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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
KJT23-NUMBER 49
jseriinitiation Against Jewish
leVountante, Survey Reveals
rw YORK, (JTA)Discrim- to earn about 10 percent less than
their non-Jewish classmates, at
least at the outset of their careers.
Dr. Baer accounts for this in three
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
in against young Jewish ac-
Ltants is so great that it is
Cost impossible for them to get
t except in accounting firms
aged by Jews, it is charged by
Max F. Baer, national di-
tor 0f the B'nai B'rith Service
eau.
charge is based upon a
,y conducted by the bureau
,ne 9 120 graduates of 94 ac-
nting schools in 1946 and 1947
!ses The results of the survey
be published in the forth-
ing December issue of the
tiona! Jewish Monthly, B'nai
ith publication.
Baei says that the survey
ealed 95 percent of the Jews
those daises who are today
ployed by firms hiring ac-
ntants. work for firms with all
partial Jewish management,
hty percent work for firms of
Jewish management; 15 for
s of mixed" management;
only five percent for non-
fish firms.
Moreover, the survey shows,
ish accounting graduates tend
Israel. Jordan
Armor Clashes
JERUSALEM. (JTA) Quiet
reigns in the Negev and normal
traffic continues along the road
to Elath where a two-and-one-
, half-hour battle between Israel
ways: young Jewish accountants j and j0,dan armored forces took
are concentrated in large cities, I place during the weekend, it was
where competition is keenest; | officially reported here this week.
CJFWF, UJA Issue Settled Amicably At
Meet; Stanley Myers Honored
Bringing back glowing accounts planning can critical needs be pre-
of the general assembly of the vented and successfully overc >me.
is
they tend to work for smaller
firms, whose income is lower; and
they are engaged for the most
part in lower-paying types of ac-
counting work.
Dr. Baer found that if young
Jewish accountants would move
to the smaller communities, they
would probably earn larger in-
comes. "Accounting graduates in
New York City," he wrote,
"showed the lowest median in-
come of any section of the coun-
try. The South and Midwest were
close to the top figure." The Jew-
ish graduates reported they had
much greater difficulty getting
their jobs than the non-Jews had.
"Until recently," Dr. Baer con-
cludes, "the B'nai B'rith Voca-
tional Service Bureau expected a
gloomy outlook for Jewish grad-
uates of accountancy.
Meanwhile, a meeting of the
mixed Israel-Jordan armistice
commission took place in the
Negev no-man's land this week
in response to an order by Col.
Bennett de Ridder. UN acting
truce chief in Palestine. However,
the commission meeting was
fruitless and Col. de Ridder ad-
journed it until he could hear
from Lake Success to which he
had referred the problem along i...
with a request for further in-1
struction. Gen William E. Riley,
truce chief, is expected back in
Palestine this week.
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds held last weekend
in the nation's capital, five deleg-
ates and three alternates repre-
senting the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will submit their re-
ports to the next meeting of the
Federation's board of governors
to be held next Tuesday night at
Federation headquarters.
"Never has any sectional or
partisan interest beclouded your
devotion to the total goal. For
the Jewish communities of Amer-
ica, your leadership has been the
fortunate matching of the man.
the need, the organization and the
hour.
"Every worthy cause has had
.! your leadership: your Community
Outstanding accomplishment of | Chesti your Council of Social
the meeting, according to the Agencies, public welfare pro-
Greater Miami delegation, was | grams national and overseas
the amicable solution of the con- neecjs, war service. In all of them.
troversy regarding the so-called
you have made a distinguished
leration Conducts Drive To Collect
III Unpaid Pledges To Combined Appeal
un response to an urgent appeal
Km the United Jewish Appeal
tat Greater Miami remit the
[lance due on its 1950 alloca-
tions, Howard
Kane, chairman
of the collections
committee of the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federa-
tion, this week
urged all persons
with outstanding
, pledges to the
1950 Combined
| Jewish Appeal to
make their pay-
i ments at once.
Kane also asked
his committee
members to
ped the task of collecting more
an (350,000 outstanding in this
lar's pledges.
fWe must raise this money as
on as possible," Kane stated,
i enable the United Jewish Ap-
on through the
months that lie
0*
Kant,
peal to carry
critical winter
ahead."
Kane said he had received word
from Henry Morgenthe**. general
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, that the approach of win-
ter-has aggravated the position of
many Jews in Arab countries,
who, in anticipation of their
scheduled departure for Israel,
had sold their homes and posses-
sions. Morgenthau urged that "we
bend every effort to transport
these refugees to Israel before
the end of the year."
George Chertkof, chairman of
Federation's Budget Committee
in seconding Kane's plea that all
persons owing money to the 1950
Combined Jewish Appeal, make
their payments at once, released
the following schedule of alloca-
tion payments still due to the
local, national and overseas
agencies which participated in the
1950 Combined Jewish Appeal:
Mass Migration To Israel
Will Continue In 1951
Mass migration to Israel of
homeless Jews from eastern
Europe, North Africa and Moslem
countries will continue on a large
scale in 1951. and will most prob-
ably exceed the figure of 200.000
expected to reach Israel in 1950,
it was stated by William Rosen-
wald, Rudolf G. Sonneborn and
plan" for a council- i recorci,
sponsored national fund-raising I ... ,,
service in case the United Jewish "Your contributions to the
Appeal collapsed. It was agreed strengthening of the Council and
that, inasmuch as the UJA has of Jewish community service have
been reconstituted for 1951, no
such plan need be implemented
at the present time.
Representing the local Federa-
tion at the general assembly were
I. R. Goodman Mrs. Murry Gross-
been firmly rooted. They will con-
tinue to grow and flourish in the
years ahead.
"This expression of affection,
esteem and respect is presented
by your colleagues in gratitude
man. Herbert E. Scher. Mrs. for what you have already done.
Charles Ratner, Mrs. Martha
Myers, Morris Klass, Albeit
Comanor and Max C. Gettinger.
The latter three were alternates.
The report for the delegation at
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national' next Tuesday's board meeting will
chairmen
Appeal.
of the United Jewish
pieman
herican
ttTT .........$ 3.130.08
..... 219.27
..... 357.22
..... 1.895.15
.... 2.174.67
1.420.33
Activities At Center
Ordered Suspended
All activities of the West Mi-
aim Jewish Center. 5720 S.W.
17th St. have been ordered sus-
pended until the building is
completed. Leonard Kalish,
president of the congregation,
has announced.
The order was handed of-
be submitted by Goodman and
Mrs. Grossman.
More than 700 delegates from
and in the confident knowledge
that your splendid abilities will
continue to benefit the Jewish
communities of America and the
world."
Julian Freeman of Indianapolis
succeeds Myers.
Goodman was Greater Miami's
official representative at
! all sections of the country attend- I meeting of the Large City Budget-
1 ed the meeting which marked the mg Conference which was held
| termination of Stanley C. Myers' j m conjunction with the General
I four-year term as president of I Assembly. This is an informal as-
i the council. In commemoration of j SOciation in which the Jewish
i his service to American Jewry we]fare funds of cities with a
| during this period the council j Jewish population of 40.000 or
> presented him with a scroll upon ; more participate. It was organized
. which was inscribed the following jn june 1948. Its purpose is to
resolution: "To Stanley C. Myers
in grateful appreciation of the
The order was nanaea Sen! thTheCetildlng ffi 5-h* integrity and ins,
been in use. officers said .al-
though construction had not
been completed.
A mass meeting was being
held at the West Miami Town
Hall to discuss methods of
meeting the crisis on Wednes-
day as The Jewish Floridian
was going to press.
tional direction you have brought
to the presidency of the council
during the period of greatest
Jewish responsibility in our
American communal history.
review jointly the program* and
budgets of major national agencies
which receive the bulk of their
support through Jewish welfare
funds.
Other cities in the Large City
Budgeting Conference include
Baltimore. Boston. Cleveland.
Chicago, Detroit. Los Angeles,
"Your efforts have been dedi- Newark; Philadelphia .Pittsburgh.
1 cated to the principle that in the
j unity of all forces lies the only
I prospect for fullest achievement
.ithat only through cooperative
h Theological Seminary of America................
Defense Appeal................................... B,*22'
3.115.94
2.706.00
179.51
460.85
80
9.51
Committee for the
Association for Jewish Education-----
Birobidjan Committee...............
Fund for Israel Institutions.........
Jewish Congress..............."-----
Hirsch Loan Fund......................
nai B'nth National Youth Service Appeal.............. iMfi 50
reau of Jewish Education............................ i'c-n'oc
mm Survey........................................... ?.6,9.-6
Council of Palestinian Institutions............ iJatai
js .......................................::::::: i:S:S
wish Cnters Association...............
wish Hume for the Aged...............
wish Labor Committee.................
wish Telegraphic Agency
wish ~
int
y Memorial Hospital......................... 002 50
wish Community Center..................... I-Uioioo
s Il.-spital...................................... 4 00(131
tional Committee for Labor Israel..................... n :>0
ational Council of Jewish Women...................... _" ;.,
"wish Welfare Board.......................... 1 971 05
1 r-i < Women's Organization......................... nil Vr'r
fefugee ResettlementJ.S.S.B......................... lon'tie"?
nned Jewish Appeal.................................. ?'
,hiva To!ah Vodath & Mesifta........................ ',,
N|IV diversity .................................... ^8.30
Scientific Institute............................. 59994
I al Service Agency........................... K500 00
I rational Service.............................. iwuu.uu
TOTAL ALLOCATIONS PAYABLE TO AGENCIES
November 29, 1950................. S20..44b.JO
[Members of the collection com-
JKtee who have launched the re-
ralizJ-d drive to collect outstand-
t pledges include, in addition
P Kane, the following: Jack
rj'n- Saul Ashkenazy, S. I.
prnbaiim, Archie Brick, Daniel
road. Leo Chaikin, Joseph Dun-
fv. Leon Ell, Mrs. Joseph Fenias,
I e Gardner, Jules Gillette, Mrs.
Louis Glasser Aaron Kanner.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Hairy
Koretzky. Sam Lauchman Dr.
Louis Lytton, Mrs. Harry Platoff
Joe Postal. Jacob Fishman. Fied
Jonas. Sam Prosterman N. Doug
Raff. Irving Saal, Jacob Seiden-
bere Henry Seitlin, Leo Sheiner.
Car!' Susskind and N. A. Weid-
berg.
St. Louis and San Francisco.
At a workshop session devoted
to metropolitan community ses-
sions. Gettinger was one of the
discussants. He reported on the
development of the Jewish Cen-
ters Association in this com:
ity and the present problems
which his new agency is m
In a key resolution the delegate s
reaffirmed, the key role of cei
Jewish community organize
in meeting American Je
total responsibilities. "The ;
instruments for that mobilizal
are our local central comma;
'organizations." the resolution de-
clared.
"The welfare funds as the cen-
tral fund raising instruments of
our communities." it continued,
"are the principal expression of
the interrelationship of all Jew-
ish needs and Jewish responsibili-
ties. Only through the central
community organizations
American Jewry meet to the full-
est extent our compelling resp m-
sibilities for securing the develop-
ment of Israel and the strengthen-
ing of the American Jewish
munities." It also urged the
CJFWF to continue the work
initiated by its Committei
Community Organization.
lulian Freeman (left), Indianapolis, was elected president of
thP Council o7"twish Federations and Welfare Funds at the
the Council 01 Jw assemblY held December 1-3 at Washmg-
toT&STa Myers?SE c*T president, congratulates
Semanon becoming .he fourth president in the 19-year h.story
of the council. '
Rabbi Zwitman Unveiling
Set For December 24
Sunday. December 24 has been
set as the date for the unveiling
ceremonies of a monument 11 the
memory of the late Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman. Rabbi Zwitman w IS
formerly spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Israel.
The ceremonies will be held
in the Temple Israel Section of
Graceland Memorial Park with
prominent rabbis in the area
participating in the services.
N *



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. Imirih fhridUar?
FRIDAY.

Chest Workers
Near Quota
Advance workers in the Miami
Division A of the Dade County
Community Chest campaign re-
ported 93.7 percent of their quota
in hand and the remainder in
cards still to be worked at a final
'" rally at the McAllister
j night.
associates of Chairman
Harry Hood Bassett turned m
S331.94G t,i give the campaign the
m< st impressive start in its
hislbrj.
The Miami Division A ri
was only part of the expanding
Chest campaign that will reach
its climax after the holidays.
Other sums including S55.832
raised by Miami Beach Division
A. and another S59.635 from .
Other sources, raised the total j
for the early stages of the drive
to $467,415, or 54.6 per cent ol
the overall campaign goal.
Weiss Introduces
Membership Plan
A "pay-as-you-go" plan to in-
crease membership in the Miami I
Beach Y Golden Age Club, as
well as the Y itself, has been in- i
troduced by Samuel Weiss, long |
time resident of this area.
Under Weiss' plan, each new'
member is permitted to purchase
Zionist Youth Unit
Elects Mrs. Moscovitz
Mrs. I. Moscovitz of Jackson-
ville, was re-elected chairman of
the Southern Zionist Inter-Re-
gion Youth Commission (joint
youth agency of Southeastern
Zionist Organization of America
and Southern. Southeastern and
| !: -..! R( ions) Her
election took place at the annual
fall meeting of Die ceni:i' ssion
held tliis month in Atlanta. Other
officers elected '> si rve with her
include: Mark Spector, Chatta-
.. vice chairman and Max
R a. All..Hi... tri asurei other
members of the commission are:
Hadassah representatives: Mrs.
Id Aronoff, Mis. Leroy Fair-
man Mrs. Sidney C. Gluckman.
Mrs. Murry Grossman. Mrs. Ar-
thur Held, Mis. William Kirshner,
MYs. Maurice Levine. Mrs. Robert
M. Travis. Mis. Joseph Wilensky.
ZOA representatives: Abe
Berkowitz, Sidney C. Gluckman.
Gilbert Rappaport. Robert M.
Travis. Ben R. Winick. and Adal-
bert Freedman, executive director.
Youth representatives: Young
Judaea. Lee Movsovitz: Young
Judaea Leaders Anita Schwartz- '
man; Junior Hadassah. Elaine
Sachs; IZFA. Mickey Edwards.
rAFETY !"*> nSL
Win
'n-vN
Rehearsing for the Chanuka program to be presented at the
party honoring New Americans in the National Council of Jewish
Women's English classes are a group of pupils and their teacher,
Mrs. N. Glover, right.
IlirM-li To Head
Anderson Play
Freedom House will present a
reading of Maxwell Anderson's
"Lost in the Stars" by Sam
Hirsch of the University of Miami
drama department on Tuesday,
December 12. at 8:30 p.m. at the
Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach.
Tickets and reservations may
be made by calling 5-97C3,
Samuel We
i I ntitling him to attend
.. meetings for one
A' the end of that p
nd card for two
enabling him to attend
successive meetings. When
' e has run out, the in v.
ber pays the remaining two
S and becomes a fully paid
iip mi f the G Jden Age
Club n i tl -Mi .'-. Beach Y.
head the club's

n Y li

Kadimah Women
Will Hold Affair
For New Members
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a membership
reception in conjunction with its
ular meeting on Thursday. De-
cember 14. at 8 p.m. at the Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
according to Mrs. Leo Goldman.
president. The affair will launch
an intensive membership drive.
Highlight of the evening will be
an address by Rabbi Max Shapiro. .
whose topic will be "The Situa- j
tani in Israel Today." Mrs. Harold *
I G. Jailer, president of the Pio-
| neer Women's Council of Greater .
| Miami, will discuss the organiza- I
i tarn, its ideals and accomplish- j
; ments.
In charge of the meeting is'
Mrs. Jack Aronovitz. membership
chairman. Her aides include the
Mesdames Goldman. Fred Sand-
ler Michael Fiedler. Carol Stern !
and Benjamin Weintraub.
Chanuka Fete Will
Honor Newcomers
A Chanuka celebration will
honor the New Americans in the
English classes of the Miami Sec-
tion of the National Council of
Jewish Women at the Miami
Jewish Community Center on
Sunday. December 10. at 8:15 p.m.
The program is being planned
by Mrs. Joel Belov, supervisor of
the English classes, with the co-
operation of the Jewish Centers
Association.
Lighting of the traditional
Chanuka candles will open the
program and an original skit
written by Mrs. Norman Glover
will be enacted by members of
the classes. Other students, some
of whom are very recent comers
to this country, will present
papers.
Other highlights of the program
will include a talk by Max
Gettinger. community planning
chairman of Federation, and songs
by the (ill-voice Greater Miami
.Jewish Folk Chorus, under the
leadership of Ben Yomen.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will act
as mistress of ceremonies and the
other members of Council's Serv-
ice to Foreign Born will partici-
pate. Mrs. Einil Gould Is in charge
of hospitality for the evening.
Token favors will be given to
children of members of the Eng-
lish classes.
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I'll Say...
The Jewish Community In Rome
. u.copine in Rome, I wandered into the old
S,g I had the feeling that if Rome can be called
etr? ml City then its Jewish population might
? i,,]' an Eternal Community. For it is the oldest
nc having had an uninterrupted existence of
EUrthan 2000 years.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
ho:t'
Climated that the settlement began during
'hem days. We read anti-Semitic strictures in
Classic
t is t
.^forations. During a trial before the Senate,
mulcins with rhetorical extravagance of ar-
il uSt Jewish influence. But Julius Caesar is more
tf nl The great dictator's friendship can be de-
ttrf from the mourning in the Jewish community
in inn 'he assassination. They observed his
fTrzeU for many years.
fall" Literature
IliJwish influence upon Pagan Rome must have
n considerable. The Latin student runs across
Trend'S to Jews in the pages of Horace, Tacitus,
n Juvenali Dio Cassius and Suetonius. Not that
hP"v were particularly beloved. Yet the community
line Tiber was not molested during the tension
ired by the obstinate war, which resulted in the
Lgtruction oi Jerusalem. Nor is any anti-Jewish
bcident recorded following the desperate rebellion
Bar Kochba.
toma" Converts
Onlv recently have historians begun to appreciate
t influence this community exercised upon the
Lriv church. For when St. Peter and St. Paul ar-
rived in Rome they directed their steps to the Jewish
onv. Here they made their first converts, following
he example of Jews who had been making proselytes
Imong the heathen. But most of them were not given
lull status in Judaism; they were designated
Helue'fS (Fearers of God, or Yirai Adonoi in He-
brew). These half baked Gerim were excellent ma-
erial for the glad tidings preached by the apostles.
hese Jewish Christians no doubt laid the founda-
tions fur Catholicism.
Under the Papacy
Sovereignty passed from the Caesars to the Popes.
For long centuries, during the so-called Dark Ages
when the senile Roman Empire, overrun by bar-
barians, crumbled of old age. the record of Jews in
Rome is strangely silent. This is a good sign; because
it simply denotes that there were no tzores to relate.
A period of fanaticism succeeded the tolerance of
Pagan rule. It is a strange paradox that when non-
Christian "infidels" had no protection against mobs
often led by bigoted monks. Jews were safer in Rome
than elsewhere in Europe. But this forbearance was
not uniform. The disposition of the individual pope
often determined church policy. Naturally there were
some evil men among them. But generally. Jews
sought protection under papal shadow as the safest
sanctuary in Christendom.
The Renaissance
During the high Renaissance, Jews began to feel
a freedom not experienced since the rule of the
Pagan Caesars. Jewish physicians were preferred by
Popes and Cardinals, despite the prohibitions of
Latcran Councils. In 1492, a shipload of exiles from
Spain applied for admission. Roman Jewry must
have felt pretty secure for they petitioned Pope
Alexander VI not to admit them. The Pontiff was
so enraged, it is said, that he threatened to expel all
the Jews from Rome. A stiff fine had to atone for
their selfish folly. Pope Clement VII accorded to the
dubious David Reubani the high honors due to the
ambassador from a sovereign state. This pope even
saved the honest, but self-deluded false Messiah,
Salomo Malcho from the burning stake decreed by
the Inquisition. But when prospects apeared bright-
est, a sudden change plunged Roman Jewry into
the abyss.
The Ghetto
In the 16th century, the Protestant Reformation
was gathering such momentum that the Roman
church felt itself skidding. A new type of zealous
Jen. Kafauver, Cecil Brown, Elsa Maxwell
Co Speak In Beth Sholom Lecture Series
The Men's Club of Temple
geth Sholom wiH sponsor a Town
Hall subscription series this
fceason. featuring Sen. Estes
Kefauve:. Cecil Brown and Elsa
Maxwell, Frank Kamen, president
has announced.
Sen. Kefauver, in his only un-
official public appearance in
southeast Florida, will make a
Report to the people on January
ion what he has unearthed about
khe national and Dade County al-
liances between public officials
nd notorious criminals. The
tiator will also disclose what
heasures the Federal Government
proposes to take to eliminate the j
nenace of syndicated crime to I
hational security.
The presently flaming Asiatic j
Iron Curtain will be pierced by |
TJecil Brown. Mutual Broadcast-
ing System's world-famed. Far
astern i-.nnmentator on February I
26 Brown, who is presently with I
6ur troops in Korea, will give a|
itraight. unvarnished picture of |
rtiat our armies are facing in !
Korea and may face in China, j
)pens Law Office
Adele Segall. attorney, an- i
Bounces the opening of her office j
(or the general practice of law
fnthe fl ces of Sidney L. Segall,;
(suite 414-15 Biscayne Building.
Miss Segall, who is a graduate
'} University of Miami Law
School, is an assistant to County
Solicit... Robert Taylor.
India, Siberia and the Middle
Eastern countries. He will also
discuss the probability of World
War III beginning in Asia.
On the lighter side, the series
will highlight Elsa Maxell on
March 5. Society's most fabled
party-giver will take her listeners
into private drawing rooms of the
international set and reveal the
human side of many of her fa-
mous, intimate friends, including
the Duke and Duchess of Windsor,
Barbara Hutton. Rita Hayworth
and Aly Khan. In addition. Miss
Maxwell wHl tell many of her
secrets for giving successful
parties.
Beach Masada Plans
"Cheesecake Dance"
Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District will sponsor a
"Cheesecake Dinner" on Sunday,
December 10. at 9 p.m. at the
Versailles Hotel. Music for danc-
ing will be provided by Michael
Selker and his orchestra.
Gil Rappoport, chairman of the
fun-raising committee, is in
charge of arrangements, with
Monty Popover, Hilda Lax, Sam
cleric started a Counter Reformation to clean up
abuses within the church itself. One of these bigots
became Pope Paul IV and began war upon every
form of liberalism. In 1555 he forced all Jews to live
within a walled Ghetto, which cut them off from
the rest of the population. Their rights were reduced
to a nullity. Humiliations were heaped upon them,
designed to render Jews odious and despicable in
the eyes of mankind. This intolerable state continued
until the soldiers of Garibaldi entered Rome in 1870
and broke down the walls of the Ghetto.
Liberation
With liberation, the more energetic left the Ghetto
and seized the opportunities that beckoned in eco-
nomic and cultural fields. Some entered the army.
Others made brilliant careers in the univei
The professions, commerce and industry felt then-
impact. The turn of the century saw Ernesto Nathan
a Jewish mayor of Rome. The children of Ghetto
dwellers became integrated in manner, accent, and
feature, not to be distinguished from other Italians.
Then came Mussolini.
Fascism and Nazism
At first Fascism with cynical impartiality drew
adherents from Gentiles or Jews. But in 1938, Hitler
foisted the racist dogma upon his unwilling partner.
Under pressure. Mussolini revoked the rights of Jews
as he had previously abolished the liberties of
Italians. The privileged and highly placed resorted
to suicide, in prophetic anticipation of the gas ovens,
utilized in World War II when the Nazis took over.
But due credit must be given the Italian people
for humane conduct in the hour of Jewish agony.
Monasteries, homes, convents, and farm houses con-
cealed Jews facing deportation. The Pope reverted
to an earlier policy of church protection, and the
Vatican became a city of refuge for victims fleeing
the concentration camps. Thanks to Italian humanity,
only one-fourth of Italian Jews were murdered. The
ancient Roman community still numbers 12,000 souls.
Masada's Israeli
i Soldinger, and Rose and Esther i go towards
I Brower, assisting. Proceeds will! projects.
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EDITORIAL
A Real Tribute
Five years of outstanding leadership were
concluded this week as Stanley C. Myers relin-
quished the presidency of the National Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.
The past five years have been hectic ones in
the life of the Council and in our opinion marks
the period in which the Council achieved maturity
among the communities throughout the states.
Myers' leadership guided the organization into
the international limelight where governments,
communities, organizations and agencies found
that it had to consider the Council's position in
planning their own activities.
Many of the Council's actions and programs
were not in accord with our way of thanking but
everyone must agree that Myers' leadership as
president was masterful and gained respect and
glory for himself and his community.
The Council at the general assembly last week-
end in Washington in honoring him expressed
fully the following word picture of Stanley C.
Myers .
In grateful appreciation of the superb leader-
ship, genuine statesmanship integrity, and
inspirational direction you have brought to the
presidency of the Council during the period of
greatest Jewish responsibility in our American
communal history.
Your efforts have been dedicated to the
principle that in the unity of all forces lies the
only prospect for fullest achievement, that only
through cooperative planning can critical needs
be prevented and successfully overcome.
Never has any section or partisan interest
beclouded your devotion to the total goal. For
the Jewish communities of America, your lead-
ership has been the fortunate matching of the
man, the need, the organization, and the hour.
Every worthy cause has had your leadership:
your community chest, your Council of Social
Agencies, public welfare programs, national
and overseas needs, war service. In all of them,
you have made a distinguished record.
Your contributions to the strengthening of the
Council and of Jewish community service have
been firmly rooted. They will continue to grow
and flourish in the years ahead.
This expression of affection, esteem and re-
spect is presented by your colleagues irr
gratitude for what you have already done, and
in the confident knowledge that your splendid
abilities will continue to benefit the Jewish
communities of America and the world.
More need not be said.
v
Dr. Weizmann* Birth**
Dr. Weizmann observed his 76th birt^
home in Rehovoth this past week M u yat
government, diplomats and army offiT^
him, but there was no fanfare It ri
birthday, as Dr. Weizmann wouid haTe* *
Dr. Weizmann has always been
The President of Israel is ? qmel
scientist, and the scientist best works iniY
tory far removed from the noise of th
though to be sure the world very often L
products of his quietness and manufa-w51
moil enough out of them. "
It has been a common saying in w ,
many years that Jerusalem is the city cf :
day, Tel Aviv the city of today and HaT!
cit of tomorrow, but this proverb does noli
into account Rehovoth, which conceivably L
typify the future more than Haifa. RehovoTl
indelibly associated with the scientific law]
President Weizmann. In that rustic town,
boasts no great industries, there is the We
scientific laboratory, with its score oi scie
ferreting out the secrets of nature, which u
revolutionize the economy not only of Israel I
the entire Middle East.
lloach Nisi'rhooil
T< Hold Tliaiiuka
Dili nor II.-iim r
nts have been
completed for the first annu;il
Chanuka dinner dance to be
sp ins ired by tin' Miami B<
Jewish Centei Sisterhood at the
Gri ssinj Pai ;t Hotel on s.ii-
vi :;.:._. December 9. it
w am by Mrs, Ira C.
rhood president.
In conjunction with the affair.
r> :ig pub-
lished under the chairmanship of
Mis. Freda Newman.
The dinner will !> |i ,i by
Is The program will in-
clude topflight night club enter-
. nd a full- ;
linni
'"Since the proceeds of this at-
ur Re-
I fund." said Mrs.
Walsey, '"1 am \ itified at
: ,il : esponse of our
: ends and i i
rhood
nnei. Rabbi
Irvii tua 1 leader
'. Cen-
i. "Our sisti
' tun and imp tanci
in our -.ion and in our
tnitj il is com-
: ly dedicati d not only to the
: man
: ti nets
t to
US tradi-
tions and cust ims, but becaust il
servation
of tlie entin eritagi
which Juda:.- is."
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
George Goldberg and the rec p-
tion committee 'includes: the
Mesdames Joseph A. Berman, Leo
Chaiken. Jack J. Falk. Samuel
Friedland. William I. Feuer. Nat
H. Hankoff. Irving Lchrman,
Samuel Lipton. Ira C. Walsey.
Samuel Wiesen and Benjamin B.
Wolff.
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Firkusny To Play Knesetb Israel To
Here Sunday, Monday Honor Eisensteins
At Chanuka Fete
Rudolf Firkusny. international-
ly cell will lie solo-
ist with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra on Sunday.
Deci mber 10, at Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium and on
Monday. December 11. at Miami
High School. Both conceits will
al 8:30 p.m.
Firkusny. who returned from
his first tour of Israel in time to
embark upon his seventh con-
Kneseth Israel Congregation
will sponsor a Chanuka festival
in the social hall of the synagogue
on Saturday, December 9, at 8
p.m.
The affair will honor Mr. and
Mis. 1. B. Eisenstein, who recent-
ly presented a complete set of
Vilnar Shass to the congregation.
Mr. Eisenstein is one of the found-
ical Lodge. B'nai B'rith on Satur-
day. December 16. will provide
I funds for the lodge's veterans
! service entertainment program for
secutive tour of the United States crs of tne synagogue, a trustee,
and Canada, has won kudoes from rst gabbai and a member of the
critics throughout the world. He congregation's board of education,
will play Gian-Carlo Menotti's Mrs. Eisenstein is president of
C ncerto in F for Pianoforte and the sisterhood.
Orchi Toastmaster will be Rabbi Isaac
The orchestra, to be conducted H- Evcr- spiritual leader of the
bj John Bitter, will play Mozart's congregation. Cantor Abraham
Symphony in D Major and Self Wl11 ottev holiday songs, and
Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 5 a special Chanuka program of
in E Minor history, selected sketches, poems
Tickets may be purchased at T;'n,i **a will be presented under
the ity of Miami Sym- th.f. dl^l:'"nTof tht', Hebrew^each-
phonj Office, Main Campus. Ad-
ministration Building; Downtown
Ofl 228 S.E. 1st St.; Amidon's,
220 Alhambra Circle. Coral
crs, David J. and Myra Gorlin.
1219 Lincoln Road.
Party To Aid Aged Home
Mi..mi Beach Lodge 170 of the
Gables; Miami Beach Radio Co., Knights of Pythias will sponsor
a Chanuka party at the Miami
Beach American Legion Hall. 1828
Alton Road, on Saturday, Dc-
cember 9. at 8:30 p.m.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Beth David To Elect
Con n Beth David will
and direct
innual meeting on Wednes-
day, December 13. at 8 p.m. at
the new gue, S.W. 3rd
Ave. and 26th R rding
.ci Beinard Sterling, president.
Memorial services will be
conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapno for all members who
departed during the past year.
Academy Students To
Present Pageant
A Chanuka musical pageant
will be conducted by students of
the Hebrew Academy on Monday.
December 11. at 8 p.m. in the
academy auditorium, 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach, Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal and director, an-
nounced.
The pageant entitled "The
Menorah of the Ages," is written
by Mr. and Mrs. H. Perach. in-
structors at the academy, and will
be produced and directed by Miss
Edna Sachs, director, department
of dramatics at the school.
A cast of 60 students will
participate, including a chorus of
45 voices, directed by Joseph' of arrangements for the party.
Schreibman. musical director of !| Assisting her are Mrs. Bettv
Chanuka Program
Over 100 persons witnessed the
Chanuka program presented Mon-
day night by the stud, nts of the
Northside Jewish Center Hebrew
School. Written and directed by
George Goldberg, Hebrew teach-
er, the program included Cantor
Al Glantz. George Weisbaum,
president, chaired the meeting.
Rabbi Mann To Speak
At Chanuka Party
A Chanuka latke party will be
sponsored by Pioneer Women
Club No. One of Miami Beach and
Bialik Branch of the Jewish Na-
tional Workers Alliance on Sun-
day, December 10, at 8 p.m. at
Kneseth Israel.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann. Mr. and Mrs.
David Friedman, who recently re-
turned from Israel, will be honor-
at the affair. Leatrice Fay Drazin.
coloratura soprano, will offer
vocal selections.
Mrs. Esther Carver is in charge
Hold Ham l)am*ik
A humorous skit, "The Five
I Mad Russians," and a men's
[ ballet will highlight the barn
J dance and- variety show to be
I sponsored by the Coral Gables
B'nai B'rith Lodge and Women's
! Chapter on Saturday, December
9. at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
Awards will be given to win-
| ners in the waltz, rumba._ fat
. man's Charleston and pie-eating
contests.
The program is under the di-
rection of Mesdames William
Hechler and Edward Marx. In
| charge of tickets are Mrs. Malka
i Frank. Other chairmen include:
j prizes. Mrs. Harry Kessler; props.
; Mrs. Murray Bush and decora-
! tions, Mrs. Arthur Bassman. Gen-
eral chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Henry Ehrenkranz and Na-
than Oberfcrst.
Rural decorations will be feat-
ured and hill-billy costumes will
I be the order of the evening.
I Square dancing will continue un-
til midnight.
Tickets may be secured at the
door and the public is invited.
Proceeds from this affair will be
used to carry on the charitable
work of B'nai B'rith in South
Florida.
Tropical Lodge 'Community Service Ball
To Aid Unit's Veterans Service Progra
The annual "Community Serv- i the coming year, it has been j
ice Ball" to be sponsored by Trop- nounced by President
Kessler.
The social < win being held
the auditorium of the J
Women's Club. 17th St. andl
Bay-shore Drive, will
Tropical Lodgi 1951 camp
for community service.
General chairman, LewisSten
shein, has announced that Ifai
Marks' Orcii,stni, the popi
University of Miami aggregate
will provide the dance music i
entertainment is planned for I
evening.
Howard Levinc, chairman oil
ticket sales committee, has I
nounced that tickets may bei
cured from all members of!
ical Lodge or at the door.
Assisting with arrangements!
the affair are Ur. Lester Gon
A. Budd Cutler, Ernest Ha
Seymour Brenner, Bed Belei
Max Braslawsky, I. win GoH
hoffe and Bei i... i Mandler.
tpohlVii Agers Te|
Mark llirfhday
With llaneo
Golden Age I- n IshipClabj
the Miami Jewish Oimmujit;
Center will n '.".:rd am
versary ,. i turday,
cember 9. at 8:30 p.m. at
center.
Dave Kleber and his orche*
will provide dancij
Tickets may be purchased itf
center office or at the door I
all proceeds are earmarked!
the construction of the YMI
WHA in Jerusa
The Golden Age Club, foil
.--.,._ in November, 1947. now boasts|
Mrs. bavitt Appointed i membership of 250 of the too
Mrs. George Savitt has been ap- \ munity's elder citizens ranging'
pointed secretary of the Women's I a^c from 50 to ,0 n,1M,lir,
Activities Group of the Flagler Its purpose, according to m
Granada Jewish Community Cen- | ** Grossman, executive mJ
ter, according to an anouncement the center.
by Mrs. Ben Clein, chairman.
The unit is holding meetings
every Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the
center building, 50 N.W. 51st
Place. Plans are now being made
for a bazaar.
the academy.
;.ns roles in the production
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Volume 23 Number 49
Pjrkula, co-chairman, and the
Mesdames Sonia Feinstein, Sonia
will be taken by Edward Gins- groides, Joseph Krantz. Minnie
burg. Melvin Sachs. Ophra Chill Bwer. Also on the committee are
Sandy Andron, Irving Kelemer. acob Tarr' Sam Cutler and I.
Bruce Shoulson, Efrom Meschel- Dereshinsky.
off Joseph Lauer and Beatrice! M__ m1m t T~---- .
Rich. Mrs. volpe To Interview
A general membership meeting Celebrated Pianist
of the academy will follow the Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview
pageant. Brief reports will be j internationally famous pianist
rendered by the various commit- I Rudolf Firkusny, on Saturday'
' December 9, at 6 p.m. over station
i Northside Women To
Hold Supper Dance
Northside Jewish Center Sis- [
: terhood will hold a smorgasbord |
supper and dance on Saturday, i
December 16, at 8 p.m. at the .
Allapattah Lions Club, 4343 N.W.
17th Ave.
Proceeds will go towards the
construction of a synagogue on Arrangements are in charge
North Miami Ave. and 64th St.
tee chairmen and greetings will
be given by the Hon. Burnett
Roth, chairman of the dinner
committee: Mrs. Louis Makovsky,
WKAT. Firkusny is appearing
with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra Sunday, De-
president of the Hebrew Academy cember 10. at Miami Beach Mu-
Women; Rabbi Gross; and Dr.
David S. Andron, president of
the academy.
nicipal Auditorium and on Mon-
day, December 11, at Miami High
School.
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation, will
open his fifth year of late Friday ',
evening services on December 8
at 8:15 p.m. His topic will be
"Why Does Civilisation Clash?"
Cantor Berale Kelemer will chant
the liturgical portion of th* serv-
ice and an Oneg Sahbbat will
follow.
age into golden age, accenW
self-dependency and assist
members in finding ways
means to happily use their lesi
time bv planning and carrying*
a social and recreational P"
gram."_____________.
Gross Unveiling
The dedication of a momi"*
to the memory oi the late Will
Gross, formerly of 33b &
Ave.. will take place Sunday
cember 10, at 2 Pfpa'fU
Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi *J
Shapiro officiating. Mr. 0^
survived by his wife, w^rf
son. three daughters, one W"l
one sister and six V'^%1
in chHJj
PalmePs Miami Monument t-|
panv. Relatives and fHe*
requested to be p
Chanuka Party SkJjU
A Chanuka party for m
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bbi Kronish To'Mm
f*.: reon Kronish, spiritual
V f Temple Beth Sholom of
; Be-u-li. will begin a series
,r film f''um lectures on
BibleSource Book of]
fan Relations," on Wednesday,
Uber 13, at 8:30 p.m. in the
Katio The lectures will be
KTiaVi of the Workshop
IjMrish Living which is spon-
L} hv the Temple's Adult
EL Committee.
hrew courses for adults are
E hrinu given as part of this
Ikshop each Wednesday eve-
Iftetween 7:45 and 8:30, under
fSvision of Sydney J.
Lnberg, principal of Beth
K?s Religious School and
fessor of Hebrew at the Uni-
Ly of Miami.
the Hebrew courses and the
lure series are open to all
tits.
U Geltner Serves
fith Marine Corps
hi Herbert B. Geltner, son of
F and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1784
tr 5th St.. is serving with the
|S Marines at the Marine Corps
Ell Elected To Nat'l Sisterhood Post
Mrs. Leon J. Ell was appointed
to the executive board of the
National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods at the group's recent
convention in Cleveland.
Mrs. Ell has been chairman of
the religious school board of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom for the past six
years, a position she continues to
hold. She is a past president of
the Beth Sholom Sisterhood, vice
president of the Israeli Group of
Hadassah and coordinator of the
Jewish National Fund trees for
the Greater Miami Chapter of
ssah. Mrs. Ell has also been ;
active in the PTA of Miami Beach j
High School and is now serving
as its treasurer, is a member of!
the executive board of the Bureau
of Jewish Education and record-
ing secretary of the Women's i
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Chcmuka Event Planned
The Sisterhood of the Down-
town Synagogue (formerly old
Beth David) will sponsor a
Chanuka program on Sunday, De-
cember 10, at 8 p.m. at the syna-
gogue. Mrs. Pearl Krieger is
chairman of the event.
Cpl. Herbert B. Geltner
|r Station. Cherry Point. N. C.
is a photographer with Air-
Jift Engineering Squadron 46.
|Cpl. Geltner, who joined Marine
ighting Squadron 142 of the
bine Air Reserve in 1948, was
Illed into active duty on October
Iwhen the unit was called back
bo to present need. He attended
Ichnical High School and the
Divers >i Miami before being
I
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rents h
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Strictly Neighbors"
Mrs. Robert S. Schwartz
Robert Schwartzes
By HELEN ALPERT
MIAMI TOUR:
Bob Epstein, forme/ newsman here, is spending a vacation
until December 16 visiting his folks, the Louis A. Epsteins of 1461
S.W. 1st St. He's now on the magazine staff of the Philadelphia
inquirer. (You may remember his fine editorial cartoons.) With
him come greeting from Philly's Buddy Sacks, the nephew of Mrs.
Fran Joseph, Meridian Avenue's gift to the "residential" protective
league .
Latest news from Jo (Florida Fashion) Hochmann is his
"season" quarterly to be called the Miami Industrial Reporter,
strictly for the trade and manufacturers The Harry Goldbergs'
son, Bert, U. of M. Hurricane ed last year, won election as chapter
secretary of Sigma Delta Chi. honorary journalism fraternity. Al-
ready, they're wagering he'll be president, too .
ART:
Thanks to Sondra Palmer for her interesting note on Joseph
Zappler. Zappler has occupied a Roney-Plaza studio for J6 years,
doing celebrated portraits of such personalities as Pres. Truman,
Gen. MacArthur. Walter Winchell, Joe di Maggio, Lionel Barrymore.
Hildegarde. Now, at last, Zappler has found his own "home for
culture"in his own new home! Finishing touches include a magni-
ficent studio. It's at 2200 S.W. 2nd Ave. Scheduled there is an early
exhibit of his paintings.
OUR RESIDENTS:
Our residents are now welcoming winter's first arrivals. Fresh
in fiom Beverly Hills. Calif., via plane-flights from St. Louis and
New York, is Mrs. Ann Miller, who enjoys living near her daughter, Yfflko HnmP linrp
[artin W, Spector, 1501 Yen, ra Ave.. Coral Gables. Mrs. Miller A- ,
Ices her home in a spdbiotU, 8-windowed room in the charming After a wedding trip through
remont Hotel. Miller, Inc. en Flagler St. and upper Collins Ave. j Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
are two in the apparel-chain headed bv her son. Rudolph T. Miller i>vlv:,n,lScnwar,J; are llving at
The zestful Paterson, X J. couple, the Murray Licbcrmans. are 5W\ ,th Terr: Tne couple
ady to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary on December
lh half a million of their local friends. They were chatting
plans yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fredericks, over
l the Claremont's sunshine The Fredericks' daughtei
married to Irving Spaet of Forest Hillshe's Judge Spael's > ,'. ', y.n. Sn,''"man- daughter
* I of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Sher-
Uncle and Aunt Mr. and Mrs. Nate Herzka, and cousin Mrs. P1an' 2436 SW' 1Ith ,SK Th9
e Hamme sley of M45 N.E. 1st Ave. are rolling out the '[Woom is the son of Mr. and
rthei Cl lives. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rosenzweig. MJ *?u2. c- Schwartz, 1786
th International Harvester ... Ditto for the Leonard Kahns -,' ,n. u'"- ,, .
( : Bi oklyn. on their first South Florida trip, who are seeing Euclid p bride was attended by her
M ind Mrs David Dubin. That's Mrs. Kahn's brother "IS tl- Misa Lee Sherman. Norman
it. r-in-law. The Kahns have prettj 5-year-old Marsha sun- s['hw"rt,7, sei v<^?. as be?* man for
,. ... them !hls .b,other- T bridegroom's
City and into the Hotel Good are the Samuel I cousln- Mrs- Lenore Schwartz.
SI imily associates of Mr. am! .Mrs. David Rosner in the \ I S01o,sJ:
f this fami telry | ^A Reception followed
' !' esidence has been opened for Mr. and
thu Winarick, and everybody's hailing their return.
Win rick, ol irse, eator of the fabulous Concord Hotel in
S n Jules left this week for the New York office.
e the nation's most lavish golf
' ven eel litional and ancient St. Andrews in Scot-
:"' st fel ". the informal luncheon given by
. i :. n al Hotel New Yorker. Presiding was Sadie Betrothal Announced
exchanged vows on November 12
in the Coral Gables Jewish
Center.
The bride is the former Miss
the cere-
mony.
Both bride and bridegroom are
graduates of Miami High School.
Mr. Schwartz was graduated from
the University of Miami and
.served in the army.
Smilen Fri
IT/O.Y:
w.:. rhaven's Lew Kantor reports that Martha and son
J ulminated house-hunting with a smart apartment on Byron
Ave. Lew and the in last Friday Prominent in
meeting of the important Hotel Sales Managers As-
' S uth Flor Abe Allenberg, Abe Halperin;
nd J. J. SI : the Leamington: Henrv J. Stupell
-N nan. and Jack Mendes. Former "Hollywood
Mendes is now managing the Atlantis
IJVD PERSONAL:
Betrothal of Miss Gertrude Lois
Koren to Robert Harold Forman
has been announced by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koren.
owners of the King Cole Hotel.
Miami Beach. Her fiance is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E.
Forman of Lykens, Pa.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and attended the University of
the many who phoned and wrote meI Miami, where she was a member
in I i continue getting your notes "f Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Tl ctly Neigh lumn was'almost "strictly Mr. Koren. a Phi Epsilon Pi
i use Dver there on an ge :n this issue of The membor, was graduated from
lory on- .....I else0fashions and Harnsburg Academv and the Uni-
j versity of Miami.
%
urdine's
plays Santa to the South
Six festive selling floors, gift-
packed in every department
Open every Monday niqht 'til 9
for your shopping convenience
Where Quality and Price Meet
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Personally Speaking
after a visit with her son-in-law and dauahter m* ^ew
Brettholtz. 3471 S.W. 9th Terr. Mrs. KachaUkv r ^ **
birth of her first grandchild this summer e hete '<
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz, 2701 SW
were hosts at a party in honor of the third Kmvj 4th
daughter, Elaine.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sounders, 1333 SW 91* *
Ihe birth of a daughter, Karen Debra. "on JL2S
dayol
Jfloral Jfcstiuitu
Flowers on your Table
Flowers throughout the house
every bloom adds the glow of
natural beauty to your holiday *
lestivities.
Plants & Corsages S2.50 up
Zhe
IxoticGorkis
3
tic
Miami
Phone
9-8416 and 2-0519
Miami Beach
Phone
5-2961
Send Flowers By Wire
f TIDES i
ON TNI OCIAN AT 12th ST.
Wr :ti.. h&ppy i"
mi tin- re-openlng
of our Kosher
Dining Room
Fridav, December 8th ^
catering to a ilit-iit.-le
a. Blrtng :i st rlctly
k -h.-i- culatne
i ipen to the
public
ReMi vatloni
mikit.-Mi-.|
Phon.- ".-67)1
pounce the
at St. Francis Hospital. Mr* Smmdm'^o^oM^rft'
flew here Sunday from New York to welcome her n *
* *
Marvin Apte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte 43s c
Road, is studying at the Mexico City College, the onlv A '
liberal arts college in Latin America
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Klein, 1025 8th St. Miami B*. t.
leaving for New York Tuesday to await the arrivals*
daughter's baby and to attend the wedding ol a niec
will be gone a month.
* *
Wintering in Miami Beach is Abraham Cahan
The Jewish Forward, who was recently honored on hismn.
birthday. Mr. Cahan is at 2372 Alton Road
* *
The bris of Jeffrey Van Pulver, son of Mr. and Mr* fi-j
B. Pulver, 1893 S.W. 22nd St., was held Sunday at the h3
his parents. The baby's grandfather, Jacob Pulver served
Sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wertheimer. as godparents n
Rabbi Murray Grauer and the Rev. Philip Freed officiated.
"^ ^* ^K
Perennial winter visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Am*
Brooklyn and Pattenburg, N. J., have arrived to spend the wir*
at Miami Beach. Accompanying them this year are their sori
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Daniel; also their c
children. Franklin and Leslie. While here they will be'w
tained by the Arndt's nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs Fn
Thompson, of 1241 N.W. 58th Terr.
* -It *
Saul Bernstein, administrator of the Union of Orthodox u
gregations of America, and Mrs. Bernstein arrived here this we
and are staying at the Strath Haven Hotel.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Abram L. Sachar were hosts at a dinner
last Thursday at the Delano Hotel. Guests included Mrs. .
Hartz, Mrs. Jennie Gordon, Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Fred
Shochet.
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IpilDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1950
ISMART ATTIRE
FASHION SH
by HELEN ALPERT
i fashion forecasts painted glamor and gold into the
season for a glamor-and-gold audience on Tuesday at
jjhe Westview Country Club's opening fashion-
luncheon.
Every reservation was filled, reported Mrs. Sydney
r Weintraub, chairman of the event, for the 300
Lomen members and guests who attended the special
^urdine's staging of "Resort Holiday" styles. Noted
the tables was a group entertained by Miss Polly
x. who wore a pink satin cap-hat and matching
Isatin scarf Mrs. Stephen Dryfoos in a Hattie
Carnegie navy gabardine suit Mrs. Harold Land-
field in a tangerine wool one-piece dress, and a black
relvet hat she recently brought from Paris Mrs.
ffiobert Green, the former Nancy Greif, in a black
irocade cocktail suit and a small perked white hat
Miss Kuth Friedman, a committee-member, in
black wool dress trimmed with a white faille collar
+Je*ist>nor*fter
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KEYNOTES WESTVIEW GALA
OW-LUNCHEON TUESDAY
cUprb\thaaNVheiVet b,T' Studded with a rhinestone
ha? Mrc rIT^T and on her blck velvet
v^et-ri!nmedRstbrearwSatLeVy "" SUU a"d ^
nrr,?^1C.tl0ns from the Burdine's "Playbill" cleverlv
Kh^n^ Vfashions with wS2
iist such coming attractions as:
h,,S.rbe f Stoles for the well-dressed woman-
skbfs&s banc-theme th,s ~-
assft^outfits in goid cith r wid-
SSf^^'edS,; drCSSeS StHped COttonS
cashmere luxury jackets for men;
velveteen pea-jackets in all colors for women;
the all-around pleated skirt;
white fox as the newest and most important fur-
sweater-coats for men.
Spotlighted was Howard Greer's sensational de-
parture in swim suit styling, now including such
"dress" details as peaked strapless necklines and
hip-cuffs for the new long look. Summer toppers for
swim suits will now follow a trend toward lace and
gold cloth shorty coats. Opening bathing suit number
unveiled for the "Season in the Sun" act was a $75
gold swimsuit and its gold lace shortie.
Net came in for a heavy share of attention, with its
use as a side-drape from either the hips c* the collar-
line; or as an apron-effect over luxury lounging
pajamas.
Also emphasized throughout the show was the
colorful and dramatic new accessory, the Christian
Dior stole. Worn as a cape, a shawl, a wrap or an
ornament, the stole was evidenced even for beach-
wear, in a turkish toweling stripe.
Mounting in popularity will be the colors tangerine
and papillon yellow, it was prophesied.
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M's. Mitchell Wolfson. upper left, attending the fashion luncheon at Westview
f"niry Club Tuesday, wore e street frock of gold jersey with a gold orchid. Mrs.
ye Spencer, wife of the Westview Club treasurer, chose an Adele Simpson
'"ardine suit with contrasting dark accessories." As she appeared at Tuesday's
'Wheon is Mrs. Leonard Abess in a grey herringbone suit by Irene, with navy blue
etching bag. gloves and shoes, and one of the new modified "jockey" bonnets with
-*reV veiling. Chairman of the fashion luncheon was Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub
handsome suit completed with brown velvet bag and shoes and felt hat trimmed
2 brwn velvet-dotted veil. Mrs. David Fleeman attended the gala function in a
!*M wool grey with white accessories and a stone-martin, while her companion,
".Joseph Davis wore the popular combination of beige and tangerine. Alligator
*ed her bag and shoes. At lower left, a threesome of younger set attendees chat.
Sanford Kramer's suit is two-piece linen in coral and white. Mrs. Charlotte^
Weinstein complemented her beige silk shantung suit with one of the few large hats
seen at the style show, and Mrs. Shirley Bronner wore this navy linen, buttoned-
down-the-side skirt, topped by a long-sleeved embroidered bolero and unusual white
blouse. Center luncheon group is composed of Mrs. Sena Waxel. Mrs. Helen Lux,
Mrs. Faye Nash and Miss Polly Lux. This mother daughter group included Mrs.
Jerome C. Hofmayer, Mrs. Roy Schechter and her mother, Mrs. Mitche'l Wolfson,
and Mrs. Hofmayer's mother. Mrs. Arthur Ungar. Mr. Ungar is Westview Club's
president. Mrs. Hofmayer's frock is a Herbert Sondheim model in winter white
jersey offset by a Spanish velvet collar studded with jewels and sequins. Mrs.
Schechter wore a cocoa linen blouse and black velvet skirt. Tangerine velvet hat and
matching tangerine bag spotlighted Mrs. Ungar's outfit.
Photos taken by Arthur Degutz of Ardmore Studio. Miami Beach, especially for
publication in The Jewish Floridian.
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delicious Jewish-American Home Cooked Meals
specializing in Full Course Meat or Dairy Dinners
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South American Souvenirs and Jewelry
Phone 58-3579
2301 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida


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Jl^AY^ECQ^g
SOUTHWEST KOSHER
FOOD MARKET
Strictly Kosher
Fresh Meats, Poultry &
Delicatessen
1007 S. W. 27th Ave.
Phone 4-3926
Under the supervision of the
Greater Miami Vaad
Hakpshruth
FREE DELIVERY
One Trial Will Convince You"
Dorotliv Michelson, Louis Dresner Speak
Vows iii Double-Ring Service At Sorrento
The Sorrento Hotel was the
setting for the marriage of Miss
Dorothy Michelson to L iuis Dn -
ner ori Sunday. November 19-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman road the
double-ring service, and Jack
Prince was soloist.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Michelson, 70S
Ave., Miami Beach, Mr.
Dresner's parents are the Barney
Dresners, 1011 4th St.. Miami
Beach.
1- her wedding the bride
B ballerina length gown of
nylon net with Alencon lace
bodice. Her full-length French il-
lusion veil fell from a satin and
seed pearl cap. and she carried a
bouquet of white carnations ccn-
attendant in general hospital and tered with two hybrid orchids.
POSITION WANTED
Many years experience as kosher
butcher. Full or part time. Union
man. Also 10 years experience as
mental institution.
Call Mr. Sweetin, 48-8631
BABY SITTER
Do you need reliable baby sitter
She wore a pearl necklace and a
diamond-studded wrist watch, a
gift of the bridegroom.
Mrs. Harold Michelson was
matron of honor in a gown of pale
blue lace. She and Mr. Michelson
flew in from California for the
for your precious child? Day or i ^ man {or his brother.
night. References.
CALL 2-8664. APT. 4
SINGLE WOMAN
45. wishes to meet nice man. Age
net important. I have good in-
coire and nice disposition. Wish
to find good natured gentleman
with business or income.
Write Mrs. G.
Box 2973. Miami 18
yner
His Violin
and
Orchestra
For All Your Social Functions
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Partiei
PHONE 83-7581
DREAM HAVEN LODGE
1681 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach
Telephone 5-1333
The Only Hotel That Gives
Specialized Care to Personal
Diets and Light Nursing
Attention
REV. ABRAHAM SEIF
CERTIFIED MOHEL
Experienced in Leading
Hospitals in New York
Call 5-1682
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT
Meat market in excellent
neighborhood with 2000 Jew-
ish families. Fully equipped.
Carries kosher meat, poultry
& delicatessen. Well estab-
lished with good following.
Fir.e opportunity for responsi-
ble, experienced party.
Write Mr. S.
Box 2973. Miami 18
WOMAN WANTED
40-45. neat, understand kosher
ccoking; sleep in: general house-
work (light): salary and time <\'f
arranged. 2 Adults 2 Children
in Family.
Call Mrs. Sam Fuchs 86-5121
The bride's mother wore navy
I lue crepe, while the bridegroom's
mother was attired in Eleanor
blue lace. Both chose a double
silver orchid corsage.
A : tt ption and dinner followed
the ceremony.
The former Miss Michelson
from Miami Beach
nd attended Florida
State University and the Uni-
ty of Miami. Her husb
graduate of Trenton Central
Sch ioI. He served in the
navy for two years and is now
ant transportation director
of the Miami Beach Police De-
lent.
Upon their return from a wed-
trip to Nassau, the couple
will reside at 901 4th St.. Miami
Bi
IN PERSON!
JAN PEERCE
Sunday, Jan. 21st
Miami Beach Auditorium
Tickets Now on Sale at
Miami Beach Auditorium
and
Stevens Travel Service
1905 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-3473
PETER'S
Drive lender
"Barbecue Ribs and
Chicken"
(Opposite the Jai-Alai)
Ph. 88-9385
3799 N. W. 36th Street
OPERA GUnj>
OT GREATER M|fl
Presents
FERRUCCIO
Tagliavfay
Supported By World p
writ
Jn. W-13 M senior 1^
CARMEN
With All Met Stars
Feb. 24-Dade County Ad
tor.urn; Feb. 26Mianvi fcS
Auditorium Ulam> Beach
For Tkfret Reservation aid
Membership Call Wri-.
9.1332 Burdme-. ""
58-7575 Miami Beach a..
3-5123 Cordelia" RM|
5-0436o,'aom' Beach Aud.
OPERA GUIL.D
625 S. W. 29,h Rd. 3.^
CHANUKA GREETINGS
To Our Many JewUh Friwd,
And Patrons ...
LARRY MARKS & CO
120 N. W. 1st Street '
>^^^WA^W-
Mrs. Louis Dresner
Dolores Gloria Farkas Becomes Mrs. Bramson
A double-ring candlelight serv- Harry Bramsons, 638 6th St., Mi-
ii at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel i ami Beach.
The bride wore a white satin
on October 29 united in marriage
Miss Dolores Gloria Farkas and
Edward Bramson. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman performed the cere-
mony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farkas, 1225
West Ave.. Miami Beach. The
bridegroom's parents are the
IIIISBll \\
LESSONS
By Experienced Teacher
Phone 58-0751, Room 207
NORMA KAYE
Teacher of
DICTION PHONETICS
Speech Impediment Correction
Call 58-4822 Evenings
gown with cathedral train. An
orange blossom crown secured her
long illusion veil, and she carried
a white bible topped with orchids.
Mrs. Marcia Levenson served
as matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Miss Charlotte Safra and
Miss Ellie Lieberman. All at-
tendants wore pastel gowns and
carried pink and white bouquets.
Best man was David Dubow.
Seating guests were Maurice
Levenson, Gilbert Levin. Jimmy
Mack and Raymond Bookman.
Following a reception, the
couple left for an extended honey-
moon in Havana.
LINCOLN MANOR
KOSHER RESTAURANT
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
FULL COURSE DINNERS
prom V
OPEN 4 P.M. TO 10 P.M.
Phone 58-5669 ior Reservations
Books open for catering for all occasions.
Featuring Bar Milzvas. Weddings, Banquets
Seating from 25 to 600
FREE NO. 2 LINCOLN ROAD
PARSING ON THE OCEAN
Rosenthals Live
In Knoxvillc
A.iron B. Rosenthal. former Mi-
amian. and his recent bride, the
former Miss Miriam Korman, arel
making their home in Knoxville.'
Tenn., where the bridegroom is
affiliated with the Tennessee
Valley Authority,
The couple was married Sep-
tember 10 in Cleveland. The bride,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Korman. Cleveland Heights. O,
attended Ohio State University.
Mr t.Rosenthal. son of Mrs.
Jeanette Stolfi. 1437 S.W. 7th St..
is a graduate of Georgia Tech and
ved his master of mechanical
engineering from Ohio State.
The couple honeymooned in the
South.
TWENTY-THIRD SEASON 1950-51
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER. Guest Conductor
RUDOLPH FIRKUSNY, Pianist
Miami ivart |
v n : I
RUDOLPH
FIRKUSNY
Sunday Eve.. D-<\ 10. :<:
Municipal Auditorium
Monday I've., Dec. 11, :il
HlKll BOBOOl
SINGLE TICKETS $1 50, ";'''.'",
TICKETS ON SALE: I', of M S ......'.-.!.>.'
0, i towntown off .
M B. Radio Co., 58-757;. >'' (.J!i
AmMon'a Mu.lc Co., 1-2070
Jean's Candy Shoppe,
M.B.
AMERICAN aad pu"
(tp) Endor.ad by Union of
. Orlhodo. Jwih Con-
aragolions of America
mmgff*
Dining Room
Available 1r
Weddings.
Bar Mitavaa.
All Social
Functions
Ardmora siuilio
Mrs. Edward Bramson
Carol Suzanne Adler
Betrothal Revealed
Making plans for a spring wed-
ding are Miss Carol Suzanne
Adler and Stanley D. Caidin.
whose engagement has been an-
nounced by the bride-elect's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Adler, 805 Noremac Ave.. Miami
Beach. Mr. Caidin is the son of
the Nathan Caidins. 727 Jefferson
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Miss Ad'.er is a student at the
University of Miami. Her fiance,
a graduate of the University of
Florida Law School, is an attorney
associated with Aronovitz and
Aronovitz.
FOR RENT
Furnished room for 2 working
girls, close to shopping and buses.
S12 a week.
216C S.W. 1st Street
GORDON ROOFING AND
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Hava you. root repair** now; you
will aav* on a new roof later
"Satlafaetory Work by
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LlDAYjDECEMBER 8, 1950
[400 Attend Temple
pinner Meeting
I ftiiir hundred members of
L'plt. Israel attended the 1950-
Isi semi-annual dinner meeting
In the congregation at the temple
ljast Wednesday evening.
Thl. meeting was arranged by
Lfrs B. W. Slote, chairman, as-
I by the Mesdames Herman
Under, Martin C. Bloch, Harry
Carlton, Gordon Davis, Jacob
Bnpstein, Nathan Feika, Max
Boltsberg, Ada E. Joseph, Harry
jevins, G. Louis Mendelson, Mar-
. Frank A. Perlman,
|arlV V Simons, Elry Stone,
Henry E. Wolff. Louis Zeientz.
The meeting opened with a
jayer service conducted by Dr.
Joseph R- Narot. Max Meisel,
{resident, made his report and
Introduced committee chairmen
Cno gave reports.
| Jules Pearlman, recently retired
^resident of the congregation, an-
nounced that the installation
ervices for Dr. Narot will be held
hn Friday evening, December 22
End that Dr. Maurice N. Eisen-
Irath. president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
i-ill serve as installing officer.
**"**fl#fcrfe>#7
p|ihim us Lodge
IVui|l |0v 500 persons heard Judge
B.; Adams, past grand master of
Ic Masons of Florida, deliver the
Irincipal address at the dedica-
|on exercises of the Hibiscus
j)dge ... sonic Temple at 10th
|i. and Alton Road, Miami Beach
Tuesday night.
J ticipating in the pro-
tum were Morris Rabinowitz,
lorshipful master of Hibiscus
. J.unes L. Mixon, junior
^and warden of the Masons of
nd Perry V. Ross.
fcputy grand master of the 23rd
Stl l
Refreshments which followed
te ceremony were provided
I ; courtesy of Bernard
Biter ol .lack and Jill Caterers.
|The building, the largest and
pjt modern blue lodge structure
Florida contains' a banquet
pll. C | lete kitchen facilities,
pge room, meeting rooms.
Bassey Stars In Drama
Raj Massey, noted stage I
Jov. st.i; ; in "Seasoned Timber,"
JBthi: -i the radio series, Lest |
Forget -Stories To Remem-1
lr, to be heard Sunday, Decem- |
f 10. at ;i:30 p.m. over station I
(AT.
|The pi j am is produced by the l
Istituu of Democratic Education |
la presented through the co-1
eration of Tropical Lodge, B'nai I
|r:th. and the Florida regional I
%w. Anti-Defamation League
[ B'ikii ll'iith.
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GOOD NEWS FOR RESIDENTS OF
CORAL GABLES AND VICINITY!
MR. SAUL Kl MUM z
^ Who has served you for the past twenty years
? is back at the
?
?
^ 207 Almeria Avenue
Kenholz Kosher Meat Market
Tenth B'nai B'rith Lodge in South Florida received a charter
are (I. to r.) Oscar Goldstein of New York ritv naaUeZZI .'
secretary District Grand Lodge Z o SSttfuS lW.to
^ty District Grand Lodge No. Five; lodge president Ben
ofcTr- and'f^h' rece,v,n9 th 9vel; E. Albert Pallot. insUlUng
B'naT k'riih I j* leSlden\ Lthe F1d State Federation of
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Telephone 48-0346 ?
A complete line of strictly kosher meat and poultry
Wholesale and Retail
We also supply hotel and restaurant needs
FREE DELIVERY
?
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?
We invite our old customers and new friends to insDect our T
premisesyou will see only the finest of WESTERN meats, i
? as Mr. Kenholz receives his meat DIRECT FROM THE +
WEST.
?
J WEST. 4
? Mr. Kenholz Will Assume Management and +
+ Be Open For Business ?
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Students of the Hebrew High poses and Programs of the school TUnder Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth X
School will participate in a round ','"..,?'{?"". *&. Jt'*ish C^~
..Li. j:___ lour on Sunday, December
- Associated l'hoi-i
Students To Participate In Radio Discussion
table Hi eus h n on th U"a' H"ur on Sunda-V- December
table discussionon the aims, pur- | 10, at 2 p.m. over station WFEC.
Be Open For Business
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10th ?
.-Jrvision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth q>
Miami's Foremost Vegetarian. Dairy and Fish
RESTAI RANT
OPENS
SUNDAY
DEC. 10 .* P.M.
SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH, DINNER
SAME DELICIOUS FOODS
SAME MANAGEMENT
841 Washington Ave., M. B. Phone 5-9182
100% AIR-CONDITIONED
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
WARNS THE PUBLIC
To buy only in stores where the sign of the G.M.V.H.
H 1 D i is displayed
AND ANNOUNCES
That signs such as "traditional dinners," "kosher style,"
definitely do not assure kashruth
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth
Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595
Harry Sixkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel, Treas.
SMASHING LOW PRICES
ON FISHING TACKLE
HARDWAREPAINTSGUNSAMMUNITIONAPPLIANCES
THE TOWER TIRE CO. SELLS MORE FISHING TACKLE THAN
ANY STORE OF ITS KIND IN FLORIDA.
/) you don't /mi/ from Tower you pay nearly twice as much
HEAVY DUTY BOAT
ROD AND REEL
... NOW
REG. S25.00 VALUE.
COMPLETE
NYLON BRAIDED LINE 15. 20. BAc
27. J6 and Lb. Tsst SpoolOV
FLEX RODS
595
Bog. 11.95 NOW
NYLON LINE. Th. Bil Jfl 00
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Stainless LEADER WIPE. 2b fc
Ft. No*. 1-S each. Fe 250 YH. REEL Heavy Duly S*3S
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Su 1 to 5100. Rsa. 52.S0
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Hog. S19.95
1^50
LARGE ALUMINUM
TACXLE BOX. Reg. $7.95
LEAD SINKERS loz. to_ B-os. S4 29
liiss. 1 lb. 29c
5 Ibt
S3
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BUCsT.15. Reg. $3.50 .. A
FOLD.-NG CRAB THAPS
Reg. SI.S0 each
NO. 1 BRASS SWIVELS
Reg. 5c ench
1000 FLUGS
Reg. $1.25 $1.40
GAS LAMPS. 2 BURNERS Q.G
Reg. 514.00 *
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Reg. $11.55 ____
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99
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TIRES6.00x16
Popular Name, Plus Tax
TIRE CO.
PH. 9-2201
YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD
AND CLOTHING-DON'T LET THEM DOWN!
SEND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS!

Be
0.1>ce


Shipping Charges
incl. duties
ONLY
44 y per
**r pound
This price in-
cludes all taxes
and duties.
Your Relative
pays nothing
in Israel.
No Extras
VrfE*
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 Vegeta-
bles; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake
and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice: 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas.
Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit:
8 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs.
Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea;
2 lbs. Spices.
SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF!
We
Mc p
the
noth
CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL!
ship to Israel your self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only
per lb. for shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of
offices of Farr Tours. (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb) Your relatives have
""fl to pay there. (Outside Metropol. Area charges ,or self-packed parcels slightly higher.)
FOR FAST DELIVERY
BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES
FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS
Family Kosher Food Parcels
PARCLl 17- Iftib.............$11.75
4 lb Meat
6 cans Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Butter
1 lb. Oil
U lb. Egg
1 can Sardines
4 oz. Tea
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
2 pkg. Noodle Soup
' 2 lb. S .gar
Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 16 25 lb.............$12.75
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Dried Fruit
1 can Salmon
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle Soup
PARCEL 19 35 lb.............$18.75
lb. Meat
cans Milk
lb. Butter
lb. Margarine
lb. Veg. Fat
lb. Rice
lb. Split Peas
lb. Sugar
1 lb. Prunes
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Oil
2 cans Salmon
2 can Sardines
10 Lollypops
4 ox. Tea
16 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mix
'i lb. Egg Powder
? lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb Oil
2 lb. Sugar
2 lb. Lima Beans
2 lb. Barley
'- lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 18-|5 lb.............$12.50
6 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb Cocoa
Send your check or money order or
come in person for your certificate.
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheese
BRAND NEW
Philco Refrigerator
$240.00 Plus duties
Ako 1951 WESTTNGHOUSE
REFRIGERATORS
"Ow Mo iaport fiMBM
n,CMrr. No red tape.
FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO
NEW YORK OFFICE:
145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y.
MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE:
377 BLAKE AVE.. B'KLYN 12. N. Y.
Seven (7) other high class food
parcels, 'lightning fast delivery"
from two to four days, contain-
ing up to 7 lbs. of Meat,
inquire et the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
Farr Tours
Roney PUa
2315 Collins Avenue
Tel. 5-5327 5-5
Uptown Office
638 Collins Avenue
Tel H-14T2
New ... all five 1951 Westing,
house Refrigerators are now
available without import license,
no red tape.
Inquire at the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
CIGARETTES and SOAP
200 Cigarettes incl. duties tQ nc
and delivery JT.TJ
6 bars fancy face f o qq
200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face
soap, inclusive duties and de-
liveries by Air- tl A Q*\
Express ____ #*?*


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*Jewlsi> n&rMten
raPAVDECEMRPH fl,
The Showcase of Good Food
The GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
. 420 1INC01N R00
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5-2978 S
Beth David PTA
Fetes Students
Over 600 students of the Beth
David Sunday School were guests
at a Chanuka party given by the
Beth David PTA Sunday morning
at the synagogue. Mrs. Nathan
Davidow was in charge.
The PTA was host to 200 chil-
dren of the Hebrew school on
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wil-
liam Rosenberg was chairman and
Mrs. Albert Levine refreshments
chairman.
Kindling of the Chanuka lights,
recitation of the blessings, ex-
change of gifts and holiday songs
and games were features of both
parlies.
Obituaries
TO ALL GREETINGS
_, .. Enriched Academic. Commercial
Nursery Thru 12th Grade ^^rxTxr:r^^n
Schools
Inquires Invited 1010 West Ave.. M.B. Ph. 5-0606
m (ylmtim \7^
0:oA y&uA,
CLARENCE POLLACK
i,i .. 2125 \\'Hh|n"ton Ave., pnnsed
sway November 28. He rnme to Miami ,
from V'allev Stream and m sales-
man. He leaves his wife, Rosalie, one
daughter. Mrs. Jam I Propper, "f
Vallev Sf. iMi. Services were r<>n-
durted Dec-ember l it the Miami Beach
Riverside Chapel with Rabbi Moshay I
v Mann of'ifJatins'.
ELLIS LABY
58, of 115 fith st. passed away
November 28. He came here from
Bmoklvn Mr. Laby l i l as the result
,,r f:iii hlle pointIna al n hotel
on Miami Beach. He leaves his wife.
Bather. The remains were sen! i"
Brooklyn for services and Interment
i.\ tii.- wisml Reach Riverside.
MRS. SADIE HENDEL
SO, of 331 74th St., passed away
November JO A resident for -'" years
Mrs. 1Iti<1'1 leaves five sons Including
Dr. David Mendel, of Miami Beach;
one dauahter, Mrs Mamye fluttman,
115 srandchllilren and !' eraat-grand-
I children. Mrs. Hendel and her hus-
I band, also deceased, formarly oper-
ated the National Market at 4th St.
and Collins Ave Servir.-s "ere con-
I ducted at the Miami IteaPh Riverside
with Riihbl Philip Pried offi, iat'ne.
i interment to,,k place In Mt Blnal
; Cemeterv.
MRS. BEATRICE M. WINKLEMAN
.',3 of 1012 Meridian Ave., pas.seil
away in a Beach hospital December
t. she was employed as a secretary
i.v Nathan Straus Duparquct. Sur-
viving Is a sister. Miss Nan Winkle-
man, of Miami Reach. The remains
were sent to Philadelphia h> Miami
Beach Riverside
MRS. ANNA MARKS
7.". of 1334 Washington Ave.. passed
awav in Beach hospital on December
I She came from New York City
I three years ago and is survived by a
i son .liilisn and one daughter. Diana.
of Miami Beach. The remains were
sent to New York for services and
Interment hv Miami Peach Riverside.
BERTHA STERN
7S. of 3KX5 N.w. :.th St.. passed
I away In a local hospital on December
4. She came here from Raltlmore two
' weeks ago and Is survived by her
| husband Leopold; two daughters Mrs.
S..| Kolaml. of Miami and Mrs. I.eo
' Kiehberg. of Taeoma Park. Md. The
I remains were sent to Maryland for
services and Interment by Miami
i Riverside
MRS. MOLLIE BERG
7ft. of 6i> Ocean Drive, passed away
I December 3 in a Reach hospital. The
I remains were sent to New York for
I services and interment by the Miami
! Riverside.
SfcNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
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See it hear it play it NOW ... A
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Acrosonic truly is The gift for your family I
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Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
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OPEN EVENINGS
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Female Impersonators
CLUB
JEWEL BOX
formerly the Frolic
13th St-McArthur Causeway
STARRING
JACKIE MAYE
AND A CAST OF
30 People
Bigger & Better
Than Ever
PH. 3-6983 or 9-3100
THE NOODLES j
WITH THE 3
HOME-MADE FLAVOR!
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN M
Pure
EGG NOODLES
Simply delicious! Serve
with soup cheese .
as a side-dish. Fit in
delightfully with meat^r
dairy menus, a whole-
some, tempting treat any
and every way!
The taste tells you they're good!
The name tells you they're Kosher!
PALM
14 N.E. 24th St.
Distributed by
insi mill ius. ix.
Miami 37, Fl. Phone 34J8 I
SHERRY NORMANDIE
RESTAURANT
Normandie Itle At The Fountain
FOUR WORDS
that have made ui famous:
/ Quality / Service
/ Comiort / Atmosphere!
Serving The Largest Variety
of Sea Food in Greater Miami
Completely Remodeled and
Redecorated
Steaks Chops
Southern Fried & Broiled
Chicken
Mrs. Horn's
llakery
1171 S. W. 8th Strett
Serving Yon -|
With the finest line ol
Pastry, Bread & Rolls
Wedding & Birthday (
to Order
Open All Day Sunday
Coil 3-1653
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To All Our Friends and Customers
Our Best Wishes For a Happy Chanuka
BRASLAWSKY S
Kosher TV73 Market
SPECIAL CHANUKA SALE
A trial will convince you that we carry only
+ QUALITY MEAT AT FAIR PRICES
# Your telephone orders will receive our personal attention I
:1675 Alton Road Free Delivery Phone 5-7W]
Under Strict Supervision of Rabbi Moses MescheloK
*??????????????????????<
THE OPENING OF OUR NEW
tiUpbtai BSSl
HERE-S the easy way to have the money you wjHj*
Christmas; money for gifts, for taxes, or for year
Join the weekly-payment class that best suits yo ^
purpose; put in a little each week; receive a substam
check next December.
Simple, isn't it? But it's the surest way we know U
Merry Christmas and a debt-free New Year.
irovide I
North Miami Savings
BUILDING & LOAN
ASSOCIATION
N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St
Py Each V.>rk >< ^
Ko, :., Weeks NeSt **
J.W
r,rr IS*-**
SI cc JlOO-e*
11.00 |S*
I5.0C ,;,>,<)
$10 00 i f-infll4
Shepard Broad,
President
Max Dreyer.Member, Feder* *
Secretary ",surfl""


HDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1950
Hadassah Groups
ill Meet Monday
Eleven groups of Hadassah will
^Jenistflericiian
Saul Kenholz Takes Over
Gables Kosher Market
Saul Kenholz, who has just re-
turned from a trip to Europe
announced this week that be-
ginning Sunday, December 10 he
their regular meetings on IJY1'1 tak-' over the operation of
I. urs Milton Sirkin, president M _'"'
* i Greater Miami Chapter of ^S^SS&^V^T *
h.
Scheduled are:
.... past
two decades, will maintain a
strictly kosher meat and poultry
GroupSans Souci b"sjncss under the su n ol
-Hotel. 1:30 p.m. Guest speaker, I?0, .Greater
firs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Harm ih Sennesch Group
Robert Richter Hotel, 1:30 p.m.
Clrtt "T" ^*'f,ncf' All T.:iHi*c"
lease All Ladies.
Hakashruth.
He has issued an invitation to
the residents ol the area I
sunally inspect the pre
Kenholz stated that he ha:
Herzl-Temple Beth Sholom, i holz will supply hotels and res-
}144 Chase Ave.. 1 p.m. Program ] taurants.
rill be "Experiment in Color"
Double Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sarah
Alexander and her husband, Mor-
ris Alexander, will take place
Sunday, December 10. at 1:30 p.m.
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Mr. Alexander is survived by one
brother, Morris, and one sister.
Gittel Rosen, both of Tulsa Okla..
and a brother-in-law, Melvin
Chernock of Chicago. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Palmer's
Miami Monument Company.
Jd "Cruse in Oil."
Israeli GroupLincoln Manor,
! Lincoln Road at 1 p.m. Program
rill be 'Experiment in Color and
[ruse in Oil."
Menorah GroupHome Milk
Auditorium. 2200 N.W. 7th Ave.
Program will be skit.
Mt. ScopusSyrian Lebanon
American Club. 2626 S.W. 3rd
A i 1 o'clock. Principal speak-
er. Stanley Myers.
Shaloma Group will meet at
|he Sorrento Hotel at 1 o'clock.
Program will be "Chanuka in
ferae! "
Stephen S. Wise GroupMonte
grlo Hotel, Collins Ave. at 1
b'clock. "Experiment in Color"
pnd Cruse in Oil."
Miami Beach B. & P.Miami
each Jewish Center. 17th and
Ave. at 8:30 p.m. Guest! Fifth annual Friday review-
be Mrs. Leonard series will open on Friday, De-
j cember 8, at 1:15 p.m. at Temple
B. & P.Miami Jewish ; Beth Sholom according to Mrs.
450 S.W". 16th Ave. at I Sol Leslie, chairman and organ-
WO p.m. Program, movie "To- j izer of the cultural project.
I Wonderful Day."' This series is being sponsored
)ecember 13. H Day, the by the eleven groups of Hadassah
:. >n will celebrate the comprising the Greater Miami
biithdav of Henrietta Szold, the! Chapter and will meet for ten
ol Hadassah. Hadassah book reviews on the second and
Beach Zionists To
Hear Rabbi De Koven
Rabbi Ralph De Koven, spiritual
leader of the First Jewish Con-
gregation of Coral Gables, will |
address members of the Miami;
Beach Zionist Luncheon Club on
11 i mber 13. at 1215
t th Lincoln M
taurant, according to Harold
< r and chair-
H topic will be "Zionism
ii Zanyism."
A if the Hebron 1
1 College in Israi I, Rabbi
1)1 K ordained in Pales-
tine by Chiel Rabbi Cook. The
only Chicago student to survive
the no's which took place in
Palestine in 1929. he served as
Hillel director of the University
of Vermont and Middlebury Col-
lege. He is a member of the Coral
; Gables Zionist District.
Assisting Shapiro with ar-
J rangements are Daniel M. Broad.
Paul Eisman. Jacob C. Fishman
, and Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
PAGE 11 A
Sisterhood Holds Fete
Sisterhood ol Tfereth Israel
Congregation sponsored a Chanu-
ka Latke party at 4316 N.W. 7th
Ave. on Sunday evening.
Cards and games were played
and proceeds are going
the construction
, Mrs. L. Kaplan :.. < ha
of the event. Assisting h.
Mrs. Rose Gold, M
He: man and Ml K:
LEGAL NOTICE

New Year's Eve Fete
Coral Gables Jewish Center is
making plans for a New Year's
eve dance. Music, entertainment
and a midnight breakfast are on
the agenda.
Chairmen of the event are Mrs.
Sol Halpert, 48-3540. and Mrs.
Sam Goodman, 87-7493. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling
Mrs. M. Messer, ticket chairman,
at 87-2957.
Twelve-year-old Ophra Chill,
whose impressions of her six
month visit to Israel appeared in
last week's Jewish Floridian, is
an honor student at the Hebrew
Academy. She was recently se-
lected "Youth of the Month" by
the Miami Beach Exchange Club
and honored at a luncheon at the
Saxony Hotel.
iv tm,(?T,CE T0 CREDITORS
IH THE fotXTY .li |..,i:,
I.N A.M. pi p|; I i.\ | n. .,
S79*!.',U"A' ix |,|:"|;'' k, x.,:
I Ki KKTATE I I]
HELEN Si'iiAI'l.l:.
I '< ;i>wl.
To All .. i -.: ,n i All i'. on li v-
I '. oi.in.l- A
Haiti Estate:
JTou .hi! pa I. of o i, .
notified and rcquii ed i., ;.
and demands which .
either of ...
of HELEN SCHAFEH
i-easi d, late ol I >ad< i 'ountj. I
to Hi. Hon. W. F ULANTON, I
Judge ..r Dade County, and file the
same In in.- of I ice in the i
Courthouse In Dade Count) i
within i -~ 111 calendar months fi o
date of the first publication In
Bald i laima or demands
the legal address w the clalmai I
to be sworn to and presented aa
said, oi* same will i..- barred Kei
Section ISO of the 1933 Probati \
!.;it.- ,\..\, n |..-t -.ill. A I I, HO.
ESTHER ANDERi
A- Exej utrlx of the Last W
Testament ol HELEN SCHAFER,
i >eceaaed.
TURK By: A. BUDD CCTLER
Attorneys for Executrix
12 B-li-22-28
Review Series
To Open Friday
Greater Miami have
|anned a city wide celebration in
.in <**--lunches, fashion
ows, teas. All the money raised
I the Hadassah Medical
>ganization; to help in the re-
abilital.nn of the sick and needv
i I Station WMBM will
?oadcas! a .program from 1:45
to be heard at the
Dcuons.
See or "Phone Me
NAT GANS
3-4616 4-9981
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Blscayne Bldg.
19 W. Flagler St.
fourth Friday of each month, Mrs.
Leslie said. ____
For the opening session. Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein will discuss "The
Disenchanted" by Budd Schul-
berg.
Assisting Mrs. Leslie with the
project are Mrs. A. Greenberg.
tickets and finance; Mrs. Maurice
' Klein, treasurer; Mrs. Max
| Weitz. hospitality; Mrs. Jack
, Swerdlin. publicity; Mrs. J.
I Davis, door; Mrs. William Keller,
' printing; Mrs. Harold Melnick,
. recording secretary.
Other mermbersof the commit-
i tee are the Mesdames Leo Levin,
I Feliz Halzband. Killer, M. A. j
' Rubenstein, Charles Goldstein. T.
Arvan, Harry Malamud, Jacob |
Epstein, Simon Kriegel.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER fc
isso
Join the Crowds of Smart Xmas Shoppers.. .and
Shop in our One-Stop Downtown Store at35 H.W. 2nd St.
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"FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1950
York Disc Jockey Rosenifield
'L.-iils SMfd Of Brotherly Love
, \n AJP Feature)
SEC. B
.' wnnna be rich ... Ah
*h.,nn-i be "od lookin' .
t^wanna be happy., Have no
""gig .1.,.- is heah!
with
Detroiters To Mark
Chanuka Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goodman will
be hosts at a Chanuka party for
of a program to ask whether he
had been baptised.
"Big Joe" came back
a firm but gentle reply.
"Ah was baptised by a minster C,,uJ|b on *?*?*%' DecembDer
o vearrOld New Or- I whose church ah helped rebuild." at 8 P-m- at thc Town and Beach
the 4J->e those worcis i said Rnsenfiold. "An around mah Club, Miami Beach.
aeo when his radio neck." he added. "Ah wear a Welcoming address will be made
tthe "Big City" and! medal the nuns in New Ohleans by Samut., s Slahl president.
1111 ;* oi.lv mnrnina Save me. and alongside it is the n ,.
h-en swaymg early nwnung ., ecv,om,, Partici
11 ^Charter Donors- Contribute To
Mt. Sinsii Hospital Blood Bank
A group of eleven "charter man; Mrs. Abe Solosko, vice
donors" appeared during the first chairman; and the Mesdames
hours that the Blood Bank of Leon Ell. Aaron Reder, Harry
,, -, IT __,. i Gordon and Harry Kaufman.
Mount Sinai Hospital was opened ; h indlvidual/and groups are
to volunteers members of the d tici te ,he hos-
Women's Auxiliary committee for |ir w ban gram. The
the blood bank announce Auxh-I f up Special "sc-
ary members -helped staff the channel their contribu-
I bank in its first day of public if d s d To schedule a
perat.on and provided the group individual donation, the
. group or individual donation, the
ui nosis ai a i_nanuKa parly lor whose names will be listed as "*">,. ,..,,, ,., i,,,,,,;.,!
members of the Detroit Social'. first donors in the hospital's his- | Etl^i^lSS
tory.
Answering the first call for
blood donations were Mrs. Louis
Krensky and Miss Elsie Schwabe,
both members of the auxiliary's
blood bank committee, as well as
rince, is both rich
good-looking in a sort. Most
0ffl. "Big Joe" R<*?ntf,eld:
j h thousands and listened
" many more, is happy-and
L- the human race ever
ugh his deeds of
i >vial thoughtful-
I': ''
. week over one of
P v City's largest incle-
ns, the stocky little
"%.;, | pealingly warm
i Iped raise funds
for veterans.
, afflicted and the
Lbled Du ing his less than two
F Gotham stations,
fcnfield raised in excess
worthy causes in
helping counless job-
| get back into the
I ployment.
I., fa Clarksville, Tenn.,
>ra! -' :" proprietor, "Big
. his bucks as a bank
^ I ro ball player and
nan for 25 years.
I .: who lays claim
Hie title ol "the happiest man
I the wh >1< world" is at his
| a.m. when folks from
life find their way
I in teeming mid-
Inb i seek aid.
; disc jockey, this
I ction ^ho fondly
minine caller with
"yes, deah!"
I informal commercials.
,1 ii" pleads for books for
j vets and shut-ins
j i more than 170.000
I Is poetry and chats
I with anyone and
\: ho should chance their
loorstepor rather,
\. Big Joe" heard the
I D iminican priest at a
1 na mission who feeds
[ 125 kids, although less
|an om if them are Cath-
i : nien came through
. contribution, pledged
\ 3225 and urged listeners
[send the school sorely needed
Jithing. The kids were swamped
|:h generous helpings of sweat-
. hats and coats.
I enfield started in radio in
W 0: and along with his
[year-old son. Kip. "Big Joe"
Jged h: off-spring, "Kip" be-
V ly was born on Yom
|ippur. Sooa "Big Joe," who is
diteii with helping raise over
O.000. half a million pounds
. f d igs, medicine and 50
Kd of live cattle for the Friend-
lip Tra : while still in New
leans, was on his way to "big
in New York. But the
liendly warm drawl that won
Im admiration and sponsors back
Imetaggi d along with "Big Joe"
J he climbed the hooper toward
fcdii sui
|A heckler called the modern
ne night in the course
Music Circus To
*!>' January IB
J Music Circus, the unique thea-
p-in-the-round which presents
f'fid famous musicals in a tent,
F-ll make its 1951 debut at Treas-
re Island. North Bay Village,
P'h St. Causeway, January 16,
T!tn "Song of Norway" as the
:. ntation.
I rourtei n weeks of recent
[roadway musical comedy hits
be mixed with evergreen
perettas during the season here,
announced Music Circus origina-
VSt. John (Sinjin) Terrell, who
.collaborating with ex-Broad-
fV pioducer Laurence Schwab.
pno wrote and produced many
Fage hits of the 20's.
I "ationally-known stars and
lnsidt:able local talent will be
pedin
scrolled Hebrew Shema. But
ah'm Jewish!"
"Big Joe's" thick drawl recently
brought a query as to whether
he was white or colored.
"Ahmn white," came the reply.
"But that makes no difference.
Theah's only one race. Thc
human race."
The spirit of "Big Joe" marches
on .
Participants in the program will ,nr Mesdames William Farr, Jos-
,_U T->___..... O_______1 P.1J1______
be Dickey Freedman, who will
light the Chanuka candles; Joseph
Pardo, who will offer holiday
songs, accompanied by Bobbie
Kaplan: and Betty Korash, who
will discuss the meaning of
Chanuka.
eph Duntov, Samuel Feldbaum,
Gerald Miller. August Sorrentino,
Emanucl Goldstrich. Al Bernard.
Harold Zeeman and Arnold
Seeder.
blood bank or make arrangements
through the hospital auxiliary
committee.
Workshop Program Set
For Sunday Evening
"In Place of the Melting Pot"
will be presented by the Radio
Workshop for Democracy on Sun-
day. December 10, at 7:45 p.m.
over radio station WMIE.
Cast includes Lennie Aronoff,
ell Thing. Bob Brenner. Ger-
trude Marx and Sonny Stiller-
On duty to staff the bank on
the first day were the Mesdames .
Jack Landau, Randolph Shevach. | man.
Plans are now being formulated Samuel Mades and Louis Snet- The program IS directed by
for the organization of a Detroit man. Other committee members Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with bteve
Junior Social Club. include Mrs. Carl Weinkle. chair- I Kessler as musical director._____
| he:,
presenting the 1951 sched-
n"e leads and main supporting
fers will be seasoned Broad-
'' Performers, local musicians
>a some local chorus members
"ii be utilized.
N
They Got Out in Time...
These Jews got out in time. Behind them is the
poverty, despair and hopelessness of Jewish life in
Eastern Europe, in North Africa, in Moslem countries.
Ahead lies Israel. Ahead lies a life of dignity, hope and
fulfillment.
But what about the tens of thousands of others who
must be brought to Israel from Rumania and Iraq
before it is too late? What about the thousands of Jews
in Libya and Tripolitania? These countries will come
under direct Arab control in 1951. The situation of
many Jews in North Africa and Eastern Europe is
desperate. They must get out before the deadlines on
their emigration expire. Their timetable of hope must
be our timetable of rescue.
The United Jewish Appeal must have a minimum
of $50,000,000 in cash before the end of 1950 to trans-
fer to Israel as many Jews as can be rescued within the
next few weeks. Cash now will mean the difference
between a useful, productive life in Israel and a life
without hope or a future in lands of distress.
In these last days of 1950. here is what you can
and must do. Pay your 1950 pledge in lull. If your
pledge is all paid up, make a substantial advance pay-
ment-ro ute your share to the $50.000.(MK) in cash the United
Jewish Appeal must have before December 31 to carry
on with its missions of rescue and rehabilitation in
Israel, Europe, North Africa and the United States.
I
HELP US GET $50,000,000 BEFORE THE END OF 1950
United Jewish Appeal
Mail Your Check Today to
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florda
Or, Bthalfojlht JUsetllment and Reconstruction Programs of the
Joint Distribution Committee, I ,tca Palestine Appeal,
l/nited Senna fin Nu> Avuruans.
Henry Morcenthau, Jr., General Chairman


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pJenisli ffcridiaw

^^SSLSS^BBB,
Tamara t hapter
Plans Barn Da nee
Tamara Chapter of Mlzrachl
W imen will celebrato Chanuk.i
with a square dance at Congrega-
tion Beth El on Sunday, Decem-
ber 10. at S p.m.. affording to
Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz, presi-
dent.
Music will be furnished bv
Uncle Bob and his Hillbilly Band.
Prizes, novelty dances and en-
tertainment are scheduled for the
V( r.ing. with costumes optional
Mrs. David Hess is chairman of
the event. Tickets will be avail-
able at the door, and all proceeds
will go to the Mizrachi children's
village in Israel.
TOY' TOV
3?
HURRX' THE ARABS WILL
ATTACK ASAIN TO YOUR
POSTS AND AFFIX
1^, j/VVOUR BAYONETS'

WITH
HANDFUL OF AMMUNITION ffSi
EACH OF THEM, THE SETTlEO? r?
IV AWAIT THE ATTACK; THFy^IS?*-
AND LEADER5H.P THAT G.vESiTkfsi
AN ADDED MEASURE OF CONFlDP^
Beach Center PTA
Plans Card Party
The PTA of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Religious School
will sponsor a card party on
Wednesday. December 20. at 8
p.m. in the dining room of the
center.
Mrs. Leonard Wolfe is chair-
man of the event, which is open
.to men and women. Assisting her
with arrangements are the Mes-
dames Eve Brick. Herman Mech-
lowitz and Bernard Lowenthal.
The group's next regular meet-
is scheduled for Mondav.
Decembei 18. at 1:30 p.m. in trie
center dining room.
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BELIEVINd THAT THE SETTiERS hXe
RUN OUT OF AMMUNITION, HAO MUSA '
ORDeHS HIS MEN TO tjM&P in kttZ '
CCNTRAT10 5CAUNS Of The ia,?,V0N'
Person Sought
Information concerning Meyer
Falk is being sought on behalf of
his wife. Sadie, and their two
minor children, who have not had
any word of or from him since
October. 1942. Falk was born in
UM9 in Ni w York. He is five feet
: \e inches tall, weighs 140
pounds, has brown hair and
brown eyes, wears a mustache
was employed as a plumber
Anj :. aware oi this man's pres-
i whereabouts is requested to
unicate wit the National
n Bureau. 105 Nassau St.. ,
N< w York, X. V I
Minskoff Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Eva
Minskoff. formerly of Miami
Beach, will take place Sunday.
December 10. at 2 p.m. at Mount
Sinai Cemetery, with Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer officiating. Mrs.
Minskoff is survived by her hus-
band. Saul; a son. Emanuel. of
Washington. D. C: and two
daughters. Sylvia Shiff and Helen
Woron, both of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Minskoff was a member of
Hadassah. Jewish Home for the
Aged. National Children's Cardiac
Home and the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Relatives
and friends are requested to at-
tend.
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Widmark To Star In
ADL Drama Sunday
Richard Widmark is starred in
an unusual role in "The Man in
the Plane." the concluding pro-
gram in the New Frontier series,
to be heard Sunday. December
10. at 10:45 a.m.. over radio sta-
tion WIOD.
The New Frontier is a Lest We
Forget presentation of the In-
stitute for Democratic Education
and is broadcast through, the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
AJC Board To Meet
A board meeting of the Miami
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress is slated for Wednesday,
December 13. at 1 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Herbert Sher. 2111
S.W. 21st St.. according to Mrs.
Ruth Hertz, president.
Chanuka Party Slated
Mr. and Mrs. P. Pushkoff. who
j recently returned from Israel,
will be hosts at a Chanuka party
for members of Histadruth
L'tarbuth Ivrith at their home.
1130 S.W. 9th St.. on Sunday,
December 10. at 3 p.m.
Hyman To Speak
H. H. Hyman. community de-
velopment manager of the Florida
Power and Light Company, will
address the luncheon meeting of
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on
Tuesday. December 12. at 12:15
p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant.
Subject of his address will be
"Dade County Prepares for Civil
Defense."
NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS
Mount Nebo Cemetery
Desires to protect and cooperate with its present lot ownw.
Mount Nebo has reserved certain sections (1 and 4) 3
present lot owners only, that they may add to their burial
estates such additional properties as they may desire, k
that their families will remain together.
In order to keep this space available for present lot owneti
only, it has been necessary to increase prices on this
property effective January 15th, 1951.
All present lot owners are urged to reserve such space at
they need prior to this date so they may take advantage
oi present rates.

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VuMng +te week
fJenisti fhrkHoun
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By JOE HARRISON FRIED
\f0Y: The Lady On Trial
there, her hands folded reverently, the lady on trial for
listened attentively as a score of witnesses walked to the little
biting
Hebrew School Will
Hold New Year's Fete
Plans art- being made by the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation f ,: a New Year's eve
party to be held in the group's
rumpus room, according to Wil-
liam Weintraub, president of the
congregation.
David Kleber, ways and means
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witness stand in Augsburg and mounted the stand to fhlirmin f ,
.,,,,. of horrors. Lh_a'?n' '?.ln C*?T.& ot arrange-
nightmare of horrors.
rc a simple cotton dress; her hair was combed neatly. The
i colored scarf wound around her slim neck failed to dis-
h her from Germany's millions of plain frauleins. Only her
I
nSuVjn^uished her from the human race: her name was Use
And though she appeared harmless, let alone helpless this
I fa iury considered her future, the little woman who posed so
I., hef0re a packed courtroom of curious onlookers, was not
Lc that way. j---------------------------------
I Pving ">4-vear-old Joseph Ackerman took the witness stand Card Party Scheduled
IrfHse In her m^J^f"0^:*/8^:.li AaZ.,Yh5?L}Y!1?1?!?1'B I Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
ments for the affair.
Since the- affair will be limited
to 50 couples. Kleber urges that
reservations be made as earlv as
possible by calling him at 3-2297
or Mrs. Sam Kostoff at 48-7816.
Dinner and dancing are on the
agenda.
So when its Ale of Beer
you're buyi'n
[ers were c
ommitteed at the Nazi
.anwaid concentration Israelite Center will sponsor a
l0 ruthlessly satisfy the mistress slightest whim. : latke and card party on Sunday.
r, Koch's eyes reddened and she lowered her eyes to stare December 10. at 7 p.m. at the
bleak floor as Ackerman, who. worked in the infamous dis- \ center. 3198 S.W. 24th Terr Mrs
, department at Buchenwald. told how skins were taken from Ben Katz is chairman of the
(jies of the murdered. On one occasion, he swore, the skins event,
"exhibited to curious Nazi officers. The prosecution charges
' fronl murder to the most sadistic acts, also relate how Use
wife ol Buchenwald's high lord, ordered lampshades made
[the skin of her prisoners. Most of Use's victims were Jews.
Diner witnesses, a long line of them, shuddered and recalled
whippings and outward acts of perversion by the once-
lorous mistress of Buchenwald.
Hrs Koch just sat there and listened. If the jurymen, several
honi turned their faces and refused to touch pieces of human
'introduced in the" trial, find her guilty, she faces a long
stretch, possibly death.
ut Use Koch could take hope in the action of authorities who I
reek freed more than a dozen concentration camp guards, some
sentenced to life terms. The Army had said there was in-
it evidence.
he key to the infamous Use Koch's future rested in whether the
han civilian court would consider that human skins of victims
on the mistresses' say-so also constituted, "insufficient evi-
Koch, her days of murdering overfor the time being at
Isat, her hands folded, and wondered.
IRICA: We Won't Quit.'
..e balding little man sat behind a big desk and puffed on a
tipped cigarette. The walls surrounding him bore citations with
IChinese inscriptions; a plaque from the United Jewish Appeal; a
.graph of Chiang-Kai-Shek, Nationalist China's fighting leader.
lump Alfred Kohlberg made no bones about it. His American
h League Against Communism, oft-times attacked as "super-
l" wasn't thinking of quitting. On the contrary, said Kohlberg.
as expanded. The membership had risen to more than 2,000 in
York City alone.
hen and under what circumstances would the league cash in
the controversial Kohlberg was asked. He paused a moment
replied freely, "If we became convinced that there were very
Jews opposed to the Reds; that we did not represent the over-
ing majority of opinion in the American Jewish community,
d move for the league's dissolution."
But Kohlberg was quick to reassure that most Jews supported
much-attacked anti-Communist League. Some of the league's
ters. -aid Kohlberg, desired to remain annonymous for a
of reasons, like the prominent individualno names given
plunked $3350 down to help further the league's educational
am.
dynamic little man whom Chiang honored with a special
uet recently at his Formosa fortress, spoke fondly of his son.
ancc and the kid's volunteer service with Haganah. Young
berg, now a student at the University of Chicago, was an
eer on two "illegal" immigrant ships which ran the British
ade t.> resettle Hitler's survivors in Palestine Caught on one
ion and imprisoned in Cyprus, Laurance escaped the British.
his way home with the aid of Haganah. then started all over
i i
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d t of those who criticize the league's existence?
rry" for them, Kohlberg said. Some of the league's
bnents rere "Reds" according to Kohlberg. but he said he felt
f for the others because they didn't know the score.
I ianizations which rushed to the defense of Com-
Wst-inclined Paul" Robeson came in for some licks from
I lid the action of Jewish groups in defending Robeson s
kskill illy. -The league," said Kohlberg, "attacked both groups;
and the hoodlums."
The in | irter of Chinese goods had other concerns, however,
[said that Government Treasury Department agents had been
I his books with a fine tooth comb to "uncover money
ad all. gedly received from the Generalissimo's Government to
f>'on pro-China activities here. He had beat the agents to the
(it. how. ver, by writing the Secretary of the Treasury personally
m that such was absolutely not the case.
ISmilingly referred to the episode, Kohlberg concluded me
nent man has been searching around for four months, in
_ the Secretary of the Treasury and telling him I received
noney from Chiang, I wanted to save the government the expense
nonths of work." ,_ ... ...
[Between ringing telephones and amid a desk packed high witn
Wings and memos the Jewish importer continued to fight tne
U this week. His League Against Communism, long the brunt
fttack from individuals and some groups, was still in business
I if Kohlberg has his waywill remain in its mid-town New
fk headquarters for a long time.
I Judge Meets the Kids
The famed Jewish solon won his biggest "case" this week. A
*e dose to his big heart these many years as King County juage.
Kind the closed-doors of a Brooklyn police station, Judge t>amuei
ILeibowitz reasoned with members of three of the borough s
West kid gangs to avert a retaliatory killing to "make up for
'May 12 slaying of one of the gang's members.
When the meeting had ended, a relieved Judge Leibow Hz. w nose
'V Us has been these many years to sentence juvenile gang mem-
' to sentences for crimes, announced that great strides had Deen
M between establishing closer relationships between the Kias
1 local cops. .
"The boys have agreed to turn in all their guns, knives and
fK;' Judge Uibowitz said, "and there will be no Questions
F*d. In addition, he said, gang chiefs would meet once a weex
F^poliee authorities to "work out a solution to prevent any
rjn a city whlTre kid gang warfare had claimed score of youthful
* the past year, Leibowitz's announcement was good news,
'"age, in turn, appeared to have won his greatest case.
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extra money ahead for gifts and holiday
expenses. Start now to put aside SOt to
$10. each week in a DADE FEDERAL 1951
CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT. Then at the
end of 50 weeks (next November) you'll
receive $25. to $500. to make the holi
day more enjoyable. Start a Regular
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and emergencies more easily.
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fJenisti flcridliari
^^^CEMBEH,;


Co-Operative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Mi. Llebman who formerlj practiced law In New fork, In now a
i-.-M.-ni ol Miami Beach and n mn.ili.-r ..f the Florida Bai lasoclation,
former director of the economic commlaaion <.i the Zlonlat Organisation,
he haa written and lectured ictensiveb on Israel and Zionism He la ;i
bei of thi national board ol the I'nlted synagogue of America and la
.-. membei "i the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mr Llebman la program
chairman "f the Miami B. icn Zionist Dlsti cl THE EDITOR.
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN dollar business. Its adherents, its
Histadruth affiliates dominate membership, are anxious for it to
road transportation in Israel.so develop and expand. It aspires to
Robert R. Nathan wrote. How a pure socialist state. Many of its
many appreciate the significance leaders do not believe in the
of this remark? existence of private capital. There
Practicallv all bus service, in- can oe no criticism of such be-
tra and inter-urban, in Israel is ''efs. (The converse is true for
controlled bv co-operatives who adherents of private capital.) The
banded together in the earlv Histadruth represents many
1930-s. These co-operatives were g'oups- Each of these groups are
the outgrowth of an earlier mush- : constantly seeking converts and
rooming of small motor-transport aid for themselves so that they,
operators and fierce competition. in tuI,n ma>" control the His-
Nathan states. "In the absence of ; tadruth.
large sums of venture capital: I have heard reports that last
and in keeping with prevailing year almost a thousand shelichim
ideologies, the mergers took the | (messengers or emissaries) of
form of producer's co-operatives t Mapai and Mapam visited the
affiKaed with the Histadruth." country. Their purpose, as it al-
The men who drive these buses ways has been, was to woo Arneri-
constitute one of the hero-se- can youth and indoctrinate them
men;.- ,pf the Israel-Arab war. with socialism, to strengthen the
With blind devotion and zeal, they ranks of their American cohorts
drove buses from T.-l Aviv to and also to speak for funds for
Jerusalem, sat erect and exposed their own needs. These were
to Arab snipers and ran the Partisan visits and were not m-
gauntlet day after day in order 'ended for the good of the entire
to bring people and supplies to country ol Israel. Lnless one
besiged in Jerusalem. agrees with the purpose of such
u ,. ,,__i. ,,,. v.:_ I Visit it is obvious that thev con-
However. t ,. .
, ,, st.luted a dram on th
uk not o fact j j j 11 t i
...... ,_-_ i,. needed dollars, foreign exchange
V"-, ',^Vh T' and currency of Israel. While in
w.i i l* 1 was told that these party
1 B '' ; -ndustnal co- .. u- ,, '
ng this Na- ^"chim could get ox t visas
i more readily than private busi-
n< >s men who wanted to make
business trips abroad. Many
I others to South Africa and South
lives. ( oncernmg
;;...:. "The c i-op
: un wield -
nter] reaches
lai ge public utili-
t\ !-.- .-.. n for corn I ..
the* n li)46 by
goveri ental n tioi
i by the
present
[n 1948. Ma j i Roh
ca. It is understandable that
political jaunts should be
subordinated to the | at r need
of the country as a whole.
Taxation and Prices
In the August 1950 issue of
"Inside Israel" from Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv t f what p] ing --ri,,. ,, ..
.druth economic concerns such
n lusti ial and agricultural co-

:
wholesale and r< ta
bution organizations, etc.,
n the payment
x Thus, a k
year
iunds
..',-
y paid a 1


t to a i
It
thesi
.
lied
1949 1 -.men; fi
ivith-
:--' censure,
Ai it in-
l lal costs but no
ven bv the government to
pen .:. thi | ice of goods '
prh ite firms. It has been
bul n that the high cost of liv-
n between ,ng in Israel could be cut over-
fa night by a 10 percent reduction ,
democratic state." in the prices charged by Tnuva.
I Italics mine.) The Israel Economist, a Jerusalem
As long as England was the; monthly, in discussing agricul-
ruling power and neither social- '. tural prices, reported that those
ism nor capitalism were political Ifup fruits and vegetables were too
parties or were represented by j high and that communal settle-
political parties, an equilibrium "
was maintained between these
two economic forms. The ab-
e of politics, except in World1
Z nist Congresses. permitted i
I movement to develop in the i
marts without politi
favoritism and so. the unique
synthesis in Israel of opposing
'" "lie pt i loped.
It w. the maintenance of
m. among
'hat An r Eban pleaded
past O But whal '
happened since May 15. 1948?
him
The English policy of lai
e (althou lid all in
curb .-ndustnal pro- I
IS, private or co-op) has t>
r i ded by a government
which is in the control of Mapai j
who, as previously indicated, is
[trolled by the Histadruth and
th< Histadruth is a multi-million
Rabbi Joseph C Rackorslcy
810 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
i merits, the principal suppliers of
! these commodities therefor. The
j first is the necessity of maintain-
ing a high standard of living for
j their members, which in im-
' portant respects are "higher than
those in towns." The second is
that settlements base their prices
to secure a return which permits
I payment of debts, recouping of
I war losses, and expansion which
"means in effect subsidizing ag-
riculture through some form of
indirect taxation." The editor
states that economic criticism is
nipped in the bud because Tnuva,
the marketing organization for 70
percent of all produce in Israel,
is associated with the Histadruth.
The article attacks kvutzot pol-
icies because, "the communal
settlements already receive veiled
subsidies in the form of far-
reaching exeptions. The rank
and file refuse to take seriously
proposals coming from outside
sources" and even from responsi-
ble leaders of their own parties
who have preserved their inde-
pendence of mind and Ben Gurion
is named as one of this group.
Ben Gnrion and His Party
This is not the only instance
in which Ben Gurion has Deen
ignored by other Mapai leaders
when they placed party loyalty
and self-interest above the wel-
fare of the state. Mark Krug wrote
an excellent polemic in the Con-
gress Weekly of November 14,
1949. entitled". "Education for Dis-
unity." He discussed the compul- ,
sory education bill adopted by the
Knesset in September which
perpetuated the multi-school sys-
tem of education by political
parties but giving parents the
choice of schools for their chil-
dren. The Histadruth states that
its schools are dedicated, "to
interpret certain aspects of litera-
ture, history, geography and other
social studies in the light of the
social philosophy of the His-
tadruth." Krug quoted from a
proclamation of the Histadruth
Executive, which, "calls upon the
parents who are members of the |
Histadruth (the Histadruth has
150.000 members) to rally to the
support of the labor education
i. and to direct (sic!) the
education of their- children ac-
cording to the principles of the
Jewish Laboi Movement. The ex-
instructs the local
help thi
tern to
ngthen laboi
.-. "Tri
:
mean thai
irfc-
i mploy-
ment and livi
the goodwill of the local H
uli employment hureans. will
" > r best understood seljf-
rest, enroll their children in
the tabor schools. Since most of
the hundred thousand new immi-
grants can get employment only
through rlie local labor councils
i is easy to foresee what type
of school they will 'choose.' One
can also imagine what kind of a
free and objective study the many
thousands of illiterate Moroccan
and Algerian Jewish immigrants
will make." He then states. "It is '
encouraging to note that the two
parties of the General Zionists in
Israel have fought vigorously and
unitedly against the enactment of
this bill. The Progressive Zionists
. joined forces with the Gen-
eral Zionist delegates to castigate
the bill as a shocking concession
fo party policies which might de-
stroy national unity and make
innocent children party puppets.
"American Jews will find it
difficult, if not impossible, to
understand the frank, but some-
what cynical argument, used in
the Knesset debate by Mr. Shazar
and other Mapai speakers to justi-
fy the bill. They blandly stated
that those who demand a unified
public system of education in
Israel should not forget that since
Mapai has the majority (a rela-
tive majority) in the government,
such a system would mean a
Mapai-controlled education. Any-
one who is familar with the edu-
cational systems in the United
States, England, France and in
other western democratic coun-
tries cannot possibly be expected
to understand the logic of this
statement. rv. #
Pose that thev- S^J
crats in the AmyoflhD
ant that the & S
ta now controUin'^ticll
tern and that the v^N
Labor Party ,JR!"* of1
Bevin and Attlee In"? e"'
otST Mapr mMd
Knesset walked out,? "M
was taken but hT^tM
undaunted ;,nri leasJ
Mapam. and XaStLi
m passing the bill VH
marks are ms,sJL^iI
are symptomatic"*?1^ 1
concept of democrat?
by some Israelis. *
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1950
vJewistincrMian
PAGE 5 B
Lgi B'rith Lodges
,en 2nd Phase Of
Libership Drive
ruth Florida B'nai BVith
. ^t week entered the
*nd Pn:i!ie of a nation"wide
bership campaign, aimed at
Landing
[gram
She Wears A Star Of David
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
sav that women i of $55,000 in a single case for ar-
tneir minds must ranoino ., ,------------ __....._
l the community service capacity as
the Greater Miami I missioner cm tin.
Those who
can't make up .
not know Frieda Hennock. Mils "'"f"1" a comPny merger.
Hennoek sometimes makes as ^ne Decame widely known in
many as 60 decisions a day in hei '',:!il1 circle- as assistant counsel I
I woman com- of the New York State Mortg
c"m- Commission and as din
Approximately 300 new mem-
Yase been enrolled in the
, |o<]ges constituting the
l;ami Council since the
[nine of the campaign, it has
P announced by Council
Lident George J. Bertman. The
hniz'ition of the Flamingo
l,e No, 1869 serving the Hia-
5,-Miami Springs area, swelled
itotal of B'nai B'rith Lodges in
Lth Florida to nine groups.
Wans are being readied for the
[anization of a lodge in the
t'th Miami community accord-
|to an announcement by State
nbership chairman Bernard
-mark.
Jorth Shore Lodge, drawing its
pbers from the North Miami
Ht&rea, enrolled 21 new mem-
t.at its smoker held last
yt at the Indian Queen Hotel.
Membership honors are di-
fed between Coral Gables
and North Shore Lodge,
"victor becoming eligible to
Lire the B'nai B'rith Council's
jual membership award, an en*
Ired bronze plaque. It was won
I9f9by Ihe North Shore Lodge.
(. Weiss Elected
Eugene Weiss, of Miami
pWh. was elected president at
closing of the 25th annual
hvention of the Chiropody
.I Florida in Miami Beach
entry.
Other new officers arc Dr.
Bliam Ellison, of Tampa, vice
ksident, and Dr. Loney B.
lams, of St. Petersburg, secre-
t-treasurer.
(he semi-annual convention of
association will be held in
jytona Beach next May.
Federal
munications commission.
An attractive blondethirty-
ish looking, sophisticated, g
humoredMiss Hennock is per-
haps the highest U. S. govern-
ment official who wears a Star
of David suspended from her
necklace. She matter-of-factly
explains to the curious that it is
a Jewish Starthe same as the
one on the Israel flag. One of the
most unusual women in the gov-
ernment, she is also among the
most respected. She is a self-
made woman, a female Horatio
Alger, and a charming and
feminine person.
Recently Miss Hennock read an
article she liked in a New York
Yiddish daily. She took a sheet
of paper from her desk and wrote
in Yiddishto the author to
compliment him. For years she
has actively participated in United
Jewish Appeal campaigns and
worked with the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies in New-
York. She has relatives in Israel
and has closely followed the de-
velopment of the Jewish state.
Her parents brought her to New
York City from Poland when she
was six. During early school v
special lecture course at Brooklyn :
Law School. She took an early
interest in the New Deal and sup-
ted President Roosevelt. She
was asked to join Choafc, Mit-
chell & Ely In 1941. becoming the
first woman lawyer and the only
Democrat to belong to the Re-
publican firm since its establish-
ment in 1807. Her almost in-
credible energy and resourceful-
ness contributed to her growing
reputation.
Miss Hennock"Fritzie" to her
friendsdidn't surprise anyone
who knew her then or in 1948
when President Truman appoint-
ed her to the F.C.C. as that
agency's first woman member.
She had become known as a
champion of women's rights and
a leader in the liberal wing of
the Democratic party. She helped
William O'Dwyer win the New
York mayoralty and won such
respect from the administration
for herself. In response to the
government's call, she voluntarily
gave up an annual inc..me whicn
reportedly ran in six figun hi r
[government pay is but a fraction.
When she testified befi
she showed conspicuous talent as predominantly Republican Senate
a pianist. However, after grad-
uation, from high school, she an-
nounced that she would become
a lawyer. Her father disagreed,
saying that she must continue in
music. She not only became a
lawyer but in fact was the young-
est woman lawyer in New York.
To pay her way through night
classes at Brooklyn Law School,
she worked for the law firm of
Thomas & Friedman. She earned
her degree at the age of 19.
During her first few years of
practice she won acquittal for
seven persons accused of murder.
When she was 23 she switched to
corporation law and earned a fee
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Miss Hennock is of the opinion
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Beach Onter
To Consecrate
Now Students
Consecration services for the
new students of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Religious Schools
will be held Saturday morning.
December 9, at the regular serv-
ices in the main synagogue. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader,
has announced.
"It is part of Jewish living to
mark a child's entry to the study
of Torah with celebration and the
tradition of handing the Torah
from generation to generation will
be symbolized in the center cere-
mony," the rabbi said.
Taking part in the ceremonies
will be Marcia, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Cohen, who
will address the congregation on
behalf of the new Sunday School
students. Robert, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley Frehling, will speak
on behalf of the new Hebrew
School students. Sue. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gans, a
member of the Sunday School
for Jewish studies, will speak on
behalf of the student bod v.
Frat Honors Berick
Morris Berick. Miami Beach at-
torney, was recently honored at
a dinner given by the University
of Miami Chapter of Phi Epsilon
Pi fraternity at the Variety Club.
The affair was given in recogni-
tion of Berick's election to the
fraternity*s national grand coun-
cil. He is the first man from the
Miami area to receive this honor.
Lewis J. Kuilan. commander.
U.S.N.R., an officer of Allied
Liquor Distributors. Inc.. and
Hank Meyer, publicity director of
the city of Miami Beach, were
ted into the fraternity as
associate members.
Zionists Adopt
Youth Villages
As part of its program to aid
the economic upbuilding of Israel.
I the Zionist Organization of Amer-
1 ica has adopted two youth vil-
lages. Katamon and Magdiel, it
was announced this week by Ben
Zion Ginsburg. Israel projects
chairman of the Miami Beach
Zionist District. The children in
these villages number over 500
and come from 28 lands.
Alex Van Straaten. president of
the Miami Beach Zionist district
said, "The ZOA plans to establish
three trade school, a school for
plumbers as well as electrical and
textile training centers. Food
packages containing essential and
nourishing items may be sent
through our local office, by call-
ing 58-4643. or by writing to 235
Lincoln Road. These food pack-
ages may be donated for as little
as $10.50 or a group of people
may provide the necessary
amount." he added.
The ZOA village of Katamon
overlooks Jerusalem. It was
! named the Israel Goldstein Youth
| Village in honor of the American
Zionist leader. Days are divided
! between work and study. There
t are seven grades which offer
, complete general education while
preparing the student for an ag-
ricultural economy.
Magdiel. the second youth vil-
I lage recently adopted by ZOA,
I houses more than 250 children
absorbed from 14 countries, in-
I eluding Moslem lands. The curri-
j culum. as in Katamon, is in ac-
cordance with the regulations of
I the Israel Ministry of Education,
' comprising from 27 to 35 hours
| per week, with special stress on
i subjects of natural science and
agriculture.
Sholem Lodge Will
Hold 5th ADL Night
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will
sponsor its fifth annual "Anti-
Defamation League Night" on
Tuesdav, December 12, at 8:15
p.m.. at the Beth El Center.
The program, under the direc-
tion of David Stuzin. will feature
a talk by Miami Beach Council-
man Burnett Roth. An audience
participation "Town Hall" session
will follow, directed by Gilbert J.
iBalkin, Florida regional director
of the ^Vnti-Defamation League.
Questions to be discussed include:
! sectarianism in the Dade County
j public schools; significance of the
quota systems in American col-
! leges: the recent linking of Flor-
j ida subversive groups with na-
tional hate organizations; and a
discussion of equality of oppor-
tunity for college graduates in
the professions.
"It is incumbent on each citizen
to reaffirm the principles set
forth in our Bill of Rights," Sid-
ney Aronovitz, lodge president,
stated. "Every American should
I be informed on the destructive
forces and dangerous ism's being
. loosed on the world today," he
added. "It is the sincere wish of
B'nai B'rith to educate its mem-
bers in these vital matters
through the means of open dis-
'cussion and exchange of signifi-
cant information on world af-
fairs."
Sisterhood To Elect
Elect: n I fficers will top the
agenda at the next meeting of
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1 be held n Wi dm sday. Decem-
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New Unit Organized At
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Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
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school.
On the committee to assist
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Murray Kirschenbaum, Harry
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Fishkin.
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9 a.m. in the Dora August Memo-
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Where are the Jewish Boxers?
By HAROLD L. RIBALOW
n happens all the time. You
o#t together with a group of
Sole t" watch a fight on a TV
L-reen and sooner or later some-
one remarks. "You notice all the
Negroes in the game today? And
f two Negroes aren't fighting
iach other, they are Italians, or
Irishmen, or Cubans or Puerto
Ricans. What's happened to the
Jewish lighters?"
It is a good question. There
isn't a single topnotch Jewish
fighter around. Not too many
vears aso the Jews produced more
than their share of boxing aces.
A; a matter of fact, there have
been more than 20 Jewish fight-
ers who won ring crowns and
anv listing of great fighters, in
practically all divisions, cannot
exclude many Jewish names.
From the days of Daniel Mendoza
in England, a great heavyweight,
uptothi mid-thirties, wan-faced,
hard-hitting Jewish youngsters
thrilled thousands of fight fans
all over the nation. And those
who do not follow sports, or those
who think that boxing is brutal,
I forget that the very eminence of
I Jewish boxers convinced the Gen-
Itne American that Jews have
guts, that Jews can fight. Maybe
[Barney Ross standing helplessly
I against Henry Armstrong at a
I time when Barney was all washed
up was a rough sight for pitying
Ieyes. But Barney's courage, later
Ire-emphasized when he fought as
la Marine at Guadalcanal, was a
[lesson taught to plenty of Jew-
Ibaiters. It was Arthur Brisbane
[who once said, "Benny Leonard
[has done more to conquer anti-
[Semiti.-m than a thousand text
books have done." Brisbane was
a great newspaper editor, and he
understood the American people.
Yes, the honor list is a memor-
able one: Benny Leonard, the
greatest lightweight who ever
lived; Barney R0ss, the slender-
hipped boy who fought his way
out of the Chicago slums to win
three titles and national fame;
Ruby Goldstein, Sid Terris, Al
Singer and other Ghetto light-
weights who failed to emulate
Leonard s feats but who, bv their
fistic prowess, persuaded Ameri-
cans that Jews are good Ameri-
cans and convinced the older gen-
eration of Jews that the younger
boys are ready to fight their way
to the top, and others, whose
"anles are by this time legend.
Why, to name the champs alone
takes plenty of space, but here's
fUSt a partial listing: Maxie
Rosenbloom, light heayweight
tilleholder; Ben Jeby and Solly
Kreiger, middleweight champs;
Abe Attell. Benny Bass, two light
men and Charlie Rosenberg and
Kip Kaplan and Jackie Kid Berg.
All of them good scrappers, all
of them real professional fighters.
What has happened in the last
ten years? There is practically
nobody around today, except for
Elmer Beltz, a weltherweight who
fights out of Los Angeles, and the
washed-up Bill Weinberg. There
are lots of theories and they fit
into a single pattern: if you can
make money without getting your
head knocked off, why, you for-
get about fighting. Ruby Gold-
stein, a star of the twenties and
now a top referee, told this writ-
er, in complaint, that "kids are
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soft nowadays. They want to go
to school; they want to ride
around in cars and not walk.
Their parents are better off, and
so the kids don't go into the ring."
Abe Simon, who went into the
13th round with Joe Louis once
and lasted half as long the second
time around, told me that it all
means that Jews are no longer
as hard up for money as they used
to be. Bill Heinz, a top sports
writer, claims that great ringmen
come up from the slums, and the
Jews are out of the slums today.
All of these reasons make sense
and they help to explain why
there are so many Negro boxers
around. It is the quickest way to
make big money for people with-
out education, without profes-
sions, with bias facing them in
other fields. But there is some-
thing that these people, those who
say it is all economics, overlook.
When Joe Louis made good, hun-
dreds of Negro boys started to
box. When Jackie Robinson made
the grade in baseball, hundreds
more took the diamond game. In
the past, when Benny Leonard
was a champion, countless Jewish
boys took to the ring. When Hank
Greenberg became a home run
star, he was the forerunner of
Al Rosen and Co. In other words,
there are pride and glory attached
to the fame one wins in sports.
It is true that Jewish boys go to
college and don't go in for box-
ing. It is equally accurate to say
that as the Lower East Side Jews
moved uptown or to the Bronx,
future Jewish fighters became
doctors, etc. But together with
the diminishing numbers of Jews
going in for boxing, there were
fewer popular heroes. Result: no
Jewish fighters.
So we have Negroes heading
major divisions, an Italian, Jake
LaMotta, at the top of the middle-
weights, another Italian, Joey
Maxim, leading the light-heavy-
weightsbut no Jews either at
the head of or even at the bottom
of the boxing divisions.
In spite of the fact that Jews
are finding it easier to make a
living in fields other than boxing,
a sensational Jewish newcomer
would, I believe, liven up the
pugilistic world and may encour-
age other Jewsh youths to take
to the sports. Hank Greenberg's
fame in baseball may have in-
spired the Sid Gordons and the
Al Rosens. These things happen.
And if the cycle turns and an-
other flock of good Jewish fight-
era comes along, it will enliven
the sport and enrich the Jewish
contribution to it.
S. I. Freed man
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Santa Claus And The Maccabbee
By.ALFRED SEGAL
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And be a good boy," he said.
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stead.
"Oh. my good friends. 1 am
grateful to be in your house this
night but why don't you let your
own Maccabaeus in also? Please
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"I saw Santa Claus and he gave i Santa Claus chuckled as he
me some candv and he said he I related this incident to me .
was coming to our house, too, i "i hope my note to them worked
soon I all right. I met Judas Maccabaeus
rents couldn't share my later and told him about it. He
My pa
iovous anticipations. It was
heresv. Was this a way tor a
Jewish bov to be talking? There
wasn't any Santa Claus. they said.
For Jewish boys there was Elijah.
Didn't I remember opening the
front door for him at Seder?
That was for Elijah.
I replied I didn't see Elijah that
nifiht 'Theie was nothing
there. But I saw Santa Claus.
He had a white beard and he
gave me candy."
I haven't lost my faith in Santa
Claus evi t since. In pieces
thanked me for being so con-
siderate of him but. he said, he
hadn't much hope of being as
popular as I in Jewish homes. He
wasn't resentful in the least,
though."
"Yes," Santa Claus said. "Judas
Maccabaeus could be a hero as
cherished as I am in many Jewish
homes. You spoke of an army of
Santa Clauses conquering the
world tor loving kindness. I
should like to march for that
with an army of Maccabeans.
Judas Maccabaeus and I marching
together at the head of the two
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since our minds and hearts run
. well in the same direction.
On'lv recently I was saying to
him: "The world is raising up
m ire and more soldiers. What I
am proposing is an army of Santa
Clauses to conquer the world for
brotherhood. Santa Clauses
marching all around the world
capturing cities for the sake of
loving-kindness."
He thanked me for this full
faith in him but modestly .
"You make a hero out of me but
if there is to be an army of Santa
Clauses there are others who
could march along with us."
During my long acquaintance
of him I have found Santa Claus
to be no sectarian; that is to say,
he seemed to belong to no church
in particular. He regarded him-
self as another child of the one
God expressing God's love.
Now he was saying: "Yes. there
are others who are of my kind.
Since we are speaking of heroes.
what's the matter with Judas
Maccabaeus?" Santa Claus
spoke regretfully of the fact that
while he himself is received well
in many a Jewish home. Judas
Maccabaeus doesn't get the re-
break too. You might say he is
like George Washington, Jeffer-
son and Lincoln and with all
modestv. I say it. he's another
Santa Claus." "
Santa Claus' suggestions fitted
exactly into my own thoughts.
I thanked him for calling on me,
I saw him to the door "It's
good of you to drop in, old man.
You're welcome any time."
"Please don't forget to tell them
about Judas Maccabaeus. He's a
grand old character who should
be at home in every Jewish house
an example for the children."
I dropped a suggestion .
"Suppose, Santa Claus. you went
on strike. That is to say, you
would refuse to enter any Jewish
home that didn't take in the
Maccabaeus also. That would fix
em."
"No, no." Santa Claus replied.
"I couldn't let the kids down."
at the
ception that's coming to him .
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Santa Claus raid he didn't dis- j are H B. Gross, honorary presi-
criminate against Jewish children:! dent: Irving Sperling, president;
wherever they expect him he David Granat. first vice presi-
I their and mis dent; Charles Fidelman second
But vice president: Sam Sandier,
third vice president: Mrs. Harry
Baron, recording secretary; Al-
bert Weinberg, financial secre-
tary; Morris Goldenberg. treasur-
er: Abraham Dechovitz and Bar-
corresponding
TO ALL ... A
HAPPY CHANUKA
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AND
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In The Heart of Miami
312 N. E. First Street
PHONE 3-2671
stockings full .
what of my good old friend the
Maccabai He is .mother one
of the heroes of good will in the
I" Santa Claus related an
til:
One night when Christmas fell i ney Weidenfald
at th tim< IS Chanuka. secretaries.
Claus happened to drop TJruRtees include Harry Baron.
Ji that was, Nathan Shenkin and Mrs. Ben-
waiting tor him .The kids' stock- jamin Sugarman. Shenkin heads
hanging from the the building committee and Mrs.
hind a gorgeous s. L. Cohen is in charge of pub-
Christn Afti he had licit v.
filled all the stockings and left a ------------------------------
heap oi gifts at the foot of the -_,_- ^
. Lght he should leave #jIIIII cia*
a note tor the family. He pinned |tktf.lm Una*
it I hi wrote: Harold Zinn was elected presi-
I !) j ;, family: Thanks dent of the Miami Beach Bar
ever so much for the friendly Association for the year 1950-51.
ept in you have given me. You He succeeds Jack A. Abbott.
people after my own heart. Other officers include Fred
p.-ople who love kindness and Baisden, first vice president;
live1 by it. Herbert Shapiro, second vice.
"But. my dear good friends, this president; Milton E. Grusmark.
Chanuka. too and I should like secretary; and Godfrey K. New-
I i have seen some evidence of > man. treasurer.
I good will for my old associate, i The board of directors was
Judas Maccabaeus. too. in your {elected in three classes. In the
I house. He is the great hero of first class were Alexander F.
Chanukaa man of good will on Gordon, Simon Englander and
account of whom Chanuka is Marvin Kimmel. Second class in-
celebrated these eight days. .eludes Harold B. Spaet. Walter
"He and I are the same kind | C. Kovner and Milton Seller, and
I of people. He went to battle for | third class. Judge Daniel P. Galen,
I the sake of the kindness that re- Charles B. Cleveland, Carry A.
.! spects every man in his religious ] Davis and Abbott.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER \, 1950
Man Who Enriched Hearts Of Denver Poor
Kids With Crusade Of Kindness Is Dead
DENVER (AJP)Max "Santa"
Rabinoff is dead. But the little
man who enriched the hearts of
many of lnis c'tv's poorest kids,
started a crusade
. for kindness
which thousands
jof his neighbors
;vow will never,
(never die.
Death came to
[Rabinoff at the
[height of his
[crusade for kind-
I ness. The little
[man who fled to
[America's shores
more than 50
years ago, was in
the midst of the heavy batch of
tovs he had obtained from Denver
stores in preparation for Christ-
mas, when illness overtook him.
He completed his unloading job,
then rested. One hour later, the
nian thousands of kids cherished
as "Santa." was dead, the victim
of a heart attack.
Rabinoff's love for children was
exceeded by but a single com-
pelling desirehis love to sur- I
prise the youngstersto see them
smile in awe and happiness.
It was shortly after he had
retired as a worker in groceries
and supermarket*, that the little
Jew moved into Lincoln Park
Homes project here and began
to earn the nickname "Santa."
ITouring the area and noting the
I lack of toys possessed by the
[poorer children, Rabinoff quietly
I decided to remedy the condition.
ildren shouldn't have toys
I with which to play," Rabinoff
I would exclaim, "That's terrible!"
Keeping mum about his plans, j
iRabinofi tiudged the city's streets
I calling at stores in searched of
II .el or second-grade toys.
In his little basement, Rabinoff
[set up a work shop and like the
| Santa Claus of legend, he went
k to paint up and repair
[the toys. Unlike the legendary
: goodness, Rabinoff had no
[helpful Iw.-irfs to aid in their re- I
[pair. N : did he have reindeers to '
|: avy load.
n Snun Christmas Day he
called the project's poorest kids
to his doorstep and distributed
the toys. Rabinoff possessed no
degree in psychology, but ho
knew well the hard lesson of
poverty and its mental effect on
children He used every possible
device to keep his gift-giving a
secret between giver and receiver
in order that undue embarrass-
ment be spared the youngsters.
The following year, Rabinoff
went a step further in behalf of
the poorer children. Not only was
there toy-giving, but a large party
with ice cream and cake, awaited
the kids.
The legend of Max Rabinoff
grew. Nor was his giving limited
to the Yuletime season alone. Max
became a full-time Santa. At
the close of each Christmas sea-
son, the little man placed aside
a number of toys to give youngs-
ters who became sick between
holidays. Then Max would visit
them in the sickroom, give out
with a jokeand still the eternal
lover of surprisespull out a
shiny toy just as he prepared to
say "goodbye."
Summer provided another op-
portunity for the full-time
"Santa."
"Kids should play and be happy
when the sun's shining and it's
nice and warm." Max would say.
Then he'd be off again in search
of roller skates for the poorer
kids.
In years to come, Rabinoff
worked out an agreement with a
leading woman newspaper
columnist. She tipped him off
where he could pick up toys to
repair, and kids to give them to
and Max hurriedly made the I
rounds and presented the youngs-
ters with surprise presents.
The kids crowded around
Rabinoff's home last week in
anticipation of the coming holi-
day. Along the street trudged
their ever-faithful "Santa," stag-
gering under a tremendous pile
of toys that he had got from the
store.
One hour later the word spread
+Jewish ncridlian
around the project that the little
Jew who loved to make kids
happy had died. The kids were in
tears. Only their parents firm
assurances that they would carry
on where "Santa" had been forced
to bow out brought the faintest
of smiles.
That's exactly what thousands
or residents of Lincoln Park
Project will do this Yuletide sea-
son. And it will be in honor of
Max Santa" Rabinoff.
Unlike his namesake, neighbors
recalled, "Santa" Rabinoff was
without the helpful assistance of
reindeers to haul his heavy load
of toys. Had Donner, Blitzen and
r-rancer been handy to lug the
staggering bundles, the modern
banta carried, the neighbors add-
ed sadly, little Max Rabinoff
might still live to flood the poor-
est of the poor with happiness.
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'" r through the door of the late Rabinoff's apartment. His death
the kids heartbroken.
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Radiant Health
Pi Iday e> >-' servli '' '
"lv Jews and Christians Part or
.Miii"tin- Paradox! of I.....mber,
will be l>r. Narot'a sermon topic. Max
Melsel. president, will bring a special
Jewish Book Month message ilecep-
III n iil follow the sen-Ices. On Satur-
day morning nt II, I". Narol will
resume his series of talks on "Jewish
Religious Practice." Religious school
Bunday at B:45.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Pi Id i) enlng sei vices at 5:30. Late
Pi da> servli es al vis, Saturday
morning sen Ices 9:80. gunda>
morning religious school 8:45. Sunday
evening, center holds opt > house_ for
youth of community starting at i:30.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif, Cantor.
Priday evening services al 5. *-
urda) morning services 8:S0a.m, Babpi
Ever will apeak on the Portion of the
Week. At J he will Instruct class n
Talmud. Mlncha nt 4:<". followed bj
Shale* Seudos contributed b)
Nathan Steinberg". Zmiras will fol-
low ; Maariv will complete the
services. Dally services al v a.m.
ow. d ass i" Mlshna by the
rabbi. Mlncha .'t 5:00 followed bj
class In Jewish Laws and Customs.
Maariv follows Dally classes Hebrew
school Monday through Thursday, 8:80
to 6 80 Sunday school 10 to noon. Reg-
istration daily in the office from 8 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Junior Congregation services
,i in .i in. Everj Sunday th.- brother-
hood will conduct services al 9 fol-
lowed bj breakfast and cultural pro-
gram,
Temple Betn Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave- Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish: Caatoi
Samuel Kelemer.
Priday evening services al 1:15.
Sabbath Chanuka. Th,- Torch ol
Liberty, a Chanuka candlelight
pageant service written and to be
read by Rabbi Leon Kronlsh, with
musical portions by Cantor Kelemer,
Herman Pried, .it the organ and Bar-
bara Levlnson as "voice of th,- child,
will !>< presented. Babbath service
Saturday morning at 10:48 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah of Harry Buasklnd, son of
Mr anil Mrs Carl BUSSklnd.
Congrcanon Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Priday evening services at r>:io p.m.
Saturday morning services at S:S0.
Rabbi flrauer will preach on "Chanuka,
It-. National Significance." Mlncha at
4:45 p.m. followed by Shalos Bndoa
Junior congregation on Saturday, n>
a.m. to noon; parent-child Chanuka
breakfast Sunday at 9 a.m Dall)
religious school 8:80 to 8:80. Dally
services 8 a m Reading class, Mlohna
4:45; Mlncha dally 5:15.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Men.lay through Priday services al
7:30 a m. Saturday at 9 am, and Bun-
,i.,. ,,i v a in Mlncha at 5:80 p.m. |
followed by Maariv at p.m. dall)
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Ezra Lifihitx.
Prldaj evening services at 8. Rabbi
will speak.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.,
Miami Beach.
i. ,i .,| \ t to a.m. and 5:ij
Saturdai moi ning at 9 a m.
Pi iday evening sei \ li e '..... P ">
Aaturdas it i p.m. there will be a
.-. I !. r for cl lldren of th. enl
.....nitr I:, fr.sli in. Ms 111 he
served and Hebrew dances and songs
b< i i: li t by Bobble Lauer.
Mir H Seudos
follov a Kuuda> moi nil m
Downtown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David). 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Shaargo Gi-
tralter.
i., a ni. and 5:15 p t
S n in ia; ami ollda; il and
i. in. Shalos Suetlos Saturday*
1
Priday evening services 'it 5:15.
Katurdaj morning at First Late
Priday even ''' ;
will speak on "Win .....- ""?;''"n
ClashF Mlshna al 1:15 P m followed
l.v Mlncha. Shalos Budos and Maarh
services. Rabbi will apeak on the
Weeklj Portion of the Law. Chanuka
celebration and play at 8 p.m Sunday
school .it i I a.m. Hebrew ai hpol dally
i-. ,,. 6:80 p.m. Dally service; f:0
. and 5*0 p.m. Bar Mlttvah
breakfast Bunday at 5:80.
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yesht-
hoth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Services dally 8 a.m. and n a.tn.;
Mlncha i p.m Maariv al i p.m. Friday
. ng servli es at aundown,
Coral Gabies Jewish Centw
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Slcop:
I Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
I near Le Jeune.
Prldav Sabbath service at 8:15.
Sabbath of Chanuka. Religious serv-
Ices win precede an Oneg Shabbot
In the annex with cantor, choir and
i ommunltj singing. Rabbi Bkop win
give some Chanuka readings of classic
stories Open forum hour will follow.
Saturday al 9:45 a.m. Torah study of
weeklv portion of bible. Klddusn. Bar
Mltsvah dub-conflrmatlons class
Thursday at with the rabbi Dally
Hebrew school with Joseph Hurtwitz.
principal Presentation of two sacred
Torah Bchrolls at religious ceremonial
Sunday, December 84 al p.m. Re-
ception for faculty and center choir
at resident of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop
HAPPY CHANUKA
TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
Miami Produce Co.
093 N. W. 21st Terrac Miami
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
West Flagler StreetAt the Bridge
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
7737 N. E. 2nd AvenuePhone 7-2404
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
December 8 at 8 p.m.
Hade Refrigerating Co., Inc.
REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT
1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036
Foods

PHONE 3-3252
Miami's Popular Health Store
125 Seybold Arcade

A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
Henry E.
Mangels Company
Distributors for
Svhlitz
"The Beer that made
Milwaukee Famous"
122 NX 11th St. Phone 3-8311
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Aye-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Rnbb Men I Sloff ill open his l Ith
of late Frldaj night
lectures li open ng theme ill be
\. 1 I'.. ,..!:-.
i.,.l-iii nt jo and end at 9 i 'antot
HVdei will than! Chanuka selections
ltd ilar I da: i vice at 5 Haturda)
morning .it '" a m Rabbi Meacheloff
| will speak on "The End "f Da -
Mlm ha at .'. followed by Sh..ios
da) '--'
Frrst Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koran.
Rabbi De Koven win officiate at
services Friday at 1:15 p.m, Hebrew
classes daily from 4 p m. to 5:8 p.m.
Sunday school from 1:45 to II noon
Temple EmanM-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson.
rabbi.
Temple Israel. 2020 Broward
Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E.
Singer. Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:13.
Rabbi Singer will speak.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium. 77th
St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip
Fried, acting rabbi.
Priday night Bhabea Chanuka will
mark the second annual Chanuka
service conducted by the sisterhood.
Kighl women will conduct the service
and occupy th,- pulpit Rabbi Fried
will officiate. Oneg Shabbat will be
given in honor of the occasion by the
Sisterhood. Friends of members are
cordially invited.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Cantor Isaac S. Smith will offici-
ate at services Friday evening.
North Daae Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixis
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:13.
Saturday morning services at 10.
Eiti Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowils.
Services 5:30 p.m. Friday. Daily
services at T::io a.m. and 5:80 p.m.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Services Friday night nt 5:13: Satur-
day at :' a.m. Mlncha at 5 10 p m
followed bj Shalos Seudos Services
lay t" Thursday 8 a.m mid 4:13.
All Young Israel members In the area
ire Invited to attend
T'Fereth israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
K ii evening services at 5:30 p.m.;
Satui da 9 a n All residents In that
ai,-a are invited to attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24lh Terr
rhl services Rl 5:80: Batur-
da> morning at B. Abraham Sachs will
pi ik "n "The Modern Meaning "f
chanuka Mlncha at .', p.m. followed
in Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at
l" a.m.
congregation beth Ttilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave Miami
! Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovslcy.
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
Miami Beach Ch3ker Cabs, Inc.
24-Hour Service
U-DRIVE IT CARS PHONE 5-3411
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
"Dirtxrt From Farm To You"
PHONE 88-2151
TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
GLEASON'S BAKERY
Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY
1782-36 S. W. 8th Stroof Phone 3-6717
Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies, Calces and Sweel Rolls
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA
WILLIAM W. CHARLES
YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER
Rervlcea FYldav at s p.m. I>r. Hanson
will prearh on "A s..v.-n Tear Plan
ebrew sessions Saturday in am.:
religious jw-hool Sunday 8:45.
Congregation Beth Uavid (Con-
servative). Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches-
i^i'.. KrlilH\ ^vaniiiK services at
8:16 pin itai.i,i Shapiro will rilacuaa
the subjwt "Let 1'k Take l'p th*
Challenge!" Floral offering will liv
made by Mr. and Mr* Hftrvny Herman
in memory of Mr. Herman'H mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A sterling will
be hosts st the reception. Sabbath
services at <:'.' a.m. The rabbi will
discuss highlights of the I'ortlon of
the Law. Students serviceg at 10:30.
Friday evening services at 5:15.
Sal irda> morning al 8:30 the rabbi
ill preach 'in the Portion of the
Week ,w 4 an p.m. the rabbi will
speak. Mlncha *.''> p.m. fol-
lowed b) Shalos Seudos and Maariv
services. Dally service 7:30 a.m. fol-
lowed by class in Mlshna. Mlncha at
5:15 followed on Sundays, Tuesdays
ami Wednesday by class In Laws and
Customs, ami on Mondays and Th^rn-
daya by class in Jewish Legends of
tin- Talmud.
Miami beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrino.
Late 1'iiiiiv evening service, at 80
I ltahhi 1 -tirm.i [i will preach on "I.et
There Light''' a Chanuka message.
Saturday morning service at 9 a m.
with rabbi speaking on the "Week-
I) I'ortion of the Law. Saturday
bible class <:8n p.m. follow.-,i by
shalos B'udos. Dally service in the
chapel s a.m. and 5:3 p.m. Youth
Breakfast service Sunday 8:15 am in
the chiapel, followed by brekafa.it in
the iatl. Junbir services 9:30 a.m.
Saturday morning in the assembl)
hall of the school building. Dally
regions school Monday throucli
Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30. Bunday
school 10 to 12 noon. High school for
Jewish studies Sunday 10 a.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Bar Road. Miami Beech. Rabbi
Moshay P. Mann.
Services Friday evening at 8:30.
p.m. Rabbi Mann will speak on "Is
Our Chanuka Light Growing Dim?"
CHANUKA GREETINGS
ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC
General Contractors
1827 Purdy Ave. Phone 58-4325
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE LIQUORS
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
11*1


FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1950
Hebrew School Women
To Hold Latke Party
hood of Miami Hebrew
LEGAL NOTICE
?Jeis*rh>rldlia
Sistei
.jchool
its annua
l()0] and Congregation will hold
1 Chanuka '
Ime;
i i :i.inur..i JatKe card
loirlv at the synagogue on Sun-
Say December 10, at 6 p.m., Mrs.
iMurray Kirschenbaum, ways and
eans chairman, has announced.
-,ni will include a play
lind l'11' kindling of the Chanuka
IlishN hv the children of the re-
ligious school. Cantor Berele
Ivplenicr will render Chanuka
Imusical selections and Rabbi
iSmioii April will greet gjests.
Refreshment! will be prepared
lunder the direction of Mrs. Ben
ISokoluff. Assisting her will be
Ijlrs. Jack Stone, Mrs. Sam
Isc-hulwolf. Mrs. William Wein-
Itraub, Lois Schwadron and Ra-
Icht-le Feldan.
IN ^.Pf.^O^UBUCATioTr
ELBVENTH ,',' T F THE
IN AND FOR I v F'R^LIT
rVi,"THAEI. FrVedmaNP,ld"t
1759 Jerome Avenue
f'SrSSSrS?.............
Si" ore.....':n,;;'r;;",/;.;:~:v!'" "
oriirlniil i .,,., '5S?! :"" le the
LEGAL NOTICE
and you are required
opj i.f your Answ
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
'ioneer Women To
lear Rabbi Shapiro
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
ljuest speaker at the Chanuka
elebration and card party to be
Sponsored by Golda Meyerson
Club of Pioneer Women and Ben
Gurion Branch of Jewish National
Workers Alliance on Saturday,
December 9. at 8 p.m. at Beth El.
[Abe Dorff will kindle the
Chanuka lights and Ben Morrison
till offer a reading. The Habonim
Croup will participate in the pro-
gram. Dr. Harry Queen will greet
bests.
Proceeds from the affair are
armarked for the Child Welfare
fund, according to Mrs. Anna
lorin Bild. chairman of the event.
ofW.:mfri'957.0r,da' thta *J
By -M. C, FEIGE
SAMUEL .r. HANI) "PU,V Clerk.
Altft-"7!r-v fv '"'"""'iff
NOTICE UNOfR F^CT.tTo^T-
BBRICK *S8AlJffibR08IBNB^T
^WUrRotJP,U"t-
Miami Beach. Fla
I-'/l-s-l.-,-l2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
f undersigned, desiring t.. encase In
bMness mil, r the fictitious num.- of
Mnor Painter* at 1430 Ocean Drive,
ami B( h. intends t the Cleric of the Circuit
hurt ..i Dade County Florida,
\NNE AHIDOR
Sole Owner
1-15-2; L'S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[V'VH i is HEREBY QIVBN that
? ed, desiring to niMr in
I '" ii.al p. rood Shop ,-u 5086 N E
Miami, Intend! to regie-
with the Clerk of the
t ol Dade County, Florida
VNGELO CAPUTO
Sole owner
-TEHS IIKIMAN & KAPLAN
I' Applicant
; .
NOT
INTiTK'
: un fcuiiin
IV. Sail
k'; 1
Ink o(
I. -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,,, NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enaaaa In
V 'aiming Co. at 2247 N w 2nd
Aye., Mian,,. M;| ,.,, Jeaiater
Mid name with the Clerk of the ci?
'" T,1 .Vt,!!"1" r"",v' "3*?
MARX FABER LABMD
Attorney ror Applicants
412 ( ongress HUlK.
12 1-8-15-22
iv thS ,ice,to creditors
iv V '" ST* JUDGED COURT
KLoVJS K"lt DADE COUNTY
gW)WDA. IX PROBATE, No.
In Re:"ESTATE OF
MARY II. adei.man
Deceased.
r'i'hc".-(|:i'iM,"""'S,;.""1 A" ''"-""- Hav-
Bstate: l""la"11- Agalnsl Bald
iiou'rn'.r""1, '"'h >"'. we hereby
flle the same in his office in
Ptorlda win,'"ust in SH5 County
from Th ,hm ';,Kh' 'lnar months
nerTof "s';"' V'"'" ",s' P>cation
1 ""' Saul claims or dcm.-iniU ,,,
^^thelega^ddreMoMWlaln^!
s afo "'"" "' l"'1 presented
s. \V <,r sam<- w'l be barred
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Date November 14, a.d. ltSO
Swnad) natiian ADELMAN
ii.,iv1,-,^ Adelman. 7 ... ..;,s,.|.
A RONOVITZ A ARONOV7TZ
,V '",'"' 7,*."" Aimlnlatrator of the
LEGAL NOTICE
you for the
Bin of corn-
will be taken agalnsi
relief demanded In the
-'^urS^Wla.
Bj v\.\|. vv.
(Circuit
MAX It. SILVER
M?a^!ybF,!?ridaJU,,,n
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.._____ NAME LAW
NOIICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
'I '.' Si ?JS >""'' Road, Miami
Beach. Horlda, intends to register .said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
couit of Dade County, Florida
LUBEN ci |RP( (RATION
a Florida Corp.
By: BEN SILVER President
OBORGE .1 TAI.IAN, ,FF, ESQ.
-' Lincoln Itoad
-Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Applicant
11 H 12/1-8-15
IV TinT'.C,f, ?Y PUBLICATION
,\. .. "A.Nt.Mll N. ISCS41
saiAT^gsft.aHf" fcora
1,1 IMTH CABRA
C/o I.KIlov 0AKE8
1-' WALTER AVE.
HICK8VILLE. I. 1 N v
< Mk f ah."rer '?. ^ho "''- "f he
d5%f%^o^.r!
DATED, Nov. 21, lflr.o
E. B, WEATHERMAN
(circuit conn si:;;,1;of Clrcult Con"
By w.\i. \v. STOCKING
MURRAY .:......man DcPUty C,erk-
Attorney for Plaintiff
Jll olympla liullding
-Miami. Florida
11/24 12/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
......... NAME LAW
MO [I E is HEREBY GIVEN that
tht undersigned, desiring to engage In
'.".'-;. the fictitious nan
Gatei al 1911 Coral 0
Miami. I-1.,,,.la. Intend ,,, ...
said name with the Clerk o
1 HARLEfi M PREEFIELD
Own<
15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring w eSiaae In
business under the ficiiti,. \ESz l
fig,!*". ^1'" CourtIOaUt"lJoaimN.i
w?th^ 1 h '. ",r"'1;" '-eglster said name
^l'Xun';ykFl,r!:;;,,""'"i"-'-^'
P^ROE WKP.ni.i and
MYERS. hSSSnMSKaN
850 Seybold Bids
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.,........ NAME LAW
Noi [I 1, is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga
b^'ness under the fiotli....., ,.
' > Woo at 182] coral Wav, Miami
Fla.^.Intend toireglstei said name with
Count,^orldae^'r0U't CoUrt of Dad9
;l V I, GOLDSMITH
i*/i-s-u.22B- J- "^'Aura
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
s HEREBY OIVEN that
' -n.-d. desiring to engage In
dei the fictitious name of
Furniture Company at ."."11
Vvenue, Miami, Florida, in-
; '' said name with the
; ".nit curt of Dade
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
r-'gln Vacuum Stores at 1154 W.
Flugler Street. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida.
MARVIN I.'. ZANK
Sole Owner
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
Adams Hotel at 2030 Park Ave., Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to register said
name With the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad. County, Florida
SEYMOUR II KOTT and
IIIWIN K. KOTT
11/24 12/1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
L NAME LAW
h', hki:i:i:v OIVEN that
,. "' '-:"^ to engage In
flli|. ..,..''.'' fll"tl..lis nan.....f
llt-r U,V".H 8HP. formerly
I ;! Miami, Dade County,
I reg tei said name
Mll.To.N FISH Kit,
Aiix1'""-
Applicant
TACpEp,,FrJN,TENTION TO MAKE
"^PLICATION FOR FINAL
.,. DISCHARGE
'l\Tv ;' ''",il: s '"oritT. DADE
JORIDA. No. 23828.
WE Ml-siTZ.
' rebj given that I have
iort and petition for
;. R Executor of the
"K UPS'iTZ, deceased:
'he 2nd day of January,
ffi> the Honorable w
nti 1 >. """>> -ludge of Dade
r approval of said
for final discharge as
i7 he Estate of ROSE
eased.
day of November, l50.
r st<;.\e LEON WPSITZ
P.I.Il-
Exe?utor
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Of
LESLIE HOTEL at No. 1244 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dads County.
Florida,
ISII...I! NUSSDORF
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
l-'i. Lincoln ltoad
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Applicant
II 21 12 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 228
-V E. Tilth Street. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< ounty, Florida
H F. fJOr.DUEKOEil
ELEANOR <:<>LDIiKRGER
< 'vvners
MAN 15. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
922 Seybold Bldg,
Miami, nor Ida
11/17-24 12/1-8
N0TICE NUA^f"LAFtfT'U
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engageTin
V;,q!'--.';"'ler 'he fictitious ,c?,m\. ;,'
uiEL. ACQILUNTEB- 8HOP at 226
[. en,'", "'"'i ('"lal '-"'' horlda!
gtend to register said name with the
Cot.n,ty?fFl5re|d?.,rOU" C"urt "f "^
GENE M. BOENINGER
MAN n. SILVER*0 '* LIFSET
Attorney for anplicaata
822 Seybold ituilUing
Miami, Florida
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
u NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Normandy Beauty Salon at 1188 Eve?!
glades 1 oncourse, Miami Beach in-
tends t., register said name with the
Colln,y:'fF!ol;(la.""l, ""'1 ^
FRANCES MITNICK
,.,___ Sole Owner
BERICK & SHAPIRO
Sin?7*, f'T. ApP"cant
4-'n Lincoln ltoad
18/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersig,...... desiring to engage In
business u......r the fictitious nan.....I
Sunshine Halls at 1030 isth Street
Miami Beach, hlnridn. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit court of Dade County.
t lorlda.
a/2* ii5MSAD0MS H- 8ho^>n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
Pittsburgh Warehouse and Van Co.
at nil N. W. 80th S'tre.t, Miami, Fl.-i ,
int.-nds to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
I'llll. SATTENSTEIN
11/24 12 l--r,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Governor Valet at 435 21st Street,
.Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
W.M. H. WEISS
11/24 12/1-8-15

T'CE NaER FICTITIOUS
I..TI. ,NAME LAW
I ; HKHKP.V OIVEN that
I .,,, ',.l"*:r'" to engage in
I the fictitious name of
I rade Mile, Coral Gables,
|k ,,f h :: -."! name with the
I rM* "' "" Court of Dade
ilnsr1:'.1;," Kit IK DM AN and
'(II.MA IKIEDMAN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 138728.
ELEANOR SULLIVAN, Plaintiff, vs.
FRANCIS SULLIVAN, Defendant.
TO FRANCIS SULLIV \N
1555 North Sixth Street
PHILADELPHIA 1'K-NN.
You are required to serve b oopy of
your answer to the Dill of Complaint
for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attornej and
to file the original Answer In the
Office of the Clerk the Circuit
court ,,n or before the 18th day of
December, A.D 1850; otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
confessed !,V VOU,
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 15
day of November, lH.'.O.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
IP,1,.Id's Delicatessen and Luncheon-
ette at 6188 s. w >Mi Street, West
Miami Florida, Intends to register
Bald name with the 1 "lerk of the Clrt ill
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD SHAFFER
1.11:1 MAN A ROSEN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/21 12/1-8-11
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
,-,T,.l,',.i.'ll!CriT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, So.
136707.
MAE HEDLAND, Plaintiff, vs.
DANIEL HEDLAND, Defendant.
To DANIEL HEDLAND,
DEFENDANT:
\ ou are required to serve a copy
,.r your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon plaintiffs attorney, MOR-
TON ROTHENBERG 120 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and rile
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
December 12 1850; otherwise, said
Hill will be taken as confessed by you
Dated this 14 day ,.f November,
A.D. 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
cl.-rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By 16. II. RICE, JR.
Deputy Cltrk.
11/17-24 12/1-8
.v, m,N.?TICE TO CREDITORS
.J" : ''"'-VTV "'DOE'S COURT
IN AND FOI5 DADF. COFNIV
27wiH,"A- ~ 'N l-R'"'ATK. N.:
In Re: ESTATE MINNIE SCHWARTZ,
I).-ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sail
Estate: .
You. and each of vou, are hi
notified and required to present any
Claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Minnie SCHWARTZ de-
ceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade
< ounty, Florida, t th. Hon. W F
Blanton, County .ludge of Dade Countv.
and rile the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
Honda within eight calendar months
[Tom the date of the first publication
hi reof, Said claims ,,r demands .
contain the legal address ..f the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid or same will be barred
s.e Section U'l) of th- ]!.::.; Pro!,.,--
Date November Tl. A.D, 1860
. RICHARD FRANK,
As Executor of the l-,.-t Will 11 1
restament of MINNIE SCHWARTZ
1 leceased.
PALLOT, SILVER, TATH\M
ABDO & ML'LLOY
Attorneys for Executor
12 : 8-15-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und.-r the fictitious name of
Byer Furniture Company at 2188 N, w.
38th street, .Miami. Florida, Inlends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
ANNE BYER
Mi IRTI N IP rTHENBERG
Attorney
1! J) 12 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desli Ing to
business und.v the fictitious 1
House of Plastics at 230 8 E I' .-
St., Miami. Florida, intend to register
sani name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
CATHY CORP INC..
FREDA 1:. fJARVY, President
MORTON ROTHENBERG
Attorney
11 24 12 i-8-15
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY .11-DOES COURT, DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA.No. _-::t>40
RE ESTATE OF
Pose MELINSON,
I '.e. a>. .1.
NOTICE Is hereby given thai 1 have
riie.i my final reporl and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of ROSE MELINSON, Di
a.,i; ami that on the 2nd day of
Jan., 1951, will apply to the Honorable
u f Blanton, County .ludge of Dad..
County. Florida, for approval ol IS i
tinal report and for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of Rose
Mellnson, deceased.
This 21 day of Nov. 1950.
GERTRUDE BERSON.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for ExeCUtrtX,
1023 s.vboid nidg..
Miami. Florida
12/1-8-15-22
Nam,- and Address of
Plaintiff's solicitor
NORMAN It. LYONS
914 Olvmpia HuildinK
Miami. Florida.
11/17-24 12 kr8
C. FEIOB,
Deputy Clerk.
^***^cVtvOC^
1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
I36T27.
MARGARET sacks, Plaintiff, vs.
SYLVAN SACKS. Defendant.
TO: SYLVAN SACKjS
c 0 Mrs Mary Sacks.
3.".0< Green Spring Avenue.
Baltimore, Man laiffl
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a lull of complaint for divorce
has been filed against you, and you
,iv<- required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the bill
of complaint on plaintiff's attorney,
and file the original in the office 01
the 'lerk of the Circuit C
before the 18th day of Decembtr,
1;..".". otherwise a decree pro confess..
u ill 1.....,t. 1 el ae unst > 011.
DATED this 15th E. IV LEATHERMAN,
Court
(Circuit Court Seall
i:v R. H. RICE JR.,
I ,,-puty Clerk.
IRVING CYPEN
sy for Plaintiff
42,> i. Road,
Miami Bes h, Florida.
4.1, 17-24 12 1-S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE ciRrriT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No,
136675,
ANTOINETTE M. OAROFANO,
Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL A.
GAR! .KAN... Defendant
TO: MICHAEL A. GAROFANO,
p.? Somers Strei <.
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer or pleading to the
Bill for I Uvorce on the plalntifl
torney and to file the original answer
or pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
the 13 day of December. A, D, 1950;
otherwise, the Kill of Complaint for
Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will
be taken as confessed l.v vou.
Dated at Miami, Florida," this the
13 day of November, 19.",n.
E I!. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Da.le County, Florida.
(Circuit Cosrt Seall
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Huilding, Miami, Fla.
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to tnt
business under the fictitious name of
Import and Export Company (not Inc.)
at 182 N. E. SOth Terrace, Miami
Florida, intends to register said nan:,.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
JACOB LEVINGTON
BERICK SH VPIRO
'Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Ros I
11/17-24 12/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und.rsign.d. desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name of
I IPA I...CKA GATEWAY INN |
at il'7.; .pa Locks Blvd., 1 >pa L
Dad.- County, Florida, and Intend* I
r the sa id fli tltious name In
the office of the Cli rk of the 1'
Court of Dade 1 'ounty, Florida
Ri 'BERT L. HAMILTON
II 24 12 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
hei ebj given pursuant to
S, t. S63.......f the Florida Statul 1
that the undersigned deslrin8 '
gage In busim ss und.-r the 1 ame '
BISCAYNE MARKET
! : I N .... ......
with the Clerk of the
' lourl of D 1.a- 1 "ountv. Fl
PHILIP LENARD
ROBERT BLOOM
ALt 'IS SCHAPIR. ,
ifull partners)
HUTNER A: HUTNER
Si i ilyn pla Bldg,
Miami. Florida
12 I---15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
186887.
EVELYN RUSSELL, Plaintiff, vs.
RAYMOND I. RUSSELL,
Defendant.
TO: RAYMOND L. RUSSELL
c 0 Pan American Alrwaj a
Columbia House
Berlin, Germany
v. 11' are he:. by required to -
copy Of your answer to the Bl
Complaint for Divorce on the
tiffs Attorney, and file the original
in the 1 iffli of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the
day of 1.....imbei. 193 I, in thi
Styled cause; otherwise, the a
I said Bill Of Complaint H
taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
Ml : : F
E. B LEATHERMAN
1 : ||| ..
lit I
By: WM. W. ST. 'KIX Depul .
R( .BERT L. BL 1MBER11
Attorney for Plaintiff
'.'! S-
Miami 32, FL-rida
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PAGE 10 B vjenisfi Fluricfiar HAPPY HOLIDAY McAllister Flowers "Say II with Flowers Bui Say It with Our*" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1 1a n Religious Directory... Temple israet (Reform). 137 Miami Hebrew School and Con N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. gregation (Orthodox). 1101 B.W. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. 12th Avc. Rabbi Simon ApriL Rabbi Emeritus. I Cantor Berele Kelemer. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY THE I ci • %  %  >-' servli %  • %  "lv Jews and Christians Part or .Miii"—tinParadox! of I mber, will be l>r. Narot'a sermon topic. Max Melsel. president, will bring a special Jewish Book Month message ilecepIII n iil follow the sen-Ices. On Saturday morning nt II, I". Narol will resume his series of talks on "Jewish Religious Practice." Religious school Bunday at B:45. Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Pi Id i) %  • %  enlng sei vices at 5:30. Late Pi da> servli es al vis, Saturday morning sen Ices 9:80. gunda> morning religious school 8:45. Sunday evening, center holds opt %  > house_ for youth of community starting at i:30. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif, Cantor. Priday evening services al 5. %  *urda) morning services 8:S0a.m, Babpi Ever will apeak on the Portion of the Week. At J he will Instruct class n Talmud. Mlncha nt 4:<". followed bj Shale* Seudos contributed b) Nathan Steinberg". Zmiras will follow ; Maariv will complete the services. Dally services al v a.m. ow. d %  % % %  ass i" Mlshna by the rabbi. Mlncha .'t 5:00 followed bj class In Jewish Laws and Customs. Maariv follows Dally classes Hebrew school Monday through Thursday, 8:80 to 6 80 Sunday school 10 to noon. Registration daily in the office from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Junior Congregation services ,i in .i in. Everj Sunday th.brotherhood will conduct services al 9 followed bj breakfast and cultural program, Temple Betn Shoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Caatoi Samuel Kelemer. Priday evening services al 1:15. Sabbath Chanuka. Th,Torch ol Liberty, a Chanuka candlelight pageant service written and to be read by Rabbi Leon Kronlsh, with musical portions by Cantor Kelemer, Herman Pried, .it the organ and Barbara Levlnson as "voice of th,child, will !>< %  presented. Babbath service Saturday morning at 10:48 a.m. Bar Mltsvah of Harry Buasklnd, son of Mr anil Mrs Carl BUSSklnd. Congrcanon Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Priday evening services at r>:io p.m. Saturday morning services at S:S0. Rabbi flrauer will preach on "Chanuka, It-. National Significance." Mlncha at 4:45 p.m. followed by Shalos Bndoa Junior congregation on Saturday, n> a.m. to noon; parent-child Chanuka breakfast Sunday at 9 a.m Dall) religious school 8:80 to 8:80. Dally services 8 a m Reading class, Mlohna 4:45; Mlncha dally 5:15. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. Men.lay through Priday services al 7:30 a m. Saturday at 9 am, and Bun,i.,. ,,i v a in Mlncha at 5:80 p.m. | followed by Maariv at p.m. dall) West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifihitx. Prldaj evening services at 8. Rabbi will speak. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. i. ,i %  .,| \ T to a.m. and 5:IJ %  • Saturdai moi ning at 9 a m. Pi iday evening sei \ li e %  P "> Aaturdas it i p.m. there will be a .-. I !. r for cl lldren of th. enl nitr I:, fr.sli in. Ms 111 he served and Hebrew dances and songs b< • i i: li t by Bobble Lauer. Mir H Seudos follov • a Kuuda> moi nil m Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Shaargo Gitralter. i., • a ni. and 5:15 p t S n in ia; ami ollda; il and i. in. Shalos Suetlos Saturday* 1 Priday evening services 'it 5:15. Katurdaj morning at First Late Priday even •• ''' ; will speak on "Win ""?;•''" n ClashF Mlshna al 1:15 P m followed l.v Mlncha. Shalos Budos and Maarh services. Rabbi will apeak on the Weeklj Portion of the Law. Chanuka celebration and play at 8 p.m Sunday school .it i I a.m. Hebrew ai hpol dally •i-.„ ,,. 6:80 p.m. Dally service; f:0 „, and 5*0 p.m. Bar Mlttvah breakfast Bunday at 5:80. Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshthoth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Services dally 8 a.m. and n a.tn.; Mlncha i p.m Maariv al i p.m. Friday ng servli es at aundown, Coral Gabies Jewish Centw (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Slcop: I Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. I near Le Jeune. Prldav Sabbath service at 8:15. Sabbath of Chanuka. Religious servIces win precede an Oneg Shabbot In the annex with cantor, choir and i ommunltj singing. Rabbi Bkop win give some Chanuka readings of classic stories Open forum hour will follow. Saturday al 9:45 a.m. Torah study of weeklv portion of bible. Klddusn. Bar Mltsvah dub-conflrmatlons class Thursday at with the rabbi Dally Hebrew school with Joseph Hurtwitz. principal Presentation of two sacred Torah Bchrolls at religious ceremonial Sunday, December 84 al p.m. Reception for faculty and center choir at resident of Rabbi and Mrs. Skop HAPPY CHANUKA TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Miami Produce Co. 093 N. W. 21st Terrac Miami East Coast Fisheries, Inc. West Flagler Street—At the Bridge GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD 7737 N. E. 2nd Avenue—Phone 7-2404 LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL PAINTS AND HARDWARE December 8 at 8 p.m. Hade Refrigerating Co., Inc. REFRIGERATING MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT 1792-1798 N. W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida Phone 2-7868 and 9-7036 Foods PHONE 3-3252 Miami's Popular Health Store 125 Seybold Arcade A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA Henry E. Mangels Company Distributors for Svhlitz "The Beer that made Milwaukee Famous" 122 NX 11th St. Phone 3-8311 Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington AyeMiami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rnbb Men I Sloff ill open his l Ith of late Frldaj night lectures li open ng theme ill be \. 1 I'.. ,..!:-. I.,. L -III nt jo a nd end at 9 i 'antot HVdei will than! Chanuka selections ltd ilar I da: • i vice at 5 Haturda) morning .it '" a m Rabbi Meacheloff | will speak on "The End "f Da Mlm ha at .'. followed by Sh..ios da) '•--' Frrst Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koran. Rabbi De Koven win officiate at services Friday at 1:15 p.m, Hebrew classes daily from 4 p m. to 5:8 p.m. Sunday school from 1:45 to II noon Temple EmanM-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood (Reform). 1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. rabbi. Temple Israel. 2020 Broward Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E. Singer. Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:13. Rabbi Singer will speak. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium. 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. Priday night Bhabea Chanuka will mark the second annual Chanuka service conducted by the sisterhood. Kighl women will conduct the service and occupy th,pulpit Rabbi Fried will officiate. Oneg Shabbat will be given in honor of the occasion by the Sisterhood. Friends of members are cordially invited. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Cantor Isaac S. Smith will officiate at services Friday evening. North Daae Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixis Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:13. Saturday morning services at 10. Eiti Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowils. Services 5:30 p.m. Friday. Daily services at T::io a.m. and 5:80 p.m. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Congregation xoung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Services Friday night nt 5:13: Saturday at :' a.m. Mlncha at 5 10 p m followed bj Shalos Seudos Services lay t" Thursday 8 a.m mid 4:13. All Young Israel members In the area ire Invited to attend T'Fereth israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. K ii evening services at 5:30 p.m.; Satui da 9 a n All residents In that ai,-a are invited to attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24lh Terr • rhl services Rl 5:80: Baturda> morning at B. Abraham Sachs will pi ik "n "The Modern Meaning "f chanuka Mlncha at .', p.m. followed %  in Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at l" a.m. congregation beth Ttilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy. A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL Miami Beach Ch3ker Cabs, Inc. 24-Hour Service U-DRIVE IT CARS • PHONE 5-3411 HOLIDAY GREETINGS GRAHAM'S DAIRY "Dirtxrt From Farm To You" PHONE 88-2151 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA GLEASON'S BAKERY Formerly DORTCH BAKING COMPANY 1782-36 S. W. 8th Stroof Phone 3-6717 Specialty Bakers of Quality Pies, Calces and Sweel Rolls TO ALL A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA WILLIAM W. CHARLES YOUR CITY COMMISSIONER Rervlcea FYldav at s p.m. I>r. Hanson will prearh on "A s..v.-n Tear Plan %  ebrew sessions Saturday in am.: religious jw-hool Sunday 8:45. Congregation Beth Uavid (Conservative). Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamchesi^i'.. KrlilH\ ^vaniiiK services at 8:16 pin itai.i, i Shapiro will rilacuaa the subjwt "Let 1'K Take l'p th* Challenge!" Floral offering will liv made by Mr. and Mr* Hftrvny Herman in memory of Mr. Herman'H mother. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A sterling will be hosts st the reception. Sabbath services at <:'.' a.m. The rabbi will discuss highlights of the I'ortlon of the Law. Students serviceg at 10:30. Friday evening services at 5:15. Sal irda> morning al 8:30 the rabbi ill preach 'in the Portion of the Week ,w 4 an p.m. the rabbi will speak. Mlncha *.' %  %  •> p.m. followed b) Shalos Seudos and Maariv services. Dally service 7:30 a.m. followed by class in Mlshna. Mlncha at 5:15 followed on Sundays, Tuesdays ami Wednesday by class In Laws and Customs, ami on Mondays and Th^rndaya by class in Jewish Legends of tinTalmud. Miami beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrino. Late 1'iiiiiv evening service, at • 80 I ltahhi 1 „-tirm.i [i will preach on "I.et There !• Light''' a Chanuka message. Saturday morning service at 9 a m. with rabbi speaking on the "WeekI) I'ortion of the Law. Saturday bible class <:8n p.m. follow.-, i by shalos B'udos. Dally service in the chapel s a.m. and 5:3 p.m. Youth Breakfast service Sunday 8:15 am in the chiapel, followed by brekafa.it in the iatl. Junbir services 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning in the assembl) hall of the school building. Dally regions school Monday throucli Thursday from 3:30 to 6:30. Bunday school 10 to 12 noon. High school for Jewish studies Sunday 10 a.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536 Bar Road. Miami Beech. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Services Friday evening at 8:30. p.m. Rabbi Mann will speak on "Is Our Chanuka Light Growing Dim?" CHANUKA GREETINGS ARKIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC General Contractors 1827 Purdy Ave. — Phone 58-4325 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Avenue 11*1



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. y ( DECEI VER' l\ 1950 VuMng +te week fJenisti fhrkHoun PAGE 3 B By JOE HARRISON FRIED \f0Y: The Lady On Trial there, her hands folded reverently, the lady on trial for listened attentively as a score of witnesses walked to the little biting Hebrew School Will Hold New Year's Fete Plans artbeing made by the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation f ,: a New Year's eve party to be held in the group's rumpus room, according to William Weintraub, president of the congregation. David Kleber, ways and means LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH 1t?3 MEALS Fine Foods—Spacious Patios—Free Service lo Beach Rooms with Double Exposure—Reasonable 827 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-9124 room witness stand in Augsburg and mounted the stand to fhlirmin f .„,,,,. of horrors. L h a !" ? n '?. ln C *? T .& ot arrangenightmare of horrors. rc a simple cotton dress; her hair was combed neatly. The i colored scarf wound around her slim neck failed to dish her from Germany's millions of plain frauleins. Only her I nSuVjn^uished her from the human race: her name was Use And though she appeared harmless, let alone helpless this I fa iury considered her future, the little woman who posed so I., hef 0 re a packed courtroom of curious onlookers, was not Lc that way. j %  I P ving ">4-vear-old Joseph Ackerman took the witness stand Card Party Scheduled IrfHse In her m^J^f" 0 !" ^:*/ 8 ^:.li A a Z.,Y h 5?L}Y! 1 ? 1 ?!? 1 B I Dora Stein Sisterhood of the ments for the affair. Since theaffair will be limited to 50 couples. Kleber urges that reservations be made as earlv as possible by calling him at 3-2297 or Mrs. Sam Kostoff at 48-7816. Dinner and dancing are on the agenda. So when its Ale of Beer you're buyi'n— [ ers were c ommitteed at the Nazi .anwaid concentration Israelite Center will sponsor a l0 ruthlessly satisfy the mistress slightest whim. : l atke and card party on Sunday. r, Koch's eyes reddened and she lowered her eyes to stare • December 10. at 7 p.m. at the bleak floor as Ackerman, who. worked in the infamous dis\ center. 3198 S.W. 24th Terr Mrs department at Buchenwald. told how skins were taken from Ben Katz is chairman of the (jies of the murdered. On one occasion, he swore, the skins event, "exhibited to curious Nazi officers. The prosecution charges f ronl m urder to the most sadistic acts, also relate how Use wife ol Buchenwald's high lord, ordered lampshades made [the skin of her prisoners. Most of Use's victims were Jews. Diner witnesses, a long line of them, shuddered and recalled whippings and outward acts of perversion by the oncelorous mistress of Buchenwald. Hrs Koch just sat there and listened. If the jurymen, several honi turned their faces and refused to touch pieces of human 'introduced in the" trial, find her guilty, she faces a long stretch, possibly death. ut Use Koch could take hope in the action of authorities who I reek freed more than a dozen concentration camp guards, some sentenced to life terms. The Army had said there was init evidence. he key to the infamous Use Koch's future rested in whether the han civilian court would consider that human skins of victims on the mistresses' say-so also constituted, "insufficient evi„ Koch, her days of murdering over—for the time being at Isat, her hands folded, and wondered. IRICA: We Won't Quit.' ..e balding little man sat behind a big desk and puffed on a tipped cigarette. The walls surrounding him bore citations with IChinese inscriptions; a plaque from the United Jewish Appeal; a .graph of Chiang-Kai-Shek, Nationalist China's fighting leader. lump Alfred Kohlberg made no bones about it. His American h League Against Communism, oft-times attacked as "superL" wasn't thinking of quitting. On the contrary, said Kohlberg. as expanded. The membership had risen to more than 2,000 in York City alone. hen and under what circumstances would the league cash in the controversial Kohlberg was asked. He paused a moment replied freely, "If we became convinced that there were very Jews opposed to the Reds; that we did not represent the overing majority of opinion in the American Jewish community, d move for the league's dissolution." But Kohlberg was quick to reassure that most Jews supported much-attacked anti-Communist League. Some of the league's ters. -aid Kohlberg, desired to remain annonymous for a of reasons, like the prominent individual—no names given— plunked $3350 down to help further the league's educational am. dynamic little man whom Chiang honored with a special uet recently at his Formosa fortress, spoke fondly of his son. ancc and the kid's volunteer service with Haganah. Young berg, now a student at the University of Chicago, was an eer on two "illegal" immigrant ships which ran the British ade t.> resettle Hitler's survivors in Palestine Caught on one ion and imprisoned in Cyprus, Laurance escaped the British. his way home with the aid of Haganah. then started all over i i 1 A Ask the man for BALLANTINE ALE fHi BEER Better buy the case—then you won't run short when unexpected guests drop in P. BalUntine It Sou. Newark, N. J, Distributed by STATE BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK. Pres. Phone 88-3431 d t of those who criticize the league's existence? rry" for them, Kohlberg said. Some of the league's bnents rere "Reds" according to Kohlberg. but he said he felt f for the others because they didn't know the score. I ianizations which rushed to the defense of ComWst-inclined Paul" Robeson came in for some licks from I lid the action of Jewish groups in defending Robeson s kskill illy. -The league," said Kohlberg, "attacked both groups; and the hoodlums." The in | irter of Chinese goods had other concerns, however, [said that Government Treasury Department agents had been I his books with a fine tooth comb to "uncover money ad all. gedly received from the Generalissimo's Government to f>'on pro-China activities here. He had beat the agents to the (it. how. ver, by writing the Secretary of the Treasury personally m that such was absolutely not the case. ISmilingly referred to the episode, Kohlberg concluded me nent man has been searching around for four months, in the Secretary of the Treasury and telling him I received noney from Chiang, I wanted to save the government the expense nonths of work." „ ,_ ... ... [Between ringing telephones and amid a desk packed high witn Wings and memos the Jewish importer continued to fight tne U this week. His League Against Communism, long the brunt fttack from individuals and some groups, was still in business— I if Kohlberg has his way—will remain in its mid-town New fk headquarters for a long time. I Judge Meets the Kids The famed Jewish solon won his biggest "case" this week. A *e dose to his big heart these many years as King County juage. Kind the closed-doors of a Brooklyn police station, Judge t>amuei ILeibowitz reasoned with members of three of the borough s West kid gangs to avert a retaliatory killing to "make up for 'May 12 slaying of one of the gang's members. When the meeting had ended, a relieved Judge Leibow Hz. w nose 'V Us has been these many years to sentence juvenile gang mem' to sentences for crimes, announced that great strides had Deen M between establishing closer relationships between the Kias 1 local cops. "The boys have agreed to turn in all their guns, knives and fK;' Judge Uibowitz said, "and there will be no Questions F*d. In addition, he said, gang chiefs would meet once a weex F^poliee authorities to "work out a solution to prevent any r jn a city whlTre kid gang warfare had claimed score of youthful the past year, Leibowitz's announcement was good news, '"age, i n turn, appeared to have won his greatest case. ENJOY A BH3 e A rlitmaa NEXT YEAR Moke NEXT CHRISTMAS happier by haying extra money ahead for gifts and holiday expenses. Start now to put aside SOt to $10. each week in a DADE FEDERAL 1951 CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT. 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PAGE 2 A Imirih fhridUar? FRIDAY. Chest Workers Near Quota Advance workers in the Miami Division A of the Dade County Community Chest campaign reported 93.7 percent of their quota in hand and the remainder in cards still to be worked at a final '" rally at the McAllister j night. associates of Chairman Harry Hood Bassett turned m S331.94G t,i give the campaign the m< st impressive start in its hislbrj. The Miami Division A ri was only part of the expanding Chest campaign that will reach its climax after the holidays. Other sums including S55.832 raised by Miami Beach Division A. and another S59.635 from Other sources, raised the total j for the early stages of the drive to $467,415, or 54.6 per cent ol the overall campaign goal. Weiss Introduces Membership Plan A "pay-as-you-go" plan to increase membership in the Miami I Beach Y Golden Age Club, as •well as the Y itself, has been ini troduced by Samuel Weiss, long | time resident of this area. Under Weiss' plan, each new' member is permitted to purchase Zionist Youth Unit Elects Mrs. Moscovitz Mrs. I. Moscovitz of Jacksonville, was re-elected chairman of the Southern Zionist Inter-Region Youth Commission (joint youth agency of Southeastern Zionist Organization of America and Southern. Southeastern and | %  !: -..! %  R( ions) Her election took place at the annual fall meeting of Die ceni:i' ssion held tliis month in Atlanta. Other officers elected % %  > si rve with her include: Mark Spector, Chatta.. vice chairman and Max R a. All..Hi... tri asurei other members of the commission are: Hadassah representatives: Mrs. Id Aronoff, Mis. Leroy Fairman Mrs. Sidney C. Gluckman. Mrs. Murry Grossman. Mrs. Arthur Held, Mis. William Kirshner, MYs. Maurice Levine. Mrs. Robert M. Travis. Mis. Joseph Wilensky. ZOA representatives: Abe Berkowitz, Sidney C. Gluckman. Gilbert Rappaport. Robert M. Travis. Ben R. Winick. and Adalbert Freedman, executive director. Youth representatives: Young Judaea. Lee Movsovitz: Young Judaea Leaders Anita Schwartz' man; Junior Hadassah. Elaine Sachs; IZFA. Mickey Edwards. r AFETY !"*> %  nSL •Win 'N-V N Rehearsing for the Chanuka program to be presented at the party honoring New Americans in the National Council of Jewish Women's English classes are a group of pupils and their teacher, Mrs. N. Glover, right. IlirM-li To Head Anderson Play Freedom House will present a reading of Maxwell Anderson's "Lost in the Stars" by Sam Hirsch of the University of Miami drama department on Tuesday, December 12. at 8:30 p.m. at the Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach. Tickets and reservations may be made by calling 5-97C3, Samuel We i I ntitling him to attend .. meetings for one A' the end of that p nd card for two • enabling him to attend %  successive meetings. When e has run out, the in v. ber pays the remaining two S and becomes a fully paid iip mi f the G Jden Age Club n i tl -Mi .'•-. Beach Y. head the club's • n Y li %  Kadimah Women Will Hold Affair For New Members Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women will hold a membership reception in conjunction with its ular meeting on Thursday. December 14. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. according to Mrs. Leo Goldman. president. The affair will launch an intensive membership drive. Highlight of the evening will be an address by Rabbi Max Shapiro. whose topic will be "The Situaj tani in Israel Today." Mrs. Harold I G. Jailer, president of the Pio| neer Women's Council of Greater | Miami, will discuss the organizaI i tarn, its ideals and accomplishj ; ments. In charge of the meeting is' Mrs. Jack Aronovitz. membership chairman. Her aides include the Mesdames Goldman. Fred Sandler Michael Fiedler. Carol Stern and Benjamin Weintraub. Chanuka Fete Will Honor Newcomers A Chanuka celebration will honor the New Americans in the English classes of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women at the Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday. December 10. at 8:15 p.m. The program is being planned by Mrs. Joel Belov, supervisor of the English classes, with the cooperation of the Jewish Centers Association. Lighting of the traditional Chanuka candles will open the program and an original skit written by Mrs. Norman Glover will be enacted by members of the classes. Other students, some of whom are very recent comers to this country, will present papers. Other highlights of the program will include a talk by Max Gettinger. community planning chairman of Federation, and songs by the (ill-voice Greater Miami .Jewish Folk Chorus, under the leadership of Ben Yomen. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will act as mistress of ceremonies and the other members of Council's Service to Foreign Born will participate. 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PAGE 8 B vjewistncrktian GREETINGS EATAB1TE T Santa Claus And The Maccabbee By.ALFRED SEGAL (EDITORS NOTE: The views expressed by the author of this article are t otally his own. Publication* the •**•* ot necessarily mean endorsement by us ./ hit point of view.) From childhood times I urn an belief. For that he went to fight 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 sunlight, with a sack on his back from which he handed me a long stick of peppermint candy •And be a good boy," he said. •Til be around to see you again on Christmas eve." stead. "Oh. my good friends. 1 am grateful to be in your house this night but why don't you let your own Maccabaeus in also? Please make over him too. He could be SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE 54 East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLA. I came home later that aftera great hero for your children. noon in rapturous excitement Sincerely yours. Santa Claus. "I saw Santa Claus and he gave i Santa Claus chuckled as he me some candv and he said he I related this incident to me was coming to our house, too, i "i hope my note to them worked soon •• I all right. I met Judas Maccabaeus rents couldn't share my later and told him about it. He My pa iovous anticipations. It was heresv. Was this a way tor a Jewish bov to be talking? There wasn't any Santa Claus. they said. For Jewish boys there was Elijah. Didn't I remember opening the front door for him at Seder? That was for Elijah. I replied I didn't see Elijah that nifiht • '•Theie was nothing there. But I saw Santa Claus. He had a white beard and he gave me candy." I haven't lost my faith in Santa Claus evi t since. In pieces thanked me for being so considerate of him but. he said, he hadn't much hope of being as popular as I in Jewish homes. He wasn't resentful in the least, though." "Yes," Santa Claus said. "Judas Maccabaeus could be a hero as cherished as I am in many Jewish homes. You spoke of an army of Santa Clauses conquering the world tor loving kindness. I should like to march for that with an army of Maccabeans. Judas Maccabaeus and I marching together at the head of the two BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY Skagsetli Stationary Co. 1462 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-0894 ;;,",.".' tVyou What a good Santa Claus said he had dropped fr i, nd 1 am of his. '" on me that evening specifically S. II. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25C STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. MAX AND BEN HIMMEL'S Hall and I'hain BAR — RESTAURANT AND PACKAGE STORE Reasonable Prices OPEN UNTIL 5 A. M. 1513 S. W. 8th St. (Opposite Tower Theater) since our minds and hearts run well in the same direction. On'lv recently I was saying to him: "The world is raising up m ire and more soldiers. What I am proposing is an army of Santa Clauses to conquer the world for brotherhood. Santa Clauses marching all around the world capturing cities for the sake of loving-kindness." He thanked me for this full faith in him but modestly "You make a hero out of me but if there is to be an army of Santa Clauses there are others who could march along with us." During my long acquaintance of him I have found Santa Claus to be no sectarian; that is to say, he seemed to belong to no church in particular. He regarded himself as another child of the one God expressing God's love. Now he was saying: "Yes. there are others who are of my kind. Since we are speaking of heroes. what's the matter with Judas Maccabaeus?" Santa Claus spoke regretfully of the fact that while he himself is received well in many a Jewish home. Judas Maccabaeus doesn't get the rebreak too. You might say he is like George Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln and with all modestv. I say it. he's another Santa Claus." Santa Claus' suggestions fitted exactly into my own thoughts. I thanked him for calling on me, I saw him to the door "It's good of you to drop in, old man. You're welcome any time." "Please don't forget to tell them about Judas Maccabaeus. He's a grand old character who should be at home in every Jewish house —an example for the children." I dropped a suggestion "Suppose, Santa Claus. you went on strike. That is to say, you would refuse to enter any Jewish home that didn't take in the Maccabaeus also. That would fix em." "No, no." Santa Claus replied. "I couldn't let the kids down." at the ception that's coming to him "My Christmas and his Chanuka i center building 319 8 S .W. 24th DUl i I rp Israelite Onter To Seat Loaders Newly elected officers of the I Israelite Center will be installed at a dinner to be held on Sunday. December 17. at 6 p.m. come about the same time get more breaks In Jewish homes at this season than he dues." Terr. To be seated at the ceremony SEASON'S GREETINGS WILLIAM E. COOK 930 Everglades Concourse PHONE 86-8041 RENTALS — SALES MIAMI BEACH AND NORMANDY ISLE PROPERTIES Santa Claus raid he didn't disj are H B. Gross, honorary presicriminate against Jewish children:! dent: Irving Sperling, president; wherever they expect him he David Granat. first vice presiI their and mis dent; Charles Fidelman second But vice president: Sam Sandier, third vice president: Mrs. Harry Baron, recording secretary; Albert Weinberg, financial secretary; Morris Goldenberg. treasurer: Abraham Dechovitz and Barcorresponding TO ALL ... A HAPPY CHANUKA John Mni*v AND COLUMBUS HOTEL In The Heart of Miami 312 N. E. First Street PHONE 3-2671 stockings full what of my good old friend the Maccabai %  He is .mother one of the heroes of good will in the I" Santa Claus related an til: One night when Christmas fell i ney Weidenfald at th tim< IS Chanuka. secretaries. Claus happened to drop TJruRtees include Harry Baron. Ji that was, Nathan Shenkin and Mrs. Benwaiting tor him .The kids' stockjamin Sugarman. Shenkin heads hanging from the the building committee and Mrs. hind a gorgeous s. L. Cohen is in charge of pubChristn Afti he had licit v. filled all the stockings and left a heap oi gifts at the foot of the -_,_% %  „„%  ^ Lght he should leave #JIIIII % %  cia* a note tor the family. He pinned |tktf.lm Una* it man. treasurer. I good will for my old associate, i The board of directors was Judas Maccabaeus. too. in your { e lected in three classes. In the I house. He is the great hero of first class were Alexander F. Chanuka—a man of good will on Gordon, Simon Englander and account of whom Chanuka is Marvin Kimmel. Second class incelebrated these eight days. .eludes Harold B. Spaet. Walter "He and I are the same kind | C. Kovner and Milton Seller, and I of people. He went to battle for | third class. Judge Daniel P. Galen, I the sake of the kindness that re. Charles B. Cleveland, Carry A. .! spects every man in his religious ] Davis and Abbott. FRIDAY, DECEMBER HOLIDAY GREETINGS K. 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)A y, DE CEMBER 8, 1950 *JmlsthrkUan PAGE 3 A I'll Say... The Jewish Community In Rome u.copine in Rome, I wandered into the old S,g I had the feeling that if Rome can be called et r? ml City then its Jewish population might ? i,,]' an Eternal Community. For it is the oldest nc having had an uninterrupted existence of EUr than 2000 years. By HARRY SIMONHOFF ho:t' Climated that the settlement began during 'hem days. We read anti-Semitic strictures in Classic t is t .^forations. During a trial before the Senate, mulcins with rhetorical extravagance of aril uSt Jewish influence. But Julius Caesar is more tf nl The great dictator's friendship can be dettrf from the mourning in the Jewish community in inn he assassination. They observed his fTrzeU for many years. fall" Literature IliJwish influence upon Pagan Rome must have n considerable. The Latin student runs across Trend'S to Jews in the pages of Horace, Tacitus, n Juvenali Dio Cassius and Suetonius. Not that h P "v were particularly beloved. Yet the community line Tiber was not molested during the tension ired by the obstinate war, which resulted in the Lgtruction oi Jerusalem. Nor is any anti-Jewish bcident recorded following the desperate rebellion Bar Kochba. toma" Converts Onlv recently have historians begun to appreciate t influence this community exercised upon the L r iv church. For when St. Peter and St. Paul arrived in Rome they directed their steps to the Jewish onv. Here they made their first converts, following he example of Jews who had been making proselytes Imong the heathen. But most of them were not given lull status in Judaism; they were designated Helue'fS (Fearers of God, or Yirai Adonoi in Hebrew). These half baked Gerim were excellent maerial for the glad tidings preached by the apostles. hese Jewish Christians no doubt laid the foundations fur Catholicism. Under the Papacy Sovereignty passed from the Caesars to the Popes. For long centuries, during the so-called Dark Ages when the senile Roman Empire, overrun by barbarians, crumbled of old age. the record of Jews in Rome is strangely silent. This is a good sign; because it simply denotes that there were no tzores to relate. A period of fanaticism succeeded the tolerance of Pagan rule. It is a strange paradox that when nonChristian "infidels" had no protection against mobs often led by bigoted monks. Jews were safer in Rome than elsewhere in Europe. But this forbearance was not uniform. The disposition of the individual pope often determined church policy. Naturally there were some evil men among them. But generally. Jews sought protection under papal shadow as the safest sanctuary in Christendom. The Renaissance During the high Renaissance, Jews began to feel a freedom not experienced since the rule of the Pagan Caesars. Jewish physicians were preferred by Popes and Cardinals, despite the prohibitions of Latcran Councils. In 1492, a shipload of exiles from Spain applied for admission. Roman Jewry must have felt pretty secure for they petitioned Pope Alexander VI not to admit them. The Pontiff was so enraged, it is said, that he threatened to expel all the Jews from Rome. A stiff fine had to atone for their selfish folly. Pope Clement VII accorded to the dubious David Reubani the high honors due to the ambassador from a sovereign state. This pope even saved the honest, but self-deluded false Messiah, Salomo Malcho from the burning stake decreed by the Inquisition. But when prospects apeared brightest, a sudden change plunged Roman Jewry into the abyss. The Ghetto In the 16th century, the Protestant Reformation was gathering such momentum that the Roman church felt itself skidding. A new type of zealous Jen. Kafauver, Cecil Brown, Elsa Maxwell Co Speak In Beth Sholom Lecture Series The Men's Club of Temple geth Sholom wiH sponsor a Town Hall subscription series this fceason. featuring Sen. Estes Kefauve:. Cecil Brown and Elsa Maxwell, Frank Kamen, president has announced. Sen. Kefauver, in his only unofficial public appearance in southeast Florida, will make a Report to the people on January ion what he has unearthed about khe national and Dade County alliances between public officials nd notorious criminals. The tiator will also disclose what heasures the Federal Government proposes to take to eliminate the j nenace of syndicated crime to I hational security. The presently flaming Asiatic j Iron Curtain will be pierced by | TJecil Brown. Mutual Broadcasting System's world-famed. Far astern i-.nnmentator on February I 26 Brown, who is presently with I 6ur troops in Korea, will give a| itraight. unvarnished picture of | rtiat our armies are facing in Korea and may face in China, j )pens Law Office Adele Segall. attorney, ani Bounces the opening of her office j (or the general practice of law fnthe fl ces of Sidney L. Segall,; (suite 414-15 Biscayne Building. Miss Segall, who is a graduate '} University of Miami Law %  School, is an assistant to County %  Solicit... Robert Taylor. India, Siberia and the Middle Eastern countries. He will also discuss the probability of World War III beginning in Asia. On the lighter side, the series will highlight Elsa Maxell on March 5. Society's most fabled party-giver will take her listeners into private drawing rooms of the international set and reveal the human side of many of her famous, intimate friends, including the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Barbara Hutton. Rita Hayworth and Aly Khan. In addition. Miss Maxwell wHl tell many of her secrets for giving successful parties. Beach Masada Plans "Cheesecake Dance" Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District will sponsor a "Cheesecake Dinner" on Sunday, December 10. at 9 p.m. at the Versailles Hotel. Music for dancing will be provided by Michael Selker and his orchestra. Gil Rappoport, chairman of the fun-raising committee, is in charge of arrangements, with Monty Popover, Hilda Lax, Sam cleric started a Counter Reformation to clean up abuses within the church itself. One of these bigots became Pope Paul IV and began war upon every form of liberalism. In 1555 he forced all Jews to live within a walled Ghetto, which cut them off from the rest of the population. Their rights were reduced to a nullity. Humiliations were heaped upon them, designed to render Jews odious and despicable in the eyes of mankind. This intolerable state continued until the soldiers of Garibaldi entered Rome in 1870 and broke down the walls of the Ghetto. Liberation With liberation, the more energetic left the Ghetto and seized the opportunities that beckoned in economic and cultural fields. Some entered the army. Others made brilliant careers in the univei The professions, commerce and industry felt thenimpact. The turn of the century saw Ernesto Nathan a Jewish mayor of Rome. The children of Ghetto dwellers became integrated in manner, accent, and feature, not to be distinguished from other Italians. Then came Mussolini. Fascism and Nazism At first Fascism with cynical impartiality drew adherents from Gentiles or Jews. But in 1938, Hitler foisted the racist dogma upon his unwilling partner. Under pressure. Mussolini revoked the rights of Jews as he had previously abolished the liberties of Italians. The privileged and highly placed resorted to suicide, in prophetic anticipation of the gas ovens, utilized in World War II when the Nazis took over. But due credit must be given the Italian people for humane conduct in the hour of Jewish agony. Monasteries, homes, convents, and farm houses concealed Jews facing deportation. The Pope reverted to an earlier policy of church protection, and the Vatican became a city of refuge for victims fleeing the concentration camps. Thanks to Italian humanity, only one-fourth of Italian Jews were murdered. 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IpilDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1950 ISMART ATTIRE FASHION SH by HELEN ALPERT i fashion forecasts painted glamor and gold into the season for a glamor-and-gold audience on Tuesday at jjhe Westview Country Club's opening fashionluncheon. Every reservation was filled, reported Mrs. Sydney r Weintraub, chairman of the event, for the 300 Lomen members and guests who attended the special ^urdine's staging of "Resort Holiday" styles. Noted the tables was a group entertained by Miss Polly x. who wore a pink satin cap-hat and matching Isatin scarf Mrs. Stephen Dryfoos in a Hattie Carnegie navy gabardine suit Mrs. Harold Landfield in a tangerine wool one-piece dress, and a black re lvet hat she recently brought from Paris Mrs. ffiobert Green, the former Nancy Greif, in a black irocade cocktail suit and a small perked white hat Miss Kuth Friedman, a committee-member, in black wool dress trimmed with a white faille collar +Je*ist>nor*fter PAGE 7 A KEYNOTES WESTVIEW GALA OW-LUNCHEON TUESDAY cUp r b \th a aN V h e i Vet b ,T' Studded with a rhinestone ha? Mrc RIT^T and on her bl£ ck velvet v^et-ri!nmed R st b r e a r wSat LeVy "" SUU a d ^ nrr,?^ 1C tl0ns from the Burdine's "Playbill" cleverlv Kh^ n ^ V f ashions with wS2 iist such coming attractions as: h,,S. r be f Stoles for the well-dressed womanSKBFS&S £• banc theme th,s ~assft^ o utfits in goid ci th r wid SSf^^'edS,; drCSSeS StHped COttonS cashmere luxury jackets for men; velveteen pea-jackets in all colors for women; the all-around pleated skirt; white fox as the newest and most important fursweater-coats for men. Spotlighted was Howard Greer's sensational departure in swim suit styling, now including such "dress" details as peaked strapless necklines and hip-cuffs for the new long look. Summer toppers for swim suits will now follow a trend toward lace and gold cloth shorty coats. Opening bathing suit number unveiled for the "Season in the Sun" act was a $75 gold swimsuit and its gold lace shortie. Net came in for a heavy share of attention, with its use as a side-drape from either the hips c* the collarline; or as an apron-effect over luxury lounging pajamas. Also emphasized throughout the show was the colorful and dramatic new accessory, the Christian Dior stole. Worn as a cape, a shawl, a wrap or an ornament, the stole was evidenced even for beachwear, in a turkish toweling stripe. Mounting in popularity will be the colors tangerine and papillon yellow, it was prophesied. fij m-i &f — % %  > V s K* >i. ft .V & i £_X-— laba M 's. Mitchell Wolfson. upper left, attending the fashion luncheon at Westview f"niry Club Tuesday, wore e street frock of gold jersey with a gold orchid. Mrs. ye Spencer, wife of the Westview Club treasurer, chose an Adele Simpson '"ardine suit with contrasting dark accessories." As she appeared at Tuesday's 'Wheon is Mrs. Leonard Abess in a grey herringbone suit by Irene, with navy blue etching bag. gloves and shoes, and one of the new modified "jockey" bonnets with %  -* re V veiling. Chairman of the fashion luncheon was Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub •handsome suit completed with brown velvet bag and shoes and felt hat trimmed 2 br wn velvet-dotted veil. Mrs. David Fleeman attended the gala function in a !* M wool grey with white accessories and a stone-martin, while her companion, ".Joseph Davis wore the popular combination of beige and tangerine. Alligator %  *ed her bag and shoes. At lower left, a threesome of younger set attendees chat. Sanford Kramer's suit is two-piece linen in coral and white. Mrs. Charlotte^ Weinstein complemented her beige silk shantung suit with one of the few large hats seen at the style show, and Mrs. Shirley Bronner wore this navy linen, buttoneddown-the-side skirt, topped by a long-sleeved embroidered bolero and unusual white blouse. Center luncheon group is composed of Mrs. Sena Waxel. Mrs. Helen Lux, Mrs. Faye Nash and Miss Polly Lux. This mother daughter group included Mrs. Jerome C. Hofmayer, Mrs. Roy Schechter and her mother, Mrs. Mitche'l Wolfson, and Mrs. Hofmayer's mother. Mrs. Arthur Ungar. Mr. Ungar is Westview Club's president. Mrs. Hofmayer's frock is a Herbert Sondheim model in winter white jersey offset by a Spanish velvet collar studded with jewels and sequins. Mrs. Schechter wore a cocoa linen blouse and black velvet skirt. Tangerine velvet hat and matching tangerine bag spotlighted Mrs. Ungar's outfit. Photos taken by Arthur Degutz of Ardmore Studio. Miami Beach, especially for publication in The Jewish Floridian. Home Cooking For Home Baking LITTLE SAM'S MEAT & DAIRY RESTAURANT delicious Jewish-American Home Cooked Meals specializing in Full Course Meat or Dairy Dinners New Location Open 4:30 to 9:30 P.M. 41st St—Ph. 58-9563 Air Conditioned SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM rot sot eoMVAUscswa MBOMONCUSU (••"S.'w.'Jo'r eeuT JOE SOLER IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES South American Souvenirs and Jewelry Phone 58-3579 2301 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida



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PAGE 4 A J k w *j* Jfcrtafa7 Sg^EMBQ,, EDITORIAL A Real Tribute Five years of outstanding leadership were concluded this week as Stanley C. Myers relinquished the presidency of the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. The past five years have been hectic ones in the life of the Council and in our opinion marks the period in which the Council achieved maturity among the communities throughout the states. Myers' leadership guided the organization into the international limelight where governments, communities, organizations and agencies found that it had to consider the Council's position in planning their own activities. Many of the Council's actions and programs were not in accord with our way of thanking but everyone must agree that Myers' leadership as president was masterful and gained respect and glory for himself and his community. The Council at the general assembly last weekend in Washington in honoring him expressed fully the following word picture of Stanley C. Myers In grateful appreciation of the superb leadership, genuine statesmanship integrity, and inspirational direction you have brought to the presidency of the Council during the period of greatest Jewish responsibility in our American communal history. Your efforts have been dedicated to the principle that in the unity of all forces lies the only prospect for fullest achievement, that only through cooperative planning can critical needs be prevented and successfully overcome. Never has any section or partisan interest beclouded your devotion to the total goal. For the Jewish communities of America, your leadership has been the fortunate matching of the man, the need, the organization, and the hour. Every worthy cause has had your leadership: your community chest, your Council of Social Agencies, public welfare programs, national and overseas needs, war service. In all of them, you have made a distinguished record. Your contributions to the strengthening of the Council and of Jewish community service have been firmly rooted. They will continue to grow and flourish in the years ahead. This expression of affection, esteem and respect is presented by your colleagues irr gratitude for what you have already done, and in the confident knowledge that your splendid abilities will continue to benefit the Jewish communities of America and the world. More need not be said. v Dr. Weizmann* Birth** Dr. Weizmann observed his 76th birt^ home in Rehovoth this past week M u yat government, diplomats and army offiT^ him, but there was no fanfare It ri birthday, as Dr. Weizmann wouid haTe* Dr. Weizmann has always been „ The President of Israel is !" ? qmel scientist, and the scientist best works ini Y tory far removed from the noise of th though to be sure the world very often L products of his quietness and manufa-w 51 moil enough out of them. It has been a common saying in w many years that Jerusalem is the city c f : day, Tel Aviv the city of today and HaT! cit of tomorrow, but this proverb does noli into account Rehovoth, which conceivably L typify the future more than Haifa. RehovoTl indelibly associated with the scientific law] President Weizmann. In that rustic town, %  boasts no great industries, there is the We scientific laboratory, with its score oi scie ferreting out the secrets of nature, which u revolutionize the economy not only of Israel I the entire Middle East. lloach Nisi'rhooil T< Hold Tliaiiuka Dili nor II.-IIM r nts have been completed for the first annu;il Chanuka dinner dance to be sp ins ired by tin' Miami B< Jewish Centei Sisterhood at the Gri ssinj Pai ;t Hotel on s.iivi :;.:._. December 9. it w am by Mrs, Ira C. rhood president. In conjunction with the affair. r> :ig published under the chairmanship of Mis. Freda Newman. The dinner will !>• |i ,i by Is The program will include topflight night club enter. nd a full; linni '"Since the proceeds of this atur ReI fund." said Mrs. Walsey, '"1 am \ itified at : ,il : esponse of our : ends and i i % %  rhood nnei. Rabbi Irvii tua 1 leader • %  '. Ceni. "Our sisti tun and imp tanci in our -.ion and in our tnitj il is com: %  ly dedicati d not only to the : man : %  ti nets t to US traditions and cust ims, but becaust il %  servation of tlie entin eritagi which Juda:.is." Chairman of the affair is Mrs. George Goldberg and the rec ption committee 'includes: the Mesdames Joseph A. Berman, Leo Chaiken. Jack J. Falk. Samuel Friedland. William I. Feuer. Nat H. Hankoff. Irving Lchrman, Samuel Lipton. Ira C. Walsey. Samuel Wiesen and Benjamin B. Wolff. fJenisti Fkridiar Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth street, Miami 18. Florida. Entered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association. Ameri. cn Association of English. Jewish Newspapers. Florida Press Association Th.Jewlah Floridian does not guarantee thp Kashruth of the merchandise advertised in itcolumns: SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Years $5 00 FREDlTSribCHET~~ Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor Firkusny To Play Knesetb Israel To Here Sunday, Monday Honor Eisensteins At Chanuka Fete Rudolf Firkusny. internationally cell %  will lie soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday. Deci mber 10, at Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium and on Monday. December 11. at Miami High School. Both conceits will al 8:30 p.m. Firkusny. who returned from his first tour of Israel in time to embark upon his seventh conKneseth Israel Congregation will sponsor a Chanuka festival in the social hall of the synagogue on Saturday, December 9, at 8 p.m. The affair will honor Mr. and Mis. 1. B. Eisenstein, who recently presented a complete set of Vilnar Shass to the congregation. Mr. Eisenstein is one of the foundical Lodge. B'nai B'rith on Saturday. December 16. will provide I funds for the lodge's veterans service entertainment program for secutive tour of the United States crs of tne synagogue, a trustee, and Canada, has won kudoes from rst gabbai and a member of the critics throughout the world. He congregation's board of education, will play Gian-Carlo Menotti's Mrs. Eisenstein is president of C ncerto in F for Pianoforte and the sisterhood. Orchi Toastmaster will be Rabbi Isaac The orchestra, to be conducted H Evcr spiritual leader of the bj John Bitter, will play Mozart's congregation. Cantor Abraham Symphony in D Major and Self Wl11 ottev holiday songs, and Tschaikowsky's Symphony No. 5 a special Chanuka program of in E Minor history, selected sketches, poems Tickets may be purchased at T ; n,i !" *a will be presented under the ity of Miami Symth f dl ^ l : '" n T of tht ', Hebrew^eachphonj Office, Main Campus. Administration Building; Downtown Ofl 228 S.E. 1st St.; Amidon's, 220 Alhambra Circle. Coral crs, David J. and Myra Gorlin. 1219 Lincoln Road. Party To Aid Aged Home Mi..mi Beach Lodge 170 of the Gables; Miami Beach Radio Co., Knights of Pythias will sponsor a Chanuka party at the Miami Beach American Legion Hall. 1828 Alton Road, on Saturday, Dccember 9. at 8:30 p.m. Proceeds are earmarked for the Jewish Home for the Aged. Beth David To Elect Con n Beth David will and direct innual meeting on Wednesday, December 13. at 8 p.m. at the new gue, S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th R rding •.ci Beinard Sterling, president. Memorial services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapno for all members who departed during the past year. Academy Students To Present Pageant A Chanuka musical pageant will be conducted by students of the Hebrew Academy on Monday. December 11. at 8 p.m. in the academy auditorium, 918 6th St., Miami Beach, Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal and director, announced. The pageant entitled "The Menorah of the Ages," is written by Mr. and Mrs. H. Perach. instructors at the academy, and will be produced and directed by Miss Edna Sachs, director, department of dramatics at the school. A cast of 60 students will participate, including a chorus of 45 voices, directed by Joseph' of arrangements for the party. Schreibman. musical director of !| Assisting her are Mrs. Bettv Chanuka Program Over 100 persons witnessed the Chanuka program presented Monday night by the stud, nts of the Northside Jewish Center Hebrew School. Written and directed by George Goldberg, Hebrew teacher, the program included Cantor Al Glantz. George Weisbaum, president, chaired the meeting. Rabbi Mann To Speak At Chanuka Party A Chanuka latke party will be sponsored by Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach and Bialik Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance on Sunday, December 10, at 8 p.m. at Kneseth Israel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. David Friedman, who recently returned from Israel, will be honorat the affair. 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^.DE CEMBER 8, 1950 vJewistincrMian PAGE 5 B Lgi B'rith Lodges en 2nd Phase Of Libership Drive r uth Florida B'nai BVith ^t week entered the *nd P n:i!ie of a nation wide bership campaign, aimed at Landing [gram She Wears A Star Of David By MILTON FRIEDMAN sav that women i of $55,000 in a single case for artneir minds must ranoino ., __ l the community service capacity as the Greater Miami I missioner cm tin. Those who can't make up not know Frieda Hennock. Mils "'"f" 1 a com Pny merger. Hennoek sometimes makes as ^ ne Dec ame widely known in many as 60 decisions a day in hei '' ,:!il1 circleas assistant counsel I I woman comof the New York State Mortg c m Commission and as din Approximately 300 new memYase been enrolled in the |o<]ges constituting the l;ami Council since the [nine of the campaign, it has P announced by Council Lident George J. Bertman. The hniz'ition of the Flamingo l, e No, 1869 serving the Hia5,-Miami Springs area, swelled itotal of B'nai B'rith Lodges in Lth Florida to nine groups. Wans are being readied for the [anization of a lodge in the t'th Miami community accord|to an announcement by State nbership chairman Bernard -mark. Jorth Shore Lodge, drawing its pbers from the North Miami Ht&rea, enrolled 21 new memt.at its smoker held last yt at the Indian Queen Hotel. Membership honors are difed between Coral Gables and North Shore Lodge, "victor becoming eligible to Lire the B'nai B'rith Council's jual membership award, an en* Ired bronze plaque. It was won I9f9by Ihe North Shore Lodge. (. Weiss Elected Eugene Weiss, of Miami pWh. was elected president at closing of the 25th annual hvention of the Chiropody .I Florida in Miami Beach %  entry. Other new officers arc Dr. Bliam Ellison, of Tampa, vice ksident, and Dr. Loney B. lams, of St. Petersburg, secret-treasurer. (he semi-annual convention of association will be held in jytona Beach next May. Federal munications commission. An attractive blonde—thirtyish looking, sophisticated, g humored—Miss Hennock is perhaps the highest U. S. government official who wears a Star of David suspended from her necklace. She matter-of-factly explains to the curious that it is a Jewish Star—the same as the one on the Israel flag. One of the most unusual women in the government, she is also among the most respected. She is a selfmade woman, a female Horatio Alger, and a charming and feminine person. Recently Miss Hennock read an article she liked in a New York Yiddish daily. She took a sheet of paper from her desk and wrote —in Yiddish—to the author to compliment him. For years she has actively participated in United Jewish Appeal campaigns and worked with the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies in NewYork. She has relatives in Israel and has closely followed the development of the Jewish state. Her parents brought her to New York City from Poland when she was six. During early school v special lecture course at Brooklyn : Law School. She took an early interest in the New Deal and supted President Roosevelt. She was asked to join Choafc, Mitchell & Ely In 1941. becoming the first woman lawyer and the only Democrat to belong to the Republican firm since its establishment in 1807. Her almost incredible energy and resourcefulness contributed to her growing reputation. Miss Hennock—"Fritzie" to her friends—didn't surprise anyone who knew her then or in 1948 when President Truman appointed her to the F.C.C. as that agency's first woman member. She had become known as a champion of women's rights and a leader in the liberal wing of the Democratic party. She helped William O'Dwyer win the New York mayoralty and won such respect from the administration for herself. In response to the government's call, she voluntarily gave up an annual inc..me whicn reportedly ran in six figun hi r [government pay is but a fraction. When she testified befi she showed conspicuous talent as predominantly Republican Senate a pianist. However, after graduation, from high school, she announced that she would become a lawyer. Her father disagreed, saying that she must continue in music. She not only became a lawyer but in fact was the youngest woman lawyer in New York. To pay her way through night classes at Brooklyn Law School, she worked for the law firm of Thomas & Friedman. She earned her degree at the age of 19. During her first few years of practice she won acquittal for seven persons accused of murder. When she was 23 she switched to corporation law and earned a fee MEALjrfaTVRjl^ C00(N)<§ Delicious—refreshing %  nourish\ Ingr! fancy Imported herring % iiriMis bathed In farm-fiesh C cream. Ready t<> eal i itiiit out "f i the Jar. At better grocers everywhere. 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t-pjpAY, DECEMBER 8, 1950 *J€nisti Meridian Where are the Jewish Boxers? By HAROLD L. RIBALOW n happens all the time. You o#t together with a group of Sole t" watch a fight on a TV L-reen and sooner or later someone remarks. "You notice all the Negroes in the game today? And f two Negroes aren't fighting iach other, they are Italians, or Irishmen, or Cubans or Puerto Ricans. What's happened to the Jewish lighters?" It is a good question. There isn't a single topnotch Jewish fighter around. Not too many vears aso the Jews produced more than their share of boxing aces. A; a matter of fact, there have been more than 20 Jewish fighters who won ring crowns and a nv listing of great fighters, in practically all divisions, cannot exclude many Jewish names. From the days of Daniel Mendoza in England, a great heavyweight, uptothi mid-thirties, wan-faced, hard-hitting Jewish youngsters thrilled thousands of fight fans all over the nation. And those who do not follow sports, or those who think that boxing is brutal, I forget that the very eminence of I Jewish boxers convinced the GenItne American that Jews have guts, that Jews can fight. Maybe [Barney Ross standing helplessly I against Henry Armstrong at a I time when Barney was all washed up was a rough sight for pitying Ieyes. But Barney's courage, later Ire-emphasized when he fought as la Marine at Guadalcanal, was a [lesson taught to plenty of JewIbaiters. It was Arthur Brisbane [who once said, "Benny Leonard [has done more to conquer anti[Semiti.-m than a thousand text books have done." Brisbane was a great newspaper editor, and he understood the American people. Yes, the honor list is a memorable one: Benny Leonard, the greatest lightweight who ever lived; Barney R 0 ss, the slenderhipped boy who fought his way out of the Chicago slums to win three titles and national fame; Ruby Goldstein, Sid Terris, Al Singer and other Ghetto lightweights who failed to emulate Leonard s feats but who, bv their fistic prowess, persuaded Americans that Jews are good Americans and convinced the older generation of Jews that the younger boys are ready to fight their way to the top, and others, whose anles ar e by this time legend. Why, to name the champs alone takes plenty of space, but here's fUSt a partial • listing: Maxie Rosenbloom, light heayweight tilleholder; Ben Jeby and Solly Kreiger, middleweight champs; Abe Attell. Benny Bass, two light men and Charlie Rosenberg and Kip Kaplan and Jackie Kid Berg. All of them good scrappers, all of them real professional fighters. What has happened in the last ten years? There is practically nobody around today, except for Elmer Beltz, a weltherweight who fights out of Los Angeles, and the washed-up Bill Weinberg. There are lots of theories and they fit into a single pattern: if you can make money without getting your head knocked off, why, you forget about fighting. Ruby Goldstein, a star of the twenties and now a top referee, told this writer, in complaint, that "kids are IS make it FIRST on your menu chicken soup clear or with matzo balls noc dies rice' kreplach i i icm 0(/p IHI BAKERS OF WORLD-FAMOUS MANISCHEWITZ MATZO The Original "SALLY" Is Back At Sally's CORAL INN Corner of 12th Ave. and S.W. 6th St. • All baking done on premises • Kosher style cuisine • Backed by 46 years of experience in the restaurant and cooking business OPEN DAILY 4 TO 9 P.M. Sundays and Holidays 12 Noon to 9 P.M. Phone 82-9415 Met the honest full quart I V PAGE 7B soft nowadays. They want to go to school; they want to ride around in cars and not walk. Their parents are better off, and so the kids don't go into the ring." Abe Simon, who went into the 13th round with Joe Louis once and lasted half as long the second time around, told me that it all means that Jews are no longer as hard up for money as they used to be. Bill Heinz, a top sports writer, claims that great ringmen come up from the slums, and the Jews are out of the slums today. All of these reasons make sense and they help to explain why there are so many Negro boxers around. It is the quickest way to make big money for people without education, without professions, with bias facing them in other fields. But there is something that these people, those who say it is all economics, overlook. When Joe Louis made good, hundreds of Negro boys started to box. When Jackie Robinson made the grade in baseball, hundreds more took the diamond game. In the past, when Benny Leonard was a champion, countless Jewish boys took to the ring. When Hank Greenberg became a home run star, he was the forerunner of Al Rosen and Co. In other words, there are pride and glory attached to the fame one wins in sports. It is true that Jewish boys go to college and don't go in for boxing. It is equally accurate to say that as the Lower East Side Jews moved uptown or to the Bronx, future Jewish fighters became doctors, etc. But together with the diminishing numbers of Jews going in for boxing, there were fewer popular heroes. Result: no Jewish fighters. So we have Negroes heading major divisions, an Italian, Jake LaMotta, at the top of the middleweights, another Italian, Joey Maxim, leading the light-heavyweights—but no Jews either at the head of or even at the bottom of the boxing divisions. In spite of the fact that Jews are finding it easier to make a living in fields other than boxing, a sensational Jewish newcomer would, I believe, liven up the pugilistic world and may encourage other Jewsh youths to take to the sports. 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PAGE 4 B fJenisti flcridliari ^^•^CEMBEH,; Co-Operative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Mi. Llebman who formerlj practiced law In New fork, In now a i-.-M.-ni ol Miami Beach and n mn.ili.-r ..f the Florida Bai lasoclation, former director of the economic commlaaion <.i the Zlonlat Organisation, he haa written and lectured ictensiveb on Israel and Zionism He la ;i bei of thi national board ol the I'nlted synagogue of America and la .-. membei "i the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mr Llebman la program chairman "f the Miami B. icn Zionist Dlsti cl THE EDITOR. By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN dollar business. Its adherents, its Histadruth affiliates dominate membership, are anxious for it to road transportation in Israel.—so develop and expand. It aspires to Robert R. Nathan wrote. How a pure socialist state. Many of its many appreciate the significance leaders do not believe in the of this remark? existence of private capital. There Practicallv all bus service, incan oe no criticism of such betra and inter-urban, in Israel is ''efs. (The converse is true for controlled bv co-operatives who adherents of private capital.) The banded together in the earlv Histadruth represents many 1930-s. These co-operatives were g'oupsEach of these groups are the outgrowth of an earlier mush: constantly seeking converts and rooming of small motor-transport aid for themselves so that they, operators and fierce competition. in tuI n ma >" control the HisNathan states. "In the absence of ; tadruth. large sums of venture capital: I have heard reports that last and in keeping with prevailing year almost a thousand shelichim ideologies, the mergers took the | (messengers or emissaries) of form of producer's co-operatives t Mapai and Mapam visited the affiKaed with the Histadruth." country. Their purpose, as it alThe men who drive these buses ways has been, was to woo Arnericonstitute one of the hero-secan youth and indoctrinate them men;.,pf the Israel-Arab war. with socialism, to strengthen the With blind devotion and zeal, they ranks of their American cohorts drove buses from T.-l Aviv to and also to speak for funds for Jerusalem, sat erect and exposed their own needs. These were to Arab snipers and ran the Partisan visits and were not mgauntlet day after day in order 'ended for the good of the entire to bring people and supplies to country ol Israel. Lnless one besiged in Jerusalem. agrees with the purpose of such u ,. ,, „ i. „„,,,. „* v.:_ I Visit it is obvious that thev conHowever. t %  ,. • ,, st. luted a dram on th uk not o fact „ J J j 11 t „ i ,„_-_ i,. needed dollars, foreign exchange V"-, ',^Vh T' %  and currency of Israel. While in • • w.i i l !" % %  1 was told that these party 1 B %  '•• % %  ; -ndustnal co.. u ,, „ ng this Na•^• %  "chim could get ox t visas i more readily than private busin< >s men who wanted to make business trips abroad. Many I others to South Africa and South • lives. ( oncernmg ; ; ...:. • "The c i-op : un wield nter] -• reaches lai ge public utilit\ !-..-.. • n for corn I %  .. the* n li)46 by goveri ental n tioi i %  by the present [n 1948. Ma j i Roh ca. It is understandable that political jaunts should be subordinated to the | at r need of the country as a whole. Taxation and Prices In the August 1950 issue of "Inside Israel" from Tel Aviv Tel Aviv t f what p] ing -r i,,. ,, .. %  .druth economic concerns such n lusti ial and agricultural co%  :• wholesale and r< ta bution organizations, etc., n the payment x Thus, a k %  • year %  iunds %  ..',%  y paid a 1 %  t to a i It • %  thesi %  lied 1949 1 -.men; fi ivith: -' • censure, Ai • it inl lal costs but no ven bv the government to pen .:. thi | ice of goods prh ite firms. It has been bul n that the high cost of livn between ,ng in Israel could be cut overfa night by a 10 percent reduction democratic state." in the prices charged by Tnuva. I Italics mine.) The Israel Economist, a Jerusalem As long as England was the; monthly, in discussing agriculruling power and neither social'. tural prices, reported that those ism nor capitalism were political I f up fruits and vegetables were too parties or were represented by j high and that communal settlepolitical parties, an equilibrium was maintained between these two economic forms. The abe of politics, except in World 1 Z nist Congresses. permitted i I movement to develop in the i marts without politi favoritism and so. the unique synthesis in Israel of opposing •'" %  %  "lie %  "• • pt i loped. It w. the maintenance of m. among 'hat An r Eban pleaded past O But whal happened since May 15. 1948? %  him The English policy of lai e (althou lid all in curb .-ndustnal proI IS, private or co-op) has t> r i ded by a government which is in the control of Mapai j who, as previously indicated, is [trolled by the Histadruth and th< Histadruth is a multi-million Rabbi Joseph C Rackorslcy 810 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 i merits, the principal suppliers of these commodities therefor. The j first is the necessity of maintaining a high standard of living for j their members, which in im' portant respects are "higher than those in towns." The second is that settlements base their prices to secure a return which permits I payment of debts, recouping of I war losses, and expansion which "means in effect subsidizing agriculture through some form of indirect taxation." The editor states that economic criticism is nipped in the bud because Tnuva, the marketing organization for 70 percent of all produce in Israel, is associated with the Histadruth. The article attacks kvutzot policies because, "the communal settlements already receive veiled subsidies in the form of farreaching exeptions. The rank and file refuse to take seriously proposals coming from outside sources" and even from responsible leaders of their own parties who have preserved their independence of mind and Ben Gurion is named as one of this group. Ben Gnrion and His Party This is not the only instance in which Ben Gurion has Deen ignored by other Mapai leaders when they placed party loyalty and self-interest above the welfare of the state. Mark Krug wrote an excellent polemic in the Congress Weekly of November 14, 1949. entitled". "Education for Disunity." He discussed the compul, sory education bill adopted by the Knesset in September which perpetuated the multi-school system of education by political parties but giving parents the choice of schools for their children. The Histadruth states that its schools are dedicated, "to interpret certain aspects of literature, history, geography and other social studies in the light of the social philosophy of the Histadruth." Krug quoted from a proclamation of the Histadruth Executive, which, "calls upon the parents who are members of the | Histadruth (the Histadruth has 150.000 members) to rally to the support of the labor education i. and to direct (sic!) the education of theirchildren according to the principles of the Jewish Laboi Movement. The exinstructs the local help thi tern to ngthen laboi .-. "Tr i : mean thai • irfci mployment and livi the goodwill of the local H uli employment hureans. will > r best understood seljfrest, enroll their children in the tabor schools. Since most of the hundred thousand new immigrants can get employment only through rlie local labor councils i is easy to foresee what type of school they will 'choose.' One can also imagine what kind of a free and objective study the many thousands of illiterate Moroccan and Algerian Jewish immigrants will make." He then states. "It is encouraging to note that the two parties of the General Zionists in Israel have fought vigorously and unitedly against the enactment of this bill. The Progressive Zionists joined forces with the General Zionist delegates to castigate the bill as a shocking concession fo party policies which might destroy national unity and make innocent children party puppets. "American Jews will find it difficult, if not impossible, to understand the frank, but somewhat cynical argument, used in the Knesset debate by Mr. Shazar and other Mapai speakers to justify the bill. They blandly stated that those who demand a unified public system of education in Israel should not forget that since Mapai has the majority (a relative majority) in the government, such a system would mean a Mapai-controlled education. Anyone who is familar with the educational systems in the United States, England, France and in other western democratic countries cannot possibly be expected to understand the logic of this statement. rv. # Pose that thev£• S^J crats in the Am„ yoflh D !" ant that the & S ta now controUin'^ticll tern and that the v^N Labor Party ,J R !"* of 1 Bevin and Attlee £ In"? e "' otST Mapr £ m Md Knesset walked out,? "M was taken but hT^tM undaunted ; ,nri lea sJ Mapam. and XaStLi m passing the bill VH marks are m„ s s JL^II are symptomatic"*? 1 ^ 1 concept of democrat? £ by some Israelis. (In the next and fmat;. ment / shall brieflJ^some economic 22D£?1 raising f 0T /.ff^h marxze.) una ^SJGUSTBPOSI Is the&ESTt DOOM TO PHONE 5-3444 SO. 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** nECEMBffl-fe. *Jmis/ l normfrm PAGE 5 A bbi Kronish To M m f*.: reon Kronish, spiritual V f Temple Beth Sholom of ; Be-u-li. will begin a series ,r film f'' um lectures on Bible—Source Book of] fan Relations," on Wednesday, Uber 13, at 8:30 p.m. in the Katio The lectures will be KTiaVi of the Workshop IjMrish Living which is sponL} hv the Temple's Adult EL Committee. £hrew courses for adults are E hrinu given as part of this Ikshop each Wednesday eveIftetween 7:45 and 8:30, under fSvision of Sydney J. Lnberg, principal of Beth K?s Religious School and fessor of Hebrew at the UniLy of Miami. the Hebrew courses and the l ure series are open to all tits. U Geltner Serves fith Marine Corps hi Herbert B. Geltner, son of F and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1784 tr 5th St.. is serving with the |S Marines at the Marine Corps Ell Elected To Nat'l Sisterhood Post Mrs. Leon J. Ell was appointed to the executive board of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods at the group's recent convention in Cleveland. Mrs. Ell has been chairman of the religious school board of Temple Beth Sholom for the past six years, a position she continues to hold. She is a past president of the Beth Sholom Sisterhood, vice president of the Israeli Group of Hadassah and coordinator of the Jewish National Fund trees for the Greater Miami Chapter of ssah. Mrs. Ell has also been ; active in the PTA of Miami Beach j High School and is now serving as its treasurer, is a member of! the executive board of the Bureau of Jewish Education and recording secretary of the Women's i Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Chcmuka Event Planned The Sisterhood of the Downtown Synagogue (formerly old Beth David) will sponsor a Chanuka program on Sunday, December 10, at 8 p.m. at the synagogue. Mrs. Pearl Krieger is chairman of the event. Cpl. Herbert B. Geltner |r Station. Cherry Point. N. C. is a photographer with AirJift Engineering Squadron 46. |Cpl. Geltner, who joined Marine ighting Squadron 142 of the bine Air Reserve in 1948, was Illed into active duty on October Iwhen the unit was called back bo to present need. He attended Ichnical High School and the Divers >i Miami before being I IHe spent the weekend with his %  rents h W^ THC BEST IN KOSHER FOODS I 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 AH Occasions N 0 PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE [Suggestions Without Obligation I ^1 5-2655 — Ak for Boris WJGUST BROS Rvi %  \ Mrs. Leon Ell JCRS To Meet Monday A meeting of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will be held at Howard Johnson's Restaurant, 1100 Biscayne Blvd., on Monday, December 11, at 8 p.m. We Are Happy to Announce I In* Formal Opening with a Traditional Friday Night Dinner Dpppmbor I .llli at 1 P.M. Mendelsohn's Inc. KOSHER RESTAURANT AND SANDWICH SHOP Catering for All Occasions Corner of 41st Street and Royal Palm Avenue Telephone 58-8946 ri CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermorket* Miami Office 153 N.E. &** **• "*• -l



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PAGE 12 A vjewisti fk>rldHan_ FRIDAY. DE CEMBER fc isso Join the Crowds of Smart Xmas Shoppers.. .and Shop in our One-Stop Downtown Store at35 H.W. 2nd St. CRISCO A FAMOUS SHORTENING 3 1b. tin 79 TIDE Urft Pwkact r -*V FEATURES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., SAT. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED MIL K 3 25 303 ^F I c Del Moite PEACHES Sweet PEAS — MltlllS *> Light Meat Solid Pack m ._ FYNE TASTE St. Regis TUNA Pork i BE A NS IM JUICE Flock I'muiiiiii B EE R 2-29 29 25 No. 300 cans MIAMI GOLD Lar 9 e 46 Oz. ORANGE AND TANGERINE Can ctn. of 0 12 oz. bottles No Deposit 79



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PAGE 10 A *Jewlsi> n&rMten raPAV DECEMRPH fl, The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 420 1INC01N R00 MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE 5-2978 S Beth David PTA Fetes Students Over 600 students of the Beth David Sunday School were guests at a Chanuka party given by the Beth David PTA Sunday morning at the synagogue. Mrs. Nathan Davidow was in charge. The PTA was host to 200 children of the Hebrew school on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. William Rosenberg was chairman and Mrs. Albert Levine refreshments chairman. Kindling of the Chanuka lights, recitation of the blessings, exchange of gifts and holiday songs and games were features of both parlies. Obituaries TO ALL GREETINGS _, .. — Enriched Academic. Commercial Nursery Thru 12th Grade ^^ r xTxr:r^^ n Schools Inquires Invited 1010 West Ave.. M.B. Ph. 5-0606 m (ylmtim \7^ 0:oA y&uA, CLARENCE POLLACK i,i ..• 2125 \\'Hh|n"ton Ave., pnnsed sway November 28. He rnme to Miami from V'allev Stream and M %  salesman. He leaves his wife, Rosalie, one daughter. Mrs. Jam I Propper, "f Vallev Sf. iMi. Services were r<>ndurted Dec-ember l it the Miami Beach Riverside Chapel with Rabbi Moshay I v Mann of'ifJatins'. ELLIS LABY 58, of 115 fith st. passed away November 28. He came here from Bmoklvn Mr. Laby l i• • l as the result ,,r %  • f:iii hlle pointIna al n hotel on Miami Beach. He leaves his wife. Bather. The remains were sen! i" Brooklyn for services and Interment i.\ tii.wisml Reach Riverside. MRS. SADIE HENDEL SO, of 331 74th St., passed away November JO A resident for -'" years Mrs. 1ITI<1'1 leaves five sons Including Dr. David Mendel, of Miami Beach; one dauahter, Mrs Mamye fluttman, 115 srandchllilren and !' eraat-grandI children. Mrs. Hendel and her husI band, also deceased, formarly operated the National Market at 4th St. and Collins Ave Servir.-s "ere conI ducted at the Miami IteaPh Riverside with Riihbl Philip Pried offi, iat'ne. i interment to,,k place In Mt Blnal ; Cemeterv. MRS. BEATRICE M. WINKLEMAN .',3 of 1012 Meridian Ave., pas.seil away in a Beach hospital December t. she was employed as a secretary i.v Nathan Straus Duparquct. Surviving Is a sister. Miss Nan Winkleman, of Miami Reach. The remains were sent to Philadelphia h> Miami Beach Riverside MRS. ANNA MARKS 7.". of 1334 Washington Ave.. passed awav in %  Beach hospital on December I She came from New York City I three years ago and is survived by a i son .liilisn and one daughter. Diana. •of Miami Beach. The remains were sent to New York for services and Interment hv Miami Peach Riverside. BERTHA STERN 7S. of 3KX5 N.w. :.th St.. passed I away In a local hospital on December 4. She came here from Raltlmore two weeks ago and Is survived by her | husband Leopold; two daughters Mrs. S..| Kolaml. of Miami and Mrs. I.eo Kiehberg. of Taeoma Park. Md. The I remains were sent to Maryland for services and Interment by Miami i Riverside MRS. MOLLIE BERG 7ft. of 6i> Ocean Drive, passed away I December 3 in a Reach hospital. The I remains were sent to New York for I services and interment by the Miami Riverside. SfcNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. wrosonic BUILT BY BALDWIN WIDE SELECTION OF STYLES The Acrosonic. Baldwin's amazing small piano, is entirely different in tone, action and design from all others. See it hear it play it NOW ... A demonstration will convince you that an Acrosonic truly is The gift for your family I MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED DO YOU KNOW—As low as $73.50 down and $21.68 per month buys an Acrosonic? Why buy less than the best? &&'$$*& i/fr&> 1730 Biscayne Blvd. £. Ph. 82-4616 BALDWIN and LESTER PIANOS OPEN EVENINGS America's Foremost Female Impersonators CLUB JEWEL BOX formerly the Frolic 13th St-McArthur Causeway — STARRING — JACKIE MAYE AND A CAST OF 30 People Bigger & Better Than Ever PH. 3-6983 or 9-3100 THE NOODLES j WITH THE 3 HOME-MADE FLAVOR! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN M Pure EGG NOODLES Simply delicious! Serve with soup cheese as a side-dish. Fit in delightfully with meat^r dairy menus, — a wholesome, tempting treat any and every way! The taste tells you they're good! The name tells you they're Kosher! PALM 14 N.E. 24th St. Distributed by ins i mill ius. ix. Miami 37, Fl. Phone 34J8 I SHERRY NORMANDIE RESTAURANT Normandie Itle — At The Fountain FOUR WORDS that have made ui famous: / Quality / Service / Comiort / Atmosphere! Serving The Largest Variety of Sea Food in Greater Miami Completely Remodeled and Redecorated Steaks — Chops — Southern Fried & Broiled Chicken Mrs. Horn's llakery 1171 S. W. 8th Strett Serving Yon -| With the finest line ol Pastry, Bread & Rolls Wedding & Birthday ( to Order Open All Day Sunday Coil 3-1653 % &f&f&f&f&f&f < To All Our Friends and Customers Our Best Wishes For a Happy Chanuka BRASLAWSKY S Kosher TV73 Market SPECIAL CHANUKA SALE A trial will convince you that we carry only + QUALITY MEAT AT FAIR PRICES # Your telephone orders will receive our personal attention I : 1675 Alton Road Free Delivery Phone 5-7W] Under Strict Supervision of Rabbi Moses MescheloK &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f < THE OPENING OF OUR NEW tiUpbtai rk >•<• ^ Ko, :., Weeks NeSt ** J.W r,rr IS*-** SI cc JlOO-e* 11.00 |S* I5.0C ,;,>•,< %  ) $10 00 i f-„infll4 Shepard Broad, President Max Dreyer.Member, Feder* Secretary ,surfl ""



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PAGE 8 A Jl^AY^ECQ^g SOUTHWEST KOSHER FOOD MARKET Strictly Kosher Fresh Meats, Poultry & Delicatessen 1007 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone 4-3926 Under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakpshruth FREE DELIVERY %  O ne Trial Will Convince You" Dorotliv Michelson, Louis Dresner Speak Vows iii Double-Ring Service At Sorrento The Sorrento Hotel was the setting for the marriage of Miss Dorothy Michelson to L iuis Dn ner ori Sunday. November 19Rabbi Irving Lehrman road the double-ring service, and Jack Prince was soloist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Michelson, 70S Ave., Miami Beach, Mr. Dresner's parents are the Barney Dresners, 1011 4th St.. Miami Beach. 1her wedding the bride B ballerina length gown of nylon net with Alencon lace bodice. Her full-length French illusion veil fell from a satin and seed pearl cap. and she carried a bouquet of white carnations ccnattendant in general hospital and tered with two hybrid orchids. POSITION WANTED Many years experience as kosher butcher. Full or part time. Union man. Also 10 years experience as mental institution. Call Mr. Sweetin, 48-8631 BABY SITTER Do you need reliable baby sitter She wore a pearl necklace and a diamond-studded wrist watch, a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs. Harold Michelson was matron of honor in a gown of pale blue lace. She and Mr. Michelson flew in from California for the for your precious child? Day or i ^ man {or his brother night. References. CALL 2-8664. APT. 4 SINGLE WOMAN 45. wishes to meet nice man. Age net important. I have good incoire and nice disposition. Wish to find good natured gentleman with business or income. Write Mrs. G. Box 2973. Miami 18 yner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Partiei PHONE 83-7581 DREAM HAVEN LODGE 1681 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach Telephone 5-1333 The Only Hotel That Gives Specialized Care to Personal Diets and Light Nursing Attention REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 FOR SALE OR FOR RENT Meat market in excellent neighborhood with 2000 Jewish families. Fully equipped. Carries kosher meat, poultry & delicatessen. Well established with good following. Fir.e opportunity for responsible, experienced party. Write Mr. S. Box 2973. Miami 18 WOMAN WANTED 40-45. neat, understand kosher ccoking; sleep in: general housework (light): salary and time <\'f arranged. 2 Adults 2 Children in Family. Call Mrs. Sam Fuchs 86-5121 The bride's mother wore navy I lue crepe, while the bridegroom's mother was attired in Eleanor blue lace. Both chose a double silver orchid corsage. A : %  tt ption and dinner followed the ceremony. The former Miss Michelson from Miami Beach nd attended Florida State University and the Unity of Miami. Her husb graduate of Trenton Central Sch IOI. He served in the navy for two years and is now ant transportation director of the Miami Beach Police Delent. Upon their return from a wedtrip to Nassau, the couple will reside at 901 4th St.. Miami Bi IN PERSON! JAN PEERCE Sunday, Jan. 21st Miami Beach Auditorium Tickets Now on Sale at Miami Beach Auditorium and Stevens Travel Service 1905 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-3473 PETER'S Drive lender "Barbecue Ribs and Chicken" (Opposite the Jai-Alai) Ph. 88-9385 3799 N. W. 36th Street OPERA GUnj> OT GREATER M|fl Presents FERRUCCIO Tagliavfay Supported By World p %  writ Jn. W-13 M senior 1^ CARMEN With All Met Stars Feb. 24-Dade County Ad tor.urn; Feb. 26—Mianvi fcS Auditorium Ulam > Beach For Tkfret Reservation aid Membership Call „• %  Wri-. 9.1332 Burdme-. "" 58-7575 Miami Beach a.. 3-5123 Cordelia" RM| 5 0436 o £ a o m Beach Aud. OPERA GUIL.D 625 S. W. 29,h Rd 3.^ CHANUKA GREETINGS To Our Many JewUh Friwd, And Patrons ... LARRY MARKS & CO 120 N. W. 1st Street >^^^WA^W Mrs. Louis Dresner Dolores Gloria Farkas Becomes Mrs. Bramson A double-ring candlelight servHarry Bramsons, 638 6th St., Miii %  at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel i ami Beach. The bride wore a white satin on October 29 united in marriage Miss Dolores Gloria Farkas and Edward Bramson. Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farkas, 1225 West Ave.. Miami Beach. The bridegroom's parents are the IIIISBll \\ LESSONS By Experienced Teacher Phone 58-0751, Room 207 NORMA KAYE Teacher of DICTION • PHONETICS Speech Impediment Correction Call 58-4822 Evenings gown with cathedral train. An orange blossom crown secured her long illusion veil, and she carried a white bible topped with orchids. Mrs. Marcia Levenson served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Charlotte Safra and Miss Ellie Lieberman. All attendants wore pastel gowns and carried pink and white bouquets. Best man was David Dubow. Seating guests were Maurice Levenson, Gilbert Levin. Jimmy Mack and Raymond Bookman. Following a reception, the couple left for an extended honeymoon in Havana. LINCOLN MANOR KOSHER RESTAURANT (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) FULL COURSE DINNERS PROM V — OPEN 4 P.M. TO 10 P.M. Phone 58-5669 ior Reservations Books open for catering for all occasions. Featuring Bar Milzvas. Weddings, Banquets Seating from 25 to 600 FREE NO. 2 LINCOLN ROAD PARSING ON THE OCEAN Rosenthals Live In Knoxvillc A.iron B. Rosenthal. former Miamian. and his recent bride, the former Miss Miriam Korman, arel making their home in Knoxville. Tenn., where the bridegroom is affiliated with the Tennessee Valley Authority, The couple was married September 10 in Cleveland. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Korman. Cleveland Heights. O, attended Ohio State University. Mr t.Rosenthal. son of Mrs. Jeanette Stolfi. 1437 S.W. 7th St.. is a graduate of Georgia Tech and ved his master of mechanical engineering from Ohio State. The couple honeymooned in the South. TWENTY-THIRD SEASON 1950-51 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA JOHN BITTER. Guest Conductor RUDOLPH FIRKUSNY, Pianist Miami ivart | v n : %  • I RUDOLPH FIRKUSNY Sunday Eve.. D-<\ 10. :<: Municipal Auditorium Monday I've., Dec. 11, :il HlKll BOBOOl SINGLE TICKETS $1 50, • ";'''.'"£, TICKETS ON SALE: I', of M S '.-. •!.•>.' 0, i towntown off M B. Radio Co., 58-757;. >'••' ( J !£i AmMon'a Mu.lc Co., 1-2070 Jean's Candy Shoppe, M.B. AMERICAN aad %  %  %  pu (tp) Endor.ad by Union of Orlhodo. Jwih Conaragolions of America mmgff* Dining Room Available 1 r Weddings. Bar Mitavaa. All Social Functions —Ardmora siuilio Mrs. Edward Bramson Carol Suzanne Adler Betrothal Revealed Making plans for a spring wedding are Miss Carol Suzanne Adler and Stanley D. Caidin. whose engagement has been announced by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Adler, 805 Noremac Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. Caidin is the son of the Nathan Caidins. 727 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. Miss Ad'.er is a student at the University of Miami. Her fiance, a graduate of the University of Florida Law School, is an attorney associated with Aronovitz and Aronovitz. FOR RENT Furnished room for 2 working girls, close to shopping and buses. S12 a week. 216C S.W. 1st Street GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava you. root repair** now; you will aav* on a new roof later "Satlafaetory Work by Expanancad Men" 414 S. W. land Avenue HONI 4-1 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO ANDJTj g^ NEW YORK OR VICINITY • •jfi THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFOH^--DTO-R^T^ 08 LONG DISTANCE WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Are. ., „ r M 0VE*M MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE n^



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PAGE 6 B +Je*lsti fhrkfian raPAY.DE CEMnn,, Beach Onter To Consecrate Now Students Consecration services for the new students of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious Schools will be held Saturday morning. December 9, at the regular services in the main synagogue. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, has announced. "It is part of Jewish living to mark a child's entry to the study of Torah with celebration and the tradition of handing the Torah from generation to generation will be symbolized in the center ceremony," the rabbi said. Taking part in the ceremonies will be Marcia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen, who will address the congregation on behalf of the new Sunday School students. Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling, will speak on behalf of the new Hebrew School students. Sue. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gans, a member of the Sunday School for Jewish studies, will speak on behalf of the student bod v. Frat Honors Berick Morris Berick. Miami Beach attorney, was recently honored at a dinner given by the University of Miami Chapter of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity at the Variety Club. The affair was given in recognition of Berick's election to the fraternity*s national grand council. He is the first man from the Miami area to receive this honor. Lewis J. Kuilan. commander. U.S.N.R., an officer of Allied Liquor Distributors. Inc.. and Hank Meyer, publicity director of the city of Miami Beach, were ted into the fraternity as associate members. Zionists Adopt Youth Villages As part of its program to aid the economic upbuilding of Israel. I the Zionist Organization of Amer1 ica has adopted two youth villages. Katamon and Magdiel, it was announced this week by Ben Zion Ginsburg. Israel projects chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist District. The children in these villages number over 500 and come from 28 lands. Alex Van Straaten. president of the Miami Beach Zionist district said, "The ZOA plans to establish three trade school, a school for plumbers as well as electrical and textile training centers. Food packages containing essential and nourishing items may be sent through our local office, by calling 58-4643. or by writing to 235 Lincoln Road. These food packages may be donated for as little as $10.50 or a group of people may provide the necessary amount." he added. The ZOA village of Katamon overlooks Jerusalem. It was named the Israel Goldstein Youth | Village in honor of the American Zionist leader. Days are divided between work and study. There t are seven grades which offer complete general education while preparing the student for an agricultural economy. Magdiel. the second youth vilI lage recently adopted by ZOA, I houses more than 250 children absorbed from 14 countries, inI eluding Moslem lands. The currij culum. as in Katamon, is in accordance with the regulations of I the Israel Ministry of Education, comprising from 27 to 35 hours | per week, with special stress on i subjects of natural science and agriculture. Sholem Lodge Will Hold 5th ADL Night Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will sponsor its fifth annual "AntiDefamation League Night" on Tuesdav, December 12, at 8:15 p.m.. at the Beth El Center. The program, under the direction of David Stuzin. will feature a talk by Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth. An audience participation "Town Hall" session will follow, directed by Gilbert J. iBalkin, Florida regional director of the ^Vnti-Defamation League. Questions to be discussed include: sectarianism in the Dade County j public schools; significance of the quota systems in American col! leges: the recent linking of Florj ida subversive groups with national hate organizations; and a discussion of equality of opportunity for college graduates in the professions. "It is incumbent on each citizen to reaffirm the principles set forth in our Bill of Rights," Sidney Aronovitz, lodge president, stated. "Every American should I be informed on the destructive forces and dangerous ism's being loosed on the world today," he added. "It is the sincere wish of B'nai B'rith to educate its members in these vital matters through the means of open dis'cussion and exchange of signifi%  cant information on world affairs." Sisterhood To Elect Elect: n I fficers will top the agenda at the next meeting of Sisti Chesed Shel Emess 1 be held n Wi dm sday. Decemi • : 13 1 p.m. at Beth El Cent'.:-. Mrs. Morris Skop will be gu< Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For" the 2-Story white Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 Chanuka Talk Set A speech on "Chanuka" will be given by Rabbi Max Singer on Sunday, December 10. at 9 p.m. at the Congregation Rabbi Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie, 947 N.W. 7th Ave. New Unit Organized At Miami Hebrew School Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader of Miami Hebrew School and Congregation has organized a group to be known as "My Problem Is." The unit will function as a clearing house for the problems of parents, teachers and children attending the Hebrew and Sunday school. On the committee to assist Rabbi Simon April in formulating the plans are the Mesdames Michael Blank, Fredic Rosenthal. Murray Kirschenbaum, Harry Bobrow, Dave Meltzer and Bea Fishkin. Parent-Child Breakfast A parent-child Chanuka breakfast will be sponsored by the Beth El PTA and board of education on Sunday. December 10, at 9 a.m. in the Dora August Memorial Hall. All children of the religious school will attend with at least one parent. 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\T FRIDAY, DECEMBER \, 1950 Man Who Enriched Hearts Of Denver Poor Kids With Crusade Of Kindness Is Dead DENVER (AJP)—Max "Santa" Rabinoff is dead. But the little man who enriched the hearts of many of lnis c tv s poorest kids, started a crusade for kindness which thousands jof his neighbors ;vow will never, (never die. Death came to [Rabinoff at the [height of his [crusade for kindI ness. The little [man who fled to [America's shores more than 50 years ago, was in the midst of the heavy batch of tovs he had obtained from Denver stores in preparation for Christmas, when illness overtook him. He completed his unloading job, then rested. One hour later, the nian thousands of kids cherished as "Santa." was dead, the victim of a heart attack. Rabinoff's love for children was exceeded by but a single compelling desire—his love to surI prise the youngsters— to see them smile in awe and happiness. It was shortly after he had retired as a worker in groceries and supermarket*, that the little Jew moved into Lincoln Park Homes project here and began to earn the nickname "Santa." ITouring the area and noting the I lack of toys possessed by the [poorer children, Rabinoff quietly I decided to remedy the condition. ildren shouldn't have toys I with which to play," Rabinoff I would exclaim, "That's terrible!" Keeping mum about his plans, j iRabinofi tiudged the city's streets I calling at stores in searched of II .el or second-grade toys. In his little basement, Rabinoff [set up a work shop and like the | Santa Claus of legend, he went k to paint up and repair [the toys. Unlike the legendary : goodness, Rabinoff had no [helpful Iw.-irfs to aid in their reI [pair. N : did he have reindeers to |: avy load. n S n u n Christ mas Day he called the project's poorest kids to his doorstep and distributed the toys. Rabinoff possessed no degree in psychology, but ho knew well the hard lesson of poverty and its mental effect on children He used every possible device to keep his gift-giving a secret between giver and receiver in order that undue embarrassment be spared the youngsters. The following year, Rabinoff went a step further in behalf of the poorer children. Not only was there toy-giving, but a large party with ice cream and cake, awaited the kids. The legend of Max Rabinoff grew. Nor was his giving limited to the Yuletime season alone. Max became a full-time Santa. At the close of each Christmas season, the little man placed aside a number of toys to give youngsters who became sick between holidays. Then Max would visit them in the sickroom, give out with a joke—and still the eternal lover of surprises—pull out a shiny toy just as he prepared to say "goodbye." Summer provided another opportunity for the full-time "Santa." "Kids should play and be happy when the sun's shining and it's nice and warm." Max would say. Then he'd be off again in search of roller skates for the poorer kids. In years to come, Rabinoff worked out an agreement with a leading woman newspaper columnist. She tipped him off where he could pick up toys to repair, and kids to give them to— and Max hurriedly made the I rounds and presented the youngsters with surprise presents. The kids crowded around Rabinoff's home last week in anticipation of the coming holiday. Along the street trudged their ever-faithful "Santa," staggering under a tremendous pile of toys that he had got from the store. One hour later the word spread +Jewish ncridlian around the project that the little Jew who loved to make kids happy had died. The kids were in tears. Only their parents firm assurances that they would carry on where "Santa" had been forced to bow out brought the faintest of smiles. That's exactly what thousands or residents of Lincoln Park Project will do this Yuletide season. And it will be in honor of Max Santa" Rabinoff. Unlike his namesake, neighbors recalled, "Santa" Rabinoff was without the helpful assistance of reindeers to haul his heavy load of toys. Had Donner, Blitzen and r-rancer been handy to lug the staggering bundles, the modern banta carried, the neighbors added sadly, little Max Rabinoff might still live to flood the poorest of the poor with happiness. PAGE 9 B A MOST HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL THE SHELBY SALES BOOK CO. 3500 Main Highway Phone 83-1621 Season's Greetings LeJeune Market "The best the market affords at reasonable prices" 525 N.W. 42nd Ave. 83-3397 4g HARRY C. SCHWEBKE AND ASSOCIATES — LAND SURVEYORS 4119 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-2441 and 84-1481 Miami HOLIDAY GREETINGS COPLAN PIPE & SUPPLY CO., INC. 3120 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1766 Wholesale Exclusively to the Plumbing Trade GREETINGS CORAL WAY GARDENS "No better landscapers in South Florida" 1661 S.W. 22nd St. 4-1145 Carrying toys given them by "Santa" Rabinoff, two of the | Lincoln Park children. Danus Cox. 11. and her brother Dexter, 9. '" r through the door of the late Rabinoff's apartment. His death the kids heartbroken. CHANUKA GREETINGS SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON Builders Contractors 236 N.W. 7th Avenue y Phone 3-3067 To All Greetings LeLIAN KRUMM BEAUTY SALON Hair Goods St"dio Beauty in All Its Branches Seybold Building Miami, Florida To All Greetings MRS. OSCAR BLASIUS 1688 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKE COLUMBIA BAKING COMPANY HAPPY CHANUKA PETE'S COZY TAVERN COOL PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS ENJOY A COLD BOTTLE OR GLASS OF BEER 2003 N. Miami Avenue II AM MX. INC. EVERYTHING GENERAL ELECTRIC "IF G.E. MAKES IT WE HAVE IT" ONE DAY RADIO SERVICE 264 N. 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ll i^wilslbJBliDip idliiqun "FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1950 York Disc Jockey Rosenifield 'L.-iils SMfd Of Brotherly Love \ n AJP Feature) SEC. B .' wnnna be rich ... Ah %  h .,nn-i be "od lookin' t^wanna be happy., Have no ""gig .1 .,.is heah! with Detroiters To Mark Chanuka Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goodman will be hosts at a Chanuka party for of a program to ask whether he had been baptised. "Big Joe" came back a firm but gentle reply. "Ah was baptised by a minster C ,u J| b on *?*?*%' Decemb D er • o vearrOld New OrI whose church ah helped rebuild." at 8 Pm at thc Town and Beach „ the 4J->e those worc is i said Rnsenfiold. "An around mah Club, Miami Beach. aeo when his radio neck." he added. "Ah wear a Welcoming address will be made tt he "Big City" and! medal the nuns in New Ohleans by Samut ., s Slahl pres ident. 1111 ;„* oi.lv mnrnina Save me. and alongside it is the n ,. h-en swaymg early nwnung ., e cv, om ,, „, Partici 11 ^Charter DonorsContribute To Mt. Sinsii Hospital Blood Bank A group of eleven "charter man; Mrs. Abe Solosko, vice donors" appeared during the first chairman; and the Mesdames hours that the Blood Bank of Leon Ell. Aaron Reder, Harry ,, -, IT ,. i Gordon and Harry Kaufman. Mount Sinai Hospital was opened ; h indlvidual / and groups are to volunteers members of the d tici te £ he h osWomen's Auxiliary committee for |ir w £ ban £ gram The the blood bank announce Auxh-I f up Special "scary members -helped staff the channel their contribuI bank in its first day of public if d s d To schedule a •perat.on and provided the group individual donation, the group or individual donation, the ui nosis ai a i_nanuKa parly lor whose names will be listed as •"*" >,„.„ %  ,..,,, ,.,„ i,,,,,,;.,! members of the Detroit Social'. first donors in the hospital's his| Etl^i^lSS tory. Answering the first call for blood donations were Mrs. Louis Krensky and Miss Elsie Schwabe, both members of the auxiliary's blood bank committee, as well as rince, is both rich good-looking in a sort. Most 0 ffl. "Big Joe" R <*? n t f,eld : j h thousands and listened many more, is happy-and Lthe human race ever ugh his deeds of i >vial thoughtfulI': '' week over one of P v City's largest inclens, the stocky little "%.„;, | pealingly warm i Iped raise funds for veterans. afflicted and the Lbled Du ing his less than two F Gotham stations, fcnfield raised in excess worthy causes in helping counless job| get back into the I ployment. I., fa Clarksville, Tenn., >ra! • %  -' : proprietor, "Big his bucks as a bank ^ I ro ball player and nan for 25 years. I %  : who lays claim Hie title ol "the happiest man I the wh >1< world" is at his | a.m. when folks from life find their way I in teeming midInb • i seek aid. •; disc jockey, this I ction ^ho fondly minine caller with "yes, deah!" I informal commercials. ,1 ii" pleads for books for j vets and shut-ins— j i more than 170.000 I Is poetry and chats I with anyone and \ : ho should chance their loorstep—or rather, \. Big Joe" heard the I D iminican priest at a 1 na mission who feeds [ 125 kids, although less |an om if them are Cathi : nien came through contribution, pledged \ 3225 and urged listeners [send the school sorely needed Jithing. The kids were swamped |:h generous helpings of sweat. hats and coats. I enfield started in radio in W 0: and along with his [•year-old son. Kip. "Big Joe" Jged h: off-spring, "Kip" beV ly was born on Yom |ippur. Sooa "Big Joe," who is diteii with helping raise over O.000. half a million pounds f d igs, medicine and 50 Kd of live cattle for the Friendlip Tra : while still in New leans, was on his way to "big in New York. But the liendly warm drawl that won Im admiration and sponsors back Imetaggi d along with "Big Joe" J he climbed the hooper toward fcdii sui |A heckler called the modern • ne night in the course Music Circus To *!>' January IB J Music Circus, the unique theap-in-the-round which presents f'fid famous musicals in a tent, F-ll make its 1951 debut at Treasre Island. North Bay Village, P'h St. Causeway, January 16, T! tn "Song of Norway" as the : ntation. I rourtei n weeks of recent [roadway musical comedy hits be mixed with evergreen perettas during the season here, announced Music Circus originaVSt. John (Sinjin) Terrell, who .collaborating with ex-BroadfV pioducer Laurence Schwab. pno wrote and produced many F a ge hits of the 20's. I "ationally-known stars and lnsidt:able local talent will be pedin scrolled Hebrew Shema. But ah'm Jewish!" "Big Joe's" thick drawl recently brought a query as to whether he was white or colored. "Ahmn white," came the reply. "But that makes no difference. Theah's only one race. Thc human race." The spirit of "Big Joe" marches on Participants in the program will ,nr Mesdames William Farr, Jos,_U T-> ..... O 1 P.1J1 be Dickey Freedman, who will light the Chanuka candles; Joseph Pardo, who will offer holiday songs, accompanied by Bobbie Kaplan: and Betty Korash, who will discuss the meaning of Chanuka. eph Duntov, Samuel Feldbaum, Gerald Miller. August Sorrentino, Emanucl Goldstrich. Al Bernard. Harold Zeeman and Arnold Seeder. blood bank or make arrangements through the hospital auxiliary committee. Workshop Program Set For Sunday Evening "In Place of the Melting Pot" will be presented by the Radio Workshop for Democracy on Sunday. December 10, at 7:45 p.m. over radio station WMIE. Cast includes Lennie Aronoff, ell Thing. Bob Brenner. Gertrude Marx and Sonny StillerOn duty to staff the bank on the first day were the Mesdames Jack Landau, Randolph Shevach. | man. Plans are now being formulated Samuel Mades and Louis SnetThe program IS directed by for the organization of a Detroit man. Other committee members Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with bteve Junior Social Club. include Mrs. Carl Weinkle. chairI Kessler as musical director. | he:, presenting the 1951 schedn "e leads and main supporting fers will be seasoned Broad'' Performers, local musicians >a some local chorus members "ii be utilized. N They Got Out in Time... THESE JEWS got out in time. Behind them is the poverty, despair and hopelessness of Jewish life in Eastern Europe, in North Africa, in Moslem countries. Ahead lies Israel. Ahead lies a life of dignity, hope and fulfillment. But what about the tens of thousands of others who must be brought to Israel from Rumania and Iraq before it is too late? What about the thousands of Jews in Libya and Tripolitania? These countries will come under direct Arab control in 1951. The situation of many Jews in North Africa and Eastern Europe is desperate. They must get out before the deadlines on their emigration expire. Their timetable of hope must be our timetable of rescue. The United Jewish Appeal must have a minimum of $50,000,000 in cash before the end of 1950 to transfer to Israel as many Jews as can be rescued within the next few weeks. Cash now will mean the difference between a useful, productive life in Israel and a life without hope or a future in lands of distress. In these last days of 1950. here is what you can and must do. Pay your 1950 pledge in lull. If your pledge is all paid up, make a substantial advance payment-ro Avuruans. HENRY MORCENTHAU, JR., General Chairman



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PAGE 6 A +Je*lst.ncrkUnn (< Strictly Neighbors" Mrs. Robert S. Schwartz Robert Schwartzes By HELEN ALPERT MIAMI TOUR: Bob Epstein, forme/ newsman here, is spending a vacation until December 16 visiting his folks, the Louis A. Epsteins of 1461 S.W. 1st St. He's now on the magazine staff of the Philadelphia inquirer. (You may remember his fine editorial cartoons.) With him come greeting from Philly's Buddy Sacks, the nephew of Mrs. Fran Joseph, Meridian Avenue's gift to the "residential" protective league Latest news from Jo (Florida Fashion) Hochmann is his "season" quarterly to be called the Miami Industrial Reporter, strictly for the trade and manufacturers The Harry Goldbergs' son, Bert, U. of M. Hurricane ed last year, won election as chapter secretary of Sigma Delta Chi. honorary journalism fraternity. Already, they're wagering he'll be president, too • ART: Thanks to Sondra Palmer for her interesting note on Joseph Zappler. Zappler has occupied a Roney-Plaza studio for J6 years, doing celebrated portraits of such personalities as Pres. Truman, Gen. MacArthur. Walter Winchell, Joe di Maggio, Lionel Barrymore. Hildegarde. Now, at last, Zappler has found his own "home for culture"—in his own new home! Finishing touches include a magnificent studio. It's at 2200 S.W. 2nd Ave. Scheduled there is an early exhibit of his paintings. OUR RESIDENTS: Our residents are now welcoming winter's first arrivals. Fresh in fiom Beverly Hills. Calif., via plane-flights from St. Louis and New York, is Mrs. Ann Miller, who enjoys living near her daughter, Yfflko HnmP linrp [artin W, Spector, 1501 Yen, ra Ave.. Coral Gables. Mrs. Miller A, Ices her home in a spdbiotU, 8-windowed room in the charming After a wedding trip through remont Hotel. Miller, Inc. en Flagler St. and upper Collins Ave. j Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert are two in the apparel-chain headed bv her son. Rudolph T. Miller i> vlv:,n l Scnwar, J; are llvin g at The zestful Paterson, X J. couple, the Murray Licbcrmans. are 5W \ ,th Terr : Tne couple ady to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary on December lh half a million of their local friends. They were chatting • plans yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fredericks, over L the Claremont's sunshine The Fredericks' daughtei married to Irving Spaet of Forest Hills—he's Judge Spael's > ,'. ', y n Sn, ''" man daughter I of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. SherUncle and Aunt Mr. and Mrs. Nate Herzka, and cousin Mrs. P 1an 2436 SW 1Ith S K Th 9 e Hamme sley of M45 N.E. 1st Ave. are rolling out the '[Woom is the son of Mr. and rthei Cl lives. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rosenzweig. M J£ !" ? u 2. c Schwartz, 1786 th International Harvester ... Ditto for the Leonard Kahns -,' n u '". ,, ( : Bi oklyn. on their first South Florida trip, who are seeing Euclid !" P bride was attended by her M ind Mrs David Dubin. That's Mrs. Kahn's brother IS tl Misa Lee Sherman. Norman it. r-in-law. The Kahns have prettj 5-year-old Marsha suns [' hw rt 7 sei v< ^?. as be?* man for %  ,. ... them h ls b,other T bridegroom's City and into the Hotel Good are the Samuel I cousln Mrs Lenore Schwartz. SI imily associates of Mr. am! .Mrs. David Rosner in the \ I S01o,s J: „ f this fami telry | ^A Reception followed !' %  esidence has been opened for Mr. and •• thu Winarick, and everybody's hailing their return. Win rick, ol irse, eator of the fabulous Concord Hotel in S n Jules left this week for the New York office. e the nation's most lavish golf ven eel litional and ancient St. Andrews in Scot: "' st fel ". the informal luncheon given by i : n al Hotel New Yorker. Presiding was Sadie Betrothal Announced exchanged vows on November 12 in the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The bride is the former Miss the ceremony. Both bride and bridegroom are graduates of Miami High School. Mr. Schwartz was graduated from the University of Miami and .served in the army. Smilen Fri • IT/O.Y: w.:. rhaven's Lew Kantor reports that Martha and son J %  ulminated house-hunting with a smart apartment on Byron Ave. Lew and the in last Friday Prominent in meeting of the important Hotel Sales Managers As' S uth Flor Abe Allenberg, Abe Halperin; nd J. J. SI : the Leamington: Henrv J. Stupell -N nan. and Jack Mendes. Former "Hollywood Mendes is now managing the Atlantis IJVD PERSONAL: Betrothal of Miss Gertrude Lois Koren to Robert Harold Forman has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koren. owners of the King Cole Hotel. Miami Beach. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Forman of Lykens, Pa. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of the many who phoned and wrote me—I Miami, where she was a member in I i continue getting your notes f Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. • • • Tl ctly Neigh lumn was'almost "strictly Mr. Koren. a Phi Epsilon Pi i use Dver there on an ge :n this issue of The membor, was graduated from lory onI else 0 — fashions and Harnsburg Academv and the Unij versity of Miami. % urdine's plays Santa to the South • Six festive selling floors, giftpacked in every department • Open every Monday niqht 'til 9 for your shopping convenience 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. W. 17th AVENUE Personally Speaking after a visit with her son-in-law and dauahter M* ^ ew Brettholtz. 3471 S.W. 9th Terr. Mrs. KachaUkv r ^ ** birth of her first grandchild this summer e hete '< Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Aronovitz, 2701 SW were hosts at a party in honor of the third KMVJ 4th daughter, Elaine. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sounders, 1333 SW 91* Ihe birth of a daughter, Karen Debra. "on JL2S day o l Jfloral Jfcstiuitu Flowers on your Table — Flowers throughout the house — every bloom adds the glow of natural beauty to your holiday lestivities. Plants & Corsages S2.50 up Zhe IxoticGorkis 3 tic Miami Phone 9-8416 and 2-0519 Miami Beach Phone 5-2961 Send Flowers By Wire f TIDES i ON TNI OCIAN AT 12th ST. Wr :ti.. h&ppy i" mi .• tinre-openlng of our Kosher Dining Room Fridav, December 8th ^ catering to a ilit-iit.-le a. Blrtng :i st rlctly K %  -h.-iculatne i ipen to the public ReMi vatloni MIKIT.-MI-.| Phon.".-67)1 pounce the at St. Francis Hospital. Mr* Smmdm'^o^oM^rft' flew here Sunday from New York to welcome her n Marvin Apte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte 43s c Road, is studying at the Mexico City College, the onlv A liberal arts college in Latin America Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Klein, 1025 8th St. Miami B*. t. leaving for New York Tuesday to await the arrivals* daughter's baby and to attend the wedding ol a niec will be gone a month. Wintering in Miami Beach is Abraham Cahan The Jewish Forward, who was recently honored on hismn. birthday. Mr. Cahan is at 2372 Alton Road The bris of Jeffrey Van Pulver, son of Mr. and Mr* fi-j B. Pulver, 1893 S.W. 22nd St., was held Sunday at the h3 his parents. The baby's grandfather, Jacob Pulver served Sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wertheimer. as godparents n Rabbi Murray Grauer and the Rev. Philip Freed officiated. "^ ^* ^K Perennial winter visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Am* Brooklyn and Pattenburg, N. J., have arrived to spend the wir* at Miami Beach. Accompanying them this year are their sori law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Daniel; also their c children. Franklin and Leslie. While here they will be'w tained by the Arndt's nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs Fn Thompson, of 1241 N.W. 58th Terr. -It Saul Bernstein, administrator of the Union of Orthodox u gregations of America, and Mrs. Bernstein arrived here this we and are staying at the Strath Haven Hotel. Dr. and Mrs. Abram L. Sachar were hosts at a dinner last Thursday at the Delano Hotel. Guests included Mrs. „. Hartz, Mrs. Jennie Gordon, Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Fred Shochet. IJn Wong 7321 Collins Ave. PHONE 86-5588 "A rare treat in Chinese Cuisine" Lunch — Dinner — Supper Delicious Orders to Take Out SWISS KNIGHTI i$ THE FAVORITE CHEESE IN JEWISH HOMES DAIRY SUPPER SALAD Add your favorite cheese, sliced or chopped, to salads, or garnish with whole triangles really healthful and nourishing! 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PAGE 2 B %  pJenisli ffcridiaw ^^SSLSS^BBB, Tamara t hapter Plans Barn Da nee Tamara Chapter of Mlzrachl W imen will celebrato Chanuk.i with a square dance at Congregation Beth El on Sunday, December 10. at S p.m.. affording to Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz, president. Music will be furnished bv Uncle Bob and his Hillbilly Band. Prizes, novelty dances and entertainment are scheduled for the %  V( r.ing. with costumes optional Mrs. David Hess is chairman of the event. Tickets will be available at the door, and all proceeds will go to the Mizrachi children's village in Israel. TOY' TOV 3? HURRX' THE ARABS WILL ATTACK ASAIN TO YOUR POSTS AND AFFIX 1^, j/VVOUR BAYONETS' WITH „ HANDFUL OF AMMUNITION ffSi EACH OF THEM, THE SETTLEO? r? IV AWAIT THE ATTACK; THFY^IS?*AND LEADER5H.P THAT G.vESiTkfsi AN ADDED MEASURE OF CONFlDP^ Beach Center PTA Plans Card Party The PTA of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Religious School will sponsor a card party on Wednesday. December 20. at 8 p.m. in the dining room of the center. Mrs. Leonard Wolfe is chairman of the event, which is open .to men and women. Assisting her with arrangements are the Mesdames Eve Brick. Herman Mechlowitz and Bernard Lowenthal. The group's next regular meetis scheduled for Mondav. Decembei 18. at 1:30 p.m. in trie center dining room. 8t ••'•>' %  • r-M %  *# \. %  T~^ ti> '•/; w< i^"".ttar BELIEVINd THAT THE SETTiERS HXE RUN OUT OF AMMUNITION, HAO MUSA ORDeHS HIS MEN TO tjM&P IN kttZ CCNTRAT10 5CAUNS Of THE IA,?,V 0N Person Sought Information concerning Meyer Falk is being sought on behalf of his wife. Sadie, and their two minor children, who have not had any word of or from him since October. 1942. Falk was born in UM9 in Ni w York. He is five feet : \e inches tall, weighs 140 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes, wears a mustache was employed as a plumber Anj :. %  aware oi this man's presi whereabouts is requested to unicate wit the National n Bureau. 105 Nassau St.. N< w York, X. V I Minskoff Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Eva Minskoff. formerly of Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. December 10. at 2 p.m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery, with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Mrs. Minskoff is survived by her husband. Saul; a son. Emanuel. of Washington. D. C: and two daughters. Sylvia Shiff and Helen Woron, both of Miami Beach. Mrs. Minskoff was a member of Hadassah. Jewish Home for the Aged. National Children's Cardiac Home and the Zionist Organization of America. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. m. w.s. %  .^* %  | a i*'--*****************m TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE.—MIAMI BEACH NOW OPEN For Reservations Phone 5-6651 or 5-4907 Air Conditioned—Erwin and Louise Frishnet CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 l/ ^ Hfo^ surest i'Vs ^ ^"'cash lot e-,tever.C jstfr* S0e st.oo 52.00 JS.OO JlO.OO Sav'mq Account insure d up \o S50.C0 $100.00 sio.ooo tse .jerai savings "IN OFFICE NORTH BUCK OFFICE ,1100 lincoli ftoW ;435 Collins In v,_ >// C. l. CUMINTS. Pr. **" Resources Over $17.500 000 Widmark To Star In ADL Drama Sunday Richard Widmark is starred in an unusual role in "The Man in the Plane." the concluding program in the New Frontier series, to be heard Sunday. December 10. at 10:45 a.m.. over radio station WIOD. The New Frontier is a Lest We Forget presentation of the Institute for Democratic Education and is broadcast through, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. AJC Board To Meet A board meeting of the Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress is slated for Wednesday, December 13. at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Herbert Sher. 2111 S.W. 21st St.. according to Mrs. Ruth Hertz, president. Chanuka Party Slated Mr. and Mrs. P. Pushkoff. who j recently returned from Israel, will be hosts at a Chanuka party for members of Histadruth L'tarbuth Ivrith at their home. 1130 S.W. 9th St.. on Sunday, December 10. at 3 p.m. Hyman To Speak H. H. Hyman. community development manager of the Florida Power and Light Company, will address the luncheon meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. on Tuesday. December 12. at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant. Subject of his address will be "Dade County Prepares for Civil Defense." NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS Mount Nebo Cemetery Desires to protect and cooperate with its present lot ownw. Mount Nebo has reserved certain sections (1 and 4) 3 present lot owners only, that they may add to their burial estates such additional properties as they may desire, K that their families will remain together. In order to keep this space available for present lot owneti only, it has been necessary to increase prices on this property effective January 15th, 1951. All present lot owners are urged to reserve such space at they need prior to this date so they may take advantage oi present rates. HEAR YE OLDE SAGE W€|AM, Sunday. I0:.I0 A.M. ML Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President FOR RENT—FOUR MEETINO ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alto completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION PIZZA! VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY "TRIXIE" CONEY ISLAND'S FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER • VILLA CAPRI • • ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE ^Lmmie £te2ea, dad COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. 9-255' lA*t WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Caterinq Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS 4 HOLIDAYS 83-1986 J A C v5 ? 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LlDA YjDECEMBER 8, 1950 [400 Attend Temple pinner Meeting I ftiiir hundred members of L'plt. Israel attended the 1950Isi semi-annual dinner meeting In the congregation at the temple ljast Wednesday evening. Thl meeting was arranged by Lfrs B. W. Slote, chairman, asI by the Mesdames Herman Under, Martin C. Bloch, Harry Carlton, Gordon Davis, Jacob Bnpstein, Nathan Feika, Max Boltsberg, Ada E. Joseph, Harry jevins, G. Louis Mendelson, Mar. Frank A. Perlman, | arlV V Simons, Elry Stone, Henry E. Wolff. Louis Zeientz. The meeting opened with a jayer service conducted by Dr. Joseph RNarot. Max Meisel, {resident, made his report and Introduced committee chairmen Cno gave reports. | Jules Pearlman, recently retired ^resident of the congregation, announced that the installation ervices for Dr. Narot will be held hn Friday evening, December 22 End that Dr. Maurice N. EisenIrath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, i-ill serve as installing officer. **"**fl#fcrfe>#7 p|ihi M us Lodge IVui|l< k INtdieated |0v 500 persons heard Judge B.; Adams, past grand master of Ic Masons of Florida, deliver the Irincipal address at the dedica|on exercises of the Hibiscus j)dge ... sonic Temple at 10th |i. and Alton Road, Miami Beach Tuesday night. J %  ticipating in the protum were Morris Rabinowitz, lorshipful master of Hibiscus J.unes L. Mixon, junior ^and warden of the Masons of nd Perry V. Ross. fcputy grand master of the 23rd %  Stl l %  Refreshments which followed te ceremony were provided I ;• %  courtesy of Bernard Biter ol .lack and Jill Caterers. |The building, the largest and pjt modern blue lodge structure Florida contains' a banquet pll. C | lete kitchen facilities, pge room, meeting rooms. Bassey Stars In Drama Raj Massey, noted stage I Jov. st.i; ; in "Seasoned Timber," JBthi: -i the radio series, Lest | %  Forget -Stories To Remem-1 lr, to be heard Sunday, Decem| f 10. at ;i:30 p.m. over station I (AT. |The pi J am is produced by the l Istituu of Democratic Education | la presented through the co-1 eration of Tropical Lodge, B'nai I |r:th. and the Florida regional I %w. Anti-Defamation League [ B'IKII ll'iith. PAGE 9 A ? &f&f &f &f &f&f&f GOOD NEWS FOR RESIDENTS OF CORAL GABLES AND VICINITY! MR. SAUL Kl MUM z ^ Who has served you for the past twenty years &f is back at the &f &f ^ 207 Almeria Avenue Kenholz Kosher Meat Market Tenth B'nai B'rith Lodge in South Florida received a charter are (I. to r.) Oscar Goldstein of New York ritv naaUeZZI .' secretary District Grand Lodge Z o£ SSttfuS lW.to ^ty District Grand Lodge No. Five; lodge president Ben of£cTrand'f^ h rece,v,n 9 th 9vel; E. Albert Pallot. insUlUng B'naT k'riih I £j* leSlden \ L the F1 d State Federation of &f &f 1 Telephone 48-0346 &f A complete line of strictly kosher meat and poultry —Wholesale and Retail — We also supply hotel and restaurant needs FREE DELIVERY &f &f &f We invite our old customers and new friends to insDect our T premises—you will see only the finest of WESTERN meats, i &f as Mr. Kenholz receives his meat DIRECT FROM THE + WEST. &f J WEST. 4 &f Mr. Kenholz Will Assume Management and + + Be Open For Business &f &f &f Students of the Hebrew High poses and Programs of the school T U nder Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth X School will participate in a round ','"..,?'{?"". *£&£. Jt '* ish C ^~ ..Li. J: lour on Sunday, December Associated l'hoi-i Students To Participate In Radio Discussion table Hi eus h n on th U a H ur on Sunda V December table discussionon the aims, pur| 10, at 2 p.m. over station WFEC. Be Open For Business SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10th &f .-Jrvision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth q> < % &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f Miami's Foremost Vegetarian. Dairy and Fish REST A I RANT OPENS SUNDAY DEC. 10 — .* P.M. SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH, DINNER SAME DELICIOUS FOODS SAME MANAGEMENT 841 Washington Ave., M. B. Phone 5-9182 — 100% AIR-CONDITIONED — The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation WARNS THE PUBLIC To buy only in stores where the sign of the G.M.V.H. H 1 D i is displayed AND ANNOUNCES That signs such as "traditional dinners," "kosher style," definitely do not assure kashruth For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595 Harry Sixkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel, Treas. •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. /) you don't /mi/ from Tower you pay nearly twice as much HEAVY DUTY BOAT ROD AND REEL ... NOW REG. S25.00 VALUE. COMPLETE NYLON BRAIDED LINE 15. 20. BAc 27. J6 and Lb. Tsst SpoolOV FLEX RODS 5 95 Bog. 11.95 NOW NYLON LINE. Th. Bil Jfl 00 i • .; %  • IJi A Stainless LEADER WIPE. 2b fc Ft. No*. 1-S each. Fece Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY 44 y per ** r pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras VrfE* 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. Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea; 2 lbs. Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF! We Mc p the noth CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! ship to Israel your self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only per lb. for shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of offices of Farr Tours. (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb) Your relatives have ""fl to pay there. (Outside Metropol. Area charges ,or self-packed parcels slightly higher.) • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCLL 17Iftib $11.75 4 lb Meat 6 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Oil U lb. Egg 1 can Sardines 4 oz. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. S .gar Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 16 25 lb $12.75 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup PARCEL 19 • 35 lb $18.75 lb. Meat cans Milk lb. Butter lb. Margarine lb. Veg. Fat lb. Rice lb. Split Peas lb. Sugar 1 lb. Prunes 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Oil 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops 4 ox. Tea 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix '•i lb. Egg Powder ? lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb Oil 2 lb. Sugar 2 lb. Lima Beans 2 lb. Barley '-• lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 18-|5 lb $12.50 6 lb. Meat 3 lb. Butter 1 lb Cocoa Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cheese BRAND NEW Philco Refrigerator $240.00 Plus duties Ako 1951 WESTTNGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS "Ow Mo iaport fiMBM n,CM rr. No red tape. FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO NEW YORK OFFICE: 145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y. MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 377 BLAKE AVE.. B'KLYN 12. 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 et the FARR TOURS OFFICE. Farr Tours Roney PUa 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5 Uptown Office •638 Collins Avenue Tel H-14T2 New ... all five 1951 Westing, house Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and SOAP 200 Cigarettes incl. duties tQ nc and delivery JT.TJ 6 bars fancy face f o QQ 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soap, inclusive duties and deliveries by Airtl A Q*\ Express # %  *• % % 



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HDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1950 Hadassah Groups ill Meet Monday Eleven groups of Hadassah will ^Jenistflericiian Saul Kenholz Takes Over Gables Kosher Market Saul Kenholz, who has just returned from a trip to Europe announced this week that beginning Sunday, December 10 he their regular meetings on IJY 1 1 tak -' over the operation of I. urs Milton Sirkin, president M _'"' i Greater Miami Chapter of ^S^SS&^V^T %  h. Scheduled are: .... past two decades, will maintain a strictly kosher meat and poultry Group—Sans Souci b sj ncss under the su n ol -Hotel. 1:30 p.m. Guest speaker, I? 0 .Greater firs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Harm ih Sennesch Group — Robert Richter Hotel, 1:30 p.m. Clrtt "T" ^*' f,ncf All T.:iHi*c" lease All Ladies. Hakashruth. He has issued an invitation to the residents ol the area I sunally inspect the pre Kenholz stated that he ha: Herzl-Temple Beth Sholom, i holz will supply hotels and res}144 Chase Ave.. 1 p.m. Program ] taurants. rill be "Experiment in Color" Double Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sarah Alexander and her husband, Morris Alexander, will take place Sunday, December 10. at 1:30 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Alexander is survived by one brother, Morris, and one sister. Gittel Rosen, both of Tulsa Okla.. and a brother-in-law, Melvin Chernock of Chicago. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Jd "Cruse in Oil." Israeli Group—Lincoln Manor, Lincoln Road at 1 p.m. Program rill be 'Experiment in Color and [•ruse in Oil." Menorah Group—Home Milk Auditorium. 2200 N.W. 7th Ave. Program will be skit. Mt. Scopus—Syrian Lebanon American Club. 2626 S.W. 3rd A i 1 o'clock. Principal speaker. Stanley Myers. Shaloma Group will meet at |he Sorrento Hotel at 1 o'clock. Program will be "Chanuka in ferae! Stephen S. Wise Group—Monte grlo Hotel, Collins Ave. at 1 b'clock. "Experiment in Color" pnd Cruse in Oil." Miami Beach B. & P.—Miami each Jewish Center. 17th and Ave. at 8:30 p.m. Guest! Fifth annual Friday reviewbe Mrs. Leonard series will open on Friday, Dej cember 8, at 1:15 p.m. at Temple B. & P.—Miami Jewish ; Beth Sholom according to Mrs. 450 S.W". 16th Ave. at I Sol Leslie, chairman and organWO p.m. Program, movie "Toj izer of the cultural project. I Wonderful Day."' This series is being sponsored )ecember 13. H Day, the by the eleven groups of Hadassah :. >n will celebrate the comprising the Greater Miami biithdav of Henrietta Szold, the! Chapter and will meet for ten ol Hadassah. Hadassah book reviews on the second and Beach Zionists To Hear Rabbi De Koven Rabbi Ralph De Koven, spiritual leader of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, will | address members of the Miami ; Beach Zionist Luncheon Club on 11 i mber 13. at 1215 t th Lincoln M taurant, according to Harold %  < r and chairH topic will be "Zionism ii Zanyism." A if the Hebron 1 1 College in Israi I, Rabbi 1)1 K ordained in Palestine by Chiel Rabbi Cook. The only Chicago student to survive the no's which took place in Palestine in 1929. he served as Hillel director of the University of Vermont and Middlebury College. He is a member of the Coral ; Gables Zionist District. Assisting Shapiro with arJ rangements are Daniel M. Broad. Paul Eisman. Jacob C. Fishman and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. PAGE 11 A Sisterhood Holds Fete Sisterhood ol Tfereth Israel Congregation sponsored a Chanuka Latke party at 4316 N.W. 7th Ave. on Sunday evening. Cards and games were played and proceeds are going the construction Mrs. L. Kaplan :..• %  < ha of the event. Assisting h. Mrs. Rose Gold, M He: man and Ml K: LEGAL NOTICE New Year's Eve Fete Coral Gables Jewish Center is making plans for a New Year's eve dance. Music, entertainment and a midnight breakfast are on the agenda. Chairmen of the event are Mrs. Sol Halpert, 48-3540. and Mrs. Sam Goodman, 87-7493. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. M. Messer, ticket chairman, at 87-2957. Twelve-year-old Ophra Chill, whose impressions of her six month visit to Israel appeared in last week's Jewish Floridian, is an honor student at the Hebrew Academy. She was recently selected "Youth of the Month" by the Miami Beach Exchange Club and honored at a luncheon at the Saxony Hotel. iv TM, ( ? T,CE T0 CREDITORS IH THE fotXTY .li |..,i:, I.N A.M. pi p|; I i.\ | n. ., S7 9 *!.' ,U A ix |,|: |; K, x.,: I Ki KKTATE I I] HELEN Si'iiAI'l.l:. I '< %  ;i>wl. To All •" .. i -.: ,n i All i'. on li vI '. oi.in.lA Haiti Estate: JTou .HI! pa I. of %  o i, notified and rcquii ed i., ; %  and demands which either of ... of HELEN SCHAFEH i-easi d, late ol I >ad< i 'ountj. I to Hi. Hon. W. F ULANTON, I Judge ..r Dade County, and file the same In in.of I ice in the i Courthouse In Dade Count) i within • i -~ 111 calendar months fi o date of the first publication In Bald i laima or demands the legal address w the clalmai I to be sworn to and presented aa said, oi* same will i..barred Kei Section ISO of the 1933 Probati \ !.;it.,\..\, n |..-T -.ill. A I I, HO. ESTHER ANDERi AExej utrlx of the Last W Testament ol HELEN SCHAFER, i >eceaaed. TURK ganization; to help in the reabilital.nn of the sick and needv i I Station WMBM will % oadcas! a .program from 1:45 to be heard at the Dcuons. See or "Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Blscayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. fourth Friday of each month, Mrs. Leslie said. ____ For the opening session. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss "The Disenchanted" by Budd Schulberg. Assisting Mrs. Leslie with the project are Mrs. A. Greenberg. tickets and finance; Mrs. Maurice Klein, treasurer; Mrs. Max | Weitz. hospitality; Mrs. Jack Swerdlin. publicity; Mrs. J. I Davis, door; Mrs. William Keller, printing; Mrs. Harold Melnick, recording secretary. Other mermbersof the commiti tee are the Mesdames Leo Levin, I Feliz Halzband. Killer, M. A. j Rubenstein, Charles Goldstein. T. Arvan, Harry Malamud, Jacob | Epstein, Simon Kriegel. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS [Furniture Topi. Beveled Mirrors and Reailvering Our Specialty '" V (i. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER COMPLETE NURSING CARE CONVALESCENTS. INVALIDS. CHRONIC CASES. ETC. K astviow Nursing Homo 1216 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami — Phone 9-7382 %  *'w. 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fewiislhJEIIiOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY KJT2 3-NUMBER 49 jseri initiation Against Jewish leVountante, Survey Reveals rw YORK, (JTA)—Discrimto earn about 10 percent less than their non-Jewish classmates, at least at the outset of their careers. Dr. Baer accounts for this in three MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS in against young Jewish acLtants is so great that it is Cost impossible for them to get t except in accounting firms aged by Jews, it is charged by Max F. Baer, national ditor 0 f the B'nai B'rith Service eau. charge is based upon a y conducted by the bureau ,ne 9 120 graduates of 94 acnting schools in 1946 and 1947 !ses The results of the survey be published in the forthing December issue of the tiona! Jewish Monthly, B'nai ith publication. Baei says that the survey ealed 95 percent of the Jews those daises who are today ployed by firms hiring acntants. work for firms with all partial Jewish management, hty percent work for firms of Jewish management; 15 for s of mixed" management; only five percent for nonfish firms. Moreover, the survey shows, ish accounting graduates tend Israel. Jordan Armor Clashes JERUSALEM. (JTA) — Quiet reigns in the Negev and normal traffic continues along the road to Elath where a two-and-one, half-hour battle between Israel ways: young Jewish accountants j an d j 0 ,dan armored forces took are concentrated in large cities, I place during the weekend, it was where competition is keenest; | officially reported here this week. CJFWF, UJA Issue Settled Amicably At Meet; Stanley Myers Honored Bringing back glowing accounts planning can critical needs be preof the general assembly of the vented and successfully overc >me. is they tend to work for smaller firms, whose income is lower; and they are engaged for the most part in lower-paying types of accounting work. Dr. Baer found that if young Jewish accountants would move to the smaller communities, they would probably earn larger incomes. "Accounting graduates in New York City," he wrote, "showed the lowest median income of any section of the country. The South and Midwest were close to the top figure." The Jewish graduates reported they had much greater difficulty getting their jobs than the non-Jews had. "Until recently," Dr. Baer concludes, "the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bureau expected a gloomy outlook for Jewish graduates of accountancy. Meanwhile, a meeting of the mixed Israel-Jordan armistice commission took place in the Negev no-man's land this week in response to an order by Col. Bennett de Ridder. UN acting truce chief in Palestine. However, the commission meeting was fruitless and Col. de Ridder adjourned it until he could hear from Lake Success to which he had referred the problem along i... with a request for further in-1 struction. Gen William E. Riley, truce chief, is expected back in Palestine this week. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds held last weekend in the nation's capital, five delegates and three alternates representing the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will submit their reports to the next meeting of the Federation's board of governors to be held next Tuesday night at Federation headquarters. "Never has any sectional or partisan interest beclouded your devotion to the total goal. For the Jewish communities of America, your leadership has been the fortunate matching of the man. the need, the organization and the hour. "Every worthy cause has had .! your leadership: your Community Outstanding accomplishment of | Chesti your Council of Social the meeting, according to the Agencies, public welfare proGreater Miami delegation, was | grams natio nal and overseas the amicable solution of the conneec js, war service. In all of them. troversy regarding the so-called you have made a distinguished leration Conducts Drive To Collect III Unpaid Pledges To Combined Appeal un response to an urgent appeal Km the United Jewish Appeal tat Greater Miami remit the [lance due on its 1950 allocations, Howard Kane, chairman of the collections committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, this week urged all persons with outstanding pledges to the 1950 Combined | Jewish Appeal to make their payi ments at once. Kane also asked his committee members to ped the task of collecting more an (350,000 outstanding in this lar's pledges. fWe must raise this money as on as possible," Kane stated, i enable the United Jewish Apon through the months that lie 0* Kant, peal to carry critical winter ahead." Kane said he had received word from Henry Morgenthe**. general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, that the approach of winter-has aggravated the position of many Jews in Arab countries, who, in anticipation of their scheduled departure for Israel, had sold their homes and possessions. Morgenthau urged that "we bend every effort to transport these refugees to Israel before the end of the year." George Chertkof, chairman of Federation's Budget Committee in seconding Kane's plea that all persons owing money to the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, make their payments at once, released the following schedule of allocation payments still due to the local, national and overseas agencies which participated in the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal: Mass Migration To Israel Will Continue In 1951 Mass migration to Israel of homeless Jews from eastern Europe, North Africa and Moslem countries will continue on a large scale in 1951. and will most probably exceed the figure of 200.000 expected to reach Israel in 1950, it was stated by William Rosenwald, Rudolf G. Sonneborn and plan" for a councili recorc i, sponsored national fund-raising I ... ,, service in case the United Jewish "Your contributions to the Appeal collapsed. It was agreed strengthening of the Council and that, inasmuch as the UJA has of Jewish community service have been reconstituted for 1951, no such plan need be implemented at the present time. Representing the local Federation at the general assembly were I. R. Goodman Mrs. Murry Grossbeen firmly rooted. They will continue to grow and flourish in the years ahead. "This expression of affection, esteem and respect is presented by your colleagues in gratitude man. Herbert E. Scher. Mrs. for what you have already done. Charles Ratner, Mrs. Martha Myers, Morris Klass, Albeit Comanor and Max C. Gettinger. The latter three were alternates. The report for the delegation at Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national' next Tuesday's board meeting will chairmen Appeal. of the United Jewish pieman herican TT T T $ 3.130.08 219.27 357.22 1.895.15 .... 2.174.67 1.420.33 Activities At Center Ordered Suspended All activities of the West Miaim Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. have been ordered suspended until the building is completed. Leonard Kalish, president of the congregation, has announced. The order was handed ofbe submitted by Goodman and Mrs. Grossman. More than 700 delegates from and in the confident knowledge that your splendid abilities will continue to benefit the Jewish communities of America and the world." Julian Freeman of Indianapolis succeeds Myers. Goodman was Greater Miami's official representative at all sections of the country attendI meeting of the Large City Budget1 ed the meeting which marked the mg Conference which was held | termination of Stanley C. Myers' j m conjunction with the General I four-year term as president of I Assembly. This is an informal asi the council. In commemoration of j SO ciation in which the Jewish i his service to American Jewry we ]f a re funds of cities with a | during this period the council j Jewish population of 40.000 or > presented him with a scroll upon ; more participate. It was organized which was inscribed the following j n j un e 1948. Its purpose is to resolution: "To Stanley C. Myers in grateful appreciation of the The order was nanaea 0 ational Council of Jewish Women _" ;., %  wish Welfare Board 1 971 05 1 r -i < % % %  Women's Organization nil VR'R fefugee Resettlement—J.S.S.B lon'tie"? nned Jewish Appeal ?' ,hiva To!ah Vodath & Mesifta ',„,„ N|IV diversity ^8.30 Scientific Institute 59994 I al Service Agency K500 00 I rational Service iwuu.uu TOTAL ALLOCATIONS PAYABLE TO AGENCIES November 29, 1950 %  S20..44b.JO [Members of the collection comJKtee who have launched the rer aliz J-d drive to collect outstandT pledges include, in addition P Kane, the following: Jack rj'nSaul Ashkenazy, S. I. prnbaiim, Archie Brick, Daniel road. Leo Chaikin, Joseph Dunfv. Leon Ell, Mrs. Joseph Fenias, I e Gardner, Jules Gillette, Mrs. Louis Glasser Aaron Kanner. Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Hairy Koretzky. Sam Lauchman Dr. Louis Lytton, Mrs. Harry Platoff Joe Postal. Jacob Fishman. Fied Jonas. Sam Prosterman N. Doug Raff. Irving Saal, Jacob Seidenbere Henry Seitlin, Leo Sheiner. Car!' Susskind and N. A. Weidberg. St. Louis and San Francisco. At a workshop session devoted to metropolitan community sessions. Gettinger was one of the discussants. He reported on the development of the Jewish Centers Association in this com: ity and the present problems which his new agency is m In a key resolution the delegate s reaffirmed, the key role of cei Jewish community organize in meeting American Je total responsibilities. "The ; instruments for that mobilizal are our local central comma; 'organizations." the resolution declared. "The welfare funds as the central fund raising instruments of our communities." it continued, "are the principal expression of the interrelationship of all Jewish needs and Jewish responsibilities. Only through the central community organizations American Jewry meet to the fullest extent our compelling resp msibilities for securing the development of Israel and the strengthening of the American Jewish munities." It also urged the CJFWF to continue the work initiated by its Committei Community Organization. lulian Freeman (left), Indianapolis, was elected president of thP Council o7"twish Federations and Welfare Funds at the the Council 01 J w assem bl Y held December 1-3 at WashmgtoT&STa Myers ?£SE C£*T president, congratulates Semanon becoming .he fourth president in the 19-year h.story of the council. Rabbi Zwitman Unveiling Set For December 24 Sunday. December 24 has been set as the date for the unveiling ceremonies of a monument 11 the memory of the late Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Rabbi Zwitman w IS formerly spiritual leader of Temple Israel. The ceremonies will be held in the Temple Israel Section of Graceland Memorial Park with prominent rabbis in the area participating in the services. N



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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1950 Hebrew School Women To Hold Latke Party hood of Miami Hebrew LEGAL NOTICE ?Jeis*rh>rldlia„ Sistei .jchool its annua l()0 ] and Congregation will hold 1 Chanuka Ime; i i :i.inur..i JatKe card loirlv at the synagogue on SunSay December 10, at 6 p.m., Mrs. iMurray Kirschenbaum, ways and ea ns chairman, has announced. -,ni will include a play lind l' 11 kindling of the Chanuka IlishN hv the children of the religious school. Cantor Berele Ivplenicr will render Chanuka Imusical selections and Rabbi iSmioii April will greet gjests. Refreshment! will be prepared lunder the direction of Mrs. Ben ISokoluff. Assisting her will be Ijlrs. J ack Stone, Mrs. Sam Isc-hulwolf. Mrs. William WeinItraub, Lois Schwadron and RaIcht-le Feldan. IN ^.Pf.^O^UBUCATioTr ELBVENTH •. ',' %  T F THE IN AND FOR I v „ F'R^LIT r Vi,"THAEI. FRVEDMAN P ,l d "t 1759 Jerome Avenue f'SrSSSrS? %  Si" ore „':n,;;'r;;",/;.;:~:v '"• %  •• oriirlniil i„ .,,., '5S?! •:"" le the LEGAL NOTICE and you are required opj i.f your Answ LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B 'ioneer Women To lear Rabbi Shapiro Rabbi Max Shapiro will be ljuest speaker at the Chanuka %  elebration and card party to be Sponsored by Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women and Ben Gurion Branch of Jewish National Workers Alliance on Saturday, December 9. at 8 p.m. at Beth El. [Abe Dorff will kindle the Chanuka lights and Ben Morrison till offer a reading. The Habonim Croup will participate in the program. Dr. Harry Queen will greet bests. Proceeds from the affair are armarked for the Child Welfare fund, according to Mrs. Anna lorin Bild. chairman of the event. ofW. : mfri'957. 0r,da thta *J By -M. C, FEIGE SAMUEL .r. HANI) P U, V Clerk. A l t ft -"7!rv f v '"'"""'iff NOTICE UNOfR F^CT.TTO^TBBRICK S 8 A lJffib R08IBNB ^T ^WU r R otJ P,U t Miami Beach. Fla I-'/l-s-l.-,-l2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that •F undersigned, desiring t.. encase In bMness mil, r the fictitious num.of Mnor Painter* at 1430 Ocean Drive, ami B( h. intends t•"'. we hereby flle the same in his office in Ptorlda win, us t in SH5 County from Th ,hm '; ,Kh 'lnar months nerTof "s';"' V'"'" ,s P>cation 1 ""' %  Saul claims or dcm.-iniU ,,, ^^thelega^ddreMoMWlaln^! s afo %  •"'"•" "' • l "' 1 presented s. \V .• • <,r sam< w'l be barred See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Date November 14, A.D. ltSO Swnad) NATIIAN ADELMAN ii.,iv1,-,^ Adelman. 7 ... .. ; ,s,.|. A RONOVITZ A ARONOV7TZ %  ,V '",'"' 7,*."" Aimlnlatrator of the LEGAL NOTICE you for the Bin of cornwill be taken agalnsi relief demanded In the -'^urS^Wla. Bj v\.\|. vv. (Circuit MAX It. SILVER M?a^! yb F,!?rida JU,,,n STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. NAME LAW NOIICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 'I '.' Si ?J S >•""'••' Road, Miami Beach. Horlda, intends to register .said name with the Clerk of the Circuit couit of Dade County, Florida LUBEN ci |RP( (RATION a Florida Corp. By: BEN SILVER President OBORGE .1 TAI.IAN, ,FF, ESQ. %  •-' Lincoln Itoad -Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Applicant 11 H 12/1-8-15 IV Tin T '. C ,f, ? Y PUBLICATION ,„\. .. "A.Nt.Mll N„. ISCS41 saiAT^gsft.aH f • f cora 1,1 IMTH CABRA C/o I.KIlov 0AKE8 1-' WALTER AVE. HICK8VILLE. I. 1 N v <• Mk f a h."r e r '?. ^ ho "''"f he d5%f%^o^. r DATED, Nov. 21, lflr.o E. B, WEATHERMAN (circuit conn si:;;, 1 ; o f Clrcult Con By w.\i. \v. STOCKING MURRAY .:. MAN DcPUty C,erk Attorney for Plaintiff Jll olympla liullding -Miami. Florida 11/24 12/1-8-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MO [I E is HEREBY GIVEN that tht undersigned, desiring to engage In '."•.'-•;. the fictitious nan Gatei al 1911 Coral 0 Miami. I1.,,,.la. Intend ,,, ... said name with the Clerk o 1 HARLEfi M PREEFIELD Own< 15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring w eSiaae In business under the ficiiti,.„„ \ESz l fig,!*". ^1'" Court IO a U t"lJo a i m N.i w?th^ 1 h '. ,r "' 1 ; '-eglster said name ^l'Xun'; y k F l,r!:;;, ""'" i "-'-^' P^ROE WKP.NI.I and MYERS. HSSSNMSKAN 850 Seybold Bids NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW Noi [I 1, is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enga b^'ness under the fiotli „,. >•• Woo at 182] coral Wav, Miami Fla.^.Intend toireglstei said name with Count ^orlda e ^' r0U t CoUrt of Dad9 ;l V I, GOLDSMITH i*/i-s-u.22 B J "^'Aura CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW s HEREBY OIVEN that -n.-d. desiring to engage In dei the fictitious name of Furniture Company at ."."11 Vvenue, Miami, Florida, in; •'•' said name with the ; ".nit curt of Dade NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of r-'gln Vacuum Stores at 1154 W. Flugler Street. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. MARVIN I.'. ZANK Sole Owner 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name 01 Adams Hotel at 2030 Park Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida SEYMOUR II KOTT and IIIWIN K. KOTT 11/24 12/1-8-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS L NAME LAW h ', HKI:I:I:V OIVEN that ,. "' '-:"^ to engage In flli|. ..•,..''.'' fll tl..lis nan f llt-r U V". H 8 HP. formerly I %  ; Miami, Dade County, I reg tei said name Mll.To.N FISH Kit, Aiix 1 '""Applicant T A C p E p,, F rJ N T ENTION TO MAKE "^PLICATION FOR FINAL .,. DISCHARGE 'l\Tv ;' ''", il: S '"oritT. DADE JORIDA. No. 23828. WE Ml-siTZ. rebj given that I have iort and petition for ;. R Executor of the "K UPS'iTZ, deceased: 'he 2nd day of January, ffi %  •> •" the Honorable w %  nti 1 >. """>>• -ludge of Dade r % %  • approval of said for final discharge as i 7 he Estate of ROSE • %  eased. day of November, l50. r ST<;.\E LEON WPSITZ P.I.ILExe?utor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of LESLIE HOTEL at No. 1244 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Florida, ISII...I! NUSSDORF GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. %  l-'i. Lincoln ltoad Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Applicant II 21 12 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WILLIAMS TRAILER PARK at 228 -V E. Tilth Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade < ounty, Florida H F. fJOr.DUEKOEil ELEANOR <:<>LDIiKRGER < 'vvners MAN 15. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 922 Seybold Bldg, Miami, nor Ida 11/17-24 12/1-8 N0TICE N U A^f" LA F tf T !" U NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engageTin V;,q!'--.';"'ler 'he fictitious ,c?,m\. ;,' uiEL. ACQILUNTEB8HOP at 226 [. en,'", "'"'i ( '" lal '-"''• •"• horlda! gtend to register said name with the Cot.n ty? f Fl5r e |d?. ,rOU C urt f "^ GENE M. BOENINGER MAN n. SILVER* 0 '* LIFSET Attorney for anplicaata 822 Seybold ituilUing Miami, Florida 11/17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS u NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Normandy Beauty Salon at 1188 Eve?! glades 1 oncourse, Miami Beach intends t., register said name with the Co ll n,y:' f F!o l ; %  (l a."••" l, ""' 1 ^ FRANCES MITNICK ,., Sole Owner BERICK & SHAPIRO Sin?7*, f 'T. A pP"cant 4-'n Lincoln ltoad 18/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersig, desiring to engage In business u r the fictitious nan I Sunshine Halls at 1030 isth Street Miami Beach, hlnridn. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County. t lorlda. a/2* ii5MS AD0MS H 8HO ^>N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol Pittsburgh Warehouse and Van Co. at nil N. W. 80th S'tre.t, Miami, Fl.-i int.-nds to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, I'llll. SATTENSTEIN 11/24 12 l--r, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Governor Valet at 435 21st Street, .Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. W.M. H. WEISS 11/24 12/1-8-15 T CE NA£ ER FICTITIOUS I..TI. N A ME LAW I ; HKHKP.V OIVEN that I .,,, %  ,. l "*:r'" to engage in I the fictitious name of I %  rade Mile, Coral Gables, |k ,,f h : : -•."! name with the I r M "' "" Court of Dade ilnsr 1 :'. 1 ;," Kit IK DM AN and • '(II.MA IKIEDMAN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 138728. ELEANOR SULLIVAN, Plaintiff, vs. FRANCIS SULLIVAN, Defendant. TO FRANCIS SULLIV \N 1555 North Sixth Street PHILADELPHIA 1'K-NN. You are required to serve B oopy of your answer to the Dill of Complaint for Divorce on Plaintiffs Attornej and to file the original Answer In the Office of the Clerk the Circuit court ,,n or before the 18th day of December, A.D 1850; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed !,V VOU, DATED at Miami. Florida, this 15 day of November, lH.'.O. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court,, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of IP, 1,.Id's Delicatessen and Luncheonette at 6188 s. w >Mi Street, West Miami Florida, Intends to register Bald name with the 1 "lerk of the Clrt ill Court of Dade County. Florida. HAROLD SHAFFER 1.11:1 MAN A ROSEN Attorneys for Applicant 11/21 12/1-8-11 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION ,-, T ,. l ,',.i.' ll!CriT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, So. 136707. MAE HEDLAND, Plaintiff, vs. DANIEL HEDLAND, Defendant. To DANIEL HEDLAND, DEFENDANT: \ ou are required to serve a copy ,.r your Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and rile the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before December 12 1850; otherwise, said Hill will be taken as confessed by you Dated this 14 day ,.f November, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, cl.-rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By 16. II. RICE, JR. Deputy Cltrk. 11/17-24 12/1-8 .v, m N .? TICE TO CREDITORS J" : ''"'VTV %  "'DOE'S COURT IN AND FOI5 DADF. COFNIV 27wi H, A ~ N l-R'"'ATK. N.: In Re: ESTATE 40 RE ESTATE OF POSE MELINSON, I '.e. a>. .1. NOTICE Is hereby given thai 1 have riie.i my final reporl and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of ROSE MELINSON, Di %  • %  a.—,i; ami that on the 2nd day of Jan., 1951, will apply to the Honorable u F Blanton, County .ludge of Dad.. County. Florida, for approval ol IS i tinal report and for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Rose Mellnson, deceased. This 21 day of Nov. 1950. GERTRUDE BERSON. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for ExeCUtrtX, 1023 s.vboid nidg.. Miami. Florida 12/1-8-15-22 Nam,and Address of Plaintiff's solicitor NORMAN It. LYONS 914 Olvmpia HuildinK Miami. Florida. 11/17-24 12 kr8 C. FEIOB, Deputy Clerk. ^***^cVtvOC^ 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. I36T27. MARGARET SACKS, Plaintiff, vs. SYLVAN SACKS. Defendant. TO: SYLVAN SACKjS c 0 Mrs Mary Sacks. 3.".0< Green Spring Avenue. Baltimore, Man laiffl YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a lull of complaint for divorce has been filed against you, and you ,iv 011. DATED this 15th i. Road, Miami Bes h, Florida. 4.1, 17-24 12 1-S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE ciRrriT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 136675, ANTOINETTE M. OAROFANO, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL A. GAR! .KAN... Defendant TO: MICHAEL A. GAROFANO, p.? Somers Strei <. Brooklyn, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer or pleading to the Bill for I Uvorce on the plalntifl torney and to file the original answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 13 day of December. A, D, 1950; otherwise, the Kill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed l.v vou. Dated at Miami, Florida," this the 13 day of November, 19.",n. E I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Da.le County, Florida. (Circuit Cosrt Seall By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold Huilding, Miami, Fla. 11/17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to tnt business under the fictitious name of Import and Export Company (not Inc.) at 182 N. E. SOth Terrace, Miami Florida, intends to register said nan:,. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACOB LEVINGTON BERICK SH VPIRO 'Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Ros I 11/17-24 12/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und.rsign.d. desiring to engagi business under the fictitious name of I IPA I...CKA GATEWAY INN | at IL'7.; .pa Locks Blvd., 1 >pa L Dad.County, Florida, and Intend* I %  %  r the sa id fli tltious name In the office of the Cli rk of the 1' Court of Dade 1 'ounty, Florida Ri 'BERT L. HAMILTON II 24 12 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW hei ebj given pursuant to S, t. S63. f the Florida Statul 1 that the undersigned deslrin8 %  gage In busim ss und.-r the 1 ame %  BISCAYNE MARKET : I N •...•. ...... with the Clerk of the lourl of D 1.a1 "ountv. Fl PHILIP LENARD ROBERT BLOOM ALt 'IS SCHAPIR. ifull partners) HUTNER A: HUTNER Si i ilyn pla Bldg, Miami. Florida 12 I ---15-22 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 186887. EVELYN RUSSELL, Plaintiff, vs. RAYMOND I. RUSSELL, Defendant. TO: RAYMOND L. RUSSELL c 0 Pan American Alrwaj a Columbia House Berlin, Germany v. 11 are he:. by required to -• copy Of your answer to the Bl Complaint for Divorce on the tiffs Attorney, and file the original in the 1 iffli %  • of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the day of 1 imbei 193 I, in thi Styled cause; otherwise, the a I said Bill Of Complaint H taken as confessed by you. Dated this 22nd day of November, Ml :• : F E. B LEATHERMAN 1 : • %  ||| •.. lit I %  By: WM. 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