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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
SE^^NUMBER_46_
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
}J,040 Pledged
Chest Dinner
425,000 Israelis
Go To Polls
licious" start with pre-cam-
, pledges totalling $237,040.
Lme 100 civic and business
krs from all over the area
. the pledges at a gala kick-
It the Saxony Hotel Monday
|t aftrr they learned that the
"set for this year's Chest is
iOO.
le announcement brought en-
[astic exclamations and ex-
Jions of confidence from the
ered leaders, who got down to
| business of pledging their
I of the total. They heard a
I brief pep talks from Chest
(community leaders, and the
ging began.
le idea of the pre-campaign
Jer party was conceived by
fn de Hirsch Meyer, who
host for the whole affair,
kard L. Abess, Chest presi-
; introduced the speakers
included James I. Keller.
reorganization chairman and
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Work
, stopped for 13 hours this week
le 1950-">1 Dade C o u n t y | wnen about 425,000 voters went
nunity Chest was off^ to jm t0 tne polls to elect 527 municipal
counsellors in 43 constituencies in
various parts of the country.
Communications and essential
services functioned normally dur-
ing the election period. The re-
sults of the voting will not be
known for several days.
At a press conference this week.
Minister of Interior Moshe Shapi-
ro emphasized that the population
in Israel has almost doubled since
the Parliamentary elections which
took place 21 months ago. The
population now totals 1,350,000,
he said.
In addition to the 43 consti-
tuencies where municipal elec-
tions were held, there are 35
regional councils comprising 400
villages, where local elections are
scheduled to be held next May.
The Minister of Interior also re-
vealed that local elections in Arab
villages in Israel, which are now
under military administration,
will take place within a year.
Elliott Jensen. There are in Israel at present 17
ttor of the Cleveland Com- municipalities, 46 local councils
and 45 district councils, he IP-
ported.
Israel To Move
Troops From
Disputed Area
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) Is-
rael told the United Nations Se-
curity Council this week that it
would evacuate its troops from
the disputed area of Beir Katar,
and called for removal of the
Suez Canal blockade as a token
of good faith by the other side.
Abba Eban, the Israel delegate
to the Council also urged com-
pliance of Jordan with the arm-
istice agreement in respect to
free access to the Holy Places and
Mt. Scopus and free passage
through Latrun.
Israel forces occupied Beir
Katar sometime ago on the
ground that the charts of the
armistice agreement with Egypt
did not classify it in the area fox
which military limitations hire
been prescribed. Subsequently,
the mixed armistice commission
ruled on the complaint of Egypt
that Beir Katar did fall within
that area.
Revealing that conversations
here with the armistice commis-
sion chief, Gen. William E. Riley,
had failed to achieve any change,
Mr. Eban said Israel is now ready
Recommendation to Set up Central Israel
Fund Will Be Presented at CJFWF Parley
tiy Fund who is on loan here
iampaign consultant, John S.
ght. Miami Herald publisher,
Meyer, who flung out the
llenges for the pledges to be-
5,000 Sought
IJDC Drive
Iftei hearing an urgent appeal
I funds by Moses A. Leavitt,
rutive director of the Joint
pibution Committee, the ex-
live committee of the Greater
|mi Jewish Federation voted
the Jewish community of
ater Miami immediately grant
to .IDC and that a special
Jpaign be conducted among a
Kted list of people to raise this
Bey.
kcob Sher has been named to
Buct the campaign, which wi!l
I be a Federation project. All
pie from whom money will be
Cited, he explained, will be
pons f; :n whom such a dona-
will not affect their 1951
Iribution to the Combined
|sh Ap|
tely after accepting the
I p, Sher addressed
pi 100 chosen individuals
|ng them to contribute $250
Ihe (1:..
ne executive committee reaf-
ped principles that all Jewish
agencies properly
fng within the Federation
pure. Dan B. Ruskin, chair-
J of the multiple appeals com-
pee. designed to curtail in-
endent fund raising by Jewish
gnizaions, is conducting a
py of the campaign situation
I.meeting of the Federation
P'^ity and public relations
nmtttee was held Tuesday at
fn to initiate plans for publici-
'orthcoming campaign.
I -Morns Goodman presided.
P"esent at the meeting were
Dorothy Fink, Gus Jacob-
Kabbi Leon Kronish, Irving
pwll. Harold Shapiro, Hank
l>erS. Ira Walspv anH .Tncenh
lotein.
Agreement Reached
JERUSALEM. (JTA) Israel
and Jordan authorities here this
week reached an agreement whicn
will permit an Israeli convoy,
held up for a number of days, to
proceed to the Hebrew University
at Mt. Scopus. The agreement
reached is the result of an "un-
official" meeting, in which United
Nations representatives also
participated.
Recommendations to implement
the creation of a Central Israeli
Fund and Budget and to assure
long range stability in American
Jewish fund raising will be pre-
sented to community delegates for
discussion and action at the nine-
teenth annual general assembly
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds. The as-
sembly is scheduled for December
1-3 at the Shoreham Hotel, Wash-
ington, D. C.
Stanley C. Myers, president, in
announcing developing program
highlights, underscored the im-
portance of the three-day assem-
bly. More than 700 leaders of
Jewish communities from all parts
of the United States and Canada
will review major problems fac-
ing American Jewry in 1951.
Acting as official delegates from
their communities, the leaders
will map plans for meeting total
Jewish responsibilities in Israel,
overseas, nationally and locally.
between now and the opening of
the assembly.
Another major session of the
assembly, Myers announced, will
be a national mobilization to meet
Jewish overseas and domestic
needs. Set as the closing luncheon
session of the conference on Sun-
day, the mobilization will mark
an innovation by the organized
Jewish communities of America
in rallying their total welfare
fund responsibilities under one
banner.
The mobilization will highlight
the collective achievements of the
welfare funds during the past five
years and turn the national spot-
light on the forthcoming welfare
fund drives.
Workshop meetings covering
three major areas of interest to
Jewish communities will open the
assembly on Friday morning.
These sessions will include cam-
paigning, community organization
Key recommendations will be ,and social Panning,
made at a major session on na-
tional-local relations, scheduled
Jewish Legislators
mony. He stressed, however, that polis, chairman of the CJFWF P/>t|irnan Trt flTTirP
Israel reserved the right to make committee on stable and unified flCIUIIIvU IU WlllvV
to comply with the decision in the for Friday afternoon, December
interests of concession and h=>r- 1, with Julian Freeman, Indiana-
security arrangements, in accord-
ance with the armistice pact, for
its settlement of Ein Netafim,
which is in the area.
At the same time, however, Mr.
Eban characterized as "flimsy,
false and frivolous" the other
charges brought before the Coun-
cil by Egypt and Jordan, and
categorically denied that any of
them had any foundation.
Immigrant-Born Mrs. Anna Rosenberg
Appointed To High Defense Post
WASHINGTON, (AJP) An i Rosenberg presently holds mem-
energetic little woman, long the bership in an advisory committee
late FDR's key trouble-shooter on mobilization policy for the Na-
and a fighter for admission of tional Security Resource Board
more refugees to America's shores, headed by W. Stuart Symington,
this week was named to the second A key acjviser to the late
highest post in America's de" | president Roosevelt, President
fensive network against aggres- | Truman and the late Fiorello La-
sion. Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg. Glldrdiai Mrs. Rosenberg served
national fund raising, and Her-
bert R. Abeles. chairman of the
CJFWF committee on national-
local relations, as chief partici-
pants. Harold Glasser, director of
the CJFWF institute on overseas
studies, will present the insti-
tute's analysis of the Israel and
overseas picture.
Proposals of the institute will
be designed to insure the most
efficient manner of utilizing funds
raised to meet Israel's most
pressing economic needs. They.
will deal with the central Israel i ll?er '^'^l
v..-a .-J Budget; the role of1'
The pre-war darling of the
Coughlinite right-wing lunatic
fringe, the erstwhile "boy sena-
tor" of the Democratic Party,
Rush Holt, wasi
flat on his backl
last week afterl
an unsuccessful!
bid in West Vir-1
ginia for a seat!
in the House ofl
Representatives. [
But at least two!
Fund and
philanthropy in relation to the
contain
e x -p
projected bond drive, private in- I r" c b '
vestment and inter-governmentaLniVe {,, fi|
loans: and the character of pro- ^ E^HoTf- GoUUtei*
K&SS&SSfiS m- were back in business after
funds for Israel.
active in working toward the es-
a Walsey and Joseph
as personal representative of FDR
and Mr. Truman in the European
Theater of Operations during
lems confronting returning GIs.
Cited as one of the most capable
experts in public and labor rela-
tions, Mrs. Rosenberg was in-
strumental in the settling of some
of New York City's most serious
At the last general assembly,
communities voted in favor of a
central Israel fund and budget.
the votes were counted.
The election week also high-
lighted the return to office of a
number of American Jewish leg-
regional conferences hell during I gg JgfJ n,^
the past three months have rear- ^ elder Congressman Emanuel
SSf Jfrf^XaUSl ofThe Cone.-. Abr.h/m Mu.te,. I
World War II. She kept the chief KM M SS^S ifiW
executives informed of the prob- Jj f0 meet Si's ttee "thcr Jewish congressman^back
year needs, according to Myers. J? Washing!on is A Ribicof oi
The committee on stable and Connecticut Nathaniel Golden
unified national fund raising will i w *+&*$, 1 *'a?,' ,'1
present for community approval! Post of.N.ew Yo,k Stale Att.
a long range blueprint for a |
community sponsored national
labor disputes. She played a prime | campaign organization which
s. Rosenberg To Be
Jwn In November 20
ta^p GTN. Pa Rosenberg, whose appoint-
L" as Assistant Secretary of
I Wus recommended this
ora>r D?fe,nse Secretary
nn m Marsall, will be sworn
tt", "member 20, it was re-
q. Mrs, RoSenberg is a well_
fcnn labor relations and per-
T*1 consultant.
^cretary Marshall said that he
h iu no one more familiar
5L; Probln of uDMnul
hril...tra>ning and selective
Mrs. Anna Rosenberg
tablishment of Israel, was named
Assistant Secretary of Defense
by President Harry S. Truman
Her son, Thomas, told the
American Jewish Press that his
mother had worked with the
Zionist organizations and actively
participated in the fight for con-
gressional measures which would
aid the entry of displaced persons
into America.
"Mother also helped arrange the
tour of the Jewish Hungarian
soccer team in the United States
some years back," her son added.
Mrs. Rosenberg's impending ap-
pointment marks the first time
in history of the United States
that a woman has held such a
role in bringing peace in a huge
brewery dispute which recently
struck the nation's largest city.
A former key figure in the na-
tion's social security structure.
Mrs. Rosenberg was assigned
many important tasks by Presi-
dent Roosevelt. She played a
vital role in solidifying relation-
ships between the United States
and her Latin-American neigh-
bors.
She was the first civilian to be
awarded the Freedom Medal by
General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
For her man-sized job as regional
director of the N.R.A., Mrs.
Rosenberg was commended by the
President. President Truman, in
turn, awarded her a Medal of
Merit for efforts during the war
as regional director of the War
Manpower Commission.
An immigrant herself, having
been brought to America's shores
in the arms of her father, Albert
Lederer, of Budapest, Hungary.
Mrs. Rosenberg has displayed
considerable interest in the wel-
fare of America's newcomers.
Mrs. Rosenberg's new important
post as assistant to Secretary,of
State George Marshall will place
her in command of manpower and
would assure continued stability
in fund raising for Jewish causes.
The blueprint, if approved, would
become operative only in the
event present national fund rais-
ing arrangements are dissolved or
become so weakened as to lose
effectiveness, Myers explained.
A full dress discussion of these
recommendations will follow the
General by a strong margin.
Rush Holt's defeat came as
somewhat of a surprise. Prior to
his bid for congress. Holt, a a
ber of the West Virginia state
legislature, had championed the
cause of hate-spreader Father
Coughlin. He served as keynote
speaker at the 1936 convention of
Coughlin's National Union for
Social Justice.
But in Michigan a long-time
buddy of Merwin Hart and
reports. Action will be taken by j Joseph P. Kamp. Republican
the official voting representatives Clare E. Hoffman made the elec-
of the communities. Copies of the torial grade. So did the ant
reports and recommendations
have been distributed to com-
munities and local boards will
formulate community viewpoints
Jewish John Rankin. One of the
leading DP haters, Texas' Con-
gressman Edward Gossett was
re-elected, too.
"', ""ning and selective mat a woman = -- \iT o>rsonnel policies.
<* than Mrs. Rosenberg. I high position in vital affairs. Mrs. I personnel polities.
Beach Zionists Will Establish
Hebrew Section At U-M Library
In line with the nationwide ZOA plan to promote Hebrew
Language and culture in America, the Miami Beach Zionist District
is establishing a Hebrew section at the University of Miami Library,
according to Alex Van Straaten. president.
Svdney J. Greenberg. education chairman, who is in charge or
the project, said, "This will be a Chanuka gift to the library in
obsernvance of Jewish Book Month."
An appeal for books of Jewish content in all languages, maga-
zines, newspapers and recordings or the price of one or more books
or subscriptions has been made by Greenberg. Donations will be
accepted at the Zionist office, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, for
the next three weeks. An appropriate book plate will inscribe the
donor's name or anyone whom the donor wishes to honor.


PAGE 2 A
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Dr. Goldstein To
Speak At JNF
Birthday Fete
Dr. Israel Goldstein, former
president ot the Zionist Organiza-
lii n of America and member of
the Jewish Am iu > will lie finest
speaker at the Jewish National
Fund golden jubilee birthday din-
ner to be held on December 10
at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel.
Mil mi Beach ace >. ding to Leon
J. Ell. chairman of the JNF
Council of Greater Miami.
This year marks the 50th an-
FRIDAY,
Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan. Miami Beach (right) meets with other
members of the advisory panel selected to plan an organizational
program for Pioneer Women at the recent silver jubilee conference
of that organization in New York City. Mrs. Kaplan is former
chairman of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Others
in the panel are (left to right) Dr. Esther Richman. chairman of
the Philadelphia Council; Mrs. Evelyn Kaplan, chairman of the
Chicago Council; and Mrs. Jacob Levitt, vice president for mem-
bership and organization of Pioneer Women.
Dr. Israel Goldstein
niversary of the founding of the
Jewish National Fund, which has
served the Zionist movement
through the land purchases and
developments in Palestine
An invitation has been extend-
ed by the council to the presi-
dents of Jewish organizations in
I immunity to a luncheon on
Wednesday. November 22. at
1 nist Restaurant, 1381 Wash-
ington Aw., at 12 noon. Purpose
of Die meeting is to .
and eo iperati >n of the leaders on
the f irthcoming annivi
dinner.
5 U-M Scholarships
Awarded By Men's
Fashion Guild
Three seniors and two juniors '
at the University of Miami have j
boon awarded tuition scholarships
in marketing by the Men's I
Fashion Guild of Miami Beach, '
it was announced this week by
Dr. Victor W. Bennett, professor
of marketing and chairman of the |
department's scholarship com-1
mittee.
The scholarships, which cover
tuition for the next semester, werej
awarded to Peter P. Claussen, of]
Orlando: Bernard Marko, Miami: I
and Herbert J. Selkowitz. Perth
Amboy. N. J.. seniors: and Sey-
mour Rosenberg, of Brooklyn, and
David French. Jr.. of Blueficld,
W. Va., juniors.
Preliminary investigation of
fifteen applicants by the uni-
versity's general scholarship
committee preceded the depart-
ment's screening, and final selec-
tion was made by Jules Gillette,
president of the guild, and Stuart j
Newman, executive secretary.
Several months ago the Beach
fashion group established two i
scholarships for junior and senior I
majors in marketing, but this
number was increased to five
because of the worthiness and
high scholastic ratings of the ap-
plicants.
Offering these scholarships, the
guild wishes to encourage stu-
dents in the university's School
of Business Administration to em-
phasize marketing in their cur- '
ricula. Gillette said.
Simon Heads
Zionist Hoard
Mori ;< Simon was re-eli ted
chairman of the board oi Coral
Gables Zionist District at a mi '-
ing recently held at the home "1
Mi and Mrs. N, Weidburg,
Norman Lyons, president, an-
nounced the educational comir.it-
t' e would consist of Rabbi Morris
Skop. Harold Jaffer and Harold
Shapiro: Jewish national fund
chairman, Mrs. Pauline Lcvick:
membership. Oscar Lelchuk: hos-
pitality. M: 5. o- .,: Lelchuk.
Lyons ;:ls > announced that the
executive committee would tender
8 ption in honor of Aaron
ii witz li :. Beth Berl
<; aduate S Education of
Israi is on a lecture tour of
reci pti m will
l". held at the home ol Mr. and
Bel le, 341 Sluvia
Ave Coral Gabli n Tu
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)Ay NOVEMBER 17. 1950
fit Say...
Nov. 29th, 1947, the U. N. had voted the partition
*MislIkriUtr
PAGE 3 A
Austerity In Israel
Palestine
nto a Jewish and Arab State. On arrival
Ih/Lydda airport three days later, I found that
.!, had broken out. But the morale that pre-
jna superb. Exhilaration was still in the air.
"pntne Jewish population buckled down for a
fchtv blow. The public state of mind, hilarious yet
us and courageous was summed up for me by
Jl fcviv soda jerker while squeezing orange juice
a booth on Allenby Road. "This is our last stand.
I backs are to the wall. Either we will be a nation
our
-.hi
or exterminated. Never again the
fcttos."
landiny recently at Haifa, I immediately sensed a
kneed atmosphere. Like the morning after mid-
|ht revelry, the public mind is sobered and serious.
C jubilations of victory are past. The problems of
btion. exports, hard currency, high wages, trade
Knees, and lne other prosaic concerns of normal
Itehood have banished hosannas and paeans. The
hical quip of Oscar Wilde comes to mind: There
is that make for unhappiness. When
don't g( what you want; and when you do.
kjted Resources
fhe prevailing economic crisis is highlighted by
I food shortage. Like England, the land does not
Educe sufficient for the settled population, not to
the influx of Olim that goes on without
But this problem had been discussed.
E -.,; theorized and dissected during the Zionist
I solution arrived at long ago was intense
iustrialisin together with agriculture.
|j ive been accomplished in both of these
Jases. But unforeseen events have brought about a
Eperatc situation. Actually there can be no starva-
|n us long as bread, fish, ersatz cheese, vegetables.
citrus, olives, and beer are plentiful. But the modern
palate dribbles also for meat, butter, eggs, chicken,
coffee with cream. As in England immediately after
World War II, the best products are for export. In
1947, I could not buy a dram of scotch in Glasgow
or Edinburgh; the bartender said I should go to the
"States" for a whisky soda.
Development Possibilities
Traversing Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and
lengthwise from Metulla on the Syrian border to
Beersheba which begins the Negev, one is struck
with an agreeable surprise that the land is not nearly
as small as it looks on the map. One passes cities,
towns, villages, farms, Kibbutzim, Moshavin. and
Beth Olim; yet there seems to be room for additional
millions. One has to keep reminding himself that
autos are assembled and bath tubs are cast and
enameled in a land which 40 years ago could not
manufacture a pin. As you drive past the deserted
Arab villages, unfit to live in even by Yemenites
accustomed to squalor, you simply conclude that the
Moslem occupation was about as beneficial as horned
cattle stomping the fertile soil.
Causes of Depression
The economic crisis is peculiar in that there is no
money stringency, nor a problem of unemployment.
Of my fellow passengers on the S. S. Negbah, I ran
into three who landed jobs in Tel Aviv. Some went
to Kibbutzim. The Africans are in the Beth Olim, to
be classified and distributed throughout the land.
But there are factors which do account for the food
rationing.
First: The influx of new comers. Since the state
was formed European refugees, DP's from concen-
tration camps, and emigrants from Mohammedan
countries have virtually doubled the population. Thus
they cut the food supply in half. American audiences
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
are no doubt weary of hearing orators posing the
rhetorical question: What would happen if 50 million
people came into the U.S. in two years.
Second: A large standing army, including a naval
and air force. Obviously the cost is high for a land
with more frontier to the square mile than any other
country. The army is not only kept out of industry
and agriculture but is armed, clothed, and fed by a
government full of problems, not the least being to
counter a second attack by surrounding enemies.
Third: The boycott by neighboring Moslem states.
Their closed frontiers prevent the entry of eatables
at moderate prices; they also close profitable markets
to Israeli exports. Consequently, food must be pur-
chased in distant markets and paid for with dollars
badly needed at home.
Governmental Restrictions
All of which makes it difficult to understand the
motives behind the government's economic policy.
The emergence of the State and the glorious conduct
of the unequal war stirred Jewish emotions in all
lands. American Jewry responded with S150.000.000
to the U.J.A. But many were also in the mood for
investment of large or small sums in the industry of
Israel.
What prompted the government to interpose
barriers to the inflow of desirable wealth, so vital for
the welfare of the infant state? Were the objections
grounded in Socialist ideology versus capitalist in-
filtration? Or was there a desire on the part of power
to preserve the good prospects for the people in the
country? Whatever the reasons, the golden moment
passed. Many citizens bewail the blocking of Ameri-
can capital, energy, and know-how to a land in dire
need of new enterprise. They blame governmental
folly for the precarious food situation that obtains
today in Israel.
i. J. Freedman
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ietween Fourth and Fifth Sta.
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President Truman Commends B'nai B'rith
On "Buy Only What You Need" Program
President Truman has com-
mended B'nai B'rith in South
Florida for instituting its "Buy
Only What You Need" program,
Sanford M. Swerdlin, chairman
of the Americanism and civic af-
fairs committee, has announced.
A letter from William D. Has-
sett, secretary to the President,
reads: "The President noted with
interest all that you say and is
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She serves tuna dishes several
times a week and her family al-
ways applauds. For she has learned
I that no food combines with so
/)many others to make such a vari-
l/'ety of delicious dishes that arc
"different." She always uses
"BITE SIZE" WNA
for she knows she can be sure
every dish will he a success only
if she uses quality tuna..
most appreciative of that fine
proffer of service on the part of
Vour organization. This willing-
ness to be helpful in the task
before us is a source of strength
and courage to him. He wants
your membership to know that
your communication, together
with the enclosures, is being made
available to the Economic Stab-
ilization Administrator."
Enclosures included the red.
white and blue placards designed
by the B'nai B'rith Council here
and distributed to 2,000 retail
groceries, butcher shops and other
stores throughout Dade County,
urging citizens to conserve all our
resources and to prevent hoard-
ing.
The President's letter was ad-
dressed to Charles R. Jacobson,
executive director of the B'nai
B'rith Council of Greater Miami,
which includes nine men's lodges
in South Florida.
Hy Friedman, Irving Nager, Zena
Goluskin Dewey Klein.
Mrs. Archie Mendelson, ticket
chairman ,and the Mesdames
Muurice Schwartz, Murray Harri-
son, Ethel Engel, Rose Levy. Irene
Weise are in charge of reserva-
tions. Phone 2-6542.
Jf US To Sponsor
Affair Monday
First fund raising project of the
Jewish Consumptive Relief So-
ciety will be a luncheon and card
party to be held Monday. Novem-
ber 20. at 12 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. William Levine. 710 Lake-
view Drive, Miami Beach.
In charge of arrangements are
the Mesdames Emanuel Schon.
Sol Brown, Albert Rosenthal.
Sam Axlrod, David Bendell, Edith
Gold, Lillian Storch. Rae Parness.
I William Sacker, Blanche Ross,
Miriam Siegel. Maurry Poncher.
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She used one of Mrs. A's favorite
recipes...and it was a dismal
failure! She's learning, the hard
way, that "There's no half-way
quality in tuna." From now on
she'll insist upon this famous
quality brand of "Bite Sise" tuna!
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EDITORIAL
To Th<> I,tutus
The appointment of Mrs. Anna Rosenberg as
Assistant Secretary of Defense is about as good
an occasion as any for us to take off our hats to
the ladies. True enough, American womanhood
these days has reached a status of eguality with
men in public life. But somehow it is a gualified
status. Thus far no poltical party has seen fit to
name a woman to highest office, such as the
presidency or vice presidency, although Mrs.
Rcosevelt had been mentioned as a possible
candidate. Nor have women been taken into
gcvernment service and confidence in the really
big jobs. Somehow the male still seems to be
adhering to the ancient concept that this is a
man-ruled world and he refuses to yield to the
weaker sex even though it has demonstrated
capabilities equal to or even superior to those
of men.
The late President Roosevelt had the courage
and wisdom to break precedent by giving a
woman, Mrs. Perkins, a Cabinet portfolio. But
then again, he was one of the revolutionaries of
the age and it would have been out of character
with his personality if he did not do the unusual.
But Secretary of Defense Marshall is a scldier,
made of tougher fibre, and when he names a
woman to one of the highest defense posts it is
a seal and stamp that womanhood has reached
that maturity in our public pattern where it can
no longer be ignored even for the toughest of
jobs.
But there is also a Jewish angle to the story.
It gives the lie to those alarmists who had been
complaining that the time had passed when a
Hold And Dross
Professor Albert Einstein i= v ,,
model of gentility in his personal^ ^ J
But we are sure those qualities I ^
the motivation behind his recpn. [6 no1 ok
twenty-year-old Jewish scientist R^ to'
whom he r-nlleH r,r, ^k,.;_... V Meuben fi,
us.but,
FOUL DELIVERY
Jew could rise to highest government positions.
When an immigrant-born American of Jewish
extraction, can reach the pinnacle in government
services at a time of hysteria and fear we can be
sure that the influence of the bigots is lessening.
The scientific field is quile alien to
must assume that when a youno m
such amazing praise from the wJ*
scientiiic thinker he must surely Z\
young man, according to the father nf ft -
is destined to make great contribution/^
kind s scientific knowledge. This of H
pleasing prospect for the future For A*"'
we are wondering whether the element^
famed the Jewish name because of the d*lJ
activities of another Gold will qive .*jj*1
some credit for the real Gold in our midst
Young Gold is yet to pen his mark in
history. We hope the humane letter he mi
Einstein will influence him in directions other*
science alone. Certainly it would be weDdl
to remember that so great a mind and
as Einstein invoked God's blessing for his "ii
forward, for science and all humanity." Ataf
when scientific inventions are being turnedu
weapons of..destruction of man and civilaatjm]
is well to remember the higher moral on
the universe. Otherwise we are doomed to pen
It is precisely because Einstein has~bea|
moral voice of our age that he holds so w
and respected a place in the world today. Ya
Gold has the background to emulate the i
master.
Gables Center To ^?"\T !?}!
Dedicate New Wing
Dedication ceremonies for the
recently completed annex to the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
be held on Sunday. December 3,
the first night of Chanuka.
Following the blessing of the
Mezuzahs by Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, spiritual leader of the cen-
ter, Cantor Joseph W. Malek.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. the Center
Choir and the Choral Group of
the Daily Hebrew School, will
offer the Chanuka blessings and
hymns of dedication.
Herbert Gelernter, president o'
the center, Mrs. Ralph Bargteil.
tpal if the religious school,
and Joseph Hurwitz, principal of
the Daily Hebrew school will ac-
cept keys to the classrooms which
will seat another hundred boys
and girls, During the Chanuka
cerei in eight foot electric
Ml :; 11 ah will be lit on the p
in addition to the traditional
to be I ::i the
pie.
Invitations havi bi i n sent to
nayor of Coral Gable:
cials and guests to attend the
ex< rrisi Mrs, [,ee Elman, <;) lir-
man of the bazaar committi
announce the official results of
the week-long bazaar starting
November 27 and closing on the
eve of Chanuka.
With U-M Symphony
Erica Morini, renowned woman
i violinist, will be guest soloist with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra on Sunday,
November 19. at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium, and on
Sunday, November 20, at the Mi-
ami High School Auditorium.
| Both concerts will begin at 8:30
p.m.
The noted artist has toured the
United States from coast to coast
' over 15 times playing her precious
1 instrument, the Davidoff Stradi-
.' varius made in 1727.
At the local concerts Miss
Morini will play the Max Bruch
conterto and the orchestra will
offer Henry Hadley's In Bohemia
and Brahms' Symphony No. One.
Pot Of Gold Will Be
Feature Of Meeting
A Pot of Gold gimmick, con-
ceived by Mrs. Ida Optner. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Women, will be a feature
of the meeting to be held Tues-
i day, November 21, at 1 p.m. at
the Sagamore Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Irving Lchrman will speak
on "Our Children Look to Us,"
Regional Hadassah
Sponsors Institutes
Florida Region of Hadassah is
sponsoring a series of one-day
leadership institutes, according to
an announcement by Mrs. Murry
Grossman, regional president.
First of these institutes was
held in Tampa on Tuesday. An-
other was held at the Monte Carlo
Hotel, Miami Beach, on Wednes-
and B'nai B'rith Girls No. 4 of I day, and future sessions are slated
Miami Beach will entertain with
vocal selections.
Regional ZOA Leaders
To Address Meet Here
"The conference of the South-
eastern Region, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, to be held here
December 1 to 4, will feature two
important luncheon sessions at the
Ritza Plaza Hotel." Seymour B.
Liebman, conclave chairman,
said.
Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham.
Ala., past president of the region,
will preside over the session on
Sunday, December 3, at which
time a "Membership Clinic" is
scheduled. On Monday. December
4. A. B. Waldauer. of Memphis,
Tenn., will preside at the lunch-
-"i .-;: hi. which will feature a
"Workshop on Israel Projects."
Conference headquarters will
be the Vanderbilt Hotel, accord-
ing to Alex Van Strauten. presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Zionist
District and he added that reserv-
ations for any of the sessions ma>
be made by calling the Zionist
office. 58-4643.
Free Sons Of Israel
Will Hold Party
Louis D. Brandeis Lodge No.
199 of the Free Sons of Israel arid
its auxiliary will hold their third
annual membership party on Sat-
Novi iber 1H. at 8:30 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Y.
Mrs. David J. Zangwill, mem-
bership chairman, is in charge
of arrangements. Mrs. Bernard
Br-ust is program chairman.
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
speak on "The Modern Jew." Milt
March of WMBM "Operation
March" will act as master of
ceremonies. Highlight of the eve-
ning will be a ten-act amateur
talent show with a prize awarded
to the best performer. Judges will
be Dona Dane, singing star of
stage, radio and television; Bud
Wyle, producer at WTVJ, and
George Malone. popular pianist.
I President of the auxiliary, Mrs.
! Samuel Gordon will speak on
"The Auxiliary Acts," and Presi-
| dent Leslie C. Rome of the parent
lodge will speak on "Freesonism."
Music will be provided by Morry
and His Musical Moderns.
Tfereth Israel Ladies
To Hold Latke Party
Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel
Congregation will sponsor a
Chanuka latke party on Sunday.
December 3. at 7:30 p.m. at 4316
N.W. 7th Ave.
Proceeds will go toward the
organization's building.
Miamians Attend
Synagogue Meet
Rabbis Max Shapiro and living
Lehrman are heading the Miami
delegation at the 1950 national
biennial convention of the United
Synagogue of America convening
at the Willard Hotel. Washington,
D. C.
Other Miamians attending the
for Dayton Beach on Friday,
November 17. and San Juan,
Puerto Rico on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 21.
Heading these institutes is Mrs.
Juliette T. Ashner, national
Hadassah institute chairman, who
has been with the organization,
since 1926. During the past five
years she has initiated and con-
ducted speakers' institutes in 21
regions throughout the country.
Other participants at these ses-
sions will be the Mesdames Alex-
ander Kogan. Barney Weinkle.
Sidney Lefcourt, Sol Leslie and
Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Leo
Levin is chairman of the Greater
Miami area.
Rabbi De Koven To
Address Institute
Rabbi Ralph de Koven
will
meet include Mr. ancT Mrs." Ben P^eSC1l the ,third, '1 the series of
Zion Ginsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Al- n Jewlsh Literature"
fred Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Macey
Kronsberg and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man.
Keynote messages will be de-
livered by Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
president of the Jewish Theo-
Coral Gables Sisterhood
Plans Week-Long Bazaar
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center is completing plans
for a week-long bazaar, to be
held at the center from November
26 through December 3.
Mi s. Lee Elman is general
chairman, and Mrs. Max Messer,
co-chairman.
November 29 Designated
Beth David Women's Day
Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor individual card parties
at the homes of members on
Wednesday. November 29. In
addition, a joint congregation af-
fair will be held at the synagogue
in observance of the event.
1 Thanksgiving Dance
The Miami Beach Y will spon-
I sor a Thanksgiving eve barn
, dance on Wednesday, November
22. at 8:30 p.m.
The social committee and 30-40
; Age Club have planned the pro-
| gram which will include square
I dancing, contests, games and en-
tertainment. Music will be pro-
vided by Jack West and his or-
chestra. Tickets are available at
I the Y.
logical Seminary of America and
Samuel Rothstein, president of the
United Synagogue of America.
Rabbi Lehrman, a member of
the executive committee of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America,
is also participating in a special
convocation called by this group
to take place in Washington on
Wednesday. November 15.
the Adult Jewish Institute on
Wednesday. November 22. His
subject will be "Sholem Alei-
chem: The Jewish Mark Twain?"
The adult institutes meet on
Monday and Wednesday from 8 to
10 p.m. at Beth David Congerga-
tion and offer courses in Hebrew,
Yiddish. Jewish history and liter-
iure. There is no tuition fee.
Schwartz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Samuel
M. Schwartz, formerly of Miami
Beach, who died in an airplane
crash on October 28. 1949. will
take place Sunday, November 19,
at 3:30 p.m at Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Miami Beach Night Club
Owner, Showman, Dies
Danny Davis, Miami Beach
snowman and night club opera-
tor, was found dead in bed last
Thursday in his home in the Cyn-
thia Apartments, Washington Ave.
and 21st St., Miami Beach.
Davis, who was 52, was the.
husband of Kitty Davis, for whom
the Miami Beach night club on
Alton Rd. operated by the Davises
is named.
Death is believed to have been
officiating. Survivors include his
widow, one son. we daughter one r?U"d b>' :' "*& hemorrhage.
ne Davis returned Tuesday night
from a trip to New York at which
sister and two brothers. Mr
Schwartz was a member of the
Miami Beach Elks. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Relatives
and friends are requested to be
present.
Turkey Time Fete
University of Miami Hillel will
present a turkey time program on
Wednesday, November 22, at 7:15
p.m.
he arranged bookings for the
,\y Davis Airliner club, sched-
uled to reopen December 9.
Born in New York, Davis for-
merly operated, with his wife,
night clubs and bars in Chicago.
In addition to his wife, he is sur-
vived by a son. Kenneth, a night
club sinser and master of cere-
monies now working in New
York; his mother, two brothers
and three sisters.
Hebrew School
To Seat Leaders I
Installation services for
newly elected officers and 1
of directors of the Miami Hd
School and Congregation willti
place Sunday, November
p.m. at the building at 1101fl
12th Ave.
To be installed are Wil
Weintraub. president: Hen
Glantz, first vice president;!
Kleber, second vice presid
H. M. Drevich, third vice pri
dent; Jack Stone, treasurerrl
Joseph Schwadron, financial i
retary; Mrs. Edward L. Bec^
recording secretary.
Members of the honorary 1
of directors are Mrs. Sarah!
Gershon August. Hyman
farb, William Clein. Sam
and Adolph Feldman.
Board of directors ind
Max Apfelbaum. Edward
Becker, Sam Cohen, Herfe
Feldan, Ellis Gordon, Sam.
toff. Mrs. Sam K itott Did
Meltzer, Mrs. David Meluer.J"
Sophie .Mo-s, Fred Ochs. !j
Fred Rosenthal, Harry Sheftj
Rutanskv. Leo Sheiner.
Schulwolf. Ben Sok
Sokoloff. Mrs. Jack Stone
Mrs. William Weintraub.
Becker is chairman of the <
ning's ceremonies. Rabbi S"
April, spiritual leader of thtojj
gregation, will be the instt
officer and deliver an adf
Cantor Berele Kelemer is
charge of the musical porWM
the program and will be assa"
by Mrs. Berele Kelemer. *J
Sokoloff is in charge of reW
ments.
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Lv NOVEMBER 17, 195Q
.thern Zionist Youth Director To
rhli^ht Young Judaea Conclave
f ,., M Popkin, director of -
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Miami from November 24
t' Youth Commission, has
"*fldd trip to confer with
_~>hrr 4. Violin" a""'"1-'
SfSirMM of .he local
fcmi"-'
thern Inter Regional
...Youth Commission, will
fcst-^i from November 24
l')rr 4, Cantor Safnuel
out
I.
. ," and ZOA leaders.
lin will a'80 meet Wlth
vouth groups and speak at
;,i, Florida Young Judaea
UZ to be held at Camp
hi November 24 to 26. His
[will be -Philosophy of
ne Ju,! '" .
Jfnrmer newspaper reportei
Lucat:-nal counselor. Popkin
l' v..nth activities for
He coordinates,
and organizes Young
Ipt groups, Junior Hadassah
fcasada chapters and units of
tnter-C'ollegiate Zionist Fed-
o|h-al Women
,j,' Da nee
topical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
ten will sponsor a dance in
Ir (1f II"' 107th anniversary of
|i B'rith on Sunday, Wovem-
[ at it p.m. at the Sorrento
S'Miami Beach
I ihe affair are Mrs.
Ch Feldman and Mrs. Stanley
we Mi William Woolf and
tta are in charge
i Sam Rose and
Laibson are handling
Its,
oration of America.
Popkin, a 1939 graduate of the
University of Georgia, did grad-
uate work in journalism at North-
western University. He was an
educational and vocational coun-
selor for the U. S. government,
working as a civilian employee at
the War Department Personnel
and Separation Center, Camp
Gordon, Ga. and the U. S, Army
General Hospital, Augusta, Ga.
Other highlights of the weekend
will be movies of last year's con-
clave, shown by Joseph Pardo,
former chairman of the Young
Judaea Leaders' Council and
member of the board of directors,
Miami Beach Zionist District.
Services Friday night will be con-
ducted by Beersheba Senior
Judaea; Saturday morning serv-
ices by Chaim Weitzmann Senior
Judaea and Havdollah by Beth
El Seniors.
Any Jewish boy or girl inter-
ested in attending the meet is
sked to call 58-4643.



Radio Workshop for Democracy cast prepares special dramatization of
dom" for broadcast over station WMIE on Sunday, November 19, at 8 p.m
Lowell Thing. Bob Brenner, M. J. Berliner, Robert Baron, who will serve
trude Marx, co-director. Vic Knobloch and Lennie Aronoff.
"A Measure of Free-
. Shown (1. to r.) are
as narrator, Mrs. Ger-
imi Zionists To
d "French Nite"
. lect the girl with
|, la" will highlight
Young Zionists
I French Nite" to be
. November 18. at
Hotel, Miami
Ih.
j nt will include
I singer, Fred Roy;
r. y, Cuban violinist;
ater, Mel and Ray,
I il dance team; and a
[of can can dancers.
Ichacl Marvinand and his or-
ltr.1 will provide music for
ling.
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families
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Marriage Announced
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Meidenberg.
825 Alton Road. Miami Beach,
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Marilyn, to Wallace
F::t-diander. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Friedlander. 1206 Douglas
Road. Coral Gables.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff per-
formed the double-ring cere-
mony, which was followed by a
reception at the Sky Club.
Mrs. Paul H. Meidenberg. the
bride's sister-in-law. served as
matron of honor. Ronald Fried-
lander was best man for his
brother.
The former Miss Meidenberg is
a graduate of Miami Beach High
.1 and attended the Walsh
School of Business Science. Mr.
[lander attended schools in
Newark. N. J. and Miami Beach.
He is now serving as a corporal
in the army ;>nd := en route over-
seas.
Marilyn Gastfriend
Affianced To
Alvin Budner
Announcement is being made of
the betrothal of Miss Marilyn
Gastfriend to Alvm Budner.
Daughter of Mrs. Ruth Gast- \
' friend and the late Morris f
Gastfriend. formerly of Pilts-
I burgh, the bride-elect graduated |
from Miami High School and
She.la Lewis
Sheila Lewis Will
Wed Denver Doctor
and Mrs. J. -Gerald
e the igement of their
Shi U Cai ilini to Dr.
B. Lehrburgtr ui Denver.
Col son of the late Mr. and
Carl Lehrbur;!': of New
'
Iding will take place
Decei i 28 at the home I I
ents on DiLido I
. Beach.
Beth David Women Plan
Membership Campaign
-. David Sisterhood is form-
for an intensive
. p campaign. Members
embe hip cemmitti
eeh the >n le f Mrs.
H rry La if< r, 2121 S.W. 21st St..
tline the drive.
tl meeting were
Herbert Sher, Ira.
51 E. D Mi Lawrence
Sii Ph lip Coe, Harry
in, Samuel D
. David Rabsnowitz
Saul Chaftez
Flagler-Granada Women
To Sponsor Card Party
Women's Activities Group of the
-Granada Jewish Center
insor a fund-raising card
party on Saturday. November 18.
at 8:30 p.m. at the center. 50 N.W.
51st Place, according to Mrs. Ben
Clein. chairman.
Mrs. S. B. Kawolsky. chairman
of the affair, announces that table
prizes will be awarded and re-
freshments served. Assisting he*r
with arrangements are Mrs. Moe
N i ielman. Mrs. Jack Whitman
and Mrs. Aaron Rothman.
Proceeds will go towards the
completion of the group's class-
room building.
Auxiliary To Elect
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
elect officers at its meeting on
Monday. November 20. at 1:30
p.m. at"Douglas Gardens. 150 N.E.
53rd St. Mrs. Sidney L. Wein-
traub will preside.
Judge Harold B. Spaet. presi-
dent of the home. Mrs. Benjamin
Appel. president of the Miami
B<-aoh auxiliary, and Leo Allen.
lirector of the home, will par-
ticipate in the program.______
|L| 1
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. HWB ^fr%jgfr
- r! 1 J

Marilyn Gastfriend
attended the University of Miami,
where she was a member of
Gamma Alpha Chi sorority.
Mr. Budner is the son of Mr. !
and Mrs. Sol Budner of Miami
Beach. A graduate of Miami
Beach High School, he attended
the University of Miami and
served with the U. S. Coast Guard
abroad for two years. He is now ;
vice president of Tropical Lodge,
B'nai B'rith.
In the photo are (1. to r.) Mi. Tina Katz. Mrs. Abe Aronw
Mrs. Goldman, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Leonore Cutk
president of Sholem Women.
Sholem Women Fete Mrs. Goldman
Sholem Women of B'nai B'rith
held an informal reception Mon-
day night at the home of Mrs.
Abe Aronovitz, 2450 S.W. 2nd
Ave., in honor of Mrs. Frank
Goldman, wife of the internation-
al president of B'nai B'rith.
Officers and board members of
all B'nai B'rith organizations in
the area were invited to attend
the affair. Mrs. Goldman gave an
informal talk on her trip abroad
and concluded with the reading
of original poetry.
Among those present were Mrs.
1 Louis Glass.- president ,
Dade County Conference of fa
ish Women's O. riamzatjons; 1
Ida Optner, president ottfeL
. ami Beach Chapter; Mrs l3
Katz. deputy of the Grandl
No. Five: Mrs. Jennie Gm
former president of SholemWa
I en; Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, pti
dent of the Co: .1 Gables Chaw
Mrs. Isaac Levin, first pre:
of Sholem W men; Mrs. |_
Rand, past president of Shol
Women.
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Store hours: 9:30 to 5:30
Telephone: 3-1141
Bring the Youngsters
to visit
TOYLAND
ACROSS THE BRIDGE. FOURTH FLOOR
Ride Santa's Merry-go-round
Sholem Women Will
Hold Theatre Fete
Sholem Women of B'nai B'rith I
, will sponsor a theatre party at
the Miracle Theatre on Monday
and Tuesday. November 20 and :
21, according to an announcement
by Mrs. Leonore Curtice, presi-
dent.
Screen attraction will be the
comedy, "The Jackpot." starring
James Stewart and Barbara Hale. |
Tickets may be obtained from
, Mrs. David E. Alterman and Mrs.
Frank Toback.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
l organization's extensive program
' at Pratt General Hospital.
TWENTY-THIRD SEASON ... 1950 1951
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMTH0NY OUNESTM
MODESTE ALLOO. Conductor
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Card Party Planned
The new Brana Rudich Chapter
I of Pioneer Women in conjunction
I with the Medinah Chapter will
I sponsor a card party on Thursday,
', November 30. at 8 p.m. at the
t Sagamore Hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Nora Simon and Mrs.
j Rosemary Gerson Kaplan are co-
1 chairmen of the event.
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desserts. Remember ..
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950
+Jenist) Flcridlian
PAGE 7 A
Personally Speaking
Babbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff have returned from a
brief trip to New York where they attended the unveilings in
memory of their mothers. While in New York Rabbi Mescheloif
conferred with Rabbi Alexander Rosenberg, director of the
fjcticnal Kathruth Commission, to complete details for super-
vision of the Strath-Haven Hotel and arrangements for the
endorsement of the Union of Orthodox Congregations in the
field of local kashruth supervised by the Beth Jacob Vaad
Hckashruth, of which the rabbi is executive director.
^* "^ ^r*
Sam Friedman and his children have returned from Cleve-
land, Ohio, where they spent the summer.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stitsky, 1850 Coral Gate Drive, announce
the birth of a daughter on Sunday, November 12, at Mount Sinai
Hospital. Mrs. Stitsky is the former Naomi Machtei, daughter
of Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei of this city. Mrs. Harry Stitsky,
the baby's paternal grandmother, arrived in Miami Monday to
welcome her new grandchild and is the houseguest of the
Machteis. Naming ceremony will be held Saturday morning
at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation.
* '
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ravitz, their daughter, Ellen, and her
children, have moved into their new home, 345 Fairway Drive,
Normandy Shores.
* *
Visiting in New York and other Northern points are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Wilson of West Palm Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner of West Palm Beach have as
their houseguests Mrs. Gruner's brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. William Schwartz, of Belle Harbor, Long Island.
* *
Arriving in Miami this weekend to make their home here
after a year's stay abroad are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schindler
and their children, Roger and Vicky. Mr. Schindler was af-
filiated with the Israel National Airline, and the family lived in
Israel, Paris and Rome. En route to the United States, they
stopped in London to visit friends. Prior to their arrival here,
the Schindler family will stop in Atlanta to visit with Mr.
Schindler's sister, Mrs. Dan Goldhagen, and her family. Mr.
Schindler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler. 614 N.W.
31st St.
Dr. Blumenthal
To Address New
West .Miami PTA
The newly organized Parent-
Teacher Association of the West
Miami Jewish Center will hold
its first general membership
meeting Wednesday, November
22, at 8 p.m. in the center build-
ing at 5720 S.W. 17th St., West
Miami.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Sey-
mour M. Blumenthal, consulting
psychologist. A specialist in the
diagnosis and treatment of emo-
tional problems of both adults and
children. Dr. Blumenthal was
professor of psychology and con-
sulting psychologist at the Uni-
versity of Miami. His topic will be
"The Development of the Child
at Home and at School."
In charge of the evening's pro- i
gram are the Mesdames Pearl;
Stack. Evelyn Bolner. B. Klein!
and Helen Rosman, chairman.
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screened veranda, furnished, very
nice location. Adults. Very
Reasonable. Ph. 82-5857, Mrs.
Gerbert, 228 S.W. 23rd Road.
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Experienced in Leading
Hospitals in New York
Call 5-1682
Nursery Parents
Organize PTA
A special meeting of all the
parents of children attending the
nursery at the Miami Jewish
Community Center was held last
Thursday night and a parent-
teacher group formally organized.
Mrs. Leo Alpert, chairman of the
youth committee, presided.
Miriam Ephraim, program di-
rector of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, was guest speak-
er. She called attention to the fact
that the nursery deals with the
child individually but in a group
work setting, teaches a child how
to get along with other children
and urged the parents to take a
greater interest in the school in
order to better understand their
children.
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Jewish Centers Association, and
Gus Jacobson. executive director
of the JCA, spoke.
LARGE ROOMTWIN BEDS
Separate Entrance and Bath
Kosher Meals if Desired
Phone 9-0070
North Shore Units
To Hold ADL Nite
North Shore Lodge and Wom-
en's Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will be
joint sponsors of a community-
wide "ADL Night" on Monday,
November 20, at 8:15 p.m. in
Temple Beth Sholom Banquet
Hall.
Anti-Defamation League chair-
man, Samuel Weinfeld, and Leo
Steinman co-chairman, in co-
operation with Gilbert Balkin.
regional director of ADL State of
Florida, will present two films
entitled, "Boundary Line," and
"Songs of Friendship.
The speaker of the evening will
be Miami Beach Councilman
Burnett Roth, and a musical pro-
gram will be presented by the
choral group known as the "Mas-
ter Singers."
Services Dedicated
To Gables JWV Post
Services at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center on Friday, Novem-
ber 17, at 8:15 p.m. will be
dedicated to the Coral Gables
Post of the Jewish War Veterans,
according to an announcement by
Melvin Morris, post commander,
who will speak briefly. The group
will post the colors at the rites.
Tickets for the University of
Miami Box Theatre production
of "On Borrowed Time." to be
sponsored by the post on Wednes-
day, December 6, are still avail-
able and may be purchased from
any member or by calling Morris
at 48-3177 or Murray Solomon
at 83-4334.
Next meeting of the unit will
be held Wednesday, November
22, at 8:15 p.m. at Brunswick
Bowling Alleys, 220 N.E. 13th St.
Bowling will follow the short
business meeting.
This scene is typical of the activities included in the program
of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Nursery School. Housed in the
religious school building, the school is maintained and supervised
by the center sisterhood. Here they are shown making the blessing
over the Sabbath candles, which opens their weekly Kiddush party.
Kott Takes Over Hotel
The Adams Hotel at Park Ave.
and 21st St., opposite Collins Park,
is now under the direction of
Seymour H. Kott, young hotel
executive, also active in New
York.
The Adams offers single and
double rooms, as well as efficiency
apartments. In addition, connect-
ing rooms are available for
patrons desiring large accommo-
dations.
Pioneer Women's Unit
Will Meet Tuesday
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach will meet Tues-
day, November 21, at 8 p.m. at
Kneseth Israel, according to Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, president.
The group is making plans for
a Chanuka latke party to be held
at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday,
December 5. Proceeds are ear-
marked for the children's building
fund.
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Barton's Incomparable chocolates In a
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chocolate coins, a big Aleph-Bet choco-
Jate bor, assorted gift candies and a
plasti: drodel for Chanukah spinning.
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Barton's 38 stores are closed
on the Sabbath and all Jewish holidays.
BARTON'S SWEET-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB
For those very special people on your gift list. Each month (except
July and August) a different Barton's assortment arrives in your
name, starting in December with handsome holiday box. Choose
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C 6 lib. assortments $11.95
Upon request. Barton's Sweet-of-the-Month Club membership can
start with Menorah Box instead of regular holiday box.
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Bamboo Basket 1 lb.
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FRIDAY, NOVF
Center To Launch
Film Forum Series
First of a series of film forums
to be held at the Miami Jewish
C nter is slated for Tuesday,
November 21. at 8 p.m., accordinu
to Mrs. Samuel Gertman, chair-
man.
Under the topic of ''Freedom
nnd Peace." Dr. H. Franklin
lliams, vice president of the
University of Miami, will lead the
dicl-sion on the March of Time
"Atomic Power."
The forums will take place
every other Tuesday at the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Senter.
Scheduled are:
Docembt r 5, Community and
Human Relations. Dr. Miller A.
F. Richie, speaker; 'Make Way
tor Youth," film:
December 19. JudaismToday
and Tomorrow. Rabbi Leon
nish, speaker: "Of These Our
People," film:
lary 2. Parental Authority
in the Family. Rev. Joseph Barth.
speaker: film to be announced;
lary Ui, Physical Education
m .--': .: :.-. Mu: i is M.,cLemore
s-peaker. film to be announced:
January no. Business, Labor and
! Security. William B.
Wi vi r, so.aker: "A Natii n In-
I." film:
'". : .. 13, C '
1 Medicin i > 3 el l Sert-
Reuben ':'. nd,
k( i: "Mi : I Medicine,"
2 G bl !.'.. Ci i -
I Polil
H S .
Life," 1
......
i ilonel
Fiank Dui r; "We,
film.
U-M Homecoming
Set For Nov. 22
November 22 will mark the
opening of the annual Home-
coming weekend at the University
of Miami, with Wednesday pro-
claimed as University Day by the
Dade County commissioners and
the mayors of Coral Gables, Mi- ,
ami and Miami Beach.
University Day means open
house on all campuses for the
general public as well as visiting
alumni. Guides will conduct tours |
starting from the Student Club on j
the main campus to the many ,
.displays and exhibits provided by .
j the various departments. Last j
year more than 8,000 persons from I
Greater Miami visited the campus I
I on University Day.
Guest and alumni registration
will be held in the lower lounge |
of the Student Club, where a
model replica of the campus will
be on display. Also in the lounge
will be an exhibit sponsored by
the speech department.
The library, bookstore and art
Malave Malke Slated
Chevrah Mishanyos of Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah will hold its
first Malave Malke of the season
on Saturday. November 18. at the
social hall of the synagogue.
Herbert Gelernler. president of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, presents the keys to the center's new classroom annex
to Mrs. Ralph Bargtei!. religious school principal, as Rabbi Morris
A. Skop, the grouo's spititual leader, looks on. Dedication of the
annex is s)ated for the first night of Chanuka.
Obituaries
JACOB GREEN

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iloinl Ho wa.< II
H lioupe uw ii- ;. ste \ i\
> 1 Nathan.
itiKhtei s. Mr- Kai nli Vli
i Mr* viii (ioklmnn; .0-.,.
>i. {tabbl lioron ix ofl
'. >** which weri
ml Rlvi di lerment f
Ml Slim
MORRIS BERKOWITZ
v.. : 310 Mi i cli I .'.'.'. |Mll KPd
week !( ... i from
Mi .. i : in.-i. Mas* n il li
will Katie, i u sons, Aliram and
H one da iRhti r, Mi* J< tti
e He .( :i ii inhi r f Reth
ngi me Ion Tl* n main* iv ere
-.....lonton fo ntei
I i he l!l> el nidi Memoi lal
el, Mi.en Beach.
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cajjn
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fork
mun'i
nml
h ,i .
Hi.in,
'emi
away
eame
Gordon Puni i: I lome
elllel
ROSE SIMON
on Novi naher 5
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n 11
t | \ I. p Mill hit, : I ,:.
ISAAC CHERNOFF
S \V. fith SI |HiKWd ;i.y
three
. Mr. Chernoff came from Mew
i 'ii\ Hi wra* -i member i-r Wo k.
I 'In le, Branch B99, Sur\ b on
lie Ins wife ivila, two Bonn, Max
Nnthan of New York Servk-ei
icteil by (lordon Punera
ANN
No\ i inher
She llveil
from New
GOLDENBERG
S.W Il i) St., i
12 after a lrn*th>
hei. ten year* anil
Fork. Survivors In-
clude her hunband Jack; a son Uavld:
a ilaimhi.i. Mr. Bleauoi Kumln. >'f
nnd two c nndi hlldren. also
r, Julia !'" ol New Vork.
. ei e held at the Gordon
inn. .il Home with interment in .mi.
Sinai,
Dr. Crane To Speak
Dr. George W. Crane.. nationally
known psychologist and news-
paper columnist, will speak on
"Horse Sense in Marriage" Sat-
urday. November 18, at 8 p.m. at
Dinner Key Auditorium under
the auspices of the Marriage and
Family Council of Miami.
gallery will be open t ,
in the Merrick ZZ^
KthwSeSex&i
Memorial classroom bHn?the
be the Hispani,.-AmtH'dln8*>U
tute exhibit, and Ktd2*
work done at the univerritv?' 0l
perimental farms and fS-f*
search laboratories. Connl *
movies will be show *TT
Beaumont Lecture hall
MIAMI "
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Memo I pi VI

rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsk-y
818 Michigan Arenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
WILLIAM MELBERG
Mi Id I; n Ave.,
Vlon ticello, N .i panned
].. II, leaves I
Si tarl
I hi* *i t to H.....k-
nil by'
Mlnnii
FRANK WOLF
lelle l*le. a
->] away
'i 7. Hi to Al anil
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i \ daiightei
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i. ... .. threi
' n .- Vnirelei The i emaln*
' lo Wa hlnBton, I c\, foi
and enl bj (loi
neral Home,
MRS. JENNIE KAZKEWITZ
. \\ :.ih si pniun 'I away
N< v- mb'er ; 2 She cami i.- thi
!,, and li i
hi I ill :i m>n Walter
K. ;. ,,f Miami threi dauarhten
Eva 1:1;, Mi- I i. -.. 1 > n Berrln,
Miami ., i:.l Mi -. Kophli And<
I ka Sei ricei wen held .it her
i wil l, l:... b Mun ay Ora
- Intel i fi ii Mi.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
You art* eordiatty invited to attend
The GALA PREMIERE
of
PLAZA
So. End Washington Ave.
Theatre
Miami Beach
5-2302
Look For the 2-Story White
Building
THURMOND
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MARKERS $35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
STARTS FRIDAY. NOV. 17. 4:30 P.M.
Starring
PAUL
BURSTEIN
and
LILIAN
LUX
;,: nM With the Well Known
FLORENCE HARRY
WEISS and GENDEL F
Plus the Sensational New Yiddish Film
"DESTINATION ISRAEL"
CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
A Great Event Is Awaiting You!
The Jewish Community of Greater Miami Will Celebrate
CAth Anniversary of the
Jewish National Fund
, With a Dinner on Sunday,
December 10th, at 6 o'clock
at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel
A Musical Program Has Been Arranged

DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
Member of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine will be
Guest Speaker
No Solicitations
Reservations J.N.F.
58-6464
Reserve the Date Ueeember MOth Celebrate This Oeeaaion With f*


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950
*Jmisiifkr*Man
Card Party Slated
A curd party and get-acquainted
cncia) Will be sponsored by Tropi-
cal Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Kman. 3471 S.W. 11th St.. I
nn Sunday, November 19, at 8
_m, it has been announced by!
gani Kessler, president.
Canasta and bride games will
bl, featured with ladies teams
competing against the men.
-p. lodge will meet Monday,
November 20, at 8:15 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Y.
. Zievc and William Herz-
brun will outline a program for
tju. completion of the 1950 mem-
p campaign which is due
t0 terminate on December 3.
Resumes Program
Afti r an extended vacation in
Milwaukee, Wis Harold Shapiro,
narrator t>f the "Builders of
Israel" radio program, will re-
sume his weekly broadcasts on |
Sundav. November 19, at 1:15 p.m. '
over station* WINZ.
Subject of his opening program
will be Martin Buber, philoso- i
phor. scholar and author of
[classidic talcs. Transcriptions of |
, ongs will illustrate the I
[dialogue. This will be the thirty-
seventh biographical sketch which
Ishapiio has narrated on the air as
a spi I feature of Morris
Yiddish Classical Hour.
_
PAGE 9 A
Plaza Opening
Set For Friday
Opening its doors on Friday
November 17, under new man-
agement is the Plaza Theatre. The
South Beach showplace will
feature a Yiddish film and vaude-
ville policy.
First screen attraction of the
year will be "Destination Israel
(De Weg Nach Israel)" with Is-
Paul Bnrstein
Lilian Lux
IHI
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ficulties encountered by a group
of homeless Jews attempting to
reach Israel, the picture has been
cited by-critics for its power,
eloquence and sincerity.
Popular Columbia Recording
Artist Paul Burstcin. familiar to
Yiddish theatre fans as Pesachke.
will headline the opening stage
show. Appearing with him will
be Lillian Lux, Florence Weiss
and Harry Gandel,
Burstein, who will be in charge
of the sta^e programs for the
entire season, announces that he-
has pacted such Yiddish theatrical
luminaries as Jennie Goldstein,
Menasha Skulnick, Moishe Oysher
and a host of other topflight en-
tertainers.
Musical director for the season
is Maurice Swerdlqw, renowned
composer and pianist.
The theatre is presenting a 15-
minute program to be called
"Plaza Theatre on the Air." This
program, which is part of Jacob
Schachter's Jewish Musical Hour,
is heard every Friday at 1:30 p.m.
Schachter's program is heard on
Wednesday from 1 to 1:30 p.m.,
Friday from 1 to 1:45 p.m. and
Sunday from 10 to 11 a.m.
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Speakers' Bureau
Brochures announcing the or-
ganization of a Speakers' Bureau
by the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict are being mailed this week
to approximately 100 organiza-
tions in the Greater Miami area,
according to Alex Van Straaten,
president of the Beach unit.
Seymour B. Liebman and Syd-
ney .1. Greenberg, co-chairmen of
the bureau, explained that the!
initiation of the program has been
prompted by the desire to estab-
lish a full series of topics/which
cover many basic concepts and
fundamentals which have not yet
been thoroughly understood by
the membership of various Jew-
ish organizations.
Serving on the bureau are Syd-
ney J. Greenberg, professor of
Hebrew at the University of Mi-
ami and principal of the Religious
School of Temple Beth Sholom;
S. A. Goodman, member, execu- |
tive, Southeastern Region ZOA;
] Mrs. Jacob J. Honig, member of
I the Speakers' Bureau of Hadas-
sah; Rabbi Jacob J. Honig, spirit-
ual leader. Hollywood Jewish
, Community Center and president.
j Hollywood Zionist District; Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader,
Temple Beth Sholom and mem-
b( r, executive. Southeastern Re-
Kion. ZOA: Rabbi Irving Lehr-
J man, spiritual leader, Miami
Beach Jewish Center, and mem-
ber, Speakers Bureau, UJA: S y-
mour B. Liebman, author of
numerous articles and brochures
on Israel and Judaism and pro-
j gram chairman. Miami Beach
I Zionist District: Joseph Pardo,
graduate. Brandeis Camp Insti-
tute, and member, board of di-
rectors, Miami Beach Zionist
district; Hy Pomerantz, director,
extension activities. Bureau of
Jewish Education; Gilbert Rappa-
port, chairman, Southeastern Re-
gion Young Zionist Districts and
co-chairman. Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth Commission; Burnett
Roth, member, Miami Beach city
council, and membership chair-
man, Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict; Louis Schwartzman, direc-
tor. Bureau of Jewish Education;
Simon Seiden, radio commentator,
and secretary, Miami Zionist Dis-
| trict; Harold Shapiro, radio nar-
rator of "Builders of Israel," and
honorary chairman, Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Greater
Miami: and Rabbi Max Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Beth David
Congregation and member UJA I
Speakers' Bureau.
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j municaiions should be addressed
to Mrs. Doris A. Pardo, executive
! secretary. Miami Beach Zionist
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*Jewls*ncrldlain
FRIDAY, NOVEMbpb
Prof. Urey, Woisgal To Address
III Dinner On December 0
Prof. Harold Urey, Nobel
Laureat prize winner, and Meyer
W. Weisgal, chairman of the
board of directors of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science will be
principal speakers at a dinner to
be given by the Greater Miami
UIT at the Blackstone Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach, on December 6, it has
been announced by Dr. Louis G.
Lytton, chairman.
Dr. Bowman F. Ashc. president
of the University of Miami and
honorary chairman of the local
committee. Dr. Malcom Ross and
Dr. Henry Williams have also
been invited to attend.
"The UIT" Dr. Lytton pointed
out. "receives its support in the
United States and Canada from
the American Committee for the
Hebrew University, the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science and the
Haifa Technion. The Hebrew Uni-
versity, the university of Israel
is now rounding out a quater-
ccntury of service to Israel and
the world. Its faculty members
and graduates have achieved
world renown for their accom-
plishments in scholarship and
science, in the training of teachers
and physicians, in the develop-
ment of new weapons in the war
against malaria and cancer. The
instiute. Israel's scientific in-
stitution, is dedicated to the de-
velopment of the scientific, agri- C||(vrl 14 Jill ISIIJI
cultural and industrial techniques ____.
which will make it possible for IMjlllS liil lll| IM'I
Israel to support its people in pians are now being formulated
prosperity and abundance. The bv the Greater Miami Chevra
Technion. Israel's institute of | Kadisha for a banquet to be held
technology, has produced most of; at Betn Ei Center on Sunday
the professional engineers now evenjng, November 29, according
holding key positions in industry ; to H M Drevich. president.
aud uR.rnmTL^AorT,xTo All rabbis affiliated with the
^e..b_V^'":j.,^^^:dr^wln I Greater Miami Cemetery Associa-
tion. as well as cantors and presi-
In training thi engineer, Technion
builds for Israel."
The following committees are
now in formation: the physicians
and dentists, a women's division,
architects and engineers, a law-
yers' division, hotel owners and
real estate, university division
and the radio, theatre and tele-
Vision.
Next meeting of the local UIT
Committee is scheduled to take
place Friday. November 17. at
p m. at the Blackstone Hotel.
Miami Beach, headquarters.
Greenberg Speaks
Sydney J. Greenberg. Jewish
educational leader, spoke on "The
-s. nee if Jewish Education
in the United States as a Result
of the Establishment of Israel"
at a meeting of the Miami Beach
Unit of Junior Hadassah on
Thursdav. November Hi. at 8 p.m.
at the Vanderbilt Hotel.
Janice Goldiner, membership
vice president, was recently
chosen delegate to the national
convention to be held in Atlantic
City over the Thanksgiving week-
end.
dents of their congregations have
been invited to be guests of honor
at the banquet, which will mark
Tes Vuv Kislev. Invited also are
the officers and directors of the
cemetery association, of which
the Chevra Kadisha is an affiliate,
the owners and managers of local
Jewish funeral homes, the officers
of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
and all members of the Chevra
Kadisha.
The proccdings will be con-
ducted entirely in Yiddish.
Serving on the banquet com-
mittee are H. M. Drevich. A.
Pepper, D. Singer. Sidney H.
Palmer, S. Schwartz and Mrs.
Stone.
Beth II To
Seat Leaders
Congregation Beth El and its
Sisterhood will hold their annual
installation banquet in the Dora
August Memorial Hall on Sunday
evening. November 19.
Officers and directors for the
, coming vear will be recognized
I at the rites, and Sidney H. Paln'cr-
congregation president, and Mrs. !
Jack Shapiro, sisterhood presi-1
dent, will report on activities of
the past vear. Rabbi Murray
Grauer will speak, and Cantor
Jacob Tambor will offer vocal
selections.
Reservations may be made by
calling the synagogue office at
I 9-3004.
Teen-Affe Council
Elects Levitt
Morris Levitt, president of the
AZA Chanter 322. was elected
president of the Miami Jewish
Communitv Center Teen-Age
Council this week. Others serving
with him are Sue Nelson, vice
president: Eileen Schumer. rec-
ording secretary; Joanne Hablow.
corresponding Secretary; Burton
Weiss, treasurer: and Joe Lewis,
seargeant-at-arms.
The council, composed of thir-
teen teen-age clubs meeting at
the center, acts an over-all plan-
ning and coordinating group. Its
member clubs sponsor weekly
teen-age dances on Tuesday eve-
nings.
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the Miracle Building Arcade, 226
Miracle Mile, on Saturday, No-
vember 18.
To be known as "The Get Ac-
quainted Shop," the store will
feature a complete line of greet-
ing cards and personalized gifts.
Masada House Party
Masada-Miami Beach Young1
Zionist District will hold a
"House Party Game Nite" on Sat-
Itfday, November 18 at 9 p.m. at
the home of Edith Solomon. 5355
LaGorce Drive. Miami Beach, for
fully paid members. Each member [
may invite one guest.
Co-chairmen. Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Grief, are in charge of ar-
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Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, or
call 5-0577.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950
Cemetery Group
Elects Drevich
II M. Drovich, pioneer Miami
resident and long-time leader in
religious circles, was unanimously
elected president of the greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Associa-
I i the organization's annual
Jaeeting at Beth El Center hist
Week.
Drevich, who has been identi-
fied ". iili the cemetery association
for the past 16 years, served as
., i Miami's First Ortho-
i longregation and was one
0[ its founders.
In recent years he was instrun
mental in founding the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
*Jenisti fleridiar
H. M. Drevich
and recently concluded a four-
year term as president of the
group. He was also one of the
founders of the Greater Miami
Chevra Kadisha and is currently
serving as president.
Drevich is also affiliated with
the Miami- Jewish Community
Center. B'nai B'rith. Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Free Loan Society
and numerous other religious and
philanthropic organizations.
Others elected to office were
Samuel Dickson, first vice presi-
dent; Sul Lesser, second vice
lent; Sidney H. Palmer, ex-
ecutive Wee president and secre-
tary: Abraham Pepper, treasurer.
.ng on the board of gover-
nors are Mac Apfelbaum, Ben
Socoloff, Philip Berkowitz, Na-
than Alexander, Abraham Kasow,
David Whitman. Leo Meyers.
Representing Sisterhood Chesed
Shel Ernes on the board of gov-
ernors are Mrs. S. Stone, Mrs. S.
Malek, Mrs. M. Kotkin.
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Balkin To Participate In Human Relations
Workshop In St. Petersburg Nov. 17, 18
1 thf ffida^elfoSl'orfic^Mthi lnK Jam" 8ond- Pi" County
1 Anti-Defamation "Isue^fB'nu p S N B'rith, will be a featured tSrti *?! ,'"" Gibbs Hi*h
College on Friday and Saturday k u,j 1 y evenn session to
November 17 and 18 !"' held '" b P-m-:it the St. Peters-
Purpose of the workshop is ,, .'''If ,'",'. H ?"?"& roomJ
demonstrate materials ni. mature demonstration and
an St'pT,SOriKg ,,hC- Workshop Florida will lead forum diicus-
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University of Florida, United
Cu u!hes of St- Petersburg and
the Florida regional ADL office.
Mrs. Paul W. Penningroth,
president of St. Petersburg Coun-
mm Picture in Your Mind."
Saturday at 10 a.m. in the col-
lege assembly room. Miss Mary
Newell Eaton, president of St.
Petersburg Women's Club, wi "
.L n i^of1^ Rclations and conduct a discussion on the theme
"Where Do We Go From Here?
principal of St. Petersburg Coun-
ty Day School, is serving as chair-
man.
The opening session, starting at
2 p.m. in the college assembly
room, will revolve around the
theme "The School, the Citizen,
and the Community." Moderator
of the panel discussion will be
Rabbi David L. Zielonka, profes-
sor of religion, University of
Tampa, with participants includ-
Balkin will demonstrate the
"Songs of Friendship" by Irving
Caesar, ad other classroom aids
for teaching human relations.
Final session, at 12:30 p.m. Sat-
urday, at the college student
union building will be devoted to
evaluation of the workshop and
prognosis for the future.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11 I'M JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
K(.R DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. NV, 136729
ELEANOR SULLIVAN, Plaintiff, vs.
FRANCIS SULLIVAN, Defendant.
Ti>: FRANCIS SULLIVAN
I55S North Sixth Sti i el
PHILADELPHIA PENN.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attorney and
i" file il......'hjlnal Answer In the
Office of the Clerk ol the Clrcull
Court on or before the imIi day ol
December, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the
Mill of Complain! ror Divorce hereto-
ton filed herein will be taken as
confessed by you.
DATED ul Miami, Florida, this 13
day ul November, 1950.
E. Li. LEATHERilAN,
Clerk of the Clrcull Court,,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By U.
Name and Addresa "f
Plaintiff's Solicitor
NORMAN K LYONS
914 < ilympla Building
.Miami, Florida.
II 17-L'l 12 1-8
C. FEIOE.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Cult DADE
COUNTY." IN CHANCERY, No.
13(737.
MARGARET SACKS, Plaintiff, va.
SYLVAN sacks. Defendant.
TO: SYLVAN sacks
. .1 Mrs. Mary Sacks,
3308 Green Spring Avenue,
Baltimore, Maryland
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a bill of complaint for divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required t> serve a copy of your
answer or. other pleading to the iiil
of complaint on plaintiff's attorney,
and file the original In the office :
the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or
before the imIi da) of Decembtr,
1930, otherwise n decree pro confesso
will I" entered URulnm you
DATED this 13th day i>f November,
1930,
K, I!. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Coul i Seal i
B) It. II. RICE JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
IRVING CYPEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
11/17-24 12/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring .....ngage In
is under the fictitious name of
GET ACQUAINTED SHOP at 236
Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
link of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GENE M. Bl >EN1N< IER
IRVING 11. LIFSET
MAX R. SILVER
Attoi ney for anpllcanta
922 Seybold Building
.Miami. Florida
11 17-^1 12 t-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ill,, undersigned deBli Ing to i n
is under the fictitious name ..r
Harold's Dellcatssen at 8188 S. W.
sili Street, West .Miami. Florida, In-
tends t" register said name with the
Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Pad.
County, Florida.
HAROLD SHAFFER
LIEBMAN A ROSEN
Attorneys for Applicant
|11/17-24 12/1-8 _________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 229
N. K. 70th Street, Miami. Florida, In-
tend to register said name with thi
clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
II. F. fJOLDBERGER
ELEANOR GOLDBBRGER
c iwnera
MAX it. BILVBR
Attorney for Applicants
:: Seybold Bldg,
Miami. Florida
11/17-24 12/1-S______________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT m| THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND Full DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
136713.
FRICD P1ERSON, formerl) know a
FRED PIESBACH, Plaintiff, against
EMMA PIESBACH, Deit-nduM.
YOU, KMMA PIESBACH address
unknown, are hereby notified thai a
i:.il ni Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint
on the plaintiff's attorney, max is.
SILVER, 922 Seybold Building, .Miami,
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading En the offli.....t' the Clerk
of the Clrcull Court on or before the
15th day of December 1930 n you
fail to do so. judgment by default will
lie taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this llth day ol November,
A.I'. 1930.
!:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
B) WM. W. STnCKINC,
Deputy Clerk.
MAX R, SILVER
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
11 17-24 IL' 1-8 ______________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIKCI'IT COURT I F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
136707,
MAE HEDLAND, Claim iff. vs.
DANIEL IIBDIjAND, Defendant.
I'ii DANIEL HEDLAND,
DEFENDANT:
You are required to serve a copy
.a your Answer to the lilll of Com-
plain) upon plaintiffs attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG I-'" Lincoln
Road, Mian i Beuoh, Flo Ida, ai
the original In the offl.....I the ilerk
of the "in mi Court on or before
December l". 1950; utheitvise, said
Hill will lie talon as .....fessed by you.
Ii.it. d this 11 day of Novi mbel.
A.I i. I960.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
(Mark of the Circuit Cou
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.
Deputy Cltrk.
11 17-24 12 1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NO I ICt IU v.nct/iiwr%o
iv THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25073.
In It. : ESTATE OF
MARY B ADELMAN
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Pel.....8 Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You, and each of von, are
mutied ami required to present am
elaims and demands which von. oi
either of you, may have agAftnsI the
estate of MARY B. ADELMAN. de-
, used, late of Miami. Hade County,
Florida to the Hon W. F. Blantoi
County Judge of Dade County,
file the same In lli" olfie
County Courthouse In Dad<
hereb]
and
in the
County.
ColllltV CollltlloUSe HI IMII.- loillliy.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from th. date "f the first publication
hereof". SaltT claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the coalm-
an! and to be sworn to and presented
.is aforesaid, or same will be barred.
s. Section t>0 of the IMS Pi obatt
11/10-17-24 12/1
Estate of Han B. Adeunan, Dao'd.
U/17-24 12/1-8
VoanjS Adults
Norman S. Pallot v. a. elected
president of the Young Adult
League of the Miami Jewish
Community Center at a
meeting ot the i
Others elected to office were
Seymour Hinkes, vice |
Esther Branson, recordii
tary; Harriet Rand, c i resp inding
secretary; Felicia Sommcrfeld,
up .vill sponsoi a dance
lay, November lii. at 8:30
p.m. at the center. Next me
ted for Mondav, November
20. at 8:30 p.m.
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I The Human Side Of Israel
By RUTH KARPF
(American Jewish Press Stajf Writer)
.mtrman of nn important men' club in the nation's capital ro*p
",. a.....rlcan Jewlan 1'rens Staff Writer Ruth Karpf recently.
'* *,' hall ninn:
.*^ '' n,, I, meet one of the moil aucceaaful young Journallata in the
.,.s. KiHh Kanif has always arrived with h.r typewriter Where
i ,| by the editor* of leading American newspaper! and
"tops" among foreign correspondents, Ruth Karpf has sp>n<
, ,',-v year since the- end of World War n abroad mini; stories
i'ory year Miu'e inc ciiii ui *,'iiw .ii 11 ai'ioaii mini; .stories
' i iii.' datelines from Paris lo Belgrade ami from Jerusalem to
Today she count.- nmone lor old friends Arab sliiuii* and
sters, Indian rajahs and Viet Namese guerillas, British
,i State. Fniuli philosophers, Ciech Industrialists ami Yugo-
-
fheiaraett conflict.
The state of Israel has just weathered its iirst cabinet crisis.
the process, described by political experts in Jerusalem as
linful but healthy, the young republic has shown the world
hat cfte" barely three years of existence, it is already a mature
lemocracy.
it i ls0
liBwiislh-IEIliDipidliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1950
SEC. B
Emma Lazarus Unit
Plans Thanksgiving
Dance November 22
Mothers Invited To Participate In
(vhanuka Preparation Institutes
Mothers of Greater Miami are and in Miami on the same day at
invited to participate in the an-,1:30 p.m.. at the Miami Jewish
A Thanksgiving eve dance will; nual chanuka Preparation Insti- Community Center.
the Emma | ,, to ^ sponsored by the B'nai The program will consist of
be sponsored
Lazarus Chapter, Business and I B,rith Women.s council and the
I rofessional Women. B'nai B'rith. | Burcau of Jewish Education, Thc
on Wednesday evening, Novem-
ber 22. at the Sorrento Hotel.
workshops on the significance of
Chanuka for the Jewish home, on
Chanuka songs, games and dec-
orations, and a demonstration on
institutes will be held on the
Beach on Tuesday, November 28.
Miriam Goldstein nresident u n .!cooking Chanuka delicacies,
nturiam uoiusiein, president, i at in arn. at the Miami Beach V. T .
and Deana Abrashkin. in charge T,,.kh rpnlpr orhn(1, allHilnrillm. ^ ,nc Buh ?' J^P" R-
Of arrangements, have announced I be featured speaker.
that proceeds from the afafir will
ndeigr
I
ought
given the first
m of democracy at
work to the par-
[1 i a m e n t s, the
[politicians and
line people of the
Middle East, who
[have watched in
silent fascination
|h o w problems
[that have haunt-
| (1 their countries
|for centuries and
continue to boil
aund in simmering rest-
were defined in public.
ut, and solved by com-
their tiny, amazing
leigl
,ple of Israel wrestled
Ljth basic issues that con-
today, democracy took
.-.ride forward in a
rea of the world.
I really are the issues?
The press has fluffed them off
"econ imic questions" and "re-
jous differences." They are
.hind the shell of these
hree-syllable words is a real
t. human story. I saw that
|t-cv lived in Israel.
It was Shabbat, a few days
cond truce collapsed.
Palmach captain had
ime fr im the Irontlines on Fri-
iv night to watch his mother
ihl the candles and father bless
. and the wine in a small
Tel Aviv sea shore. It
first time home from
lamp a seven weeks.
After dinner he kissed mother.
Ihook hands with father and left
I girl. Rinnah lived way
lit', in the northwest of the city.
II walk at least. As the
more to himself than to me. "And
I only have three hours."
Then he turned to me. "These
little life difficulties are more ini-
be used for the support of the
local B'nai B'rith youth training
j program.
Mai Malkin and his orchestra
Sigma Rho Chapter
Elects Officers
Arthur Charloff has been elected
w.l provide the music and Malkin ljdent of the sj Rho
will act as master of ceremonies, i chapter of AZA
Assisting Miss Abrashkin are
portant than they seem." he! Florence Goldman. Mollie Bres-
spelled out slowly. "They involve kin. Tina Fischer, Ethel Pont,
arge principles; and the con-
flicts over them will sharpen."
That was almost three years
ago.
I saw that same captain of the
Palmach again ,a few weeks later,
down in the sun-baked Negev.
The battle for the southern desert
had already been won. When he
recognized me, he put down the
area that he was pin-pointing,
looked out for a minute into the
Lillian Tickos. Edith Simmons.
Belle Small and Carol Tiegcr.
Jacobson To Speak At
Friday Evening Services
Charles R. Jacobson. executive
director of the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, will speak
at the Friday night services of
the First Jewish Congregation of
The faculty will consist of Mrs.
Leon Kronish. Mrs. Philip Freed,
and Robert Strassberg of the
Jewish Centers Association. In
town Rabbi Morris Skop will be
featured, with a faculty consisting
of Mrs. Elsie Steibel. Mrs. Olive
Sussman and Strassberg. An ex-
Others elected to office were hibit of menoiahs. decorations and
books for Chanuka is being pie-
pared by the Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood.
The committee on arrangements
consists of Mesdames Leonore
Curtice. Sally Wellins, Bernard
Hoffman. Melvin Benner. Ida
Optner. Ruth Bloom and Mr.
Louis Schwartzman.
vice president. Ed Camner; treas-
urer, Leonard Schwartz: secre-
tly. Stanley Bargteil: corre-
sponding secretary. Burt Weiss:
sergeant-at-arms. Stan Wellins:
reporter. Leonard Schwarts: par-
limentarian. Jerry Tillinger;
chaplain. Richard Jablon: and ad-
viser, Sonny Stillerman.
Sisterhood To Meet
A meeting of the Sisterhood of
Coral Gables. 1618 Poncede Leon the Miami Hebrew School and
hazy distance and then, as though Blvd. on Friday evening. No- Congregation is scheduled for
we had never broken off that dis- j vember 17. Subject of his address
cussion in the front of the Tel
Aviv taxi, he said:
"We'll work it out. Our parents
will learn to understand us and
we will learn to understand them.
We will find a synthesis, a work-
able and meaningful blending be-
tween our traditions and its forms
and our life and its realities. Both
are vital and we all know it. It's
just a question of finding the bal-
ance and keeping our tempers
until we do."
Behind the wrangling over cab-
inet posts, joint controls over
meat imports and channels of au-
thority in the schools, the real
issue at stake in the crisis was
the one the young Palmach cap-
tain defined, pin-pointing his
military map in the sun-baked
Negev ...
And the "economic questions?'
A tanned, brawny social worker
in the Histadruth's immigrant aid
will be "107 Years of Service to
Humanity."
Tuesday. November 21. at 1 p.m.
at the school building. 1101 S.W.
12th Ave.
Duntov To Speak
Joseph Duntov will speak on
"100 Years of Peretz" at the G >ld-
en Age Friendship Club meeting
Sunday, November 19, at 2:30
p.m. at the Miami Jewish Com
munity Center.
( department cleared that one up
Palmach captain left, his for me, in a five minute break
kid at the watch and he took between explaining to a
lid: "It's really very late, and, Roumanian pianist what the
II take you an hour to get < chances are for a scholarship at
| the conservatory in Jerusalem and
re ways of getting to '< showing a 17-year old Yemenite
's place more quickly," the j gjrl how to use knife and fork!
"When we were making plans
in the dream world of our ideas
and ideals, it seemed easy to
build up our state according to
a pattern. We thought then that
all the newcomers would want to
go back to the land, as we did. or
to the factories that turn out the
industrial goods we need.
"But since then we have
learned to face life as it really
is: men and women just don't fit
into a mold, not even our just and
human one. And we don't want
to force or even to pressure: our
people have had enough of that,
wherever they come from.
"We have found too, that our
people are full of all kinds of
hopes and plans and talents: and
we have learned that the best
thing in the long run is to help
them live out whatever is in their
minds and their hearts: just as
long as they don't hurt anyone
else or harm our young country.
It'll take constant watchfulness
to make sure that no one gets
hurt and things will go wrong
manv a time. "But"he pointed
to the Roumanian artist, almost
bald at middle age after five years
of concentration camp and the
almond-eved little Yemenite who
had turned up her veil as they
both bent over a Hebrew primer
on the desk"we'll work it ouU
he said. "Of that I have no doubt.
id. Father looked up.
h : ride," he said sharply.
pt's S ibbat."
with the captain. He
f and the corner, then
ixi. He was obviously
I as he gave the driver
1 s. "This is the first
seven weeks," he said,
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vJewlsti Her Mian
Co-Operative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIHBMAN
Mr, Ltebman, :i member "f the New York Bar Association, win soon
iii law in this area. Former director < the economic
n of the Zionist Oi on, he has written and lectured
- v-iv ..ii Israel and V.\ >nlsm He Is .. member the national board of
the L'nlted Synagogue o( America and is .1 member of the Miami Beach
'-" i*h Center, Mi Llebman Is program chairman <>f the Miami Be>aoh
Zionist Dlstrli t. THE EDITOR
The American sociologist. H. F. mune); 4) parents on a kvutza
Infield, after living in and study-
ing kvutzot for almost three years.
stated. "An ideal kvutza would
consist of those who work equally
well, eat the same amount, are
housed in identical rooms, use the
same kind and number of clothes,
beget the same number of chil-
d:cn. de>:re the same entertain-
ment, have the same ambition
and strength of will, and finally,
think more of the other fellow
than at themselves, while, he in
turn, thinks the same."
have no outside worries or cares
when they play with their off-
springno unfinished business
for the father nor household
chores for the mother: 5) children
are reared without the develop-
ment of anv fetish. Oedipus com-
plex or other neuroses: 6) chil-
dren are trained for adjustment
to group living and the early
realization of the equality of men
and appreciation of group prob-
lems; 7) all children receive an
education until the age of 15. the
ay L. u ? equivalent of our elementary and
secondary schools, and have also
learned to do six hours of manual
work a dav in practically every
phase of life on the kvutza.
Some may question the exist-
ence of a maternal or paternal
instinct, but most authorities
question the existence of a filial
instinct. The affections and loyal-
ties of children are bought by
that such ideal has not been at-
tained. Man remains man with all
his foibles and shortcomings and
is subject to his early environ-
ment and heredity. To overcome
these difficulties, the kvutzot. in
common with the tendencies of
all totalitarian ways of life, seek
to absorb the time and attention
nf their members for twentv-four
centive or acquire a better status
than their parents and that ties
between parent and child are not
dependent upon the expression of
p.irental love and affection.
Loyalties to group living and
its ideaology have even trans-
cended national interests except
during the recent conflicts with
the Arabs. Even Ben Gurion, as
Prime Minister and leader of
Mapai. was turned down in April
1950 when he appealed to repre-
sentatives of kibbutzim to take
some of the olim (immigrants)
into the kvutzot and pay them a
wage for their labor instead of
insisting that they become part-
ners-members, since they do not
want to join but want to remain
independent and self-supporting.
The maintainance of the ideology
that there be avoda atzmit (self-
labor) and the negation of the
idea of employing others, even
Jews, as laborers ranked higher
than the alleviation of one of the
major economic problems of the
country.
Education
I shall not go into the technical
aspects of kvutza education. But
there are several interesting and
important areas of this field. Their
its each day and from the "" ", thmiieh the e7">ntins "^f: schools are under the supervision
cradle to the grave. A com- f I .u g u it 8 g i of the Histadrut
Seemed with the iood- clothing shelter toys anc >i_the "istaarut
amplification of comprehensive candies against the background of
ati >:-. Thi greater the im-
The attitude toward higher
learning is significant. With labor
as a religion, the job has become
more important than the man.
Children are born but to take
their positions in the fields or
other activities of the settlement.
While visiting a beautiful
colony in the Sharon Valley. I
was shown two excellent school
buildings and was told that chil-
dren studied there until the age
of 15. I asked the mazkir (secre-
tary). "If any chldren want high-
er learning do you send them to
Jerusalem?" He answered af-
firmatively. I then inquired as to
how many had been sent during
the past ten years. He replied.
"None."
In surprise, I said, "I thought
you told me that you did. How
do you explain this?" I shall never
forget the response. "You asked
me 1/ any of our children wanted
to continue their studies outside.
So far, none of them wanted to
FRIDAY. MOV* n
d s-My a>we7T^rirr^
would send them if ,L ^ "
to go." f lhey wanted
I was non-plussed ,
a.wys spoke of lhe s; J h
Am Ha-sefer" (P "'
Book). "Don't you have;'11*1
tcllectuals or seekers of adv"^.
knowledge- Almost benJnK
replied, "We have some mS-l
and philosophers. Musicia 2
only instrument
and the
in I
play here. What do phil
need? Books:-So we
brary and thev
all-
night and read. Workt??^
most important thing Bv k I
need!""5 ^ *" ^ '"^M
(In the next installment I shall
conclude the routines of the T
div>dufl. the scope of activitiJ
and the manner in which kin!I
butzim have affected the life 5
Israel.) "'
r. ;nto the group, the great-
I be thi ;.nd ties to
roup. Thi best typi-
fied by the of the children
: mi ml 1
Next : tion of labor to
- the fan-
e and dev ven to
ildren Nowhere else can
iner. more
a common home and the multi-
tudes of intimacies that develop
from joint living.
Yes. children may be trained
to look forward to the visits of
parents at a fixed hour but the
child, as a primitive beast, is self-
ish and egocentric. I have seen
In Israel there is no single,
uniform school systemin fact,
there are four: Labor or Histadrut.
the General Zionist, the Mizrachi.
and Agudas Israel. All maintain
common basic minimum standards
for language and a few academic
subjects. Each indoctrinates its
pupils with its political and eco-
young boys become very im- i nomic philosophies and attitudes
patient with such a visit because toward religion. An unhealthy
repairs to the swimming pool had
just been completed and the visit
partisanship is inculcated which
may impede national unity. This
NOW THERE'S MORE
BUDWEISER
and there will be still
more as our vast expansion
program continues
kvutza child is not the
ty" of his parents. In
Gan Shmuel, whi 1
...... iginal
I been I n. 1 iw sev-
ren nd

The nurses for the I
:. scientifically trained. In
>ns I heard the same
of having'children sleep' in the Gaining I must
quarters of their parents instead ;':'le from Rost
ust quote from an
parem istead ""1' ''""'*U\se ?$^P**\. na_
Of the children's house The- have '"'nal President of. Hadassah. in
become concerned about the the Apnl 1950 ,ssue of the
pping of the birthrate in the i Haddassah News Letter:
ttlements! (The lowest of all -Rival schools operated
nts of Israel's population), party lines, such as exist
I believe that this has been due
to two factors. The first is that
those who join kvutza. through
our American progres- "V5 wi'?, JT ,!"'utza- thru,lh
. erlin -.tors Tho ,..-;k; ;,,; ,. belief and idealism, resent the
M .-IT- J~'.' i J"n'" n lost bv an expectant mother
blocks, games and
piece of equipment was far be-
pocketbook of middle
- expecta...
from her tasks and they find the
consummation of their life's work
people, let alone laborers |f^nWM.J.W Tht\ Second
Jan Shmuel is an old! estab- LnfL H^tE f Sme
lished wealthy kvutza. The size. &T\^LP!. The>l Pe'celve
th of each settlement ViV^' ls, no,opportunit>; <"''
amount of phyTical 'h.ldren to develop personal in-
comforts given, although the chil-
dren :n each receive the best
under the circumstances.
Child-rearing is a communal
responsibility. From the day the
mother leaves the hospital, she
little to say about or to do
1 th the raising of her child.
1 Ihildren an n by thi ir pan nts
' fixi l hours, usually betw
five and seven p.m., after 1
nf ::..; 1 impleted his day's
Children above nurs-
age spend the gre iti 1 part of
Sabbath with their parents,
thi "Bet Yeladim"
: 1 '
The arguments given by ad-
iti ol this mi thod 11
- are free to devote
their wi rk day to manual labor
" h is productive; 2i
nts can work free from any
>r worry about the child
know it is receiving
best of attention; 3) few-
bourgeois parents. especially
fathi their children more
than the total time afforded bik-
butzniks (those living on a coiti-
on
in
Israel, deepen the cleavage be-
tween parties and produce citi-
zens whose parly loyalty super-
cedes and sometimes may even
exclude the c&ncept of a
common national loyalty. This
is not education for sound demo-
cracy. As a matter of fact,
both General Zionists and
Progressives have been pressing
for an educational program free
from party domination."
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j|r-T Women
r Fote Faculty
VZ tP-nhing staff of the He-
i %cademy 918 6th St., Miami
\e\ will be the guests of the
S'w Academy Women at a
Pltion at the Pan American
FeceP o? the Blackstone Hotel,
Miami Beach, Tuesday evening,
*5atfAlexander S. Gross, di-
Jtor of the school and Henry
fiTrndelsohn. chairman of the
inplish department, will address
lhf Cathcnn. .
The Hebrew Academy choir
-Her the direction of Joseph
hreibman. will offer a program
traditional and modern Pales-
tinian compositions.
I a feature of the e^ent will be
L talk |y 12-vear-old Ophra
hill who will describe her ex-
ericnecs in her recent visit to
nsrael Ophia was recently chosen
L ,he Miami Beach Exchange
fclub as thf "Youth of the Month."
\ Under the supervision of Mrs.
hda Karger. an exhibition of cur-
rent Jewish and Hebrew periodi-
cals and works of art wil1 be
Lhown to the guests. The display
will commemorate Jewish Book
Month.
I Mrs. Lillian Stone is program
U'airman. and Mrs. Magda Mes-
Ueloff is chairman of publicity.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Rose Kogan Betha Makovsky,
Eertrude Faber, Bea Splater", Bess
Kltz, Ruth Shapiro., Ruth Rubin-
Lvilz. Charlotte Escott and Jar-
b-iett Pazol.
Entertainers To Highlight
Thanksgiving Eve Frolic
Noted entertainers, Sylvia and
Marco Rosales, will headline the
annual Thanksgiving frolic and
dance at the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center on Wednesday,
November 22 at 8 p.m. They will
entertain with tropical songs and
satire.
Reservations may be made by
calling the canter office.

Cardiac Home Unit To
Hold Dessert Card Fete
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will hold
a dessert card party on Tuesday,
November 21, at 1 p.m. in the
Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250 Flagler
St.
Canasta, bridge, mah jong and
other games are being planned by
the chairman, Mrs. Harold Cohen,
assisted by the Mesdames Ben-
jamin Goldin, Leon Freed, Jean
Lehman and Louis Wolfe.
Miolom Women j
To Hold Tea
Bazaar booths to be honored at |
the Temple Beth Sholora Sister-!
hood tea on Wednesday, Novem-
ber 22, will be men's wear, sport- i
ing goods and liquor booths, ac-
cording to an announcement by'
Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan, chairman. I
The tea will be held in the |
temple banquet hall and will be '
followed by a games party. Price }
of admission is any article suit- ,
able for the respective booths
which can be sold at the sister-
hood bazaar on December 4 and
5. Proceeds from the bazaar will
go towards the support of the
religious school.
Hostesses for the November 22
function include, the Mesdames
Al Bernard, Sol Goldstein, Ben
Lewis, Jerry Small and Theodor
Reisler.
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Walter C. Headley, Miami chief
of police, will address members
of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith at
their luncheon meeting on Tues-
day, November 21, at 12:15 p.m.
at the Miamian Restaurant. Sub-
ject of Chief Headley's address
will be, "The Efficient Police
Force in the Growing Com-
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Sisterhood of Congregation
! Beth El will celebrate Jewish
.Book Month at a special meeting
|on Tuesday. November 21 at 8
j p.m. at Beth El Center.
Rabbi Murray Graucr will re-
view Ralph McGill's "Israel
Revisited." and Cantor Jacob
Tambor will lead a program of
community singing.
There will also be exhibited an
ideal selection of books for the
Jewish home, as well as several
unusual items from Rabbi
Grauer's personal collection .in-
cluding one of the earliest He-
brew publications printed in
Russia.
Mrs. Sol Potash is chairman of
the event. Assisting her are the
Mesdames Harry Klein, Alfred
! Pearl and Anna Bear.
(p.ililos Women
To Entertain
Church troupK
Sisterhood of the Coral Gables
Jewish Center will be hostesses
to the Methodist and Presbyterian
Church Women of Coral Gables
at a book review and social to be
held at the center, Friday, No-
vember 17, at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review
"Lead Kindly Light" by Vincent
Sheean, which will be followed
with a social hour and refresh-
ments and community singing
under the leadership of Mrs.
Irwin Weinstein, center choir di-
rector.
Mrs. Hei man Rubin, sisterhood
interfaith chairman, is in charge
of arrangements.
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_>*Y, NOVEMnn, l7

Self-imposed Draft Adopted By Yeshiva
Alumni To Meet Shortage Of Chaplains
A "self-imposed draft" to meet
the shortage of Jewish chaplains
in the armed forces was adopted
last week by the Rabbinic Alumni
of Yeshiva University at an
emergency all-day conference at
the university. The proposed draft
will affect the 500 graduates of
the university's Rabbi Isaac El-
chanan Theological Seminary now
serving in the rabbinate in 36
states in the United States.
In what was described as "the
most equitable plan whereby the
rabbis would meet their obliga-
tions to their co-religionists as
well as the nation" the rabbis
adopted a program to meet the
need for 39 Jewish chaplains by
January 1 and 110 by July 1951.
It was pointed out that the draft
would operate for the duration
of the national emergency.
6tar B'nai B'rith Unit
To Hold Rumor Clinic
Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Young Women, will present a
"Rumor Clinic" program at its
next regular meeting on Wednes-
day. November 22. at the home of
President Doris Klein. 200 S.W.
19th Ave.
Tho demonstration, arranged by
the Florida regional office of the i
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. will emphasize the role of
unfounded rumors as a cause of
prejudice and intergroup tensions.
Guest of honor will be Ruth
Reiter. first vice president of Dis-
trict No. Five B'nai B'rith Young
Women's groups. Chairman of the
affair is Jean Wasserman.
Speakers at the meeting in-
cluded Dr. Samuel Belkin. presi-
dent of Yeshiva University; Rabbi
Samuel Berliant. president Rab-
binical Council of America; Rabbi
Aryeh Lev, director of the Reli-
gious Division of the National
Jewish Welfare Board; Rabbi
Emanuel Rackman. a member of
Yeshiva's faculty, formery Army
chaplain and chairman of the con-
vention; and Lt. Col Samuel
Rosen of the Maxwell Air Base
in Alabama.
Under the plan accepted by the
rabbis, each graduate will be
drafted, first, by the rabbinical
group in line with the terms of
eligibility set-up by the military
authorities. Within these limits
the rabbis will then be requested
to volunteer for chaplaincy duty
under a priority system similar
to that being used by selective
service officials. The call to duty
will be determined by a lot drawn
by a member of the university
faculty.
Dr. Belkin told the rabbis that
the university will use all of its
machinery to implement the draft
plans.
Dr. Leon Katz. president of the
alumni association, pointed out
that a special committee on ap-
peals will also be established to
which all appeals on exemption
and deferment will be referred.
"Moreover," he added, "a special
committee will be established to
secure community support in
working out the problems of re-
placement, tenure and position
protection."
Biscayne Marks
25th Birthday
Biscayne Kennel Club played
host to a tremendous crowd of
greyhound fans who turned out
for the 25th anniversary of the
track at Tuesday night's opening.
Feature of the event was the Bis-
cayne Inaugural which engaged a
top field with the sensational Real
Huntsman from the Randle
Brothers' kennel hogging the spot-
light.
An innovation at Biscayne this
year is a grading system whereby
greyhounds are graded according
to ability with Grade A the top
grading. This system has been
used at other tracks with marked
success and should prove to be a
popular innovation at Biscayne,
track officials said.
There are approximately 600
greyhounds garnered from all
I over the country booked for the
'split meeting. The management
has arranged many special events
in an effort to make this silver
anniversary something to be re-
membered in years to come.
Mieginning \oit'inhov 19th we
will remain open half-day
on Sundays
Mr. H. Zaidmcm's
Dade Kosher Market
Zorina To Appear In ADL
Radio Comedy Sunday
Vera Zorina. noted actress and
dancer, plays the role of a Hun-
garian girl in the comedy "Rosika,
the Rose," latest in the "Lest We
ForgetStories To Remember"
series to be heard Sunday, No-
vember 19, at 3:30 p.m., over
station WKAT.
Participants in the live panel
discussion to follow the dramatic
transcription will be George J.
Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney,
as moderator; the Rev. Paul N.
Jewett. St. John's on the Lake;
Helen Fisher, executive director,
Murrell Branch Young Women's
Christian Association; and Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann, Temple Isaiah.
153 N.W. 5th Street
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Dear Editor:
I thought you would like to
know how impressed I was with
the articles, "Agricultural Living
in Israel" by Seymour Liebman.
Mr. Liebman reveals in his
analysis a deep comprehension of
the State of Israel and his series
of articles will be very helpful
for the understanding of all the
intricate problems that face
Zionism.
It is a very constructive addi-
tion to your paper and I know
that your readers' response will
be most favorable.
Incidentally, I'm sure you will
be interested to know that Mr.
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*JenMfkridian
jeligious Directory...
Twnple ia (R'orm). 1371 MgMM Beth El (Ortho-
r 19th St. Dr. Joieph 1L.MM dox), 590 S.W. 17th At.. RabM
MA !* Jacob K"Plan* Murray Greuer. Cantor Jacob E
Tambor.
Friday evening Kerviceg at 5:30 n m
ftaturday morning lervlee. at S-30
God a House." Mlnchit at 4:41 nm
followed by Shalos Sudos. Junior Con!
gregatlon on Saturday. 10 a.m. to
?,^u SuP,d?y Bchool from 10 to noon.
I>allj rellgl,UB Hchool 3:30 to 6:30
lUchna 4:4a; Miniha dallv .vi:.
Flaglar-Granada JawUh Center,
50 N.W. 51t Place.
Services Saturday and Sunday S
a.m. Monday through Friday at 7:30
a.m. Mln.ha at 5:30 and Maarlv at
6 p.m Women's Choral Group meets
every Monday evening at 8 p.m. Worn-
en Activities Group Tuesday after-
noon at 2 p.m.
We*t Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th Si. (Conservative)-
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.
i i?*c*" 1,.Sat.?.rdav 3 am- Rab,'l
Llfabltl will officiate.
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
PAGE 5 B
ithhi Emerilua.
r" h i: k Month will be observed
I"*ui-.v evening at 8:15 p.m. Dr.
r* h it Narot I""* prepared a special
t?l on the theme of "Jewish Book
EX."which II1 be included In the
f&th pray. His sermon will deal
Ik the current book of Ludwlg
C whn "The American Jew: Char-
t ,, 1 Destiny." A, reception will
KL The contreatftn will join in
lKUi>ion. There will be singing of
En
i
hue hi
,,'ncl refreshments. On Saturday
line I 'I Dr Narot wl" re"
E"H, series of talks on "Jewish
?.inus Practice." On Sunday morn-
*, II i m the mothers and fathers
.h. children In the religious school
Invited to a meeting at which
\srot will discuss with them the
l :.-' of celebrating the Feast of
iJewiib Community Center
VenfarraH**). 2020 Polk St.,
Lilywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
fntor Mordecai Feinernan,
viilav evening services at 5:30. Late
,,;;"' Wrvlces at 8:15. Satur-
BniorninB service* 9:30. Sunday
Irning religious school 9:45. Sunday
hlni center holds open house for
J,lh .,'( community starting at 7:30.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
iadiiional), 1415 Euclid At*.,
mi Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
fer. Abraham Seif, Cantor.
rfdty evening services at 5. Sat.
ay morning services 8:38.a.m. Rabbi
|Tr will speak on the Portion of the
ek. At he will instruct class In
[mud*. Mincha at 4:45 followed by
os Si udOI contributed by
-ig Llnklmer. Zmlr&a will follow;
Iar:v will complete the services.
[ evening. November 18.
[ pin a Melave Malka by Greater
Vmi Mlsrnchl will be held In the
jRgofue. Refreshments donated !>>
fljii-r. Mlirachl leader of Paterson.
[j. Dall} services at 8 a.m. followed
Clara In Mlshna by the rabbi.
ki'ha at 5:13 followed by class In
fcish Laws and Customs. Maarlv
Jews. Dally classes Hebrew school
Inday through Thhrsday, 3:30 to
Sunci.i> school 10 to noon. Regis-
|ti,.n dall) In the office from 8 a.m.
| p.m. Junior I'on^regation services
i a.m. Every Sunday the brother-
will conduct services at 9 foi-
led by breakfast and cultural pro-
1m.
remple Betn Sholom iLiberal),
Chase Are., Miami Beach.
bbi Leon Kroniih; Cantor
nuel Kelemer.
,lhn Ijiwrence Yenches.
the Cliurch-By-the-Seu of
knii Beai h Will be guest speaker
[rriday evening. Rev. Yenches will
on "Life Wants Adventure."
tn service Saturday morning at
a.m.
Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:15
P^m.: Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Friday evening Service 5:15 p m
Saturday at 4 p.m. there will be a
story hour for children of the entire
community. Refreshments will be
served and Hebrew dances and songs
will be taught by Hobble Leuer.
Mincha at 5:00 p.m. and Shalos Seudos
following. Sunday morning service at N.
Downtown Synagogue (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Friday evening service at 5:30; Sat-
urday morning at 8:30. Daily services
7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Meseheloff will speak on "Man's
Contributions to Life." Mincha at 5:15
followed by s'halos Seudis. Hebrew
school Monday through Thursday, 3:30;
Sunday, 9-12.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
oviky.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30 the rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week. At 4 the rabbi will speak on
"Our dps & Downs." Mincha 4:3" fol-
lowed by Shalos Seudos and M.iariv
services. Dally service 7:30 a.m. fol-
lowed by class in Mlshna. Mincha at
5>:15 followed on Sundays. Tuesdays
and Wednesday by class in Laws and
Customs, and on Sfondays and Thurs-
days by class In Jewish Legends of
the Talmud.
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Narrator Commentator
First Jewish, Congregation of
Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Bird Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
servwi UenKoven Wl" >lclte at
set vices Friday at 8:15 p.m. Hebrew
ftH" "tally from 4 p.m.'to 5:30 p.!"
Sunday school from :4 to 12 noon.
rSkki> me,-'in Monday. Nov. 3 at
t(.iboiH residence, 113 Mendoxa Ave.
si ft p.m.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson.
rabbi.
v.lu'r!T'?um*y.B pm" Dr- Ranson
wll preach on "Religious Ideals of
Home and Business." Hebrew sessions
Sundad,a>9:45.' "*' 'e"K,"U" M......'
Northside Jewish Center,
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd Si.
Cantor Isaac 8. Smith will officl-
"i^ services Friday evening.
North Dad* Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8-15
Saturday morning services at 10.
Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox),
Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowits.
Services 5:30 p.m. Friday. Dally
service*i at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o clock.
Congregation roung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Services FrMay night at 5:30: Satur-
day at 9 a.m. Mincha at 5:30 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos. Services
Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. and 6:00
All fining Israel members in the area
are Invited to attend.
TTereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7tb
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.:
Saturday 9 a.m. All residents in that
area are Invited to attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
Friday night services at 5:30; Satur-
day morning at 9. Dally services at S
a.m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services a(
8:15 p.m. dedicated to Jewish Educa-
tion. Jerome B. Gordon, executive di-
rector, Cantor Maurice Mamches and
the lleth David Choir under the di-
rection of Leon Shift will officiate.
Loin- BcBwartsman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Kducallon of
Qreater Miami, will lie guest speaker
and will discuss the subject, "Let Is
Talk Kducallon." Immediately after
the services, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Wahgclstein will be hosts at an Oneg
Bhabbat in honor of their son's Bar
Mllzvah. They have also made the
floral offering. Sabbath services at
8:30 a.m. During the services Johnny.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Wahgelstein will become Bar Hltsvah.
Students' services at 10:30. Bundas and
Hebrew classes are in session. Register
jour children now.
Miami Beacn Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
In honor of AZA Youth Sabbath
the B:S0 Friday night service will he
dedicated to local chapter of A7.A and
B'nal B'rlth Girls. Participants In-
clude Jay Linn, Max Hagen, Bernard
Skolnlck. Miriam Levy, Stephen l-reg-
ger and l'hllip C.oldhagen. In absence
of Rabbi l.ehrman guest speaker will
be Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Saturday
morning serlve at 9 with Rabbi Moshay
P. Mann speaking on the "Weeklj
Portion of the Law." Saturday bible
class 4:3" p.m., followed by Shalos
S'udos. Daily services in the chapel
s a.m. and 5:S0 p.m. youth Breakfast
service Sunday morning 9:15 a.m. In
the chapel, followed by htekafast In
the patio. Junior services 9:30 a.m.
Saturday morning in the assembly
hall of the school building. Dally
religious school Monday through
Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday
school 10 to 11 noon. High school for
Jewish studies Sunday 10 a.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck,
cantor.
Services Friday evening at 8:30. I
p.m. Rabbi Mann will speak on
"Where Can We Find Our Happiness."
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 9. Rabbi
April will speak on "The Angels De-
part." Mlsha at 4:30 p.m. followed by
Mincha, shalos Sudos and Maarlv
services. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Hebrew school dally 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 pin.
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Services dally 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.;
Mincha 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Friday
evening services at sundown.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve
Kessler. organist Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Friday Sabbath service at 8:13.
Oneg Shabbat follows services. Rabbi
Skop will speak on "Motices of Men."
Saturday at 9:45 a.m. Torah study
of weekly portion of bible. Kldduah.
Bar Mltzvah dub confirmation class
Thursday at 4 with the rabbi. Thanks-
giving service Thursday. November 23
at 10 a.m. Children to bring can of
fruit for gift to Variety Hospital.
Daily Hebrew School with Joseph
llurtwitz. principal. Basaar November
23 through December I,
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive.
Normandy Isle, Rev. Philip Fried,
acting rabbi.
Services begin at 8:15. Saturday
morning service at 9:30 followed by
Junior Congregation at 11:15. Itellgious
school every Sunday at Ilisoavne
Elemental.v school: Hebrew school
meets there Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons.
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Announeest
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Principal speaker will be Gil-
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Lewgue of B'nai B'nth, who wil
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Wellins, Mrs. Max Swartz and
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North Shore Lodge Will
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)AY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950
U**isli Meridian
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
WsttlEDMANN, Plnlnl
IfviD FRIEOMANN, D
|*DAVirifribdmaAn,
Plaintiff, vs.
Defendant.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVES that
MA 1011I..1 .....I j-_,-.. *"' <"Hl

on (he plaintiff's
in file the original
.....f the Clerk of
Court nil Or before the
a\",. November, A.I). 19r>0; other-
1'the Bill "f Complaint for Divorce,
pay
tcuit
* Vk.NewSork
. required to serve a copy
ur answer to the I II of Com-
1'ni for Divorce
brni-y. and
,-er In I"1
Circuit
,, ,.i Sow mna
Bill of Col .
iofore filed herein, will be taken
Confessed by you.
t.d at Miami, Florida, this the
of Oct., I960.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
I i.-puty Clerk.
Lton A. FRIEDMAN,
brnev for Plaintiff.
| geybold Bldg., Miami, Florida.
li/3-li-l7
MOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
r NAME LAW
JhTICK IS HEKEIJY GIVES that
Egderslgned, desiring to engage In
kens under the fictitious name of
tHERlM-- PETERS at 730 Lincoln
Miami Roach, Florida, Intends
trister said name with the Clerk
Orcull Court of Dade County,
Hi
1.PELLA M. BECKER
Bole Owner
fl 11/3-10-17_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
hTICE If HEREBY GIVES that
hderslgned, .(...siring to engage in
ness under the fictitious name of
|08 and In RUMHEKOK ;,i H!'I9
otl Avenue, Miami Meach, Florida,
ids t register said name with
|<'li-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ntv, Florida.
HAROLD KASE
Sole owner
b-17-21 IS 1
Florida.
W Vl.TER SHAW
LEO BHBllERUBL BUM>'CK
80tttBoS:r,Blo4!,PllOanta
Miami. Flnrlila
11/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE7B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
-_,,. NAME LAW
.hNOT'rE, HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
pSSSSL '"V"'r .'"' rte"t'< name of
Parkway Apartments at 736 13th
Street, Miami Beach, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
t Ircult Court of Dade County. Florida
SAMUEL I.. MATI/iFK
and
ROSE MATLOFF
MAX R. SALZMAN
and
ESTHER SALZMAN
Owners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Owners
11/3-10-17-24
H0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
til'l.'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage In
l< r the fictitious name of
, Liquors :.i 842 N. w. 3rd Avenue,
ids to '- ster Bald name with the
. 'ii cult Court of Dade
y. Florida.
II.. iRENCE SCHWARTZ
s. le owner
17-34 12 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
DTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|.' n. d, desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
rtan.l Kxi ori Company (not inc.)
v- N K soth Terrace, Miami
M. Inii nds i.....glster said name
J the r'l. .> of the circuit Court
fiiv r< Florida.
IACOB I.i:\inctos
KK .'- SHA lilt! >
P*yi for Applicant
Road
l-:i i i-s
(ITICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
PTIfE n by given that Lillian
<''-: ind June Morse. who
i. led a co-partnership
the firn name "f Lillian Custom
Brew, al ISO Lincoln Road.
1 l; have dissolved their
'rship. and that the said busi-
lll hereinafter be conducted
by Lillian Steinberg, that all
Ms concerned are hereby notified
is no longer con-
willi said hmdncss and is not
"-"" for any debts arising out
M business, and thiit the said
P ~' I hereby assumes the
' or the former partnership con-
Hl bj t| Ml
NOTICE shall be published
week ii .i period of two weeks
F Jewish Floridian.
BHON > MILLER
piey for
'">' Made Dresses
[!". "In Road
Beach Fla.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE
JACOB SOFFER,
Deceased,
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
Bed my rlnal report and petition for
Unal Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of Jacob Softer, deceased; and
that on the 4 day of Dee., 1JB0, will
apply to the Honorable \v. f. rlan-
TO.\, County Judge of Dade Countv.
Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executrix of (he estate of Jacob
Softer, deceased.
This 19th day of October, ls',0.
,.-.. LENA SOFFER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 S'eybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Executrix of the estate
of JACOi: SOFFER, P..,as,,I.
11/8-10-17-24
Florida. .............' "' "a"e ':ount>'.
i;HA'|"N'. 'NC. of MIAMI REACH
!> Maurice S. Levlnson
II e-l.lellt.
11/10-17-24 12/1
IN im,Sli ?.Y. PUBLICATION
Fl l-VFV, l:,,'"'"T OF THE
l\ Vvn ,-, ,',' l!"',AI' CIRCUIT,
Floim s- "A"K ''Ol-'NTT
..',:! ;I|,A- IN CHANCERY, No
Road. Miami ,:,,.,,. Florida: andTlie
be original to the office of the Clerk
M the i ireuit court on or before
December fi, 1M0: Otherwtae said Hill
will he taken as confessed bv you
Dated: this fi day of November, 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAV
(Clr,.,., r.Cler.k ^f ,,he Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
11/10-17-24 12/1 ne"U,y C'erk-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.w 'TiCE, IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
SrSSSSPHP&! ""' fictitious name of
SOI TH MIAMI DRUG STORK at 31fi
-North 2nd Road. South Miami. Florida,
intend! to register said name with
Co'un.v.'Vl',!,!.^ ClrUM ,'n,", "' **
EI.RT s-n^E1'''- W- ROSE^B^TT
10/"-"\y- fr Bamue' W Rosenblatt
[NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
nih i IRi'L'IT COURT OF THE
RJlKVIH 111'RIAL CIRCUIT
L.vd',11 "A IN AND FOR DADE
L->M IN CHANCERY, No.
Bl.VETTE
llniiff, .,,
Ibi|. nil
ijlCHAEI.

ptlyn,
M GAROFANO,
MICHAEL A.
I ll I.mlant.
\ GAROFANO,
.-:, ,t,
i York
..''' Ired in serve g copy
>">< answer or pleading to the
W^' the nlaiiitiffs at-
in.l I., file il- original answer
, in tlie office of the Clerk
Ii Court on or befon
P -
Badlns
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN" AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1362'.. I
HERBERT LIPKIND, Plaintiff, vs.
Doris COLODNY LIPKIND, De-
fendant
TO: DORIS COLODNY Lll'KISD,
Defendant
c/o Mary Colodnv
2224 South Highland Avenue
Los Angeles Ifi. California
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has I.....n
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Mill ( Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. Turk &
Newman, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or ('leading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2'>th day of November, 19T.0.
If you fail to do so, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26 day of October, A.D.
19.10.
E. H. WEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. 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
Sunbeam Fashions at s.'il) East 41st
Street. Hialeah, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit CoSrt of Dade County,
Florida.
ROYAL TOGS. ISC.
By DAVID L. SKOP,
President
JOSjEPH w. MALBK
Attorney for Royal Togs, Inc.
::".ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/3-10-17-24
_, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OH FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
BIAGIO SAVIANO, Plaintiff. VS.
Josephine SAViANo, Defendant,
ro: JOSEPHINE saviaNo,
406 Avenue C,
Brooklyn, Sew York
You are required to serve a copy
or your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Courl on or before the
8 day of December, A.D. 1950; other-
wise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
Inni.ifore filed herein, will lie taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
. day of Nov.. 1950.
E. B. LF.ATIIERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: W.M. W STOCKING,
..,...,.. Deputy Clerk.
M1LTOS A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for P'aintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
11/111-17-24 12,1
Notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida, in and for dade
county. in chancery, no.
13*282
CHAIM SHBPSEL GRISKY. Plain-
tiff, vs. TILLY GKl'SKY, Defendant.
TO: TILLY GRISKY,
685 Bedford Ave .
Brooklyn. New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney.
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2Xth day of
November, A.D. lSr.n: otherwise,' the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will he taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
26 day of Oct., 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk "f the circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal i
By: W.M. \V. STOCKING,
Deputy cicrk.
MILTON A. BRIEDMAN,
Attornov for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida
ll 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
i*.,,.., NAdE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
{...tin" "I"'1' ?eKirl"s to engage In
l^!?BS"J}SSS.h fictitious name of
HS^kMORRIB at 1390 Ocean Drive,
r^' K",a.cn' "orlda. Intends to
register said, name with the Clerk of
Florida CUrt "' ""''" ('ount>-.
( KN ..--P7 aM'. SSFJL^''" HOLDER
GENET A: GENET. ESQS.
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LEGAL NOTICE
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MvuKN,\,-''!;.:.N\ ,,|:a1".. Plaintiff,
tSt&gfJSSg* Defondant
5420 20th Avenue
Avondale Terrace
Hyatsvllle. Maryland
im A'[E HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of ( omplaint for Divorce has
been filed against you In the above
Cause, and you are required to serve
a copy or your Answer on the plain-
tiff s attorney and file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the
l Ircult Court, on or before the 6th
day or December, 19.",0 otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed bv you
Dated, November 6, 19S0
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
JACK A. ABBOTT
Attorney for Plaintiff
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
11/10-17-24 12/1
Circuit Court.
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
n.iisii.-ini Shoe St...-.-, :>(-, Baal Fktglei
St., Miami, Fla., Florshelm Shoe Shop,
649 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Fla.,
intends to register said name with th
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Ci iWES-p.ri.BIS SIloE
ST. IRES, INC.
10/27 11/3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice ,s HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
V,".':1,',',';?''. V,1"1*'1 Ul- fictitious name of
MORRIS HOTEL at 1390 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to regis-
ter a,,i,| mime with the clerk of the
ijrcult Court of Dade Countv. Florida
..,. MORRI8 WACHHOLDER
GENET A.- GENET, BSQS
Attorney for Applicant
11/8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
"rug Department Store at
1410 N. \V. 62nd Street. Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACOB PULVER
,,___ J CLIPS K ESI. ION-
MYERS, HEIMAS It KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
11/8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
A A Poiier Service and AA Rug &
Furniture Cleaners at S14 S. W. 8th
Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ABRAHAM ALECHMAN
Sole Owner
SIDSEY ROBBISS
Attorney for Applicant
S01 S. E 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
(EMBASSY RESTAURANT at 1857
COLLINS AVE., MIAMI P.EACH.in-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I County, Mori.la.
EMBASSY RESTAURANT, ISC.
Owners
BERICK & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for applicant
4211 Lincoln Road
10/27 11/8-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..(
Circle Insurance Agency at 1220 Bis-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
(Jerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
ARNOLD P. ROSEN
G. A HAAS
C. R. 8AP1RO
MYERS, 11 El.MAN ,v K A PL AN
Attorneys for Applicant*
10 -'7 11 ::-l"-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL .'IRCCIT
ol" FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
138246.
ANN JOSEPHINE MoNULTY, Plain-
tiff, vs. WALTER FRANCIS
MoNULTY, Defendant.
TO: WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY,
Residence Unknown,
You are required to serve s copy ot
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 25 day of November,
A.D. 19.",0: otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will he taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
24 day of Oct., 1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal I
By: M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida
10/27 11/3-10-17
oiii.'i. a. d. 1950;
'". J"e Rill of Complaint for
Lks'n '"'' '"'''' herein, will
r ".11. Miami, Florida, this the
"i November, 1950
, G. IS LEATHERMAN.
of the Circuit Court
1'nle County, Florida.
11 Coun Seal)
By W.M. w. STOCKING.
E%L !'^>:DNAN,rPU,y C'erk-
V-vi ,'"' Pl"tlff,
-:'! p, 1 ''"'Ming, Miami, Fla.
t??h n nklin was the Print-
irranf .oston Gazette, second
" un'i '" America, started in
William Brooker was the
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25005.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS WE1NKLE,
1 deceased.
To ;\JI Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either oi you, may have against the
.state of LOUIS WEINKLE, deceased,
late of .MIAMI BEACH, DA UK County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F, BLANTON,
Countv Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
Countv Courthouse in Dole County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of 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 Will
bo barred, Bee Section 110 of the isii
Probate Act.
Dale November 1st, A.D. IMP.
CARL WEINKLE,
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of LOUIS WEINKLE.
I In rased.
wasman. WEINKLE & KE88LER
:it Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Executor
11 8-10-17-24
-i^ PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3936
l N. C. J-- ST. MIAMI St. FLA.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
138359.
HYMAN SHINS.- Plaintiff, vs.
LEE SHINS. Defendant.
SUIT Foi: DIVORCE
TO: Mrs. Lee Shins
e i Shapiro
221 Si.nth 15th Street
Allentown, Pennsylvania
You, Lee Shins, are hereby notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against yeu, and you
nreV'eciulrod to serve a copy f your
Answer or Pleading t.> the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Joseph 11. Gan/, 348 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
Answer Pleading in the office of
tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the :i"th day of November,
lD.'.O. If you fall to do so. Judgment
by default will I..- taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this :10th day of October, A.D.
IH.-.li.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
1 Circuit COUri Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Depuo Clerk.
JOSEPH PI. GASZ
Attorney for Plaintiff
U/3-14M7-34
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. deslrtTrc to engage in
business under the fictitious nsfene W
AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at
111 N. E. >;tli Street, Miami, Florida,
intend ti register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count)', Florida
RALPH BIRSCH
MAURICE BIRSCH
11/3-10-17-24 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under- the fictitious name of
BUI'S Grill at 2018 N. W. 1st Court.
intend to register Bald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SOL Poland
HELEN FoLAND
MILToN A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
Seybold Bldg. '
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT cnniT oh' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
131,895.
MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs.
STANLEY VRNOLD SEWITCBH, De-
fendant.
SPIT FOR DIVORCE
STATE OF FLORID \
TO: STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH,
AD1IRESS UNKNOWN.
YOU, STANLEY ARNOLD BE-
WITCH, are hereby notified that a
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs attorneys: KAPLAN,
DIETZ .- LA8KY, whose address is
350 Lincoln Road, Miami B.a.li, Flor-
i'.la, and file the original answer or
pleading in the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or before the
1st day ..f December, 1980. if you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper
published In Dade Countv, Florida.
done and ORDERED at Miami,
Florirtn. this 30th dav of October,
A.D. 19.10.
E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
-< D.-puty Clerk.
KAPLAN. DIETZ & LASKY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
350 Lincoln Koari
Miami Beach, Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. |N PROBATE, No.
24984,
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORRIS R. LEVIN, otherwise
known as M. R. levin. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each <>f you, are hereby
n.-titi.-ii and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
1 -tat.....f MoRRIs p.. LEVIN, other-
wise known as M. R. LEVIN, deceased
late of WORCESTER County, Mass.,
to tho Hon. W. F. blanton. County
Judge Of Dad.- County, and file the
sain.- In bis office in the County
Courthouse In Dad.- County, Florida,
wit bin eight calendar months from
the .late of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
t.. be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will I..- barred. See Sec-
tion 120 of the 1838 Probate Act.
Dai. October 31st, A D. I9.,n.
El.RY STONE,
As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A.
of the Estate of MoRRIS It.
I.KYIX, otherwise known as M. R.
LEVIN. Deceased.
ELRY STONE
Attorney tor Estate of Morris R.
Levin, otherwise known as M. R.
Levin, De.-eased.
11/3-10-17-21
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, So.
136428.
LBONARDA L1STEK. Plaintiff, vs.
STANI8LAW I.ISTEK. Defendant.
YOU STANISLAW I.ISTEK. si
York Road. Ipswich, Sufi'..Ik, England,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint tor Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Plaintiff's attorney,
MAX R SILVER 922 Seybold Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and file/ the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk ..f the circuit
Court .hi or before the 30th dav of
November, 1950, If you fail to do bo,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill ..r Complaint.
Done AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 1 day of November, A 1 1.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By W.M. \V.
M \\" R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
922 Seybold Building
.Miami. Florida
11 3-10-17-24
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FoR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 138442.
CLAIRE RABINOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs.
RUBIN RABINOWITZ, Defendant.
T. RUBIN RABINOWITZ
8S9 SOUTHERN BOULEVARD
BRONX. N. Y.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
Attorney and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or bel..... the
:to day of November, I960; otherwise.
the Rill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you,
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1
day of November, 1950.
E P.. LEATHHHMAN.
Clerk of the CircTsW Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit CoiTrt Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKrNQ.
Deputy Clerk.
Same and address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
MURRAY QOODMAN
914 Olyrnpla Building
Miami Florida.


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PAGE 10 A *Jewls*ncrldlain FRIDAY, NO VEMBPB Prof. Urey, Woisgal To Address III Dinner On December 0 Prof. Harold Urey, Nobel Laureat prize winner, and Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman of the board of directors of the Weizmann Institute of Science will be principal speakers at a dinner to be given by the Greater Miami UIT at the Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach, on December 6, it has been announced by Dr. Louis G. Lytton, chairman. Dr. Bowman F. Ashc. president of the University of Miami and honorary chairman of the local committee. Dr. Malcom Ross and Dr. Henry Williams have also been invited to attend. "The UIT" Dr. Lytton pointed out. "receives its support in the United States and Canada from the American Committee for the Hebrew University, the Weizmann Institute of Science and the Haifa Technion. The Hebrew University, the university of Israel is now rounding out a quaterccntury of service to Israel and the world. Its faculty members and graduates have achieved world renown for their accomplishments in scholarship and science, in the training of teachers and physicians, in the development of new weapons in the war against malaria and cancer. The instiute. Israel's scientific institution, is dedicated to the development of the scientific, agriC||(vrl 14 Jill ISIIJI cultural and industrial techniques ____. which will make it possible for IMjlllS liil lll| IM'I Israel to support its people in pi ans are now being formulated prosperity and abundance. The bv the Greater Miami Chevra Technion. Israel's institute of | Kadisha for a banquet to be held technology, has produced most of; at Betn E i Center on Sunday the professional engineers now even j ng November 29, according holding key positions in industry ; to H M Drevich. president. a u d u R .r nm TL^AorT,xTo All rabbis affiliated with the ^ e .. b _V^'":j. ^^^: d r^wln I Greater Miami Cemetery Association. as well as cantors and presiIn training thi engineer, Technion builds for Israel." The following committees are now in formation: the physicians and dentists, a women's division, architects and engineers, a lawyers' division, hotel owners and real estate, university division and the radio, theatre and teleVision. Next meeting of the local UIT Committee is scheduled to take place Friday. November 17. at p m. at the Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach, headquarters. Greenberg Speaks Sydney J. Greenberg. Jewish educational leader, spoke on "The -s. nee if Jewish Education in the United States as a Result of the Establishment of Israel" at a meeting of the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah on Thursdav. November Hi. at 8 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Janice Goldiner, membership vice president, was recently chosen delegate to the national convention to be held in Atlantic City over the Thanksgiving weekend. dents of their congregations have been invited to be guests of honor at the banquet, which will mark Tes Vuv Kislev. Invited also are the officers and directors of the cemetery association, of which the Chevra Kadisha is an affiliate, the owners and managers of local Jewish funeral homes, the officers of Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes and all members of the Chevra Kadisha. The proccdings will be conducted entirely in Yiddish. Serving on the banquet committee are H. M. Drevich. A. Pepper, D. Singer. Sidney H. Palmer, S. Schwartz and Mrs. Stone. Beth II To Seat Leaders Congregation Beth El and its Sisterhood will hold their annual installation banquet in the Dora August Memorial Hall on Sunday evening. November 19. Officers and directors for the coming vear will be recognized I at the rites, and Sidney H. P aln cr congregation president, and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, sisterhood presi-1 dent, will report on activities of the past vear. Rabbi Murray Grauer will speak, and Cantor Jacob Tambor will offer vocal selections. Reservations may be made by calling the synagogue office at I 9-3004. Teen-Affe Council Elects Levitt Morris Levitt, president of the AZA Chanter 322. was elected president of the Miami Jewish Communitv Center Teen-Age Council this week. Others serving with him are Sue Nelson, vice president: Eileen Schumer. recording secretary; Joanne Hablow. corresponding Secretary; Burton Weiss, treasurer: and Joe Lewis, seargeant-at-arms. The council, composed of thirteen teen-age clubs meeting at the center, acts an over-all planning and coordinating group. Its member clubs sponsor weekly teen-age dances on Tuesday evenings. 26th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Grand Opening Slated Gene Boeninger and Irving Lifset announce the grand opening of their card and gift shop in the Miracle Building Arcade, 226 Miracle Mile, on Saturday, November 18. To be known as "The Get Acquainted Shop," the store will feature a complete line of greeting cards and personalized gifts. Masada House Party Masada-Miami Beach Young 1 Zionist District will hold a "House Party Game Nite" on SatItfday, November 18 at 9 p.m. at the home of Edith Solomon. 5355 LaGorce Drive. Miami Beach, for fully paid members. Each member [ may invite one guest. Co-chairmen. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Grief, are in charge of arrangements. FINEST QUALITY 1 SOffiWrSg P C H*H CHEESE !" 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Beach JWV TO Collect Literature For Israel Miami Beach Post of the Jewish War Veterans is conducting a drive to secure books and literature of a military nature for the Israeli army. Anyone who would like to contribute such literature as asked to send it to Bernard Koloff, 1680 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, or call 5-0577. "tfctei LONDON ARMS TW3 AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 I Undo f.r,ool $up......on „t M KMWMSQ O MAMSO N Air-Conditioned for Your Comfort MENDELSOHN'S Inc. Kosher Restaurant Caterers and Sandwich Shop CORNER OF 41st STREET & ROYAL PALM AVENUE T elephone 58-89 46 WATC H FOR THE OP ENING WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BOOKINGS FOR WEDDINGS. BAR MITZVAS AND OTHER SOCIAL FUNCTIONS WE SPECIALIZE IN CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS LARGE OR SMALL ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST Your best buy in quick, hot nourishment.' 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950 *Jmisiifkr*Man Card Party Slated A curd party and get-acquainted cncia) Will be sponsored by Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kman. 3471 S.W. 11th St.. I nn Sunday, November 19, at 8 m it has been announced by! gani Kessler, president. Canasta and bride games will bl featured with ladies teams competing against the men. -p„. lodge will meet Monday, November 20, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. Zievc and William Herzbrun will outline a program for t j u completion of the 1950 memp campaign which is due t0 terminate on December 3. Resumes Program Afti r an extended vacation in Milwaukee, Wis„ Harold Shapiro, narrator t>f the "Builders of Israel" radio program, will resume his weekly broadcasts on | Sundav. November 19, at 1:15 p.m. over station* WINZ. Subject of his opening program will be Martin Buber, philosoi phor. scholar and author of [classidic talcs. Transcriptions of | ongs will illustrate the I [dialogue. This will be the thirtyseventh biographical sketch which Ishapiio has narrated on the air as a spi I feature of Morris Yiddish Classical Hour. —_ PAGE 9 A Plaza Opening Set For Friday Opening its doors on Friday November 17, under new management is the Plaza Theatre. The South Beach showplace will feature a Yiddish film and vaudeville policy. First screen attraction of the year will be "Destination Israel (De Weg Nach Israel)" with IsPaul Bnrstein Lilian Lux IHI BEST IN KOSHER FOODS / Miami Beacii Restaurant and Delicatessen 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach FAMOUS FOR Delicatessen Platters & Sandwiches Complete Dinners • Hot Knishes • Hot & Cold Hors D'Oeuvres We Retail Delicatessen 11 II Caterers of Distinction For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE [Suggestions Without Obligation I Call 5-2655 — Ask lor Boris rael Becker, Bettina Moissi and Berta Litwina. Depicting the difficulties encountered by a group of homeless Jews attempting to reach Israel, the picture has been cited by-critics for its power, eloquence and sincerity. Popular Columbia Recording Artist Paul Burstcin. familiar to Yiddish theatre fans as Pesachke. will headline the opening stage show. Appearing with him will be Lillian Lux, Florence Weiss and Harry Gandel, Burstein, who will be in charge of the sta^e programs for the entire season, announces that hehas pacted such Yiddish theatrical luminaries as Jennie Goldstein, Menasha Skulnick, Moishe Oysher and a host of other topflight entertainers. Musical director for the season is Maurice Swerdlqw, renowned composer and pianist. The theatre is presenting a 15minute program to be called "Plaza Theatre on the Air." This program, which is part of Jacob Schachter's Jewish Musical Hour, is heard every Friday at 1:30 p.m. Schachter's program is heard on Wednesday from 1 to 1:30 p.m., Friday from 1 to 1:45 p.m. and Sunday from 10 to 11 a.m. "On the Trail" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Specials every week 1832 S.W. 8th St. Buy Direct — Save Money Beach Zionist District Forms Speakers' Bureau Brochures announcing the organization of a Speakers' Bureau by the Miami Beach Zionist District are being mailed this week to approximately 100 organizations in the Greater Miami area, according to Alex Van Straaten, president of the Beach unit. Seymour B. Liebman and Sydney .1. Greenberg, co-chairmen of the bureau, explained that the! initiation of the program has been prompted by the desire to establish a full series of topics/which cover many basic concepts and fundamentals which have not yet been thoroughly understood by the membership of various Jewish organizations. Serving on the bureau are Sydney J. Greenberg, professor of Hebrew at the University of Miami and principal of the Religious School of Temple Beth Sholom; S. A. Goodman, member, execu| tive, Southeastern Region ZOA; ] Mrs. Jacob J. Honig, member of I the Speakers' Bureau of Hadassah; Rabbi Jacob J. Honig, spiritual leader. Hollywood Jewish Community Center and president. j Hollywood Zionist District; Rabbi %  Leon Kronish, spiritual leader, Temple Beth Sholom and memb( r, executive. Southeastern ReKion. ZOA: Rabbi Irving LehrJ man, spiritual leader, Miami Beach Jewish Center, and member, Speakers Bureau, UJA: S ymour B. Liebman, author of numerous articles and brochures on Israel and Judaism and proj gram chairman. Miami Beach I Zionist District: Joseph Pardo, graduate. Brandeis Camp Institute, and member, board of directors, Miami Beach Zionist district; Hy Pomerantz, director, extension activities. Bureau of Jewish Education; Gilbert Rappaport, chairman, Southeastern Region Young Zionist Districts and co-chairman. Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission; Burnett Roth, member, Miami Beach city council, and membership chairman, Miami Beach Zionist District; Louis Schwartzman, director. Bureau of Jewish Education; Simon Seiden, radio commentator, and secretary, Miami Zionist Dis| trict; Harold Shapiro, radio narrator of "Builders of Israel," and honorary chairman, Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami: and Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation and member UJA I Speakers' Bureau. Services of the bureau will be I available to all organizations in i I the Greater Miami area. Comj j municaiions should be addressed to Mrs. Doris A. Pardo, executive secretary. Miami Beach Zionist j District, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami 1 Beach. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES YZMfWMl 7 ? 7 vurf^peMdeMHd WATER Lawn Sprinkler Systems — Home Water Systems Grove 8c Pasture Irrigation — Swimming Pool Pumps Industrial 8c Contractor's Pumps FHA FINANCING ems EVERIIE & CARVER Pumps and Water Syst C. H. STERN & JAFFER, INC. 2500 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 82-6930 I % %  \ COMPLETE NURSING CARE CONVALESCENTS. INVALIDS. CHRONIC CASES. ETC. East view Xursing Homo 1216 S.W. 2nd Ave.. Miami — Phone 9-7382 Ww. Mod. -in Equipment — Attractive Kurroundlnffa Kindly, Courteous, Intelligent Care — Resist I Nurse Varied, Interesting, Well-Bulaiiced Diet, Expertly Prepared and Attraetlvels Served. Cheerful, Airy, ('•mif.Tial.li-. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950 Cemetery Group Elects Drevich II M. Drovich, pioneer Miami resident and long-time leader in religious circles, was unanimously elected president of the greater Miami Jewish Cemetery AssociaI i the organization's annual Jaeeting at Beth El Center hist Week. Drevich, who has been identified ". iili the cemetery association for the past 16 years, served as ., %  i Miami's First Orthoi longregation and was one 0 [ its founders. In recent years he was instrun mental in founding the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation *Jenisti fleridiar H. M. Drevich and recently concluded a fouryear term as president of the group. He was also one of the founders of the Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha and is currently serving as president. Drevich is also affiliated with the MiamiJewish Community Center. B'nai B'rith. Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Society and numerous other religious and philanthropic organizations. Others elected to office were Samuel Dickson, first vice president; Sul Lesser, second vice lent; Sidney H. Palmer, executive Wee president and secretary: Abraham Pepper, treasurer. .ng on the board of governors are Mac Apfelbaum, Ben Socoloff, Philip Berkowitz, Nathan Alexander, Abraham Kasow, David Whitman. Leo Meyers. Representing Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes on the board of governors are Mrs. S. Stone, Mrs. S. Malek, Mrs. M. Kotkin. nt insides" and "ready were first devised during the Civil War due to the labor shorl h SUNRAYIMK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM 'MfOa REST. CONVALESCENCE -_ AND CWIOUK CUES F,\_Tf if .w <>•_count M nm MIAMI n n pint I Lvt WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS ?'f r .*Bnment and all other aetails arranged for your ,0 "nal and informal affairs N1GH PHONE 3-5463 GHTS SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS 83-1986 NW &.. I 1 LL CATERERS N.W. 7th t. Oft Miami Ave. Balkin To Participate In Human Relations Workshop In St. Petersburg Nov. 17, 18 1 thf ffida^elfoSl'orfic^Mthi lnK Jam 8ond Pi !" !" County 1 Anti-Defamation "Isue^fB'nu £ p S N: FRANCIS SULLIVAN I55S North Sixth Sti i el PHILADELPHIA PENN. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attorney and i" file il 'hjlnal Answer In the Office of the Clerk ol the Clrcull Court on or before the IMII day ol December, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Mill of Complain! ror Divorce heretoton filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED ul Miami, Florida, this 13 day ul November, 1950. E. Li. LEATHERilAN, Clerk of the Clrcull Court,, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By U. Name and Addresa "f Plaintiff's Solicitor NORMAN K LYONS 914 < ilympla Building .Miami, Florida. II 17-L'l 12 1-8 C. FEIOE. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Cult DADE COUNTY." — IN CHANCERY, No. 13(737. MARGARET SACKS, Plaintiff, va. SYLVAN SACKS. Defendant. TO: SYLVAN SACKS .• .1 Mrs. Mary Sacks, 3308 Green Spring Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a bill of complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you are required t> serve a copy of your answer or. other pleading to the iiil of complaint on plaintiff's attorney, and file the original In the office ••: the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before the IMII da) of Decembtr, 1930, otherwise n decree pro confesso will I" entered URulnm you DATED this 13th day i>f November, 1930, K, I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Coul i Seal i B) It. II. RICE JR., Deputy Clerk. IRVING CYPEN Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. 11/1724 12/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring ngage In is under the fictitious name of GET ACQUAINTED SHOP at 236 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida, Intend to register said name with the link of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GENE M. Bl >EN1N< IER IRVING 11. LIFSET MAX R. SILVER Attoi ney for anpllcanta 922 Seybold Building .Miami. Florida 11 17-^1 12 t-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ill,, undersigned deBli Ing to i n is under the fictitious name ..r Harold's Dellcatssen at 8188 S. W. sili Street, West .Miami. Florida, Intends t" register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Pad. County, Florida. HAROLD SHAFFER LIEBMAN A ROSEN Attorneys for Applicant |11/17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 229 N. K. 70th Street, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with thi clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. II. F. fJOLDBERGER ELEANOR GOLDBBRGER c iwnera MAX it. BILVBR Attorney for Applicants •: %  : Seybold Bldg, Miami. Florida 11/17-24 12/1 -S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT M| THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Full DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136713. FRICD P1ERSON, formerl) know a FRED PIESBACH, Plaintiff, against EMMA PIESBACH, Deit-nduM. YOU, KMMA PIESBACH address unknown, are hereby notified thai a i:.il ni Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney, MAX IS. SILVER, 922 Seybold Building, .Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading En the offli t' the Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or before the 15th day of December 1930 n you fail to do so. judgment by default will lie taken against you for the relief demanded In the Hill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this llth day ol November, A.I'. 1930. %  :. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Courl Seal) B) WM. W. STnCKINC, Deputy Clerk. MAX R, SILVER 922 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 11 17-24 IL' 1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIKCI'IT COURT I F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 136707, MAE HEDLAND, Claim iff. vs. DANIEL IIBDIJAND, Defendant. %  I'II DANIEL HEDLAND, DEFENDANT: You are required to serve a copy .a your Answer to the lilll of Complain) upon plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG I-'" Lincoln Road, Mian i Beuoh, Flo Ida, ai the original In the offl I the %  ilerk of the "in mi Court on or before December l". 1950; utheitvise, said Hill will lie talon as fessed by you. Ii.it. d this 11 day of Novi mbel. A.I i. I960. E. B. LEATHERMAN, (Mark of the Circuit Cou (Circuit Courl Seal) By R. II. RICE, JR. Deputy Cltrk. 11 17-24 12 1-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO I ICt IU v.nct/iiwr%o iv THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 25073. In It. : ESTATE OF MARY B ADELMAN Deceased. To All Creditors and All Pel 8 Having Claims or Demands Agalnal Said Estate: You, and each of von, are mutied ami required to present am elaims and demands which von. oi either of you, may have agAftnsI the estate of MARY B. ADELMAN. de, used, late of Miami. Hade County, Florida to the Hon W. F. Blantoi County Judge of Dade County, file the same In lli" olfie County Courthouse In Dad< hereb] and in the County. ColllltV CollltlloUSe HI IMII.loillliy. Florida, within eight calendar months from th. date "f the first publication hereof". SaltT claims or demands to contain the legal address of the coalman! and to be sworn to and presented .is aforesaid, or same will be barred. s. .• Section t>0 of the IMS Pi obatt 11/10-17-24 12/1 Estate of Han B. Adeunan, Dao'd. U/17-24 12/1-8 VoanjS Adults Norman S. Pallot v. a. elected president of the Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center at a meeting ot the i Others elected to office were Seymour Hinkes, vice | Esther Branson, recordii tary; Harriet Rand, c i resp inding secretary; Felicia Sommcrfeld, up .vill sponsoi a dance lay, November lii. at 8:30 p.m. at the center. 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AY NOVEMBER 17, 1950 +Je*lsHk>rH§an PAGE 3 B %  j|r-T Women r Fote Faculty VZ tP-nhing staff of the Hei %cademy 918 6th St., Miami \ e \ will be the guests of the S'w Academy Women at a Pltion at the Pan American F eceP o? the Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach, Tuesday evening, *5atfAlexander S. Gross, diJtor of the school and Henry fiTrndelsohn. chairman of the inplish department, will address lhf C athcnn. The Hebrew Academy choir -Her the direction of Joseph •hreibman. will offer a program •traditional and modern Palestinian compositions. I A feature of the e^ent will be L talk |y 12-vear-old Ophra •hill who will describe her exericnecs in her recent visit to nsrael Ophia was recently chosen L ,he Miami Beach Exchange fclub as thf "Youth of the Month." \ Under the supervision of Mrs. hda Karger. an exhibition of current Jewish and Hebrew periodicals and works of art wil1 be Lhown to the guests. The display will commemorate Jewish Book Month. I Mrs. Lillian Stone is program U'airman. and Mrs. Magda MesUeloff is chairman of publicity. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Rose Kogan Betha Makovsky, Eertrude Faber, Bea Splater", Bess Kltz, Ruth Shapiro., Ruth RubinLvilz. Charlotte Escott and Jarb-iett Pazol. Entertainers To Highlight Thanksgiving Eve Frolic Noted entertainers, Sylvia and Marco Rosales, will headline the annual Thanksgiving frolic and dance at the Miami Jewish Community Center on Wednesday, November 22 at 8 p.m. They will entertain with tropical songs and satire. Reservations may be made by calling the canter office. Cardiac Home Unit To Hold Dessert Card Fete Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold a dessert card party on Tuesday, November 21, at 1 p.m. in the Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250 Flagler St. Canasta, bridge, mah jong and other games are being planned by the chairman, Mrs. Harold Cohen, assisted by the Mesdames Benjamin Goldin, Leon Freed, Jean Lehman and Louis Wolfe. Miolom Women j To Hold Tea Bazaar booths to be honored at | the Temple Beth Sholora Sister-! hood tea on Wednesday, November 22, will be men's wear, sporti ing goods and liquor booths, according to an announcement by' Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan, chairman. I The tea will be held in the | temple banquet hall and will be followed by a games party. Price } of admission is any article suit, able for the respective booths which can be sold at the sisterhood bazaar on December 4 and 5. Proceeds from the bazaar will go towards the support of the religious school. Hostesses for the November 22 function include, the Mesdames Al Bernard, Sol Goldstein, Ben Lewis, Jerry Small and Theodor Reisler. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hivt you. not repaired now; you will I've on %  now TOOT later "Satisfactory Work by t Experienced Men" 414 I W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-HH Sholem Lodge Members To Hear Chief Headley Walter C. Headley, Miami chief of police, will address members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith at their luncheon meeting on Tuesday, November 21, at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Subject of Chief Headley's address will be, "The Efficient Police Force in the Growing Community." FLORIDA ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS 4315 East 11th Ave. Hialeah Office Phone: 88-5921 Residence Phone: 7-1032 A. N. GALLENT Sisterhood To Mark Jewish Book Month Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will celebrate Jewish .Book Month at a special meeting |on Tuesday. November 21 at 8 j p.m. at Beth El Center. Rabbi Murray Graucr will review Ralph McGill's "Israel Revisited." and Cantor Jacob Tambor will lead a program of community singing. There will also be exhibited an ideal selection of books for the Jewish home, as well as several unusual items from Rabbi Grauer's personal collection .including one of the earliest Hebrew publications printed in Russia. Mrs. Sol Potash is chairman of the event. Assisting her are the Mesdames Harry Klein, Alfred Pearl and Anna Bear. (p.ililos Women To Entertain Church troupK Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be hostesses to the Methodist and Presbyterian Church Women of Coral Gables at a book review and social to be held at the center, Friday, November 17, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review "Lead Kindly Light" by Vincent Sheean, which will be followed with a social hour and refreshments and community singing under the leadership of Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, center choir director. Mrs. Hei man Rubin, sisterhood interfaith chairman, is in charge of arrangements. JOE SOLER IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES South American Souvenirs and Jewelry Phone 58-3579 2201 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida ROBERT J. HEISTERMAN. 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)A y NOVEMBER 17. 1950 fit Say... Nov. 29th, 1947, the U. N. had voted the partition *MislIkriUtr PAGE 3 A Austerity In Israel Palestine nto a Jewish and Arab State. On arrival Ih/Lydda airport three days later, I found that .!, had broken out. But the morale that prejna superb. Exhilaration was still in the air. "pntne Jewish population buckled down for a fchtv blow. The public state of mind, hilarious yet •us and courageous was summed up for me by •Jl fcviv soda jerker while squeezing orange juice %  a booth on Allenby Road. "This is our last stand. I backs are to the wall. Either we will be a nation our -.HI or exterminated. Never again the fcttos." landiny recently at Haifa, I immediately sensed a kneed atmosphere. Like the morning after mid|ht revelry, the public mind is sobered and serious. C jubilations of victory are past. The problems of btion. exports, hard currency, high wages, trade Knees, and lne other prosaic concerns of normal Itehood have banished hosannas and paeans. The hical quip of Oscar Wilde comes to mind: There is that make for unhappiness. When don't g( %  what you want; and when you do. kjted Resources fhe prevailing economic crisis is highlighted by I food shortage. Like England, the land does not Educe sufficient for the settled population, not to the influx of Olim that goes on without But this problem had been discussed. E -.,; theorized and dissected during the Zionist I solution arrived at long ago was intense iustrialisin together with agriculture. |j ive been accomplished in both of these Jases. But unforeseen events have brought about a Eperatc situation. Actually there can be no starva|n us long as bread, fish, ersatz cheese, vegetables. citrus, olives, and beer are plentiful. But the modern palate dribbles also for meat, butter, eggs, chicken, coffee with cream. As in England immediately after World War II, the best products are for export. In 1947, I could not buy a dram of scotch in Glasgow or Edinburgh; the bartender said I should go to the "States" for a whisky soda. Development Possibilities Traversing Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and lengthwise from Metulla on the Syrian border to Beersheba which begins the Negev, one is struck with an agreeable surprise that the land is not nearly as small as it looks on the map. One passes cities, towns, villages, farms, Kibbutzim, Moshavin. and Beth Olim; yet there seems to be room for additional millions. One has to keep reminding himself that autos are assembled and bath tubs are cast and enameled in a land which 40 years ago could not manufacture a pin. As you drive past the deserted Arab villages, unfit to live in even by Yemenites accustomed to squalor, you simply conclude that the Moslem occupation was about as beneficial as horned cattle stomping the fertile soil. Causes of Depression The economic crisis is peculiar in that there is no money stringency, nor a problem of unemployment. Of my fellow passengers on the S. S. Negbah, I ran into three who landed jobs in Tel Aviv. Some went to Kibbutzim. The Africans are in the Beth Olim, to be classified and distributed throughout the land. But there are factors which do account for the food rationing. First: The influx of new comers. Since the state was formed European refugees, DP's from concentration camps, and emigrants from Mohammedan countries have virtually doubled the population. Thus they cut the food supply in half. American audiences By HARRY SIMONHOFF are no doubt weary of hearing orators posing the rhetorical question: What would happen if 50 million people came into the U.S. in two years. Second: A large standing army, including a naval and air force. Obviously the cost is high for a land with more frontier to the square mile than any other country. The army is not only kept out of industry and agriculture but is armed, clothed, and fed by a government full of problems, not the least being to counter a second attack by surrounding enemies. Third: The boycott by neighboring Moslem states. Their closed frontiers prevent the entry of eatables at moderate prices; they also close profitable markets to Israeli exports. Consequently, food must be purchased in distant markets and paid for with dollars badly needed at home. Governmental Restrictions All of which makes it difficult to understand the motives behind the government's economic policy. The emergence of the State and the glorious conduct of the unequal war stirred Jewish emotions in all lands. American Jewry responded with S150.000.000 to the U.J.A. But many were also in the mood for investment of large or small sums in the industry of Israel. What prompted the government to interpose barriers to the inflow of desirable wealth, so vital for the welfare of the infant state? Were the objections grounded in Socialist ideology versus capitalist infiltration? Or was there a desire on the part of power to preserve the good prospects for the people in the country? Whatever the reasons, the golden moment passed. Many citizens bewail the blocking of American capital, energy, and know-how to a land in dire need of new enterprise. They blame governmental folly for the precarious food situation that obtains today in Israel. i. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach ietween Fourth and Fifth Sta. [Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogue* and Private DM. Also for Hebrew Schools. CnSD T31D Telephone 5-9017 President Truman Commends B'nai B'rith On "Buy Only What You Need" Program President Truman has commended B'nai B'rith in South Florida for instituting its "Buy Only What You Need" program, Sanford M. Swerdlin, chairman of the Americanism and civic affairs committee, has announced. A letter from William D. Hassett, secretary to the President, reads: "The President noted with interest all that you say and is HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSARIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1281 Washington Ave. Miami Beach MF>FV m s.A'She serves tuna dishes several times a week and her family always applauds. For she has learned I that no food combines with so /)many others to make such a varil/'ety of delicious dishes that arc "different." She always uses "BITE SIZE" WNA for she knows she can be sure every dish will he a success only if she uses quality tuna.. most appreciative of that fine proffer of service on the part of Vour organization. This willingness to be helpful in the task before us is a source of strength and courage to him. He wants your membership to know that your communication, together with the enclosures, is being made available to the Economic Stabilization Administrator." Enclosures included the red. white and blue placards designed by the B'nai B'rith Council here and distributed to 2,000 retail groceries, butcher shops and other stores throughout Dade County, urging citizens to conserve all our resources and to prevent hoarding. The President's letter was addressed to Charles R. Jacobson, executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, which includes nine men's lodges in South Florida. Hy Friedman, Irving Nager, Zena Goluskin Dewey Klein. Mrs. Archie Mendelson, ticket chairman ,and the Mesdames Muurice Schwartz, Murray Harrison, Ethel Engel, Rose Levy. Irene Weise are in charge of reservations. Phone 2-6542. Jf US To Sponsor Affair Monday First fund raising project of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will be a luncheon and card party to be held Monday. November 20. at 12 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Levine. 710 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach. In charge of arrangements are the Mesdames Emanuel Schon. Sol Brown, Albert Rosenthal. Sam Axlrod, David Bendell, Edith Gold, Lillian Storch. Rae Parness. I William Sacker, Blanche Ross, Miriam Siegel. Maurry Poncher. '. .:.:".;v v:: stems.*She used one of Mrs. A's favorite recipes...and it was a dismal failure! She's learning, the hard way, that "There's no half-way quality in tuna." From now on she'll insist upon this famous quality brand of "Bite Sise" tuna! Trodemor* of Von Comp 5o food Co. mt.. Terminal ll'ond. ColH. Mrs. Horn's llakery 1171 S. W. 8th Street Serving You — With the finest line oi Pastry. 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PAGE 4 B *Jewisbnt*rkttan !" >*Y, N OVEMnn, l7 %  Self-imposed Draft Adopted By Yeshiva Alumni To Meet Shortage Of Chaplains A "self-imposed draft" to meet the shortage of Jewish chaplains in the armed forces was adopted last week by the Rabbinic Alumni of Yeshiva University at an emergency all-day conference at the university. The proposed draft will affect the 500 graduates of the university's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary now serving in the rabbinate in 36 states in the United States. In what was described as "the most equitable plan whereby the rabbis would meet their obligations to their co-religionists as well as the nation" the rabbis adopted a program to meet the need for 39 Jewish chaplains by January 1 and 110 by July 1951. It was pointed out that the draft would operate for the duration of the national emergency. 6tar B'nai B'rith Unit To Hold Rumor Clinic Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will present a "Rumor Clinic" program at its next regular meeting on Wednesday. November 22. at the home of President Doris Klein. 200 S.W. 19th Ave. Tho demonstration, arranged by the Florida regional office of the i Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will emphasize the role of unfounded rumors as a cause of prejudice and intergroup tensions. Guest of honor will be Ruth Reiter. first vice president of District No. Five B'nai B'rith Young Women's groups. Chairman of the affair is Jean Wasserman. Speakers at the meeting included Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of Yeshiva University; Rabbi Samuel Berliant. president Rabbinical Council of America; Rabbi Aryeh Lev, director of the Religious Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board; Rabbi Emanuel Rackman. a member of Yeshiva's faculty, formery Army chaplain and chairman of the convention; and Lt. Col Samuel Rosen of the Maxwell Air Base in Alabama. Under the plan accepted by the rabbis, each graduate will be drafted, first, by the rabbinical group in line with the terms of eligibility set-up by the military authorities. Within these limits the rabbis will then be requested to volunteer for chaplaincy duty under a priority system similar to that being used by selective service officials. The call to duty will be determined by a lot drawn by a member of the university faculty. Dr. Belkin told the rabbis that the university will use all of its machinery to implement the draft plans. Dr. Leon Katz. president of the alumni association, pointed out that a special committee on appeals will also be established to which all appeals on exemption and deferment will be referred. "Moreover," he added, "a special committee will be established to secure community support in working out the problems of replacement, tenure and position protection." Biscayne Marks 25th Birthday Biscayne Kennel Club played host to a tremendous crowd of greyhound fans who turned out for the 25th anniversary of the track at Tuesday night's opening. Feature of the event was the Biscayne Inaugural which engaged a top field with the sensational Real Huntsman from the Randle Brothers' kennel hogging the spotlight. An innovation at Biscayne this year is a grading system whereby greyhounds are graded according to ability with Grade A the top grading. This system has been used at other tracks with marked success and should prove to be a popular innovation at Biscayne, track officials said. There are approximately 600 greyhounds garnered from all I over the country booked for the 'split meeting. The management has arranged many special events in an effort to make this silver anniversary something to be remembered in years to come. Mieginning \oit'inhov 19th we will remain open half-day on Sundays Mr. H. Zaidmcm's Dade Kosher Market Zorina To Appear In ADL Radio Comedy Sunday Vera Zorina. noted actress and dancer, plays the role of a Hungarian girl in the comedy "Rosika, the Rose," latest in the "Lest We Forget—Stories To Remember" series to be heard Sunday, November 19, at 3:30 p.m., over station WKAT. Participants in the live panel discussion to follow the dramatic transcription will be George J. Talianoff, Miami Beach attorney, as moderator; the Rev. Paul N. Jewett. St. John's on the Lake; Helen Fisher, executive director, Murrell Branch Young Women's Christian Association; and Rabbi Moshay P. 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PAGE 8 A rJemtj&norkmiL FRIDAY, NOVF Center To Launch Film Forum Series First of a series of film forums to be held at the Miami Jewish C nter is slated for Tuesday, November 21. at 8 p.m., accordinu to Mrs. Samuel Gertman, chairman. Under the topic of ''Freedom nnd Peace." Dr. H. Franklin lliams, vice president of the University of Miami, will lead the dicl-sion on the March of Time "Atomic Power." The forums will take place every other Tuesday at the Miami Jewish Community Senter. Scheduled are: Docembt r 5, Community and Human Relations. Dr. Miller A. F. Richie, speaker; 'Make Way tor Youth," film: December 19. Judaism — Today and Tomorrow. Rabbi Leon nish, speaker: "Of These Our People," film: lary 2. Parental Authority in the Family. Rev. Joseph Barth. speaker: film to be announced; lary Ui, Physical Education m .--':• .: :.-. Mu: i is M.,cLemore s-peaker. film to be announced: January no. Business, Labor and Security. William B. Wi vi r, so.aker: "A Natii n InI." film: '••". : .. %  13, C 1 Medicin i > 3 el l SertReuben %  : %  %  nd, k( i: "Mi :• I Medicine," 2 G bl •!.'.. Ci i I Polil H S %  Life," 1 i ilonel Fiank Dui r; "We, film. U-M Homecoming Set For Nov. 22 November 22 will mark the opening of the annual Homecoming weekend at the University of Miami, with Wednesday proclaimed as University Day by the Dade County commissioners and the mayors of Coral Gables, Mi, ami and Miami Beach. University Day means open house on all campuses for the general public as well as visiting alumni. Guides will conduct tours | starting from the Student Club on j the main campus to the many .displays and exhibits provided by j the various departments. Last j year more than 8,000 persons from I Greater Miami visited the campus I I on University Day. Guest and alumni registration will be held in the lower lounge | of the Student Club, where a model replica of the campus will be on display. Also in the lounge will be an exhibit sponsored by the speech department. The library, bookstore and art Malave Malke Slated Chevrah Mishanyos of Congregation Beth Tfilah will hold its first Malave Malke of the season on Saturday. November 18. at the social hall of the synagogue. Herbert Gelernler. president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, presents the keys to the center's new classroom annex to Mrs. Ralph Bargtei!. religious school principal, as Rabbi Morris A. Skop, the grouo's spititual leader, looks on. Dedication of the annex is s)ated for the first night of Chanuka. Obituaries JACOB GREEN %  i We., HINI %  iloinl Ho wa.< II H lioupe uw ii;. ste \ i\ %  > 1 Nathan. itiKhtei s. MrKai nli Vli i Mr* •viii (ioklmnn; .0-.,. • %  >i. {tabbl lioron ix ofl • '. >** which weri ml Rlvi di lerment f Ml Slim MORRIS BERKOWITZ v .. • : 310 Mi i cli I .'.'.'. |Mll KPd • week !(• ... i from Mi .. i : %  in.-i Mas* n il li will Katie, i u %  • sons, Aliram and H one da iRhti r, Mi* J< %  tti %  e He •.( :i ii inhi r f Reth %  • % %  ngi •me Ion Tl* n main* iv ere lonton fo -• ntei I i he l!l> el nidi Memoi lal %  el, Mi. en Beach. I "a* cajjn fork mun'i nml H ,i .• Hi.in, • 'emi away eame Gordon Puni i: I lome elllel ROSE SIMON on Novi naher 5 M at i 102 i *arlj le n 11 t %  | \ I. p Mill hit, : • I ,:. ISAAC CHERNOFF S \V. fith SI |HiKWd ;i.y %  three Mr. Chernoff came from Mew i 'ii\ Hi wra* -i member i-r Wo k. I 'In le, Branch B99, Sur\ b on lie Ins wife ivila, two Bonn, Max Nnthan of New York Servk-ei icteil by (lordon Punera ANN No\ i inher She llveil from New GOLDENBERG S.W Il i) St., i 12 after a lrn*th> hei. ten year* anil Fork. Survivors Include her hunband Jack; a son Uavld: %  A ilaimhi.i. Mr. Bleauoi Kumln. >'f nnd two c nndi hlldren also %  r, Julia !'•" ol New Vork. ei e held at the Gordon inn. .il Home with interment in .MI. Sinai, Dr. Crane To Speak Dr. George W. Crane. nationally known psychologist and newspaper columnist, will speak on "Horse Sense in Marriage" Saturday. November 18, at 8 p.m. at Dinner Key Auditorium under the auspices of the Marriage and Family Council of Miami. gallery will be open t„ in the Merrick ZZ^ KthwSeSex&i Memorial classroom bH n ? the be the Hisp a ni,.Amt H' d l n 8*>U tute exhibit, and Ktd2£* work done at the univerritv?' 0l perimental farms and fS-f* search laboratories. Connl movies will be show *TT Beaumont Lecture hall !" MIAMI BEACH J s k$ I "TtetU Iron. > weolhervone V •o welcome\ mat...modem as'51. new ^ furnishings throughoul \ new collee shop and V dining room newly land\ scaped tropical gardens \ swimming pool dancing \ ... planned entertainment V SPtClAl YEARIY J SEASON MTB O ALFRED mm --; V TELEPHONE •• 53 ?76< \ 4989) TIP-TOP SUPE if, \ l -je^ 51 Interment In Alt. Slnal MOLLIE SCHULBERG HT Meridiai v< nel ly i I lyn panfieil aw el I ..... 3 itel m< i >•: the Memo I pi VI %  rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsk-y 818 Michigan Arenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 WILLIAM MELBERG Mi Id I; n Ave., Vlon ticello, N .i panned •• % %  ].. II, leaves I Si tarl I HI* *i t to H knil by • Mlnnii FRANK WOLF lelle l*le. a -• %  >] away •'i •' 7. Hi •• to Al anil %  • %  i %  %  \ %  %  daiightei •'• I ui.. [seai li. i. ... .. threi • n % %  Vnirelei The i emaln* %  %  lo Wa hlnBton, I • c\, foi %  • %  • %  and enl bj (loi neral Home, MRS. JENNIE KAZKEWITZ \\ :.ih si pniun 'I away N< vmb'er ; 2 She cami %  i.thi • %  •• !,, and li i hi • I ill :i m>n Walter K. ;. • ,,f Miami threi dauarhten Eva 1:1;, MiI i. -.. 1 > n Berrln, Miami ., i:.l Mi -. Kophli And< I ka Sei ricei wen held .it her i •• •• wil l, l:... b Mun ay Ora Intel i fi ii Mi. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade You art* eordiatty invited to attend The GALA PREMIERE of PLAZA So. End Washington Ave. Theatre Miami Beach 5-2302 Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 STARTS FRIDAY. NOV. 17. 4:30 P.M. Starring PAUL BURSTEIN and LILIAN LUX %  ;,: nM With the Well Known FLORENCE HARRY WEISS and GENDEL £F Plus the Sensational New Yiddish Film "DESTINATION ISRAEL" CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE A Great Event Is Awaiting You! The Jewish Community of Greater Miami Will Celebrate CAth Anniversary of the !" Jewish National Fund With a Dinner on Sunday, December 10th, at 6 o'clock at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel A Musical Program Has Been Arranged DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN Member of the Jewish Agency for Palestine will be Guest Speaker No Solicitations Reservations J.N.F. 58-6464 Reserve the Date — Ueee mber MOth— Celebrate This Oeeaaion With f*



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)AY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950 U**isli Meridian LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE WsttlEDMANN, Plnlnl IfviD FRIEOMANN, D |*DAViri F RIBDMAAN, Plaintiff, vs. Defendant. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVES that MA 1011I..1 %  .• „ I j-_,-..„ *"' <"Hl %  on (he plaintiff's in file the original f the Clerk of Court nil Or before the a \",.• November, A.I). 19r>0; other1'the Bill "f Complaint for Divorce, pay tcuit Vk.NewSork .„ required to serve a copy „ur answer to the I II of Com1'ni for Divorce brni-y. and ,-er In I" 1 Circuit ,, ,.i Sow mna Bill of Col iofore filed herein, will be taken Confessed by you. %  t.d at Miami, Florida, this the of Oct., I960. E. B. I.EATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING. I i.-puty Clerk. LTON A. FRIEDMAN, brnev for Plaintiff. | geybold Bldg., Miami, Florida. li/3-li-l7 MOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS r NAME LAW JhTICK IS HEKEIJY GIVES that Egderslgned, desiring to engage In kens under the fictitious name of tHERlM-PETERS at 730 Lincoln Miami Roach, Florida, Intends trister said name with the Clerk Orcull Court of Dade County, Hi 1.PELLA M. BECKER Bole Owner fl 11/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW hTICE If HEREBY GIVES that hderslgned, .(...siring to engage in ness under the fictitious name of |08 and In RUMHEKOK ;,i H!'I9 otl Avenue, Miami Meach, Florida, ids t register said name with |<'li-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade ntv, Florida. HAROLD KASE Sole owner b-17-21 IS 1 Florida. W Vl.TER SHAW LEO BHBllER UBL BUM >'CK 80 t t t BoS:r Blo4! ,PllOanta Miami. Flnrlila 1 1/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE7B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „-_,„,. NAME LAW .h NOT rE HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In pSSSSL '"V"' r .'"' rte "t'< name of Parkway Apartments at 736 13th Street, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the t Ircult Court of Dade County. Florida SAMUEL I.. MATI/iFK and ROSE MATLOFF MAX R. SALZMAN and ESTHER SALZMAN Owners HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Owners 11/3-10-17-24 H0TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW til'l.'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that Undersigned, desiring to engage In l< r the fictitious name of Liquors :.i 842 N. w. 3rd Avenue, ids to %  ster Bald name with the 'ii cult Court of Dade y. Florida. II.. iRENCE SCHWARTZ s. le owner 17-34 12 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW DTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that |.' n. d, desiring to engage In the fictitious name of rtan.l Kxi ori Company (not inc.) v N K soth Terrace, Miami M. Inii nds i glster said name J the r'l. .> of the circuit Court fiiv r< Florida. IACOB I. I:\INCTOS KK .'SHA lilt! > P*yi for Applicant Road l-:i i i-s (ITICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP PTIfE n by given that Lillian < %  %  '-: ind June Morse. who i. led a co-partnership %  the firn name "f Lillian Custom Brew, al ISO Lincoln Road. 1 l; have dissolved their 'rship. and that the said busilll hereinafter be conducted by Lillian Steinberg, that all Ms concerned are hereby notified %  is no longer conwilli said hmdncss and is not "-"" %  for any debts arising out %  M business, and thiit the said P ~' I hereby assumes the or the former partnership conHl bj t| Ml NOTICE shall be published week II .i period of two weeks F Jewish Floridian. BHON > MILLER piey for %  ">' % %  Made Dresses [•!". "In Road Beach Fla. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE JACOB SOFFER, Deceased, NOTICE is hereby given that I have Bed my rlnal report and petition for Unal Discharge as Executrix of the estate of Jacob Softer, deceased; and that on the 4 day of Dee., 1JB0, will apply to the Honorable \v. F. RLANTO.\, County Judge of Dade Countv. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrix of (he estate of Jacob Softer, deceased. This 19th day of October, ls',0. ,.„-„.. LENA SOFFER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, 1023 S'eybold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for Executrix of the estate of JACOi: SOFFER, P..,as,,I. 11/8-10-17-24 Florida. "' a e :ount >'. i; HA '|" N '. 'NC. of MIAMI REACH !•> Maurice S. Levlnson II e-l.lellt. 11/10-17-24 12/1 IN •im Sli ?. Y PUBLICATION Fl l-VFV, l :, '"'" T OF THE l\ Vvn ,-, %  ,',' l !"' ,AI CIRCUIT, Floim s" A K ''Ol-'NTT ..',:! ; I|,A IN CHANCERY, No Road. Miami ,:,,„.,,. Florida: andTlie be original to the office of the Clerk M the i ireuit court on or before December fi, 1M0: Otherwtae said Hill will he taken as confessed bv you Dated: this fi day of November, 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAV (Clr,.,., r. Cler k ^ f ,he Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. 11/10-17-24 12/1 ne U,y C erk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .w T i CE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to encage in SrSSSSPHP&! ""' fictitious name of SOI TH MIAMI DRUG STORK at 31fi -North 2nd Road. South Miami. Florida, intend! to register said name with Co'un.v.'Vl',!,!.^ Clr UM n, %  "' ** EI.RT s-n^E 1 ''W ROSE ^ B ^TT 10/"-"\ y f r Bamue W Rosenblatt [NOTICE BY PUBLICATION nih i IRi'L'IT COURT OF THE RJLKVIH 111'RIAL CIRCUIT L.vd',1 1 "A IN AND FOR DADE L-> M IN CHANCERY, No. Bl.VETTE llniiff, .,, Ibi|. nil ijlCHAEI. • ptlyn, M GAROFANO, MICHAEL A. I ll I.mlant. \ GAROFANO, .-•:, ,t, i York .„„ %  .''' Ired in serve g copy >">< answer or pleading to the W^' the nlaiiitiffs at%  in.l I., file il„original answer in tlie office of the Clerk Ii Court on or befon th day of November, 19T.0. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26 day of October, A.D. 19.10. E. H. WEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. 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 Sunbeam Fashions at s.'il) East 41st Street. Hialeah, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit CoSrt of Dade County, Florida. ROYAL TOGS. ISC. By DAVID L. SKOP, President JOSjEPH W. MALBK Attorney for Royal Togs, Inc. ::".II Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/3-10-17-24 _, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OH FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. BIAGIO SAVIANO, Plaintiff. VS. JOSEPHINE SAViANo, Defendant, ro: JOSEPHINE SAVIANO, 406 Avenue C, Brooklyn, Sew York You are required to serve a copy or your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before the 8 day of December, A.D. 1950; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce Inni.ifore filed herein, will lie taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the day of Nov.. 1950. E. B. LF.ATIIERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: W.M. W STOCKING, ..,.„..,.. Deputy Clerk. M1LTOS A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for P'aintiff, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 11/111-17-24 12,1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. 13*282 CHAIM SHBPSEL GRISKY. Plaintiff, vs. TILLY GKl'SKY, Defendant. TO: TILLY GRISKY, 685 Bedford Ave Brooklyn. New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney. and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2Xth day of November, A.D. lSr.n: otherwise,' the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will he taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 26 day of Oct., 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk "f the circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal i By: W.M. \V. STOCKING, Deputy cicrk. MILTON A. BRIEDMAN, Attornov for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida ll 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS i* !" .,,.., NA dE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that {...tin" "I"' 1 ? eKirl "s to engage In l^!? B S"J}SSS.£ h fictitious name of HS^kMORRIB at 1390 Ocean Drive, r^' K ", a cn "orlda. Intends to register said, name with the Clerk of Florida C Urt "' ""''" ( ount >-. (• KN ..--P 7 A M '. SSFJL^''" HOLDER GENET A: GENET. ESQS. unuK& J'."' A Pl" lc nt LEGAL NOTICE 1MB82. :KRY No • M v u KN ,\,-£''!;. : N \ ,,| : A1 ".. Plaintiff, tSt&gfJSSg* Defondant 5420 20th Avenue Avondale Terrace Hyatsvllle. Maryland IM A [ E HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of ( omplaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above Cause, and you are required to serve a copy or your Answer on the plaintiff s attorney and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the l Ircult Court, on or before the 6th day or December, 19.",0 otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed bv you Dated, November 6, 19S0 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. JACK A. ABBOTT Attorney for Plaintiff 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 11/10-17-24 12/1 Circuit Court. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of n.iisii.-ini Shoe St...-.-, :>(-, Baal Fktglei St., Miami, Fla., Florshelm Shoe Shop, 649 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Fla., intends to register said name with th Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Ci iWES-p.ri.BIS SIloE ST. IRES, INC. 10/27 11/3-10-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE s HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage in V,".': 1 ,',',';?''. V, 1 1 *' 1 Ul fictitious name of MORRIS HOTEL at 1390 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register a,,i,| mime with the clerk of the ijrcult Court of Dade Countv. Florida „„..,. M ORRI8 WACHHOLDER GENET A.GENET, BSQS Attorney for Applicant 11/8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of %  • %  •'• "rug Department Store at 1410 N. \V. 62nd Street. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB PULVER ,,„ J CLIPS K ESI. IONMYERS, HEIMAS It KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 11/8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of A A Poiier Service and AA Rug & Furniture Cleaners at S14 S. W. 8th Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM ALECHMAN Sole Owner SIDSEY ROBBISS Attorney for Applicant S01 S. E 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of (EMBASSY RESTAURANT at 1857 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI P.EACH.intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I County, Mori.la. EMBASSY RESTAURANT, ISC. Owners BERICK & SHAPIRO Attorneys for applicant 4211 Lincoln Road 10/27 11/8-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ..( Circle Insurance Agency at 1220 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the (Jerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. ARNOLD P. ROSEN G. A HAAS C. R. 8AP1RO MYERS, 11 El.MAN v K A PL AN Attorneys for Applicant* 10 -'7 11 ::-l"-17 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL .'IRCCIT ol" FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 138246. ANN JOSEPHINE MoNULTY, Plaintiff, vs. WALTER FRANCIS MoNULTY, Defendant. TO: WALTER FRANCIS McNULTY, Residence Unknown, You are required to serve s copy ot your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 25 day of November, A.D. 19.",0: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will he taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 24 day of Oct., 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal I By: M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida 10/27 11/3-10-17 oiii.'i. A. D. 1950; %  %  J"e Rill of Complaint for Lks'n '"'•' '"'''' herein, will r ".11. Miami, Florida, this the "i November, 1950 G. IS LEATHERMAN. of the Circuit Court 1'nle County, Florida. 11 Coun Seal) By W.M. w. STOCKING. E%L !'^>:DNAN r PU,y C erk V-vi ,'"' Pl "tlff, %  -:'! p, 1 ''"'Ming, Miami, Fla. t??h n nklin was the Printirranf oston Gazette, second un'i '" Am erica, started in William Brooker was the NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 25005. In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS WE1NKLE, 1 deceased. To ; \JI Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either oi you, may have against the .state of LOUIS WEINKLE, deceased, late of .MIAMI BEACH, DA UK County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F, BLANTON, Countv Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the Countv Courthouse in Dole County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of 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 Will bo barred, Bee Section 110 of the isii Probate Act. Dale November 1st, A.D. IMP. CARL WEINKLE, As Executor of the Last Will and Testament of LOUIS WEINKLE. I In rased. „ WASMAN. WEINKLE & KE88LER :it Seybold Bldg. Attorneys for Executor 11 8-10-17-24 -i^ PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3936 l N. C. J-ST. MIAMI St. FLA. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 138359. HYMAN SHINS.Plaintiff, vs. LEE SHINS. Defendant. SUIT Foi: DIVORCE TO: Mrs. Lee Shins e i Shapiro 221 Si.nth 15th Street Allentown, Pennsylvania You, Lee Shins, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yeu, and you nreV'eciulrod to serve a copy f your Answer or Pleading t.> the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Joseph 11. Gan/, 348 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer %  Pleading in the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the :i"th day of November, lD.'.O. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will I..taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this :10th day of October, A.D. IH.-.li. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. 1 Circuit COUri Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Depuo Clerk. JOSEPH PI. GASZ Attorney for Plaintiff U/3-14M7-34 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. deslrtTrc to engage in business under the fictitious nsfene W AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at 111 N. E. >;tli Street, Miami, Florida, intend ti register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count)', Florida RALPH BIRSCH MAURICE BIRSCH 11/3-10-17-24 12/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business underthe fictitious name of BUI'S Grill at 2018 N. W. 1st Court. intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SOL POLAND HELEN FoLAND MILToN A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants Seybold Bldg. 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT cnniT oh' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 131,895. MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY VRNOLD SEWITCBH, Defendant. SPIT FOR DIVORCE STATE OF FLORID \ TO: STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, AD1IRESS UNKNOWN. YOU, STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has 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 attorneys: KAPLAN, DIETZ .LA8KY, whose address is 350 Lincoln Road, Miami B.a.li, Flori'.la, and file the original answer or pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 1st day ..f December, 1980. if you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint, This notice shall be published once each we.-k for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade Countv, Florida. DONE and ORDERED at Miami, Florirtn. this 30th dav of October, A.D. 19.10. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk. circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., %  < D.-puty Clerk. KAPLAN. DIETZ & LASKY Attorneys for Plaintiff 350 Lincoln Koari Miami Beach, Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — |N PROBATE, No. 24984, In Re: ESTATE OF MORRIS R. LEVIN, otherwise known as M. R. LEVIN. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each <>f you, are hereby n.-titi.-ii and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the 1 -tat f MoRRIs P.. LEVIN, otherwise known as M. R. LEVIN, deceased late of WORCESTER County, Mass., to tho Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge Of Dad.County, and file the sain.In bis office in the County Courthouse In Dad.County, Florida, wit bin eight calendar months from the .late of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and t.. be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will I..barred. See Section 120 of the 1838 Probate Act. Dai. October 31st, A D. I9.,n. El.RY STONE, As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A. of the Estate of MoRRIS It. I.KYIX, otherwise known as M. R. LEVIN. Deceased. ELRY STONE Attorney tor Estate of Morris R. Levin, otherwise known as M. R. Levin, De.-eased. 11/3-10-17-21 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, So. 136428. LBONARDA L1STEK. Plaintiff, vs. STANI8LAW I.ISTEK. Defendant. YOU STANISLAW I.ISTEK. si York Road. Ipswich, Sufi'..Ik, England, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Plaintiff's attorney, MAX R SILVER 922 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file/ the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk ..f the circuit Court .HI or before the 30th dav of November, 1950, If you fail to do BO, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill ..r Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 1 day of November, A 1 1. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Courl Seal) By W.M. \V. M \\" R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 922 Seybold Building .Miami. Florida 11 3-10-17-24 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FoR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No, 138442. CLAIRE RABINOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. RUBIN RABINOWITZ, Defendant. T. RUBIN RABINOWITZ 8S9 SOUTHERN BOULEVARD BRONX. N. Y. YOU are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or bel the :to day of November, I960; otherwise. the Rill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you, DATED at Miami. Florida, this 1 day of November, 1950. E P.. LEATHHHMAN. Clerk of the CircTsW Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit CoiTrt Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKrNQ. Deputy Clerk. Same and address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: MURRAY QOODMAN 914 Olyrnpla Building Miami Florida.



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I The Human Side Of Israel By RUTH KARPF (American Jewish Press Stajf Writer) .mtrman of nn important men' club in the nation's capital ro*p ",. A rlcan Jewlan 1'rens Staff Writer Ruth Karpf recently. '* *,' hall ninn: .*^ %  '' n,, I, meet one of the moil aucceaaful young Journallata in the .,.s. KiHh Kanif has always arrived with h.r typewriter Where i ,| by the editor* of leading American newspaper! and "tops" among foreign correspondents, Ruth Karpf has sp>n< ,',-v year since theend of World War n abroad mini; stories i'ory year Miu'e inc ciiii ui *,'iiw .II 11 ai'ioaii mini; .stories i iii.' datelines from Paris lo Belgrade ami from Jerusalem to Today she count.nmone lor old friends Arab sliiuii* and s ters, Indian rajahs and Viet Namese guerillas, British ,i State. Fniuli philosophers, Ciech Industrialists ami Yugofheiaraett conflict. The state of Israel has just weathered its iirst cabinet crisis. the process, described by political experts in Jerusalem as linful but healthy, the young republic has shown the world hat cfte" barely three years of existence, it is already a mature lemocracy. it i •• ls0 liBwiislh-IEIliDipidliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1950 SEC. B Emma Lazarus Unit Plans Thanksgiving Dance November 22 Mothers Invited To Participate In (vhanuka Preparation Institutes Mothers of Greater Miami are and in Miami on the same day at invited to participate in the an, 1 :30 p.m.. at the Miami Jewish A Thanksgiving eve dance will; nual chanuka Preparation InstiCommunity Center. the Emma | ,„,„ to ^ sponsore d by the B'nai The program will consist of be sponsored Lazarus Chapter, Business and I B rith Women s council and the I rofessional Women. B'nai B'rith. | Burcau of Jewish Education Thc on Wednesday evening, November 22. at the Sorrento Hotel. workshops on the significance of Chanuka for the Jewish home, on Chanuka songs, games and decorations, and a demonstration on institutes will be held on the Beach on Tuesday, November 28. Miriam Goldstein nresident u • • n .!cooking Chanuka delicacies, nturiam uoiusiein, president, i at in arn a t the Miami Beach V. „ „ T _„ and Deana Abrashkin. in charge T „,,. kh rpnlpr o rhn(1 allHilnrillm ^ ,nc „ B u h ?'• J^P" R Of arrangements, have announced I be featured speaker. that proceeds from the afafir will ndeigr I ought given the first m of democracy at work to the par[1 i a m e n t s, the [politicians and line people of the %  Middle East, who [have watched in %  silent fascination |h o w problems [that have haunt| (1 their countries |for centuries and continue to boil aund in simmering restwere defined in public. ut, and solved by comtheir tiny, amazing leigl ,ple of Israel wrestled Ljth basic issues that contoday, democracy took .-•.ride forward in a rea of the world. I really are the issues? The press has fluffed them off "econ imic questions" and "rejous differences." They are .hind the shell of these hree-syllable words is a real t. human story. I saw that |t-cv lived in Israel. It was Shabbat, a few days cond truce collapsed. Palmach captain had ime fr im the Irontlines on Friiv night to watch his mother ihl the candles and father bless and the wine in a small Tel Aviv sea shore. It first time home from lamp a seven weeks. After dinner he kissed mother. Ihook hands with father and left I girl. Rinnah lived way lit', in the northwest of the city. II walk at least. As the more to himself than to me. "And I only have three hours." Then he turned to me. "These little life difficulties are more inibe used for the support of the local B'nai B'rith youth training j program. Mai Malkin and his orchestra Sigma Rho Chapter Elects Officers Arthur Charloff has been elected w.l provide the music and Malkin ljdent of the sj Rho will act as master of ceremonies, i chapter of AZA Assisting Miss Abrashkin are portant than they seem." he! Florence Goldman. Mollie Bresspelled out slowly. "They involve kin. Tina Fischer, Ethel Pont, arge principles; and the conflicts over them will sharpen." That was almost three years ago. I saw that same captain of the Palmach again ,a few weeks later, down in the sun-baked Negev. The battle for the southern desert had already been won. When he recognized me, he put down the area that he was pin-pointing, looked out for a minute into the Lillian Tickos. Edith Simmons. Belle Small and Carol Tiegcr. Jacobson To Speak At Friday Evening Services Charles R. Jacobson. executive director of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, will speak at the Friday night services of the First Jewish Congregation of The faculty will consist of Mrs. Leon Kronish. Mrs. Philip Freed, and Robert Strassberg of the Jewish Centers Association. In town Rabbi Morris Skop will be featured, with a faculty consisting of Mrs. Elsie Steibel. Mrs. Olive Sussman and Strassberg. An exOthers elected to office were hibit of menoiahs. decorations and books for Chanuka is being piepared by the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. The committee on arrangements consists of Mesdames Leonore Curtice. Sally Wellins, Bernard Hoffman. Melvin Benner. Ida Optner. Ruth Bloom and Mr. Louis Schwartzman. vice president. Ed Camner; treasurer, Leonard Schwartz: secretly. Stanley Bargteil: corresponding secretary. Burt Weiss: sergeant-at-arms. Stan Wellins: reporter. Leonard Schwarts: parlimentarian. Jerry Tillinger; chaplain. Richard Jablon: and adviser, Sonny Stillerman. Sisterhood To Meet A meeting of the Sisterhood of Coral Gables. 1618 Poncede Leon the Miami Hebrew School and hazy distance and then, as though Blvd. on Friday evening. NoCongregation is scheduled for we had never broken off that disj vember 17. Subject of his address cussion in the front of the Tel Aviv taxi, he said: "We'll work it out. Our parents will learn to understand us and we will learn to understand them. We will find a synthesis, a workable and meaningful blending between our traditions and its forms and our life and its realities. Both are vital and we all know it. It's just a question of finding the balance and keeping our tempers until we do." Behind the wrangling over cabinet posts, joint controls over meat imports and channels of authority in the schools, the real issue at stake in the crisis was the one the young Palmach captain defined, pin-pointing his military map in the sun-baked Negev ... And the "economic questions?' A tanned, brawny social worker in the Histadruth's immigrant aid will be "107 Years of Service to Humanity." Tuesday. November 21. at 1 p.m. at the school building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Duntov To Speak Joseph Duntov will speak on "100 Years of Peretz" at the G >lden Age Friendship Club meeting Sunday, November 19, at 2:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Com munity Center. ( department cleared that one up Palmach captain left, his f or me, in a five minute break kid at the watch and he took between explaining to a lid: "It's really very late, and, Roumanian pianist what the II take you an hour to get < chances are for a scholarship at | the conservatory in Jerusalem and re ways of getting to '< showing a 17-year old Yemenite 's place more quickly," the j gj r l how to use knife and fork! "When we were making plans in the dream world of our ideas and ideals, it seemed easy to build up our state according to a pattern. We thought then that all the newcomers would want to go back to the land, as we did. or to the factories that turn out the industrial goods we need. "But since then we have learned to face life as it really is: men and women just don't fit into a mold, not even our just and human one. And we don't want to force or even to pressure: our people have had enough of that, wherever they come from. "We have found too, that our people are full of all kinds of hopes and plans and talents: and we have learned that the best thing in the long run is to help them live out whatever is in their minds and their hearts: just as long as they don't hurt anyone else or harm our young country. It'll take constant watchfulness to make sure that no one gets hurt and things will go wrong manv a time. "But"—he pointed to the Roumanian artist, almost bald at middle age after five years of concentration camp and the almond-eved little Yemenite who had turned up her veil as they both bent over a Hebrew primer on the desk—"we'll work it ouU he said. "Of that I have no doubt. id. Father looked up. h : ride," he said sharply. pt's S ibbat." with the captain. He f and the corner, then ixi. He was obviously I as he gave the driver 1 s. "This is the first seven weeks," he said, A VALUABLE HEBREW CALENDAR! A NEW EDITION! FREE TO OUR READERS! 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PAGE 2 B vJewlsti Her Mian Co-Operative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIHBMAN Mr, Ltebman, :i member "f the New York Bar Association, win soon iii— law in this area. Former director % %  < the economic n of the Zionist Oi on, he has written and lectured v-iv ..ii Israel and V.\ >nlsm He Is .. member ••' the national board of the L'nlted Synagogue o( America and is .1 member of the Miami Beach %  '-" i*h Center, Mi Llebman Is program chairman <>f the Miami Be>aoh Zionist Dlstrli t. THE EDITOR The American sociologist. H. F. mune); 4) parents on a kvutza Infield, after living in and studying kvutzot for almost three years. stated. "An ideal kvutza would consist of those who work equally well, eat the same amount, are housed in identical rooms, use the same kind and number of clothes, beget the same number of child:cn. de>:re the same entertainment, have the same ambition and strength of will, and finally, think more of the other fellow than at themselves, while, he in turn, thinks the same." have no outside worries or cares when they play with their offspring—no unfinished business for the father nor household chores for the mother: 5) children are reared without the development of anv fetish. Oedipus complex or other neuroses: 6) children are trained for adjustment to group living and the early realization of the equality of men and appreciation of group problems; 7) all children receive an education until the age of 15. the %  a y L. u ? equivalent of our elementary and secondary schools, and have also learned to do six hours of manual work a dav in practically every phase of life on the kvutza. Some may question the existence of a maternal or paternal instinct, but most authorities question the existence of a filial instinct. The affections and loyalties of children are bought by that such ideal has not been attained. Man remains man with all his foibles and shortcomings and is subject to his early environment and heredity. To overcome these difficulties, the kvutzot. in common with the tendencies of all totalitarian ways of life, seek to absorb the time and attention nf their members for twentv-four centive or acquire a better status than their parents and that ties between parent and child are not dependent upon the expression of p.irental love and affection. Loyalties to group living and its ideaology have even transcended national interests except during the recent conflicts with the Arabs. Even Ben Gurion, as Prime Minister and leader of Mapai. was turned down in April 1950 when he appealed to representatives of kibbutzim to take some of the olim (immigrants) into the kvutzot and pay them a wage for their labor instead of insisting that they become partners-members, since they do not want to join but want to remain independent and self-supporting. The maintainance of the ideology that there be avoda atzmit (selflabor) and the negation of the idea of employing others, even Jews, as laborers ranked higher than the alleviation of one of the major economic problems of the country. Education I shall not go into the technical aspects of kvutza education. But there are several interesting and important areas of this field. Their ITS each day and from the "" ", thmiieh the e7">ntins "^f: schools are under the supervision cradle to the grave. A comf I .u g u it 8 g i of the Histadrut Seemed with the iood clothing shelter toys anc >i_the "istaarut amplification of comprehensive candies against the background of ati >:-. Thi greater the imThe attitude toward higher learning is significant. With labor as a religion, the job has become more important than the man. Children are born but to take their positions in the fields or other activities of the settlement. While visiting a beautiful colony in the Sharon Valley. I was shown two excellent school buildings and was told that children studied there until the age of 15. I asked the mazkir (secretary). "If any chldren want higher learning do you send them to Jerusalem?" He answered affirmatively. I then inquired as to how many had been sent during the past ten years. He replied. "None." In surprise, I said, "I thought you told me that you did. How do you explain this?" I shall never forget the response. "You asked me 1/ any of our children wanted to continue their studies outside. So far, none of them wanted to FRIDAY. MOV*— n d s M y a >we7T^rirr^ would send them if ,L ^ "• to go." f lhe y wanted I was non-pl ussed a.wys spoke of lhe s ; J h Am Hase fer" (P "' Book). "Don't you have;' 1 1 1 tcllectuals or seekers of adv"^. knowledgeAlmost benJnK replied, "We have some mS-l and philosophers. Musicia 2 only instrument and the in I play here. What do phil need? Books:-So we brary and thev allnight and read. Workt??^ most important thing Bv K I need!"" 5 ^ *" ^ '"^M (In the next installment I shall conclude the routines of the T div >dufl. the scope of activitiJ and the manner in which kin!I butzim have affected the life 5 Israel.) "' r. ;nto the group, the greatI be thi ;.nd ties to roup. Thi best typified by the of the children • : mi ml 1 Next : tion of labor to the fane and dev ven to ildren Nowhere else can iner. more a common home and the multitudes of intimacies that develop from joint living. Yes. children may be trained to look forward to the visits of parents at a fixed hour but the child, as a primitive beast, is selfish and egocentric. I have seen In Israel there is no single, uniform school system—in fact, there are four: Labor or Histadrut. the General Zionist, the Mizrachi. and Agudas Israel. All maintain common basic minimum standards for language and a few academic subjects. Each indoctrinates its pupils with its political and ecoyoung boys become very imi nomic philosophies and attitudes patient with such a visit because toward religion. An unhealthy repairs to the swimming pool had just been completed and the visit partisanship is inculcated which may impede national unity. This NOW THERE'S MORE BUDWEISER •••and there will be still more as our vast expansion program continues kvutza child is not the ty" of his parents. In Gan Shmuel, whi 1 iginal I been I n. 1 iw sevren nd %  %  The nurses for the I :. scientifically trained. In >ns I heard the same of having' c hildren sleep' in the Gaining I must quarters of their parents instead ;' : le from Rost ust quote from an parem istead "• ""1' ''""'* U \ se ?$^P**\. na_ Of the children's house Thehave '"'nal President of. Hadassah. in become concerned about the the Apnl 1950 ,ssue of the pping of the birthrate in the i Haddassah News Letter: ttlements! (The lowest of all -Rival schools operated nts of Israel's population), party lines, such as exist I believe that this has been due to two factors. The first is that those who join kvutza. through our American progres"V5 wi '?, J T ,!"' utza thr u ,l h erlin -.tors Tho ,..-;K; ;,,„; ,. belief and idealism, resent the M .-I TJ~'.' %  i J n '" n lost bv an expectant mother blocks, games and piece of equipment was far be%  pocketbook of middle expecta... from her tasks and they find the consummation of their life's work people, let alone laborers |f^ n W M .J.W Tht \ Second Jan Shmuel is an old! estab!" L nf L „ H^TE f S me lished wealthy kvutza. The size. &T\^L P !. !" The> l P e ce l ve th of each settlement ViV^' ls no opportunit> ; <"'' amount of phyTical h .ldren to develop personal incomforts given, although the children :n each receive the best under the circumstances. Child-rearing is a communal responsibility. From the day the mother leaves the hospital, she little to say about or to do 1 th the raising of her child. 1 Ihildren an % % % %  n by thi ir pan nts fixi l hours, usually betw five and seven p.m., after 1 %  nf ::.. ; 1 impleted his day's Children above nursage spend the gre iti 1 part of Sabbath with their parents, thi "Bet Yeladim" : 1 %  The arguments given by aditi ol this mi thod 11 are free to devote their wi rk day to manual labor %  h is productive; 2i nts can work free from any >r worry about the child know it is receiving best of attention; 3) fewbourgeois parents. especially fathi their children more than the total time afforded bikbutzniks (those living on a coition in Israel, deepen the cleavage between parties and produce citizens whose parly loyalty supercedes and sometimes may even exclude the c&ncept of a common national loyalty. This is not education for sound democracy. 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PAGE 4 A +Je*ist>Iik>rXMiam FRIDAY, 29^^17 EDITORIAL To Th<> I,tutus The appointment of Mrs. Anna Rosenberg as Assistant Secretary of Defense is about as good an occasion as any for us to take off our hats to the ladies. True enough, American womanhood these days has reached a status of eguality with men in public life. But somehow it is a gualified status. Thus far no poltical party has seen fit to name a woman to highest office, such as the presidency or vice presidency, although Mrs. Rcosevelt had been mentioned as a possible candidate. Nor have women been taken into gcvernment service and confidence in the really big jobs. Somehow the male still seems to be adhering to the ancient concept that this is a man-ruled world and he refuses to yield to the weaker sex even though it has demonstrated capabilities equal to or even superior to those of men. The late President Roosevelt had the courage and wisdom to break precedent by giving a woman, Mrs. Perkins, a Cabinet portfolio. But then again, he was one of the revolutionaries of the age and it would have been out of character with his personality if he did not do the unusual. But Secretary of Defense Marshall is a scldier, made of tougher fibre, and when he names a woman to one of the highest defense posts it is a seal and stamp that womanhood has reached that maturity in our public pattern where it can no longer be ignored even for the toughest of jobs. But there is also a Jewish angle to the story. It gives the lie to those alarmists who had been complaining that the time had passed when a Hold And Dross Professor Albert Einstein i= „ v ,, model of gentility in his personal^ ^ J But we are sure those qualities I ^ the motivation behind his recpn. [ 6 no1 ok twenty-year-old Jewish scientist R^ to whom he r-nlleH r,r, ^k,.;_... V Me uben fi, us.but, FOUL DELIVERY— Jew could rise to highest government positions. When an immigrant-born American of Jewish extraction, can reach the pinnacle in government services at a time of hysteria and fear we can be sure that the influence of the bigots is lessening. The scientific field is quile alien to must assume that when a youno m such amazing praise from the wJ* scientiiic thinker he must surely Z\ %  young man, according to the father n f ft is destined to make great contribution/^ kind s scientific knowledge. This of H pleasing prospect for the future For A !" *"' we are wondering whether the element^ famed the Jewish name because of the d*l J activities of another Gold will q i ve „.*jj*1 some credit for the real Gold in our midst Young Gold is yet to pen his mark in history. We hope the humane letter he mi Einstein will influence him in directions other* science alone. Certainly it would be weDdl to remember that so great a mind and as Einstein invoked God's blessing for his "ii forward, for science and all humanity." Ataf when scientific inventions are being turned u weapons of..destruction of man and civilaatjm] is well to remember the higher moral on the universe. Otherwise we are doomed to pen It is precisely because Einstein has~bea| moral voice of our age that he holds so w and respected a place in the world today. Ya Gold has the background to emulate the i master. Gables Center To ^? !" "\ T !" £!?}£! Dedicate New Wing Dedication ceremonies for the recently completed annex to the Coral Gables Jewish Center will be held on Sunday. December 3, the first night of Chanuka. Following the blessing of the Mezuzahs by Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual leader of the center, Cantor Joseph W. Malek. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. the Center Choir and the Choral Group of the Daily Hebrew School, will offer the Chanuka blessings and hymns of dedication. Herbert Gelernter, president o' the center, Mrs. Ralph Bargteil. tpal if the religious school, and Joseph Hurwitz, principal of the Daily Hebrew school will accept keys to the classrooms which will seat another hundred boys and girls, During the Chanuka cerei in eight foot electric Ml :; 11 ah will be lit on the p in addition to the traditional to be I ::i the pie. Invitations havi bi i n sent to nayor of Coral Gable: cials and guests to attend the ex< rrisi Mrs, [,ee Elman, < ; ) lirman of the bazaar committi announce the official results of the week-long bazaar starting November 27 and closing on the eve of Chanuka. With U-M Symphony Erica Morini, renowned woman i violinist, will be guest soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, November 19. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium, and on Sunday, November 20, at the Miami High School Auditorium. | Both concerts will begin at 8:30 p.m. The noted artist has toured the United States from coast to coast over 15 times playing her precious 1 instrument, the Davidoff Stradi.' varius made in 1727. At the local concerts Miss Morini will play the Max Bruch conterto and the orchestra will offer Henry Hadley's In Bohemia and Brahms' Symphony No. One. Pot Of Gold Will Be Feature Of Meeting A Pot of Gold gimmick, conceived by Mrs. Ida Optner. president of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women, will be a feature of the meeting to be held Tuesi day, November 21, at 1 p.m. at the Sagamore Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Irving Lchrman will speak on "Our Children Look to Us," Regional Hadassah Sponsors Institutes Florida Region of Hadassah is sponsoring a series of one-day leadership institutes, according to an announcement by Mrs. Murry Grossman, regional president. First of these institutes was held in Tampa on Tuesday. Another was held at the Monte Carlo Hotel, Miami Beach, on Wednesand B'nai B'rith Girls No. 4 of I day, and future sessions are slated Miami Beach will entertain with vocal selections. Regional ZOA Leaders To Address Meet Here "The conference of the Southeastern Region, Zionist Organization of America, to be held here December 1 to 4, will feature two important luncheon sessions at the Ritza Plaza Hotel." Seymour B. Liebman, conclave chairman, said. Abe Berkowitz of Birmingham. Ala., past president of the region, will preside over the session on Sunday, December 3, at which time a "Membership Clinic" is scheduled. On Monday. December 4. A. B. Waldauer. of Memphis, Tenn., will preside at the lunch-"i %  .-;: HI. which will feature a "Workshop on Israel Projects." Conference headquarters will be the Vanderbilt Hotel, according to Alex Van Strauten. president of the Miami Beach Zionist District and he added that reservations for any of the sessions ma> be made by calling the Zionist office. 58-4643. Free Sons Of Israel Will Hold Party Louis D. Brandeis Lodge No. 199 of the Free Sons of Israel arid its auxiliary will hold their third annual membership party on SatNovi iber 1H. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. Mrs. David J. Zangwill, membership chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Bernard Br-ust is program chairman. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will speak on "The Modern Jew." Milt March of WMBM "Operation March" will act as master of ceremonies. Highlight of the evening will be a ten-act amateur talent show with a prize awarded to the best performer. Judges will be Dona Dane, singing star of stage, radio and television; Bud Wyle, producer at WTVJ, and George Malone. popular pianist. I President of the auxiliary, Mrs. Samuel Gordon will speak on "The Auxiliary Acts," and Presi| dent Leslie C. Rome of the parent lodge will speak on "Freesonism." Music will be provided by Morry and His Musical Moderns. Tfereth Israel Ladies To Hold Latke Party Sisterhood of Tfereth Israel Congregation will sponsor a Chanuka latke party on Sunday. December 3. at 7:30 p.m. at 4316 N.W. 7th Ave. Proceeds will go toward the organization's building. Miamians Attend Synagogue Meet Rabbis Max Shapiro and living Lehrman are heading the Miami delegation at the 1950 national biennial convention of the United Synagogue of America convening at the Willard Hotel. Washington, D. C. Other Miamians attending the for Dayton Beach on Friday, November 17. and San Juan, Puerto Rico on Tuesday, November 21. Heading these institutes is Mrs. Juliette T. Ashner, national Hadassah institute chairman, who has been with the organization, since 1926. During the past five years she has initiated and conducted speakers' institutes in 21 regions throughout the country. Other participants at these sessions will be the Mesdames Alexander Kogan. Barney Weinkle. Sidney Lefcourt, Sol Leslie and Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Leo Levin is chairman of the Greater Miami area. Rabbi De Koven To Address Institute Rabbi Ralph de Koven will meet include Mr. ancT Mrs." Ben P^ eSC 1 l the third '1 the series of Zion Ginsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Al' n Jewlsh Literature" fred Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Macey Kronsberg and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Keynote messages will be delivered by Dr. Louis Finkelstein, president of the Jewish TheoCoral Gables Sisterhood Plans Week-Long Bazaar Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center is completing plans for a week-long bazaar, to be held at the center from November 26 through December 3. Mi s. Lee Elman is general chairman, and Mrs. Max Messer, co-chairman. November 29 Designated Beth David Women's Day Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor individual card parties at the homes of members on Wednesday. November 29. In addition, a joint congregation affair will be held at the synagogue in observance of the event. 1 Thanksgiving Dance The Miami Beach Y will sponI sor a Thanksgiving eve barn dance on Wednesday, November 22. at 8:30 p.m. The social committee and 30-40 ; Age Club have planned the pro| gram which will include square I dancing, contests, games and entertainment. Music will be provided by Jack West and his orchestra. Tickets are available at I the Y. logical Seminary of America and Samuel Rothstein, president of the United Synagogue of America. Rabbi Lehrman, a member of the executive committee of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, is also participating in a special convocation called by this group to take place in Washington on Wednesday. November 15. the Adult Jewish Institute on Wednesday. November 22. His subject will be "Sholem Aleichem: The Jewish Mark Twain?" The adult institutes meet on Monday and Wednesday from 8 to 10 p.m. at Beth David Congergation and offer courses in Hebrew, Yiddish. Jewish history and literiure. There is no tuition fee. Schwartz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Samuel M. Schwartz, formerly of Miami Beach, who died in an airplane crash on October 28. 1949. will take place Sunday, November 19, at 3:30 p.m at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Miami Beach Night Club Owner, Showman, Dies Danny Davis, Miami Beach snowman and night club operator, was found dead in bed last Thursday in his home in the Cynthia Apartments, Washington Ave. and 21st St., Miami Beach. Davis, who was 52, was the. husband of Kitty Davis, for whom the Miami Beach night club on Alton Rd. operated by the Davises is named. Death is believed to have been officiating. Survivors include his widow, one son. we daughter one r? U d b> : "*&£ hemorrhage. ne Davis returned Tuesday night from a trip to New York at which sister and two brothers. Mr Schwartz was a member of the Miami Beach Elks. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends are requested to be present. Turkey Time Fete University of Miami Hillel will present a turkey time program on Wednesday, November 22, at 7:15 p.m. he arranged bookings for the ,\ y Davis Airliner club, scheduled to reopen December 9. Born in New York, Davis formerly operated, with his wife, night clubs and bars in Chicago. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a son. Kenneth, a night club sinser and master of ceremonies now working in New York; his mother, two brothers and three sisters. Hebrew School To Seat Leaders I Installation services for newly elected officers and 1 of directors of the Miami Hd School and Congregation willti place Sunday, November p.m. at the building at 1101fl 12th Ave. To be installed are Wil Weintraub. president: Hen Glantz, first vice president;! Kleber, second vice presid H. M. Drevich, third vice pri dent; Jack Stone, treasurerrl Joseph Schwadron, financial i retary; Mrs. Edward L. Bec^ recording secretary. Members of the honorary 1 of directors are Mrs. Sarah! Gershon August. Hyman farb, William Clein. Sam and Adolph Feldman. Board of directors ind Max Apfelbaum. Edward Becker, Sam Cohen, Herfe Feldan, Ellis Gordon, Sam. toff. Mrs. Sam K itott Did Meltzer, Mrs. David Meluer.J" Sophie .Mo-s, Fred Ochs. !j Fred Rosenthal, Harry Sheftj Rutanskv. Leo Sheiner. Schulwolf. Ben Sok Sokoloff. Mrs. Jack Stone Mrs. William Weintraub. Becker is chairman of the < ning's ceremonies. Rabbi S" April, spiritual leader of thtojj gregation, will be the instt officer and deliver an adf Cantor Berele Kelemer is charge of the musical porWM the program and will be assa" by Mrs. Berele Kelemer. *J Sokoloff is in charge of reW ments. Published every Friday '" by The Jewish Floridian atJ | Sixth street. Miami 18. fWM tered as second-class matt. Wl 1930, at the Post Offl* %  Fla.. under the Act of March*jj The Jewish Floridian has jthe Jewish Unity and tn. ^ Weekly. Member of the **'',,& graphic A 0 ency. Seven Arts j— Syndicate, Worldw.de NW '^3 Natidnal Editorial Association.^ can Association of E"""'^ Newspapers, FloridaPreA^_ The Jewish PloridtW *£,, %  guarantee the ha.-hnj h |U „J chandlae advertised In jt sj^a "SUBSCRIPTION BATES^ One Year jjOO Two Years VII TCt>— "FREDK. SHOCHET Editor and Publ^l. LOUIS ARONOVITZ Ne ws Editor "OFFICE and PLAW 120 N. E. Sixth SWJ | Telephones2 : 114l r ?5y NunMi I Volume 23 ,„ %I1 VR ft 19* FRIDAY. NOVEMBER W. K1SLEV 8, 57U


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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950 +Jenist) Flcridlian PAGE 7 A Personally Speaking Babbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff have returned from a brief trip to New York where they attended the unveilings in memory of their mothers. While in New York Rabbi Mescheloif conferred with Rabbi Alexander Rosenberg, director of the fjcticnal Kathruth Commission, to complete details for supervision of the Strath-Haven Hotel and arrangements for the endorsement of the Union of Orthodox Congregations in the field of local kashruth supervised by the Beth Jacob Vaad Hckashruth, of which the rabbi is executive director. ^* "^ ^r* Sam Friedman and his children have returned from Cleveland, Ohio, where they spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stitsky, 1850 Coral Gate Drive, announce the birth of a daughter on Sunday, November 12, at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Stitsky is the former Naomi Machtei, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei of this city. Mrs. Harry Stitsky, the baby's paternal grandmother, arrived in Miami Monday to welcome her new grandchild and is the houseguest of the Machteis. Naming ceremony will be held Saturday morning at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ravitz, their daughter, Ellen, and her children, have moved into their new home, 345 Fairway Drive, Normandy Shores. Visiting in New York and other Northern points are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson of West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner of West Palm Beach have as their houseguests Mrs. Gruner's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Schwartz, of Belle Harbor, Long Island. Arriving in Miami this weekend to make their home here after a year's stay abroad are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schindler and their children, Roger and Vicky. Mr. Schindler was affiliated with the Israel National Airline, and the family lived in Israel, Paris and Rome. En route to the United States, they stopped in London to visit friends. Prior to their arrival here, the Schindler family will stop in Atlanta to visit with Mr. Schindler's sister, Mrs. Dan Goldhagen, and her family. Mr. Schindler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler. 614 N.W. 31st St. Dr. Blumenthal To Address New West .Miami PTA The newly organized ParentTeacher Association of the West Miami Jewish Center will hold its first general membership meeting Wednesday, November 22, at 8 p.m. in the center building at 5720 S.W. 17th St., West Miami. Guest speaker will be Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, consulting psychologist. A specialist in the diagnosis and treatment of emotional problems of both adults and children. Dr. Blumenthal was professor of psychology and consulting psychologist at the University of Miami. His topic will be "The Development of the Child at Home and at School." In charge of the evening's proi gram are the Mesdames Pearl; Stack. Evelyn Bolner. B. Klein! and Helen Rosman, chairman. 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Miriam Ephraim, program director of the National Jewish Welfare Board, was guest speaker. She called attention to the fact that the nursery deals with the child individually but in a group work setting, teaches a child how to get along with other children and urged the parents to take a greater interest in the school in order to better understand their children. Leon Kaplan, president of the Jewish Centers Association, and Gus Jacobson. executive director of the JCA, spoke. LARGE ROOM—TWIN BEDS Separate Entrance and Bath Kosher Meals if Desired Phone 9-0070 North Shore Units To Hold ADL Nite North Shore Lodge and Women's Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will be joint sponsors of a communitywide "ADL Night" on Monday, November 20, at 8:15 p.m. in Temple Beth Sholom Banquet Hall. Anti-Defamation League chairman, Samuel Weinfeld, and Leo Steinman co-chairman, in cooperation with Gilbert Balkin. regional director of ADL State of Florida, will present two films entitled, "Boundary Line," and "Songs of Friendship. The speaker of the evening will be Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth, and a musical program will be presented by the choral group known as the "Master Singers." Services Dedicated To Gables JWV Post Services at the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Friday, November 17, at 8:15 p.m. will be dedicated to the Coral Gables Post of the Jewish War Veterans, according to an announcement by Melvin Morris, post commander, who will speak briefly. The group will post the colors at the rites. Tickets for the University of Miami Box Theatre production of "On Borrowed Time." to be sponsored by the post on Wednesday, December 6, are still available and may be purchased from any member or by calling Morris at 48-3177 or Murray Solomon at 83-4334. Next meeting of the unit will be held Wednesday, November 22, at 8:15 p.m. at Brunswick Bowling Alleys, 220 N.E. 13th St. Bowling will follow the short business meeting. This scene is typical of the activities included in the program of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Nursery School. Housed in the religious school building, the school is maintained and supervised by the center sisterhood. Here they are shown making the blessing over the Sabbath candles, which opens their weekly Kiddush party. Kott Takes Over Hotel The Adams Hotel at Park Ave. and 21st St., opposite Collins Park, is now under the direction of Seymour H. Kott, young hotel executive, also active in New York. The Adams offers single and double rooms, as well as efficiency apartments. In addition, connecting rooms are available for patrons desiring large accommodations. Pioneer Women's Unit Will Meet Tuesday Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach will meet Tuesday, November 21, at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel, according to Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president. The group is making plans for a Chanuka latke party to be held at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday, December 5. Proceeds are earmarked for the children's building fund. 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS May We Suggest cAl VJyner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddings, Bar Mitxvahs, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 CHANUKAH MEHORAH BOX Delicious fruits and cordials, toasted nuts and trulfols all blended with Barton's Incomparable chocolates In a book gift box. 1 lb. SI.98 2 lbs. 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PAGE 6 B + leistnt)rkBan The Greater Miami UIT Committee Headquarters: Blackstone Hotel. Miami Beach Announeest A TESTIMONIAL DINNER — IN HONOR OF Professor Harold Urey, Nobel Laureat. Atomic Scientist Meyer W. Weisgal. Chairman. Board oi Governors, Weizmann Institute. RehoToth. Israel Wednesday. December 6th. 1950. 6:30 P. M. Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach Subscription $100 Telephone 58-1811 Honorary Chairman, Dr. Bowman F. Ashe. President, University of Miami Mitchell Wolfson. & %  Louis G. Lytton. General Chairman Chairman -METROSmokiMl Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA w Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olives Film To Highlight Gables Meeting "The Story of Dr. Carver" is the title ol a film to be featured at the next meeting of the Coral Gables Lodfitand Women s Chapter of B'nai B'rith on Tuesday November 21. at 8:15 p.m at tnt Coral Gables Jewish Center Principal speaker will be Gilbert J Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation Lewgue of B'nai B'nth, who wil also act as moderator at a panel discussion in which Mrs. A Frank Wellins, Mrs. Max Swartz and Edward Miller wi ll partic ipate. North Shore Lodge Will Hold Membership Smoke North Shore Lodge. B'nai B'nlh. will sponsor its third annual membership smoker and fun nighl on Monday. November 27 at 8 p m at the Indian Queen Hotel, 3427 Indian Creek Drive, it has been announced by President Leonard Tobin. Membership chairman, Milton Mannheimer. is in charge of the i program, which will include community singing, refreshments and I entertainment. Removal Of Offices Theodore R. Nelson has announced the removal of his offices for the general practice of law to 1405-1406 Biscayne Building. Nelson was admitted to the bar in August, 1949. and holds do1 grees from the Universities of, Miami and Florida. A resident of, the area since 1936, he resides with bis wife. Sarah, at 9403 Bay Harbor Terrace, Bay Harbor, Islands. Dial 58-5:100 MIAMI BEAQH 18 OCEAN DRIVE Violinist To Be Guest On Mrs. Volpe's Program Erica Morini, eminent woman violinist, will be the guest of Mrs. Marie Volpe on her Saturday evening radio program. Novem, i ber 18. at 6 o'clock over station | WKAT. Miss Morini is appearing | with the University of Miami j Symphony Orchestra on Sunday evening. November 19. at the Miami Beach Municipal Audi, torium and Monday evening. No| vember 20. at the Miami Senior High School. SPECIAL PLAXON SARRON PLASTIC SEAT COVERS 18* Complete Auto Vpltolstcry — .41! Work Guaranteed Work done by Kiler & Co. Experts THAU. TIIIM SHOP 939 S.W. 8th St. Phone 9-7215 PAULINE VAK V C msultant GLEN A. STALEFER. Prop. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phon.s I-6S17 — I-C7Z7 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERO. Owner See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. through the use of NYLON TENTS A rrylor. ten. completely cover, th. .ritir. .nU.Ld building in which o deadly go. it r.Uawd.Thit new melVd cult your coit in l/l 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY WOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN, TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST EXTERMINATING CO. LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH T V 3 MEALS Fine Foods—Spacious Patios—Free Service to Beach Rooms with Double Exposure—Reasonable 827 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-9124 LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator SUNDAY 10 TO 11 A.M. WEDNESDAY 1 TO 1:30 P.M. TRIDAY 1 TO 1:45 P.M. I a pi. Joe's Fish Marls WHITE FISH PIKE CARP GROUND FREE When you want the highest quality fresh fish ohtain.u CALL ON US ^tamable, 1985 S. W. 8th St.—"ON THE TRAIL" 425 W. Flagler—"AT THE BRIDGE" WE DELIVER PH. 9-6338 Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 9-8456 The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR %  CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH PIZZA! VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY "TRIXIE" CONEY ISLAND'S | FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER • VILLA CAPRI • • ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE $immie SteStea. fast COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5981 V\0".y Ea Sy t 0 INTEREST ON SAVINGS Compounded Semi-AnnooHy 151 Kt m £ Accounts Insured up to $10,000 i!. by Federal Deposit Insurance a C Corporation, Washington. D. JTl ......\1 •.*..!.• %  •iB'WKifftfl'rl'lln-' INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK ieonord I Ab.i Pr.tidsnl /. 46 W. r lagltr St. ^ */„ Miami, Fla. .%•/



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PAGE 6 A +Je*ist flcridian J^A^NOVEMBEj 17.1* Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Meidenberg. 825 Alton Road. Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter. Marilyn, to Wallace F::t-diander. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friedlander. 1206 Douglas Road. Coral Gables. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff performed the double-ring ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Sky Club. Mrs. Paul H. Meidenberg. the bride's sister-in-law. served as matron of honor. Ronald Friedlander was best man for his brother. The former Miss Meidenberg is a graduate of Miami Beach High .1 and attended the Walsh School of Business Science. Mr. [lander attended schools in Newark. N. J. and Miami Beach. He is now serving as a corporal in the army ;>nd := en route overseas. Marilyn Gastfriend Affianced To Alvin Budner Announcement is being made of the betrothal of Miss Marilyn Gastfriend to Alvm Budner. Daughter of Mrs. Ruth Gast\ friend and the late Morris f Gastfriend. formerly of PiltsI burgh, the bride-elect graduated | from Miami High School and She.la Lewis Sheila Lewis Will Wed Denver Doctor and Mrs. J. -Gerald e the igement of their Shi U Cai ilini to Dr. B. Lehrburgtr ui Denver. Col • son of the late Mr. and Carl Lehrbur;!': of New %  Iding will take place Decei i 28 at the home I I ents on DiLido I Beach. Beth David Women Plan Membership Campaign • -. David Sisterhood is formfor an intensive p campaign. Members embe hip cemmitti • eeh • the >n le f Mrs. H rry La if< r, 2121 S.W. 21st St.. tline the drive. • • tl •• meeting were Herbert Sher, Ira. 51 E. D Mi Lawrence Sii %  Ph lip Coe, Harry in, Samuel D David Rabsnowitz Saul Chaftez Flagler-Granada Women To Sponsor Card Party Women's Activities Group of the -Granada Jewish Center insor a fund-raising card party on Saturday. November 18. at 8:30 p.m. at the center. 50 N.W. 51st Place, according to Mrs. Ben Clein. chairman. Mrs. S. B. Kawolsky. chairman of the affair, announces that table prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. Assisting he*r with arrangements are Mrs. Moe N i ielman. Mrs. Jack Whitman and Mrs. Aaron Rothman. Proceeds will go towards the completion of the group's classroom building. Auxiliary To Elect Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will elect officers at its meeting on Monday. November 20. at 1:30 p.m. at"Douglas Gardens. 150 N.E. 53rd St. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub will preside. Judge Harold B. Spaet. president of the home. Mrs. Benjamin Appel. president of the Miami B<-aoh auxiliary, and Leo Allen. lirector of the home, will participate in the program. |L| 1 %t HWB ^fr%jgfr r! 1 J Marilyn Gastfriend attended the University of Miami, where she was a member of Gamma Alpha Chi sorority. Mr. Budner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Budner of Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami Beach High School, he attended the University of Miami and served with the U. S. Coast Guard abroad for two years. He is now ; vice president of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. In the photo are (1. to r.) Mi. Tina Katz. Mrs. Abe Aronw Mrs. Goldman, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Leonore Cutk president of Sholem Women. Sholem Women Fete Mrs. Goldman Sholem Women of B'nai B'rith held an informal reception Monday night at the home of Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, 2450 S.W. 2nd Ave., in honor of Mrs. Frank Goldman, wife of the international president of B'nai B'rith. Officers and board members of all B'nai B'rith organizations in the area were invited to attend the affair. Mrs. Goldman gave an informal talk on her trip abroad and concluded with the reading of original poetry. Among those present were Mrs. 1 Louis Glass.. president „, Dade County Conference of fa ish Women's O. riamzatjons; 1 Ida Optner, president ottfeL ami Beach Chapter; Mrs l3 Katz. deputy of the Grandl No. Five: Mrs. Jennie GM former president of SholemWa I en; Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, pti dent of the Co: .1 Gables Chaw %  Mrs. Isaac Levin, first pre: of Sholem W men; Mrs. |_ Rand, past president of Shol Women. % urdines Store hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone: 3-1141 Bring the Youngsters to visit TOYLAND ACROSS THE BRIDGE. FOURTH FLOOR Ride Santa's Merry-go-round Sholem Women Will Hold Theatre Fete Sholem Women of B'nai B'rith I will sponsor a theatre party at the Miracle Theatre on Monday and Tuesday. November 20 and : 21, according to an announcement by Mrs. Leonore Curtice, president. Screen attraction will be the comedy, "The Jackpot." starring James Stewart and Barbara Hale. | Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. David E. Alterman and Mrs. Frank Toback. Proceeds are earmarked for the l organization's extensive program % %  at Pratt General Hospital. TWENTY-THIRD SEASON ... 1950 1951 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMTH0NY OUNESTM MODESTE ALLOO. Conductor SUN. EVE., NOV. IS, 8:30, MIAMI BEACH MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM M0N. EVE., NOV. 20, 1:30. MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ERICA M0RINI VIOLINIST SINGLE TICKETS SI.SO, SI.80, S2.I0, Si-40, S3.0C TICKETS ON SALEU. o M. Symph. OHie. T.I. 87-4960Uni.tnily Do.* town Offic, 228 S.E. Is* St. lit 3-2317; Miami Bo.ch Radio Co.. 111? Lincoln Road. Tl. 58-7575: Amidon'i Muiie Co.. 220 Ahimbri Cirok Tol. 4-2070 and Join Cndy Snoppo, 335 Lincoln Roid, Miami tuA Card Party Planned The new Brana Rudich Chapter I of Pioneer Women in conjunction I with the Medinah Chapter will I sponsor a card party on Thursday, ', November 30. at 8 p.m. at the t Sagamore Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Nora Simon and Mrs. j Rosemary Gerson Kaplan are co1 chairmen of the event. SWISS KNIGH is TH E FAVORITE CHEESE ,N JEWISH HOMES Mothers find flavor-guarded Beech-Nut Foods end those arguments. 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%  Lv NOVEMBER 17, 195Q .thern Zionist Youth Director To rhli^ht Young Judaea Conclave f ,.,„ M Popkin, director of PAGE 5 A Miami from November 24 t Youth Commission, has "*fldd trip to confer with _~>hrr 4. Violin" a""'" 1 -' SfSirMM of .he local fcmi"-' thern Inter Regional ...Youth Commission, will fcst -^i from November 24 l' )rr 4, Cantor Safnuel out I. ," „" and ZOA leaders. lin will a' 80 meet Wlth vouth groups and speak at ;„,i, Florida Young Judaea U Z to be held at Camp HI November 24 to 26. His [will be -Philosophy of ne J u,! '" Jfnrmer newspaper reportei Lucat:-nal counselor. Popkin l' v..nth activities for He coordinates, an d organizes Young IPT groups, Junior Hadassah fcasada chapters and units of tnter-C'ollegiate Zionist Fed•O|H -al Women ,j,' Da nee topical Chapter of B'nai B'rith ten will sponsor a dance in I r (1 f II"' 107th anniversary of |i B'rith on Sunday, Wovem[• at it p.m. at the Sorrento S'Miami Beach I ihe affair are Mrs. Ch Feldman and Mrs. Stanley w e Mi William Woolf and tta are in charge i Sam Rose and Laibson are handling Its, oration of America. Popkin, a 1939 graduate of the University of Georgia, did graduate work in journalism at Northwestern University. He was an educational and vocational counselor for the U. S. government, working as a civilian employee at the War Department Personnel and Separation Center, Camp Gordon, Ga. and the U. S, Army General Hospital, Augusta, Ga. Other highlights of the weekend will be movies of last year's conclave, shown by Joseph Pardo, former chairman of the Young Judaea Leaders' Council and member of the board of directors, Miami Beach Zionist District. Services Friday night will be conducted by Beersheba Senior Judaea; Saturday morning services by Chaim Weitzmann Senior Judaea and Havdollah by Beth El Seniors. Any Jewish boy or girl interested in attending the meet is sked to call 58-4643. Radio Workshop for Democracy cast prepares special dramatization of dom" for broadcast over station WMIE on Sunday, November 19, at 8 p.m Lowell Thing. Bob Brenner, M. J. Berliner, Robert Baron, who will serve trude Marx, co-director. Vic Knobloch and Lennie Aronoff. "A Measure of Free. Shown (1. to r.) are as narrator, Mrs. Gerimi Zionists To d "French Nite" lect the girl with |, la" will highlight Young Zionists I French Nite" to be November 18. at Hotel, Miami Ih. j nt will include I singer, Fred Roy; r. y, Cuban violinist; ater, Mel and Ray, I il dance team; and a [of can can dancers. Ichacl Marvinand and his orltr.1 will provide music for ling. "A GOOD NAME 111 more to be [treasured them riches." Proverb: IGORDON FUNERAL HOME-^ I SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES l„J or 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Gf cater Miami Jewish causes ,n your time of need let |" help you as we have 0I for other gratefu' families fORDON 71 O.S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 35431 or 9-1436 J. I. AHERN Funeral Director I BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES TO YOU IN A WONDERFUL NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COASTER COlieCT MATCHED SETS OF 68 O R 12 FOR LUXURY DINING -NO BOTTLE RETURNS NO DEPOSITSEXCLUSIVE "BLOSSOM" PATTERN-STURDY HEAVY DUTY GLASS SMOOTHER, TASTIER BECAUSE IT'S MADE ONLY FROM PURE PASTEURIZED SWEET CREAM A SHAKER FOR COCKTAILS, MAITED5, CHOCOLATE MILK. USE PLASTIC COVER AS A COASTER. A BEAUTIFUL GLASS FOR LONG, COOL SUMMER DRINKS. A HANDY MIXER IN COOKING AND BAKING-TO STORE LEFTOVERS IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR. TOY THE OTHER TASTE TREATS IN THE FAMOUS BREAKSTONE FAMILY COTTAGE CHEESE CREAM CHEESE BARS WHIPPED BUTTER w Af a u Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 153 BML 29th St. Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 2 A I fnUii fieri'dian .i. Dr. Goldstein To Speak At JNF Birthday Fete Dr. Israel Goldstein, former president ot the Zionist Organizalii n of America and member of the Jewish Am IU > will lie finest speaker at the Jewish National Fund golden jubilee birthday dinner to be held on December 10 at the Grossinger Pancoast Hotel. Mil mi Beach ace >. ding to Leon J. Ell. chairman of the JNF Council of Greater Miami. This year marks the 50th anFRIDAY, Mrs. Rosemary Kaplan. Miami Beach (right) meets with other members of the advisory panel selected to plan an organizational program for Pioneer Women at the recent silver jubilee conference of that organization in New York City. Mrs. Kaplan is former chairman of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Others in the panel are (left to right) Dr. Esther Richman. chairman of the Philadelphia Council; Mrs. Evelyn Kaplan, chairman of the Chicago Council; and Mrs. Jacob Levitt, vice president for membership and organization of Pioneer Women. Dr. Israel Goldstein niversary of the founding of the Jewish National Fund, which has served the Zionist movement through the land purchases and developments in Palestine An invitation has been extended by the council to the presidents of Jewish organizations in I immunity to a luncheon on Wednesday. November 22. at 1 nist Restaurant, 1381 Washington Aw., at 12 noon. Purpose of Die meeting is to and eo iperati >n of the leaders on the f irthcoming annivi dinner. 5 U-M Scholarships Awarded By Men's Fashion Guild Three seniors and two juniors at the University of Miami have j boon awarded tuition scholarships in marketing by the Men's I Fashion Guild of Miami Beach, %  it was announced this week by Dr. Victor W. Bennett, professor of marketing and chairman of the | department's scholarship com-1 mittee. The scholarships, which cover tuition for the next semester, werej awarded to Peter P. Claussen, of] Orlando: Bernard Marko, Miami: I and Herbert J. Selkowitz. Perth Amboy. N. J.. seniors: and Seymour Rosenberg, of Brooklyn, and David French. Jr.. of Blueficld, W. Va., juniors. Preliminary investigation of fifteen applicants by the university's general scholarship committee preceded the department's screening, and final selection was made by Jules Gillette, president of the guild, and Stuart j Newman, executive secretary. Several months ago the Beach fashion group established two i scholarships for junior and senior I majors in marketing, but this number was increased to five because of the worthiness and high scholastic ratings of the applicants. Offering these scholarships, the guild wishes to encourage students in the university's School of Business Administration to emphasize marketing in their cur' ricula. Gillette said. Simon Heads Zionist Hoard Mori ;< Simon was re-eli ted chairman of the board oi Coral Gables Zionist District at a mi • 'ing recently held at the home "1 Mi and Mrs. N, Weidburg, Norman Lyons, president, announced the educational comir.itt' e would consist of Rabbi Morris Skop. Harold Jaffer and Harold Shapiro: Jewish national fund chairman, Mrs. Pauline Lcvick: membership. Oscar Lelchuk: hospitality. M: 5. o.,: Lelchuk. Lyons ;:ls > announced that the executive committee would tender 8 %  ption in honor of Aaron ii witz li :. • Beth Berl <; aduate S Education of Israi is on a lecture tour of reci pti m will l". held at the home ol Mr. and Bel le, 341 Sluvia Ave Coral Gabli n Tu mbi 21, at 8:30 p.m. GOOD DAY WORKERS $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor Experienced Cantor. Complete Shochet, Baal Korah and Baal Tokeah, looking for position in Greater Miami or State of Florida. REV. JACOB GREENBERG c o I. B. Eisenstein 1553 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 58-5479 Couples Plan Supper Couples, Ltd.. of Temple Israel are ::. plans tor a supper i % %  • tin to bi held Mondaj N •Vi -liber 27. 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llie\wifeltUEI|joipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY SE^^NUMBER_46_ MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS }J,040 Pledged Chest Dinner 425,000 Israelis Go To Polls licious" start with pre-cam, pledges totalling $237,040. Lme 100 civic and business k rs from all over the area the pledges at a gala kickIt the Saxony Hotel Monday |t a ftrr they learned that the "set for this year's Chest is IOO. le announcement brought en[astic exclamations and exJions of confidence from the ered leaders, who got down to | business of pledging their I of the total. They heard a I brief pep talks from Chest (community leaders, and the ging began. le idea of the pre-campaign Jer party was conceived by fn de Hirsch Meyer, who host for the whole affair, kard L. Abess, Chest presi; introduced the speakers included James I. Keller. reorganization chairman and TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Work stopped for 13 hours this week le 1950-">1 Dade C o u n t y | wn en about 425,000 voters went nunity Chest was off^ to jm t0 tne polls to elect 527 municipal counsellors in 43 constituencies in various parts of the country. Communications and essential services functioned normally during the election period. The results of the voting will not be known for several days. At a press conference this week. Minister of Interior Moshe Shapiro emphasized that the population in Israel has almost doubled since the Parliamentary elections which took place 21 months ago. The population now totals 1,350,000, he said. In addition to the 43 constituencies where municipal elections were held, there are 35 regional councils comprising 400 villages, where local elections are scheduled to be held next May. The Minister of Interior also revealed that local elections in Arab villages in Israel, which are now under military administration, will take place within a year. Elliott Jensen. There are in Israel at present 17 ttor of the Cleveland Com, municipalities, 46 local councils and 45 district councils, he IPported. Israel To Move Troops From Disputed Area LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) — Israel told the United Nations Security Council this week that it would evacuate its troops from the disputed area of Beir Katar, and called for removal of the Suez Canal blockade as a token of good faith by the other side. Abba Eban, the Israel delegate to the Council also urged compliance of Jordan with the armistice agreement in respect to free access to the Holy Places and Mt. Scopus and free passage through Latrun. Israel forces occupied Beir Katar sometime ago on the ground that the charts of the armistice agreement with Egypt did not classify it in the area fox which military limitations hire been prescribed. Subsequently, the mixed armistice commission ruled on the complaint of Egypt that Beir Katar did fall within that area. Revealing that conversations here with the armistice commission chief, Gen. William E. Riley, had failed to achieve any change, Mr. Eban said Israel is now ready Recommendation to Set up Central Israel Fund Will Be Presented at CJFWF Parley tiy Fund who is on loan here iampaign consultant, John S. ght. Miami Herald publisher, Meyer, who flung out the llenges for the pledges to be5,000 Sought IJDC Drive Iftei hearing an urgent appeal I funds by Moses A. Leavitt, rutive director of the Joint pibution Committee, the exlive committee of the Greater |mi Jewish Federation voted the Jewish community of ater Miami immediately grant to .IDC and that a special Jpaign be conducted among a Kted list of people to raise this Bey. kcob Sher has been named to Buct the campaign, which wi l I be a Federation project. All pie from whom money will be Cited, he explained, will be pons f; :n whom such a donawill not affect their 1951 Iribution to the Combined |sh Ap| tely after accepting the I p, Sher addressed pi 100 chosen individuals |ng them to contribute $250 Ihe (1:.. ne executive committee reafped principles that all Jewish agencies properly fng within the Federation pure. Dan B. Ruskin, chairJ of the multiple appeals compee. designed to curtail inendent fund raising by Jewish gnizaions, is conducting a py of the campaign situation I.meeting of the Federation P'^ity and public relations nmtttee was held Tuesday at fn to initiate plans for publici'orthcoming campaign. I -Morns Goodman presided. P"esent at the meeting were • Dorothy Fink, Gus JacobKabbi Leon Kronish, Irving pwll. Harold Shapiro, Hank l> er S. Ira Walspv anH .Tncenh lotein. Agreement Reached JERUSALEM. (JTA) — Israel and Jordan authorities here this week reached an agreement whicn will permit an Israeli convoy, held up for a number of days, to proceed to the Hebrew University at Mt. Scopus. The agreement reached is the result of an "unofficial" meeting, in which United Nations representatives also participated. Recommendations to implement the creation of a Central Israeli Fund and Budget and to assure long range stability in American Jewish fund raising will be presented to community delegates for discussion and action at the nineteenth annual general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. The assembly is scheduled for December 1-3 at the Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D. C. Stanley C. Myers, president, in announcing developing program highlights, underscored the importance of the three-day assembly. More than 700 leaders of Jewish communities from all parts of the United States and Canada will review major problems facing American Jewry in 1951. Acting as official delegates from their communities, the leaders will map plans for meeting total Jewish responsibilities in Israel, overseas, nationally and locally. between now and the opening of the assembly. Another major session of the assembly, Myers announced, will be a national mobilization to meet Jewish overseas and domestic needs. Set as the closing luncheon session of the conference on Sunday, the mobilization will mark an innovation by the organized Jewish communities of America in rallying their total welfare fund responsibilities under one banner. The mobilization will highlight the collective achievements of the welfare funds during the past five years and turn the national spotlight on the forthcoming welfare fund drives. Workshop meetings covering three major areas of interest to Jewish communities will open the assembly on Friday morning. These sessions will include campaigning, community organization Key recommendations will be a nd social Panning, made at a major session on national-local relations, scheduled Jewish Legislators mony. He stressed, however, that polis, chairman of the CJFWF P/>t|irnan Trt flTTirP Israel reserved the right to make committee on stable and unified flCIUIIIvU IU WlllvV to comply with the decision in the for Friday afternoon, December interests of concession and h=>r1, with Julian Freeman, Indianasecurity arrangements, in accordance with the armistice pact, for its settlement of Ein Netafim, which is in the area. At the same time, however, Mr. Eban characterized as "flimsy, false and frivolous" the other charges brought before the Council by Egypt and Jordan, and categorically denied that any of them had any foundation. Immigrant-Born Mrs. Anna Rosenberg Appointed To High Defense Post WASHINGTON, (AJP) — An i Rosenberg presently holds memenergetic little woman, long the bership in an advisory committee late FDR's key trouble-shooter on mobilization policy for the Naand a fighter for admission of tional Security Resource Board more refugees to America's shores, headed by W. Stuart Symington, this week was named to the second A key ac j v iser to the late highest post in America's d e | p res ident Roosevelt, President fensive network against aggres| Truman an d t he late Fiorello Lasion. Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg. Glldrdiai Mrs. Rosenberg served national fund raising, and Herbert R. Abeles. chairman of the CJFWF committee on nationallocal relations, as chief participants. Harold Glasser, director of the CJFWF institute on overseas studies, will present the institute's analysis of the Israel and overseas picture. Proposals of the institute will be designed to insure the most efficient manner of utilizing funds raised to meet Israel's most pressing economic needs. They. will deal with the central Israel i ll ? er '^'^l V..-A .-J Budget; the role of 1 The pre-war darling of the Coughlinite right-wing lunatic fringe, the erstwhile "boy senator" of the Democratic Party, Rush Holt, wasi flat on his backl last week afterl an unsuccessful! bid in West Vir-1 ginia for a seat! in the House ofl Representatives. [ But at least two! Fund and philanthropy in relation to the contain e x -p projected bond drive, private inI r" c b vestment and inter-governmentaL n i V e „{,,„ fi| loans: and the character of pro, ^ E^HoTfGoUUtei* K&SS&SSfiS m were back in business after funds for Israel. active in working toward the esa Walsey and Joseph as personal representative of FDR and Mr. Truman in the European Theater of Operations during lems confronting returning GIs. Cited as one of the most capable experts in public and labor relations, Mrs. Rosenberg was instrumental in the settling of some of New York City's most serious At the last general assembly, communities voted in favor of a central Israel fund and budget. the votes were counted. The election week also highlighted the return to office of a number of American Jewish legregional conferences hell during I gg !" JgfJ £ n ,^ the past three months have rear^ elder Congressman Emanuel SSf Jfrf^XaUSl ofThe Cone.-. Abr.h/m Mu.te,. I World War II. She kept the chief KM ££ £M SS^S ifiW executives informed of the probJj f 0 m eet Si's ttee "thcr Jewish congressman^back year needs, according to Myers. J? Washing!on is A Ribicof oi The committee on stable and Connecticut Nathaniel Golden unified national fund raising will i w *+&*$, 1 A ?,' ,'1 present for community approval! P ost of N ew Yo,k Stale Att a long range blueprint for a | community sponsored national labor disputes. She played a prime | cam p a ig n organization which s. Rosenberg To Be Jwn In November 20 ta^p GT N. r D ? fe nse Secretary nn M Mars all, will be sworn tt ", "member 20, it was reQ. Mrs, Ro Senberg is a well fcn„n labor relations and perT* 1 consultant. ^cretary Marshall said that he h iu no one more familiar 5L; P robl n of uDMnul hril... tra >ning and selective Mrs. Anna Rosenberg tablishment of Israel, was named Assistant Secretary of Defense by President Harry S. Truman Her son, Thomas, told the American Jewish Press that his mother had worked with the Zionist organizations and actively participated in the fight for congressional measures which would aid the entry of displaced persons into America. "Mother also helped arrange the tour of the Jewish Hungarian soccer team in the United States some years back," her son added. Mrs. Rosenberg's impending appointment marks the first time in history of the United States that a woman has held such a role in bringing peace in a huge brewery dispute which recently struck the nation's largest city. A former key figure in the nation's social security structure. Mrs. Rosenberg was assigned many important tasks by President Roosevelt. She played a vital role in solidifying relationships between the United States and her Latin-American neighbors. She was the first civilian to be awarded the Freedom Medal by General Dwight D. Eisenhower. For her man-sized job as regional director of the N.R.A., Mrs. Rosenberg was commended by the President. President Truman, in turn, awarded her a Medal of Merit for efforts during the war as regional director of the War Manpower Commission. An immigrant herself, having been brought to America's shores in the arms of her father, Albert Lederer, of Budapest, Hungary. Mrs. Rosenberg has displayed considerable interest in the welfare of America's newcomers. Mrs. Rosenberg's new important post as assistant to Secretary,of State George Marshall will place her in command of manpower and would assure continued stability in fund raising for Jewish causes. The blueprint, if approved, would become operative only in the event present national fund raising arrangements are dissolved or become so weakened as to lose effectiveness, Myers explained. A full dress discussion of these recommendations will follow the General by a strong margin. Rush Holt's defeat came as somewhat of a surprise. Prior to his bid for congress. Holt, a a ber of the West Virginia state legislature, had championed the cause of hate-spreader Father Coughlin. He served as keynote speaker at the 1936 convention of Coughlin's National Union for Social Justice. But in Michigan a long-time buddy of Merwin Hart and reports. Action will be taken by j Joseph P. Kamp. Republican the official voting representatives Clare E. Hoffman made the elecof the communities. Copies of the torial grade. So did the ant reports and recommendations have been distributed to communities and local boards will formulate community viewpoints Jewish John Rankin. One of the leading DP haters, Texas' Congressman Edward Gossett was re-elected, too. "•', ""ning and selective mat a woman •—= •-•' \i T o>rsonnel policies. <* than Mrs. Rosenberg. I high position in vital affairs. Mrs. I personnel polities. Beach Zionists Will Establish Hebrew Section At U-M Library In line with the nationwide ZOA plan to promote Hebrew Language and culture in America, the Miami Beach Zionist District is establishing a Hebrew section at the University of Miami Library, according to Alex Van Straaten. president. Svdney J. Greenberg. education chairman, who is in charge or the project, said, "This will be a Chanuka gift to the library in obsernvance of Jewish Book Month." An appeal for books of Jewish content in all languages, magazines, newspapers and recordings or the price of one or more books or subscriptions has been made by Greenberg. Donations will be accepted at the Zionist office, 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, for the next three weeks. An appropriate book plate will inscribe the donor's name or anyone whom the donor wishes to honor.



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JAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1950 JenMfkridian jeligious Directory... Twn ple ia (R'orm). 1371 MgMM Beth El (Orthor 19th St. Dr. Joieph 1L.MM dox), 590 S.W. 17th AT.. RabM MA !*• Jacob "• K "P lan Murray Greuer. Cantor Jacob E Tambor. Friday evening Kerviceg at 5:30 n m ftaturday morning lervlee. at S-30 God a House." Mlnchit at 4:41 nm followed by Shalos Sudos. Junior Con! gregatlon on Saturday. 10 a.m. to ?,^u Su P, d ?y Bc hool from 10 to noon. I>allj rellgl,UB Hchool 3:30 to 6:30 lUchna 4:4a; Miniha dallv .vi:. Flaglar-Granada JawUh Center, 50 N.W. 51t Place. Services Saturday and Sunday S a.m. Monday through Friday at 7:30 a.m. Mln.ha at 5:30 and Maarlv at 6 p.m Women's Choral Group meets every Monday evening at 8 p.m. Wornen %  Activities Group Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. We*t Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th Si. (Conservative)Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. i i?*£ c *" 1 ,. Sat .?. rdav 3 am Rab, 'l Llfabltl will officiate. Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. PAGE 5 B ithhi Emerilua. r h i:„ k Month will be observed I"* ui-.v evening at 8:15 p.m. Dr. r* h it Narot I""* prepared a special t?l on the theme of "Jewish Book EX."which II1 be included In the f&th pray !" His sermon will deal Ik the current book of Ludwlg C w„hn "The American Jew: Chart ,, 1 Destiny." A, reception will KL The contreatftn will join in lKUi>ion. There will be singing of En i hue hi ,,'ncl refreshments. On Saturday line I 'I %  "•• Dr Narot wl re E"H, series of talks on "Jewish ?.inus Practice." On Sunday morn*, II i m the mothers and fathers .h. children In the religious school Invited to a meeting at which \srot will discuss with them the L :.-' of celebrating the Feast of iJewiib Community Center VenfarraH**). 2020 Polk St., Lilywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; fntor Mordecai Feinernan, viilav evening services at 5:30. Late ,,;;"' W rvlces at 8:15. SaturBniorninB service* 9:30. Sunday Irning religious school 9:45. Sunday hlni center holds open house for J, lh .,'( community starting at 7:30. %  Congregation Kneseth Israel iadiiional), 1415 Euclid AT*., •mi Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. fer. Abraham Seif, Cantor. rfdty evening services at 5. Sat. %  ay morning services 8:38.a.m. Rabbi |Tr will speak on the Portion of the £ek. At he will instruct class In [mud*. Mincha at 4:45 followed by os Si udOI contributed by -ig Llnklmer. Zmlr&a will follow; Iar:v will complete the services. [ evening. November 18. [ pin a Melave Malka by Greater Vmi Mlsrnchl will be held In the jRgofue. Refreshments donated !>>• fljii-r. Mlirachl leader of Paterson. [j. Dall} services at 8 a.m. followed Clara In Mlshna by the rabbi. ki'ha at 5:13 followed by class In fcish Laws and Customs. Maarlv Jews. Dally classes Hebrew school Inday through Thhrsday, 3:30 to Sunci.i > school 10 to noon. Regis|ti,.n dall) In the office from 8 a.m. | p.m. Junior I'on^regation services i a.m. Every Sunday the brotherwill conduct services at 9 foiled by breakfast and cultural pro1m. r emple Betn Sholom iLiberal), Chase Are., Miami Beach. bbi Leon Kroniih; Cantor nuel Kelemer. ,lhn Ijiwrence Yenches. the Cliurch-By-the-Seu of knii Beai h Will be guest speaker [rriday evening. Rev. Yenches will on "Life Wants Adventure." %  tn service Saturday morning at a.m. Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 P^m.: Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Friday evening Service 5:15 p m Saturday at 4 p.m. there will be a story hour for children of the entire community. Refreshments will be served and Hebrew dances and songs will be taught by Hobble Leuer. Mincha at 5:00 p.m. and Shalos Seudos following. Sunday morning service at N. Downtown Synagogue (Conservative). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Friday evening service at 5:30; Saturday morning at 8:30. Daily services 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Meseheloff will speak on "Man's Contributions to Life." Mincha at 5:15 followed by s'halos Seudis. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday, 3:30; Sunday, 9-12. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoviky. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning at 8:30 the rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week. At 4 the rabbi will speak on "Our dps & Downs." Mincha 4:3" followed by Shalos Seudos and M.iariv services. Dally service 7:30 a.m. followed by class in Mlshna. Mincha at 5>:15 followed on Sundays. Tuesdays and Wednesday by class in Laws and Customs, and on Sfondays and Thursdays by class In Jewish Legends of the Talmud. &f&f&f&f % &f&f&f&f&f&f < Announcement The New 1 Savory Bakery; and PASTRY SHOP "I I 1684 Alton Road Phone 58-0136 Opening Thursday, November 16th Wilh the finest in Cakes. Cookies. Pies. French Pastries, Bread, Rolls and Chalos d> All our products baked with butter and with the finest of ingredients. All our Baking Done on the Premises. OPENING SPECIAL Large, Danish Coffee Rings—Assorted Fillings Regular 50c and 60c each — at 35c each Chalos, Regular 30c each at 21c each COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED X % &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f M. NASATffi J. BIRNBAUM Program Director Associate Director WINZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR I PsU NOW — 3 TIMES WEEKLY „ Id y & Sunday — 12 Noon Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN Narrator Commentator First Jewish, Congregation of Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon Bird Rabbi Ralph De Koven. servwi U e n Koven Wl >lclte at set vices Friday at 8:15 p.m. Hebrew ftH" "tally from 4 p.m.'to 5:30 p.!" Sunday school from :4£ to 12 noon. RSKKI> me, -' in Monday. Nov. 3 at t(.iboiH residence, 113 Mendoxa Ave. si ft p.m. Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood (Reform). 1801 So. Andrews Ave„ Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. rabbi. v.lu' r !T'?u m y B £ pm Dr Ranson wll preach on "Religious Ideals of Home and Business." Hebrew sessions Sunda d a> 9 :45.' "*'• e K, U M Northside Jewish Center, Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd Si. Cantor Isaac 8. Smith will officl• "i^ services Friday evening. North Dad* Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8-15 Saturday morning services at 10. Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox), Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowits. Services 5:30 p.m. Friday. Dally service*i at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o clock. Congregation roung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Services FrMay night at 5:30: Saturday at 9 a.m. Mincha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Services Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. and 6:00 All fining Israel members in the area are Invited to attend. TTereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7tb Avenue. Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.: Saturday 9 a.m. All residents in that area are Invited to attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr Friday night services at 5:30; Saturday morning at 9. Dally services at S a.m. Congregation Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services a( 8:15 p.m. dedicated to Jewish Education. Jerome B. Gordon, executive director, Cantor Maurice Mamches and the lleth David Choir under the direction of Leon Shift will officiate. LoinBcBwartsman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Kducallon of Qreater Miami, will lie guest speaker and will discuss the subject, "Let Is Talk Kducallon." Immediately after the services, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wahgclstein will be hosts at an Oneg Bhabbat in honor of their son's Bar Mllzvah. They have also made the floral offering. Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. During the services Johnny. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wahgelstein will become Bar Hltsvah. Students' services at 10:30. Bundas and Hebrew classes are in session. Register jour children now. Miami Beacn Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. In honor of AZA Youth Sabbath the B:S0 Friday night service will he dedicated to local chapter of A7.A and B'nal B'rlth Girls. Participants Include Jay Linn, Max Hagen, Bernard Skolnlck. Miriam Levy, Stephen l-regger and l'hllip C.oldhagen. In absence of Rabbi l.ehrman guest speaker will be Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Saturday morning serlve at 9 with Rabbi Moshay P. Mann speaking on the "Weeklj Portion of the Law." Saturday bible class 4:3" p.m., followed by Shalos S'udos. Daily services in the chapel s a.m. and 5:S0 p.m. youth Breakfast service Sunday morning 9:15 a.m. In the chapel, followed by htekafast In the patio. Junior services 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning in the assembly hall of the school building. Dally religious school Monday through Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30. Sunday school 10 to 11 noon. High school for Jewish studies Sunday 10 a.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Dr. Paul Beck, cantor. Services Friday evening at 8:30. I p.m. Rabbi Mann will speak on "Where Can We Find Our Happiness." Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at 5:15. Saturday morning at 9. Rabbi April will speak on "The Angels Depart." Mlsha at 4:30 p.m. followed by Mincha, shalos Sudos and Maarlv services. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dally 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 pin. Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshiboth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Services dally 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.; Mincha 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Friday evening services at sundown. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve Kessler. organist Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Friday Sabbath service at 8:13. Oneg Shabbat follows services. Rabbi Skop will speak on "Motices of Men." Saturday at 9:45 a.m. Torah study of weekly portion of bible. Kldduah. Bar Mltzvah dub confirmation class Thursday at 4 with the rabbi. Thanksgiving service Thursday. November 23 at 10 a.m. Children to bring can of fruit for gift to Variety Hospital. Daily Hebrew School with Joseph llurtwitz. principal. Basaar November 23 through December I, North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive. Normandy Isle, Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. Services begin at 8:15. Saturday morning service at 9:30 followed by Junior Congregation at 11:15. Itellgious school every Sunday at Ilisoavne Elemental.v school: Hebrew school meets there Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. Where Quality and Price Meet RUTKIN'S INTERIORS Custom Built SLIPCOVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES Guaranteed Satisfaction Upholstering Refinishing Remodeling Eslijitates Without Obh'gatto/i Call 78-0117 4102 N. W. 17th AVENUE wmmm Cooling refreshing—nourishing!. Fancy imported herring tidbits bathed in fresh, heavy cream.' Ready to eat right out of the jar. At better grocers everywhere. 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