
as Rainbow Pictures. Inc.. the
company has headquarters at 760
West Ave., Miami Beach. Ri
Dafne served as technical advise:
Meye: this week addressed a
special letter of invitation to all
Miamians ..-ending the conclave
:n Washing! >n to be his guests
at the first showing.
Special showings for American
and Israeli dignitaries at the meet
will be presented throughout the
w i ekend.
Meyer disclosed that a sneak
preview of the film was held last
week at the office of the United
Jewish Appeal in New York and
that Henry Montor. executive
director, and other members of
his staff were "highly pleased."
Photographer Resce served with
the Air Forces motion picture
service in the Pentagon Building
upon his return from overseas,
where he was with the 15th Air
Forces Combat Camera Unit. He
was held as a prisoner of war in
Bulgaria for 15 months. Resce
also served as director of motion
picture photography at the Bikini
Bomb test.
Rise Stevens
To Sing Here
Rise Stevens, glamorous star
of the Metropolitan Opera, movies
and radio, will be guest artist at
the opening concert of the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra on Sunday. October 29. at
8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium and on
Mondav. October 30, at 8:30 p.m.
at the Miami High School Audi-
torium.
Born in New York City of Nor-
wegian and American parents, the
attractive mezzo-soprano has been
singing ever since she was ten
when she appeared on a radio
program. At seventeen she was
leading lady with the Opera
Comique at the Heckscher Thea-
:n New York. She was heard
by the famous late teacher
Madame Anna Schoen-Rene. who
was so impressed that she offered
to teach the young singer and
obtained for her a scholarship at
the Juilliard Graduate School of
| Music. Shortly afterwards. Miss
; Stevens was offered a contract
with the Metropolitan Opera
| Company, but declined inasmuch
' as she decided to first continue
| her studies in Salzburg, Vienna
and Paris.
Miss Stevens made her operatic
debut at the Prague Opera House
in the tile role of "Mignon."
Following this, she sang in opera
in Vienna, Glyndebourne, Eng-
I land. Cairo, the Teatro Colon in
i Buenos Aires, Paris and in almost
' every major opera house in this
An Americanism program feat- ^ country,
uring Florida Legislators will be ., T ,
sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai, School Paper btail Listed
B'rith. at its meeting on Tuesday.
* Affair Blam~
Tops. Critic Says
The Affair Blum." a German
film with English subtitles, which
bows into the Cameo Theatre
Fridav for a four-day run. is
one of Europe"s best post war
movies. Dealing with the German
counterpart of the Dreyfus case, it
is an overwhelming indictment
against Diejudice.
The storv concerns the efforts
of the police to pin a murder rap
on an innocent manbecause he
is Jewish. Based on an actual
trial which occurred in Germany
24 years ago and became a cause
celebre. the film is superbly
acted. There is not a single actor
in the cast who can be considered
less than a perfect example of
tvpe casting. .
The Affair Blum." combining
as it does the most breath-taking
suspense with an expose of how
judicial systems operate in a
climate of hysteria, is a first rate
film that ought to be a must on
everyone"s list.LA.
North Shore Lodge
To Hold Smoker
North Shore Lodge. B'nai fi.,
w.ll sponsor ils y "H
smoker in honor of new m.T"1
on Sunday. November 5 ?^
p.m. at the Monte Carlo u* 1
it has been announced b L ^
Tobin. president. UonjIi I
Highlight of the eveningsDnu
gram will be a radio bro h
specially beamed :. B'wdwSl
lodges from coast to f*
- ovet
Internatiort
NBC in which
President Frank Golden
Membership chatrmah, Mill
Mannheimer. is in charge 0f 5
City Manager To Speak
Chelsie J. Senerchia. city man-
ager, will address the members
of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. at
their luncheon club meeting on
Tuesday. October 31. at 12:15 p.m.
at the Miamian Restaurant.
Subject of his address will be:
"Behind the Scenes in the City
Manager's Office."
Church Pupils To Visit
Beth Jacob Sunday
Pupils of the M.. :. Beach O.
munity Church Sunday Schal
will visit the Beth Jacob sto!
gogue Sunday morning to hear,
presentation of the relig-J
symbols of the syn.igogue to a
given by Rabb; :.: Meschel*
Legislators To Appear On
Sholem Lodge Program
*3W vsn yn ra ,
^onpiosSstpv!it
flabbi Joseph E. Rackonkj
tit Michigan At*oui
Miami Beach
Phone 5 3595
Board Meeting Called
A meeting of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation has been called
for Tuesday. October 31. at 8 p.m.
at Federation headquarters to
hear a report from the Miami
delegation to the National Plan-
ning Conference for Israel and
Jewish Rehabilitation.
November 7. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth
El.
The Hon. B. Elliott. Speaker of
the Florida House of Representa-
tive, will be principal speaker.
Others who will appear are
Robert L. Floyd. George Okell.
Dante Fascell and R. B. Gautier.
The meeting, arranged by Pro-
gram Chairman David Stuzin, will
be open to the public.
.
Staff members for the Nor-
mandy News, student publication
of Normandy School. 1021 Biarritz
Dri\e, were announced this week
by Headmaster Leo Huberman.
Selected to head the staff was
junior, Edward Cooper, last year's
associate editor.
Aiding Editor Cooper will be
associate editor, Shirley Handel-
man; feature writers, Phyllis
Cohen. Betty Kaplan. Bob Acker-
man, Arnold Davis. Jill Huber-
man, Bob Jacker. Julia Lichten-
stein and Bob Kassman. Produc-
tion chores are handled by Rafael
Pick.
In addition to the student cir-
culation the newspaper is dis-
tributed to alumni from Colum-
bia. South America to Montreal.
Canada.
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)AY, OCTOBER 27, 1950
Jewisti fkrieiian
jncert Series
lekei Drive
Launched
,.. Miami Beach YMHA Com-
tn'itv Concert Series ticket sale
|ve was launched this week and
|l run until November 13, ac-
tjng to Judge Kenneth Oka,
lairman.
)ka announced that members
he Jewish Centers Association
supporting the ticket drive.
Iw in its fifth year, the series
\\ be a lull-fledged Jewish,
hmunity effort, he- said.
| concert series effort
Dade Jewish Centei,
leah-Miar-i Springs Center,
Center, West Miami
liter, Flagler-Granada Center,
i Jewish Community
ter AH members of these JCA
lanizations are entitled to a
discount on the series
Ascription.
Artists appearing on the pro-
n an' Ervin Laszlo, pianist,
eember 14; Orfeo Hispanico
oral Ensemble, December 26;
rman Carol, violinist, January
Charles Weidman Dance Co.,
hruarj 20; and Suzanne Danco,
lich 22.
ioneor Women
| Irs. Lillian Burr was named
fsident ol ihe newly organized*
|j Rudich Group of Pioneer I
nen.
) 'ted were Mrs. Lil-
Brenner, vice president; Mrs. i
Krasnick, recording secre-.
i: Mrs. Betty Brown, financial |
retary; Mrs. Celia Rubin, treas-
Mrs. Nora Simon, Moazat
p ial it chairman.
) d by Mrs. Rubin, for
member of the Pioneer
en in Chicago, and Mrs.
an, the group held its first
|e!:ng at the home of Mrs.
Wolfson. Mrs. Zohava
nun. cultural chairman of the
Women's Council, was
Isent.
group, which is named in
if Mrs. Simon's mother,
install the new officers at
.line Hotel on Tuesday,
lober 31.
PAGE ELEVEN
\l .1 olsoii Dies
Of Heart Attack
The fabulous Jolson story came
to an end Monday night when the
famed mammy singer, whose
voice made millions laugh and
cry for half a century, was strick-
en with a fatal heart attack at
the St. Francis Hotel in San
Francisco, Cal. He was C4.
The singinn comedian, who pio-
neered in the talkies, was m the
film capital to make a n i uding
with Bing Crosby. He was back
just two weeks from 42 shows
in the Korean war zone.
Born Asa Yoelson in 1836 in St.
Petersburg, Russia, Jols hi
| the son of a cantor, who immi-
| grated to Washington. D. C. when
Jolson was an infant. He was
trained for the synagogue but
went on the stage at the age of 13.
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commemoration of United Nations Day. Pictured at the ceremonies are (standing. 1. to r.) Joseph
Lauer. Ophra Chill, Mayor Harold Turk, Beatric* Rich. Rose Berman and Fred Muller; (kneeling,
1. to r.) Jerry Rabinowitz. Edwin Ginsberg and Sandy Andron.
Telephone Quiz Used To Hollywood Youth Group
Determine Musical Taste Elects New Officers
The scientific analysis of con-
sumer response through the use
of polls and statistics has now
reached into the musical field,
according to informatiorr' released
by Leo Huberman. chairman ol
the Miami Beach YMHA Com-
munity Concert Scries.
The Concert Series group, is
an effort to determine musical in-
terests, recently completed a tele-
phone poll of a cross section of
professional people in Dade Coun-
ty. Purpose of the poll was to
ascertain where groups, by occu-
pation, would most likely sub-
Barbara Samuels was elected
president of the Hollywood Chap-
ter of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Attends Convention
Mrs. Robert R. Taylor left Mi-
ami this week to represent the
Dade County Society for Crippled
Children at the three-day con-
Organization at a meeting held Yent'on ^ ^I^11"' S;',;''',,y
last week at the Hollywood Jew- for Crippled Children and Adults
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PBers carried 18 of the 23 pre-
['- m the district to get 1,986
f-s to Wood's 1,421.
The poll, conducted in the form
of a telephone quiz on musical
knowledge brought out the fol-
lowing statistical facts. Attorneys
were far superior in their basic-
knowledge of musical instru-
ments. Dentists led in the recogn-
izing of pieces, while engineers
most successful in recogniz-
ing the techniques of the leading
virtuosos. Teachers ran tiue to
form in their knowledge of musi- iVessie
cul history. Best overall showing
was made by a craft not ordinar-
ily associated with music, the
accountants. Close behind were
music's sister arts, the actors and
artists.
ish Community Center.
Serving with her are Esther
Zinn, vice president; Ed Silver-
stein, treasurer; Myrna Schlafer,
recording secretary; Barbara
Lustgarten, corresponding secre-
tary; Helen Hoffman, chaplain;
and Paul Diamond, sergeant-at-
arms.
Installation of officers is sched-
uled for Sunday, November 5.
Working on plans for the affair
are Morton Baum, Paul Diamond,
Fridelle Kirschner, Norma Rosen-
berg, Esther Zinn and Anna D.
Dantelds, senior adviser.
Obituaries
ALEX J. ROSE
SO, of 3440 s.W. 15th St., passed
away last week following an accidental
fall. A local contractor, Mr. Rose
. resided here since coming from Pitta*
burgh two years ago. Surviving are
his wife. Bertha: his mother, Mrs.
Rose; two sons, uouis and
; a brother, I ii\ Isldot e Rose,
ml two sisters, Mrs. Anna Zarel an
Miss Evelyn Rose, Philadelphia. The
remains were senl t" Wllkes Barn
Pa., for final rites and interment by
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SAMUEL WOLF
tii, of 1326 Pennsylvania Ave., passed
away Monday. (Services were held in
Riverside Memorial Chapel with Inter-
ment in Mt, Sinai Cemetery. A retired
clothing manufacturer from Lowell,
Mass.. Mr. Wolf cam,- here seven
.oars ago. Hi- was a member of
Knesetn Israel Congregation; B'nal
It'rith anil Workman's Circle. Survlv-
I Ins are his wife. Esther*; a daughter,
Gladys; two sons, William anil Kil-
w-ani: two sisters ami three brothers.
MRS. ANNA SOOTIN
\:'. 7 1. passed awA) October 23 in
Brooklyn, N. v. Survivors include two
daughters and three sons, including
flyman Sootln of Miami ami 8.
daurence Sootln of Miami Qeach. Mrs.
Sooiin was .1 winter visitor here for
!.". vcars anil was active in the Golda
Heyerson Chapter of Pioneer Women.
MAX SCHALFEL
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Avt-.. passed awa> Monday evening in
a, local hospital. He was a retired
motion picture theater operator and
hail rewded here for the past two
vi.ir\ coming from Pittsburgh, Bn.
I Survived by his wife, Fannie, four
.sons, i ;.rsnn, Milton, Joseph nn<\
Leonard; a brother Morris ami two
Peters Mrs B. Lector anil Mrs. Lena
Reich all of PlttsbUCgh. Services are
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*Jenisti ftcridliar
PAGE THIRTEEN
L0utli Florida ll'nai BVith Naders
Hill Attend Institute Hero Sunday
RVlth leaders from South
SJoii Sunday, October 29 to
-B'nia B'rith Institute,
lit has i'1
RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT
OF MIZRACHI WOMEN
chairmen who will participate in
workshops and seminars.
Melvin S. Hani.-, of Columbia.
mounced by C. R. | S. C, first vice president ol I
i x, cutive director of '
!;,h Council of Great-
a In South Flor-
esented by lodge
Tio|m .il Women
fcive Bookeoveru
r0 Beach Sehool
of its Anti-Driama-
I
am, Tropical
B'rith Women, is
B'rith District Grand Lodge Five,
has conducted two such institute,
in the northern part of the state
and will complete his tour with
the Sorrento affair. The institute
lees and committee will enable B'nai B'rith leaders
yto discuss the in iny pi grams and
service work carried on within
their specific lodges.
Scheduled to address the Berni-
ni rs between the hours of in a m.
and 4 p.m., are George J. Tali-
anolf who will speak on techni-
cal s for membership i
Louis Heiman, past president ni
District Five and Sholem i.
who will outline the dutii
lodge Hillel committi i s; Gilbert
J. Balkin, Florida regional di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
l- ue of B'nai B'rith, who w ill
discuss the work of the ADL lav-
committees within the lodges;
Morrice Umans of Tampa, who
will explain B'nai B'rith's aug-
mented Americanism and civic
affairs programs; and Milton A.
man, national youth com-
missioner, who will tell of B'nai
B'rith's sponsorship of youth or-
ganizations throughout the coun-
try.
overs, de-
sacrifice of the
n the U.S.S. Dor-
c th Beach Element-
e nal presentation
be held in tin
i mm on Friday.
ting at 1 p.m.
a Weiss Liebman,
has ai ranged I :
I special program
!, -introduction to
Included in the
be the showing of
'Songs of Friend-
'..,- community singing.
; dramatic reading on
he mea the four chaplains'
lemocracy today.
f presentation of the
the school will be
e in | half of the chapter by
Benner, president;
rs 1.. C'ypen, program
i Gilbert J. Balkin,
Luncheon reservations may be
made by calling the B'nai B'rith
council office at 82-5684.
Auxiliary Will Review
Summer Activities
Summer activities of all de-
I partments will be reviewed when
' iirfR'n,i the executive board of the Worn-
n'.i-Dcfi.niation League of a nai
Mrs. Lionel Golub of Brooklyn.
N. Y was unanimously re-elected
national president of ihe Mizrachi
Women's Organization of Ameri-
ca, major women's religious
Zionist group in the United
States, at the silver jubilee con-
vention ol the organization in
Atlantic City, N. J. The 25th
annual conclave also voted a
budget in excess of $1,000,000 to
carry forward educational. Youth
Aliyah, and social welfare activi-
ties in Israel. Mrs. Emanuel
Karger of Miami was elected to
the national board.
Ill Council Will
Meet November 2
The B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami will meet Thurs-
day, November 2, at 8:15 p.m. in
the council offices, 330 Seybold
Building. George Bertman. presi-
dent, announce,
Bernard Newmark, state mem-
bership chairman, will report on
the progress of the current mem-
bership campaign, and Herbert
i easurer of the V.A. Serv-
ice Fund, will report on the i
ly B'nai B'rith parties held at the
V. A. Hospital.
Final preparations will be made
by the council for the special
i B'rith broadcast honoring
Milton Berle on Sunday. Novem-
ber a, over NBC.
B nth Council will
officially welcome the new Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Lodge into
the fold.
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Sanner, school leader,
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Jrelconii- on the theme of relation-
lh:p of c immunity organizations
lothe public schools will be made
V. ;.: Liebman.
I The pr igram will be held at 1
km. for the primary grades and
1 p.m. f ir theintermediate grades.
faplan Unveiling
k unveiling of a monument
i the memory of the late Mrs.
tea Kaplan, daughter of Mr.
I !.: Max Schwartz, will take
blace Sunday, November 5 at 2
km, at nit. Nebo Cemetery with
en's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai
Hospital holds its first fall meet-
ing on Friday. October 27.
All committee chairmen are to
read written reports at the meet-
ing, which will be held in the
Memorial Room of the hospital
on the mezzanine floor adjoining
the gift shop at 10 a.m.
Cuban Jewish Leader
Given President's Award
HAVANA. (JTA) Adolf o
Kates, a Jewish communal lead-
er here, last week was awarded
the Orden de Caballero Carlos
Manuel de Cespedes, which is
awarded by the Cuban President
to prominent Cuban citizens for
services rendered to this country.
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Louis D. Brandeis Unit
The Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
No. 199. Free Sons of Israel, cele-
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social meeting on Thursday, Octo-
ber 26, at 8 p.m. at the Seacomber
Hotel.
Guest speaker was William B.
ay Grauer officiating.' Munson, professor of history at
is also survived by : the University of Miami, whose
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F I relatives are asked
topic was "United Nations as a
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Co-Opcrative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Mr. Mebman, a member <' the New fork Bar Association, will soon
i hi* law practice in this area. Formei director < the economic
imis8ion nf tli.. Zloi i .... lra,.l n,i /. iii.-m. ll.- is .1 member of the national board of
v ['nited Synas of Ami i and i* :i member >>i the Miami j'acn
...... Mi Ulebman i> pi igram chairman .'i the Miami Beach
X. i] 1st I'M ct.THE EDITOR.
At the conclusion of the first Disassociation can be exercised a'.
article in this series, the statement any time hut in such event, the
made that there are three member leaves with only the
primary tvpes of rural or agricul- j clothes on his back regardless 01
the accumulated profits or wealth
of the kvutza.
Some kvutzot are also known
as kibbutzim but there is a dis-
tinction between the two terms.
In these articles a kibbutz shall
refer to groups of kvutzot banded
together as a federation based
tural settlements.
The moshavah Is the original
and oldest form. Petach Tikvan,
I!, rzlia and Rehovot are now
three cities with populations
ranging from ten to thirty-five
thousand peoples. Each of the-u
started as a moshavaha farm- ,
ing village composed of one-half upon a common economic or poi-
who were farmers owning their itical philosophy, particularly to-
io were tarmers owning
own land and the other half farm
laborers, all of whom were
Jewish.
All other rural settlements are
founded on land owned by the
Jewish National Fund (JNr\
whose Hebrew name is Keren
Kayemeth L'Israel. The JNF se-
cures its funds from all parts of
the world by way of contributions
and endowments. It was created
by the first World Zionist Con-
gress in 1897 to purchase land in
P i tine and to hold it in per-
petuity for all Jewry.
ward socialism, attitudes toward
the youth movement and orienta-
tion to the doctrines of A. D.
Gordon. Common needs and band-
ing together should not imply
complete unanimity on all
matters. Each kibbutz assists a
member kvutza in an emergency,
supplies a central system of ed-
ucation and acts for its affliatc>
in larger fields.
Among the better known kvut-
zot are Afikim (established in
1928 in the Jordon Valley, area
100 dunams and population 400),
Degania A (established in 1909 ;n
A kvutza consists of a group Jord((n Vallev. 180o dunams and1
of individuals to whom the JNt ppulation 560). Ein Harod (es-'
has leased a tract of land that, tablished in 192i on the Plain ot
from a few hundred
dunams (a dunam is a one-fourth
.,1 thousand. Usual-
I for the first
Jezreel, 11.800 dunams. population1
900). Ein Hashofet (established!
1937, Hills ol Ephraim. population
400. 3500 dunams and named after :
few v allow the new Jud'ge Brandies), Geva (1921.
group I h itself. The
[ lai
upon the membershiD of the
fertilit; f the soil and
:.. to cultivate it. A-
nt. al 60
: ss found i I "'
r P"vate own. -jEach equa] am(|Unt
land held undei a forty-nine year
.-. evi n '
the mi
n, on : enoun
immunal tn --
ir" 11 pei 'al v.' alth and b1 -
! Unl< one i -
1 pplicanl must ue
ng, then he
1 ted on a trial I
I : mon ths I
: ion to
<:
Valley of Jezreel 5000 dunams,
population 1.100) and many
thers. There are approximately
20U kvutzot in Israel.
A n ir moshav oveditn
ent) is a settle-
ment of fai smallholder.;
of
Youth Department, has defined it.
as "A community in which the
business or farm is completely
collectivized, whereas the family,
as a familv. retains its individual
existence and lives its own sepal -
ate private family life each in his
own fashion. It is based on a dis-
tribution of resources in accord-
ance with the individual needs
of the family and not in accord-
ance with the earning or con-
tribution in work of the indivi-
dual. It is an attempt to strike
a balance between the nd for
rationalized collective work and
the demand of the individual
worker for as large a measure of
self-determination as possible Li
regard to that part of his life
which is not devoted to earning
I his living."
Of the approximately 120 rural
settlements founded in Israel
during the past year. 90 were of
the moshav and moshav shitufi
type as against thirty kvutzot.
Later articles will indicate why
there is this trend, especially
from the motivation for family
life, opportunity for economic
advancement and ind i v i d u a 1
liberty.
There are two conversations I
had while visiting the immigra-
tion camps last summer that re-
veal the difficulty in attracting
some of the former DPs to agri-
cultural colonies and especially to
the kvutzot type.
In the Bet Olim near Rannanna.
I met a man who had been there
for eleven months. He had recov-
ered from his former physical dis-
ability. I asked him why he
remained in the camp and he said.
"I can't find .1 job in the city."
I then asked him why he didn't
go in for farming and his reply
was, "I lived in a concentration
camp for six years. I don't want
to go into another one. I want my
own home and I want to go where
and when I please."
The second conversation took
place in a camp near Haifa. It
was almost identical with the
first. However on this occasion. I
asked him why he didn't choose
a moshav shitufi where he could
have greater personal liberty. He
said he had only heard of this
kind shortly before my arrival.
"In Poland from where I come,"
he added, "the agents from Poale
Zion never told us of such a
kibbutz. Now I am trying to get
together a group because this I
am willing to try."
Some moshavin (plural of mos-
hav) which may interest tourists
to Israel are Beth Hanan (founded
in" 1929 in Judea, pop. 400) Gesher
(1922. Jordon Valley, 4000
dunams, 500 pop), Kfar Hittim
(1925, Galilee, 4000 dunams, 300
pop., all Mizrachists), Kfar Mar-
morek (1931. Judea. 1000 dunams.
500 Yemenites), Kfar Yehezkel
the JNF, Each en-1
rty rights in 11
tract, live stock, buildings |
and farm equipment. The co-!
operative effort consists in an
all-inclusive program oi selling
the members' produce, and deal-
ing with civic affairs, irrigation
and purchasi ol live stock, seed
an I thi necessities Heavy ma-
chine] ; s tractirs, 1 .'i" s,
...i communally owned. In
. idual illness, the 1
take over duties. I
The ci. :. between mos-i
hav and moshavah lies in the
kers and employers
the former. In a moshavah.
may be wide variance in
individual wealth and financial i
a and strikes by farm
lands may even occur. The princi-
ple oi the- moshav is that each
be his own master in a
community of equality.
In recent years, the moshav
eloped as a vai iant
moshav with aspects of the
kvutza. Lionel Feitleberg of the
Z:oni-t Organization's
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PAGE FIFTEEN
A Tribute To Mizrachi Women
By SOLOMON KERSTEIN
(Vice President of the Block Publishing Co. and
well-known Jeioish Journalist and publicist)
But the spiritual power Mizrachi i Benjamin Franklin, printer and i sion" in the colonial resistance of
Women have invested in the land editor, has been termed by one | oppression.
ma- historian as "the one man of vi-
In anv recital of Jewish history
L,p encounters the phrase "city
K Mother in Israel." Th.s ap-
nd to a Jewish community
.,hlp for its distinguished Jew-
fc0'abi,s,,nalitH, and for its
Rdevlments that have left their
ermanent impress upon Judaism
, is the concept of motherhood
r?hcd to a city of great Jewish
Knsequenc.-.
rnr the outstanding praise
Itfered a Jewish woman is to
(en her a -mother in Israel. By
his name we can well designate
hi beloved Mizrachi Woman
'adiT of the U.S., and of Israel,
Bessie Gotsfeld. In her case the
Innrllation is no mere linguistic
We; she is in good truth a
Ibster mother of her people.
During the quarter century
she has exerted a profound
niritual influence upon thous-
nds of children and youths in
jrael and throughout the Jewish
Erorld. Her accomplishments and
he esteem in which she is uni-
trsailv held are attested by the
Let th.it ilready a religious chil-
en's villageKfar Batyahhas
leenn. el her. This village
5 near Tel Aviv, in the splendid
trroiui I "' Raaaanah.
This "iiuirT. whii heads
, ver 50 institutions
[ mits i the new
[. ilso had her name
h a newly created
i the Holy Land,
lis i hildren's village
into a '"city and
[ '"
Y isked fm auto-
\':ls. Mrs. Gotsfeld
foi gel me person-
I COg in the wheel
[tin Women's activity,
list v bout the work of the
Eousan i I American Mizrachi
i a, all of whom are responsi-
ble fm our achievements in Is-
y."
| 1: is well therefore that this
jrticle concerns itself largely with
lie Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America, which is holding
its 25th anniversary convention
in Atlantic City October 15 to 18.
Kfar Batyah, only three years
old, has a seme of buildings and
schoolhquses, to attest to recent
Mizrachi Women creativeness.
This million dollar project will
have 25 structures in all, in which
will be provided complete susten-
ance and full religious and tech-
nical education for hundreds of
young boys and girls.
They are taught weaving, em-
broidery, shoemaking, locksmith-
ing, carpentry and agricultural
pursuits. It has more than three
hundred young disciples learning
how to become productive citizens
of Israel. Most of them are of the
Religious Youth Aliyah, brought
over from the holocaust of Eu-
rope, to maintain body and soul
along traditional lines in the new
land.
The national body of Mizrachi
Women began in a small way in
1925, under the guidance of Mrs.
Adela Goldstein, of blessed
memory, and a number of her
idealistic colleagues. Some of the
original founders have developed
into top leaders with the years
Mrs. Gotsfeld. now honorary
president and Israeli representa-
tive, is one of these. The organ-
ization's first efforts were di\
toward establishment of girls'
homes and technical schools.
Added achievements to the
ni d have been monu-
mental. Al:/:;.i hi Women now
\ i. ; .'ii onstruction project.-;
to their credit in Israel, ui
and small towns. Then
Zeirot in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv.
I and Haifa (this last is a Canadian
achievement); children's schools.
nursery teachers' institutes, adult
academies, and social welfare cen-
ters, as well as the Kfar Batyah.
In money the organization has
invested in Israel over $5,000,000
I collected in the United States,
I Canada and Mexico. The latest
I project is the Bar-Ilan School,
i named after the late world leader
of Mizrachi, Rabbi Meir Bar-Han.
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is greater even than their
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The writer, who has attended
many of their conventions and
local gatherings, can attest to the
deep faith and determination with
which they have conducted their
deliberations and their labors. It
has shown itself in their American
activities, and in all of their
doings. They have provided
spiritual food for all of Jewry,
particularly the refugees from
persecution.
The Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of the United States and Canada
thus signifies the extraordinary
achievements of America's Wom-
en's Mizrachi: "We have learnt
with much joy of the coming
25th anniversary celebration of
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America, whose variegated
activities and achievements in
Israel merit our highest com-
mendation.
"During that time this organ-
ization has erected more than 50
institutions, consisting of educa-
tional projects, technical schools,
children's villages, and the like,
wherein thousands of young
people orphaned in Europe obtain
the sanctified religious upbring-
ing which is their due, and learn
their life's occupations, in the
most holy atmosphere of the land
of our fathers.
"By their work and devotion
they have proved themselves full
: partners in the building of the
land and the creation of the na-
tion Israel. They can well pride
themselves over their 25 years
of activity.
"The Mizrachi Women have
done much to redeem the souls
ni the young religious immig
Through their schools and houses
of refuge they have performed
the divim command of saving the
- and s iuIs of humanity in
,i single combined operation."
.Mrs. Gotsfeld declares that a
new era is opening fur the organ-
ization, "Our work until now,"
i she says, "has been only the
genesis; we shall go on to ever
greater achievements for the
youth and for the future of Is-
rael."
To this Dr. Herzog. chief rabbi
| of Israel, gave a hearty amen
| when Kfar Batyah was created
three years ago. He was aware
that Mizrachi Women were al-
ready building magnificently for
the state that was yet to be.
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expected to exclaim in the words
of the Psalms: "This day hath the
Eternal made; let us rejoice and
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I nsi ii uK' For Jewish Studies Will
Open Fifth Year On Monday Night
The Institute for Jewish Studies
will open its fifth year of adult
courses for the Jewish community
of Miami on Monday, October 30.
A ten-week course is offered in
languages, history and Jewish
literature, with classes in Hebrew
and Yiddish on both Mondays and
Wednesdays. All sessions will be
held at the Beth David Congrega-
Soprano-Author
Returns Here
Miss Ruth Brotman, who left
the end of June for Montreal to
attend a convention of the Au-
thors and Press Club of which
she is a member, has returned to
Miami Beach to continue her
musical activities.
Miss Brotman. former associate
editor of the Winnipeg Post and
music correspondent in Detorit
and Montreal, will write a series
of articles for tha Ottawa Journal
and a national syndicate.
A soprano of note. Miss Brot-
man gave concerts at the Govern-
ment House. Ottawa, and at a
civic reception given by the
mayor of Montreal.
Pioneer Women
To Seat Leaders
Tuesday. October 31, is the date
scheduled for the Pioneer Wom-
en's installation luncheon, origin-
ally set for October 17 but
postponed because of the hurri-
cane. The affair will be held at
the Shelborne Hotel at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
install officers of all chapters in
the Greater Miami area, and Mrs.
Rosemary Gerson Kaplan, who
recently returned from the silver
jubilee convention, will give a
report.
'IdeaTMan' To Be
Chosen At Dance
Clara Hash Landau Chapter.
B'n,:; B'rith Young Women, will
sponsor its second annual "Ideal
Man" contest and dance at the
Shelborne Hotel. October 28.
Contestants have been sub-
mitted by various youth groups
throughout
tion, S.W. 3rd Ave. between 26th
and 27th Roads. Registration is
set for Monday. October 30, at
7:30 p.m. and first classes will
begin at 8 p.m.
Courses will include: beginners'
Hebrew for those seeking a mas-
tery of mechanical reading and
an appreciation of the prayer
boolt: beginners' modern Hebrew
leading to facility in Hebrew con-
versation and of value to those
contemplating a trip to Israel;
intermediate Hebrew for those
having a basic knowledge of He-
brew writing, reading and voca-
bulary; advanced Hebrew for
those seeking an appreciation of
Hebrew literature; beginners'
Yiddish for those who wish facili-
ty in reading and writing simple
Yiddish; intermediate Yiddish
leading to an appreciation of
Yiddish literature and composi-
tion; a Century of Jewish Life
a study of the historical move-
ments in Jewish life from the
French Revolution to date; the
Talmud and Midrashan exami-
nation of the second greatest
religious creation of the Jews; and
giants in Jewish literaturean
introduction to the great Jewish
writers from Judah HaLevy of
the Golden Age of Spain, to
Sholem Asch and Martin Buber of
today.
A rotating faculty of rabbis and
educators will present the last
course.
Schedule is as follows: Nov. 1.
Yehuda HaLevy by Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Nov. 8, Moses Hayim
Luzzato by Rabbi Moshe Mann;
Nov. 15. Yehuda L. Gordon by
Rabbi Simon April; Nov. 22.
Achad HaAm by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman; Nov. 29, Hayim Nach-
man Bialik by Rabbi Joseph
Narot; Dec. 6, Saul Tchernihofsky
by Louis Schwartzman; Dev. 13,
Shalom Aleichem by Rabbi Ralph
Do Koven; Isaac L. Peretz by
Milton Kurman; Sholem Asch by
L. Lasavin; Jan. 3. Martin Buber
by Rabbi Morris Skop.
Faculty for the other courses
will consist of Hy Pomerantz.
Mrs. Ruth Uliss, Louis Schwartz-
man, Joseph Hurwitz. Milton
Kurman, Dr. Donald Michelson
Leon J. Ell
Ell Renamed -IM
Council Chairman
Leon J. Ell was re-elected
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami
at a recent meeting of the group.
Also elected to office were
Harold Shapiro, honorary chair-
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man of the executive board;
Isidore Goldberg, honorary vice
chairman; Benjamin Appel, Saul
Ashkenazy. Mrs. Harold Jaffer,
Mrs. Sol Kamin, Mrs. Emanuel
Karger, Abraham Mason, Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, vice chairmen;
Daniel M. Broad, treasurer: Abra-J
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Claire Schneider, recording secre-
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An American Jew Speaks
By IRVING EDISON
/President of the National Jewish Welfare Board)
ciDate no vacuums in
LTcan Jewish life-cultural or
brwise. On the contrary, I see
Tau*cnlic and enerfetlc.. U-P-
of Jewish cultural activity
*ughout the country.
e
e Jewish Community Center
as a matter of historic fact, a
ne manifestation of an ideal
t is central to Jewishness and
aisnv a strongly-motivated
,e to elevate, to better, to
roVe This is a work which
ld call forth blessings in any
. but in this our owna period
Ljft-moving transitionit is
"able and vital beyond our
,ty to calculate.
+ XnisHkrldian
PAGE SEVENTEEN
1 I
. and more the Jewish
Iimunity Center seeks to go
ond the needs of its member-
p to extend to the entire Jew-
[community the facilities, re-
Lces and sound group work
Jciples developed by the
. .
ie of the great strengths of
Jewish Community Center
I in its flexibility, in its will-
Less and even eagerness to
bt itself, its services, its char-
ts, to the needs and require-
Its'of the times.
*
_l Jewish Community Center
art of a great trinity the
the synagogue and the
ie must not let down our
|h. They have served us in
I wars in a single generation
I now iigain in the Korean
jgency. Yuuth needs us as we
I them.

e should not self-segregate or
Ighettoi/.e American Jewish
I Such a procedure would be
loak ourselves with inferiori-
|The program of the National
ish Welfare Board is a major
tribution toward a dignified
and self-respecting life for Jews
in America as Americans and as
Jews.

The miracle of Israel is real.'
*
Moving steadily toward a great-
er measure of unity without uni-
formity, we have found it both
desirable and possible to plan and
build for a stronger American
Jewry while at the same time
helping to establish the state of
Israel and to rescue and re-
habilitate hundreds of thousands
of Jews in other parts of the
world, and to take care of thous-
ands of newcomers within our
land.
Important among the many
forces that alerted and sensitized
American Jewry to and prepared
it for its unprecedented responsi-
bilities is the Jewish Community
Center movement. To the emerg-
ing pattern of positive Jewish life
in America we find the center
giving impetus, guidance and
substance.
The development or non-de-
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sonality affects each and every
one of us. It is up to us to build
for our generation and the gen-
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us.

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National Jewish Welfare Board
constitute a partnership devoted
to the establishment of the kind
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bequeath to the next generation.
The center movement and JWB
are allies with all other positive
forces in Jewish lifethe syna-
gogue and the home. Together we
seek to carry out in our time the
prophet Jeremiah's charge of the
exiled Jews of Babylon:
"Seek the welfare of the city
wherein you dwell and pray unto
the Lord for it: for in its welfare
shall be your peace."
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Miami Beach.
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dent of the group, members will
canvass the Miami Beach area
on Monday evening, asking for
clothing, toys and other articles
useful in the annual Lend-A-
Hand Fund campaign. The work-
ers will be properly identified by
large badges indicating their
name and organization title.
Residents of Miami Beach have
been asked to cooperate in this
community service project which,
though similar to "Tricks or
Treat" games of youngsters on
Halloween, is definitely a serious
campaign designed to assist less
fortunate neighbors in the area,
Miss Levy said.
On the committee are Barbara
Ginsburg and Miriam Levy.
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Mrs. Bess Nelson will be hostess
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30, at 1:30 p.m. for members of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom and their friends.
The luncheon will serve as a
"kick-off" to the series of Wed-
nesday afternoon teas during the
month of November preparatory
to the sisterhood's bazaar early
in December. Admission is an
article of merchandise suitable
for sale at the bazaar. The other
four teas will be held at the
temple.
"The sisterhood storeroom is
already beginning to bulge with
gifts for the bazaar and it is
hoped that Mrs. Nelson's luncheon
will start the ball rolling for
an even greater supply," stated
Mrs. Alexander Robbins in ex-
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made aprons and dresses and
novelties and will continue to sew
right up until the last moment."
Mrs. H. S. Kaplan is bazaar
chairman.
Beach Publicity
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Announcement is made of the
formation of Public Relations
Consultants, with offices at 1101
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, by
Helen Alpert and Ben Schneider.
The new unit will provide a
complete service in planning, or-
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ing public relations campaigns for
commercial enterprises as well as
hotels and affiliated businesses.
Miss Alpert has served as ai-
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motions for oceanfront hotels, is
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newspapers.
Heading the office staff is Bert
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKHV (I1VKN that
thu undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Hoy's Health Shoes at 7950 N. K. l'n Avi'., Miami, intfial to reKixter paid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY BUXBAI M
DAVID FISMI'.KIN"
< Iwners
FREDERICK S. OROSSBGRQ
Attorney for applicants
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL "Iki'lIT
OK FI.<>II>A. IN AMi FOR IiAUB
coc.vtv. i.\ Cham i:i:v, No.
136200.
MANNY KRUMHOLZ, also known as
MAX KIUMHOI.Z, I'laintlff, vs.
BETTY KRUMHOLZ, Defendant.
TO: BETTY KRUMHOLZ,
2S90 Tlebout Ave.,
Bronx "<". New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the itill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
iCourt on or before the 23 day of
November, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce, here*
tofore filed herein, will he taken ah
confessed by you.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this tha
23 day of Oct., 1950.
!:. B, LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
I Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: 'M, \V. BTOCKING,
Hel'Utv Clerk.
Mil.TON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorne) tor I'laintlff.
1023 Seybold Uldg., Miami, Fla.
10/27 11/8-10-17
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
) Florshclm Shoe Store. 245 East Flakier
81 Miami, Fla., Florshelm shoe Hhop,
ti4i Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with ih*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>.''Io
County, Florida,
(( IWKN-BI'LBIN SHOE
STORES, INC.
1" 27 II J-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Circle Insurance Agency hi 1220 Bls-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, In-
includes Rose Heines, M. J. Ber-1 tend to register said name with the
liner. Lowell Thing, Bill Rogers, Clerkof the^Olrcull Court or Dad*
Vic Knobloch and Irving Fried-. ARNOLD I', ROSEN
man.
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Mrs. Gertrude Marx is director, MTEMi hei'man Vkaplan
with Steve Kesslcr as musical
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Attorneys for Applicants
1" 27 11 3-10-17
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY RIVEN al
the undersigned, deslrli 0 to engage In
business under the fictitious name "C
EMBASSY KKHTAl'RANT ill 1857
COLLIN8 AVE., MIAMI HKACH,In-
tends ti register said name with the
Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Dada
County, Florida.
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t iwni h
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Attorneys f"i applicant I
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I rvrst Jewish Congregation of; Miami Hebrew School and Con-
Col Gable "l618Pogncede Leon gregaUon (Orthodox). 1101 8.W.
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven
Rabbi De Koven m officiate at
services Prldas at v li P-m aedl. ""'
i,. Initiation and cons, i ration ol m rv-
of religious
Th. nal.bl will address the <
and Jack Kan. will speak or,
iti H. I>r lass,
from i l>.m to J 10 |i in. Sundaj
from : 4". to 12 noon. Choli meet ns
\*oi : :,i Rabbi'* residi n. e
113 Mendosa Ave. al v P ">
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood, 1801 So.
Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.
Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi.
Services Friday at I I1 '". |,r Ranaon
will preach. II.in. w sessions Saturday
: .(in ; religious school Sunday 9:45.
Norihside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd Si.
Cantor Isaac S. Smith will offici-
al,. .,t servlcea Friday evening.
North Dado Jewish Center
(Conservative), 13630 W. Dixia
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening service! at 8:15.
Saturday morning servicei at 10.
Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowilx.
Si i rs '. so ]> in. Friday, i wily
ea at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sa I .. \ .i v I *.
. ,..... .
u Ni I Wi u S ml I i will
Ices at SH

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: Hebrew '
Vi. .
Nov.
Mrs
|>eter (I
It. We-dmsd I
: 'in
Congregation roung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Si .:. k f*i May night
da) Mill, ha .ii li Ifl p.m.
follow...I !.\ Shal S idoa. Services
.- to Thursday H a m and k
All ITouns Israel members In the area
are Invited to attend.
T'Fereih Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7tb
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.;
Saturday 9 .i m. All residents In that
ln\ ted t.
attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A.
Ben Elias.
FYlda) night aervicea .it 5:30; Satur-
ate) morning at 9. Dally services a) 1
i a.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Friday evening service at R:l".
Rabbi l.eht in.in will speak. Haturda)
morning .it 9. Th>- rabbi will ;
on the weeklj Portion of the Law
Temple israet (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Sabl. i')i eve s. it 8:15 i> m.
i' \: \-. : i t th. en i es and
|"he Case of the H i
I..-.. \ R. eptloii and dU
rabbi wl folios Visitor:
a.m.

of aern lew -;
Practice." I
men) a 1 pr. enl status ol Jewish
and cer. i: I
school Sunda> ..: 9: r. .. m
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St,
Miami Beach.
I servlcea and ":30
- is at 9 a m.
i evening m 5:30 p.m.
i ; m tli. i. w ili be a
hll.lren of th.
community. Refreshment* will be
served and Hebrew dances and songs
ill be taught bj Miss Kau
d V. .,, Pera. h and also Bobble
Mlncl at 5:1." p.m and 8h iloa
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
it 5:30 ii m.
Saturday n ::...
i. ., reach on
"The Supri Mini ha .it
'! P in followed h s tdos
la\ in
to I.....n S .ini ly from
1 I tall) si h
n, and 10 ii in.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemor.
Friday evening aervicea at ':::<>.
Saturday morning at 9, The rabbi will
speak on "Pattern "f Philanthropy."
Mishna at 1:45 p.m, followed by Mini ha,
Shalos Sudos and Maarlv servlcea
Sun.i.a a. in-'i at 1" a.m. Hebrew
achool dally 8:30 to 8:30 p.m. Daily
services 7 10 a.m. an.l i:4r> p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
chcloff.
Friday evening services at 5:13.
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.
The rabbi will preach on "The
Righteous with the Wicked." Minolta
at 6:15 followed by BhaJos seudia.
Rabbi Mescheloff win preach on
the Portion of the Week. Hebrew
achool Monday through Thursday, 3:30:
Sunday. 9-18.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1S36
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
Servlcea Friday evening at 8:30
|i in at the Atlantis Hotel Roof Garden
Hal.hi Mann will speak.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:30.
gal irda) morning at 8:30. The rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the Week
at 1:15 the rabbi will apeak. Mincha at
:30 followed b) Shalos Seudoa and
Man Iv sei -. Ices. I tall) :80
.. m. followed by .lass In Mishna.
\t : h. services at ."> :30 follow .-.I -in
Tu. sda) and ThutI
lass in Laws and Customs, and on
la) .- ml Wedn. class in
i. n -h i.. gendi ': the Talmud.
Temple lietn Snoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday ev. ntng s I s: l r..
ii !< onish i
Ing t'. 1 >: .l.ia
. 1":I
:.. Ml 'I
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Friday pvenlng sen I 30 Late
Frlda) services at 8:15. BAturda)
moi ii 9:30 Sunda) mot nlng
religious school 9:45, Sunday evening,
lenter holds open house for youth ol
communlt) Btartlng 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-
unlay morning servlcea 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Elver ",i; speak on the Portion of the
w..k At 4 h.- will Inatruct .lass In
Talmud. Mincha at '. followed by
Shalos s.-nil,is contributed by I. Rich*
man. Ziniias will follow: also .short
talk by Mr. Rlchman, Maarlv to fol-
low. Daily services al 8 a m followed
by class In Mishna by the rabbi.
Mincha at "::'..i followed by .-lass in
Jewish i.aw- and Customs. Maarlv
follows. Daily classes Hebrew school
Monday through Thhrsday, 1:30 <"
6:30. Sunday school l" to noon. Regis-
tration dail) III th.- Office from 8 a in
in v p.m Junior Congregation services
at l<. a.m. Ever) Sunday the brother-
hood III onil let Bel vices 9 fol-
lowed bj bi tkfaai and cultural pro-
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West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Exra Lifshitz.
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Late I'liiv evening services at y 18.
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3AY, OCTOBER 27, 1950
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE NINETEEN
J%EPMANN, Plaintiff, vs.
?vm?KRIEI>MANN. Defendant.
A\Vli. FRIEDMANN,
\\. 121th s,' ,
York. N'e* Vork
t ..,-.. reunited to nerve a copy
[ ;,' ,., the Bill of Com-
I ,",,'. on the plaintiff'.;
.,, id t.. file the original
B? in the offli.....f the Clerk of
lerruit *OUrt "II 01" before "'
'/'oV November. A.D. MM: other-
r'th. Hill of Complaint for Dlvorci,
L'fore filed herein, will be taken
f,'",'* ~"> 'i.\|l'.'.-.->i!",i'i<"i<'-. "hi-- the
k'i.eatherman.
Clerk "f the Circuit Court,
|1:,,i,. County, Florida.
Lull 'A|l| I Seal)
r" By: WM. W. STOCKISO.
Deputy Clerk.
,,N A FRIEDMAN,
L-nev for I'laintiif.
ybold Hlo*., -Miami. Florida,
fti 3-10-17
EoTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
P NAME LAW
hri'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Endersigned, desiring to engage in
Ep-.s under the fictitious name of
1KK1NH PETERS at 780 Lincoln
Miami Beach, Florida, in:.-mis
tlil.T said name with the Clerk
C Cil ill Court of l>ade County,
LUELLA M. BECKER
Bole Owner
U/t-10-17
[notice by publication
fllK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LKVKN'I'I I JUDICIAL I'lltCCIT,
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
3RIDA, IN CHANCERY. No.
K >; FREITA8, Plaintiff, vs.
IZIKA A FRE1TAS, Defendant.
ai./.ika A. FREITAS, 155
lAvenue, San Leandro, California.
raulred to nerve a copy of your
I., the Bill of Complaint for
..ii plaintiff! attorney,
|ii|,11 SHAPIRO, '.'-7 Lincoln Road,
Bern h, Florida, and file the
bl in i "f the Clerk or
ll'miit "ii or before the 1 titri of
lini'.-r. i'"". otherwlae a Decree
gftnfegsii nill be entered against
Sol Khali be published once
J n r four consecutive weeks
I, .1. -u Florldlan.
I; 1 :. 1950.
K II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
ill I' .-'. al)
Bj WM, W. BTOCKINQ,
Duputy Clerk,
I--"
|0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|i lug to engage in
di i the fictitious ii.iin. of
CH PLUMBING CO (not Inc.) al
lit Si eel Miami Beach, Florida,
Id- i" n late i i name itii the
,of i Ii Cii'ii i of i lade
|y, Florida
Mil HARRY DENB1TZ
owner
BENJAMIN
*> fw Mi. Harry i lenblta
:; ii :i-io
BCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
|'l STY .11 I KJE'H i'i HUT. I IA] B
,_MV FLORIDA.No. 16791.
ll.sT a i: if
FA HKNSHAW
1.....1.
I by given that 1 have
1 .....t and petition for
- administratrix of
Jjsti id i ma Hensnaw, deceased;
i ih day of November.
ipplj to the Honorable
ountj Judge o( i 'ade
i ', for approval of Bald
ad ..... final discharge as
In of the Estate of Cora
ised.
"tli tlu of October, 1950.
ANNETTE HILL,
* "imini&tratrlx of the Batata
': ii. nshaw, deceased,
- HK1.MAN & KAPLAN
b i Administratrix
BTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
FJ is IllOREBY GIVEN that
rsigtied, desiring to engage In
.','- : i the fictitious name of
|al.l' PRINTING at 13 Collins
t' lleach, Fin., int..mis to
I name with the clerk of
"'"t Court of Had.- County,
II
Howard BUSHINSKY
PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
...... NAME LAW
'; < Hereby given that
. di -ii Ing to engage In
I fictitious name of
I il tin Seybold Bulld-
* ntendi to register
Clerk of the Circuit
" ''adi County, Florida.
I"*11^ & ARONOV1TZ
Applicant
11 :;
PTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L,,.,. NAME LAW
,.'; ij !4KRKU* arvEN that
l Blrlng to engage In
.', ..... rictltlous name of
B.SI I i.i; VALUE MARKET, al
[ ilh Avenue, .Miami. Dado
c|'- Intends to register
h he Clerk of the circuit
1 '"'" .....nty, Florida.
[tWBPH ROTTENBEKO
J'eph Rottcnbcrg

LEGAL NOTICE
,'l!;!',l!';.|>l.!.VMK,t' Plaintiff, vs.
Jl Lit s KRAMER, Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JULIUS KRAMER.
US West XHh Street.
Apartment No. 411 W,
New York, New York
YOl are hereby notified that n Bill
of t omplalnt for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
iliured to sim ve a copy of your AnSWI
of the Circuit Court on or before th.-
1.1 day to do so, judgment by default" will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Hill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12 day of October. A.D.
E. B, LBATHBRMAN, clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCK I Nil,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN?"'*' C'erk'
1023 Beybold Kidg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/20-27 1I/.1-I0
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictltlou name of
fNRALDA BOOKSTORE at 139 Gitalda
Ave., Coral Cables, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM T. REICH
Sole Owner
HAROLD TANNKN
Attorney for applicant
1009 Pan American Hldg.
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KARLIN CLEANERS at 105 15th
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
Ot the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAX CELBARD
ANNA OELBARD
MAN R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Beybold Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
10 13-20-27 11 ::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
LIBERTY CITY HAH at 1492 N.W.
62nd Stre.t. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
THAW'S INC.
a Florida .....poration
MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN
Attorneys for applicant
10/13-20-27 H/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LITTLE Diil.L HOUSE at 8789
B.W. 8th Btreet, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
curt of Dade County, Florida.
EDNA S. SWARTZ
MYRTLE A. VALENTOVIC
10/13-20-27 11/8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tlie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Roy's Bungalow at .'.77:i B.W. !th
Btreet, intends to register said name
with the i Mde County. Florida.
WHEELER L. HAMIL
Sole Owner
ELI BREGBR
Attorney for applicant
235 Lincoln Road
in 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Jackson Co. al Miami, Dade
Count v, Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dole County, Florida.
ARNOLD SELTZER
JACK FINKELSTEIN
Owners
10/8-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
tin. undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name Ol
Lynns al S7 N, B. 1st Street, intend to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
1''lor'"a" HAROLD MELTZER
WALTER FELTMAN
Owners
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys lor applicants
10/8-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Hobble Evans at Miami Reach, Dade
County. Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
B8TELLE R STEIN
PHILIP STEIN
owners
10/6-13-20-27
iS9fc^
HtjLIM COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE"
PHONE 9-3836
It N. K. Snd ST. MIAMI St. FLA.
ixt NR7ICE BY PUBLICATION
11-r i. '',"'' 'IIT COURT OF THE
!', i, n'J ,AI' CIRCUIT IN AND
i v ;XiV::,.r< NTY, FLORIDA.
eno v AN":I!V' N" KWM.
V-'Vo :V corNish, piamtirr, v^.
GEORGE FRANCIS CORNISH De-
fendant.
T'!...M,',' ''","'">-"'' Francis Cornish,
329 Beach. 184th Btreet
Belle Harbor, l^,nK island
.New York
jrOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
Serve a copy of ,.. Answer to the
Bin of i omplalnt in the above cause
ror Divorce, ,, the plaintiffs a:-
'o'lo.vs. and file ||. original In the
office ,,r the ci.rk of the circuit
1 ourt, on or before November 17. 1950,
otherwise said Hill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed by vou.
I'ai.d this 19 daj of October 19(0
E. i: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit i loutl
Dade County, Florida.
" In uit curt Seal)
By: WM. w. STOCKING,
MYERS. HEIMAN A K A PLa'n ^ "
Attorneys for Piaintirr
;"," Beybold Huiiding
Miami. Florida
10/20-27 11/3-10
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CENTURY hotel at no Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
Vi .'. Circuit court of Dade County,
Florida.
BAM COHEN anl
ANNA COHEN,
Equal Partners
ALAN KINO and
MANFRED .1. BERLINER,
Attorneys roi Bam Cohen and
Anna Cohen
10/13-20-27 11/8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JIHICIAL C1RCEIT
OF FUlRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
136II7H
JOSIP IVIN, Plaintiff, vs.
TOMHCA IVIN. Defendant.
TO: TOMECA IVIN,
Zara, Lukoran, Jugoslavia.
Y'ou are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 20 day of November.
A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed bv
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
16 day of October, 19ri0.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court S. ill
By WM w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
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 names of
1. Florida BEVERAOE JOURNAL
2 FLORIDA BEVERAGE fll'IDE
::. FLORIDA RESTAURANT \ND
BEVERAOE Cl'll >E
4. FLORIDA HOTEL RESTAURANT
AN1' BEVERAI IE cell IE
.".. FLORIDA HOTEL AND BEVER-
AGE GUIDE
C. FLORIDA BEER, WINE AND
LIQUOR .Ii ll'RNAL
at :',":; Alcazar Avenue, Coral Gables,
Florida, and intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SOUTHERN STATES BEVERAGE
.Ii IURNAL, INi'
HERBERT H. HUTNER
Attorney for SONTHERN STATES
REVERAOE JOURNAL, INC.
i" 8-1 :-:'ii--'T
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND For DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
134078.
FRED F. WERTHMAN, JR.. Plaintiff.
vs. MARGARET R. WERTHMAN,
l lefendant.
TO: MARGARET R. WERTHMAN,
:',1 Bennett Street
Southern pines. North Carolina
Vou are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complain! tor Divorce has been riled
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Rill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney and file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circull Court on or before Novem-
ber 2", 1950, otherwise the allegations
of the bin win be taken as confessed
bv you.
Dated this 16 day ..f October, 1',0.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the i Mrcult 'ourt.
(ClrCUlt Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney lor Plaintiff
718 Pan American Hank Hldg.
Miami 82, Florida
10 20-27 IL/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.....imk.- In
business under the fictitious name ..f
PINE BAR .v ORILLE nl 2655 N.W.
20th Street, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH I'VE IN
Bole i Iwner
PALLOT, SILVER, TATIIAM.
A III" i & Ml l.l.l iV
Attorneys tor Applicant
Congress Bldg.
I" 20-27 11 8-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
urn judicial circuit in and
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 135751.
FRANCIS JOHN BWOCHAK, Plain-
tiff, vs. FERN BWOCHAK, De-
fendant.
TO: PERN BWOCHAK
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that Bill
or Complaint for Divorce has been
riled against you, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer to the Kill or Complaint on
plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original Answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the day of November. 1950j
otherwise, the allegations of said Bill
will be taken as confessed against
' "Dated this I day of October, 1950.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit. Court.
(Circuit Court Beat)
By R. ii. RICE, .nt..
Deputy Clerk.
C.EORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plnintirf
120 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach. Florida
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business.under the fictitious name of
KIDDYLAND at BIOS North East 2nd
Avenue, .Miami, Dade County, Florida
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GEORGE PETER WELLS
undivided one-half Interest
OEORGE E. BERNSTEIN
,., ,. undivided one-half Interest.
ELRY stone
Attorney for Heorge Peter Wells
and f.eorge H. Bernstein
1010 Congress Building;
Miami, Fioria.
10/20-27 11/3-10
,v, Jt?J'CE BY PUBLICATION
IN [HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COINTV. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY', No. 135900.
JANET NABER, Plaintiff, vs.
STANLEY NABER, Defendant.
YOU, STANLEY NABER, 617 -13th
Street, Lnlon City, New Jersey, are
required to serve a copv of" vour
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
divorce on plaintiffs attorney, and
file the original In the office of the
iilerk of this Court on or before
November s, 19.-.0, otherwise a Decree
I'ro Confesso will be entered against
you.
Dated October 9. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
HAROLD SHAPIRO De"U,> C'Crk"
Plaintiff's Attorney
H27 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Floi Ida
I" 13-20-27 11/3
LEGAL NOTICE'
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN Cl lUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
Cl IUNTY, l"l.i 1:111.\ No ":;:;n
RE: ESTATE OF
SARAH BCHW ART/, SINITSK V als.,
known as SARAH SCHWARTZ
I '-ii a Bed.
NOTICE is hei.by given thai l have
filed my Hnal report and petition for
Final Discharge as administrator of
the estate of Sarah Schwarts Slnltsky
also known as Sarah Schwa its, de-
ceased; and that on the Mb day of
November, 1950, I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton. County
Judge of Dad.- county, Florida, for
approval of said filial report and for
final discharge as administrator of the
Estate of Sarah Schwarti Slnltsky
also known as Sarah Schwarti, De-
ceased.
Tins 3rd day of letobi r, 1950.
lei CHARLES 8IN1TSKY
NATHANSON, oka ,\: SPAET
330 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
By HAROLD B. SPAET
Attorneys tor Charles Slnltsky,
administrator
10 8-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in business
und.r the fictitious name of OPA
LOCKA GATEWAY INN, located al
1278 opa Locka Blvd., Opa Locka,
Dade County, Florida, and intends to
register the said fictitious name in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT L. HAMILTON
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the rictltlous name of
Pittsburgh Movers at 681 N. W. 60th
Btreet, Miami. Fla., intends to reg
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
PAUL BERLIN
Sol.- i iwner
I0/6-18-20r27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
Wendy Jam.s Co. al 57 N.E. 1st si.....t.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
HAROL11 MELTZER*
WALTER FELTMAN
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for applicants
10 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITII JUDICIAL CRCUIT IN AND
For DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 135959.
JESSIE a ash. Plaintiff, vs.
FRANKLIN M. ASH. Defendant.
TO: FRANKLIN M. ASH
7766 JIM DALY ROAD
TAYLOR CENTER, MICHIGAN
vor are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on Or before tile Kith day <>f
November, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce here-
tofore filed herein will be taken aa
'onfessed by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, on this
10 day of October. 1960.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of i "ir-iiit Court
Dade Counts. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M c FBIGE,
I icputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor.
NORMAN R. LYONS
!U I olymula Building
Miami. Florida.
1B/15-20-27 11/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARD1DOR APARTMENTS at 1350
Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
With the Clerk of the circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
SIDNEY EDELSTEIN and
,., SE.gECCA EDEI.STEIN. his wife
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Sidney Edelsteln and
Rebecca Edelsteln, his wife
10/13-20-27 11 ::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the rictltlous name of
BOMAR SERVICE at 549 Beybold
Building, Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Floi Ida.
BONITA BAER
li: Interest
MARJi IR1E PEPPERCORN
\i interest
KASS. FULLER \- CULBREATH
517-:,:.:: Beybold Building
Miami. Florida
10/13-20-27 11/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the rictltlous name of
THE CLIQUE BAR AND PACKAGE
STORE at 1252 Coral Way, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
alta FELD8TEIN
Sole Owner
SAMUEL J. RAND
Attorney tor Alta Feldstein
1007 Olympia Building
Miami, Florida
10/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Rob. it's Men's Shop at 1357 Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROBERT C.REENBERG
Sole Owner ,
EDWARD S. KLEIN
Attorney for applicant
605 Lincoln Road
M '6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circiit
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
135917.
ESTHER HYMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
DANIEL .1. HYMAN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'in DANIEI. J. HYMAN,
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you arc required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading t the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton a.
Friedman, 1023 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
it,.. Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or
before tile '.I (lav of N". .Velllber, 1950.
if you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
r.ll.f demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 9 day ,.f October, A.D.
I960.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
cir.-uit Court, Dade County, F'lorida,
(Circuit Couri Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at l-aw, lnj;i Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1" 1-20-27 11 :: __._______________
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN c, lUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
county. FLORIDA.No. 23530.
RE: ESTATE >F
EDITH WILLBTT SURKEIN,
I >. cased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Adminis-
trator '' T A. or the estate of EDITH
WILLETT SURKEIN, deceased: and
that "ii the 7th day of November,
1950, Will apply to the Honorable
W. F. BLANTON, County Judge ot
Dade County, Florida, tor approval of
said final report and tor final dls-
as Ancillary Administrator
C.T.A. "f the Estate of EDITH
WILLETT SURKEIN, dei eased.
This 29th day Of September, 1950.
THEODORE .1. SAKOWITZ
1" 6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fl.oRI I iA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
135717.
JUDITH GRl iVER, Plaintiff, vs.
HERBERT GRl IVER, I lefeadant.
SUIT For DIVi IRCB
TO: HERBERT ORi IVER
on Jerome Avenue
Bronx, New York
VoU arc hen bj notified that a BID
Of Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired i" serve a copy of vour Answer
or I'I.ading to the BUI of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's Attorneys, PALLOT.
SILVER, TATHAM A WAYNE. 1314
Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or I'I.-ailing
In the offl......f the Clerk of the
Circuit Curt on or before the 1st day
of November, 1950. if you fail to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill ot Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor tour consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan
DONE WD ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2ii .lay of September,
A.D. I960
i: u. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circull Court, Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit i 'in t Si I)
By w.M. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
PALLOT, SILVER,
TATHAM & WAYNE
1211 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plalntltr
10/6-13-20-27 .'


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