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The Jewish Floridian ( November 10, 1950 )

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leudslUEIoudra Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^TifME23-NUMBER 45 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS ten Gurion 13-Man Cabinet Wins Vote Of ^Confidence IFRUSALEM, (JTA)—Premier David Ben Gurion's new 13President Chaim Weizmann in rnhinet received a vote of confidence from the Israel. Rehovot.ThePresident wasgreetin UODU'ci *". .. .. ... _,, ed hv Premier Ben Gurinn on ji—mi The vote was 69 to 42 with two abstentions. The Iposition votes were cast by members of the Mapam, Herut, ^eral Zionists and Communist parties. ati'lv after the vote was composed of seven members of Israel Not Secure Until 3,000,000 Jews Live There, Dr. Silver Warns bounced. Speaker of the House Lph Spiinzak called up each Khe Ministers to take his Conditional oath of allegiance. 1st was the Premier, who was Bowed bv the two new rnemh of the body—Yaakov Gen, lependent. and Pinhas LuCiker. Mapai, who have asned the portfolios of Trade and strv and Agriculture, reletively. The other Ministers ved, except for Labor MinisJGolda Myerson and Finance Inister Eliezer Kaplan, who are r in the United States and will ke their oath upon their return. the Mapai three members of the Religious Bloc, one member of the Progressive Party, one member of the Sephardim and one nonpartisan. The ministers and their portfolios are: Prime Minister Defense, Ben Gurion, Mapai; Foreign Affairs, Mr. Sharett. Mapai; Finance. Eliezer Kaplan. Mapai; Communications, Dr. Bernard Joseph, Mapai; Education, David Remez, Mapai; Labor and Social Insurance, Golda Myerson, Mapai; Agriculture, Pinhas Lubianiker, Mapai; Interior Health and Immigration. Moshe Shapiro, ed by Premier Ben Gurion on behalf of all members of the new government. In response Dr. Weizmann congratulated Mr. Ben Gurion and all Ministers of the new Cabinet on their successfully overcoming the recent Cabinet crisis. At the meeting it was decided to submit to parliament the draft of a bill on the term of life of the present parliament. The Cabinet also appointed ministerial committees to deal with urgent problems facing the Jewish state. NORFOLK, Va„ (JTA) -Dr. Abba Hillel Silver this week declared that "the young state of Israel will not be strong and secure until there are three to four million Jews there, firmly rooted in a stable economy." He added that "the state of Israel cannot by its own resources accomplish this any more than it could have achieved its political independence by its own efforts exclusively." Dr. Silver was the guest speaker at a banquet which closed the two-day silver jubilee conference of the Seaboard Region of the Zionist Organization of America held here with more than 500 delegates in attendance. Isador S. Turover. of Washington, was unanimously elected for a second finup Z debate' S !" igious Bloc; Religious Affairs kceded the vote, Mr. Ben Gurion blared that his new coalition Ipendence and, above all, safelarding the security of the state. t warned that the dangers ahead the young state are as grave as se which it has thus far faced. concluded his address with an .„sion of hope for the stabilij of the government. Being the early hours of the Tneral debate in the Knesset, and War Sufferers, Rabbi Judah Maimon, Religious Bloc; Social remmcn't" would be based on a j Welfare, Rabbi ItzhakMeir Levin ,"" f -eatherine in the Religious Bloc; Justice, Pinhas Increasing indultria\ and Rosen. Progressive; Police Affairs, fitaS PSUSSuin order Bchor Shitreet, Sephardim; Trade maximum economic inandjndustry. Yakov Gen, nonThe only member of the old Cabinet who does not appear on the new body is former Education Minister Zalman Shazar, who is reported to be the next Minister or Abassador to the Soviet Union. Mr. Lubianiker, who is taking over the Agriculture portfolio el may be succeeded in his post of eign Minister Moshe Sharett *""****'**"£ l?f „rtnilv the lared that Israel's program at by Mordecai Namir presently the United Nations is one of deMinister to Moscow^Mr Namir 1 has resigned that post effective next month. The system of rationing food and other commodities will continue in Israel until the country achieves self-sufficiency. Premier Ben Gurion told parliament. "Until then, we will not allow much for few, but everybody will receive a just share," he added. The new Cabinet late held its first meeting at the residence of ^m:ninn its responsibility and e in strengthening the interional organization as an "efttive instrument against aggresbn and for the preservation of jorld peace." He asserted that 111 the votes cast by Israel on I Korean issue and on the In.ty for peace" proposals are |on:lu.-:.)ns of this basic lem:—The State Department admitted lay flatly that it had approved the plans for construction of new pipeline from Iraq to Syria, almost certain to wreck ael's S30.000.000 Haifa refineries, amid a series of disclosures the American Jewish Press by the Commerce Department 79,000 of the 190,000 tons Under ^ plan 0 JJ would be shipped along a 550-mile pipe line from the Kirkuk fields in Iraq to Banivas, Syria. The new line would by-pass Israel and render her huge Haifa refineries worthless. In disclosing that all but 79,000 of the 190,000 tons of steel for the line remained to be licensed in September, a high spokesman casion of the forthcoming 12th mgnt that they depart for Israel anniversary of the November 9, j .. { ive tneir nationality. 1938, pogrom, Cardinal ^ Konrad : their possessions and are out of the country by the end of March." JDC planes, which are transporting 4,000 Iraqi Jews monthly on steel required to complete the Ipelinc remained to be licensed pore shipment to Iraq. State Department's admispri of approval of the pipe line which American Zionist puneil headquarters in New ork suid would "postpone in'initely any hope of a peace Ittlement" in Israel, was coupled I :. open demand in at least Pe metropolitan New York City fcwspapcr that a widespread confessional probe be launched into e Pipe line transaction which it rmed "a first class scandal." n another front, Congressman "lanuel Celler (D-NY) said he ined to investigate the matter Pon his return to Washington. said it would be ridiculuous inactivate the Haifa refineries. The pipe line project, which ould require 190,000 tons of ra-to-get American steel, is lanced by the Iraqi Petroleum m Pany, the majority of which reportedly owned by the indard Oil Company of New jsey. Shell Oil and French lv ate oil interests. von Preysing, Bishop of Berlin, this week issued a letter to his diocese recalling that "dreadful day" which marked the beginning of the extermination of Jews in Germany. The reign of terrior followed the slaying of Nazi diplomat Ernst vom Rath in Pans by a Jew. "As you know more than f.ve million Jews were murdered by the previous government,' said the Cardinal's letter. "It was a crime without parallel. I take this opportunity of speaking about it because time term as president of the region. The parley adopted a resolution calling upon the United States government "to assist Israel with a grant-in-aid commensurate to its needs and its role as democratic force in the Middle East." Another resolution wholeheartedly endorsed the four-point program of aid to Israel at the National Planning Conference for Israel held in Washington last week-end. Dr. Silver also called upon the United States government to extend financial aid to Israel. He urged the United States and Great Britain to "earnestly and sincerely" bring the Arab states to the realization of the need to conclude peace with Israel. Dwelling on the present economic, difficulties confronting Israel. Dr. Silver said that "we have been disturbed by reports of the economic strains and stresses which have made themselves felt in Israel in consequence of the herculean tasks which have been undertaken to absorb tens of thousands of immigrants annually and perhaps also in consequence to too nasty plans at socialization. In the pride and exaltation of the political triumph," he maintained, "we failed to prepare for the cold, stark realities of the morning after. We thought that our work was over when, in a real sense, it had only just begun." Dr. Silver stressed the need of strengthening the Zionist movement and the necessity of a strong General Zionist Party in Israel "to serve as the great center party rising above the particular interest of class and faction and pointing a middle way between the extremes of right and left." Earlier. Benjamin Browdy, president of the ZOA, hailed what he described as the bi-partisan unanimity and solid support for American aid to Israel which is being voiced by Democratic and Republican leaders and candidates in the current elections. Mr. Browdy said that he had received assurances from leaders of both parties that they will support any action by the U. S. government to grant immediate financial aid to Israel. '•Operation Ezra." cannot possibly keep pace with the 7,000 each month who must leave. If JDC is forced to abandon this airlift because of lack of funds, some 30.000 Iraqi Jews who have relinquished their nationality and their possessions would become desperate." Arthur Greenleigh, executive director of USNA described the responsibility of Jewish communy ui i|mw responsiuiuij' ui vvnwu >- —ime and time again ,j t j es j n connection with increased there are symptoms in Germany immigration to the United States, that racial and national hatred is The USNA official predicted E crimes* aga^t^ humanly They become American citizens." not yet dead." The letter went on: "We are horrified to hear that even the peace of cemeteries has been disturbed This was done by youth: in September, a mgr> spo, ^.Ky^th^.^ch'K?^ v^eo" C Z Ttate^epaXenT's possible^ We know that many "awareness of the project.' It was first submitted three years ago it was later claimed by a State Department public relations officer. To date, the Commerce Department indicated, 60.000 tons of the steel pipe line was enroute or being prepared for an Iraqi destination. The remaining 50.000 tons, although not shipped as yet, had received the department s approval for export to Iraq, the spokesman admitted. ..„ Whether the remaining .9.000 tons of steel required to complete the project would be licensed for shipment, the official said, would (Continued on Page 4 A) that some 14,000 DP's of all faiths i will soon be arriving on these shores monthly under the liberalized DP Act. He said "the American Jewish community has the responsibility to stand squarely behind the Jewish newcomers during the five year period until OUlti ti"i'v-e -"are being perpetrated. But tnis does not free us of an obligation to recall what has been done here bv Germans and to make every effort to oppose hatred and fanaticism wherever it occurs. We hope and wish that the wrongs done to millions of people will be righted by compensating those thousands who survived." Reporting on his recent survey of DP installations abroad. Greenleigh stated that the processing of prospective immigrants abroad during the past six months has been frustrating. However, "the situation has now been corrected with the appointment of a strong coordinating director of the DP Commission and immigration In Dusseldorf, the French High I is now on the upswing. Commissioner in Germany Calling the new arrivals to our Francois Poncet, this week ordershores the "most investigated and ed the establishment of a supreme court for restitution matters for the entire French zone. The court will decide on appeals from decisions of lower courts. screened group of people in the world," the USNA official revealed that they must undergo at (Continued on Page 4 A) Nobel Winner To Donate Prize To Basle University GENEVA, (JTA)—Dr. Tadeus Reichstein. Jewish professor of Organic Chemistry at Basle University who won the Noble Prize this year for medicine, announced this "week-end that he will turn over his share of the prize money to Basle University for further research work. Dr. Reichstein. who shared the award with two Mayo clinic doctors, received the prize for his work on hormones. Earlier, he discovered Vitamin C. and a treatment for Addisons Disease. Prof. Reichstein was born in Poland in 1897 and was taken to Switzerland in 1906 by his family. In 1920 he took his degree as engineer-chemist at the Swiss Federal Technical College at Zurich. A Swiss novelist and poet, himself a Nobel prize winner, this week suggested a Nobel prize award in literature for Prof. Martin Buber of the Hebrew University. The poet. Hermann Hesse, made the suggestion in reply to a request from a Berlin newspaper—Der Abend—to name a person deserving the award. He declared that in his opinion there was no one more deserving than Professor Buber whom he described as a "qualified leader of spiritual Judaism, a promoter and preserver of Hassidic legends and a Bible translator."



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PAGE 2 A vJenisfi Fk>ridian FRIDAY, NOVRvmr^, I'll Say. i. m King David Hotel, the most and lieval i tan by the I near gate. %  I curious visitor. 1 of the A tholic i s on 1 %  • tax 1 T %  %  | lefil i % %  • %  Tl .: t on its plan ,-hole of J ; | nvenl • U first p] %  Tl i temp — i ^!^nn Jerusalem: An Atmosphere Of Toleration in the Terra Sancta College, with a statue o Onlj in tion 1 • %  %  %  % % %  '.' h I • • ire all v. hip in taJewBh Iis a fulfillment of Isaiah's prophecy. W Shall be a house of prayer for all piiple. T E Vi ,th ift the Mea Shearim t of 100 gat. nly complacent amuseHere the tourisl imag %  %  wandered into town of the 18th century. He sees the conoraries of the Baal Sham of dressed I in long In white oi black t hats of long-haired fur which frame rds, black %  le in every direction, having nevei mmed. But the shock comes w he se< ng snake like ringlets hang from their ., along their ears. ObviOUSl ever known a %  The impres illy comical. The -' some far a the Mongol foil I Genghis Khan. Theii Children ... The n follow the example of thi I W • ped in long grey coats and i totally diff. ies from the rugged, bronzed faced boys wno ,rms and leys bare. You look pale-faced young children, a tutt oi By HARRY SIMONHOFT ion uncut hair hanging alone each ear on cropped head, and wonder l 'los|| suffer at the hands of the i r thtH are a set of urchirjs as tou R h be found anywhere. ra Carta Carl ntists i %  1 : i. i n the J the Jew t the Isi ,-. nd, can only be The present republic was found hence jDdious. They prefei r Gentile rule tnan be *. %  i gard the Torah. Th. who impose high tax. Commiu T'leir Bigotry The Natura Carta. though limit ; souls, are intransigent and militant stones at autos, even und. r col driving through their quarter in thi Sabbath A %  doctor parking his car on the day rest to'sec patient can find his tires cut. S. h onl? this sect holds that Hebrew, thi : paver should not be vulgarized by rJail Katanw quarter. I saw posters on w ? ^Q that a radio at home is tantamount %  %  angel tf death in the house. Hearing a can J* to sin. The broad. %  desecration. Girls over their th %  '.. mld'an a synagogue with bare arms and head uncovered. Though nominally they, like all fanatics, practice v. While I was in the ir.lv (':" 'rgrrjim stoned a car and beat up th. to the hospital on the Sabbath a in labor about to give birth. Even such fanatics an h g^ humored toleration. The im] irti fJerusalem refuses to deny evi n to bij idomol conscience or worship. "The Outcasts" Is Next In ADL fladic Series ,, f Lest Suntatioi i p m. Hi 11 in the 15-minute Bv iB h coun-' rili lerat A Bi H Jack Ju.-' ice, n S. Mil%  • Miami B •. •. n Veti : : Post of the Out B C i1 produ ed by the %  %  • D %  ented in (". '.; • Anti-D I tion Leagu if B ith. Regional ZOA Meet Slated For Beach, Seymour B. Liebman Named Chairman : Region .• | ,. .... f Ami thirteenth annual the Vand Beai h. during %  %  :end ushering in the Jewish : Chanuka. December AS LOW AsfCT 4^ INTIMST HENRY $Ui Dance Sponsor Named ncil of the Mia mi J \ ers in the GOOD DAY WORKERS S5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 Seymn>ir i-4. according to regional presi: '. R. Win:, k, .1 Knoxville, Tenn. t %  n St: tten, pi•-.Ii nt, Zionisl District, h will act as host for the nn lunced that over 200 delegates representing their :s in Alabama. Florida. ppi, South Carolina and Tennessee are expected to attend. Seymour B. Liebman of Miami Beach has been appointed conference chairman. Liebman. a member of the Now York State Bar and former director of the Economic Commission. ZOA. is on I the national board of the United Synagogues of America, program irman of the Miami Beach Zi mist District and author of numerous articles and brochures nn Israel and Judaism. The four-day conference will cover all phases of Zionist activities including projects in America anrl Israel. Special sessions will be devoted to the youth movement, which | will be addressed by Mrs. Teddy Moscovitz of Jacksonville, chairman of the Southern Zionist Youth Commission. and Dr. Shlomo Bardin. director of Brandeis Camp Institutes. Louis A. Faik. treasurer, Z Organization of Amu;.,., and chairman of ZOA projects and Dr. s. Im y Marks, executive %  tary, ZOA. will be among speaki : s who will addi ess 1 Assisting Liebman with arrangements for the confereni Straaten. Daniel M. Broad, Ben Zion Ginsburg, I. R. Goodman, S. A. Goodman. Judge Kenneth Oka. Mm : ay I ri Ehiel Lesowoder, Harold Si. Macey Kronsberg. Philip Edelman, Joseph Pardo. David C. Goodman, Gilbert Rappapi t, F nee Abramson, Dave Go win and Leonard II. Gil • JF* %  W t & 00 & V\/ SINCLAIR ETHYL GASOLINE CONTAINS RO-119 -J Supplier of Sinclair Products Since 1934 Max Siegel Phone—Bus. 7-1631 Home—20932 rMe. te Afore than half a century of experience meeting Jewish religious requirements


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AY NOVEMBER 101950 • •Jenlsi) fhrkM&n PAGE 3 A irandies President To Address Women t Luncheon At Delano Hotel Friday —-A^iflont l'arcitir fu*iiltv An\f\nn tVi. n L. Sachar, president I D: A University at Walttf ^chuitU, will tell the %  am ; ; • ';,,... of th e rapid de"* clUng J of America's first loP? "„ns..red non-sectarian *£ ."a women's meeting. ^ : November 10 at 1:30 p.m Delano Hotel. A dessert %  ill be served without Friday, November H the 5 C r h g e 0 by V t'he"sponsoring com^fitachar is widely known as *kotor historian and orator, "ffjears he was one of the -t respected members of the •Sry faculty at the University versity faculty. Among the many distinguished professors on the j faculty of America's newest uni] versity are Dr. Ludwig Jewisohn, Dr. Max Lerner, Dr. Albert Guerard, Frank Manuel, Milton Hindus and Marie Syrkin. Temporary officers of the organizing committee of the Greater Miami Chapter are Mrs. Harold Turk, chairman; Mrs. Aaron Farr, co-chairman: Mrs. Louis Heiman, secretary; and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg and Mrs. Louis Sherman, co-treasurers. The women's unit was estab, lly lished shortly after the university \u. his written two imwas founded two years ago. It 1 "'"fh,,, k< on Jewish "history,; already has more than fifty chapjortant lkhl11 IPWS" (now'ters, extending from Manchester, fp. History "1 tne J ^ ws ;,_ v f M W to F.l P,-, !" TPV nH fpnm iiVl3th printing) and Suffer1115 !„ Badge," a history of Jewish life. Dr. by Mi-" aH H^ft v ^H M ^ .m t % %  „.. ..:•••::; 1 ince •ontemporary %  ,"" har \s remembered fans for his addresses here in 5 of local charitable and ,ral institutions. Mday's meeting, which is open ,5 women of the Greater Mi' ? ,ea is sponsored by the closed Greater Miami Chapter ,he National Women's Commitiof Brandeis University. This at'onal committee maintains the rowing Brandeis University ra rv and four chairs in the Sties department of the unikmi Participating in the workshop which highlighted the morning session of the Joint Distribution Committee-United Service For New Americans regional meet at the Sorrento Hotel Sunday are (1. to r.) William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Max C. Gettinger. director of budgeting and community planning. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Ben Stark, executive director. Jewish Community Council of Jacksonville: and Albert A. Comanor. executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. Theme of the workshop was "Current Problems and Approaches in the Resettlement of Newcomers." Folk Dancing. Singing To Highlight Social Folk and square dancing and Hebrew and Jewish songs will be the feature attractions at the first adult social get-together to be sponsored by the Miami Jewish Community Center on Saturday night November 11. Pete Jacobs will call the dances and Cora Friedman will lead the singing. N. H., to El Paso, Texas, and from San Francisco, Calif., to Savannah, Ga. Within the first sixteen months of the university's existence, approximately 25,000 volumes were placed in the library through the efforts of the women's committee. So enthusiastic was the response, that the women's committee was able to provide for the maintenance, expansion and staffing of the library in addition to stocking the shelves with books. Then followed the second major project, the establishment of four chairs in the field of humanities. Plaza Theatre To Open November 17 The Plaza Theatre will open its doors for the season under new management on Friday, November 17, with a Yiddish film and stage show policy. Opening screen attraction will hp "Destination Israel (Der Weg I Nach Israel)," starring Israel ] Becker, Bettina Moissi, daughter i of noted actor, Alexander Moissi. i and Berta Litwina. Depicting the | trials and tribulations of a group of homeless Jews attempting to reach Israel, the picture has been i cited by critics for its eloquence and sincerity. Paul Burstein, Columbia recording artist, who is familiar to Yiddish theatre devotees as Pesachke. will headline the stage bill. Co-starring with him will be Lilian Lux, Florence Weiss and Harry Gandel. Burstein. who will also direct the stage shows for the whole season, announces that the most celebrated stars of the Yiddish theatrical world will appear at the Plaza. Among the artists he has lined up are Jennie Goldstein, Menasha Skulnik, Moishe Oysher and a host of other topflight entertainers. Musical director for the season is Maurice Swerdlow, well known ( composer and pianist. Beginning Friday, November 10, 1:30 p.m. the theatre will present. a 15-minute program to be known as "Plaza Theatre on the Air." 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~r*ZZ t A *•JemiiiFksrtrtr FRIDAY. N< !]£__2lO. 1*0 EDITORIAL Moral* — %  \ntl Mor** Moral > E i : : :' %  Z *r'-~ -:.-. :.. •• .! :: v vexsarv M • 35 .:: %  %  ..ie i %  .-.-.-• re .-._e: _B4 B ::'-..' %  %  • *. •.'. ~ ". .. u ....... --_._ -_,--.~i i %  %  %  %  ^•' i beret c : %  -.-.. laacsal r. • every 5 _: --rr.estfl work (Sid hu Mux Man Kelp Euild Or. This r cur. da:: or. % %  _:-, %  : %  < %  '.-..'Y -:: ".: %  -. : %  : % %  .'. %  --.'. '-" %  -~ "-' r -.-.-e-: -..--_ ....... _n_ -.-;.:.*-r.s :'X v.r.:,v represents v. -,,:.-. Gentile rv--v:.--: Cri-'_r__n : r v Tr.e :cur ^ v-.g-r.-s'.y --" ion and colled upon %  rr.err.ber5 10 Oppose "-'---%  isuse '-! robes and secrecy Its -espcr^^le cb_r_e= oi wrong ,__.•*_w/jjc-t preserve ev._er.;e •-. :esolu •or. re-ccs ""-.: persons property and rep__rt--r_5 _nd le-.s :c r_r.l-.er we--.: ..-. tap '. • • Ben Ease; '•' .'S .• r.Dii -: :..:•; Mi ir.u Mn Leer: Official Warns Thousands Be Trai May ipped |U. S. Approves Oil Pipeline :.r:.:.uw :r:rr. ?;re 1 A) V r.:^yed '.:-~ Page I A .4 lepante arreening ?'.iges renuBCr->rj^e hue of resort spor^-ear. fore they l ece J y e United S:L: visa* Garment Manufacturer Dies In Local Hospital 3ema.-d S. Kahn. one of Mi.= •. | ii 1111 r* manufacturers died last week m a local hospital H H jiar nM manufacturer be decided in D phi nun and de*as president of B. S Kahn 4: pended upon worldcoadttl:ns and ; d rr*stk neeoj ior rtaeL A p,oneer in the manufacture of I Sta Depir.-r: rffickl in infanta* and chJdrens wear. Kahn answer to an American Jewish •(.--. : L.--.-.-.-. .-. i" -L~^ H* was one of the first! such." BeldJ -~v t -VJ ;he Fashion Mart' "Did the SUte I '.: con'-' a .-.-. n h iisinf >'", Building and his companv was I suit with tb< M prment and social ii r. -..r.g there before the building posed pipe -irI .-.JP reporter Delegates ted. I inquired. \\ i-ini rauh ll>als Il4'hr'\\ S4*hfl r .' • '•••' ntraufa .".'%  •• H %  •: M • via K •'-dent; J a %  k Stone, IVei .:•-.•/ tret in Mi .,*0 epr %  • ". '..'.or.'.a! secMi Kathai TA'.. '-.',' .-.• e ording secInstallation scheduled for 19. ati r. %  He and bis wife. Baby, recently • y. were aware of The elebrated their Bfty-fith wedmatter," %  e P w plied" a:ure were made, "but ai in | -' %  I ^ce I. of New V : PI pina: tw Mrs At -.^ n ari d Mrs. I net t -'' %  %  .' The sp • ecutiv :ren %  Iks ntt Burial waa in Mount Nebo Iraq; re] ,' t .strong attitude I --ae 'and r.—I ": .,, t Broad Is Chairman of Among ..".' • • ere It was doubtful, he said. State Depart^ re j JXF Birthday Dinner "SSlffL m *""* .-nan. and Stan.ev C Myers .— __J 1* _. .ki,.Kr ol R .am D Sir.ze: %  irDan-el M. Broad nas been Ted O. Thackrey. P-ci.snerot ..,. named cnairman of the Jewish the Dailv Compas? .. .• %  .eaa eai 1 ^>.._J J: ...-. America• 11 II Forms Study 4*rou| Dr. Xarot To Head Miami Delegation At Cleveland Meet Dr ..' % %  :. % %  .'•' ritual I %  I t bieni -.. I the Union ol A • 01 member • IS I • I %  /. thi ti %  • pie Jul : E. Wolff. Fund. Rabbin. College of Telahe, Bern. Yeah. Cha n, Torah L'rnesorah. Union of Amer. Hebrew Congregati on s, Union of Orthodox Jew Congregation! I'nit'fd Lubavitchtr %  .'/.:• %  Y.-shiva Torah Vodaath & Mesivta, Yeshiva University A Chevrah Mishr.ayos and rah Shas. a group dedicated 1 to the study of Mishna and Tal| mud. has been organized by Congregation Beth El. Jacob Werbhn was named chairman of the new unit. Oth< j elected to office were Aaron Levy 'and David Simon, gaboim, and iHyman Lurie. treasurer. The group will meet daily at 445 p.m. for the study of Mishna and Saturday fi -. 3 45 to 4:45 Samuel p.m. for the study of Talmud. National Fund jubilee dinner to to-ial charged th I be held at the through the Commerce DepartTSrossinge: me nt of the United States-is T^Pancoast Hotel helping to destroy Israel ana-n — on December 10. doine so is needlessly depriving doing so .„ .."Zat 6 p.m. The afI manufacturers here at home fair will mark 53 v nothing of builders, of >I*K the JNFs fiftieth | wh ich is in such short suppb anniversary. 1 is on a priority basil Leon J. Ell. %  chairman of the ;" ,._ — Jewish NaUonal: 9>JmisrfkrKn3li a Fund Council of I Published every Fr da/ since Greater w: : '**' %  -•* '* h Fiand. !" u —. made Daniel Broad ing poi Prosterman, Erica Morini Will Play At U-M Concert ncert of 1 Paul Eisman. Jacob Fishman. N ew.p.per.. Fio ridsJ* Leo Goldman. Mrs. Harold „._ ,„„,.„ K -— n0t • %  • \t T it V ,' a '"' u The Jewish V f th* ** Jaffei Mrs. Isaac Kaplan. Mrs. ru3 : ..mni R%? Ka'ger Mrs Alexander ehandl^ a -.r,rf v,,. \t, „ J .. .... r-ngcmenu. arAuditorium. and the Mono at the Miami Seni High the Bruch Violin Concerto School. Both concerts begin promptly at 8:30. The orchestra will play "BoSUBSCRIPTION R* 16 ^;,; One Year 5 oO Two Years — %  Frtfj51TsHOCHET Editor and PuDls___ Single ticket sale for the Morini concert, also the Ballet Theatre. Svmoh'^nv BlTf "^ ^'B^P^Q-^o'Sn. NoI Volun^ N^ OFTICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 24 ^___L Number*



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^mAV NOVEMBER 10, 1950 +Jewisti fhrkUan PAGE 5 A Ben Essen Named Center President Ben Essen, local attorney and ivte lender, was elected president f the Miami Jewis h Comm unity "enter by ac-r tarnation at the annual nomination meeting held last week. Because there M no contests L these offices Essen and the 83" 5S Miami To Mark Jewish Book Month With Displays, Reviews, Special Programs To assist Jewish organizations i December 5. The Bureau of Jewin programming for Jewish Book j ish Education has made a smaller Month, the Jewish Book Council exhibit available for of Greater Miami has organized a special speakers' committee. Members of the committee will be available to discuss Jewish Book Month, celebrated this year from November 3 through December 3, and to review books of current Jewish interest. Serving on the committee are all Greater Miami rabbis, Joseph Duntov, Louis Lasavin, Dr. M. J. organizations planning book programs. The Jewish community is urged to view the exhibit at the Beach library, the theme of which will be "Jewish Books through the Ages. A display of antique Chanuka menorahs and Jewish etchings will complement the exhibit. Mrs. Joseph Duntov is chairman. Special book month programs pre ffn ent second Ben Essen jft-JS! W>ul Sobel; third 1 President, Leo Shemer, sec! e e arv Ssie'(Mrs. Sam) GertSS? treasurer, Leo Ackerman. Sidnev Palmer, acting chairman f the' nominating committee, "resented the report which recp ponded all aforementioned S," and the following memb-s ofjhc boaj-d for^hr^yeai.. Max Click, Dr. Berthold Friedl, Dr. I are being featured by the Jewish R Silver, Palmer, Al rk0W ,tz. Hazel (Mrs. Ben) p" n Dorothy (Mrs. Leon) Kaph Via (Mrs. Leo) Sheiner, M. rKopelowito, Frank Rose Irving cnl Nat Blumberg and Fred K V '; :I „. m b-rs of the board forone year, Sarah (Mrs Reuben) M,lton A. Friedman. g R F: Kiass. Louise (Mrs Leo) Sidney Lefcourt, Sylvia ,,,. Henry Rabin. Lew.s ; Monroe Gelb. Leo „,uel Rothstem, Ber1 Nathan) Dubler, Max Louie Bandel. • ., presentation Oi the the nominating cornfollowing nominations from the flour: memboard lor three 3 Rubinstein, Sam Kessler, Fred Grossberg: members of the me year, Leon Lieberman, Manuel Lubel, Paul Gertman, Leah (Mrs. Lewis) Sterner,, Violet (Mrs. Monroe) Gelb. Oscar Argintar and Hyman Kam. Eli ven persons are to be elected as members of the board for three year terms and fourteen pers .ns are to be elected as members for one year. The annual electing meeting will be held Thursday evening. December 7. Students Invited To Attend Film On Israel An invitation has been issued by the Greater Miami UIT Committee to all students of the Lniversitv of Miami and local high schools to attend a special free showing of a film entitled "Israel's Scientific Soldiers" on Sunday, November 12, at 11 a.m. at the Lincoln Theatre. Several ihort subject will also be shown. There will be no solicitation of funds. Leon Mindlin, Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Abe Boxerman. Maurice Grossman, Sidney Greenberg, Abraham Levitan, Mrs. Simon Lipton, Mrs. Morris Skop, Mrs. Peter Glazer and Louis Schwartzman. Plans for local observance of Jewish Book Month include the annual book exhibit to be held at the Miami Beach Public Library from November 26 through afternoon schools, Sunday religious schools and the Workmen's Circle schools in Miami and on the Beach. Miami Beach Senior High School is also planning a Jewish Book Month exhibit under the direction of Miss Alma Montgomery. Two book lists are available at the office of the Bureau of Jewish Education—"Basic Book List for Young People" and "Current Books" in fiction, biography, current problems, history, Israel, religion, music and arts, and juvenile literature. Book reviews for the next week include "A Dreamer's Journey" by Mrs. Max Dobrin at Hillel House on November 12; "The King of "Schnorers" by Abraham Levitan before the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society on November 13; "A Measure of Freedom" before the American Jewish Congress on November 13; and "Aftergrowth" by Louis Schwartzman before the Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation on November 5. Mrs. Dorothy Fink is scheduled to review "Gentlemen and Jew," the recent work of Maurice Samuel, on the air, during the month. Radio reviews and announcements of Jewish Book Month are scheduled on Yiddish programs on the air. Joseph Duntov is arrangements chairman. Publicity of Jewish Book Month will appear in the daily press, and in book stores throughout Greater Miami. JWB Adopts $2,049,972 Budget For 1951 Program Carl Weinkle Miami, civic leader, has announced that the National Jewish Welfa.e Board (JWB) has adopted a luSl oudget of $2,049,972 for its religious, morale and welfare programs for Jewish men and women in the expanding armed forces, and for its continuing services to its affiliated Jewish Community Centers. He is a member of JWB's national finance council, a group of leaders from Jewish communities in all sections of the country, which at its recent annual meeting in Chicago approved the 1951 budget after a detailed analysis of proposed JWB programs and expenditures for the coming year. Newspapers selling for a penny apiece originated in England. Appointed To U-M Staff The University of Miami announces the appointment of Miss Evelyn Bauer as instructor in its business education staff. Miss Bauer is continuing as registrar and instructor of commercial subjects at the evening sessions of Walsh School of Business Science. To Observe Book Month In observance of Jewish Book Month, the University of Miami Hillel Foundation has scheduled a review of Raphael Cohen's "A Dreamer's Journey" by Mrs. Max Dobrin on Sunday, November 12, at 8 p.m. at the Hillel House. A social will follow the review. The group's weekly co-ed meeting will be held Wednesday. November 15. at 7:15 p.m. Transportation will be provided from the women's dormitories. LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AfTllnItlTT OP THE STATE OP l-'t.i |RI| > \ TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME CJREETINOS: This !• %  to certify Hint, whereas, Leon Kaplan, Miami, Florida Ernestine Ebert, -Miami. Florida -Marli B. Kasmaler, Miami. Florida J'd on the 18th day of December, A D. IMS cause to be incorporated under '"' lirovlslons of Chapter lannii. Liw" "' Florida, Arts of 1925. FAIRWAY HOMES CORP., n corpora Hon. with s principal place of buslneaa at ?''"'" H| v County, in the State of "orlila, ;niil whereat the stockholders ';' u< h corporation did on the 6th *>>• "i November, A.I>. 1950, Cause led in the office of the SecreStati "f the State of Flotilla. J J onseni of all the stockholder* ihi provision! of said Chapter ''" %  %  %  I.I.-S of Florida, Acts of IMS, wtnwind the dissolution of such eorid the BecreUry ..f Btate tied thai tinrequirements of %  have hen comolled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 nave hereunto set my hand and nave affixed the or.-at s.-,i of the ;"' le of Florida, at Tallahassee, '" Capital, tillthe 6 day of (SI'V'I'V'"' 1 '"''' AI> lv: '"11 %  R. A. GRAY, Secretary of State. CREAM CHEESE BARS Af all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 153 N.E. 2th SU Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 6 A -JmlstncrMton Hadassah Groups To Meet Monday Greater v. a a tor Monti Sovembei I All z. : i.-. ..%  drive •.-. be :-..mber 27 to December LEsO?.AK CJRO-'P Bt tbi Hi Sanford I er. 441 B2nd St Miami B Mn Bernard Fuller will HANKA SENESCH GROUP ..... meet >i the T n and Beach • : Lux -. B Mn M Alpert will le HENRIETTA SZOLD Gr eel A %  %  : : r..;:...;:.:.r.z the Had Mi Orgamrati presented Mn. Isabelle Altholz HERZL GROUP will meet at Temple Beth Sholom Had • izati..-. will :* the ol the :. grvr .-...'• oi -..-:. .:: r> : the first :-r. wing '. the Dim Am S. r M.-s Louil E will preISRAELI GROUPS_ meeting place will be the Vanderbilt H •• 7:.': program will feature an : raeli film Mi • Irving Weatin will preside. MT SCOPUS GROUP will hold i luncheon and movie party at n it the Syi •-• An* Lebanon Clul S.W. 3.-d Ave The Dim Tbmon w Is a v. nderful Day" will ^ by the Yc ith .-'-. M;s .'•' I •'• ••• preside. SHALOMA GROUP'S meeting '..'.. be the S or rento Hotel. Carol Aronovitz Betrothal Told 3e-.:.:-; Mus Carol Ar.r.:2; ..; ?..£. .r." Mr. :f Mrs Rebecca B f Miami Beach and Mew and the late been an-..---r ; %  he: father. Abe 2450 5 W 2r,d Ave i--ated from Hii ind at* la State University and the .'.' -. %  r.ere she .-..'. the school \'.r R-.g Bded New York and Columbia e*. A of the Ar Free, he ica gnei and baa oeen as-r of the top intry He is ner-xar.aEe: :: :he Shepley :-" wedding will ta>e :!;: %  Decen ber 17 Board Meeting Slated v uni Beach Lodge, B'na: B'rith will bold a special board meeting Bthi ::::ces of President rey K Newman. Room 305. 420 Lincoln Road an Friday, No10. at 3 30 pa The Dim, Torty-eight Hours a Day." will be shown Mrs. Bernard Goldberg will preside. STEPHEN WISE GROUPS meeting wiU oe held at the Be! A.-e Hotel In observance of Jewish Book Month. Rabb: Morris A. Skop will review -Sholom Means Peace" by Robert St. John and 'Leave it to the People" by Quentin Reynolds Mrs. Samuel Sakrais will preside. B & P GROUP will meet at the Miami Beach Jewish Center at 8:30 p rr. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, prominent club woman, who will speak on her recent trip to Israel. Fashion Show To Highlight Luncheon i ',•„%  fashi n di >• by Admission will be any item of r> Reisler will ladies' wear suitable for sale at' hignlight the luncheon to be given .;,„ lijterbood's bazaar slated tor ftJS December 4 and 5. 15. at 12 noon in the temple's Mrs Ben 7. olf. Mrs. Alan Her• banquet ball Mrs Emanuel Goldron. Mrs. Maurice Shein and Mrs. stri h ai narrator, and Irving Biasberg will be hostesses the mpaniment will at this function. Mrs. Hyman S. be furnished by Mrs. Hy Fried. Kaplan is chairman of the bazaar • d her hus-. committee. Mrs. Alexander Robbins is sisterhood president. H**a< h Auxiliary To Sent Ladies ... Beach Auxiliary to the ;. -.-. H.rre fos :ne Aged WiU ; newly elected officers and members at a luncheon on : N .ember 14. at 12 noon -v Saxony Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will mfficers. Mrs Fred Jonas. chairman of the affair, will be sarirtrri by Mrs Mollie Schuman. %  :-: :.: .-.-._Kriegel and %  Clara G-jldenberg. co-chairmen. T: be recognized at the rites %  re Mn Benjamin Appel. ; Mrs. Benjamin SI bon rary preside.-. .: Mrs. Sol nan Mrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs. Louis Makovsky. vice lento; Mrs. Samuel Ritter. Mrs Benjamin Kaplan. Mrs. -: Sap.ro and Mrs. B. J. Schwartz, honorary vice Miss Goldenberg. treasurei Mrs. Benjamin Feld. financial secretary; Mrs. Irving Frankel. ding secretary; Mrs A. A. .Y.lle: i.-.d Mrs .Morris Sparber. corresponding secretaries: Mrs Barry Koretskv. auditor: Mrs. A. J. Plotkin, Mrs. Harry Danz.ger and Dr. Celia Wohl. trustees. Members of the board include the Mesdames Samuel Aronstem. Henry Amyln. Leonard Barr. Frank Berger. Daniel Broad, Jacob Chavez. Morris Cohen. Hyman Deutsch. Morris Dubler. Sarah Eliis. Louis Glasser, Fanny Goldberg. J B. Gould. Jess Harr. Jean Hackel. Benjamin Hammerman. Jack Janoff. Fred Jonas. Ann Kane. Emanuel Karger. Alexander Kogan. Ann Kohanne. Kriegel. Al Lesser. Harry Levine. I. Lipprr.an, Polly Lux. Lena Mason, Benjamin Meyers. A. Orovitz. Luba Paulkm. Samuel Prosterman. Albert Rokoff. Abraham Rubin. M. S. Rubin. Eva Seppler. Schuman. Frances Silverman, Matthew Silverstein. Harold B. Spaet. Louis Steinberg. A. J. Tobin. Gus Trau. Jack Udell. Rose Weiss. J. Weisglass. Irving Westin, Abe Zinnamon and Mary Ziegfried. Bern ice Kostoff Wed To Marvin Steinbock Bemice Kostoff. daughter I Mr and Mrs Sam Kostoff of this city and Marvin Steinbock. son of Mr and Mrs George Steinbock of Brooklyn. N. Y.. exchanged vows October 15 at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April read the double-ring service. The bridal gown was of illusion lace over white satin, fashioned with fitted bodice. Peter Pan collar spinkled with sequins, and =<^f covered buttons down the at to the waist. The long sleeves came to a point over the back of the hand and the skirt was ballerina-length. The bride's sister. Miss Marilyn Kostoff. was maid of honor in a powder blue ballerina-length nvlon tulle gown. Flower girls. Lois Glantz and Ita Myra Recker, wore identical dresses of pink and blue nylon tulle. Jack Fils acted as best man. The former Miss Kostoff is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, and Mr. Steinbock. who J served with the United States Army during the war. is now attending the University of Miami. (.altli-s Women To Hole! Luncheon Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold its I monthly luncheon and card party on Wednesday. November 15. at 1 p.m. at the center. Arrangements are being made bv Mrs. Sam Goodman. Mrs. Sol Halpert and Mrs. William Pallot. Reservations may be made bycalling 48-6265 or 87-7493. Care of the children has been arranged !" >*Y. WOVOgBM ^ Beth El Women Will Hold Tea Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will hold its annual membership tea on Tuesday, November 14. at 1:30 p.m. at the synagogue. it has been announced by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president. Highlight of the event will be the presentation of a skit entitled "Sisterhood: An Exhibit in Jewish Living." Written by Rabbi Murray Grauer. the playlet will be enacted by members of the organization, including the Mesdames Shapiro. William Swimmer. Grauer. Sidney H. Palmer and Oscar Rappaport. Another feature of the event will be a table display, illustrating how the Jewish woman does her part in preparing for the holidays and festivals. Cantor Jacob Tambor will lead community singing on the theme. "A Year in Jewish Song." and Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Our Sisterhood." Chairmen of the tea are Mrs. A. Pepper and Mrs. Max Rappaport. Sorority Marks Founder's Day Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association and the University of Miami chapter of the sorority marked the forty-first anniversary of the organization's founding at a luncheon on Saturday at Chary's Restaurant. Miami Beach. Feature of the afternoon was a playlet entitled "Nothing Like an Alpha Epsilon Phi." starring Lillian Gross. Gloria Torem. Vivian Scheaffer and Edith Cohen, with Mrs. Jack Levkoff as accompanist. Joyce Kerzin was chairman of the event. Pledges of the university chapter were honor guests. May We Suggest llyner His Violin Orchestra For All Your Social Function Wcddingt. Bar %  • %  tzvalt. Lawn Parti*] PHONE 83-7581 %  ^^^VSrVW^AV.V/.WWW I SWISS KNIGHT .srne FAVORITE CHEESE .N JEWISH HOMES —Ardn Mrs. Joseph Fenias. Mrs. Louis J. Krentky and Mn. Hyman S. Kaplan are exhibiting gifts received at the first of a series of bazaar gift showers recently sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1950 +Je*lst)ncrkUati Hagen Bar Mitzvah i Cniinrii Wn mAn T Jackie Hagen, son of Mr. and I o C !" 01tlen T Mrs Le.bitsch Hagen. 795 84th &P0nS0r Copa Citv St.. Miami Beach, will become Bar T> n „f Mitzvah on Saturday, November CriOrmanCe National Council of Jewish Women will sponsor the performance of "Burlesque" with Jean Parker and Robert Lowry at Copa PAGE 7 A Afrs. Harold Spahn Cardiac Home Unit To Sponsor Tea Miami Chapter of the National thildren's Cardiac Home will hold annual membership tea on uesday. November 14, at 1:30 L.m. in the Melvin Cohen Hall, K50 Flafiler St. Jonducted tours will be arranged take both old and new memers through the home cottages. The program will include a Bshion show and guest speaker. Mrs Harold Spahn, memberhip chairman, is in charge of frangcments. Her aides are the esdames Harry Hacker, Ben blden, Henry Green and Harry trtner. Jackie Hagen 11, at 9 a.m. at Beth Jacob Synagogue. The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade student at Nautilus School. The Hagens will be hosts at a buffet supper in honor of the young man on Sunday evening at their home. Dance Review To Aid Variety Hospital A "Dance Travelogue" will be presented by Mitzi and Marie Dance Studio on Friday, November 10. at 8:15 p.m. at the Municipal Auditorium. Proceeds from tjie review, which will feature 100 pupils between the ages of three and 15, are earmarked for the Variety Children's Hospital. )r. Blumenthal Conducts Parent location Workshop at Beach School PTA of the South Beach unitary School will conduct parent education workop at the school on Monday, pvember 13. at 8 p.m., Mrs. Ida Jie, president, has announced. der and discussant of the prkshcp is consulting psychoEist, Dr Seymour M. BlumenW, who is a specialist in the hgnosis and treatment of the potional problems of both adults child: en. He was formerly ofessor of psychology and conpling psychologist at the Uniirs:ty of Miami. The parent education workshop of the many newly or%  POSITION WANTED liable Sitter. Nursing or Comaion, work evenings or afterdaily in exchange good e or 75c hour and live out. Frances fl S.W. 5th Terr. Ph. 4-5163 ganized activities now being conducted in the evenings at the South Beach School at the suggestion of its principal, Mrs. Malvina W. Liebman. Workshop themes are November 13, "Understanding Children's Behavior at Different Ages;" November 20, "Discipline—What it Means and How to Use it;" November 27. "Habit Disturbances in Children." Films, discussions and written materials are being used' to give the maximum of assistance to the parents in the understanding of how to help their children attain a satisfactory overall emotional adjustment, Dr. Blumenthal said. Mrs. Irving Kobley City on Wednesday, November 15. at 8:45 p.m., according to an announcement by Mrs. Aaron Farr, president. Mrs. Irving Kobley and Mrs. Joseph Fenias, ways and means chairman, are in charge of the event. Proceeds will be used to bring students from overseas to study here, particularly child psychology, nutrition and general rehabilitation, according to the chairmen. The council maintains a home in Paris, France, for unattached girls, conducts nursery schools in Israel and supports the school of education of Hebrew University. The local group also awards five scholarships to students at the University of Miami. Personally Speaking AA S,T e n fr0n V ac ~ tion are Dr and Mrs M !" 3 M Rosenthal. 244 West Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach. Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman of Coral Gables recently returned from a trip to Boston and New York. While in Boston. Dr. Wickman attended the American College of Surqeons convention. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rauchbach of New York City arrived baturday to make Miami their future home. At present they are living at 2939 Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach. Mr. Rauchbach is a brother of Mrs. Leon Lieberman of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Howard DeVorkin, 2928 Coconut Grove Drive, Coral Gables, announce the birth of a daughter, Michelle Sandra, on October 25 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The mother is the former Celia Kenholz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul-L Kenholz, who returned from an extended tour of Europe and Israel in time to greet their new grandchild. Visiting relatives in Savannah, Ga., is Mrs. Irving Morton of West Palm Beach. She was joined last weekend by her daughter, Phyllis, who is a student at the University of Georgia West Palm Beachites Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner are in New York to attend the wedding of their daughter, Elaine. Also in New York for the event is Mr. Gruner's brother, Leon. Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff have left for New York to attend the unveilings in memory of their mothers. While there the rabbi will attend the chaplaincy convention called by the Rabbinical Council of America. 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I PAGE 8 A <#? HcrkJia rL FRIDAY. NQVEMBn, 10. Miamians Attend Washington Meet V •.; are attending the twenty-second annual meeting of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, at the Mayi H tei Washington, D. C. \ l-ll. it %  inced Dr. H. Franklin Williams, G g< Chertkof and Andrew T. • %  %  • Miami Round Table of the national confere D :: ami delegation I I .-_• : r.cludes Miss Mice MacYicar. assistant superr.tenden: of schools of Dade Countv. George Chertkof. co, ; n of the M:arr.i Round Table. Malcolm Ross, university editor. University of Miami, and Miller A. F. Ritchie, chairman of the department of human relations at the university. Secretary of State Dean Ache. E: :-.ston. Robert P. P --, n. Nels n A R ..-.roller. H-.r.id E Stassen. FU'-prJ. Bunche. Arthui H. Oveta Culp H bby. Spyros P. and John L Sul %  • • %  • Sponsors • %  B =t Ja: • %  %  rr • tons on A: I t:ng • %  : .-,::. -..f the ..: gathered j : .B ro i iood w it to be A Pr< 7 %  .?.Savory Bake Shop To Hold Open House An open house on Wednesday. N tvember 15. will allow patrons %  to inspect the facilities and sample .he products of the new Savory ; Bake Shop at 1684 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Formal opening is scheduled for Thursday. NovemThe bakerv will specialize in the • nest cakes, past calling 9-3004. 82-1089 and 82-6906. Ye Olde Sage Program To Be Heard Weekly I Cemetery, the program ure Rabbi SM.Machtei,,' of weekly programs ^*~£ "* **h \ series oi weeisiy iuginij known as Ye Olde Sage will be ; ** Ye Olde Sage, launched Sunday. November 12. from 10:30 to 10:45 a.m. over Ye Olde Sage, the rabhi plains wiU not be rel,'1 station WQAM. immediately folcharacter. "It will be full^T' inspiration, humor lowing the Message of the Air. ; cheer. To be sponsored by Mount Nebo philosoph> on your table LEGAL NOTICE %  •----r. S c %  ; • Program to Be Heard Three Times Weekly The Jewish Classical Hour will be heard three times weekly instead of two. according to Directors Morris Nasatir and Joseph Birnbaum The program will be heard from 7:15 p m on Tuesday, from 12 | p.m. on Friday and 12 a a : 1:30 p.m. on Sunday. LEGAL NOTICE — CE*TlF'CA T E OP CORPO-.ATE D-SSOLL-T10N IX E .AM .%  %  %  i f 91 • .... ... %  W H %  %  %  • ,| • •: • • -...-:-. A 1 ? • %  %  R v OBAT '• NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I iv rur riRCLHT C'.IKT OP THK 1 RIPVESTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, X \x. FOR %DE COUNTY, RIDA is CHANCBBT, No MYHKA KI.I.KX PEARL Plaintiff, M v. JA.-K l-EARL. Defend. K PEARL tOtl tT< A v n o< Co. : • •• %  %  %  I' RMAN ST %  K \ %  • • Such heart*, homey good eating deserves fir*t place oa your raenui This is real old-time chicken soup alow-simmered to golden goodness If oa choice, plump, tender young chickens. Buyafl five varieties now! Insist on ___ MANISCHEWJTZ chicken soup golden chicken goodness in every brimming bowlful %  s Sholem Women To Meet B'DSJ E VB -. : >" j( meet Tuesdaj Ho14. at 1 p-n ,". H y..--. F iucti '•-' M Ji W Tth A.-_ Mrs Let i J_: tfreuiijari ^%rfpv in* rtobb! Joseph E. RackoTsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beech Phone 5-3595 Whether You Banli In Person llr Iti Wail YM Tan Saie With Confidence at the NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION N.E. 6tfa Aveoue at 125tfc St. North Miami SMPffi^ MIAMI — BEACH — "}fct from ^^ -eolKervan* ^^ to welcome^S BQ| -txiern os '5' new ^S (utnuhlngs throoohcHit ^S ne eollee hop ond ^S dining room nwly lond^ nope<3 rrop-cal gofdens ^S iwimmmg pool dancing ^^ plonned enteromment ^^ SKOM ftuiT t susm nns V IU9 $T9 .-*• *-*j*-e-t N^ %m clear or WiU matzo ballij noodles rice krcplaeh MAX H. RODMAN Certified Public Accountanl Announces The Opemng of Hs Office at 311 Lincoln Rocd Miami Beach. FUtt Telephone 58-:: 2' You are eordially invited to attend The GALA PREMIERE • •! :> % %  S*c-**9r, Your account insured up to S 10.000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. Your Account will be Welcome ot PLAZA Theatre Miami Beach PAUL STARTS FRIDAY. NOV. 17th. 2 P.M. Starring CHICKEN in the ROUGH BURSTEIN and LILIAN LUX V,-:r With the Well Known FLORENCE HARRY I i —it •*— :- :* :: "—c-e-- • %  • : Z %  : :-:'-tfl t: i j; t-: :: :' ;-:;sv -; ::-.i .;!l .- :' ": • %  : : !: u — *' "S TRY OUR BAKERS RESTAURANT —:: s ••. -•.A ES E = -OSE ac-arm WEISS and GENDEL Plus the Sensational New Yiddish Film "DESTINATION ISRAEL" CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE



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DA Y, NOVEMBER 10, 1950 kistration For jult Institute i Close Nov. 3 Ljstration ;it the Adult InI Ji wish Studies will L on Monday, November 13, I Izman, director of %  Bureau Jewish Education, fcunml Over eighty students I .1 Eor courses in Lew. V d lish, Jewish history •literature. \io Bpecial courses are feaM0 n M inlays. "The Talmud [Midni.-h." with Rabbi Murray licr ;is instructor; on Wednes"Giants in Jewish Litera,• presenting the writings of %  Jewish masters from Judah levy to Sholem Asch. On Noter 15, Rabbi Simon April of hi Hebrew School and Confetion, will discuss Judah L. %  on, poet of the Haskalah. |e Adult Institute of Jewish lies meets Mondays and Wed|ays from 8 to 10 p.m., at the David Congregation. There _> tuition fee. The institute is pored by the Bureau of Jew%  Education and all Jewish (regations of Miami. wistration may be made by Eg 3-5858. *Jewisli fhridton PAGE 9 A kiiuaries GERTRUDE REECE S913 Meridian Ave., paaMd Lit ii, i home November 2. A iit to ears, she came here I N' 'i ; < City, Mm. Reece two i -. I'aul and Norman, I iSi-orge Jacobs and a M:-S % %  .liii'(>)>s register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Com t of Dude County. Florida. CHARON, INC. of MIAMI BEACH By; Maurice s. Levinson President. 11/10-17-24 12/1 SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE HAROWARE-PAINTS-GUNS-AMMUNfTION-APPLIANCES THI TOWIR TIKI CO. SELLS MORI FISHING TACKLI THAN ANY STOM OP ITS KIND IN FLORIDA. If Yee Psa'r Bay frost Tewer res Pay Nearly TwUe At Mscfc 99* NYLON BIAIDED LINE 15. 20, Ql\c 7. M and 45 Lb. TMI Sp—lO W FUX ROD* %  *! Hg. .S NOW 8 NYLON LINE. Ke B..I MlB 300 n. 43 Lb. Twt StainUM LEADER WIRE. 2S 4 fc Ft. No*. 1-8 each. Beg 35c ** 250 Yd. REEL Hearr Duty B*g. $10 PLUEGEB FISH HOOKS Su.i I to 5—100. B.. S2.50 50 e IjSO tEAD~SINKEBSToi. to ••o. f9 PLY-FLEX GLASS BOD Boa. 119.95 LARGE ALUMINUM TACKLE BOX. Bog. J7.95 sir... I lb. 29c S lbs. GALVANIZED MINNOW BU CKET S. Boa. S3.50 FOLDING CRAB TRAP8 Beg. SI.SO oocb NO. I BRASS SWIVELS Bog. 5c oach 1000PLUGS Bog. 11.25 11.40 GAS LAMPS. 2 BURNERS Rog. $14.00 95 "9* GAS LAMPS. Singlo Burner If 50 Bog. 111.95 •? KAPOK LIFE PRESERVER. Cujhios size 15 •15"x2". U.S. Coast S*40 Guard Appiovod. Rog. 13.95 %  TIRES—6.00xU Popular Name, Plsi Tax $ 12" TOWER 2197 N.W. 7th AVE. TIRE CO. PH. 9-2201 YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING —DON 1ND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! T LET THEM DOWN! .4 HO* P?U | t rae* •*>|fl.liW \N TO xWt Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY OO^ per pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras FOR FAMILY [ARCELS CAN WEIGH U P TO 70 LBS. f D NET WEIGHT. .55 LBS. .HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND_ FOR A FAMILY 13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk; 8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegetables; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas. Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit; 8 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs. Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea; 2 lbs. Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF! CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! %  n 'P to Israel .,„. ..i .....^ • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 19 lb $11.75 4 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Oil ',b lb. Egg PARCEL 19 Jf5 lb $18.75 1 can Sardines 4 oz. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. Sugar Powder (18 eggs) 6 lb Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Margarine 2 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 4 oz. Tea 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix It lb. Egg Powder in Time for CHANUKAH PARCEL 16 25 lb $12.75 ? lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Oil 2 lb. Sugar 2 lb. Lima Beans Z lb Barley M lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 18-|5 a $12.50 6 lb. Meat 3 lb. Butter 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cheese BRAND NEW I Philco Refrigerator $ 240.OO plus duties 3 1 951 WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS k.~ No import license Ll essar rNo red tape. FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. NEW YORK OFFICE: MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y. 377 BLAKE AVE.. B'KLYN 12, N. Y. Farr Tours 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. Roney Plaza 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5328 Uptown Office 6638 Collins Avenue Tel 88-1472 New ... all five 1951 Westinghouse Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and SOAP 200 Cigarettes incl. duties tCt ftc and delivery 3T.y3 6 tar. fancy face 5399 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soap, inclusive duties and deliveries by AirExpress $14.95



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i< i; I PAGE 10 A *k>*lstrk>r*tiar Walters Specializes In Immigration Law David W. Walters announces his association with the law firm of De Costas. Maer and Floyd with offices at 607-608 Biscayne Affiliated with the U. S. Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization for 11 years. Walter was chief examiner to: the Southeast United States until his resignation in October of this year. He began his career in the immigration service as an investigator in New York and worked in a number of cities, including Cleveland. Youngstown. El Paso and Buffalo. A native of Cleveland. Walteis has maintained a home here for the past 18 years. He attended Baldwin Wallace College. Cleveland and the Cleveland Law School and graduated from the University of Miami Law School. He served as a member of the Army Counter Intelligence Corps for three years. Walters will specialize in leaeral administrative practices, particularly in immigration law. The former immigration man is married and the father of a seven-year-old daughter. He resides with his family at 6266 S.W. 11th St. Critic Enjoys Play Before a packed-to-overflowing house Monday night Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood presented its annual stage production, this year at the Miami Beach Senior High School. The perenially popular i i nedy, "The Man Who Came to Dinner" was the vehicle selected by the organization. 'Lillian Fox's direction is especially noteworthy, since she galvanized the performances of professional, semi-professional and ateur actors into a smooth. beautifully integrated whole. LEGAL NOTICE SSKNeSi-SSS. -~*.lntFO Will %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE fllM-TIT COJRT OF THE iK pi.' >RIDA, IN AND I'' 'R I.'AIJK f)l STY. IN CHANTER*. No. CHAIM H-::-SI:I. rjRVSKY. P tiff vx TI i.i. v iiRI'KKY, U( fendnnt. TO TH.I.Y (SRfSKY, :,.-, Beilforri Ave., Brookl; n, N< fork V..u %  • •• %  P>,' to the Bill of i iimp i • i %  ii. %  and to file the orli ..-• %  ,. .• the C rcult %  ,. |H.f, ir < the 2Mb dRJ %  •' V.n ;•.....• %  the I'tv hereto%  ,.::...• will I"taken ;>s • %  -. .i I ., %  I %  Miai Flo I > %  "us the %  !.• %  %  • %  II I.KATHKRMAN. I Court i Ida 1 "I I ,., V • U M \V ST< KINO, %  .;.' .IAN %  ialntll B'nai B'rith Unit Adopts Name Of Flamingo Lodge The new B'nai B'rith lodge in the Hialeah-Miami Springs area has officially adpoted the name of Flamingo Lodge. Election of permanent officers will be held on Wednesday evening. November 15, at 8:30 p.m. at the offices of Dr. Lester Goridon. 407 Hialeah Drive. A film will be shown by the Anti-Dtfamation League and final charter memberships will be received b> the membership chairman, D.. i Nathan Friedman. Temporary president, Ben .Bloom, has extended an invitation to all men interested in joining B'nai B'rith. especially residents of Hialeah. Miami Springs Opa Locka :.nd the North West section of Greater Miami. The group meets the first and thud Wednesday evening of each month. \ Young Judaea conclave will beheld rt Camp Kendall during ?ne Thanksgiving weekend No vember 24-26. Cantor S Kelemer. chairman of the uriau-i studv tour in Israel. Her topic i will be "The Influence of Israel *n Jewish Life in America. Snorting .events, as well as a folk dance contest and stunt 1 night, are among other activities m^lo^t K t^thenof V^-The^Role in. Creative American Jewish Community Reservations for the meet may be made by calling 5-4643. TCRS To Meet Monday A meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will be held Monday. November 13, at the Miamian Restaurant. In observance of Jewish Book Month. Abraham Lev.tan will review a book of Jewish Merest. conquest, will be reviewed by Homecoming Planned Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach will open its season's activities wit^^hom^NaThan Bookspan, Jewish Nation Brown. Group isers, M^l Vl Fund chairman, on Monday, iKatzand Mrs. Lenore Curtice*! November 13. at Kneseth Israel, | assisting wah arrangements 2| According to an announcement by Estelle Nager is chairman of P X| Mrs Lena Mintzes. president. licity. FRIDAY, NOVEMBTO in J B'nai B'rith Youth Unit Will Sponsor Barbecue A membership barbecue nul will be sponsored by Star nT* ter. B'nai B'nth Young wS on Wednesday November v 1 8 p.m., at the home ot Mi* Optner. 2353 S.W. 24th TerChairman of the affair is'rw, Brown. Group advisers, M--r Air-Cotiditioned for Your Co nc, Atr-Conowonea JOT IVUT tommn MENDELSOHN'S Kosher Restaurant Caterers and Sandwich Shop CORNER OF 41st STREET & ROYAL PALM AVENUE Telephone 58-8946 WE WATC H FOR THE OP ENING ARE NOW OPEN FOR BOOKINGS FOR WEDDINGS. BAR MITZVAS AND OTHER SOCIAL FUNCTIONS WE SPECIALIZE IN CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS LARGE OR SMALL S. I. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious SuppBee For Synagogues and PrWale Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C"-£3 -,r,D Telephone 5-9017 Your Personal Inspection Always Welcome C e\e** •*** o* f iW? at Mr. H. Zaidman's Dade Kosher Market Tuesday > Nov. 14th Featuring the 25th Annual Biscayne Inaugural 153 N.W. 5th Street Telephone 3-1430 Shop with Confidence Where the Customer is Always Risht Under the supervision of The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrulh Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky. Director Greater Miami's Gala Racing Season Gels Under Way with the Opening ol Biscayne Dog Track the Oldest. Largest and Only Futurity Track in Florida 1 Racing Fans will see America s Speediest Greyhounds in Action it Biscayne the Track ot Champions Owned and Operated lor • 0l" of A Century by Pioneer Miamians 1 CUMt tAKLl • A SPECTACULAR PROGRAM AWAITS YOU' Free Delivery Throughout Greater Miami Listen to WINZ*on Sundays from Noon to 1:45 and Tuesdays 6-7 PM. EXPRESS BOS Itlliel IIIK1 TO %  *• %  MIAMI Special Miami Transit busses leave from N E 2nd Si. between 1st and 2nd Aves every 15 mm starting at 6.00 P M via Biscayne Blvd Route II leaves from 56 W Flagler St (just west of Miami Ave.): from Lorraine Arcade (just east of 1st Ave. on Flagler St.) and Walgreens at Flagler & S E 2nd Avenue via Biscayne Blvd Coast Cities busses go direct to track ai frequent intervals, picking up Miami Transit passengers on 79th St. at N E. 2nd Ave Miami Ave & N.W. 7th Ave MIAMI BEACH Sportsman Service. Inc and Stanley Tours: First bus leaves 7th & Collins at 6 5 and operates on a 15-minute schedule thereafter until 800 P M Busses will pick up passenger* at 14th & Collins, 18th & Collma; 23rd & Collma; 39th & Collins and 91st & Harding. POST OHIIT TIME t.0P.M. U TMIUHie M MNuiMtM wmmmm*** No Minors Admitni ^^rrtf



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LjpAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1950 foiiiittPeople To ptn*or Dance jmp |e Isaiah Young People's! igue ..v-ll hold i's first dance I %  '. ; ,,n Sunday. Novemj2 u 8:30 P-m. at the Sor%  ]. according to an anil ,i by Sy Lippman, Porkin on plans for the affair Samuels, arrangef i'i ii, publicity; Mar:i. hments; Nat nent; Alfred Irnie Newman, hosI II be Bobbie Dej Ell, Elaine Schwartz | ler. I who are paid-up tted free. Anyoncket is entitled to L in the club. I lath Haven Opening For Late November sy making preparations for nber opening of the ii.i Haven Hotel, Collins Ave. 4th St., Miami Beach, is Iran h tel operator, Nathan %  burg. Impletely renovated and re[ hotel contains 100 Is and baths, 150 feet of II h, spacious lobbies. a canopied open torsun Ii ks, solaria and a p emises. I hotel dining room lonly restaurant in the area j i has thi i ndorsement of the of Orthodox CongregaI The dining room will cater j fcnqucts. weddings and Bar I tahs. the new owner said. k tre will be planned enterpent foi hotel guests every: kcepting the Sabbath, Gins! %  stated, fJewist thrMtar) LEGAL NOTICES PAGE 11 A l';'ll' A IN CHANCERY, No S !" AV\r A J Z> ""•". vs. To i-'e\s A/ "' ; ""' til %  !" ANK KATZ, defendant. • VllNWl n (hi Hill nf WU'TFII I ... '• %  '* %  I.I:.\TIII::-M \ \ it. II. men rn 17-21 12 I "" i ""'' LEGAL NOTICE Alfred Stone is acting chairman of the Greater Miami UIT Committee in the absence of Dr. Louis Lytton. The committee tendered a reception Sunday afternoon in honor of Dr. Bowman Ashe, president of the University of Miami, who has accepted the honorary chairmanship of the local unit. Prof. Albert Einstein is president of the national committee, which is supporting the Hebrew University, Weizmann Institute of Science and Technion. Local headquarters are at the Blackstone Hotel. lark Anniversary Detroit Social Club will fate its first anniversary on day. November 11, at 8 p.m. i Town and Beach Club, 1 (in Road, Miami Beach, it een announced by Rose %  port, secretary. fining had a newspaper in (fore it became a territory. Prof. Hirsch Speaks Prof. Sam Hirsch of the University of Miami drama department spoke on "The Social Drama of Today" at a meeting of the Miami Young Zionists (Masada) on Thursday. November 9, at the Miami Jewish Community Center. Highlight of the meeting was the presentation of an "Ideal Man" award to Marty Eig by Reema Jackson, social chairman of the Clara Hirsh Landau Chaptcr.of B'nai B'rith Young Women. % &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f / The New iavory Bakery Re-Opening November 16th Under New Management 584 Alton Road Phone 58-0136 | Open House — Xovombor 15th The Public i Cordially Invited to Attend We will carry the finest in istries, Cakes, Bread, Rolls & Chalos Specializing in Danish Pastries Jade with pure butter and the finest of ingredients J y atch For Our Week-End Specials &f % &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f IV Tm T n i. 1 M^ PUBUCATI0N • ,. '"' %  'It' I IT d H|;r ( ,,.• -II,:ELEVENTH .irhK'H %  | -.'|'V NTY. I.N CHANCERY, No, "?i'r X -,n! IVS PWntlff. vs. LEE SHINS, I %  • r.i..|;,iir. .,.,, ., SI IT I' 1 : DIVORCE l'>: Mis. I.,,. Shins %  <• Shapiro 221 South 15th Street Allentown, Pennsylvania th,;" 1 ', Vti'n Sf'rf" '"," h -'-' l 'V notified %  s i'. ,,}.., 1 1 '"" 1 'or Divorce lv ,,'",' a alB < you, and you are required to serve a copy ,,,• v .,ur Answer or Pleading to the Bill of %  "'" '•" ii,,. plaintiff* AH C ii. Oans, 346 Seybold BuUdlng, Miami, I lorlda. and rile the ururlna %  ; V'T'.'' ;•' P l ,dln '" rrice of the i lerk ol the Circuit Court on or ';,-'',"••.."'•• :: "", lay of Novi hi? A I."" u" '" ''" %  -'"• Judgment a-rault will be ta^en again*" you roi the relief demanded in the Kill of i omplnint. This notice shall be published once 1 ',''"'.,'.,"",'' %  '". 'Si"" >neeutlva weeks In I he Jewish PIoi Idian. I"i.\i: AND ORDERED at Miami, I H'.iulii, this SOth day of October, A D. B. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk, "'•''"' •' %  Dade County, Florida. n Ircult Coui i Seal i By WM. w. STOCKING, JOSEPH ... OANZ DePWy C erk Attoi II. y for Plaintiff 11/8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the Fictitious name of AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at in x. K. 8th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the • lerk of th.' Circuit Court of Dade Count?, Florida. U W.I'll BIRSCH MAURICE BIRSCH 11/8-10-17-24 12 I NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF v...... ., F PARTNERSHIP .Mil ii B is hereby given tint INQ OREENBERQ, who formerly donau ted .i ro-partnershlp under the firm ??."•?'"KSKRAX HARDWARE Co" 1611-81 N.W. 36th Street. Miami, have % %  ,' their partnership, and thai the said business will hereinafter be ""'ducted • I) |,y IRVINU tlHKKN. on rom-ei VVi-i' %  ', 1 %  '' %  '• %  I u lih d • r an] di arising out n \ ni'l that tin said IHVINii ISREENIIERO hereb 111 lits n •..I hj th I Mini the JEWISH I'M.i IRIDIAN •"HON AH 1.1. Kit v ; "' %  %  Ueneiul 1 lardwai • Co. %  !l I Mm "In Road, Mlnml Bi ach, Fla. 3 -1 'i NOTICr BV PUBLICATION IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT I iK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRt'UIT OF FLORIDA, IN \ND I OK DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No, 8,17.1. BIAOIO SAVIANO. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPHINE SAVIANO, Defendant TO: JOSEPHINE SAVIANO, 106 Avenue L", Brooklyn, New York You are required i" serve .1 copy of your answer to the l:lll .>f Complnlnl 1..iDivorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original nnsei In the office of the 1 %  the Circuit C 1 on or before the 8 day -if December, A.D ISiO; other%  • 1 %  1 le Kill 'if Complaint for Dlvn re heretofore Died herein, will be taken .-is 1 onfei si ii i,\ you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 7 day of Nov., !•:. I'. LEATHERMAN, Clerk "f the Circuit Court 1 >ade 1 % %  •mil \, Florida. (Circuit Court Scnl) By: WM. W STOCKINO, Deputy Clerk MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, i"; i Seyl 1 Bldg., Miami, Fla. 11 10-17-24 It 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOTEL .MiiRitis at 1(90 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, iuti-mls tt II >M NASATTR BIRNBAUM "'" Erector Ass t Director „ m W INZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Sun Xy — 3 TIMES WEEKLY OLD SHAPIRO narrator Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN Commentator WOHIIY About Your FOOII A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS 4 HOLIDAYS 83-1986 JACK & JILL CATERERS 2-! 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lliBxuvjislbJElliDididljiaun F rank Go,dman To Speak | M fc7 lT%V~lrS7'll I II % %  CS^ir~ll XJI II T3LII I B'nai B'rith leaders from twenty of the U. S. National Organiza"^5RIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1950 SEC. B Myers' Mission To Israel .1.ihi> p'lll'T spent an oveninsr nt tlip home of Mr. nml Mrs. i: %  %  Mvera. As might !><• expected, conversation eventually ,r ''' v 'i •,." i/lr. 'Myers' recent mission to Israel, where, as national Ifvitatea .• council oi Jswhrti Federations and Welfare Funds, he in laal niontli"s hlstory-makiiiK conferences between American irtWl'* ,I ipaders Apprised of the fad thai during hli absence Mr. "' %  "''.'.' voluminous letters to his family, chronicling the emir.Journey, ,. _.g might take s peek at some of this correspondence. We ..n t. My" ', ir In Letters'so"ontert4nin8 n'" 1 Informative, so shrewdly perceptive, ..eminently readable, that we couldn't resist asking for perrenrlnt them. After considerable persuasion Mr. Myers onsented to share them with the world. Bo here they are— • down-to-earth, candid, inimitable record of an Important wish history. This is the last of a series of three groups of i... Editor, Paris, France i hotel on the sea. reminding me September 11, 1950 I of the Sea Isle Hotel on a smaller lodges in the state of Florida are expected to arrive in Miami Beach to participate in the colorful ceremonies honoring Frank Goldman, international president of B'nai B'rith, on Sunday, November 12, at 7 p.m. at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. Honorary chairman of the testimonial banquet js Joseph M. Lipton. Goldman, who is making his first public appearance in South Florida, will deliver a Monday-Noon the blue Mediterver -inging our way towaid .'." I el lies to our cast a mixed throughts and For more than two "' i have been lying with Bed .... thinking, evaluating. balancing the many •^ we have seen and heard. \' en on the move since Mining with hardly a St. Yesterday afterjn at -l p.m.. we wound U P our ,1 dashed off to do _, shopping. There has been t j me to write and telephoning been impossible. It takes six l0 urs to complete a call %  i\ve';i' never in one place long u h for that. [ nference closed Wednesv at a banquet given for leans by the govern%  nt. The air was charged with ma and excitement. Sharet, ,f Foreign Affairs, main address, was The Prime Minister ributi .1 tokens of the occa,phed copies of Is1.nation of Independentplaques containing seal of Israel and the We left the banquet hall eling that whatever the we had participated in rery historic and important ins y morning, we were up %  itir Jerusalem. e just passing over the land of Crete and off to our -hoie line of Greece.) I theCouncil's School tion (Council of Jewish the Medical School; I ,\v the nattleground of the siege the old sections and with the contrasts of i.i ni and modern architecture id customs, the holy places. My I hope, will give you story better than 1 can deibc it here. iday: Tel Aviv is Miami ach. Rockaway and Atlantic y: it is not Israel. The buildings rid modern, 300,000 Jews amble for a living, always a lun ry, The shops are crowd: the taxi horns blow. The jxture of Oriental and European dress and neighborhoods is not to digest. Our room overked the sea. Below us was an itdoor cafe. American music ayed until midnight and the Israel danced the foxthe rumba, and even jitterRgcd. Early Friday, we paid P respects to the American bassador. Since McDonald has uned to the U.S., we were eettd by his assistant, Ford. Our •it was worthwhile. He was cniendously interested in the inference and had some Toneous impressions of its conusions \^iich we helped to Corel He met later with Israeli's inister of Foreign Affairs. "let. for the same purpose. Our mments, however, I believe, ere asserted as American obrvations and perhaps carried >th them as a more objective 'alysis of the proceedings. We resumed our tour continu[>g northerly. We lunched at the naron Hotel about thirty miles th of Tel Aviv. A large modern scale. Excellent French cuisine; tourists relaxing in the sun gardens and on the beach. Then to Nathanyah. a model small city built on the sand dunes on the shores of the Mediterranean — founded about seventeen years ago. Near this town is a youth camp where four or five thousand children, mostly Yemenites, are being oriented. These are the children who came with their parents less than six months ago. They live in barracks of an abandoned army camp, clean as can be, and well supervised—happy and self-sufficient, each group, with its one-half acre of ground ; significant address regarding the to cultivate, proud of their aci results of his recent conference complishments. Looking into their : with government officials and eyes, seeing their tanned healthy B'nai B'rith leaders in Israel, acbodies made one gulp when it is f cording to Jerome Weinkle, chairromembered what their condition man. was when they arrived. Heading the delegation from We continued north, driving' other Florida lodges will be through fertile well cultivated Frank Kleinfeld of I Petersbur valleys dotted with settlements of all kinds—small villages, co-op settlements, Kibbutzim—the section of the country settled many years ago. the soil reclaimed from swampland; orange groves, farms. reminding one of central Florida or any midwest agricultural state. Then we arrived at Haifa, truly a gem! Reminded me so much of San Francisco; it is the port of tions on the United Nations. E. Albert Pallot, ticket cha man, has announced that banqu' t tickets may be secured at the B'nai B'rith offices. An informal reception in Goldman's honor will be held Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel. The public is invited to meet the leader of the country's oldest JeWish Service organization at that time. (Continued on Page 4 B) Edward I. Cutler of Tampa and Daniel Danart of Ft. Lauderdale. Goldman is chairman of the United Palestine Appeal and a member of the board of governors of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. 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PAGE 2 B +Jcwlsi>FkrMlBn ""PAY, NQ VEMl>pq Co-Operative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Mr. Uebmatl, • member of the Now York Bar Association, will soon K-cin his law practice in this area. Former director <>l the economic commission o( the Zionist Organisation, he has written and lectured extensively on Israel .i>i•! Zionism, He is a member of the national hoard of the United Synagogue of America and Is a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Mr. Llebman is program chairman of the .Miami Heach Zionist District.—THE EDITOR. Agricultural colonies were started in Palestine with the first Aliyah in the 1880's and with the arrival of the Biluim, members of Chovevi Zion (Lovers of Zion) from East Europe. Many of the early settlements came to an abortive end due to lack of training of the settlers, malarial conditions and other factors of hardship. Idealism was not sufficient as a tool, nor was it a badge of safety or a talisman to ward off misfortune. The Jewish National Fund came into being in 1901. It and the Palestine Foundation Fund (Keren Hayesod) began to supply land, tools and agronomists (professional agriculturists) who acted as supervisors and received fixed salaries. The members of the Settlements were to receive a wage to be charged against their share of the communal profits. The kvutza as a cooperative form of living or society did not come into being as a pre-planned Utopian end or as the realization df an ideal. As H. F. Infield states. •"It was not the consequence of any preconceived idea." The early colonists found that individual farming was must difficult, if not sible. 'That is still true toFor the most part, 01 ange u ultural pi eel perated by individual fai mei s. I In 1901. in a colony in Kinncthe Jordon River, a %  >i ime of the hi jhl and the When they could not foi esignati in, they i, it en masse an I known \. beequently spill ind the i iy took the name Dagania B) Dagaina is called the moth, r of the kvutzat. Originally the pioneers didn't conceive of abandoning private property. Their aim was to pool •heir efforts and divide the profits. They soon realized that individual profits from farming COUld only l an academic term for the first few years. They had to re-invest in the soil, new machinery had to be bought, repairs to buildings were needed and new barns built. The colontherefore. made a virtue of necessity and decided that private ownership be eliminated from within the settlement. Men such as Bussel and Gordon, who were socialists in Russia, began to indoctrinate the membership with their philosophy. As years went by and the colony prospered, people began to realize that money was only a means to an end and not an end in itself. At the annual meeting of all members, the gezba (treasurer i would read his report. First would I come the decision as to what the commune needed. Then the people decided what they wanted for themselves. If the decision was to buy some luxury (as it was in some colonies in the last few years when they voted to buy radios) then these were bought. If one's desires were fulfilled then individual ownership of money became unimportant. This factor is highly significant because members of the kvutza do not pay taxes. The effect of this upon the geonomy of the entire country will be discussed in a later article. I have seen the beauty of Dagania and it is truly beyond compare. The bleakness and desolation of forty years ago have been replaced by modern concrete buildings, green fields, lush flower beds and smiling, beaming, healthy children and an overall serenity which belies the privations and unbelievable hardships of the founders. How does one become a member of a kvutza? Application must be made and if approved, permission is granted to join for a period of novitiate, from six months to a year. At the end of this time another vote is taken and then one may become a full fledged member. The new member cannot own any property or possess any private income. There must be a renunciation of one's wealth or the turning over of it to the colony treasury. There is no refund if one should decide to leave in later years. The primary adjustment of the novitiate is mental and requires a re-orientation of the ego. One must no longer think "I," but rather "we." I have seen this process carried by those going through hachshara (training) in the Plugot Aliyah camp at Wappinger Falls. N. Y. Many drop out because of their inability to adjust themselves -sociologically. I disagree with the late Daniel Frisch who said that hachshara should be curtailed in this country. Many cease desiring to be chaverim after they get to Israel. It is imperative that as many as possible to weeded out before they leave here. To some, a kvutza is a means of escape from responsibility. A kvutza satisfies man's three primary physical requirements: food, clothing and shelter. As long as one is a member he will receive the same quality and quantity of each of these as other members of the same colony. Each member knows that as long as he docs his assigned work of the quality and tempo set by the group he will not only have his primary needs fulfilled but will be cared for when he is ill, will have a vacation (usually of two weeks) and will suffer no individual economic or financial crises as long as he lives. His ability to work will be his primary asset. He need not be concerned with work problems. (I was surprised to learn how little interest there is in world problems and international affairs when I interviewed chaverim in 194fl. In fact, even the newspapers only stress such news as affects Israel.) An introvert finds living in a kvutza very difficult. Most things are done in groups—all eat, work, discuss and review common problems together. Only group problems are important, not those of the individual. The stultification of personal ambitions and the repression of individuality is a natural consequence. The inherent need for personal achievement and recognition thereof is probably the North ShorelSr ToHoldADLN&! North Shore Lo dge ^ will sponsor Us third fnn' 8 '" night on Monday N^*! at 8:15 p. m at T Ven,b 1 Sholom.The D ,i ra T m e ?i e a choral gmup^'g'H movies and an addrL I > Beach Councilman,, The Women's Chapter 0 i Shore. B'nai B'nth will S the men in sponsorshfe J ?" 1 *fl fair, it hasVen i 0,U *H presidents, Mrs. Be, naS I 1 and Leonard Tobin' dHo!ln B'nai B'rith UniTwiil Hold Thanksgvinq Dm A Thanksgiving eve dan^ be sponsored bv the p' Lazarus Chapter," Busing Professional Women. B'naTL at the Sorrento Hotel WednM evening, November 22, it h^ announced by Miriam Gold president. Deana Abrashkin, chainw, being assisted by Florence Goia man, Mollie Breskin.Ti Da Rs3 Ethel Pont. Lillian Ticket (3 Simmons, Belle Small and r*J Tieger. greatest factor in the largetal over and exodus from thekvuaj (The next article will £9 this further and take up ckij rearing and family life.) I WANT MY MILK And Be Sura n-i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected Tier. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End Of Bird Rd. A Snapp.r CrMk **fc^B ; \i\ ~. |5wL \ JOMAT0 .KETCHUP i Pep Up Omlib; Fish, Leftovers With Rich. Ruddy HEINZ CHIU SAUCE -A 0 Look on the front of the labels for the seal of endorsement of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS of AMERICA!



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A y NOVEMBER 10, 1950 -JewlstiflcrkBar PAGE 3 B ach Ordinance Banning Discriminatory qns Cited In Report To UN Official 9 ... • onarh ordinance or any religion, race or er< exarriple of field of human ted by Beach ordinance fiSritin* discriminatory signs ""Etising has been cited to Secretary General of Kited Nations as a, £f,?in the United States, it has h,S 5.2 osed by Gilbert J. % director of the Florida A office, Anti-Defamat.on made effective was included RhSport to the U.N. Secretary Loral bv Ambassador Warren "Still. United States repre* lVl to the United Nations ffi. rep rt d S taUed !£ e erous actions taken in the n 1949 by the leg.., Vl in d judicial arms of the L-il state and municipal govI^ents. His report covers quesn< ,,i economic and social, as rights. any r places of resort or Beach." gion, race or creed in public accommodation, amusement in Miami Gables Women 4ivi Schools llookrovors As a phase ol Its Anil-Defamation League program, Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women is presenting 4,000 bookcovers, depicting the heroic sacrifice of the four chaplains aboard the USS Dorchester during World War II, to Coral Gables Elementary School and Auburndale School on Friday, November 10. Presentation to the Gables school will be held at 10 a.m. and at the Auburndale School at 2 p.m. Mrs. Esther Swartz, Anti-Defamation League chairman, is in charge of arrangements for the presentation programs, in cooperation with Gilbert J. Balkin. director, Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B"nai B'rith. as 1'ivi. mi Beach ordinance llowing the passage 1 enabling act specifiirizing the measure by 1949 session of the Florida jislature. the Miami Beach ordinance, Tropical Lodge Plans %  tin's report stated: "The state T ... „ jlorida enacted legislation uu : Hlllel HOUSe Party rising the authorities of Miami : A .. H11]o House p artv will be prohibit the publication sponsored by Tropical Lodge, ition of literature lendg. nai B .,. ith> on Monday, November 13, at 8 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, it has been lodge president. U: to discriminate teriminate against Biscayne Track To Open November 14 Schooling of the 600 greyhounds at the Biscayne Kennel Club which opens its 35 day race meeting November 14, got underway Monday night. Never before in the history of the track has Biscayne had such an outstanding array of greyhounds, according to Comptroller Frank Burghart. who predicts that the track will experience its greatest season. Official family this year will be practically the same as last year. Bill Moore will again be the presiding judge: Tom Hogan, associate judge; Leo Hartwell, racing secretary; W. A. Fleming and E. C. Green, chartmen; A. V. Ellis, paddock judge; Anthony Adams, scale clerk and timer; S. V. Ramsey, veterinarian; E. Mobley, kennel master; G. A. Powell, track superintendent and starter; Wally Henderson, patrol judge; Bill Powers, publicity director. Bob Knight, is president of Biscayne, Ben Costello, mutuel manager and Joe Adams, managing director. Schooling races begin at 7:30 o'clock and the public is invited. Admission is free. When the official races begin November 14 the first race goes to the post at 8:15 o'clock. Biscayne will be the only greyhound track in operation during the balance of 1950. Special Board Meeting A special board meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center has i president. been called for Monday, November 13, at 8:15 p.m. in the center dining room by Harry Sirkin, Qdim CHICKS SOTJPS UtU* than eve*! or actually any person WITH MATZOH BALLS • WITH J KREPLACH • WITH NOODLES HOROWITZ MARGARETEN CONDENSED KOSHER CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS forty Honors Concert Patrons I local artists offered j, .1 wares Friday evens at i party honoring Miami each C mmunity Concert Scries Party hosts were comijttee tx ra Mr. and Mrs. falter Kovner, Dr. David Pren[y. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo fcberman. program included Violinist erita Rubenstein, of the Dallas ymphony Orchestra, accominitri at the piano by Inna Ublova Goodman. Kappa Vanerost. internationally known (ianist. presented Chopin's Etudes Singer Marco Rosales, acSnpanying himself on his guitar, tffered a group of South AmeriBn folk songs. Footnotes were upplicd by his wife, Sylvia. The party, which took place at 915 Rue Versailles Drive, was of a series of social-musical tents highlighting the Miami I Community Concert Series i ns December 14 at the Piami Beach Municipal Audibrium. announced by Sam Kessler. Dr. Donald D. Michelson. director of the foundation, will address the group, and A. Budd Cutler, past president of the lodge, will greet the students on behalf of the organization. Louis Rosenberg, chairman of the affair, has announced that dancing and refreshments will follow Dr. Michelson's talk. JWV Post, Auxiliary To Sponsor Card Party Norman Bruce Brown Post, Jewish War Veterans, and its auxiliary will hold a card party on Sunday, November 12, at 8 p.m. at Beth El. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for gifts to be presented to patients at Pratt Hospital at the holiday party to be given at the hospital by all veterans organizations in this area. 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PAGE 4 B +Jewlsfrncrkflan JTtTOAY^joVEMBB, Myers' Mission To Israel i? (Continued from Page 1 B) Israel, perched up on the hills surrounding Haifa Bay—clean and modern, containing, however, enough of the old to remind one of the past. This ended our day. Saturday, we turned east through Emek Valley, a fertile plain—then through the mountains to Tiberius and the Sea of Galilee. How can I describe the scenic wonders? It was more breathtaking because it was so unexpected. The drive from Greenville to Hendersonville to through the Adirondacks can not compare. The sea is located 600 feet below sea level—an acient warm spring, the walls of the Roman baths still standing, approached over a chain of mountains that rise majestically 2500 feet—the road winding and twisting, falling and rising, olive groves and settlements, mosques and religious shrines—so many scenes that I was out of the car every minute or two taking pictures. It is strange that the people who have visited Israel have not told us of these things. From Tiberius, we went to Safed, a city perched in the hill*. 2000 years old — formerly Arab but now Jewish—ancient—eventually to be rebuilt and modernized but now struggling in the grasp of an unsettled economy. Then we went down the mountains turning west again toward the sea, approaching the fertile vallevs and reaching the city of Acre late in the afternoon. Built bv the Crusaders as a defense position, it still contains the old fort and crumbling walls, occupied by the Arabs, it also contains typical Arab buildings built from native stone, along narrow streets—here one could see again Palestine, during the 5th to 10th centuries'—then back to Haifa for dinner and a night's rest. Phil had Yahrzeit and I accompanied him to Shule. As you know, there are only orthodox synagogues in Israel. It was no different than any orthodox synagogue on the west side of New York City. We had to describe who we were and where we came from—"Sholem Americanos!" hi! I; I Prime Minister Ben Gurion presents Stanley C. Myers with a memento of the Jerusalem conference. Pictured looking on is the late Judge Morris Rothenberg, who died shortly after his return from the parley. CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT French Cuisine XOW OIM\ Serving 6 to 9 P.M. Everyday Telephone 2-8825 for Reservations 1630 N.E. 1st Court NERVOUS TENSION PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery I Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phono 4-5922 Those occasional nights whan w Youa tcroiion keeps you awaka—an you more wakeful the harder you tiy to aleep? Those daye when tenaa nerves make you irritable and Jumpy —are you crankier and more restless when you try to fight the feeling? Miles Nervine cam help you on days and nights like these. 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I'll tell you of our conversation with the Hebrew teacher who wanted to get his hands in the soil of Israel, of the old folks who thought we were JDC people and who blessed us but couldn't understand why American Jews living 6000 miles away were interested in their welfare and whose eyes lit up with understanding and happiness when Phil Bernstein answered in his best Yiddish. "We are all of the people Of Israel." Then we visited the tent reception centers, where the newcomers are kept until they are distributed to their relatives or new settlements or to jobs. It is better that I not describe the degradation, the filth, the very unsatisfactory living conditions that pay Israel no honor but cannot be helped. We saw 20.000 miserable people in this one carrp and I wanted to take each one l0 .l of them in tnv armhim and say, .i^ 3 "^ belong." Bepa,le t,it, Then back t 0 Tel A„ we lunched wi, h Fore f;;> Sharet ,„ a b **~ home. 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BjDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1950 'Jew I si)ihrkHan t. Sinai Women Map Campaign To Secure onations For Hospital Blood Bank PAGE 5 B j re iiminary plans for an alibi drive to inte^est^ women s bating blood were made by the Greater iod were ; Auxiliary lomen-s ttmumM of Mount ai Hospital at a brunch meetThursday at the hospital. In|f e d yuests were delegates from ch „f the women's service orInizations in Greater Miami. ITho blood bank needs of Mount ai hospital were discussed, and ,ch delegate was asked to return I her group and organize a blood ink committee to handle donans of blood for that group, "hairman of the women's diCion of t he blood bank is Mrs. l r l Weinkle, with Mrs. Abe llosko as vice chairman. Comittee members include Miss Ije Schwabe and the Mesdames c k Landau, Harry Markowitz, on J. Ell. Aaron Reder, Harry ufman, Harry Gordon. Samuel Ijes, Louis Krensky and RanGph Shevach. ) r Marcus B. Cirlin, chairman i mt Sinai Hospital Blood n l; • irmed the delegates that •ions could build up i blood at the hospital, draw on it at any time. • in addition to the Lpji ies for blood donors, fai have been made for 11 bank unit for those 10 prefer to donate I manner. jr. C -tressed that Mount iai lital was cooperating local and national [:in its blood bank effort. thai reciprocal agreement Bt all the blood banks, igi ncy of obtaining od to mi e1 its needs. I for the unit is Dr. r Neber. At the meeting person from giving blood. He added that both he and Dr. Cirlin would be available to speak to any of the women's groups who wish further information. Mrs. Weinkle said she would set up a stagger system for blood donations so that a fresh supply of blood will be on hand at the hospital at all times. She added that a letter further explaining the blood bank unit would be sent to each delegate for presentation to her group. Sen. Kefauver Will Launch Beth Sholom Lecture Series Sen. Estes Kefauver will be the first speaker in a series of three lectures to be sponsored by the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom. The senator, who is scheduled to appear on Mondayevening. January 8, at Temple Beth Sholom, will analyze the major issues before Congress in an address entitled, Which Way America 9 Cecil Brown, well-known commentator, will talk on "Crossroads in Asia," on Monday evening, February 26, and Elsa Maxwell will speak on Monday, March 5. Tickets for the series or for separate lectures may be obtained through Benjamin B. Gldstein, series chairman. Wilde To Star In Drama Cornel Wilde, Hollywood star, will be heard in "Liberty Inn," ninth in the New Frontier series, on Sunday, November 12, at 10:45 a.m., over station WIOD. The program is directed by Albert Ward and produced by Harold Franklin of the Institute for Democratic Education. It is presented through the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Person Sought Information is being sought about the whereabouts of Oscar Wolf on behalf of his wife and two minor children with whom he has failed to communicate or contribute toward their support during the past four years. Mr. Wolf is an automobile mechanic by occupation and was born in Baltimore. Md., on October 15, 1908. He is five feet eight and one-half inches tall, wieghs 170 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone aware of his present location is asked to-communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St., New York 7. Weintraub Unveiling The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Pauline Weintraub, formerly of 810 81st St.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, November 12, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs. explained the use : Weintraub is rurvived by her husI therapeutic agent band. Abraham; one daughter, told uf the thorough exami-1 Mrs. Rose Goodman; and two on a prospective donor must | sons. Ben and Sigmund. both of e he is permitted Miami; also one brother, Samuel blood. Although the j Ritter. Miami Beach hotel pmake up one pint of I erator. Mrs. Weintraub was a life : ai weeks, *Dr. Neber ; member of the Jewish Home for uld accept blood from : the Aged and a member of the only once in three North Shore Community Center. nl mphasized that any I Arrangements are in charge of onably good health \ Palmer's Miami Monument Co. blood donor, and that j Friends and relatives are asked le harm could come to a I to be present. Concert Series Will Sponsor Quiz Program The Miami Beach Community Concert Series extends its musical efforts to the airways this Sunday with a classical musical quiz program, "Consternation Please," to be heard on WKAT at 11:15 p.m. A panel of musical experts will be on hand to answer question submitted by listeners. Included on the panel will be Judge Kenneth Oka, Louis Glass, Joe Mooney and Jocelyn Newman. 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J Hillel AZA Unit Picks Leaders Marty Garden was elected president of Hillel Chapter of AZA at a recent meeting of the organization. Others named to office were AI Honig, vice president; Bob Newman, secretary; and Dave Katzen. treasurer. The group meets each Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETINQ ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Koeher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahe, Card Parties and Lodge Meeting*. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION tAEAUn^^v mmmm Cooling-refreshing —nourishing! *J Fancy imported herring tidbits bathed in fresh, heavy cream. Ready to eat right out of the jar. At better grocers everywhere. Distributed Exclusively by Breakstone Brcs., Inc.. 153 N.E. 29th St., Ph. 82-4731 IOI: s o i. i; it IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES South American Souvenirs and Jewelry Phone 58-3579 2201 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida A. M. 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i. • !! PAGE 6 B vJewlstnorldiaii FRIDAY, NOVEMBER W. 1950 Religious Directory... ___. .___:-.. e~ .„„=;„.. f .ns lctfrltlea Group First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koren. %  ; •• ll p.m. HtM • nooi '• % %  Xov. I .: %  .v.i %  • Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood, 1801 So. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi. • Norlhside Jewish Center, Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Canter 1 -" North Dad* Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. i: %  at 10. Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox), Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz, eg at N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. T > I Activities Ctt at p.m. West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. Services Sal '.' a.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. %  p.m.; Batui %  •' %  evening l'"'s a i %  ; then hour t • i ta win t* .. rved an I Hi br< w dai I I %  %  • %  %  SI Saturday k. Congregation xoung Israel (urIhodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. F ~ •' %  i .' /> • %  T'Fereih israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. res Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A. Ben Elias. t %  • at a Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Su M Downtown Synagogue (Conservative). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. p, toy even n a • 1. illy si vv • Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. ninesmorning at • %  %  • %  •1 Hip Tati %  I V Y v. • „ % %  M I Z H %  r.lr.g at 9:00 11 *l the I" %  '• I %  '• g Congregation Beth Tlilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • •..•• %  • • on thi bl Will !-]•• !•. nalii Mlncha i | %  -. : %  %  %  %  Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck. cantor. Si vires Friday I t 8:15 Rabbi Ham %  %  •' : New n relation I Tempi* iixaei (Reform). W7 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Dr. Jacob n K m .Su nducl the I Sal ,. On F n will dis. uss I ne • N U ill 11 ;"•• %  "' will <1uss Who Lives Hi I Temple Betn Snoiom iLiberal), 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kroniih; Cantoi Samuel Kelemer. Frldav evi nine servl.-es i %  %  • %  I _.vi, Bandar school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dally l:M W ?:30 p.m. ,i services 7 JO %  >" ,n, l 5:45 p.m. Congregation Beth UaTid (Conwrvative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: ROT. Maurice Mamches. i .... pi iday evening 11 %  .„,' i:..i.b: Bhapfro will I cant Happen to Me. In honor :., Tins Sabbath ; ,, iZA. Harvey .., Bhevln % %  I..-I-S of the loeal chapjrr, s,-r vice: AiiKiist an.I Aug "IMH. in ik. memory of thell I i -\. u u t \f momiS. Sunday at 10 '" !f 'a.nT. Cong. Rakbi Chanina Be, Tradyon Nusach Arie and uS both Rabbi Chanina Ben Td Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th A ** Bet Mini ha 4 p.m.. Mam evening ervlci I r I': of James %  %  Daily services R s -,' Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. nd Bm day S • I %  %  %  %  p.m. U' ni%  Gables Center Males Review es ol book rems under the %  ;es of the Sisti I the i will I :.•• Sun 12. at 8 30 p.m. The Wall, m ol ...' %  • %  • : Nazi Peter G : A %  luring the %  n Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Joseph Malek, cantor: Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath sei vli s at VI" AZA National Sabbath, AZA Chapter -ill am t the i ibbl < >neg Shabbat %  • ervic. Bar Mltsvah of \V son i.f M .i d Mr* Max Klddush i parents Miami Beacn Jewish community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Late Frida> ev< nlng servlci Rabbi Lehrman pi i a i> of •>• %  of an Embattled World, In ol \ -i • .... | 1)1 wl ...I "The Wees Portloi Bai M •/ ah l u .,.,, of Ml il M % % %  '•' %  lb "i •"" l nd M I afternoon bible oi %  : • i i %  %  Vouth i a.m. %  %  I nil through ..... %  %  Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. ,.-,.,... ,.,i.. -,. <.,.. • ni % % %  '." %  Late • > .-.. JWV Ure Day Sabbath Rabbi Honig will %  i youth of community starting at i.SO. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. g services at 3 Evi r will speak on tl %  I rtl n of the M i he will lntruct i M n followed bj / follow, mpl. le ll %  it I am. followed .• %  by the rabbi. .... • ....... i b> etas, n Laws u 'l Custi • Daily cli Hi : unday scho. to i •!:•%  in the ofl Congreg I i .. %  | i %  .. %  s inda; the brotherli i will conducl I ultural %  North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive. Normandy Isle, Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. AZA Sabbal %  ., t sei ved bj M M Isadon liolil irda y moi nlni lervio l %  %  c| by .lunii school • cry Sundaj i I Bisi ool; ll. bn meets there Monday, Tuesday and Wi i • • -'l.o aftel noons. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. I flay evening srrvicei at 6. Saturday morning al I Rabbi April will speak on "Rebecca the v. followed bj .Min. ha. Shalos Sudos and Maariv DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phones 9-5317 — -6727 61 N. 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PPjpAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1950 +Jm4ttiH r) r*4**n LEGAL NOTICE ,,v FILII'I'MANN, Plaintiff, vs. 'H V |D PRIBDMANN, Defendant. "ftviD FRIEDMANN. you sre u( your answer Saint for Divorce Ettorn.-y. and tg ( tnswi'i" i" She Circuit M day 136I9S ll.IL" 1 l T '' ll '\v' U'llh St. 1 rork, New Vork iqulred to serve a copy t,> the Hill of Comon the plaintiff's file the oriKlnal the office of the Clerk of Court on or before the ,i November, A.I). 19. r .0; other, ,|,,Bill of Complaint for Divorce, *'*;,'/,„, filed herein, will be taken Linfossed by you. • '.,,, a t Miami, Florida, this the k, J.V of Oct., I960. K I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hole County, Florida. Ion-mi Courl Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, n.-puty Clerk. IIII,Ti>X A. FRIEDMAN, C..rnev for I'lainliff, f,", £yh..ld Bldg.. Miami, Florida. fc:; if/8-io-i7 ____^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1 soTIOK IS HBREBT GIVEN that lie undersigned, desiring to engage in lunness under the fictitious name of ETHKRIXI-: PETERS at 730 Lincoln Miiitnl lleach, Florldw, Intends register said name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade County, 0rilla I.(ELLA M. BECKER Sole Owner ;; ll J-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In SHAW V"i !vv.?i ;.J! rl,ll,,,,K '"""•• %  I RDIi'K at 1247 N. w. 21st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to register Mid nan,,with the Clerk of ffiSri£ ,rcult Court of """•• County, Florida. WALTER SHAW LEO BHEI^ UEL BURDICK Attorney for Applicant* 302 Roper IlldR. Miami. Florida 11/3-10-17-21 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE -llt'llT COURT OF THE (ELEVENTH .ICDICIAL CIRCUIT, IX AND I"'>lt DADE COUNTY, IFI/IRIDA IX CHANCERY, No. Si IkWK a. FREITAB, Plaintiff, vs. 1 \I.ZII: \ A FREITA8, Defendant. |you, Al.ZlRA A. FREITAS, 3".5 San Leandro, California, • serve a copy of your ,,.IV.T to • ..Bill "t Complaint for plaintiff'! attorney, fcROI.P SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road, Bi Florida, and file the r. office of the Clerk of i or bi fore the 16th of othei H .-.a D.-cr.-V .:n be entered against shall be published once >. %  itlve weeka Floi Idlan. %  r 16, 1950. .<: VTHERMAN, Clerk. Seal) WM. VT. STOCKING, Deputy Cl, ik. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Parkway Apartments at T:H; nth street, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had,(ountv. Florida SAMUEL L. MATLORF and ROSK MATLOFF MAX It. BALZMAN and ESTHER SALZMAN Owners HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Owners 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IMDE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 23356. RE: ESTATE OF: JACOB SOFFER, Deceased. NOTICEIs hereby given that I have filed my rinal report and petition for Unal Discharge as Executrix of th LEGAL KOTICE PAGE 7B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS -. NAME LAW •NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that ln,1iH n ler lB i led d , '., ,h ,|1 """"nSSs of \,. J 5f alt ? Shoe '" 7 ,: N. H. 2nd Ave.. Miami, intend to register said SSS W r'"A V" •' ,ork "' • !" !" Louit of Dad.i-ountv, Florida HAItltY BUXBAUM DAVID FISHBEIN Owners FREDERICK s. QROSSBERG Attorney for applicants ."I Blscayne Bldg I" 20-27 ll 1-10 WW KRUMHOta, also known as rr,.,. K n,Hl J! Plaintiff, VS. ;:\\ T ,.J> 111 'MHOLZ, Defendant. 1<): BETTY KHUMHOL55. 2390 Tlebout Ave., Bronx :.7, .New York You are required to serve a copv of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorne) and to file tho original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2.", dav of November, A.D. 19.-,0; otherwise." the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 23 day of Oct., 1950. B. B LKATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, MILTON A. KmEDMAX > U,y ^ Attorney for Plaintiff. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undetsigned, desiring to engage j„ business under the fictitious name of MORRIS HOTEL at 1 :::io Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Couutv, Florida MORRIS WACHHOLDER GENET & GENET, E8QS. Attorney for Applicant ll 1-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ,,,,\-„'"" K Department Btore al Hill .V \\ 62nd Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JACoi: ITLVEB ,,,.,. JULIUS KESDEN MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for .Applicants 11/3-10-17-24 -he 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. esiate or Jacob softer, deceased; and 10/27 li/.i-iu-it that on the 4 day of Dec., 1980, will apply to the Honorable W F. BLANTO.N, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report ami r,,r final discharge as Executrix of the .-state of Jacob Softer, deceased. This 19th day of October, 1950. LENA SOFFER MILTo.X A. FRIEDMAN, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for Executrix of the estate of JACOB Si IFFER, Deceased. ll 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to engage in |• lie liin lous name of EAi'll L'LIMHING CO. (not Inc.) at Miami Beach, Plot Ida, ate I-register said name with the p Circuit Courl of Dade | MR. HARRY DENB1TZ Sole owner I0S REXJAM1N Mr. Harry Denbitz pTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE [COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE 0UXTY FLORIDA.—No. 16791. %  E8TATE IF "i:\ HKXSHAW Dec< .i OTIOE i hereby given that I have ll report and petition for is administratrix of estate --f Cora Henahaw, deceased: lih.it on the loth day of .November, I will apply to the Honorable r lilanton, County Judge of Dade "'•>'• I' 1 la, for approval of said and tor final discharge as JUnlBtratrln of the Estate of Cora pshaw, ,i ased. i 13th d.i> „f October, 1950. ANNETTE HILL, as Administratrix of the Estate ...„"'' "' %  Henshaw, deceased. fERS, HEIMAN ,* KAPLAN fr Administratrix I-"' 1 -: 1 l! |N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '.' iIS HEREBY GIVEN that -""I. desiring to engage in %  mess under the fictitious name of !.,,', HUNTING at 11 Collins it Beach, Fla., intends to "" '•" ll name with the Clerk of Irida "" ''""" of 1>ade Cou t >'. :„..,. n HOWARD HrsiiixsicY |N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW join I-. is HEREBY GIVEN that f [led, desiring to engage ,,, fir I,I,'" ""• fictitious name of I y,'""' AI 'l 1 al TIN Seybold Build* r orlda, Intends to register %  rt ,V",'' the Clerk of the Circuit f l or Dole county, Florida, IM\-,,V,1 ..V K |:UT NI CIIISLINi; ESJ^TZ & ARONOVITZ '>" fw AppUcant |N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS brine NAME LAW ,''.' %  • IS HEREBY GIVEX that ;-l. desiring to ".under the fictltlou NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'lT COFRT OF THE ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCl.'IT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FDR DADE rol'NTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136294. HERBERT LIPKIND, Plaintiff, vs. IXlRIS COLODNY LIPKIND, Defendant. TO: DORIS COLODNY LIPKIND, I 'efelldallt io Mary Colodny L'.':'| South Highland Avenue Los Angeles 16, Callfot nia You are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Turk & Newman. 42a Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Mb da> of November, 1950. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for I he relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26 day of < ictober, A.D. 1950. E. II LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit'Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By It. II. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Florshelin Shoe Store, 21, East Flagler St., Miami, Fla., Floish, in, shoe Shop, 649 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with th Clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade county, Florida. COWEN-BI'LBIN SHOE STORES, INC. I" -7 11 3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tin* Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sunbeam Fashions al B50 East 41st Street, liialeah, Florida, intends, to register said name with the Clerk of Hicircuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROYAL TOGS, INC. By DAVID L. SKOP, I'resident W. MAI.EK for Royal Togs, Inc. :(.". Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/3-10-17-21 JOSEPH Attorney NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i.. engage HI business under the fictitious nan I cirei,, Insurance Agencj at 1220 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with tho cierk of the 1 'Ircuit Com 1 1 1 1 lade County, Florida. ARNOLD P. ROSEN G. A. HAAS C, R, SAPIRO MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 1" 27 11 ::-lu-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of „ J'ortcr Service and AA Rug & Furniture Cleaners at N14 S. W Sth Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to said name with the Clerk of uit Court of Dade County, reglste the Cir Florida. ABRAHAMALECHMAX Side Owner SIDNEY BOBBINS Attorney for Applicant i'OI N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami. Florida 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE |8 HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EMBASSY RESTAURANT at 1857 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH,intends to register said name with the clerk ol the Circuit Court ,,1 Dade Countv, Florida. EMBASSY RESTAURANT, INC. Owners BERICK .vSHAPIRO Attorneys for applicant I2U Lincoln Road I" 27 11 3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION '•,,JHI-: CIRCUIT FRT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 136128 EUGENIA CORNISH, Plaintiff, vs. flEORGE FRANC18 CORNISH, Defendant. TO: Mr. George Francis Cornish, 229 Beach. 134th Street Belle Harbor, Long island New York JTOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to ffijy 6 a oopy f v '""' Answer to the Bill of < omplaint in the above ror Divorce, on the plaintiffs attorneys, ami file the origin;.! in th. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before November 17 otherwise said Bill „t c plaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 19 dav of October 1 i:,n E. B. LEATHERMAN, ci.-i-k of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Conn Seal) By: Wit. W. STOCKING MYERS. HE.MAX KSPLTN 0 "* 1 Attorneys for Plaintiff •i.-.n Seybold Building .Miami. Florida 10/20-27 11/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136246. ANN JOSEPHINE McNULTY, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY, Defc ndant. TO: WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY, Residence 1 'nknown. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divor n the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Courl On Or before the 25 day of XoVeuilier. AD. 1950; otherwise, the Bill or complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 24 day of Oct., 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk .if the Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. C. PEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida i" 27 II 3-10-17 Orll 'I t 2018 N. W. engage III 1 name of 1st Court, register said name with the i"Circuit Florida Court ?OL POLAND of Dade HELEN POLAND FRIEDMAN Applicants NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 25005. In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS WEINKLB, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Clfjims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and ea.h of you. are hereb) notified ami required to present an) claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the .-state of la il'IS WEINKLE, di lit,-..f MIAMI BEACH, DADE County. Florida, to the Hon W. F BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dad.County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date "f the first publication hereof, said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be SWorn to and presented as aforesaid, or same win be barrel. S.-c Section 120 of the 19 I Probat. Act. Dat.November 1st, AD. i!>..n. CALL WEINKLE. As Executor of the Last Will and Test.im,ut of LOUIS WRINKLE, Deceased. WASMAN, WEINKLE ti KESSLER 846 Seybold Bldg. Attorneys for Executor 11/3-10-17-24 HITUN £COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 1* N. C. tivrf T. MIAMI St. FLA. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, d. -siring to engage In business under the fictitious nan f SOUTH MIAMI DRUG STORE al 316 North 2nd Road, South .Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. SAMUEL W. ROSENBLATT ELRY STONE Attorney for Samuel w Rosenblatt I". 27 11 ::-|u-l7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IX THE COUNTY JCIJGE'S COURT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 2 re i In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS It, LEVIN, otherwise known as M. R. LEVIN, I >< n To All 'i edltoi.and All P. BOOS Havt'lalms or Demands Against Said i: itate: You, and each of you, are herebs n-.i ll led and required to pres. claims and demands which you, flr either of you. may have ngalnsl the .state of MORRIS K. LEVIN, othi i wise known as M, I: LEVIN, deceased late .-I WORCESTER County, Mass., to the H.-n. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Bade County, and file th. same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within elghl calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address .-f the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same \. ill !-. barred. See Section 120 of th,. 1933 Probate Act. Dat. Octobei 31st, A.D. 1950. ELRY STONE, As Anclliar) Administrator C.T.A. of the Estate of MORRIS R LEVIN, otherwise known as M. R, LEVIN. Deceased, EL BY STI i.X E Attorney for Estate "f Morris R. Levin, otherwise known as M. It. Levin, Deceased. 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF F1>)RIDA, IN AND FOR DA HE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136079. JOSIP IVIN, Plaintiff, vs. TOMECA IVIN. Defendant. TO: TOMECA IVIN, Zjara, Lukoran, Jugoslavia. You anrequired to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on th.plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or b.-foie the 20 day of November, A D. 1950: othei -vis.-, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be tak.-n as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 16 day of October, I960. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court, I lade 'ounty, Floi i i, (Circuit Court Heal) By W.M. w. STOCKING, Deputj Cl rk, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorne) for Pis 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. I 1" 20-27 I' 1-10 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT '..I |;T OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR Tl'l IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY l'!."l:llc\. IN CHANCERY .'136073 FRED F. WERTHMAN, JR PI ilntlff, V* MARGARET R. WERTHMAN, I lefi %  TO: MARGARET R. WERTHMAN, 111 Bennett Street So ithei n Piie North C You are h n by notified th • a Bill oi i 'on plaint foi I Hvon %  • hai again.-t you, and \ ou are quired to serve a copj <-i "o to the Bill ..r Complaint .m the plaintiff's attorne) and file the ot Ig answer In the l ifflce of the i %  the C cull com i on or befoi • %  xb. i20, I960, otherw Ise the alleg itlons of the bill will be taken BE C infi by you. I 'at.-.I this 16 day of October, 1950. i: B. LEATHERMAN, i 'lerk of the Circuit i lourt. (Circuit Court s.-al) By WM. W. STOCK'INC. Deputy Clerk. MANUEL LIBEL Attorney tor Plaintiff 713 Pan American Bank Bldg, Miami 32, Fl la 10 20-27 11/3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT CorRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No, 131,895. .MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, Al 'I iRESS I XKM IWN YOU, STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsi you. and you arc required to serve > copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys: KAPLAN, DIETZ & LA8KY, whose addresa Is 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, .in.I file the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit court, on or bef the • I si. day of December. 1950. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demand, d In the Bill Of Complaint. This notice shall be published once .-.ich we.-k for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Floiidian. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. DONE and ORDERED al Miami I lot Ida, this 80th day of < < %  tobt I A.D. 1950. E B LEATHERMAN, Clark, Circuit curl. I lade I Sountj. Floi Ids ii 'ircuit Court Seal) By R. H. Ricic. .ill.. Deputy Clerk. KAPLAX, DIETZ & I.ASKY Attorneys for Plaintiff 356 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/3-10-17-24 ,*. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCl'lT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT oF FLORIDA, IN AND hull DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, So. 136428. LKoNARDA LISTEK. Plaintiff, vs. STANISLAW LISTEK, Defendant. YOU STANISLAW LISTEK, SI York Road. Ipswich, Suffolk, England, are hereb) notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsi you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer "i Pleading t.> the Plaintiff's attorney. MAX R SILVER. 922 s-yb..|d Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 80th day of November, 1950. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be tak.-n ags nsl you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 1 day of November, A.D. 1950. E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. II 'ircuit Court Seal) B, WM. \V. STOCKING, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iiiideisitii.il. desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name of PINE BAR .v GRILL al 2655 N.W. 20th Sir. .1. Miami. Florida, int.-mis t.. i er said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl .-f Dad.County. Florida. JOSEPH I'YKIX Sole Owner PA I. LOT. SILVER, TATHAM, ABDO & MULLOY Attorne) s foi Applicant Congress Bldg. 10 2.1-27 1 1 .l-lu MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff '-2: Seybold Building Miami. Florida 11 S-TO-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX 'THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ll'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 136442. CLAIRE RABINOWITZ, Plaintiff, VS. RUBIN RABINOWITZ, Defendant. TO: RUBIN RABINOWITZ 19 SOUTHERN BOULEVARD BRONX. X Y. Yi.r are required t<> serve a copy of y..ur answer t" the I -til of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorni c and to file th 'iglnal answer In the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Courl on or before the :tu dav of November. 1950: otherwise. tinBUI of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by vou. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 1 dav of November, 1950. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dad.County (Circuit Court S.-a 11 B] : WM. W NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136012. I.ILI.IE KRAMER, Plaintiff, vs. JULIUS KRAMER, Defendant. SUIT F> iR DIVORCE TO: JULIUS KRAMER, 113 West g4th str. it. Apartment No, 4* w. N. w Yol k, N.-w Y.-i k YOU are h.-rci.y notified that B 'I ..r Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve .. copy of your Answi r oi Pleading to ili


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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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November 10, 1950

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^TifME23-- NUMBER 45
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ten Gurion 13-Man Cabinet
Wins Vote Of ^Confidence
IFRUSALEM, (JTA)Premier David Ben Gurion's new 13- President Chaim Weizmann in
rnhinet received a vote of confidence from the Israel. Rehovot.ThePresident wasgreet-
in UODU'ci *". .. .. ... _,, ed hv Premier Ben Gurinn on
jimi The vote was 69 to 42 with two abstentions. The
Iposition votes were cast by members of the Mapam, Herut,
^eral Zionists and Communist parties.
ati'lv after the vote was ,
composed of seven members of
Israel Not Secure Until 3,000,000
Jews Live There, Dr. Silver Warns
bounced. Speaker of the House
Lph Spiinzak called up each
Khe Ministers to take his Con-
ditional oath of allegiance.
1st was the Premier, who was
Bowed bv the two new rnem-
h of the bodyYaakov Gen,
lependent. and Pinhas Lu-
Ciker. Mapai, who have as-
ned the portfolios of Trade and
strv and Agriculture, re-
letively. The other Ministers
ved, except for Labor Minis-
JGolda Myerson and Finance
Inister Eliezer Kaplan, who are
r in the United States and will
ke their oath upon their return.
the Mapai three members of the
Religious Bloc, one member of the
Progressive Party, one member of
the Sephardim and one non-
partisan. The ministers and their
portfolios are: Prime Minister
Defense, Ben Gurion, Mapai;
Foreign Affairs, Mr. Sharett.
Mapai; Finance. Eliezer Kaplan.
Mapai; Communications, Dr. Ber-
nard Joseph, Mapai; Education,
David Remez, Mapai; Labor and
Social Insurance, Golda Myerson,
Mapai; Agriculture, Pinhas Lu-
bianiker, Mapai; Interior Health
and Immigration. Moshe Shapiro,
ed by Premier Ben Gurion on
behalf of all members of the new
government. In response Dr.
Weizmann congratulated Mr. Ben
Gurion and all Ministers of the
new Cabinet on their successfully
overcoming the recent Cabinet
crisis.
At the meeting it was decided
to submit to parliament the draft
of a bill on the term of life of the
present parliament. The Cabinet
also appointed ministerial com-
mittees to deal with urgent prob-
lems facing the Jewish state.
NORFOLK, Va (JTA) -- Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver this week de-
clared that "the young state of
Israel will not be strong and
secure until there are three to
four million Jews there, firmly
rooted in a stable economy." He
added that "the state of Israel
cannot by its own resources ac-
complish this any more than it
could have achieved its political
independence by its own efforts
exclusively."
Dr. Silver was the guest speak-
er at a banquet which closed the
two-day silver jubilee conference
of the Seaboard Region of the
Zionist Organization of America
held here with more than 500
delegates in attendance. Isador S.
Turover. of Washington, was un-
animously elected for a second
finup Z debate' S igious Bloc; Religious Affairs
kceded the vote, Mr. Ben Gurion
blared that his new coalition
Ipendence and, above all, safe-
larding the security of the state.
t warned that the dangers ahead
the young state are as grave as
se which it has thus far faced.
concluded his address with an
.sion of hope for the stabili-
j of the government.
Being the early hours of the
Tneral debate in the Knesset,
and War Sufferers, Rabbi Judah
Maimon, Religious Bloc; Social
remmcn't" would be based on a j Welfare, Rabbi ItzhakMeir Levin
,"" f -eatherine in the Religious Bloc; Justice, Pinhas
Increasing indultria\ and Rosen. Progressive; Police Affairs,
fitaS PSUSSuin order Bchor Shitreet, Sephardim; Trade
maximum economic in- andjndustry. Yakov Gen, non-
The only member of the old
Cabinet who does not appear on
the new body is former Education
Minister Zalman Shazar, who is
reported to be the next Minister
or Abassador to the Soviet Union.
Mr. Lubianiker, who is taking
over the Agriculture portfolio
el, may be succeeded in his post of
eign Minister Moshe Sharett *""****'**" l?f rtnilv the
lared that Israel's program at by Mordecai Namir presently the
United Nations is one of de- Minister to Moscow^Mr Namir
1 has resigned that post effective
next month.
The system of rationing food
and other commodities will con-
tinue in Israel until the country
achieves self-sufficiency. Premier
Ben Gurion told parliament.
"Until then, we will not allow
much for few, but everybody will
receive a just share," he added.
The new Cabinet late held its
first meeting at the residence of
^m:ninn its responsibility and
e in strengthening the inter-
ional organization as an "ef-
ttive instrument against aggres-
bn and for the preservation of
jorld peace." He asserted that
111 the votes cast by Israel on
I Korean issue and on the
In.ty for peace" proposals are
|on:lu.-:.)ns of this basic
lem: IThe new 13-man Cabinet
is
Thousands of Jews May Be
Trapped, JDC Official Warns
"Tens of thousands of Jews, the 'now or never' emigrants
of 1950, may soon be trapped forever in Eastern Europe and tho
Near East unless the American Jewish Community provid^t
immediate help to move them to Israel," Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
director general of the Joint Distribution Committee Sunday
warned 300 delegates and guests
attending the combined South
East regional conference spon-
sored by JDC and the United
Service for New Americans.
Describing the critical immigra-
tion emergency, Dr. Schwartz
ointed out to the Jewish leaders
from nine states who were meet-
ing at the Sorrento Hotel that
in the first ten months of 1950
his agency had transported 137,000
Jews to Israel, paying their trans-
portation at an average cost of
$100 per person, and aided some
10.500 to reach the United States
and other lands. "This vast move-
Cardinal Recalls
1st Nazi Pogrom
BERLIN, (JTA)On the oc-
casion of the forthcoming 12th
ment of men, women and children
accomplished by JDC at a cost
of 12,500,000," he said, "has com-
pletely exhausted the agency's
emigration budget for the entire
year. Unless additional funds for
resettlement operations are made
available, JDC emigration may
grind to a halt at any minute and
a minimum of 35,000 Jews in
Eastern Europe. Iran and Iraq
would be forced to give up all
hopes of emigration, perhaps for-
ever."
Emphasizing that these 35.000
are the most desperate of 75,000
"now or never" emigrants over-
seas for whom emigration has be-
I come a race against expiring
j deadlines, the JDC official re-
ported that the Jews of Iraq-
one hundred thousand strong
"have been told by their govern-
\S. Okays Pipeline
From Iraq To Syria
WASHINGTON (AJP>The State Department admitted
lay flatly that it had approved the plans for construction of
new pipeline from Iraq to Syria, almost certain to wreck
ael's S30.000.000 Haifa refineries, amid a series of disclosures
the American Jewish Press by the Commerce Department
79,000 of the 190,000 tons Under ^ plan 0jj would be
shipped along a 550-mile pipe line
from the Kirkuk fields in Iraq to
Banivas, Syria. The new line
would by-pass Israel and render
her huge Haifa refineries worth-
less.
In disclosing that all but 79,000
of the 190,000 tons of steel for
the line remained to be licensed
in September, a high spokesman
casion of the forthcoming 12th mgnt that they depart for Israel
anniversary of the November 9, j .. {. ive tneir nationality.
1938, pogrom, Cardinal ^ Konrad : their'possessions and are out of
the country by the end of March."
JDC planes, which are transport-
ing 4,000 Iraqi Jews monthly on
. steel required to complete the
Ipelinc remained to be licensed
pore shipment to Iraq.
State Department's admis-
pri of approval of the pipe line
which American Zionist
puneil headquarters in New
ork suid would "postpone in-
'initely any hope of a peace
Ittlement" in Israel, was coupled
I :. open demand in at least
Pe metropolitan New York City
fcwspapcr that a widespread con-
fessional probe be launched into
*e Pipe line transaction which it
rmed "a first class scandal."
n another front, Congressman
"lanuel Celler (D-NY) said he
ined to investigate the matter
Pon his return to Washington.
, said it would be ridiculuous
inactivate the Haifa refineries.
The pipe line project, which
ould require 190,000 tons of
ra-to-get American steel, is
lanced by the Iraqi Petroleum
mPany, the majority of which
reportedly owned by the
indard Oil Company of New
jsey. Shell Oil and French
lvate oil interests.
von Preysing, Bishop of Berlin,
this week issued a letter to his
diocese recalling that "dreadful
day" which marked the beginning
of the extermination of Jews in
Germany. The reign of terrior
followed the slaying of Nazi
diplomat Ernst vom Rath in Pans
by a Jew.
"As you know more than f.ve
million Jews were murdered by
the previous government,' said
the Cardinal's letter. "It was a
crime without parallel. I take this
opportunity of speaking about it
because time
term as president of the region.
The parley adopted a resolution
calling upon the United States
government "to assist Israel with
a grant-in-aid commensurate to
its needs and its role as demo-
cratic force in the Middle East."
Another resolution wholehearted-
ly endorsed the four-point pro-
gram of aid to Israel at the Na-
tional Planning Conference for
Israel held in Washington last
week-end.
Dr. Silver also called upon the
United States government to ex-
tend financial aid to Israel. He
urged the United States and Great
Britain to "earnestly and sin-
cerely" bring the Arab states to
the realization of the need to
conclude peace with Israel.
Dwelling on the present eco-
nomic, difficulties confronting
Israel. Dr. Silver said that "we
have been disturbed by reports of
the economic strains and stresses
which have made themselves felt
in Israel in consequence of the
herculean tasks which have been
undertaken to absorb tens of
thousands of immigrants annually
and perhaps also in consequence
to too nasty plans at socialization.
In the pride and exaltation of the
political triumph," he maintained,
"we failed to prepare for the cold,
stark realities of the morning
after. We thought that our work
was over when, in a real sense,
it had only just begun."
Dr. Silver stressed the need of
strengthening the Zionist move-
ment and the necessity of a strong
General Zionist Party in Israel
"to serve as the great center party
rising above the particular in-
terest of class and faction and
pointing a middle way between
the extremes of right and left."
Earlier. Benjamin Browdy,
president of the ZOA, hailed what
he described as the bi-partisan
unanimity and solid support for
American aid to Israel which is
being voiced by Democratic and
Republican leaders and candidates
in the current elections. Mr.
Browdy said that he had received
assurances from leaders of both
parties that they will support any
action by the U. S. government
to grant immediate financial aid
to Israel.
'Operation Ezra." cannot possibly
keep pace with the 7,000 each
month who must leave. If JDC
is forced to abandon this airlift
because of lack of funds, some
30.000 Iraqi Jews who have re-
linquished their nationality and
their possessions would become
desperate."
Arthur Greenleigh, executive
director of USNA described the
responsibility of Jewish commun-
y ui i|mw --------- responsiuiuij' ui vvnwu >-......-
ime and time again ,jtjes jn connection with increased
there are symptoms in Germany immigration to the United States,
that racial and national hatred is The USNA official predicted
E crimes* aga^t^ humanly They become American citizens."
not yet dead."
The letter went on: "We are
horrified to hear that even the
peace of cemeteries has been dis-
turbed This was done by youth:
in September, a mgr> spo, ^.Ky^th^.^ch'K?^
v^eo" CZTtate^epaXenT's possible^ We know that many
"awareness of the project.' It
was first submitted three years
ago it was later claimed by a
State Department public relations
officer. ,
To date, the Commerce Depart-
ment indicated, 60.000 tons of the
steel pipe line was enroute or
being prepared for an Iraqi des-
tination. The remaining 50.000
tons, although not shipped as yet,
had received the department s ap-
proval for export to Iraq, the
spokesman admitted. ..
Whether the remaining .9.000
tons of steel required to complete
the project would be licensed for
shipment, the official said, would
(Continued on Page 4 A)
that some 14,000 DP's of all faiths i
will soon be arriving on these
shores monthly under the liberal-
ized DP Act. He said "the Ameri-
can Jewish community has the
responsibility to stand squarely
behind the Jewish newcomers
during the five year period until
OUlti ti"i'v- -e------------ -"- -
are being perpetrated. But tnis
does not free us of an obligation
to recall what has been done here
bv Germans and to make every
effort to oppose hatred and fana-
ticism wherever it occurs. We
hope and wish that the wrongs
done to millions of people will be
righted by compensating those
thousands who survived."
Reporting on his recent survey
of DP installations abroad.
Greenleigh stated that the pro-
cessing of prospective immigrants
abroad during the past six months
has been frustrating. However,
"the situation has now been cor-
rected with the appointment of a
strong coordinating director of the
DP Commission and immigration
In Dusseldorf, the French High I is now on the upswing.
Commissioner in Germany Calling the new arrivals to our
Francois Poncet, this week order- shores the "most investigated and
ed the establishment of a supreme
court for restitution matters for
the entire French zone. The court
will decide on appeals from de-
cisions of lower courts.
screened group of people in the
world," the USNA official re-
vealed that they must undergo at
(Continued on Page 4 A)
Nobel Winner To
Donate Prize To
Basle University
GENEVA, (JTA)Dr. Tadeus
Reichstein. Jewish professor of
Organic Chemistry at Basle Uni-
versity who won the Noble Prize
this year for medicine, announced
this "week-end that he will turn
over his share of the prize money
to Basle University for further
research work.
Dr. Reichstein. who shared the
award with two Mayo clinic doc-
tors, received the prize for his
work on hormones. Earlier, he
discovered Vitamin C. and a treat-
ment for Addisons Disease. Prof.
Reichstein was born in Poland in
1897 and was taken to Switzer-
land in 1906 by his family. In
1920 he took his degree as engi-
neer-chemist at the Swiss Fed-
eral Technical College at Zurich.
A Swiss novelist and poet, him-
self a Nobel prize winner, this
week suggested a Nobel prize
award in literature for Prof.
Martin Buber of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. The poet. Hermann Hesse,
made the suggestion in reply to
a request from a Berlin news-
paperDer Abendto name a
person deserving the award. He
declared that in his opinion there
was no one more deserving than
Professor Buber whom he de-
scribed as a "qualified leader of
spiritual Judaism, a promoter and
preserver of Hassidic legends and
a Bible translator."


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hip in taJewBh
I- is a fulfillment of Isaiah's prophecy. W
Shall be a house of prayer for all pi- iple.
TEVi' ,th ift the Mea Shearim
. t of 100 gat. nly complacent amuse-
Here the tourisl imag wandered into
town of the 18th century. He sees the con-
oraries of the Baal Sham of dressedI in long
In white oi black t
hats of long-haired fur which frame
rds, black
le in every direction, having nevei
mmed. But the shock comes w
he se< ng snake like ringlets hang from their
. ., along their ears. ObviOUSl
ever known a The impres
illy comical. The -' some far a
. the Mongol foil I Genghis
Khan.
Theii Children ...
The n follow the example of thi I
W ped in long grey coats and
i totally diff.
ies from the rugged, bronzed faced boys wno
,rms and leys bare. You look
pale-faced young children, a tutt oi
By HARRY SIMONHOFT
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uncut hair hanging alone each ear on
cropped head, and wonder l'los||
suffer at the hands of the i "r' thtH
are a set of urchirjs as touRh .
be found anywhere.
ra Carta

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. the Jew
t the Isi
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The present republic was found
hence jDdious. They prefei
r Gentile rule tnan be *.
i gard the Torah. Th.
who impose high tax. Commiu
T'leir Bigotry
The Natura Carta. though limit ;
souls, are intransigent and militant
stones at autos, even und. r col
driving through their quarter in thi Sabbath A
doctor parking his car on the day rest to'sec
patient can find his tires cut. S. h onl?
this sect holds that Hebrew, thi : paver
should not be vulgarized by rJail Katanw
quarter. I saw posters on w ,?^Q
that a radio at home is tantamount angel tf
death in the house. Hearing a can J*
to sin. The broad. ''
desecration. Girls over their th '.. mld'an
a synagogue with bare arms and head
uncovered. Though nominally
they, like all fanatics, practice v.
While I was in the ir.lv (':" 'rgrrjim
stoned a car and beat up th.
to the hospital on the Sabbath a in labor
about to give birth.
Even such fanatics an h g^
humored toleration. The im] irti fJeru-
salem refuses to deny evi n to bij idomol
conscience or worship.
"The Outcasts" Is Next
In ADL fladic Series
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in the 15-minute
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Ju.-' ice,
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Regional ZOA Meet Slated For Beach,
Seymour B. Liebman Named Chairman
: Region
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thirteenth annual
the Vand
Beai h. during
:end ushering in the Jewish
: Chanuka. December
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h will act as host for the
nn lunced that over
200 delegates representing their
:s in Alabama. Florida.
ppi, South Carolina and
Tennessee are expected to attend.
Seymour B. Liebman of Miami
Beach has been appointed confer-
ence chairman. Liebman. a mem-
ber of the Now York State Bar
and former director of the Eco-
nomic Commission. ZOA. is on I
the national board of the United
, Synagogues of America, program
irman of the Miami Beach
Zi mist District and author of
numerous articles and brochures
nn Israel and Judaism.
The four-day conference will
cover all phases of Zionist activi-
ties including projects in America
anrl Israel.
Special sessions will be devoted
to the youth movement, which |
will be addressed by Mrs. Teddy
Moscovitz of Jacksonville, chair-
man of the Southern Zionist
Youth Commission. and Dr.
Shlomo Bardin. director of
Brandeis Camp Institutes.
Louis A. Faik. treasurer, Z
Organization of Amu;.,., and
chairman of ZOA projects and Dr.
s. Im y Marks, executive
tary, ZOA. will be among speak-
i : s who will addi ess 1
Assisting Liebman with ar-
rangements for the confereni
Straaten. Daniel M. Broad,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, I. R. Good-
man, S. A. Goodman. Judge Ken-
neth Oka. Mm : ay I ri
Ehiel Lesowoder, Harold Si.
Macey Kronsberg. Philip Edel-
man, Joseph Pardo. David C.
Goodman, Gilbert Rappapi t,
F nee Abramson, Dave Go
win and Leonard II. Gil
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irandies President To Address Women
t Luncheon At Delano Hotel Friday
_ __. -A^iflont l'arcitir fu*iiltv An\f\nn tVi.
n L. Sachar, president
I D: A University at Walt-
tf ^chuitU, will tell the
am;;';,,... of the rapid de-
"*clUngJ of America's first
loP? "ns..red non-sectarian
* ."a women's meeting.
^:. November 10 at 1:30 p.m
Delano Hotel. A dessert
.ill be served without
Friday, November
H the
5Crhge0byVt'he"sponsoring com-
^fitachar is widely known as
*kotor historian and orator,
"ffjears he was one of the
-t respected members of the
Sry faculty at the University
versity faculty. Among the many
distinguished professors on the j
faculty of America's newest uni- ]
versity are Dr. Ludwig Jewisohn,
Dr. Max Lerner, Dr. Albert
Guerard, Frank Manuel, Milton
Hindus and Marie Syrkin.
Temporary officers of the or-
ganizing committee of the Greater
Miami Chapter are Mrs. Harold
Turk, chairman; Mrs. Aaron Farr,
co-chairman: Mrs. Louis Heiman,
secretary; and Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg and Mrs. Louis Sher-
man, co-treasurers.
The women's unit was estab-
,lly lished shortly after the university
- \u. his written two im- was founded two years ago. It
1 "'"fh,,, k< on Jewish "history,; already has more than fifty chap-
jortant lkhl11' Ipws" (now'ters, extending from Manchester,
fp. History "1 tne J^ws;,_ v.f M W to F.l P,-, Tpv nH fpnm
iiVl3th printing) and Suffer-
1115' Badge," a history of
Jewish life. Dr.
by Mi-
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ince
ontemporary
,""har \s remembered
fans for his addresses here in
5 of local charitable and
' ,ral institutions.
Mday's meeting, which is open
,5 women of the Greater Mi-
' ? ,-ea is sponsored by the
closed Greater Miami Chapter
,he National Women's Commit-
iof Brandeis University. This
at'onal committee maintains the
rowing Brandeis University
rarv and four chairs in the
Sties department of the uni-
kmi
Participating in the workshop which highlighted the morning
session of the Joint Distribution Committee-United Service For
New Americans regional meet at the Sorrento Hotel Sunday are
(1. to r.) William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Max C. Gettinger. director of budgeting and communi-
ty planning. Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Ben Stark, execu-
tive director. Jewish Community Council of Jacksonville: and
Albert A. Comanor. executive director of the Jewish Social Service
Bureau. Theme of the workshop was "Current Problems and
Approaches in the Resettlement of Newcomers."
Folk Dancing. Singing
To Highlight Social
Folk and square dancing and
Hebrew and Jewish songs will be
the feature attractions at the first
adult social get-together to be
sponsored by the Miami Jewish
Community Center on Saturday
night November 11.
Pete Jacobs will call the dances
and Cora Friedman will lead the
singing.
N. H., to El Paso, Texas, and from
San Francisco, Calif., to Savan-
nah, Ga.
Within the first sixteen months
of the university's existence, ap-
proximately 25,000 volumes were
placed in the library through the
efforts of the women's committee.
So enthusiastic was the response,
that the women's committee was
able to provide for the mainten-
ance, expansion and staffing of
the library in addition to stocking
the shelves with books. Then fol-
lowed the second major project,
the establishment of four chairs
in the field of humanities.
Plaza Theatre To
Open November 17
The Plaza Theatre will open its
doors for the season under new
management on Friday, Novem-
ber 17, with a Yiddish film and
stage show policy.
Opening screen attraction will
hp "Destination Israel (Der Weg I
Nach Israel)," starring Israel ]
Becker, Bettina Moissi, daughter i
of noted actor, Alexander Moissi. i
and Berta Litwina. Depicting the |
trials and tribulations of a group
of homeless Jews attempting to
reach Israel, the picture has been i
cited by critics for its eloquence ,
and sincerity.
Paul Burstein, Columbia record-
ing artist, who is familiar to
Yiddish theatre devotees as
Pesachke. will headline the stage
bill. Co-starring with him will be
Lilian Lux, Florence Weiss and
Harry Gandel.
Burstein. who will also direct
the stage shows for the whole
season, announces that the most
celebrated stars of the Yiddish
theatrical world will appear at
the Plaza. Among the artists he
has lined up are Jennie Goldstein,
Menasha Skulnik, Moishe Oysher
and a host of other topflight en-
tertainers.
Musical director for the season
is Maurice Swerdlow, well known (
composer and pianist.
Beginning Friday, November 10, '
1:30 p.m. the theatre will present.
a 15-minute program to be known
as "Plaza Theatre on the Air."
This program, which will be part
of Jacob Schachter'j Jewish
Musical Hour over WTTT, will
be composed of sketches, music,
interviews and other special fea-
tures.
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Miami Center Plans
Thanksgiving Dance
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renuBCr- ->r- j^e hue of resort spor^-ear.
fore they leceJye United S:l:
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Garment Manufacturer
Dies In Local Hospital
3ema.-d S. Kahn. one of Mi-
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died last week m a local hospital
H H jiar nM manufacturer be decided in D phi nun and de-
*as president of B. S Kahn 4: pended upon worldcoadttl:ns and
; d rr*stk neeoj ior rtaeL
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ment and social ii r. -..r.g there before the building posed pipe -ir- I .-.jP reporter
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plied" a:ure
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strong attitude I ---ae'-
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Among ..".' ere
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State Depart- ^ rej
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.-nan. and Stan.ev C Myers .- __j 1- _. .ki,.Kr ol
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A Chevrah Mishr.ayos and
rah Shas. a group dedicated
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Congregation Beth El.
Jacob Werbhn was named
' chairman of the new unit. Oth<
j elected to office were Aaron Levy
'and David Simon, gaboim, and
iHyman Lurie. treasurer.
The group will meet daily at
445 p.m. for the study of Mishna
and Saturday fi -. 3 45 to 4:45 Samuel
' p.m. for the study of Talmud.
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+Jewisti fhrkUan
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Ben Essen Named
Center President
Ben
. Essen, local attorney and
ivte lender, was elected president
f the Miami Jewish Community
"enter by ac-r--------------
tarnation at the
annual nomina-
tion meeting
held last week.
Because there
M no contests
L these offices
Essen and the
83" 5S
Miami To Mark Jewish Book Month With
Displays, Reviews, Special Programs
To assist Jewish organizations i December 5. The Bureau of Jew-
in programming for Jewish Book j ish Education has made a smaller
Month, the Jewish Book Council exhibit available for
of Greater Miami has organized
a special speakers' committee.
Members of the committee will
be available to discuss Jewish
Book Month, celebrated this year
from November 3 through De-
cember 3, and to review books
of current Jewish interest.
Serving on the committee are
all Greater Miami rabbis, Joseph
Duntov, Louis Lasavin, Dr. M. J.
organiza-
tions planning book programs.
The Jewish community is urged
to view the exhibit at the Beach
library, the theme of which will
be "Jewish Books through the
Ages. A display of antique
Chanuka menorahs and Jewish
etchings will complement the ex-
hibit. Mrs. Joseph Duntov is
chairman.
Special book month programs
preffnent' second Ben Essen
jft-JS! W>ul Sobel; third
1 President, Leo Shemer, sec-
!eearv Ssie'(Mrs. Sam) Gert-
SS? treasurer, Leo Ackerman.
Sidnev Palmer, acting chairman
f the' nominating committee,
"resented the report which rec-
p ponded all aforementioned
S," and the following mem-
b-s ofjhc boaj-d for^hr^yeai..
Max
Click, Dr. Berthold Friedl, Dr. I are being featured by the Jewish
r Silver, Palmer, Al
rk0W,tz. Hazel (Mrs. Ben)
p" n Dorothy (Mrs. Leon) Kap-
h Via (Mrs. Leo) Sheiner, M.
rKopelowito, Frank Rose Irving
cnl Nat Blumberg and Fred K
V '; :I.mb-rs of the board
forone year, Sarah (Mrs Reuben)
M,lton A. Friedman.
gRF: Kiass. Louise (Mrs Leo)
Sidney Lefcourt, Sylvia
,,,. Henry Rabin. Lew.s
; Monroe Gelb. Leo
, ,uel Rothstem, Ber-
1 Nathan) Dubler, Max
, Louie Bandel.
., presentation Oi the
the nominating corn-
following nominations
from the flour: mem-
board lor three 3
Rubinstein, Sam Kessler,
Fred Grossberg: members of the
me year, Leon Lieber-
man, Manuel Lubel, Paul Gert-
man, Leah (Mrs. Lewis) Stern-
er,, Violet (Mrs. Monroe)
Gelb. Oscar Argintar and Hyman
Kam. .
Eli ven persons are to be elected
as members of the board for
three year terms and fourteen
pers .ns are to be elected as mem-
bers for one year. The annual
electing meeting will be held
Thursday evening. December 7.
Students Invited To
Attend Film On Israel
An invitation has been issued
by the Greater Miami UIT Com-
mittee to all students of the Lni-
versitv of Miami and local high
schools to attend a special free
showing of a film entitled "Is-
rael's Scientific Soldiers" on
Sunday, November 12, at 11 a.m.
at the Lincoln Theatre. Several
ihort subject will also be shown.
There will be no solicitation of
funds.
Leon Mindlin, Mrs. Dorothy Fink,
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Abe Boxerman.
Maurice Grossman, Sidney Green-
berg, Abraham Levitan, Mrs.
Simon Lipton, Mrs. Morris Skop,
Mrs. Peter Glazer and Louis
Schwartzman.
Plans for local observance of
Jewish Book Month include the
annual book exhibit to be held
at the Miami Beach Public Li-
brary from November 26 through
afternoon schools, Sunday reli-
gious schools and the Workmen's
Circle schools in Miami and on
the Beach. Miami Beach Senior
High School is also planning a
Jewish Book Month exhibit under
the direction of Miss Alma Mont-
gomery.
Two book lists are available at
the office of the Bureau of Jewish
Education"Basic Book List for
Young People" and "Current
Books" in fiction, biography, cur-
rent problems, history, Israel,
religion, music and arts, and ju-
venile literature.
Book reviews for the next week
include "A Dreamer's Journey"
by Mrs. Max Dobrin at Hillel
House on November 12; "The King
of "Schnorers" by Abraham
Levitan before the Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society on No-
vember 13; "A Measure of Free-
dom" before the American Jewish
Congress on November 13;
and "Aftergrowth" by Louis
Schwartzman before the Sister-
hood of Beth David Congregation
on November 5. Mrs. Dorothy
Fink is scheduled to review
"Gentlemen and Jew," the recent
work of Maurice Samuel, on the
air, during the month.
Radio reviews and announce-
ments of Jewish Book Month are
scheduled on Yiddish programs on
the air. Joseph Duntov is arrange-
ments chairman. Publicity of
Jewish Book Month will appear
in the daily press, and in book
stores throughout Greater Miami.
JWB Adopts $2,049,972
Budget For 1951 Program
Carl Weinkle Miami, civic lead-
er, has announced that the Na-
tional Jewish Welfa.e Board
(JWB) has adopted a luSl oudget
of $2,049,972 for its religious,
morale and welfare programs for
Jewish men and women in the
expanding armed forces, and for
its continuing services to its af-
filiated Jewish Community Cen-
ters. He is a member of JWB's
national finance council, a group
of leaders from Jewish communi-
ties in all sections of the country,
which at its recent annual meet-
ing in Chicago approved the 1951
budget after a detailed analysis
of proposed JWB programs and
expenditures for the coming year.
Newspapers selling for a penny
apiece originated in England.
Appointed To U-M Staff
The University of Miami an-
nounces the appointment of Miss
Evelyn Bauer as instructor in its
business education staff. Miss
Bauer is continuing as registrar
and instructor of commercial sub-
jects at the evening sessions of
Walsh School of Business Science.
To Observe Book Month
In observance of Jewish Book
Month, the University of Miami
Hillel Foundation has scheduled
a review of Raphael Cohen's "A
Dreamer's Journey" by Mrs. Max
Dobrin on Sunday, November 12,
at 8 p.m. at the Hillel House. A
social will follow the review.
The group's weekly co-ed meet-
ing will be held Wednesday. No-
vember 15. at 7:15 p.m. Trans-
portation will be provided from
the women's dormitories.
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AfTllnItlTT OP THE STATE OP
l-'t.i |RI| > \
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME CJREET-
INOS:
This to certify Hint, whereas,
Leon Kaplan, Miami, Florida
Ernestine Ebert, -Miami. Florida
-Marli b. Kasmaler, Miami. Florida
J'd on the 18th day of December, A D.
IMS cause to be incorporated under
'"' lirovlslons of Chapter lannii. Liw"
"' Florida, Arts of 1925. FAIRWAY
HOMES CORP., n corpora Hon. with
"s principal place of buslneaa at
?''"'" "H|v County, in the State of
"orlila, ;niil whereat the stockholders
';' u< h corporation did on the 6th
*>> "i November, A.I>. 1950, Cause
led in the office of the Secre-
Stati "f the State of Flotilla.
J J onseni of all the stockholder*
ihi provision! of said Chapter
''"' i.i.-s of Florida, Acts of IMS,
wtnwind the dissolution of such eor-
id the BecreUry ..f Btate
tied thai tin- requirements of
" have hen comolled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1
nave hereunto set my hand and
nave affixed the or.-at s.-,i of the
;"' le of Florida, at Tallahassee,
'" Capital, till- the 6 day of
(si'v'i'V'"'1'"''' AI> lv:'"-
11
R. A. GRAY,
Secretary of State.
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-JmlstncrMton
Hadassah Groups
To Meet Monday
Greater v. a a
tor Monti Sovembei I
-
All z. -:
i.-. ..- drive
.-. be :-..- mber 27 to
December !
LEsO?.AK CJRO-'P
Bt tbi Hi Sanford
I er. 441 B2nd St Miami
B Mn Bernard Fuller will
HANKA SENESCH GROUP
..... meet >i the T n and Beach
' : Lux -.
B Mn M Alpert will
le
HENRIETTA SZOLD Gr
- eel
A .: : r..;:...;:.:.r.z
the Had Mi Orgamra-
ti presented Mn. Isa-
belle Altholz
HERZL GROUP will meet at
Temple Beth Sholom Had
izati..-. will :* the
ol the :. grvr .-...'
oi -..-:. .:: r>: the first
:-r. wing '. the Dim Am S.r.
M.-s Louil E will pre-
ISRAELI GROUPS_ meeting
place will be the Vanderbilt
H 7:.': program will feature
an : raeli film Mi Irving Weatin
will preside.
MT SCOPUS GROUP will hold
i luncheon and movie party at
n it the Syi An*
Lebanon Clul S.W. 3.-d
Ave The Dim Tbmon w Is a
v. nderful Day" will ^
by the Yc ith .-'-.
M;s .'' I preside.
SHALOMA GROUP'S meeting
'..'.. be the Sorrento Hotel.
Carol Aronovitz
Betrothal Told
3e-.:.:-; Mus Carol Ar.r.:-
2; ..; ?... .r." Mr. :f Mrs
Rebecca B f Miami Beach
and Mew and the late
been an-
-..---r ; he: father. Abe
2450 5 W 2r,d Ave
i--ated from
Hii ind at*
la State University and the
.'.' -. r.ere she
.-.- .'. the school
\'.r R-.g Bded New York
and Columbia e*. A
- of the Ar Free, he ica
gnei and baa oeen as-
-r of the top
intry He is
ner-xar.aEe: :: :he Shep-
ley :-"
wedding will ta>e :!;:
Decen ber 17
Board Meeting Slated
v uni Beach Lodge, B'na:
B'rith will bold a special board
meeting Bthi ::::ces of President
rey K Newman. Room 305.
420 Lincoln Road an Friday, No-
- 10. at 3 30 pa________
The Dim, Torty-eight Hours a
Day." will be shown Mrs. Ber-
nard Goldberg will preside.
STEPHEN WISE GROUPS
meeting wiU oe held at the Be!
A.-e Hotel In observance of
Jewish Book Month. Rabb: Morris
A. Skop will review -Sholom
Means Peace" by Robert St. John
and 'Leave it to the People" by
Quentin Reynolds Mrs. Samuel
Sakrais will preside.
B & P GROUP will meet at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center at
8:30 p rr. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
prominent club woman, who will
speak on her recent trip to Israel.
Fashion Show To Highlight Luncheon
i ',- fashi n di > by Admission will be any item of
r> Reisler will ladies' wear suitable for sale at'
hignlight the luncheon to be given .;, lijterbood's bazaar slated tor
ftJS December 4 and 5.
15. at 12 noon in the temple's Mrs Ben 7. olf. Mrs. Alan Her-
banquet ball Mrs Emanuel Gold- ron. Mrs. Maurice Shein and Mrs.
stri h ai narrator, and Irving Biasberg will be hostesses
the mpaniment will at this function. Mrs. Hyman S.
be furnished by Mrs. Hy Fried. Kaplan is chairman of the bazaar
d her hus-. committee. Mrs. Alexander Rob-
bins is sisterhood president.
H**a< h Auxiliary
To Sent Ladies
... Beach Auxiliary to the
;. -.-. H.rre fos :ne Aged WiU
; newly elected officers and
members at a luncheon on
:. N .ember 14. at 12 noon
-v Saxony Hotel.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will m-
fficers. Mrs Fred Jonas.
chairman of the affair, will be
sarirtrri by Mrs Mollie Schuman.
':-: :.: .-.-._- Kriegel and '-
Clara G-jldenberg. co-chairmen.
T: be recognized at the rites
re Mn Benjamin Appel. ;
Mrs. Benjamin SI
bon rary preside.-.-.: Mrs. Sol
nan Mrs. Max Greenberg
and Mrs. Louis Makovsky. vice
lento; Mrs. Samuel Ritter.
Mrs Benjamin Kaplan. Mrs.
-: Sap.ro and Mrs. B. J.
Schwartz, honorary vice
Miss Goldenberg. treasurei
Mrs. Benjamin Feld. financial
secretary; Mrs. Irving Frankel.
ding secretary; Mrs A. A.
.Y.lle: i.-.d Mrs .Morris Sparber.
corresponding secretaries: Mrs
Barry Koretskv. auditor: Mrs. A.
J. Plotkin, Mrs. Harry Danz.ger
and Dr. Celia Wohl. trustees.
Members of the board include
the Mesdames Samuel Aronstem.
Henry Amyln. Leonard Barr.
Frank Berger. Daniel Broad,
Jacob Chavez. Morris Cohen. Hy-
man Deutsch. Morris Dubler.
Sarah Eliis. Louis Glasser, Fanny
Goldberg. J B. Gould. Jess Harr.
Jean Hackel. Benjamin Hammer-
man. Jack Janoff. Fred Jonas.
Ann Kane. Emanuel Karger.
Alexander Kogan. Ann Kohanne.
Kriegel. Al Lesser. Harry Levine.
I. Lipprr.an, Polly Lux. Lena
Mason, Benjamin Meyers. A.
Orovitz. Luba Paulkm. Samuel
Prosterman. Albert Rokoff. Abra-
ham Rubin. M. S. Rubin. Eva
Seppler. Schuman. Frances Sil-
verman, Matthew Silverstein.
Harold B. Spaet. Louis Steinberg.
A. J. Tobin. Gus Trau. Jack Udell.
Rose Weiss. J. Weisglass. Irving
Westin, Abe Zinnamon and Mary
Ziegfried.
Bern ice Kostoff Wed
To Marvin Steinbock
Bemice Kostoff. daughter
I Mr and Mrs Sam Kostoff of
this city and Marvin Steinbock.
son of Mr and Mrs George Stein-
bock of Brooklyn. N. Y.. ex-
changed vows October 15 at the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation. Rabbi Simon April read
the double-ring service.
The bridal gown was of illusion
lace over white satin, fashioned
with fitted bodice. Peter Pan
collar spinkled with sequins, and
=<^f covered buttons down the
at to the waist. The long
sleeves came to a point over the
back of the hand and the skirt
was ballerina-length.
The bride's sister. Miss Marilyn
Kostoff. was maid of honor in a
powder blue ballerina-length
nvlon tulle gown. Flower girls.
Lois Glantz and Ita Myra Recker,
wore identical dresses of pink
and blue nylon tulle. Jack Fils
acted as best man.
The former Miss Kostoff is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School, and Mr. Steinbock. who
J served with the United States
Army during the war. is now at-
tending the University of Miami.
(.altli-s Women To
Hole! Luncheon
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will hold its
I monthly luncheon and card party
on Wednesday. November 15. at
. 1 p.m. at the center.
Arrangements are being made
bv Mrs. Sam Goodman. Mrs. Sol
Halpert and Mrs. William Pallot.
Reservations may be made by-
calling 48-6265 or 87-7493. Care
of the children has been arranged
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Beth El Women
Will Hold Tea
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will hold its annual member-
ship tea on Tuesday, November
14. at 1:30 p.m. at the synagogue.
it has been announced by Mrs.
Jack Shapiro, president.
Highlight of the event will be
the presentation of a skit entitled
"Sisterhood: An Exhibit in Jew-
ish Living." Written by Rabbi
Murray Grauer. the playlet will
be enacted by members of the
organization, including the Mes-
dames Shapiro. William Swim-
mer. Grauer. Sidney H. Palmer
and Oscar Rappaport.
Another feature of the event
will be a table display, illustrat-
ing how the Jewish woman does
her part in preparing for the
holidays and festivals.
Cantor Jacob Tambor will lead
community singing on the theme.
"A Year in Jewish Song." and
Rabbi Grauer will speak on "Our
Sisterhood."
Chairmen of the tea are Mrs.
A. Pepper and Mrs. Max Rappa-
port.
Sorority Marks
Founder's Day
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae As-
sociation and the University of
Miami chapter of the sorority
marked the forty-first annivers-
ary of the organization's founding
at a luncheon on Saturday at
Chary's Restaurant. Miami Beach.
Feature of the afternoon was
a playlet entitled "Nothing Like
an Alpha Epsilon Phi." starring
Lillian Gross. Gloria Torem.
Vivian Scheaffer and Edith Cohen,
with Mrs. Jack Levkoff as ac-
companist. Joyce Kerzin was
chairman of the event.
Pledges of the university chap-
ter were honor guests.
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+Je*lst)ncrkUati
Hagen Bar Mitzvah i Cniinrii WnmAn T
Jackie Hagen, son of Mr. and I o C 01tlen T
Mrs Le.bitsch Hagen. 795 84th &P0nS0r Copa Citv
St.. Miami Beach, will become Bar T>nf '
Mitzvah on Saturday, November CriOrmanCe
National Council of Jewish
Women will sponsor the perform-
ance of "Burlesque" with Jean
Parker and Robert Lowry at Copa
PAGE 7 A
Afrs. Harold Spahn
Cardiac Home Unit
To Sponsor Tea
Miami Chapter of the National
thildren's Cardiac Home will hold
annual membership tea on
uesday. November 14, at 1:30
L.m. in the Melvin Cohen Hall,
K50 Flafiler St.
Jonducted tours will be arranged
take both old and new mem-
ers through the home cottages.
The program will include a
Bshion show and guest speaker.
Mrs Harold Spahn, member-
hip chairman, is in charge of
frangcments. Her aides are the
esdames Harry Hacker, Ben
blden, Henry Green and Harry
trtner.
Jackie Hagen
11, at 9 a.m. at Beth Jacob
Synagogue.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Nautilus School.
The Hagens will be hosts at a
buffet supper in honor of the
young man on Sunday evening
at their home.
Dance Review To Aid
Variety Hospital
A "Dance Travelogue" will be
presented by Mitzi and Marie
Dance Studio on Friday, Novem-
ber 10. at 8:15 p.m. at the Munici-
pal Auditorium.
Proceeds from tjie review,
which will feature 100 pupils be-
tween the ages of three and 15,
are earmarked for the Variety
Children's Hospital.
)r. Blumenthal Conducts Parent
location Workshop at Beach School
PTA of the South Beach
unitary School will conduct
parent education work-
op at the school on Monday,
pvember 13. at 8 p.m., Mrs. Ida
Jie, president, has announced.
der and discussant of the
prkshcp is consulting psycho-
Eist, Dr Seymour M. Blumen-
W, who is a specialist in the
hgnosis and treatment of the
potional problems of both adults
child: en. He was formerly
ofessor of psychology and con-
pling psychologist at the Uni-
irs:ty of Miami.
The parent education workshop
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ducted in the evenings at the
South Beach School at the sug-
gestion of its principal, Mrs.
Malvina W. Liebman.
Workshop themes are November
13, "Understanding Children's
Behavior at Different Ages;"
November 20, "DisciplineWhat
it Means and How to Use it;"
November 27. "Habit Disturbances
in Children."
Films, discussions and written
materials are being used' to give
the maximum of assistance to the
parents in the understanding of
how to help their children attain
a satisfactory overall emotional
adjustment, Dr. Blumenthal said.
Mrs. Irving Kobley
City on Wednesday, November
15. at 8:45 p.m., according to an
announcement by Mrs. Aaron
Farr, president.
Mrs. Irving Kobley and Mrs.
Joseph Fenias, ways and means
chairman, are in charge of the
event.
Proceeds will be used to bring
students from overseas to study
here, particularly child psycho-
logy, nutrition and general re-
habilitation, according to the
chairmen.
The council maintains a home in
Paris, France, for unattached
girls, conducts nursery schools in
Israel and supports the school of
education of Hebrew University.
The local group also awards five
scholarships to students at the
University of Miami.
Personally Speaking
aa S,Tenfr0nVac~tion are Dr' and Mrs- M3 M- Rosenthal.
244 West Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach.
*
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman of Coral Gables recently
returned from a trip to Boston and New York. While in Boston.
Dr. Wickman attended the American College of Surqeons
convention.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rauchbach of New York City arrived
baturday to make Miami their future home. At present they
are living at 2939 Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach. Mr. Rauch-
bach is a brother of Mrs. Leon Lieberman of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Howard DeVorkin, 2928 Coconut Grove Drive,
Coral Gables, announce the birth of a daughter, Michelle
Sandra, on October 25 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The
mother is the former Celia Kenholz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul-L Kenholz, who returned from an extended tour of Europe
and Israel in time to greet their new grandchild.
* *
Visiting relatives in Savannah, Ga., is Mrs. Irving Morton
of West Palm Beach. She was joined last weekend by her
daughter, Phyllis, who is a student at the University of Georgia
* *
West Palm Beachites Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner are in New
, York to attend the wedding of their daughter, Elaine. Also in
' New York for the event is Mr. Gruner's brother, Leon.
*
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff have left for New York
to attend the unveilings in memory of their mothers. While there
the rabbi will attend the chaplaincy convention called by the
Rabbinical Council of America.
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Miami Juniors to
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Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will sponsor a house party at the
home of Rita Ross, 2420 Swanson
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November 12, at 8:30 p.m.
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Proceeds from the affair will go
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expenses of delegates to the con-
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FRIDAY. NQVEMBn,
10.
Miamians Attend
Washington Meet
V .; are attending
the twenty-second annual meet-
ing of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, at the May-
i H tei Washington, D. C.
\ l-ll. it inced
Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
G g< Chertkof and Andrew T.
Miami
Round Table of the national con-
fere D
:: ami delegation I I
.-_ : r.cludes Miss
Mice MacYicar. assistant super-
r.tenden: of schools of Dade
Countv. George Chertkof. co-
,;n of the M:arr.i Round
Table. Malcolm Ross, university
editor. University of Miami, and
Miller A. F. Ritchie, chairman of
the department of human rela-
tions at the university.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
. E: :-.ston. Robert P.
p --, n. Nels n A R ..-.roller.
H-.r.id E Stassen. FU'-pr- J.
Bunche. Arthui H.
Oveta Culp H bby. Spyros P.
- and John L Sul

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Savory Bake Shop
To Hold Open House
An open house on Wednesday.
N tvember 15. will allow patrons
to inspect the facilities and sample
.he products of the new Savory
; Bake Shop at 1684 Alton Road. Mi-
ami Beach. Formal opening is
scheduled for Thursday. Novem-
The bakerv will specialize in the
nest cakes, past ' rolls, according to the new own-
: tnc: operators of Famous
Bakeries.
The excellent quality of our
ducts i? the result of a com-
bination of high quality ingredi-
ents and many years of baking
experience.'" the new owners said,
and we want the Jewish people
of Greater Miami to come in
, Wednesday and be convinced."
Beth El Groups
To Seat Officers
Congregation Beth El and its .
Sisterhood will hold an instaUa-.
Uon banquet on Sunday No-,
' vember 19. at 6 p.m. at the D
August Memorial Hall.
Talks will be given by Rabbi.
Murrav Grauer. Sidney H. Pal-
mer president of the congrega-
tion and Mrs. Jack Snap
sisterhood president. Cantor Jacob
Tambor will sing-
Members of the banquet c
mittee include. Mr. and Mr
Zisman. Mr. and Mrs. Mm
Pepper. Mrs. Sidney H. Palme..
Phil Berkowitz.
Reservations may be made d>
calling 9-3004. 82-1089 and
82-6906.
Ye Olde Sage Program
To Be Heard Weekly
I Cemetery, the program
ure Rabbi SM.Machtei,,'
, of weekly programs ^*~ *"* **h
\ series oi weeisiy iuginij
known as Ye Olde Sage will be ; ** Ye Olde Sage,
launched Sunday. November 12.
from 10:30 to 10:45 a.m. over
Ye Olde Sage, the rabhi
plains wiU not be rel,'1
station WQAM. immediately fol- character. "It will be full^T'
inspiration, humor
lowing the Message of the Air. ; cheer.
To be sponsored by Mount Nebo philosoph>
on your table
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Program to Be Heard
Three Times Weekly
The Jewish Classical Hour will
be heard three times weekly in-
stead of two. according to Di-
rectors Morris Nasatir and Joseph
Birnbaum
The program will be heard from
7:15 p m on Tuesday, from
12 | p.m. on Friday and
12 a a : 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.
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818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beech
Phone 5-3595
Whether You Banli In Person
llr Iti Wail
Ym Tan Saie With Confidence
at the
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BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
N.E. 6tfa Aveoue at 125tfc St.
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MAX H. RODMAN
Certified Public Accountanl
Announces
The Opemng of Hs Office at
311 Lincoln Rocd
Miami Beach. FUtt
Telephone 58-::2'
You are eordially invited to attend
The GALA PREMIERE
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Miami Beach
PAUL
STARTS FRIDAY. NOV. 17th. 2 P.M.
Starring
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DAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1950
kistration For
jult Institute
i Close Nov. 3
Ljstration ;it the Adult In-
I Ji wish Studies will
L on Monday, November 13,
I Izman, director of
Bureau Jewish Education,
fcunml Over eighty students
I .1 Eor courses in
Lew. V d lish, Jewish history
literature.
\io Bpecial courses are fea-
m- 0n M inlays. "The Talmud
[Midni.-h." with Rabbi Murray
licr ;is instructor; on Wednes-
"Giants in Jewish Litera-
, presenting the writings of
Jewish masters from Judah
levy to Sholem Asch. On No-
ter 15, Rabbi Simon April of
hi Hebrew School and Con-
fetion, will discuss Judah L.
on, poet of the Haskalah.
|e Adult Institute of Jewish
lies meets Mondays and Wed-
|ays from 8 to 10 p.m., at the
David Congregation. There
_> tuition fee. The institute is
pored by the Bureau of Jew-
Education and all Jewish
(regations of Miami.
wistration may be made by
Eg 3-5858.
*Jewisli fhridton
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kiiuaries
GERTRUDE REECE
S913 Meridian Ave., paaMd
Lit ii, i home November 2. a
iit to ears, she came here
I N' 'i ;< City, Mm. Reece
two i -. I'aul and Norman,
I iSi-orge Jacobs and a
M:-- S .liii'(>)>s rid N'ovember 6 at tin- Miami
Rivers with Rabbi Joseph
ki't offMatlng. Interment foi-
Iin Ten:; -- Israel Cemetery.
of oSrs 5.Hoa -chamPa9ne lynching and installation
Womin-f n- ? American Jewish Congress, Miami Beach
Women s Division, are (front row. 1. to r.) Mrs. Martin Genet newly
elected president: Mrs. William Loeb. outgoing presfdeni M s
Frank Berger newly elected president; (second row, 1. to r ) M '
S. Berhn. co-chairman of the event; Mrs. Mac Weiner. chairman
ROSA TRAU
If 1574 Nautilua Drive, a resident
lor eleven yean, passed awav
I Ira. Mrs. Trail came to Miami
Rockvlii,- Cuter, Long- Island
liun ied i j her husband Qui
p. David, and two grandchildren.
Its cere h,-lil on November .", at
Miami H.-ach Riverside with
Irvine I,( hrtnan and Moshay
kn officiating;. The remains were
few lorll city for Interment.
ANNA RAUBFOGEL
' Michigan Ave., passed away
*er 30 m a local hospital. Her
JtlRtlvi- in this area was her
Ihw. Abraham Belsky. Beach
lal Chapel was in charge of ar-
"Bts. Inteiment took place In
I Cemetery.
RUTH A FENSTER
Wjnt hen for 3 years, residing
VW: 5th St., Mrs. Fenster
b*lv,,n l lo<'al hospital. She
m by her husband, J. J
W.ot Miami. Tlie remains were
IH.-M New York for Herv|CCB
ftrmoni by the Heach Memorial
IMRS. ANNA KUTZEN
m; pns.,.,i ,,wv (1,-tober 27
Vtm,. b?B8 is wrvlved by
R,.',., ''"'"'c of Miami
J,M.\ '' Levy of Bacra-
I-'!1' d Mrs. Eugene i-M.-l-
Mlsn Reach. Mis. Kutaen,
,' ''< betroit, Mich., were a
l. many years and
1 ice here las) De-
well known ror
f rnmunal work I,. De-
\ were held at
"'' hi.....I on October 29.
Ilea<-li AeIC Unit
To Seat Leaders
To inaugurate the two new
chapters of the American Jewish
Congress, Miami Beach Women's
Division, a champagne launching
and installation officers will be
held at the Sorrento Hotel on
Thursday, November 16, at 1230
p.m.
Presidents to be installed are
Mrs. Frank Berger and Mrs. Mar-
tin Genet. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
will be guest speaker.
Reservations may be made by
calling the chairman of the affair,
Mrs. Mac Weiner, 86-3596, or co-
chairman, Mrs. S. Berlin, 86-4379.
Flagler-Granada
Unit Plans Party
Women's Activities Group of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold a card
party on Saturday. November 18,
at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Albert Kowalsky
is chairman of the event.
The group is making plans for
a series of monthly luntheons to
begin in December.
Mrs. Albert Altman, chairman
of the unit's sewing committee,
has given out material and in-
structions for items for the or-
ganization's forthcoming bazaar.
Anyone desiring material or in-
formation is asked to call Mrs.
Altman or Mrs. Ben Clein.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKX that
theunderaiffned.....siring to enntein
ramST u"!'"'' "'" "cOtloMi Sum o"
RAMOS and h|s RUMBBROa ,.,,,,,
J,,,,,i '\venue. Miami Beach, Florida,
..ten Ks to register said name with
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HAROLD KANE
Sole Owner
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTI.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
p. K. IJquors at 642 N\ W. 3rd Avenue,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FLORENCE SCHWARTZ
Sole owner
11/10-17-24 12/1
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REFUSE SUBSTITUTES
Y&mfWMJjT?,
M^^appeM^emM
v HEALTH'
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,nat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
stepi.ght l.i.i.i.-i Co., and Louisville
I-adder and Scaffold Co., at 5705 N W
7th Avenue. Miami, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
I lot-Ida.
MAX GRANT
11/10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SI NNY ISLE MOTEL at 16525 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
t.> register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Com t of Dude County.
Florida.
CHARON, INC. of MIAMI BEACH
By; Maurice s. Levinson
President.
11/10-17-24 12/1
SMASHING LOW PRICES
ON FISHING TACKLE
HAROWARE-PAINTS-GUNS-AMMUNfTION-APPLIANCES
THI TOWIR TIKI CO. SELLS MORI FISHING TACKLI THAN
ANY STOM OP ITS KIND IN FLORIDA.
If Yee Psa'r Bay frost Tewer res Pay Nearly TwUe At Mscfc
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250 Yd. REEL Hearr Duty
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YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD
AND CLOTHING DON
1ND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS!
T LET THEM DOWN!
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Shipping Charges
incl. duties
ONLY
OO^ per
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This price in-
cludes all taxes
and duties.
Your Relative
pays nothing
in Israel.
No Extras
FOR FAMILY
[ARCELS CAN WEIGH
UP TO 70 LBS.
fD NET WEIGHT. .55 LBS.
.HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND_
FOR A FAMILY
13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8
lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk;
8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegeta-
bles; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake
and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas.
Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit;
8 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs.
Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea;
2 lbs. Spices.
SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF!
CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL!
n'P to Israel .,. ..i .....^_____...... .....
FOR FAST DELIVERY
BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES
FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS
Family Kosher Food Parcels
PARCEL 17 19 lb.............$11.75
4 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Butter
1 lb. Oil
',b lb. Egg
PARCEL 19 Jf5 lb.............$18.75
1 can Sardines
4 oz. Tea
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
2 pkg. Noodle Soup
2 lb. Sugar
Powder (18 eggs)
6 lb Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Margarine
2 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
4 oz. Tea
16 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mix
It lb. Egg Powder
in Time for CHANUKAH
PARCEL 16 25 lb.............$12.75
? lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Oil
2 lb. Sugar
2 lb. Lima Beans
Z lb Barley
M lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 18-|5 a.............$12.50
6 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Dried Fruit
1 can Salmon
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle Soup
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheese
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Farr Tours
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Inquire at the
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Roney Plaza
2315 Collins Avenue
Tel. 5-5327 5-5328
Uptown Office
6638 Collins Avenue
Tel 88-1472
New ... all five 1951 Westing-
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no red tape.
Inquire at the
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CIGARETTES and SOAP
200 Cigarettes incl. duties tCt ftc
and delivery 3T.y3
6 tar. fancy face 5399
200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face
soap, inclusive duties and de-
liveries by Air-
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$14.95


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Walters Specializes
In Immigration Law
David W. Walters announces
his association with the law firm
of De Costas. Maer and Floyd
with offices at 607-608 Biscayne
Affiliated with the U. S. De-
partment of Justice Immigration
and Naturalization for 11 years.
Walter was chief examiner to:
the Southeast United States until
his resignation in October of this
year. He began his career in the
immigration service as an in-
vestigator in New York and
worked in a number of cities,
including Cleveland. Youngstown.
El Paso and Buffalo.
A native of Cleveland. Walteis
has maintained a home here for
the past 18 years. He attended
Baldwin Wallace College. Cleve-
land and the Cleveland Law
School and graduated from the
University of Miami Law School.
He served as a member of the
Army Counter Intelligence Corps
for three years.
Walters will specialize in lea-
eral administrative practices, par-
ticularly in immigration law.
The former immigration man
is married and the father of a
seven-year-old daughter. He re-
sides with his family at 6266 S.W.
11th St.
Critic Enjoys Play
Before a packed-to-overflowing
house Monday night Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood presented its
annual stage production, this year
at the Miami Beach Senior High
School. The perenially popular
i i nedy, "The Man Who Came to
Dinner" was the vehicle selected
by the organization.
'Lillian Fox's direction is espe-
cially noteworthy, since she gal-
vanized the performances of pro-
fessional, semi-professional and
ateur actors into a smooth.
beautifully integrated whole.
LEGAL NOTICE_____
SSKNeSi-SSS-
. -~*.lntFO Will ___
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .....
IN THE fllM-TIT COJRT OF THE
. iK pi.' >RIDA, IN AND I'' 'R I.'AIJK
. f)l STY. IN CHANTER*. No.
CHAIM h-::-si:i. rjRVSKY. P
tiff vx tii.i.v iiRI'KKY, U( fendnnt.
TO TH.I.Y (SRfSKY,
:,.-, Beilforri Ave.,
Brookl; n, N< fork
V..u .. P>,'
to the Bill of i iimp
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and to file the orli ..-.
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B'nai B'rith Unit Adopts
Name Of Flamingo Lodge
The new B'nai B'rith lodge in
the Hialeah-Miami Springs area
has officially adpoted the name
of Flamingo Lodge.
Election of permanent officers
will be held on Wednesday eve-
ning. November 15, at 8:30 p.m.
at the offices of Dr. Lester Gor-
idon. 407 Hialeah Drive. A film
will be shown by the Anti-Dt-
famation League and final charter
memberships will be received b>
the membership chairman, D..
i Nathan Friedman.
Temporary president, Ben
.Bloom, has extended an invita-
tion to all men interested in join-
ing B'nai B'rith. especially resi-
dents of Hialeah. Miami Springs
Opa Locka :.nd the North West
section of Greater Miami. The
group meets the first and thud
Wednesday evening of each
month.
\ Young Judaea conclave will
beheld rt Camp Kendall during
?ne Thanksgiving weekend No
vember 24-26. Cantor S
Kelemer. chairman of the uriau-i
studv tour in Israel. Her topic i
will be "The Influence of Israel
*n Jewish Life in America.
Snorting .events, as well as a
folk dance contest and stunt
1 night, are among other activities
m^lo^tKt^thenof
V^-The^Role in. Creative
American Jewish Community
Reservations for the meet may
be made by calling 5-4643.
TCRS To Meet Monday
A meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the Jewish Consump-
tive Relief Society will be held
Monday. November 13, at the Mi-
amian Restaurant.
In observance of Jewish Book
Month. Abraham Lev.tan will re-
view a book of Jewish Merest.
conquest, will be reviewed by
Homecoming Planned
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will open its
season's activities wit^^hom^-
NaThan Bookspan, Jewish Nation Brown. Group isers, M^l
Vl Fund chairman, on Monday, iKatzand Mrs. Lenore Curtice*!
November 13. at Kneseth Israel, | assisting wah arrangements 2|
According to an announcement by Estelle Nager is chairman of PX|
Mrs Lena Mintzes. president. licity.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBTO in, J
B'nai B'rith Youth Unit
Will Sponsor Barbecue
A membership barbecue nul
will be sponsored by Star nT*
ter. B'nai B'nth Young wS
on Wednesday November v1
8 p.m., at the home ot Mi*
Optner. 2353 S.W. 24th Ter-
Chairman of the affair is'rw,
Brown. Group advisers, M--r
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foiiiitt- People To
ptn*or Dance
jmp|e Isaiah Young People's!
igue ..v-ll hold i's first dance I
'. ; ,,n Sunday. Novem-
j2 u 8:30 P-m. at the Sor-
]. according to an an-
il ,i by Sy Lippman,
Porkin on plans for the affair
Samuels, arrange-
f i'i ii, publicity; Mar-
:i. hments; Nat
nent; Alfred
Irnie Newman, hos-
I
II be Bobbie De-
j Ell, Elaine Schwartz
| ler.
I who are paid-up
tted free. Anyon-
cket is entitled to
L in the club.
I
lath Haven Opening
For Late November
sy making preparations for
nber opening of the
ii.i Haven Hotel, Collins Ave.
4th St., Miami Beach, is
Iran h tel operator, Nathan
burg.
Impletely renovated and re-
[ hotel contains 100
Is and baths, 150 feet of
ii h, spacious lobbies.
a canopied open tor-
sun Ii ks, solaria and a
p emises.
I hotel dining room
lonly restaurant in the area j
i has thi i ndorsement of the
of Orthodox Congrega- I
The dining room will cater j
fcnqucts. weddings and Bar I
tahs. the new owner said. k'
tre will be planned enter-
pent foi hotel guests every:
kcepting the Sabbath, Gins- !
stated,
fJewist thrMtar)
LEGAL NOTICES
PAGE 11 A
l';'ll' A IN CHANCERY, No
SAV\rAJZ>, """. vs.
To i-'e\-sA/ "';""' til
" ANK KATZ, defendant.
, VllNWl n (hi Hill nf
wu'tfiI ,
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it. ii. men rn
17-21 12 I ""i""'' '
LEGAL NOTICE
Alfred Stone is acting chairman
of the Greater Miami UIT Com-
mittee in the absence of Dr. Louis
Lytton. The committee tendered
a reception Sunday afternoon in
honor of Dr. Bowman Ashe, presi-
dent of the University of Miami,
who has accepted the honorary
chairmanship of the local unit.
Prof. Albert Einstein is president
of the national committee, which
is supporting the Hebrew Uni-
versity, Weizmann Institute of
Science and Technion. Local
headquarters are at the Black-
stone Hotel.
lark Anniversary
Detroit Social Club will
fate its first anniversary on
day. November 11, at 8 p.m.
i Town and Beach Club, 1
(in Road, Miami Beach, it
een announced by Rose
port, secretary.
fining had a newspaper in
(fore it became a territory.
Prof. Hirsch Speaks
Prof. Sam Hirsch of the Uni-
versity of Miami drama depart-
ment spoke on "The Social Drama
of Today" at a meeting of the
Miami Young Zionists (Masada)
on Thursday. November 9, at the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
Highlight of the meeting was
the presentation of an "Ideal
Man" award to Marty Eig by
Reema Jackson, social chairman
of the Clara Hirsh Landau Chap-
tcr.of B'nai B'rith Young Women.
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The New
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Re-Opening November 16th
Under New Management
584 Alton Road Phone 58-0136
|Open HouseXovombor 15th
The Public
i Cordially Invited to Attend
We will carry the finest
in
istries, Cakes, Bread, Rolls & Chalos
Specializing in Danish Pastries
Jade with pure butter and the finest of ingredients J
yatch For Our Week-End Specials ?
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IV TmTni.1M^PUBUCATI0N
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ELEVENTH .irhK'H |-.'|'V
NTY. i.n CHANCERY, No,
"?i'rX-,n!IVS' PWntlff. vs.
LEE SHINS, I r.i..|;,iir.
.,.,, ., SI,IT I'1": DIVORCE
l'>: Mis. I.,,. Shins
< Shapiro
221 South 15th Street
Allentown, Pennsylvania
th,;"1', Vti'n Sf'rf" '"," h-'-'l'V notified
s i'. ,,}.., ","1'1'""1 'or Divorce
lv ,,'",' a*alB< you, and you
are required to serve a copy ,,, v.,ur
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
"'" '" ii,,. plaintiff* ah.......
C ii. Oans, 346 Seybold BuUdlng,
Miami, I lorlda. and rile the ururlna
;V'T'.'' ;' Pl",dln '" '......rrice of
the i lerk ol the Circuit Court on or
';,-'',".."' ::"", lay of Novi
hi? A I."" u" '" ''" -'" Judgment
" a-rault will be ta^en again*" you
roi the relief demanded in the Kill of
i omplnint.
This notice shall be published once
1',''"'.,'.,"",'' ''". 'Si"" >neeutlva weeks
In I he Jewish PIoi Idian.
. I"i.\i: AND ORDERED at Miami,
I H'.iulii, this SOth day of October, A D.
, B. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
. "'''"' '.....' Dade County, Florida.
n Ircult Coui i Seal i
By WM. w. STOCKING,
JOSEPH ... OANZ DePWy C'erk'
Attoi ii. y for Plaintiff
11/8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the Fictitious name of
AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at
in x. K. 8th Street, Miami, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
lerk of th.' Circuit Court of Dade
Count?, Florida.
U W.I'll BIRSCH
MAURICE BIRSCH
11/8-10-17-24 12 I
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
v...... .,F PARTNERSHIP
.Mil ii b is hereby given tint
INQ OREENBERQ, who formerly don-
au ted .i ro-partnershlp under the firm
??."?'"KSKRAX HARDWARE Co"
1611-81 N.W. 36th Street. Miami, have
',' their partnership, and thai
the said business will hereinafter be
""'ducted I) |,y IRVINU tlHKKN.
on rom-ei
VVi-i' ,', '
1 '''' I u lih
d
r an] di arising out n \
ni'l that tin said IHVINii
ISREENIIERO hereb
111 lits n
..I hj th
I Mi-
ni the JEWISH I'M.i IRIDIAN
"HON AH 1.1.Kit
v';"' Ueneiul 1 lardwai Co.
!l I Mm "In Road, Mlnml Bi ach, Fla.
3 -1 'i
NOTICr BV PUBLICATION
IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT I iK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRt'UIT
OF FLORIDA, IN \ND I OK DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
8,17.1.
BIAOIO SAVIANO. Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPHINE SAVIANO, Defendant
TO: JOSEPHINE SAVIANO,
106 Avenue L",
Brooklyn, New York
You are required i" serve .1 copy
of your answer to the l:lll .>f Com-
plnlnl 1..i- Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
nnsei In the office of the 1 "
the Circuit C.....1 on or before the
8 day -if December, A.D ISiO; other-
1 1 le Kill 'if Complaint for Dlvn re
heretofore Died herein, will be taken
.-is 1 onfei si ii i,\ you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
7 day of Nov.,
!:. I'. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "f the Circuit Court
1 >ade 1 mil\, Florida.
(Circuit Court Scnl)
By: WM. W STOCKINO,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
i"-;i Seyl.....1 Bldg., Miami, Fla.
11 10-17-24 It 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOTEL .MiiRitis at 1(90 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida, iuti-mls t register said name with the Clerk of
Hi.- Circuit ('unit ,,f Dailf Countv,
Florida.
/s/ MORRIS WACHHOLDER
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Attorneys for Applicant
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lliBxuvjislbJElliDididljiaunFrank Go,dman To Speak
|Mfc7 lT%V~lrS7'll I II CS^ir~ll XJI II T3LII I B'nai B'rith leaders from twenty of the U. S. National Organiza-
"^5rIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1950
SEC. B
Myers' Mission To Israel
.1.- ihi> p'lll'T spent an oveninsr nt tlip home of Mr. nml Mrs.
i: Mvera. As might !>< expected, conversation eventually
',r'''v 'i ,." i/lr. 'Myers' recent mission to Israel, where, as national
Ifvitatea council oi Jswhrti Federations and Welfare Funds, he
in laal niontli"s hlstory-makiiiK conferences between American
irtWl'* ,I ipaders Apprised of the fad thai during hli absence Mr.
"' '"''.'.' voluminous letters to his family, chronicling the emir.- Journey,
,. _.g might take s peek at some of this correspondence. We
..n '
t. My"
', ir In '
-
Letters'so"ontert4nin8 n'"1 Informative, so shrewdly perceptive,
..eminently readable, that we couldn't resist asking for per-
renrlnt them. After considerable persuasion Mr. Myers
onsented to share them with the world. Bo here they are
down-to-earth, candid, inimitable record of an Important
, wish history. This is the last of a series of three groups of
i... Editor,
Paris, France i hotel on the sea. reminding me
September 11, 1950 I of the Sea Isle Hotel on a smaller
lodges in the state of Florida are
expected to arrive in Miami Beach
to participate in the colorful
ceremonies honoring Frank Gold-
man, international president of
B'nai B'rith, on Sunday, Novem-
ber 12, at 7 p.m. at the Sherry
Frontenac Hotel.
Honorary chairman of the testi-
monial banquet js Joseph M.
Lipton. Goldman, who is making
his first public appearance in
South Florida, will deliver a
Monday-Noon
the blue Mediter-
ver --
inging our way towaid
.'." I el lies to our cast a
mixed throughts and
For more than two
"' i have been lying with
Bed .... thinking, evaluating.
balancing the many
^ we have seen and heard.
\' en on the move since
Mining with hardly a
St. Yesterday after-
jn at -l p.m.. we wound UP our
,1 dashed off to do
_, shopping. There has been
tjme to write and telephoning
! been impossible. It takes six
l0urs to complete a call
i\ve';i' never in one place long
uh for that.
[ nference closed Wednes-
v at a banquet given for
leans by the govern-
nt. The air was charged with
ma and excitement. Sharet,
,f Foreign Affairs,
main address, was
The Prime Minister
ributi .1 tokens of the occa-
,phed copies of Is-
1.nation of Independ-
ent- plaques contain-
ing seal of Israel and the
We left the banquet hall
eling that whatever the
we had participated in
rery historic and important
ins
y morning, we were up
itir Jerusalem.
e just passing over the
land of Crete and off to our
-hoie line of Greece.)
I the- Council's School
' tion (Council of Jewish
the Medical School; I
,\v the nattleground of the siege
the old sections and
with the contrasts of
i.i ni and modern architecture
id customs, the holy places. My
I hope, will give you
story better than 1 can de-
ibc it here.
iday: Tel Aviv is Miami
ach. Rockaway and Atlantic
y: it is not Israel. The buildings
rid modern, 300,000 Jews
amble for a living, always
a lun ry, The shops are crowd-
: the taxi horns blow. The
jxture of Oriental and European
dress and neighborhoods is not
to digest. Our room over-
ked the sea. Below us was an
itdoor cafe. American music
ayed until midnight and the
Israel danced the fox-
the rumba, and even jitter-
Rgcd. Early Friday, we paid
P respects to the American
bassador. Since McDonald has
uned to the U.S., we were
eettd by his assistant, Ford. Our
it was worthwhile. He was
cniendously interested in the
inference and had some
Toneous impressions of its con-
usions \^iich we helped to Cor-
el He met later with Israeli's
inister of Foreign Affairs.
"let. for the same purpose. Our
mments, however, I believe,
ere asserted as American ob-
rvations and perhaps carried
>th them as a more objective
'alysis of the proceedings.
We resumed our tour continu-
[>g northerly. We lunched at the
naron Hotel about thirty miles
th of Tel Aviv. A large modern
scale. Excellent French cuisine;
tourists relaxing in the sun gar-
dens and on the beach. Then to
Nathanyah. a model small city
built on the sand dunes on the
shores of the Mediterranean
founded about seventeen years
ago. Near this town is a youth
camp where four or five thousand
children, mostly Yemenites, are
being oriented. These are the
children who came with their
parents less than six months ago.
They live in barracks of an aban-
doned army camp, clean as can
be, and well supervisedhappy
and self-sufficient, each group,
with its one-half acre of ground ; significant address regarding the
to cultivate, proud of their ac- i results of his recent conference
complishments. Looking into their : with government officials and
eyes, seeing their tanned healthy B'nai B'rith leaders in Israel, ac-
bodies made one gulp when it is f cording to Jerome Weinkle, chair-
romembered what their condition man.
was when they arrived. Heading the delegation from
We continued north, driving' other Florida lodges will be
through fertile well cultivated Frank Kleinfeld of I Petersbur
valleys dotted with settlements of
all kindssmall villages, co-op
settlements, Kibbutzimthe sec-
tion of the country settled many
years ago. the soil reclaimed from
swampland; orange groves, farms.
reminding one of central Florida
or any midwest agricultural state.
Then we arrived at Haifa, truly
a gem! Reminded me so much of
San Francisco; it is the port of
tions on the United Nations.
E. Albert Pallot, ticket cha -
man, has announced that banqu' t
tickets may be secured at the
B'nai B'rith offices.
An informal reception in Gold-
man's honor will be held Saturday
from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the
Sherry Frontenac Hotel. The
public is invited to meet the
leader of the country's oldest
JeWish Service organization at
that time.
(Continued on Page 4 B)
Edward I. Cutler of Tampa and
Daniel Danart of Ft. Lauderdale.
Goldman is chairman of the
United Palestine Appeal and a
member of the board of governors
of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. He is co-chairman of
the coordinating Board of J
Organizations for Consul'
with the Economic and Social
Council of the United Nations and
a member of the executive com-
mittee of the Conference Group
Frank Goldman
In The Sub-Tropics...
orkshop Will Present
lory Of Wendell Wilkie
'The Story of Wendell Wilkie"
Nl be dramatized by radio
orkshop for Democracy on Sun-
; v X \a-mber 12, at 7:45 p.m.
|v" station WMIE.
, included in the cast are Bob
dewier, Robert Baron, M. J.
"liner, Bill Rogers, Dave King,
''J.Knoblock and Lowell Thing.
uik Gertrude Marx is director,
'tn Steve Kessler as musical
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""PAY, NQVEMl>pq
Co-Operative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Mr. Uebmatl, member of the Now York Bar Association, will soon
K-cin his law practice in this area. Former director <>l the economic
commission o( the Zionist Organisation, he has written and lectured
extensively on Israel .i>i! Zionism, He is a member of the national hoard of
the United Synagogue of America and Is a member of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Mr. Llebman is program chairman of the .Miami Heach
Zionist District.THE EDITOR.
Agricultural colonies were
started in Palestine with the first
Aliyah in the 1880's and with
the arrival of the Biluim, mem-
bers of Chovevi Zion (Lovers of
Zion) from East Europe. Many of
the early settlements came to an
abortive end due to lack of train-
ing of the settlers, malarial con-
ditions and other factors of hard-
ship. Idealism was not sufficient
as a tool, nor was it a badge of
safety or a talisman to ward off
misfortune.
The Jewish National Fund came
into being in 1901. It and the
Palestine Foundation Fund
(Keren Hayesod) began to supply
land, tools and agronomists (pro-
fessional agriculturists) who acted
as supervisors and received fixed
salaries. The members of the
Settlements were to receive a
wage to be charged against their
share of the communal profits.
The kvutza as a cooperative
form of living or society did not
come into being as a pre-planned
Utopian end or as the realization
df an ideal. As H. F. Infield states.
"It was not the consequence of
any preconceived idea." The early
colonists found that individual
farming was must difficult, if not
sible. 'That is still true to-
For the most part, 01 ange
u ultural
pi eel perated by
individual fai mei s. I
In 1901. in a colony in Kinnc-
the Jordon River, a
. >i ime of the
hi jhl and the
When they could not
foi esignati in, they i, it
en masse an I
known \. be-
equently spill
ind the i iy took
the name Dagania B) Dagaina is
called the moth, r of the kvutzat.
Originally the pioneers didn't
conceive of abandoning private
property. Their aim was to pool
heir efforts and divide the
profits. They soon realized that
individual profits from farming
COUld only l an academic term
for the first few years. They had
to re-invest in the soil, new
machinery had to be bought, re-
pairs to buildings were needed
and new barns built. The colon-
therefore. made a virtue of
necessity and decided that private
ownership be eliminated from
within the settlement.
Men such as Bussel and Gordon,
who were socialists in Russia, be-
gan to indoctrinate the member-
ship with their philosophy. As
years went by and the colony
prospered, people began to realize
that money was only a means to
an end and not an end in itself.
At the annual meeting of all
members, the gezba (treasurer i
would read his report. First would
I come the decision as to what the
commune needed. Then the people
decided what they wanted for
themselves. If the decision was to
buy some luxury (as it was in
some colonies in the last few
years when they voted to buy
radios) then these were bought.
If one's desires were fulfilled
then individual ownership of
money became unimportant. This
factor is highly significant be-
cause members of the kvutza do
not pay taxes. The effect of this
upon the geonomy of the entire
country will be discussed in a
later article.
I have seen the beauty of
Dagania and it is truly beyond
compare. The bleakness and
desolation of forty years ago have
been replaced by modern concrete
buildings, green fields, lush
flower beds and smiling, beam-
ing, healthy children and an over-
all serenity which belies the
privations and unbelievable hard-
ships of the founders.
How does one become a mem-
ber of a kvutza? Application must
be made and if approved, per-
mission is granted to join for a
period of novitiate, from six
months to a year. At the end of
this time another vote is taken
and then one may become a full
fledged member. The new mem-
ber cannot own any property or
possess any private income. There
must be a renunciation of one's
wealth or the turning over of it
to the colony treasury. There is
no refund if one should decide to
leave in later years.
The primary adjustment of the
novitiate is mental and requires
a re-orientation of the ego. One
must no longer think "I," but
rather "we." I have seen this
process carried by those going
through hachshara (training) in
the Plugot Aliyah camp at Wap-
pinger Falls. N. Y. Many drop out
because of their inability to adjust
themselves -sociologically. I dis-
agree with the late Daniel Frisch
who said that hachshara should
be curtailed in this country. Many
cease desiring to be chaverim
after they get to Israel. It is im-
perative that as many as possible
to weeded out before they leave
here.
To some, a kvutza is a means
of escape from responsibility. A
kvutza satisfies man's three pri-
mary physical requirements: food,
clothing and shelter. As long as
one is a member he will receive
the same quality and quantity of
each of these as other members
of the same colony.
Each member knows that as
long as he docs his assigned work
of the quality and tempo set by
the group he will not only have
his primary needs fulfilled but
will be cared for when he is ill,
will have a vacation (usually of
two weeks) and will suffer no
individual economic or financial
crises as long as he lives. His
ability to work will be his pri-
mary asset. He need not be con-
cerned with work problems. (I
was surprised to learn how little
interest there is in world prob-
lems and international affairs
when I interviewed chaverim in
194fl. In fact, even the newspapers
only stress such news as affects
Israel.) An introvert finds living
in a kvutza very difficult. Most
things are done in groupsall eat,
work, discuss and review common
problems together. Only group
problems are important, not those
of the individual.
The stultification of personal
ambitions and the repression of
individuality is a natural conse-
quence. The inherent need for
personal achievement and recogn-
ition thereof is probably the
North ShorelSr
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Beach Councilman,,
The Women's Chapter 0i-
Shore. B'nai B'nth will S
the men in sponsorshfeJ?"1*fl
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Lazarus Chapter," Busing
Professional Women. B'naTL
at the Sorrento Hotel WednM
evening, November 22, it h^
announced by Miriam Gold
president.
Deana Abrashkin, chainw,
being assisted by Florence Goia
man, Mollie Breskin.TiDaRs3
Ethel Pont. Lillian Ticket (3
Simmons, Belle Small and r*J
Tieger.
greatest factor in the largetal
over and exodus from thekvuaj
(The next article will 9
this further and take up ckij
rearing and family life.)
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ach Ordinance Banning Discriminatory
qns Cited In Report To UN Official
9 ... onarh ordinance or any religion, race or er<
exarriple of
field of human
ted !
by
Beach ordinance
fiSritin* discriminatory signs
""Etising has been cited to
Secretary General of
Kited Nations as a,
f,?in the United States, it has
*h,S 5.2 osed by Gilbert J.
% director of the Florida
A office, Anti-Defamat.on
made effective was included
RhSport to the U.N. Secretary
Loral bv Ambassador Warren
"Still. United States repre-
* lVl. to the United Nations
ffi. reprt dStaUed !e
erous actions taken in the
n 1949 by the leg-
..,Vl. ind judicial arms of the
L-il state and municipal gov-
I^ents. His report covers ques-
n< ,,i economic and social, as
" rights.
any r
places of
resort or
Beach."
gion, race or creed in
public accommodation,
amusement in Miami
Gables Women
4ivi Schools
llookrovors
As a phase ol Its Anil-Defama-
tion League program, Coral
Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women is presenting 4,000 book-
covers, depicting the heroic sacri-
fice of the four chaplains aboard
the USS Dorchester during World
War II, to Coral Gables Elemen-
tary School and Auburndale
School on Friday, November 10.
Presentation to the Gables
school will be held at 10 a.m. and
at the Auburndale School at 2
p.m.
Mrs. Esther Swartz, Anti-De-
famation League chairman, is in
charge of arrangements for the
presentation programs, in cooper-
ation with Gilbert J. Balkin. di-
rector, Florida regional office,
Anti-Defamation League of B"nai
B'rith.
as 1'ivi.
mi Beach ordinance
llowing the passage
1 enabling act specifi-
irizing the measure by
1949 session of the Florida
jislature.
the Miami Beach ordinance, Tropical Lodge Plans
tin's report stated: "The state T... .
jlorida enacted legislation uu: Hlllel HOUSe Party
rising the authorities of Miami : A ..H11]o, House partv will be
prohibit the publication sponsored by Tropical Lodge,
ition of literature lend- g.nai B.,.ith> on Monday, Novem-
ber 13, at 8 p.m. at the Hillel
Foundation. 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables, it has been
lodge president.
U:
to discriminate
teriminate against
Biscayne Track To
Open November 14
Schooling of the 600 greyhounds
at the Biscayne Kennel Club
which opens its 35 day race meet-
ing November 14, got underway
Monday night.
Never before in the history of
the track has Biscayne had such
an outstanding array of grey-
hounds, according to Comptroller
Frank Burghart. who predicts
that the track will experience its
greatest season.
Official family this year will
be practically the same as last
year. Bill Moore will again be
the presiding judge: Tom Hogan,
associate judge; Leo Hartwell,
racing secretary; W. A. Fleming
and E. C. Green, chartmen; A. V.
Ellis, paddock judge; Anthony
Adams, scale clerk and timer; S.
V. Ramsey, veterinarian; E. Mob-
ley, kennel master; G. A. Powell,
track superintendent and starter;
Wally Henderson, patrol judge;
Bill Powers, publicity director.
Bob Knight, is president of Bis-
cayne, Ben Costello, mutuel man-
ager and Joe Adams, managing
director.
Schooling races begin at 7:30
o'clock and the public is invited.
Admission is free. When the of-
ficial races begin November 14
the first race goes to the post
at 8:15 o'clock. Biscayne will be
the only greyhound track in op-
eration during the balance of
1950.
Special Board Meeting
A special board meeting of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center has i president.
been called for Monday, Novem-
ber 13, at 8:15 p.m. in the center
dining room by Harry Sirkin,
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each C mmunity Concert Scries
Party hosts were com-
ijttee tx ra Mr. and Mrs.
falter Kovner, Dr. David Pren-
[y. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo
fcberman.
, program included Violinist
erita Rubenstein, of the Dallas
ymphony Orchestra, accom-
initri at the piano by Inna
Ublova Goodman. Kappa Van-
erost. internationally known
(ianist. presented Chopin's Etudes
Singer Marco Rosales, ac-
Snpanying himself on his guitar,
tffered a group of South Ameri-
Bn folk songs. Footnotes were
upplicd by his wife, Sylvia.
The party, which took place at
915 Rue Versailles Drive, was
of a series of social-musical
tents highlighting the Miami
I Community Concert Series
i ns December 14 at the
Piami Beach Municipal Audi-
brium.
announced by
Sam Kessler.
Dr. Donald D. Michelson. di-
rector of the foundation, will ad-
dress the group, and A. Budd
Cutler, past president of the
lodge, will greet the students on
behalf of the organization.
Louis Rosenberg, chairman of
the affair, has announced that
dancing and refreshments will
follow Dr. Michelson's talk.
JWV Post, Auxiliary To
Sponsor Card Party
Norman Bruce Brown Post,
Jewish War Veterans, and its
auxiliary will hold a card party
on Sunday, November 12, at 8
p.m. at Beth El.
Proceeds from the affair are ear-
marked for gifts to be presented
to patients at Pratt Hospital at
the holiday party to be given at
the hospital by all veterans or-
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November 13, at 1 p.m. Mrs. Ida
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monthly meeting on Wednesday,
November 15, at 1 p.m. at Beth El.
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JTtTOAY^joVEMBB,
Myers' Mission To Israel
i?
(Continued from Page 1 B)
Israel, perched up on the hills
surrounding Haifa Bayclean
and modern, containing, however,
enough of the old to remind one
of the past. This ended our day.
Saturday, we turned east
through Emek Valley, a fertile
plainthen through the moun-
tains to Tiberius and the Sea of
Galilee. How can I describe the
scenic wonders? It was more
breathtaking because it was so
unexpected. The drive from
Greenville to Hendersonville to
through the Adirondacks can not
compare. The sea is located 600
feet below sea levelan acient
warm spring, the walls of the
Roman baths still standing, ap-
proached over a chain of moun-
tains that rise majestically 2500
feetthe road winding and twist-
ing, falling and rising, olive groves
and settlements, mosques and re-
ligious shrinesso many scenes
that I was out of the car every
minute or two taking pictures. It
is strange that the people who
have visited Israel have not told
us of these things.
From Tiberius, we went to
Safed, a city perched in the hill*.
2000 years old formerly Arab
but now Jewishancientevent-
ually to be rebuilt and modern-
ized but now struggling in the
grasp of an unsettled economy.
Then we went down the moun-
tains turning west again toward
the sea, approaching the fertile
vallevs and reaching the city of
Acre late in the afternoon. Built
bv the Crusaders as a defense
position, it still contains the old
fort and crumbling walls, oc-
cupied by the Arabs, it also con-
tains typical Arab buildings built
from native stone, along narrow
streetshere one could see again
Palestine, during the 5th to 10th
centuries'then back to Haifa for
dinner and a night's rest. Phil
had Yahrzeit and I accompanied
him to Shule. As you know, there
are only orthodox synagogues in
Israel. It was no different than
any orthodox synagogue on the
west side of New York City. We
had to describe who we were and
where we came from"Sholem
Americanos!"
!
hi!
I; I

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return from the parley.
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meet two boats arriving in the
harbor bringing 2700 immigrants.
Of course, being V.I.P.'s, we were
escorted through the gates and
permitted on board where we
interviewed a group of Rou-
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native country in fear that soon
the iron curtain would close be-
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versation with the Hebrew teach-
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the soil of Israel, of the old folks
who thought we were JDC people
and who blessed us but couldn't
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and I wanted to take each one
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him and say, .i^3"^
belong." Bepa,let,it,
Then back t0 Tel a
we lunched wi,h Foref;;>
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*'JewI si)ihrkHan
t. Sinai Women Map Campaign To Secure
onations For Hospital Blood Bank
PAGE 5 B
jreiiminary plans for an ali-
bi drive to inte^est^ women s
bating blood were made by the
Greater
iod were ;
Auxiliary
lomen-s ttmumM of Mount
ai Hospital at a brunch meet-
Thursday at the hospital. In-
|fed yuests were delegates from
!ch f the women's service or-
Inizations in Greater Miami.
ITho blood bank needs of Mount
ai hospital were discussed, and
,ch delegate was asked to return
I her group and organize a blood
ink committee to handle dona-
ns of blood for that group,
"hairman of the women's di-
Cion of the blood bank is Mrs.
lrl Weinkle, with Mrs. Abe
llosko as vice chairman. Com-
ittee members include Miss
Ije Schwabe and the Mesdames
ck Landau, Harry Markowitz,
on J. Ell. Aaron Reder, Harry
ufman, Harry Gordon. Samuel
Ijes, Louis Krensky and Ran-
Gph Shevach.
)r, Marcus B. Cirlin, chairman
i mt Sinai Hospital Blood
nl; irmed the delegates that
ions could build up
i blood at the hospital,
draw on it at any time.
in addition to the
Lpji ies for blood donors,
fai have been made for
11 bank unit for those
10 prefer to donate
I manner.
jr. C -tressed that Mount
iai lital was cooperating
local and national
[:- in its blood bank effort.
thai reciprocal agreement
Bt all the blood banks,
igi ncy of obtaining
od to mi e1 its needs.
! I for the unit is Dr.
r Neber. At the meeting
person from giving blood. He
added that both he and Dr. Cirlin
would be available to speak to
any of the women's groups who
wish further information.
Mrs. Weinkle said she would
set up a stagger system for blood
donations so that a fresh supply
of blood will be on hand at the
hospital at all times. She added
that a letter further explaining
the blood bank unit would be sent
to each delegate for presentation
to her group.
Sen. Kefauver Will
Launch Beth Sholom
Lecture Series
Sen. Estes Kefauver will be the
first speaker in a series of three
lectures to be sponsored by the
Men's Club of Temple Beth
Sholom. The senator, who is
scheduled to appear on Monday-
evening. January 8, at Temple
Beth Sholom, will analyze the
major issues before Congress in
an address entitled, Which Way
America9"
Cecil Brown, well-known com-
mentator, will talk on "Crossroads
in Asia," on Monday evening,
February 26, and Elsa Maxwell
will speak on Monday, March 5.
Tickets for the series or for
separate lectures may be obtained
through Benjamin B. Gldstein,
series chairman.
Wilde To Star In Drama
Cornel Wilde, Hollywood star,
will be heard in "Liberty Inn,"
ninth in the New Frontier series,
on Sunday, November 12, at 10:45
a.m., over station WIOD.
The program is directed by Al-
bert Ward and produced by
Harold Franklin of the Institute
for Democratic Education. It is
presented through the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
Person Sought
Information is being sought
about the whereabouts of Oscar
Wolf on behalf of his wife and
two minor children with whom
he has failed to communicate or
contribute toward their support
during the past four years. Mr.
Wolf is an automobile mechanic
by occupation and was born in
Baltimore. Md., on October 15,
1908. He is five feet eight and
one-half inches tall, wieghs 170
pounds and has brown hair and
brown eyes. Anyone aware of his
present location is asked to-com-
municate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 105 Nassau St.,
New York 7.
Weintraub Unveiling
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Pauline
Weintraub, formerly of 810 81st
St.. Miami Beach, will take place
Sunday, November 12, at 2 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mrs.
explained the use : Weintraub is rurvived by her hus-
I therapeutic agent band. Abraham; one daughter,
told uf the thorough exami-1 Mrs. Rose Goodman; and two
on a prospective donor must | sons. Ben and Sigmund. both of
e he is permitted Miami; also one brother, Samuel
blood. Although the j Ritter. Miami Beach hotel p-
make up one pint of I erator. Mrs. Weintraub was a life
: ai weeks, *Dr. Neber ; member of the Jewish Home for
uld accept blood from : the Aged and a member of the
only once in three North Shore Community Center.
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B'nai B'rith youth groups of
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by B'nai B'rith youth director,
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Members of the Hillel Chapter
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will participate in services at Beth
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vJewlstnorldiaii
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
W. 1950
Religious Directory...
___. .___:-.. e~____.=;.. f .ns lctfrltlea Group
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koren.
; ll
p.m. HtM
nooi
' Xov. I
.: .v.-
i
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood, 1801 So.
Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.
Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi.
-
Norlhside Jewish Center,
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Canter 1 -" -
. -
North Dad* Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
i:
at 10.
Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox),
Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz,
eg
. at '
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
T > I '
Activities Ctt
at p.m.
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.
Services Sal '.' a.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.

p.m.; Batui "
evening l'"'-
sai ; then
hour t
i ta win t*
.. rved an I Hi br< w dai
I I
--
SI Saturday
k. _
Congregation xoung Israel (ur-
Ihodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
F ~
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T'Fereih israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
res
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr. Rabbi A.
Ben Elias.
t
at a
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Su M
Downtown Synagogue (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave.
p, toy even n -
a 1. illy si vv -
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
nines-
morning at ''
1 Hip Tati
. I
V Y v.
M
I
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r.lr.g at 9:00 11 *l the I- '
I '
g
Congregation Beth Tlilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
..
on thi
bl Will !-]
!. nalii Mlncha i
. | -. :


Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck.
cantor.
Si vires Friday I t 8:15
Rabbi Ham ":-
New
n relation I
Tempi* iixaei (Reform). W7
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Dr. Jacob n K m .Su
nducl the *
I Sal
,. On F
n will dis. uss I ne
N
U ill 11 ;" "'
will <1- uss Who Lives Hi i .
Temple Betn Snoiom iLiberal),
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kroniih; Cantoi
Samuel Kelemer.
Frldav evi nine servl.-es i

I
-
_.vi, Bandar school at 10 a.m.
Hebrew school dally l:M W ?:30 p.m.
,i services 7 JO >" ',n,l 5:45 p.m.
Congregation Beth UaTid (Con-
wrvative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rot.
Maurice Mamches.
i .... pi iday evening 11
. '" .,' i:..i.b: Bhapfro will -
I cant Happen to Me. In honor
:., Tins Sabbath
; ,, iZA. Harvey
.., Bhevln
. I..-I-S of the
loeal chapjrr,
s,-r vice:
AiiKiist an.I
Aug.....
" "imh. in ik.
memory of thell I.......i -\.u*ut \f
' momiS.
Sunday at 10 '"!f'a.nT.
Cong. Rakbi Chanina Be,
Tradyon Nusach Arie and uS
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Td
Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th A **
Bet ,
! Mini ha 4 p.m.. Mam
evening ervlci
I
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I': '
. of James

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Daily services R s
-,'
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 N.W. 51st Place.
- nd Bm day S
. I
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p.m. U' ni-

Gables Center
Males Review
es ol book re-
ms under the
;es of the Sisti I the
i will
I :. Sun
12. at 8 30 p.m.
The Wall,
m ol
...' : Nazi
Peter G :'
A
. luring the
n
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Joseph Malek, cantor: Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath sei vli s at VI"
AZA National Sabbath, AZA Chapter
-ill am t the i ibbl < >neg Shabbat
- ervic.
Bar Mltsvah of \V
son i.f M .i d Mr* Max
Klddush i parents
Miami Beacn Jewish commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Late Frida> ev< nlng servlci
Rabbi Lehrman pi i a i> of >
. of an Embattled World, In
ol \ -i
.... | 1)1 wl
...I "The Wees Portloi
Bai M / ah l u
.,.,, of Ml il M '' lb "i ""l
nd M I
afternoon bible
oi :
-
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I nil
through
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Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
,.-,.,... ,.,i.. -,. <.,.. ni "'." Late
> .-.. JWV '
Ure Day Sabbath Rabbi Honig will

i
youth of community starting at i.SO.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
g services at 3
Evi r will speak on tl I rtl n of the
M i he will lntruct i
M n followed bj
. / follow,
mpl. le ll
it I am. followed
. by the rabbi.
.... ....... i b> etas, n
Laws u 'l Custi -
Daily cli Hi
: '
- unday scho. to i !:-
. in the ofl
Congreg I i *
.. | i .. s inda; the brother-
li.....i will conducl
I ultural
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive.
Normandy Isle, Rev. Philip Fried,
acting rabbi.
AZA Sabbal
--,,., t sei ved bj M
M Isadon liolil irday
moi nlni lervio l c| by
.lunii
school cry Sundaj i I Bisi
ool; ll. bn
meets there Monday, Tuesday and
Wi i -'l.o aftel noons.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
I flay evening srrvicei at 6.
Saturday morning al I Rabbi
April will speak on "Rebecca the
v. followed bj
.Min. ha. Shalos Sudos and Maariv
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PPjpAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1950
+Jm4ttiHr)r*4**n
LEGAL NOTICE
,,v fIlII'I'MANN, Plaintiff, vs.
'HV|D PRIBDMANN, Defendant.
"ftviD FRIEDMANN.
you sre
u( your answer
Saint for Divorce
Ettorn.-y. and tg(_
tnswi'i" i"
She Circuit
M day
136I9S
ll.IL"
1
lT''ll'\v' U'llh St.
1 rork, New Vork
iqulred to serve a copy
t,> the Hill of Com-
on the plaintiff's
file the oriKlnal
the office of the Clerk of
Court on or before the
,i November, A.I). 19.r.0; other-
, ,|,,- Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
*'*;,'/,, filed herein, will be taken
Linfossed by you.
'.,,, at Miami, Florida, this the
k, j.v of Oct., I960.
K I!. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Hole County, Florida.
Ion-mi Courl Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
n.-puty Clerk.
IIII,Ti>X A. FRIEDMAN,
C..rnev for I'lainliff,
f,", yh..ld Bldg.. Miami, Florida.
fc:; if/8-io-i7____________^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
" NAME LAW
1 soTIOK IS HBREBT GIVEN that
lie undersigned, desiring to engage in
lunness under the fictitious name of
EtHKRIXI-: PETERS at 730 Lincoln
Miiitnl lleach, Florldw, Intends
register said name with the Clerk
- the Circuit Court of Dade County,
"0rilla' I.(ELLA M. BECKER
Sole Owner
;; ll J-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ShawV"i !vv.?i,;.J!rl,ll,,,,K '""" "
I RDIi'K at 1247 N. w.
21st Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to
register Mid nan,,- with the Clerk of
ffiSri,rcult Court of """ County,
Florida.
WALTER SHAW
LEO BHEI^UEL BURDICK
Attorney for Applicant*
302 Roper IlldR.
Miami. Florida
11/3-10-17-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE -llt'llT COURT OF THE
(ELEVENTH .ICDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IX AND I"'>lt DADE COUNTY,
IFI/IRIDA IX CHANCERY, No.
' Si
IkWK a. FREITAB, Plaintiff, vs.
1 \i.zii: \ A FREITA8, Defendant.
|you, Al.ZlRA A. FREITAS, 3".5
. San Leandro, California,
serve a copy of your
,,.iv.t to ..- Bill "t Complaint for
plaintiff'! attorney,
fcROI.P SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road,
Bi Florida, and file the
r. office of the Clerk of
i or bi fore the 16th of
othei H .-.- a D.-cr.-V
.:n be entered against
shall be published once
>. itlve weeka
Floi Idlan.
r 16, 1950.
.<: VTHERMAN, Clerk.
Seal)
WM. VT. STOCKING,
Deputy Cl, ik.
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Parkway Apartments at t:h; nth
street, Miami Beach, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Had,- (ountv. Florida
SAMUEL L. MATLORF
and
ROSK MATLOFF
MAX It. BALZMAN
and
ESTHER SALZMAN
Owners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Owners
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IMDE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 23356.
RE: ESTATE OF:
JACOB SOFFER,
Deceased.
NOTICE- Is hereby given that I have
filed my rinal report and petition for
Unal Discharge as Executrix of th
LEGAL KOTICE
PAGE 7B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
-.___ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
ln,1iHn'ler"lBiled' d<-sirlng to engage In
V;"'"h ",l,">-,'.,,h- ,|1""""- nSSs of
\,.J 5falt? Shoe '" 7',:' N. H. 2nd
Ave.. Miami, intend to register said
SSS .Wr'"A V" ',ork "'
Louit of Dad.- i-ountv, Florida
HAItltY BUXBAUM
DAVID FISHBEIN
...... Owners
FREDERICK s. QROSSBERG
Attorney for applicants
."I Blscayne Bldg
I" 20-27 ll 1-10
WW KRUMHOta, also known as
rr,.,.K!,n,Hl"J!' Plaintiff, VS.
;:\\ T,.J>111'MHOLZ, Defendant.
1<): BETTY KHUMHOL55.
2390 Tlebout Ave.,
Bronx :.7, .New York
You are required to serve a copv of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorne)
and to file tho original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2.", dav of
November, A.D. 19.-,0; otherwise." the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
23 day of Oct., 1950.
B. B LKATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
MILTON A. KmEDMAX>"U,y ^
Attorney for Plaintiff.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undetsigned, desiring to engage j
business under the fictitious name of
MORRIS HOTEL at 1 :::io Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Couutv, Florida
MORRIS WACHHOLDER
GENET & GENET, E8QS.
Attorney for Applicant
ll 1-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
,,,,\-'""K Department Btore al
Hill .V \\ 62nd Street. Miami. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the ( lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
JACoi: ITLVEB
,,,.,. JULIUS KESDEN
MYERS, IIEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for .Applicants
11/3-10-17-24
- -he 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
esiate or Jacob softer, deceased; and 10/27 li/.i-iu-it
that on the 4 day of Dec., 1980, will
apply to the Honorable W
. F. BLAN-
TO.N, County Judge of Dade County.
Florida, for approval of said final
report ami r,,r final discharge as
Executrix of the .-state of Jacob
Softer, deceased.
This 19th day of October, 1950.
LENA SOFFER
MILTo.X A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Executrix of the estate
of JACOB Si IFFER, Deceased.
ll 3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage in
|- lie li- in lous name of
EAi'll L'LIMHING CO. (not Inc.) at
Miami Beach, Plot Ida,
ate I-- register said name with the
p Circuit Courl of Dade
|
MR. HARRY DENB1TZ
Sole owner
I0S REXJAM1N
Mr. Harry Denbitz
pTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
[COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
0UXTY FLORIDA.No. 16791.
E8TATE IF
"i:\ HKXSHAW
Dec< .i -
OTIOE i hereby given that I have
ll report and petition for
is administratrix of
estate --f Cora Henahaw, deceased:
lih.it on the loth day of .November,
I will apply to the Honorable
r lilanton, County Judge of Dade
"'>' I'1.....la, for approval of said
and tor final discharge as
JUnlBtratrln of the Estate of Cora
pshaw, ,i ased.
i 13th d.i> f October, 1950.
ANNETTE HILL,
as Administratrix of the Estate
..."'' "'' Henshaw, deceased.
fERS, HEIMAN ,* KAPLAN
fr Administratrix
I-"'1-:1, l!
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
'.' i- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, -""I. desiring to engage in
mess under the fictitious name of
!.,,', HUNTING at 11 Collins
it Beach, Fla., intends to
"" '"ll name with the Clerk of
Irida "" ''""" of 1>ade Cou"t>'.
:..,. n Howard HrsiiixsicY
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
join I-. is HEREBY GIVEN that
f [led, desiring to engage ,,,
fir i,i- ,'" "" fictitious name of
I y,'""'AI'l 1 al tin Seybold Build-
* r orlda, Intends to register
rt ,V",'' the Clerk of the Circuit
fl or Dole county, Florida,
Im\-,,v,-1..VK|:UT -ni CIIISLINi;
ESJ^TZ & ARONOVITZ
'>" fw AppUcant
|N0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
brine NAME LAW
,''.' IS HEREBY GIVEX that
;-l. desiring to
".under the fictltlou
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'lT COFRT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCl.'IT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FDR DADE
rol'NTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136294.
HERBERT LIPKIND, Plaintiff, vs.
IXlRIS COLODNY LIPKIND, De-
fendant.
TO: DORIS COLODNY LIPKIND,
I 'efelldallt
i- o Mary Colodny
l'.':'| South Highland Avenue
Los Angeles 16, Callfot nia
You are hereby notified thai a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce lias been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, Turk &
Newman. 42a Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2Mb da> of November, 1950.
If you fail to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
I he relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26 day of < ictober, A.D.
1950.
E. II LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit'Court, Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Florshelin Shoe Store, 21, East Flagler
St., Miami, Fla., Floish, in, shoe Shop,
649 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.,
intends to register said name with th
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dade
county, Florida.
COWEN-BI'LBIN SHOE
STORES, INC.
I" -7 11 3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin* Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sunbeam Fashions al B50 East 41st
Street, liialeah, Florida, intends, to
register said name with the Clerk of
Hi- circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ROYAL TOGS, INC.
By DAVID L. SKOP,
I'resident
W. MAI.EK
for Royal Togs, Inc.
:(.". Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/3-10-17-21
JOSEPH
Attorney
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i.. engage hi
business under the fictitious nan.....I
cirei,, Insurance Agencj at 1220 Bls-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with tho
cierk of the 1 'Ircuit Com 1 1 1 1 lade
County, Florida.
ARNOLD P. ROSEN
G. A. HAAS
C, R, SAPIRO
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
1" 27 11 ::-lu-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
J'ortcr Service and AA Rug &
Furniture Cleaners at N14 S. W Sth
Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to
said name with the Clerk of
uit Court of Dade County,
reglste
the Cir
Florida.
ABRAHAMALECHMAX
Side Owner
SIDNEY BOBBINS
Attorney for Applicant
i'OI N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE |8 HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EMBASSY RESTAURANT at 1857
COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH,in-
tends to register said name with the
clerk ol the Circuit Court ,,1 Dade
Countv, Florida.
EMBASSY RESTAURANT, INC.
Owners
BERICK .v- SHAPIRO
Attorneys for applicant
I2U Lincoln Road
I" 27 11 3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
',,JHI-: CIRCUIT .....FRT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 136128
EUGENIA CORNISH, Plaintiff, vs.
flEORGE FRANC18 CORNISH, De-
fendant.
TO: Mr. George Francis Cornish,
229 Beach. 134th Street
Belle Harbor, Long island
New York
JTOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
ffijy6 .aoopy "f -v'""' Answer to the
Bill of < omplaint in the above
ror Divorce, on the plaintiffs at-
torneys, ami file the origin;.! in th.
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before November 17
otherwise said Bill t c.....plaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 19 dav of October 1 i:,n
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
ci.-i-k of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Conn Seal)
By: Wit. W. STOCKING
MYERS. HE.MAX kSplTn0"*1
Attorneys for Plaintiff
i.-.n Seybold Building
.Miami. Florida
10/20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136246.
ANN JOSEPHINE McNULTY, Plain-
tiff, vs. WALTER FRANCIS
McNULTY, Defc ndant.
TO: WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY,
Residence 1 'nknown.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Hill of Complaint
for Divor......n the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the clerk of the Circuit Courl
On Or before the 25 day of XoVeuilier.
ad. 1950; otherwise, the Bill or com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
24 day of Oct., 1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk .if the Circuit Court,
Dad.- County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. C. PEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
i" 27 II 3-10-17
Orll
'I t
" 2018 N. W.
engage III
1 name of
1st Court,
register said name with the
' i"- Circuit
Florida
Court
?OL POLAND
of Dade
HELEN POLAND
FRIEDMAN
Applicants
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25005.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS WEINKLB,
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clfjims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and ea.h of you. are hereb)
notified ami required to present an)
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
.-state of la il'IS WEINKLE, di -
lit,-..f MIAMI BEACH, DADE County.
Florida, to the Hon W. F BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dad.- County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date "f the first publication
hereof, said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be SWorn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same win
be barrel. S.-c Section 120 of the 19 I
Probat. Act.
Dat.- November 1st, AD. i!>..n.
call WEINKLE.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Test.im,ut of LOUIS WRINKLE,
Deceased. ___
WASMAN, WEINKLE ti KESSLER
846 Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Executor
11/3-10-17-24
HITUN COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. C. tivrf T. MIAMI St. FLA.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d.-siring to engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....f
SOUTH MIAMI DRUG STORE al 316
North 2nd Road, South .Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL W. ROSENBLATT
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Samuel w Rosenblatt
I". 27 11 ::-|u-l7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IX THE COUNTY JCIJGE'S COURT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
2 re i
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS It, LEVIN, otherwise
known as M. R. LEVIN, I >< n .
To All 'i edltoi.- and All P. boos Hav-
t'lalms or Demands Against Said
i: itate:
You, and each of you, are herebs
n-.i ll led and required to pres.
claims and demands which you, flr
either of you. may have ngalnsl the
.state of MORRIS K. LEVIN, othi i -
wise known as M, I: LEVIN, deceased
late .-I WORCESTER County, Mass.,
to the H.-n. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Bade County, and file th.
same in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within elghl calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address .-f the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same \. ill !-. barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of th,. 1933 Probate Act.
Dat. Octobei 31st, A.D. 1950.
ELRY STONE,
As Anclliar) Administrator C.T.A.
of the Estate of MORRIS R
LEVIN, otherwise known as M. R,
LEVIN. Deceased,
EL BY STI i.X E
Attorney for Estate "f Morris R.
Levin, otherwise known as M. It.
Levin, Deceased.
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF F1>)RIDA, IN AND FOR DA HE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136079.
JOSIP IVIN, Plaintiff, vs.
TOMECA IVIN. Defendant.
TO: TOMECA IVIN,
Zjara, Lukoran, Jugoslavia.
You an- required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on th.- plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or b.-foie the 20 day of November,
a d. 1950: othei -vis.-, the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be tak.-n as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
16 day of October, I960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
I lade 'ounty, Floi i i,
(Circuit Court Heal)
By W.M. w. STOCKING,
Deputj Cl rk,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorne) for Pis
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. I
1" 20-27 I' 1-10
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT '..I |;t OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR Tl'l
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
l'!."l:llc\. in CHANCERY .'-
136073
FRED F. WERTHMAN, JR PI ilntlff,
V* MARGARET R. WERTHMAN,
. I lefi
TO: MARGARET R. WERTHMAN,
111 Bennett Street
So ithei n Piie North C
You are h n by notified th a Bill
oi i 'on plaint foi I Hvon hai
again.-t you, and \ ou are
quired to serve a copj <-i "o
to the Bill ..r Complaint .m the
plaintiff's attorne) and file the ot Ig
answer In the l ifflce of the i
the C cull com i on or befoi x-
b. i- 20, I960, otherw Ise the alleg itlons
of the bill will be taken BE C infi
by you.
I 'at.-.I this 16 day of October, 1950.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'lerk of the Circuit i lourt.
(Circuit Court s.-al)
By WM. W. STOCK'INC.
Deputy Clerk.
MANUEL LIBEL
Attorney tor Plaintiff
713 Pan American Bank Bldg,
Miami 32, Fl.....la
10 20-27 11/3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT CorRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No,
131,895.
.MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs.
STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH,
Al 'I iRESS I XKM IWN
YOU, STANLEY ARNOLD BE-
WITCH, are hereby notified that a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed agalnsi you. and you arc re-
quired to serve > copy of your answer
or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs attorneys: KAPLAN,
DIETZ & LA8KY, whose addresa Is
350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, .in.I file the original answer or
pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit court, on or bef..... the
I si. day of December. 1950. If you fail
to do so, judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
mand, d In the Bill Of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
.-.ich we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floiidian. a newspaper
published in Dade County, Florida.
DONE and ORDERED al Miami
I lot Ida, this 80th day of < < tobt I
A.D. 1950.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clark,
Circuit curl. I lade I Sountj. Floi Ids
ii'ircuit Court Seal)
By R. H. Ricic. .ill..
Deputy Clerk.
KAPLAX, DIETZ & I.ASKY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
356 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/3-10-17-24 ,*.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCl'lT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'lT
oF FLORIDA, IN AND hull DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, So.
136428.
LKoNARDA LISTEK. Plaintiff, vs.
STANISLAW LISTEK, Defendant.
YOU STANISLAW LISTEK, SI
York Road. Ipswich, Suffolk, England,
are hereb) notified thai a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsi you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer "i
Pleading t.> the Plaintiff's attorney.
MAX R SILVER. 922 s-yb..|d Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 80th day of
November, 1950. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be tak.-n
ags nsl you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 1 day of November, A.D.
1950.
E, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
ii 'ircuit Court Seal)
B, WM. \V. STOCKING,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiideisitii.il. desiring to engage n
business under the fictitious name of
PINE BAR .v GRILL al 2655 N.W.
20th Sir. .1. Miami. Florida, int.-mis t..
i er said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Courl .-f Dad.- County.
Florida.
JOSEPH I'YKIX
Sole Owner
PA I.lot. SILVER, TATHAM,
ABDO & MULLOY
Attorne) s foi Applicant
Congress Bldg.
10 2.1-27 1 1 .l-lu
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
'-2: Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
11 S-TO-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX 'THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ll'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 136442.
CLAIRE RABINOWITZ, Plaintiff, VS.
RUBIN RABINOWITZ, Defendant.
TO: RUBIN RABINOWITZ
- 19 SOUTHERN BOULEVARD
BRONX. X Y.
Yi.r are required t<> serve a copy
of y..ur answer t" the I -til of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
Attorni c and to file th.....'iglnal
answer In the Office of the Clerk of
the circuit Courl on or before the
:tu dav of November. 1950: otherwise.
tin- BUI of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by vou.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 1
dav of November, 1950.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dad.- County
(Circuit Court S.-a 11
B] : WM. W
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136012.
I.ILI.IE KRAMER, Plaintiff, vs.
JULIUS KRAMER, Defendant.
SUIT F> iR DIVORCE
TO: JULIUS KRAMER,
113 West g4th str. it.
Apartment No, 4* w.
N. w Yol k, N.-w Y.-i k
YOU are h.-rci.y notified that B 'I
..r Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve .. copy of your Answi r
oi Pleading to ili<- Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, Milton A.
Name and address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
MURRAY OOODMAN
si I piympla Building
Miami Florida.
11/3-10-17-24
., ml,v piAek Frleman, 1023 Seybold Building, Miami.
Florida, and file th.- original An
...- pleading in th.- office ol the Clerk
of the en, lit Court on or before the
13 .lay of November, 1950. If you fail
to .I., so, judgment by default will be
tik.-u ag mist you for the relll I di -
manded In the Bill Complaint.
I INE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12 da) of October, A.D.
vy,v.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dad.- Coai.ti. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
Mil.'TON A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
. 11 3-10 _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d< sit lag to em
business under the fictitious name of
KIDDYLAND al 8108 North East 2ml
Avenue, Miami, Dad.- County. Florida,
Intend to register s.ii.l name with the
Clerk of the circuit Courl of Dade
County, Floi i.i.i
GEORGE PETER WELLS
undivided one-half interest.
GEORI IE E, BERNSTEIN
uniliv ided one-half int- :
ELRY STONE
Attorney for George Peter Wells
and George 11. Bernstein
1010 Congress Building
Miami. Floiia.
10,20-27 11,3-rO
Florida.
STOCKING,
Deputy Cleric,


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