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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 )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Km^e 23-NUMBER 47
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
'ederation Cracks Down
On Unauthorized Appeals
Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the Multiple Appeals Committee
e Greater Miami Jewish Federation, yesterday announced
as a result of the activities of his committee, one $100 per
e fund raising dinner scheduled for December 17 has been
celled, another has been postponed and a third has been
nged to a "value received" function.
- appeals deserving the support of
r."Ruskin said his committee
i now studying two additional
raising affairs, one sched-
for January 14 and another
| for a date in February and
prted "every effort will be
ge to eliminate all unauthor-
fund raising outside the
nework of the Combined Jew-
[Appeal annually conducted by
I Federation."
Rie Jewish National Fund has
celled its fund-raising dinner,
UIT (HebrewUniversity
zmann Institute Technion)
[changed its fund-raising din-
to a "value-received" func-
at $12.50 per plate and the
kish Home for the Aged has
Jtponed its fund-raising dinner
II after the Combined Jewish
Teal.
his action followed the adop-
by the executive committee
Federation at its meeting last
irsday night of the following
bmmendations of the Commit-
|on Multiple Appeals:
, That at the next meeting of
board of governors, it be
upon to affirm the basic
hciple that all valid Jewish
the Jewish community belong in
the Combined Jewish Appeal, ex-
cept when there is mutual agree-
ment for an independent cam-
paign.
2. The Multiple Appeals Com-
mittee shall have the duty and
authority to investigate and study
all Jewish fund-raising campaigns
that seek support of the Jewish
community outside of the frame-
work of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
3. As soon as any such cam-
paign or projected campaign is
called to the attention of the
Multiple Appeals Committee, it
shall endeavor to make a complete
and thorough study and shall ren-
der a report of its findings with
recommendations to the executive
committee with all reasonable dis-
patch and the executive commit-
tee shall as soon as possible notify
the agency involved of its decision
regarding its campaign.
4. In the event of a negative
decision in behalf of the agency
involved, the agency shall have
the right to appeal to Federation's
lunicipal Elections In Israel
Esclose Marked Swing To Right
i JERUSALEM, (JTA)The municipal elections this week in
pel, which are considered to be an indication of the present
litical sentiments in the country, resulted in a marked swing
Ihe right. The General Zionists registered a tremendous gain.
fording to unofficial figures, they polled 25 percent of the
lots, as compared with 7.3 percent which they received in
I parliamentary elections in^
luary. ;049. | a ring-wing concentration." while
pe Mapai, Israel's Labor | Haboker. official General Zionist
Jty, still remained the leading organ, printed a page one stream-
lip in tin- country. This party, j er announcing the "decisive vic-
which David Ben Gurion is i tory for General Zionists in local
I leader, received more than | elections "
[percent of the votes in the \ -----------------------------
Ticipal elections. However, in \ Vatican Plumps For
parliamentary elections of ; ,. js_ut..
received 37 percent, i Internationalization
..bout 425,000 persons ROME, (JT) Intensifying
....... 1 an----n>r< f pn lUn inllu'lV.! .ill'.'
its
t their voles, electing 527 mu- campaign for the internationaliza-
Ipal councillors by director, I tion of Jerusalem, the Vatican
pt balloting I pressfor the second time within
iHicial results of the munici- \wf^kTPblis? SSgZ %~
1 as in Tel Aviv show j Phasizing hat the Vatican does
the General Zionists there not "* to an.y Sol^1ntu!nt^
31 percent of the votes, the *f usa 1cm problem o herjJian to
fra. received 23 percent; Herut, i Place thf gty anf ff.f ns
[Mapam, 10; Hapoel Mamiz- under international trusteeship.
ni, four; Agudas Israel, three;
* 'es, three; Communist,
f>: Mizrachi two; Yemenites.
?; Landlords. S
lisans. 0.7 each.
1 Hamishar, organ of the left-
K Socialist Party, Mapam,
The press campaign is receiv-
ing new impetus in view of the
two; Yemenites, fact that the Jerusalem issue will
V} Landlords, Sephardim, and 'soon come before the United Na-
tions General Assembly. The
Catholic newspaper, II Quotidiano
in an editorial, criticizes the joint
J-STTSaSB-WE Proposal on Jerusalem offered by
Ition of the votine which ; the Dutch and Canadian delega-
ted that Mapam wongll fTper- j 'ions at the United Nations "The
" "f the ballots as corrmared Ho,v See also belleves that e-
fr 10.6 in the 194 nartTamcn- dom for a11 Catholic institutions
Elections1 The tabuTaton also ^ Palestine must be guaranteed
Ws hat the General Zionists ">dh.at the histonedI right o<
led 25.2 percent of the ballots, Cathohc.sm must be protected,
[compared with 7.3 in the na-
T elections. According'to the
pe table, all other parties "lost
re or 1
the article declares.
Canada Sends Delegates
ntI kss heaviiy." to wit|To Zionist Congress
>wi drepped from 37.2 to 26.9; I MONTREAL. (JTA) C
kutfr 'Vc/lom Ail lo Zba; MONTREAL, (J
kf2 ,\5;4 t0 105; Regious 13 delegates to tl
kfrom\5-4.t0.12^; Pr8res- Zionist Congress
L, ** t0 4; Communists located as follows:
1 26 to 2.4.
U,?U' '"dependent General
"si newspaper, declared that
lond lal Zionists are the
MONTREAL, (JTA)Canada's
the 23rd World
. have been al-
located as follows: General Zion-
ists, five; Labor Zionists, four;
Mizrachi, three; and Left Poale
Zion-Achdut Aovda, one. An
agreement for the distribution of
the seats was reached after the
Party in the state" and
" "ie holding of new national ; General Election Board had un-
'ons Davar, the Mapai news- animously decided to cancel the
,m ri"i a banner stating that : elections scheduled for November
municipal elections produced 126.
board of governors within five
days.
5. In the event any agency
starts an unauthorized campaign
the Federation shall publicly op-
pose such campaign.
6. The polices established here
will be effective to the extent by
which the members of the board
of governors adhere to the princi-
ple stated herein. Therefore the
executive committee calls upon
the members of the board of gov-
ernors not to lend their name or
support to any independent fund-
raising activity by any Jewish
organiaztion conducting an ap-
peal to the Jewish community
until and unless the executive
committee approves the campaign
or until an agreement has been
reached for an independent cam-
paign.
7. In the past, some organiza-
tions have conducted fund-raising
activities under the guise of
"value received" functions. Under
these rules and regulations, a
"value received" function shall be
defined as an affair at which the
fee per person is no greater than
$12.50. Any affair charging in
excess of this amount shall be
assumed to be fund-raising.
8. Upon the adoption of these
procedures'the executive commit-
tee hereby authorizes and in-
structs its officers to fully pub-
licize this to the community.
Chest Workers Hit
60 Percent Of Goal
Pace setters in the Dade County
Community Chest drive continued
their push and reported that 60
percent of their goal had been
reached.
This objective is no limited one,
Campaign Chairman James L.
Knight pointed out. The goal of
Division A, which kicked off last
Wednesday under leadership of
Harry Hood Bassett, is two-thirds
of the total sought by the entire
chest campaign organization.
In raising $231,868.70 to date,
Knight said, the division workers
who are soliciting larger gifts
from business and industrial
groups, are setting the pace for
other divisions to follow.
The report luncheon Tuesday,
at the Columbus Hotel, second
since the division got under way,
resulted in $22,996 being added to
the amount previous raised.
With $38,684 raised by workers
on Miami Beach, and SI 1.606 from
other sources, the grand total now
stands at $282.159.20one-third of
the overall goal of $857,000.
Leonard L. Abess, president of
the Dade County Community
Chest, has announced the ap-
pointment of Seymour B. Lieb-
man as associate chairman to
Sam R. Becker and Howard Kane,
who are serving as co-chairmen
for the Miami Beach area.
Liebman has served as commis-
sioner for the Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica, has been community chair-
man for the Red Cross and has
served as a vice president of the
East Midwood Jewish Center. He
was also the founder and first
chairman of the Board of Educa-
tion of the Metropolitan Council
of the United Synagogues of
America.
Jacksonville DP's Give
To Community Appeal
JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (JTA)
All but one of this city's newly
arrived group of Jewish DP
families have contributed to the
United Campaign of the Jewish
Community Council, Leonard
Moss, council president, reported
this week.
State Department Turns Thumbs Down
On Zionist Protest Against Steel To Iraq
NEW YORK 9lTY (AJP)-The United States' State Department
nas turned thumbs down on the American Zionist Council's protest
against the shipment of sorely-needed American steel to Iraq for
the construction of a new pipe line designed to slit Israel's economic
throat by rendering almost useless the $30,000,000 Haifa refinery.
The State Department's refusal was in answer to a Council
pct i g!, ,^0 weeks ago. In its reply, the American Jewish
Press learned, the department attempted to justifv its approval of
tne plan. The department's approval of the steel shipment to Iraq
was reported by the American Jewish Press earlier this month.
Officials at the Zionist Council after receiving the State De-
partment s "justifications" confirmed another AJP report that a
reversal of approval for the shipment, 111.000 tons of which have
already been approved for shipment, remained unlikely.
Zionist Council Blasts CJFWF
Central Israel Fund Proposal
NEW YORK CITY-Reeling on the heels of a double-
barreled assault from the powerful American Zionist Council's
charge that their twin-bill proposals scheduled for airings at
the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds forthcoming
Washington conference were a cloaked plan to scuttle the
United Jewish Appeal, CJFWF officials hinted that approval of
the proposals by delegates would*---------------------------------------
prove difficult. Others said it
would be virtually impossible.
The American Zionist Council,
CJFWF, as well as the "emergency
plan" group was scheduled to
make a report at tthe Washington
which represents all leading ; conference. But CJFWF officials.
Z onist organiza ions in the United | though staling thal bolh propjsal3
States, blasted the CJFWF's two;would be presented. admitted
proposals both of which they I that a favorable response to the
claimed threatened the UJA. The. projects appeared doubtful,
first, a report of findings by a i
two-year-old committee, outlines "After all," a high CJFWF
an "emergency plan" which'official told the American Jewish
CJFWF claimed would only be .' Press, "the success of the plans
implemented if and when the | depend upon the very organiza-
UJA ceased operations. tions which now voice strong
Zionists, in an official resolu- oppositions to both our prop
tion enacted here Sunday, went ,". "* aief opposed to the plans,
on record severely criticizing the p which we feel will aid Israel and
CJFWF for the creation of the .thc American Zionists, then how
"emergency" machinery, details can ^e truly implement the pro-
of which are embodied in the'posals-
report to be submitted for the CJFWF maintained that a Cen-
conference delegates' approval at | tral Israel Fund would mean
the December 1-3 Washington money for Israel. They contended
meeting. i that a combined Zionist fund-
Also attacked in resolution by 'raising campaign embody in.
the American Zionist Council was I Jsraeh, needs and domestic n
a second CJFWF proposal de- for Zionist groups in All-
signed to combine all pro-Israel
fund-raising activity into a single
would raise more funds.
Chances for the passage
drive. The establishment of such CJFWF twin proposals were
a plan, thc Zionist leaders con- viewed as slim. They reach
tended, "would drastically reduce new low with the Amen
the flow of funds to Israel" and Zionist Council's call to tin Z
harm the UJA and the United ; ist movement to "use e\
Palestine Appeal. medium of educational propa-
The proposed Central Israel ganda to point out the dan
Fund committee, formed last year of any attempt to replace the
at another conference of the UJA."
Nov. 26-Dec. 3 Proclaimed Jewish Book
Week; Display Set For Beach Library
The week of November 26 to
December 3 has been proclaimed
Jewish Book Week by Miami
Beach Mayor Harold Turk. The
annual Jewish book exhibit at the
Miami Beach Public Library will
highlight the week.
The display, being arranged by
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, will be on
the theme "Jewish Books Through
the Ages" and will include books
in English. Yiddish and Hebrew.
A special table will be set up for
juvenile books, and a rack of
Chanuka menorahs will be on
display.
In observance of the week. Mi-
ami Beach High School is present-
ing an exhibit on Judaica. The
two largest book stores in the
area have agreed to set up ap-
propriate displays in their win-
dows.
The Miami Beach Y and the
Miami Jewish Community Center
are conducting forums and book
exhibits. Congregations, PTA's.
sisterhoods and other religious
groups are holding special book
reviews in honor of the occasion,
while B'nai B'rith lodges and
chapters, the Hillel Foundation.
: Hadassah groups, Pioneer \V li-
en's units and other organizations
have announced similar programs.
Radio speeches and review
already on the airwaves and will
continue until December 3.
All of these events, Mrs. Dun-
| tov emphasizes, will under
I the purpose of Jewish Book
Month: "to stimulate interest in
Jewish literature, to develop a
love of Jewish books and the de-
sire to bring them into Jewish
.homes, for there is an old J
saying, 'The more books, the more
wisdom'."
Abell Elected
WASHINGTON. (JTA) M IX-
well Abell. of Chicago, was elect-
ed president of the United
Synagogue of America at the
ing session of the organiation's
convention here. Marvin Berger,
of New York, was re-elected sec-
retary, and Elmer Elmer Ham-
burg, of Pittsburgh, was named
treasurer. ,


PAGE 2 A
vJenisti ncrkiiari.
Plans For 300 Bed Addition To Mt. Sinai
Already Drawn, Orovitz Informs Staff
Preliminary plan:, for a 300-
bed addition to Mount Sinai Hos-
/ pital. to be erected on adjacent
Collins Island, have been drawn
and will be placed :n the hands
of the hospital medic:,1 advi
board within thi
Max Orovitz, p I the
medical staff of I at
din:. S x :.;. |
week.
The rapidity with which this
new addition will be constructed
i largely upon
Quality of patient care and medi-
cal he concluded.
tner, in addressing the med-
ical staff, said he did not want to
unt the many hospital pi
lems, but ratl ted the medi-
cal staff to know that he
proud of thi 1 of the
patients n I n Mount
Sina: hospital H vhen
hospital opened he had many
SUC --. but then
he remembered a statement he
Sharet Chapter To
Install Officers
Beverly Koch will be installed
as president of Sharet Chapter of
E'nai B'rith Young Women at
ceremonies to be conducted at
the Sorrento Hotel on Sunday.
mber 26, at 2 p.m. Mrs. A.
. Wellins. president of the
Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women, will act as install-
ing officers.
i i be inducted are Mrs.
Adele Krugerman, first vice pres-
ident: Lorraine Kohlenberg,
second vice president; Lois Gii-
man, corresponding seen
Maurine Hyman, recording secre-
tary; Roslyn Ersoff. treasurer;
Pauline Glantz, sergeant-at-arms;
Trudi Lach. parliamentarian.
Board members include Romesa
thai. Charlotte Coddon and
Doris Myrow.
Among honor guests will be
Lewis. B'nai B'rith youth
director; Ruth Reiter, first vice
lent of District Five: Doris
Klein, treasurer of District Five:
Mrs. H. Kaufman, council youth
chairman; Mrs. Rose Lewis, form-
er Sharet adviser; Milton A.
Friedman, national youth com-
missioner: and Mrs. Florence
Goodman, chapter adviser.
Arranging the program are
Mrs. Krugerman, Miss Kahlen-
Miss Gilman, Ruth Davis
and Marian Davidowitz.
Dance To Aid Hospital Variety chiidr
The Auxiliary of the Police- Saturday M6V enuS HoPitj|l
men's Benefit Association will at the ber25. aioj
" benefit dance for the MOO .Y\y l!,,'^ club h
sponsor a
Dr. Edward CulJipher, left, vice president of the Dade County
Medical Association offers congratulations lo Max Orovitz.
president of Mount Sinai Hospital, and Samuel Gertner. executive
directoi. on learning of the acceptance of Mount Sinai on the fully
approved list of the American College of Surgeons. Announcement
of the honor was made by Orovitz at the annual dinner honoring
members of the medical staff held at the Saxony Hotel on Novem-
ber 14. The dinner was sponsored by the board of trustees of the
the coun-
4
announci I it the
een ] on the
fullj the Ameri-
can [Surgeons and ex-
ticular pride in this
accomplishment after only ten
months of operation.
.'-.-. thi ject under consid-
" hospital medical
y board hi i stablish-
ment of a rehabilitation and
physiothei ; lepartment, which
will offer the latest techniques in
the fields of physical rehabilita-
tion, work rehabilitation and
physiotherapy, he informed the
doctors. This department, he
added, is to be set up in the
building on Johns Island, so that
the swimming pool may be used
as part of the pi.
gram.
"Interest :n the futun
on tht growth and i :. of
the hi ispital \i ipula-
, ..
munity ir. accoi thi con-
cept
pital : Such growth is
\ I if thi hospital is to continue
to offer .!- community the high
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had learned as a neophyte in the
hospital field. "The ability and
attitude of the medical staff sets
the standard of service to the
patients." The staff at Mount
Sinai has certainly proved it true,
he added.
He went on to state that "on
this occasion in which the trustees
are paying tribute to the medical
Staff, I feel the staff should know
something of the attitude and in-
terest of the board of trustees in
the hospital. As the liaison officer
between the board of trustees and
the medical staff. I can tell you
that the board is constantly seek-
ing to know more about what we
are doing at Mount Sinai and
what other hospitals are doing.
Let US join with them in helping
to make Mount Sinai hospital the
: issible for the care
of the ill and injured." he con-
cluded.
Members of the board of trus-
v sp nsored the dinner.
i Le mard Abess, Jack A. Ablin,
Sam Blank, Mrs Max Dobrin.
V: diand. Leo Gerngross.
Moses Ginsberg, Abraham G
man. I): Morris Goodman Ben-
jamin N. Kane, J. Gerald Li ... .
Liberman, Baron de
H .: Stanley C. Myers,
'i ..!/.. Dan Ruskin. Herbert E.
Scher, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher,
D S ger, Harr; Sirkin,
h Sti in, A (hui (Jngai, Carl
Weinkle, Leonard A Wien and
Mitchell WoH n
Urey To Headline
UIT Dinner Dec. 6
Harold C. Urey. distinguished
professor of chemistry at the Uni-
i versity of Chicago's Institute for
Nuclear Studies and one of the
li aders in the nation's atomic
bomb project, will be principal
speaker at the dinner to be spon-
sored by the Greater Miami
Chapter of the UIT on Wednes-
day. December 6. at the Black-
i stone Hotel. Miami Beach.
The affair, which will also feat-
ure an address by Meyer W.
Wi isgal, chairman of the execu-
tive council of the Weizmann
Institute of Science, has been
sanctioned and approved by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
i according to Dr. Louis G. Lytton,
chairman.
The following chairmen have
been appointed for the local com-
mittee: Charles Bender, metro-
politan Miami: Mrs. Alexander
Kogan, women's division; Prof.
Berthold C. Friedl. university di-
vision; Hon. Burnett Roth, law-
lyers' division; Dr. Stanley Frehl-
I ing. physicians' and dentists' di-
vision; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
(hotels and real estate division;
I Prof. Samuel Hirsch. radio, thea-
tre and television division; and
; Leonard Glasser. architects and
engineers' division.
Next meeting of the committee
will take place Friday. November
24, at 4:30 p.m. at the Blackstone
Hotel.
The public during the An
Revolution acquired a vast re-
the p ss and for the
principle of press freedom.
New Kill To Op>ii
At IMaza Friday
Opening Friday, November 24.
on thi stage of the Plaza Theatre
; will be the one-act production,
"A Lebedige Welt (A Lively
World)," starring Popular Co-
lumbia Recording Artist Paul
Burstein, Lilian Lux. Harry Gen-
del and Florence Wei
The screen attraction is "Maze!
Tov Yidden." a musical comedy
featuring Michel Rosenberg, Le i
Fuchs and Yetta Zwerling.
The Plaza Theatre is sponsor-
ing a program called "Plaza The-
on the Air" every Friday at
1:30 p m. on Jacob Schachter's
. Musical Hour ovei station
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,Ay, NOVEMBER 24, 1950
*Jen1st Fhrtdfian
PAGE 3 A
/'// Say...
.,,., -i illative in a Kibbutz. His pressing invita-
hriUR'it me to Lehavot Habashan near Lake
h The majestic Harmon, towering above, ap-
m much closer than it actually is. Virtually on
cyrian border, this Kibbutz is quite exposed. But
L-oht lights shining from a cluster of Kibbutzim
Ki'p neiiiborhood banish the feeling of isolation.
Edition, the sight of Nebi Yoshu, the police station
1 hcd mi a mountain crest, is a reassuring reminder
libwish heroism. The Haganah made three assaults
Ere capturing this fortress. The graves of 28
I .1(.h attest to their desperate valor.
rbk. Beginnings
three years ago, 40 young men and women began
I mune on land provided by the JNF. The
Ln H;" "ll furnished a loan. But the settlers
to hold their position against attacks from the
lb villa;;- S on the surrounding hills. After the
I'... ,', gan a life of back-breaking toil. With
hands they performed the work of bulldozers
fpried loose the rock encrusted in the soil. Horses
iwed the earth. Crops began to grow.
tut 35 ows are milked daily. Several thousand
tj chickens lay eggs. Their dairy produce is
Idled by the Tenuva, the marketing agency under
fernmenl supervision.
3oing Concern
|he Kibbutznick pqints with pride to the little
fid he has created. For here are sanitary stables
cattle barns for horses, and hen houses for
edin&I chickens. The comfortable dormitories are
series for the children. Concrete duplexes are
dually replacing the sleeping barracks for the
Its, Rocked pathways lined with Eucalyptus
flings are slowly making the roads passable in
rainy season. The newest addition is the com-
Hious dining hall, also used for a club and assembly
(m. An electric plant furnishes ample light and
ter for the settlement.
The Kibbutz: A Successful Utopia
Bright Prospects
Water, usually a problem in Israel, is piped from
springs formed by cascades from the mountains of
Syria and Lebanon. This fresh water is also pumped
by diesel engines into the fish nursery ponds
fashioned by the Kibbutz in the hollow wadis. Noi-
ls industry neglected. Writing desks manufactured of
plywood and safes welded out of sheet iron find a
ready sale throughout the land. The original 40
pioneers have now increased to 280. Their plans for
future expansion are limited enly by their resources
and manpower. Their will and vision seem boundless.
A Socialist Experiment
Obviously such progress could nol be achieved by
individual effort. Private capital would ni ver realize
on Its initial investment. Private initiative was ex-
emplified by the Arab, who for 100i) years kept on
receding to constantly lower economic levels. It took
a different technique to fight successfully the stub-
born soil, fallen into erosion through neglect. And
Jewish initiative found and developed the system
and skill for reconditioning the land to its ancient
productivity.
Inspiration for the Kibbutz has various origins.
The founders were no doubt motivated by the doc-
trine that it is sinful to benefit through the exploita-
tion of labor. This Socialist dogma is gradually
enveloping the world; even conservative England is
slowly shedding her capitalist skin. But there was
also a desire to demonstrate that the Jew can be u
pioneer and work with brawn as well as brain. The
stigma of being branded a luftmensch had to be ef-
faced. A prophet in the person of A. D. Gordon arose
to preach the gospel and dgirilty of labor.
A Kibbutznick Reaction
My young relative, though a teacher in this com-
mune, has studied architecture in Europe. I sug-
gested he leave the Kibbutz and finish his course at
the Hebrew University. I would foot the bill. But
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
he refused, though he would like to be an architect.
"The Kibbutz" he declared, "is my home, mv pro-
fession, my ideal. Without Kibbutzim, Israel will
never build up solidly. Why should I leave? If I need
additional training, I will be sent to school. You
say I am not accumulating? Why I feel rich. The
houses, the fields, the cows, the fish ponds you
are all mine. All my needs are provided. I work
eight hours a day and have enough leisure for read-
ing and amusement. If I get sick, no expense will be
spared to cure me. Should I marry, I am not bothered
with the care of supporting a wife. She docs her
work as I do mine. My children will get a better
rearing and education than I can ever hope to at;
When I grow old, I will be taken care of to my last
day. The Kibbutz is a perfect set up. I don't want
anything better."
Practical Idealism
Plato, Lord Bacon, Sir Thomas More, and Edward
Bellamy have dreamed of Utopias, yet no one
ever attempted to put their theories into practice.
The Jews were faced with the problem of colonizing
and building their ancient land. But thgy found the
ordinary pioneering methods used in America, Al
pr Australia would not work. For in each of these
continents there was unlimited virgin soil waiting for
the hand of the cultivator. In Palestine good lane!
scarce and expensive. There was even a dealt
water. And the Jewish pioneer was an idealist with-
out money or experience.
Just as science harnessed the forces of nature,
Jewish ingenuity utilized the power of idealism.
To such material, a new order based upon a planned
economy of non profit cooperation is enormously
appealing. Each member contributes his talents or
labor. Instead of wages, he receives according to his
needs. Without these 100,000 disciplined intellectual
peasants, Israel would not have emerged. The success
of the Utopian Kibbutz is its best justification.
I
. turope
ide Red Cross
Elect Officers
.,:, County Chapter of the
i in Ri d Cross, will hold
thirty-fourth annual meeting
; \ member 27. at 6:30
at the Miamian Restaurant,
Easl Plagler St.. for the pur-
of electing officers and di-
ors.
hapter Chairman Charles A.
that ample space will
i for Red Cross mem-
s win wish to attend the busi-
meeting and hear the pro-
i beginning at .8 p.m. but who
unable to attend the dinner,
ptiinted out that anyone
contributes one dollar or
member of the Red
is entitled to vote in
n of officers and on
iter business.
eneral John R. Hodge, corn-
general of the U. S.
will be guest speak-
ng to William N. Mans-
U. chairman of the arrange-
mmittee.
S members will also
from Kenneth Murrain, a
or in the Winter Park, Fla.,
School. Young Murrah was
g 20 high school students
cted to represent the Ameri-
r Red Cross on a trip
ast summer to study
work of the Red Cross there.
Nervations for Monday night's
* being taken at the Red
chapter headquarters, tele-
During the War of the Revolu- | editors were forced to flee before
tion numerous colonial newspaper the advancing British army.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, left, was installed as president of the
Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged
at a luncheon meeting at the Saxony Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
conducted the installation. Mrs. Fred Jonas, right, was chairman
of the meeting.
ne 89-oiitii.
Board Meeting Called
A board meeting of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the Jewish
Consumptive Relief Society will
be held Monday, November 27,
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
William Sacker, 243 S.W. 26th
Road.
PLAZA
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Theatre
Miami Beach
5-2302
STARTING FRIDAY. NOV. 24 AT 4 P. M.
A New Show
On Stage
"A Happy World"
Brpn vmyvp s
Starring
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LILIAN
LUX
VP'tids
Florence
and
with
Harry
and GENDELL Humorist
ON THE SCREEN
"MAZEL TOV YIDDEN"
Featuring
Michel Rosenberg Leo Fuchs Yetta Zwerling
With All Star Cast
Continuous Performance
Saturday and Sunday Starting at 2:30 P. M.
Weekdays Starting at 4 P. M.
Hebrew School
Women To Hold
Supper Party
A family nite supper and games
party will be sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation on Sun-
day, November 26. at 6 p.m. at
the synagogue, according to Mrs.
| Murray Kirschenbaum, ways and
I means chairman.
Games, prizes and surprises
! have been planned for both adults
land children, whom parents are
! invited to bring along.
Working on arrangements for |
the affair are the Mesdames Ben
! Sokoloff, Fredrick Rosenthal,
Sophie Moss, Max Newberger, |
i Dave Meltzer. Louise Vogel and !
I Harry Bobrow.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
completion of the rampus room.
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EDITORIAL
We Must Not Fait
A very critical financial problem confronts the
agencies of the United Jewish Appeal today.
The UJA must collect S50.000.000 in cash before
the end of 1950 to avoid serious curtailments in
the programs of immigration and rehabilitation in
Israel, Europe and other parts of the world.
Unless American Jews provide large sums of
cash in the cominq weeks, immigration to Israel
may have to be completely halted with very tragic
results for tens of thousands of Jews who must be
taken out of Eastern Europe and North Africa.
If large-scale funds are not made available
immediately, these Jews will be condemned to
remain in lands where they suffer extreme
poverty and persecution. In Iraq, for example,
30,000 Jews have relinquished their nationality
and disposed of their possessions as required by
their government prior to departure. Now they are
faced with the prospect of remaining in Iraq,
because the shortage of funds threatens the con-
tinuance of the airlift to Israel. In Tripoli, 15,000
Jews seek desperately to leave the country before
it is turned over to Arab rule next year by the
British military administration. In country after
country, time is running cut, and Jews face the
future with fear and uncertainty.
Israel, meanwhile, must continue to provide
for the reception, care and housinq of the tens of
thousands of immiarants who reach its shores
ecc:; month. The shortage of funds for housing
materials has almost brought Israel's constrm I
program to a halt. Tiie people of Israel are mak-
ing heroic sacrifices to carry through their great
program of human redemption; they must have
immediate financial aid, so that the great achieve-
ments of the past months and years shall not be
jeopardized.
The UJA financial crisis has endangered the
effective continuance of other phases of its world-
wide program of immigration and redemption.
Chanuka
Every holiday has its special rfh
some demand somethinq of snr,H-^'
of Chanuka no such demands ~6
are
child
made,
ren
The Light That Must Not Fail-
Relief and rehabilitation activities for hundreds
cl thousands of Jews in Europe and North Africa,
as well as aid to thousands of refugees coming
to the United States, must be maintained without
curtailment.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of
the UJA, has issued a very urgent plea to Jewish
communities throughout the country to intensify
the collection of all outstanding pledges, to borrow
from their local banks and to obtain advance cash
time for pure enjoyment. The
"Chanuka gelt" and present*
Chanukp candles cheer us ^SLT
nS7 l,he ,ews under ,he Mac L
Chanuka has a universalize as vL^
specific note. Univewalisticallv it
the triumph of weaker forces over JV*
cal forces, but at the same time i. In-
applicability to Israel. When we liah" .1*
and repeat the benediction about Go'-u!?'.
miracles "in this season in former time--
seems as if history has reversed itself Vl
times and the latter times appear to cc
Einstein's philosophical notions about
of time and of parallel lines meetinq seen. ,
more comprehensible. "
The victory of the ancient Ma-cabea.ii
both a martial victory and a victory of J.
The martial battle as far as IsraelVm.
cerned is over, but the full battle IomLj
not be won until all the refugees
absorbed and Israel is economical son
ensconced. Sacrifices for this battle ere sffll
manded of us, but ours is the
we have been given to see the greatei
Ours has, indeed, been in that respec.
generation.
payments on me 1951 drive in ordertom
the S50.000.000 that is desperately needed j*
December 13. This is a situation which i
the mobilization of all communal forces.
critical cash situation of the United JewishJU
underlines the basic importance of the !xe3
We feel confident that Jews everywhere til
spond quickly and generously to mee; tbisd
line.
Selective Service Taps American
Jewish Youth In Hechalutz Farms
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
The 1 mg arm of Selective Service
has reached out to tap
American Jewish youth preparing
to help in the upbuilding of Israel
and the number of pioneer
traim I six Hechalutz (Pio-
) trainini in the Un
Stati i as much as
30 percent since I tart of the
K : an -.
lalutz officia
that any plans to temporarily
cussed in view of the manpower
shortage. Reuven Locker, of the
ilutz Hachsaha (Training)
Department, said that several of
the pioneering groups were at-
tempting to attract a younger ele-
ment to the farms to replace those
being called to army service.
"'The average person in train-
ing." Locker said, "is 18 years of
Naturally, he is susceptible
t<> the draft. It is possible that
a younger element might be in-
Chest To Share In
$150,000 Estate Here
A will bequeathing five per
cent of the $150,000 estate of Ed-
ward W. Broidy of 5433 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, to the Miami
Community Chest was on file to-
day for probate in county court.
Broidy, who died in New York
at the age of 64. left half of his
estate in trust for his widow,
Mrs. Rena Broidy. and named
her executrix. This trust is to
go to the University of Cincin-
nati upon her death.
The other half of the estate is
to go to various charitable or-
ganizations, with the Miami
Community Chest receiving 10
per cent of this half ol the estate.
Strath-Haven Gets
Union Endorsement
Nathan Ginsburg, veteran
Kosher hotel operator who has
taken over the Strath Haven
Hotel and Dining Room, has an-
nounced that his dining room is
the only one on Miami Beach to
receive the honor of endorsement
by the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations.
The six-story oceanfront hos-
telry, which has undergone ex-
tensive renovations to bring it up
to luxury standards, contains 100
rooms with bath, a 150-foot strip
of private beach, rooftop solarium,
outside patio, game room, svna- "-" S;m(lv Sandel
hS,T TT"S "".I U 2T-S";'t Glantz and Judy
dining loom stringently adhering < Nox, ,.
North Dade YounJ
Adults Elect Reiterl
Nat Rciter was elected pra
of the newly organized
Adult Group of the North 1
Jewish Center.
Serving with Reiterarel
Sanders, vice president:
Holick. recording secrel
Trudi Lach, corresponding!
tary; Gene Ehrlich, I |
Members of the ontertai
committee include Y.
Frank, Rh< a Kiener ind
Hochfelsen. On thi
means committ' B
Klomkin.
of the naif
slated for Thursday, Nob
to dietary laws.
The dining room will cater to ib""aTthe center, 13630 Wed
weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, recep- Highway.
700 Attend Fall Fete
Over 700 persons attended the U"8 "* ban annual fall festival of the Thanre pi?nfJ .!" u"\ Amt riVan< Foothall Films To
Class of the Scottish Rite Masons 'Kosher hotel field. Ginsburg has FOUHHUI "" |
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ?pc,rate.d, a number of hotels in HiirhliirM SniOKeT
Harry Gordon. 2201 S. Miami both Atlantic City and Miami *"f","*/ JJLbm* ft
Ave., on Saturday night. B('ach and has acquired a national Miami vs. pttMav
c ', reputation for the success of these films will be fe.ituiea
Guests enjoyed a barbecued vcnturC, bership smoker to be spqatf
The affair was arranged by
class members and their wives.
; i He is a member of Congregation j -j" nf Mlami wiil be I
honor a
establishing the" Beth' Jacob" Vaad 5?!?,&,
Theo Budd, vice president; John .th ?, '"^^1 3 V 2 versity of Miami wU **
Dwyer, secretary; and Gordon, f-t\ ,n\.f TW honor at the affair and a
treasurer. ?, u"d was instrumental m -,,,,,,] ;,nd humor
Hakashruth, of which he has
Manpower shortages are being felt at some of the six farms
maintained by Hechalutz (Pioneer), which train American youth
for Israel, as a result of the Selective Service act. Many 18-year-
old youths like those shown above at work haying at the Plugat
Ahyah chava (farm), near Poughkeepsie. have been called to the
colors. Hechalutz headquarters estimate that as many as 30 per
cent of the trainees were on their way to the various branches of
service.
American Jewish Press Photo
close some of the agricultural
training centers would depend
upon "further developments in
the world situation" and "the
training budget." They pointed
out. however, that the training !
farms also served the purposes of '
gathering places for educational
seminars on Zionism and pio-
neering.
"It would be a great blow to
the spirit of the various groups,
"the spokesman said, "if any of
the chavot (farms) were forced
to cease functioning temporarily."
Acknowledging that the possi-
bility of temporarily closing some
of the six farms had been dis-
terested in training for Israel, but
plans have rut been completed on
the matter as yet. It's still in the
talking stage."
Locker disclosed, however, that
member organizations of He-
chalutz were attempting to staff
the training camps with veterans
and men passed the draft age.
Thus far. it was learned, the
number of trainees entering the
farms under this plan has failed
to fill the gap left by the men
departing for military service.
A number of the young Zionists
volunteered for service in the
Army Air Forces and other
branches rather than wait for ac-
and proceeds are earmarked for f^SL^JSHfv^ T 1 th"
charity iounders of the Hebrew Academy,
| he has been one of the institution's
staunchest supporters.
Associated with Ginsburg in the
enterprise are his sons-in-law,
Martin Lazar and Louis Fox. Both
young men have played an active
role in the formation of Young
Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach.
The former, who is secretary of
the congregation, will serve as
resident manager of the hotel,
while Fox, who is president of
the synagogue, will serve as
comptroller.
gram has bei n .uiang
Lemclmen.
Kenholz Aids JNF
Saul I. Kenholz. who recently
' returned from an extended tour
I Of Israel, has reported that he
' was instrumental in raising over
,$500 in behalf of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund while aboard the SS
LaGuardia. During his stay in the
young repablic, he visited a num-
ber of JNF installations and an-
nounces that they are making
fine progress.
Accompanying him on the trip
were his wife and daughter
Helene.
tion by their local draft boards.
The full impact of selective
service upon the training pro-
gram was expected to be made
more apparent at the close of the
year when annual figures are
available as to the total number
of American pioneers departed
for Israel. The figure was ex-
pected to drop substantially below
the more than 300 American youth
who sailed for Israel last year
b
tered as second.c "
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Over one hundred members of
the Hebrew Academy Women, the
ladies auxiliary of the Hebrew
Academy, 918 6th St., Miami
Beach, are expected to attend the
games party to be held at Whit-
man Hall of Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue, on Tuesday, November 28,
at 8 p.m.
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be assisted by Mrs. Samuel
Grundwerg and Mrs. Bea Spolter.
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Lv NOVEMBER 24, 1950
J Judaeans Will Attend Young Zionist
Inclave To Be Held at Camp Kendall
. v..,.r.ff .Tnrtaeans and by Robert Strassberg, who will
PI,PS?nt a Program entitled
"Biahkthe Father f the Oneg
Shabbot. A maccabiad will fol-
low.
^ftgjftjfeHHi
- 100 Young Judaeans and
lenders are expected to at-
,j. third annual Sout
Ball
Ie meet
noon
Dosophy
[of
sheba
ie liiii*.. -------------
Young Zionist conclave,
, .nonsored by the Greater
; Zionist Youth Commission
jN r 24 to 26 at Camp
will open Friday
with a session on
of Young Judaea,"
I, 1 by Herman Popkin.
iion and sports will
^evening program will con-
services conducted by
Si nior Judaea. The
Uettc on "The Biblethe
le Book"" will be given by
kette Sir. Following services
. will be a program of bunk-
skits and an Israeli folk
ling contest.
Iturdav services will be con-
fed by'the Chaim Weitzmann
Judaea. The sermonette
Inuka and Its Relation to
L Judaea" will be given by
|le Washer. After services
Ishops will be conducted in:
ied by Robert Strassberg
|,0 J, v:sh Centers Associa-
dance, led by Camp Tel
tdah graduates Ann Brick,
Rhoda Feldman,
Danny Miller and
t> hay; "Know Young
[ loan affairs. Mor-
j Carole Washer;
I is, Louise Mo
I Glyck; Chalutziut.
I : Marilyn Fish-
I -Jewish relations.
, and Phyllis Kraitz.
|{. iur ission will be
lership of Harold
k :11 speak on "The
f ael on Jewish Life
I
labbat will be led
Irnreich To Teach
llsraelite Center
Idrcv: B. Kornreich has been
he Israelite Center
fcbrew teacher and Sunday
_l supi: visor.
1 ho received his ed-
ton in Czechoslovaia, has had
1 ex-
I a ..... K ''" """-
per of youth igVSr*"
Ips. W h i 1 e
ling as an in-
kier 1n the _
Jy. he oi gan- |
Id y ung
list un ts in f
nany.
! young man
in
V rk, as
|-i'!l a: at the
i ch
Ish Center
1 pie Beth Sholom here.
e Is a mi mber of the Leaders'
Jii.l Young Judaea and the
BtiT Miami Hebrew Teachers
Icial
Igistration for Hebrew school
[be made by calling Mrs. Sam
fen at 4U-8904.
[y Nineties Bill
111 Highlight
fmple Israel Fete
Cay Nineties program en-
"The Nineteenth Street
fties" will be the feature of a
|y to be sponsored by the
PPle Israel Sisterhood, Men's
P. Youth Group and Couples
filed on Sunday, December 3.
Jie footlights will shine on the
lu ^ Glr,s in the persons of
IMesdames Albert Green, Bur-
L- Bernard Wall, Marvin
F'n. William Lehrman, Jay
I ar'z and Laurence Levenson.
I'ghliKht of the program will
* melodrama, "Nell, the Farm-
uaughier" or "A Friend in
' t riend Indeed," written
iwected by Harriet Damen-
" "embers of the cast include
Ifam.. Kobert Lewis, Gloria
l?it-ei\Dr- William Schiff.
**<' Bukstel, Ernest Izan
Michael Isenberg.
f"IL''u Nelson, Conie Jack-
tidnu ,rbar;' Schwartz. Janice
P anl'''nd Pau"ne Oppenheim
Idc '" a musical number.
IK'ialty acts, a barbor shop
Iby Han? ornm,un>'y singing
khefl' lyBoye11 will also add
RK.ty of the first night
fc'^o" Ri,hter 'n CharC
trie, nfam" Her aides delude
lkm.n m!nstein- Mrs- William
"nan and Boyell.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
at dinner. His topic will be "How
Jewish Culture Took Root in
America and Where Is It Headed
Today?" Following dinner movies
of last year's conclave will be
shown by Joseph Pardo and Hav-
dolah services will be conducted
by the Beth El Senior Judaeans.
The evening program will be a
medura with all the groups par-
ticipating in a stunt night.
Sunday there will be a senior
Judaea council meeting and an
arts and crafts session.
Principal speaker at Sunday's
luncheon will be Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, whose subject will be
"The Role the American Zionist
Can Play In a Creative American
Jewish Community."
Highlight of the day will be
the extemperanous speaking con-
test to be held in the afternoon.
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Discussing plans for the Chanuka dinner dance to be sponsored
by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at the
Grossinger Pancoast on Saturday. December 9. are (L to r.) Mrs.
Joseph A. Berman. Mrs. George Goldberg, ticket chairman. Mrs.
Freda Newman, journal ad chairman, and Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff.
Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for the center nursery
school, which is maintained by the sisterhood.
Wt. Sinai Women
To Meet Tuesday
The Women's Auxiliary of
Mount Sinai Hospital will hold
its semi-annual meeting on Tues-
day, November 28. at 10 a.m. in
the Roosevelt Theatre, 770 41st
St., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Monte Selig. president, will
present a resume of the year's
activities. Two films, "Girls in
White" and "House of Mercy,"
will be shown, and presentation
of caps will be made to the cur-
rent class of nurses aides, as well
as service awards to the volun-
teers who have given more than
200 hours of work.
The films have been provided
through the efforts of Mrs. Louis
Krensky, who arranged prelimi-
nary plans for the meeting. Miss
Elsie Schwabe and Mrs. Harry
Markowitz, chairmen of the
nurses aides, will partitcipate in
the capping ceremony, and Mrs.
Max Dreyer, auxiliary awards
chairman, will make the presenta-
tions. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink
is program chairman.
Kornreich
6ke7&7g/ is worth
ion words
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Strictly Neighbors
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Bv HELEN ALPERT
HOTEL HOPS
Females of the Fourth Estate, you remember, tossed a welcome
breakfast at the Saxony for Inez Robb. glamor-gal on Hearst's
feature-service. INS. In a chair of strategy, near both the door and
Mis? Robb. sat Sally Spaet looking very wonderful in a lacquered
upsweep. Last time we saw Sally (too long ago) she was a wind-
blown moppet checking proofs in The Jewish Floridian office .
Miss Robb wore a new close-hugging two-piece black taffeta. She
didn't push up the leg o' mutton sleeves. The little Peter Pan
buttoned packet blossomed a giant orchid, gift of the newswomen.
And then Chris Kimmel of the U. of M. Quill Club pinned on a
second giant orchid, token of Robb's honorary membership with
prompting all to wonder: "Orchids, where you taking that
lady?" .
At the Captain's table in the Shelborne. for the kick-off break-
fast of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce new members'
campaigna this-week whirlwind driverealtor Rhoda M. Levine
a lavendar cotton sundress with quilted lapels. She was leaving
: New York 48 hours later. Her team lists Natalie Weinstein. Mrs.
: Ie. Polly Lux. and Toby Emanuel. who runs the Dream Haven
convalescent home. Mrs. Emar.uel chose a menswear suit and
pi nl blouse for the coolish early day. And she's feeling lots better.
last month's illness, convalescing convenientlywhere else?
in her own Haven .
SHORT TAKES
Snow-laden winds will soon be blowing Mrs. Ida Optner's pets
this way. It'll be her son's family, the Philip Optners of Roslyn
ts L I., with chubby three-year-old grandson. James David
The Charlie (Chass) Jacobsons (he's executive director of B'nai
uncil of Greater Miami) unveiled their new porch this
kend. This is one "baik porch" sensational enough to rate
the front door! "Pappy" Jacobson helped with the frosted glass
- beaut tile floor, amber rafters, and wall job of off-
with .. startling crimson rug. While they were at it. the
- went right .head to transform the back bedroom into a
sett :- : Chass' I n-objective paintings. Lime-green walls
st with one solid wall of chocolateknown to the trade as
....
FASHION JOTS
se Gilbert's party outfitslim black sheath skirt topped off
uolman-sleev. I white blouse, sparked by rings of jeweled
"Pete" Chen. ex-Army nurse now a Visiting Nurse.
1 out a Saturday night visiting costumedark fullish skirt
ne of those popular white boucle sweaters trimmed in pearls.
spouse : Dav I Cohen, instructor in government at the U. of
M And he's brother of Bernard Cohen, instructor in anthropology
at C mell .
MMAfl BEACH
Reyna Ullman Younccrman. the artist, is back on Prairie Ave.
I nl res l< nee with the whole familv. They spent much
in X- v Rochelle. The Barzansky Galleries on Madison
Ave. loved her fresh landscapes that they took all of them.
bly, at that February one-man show of her work scheduled
f Tucker Galleries here. Mrs. Youngerman will do cocktail
Hetty Ruth Kaudel
Becomes Mrs. Oster
Miss Betty Ruth Kandel became
the bride of Allen G. Oster in a
d:iuble-ring ceremony on October
8 in the bride's home. 4555 North
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
The Couples ijJW*1,
ur8anii
Jay S;(bert
Silbert Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Silbert,
! 2131 S.W. 21st St.. announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son. Jay. to
be held at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation on Sat-
urdav. November 25. at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
The Silberts will be hosts at a
reception in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah on Sunday. November 26.
from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Vanderbilt
Hotel. Miami Beach.
ed "oriental" Bilk, ankle-length
"FAIR-
EXCHANGE: From Havana is petite Inez Levy. Delano secretary.
T joes tall Mickey Holt, until last Friday secretary at the
li Hot< I tion Etta Tucker's son. Lenny, off
: the Army Wednesday, leaving brunette Mom to operate their
. 2.'ird St. Kids at Miami Beach High
t '.':. ki-Ellen Herman's professional ballet to
Av< 1'. spotlighted the school's Coronation
I She- I ma and Saul Herman
THE TICKER
i as punch. Her Saul's been picked as
in F big Manhattan agency That clever
n Pans} Flaun always gets the eyeher red-checked top
ite skirt by the red-checked open-crown cartwheel
. Bride Evvie Bellin (nee Braslawsky) expects her man
:. N> v V. ar's Day. His Army service was chopped to
- The gang's spreading homecoming greetings all over
apartment on Jefferson Ave. Blonde
ley" S nnett nly the mother of those samba-ing twins.
. i Nan also the Carol Sonnett who designed
first 1 .; '-.:. .imsuits. Natural move here was the launch-
''. y's" fashion shop "Work" dress cute
figure I oetter is the striped cotton Mrs. David Rosner
'.ins in their new Hotel Good .
1CT1YE INVESTMENTS:
Those separate tulle skirts on a velvet waistband. Rush is for
-: From Allardale's came Syd Gottlieb's nautical navys for
th< tart. Two sets: both two-piece. The charmeen gabardine
":-. skirt with a jacket top. marked by high slit pockets framed
The navy silk with starred sailor collar carries gold, white
blue nautical emblems, is finished off with big-cuffed three-
- Syd is Gainsborough's devotee, for bags and shoes ..
LOVE THAT REMARK
' P^ is when you steal from one. When you steal from
died Research."
IT'LL BE FUN ... to hear from you. If you're all a-glow over
:\:shion item you've bought or seen, tell us. Or go on and
be your friends'! Just mail it in to The Jewish Floridian. And
-::zn ;our nime, in case we can't read your handwriting!
%.
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
^ Couples Limit *
S November V"?fi
and Mr. and Mrs i0be:t N
fuss. The program f^* N
ned by a'ndm^sr *{ fl
Adler, Mr. and Mrs V re*
Greene and Mr. ffijft
Thurman. Mrs. Greene is rp^
tions chairman. es*n
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will J
dress the meeting. 1
sister of the bride, ,
matron of honor. She woTe '
eyelet organdy with pale nink^l
cessor.es and a corsage M
split carnation. Martin OrJS
best man for his brother.
. A byttet reception was hM
home for the v-eddinggues-rJ
; lowed by a dinner for the iaS
at the Saxony Hotel. **1
The newlyweds honevmoM,
at the F^t M. .r.tJRU Beach 13
Nassau, Bahamas, and i:i ~5\
ing at 790 N.W. 13th Cou-
Blcme Bar Mitzvah
Stephen M. Blane, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Blane. 1431
Lincoln Drive, Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
November 25, at 9 a.m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
at the ceremony which was per-
formed beneath a bower of
Eureka palms and white flowers
of the season.
The bride is the daughter of
Ephraim Kandel and the late j
Mrs. Esther Kandel. She was !
given away by her father. Mr.
Oster is the son of Mrs. Jack
Lobe, 11, 1670 Meridian Ave.. Miami
Beach and New York City, and
the late George H. Oster.
A white imported Swiss or-
gandy ballerina length dress, with
' embroidered and appliqued
bodice was chosen by the bride
for the occasion. Her white tulle
| veil fell from a circlet of valley
lilies and she carried two orchids
on a white bible with a shower ,
; of stephanotis and white stream-
' ers. The bride was married in her
i mother's gold wedding ring.
Mrs. Charles M. Greenberg.
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Or Will Sell Modern Modal
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Knows Meats Preferred, I&d I
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LANDSCAPING OUR SPEW
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED!
Stephen M. Blane
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will of-
ficiate.
A reception in honor of the
young man will be held in the
center social hall on Sunday, No-
vember 26. at 7 p.m.
Reception Will Mark
Jack Satin's Birthday-
Jack Satin, vice president of
the Hebrew Academy since it
was founded, will be guest of
honor at a reception, to be
ti ndi red by the board of directors
of the academy, at the Sorrento
] Hotel, on Sunday. November 26.
at 8 p.m.
The occasion will be the cele-
n of Mr, Satin's 73rd birth-
day. Councilman Burnett Roth,
recently eh.sen chairman of the
annual Hebrew Academy dinner
will be principal speaker.
SWISS KNIGHT|
mthe FAVORITE CHEESE
in JEWISH HOMES
TASTY CANAPES ... so
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Swiss Knight. Cuts easily,
smoothly for cracker
topping; into attractive
shapes for decoration;
makes both dainty sand-
wiches and big ones for
sturdy appetites. Serve
whole Swiss Knight tri-
angles at dairy meals -
really healthful and nour-
ishing, and everybody
likes it!
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1950
*-Jenisi)fhricfter
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Hirsch, 2611 S.W. 7th Ave are
spending the Thanksgiving weekend in Nassau
* *
Dr. and Mrs Stanley E. Schwartz of Long Island are vaca-
tioning at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. Dr. Schwartz is
resident surgeon at Queens General Hospital. During their stay
the Schwartzes are being entertained by Mrs. Schwartz'
brother-in-law and sister, Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk oi Miami
Beach. On Tuesday evening the visitors were hosts at a cocktail
party at the Delano. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs A J
Goodrich of New York. Mrs. Goodrich is private secretary to
Governor Dewey, and her husband is tax collector for the state
of New York.
* *
Spending a two-week vacation in Miami is Mrs. Laurence
Tanenbaum of New York. For one week she will be the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Keilson, 2252 S.W. 22nd Terr
The remaining week she will stay with her husband's parents
Zn*?MtM%TLlTnhaum- 152 Marseilles Drive- H Marilyn Frank^
M JW ,^*** i Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. Abraham Werman, 1301 Alton oad, Miami I Mr. and Mrs. Sid Franklin. Mi-
Beach, had a surprise visit from their eldest son, Gustave G ;irr" Bcach- announce the engage-
| Werman of Brooklyn, N. Y.
* *
Miss Ruth M. Reiter of Washington, D. C, is spending a
two-week vacation with Miss Doris J. Klein, 200 S.W 19th Ave
While in Miami, Miss Reiter, who is first vice president of
District Five B'nai B'rith Young Women and recording secretary
of Frances Y. Slanger Chapter, BBYW, Washington, will preside
lover an executive committee meeting for all district officers
[committee chairmen and Greater Miami chapter presidents.
* *
PAGE 7 A
Engagement Announced
Betrothal of Miss Renee
Waldorf to Albert Levy has been
revealed by her mother, Mrs.
Hyman Y. Waldorf, 3002 N.W. 7th
Ave., and the late Mr. Waldorf.
Mr. Levy is the son of the Isaac
Levys, 2312 North Miami Ave.
Both Miss Waldorf and her
fiance are graduates of Miami
High School.
ment of their daughter, Marilyn
Barbara, to Stanley A. Robins,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Robins of Warren, Ohio, and Mi-
ami Beach.
A graduate of Whitficld School,
the bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she was
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority.
Her fiance attended Ohio State
and the University of Miami,
where he was president of Phi
A7,!n%awri,%lilineSS Qt MUnt Sinai *** Alex Harri- lEpsilon^i SUSSR
ison, 710 S.W. 12th Ave., is recuperating at the home of his :
Ison-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, 2900
IS.W. 16th St.
*
Mr. and Mrs. David Friedman have returned from an ex-
pended tour of Israel. Mr. Friedman is honorary president of the
|Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers' Association
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Wohlstadter of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Ihave arrived to spend the winter in Miami Beach. The Wohl-
|stadters are the parents of Mrs. Harold Turk
* *
The bris of Steven Joel Lasky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
ILasky, was held last Thursday at the home of his parents. The
|Bev. Philip Fried officiated.
* *
West Palm Beachite Frank U. Bayer is spending a month
New York.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold M. Greenfield, 1040 03rd St., Bay
Harbor, announce the birth of a son, Charles Danton, born
November 14 at Mount Sinai Hospital. The mother is the former
Ruth Wolkowsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolkowsky of this
Wjr. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Charles Greenfield of Miami
each.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner and daughter, Lee, have re-
ined from a vacation in New York City and Richmond, Va.
* -H
Mis. Ethel Shochet has returned to the city after spending
be summer in the North.
Sisterhood To Mark
Beth David Day
Wednesday, November 29, has
been designated Beth David Day.
In honor of the occasion the sis-
terhood will sponsor card parties
at the homes of individual mem-
bers. In addition, there will be a
joint congregation affair that
night for members and friends.
The sisterhood has set up a gift
shop at the synagogue for
Chanuka. Offered for sale at the
shop are traditional Chanuka
items.
I


Planning a December 24 wed-
ding is Miss Marcia Ann Roffeld.
whose engagement to Abraham
Seiderman. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Seiderman, 1244 S.W. 5th
St., has been announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Roffeld, 136 S.W. 17th Court. She
is a graduate of Miami High
School. Mr. Seiderman attended
schools in New York.
Renee Waldorf
Israelite Center
to Seat Leaders
Israelite Center and its Sister-
hood will hold a joint installation
It the center, 3198 S.W. 24th
prr., on Sunday evening, De-
cember 17. Dinner and entertain-
e scheduled.
In charge of arrangements for
W event are C. Fidelman. chair-
fan. Mr and Mrs. E. Katz, Mrs.
!_* inkelstein, Mrs. A, Dechowitz,
s- J- Keklman, Murrav Parks,
m Sandier, A. Basin. M. Aaron.
Rita Ross Selected
Rita Ross was selected the girl
"with the most oo la la" at the
Miami Young Zionist District's
"French Night" Saturday at the
Shelborne Hotel.
The organiation will hold its
next meeting on Thursday, No-
vember 30, at 8 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
May We
Suggest
Wyner
His Violin
and
Orchestra
For All Your Social Functions
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties
PHONE 83-7581
Talent Show Planned
An all-star talent show will be
presented at Hillel House, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables, on Wednesday, November
29, at 7:15 p.m. Students will ap-
pear in a series of variety acts
and sketches.
Sorority Will Sponsor
Card Party Monday
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami will sponsor its
first annual card party at the
Sherry-Frontenac Hotel. Mondav,
November 27, at 8:30 p.m. Pro-
ceeds will be contributed to the
Cerebral Palsy Association.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Paul Furman and Mrs. R.
Zion. Tickets may be purchased
from any of the Phi Sigma Sigma
alumnae or at the door.
Hold Membership Tea
Winx Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls held its annual membership
tea Sunday afternoon, November
4, at the home of Ernice Weinkle.
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Nurse Tells How Hadacol
Was So Helpful To Her
Supplied Vitamins B', B2, Iron and Niacin
Which Her System Lacked
tal to help maintain good health
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Why These Vitamins and
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There's a very good reason why
HADACOL comes in special
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PAGE 8 A
vlfmistflcrkUarL
nUDAY^Noyog^.
Sewing Unit Dedicates Room In Mt. Sinai
Hospital To Mrs. Blanche Cowen
-'. dedication of a room in
Mi -int Sinai Hospital took place
week at ceremonies in the
M morial Room of the hospital.
t< d by the Blanche Cowen
Sewing Group, the room will be
the Blanche Cowen
n in memory of one of the'
kders of the sewing group.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
enii : Temple Israel, offici-
I at the unveiling of the
nze plaque that was placed
. e the door of the room.
Max Orovitz, president of the
pital, congratulated the women
for '"the fine tribute to one of
r former members. It gives
me a great deal of pleasure to
see you here today commemorat-
ing the life and work of Mrs. \
a en in such a charitable man- :
ner. The hospital is fortunate to
. women such as you on our
team," he added.
Also on hand to commend the
group was Samuel Gertner, ex-
ecutive director. "You women
have been a tremend pira-
tion to us '' P" w
will be able to
y >ur confidence in us


Organized fii I s thi Pii
Needles Gi up I
the g up changed its nanu I '
Blanche Cowen Sewing Group
: Mrs C en died Pres lent
of the unit is Mrs. Albert Seiden.
Other members are Mrs. I. D.
dman secretary: Mrs. Maur-
Orovitz. treasurer; and the
Mesdames David Bass. Joseph
Bernstein. Louis Capland. William
Capland. Sam Goolik. Arthur
England. Otto Fenias. Gus Feuer.
Henry Goldman. Melvin Gold-
strom, Leo Kupper. Abe Libman.
Milford Purcell. Dan Richter.
Larry Rosenberg. Jerome Rosen-
thai. Dan Ruskin. Bernard Salz-
berg and Barney Spcctor.
Sally Rossman Heads
Temple Israel Youth
Sally Rossman was elected
' n1 Of Temple Israel's Youth
Group at a recent meeting of the
I a>n.
Others n imi I to office were
Muriel Schostak, vice president:
etary; and
Stanley Levenson, treasurer.
At thi mi 11 ng th group voted
to become an affiliate of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Youth. The decision followed a
report bv Mary Lou Nels and
ira Schwartz, who attended
a regional meeting of the organ-
ization in West Palm Beach last
year.
Next meeting of the unit is
scheduled for Sunday. November ,
26.
That Sluggish, Let-Down Feeling
Associated With Premature Old n?e
May Be Brought On By Insufficient Or
The Wrong Kind Of Drinking Water
Colden Aggers To
Hear Violinist
Violinist Joseph Kishivisky will I
play at the meeting of the Golden \
Age Friendship Club of the Miami
Jewish Community Center to be
held Sunday, November 26. at
2:30 p.m.
The young artist, who studied !
at the'Boston Conservatory of
M recently gave a cone.
where he wi
It you're suffering from ail-1
ments which are making you]
old before your time...two sim-
ple things may be aggravating
your condition. You may not!
be drinking enough water...or, j
you may be drinking the wrong
kind of water for your system.
According to recognized
health authorities just by!
drinking water that does not!
agree with your system, gravel
stones can form in the bladder.
Also, kidneys, liver, heart, nerves
and even the brain can become'
sluggish. As a matter of fact,!
all body functions can become |
impaired.
On the other hand, a surn-
Cient quantity of soft, pure
l< TRIPURE
water, such
WATER, acts a powerfu
neutralizcr of harmful acids .
is unequaled tor flushl ,'
kidneys, stimulating a slue**
hver and aids in natural J
nation of waste matter Um
the system.
For better health, start
drinking 8 glasses of Tripurt
Water daily. Tripure Water ls
the purest water in the world
99.999 per cent pure...,
delightful, refreshing water ami
one of your most essential aids
toward maintaining good
health. Phone 2-4128 today:
You'll be amazed how little
costs to have Tripure Water ia
your home' Adv.
'7f//S /SA H'/UAN SANOW/CH,
UOWS... apc/thts / the iuna mj
fc/ds /ovef says Jack Dempsevy
Unveiling lhe first dedicatory plaaue to be placed on the door
cf a room at Mount Sinai Hospital is Samuel Gerlner, executive
director. Dr. Jacob H. KapUn. rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel,
ard Mrs. Albert Seicer. president of the Blanche Cowen Sewing
group, watch the ceremony with interest. The plaque was dedicated
to the hosp'tal by the sewing grouo in memory of Mrs. Cowen, one
cf the founders who died last year. Dr. Kaplan officiated at the
dedication ceremony.
B'nai B'rith To Obituaries
Flamingo Lodge

MAURICE GOLDEN

49, I 1-
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lent 1
ervlcei
:
MRS. ESTHER JANOSI
1311 S.V 16th St
Sal C x N '
Mri Janoal wa
New v rk
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M1 N' '
RALPH PLAUT
iway N I .. I

hei
- ide his wift
fieri n i. ai
W both ol N
.':-!. a Plaul nd Mr*.
Hattie k, both '. New v.rk The
re lent t.> N-w Vrk tor
M*n rial I. Mia
Lodge h and
.ill be officia
I into thi f B'nai
N -. mt>
at 3:30 p m. at thi Hialeah
Hall C son
ex< itiv lirector I I !. i
B'rith Council. 1 I
.
enl I I n Fried-
hn Strunin,
up.
esses Fh -
Julius I H oke,
District No. Oni
Go! Isti n New V i k
C
Hi M : Hia-
r\ invited -'. ol
and members ol thi worn-
r. hand to'
nts following the |
i gram.
iate Judge William L.
Pall'jt of Coral Gables will wel-
the new lddge into the B"nai
th family.
Other officers elected to i
with President Bloom will be:
Thet .' i e Robins* n.
W m Kneaplc-r. treasu
Goodwin Abramson. monit
Leonard Wohlfeld. warden: Ha-
rold Lebow. guardian; and Leo
Gelvan, Nathan Becker, Philip
Ly r.> and Gilbert Levy, trustees.
"The new president will accept
;in engraved gavel from George J.
Bertman, president cf the B'nai
B'rith Council, as the council's
< to the new lodge.
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Special Thanksgiving Sale All This Week
on Fancy Poultry, Turkeys and Meats
BRASLAWSKY'S
Kosher TOD Market
A trial will convince you that we carry only
f QUALITY MEAT AT FAIR PRICES
Your telephone orders will rereive our personal attention
1675 Alton Road Free Delivery Phone 5-7944
Under Strict Supervisicn of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
JOSEPH MEYERS
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M. He wu > i k>thln|
ime here fi Ham-
N .-.-.... re hli wife.
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thi .
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1950
Gables Groups To
Hold Barn Dance
Plans are being made by Coral
Gables Lodge and Women's Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith to hold a barn
dance and variety show on Sat-
urday evening, December 9, at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center,
jt has been announced by Mrs.
A. Frank Wellins, chapter presi-
dent.
joint function will feature
ety show under the direc-
tjon oi Mrs, Irving Ger.stenfeld
ilph Bargeil, who will act
8 oi ceremonies. Guests
wil) bi asked '.*> come informally
! in hill-billy costumes.
Chairmen of the affair arc Mrs.
Bhrenkranz and Nathan
i TSt.
SgggjftglgPfcn
Sorority Alumnae To
Hold Pot Luck Dinner
rs of Alpha Epsilon Phi
iciation will gathei
me of Mis. B. B. Gold-
255 W. River Alto Drive,
Bi .nh. on Saturday, No-
25, at 7 p.m. for a pol
:
.Mis. Goldstein with
: are the Mesdames
e, Alexander Rubin
re Berman.
Mayor Turk Designates Nov. 27-Dec. 3
As Hadassah Membership Week
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Mayor Harold Turk signs the proclamation designating the
week of November 2G to December 3 as Hadassah Membership,
?*!. V -ed Jonas- over-all membership chairman, and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
look on.

Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach lias proclaimed November
27 to December ;i as Hadassah
-Membership Week and is calliny
upon the women of Miami Beach
to join Hadassah and through its
mass enrollment help Israel.
Mrs. Fred Jonas, membership
chairman, announces that the
I kick-off breakfast will be held at
!the Monte Carlo Hotel, on Mon-
'day, November 27, at 10:30 a.m.
Gables Zionists
Mark Book Month
In observance of Jewish Book
Month, Louis Schwartzman, ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, will review
David Maletz' "Young Heart." an
English translation of the novel
on life in a kibbutz, at the next
meeting of the Coral Gables Zion-
ist District to be held on Thurs-
day, November 30, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
Lenore Weidberg, alumna of
Brandeis Camp, will give a report
on camp activities and lead the
group in folk singing.
Norman R. Lyons will preside
at the meeting.
Immediately following the bn ak-
tast liir chairmen and their com-
mittees will personally extend an
invitation to join Hadassah to
every woman in the Greater Mi-
nimi area.
Co-chairmen are the Mesdames
Harry Platoff, Milton Weinkle,
A. H. Olen, Joseph Wolf, E. Smith,
B. A. Sterling, Israel Teitch, T.
Greenberg, J Bernard, J. Davis,
Peter Brod, Miss Lillian Goodman
and Mrs. T. Pritikiv.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein has ar-
ranged the program for the
breakfast. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
is radio chairman and Mrs. Louis
A. Gidney, publicity chairman for
the drive.
To Aid In Celebration
Of Jewish Book Month
Six members of the Pioneer
Women Club No. One of Miami
Beach will assist the Jewish Book
Council of Greater Miami in the
observance of Jewish Book
Month, according to Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, club president. They are
the Mesdames Sonia Broides, Re-
becca Schwartz, Minna Bower,
Sophie Krantz, Zipporah Levine.
Sonia Goldberg.
Washington's Farewell Address lean public in the columns of the
was first presented to the Ameri- I Philadelphia Daily Advertiser.
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2 lb. Margarine
2 lb. Veg. Fat
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2 lb. Split Peas
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vJewlst thrHkui
Gables Women To
Hold Barn Dance
A barn dance and country store
auction jamboree will be spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of the
l jl Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables on Saturday eve-
ning, December 2. at the Coliseum.
Happy Harold and his Cracker-
jacks will furnish the music for
the square and ballroom dancing.
r Murrav, Bill Sheetz and Art
Green of WMIE. Jackie Pij r<
and Jack Cummins of WTVJ,
i |e Martin and his gang of
WWPB, will headline the enter-
. ent.
Highlight of evenii
be the auctioning of a baseball
pi nally :,:"'d by Al
"Flip1 R n, h me run cham]
id a
football aul & by Ai
Gustafs n and members oi
rjniv rsity of M football
sqi
n .! :.' I iff is pre
of T iter"
ho id c mn ittee includes:
Florence Einbinder, chaii i
sdames Leo Plan. Philip
, m, Arthur Borack, Philip
Resnick, Ben Friedman. Edward
B n, Sam Rabb, Harold Rein-
hard Paul G lldberg. Lou Barrish
A. J Maloff. .
The proceeds are to be used tor
the completion of the groups
school and recreational facilities.
Sam Kaplan Takes
Over Fleetwood Hotel
Sam Kaplan, executive dii
h Hotel As-
- cial m for three yi r
taken over operation of the
Fleetwood Hotel. Cabana
V Club. Immediately
tion of the Fleetw
Kaplan i i itaryship
in i iciation and as-
sumed the post of managing di-
side hostelry.
pp tinted V.'.
Mi Bi; Ii man ig< r of the hotel
I
ishiesl 'ii the Bi
and enviable reputa
as r I otel man.
many innov
11 ing inaug i at the I
menl
nsisl
.: md I in i i
2ggliJg*Mgui,
Prof. Hirsch To Read
Happy Time" Tuesdm.
Prof. Sam Hirsch 0^%
versity of M.ami dram, la-
ment will read Samuel Tav,
"Happy Time." comedy [
on stories by Robert Fo,aS
and produced by Rodgers *
Hammcrstcin, on Tuesday \v
yember 28. at 8:40 p.m. ^
formance will be under the .*
pices of Freedom House. Resmt
tion^ma, be made by 3g
Pictured al the speakers' table at the Congregation Beth El installation banquet
Dora August Memorial Hall Sunday night are (seated. 1. to r.) Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president of the
sisterhood; Sidney H. Palmer, congregation president for the fourth term: Mrs. Palmer; Mr and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman; Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer; Canlor and Mrs. Jacob Tarnbor. Philip
Berkowitz; (standing. 1. to r.) Mr. and Mrs. Al Zisman; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper: and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Pepper. Mr. Grossman serve as loastmaster and Mrs. Palmer installed the Pincers.__________
Israelite Center
PTA Plans Fete
First social affair of the Is-
raelite Center PTA is scheduled
for Saturday. Decembi r 2. it 8:30
p.m. at the center building, 3198
S.W. 24th Terr.
Dancing, comedy skits, prizes, a
gypsy fortune teller and refresh-
ments are on the agenda. Hi
Miller will be master of cere-
monies.
Mrs. Robert Rosenthal is chair-
man of the event. Working with
her are Mrs. Sam Ezr >1. piogram:
in Miller, N. Shenken and
II Horowitz, decorations;
Mrs. Helen Stock, refresh)
. '.ions may be made bv
calling Mrs. M. K. hi.an at 83-4022.
LEGAL NOTICE
Melvyn Douglas To Star
In ADL Radio Program
Melvyn Doug tars in this
Irama "My Little
Boy." i ; de in the Lest
','.' Forget SI I R lember
series 1 ented Sunday,
radio I WKAT.
Pollack Unveiling
The
f thi M
; .. : mi if :;2J S.W
14"h St.. will take place Sunday.
. mber 26. at 1 p.m. at Mount
Cei ry with Rabbi Mur-
ting. Mr. Pol-
d by his wife, one
son and three daughtei A range-
in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company. Rela-
iends are asked to be
present.
Sparber Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
I 'he memory of the late Mi
Sparber. husband of Helen Spar-
ber will take place on Sunday,
December 3. at 2 p.m. at Mt. N
Cemetery with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating. The late Mr.
Sparber was a member of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Friends and relatives are re-
quested to be present.
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Rich in American Tradition
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Temple Israel, W. Palm Beach. Fla.
MARTIN GOLD
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For full information and brochure please call our Miami
representatives: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altman87-0534
Most of the Mayflower pioneers
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IX THi: i IT i'i i| HT i >K THE
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Dated: Hus 22nd daj ( November,
M i Florida.
B, H LKATHBRMAN
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Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
1. That only stores where the sign of the GMVH H I D J
are endorsed by the GMVH as kosher;
2. That only chickens with the ring of the GMVH H 1D J
are endorsed by the GMVH are kosher:
3. That in live poultry markets only FRESHLY. KI LLED chickens
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FBIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1950
Roth Is Chairman
Of Academy Dinner
Declaring that the need for
h leaders in America has
never been so great as today.
Miami Beach Councilman Burnett
Hth acceptetd the chairmanship
of the annual Hebrew Academy
dinner.
The affair, which is the largest
fund raising activity of the or-
ition, will be held Sunday
evening, January 14, at Temple
Beth Sholom. Prominent leaders
in Jewish communal life are ex-
pected to attend.
Pointing to World War II in
which thousands of potential
Jewish leaders both here and
abroad lost their lives. Council-
nun Roth said, "The Hebrew
Academy is one of the few In-
stitutions, not only in southeast-
*JetfistifhrKfiar?
Sholom Women To
Repeat Futuristic
Fashion Show
B-VaE? an!'Sement of Temple
Sti? few" Si!Lerh>d's Futur-
istic Fashion Show will takp
ftlnnCdneSdaJ' Member?,
at 8 3o p.m ln the temple banque
t CC,'.dlnK to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan
S5&.01 the gioup's h'-<:
"The show made such a
tremendous hit at our tea on
KZV^bc': l Stained u,,.
rv.ipian in her announcement, I .ona r.
mat it has been decided to give of welcome by Mrs
a repeat performance and invite Horwitz, sisterhood'
Gables Women To
Sponsor Bazaar
The second annual week-lone
bazaar of the Cora. Gables Jew?
h Sisterhood will open Sunday,
November 26. with an all-day
carnival tor children with movies,
games and entertainment. Lunch-
eon and dinner will be served, and
a brownie troop wil] be h ,
ty prov.de baby sitters.
On Monday, November 27 at
8:la p.m. the sisterhood will mark
!.; f.e_nd birday. After word.,
Morris B.
president.
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AHmiaS-We" as women, to see it." j Herbert Gelernter," congreua
me^ndVln be un il('m of President, and HerSSHBtaJ
meichandise m toys, groceries and Vlce president. Rabbi Morris A
miscellaneous categories which Skop will invoke the bless ngs t
hhdI d.f th 0,-8aniZation's|a candlelighting cereniony Rabb"
r.lhn"Uf baiacar t0 be "eld on feon Kronish will speak, and Mrs
December 4 and 5. : rw.n Weinstein will lead the ce
Assisting with the show on j '' C1T in Palestinian songs.
Wednesday evening are the Mes- i f?rs- Ed'ar Mi'ler is in charge of
dames Louis Gidney, Ralph Rob- lhe affair.
K CJ1C|ktC,r K,"0ne Alox S,,aus. On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m the
Edward Dokson William Masur Coral Gables Jewish War Vet!
and Benjamin Seidler. Ierans will sponsor a quiz program
wrui'en ^JT* ,G"'dstri^ has for children. Canned goodbrotJS
Ziinh k S.C'.npt "f the show t0 thc Sunday school by the chil-
hv M,-s m T'lna,Tate- assisted dlen wi" permit them to partic .
^* >Jeal Kara Pauline and pate in the preliminaries. Ten
Herman Pried will furnish the boys and ten girls will be selected
musical accompaniment The cos- for the finals. JWV honor guard
tumes were designed
Theodore Reisler.
by Mrs.
Burnett Roth
em Florida, but throughout the
nation, that offers a scholastic
program blending a curriculum of
progressive American and secular
training with intensive Hebrew
studu
"Residents of Greater Miami
and particularly Miami Beach can
be proud of the part that they
are playing in molding future
[ Jewish leaders in America who
will be a credit not only to our
[faith but to the nation."
Located at 918 6th St.. Miami
[Beach, it is the first all-day aca-
demy in the Southeastern region
of the United States.
The Hebrew Academy is a non-
profit community project spon-
sored and supported solely by
Private contributions and some of
}ne best known Hebrew and Eng-
lish educators are on its staff.
Burdine's Elects
Officers. Directors
Officers and directors of Bur-
dine's Inc.. were re-elected Mon-
day at meetings in the company's
Flagler St. building.
W. M. Burdine. namesake of his
father who founded the store be-
fore the turn of the century, was
re-elected chairman of the board.
At the annual stockholders'
meeting, the 10 directors were
named to another term.
They include Burdine. B. H
Blakey, H. F. Cordes, F. B. Cres-
ap. Frank Peterson, Jr., M. Lu-
ther Mershon, A. C. Read, Allen
IH. Salvesen. Rowland D. Saun-
dcrs, and George E. Whitten.
Immediately after the stockhold-
ers' meeting the directors met
and elected the following officers,
in addition to Burdine:
President. Whitten; executive
vice president and general mana-
ger. Cordes; executive vice presi-
dent, Cresap; vice presidents,
Blakey, Saunders, Peterson and
Salvesen: secretary-treasurer, C.
Robert McBrier.
All were re-elected, except that
McBrier last year was treasurer
and assistant secretary, with
Cordes serving as secretary.
SUNRAY8MX
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL-SANITARIUM
roe rest. cowvALesceiKi
AMD CHRONIC CUCi
IIS IW. JO~ COURT
lAMl-n QR1QA
...111 ., ...../ "1U
win open the ceremony with the
presentation of colors.
Free movies at 8 p.m. will be
the chief attraction at the bazaar
on Wednesday.
Thursday night's feature will ,
be a hoe-down dance. Leonard
VV oilman, local recreation leader,
will emcee and call the dances.
Crusty Drybread and the La
Gorce Trio will provide the music.
Prizes will be awarded for the
outstanding square dance costume.
On Friday at 8 p.m. Rabbi Skop
will conduct a special Chanuka
service.
The Miami Daily News Youth
Round Up Unit. "Miniature Man-
hattan," a revue with a cast of
20 talented children under the
direction of Arthur Simon, will be
presented at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
Climax of the bazaar will be
dedication of the center's new-
classroom annex at 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day. A special feature of the
event will be the lighting of an
eight-foot menorah.
Chairmen of the bazaar are
Mrs. Lee Elman and Mrs. Max
Messer.
The attraction at the Coral Gables Sisterhood's week-lonq
bazaar on Thursday night. November 30, will be a hoe-down dance.
Shown prachcing for the event are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cromer
dancing under the arch formed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberq.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER -)i
Beth Sholom Opens
2nd Worshop For
Jewish Living
Temple Beth Sholom's second
annual Workshop for Jewish Liv-
ing got underway Wednesday.
November 22. at 7:45 p.m.
Courses in beginners', inter-
mediate, advanced and prayer
book Hebrew are being given un-
der the direction of Sydney J.
Greenberg. principal of Tempk'
Beth Sholom's Religious School
and professor of Hebrew at the
University of Miami.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
present a series of five lectures
on the theme, "The Bible the
Source Book of Human Rela-
tions." The rabbi's lectures are
scheduled to begin on Wednes-
day December 13.
the Workshop for Jewish Liv-
ing, which is conducted under the
auspices of the temple's commit-
tee on adult education, is open to
the public.
Opens New Office
Saul M. Kline, registered real
estate broker, announces the
opening of his new office at 1983
S.W. 8th St.
Kline, who has been active in
Miami. Miami Beach and Coral
Gables real estate for a number
of years, is specializing in homes,
commercial property and busi-
ness opportunities. Associated
with him are. Ben F. Hirsch. of-
fice manager, Sidney Stepkin,
Bea Stepkin and Charlotte Stein.
18 Join Beach Masada
Eighteen new members joined
the Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District at a recent mem-
bership party at the home of Miss
Frances Cohen, Miami Beach.
The group meets on alternate
Thursday evenings at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Next meet-
ing is scheduled for Thursday,
November 30.
Dave Goodwin is president and i
Ruth Schwartz, membership
chairman.
Sisterhood Will
Mark Birthday
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will
celebrate its first birthday with a
membership tea on Tuesday. No-
vember 28, at 1 p.m. at the syna-
gogue, it has been announced by
Mis. Joseph Schwadron. presi-
dent.
Feature of the afternoon will be
a radio drama entitled. "Chaim
Wei/man a Man and His
Dream." which will be enacted by
the ladies of the sisterhood.
i Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
speak on, "Modern Women in Our
Religious Life." J. Bruce Hess
will offer piano selections.
Chairman of the tea is Mrs. Nat
Coulton, who is being assisted by
the Mesdames Michael Fiedler.
Herbert Feldan, Ben Gold, Isa-
dore Fogel.
Biscayne Introduces
New Grading System
The Biscayne Kennel Club in-
troduced a new grading system
that has thus far proved very
popular with greyhound fans.
There are five grades used:
Grades E. D. C. B and A, the
latter the top or best grade with
Grade E for greyhounds making
their way to the top. There is
also a special race devoted to
maidens or non-winners. This is
designed for the puppy brigade
and will afford the youngsters a
chance to learn the racing busi-
ness in company with othei6
seeking the same thing.
When Real Huntsman captured
the Biscayne Inaugural opening
night, he did it by the skin of his
teeth with the rank outsider. Rye
Seed, giving him the race of his
career. That marked the 23rd
consecutive victory for the Randle
Brothers' champ who earned
$31,640.23 from June 1949 to
August 1950. During this period
he started 77 times, won 48 races,
ran second eight times and third
eight times.
North Shore Lodge
To Sponsor Smoker
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
will sponsor its third annual
membership smoker and fun
night on Monday, November 27,
at 8:15 p.m. at the Indian Queen
Hotel. 3427 Indian Creek Drive.
President Leonard Tobin and
Membership Chairman Milton
Mannheimer are in charge of the
program which will feature
comedy skits, community singing
and surprise entertainment.
Morton S. Fagan Dies
In Georgia Auto Crash
Morton S. Fagan, 55, of 233 West
17th St.. Hialeah, died Monda>
as a result of injuries sustained
in automobile accident in Way-
cross, Ga.. Sunday.
-\ resident of Greater Miami
lor the past 30 years. Mr. Fagan
came here from Chicago. 111. He
was the former owner of trie
Palatial Kosher Restaurant here.
Also injured in the accident
were his wife. Sadie, and Mrs.
Gussie Hershbein. 852 S.W. 13th
Court a pasengcr in the car witn
the Fagans. Both women were
seriously hurt.
Besides his wife. Mr. Fagan is
survived by one daughter. Evelyn
Sunshine Hershbein; one brother,
Arthur M. of Chicago: two sisters,
1 Mrs Ester Cooper and Mrs. Rose
JFunk. both of Chicago: and one
: granddaughter, Eddyse Ilene
Axlrod.
He was a member of Beth David
Synagogue and Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation.
Services were held at Gordon
Funeral Home Wednesday morn-
ing. Rabbis Max Shapiro and
Simon April officiated, assisted
by Cantor Berele Kelemer. Pall
bearers were Jerry Samet, Philip
Berkowitz. Al Funk, Irvin
Cooper. Albert Klein, Jack Pallot,
Sam Axlrod and Marty Miller.
Burial was in Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
Parties To Honor
Elaine Goldman
A series of pre-nuptial parties
is being planned in honor of Miss
Elaine Goldman, bride-elect of
Anshel Rackoff.
Miss Honey Serott feted the
bride-to-be at a kitchen shower
last Wednesday night.
On Saturday, December 2, a
luncheon and miscellaneous show-
er will be given by the bride-
elect's aunt. Mrs. Jean Fox, at
her home. 2398 Coral Way.
Mrs. Bernard Rosenberg is
planning a luncheon and canasta
party in honor of Miss Goldman
early in December.
The rehearsal dinner will be
given December 22 by Mrs. I. M.
Cohen of Chicago.
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It \KE SUCCESSWhen Israel
I. n-mied as one of the fourteen
2'bcrs of the United Nations
*L..,1 Assembly's newly-
med "Peace Patrol," it was an
nt of first importance for the
k|i state. With this assignment
Li issumes a major role in
-keeping machinery of
. United Nations for the first
L It thus marks, in a sense
,int! of age in the world
-.. [ji ii of the "Peace Patrol"
n as one of the two
I consequential ac-
Os that will be taken by the
nbly during its cur-
Formation of the
iup was Point Two
vi n-nation resolution
| out in lifeat the
mbly sessionas
posal.
ion, in its four parts.
i lition to the "Pa-
gency gatherings of
Assembly to take
i peace-enforcement re-
ties of the Security
the veto immobil-
|y after a breach of
taken place, for the
nt of armed units in
ber state to be at the
s call and for a "Collective
committee to study
vs of meeting aggression.
[Of the four parts of the resolu-
ji. the concept of a roving
tchdog commission to sniff out
eats to the peace won the most
despread favor, being supported ,
the Soviet bloc as well as the
usoring Western bloc. The
olution as a whole was ap-
loved by the Political Commit-
with well over a two-thirds
jority, thus virtually assuring
final adoption by the full As-
ibiy.
ike the Acheson proposal in
entirety, the "Peace Patrol"
a stemmed directly from the
perience of the organization in
X n war. Just as the West-
it s were impressed by
that only through the
jident of the Soviet absence
im the Security Council because
the Chinese representation is-
i veto avoided on en-
ement action in Koreaan
n which led to the
Won of giving the veto-less As-
mbly enforcement powersso
equally profound notice
le fact that only because
U.N happened to have one
its own organs on the scene
-year old U.N. Commis-
on Koreawould it get quick
fcerv in of the hostilities and
such considerations led the Soviet
Union to insist that the Big Five
(and thereby itself, as well as
Communist China eventually) be
appointed to the roving commit-
tee.
This point the Soviets won, but
just how or on what grounds, the
other nine were selected is less
clear. It is known that the original
list was suggested by Great
Britain, discussed with the other
sponsors of the resolution and
hen inserted in the final draft
of the proposal. One criterion ad-
vanced by the United States and
Britainalthough sacrified in the
ease (if the Russianswas the de-
gree of support given the whole
resolution. Israel fulfilled this
condition" to the letter and had
also won the favor of the Western
Powers by backing the Korean
action to the hilt, even though a
so-called neutral power itself,
As a member of the peace
patrol. Israel now moves into a
spotlight position in the UN's
tenacious quest for peace. This
key role in political and security
affairs follows by just a few
months Israel's appointment to
the UN's Social Commission, one
of the world organization's most
i^li^wiisltUElliDipidliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1950
SEC. B
Reform Congregations Increase Ritual
Practice And Ceremonial Observance
CLEVELAND, OhioA wide
and increasing acceptance by Re-
form Jewish congregations and
their members of ritual practice
and ceremonial observance in the
synagogue and in the home, was
desperately require for ourselves
and for our children the support
and guidance of the word of God
Israelite lTA
KI Mrs. Sam Sandier has been
elected president of the newly
organized Israelite Center PTA.
Other officers of the organiza-
than we do today," he said, "Nojtion include Herman Mill vice
country and no civilization 'can | president; Mrs. He Mill*
reported recently by Rabbi endure without the kind of prac- treasurer; Mrs. Meyer Stussman,
Morton M. Berman, chairman of
the committee on Reform P a
tiees. at the -list Biennial As-
sembly of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Rabbi Berman. who is tine
spiritual loader of Temple Isaiah
Israel i : Ch cago, told more than
2.000 delegates representing 425
Ui congregations, that
the new atttitude on ritual and
ceremonial practice which per-
vades the Reform movement, in-
tes that Liberal Judaism has
undertaken to correct a i
error made by early anti-ritual-
istic leaders who were intent upon
emphasizing ethical and reli
help immeasurably to counteract
the Arab achievement of getting
the U.N. to extend recognition to
the Arab League as a regional
organization.
ltabbis Needed
For Service,
Admiral Says
CLEVELAND, (JTA) Ad-
miral Stanlon W. Salisbury, chair-
man of the Armed Forces Chap-
plains Board, addressing the
opening session of the 41st bi-
ennial assembly of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
fecently called on leaders of
Reform Judaism to "relinquish
your rabbis for (military) duty,
with the satisfying knowledge
that they will bring your home
environment and Jewish spiritual
guidance to your children in the
armed forces."
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president of UAHC. offered a
four-point program to encourage
the procurement of chaplains: 1.
i Extension of leaves of absence;
2. Provision of salary differen-
tials; 3. Assurance that pulpits
will be returned to the rabbis
upon their return from military
service; 4. Freeing of pulpits so
that if vacancies occur during
their absence, the men in the
principles and looked upon cere-
important bodies in the non-poli- j monials as trivializing the noble
tical field. These positions will i teachings of Judaism.
"It is generally recognized." he
said, "that these disciplines have
the power to restore in the Jew
a sense of kinship with God, to
help him to relive his history
which has always been a vital
source of support for his faith
and a bulwark for his self-re-
spect; and to instill in him faith
in despair, as they did for his
fathers, and strengthen him to
triumph psychologically and
spiritually over defeat."
Reporting on a survey among
the 425 Reform congregations af-
filiated with the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, Rabbi
Berman revealed that more than
90% of the congregations have
moved towards increased ritual-
ism. In addition, the report stated,
innovations introduced by the Re-
form movement have enriched all
branches of Judaism. The conse-
cration to Judaism on the last
day of Succos and the confirma-
tion of Jewish youth on Shevuos
are two of the outstanding nnova-
tions in Jewish religious life, he
said.
The new atttitude on rituals and
the practice of congregations
adopting rituals and ceremonials
in accordance with their indivi-
dual needs, the report stated, have
resulted in an uneven develop-
ment of ritual practice. These
differences. Rabbi Berman said,
have led to a widespread demand
tices which comport with profes-
sions of worship of God. A.-? long
as we have that kind of convic-
tion and inner strength, so long
shall we endure as Americans, as
Jews, and as members of civil-
izi d community."
Dr. Glueck emphasized the role
of the Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion in
training men "who would carry
the torch of Israel's ethical man-
date, as a light unto the entire
nationmen who would march
with other men of good will to-
ward our common American goals
of justice, mercy and peace. Tht
75th anniversary of the college,
marked by its union with the
Jewish Institute of Religion and
by the corresponding growth of
its patron organization, the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
recording secretarj; R ibei t
Rosenthal, corresponding secre-
tary.
The group meets at th
on the first and third
of each month at 8 p
Plan New Year's Fete
, David Sistei hi
making plans for
: Eve dance. Dave r and
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and breakfast are on the 5 mda.
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Mrs. Max Bergman at 3-5837,
Meeting To Feature
Satirical Playlet
Highlight of the next meeting
of the Sisterhood of the Fust
tions, is of profound significance Jewish Congregation of Coral
because it serves as a milestone
in the battle for the preservation
of freedom, democracy and
brotherhood."
Gables will be a playlet called
"Meet the Gang," a satire on club
women. The meeting is slated for
December 13.
\ r ar a-JSI Ss5l=5=S=
h- information.
1 e Patrol, then, will
lvi Ihi !unctions on a world-
ide scali that the Korean Cum-
f iver when war broke
It in Korea. It will roam the
rth king readings on what
I] be threatening situa-
> ugh moving into spec-
t nly at the invitation
involved) and it will
ted on the double for
1 and report in th^
an open breach of the
I'' be readily seen from a
n of these functions that
en members of the peace
will shoulder the main
' 1 : the new peace machi-
talled through the Ache-
In plan. Under the terms of the
f least, the UN's peace
1 will presumably no'
1 roll until the rovinj
' on has scrutinized an "un-
1 eful situation and sent in
iP'H't. doubtless with reconv
I ms attached, to head-
J Such an assignment
s to consist of more than
I technical performance; it can-
fit Iv-lp but comprise a political
e as well. When this
od, it becomes clearer
1 strategic role the peace
can play in world affairs,
there_is little question that
but will have an equal opportun- i fJr standardization and codifica-
ity to be considered for those < Uon of ccremoniais amonR the
vacancies. \ nr,narc.Biir,n While the report
a minimum
code of ritual practice, it indi-
cated that further study would be
Jternshein Named
'ance Chairman
Sternshein has been ap-
1 general chairman of the
teal Lodge, B'nai B'rith
"mmunity Service Ball," to be
em nn December 16 at the Mi-
Em \Ymien's Club, according to
Fir Kessler, president.
If Hob"'"1" Brenner is in charge
Ik 1 sales- The ,odge Plans to
Vr, l''he annual "Community
gvtee Ball" as its major fund-
ing event of the year.
tion of
m?ncJ?i,-. -.. 1 r. a congregations. While
The UAHC president also urged slressed the need for
the convention delegates to peti-
tion the U.S. government for
grants-in-aid to Israel. "It is high
time," he declared, "that the
ironic contradiction tease be-
tween our government's generous
assistance even to Fascist Spain
and to other effete and reaction-
ary governments the world over,
and its patent and inexcusable
failure to allocate out of the bil-
lions that we have thus expended
such sums as are so desperately)
needed by the lone bastion of T rearmament.
democracy in the Middle East "Never before in all history has
which is "Israel." I there been a time when we more
necessary, particularly on the ex-
tent of ceremonial observance in
the home.
Dr. Nelson Glueck. president of
the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion, rabbini-
cal seminary of Liberal Judaism,
warned that a spiritual rearma-
ment is as necessary to the wel-
fare of the United States as mili-
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FRIDAY.
NoVEHBER.
Co-Operative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Mr. Ltobman, a member f the Nfw York Bar Assooianon, will noon
begin his law pra<'tU'i- in this area. Former director ill the economic
commission of the Zionist inc.< zation, he has written ami lectured
. xti nslvely on Israel and Zionism He is a member the national board ol
the United Synagogue of America and la a member of the Miami Beai h
Jewish Center. Mr. Liebman is program cha rman of the Ulaml Beach
Zionist District.THE KD1TOR.
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Since the aim of the kvutza is
tc remove the "I" or ego orienta-
tion and to indoctrinate the "we"
or group perspective, regimenta-
tion is inevitable. The questions
that arise are: "Who administers
the affairs of the kvutza and is
there democracy in this form of
living?"
A work committee is elected
annually by all the members of
the settlement. It has complete
authority and jurisdiction over
the lives of the chaverim. In the
early days, and at present in
kvutzot that are young, all mem-
bers know each other. With age
and growth of a kvutza. elections,
while still democratic, take on
the hue of those in some larger
American communities: cheques
are formed and the average per-
son may be only slightly familiar
with the nominees A
(mazkir) and .1 treasurer 1.
bar) are the two highest officers,
In Israel, as throughout Eu:
a president is a figurehead, the
.- cr iry being the real executive,
In addition then are ii> legates
t 1 the Kibbutz executive and
Histadrut conventions.
In most kvulz^t. tiie entire
life centers about the
hoder ohel (dininn hall). T.
thn 1 day tile mi
their mi
rtown
and visiting
nces The re. on
bull, tin ..: tei its charts which set
daily assignments of
each member. .
N 1 one has a cho 1 I work. '<
A.- times passes, those showing
ned work
to which they arc best suited.
[keeping, slioemakinu.
carpentry or where special skill
is needed in agriculture, ci
farming. Manual'
talents are most highly pri;
Formerly, unless one perma-
nently severed relationship with
he or she eould not
leave except by special permis-
- n N 1 : the kvutza :.- mar .1
town and tr. tion is avail-
able, visits to the cinema or a
illowed.
Kvutzot must always contend
with a turnover in membership,
\n recruiting replac and
to augment their ranks [I
lieved that between thirty-live
and fifty per cent drop out afti
the first year Alter the initial
period, there larp drop in
the rate of withdrawals, Chaiut-
ziot still holds a lamination for
: .can youth. A new
ramil n is being given this,
1 it impl ed
cultural p. neerin l el 11
the world.
Americans can make a greater
contribution by brii kills I
industry, mass production meth-
ods and our conci pts ; d<
than by going on the
so:!. America should "lend-l<
to Israel, not our youth ni
ly. but our men in their twenl
or over for pc 11..ci, ol one two or
three years.
settlements have aban
iny of ti.
practices In II Hatzau
kvutzot parti ularly, smoking
regarded as a decadent, pernii .
bourgeois cu itom. The u 1
metics was in the same 1
The equality of women was won
after a hard struggle. The original
"suffragettes" toiled in the I:
and barns beside the men and
would not resort to face creams
or other means to preserve their
femininity. Working under a hot
sun or in the winter muck and
mire and under almost into!
able physical hardships played
havoc with their allure and caused
them to age much sooner than
men. many of whom sought wives
in the city.
Until a few years ago. the usual
allowance for the annual two
week vacation was five pounds.
The idealist went to the city and
tried to spend as little as possible
so that he could donate his sav-
ings to the treasury when he re-
turned. Women went in their
kvutza clothes, clean but definite-
ly not chic. Now, when the annual
statement shows a profit, divi-
dends may be partially in cash
I to augment vacation allowances.
"city" dresses for urban visits.
' cigarettes and other luxuries
available for those seeking a slight
1 indulgence in "soft" living.
There are some who may draw
the conclusion that implicit in my
attempt at an objective analysis
of setttlement life is a criticism
of their mode of living. That in-
j ference would be erroneous. I
,know that Israel's development,
uniqueness and attainment of
i statehood could not have come
about without the propagation of
the kvutzot. I do contend, how-
ever, that the entire cooperative
system would not have been pos-
sible without the billions of dol-
lars poured into Palestine during
the past thirty years and by the
role of private capital within the
country itself by the great ma-
jority of its inhabitants,
President Roosevelt coined the
phrase, "the '.< irgotti
fsrai l too has an even larger "for-
gotten" segment who built its
Industrie's and mercantile' estab-
lishments without which and
whom over 300.UOO immigrants ol
the past two yei rs could not have
been absorbed into the economy
of the country and made self-
;upportin
Group living has taught sharing
and self-sacrifice. In the summer
of 1949. my son and I. together j
with three Belgian journalists,
wi n taken to Revivim, then the
mo.,- southern colony in the
N .. There we saw 130
and women between the' ages of
11! and 2G who had lived there
for nine month-. Half of them
:I after lour or five years of
weuk in an established settlement
in order to train the newcomers.
Water had to brought to them in
casks. There was no green field
to sooth the eye, relieve tin' blind-
ing effect of the de sort sand or
b the dust ground fine by
trucks and absence of rain.
All Israel suffered then las it
still does) from a shortage of
milk and eggs and meat. The
ration was three eggs and seven
ounces of meat per person per
week. We had planned to have
our lunch in Beershi ba on the
return trip. The young female
mazkir invited us to eat there.
We- were told that we would hurt
their feelings if we didn't accept
and so we consented to stay. We
sat at a simple long table' on
n benches, A large grey-
enamelled dish, about a 1
ter, w.cs brought and it was
filled with oatmeal This served
>n lieu of a vegetable.
the first two individual tin
were brought, each with
about two inches
and one-fourth inch thick.
B a left-wing kvutza.
mted the kashruths of the
Ive i I 1 eat it with-
out saying anything, contrary to'
fl bSi rvance, Charles, my son.
then 14 years, whispered in my
ear, "Dad. this can't be kosher
This is a Mapam kvutza." I
than had no alternative and told
him to go to the- kitchen air
the cook to givi us just the p
and we would make a meal of
and the tea that I
. 1. While ho was gone, our
guide asked me what he was ge>ing
I 1 do. I told her. Shi
"All their meat is supplied by the
nt and it is kosher-
slaughti red." I related this to
Charles upon his return and he
said, "Let it go. It will be em-
it I go back again"
The- others received tli.-ir plates I
and meat but we still had noth- j
ing before us. I was becoming \
concerned and also hungry since
was almost noon and we had
last eaten at 5 a.m.
Finally our plates were brought.
We each received a fried egg.
This very likely means nothing to
the readers but tears welled in
our eyes. Who in America cares
about one egg more or less. In
Israel, each egg is a gem. The
chalutzim would not permit us
to leave their table hungry. Better
that two who toiled over a ma-
chine or lathe lose their ration
of eggs than full hospitality not
be afforded my son and me. When
we left, they even refused. to
accept a contribution for the
communal treasury.
I believe that the time has
come for a re-appraisal of kvotzot
and their privileges, subventions,
grants, and economic libereties.
Favored treatment must continue
to be given to new and young
settlements. I exclude them from
these considerations. An unyield-
ing soil requires cooperative ef-
tort. Israel must have an entire
ring of communal settlements
about the periphery of its borders,
not only to increase the agricul-
tural productivity but also to act
as military outposts and bastions
of defense in the event of Arab
: attack or marauding bands, Israel
has no friendly neighbors. It is
j subject to a cold war by the hos-
I tile Arab nations who, knowing
I they cannot successfully attack,
hope to bring about an economic
' debacle by causing a drain on
Israel's economy through the
support of military establish-
ments.
However, favored treatment
must be curtailed tor the older
and established kvutzot. Many of
them are still indebted to the JNF
and the Keren Hayesod and are
well able to repay these loans.
Afikim recently celebrated its
twenty-fifth anniversary and
published its financial statement.
According to "Inside Israel" from
Tel Aviv it "caused universal
nishment." It appears that the
income per family was
-"00 poundson which no
income tax was paid. Privately
owned farms are subject to
income taxthe privately owned
farms of smallholders (and ac-
inting tor about half of the
cultural output) were not
:ed by the Keren Hayesod
ther public agency,
Tnuva markets 70'; of all the
pn duce in Israel, It is a coopei a-
live act.:. ,11 the kibbutzim.
The price fixed t>n the sales in-
cludes an allowance' lor expan-
sion of the kvutzot. Based upon
a general index of 100 for all
prices in Palestine in 1939. im-
ported commodities rose to 400
but Kvutzot prices rose to 600.
According to the Israel Economist
(published in Jerusalem) build-
ing and industrial wages rose be-
tween 450 and 650 percent as
against a rise of 800 percent in
the "daily wages componet in the
<.-t of the settlements' farm pro-
ducts." The Kibbutznik enjoys a
higher standard of living than the
city laborer.
Israel and Israelis have a right
to do what they please but they
humans and suffer the same
vices as othe-r peoples. They
should be commended for under- j
going a greater austerity regime
than* any other nation. A black!
market, however, lias developed
there. The following is reported
factually and not to "smear." Two
Kvutzot were recently fined for
black marketing, one 1200 pounds
and the other 1500 ponnds, the
equivalent of S3300 and $4200 re-
spectively and their treasurers
imprisoned. A good deal of the .
illegal food operations stems from
cooperatives and could not
exist without them. I seek merely
to remove the halo about them
and the status -.1 "sancta" that is
-ly applied by many
well-meaning tourists.
(Next week. I shall trace the
influence of the Kvutzot on the
labor movement in Israel and
liuw it has set up patterns for
tlic Histadrut.)
The firs", war correspondent was
Go erg.- W. Kendall of the New
Orleans Picaynne who covered
the Mexican War.
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RIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1950
)r. Narot, Rabbi Skop
lhanuka Preparation
|'Dr Joseph Narot and Rabbi
Lrris Skop will be featured
r.kels at the Mothers' Chanuka
(reparation Institutes sponsored
r the B'nai B'rith Women's
Council and the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
rThe institutes will be open to
'Jewish mothers of Greater
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To Highlight
Institutes
Miami and will be held on the
Beach on Tuesday, November 28,
at 10 a.m. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center school auditorium,
and in Miami, on the same day
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center (Town Y) at 1 p.m.
Workshops will be held on the
following subjects: "Significance
of Chanuka," "How to Decorate
the Jewish Home for Chanuka,"
"Cooking Novelties for the Festi-
val" and "The Singing of Chanuka
Songs."
The faculty will consist of the
two rabbis, Mrs. Leon Kronish,
Mrs. Philip Freed, Robert Strass-
burg of the Jewish Centers As-
sociation, Mrs. Elsie Stiebel and
Mrs. Olive Sussman.
Exhibits of menorahs and other
Chanuka material will be dis-
played by the Sisterhoods of
Temple Beth Sholom and Con-
gregation Beth David.
Arrangements for the institutes
are being made by the Mesdames
Leonore Curtice, Sally Wellins,
Bernard Hoffman, Melvin Benner,
Ida Optner, Ruth Bloom and Mr.
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
i rector of the bureau.
Board Meeting Called
A board meeting of the Miami
Beach Zionist District will be held
Monday, November 27, at 8 p.m.
at the home of Judge and Mrs.
Kenneth Oka, 515 30th St., Miami
Beach, according to Alex Van
Straaten, president.
Included on the agenda will be
final arrangements for the forth-
coming Southeastern regional
conference to be held December
1 to 4.
BEFORE THE END OF 1950.'
I
lo rescue homeless and distressed Jews
who must be saved now, the United Jew-
ish Appeal must have $50,000,000 before
the end of this year-before December
31. Fifty million dollars in cash before
the end of 1950 is an absolute must be-
cause:
(1) At the end of 1950, only three
months will remain in which to com-
plete the mass transfer to Israel of Jews
still left in Iraq. Before it's too late, be-
fore the deadline falls, before the end
of this year, you-each and every Ameri-
can Jew-must share in providing $50,-
000,000 for the United Jewish Appeal.
(2) Jews in Roumania must continue
to emigrate in large numbers while they
still have the opportunity to go to Israel.
The $50,000,000 you give now may mean
the difference between a &fe in Israel
and a life of misery and despair.
(3) The Jews of Libya and Tripoli-
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In 1951, these lands will come under di-
rect control of the Arabs. The $50,000,-
000 you give now to the United Jewish
Appeal can help save these Jews from
oppression.
(4) The Jews of Israel must have our
help now to provide for some 20,000
immigrants who pour each month into
the Jewish State from Eastern Europe
and the Moslem lands. These newcomers
come to Israel with nothing b\it hope in
their hearts. They need homes, jobs, the
assurance of a dignified future.
The need for $50,000,000 is real and
urgent. Its urgency was recognized when
1,200 representatives of 45 major Jewish
organizations and of the leading com-
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and Jewish Rehabilitation to mobilize
American Jewry for this supreme emer-
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000 in cash during November and De-
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United Jewish Appeal to carry on with
their vital missions of rescue and re-
habilitation in Israel, Europe, North
Africa and the United States.
Before the year runs out, here is what
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If your pledge is all paid up, make a
substantial advance payment-now-on
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this year.
The time is short. Act now, today.
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Orthodox Leaders
Plan Expansion
In Southeast
Plans for the opening of a
regional office of the Southeastern
Synagogue Conference were an-
nounced in a joint statement by
William B. Herlands. national
president of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congregations of
America, and Philip Belz, presi-
dent of the Southeastern Syna-
gogue Conference, at a recent
conference in New York City.
The Southeastern Synagogue
Conference, comprises all the
orthodox Jewish congregations in
North Carolina. South Carolina.
Georgia. Tennessee. Florida. Ala-
bama. Mississippi, Arkansas and
Louisiana. It is an affiliate of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America.
In their statements, the two
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Chevra Kadisha
To Hold Banquet
November 26
Preparations are now being
completed for the first annual
Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha
leaders pointed out"'-the strength I banquet to be held Sunday No-
gained bv Orthodoxy" throughout vember 26. at 6 p.m. in the Dora
the South has reached the point i August Memorial Hall of the Beth
where "the services of full time El Center.
professional workers are re- The affair will mark Tes Vuv
quired.*' ) Kislev.
Rabbi Irwin 'Gordon, directoi All Orthodox rabbis and cantors
of the UOJC'A. will leave shortly have been invited to attend,
on a of I well as all owners i f Jewish
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Ted Hankoff, George Sugarman,
Irving Cypen, Irving Lehrman
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Bureau Board To Meet
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rectors of the Bureau of
Education will be held
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Gn^s First Meeting: Of Beach Zionist
jncheon Club Scheduled For November 29
L meetitng of the season of
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LunchVon Club of the Miami
' 7,nn- District is sched-
Wednesday, November
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kfil
a;
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Harold Shnpiro
om 12:15 to 2 p.m. at Lincoln
urant, 2 Lincoln
according to Alex Van
dent.
rold Shnpiro. local attorney.
of the luncheon
p, will again act as toast-
',; Nar ator on the radio
ram. Builders of Israel."
mday at 1:15 p.m.
NX he is honorary chair-
Ibbi Lehrman To
Idress Institute
tbbi Irving Lehrman will
ent the fourth in the series
Jiants in Jewish Literature"
he Aduit Jewish Institutes on
Inesday, November 29. His
fcet will be Achad HaAm and
|ural Nationalism," and will
ve the 28th anniversary of
death of Achad HaAm as part
ha!ion;il Jewish Book Week
bratii n.
bonsoM'd by the Bureau of
fish Education and the con-
ations of Miami, the institutes
: on Monday and Wednesday
to 10 at the Beth David
gregat.on and offer courses in
, Yiddish, Jewish history
[literature. There is no tuition
man of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, found-
er and first president of Temple
Isaiah, president of the Miami
Alumni Club of Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity, a member of the board
of directors of Jewish Home for
Aged and Miami Beach Zionist
District and a member of the
American Legion, AVC, Amvets
Jewish Veterans and Civic Lea-
gue. He is on the public speaking
committees of the Dade County
Bar Association. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and Zionist
Organization of America.
Serving on the luncheon com-
mittee will be Daniel Broad, Paul
Eisman, Jacob C. Fishman and
Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish. whose topic will be
"What Does Israel Mean to the
World?" Rabbi Kronish has just
returned from the forty-first bi-
ennal convention of Union of
America Hebrew Congregations in
Cleveland. Ohio. He also attended
the cornerstone laying of the new
House of Living Judaism in New
York City, a Moritz and Josephine
Berg memorial and the new home
of Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
Israeli news report will be
given by Murray R. Goodman.
Miami attorney.
Beth Jacob Adds Course
To Adult Education Series
Establishment of a new course
in the adult education series at
Congregation Beth Jacob has been
announced by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. spiritual leader.
In addition to the Sabbath
course on the Bible and the daily
Talmud groups, a series of lec-
tures on "The Laws and Ethics
of the Talmud" will be given
Sunday through Thursday from
5:15 to 5:45 p.m. The series will
be conducted by Rabbi Mes-
cheloff in Yiddish and is open to
the public.
Workshop Will Present
Story Of Pulitzer
"The Story of Joseph Pulitzer
and the New York World" will
be presented by Radio^Workshtfp
for Democracy on Sunday, No-
vember 26, at 7:45 p.m. over
station WMIE.
Cast includes M. J. Berliner,
Lowell Thing. Bob Brenner, Bill
Rogers, Vic Knobloch, Walt Mc-
Donald and Gertrude Marx.
The program ;s directed by
Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with musical
direction by Steve Kessler.
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"Party for Gino," starring Mar-
tha Scott, Broadway and Holly-
wood actress, is this week's
dramatic radio presentation on the <
New Frontier series to be heard
Sunday, November 26, at 10:451
a.m., over radio station WIOD.
The program is produced by
the Institute for Democratic Ed-
ucation and presented through
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Volpe Song Reprinted
"The Lord Is My Shepherd," one
of the last songs written by
Arnold Volpe has been reprinted
by Carl Fischer. Inc. Written
during his last years at the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he
founded and conducted the Sym-
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dedicatetd to Arturo di Filippi. It
was originally published in a
memorial volume of 32 songs by
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last week organized a Zionist
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the Junior Congregation of the
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as the Habonim of the National
Zionists Youth Groups of the
United States, according to Rabbi
Isaac H Ever.
Officers include Rosh Mach-
aneh. Amalia Gladstone, Kvutzot
Menahalim (Leadership Training
Group), Yermiahee Schulman,
I Sarah Usdansky. Rifka Salz,
I Elana Breger, Ruth Cohn, Amalia
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b iys* group at 7:30 p.m. in the
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Program includes arts and
crafts, Israeli dances, Israeli
; songs, sports, holiday celebrations
'. and Jewish history projects.
Chairmen Appointed
Appointment of Miami Hebrew
1 and Congregation commit-
tee chairmen has been an-
nounced by William Weintraub.
president.
Named to head committees
were Sam Schulwolf. building:
Dave Kleber. religious; Mrs.
Waranch, house: Mrs. Simon
April, sunshine: Mrs. Fred Rosen-
thai, red feather: Mrs. Herbert
Feldan, hospitality: Edward L.
Becker, parliamentarian; H. M.
Dewvich, memorial: Mrs. Joseph
Schwadron and Jack Stone, bud-
Mrs. Ben Sokoloff. refresh-
ments; Mrs. Edward L. Becker,
publicity; Mrs. Schwadron. print-
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I representatives to Jewish Centers
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Its a Happy Habit
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guests drop in unexpectedly
llosiii'i- Acquires
Hotel Good
News in the hotel field was
made this week by David Rosner.
kosher hotel operator, who has
acquired the "restricted" Hotel
Good in Miami Beach.
The 100-room hotel, long a
landmark for "selective clientele."
occupies an oceanfront corner at
43rd St. Immediate alterations
include installation of a two-
service kitchen for kosher cuisine,
and a "little synagogue." The
"little synagogue" is a traditional
first-step in Rosner's hotel man-
agements, and is now being
created out of a panelled oak
room in the main lobby.
Under the new dietary opera-
tion. Hotel Good will open for
the season early in the first week
of December.
Rosner's acquisition of the Hotel
Good is being hailed as Florida's
newest triumph against "dis-
crimination." Six months ago. the
Miami Beach City Council and
B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation
League won a successful fight to
ban discriminatory advertising
and signs in places of public ac-
comodation. The ordinance was
upheld after it went to the Su-
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Still remaining on the Miami
Beach area are four oceanfront
hotels which follow a policy of
catering to Gentile guests only.
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)r. Neumann To Address Regional
rOA Meet To Be Held Here Dec. 1-4
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Or. Emanuel Neumann
\D- Emanuel Neumann, past
Resident of the Zionist Organiza-
,.'. of America and one of the
I'ef architects of the policy
Liich resulted in the establish-
ment of the State of Israel, will
principal speaker at the an-
nual conference of the South-
pstern Zionist region, to be held
the Vanclerbilt Hotel from
fccembor 1 to 4, Seymour B.
lebman, conference chairman,
ks announced.
[ZOA leaders from Alabama,
Borida. Georgia, Mississippi,
Tou'.h Carolina and Tennessee
Registration Open For
Lfter-School Program
I ttion is still open for
Ip F :.. -Granada Jewish Com-
junity G nter's after-school pro-
hm to be held every Tuesday
fcd Thurs lay from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
the center. Activities for
fcildren six to 11 years old will
i conducted under the guidance
Jewish Centers Association-
Jained instructors, Mrs. Corke
oldstem and Miss Edith Feld-
an.
I Senior teen-agers will meet
fey Tuesday evening, juniors
nil hold their gatherings on
fcdnesday. Both groups will
at 7:30.
Plans are now underway for a
anuka festival.
will gather for the meet. The
delegations will be headed by Ben
R. Winick, president of the region;
i>. P. Benamy and I. R. Goodman
members of the national execu-
tive from the Southeast; Morti-
mer May, honorary president for
life; Abe Berkowitz, honorary
president; Alex Van Straaten
president of the host Miami Beach
District and honorary vice presi-
dent of the region; Macey Krons-
berg and Robert A. Persky, vice
presidents; Benjamin Silverman
secretary; and Max Friedman!
treasurer.
Among the other prominent
speakers and personalities who
will participate in the program,
will be Dr. Sidney Marks, execu-
tive director of the ZOA; Louis
Zalk, ZOA, vice president and
national projects chairman; Abra-
ham A. Redelheim, vice president
ZOA; Abraham Goodman, vice
president ZOA; Abraham Gold-
stein, honorary vice president; Dr.
Shlomo Bardin, director of the
Brandeis Youth Foundation; and
Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz, chairman
of the Southern Inter-Regional
Youth Commission.
Dr. Neumann will speak at the
closing banquet on Monday, De-
cember 4, at David Whitman Hall
of Beth Jacob.
Temple Isaiah
Seats Officers
Abe Schonfeld was installed as
president of Temple Isaiah at an
installation dinner dance at the
Clover Club Sunday night.
Beaeh Auxiliary
To Meet Tuesday
A meeting of the Miami Beach
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged will be held on Tues-
day, November 28, at 1 p.m. at the
Town and Beach Club. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Appel, president, an-
nounces.
In commemoration of Jewish
Book Month, a skit, "Chaim
Weizmann, the Story of a Man
and His Dream," will be present-
ed under the direction of Mrs.
Gershon Miller, with piano ac-
i companiment by Joseph Schreib-
man, Participants in the playlet
! will be Mrs. Alexander Kogan.
I Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. Mollie
I Schuman, Mrs. Irving Frankel,
Bob Lyons and Boris Pritchard.
The meeting will conclude with
movies taken at the dedication of
the new home at Douglas Gardens
on September 24.
Abe Schonfeld
Other officers recognized at the
rites were Sidney Lyons, Herbert
Gutman, Max Lieber, vice presi-
dents: Mrs. Morris Lencer. secre-
. tary; Benjamin Tupler. treasurer;
| Joseph Rosenthal. financial sec-
treary; Siegfried Gesmar, chair-
man of the board.
Members of the board of di-
rectors include Mrs. Benjamin
Silvers. Dr. Seymour Kreisler. Al
Kreisler. Mrs. Clara Mae Van
Ness, Mrs. Sidney Lyons. Dr.
Morris Rich, Emanuel Gilbert,
Harold Shapiro and David Trau.
Chairmen of the affair were
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gutman.
Jadassah Group Will
iponsor Lecture Series
First of a series of discussions
"The Contributions of Jewish
prsonalitics Throughout the
es" will be given by Dr. Ed-
rd G. Lear on Wednesday,
vember 29. at 8:30 p.m. at the
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ami Beach.
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the H. niietta Szold Group of
flassah, will be held the last
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>*V, NOVggER ,, 1950
I'iofM^r Women
Install leaders
Mrs. Lena Mintzes was in.-'
as< president of Pioneer Women
Two of Miami Beach
. at Kneseth IsraeL Mrs.
soil Kaplan. ;
president of 1
C f Greatei Miami, -
[ling off:.
Others i I at 1
v. '. Sh
presid
Mi R s<
tary; Mrs.
: M.S.
1.
I ry; Mrs, ':- b Tar .
.
Committ n n include
Mrs. Rose Marcus, A I Hapo-
M lli< Whitner, Mrs.
Ida Jacobs and Mrs. Smith, co-
Mrs. Ida Bookspan,
N iti mal Fund; Mrs. Tarr,
co-chairman: Mrs. Rosi P
man, memix i ship; Mi W
child rescue fund: dues. V
. hospitality, Mis. s
Mrs. Manya Shubow,
Mis. .-- : and Mrs. v. tta
Davidson, cultur: M -. Ett::
Valensky, Mrs. J, Levine, Mrs.
Cutler, M:
exi
Next up is
'.: Noven ber
27, : at th Harris in Hoel.
-Jll Washington Ave.
Aj~tTuts o> CAPTAIN TOV
OUST A BO/ *."(.* T"l t>iAZiS '"*_
f4V! TO POwtR IN Ot^AAt-./ M'5
paos-sTS. SorrceiO dcaih ,n a con-
CtNTBAI.ON CA^P TmOu&m yiTA
bov mc u*bm:i; tear.
WNMD TO tiCAPE TO FRANCE
T,'N EUCAND TMN At 17 ME OOlNID
TMTMNKeTjEWISM AS'SADE TO *I0 THE
ALOES C*-''VE BACX 1 "i- '*Ail LEijlONS
TB J NOPTH AfPlCA, |TC/. AND t RANCE
ftJOMOTlON
AND I'll M.&M HESPfcCT Of MIS COAA
HAOES AS THE WAO ENOS. NOW. MOwv-
tVEB THE BUMBLE O* GUNS ARE MfABO
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DEAO OF NIGHT FOB MIS ADOPTED
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OVERWMCLNWi OD0S TF ^*lTE *
PERFORMS BRAvTL7ANDE."c^^k
FULLY. BECAUSE o/*.s 0AR?Nr&S-
COUBAM.ANO RE SOURCE,J?NfV. .
GOOrevE. CAP7AH TOV. TME .-A ANA..
. ANO I ARE POOUD OF I TMANK >
'OO I MOPE THAT WE A> OAMAM OUJ
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AGAIN r~I/ i JHALL RETURN TO Mr
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Temple Israel To
Dedicate Memorial
Window Friday
. i i..
n Temple
I lives in
rV r [I, a I :
ledi ted al the Sabbath servici .-
' Fi lay, Novi bei 24, at 8:15
p.m.
n the u indow
:i A. Zwitman,
\ i ivitz, SI
R I :.. Blumen-
P .' Iv .n Carp. Meyer Ep-
Lei S Feldn an, William
E Jacoby, W A. Mayer,
Arn Id Raxin and Robert Richler.
In the dedicatory exercises the
es of these ,it parted men.
i'ith Dr. Joseph R. Narot
lax Meisel, president, will
.-:. i before the window at the
ling ceremony. Mrs. Lenore
an. widow of the late rabbi.
' {1 unvi window.
The color guard and the bugler
: thl Harvey W. Seeds Post will
take part in the program. In
keep:ng with the occasion. Dr.
Nai will speak on "Thev Have
N } Die i in Vain, If .""
IC Xursing Courses
Red Cross Home Nursing
' courses are now being formed
throughout Dade County. Miss
Ann M. Hellner. American Red
': is, Dade County Chapter.
Nursing Service director, an-
nounced today.
"With our country's security
. dependent upon trained
civilians i
period." Miss Hellner emphi sized
"this home nursing program de-
signed to prepare the homemaker
to take over when illness strikes
is of the utmost importance."
The courses are free and open
to the public. "Classes will be
1 just as rapidly as we get
requests at Dade County head-
ouarters, 5020 Biscavne Blvd.,
telephone 89-6661." Miss Hellner
stated.
The program offers six basic
; lessons in care of the sick and
is conducted by a registered
' nurse. Active participation by the
students in demonstrations of the
various lessons is perhaps the
most practical part of the course.
' Lillian Malek To Sing At
Jewish Home For Aged
Lillian Malek. coloratura so-
prano, will be featured on the
program at the Jewish Home for
. the Aged on Sunday. November
26. at 2:30 p.m. She will sing
"Tzena, Tzena" in both Hebrew
and English.
Also slated to appear on the
bill is her brother. Cantor Joseph
W. Malek. who will offer a med-
ley of Palestinian songs. Steve
Kessler will serve as piano ac-
companist.
Chanuka Meeting Slated
Beth David Sisterhood and PTA
wil hold a joint Chanuka meeting
on Monday. December 4, at 8
p.m. at the synagogue.
Louis Schartzman. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will speak on the holi-
day, and the sisterhood will pres-
ent a quiz program.
A feature of the meeting will
be an exhibition of the handiwork
of the children of the religious
1 school.
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Elaine Sachs, president of the ,
Southern region of Junior Hadas- I
Bah, and Sara Mae Geltner will .
' represent Southern region and'
the Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
sah at the organization's national
convention in Atlantic City, N. J..
the Thanksgiving week end.
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Esther, at the next meeting of
Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi
Women, on Tuesday, November
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School and Congregation.
This meeting, culminating the
group's linen campaign, will also
feature a linen shower, with a
package of linen or a donation
as admission.
Adult Group To Dance
The newly organized
Social Group of the Mia::,
Community Center will hold j
social on Saturday, November 2i
at 8:30 p.m. '
Mrs. Paula Orlick is chairman
of the event.
The linr-n drive is headed br
Miss Lillian Bogdan assisted br
the Mesdamcs David Hess. Henry
Chill. Israel Yulish, Alfred
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PATKH at Miami, Florida, this 15
Ida- "f November, lflJO.
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Dade County. Florida.
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iName and Address of
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NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flcM. nanK
laikway Apartments at Tin tin,
Street. Miami Beach. Intend to reg^e?
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
SAMUEL L. MATLOFP
and
ROSE MATLOFF
MAX R. BALZMAN
and
BOTHER BALZMAN
HARRY mmST
Attorney for Owners
11/3-10-17-24
I
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i. desiring to engage in
[ the fictitious name of
Ladder Co, and
i..i : h r and Scaffold ',,
B \ v enue, Miami, Fla
i name with tin
COUrl of Dilde
Ida.
MAX GRANT
Ml -I 12 I
I.Ollis-
ii t 5706
intends
Clerk of
County,
N0TACoErJ,0^^,TENT,0N T0 MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN OIINTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE
JACOR Si.FFKK,
I '<. eased.
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have
rued my rit al report and petition for
Mnal Discharge ns Kxeeutrlji of the
of Jacob Soil,,-, deceased; and
' on the l day of Dec, Ift.-.ft will
l>l>ly to Hi. II......:....... w. I- UI.AN-
iii.v County Judge of Dnde O
Florida, for approval of an id |
'-'' :""' 'or rinal dlschan
R*,?"utr'x "I fhe Jacob
,!,., eased.
This 19th da] of October, I
MILTON A. ER.Euffi.SOF1 '
eyn ild Bids ,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Executrix of the
ol JACOB si 'I- PER, I......
II 3-10-17-21
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 9 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVBN that
!;:i;::::^,::i::":il'.'i'siri"'"^iaKehin
CHARON
Bj Maur...
President.
10-17-21 12 i
INC of MIAMI BEACH
fe. Levin son
IV -r7nT,ME. B,Y PUBLICATION
v \v, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Miit'm I POR "u,,: COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No!
Sl^1'^v,l',-'^A:l'z- Plaintiff, ns.
^ KATZ, Defendant
TO: FRANK KATZ, defendant.
en,, V hereby required to serve a
OOPJ of yom- Answer to (he Hill of
U",",1'',''!! '.'""A Ph^ntlffs attorney
,',' '^;! KOVNKR. 420 l.i,i,
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and I
file
the original In the office of'the cierii
of the ( ircult Court on or before
vTll'T 7V5' l950: "'h-*'"- said Ih
will be taken as confessed by vou
Dated: this day of November 150
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
.......... Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, jr,
11/10-17-24 12/1 1"'l'Uly Clerk'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_, NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
theundersigned, desiring to engage In
H.- ii.ss under the fictitious nan,,, of
RAMOS and his RUMUEROH at G949
Abbott Avenue, Miami Beui h, Florida,
intends t., register said
the i' : i. of th
County, Florida.
HAROLD KANE
Ow m r
I! '10-17-24 12 I
name with
Ul t Of I '.ill.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN .HE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA, IN AND I iR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No.
RIAOI
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
-_,_ NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKUY GIVEN that
iSlli!!?*f,",,5wd' *alrlnji to engage In
"Jit,"1' fictitious hi...... ,.i
HOTEL MORRIS at 1390 Ocean Drive,
, ..i "eS.cn' ''". intends p,
register said name with the Clerk of
Florida'' CO'"'t f Dftde COnn'y.
..x-.i.i'/ V""tIt'S WACIIlloLDHR
GENET A (1ENET, E8QS.
ii i"i'',"r .'"' APP|loBnt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY (1IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Vt W A'NTED SHOP at 22
Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida
totend to register said name
t lerk of the Circuit Court
< OUnty, Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, deshitu; t., ,.n .,. ,,,
ftn% \'!"'rr ""' fictitious nan,., of
MORRIS HOTEL al 1390 Ocean Drive,
-Miami Beach, Florida, intends to regis-
ter sani name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Plot i
GENET &M8gx^T.^SC0HSHLDER
Attorney tor Applicant
with ih.
of Dade
GENE M. BOENINGER
MAX ,t. S9gga ''"^
Attorney for applicants
922 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
11/17-24 12/1-8
iv 1N.(?TICE BY PUBLICATION
i-i VVx'.";'1'1'1' COURT OF THE
-''\''.-> I", JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No,
MAE HEDL VND, Plaintiff, vs
T,V^^i,riiE,dNXX,V'f''''lil'11-
DEPENDANT:
You are required t.. serve a com
" v..... Answer to the Bill ol Com-
Plaint upon plaintiff's attorney, MOR-
TON ROTAeNBERCI 120 Lincoln
'" "l M i Beuch, Florida, and rile
the ..i Iglnal in the office ..f the Clerk
ol the Circuit Court on ot
December 1:: 1931
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undi r the ri titious name ot
','..,'.-'. '"'"! Departmi nl St i
MIO N. \\. 62nd Street, Miami, i
[da. Intend to n glst< r said name v. th
the i lerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
JACOB PCLVER
JULIUS KE8DEN
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, desiring to ens
business under the rictltlous names of
AA Porter Serv..... and A.\ Rug *
Furniture Cleaners at mi s. \v. sth
Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Co in of Dad- c >unty.
Florida.
ABRAHAM ALECHMAN
Hole Owner
SIDNEY ROBBIN8
Attorney tor Applicant
801 N. E. 2nd Avi u
Miami, Plot ds
II I1-10-17-24
Bil wilt bi t..k
!
A.D,
i:. it
da .
mfessed b;
of Novell
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
uned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
ik i. iiiors at i]4:' N. \v. 3rd Avenue,
register said name with the
!,:" '>" circuit Court of Dade
|Mty, Florida.
Fl a IRBNCB SCHWARTZ
Sole owner
1/10-17-21 12/1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IN'111. I is HEREBY GIVEN that
'id. desiring to engage in
'"" ."'I'T the fictitious nan.....f
Export Company (not Inc.)
18J .\ i: JOth Terniee. Miami
i.in. Intends to register said name
Pin the i lerk of the Circuit Court
Bde County, Florida.
t..... JACOB I.EV1NGTON
BRICK & SHAPIRO
porney, ,, Applloant
Unroh Road
li-24 12 l-S
SAV1ANO r vs
.I'.si.I'Iiin:: kaviano Hefendant.
I" J' "SEPHINE HAVI VNl I
i. c,
V' a COI1
.,.N,TI9,E BY PUBLICATION
,-, .A'.-v- ', IT J-'OURT "F THE P tor [ilvon thi plaintiffs
l-l-IA KNTH .if.....IAL CIRC1 r :'. and to the original
answer in th. of the ( 'lerk of
the Circuit C before the
day .if i'. \ i. i95o; othei -
t for DI
ton riled herein, will be taken
as confessed by you,
Dat.-.t at Miami, Plot Ida, this the
. day of Nov.. iir,"
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court,
Dad.- County, Florida.
(circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W STOCKING,
Deputy ( ;. i ;,
FRIEDMAN,
Plaintiff,
tlds., Miami, Fla.
OP FLORIDA, IN AND Fl IR BADE
^'.'l-NTV. IN CHANCERY, No,
HERBERT L1PKIND. Plaintiff, vs.
DORIS COLODNY LIPKIND, De-
fendant
TO: DORI8 COLODNY LIPKIND,
I Lf.tidant
. o Mary Oolodny
2224 South Highland Avenue
I.os Angeles 10, California
You at.- hereby notified that a Bill
..f Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you arc required
to serv.- a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, Turk AL-
Newman. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 25th day of November, I9.r>0.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by
default will he taken against vou for
tho relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ifi day of October, A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. I'lorida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk
11/3-10-17-24
MILTON \
Attorney for
1023 Seybold
11/10-17-24 1-"1
NEATIIERMAN,
f the C It i
111 it. II. ItlCE, JR,
11 17-24 12 1-8
CREDITORS
JUDGE'S id ItT
DADE COCXTY,
PROBATE, No
i-i .
Dld'i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
..... NAME LAW
11 is HEREBY GIVEN that
ned desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
! in atessen and Luncheon-
"I 1K6 S. \\\ sth Street, West
''' Florida, intends to register
[J 'in', with the Clerk of the Circuit
"" of had,- County, Florid.-,.
HAItoLD SHAFFER
-'MAN ,\ ROSEN
orneys tor Applicant
4 i- l-s-ig
TNTI9,E BY PUBLICATION
Ell-\il,o','l'IT COCRT OF THE
h.'iVV, -'CDICIAL C1RCCIT
"oiM-rv ",A IN ANn FOR DAIJE
l>. IN CHANCERY, No.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sunbeam Fashions al 860 East list
Street, Hlaleah, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade. County,
Florida.
ROYAL TOGS. INC.
By DAVID L. BKOP,
President
JOSEPH W. MALBK
Attorney for Royal Togs, Inc.
3."fl Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/3-10-17-24
street.
P"*'yn, New York
[v.,,- ''''""Ired to serve a copv
L.ur answer or pleading to the
|w< Divorce on the plaintiffs at-
lilta.i ''I'' ""' ornrinsj answer
', ,"1 !- In the office of the Clerk
' ""ill Court on or before
u3 ol December. A. D. 1950;
"'" Bill of Complaint tor
will
lit-,.. I **" '*'" 111.I 111
K heretofore filed herein,
b.C,l ''- ''"llfess......y y,|.
Id,,- "v Mtam.'' "orlda, this
".' oi ,\n\ ember, 1950.
s the
B B. LEATHERMAN,
lerk of the Circuit Cut t
i 'tide County, Florida.
s,a|)
'" WM. W. STOCKING,
A FRIEDMAN**"1* C'C,'k-
ia.i 71 Pla|ntlf;,
"Ulldlng, Miami, Fla.
Bcult
|Tt i\
1 '
-I 12 1-8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FIX>RIDA. IN PROBATE. No.
25003.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LOUIS" WEINKLE.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing; Claims or I>emands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou, may have against the
estate of LOUIS WEINKLE, deceased.
late of MIAMI BEACH. DADE County,
Florida, to the Hon W. F Bl,ANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
I'lorida, 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 !" sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred, Bee Section 140 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date November 1st, A D, 1080.
CARL WEINKLE,
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testami nl of LOUIS WEINKLE,
I I,, eased.
WA8MAN, WEINKLE .\- KESSLBR
346 Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys tor Bxt cutor
11/3-10-17-24
Notice by publication
IN THE CIRi'l'IT Col'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136282.
CHAIM SHEPSEL ORI'SKY, Plain-
tiff, vs. TILLY GRUSKY, Defendant,
TO: TILLY GRUSKY,
US Bedford Ave .
Brooklyn. New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce ou the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the L'M h da\ of
November, A.D. if.'.ri: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
26 day .if Oct., 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the i llrcult Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By: WM, W. STOCKING,
Deputs Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attornev for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Florida
11/3-10-17-24
NOTICE TO
IN THE c, U'NTY
IN AND FOR
.ORIDA. IN
In Re: ESTATE I IF
MARY II. ADELMAN
Decca
To All I and All Pi I oi II. .
Ing l 'l.nlns 01' I '. man.I- \ :
Estate:
V'.ii. and e.,,h of you, at h, i, |,j
i and i..|nii..l to pi.s,nt an'.
claims and demands which y
eith.i- ,,i you, may have against the
estate ol MARY B. Al IELMAN, .1.
cased, late of Miami, Dade Count'
Florida to the Hon. W. F. Blnmoii,
1'.....ity .lii.lu.- of I tade I lounl a nd
li!" the same in his office in the
County Com th..us. in Dade I
Florida, Within eight calendar months
from th. date .,f the first publl
hereof, said claims or demands to
oontain the legal address ol the i lalm-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or name will be b
Si i Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
At '
D.it.. November I I, A.D. 1950
(Signed) NATHAN ADELMAN,
As Administrator of the Estate ol
Mary B. Adelman, Deceased.
ARONOVITZ ARONOV1TZ
Attorneys for Administrator of the
Estate of Mary B. Adelman, Dec'd.
1! 17-21 12 l-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
business umli r th. fi. tltio ;.-
EMBASSY BEST LCRANT til
COLLINS AVE., .MIAMI itEA
il name
I .
I
(>WRI
BER1CK ,s SHA
120 I.in

RESTAI BANT, IN !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious ns..... of
WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 2211
N, E. Tilth Street, Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
II. F. GOLDBERGER
ELEANOR GOLDBERGER
' iwners
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Beybold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
11/17-24 12
SEITLIN t COMPANY
I*
PERSONAL J
AND f
7M COMMERCIAL I
^U COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836 I
n. c. and t. miami a. rLA^f
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Col'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRi'l'IT
OF FI/OltlDA, IN AND POR DADB
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136369.
II Y.MAN SHINS, Plaintiff, vs.
LBE SHINS. DefrndHnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mrs. Lee Shins
C 0 Shapiro
221 South 15th Street
Allentown. Pennsylvania
You, Lee Shins, are hereby notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has l.e.-n filed against you, and you
arc required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Hill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
Joseph Ft Gans, :it> Beybold Building,
Miami. Florid... and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
bef..... the 30th day of November.
19".0. If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the i.lief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w.ek f..i tour consecutive weeks
In The .i.wlsh Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
. this 30th day of October, A.D
l:.:.".
E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit court. Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
JOSEPH II. GANZ
At tome) tor Plaintiff
n :t-i" i7-:i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
business under the fictitious name ..f
Bill's Grill al 2018 N. W, 1st
intend tr, register said name with the
clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SOL POLAND
HELEN POLAND
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney tor Applicants
Seybold Bldg.
11 t-10-17-24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in Tin: i'. .in rv .it i.. ;i: s r
IN AND FOR DADE col
RIDA. IN PROBATE.
249 I
In R. i:s .'A'n: t if
Mi IRRIS It. LEVIN, othei
known as M R. LEVIN, Deceased
To All Credit >i s and All Pel mint li v-
Ing Claims I t Said
i : tte:
You. and ... h of you, at It
notified and reqult ed to pri
claims and Which J
either of you, n..r. ha i again i .
..f MORRIS R. LEVIN,
own ..- .\l i: LEVIN, de. eased
late of WORCESTER County, .\i.--
to the Hon W F. BLANTt N, I!
.lodge of Dade County, and fl e l
same m his office In the C
Courthouse in Dade County, F
within eight calendar months
the date of tl ibllcation In
Bald claims or demands to CO
the bgai address < the clalmat I
t., be SWom P. and presented as afot
said, or same will lie barred. See -
tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
I ..it. 1 i.t,.he: Jlgt, A I i 1950
ELRY STONE,
As Ancillary Admlnistratoi C.I \
of the Estate of MORRIS R
LEVIN, otherwise known as M. R,
LEVIN. Decea
ELRY STt INE
Attorney tor Estate ..f Morris R.
L.vin. otherwise known as M. R.
Levin, Deceased.
li 3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE circcit COCRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI/iRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
131.895.
MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs.
STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, De-
fen.unit.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: BTANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH
ADDRESS I'NKNt IWN
YOU, STANLEY ARNOLD SE-
W1TCH. are hereby notified that a
BUI of Complaint for Divorce lias hern
tiled against you, in.i \..u are re-
quired to serve a copy pleading to the Bill of Complaint ,.n |
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JIPICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
16428.
LEONARDA LISTEK, Plaintiff. VS.
STANlsi.AW LISTEK, Defendant.
YOU STANISLAW LISTEK. Bl
York Road. Ipswich, Suffolk, England,
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, an.i you are required to
serve a copy of your Ansu
Pleading to the Plaintiff's attorney,
MAX it. sii.ykr. 922 Seybold Build-
ing, Miami. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit.
Court on or bef..... the 30th ds
November, I9S0. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
..gamst you tor the relief dent
In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at M I n .
Florida, this l day ..f November, \ I >.
19S0.
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. I ..nl,. -oiihd F ida
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj WM, W.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
921 Beybold Building
Miami. Florida
11/3-10-17-21
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at
111 N. E. 6th Street. Miami, Floii.la.
intend to register said name .with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RALPH B1RSCH
MAI'RICB BIRSCH
11/3-10-17-24 12,1
the plaintiffs attorneys: KAPLAN
DIETZ a- LASKY, whose address is
ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, and file the original answer or
pleading In th.- Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or before the
1st. day of December, 1950. if you fall
to do so, Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the r.-iief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
each We.-k for f..ur......BSCUtlVe weeks
In the Jewish l-'l.n i.lian. a newspaper
published in Dade County, Florida
DONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 80th dav of October
A.D. I960.
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'Ircult court, Dade c>unt v. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It. H RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
KAPLAN. DIETZ & LASKY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
.1.10 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11/3-10-17-34
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
1ITII jrniclAI, CIRCUIT IN AND
POR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No, 136442.
CLAIRE RABINOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs.
RUBIN RABINOWITZ, Hefendant.
TO: RUBIN RABINOWITZ
8S9 SOUTHERN Bl IULEVARD
BRONX N Y
Yi >U are requlri l :> serve B
of ) ..in answer 1 the Bill of c
plain! tor l n\ orce on the Plain I
Attorney and t.. file thi
ansn er In the i Ifflta of thi
the Circuit Court on or befor.
30 das of November, 1950: otherw .
the Bill of Complaint for I 'I
heretofore tiled herein will be
,.s confessed to you
DATED al Miami. Florida, Cm* I
day of November, n
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Ci.rk of the Circuit Coil. t.
I tads < '<>iint \, Florida.
Circuit Cent Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and address of
Plaintiffs Solicitor:
Ml'RRAY GOODMAN
!"14 Olympla Building
Miami Florida.
11/3-10-17-24
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On 8aturda> morning ai n a.m., Dr.
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Every Sui
let wtioh t 9 fol-
low* I b> bn nkfasl ..:. I
Temple Betn Snoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Are.. Miami Beach
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
evening services Bl y
i. Kronlal will speak on l Am
\ eriran Liberal
sm." Sabbath service Saturda>
ng ..i '." IS a.m
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
i -. lay evening services at S:M p.m.
Saturday morning servlcei .it A SO
Rabl Grauer will t>!.-ah on The Por-
tion "f the Week. Mlncha at 4.4", p.m.
.i.i by Shalo* Sudos. Junior Con.
Satui lay, 10 a.m. to
jioon: Sunday school from 10 to noon
I .,] ellgious s.'h.-'l S:30 (> -
Dallj sen ea B m Reading class. '
Miclina 4 4.". Mm. h.i il:ui\ "..'..
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Monday thn.nch Friday servicet at
" 30 a m. Saturda) nt am and Sun- I
day al I .. m Mlncha at 5:30 p.m.
followed by Maariv si 6 p.m dally.
West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Exra Lifshitz.
FYld evel ng ea al B Rabbi
U t| ^.ik on \v. Are Thankful I
Mr and Mrs Cj Uiahkln will be >...-
atess for th- wei Saturda}
rnlng ,>'
.Book Month. Mlncha at 5 followed by
' Shalos Beudls. Hebrew school Monday
through Thursday, 1:10; Bunday, :--.
Frrst Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
Rabbi De Koven will officiate at
ten ces Pi lda> al I IS p.m. I
sea dally from 4 p m to 5 ''" ; m.
Sunday school from r43 t.> l- noon
[choir meeting Monday, Nov. :i at
Rabbi's residence, HI Mendosa Ave
al p m.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson,
rabbi.
- at p.m. Dr. Ranson
oi "Amerli an B< lei Ii
One W. I." Hebrew i Sal
,:.. 10 ., nti
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
t5:l
-
i >? the
,Veck.
Fights B
Maai
...
M
I o Sundays
II We Ineail ly I I '. B w and
Thurs-
n J. Ish I., gi -.!- ':
.
Norlhsiae Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
..- Isaac 8. Bmlth will offlcl-
.,-.. .t I services Frldsv evenlns.
North Dad* Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at I:1S.
Saturday morning servl es at in.
Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
Services .'.:io p.m. Friday. Dally
services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:20 pm.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning: at 9:00
o'clock.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Are.. Miami
Beach.
s.-ivi.es Friday nietu at 5:15: Satur-
day at i a.m. Mlncha at j:"" p.m
(.Mowed by Bhaloe Baudoa. Services
Sunday to Thursday 9 a.m. and 4:15.
/Ml Young Israel membeis in the area
are Invited to attend.
TFereih Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
) .,. evening: services at 5:3** p.m.:
Saturday V a.m. All residents In that
area are invited to attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
Friday nlghl services at 5:30: Satur-
day morning at 9 Daily services at t<
* m.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
Miami Beach.
Dally -. -. Ici s 7:30 a.m nd 5:1.'
I al 9 a m
00 ; in
.....here will be a
hour I .,f the entire
ants will be
I Hebres
ghl b> Bubble I .a Ii
nd Shalos Seu
f. '_->.' nlng ser> i
Downtown Synagogue (Con-
servative). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave.
...
Daily si
7 ind 5.30
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
- morning .. 8:30 a.m
M ...
'
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
i..i'.. Friday evening services al
is p.m The rabbi i'l speak on
"Annlversarlea Havi Values.' A re-
ceptlon will follow. Floral offering by
Mis Ethel Kiss.-I in honor of her son
Laurenci Bai Mltsvah which will
take (. rvlces Saturday morn-
Studenti i Ii ea at in 30
i Hebi ew Is ssea
ir chl ren now
Miami Beacn Jewish Commun-
See or Phone We
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3-4616 4-9981
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life Ina Co.
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19 W. Flagler St.
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When you want the highest quality fresh fish obtainable,
CALL ON US
1985 S. W 8th St."ON THE TRAIL"
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Iry Center (ConsrvatiTo). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Late Friday evening service at :>.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on New
!.,,.,., for Jewish Uviiik. an
Interpretation of the I'nite.1 Sj n:ni.*iiv
i50 Biennial Convention. Saturda)
nlng sen-lee at 9 with rabbi speak-
Ing on the "Weeklj Portion of the
Law. Bar Mltsvah of Stephen, soni ol
,i Mrs. Murraj Blane. Saturday
bible class l:S0 P.m. followed oj
Shalos 8'udoa Dally service In the
, haiiel B a m. and 5:80 p.m. youth
Breakfast service Bundaj :::. a.m. n
the chapel, followed by brekafasl In
the patio. Junior sen-Ices :J0 .i m.
Saturday morning in the aasembi)
hsdl of the school building. Dall)
religious hool Monday through
Thursday from 8:S0 to 6 80 Bunday
ool l" to 12 noon. High school for
Jewish studies Sunda.v 10 a m
Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536
Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Sen Ii i a Friday evening al v "" '
,, ... Rabh Mann ili spi ak on I
Th, i to Ai know ledge In-
, iion with the
Thn k Hoi da
Miami Hehrew School and Con
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Csntor Berele Kelemer.
i da j -'..
s Mil
,,f .i. Mi and \l Mi
Silbi: i M -i.' at 4 i in. followed bj
Mlm ha. Shaloa -~ Maai iv
set \ Ii i a. Sunday si hool al 10 a.m
li, |, ew > ho dall} 3 SO t.. 8:30 p.m.
I ia|iy -. ea 7:30 n m. and 5:80 p.m.
Bar Mltsvah breakfasts begin Sunday
' "I :':'''" B
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tredyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
bolh Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Bervlces dally ,; a.m, and 9 a.m.;
. Mlncha 4 p.m., Maariv at 7 p.m. Friday
evening aervlces at sundown.
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Joseph Malek. cantor; Stevo
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Friday Sabbath service at 1:15.
Rahhi Skop will speak on "How to
Remain a Loyal Jew in a Christian
Environment." Saturday at 0:4.'. a m
Torah study of weekly portion of bible.
Klddush. Mar Mltsvah club con-
firmation class Thursday al 4 with the
rabbi. ThanksRivIng service Thursday.
November 23 al 0 a.m. Children to
bring can of fruit for gift to Variety
Hospital Dally Hebrew School with
Joseph Hurtwltz. principal. Itasaar
November through Peeember 3.
Chanuka entertainment, aaeembly and
evening outdoor Mennrah IlKhting
ceremonies Sunday, Dae, .3 at 7:30 p.m.
Temple Israel. 2020 Broward
Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E.
Singer, Rabbi.
PYlday evening services at fi:l.'.
Kahhi Siiujer will speak on "Witch
Hunting as an American Tradition."
i'm miles Will be lit by Mrs. R. 0.
Weingarteii. Reception will follow the
services.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive-,
Normandy III*. Rav. Philip Fried,
acting rabbi.
Services begin at 8:1.1 Friday eve-
ning Rabbi Fried will speak on
"Thanksgiving in our Hay." Oneg
Shahhat given by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Pasol in honor of their aimiveis.it >
follows Saturday morning service at
1:11. Junior Congregation will follow
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DADE FEDERAL Christmas Club members art)
going to enjoy a PREPAID Christmas this
year. Checks have fust been mailed to them.
Beginning November 27th they will start
the"--1951 membership. Why not join them
at DADE FEDERAL with a Christmas Club
account and a Regular Savings Account?
You can enjoy a prepaid Christmas
next year too, and your regular
savings account will be handy
when opportunities or emer-
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PfflDAV, NOVEMBER 24, 1950

Fox Renamed Head
Of Young Israel
Louis L. Fox was re-elected
I president of Young Israel Syna-
eoeue of Miami Beach at a recent
meeting of the congregation.
Also re-elected to office were
wph Zcmel. first vice president;
I Nathan Ginsburg, second vice
Ipresident; Solomon Lobel, treas-
urer: and Martin Lazar, secretary.
I Plans are now being formulated
Ifor the group's second annual in-
Eallation banquet.
Hebrew Teachers to Meet
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Teachers' Association will hold a
Ispecial meeting at Kneseth Israel
|on Saturday, November 25, at
8:30 p.m.
PAGE II B
Executive Breakfast
Slated For Sunday
The monthly executive break-
fast of Tropical Lodge, B'nai
Bnth, will be held at Rosedale
Restaurant on Sunday, November
26, at 10:30 a.m., according to an
announcement by Sam Kessler
president.
Irving Friedman, chairman of
the "Lest We Forget" radio series
will discuss this project.
Alvin Budner will preside.
Will Sponsor Dance
Tri Beta Council of the Miami
Jewish Community Center will
sponsor the weekly Tuesday night
teen-age dance at the center on
November 28. All teen-agers in
the community are invited to at-
tend.
Judge Oka To Speak
Judge Kenneth Oka will ad-
dress the members of Miami
Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at
i their luncheon meeting Tuesday,
November 28, at 12:15 p.m.. at
I e Hearth Restaurant, 1549
Washington Ave. Judge Oka will
tell of the human interest stories
arising out of every day cases of
litigation.
Sisterhood Plans Tea
Sisterhood of the Northside
Jewish Center will sponsor a
membership tea at Douglas Gar-
dens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St.,
on Wed., November 29 at 8:30 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
,v ,!?7,CE BY PUBLICATION
IN I III-. CIRCUIT COURT nP TIIK
I ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
| Games Party Slated toa^ca^r^JX.K ruth
I Sisterhood of the North Shore -''A!-'-!-' "''""""
Jewish Center will
..... sponsor a
fund-raising games party at the
National Hotel on Tuesday, No-
vember 28, at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds
will go toward the maintenance
of the Hebrew and Sunday
schools.
Mrs. Jack Pritt is chairman of
the event.
KEY PERSONALITIES AT MOMENTOUS
NATIONAL PLANNING CONFERENCE
The greatest conference ever held in this
Kounlry to assure the future of Israelthe National
(Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish Re-
habilitationwound up its historic deliberations in
Washington. D. C with unanimous adoption of an
Unprecedented four-point program calling for one
billion dollars in aid to the Jewish Slate in the next
fliree years. In addition to emphasizing the need
Fr an intensified United Jewish Appeal, the Con-
ference also endorsed a proposed bond is6ue. urged
American grants-in-aid and called for increased
private investments to help Israel achieve economic
Belf-sufficiency. Outstanding American and Israeli
leaders who addressed the extraordinary four-day
preference included (top, left to right): Benjamin
P- Browdy. president of the Zionist Organization
Pi America; Secretary of the Treasury John W.
Snyder; Eliezer Kaplan, Israel's Minister of Fi-
nance, and Henry Morgenthau. Jr., general chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal. (Lower left):
Berl Locker, chairman, Jerusalem Section, Jewish
Agency for Palestine; Levi Eshkol. treasurer, and
Mrs. Golda Myerson, Israel's Minister of Labor.
(Lower right): Jacob Blaustein. president of the
American Jewish Committee; Julian B. Venezky.
chairman of the United Jewish Appeal's National
Campaign Cabinet, and Rudolf G. Sonneborn,
board chairman of the United Palestine Appeal.
The Conference also voted to raise S50,000.000 in
cash for the United Jewish Appeal before the end
of 1950 to speed the transfer to Israel of homeless
Jews facing emigration deadlines in Eastern
Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
get the
honest
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get Clicquot Qub
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QCt inO(& Of the "finest Fina flavor-oatd gingsr
oU .. livmlier iparkling wcrhtr ... and 4 ounces mors
than many o-called "bkj" bottle*. Yoor bt buy!
Bottled and Dist. by
SOUTHERN BEVERAGES
1 20SS N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami
bu> wax* y*i rim.
'{raniimn Unt^m* **
rtabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVBNtli.it
tli undersigned, desiring to engage it:
h under the fictitious name of
Elgin Vacuum Stores at n.M \v.
Street, lnt< lids to n
name with the Clerk ( tin- C
Coun i>f Dade County Florida,
MARVIN I.. ZANK
Sole owner
U/U 12 l-S-13
N'i IT1CE Is hereby given that the
undersigned has sold the assets of
BELL CARBONIC CO., and the name
Sell carr< >nic to jacob talles
The undersigned is not hi any way
connected with the business being
onducted by JACOB TAI.I.F.s .1- ACB
CARIlnXli' WORKS or BELL
CARBONIC.
WILLIAM LIEBERMAN
BELL CABBONICCO. _____
l!v s WILLIAM MKIIKRMAN
W1U.IAM UKBKHMAX
President
11 -??
TO: KITH CABRA
c 11 LERi >v 1IAKES
12 WALTER AVE
HICKSVILLE. I.. I.. N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a suit
rov a divorce has been brought against
'" 1 above styled and you are
hereby required to serve a 1 iopy -,
your answer to the Mill of Complaint
"I I'lalntirfs attorney, and to file the
original answer in the Office of the
rJerlL0Vne Circuit Court on or before
the .'0 day r December 1950, othei -
wise, a decree pro oonfesso may be
entered against you
DATED, Nov. 81, 1950
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
. Cleric of Circuit Court
(Circuit Conn seal)
By WM \v. STOCKING,
MURRAY GOODMAN """'">' Cl"*
Attorney for Plaintiff
au Olympia i:iilldlng
Miami. Florida
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
derslgned, desiring to ens
buslm ss under the rictitlou
Adams Hotel al 2030 Park Ave Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to register sakl
name with the 1 "lei k 1 Ill-cult
Court of Dade County, Flo
KEVMl '1'R II KOI I
IRWIN E. KOTT
11 :i 12 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN t
ned, di sh Ins to ngagi
business under the flel tlou
or Valet al 135 ?lsl Stn
Bi ai h, Flo] Ida,
reglstei said nan ith tin
of tile I 'ilollit CoUI'l ol I 1 ide 'V.:
Florida.
WM. 11. WEISS
II 21 12 l-S-15
-

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
the uu di Ins
huslni s.-. under the flctitl
Bay Shoi e To irlat C irt it 1 i"i N. K
losth Bl Intend to reals 11 1
with the 1 "lei k of the Circuit '
Dade County, Florida.
RKOKRK WERNU and
DORIS WERNLI
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN
..... .s. bol .
Attorneys f"i Applicants
II 21 12 l-S-15 -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring to eng .
business under the fictitious nan.....1
Byer Furnli in Company al 2199 N. W
:tth Street, Miami, Florlil
t" registi said name w Ith thi 1
of the Cli lit 1 Jourt of Dade County
Florida.
ANNE BYER
MORTON ROTHENBERR
Attorney
II 21 12 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undel signed, desiril
business undi r the
of I'lastli 1: 1 'ii .-
H1 Miami, 1
with the Clerk nl
Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl '.1
CATHY CORI'., INC.,
FREDA i: RARVY, Pi
MORTON ROTHENBERR
Attorney
11 21 12 1-8-13
NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE
IN THK CIRCL'IT COL'RT OF TIIK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
IX AND FOR I".\|iK COUNTY
Florida. IN CHANCERY, No
188580,
GABLES PRESERVES INC., P 1
GABLES CANNING COMPANY
INC., Defendant.
Notice Is hereby given that In
cor da nee with the final decree 1.
fore entered in thai Man
pending in the Circuit Court 0
El. v< nth Jud .,' circuit ol 1
wherein Rabies Preserves In la
plaintiff and Cablet I 'annlng c
inc. is defendant, being chancer) No
13*530, the mi.oe signed, .,.- ,
in Chancer> will sell al public
auction for cash to the highest and
beat bidder al the south dooi of the
County Court House in Miami, L>adi
County, Florida, on the 27th d
November, 1850, between the
ot 11:00 A.M. and 2:00 P M the
following described goods and chattels,
to-wit: :; 50-gal. -t. steel ketl 1 2
40-gal, aluminum Kettles 1 1
aluminum kettle, 1 80-gal. 1 ,..
kettle, 1 100-gal. copper kettle, 1
50-gal. copper kettle, 2 20-gal. 1 ipper
kettle--. 1, I-gal. st. st.ei bucke s, "
2tt-gal. st. ste.i buckets, 4 5-gal. milk,
cms, t 10-gal. milk cans I pourli
table with conveyor, s wood
4'x8\ 2 st. st.-,.1 tables 4'xl2',2 l-hp.
elec. motors, 1 5-hp. elei motor, 1
_-hp. elec. motor, 1 l'j-hp. elec. 1
'l reduction gears 1 double ws
tank, 8 200-gal enameled lined tai
100-gal. copper lined tanks. 1 _
wood tank. 1 100-gal. st, steel tank.
1 1000-g I oil mk. I 300-gi v ttei
lank. 25 i.gal *..... tank. 1
slicer 1 mmer, 1 tomato
1 bean n*asher and blancner, 1 kum-
quat punching ma
cr. 1 hydraulic press, 1 fruit 1 h
and bIIci .". l peolci and sh
machine, 1 Cndi I
c. pew 1 it.- : adding mai hlne 1 l-d
liung cabinet, 1 1-ci filing 1 ibinet, 2
d< -Ks. J su h el ch 1 Irs, 1 pel
1 1 stapling machine, 1
basket, trash cans 1 can op
1 exhausl fai a 2-bui n< hoi
clock, 1 stepladdi
3 dell;,.-. 1 l-ton hand h<
coi c-v ,: 2 3' pa Idles, ;
'
in, i,t. 1 steam pump, 38' ol
1
dippers
cab
pan 1! pore 'lain pan
I wood I- h \ I", Btl :
cent fixtures; pl|H
\i renchi *aws,
irch and other small hand
and _. 1 ,n Hade
ll Flo Ids
Vl\ ION B Rl'THERF >RD
Spi -id Mastel :i *'
.: .1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN

Ru-EI il Lin [Urn
Florida, Into nd* to registi
name w Ith the lerk of t he 1
Court of Made County, Flo
I.I i:i:.V CORPORATION
a Florida con*.
Bj : HEN SILVER P
RE< iRfiE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
120 1. nci 'in Road
Florida
for Applicant
II 21 12, 1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN
the undel -i-
indi fictltlou
1 ih Street
Miami Beach, Fkii Ida, :, -
\ n ime n Ith the
thi Circuit Court ol 1 .....'
Floi da
DR. ISADi IRE II HHOl'LSi "N

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT c ni:r 1 >F THE
ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCCIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COCNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N
136713
FRED P1ERSON, former!) known as
I- i:i:i 1 PIESBAI "H. Pis
EMMA PIKSBACH, Defi
Vur. EMMA PIESBACH
unkitou n, are hi 1 ': notified th
Hill ,.f i "om is been
filed against you, ami you .1
lp serve a copy ol \
Pleading t" the Bill "f Co
the plaintiff's Rttorne; man 1:
SILVER, 922 s.. bold 11 Mia 11
Florida, I file the i Igi
or Pie idlng In thi I 1
,,f the Cli ill C irt on 01 i" foi
the 19th da) of 1 >i mber. 1930. I
fall to do so, judgn defaull
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the liiil of Com-
plaint.
E, B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court Dade County, Florida.
Court Seal)
1: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MAN R. SILVER
922 Be} bold B llldlng
Miami, Florida
Attornej for Plaintiff
I! L'l 12 l-8-la
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl ITICE IS HEREBY RIVEN I
the undi
li islness undei the flctitlou
I.KSLIE Hi i'l'i:i. it No. 124! Ocea
Drlvi Mia nl Beach F
i.. register .- lid pame -.v i' h the
f the 1 t Court of Da
1
ISIDOR NCSSDORF
RIC IRRE J. TAI.IAN' d'l ESQ.
12 1 Lincoln Roa 1
P Ida
,:il
:: ji 12 l-s-lo
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ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridiem so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rales. Phone 2-1141
for messenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN
the undi -i-
.
I : v. and v:, '
\ v. .- .' Fla.,
with
1 Hit of 1 '.oh-
I
PHIL SATTENSTEIN
1: -'I 1-. 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN that
d< 1.
it undi hi fl tious name .>f
ol'A LOCKA GATEWAY INN 1 I
at 12,1 Op llvd., 1 >pa 1
1 I Intend
nami
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Com t of 11 ide Ci int) Flo
Ri iBERT 1.. HAMILTON

NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE hi ii- :.1.. given that i.
Steinberg ind June Morse, who
formerly conducted a co-partnership
under the firm nami of Lillian Custom
Made Po-- s al S.>0 Blni
Miami Beach, have dissolved
-hip. and that the said busi-
ness will hi be conducted
solely b 1. llan Bti nbi rg tl
. hei b; notified
that June Morse is :i" : ngi 1
nected with said businese and is not
islble for any debts arising out
..' said business, and thai the said
Lillian Sternbeig hi eb) aaaumes the
debts ol the former partnership con-
ducted bs them
This NOTICE shall be publishe I
once a week for a period of two weeks
in the Jewish Kloridian.
OERSHON S. MILLER
Attorney fur
Lilian Custom Made Dresses
311 JJmxiln Bond
Miami Beach Fla.
11/17-24


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, A y, NO VEMBER 24, 1950 Jen1st Fhrtdfian PAGE 3 A /'// Say... .,,., -i illative in a Kibbutz. His pressing invitahriUR'it me to Lehavot Habashan near Lake h The majestic Harmon, towering above, apM much closer than it actually is. Virtually on cyrian border, this Kibbutz is quite exposed. But L-oht lights shining from a cluster of Kibbutzim KI'P neiiiborhood banish the feeling of isolation. Edition, the sight of Nebi Yoshu, the police station 1 hcd mi a mountain crest, is a reassuring reminder libwish heroism. The Haganah made three assaults Ere capturing this fortress. The graves of 28 I 1( h attest to their desperate valor. r bk Beginnings three years ago, 40 young men and women began I mune on land provided by the JNF. The L n H;" ll furnished a loan. But the settlers %  to hold their position against attacks from the lb villa;;S on the surrounding hills. After the I'... ,', gan a life of back-breaking toil. With hands they performed the work of bulldozers fpried loose the rock encrusted in the soil. Horses iwed the earth. Crops began to grow. tut 35 ows are milked daily. Several thousand tj chickens lay eggs. Their dairy produce is Idled by the Tenuva, the marketing agency under fernmenl supervision. 3oing Concern |he Kibbutznick pqints with pride to the little fid he has created. For here are sanitary stables cattle barns for horses, and hen houses for edin&I chickens. The comfortable dormitories are %  series for the children. Concrete duplexes are %  dually replacing the sleeping barracks for the %  Its, Rocked pathways lined with Eucalyptus flings are slowly making the roads passable in rainy season. The newest addition is the comHious dining hall, also used for a club and assembly (m. An electric plant furnishes ample light and ter for the settlement. The Kibbutz: A Successful Utopia Bright Prospects Water, usually a problem in Israel, is piped from springs formed by cascades from the mountains of Syria and Lebanon. This fresh water is also pumped by diesel engines into the fish nursery ponds fashioned by the Kibbutz in the hollow wadis. Noils industry neglected. Writing desks manufactured of plywood and safes welded out of sheet iron find a ready sale throughout the land. The original 40 pioneers have now increased to 280. Their plans for future expansion are limited enly by their resources and manpower. Their will and vision seem boundless. A Socialist Experiment Obviously such progress could nol be achieved by individual effort. Private capital would ni ver realize on Its initial investment. Private initiative was exemplified by the Arab, who for 100i) years kept on receding to constantly lower economic levels. It took a different technique to fight successfully the stubborn soil, fallen into erosion through neglect. And Jewish initiative found and developed the system and skill for reconditioning the land to its ancient productivity. Inspiration for the Kibbutz has various origins. The founders were no doubt motivated by the doctrine that it is sinful to benefit through the exploitation of labor. This Socialist dogma is gradually enveloping the world; even conservative England is slowly shedding her capitalist skin. But there was also a desire to demonstrate that the Jew can be u pioneer and work with brawn as well as brain. The stigma of being branded a luftmensch had to be effaced. A prophet in the person of A. D. Gordon arose to preach the gospel and dgirilty of labor. A Kibbutznick Reaction My young relative, though a teacher in this commune, has studied architecture in Europe. I suggested he leave the Kibbutz and finish his course at the Hebrew University. I would foot the bill. But By HARRY SIMONHOFF he refused, though he would like to be an architect. "The Kibbutz" he declared, "is my home, mv profession, my ideal. Without Kibbutzim, Israel will never build up solidly. Why should I leave? If I need additional training, I will be sent to school. You say I am not accumulating? Why I feel rich. The houses, the fields, the cows, the fish ponds you are all mine. All my needs are provided. I work eight hours a day and have enough leisure for reading and amusement. If I get sick, no expense will be spared to cure me. Should I marry, I am not bothered with the care of supporting a wife. She docs her work as I do mine. My children will get a better rearing and education than I can ever hope to at; When I grow old, I will be taken care of to my last day. The Kibbutz is a perfect set up. I don't want anything better." Practical Idealism Plato, Lord Bacon, Sir Thomas More, and Edward Bellamy have dreamed of Utopias, yet no one ever attempted to put their theories into practice. The Jews were faced with the problem of colonizing and building their ancient land. But thgy found the ordinary pioneering methods used in America, Al pr Australia would not work. For in each of these continents there was unlimited virgin soil waiting for the hand of the cultivator. In Palestine good lane! scarce and expensive. There was even a dealt water. And the Jewish pioneer was an idealist without money or experience. Just as science harnessed the forces of nature, Jewish ingenuity utilized the power of idealism. To such material, a new order based upon a planned economy of non profit cooperation is enormously appealing. Each member contributes his talents or labor. Instead of wages, he receives according to his needs. Without these 100,000 disciplined intellectual peasants, Israel would not have emerged. The success of the Utopian Kibbutz is its best justification. I turope ide Red Cross Elect Officers .,:,• County Chapter of the i in Ri d Cross, will hold thirty-fourth annual meeting •; \ member 27. at 6:30 at the Miamian Restaurant, Easl Plagler St.. for the purof electing officers and diors. hapter Chairman Charles A. that ample space will i for Red Cross mems win wish to attend the busimeeting and hear the proi beginning at .8 p.m. but who unable to attend the dinner, ptiinted out that anyone contributes one dollar or member of the Red is entitled to vote in n of officers and on iter business. eneral John R. Hodge, corngeneral of the U. S. will be guest speakng to William N. MansU. chairman of the arrangemmittee. S members will also from Kenneth Murrain, a or in the Winter Park, Fla., School. Young Murrah was g 20 high school students cted to represent the Amerir Red Cross on a trip ast summer to study work of the Red Cross there. Nervations for Monday night's being taken at the Red %  chapter headquarters, teleDuring the War of the Revolu| editors were forced to flee before tion numerous colonial newspaper the advancing British army. Mrs. Benjamin Appel, left, was installed as president of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged at a luncheon meeting at the Saxony Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman conducted the installation. Mrs. Fred Jonas, right, was chairman of the meeting. ne 89-oiitii. Board Meeting Called A board meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will be held Monday, November 27, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Sacker, 243 S.W. 26th Road. PLAZA So. End Washington Ave. Theatre Miami Beach 5-2302 STARTING FRIDAY. NOV. 24 AT 4 P. M. A New Show On Stage "A Happy World" Brpn vmyvp s Starring PAUL PURSTEIN LILIAN LUX VP'TIDS Florence and with Harry and GENDELL Humorist ON THE SCREEN "MAZEL TOV YIDDEN" Featuring Michel Rosenberg Leo Fuchs Yetta Zwerling With All Star Cast Continuous Performance Saturday and Sunday Starting at 2:30 P. M. Weekdays Starting at 4 P. M. Hebrew School Women To Hold Supper Party A family nite supper and games party will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Sunday, November 26. at 6 p.m. at the synagogue, according to Mrs. | Murray Kirschenbaum, ways and I means chairman. Games, prizes and surprises have been planned for both adults land children, whom parents are invited to bring along. Working on arrangements for | the affair are the Mesdames Ben Sokoloff, Fredrick Rosenthal, Sophie Moss, Max Newberger, | i Dave Meltzer. Louise Vogel and I Harry Bobrow. Proceeds are earmarked for the completion of the rampus room. >


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PAGE 8 A vlfmistflcrkUarL nUDAY^Noyog^. Sewing Unit Dedicates Room In Mt. Sinai Hospital To Mrs. Blanche Cowen -'. dedication of a room in Mi -int Sinai Hospital took place week at ceremonies in the M morial Room of the hospital. t< d by the Blanche Cowen Sewing Group, the room will be the Blanche Cowen n in memory of one of the' kders of the sewing group. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi enii : Temple Israel, officiI at the unveiling of the nze plaque that was placed e the door of the room. Max Orovitz, president of the pital, congratulated the women for '"the fine tribute to one of r former members. It gives me a great deal of pleasure to see you here today commemorating the life and work of Mrs. \ A en in such a charitable man: ner. The hospital is fortunate to •' women such as you on our team," he added. Also on hand to commend the group was Samuel Gertner, executive director. "You women • have been a tremend piration to us •'•' %  P" w will be able to y >ur confidence in us %  %  %  Organized fii I s thi Pii Needles Gi up I the g up changed its nanu I Blanche Cowen Sewing Group : Mrs C • % %  en died Pres lent of the unit is Mrs. Albert Seiden. Other members are Mrs. I. D. dman secretary: Mrs. MaurOrovitz. treasurer; and the Mesdames David Bass. Joseph Bernstein. Louis Capland. William Capland. Sam Goolik. Arthur England. Otto Fenias. Gus Feuer. Henry Goldman. Melvin Goldstrom, Leo Kupper. Abe Libman. Milford Purcell. Dan Richter. Larry Rosenberg. Jerome Rosenthai. Dan Ruskin. Bernard Salzberg and Barney Spcctor. Sally Rossman Heads Temple Israel Youth Sally Rossman was elected n1 Of Temple Israel's Youth Group at a recent meeting of the I a>n. Others n imi I to office were Muriel Schostak, vice president: etary; and Stanley Levenson, treasurer. At thi mi 11 ng th group voted to become an affiliate of the National Federation of Temple Youth. The decision followed a report bv Mary Lou Nels and ira Schwartz, who attended a regional meeting of the organization in West Palm Beach last year. Next meeting of the unit is scheduled for Sunday. November 26. That Sluggish, Let-Down Feeling Associated With Premature Old n ?e May Be Brought On By Insufficient Or The Wrong Kind Of Drinking Water Colden Aggers To Hear Violinist Violinist Joseph Kishivisky will I play at the meeting of the Golden \ Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center to be held Sunday, November 26. at 2:30 p.m. The young artist, who studied at the'Boston Conservatory of M •. recently gave a cone. where he wi It you're suffering from ail-1 ments which are making you] old before your time...two simple things may be aggravating your condition. You may not! be drinking enough water...or, j you may be drinking the wrong kind of water for your system. According to recognized health authorities just by! drinking water that does not! agree with your system, gravel stones can form in the bladder. Also, kidneys, liver, heart, nerves and even the brain can become' sluggish. As a matter of fact,! all body functions can become | impaired. On the other hand, a surnCient quantity of soft, pure %  l < TRI PURE water, such WATER, acts a powerfu neutralizcr of harmful acids is unequaled tor fl ushl ,' kidneys, stimulating a slue** hver and aids in natural £J nation of waste matter Um the system. For better health, start drinking 8 glasses of Trip urt Water daily. Tripure Water ls the purest water in the world • • • 99.999 per cent pure..., delightful, refreshing water ami one of your most essential aids toward maintaining good health. Phone 2-4128 today: You'll be amazed how little costs to have Tripure Water ia your home' Adv. '7f//S /SA H£'/UAN SANOW/CH, •UOWS... apc/thts /£ the iuna mj fc/ds /ovef says Jack Dempsevy Unveiling lhe first dedicatory plaaue to be placed on the door cf a room at Mount Sinai Hospital is Samuel Gerlner, executive director. Dr. Jacob H. KapUn. rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, ard Mrs. Albert Seicer. president of the Blanche Cowen Sewing group, watch the ceremony with interest. The plaque was dedicated to the hosp'tal by the sewing grouo in memory of Mrs. Cowen, one cf the founders who died last year. Dr. Kaplan officiated at the dedication ceremony. B'nai B'rith To Obituaries Flamingo Lodge MAURICE GOLDEN • 49, I 1I hospital ] • A U • %  %  %  • N .1 s :: : ide hiaIfe, I.. %  • art two % %  • r 5.1 iml ..• %  : %  • .' • %  lent 1 ervlcei % %  : % %  MRS. ESTHER JANOSI 1311 S.V 16th St Sal C x N %  Mri Janoal wa New v rk .' %  •...•-! ••.%  ; • • M1 N' %  '• RALPH PLAUT iway N I .. %  %  I %  hei • ide his wift fieri • %  %  n i. ai W both ol N .' %  :%  a Plaul nd Mr*. Hattie k, both % %  '. New v.rk The %  re lent t.> N-w Vrk tor M*n rial I. Mia Lodge h and .ill be officia I into thi f B'nai N -. • mt> at 3:30 p m. at thi Hialeah Hall C son ex< itiv lirector I I %  %  !•. i B'rith Council. 1 I enl • I %  I n Friedhn Strunin, up. esses %  Fh %  %  Julius I H • %  oke, District No. Oni Go! Isti n New V i k C Hi M : Hia• r\ invited -'. ol • and members ol thi wornr. hand to' nts following the | i gram. %  iate Judge William L. Pall'jt of Coral Gables will welthe new lddge into the B"nai th family. Other officers elected to i with President Bloom will be: Thet .' %  i e Robins* n. W m Kneaplc-r. treasu Goodwin Abramson. monit Leonard Wohlfeld. warden: Harold Lebow. guardian; and Leo Gelvan, Nathan Becker, Philip Ly r.> and Gilbert Levy, trustees. "The new president will accept ;in engraved gavel from George J. 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PAGE 6 A rjewistncridian ISES^ovaoB,^ << Strictly Neighbors >> Bv HELEN ALPERT HOTEL HOPS Females of the Fourth Estate, you remember, tossed a welcome breakfast at the Saxony for Inez Robb. glamor-gal on Hearst's feature-service. INS. In a chair of strategy, near both the door and Mis? Robb. sat Sally Spaet looking very wonderful in a lacquered upsweep. Last time we saw Sally (too long ago) she was a windblown moppet checking proofs in The Jewish Floridian office Miss Robb wore a new close-hugging two-piece black taffeta. She didn't push up the leg o' mutton sleeves. The little Peter Pan buttoned packet blossomed a giant orchid, gift of the newswomen. And then Chris Kimmel of the U. of M. Quill Club pinned on a second giant orchid, token of Robb's honorary membership with —prompting all to wonder: "Orchids, where you taking that lady?" At the Captain's table in the Shelborne. for the kick-off breakfast of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce new members' campaign—a this-week whirlwind drive—realtor Rhoda M. Levine a lavendar cotton sundress with quilted lapels. She was leaving : New York 48 hours later. Her team lists Natalie Weinstein. Mrs. : Ie. Polly Lux. and Toby Emanuel. who runs the Dream Haven convalescent home. Mrs. Emar.uel chose a menswear suit and pi nl blouse for the coolish early day. And she's feeling lots better. last month's illness, convalescing conveniently—where else?— in her own Haven SHORT TAKES Snow-laden winds will soon be blowing Mrs. Ida Optner's pets this way. It'll be her son's family, the Philip Optners of Roslyn ts L I., with chubby three-year-old grandson. James David The Charlie (Chass) Jacobsons (he's executive director of B'nai uncil of Greater Miami) unveiled their new porch this kend. This is one "baik porch" sensational enough to rate the front door! "Pappy" Jacobson helped with the frosted glass beaut tile floor, amber rafters, and wall job of offwith .. startling crimson rug. While they were at it. the •went right .head to transform the back bedroom into a sett :: Chass' I n-objective paintings. Lime-green walls st with one solid wall of chocolate—known to the trade as .... FASHION JOTS se Gilbert's party outfit— slim black sheath skirt topped off uolman-sleev. I white blouse, sparked by rings of jeweled "Pete" Chen. ex-Army nurse now a Visiting Nurse. •• ••• 1 out a Saturday night visiting costume—dark fullish skirt ne of those popular white boucle sweaters trimmed in pearls. spouse %  : Dav I Cohen, instructor in government at the U. of M And he's brother of Bernard Cohen, instructor in anthropology at C mell MMAfl BEACH Reyna Ullman Younccrman. the artist, is back on Prairie Ave. I nl res l< nee with the whole familv. They spent much in Xv Rochelle. The Barzansky Galleries on Madison Ave. loved her fresh landscapes that they took all of them. bly, at that February one-man show of her work scheduled f Tucker Galleries here. Mrs. Youngerman will do cocktail Hetty Ruth Kaudel Becomes Mrs. Oster Miss Betty Ruth Kandel became the bride of Allen G. Oster in a d:iuble-ring ceremony on October 8 in the bride's home. 4555 North Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated The Couples ijJW* 1, ur 8anii Jay S;(bert Silbert Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Silbert, 2131 S.W. 21st St.. announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Jay. to be held at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Saturdav. November 25. at 9 a.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. The Silberts will be hosts at a reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah on Sunday. November 26. from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel. Miami Beach. ed "oriental" Bilk, ankle-length "FAIREXCHANGE: From Havana is petite Inez Levy. Delano secretary. T joes tall Mickey Holt, until last Friday secretary at the li Hot< I tion Etta Tucker's son. Lenny, off : the Army Wednesday, leaving brunette Mom to operate their 2.'ird St. Kids at Miami Beach High t '.': %  ki-Ellen Herman's professional ballet to Av< 1'. spotlighted the school's Coronation I SheI ma and Saul Herman THE TICKER i as punch. Her Saul's been picked as in F big Manhattan agency That clever n Pans} Flaun always gets the eye—her red-checked top ite skirt by the red-checked open-crown cartwheel Bride Evvie Bellin (nee Braslawsky) expects her man :. N> v V. ar's Day. His Army service was chopped to The gang's spreading homecoming greetings all over apartment on Jefferson Ave. Blonde ley" S nnett nly the mother of those samba-ing twins. i Nan also the Carol Sonnett who designed first 1 .; '-.:. .imsuits. Natural move here was the launch' %  '. y's" fashion shop "Work" dress cute figure I oetter is the striped cotton Mrs. David Rosner '.ins in their new Hotel Good 1 C T1YE INVESTMENTS: Those separate tulle skirts on a velvet waistband. Rush is for -: From Allardale's came Syd Gottlieb's nautical navys for th< tart. Two sets: both two-piece. The charmeen gabardine ":-. skirt with a jacket top. marked by high slit pockets framed The navy silk with starred sailor collar carries gold, white blue nautical emblems, is finished off with big-cuffed threeSyd is Gainsborough's devotee, for bags and shoes .. LOVE THAT REMARK P^ is when you steal from one. When you steal from died Research." IT'LL BE FUN ... to hear from you. If you're all a-glow over :\:shion item you've bought or seen, tell us. Or go on and be your friends'! Just mail it in to The Jewish Floridian. And : :zn ;our nime, in case we can't read your handwriting! %. 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 ^ Couples Li mit S November V"?fi and Mr. and Mrs i 0be:t N fuss. The program f^* N ned by £ a'nd m ^ s r *{ fl Adler, Mr. and Mrs V re Greene and Mr. ffijft Thurman. Mrs. Greene is rp ^ tions chairman. es n Dr. Joseph R. Narot will J dress the m eeting. 1 sister of the bride, matron of honor. She woTe eyelet organdy with pale nink^l cessor.es and a corsage M split carnation. Martin OrJS best man for his brother. A byttet reception was hM home for the v-eddinggues-rJ ; lowed by a dinner for the iaS at the Saxony Hotel. ** 1 The newlyweds honevmoM, at the F^t M. r .t JRU Beach 13 Nassau, Bahamas, and i:i ~5\ ing at 790 N.W. 13th CouBlcme Bar Mitzvah Stephen M. Blane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Blane. 1431 Lincoln Drive, Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. November 25, at 9 a.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. at the ceremony which was performed beneath a bower of Eureka palms and white flowers of the season. The bride is the daughter of Ephraim Kandel and the late j Mrs. Esther Kandel. She was given away by her father. Mr. Oster is the son of Mrs. Jack Lobe, 11, 1670 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach and New York City, and the late George H. Oster. A white imported Swiss organdy ballerina length dress, with embroidered and appliqued bodice was chosen by the bride for the occasion. Her white tulle | veil fell from a circlet of valley lilies and she carried two orchids on a white bible with a shower ; of stephanotis and white stream' ers. The bride was married in her i mother's gold wedding ring. Mrs. Charles M. Greenberg. Partner Wanted I Or Will Sell Modern Modal Fully Equipped One wJ Knows Meats Preferred, I&d I Location, Wonderful 0pp*| tuniry. Call 58-9560 or 5-2759 MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverbd| Grade A. 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PAGE 2 A vJenisti ncrkiiari Plans For 300 Bed Addition To Mt. Sinai Already Drawn, Orovitz Informs Staff Preliminary plan:, for a 300bed addition to Mount Sinai Hos/ pital. to be erected on adjacent Collins Island, have been drawn and will be placed :n the hands of the hospital medic:,1 advi board within thi Max Orovitz, p I the medical staff of I at din:. • S x :.;. | week. The rapidity with which this new addition will be constructed i largely upon Quality of patient care and medical he concluded. tner, in addressing the medical staff, said he did not want to unt the many hospital pi lems, but ratl ted the medical staff to know that he proud of thi 1 of the patients n I n Mount Sina: hospital H vhen hospital opened he had many SUC %  --. but then he remembered a statement he Sharet Chapter To Install Officers Beverly Koch will be installed as president of Sharet Chapter of E'nai B'rith Young Women at ceremonies to be conducted at the Sorrento Hotel on Sunday. mber 26, at 2 p.m. Mrs. A. Wellins. president of the Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women, will act as installing officers. i i be inducted are Mrs. Adele Krugerman, first vice president: Lorraine Kohlenberg, second vice president; Lois Giiman, corresponding seen Maurine Hyman, recording secretary; Roslyn Ersoff. treasurer; Pauline Glantz, sergeant-at-arms; Trudi Lach. parliamentarian. Board members include Romesa thai. Charlotte Coddon and Doris Myrow. Among honor guests will be Lewis. B'nai B'rith youth director; Ruth Reiter, first vice lent of District Five: Doris Klein, treasurer of District Five: Mrs. H. Kaufman, council youth chairman; Mrs. Rose Lewis, former Sharet adviser; Milton A. Friedman, national youth commissioner: and Mrs. Florence Goodman, chapter adviser. Arranging the program are Mrs. Krugerman, Miss KahlenMiss Gilman, Ruth Davis and Marian Davidowitz. Dance To Aid Hospital Variety chiid r • The Auxiliary of the Police! Saturday M 6V en u S Ho Pitj|l men's Benefit Association will at the ber 2 5. aioj benefit dance for the MOO .Y\y l!,,'^ club h sponsor a Dr. Edward CulJipher, left, vice president of the Dade County Medical Association offers congratulations lo Max Orovitz. president of Mount Sinai Hospital, and Samuel Gertner. executive directoi. on learning of the acceptance of Mount Sinai on the fully approved list of the American College of Surgeons. Announcement of the honor was made by Orovitz at the annual dinner honoring members of the medical staff held at the Saxony Hotel on November 14. The dinner was sponsored by the board of trustees of the the coun4 announci I it the een ] on the fullj the American [Surgeons and exticular pride in this accomplishment after only ten months of operation. .'-.-. thi ject under consid" %  hospital medical y board hi i stablishment of a rehabilitation and physiothei %  ; %  lepartment, which will offer the latest techniques in the fields of physical rehabilitation, work rehabilitation and physiotherapy, he informed the doctors. This department, he added, is to be set up in the building on Johns Island, so that the swimming pool may be used as part of the pi. gram. "Interest :n the futun on tht growth and i :. of the hi ispital \i ipula, .. munity ir. accoi thi concept pital : Such growth is \ I if thi hospital is to continue to offer .!community the high GOOD DAY WORKERS SS COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR PULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 No Charge to Employer had learned as a neophyte in the hospital field. "The ability and attitude of the medical staff sets the standard of service to the patients." The staff at Mount Sinai has certainly proved it true, he added. He went on to state that "on this occasion in which the trustees are paying tribute to the medical Staff, I feel the staff should know something of the attitude and interest of the board of trustees in the hospital. As the liaison officer between the board of trustees and the medical staff. I can tell you that the board is constantly seeking to know more about what we are doing at Mount Sinai and what other hospitals are doing. Let US join with them in helping to make Mount Sinai hospital the • : issible for the care of the ill and injured." he concluded. Members of the board of trusv sp nsored the dinner. i Le mard Abess, Jack A. Ablin, Sam Blank, Mrs Max Dobrin. V: %  diand. Leo Gerngross. Moses Ginsberg, Abraham G man. I): Morris Goodman Benjamin N. Kane, J. Gerald Li ... Liberman, Baron de H .: Stanley C. Myers, 'i ..!/.. Dan Ruskin. Herbert E. Scher, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, D S ger, Harr; Sirkin, %  h Sti in, A (hui (Jngai, Carl Weinkle, Leonard A Wien and Mitchell WoH n Urey To Headline UIT Dinner Dec. 6 Harold C. Urey. distinguished professor of chemistry at the Unii versity of Chicago's Institute for Nuclear Studies and one of the li aders in the nation's atomic bomb project, will be principal speaker at the dinner to be sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of the UIT on Wednesday. December 6. at the Blacki stone Hotel. Miami Beach. The affair, which will also feature an address by Meyer W. Wi isgal, chairman of the executive council of the Weizmann Institute of Science, has been sanctioned and approved by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. i according to Dr. Louis G. Lytton, chairman. The following chairmen have been appointed for the local committee: Charles Bender, metropolitan Miami: Mrs. Alexander Kogan, women's division; Prof. Berthold C. Friedl. university di%  vision; Hon. Burnett Roth, lawlyers' division; Dr. Stanley FrehlI ing. physicians' and dentists' division; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, (hotels and real estate division; I Prof. Samuel Hirsch. radio, theatre and television division; and ; Leonard Glasser. architects and engineers' division. Next meeting of the committee will take place Friday. November 24, at 4:30 p.m. at the Blackstone Hotel. The public during the An Revolution acquired a vast rethe p %  ss and for the principle of press freedom. New Kill To Op>ii At IMaza Friday Opening Friday, November 24. on thi stage of the Plaza Theatre ; will be the one-act production, "A Lebedige Welt (A Lively World)," starring Popular Columbia Recording Artist Paul Burstein, Lilian Lux. Harry Gendel and Florence Wei The screen attraction is "Maze! Tov Yidden." a musical comedy featuring Michel Rosenberg, Le i Fuchs and Yetta Zwerling. 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)AY, NOVOfflER 24, 1950 )r. Neumann To Address Regional rOA Meet To Be Held Here Dec. 1-4 —^-... -.vW*'1* +Jewisli Fhriditr Or. Emanuel Neumann \DEmanuel Neumann, past Resident of the Zionist Organiza,.'. of America and one of the I'ef architects of the policy Liich resulted in the establishment of the State of Israel, will principal speaker at the annual conference of the Southpstern Zionist region, to be held the Vanclerbilt Hotel from fccembor 1 to 4, Seymour B. lebman, conference chairman, ks announced. [ZOA leaders from Alabama, Borida. Georgia, Mississippi, Tou'.h Carolina and Tennessee Registration Open For Lfter-School Program I ttion is still open for IP F :.. -Granada Jewish Comjunity G nter's after-school prohm to be held every Tuesday fcd Thurs lay from 4 to 5:30 p.m. the center. Activities for fcildren six to 11 years old will i conducted under the guidance Jewish Centers AssociationJained instructors, Mrs. Corke oldstem and Miss Edith Feldan. I Senior teen-agers will meet fey Tuesday evening, juniors nil hold their gatherings on fcdnesday. Both groups will at 7:30. Plans are now underway for a anuka festival. will gather for the meet. The delegations will be headed by Ben R. Winick, president of the region; i>. P. Benamy and I. R. Goodman members of the national executive from the Southeast; Mortimer May, honorary president for life; Abe Berkowitz, honorary president; Alex Van Straaten president of the host Miami Beach District and honorary vice president of the region; Macey Kronsberg and Robert A. Persky, vice presidents; Benjamin Silverman secretary; and Max Friedman! treasurer. Among the other prominent speakers and personalities who will participate in the program, will be Dr. Sidney Marks, executive director of the ZOA; Louis Zalk, ZOA, vice president and national projects chairman; Abraham A. Redelheim, vice president ZOA; Abraham Goodman, vice president ZOA; Abraham Goldstein, honorary vice president; Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of the Brandeis Youth Foundation; and Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz, chairman of the Southern Inter-Regional Youth Commission. Dr. Neumann will speak at the closing banquet on Monday, December 4, at David Whitman Hall of Beth Jacob. Temple Isaiah Seats Officers Abe Schonfeld was installed as president of Temple Isaiah at an installation dinner dance at the Clover Club Sunday night. Beaeh Auxiliary To Meet Tuesday A meeting of the Miami Beach Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held on Tuesday, November 28, at 1 p.m. at the Town and Beach Club. Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president, announces. In commemoration of Jewish Book Month, a skit, "Chaim Weizmann, the Story of a Man and His Dream," will be presented under the direction of Mrs. Gershon Miller, with piano aci companiment by Joseph Schreibman, Participants in the playlet will be Mrs. Alexander Kogan. I Mrs. Sol Silverman, Mrs. Mollie I Schuman, Mrs. Irving Frankel, Bob Lyons and Boris Pritchard. The meeting will conclude with movies taken at the dedication of the new home at Douglas Gardens on September 24. Abe Schonfeld Other officers recognized at the rites were Sidney Lyons, Herbert Gutman, Max Lieber, vice presidents: Mrs. Morris Lencer. secre. tary; Benjamin Tupler. treasurer; | Joseph Rosenthal. financial sectreary; Siegfried Gesmar, chairman of the board. Members of the board of directors include Mrs. Benjamin Silvers. Dr. Seymour Kreisler. Al Kreisler. Mrs. Clara Mae Van Ness, Mrs. Sidney Lyons. Dr. Morris Rich, Emanuel Gilbert, Harold Shapiro and David Trau. Chairmen of the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gutman. Jadassah Group Will iponsor Lecture Series •First of a series of discussions "The Contributions of Jewish prsonalitics Throughout the es" will be given by Dr. Edrd G. Lear on Wednesday, vember 29. at 8:30 p.m. at the ar School, 1010 West Ave., ami Beach. ctures, to be sponsored the H. niietta Szold Group of flassah, will be held the last ednesday evening of each nth. 26th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Where Quality and Price Meet RUTKIN'S INTERIORS Custom Built SLIPCOVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES Guaranteed Satisfaction Upholstering Refinishing Remodeling Estimates Without Obligation Call 78-0117 4102 N. 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RIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1950 )r Narot, Rabbi Skop lhanuka Preparation |' Dr Joseph Narot and Rabbi Lrris Skop will be featured r. kel s at the Mothers' Chanuka (reparation Institutes sponsored r the B'nai B'rith Women's Council and the Bureau of Jewish Education. r The institutes will be open to '•Jewish mothers of Greater knist lUrMicin PAGE 3 B To Highlight Institutes Miami and will be held on the Beach on Tuesday, November 28, at 10 a.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center school auditorium, and in Miami, on the same day at the Miami Jewish Community Center (Town Y) at 1 p.m. Workshops will be held on the following subjects: "Significance of Chanuka," "How to Decorate the Jewish Home for Chanuka," "Cooking Novelties for the Festival" and "The Singing of Chanuka Songs." The faculty will consist of the two rabbis, Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mrs. Philip Freed, Robert Strassburg of the Jewish Centers Association, Mrs. Elsie Stiebel and Mrs. Olive Sussman. Exhibits of menorahs and other Chanuka material will be displayed by the Sisterhoods of Temple Beth Sholom and Congregation Beth David. Arrangements for the institutes are being made by the Mesdames Leonore Curtice, Sally Wellins, Bernard Hoffman, Melvin Benner, Ida Optner, Ruth Bloom and Mr. Louis Schwartzman, executive dii rector of the bureau. Board Meeting Called A board meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District will be held Monday, November 27, at 8 p.m. at the home of Judge and Mrs. Kenneth Oka, 515 30th St., Miami Beach, according to Alex Van Straaten, president. Included on the agenda will be final arrangements for the forthcoming Southeastern regional conference to be held December 1 to 4. BEFORE THE END OF 1950.' I lo rescue homeless and distressed Jews who must be saved now, the United Jewish Appeal must have $50,000,000 before the end of this year-before December 31. Fifty million dollars in cash before the end of 1950 is an absolute must because: (1) At the end of 1950, only three months will remain in which to complete the mass transfer to Israel of Jews still left in Iraq. Before it's too late, before the deadline falls, before the end of this year, you-each and every American Jew-must share in providing $50,000,000 for the United Jewish Appeal. (2) Jews in Roumania must continue to emigrate in large numbers while they still have the opportunity to go to Israel. The $50,000,000 you give now may mean the difference between a &fe in Israel and a life of misery and despair. (3) The Jews of Libya and Tripolitania have appealed-again-for rescue. In 1951, these lands will come under direct control of the Arabs. The $50,000,000 you give now to the United Jewish Appeal can help save these Jews from oppression. (4) The Jews of Israel must have our help now to provide for some 20,000 immigrants who pour each month into the Jewish State from Eastern Europe and the Moslem lands. These newcomers come to Israel with nothing b\it hope in their hearts. They need homes, jobs, the assurance of a dignified future. The need for $50,000,000 is real and urgent. Its urgency was recognized when 1,200 representatives of 45 major Jewish organizations and of the leading communities voted unanimously at the National Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish Rehabilitation to mobilize American Jewry for this supreme emergency effort the collection of $50,000,000 in cash during November and December to enable the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal to carry on with their vital missions of rescue and rehabilitation in Israel, Europe, North Africa and the United States. Before the year runs out, here is what you can do. Pay your 1950 pledge in full. If your pledge is all paid up, make a substantial advance payment-now-on your contribution for 1951. Help raise the $50,000,000 the United Jewish Appeal must have h"' re December 31 of this year. The time is short. Act now, today. CASH MEANS LIFE! MAIL YOUR CHECK TODAY to Greater Miami Jewish Federation 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida United Jewish Appeal On Behalf of the Resettlement and Reconstruction Programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal, United Service for New Americans, HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., Gnurml Ckatrmam ,."•••



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pAY/ NO VEMBEH 24, 1960 Gn^s First Meeting: Of Beach Zionist jncheon Club Scheduled For November 29 L meetitng of the season of *Jewistintsrknair PAGE 5 B LunchVon Club of the Miami 7,nn-• District is schedWednesday, November I*P* kfil a; r Harold Shnpiro •om 12:15 to 2 p.m. at Lincoln urant, 2 Lincoln according to Alex Van dent. rold Shnpiro. local attorney. of the luncheon p, will again act as toast',; Nar ator on the radio ram. Builders of Israel." mday at 1:15 p.m. NX he is honorary chairIbbi Lehrman To Idress Institute tbbi Irving Lehrman will ent the fourth in the series Jiants in Jewish Literature" he Aduit Jewish Institutes on Inesday, November 29. His fcet will be •Achad HaAm and |ural Nationalism," and will ve the 28th anniversary of death of Achad HaAm as part ha!ion;il Jewish Book Week bratii n. bonsoM'd by the Bureau of fish Education and the conations of Miami, the institutes : on Monday and Wednesday to 10 at the Beth David gregat.on and offer courses in Yiddish, Jewish history [literature. There is no tuition man of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, founder and first president of Temple Isaiah, president of the Miami Alumni Club of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, a member of the board of directors of Jewish Home for Aged and Miami Beach Zionist District and a member of the American Legion, AVC, Amvets Jewish Veterans and Civic League. He is on the public speaking committees of the Dade County Bar Association. Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Zionist Organization of America. Serving on the luncheon committee will be Daniel Broad, Paul Eisman, Jacob C. Fishman and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Leon Kronish. whose topic will be "What Does Israel Mean to the World?" Rabbi Kronish has just returned from the forty-first biennal convention of Union of America Hebrew Congregations in Cleveland. Ohio. He also attended the cornerstone laying of the new House of Living Judaism in New York City, a Moritz and Josephine Berg memorial and the new home of Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Israeli news report will be given by Murray R. Goodman. Miami attorney. Beth Jacob Adds Course To Adult Education Series Establishment of a new course in the adult education series at Congregation Beth Jacob has been announced by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. spiritual leader. In addition to the Sabbath course on the Bible and the daily Talmud groups, a series of lectures on "The Laws and Ethics of the Talmud" will be given Sunday through Thursday from 5:15 to 5:45 p.m. The series will be conducted by Rabbi Mescheloff in Yiddish and is open to the public. Workshop Will Present Story Of Pulitzer "The Story of Joseph Pulitzer and the New York World" will be presented by Radio^Workshtfp for Democracy on Sunday, November 26, at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE. Cast includes M. J. Berliner, Lowell Thing. Bob Brenner, Bill Rogers, Vic Knobloch, Walt McDonald and Gertrude Marx. The program ;s directed by Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with musical direction by Steve Kessler. f\t^..fcjfj to INTEREST ON SAVINGS Compounded Semi-Annually • *.Vftit'Js.ii '-. %  \ • 1 INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK Leonard : Abett. President ^ 46 W. Flagler St. "^ Miami, f la. t/r Tropical Lodge of B'nai B'rilh has launched a weekly half-hour radio series on human relations over station WKAT. A 15-minute panel discussion follows the transcribed "Let We Forget—These Great Americans" series each Sunday at 3:30 p.m. In the photo (1. to r.) are Seymour Brenner, Max Braslawsky, Gilbert J. Ballon, regional ADL director, Irving Friedman, program chairman, Louis Rosenberg, C. R. Jacobson. executive secretary of the B'nai B'rith Council, and Alvin Budner. Martha Scott Will Star In New Frontier Program "Party for Gino," starring Martha Scott, Broadway and Hollywood actress, is this week's dramatic radio presentation on the < New Frontier series to be heard Sunday, November 26, at 10:451 a.m., over radio station WIOD. The program is produced by the Institute for Democratic Education and presented through the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Volpe Song Reprinted "The Lord Is My Shepherd," one of the last songs written by Arnold Volpe has been reprinted by Carl Fischer. Inc. Written during his last years at the University of Miami, where he founded and conducted the Symphony Orchestra, the song is dedicatetd to Arturo di Filippi. It was originally published in a memorial volume of 32 songs by Mr. Volpe and printed in 1940. 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PAGE 10 B vJewistiflcrkffaM Religious Directory... Tempi* ksraer (Reform!. 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. -, rvlci i %  v On 8aturda> morning ai n a.m., Dr. \ %  M 111 : eaun a'nf talks on %  %  .'< a lah !". %  it'II Pia< ttli e. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. I '• Iday evening per 1 PA at 5 10 1 %  %  %  :Honlar will "Thankful!.- ah \"ii Sal • IS school 9:45. 9 • %  youth tartins at 7:80. Congregation Knese.h Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. f .. -• Rabbi Ev< if th' \' u Instruct class In %  : %  t by % %  • •..' %  i • %  M Law 9 • %  Hebrew Sui %  •.:..-• •. • .i %  : I :.. '.-• %  Every Sui let WTIOH t 9 follow* I b> bn nkfasl ..:. ng ..i '." IS a.m Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. i -. lay evening services at S:M p.m. Saturday morning servlcei .it A SO Rabl Grauer will t>!.-ah on The Portion "f the Week. Mlncha at 4.4", p.m. • %  .i.i by Shalo* Sudos. Junior Con. Satui lay, 10 a.m. to jioon: Sunday school from 10 to noon I .,] • ellgious s.'h.-'l S:30 (•> Dallj sen ea B m Reading class. Miclina 4 4.". Mm. h.i il:ui\ "..'.. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. Monday thn.nch Friday servicet at 30 a m. Saturda) nt % %  am and SunI day al I .. m Mlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Maariv si 6 p.m dally. West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Exra Lifshitz. FYld evel ng -• %  ea al B Rabbi U t| ^.ik on %  \v. Are Thankful I Mr and Mrs Cj Uiahkln will be >...-• atess for thwei Saturda} rnlng -• • ,>' .Book Month. Mlncha at 5 followed by Shalos Beudls. Hebrew school Monday through Thursday, 1:10; Bunday, :•--. Frrst Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven. Rabbi De Koven will officiate at ten ces Pi lda> al I IS p.m. I %  sea dally from 4 p m to 5 %  '" ;• m. Sunday school from r43 t.> lnoon [choir meeting Monday, Nov. :i at Rabbi's residence, HI Mendosa Ave al p m. Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood (Reform). 1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi. at p.m. Dr. Ranson oi "Amerli an B< lei Ii One W. I." Hebrew i Sal ,:.. 10 ., nti Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. %  t5:l • %  • i • >? the ,Veck. Fights B Maai ... M I o Sundays II •! We Ineail ly I I %  %  '. B w and Thursn J. Ish I., gi -.•!'•: Norlhsiae Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. ..Isaac 8. Bmlth will offlcl.,-.. .t I services Frldsv evenlns. North Dad* Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at I:1S. Saturday morning servl es at in. Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. Services .'.:io p.m. Friday. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:20 pm. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning: at 9:00 o'clock. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Are.. Miami Beach. s. -ivi.es Friday nietu at 5:15: Saturday at i a.m. Mlncha at j:"" p.m %  (.Mowed by Bhaloe Baudoa. Services Sunday to Thursday 9 a.m. and 4:15. /Ml Young Israel membeis in the area are Invited to attend. TFereih Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. ) .,. evening: services at 5:3** p.m.: Saturday V a.m. All residents In that area are invited to attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr Friday nlghl services at 5:30: Saturday morning at 9 Daily services at t< m. Congregation Beth David (ConMiami Beach. Dally -.• %  -. Ici s 7:30 a.m nd 5:1.' I al 9 a m 00 ; in here will be a hour I .,f the entire ants will be I Hebres ghl b> Bubble I .a Ii nd Shalos Seu f. '_->.' nlng ser> • i Downtown Synagogue (Conservative). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. ... • • • %  Daily si 7 %  ind 5.30 Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. • morning .. • 8:30 a.m M ... %  Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. i..i'.. Friday evening services al • is p.m The rabbi i'l speak on "Annlversarlea Havi Values.' A receptlon will follow. Floral offering by Mis Ethel Kiss.-I in honor of her son Laurenci Bai Mltsvah which will take ( %  rvlces Saturday mornStudenti -• % %  i Ii ea at in 30 i Hebi ew Is ssea ir chl ren now Miami Beacn Jewish CommunSee or Phone We NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ina Co. 907 Biacayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. (apt. sloe's Fish Marts WHITE FISH PIKE CARP GROUND FREE When you want the highest quality fresh fish obtainable, CALL ON US 1985 S. W 8th St.—"ON THE TRAIL" 425 W. Flagler—"AT THE BRIDGE" WE DELIVER PH. 9-6338 Iry Center (ConsrvatiTo). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Late Friday evening service at :>. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on New !.,,.„,., for Jewish UVIIIK. an Interpretation of the I'nite.1 Sj n:ni.*iiv i50 Biennial Convention. Saturda) nlng sen-lee at 9 with rabbi speakIng on the "Weeklj Portion of the Law. Bar Mltsvah of Stephen, soni ol ,i Mrs. Murraj Blane. Saturday bible class l:S0 P.m. followed oj Shalos 8'udoa Dally service In the haiiel B a m. and 5:80 p.m. youth Breakfast service Bundaj :•::. a.m. n the chapel, followed by brekafasl In the patio. Junior sen-Ices :J0 .i m. Saturday morning in the aasembi) hsdl of the school building. Dall) religious hool Monday through Thursday from 8:S0 to 6 80 Bunday ool l" to 12 noon. High school for Jewish studies Sunda.v 10 a m Temple Isaiah (Reform), 1536 Bay Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Sen Ii I a Friday evening al v "•" ,, ... Rabh Mann ili spi ak on I %  •Th, i to Ai know ledge In, iion with the Thn k Hoi da Miami Hehrew School and Con gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Csntor Berele Kelemer. i da j • "• • %  %  .. %  • s • %  Mil ,,f .i. Mi and \l Mi Silbi : i M -i.' at 4 i in. followed bj Mlm ha. Shaloa -~ Maai iv set \ Ii i a. Sunday si hool al 10 a.m li, |, e w > ho dall} 3 SO t.. 8:30 p.m. I ia|iy -. %  ea 7:30 n m. and 5:80 p.m. Bar Mltsvah breakfasts begin Sunday "I : : '''" B Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tredyon Nusach Arie and Yeshibolh Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Bervlces dally ,; a.m, and 9 a.m.; Mlncha 4 p.m., Maariv at 7 p.m. Friday evening aervlces at sundown. Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Joseph Malek. cantor; Stevo Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Friday Sabbath service at 1:15. Rahhi Skop will speak on "How to Remain a Loyal Jew in a Christian Environment." Saturday at 0:4.'. a m Torah study of weekly portion of bible. Klddush. Mar Mltsvah club confirmation class Thursday al 4 with the rabbi. ThanksRivIng service Thursday. November 23 al 0 a.m. Children to bring can of fruit for gift to Variety Hospital Dally Hebrew School with Joseph Hurtwltz. principal. Itasaar November through Peeember 3. Chanuka entertainment, aaeembly and evening outdoor Mennrah IlKhting ceremonies Sunday, Dae, .3 at 7:30 p.m. Temple Israel. 2020 Broward Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E. Singer, Rabbi. PYlday evening services at fi:l.'. Kahhi Siiujer will speak on "Witch Hunting as an American Tradition." I'M miles Will be lit by Mrs. R. 0. Weingarteii. Reception will follow the services. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). 7110 Bay Drive-, Normandy III*. Rav. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. Services begin at 8:1.1 Friday evening Rabbi Fried will speak on "Thanksgiving in our Hay." Oneg Shahhat given by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pasol in honor of their aimi veis.it > follows Saturday morning service at •1:11. Junior Congregation will follow FLORIDA ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS 4315 East 11th Ave. Hialeah Office Phone: 88-5921 Residence Phone: 7-1032 A. N. GALLENT Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HODB WTTT—1490 onYomDid Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LY0HS Newscaster and Hirtomal Narrator SUNDAY 10 TO 11 AX WEDNESDAY 1 TO 1:30 PX| FRIDAY 1 TO 1:45 PX The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.. servative). Coral Way and 26tb ENJOY A (BUriotma* NEXT YEAR DADE FEDERAL Christmas Club members art) going to enjoy a PREPAID Christmas this year. Checks have fust been mailed to them. Beginning November 27th they will start the"--1951 membership. Why not join them at DADE FEDERAL with a Christmas Club account and a Regular Savings Account? You can enjoy a prepaid Christmas next year too, and your regular savings account will be handy when opportunities or emergencies present themselves. %  JOIN DADE FEDERAL'S 1951 fflhrtStmass


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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1950 Gables Groups To Hold Barn Dance Plans are being made by Coral Gables Lodge and Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith to hold a barn dance and variety show on Saturday evening, December 9, at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, jt has been announced by Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chapter president. joint function will feature ety show under the directjon oi Mrs, Irving Ger.stenfeld ilph Bargeil, who will act 8 oi ceremonies. Guests w il) bi asked '.*> come informally in hill-billy costumes. Chairmen of the affair arc Mrs. Bhrenkranz and Nathan i TSt. Sgggjftgl gPfcn Sorority Alumnae To Hold Pot Luck Dinner rs of Alpha Epsilon Phi iciation will gathei me of Mis. B. B. Gold255 W. River Alto Drive, Bi .nh. on Saturday, No25, at 7 p.m. for a pol : .Mis. Goldstein with : are the Mesdames e, Alexander Rubin re Berman. Mayor Turk Designates Nov. 27-Dec. 3 As Hadassah Membership Week PAGE 9 A Maw. THE BEST IN KOSHER POODS Miami Beacli 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 "Caterers Distinction" For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Suggestions Without Obligation Call 5-2655 — Ask for Boris Mayor Harold Turk signs the proclamation designating the week of November 2G to December 3 as Hadassah Membership, ?*•!. V ed Jonas over-all membership chairman, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, look on. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach lias proclaimed November 27 to December ;i as Hadassah -Membership Week and is calliny upon the women of Miami Beach to join Hadassah and through its mass enrollment help Israel. Mrs. Fred Jonas, membership chairman, announces that the I kick-off breakfast will be held at !the Monte Carlo Hotel, on Mon' d ay, November 27, at 1 0:30 a.m. Gables Zionists Mark Book Month In observance of Jewish Book Month, Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will review David Maletz' "Young Heart." an English translation of the novel on life in a kibbutz, at the next meeting of the Coral Gables Zionist District to be held on Thursday, November 30, at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Lenore Weidberg, alumna of Brandeis Camp, will give a report on camp activities and lead the group in folk singing. Norman R. Lyons will preside at the meeting. Immediately following the bn aktast liir chairmen and their committees will personally extend an invitation to join Hadassah to every woman in the Greater Minimi area. Co-chairmen are the Mesdames Harry Platoff, Milton Weinkle, A. H. Olen, Joseph Wolf, E. Smith, B. A. Sterling, Israel Teitch, T. Greenberg, J Bernard, J. Davis, Peter Brod, Miss Lillian Goodman and Mrs. T. Pritikiv. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein has arranged the program for the breakfast. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry is radio chairman and Mrs. Louis A. Gidney, publicity chairman for the drive. To Aid In Celebration Of Jewish Book Month Six members of the Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach will assist the Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami in the observance of Jewish Book Month, according to Mrs. Henry Seitlin, club president. They are the Mesdames Sonia Broides, Rebecca Schwartz, Minna Bower, Sophie Krantz, Zipporah Levine. Sonia Goldberg. Washington's Farewell Address lean public in the columns of the was first presented to the AmeriI Philadelphia Daily Advertiser. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES Y&m7fm7i7% mkiwrtd***. t Enjoy "Pappy" Feinberg's Traditional Friday Night Dinner His Personal Supervision Is Your Guarantee of Delicious Jewish Cuisine 'S3 4'-&.ii*/^H $2.50 liiHufling 4*I. -INN of Wine at the RITZ PLAZA HOTEL 1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Make your Reservations with "Pappy" at 5-0209 YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING-DON SEND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! T LET THEM DOWN! it IB* 1 t> o1 our V*s* s*v 'EStfeves. Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY OO^ per *L r pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. FOOD NET WEIGHT. .55 LBS. %  HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND. FOR A FAMILY 13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk; 8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegetables; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas. Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals: 8 lbs. Canned Fruit; 8 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs. Colfee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea: 2 lbs. Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF! w CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! '•koer iH ,0 '* rae y0Ur ae,f -P a c |< *<* parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only the offi 'hipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of nothinn • 0f Farr Tou^ •• (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb.) Your relatives have ^to pay there. (Outside Metropol. Area charges for self-packed parcels slightly higher.) • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 || lb $11.75 4 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Oil K lb. Egg PARCEL 19 6 lb. Meat G cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Margarine 2 lb. Veg. Fat 2 lb. Rice 2 lb. Split Peas 2 lb. Sugar 1 lb. Prunes 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 can Sardines 4 oz. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. S .gar Powder (18 eggs) ;|5 lb $18.75 1 lb. Cheese j 1 lb. Oil | 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops | 4 oi. Tea ; 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix 1 •£ lb. Egg Powder in Time for CHANUKAH PARCEL 16 2," lb $12.75 8 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb, Oil 2 lb. Sugar 2 lb. Lima Beans 2 lb. Barley M lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 18-|5 lb $12.50 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup 6 lb. Meat 3 lb. Butter 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cheese BRAND NEW Ptiilco Refrigerator $240.00 Plus duties Also 1951 WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS NOW — No import license neceiwry. No red tap*. FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. NEW YORK OFFICE: 145 SECOND AVE., N. Y. 3, N. Y. Seven (7) other high class food parcels, "lightning fast delivery" from two to four days, containing up to 7 lbs. of Meat. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFEICE. Farr Tours Roney Plaia ins 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5328 Uptown Office 6638 Collins Avenue Tel. 86-1472 MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 377 BLAKE AVE.. B'KLYN 12, N. Y. New ... all five 1951 Westing, house Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. GIGARETTES and SOAP 200 Cigarettes incl. duties tn ftc and delivery J7.7J 6 bars fancy face *o QQ 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soap, inclusive duties and de liveries by AirExpress $14.95



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PAGE 10 A vJewlst thrHkui Gables Women To Hold Barn Dance A barn dance and country store auction jamboree will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of the l jl Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables on Saturday evening, December 2. at the Coliseum. Happy Harold and his Crackerjacks will furnish the music for the square and ballroom dancing. r Murrav, Bill Sheetz and Art Green of WMIE. Jackie Pij r< and Jack Cummins of WTVJ, i |e Martin and his gang of WWPB, will headline the enter. ent. Highlight of %  evenii be the auctioning of a baseball pi nally : ,: "'d by Al "Flip 1 R n, h me run cham] id a football aul & by Ai Gustafs n and members oi rjniv rsity of M football sqi n .! :.' I iff is pre of T iter ho id c mn ittee includes: Florence Einbinder, chaii i sdames Leo Plan. Philip m, Arthur Borack, Philip Resnick, Ben Friedman. Edward B n, Sam Rabb, Harold Reinhard Paul G lldberg. Lou Barrish A. J Maloff. The proceeds are to be used tor the completion of the groups school and recreational facilities. Sam Kaplan Takes Over Fleetwood Hotel Sam Kaplan, executive dii h Hotel Ascial m for three yi r taken over operation of the Fleetwood Hotel. Cabana V Club. Immediately tion of the Fleetw Kaplan i i itaryship in i • iciation and assumed the post of managing diside hostelry. pp tinted V.'. Mi Bi; Ii man ig< r of the hotel I ishiesl 'ii the Bi and enviable reputa as R I otel man. many innov 11 ing inaug i at the I menl nsisl .: • md I in i i 2ggliJg*Mg u i Prof. Hirsch To R ead Happy Time" Tuesdm. Prof. Sam Hi rsch 0 ^% versity of M.ami dram, lament will read Samuel Tav, "Happy Time." comedy £[ on stories by Robert Fo„,aS and produced by R odgers Hammcrstcin, on Tuesday \v yember 28. at 8:40 p. m ^ £ • formance will be under the £.* pices of Freedom House. Resmt tion^ma, be mad e by 3g Pictured al the speakers' table at the Congregation Beth El installation banquet Dora August Memorial Hall Sunday night are (seated. 1. to r.) Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president of the sisterhood; Sidney H. Palmer, congregation president for the fourth term: Mrs. Palmer; Mr and Mrs. Maurice Grossman; Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer; Canlor and Mrs. Jacob Tarnbor. Philip Berkowitz; (standing. 1. to r.) Mr. and Mrs. Al Zisman; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper: and Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper. Mr. Grossman serve as loastmast er and Mrs. Palmer installed the Pincers. Israelite Center PTA Plans Fete First social affair of the Israelite Center PTA is scheduled for Saturday. Decembi r 2. it 8:30 p.m. at the center building, 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Dancing, comedy skits, prizes, a gypsy fortune teller and refreshments are on the agenda. Hi Miller will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. Robert Rosenthal is chairman of the event. Working with her are Mrs. Sam Ezr >1. piogram: in Miller, N. Shenken and II Horowitz, decorations; Mrs. Helen Stock, refresh) '.ions may be made bv calling Mrs. M. K. hi.an at 83-4022. LEGAL NOTICE Melvyn Douglas To Star In ADL Radio Program Melvyn Doug tars in this Irama "My Little Boy." • i ; de in the Lest ','.' Forget SI I R lember series 1 ented Sunday, radio • I • WKAT. Pollack Unveiling The • • f thi %  M ; .. : mi if :;2J S.W 14"h St.. will take place Sunday. mber 26. at 1 p.m. at Mount Cei '• ry with Rabbi Murting. Mr. Pol%  d by his wife, one son and three daughtei A rangein charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relaiends are asked to be present. Sparber Unveiling The dedication of a monument I 'he memory of the late Mi Sparber. husband of Helen Sparber will take place on Sunday, December 3. at 2 p.m. at Mt. N Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. The late Mr. Sparber was a member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Friends and relatives are requested to be present. SKY LAKE CAMPS Twin Camps For Boys and Girls Ages 7 to 17 800 Acres High in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Sautee, Ga. (30 miles from Highlands, N. C.) Progressive Camping in Country Rich in American Tradition Directors RABBI and MRS. RICHARD E. SINGER Temple Israel, W. Palm Beach. Fla. MARTIN GOLD Ass't Prof, of Physical Education. U. of Florida. Gainesville For full information and brochure please call our Miami representatives: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altman—87-0534 Most of the Mayflower pioneers came to this country because they had been persecuted for their ex pression of beliefs in England. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THi: i IT I'I i| HT i >K THE i:i.i:vi:.vni jri>K'lAl. CIRITIT i IP I'l.i IKII 'A, IN AM Ki lit I '.\ I >E I l.\ CHANCERY, NVi %  V Rl'SSBLI* Rail tiff, vs. I: VYMON'M %  '.!., I ii fi mlant. ; %  • i: \ v.\ii iNi i i. i:rs.-i:i.i. • II Pan v Alrwayn Cn ii.-. I :. I ;. %  %  v 111 %  pive a • tn ilir Kill c.i %  | ,. | Lttn %  nd fill • %  %  In %  • orl -• ol the ''• rk %  •( tinI • %  : the 26th l % %  %  Iiei .:••.•. th above nth<>rw !-. %  the I (till of %  'omiilalnt ill be InKii :, -. ontosst 'l i>\ jou, Dated: Hus 22nd daj • •( November, M i Florida. B, H LKATHBRMAN Clerk "i the L'li cui( Cou I Court Seal i B} : W.M W. RT( % %  KINi ;. Deputy i ".. k ROHERT I.. IlI.OOMBEIl'l attorney I i (II Si r irlda %  PETERS llrivo1'udor "Barbecue Ribs and Chicken"' (Opposite the Jai-Alai) Ph. 88-9385 3799 N. W. 36th Street SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE HARDWARE—PAINTS-GUNS—AMMUNITION-APPLIANCES THE TOWER TIRE CO. SELLS MORE FISHING TACKLE THAN ANY STORE OF ITS KIND IN FLORIDA. /t you don't bu from Tower you pay nearly twice as much HEAVY DUTY BOAT KGD AND REEL NOW REG. S2S.00 VALUE. COMPLETE NYLON DRAIDED LINE IS. 20. 27. J6 ond 15 Lb. T—t S pool FLEX RODS Fe. n.W -.-.. % %  WOW NYLON LINE. Tho Best 300 Fl. 45 Lb. Tott ..._...._ Stainloti LEADER WIRE. 2S Ft. Noi. 1-9 sach. Ra 35c 250 Yi REEL Hoovy Duty Rog. SIC PLUEGER FISH HOOKS S.i.i 1 to 5-100. H.q. 5 2.50 PLY-FLEX GLASS ROD Hag. S19.95 LARGE ALUMINUM TACKLE BOX. Rg. |7.5 LEAD SINKERS I-OI. to to*. ,i..s. 1 lb. 29c S Ibi. 80 1400 If 50* $ 10 SJSO If 29 GALVANIZED MINNOW BUCKETS. IUg. B3-50 ..„ FOLDING CRAB TRAPS" H.g. 11.50 each NO. 1 BRASS SWIVELS Bog. 5c ooc h 1000 PLUGS Bog. 11.25 $1.40 14 50 _99 e $ 95 e GAS LAMPS. 2 BURNERS Q-* Fog. 114.00 GAS LAMPS. Singlo Burner I"50 Hog. IU.M %  %  JAPOK LIFE PRESERVER. Cushion liio 15"xl5"x2". U.S. Coast $o40 Guard ApproTod. Rog. S3.PS Si .•12" TOWER 2197 N.W. 7th AVE. TIRES—4.00x11 Popular Nam*. Flit Tax TIRE CO. PH. 9-2201 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation INFORMS THE PUBLIC 1. That only stores where the sign of the GMVH H I D J are endorsed by the GMVH as kosher; 2. That only chickens with the ring of the GMVH H 1D J are endorsed by the GMVH are kosher: 3. That in live poultry markets only FRESHLY. KI LLED chickens with the ring of the GMVH ," 1 D J are endorsed by the Vaad; 4. That COLD CHICKENS in the live poultry markets cannot be endorsed by the Vaad because they may be OVERZMAN; AND WARNS THE PUBLIC Not to be misled by statements such as "traditional meals served." or "Jewish Style." or similar statements and symbols which mislead the people to believe that the place is kosher. WATCH FOR A PROPER ENDORSEMENT OF THE GMVH YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY.WIDE VAAD I"! !2 For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595 Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. S. Lobel. Treas. Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. America's Foremost Female Impersonators CLUB JEWEL BOX formerly tl e frolic 13th St.-McArthur Causeway — STARRINGJACKIE MATE AND A CAST OF 30 People Bigger & m*# Than Ever PH. 3-6983 or 9-3100 Gartonbcrg and Schechter Are Happy to Announce the Opening oi the EDWARDS HOTEL 10th Street and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach With Strictly Kosher Dining Room Kashrus and Sabbath Strictly Observed Z3 15ft Rooms 15ft Baths Newly Built Swimming Pool on Premises Large Air-Conditioned Dining Room and Lobby We cater to Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs and Other Social Functions TELEPHONE 5-4611



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1950 LEGAL NOTICE +Jm&H*mmam LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION iv THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK JIT" Jl'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND "j55 North Sixth Street 1-Hll.A I 'I :i-l'Hl.v PBNN. yE COUNTY. — IN CHANCBRT, No. •lARiiARET SACKS, Plaintiff, vs. SYLVAN SACKS, Defendant. [0: SYIA AN SACKS Ml Mary Sacks. i eii Spring Avenue. Maryland Y"l ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED of plaint for diVOI I o i against you, and you to servi a copy of your ihel pleading to the bill I "ii plaint it'fs al torni >. [ cinal in the oil %  Circuit Court on oi li day of Decembtr, di %  ee pro eonfi l .ii; i InBt | ou, Jtli day of November, i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Seal) llj H. II. RICE JR., Deputy C f.it I'ialntitf load, Floi Ida. • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flcM. nanK laikway Apartments at Tin tin, Street. Miami Beach. Intend to reg^e? said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SAMUEL L. MATLOFP and ROSE MATLOFF MAX R. BALZMAN and BOTHER BALZMAN HARRY mmST !" Attorney for Owners 11/3-10-17-24 I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  i. desiring to engage in [ the fictitious name of Ladder Co, and • I..I : h r and Scaffold ',, B \ v enue, Miami, Fla i name with tin COUrl of Dilde Ida. MAX GRANT Ml -I 12 I I.Ollisii t 5706 intends Clerk of County, N0T A C o E r J 0 ^^, TENT,0N T0 MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN OIINTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE JACOR Si.FFKK, I '< %  eased. NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have rued my rit al report and petition for Mnal Discharge ns Kxeeutrlji of the of Jacob Soil,,-, deceased; and %  on the l day of Dec, Ift.-.ft will l>l>ly to Hi. II :. w. IUI.ANIII.V County Judge of Dnde O Florida, for approval of an id | %  -' %  • %  : ""' 'or rinal dlschan R *,?" utr x "I fhe %  Jacob ,!,., eased. This 19th da] of October, I %  MILTON A. ER.Euffi. S OF1 eyn ild Bids Miami, Florida Attorney for Executrix of the ol JACOB si 'IPER, I II 3-10-17-21 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 9 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVBN that !;: i ;::::^ :: i: :": il '.' i s ir i "'"^ia K e h in CHARON Bj Maur... President. 10-17-21 12 i INC of MIAMI BEACH fe. Levin son IV -r7n T M E B Y PUBLICATION v \v, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT •Miit'm I POR u ,,: COUNTY FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY, No! Sl ^ 1 '^v, l ',-'^ A : l z Plaintiff, NS. ^ KATZ, Defendant TO: FRANK KATZ, defendant. en,, V hereby required to serve a OOPJ of yomAnswer to (he Hill of U",", 1 '•','•'!! '.'""A Ph^ntlffs attorney ,',' '^; • KOVNKR. 420 l.i„,„i, Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and I file the original In the office of'the cierii of the ( ircult Court on or before vTll'T 7V 5 l950: "'h-*'"said Ih will be taken as confessed by vou Dated: this day of November 150 B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR, 11/10-17-24 12/1 1 "' l Uly Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ _, NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that theundersigned, desiring to engage In •H.ii.ss under the fictitious nan,,, of RAMOS and his RUMUEROH at G949 Abbott Avenue, Miami Beui h, Florida, intends t., register said the i' • : i. of th County, Florida. HAROLD KANE Ow m r I! '10-17-24 12 I name with Ul t Of I '.ill. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN .HE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA, IN AND I iR DADE IN CHANCERY, No. RIAOI %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „-_,_„ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKUY GIVEN that iSlli!!?*f ,, 5 wd *alrlnji to engage In •"Jit," 1 fictitious HI ,.i HOTEL MORRIS at 1390 Ocean Drive, ..i e S. cn %  '". intends p, register said name with the Clerk of Florida'' CO '"' t f Dftde COnn'y. .• %  .x-.i.i'/ %  V ""tIt'S WACIIlloLDHR GENET A (1ENET, E8QS. ii i"i'',"r •.'"' A PP |loB nt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Vt W A 'NTED SHOP at 22 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Florida totend to register said name t lerk of the Circuit Court < OUnty, Florida LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, deshitu; t., ,.n .,. ,,, ftn£% \'!"' rr ""' fictitious nan,., of MORRIS HOTEL al 1390 Ocean Drive, -Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register sani name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plot i GENET & M 8gx^T.^S C 0 H S H LDER Attorney tor Applicant with ih. of Dade GENE M. BOENINGER MAX t „S9gg a ''"^ Attorney for applicants 922 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 11/17-24 12/1-8 iv • 1 N ( ? TICE BY PUBLICATION i-i %  •VVx'.";' 1 1 1 COURT OF THE -'•'••\''•.-> I", JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No, MAE HEDL VND, Plaintiff, vs T,V^^i,riiE,d N XX,V' f '''' lil 11 DEPENDANT: You are required t.. serve a com v Answer to the Bill ol ComPlaint upon plaintiff's attorney, MORTON ROTAENBERCI 120 Lincoln '" %  l M %  i Beuch, Florida, and rile the ..i Iglnal in the office ..f the Clerk ol the Circuit Court on ot December 1:: 1931 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undi r the ri titious name ot ','..,'.-•'. '"'" Departmi nl St i MIO N. \\. 62nd Street, Miami, i [da. Intend to n glst< r said name v. th the i lerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JACOB PCLVER JULIUS KE8DEN MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tne undersigned, desiring to ens business under the rictltlous names of AA Porter Serv and A.\ Rug Furniture Cleaners at MI S. \V. sth Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Co in of Dadc >unty. Florida. ABRAHAM ALECHMAN Hole Owner SIDNEY ROBBIN8 Attorney tor Applicant 801 N. E. 2nd Avi u Miami, Plot ds II I1-10-17-24 Bil wilt bi t..k A.D, i:. it da mfessed b; of Novell NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that uned, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of ik i. iiiors at i]4:' N. \v. 3rd Avenue, register said name with the !,: '•>" %  circuit Court of Dade |Mty, Florida. Fl a IRBNCB SCHWARTZ Sole owner 1/10-17-21 12/ 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN'111. I is HEREBY GIVEN that 'id. desiring to engage in '""• %  ."'I'T the fictitious nan f Export Company (not Inc.) 18J .\ i: JOth Terniee. Miami %  i.in. Intends to register said name Pin the i lerk of the Circuit Court Bde County, Florida. t JACOB I.EV1NGTON BRICK & SHAPIRO porney, ,,„ Applloant Unroh Road li-24 12 l-S SAV1ANO r vs .I'.SI.I'IIIN:: KAVIANO Hefendant. I" J' "SEPHINE HAVI VNl I i. c, V • %  a COI1 .,. N ,T I 9, E BY PUBLICATION ,-, .A'.-v' ', IT J-'OURT "F THE P tor [ilvon thi plaintiffs l l IA KNTH .IF IAL CIRC1 r :'. and to the original answer in th. of the ( 'lerk of the Circuit C before the day .if i'. \ i. i95o; othei t for DI ton riled herein, will be taken as confessed by you, Dat.-.t at Miami, Plot Ida, this the day of Nov.. iir," K. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida. (circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W STOCKING, Deputy ( ;. i ;, FRIEDMAN, Plaintiff, tlds., Miami, Fla. OP FLORIDA, IN AND Fl IR BADE ^ %  '.'l-NTV. — IN CHANCERY, No, HERBERT L1PKIND. Plaintiff, vs. DORIS COLODNY LIPKIND, Defendant TO: DORI8 COLODNY LIPKIND, I Lf.tidant o Mary Oolodny 2224 South Highland Avenue I.os Angeles 10, California You at.hereby notified that a Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you arc required to serv.a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Turk ALNewman. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 25th day of November, I9. r >0. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will he taken against vou for tho relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ifi day of October, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. I'lorida. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk 11/3-10-17-24 MILTON \ Attorney for 1023 Seybold 11/10-17-24 1-"1 NEATIIERMAN, f the C It i 111 it. II. ItlCE, JR, 11 17-24 12 1-8 CREDITORS JUDGE'S id ItT DADE COCXTY, PROBATE, No i-i Dld'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW 11 '• is HEREBY GIVEN that ned desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of !•• in atessen and Luncheon"•I 1K6 S. \\\ sth Street, West ''' Florida, intends to register [J 'in', with the Clerk of the Circuit "" of had,County, Florid.-,. HAItoLD SHAFFER -'•MAN ,\ ROSEN orneys tor Applicant • 4 il-s-ig T N T I 9, E BY PUBLICATION Ell-\il,o',' l IT COCRT OF THE h.'iVV, -'CDICIAL C1RCCIT "oiM-rv ,A IN ANn FOR DAIJE •l>. — IN CHANCERY, No. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sunbeam Fashions al 860 East list Street, Hlaleah, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade. County, Florida. ROYAL TOGS. INC. By DAVID L. BKOP, President JOSEPH W. MALBK Attorney for Royal Togs, Inc. 3."fl Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/3-10-17-24 street. P"*'yn, New York [v.,,''''""Ired to serve a copv L.ur answer or pleading to the |w< Divorce on the plaintiffs atlilta.i ''I'' ""' ornrinsj answer ', ," 1 !In the office of the Clerk ""ill Court on or before u3 ol December. A. D. 1950; "'" Bill of Complaint tor will %  lit-,.. I % %  **" '*'" 111.I 111 K„ heretofore filed herein, b.C„,l ''''"llfess y y,„|. Id,,, v Mtam .'' "orlda, this ".' oi ,\n\ ember, 1950. s the B B. LEATHERMAN, lerk of the Circuit Cut t i 'tide County, Florida. s,a|) '" WM. W. STOCKING, A FRIEDMAN**" 1 C C, k ia.i 71 „ Pla| ntlf;, "Ulldlng, Miami, Fla. Bcult |Tt i\ 1 ••-I 12 1-8 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FIX>RIDA. — IN PROBATE. No. 25003. In Re: ESTATE OF LOUIS" WEINKLE. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having; Claims or I>emands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of vou, may have against the estate of LOUIS WEINKLE, deceased. late of MIAMI BEACH. DADE County, Florida, to the Hon W. F Bl,ANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County. I'lorida, 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 !"• sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred, Bee Section 140 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date November 1st, A D, 1080. CARL WEINKLE, As Executor of the Last Will and Testami nl of LOUIS WEINKLE, I I,•, eased. WA8MAN, WEINKLE .\KESSLBR 346 Seybold Bldg. Attorneys tor Bxt cutor 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRi'l'IT Col'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 136282. CHAIM SHEPSEL ORI'SKY, Plaintiff, vs. TILLY GRUSKY, Defendant, TO: TILLY GRUSKY, US Bedford Ave Brooklyn. New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce ou the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the L'M h da\ of November, A.D. if.'.ri: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 26 day .if Oct., 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the i llrcult Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Courl Seal) By: WM, W. STOCKING, Deputs Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attornev for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Florida 11/3-10-17-24 NOTICE TO IN THE c, U'NTY IN AND FOR .ORIDA. IN In Re: ESTATE I IF MARY II. ADELMAN Decca To All I and All Pi I oi II. Ing l 'l.nlns 01' I '. man.I\ : %  Estate: V'.II. and e.,,h of you, at .• h, i, |,j i and i..|nii..l to pi.s,nt an'. claims and demands which y eith.i,,i you, may have against the estate ol MARY B. Al IELMAN, .1. cased, late of Miami, Dade Count' Florida to the Hon. W. F. Blnmoii, 1 ity .lii.lu.of I tade I lounl a nd li!" the same in his office in the County Com th..us.• in Dade I Florida, Within eight calendar months from th. date .,f the first publl hereof, said claims or demands to oontain the legal address ol the i lalmant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or name will be b Si I Section 120 of the 1933 Probate At D.it.. November I I, A.D. 1950 (Signed) NATHAN ADELMAN, As Administrator of the Estate ol Mary B. Adelman, Deceased. ARONOVITZ ARONOV1TZ Attorneys for Administrator of the Estate of Mary B. Adelman, Dec'd. 1! 17-21 12 l-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I business umli r th. fi. tltio ;.%  • EMBASSY BEST LCRANT til COLLINS AVE., .MIAMI itEA il name I I (>WRI BER1CK ,s SHA 120 I.in RESTAI BANT, IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious ns of WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 2211 N, E. Tilth Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida II. F. GOLDBERGER ELEANOR GOLDBERGER iwners MAX R SILVER Attorney for Applicants 922 Beybold Bldg. Miami. Florida 11/17-24 12 SEITLIN t COMPANY I* PERSONAL J — AND f 7M COMMERCIAL I ^U COVERAGES %  PHONE 9-3836 I N. c. and T. MIAMI a. rLA^f NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Col'RT OF THE ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRi'l'IT OF FI/OltlDA, IN AND POR DADB COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136369. II Y.MAN SHINS, Plaintiff, vs. LBE SHINS. DefrndHnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mrs. Lee Shins C 0 Shapiro 221 South 15th Street Allentown. Pennsylvania You, Lee Shins, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has l.e.-n filed against you, and you arc required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Joseph Ft Gans, :it> Beybold Building, Miami. Florid... and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bef the 30th day of November. 19".0. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the i.lief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each w.ek f..i tour consecutive weeks In The .i.wlsh Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. this 30th day of October, A.D l:.:.". E. H. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit court. Dade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) B) WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. JOSEPH II. GANZ At tome) tor Plaintiff n :t-i" i7-:i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eni business under the fictitious name ..f Bill's Grill al 2018 N. W, 1st intend tr, register said name with the clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SOL POLAND HELEN POLAND MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney tor Applicants Seybold Bldg. 11 t-10-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Tin: i'. .IN rv .it i.. ;i: s r IN AND FOR DADE col RIDA. IN PROBATE. 249 I In R. i:s .'A'n: t IF MI IRRIS It. LEVIN, othei known as M R. LEVIN, Deceased To All Credit >i s and All Pel mint li vIng Claims %  • I t Said i : tte: You. and ... h of you, at •• It notified and reqult ed to pri claims and Which J either of you, n..r. ha i • %  again i • ..f MORRIS R. LEVIN, own ...\l i: LEVIN, de. eased late of WORCESTER County, .\i.-to the Hon W F. BLANTt N, I! .lodge of Dade County, and fl e l same m his office In the C Courthouse in Dade County, F within eight calendar months the date of tl ibllcation In Bald claims or demands to CO the bgai address % %  < the clalmat I t., be SWom P. and presented as afot said, or same will lie barred. See tion 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. I ..it. 1 i.t, .he: Jlgt, A I i 1950 ELRY STONE, As Ancillary Admlnistratoi C.I \ of the Estate of MORRIS R LEVIN, otherwise known as M. R, LEVIN. Decea ELRY STt INE Attorney tor Estate ..f Morris R. L.vin. otherwise known as M. R. Levin, Deceased. li 3-10-17-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COCRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/iRIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 131.895. MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH, Defen.unit. SUIT FOR DIVORCE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: BTANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH ADDRESS I'NKNt IWN YOU, STANLEY ARNOLD SEW1TCH. are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce lias hern tiled against you, in.i \..u are required to serve a copy . 19S0. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. I ..nl,. -OIIHD F ida (Circuit Court Seal) Bj WM, W. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 921 Beybold Building Miami. Florida 11/3-10-17-21 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AAA Transfer and Rug Cleaning at 111 N. E. 6th Street. Miami, Floii.la. intend to register said name .with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RALPH B1RSCH MAI'RICB BIRSCH 11/3-10-17-24 12,1 the plaintiffs attorneys: KAPLAN DIETZ ALASKY, whose address is ISO Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original answer or pleading In th.Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before the 1st. day of December, 1950. if you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the r.-iief demanded in the Bill of Complaint, This notice shall be published once each We.-k for f..ur BSCUtlVe weeks In the Jewish l-'l.n i.lian. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida DONE and ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 80th dav of October A.D. I960. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i 'Ircult court, Dade c>unt v. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By It. H RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. KAPLAN. DIETZ & LASKY Attorneys for Plaintiff .1.10 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 11/3-10-17-34 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 1ITII jrniclAI, CIRCUIT IN AND POR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No, 136442. CLAIRE RABINOWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. RUBIN RABINOWITZ, Hefendant. TO: RUBIN RABINOWITZ 8S9 SOUTHERN Bl IULEVARD BRONX N Y Yi >U are requlri l :> serve B of ) ..in answer 1 %  the Bill of c plain! tor l n\ orce on the Plain I Attorney and t.. file thi ansn er In the i Ifflta of thi the Circuit Court on or befor. 30 das of November, 1950: otherw the Bill of Complaint for I 'I heretofore tiled herein will be ,.s confessed to you DATED al Miami. Florida, CM* I day of November, n B. B. LEATHERMAN, Ci.rk of the Circuit Coil. t. I tads < '<>iint \, Florida. • Circuit Cent Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. Name and address of Plaintiffs Solicitor: Ml'RRAY GOODMAN !"14 Olympla Building Miami Florida. 11/3-10-17-24 .''



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1950 *-Jenisi)fhricfter Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Hirsch, 2611 S.W. 7th Ave are spending the Thanksgiving weekend in Nassau Dr. and Mrs Stanley E. Schwartz of Long Island are vacationing at the Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. Dr. Schwartz is resident surgeon at Queens General Hospital. During their stay the Schwartzes are being entertained by Mrs. Schwartz' brother-in-law and sister, Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk oi Miami Beach. On Tuesday evening the visitors were hosts at a cocktail party at the Delano. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs A J Goodrich of New York. Mrs. Goodrich is private secretary to Governor Dewey, and her husband is tax collector for the state of New York. Spending a two-week vacation in Miami is Mrs. Laurence Tanenbaum of New York. For one week she will be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Keilson, 2252 S.W. 22nd Terr The remaining week she will stay with her husband's parents Zn*?MtM%TLlT nhaum 152 Marseilles Drive H Marilyn Frank ^ M JW ,^*** i Betrothal Told Mr and Mrs. Abraham Werman, 1301 Alton oad, Miami I Mr. and Mrs. Sid Franklin. MiBeach, had a surprise visit from their eldest son, Gustave G ;irr Bcach announce the engage| Werman of Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Ruth M. Reiter of Washington, D. C, is spending a two-week vacation with Miss Doris J. Klein, 200 S.W 19th Ave While in Miami, Miss Reiter, who is first vice president of District Five B'nai B'rith Young Women and recording secretary of Frances Y. Slanger Chapter, BBYW, Washington, will preside lover an executive committee meeting for all district officers [committee chairmen and Greater Miami chapter presidents. PAGE 7 A Engagement Announced Betrothal of Miss Renee Waldorf to Albert Levy has been revealed by her mother, Mrs. Hyman Y. Waldorf, 3002 N.W. 7th Ave., and the late Mr. Waldorf. Mr. Levy is the son of the Isaac Levys, 2312 North Miami Ave. Both Miss Waldorf and her fiance are graduates of Miami High School. ment of their daughter, Marilyn Barbara, to Stanley A. Robins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robins of Warren, Ohio, and Miami Beach. A graduate of Whitficld School, the bride-elect attended the University of Miami, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Her fiance attended Ohio State and the University of Miami, where he was president of Phi A 7 !n% a w ri, %l il i neSS Qt M Unt Sinai %  ** Alex HarrilEpsilon^i SUSSR ison, 710 S.W. 12th Ave., is recuperating at the home of his : Ison-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg, 2900 IS.W. 16th St. — %  Mr. and Mrs. David Friedman have returned from an expended tour of Israel. Mr. Friedman is honorary president of the |Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers' Association Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Wohlstadter of Brooklyn, N. Y., Ihave arrived to spend the winter in Miami Beach. The Wohl|stadters are the parents of Mrs. Harold Turk The bris of Steven Joel Lasky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester ILasky, was held last Thursday at the home of his parents. The |Bev. Philip Fried officiated. West Palm Beachite Frank U. Bayer is spending a month New York. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold M. Greenfield, 1040 03rd St., Bay Harbor, announce the birth of a son, Charles Danton, born November 14 at Mount Sinai Hospital. The mother is the former Ruth Wolkowsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolkowsky of this Wjr. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Charles Greenfield of Miami each. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner and daughter, Lee, have reined from a vacation in New York City and Richmond, Va. -H Mis. Ethel Shochet has returned to the city after spending be summer in the North. Sisterhood To Mark Beth David Day Wednesday, November 29, has been designated Beth David Day. In honor of the occasion the sisterhood will sponsor card parties at the homes of individual members. In addition, there will be a joint congregation affair that night for members and friends. The sisterhood has set up a gift shop at the synagogue for Chanuka. Offered for sale at the shop are traditional Chanuka items. I Planning a December 24 wedding is Miss Marcia Ann Roffeld. whose engagement to Abraham Seiderman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Seiderman, 1244 S.W. 5th St., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roffeld, 136 S.W. 17th Court. She is a graduate of Miami High School. Mr. Seiderman attended schools in New York. Renee Waldorf Israelite Center to Seat Leaders Israelite Center and its Sisterhood will hold a joint installation It the center, 3198 S.W. 24th prr., on Sunday evening, December 17. Dinner and entertaine scheduled. In charge of arrangements for W event are C. Fidelman. chairf a n. Mr and Mrs. E. Katz, Mrs. !•_• inkelstein, Mrs. A, Dechowitz, s JKeklman, Murrav Parks, m Sandier, A. Basin. M. Aaron. Rita Ross Selected Rita Ross was selected the girl "with the most oo la la" at the Miami Young Zionist District's "French Night" Saturday at the Shelborne Hotel. The organiation will hold its next meeting on Thursday, November 30, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. May We Suggest Wyner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 Talent Show Planned An all-star talent show will be presented at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, on Wednesday, November 29, at 7:15 p.m. Students will appear in a series of variety acts and sketches. Sorority Will Sponsor Card Party Monday Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami will sponsor its first annual card party at the Sherry-Frontenac Hotel. Mondav, November 27, at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will be contributed to the Cerebral Palsy Association. Co-chairmen of the event are Mrs. Paul Furman and Mrs. R. Zion. Tickets may be purchased from any of the Phi Sigma Sigma alumnae or at the door. Hold Membership Tea Winx Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls held its annual membership tea Sunday afternoon, November 4, at the home of Ernice Weinkle. 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS L CAL HAULING & PACKING '• WITHER 1 t j.it J£_ WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA L O N G DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES fff N.E. 1* Ave. Ph. 3-2667 ""AMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Nurse Tells How Hadacol Was So Helpful To Her Supplied Vitamins B', B 2 Iron and Niacin Which Her System Lacked tal to help maintain good health and physical fitness. Why These Vitamins and Minerals Come In Liquid Form There's a very good reason why HADACOL comes in special liquid form. 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FBID AY. NOVEMBER 24, 1950 Roth Is Chairman Of Academy Dinner Declaring that the need for h leaders in America has never been so great as today. Miami Beach Councilman Burnett H„th acceptetd the chairmanship of the annual Hebrew Academy dinner. The affair, which is the largest fund raising activity of the orition, will be held Sunday evening, January 14, at Temple Beth Sholom. Prominent leaders in Jewish communal life are expected to attend. Pointing to World War II in which thousands of potential Jewish leaders both here and abroad lost their lives. Councilnun Roth said, "The Hebrew Academy is one of the few Institutions, not only in southeast*JetfistifhrKfiar? Sholom Women To Repeat Futuristic Fashion Show B-VaE? an !'Sement of Temple Sti? few" Si !L erh >d's Futuristic Fashion Show will takp ftlnn CdneSda J' Member?, at 8 3o p. m ln the temple banque t CC ,'. dlnK to an announcement by Mrs. Hyman S. Kaplan S5&. 01 the gioup s h -< : "The show made such a tremendous hit at our tea on KZV^ bc : l Stained u,,. rv.ipian in her announcement, I • .ona r. mat it has been decided to give of welcome by Mrs a repeat performance and invite Horwitz, sisterhood' Gables Women To Sponsor Bazaar The second annual week-lone bazaar of the Cora. Gables Jew? £h Sisterhood will open Sunday, November 26. with an all-day carnival tor children with movies, games and entertainment. Luncheon and dinner will be served, and a brownie troop wil] be h ty prov.de baby sitters. On Monday, November 27 at 8:la p.m. the sisterhood will mark !.; f. e !" nd bir day. After word., Morris B. president. PAGE 1 1 A AHmi aS W e as women, to see it." j Herbert Gelernter," congreua me^ndVln be un il( m of President, and HerSSHBtaJ meichandise m toys, groceries and Vlc e president. Rabbi Morris A miscellaneous categories which Skop will invoke the bless ngs t hhd !" I d .f th 0, -8ani Z ation' s | a candlelighting cereniony Rabb" r.l h n U f ba i a c ar t0 be "eld on feon Kronish will speak, and Mrs December 4 and 5. : rw.n Weinstein will lead the ce£ Assisting with the show on j £'' C £ 1T in Palestinian songs. Wednesday evening are the Mesi f? rs Ed ar Mi 'ler is in charge of dames Louis Gidney, Ralph Roblhe aff air. K C J 1C |k tC r K, 0ne • Alox S,, aus. „ On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m the Edward Dokson William Masur Coral Gables Jewish War Vet! and Benjamin Seidler. Ierans will sponsor a quiz program wrui'en ^JT* G "' dstri ^ has for children. Canned goodbrotJS Ziinh K S C '. npt f the show t0 thc Sun day school by the chilhv M,s M T'l n a,Tate assisted dlen wi permit th em to partic ^* >Jeal Kara Pauline and pate in the preliminaries. Ten Herman Pried will furnish the boys and ten girls will be selected musical accompaniment The cosfor the finals. JWV honor guard tumes were designed Theodore Reisler. by Mrs. Burnett Roth em Florida, but throughout the nation, that offers a scholastic program blending a curriculum of progressive American and secular training with intensive Hebrew studu "Residents of Greater Miami and particularly Miami Beach can be proud of the part that they are playing in molding future [ Jewish leaders in America who will be a credit not only to our [faith but to the nation." Located at 918 6th St.. Miami [Beach, it is the first all-day academy in the Southeastern region of the United States. The Hebrew Academy is a nonprofit community project sponsored and supported solely by Private contributions and some of }ne best known Hebrew and English educators are on its staff. Burdine's Elects Officers. Directors Officers and directors of Burdine's Inc.. were re-elected Monday at meetings in the company's Flagler St. building. W. M. Burdine. namesake of his father who founded the store before the turn of the century, was re-elected chairman of the board. At the annual stockholders' meeting, the 10 directors were named to another term. They include Burdine. B. H Blakey, H. F. Cordes, F. B. Cresap. Frank Peterson, Jr., M. Luther Mershon, A. C. Read, Allen IH. Salvesen. Rowland D. Saundcrs, and George E. Whitten. Immediately after the stockholders' meeting the directors met and elected the following officers, in addition to Burdine: President. Whitten; executive vice president and general manager. Cordes; executive vice president, Cresap; vice presidents, Blakey, Saunders, Peterson and Salvesen: secretary-treasurer, C. Robert McBrier. All were re-elected, except that McBrier last year was treasurer and assistant secretary, with Cordes serving as secretary. SUNRAY8MX HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM roe REST. cowvALesceiKi AMD CHRONIC CUCi IIS IW. JO~ COURT lAMl-n QR1QA ...111 ., •/ £"1U win open the ceremony with the presentation of colors. Free movies at 8 p.m. will be the chief attraction at the bazaar on Wednesday. Thursday night's feature will be a hoe-down dance. Leonard VV oilman, local recreation leader, will emcee and call the dances. Crusty Drybread and the La Gorce Trio will provide the music. Prizes will be awarded for the outstanding square dance costume. On Friday at 8 p.m. Rabbi Skop will conduct a special Chanuka service. The Miami Daily News Youth Round Up Unit. "Miniature Manhattan," a revue with a cast of 20 talented children under the direction of Arthur Simon, will be presented at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Climax of the bazaar will be dedication of the center's newclassroom annex at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. A special feature of the event will be the lighting of an eight-foot menorah. Chairmen of the bazaar are Mrs. Lee Elman and Mrs. Max Messer. The attraction at the Coral Gables Sisterhood's week-lonq bazaar on Thursday night. November 30, will be a hoe-down dance. Shown prachcing for the event are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cromer dancing under the arch formed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberq. Mrs. Rosenberg is chairman of the dance. TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE. — M. B. RE-OPENING — THURSDAY NOV. 23 — 4 P.M. Phone for Reservations—5-6651 5-4907 Air Conditioned—Erwin and Louise Frishnet AS LOW AS] MTUBT MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. lASt WORRY About Your AC %  FOOD '-ovplete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS nter,a innienl and all other •Us arranged for your**"!£ %  £ informal affairs Nl PHONE 3-5463 a TS S UN ^8 S e &H L D S WttMBBl I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 LoZito. popular string artist, opened Wednesday night at Bill Jordan's Bar of Music. 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PfflDAV, NOVEMBER 24, 1950 Fox Renamed Head Of Young Israel Louis L. Fox was re-elected I president of Young Israel Synaeoeue of Miami Beach at a recent meeting of the congregation. Also re-elected to office were wph Zcmel. first vice president; I Nathan Ginsburg, second vice Ipresident; Solomon Lobel, treasurer: and Martin Lazar, secretary. I Plans are now being formulated Ifor the group's second annual inEallation banquet. Hebrew Teachers to Meet The Greater Miami Hebrew %  Teachers' Association will hold a Ispecial meeting at Kneseth Israel |on Saturday, November 25, at 8:30 p.m. PAGE II B Executive Breakfast Slated For Sunday The monthly executive breakfast of Tropical Lodge, B'nai Bnth, will be held at Rosedale Restaurant on Sunday, November 26, at 10:30 a.m., according to an announcement by Sam Kessler president. Irving Friedman, chairman of the "Lest We Forget" radio series will discuss this project. Alvin Budner will preside. Will Sponsor Dance Tri Beta Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center will sponsor the weekly Tuesday night teen-age dance at the center on November 28. All teen-agers in the community are invited to attend. Judge Oka To Speak Judge Kenneth Oka will address the members of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at i their luncheon meeting Tuesday, November 28, at 12:15 p.m.. at I !" e Hearth Restaurant, 1549 Washington Ave. Judge Oka will tell of the human interest stories arising out of every day cases of litigation. Sisterhood Plans Tea Sisterhood of the Northside Jewish Center will sponsor a membership tea at Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St., on Wed., November 29 at 8:30 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ,v ,!?£7 ,CE BY PUBLICATION IN I III-. CIRCUIT COURT nP TIIK I ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— | Games Party Slated TOA^CA^R^JX.K RUTH I Sisterhood of the North Shore -'' A !-'! -' "•'•'""•"" Jewish Center will sponsor a fund-raising games party at the National Hotel on Tuesday, November 28, at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will go toward the maintenance of the Hebrew and Sunday schools. Mrs. Jack Pritt is chairman of the event. KEY PERSONALITIES AT MOMENTOUS NATIONAL PLANNING CONFERENCE The greatest conference ever held in this Kounlry to assure the future of Israel—the National (Planning Conference for Israel and Jewish Rehabilitation—wound up its historic deliberations in Washington. D. C with unanimous adoption of an Unprecedented four-point program calling for one billion dollars in aid to the Jewish Slate in the next fliree years. In addition to emphasizing the need Fr an intensified United Jewish Appeal, the Conference also endorsed a proposed bond is6ue. urged American grants-in-aid and called for increased private investments to help Israel achieve economic Belf-sufficiency. Outstanding American and Israeli leaders who addressed the extraordinary four-day preference included (top, left to right): Benjamin PBrowdy. president of the Zionist Organization Pi America; Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snyder; Eliezer Kaplan, Israel's Minister of Finance, and Henry Morgenthau. Jr., general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. (Lower left): Berl Locker, chairman, Jerusalem Section, Jewish Agency for Palestine; Levi Eshkol. treasurer, and Mrs. Golda Myerson, Israel's Minister of Labor. (Lower right): Jacob Blaustein. president of the American Jewish Committee; Julian B. Venezky. chairman of the United Jewish Appeal's National Campaign Cabinet, and Rudolf G. Sonneborn, board chairman of the United Palestine Appeal. The Conference also voted to raise S50,000.000 in cash for the United Jewish Appeal before the end of 1950 to speed the transfer to Israel of homeless Jews facing emigration deadlines in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. get the honest full quart! get Clicquot Qub (Pronounced KUEK-O) QCt inO(& Of the finest Fina flavor-oatd gingsr oU .. livmlier iparkling wcrhtr ... and 4 ounces mors than many o-called "bkj" bottle*. Yoor bt buy! Bottled and Dist. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES 1 20SS N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami bu> wax* y*i rim. '{raniimn Unt^m* ** rtabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVBN t li.it tli„ undersigned, desiring to engage it: H under the fictitious name of Elgin Vacuum Stores at n.M \v. Street, lnt< lids to n name with the Clerk • %  ( tinC Coun i>f Dade County Florida, MARVIN I.. ZANK Sole owner U/U 12 l-S-13 N'I IT1CE Is hereby given that the undersigned has sold the assets of BELL CARBONIC CO., and the name SELL CARR< >NIC to JACOB TALLES The undersigned is not hi any way connected with the business being •onducted by JACOB TAI.I.F.s .1ACB CARIlnXli' WORKS or BELL CARBONIC. %  WILLIAM LIEBERMAN BELL CABBONICCO. l!v s WILLIAM MKIIKRMAN W1U.IAM UKBKHMAX President 11 -? &f TO: KITH CABRA c 11 LERi >v 1IAKES 12 WALTER AVE HICKSVILLE. I.. I.. N. Y. You are hereby notified that a suit rov a divorce has been brought against '" 1 .• above styled and you are hereby required to serve a 1 iopy -,• your answer to the Mill of Complaint %  "I I'lalntirfs attorney, and to file the original answer in the Office of the rJ erl L 0 V ne Circuit Court on or before the .'0 day „r December 1950, othei wise, a decree pro oonfesso may be entered against you DATED, Nov. 81, 1950 E. B. LBATHERMAN, Cleric of Circuit Court (Circuit Conn seal) By WM \v. STOCKING, MURRAY GOODMAN """'">' Cl "* Attorney for Plaintiff au Olympia i:iilldlng Miami. Florida 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that derslgned, desiring to ens buslm ss under the rictitlou Adams Hotel al 2030 Park Ave Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register sakl name with the 1 "lei k 1 Ill-cult Court of Dade County, Flo KEVMl '1'R II KOI I IRWIN E. KOTT 11 :i 12 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN t ned, di sh Ins to • ngagi business under the flel tlou or Valet al 135 ?lsl Stn Bi ai h, Flo] Ida, reglstei said nan %  ith tin of tile I 'ilollit CoUI'l ol I 1 ide • % %  V.: Florida. WM. 11. WEISS II 21 12 l-S-15 %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai the uu di %  Ins huslni s.-. under the flctitl Bay Shoi e To irlat C irt it 1 i"i N. K losth Bl Intend to reals 11 1 with the 1 "lei k of the Circuit '• %  Dade County, Florida. RKOKRK WERNU and DORIS WERNLI MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN .s. bol Attorneys f"i Applicants II 21 12 l-S-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undei signed, desiring to eng business under the fictitious nan 1 Byer Furnli in Company al 2199 N. W :tth Street, Miami, Florlil t" registi %  said name w Ith thi 1 of the Cli lit 1 Jourt of Dade County Florida. ANNE BYER MORTON ROTHENBERR Attorney II 21 12 1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undel signed, desiril business undi r the of I'lastli 1: 1 •'ii .%  H1 Miami, 1 with the Clerk nl Circuit Court of Dade County, Fl '.1 CATHY CORI'., INC., FREDA i: RARVY, Pi • MORTON ROTHENBERR Attorney 11 21 12 1-8-13 NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE IN THK CIRCL'IT COL'RT OF TIIK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT IX AND FOR I".\|iK COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No 188580, GABLES PRESERVES INC., P 1 GABLES CANNING COMPANY INC., Defendant. Notice Is hereby given that In cor da nee with the final decree 1. fore entered in thai %  • %  Man pending in the Circuit Court 0 El. v< nth Jud .,' circuit ol 1 wherein Rabies Preserves In la plaintiff and Cablet I 'annlng c inc. is defendant, being chancer) No 13*530, the MI. oe signed, .,.. in Chancer> will sell al public auction for cash to the highest and beat bidder al the south dooi of the County Court House in Miami, L>adi County, Florida, on the 27th d November, 1850, between the ot 11 :00 A.M. and 2:00 P M the following described goods and chattels, to-wit: :; 50-gal. -t. steel ketl 1 2 40-gal, aluminum Kettles 1 1 aluminum kettle, 1 80-gal. 1 • % % %  ,.. kettle, 1 100-gal. copper kettle, 1 50-gal. copper kettle, 2 20-gal. 1 ipper kettle--. 1, I-gal. st. st.ei bucke s, 2tt-gal. st. ste.i buckets, 4 5-gal. milk, cms, t 10-gal. milk cans I pourli table with conveyor, s wood 4'x8\ 2 st. st.-,.1 tables 4'xl2',2 l-hp. elec. motors, 1 5-hp. elei motor, 1 _-hp. elec. motor, 1 l'j-hp. elec. 1 'l reduction gears 1 double ws tank, 8 200-gal enameled lined tai 100-gal. copper lined tanks. 1 •_ %  wood tank. 1 100-gal. st, steel tank. 1 1000-g I oil • mk. I 300-gi v ttei lank. 25 i.gal %  tank. 1 slicer 1 mmer, 1 tomato 1 bean n*asher and blancner, 1 kumquat punching ma cr. 1 hydraulic press, 1 fruit 1 h and BIICI .". l peolci and sh machine, 1 Cndi I c. pew 1 it.. : adding mai hlne 1 l-d liung cabinet, 1 1-ci filing 1 ibinet, 2 d< -Ks. J su h el ch 1 Irs, 1 pel 1 • 1 stapling machine, 1 basket, trash cans 1 can op 1 exhausl fai a 2-bui n< hoi %  %  clock, 1 •' stepladdi 3 dell;,.-. 1 l-ton hand h< coi c-v ,: 2 3' pa Idles, ; in, i,t. 1 steam pump, 38' ol %  • 1 dippers cab pan 1! pore 'lain pan I wood I• h • \ I", Btl • %  : cent fixtures; pl|H \i renchi %  *aws, • irch and other small hand and _. 1 ,n Hade ll Flo Ids Vl\ ION B Rl'THERF >RD Spi -id Mastel :i *' .: .1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN %  Ru-EI il Lin [Urn Florida, Into nd* to registi name w Ith the • lerk of t he 1 Court of Made County, Flo I.I i:i:.V CORPORATION a Florida con*. Bj : HEN SILVER P • RE< iRfiE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. 120 1. nci 'in Road Florida for Applicant II 21 12, 1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN the undel -iindi • fictltlou 1 %  ih Street Miami Beach, Fkii Ida, :, • % % %  %  \ n ime n Ith the thi Circuit Court ol 1 Floi da DR. ISADi IRE II HHOl'LSi "N %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT c ni:r 1 >F THE ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCCIT, IN AND FOR DADE COCNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N 136713 FRED P1ERSON, former!) known as Ii:i:i 1 PIESBAI "H. Pis EMMA PIKSBACH, Defi Vur. EMMA PIESBACH unkitou n, are hi 1 • %  : notified th Hill ,.f i "om is been filed against you, ami you .1 lp serve a copy ol \ Pleading t" the Bill "f Co the plaintiff's Rttorne; MAN 1: SILVER, 922 s. % %  bold 11 Mia 11 Florida, I file the i Igi or Pie idlng In thi I 1 ,,f the Cli ill C irt on 01 i" foi • the 19th da) of 1 >i mber. 1930. I fall to do so, judgn defaull will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the liiil of Complaint. E, B, LBATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. %  Court Seal) 1: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MAN R. SILVER 922 Be} bold B llldlng Miami, Florida Attornej for Plaintiff I! L'l 12 l-8-la NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl ITICE IS HEREBY RIVEN I the undi li islness undei the flctitlou I.KSLIE Hi i'l'i:i. it No. 124! Ocea Drlvi Mia nl Beach F i.. register .lid pame -.v i' h the f the 1 t Court of Da 1 ISIDOR NCSSDORF RIC IRRE J. TAI.IAN' d'l ESQ. 12 1 Lincoln Roa 1 P Ida ,:il :: JI 12 l-s-lo ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridiem solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rales. Phone 2-1141 for me s s e nge r service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN the undi -i. I : %  v. %  and v:, \ v. ..' Fla., with 1 Hit of 1 '.ohI PHIL SATTENSTEIN 1: -'I 1-. 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY RIVEN that d< %  1. it undi %  hi fl tious name .>f ol'A LOCKA GATEWAY INN 1 I at 12,1 Op llvd., 1 >pa 1 1 I Intend nami the Clerk 1 Circuit Com t of 11 ide Ci int) Flo Ri iBERT 1.. HAMILTON • NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE hi ii: .1.. given that i. Steinberg ind June Morse, who formerly conducted a co-partnership under the firm nami of Lillian Custom Made Po-s al S.>0 Blni Miami Beach, have dissolved -hip. and that the said business will hi be conducted solely b 1. llan Bti nbi rg tl hei • b; notified that June Morse is :i" : ngi 1 nected with said businese and is not islble for any debts arising out ..' said business, and thai the said Lillian Sternbeig hi eb) aaaumes the debts ol the former partnership conducted bs them This NOTICE shall be publishe I once a week for a period of two weeks in the Jewish Kloridian. OERSHON S. MILLER Attorney fur Lilian Custom Made Dresses 311 JJmxiln Bond Miami Beach Fla. 11/17-24



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PAGE 2B FRIDAY. No VEHBER. Co-Operative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Mr. Ltobman, a member f the Nfw York Bar Assooianon, will noon begin his law pra<'tU'iin this area. Former director ill the economic commission of the Zionist inc.< zation, he has written ami lectured xti nslvely on Israel and Zionism He is a member • •! the national board ol the United Synagogue of America and la a member of the Miami Beai h Jewish Center. Mr. Liebman is program cha rman of the Ulaml Beach Zionist District.—THE KD1TOR. By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Since the aim of the kvutza is tc remove the "I" or ego orientation and to indoctrinate the "we" or group perspective, regimentation is inevitable. The questions that arise are: "Who administers the affairs of the kvutza and is there democracy in this form of living?" A work committee is elected annually by all the members of the settlement. It has complete authority and jurisdiction over the lives of the chaverim. In the early days, and at present in kvutzot that are young, all members know each other. With age and growth of a kvutza. elections, while still democratic, take on the hue of those in some larger American communities: cheques are formed and the average person may be only slightly familiar with the nominees A (mazkir) and .1 treasurer 1. bar) are the two highest officers, In Israel, as throughout Eu: a president is a figurehead, the .%  cr • iry being the real executive, In addition then are ii> legates t 1 the Kibbutz executive and Histadrut conventions. In most kvulz^t. tiie entire life centers about the hoder ohel (dininn hall). T. thn 1 day tile mi their mi rtown and visiting nces The re. on bull, tin ..:n lieu of a vegetable. the first two individual tin were brought, each with • about two inches and one-fourth inch thick. B a left-wing kvutza. mted the kashruths of the Ive i I 1 eat it without saying anything, contrary to' fl bSi rvance, Charles, my son. then 14 years, whispered in my ear, "Dad. this can't be kosher This is a Mapam kvutza." I than had no alternative and told him to go to thekitchen air the cook to givi us just the p and we would make a meal of and the tea that I 1. While ho was gone, our guide asked me what he was ge>ing I 1 do. I told her. Shi "All their meat is supplied by the nt and it is kosherslaughti red." I related this to Charles upon his return and he said, "Let it go. It will be emit I go back again" Theothers received tli.-ir plates I and meat but we still had nothj ing before us. I was becoming \ concerned and also hungry since was almost noon and we had last eaten at 5 a.m. Finally our plates were brought. We each received a fried egg. This very likely means nothing to the readers but tears welled in our eyes. Who in America cares about one egg more or less. In Israel, each egg is a gem. The chalutzim would not permit us to leave their table hungry. Better that two who toiled over a machine or lathe lose their ration of eggs than full hospitality not be afforded my son and me. When we left, they even refused. to accept a contribution for the communal treasury. I believe that the time has come for a re-appraisal of kvotzot and their privileges, subventions, grants, and economic libereties. Favored treatment must continue to be given to new and young settlements. I exclude them from these considerations. An unyielding soil requires cooperative eftort. Israel must have an entire ring of communal settlements about the periphery of its borders, not only to increase the agricultural productivity but also to act as military outposts and bastions of defense in the event of Arab : attack or marauding bands, Israel has no friendly neighbors. It is j subject to a cold war by the hosI tile Arab nations who, knowing I they cannot successfully attack, hope to bring about an economic debacle by causing a drain on Israel's economy through the support of military establishments. However, favored treatment must be curtailed tor the older and established kvutzot. Many of them are still indebted to the JNF and the Keren Hayesod and are well able to repay these loans. Afikim recently celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary and published its financial statement. According to "Inside Israel" from Tel Aviv it "caused universal nishment." It appears that the income per family was -"00 pounds—on which no income tax was paid. Privately owned farms — are subject to income tax—the privately owned farms of smallholders (and acinting tor about half of the %  cultural output) were not :ed by the Keren Hayesod ther public agency, Tnuva markets 70'; of all the pn duce in Israel, It is a coopei alive act.:. ,11 the kibbutzim. The price fixed t>n the sales includes an allowance' lor expansion of the kvutzot. Based upon a general index of 100 for all prices in Palestine in 1939. imported commodities rose to 400 but Kvutzot prices rose to 600. According to the Israel Economist (published in Jerusalem) building and industrial wages rose between 450 and 650 percent as against a rise of 800 percent in the "daily wages componet in the <.-t of the settlements' farm products." The Kibbutznik enjoys a higher standard of living than the city laborer. Israel and Israelis have a right to do what they please but they humans and suffer the same vices as othe-r peoples. They should be commended for underj going a greater austerity regime than* any other nation. A black! market, however, lias developed there. The following is reported factually and not to "smear." Two Kvutzot were recently fined for black marketing, one 1200 pounds and the other 1500 ponnds, the equivalent of S3300 and $4200 respectively and their treasurers imprisoned. A good deal of the illegal food operations stems from cooperatives and could not exist without them. I seek merely to remove the halo about them and the status -.1 "sancta" that is -ly applied by many well-meaning tourists. (Next week. I shall trace the influence of the Kvutzot on the labor movement in Israel and liuw it has set up patterns for tlic Histadrut.) The firs", war correspondent was Go erg.W. Kendall of the New Orleans Picaynne who covered the Mexican War. 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PAGE 4 A + J *i* *fhrJdiafi EDITORIAL We Must Not Fait A very critical financial problem confronts the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal today. The UJA must collect S50.000.000 in cash before the end of 1950 to avoid serious curtailments in the programs of immigration and rehabilitation in Israel, Europe and other parts of the world. Unless American Jews provide large sums of cash in the cominq weeks, immigration to Israel may have to be completely halted with very tragic results for tens of thousands of Jews who must be taken out of Eastern Europe and North Africa. If large-scale funds are not made available immediately, these Jews will be condemned to remain in lands where they suffer extreme poverty and persecution. In Iraq, for example, 30,000 Jews have relinquished their nationality and disposed of their possessions as required by their government prior to departure. Now they are faced with the prospect of remaining in Iraq, because the shortage of funds threatens the continuance of the airlift to Israel. In Tripoli, 15,000 Jews seek desperately to leave the country before it is turned over to Arab rule next year by the British military administration. In country after country, time is running cut, and Jews face the future with fear and uncertainty. Israel, meanwhile, must continue to provide for the reception, care and housinq of the tens of thousands of immiarants who reach its shores ecc:; month. The shortage of funds for housing materials has almost brought Israel's constrm I program to a halt. Tiie people of Israel are making heroic sacrifices to carry through their great program of human redemption; they must have immediate financial aid, so that the great achievements of the past months and years shall not be jeopardized. The UJA financial crisis has endangered the effective continuance of other phases of its worldwide program of immigration and redemption. Chanuka Every holiday has its special rfh some demand somethinq of snr,H -^ of Chanuka no such demands ~ 6 are child made, ren The Light That Must Not FailRelief and rehabilitation activities for hundreds cl thousands of Jews in Europe and North Africa, as well as aid to thousands of refugees coming to the United States, must be maintained without curtailment. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., general chairman of the UJA, has issued a very urgent plea to Jewish communities throughout the country to intensify the collection of all outstanding pledges, to borrow from their local banks and to obtain advance cash time for pure enjoyment. The "Chanuka gelt" and present* Chanukp candles cheer us ^SLT %  n S7 l he ,ews under ,he Mac L Chanuka has a universalize as vL^ specific note. Univewalisticallv it the triumph of weaker forces over JV* cal forces, but at the same time i. Inapplicability to Israel. When we liah" .1* and repeat the benediction about Go'-u!?'. miracles "in this season in former time-seems as if history has reversed itself Vl times and the latter times appear to cc Einstein's philosophical notions about of time and of parallel lines meetinq seen. more comprehensible. The victory of the ancient Ma-cabea.ii both a martial victory and a victory of J. The martial battle as far as IsraelVm. cerned is over, but the full battle IOMLJ not be won until all the refugees absorbed and Israel is economical son ensconced. Sacrifices for this battle ere sffll manded of us, but ours is the we have been given to see the greatei Ours has, indeed, been in that respec. generation. payments on me 1951 drive in ordertom the S50.000.000 that is desperately needed j* December 13. This is a situation which i the mobilization of all communal forces. critical cash situation of the United JewishJU underlines the basic importance of the !xe3 We feel confident that Jews everywhere til spond quickly and generously to mee; tbisd line. Selective Service Taps American Jewish Youth In Hechalutz Farms NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — The 1 mg arm of Selective Service has reached out to tap American Jewish youth preparing to help in the upbuilding of Israel and the number of pioneer traim I six Hechalutz (Pio) trainini in the Un Stati i as much as 30 percent since I tart of the K : an -. lalutz officia that any plans to temporarily cussed in view of the manpower shortage. Reuven Locker, of the ilutz Hachsaha (Training) Department, said that several of the pioneering groups were attempting to attract a younger element to the farms to replace those being called to army service. "'The average person in training." Locker said, "is 18 years of Naturally, he is susceptible t<> the draft. It is possible that a younger element might be inChest To Share In $150,000 Estate Here A will bequeathing five per cent of the $150,000 estate of Edward W. Broidy of 5433 Alton Road, Miami Beach, to the Miami Community Chest was on file today for probate in county court. Broidy, who died in New York at the age of 64. left half of his estate in trust for his widow, Mrs. Rena Broidy. and named her executrix. This trust is to go to the University of Cincinnati upon her death. The other half of the estate is to go to various charitable organizations, with the Miami Community Chest receiving 10 per cent of this half ol the estate. Strath-Haven Gets Union Endorsement Nathan Ginsburg, veteran Kosher hotel operator who has taken over the Strath Haven Hotel and Dining Room, has announced that his dining room is the only one on Miami Beach to receive the honor of endorsement by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations. The six-story oceanfront hostelry, which has undergone extensive renovations to bring it up to luxury standards, contains 100 rooms with bath, a 150-foot strip of private beach, rooftop solarium, outside patio, game room, svna"-" S;m(lv Sandel HS,T TT" S "".I U 2 TS ; t Glantz and Judy dining loom stringently adhering < Nox ,. North Dade YounJ Adults Elect Reiterl Nat Rciter was elected pra of the newly organized Adult Group of the North 1 Jewish Center. Serving with Reiterarel Sanders, vice president: Holick. recording secrel Trudi Lach, corresponding! tary; Gene Ehrlich, I | Members of the ontertai committee include Y. Frank, Rh< a Kiener ind Hochfelsen. On thi means committ' %  %  B Klomkin. of the naif slated for Thursday, NOB to dietary laws. The dining room will cater to ib""aTthe center, 13630 Wed weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, recepHighway. 700 Attend Fall Fete Over 700 persons attended the U 8 "* ban< uets Ginsburg said. annual fall festival of the Thanre pi ? n fJ .!" u "\ Amt ri V an < Foothall Films To Class of the Scottish Rite Masons 'Kosher hotel field. Ginsburg has FOUHHUI "" | held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ? pc rate d a number of hotels in HiirhliirM SniOKeT Harry Gordon. 2201 S. Miami both Atlantic City and Miami *"f","*/ JJLbm* ft Ave., on Saturday night. B( ach and has acquired a national Miami vs. pttMav c ', reputation for the success of these films will be fe.ituiea %  Guests enjoyed a barbecued vcntu r C ,£ bership smoker to be spqatf The affair was arranged by class members and their wives. ; i He is a member of Congregation j -j" nf Mlami wi il be I honor a establishing the" Beth' Jacob" Vaad 5?!? &, Theo Budd, vice president; John £. t h ?, '"^^1 3 V„ 2 versity of Miami wU ** Dwyer, secretary; and Gordon, f-t !" \ n \ .f „ TW honor at the affair and a treasurer. ?,• u" d was instrumental m -,,,,,,] ; nd humor Hakashruth, of which he has Manpower shortages are being felt at some of the six farms maintained by Hechalutz (Pioneer), which train American youth for Israel, as a result of the Selective Service act. Many 18-yearold youths like those shown above at work haying at the Plugat Ahyah chava (farm), near Poughkeepsie. have been called to the colors. Hechalutz headquarters estimate that as many as 30 per cent of the trainees were on their way to the various branches of service. —American Jewish Press Photo close some of the agricultural training centers would depend upon "further developments in the world situation" and "the training budget." They pointed out. however, that the training farms also served the purposes of gathering places for educational seminars on Zionism and pioneering. "It would be a great blow to the spirit of the various groups, "the spokesman said, "if any of the chavot (farms) were forced to cease functioning temporarily." Acknowledging that the possibility of temporarily closing some of the six farms had been disterested in training for Israel, but plans have rut been completed on the matter as yet. It's still in the talking stage." Locker disclosed, however, that member organizations of Hechalutz were attempting to staff the training camps with veterans and men passed the draft age. Thus far. it was learned, the number of trainees entering the farms under this plan has failed to fill the gap left by the men departing for military service. A number of the young Zionists volunteered for service in the Army Air Forces and other branches rather than wait for acand proceeds are earmarked for f^SL^JSHfv^ T 1 th charity iounders of the Hebrew Academy, | he has been one of the institution's staunchest supporters. Associated with Ginsburg in the enterprise are his sons-in-law, Martin Lazar and Louis Fox. Both young men have played an active role in the formation of Young Israel Synagogue of Miami Beach. The former, who is secretary of the congregation, will serve as resident manager of the hotel, while Fox, who is president of the synagogue, will serve as comptroller. gram has bei n .uiang Lemclmen. Kenholz Aids JNF Saul I. Kenholz. who recently returned from an extended tour I Of Israel, has reported that he was instrumental in raising over ,$500 in behalf of the Jewish National Fund while aboard the SS LaGuardia. During his stay in the young repablic, he visited a number of JNF installations and announces that they are making fine progress. Accompanying him on the trip were his wife and daughter Helene. tion by their local draft boards. The full impact of selective service upon the training program was expected to be made more apparent at the close of the year when annual figures are available as to the total number of American pioneers departed for Israel. The figure was expected to drop substantially below the more than 300 American youth who sailed for Israel last year b tered as second.c !" 1930, at the Po'" c 0 || ] .1 •Fla.. under the Act of ""''^ The Jewish Florld.an h "J the Jewish Un.ty and tw i Weekly. Member of the %  „ graphic Agency. sen ^ Syndicate. Worldwide Nt „ National Editorial 0C J" h> i..*j cn Association of tJ^ Newspapers. Florida P" Academy Women to Hold Games Party Tuesday Over one hundred members of the Hebrew Academy Women, the ladies auxiliary of the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., Miami Beach, are expected to attend the games party to be held at Whitman Hall of Beth Jacob Synagogue, on Tuesday, November 28, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Jacob Katz, chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg and Mrs. Bea Spolter. uarantee th< KM %  w I chandls< —SUBSCRIPTION RAT** One Year >J Two Years^______—FRED K. snocf a „d Publisher Editor ar LOUIS ARONOVTTZ Nev Ed


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Lv NOVEMBER 24, 1950 J Judaeans Will Attend Young Zionist Inclave To Be Held at Camp Kendall .„„ v..,.r. ff .Tnrtaeans and by Robert Strassberg, who will PI, PS ? nt a Program entitled "Biahk—the Father „f the Oneg Shabbot. A maccabiad will follow. ^ftgjftjfeHHi 100 Young Judaeans and lenders are expected to at,j„. third annual Sout Ball Ie meet noon Dosophy [of •sheba ie liiii*.. — Young Zionist conclave, .nonsored by the Greater ; Zionist Youth Commission j N r 24 to 26 at Camp will open Friday with a session on of Young Judaea," I, 1 by Herman Popkin. iion and sports will ^evening program will conservices conducted by Si nior Judaea. The Uettc on "The Bible—the l e Book"" will be given by kette Sir. Following services will be a program of bunkskits and an Israeli folk ling contest. Iturdav services will be confed by'the Chaim Weitzmann Judaea. The sermonette Inuka and Its Relation to L Judaea" will be given by |le Washer. After services Ishops will be conducted in: £ i e d by Robert Strassberg |, 0 J, v:sh Centers Associadance, led by Camp Tel tdah graduates Ann Brick, Rhoda Feldman, Danny Miller and T> hay; "Know Young [ loan affairs. Morj Carole Washer; I is, Louise Mo I Glyck; Chalutziut. I : Marilyn FishI -Jewish relations. and Phyllis Kraitz. | { iur ission will be lership of Harold k :11 speak on "The f ael on Jewish Life I labbat will be led Irnreich To Teach llsraelite Center Idrcv: B. Kornreich has been he Israelite Center fcbrew teacher and Sunday _l supi: visor. 1 ho received his edton in Czechoslovaia, has had 1 exI a ..... K %  •' %  '" •"""•%  per of youth igVSr*" Ips. W h i 1 e ling as an inkier 1n the Jy. he oi gan| Id y ung list un ts in f nany. young man in V rk, as |-i'!l a: at the i ch Ish Center 1 pie Beth Sholom here. e Is a mi mber of the Leaders' Jii.l Young Judaea and the BtiT Miami Hebrew Teachers Icial Igistration for Hebrew school [be made by calling Mrs. Sam fen at 4U-8904. [y Nineties Bill 111 Highlight fmple Israel Fete Cay Nineties program en"The Nineteenth Street fties" will be the feature of a |y to be sponsored by the PPle Israel Sisterhood, Men's P. Youth Group and Couples filed on Sunday, December 3. Jie footlights will shine on the lu ^ Glr,s in th e persons of IMesdames Albert Green, BurL"• Bernard Wall, Marvin F'n. William Lehrman, Jay I ar 'z and Laurence Levenson. I'ghliKht of the program will melodrama, "Nell, the Farmuaughier" or "A Friend in % %  t riend Indeed," written iwected by Harriet Damen" %  "embers of the cast include Ifam.. Kober t Lewis, Gloria l£?i t ei \ Dr William Schiff. %  *•< %  Bukstel, Ernest Izan Michael Isenberg. f"I L '' u Nelson, Conie Jacktidnu rbar ;' Schwartz. Janice P anl''' nd Pau "ne Oppenheim IDC '" a musical number. IK'ialty acts, a barbor shop Iby Han?„ £ ornm u n>'y singing khefl' lyBoye11 will also add RK. t y of the first night fc'^o" Ri hter n Char C trie, nf am Her aides delude lkm.n m nstein Mrs William "nan and Boyell. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak at dinner. His topic will be "How Jewish Culture Took Root in America and Where Is It Headed Today?" Following dinner movies of last year's conclave will be shown by Joseph Pardo and Havdolah services will be conducted by the Beth El Senior Judaeans. The evening program will be a medura with all the groups participating in a stunt night. Sunday there will be a senior Judaea council meeting and an arts and crafts session. Principal speaker at Sunday's luncheon will be Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, whose subject will be "The Role the American Zionist Can Play In a Creative American Jewish Community." Highlight of the day will be the extemperanous speaking contest to be held in the afternoon. PAGE 5 A Discussing plans for the Chanuka dinner dance to be sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at the Grossinger Pancoast on Saturday. December 9. are (L to r.) Mrs. Joseph A. Berman. Mrs. George Goldberg, ticket chairman. Mrs. Freda Newman, journal ad chairman, and Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for the center nursery school, which is maintained by the sisterhood. Wt. Sinai Women To Meet Tuesday The Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital will hold its semi-annual meeting on Tuesday, November 28. at 10 a.m. in the Roosevelt Theatre, 770 41st St., Miami Beach. Mrs. Monte Selig. president, will present a resume of the year's activities. Two films, "Girls in White" and "House of Mercy," will be shown, and presentation of caps will be made to the current class of nurses aides, as well as service awards to the volunteers who have given more than 200 hours of work. The films have been provided through the efforts of Mrs. Louis Krensky, who arranged preliminary plans for the meeting. Miss Elsie Schwabe and Mrs. Harry Markowitz, chairmen of the nurses aides, will partitcipate in the capping ceremony, and Mrs. Max Dreyer, auxiliary awards chairman, will make the presentations. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink is program chairman. Kornreich 6ke7&7g/ is worth ion words CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neiohborheod Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 153 N.E. 29th St. Phone 82-4731 ^



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PAGE4B r _, %  = +Jeistrkrrtian SEfli^OVEMB^ 24, Orthodox Leaders Plan Expansion In Southeast Plans for the opening of a regional office of the Southeastern Synagogue Conference were announced in a joint statement by William B. Herlands. national president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, and Philip Belz, president of the Southeastern Synagogue Conference, at a recent conference in New York City. The Southeastern Synagogue Conference, comprises all the orthodox Jewish congregations in North Carolina. South Carolina. Georgia. Tennessee. Florida. Alabama. Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana. It is an affiliate of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. In their statements, the two TH C COHENS' rSAM,SPEAK TO THfc CHILDtfN.' THEY'RE NEGLECTING THEIR HOMEWORK AT H£BEvSCHOOt-J I'M SOWORP1EO7IR ^ E WOK CIVI HAVE TO BE FIRM) BOYS I WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT YOUR HOMEWO RK £ VW'" SUCH A OINWJTOUR FATHER IS' HE WILL HELP THEM ANO THEY WILL SE* HOwlAtYIT IS TO DO MORE WORK I SO WHAT Else", YOU WANT TO 1 KNOW POP 1 Chevra Kadisha To Hold Banquet November 26 Preparations are now being completed for the first annual Greater Miami Chevra Kadisha leaders pointed out"'-the strength I banquet to be held Sunday Nogained bv Orthodoxy" throughout vember 26. at 6 p.m. in the Dora the South has reached the point i August Memorial Hall of the Beth where "the services of full time El Center. professional workers are reThe affair will mark Tes Vuv quired.*' ) Kislev. Rabbi Irwin 'Gordon, directoi All Orthodox rabbis and cantors of the UOJC'A. will leave shortly have been invited to attend, on a of I well as all owners i f Jewish the South I ... iomes ts of • ns affilial the.Greal Miami C As' in, of wl in Xw York parl AJC Membership Tea teroftheA permanent i 'P %  : 27, at l 10 S v j T i lsternooa Luncheon bet 2626 S.W 3i l Av. Sis: :. Mrs. Ruth • lent. Highlight of the afternoon will Noveml 2 I be a review of Lamport's "Mink fenisl Res! nt, 1381 V 8-I on Week Days. Ermine on SunAvi Mi Bi a< ling'day" by Mrs. Jerome Watson. A Mrs. Esther Eisenstein, presiskit, "Women's Hobby-Shopping," | will also be presented. UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA 303 BnOAOWA^ NEW -C"K 7. N v N • y Sfl.IL C fu LUII-N 14MI ti MLurn M t IMTIM •• %  'lift JQMHI i. tll.SO • IACL BUMTII* October 25, 1*53 FtCSWtThU Is to certify th**. the Strath Haven HoUl, -ll CceaA :rl*, "ia.il Ba*ch, Florida, la undar tba auparrialoo aad boars tht ktahrutll endorsement ef the Bairn of Orthodox JevUh CagrH*tioni c f AMrloc for the eeesoc December 15, 1950 i^ril 30, 1951, ?*! %  nparrialoo Is exercieed In conjunction -r Rabbinic bdr, tba Rabbinic*: Council of Asarlca. A Msh


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Ballant in* Son*. Nmrk. N. 3 Distributed by STATE BEVERAGES. INC. SAM BLANK, Pres. Kneseth Israel Forms Youth Unit Kneseth Israel Congregation last week organized a Zionist i Youth Group in conjunction with the Junior Congregation of the i synagogue which will be known as the Habonim of the National Zionists Youth Groups of the United States, according to Rabbi Isaac H Ever. Officers include Rosh Machaneh. Amalia Gladstone, Kvutzot Menahalim (Leadership Training Group), Yermiahee Schulman, I Sarah Usdansky. Rifka • Salz, I Elana Breger, Ruth Cohn, Amalia I Gladstone. The entire group will meet every Sunday at 7 p.m. and the b iys* group at 7:30 p.m. in the |svnaeogue. Program includes arts and crafts, Israeli dances, Israeli ; songs, sports, holiday celebrations '. and Jewish history projects. Chairmen Appointed Appointment of Miami Hebrew 1 and Congregation committee chairmen has been announced by William Weintraub. president. Named to head committees were Sam Schulwolf. building: Dave Kleber. religious; Mrs. Waranch, house: Mrs. Simon April, sunshine: Mrs. Fred Rosenthai, red feather: Mrs. Herbert Feldan, hospitality: Edward L. Becker, parliamentarian; H. M. Dewvich, memorial: Mrs. Joseph Schwadron and Jack Stone, bud• Mrs. Ben Sokoloff. refreshments; Mrs. Edward L. Becker, publicity; Mrs. Schwadron. printing: Kleber and Leo Sheiner. I representatives to Jewish Centers Association. Its a Happy Habit •to call -for the case then you won't run short when guests drop in unexpectedly llosiii'iAcquires Hotel Good News in the hotel field was made this week by David Rosner. kosher hotel operator, who has acquired the "restricted" Hotel Good in Miami Beach. The 100-room hotel, long a landmark for "selective clientele." occupies an oceanfront corner at 43rd St. Immediate alterations include installation of a twoservice kitchen for kosher cuisine, and a "little synagogue." The "little synagogue" is a traditional first-step in Rosner's hotel managements, and is now being created out of a panelled oak room in the main lobby. Under the new dietary operation. Hotel Good will open for the season early in the first week of December. Rosner's acquisition of the Hotel Good is being hailed as Florida's newest triumph against "discrimination." Six months ago. the Miami Beach City Council and B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation League won a successful fight to ban discriminatory advertising and signs in places of public accomodation. The ordinance was upheld after it went to the Supreme Court in Tallahasee. Still remaining on the Miami Beach area are four oceanfront hotels which follow a policy of catering to Gentile guests only. LISTEN TO THE CULTURAL rEWISH FORUM RADIO HOUR BROADCAST TWICE WEEKLY FRIDAY, 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. SUNDAY. 2:00 TO 3:00 P.M. 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PAGE 8 B !" >*V, NOV ggER ,, 1950 I'iofM^r Women Install leaders Mrs. Lena Mintzes was in.-' as< president of Pioneer Women Two of Miami Beach at Kneseth IsraeL Mrs. soil Kaplan. ; president of 1 C f Greatei Miami, [ling off:. Others i I at 1 v. %  '•. Sh presid Mi R s< tary; Mrs. : M.S. 1. I ry; Mrs, •': %  b Tar %  Committ n n include Mrs. Rose Marcus, A I HapoM lli< Whitner, Mrs. Ida Jacobs and Mrs. Smith, coMrs. Ida Bookspan, N iti mal Fund; Mrs. Tarr, co-chairman: Mrs. Rosi P — man, memix i ship; Mi W child rescue fund: dues. V hospitality, Mis. s Mrs. Manya Shubow, Mis. .-: and Mrs. v. tta Davidson, cultur: M -. Ett:: Valensky, Mrs. J, Levine, Mrs. Cutler, M: exi Next • up is '.: %  Noven ber 27, :•• at th Harris in Hoel. -Jll Washington Ave. Aj~tTuts o> CAPTAIN TOV OUST A BO/ *."(.* T"l t>iAZiS '"* %  f4V! TO POwtR IN Ot^AAt-./ M'5 PAOS-STS. SorrceiO DCAIH ,N A CONCtNTBAI.ON CA^P TMOU&M yiTA BOV MC U*BM:I; TEAR. „£ WNMD TO tiCAPE TO FRANCE — T,'N EUCAND TM£N At 17 ME OOlNID TMTMNKeTjEWISM AS'SADE TO *I0 THE ALOES C*-''VE BACX 1 "i'*Ail LEijlONS T„B J NOPTH AfPlCA, |TC/. AND t RANCE ftJOMOTlON AND I'll M.&M HESPfcCT Of MIS COAA— HAOES AS THE WAO ENOS. NOW. MOwvtVEB THE BUMBLE O* GUNS ARE MfABO u, k.Ai.tSTiN6 AMD E DEOABT3 cNTME DEAO OF NIGHT FOB MIS ADOPTED MOMEHMO. HE JOINS THE MAC^NA TO THE RANK OF CAPTAIN M OVERWMCLNWi OD0S TF ^* lTE PERFORMS BRAvTL7AND E ."c^^ k FULLY. BECAUSE o/*.s 0 AR?Nr &S COUBAM.ANO RE SOURCE,J?N f V. GOOrevE. CAP7AH TOV. TME .-A ANA.. ANO I ARE POOUD OF I TMANK > 'OO I MOPE THAT WE A> OAMAM OUJ i WILL MEET I'VVORX MAS JUST 6E&^ AGAIN r~—I/ i JHALL RETURN TO Mr raj ^Vifc, --raV'.LAGE Temple Israel To Dedicate Memorial Window Friday • i i.. n Temple I lives in rV r [I, A I : ledi ted al the Sabbath servici .' Fi lay, Novi bei 24, at 8:15 p.m. n the u indow :i A. Zwitman, \ i ivitz, SI R I :.. BlumenP .' Iv .n Carp. Meyer EpLei S Feldn an, William E Jacoby, W A. Mayer, Arn Id Raxin and Robert Richler. In the dedicatory exercises the es of these ,it parted men. i'ith Dr. Joseph R. Narot lax Meisel, president, will .-:. • i before the window at the ling ceremony. Mrs. Lenore an. widow of the late rabbi. •'• {1 unvi • %  %  window. The color guard and the bugler : thl Harvey W. Seeds Post will take part in the program. In keep:ng with the occasion. Dr. Nai • will speak on "Thev Have N } Die i in Vain, If ."" IC Drer. Sttrfhrj SWpord ftroed. Where You Can Bank With Confidence Your account insured up to SI0.000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. GOOD WILL SPECIAL Top <|uality rv Cloaning SkirtS (Plain) Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. 1403 N. W. 7th COURT LAUNDRY & CLEANERS MIAMI. FLORH> A Phones: 3-0753. 3-0754



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PAGE 12 A +Jelst>fk**J#*r FRIDAY. NOVEMBER -)i Beth Sholom Opens 2nd Worshop For Jewish Living Temple Beth Sholom's second annual Workshop for Jewish Living got underway Wednesday. November 22. at 7:45 p.m. Courses in beginners', intermediate, advanced and prayer book Hebrew are being given under the direction of Sydney J. Greenberg. principal of Tempk' Beth Sholom's Religious School and professor of Hebrew at the University of Miami. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the congregation, will present a series of five lectures on the theme, "The Bible — the Source Book of Human Relations." The rabbi's lectures are scheduled to begin on Wednesday December 13. the Workshop for Jewish Living, which is conducted under the auspices of the temple's committee on adult education, is open to the public. Opens New Office Saul M. Kline, registered real estate broker, announces the opening of his new office at 1983 S.W. 8th St. Kline, who has been active in Miami. Miami Beach and Coral Gables real estate for a number of years, is specializing in homes, commercial property and business opportunities. Associated with him are. Ben F. Hirsch. office manager, Sidney Stepkin, Bea Stepkin and Charlotte Stein. 18 Join Beach Masada Eighteen new members joined the Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District at a recent membership party at the home of Miss Frances Cohen, Miami Beach. The group meets on alternate Thursday evenings at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 30. Dave Goodwin is president and i Ruth Schwartz, membership chairman. Sisterhood Will Mark Birthday Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will celebrate its first birthday with a membership tea on Tuesday. November 28, at 1 p.m. at the synagogue, it has been announced by Mis. Joseph Schwadron. president. Feature of the afternoon will be a radio drama entitled. "Chaim Wei/man — a Man and His Dream." which will be enacted by the ladies of the sisterhood. i Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of the congregation, will speak on, "Modern Women in Our Religious Life." J. Bruce Hess will offer piano selections. Chairman of the tea is Mrs. Nat Coulton, who is being assisted by the Mesdames Michael Fiedler. Herbert Feldan, Ben Gold, Isadore Fogel. Biscayne Introduces New Grading System The Biscayne Kennel Club introduced a new grading system that has thus far proved very popular with greyhound fans. There are five grades used: Grades E. D. C. B and A, the latter the top or best grade with Grade E for greyhounds making their way to the top. There is also a special race devoted to maidens or non-winners. This is designed for the puppy brigade and will afford the youngsters a chance to learn the racing business in company with othei6 seeking the same thing. When Real Huntsman captured the Biscayne Inaugural opening night, he did it by the skin of his teeth with the rank outsider. Rye Seed, giving him the race of his career. That marked the 23rd consecutive victory for the Randle Brothers' champ who earned $31,640.23 from June 1949 to August 1950. During this period he started 77 times, won 48 races, ran second eight times and third eight times. North Shore Lodge To Sponsor Smoker North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will sponsor its third annual membership smoker and fun night on Monday, November 27, at 8:15 p.m. at the Indian Queen Hotel. 3427 Indian Creek Drive. President Leonard Tobin and Membership Chairman Milton Mannheimer are in charge of the program which will feature comedy skits, community singing and surprise entertainment. Morton S. Fagan Dies In Georgia Auto Crash Morton S. Fagan, 55, of 233 West 17th St.. Hialeah, died Monda> as a result of injuries sustained in automobile accident in Waycross, Ga.. Sunday. -\ resident of Greater Miami lor the past 30 years. Mr. Fagan came here from Chicago. 111. He was the former owner of trie Palatial Kosher Restaurant here. Also injured in the accident were his wife. Sadie, and Mrs. Gussie Hershbein. 852 S.W. 13th Court a pasengcr in the car witn the Fagans. Both women were seriously hurt. Besides his wife. Mr. Fagan is survived by one daughter. Evelyn Sunshine Hershbein; one brother, Arthur M. of Chicago: two sisters, 1 Mrs Ester Cooper and Mrs. Rose JFunk. both of Chicago: and one : granddaughter, Eddyse Ilene Axlrod. He was a member of Beth David Synagogue and Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Services were held at Gordon Funeral Home Wednesday morning. Rabbis Max Shapiro and Simon April officiated, assisted by Cantor Berele Kelemer. Pall bearers were Jerry Samet, Philip Berkowitz. Al Funk, Irvin Cooper. Albert Klein, Jack Pallot, Sam Axlrod and Marty Miller. Burial was in Mount Nebo Cemetery. Parties To Honor Elaine Goldman A series of pre-nuptial parties is being planned in honor of Miss Elaine Goldman, bride-elect of Anshel Rackoff. Miss Honey Serott feted the bride-to-be at a kitchen shower last Wednesday night. On Saturday, December 2, a luncheon and miscellaneous shower will be given by the brideelect's aunt. Mrs. Jean Fox, at her home. 2398 Coral Way. Mrs. Bernard Rosenberg is planning a luncheon and canasta party in honor of Miss Goldman early in December. The rehearsal dinner will be given December 22 by Mrs. I. M. Cohen of Chicago. IVJ ^ ik ** 7 rest ** i* *2l£ ar.ee. %  v0U r mern ( ^ &*>?o£+"* st ever Savinas A cC ,utvts Ins*" ed^P lrt sso.oo |\00.00 $250.C0 ssoo.oo jCbate Federal Savings •*^T^.'„ mm MliI inm IIKH Pill MAIN OFFICE NORTH IUCN OFFICE 7435 Ctlliei lit. IV It 7131 C L. ClIMINTS. 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lr< f pn lUn inllu'lV.! .ill'.' its t their voles, electing 527 mu, campaign for the internationalizaIpal councillors by director, I tion of Jerusalem, the Vatican pt balloting I press—for the second time within iHicial results of the munici\ w f^ k T P £ b l is ?£ SSgZ % !" ~ 1 as in Tel Aviv show j Phasizing hat the Vatican does the General Zionists there not "* to an y Sol ^ 1 n t u! n t ^ 31 percent of the votes, the *f usa 1cm problem o herjJian to fra. received 23 percent; Herut, i P lace th f gty an f ff.f !" ns [Mapam, 10; Hapoel Mamizunder international trusteeship. ni, four; Agudas Israel, three; 'es, three; Communist, f> : Mizrachi two; Yemenites. % ; Landlords. S lisans. 0.7 each. 1 Hamishar, organ of the leftK Socialist Party, Mapam, The press campaign is receiving new impetus in view of the two; Yemenites, fact that the Jerusalem issue will V} Landlords, Sephardim, and 'soon come before the United Nations General Assembly. The Catholic newspaper, II Quotidiano in an editorial, criticizes the joint J-STTSaSB-WE Proposal on Jerusalem offered by Ition of the votine which ; the Dutch and Canadian delegated that Mapam won g ll fTperj 'ions at the United Nations "The "f the ballots as corrmared Ho,v See also belleves that £efr 10.6 in the 194 nartTamcndom for a11 Catholic institutions Elections 1 The tabuTaton also ^ Palestine must be guaranteed Ws hat the General Zionists ">d h .at the histonedI right o< led 25.2 percent of the ballots, Cathohc.sm must be protected, [compared with 7.3 in the naT elections. According'to the pe table, all other parties "lost •re or 1— • the article declares. Canada Sends Delegates ntI kss heavi iy." to wit—|To Zionist Congress >wi drepped from 37.2 to 26.9; I MONTREAL. (JTA)— C kutfr 'Vc/ lom Ail lo Zba; MONTREAL, (J kf 2 ,\ 5 ; 4 t0 105; Re g ious 13 delegates to tl kfrom\ 5 4 t0 12 ^ ; Pr 8 res Zionist Congress L, %  t0 4 ; Communists located as follows: 1 26 to 2.4. U,? U '"dependent General "si newspaper, declared that lond lal Zionists are the MONTREAL, (JTA)—Canada's the 23rd World have been allocated as follows: General Zionists, five; Labor Zionists, four; Mizrachi, three; and Left Poale Zion-Achdut Aovda, one. An agreement for the distribution of the seats was reached after the Party in the state" and "ie holding of new national ; General Election Board had un'ons Davar, the Mapai newsanimously decided to cancel the m ri "i a banner stating that : elections scheduled for November municipal elections produced 126. board of governors within five days. 5. In the event any agency starts an unauthorized campaign the Federation shall publicly oppose such campaign. 6. The polices established here will be effective to the extent by which the members of the board of governors adhere to the principle stated herein. Therefore the executive committee calls upon the members of the board of governors not to lend their name or support to any independent fundraising activity by any Jewish organiaztion conducting an appeal to the Jewish community until and unless the executive committee approves the campaign or until an agreement has been reached for an independent campaign. 7. In the past, some organizations have conducted fund-raising activities under the guise of "value received" functions. Under these rules and regulations, a "value received" function shall be defined as an affair at which the fee per person is no greater than $12.50. Any affair charging in excess of this amount shall be assumed to be fund-raising. 8. Upon the adoption of these procedures'the executive committee hereby authorizes and instructs its officers to fully publicize this to the community. Chest Workers Hit 60 Percent Of Goal Pace setters in the Dade County Community Chest drive continued their push and reported that 60 percent of their goal had been reached. This objective is no limited one, Campaign Chairman James L. Knight pointed out. The goal of Division A, which kicked off last Wednesday under leadership of Harry Hood Bassett, is two-thirds of the total sought by the entire chest campaign organization. In raising $231,868.70 to date, Knight said, the division workers who are soliciting larger gifts from business and industrial groups, are setting the pace for other divisions to follow. The report luncheon Tuesday, at the Columbus Hotel, second since the division got under way, resulted in $22,996 being added to the amount previous raised. With $38,684 raised by workers on Miami Beach, and SI 1.606 from other sources, the grand total now stands at $282.159.20—one-third of the overall goal of $857,000. Leonard L. Abess, president of the Dade County Community Chest, has announced the appointment of Seymour B. Liebman as associate chairman to Sam R. Becker and Howard Kane, who are serving as co-chairmen for the Miami Beach area. Liebman has served as commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America, has been community chairman for the Red Cross and has served as a vice president of the East Midwood Jewish Center. He was also the founder and first chairman of the Board of Education of the Metropolitan Council of the United Synagogues of America. Jacksonville DP's Give To Community Appeal JACKSONVILLE. Fla. (JTA)— All but one of this city's newly arrived group of Jewish DP families have contributed to the United Campaign of the Jewish Community Council, Leonard Moss, council president, reported this week. State Department Turns Thumbs Down On Zionist Protest Against Steel To Iraq NEW YORK 9lTY (AJP)-The United States' State Department nas turned thumbs down on the American Zionist Council's protest against the shipment of sorely-needed American steel to Iraq for the construction of a new pipe line designed to slit Israel's economic throat by rendering almost useless the $30,000,000 Haifa refinery. The State Department's refusal was in answer to a Council p£ct i g !, ,^0 weeks ago. In its reply, the American Jewish Press learned, the department attempted to justifv its approval of tne plan. The department's approval of the steel shipment to Iraq was reported by the American Jewish Press earlier this month. Officials at the Zionist Council after receiving the State Department s "justifications" confirmed another AJP report that a reversal of approval for the shipment, 111.000 tons of which have already been approved for shipment, remained unlikely. Zionist Council Blasts CJFWF Central Israel Fund Proposal NEW YORK CITY-Reeling on the heels of a doublebarreled assault from the powerful American Zionist Council's charge that their twin-bill proposals scheduled for airings at the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds forthcoming Washington conference were a cloaked plan to scuttle the United Jewish Appeal, CJFWF officials hinted that approval of the proposals by delegates would* prove difficult. Others said it would be virtually impossible. The American Zionist Council, CJFWF, as well as the "emergency plan" group was scheduled to make a report at tthe Washington which represents all leading ; conference. But CJFWF officials. Z onist organiza ions in the United | though staling thal bolh propjsal3 States, blasted the CJFWF's two; would be p resen ted. admitted proposals both of which they I that a favorable response to the claimed threatened the UJA. The. p rojects appeared doubtful, first, a report of findings by a i two-year-old committee, outlines "After all," a high CJFWF an "emergency plan" which'official told the American Jewish CJFWF claimed would only be .' Press, "the success of the plans implemented if and when the | depend upon the very organizaUJA ceased operations. tions which now voice strong Zionists, in an official resolu' oppositions to both our prop tion enacted here Sunday, went "* aie f opposed to the plans, on record severely criticizing the p which we feel will aid Israel and CJFWF for the creation of the t hc American Zionists, then how "emergency" machinery, details can ^e truly implement the proof which are embodied in the' p osals report to be submitted for the CJFWF maintained that a Cenconference delegates' approval at | tral Israel Fund would mean the December 1-3 Washington money for Israel. They contended meeting. i that a combined Zionist fundAlso attacked in resolution by 'raising campaign embody in. the American Zionist Council was I J sraeh needs and domestic n a second CJFWF proposal defor Zionist groups in Allsigned to combine all pro-Israel fund-raising activity into a single would raise more funds. Chances for the passage drive. The establishment of such CJFWF twin proposals were a plan, thc Zionist leaders conviewed as slim. They reach tended, "would drastically reduce new low with the Amen the flow of funds to Israel" and Zionist Council's call to tin Z harm the UJA and the United ; ist movement to "use e\ Palestine Appeal. medium of educational propaThe proposed Central Israel ganda to point out the dan Fund committee, formed last year of any attempt to replace the at another conference of the UJA." Nov. 26-Dec. 3 Proclaimed Jewish Book Week; Display Set For Beach Library The week of November 26 to December 3 has been proclaimed Jewish Book Week by Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk. The annual Jewish book exhibit at the Miami Beach Public Library will highlight the week. The display, being arranged by Mrs. Joseph Duntov, will be on the theme "Jewish Books Through the Ages" and will include books in English. Yiddish and Hebrew. A special table will be set up for juvenile books, and a rack of Chanuka menorahs will be on display. In observance of the week. Miami Beach High School is presenting an exhibit on Judaica. The two largest book stores in the area have agreed to set up appropriate displays in their windows. The Miami Beach Y and the Miami Jewish Community Center are conducting forums and book exhibits. Congregations, PTA's. sisterhoods and other religious groups are holding special book reviews in honor of the occasion, while B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters, the Hillel Foundation. : Hadassah groups, Pioneer \V lien's units and other organizations have announced similar programs. Radio speeches and review already on the airwaves and will continue until December 3. All of these events, Mrs. Dun| tov emphasizes, will under I the purpose of Jewish Book Month: "to stimulate interest in Jewish literature, to develop a love of Jewish books and the desire to bring them into Jewish .homes, for there is an old J saying, 'The more books, the more wisdom'." Abell Elected WASHINGTON. (JTA) — M IXwell Abell. of Chicago, was elected president of the United Synagogue of America at the ing session of the organiation's convention here. Marvin Berger, of New York, was re-elected secretary, and Elmer Elmer Hamburg, of Pittsburgh, was named treasurer.



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Peace Role For Israel It \KE SUCCESS—When Israel I. n-mied as one of the fourteen 2'bcrs of the United Nations *L..,1 Assembly's newlymed "Peace Patrol," it was an „nt of first importance for the K|I state. With this assignment Li issumes a major role in -keeping machinery of United Nations for the first L It thus marks, in a sense ,int! of age in the world -.. [ji ii of the "Peace Patrol" n as one of the two I consequential acOs that will be taken by the nbly during its curFormation of the iup was Point Two vi n-nation resolution | out in life—at the mbly session—as posal. ion, in its four parts. i lition to the "Pagency gatherings of Assembly to take i • peace-enforcement reties of the Security the veto immobil|y after a breach of taken place, for the nt of armed units in ber state to be at the %  s call and for a "Collective committee to study vs of meeting aggression. [Of the four parts of the resoluji. the concept of a roving tchdog commission to sniff out eats to the peace won the most despread favor, being supported the Soviet bloc as well as the usoring Western bloc. The olution as a whole was aploved by the Political Commitwith well over a two-thirds jority, thus virtually assuring final adoption by the full Asibiy. ike the Acheson proposal in entirety, the "Peace Patrol" a stemmed directly from the perience of the organization in X n war. Just as the Westit s were impressed by that only through the jident of the Soviet absence im the Security Council because the Chinese representation isi veto avoided on enement action in Korea—an n which led to the Won of giving the veto-less Asmbly enforcement powers—so equally profound notice le fact that only because U.N happened to have one its own organs on the scene— -year old U.N. Commis on Korea—would it get quick fcerv in of the hostilities and such considerations led the Soviet Union to insist that the Big Five (and thereby itself, as well as Communist China eventually) be appointed to the roving committee. This point the Soviets won, but just how or on what grounds, the other nine were selected is less clear. It is known that the original list was suggested by Great Britain, discussed with the other sponsors of the resolution and • hen inserted in the final draft of the proposal. One criterion advanced by the United States and Britain—although sacrified in the ease (if the Russians—was the degree of support given the whole resolution. Israel fulfilled this condition" to the letter and had also won the favor of the Western Powers by backing the Korean action to the hilt, even though a so-called neutral power itself, As a member of the peace patrol. Israel now moves into a spotlight position in the UN's tenacious quest for peace. This key role in political and security affairs follows by just a few months Israel's appointment to the UN's Social Commission, one of the world organization's most i^li^wiisltUElliDipidliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1950 SEC. B Reform Congregations Increase Ritual Practice And Ceremonial Observance CLEVELAND, Ohio—A wide and increasing acceptance by Reform Jewish congregations and their members of ritual practice and ceremonial observance in the synagogue and in the home, was desperately require for ourselves and for our children the support and guidance of the word of God Israelite lTA KI ugh moving into spect nly at the invitation involved) and it will ted on the double for 1 and report in th^ an open breach of the I'' be readily seen from a n of these functions that en members of the peace will shoulder the main •' 1 : the new peace machitalled through the AcheIn plan. Under the terms of the f least, the UN's peace 1 will presumably no' 1 roll until the rovinj on has scrutinized an "un1 eful situation and sent in £ iP'H't. doubtless with reconv I ms attached, to headJ Such an assignment s to consist of more than I technical performance; it canfit Iv-lp but comprise a political e as well. When this od, it becomes clearer 1 strategic role the peace can play in world affairs, there_is little question that but will have an equal opportuni f J r standardization and codificaity to be considered for those < Uon of ccremonia i s amonR the vacancies. \ nr,narc. B iir,n While the report a minimum code of ritual practice, it indicated that further study would be Jternshein Named 'ance Chairman Sternshein has been ap1 general chairman of the teal Lodge, B'nai B'rith £"mmunity Service Ball," to be %  em nn December 16 at the MiEm \Y mien 's Club, according to Fir Ke ssler, president. If Hob"'" 1 Br enner is in charge IK 1 sales The ,od g e P la ns to Vr, l '' he annual "Community gvtee Ball" as its major funding event of the year. tion of m? nc J?i,„-. -.. 1 r. A congregations. While The UAHC president also urged slressed the need for the convention delegates to petition the U.S. government for grants-in-aid to Israel. "It is high time," he declared, "that the ironic contradiction tease between our government's generous assistance even to Fascist Spain and to other effete and reactionary governments the world over, and its patent and inexcusable failure to allocate out of the billions that we have thus expended such sums as are so desperately) needed by the lone bastion of T rearmament. democracy in the Middle East "Never before in all history has which is "Israel." I there been a time when we more necessary, particularly on the extent of ceremonial observance in the home. 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