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The Jewish Floridian ( November 3, 1950 )

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lexwiislbJEIIiDiPidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY %  3 NUMBER 44 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS jn Dollar Loan Approved At Washington Conference latives of all major Ezations in the United onference also urged Iniunitics throughout to immediately iniliti 1 il. ition endorsing "as Practicable and fully [h< : iposals adopted Jerusalem to raise ZM>" which $ 500 000 -furnished by the NGTON, (JTA)—A call to American Jewry to supply qh the UJA with S50.00O.000 in 60 days to meet the Is of the country was issued here Sunday at the lion of the four-day National Planning Conference n d Jewish Rehabilitation attended by 1,200 leaders %  t housands of Jews from lands where their political and economic status is precarious and their right to live freely as Jews iimuiaicj "•I j s restricted or denied. The United Jewish Appeal 1 Jewish Appeal, commanding the K l. support of all American Jews, has endorsing "as' been, and must continue to be, acticable and fully I our most potent weapon in the iposals adopted ) rescue of hundreds of thousands Jerusalem to raise 1 of our people, their rehabilitation .. of which $500,000.I in many lands and the settlement i by the j of the vast majority in Israel. tor a three-year This conference therefore calls on ,i consolidation and I all American Jews to greatly inl : Israel's economy, | tensity their efforts on behalf ot McGill To Speak To Beach Zionists be made by the government of Israel to float a public loan in the United States as a means of obtaining funds for the financing of its constructive programs. "4. The progress which Israel has already registered in the development of its economic structure and the favorable conditions created by the government of Israel for private investment should be made the basis for increased efforts to encourage American investors to participate in the expansion of business enterprises j which can bring profitable re-' turns, and also serve as a vital factor in Israel's attainment of self-sufficiency. "We call for the mobilization of all forces of American Jewry and the support of the entire American nation on behalf of this proRalph McGill, noted editor, author and lecturer, will address the season's first open meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District on Thursday, November 9. at 8:15 p.m. in the banquet hall of Temple Beth Sholom, according to an announcement by Alex Van Straaten, president, and Seymour B. Liebman, program chairman. McGill's topic will be "Israel Today." McGill visited Europe in 1938 and left there convinced that the lou.-ly rael s economy, j tensiiv tneir enorih on uencm i v.... ........-..—-. ~ F adopted at the I the United Jewish Appeal so that, gram, inspired by the example of ,..... 11 i_ • %  ll.Wl. ik. Ihi] nn^nlo nf Israel llP f llppnlv 1 Edward M. M. h %  : : man of the Joint Committee, presided. ill n adopted by the jtes at session reads: jlieve that the Amerilich is seeking to forces of demo[very corner of the i to aid Israel as a native democratic : high moral infe therefore urge the I the United States lei ihruugh grants-ind through other forms its industrial and economic and support that have I ; by our governluither the cause of j 1 vei ywhere. ation has the hisII nity of completing btion of hundreds of Samuel, Lilienthal, Shirer To On Beach Center Forum Series Welles, Maurice jvid E. Lilienthal and Shiier —four of the f lecturers — were Irsday as the members there shall be made available the increased funds required for rescue, transportation, reception and the initial stages of settlement in Israel. "3. The funds available through the United Jewish Appeal can meet at most only basic relief and initial resettlement needs. Therefore, the conference calls upon the Jews of the United States to provide other resources to enable. Israel to realize its great opportunities for the complete absorption of the newcomers through the people of Israel itself. Deeplyaware of the magnitude of our responsibilities, we accept them with confidence." Kinq Gustav Mourned STOCKHOLM. (JTA) — The World Jewish Congress, in a ige of condolence to the family of King Gustav of Sweden, who died this week at the age of 92. emphasized the late monarch's "humanitarian sentiments." •eturned to see U-.= nation actually restored to life after 2.000 years. "It seemed to me. "wrote McGill in his recent book, "Israel Revisited." "that I had touched there on the frontier farms, in the small holder cooperatives and in the spirit of the people, the realness of the brotherhood of man." World-famed editor of the Atlanta Constitution, McGill's articles have been published and read throughout the United States and South America. He is an adviser to the State Department and as a lecturer, has appeared on the Town Hall radio program and the Chicago University Round Table of the Air. Rabbi Leon Kronish. member of the executive of the Southeastern Region. ZOA. will install the officers and directors of the district. Musical selections will be offered bv Pauline Fried, soprano, who will be accompanied at the piano by her husband. Herman Fried. Seymour B. Liebman stated I "This is the first of eight monthly meetings which will be tendered by the Beach District as a community service. There will be no solicitation of funds and all are invited." Burnett Roth, membership chairman of the district, will participate in the program by introducing all new members. In el : arrangements for the meeting is Leonard H. O. Members of the program commitinto fact" In 1946 he went to Is-I tee include Ben Zion Ginsburg rael. In the spring of 1950. he and Sydney J. Greenberg. McGill idea of a Jewish homeland was one which had to be translated agricultural development. With full confidence in Israel's capacity to achieve economic stability and self-sufficiency and to fulfill all obligations it will assume, we pledge our fullest cooperation for the success of any effort that will Four Jewish Leaders To Headline JDCUSNA Meet \ m The Jewish community of Greater Miami is preparing [ 0 J a {j^ fflLJTSS^WS qala welcome for four leaders of American Jewry, who will oe J£)C Souln Egst region are coquests here Saturday and Sunday. November 4 and 5, at the j cnairm en of the conference. i Hotel Sorrento, Miami Beach, where a conference will take pnter Forum Series of Alfred Stone, forum ties, sponsored by the ib of the Miami Beach enter, will be held at r. 1701 Washington Ave. Jens the series, which mue through April 1, on •y night, January 24. ';• Between the Worlds," d theme of the series. esented by the four men many points of view. n expert in Pan Amerifar Eastern affairs, and >e of the leading authorEuropean politics, are to augment Lilienthal's study of the giobal struggle. Samuel, outstanding Jewish writer, will deal with the position of Israel and world Jewry in the current international crisis. Welles, former Under Secretary of State, will discuss the major problems which must be solved to secure a durable peace. After having served for 10 years as Under Secretary of State, he returned to private life during which he has edited a column on foriegn affairs for the New York Herald Tribune syndicate. He has written several books credited with influencing American foriegn policy, including Foui Freedoms." "Where Are We Heading?" and "We Need Not Fail" Samuel, scheduled to talk Sunday, February 18. is the author of "You Gentiles" and "The Great Hatred." He is also widely known as the translator of the great Jewish writers. Chaim Nachman Bialik, Sholem Asch.and others. Lilienthal. who will speak Wednesday, March 14, is the former chairman of the United States Atomic Energy commission and has been a controversial political figure for more than two year*. A f chairman of the commission for three years from 194. until 1950, Lilienthal carried one of the greatest burdens of admims trative responsibility in tne Thlrlr. who will close out the series Sunday, April 1, is s H best known as the author of BerUn Diary," but he has a large follow ing for his weekly Mutual Broadcasting System news aries. Shirer returned from Eumne late this summer, marking he took part in the 1948 air tm operation. Hotel Sorrento, Miami oeuui, -* t —-—- %  ----— place under the combined auspices of the United Service for JJ <^ Ambassador New Americans and the Joint Jewish Federation of New Or„_ x m „ 1~-~„ leans; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, member of the national board of Returns To Israel NEW YORK, (JTA)—Ambasthe United Service for New sador James G. McDonald sailed Americans; Harold Kramer, ex| this week from the United States ecutive director of the Jewish Vocational Service; and Ben Stark, executive director of the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council. Th Sunday afternoon sessions will be featured by talks by Dr to Israel after spending about two months in Washington conferring with the State Department on various problems concerning American-Israel relations. When he first arrived in the U. S. for his current visit it was reported, that the Ambassador was reDistribution Committee. The quartet of distinguished visitors includes Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, director general of the Joint Distribution Committee, Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, Arthur Greenleigh, executive director of the United Service for New Americans, and Edwin Rosenberg honorary president of the United Service for New Americans. Leavitt, who will be keynote speaker at the Saturday evening dinner session, has just returned from a two months overseas trip „ u during which he visited and in; a r?>" i on making his first visit to IsraeL spected JDC installations over, at this -essum ^ Mp R nberg inte nds to remain seas and in Israel and participated 19 J 0 a £ B m 5 ne dJewish Appeal ot I in Israel several weeks to study with more than 40 other prom.'H he Greater Miami Jewish Fedcond itions there. nent American Jewish leaders in l J a conference with Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion. Another speaker at the Satur, day night session will be Rosenberg, former president of the United Service for New Americans who will give the story of that organization's resettlement operations. A workshop session will be held Sunday morning. This will cover resettlement problems, including will De leaiureu uy '> J T sienine Ben Gurion Selects 13-Man Cabinet TFRIISALEM (JTA)—David Ben Gurion Monday announced to the Israel Parliament the formation of a 13-man Cabinet following he reaching of an agreement between the Israel Labor Party. Mapai and the Religious Bloc. The Knesset was scheduled to vote on the "^Meanwl^jIckGering. a non-party member and prominent South African financial expert, agreed to join the Cabinet following a conference with leaders of the Mapai who pledged that reservaresettlement problems, menu...* w h h had conce rning his prerogatives as Minister of trade migration, housing, employment """j^^,.,. would be settled after he joins the government, wd social adjustment Part.c.-; and nidusuy % o ^ Mapai d the Religious Bloc "nts in this session will include Albert Comanor formerly assistant executive director of the United Service for New Amei cans and recently named executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami, Max C. Gettinger, director of budgeting and community planning of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Nathaniel W. Bronstein. executive director of the family servicedivision of the A ioint statement issueu u; n= *-*•• -•— — _. ..„; %  S iid that they agreed to support the coalition government until January l£ when elections will be held. The agreement was abo sianed bv Dr Pinhas Rosen, leader of the Progressive Party, who has acted as mediator between the two parties. The agreement is considered by Observers here as a victory for Psermer Ben Gurion The joint statement said that the parties had agreed, to maintain the status quo in religious practices; to proclaim freedom of lain me 3iaiu;._ H „ _i„ „. tv, tho atrrppment of the f tain the status quo in ICUJIUUI |*..v...—, -> J conscience; to import,kosher meat .only with.the a f reement o the S^^MaFi^ttTlWiSlou. Wm. In the event of disagreement the matter would be decided by the full Cabinet. The Mizrachi reversed the position which it took and promised to vote for the new' Cabinet.



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PAGE 2 A %  Htmistncridiar i I: r i ll "How Jewish Should A Jewish Home Be?" Panel Topic At Academy Women Meeting "How Jewish Should a Jewish mother's report. Mrs. Jack Katz. Home Be?" will be the topic of chairman of the weekly Oneg discussion by a group of experts Shabbat celebration for children at a "Town Hall Tonite" meeting I between the age of seven and sponsored by the Hebrew Aca' thirteen will talk on her activities. demy Women. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. publicity chairman has announced. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Moses Mescheloff, Gladys Schifrin. Paul Plotkin. Lewis Escott. The meeting, originally schedNathan Benenfeld Harry Faber. uled for October 17. will take Harry Katz. Gertrude Yesner and place in the school auditorium on %  Melvi n Pazol. lay, November 7, at 8 p.m. Participants in the panel will B'nai B'rith Will be Mis. Irving Lehrman. com__ n l r\ mun:ty leader: Rabbi Alexander Honor l>erle Un S. Gross, principal and dircdor n.j: ft D pnn J pn „f of the academy: Macy Kn.nsberg. ] tvdaiO DrOdUldSl prominent lay leader from International president of B'nai Charleston. S. C: and Abraham I B'rith. Frank Goldman, will be Boxerman. director of adult acI heard with Comedian Milton of Jewish Centers Asso-i Berle on a nation wide radio n of Greater Miami. Mrs. I broadcast over NBC on Sunday. Alfred Stone, program chairman. November 5. at 11:30 p.m. to 12 will moderator. midnight (EST). it is announced Mrs. L iuis Makovsky will preby C. R. Jacobson. director of the side over a short business session j B'nai B nth Council here and a report will be given by Mrs. I Local outlet for the program Samuel Cohen, chairman of the will be station WIOD and the pictorial journal project. Mrs. program will be heard by all Alexander Kogan will give a room B'nai B'rith Lodges as part of the current membership campaign. A dramatization entitled. "A Family Affair" will be presented, depicting the varied es and programs of B'nai B'rith. Milton Berle will receive a Meyers To Attend Meet Benjamin Meyers. Miami com%  munal leader, will attend the [ fifth annual national council meeting of the Joint Defense Ap%  peal opening Friday. November 1 10. in Cincinnati. Ohio. The three-day parley, which will continue through Sunday. November 12. at the Hotel Netherland-Plaza. will be the largest assembly of the year dei voted to the problem of fighting anti-Semit.srr and promoting better community and humar relations. Miami Watchmaker Winner Of Awards A Miami watchmaker. 66-y< : ; Bernard K once one of Eui •;>••'.most famous watchcitation from International Presie than 40 • % % %  rs dent Frank Goldman for his zes in : .' %  : le 1 ej One 60th year : ; F %  .! '. P F D. 1 achievements in civic and interfaith work in the pas; year. Gables Zionists Re-Elect Lyons Norman R. Lyons, Miami attorney, was re-elected president of the Coral Gables Zionist District. Lyons is also a member of the administrative committee of the Southeastern Region Zionist Organization and a member of the board, of the Florida District i Zionist Organization. He is also heard twice weekly over radio | station WTTT as a news comi mentator in the feature "Jewish News and Views Around the World." Other officers include vice presidents. Rabbi Morris Skop, Oscar Lelchuk and Morris Simon: corresponding secretary. Mrs. i Morris Simon; financial secretary,! Meyer Fine: recording secretary, Sheldon Lelchuk; and treasurer, Manuel C. Barkin. Kaplan Unveiling The unveiling 0 f \ to the memory of\hJ> Rhea Kaplan. da ugh £j* ^s. Max Sch^^f Place Sunday, Nov ember P.m. at Mt. Nebn r„ 5 M Rabbi Murray 1 ^ rj^J %  %  "* another son Burton; a daughj* 1 Lenore Schwartz, of Miw s-ster, Mrs. Leonora Hy. Martin M.M ney and Larry, all f V Friends and relative,?** to attend. 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With him is one of the youngest members of B'nai B'rith's family Sam Slonin. 16, a member of Wilner Chapter of AZA in the nation's capital. taste ROKEACH CONDENSED **to VEGETARIAN • DELICIOUS S. 0


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A y, wnVEMBER 3. 1950 +Jmlsti n*rHirr PAGE 3 A \fll Say... %  %  Saf ad: A Heritage Of Mysticism hndenntf nbles l quc scene into the labyrinth that is old Safad, int0 artists sitting at easels painting the [stumble l,u ~ h y'gun has "baked the "white stone i yellow brown. There are no trees. P* nt 0 nneara unbelievably old. You wonder r^thing fPPr'tiong walked the serpentine lanes }' m: '"i .To -in'd down the Holy City. Excepting ff m i 1 ue in Israel offers the artist greater isalem" .. stood during Roman times. In irall n 'i cemetery, the caretaker points out the %  jyg,. Prophet Hosea. Li. ir.tit Century "^however, not until the 16th_century that „"!!! the apex of its fame. Then Solomon K'iK* wrote Lecha Dodi of the Friday Eve —ika among the great religious poems Here Jacob Berav attempted and ber, | an > I "in" reconvening the ancient Sanfco t cull Caro codified all Jewish Law and "/it into the Shulchaq Amen. Salamo Molcho, l'u g f %  Portugal and Christianity, absorbed sufF. rThalistic lore to set out upon a Messianic which landed him upon the burning stake. Pordovero harmonized and fashioned the i. into a system and a philosophy. The An In? seems to have unlocked the secrets of nature TSHIEW Cabalistic words and phrases with l£dou> results. Joseph de la Riana, weary of the wait applied his Cabalistic powers to hasten rooming of the Messiah. He fell into sin and teited his soul to the demon Samael. Ciiisfi Exiles this rich store of history, legend and creative fck'na resulted from the arrival of refugees, who Ce in 1492 exiled from Spain. The more worldly lowed the trade routes and settled in Rome, Venice, Cairo, Salonica, Constantinople. But the pure in heart sought the reason for their chastisement. They discovered refuge and consolation in mystical study. In Messianism they found hope and the will to carry on. The unworldly, the scholarly, the saintly made Safad a citadel of piety, of Talmudic and Cabalistic concentration. In the almost all Jewish city of about 7000 souls, they spent a minimum effort in practical pursuits. Their fullest energies were consumed in prayer, in study, in esoteric speculation. A Spiritual Capital The tidings of a new capital for Judaism spread throughout the Galut. By tacit consent, primacy was accorded to the sages of Safad. Their decisions were sought and accepted as the highest Rabbinical authority. The Lecha Dodi was given a prominent place in the Sabbath ritual, not only by reason of its excellence, but also because of its place of origin. The Shulchan Auruch set out immediately upon its triumphal course. Until this day it holds a preeminent place as authority on Jewish law, parallel with Miamonides and the Talmud. Its Aftermath The pietistic past could not but leave its indelible mark. Radio and electricity cannot obliterate the autere atmosphere that haunts the somber place. Thirty-two synagogues are the visible heritage of the mystical era. Patiarchs with flowing beards and cork screw side curls attest to the presence of Chassidism, which followed in the wake of Cabalism. Modernism has not yet dissolved the austerity, the odor of sanctity, the medieval twilight that permeate the Jewish quarter. It is but natural for folklore to flourish in such fertile soil. The amazing events of the Arab-Jewish war have already given rise to a cluster of legends. By HARRY SIMONHOFF The sudden flight of the Moslem population for no apparent reason has been explained along rational lines. Yet the interpretation has phenominal overtones and is tinged with hints of divine intervention. The Siege About 12000 Arabs lived in Safad. The Jewish population of scarcely 2000 was largely of the traditional ghetto type. Mohammedans and Christians inhabited the surrounding villages. A garrison of 4000 troops, chiefly foreign Arabs, held the city and the heights that command Safad. which itself spreads over several tall hills. Their military position seemed impregnable. Against such intrenched forces a Jewish company of 280 setout to storm the city. Several times thev were repulsed. The situation appeared hopeless for the Haganah within the Jewish quarter. The Flight Suddenly the Arab troops, the Arab population, the Arab villagers made a bee-line for the Syrian and Lebanese borders. What caused them to forsake their homes and their possessions is considered in Safad a miracle. They say the Haganah within Safad radioed their besieging pals that their condition was desperate. The Palmach commander replied with a A.B. (in Hebrew the code letters for atn brariah, meaning you have no recourse), which the listening Arabs interpreted as the Atom Bomb. Shortly thereafter, a heavy downpour drenched the city. A Moslem school teacher declared he had read that the atomic explosion is preceded by a heavy rain. The entire Arab population became terror stricken and fled. The explanation sounds reasonable enough. Yet the timely combination of physical elements which psychological terror has a vague supernatural twist, the peculiar touch of holy Safad. The resulting miracle is that the overwhelming Arab settlement of the Safad area has become exclusively Jewish. and Phi Inter Youth To Elect Leaders Lorris Levitt, AZA 322 feanne Nelson, BZB and Ima Tau. have been nominated the presidency of the Miami Irish Community Center Youth %  uncil. Elections will be held [Monday. November 6, at 8 p.m. |the center. Other candidates for office inde Lila Pearl, Suzanne Nelson | Burton Weiss, vice president; W Frank, June Moser, Myra las. Joanne Hablow and Eileen turner, corresponding secre[r June Moser, Sandra Dubbin, %  a'Pearl, Eileen Schumer and line Frank, recording secretary; Da Pearl. Barbara Gardner, Don Mn, Flora Seltman, Eileen burner and Al Zatman, treasur! and Joanne Hablow, Sandra Ibbin, Barbara Gardner, Lila |arl. Suzanne Nelson, Eileen humer. Al Zatman and Bruce Ix. serjeant-at-arms. Hadassah Group To Hold Membership Tea A membership tea will be given by the Miami Beach Business and Professional Group of Hadassah, on Sunday, November 5, at the Miami Community Jewish Center. In charge of the affair is Mrs. Peter Brod, membership chairman, who is being assisted by Edythe Bernstein, program; Maralene Lurie, refreshments; Fay Paul, publicity. Mrs. Alexander Kogan will speak on "Hadassah Women Share in Making Jewish History." The Israeli movie, "House in the Desert," will be shown. ew Girls' Unit Formed Th-.' Miami Jewish Community Inter Youth Council announces • addition of Phi Sigma Tau. a jen-ase girls club, to its mem|rship. The club meets regularly Wednesday evening at the iter, Officers include Shirley Rosenum. pri sident; J.ianne Hablow, Be president; Sandra Dubbin, brel and Suzanne Nelson* Beth El PTA Meets Season's first meeting of the Beth El PTA was held Wednesday evening at the Beth El Center. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Herman Cantor, president, and the gathering was greeted by Sidney H. Palmer, congregation president. Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, spoke on "The School and the Home, the Two Vital Factors in Jewish Education." Rabbi Murray Grauer, spiritual leader of Beth El, reported on progress of the school and plans for the coming semester. Joe Zalis, chairman of the board of education, presented the financial report. The newspaper has been called the common man's university. Bonds For Beds Campaign Goes Into High Gear • An intensive campaign to get out at least 50 per cent plus one of the Dade County freeholders to vote was reaching high gear this week in the Bonds for Beds drive at Jackson Memorial Hospital, as the November 7 election approached. For the bond issue to be sue. cessful, approximately 70,001 freeholders must vote and a majority j of those voting must favor the bonds to provide $6,000,000 for expansion of Jackson Memorial's bed facilities. The county's public school children also have been mustered into service to see that their parents and neighbors, who are freeholders, take the time to go t polls. A countv-wide organization has been formed to provide transportation to the polls and even baby sitters for the convenience of the voters. Anyone needing transportation, who resides north aster should occur, it would result I teriological or other as yet undisin a real catastrophe, and the I closed methods of modern warpossibility of an enemy attack j fare, would bring about mdescribwith casualties from atomic, bacI able chaos, authorities disclosed. \% mm Coolingrefreshing -nourishing! Fancy imported herring t.db.ts bathed in fresh, heavy cream. Ready to eat right out of the jar. At better grocers everywhere. of South Miami, may obtain this service by telephoning "Bonds for Beds at Jackson" headquarters, 2-2205 or 2-2209. The educational campaign has been waged around the urgency of the need for additional beds at J ackson. If an epidemic or disIsaiah Women To Meet A meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah is scheduled for Monday, November 6, at 1:30 p.m. at the Shore Club Hotel, it has been announced by Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, president. Included on the program will be piano selections by Mrs Alva Grafflin and an original skit depicting the work of the organization. Participants in the latter will include the Mesdames M. J. Jacobi, Emanuel Seman, Arthur Kaplan, George Schor Theresa Lippman, Saul Schreiber, Clara Mae Van Ness. B. Tupler Alvin War-en, Maurice Lencer. Herbert Gutman, Emile Baum and Schonfeld. William Penn fostered freedom of the press in Philadelphia. |j" r 'buted Exclusively by Breakstone BrosInc., 153 N.E. 29th St., SHOP and SAVE Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated Abe Chiel's Q UALITY Kosher Food Center 1961 S.W. 8th Street TELEPHONE 82-5001 %u Save %2 ** DRY WOOD Termite Control ORKIN NYLON TINT PROCtSi Guaranteed tor 5 Years fe 4.. %*+ ^*\*t£!S £!3hJam 2-1776 509 N. 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PAGE 4 A fJewistncrkHar Z^li^OVEMBEH !': • EDITORIAL Hook Month Jewish Bcok Month, which has enriched Jewish community life for nearly a decade, will be observed this year throughout the nation from November 3 to December 3. Its advent is rich cause for jubilation. Under the leadership of the Jewish Book Council c: America—which is sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board—the month has continued to flourish and gain widest acceptance. Close to 2000 Jewish organizations in "500 communities across the country will sponsor exhibits, lectures, forums, symposia, plays, book fairs, radio and television programs. Many of these events will be ccmmunity-wide in character. Young and old, youth and adults, even toddlers in nursery schools will be part of the celebration. Overseas, Jewish Book Month will be observed in-South America, South Africa, Australia, Canada end England. There is nothing sectarian or stuffy about the observance of Jewish Book Month. It is not a srhclar's month it belongs to the masses of Jews down to the grass roots of America. It will be observed by Jewish Community Cer.'ers synagogues, schools, Hillel Foundations, youth councils end Zionist groups. In many instences we Community Centers, syncgegues and schools working together on programs. In large numbers of veterans' hospitals :-ry posts Jewish chaplains and JWB armed services workers have scheduled events. Jewish Book Month affords an opportunity for inventory of the Jewish literary treasures in contemporary life at the disposal of each of us. TO BE ACTED UPON— At the same time, the Jewish Book Council of America—an alliance of the literary interest of the Jewish community—bids us turn our thoughts to the greatest of all books, the Bible, along with the classics of the past. It bids us get renewed joy, edification and inspiration. it Ihx'.sn'l Add 1p The recent report that the National Co of Christians and Jews was sponsoring *"* faith program over a Los Anqeles rad""* whose owner has been accused of Zt*" 6 ordering his broadcasters to doctor newsT* anti-Semitic lines is, to say the least n k ^ fusing. & It is true we aren't familiar with all the d 1 of the case against G. A. Richards, owner ahJ station. But we do know that the American I Congress and other responsible organi^ti have made the issue a public one, to the en J asking the Federal Communications Commit 1 to revoke Richards' license. We also kncwil!! Richards is currently on trial before a Fed*3i board. This does not of course mean that [T guilty. No man under our system of law. deemed guilty before he is convicted by a J! of his peers, and we must assume that Richari is innocent until proven otherwise. However then is an adage where there is smoke there is fire in| there has been so much smoke around Richj I that we cannot help feeling that somewhere Si is fire. Under these circumstances we feel that fa National Conference of Christians and Jews erred in using Richards' radio station facilities evenb co noble a purpose as disseminating inter-faJH propaganda. Unless, of course the sponsors wen motivated by the ancient Jewish saying that the "pig is tref but his bristle is kosher." Centei To Set Up Teen-Age Lounge F • • • In th history \ [ the Mian J .'ish Coi Cenl the 1 nli partment %  •• its v. n >m anr. -•Spoi lenter' Y Youi iom [ and I unge is I "in:: placed in Rooi and plans pr vide for j and i pic%  %  %  %  %  • ai State Legislators To Address Lodge The Hon. B. Elliott, speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, will headline the meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Tuesday. November 7. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El. Sharing the spotlight with him will be State Senator R. B. Gautier and Representatives ge Okell. Robert L. Floyd •ante Fascell. The legislators will discuss "The 1951 State Legre." Jacobson's Paintings Shown In Gables Five oil paintings by the local artist. Charles R. Jacobson. will be exhibited in Coral Gables this week as part of that city's observance of National Art Week. The display is sponsored by the Coral Gables Artists Club, of which Jacobson is a member. He exhibited in three one-man shows here during the past year, featuring abstractions and "non-objective" studies. Pictures will be shown in. the following merchants' windows: Flagler-Granada Unit To Meet Women's Activities Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center is holding weekly meetings at the center. 50 N.W. 51st Place, on Tuesdays at Lincoln Radio Shop. 62 Miracle Mile: Sherry's Shoes. 2336 Ponce de Leon Blvd.: Brady's Camera Shop. 2209 Ponce de Leon Blvd.: Sample Shoes. 2302 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. and Redell's Furniture. 1822 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 12 p.m., according to U %  I Clein. chairman. Members se I asked to bring sewing material 'as the afternoons will be devotf [to making articles for a bazaar to i be held during the winter season, I Mrs. Clein said. Instructions aa| j materials for the articles to be made will be given out. Mrs. 41 i Altman. chairman of the sewiaj group is being assisted by Mai i Sadie Kalb and Mrs. Henna | | Feldman. Mrs. Al Kowalsky, membership! chairman announces that a mera-l I bership drive will be lutnefl immediately. 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NOVEMBER 3. 1950 Volume 23 Number 44 HESHVAN 23. 5711 These photos depict how Jewish Community Centers, Jewish schools, synagogues and other community agencies as well as public libraries, the armed forces and educational institutions utilize exhibits, seminars, authors' teas, library citations and other techniques in the widespread observance of Jewish P*jB which will be celebrated this year from November 3 to D" J under the auspices of the Jewish Book Council ot %  *por sored by the National Jewish Welfare Board.



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L n y MOVEMBER 3, 1950 +Jewist) Fhridtian PAGE 5 A Hooded Hoodlums, Jerks" Make Big Pitch For Respectability n_iri!!IC annMn\/IT7 ....——„i T :.._ r\,ti i i M .k~-i -;t kualaa ; rir_ Two iuhir-h i unrliT the clraKurir By LOUIS ARONOVITZ News EdUor, The Jewish Floridian ,, ,u*itancc o/ Florida Regional 0//ice of Anti-Dejamtion [(>"' League) tina 'he anti-Communist drum with a fervor calculated h ure its record oi terrorism, intimidation and basic unionism, the Ku Klux Klan continues to spread its hatred With this booming anti-Communist tatoo, the notorious eted order { %  £'*£ %  £ all-out religious ^ or p i accs o( origin bases. The Klan promises to win its fight against more than 11,000 pro-Communist organizations in the United States." fcort to give itself a clean bill of 8, and gain public favor. ust how far these nightnders g m, W i n friends (and £ e people) is demonstrated Ke high-sounding-but ent.reJSue-statemcnt of policy isLd| bv Klan leaders foUowing a Eft merger meeting in January [fi year. "The Klan will contue to be against hate orgamza[!,•' the leaders announced, Losing all groups advocating Ifcd toward any persons for The unwary or perenially naive may be taken in by such a statement. Bui a little reflection reveals that it's as phony as a three-dollar bill. Yes, this is the alleged credo of the same hooded society which paraded through the streets of Jacksonville and Orlando this -summer—and Live Oak less than a month ago—igniting its flaming j crosses and virulently attacking Jews, Negroes, the foreign-born, the Anti-Defamation League of B'r.ai B'rlth, the Federal Council of Churches of America and the World Federalists. This is the purported doctrine of a group which is as unAmerican as the very Communism it is so vigorously attempting to stamp out, a group whose name has become synonymous with ignorance, bigotry and brutality, a group whose mere initials evoke pictures oi violent hate and fear. There are in Florida two factions of the Klan, as citizens i of the state discovered this past August, when two highly incensed individuals, both claiming the dubious distinction of grand dragon of the Klan, glowered at each other at a An Invitation To a Ku Klux Klan Pow-Wow K .K.K. News Krx wa spending Wrlf'Vre Money fco pyonot-e B rne'e of ILLKGITIMVJ.X Children???"; Bfl U Live Onk, Il, t. 14tfc. 7S8C i-.v. Court House &quoxe< Let people kr.oi* Ti.tlTH.. SEE INSIKs. /-JiKT 5 '-n fe P Negro-school-site hearing in Orlando. This tableau — two grand dragons, in the manner of the; dreaded scaly reptiles of old, snorting fire at one another — | generally reflects the Klan picture wherever the robed unit exists. | Until the death of Dr. Samuel Green of Atlanta, imperial wizard,! the hate group was reasonably stable. Since his demise, however, there has been a long series of shifting allegiances, factional squabbles and internal chaos, with others clamoring for his former seat. As Spencer R. McCullough, roving reporter for the St. Louis Post Dispatch, points out, some Klan organizers, lured by alleged fat commissions on initiation fees, have traveled from one camp to the other. As a consequence, attempts at mergers were generally unsuccessful and the war was on in earnest. "The sheeted warfare," McCullough .writes, "is marked by membership raids. It is punctuated with cries of 'traitor,' other recriminations and accusationof double-crossing under the flaming cross." Dr. Green's coveted post fii ally went to Samuel Roper of At] who now contends that his i I "only bona fide Ku Klux K with the "original copyrighted ritual." This "bona fide" group is ki own as the As sociation of Georgia Klan more militant group, which I [rom Ropei : ed i Colun under 1 title ol Original Soutl i m Kb n. The Floi id i schis spring of these two Kli n can; eti H iated with Roper's unit is the Ku Klux Klan ol Florida, Inc., which is under the dragonn ship of W. H. Brough, who lives in Wildwo'od, long a hotb Klan activities. A former honorary colonel on Gov. Fuller Warren's staff, tiie Seaboard Air Line employee was recently ask to resign from this post because of his membership—nay. leadership —in a group which the governor has himself dubbed 'hooded hoodlums and jerks" and "COV< red cowards." Described by Freda Avant of the Miami Herald, who covered the Orlando meeting, as a man given to prim pursing of the lips, as if he were a sc'noolmarm Hearing reports on the obstetrical shenanigans of Ingrid Bergman and Rita Hayworth, Brough is a (Continued on Page 8 A) FLORIDA ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS 4315 East 11th Ave. Hialeah Office Phone: 88-5921 Residence Phone: 7-1032 A. N. GALLENT Denr Official: The KO KLUX SLiN hns et*rte a att-ite wideepeaking campaign g*lnat "OoamunlstlQ and fellow trn veler Etate Groupea.. &one being "The lati-DefflBfttlon League""N.V.^.C.P. ,, "Th Fe&erca, Counoil of Cburohes'" Wo:rld eeerellat" ?C.I.q.Fr*o, n& many others. &f One of the roirfceneet board* in the &trtte of florid* ia the Welfare oet up.Whioh 1 cmuslng our old people untold hnrdihipe • to .get Basely few dollars pension,.While 5a are talcing the Welfare raorey and promoting a//• • c' Ilvafii'tliaMte ftre of white


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PAGE 6 A +Jm1si>ncrlcfi!*r?_ iSSiiSVEMBBj, IS Dade Conference of Jewish Women's Groups To Conduct Program Workshop An unusual program experience The luncheon session will highis in store for member groups of jjght the use of specific skills the Dade County Conference of 1& trained specialists showing Jewish Women s Organizations, „„. with the presentation of an allhow music, drama, arts and crafts, day program workshop for presican be used in membership meetdents, program committee chairings to make them both entermen and members, at the Sortaining and instructive, rento Hotel on Thursday, NovemTable displavs consisting of ber 9, beginning at 10 a.m., acpro g ra m materials, Jewish books cording to Mrs. Louis Glasser, highlighting Jewish Book Month, president. etc W JH be available for this Leading this workshop will be purpose. The luncheon will be Miss Miriam Ephraim, program followed by an informal session director for the National Jewish at which Miss Ephraim will be Welfare Board, one of the nation's at the service of the participants foremost authorities on profor personal consultation on programming. Theme for her talk, gram problems, scheduled to open the seminar. This program is one of the will be "What a Dynamic Promanv projects being initiated by gram Can Mean to the Life of t h e "program service committee, Your Organization." of w hich Mrs. Lehrman is chairChairman of the workshop is man, in order to be of service to Mrs. Irving Lehrman. who will member groups of the Conference introduce three discussants on the of Jewish Women's Organizations, main subject of the day. These Other activities on which this discussants will consider: (1) committee is now working is the How to create greater interest in organization of a program rethe life of the organization: U) source file and a program conthe development of a live prosultant service which is being gram: (3) a healthier community offered in cooperation with the —and a growing organization. Jewish Centers Association. Personally Speaking Home aftei an extended motor trip which took them to Detroit, Mich., Youngstown, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pa., Washington, D. C, and New York City are Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund W. Schermer. While in Detroit, their former home, Mrs. Schermer celebrated her birthday with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein and daughter, Abby, of Miami Beach, have moved to 1231 S.W. 12th Court, Miami. + Dr. Maurice Rose left for Cleveland Wednesday to become a fellow at the International College of Surgeons. Dr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Moss, 2101 S.W. 33rd Ave., announce the birth of a daughter, Feme Lois, on October 21 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 755 Alton Road, Miami Beach, have returned frcm an extended trip abroad. Included in their itinerary were Switzerland, France, Italy, Israel and Belgium, where they adopted a thirteen-year-old daughter, Juliet. The trip marked the Schachnos' twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. After a five-month tour of Europe and Israel, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer, 210 East di Lido Drive, Miami Beach, are home again. They advise anyone with relatives or friends abroad to send food parcels to them. Announcing the birth of a son are Mr. and Mrs. George Mehlman cf West Palm Beach. Mrs. Mehlman is the former Miriam Ezzes of Jacksonville. Visiting her children in New York is Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397 North Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Before returning here, she will also be the guest of her children in Nashville. Gloria Harriet Cohen, S. Ronald Pallot Exchange Vows At Honey Plaza Hotel Miss Gloria Harriet Cohen became the bride of S. Ronald Pallot Sunday afternoon at the Ronev Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman read the service. The bride is the daughter of Sam Cohen of New Castle. Pa and Mrs. Rose Reisner. 31 Uest Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot, 50.0 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore blush pink lace over satin with full cathedral train. Her fingertip length veil of blush pink illusion fell from a coronet of matching lace and seed pearls. She carried white orchids and pale pink stephanotis atop a prayer book. Miss Florence Basset was maid of honor for her cousin. The bride's other attendants were Miss Barbara Pallot. sister of the bridegroom. Mrs. Norton S. Pallot, Miss Barbara Frumkes. Mrs. Richard Rubin. Miss Jackie Rosen. All wore gowns with gun metal lace bodices and full satin skirts and carried pink carnations. Norton S. Pallot was his brother's best man. Seating guests were Marshall Stein, Zane Alpert and Stewart Jacobs. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Reisner chose a gown of champagne lace with a white orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore irridescent blue with purple orchid. A family dinner at the hotel followed the ceremony. Mrs s Ronald Pa u ot The newly weds are honeymooning in New Orleans and University of Miami. At the uniupon their return will reside at versity s h e was a member of 2031 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. _n— m,; *,, !" ,.;t,ww* For the trip the former Miss Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, Who s Cohen wore a grey suit with Who in American Colleges and burgundy trim and navy accesLead and Ink. sories. She carried an irridescent jj r p a iiot attended the Unibeaded bag made by the brideversity of Florida and graduated groom's mother. f rom the University of Miami. He The bride is a graduate of Miis past president of Pi Lambda ami Beach High School and the Phi fraternity. Marriage Announced j Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dewey! Sunshine announce the marriage | of their daughter. Leatrice Rosa! lie, to Fredric Richard Rosen. The ceremony was performed in the study of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff at Beth Jacob Congregation in the presence of the immediate families. The newlvweds are at home at, 251 S.W. 18th Ct. ip The betrothal of Mu, Solomon lo Charles L. man, son of Mrs. Lena CooL of St. Petersburg, and 2 [ Jacob Cooperman, has btq, nounced by her parents, 9 Mn. Leo Solomon, l$oi Drive, Miami Beach. GUILFORDS POULTRY C0,| 101 N.W. 8th St., Mian | LOWEST PRICES ON POULTRY! Shochet on Premise Wednesday & Thursday! 8 A. M. to 12 Noon PHONE 2-7808 & 9-19311 r~ % &f&f&f&f < f STAR PASTRY SHOP THERE'S NO HALFWAY QUALITY IN TUNA! Nurses Aide Class Will Open At Variety Hospital Variety Children's Hospital will open its initial class of instructions for nurses aides on Monday, November 13, in the nursing department in the hospital. Day and night classes will run concurrently. Those interested are requested to make application in person at the hospital from November 6 through 10. between 1 and 3 p.m. and on Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Classes will be directed by the American Red Cross, specifically for Variety Children's Hospital, departments outside of the polio department. .Lots of husbands can give their wives this valuable "tip"! Their mothers bad the same experience, learned, the bard way, that tuna is either delicate, tender, and delicious... or if isn't! Next time, she'll insist upon *8ITE SIZE* TUNA and the dish that was such a di* mal failure will be a glorious success! May We Suggest Ml iVyner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddings, Bar Mitzvaht, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 See one oi the finest pastry shops in the South ... this unique shop features a glass-enclosed bakery open to the view of the public in order that you may j watch every operation. 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rBTDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1950 f cHiiti IhrHkir PAGE 7 A Bride's Parents Give Joel Vogels New Home As Wedding Present Upon their return from a wedding trip through Florida and &f he Carolinas. Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel will live in their new r o e me at 402 N.W. 23rd Ave., a g.ft of the bride's parents. The couple exchanged V0W s Sunday at the Phyllis KaPP Studio, Coral Gables. Rabbi Max Shapiro read the double-ring service. The bride is the former Sylvia Shulman, daughter J Mr and Mrs. Morris Shulman. 1230 S.W 2nd Ave.. and Havana, Cuba. The bridegroom's parents are the Louis Vogels, 860 jjW 2nd St. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore i a white satin gown with accordion pleated, hoopfskirted marquisette under[skirt. The gown featured a [heart shaped neckline, [long pointed sleeves and a [cathedral train. Her fin[gertip veil of illusion fell [from 8 halo of orange [blossoms. A shower of (white orchids adorned her. white bible. I Mrs. Mi •< Polanco served [as matron of honor for her [sister. She wore strapless [pink taffeta with white [carnation:, fashioned with [blue tulle. Miss Sarah %  Bhulman, another sister, [was maid of honor in an loff-the-should blue taffeta |w:th tulle overskirt. She (carried a cascade bouquet of pink carnations fasioned with pink tulle. Other attendants were Mrs. Morris Josepher, sis• of the bridegroom, and Miss Rita Speisman, cousin Df the bridegroom. Their gowns were of blue tulle and their flowers pink tarnations. Sandy Ger|henoff. junior bridesmaid i/ore a similar gown. Carol Bershenoff. flower girl, tore pink taffeta and ferried a basket of rose betals. Gene Esner was and ushers best in, and ushers were arvey Stahl and Morris Miriam Goldstein Miriam Goldstein Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, 511 N.W. 20th Ave., announce the betrothal of their daughter, Miriam, to Bernard Robert Baron. Mr. Baron is the son of Albert Baron, 3140 S.W. 27th Terr. The couple plans to be married in December. The bride-elect,a graduate of South Side High School, Newark, N. J., is a leader in local B'nai B'rith activities and president of the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business & %  Professional Women, of B'nai B'rith. She is presently affiliated with the Florida regional office. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. A graduate of East Orange High School. East Orange, N. J., Mr. Baron is attending the University of Miami, where he will receive his degree in business administration next June. During the war he served three years in the army overseas. Mr. Baron was formerly associated with the Cambridge Radio School as an instructor and as staff announcer with radio station WNEW in New York City. Eva Nadel Becomes Mrs. David Schultz A double-ring service in the garden of the bride's'aunt united in marriage Miss Eva Nadel. 2141 S.W. 14th Terr., and David Schultz, 1529 S.W. 7th St., on October 7. The couple exchanged vows before Rabbi Max Shapiro. Given in marriage by her brother, Milton, the bride wore a gown of white slipper satin fashioned with cathedral train, long fitted sleeves, sweetheart neckline with maline yoke outlined in seed pearls. Her full length French illusion veil fell from a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a bible topped with a white orchid and a shower of carnations. Miss Harriet Brcssler served a.; maid of honor in a gown of navy crepe. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses. Rochelle Besen, the bridegroom's niece, was flower girl attired in yellow organdy. Neil Besen, the bridegroom's nephew, was ringbearer. Al Besen was best man. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Cecelia Schultz, greeted guests in a gown of black crepe with a orchid corsage. A reception and buffet supper followed the ceremony. For traveling the bride donned navy and pink with navy suede accessories and white orchid corsage. Upon their return from their honeymoon, the newlyweds will reside in Miami, where Mr. Schultz is a civil engineer. To Mark Birthdays The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will devote its weekly meeting Sunday, November 5, for the birthday celebration of club members. Afrs. David Schultz Mrs. Vogel Josepher. Miss Evelyn Greenfield was soloist. The bqde's mother was attired in rose lace, while the elder s. Vogel wore steel blue lace. Both wore orchid corsages. A reception followed at the studio. The bride chose a pink gabardine suit with navy accessories and I corsage of white orchids for traveling. The former Miss Shulman attended schools in Havana and was I member of the TAO Council. The bridegroom attended Brooklyn lechnieal High School. foung Adults ivited To Social I All young adults in the community are invited to the first bcial of the fall season at the [iami Jewish Community Center %  Saturday. November 4, at 8:30 n. The evening program, which include dancing, games, singainment and refresh^ knts being sponsored by the '•"'>' organized Young Adult fiague. composed of men and omen in their twenties. will be no admission *rg( d for the evening, and NorBn Pallot, temporary president, les all young adults to attend. Wley H;,liman was elected nporary secretary of the group, p'ch will mee t every Monday *n;ng at the center. Mrs. Horn's %  lakery H7l S. W. 8th Street |Irving You — With the finest line of Pastry. Bread & Rolls Vedding & Birthday Cakes to Order Open All Day Sunday Call 3-1653 Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Orchow, 2031 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Charlotte Barbara, to Robert Monty of Chicago. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. While at the Beach school, she was president of Di Jarno Sorority. Mr. Monty is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Monty, Philadelphia. Miami Junior Hadassah To Memorialize Jolson The Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah voted to have a tree planted in Israel in memory of Al Jolson. The group is now planning for its annual membership formal to be held sometime in December. Mickey Einhorn is chairman ol this affair. Board Meeting Called A meeting of the board of directors of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El has been called for Tuesday, November 7, at 8 p.m. at the synagogue by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president. THE'IIST IN KOSHER FOODS Miami Beach Restaurant and Delicatessen 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach FAMOUS FOR • Delicatessen Platters & Sandwiches • Jewish Specialties • Hot Knishes • Stuffed Cabbage We Retail Delicatessen Complete Dinners from $1.35 Hadassah Group To Sponsor HMO Dance The Menorah Group of Hadassah will hold its informal HMO dance at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday, November 5. All proceeds will go to the Hadassah Medical Organization. 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PAGE 8 A + leistncrMi&JL FRIDAY, NQVPM^ !' %  Tamara Chapter To Hold Membership Tea A silver jubilee membership tea will be given by Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women on Wednesday November 8, at 1:30 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel, according to Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz, president. Highlight of the program will be a fashion show featuring apparel by Margaret Newman. Models will be supplied by the Patricia Vance Studio. A skit commemorating the organization's 25 vears of service to Israel will be" presented, with Mrs. Emanuel Karger as narrator. Climax of the afternoon will be a candlelighting ceremony and the cutting of the anniversary cake. Mrs. Albert Rosen, membership chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Assisting her are the Mesdames David Hess. Ben Kazer. Alfred M. Swartz and Miss Lillian Bogdan. Auxiliary Will Fete Cerebral Palsy Kids Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliarj N 1911 Free Son I I iel, vill spon. a party Cor c rebral palsied • the Cerebral Palsy C nic. 651 S.W. Isl SI i n Saturnber 4. from 2 to o p.m. You I I [.Fin %  i I %  : B Hope, 1 %  Chiropodists Convene %  the C Fli Hoi ch. Dr H t Feinbei presid.: inn iunced thai there Dr. Ben Levy : s, hi nectady. N Y.. and Dr. Irving Yak' if Ansonia, Conn., as well as seminars on various subi dinner at the Five O'clock Clul i e Friday night n Sunday Klan Spreads Hatred Throughout State (Continued from Page 5 A) veteran of the Klar. movement in this state, which, generally speaking, has beei tree of such hate groups. Ku Klux Klan of Florida. Inc. was chartered by the stale of Florida in September. 1944, while World War II was still in progress. At s time when national unity was imperative for our very existence, the state sanctioned the formation of a unit designed to foment disunity and discord. Recently the railroader from Wildwood' has been preaching his gospel of hate in Jacksonville and Orlando. In the former, he has organized a branch with George W. Wilkinson as exalted cyclops. At present he is trying to gam a foothold in the latter. His presence at the controversial school board hearing was no doubt calculated to strengthen his position in the central Florida city. Grand Dragon Brough and his Jacksonville subaltern have announced that their goal is to become the largest Klan In Florida by December. 01 icial organ of this branch of the KKK is the American Klansn n pul lis ed in Atlanta and b 3 the Rev. A. C. Shuler, • mini U i in the Jacksonu ., and an old hand at Klan j. i ie Klan up the oi %  illy :.-. V. servin 301 e< in i Origii Sou hi rn Klan but n %  mil i ation was :. ome • :. which < tl %  Klan "line" was ,'. creasing. So t e Rev. Mr. Shuli II to a Klan rally in Iron Ga Hi h prii ts or should drag mi ? -of the Florida group with which he had been ted, surmising that he was about to join the Roper ranks. decreed that the minister be 'banished forever from the portals of the Invisible Empire." I. R. Goodman To Speak I. R. Goodman, chairman of the / :.. uncil of G Miami who recently returned from a : e in New York, ti -t political and • in Israel at the N : S Jewish Cent E % %  • Nop.m. Friday Review To Open December 8 •The Friday Review," a series of ten current book reviews to be sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. will officially open on Friday. December 8, according to Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman and organizer of the project. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. well known in local literary circles, will serve as reviewer. -But the Rev. Mr. Shuler merelv went through the portaloi < %  ihe Invisible Empire' to the realm of Roper," Reporter McCullougl asserts. "He told the writer that BTSS convinced all along that the Georgia Klan possessed the t.'ue 'apostolic succession from the original Ku Klux Klan of 'post-Civil War reconstruction davs His labors in the vineyard „f the Florida Klan. he maintained, were designed to 'convert its members to the Georgia precepts." Copies of the Rev. Mr. Shuler s hate sheet irrefutably indicate that there is a tie-up between the Klan and the national hatemongers, such as Gerald L. K.. Smith. Merwin K. Hart and the rest of the hate-spreaders. In a recent issue of the Klansman Gerald L. K. Smith's version of the violently anti-Semitic articles bv Walter Trohan, which recently appeared in the Chicago Tribune. is printed under the headline: 1 "The Jew Gestapo Put the Screws OP the Chicago Tribune." Also in this issue is an article by the i infamous Judge George W. Armstrong of Fort Worth, rexas, who rites: "We are governed by a handful of greedy, power-hungry / misl bsmkei • equally greedy, power-hungry Zionist and Zionist labor leaders." i. tioi of the K' n outgrowth Original Soutl em Klan. Sinn its %  g ( : v. | • Klai • South : rid AI i t a! Ie in Janu irj 1950, ti:is grouj ui er the : e of Sou %  K • %  • ; %  n agent in l is Bill Hend ssee, who with Thomas 1. Hi milton o; Li svilli. S. C and Willian Morris of Birmingham, Al< rung 1 ate ui the amalgamated I o ly This group filed en application with Secretary of State R. A. Gray "to do business" in the stale in March, 1949. three months after the governor had vigorously denounced the group and had announced that he would plump for legislation banning the mask and burning cross. Moreover, the slate granted permission to a group which had already been characterized : as subversive by the Attorney General of the United States to operate here. Basis for this classification is that the Klan segments have i "adopted a policy of advocating or approving the commission of cats of force and violence to deny I othei s their constitutional rights. Fire Breather Hendrix. a resi ardent publicity seeker. State officials, newspapers and periodicals throughout the state are constantly barraged by his hate literature. Among the letters which went out under Hendrix' signature this year was one addressed to all state officials. It read: "The Anti-Defamation League of the B'nai B'rith (Jewish Facist organization) is one of the leading Communist front organizations in the United Stales, and is organized for the purpose of smearing, blacklisting and boycotting all organizations and individuals in the fight againsl Communism. It controls the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the CIO-PAC and is closely linked with Ihe Federal Council of Churches and all socialist and pro-Communist groups in the nation. "We enclose a copy of the Bill by Honorable John Rankin, now pending in Congress, to outlaw the Anti-Defamation League. It should be passed by the Legislature of Florida." Since this unit was set up, it has kept busy, flagrantly flouting the governor's proclamation, parading through Jacksonville, Orlando. Tallahassee and Live Oak, atempting to proselytize through the dissemination of hate literature, including a weekly newspaper, the Chronicle, published : I). Melson in Jacksonville. This paper also reflects the influence of the national hatemongei s. Reputed to be working closely • Hendrix is Edgar Waybrigbt, Si., ol" Jacksonville, who was recently defeated for a seat on the state Democratic committee. Waybright, prominent attoi and Ei tati senator, w is aawith the Klan when it ished under William J. Simmons in 1918. This. then, is a sketch of how the Klan is operating in t tat As long as these sheeted groups ave state sanction, achieved through functioning under a State charter, the liberty freedom, and safety of the citizenry of the state is in jeopardy. The parades, the tirades, the crosses may only be symptomatic of the hate activity which may be engendere the continued exist*KKK here. To date twelve in the state hav coma of thei nuisJ ... ... c ataxe nave paW nances banning th. *.!-'M masks and the bcrosses. These include u," I Miami Beach, Coral r H West Miami. South Mi, b N ami Shores. Ba!, 0 fl^ Springs. Hialeah. M** Beach West Pal m Be *M Undo was the mosl „£ H join this parade of Florida! ac H n w utiaw S!a and hoodlurmsm. TaU.r.2 has passed an anti. mask nance. Now considering 1 passage of i i.—.i.T" Jacksonv passage of such legUlati^ 3 Tampa. ,lle S t P ele "Na "Church, veteran, businwi ucational and other ) throughout the state ate together in urging that ri priate steps be taken to 4 : Florida of the menace of UBA j cratic activities," Gilbert Jj kin, state director of the"? Defamation League, said tolerance and bigotry place in our state or aim in the world." SMASHING L0W~ PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE HARDWARE-PAINTS-GOB| AMMUNIT1QN-APPL1ANCB NYLON BRAIDED LINE 15, 20. 27 36 & 45 Lb. Test Spool FLEX RODS Reg 14.95 NOW 2S0 Yd. REEL Heavy Duty I Reg. $10 PLUEGER FISH HOOKS Sizes 1 to 5—"00 Res $2 50 dent of the state capital, is an indefatigable lobbyist aid at". PULL LEVER 9B AND HELP ELECT B I LL 'LANTAFF (Democratic-Xom.nee) YOUR WORKING U. S. 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Oil BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES &f FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food P*4 in Time for CHANUKAH CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! We ship to Israel yo>.r self.packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only 14c per lb. for shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of the offices of Farr Tours. (Israel duties prepaid hsre 16c per lb ) Your relatives have nothing to pay there. (Outside Metropol. Are." charges for self-packed parcels sliohtly higher.) 1 can Sardines ox. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup I lb. Sugar Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 16 25 lb ..$12.75 H lb Egg PARCEL 19 j|5 lb $18.75 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dr.ed Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Herstiey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noo"le So"' 6 lb Meat f cans Milk 2 lbButter 2 lb. Margarine :: lb. Veg Fat 2 lb. Rice 2 lb. Split Peas 2 lb. Sugar 1 lb. Prunes 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb Oil 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops •'• 02. Tea 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix 1 %  lb. Egg Powder lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Oil 2 lb. Sugar 2 lb. Lima Beans b %. Powa, -J lts| PARCEL 1815" 5 V • lb. Meat J %  §S5 3 lb. Butter 1 ib Cocoa I ID Ml" „ Send your check or mone \' t ia BRAND NEW ilco Refrigerator $240.00 Ptaa dut.es Also 1951 WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS NOW — No import license necessary. No red tape. FAMILY EXPORT 6c SHIPPING CO NEW YORK OFFICE: 145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y. Seven (7) other high class food parcels, "lightning fast delivery" from two to four days, containing up to 7 lbs. of Meat. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 377 BLAKE AVE.. B'KLYN 12. N. Y. Farr Tours Roney Plaza 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5328 Uptown Office 6638 Collins Avenue Tel 86-1472 New ... all five 1951 Westing, house Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and 200 Cigarettes inc.. $9.95 and delivery -g 6 bars fancy ** soap fa %  lcy f • ,, 200 Cigarettes *'*%*, "' £ soap, lu, '" e tl4.9) livenet by AirExpress



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DAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1950 Lry Perl mutter Ins For U-M Office ktorence C. (Larry) Perlf .,• M n of Mr. and Mrs. Julius rppVlnuittcr of Miami Beach, Iheen nominated for the presiLv of the freshman class at I f Miami. Elections Bated I early November. Ihile in the Miami area, Larry high school winner of the fi, r ald Essay Contest, was the outstanding debater of County, served as presifJewistiFhridriiain Food Fair To Open i:ith Store PAGE 9 A %  — Larry Perhnutter bf the 1( cal student congress later as president of the la State student congress In Tallahassee. He won the ^nge Club and the American High School, city and speech contests. r*WWWW* Food Fair will open the thirteenth addition Jo its chain of h U „^ r 'T rketS '? 3* rea next week L cat <* on M rarfe Mile Fo"d r.i m .d*tiSr h m a St K b aU, i fU Sh PS in ihe commu„i, y M the l?, !" ., 5* a l t on *, %  been dwgned to measure up lo the Mie PonJ 0 H7"i. We, l 0 i Bre ? di "3' 8 Dr 9 Store on* Miracle SSV* Po S C tde ^. eon Boul ^d. the store was constructed by ?ari?wsk" Construction Co. from plans by Francis J. f I-l t, bUild i n9 hB 110 feet front 3 e on Miracle Mile and is 120 &f P 'f L P r ^ n ?. area m the rear of the store Th ere is an entrance from Miracle Mile and also from the parking lot. The Food Fair sign is placed on a concrete canopy above the windows. .Tennessee-marble front and a large plate glass area (525 l?, U r !" J? 2* !. al u reS f conslruction The store is completely !" KI f ha u, ,IS 0wn ice plant ,or *he preservation of vegetables and perishables. The latest type. low. self-service meat refrigerator cases have been installed in this unit. Another new feature, but not new with Food Fair, is the installation of modern, sanitary stainless steel, speed check booths. Special attention also has been given to color treatment and to a combined General Electric slim line and flood light, lighting treatment. Asphalt tile floors are an important feature of this store, which has been built to be 100 percent vermin proof. The design of the store eleminates all bottlenecks and makes for ease in shopping. (tables Center To Commemorate Ha I ft our Day fn commemoration of the is1 suancc of the Balfour Declaration marking the first recognition by a modern nation of the rights of the Jewish people to historic claims in Palestine, the Coral Qables Jewish Center will hold a "Salute to Israel" Sabbath on Friday, November 3, at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will discuss Rogers St. John's "Shalom Means Peace," Quentin Reynolds' "Leave It to the People" and Ralph McGill's "Israel Revisited." An Oner; Shahbat following the services will be held in the temj pie annex under the auspices of %  the Coral Gables Zionist District, '.headed bv Norman R. Lyons, I radio commentator who will'give a review of the recent events in Israel. Guests who have just returned from Israel will be introduced. Cantor Malek and the temple choir will present Israeli songs under the direction of Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, choir director. As a student of Miami Beach Senior High School, Larry served as president of the junior class, president of the National Forensic League and president of the National Honor Society. His Miami Beach High School Student Government work reached its climax when he was elected to serve as the president of the Florida Association of Student Councils and presided over their recent three day state convention which was held at Bradenton, Fla. in April of this year. He won the Florida State extemporaneous speaking championship in 1949 and was sent to represent the state of Florida in the finals held at the national tournament in Denver, Colorado. He was "tapped" in recognition as one of the three leading high school speakers of the country by the National Forensic League. He was also a member of the Miami Beach High School's debating team that won the Florida State Championship for two consecutive years. Qraceland Park .Cemetery, Rabbi Joseph .Nairn conducted the services. MINNIE SCHWARTZ (8, a retired school teacher, passed away this week. She came here ten yearn ago from New York city and Is survived by two Bisters, Uldonla Long, Ashvllle, Ky., and Mrs, Carrie Belger, Miami Beach; three brothers Al, Joseph and Nat, New York; a niece, Kdna uit-ier, Jamaica; two nephews, Dr. Itiihard Prank, Miami Beach, and Dr. Qustav Frank, Springfield, Mass, The remains were sent to New York tor services and interment by the Riverside Memorial Chanel. Miami Beaoh, HARRY JACOBS B4. a retired ilrygood merchant from Chicago, passed away this week, Be has been a resident here for seven years anil is survived by his wife, Ida; one son, Edward Louis, of Chicago; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Robing, Mis. Jeannette Merlin. Miami, and Mrs. Ooldean Bchwalb, Miami Beach; three sisters, Mrs. Bather Zerrel, Chicago, Mrs. Hannah Milton, Chicago, and Mrs. Dora Agaranovsky, nf California; one brother, Mendel, who is in Europe. Services were conducted by Rabbi I n Kronlsh, al the Rlrerside Memorial Chapel, Miami Beach. Interment followed in Mt. Sinai ',-111, tery. SA1 roqram Director wmra Pr< udly Presents flSH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW! TIMES WEEKLY E & SUNDAY—12 NOON PAY EVENING—6 P. M. Obituaries JACOB BIX 73, of 1528 B.W. ith St., I in used a WBJ i 11' i w H ,i resident for seven years, coming h< re from Br, >okl> n. He wj nf Zitomer Societ.v of NVw York, Surviving are his wife, Sarah, and four daughters, Mrs. Ann< utohet, Mrs. s>l\i.i Swarts, Mis. Beatrice Mar.us and Ms Lucille Ronnii'k. Also surviving are four grandchildren, Servlcei w lucted at the Gordon Puneral Chapel with Rabbi Simon April officiating. Interment took place in Mt. Nebo I 'emcterj. SAMUEL ESSMAN 66, of 8915 \V. Flagler St., pass,.I away Monday in a local hospital. He came here from New York H months ago and operated a dry cleaning business, Burvlvlng are his wife, Stella; two brothers, Charles and Aaron, of New York City; two sisters. Mrs. Langsdorf, California and Mrs. Bertha Jacobs, Rochester, N. Y.i also a brother-in-law, Nat Kats, of Miami. Services were conducted at "The Miami Riverside," With Interment in 2 7 STORY 1EPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO f'LVER & RUG VAULTS !" D PRIVATE ROOMS U HAULING & PACKING |y AN ^ED L OADOR PART LOAD T O AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO JHE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA G DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR .WITHERS VAN LINES L N -E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 Is OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS When a fellow goti s'courlina 01 a lovely iweet young thing Ch*ncei are he'll wind np giving her 1 ipirkling wedding ring. But before they tie the nuptial knot We'll un 'em agitation By Inviting them to Hilcrafl For their wedding invitation. There'i beauty in the craftsmanship Of Hilcraft'i fine engraving. Tet Bride and Croom will buy the belt At a moil substantial saving. So when there's romance in the air And YOU want to name the day. Let Hilcraft do it for you la the very smartest way. Iff (ngravinp Company 122 N.I. SIXTH STREET TlLlfHONi, J-8164 tables JWV Post To Sponsor Play Tickets will be available for the production at the University of Miami Box Theater for -On Borrowed Time" to be sponsored by the Coral Gables JWV on December 6. Tickets or reservation may be obtained by calling Melvin Morris at 48-3177 or contacting any member of the Coral Gables JWV. Next meeting of the post will be held on Wednesday, November 8, at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, 320 Palermo, Coral Gables. Meeting Announced A meeting of the HialeahMiami Springs Jewish Community Center is scheduled for Wednesday, November 8, at 8 p.m. at the Hialeah City Hall. r— —— Kneseth Israel Adult Institute To Open Monday Registration for Kneseth Israel's Adult Institute of Hebrew Culture is now open and classes will get underway Monday, November 6. at 8 p.m., according to an announcement from Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader of the congregation. Courses include prayer reading and interpretation, elementary and advanced Hebrew, Judaism in theory and pratice, modern Jewish problems and Hebrew songs and melodies. Additional courses will be organized upon request. 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I! f ? PAGE 10 A KiewlsMcrkftor FRIDAY, NOV EMBEP A UIT reception honoring Dr. Ashe will be held at the BlackStone Hotel. Miami Beach, at 4 p.m. Sunday. November 5. U M President Named Honorary Head Of Greater Miami Committee For UIT President Bowman F. Ashe of the University of Miami has been named honorary chairman of the Greater Miami Committee for UIT, nationwide orqanization supporting srael s chiei educational institutions, the Hebrew University, Weizmann Institute of Science and Technion. Albert Einstein is national Ull Chairman Stockdale. Samuel A. Rlvkind, Sidney Greenberg. Col. John o. Gottlieb. Charles Bender. I Simonhoff. Julius Jay Perlmuttci. Dr. Ashe. in accepting the LIT Hohauser, Ray Redman. Pra — HarrJ Chen. Samuel Hirsch. Dr. II. Franklin Williams. Sam Luby. Daniel J. Mahoney. Hoke Welch, Fred Shochet. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Rabbi Moses Meschelon. J ,seph R. Narot. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Moses Ginsburg. Harry Sirkin. Samuel J. Halpenn. \!>r Goodman. Jennie Grossin^er. Leonard Abess, Sam Blank. Leon C. McAskill. George P. Storer, Jack Abbott. E. Albert Pallot. Albert Pick. J. N. Morris. Henry Williams Ben Hartley. Ben Kane Dan Ruskin, Sidney Meyer and Hugo Pick. the her t program to repair the damage done in the recent war of libe ation and stressed the importance of p %  ceeding with research activ needed to support the vastly inere ised population of the country. "Israel." he said, "is in exactly the same latitude as South Florida Its lands have been culti\ ited and neglected at various times for thousands of years. Now these modern institutions are turning the lens of science on this country. They are learning how to use lands that have not been used before: how to grow things that have not been grown before: how to make large agricultural productions of raw materials for industry. It is altogether a most AJC Board To Meet Miami Chapter of the American j 08 Jewish Congress will hold a board exciting story. Theirs is a dry Wednesday. Novemcountrv in general, and Florida meeting on s ., wet country in general. There ber 8 at 1 p.m attfie .henrnc oj B ,. many things. I believe, which Mrs. Bein.ce Ladd. 2216 S.W Zn we are going to learn from their St.. it has been announced b> scientific researches and there Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, president. will be some things that we maybe able to pass on to them. • I fervently hope that these institutions receive large support. They are very important, not only to the country itself, but to many COUPLE WANTED To share cheerful hom. widow and growing Tj| Conveniently and JL<1 624 S. w. 20lh Strew 14 I Wi'l take 4 people in i. Buick Car. Leaving"> r November lOih. Re^fi I Call 48-7760 WORKING MOTHER Wants room and care of 4>2 yr. old son Phone 58-0487 Sweet sixteen is Phyllis Kandel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Levinson. REV. ABRAHAM SHF CERTIFIED MOHE Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 LESSONS IN MODERN HEBREW By Licensed Teschw Ph. 58-0751, Ext. 21? Between 6 8 P. Pioneer Women To Sponsor Book Review Golda Meverson Club of Piowhich surround them or are m review by Edward Clarke of the their latitude and climactic conj University of Miami on Sunday, j ditions." 1 November 5. at 8 p.m. at Bem ElOfficers of the local committee Mrs. Sarah Nelson will offer seeking to aid the young nation vocal selections, accompanied at through training its scientists and | the piano by Robert Strassburg. | scholars will be under the general Israeli movies will also be shown. chairmanship of Mitchell Wolfson. i Mrs. Ruth Ul.ss is in charge. with Dr. Louis G. Lytton as chair| of the event. Tickets may be obman; Alfred Stone and Dr. Leo tained by calling 8.-8153 or at | M. Levin, co-chairmen: and Dr. %  the door. Mo:: is Goodman, treasurer. Membership of the general j x u n av id PTA To committee is headed by the three "> eln **** ,u x ** v mayors of the Greater Miami Mark BOOK Month community: Harold Turk of Mirvi


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MDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1950 rjnan Relations Dramas fo Be Aired Sundays Ifie-aldine Fitzgerald, Raymond lassev. Melvyn Douglas, Ralph Clamv Vera Zorina, and other t.flieW stars will be heard in K new series of fifteen-minute Lmatic programs "Lest We ForCL-Stories to Remember," deIned to advance better intercup understanding, over station (KAT. Miami Beach, beginning |nda.v. November 5, at 3:30 p.m. L at the same time each Sunday reafter. Re dramatic transcriptions will Hollowed by fifteen-minute live nel discussions. frhe Lesson," starring GeraldFitzgerald, noted stage and |een actress, has been selected the premiere program, participants in the panel disfcion following the first broadIt will he: Gilbert J. Balkin, fector, Florida regional office, j.Defamation League of B'nai Sth: Mrs. Sam Weisen, presiit, Parent-Teachers Associa?th David Young [eds To Hold Dance labbi Max Shapiro will install jeers of the Young Weds of David at a dance on SaturJ, X ivember 4, at 9 p.m. at the Vento Hotel. be seated at the ceremony |joseph Levine, president: Mac mell. vice president; Serabe Lowenfhal, secretary; Irma • %  %  treasurer. I >m the affair will Ito finish the vestry room \ up meets. *Jeistrk>rkUan L i0 u' p e lr al Beach Elementary School; Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman, principal, South Beach Elementary School; and Olin Webb, principal, Miami Beach Senior High School. PAGE 11 A LEGAL NOTICE IN JiSf'S.% 0F PUBLICATION ^M7".'4,!',' ,T COURT OP THE ELKVENTJJ JUDICIAL CIRCIMT 8S,SfcSP ,DA ,N AND PORDADK '' l ^r^-v! u \ ,.!' IST :K Plaintiff, vi SI A.M.-1..\\\ I.ISTKK. Defendant VOU STAMSI.AWLISTER 81 York Road, liwwleh, Suffolk, Rnf'lan.l are hereby notified that a Bll of < omplalnt for Divorce ha been fii.il againat you, and you are required to serve a copy of your • Anawer or Pleading to the Plaintiffs attorney, MAX It. SILVER, 922 SVyl ;„ii, ink, Miami, Florida, and rile the original Answer or Pleading in the office ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court .in .,1 before thi1.11 % %  >Miami. Florida 1 1/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE WAND FOR \ ;V9P8 urr FLORIDA. ? N CHAW v X V181 v,j l l HA.NCKItY, No. "sTANLETK^fr?' Sj %  vs. fend?nt AHNO D SBWITCH, De8TATBOR T Fio > RirSf VORCH WT II T, r A T l K V ARNOLD BE. \U^ A JB2HSgS g^afflU"iawaa to do so^Judgmenl by default Sill be &%&&*&•*** By It. H. HICK, .in ( KAPLAN. DIIBTZ A LAW ^^ Attorneya for Plaintiff •.• %  II Lincoln If,,.,,| Miami Beach. Florida 1I/S-10-17-2I ang Zionists To Meet the Miami Young t ia ) will be held I N ivember 9, at the '• mmunity Center. e of the winners of fl i" contest recently p the Clara Hirsh i r of B'nai B'rith i n will receive his na Jenkins, social liBYW group. lerhood To Meet |! I i the First Jewish \ ol Goral Gables will : %  November 8, at J l ary headquarter 1, %  Leon Blvd. A social 11 follow the short busiting. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX THE COITNTY JL'DGE'8 COCRT IX AND Ft Ht DADE t'Ol'NTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. In Re: ESTATE OF Minims li. LBVJN, otherwise known as M. It. LEVIN, Deceased To All Creditor.: All l-emona Ha v. Ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: ITou, and each -if you, are hereb] | notified and required to nresenl any Halms and demands which you, or either <>r you, may have against the estate of MORRIS R. LEVIN, otherwise known as it. li LEVIN, deceased late or WORCESTER t'ountv, Mass to the Hon. W. F. BLANTtiN, I •l idge ol I lade 'ounty, and file t he same In hli office in the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida. within elghl calendar months from the da te of i ho first pu tlon hereof. Knld claims or demands lo < the legal address of Ihe claimant and to be 'Worn to and presi nt< %  as nfori said, or same will I"barred. Sei Sei tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act, Dat< Ocl ib. i :;!.-!. A I %  I ELRY STONE, .\s Ancillary Adminlstral ir C.T.A. of the Esl tte of Hi >RRIS It. LEVIN, otherwise known as M, R LEX IN. Deceased. ELRY STi INE MI %  for Estate of Morris K. Le\ In, othei n i 19,10 ,. c.\l:i. WEINKLE, As Rxeoutor of the IJIKI will and T. si uni ill of 1,1 II'IH WEINKLE I • ... need WASMAN, WEINKLE & KBSSLER i Reybold Bldg Vtton ej i fin Exei utor II %  10-17-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION PJK I'llti TIT C< il'ItT 11| Til E ?i JIIUCIAL CIRiTlT IN AND J?. 'AM: CiH'NTY, FLORIDA.— PRAM :Ry, NO 136442, IIAIIINOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. Ji.s KAHlNoWITZ, Defendant. fl IH.N UAUINi IW1TZ PJMTIIERN BOULEVARD i ed to serve a copy to the Bill of Com'" %  Idvorce on the Plaintiff 1 1 to file 11 rlglnal Office of Ihe Clerk ol %  t on or before the her, 1950: otherwise, !"• aplainl for Divorce I n in will he tak.n E %  ou. % %  • t Miami, Florida, this 1 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, %  1 the Circuit Court, ,"ad( County, Florida, t t, %  |, By: \s M w. STOCKING, %  nna ,, Deuutl Cl.-rk. I aid ess of I'"soil, itor: I.\> ii(HHM VN I ding %  -17-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eii^a^e in ss under 1 he flcl 1 lous na me ol .1. & .1. Drug Department Store al inn N. W. 82nd Street, Miami, Flor| ida, intend to register said name ^:ih the clerk of the en cull 1 tourl ol 1 lade County, Florida. 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Egpjqjjovggg 3 I95 SEC. B Myers' Mission To Israel B'nai II*Hih Members to Pay Tribute To International President Nov. 12 Final plans are being made for the banquet and dance to be sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, in honor of International President Frank Goldman on Sunday, November 12, at 7 p.m., at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. time he began the practice of law in Lowell, where he is still an attorney. In 1921 he served for three years as president of the Lowell Bar Association. He was a founder and the first president of the Lowell Commun>lv the e'litor Hpent :in evening at the home of Mr. and Mri '''''• MV.M-S As miRiu lie expected, conversation eventual!} 1 \1i Myers' recent mission to Israel "' d J h !" innunell <>f Jewish Fe,< '• ,,,.,, „rth, candid, Inimitable record "f an Importanl Mye jewlsn history. This is the teeond ol a series of three troupe -t -—The Editor. event I' letter? Monday Midnight This has been aJhriUing and Jerusalem.-Israel, ish settlements and by Jews upon September 4,1 Arab settlements during the war: %  thousands of acres of developed orange, fig groves; and then the largest army camp at Sarafand where we were the guests of the Chief of Staff and the highest ranking officers of the Israeli Army. There I met and talked with Israeli counterparts of George Washington. Tom Paine, Thomas Jefferson—younger and in different clothes but hearing the same things I have read about all my life in my studies of American history. I sat between the Chief of Staff and Adjutant General at dinner and talked to the men who participated in the heroic deeds you have heard described at our campaign meetings. Lciting day. I am weary Cow I cannot sleep until I expel nme of "ie P ent U P thou g hts v n for expression. i i e f| you in my morning letter L list night's session. I deemed "wise to reply to Goldman and y 2 in a brief five-minute talk. femphasized the need for mobilization of all resources to continue %  he iob Israel wanted done and nunded the warning that anyone h0 preached disunity and the bitting of one force against the [.her in the communities of America, where the job had to be hone, was doing a disservice to Israel. Breakfast at nine and off at b-30 on a government-conducted lour Our guide was a prominet Jewish Agency attache, our driver volunteer who served in the t-mv dunng the war of liberation' 1 eannot describe in detail nhere we went, that will take hne entwe evening when we sit together reviewing my experi1 Suffice it to say for tneiimrandum purposes that we Maabarah Kesalon, a lup where the Yemlenitis are living temporarily %  until they are sufficiently adjusted to be moved to a peril %  .•. settlement; Tal Shahar, a | ent two years old. where t.ftv young married couples, still %  ring in tents, are cultivating the Band under a cooperative arrangement whereby each is in charge If his own plot of about ten or j' acres, having the common | heavy machinery, and %  where small homes for their permanent residences are just being %  completed to be occupied next %  month: Hulda Settlement, a real %  Mapai commune forty years old %  where the members live as a real Icoup unit, men and women shar%  ng in all the work to be done, %  the children in community sponsored schools and housed in separate lodgings, and whele all income %  is pooled and divided; the mili%  tary base of Tel Litivlnsky, one lef the numerous military camps %  in the country, where we inspected an army hospital — old %  buildings taken over from the British but with the best in %  modern equipment, taking care of %  hind eorc civilian cases as well %  as army cases; Tel Aviv, where |we saw a modern thriving city of 1300.000 and rested for a few %  minutes at a cafe on the Mediterranean; Jaffa, the former Arab Jtity of 95.000 evacuated by the %  Arabs overnight and now oc%  cupied by immigrants; new housing projects; the destruction %  wrought by the Arabs upon JewJerusalem, Israel Wednesday, September 6. 1950 This is work—meetings all day yesterday, a committee meeting until midnight at the home of Ben Gurion, caucus meeting in my room until 2 a.m., and a breakfast committee meeting this morning | at 8 a.m. I'm tired, but the meetings will close tonight and' I*m hoping there will be time to I sleep. So far the conference has proceeded well. There is some disagreement about the advisability and feasibility of a bond sale; but everyone is in favor of doing anything and everything to increase the amount of dollars available for Israel. Restricted or open door policy on | immigration is also an issue as: this seriously relates to the eeoj nomy of the country. On this point, Ben Gurion spoke dramatii cally and confidentially. Our task j as Council delegates is to point out the danger and risk of differI I ent proposals, leaving it to the I government to make its final deI cision on the basis of information and advice we give them. Joseph M. Lipton, (center) honorary chairman of the banquetshow-night and dance sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, in honor of international president Frank Goldman, is shown issuing tickets to representatives of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami. Shown (left) Leonard Tobin. president of North Shore Lodge, and (right) Mrs. Ginsburg, of Sholem Women's Chapter. The affair, set for Sunday. November 12. at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, will feature Mr. Goldman's address, night club entertainment, banquet and dancing. Myers and friends I met the men who defended Jerusalem and broke its siege by the Arabs, who fought tanks with bare hands. I talked politics, religion, welfare, immigration; I absorbed more than one person should be asked to do in one day. Of course, I am impressed by what has been done and what can and will be done in the future. I am more resolved than ever that nothing shall be done by the alleged friends of Israel to destroy the unity we have built up in our communities. Only thus can American Jewry continue to help adequately. I am also of the opinion that there are other ways to help than by giving money— maybe at this conference some new ideas will b3 born. chow. Tomorrow, we shall see Jerusalem and leave at night for Tel I Aviv. We will spend the night at I Tel Aviv and see that city Friday, i then go to Haifa Friday and then to the northern Galilee sections of Israel—including in our trip, being present at the arrival of a ship frorrf Roumania bringing 2700 new immigrants. Saturday, we will visit Beer Sheba and the Negev. Sunday and Monday, we will see more sights. On September 11, we leave for Paris; from that date, our arrangements are still indefinite. According to Chairmen Joseph M. Lipton and Jerome Weinkle, the ; quota of 200 tickets is expected | to be sold out shortly, since re| quests for reservations are coming in from B'nai B'rith lodges j throughout the state. E. Albert Pallot, ticket chairi man, has announced that some ] tickets may still be secured by. calling the B'nai B'rith office. Goldman is widely known in the field of jurisprudence and has gained international attention in recent years through his appearances before committees of the United Nations as the representa| tive of B'nai B'rith. Born in Lowell, Mass., he received his LL.B. summa cum laude from Boston University Law School in 1910 when he was 19. For the next two years he served as a fellow of his alma mater and then as assistant instructor. He was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 1912. at which Tropical Park Set For Nov. 30 Opening Tel Aviv, Israel Thursday. September 7 Here I sit on a porch overlooking the Mediterranean relaxing in a rocking chair and watching (Continued to Page 4 B) Th. American leed.r. inspect .chool for Yemenite.. The "stretch drive" of preparation is on for the opening of the 120-day thoroughbred racing season at Tropical Park on November 30. It gained added momentum Wednesday when Track Superintendent Henry E. Collins opened the stables for arrivals from all over the United States, and Gerald Brady, director of racing and general manager, opened his offices for daily supervision at the track. With a registry of 911 thoroughbreds approved for stall assignment, the Tropical Park barns are now "filled" to overflowing. There possibly will be some "weeding and transfer of yearlings temporarily, but the Gables plant is assured the largest and most notable registrations for the 41day meeting in the track history. Several scores of other thoroughbreds will be available for the feature and stakes events as they are vanned from Hialeah, Gulfstream and private lodgings. Tropical Park is under the ownership of an organization, headed by N. E. Herzfeld, who directed the Yonkers Raceway in New York. Thousands of dollars have been spent in recent weeks in complete renovation, redecoration and new construction at the Gables plant which Herzfeld is determined to make one of the nation's greatest mile ovals and thoroughbred racing centers. When patrons visit the "friendly track" on its opening day and succeeding afternoons, they will find new traffic lanes and speed traffic conditions to eliminate former "bottlenecks." They will find greatly extended and improved facilities in the parimutuels division. Racing Secretary Francis P. Dunne, and his assistant as well as track handicapper, W. R. (Duke) Dahlstrom. ity Center, of which he is now honorary president. He served as president of Lowell Lodge of B'nai B'rith for three years and in 1941 succeeded Louis Fabricani of New York as the district's representative on the order's national executive committee, at which time he was also elected one of the three national vice presidents. IT. S. Film Men Heel Wolfson Mitchell Wolfson. Miami business man and communal leader, was named chairman of Ihe board of directors of the Theatre Owners of America at the group's fourth annual convention in the Shamrock Hotel. Houston, Texas. Wolfson. co> owner with Sidney Meyer, of Wometco Theatres in Florida and Nassau, received the honor Wolfson at the convention's opening board meeting. The officers are to be honored at an elaborate president's dinner at which W. Stuart Symington, chairman of National Security Resources Board, is chief speaker. Theatre Owners of America represent 9.500 movie theatres. Enrollment In Hay Schools Up NEW YORK, (JTA)—A distinct increase in the number of Jewish day schools and in enrollment? throughout the United States was noted in a survey just completed by the Mizrachi National Education Committee. Isidor Margolis, executive director of the committee—affiliated with the Mizrachi Organization of America—disclosed that the number of day schools and kindergartens in the U.S. has mounted to 142, located in 49 cities, with total enrollments having passed the 20,000 mark. The committee, the first to advocate establishment of Hebiv kindergartens and to propagate the idea of the day school foi older children and adolescents throughout the country, has, according to Mr. Margolis, "demons | trated the feasibility of day school I education in Hebrew, Jewish and j secular subjects in large cities as well as in small communities." It operates 67 day schools which are directly affiliated or cooperating regularly in its coordination program. ^^^ Beach Masada Meets Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District held a general meeting Thursday, November 2. at 8:45 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Co-chairmen Roz Goldstein and Art Cohen were in charge of a quiz program on Israel and Judaism in which members participated.



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PAGE 2 B r .-> I fjenirt ncridian %  I Co-Operative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Mr. Llebman, a member ol the New Tork Bar AS?u ,. Qwn leade s who wlll tell us sfnted to the Booker T. Washingto Mapai. Recent immigration ... w,. ,], have our own t >n High School by the B'nai their party loyalties His answer was, "No!" I then asked him \ D T> -AI. l*"*-.—.ll Prime Minister Ben o nai D nth LOUIlCll Gurion would ever be invited to | p rpii p n fe RppnrHe on similar problems. Again resell IS IVCCOrUh sed jTo Negro School lessened their deps Political expediency, which colors much of the life ol communal settlements. :n as many as possible so as to gain converts among the olim The third group is named Kibbutz Arzi All Palestine G:oupi %  : %  K:bbutz Hash imer Hatzair. mbers belong to Mapam, the second largest politirty. Ma] sole rival of Mapai for ntrol of the Iruth, the General Federatioi f Laboi M.ipam constitutes the Histadruth iades agricultural as > ; w rkers As left-wing g jps. i HatS '•".< t rather • have by 1 f lin ting the in migi ati n : Ji I m those ..: %  ies I Israel. In I papei the} mbers of th< I newspaper. A! Hamishmar. which goes : everj member. They can find out everything they need (Every Party in Israel has its own paper, the party in.) Before going to the last group, a few words on the role of religion might be of interest. In some of the kvutzot of all the groups thus far mentioned, there have been created practices bearing a resemblance to traditionalism but amended and re-evaluated. Thev B'rith Council of Greater Miami, it has been announced by Council Director Charles R. Jacobson. The contribution will assist the ichool in launching a new cultural project—a music library where good records of the masters may be borrowed, he said. Expression of appreciation has been received by the council from Mrs. Edward T. Graham, who is in charge of the project. Members of B'nai B'rith and their friends who wish to make \ v ,' a 5 cd er Sl : v l '! n Z???*?! contributions to the Music Library may do so through the B'nai (only one Seder is conducted even by the Orthodox) but they have written new Haggadot. As disciples of Marx (but not related to Communism as practiced in Russia they believe ;n his adage that religion is the opiate of the masses. On Saturday mornings. they have readings instead of revices These readings : %  • the Bible. ..nd other Hebrew auschools, while porof Hebrew religious books are taught as part of the literaB'rith Council offices at 330 Seybold Bldg.. or call 82-5684 for further information. The first successful newspaper in the colonies was started with permission of the royal governor of Massachusetts in 1704. • te country, %  .'. '..''• practices ar. neoi their T festi> ich as Bikkurim (offer: lens n H; H Kvutz t fos-'in : ..• ,,n Sha*3W %  O-'SN yi rro. Aabbl Joseph E. Rpckorsky 818 Michigan Avenua Miami Beach Phon S-3595 A ltfKlCA* K o S H E r QTJALITT \ D— br tWMCATlSSijt Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Are. Phone &4H56 VOTE TUESDAY. NOV. 7, 1950 JOHN PARKHURST BOOTH Republican Candidate United States Senate Congress—4th Congressional District of Florida JOSEPH EDWARD WORTON House of Representatives Florida Legislature from Dade County Group No. 1— RICHARD R. BOOTH Group No. 2— GERALD SCHWARTZ Group No. 3— NATHANIEL HOWELL Dade County Board of Public Instruction District No. 1— CLARENCE H. COCHRANE District No. 2— DAVID A. DOUGLAS District No. 3— GLADYS H. JACOBSEN Dade County Purchasing Agent GUSTAV H. KLOEHS Commissioner of Florida Inland Navigation District D. R. UPDEGRAFF Constable—District 2 (Precincts 44-66) CECIL H. ROBINS Vota your choice No matter what your party W Pol Adv. To Sponsor Dance AZA Chapter No. 322 will sponsor the weekly teen-age dance at the Miami Jewish Community Center on Tuesday, November 7. at 8:30 p.m. Isaac Levin U nit To Hold Smoke r sponST'^S Lodge. B'nai B'rith aac UiS Novembers, at % ""^ home of Robert L*iJV l U l 6th Court. ithas&^Xfl by President BJffi'gj Program will incl ud r "*| movies and card game' I of ='nangem,ntsaro B C S| Morton p,;,v and x. U,s J Berliner. nd MaufcJI Highlight of he p roerar „ f be a B'nai B'i uh raL& over NBC featuring ^S^N ^d International^^ Goldman, which the *uV2 hear at 11:30 p.m. Up ** Beach MasadaWiu j Hold Beach Party Masada-Mi; mi Beach Yn, I Zionist District will ^. ^I| '"Dandy Sandy Bea'h & 1 Saturday. November 4 al -L*\ at Baker's Haulover. ii wf£l announced by Dave GooCl president. ^ w *l Each paid-up member mavi v.te one guest ho said. Mohw will meet at the Miami & Jewish Community Center the Miami Jewish Comma Center. Co-chairmen nf the event | Sybil Cowen and Lennv SchwjZI Also assisting on the social cm.1 rnittee are Sid Yospe, &| Jacobs. Marion Wieder. Main I Metz and Marty Oppenheim. Your Account will be Welcome AT THE NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Shepord Brood, Prttidtnl N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St. North Miami Mn Drtpr, Ucrthry Where You Can Bank With Confidence Your account insured up to SI0.000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. -~VS. y "There's nothing like it • • • absolutely nothing" Charcoal glowing, sirloin stealing, Budweiser bubbling — and you pouring! The delightful boucjuet hovering over the snowy foam tells you what every sip tells you the distinctive, delicious taste of Budweiser is found in no otber beer. Live life, every golden minute of it. Enjoy Budweiser, every golden drop of it. Budweiser TRADE MARK ftCO U a PAT O" *C ANHEUSER-BUSCH SAINT LO Phone 2-7401 Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, Inc. SAM BLANK, Pres. Miami. A*



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Ill NOVEMBER 3, 1950 Temt Kil %m LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator NOW FOUR TIMES A WEEK SUNDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. HON., WED. AND FRI. FROM 1 O.M. TO 1:30 P.M. paper. Store in warm place about two hours, or until double in bulk. Knead until light and clastic. Divide dough into eight pieces. Roll each piece into a circle Vi inch thick. Place in greased baking pan. Bake in hot ioven (400 degrees F) 20-30 minutes or until lightly browned. j Split open and fill with falafel. tachina paste, pepper relish and I chopped lettuce and tomatoes in ; | vinegar and oil dressing. FALAFEL 1 V4 pounds dried chick peas 6 cloves garlic 2 teaspoons salt 1 cup dried red peppers 1 cup water • Soak chick peas overnight. 1 Drain. Put chick peas and garli-: through meat grinder using fine blade. Add salt. So.'k red peppers in a cup of water five minutes. Add the wate • and one tablespoon of seeds from the pepper pods to the chick pea mixture. Mix and shape into one-inch balls. Fry in Rokeach (peanut) Salad Oil at 375 degrees F until golden brown. about 10 minutes. Drain on absorbent paper. TACH7JVA PASTE '• %  cup Sesame butter (available in Oriental food stores) \ : > teaspoon salt 1/3 cup water 3 tablespoons lemon juice Combine all ingredients slowly to make a smooth paste. Serve on fBta£-L PEPPER RELISH 5 green bell peppers ^^^__ Korik, a 20-year-old all-around athlete from Philadelphia who performs for the University of Tennessee cleared the pole vault bar at 13 ft. 6 in. enroute to his win in the grueling ten-event competition the U.S. Israeli basketball team got off to a good start by thumping Turkey 55-16 despite all these performances Israel was still favored to win the Olympiad as this column went to press Denmark surprised by taking five of the eight wrestling titles, while the Sandier brothers. Dave and Sol, of South Africa did very well in the sprint and quarter mile run ... it is apparent that the United States' attempt at gathering funds started very late and probably prevented several outstanding athletes from making the trip to Israel Al Rosen,, the Cleveland third baseman, asked Miami fans planning a homecoming celebration for him not to give him any money or lavish gifts instead, he said, "If you feel you must do something for me, then raise the money and give it to the Variety Childrens' Hospital; they can use it, and having a part in such a project will give me more satisfaction than any gift you can buy me ." National Basketball Association coaches Eddie Gottlieb and Red Auerbach, of the Phila, delphia and Boston clubs, have ', taken their teams to training at Hershey, Pa., and Boston, reI spectively both clubs have I been augmented by several stars from the five members who dropi i ped out of the league and are I afforded excellent chances of finishing close to the top in the Eastern Division ,^rf^^ /, ^/•' %  ^*' >, v"\< %  %  'w %  ^ Mountain, New York, with Irv Rothenberg and Len Chen, of the Paterson Crescents in the American Basketball League, members of the 14-man squad which Coach Joe Lapchick took to the mountain retreat ... Sid Gordon was presented his second automobile in two years when Boston fans gave him a shiny new Cadillac a year ago, the fans in New Browns, 6-0 .. Two of New York's finer basketball players of high school ranks, Herb Applebaum and Leroy Halpern, a 6'6' giant, have been enticed away from Metropolitan schools to matriculate at North Carolina State relatives of Halpern have indicated to disappointed N.Y.U. people that the financial blandishment placed before Halpern was too much to overlook in favor of the possible finer education he might receive at the New York school. Balkin To Speak Gilbert J. Balkin, director, .^.. Florida regional office. AntiYork City presented him with a Defamation League of B'nai large car in Brooklyn ... B'rith, will address the members football experts are giving Asof the First Jewish Congregation sistant Coach Al Sherman of the New York Giants credit for the development of Chuck Connelly, striking New York Giant quarterback and passer the Giants astounded the football world last week by beating the Cleveland Coral Gables, at their regular Sabbath services Friday, November 3, at 8 p.m., at the group's f temporary headquarters. 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Subject of Balkin's address will be "The Jew and Democracy." The New York Knickerbockers have gone into training at Bear i,4 cup dried red peppers i/t cup leaf parsley 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice Chop peppers and parsley together. Add salt and lemon juice. Place in covered container and let stand one or two days before using. Service with falafel. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned DOOM THE NOODLES WITH THE HOME-MADE FLAVOR! 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PAGE 4 B 9-JmlstncrkHan Myers' Mission To Israel (Continued from Page 1 B) the dancing and listening to the music from a waterfront cafe adjoining the hotel. Except for the lad that I know I am still in Israel, I could believe I was in Atlantic City or Miami Beach between 5th and 16th Streets. This is so different from Jerusalem. It is difficult to believe we are only forty or fifty miles away. It is the difference between Asiatic and western civilizations. Yet but a few miles away is Yaffa. and the kibbutz and the faim lands. I wrote you Monday or Tuesday about the tour through Israel. I remember now I described the < pening session. Well, we cont:nucd in session Tuesday and Wednesday, the Prime Minister and his entire cabinet attended all sessions and he continued to preside. The discussions were frjnk and heated—the UJA group insisting that the flow of philanthropic funds was slackening an.i in the light of the tremendous netd for investment funds, a bond :>sue was the only solution. The C( uncil's point of view was that we did not disagree with their conclusions but we thought there wore many serious disadvantages that had to be considered by the government before it made its | decision. The word battle raged. We met in committee several times at the Prime Minister's home—we drafted and redrafted statements, we presented facts figures and Wednesday afternoon late, the recommendations to the government of Israel were to: 1. Continue UJA within the welfare funds as heretofor. 2. Intensify all activities to increase the flew of private investments to Israel. 3. Float a bond issue. 4. Stimuate and encourage intergovernmental loans to Israel. The closing session was a dinner tendered to us by the government. It was dramatic and dignified. The Foreign Minister described the occasion as an historic and unusual one—never before had a government of any country invited citizens of another country to come to the foreign country to discuss its problems. We were then presented with souvenirs of the conference by Ben Gurion. This morning, we toured Jerusalem. About that city. I will tell you in detail when I return. lo see it is to live again as in Biblical days. The war damage is serious and extensive but it is more than compensated for by what its preservation did for the spirit of its people. Each man. woman and child takes personal credit and rejoices in his contribution during the siege. They would rather show you a damaged building where twenty Jews held off 200 Arabs than they would a dozen new factories. We saw New Jerusalem onlv. of course; the old city is stili in Arab hands. The border runs onlv 100 yards from the Hotel King David where we stayed. I visited the Hebrew University and (Council of Jewish Women) School of Education and will give you details. Suffice it to saw Council's money is being well "spent. We did a little shopping in the business section and then left at 6 p.m. for Tel Aviv. We will tour Tel Aviv and Galilee sections tomorrow; we will stay in Haifa tomorrow and Saturday night, back here Sunday night and then we leave for Paris. Myers chats with Yemenite immigrants in their transit tent "home." Sholom Women Adhere To Stage Axiom, Man Will Come To Dinner On November 6 ng to the tradition that i -':. %  '. must go <>n." Sisterd of Temple Beth Sholom will present "The Man Who Came I Dinner' as -cheduled on Nonber 6. ;n spite of the sudden illness of the leading man. Paul | Greene, who is now at Mt. Sinai H spital A professional actor. Robert M. LaFlower. has consented to step into the role of Sheridan Whiteside. although there is only one week left before the performance. A native of Detroit, he has had experience in theatre and radio as an actor and director. He is a graduate <,f the University of Denver and has worked in Little Theatre groups in Elkhart and South Bend. Indiana, and in Selma. Alabama. "The Man Who Came to Dinner" will be presented at 8:30 p.m. in the new Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Lillian Fox is directing the production. Mrs. Louis Stoff, drama chairman, is being assisted by Mrs. Bertram Waller and Mis. Eli Meltzer who are in charge of properties. Proceeds from the performance i will go to the temple religious school, the sisterhood's chief project. CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT French Cuisine NOW OPEN Serving 6 to 9 P.M. Everyday Telephone 2-8825 for Reservations 1630 N.E. 1st Court Harding Will Speak To Gables Men's Club Jack Harding, athletic director and former head football coach of the University of Miami, will speak briefly on the school's athletic policy and show movies of the Pittsburgh and Purdue games at the next meeting of the Men's Club of the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Tuesday. November 7, at 8:15 p.m. AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS 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 THEN TRY One-A-Day (UANO) Vitamins *et a e c aus a of genuine ONE-A-DAT (brand) Multiple ritamin capsule* Th*y COM only 12.00. Take OM each day fat 60 day*. If yon art not et> tlreljt Mtiafied, return the empty package to your druggiM and be will refund your money. Remember. rU tamini help keep your energy, oerree and digestion up to par. Money back U not delighted. Aak yew druggist for genuine ONS-A-DAT (brand) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, made by Miles Laboratories. Look rot the ngurs "1" on the blue package. Interest Of Youth In Declines With Age, 2 NEW YORKs (JTA)—Completion of a two-year study of the reactions of Jewish boys to various aspects of their Jewishness was announced this week jointly by the National Jewish Welfare Board and the Commission on Community Interrelations of the American Jewish Congress, which co-sponsored the study and are now making it available. The collective subject of the study were 166 boys, ranging in age from seven to seventeen, all affiliated with Jewish Community Centers in the New York metropolitan area. The data establishes that the younger groups have positive altitudes toward activities with Jewish content to a greater extent than do the older groups. The same applies in the matter of associating with Jews. The study goes on to reveal that as they grow older, Jewish youngsters manifest a lessening of interest in Jewish activities and associations. This development, however, the surveyors suggest, may be the result not of a rejection of their Jewishness—as is commonly assumed—but rather to a broadening of social and intellectual horizons. This, furthermore, is accompanied by a growing reluctance on the part of the maturing youngster to be socially and culturally isolated. Comparing the "low" socioeconomic status subjects with the "high," the study found that the former reveal a greater tendency to prefer activities with Jewish content. They are more likely to assume that being Jewish is a sufficient reason for engaging in Jewish-content activities and indicate that they feel more at home with Jews than among non-Jews. The "high" socio-economic status Jewish Activities -Year Survey Shorn hat ,f Jews ge togeth or a Jewish purpoM • therefore consider ^T -.h Jewish contentdpp ;;<* .n such group,. More ign ,2 are the finding,. (a)th8lyo ^ sters in this group ,,. J* interested in activities thaT 2 not have Jewish content t that they prefer a£T*J* tion, and (c) that they £* concerned about anti.j.u hostility. "nJewuk The study compares the m tudes of subjects coming g homes with intensive j e 2 background with those of limiw Jewish environment. It f^^, the former are more receoUvM. programs of Jewish content\t the same time they indicate erea er sensitivity m the matter i feeling "different" from oW people. By contrast, the fc." I whose home environment is W ishly limited show a prefe-enr! for general-content activities iS for mixed association. They ah give fewer indications that ihnl feel "different." They tend tolS upon Jewish-content activities remote but. under circumstanea which they regard as appropriate, they occasionally prefer such pnJ grams. The study, conducted bv Dr | Isidor Chein. director of research for the C.C.I.. and Jack Hurwiu. former research consultant of tit J.W.B.. was undertaken to gunk! centers in more effective pro. gramming for children and youth. The center's motivation in thai area of programming, it is pointea | out, is to help younger members to achieve a "wn >iesome identification with and satisfying par-1 ticipation ;n both the Jewish and general coinmumt.es of which! they are a p HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach LINDA BRANDS, Inc. 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)A Y_ NOVEMBER 3. 1950 -JewlstFhridian PAGE 5 B ho Speaks For Israel At The U.N.? DAVID NUSSBAUM KE SUCCESS. Two outK features of the two-and'. ng — „u nation of Israel old been ,llv reflected in the h Se's delegation to the Ln of nations. They make Ktion as unique as the ie v if represents. One is Ischaracteristic as a melting[na, onalities, and the other tit has become also a great V.pot of intellectuals and rs gathered from wide parts e globe. re is no doubt that the delegation is distinct from ers in the spread of former alities represented among elve members. From many rs of the world, they have along the highroad of the ational Zionist movement to the Homeland's battles in 0 rld organization. There are Africans, Lithuanians, Rusan Austrian, a Canadian, a an and an Argentine. There holars. legal experts, med%  uthorities, and agronomist lecomphshed linguists among 'As debaters, they are one s strongest teams. orator is the permanent of the delegation, Abba w ho doubles in brass as i's Ambassador to the United In an international poliorganization, which is also fernational debating society very nature, a delegate's Ities as a speaker are inly an attributehigh on the the qualifications by which Effectiveness and stature are In this department Eban be among the top in the UN on any te's list. A Cambridge persist in the King's English, is probably the sole delegate extemporaneous intervenin a debate can be taken d as flawless prose [point of fact, Eban took his %  s at Cambridge in lans, except that the languages idied were somewhat remote English. They were the tc ngues, and he went on arch and lecture in Arabic n and Hebrew literature. solid preparation for a al and diplomatic career in ddle East was doubtless not fat di liberate motivation, Mr. Eban stemmed from a sentative here and has pleading its case ever since. At 35, Eban is undoubtedly the youngest top delegates in the world organization (next youngest, it is presumed, is Poland's the Foreign Ministry, who drew up the state's draft constitution; Dr. Shmuel Eliashiv, Israel's Minister to Czechoslovakia and Hungary, former director of the popular Julius Katz-Suchy, also I f? r S .\J? U f ,? ean ***** f £. he a Jew), as well as probably the foreign offlce and for a number youngest ambassador in Washington, D. C. In 1945, he married Susan Ambache, daughter of Palestinian-born parents and last January their first child was born, a son they named Eli. Next in line in the delegation is Israel's consul-general in New York, Arthur Lourie. Short, faircomplexioned and reserved in nature, Lourie began a career with the Jewish Agency in 1933, when he gave up the practice of law to become political secretary of the Agency's London section, a position that brought him into association over a period of years with the then president of the Agency, Dr. Chaim Weizmann. Like Eban, Lourie came from a well-known Zionist family of South Africa and graduated at Cambridge where he was president of the University Zionist Society. Before joining Israel's diplomatic corps when the state was established, Lourie had acted for the Jewish Agency before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry in Jerusalem and had been secretary of the Jewish delegation at the "Round Table Conference" initiated by Neville Chamberlain and Malcolm MacDonald just prior to the White Paper. He was appointed director of the Agency office in New York in January, 1947. His wife, the former Jeanette Leibel, is executive secretary of Hadassah. The delegation's legal adviser and expert sitting on the UN Assembly's important legal committee is Dr. Jacob Robinson, who served in the same capacity in the Jewish Agency's delegation which presented the Jewish case to the United Nations. Once a member of the Lithuanian parliament and counselor of the Lithuanian Foreign Office at the League of Nations and the World Court, he has been head of the Institute of Jewish Affairs of the American and World Jewish Congresses and a consultant to the UN Commission on Human Rights. Author of many books and articles, he is a renowned expert in interational law and represents Israel in such of years a member of the central executive committee of Histadrut, Dr. Moshe Tov, an Argentinian and student of dietetics, who became a familiar figure as Argentine representative at many Zionist conferences and Congresses and is now the Foreign Ministry's expert on Latin America and the organizer of its Latin American division; Dr. Gideon Rafael, counselor to the Foreign Ministry and principal adviser to the permanent UN delegation, who was a Haganah commander during the Arab riots of 1936-39, later served Haganah on missions to Europe, assisted in preparing the Jewish case for the Nuremberg trials and served on the Jewish Agency's delegation during the UN deliberations on Palestine. Also acting as alternate representatives are Joseph Oren, an M.D. from the University of Vienna, who does triple duty as director of the Department of Social Medicine in the Ministry of Health, head of health and social affairs in the Foreign Ministry and chief delegate to the World Health Organization; Reuven Shiloh, senior counsel in the Foreign Ministry and negotiator of one of the existing armistice agreements; Cecil Heyman, economic counselor in the Washington embassy and a writer on economic subjects; Avraham Harman, consul-general in Montreal, who will direct Israel's new central office of information in New York; and I. L. Kenen, the delegation's director of information, who served in the same function with the Jewish Agency and was a founder and international vice president of the American Newspaper Guild. The first issue of the New York Weekly Journal, Nov. 15, 1733, contained an article on liberty of "the press. Tropical Groups To Hold Social A membership social will be sponsored jointly by Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and Tropical Women's Chapter on Sunday, November 5, at Beth Jacob Congregation. According to Mrs. Melvin Benner, president of the women's group, and Sam Kessler, lodge president, the affair is designed to encourage husbanfls and wives of both units to participate in the current membership cam-' paign. A full evening of movies, dancing and refreshments has been planned by the entertainment committees of both groups. Membership chairman, William Herzbrun, and co-chairrman, Frank Zieve, have announced that there will be a premier showing of the United Nations film, "Of Human Rights." Assisting with arrangements will be Alvin Budner, Leonard Uhr, Max Praslawsky and Howard Levine. Hank Meyer Speaks The Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom is slated to hold a meeting Thursday, November 2. at 8 p.m. in the temple patio, Frank Kamen, president, has announced. Hank Meyer, public relations counselor for Miami Beach, will discuss "The Political Future of Miami Beach." TYS Club Elects Sandra Friedman Sandra Friedman was elected president of the TYS club, teenage girl's group of the Miami Jewish Community Center, at a recent meeting. Others elected to office were Ruth Dixon, vice president; Renee Bobrow, secretary; Iris Nissinoff, treasurer; Phyllis Greenberg, sergeant-at-arms; and Anita Greenberg, Youth Council representative. The group meets at the center every Thursday at 8 p.m. 'With Malice Toward All* Will Be Aired Sunday "With Malice Toward All," latest program in the the New Frontier series, will be heard Sunday, November 5, at 10:45 a.m. over radio station WIOD. Produced by the Institute for Democratic Education, the New Frontier is presented in Greater Miami through the Anti-Defamation League's Florida regional office. 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Four months later he oack leading the fight to am the original decision for statt hood. His devastating on the proposal to revoke (on, which reduced that ('gn to ribbons, is recognized 1 stand-out episode in UN Two weeks after, he was s permanent repreas the problem of statelessness and missing persons. Israel's first-string line-up is rounded out with Zalman Aranne,' who went to Palestine in 19261 after studying agronomy at the University of Kharkov and is presently chairman of the Foreign affairs and defense-committee of the Knesset. Mr. Aranne has been an elected official of Histadrut for many years and has been General Secretary of the Mapai since November, 1948. The alternate representatives in the delegation include Dr. Yehuda Pinhas Kohn, political adviser in GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Reiilvering Our Specialty L. A G. 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A y NOVEMBER 3, 1950 • 'Jmlsii Fhridfiatn LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 7B -—" -r nv PUBLICATION Bff'&ncuiT COURT OF THE THK -V,Vvi DFRIEDMANN, ;,'• 124th St., ".: ,, Se York ,. I ,.,.,| IM serve a copy '.,." „,,!„. mil of Com&%.? Divorce .... the plaintiff's hi '" ; ,„ rile the original %  ">• ",', nice "f the Clerk of ',,.,.. or before the A IlB0; otherr\' riii of Complaint rpr Divorce, k;;:, 1 '. 1 ;, i herein, will be taken 'Florida, this the E''.' of i: '"LEATHEKMAN. ,-,,., n of the Circuit ''..int. pail* County, Florida. |"' %  %  %  "voi"w. STOCKING. 1 Deputy cieik. L Tl N \ FRIEDMAN, K 111,1B Miami, Florida. ilf/l-lO-lE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW L l T „|is HEREBY GIVEN that t undersigned, desiring to engage In •>" under the fictitious name of ""ISRINK PKTBRS al 730 Lincoln L, A ,'i.i Beach, Florida. Intends Stater Mid name with the Clerk ffc"cull Court of l>ade County. UKI.I.A If. BECKER Bole Owner If 11/3-10-17 "NOTICE BY PUBLICATION fflj CIRCUIT COURT OF THE s'lWENTll .HIUCIAL. CIRCUIT, AND Ki.l! DADE COUNTY, £0JUTM IN CHANCERY, No. TvK i; ri:EITAB, Plaintiff, vs. IiVlliX V FRBITAS, Iiefendant. TTALZIRA A. FREITAS. 355 j Uenue, San Leandro, California. IrMolred lu serve a ropy of your r m ih. Bill of Complaint for i on plalntlffa attorney, Rol.Ii SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road, gen. I'loi Ida, and file the filial in the office of the Clerk of (Court on or before the 16th of 'tmhrr. 1950, ollierwi.se a Decree | rill be entered against \. hall be ptililisheU once [ reek loi 'our consecutive, weeks jh,. j. %  %  I 1IIM. fc,,.,l ... tober 16. 1950. E H I.I :.\THERMAN, Clerk. tuit Cui i Seal) By K'M. W. BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. h-!i I! : 10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREItY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fi< titloua nami ol SHAW BURDICK al 1241 \ w 2ist Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the i'l,-rk of the circuit Court of Had.County Florida. WALTER SHAW SAMUEL BURDICK LEO BHBINBR Attnrnej for Applicants 302 Roper Bldg. Mlarfll, Florida 11/8-10-17-11 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW lOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BBderslgni :. di -n Ins to engage in L si the fictitious name of IJLCH PLUMBING CO. 1 not Inc.) at I Miami Beach, Florida, flull I Bister said name with the Irk nl the Circuit Court of Dado III Florida. MR HARRY DENBITZ -... o nor 10) BENJAMIN I Mr. Harry Denliitz WE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE |rol'.\T\ .Ml IflE'S •'. HUT, IlADH ll'STY, FLORIDA.—No. 16791. ESTATE .!•' DBA HKNSHAW I jDTICK i.. reby given that I have eporl and petition for as administratrix of wtati %  Cora Henshaw, deceased; In 15th day of November, I will upply to the Honorable m, County Judge of Dade Inly. Florida, for approval of said I for final discharge as Ix of the Estate of Cora ted. th daj of October, I960. ANNETTE HILL, As Administratrix of the Estate %  '' Henshaw, deceased, 8, HELM \N .v.KAPLAN "'it f.H Administratrix %  '.', 11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN' THE I'lltCCIT CtU'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 136294. HERBERT LIPKIND, Plaintiff, vs. DORIS COLODNY LIPKIND, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; DORIS COLODNY LIPKIND, 1 defendant c/o Mary Colodny 2224 South Highland Avenue Log Angeles 16, California You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain! for Divorce has 1 n filed against you, and you arc required to serve a copy Of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Turk & Newman. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 011 01 before the 26th day of November, 1950. if you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each week for four consecutive weekH in The Jewish Florid Ian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26 day of October, A.D. I9S0. E. I!. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, circuit court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By It. 'H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. TlltK SNEWMAN 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 11/3-1..-17-2I [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that .1, desii Ing to engage In I tie 1 the fictitious name of I"Al!h PRINTING at 18 Collins ml Beach, 1-hi., intends to I name with the clerk of 1 Uri-uit Court of Hade County, pos* ., HOWARD BUSHINSKY %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS llTI.MNAME LAW %  'Hi 1, is HEREBY OIVEN that [ Wed, desiring to engage in I .del the fictitious name of r i-'-.Ai.'i v si TiSeybold Bulld%  *„.'"" %  r'orlda, Intends t.. register t, !" V '"' "'" Clerk of the Circuit f' Dade County. Florida. iiv 1 ..., n ..V' l;l:,tT M CHISI.IN'I; ton ,VY ARONOVITZ Prt for Applicant [NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |"TIl'|.; HEREBY OIVEN that I [>' I. desiring to engage In flu '•',':'.' "'" "Ctitlous name of PALSI PER VALUE MARKET, at im'v ,'-,'"' Ave nue, Miami. Dade li;,;,,' '"' l| Intonds to register I' %  I'jWi,,, the clerk of the Circuit Fiof Dade County, Florida. |X i; sii^'.'. 1 .'" ROTTBNBBRQ LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., m NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage in t'-ni.ss under the fictitious name of Roj s Health shoes at 7950 N. E. 2nd ;,\'V M !;', 1 1 '-nd to register said name with the clerk „, ,,,,. circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HARRY BUXBAUM HAVIH FISHBEIN Owners FREDERICK H QROSSBERQ Attorney f,„. applicants ."I Biscayne Bldg. i" 20-27 11/3-10 %  V .,. N ,? TICE BY PUBLICATION '•.•' K'\ CIRCUIT IRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ob FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE V," 1 %  ~ IN CHANCERY, No. • NI ,\ N ^ V KRUMHOLZ, also known as MA X„ KR ,' MHOLZ, Plaintiff, vs. BETTY_KRUMHOLZ, Defendant. I": IM.l TV KRUMHOLZ 2390 Tlebout Ave., Bronx %  ',, New York You are required to sei v a cony of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the office or the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 25 day of November, A.D. I:.:."; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for liivorce. heretofore fii.-d herein, will be taken as confessed by you Dated al Miami. Florida, this the 23 day of (let., [5o, E B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade Counts, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: w.M. w. BTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla. 10/27 ll/:i-lu-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRcriT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIR.'I'IT IN AND FOR HADE cul'NTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No, 136128. EIliENIA CORNISH, Plaintiff, vs. OBOROE FRANCIS CORNISH, Iiefendant. TO: Mr. George FVanols Cornish, 229 Beach, mth street Belle Harbor, I>mg Island New York YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint in the above cause for Divorce, on the plaintiff's attorneys, ami file the original In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court, on or bei*..re November 17. I960, otherwise said Pill of Complaint will lie taken as confessed by vou. Hated this 19 day of October, 1950. E. It. LEATHBRMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court 1 )ade County, Florida. (Circuit Curt Seal) By; \VM. W. BTOCKINO, I leputy Clerk. MI ERS, HBIMAN AKAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff 650 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 10/20-2" 11/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. I36S59. II Y.MAN SHINS. Plaintiff, vs. LEE SHIN'S. Defendant. SI1T FOR DIVORCE TO: Mrs. Lee Shins c o Shapiro 221 South lath Street Allen:..u 11, Pennsylvania Yon, Lee Shins, are hereby notified that a BUI of complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy "f your Answer or Pleading to "the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Joseph II. Gang, 346 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and tile the original Answer or Pleading in the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of November, lrCiO. If you fail to do so. judgment bj default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill 'if < lomplaint. This notice shall be published once ,ach week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 311th day of October, AvD. 1900. B. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida. (Circuit c t Heal) By W.M. W JOSEPH H. GANZ Attorney for Plaintiff 11 S-10-17-24 ST. ..'KINO. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at 111 N. E. 6th Street, Miami, Honda, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RALPH BIRSCH MAURICE BIRSCH 11/3-10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under I he fictitious name ..I HOTEL M< IRR1S al 1890 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, l lorldu, ntenda 1 ) register said name with the lerg "i the Circuit Court of Dade County, F1 '"'" la -' MORRIS WACHHOLDBR GENET & GENET, ESQS. Attorneys for Applicant 11/3-111-17-21 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE is herebj given thai FANNIE (FAYE) TUPLER and IRVING GREENBERG, wl... formerly eonducted a co-partnership under the firm nam. ol GENERAL HARDWAREl O., 1611-21 N.w. !6th street. Miami, have dissolved their partnership, and thai n>, -aid business will hereinafter oe inducted solely bj IRV1N0 GREENBERG; thai all personconcerned are herebj notified that FANNIE (FAYE) TUPLER is no longer connected with said business and is nol responsible for an) debts arising out "' sara business: and that the said IRVINO GREBNBERQ herebj assumes ine debts ..r the former partnership conducted by them. ,, THIS NOTICE shall be published once a week for a period of two Weeks in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN. GERSHON MILLER Attorney for General Hardware Co. 311 i.in.oin Road, Ml iml Beach, Ma. 11/3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underalgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Florsheim Shoe store, 21.'. East Flaglei St., Miami, Fla., Florsheim Shoe Shop, 64'J Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla., intends to register said name with th Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida COWEN-BULBIN SHOE STORES, INC. 10/27 11/3-10-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JU IAI, CIRCCIT OF I'l.oltlDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136079. JOSIP IVIN, Plaintiff, vs. TOM EC A IVIN, TVfendant. TO: TOMECA IVIN. Zara, Lukoran, Jugoslavia. You 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 the 20 day of November, A.D. 1950; Otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 16 day of October, 1950. !•:. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk of the ( "ircuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By \VM. W. STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff 1023 Seybold 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 name of Circle insurance Ageni ) at 1220 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ARNOLD P, IP ISBN C. A HAAS C. R. SAPIRO MYERS, HBIMAN .v KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 10/27 11/3-HI-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EMBASSY RESTAURANT at 1357 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH.intends to register said name with the ci.ik of the circuit Court .d Dade County, Florida. EMBASSY RESTAURANT, INC. (iwners BEIUCK ,* SHAPIRO Attorneys for applicant IL'" Lincoln Road in 27 11/3-10-17-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT col'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136246. ANN JOSEPHINE McNULTY, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY, I >efi iidaut To: WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY, Resldi ni • L'nknown. You are required to serve n copy of your answer to the BUI Of C plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney. and to file the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the I 'ilcllll Com I on or before the I'.", .l.i.v of November, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill ol Complain) for Divorce. heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by D.'ited at Miami. Florida, tills the 24 dav of Oct., 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. |ir", Sevbold Bldg., Miami. Florida 10 21 11 3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai th.. undersigned, desiring to 1 nga business under the fictitious name Ol SOUTH MIAMI DRUG STORE at 318 N'oi Hi 2nd Road, South Miami. Honda, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit I ourl of Dade r """ ,V SAMUEL W. ROSENBLATT El.KY STONE IAttorney for Samuel W Rosenblatt 10/27 11/3-10-17 y*t***/tA 11 TAYLOB CENTER, MICHIGAN YOU are required to serve a copy ol your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's att and to file the original answer iii the Office of the Clerk Of the Circtl.t Court on or before the 18th day of November, A.D. 1950; othi s Ise 1 Bill of complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED al Miami. Florida, on this 10 day of October, 191 I. 1: B LEATHBRMAN, Cl.-rk of circuit Court Dade Countv, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. C, FEIGE, Deputy Clerfc. Name and Address of Plaintiff's Soii.-itor, NORMAN l: l.Y. INS I'll (llympla Building Miami, Florida. 10 13 2"-27 11/3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE! COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 135917. ESTHEB 11 Y.MAN, Plaintiff, vs. DANIEL J HY.MA.N. Defendant, SUIT FOB DIVORCE TO: DANIEL J, HY.MA.N, Resident e L'nknown You arc hereby notified that a Bill of Complain) for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are 1. q to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton A. Friedman, 1023 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the origin Answer or Pleading In the office %  f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9 day ..f November, I960. If vou fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for tho relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami. Florida, this 9 daj of October, A.D. 1950. !•: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) B) WM. W. BTOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law, 1021 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10/13-20-27 11/3



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 3, 1950

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 3, 1950

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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lexwiislbJEIIiDiPidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
3 NUMBER 44
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
jn Dollar Loan Approved
At Washington Conference
latives of all major
Ezations in the United
onference also urged
Iniunitics throughout
to immediately ini-
liti 1 -
il.
ition endorsing "as
Practicable and fully
[h< : iposals adopted
Jerusalem to raise
ZM>-"' which $500-000--
furnished by the
NGTON, (JTA)A call to American Jewry to supply
qh the UJA with S50.00O.000 in 60 days to meet the
Is of the country was issued here Sunday at the
lion of the four-day National Planning Conference
nd Jewish Rehabilitation attended by 1,200 leaders
'thousands of Jews from lands
where their political and eco-
nomic status is precarious and
their right to live freely as Jews
iimuiaicj "- I js restricted or denied. The United
____ Jewish Appeal 1 Jewish Appeal, commanding the
Kl. support of all American Jews, has
. endorsing "as' been, and must continue to be,
acticable and fully I our most potent weapon in the
iposals adopted ) rescue of hundreds of thousands
Jerusalem to raise 1 of our people, their rehabilitation
.. of which $500,000.- I in many lands and the settlement
i by the j of the vast majority in Israel.
tor a three-year This conference therefore calls on
,i consolidation and I all American Jews to greatly in-
l : Israel's economy, | tensity their efforts on behalf ot
McGill To Speak To Beach Zionists
be made by the government of
Israel to float a public loan in the
United States as a means of ob-
taining funds for the financing of
its constructive programs.
"4. The progress which Israel
has already registered in the de-
velopment of its economic struc-
ture and the favorable conditions
created by the government of Is-
rael for private investment should
be made the basis for increased
efforts to encourage American in-
vestors to participate in the ex-
pansion of business enterprises j
which can bring profitable re-'
turns, and also serve as a vital
factor in Israel's attainment of
self-sufficiency.
"We call for the mobilization of
all forces of American Jewry and
the support of the entire Ameri-
can nation on behalf of this pro-
Ralph McGill, noted editor,
author and lecturer, will address
the season's first open meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
on Thursday, November 9. at 8:15
p.m. in the banquet hall of Temple
Beth Sholom, according to an an-
nouncement by Alex Van Straat-
en, president, and Seymour B.
Liebman, program chairman. Mc-
Gill's topic will be "Israel Today."
McGill visited Europe in 1938
and left there convinced that the
lou.-ly
rael s economy, j tensiiv tneir enorih on uencm i v.... ........-..-. ~.....- F ,
adopted at the I the United Jewish Appeal so that, gram, inspired by the example of
,..... 11 i_ ____ ___ll.Wl. ik. Ihi] nn^nlo nf Israel llP f llppnlv
1 Edward M. M.
h: : man of the Joint
Committee, presided.
ill n adopted by the
jtes at session reads:
jlieve that the Ameri-
lich is seeking to
forces of demo-
[very corner of the
i to aid Israel as a
native democratic
: high moral in-
fe therefore urge the
I the United States
lei ihruugh grants-in-
d through other forms its industrial and economic and
support that have
I ; by our govern-
luither the cause of
j 1 vei ywhere.
ation has the his-
II nity of completing
btion of hundreds of
Samuel, Lilienthal, Shirer To
On Beach Center Forum Series
Welles, Maurice
jvid E. Lilienthal and
Shiierfour of the
f lecturers were
Irsday as the members
there shall be made available the
increased funds required for res-
cue, transportation, reception and
the initial stages of settlement in
Israel.
"3. The funds available through
the United Jewish Appeal can
meet at most only basic relief and
initial resettlement needs. There-
fore, the conference calls upon
the Jews of the United States to
provide other resources to enable.
Israel to realize its great oppor-
tunities for the complete absorp-
tion of the newcomers through
the people of Israel itself. Deeply-
aware of the magnitude of our
responsibilities, we accept them
with confidence."
Kinq Gustav Mourned
STOCKHOLM. (JTA) The
World Jewish Congress, in a
ige of condolence to the
family of King Gustav of Sweden,
who died this week at the age of
92. emphasized the late monarch's
"humanitarian sentiments."
eturned to see U-.= nation actually
restored to life after 2.000 years.
"It seemed to me. "wrote McGill
in his recent book, "Israel Re-
visited." "that I had touched there
on the frontier farms, in the small
holder cooperatives and in the
spirit of the people, the realness
of the brotherhood of man."
World-famed editor of the At-
lanta Constitution, McGill's arti-
cles have been published and read
throughout the United States and
South America. He is an adviser
to the State Department and as
a lecturer, has appeared on the
Town Hall radio program and the
Chicago University Round Table
of the Air.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. member
of the executive of the Southeast-
ern Region. ZOA. will install the
officers and directors of the dis-
trict.
Musical selections will be of-
fered bv Pauline Fried, soprano,
who will be accompanied at the
piano by her husband. Herman
Fried.
Seymour B. Liebman stated
I "This is the first of eight monthly
meetings which will be tendered
by the Beach District as a com-
munity service. There will be no
solicitation of funds and all are
invited."
Burnett Roth, membership
chairman of the district, will
participate in the program by in-
troducing all new members.
In el : arrangements for
the meeting is Leonard H. O.
Members of the program commit-
into fact" In 1946 he went to Is-I tee include Ben Zion Ginsburg
rael. In the spring of 1950. he and Sydney J. Greenberg.
McGill
idea of a Jewish homeland was
one which had to be translated
agricultural development. With
full confidence in Israel's capacity
to achieve economic stability and
self-sufficiency and to fulfill all *
obligations it will assume, we
pledge our fullest cooperation for
the success of any effort that will
Four Jewish Leaders To
Headline JDC- USNA Meet
\m The Jewish community of Greater Miami is preparing [0Ja{j^ fflLJTSS^WS
qala welcome for four leaders of American Jewry, who will oe J)C Souln Egst region. are co-
quests here Saturday and Sunday. November 4 and 5, at the j cnairmen of the conference.
i Hotel Sorrento, Miami Beach, where a conference will take
pnter Forum Series of
Alfred Stone, forum
ties, sponsored by the
ib of the Miami Beach
enter, will be held at
r. 1701 Washington Ave.
Jens the series, which
mue through April 1, on
y night, January 24.
'; Between the Worlds,"
d theme of the series.
esented by the four men
many points of view.
n expert in Pan Ameri-
far Eastern affairs, and
>e of the leading author-
European politics, are
to augment Lilienthal's
study of the giobal
struggle. Samuel, outstanding
Jewish writer, will deal with the
position of Israel and world Jewry
in the current international crisis.
Welles, former Under Secretary
of State, will discuss the major
problems which must be solved
to secure a durable peace. After
having served for 10 years as
Under Secretary of State, he re-
turned to private life during
which he has edited a column on
foriegn affairs for the New York
Herald Tribune syndicate. He has
written several books credited
with influencing American for-
iegn policy, including Foui
Freedoms." "Where Are We
Heading?" and "We Need Not
Fail"
Samuel, scheduled to talk Sun-
day, February 18. is the author of
"You Gentiles" and "The Great
Hatred." He is also widely known
as the translator of the great
Jewish writers. Chaim Nachman
Bialik, Sholem Asch.and others.
Lilienthal. who will speak Wed-
nesday, March 14, is the former
chairman of the United States
Atomic Energy commission and
has been a controversial political
figure for more than two year*.
Af chairman of the commission
for three years from 194. until
1950, Lilienthal carried one of
the greatest burdens of admims
trative responsibility in tne
Thlrlr. who will close out the
series Sunday, April 1, is s H best
known as the author of BerUn
Diary," but he has a large follow
ing for his weekly Mutual Broad-
casting System news .
aries. Shirer returned from Eu-
mne late this summer, marking
he took part in the 1948 air tm
operation.
Hotel Sorrento, Miami oeuui, -*- t---- ---- -
place under the combined auspices of the United Service for jj <^ Ambassador
New Americans and the Joint Jewish Federation of New Or- _x______m 1~-~
leans; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
member of the national board of
Returns To Israel
NEW YORK, (JTA)Ambas-
the United Service for New sador James G. McDonald sailed
Americans; Harold Kramer, ex- | this week from the United States
ecutive director of the Jewish
Vocational Service; and Ben
Stark, executive director of the
Jacksonville Jewish Community
Council.
Th Sunday afternoon sessions
will be featured by talks by Dr
to Israel after spending about two
months in Washington conferring
with the State Department on
various problems concerning
American-Israel relations. When
he first arrived in the U. S. for
his current visit it was reported,
that the Ambassador was re-
Distribution Committee.
The quartet of distinguished
visitors includes Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, director general of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, Arthur Green-
leigh, executive director of the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans, and Edwin Rosenberg
honorary president of the United
Service for New Americans.
Leavitt, who will be keynote
speaker at the Saturday evening
dinner session, has just returned
from a two months overseas trip u
during which he visited and in- ; "ar?>",ion making his first visit to IsraeL
spected JDC installations over- at this -essum ^ Mp R nberg intends to remain
seas and in Israel and participated 19J0aBm5nedJewish Appeal ot I in Israel several weeks to study
with more than 40 other prom.'H he Greater Miami Jewish Fed- conditions there.
nent American Jewish leaders in lJ------------------.-------.-----------------------_-------------------
a conference with Israeli Prime
Minister David Ben Gurion.
Another speaker at the Satur- ,
day night session will be Rosen-
berg, former president of the
United Service for New Ameri-
cans who will give the story of
that organization's resettlement
operations.
A workshop session will be held
Sunday morning. This will cover
resettlement problems, including
will De leaiureu uy '> .JT sienine
Ben Gurion Selects 13-Man Cabinet
TFRIISALEM (JTA)David Ben Gurion Monday announced to
the Israel Parliament the formation of a 13-man Cabinet following
he reaching of an agreement between the Israel Labor Party. Mapai
and the Religious Bloc. The Knesset was scheduled to vote on the
"^Meanwl^jIckGering. a non-party member and prominent
South African financial expert, agreed to join the Cabinet following
a conference with leaders of the Mapai who pledged that reserva-
resettlement problems, menu...* w h h had concerning his prerogatives as Minister of trade
migration, housing, employment """j^^,.,. would be settled after he joins the government,
wd social adjustment Part.c.-; and nidusuy % o ^ Mapai d the Religious Bloc
"nts in this session will include
Albert Comanor formerly assist-
ant executive director of the
United Service for New Amei -
cans and recently named execu-
tive director of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau of Greater Miami,
Max C. Gettinger, director of
budgeting and community plan-
ning of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Nathaniel W. Bron-
stein. executive director of the
family service- division of the
A ioint statement issueu u; n= *-* ----- _. ..;
Siid that they agreed to support the coalition government until
January l when elections will be held. The agreement was abo
sianed bv Dr Pinhas Rosen, leader of the Progressive Party, who
has acted as mediator between the two parties. The agreement is
considered by Observers here as a victory for Psermer Ben Gurion
The joint statement said that the parties had agreed, to main-
tain the status quo in religious practices; to proclaim freedom of
lain me 3iaiu;._ h ___-_____i tv, tho atrrppment of the
f tain the status quo in icujiuui |*..v..., -- >-----------
J conscience; to import,kosher meat.only with.the af reement o the
S^^MaFi^ttTlWiSlou. Wm. In the event of disagree-
ment the matter would be decided by the full Cabinet. The Mizrachi
reversed the position which it took and promised to vote for the
new' Cabinet.


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"How Jewish Should A Jewish Home Be?"
Panel Topic At Academy Women Meeting
"How Jewish Should a Jewish mother's report. Mrs. Jack Katz.
Home Be?" will be the topic of chairman of the weekly Oneg
discussion by a group of experts Shabbat celebration for children
at a "Town Hall Tonite" meeting I between the age of seven and
sponsored by the Hebrew Aca- thirteen will talk on her activities.
demy Women. Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff. publicity chairman has
announced.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Moses Mescheloff, Gladys Schif-
rin. Paul Plotkin. Lewis Escott.
The meeting, originally sched- Nathan Benenfeld Harry Faber.
uled for October 17. will take Harry Katz. Gertrude Yesner and
place in the school auditorium on Melvin Pazol._____________
lay, November 7, at 8 p.m.
Participants in the panel will B'nai B'rith Will
be Mis. Irving Lehrman. com- __ n l r\
mun:ty leader: Rabbi Alexander Honor l>erle Un
S. Gross, principal and dircdor n.j:ftDpnnJpnf
of the academy: Macy Kn.nsberg. ] tvdaiO DrOdUldSl
prominent lay leader from International president of B'nai
Charleston. S. C: and Abraham I B'rith. Frank Goldman, will be
Boxerman. director of adult ac- I heard with Comedian Milton
- of Jewish Centers Asso-i Berle on a nation wide radio
n of Greater Miami. Mrs. I broadcast over NBC on Sunday.
Alfred Stone, program chairman. November 5. at 11:30 p.m. to 12
will moderator. midnight (EST). it is announced
Mrs. L iuis Makovsky will pre- by C. R. Jacobson. director of the
side over a short business session j B'nai B nth Council here
and a report will be given by Mrs. I Local outlet for the program
Samuel Cohen, chairman of the will be station WIOD and the
pictorial journal project. Mrs. program will be heard by all
Alexander Kogan will give a room B'nai B'rith Lodges as part of
------------------------------------------------- the current membership cam-
paign. A dramatization entitled.
"A Family Affair" will be pre-
sented, depicting the varied
es and programs of B'nai
B'rith.
Milton Berle will receive a
Meyers To Attend Meet
Benjamin Meyers. Miami com-
munal leader, will attend the
[ fifth annual national council
meeting of the Joint Defense Ap-
peal opening Friday. November
1 10. in Cincinnati. Ohio.
The three-day parley, which
will continue through Sunday.
November 12. at the Hotel
' Netherland-Plaza. will be the
largest assembly of the year de-
i voted to the problem of fighting
anti-Semit.srr and promoting
better community and humar
relations.
Miami Watchmaker
Winner Of Awards
A Miami watchmaker. 66-y<
: ; Bernard K once one
of Eui ;>'.- most famous watch- citation from International Presi-
e than 40 rs dent Frank Goldman for his
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achievements in civic and inter-
faith work in the pas; year.
Gables Zionists
Re-Elect Lyons
Norman R. Lyons, Miami at-
torney, was re-elected president
of the Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
trict.
Lyons is also a member of the
administrative committee of the
Southeastern Region Zionist Or-
ganization and a member of the
board, of the Florida District i
Zionist Organization. He is also
heard twice weekly over radio |
station WTTT as a news com- i
mentator in the feature "Jewish
News and Views Around the
World."
Other officers include vice
presidents. Rabbi Morris Skop,
Oscar Lelchuk and Morris Simon:
corresponding secretary. Mrs. i
Morris Simon; financial secretary,!
Meyer Fine: recording secretary,
Sheldon Lelchuk; and treasurer,
Manuel C. Barkin.
Kaplan Unveiling
The unveiling 0f \
to the memory of\hJ>
Rhea Kaplan. daughj*
^s. Max Sch^^f
Place Sunday, November, ,
P.m. at Mt. Nebn r 5M
Rabbi Murray1^ rj^J
" "* anot-
her son Burton; a daughj*1
Lenore Schwartz, of Miw
s-ster, Mrs. Leonora
Hy. Martin M.M
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Rabbi Max Shapiro will begin
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Saf ad: A Heritage Of Mysticism
hndenntf
nbles
lquc scene
into the labyrinth that is old Safad,
int0 artists sitting at easels painting the
[stumble l,u~hy'gun has "baked the "white stone
i yellow brown. There are no trees.
P* !nt,0nneara unbelievably old. You wonder
r^thing fPPr'tiong walked the serpentine lanes
}' m:'"i .To -in'd down the Holy City. Excepting
ff.m i 1 ue in Israel offers the artist greater
isalem- .. stood during Roman times. In
iralln'i cemetery, the caretaker points out the
jyg,. Prophet Hosea.
Li. ir.tit Century
"^however, not until the 16th_century that
"!!! the apex of its fame. Then Solomon
K'iK* wrote Lecha Dodi of the Friday Eve
ika among the great religious poems
Here Jacob Berav attempted and
ber,
|an> I "in" reconvening the ancient San-
fco t cull Caro codified all Jewish Law and
"/it into the Shulchaq Amen. Salamo Molcho,
l'ugf Portugal and Christianity, absorbed suf-
F. rThalistic lore to set out upon a Messianic
" which landed him upon the burning stake.
Pordovero harmonized and fashioned the
i. into a system and a philosophy. The An
In? seems to have unlocked the secrets of nature
TShiEw Cabalistic words and phrases with
ldou> results. Joseph de la Riana, weary of the
wait applied his Cabalistic powers to hasten
rooming of the Messiah. He fell into sin and
teited his soul to the demon Samael.
Ciiisfi Exiles
this rich store of history, legend and creative
fck'na resulted from the arrival of refugees, who
Ce in 1492 exiled from Spain. The more worldly
lowed the trade routes and settled in Rome, Venice,
Cairo, Salonica, Constantinople. But the pure in
heart sought the reason for their chastisement. They
discovered refuge and consolation in mystical study.
In Messianism they found hope and the will to carry
on. The unworldly, the scholarly, the saintly made
Safad a citadel of piety, of Talmudic and Cabalistic
concentration. In the almost all Jewish city of about
7000 souls, they spent a minimum effort in practical
pursuits. Their fullest energies were consumed in
prayer, in study, in esoteric speculation.
A Spiritual Capital
The tidings of a new capital for Judaism spread
throughout the Galut. By tacit consent, primacy was
accorded to the sages of Safad. Their decisions were
sought and accepted as the highest Rabbinical au-
thority. The Lecha Dodi was given a prominent place
in the Sabbath ritual, not only by reason of its
excellence, but also because of its place of origin.
The Shulchan Auruch set out immediately upon its
triumphal course. Until this day it holds a preeminent
place as authority on Jewish law, parallel with
Miamonides and the Talmud.
Its Aftermath
' The pietistic past could not but leave its indelible
mark. Radio and electricity cannot obliterate the
autere atmosphere that haunts the somber place.
Thirty-two synagogues are the visible heritage of the
mystical era. Patiarchs with flowing beards and cork
screw side curls attest to the presence of Chassidism,
which followed in the wake of Cabalism. Modernism
has not yet dissolved the austerity, the odor of
sanctity, the medieval twilight that permeate the
Jewish quarter.
It is but natural for folklore to flourish in such
fertile soil. The amazing events of the Arab-Jewish
war have already given rise to a cluster of legends.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
The sudden flight of the Moslem population for no
apparent reason has been explained along rational
lines. Yet the interpretation has phenominal over-
tones and is tinged with hints of divine intervention.
The Siege .
About 12000 Arabs lived in Safad. The Jewish
population of scarcely 2000 was largely of the tradi-
tional ghetto type. Mohammedans and Christians in-
habited the surrounding villages. A garrison of 4000
troops, chiefly foreign Arabs, held the city and the
heights that command Safad. which itself spreads
over several tall hills. Their military position seemed
impregnable. Against such intrenched forces a Jewish
company of 280 set- out to storm the city. Several
times thev were repulsed. The situation appeared
hopeless for the Haganah within the Jewish quarter.
The Flight ,
Suddenly the Arab troops, the Arab population,
the Arab villagers made a bee-line for the Syrian
and Lebanese borders. What caused them to forsake
their homes and their possessions is considered in
Safad a miracle. They say the Haganah within Safad
radioed their besieging pals that their condition was
desperate. The Palmach commander replied with a
A.B. (in Hebrew the code letters for atn brariah,
meaning you have no recourse), which the listening
Arabs interpreted as the Atom Bomb. Shortly there-
after, a heavy downpour drenched the city. A Moslem
school teacher declared he had read that the atomic
explosion is preceded by a heavy rain. The entire
Arab population became terror stricken and fled.
The explanation sounds reasonable enough. Yet the
timely combination of physical elements which psy-
chological terror has a vague supernatural twist, the
peculiar touch of holy Safad. The resulting miracle
is that the overwhelming Arab settlement of the
Safad area has become exclusively Jewish.
and
Phi
Inter Youth To
Elect Leaders
Lorris Levitt, AZA 322
feanne Nelson, BZB and
Ima Tau. have been nominated
the presidency of the Miami
Irish Community Center Youth
uncil. Elections will be held
[Monday. November 6, at 8 p.m.
|the center.
Other candidates for office in-
de Lila Pearl, Suzanne Nelson
| Burton Weiss, vice president;
W Frank, June Moser, Myra
las. Joanne Hablow and Eileen
turner, corresponding secre-
[r June Moser, Sandra Dubbin,
a'Pearl, Eileen Schumer and
line Frank, recording secretary;
Da Pearl. Barbara Gardner, Don
Mn, Flora Seltman, Eileen
burner and Al Zatman, treasur-
! and Joanne Hablow, Sandra
Ibbin, Barbara Gardner, Lila
|arl. Suzanne Nelson, Eileen
humer. Al Zatman and Bruce
Ix. serjeant-at-arms.
Hadassah Group To Hold
Membership Tea
A membership tea will be given
by the Miami Beach Business and
Professional Group of Hadassah,
on Sunday, November 5, at the
Miami Community Jewish Center.
In charge of the affair is Mrs.
Peter Brod, membership chair-
man, who is being assisted by
Edythe Bernstein, program; Mar-
alene Lurie, refreshments; Fay
Paul, publicity.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will
speak on "Hadassah Women Share
in Making Jewish History."
The Israeli movie, "House in
the Desert," will be shown.
ew Girls' Unit Formed
Th-.' Miami Jewish Community
Inter Youth Council announces
addition of Phi Sigma Tau. a
jen-ase girls club, to its mem-
|rship. The club meets regularly
Wednesday evening at the
iter,
Officers include Shirley Rosen-
um. pri sident; J.ianne Hablow,
Be president; Sandra Dubbin,
brel and Suzanne Nelson*
Beth El PTA Meets
Season's first meeting of the
Beth El PTA was held Wednesday
evening at the Beth El Center.
The meeting was opened by
Mrs. Herman Cantor, president,
and the gathering was greeted by
Sidney H. Palmer, congregation
president. Rabbi Alexander Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Academy,
spoke on "The School and the
Home, the Two Vital Factors in
Jewish Education."
Rabbi Murray Grauer, spiritual
leader of Beth El, reported on
progress of the school and plans
for the coming semester. Joe
Zalis, chairman of the board of
education, presented the financial
report.
The newspaper has been called
the common man's university.
Bonds For Beds
Campaign Goes
Into High Gear
An intensive campaign to get
out at least 50 per cent plus one
of the Dade County freeholders
to vote was reaching high gear
this week in the Bonds for Beds
drive at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, as the November 7 election
approached.
For the bond issue to be sue- .
cessful, approximately 70,001 free-
holders must vote and a majority j
of those voting must favor the
bonds to provide $6,000,000 for
expansion of Jackson Memorial's
bed facilities.
The county's public school chil-
dren also have been mustered into
service to see that their parents
and neighbors, who are freehold-
ers, take the time to go t
polls.
A countv-wide organization has
been formed to provide trans-
portation to the polls and even
baby sitters for the convenience
of the voters. Anyone needing
transportation, who resides north
aster should occur, it would result I teriological or other as yet undis-
in a real catastrophe, and the I closed methods of modern war-
possibility of an enemy attack j fare, would bring about mdescrib-
with casualties from atomic, bac- I able chaos, authorities disclosed.
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Isaiah Women To Meet
A meeting of the Sisterhood of
Temple Isaiah is scheduled for
Monday, November 6, at 1:30 p.m.
at the Shore Club Hotel, it has
been announced by Mrs. Abe
Schonfeld, president.
Included on the program will
be piano selections by Mrs Alva
Grafflin and an original skit de-
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Mae Van Ness. B. Tupler Alvin
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EDITORIAL
Hook Month
Jewish Bcok Month, which has enriched Jewish
community life for nearly a decade, will be ob-
served this year throughout the nation from
November 3 to December 3. Its advent is rich
cause for jubilation.
Under the leadership of the Jewish Book Council
c: Americawhich is sponsored by the National
Jewish Welfare Boardthe month has continued
to flourish and gain widest acceptance. Close to
2000 Jewish organizations in "500 communities
across the country will sponsor exhibits, lectures,
forums, symposia, plays, book fairs, radio and
television programs. Many of these events will be
ccmmunity-wide in character.
Young and old, youth and adults, even toddlers
in nursery schools will be part of the celebration.
Overseas, Jewish Book Month will be observed
in-South America, South Africa, Australia, Canada
end England.
There is nothing sectarian or stuffy about the
observance of Jewish Book Month. It is not a
srhclar's month it belongs to the masses of Jews
down to the grass roots of America.
It will be observed by Jewish Community
Cer.'ers synagogues, schools, Hillel Foundations,
youth councils end Zionist groups. In many
instences we Community Centers,
syncgegues and schools working together on pro-
grams. In large numbers of veterans' hospitals
. :-ry posts Jewish chaplains and JWB
armed services workers have scheduled events.
Jewish Book Month affords an opportunity for
inventory of the Jewish literary treasures
in contemporary life at the disposal of each of us.
TO BE ACTED UPON
At the same time, the Jewish Book Council of
Americaan alliance of the literary interest of
the Jewish communitybids us turn our thoughts
to the greatest of all books, the Bible, along with
the classics of the past. It bids us get renewed
joy, edification and inspiration.
it Ihx'.sn'l Add 1p
The recent report that the National Co
of Christians and Jews was sponsoring *"*
faith program over a Los Anqeles rad""*
whose owner has been accused of Zt*"6*
ordering his broadcasters to doctor newsT*
anti-Semitic lines is, to say the least n k ^
fusing. &" *
It is true we aren't familiar with all the d 1
of the case against G. A. Richards, owner ahJ
station. But we do know that the American I
Congress and other responsible organi^ti
have made the issue a public one, to the en J
asking the Federal Communications Commit 1
to revoke Richards' license. We also kncwil!!
Richards is currently on trial before a Fed*3i
board. This does not of course mean that [T
guilty. No man under our system of law.
deemed guilty before he is convicted by a J!
of his peers, and we must assume that Richari
is innocent until proven otherwise. However then
is an adage where there is smoke there is fire in|
there has been so much smoke around Richj I
that we cannot help feeling that somewhere Si
is fire.
Under these circumstances we feel that fa
National Conference of Christians and Jews erred
in using Richards' radio station facilities evenb
co noble a purpose as disseminating inter-faJH
propaganda. Unless, of course the sponsors wen
motivated by the ancient Jewish saying that the
"pig is tref but his bristle is kosher."
Centei To Set Up
Teen-Age Lounge
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[ the Mian J .'ish Coi
Cenl the 1 n- li partment
its v. n >m anr.
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State Legislators
To Address Lodge
The Hon. B. Elliott, speaker of
the Florida House of Representa-
tives, will headline the meeting
of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on
Tuesday. November 7. at 8:15 p.m.
at Beth El.
Sharing the spotlight with him
will be State Senator R. B.
Gautier and Representatives
ge Okell. Robert L. Floyd
ante Fascell. The legislators
will discuss "The 1951 State Leg-
re."
Jacobson's Paintings
Shown In Gables
Five oil paintings by the local
artist. Charles R. Jacobson. will
be exhibited in Coral Gables this
week as part of that city's ob-
servance of National Art Week.
The display is sponsored by the
Coral Gables Artists Club, of
which Jacobson is a member. He
exhibited in three one-man shows
here during the past year, featur-
ing abstractions and "non-objec-
tive" studies.
Pictures will be shown in. the
following merchants' windows:
Flagler-Granada
Unit To Meet
Women's Activities Group of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center is holding
weekly meetings at the center. 50
N.W. 51st Place, on Tuesdays at
Lincoln Radio Shop. 62 Miracle
Mile: Sherry's Shoes. 2336 Ponce
de Leon Blvd.: Brady's Camera
Shop. 2209 Ponce de Leon Blvd.:
Sample Shoes. 2302 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. and Redell's Furniture.
1822 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
12 p.m., according to U
I Clein. chairman. Members se
I asked to bring sewing material
'as the afternoons will be devotf
[to making articles for a bazaar to
i be held during the winter season, I
Mrs. Clein said. Instructions aa|
j materials for the articles to be
made will be given out. Mrs. 41
i Altman. chairman of the sewiaj
! group is being assisted by Mai
i Sadie Kalb and Mrs. Henna |
| Feldman.
Mrs. Al Kowalsky, membership!
chairman announces that a mera-l
I bership drive will be lutnefl
immediately.
Strath-Haven Hotel
Given Union Approval

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Hooded Hoodlums, Jerks" Make Big Pitch For Respectability
n_- iri!!IC annMn\/IT7 ....- ___i t :.._ r\,t- i__ii___ m____..k~-i -;t kualaa ; rir_ Two iuhir-h i unrliT the clraKurir
By LOUIS ARONOVITZ
News EdUor, The Jewish Floridian
,, ,u*itancc o/ Florida Regional 0//ice of Anti-Dejamtion
[(>"' League)
tina 'he anti-Communist drum with a fervor calculated
h ure its record oi terrorism, intimidation and basic un-
ionism, the Ku Klux Klan continues to spread its hatred
With this booming anti-Communist tatoo, the notorious
eted order {'* all-out religious ^ or piaccs_o(_origin
bases. The Klan promises to win
its fight against more than 11,000
pro-Communist organizations in
the United States."
fcort to give itself a clean bill of
8, and gain public favor.
ust how far these nightnders
g
m-
, Win friends (and
*e people) is demonstrated
Ke high-sounding-but ent.re-
JSue-statemcnt of policy is-
Ld| bv Klan leaders foUowing a
Eft merger meeting in January
[fi year. "The Klan will con-
tue to be against hate orgamza-
[!,' the leaders announced,
Losing all groups advocating
Ifcd toward any persons for
The unwary or perenially
naive may be taken in by such
a statement. Bui a little reflec-
tion reveals that it's as phony as
a three-dollar bill.
Yes, this is the alleged credo
of the same hooded society which
paraded through the streets of
Jacksonville and Orlando this
-summerand Live Oak less than
a month agoigniting its flaming j
crosses and virulently attacking
Jews, Negroes, the foreign-born,
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'r.ai B'rlth, the Federal Council
of Churches of America and the
World Federalists.
This is the purported doctrine
of a group which is as un-
American as the very Commun-
ism it is so vigorously attempt-
ing to stamp out, a group whose
name has become synonymous
with ignorance, bigotry and
brutality, a group whose mere
initials evoke pictures oi violent
hate and fear.
There are in Florida two
! factions of the Klan, as citizens
i of the state discovered this past
August, when two highly in-
censed individuals, both claim-
ing the dubious distinction of
grand dragon of the Klan,
glowered at each other at a
An Invitation To a Ku Klux Klan Pow-Wow
K.K.K. News
Krx wa spending
Wrlf'Vre Money fco
pyonot-e B rne'e of
ILLKGITIMVJ.X .
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Bfl U Live Onk, Il,
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Negro-school-site hearing in Or-
lando.
This tableau two grand
dragons, in the manner of the;
dreaded scaly reptiles of old,
snorting fire at one another |
generally reflects the Klan picture .
wherever the robed unit exists. |
Until the death of Dr. Samuel
Green of Atlanta, imperial wizard,!
the hate group was reasonably ,
stable. Since his demise, however,
there has been a long series of
shifting allegiances, factional
squabbles and internal chaos, with
others clamoring for his former
seat.
As Spencer R. McCullough,
roving reporter for the St. Louis
Post Dispatch, points out, some
Klan organizers, lured by alleged
fat commissions on initiation fees,
have traveled from one camp to
the other. As a consequence, at-
tempts at mergers were generally
unsuccessful and the war was on
in earnest.
"The sheeted warfare," Mc-
Cullough .writes, "is marked by
membership raids. It is punctu-
ated with cries of 'traitor,' other
recriminations and accusation- of
double-crossing under the flaming
cross."
Dr. Green's coveted post fii ally
went to Samuel Roper of At]
who now contends that his i I
"only bona fide Ku Klux K
with the "original copy-
righted ritual." This "bona fide"
group is ki own as the As
sociation of Georgia Klan
more militant group, which I
[rom Ropei
: ed i Colun
under 1
title ol Original Soutl i m Kb n.
The Floi id i schis
spring of these two Kli n can; eti
h iated with Roper's unit
is the Ku Klux Klan ol Florida,
Inc., which is under the dragonn
ship of W. H. Brough, who lives
in Wildwo'od, long a hotb
Klan activities. A former honor-
ary colonel on Gov. Fuller War-
ren's staff, tiie Seaboard Air Line
employee was recently ask to
resign from this post because of
his membershipnay. leadership
in a group which the governor
has himself dubbed 'hooded hood-
lums and jerks" and "COV< red
cowards."
Described by Freda Avant of
the Miami Herald, who covered
the Orlando meeting, as a man
given to prim pursing of the lips,
as if he were a sc'noolmarm Hear-
ing reports on the obstetrical
shenanigans of Ingrid Bergman
and Rita Hayworth, Brough is a
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One of the roirfceneet board* in the
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Dade Conference of Jewish Women's
Groups To Conduct Program Workshop
An unusual program experience The luncheon session will high-
is in store for member groups of jjght the use of specific skills
the Dade County Conference of 1& trained specialists showing
Jewish Women s Organizations, .___. .
with the presentation of an all- how music, drama, arts and crafts,
day program workshop for presi- can be used in membership meet-
dents, program committee chair- ings to make them both enter-
men and members, at the Sor- taining and instructive,
rento Hotel on Thursday, Novem- Table displavs consisting of
ber 9, beginning at 10 a.m., ac- program materials, Jewish books
cording to Mrs. Louis Glasser, highlighting Jewish Book Month,
president. etc wjh be available for this
Leading this workshop will be purpose. The luncheon will be
Miss Miriam Ephraim, program followed by an informal session
director for the National Jewish at which Miss Ephraim will be
Welfare Board, one of the nation's at the service of the participants
foremost authorities on pro- for personal consultation on pro-
gramming. Theme for her talk, gram problems,
scheduled to open the seminar. This program is one of the
will be "What a Dynamic Pro- manv projects being initiated by
gram Can Mean to the Life of the "program service committee,
Your Organization." of which Mrs. Lehrman is chair-
Chairman of the workshop is man, in order to be of service to
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. who will member groups of the Conference
introduce three discussants on the of Jewish Women's Organizations,
main subject of the day. These Other activities on which this
discussants will consider: (1) committee is now working is the
How to create greater interest in organization of a program re-
the life of the organization: U) source file and a program con-
the development of a live pro- sultant service which is being
gram: (3) a healthier community offered in cooperation with the
and a growing organization. Jewish Centers Association.
Personally Speaking
Home aftei an extended motor trip which took them to
Detroit, Mich., Youngstown, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pa., Washington,
D. C, and New York City are Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund W.
Schermer. While in Detroit, their former home, Mrs. Schermer
celebrated her birthday with relatives and friends.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein and daughter, Abby, of
Miami Beach, have moved to 1231 S.W. 12th Court, Miami.
* + *
Dr. Maurice Rose left for Cleveland Wednesday to become
a fellow at the International College of Surgeons.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Moss, 2101 S.W. 33rd Ave., an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, Feme Lois, on October 21 at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 755 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
have returned frcm an extended trip abroad. Included in their
itinerary were Switzerland, France, Italy, Israel and Belgium,
where they adopted a thirteen-year-old daughter, Juliet. The trip
marked the Schachnos' twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
* *
After a five-month tour of Europe and Israel, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Meyer, 210 East di Lido Drive, Miami Beach, are home again.
They advise anyone with relatives or friends abroad to send
food parcels to them.
* *
Announcing the birth of a son are Mr. and Mrs. George
Mehlman cf West Palm Beach. Mrs. Mehlman is the former
Miriam Ezzes of Jacksonville.
* *
Visiting her children in New York is Mrs. Eva Geringer, 4397
North Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Before returning here, she
will also be the guest of her children in Nashville.
Gloria Harriet Cohen, S. Ronald Pallot
Exchange Vows At Honey Plaza Hotel
Miss Gloria Harriet Cohen be-
came the bride of S. Ronald
Pallot Sunday afternoon at the
Ronev Plaza Hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman read the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Sam Cohen of New Castle. Pa
and Mrs. Rose Reisner. 31 Uest
Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach.
The bridegroom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Pallot, 50.0 Alton
Road, Miami Beach.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore blush pink
lace over satin with full cathedral
train. Her fingertip length veil
of blush pink illusion fell from a
coronet of matching lace and seed
pearls. She carried white orchids
and pale pink stephanotis atop a
prayer book.
Miss Florence Basset was maid
of honor for her cousin. The
bride's other attendants were
Miss Barbara Pallot. sister of the
bridegroom. Mrs. Norton S. Pallot,
Miss Barbara Frumkes. Mrs.
Richard Rubin. Miss Jackie Rosen.
All wore gowns with gun metal
lace bodices and full satin skirts
and carried pink carnations.
Norton S. Pallot was his
brother's best man. Seating guests
were Marshall Stein, Zane Alpert
and Stewart Jacobs.
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Reisner chose a gown of
champagne lace with a white or-
chid corsage. The bridegroom's
mother wore irridescent blue with
purple orchid.
A family dinner at the hotel
followed the ceremony. Mrs s Ronald Pauot
The newly weds are honey-
mooning in New Orleans and University of Miami. At the uni-
upon their return will reside at versity she was a member of
2031 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. _n m,; *,,,.;t,- ww*
For the trip the former Miss Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, Who s
Cohen wore a grey suit with Who in American Colleges and
burgundy trim and navy acces- Lead and Ink.
sories. She carried an irridescent jjr_ paiiot attended the Uni-
beaded bag made by the bride- versity of Florida and graduated
groom's mother. from the University of Miami. He
The bride is a graduate of Mi- is past president of Pi Lambda
ami Beach High School and the Phi fraternity.
Marriage Announced j
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dewey!
Sunshine announce the marriage |
of their daughter. Leatrice Rosa- !
lie, to Fredric Richard Rosen. The
ceremony was performed in the
study of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff ,
at Beth Jacob Congregation in the !
presence of the immediate
families.
The newlvweds are at home at,
251 S.W. 18th Ct.
ip
The betrothal of Mu,
Solomon lo Charles L.
man, son of Mrs. Lena CooL
of St. Petersburg, and 2 [
Jacob Cooperman, has btq,
nounced by her parents, 9
Mn. Leo Solomon, l$oi
Drive, Miami Beach.
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Nurses Aide Class Will
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Variety Children's Hospital will
open its initial class of instruc-
tions for nurses aides on Monday,
November 13, in the nursing de-
partment in the hospital.
Day and night classes will run
concurrently. Those interested
are requested to make application
in person at the hospital from
November 6 through 10. between
1 and 3 p.m. and on Tuesday
from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Classes will be directed by the
American Red Cross, specifically
for Variety Children's Hospital,
departments outside of the polio
department.
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Bride's Parents Give Joel Vogels
New Home As Wedding Present
Upon their return from a wedding trip through Florida and
?he Carolinas. Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel will live in their new
roeme at 402 N.W. 23rd Ave., a g.ft of the bride's parents.
The couple exchanged
V0Ws Sunday at the Phyllis
KaPP Studio, Coral Gables.
Rabbi Max Shapiro read
the double-ring service.
The bride is the former
Sylvia Shulman, daughter
J Mr and Mrs. Morris
Shulman. 1230 S.W 2nd
Ave.. and Havana, Cuba.
The bridegroom's parents
are the Louis Vogels, 860
jjW 2nd St.
Given in marriage by
her father, the bride wore
i a white satin gown with
accordion pleated, hoop-
fskirted marquisette under-
[skirt. The gown featured a
[heart shaped neckline,
[long pointed sleeves and a
[cathedral train. Her fin-
[gertip veil of illusion fell
[from 8 halo of orange
[blossoms. A shower of
(white orchids adorned her.
white bible.
I Mrs. Mi < Polanco served
[as matron of honor for her
[sister. She wore strapless
[pink taffeta with white
[carnation:, fashioned with
[blue tulle. Miss Sarah
Bhulman, another sister,
[was maid of honor in an
loff-the-should blue taffeta
|w:th tulle overskirt. She
(carried a cascade bouquet
of pink carnations fas-
ioned with pink tulle.
Other attendants were
Mrs. Morris Josepher, sis-
of the bridegroom, and
Miss Rita Speisman, cousin
Df the bridegroom. Their
gowns were of blue tulle
and their flowers pink
tarnations. Sandy Ger-
|henoff. junior bridesmaid
i/ore a similar gown. Carol
Bershenoff. flower girl,
tore pink taffeta and
ferried a basket of rose
betals.
Gene Esner was
and ushers
best
in, and ushers were
arvey Stahl and Morris
Miriam Goldstein
Miriam Goldstein
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, 511
N.W. 20th Ave., announce the
betrothal of their daughter,
Miriam, to Bernard Robert Baron.
Mr. Baron is the son of Albert
Baron, 3140 S.W. 27th Terr.
The couple plans to be married
in December.
The bride-elect,- a graduate of
South Side High School, Newark,
N. J., is a leader in local B'nai
B'rith activities and president of
the Emma Lazarus Chapter,
Business & Professional Women,
of B'nai B'rith. She is presently
affiliated with the Florida region-
al office. Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith.
A graduate of East Orange High
School. East Orange, N. J., Mr.
Baron is attending the University
of Miami, where he will receive
his degree in business adminis-
tration next June. During the war
he served three years in the army
overseas. Mr. Baron was formerly
associated with the Cambridge
Radio School as an instructor and
as staff announcer with radio
station WNEW in New York City.
Eva Nadel Becomes
Mrs. David Schultz
A double-ring service in the
garden of the bride's'aunt united
in marriage Miss Eva Nadel. 2141
S.W. 14th Terr., and David
Schultz, 1529 S.W. 7th St., on
October 7. The couple exchanged
vows before Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Given in marriage by her
brother, Milton, the bride wore a
gown of white slipper satin
fashioned with cathedral train,
long fitted sleeves, sweetheart
neckline with maline yoke out-
lined in seed pearls. Her full
length French illusion veil fell
from a coronet of seed pearls. She
carried a bible topped with a
white orchid and a shower of
carnations.
Miss Harriet Brcssler served a.;
maid of honor in a gown of navy
crepe. She carried a colonial bou-
quet of yellow roses. Rochelle
Besen, the bridegroom's niece,
was flower girl attired in yellow
organdy. Neil Besen, the bride-
groom's nephew, was ringbearer.
Al Besen was best man.
The bridegroom's mother, Mrs.
Cecelia Schultz, greeted guests in
a gown of black crepe with a
orchid corsage.
A reception and buffet supper
followed the ceremony.
For traveling the bride donned
navy and pink with navy suede
accessories and white orchid
corsage. Upon their return from
their honeymoon, the newlyweds
will reside in Miami, where Mr.
Schultz is a civil engineer.
To Mark Birthdays
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will devote its
weekly meeting Sunday, Novem-
ber 5, for the birthday celebration
of club members.

Afrs. David Schultz
Mrs. Vogel
Josepher. Miss Evelyn Greenfield was soloist.
The bqde's mother was attired in rose lace, while the elder
s. Vogel wore steel blue lace. Both wore orchid corsages.
A reception followed at the studio.
The bride chose a pink gabardine suit with navy accessories and
I corsage of white orchids for traveling.
The former Miss Shulman attended schools in Havana and was
I member of the TAO Council. The bridegroom attended Brooklyn
lechnieal High School.
foung Adults
ivited To Social
I All young adults in the com-
munity are invited to the first
bcial of the fall season at the
[iami Jewish Community Center
Saturday. November 4, at 8:30
n. The evening program, which
' include dancing, games, sing-
ainment and refresh^
knts being sponsored by the
'"'>' organized Young Adult
fiague. composed of men and
omen in their twenties.
will be no admission
*rg( d for the evening, and Nor-
Bn Pallot, temporary president,
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Wley H;,liman was elected
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*n;ng at the center.
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have announced the betrothal of
their daughter, Charlotte Barbara,
to Robert Monty of Chicago.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and
attended the University of Miami.
While at the Beach school, she
was president of Di Jarno
Sorority.
Mr. Monty is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin Monty, Philadelphia.
Miami Junior Hadassah
To Memorialize Jolson
The Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah voted to have a tree
planted in Israel in memory of
Al Jolson.
The group is now planning for
its annual membership formal to
be held sometime in December.
Mickey Einhorn is chairman ol
this affair.
Board Meeting Called
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth El has been called
for Tuesday, November 7, at 8
p.m. at the synagogue by Mrs.
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5. All proceeds will go to the
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Tamara Chapter To
Hold Membership Tea
A silver jubilee membership tea
will be given by Tamara Chapter
of Mizrachi Women on Wednes-
day November 8, at 1:30 p.m. at
the Sorrento Hotel, according to
Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz, presi-
dent.
Highlight of the program will
be a fashion show featuring ap-
parel by Margaret Newman.
Models will be supplied by the
Patricia Vance Studio. A skit
commemorating the organization's
25 vears of service to Israel will
be" presented, with Mrs. Emanuel
Karger as narrator. Climax of the
afternoon will be a candlelighting
ceremony and the cutting of the
anniversary cake.
Mrs. Albert Rosen, membership
chairman, is in charge of arrange-
ments. Assisting her are the Mes-
dames David Hess. Ben Kazer.
Alfred M. Swartz and Miss Lillian
Bogdan.
Auxiliary Will Fete
Cerebral Palsy Kids
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliarj N .
1911 Free Son I I iel, v- ill spon-
- a party Cor c rebral palsied
the Cerebral Palsy
C nic. 651 S.W. Isl SI i n Satur-
nber 4. from 2 to o
p.m.
You I
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Chiropodists Convene

the C
Fli
Hoi
ch.
Dr H t Feinbei presi-
d.: inn iunced thai there
Dr. Ben Levy
, : s, hi nectady. N Y.. and Dr.
Irving Yak' if Ansonia, Conn., as
well as seminars on various sub-
i dinner at the Five O'clock
Clul i e Friday night
n Sunday
Klan Spreads Hatred Throughout State
(Continued from Page 5 A)
veteran of the Klar. movement in
this state, which, generally speak-
ing, has beei tree of such hate
groups.
Ku Klux Klan of Florida.
Inc. was chartered by the stale
of Florida in September. 1944,
while World War II was still in
progress. At s time when na-
tional unity was imperative for
our very existence, the state
sanctioned the formation of a
unit designed to foment dis-
unity and discord.
Recently the railroader from
Wildwood' has been preaching his
gospel of hate in Jacksonville and
Orlando. In the former, he has
organized a branch with George
W. Wilkinson as exalted cyclops.
At present he is trying to gam a
foothold in the latter. His presence
at the controversial school board
hearing was no doubt calculated
to strengthen his position in the
central Florida city.
Grand Dragon Brough and his
Jacksonville subaltern have an-
nounced that their goal is to be-
come the largest Klan In Florida
by December.
01 icial organ of this branch of
the KKK is the American Klans-
n n, pul lis ed in Atlanta and
b3 the Rev. A. C. Shuler,
mini U i in the Jackson-
u ., and an old hand at Klan
j. i ie Klan
up the oi
illy :.-. V. .
servin
301
e< in i
Origii Sou hi rn Klan
but n mil i ation was
:. ome
:. which <
tl Klan "line" was ,'. creasing.
So t e Rev. Mr. Shuli
II to a Klan rally in Iron
Ga Hi h prii ts or should
, drag mi ? -of the Florida
group with which he had been
ted, surmising that he was
about to join the Roper ranks.
decreed that the minister be
'banished forever from the por-
tals of the Invisible Empire."
I. R. Goodman To Speak
I. R. Goodman, chairman of the
/ :.. uncil of G Miami
who recently returned from a
: e in New York,
ti -t political
and in Is-
rael at the N : S Jewish
Cent E No-
p.m.
Friday Review To
Open December 8
The Friday Review," a series
of ten current book reviews to be
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. will of-
ficially open on Friday. December
8, according to Mrs. Sol Leslie,
chairman and organizer of the
project.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. well
known in local literary circles,
will serve as reviewer.
-But the Rev. Mr. Shuler mere-
lv went through the portal- oi
< ihe Invisible Empire' to the realm
of Roper," Reporter McCullougl
asserts. "He told the writer that
BTSS convinced all along that
the Georgia Klan possessed the
t.'ue 'apostolic succession from
the original Ku Klux Klan of
'post-Civil War reconstruction
davs His labors in the vineyard
f the Florida Klan. he main-
tained, were designed to 'convert
its members to the Georgia pre-
cepts." ,
Copies of the Rev. Mr. Shuler s
hate sheet irrefutably indicate
that there is a tie-up between
the Klan and the national hate-
mongers, such as Gerald L. K..
Smith. Merwin K. Hart and the
rest of the hate-spreaders. In a
recent issue of the Klansman
Gerald L. K. Smith's version of
the violently anti-Semitic articles
bv Walter Trohan, which recently
appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
is printed under the headline:
1 "The Jew Gestapo Put the Screws
op the Chicago Tribune." Also in
' this issue is an article by the
i infamous Judge George W. Arm-
strong of Fort Worth, rexas, who
rites: "We are governed by a
handful of greedy, power-hungry
/ misl bsmkei equally
greedy, power-hungry Zionist and
Zionist labor leaders."
i. tioi of the
K' n outgrowth
Original Soutl em Klan. Sinn its
g( : v. | Klai South
: rid AI i t a!
Ie in Janu irj
1950, ti:is grouj ui er the
: e of Sou
. K
; n agent in l
is Bill Hend ssee,
who with Thomas 1. Hi milton o;
Li svilli. S. C and Willian
Morris of Birmingham, Al<
rung 1
ate ui the amalgamated I o ly
This group filed en applica-
tion with Secretary of State R.
A. Gray "to do business" in the
stale in March, 1949. three
months after the governor had
vigorously denounced the group
and had announced that he
would plump for legislation
banning the mask and burning
cross. Moreover, the slate grant-
ed permission to a group which
had already been characterized
: as subversive by the Attorney
General of the United States to
operate here.
Basis for this classification is
that the Klan segments have
i "adopted a policy of advocating
! or approving the commission of
cats of force and violence to deny
I othei s their constitutional rights.
Fire Breather Hendrix. a resi
ardent publicity seeker. State of-
ficials, newspapers and periodicals
throughout the state are constant-
ly barraged by his hate literature.
Among the letters which went
out under Hendrix' signature
this year was one addressed to
all state officials. It read: "The
Anti-Defamation League of the
B'nai B'rith (Jewish Facist or-
ganization) is one of the leading
Communist front organizations
in the United Stales, and is
organized for the purpose of
smearing, blacklisting and boy-
cotting all organizations and in-
dividuals in the fight againsl
Communism. It controls the
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored Peo-
ple, the CIO-PAC and is closely
linked with Ihe Federal Council
of Churches and all socialist and
pro-Communist groups in the
nation.
"We enclose a copy of the
Bill by Honorable John Rankin,
now pending in Congress, to
outlaw the Anti-Defamation
League. It should be passed by
the Legislature of Florida."
Since this unit was set up, it
has kept busy, flagrantly flouting
the governor's proclamation, pa-
rading through Jacksonville, Or-
lando. Tallahassee and Live Oak,
atempting to proselytize through
the dissemination of hate litera-
ture, including a weekly news-
paper, the Chronicle, published
: I). Melson in Jacksonville.
This paper also reflects the in-
fluence of the national hate-
mongei s.
Reputed to be working closely
Hendrix is Edgar Waybrigbt,
Si., ol" Jacksonville, who was
recently defeated for a seat on
the state Democratic committee.
Waybright, prominent attoi
and Ei tati senator, w is aa-
with the Klan when it
. ished under William J.
Simmons in 1918.
This. then, is a sketch of how
the Klan is operating in t tat
As long as these sheeted groups
ave state sanction, achieved
through functioning under a State
charter, the liberty freedom, and
safety of the citizenry of the state
is in jeopardy. The parades, the
tirades, the crosses may only be
symptomatic of the hate activity
which may be engendere
the continued exist*-
KKK here.
To date twelve
in the state hav
coma
of thei
nuisJ
... ...c ataxe nave paW "
nances banning th. *.!-'M
masks and the b-
crosses. These include u," I
Miami Beach, Coral r H
West Miami. South Mi, bN
ami Shores. Ba!,0fl^
Springs. Hialeah. m**
Beach West Palm Be*M
Undo was the mosl H
join this parade of Florida!
acHnwutiaw S!a
and hoodlurmsm. TaU.r.2
has passed an anti.mask"
nance. Now considering 1
passage of i i..i.T"
Jacksonv
passage of such legUlati^ 3
Tampa. ',lle'St-Pele"Na
"Church, veteran, businwi
ucational and other ) '
throughout the state ate
together in urging that ri
priate steps be taken to 4
: Florida of the menace of ubA
j cratic activities," Gilbert Jj
kin, state director of the"?
Defamation League, said
tolerance and bigotry
place in our state or aim
in the world."

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DAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1950
Lry Perl mutter
Ins For U-M Office
ktorence C. (Larry) Perl-
f ., Mn of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
rppVlnuittcr of Miami Beach,
Iheen nominated for the presi-
Lv of the freshman class at
I f Miami. Elections '
Bated I early November.
Ihile in the Miami area, Larry
high school winner of the
. fi, rald Essay Contest, was
the outstanding debater of
County, served as presi-
fJewistiFhridriiain
Food Fair To Open i:ith Store
PAGE 9 A

Larry Perhnutter
bf the 1( cal student congress
later as president of the
la State student congress
In Tallahassee. He won the
^nge Club and the American
High School, city and
speech contests.
r*WWWW*
Food Fair will open the thirteenth addition Jo its chain of
hU^r'TrketS '? 3* "rea next week- Lcat<* on M rarfe Mile
Fo"d r.im.d*tiSr hmaStKb*aU,ifU! ShPS in ihe commui,yMthe
l?,., 5* a,lt'on *," been dwgned to measure up lo the
Mie PonJ0H7"i.We,l0i. Bre?di"3'8 Dr9 Store on* Miracle
SSV* PoSCt- de ^.eon Boul^d. the store was constructed by
?ari?wsk" Construction Co. from plans by Francis J.
f I-l!t,bUildin9 hB, -110 feet front3e on Miracle Mile and is 120
.?, P'f LP"r^n?.area m the rear of the store- There is an
entrance from Miracle Mile and also from the parking lot. The
Food Fair sign is placed on a concrete canopy above the windows.
.- Tennessee-marble front and a large plate glass area (525
l?,UrJ? 2* !.alureS- f conslruction' The store is completely
ki f hau,,IS 0wn ice plant ,or *he preservation of
vegetables and perishables. The latest type. low. self-service meat
refrigerator cases have been installed in this unit.
Another new feature, but not new with Food Fair, is the
installation of modern, sanitary stainless steel, speed check booths.
Special attention also has been given to color treatment and to a
combined General Electric slim line and flood light, lighting treat-
ment. Asphalt tile floors are an important feature of this store,
which has been built to be 100 percent vermin proof. The design
of the store eleminates all bottlenecks and makes for ease in
shopping.
(tables Center To
Commemorate
Ha I ft our Day
fn commemoration of the is-
1 suancc of the Balfour Declaration
marking the first recognition by
a modern nation of the rights of
the Jewish people to historic
claims in Palestine, the Coral
Qables Jewish Center will hold a
"Salute to Israel" Sabbath on
Friday, November 3, at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will dis-
cuss Rogers St. John's "Shalom
. Means Peace," Quentin Rey-
nolds' "Leave It to the People"
and Ralph McGill's "Israel Re-
visited."
An Oner; Shahbat following the
services will be held in the tem-
j pie annex under the auspices of
the Coral Gables Zionist District,
'.headed bv Norman R. Lyons,
I radio commentator who will'give
! a review of the recent events in
Israel. Guests who have just re-
turned from Israel will be in-
troduced.
Cantor Malek and the temple
choir will present Israeli songs
under the direction of Mrs. Irwin
Weinstein, choir director.
As a student of Miami Beach
Senior High School, Larry served
as president of the junior class,
president of the National Forensic
League and president of the Na-
tional Honor Society. His Miami
Beach High School Student Gov-
ernment work reached its climax
when he was elected to serve as
the president of the Florida As-
sociation of Student Councils and
presided over their recent three
day state convention which was
held at Bradenton, Fla. in April
of this year. He won the Florida
State extemporaneous speaking
championship in 1949 and was
sent to represent the state of
Florida in the finals held at the
national tournament in Denver,
Colorado. He was "tapped" in
recognition as one of the three
leading high school speakers of
the country by the National
Forensic League. He was also
a member of the Miami Beach
High School's debating team that
won the Florida State Champion-
ship for two consecutive years.
Qraceland Park .Cemetery, Rabbi
Joseph .Nairn conducted the services.
MINNIE SCHWARTZ
(8, a retired school teacher, passed
away this week. She came here ten
yearn ago from New York city and
Is survived by two Bisters, Uldonla
Long, Ashvllle, Ky., and Mrs, Carrie
Belger, Miami Beach; three brothers
Al, Joseph and Nat, New York; a
niece, Kdna uit-ier, Jamaica; two
nephews, Dr. Itiihard Prank, Miami
Beach, and Dr. Qustav Frank, Spring-
field, Mass, The remains were sent to
New York tor services and interment
by the Riverside Memorial Chanel.
Miami Beaoh,
HARRY JACOBS
B4. a retired ilrygood merchant from
Chicago, passed away this week, Be
has been a resident here for seven
years anil is survived by his wife,
Ida; one son, Edward Louis, of Chi-
cago; three daughters, Mrs. Mary
Robing, Mis. Jeannette Merlin. Miami,
and Mrs. Ooldean Bchwalb, Miami
Beach; three sisters, Mrs. Bather
Zerrel, Chicago, Mrs. Hannah Milton,
Chicago, and Mrs. Dora Agaranovsky,
nf California; one brother, Mendel,
who is in Europe. Services were con-
ducted by Rabbi I.....n Kronlsh, al the
Rlrerside Memorial Chapel, Miami
Beach. Interment followed in Mt. Sinai
* ',-111, tery.
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Obituaries
JACOB BIX
73, of 1528 B.W. ith St., I in used
a wbj i 11'i w h -
,i resident for seven years, coming
h< re from Br, >okl> n. He wj
nf Zitomer Societ.v of NVw York,
Surviving are his wife, Sarah, and
four daughters, Mrs. Ann< utohet,
Mrs. s>l\i.i Swarts, Mis. Beatrice
Mar.us and Ms Lucille Ronnii'k. Also
surviving are four grandchildren,
Servlcei w ......lucted at the Gordon
Puneral Chapel with Rabbi Simon
April officiating. Interment took place
in Mt. Nebo I 'emcterj.
SAMUEL ESSMAN
66, of 8915 \V. Flagler St., pass,.I
away Monday in a local hospital. He
came here from New York h months
ago and operated a dry cleaning busi-
ness, Burvlvlng are his wife, Stella;
two brothers, Charles and Aaron, of
New York City; two sisters. Mrs.
Langsdorf, California and Mrs. Bertha
Jacobs, Rochester, N. Y.i also a
brother-in-law, Nat Kats, of Miami.
Services were conducted at "The Mi-
ami Riverside," With Interment in
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Tickets will be available for
the production at the University
of Miami Box Theater for -On
Borrowed Time" to be sponsored
by the Coral Gables JWV on
December 6. Tickets or reserva-
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held on Wednesday, November 8,
at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center, 320 Palermo, Coral
Gables.
Meeting Announced
A meeting of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Commun-
ity Center is scheduled for Wed-
nesday, November 8, at 8 p.m. at
the Hialeah City Hall.
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Kneseth Israel
Adult Institute
To Open Monday
Registration for Kneseth Is-
rael's Adult Institute of Hebrew
Culture is now open and classes
will get underway Monday, No-
vember 6. at 8 p.m., according to
an announcement from Rabbi
Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader of
the congregation.
Courses include prayer reading
and interpretation, elementary
and advanced Hebrew, Judaism
in theory and pratice, modern
Jewish problems and Hebrew
songs and melodies. Additional
courses will be organized upon
request.
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KiewlsMcrkftor
FRIDAY, NOVembep
A UIT reception honoring Dr.
Ashe will be held at the Black-
Stone Hotel. Miami Beach, at 4
p.m. Sunday. November 5.
U M President Named Honorary Head
Of Greater Miami Committee For UIT
President Bowman F. Ashe of the University of Miami has
been named honorary chairman of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee for UIT, nationwide orqanization supporting srael s chiei
educational institutions, the Hebrew University, Weizmann In-
stitute of Science and Technion. Albert Einstein is national Ull
Chairman' Stockdale. Samuel A. Rlvkind,
Sidney Greenberg. Col. John o.
Gottlieb. Charles Bender. I
. Simonhoff. Julius Jay Perlmuttci.
Dr. Ashe. in accepting the LIT Hohauser, Ray Redman.
Pra HarrJ Chen. Samuel Hirsch. Dr.
II. Franklin Williams. Sam Luby.
Daniel J. Mahoney. Hoke Welch,
Fred Shochet. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Rabbi Moses Meschelon.
J ,seph R. Narot. Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan. Moses Ginsburg.
Harry Sirkin. Samuel J. Halpenn.
\!>r Goodman. Jennie Grossin^er.
Leonard Abess, Sam Blank. Leon
C. McAskill. George P. Storer,
Jack Abbott. E. Albert Pallot.
Albert Pick. J. N. Morris. Henry
Williams Ben Hartley. Ben Kane
Dan Ruskin, Sidney Meyer and
Hugo Pick.
the her t program to
repair the damage done in the
recent war of libe ation and
stressed the importance of p
ceeding with research activ
needed to support the vastly in-
ere ised population of the country.
"Israel." he said, "is in exactly
the same latitude as South Flor-
ida Its lands have been culti-
\ ited and neglected at various
times for thousands of years. Now
these modern institutions are
turning the lens of science on this
country. They are learning how
to use lands that have not been
used before: how to grow things
that have not been grown before:
how to make large agricultural
productions of raw materials for
industry. It is altogether a most
AJC Board To Meet
Miami Chapter of the American
j08' Jewish Congress will hold a board
exciting story. Theirs is a dry Wednesday. Novem-
countrv in general, and Florida meeting on .
s ., wet country in general. There ber 8 at 1 p.m attfie .henrnc oj
B ,. many things. I believe, which Mrs. Bein.ce Ladd. 2216 S.W Zn
we are going to learn from their St.. it has been announced b>
scientific researches and there Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, president.
will be some things that we may-
be able to pass on to them.
I fervently hope that these in-
stitutions receive large support.
They are very important, not only
to the country itself, but to many
COUPLE WANTED
To share cheerful hom.
widow and growing Tj|
Conveniently and JL<1
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Buick Car. Leaving"> r
November lOih. Re^fi I
Call 48-7760
WORKING MOTHER
Wants room and care
of 4>2 yr. old son
Phone 58-0487
Sweet sixteen is Phyllis Kandel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Levinson.
REV. ABRAHAM SHF
CERTIFIED MOHE
Experienced in Leading
Hospitals in New York
Call 5-1682
LESSONS
IN MODERN HEBREW
By Licensed Teschw
Ph. 58-0751, Ext. 21?
Between 6 8 P. '
Pioneer Women To
Sponsor Book Review
Golda Meverson Club of Pio-
which surround them or are m review by Edward Clarke of the
their latitude and climactic con- j University of Miami on Sunday, j
ditions." 1 November 5. at 8 p.m. at Bem El-
Officers of the local committee Mrs. Sarah Nelson will offer
seeking to aid the young nation vocal selections, accompanied at
through training its scientists and | the piano by Robert Strassburg. |
scholars will be under the general Israeli movies will also be shown.
chairmanship of Mitchell Wolfson. i Mrs. Ruth Ul.ss is in charge.
with Dr. Louis G. Lytton as chair- | of the event. Tickets may be ob-
man; Alfred Stone and Dr. Leo tained by calling 8.-8153 or at |
M. Levin, co-chairmen: and Dr. the door.____________
Mo:: is Goodman, treasurer.---------------------
Membership of the general j xu navid PTA To
committee is headed by the three ">eln **** ,u x ** v
mayors of the Greater Miami Mark BOOK Month
community: Harold Turk of Mi- rvi ami Beach: William Wolfarth of The PTA of Beth David Con
Miami: and Keith Phillips of gregation will dedicate its meeting
i I Gables. Monday. November 6. at 8 p.m. to
Other members are Samuel Jewish Book Month.
^^iS^SaS1 Highlight of the even.ng will
Beach Juniors To
Hold Balf our Ball
Miami Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah will present its second
annual "Balfour Ball" on Sunday.
November 5. at 8:30 p.m. at the
Shelborne Hotel.
Entertainment will feature a
new comedy star, Sandy Van
Dyke. Marion Carley, radio sing-
er, will also appear on the pro-
gram.
Anne Hertz is in charge of the
affair. Her aides include Annette
Melich. Barbara Gold. Phyllis
Wilpon. Beverly Raphael, Natalie
Samuels and Sandra Freedman.
Proceeds from the affair will
be given to the Meir Shefeyeh
Children's Village in Israel.
Lady
mtnt
home
WANTED
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with other lady. Kosher
Reasonable rent.
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Apt 4
FOR RENT
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able private home with .
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Dr. Stan-
ley Frehhng Shepard Broad.
ge E. Whitien, Malcolm Ross.
be the presentation of a play-
called "The Magic Bookshop." in
which children of the religious
Geor^E wnuwn Maicoimnoss.; participate. In the
Wiseman. C.Gordon Ander- g Rose Robert,
;: Alh.',: '":',:"- P;ul'^ Sterling. Sanford Schwartz. Bud-
B; u-,n,'; dv Hayden. Marcia Feingold.
th, Arthur Lnw-.Villiam B Barbara Seitlin.
,' 'P,h and Dolores Schatzman.
M. Lipton Ja .b Scher. Geoige Prescntation of coiors wm be
|a* J Meyer Schine, Anna fe B Scout T 89 of
Brennei Meyers. | Beth David.
John S. Knight. Lee Hills. John : ^n exhibition of Jewish books
I) Pennekamp, Dr David Andron, wju be set up for the event.
M : Orovitz. Judge George E.
Holt, I. R. Goodman. Rep. Grant
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will aava on a now roof later
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Mendelsohn's Inc.
Mendelsohn's
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Caterers and Sandwich Shop
Will Now Be Located at
474 41st Street Miami Beach
Telephone 58-8946
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Mr. H. Zaidman
oi the
Beach Mizrachi Women
To Meet November 4
Miami Beach Mizrachi Women
will meet Saturday, November 4.:
;it 8 p.m. at Beth Jacob, it has:
been announced by Mrs. Nathan
]i.ichman, president.
Mrs. Hochman will report on'
the group's silver jubilee conven- '
tion. from which she recently
returned.
All members are asked to bring
JNF boxes and collections for trip
to Israel tickets.
PETER'S
Drive-1'nder
"Barbecue Ribs and
Chicken'
(Opposite the Jai-Alai)
Ph. 88-9385
3799 N. W. 36th Street
SISTERHOOD of TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Presents
"THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER"
A Comedy by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
directed by Lillian Fox
Monday Evening, November 6, 1950
in the
Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium
Washington Avenue and 17th Street
Tickets SI.80 and $2.40 (tax included)
Curtain 8:30 P.M.
Call 5-5155 or 5-6819 ior tickets
Dade Kosher Market
Invites you to
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Vet
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MDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1950
rjnan Relations Dramas
fo Be Aired Sundays
Ifie-aldine Fitzgerald, Raymond
lassev. Melvyn Douglas, Ralph
Clamv Vera Zorina, and other
t.flieW stars will be heard in
K new series of fifteen-minute
Lmatic programs "Lest We For-
CL-Stories to Remember," de-
Ined to advance better inter-
cup understanding, over station
(KAT. Miami Beach, beginning
|nda.v. November 5, at 3:30 p.m.
L at the same time each Sunday
reafter.
Re dramatic transcriptions will
Hollowed by fifteen-minute live
nel discussions.
frhe Lesson," starring Gerald-
Fitzgerald, noted stage and
|een actress, has been selected
the premiere program,
participants in the panel dis-
fcion following the first broad-
It will he: Gilbert J. Balkin,
fector, Florida regional office,
j.Defamation League of B'nai
Sth: Mrs. Sam Weisen, presi-
it, Parent-Teachers Associa-
?th David Young
[eds To Hold Dance
labbi Max Shapiro will install
jeers of the Young Weds of
David at a dance on Satur-
J, X ivember 4, at 9 p.m. at the
Vento Hotel.
be seated at the ceremony
|joseph Levine, president: Mac
mell. vice president; Sera-
be Lowenfhal, secretary; Irma
, treasurer.
I >m the affair will
Ito finish the vestry room
\ up meets.
*Jeistrk>rkUan
Li0u' pe"lral Beach Elementary
School; Mrs. Malvina Weiss Lieb-
man, principal, South Beach
Elementary School; and Olin
Webb, principal, Miami Beach
Senior High School.
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LEGAL NOTICE
in JiSf'S.% 0F PUBLICATION
^m7".'4,!',',',t COURT OP THE
ELKVENTJJ JUDICIAL CIRCIMT
8S,SfcSP,DA- ,N AND PORDADK
''l^r^-v!u,,\,.!'IST':K- Plaintiff, vi
SI A.M.-1..\\\ I.ISTKK. Defendant
VOU STAMSI.AW- LISTER 81
York Road, liwwleh, Suffolk, Rnf'lan.l
are hereby notified that a Bll of
< omplalnt for Divorce ha been fii.il
againat you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Anawer or
Pleading to the Plaintiffs attorney,
MAX It. SILVER, 922 SVyl.......;ii, .
ink, Miami, Florida, and rile the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office ol the Clerk of the Circuit
Court .in .,1 before th<- smh day of
November, I960, n you fall to do no
Judgment by default will i. taken
against you for the relief .lemande.i
in the mil ..i Complaint
iP2?B A,XP pRDBRBD at Miami,
Florida, thi* i Hay ,,r November, A.d!
K. It. LKATIIKKMAX. Clerk.
' Ircult Court. Dade fountv, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal.
By WM. w. BTOCKINO,
MAX R. S.LVKK """"V '"'k
Attorney for I'lalntlff
22 Beybold i:<>i1.11>-
Miami. Florida
11/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
wand for \ ;V- 9P8urr
FLORIDA. ?N CHAW ,vX V-
181 v,j l" l HA.NCKItY, No.
"sTANLETK^fr?' Sj....." vs.
fend?nt AHNOD SBWITCH, De-
8TATBORTFio>RirSfVORCH
WT II T,r.ATl'K,V ARNOLD BE.
\U^AJB2HSgS
g^afflU"iawaa
to do so^Judgmenl by default Sill be
&%&&*&***
By It. H. hick, .in (
KAPLAN. DIIBTZ A LaW ^^
Attorneya for Plaintiff
.II Lincoln If,,.,,|
Miami Beach. Florida
1I/S-10-17-2I
ang Zionists To Meet
the Miami Young
t ia) will be held
I N ivember 9, at the
' mmunity Center.
e of the winners of
fl i" contest recently
p the Clara Hirsh
i r of B'nai B'rith
i n will receive his
na Jenkins, social
liBYW group.
lerhood To Meet
|! I i the First Jewish
\ ol Goral Gables will
: November 8, at
J l ary headquarter 1,
Leon Blvd. A social
11 follow the short busi-
ting.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX THE COITNTY JL'DGE'8 COCRT
IX AND Ft Ht DADE t'Ol'NTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
In Re: ESTATE OF
Minims li. LBVJN, otherwise
known as M. It. LEVIN, Deceased
To All Creditor.- :..... All l-emona Ha v.
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
' ITou, and each -if you, are hereb]
| notified and required to nresenl any
Halms and demands which you, or
either <>r you, may have against the
estate of MORRIS R. LEVIN, other-
wise known as it. li LEVIN, deceased
late or WORCESTER t'ountv, Mass
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTtiN, I
l idge ol I lade 'ounty, and file t he
same In hli office in the County
Courthouse In Hade County, Florida.
within elghl calendar months from
the da te of i ho first pu tlon hereof.
Knld claims or demands lo <
the legal address of Ihe claimant and
to be 'Worn to and presi nt< as nfori
said, or same will I"- barred. Sei Sei -
tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act,
Dat< Ocl ib. i :;!.-!. A I I......
ELRY STONE,
.\s Ancillary Adminlstral ir C.T.A.
of the Esl tte of Hi >RRIS It.
LEVIN, otherwise known as M, R
LEX IN. Deceased.
ELRY STi INE
mi for Estate of Morris K.
Le\ In, othei n i Levin. I..... I- id.
;i 8-10-17-24
IV TH,T.C,^,T9 CREDITORS
iv v ',:N V iuB"E'8 POURT
1-lMPn i F"l;. DADE COUNTY,
!:';,.-, ~ IN PROBATE, No!
I" Re:' ESTATE DF
U)L*IS WRINKLE,
l toceased.
To.AllICredltora and All Persons Ha\
Estate- '"' ''"';""ls Awlnat Said
Von. :ini eaei, of you, are hereby
IH.'V,'"" !Sd requlrSd '" PreBent any
',"' ;!"'1 demandi which you, or
either of you, may have agafnat the
estate of Llll'iS WEINKLE dei
"I MIAMI REACH, DATir Count v.
?"rlda. to the Hon W C BLANTON
nitv Judge of Dnde County, and
'.'' "' ,"'l]"; ;" h." I" the
' o irthouae In Dad* Countv
tiorldn, within elghl call ndar months
[hi d Of .- 1 IT st ,,b|i, |
Said claims or demands lo
contain legal nddre ol
nt and to be sworn I
presented ns aforesaid, or same will
he iMirred, See Section ISO of Ihe 1933
ip iliati Ai i
i late November 1st, \ I > 19,10
. ,. c.\l:i. WEINKLE,
As Rxeoutor of the IjikI will and
T. si uni ill of 1,1 ii'ih WEINKLE
I ... need
WASMAN, WEINKLE & KBSSLER
i Reybold Bldg
Vtton ej i fin Exei utor
II 10-17-21
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice by publication
PJK I'llti TIT C< il'ItT 11| Til E
?i JIIUCIAL CIRiTlT IN AND
J?. 'AM: CiH'NTY, FLORIDA.
PRAM :Ry, No 136442,
IIAIIINOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs.
Ji.s KAHlNoWITZ, Defendant.
fl IH.N UAUINi IW1TZ
PJMTIIERN BOULEVARD
i ed to serve a copy
to the Bill of Com-
'" Idvorce on the Plaintiff1
' 1 to file 11.....rlglnal
Office of Ihe Clerk ol
' t on or before the
. her, 1950: otherwise,
!" aplainl for Divorce
I n in will he tak.n
E ou.
' t Miami, Florida, this 1
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
1 the Circuit Court,
, ,"ad( County, Florida,
t t, |,
By: \s M w. STOCKING,
nna ,, Deuutl Cl.-rk.
I aid ess of
I'"- soil, itor:
I.\> ii(HHM VN
I ding

-17-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eii^a^e in
ss under 1 he flcl 1 lous na me ol
.1. & .1. Drug Department Store al
inn N. W. 82nd Street, Miami, Flor- |
ida, intend to register said name ^:ih
the clerk of the en cull 1 tourl ol 1 lade
County, Florida. .
JACOB PDLVER
.111.11 S KKSDKN
MYERS, MKIMA.V ,v KAPLAN
A11..1 neys for Applicants
II/3-I0-17-2I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, BADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 2335U.
RE: ESTATE OF:
JACOB SOFFER,
I lei e.lS.il.
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 have
filed my final re]x>r< and petition for
Final 1 'i -'hait;,- .is Exi cutrlx of the
estate of Jacob Soffer, il.....ased; and
thai on the t day of Dec 1950, will
apply to the II......1 ilil.- W. F. BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County.
Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Exec mix of the eatate of Jacob
Soffer, deceased.
Thla I'.nh day of October, 1950.
LENA si IFFER
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
1021 Beybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Executrix of tire eatati
of .iaci 11: si IFFER, Deceaaed.
11/3-10-17-24
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Attention lo the Special Feature
Every Sunday"Sightseeing Tour
of All Jewish Institutions and
Organizations of Greater Miami."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lie undersigned, desiring to engage In
V,".,,,;;^. V."'1''1" "" <'<-tltioua name of
MORRIS HOTEL al 1890 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
1 mult Court of Dade Countv, Florida
,.,........ -MOKKIH WACHHOLDER
OENET A QENET, ESQS,
Attorney for Apnlieant
ll/:i-10-l7-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bu8lneaa under the fictitious nai.....>f
Sunbeam Fashions at B50 East 41st
Street, Hlaleah, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dad,- County,
Florida.
BOYAL TOGS, INC.*
By DAVID L. BKOP,
Prealdenl
JOSEPH W. MALBK
Attorney for Royal Toga, Inc.
350 Lineoln Road
Miami Beach, Florid.1
11/3-10-17-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, tlesiring to engage In
business under the fiititioua name of
LIBERTY CITY BAH at U2 N.W.
SZnd Street, intends to register said
name with the tMerle of the circuit
Court of Dnde County, Florida.
THAWS INC.
Florida corporation
MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN
Attorneys for applicant
10/13-20-37 11/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mult 1 signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names ol
AA Porter Service and aa Rua A
Furniture Cleaners at >!! s. W. Mh
Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to
register sai.i name with the Clerk of
tin- Circuit Court of Dad- County,
Florida.
ABRAHAM ALECHMAN
Sole Owner
SIDNEY BOBBINS
Attorney for Applicant
:"'l N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
11 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Parkway Apartments at 7.16 13th
Street, Miami Beach, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad,- County, Florida.
SAMUEL L. MATLOFF
and
BOSK MATLOFF
MAX 1!. BALZMAN
ami
ESTHER SALZMAN
1 twners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Owners
U/3-10-17-1'1
FINEST
QUALITY
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** CBEAM CHEESE ,J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT c >URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1 IF I I.' iRII 1 \. IM AN1' Fl IR IIADI-:
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
I862S2.
CHAIM SHEPSEL ORUSKY, Plain-
tiff, vs TILLY ORUSKY, Defendant,
11 >: TILLY ORUSKY,
>85 Bedford Ave .
Brookl< n. v. u York
You are required to serve s copy of
your anawer to the Bill -.f Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the oi Iginal answer in 1 he
office of the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court on or before the 28th day of
November, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the
Bill of Cmpiaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filt-d herein, will be taken aa
1 1 .a 1 eased by von.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
26 day -if n 1950.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the 1 Ircult Court,
Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
i"L':; Seii.oid Bldg., Miami, Florida
11/3-10-17-24
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Egpjqjjovggg 3- I95
SEC. B
Myers' Mission To Israel
B'nai II*Hih Members to Pay Tribute
To International President Nov. 12
Final plans are being made for
the banquet and dance to be
sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai
B'rith, in honor of International
President Frank Goldman on
Sunday, November 12, at 7 p.m.,
at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel.
time he began the practice of law
in Lowell, where he is still an
attorney. In 1921 he served for
three years as president of the
Lowell Bar Association.
He was a founder and the first
president of the Lowell Commun-
>lv the e'litor Hpent :in evening at the home of Mr. and Mri
''''' mv.m-s As miRiu lie expected, conversation eventual!}
1 \1i Myers' recent mission to Israel
"'d J h innunell <>f Jewish Fe where,
Welfare
national
Funds, he
i.i--:l|,,"! "ii \-iit month's hlstory-makinK conferences between American
|...iii'i! "", ...,'|'rs Apprised .if the fact thai durinu his absence Mi.
'"' '*"" ,'l'limliiotis letters to his family, chroiiiT-liiiK the entile Journey,
r we mieht take a peek at .me of this .mii-spuml.-tie,- w.-
i "' askeu 11 ,.Mtei tainiiiK ami infurniative, so shrewdly perceptive,
I found t1'' '' mll,.,|y readable, that we couldn't resist asking for per-
nhiirt, no .int '(hem. After considerable persuasion Mr. Myers
'" ,,n'.nte relucianii>,< ,,,.,, rth, candid, Inimitable record "f an Importanl
Myejewlsn history. This is the teeond ol a series of three troupe -t
-The Editor.
event I'
letter?
Monday Midnight
This has been aJhriUing and
Jerusalem.-Israel, ish settlements and by Jews upon
September 4,1 Arab settlements during the war:
' thousands of acres of developed
orange, fig groves; and then the
largest army camp at Sarafand
where we were the guests of the
Chief of Staff and the highest
ranking officers of the Israeli
Army. There I met and talked
with Israeli counterparts of
George Washington. Tom Paine,
Thomas Jeffersonyounger and
in different clothes but hearing
the same things I have read about
all my life in my studies of
American history. I sat between
the Chief of Staff and Adjutant
General at dinner and talked to
the men who participated in the
heroic deeds you have heard de-
scribed at our campaign meetings.
Lciting day. I am weary
Cow I cannot sleep until I expel
nme of "ie Pent UP thoughts
'v.n, for expression.
, i ief| you in my morning letter
L list night's session. I deemed
"wise to reply to Goldman and
y 2 in a brief five-minute talk.
femphasized the need for mobil-
ization of all resources to continue
he iob Israel wanted done and
nunded the warning that anyone
,h0 preached disunity and the
bitting of one force against the
[.her in the communities of
America, where the job had to be
hone, was doing a disservice to
Israel.
Breakfast at nine and off at
b-30 on a government-conducted
lour Our guide was a prominet
Jewish Agency attache, our driver
volunteer who served in the
t-mv dunng the war of libera-
tion' 1 eannot describe in detail
nhere we went, that will take
hne entwe evening when we sit
together reviewing my experi-
1 Suffice it to say for
tneiimrandum purposes that we
Maabarah Kesalon, a
l- up where the Yem-
lenitis are living temporarily
until they are sufficiently ad-
justed to be moved to a per-
il .. settlement; Tal Shahar, a
| ent two years old. where
t.ftv young married couples, still
ring in tents, are cultivating the
Band under a cooperative arrange-
ment whereby each is in charge
If his own plot of about ten or
j' acres, having the common
| heavy machinery, and
where small homes for their per-
manent residences are just being
completed to be occupied next
month: Hulda Settlement, a real
Mapai commune forty years old
where the members live as a real
Icoup unit, men and women shar-
ng in all the work to be done,
the children in community spon-
sored schools and housed in separ-
ate lodgings, and whele all income
is pooled and divided; the mili-
tary base of Tel Litivlnsky, one
lef the numerous military camps
in the country, where we in-
spected an army hospital old
buildings taken over from the
British but with the best in
modern equipment, taking care of
hind eorc civilian cases as well
as army cases; Tel Aviv, where
|we saw a modern thriving city of
1300.000 and rested for a few
minutes at a cafe on the Medi-
terranean; Jaffa, the former Arab
Jtity of 95.000 evacuated by the
Arabs overnight and now oc-
cupied by immigrants; new hous-
ing projects; the destruction
wrought by the Arabs upon Jew-
Jerusalem, Israel
Wednesday, September 6. 1950
This is workmeetings all day
yesterday, a committee meeting
until midnight at the home of Ben
Gurion, caucus meeting in my
room until 2 a.m., and a breakfast
committee meeting this morning
| at 8 a.m. I'm tired, but the meet-
ings will close tonight and' I*m
hoping there will be time to
I sleep.
So far the conference has pro-
ceeded well. There is some dis-
agreement about the advisa-
bility and feasibility of a
bond sale; but everyone is in
favor of doing anything and
everything to increase the amount
of dollars available for Israel.
Restricted or open door policy on |
immigration is also an issue as:
this seriously relates to the eeo-
j nomy of the country. On this
point, Ben Gurion spoke dramati-
i cally and confidentially. Our task j
, as Council delegates is to point
out the danger and risk of differ- I
I ent proposals, leaving it to the
I government to make its final de-
I cision on the basis of information
and advice we give them.
Joseph M. Lipton, (center) honorary chairman of the banquet-
show-night and dance sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, in
honor of international president Frank Goldman, is shown issuing
tickets to representatives of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami. Shown (left) Leonard Tobin. president of North Shore
Lodge, and (right) Mrs. Ginsburg, of Sholem Women's Chapter.
The affair, set for Sunday. November 12. at the Sherry Frontenac
Hotel, will feature Mr. Goldman's address, night club entertain-
ment, banquet and dancing.
Myers and friends
I met the men who defended
Jerusalem and broke its siege by
the Arabs, who fought tanks with
bare hands.
I talked politics, religion, wel-
fare, immigration; I absorbed
more than one person should be
asked to do in one day.
Of course, I am impressed by
what has been done and what
can and will be done in the
future. I am more resolved than
ever that nothing shall be done
by the alleged friends of Israel to
destroy the unity we have built
up in our communities. Only thus
can American Jewry continue to
help adequately. I am also of the
opinion that there are other ways
to help than by giving money
maybe at this conference some
new ideas will b3 born.
chow.
Tomorrow, we shall see Jeru-
salem and leave at night for Tel
I Aviv. We will spend the night at
I Tel Aviv and see that city Friday,
i then go to Haifa Friday and then
to the northern Galilee sections
of Israelincluding in our trip,
being present at the arrival of a
ship frorrf Roumania bringing
2700 new immigrants. Saturday,
we will visit Beer Sheba and the
Negev. Sunday and Monday, we
will see more sights. On Septem-
ber 11, we leave for Paris; from
that date, our arrangements are
still indefinite.
According to Chairmen Joseph M. '
Lipton and Jerome Weinkle, the ;
quota of 200 tickets is expected |
to be sold out shortly, since re- |
quests for reservations are coming ,
in from B'nai B'rith lodges j
throughout the state.
E. Albert Pallot, ticket chair- i
man, has announced that some ]
tickets may still be secured by.
calling the B'nai B'rith office.
Goldman is widely known in !
the field of jurisprudence and has
gained international attention in
recent years through his appear-
ances before committees of the
United Nations as the representa- |
tive of B'nai B'rith.
Born in Lowell, Mass., he re-
ceived his LL.B. summa cum
laude from Boston University
Law School in 1910 when he was
19. For the next two years he
served as a fellow of his alma
mater and then as assistant in-
structor.
He was admitted to the Massa-
chusetts bar in 1912. at which
Tropical Park Set
For Nov. 30 Opening
Tel Aviv, Israel
. Thursday. September 7
Here I sit on a porch overlook-
ing the Mediterranean relaxing
in a rocking chair and watching
(Continued to Page 4 B)
Th. American leed.r. inspect .chool for Yemenite..
The "stretch drive" of prepara-
tion is on for the opening of the
120-day thoroughbred racing sea-
son at Tropical Park on November
30. It gained added momentum
Wednesday when Track Superin-
tendent Henry E. Collins opened
the stables for arrivals from all
over the United States, and
Gerald Brady, director of racing
and general manager, opened his
offices for daily supervision at the
track.
With a registry of 911 thorough-
breds approved for stall assign-
ment, the Tropical Park barns are
now "filled" to overflowing. There
possibly will be some "weeding
and transfer of yearlings tem-
porarily, but the Gables plant is
assured the largest and most
notable registrations for the 41-
day meeting in the track history.
Several scores of other thorough-
breds will be available for the
feature and stakes events as they
are vanned from Hialeah, Gulf-
stream and private lodgings.
Tropical Park is under the
ownership of an organization,
headed by N. E. Herzfeld, who
directed the Yonkers Raceway in
New York. Thousands of dollars
have been spent in recent weeks
in complete renovation, redecora-
tion and new construction at the
Gables plant which Herzfeld is
determined to make one of the
nation's greatest mile ovals and
thoroughbred racing centers.
When patrons visit the "friend-
ly track" on its opening day and
succeeding afternoons, they will
find new traffic lanes and speed
traffic conditions to eliminate
former "bottlenecks." They will
find greatly extended and im-
proved facilities in the pari-
mutuels division.
Racing Secretary Francis P.
Dunne, and his assistant as well
as track handicapper, W. R.
(Duke) Dahlstrom.
ity Center, of which he is now
honorary president. He served as
president of Lowell Lodge of
B'nai B'rith for three years and
in 1941 succeeded Louis Fabricani
of New York as the district's
representative on the order's na-
tional executive committee, at
which time he was also elected
one of the three national vice
presidents.
IT. S. Film Men
Heel Wolfson
Mitchell Wolfson. Miami busi-
ness man and communal leader,
was named chairman of Ihe board
of directors of
the Theatre
Owners of Amer-
ica at the group's
fourth annual
convention in the
Shamrock Hotel.
Houston, Texas.
Wolfson. co>
owner with Sid-
ney Meyer, of
Wometco Thea-
tres in Florida
and Nassau, re-
ceived the honor
Wolfson at the conven-
tion's opening board meeting.
The officers are to be honored
at an elaborate president's dinner
at which W. Stuart Symington,
chairman of National Security
Resources Board, is chief speaker.
Theatre Owners of America
represent 9.500 movie theatres.
Enrollment In
Hay Schools Up
NEW YORK, (JTA)A distinct
increase in the number of Jewish
day schools and in enrollment?
throughout the United States was
noted in a survey just completed
by the Mizrachi National Educa-
tion Committee. Isidor Margolis,
executive director of the commit-
teeaffiliated with the Mizrachi
Organization of Americadis-
closed that the number of day
schools and kindergartens in the
U.S. has mounted to 142, located
in 49 cities, with total enrollments
having passed the 20,000 mark.
The committee, the first to ad-
vocate establishment of Hebiv
kindergartens and to propagate
the idea of the day school foi
older children and adolescents
throughout the country, has, ac-
cording to Mr. Margolis, "demons -
| trated the feasibility of day school
I education in Hebrew, Jewish and
j secular subjects in large cities as
well as in small communities." It
operates 67 day schools which are
directly affiliated or cooperating
regularly in its coordination pro-
gram. _______^^^
Beach Masada Meets
Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District held a general
meeting Thursday, November 2. at
8:45 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center.
Co-chairmen Roz Goldstein and
Art Cohen were in charge of a
quiz program on Israel and
Judaism in which members par-
ticipated.


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I
Co-Operative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Mr. Llebman, a member ol the New Tork Bar As? begin lils law practice In this area. Former director < the economic
commission of the Zionist Organization, he haa written and lectured
extensively ..n Israel and Z mlsn H< Is a member ot the national board of
the United Synagogue America and i.- a member ol the Miami geach
Jewish Center. Mr. Llebman is program chairman ol the Miami Beacn
Zionist District.THE EDITOR.
In the previous articles. I ex- ter, as they state, "an antagonism
plained the three principal types
of agricultural settlements: mos-
hava, kvutza and moshav. There
to burgeois life and urban de-
cadence and highly prize qualities
: sincerity, frugality, simplicity.
are four major kibbutzim. Many self-control, loyalty, responsibility
people use the word "kibbutz*'' ancj purity of body and soul."'
to identify any cooperative agri- ; xhey also used to stress the de-
cultural colonv. This practice even stability of small colonies. They
prevails in Israel. However, to
avoid confusion, a kibbutz, as
used herein, will refer to a group
of kvutzot banded together as a
federation and sharing a common
economic or political philosophy
toward socialism, attitudes toward
the youth movement and orienta-
tion toward the doctrines of
Aleph Daled Gordon. They aid
the members of their group in
marketing produce, setting up ed-
ucational systems, and giving
other guidance and direction and
sometimes even financial aid to
their affiliated kvutzol
The first group is known as the
Kibbutz Hameuhad or United
Group. They lay stress ^ of'the'new'state." The" Judge was
lism and politically tnej I .- -,, ... ; /; .... .,A x was awa
low the ideology ol Mapai. pres- ,f ;h( .,,, toward that
ently Israels largest political t T particularly mentioned
party. Theirs being a fnan^moye- ... topics because I thought that
.:. est in the new State
are anti-religious, opposed to
traditional prayer, ritual and
practice. They have many sheli-
chim (messengers) in other coun-
tries seeking to gam disciples
among the youtheven in A
ica. They are very dynamic, but
like all extreme left-wing move-
ments, they are very ehauvenistic.
During a visit to one of their
kvutza. I asked the mazkir (sec-
retary and titular head of the
kvutza) whether they would in-
Ivite the newly appointed District
'Judge for then area to address
| the chaverim on such topics as
the proposed constitution and
VUOth, the Festival of Lights or
Chanukah are nationalistic rather
than religious.
The final group is the Kibbutz
Hadati, composed of members of
Hapoel HaMizrachi and a few
individual colonies which have
affected a synthesis of orthodox
religious practice and socialism.
li ever there will be an adapta-
tion of orthodoxy in Israel to
present realities the impetus may
well come from the youth and
vitality of Hapoel and HaMiz-
rachi. Then1 was a time that some
religious Zealots believed that a
cow should not be milked on the
Shabbot. Then followed an inter-
val when the udders were emptied
to spare the cow pain but the
milk was thrown away so that
tin re could be no lruits of one's
labor on the Shabbot. In speaking
me of the young laboring
Mizrachists. one of them told me
that they felt that this waste of
milk was sinful, especially when
such a great shortage existed. He
continued, "We could not see this
milk being cast aside when we
know how much children need
this important food. We will not
sell the milk but we do give it to
Pratt Patients To
Preview Play
A preview of the comedy,
"Dulcy." will be presented by the
Studio M Theatre Group for
Veterans at the V.A. Hospital on
Tuesday and Wednesday, No-
vember 7 and 8, it has been an-
nounced by Kenneth Knopman,
veteran's service chairman of
Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
The program has been arranged
by Tropical Lodge as a supple-
ment to the weekly "B'nai B'rith
Nights" sponsored throughout the
year by B'nai B'rith lodges and
women's chapters in the South
Florida area.
- set upon
? problems arising by virtue | the orphans, and needy. This is
' not a violation of the laws of the
Torah!"
(In the next installment, I shall
discuss the birth of modern
kvutzot. their negation of the in-
dividual and their rearing of
Workshop Will Present
"Carolina Kid" Sunday
"The Carolina Kid." the tragic
tale of a boy who had to battle
all of society for the right to be a
scientist, in this week's presenta-
tion of Radio Workshop for
Democracy, to be heard Sunday.
November 5. at 7:45 p.m., over
station WMIE.
Cast for this program includes
Bill Grefe, Bill Rogers. Lowell
Thing. Vic Knobloch. Gertrude
Marx and Lennie Aronoff.
Gertrude Marx is director, with
Steve Kessler as musical director.
...(.. line, CD, '' *-.v irt" wwM. UiV 1UUJ1
the populati n size .1 an ndivi- an dual colony.
Trw second. Hew: Hakvutzot,
or Daganii K itz (Sociel
C rnmunal Groups' bel -

mystic belief in I labor
as laid down by Gordon: the curiosity Upon how his member
,f Israel, tilled ,, cju]d bt. advis, ., ...,,t A gift of ten albums of classical
by Israelis, must backbone t ^ ,nd h(, rt.pllod We have phonograph recordings was pre-
i f the count:,v. They also adhere >u,. Qwn leade,s who wlll tell us sfnted to the Booker T. Washing-
to Mapai. Recent immigration ... w,. ,], have our own t >n High School by the B'nai
their party loyalties His answer -------------------------------
was, "No!" I then asked him \ D, t> -ai. l*"*-..ll
Prime Minister Ben o nai D nth LOUIlCll
Gurion would ever be invited to | prpiipnfe RppnrHe
. on similar problems. Again resell IS IVCCOrUh
sedjTo Negro School
lessened their de-
ps Political
expediency, which colors much of
the life ol communal settlements.
:n as many as possible so as to
gain converts among the olim
The third group is named Kib-
butz Arzi All Palestine G:oupi
.: K:bbutz Hash imer Hatzair.
mbers belong to
Mapam, the second largest politi-
rty. Ma] sole rival
of Mapai for ntrol of the
Iruth, the General Federa-
tioi f Laboi M.ipam constitutes
the Histadruth
iades agricultural as
>. ; w rkers As
left-wing g jps. i Hat-
S '".< t rather
have
by 1
f lin ting the
in migi ati n : Ji I m those
. ..: ies I Israel. In I
papei the} mbers of th<
I
newspaper. A! Hamishmar. which
goes : everj member. They can
find out everything they need
(Every Party in Israel
has its own paper, the party
in.)
Before going to the last group,
a few words on the role of reli-
gion might be of interest. In some
of the kvutzot of all the groups
thus far mentioned, there have
been created practices bearing a
resemblance to traditionalism but
amended and re-evaluated. Thev
B'rith Council of Greater Miami,
it has been announced by Council
Director Charles R. Jacobson.
The contribution will assist the
ichool in launching a new cul-
tural projecta music library
where good records of the masters
may be borrowed, he said.
Expression of appreciation has
been received by the council from
Mrs. Edward T. Graham, who is
in charge of the project.
Members of B'nai B'rith and
their friends who wish to make
\v,' a 5cd,er,Sl': v" l '!n Z???*?! contributions to the Music Library
may do so through the B'nai
(only one Seder is conducted even
by the Orthodox) but they have
written new Haggadot. As dis-
ciples of Marx (but not related
to Communism as practiced in
Russia they believe ;n his adage
that religion is the opiate of the
masses. On Saturday mornings.
they have readings instead of re-
vices These readings
: -- the Bible.
..nd other Hebrew au-
schools, while por-
of Hebrew religious books
are taught as part of the litera-
B'rith Council offices at 330 Sey-
bold Bldg.. or call 82-5684 for
further information.
The first successful newspaper
in the colonies was started with '
permission of the royal governor
of Massachusetts in 1704.
te country,
'.'. '..'' practices ar.
neoi their T.
festi> ich as Bikkurim (offer-
: lens n
H; H
Kvutz t fos-'in : .. ,,n Sha-
*3W O-'SN yi rro.
Aabbl Joseph E. Rpckorsky
818 Michigan Avenua
Miami Beach
Phon S-3595
AltfKlCA* KoSHE
r QTJALITT
\
D br tWMCATlSSijt
Hi-Grade Food Co.
1733 N. W. 7th Are. Phone &4H56
VOTE
TUESDAY. NOV. 7, 1950
JOHN PARKHURST BOOTH
Republican Candidate
United States Senate
Congress4th Congressional
District of Florida
JOSEPH EDWARD
WORTON
House of Representatives
Florida Legislature from Dade
County
Group No. 1
RICHARD R. BOOTH
Group No. 2
GERALD SCHWARTZ
Group No. 3
NATHANIEL HOWELL
Dade County Board of Public
Instruction
District No. 1 ,
CLARENCE H. COCHRANE
District No. 2
DAVID A. DOUGLAS
District No. 3
GLADYS H. JACOBSEN
Dade County Purchasing Agent
GUSTAV H. KLOEHS
Commissioner of Florida Inland
Navigation District
D. R. UPDEGRAFF
ConstableDistrict 2__
(Precincts 44-66)
CECIL H. ROBINS
Vota your choice
No matter what your party
W Pol Adv.
To Sponsor Dance
AZA Chapter No. 322 will spon-
sor the weekly teen-age dance at
the Miami Jewish Community
Center on Tuesday, November 7.
at 8:30 p.m.
Isaac Levin Unit
To Hold Smoker
sponST'^S
Lodge. B'nai B'rith aac UiS
Novembers, at % ""^
home of Robert L*iJVlUl
6th Court. ithas&^Xfl
by President BJffi'gj
Program will includr "*|
movies and card game' I
of ='nangem,ntsaroB CS|
Morton p,;,v and x.U,sJ
Berliner. nd MaufcJI
Highlight of ,he proerar f
be a B'nai B'i uh raL&
over NBC featuring ^S^N
^d International^^
Goldman, which the *uV2
hear at 11:30 p.m. Up **
Beach MasadaWiu
j Hold Beach Party
Masada-Mi; mi Beach Yn,
I Zionist District will ^. ^I|
'"Dandy Sandy Bea'h & 1
Saturday. November 4 al-L*\
at Baker's Haulover. ii wfl
announced by Dave GooCl
president. ^w*l
Each paid-up member mavi
v.te one guest ho said. Mohw
will meet at the Miami &
Jewish Community Center
the Miami Jewish Comma
Center.
Co-chairmen nf the event |
Sybil Cowen and Lennv SchwjZI
Also assisting on the social cm.1
rnittee are Sid Yospe, &|
Jacobs. Marion Wieder. Main I
Metz and Marty Oppenheim.
Your Account will be Welcome
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Temt Kil *kMlstifhridUvn
PAGE 3 B
falafel Is Iraeli Equivalent Of Hot Dog
W* .. ____i. .ototio*- IT.jc) <5ir)r. ,%f Mom Vnrk fit,.
I Israel's snack compar-
lFal? h American hot dog or
V l" is sold on almost
fcJK, corner in Tel Aviv.
tc'v,h!', ,, native dish to come
JfflW .Jewish state.
L ,nnc for this piquant
ITh,e... r, a.k-made of Petah
B8^, bread), fried balls of
WPf; :' ,nahi\), garlic and red
Ene served with hot relish and
RPUV Paste (sesame sauce)
E5a? recipe handed down from
to daughter.
lgfFalafel recipe was given
ft.l" i, ilem street vendor to
h Le Beichman, a fourth gen-
operates a
the lower
Israeli, who
fcition
.,11 r< taurant
on
East Side of New York City.
The vague "pinches" of this and
"handfuls" of that, expressed by
Mrs. Reichman have been trans-
lated into workable measurements
by home economist Claire Brown
in the I. Rokeach & Sons' Kosher
test kitchen.
THE PETAH ROLL
8 cups of flour
2 teaspoons salt
2V& cups of warm water
1 package dried yeast
Mix and sift flour and salt into
large mixing bowl. Sprinkle yeast
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Korik, a 20-year-old all-around
athlete from Philadelphia who
performs for the University of
Tennessee cleared the pole vault
bar at 13 ft. 6 in. enroute to his
win in the grueling ten-event
competition the U.S. Israeli
basketball team got off to a good
start by thumping Turkey 55-16
. despite all these performances
Israel was still favored to win the
Olympiad as this column went to
press Denmark surprised by
taking five of the eight wrestling
titles, while the Sandier brothers.
Dave and Sol, of South Africa
did very well in the sprint and
quarter mile run ... it is apparent
that the United States' attempt
at gathering funds started very
late and probably prevented sev-
eral outstanding athletes from
making the trip to Israel .
Al Rosen,, the Cleveland third
baseman, asked Miami fans plan-
ning a homecoming celebration for
him not to give him any money
or lavish gifts instead, he said,
"If you feel you must do some-
thing for me, then raise the money
and give it to the Variety Chil-
drens' Hospital; they can use it,
and having a part in such a
project will give me more satis-
faction than any gift you can buy
me ." National Basketball As-
sociation coaches Eddie Gottlieb
and Red Auerbach, of the Phila-
, delphia and Boston clubs, have
', taken their teams to training at
! Hershey, Pa., and Boston, re-
I spectively both clubs have
I been augmented by several stars
from the five members who drop- i
i ped out of the league and are
I afforded excellent chances of
finishing close to the top in the
Eastern Division
,^rf^^/,^/',^*'>,v"\<''w,^
Mountain, New York, with Irv
Rothenberg and Len Chen, of the
Paterson Crescents in the Ameri-
can Basketball League, members
of the 14-man squad which Coach
Joe Lapchick took to the moun-
tain retreat ... Sid Gordon was
presented his second automobile
in two years when Boston fans
gave him a shiny new Cadillac
a year ago, the fans in New
Browns, 6-0 .. Two of New
York's finer basketball players of
high school ranks, Herb Apple-
baum and Leroy Halpern, a 6'6'
giant, have been enticed away
from Metropolitan schools to
matriculate at North Carolina
State relatives of Halpern
have indicated to disappointed
N.Y.U. people that the financial
blandishment placed before Hal-
pern was too much to overlook in
favor of the possible finer educa-
tion he might receive at the New
York school.
Balkin To Speak
Gilbert J. Balkin, director,
.^.. Florida regional office. Anti-
York City presented him with a Defamation League of B'nai
large car in Brooklyn ... B'rith, will address the members
. football experts are giving As- of the First Jewish Congregation
sistant Coach Al Sherman of the
New York Giants credit for the
development of Chuck Connelly,
striking New York Giant quarter-
back and passer the Giants
astounded the football world last
week by beating the Cleveland
Coral Gables, at their regular
Sabbath services Friday, Novem-
ber 3, at 8 p.m., at the group's f
temporary headquarters. 1618
Ponce de Leon Blvd. Subject of
Balkin's address will be "The Jew
and Democracy."
The New York Knickerbockers
have gone into training at Bear
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9-JmlstncrkHan
Myers' Mission To Israel
(Continued from Page 1 B)
the dancing and listening to the
music from a waterfront cafe
adjoining the hotel. Except for the
lad that I know I am still in
Israel, I could believe I was in
Atlantic City or Miami Beach
between 5th and 16th Streets. This
is so different from Jerusalem.
It is difficult to believe we are
only forty or fifty miles away.
It is the difference between
Asiatic and western civilizations.
Yet but a few miles away is
Yaffa. and the kibbutz and the
faim lands.
I wrote you Monday or Tues-
day about the tour through Israel.
I remember now I described the
< pening session. Well, we con-
t:nucd in session Tuesday and
Wednesday, the Prime Minister
and his entire cabinet attended
all sessions and he continued to
preside. The discussions were
frjnk and heatedthe UJA group
insisting that the flow of philan-
thropic funds was slackening an.i
in the light of the tremendous
netd for investment funds, a bond
:>sue was the only solution. The
C( uncil's point of view was that
we did not disagree with their
conclusions but we thought there
wore many serious disadvantages
that had to be considered by the
, government before it made its
| decision. The word battle raged.
We met in committee several
times at the Prime Minister's
homewe drafted and redrafted
statements, we presented facts
figures and Wednesday afternoon
late, the recommendations to the
government of Israel were to:
1. Continue UJA within the
welfare funds as heretofor.
2. Intensify all activities to in-
crease the flew of private invest-
ments to Israel.
3. Float a bond issue.
4. Stimuate and encourage in-
tergovernmental loans to Israel.
The closing session was a dinner
tendered to us by the government.
It was dramatic and dignified.
The Foreign Minister described
the occasion as an historic and
unusual onenever before had a
government of any country in-
vited citizens of another country
to come to the foreign country
to discuss its problems. We were
then presented with souvenirs of
the conference by Ben Gurion.
This morning, we toured Jeru-
salem. About that city. I will tell
you in detail when I return. lo
see it is to live again as in Biblical
days. The war damage is serious
and extensive but it is more than
compensated for by what its pre-
servation did for the spirit of its
people. Each man. woman and
child takes personal credit and
rejoices in his contribution during
the siege. They would rather show
you a damaged building where
twenty Jews held off 200 Arabs
than they would a dozen new
factories. We saw New Jerusalem
onlv. of course; the old city is
stili in Arab hands. The border
runs onlv 100 yards from the
Hotel King David where we
stayed. I visited the Hebrew Uni-
versity and (Council of Jewish
Women) School of Education and
will give you details. Suffice it
to saw Council's money is being
well "spent. We did a little shop-
ping in the business section and
then left at 6 p.m. for Tel Aviv.
We will tour Tel Aviv and
Galilee sections tomorrow; we
will stay in Haifa tomorrow and
Saturday night, back here Sun-
day night and then we leave
for Paris.
Myers chats with Yemenite immigrants in their transit tent "home."
Sholom Women Adhere To Stage Axiom,
Man Will Come To Dinner On November 6
ng to the tradition that
i -':. '. must go <>n." Sister-
d of Temple Beth Sholom will
present "The Man Who Came
I Dinner' as -cheduled on No-
nber 6. ;n spite of the sudden
illness of the leading man. Paul |
Greene, who is now at Mt. Sinai
H spital A professional actor.
Robert M. LaFlower. has con-
sented to step into the role of
Sheridan Whiteside. although
there is only one week left before
the performance.
A native of Detroit, he has had
experience in theatre and radio
as an actor and director. He is a
graduate <,f the University of
Denver and has worked in Little
Theatre groups in Elkhart and
South Bend. Indiana, and in Sel-
ma. Alabama.
"The Man Who Came to Dinner"
will be presented at 8:30 p.m. in
the new Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium. Lillian Fox is direct-
ing the production. Mrs. Louis
Stoff, drama chairman, is being
assisted by Mrs. Bertram Waller
and Mis. Eli Meltzer who are in
charge of properties.
Proceeds from the performance
i will go to the temple religious
school, the sisterhood's chief
project.
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of the University of Miami, will
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letic policy and show movies of
the Pittsburgh and Purdue games
at the next meeting of the Men's
Club of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center on Tuesday. November 7,
at 8:15 p.m.
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Interest Of Youth In
Declines With Age, 2
NEW YORKs (JTA)Comple-
tion of a two-year study of the
reactions of Jewish boys to
various aspects of their Jewish-
ness was announced this week
jointly by the National Jewish
Welfare Board and the Commis-
sion on Community Interrelations
of the American Jewish Congress,
which co-sponsored the study and
are now making it available.
The collective subject of the
study were 166 boys, ranging in
age from seven to seventeen, all
affiliated with Jewish Community
Centers in the New York metro-
politan area.
The data establishes that the
younger groups have positive
altitudes toward activities with
Jewish content to a greater ex-
tent than do the older groups.
The same applies in the matter
of associating with Jews.
The study goes on to reveal that
as they grow older, Jewish
youngsters manifest a lessening
of interest in Jewish activities
and associations. This develop-
ment, however, the surveyors sug-
gest, may be the result not of a
rejection of their Jewishnessas
is commonly assumedbut rather
to a broadening of social and
intellectual horizons. This, fur-
thermore, is accompanied by a
growing reluctance on the part of
the maturing youngster to be
socially and culturally isolated.
Comparing the "low" socio-
economic status subjects with
the "high," the study found that
the former reveal a greater
tendency to prefer activities
with Jewish content. They are
more likely to assume that being
Jewish is a sufficient reason for
engaging in Jewish-content ac-
tivities and indicate that they
feel more at home with Jews
than among non-Jews. The
"high" socio-economic status
Jewish Activities
-Year Survey Shorn
hat ,f Jews ge, togeth *
or a Jewish purpoM
therefore consider ^T
-.h Jewish contentdpp;;<*
.n such group,. More ,ign,2
are the finding,. (a)th8lyo^
sters in this group ,,. J*
interested in activities thaT 2
not have Jewish content t
that they prefer aT*J*
tion, and (c) that they *
concerned about anti.j.u
hostility. "nJewuk
The study compares the m !
tudes of subjects coming g
homes with intensive je2
background with those of limiw
Jewish environment. It f^^,
the former are more receoUvM.
programs of Jewish content\t
the same time they indicate erea
er sensitivity m the matter i
feeling "different" from oW
people. By contrast, the fc." I
whose home environment is W
ishly limited show a prefe-enr!
for general-content activities iS
for mixed association. They ah
give fewer indications that ihnl
feel "different." They tend tolS
upon Jewish-content activities
remote but. under circumstanea
which they regard as appropriate,
they occasionally prefer such pnJ
grams.
The study, conducted bv Dr |
Isidor Chein. director of research
for the C.C.I.. and Jack Hurwiu.
former research consultant of tit
J.W.B.. was undertaken to gunk!
centers in more effective pro.
gramming for children and youth.
The center's motivation in thai
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out, is to help younger members
to achieve a "wn >iesome identi-
fication with and satisfying par-1
ticipation ;n both the Jewish and
general coinmumt.es of which!
they are a p
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-JewlstFhridian
PAGE 5 B
ho Speaks For Israel At The U.N.?
DAVID NUSSBAUM
KE SUCCESS. Two out-
K features of the two-and-
'.ng u nation of Israel
old
been
,llv reflected in the
h Se's delegation to the
Ln of nations. They make
Ktion as unique as the
iev if represents. One is Is-
characteristic as a melting-
[na, onalities, and the other
tit has become also a great
V.pot of intellectuals and
rs gathered from wide parts
e globe.
re is no doubt that the
delegation is distinct from
ers in the spread of former
alities represented among
elve members. From many
rs of the world, they have
along the highroad of the
ational Zionist movement to
the Homeland's battles in
0rld organization. There are
Africans, Lithuanians, Rus-
an Austrian, a Canadian, a
an and an Argentine. There
holars. legal experts, med-
uthorities, and agronomist
lecomphshed linguists among
'As debaters, they are one
s strongest teams.
orator is the permanent
of the delegation, Abba
who doubles in brass as
i's Ambassador to the United
In an international poli-
organization, which is also
fernational debating society
very nature, a delegate's
Ities as a speaker are in-
ly an attribute- high on the
the qualifications by which
Effectiveness and stature are
In this department Eban
be among the top
in the UN on any
te's list. A Cambridge per-
sist in the King's English,
is probably the sole delegate
extemporaneous interven-
in a debate can be taken
d as flawless prose
[point of fact, Eban took his
s at Cambridge in lan-
s, except that the languages
idied were somewhat remote
English. They were the
tc ngues, and he went on
arch and lecture in Arabic
n and Hebrew literature.
solid preparation for a
al and diplomatic career in
ddle East was doubtless not
fat di liberate motivation,
Mr. Eban stemmed from a
sentative here and has
pleading its case ever since.
At 35, Eban is undoubtedly the
youngest top delegates in the
world organization (next young-
est, it is presumed, is Poland's
the Foreign Ministry, who drew
up the state's draft constitution;
Dr. Shmuel Eliashiv, Israel's
Minister to Czechoslovakia and
Hungary, former director of the
popular Julius Katz-Suchy, also I f?rS.\J?U'f,?ean ***** f .he
a Jew), as well as probably the foreign offlce and for a number
youngest ambassador in Wash-
ington, D. C. In 1945, he married
Susan Ambache, daughter of Pal-
estinian-born parents and last
January their first child was born,
a son they named Eli.
Next in line in the delegation
is Israel's consul-general in New
York, Arthur Lourie. Short, fair-
complexioned and reserved in
nature, Lourie began a career
with the Jewish Agency in 1933,
when he gave up the practice of
law to become political secretary
of the Agency's London section,
a position that brought him into
association over a period of years
with the then president of the
Agency, Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
Like Eban, Lourie came from a
well-known Zionist family of
South Africa and graduated at
Cambridge where he was presi-
dent of the University Zionist
Society.
Before joining Israel's diplomat-
ic corps when the state was es-
tablished, Lourie had acted for
the Jewish Agency before the
Anglo-American Committee of
Inquiry in Jerusalem and had
been secretary of the Jewish
delegation at the "Round Table
Conference" initiated by Neville
Chamberlain and Malcolm Mac-
Donald just prior to the White
Paper. He was appointed director
of the Agency office in New York
in January, 1947. His wife, the
former Jeanette Leibel, is execu-
tive secretary of Hadassah.
The delegation's legal adviser
and expert sitting on the UN As-
sembly's important legal commit-
tee is Dr. Jacob Robinson, who
served in the same capacity in
the Jewish Agency's delegation
which presented the Jewish case
to the United Nations. Once a
member of the Lithuanian parlia-
ment and counselor of the Lithua-
nian Foreign Office at the League
of Nations and the World Court,
he has been head of the Institute
of Jewish Affairs of the American
and World Jewish Congresses and
a consultant to the UN Commis-
sion on Human Rights. Author of
many books and articles, he is a
renowned expert in interational
law and represents Israel in such
of years a member of the central
executive committee of Histadrut,
Dr. Moshe Tov, an Argentinian
and student of dietetics, who be-
came a familiar figure as Argen-
tine representative at many Zion-
ist conferences and Congresses
and is now the Foreign Ministry's
expert on Latin America and the
organizer of its Latin American
division; Dr. Gideon Rafael, coun-
selor to the Foreign Ministry and
principal adviser to the perma-
nent UN delegation, who was a
Haganah commander during the
Arab riots of 1936-39, later served
Haganah on missions to Europe,
assisted in preparing the Jewish
case for the Nuremberg trials and
served on the Jewish Agency's
delegation during the UN de-
liberations on Palestine.
Also acting as alternate repre-
sentatives are Joseph Oren, an
M.D. from the University of Vi-
enna, who does triple duty as
director of the Department of
Social Medicine in the Ministry of
Health, head of health and social
affairs in the Foreign Ministry
and chief delegate to the World
Health Organization; Reuven
Shiloh, senior counsel in the
Foreign Ministry and negotiator
of one of the existing armistice
agreements; Cecil Heyman, eco-
nomic counselor in the Washing-
ton embassy and a writer on
economic subjects; Avraham Har-
man, consul-general in Montreal,
who will direct Israel's new cen-
tral office of information in New
York; and I. L. Kenen, the delega-
tion's director of information, who
served in the same function with
the Jewish Agency and was a
founder and international vice
president of the American News-
paper Guild.
The first issue of the New York
Weekly Journal, Nov. 15, 1733,
contained an article on liberty of
"the press.
Tropical Groups
To Hold Social
A membership social will be
sponsored jointly by Tropical
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and Tropical
Women's Chapter on Sunday,
November 5, at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation.
According to Mrs. Melvin Ben-
ner, president of the women's
group, and Sam Kessler, lodge
president, the affair is designed
to encourage husbanfls and wives
of both units to participate in
the current membership cam-'
paign.
A full evening of movies, danc-
ing and refreshments has been
planned by the entertainment
committees of both groups. Mem-
bership chairman, William Herz-
brun, and co-chairrman, Frank
Zieve, have announced that there
will be a premier showing of the
United Nations film, "Of Human
Rights." Assisting with arrange-
ments will be Alvin Budner,
Leonard Uhr, Max Praslawsky
and Howard Levine.
Hank Meyer Speaks
The Men's Club of Temple Beth
Sholom is slated to hold a meet-
ing Thursday, November 2. at 8
p.m. in the temple patio, Frank
Kamen, president, has announced.
Hank Meyer, public relations
counselor for Miami Beach, will
discuss "The Political Future of
Miami Beach."
TYS Club Elects
Sandra Friedman
Sandra Friedman was elected
president of the TYS club, teen-
age girl's group of the Miami
Jewish Community Center, at a
recent meeting.
Others elected to office were
Ruth Dixon, vice president; Renee
Bobrow, secretary; Iris Nissinoff,
treasurer; Phyllis Greenberg, ser-
geant-at-arms; and Anita Green-
berg, Youth Council representa-
tive.
The group meets at the center
every Thursday at 8 p.m.
'With Malice Toward All*
Will Be Aired Sunday
"With Malice Toward All," lat-
est program in the the New
Frontier series, will be heard
Sunday, November 5, at 10:45 a.m.
over radio station WIOD.
Produced by the Institute for
Democratic Education, the New
Frontier is presented in Greater
Miami through the Anti-Defama-
tion League's Florida regional
office.
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closely identified with the difficult international questions
; movt ment and he himself
[>een an active adherent in
from his early youth.
i Eban went to Jerusalem in
Iwhere he assumed the task
tiled Headquarters of secur-
prticipation of Jewish volun-
in special and dangerous
6ns in the Near East and
we. Lati r, he became chief
Ictor at the Middle East
. Center in Jerusalem. He
ed widely in the area, lec-
! in Arabic and Hebrew and
>e known as a leading ex-
of modern Hebrew style
writings.
June. 1947, he became the
Agency's Liaison Officer
|he UN Special Commission
Uestine. which subsequently
fed in favor of partition. He
member of the Agency's
>jion at the 1947 General
fcbly session which approved
(on. Four months later he
oack leading the fight to
am the original decision for
statt hood. His devastating
on the proposal to revoke
(on, which reduced that
('gn to ribbons, is recognized
1 stand-out episode in UN
Two weeks after, he was
s permanent repre-
as the problem of statelessness
and missing persons.
Israel's first-string line-up is
rounded out with Zalman Aranne,'
who went to Palestine in 19261
after studying agronomy at the
University of Kharkov and is
presently chairman of the Foreign
affairs and defense-committee of
the Knesset. Mr. Aranne has been
an elected official of Histadrut for
many years and has been General
Secretary of the Mapai since
November, 1948.
The alternate representatives in
the delegation include Dr. Yehuda
Pinhas Kohn, political adviser in
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'Jmlsii Fhridfiatn
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 7B
-" -r nv PUBLICATION
Bff'&ncuiT COURT OF THE
THK .KvK\ v IN \ND TOR DADB
5tY IN CKANCBRT, No.
^JotRDMANN, Plaintiff, vs.
F?* n KKiKDMNNN, Defendant.
>-V,Vvi dFRIEDMANN,
;,' 124th St.,
' ".: ,, Se York
,. I ,.,.,| im serve a copy
'.,." ,,!. mil of Com-
&%.? Divorce .... the plaintiff's
hi '"; rile the original
'"> ",', nice "f the Clerk of
. ',,.,.. or before the
A I- lB0; other-
r\' riii of Complaint rpr Divorce,
k;;:,1'.1;, i herein, will be taken
'Florida, this the
E''.' of i: '"lEATHEKMAN.
,-,,., n of the Circuit ''..int.
pail* County, Florida.
|"' '' "voi"w. STOCKING.
1 Deputy cieik.
LTl,N- \ FRIEDMAN,
K 111,1b Miami, Florida.
ilf/l-lO-l-
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
LlT|- is HEREBY GIVEN that
t undersigned, desiring to engage In
>" under the fictitious name of
""iSrINK PKTBRS al 730 Lincoln
L, A ,'i.i Beach, Florida. Intends
Stater Mid name with the Clerk
ffc"cull Court of l>ade County.
UKI.I.A If. BECKER
Bole Owner
If 11/3-10-17 _____________
"NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
fflj CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
s'lWENTll .HIUCIAL. CIRCUIT,
AND Ki.l! DADE COUNTY,
0JUTM IN CHANCERY, No.
TvK i; ri:EITAB, Plaintiff, vs.
IiVlliX V FRBITAS, Iiefendant.
TTalzira A. FREITAS. 355
j Uenue, San Leandro, California.
IrMolred lu serve a ropy of your
,r m ih. Bill of Complaint for
i on plalntlffa attorney,
Rol.Ii SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road,
gen. I'loi Ida, and file the
filial in the office of the Clerk of
(Court on or before the 16th of
'tmhrr. 1950, ollierwi.se a Decree
| rill be entered against
\. hall be ptililisheU once
[ reek loi 'our consecutive, weeks
jh,. j.. I 1IIM.
fc,,.,l ... tober 16. 1950.
E H I.I :.\THERMAN, Clerk.
tuit Cui i Seal)
By K'M. W. BTOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk.
h-!i I! : 10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREItY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fi< titloua nami ol
SHAW BURDICK al 1241 \ w
2ist Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the i'l,-rk of
the circuit Court of Had.- County
Florida.
WALTER SHAW
SAMUEL BURDICK
LEO BHBINBR
Attnrnej for Applicants
302 Roper Bldg.
Mlarfll, Florida
11/8-10-17-11
notice UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
lOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BBderslgni :. di -n Ins to engage in
L si the fictitious name of
IJlCH PLUMBING CO. 1 not Inc.) at
I Miami Beach, Florida,
flull I.....Bister said name with the
Irk nl the Circuit Court of Dado
III Florida.
MR HARRY DENBITZ
-... o nor
10) BENJAMIN
I Mr. Harry Denliitz
WE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
|rol'.\T\ .Ml IflE'S '. HUT, IlADH
ll'STY, FLORIDA.No. 16791.
ESTATE .!'
DBA HKNSHAW
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jDTICK i- .. reby given that I have
eporl and petition for
as administratrix of
wtati Cora Henshaw, deceased;
In 15th day of November,
I will upply to the Honorable
m, County Judge of Dade
Inly. Florida, for approval of said
I for final discharge as
' Ix of the Estate of Cora
! ted.
th daj of October, I960.
ANNETTE HILL,
As Administratrix of the Estate
'' Henshaw, deceased,
8, HELM \N .v.- KAPLAN
"'it f.H Administratrix
"'.', 11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN' THE I'lltCCIT CtU'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
136294.
HERBERT LIPKIND, Plaintiff, vs.
DORIS COLODNY LIPKIND, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO; Doris COLODNY LIPKIND,
1 defendant
c/o Mary Colodny
2224 South Highland Avenue
Log Angeles 16, California
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complain! for Divorce has 1.....n
filed against you, and you arc required
to serve a copy Of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney. Turk &
Newman. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court 011 01
before the 26th day of November, 1950.
if you fall to do so, judgment by
default will be taken agalnsl you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weekH
in The Jewish Florid Ian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26 day of October, A.D.
I9S0.
E. I!. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
circuit court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It. 'H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
TlltK S- NEWMAN
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11/3-1..-17-2I
[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
.1, desii Ing to engage In
I tie 1 the fictitious name of
I"Al!h PRINTING at 18 Collins
ml Beach, 1-hi., intends to
I name with the clerk of
1 Uri-uit Court of Hade County,
pos*
. ., HOWARD BUSHINSKY
notice UNDER FICTITIOUS
llTI.M- NAME LAW
'Hi 1, is HEREBY OIVEN that
[ Wed, desiring to engage in
I .del the fictitious name of
r i-'-.Ai.'i v si Ti- Seybold Bulld-
*.'"" r'orlda, Intends t.. register
t, V '"' "'" Clerk of the Circuit
f' Dade County. Florida.
iiv1...,n..V'l;l:,tT M chisi.in'i;
ton,VY ARONOVITZ
Prt for Applicant
[NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|"TIl'|.;
HEREBY OIVEN that
I [>' I. desiring to engage In
flu'',':'.' "'" "Ctitlous name of
PALSI PER VALUE MARKET, at
im'v ,'-,'"' Avenue, Miami. Dade
li;,;,,' '"'l|. Intonds to register
I' I'jWi,,, the clerk of the Circuit
Fiof Dade County, Florida.
|X i; sii^'.'.1.'" ROTTBNBBRQ

_________LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., m, NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage in
t'-ni.ss under the fictitious name of
Roj s Health shoes at 7950 N. E. 2nd
;,\'V M!;',1"1' '-nd to register said
name with the clerk ,,,,. circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
HARRY BUXBAUM
HAVIH FISHBEIN
Owners
FREDERICK H QROSSBERQ
Attorney f,. applicants
."I Biscayne Bldg.
i" 20-27 11/3-10
V .,.N,?TICE BY PUBLICATION
'.' K'\ CIRCUIT .....IRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ob FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
, V,"1 ~ IN CHANCERY, No.
NI,\N^V KRUMHOLZ, also known as
MAXKR,' MHOLZ, Plaintiff, vs.
BETTY_KRUMHOLZ, Defendant.
I": IM.l TV KRUMHOLZ
2390 Tlebout Ave.,
Bronx '',, New York
You are required to sei v a cony of
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office or the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 25 day of
November, A.D. I:.:."; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for liivorce. here-
tofore fii.-d herein, will be taken as
confessed by you
Dated al Miami. Florida, this the
23 day of (let., [5o,
E B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade Counts, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: w.M. w. BTOCKINO,
___ Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
10/27 ll/:i-lu-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRcriT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIR.'I'IT IN AND
FOR HADE cul'NTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No, 136128.
EIliENIA CORNISH, Plaintiff, vs.
OBOROE FRANCIS CORNISH, Iie-
fendant.
TO: Mr. George FVanols Cornish,
229 Beach, mth street
Belle Harbor, I>mg Island
New York
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
BUI of Complaint in the above cause
for Divorce, on the plaintiff's at-
torneys, ami file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court, on or bei*..re November 17. I960,
otherwise said Pill of Complaint will
lie taken as confessed by vou.
Hated this 19 day of October, 1950.
E. It. LEATHBRMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
1 )ade County, Florida.
(Circuit Curt Seal)
By; \VM. W. BTOCKINO,
I leputy Clerk.
MI ERS, HBIMAN A- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
650 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
10/20-2" 11/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
I36S59.
II Y.MAN SHINS. Plaintiff, vs.
LEE SHIN'S. Defendant.
SI1T FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mrs. Lee Shins
c o Shapiro
221 South lath Street
Allen:..u 11, Pennsylvania
Yon, Lee Shins, are hereby notified
that a BUI of complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy "f your
Answer or Pleading to "the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Joseph II. Gang, 346 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida, and tile the original
Answer or Pleading in the office Of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 30th day of November,
lrCiO. If you fail to do so. judgment
bj default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill 'if
< lomplaint.
This notice shall be published once
,ach week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 311th day of October, AvD.
1900.
B. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad.- County, Florida.
(Circuit c.....t Heal)
By W.M. W
JOSEPH H. GANZ
Attorney for Plaintiff
11 S-10-17-24
ST. ..'KINO.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
aaa Transfer and Rug Cleaning at
111 N. E. 6th Street, Miami, Honda,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RALPH BIRSCH
MAURICE BIRSCH
11/3-10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under I he fictitious name ..I
HOTEL M< IRR1S al 1890 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, l lorldu, ntenda 1 )
register said name with the lerg "i
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1'"'"la-' MORRIS WACHHOLDBR
GENET & GENET, ESQS.
Attorneys for Applicant
11/3-111-17-21
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE is herebj given thai
FANNIE (FAYE) TUPLER and IRV-
ING GREENBERG, wl... formerly eon-
ducted a co-partnership under the firm
nam. ol GENERAL HARDWAREl O.,
1611-21 N.w. !6th street. Miami, have
dissolved their partnership, and thai
n>, -aid business will hereinafter oe
inducted solely bj IRV1N0 GREEN-
BERG; thai all person- concerned are
herebj notified that FANNIE (FAYE)
TUPLER is no longer connected with
said business and is nol responsible
for an) debts arising out "' sara
business: and that the said IRVINO
GREBNBERQ herebj assumes ine
debts ..r the former partnership con-
ducted by them. ,, .
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once a week for a period of two Weeks
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
GERSHON MILLER
Attorney for General Hardware Co.
311 i.in.oin Road, Ml iml Beach, Ma.
11/3-10__________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Florsheim Shoe store, 21.'. East Flaglei
St., Miami, Fla., Florsheim Shoe Shop,
64'J Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla.,
intends to register said name with th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
COWEN-BULBIN SHOE
STORES, INC.
10/27 11/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU.....IAI, CIRCCIT
OF I'l.oltlDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136079.
JOSIP IVIN, Plaintiff, vs.
TOM EC A IVIN, TVfendant.
TO: TOMECA IVIN.
Zara, Lukoran, Jugoslavia.
You 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 the 20 day of November,
A.D. 1950; Otherwise, the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
16 day of October, 1950.
!:. B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the ("ircuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \VM. W. STOCK INC.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold 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 name of
Circle insurance Ageni ) at 1220 Bis-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ARNOLD P, IP ISBN
C. A HAAS
C. R. SAPIRO
MYERS, HBIMAN .v KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
10/27 11/3-HI-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EMBASSY RESTAURANT at 1357
COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH.in-
tends to register said name with the
ci.ik of the circuit Court .d Dade
County, Florida.
EMBASSY RESTAURANT, INC.
(iwners
BEIUCK ,* SHAPIRO
Attorneys for applicant
IL'" Lincoln Road
in 27 11/3-10-17-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT col'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136246.
ANN JOSEPHINE McNULTY, Plain-
tiff, vs. WALTER FRANCIS
McNULTY, I >efi iidaut
To: WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY,
Resldi ni L'nknown.
You are required to serve n copy of
your answer to the BUI Of C.....plaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney.
and to file the original answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the I 'ilcllll Com I
on or before the I'.", .l.i.v of November,
A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill ol Com-
plain) for Divorce. heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
D.'ited at Miami. Florida, tills the
24 dav of Oct., 1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) .......
By: M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff. .....
|ir", Sevbold Bldg., Miami. Florida
10 21 11 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
th.. undersigned, desiring to 1 nga
business under the fictitious name Ol
SOUTH MIAMI DRUG STORE at 318
N'oi Hi 2nd Road, South Miami. Honda,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit I ourl of Dade
r""",V' SAMUEL W. ROSENBLATT
El.KY STONE
IAttorney for Samuel W Rosenblatt
10/27 11/3-10-17
y*t***/t ! N. C. tad ST. Ml AM
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-383
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
I rri'l.H Dol.l. HOUSE at 6789
-; \v Mh street, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Comity, Florida.
EDNA S SWART/.
MYRTLE A. VALL'NT'OVIC
10/13-20-27 11/3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
n,,. undersigned, desiring to engage m
business un.br the fictitious name of
Bill's Grill al 2018 N. W. is. Court,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
sol. POLAND
HELEN POLAND
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN .
Attorney for Applicants
geybold Bldg. \
11/3-10-17-21 ^
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KIDDY1.AND at 3108 North East 2nd
Avenue. Miami, Dade County, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
< lerk of the circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
GEORGE PETER WELLS
tinillx ided one-half Interest.
GEl IRGE 1: BERNSTEIN
undivided on,.-half Interest.
IM.l:A' STONE
Attorney for George Peter Wells
..Tel ieorge 11. Bel nsteln
1..... Congress Building
Miami. Florla,
1" 20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name I
M AUDI DOR APARTMENTS at 1350
Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuil
of Dade County, Florida.
SIDNEY EDELSTEIN and
REBECCA EDELSTEIN, his wife
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Sidney IM.lstein and
Rebecca EdelBtein, his wife
1" l:i-2..-27 II 3
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
136078.
FRED F. WERTHMAN, JR., Plaintiff,
vs. MARGARET It. WERTHMAN,
1 lefendant,
TO: MARGARET P.. WERTHMAN,
81 Bennett street
Southern Pines. North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a Bin
of Complaint foi Dlvon e lias been filed
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's attorney and file the original
answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Novem-
ber 20, 1960, otherwise the alienations
of the bill will be taken as confessed
by you.
Dated this Hi day of October, port.
a. B LEATHERMAN,
Cl.-rk -if the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court SchI)
By W.M. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MANUEL LUBBL
Attorney for Plaintiff
715 Pan American Bank Bldg.
Miami 32, 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 name of
PINE BAR A ORIEL at 265a N.W.
20th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH FYKIN
Bole owner
PALLOT, SILVER, TATIIA.M,
ABDO & MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicant
Congress Bl.lt:.
In 2.1-27 11/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF-THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN" AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
186012.
LILL1E KR VMER, Plaintiff, vs.
JULIUS KRAMER, Defendant.
SUIT F. iR DI V IRCE
TO: JULIUS KR VMER,
113 West Mth Street.
Apartment No. M W,
New York, N.w York
YOU are hereby notified thai B B II
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answei
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, Milton A.
Frlenmn, 1112:; Seybold Building, Miami,
Florida, and file tl......iglnal Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
13 dav of November, I960, if you fall
to do so, judgmi in by default ill be
taken agalnsl you for the rellel de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 12 daj of October, A.D.
1950.
E B. LBATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuil Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM, W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.lt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KARLIN CLEANERS at 405 151 h
Street, Miami Beach. Florida, intend
to register nald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
man OELBARD
ANNA GELBARD
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
923 Seybold Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
10/13-20-27 11/3 ;*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring t< engag In
business under tin- fictitious name of
BOMAR SERVICE at 549 Seybold
Building. Miami. Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
BONTTA BAEIt
L. int.ie-1
MARJORIE PEPPERCORN
': interest
KAS8, FULLER & CULBREATH
547-553 Seybold 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 fictitious name of
CBNTUKY HOTEL at 1 In Ocean
Drive. Miami B.ach. Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida.
SAM COHEN a 111
ANNA COHEN,
Equal Partners
ALAN KINO and
MANFRED J. BERLINER,
Attorneys foi Sam Cohen and
Anna Cohen
p. 13-20-27 11 ::
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
MTU JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 1351......
JANET NABER, Plaintiff. VS.
STANLEY NABER, Defendant.
You, STANLEY NABER, 617 -18th
Street, Union City, New Jersey, are
required t. serve a copy of your
Answer to the Bill of Complaint for
divorce on plaintiffs attorney, and
file the original In the office of the
Clerk of this Court on or befor.
November 8, 1950, otherwise 1.....
Pro Confcsso will be entered against
you.
Dated October 9. 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiffs Attorney
i'27 Lincoln Bo,id
Miami Beach, Florida
10 13-20-27 11 3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I IF THE
11TH 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 R( >A 11
TAYLOB CENTER, MICHIGAN
YOU are required to serve a copy ol
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the Plaintiff's att
and to file the original answer iii the
Office of the Clerk Of the Circtl.t
Court on or before the 18th day of
November, A.D. 1950; othi s Ise 1
Bill of complaint for Divorce here-
tofore filed herein will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED al Miami. Florida, on this
10 day of October, 191 I.
1: B LEATHBRMAN,
Cl.-rk of circuit Court
Dade Countv, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. C, FEIGE,
Deputy Clerfc.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Soii.-itor,
NORMAN l: l.Y. INS
I'll (llympla Building
Miami, Florida.
10 13 2"-27 11/3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE!
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
135917.
ESTHEB 11 Y.MAN, Plaintiff, vs.
DANIEL J HY.MA.N. Defendant,
SUIT FOB DIVORCE
TO: DANIEL J, HY.MA.N,
Resident e L'nknown
You arc hereby notified that a Bill
of Complain) for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are 1. q
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton a.
Friedman, 1023 Seybold Building. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the origin
Answer or Pleading In the office f
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 9 day ..f November, I960.
If vou fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for tho
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint. '
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this 9 daj of October, A.D.
1950.
!: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) WM. W. BTOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law, 1021 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/13-20-27 11/3


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