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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
U^zVi- NUMBER 50
|rael, Jordan Differ at UN
On Plan for Jerusalem
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Jordan and Israel this week differed
Ithe United Nations with regard to the Swedish proposal that
)y the Holy Places in Jerusalem be placed under international
pervision.
The representative of Jordan told the UN Special Political
ittee that his government*
e Swedish plan un-
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
SCHWARTZ SUCCEEDS MONTOR
AS HEAD OF U.J.A. CAMPAIGN
kp'.able.
Abba Eban, Israel's
I live, told the session
[t Israel supports the plan and
L fair and practicable
utiun of the issue.
In opposing the Swedish pain,
Irepres ntative of Jordan said
(t while some points of this
kposal could bo accepted by his
fcernment others threatened his
Intrv's national integrity. The
In as a whole must therefore
[rejected, he said. He concluded
"stating that his government
lu'.d do everything in its power
[prevent the Swedish pan from
|ng implemented.
Belgium similarly announced
[opposition to the Swedish plan.
le Belgian delegate said that
Is plan was not efficient and
fct its implementation would de-
fed on a "legal peace" in Pal-
line. He stated he agreed with
tq that last year's United Na-
te resolution for a corpus
taratum had failed only because
Trusteeship Council had not
kde the necessary efforts to
c:v || the statute. He sug-
Bted the creation of-a commit-
of negotiation with broad
|ms of reference to work out
(compromise solution.
The representative of Australia
nounci J that his government
[abandoning its sponsorship of
still-unimplemented resolu-
bn of last year to establish Jeru-
llem as a corpus separatum and
tat it favors the Swedish resolu-
bn which provides that inter-
ktional spervision be limited to
le Holy Places only.
Expressing the hope that Israel
pd Jordan will give "categroical
purances" on free access to the
loly Places and full cooperation
lith a United Nations High Com-
missioner for the Holy Places.
le Australian delegate drew at-
trition to the fact that the atti-
pde of Israel and Jordan in he
lit "gives no cause for optimism"
respect to the carrying out of
le Swedish resolution.
I Sir Carl Berendsen of New
|ealand said he had been "shock-
by the "irresponsibility" of
Pe General Assembly last year
adopting a resolution to place
whole of the Jerusalem area
hder international trusteeship
t.thout providing for enforce-
ment. "Had last year's vote been a
Pet ballot a very different re-
M would have been reached,"
P,stated. He announced that he
support the Swedish pro-
posal for the internationalization
f the Holy Places only.
1 Egypt said the only solution
las implementation of previous
' decisions. Yugoslavia
supported the Swedish proposal
expressing the hope that Jordan
would follow the example of Is-
rael and accept it.
UN Unit Adopts
Resolution For
Israel, Arab Peace
LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)The
United Nations Special Political
Committee this week adopted an
American-sponsored four-power
resolution calling for peace ne-
gotiations between Israel and the
Arab states and setting up an
office under the Palestine Con-
ciliation Commission to arrange
for the repatriation of Arab
refugees and the payment of com-
pensation to those who left prop-
erty in Israel but are not re-
turning there.
Despite its objections to the
resolution, expressed in commit-
tee debate. Israel abstained on
the vote. The resolution sponsors
were the United States, Britain,
France and Turky. The section
calling for negotiations, intro-
duced by the Nationalist Chinese
j delegate, was formulated in lan-
I guage unacceptable to Israel.
In outlining the Israel objec-
j tions. Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett placed the blame for the
absence of genuine peace in the
j Middle East on the Arab states,
j He also warned the UN body
] against taking the "road of dead-
lock" in seeking a settlement in (
the Middle East and a solution of
the Arab refugee problem.
Leading the Israel delegation in j
a diplomatic campaign reminis- '
cent of earlier Israel battles in
the world organization for rec-
ognition as a state and in support
of Jerusalem, Mr. Sharett de-
fended his government against
Arab charges of discrimination in
Israel and blasted the Arab gov-
ernments for refusal to negotiate
a lasting peace settlement. He
told the 60 UN delegates that the
crux of the matter was whether
the Arabs wanted peace. If they
did, it meant full acceptance of
Israel, he said. But. he added, if
they did not feel this way. then
there was no use talking in the
UN any further.
"The basic issue is the con-
clusion of peace," he declared.
"If that is not possible, let us
drop the matter. Let us leave to
time the healing of this wound
Asserting that no Arab delegate
at any Conciliation Commission
meeting had ever been authorized
to discuss a real peace settlement,
Mr. Sharett said: "This tragi-
comedy must come to an end.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, director general of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, has been named executive
vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced
this week by William Rosenwald, Rudolf G. Sonneborn and Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise, national chairmen of the UJA. One of the nation's
foremost authorities on the problems of Jewish emigration and
reconstruction. Dr. Schwartz has been granted a leave of absence
from the Joint Distribution Committee to succeed Henry Montor
(right), who served as executive vice chairman and director of
the United Jewish Appeal since its inception in 1939. Mr. Montor
resigned from the UJA to undertake a new financing program for
Israel in the near future. Dr. Schwartz's appointment was an-
nounced on the eve of the National Conference to launch the 1951
United Jewish Appeal which will be held at the Traymore Hotel
in Atlantic City, N. J.. on Saturday evening and Sunday, December
16 and 17.
Women Step Up
Veterans Activities
The Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
County is stepping up its veterans
service activities at Pratt General
Hospital, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Louis
Glasser, conference president.
On December 20 the conference
will set up a booth where each
service man may have his photog-
raph taken and sent home to his
family in a folder with appropri-
ate season's greetings.
In addition to these "Serve-a-
Hospital" facilities, the "Serve-a-
Camp" committee, of which Mrs.
Clarence L. Cohn is chairman,
has sent approximately 150 gifts
to service men at Camp Eglin,
Fla.
Israel Budget
Is Balanced
LONDON. (JTA)Except for
immigration and security needs
the Israel budget has been bal-
anced, David Herowitz, director-
general of the Israel Treasury and
head of its delegation to the cur-
rent financial talks here declared
this week.
Speaking at the concluding ses-
sion of a golden jubilee meeting
of the Jewish National Fund here
Mr. Horowitz stressed that the
heavy drain on the Israel eco-
nomy caused by security needs is
attributable to the fact that in a
situation where there is no peace
Israel must defend 600 miles of
frontier in flat land.
"There is no inch in the entire
country which cannot be reached
by artillery fire without the
enemy crossing any frontier," he
said.
300 To Attend
UJA Conference
More than 800 Jewish 1
representing communities ine\
section of the Unite St will
attend the National Coni
of the United Jewish App
the Traymore Hotel in Atl
City. N. J., from Dire,-,
the 17. it was announced by
liam Rosenwald, Rud
Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah is.
Wise, national chairmen ol
United Jewish Ap]
The National Conference will
determine American Jewry' fi-
nancial responsibility toward
contemplated emigration oi
100 Jews from eastern Eui
North Africa. Iraq and Mosl -m
countries to Israel within the
next twelve months, and to
rehabilitation and reconstruction
programs which must be carried!
on in many parts of Europe as
well as for refugee adjustment in
the United States.
The 1951 nationwide campaign
of the United Jewish Appeal will
be the UJA's 13th annual drive
as American Jewry's combined
fund-raising body for the JDC.
UPA and USNA. The National
Conference will mark the formal
launching of the 1951 drive.
Stop Religious Institution,
Segregation In Schools,
Youth Leaders Urge
WASHINGTON, (JTA)Rec-
ommendations that religious in-
struction should not be permitted
i in public schools and that racial
, segregation should be ended in
, the United States were under-
i lined by the midcentury White
: House Conference on Children
' and Youth which concluded a
| meeting of 5.000 delegates here
| this week. Dr. Abraham N. Franz-
blau. of the Hebrew Union School
of Education and Sacred Music
I of New York, was among those
who strongly urged the separation
cf church from state in the matter
of religious education in public
schools.
Appeal For Workers
Issued By Chest
Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman
of the Metropolitan Unit of the
Dade County Community Chest,
has issued an appeal for volun-
teers to work in the campaign
Jan. 14. Volunteers should call
Chest office.
'GW York Congregation To Count
tomen In Min van. Call To Torah
NEW YORK, (JTA)Breaking with centuries of Jewish religious
Mition. the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, a New YorK
' nn headed by Dr. Mordecai Kaplanleader of the Recon-
fJCtionist movementhas decided to count women in a Min>an
'i'1'" call them to the Torah during Sabbath services. ,,,.._
, In an interview with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, JJr. lyapi. m
Mirmed the fact that the congregation voted "overwhelming y,
Pfl.v unanimously" to include women among the traditional quo urn
F ten Jews-the minimum number needed to conduct group religious
princes. The issue had been discussed by members of the congiega-
P and its board for months before the final vote Dr. Kap an saia.
I The congregation's action was taken, he pointed out in line*"'
Pfesire to have Jewish women play a greater role in thes adYncc"
Pnt of the Jewish community and in Jewish education. Calling up
?omen to the Torah, he stated, was seen by members of the> BAJ
"sf token of responsibility for women for the continuation f Jev?sn
?" V. the Jewish future and Jewish education. He stressed the tact
Jewish education is symbolized in the Torah.
Delegates Report On CJFWF Meet
Mrs. Murry Grossman and I. R- I
Goodman this week hailed the
recent general assembly of the j
Conference of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds as "a mile- j
stone in American Jewish history
and praised it for "solid gains;
made in establishing unity and
understanding among various seg-
ments of American Jewry."
Reporting to the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew- ;
ish Federation at a special meet- i
ing called for the purpose last
Tuesday night, Goodman said the
decision to reconstitute the United
Jewish Appeal was "the con-
trolling factor in laying to rest the
so-called Blueprint Plan for a
national fund raising organiza-
tion to replace the UJA. as well
as the Central Israeli fund raising
He revealed the formula under ,
which the funds will be allocated
in 1951 to the agencies compris-
ing the United Jewish Appeal.
After an unspecified sum is set
aside for the United Service for
New Americans, the balance of
the money raised, up to $55 mil-
lion, will be apportioned on the
basis of 67% to the United Pales-
tine Appeal and 33% to the Joint
Distribution Committee. All
money raised in excess of $55
million will be distributed on the
basis of 87 4r; to the United
Palestine Appeal and 12'a% to
the Joint Distribution Committee.
He predicted that funds in 1951
would be raised more easily than
in 1950 because this country "is
enjoying a wave of prosperity and
is faced with increased taxes."
Mrs. Grossman devoted her re-
port to a resume of the session
on national-local relations. She
summarized the talk made by
Harold Glasser. director of the
Couscil's Institute on Overseas
Studies, in which he had pointed
out that:
1. Israel's present economic
crisis has slowly been gathering
weight and has daily been putting
increased pressure upon the peo-
ple of Israel.
2. The new state has limited
resources which are inadequate to
meet its needs, and the American
Jewish community has not been
supplying adequate funds for the
tasks of absorption and economic
upbuilding.
3. There has been insufficient
study of the ways and means
whereby American effort to assist
Israel can be-made more effective.
4. There should be a central
planning point at which recom-
mendations can be made regard-
ing relative importance and rela-
tive priorities of the various .>'.'-
ganizations obtaining funds in this
country for Israel.
5. Construction of new low-
income homes in Israel is being
retarded by lack of materials,
skilled labor and transport.
6. New farms are only scratch-
ing the surface for lack of water
for irrigation and animals.
7. Israel's greatest njied is
American dollars.
Other reports on the General
Assembly were made by Albert
1 Comanor, Max C. Gettinger and
j Herbert E. Scher. who read the
eleven resolutions which were
' adopted at the meeting. Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers told of her at-
tendance at a concurrent meeting
I in Washington, the National Chil-
| dren's Planning Conference, at-
tended by some 6,000 delegates.
President Singer lauded Stanley
C. Myers for his work in behalf
of American Jewry during his
I five years as president of the
! Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. The entire board
gave Myers a standing ovation
upon "his triumphant return to
his home community."


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INF Official To
Visit Miami Area
Mendel N. Fisher, executive di-
rectoi of the Jewish National
Fund of America, will be in the
Greater Miami community next
week, according to Leon J. Ell.
chairman 01 the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami.
Fisher, who has held the post
of executive director for the
16 years, has been identified with
the Zionist movement in this
country over a period of many
years. He served as a member of
the actions committee of the
World Zionist Organization and
participated in its last meeting in
Jerusalem. He was also a delegate
to the last World Zionist Congress
in Basle. A former journalist and
social worker, he is a member of
the executive of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America and former
co-director of the United Pales-
tine Appeal. He was national field
director of the Zionist Organiza-
tior ol America.
During his incumbency as the
executive director of the Jewish
National Fund, huge sums have'
been mobilized for the redemp-
tion of the land. His tenth anni-
..:> as director of the fund
celebrated with a nation-
wide dinner given in his honor.
Leading personalities of the
movement. og all part
and groups, partii pati I
Because of his l>ng association
with the Zionist movement, he
knows p important
Zi< nisi and
abroad. Hi- has made a special
study of the land problem in Is-
nd ol first hand
...'. ng land
iuding ame-
I itioi nd irrigation
On Wednes lay. 1 er 20,
: will add:. SS
National Fund Coun-
: at the Mi-
an i Jev sh Center !! -
I A Frida;
8:15 p.m.. Fisl
- heduled to conduct the Ol
S rvices at Temple
Beth SI :. W: it shall Be
R : the American Jewish
B'nai B'rith Youth To Gather Hore
For Annual Regional Conference
Organizations in District
SgAY^EMBER
Mendel .V. Fisher
Community Towards Israel." He
will be guest speaker on Satur-
day. December 23. at 10:15 a.m. at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Center
Elects Essen
Ben Essen wa i president
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center at a meeting of the organ-
ization last week.
Others named to office were
Sam Seitlin, first vice president:
Paul Sobel. second vice president:
Leo Sheiner. third vice president;
Mrs Samuel Gertman. secretary;
Leo A in, treasurer.
Three year board members in-
clude Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Sidney
H. Palmer, Mrs Leo Sheiner. M.
J. Kopelowitz, Max R. Silver.
Martin Rubinstein. Fred Gross- ;
berg. Mrs. Ben Essen. Irving |
Saal. Fred K. Shochet and Al
Berkowitz.
Elected to serve on the board
for one year were Mr. and Mis.
Monroe Gelb. Mrs. Sylvia Che: t-
kof. Sam Rothstein. Sidnev Lef-
irt. Frank C. Rose. Paul" Gert-
man Mrs. Nathan Dubler. Leo
Landis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stern-
shoin. Mrs. Leo Alpert and Hyman j
Kam.
B'nai B'rith Youth from six
in Florida will gather for
their annual AZA Florida region-
. | tiference from December 25
:,i 28, it has been announced by
B'rith Youth Organization
Director Selma Lev.
Approximately 100 delegates
repres the junior order of
B'rith will elect regional
in oratory com-
petit: -.u contests and
athletic programs under the di-
rection of Miss L>
Co-chairmen of the event are
Morris Levitt and Robert Cooper
of Miami who have set up con-
vention headquarters at the B'nai
B'rith Youth offices at 1220 Con-
gress Building.
Cities represented atvthe four-
day conclave will include. Great-
er Miami. Jacksonville. Daytona
Beach. Tampa, St. Petersburg,
West Palm Beach and Orlando.
Host chapters of AZA will include '
Hillel. Sigma Rho and No. 322
from Miami and Stephen S. Wise.
Royal Palm and Blumenthal I
Chapters from Miami Beach.
Adult advisers from the ranks i
of B'nai B'rith Lodge and Chap-
ters will be on hand to assist with
seminars on leadership and plan- ;
ning of youth training programs
for the coming year.
B'nai B'rith personalities ex-
pected to attend the conference '
will include Mrs. Herman Hertz-
berg, president of District Five.
B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters; '
Mrs. Hairy Kaufman, vice presi-'
dent of District Five: Michael
Rand, director of the B'nai B'rith
V.uth
Five.
Highight of the sessions will be
the award for the best all-around i
chapter in the state.
Business sessions are scheduled
to be held at the Miami Beach
Jewish Centei.
A program of social events will
include a beach party, semi-
formal buffet dinner and installa-
tion, registration dance and a
"Nite Club Night."
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L DECEMBER 15, 1950
* kMisHkriciictn
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1/7/ Say...
the train pulls into Troyes, about 100 miles
5 ,{ Paris, the Jewish traveler feels he is
*. ., shrine. For here in the year 1040, the
%' ,u\. ,s born. No figure in Galut history has
.,., influence upon Jewish life. During
nf faith, his commentary on the Torah could
in every literate Jewish home. Every
toy attained a higher rank as soon as he
study Chumash with Rashi. Grey bearded
:nic or lay, never became too mature
tenment in Rashi's commentaries on
Vanished Jewries Of Old France
fera
round
h us
I
Talmud.
IK
, of Troyes still contains timber gabled
row, medieval streets. Branches of the
| and interlace the old city. One looks
, relic of the Jewish past, for a
i into a church, or perhaps fo:
temidrash bearing the cross of a chapel. But
knd for
I
- in vain. No stone marks the unknown
1 hi. Yet 1000 years ago Troyes was a
'.e'.< ci nter of Jewish life. At an early date J>
and vineyards; they practiced crafts
they plied local and foreign commerce;
f ;n money lending, which meant rudi-
Itarv banking in those days. To this background
TSuent lif'-. Rashi returned in his 25th year after
Ipjeting his studies in Germany.
L and the Tosafists
great sage started a stream of creative think-
Ithat flowed on after his death. His successors,
Tosafi-^ also left a permanent mark upon
aism The importance of Troyes may be judged
the three Rabbinical Synods held there. They
not conventions in the modern sense. For in
.ieval tunes, religion was the all-embracing factor
Jewish or Christian life. But the mass hysteria
tendered by the Crusades weakened and finally
Llished this stronghold of the Baale Hatosfim.
legend that connects Rashi with Godfrey de
4iillon the Crusader chief, may not be true. But
Ireflec'.- the state of insecurity that oppressed
Irish hearts. Their fears were only too well found-
)th Predicts
access For
Icademy Dinner
Predicting that the third an-
! dinner of the Hebrew Aca-
hiy will be the most successful
the history of the school,
ami Beach Councilman Burnett
Ith. co-chairman, announced
It over S15.000 in ticket reserva-
I already been pledged
Id sold for the affair which will
\o place January 14 at Temple
i Shi il
T 'iinccment was made
a luncheon meeting of the
; tors of the academy
. at the Grossinger
k:. Hotel.
|D- David S. Andron. president
.he ; my, read a report
I \ .n Courshon, chair-
II yi ar's dinner and CO-
j : this year's affair,
K its group has also
r lor $10,000.
I rise Andron and Mrs.
he! chairman of the
\ ttee of the Hebrew
Women, which is is-
[ ivenlr journal for the
ti 1 that they have al-
I $4,000 in ads and
' i xpect to reach a goal
IS' hi date of the dinner.
the luncheon besides
I Courshon were Dr.
IVid S Andron, Benjamin Ap-
1. Paul Grossinger, Samuel
f Dr. Irwin Makovsky,
pseph Zemel, Jacob Kaufman,
' Lobel, Benjamin Sherry.
fcrman Basch, Abe Halperin.
Wore Goldberg, William Gold,
P'is Escot, Samuel Reinhard,
Zion Ginsburg, Peter F.
sr, C larles Bender, Abraham
. L. Jack Satin, Samuel
| ob Andron. Matthew
I tein, and Rabbi Alex. S.
I
JL Sands of Cleveland, Ohio,
I 00 to the academy in
T his parents.
ed. In 1228. the Inquisition had 13 Jews of Troyes
burned at the stake. In 1394 all the Jews of France
were permanently banished.
Paper Monuments
There is a modern synagogue and small congrega-
tion in Troyes today. But they have no connection
with the vigorous past. The medieval community
may have left no physical trace; but a far nobler
memorial certifies to its spiritual life. The books of
Rashi and the Tosafists are monuments that even
the atom bomb cannot destroy.
In the Southlands
In the second largest city of France, a scholarly
community leader, .1. Singer of Lyon, informed me
that Jews first brought the grapevine from Italy
and thus originated French wines, the best in the
world. I cannot vouch for the accuracy of this state-
ment. But there is little doubt that Jews anticipated
the Roman legions and settled in the Southlands of
France when it was known as Gaul. A trip through
the Comitat Venaissin will disclose more Jew. h
relics than elsewhere in the land.
Avignon
In Avignon there are streets still called Rue de la
Vielle Juiverie and Rue Reillc Juiverie, in the midst
of narrow lanes which was the old Ghetto. The
houses are old and hnddled together, a vivid if de-
pressing picture of a Judengasse of the thirteenth
century. Nearer the city hall the street names of
Rue Abraham and Rue Jacob are reminders of the
new Ghetto established in 1286. A nineteenth cen-
tury synagogue stands on the Place Jerusalem, a
square that somehow preserves a lingering fragrance
of the vanished past. The synagogue has the odor
of a place rarely used. The Germans did not molest
the building, and the Shamas, an old woman whose
husband fell for France in the First World War, tells
you she hid all the Torahs, prayer books, Talathim
and silver utensils before the Nazis got around to
rifle and to pillage.
Capentras
Capentras, an hour from Avignon by auto, was an
important Jewish center until the middle of the
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
nineteenth century. The only reminiscence is a
synagogue originally built in 1367, with restorati ins
and repairs aver since. By far the most interesting
Jewish relic of medieval France, it has survived its
congregation, now reduced to a lone but garrulous
spinster. Madame Moiso, the official concierge of
this national monument, opens the Shnl in anticipa-
tion of a tip. Without her the tourist is helpless, lor
the blank, windowless exterior would never suggest
the treasure within.
Its Synagogue
The interior brings you squarely into the fourteenth
century. But it has nothing furtive or shrinking that
often characterizes the dark old Ghettos.
from its atmosphere, the medieval Jew was res >lutc
and believing without any Cowering before the
Church Triumphant. This stru also a I 1
history. Christian pride watched attentively that the
synagogue should never exceed the church in height.
The papal court rendered alternate and rev i
decisions boarding up the rounded windows a1, ve
the Ark lest the Hebrew clamors disturb High as 1
Low Mass in the neighboring church of the White
Penitents.
Archaic Customs
The four congregations of Comitat Venaissin seem
to have had traditions all their own. The canto) > id
on the gallery, and the Torah was read down to the
worshipers below. Since the law forbade enlarge-
ment, the women worshiped in a cellar below, no
longer visible. Subsequently they sat on the bale my
and no doubt distracted the chazen, the parnass. and
other worthies occupying the choice high seats. An
antique curiosity is the small stool, gilded and up-
holstered, suspended high on the east wall fur the
Prophet Elijah. He was hardly expected since he
could never sit on it. A wide, ornate, double chair
for the Sandek (godfather) holding the child proves
that all circumcisions were performed exclusively in
the synagogue.
These relics survived because Comitat Venaissin
did not come under French rule until 1789. Governed
by a Papal legate, the Jews were not affected by the
expulsion in 1394 out of France.__________________
Al the opening to volunteer dor.ors of the Blood Bank of
Mount Sinai hospital. Women's Auxiliary Nurses _A.dei Mrs. 1Lou.s
Snelman registers the name of Donor Mrs. Samuel Feldman as Dr.
Gertrude Shishlow checks the "patient's" blood pressure._________
fembership Social Set
A membership social will be i
1 by the Star Chapter of
J h Young Women on I
fnday. December 17, at 8 p.m. |
I the h .me of Sheila Wishman,
I 9th St.
unity service projects for 1
P\ will be outlined by President
pons K.
North Shore Groups
Will Meet Monday
A joint meeting of North Shore
Lodge and Women's Chapter of
B'nai B'rith, featuring a book re-
view, community singing and a
choral group, will be held on
Monday evening, December 18, at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Program chairmen. Mrs. Her-
bert Cohen and Melvin Pazol,
have announced that Abraham
Levitan will review the book.
"King of the Shnorrcrs" by Israel
Zangwill. A choral group under
the direction of Robert Strass-
burg will offer vocal .numbers.
Included in the chorus will be the
Mesdames George Kimmel. Mur-
ray Lipinski, Sonia Danowitz
Herman Stein, Charles Fnedland
and Saul Hayman. Male voices
will include A. J. Kaplan, Leo
Steinman and Melvin Altman.
Chairman of refreshments will
be Mrs. Harold Kelman and Aaron
Tulin President Mrs. Bernard
Hoffman will head the reception
committee. ___________
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EDITORIAL
Thv Jerusalem Issue
Once again the United Nations is centering its
attention on the Jerusalem issue. Last year, after
much debate and little foresight, the General
Assembly of the United Nations voted full inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem in defiance of sober
admonition that such a solution could not be
implemented and that its enforcement would prove
tragic in the face of Israel's and Jordan's firm
determination not to yield to the imposition of
an alien, even though international, regime over
their respective areas of the city.
That the original solution was unworkable has
been demonstrated by time as well as by admis-
sion of the Trusteeship Council itself. It now seems
that some elements in the United Nations are still
unrealistic enough to believe that the Vatican-
advocated plan can be forced upon Israel and
Jordan. If that is what they sincerely believe, it
can only be said that the result can only lead to
a serious cricis from which the U.N. will not
emerge unscathed. It is a cardinal rule of inter-
national law that the sovereignty of states cannot
be impinged upon under any but grave emer-
gency circumstances. Not even the most rabid
advocates of strict internationalization can honest-
ly contend that such an emergency exists. The
fact of the matter is that not a single incident
involving the security of the holy places in Jeru-
salem, or access to them, has occurred since the
U.N. has been grappling with the imaginary
issue. And it can be rightfully assumed that none
will occur now or in the future. It is just un-
imaginable that sovereign states with control over
sacred sites would ever brave censure by making
those places insecure or inaccessible to the reli-
gious of all faiths.
A more realistic plan, and certainly a more
just one, has been offered by Sweden. Under the
Chent l\vo,ls Worker
The Dade County Community Ch
the midst of us 1951 campaij tr*St N
with which to meet the needs 0 heT !$
fare and social agencies which eallM
upon these funds for their ec0no^ ^
These agencies include the JeS^-6,
and the National Jewish WelTarJ S0011
armed forces. re **
One of the large groups of the CW-
ERASING JOB TO BE DONE
Swedish proposal U.N. control would be limited
only to the holy sites. If the advocates of strict
internationalization are really concerned only
over the holy places, arid if their intent is not
domination of the Holy City itself, they ought to
get behind a solution that is fairer to them than
to the real parties.
tion, Division A, is now brinqir
successful conclusion. The work rf -
larger gifts division has been unstinting byi
and notable, and the residents of Si**
its personnel a vote of thanks.
The Metropolitan Division is the inf, ,
of this campaign, made up of the real 23
who go out into the field, ring the dooSjJ
the homes and apartments of the areal! '
this division is made up of the people who)
face the people, who have to exbtaii..
general public what the Chest is abomZ3
a Community Chest is essential to th,
welfare and happiness of our area.
To do a real job the Chest needs
willing workers and hard workers.
People of all races, creeds, and walks A
have joined in this greet effort to make Cm
Community Chest campaign a ringing success]
The Jewish people have always met their
sponsibilities and obligations. We know that f
will do so again this year.
Give one day to the Community Chest
Men and women are needed as volunteers!
one day, January 14.
Offer your services immediately by
Chest Headguarters, 3-7704, or by writinqtol
Headguarters. 127 N.W. 2nd Street
Dr. Narot To Be Installed As Rabbi
Of Temple Israel December 22
I):' Joseph R. Narot will be
installed as spiritual leader of
Temple Israel at special sei v
on Friday, December 22. at 8:15
p.m.
Dr. Narot served as spiritual
ler of the Reform Congrega-
tion of Beth Israel in Atlantic
City for ten years. He graduated
from Western Reserve University
in Cleveland in 1936 with a Phi
Beta Kappa record and was or-
dained by Hebrew Union College
;n 1940. He received his Doctor
of Hebrew Letters degree from
H. brew Union in 1946.
In September. 1940. he was ap-
nted assistant rabbi of Beth
Israel In the following vear he
ame spiritual leader" of the
temple.
1! i as chairman of the
Lnited Jewish Appeal in Atlantic-
City from 1943 to 1945 as a co-
chairman in 1950.
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath.
president of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, will
deliver the principal address and
Dr. Narot will respond.
Also scheduled to participate in
the installation ceremonies are
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi '
emeritus of Temple Israel; Dr.
Bowman Ashe. president of the I
University of Miami: the Rev.
Glenn C. James, pastor of the
White Temple Methodist Church; I
William D. Singer, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed- :
eration: Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Turk: Miami Mayor Wil-
liam Wolfarth: Max Meisel. presi- '
dent of the congregation.
Jules Pearlman is chairman of
the rites. Assisting him are Judge
Harold B. Spaet. co-chairman,
Benjamin Bronston. Max Orovitz
Monte Selig. Singer. Benjamin
Slote.
A reception in- honor of Dr
Eisendrath will be held in Kaplan
Hall following the ceremonv. Mrs.
Frank A. Perlman is in charge.
Her aides includes the Mesdames
Flagler-Granada Women
To Hear Monthly Speaker
Women's Activities Group of
the Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
series of monthly speakers to be
held at their Tuesday afternoon
meetings, according to Mrs. Jesse
Freed, program chairman.
Mrs. Herman Feldman has been
named chairman of a forthcoming
luncheon. Serving on her commit-
tee are the Mesdames Maurice
Shaw. Albert Kowalsky and
Ralph Lang.
Beach Y To Repeat
Music. Art Program
In response to the rquest of the
people who attended the first
Beach Y music and art program,
a repeat performance will be
offered by the organization's
music and art committees in co-
operation with the discussion
group on Thursday, December 21,
at 8:30 p.m. This program will
incorporate all of the features of
the previous summer's program,
including musical compositions to
set the mood and offer inspira-
ttbn for those people with any
interest in either music or art to
express themselves with paints,
charcoal, or pastels. Interpretive
dancing will also be included.
Luncheon To Honor
Dr. Eisendrath
A testimonial luncheon in honor
of Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations will
be given on Thursday. December
121. at 12:15 p.m. The affair is
j being sponsored by individuals
I affiliated with the Reform and
Liberal congregations in the
Greater Miami area.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot
Max Meisel. Henry Wolff. Wil-
liam D. Singer, Norman A. Ross-
man. Harry V. Simons, Sie
Mendelsohn. Herbert Fiebelman
Isaac Levin. Frank Coret. Herman
wall. Max Orovitz and Louis
Zeientz.
Roth Speaks At Dinner
Miami Beach Councilman Bur-
, nett Roth was principal speaker
at the Chanuka dinner given by
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach last Wednesday
at the Labor Lyceum.
Also appearing on the program
1 were Nathan Bookspan. A. Dorff.
Mrs. Manya Shubow. Mrs. Louis
Peker. Miss Anyuta Melicov. the
Rev. Louis Yelsky and Al Blank.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes
were hosts at the affair and all
proceeds went to the Child Res-
cue Fund.
Beth David Women
Completing Dance Plans
Beth David Sisterhood is com-
pleting plans for its New Year's
eve affair.
Dave Tyler's Orchestra will
provide music for dancing and
Larry Wilde will serve as master
of ceremonies. A catered break-
fast will be served.
Reservations may be made by
?l? x.Mrs- Max Bagman at
3-583-. Mrs. Harry Gordon. 2-7135
48-80lSS L ROSen" 4-127 OF
Flagler-Granada Center
Plans New Year's Fete
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center is formulating
plans for its third annual New
Year s eve ball to be held at the
center building. 50 N.W. 51st
Place on Sunday, December 31,
at 9 p.m.
Buffet supper, dancing and en-
tertainment are on the agenda
according to Jack Cohen, chair-
man. Reservations may be made
by calling Cohen at 48-9091.
The group will meet on Thurs-
day, December 21, at 8:30 pm
at the center.
Wachtel To Speak
"Religion Behind the Iron Cur-
tain" will be the topic of a talk
by Hyman Wachtel, who served
with UNRRA. on Friday. Decem-
ber 15, at North Shore Jewish
Center services to be held at
8:15 in the cafeteria of Biscyane
Elementary School.
Wachtel. who worked in close
cooperation with Chief Rabbi of
Israel Hcrzog. was instrumental
in rescuing thousands of Jewish
children. During his service with
UNRRA. he made frequent trips
behind the iron curtain.
Center Women Slate
Gift Birthday Party
A gift exchange birthday party
honoring all members of the
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center at the group's next
meeting on Monday. December 18,
at 1:30 p.m. in the center dining
room.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a review of Ruth Chatterton's
Homeward Borne" by Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is pro-
gram chairman.
Chairman of the event is Max
Orovitz. Louis J. Krensky is co-
chairman. Working with them are
Max Meisel, Herbert Gelernter,
Shepard Broad. George H. Roth.
Leo Ackcrman, Harry Boyell.
Jerome E. Freehling, Emil J.
Gould. A. Albert Green. Max
Holtsberg. Michael M. Isenberg,
Morris Klass. Paul H. Marks G.
Louis Mendelsohn, Frank A.
Perlman. Monte Selig, Joseph R.
Stein, Elry Stone. Adolph Wer-
theimer, Myron S. Zeientz, Sid-
ney D. Ansin, Morris J. Kandel,
Kenneth Oka, Abraham Zinna-
mon, Joseph Arkin, Leon J. Ell.
, Samuel Beckerman. Max Dreyer,
i Joseph Fenias, Louis Goldman. S.
A. Goodman. Myer Friedman,
Frank Kamen. Alexander Kogan,
Alfred Rajna, Benjamin Rimer
and George Sax.
The union is conducting a cam-
paign to raise $1,875,000 for main-
tenance of the Hebrew Union
College in Cincinnati and the
Jewish Institute of Religion.
Attends Funeral
Louis Gordon, 775 S.W. 2lst
Road, left for Chicago to attend
the funeral of his son who passed
away Tuesday night.
Miamians Named To
Regional ZOA Posts
Miamians named to regional
ZOA posts at the Southeastern
regional conference held here De-
cember 1 to 4 were Macey Krons-
berg and Alex Van Straaten,
honorary vice presidents; S. A.
Goodman and Gilbert Rappaport,
vice presidents; Murray Goodman,
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Seymour B.
Liebman and Abe Schafer, ad-
ministrative committee members.
Ben R. Winick of KnoxviHe,
Tenn., was re-elected president.
The new officers were installed
at the closing banquet of the
meet, at which Dr. Emanuel
Neumann was principal speaker.
Abe Goldstein, honorary vice
president of the ZOA. served as
installing officer.
Auxiliary Meeting Slated
A meeting of the Louis D.
Brandeis Auxiliary Free Sons of
Israel is slated for Thursday, De-
cember 14, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Seaeomber Hotel Miami Beach.
Honor guest is Mrs. Samuel
^Arafe, of the Moses Mendelsohn
Auxiliary, Free Sons of Israel, of
'Boston, Mass.
Rabbis To Fete
Dr. Kaplan On
76th llirthday
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, preskt
of both the Florida State i.
Greater Miami Rabbinical 1
sociations for the past 15 yeal
will be honored at a dinner]
be held Tuesday. December 2d
the Grossinger Pancoast HcL
Miami Beach, on his seven
sixth birthday. Members of |
Miami Rabbinical Ass3ciatiot
their wives will be hosts at I
affair.
"Rabbis throughout the _
will pay tribute to the beta
dean of Florida rabbis for
inspiration and guidance to.
younger men," Mrs. Morris
Skop. president of the state I
sociation of rabbis' wives, said.
Working on arrangements:
the affair are Mrs. Irving Ld
man, dinner: Mrs. Simon Apt
flowers: Mrs. Jacob H>mg. sBl
reservations; Mrs. Ralph
Koven. local reservations.
Biblical Film Schedule
A film, "Sacrifice of Isaac,"
be shown Saturday evening,
cember 16. at the Miami Jei
Community Center under the aL
pices of the Greater Miami HI
brew Free Loan Associate"1
according to Samuel Rolhstt
president. The movie depicts I
Biblical story of the attempt
sacrifice of Isaac by h:s fa*
As an added attraction, com*
films will also be exhibited.
Tickets may be obtained all
door.
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in the
r participation
^observance of!the seventh
Kwish Music Fest.yal will
Eed by the Greater Mi-
frwish Music Council at its
heon' meeting on Monday,
; hl.. in. at 12
A room of the Greater Miami
ich Federation, it was an-
's'd by Cantor Samuel
wncr chairman of the council,
stations have been extended
Uviduals prominent in the
field of-Jewish music, and
representatives of leading
tish organizations to attend
participate in the formula-
of plans for the celebration
Find
which is being observed national-
ly from January 20 through Feb-
ruary 20.
"Robert Strassburg, music con-
sultant of the Jewish Centers
noon *in the | Association, has been designated
to work closely with the council,
and his service will help im-
measurably in assuring the suc-
cess of the plans for this year,"
Cantor Kelemer said.
Any organization wishing to
avail itself free of Strassburg's
consultative service in planning
for a Jewish Music Month pro-
gram is asked to call the Jewish
Centers Association at 82-6556.
Il Winter Day Camp
By popular demand the Miami
Beach YM & WHA will operate a
winter day camp during the
school vacation on December 21,
22, 26, 27, 28. 29 and 30.
The program will include music,
dancing, aits and crafts, drama-
tics, trips, outdoor barbecues and
numerous other activities from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will be open
to children from five to 12 years
of age.
Further information about the
camp may be obtained by calling
Mrs. Mildred Arrill at 5-5319.
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Shown rehearsing for the barn dance and variety show held
the Coral Gables Lodge and Woman's Chapter of B'nai B'nth
, December 9 at the Coral Gables Jewish Center are (1. to r.)
Krs. Edward Marx. William Hechler and Mrs. Henry Green.
RE-OPENING FRIDAY. DEC. 22nd, 4:30 P.M.
PLAZA
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Continuous Performances Daily
Folk C horns To
Present Concert
A performance of Johann
Sebastian Bach's cantata, "Life
Will Conquer," will highlight the
Chanuka concert to be presented
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Folk Chorus on Sunday, Decem-
ber 17, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach High School.
Ben Yomen will conduct the
concert and Margaret Ben Yomen
will accompany at the piano. Dr.
Paul Beck, tenor, and Evelyn
Samuels, soprano, will be soloists.
A special feature of the pro-
gram will be a Chanuka candle-
lighting ceremony by a children's
choral group under the direction
of Margaret Ben Yomen.
Beach Zionists To
Hear JNF Official
Mendel Fisher, executive di-
rector of the Jewish National
Fund of America, will be guest
speaker at the next meeting of the
Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Club on Wednesday, December
20, at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln
Manor. 2 Lincoln Road, according
to Harold Shapiro, chairman and
toastmaster of the club. His topic
will be "The Jewish National
Fund as the Foundation of the
Jewish State."
Fisher, a former journalist and
social service worker, is a member
of the executive of the- ZOA. He
served as a member of the actions
committee of the World Zionist
Congress held in Basle. He was
the first American to penetrate
into the Negev during the armis-
tice and accompanied by some
important Israeli officials, crossed
over into the Negev by special
plane.
Assisting Shapiro with arrange-
ments are Daniel M. Broad, Paul
Eisman, Jacob C. Fishman, Can-
toj_ Samuel Kelemer and Irivng
ScrTatzman.
Schwartzman To Speak
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will appear on Simon
Seiden's Jewish Forum Hour, on
Sunday, December 17, at 2:30 p.m.
over station WFEC.
Si dentfl At Jewish Schools Prepare
For >lu< leihi.ili To Be Hold Here
"Maccabiah" is the
in all the Jewish
Greater Miami. Preparations are
now being rushed for participa-
theme song | the school gaining the most I
Schools of i points. The trophy is a contribu-
tion of Mrs. Matilda Ratner
The Maccabiah is a Chanuka |
tion in this athletic carnival which feature sponsored by the Bureau
will be a duplicate of the recent
Maccabiah held in Israel.
The Maccabiah will be held in
two sessionsin Town and Beach.
On the Beach, the function will
be held at Flamingo Park on Sun-
day, December 24, from 10 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. In Miami, the event
will take place at Shenandoah
Park, 1800 S.W. 21st Ave., on
Sunday, December 31, from 10
a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The athetic carnival will in-
clude dashes, standing broad
jump,.hopping relay race, run and
throw-back relay, bean bag on
head relay, large and small school
relay, all-age relay, softball
throw, playground ball throw and
three-legged race.
Entrants for all events will be
divided into nine age categories
from six through 15. Supplement-
ing the athletic events will be a
march and display by the par-
ticipants of all schools and a torch
bearing relay of representatives]
of each school, all dressed in'
Maccabean tunic, symbolic of the i
Israeli relay run from Modin to
Jerusalem which preceded .the I
opening of the Maccabiah in Is- j
rael. A song contest among all j
schools and a special show will'
complete the program for these
Chanuka celebrations.
Special ribbons will be awarded
to individual winners in each
event. A grand trophythe prize-
winning Menorah in the Tel Aviv
design contestwill be awarded
of Jewish Education in coopera-
tion with the Jewish Schools of
Greater Miami.
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LUNCHEON CLUB
invites you to attend
Its Next Meeting
Wednesday,
December 20th
From 12:15 to 2 P.M.
To Hear
MENDEL FISHER
Executive Director
Jewish National Fund of
America
Who Will Speak en
"The Jewish National
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of the Jewish State"
Harold Shapiro
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15,
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Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
HOTEL HOPS:
Th "Three A's" at the Clarcmont Hotel stand for the Clare-
mont's very popular manager, Arthur A. Alexander He's
initiated Miami Beach's friendliest ideainviting guests to special
"friendship breakfasts" each morning where they can meet each
other and start off each vacation-day companionably First
Arrivals this week at David Rosner's Hotel Good are the J. A.
Besners of Montreal. They're the in-laws of international figure,
Harry Bronfman, leading spirit behind Seagram's Whiskey The
Bronfmans and Besners spent all last winter also with the Rosners ...
JOTTINGS:
Publisher Jack Halperin sends word he's not to be expected
here this season Delano official Maurice B. Broun flies to
Nassau soon for a weekend with Jimmy Carroll at the Fort Montagu
. You may not have known that Emily Bloch, wife of Max
(builder) Bloch is a former art-teacher from Pennsylvania. That
explains her hobbybeautiful handicraft "Mickey" Sonnett
returned this week from that buying-trip to Manhattan, for high-
style fashions Error in typesetting set the name of Mrs. Mitchell
Wolfson where Mrs. Sidney Meyer's ought to have been, in the
foursome-shot of mothers-daughters at the Westview Country Club.
on the Floridian Fashion Page last week.
CITATIONS:
It's always a welcome thing to see "rewards" being granted
and lately, one was public, one private. Public acknowledgment of
his magnificent efforts during the October 17 hurricane came to
Hotel New Yorker's Harry H. Cohen, over the WKAT Courtesy
Award radio show on Saturday evening. Miami Beach Chamber
of Commerce's Jack B. Ross created a stand-out script honoring
this month's winners. Cohen's citation was based on the testimonial
scroll signed by every guest in his New Yorker, commending him
... A personal letter bearing the same genuine sentiments of grati-
tude came to Sam Ginsburg of the Royal Palm Hotel. This, too, was
from the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen affectionately starting
off with "Dear 'Mr. G'." Incidentally, there's a slight alteration in
titles at the Royal Palm. Joseph M. Rose is now "owner." And
"Mr. G." gets double useas General Manager. (Rose news from
New York is rosySylvia is recovering well from that back-ailment.
Dii thermy seemed to be the ticket) .
MIAMI TOUR:
Thoughtfulness carries its own weightand the AEPhi tradi-
n is carrying now all over the country. The local chapter has
I out invitation.-- as usual to all alumnae, wherever they are, to
the gang here at luncheon if they're a-visitinfi this area during
ng slidays ... We hear the audience is still chuckling
te hilarious fashion-show staged by Jessie Gertman and Sara
tind, among others. It burlesqued the bigtime glamorusing
shop models with broken-down zippers, absentee buttons,
I stvies!
NOTING
^ Sara Gross, consultant case-worker at Family Service .
Helen Childs. A and P employee on Alton Road, previous winner
' 825 C urtesy Bond, whose customer service has precipitated a
: letters to th< organization's national headquarters, in re-
E] e to thai ad they're running asking for such "notable" letters
. Willie Oberman, whose one-man art show is on exhibit this
I Mi..mi Beach Ait Center Mrs. Joseph Duntov's con-
y faithful devut:. ti to the Mt. Sinai 'hospital's library .
Heibie Greenberg's pride in twohis daughter Dorothv. and his
( : '"is" hospitality Saul Radler, newest Greater Miami
ber t tl e Ami rican Institute of Accountants ... Sid Steiner.
first-time production of an important Buying Guide for the
Miami Bea h Apartment Association Larry Wilde, the new
Showman" comedian, who emcees a flock of men's'club "Y"
shin l:gs and New Year frolics with such zip'
I VISITORS: '
,n Director Eddie Laurence now with the Concord
- a Lake. N. Y.) used to hold the same post at
H :.il in Coral Gables Mrs. Ethel Lind has trans-
: l(': resld< Vei i Beach to Miami Beach Miamian
currently enjoying reunions with out-of-town cronies is
Nathan J. Anderson prev usly, Royal Palm Furniture) who was
enter oi an enthusiastic huddle with Brooklyn's Morris Dubler
I Aar n Sacks. In turn, the Ben B. Kazans of 22nd Terrace
. ng them ...
Sprightly events booked the young Joseph Fleishmans (E
Ui inge, N. J.) at a s.mcs of dinner-partiesbv Mrs. F's uncle
Sai Rosen and his sons Milton and Malcolm. "Malcolm's wife is
.''. s":. '"'/, father is head of Blue Ribbon Laundrv
M ,' V, C o"-,-/ Avtv; c'J';'l Gables. Joe Fleishman's first cousin is
Mr! Philip Berman. Royal Palm Ave.. who entertained the couple
' \ mmM ? family dinner. All the good eatin's are
lot Joehes recovering from pneumonia.
Somebody claims that somewhere. Chinese cuisine has been
. I kosher label Does anybody know? Maybe
- ii:e Moy. whose "Golden Dragon" restaurant
week on the Beach. Moy's menu presents exotics like
B'nai B'rith Council
Changes Name
B'nai B'rith lodges in South
Florida have officially adopted
the name of the "B'nai B'rith
Council of South Florida" to des-
cribe the administrative and ad-
visory unit formerly known as
the "B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami."
The announcement has been
made by Council Director Charles
R. Jacobson, following the con-
stitutional amendment passed un-
animously by the council at its
last meeting.
Growth and expansion of B'nai
B'rith in South Florida with
council service now extending be-
yond the Greater Miami area is
the reason given for the name
change. The South Florida Coun-
cil now includes ten B'nai B'rith
lodges located in the communities
of Miami, Miami Beach, North
Miami Beach. Coral Gables. Hia-
leah, Ft. Lauderdale and Holly-
wood.
The unit was founded three and
one-half years ago by Mayor
Harold Turk for the purposes of
unifying and co-ordinating the
service programs of B'nai B'rith
in South Florida.
Helen Mamber Heeomes Mrs. Sc
In Double-Ring Service
ymourl
In New York
I'Vi
Teen Agers To Dance
Beth David Teen Age Group
will hold its second dance on
Wednesday, December 27, at 8
p.m. at the synagogue.
The affair will be under the
leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Plotkin.
New York's Riverside Plaza
Hotel was the setting for the
double-ring service which united
in marriage Miss Helen Mamber
and Seymour Levin.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mamber, 1000
Meridian Ave. The bridegroom's
parents are the S. I. Levins of
Burlington, N. C.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a gown of
white satin and Chantilly lace
made with illusion neckline long
sleeves ending in a point over
the hand and full skirt extending
into a long train. Her fingertip
illusion veil fell from a satin
coronet embroidered with seed
pearls, and she carried a white
prayer book adorned with a white
orchid and stephanotis.
Miss Ruth Levin sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
The Misses Gloria Mamber, Edith
Stackel. Audrey Levine, all of
New York and cousins of the
bride, and Miss Paula Kammitz,
New York, were bridesmaids.
The maid of honor wore royal | r_,
blue velvet and carried talisman rw" 'wt0,'' N- &; and j(
roses," while the bridesmaids were j } Wllln:nSton. N.C.
dressed in identical burgundy I .Te DI'ide's mother wore perfj
gowns and carried pale pink shell I wl"k'e blue luce over Wue-sra
roses. J^f and ;,n "rchic> c<4
Mr. Levin was best man for his I The elder Mi3 Levin was attire
<*M ...
\ ,
Mrs. Seymour Let'm
bride; Bob Biller, Burlington-fcT
Hacker Baltimore, Md.; Sevnl
son
Lev
. Seating guests were Jack m 'ce-green French lace. A gree
rin, brother of the bridegroom; orphl cosa6e matched her gown
Milton Mamber, brother of the
Judaism Is Topic
Of Film Forum
Following a reception at tl
hotel, the newlyweds leftf0-tm
weeks in Bermuda. Upon the
return, they will reside m Greens.
boro, N. C.
A graduate of Miami Bead
Third of a series of film forums High School, the former Mia
will be held at the Miami Jewish Mamber was a 1950 cum hud
graduate of Woman's College
University of North Carolina i
Greensboro. She was editor-in
chief of the yearbook, one
B Loo Opp. Opp meaning "duck" in Chinese. Bufon"t~he "other
i Dem Sem of chopped fresh pork, usual mainstay in
-no. So how kosher can it get ?A11 dissertations welcome'
Richard Sernaker
Sernaker Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Richard
Sernaker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Sernaker, 2002 S.W. 12th
St., will take place Saturdav.
December 23, at 9 a.m. at Beth
David Synagogue.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
at Shenandoah Junior High
School and a Star Scout in Troop
89.
A reception will follow Die
ceremony. Relatives and friends
are invited.
Community Center on Tuesday,
December 19, at 8:30 p.m., accord-
ing to an announcement by Mrs.
Samuel Gertman, chairman.
Topic of the forum will be |eight outstanding sen:
"JudaismToday and Tomorrow" I member of Phi Beta Kappa,
and the film will present a record The bridegroom graduated to,
of some of the outstanding con-! Burlington High and the M
tributions made by Jews in j versity of N : liria. Chape
America from this country's''
earliest days. Rabbi Leon Kronish
will comment and lead discussion
on the film and deal with the
Hill, where he was a member o
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. H
served in the Pacific for tw
years with the navy and is nod
problems facing Jews in the; associated in business with
United States today. I father.
TEMPLE ISAIAH
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In a most convenient location
Better accommodations for increasing atti ndance
No. 1 Lincoln RoadTown & Beach Club Building
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RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN
and the Temple Congregation
Extend a Cordial Invitation
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RIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1950
Personally Speaking
+Je*istn>riciinn
(ablpK Lodgo To
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka, 2509 Swanson Ave cuum^ IKVUS^i Smokr
he birth of a son, Martin Jerome, on December 12 at's^Fr, .,.. mem,bersh,P smoker and
{^.Maternal grandparents are M, and Mri^ToS S&^'SSSS
* "" Tuesday evening. December
Habbi S. M. Machtei will fly to New York Fridm, t w Center ^A*1 GabIes Jewish
s. Machtei af the Commodore7 Hotel. tt^JSfSjitt SSt! ^,^0^^ by
veiling of a monument to the memory of the rabbi's mother I A ,*>* will be glven by vet-
s. Minnie Machtei, at Mount Hope Cemetery, Yonkers NY I eranLs chaan, Herbert Wefss
he Machteis will return in about one week. I ?n le w*ly parties sponsored
* !^'^ tuberculosis ward patients
The bris of Howard Dale Kantor, son of Mr and Mm M, .1! tkL HospitaL
Ur, ,724 Meridian Ave Miami Beach. i^= AfflBUBftr'tt
Lernoon. Simon Botwimck was sandek and Mr. and Mrs L bcrship campaign chan man
hoper were godparents. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated
* *
Beach Center PTA
u.*^SVw*K7 va.Ka,io"1 witu **; and Mrs- Alex Plans Card Party
^hen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr., is their daughter, Theresa, of New The PTA nf th vr
fork. Miss Cohen, formerly news editor of The Jewish FloridiaT
1 now on the reseerch staff of Time magazine
* *
Miss Bea Shapoff, a student at Wayne University Detroit
fcch., will arrive this weekend to spend the holidays with her
'-irents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road.
* uae me Mesdames Eve Brick
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Applebaum, 2220 S W ?7th Tor, J*erman Mechlowitz and Bernard
nnounce the birth of a daughter. Susan Joyce.' on December Z*^ ,
n at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The AppLbaums are SZ L*5S8L *& SUS^jS
M ^enls ol a son' Ala" Steven _fund. A11 h^^ ^J
*H ^ ^C
Recuperating at home after a stay in Mount Sinai Hospital
1 Mrs. Mollie Green of 1780 Marseilles Drive, Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berger. 2144 S.W. 22nd Terr an-' ^c^ ^ Members
mnce the birth of a son, Bruce David, at Mount Sinai Hosoital' ?, S Modek
December 1. Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs i rh^Tbers ShIa,rct1_ Chapter.
ember 8 by Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Sandek was Samuel, Penments" when the group meets
Tuesday. December 19. at the
home of Ruth David, 2370 S W
22nd Terr.
Plans for this meeting were
completed at a board meeting held
at the home of Roz Ersoff. At
that time the group also made
arrangements for its holiday social
to be held December 23.
"ami Beach
Jewish Center has completed
plans for a card party to be held
on Wednesday. December 20 at
p.m. in the dining room of the
center.
Mrs. Leonard Wolfe is chair-
man of the affair. Her aides in-
clude the Mesdames Eve Brick
to attend.
Tickets may be obtained by
calling the school office at 58-2503.
freenspan, the baby's great grandfather, and godparents were
t. and Mrs. Colman Pont.
* + *
Home after a nine-week vacation in Europe are Mr and
Irs. Mcrton Russack. 3300 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, and their
aughter, Nancy. Their itinerary included England, Belgium,
lolland, Switzerland, Italy and France.
-* -*
Joseph Perlin, a retired associate of the Daily Jewish For-
rrd in New York, is now residing at 503 S.W. 17th Ave. Mr.
|erlin is the father-in-law of Simon Seiden's son, Paul
* *
M. A. Emanuel. of the teaching staff of the Mannheimer
ool, Miami Beach, returned this week from a three months'
! to Israel.
* *
Miss Ruth Slotnick of Atlantic City is visiting her parents.
Ir. and Mrs. Sam Slotnick of Miami Beach. She is a guest at
le Hotel Good.
Leonard Stubins'
Make Home Here
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stubins
are living at 2164 S.W. 16th Terr,
after a wedding trip to Havana.
Kabbi Leon Kronish solemnized
their marriage on November 5
at the Shelborne Hotel.
The bride, the former Edith
Block, is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bock. 2164 S.W. 16th
Terr. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. David Stubins,
Baltimore, Md.
For the ceremony the bride
chose a ballerina length gown of
white net and Chantilly lace
featuring a fitted bodice, off-the-
snoulder neckline with winged
collar and long tapering sleeves.
A crown secured her shoulder
length illusion veil, and she
carried a bible showered with
white orchids.
Miss Edythe Krantzow was
maid of honor in a ballerina
length royal blue Swiss net with
matching stole. She carried a co-
lonial bouquet. Mrs. Irwin J.
Block, the bride's sister-in-law,
kept the guest book.
Ronald Stubins was his brother's
best man.
The bride's mother was attired
in a gown of powder blue lace,
while the bridegroom's mother
selected a cocoa beaded gown.
Both wore orchids.
A reception and dinner in the
hotel followed the ceremony.
The former Miss Block grad-
uated from Miami Senior High
School and attended the Universi-
ties of Miami and Florida. Her
husband attended the Universities
of Baltimore and Maryland and
graduated from the University of
Miami.
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Mrs. Leonard Stubins
Dov Chapter Linen Fete
Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold its annual linen
shower and card party for the
benefit of the Children's Village
1 in Camp Rannana. Israel, on Wed-
I nesday. December 20, at 1 p.m. at
Beth El. Admission will be linen
or the price of linen.
Beach Golden Agers
Plan Mock Marriage
The Beach Y Golden Age
Friendship Club will present a
mock marriage on Sunday. De-
cember 17, at the Y from 1 to 5
p.m.
As an extra added attraction, a
wedding banquet will be held
after the ceremony. The 34 people
in the cast of the make believe
marriage have been working for
the past several weeks to present
an authentic performance.
Tickets may be obtained
through club members or at the
door.
Workshop Will Present
Life Of George Carver
Radio Workshop for Democracy
will present "The Story of George
Washington Carver" on Sunday,
December 17, at 7:45 p.m. over
station WMIE.
Local actors to appear in the
production include Robert Baron
as narrator. Bob Brenner. Irving
Fi iedman, Lowell Thing. Sonny
Stillerman, Barbara Hutner. Betsy
Banks, Vic Knobluch and Bill
Grefe.
Mrs. Gertrude Marx is director
of the program, with Sam Kessler
at the organ.
THE CHOCOLATE SHOPPE, INC.
on 41st Street, Miami Beach
Fine Candies
Wishes to announce our opening
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Many Others
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449 41st Street Miami Beach
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Management Phone
Lee Browd 58-3960
Evelyn Oppenheirr.er We Deliver
5 Women Plan Luncheon
Beth David Sisterhood mem-
1 bership committee is making
I plans for a member-bring-a-
member luncheon and games
party to be held Januarv 30 at
! 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry "Laufer,
! membership chairman, will be in
! charge of the affair. The group
j recently met at the home of Mrs.
, Lawrence Simkin to outline pre-
liminary plans.
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will launch his Friday evening
forums for the season on Decem-
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at the opening forum will be
Rabbi Irwin Gordon, national di-
rector of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations, whose sub
jeel will be "Trends in Traditional
Judaism." Cantor Jacob E Tambor
will chant the service and Mr.
and Mrs. Max Rappaport will be
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat to
follow.
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FRIDAY, DECEMRPD ,,
Pereo To Sing
Horo January 21
Jan Peerce, noted Metropolitan
Opera tenor, will appear in a
concert at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium on Janu-
ary 21, under the auspices of the
North Shore Jewish Center.
The tenor launched his twelfth
nationwide tour in October upon
his return from England, where
he made his European debut in
London. He arrived in the British
capital after a tour of Israel.
In addition. Peerce's summer
.-schedule included a combined va-
cation and concert tour of South
America where he made his bow
at the Teatro Colon in Bogota.
Peerce limited his Latin Ameri-
can engagements to four concerts,
despite the numerous offers which
poured in after his debut. Cur-
rent plans call for an extended
visit next season.
The tenor also made his annual
appearances at Philadelphia's
Robin Hood Dell and New York's
Lewisohn Stadium. In between,
he flew to Hollywood where he
worked on the sound sets of
World Artists, in an all-star con-
cert film to be released by
Twentieth Century Fox.
Tickets are available at 1905
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, and
:. s< rvations may be made by call-
ing 58-3473.
Beth Jacob To Hear
Education Leader
iuel Gordon, field director
. educational consultant for the
Mizrachi Educatioi l C immittee,
will speak on "Problems in Jew-
ish Education" at the late Friday
ervici to be held at the
b Synagogue on Dc-
embi 15 at 8:30 p.m.
G don, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Buffalo and the Yeshiva
Univi rsity Graduate School, re-
ly 'eturned from a visit to
[srai I, vhere he made a thorough
the Is:.i' li school system.
The..... is here to
a survey of the traditional
religious schools in the area and
i.-.: I hi i port at a meeting
of '-he Beth Jacob Board of Ed-
tion nn Thursday. December
11. at 6 p.m.
NORMA KAYE
Teacher of
DICTION PHONETICS
Speech Impediment Correction
Call 58-4822 Evenings
Write: 830 3rd St.. M.B.
Center Basketball
Season To Open
Sunday Evening
With an opening scrimmage
win over the Northwest YMCA.
72-60. and a clinic under the
i. med Bunny Levitt, holder of the
world's foul shooting record
under their belt, the Miami Jew-
ish Community Center junior
varsity and varsity basketball
teams are primed for their open-
ing exhibition games with the
Miami Beach Y on Sunday. De-
cember 17. at 7 p.m. at the Miami
Jewish Community Center.
The center faces its opening
battle with a roster of veteran
ball players, led by 37-year-old
Dave Davis, who is entering his
fifteenth year of competition with
the home team.
Also included in the Miami
Jewish Community Center lineup
are Bernard Wexler. who starred
at DePaw University in 1941 and
1942; Leo Marks, a St. Johns
University freshman player in
1941 and a member of the Miami
Jewish Community Center team
for the past two years; Goody
Sculky and Eph Cohen, who have
also represented the center the
past two years; Ben Grossberg.
who also "toured the New York
Catskill Mountain "borscht cir-
cuit." Sy Baum, a university
student, will add the needed youth
and spark to the club.
An evening of dancing follows
the games at 9 p.m.
Fried Joins
Law Firm
The law offices of Berick and
Shapiro announce the association
with their firm of Samuel W.
Fried.
Fried attended New York Uni-
versity and St. John's University
and began to practice law in
1931. He was also admitted to
practice before the Interstate
Commerce Commission. In New
Judge Silver Heads
B'nai B'rith Council
Judge Sam I. Silver of West
Miami has been named president
ii the B'nai B'rith Council, it has
been announced by Charles R.
Jai obson, executive director.
Other officers include A. J.
Kaplan. Alvin Corneblum and
Jack Gold, vice presidents; Dr.
U ti r Cordon, recording secre-
tary; Marvin Rauzin, financial
secretary; Albert J. Beer, treas-
urer.
The council voted an increase]
in funds to the 1951 budget of the
B'nai B'rith Youth office headed 1
Beach Zionists
Present Volumes
To University
The first two volumes of the
Hebrew Encyclopaedia were re- i
cently presented by the Miami
Beach Zionist District to Uni-
versity of Miami, according to I
Alex Van Straaten, president.
Given as a Chanuka gift in ob-
servance of Jewish Book Month,
the volumes. Van Straaten point-
ed out. are a token of a Hebrew
library of more than 100 books
to be formally presented to the
university in January. Hebrew
newspapers will also be included
in the gift.
The library is a project of the
group's education committee, of
which Sydney J. Greenberg, pro-
fessor of Hebrew at the university,
is chairman.
In the absence of Dr. Bowman
Ashe, university president, Mal-
colm Ross, university editor, ac-
cepted the gift.
Opera Unit Formed
Organization of a Miami iu a
Jvisorv committee for th'^
'fng f musjc g
- -waders, was an*
this week. S annunced
advisory committee for'tES?*
Guild, consisting of mugJN
bv Selma Lewis.
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Zionist Board To Meet
The board of directors of the
Miami Beach Zionist District will
meet Monday, December 18. at
8:15 p.m. in the card room of the
Vanderbilt Hotel, according to an
announcement by Alex Van
Straaten. president.
A full report on decisions of the
recent Southeastern Conference
will be rendered by Seymour B.
Liebman, conference chairman.
Louis A. Falk. ZOA national vice
president and chairman of Israel
projects, will be on hand.
Samuel W. Fried
York City he was a member of
the firm of Lilienfeld, Shepard &
Fried.
During World War II. Fried
enlisted June, 1942. in the Coast
Guard, serving three years two
of which were with the intelli-
gence unit. After his discharge,
he was associated with the Re-
construction Finance Corporation,
and then with the War Assets
Administration. He has spent the
last four years in Miami Beach
and was formerly one of the own-
ers of the Miami Beach Marine
Basin.
He is a member of the Ameri-
can Legion. Post 1. Washington,
D. C, Jewish War Veterans of
New York and the Power Squad-
ron in New York.
Golden Agers Will Hear
Social Security Oificial
The Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will have as guest
speaker Kenneth F. Valentine, as-
sistant field officer of the Miami
Social Security Bureau, on Sun-
day, December 17, at 2 p.m. His
subject will be "The New Social
Security Laws and How They
Affect Our Elder Citizens."
Dessert Card Party
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will
hold a dessert card party on Wed-
nesday, December 20, at 1 p.m.
in the Melvin Cohen Hall. 4250
Flagler St.
Mah jong. canasta, bridge and
other games have been planned by
Mrs. Harold Cohen, chairman.
and civic leaders, as UaSllov
this week. S announci
August Geiger was ,
chairman of the group at T^
liminary meeting. jUdcP k
Oka is co-chuirn,";geaSni
Robinson organizational CKau
man. lnaff-
The unit is meeting this M
to plan a program designed?
support the guild in its pre,?
lion of two operas this season
'Elixir of Love" is scheduled
for January 13 and 15, and t,r
men for February 24 and 21
Alumnae To Meet
rFh\ Sig-a SlKma Alumnurf
Greater Miami will hold tto
monthly meeting at the homerf
Mrs. Robert Rosen, 3201 SW
18th St., on Monday, Decent
18, at 8:30 p.m. ""*
Plans for the purchase of i
movie projector for the Cerebrd
Palsy Association will be dis.
cussed.
M'SS ?Ut.h .R8e's- President
will conduct the meeting.
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jflDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1950
|(H h El Women
To Hold Party
a playlet, movie, dessert supper
j ^ard games will be features
of the party to be given by the
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
ri on Sunday, December 17, at
o oni. at the Dora August
LJEorial Hall of the Beth El
Center, according to Mrs. Jack
president.
The playlet, -Sarah Finally Says
wgj" is written by Mrs. Jacob
. Participants will be the
:1, s William Swimmer,
jacj{ Rutkin, Sidney Palmer and
J
irmen of the event are Mrs.
and Mrs. Swimmer.
"Birthday Gift" Will Be
Aired Sunday Afternoon
"Birthday Gift." starring Hugh
[Marlowe, noted Hollywood actor,
is the latest program in the radio
series Stories to Remember, to
be hoard Sunday, December 17,
at 3:3 Pm- over racio Station
[ WKAT.
The radio play, adapted from a
I story by B. J. Chute, was directed
by Earle McGill and produced by
[the Institute for Democratic Ed-
lucation.
The program is presented in
[Greater Miami through Tropical
Lodge, B'nai B'rith and the Flor-
|ida Regional Office, Anti-De-
[famation League of B'nai B'rith.
^J^Istrh)ridHain
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MioSoiii Women To
The Dramatic Academy will
present the Professional Players
in a radio adaptation of "Anna- j
belle Lee" at the next meeting of
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom on Wednesday, December
20, at 1:30 p.m., in the temple
banquet hall, according to an an
See Play
nouncement by Mrs. Alexander
Robbins. president.
Dessert luncheon will be served
at 1:30 and the play will follow.
In the cast are Bob Brenner,
Mrs. Nat Hankoff, Miss Carol
Washer and Eugene Yulisli.
7iuo 8 6 Southeastern regional conference of the
Zionist Organization of America held in Miami Beach December
KrnnthT (,JyidU?9'L t0ur-> Dr" Sidne* Mar>. New York; Me"
Kronsberg. Miami Beach; Seymour B. Liebman. Miami Beach
conference chairman; Bob Persky. Augusta. Ga.; (seated. 1. to r
L "n' ?araso'a: Ben R- Wlniek. KnoxviUe. Tenn.. South'
eastern Regional president. Abe Redelheim. New York: Alex Van
Straaten. president of the Miami Beach District.
Bisfvaiw Rolling
| To New Record
The Biscayne Kennel Club is
Irolling along to new records this
(season as the meeting heads into
Ithe home stretch for the windup
I December 23. Thus far attendance | Hal
Temple Israel Women
To Fete Collegiates
Sons and daughters of Temple
Israel members, now attending
colleges and universities through-
out the country, will be guests of
the temple sisterhood at the 1950
homecoming dance on Wednesday,
December 27, at 9 p.m., Kaplan
land mutuel play has topped last
I year's figures considerably.
Comptroller Frank Burghart
released figures covering the first
121 days of the meeting wherein
lit \.s shown that during that
Iperiod $191,385.55 was turned
[over to the state as Biscayne's
[tax assessment. This sum boils
[down to better than $9,000 per
Hay-
Further evidence of the popu-
larity .if the new grading system
[inaugurated at Biscayne this year
I is proved by the number of top
choices hitting the payoff station.
During 210 races 72 favorities
kon for a better than 34 per-
centage.
Mrs. F. H. Kauders and Mrs. E.
Max Goldstein are in charge of
this annual project, which will
feature a well known band and a
varied entertainment program.
Council Blood Donors
To Meet At Mt. Sinai
Volunteer blood donors from
the Miami Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women will
meet on Saturday, December 16,
at 9:30 a.m. at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, according to Mrs. Aaron
Farr, president.
Interested members are asked
to call the hospital at 58-8421 or
1 Mrs. Randolph Shevach at 5-7461.
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The Showcase of Good Food
^ GOVERNOR
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1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual j
leader of Temple Isaiah, has an- j
nounced that the temple's new
headquarters will be the Mansion
House at the Town and Beach
Club. 1 Lincoln Road. First
Sabbath services will be held on
December 15 at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Mann's topic will be "The World
Crisis Today." Temple Isaiah is
making plans to construct its own
house of worship on 20th Street
and Alton Road.
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh 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 2 ." 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 Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. S. Lobel. Treas.
YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD
AND CLOTHING-DON'T LET THEM DOWN!
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FOR FAMILY
PARCELS CAN WEIGH
UP TO 70 LBS.
FOOD NET WEIGHT. 55 LBS.
This price in-
cludes all taxes
and duties.
Your Relative
pays nothing
in Israel.
No Extras
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND
FOR A FAMILY
13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8
lb*. 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;
1 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs.
Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea;
2 lbs Spices.
SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF!
CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL!
FOR FAST DELIVERY
BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES
FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS
Family Kosher Food Parcels
PARCEL 17 |<) lb.............$11.75
4 lb Meat
6 cans Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Butter
I lb. Oil
M lb. Egg
PARCEL 19 35 lb.............$18.75
1 can Sardines
4 ox. Tea
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
2 pkg. Noodle Soup
2 lb. S .gar
Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 16 25 lb.............$12.75
6 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Margarine
2 lb. Veg Fat
2 lb. Rice
2 lb. Split Peas
2 lb. Sugar
1 lb. Prunes
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Oil
2 cans Salmon
2 can Sardines
10 Lollypops
4 oz. Tea
16 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mix
'/4 lb. Egg Powder
3 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Oil
2 lb. Sugar
2 lb. Lima Beans
2 lb. Barley
Vi lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 18 15 lb.............$12.50
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Dried Fruit
1 can Salmon
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle Soup
6 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheese
Send your check or money order or
come in person for your certificate.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER

Rabbi tiiordoii
To Visit Here
Rabbi Irwin Gordon, national
director of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
will be in Miami on Friday and
Saturday. December 15 and 16.
The rabbi is now visiting the
major Jewish communities in the
Southeast on behalf .if the South-
. tern Synagogue Conference,
regional Orthi idox body,
A native of Putnam. Conn., the
Rabbi Irwin Gordon
union director was graduated
from Yeshiva College in 1943 and
received his Semicha from the
Rabbinical School of the Yeshive
in 1945.
After graduation he was ap-
pointed director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Saskatchewan, Canada. In 1947
he was transferred to Wayne Un-
. rsity in Detroit. The following
year he was named director of
the Yeshiva University Communi-
ty Program Office, serving the 450
nical graduates of the Y< s-
hiva occupying pulpits through-
the United States and Canada,
Ral bi Gordon will speak at the
evening forum at
Conj :. Bl th El at 8:30 p.m.
will be honoi
at eption Satui lay at 8:30 p.m.
at t Sidney H, Palmer,
I -.'. ; Congregation Beth
E 304] S.W, 2nd Ave,
An :.- thi gui sts will be Rabbis
Meschelofl J >s< ph E.
R ki vsky, Sim m April, Isaac H.
Ever. Mu nd I
wivi Als i invite i are David
Pioneer Women Will
Hold Oneg Shabbat
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach will sponsor an
Oneg Shabbat on Saturday, De-
cember lfi. at the home of Mrs.
Rebecca Schwartz, 460 15th St.,
Miami Beach, according to Mrs.
I Henry Seitlin. president.
The group sponsored a Chanuka
party on Sunday in conjunction
I with the Biilik Branch i fie
'.i National Workers Alli-
ance. Henry Seitlin served as
i stmaster and A. Dorff, 11.
Chernowitz and Mr. Ost i ap-
, 1 on the program. Sam
C tli and Mr, PiS as ted w Ith
arrangements.
Seitlin has issued her per-
lonal thanks to all individuals
who ass.sted with the affair.
Hotel Thain Is
Formed At lloa*li
Formation of a hotel chain
c. mposed of hotels within the city
limits of Miami Beach has been
announced by A. Birenbaum. The
new organization, known as the
Seaboard Hote! Operation Cor-
poration, is the largest hotel chain
in the state, lie said.
The group, to be called "Carib-
bean Managed Hotels." includes
the Caribbean, the Shoremede. the
Scott-Bryan. Tradewinds. El
Morocco, Ocean Grande and Day-
tona Hotel.
The chain's facilities run the
gamut from de luxe hotel rooms,
suits and villas to budget-priced
apartments and rooms.
Members of the chain will pool
their purchasing and rotate their
entertainment programs.
Beach Y "Fun Night"
A gala "Fun Night Program"
will be presented at the Miami
Beach Y on Saturdav, December
16. at 8:30 p.m.
Taking its cue from the Broad-
way stage success. "Hellzapoppin,"
the planning committee warns
gui Sts to be prepared for any-
thing and everything.
U-M 1st In Nation To
Add Human Relations
Graduate Program
A new graduate program in
human relations announced by
: the University of Miami makes
the local school the first in the
country to offer both graduate
and undergraduate studies in this
field.
The new program will be of-
fered cooperatively with the uni-
\i sity's school of education, ac-
cording I i M A F, Ritchie, chair-
man of the human relations de-
ment,
Students taking the program;
must fulfill all the basic require- i
ments for a master of education.
ree. Three new graduate;
courses will be included in the
program. One of these is designed
I tei chi schi k il administra-
tors, supervisi rs, guidance coun-
selors and community leaders.
The university was also the
first in the nation to inaugurate
| an integrated course for under-
graduates when a chair of human
| relations was established in 1947
by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brons-
ten of Miami Beach.
Whitman, president of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob: Hyman Zaid-
man, president of Beth Tfilah;
William Weintraub, president of
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
.. egation; AbraMam Werman.
lent of Kneseth Israel, and
their wives,
Michel Rosenberg
To Open At Plaza
The Plaza Theatre will re-open
on Friday December 22. with
what Paul (Pesachke) Burstein,
singing director of the South
; Beach showplace, describes as
i "the laughtingest revue ever
presented."
Star of the opening stage bill
iwill be Michel Rosenberg, popular
I Yiddish comedian whose baseball
and football routines are classic.
Also to be featured in the show
are Lilian Lux who will present
"Songs Her People Love to Hear"
and Burstein himself who will
offer a new routine of his inimit-
able singing and dancing. The
music will be supplied by Sam
Spielman.
Hibiscus Lodge Meeting
Time, Place Changed
Announcement has been made
that Hibiscus Lodge 275 F & A M
will meet in its own Masonic
Temple at 955 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, Meetings, which are held
each Tuesday, will begin at 7:30
instead of the usual 8 p.m.______
Women who worked on the thrift shop fashion show brunch given recently by the National
Council of Jewish Women at the Delano Hotel a e (seated. 1. to r.) Mrs. Irving Kobley and Mrs.
Alfred Sandier, thrift shop chairman: (standing, same order) Mrs. Neal Kars, Mrs. Ben Margolis. Mrs.
Arthur Tiiester. Mrs. Joseph Williamson, chairman of the brunch, and Mrs. N. L. Williams, who
wrote lhe script for the program..
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Seymour Satin (second from right), Ar,ii-Deiama
League chairman, Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith W I
presents democracy bookmarks to Miss Bertha Aldrich, libra'1'I
Miami Beach Public Library. Also shown are (extreme left) Gita1
J. Balkin. director, Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation Leaff
of B'nai B'rith, and (extreme right) Mrs. G. E. Snavely, chairmm
of the library board. The democracy bookmarks emp'hasiie li
theme of unity among all American groups and bear the insc-o!
tion: "Books for All Readers of Every Race and Religion A
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LypAY, DECEMBER 15, 1950
sraolitc Center To Install Officers
it Dinner Ceremonies .Sunday
Irving Sperling will be installed
^J^istifhridiari
ltD1esidcnt of the Israelite Cen-
r at 8 dinner to be held Sunday,
tLnibei 17, at 6 p.m. at the
r building. 3198 S.W. 2,4th
Sperling. who has served as vice
[.resident of the organization since
#. vv.,s formed three years ago,
las active in political and roli-
Ciou-i circles in Yonkers, N. Y.,
I s former home. He was leader
tin' Samuel J. Tilden Demo-
Iratic Club lor 14 consecutive
{ears ami thereafter honorary
[resident. He was founder of the
knirit "I Israel and served as its
bfesident for 10 years. He also
leaded Hie Ulster Heights As-
_iation for three and a half
tears. He is now a member of the
oard of directors of the Coral
fables Zionist District.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
principal speaker at the banquet.
llso scheduled to speak are Mi-
kmi Commissioner Louie Bandel
End Norman R. Lyons. Toast-
jiaster will be Martin Finkelstein.
Others to be recognized at the
Ijtes are H. B. Gross, honorary
president: David Granat first vice
[resident: Charles Fidelman,
jecond vice president; Sam Sand-
ier, third vice president; Mrs.
Ijrry Baron, recording secretary;
Klbert We in berg, financial secre-
arv: Morns Goldberg, treas-
urer: Mrs, Abraham Dechovitz
End Barney Weidenfeld, correp-
onding Secretaries; Bernard
Bauer and Morris Aron, ser-
jeants-at-arms.
Trustees include Harry Baron,
kathan Shenkin and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sugarman.
Members of the board are
Jacob Brown. Sam Ezrol, Jack
Finkelstein. Mrs. Ben Katz, Mrs.
lam Sandier. Mrs. Meyer Simon
Inri Frank S. Sulkin.
Also ti. be installed at the af-
fair are the officers of the Dora
ftein Sisterhood of the center.
hey include Mrs. Jack Schwartz,
president: Mrs. Nathan Shenkin,
first vice president; Mrs. Meyer
Simons, second vice president;
Irs. Max Lefkowitz, financial
cretary; Mrs. S. L. Cohen,
cording secretary; Mrs. A.
chovitz. treasurer; and Mrs.
elen Stock, corresponding sec-
tary.
Former Miamian Dies
Word has been received of the
death of Irving Eastman, former
awiien!t0,*thiS2rea' wh0 Pass*d
.,' ;' the Memorial Cancer
Hospital in New York
Eastman, an artist and decora-
'" vas responsible for the to-
ol Sui : Mlami's most
"Sinful homes, as well as res-
tuarants and night clubs. He
formerly resided at 4213 Sheridan
Ave. and operated a gift and
decoratJn
Dessert-Coffee
H^':m" Beach Unit of Junior
Hadassah has slated a dessert-
coffee fqr Thursday, December
i% at 8 p.m. at Junior's Res-
taurant. Miami Beach.
Miss Janice Goldiner. who re-
cently returned from the Junior
Hadassah national convention at
Atlantic City, is scheduled to re-
port.
LEGAL NOTICE
Irving Sperling
The dinner committee is headed
by Charles Fidelman and reserva-
tions may be made by calling
48-7325.
AUGUST BROS RVf
13 the QhSTf 2__
North .Shore Unit
Elects Pazol
Melvin Pazol was re-elected
president of the North Shore
Jewish Center at a meeting on
Sunday morning.
Officers elected to serve with
him include Harry Fein, first vice
president: Leo Steinman. second
vice president; Sam Jaffee. third
vice president; Abe Weintraub.
fourth vice president; Jacob May-
bloom, fifth vice president; Les-
ter Lasky, recording secretary;
Carl Markowitz, corresponding
secretary; Jack Pritt, treasurer;
Philip Pritzert, financial secre-
tary; Harry Tessler, sexton.
Board of trustees includes A.
Abberback, M. Altman, G. Barg.
B. Bass, F. Briskman. J. Croner,
M. Dollinger, Dr. V. Dorf, M.
Eisenstein, R. Eckstein, S. Feld-
man. L. Fishman, M. Fenster, A.
Goldman, F. Goldman, I. Gold-
man, W. Gladstone, M. Goldberg.
Dr. D. Hendel, D. Harrison, J.
Klinger, M. Kaddish, M. Korson,
N. J. Kaplan, P. Liebman, A.
Mechlowitz, I. Meyerson, S.
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To All Creditors and All Persona 11.1v-
Estat '"' l'""'""l> Asainsi Said
v..ii. and ea< h of you, are hereby
notified and required to present am
claims and demands wi,lc, ,,,. .
either of you, may have against the
estate of SIMON BERGER, deceased
'"'" ",',. ''-I'1" '".....": Florida, t., the
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of Dade County, and file the same
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SIMi IN BKRO.KIt, Deceased.
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12/15-22-29 1 5
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fill! DADE Ct)UNTY FLORDA
IN CHANCERY, No. I372S2
ELLEN SMITH i ITIIKKKr and
MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE.
Plaintiffs, vs. B. K PACKER and
----------- PACKER, "his wife, et al.,
I lefendants,
TO: i: K. PACKER and
PACKER, bis wife, if he be married,
if alive, and If dead;
And all persons having or claiming
an Interest In the Following described
lands, as heirs, devisees, legatees,
creditors, grantees or claimants
claiming under B. K, PACKER and
----------- PACK Kit his wife, if he be
married, or otherwise, to^wlt:
Lots 10, 11, and 12, in Block 20,
ELIZABETH PARK, according to
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Booh 4 at Page 195, of the Public
Records of Dade County Florida.
You, and each f you, are notified
that a suit has bean brought against
you by ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT
and MARS CUTHBERT SCHADE, and
you are hereb> required in file with
the Clerk of the above named Court.
at Miami. Florida, your writ ten ap-
Bgarsnoas and defenses, If*y and
servo a copy of your written defense,
ii any, on plaintiffs' attorney, on or
before the 12 day of January, 1951,
in default Confesso may be entered against you.
DATED: I.....embei 12.
K. B LEATHERMAN,
Clei-k of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By VVM VV. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
I BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiffs
823 Seybold Kids..
Miami. Florida
12 15-22-29 l 3
NOTICE OF INTENTION! TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 2J027.
RE: ESTATE I IF
MAURICE DICKLER,
11.1 eased.
\i ithi: i- hereb; given thai I have
riled my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of MAURICE DICKLER. de-
ceased: and that "ii the l1- day of
January, 1951 will apply-to the Honoi -
, i,i,. w. B. Blanton. County Judge
,,t Dade County, Florida, for approval
i final repoi t and for final dls-
i liar-e as Executrix of the Estate of
MAURICE DICKLER deceased.
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SEC. B
roiiver Twist" To Be Shown In America "ivk Named
)e
spite Protests From Jewish Groups
vFW YORK Eton's lending motion picture
I ,:.> dofitantly an-
f nc f this week that despite
Kail of the Breen Office
plear the showing of the al-
Cpdlv anti-Semitic "Oliver
Kta?' in lne United States- the
Arthur Hank production would
Lain a nation-wide run starting
*X,X;,; on January 19.
Oliver Twist" showing
-gc-scale bloody riots in
The
bused
Twist" was onti-9emitic.
"Certainly we expect to release
in New York City and other major
communities throughout the na-
tion," the agency said in response
to a question by the American
Jewish Press.
Member organizations of the
National Community Relations
Advisory Council, it was learned,
have already discussed the pros-
pects of the release of "Oliver
Tiany last year and was forced Twist" in the United States, but
angry Jews staged
marches before
guards
Id close
urge protest
ieatres. Aimed police
tbdued the protestants with clubs
ln(l tear gas. Hoses were used on
Ce demonstrators by German
tlicemen.
a spokesman, contacted by the
American Jewish Press said there
was-"no comment" at this time.
The NCRAC is comprised of the
nation's leading Jewish organiza-
tions, including the American
Jewish Committee. B'nai B'rith's
I Anti-Defamation League, the
Si'^nLencatwoyea^agt L^or Committee, the
k^'n ,lhu wm reDortPdlv Jewish War Veterans, the Amer-
Rank, its producer. But Eagle-
' n Cl Hies, a releasing agency.
lold i'1'' American Jewish Press
hat approval for the showing in
Jmerica had been forthcoming
from Rank. They said the film
fcad already been shown in Eng-
land and Canada.
The Breen Office, a voluntary
blearing agency composed of mo-
tion picture producers, rejected
foe application of "Oliver Twist"
lor exhibition here. In refusing
ihe picture approval, the Breen
group ("ted its code which bars
films reflecting upon any religious
jroup. The role of the vicious
villain Fagin, in the Dickens
(novel, was written to depict a
lew.
Observers here pointed out that
(the disapproval of the "Oliver
Twist" showing here by Eagle-
Lion Classics would virtually
juiock the props from under the
box office receipts. Movie houses
showing the rejected film face
possible boycott of other films
produced by the major studios,
piembeis of the Breen group.
But despite the lack of apporv-
Isl. spokesmen for Eagle- Lion said
rthe situation has not changed.
IWe plan to release 'Oliver Twist'
las planned." They added, however
that the release plans were sub-
ject ti) approval "from upstairs."
[Whether top officials of the com-
Ipany would reverse their original
|stand remained a mystery.
Spokesmen for the company
|said Ihey did not believe "Oliver
Samuel A. Rivkind. current
president of the Miami Beach
Hotel Association and a prominent
figure in civic affairs, has been
named to the national council of
the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA).
it has been announced by JDA
Council Chairman Sidney S.
Mover, of Youngstown, Ohio.
Rivkind. treasurer and general
manager of the Raleigh Hotel, is
a member of the Miami Beach
Planning Board, former chairman
of the Miami Beach Public Rela-
tions Advisory Board, a trustee
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, past president of the Business
Men's Council of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and former
vice president of the Miami Beach
YM & YWHA. In addition, he is
honorary president of the*Greater
Boston Club of Dade County, a
charter member of both the Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge and
the Jewish War Veterans Post.
JWV Post To Seat
Willard Bonder
Willard H. Bender will be in-
stalled as commander of the West
Miami Post 223 of the Jewish
War Veterans on Sunday, De-
cember 17, at 8 p.m. at the West
Miami Jewish Center.
Others to be seated at the rites
are David Dresner, senior vice
commander; Arnold W. Brass,
junior vice commander; Nathan
Ziegler, adjutant; Abraham Isgar,
quartermaster; and Leonard
Kalish. judge advocate.
Civic officials and officers from
other veterans units will be on
hand for the event.
Beach Y To Present
Concert Tuesday
The music committee of the Mi-
ami Beach Y will present a con-
cert on Tuesday, December 19, at
8:15 p.m. at the Y building.
To be featured in a program of
solos and ensembles are Bert
Long, contralto; Evelyn Samuels,
soprano: Dr. Paul Beck, tenor;
Ethel Kissel, violinist: Miami
Rosenberg, dancer; Leon Schiff,
bass.
Tickets are available at the
Beach Y.
Tropical Lodge To
Hold Dance Dec. 16
Final plans are set for the
"Community Service Ball." i i
fund-raising function of Tropical
Lodge. B'nai B'rith, to be held
Saturday, December 16. in the
auditorium of the Miami Women's
Club. 17th St. and North Bay-
shore Drive.
The affair will feature the
music of Mark Marks' Orchestra
| and a program of entertainment.
| Chairman Lewis Sternshein and
| Howard Levine. in charu
ticket sales, have announced that
j a capacity turnout is expected
from the University of Miami
| where Marks' Orchestra has been
! a long time favorite.
Proceeds "will go towards the
veteran's service program at
Pratt General Hospital and the
support of the B'nai B'rith Youth
offices here.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Dr. Lester
Gordon, A. Budd Cutler, Ernest
I Harris Max Braslawsky. Bert
Belenke. Irwin Goldhoffe and
Bernard Mandler. Chairman of
publicity is Alvin Budner and he
will be assisted by Seymour
Brenner.
Tickets may be secured from
the B'nai B'rith Council offices
or at the door.
Guiness Portrays
iDisraeli In "Mudlark"
Benjamin Disraeli, one of the
I great Jews of history who has
Ibeen portrayed numerous times
Ion stage and screen, comes to life
Ionce more in "The Mudark,"
which will be given a benefit
world premiere at the opening of
the Carib Theatre, 230 Lincoln
| Road, on Friday evening, Dec. 22.
. Tne movie, which is based on
the best-selling book of the same
name, affords Alec Guiness, out-
standing English stage and screen
s'ar. one of his greatest roles as
iIformor British prime minister.
Advance reports reveal that
Buness' portrayal of the brilliant
and imaginative statesman is the
| "nest performed to date.
Disraeli's achievements stand
out in the annals of the growth of
the British Empire.
His grandfather, Benjamin Is-
rael>. was an Italian Jew who
JiiRrated to England in 1748 and
oecamo a tradesman under the
name of D'Israeli.
11 ^ first appearance in Parlia-
ment :n 1837 was far from a suc-
cess, but in the ensuing yearn.
"Israeli rose rapidly to eminence.
me zenith of Disraeli's political
rd"'' was reached when he was
Pr>me minister from 1874-80. His
I pernment then was responsible
w the enactment of some leg-
siation in the interests of social
ni- And it is during this
Period that the story of the "Mud-
WK takes nlaro
All
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inl which marks the open-
Th. Wometco's new Carib
"eatro will be donated to the
JJWjon Runyon Cancer Fund,
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Working on plans for an intensire membershio drire to be conducted by the Miami Beach Jewish
Center are (seated. 1. to r.) Sol Goldman. Joseph Rubin, Samuel J. Halperin. chairman of this year's
campaign. Morris Kriegel. Paul Eisman. Morris Frisdland; (standing, same order) Oscar Mamber. Jack
Roland. Al Osheroff. Sigmund Schermer. Milton Weinman. Sam Nudelman and Ben Zion Ginsburg.
Others on the membership committee include So) Goldslrom. Sam Lipton. Jack Mintxer, Harry
Sirkin. George Talianoff. Samuel Tritt. Frank Gordon, Wolfie Cohen and Al Zablo. Goal is to increase
center membership to 1000 families.
Lenore Bergida To Wed New Yorker,
Ceremony Scheduled For December 17
Thi ment and forthcom-
ing marriage of Miss Lenore
Bergida to Jerry Altholz of L.in^
Island, N. V. have been an-
nounced by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs Andrew X Bergida, 3280
S.W. 2nd Si. The wedding will
take place on December 17 in the
home of the bride's parents.
A ( a pioneer Miami
Beach family, the br:de-elect
graduated from Miami Beach
High School and attended the
University of Miami and Florida
State University, where she was
a member of Alpha Lambda
Delta, scholastic honorary. She I
a member of Colman Zwitman
Chapter ot B'nai.B'nth Young
W men and former secretary and
-:ant to Dr. Harold Rand.
Her fiance attended New York
schools and served with the armed
forces in the European Theatre
for two and a half years. He is
associated with his father, Mi-
chael Altholz. in the knitted tex-
tile industry in New York.
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Stein
of Baltimore, Md., formerly of
Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter.
Marilyn, to Herbert Leonard Sil-
verstein. son of Mrs. Sara Silver-
stein of Baltimore and Jack
Silverstein of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Liebmans Are Hosts
At Chanuka Fete
Mr. and Mrs. A. Liebman were
hosts at a Chanuka party at their
home. 342 Jefferson Ave., Miami
Beach, last Sunday evening. Mr.
Liebman kindled the first Chanu-
ka candle and his wife led guests
in traditional holiday songs.
Present were Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Goodman, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Goodman of New York, H. t
Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Tarr, Mr. and Mrs. J. Liebman
and son. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lieb-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Viniker and daughter, Mrs. Hellen
and son.
NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS
Mount Nebo Cemetery
Desires to protect and cooperate with its present lot osm- 'l
Mount Nebo has reserved certain sections (1 and tin
present lot owners only, that they may add to their J]
estates such additional properties as they may desi
that their families will remain together. '"
In order to keep this space available for Dresent lot ownnl
only, it has been necessary to increase prices on thi
property effective January 15th. 1951.
All present lot owners are urged to reserve such space J
they need prior to this date so they may take advantaw
of present rates.
HEAR YE OLDE SAGE
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Mt. Nebo Cemetery
5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-82011
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President
New Group Organized
David Polstein of the Down-
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Beth David) has organized a
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Mend Conclave
L
_ l0o Young Judaea mem-
|0VCnH their leaders gathered
- Kendall, November 24-
?ml h 'hird annual South
1 -j Y.'.unfi Zionist Conclave
W'd:I K council officers and
ilefl annual contests in |
c!S -^-nt night and V-
L athletic events.
Etatbeth Simkowite of the
PS? Weizmann Chapter of
*"? ludaea was elected chair-
ft the heater Miami Senior
" Tud lea Council, to suc-
ff Sonny Rubinstein of Beth
Vice chairman is Ruth
if f Beth El Seniors. Cor-
ing secretary is Aim Brie*
. while Barbara
Jbon'n of Petach Tikvah
2r Judaea will serve as rec-
ffi Stary. Jo-Jo Becker of
uiai,n Weizmann Senior Judaea
fas elected treasurer.
The Petach Tikvah Senior
."... Chapter of Miami Beach
In the folk dancing contest and
Kipated in the youth comrms-
program at the Southeastern
^conference held at Miami
each last weekend.
For publishing a pre-conclave
JJaper the Sabra Senior
idaea chapter was awarded em-
ems of Young Judaea. The stunt
,ht contest was won by the
aim Weizmann Senior Judaea
Bung witn arrangements for
ie conclave were: Herman M.
,pkin of Atlanta, youth director
the Southern Zionist Youth
mmission; Mrs. Shirley Miller,
,bert Strassberg, Ray Coleman
id Zcna Posover of the Jewish
kilters Association; Mrs. H. C.
[oser, Mrs. Henry Solloway and
Bertram Miller of the Zion-
't Youth Commission and An-
tte Mehch. Florence Abramson,
ennv Schwartz, Al Heller, Rita
lossJJ.an Nevel, Sandy Freed-
ian Edith Feldman, Mr. and
[rs. Joseph Pardo, Miriam
:heinbeifi and Abe Schafer,
'oung Judaea leaders.
Children Give Show
[A benefit dance and entertain-
ment were given last Friday eve-
fig by tiie children residing at the
)rexel Arms Apartments, 1342
)rexel Ave., Miami Beach.
[Participants in the show were
Barbara Levy, master of cere-
monies: Sanda Schuring, songs-
fcess: and Susan Riser, ballet and
|ap dancer.
The show was presented in the
Jobby of the apartments where
Ihe owners, Mr. and Mrs. Levin-
Jon were hosts to the group. Pro-
wls went to charity.
Aaron Courshon, Miami Beach
hotel man and civic leader, was
appointed co-chairman of the
annual Hebrew Academy dinner
to be held al Temple Beth
Sholom. on January 14. Courshon,
who was chairman of last year's
dinner, raised more than SI5.000
for Ihe benefit of the school.
Cocktail Party Slated
Barbara Levine. 5655 Pinetree
Drive. Miami Beach, will open
her home for a cocktail party to
be sponsored by the Miami Beach
Unit of Junior Hadassah. on Sat-
urday. December 16, at 9 p.m.
New Motel Opens
Al Miami Beach
One of the most modern motels
in Miami Beach opened its doors
to the early stream of winter
vacationers on December 1.
"Situated in the land of super-
latives, in the heart of Miami
Beach's most desirable residential
North Beach section, this is one
motel which needs no name,"
Edward Kerr, owner and director,
said. Our name is our address,
namely. 86 and Harding Motel."
The 86 and Harding has 96
rooms and, 96 baths. Half of the
units are equipped with kit-
chenettes. All are "convertibles"
in the sense that specially de-
signed separate beds may be con-
verted into daytime lounges and
couches. Kerr said.
"The 86 and Harding has caused
some speculation about the future
of big-citv-type hotels on Miami
Beach." Kerr added. "There, the
patron will drive to his own door,
park free, handle his own lug-
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the expansive North Beach ocean
front away from the confined
cabana and pool atmosphere of
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Sinai Hospital
Library Expands
Another new service was added
to the list provided for Mount
Sinai Hospital by its Women's
Auxiliary this week with the ex-
pansion of its patients' library to
permit book-borrowing by" all
hospital empl lyees.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov. library
committee chairman, announced
that the library, which has m
' al n dm tlie hospital's
second floor, will be opened en
M n I 13 and Thin sd,,x
12:30 to 3:30 p.m. for the con-
enci :. spital employees.
T!l' '< urs ngi d to coin-
cide with lunch period and the
afternoon ch I shifts.
Library committee volunteers
who will take charge of the facili-
ties for hospital emplgyi
Mrs. Emile
Greenfield.
Etingoffs. Weissris Will Prewnt
N;i-r'l Scrolls To 4afolrs Outer
M^ncom
Gould and Miss I
ll'nai HViiii Drive
To Close Jan. 1.1
January 15, 1951, has been set
of the South
Florida 13'nai B'rith membership
::paisn. it has been annoui
by Bt rnard N< wmark, |
ni' all.
A si a >:' socials, smokers and
"ousi ties Is being planned by
the nine lodges in the Greater
M council
president. George J. Bertman.
Onyx di .-k sets will be awarded
ship workers in
lign and mat
men irah lapel pins will be given
to enrolling ten members
or more in the current drive.
Awards also include gold menorah
pencils, marcasite tie clasps and
Sterling silver marcasite cuff
links.
th^Wnaf RvrVpnn d',Spl?;V at sons and Mr- and M*rs"sam Wei's-
the H nai B nth Council offices i 1 j >
at 330 Seybold Building. sel and sons wM Prent two new
------------------------------. I sacred scrolls to the Coral Gables
lli: KM 171.1 > i'rOJgrani! monies on Sundav, December 24
Aired Iriilav :,18pm
A cnonioi nk l. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will of-
p msmmm
o,rnm was j ferXr "cen^preSden" 'K
:,." thRe "* Ralph Bargteil and Joseph Hur-
wh t^H ,h"!wi,z- Principal of the religious
Ivin "k !*" SChl,'IS: anwd
Melvin Koven representing the
confirmation class of 1951.
., The completion of the letters of
n the new Torahs will be inscribed
no; Ruth Loch- b-v Supiii :-.Snbc and honor Sam
iSchulefand .first donor of the
and others whose names
Boris Elingoff and his family and Sam Weissel and his family
will present Sacred Scrolls to the Coral Gables Jewish Center at
ceremonies on Sunday, December 24, at 8 p.m. at the center.
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Etingoff and tee of the sisterhood will be
hostesses at the social hour to
follow the services. Jack Silver-
man, chairman, urges all mem-
bers who wish to have their names
inscribed to contact the center
office at once.
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Guests of honor will include
members of the Miami Rabbinical
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PAGE 5B
MIAMI
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Religious Directory...
Temple uract iRafnrml ill ,._.,.
Temple israei (Reform). 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph B. Narot.
H. Kaplan.
1tet from
weolher vone
to welcome-
mot modern o'51..new
furnishings throughout._
new collee shop and
dm.ng room .newly land-
scaped tropical gardens...
swimming pool...dancing
, plonned entertainment.
nut wiiiwm
WFKD STOHC Owner Management
T[fWONf--58-J7<
ifivl'
I
RabbL Dr. Jacob
Rabbi Emeritus.
Friday evening service! at 8:15
Maurice Samuel's "The Gentleman
and the Jew" win be Dr Narofa
sermon topic. On Saturday
at II. I"r. Narot will resume
ol talks on "Jewish Religious
tier." Religious school
Jewish
morning
resume his series
'- Religious Prac-
Sunday al
Community
8 I
E
guest
Royal
be .iii.kJ
Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Friday evening service* i i r. 30 Late
Friday services at B:15. Hadaasah
Sabbathguest speaker, Mrs Dorothy
Kleiner Kink, prominent in that or-
ganization. Saturday morning Bervices
6:80. Sunday morning religious gel.....I
8:46. Sunday evening, center holds
open house for youth of community
starting at 7:80. Daily Mlnyan
1 a.m. A .Mlnyan can In
LUjj.ni. Dr. Jacob ii. Kaplan. Rabbi
.'"'"'"* of Templi Israel will be
speaker and will discuss "A
question!" Floral offering will
'" by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Bussmann on the occasion of their
','.....''' Julia and Richard's birth-
days. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
will be hosts nl the reoi ptlon in honor
r their wedding anniversary Sabbath
- l R:30 a m. Studi nts services
st 10 30 Adult disc .:, lead
'' Rabbi Shapiro on Sunday mot nlngs
Ir-1r11 10:30 to 11 :",'
feather-light
snowy-white
BISCUITS
April.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
The rabbi will beg
of late i nl.iv night
His topic will be
Righteous Living."
follow. The nubile
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Sunday evening, December it. \
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Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
Friday evening services at a. Sat.
urday morning services S:30 a.m. Hnhlil
Kver will speak on the Portion of th*
Week At \ he will Instruct class in
Talmud. Minrh.-t at 4:4."i followed by
Bhalos Seudos contributed by
loins Duhim. Entires will fol-
low; .Maariv will complete the
services. l>aily services at s a.m.
followed by class in Mishna by the
raiii.i. Mlncha at 5:00 followed by
class in Jewish Laws and Customs.
Maariv follows. Dally classes Hebrew
school Monday through Thursday! 3:30
to 6:3<>. Sunday school i" to i.....n Reg-
istration daily in the office from B a.m.
to 8 p.m. Junior Congregation services
at in a.m. Bvery Bunday the brother-
hood win conduct services at '.< fol-
lowed by breakfast and cultural pro-
gram. Rabbi Ever will speak al 9:80
.- jnday morning over WKAT on the
Oreater Miami Rabbinical Hour.
Temple Betn snotom v Liberal).
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services al 8:15.
Rabbi Kronish will Bpeak on "Morality
ami Hunger." Oneg Hhabbat spon-
sored by Men's Cluli Will follow. Sah-
hath service Saturday morning at
10:43 a.m. liar Mltsvah of Peter
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Schwartz..
his fifth year
.I m. :lt R:15.
e "Essentials of
| >neg Hhabbat will
public Is invited. Friday
evening services at 9:15. Saturday
rabbi will speak on
e Wick Mishna al
by Mlncha, Bhalos
services. Rabbi will
Portion nf the
iiiim nine; at :i th
the Portion nf th
4:ir. p.m. followed
Budoft and Maarrt
speak on the Weekly
Law. Bunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew
school dailj 3:30 to 8:30 p.m. Dally
services 7:30 am. and ~> p.m. Bar
Mltavah breakfast Bunday al B 80
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Are.
Services daily 1 a.m. and ii a.m.;
Mlncha 4 p.m., Maariv at 7 p.m. Friday
evenlng services al sundown.
Coral Gabies
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SUNDAY 16 TO 11 KM.
WEDNESDAY 1 TO liM P.M.
FRIDAY 1 TO 1:4* P.M.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Friday evening services at ">:i"> p.m.
First late Friday evening services at
8:30. Kabbi rSrntir-r will officially open
the forum season. Cuest speaker will
lie Kabbi Irwln Gordon whose topic
will be "Trends in Traditional Juda-
ism." Mr. and Mrs. Max ltai>|>a|">rt
will be hosts at an Oneg Shabhnt to
follow aervktr*. Saturday r.....Tting
services at 8:WV Kabld Hrauer will
preach on "A Brothers Itesooiisibili-
tv." Mlncha at 4:45 followed by bhalos
sii.iom. Junior Congregation Saturday
10 a m. to noun. Sunday School 10
to 12 iHH.n. Dally religious school ISO
to :30 Daily services 8 am. Reading
class. Mishna 4:45 p.m. Min.ha dally
Flegler-Granada Jewish Center.
SO N.W. 51st Place.
Monday through Friday services at
7-30 a.m. Saturday at am. an.l Sun-
day at X a.m. Mlncha at 5:80 p.m.
followed by Maariv at p m. 'I-'1I>_
West Miami Jewish Center. 57Z0
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)-
Rabbi Ezra Lifshits.
Friday evening services at 8. Raow
will speak. _,
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th at..
Miami Beach. .
Dairy Bervices 7:30 n.m._and B.io
n m : Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Friday evening ervlce .lj "'
Saturday al i p.m. there will be s
ftory hour Mr children of isMtttfj
community. Refreshments '"
served and Hebrew dan.....V.,,
u,ll M taught by Bobble Uwer.
Mlnchs at '.....PJtt snd Bha'osSeudoe
following Sunday morning s'""'^l'
Downtown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David). 135 NjW.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Shaargo Gi-
bralter. ... _
Dally services s s m. s
Saturdays and holidays
5:15 p.m. Bhalos
p.m. .
Congregation Beth Jacob
hodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. ...
cSSSSStJ singing Mjy??uyg&
Saturday morning services at
Bar MlUvah ofTlarold. wm
.,,, \,:s Ben Corllse. M
followed bs Bhalos Beud
sp.ak on the Portion
Daily religious
phut sda) SO
9 FrriTjewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce .de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
Hibbi De Koven will on
services Friday al I If "'
M dally from 4 p
Sunday school from
Smith will offici-
Friday evening.
Jewish Center
13630 W. Dixie
i ., m and
Sued'is Saturdays
(Or
,,.. In at 5
Rabbi wilt
,, of the Week.
chool M......yt*rm5
; to 6 30 and Sundaj from
ti
:45 t
lute at
Hebrew
:3 p.m.
IS noon
Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
; Joseph Malek, cantor; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Friday Sabbath service at 8:15.
Saturday at B:45 a.m. Torah study of
weekly portion of bible. Klddush. Bar
Mltsvah club-confirmations class
Thursday at 1 with the rabbi. Daily
Hebrew school with Joseph Hurtwlts,
principal. Presentation of two sacred
Torah Scrolls al religious ceremonial
Sunday. December :'i at S p.m.
Temple Israel. 2020 Broward
Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E.
Singer, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Singer will Bpeak.
North Shore Jewish Centex
(Conservative). Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium. 77th
St and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip
Fried, acting rabbi.
"Religion Behind the iron curtain."
will be topic of llym.in vVachtel. guest
speaker al late Friday evening serv-
ices. Mr. Wachtel, who served L'NRA
in the American zone for >' years was
insti umental in rescuslng thousands
of Jewish children throueh the under-
ground. Rabbi Fried will conduct tho
services, tmeg Bhabbat will be given
bv the Brotherhood, after which an
open discussion will follow.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Cantor Isaac S.
ate at services
North Dade
(Conservative),
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:1^>-
Saturday morning services at 10.
Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitx.
Kervires 5:30 p.m. Friday. Daily
services at 7::i" am. and 5:30 p.m.
N. W. Religious CongregaUon.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Congregation roung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Bervices Friday nislit at 5:r.: Satur-
day at a.m. Mlncha al 5..... P m
followed by Bhalos Seudos. services
Sunday i Thursday 8 a.m. smt ii .
All Young l.-raei members in rhe area
are Invited t" attend
TTereth Israel Congregation ot
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
,v evening t 5:30 p tn.
Saturday B n m. All residents in that
Invited !' attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
1 ,l|\ Pc vh es S ,i ill. and "
Friday night si
das mon I RaW
Sachs "ill speak r.ti "Por' '' ol 's
w ..I. Joseph Arknowl. H
H Vt
k ,.,, ,,,. Portion ol
... ,.,, daj school at 10 a.in.
Congregation beth Ttilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky. ,
Frldas evening >:
. the tabbl
,., ., Portion of the
Fthaufs' sVu8dos7-
i .. liollv se v 7 a m foi-
r TuesSay.
- i-. r..n.>wed on md lys, rii
'"Wanubeacn Jewish Cornmun-
Center (Conservative).
ity
v/ashington Ave.. Miami Beach.
erlaTind Hollywood CJJj
1801 So. Andrews Ave. Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. M*rius Ranson.
"sv^ces Friday at I P J^JJ-Jg
will preach Hebrew sessi,u s s. \
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Congregation Beth uavia t
wrvatiT.). Cowl Way '
Ho^. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
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Temple Isaiah (Reform). Town
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Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshsy P.
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Bervices Friday mn.ni: at S.St.
p m Rabbi Mann will speak on The
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end 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob D.
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vjmisti Fhrid/an
rag>AY, DBCEMBBi
15,
Co-Operative Living In Israel
By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Mi Uebmai who foitnarlj practlo I Ian S'ew York,
f Miami Beach and a member o( the Flo Ida Bai Association.
''. i of the economic commission ol the Zl i lal Organisation,
* ind lectured rxtensivel] on Israel and Zlonlam Hi
ol thi itloiral i--:ii l of the L'nlted synasji jue of Ameri a and is
t. m.i.. ..r the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mi Mebman i- program
man .>f the Miami Beach Zionist Dlati cl THE EDITOR.
There are many who, in their Israel. Many Federations give
enthusiasm for tne Jewish State, grants from funds to the Pioneer
voic- Wi>men or National Labor Com-
for all the world, that is one thing
but if we believe that demo-
cratic liberal capitalism operated
by a democratic government and
not the tool either of private In-
terests or a labor union is best for
Israel, as we believe it to be for
ourselves and European countries,
then we shoud direct our funds
to be used for the achievement of
such ends.
One of the blights upon Zionist
activity in this country is that
there is too much partisanship
which is the reflection of political
question the advisability of .
ing criticism of any of its political mittee for Palestine when the
and sociological forms, way of life contributors hoped to help the
or progress. Some. however. "Hire State of Israel without re-
Whose enthusiasm is no less in- Sard t0 political creed.
tense, realize that Israel has ac- Hadassah grants millions for interests in Israel. Drs. Neumann
comphshed so much in so short Youth Aliyah. Its money was and Silver, over two vears ago.
t never intended to supply the pleaded that the time "had come
means for political indoctrination for there to be one Zionist organ-
of'the orphans and youth who ization in America working for
table. I adm.t imperfection are brought to Israel. Yet. pri- I the welfare of the K'lal of Israel.
eek for a beKei way and no marily, through the beneficent-.' \n other party leaders rejected
than Ben Gurion of Hadassah. each party receives such a recommendation almost
ications to run Children's V.!- wjthin twenty-four hours. If
value .if const es in Israel for their express Mizrach says it does not seek b
irpose of indoctrinating theiritheocracy in Israel, why should
task ahead that mistakes or ill-
advised trends are almost in-
'i1 -' iy(' ,' >wn political concepts and by the |h be a political party. It i
who Sam( token effecting a divisive-1nomic beliefs lire in line with
id has not ness of teaching these children those of the General Zioniststnit
disdain tow.,:,! children ,t uses religion as a means of
of ther p. litical faiths and even sf.Curing other powers. If Altier-
have unfair ,.. Mizrachi Women and lean Jewry .-eased support, the
,:" *??" smatall. Pioneer W ve part of their Revisionist and Beiginwd his
tal and realize that some of Is-
rael's economic stress and strain
may have been due to what Dr.
j Silver termed, "too hasty plans
at socialization." As Liebenstein
said: "The State of Israel, which
has undertaken the daring objec-
tive of doubling its population
within four years, must keep an
eye on the economic processes
within and outside the country.
But this should be free planning
under conditions of freedom and
for the sake of freedom." (Italics
mine.)
To keep a country free means
unified equality for all peoples
in schools, on the kvutzot, in the
town, before the Bar of Justice
and in enforcement of laws. We.
in America, should first know all
about Israel and then not hesitate
to voice our opinions. The shock
occasioned by the remarks of Earl
McGrath. U. S. Commissioner of
Education, and Dr. Eliezer Reeger
of the Hebrew University, in con-
demning the existence of four
systems of education dominated
by political parties, then will not
exist. It will not then be necessary
for Nathan. Eban and Ben Gurion
to take cognizance of the whispers
of many returning American m-
dustrialists who think israe].
socialist." by f.v_u '
5C* '**-.
Israel's greatest n present is for Amerfc2 hV
However, it also has w**
needs. American in***!
should know ofVt,^
Israel's economy. Vv u? <
know that there are trLstN
economic possibilities?1*-
aside from the desire ft*
the desire to make prof ?'
preservation of lih,.raiP "^ '
Si that country toSS*
the preservation of th*!MJ
or synthesis between ""H
private capital. These u>*|
nomic forces can supply a-*!
eratic system of cheek. JfH
ances which will insure ^3
wholesome and free state ^1
through the Gewirkschaften cam- Israel is more akin to European
fitting, therefore, thai I paign, receives many millions of countries than to America. Its
- my than,. dollars from America for its ex- economy requires greater Ameri-
I Shochet, editor of elusive purposes, thereby releas-1canization. The ZOA mission of'
Jewish Floridian, for his ing other of its funds for political i 150 industrialists in the late,
on of this series of arti- purposes. spring of 1951 should be of ma-.
that through them At the September conference of terial aid but they will find that
few people have ht en American leaders in Jerusalem, kraelii do not take suggestions
levelop broader and the suggi I in was made that the very Quickly. In the spring of
ghts into a part of Histadrut and Hadassah drop 1949- Golda Meyerson suggested
nd problems. If any their individual campaigns during t,le neea for piece work in some
implied criticism, it the next three years__years in : industries. Now, a year and a!
iticism of a tire- which American Jewry are asked half 'ater, this suggestion is final-
I ardent worker for the to contribute and invest one bil- lv acceptable to labor. They had
nt, devt lopment and lion dollars in Israel. Both groups 't0 see i,s Place in America before
success of all the people and said "No!" Hadassah appropriate- ,ne-v realized how the productivity .
St te of Israel. ]v indicated that most of its funds Per man nour could be increased I
The factual reporting of His- gLSi!?*^ Ha" Israel- Thrby-th'S incentive method- Th(-'y'
tad-lit activitv and affairs w ii--'adiut could advance no such
nece-nA to sh ,,. !; V ? argument. But the Histadrut is
^paaansssts!*
Its political arm, Mapai (and to I,. "'stadrut has opened many
Sun.e extent. Mapam i is not the i ds and is s,i" starting enter-
Sole j : all Israelis lPnses and developments where
November municipal elec-'pnva,c capital will not venture
lions I a definite rise in : beause risks are too great and
General Zionism and a falling off IIhe ''kelihood of profit and re-
parties General Zion- !um Qmto dim. For this the
ism could play a tei role if I Histadrut is to be commended.
new and younger liberal thinkers F'!r il raiscs money through
given the opportunity to "p,s of ^tock in its American
leaders Men such as afflllates but to permit it to com-
and Sapir have been pete f"r American charity dollars
guilty of the same partisanship mav we" make it subject to
..d other political criticism.
It represents an ideology which
t- r\ u .i_ many Americans might not want
in October, the Associated Press to support if such support meant
!t\ u -; a release giving it greater power than other
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+Je*isti meridian
PAGE 7B
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!.......M"^**!
Capping ceremony for
taiHosp:!al took place at
kxiliary recently in Ihe
[gel. R- N.. at left, acting
[the class. Also pictured
her Berncr, Mrs. Samuel
Itskin, who were capped
to helped with the progra
the second nurses' aides class at Mount
the semi-annual meeting of the Women's
Roosevelt Theatre. Miss Mildred Ann
director of nursing, presented the caps
are (1. to r.) Mrs. Sheldon Blank. Mrs.
Mades, Miss Besse Prager, Mrs. Harold
at the ceremony; Miss Elsie Schwabe.
m; Mrs. Max Rosen, Mrs. Grace Tucker,
Secretary, American
hristian Palestine Committee)
ooks on I-iael continue to be
B'.ten. testifying that Israel is
. of the greatest events of our
dern world. Each book has its
chapti r. Israel Revisited
I Ralph Mi Gill has the unmis-
sable stamp of a newspaper re-
nter who presents facts, events,
Icond;!: ns as he sees them.
IcGill .(rest in Zionism
! Israel, iike the early interest
|so many others, grew out of
tragedies of Hitler's Europe,
had a premonition of what
tgoinj; happen in 1938 when
many and Austria,
witness) d the Nazi parades
nning of the racist
which ended in genocide.
kile McGill did not dream that
[Jews would be thrown into
Ins, gas chambers, to mad and
fved dogs, and to a thousand
er fates too terrible to des-
e, he one who has remem-
ed these facts which too many
k already forgotten. He saw
[results: the museums of hor-
called "ncentration camps,
teaming islands of despair
hgled with hope called DP
H ie Nuernberg trials
Ich trie I to witness for justice
Be capital of depravity,
(first h '.nought rebahilita-
in Eu. ix' of the surviving
's was the answer. In 1946v
Palestineafter
m this dn am of the languish-
IDP's : Europehe knew he
Jbeen v. ng. PalestineIsrael
?as th. nly answer.
" ankly surprised by
f ne. Having grown
soil in America
li'.uld predate the heroic
Jewish farmers as
f mazing crops from
Ught would pro-
impressed, even
I fact that men
former doctors.
[ ther professionals
1 came agricultural
nen and skilled
el.
9l
to
1 i and rejected
[ en from abroad lie
ai l would always
... r 'those who need
> which they can 'be-
fefour,: :,,., ..the crad,e of
I Hue in the Middle
*"''! culture is based on
>:'-. "deal as evolved
Judai;:." He found thc
l'-n< 1 gnitv of man" has
nean<'' II Israel. It is ex-
Hsill Says Torm, "Dignity Ol Man"
[as llVal Moaning In Jewish State
\.\RL BAE; pressed in a democratic govern-
ment; in a concern for minori-
ties: in a determination to educate
and bring enlightenment to all:
in a will to carry the burdens of
the infirm, the handicapped and
those overwhelmed by the
tragedies of life: in the determi-
nation to defend what they had
built against the aggressive de-
signs of surrounding Arab nations.
McGill, after visiting and revisit-
ing Israel, became convinced that
Israel is a vibrant realitya state
with great promise in spite of
seemingly insuperable problems.
In Israel Revisited McGill makes
no pretense of writing a scholarly
book. The language is frankly
journalese. Were it any different
it would not be McGill at his best.
The straight reporting of the book
makes it especially good for those
needing an introduction to the
whole gamut of subjects related
to Zionism. Israel and the Middle
East.
Board Meeting Slated
The board of directors of the
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith is scheduled to meet at the
home of Mrs. David Alper, 1725
Calais Drive. Miami Beach, on
Thursday, December 14. at 1 p.m.
The chapter will meet at the Sor-
ento Hotel on Tuesday, December
19, at 1 p.m.
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Mrs. Saul Weingarlen. rec.pienti of caps; Mrs. Harry Markowitz.
instructor of the group, and Mrs. Al Berman, who also received her
cap. Another highlight of the meeting was the awarding of service
pins to those women who had completed 200 hours or more of
volunteer work at the hospital. Mrs. Monte Selig, president of the
auxiliary, conducted the meeting. Guest speakers were Max Orovitz.
president of the hospital, Samuel Gertner, executive director, and
Burnett Roth, Miami Beach city councilman.
Balkin To Speak
"Human Relations in the Hin-
leah-Miami Springs Community"
will be the subject of a talk by
Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional
director of the Anti-Defamation
League at the next regular meet-
ing of the Flamingo Lodge of
B'n;ii B'rith at the home of Leo
Gelvan. 254 East 5th St., Hialeah.
The meeting, scheduled for
Wednesday. December 20, at 8:15
p.m., will feature a question and
answer period with member
participation.
North Shore Women
To Sponsor Brunch
A brunch and games party will
be sponsored by the North Shore
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
at the Delmonico Hotel, Miami
Beach, on Tuesday, December 19,
at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz and Mrs.
Mac Benkowitz will be hostesses
for the event. Reservations may
be made by calling Mrs. Schwartz
at 86-1220.
Shoremede Open To
Jewish Social Functions
A Birenbaum, director of the
I Caribbean-managed hotels, has
! announced that the faeilities of
the Shoremede Hotel on the
Ocean at Miami Beach are being
i made available to Jewish organ-
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charge for all social functions.
The Shoremede, formerly a re-
stricted hotel, was just taken over ,
by the Caribbean chain and Mr.
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lighted to be able to make these
facilities available to Jewish or-
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1950
i____
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
PAGE 9 B
About People .
Bobei I Nathan's resignation as
nic adviser to the Jewish
II become official be-
ippears in print Let
noted labor lawyer is
Israel for an important
,,.. ,n He will stay there
nths or more Ben
q not left the confines
ince its establishment,
ition outside Israel
nt in Greece where he
WH1 :., ther pursue his great
hobbv Greek classics Lord
the first Palestine High
Commissioner who just reached
of eighty, is said to have
pletely orthodox. Peo-
ple close to him say in the past
few years he has been strictly
11 orthodox practices
... Sid Caesar of television fame
is the > n of an immigrant family.
i fore neither a Greek
Italian.
Philadelphia Story .
After Mr. and Mrs. Holtz of
Philadelphia announced a gift for
hment of a trade school
:n Isra I they became the targets
I ol Si mitism. They received
a number of calls denouncing
them for giving their money to
; instead of to American
Iinstitutions. At first the Holtz's
I thought the threats came from
I cranks. But when the calls
I mounted they called the police
and for a week a police guard
I watched their home against a
I possible attack .
| Bom .Mot .
When Defense Secretary Mar-
shall addressed the Weizmann In-
stitute dinner last week he re-
Imarked that Moses was the
architect of selective service but
I that the deferments Moses grant-
led could not be wisely used to-
Iday. Undo: Mosaic Law the weak
Iin spirit, the builders of still
lundeduated homes and those who
were about to consummate the
Imarriace union were excused
from military service .
|fact.s' And Figures .
More men than women speak
Hebrew in Israel. Over 68% of
Bel Aviv's residents speak He-
fcrew. Jerusalem is only 3 points
Tehmd while in Haifa only 57%
mploy Hebrew. A breakdown of
Wie statistics shows that 71 per
pent of the men in Jerusalem
fcptak Hebrew against 61 per cent
lor women; in Tel Aviv the ratio
p M to 62 for women: in Haifa
It is 62 to 51; in Tiberias it is 72
[ and in Safed. bastion of
[ lism and mysticism, it is
|2 to 39 .
About Books .
If you haven't gotten around
|> reading Joseph Gaer's short
fovel "Heart Upon the Rock," a
Podd, Mead publication get the
rk at mce. It is a fascinating
Jwry i ; the effect of the en-
poaehment of a changing civiliza-
fon on the soil-loving Jews of a
"mall town in Bessarabia. Ludwig
ewisohn has rightly called it a
fork of art with so complete a
pMrol of our perished Jewish
p m Eastern Europe that it
pes above the milieu and the
P? ." depicts and becomes a
pmool of the Jewish spirit in
Im ld : Reading recently
indre Maurois' "Proust; Portrait
rnac.,T.enflus'" HarPer, I came
&, the fact that the great artist
EL?"* al heart over the anti-
fmitic incidents he came across.
K-iA r relates that Proust, of
P'>h mother and Catholic
EliY.." r"nplained over his in-
ru> to make pilgrimages to
tandf u cemetery where his
randfath ,.in fuifinment of a
ri he never understood.
hi* ye?r t0 l*y a Pebble
, nis parent's grave" Best
eava!anche recent books
battle in the birth of,
tato? xJ1,,m:'s ^K!ue's "Watch
' ,!" Morning," published by
Hrper .. In this troubled
.is a must to understand R
u we are going to handl.
IV Ono""
", "" "' 'he line,- and mor.
objective studies is the i
yojume "Soviet Politics:
Dilemna ol Power." by B
ton Moore, Jr.. publish
S... The
Dartmouth Bible, edited by Roy
a. Chamberhn and Herman K, I I.
man and published by Houghton,
Miffl.n. is the kind of book the
modern reader of the Bible has
been looking forward to. No one
will question the publisher's
claim that (he Dartmouth Bible
answers a pressing need of the
American public The bard and
the bardchen and the folksman no
longer grace and give color to
our Jewish scene. Thev are of
another age, .me that has gone
!nto oblivion through time and
the hands of Hitler. But who
among us who still rememb.
folkways and folklore and ancient
custom and tradition is not moved
by reminiscences of that past9
That spirit and age has been re-
captured for us in Sol Lipzin's'
iphy of Eliakum Zunser
published by Behrman House, the
poet and bard who was not only
legend among the millions of!
Jews who perished but who for'
many years was a beloved figure !
in our own community.
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Annual All-Day Outing
Employees of Maule Industries,
Inc. largest producer of concrete
building blocks in the nation, held
their annual outing at Crandon
Park and Virginia Beach last
Sunday.
More than 2200 were on hand
for the outing, which was under
the direction of F. Paul Anderson,
production manager of the com-
pany.
Assisting Anderson with ar-
rangements for the event were
Mrs. E. P. Maule chairman of
Maules's board of directors; C. B.
King, president: and John H.
Gerken and M. F. Pafford, vice
presidents.
A fried chicken dinner and
athletic competion were on the
agenda.
*vSM^^Ej5?* Fete 'Aradem* w-
tolMUmi "S^S ^11wn.ci.udtaBiaiicki. Open Membership Drive
children and general assembly Phyllis Mcchlowitz. Eileen Nash lau"cned a membership drive
The g^ C]ub (|f tho Michael Resnick. Margie Fried- Wlth a reception and tea at the
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Carol Lee. Kenneth Rosen. Susan
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Steven Tessl..,-,. DavaJZlotshewer. '
Roth Named To Lodge
Civilian Defense Post
Edward Rth has been named
chairman of the newly organized
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Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. it has
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Purpose of the committee will
be to enroll 200 volunteers in
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
T?u)unq tte week,
infamous Tagin"
By JOE HARRISON FRIED
AMERICA: New Twists to "Oliver Twisf
The choul-like ghost of Charles Dickens
haunted movieland this week while the battle of words to determine
whether the allegedly anti-Semitic "Oliver Twist would play Amei -
ica'a better movie houses continued to take new twists and turns.
Eagle-Lion Classics, the releasing agency handed the chore o
peddlinu the controversial film, sal uneasily on a powder keg. Hi
with the Breen Department's refusal to Riant "Oliver Twist a seal
of approval, bookings for the film, spokesmen tor the Pleasing
reluctantly admitted, weren't goim; as well as was hop
Orthodox Rabbi Writes Book On Prison Lingo
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)-An
alert 89-year-old orthodox rabbi
Who spent 14 years as a prison
chaplain, then retired to spend
five years authoring a uniqu-
book 'on prison jargon, estimate*
this week that the number
of
republic. And the Breen Department had turned thumbs down on the
charging that it violated a section ot the code barring a mm
reflecting unfavorably upon a particular religious group.
Th it was last week. As the early dl ys of this week passed word
leaked that that Eagle-Lion had appealed the decision; that tne
Breen Department would hand down a final ruling in the cast !....
this month. That the Breen Department had not discounted earlier
reports that "Oliver Twisf had been denied a seal bore out the
report's accuracy. But the fact that no announcement had ben
forthcoming on the department's decision, was also viewed as
significant. Representing the nations major movie piodutiis. the
Breen Department, as a rule, releases an announcement only when
its decision is final, and then only a short squib; a fillerjust
enough to make a linotype operator happy.
national voluntary censorship group.
And while the film made front page in the movie trade papers
and mags. Eagle-Lion's spokesmen were still busily engaged in the
somewhat hazardous occupation of denying that ''Oliver Twist
the movie version, at eastwas anti-Jewish. The villian JLJ5
Simply depicted as an ugly, loathsome viper they claimed. Dickens
tagged the villain as a Jew. The film version, said releasing agency
spokesmen, makes no mention of his nationality or religious back-
pound. Too. they said. Fagin has no accent; wears no tell-tale
skull cap. He's just a no-good so-and-so who leads the kids astiay-
period; paragraph. So said Eagle-Lion.
Jewish officials and others, too. weren t so sure. At least one
major national Jewish organization, representing a score or so of tne
big outfits was holding back its fire until the zero hour. American
Jewish leaders remembered too well the bloody riots of Polish Jews
in Berlin one year ago when the "Oliver Twist" film made its debut.
Meanwhile the topic was being tossed around tongues in national
circles elsewhere.
Movieland just twistedand waited.
The Chief Dew"*- ,.. T
Years ago, year-'round residents of the then sleepy little Jersey
Coast summer resort of Atlantic City, had a favorite expression
with which to describe the visitorless wintry months. Remarked
the veteran beachcombers, "there are more sea gulls on the beach
than there are visitors on the Boardwalk!"
But this week-end as thousands of prominent Jewish healders
and delegates crowded the pathways to the World Famous Play-
pround for the historic '51 national convention of the United Jewish
Appeal, the beloved sea gulls would take a back seat. They faced
the distinct probability of being totally outnumbered. The famed
eight-mile-long wooden way would be swarming with big city
tors; more important, the resort's hotel headquarters for the
UJA would be jammed-full with delegates at sessions.
Delegates and leaders prepared to tackle a budget that would
ke a little fellow's head swoonand then some. Sorely-needed
aid to Israel was likely to be voted to the sweet tune of more than
5100,000.000. There would be the usual thrill and excitment of a
huge national confab: important committee meetings: speeches: a
banquet oi two; hushed whispers in the corridorsand a "Li
Chayim" or two among old friends tor a job well done in '50.
But to the trusted and true, the dependables who plug away 12
months of each year to raise the bucks that will take Moshe and his
a dismal DP camp existence in hate-ridden Germany
to a home in Israel, a none-too-pleasant event waited in store.
The Chiefbalding, erect Henry Morgenthau, Jr., UJA's
enei etic and stately national general chairmanwas bowing out.
.in wee Oshkosh and big San Francisco would
giv well "Li Chayim" at a special gathering in
I i : c nvention's closing hours.
nthau's departure brought anything but joy to the heari
of Mr, Average UJA plugger. For f ur hectic excitement-pa
rs the erstwhile Secretary : the Treasury and the late FDR's
ht-hand man. had blazed the trail of sacrifice and rescue. He
ha i ymbol to the little man upon whose shoulders
irae succi I'JA campaign has rested. It is the little
\v, the one whose name no one seems t I from year to
year, who returns home to raise the financial fluid which oils
UJA's gigantic gears of world-wide rescue.
And to "Joe Cohen. U.S.A.." Henry Morgenthau. Jr., meant
determination, foresight, prestigi and dignity. Calculative and di-
rect. Morgenthau had assumed command of the UJA shortly after
the huge task of rescuing Europe's Jewish masses was tossed
squarely into UJA's lap.
The son of America's former ambassador to the Sultan Abdul
Hamid of Turkey had done well as UJA's chieftain. Even Morgen-
thau's opponents could not help but admire his grit and determina-
tion in sticking by his guns in the hectic days of inter-strife within
the framework of the UJA.
In a big hall thousands of the delegates and guests prepared
to toast Morgenthau a fond farewell. The little guys would miss him.
A watchful eye directed at the head table should detect a sizeable
lump in the throat of the Chief, too, as he bows out as the leader
of a vital dollar and cents movement which has meant the difference
between ilfe and death to countless hundreds of thousands of Jews.
11113 V, l i .........- ...
parole violators among Jews tin
below the average number of re-
ueators" and that anti-Semitism I
With in the walls of Americas
penal institutions is "less severe
than on the outside.
\^ ;, prison chaplain. Hal'!'':
Hyman E.Goldin made the round-.
Of more tiian 1.000 assorted feions
at Great Medow Prison, Corn-
stock, N. Y. On the eve of his
retirement and after consoling.
aiding and ass sting prisoners for
almost a decade and a halt. Rabbi
Goldin came to the conclusion
thai pi ison ling i used on the
radio and in the movies was far
from being realistic and correct.
The rabbi penned his book on
underworld lingo with the as-
sistance of 15 advisers, including
a former master dip. a pickpocket.
Big Department, an extortionist.
Bubbles, a forger. Chop Chop, a
strong arm terrorist, and the
Colonel, a confidence man. His
general editor was Frank O'Leary.
a likeable chap, doing a 30-year
stretch for holdup.
A quiet, dignified individual.
Rabbi Goldin aided both Jev.'ish
and non-Jewish prisoners during
his service as prison chaplain. He
doubled as a special worker and
assisted the families of prisoners
in overcoming various problems.
As for Jews imprisoned in penal
institutions, Rabbi Goldin said
the number released and then re-
arrested on various parole viola-
tions fell below the average num-
ber of "returnees." Other chap-
lains frequently inquired. Rabbi
Goldin recalled jestingly, how he
I
Rabbi Goldm
"managed" to keep the number
of Jews in prison at a minimum.
"After all." Rabbi Goldin told
the American Jewish Press, "the
Jews in New York State com-
prise approximately 15
of the total state population
yet there are cmlj slightly n
than four percent of je,v,
prisoned n state penal in,
tions. Thats a 1, retty gU0(,
I would think."
The common woes and probt
of prison life. .-Kldtd 5.
Goldin. lessen anti-SemitW
hand prison gates,
The author of 23 books
busily engaged in writing
other on history and customs"
Jewish holidays, Rabbi Got
is a graduate of the New Y
Law School. He plans a book
the Sanhedrin. the ancient
brew supreme
For the record, Rabbi Gold
dictionary on underworld
guage educati I n the "01
side" with these terms used
those on the "inside:" a Ba
Man is an Ini The Ba
is the electric i'.usters
loaded dice: ( ,x is a 1
chine gun; an Abbey is a
fidence man who impeisc
the clergy, and a Screw
guard.
is
Strassburg Presents
Program At Center
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Association, presented a musical
program at the election meeting
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center on Thursday evening, De-
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Strassburg presented a program
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and Israeli music featuring the
works of Bialik. Peretz. Nardi,
Gorochov and Ben Chayim.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1950
Obituaries
CLARA W. HYMAN
m of IS78 B w. ima St.. passed
,. ,,. Miami hi>si>ltMl on December
sh. came here eleven years ago
mi Vernon, ohm and Is survived
.... ii ii. iiynian. regional
I-

i,: son,

(.f tile
mpan]
Floi Ida Power
two Blatei b,
i,l' Miami. ;i 11 1
and
Mra.
.Mrs.
I in |g, l'i ancei a brotbei
ffive Wolff, of Zurich, Bwltserland;
Mi '
I Ml
i .. manj Sei \ Ii i
. in Jacob II. Kaplan
ph Nnrot at "Th
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KADUSH
.Mis. Hnth II.
,i.,i Joaeph 1 lantman,
ll\ man was bom
,i,. following which
were sent to Cincinnati
and Interment.

GOLDBERG
rwnv im the 7th at his
S.W. Tili Ave. He was a
I state man from New
I nine here two years ago.
I. hla wife, Anna, and
[ iii. ii among them a son
Isnkiiiiini New York City and another
l0'" ,,. : .- Detroit Services were
I "The Miami Riverside"
i in ML Nebo Cemetery
lilil'l'i VI

INKS BORSARJ
',;.' ,V';V Mar>; Ldlgtanl
JOB i-it.i.y.t Avenue
fPrthgHeld Massachusetts
....".'. Iv.,:..1.v::':;'>;
to the .......r oomptamt' '"' ""'
the 8 dn
the of-
Complaint
this j
In
Circuit Cour, ., ,. b (.....
^ury 1951 otherwl
will brtaki
Hated at Miami, Flo
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PAGE 11 B
N0T'.C^ OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR fTnal
IV rVM-Mm, D|SCHARGE
ROSK 1.11'sn/
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LEGAL NOTICE
t-EATHERMAN,
1 Ircull i',,in i.
Qrauer officiated.
iACOB BEERMAN
-- ]., i awa| "it the 5th 111 a
He came here a yrar
_/ f,, ikee, Wise and was
i engravi r The remains were sent
M for services and inter-
ment by "The .Miami Riverside."
PHILLIP EPSTEIN
m of --,' Uth St., passe,i away
I tr 8 In a beach hospital He
16 years ago from New
tnd Was a retired textile
bfrchact' Survivors include his wife.
fc,r.,li. *>n, Sol .1., a daughter, -Mrs.
,.'i),:;!,. rH one sister. Mrs. Henrietta
Si w York. The remains
j i iii t<> New York for services
Hi by Riverside Memorial
Ebipel, Miami Beach.
HARRY LEE
j of 1383 Colllna Ave., passed away
i. | week. He was a retired novelty
from Chicago. A winter
I Mr, l.ee is survived by
wife, Hasel, The remains were
at t,> Chicago by the Riverside
. chapel, Miami Beach, for
L Interment,
(circuit c,1:;;,1;";^,':"
Byi M M:|,;|;
BEN ESSEN and """"'y '
SHELDON N LBLCHUK
Attorneys t, Plaintiff
8.....i.i Building
-Miami, Florida
12/15-22-29 I 3

will
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plaint
on ,,
1 <> embi i. 195
ii agalm
i demandi ,l
Kill

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W.M IV.
MAX
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.- ding
Miami, pi.
STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
ISAAC HOROWITZ
of 121" Lenox Ave., passed awaj
beach hospital December n>. He
l here eight years ago from
Brooklyn and was in the trucking
ii. i.aves 6 daughters, Mrs.
eddy Mat,mi. Mrs. Dorothy Gold-
t.in. Mi- Hetty Goldman Mrs, Lee
Ml Vdele -Matens. all of
two brothers and two
listers: also nine grandchildren. Borv-
swe conducted at the Riverside
li-nioiial Chapel, Miami Heach, with
abl.i Joseph Rackovsky officiating.
Mcrmenl took pace in Mt. Nebo
Bmetery-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring ,'A 'h'.'
nui IIK KEN COOP" al 1302 \ ,'
5$orldV.c,rcn" '.....l f&fi
RICHARD i^FIN^ K1MME^
IK' Congress Rldg
This tSth das of Noven
1.,,|;vsr|Mii,r,,x uboj, UM
loin Congri ws Rldg
.NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCTIT COURT OP
N0TICE "NDER FICTITIOUS
tin- niol, ralgn,
GIVEN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Me nnile,si,,e,i. desiring to engage In
businessunder the fictitious name of
Al s Delicatessen at 70S a.W 87th
Av.nuo. Miami, Florida, Intends to
tho'civ S"i" ,":'""- wJth Ul- Cte* of
Iivrkla. "l "' ""'' ''-""<>
MORRIS ii. NAFTEL "
628 Lenox Avenue
.Miami Beach, Florida
ARONOVITZ A ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Morris II. Neftel
UEBMAN "AROS^NSHAFJ
At I,
ii 2
ttorneya for Applicant
I 12 1 8 -1S
MAX BALSKY
1331 Collins Ave.. a winter
IWtor from Now York City where
a- i nainter, passed away this
I-,: Surviving la his wife. Bessie;
i brother I/ouls. The remains
I to Now York for services
fc pel, Miami Reach.
ISADORE LIFTEN
1 le.-.in Drive, passed away
ember II at a beach hospital. The
main-i were sent to Philadelphia for
- iii Interment by Riverside
Mortal Chapel, Miami Beach. Sur-
two hrothers, Daniel and
nephew, Dennett M.
I ne niece, Adele I.iften Rubin.
p. Lifter was a Mason a member of
' Shrine, Elks and H'nal IVrith.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
A,.1' '' Service station at 299 N.w
in Street intends to register said
name with the Clerk of tli
Court of Made County
JACK
Sol
BERICK
Attornes
420
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bMhtess under the flctltloua name ol
tjigln Vacuum Stores al 11..1 w
M-ml.-i- Street, Intenda to register s-",!
nan with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I-ad.- County Florida
MARVIN I. ZANK
11/24 .2/1.8^3a ""'"'
'V ii-. -,'V,'. .'nl.'-l^'.'.v'.Tk',';
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C/o LEROY OAKKH
'-' WALTER AVE.
HICKSVILLE. I, 1 N y
f"r,-;,1,iil,'"-l"'I'"1,y, n"lif:"'1 thai
O' a divorce has been I.....ghi ,
you as above styled and you are
herebj required to servi ,, ,..
,;".,'H::!- "; "'- Bill of Comnteln
,'J, :""'"" attorney, and to file the
m~ ....I .,,,-u. i ,,. the office of the
o rthe Circuit Court on or before
-i. Ha, December 1950, other-
, ,' ; oecree pro confesso may be
entered against vu
DATED, Nov. 21, 1950.
I-:. Ii WEATHERMAN,
(Circuit Cour. SSi) '"' C""CU" ''"""
By W.M. W. STOCKING
iMCRRAY GOODMAN """U,y '1"k
Attoi ney for Plaintiff
9M ulympia Building
-Miami. Florida
11/24 12 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tht undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nlme '
Coral Gater at 1911 Coral Gate Drive,
Miami Florida, Intend to register^
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Di..... County, F1
MARIAN PREEPIELD
CHARLES M. FREEF1ELD
< HVIIil s
IS 22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undei
-. ,"
!'--: Coral M
ria., intend Baid im
k.of the 1
1 ...liny. Florida
GUY
I >ada
3-16-22
I. GOLDSMITH
B. .1 FLATAUER
Circuil
Florida.
PRIED,
Owner
AMI SHAPIRO
for Applicant
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
12/15-22-2:. l,:,
of
|ay la
wif,
y
ROBERT J. LEVY
3929 Meridiun Ave.. passed
' C1,day. He Is survived by
l-tliel. The remains were
Si York for services and
.-,..
It'rment by Reach Memorial Chapel.
SALINA ALPERT
of 125 Ocean Drive, passed away
jraaj- Run Ivlng is a sister, Mildred
r''V S| were held at the
ten Mi n orlal chapel.
JOSEPH TRAURIG
folllns Ave. naaaed away
i-rniin The remains wen- sent
Bey york for services and inter-
! l by I.oaoh Memorial Chapel.
BETTY KROMBERG
1 |;,.NU' 47,h Terr., passed
s 1 rlday. She leave- thr.-o
Mrs Mary Cruller. New York
ir- 1-1,,.,.o I^ennan, Miami
BBsii- ;" 1 Mrs l',i"1 Hcrkowltz
1 two brothers, M. .1. Fink-, of
' I I'1 Henry Forrest, of
Services were conducted
i ;"' Beach Memorial Chapel with
, 7 MescheWff officiating.
I followed at Ml. Sinai Cetne-
. I JOSEPH P. STEIN
iway Saturday in a lo 1 .:'' Surviving are his wife,
ch "1 "5' H*n*y ''. of Miami
r ''"' M'lton A., of Cleveland.
""- wjlfe sent to Cleveland
- an.l Interment by Beach
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,, engage In
business under tin- fictitious name of
Dale Tainting Co. at 2247 N.W. 2nd
Ave.. Miami, Hi. intend t., register
said name with the Clerk "l the Cir-
cuit Cnun of li.uio County, Florida
RORKRT DALE BATULOV
ARTIIl'i: NII-SKN
WILLIAM LABRIE
MARX FARER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Bldg.
12/1-8-13-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M.IICI-: is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious n.,,,-, ,,
i. i'u','"^11,.."""'1"""-1 and Van Co
,",|,-N,U ,;..... Street, Mian,,. Fla.
ntenda to reglstei said name with
't1;,l;:vIo,!:,,a,'','','',r.....tot**>
U 24 12 I.8?g1L SATTENSTEIN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tne undersigned, desiring .....na
business ui.....r the fictitious name ol
Adams 11,,1,1 ftl 3030 Park Ave Miami
Beai h, Florida, Intend t,, register said
name with the Clerk ol the C
Curt of Dade Count)-, Florida
BEYMOCR II KOTT and
11/21 .2 ,.s,.r.V,N K K"TT
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned di na -
under the fi I
.Ni.iuiaiiiiN Beauty Salon at 1193 Evi r-
VI an 1 1:, sph, in
Clerk ,,! the Circuit Court ol
County, Florida.
PRANCES M1TNICK
Sol,- 1 >w rn -
BERICK & SHAI'IKl 1
Attorneys foi Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
12 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua name of
Normln Furniture Company at 6211
N.E. -ml Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
tend to resrlater said name with the
Clerk of the Clrculi Conn of Hade
County, Florida.
NORMAN Ii CABEL and
MINA CABEL
U/e-18-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage in
business under the fictitious name ,,f
I ISMKR'S JEWELRY, formerly POL-
lacks WATCH SHOP at 1133
B. W. Mh Street Miami, Hade County,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court <
Dade County, Florida.
MILTON FISHER,
Sole Owner
AMds BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
12/15-22-29 I/.",
,v- J?,R0ER 0F PUBLICATION
,-, -,;;-!-',!','l'IT CI-'RT OP THE
v- ,v>" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
-"..on1! '"K "A|,|: COUNTY,
1. .Itll.A. in CHANCERY, No
X8S91 >.
l''l.'l-!i\',:.,l'u"-"MAN Plaintiff, vs.
mh iiai-.i. 1 1:11:1 .max. Defendant
TO: MICHAEL FRIEDMAN
I .: Jerome Avenue
New York City, New York
ion an- hereby ordered and required
',',,;s''',v'' coPJ "' w""' answer t-, the
1.111 of 1 omplalnt f,.r Divorce, ., eopv
of which is enclosed herewith, on
Plalntirrs attorney, and file the
Original in the Office of the. Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Had.- County,
Honda, on or before the 27th day ..f
December, I9S0 otherwise the allega-
tions of said Rili will be taken as
confessed by you.
Hated Miami, Florida, this L'Ttli day
of November, 1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C, FEIGE,
_...... Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL J. RAM'.
Attorney f..i Plaintiff
1007 Olytnpia Building
12 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious nan,, of
Governor Valet at 135 2ist street,
.Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
register said name with the clerk
or the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
"SI. II. WEISS
11 24 12/1-8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
Dolly's at 4J Bspanola Way. Miami
Beach, Intend to reglstei aald name
with the Clerk of the 1 'Ircull uburt .-f
Dade c->uoi. Florida.
HAWAII KL'MRLE and
SAMUEL ROSENBLATT
BERICK & SHAI'lKi 1
Attorneys for Applicants
120 Lin- "In Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
12 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the flctltloua name ,,r
Ru-EI at :w- Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach Florida, Intends to register i-.ii-i
name with the Clerk of the C
Court of Hade Countv, Florida.
LUBEN CORPORATION
a Florida oorp.
By: BEN SILVER, President
GEORGE J. TALIANOFP, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Applicant
11/24 12/1-8-15
... NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN I (It. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
i.\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE \V
2707s.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MINNIE SCHWARTZ,
1.-. eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands An ilnsl Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are he ebj
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you or
either of you, mas have against the
estate of mix Nil-: SCHWARTZ d<
ceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, to the Hon W F
Blanton, County Judg..... Had.- County,
and file the same in his office In the
thouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date ol the first publl
hereof. Said laims or demands t,,
contain the legal addi : ,im-
anl .111,1 to be sworn t., and presented
as aforesaid >! >.a\.,- w\;\ be barred.
s.o Section 120 of the 1933 P
1 late November 22, A.D 1
RICHARD FRANK'.
As Exei utor of the Last \\ III and
r----.iiii.il- of MINNIE SCHWARTZ.,
I iei eased
PALLOT, SILVER, TATHAM,
ABDO .V MULLOY
Attorneys for Executor
U 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Byer Furniture Company at 2199 N. W.
Mth Street, Miami. Fi,,.-i,la. intends
I., register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv
Florida.
ANNE BYER
Mi IRTI N Ri THENBERG
Attorney
11/24 12 1-8-15
servi,
fforlal
LEGAL NOTICE
"TICE ^?ER FICTITIOUS
X0Tl,-i- ,NAI*E LAW
?u^;i^'"'iltl::l,v GIVEN that
I"** ,. i' :!.'e"'r'; engage in
Vl<-r C !,h'' "''tltious name of
"" Mi ml' t-'"" .Ht 21X K ""Rice
: ; "1;,f'a-. intend to register
"""'" r,/1!. 'h>-.CIrk of the
'"' of Made County, Klorida.
1, ,,K &ACCHBACH
:>-.-, "Kls RAUCHBACH
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t,. engage In
business under the flctltlOUl name of
Sabal Palm Ftood Shop at 5086 N E,
2nd Avenue, Miami. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida
ANGBLO c.M'ITO
Bole Owner
MYKRS, HF.I.MAN .v KA1'LAN-
Attorneys for Applicant
12/X-i:>-22-2!.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Roal at 34K Miracle Mile, Coral Cables.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
Countv. Florida.
ALBERT H FRIEDMAN and
Ri.SK THELMA FRIEDMAN
12/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBX GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Abidor Painters al 1430 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, Intends t" register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "I Had, County Florida.
ANNE ABIDOR
Solo Owner
12 8-15-2S 29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 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 Cant of Had,- County,
Florida.
ISIHoR NUSSDORP
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Applicant
11 24 12 1-8-15
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN" COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA No, 2364 -
RE: ESTATE 1 >F
ROSE MELINSON,
I H i ased.
NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estat,- of ROSE MELINSON, De-
used; an 1 thai on the 2nd da) of
Jan., 1951, will apply t,, the Honorable
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, f"i approval ol I
final report and for final
as Executrix of the estate of R
Mellnson, deceasi -l
This ^1 day of Nov. 1950
GERTRUDE UERSl IN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix,
102.1 Beybold Bldg ,
Miami. Hoi Ida
12 : -8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th,. undersigned, desiring t<> engage in
is in.,1,-r the fictitious name of
"I'A LOCKA GATEWAY INN I
at 1276 Ops 1.....ka Blvd., Opa Locka.
Dade County, Florida, and Intends t<>
register the said fictitious name In
the office ,,f the Clerk of the C
Court of 11 ol.- 'ounty, Floi Ida,
Rl .BERT L. HAMILTl >N
:i ui 12 1-8-15
^'<^*<^4r/,
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
N.C. Ins T. MIAMI X. FLA.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN" AND FOR DADE COUNTY',
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
24952.
In Re ESTATE OP
HELEN SCHAFER,
Ir ,'ased.
To ah Creditors and aii Bataona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Said Batata:
You and each of you. ate hereby
i,"tifi,',l and required t" present any
claim.-- and demands which you. or
either of von, may ha v.- against the
estate of HELEN SCHAFER, de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon W, F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dodo County, and file the
same in his office In the Oouwt)
COUrthOUSe ID Hade 'ounty Florida.
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claim.m
to i,e sworn i" and presented as afore-
said, or same "ill be barred. See
Section i2u of the 1913 Probate \ I
Data November Mr,. A.D 1150.
ESTHER ANDERSON.
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of HELEN SCHAFKR.
I lac eased.
TURK NEWMAN
llv: A. Hl'Iip CUTLER
1 n Counsel
Attorneys for Executrix __
12/8-15-22-29 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bay shore Tourisl Court at 11 > 1 N.E.
I08th St., intend t,, reglstei BS I name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
, IEI "RCiE WERNL1 and
DORIS WERNL1
MYERS, HEIMAN .* KAPLAN
li',1. S,-> hold Bldg.
Attorneys for Applicants
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
S herebj given pursuant t o-
s.ct. 865.09 of the Florida Statutes
that the undersigned desiring t-> en-
gage in business under thi nan
BISCAYNE MARKET at 6101 Blscayne
Blvd., Nlaml, intend to regtsti
said name with the Clerk of the
Clrcut Court of Had- County, PI
I'HII.ll' LENARD
ROBERT BLOOM
Ala us SCHAPIRO
(full partners)
HUTNEH ,\ HUTNER
807 Olympla Rldg.
.Miami, Florida
R: 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name of
Sunshine Halls at ln:ii) 15th Street,
Miami Reach, Florida, intends to
ST said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County.
Florida.
Hi: ISADORE H, SHOULSON
11 21 12 l-S-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
business under the fictitious name of
House of Plastics at 830 S. E. First
St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
CATHY CORP.. INC.,
FBBDA F. GARVY, President
MORTON ROT 11 ENBERG
Attorney
11/24 12/1-8-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
. >P FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
13SSS7.
EVELYN RUSSELL, Plaintiff, vs.
RAYMOND I. RUSSELL,
Defendant.
TO: RAYMOND L. RUSSELL
< 0 Pan American Airways
Columbia House
Berlin, Germany
YOU i*v<_- hereby required t,, serve a
copy of your answer to the BUI of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, and file the original
In the Office "f the Clerk "f the
Circuit Court on or before the 26th
day of December, i!>."9, in the above
styled cause; otherwise, the allega-
tions of said Rill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed by you.
Hated: this 22nd day of November.
1980, .Miami. Florida.
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal.
By: W.M. W. STOCKING,
Deput) Clerk.
RORKRT L. BLOOMBERG
Attorney for Plaintiff
141 .Sevbojd Building
Miami 32. Florida
11/24 12/1-8-15

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DECEMBER 15, 19S0 +Jmis*ncr*Man PAGE 5B MIAMI — BEACH — Religious Directory... Temple uract iRafnrml ill ,._.,. Temple israei (Reform). 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph B. Narot. H. Kaplan. 1tet from weolher vone to welcomemot modern o'51..new furnishings throughout._ ne w collee shop and dm.ng room .newly landscaped tropical gardens... swimming pool...dancing plonned entertainment. nut WII— iwm WFKD STOHC Owner Management T£[fWONf--58-J7< ifivl' I RabbL Dr. Jacob Rabbi Emeritus. Friday evening service! at 8:15 Maurice Samuel's "The Gentleman and the Jew" win be Dr Narofa sermon topic. On Saturday at II. I"r. Narot will resume ol talks on "Jewish Religious tier." Religious school Jewish morning resume his series 'Religious PracSunday al Community 8 I E guest Royal be .III.KJ Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Friday evening service* i i r. 30 Late Friday services at B:15. Hadaasah Sabbath—guest speaker, Mrs Dorothy Kleiner Kink, prominent in that organization. Saturday morning Bervices 6:80. Sunday morning religious gel I 8:46. Sunday evening, center holds open house for youth of community starting at 7:80. Daily Mlnyan 1 a.m. A .Mlnyan can In LUjj.ni. Dr. Jacob ii. Kaplan. Rabbi .•'"•'"'"* of Templi Israel will be speaker and will discuss "A question!" Floral offering will %  "• %  by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bussmann on the occasion of their ',' '•'' Julia and Richard's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow will be hosts nl the reoi ptlon in honor • %  r their wedding anniversary Sabbath • % %  l R:30 a m. Studi nts services st 10 30 Adult disc .:, lead '' %  Rabbi Shapiro on Sunday mot nlngs Ir-1r11 10:30 to 11 :",'• feather-light snowy-white BISCUITS April. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon Cantor Berele Kelemer. The rabbi will beg of late i '• nl.iv night His topic will be Righteous Living." follow. The nubile J^ S any evening by calling center Sunday evening, December IT. \ Siift .in, foreign corrcsitoiutunt, w .. B.B *"~ %  4.<__, &DON ROOFING AND SHEH METAL WORKS „,„ yoc. roof repaired now!: yey will av on s new roof later 8atnfactory Work^ by Experienced Men 414 g W. 22nd Avenue HHONE 4-f MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 lUNDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace IALL WORK GUARANTEED at 9 arranged for r office. Vincent ., will ay pear on Forum Series. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. Friday evening services at a. Sat. urday morning services S:30 a.m. Hnhlil Kver will speak on the Portion of th* Week At \ he will Instruct class in Talmud. Minrh.-t at 4:4."i followed by Bhalos Seudos contributed by loins Duhim. Entires will follow; .Maariv will complete the services. l>aily services at s a.m. followed by class in Mishna by the raiii.i. Mlncha at 5:00 followed by class in Jewish Laws and Customs. Maariv follows. Dally classes Hebrew school Monday through Thursday! 3:30 to 6:3<>. Sunday school i" to i n Registration daily in the office from B a.m. to 8 p.m. Junior Congregation services at in a.m. Bvery Bunday the brotherhood win conduct services at '.< followed by breakfast and cultural program. Rabbi Ever will speak al 9:80 .jnday morning over WKAT on the Oreater Miami Rabbinical Hour. Temple Betn snotom v Liberal). 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services al 8:15. Rabbi Kronish will Bpeak on "Morality —ami Hunger." Oneg Hhabbat sponsored by Men's Cluli Will follow. Sahhath service Saturday morning at 10:43 a.m. liar Mltsvah of Peter Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwartz.. his fifth year .•I m. :lt R:15. e "Essentials of | >neg Hhabbat will public Is invited. Friday evening services at 9:15. Saturday rabbi will speak on e Wick Mishna al by Mlncha, Bhalos services. Rabbi will Portion nf the IIIIM nine; at :i th the Portion nf th 4:ir. p.m. followed Budoft and Maarrt speak on the Weekly Law. Bunday school at 10 a.m. Hebrew school dailj 3:30 to 8:30 p.m. Dally services 7:30 am. and ~> p.m. Bar Mltavah breakfast Bunday al B 80 Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshiboth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Are. Services daily 1 a.m. and ii a.m.; Mlncha 4 p.m., Maariv at 7 p.m. Friday evenlng services al sundown. Coral Gabies HV^SstsSsje^SjwelsssgtevW IN PERSON! JAN PEERCE Sunday. Jan. 21st Miami Beach Auditorium Tickets Now on Sale at Miami Beach Auditorium and Stevons Travel Service 1905 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-3473 LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT— M90 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS N wcaster and Historical Narrator SUNDAY 16 TO 11 KM. WEDNESDAY 1 TO liM P.M. FRIDAY 1 TO 1:4* P.M. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Friday evening services at ">:i"> p.m. First late Friday evening services at 8:30. Kabbi rSrntir-r will officially open the forum season. Cuest speaker will lie Kabbi Irwln Gordon whose topic will be "Trends in Traditional Judaism." Mr. and Mrs. Max ltai>|>a|">rt will be hosts at an Oneg Shabhnt to follow aervktr*. Saturday r Tting services at 8:WV Kabld Hrauer will preach on "A Brothers Itesooiisibilitv." Mlncha at 4:45 followed by bhalos SII.IOM. Junior Con g r e gatio n Saturday 10 a m. to noun. Sunday School 10 to 12 iHH.n. Dally religious school ISO to :30 Daily services 8 am. Reading class. Mishna 4:45 p.m. Min.ha dally Flegler-Granada Jewish Center. SO N.W. 51st Place. Monday through Friday services at 7-30 a.m. Saturday at am. an.l Sunday at X a.m. Mlncha at 5:80 p.m. followed by Maariv at p m. I -' 1I >_ West Miami Jewish Center. 57Z0 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)Rabbi Ezra Lifshits. Friday evening services at 8. Raow will speak. _, Hebrew Academy. 918 6th at.. Miami Beach. Dairy Bervices 7:30 n.m._and B.io n m : Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Friday evening •ervlce .lj •"'„ Saturday al i p.m. there will be s ftory hour Mr children of isMtttfj community. Refreshments '" !" served and Hebrew dan V .,, u ,ll M taught by Bobble Uwer. Mlnchs at P Jtt snd Bha'osSeudoe following Sunday morning s '""'^l' Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David). 135 NjW. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Shaargo Gibralter. ... „_ Dally services s s m. s Saturdays and holidays 5:15 p.m. Bhalos p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob hodox). 301-311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. ... cSSSSStJ singing Mjy£?? u yg& Saturday morning services at Bar MlUvah ofTlarold. wm .,,„, \,:s Ben Corllse. M followed bs Bhalos Beud sp.ak on the Portion Daily religious phut sda) '• SO 9 FrriTjewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce .de Leon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven. Hibbi De Koven will on services Friday al I If %  %  M dally from 4 p Sunday school from Smith will officiFriday evening. Jewish Center 13630 W. Dixie i ., m and Sued'is Saturdays (Or ,,.. In at 5 Rabbi wilt ,„, of the Week. chool M %  y t rm 5 %  ;„ to 6 30 and Sundaj from ti •:45 t lute at Hebrew :3 p.m. IS noon Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: ; Joseph Malek, cantor; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Friday Sabbath service at 8:15. Saturday at B:45 a.m. Torah study of weekly portion of bible. Klddush. Bar Mltsvah club-confirmations class Thursday at 1 with the rabbi. Daily Hebrew school with Joseph Hurtwlts, principal. Presentation of two sacred Torah Scrolls al religious ceremonial Sunday. December :'i at S p.m. Temple Israel. 2020 Broward Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E. Singer, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Singer will Bpeak. North Shore Jewish Centex (Conservative). Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium. 77th St and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. "Religion Behind the iron curtain." will be topic of llym.in vVachtel. guest speaker al late Friday evening services. Mr. Wachtel, who served L'NRA in the American zone for >' %  years was insti umental in rescuslng thousands of Jewish children throueh the underground. Rabbi Fried will conduct tho services, tmeg Bhabbat will be given bv the Brotherhood, after which an open discussion will follow. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Cantor Isaac S. ate at services North Dade (Conservative), Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:1^>Saturday morning services at 10. Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitx. Kervires 5:30 p.m. Friday. Daily services at 7::i" am. and 5:30 p.m. N. W. Religious CongregaUon. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Congregation roung Israel (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Bervices Friday nislit at 5:r.: Saturday at a.m. Mlncha al 5 P m followed by Bhalos Seudos. services Sunday i Thursday 8 a.m. smt ii All Young l.-raei members in rhe area are Invited t" attend TTereth Israel Congregation ot Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. %  ,v evening t 5:30 p tn. Saturday B n m. All residents in that Invited %  attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr 1 ,l|\ Pc •vh es S ,i ill. and Friday night si das mon I RaW Sachs "ill speak r.ti "Por' '' ol 's w ..I. Joseph Arknowl. • H H Vt k ,.,, ,,,. Portion ol ... „,.,, %  daj school at 10 a.in. Congregation beth Ttilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Frldas evening •>: the tabbl ,., .,„• Portion of the Fthaufs' sVu 8 dos7• i .. liollv se v •• 7 a m foir TuesSay. i-. r..n.>wed on md lys, rii '"Wanubeacn Jewish CornmunCenter (Conservative). ity v/ashington Ave.. Miami Beach. erlaTind Hollywood• CJ—Jj %  1801 So. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. M*rius Ranson. "sv^ces Friday at I P J^JJ-Jg will preach Hebrew sessi,u s s. \ ,0 an, ; reli S lo„s ^'^d \coBCongregation Beth uavia t wrvatiT.). Cowl Way Ho^. Rabbi Max Shapiro. 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PAGE 4 B Sinai Hospital Library Expands Another new service was added to the list provided for Mount Sinai Hospital by its Women's Auxiliary this week with the expansion of its patients' library to permit book-borrowing by" all hospital empl lyees. Mrs. Joseph Duntov. library committee chairman, announced that the library, which has m al n DM tlie hospital's second floor, will be opened en M n I 13 and Thin sd,,x 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. for the conenci • :. spital employees. T !l •'< urs ngi d to coincide with lunch period and the afternoon ch I shifts. Library committee volunteers who will take charge of the facilities for hospital emplgyi Mrs. Emile Greenfield. Etingoffs. Weissris Will Prewnt N;i-r'l Scrolls To 4afolrs Outer M^ncom Gould and Miss I ll'nai HViiii Drive To Close Jan. 1.1 January 15, 1951, has been set of the South Florida 13'nai B'rith membership ::paisn. it has been annoui by Bt rnard N< wmark, • | ni' all. A si a >:' socials, smokers and "ousi % %  ties Is being planned by the nine lodges in the Greater M %  council president. George J. Bertman. Onyx di .-k sets will be awarded ship workers in lign and mat men irah lapel pins will be given to enrolling ten members or more in the current drive. Awards also include gold menorah pencils, marcasite tie clasps and Sterling silver marcasite cuff links. th^Wnaf Rvr V p nn d ', Spl ?; V at sons and Mr and M*rs"sam Wei'sthe H nai B nth Council offices i 1 J •> %  at 330 Seybold Building. sel and sons wM P r ent two new I sacred scrolls to the Coral Gables lli: i'rOJgrani monies on Sundav, December 24 Aired Iriilav :,18pm A cnonioi nk„„ L. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will ofP msmmm o,rnm was j f£ er Xr "cen^preSden" 'K :,." th R e !" "* Ralph Bargteil and Joseph Hurwh t^H ,h" w i,z Principal of the religious •Ivin "K £!*" SCh l ,' IS: an w d Melvin Koven representing the confirmation class of 1951. ., The completion of the letters of n the new Torahs will be inscribed no; Ruth Lochb v •' Supiii :-.Snbc and honor Sam iSchulefand .first donor of the and others whose names Boris Elingoff and his family and Sam Weissel and his family will present Sacred Scrolls to the Coral Gables Jewish Center at ceremonies on Sunday, December 24, at 8 p.m. at the center. Mr. and Mrs. Boris Etingoff and tee of the sisterhood will be hostesses at the social hour to follow the services. Jack Silverman, chairman, urges all members who wish to have their names inscribed to contact the center office at once. for ol More ApprtciatM Christmas Gift GjJ FAMILY SIZE $3.50 : Marin I. lets lelicov ..: the pinna. win be written on parchment of Honor to be permanently framed on the center patio. Guests of honor will include members of the Miami Rabbinical 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 Hakashruth FREE DELIVERY "One Trial Will Convince You" SERVING GREATEBl MIAMI MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 Re-Enlists In Marines :: e p. esident Dr. student Jacob H. Kaplan.,will bless the Miami he assembly. Cantor Joseph W. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Top.. B*<.Ud Mirror, and ResilY.ring Our Specialty DESOTO HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA I'huii, I ). .i-w.ii, r 7518 I Oite.paU.,. Pi-Electro. H,d>i Tkrray All r,.-n :lh prlTIU lillll <.r shor/' Ihis nwvtirn stiamhrai.it. firrproof Irnlfl at l.mv. LOW RATES, t.aturlnc mdlnt, iwaiiiiiui drat. Massagi -. olonlca, mineral bttthi and many other health featurea II BBOWNDOIFT, MANAOU N.i. ulliiy 117 Wrsl 18 81 I'L 7-7393 CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 ^ttfSNSSis&vx&s^ii&tt I WANT MY MILK %  ^ ..•vN Bottica na Oitt. ay Southern Beverages 2055 N.W. 7tb ATW Mimnl Phoo. 3-3121 And Be Sure n- FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2CU Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. Snapper Oeefc rt, "0,- a J HRST WCE8.-00P.li 10 R*CE*S MITELY ONLY DOUBLE Ut & 2nd QIHNIEUtS EVERY MCE # TRACK FUTURITV TRACK IN FLA,' -_



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mpAY. D ECEMBER 15, 1950 +Je*isti meridian PAGE 7B r £ &.*. %  M"^**! Capping ceremony for taiHosp:!al took place at kxiliary recently in Ihe [gel. RN.. at left, acting [the class. Also pictured %  her Berncr, Mrs. Samuel Itskin, who were capped to helped with the progra the second nurses' aides class at Mount the semi-annual meeting of the Women's Roosevelt Theatre. Miss Mildred Ann director of nursing, presented the caps are (1. to r.) Mrs. Sheldon Blank. Mrs. Mades, Miss Besse Prager, Mrs. Harold at the ceremony; Miss Elsie Schwabe. m; Mrs. Max Rosen, Mrs. Grace Tucker, Secretary, American hristian Palestine Committee) ooks on I-iael continue to be B'.ten. testifying that Israel is •. of the greatest events of our dern world. Each book has its chapti r. Israel Revisited I Ralph Mi Gill has the unmissable stamp of a newspaper renter who presents facts, events, Icond;!: ns as he sees them. IcGill .(rest in Zionism Israel, iike the early interest |so many others, grew out of tragedies of Hitler's Europe, had a premonition of what tgoinj; • happen in 1938 when many and Austria, witness) d the Nazi parades nning of the racist which ended in genocide. kile McGill did not dream that [Jews would be thrown into Ins, gas chambers, to mad and fved dogs, and to a thousand er fates too terrible to dese, he one who has remem%  ed these facts which too many k already forgotten. He saw [results: the museums of horcalled "ncentration camps, teaming islands of despair hgled with hope called DP H ie Nuernberg trials Ich trie I to witness for justice Be capital of depravity, (first h '.nought rebahilitain Eu. ix' of the surviving 's was the answer. In 1946 v Palestine—after m this dn am of the languishIDP's : Europe—he knew he Jbeen v. ng. Palestine—Israel % as th. nly answer. ankly surprised by f ne. Having grown soil in America li'.uld predate the heroic Jewish farmers as f mazing crops from Ught would pro!" impressed, even I fact that men former doctors. [ ther professionals 1 came agricultural nen and skilled el. 9l to 1 i and rejected [ en from abroad lie ai l would always ... r 'those who need > which they can 'befefour,: :,,„., .. the crad e of I Hue in the Middle •*"''! culture is based on >:'-. "deal as evolved Judai ;: „." He found thc l'-n< 1 gnitv of man has nean <'' II Israel. It is ex%  Hsill Says Torm, "Dignity Ol Man" [as llVal Moaning In Jewish State \.\RL BAE; pressed in a democratic government; in a concern for minorities: in a determination to educate and bring enlightenment to all: in a will to carry the burdens of the infirm, the handicapped and those overwhelmed by the tragedies of life: in the determination to defend what they had built against the aggressive designs of surrounding Arab nations. McGill, after visiting and revisiting Israel, became convinced that Israel is a vibrant reality—a state with great promise in spite of seemingly insuperable problems. In Israel Revisited McGill makes no pretense of writing a scholarly book. The language is frankly journalese. Were it any different it would not be McGill at his best. The straight reporting of the book makes it especially good for those needing an introduction to the whole gamut of subjects related to Zionism. Israel and the Middle East. Board Meeting Slated The board of directors of the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith is scheduled to meet at the home of Mrs. David Alper, 1725 Calais Drive. Miami Beach, on Thursday, December 14. at 1 p.m. The chapter will meet at the Sorento Hotel on Tuesday, December 19, at 1 p.m. I .lei. I people of Israel I vable sacrifices to The Very Best I 0W.CKWS*: BEST BECAUSE: Made Locally -f RESH DAIIYI IT IS DIllCAtilY TANOYI %  %  A lii flavor-$old INUW lor your protection you are the MUST TO OPIN IT! AI Food Store* or Home Delivered Phone 5-5537 T ?!TON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE. — M. B. Phone for Reservations—5-66S1 5-4907 Ail Conditioned IrwlB and Louise Frlhef Mrs. Saul Weingarlen. rec.pienti of caps; Mrs. Harry Markowitz. instructor of the group, and Mrs. Al Berman, who also received her cap. Another highlight of the meeting was the awarding of service pins to those women who had completed 200 hours or more of volunteer work at the hospital. Mrs. Monte Selig, president of the auxiliary, conducted the meeting. Guest speakers were Max Orovitz. president of the hospital, Samuel Gertner, executive director, and Burnett Roth, Miami Beach city councilman. Balkin To Speak "Human Relations in the Hinleah-Miami Springs Community" will be the subject of a talk by Gilbert J. Balkin, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League at the next regular meeting of the Flamingo Lodge of B'n;ii B'rith at the home of Leo Gelvan. 254 East 5th St., Hialeah. The meeting, scheduled for Wednesday. December 20, at 8:15 p.m., will feature a question and answer period with member participation. North Shore Women To Sponsor Brunch A brunch and games party will be sponsored by the North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women at the Delmonico Hotel, Miami Beach, on Tuesday, December 19, at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Joseph Schwartz and Mrs. Mac Benkowitz will be hostesses for the event. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Schwartz at 86-1220. Shoremede Open To Jewish Social Functions A Birenbaum, director of the I Caribbean-managed hotels, has announced that the faeilities of the Shoremede Hotel on the Ocean at Miami Beach are being i made available to Jewish organizations in this area without charge for all social functions. The Shoremede, formerly a restricted hotel, was just taken over by the Caribbean chain and Mr. Birenbaum said that he was delighted to be able to make these facilities available to Jewish organizations. Arrangements may be made by phoning 5-3395. Every Every Listen to WFEC Friday at 10:15 A.M. Sunday ai 2:00 P.M. ggggggggSE ggSBSg Z Bgg ft*"'-' S SE53S E 33 LONDON ARMS S. l. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington ATO. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. 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PAGE 6 A •pJewist fkwidfinr Z^^AliCEMBER 15, << Strictly Neighbors" By HELEN ALPERT HOTEL HOPS: Th "Three A's" at the Clarcmont Hotel stand for the Claremont's very popular manager, Arthur A. Alexander He's initiated Miami Beach's friendliest idea—inviting guests to special "friendship breakfasts" each morning where they can meet each other and start off each vacation-day companionably First Arrivals this week at David Rosner's Hotel Good are the J. A. Besners of Montreal. They're the in-laws of international figure, Harry Bronfman, leading spirit behind Seagram's Whiskey The Bronfmans and Besners spent all last winter also with the Rosners ... JOTTINGS: Publisher Jack Halperin sends word he's not to be expected here this season Delano official Maurice B. Broun flies to Nassau soon for a weekend with Jimmy Carroll at the Fort Montagu You may not have known that Emily Bloch, wife of Max (builder) Bloch is a former art-teacher from Pennsylvania. That explains her hobby—beautiful handicraft "Mickey" Sonnett returned this week from that buying-trip to Manhattan, for highstyle fashions Error in typesetting set the name of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson where Mrs. Sidney Meyer's ought to have been, in the foursome-shot of mothers-daughters at the Westview Country Club. on the Floridian Fashion Page last week. CITATIONS: It's always a welcome thing to see "rewards" being granted— and lately, one was public, one private. Public acknowledgment of his magnificent efforts during the October 17 hurricane came to Hotel New Yorker's Harry H. Cohen, over the WKAT Courtesy Award radio show on Saturday evening. Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce's Jack B. Ross created a stand-out script honoring this month's winners. Cohen's citation was based on the testimonial scroll signed by every guest in his New Yorker, commending him ... A personal letter bearing the same genuine sentiments of gratitude came to Sam Ginsburg of the Royal Palm Hotel. This, too, was from the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen affectionately starting off with "Dear 'Mr. G'." Incidentally, there's a slight alteration in titles at the Royal Palm. Joseph M. Rose is now "owner." And "Mr. G." gets double use—as General Manager. (Rose news from New York is rosy—Sylvia is recovering well from that back-ailment. Dii thermy seemed to be the ticket) MIAMI TOUR: Thoughtfulness carries its own weight—and the AEPhi tradin is carrying now all over the country. The local chapter has • I out invitation.-as usual to all alumnae, wherever they are, to • the gang here at luncheon if they're a-visitinfi this area during ng slidays ... We hear the audience is still chuckling te hilarious fashion-show staged by Jessie Gertman and Sara tind, among others. It burlesqued the bigtime glamor—using shop models with broken-down zippers, absentee buttons, I stvies! NOTING— ^ Sara Gross, consultant case-worker at Family Service Helen Childs. A and P employee on Alton Road, previous winner '• 825 C urtesy Bond, whose customer service has precipitated a : letters to th< organization's national headquarters, in reE] e to thai ad they're running asking for such "notable" letters Willie Oberman, whose one-man art show is on exhibit this I Mi..mi Beach Ait Center Mrs. Joseph Duntov's cony faithful devut:. ti to the Mt. Sinai 'hospital's library Heibie Greenberg's pride in two—his daughter Dorothv. and his ( : '" is hospitality Saul Radler, newest Greater Miami ber t tl e Ami rican Institute of Accountants ... Sid Steiner. first-time production of an important Buying Guide for the Miami Bea h Apartment Association Larry Wilde, the new Showman" comedian, who emcees a flock of men's'club "Y" shin l:gs and New Year frolics with such zip' I VISITORS: ,n Director Eddie Laurence now with the Concord a Lake. N. Y.) used to hold the same post at • H :.il in Coral Gables Mrs. Ethel Lind has trans: l( : resld < Vei i Beach to Miami Beach Miamian currently enjoying reunions with out-of-town cronies is Nathan J. Anderson prev usly, Royal Palm Furniture) who was enter oi an enthusiastic huddle with Brooklyn's Morris Dubler I Aar n Sacks. In turn, the Ben B. Kazans of 22nd Terrace • ng them ... Sprightly events booked the young Joseph Fleishmans (E Ui inge, N. J.) at a S.MCS of dinner-parties—bv Mrs. F's uncle Sai Rosen and his sons Milton and Malcolm. "Malcolm's wife is .''. s : '"• %  / father is head of Blue Ribbon Laundrv M ,' V, C o",-/ Avt v; c J ; 'l Gables. Joe Fleishman's first cousin is Mr! Philip Berman. Royal Palm Ave.. who entertained the couple \ mm M ? family dinner. All the good eatin's are lot Joe—hes recovering from pneumonia. Somebody claims that somewhere. Chinese cuisine has been I kosher label Does anybody know? Maybe ii:e Moy. whose "Golden Dragon" restaurant week on the Beach. Moy's menu presents exotics like B'nai B'rith Council Changes Name B'nai B'rith lodges in South Florida have officially adopted the name of the "B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida" to describe the administrative and advisory unit formerly known as the "B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami." The announcement has been made by Council Director Charles R. Jacobson, following the constitutional amendment passed unanimously by the council at its last meeting. Growth and expansion of B'nai B'rith in South Florida with council service now extending beyond the Greater Miami area is the reason given for the name change. The South Florida Council now includes ten B'nai B'rith lodges located in the communities of Miami, Miami Beach, North Miami Beach. Coral Gables. Hialeah, Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood. The unit was founded three and one-half years ago by Mayor Harold Turk for the purposes of unifying and co-ordinating the service programs of B'nai B'rith in South Florida. Helen Mamber Heeomes Mrs. Sc In Double-Ring Service ymourl In New York I'Vi Teen Agers To Dance Beth David Teen Age Group will hold its second dance on Wednesday, December 27, at 8 p.m. at the synagogue. The affair will be under the leadership of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plotkin. New York's Riverside Plaza Hotel was the setting for the double-ring service which united in marriage Miss Helen Mamber and Seymour Levin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mamber, 1000 Meridian Ave. The bridegroom's parents are the S. I. Levins of Burlington, N. C. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white satin and Chantilly lace made with illusion neckline long sleeves ending in a point over the hand and full skirt extending into a long train. Her fingertip illusion veil fell from a satin coronet embroidered with seed pearls, and she carried a white prayer book adorned with a white orchid and stephanotis. Miss Ruth Levin sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. The Misses Gloria Mamber, Edith Stackel. Audrey Levine, all of New York and cousins of the bride, and Miss Paula Kammitz, New York, were bridesmaids. The maid of honor wore royal | R_„, blue velvet and carried talisman r w" £'wt 0, '' N &; and j ( roses," while the bridesmaids were j !" } Wllln:n Ston. N.C. dressed in identical burgundy I T £ e DI 'ide's mother wore perfj gowns and carried pale pink shell I wl k 'e blue luce over Wue-sra roses. J^f and ;,n rchic > c<4 Mr. Levin was best man for his I T he elder Mi 3 Levin was attire <*M ... \ Mrs. Seymour Let'm bride; Bob Biller, BurlingtonfcT Hacker Baltimore, Md.; Sevnl son Lev Seating guests were Jack m 'ce-green French lace. A gree rin, brother of the bridegroom; or p hl „ cosa 6e matched her gown Milton Mamber, brother of the Judaism Is Topic Of Film Forum Following a reception at tl hotel, the newlyweds leftf 0 tm weeks in Bermuda. Upon the return, they will reside m Greens. boro, N. C. A graduate of Miami Bead Third of a series of film forums High School, the former Mia will be held at the Miami Jewish Mamber was a 1950 cum hud graduate of Woman's College University of North Carolina i Greensboro. She was editor-in chief of the yearbook, one B Loo Opp. Opp meaning "duck" in Chinese. Bufon"t~he "other i Dem Sem of chopped fresh pork, usual mainstay in %  -no. So how kosher can it get —?A11 dissertations welcome' Richard Sernaker Sernaker Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Richard Sernaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Sernaker, 2002 S.W. 12th St., will take place Saturdav. December 23, at 9 a.m. at Beth David Synagogue. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School and a Star Scout in Troop 89. A reception will follow Die ceremony. Relatives and friends are invited. Community Center on Tuesday, December 19, at 8:30 p.m., according to an announcement by Mrs. Samuel Gertman, chairman. Topic of the forum will be |eight outstanding sen: "Judaism—Today and Tomorrow" I member of Phi Beta Kappa, and the film will present a record The bridegroom graduated to, of some of the outstanding con! Burlington High and the M tributions made by Jews in j versity of N : liria. Chape America from this country's'' earliest days. Rabbi Leon Kronish will comment and lead discussion on the film and deal with the Hill, where he was a member o Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. H served in the Pacific for tw years with the navy and is nod problems facing Jews in the; associated in business with United States today. I father. TEMPLE ISAIAH Reverently Announces I Hi: SABBATH I'll I DAY \MPIIT si:itvi< I:S Commencing Friday Evening, December 15th, at 8:15 P.M. In their new and more suitable quai In a most convenient location Better accommodations for increasing atti ndance No. 1 Lincoln Road—Town & Beach Club Building (Formerly known as The Mansion II RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN and the Temple Congregation Extend a Cordial Invitation Fo1 :i! Cooking F„r Home Baking LITTLE SAM'S MEAT & DAIRY RESTAURANT '''• :an Home Cooked Meals Spi %  g in Full Coui e Meat or Dairy Dinners 4j, MV. VI Loc r a,ion Open 4:30 to 9:30 P.M. 441 41st St.-Ph. 58-9563 Air Conditioned MAn Fong 7321 Collins Ave. PHONE 86-5588 "A rare treat in Chinese Cuisine" Lunch — Dinner — Supper Delicious Orders to Take Out Jflnrnt jFcstimtu Flowers on your Table — Flowers throughout the house — every bloom adds the glow of natural beauty to your holiday festivities. Plants


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L DECEMBER 15, 1950 kMisHkriciictn PAGE 3 A 1/7/ Say the train pulls into Troyes, about 100 miles 5 ,{ Paris, the Jewish traveler feels he is *. „ ., s hrine. For here in the year 1040, the %' u \. ,s born. No figure in Galut history has .,., influence upon Jewish life. During nf faith, his commentary on the Torah could in every literate Jewish home. Every toy attained a higher rank as soon as he study Chumash with Rashi. Grey bearded :nic or lay, never became too mature tenment in Rashi's commentaries on Vanished Jewries Of Old France fera round h us I Talmud. IK of Troyes still contains timber gabled row, medieval streets. Branches of the | and interlace the old city. One looks relic of the Jewish past, for a i into a church, or perhaps fo: temidrash bearing the cross of a chapel. But knd for I in vain. No stone marks the unknown 1 hi. Yet 1000 years ago Troyes was a '. e „'.< ci nter of Jewish life. At an early date J> and vineyards; they practiced crafts they plied local and foreign commerce; f ;n money lending, which meant rudiItarv banking in those days. To this background TSuent lif' Rashi returned in his 25th year after Ipjeting his studies in Germany. L and the Tosafists great sage started a stream of creative thinkIthat flowed on after his death. His successors, Tosafi-^ also left a permanent mark upon aism The importance of Troyes may be judged the three Rabbinical Synods held there. They not conventions in the modern sense. For in .ieval tunes, religion was the all-embracing factor Jewish or Christian life. But the mass hysteria tendered by the Crusades weakened and finally Llished this stronghold of the Baale Hatosfim. legend that connects Rashi with Godfrey de 4iillon the Crusader chief, may not be true. But Ireflec'.the state of insecurity that oppressed Irish hearts. Their fears were only too well found)th Predicts access For Icademy Dinner Predicting that the third an! dinner of the Hebrew Acahiy will be the most successful the history of the school, ami Beach Councilman Burnett Ith. co-chairman, announced It over S15.000 in ticket reservaI already been pledged Id sold for the affair which will \o place January 14 at Temple i Shi il T 'iinccment was made a luncheon meeting of the ; tors of the academy at the Grossinger k:. Hotel. |DDavid S. Andron. president •.he ; my, read a report I \ .n Courshon, chairII yi ar's dinner and COj : this year's affair, K its group has also r lor $10,000. I rise Andron and Mrs. %  he! chairman of the \ ttee of the Hebrew Women, which is is[ ivenlr journal for the ti 1 that they have alI $4,000 in ads and i xpect to reach a goal IS' hi date of the dinner. the luncheon besides I Courshon were Dr. IVid S Andron, Benjamin Ap1. Paul Grossinger, Samuel f Dr. Irwin Makovsky, pseph Zemel, Jacob Kaufman, Lobel, Benjamin Sherry. fcrman Basch, Abe Halperin. Wore Goldberg, William Gold, P'is Escot, Samuel Reinhard, Zion Ginsburg, Peter F. sr, C larles Bender, Abraham L. Jack Satin, Samuel | ob Andron. Matthew I tein, and Rabbi Alex. S. I JL Sands of Cleveland, Ohio, I 00 to the academy in T his parents. ed. In 1228. the Inquisition had 13 Jews of Troyes burned at the stake. In 1394 all the Jews of France were permanently banished. Paper Monuments There is a modern synagogue and small congregation in Troyes today. But they have no connection with the vigorous past. The medieval community may have left no physical trace; but a far nobler memorial certifies to its spiritual life. The books of Rashi and the Tosafists are monuments that even the atom bomb cannot destroy. In the Southlands In the second largest city of France, a scholarly community leader, .1. Singer of Lyon, informed me that Jews first brought the grapevine from Italy and thus originated French wines, the best in the world. I cannot vouch for the accuracy of this statement. But there is little doubt that Jews anticipated the Roman legions and settled in the Southlands of France when it was known as Gaul. A trip through the Comitat Venaissin will disclose more Jew. h relics than elsewhere in the land. Avignon In Avignon there are streets still called Rue de la Vielle Juiverie and Rue Reillc Juiverie, in the midst of narrow lanes which was the old Ghetto. The houses are old and hnddled together, a vivid if depressing picture of a Judengasse of the thirteenth century. Nearer the city hall the street names of Rue Abraham and Rue Jacob are reminders of the new Ghetto established in 1286. A nineteenth century synagogue stands on the Place Jerusalem, a square that somehow preserves a lingering fragrance of the vanished past. The synagogue has the odor of a place rarely used. The Germans did not molest the building, and the Shamas, an old woman whose husband fell for France in the First World War, tells you she hid all the Torahs, prayer books, Talathim and silver utensils before the Nazis got around to rifle and to pillage. Capentras Capentras, an hour from Avignon by auto, was an important Jewish center until the middle of the By HARRY SIMONHOFF nineteenth century. The only reminiscence is a synagogue originally built in 1367, with restorati ins and repairs aver since. By far the most interesting Jewish relic of medieval France, it has survived its congregation, now reduced to a lone but garrulous spinster. Madame Moiso, the official concierge of this national monument, opens the Shnl in anticipation of a tip. Without her the tourist is helpless, lor the blank, windowless exterior would never suggest the treasure within. Its Synagogue The interior brings you squarely into the fourteenth century. But it has nothing furtive or shrinking that often characterizes the dark old Ghettos. from its atmosphere, the medieval Jew was res >lutc and believing without any Cowering before the Church Triumphant. This stru also a I 1 history. Christian pride watched attentively that the synagogue should never exceed the church in height. The papal court rendered alternate and rev i decisions boarding up the rounded windows a 1 ve the Ark lest the Hebrew clamors disturb High as 1 Low Mass in the neighboring church of the White Penitents. Archaic Customs The four congregations of Comitat Venaissin seem to have had traditions all their own. The canto) > id on the gallery, and the Torah was read down to the worshipers below. Since the law forbade enlargement, the women worshiped in a cellar below, no longer visible. Subsequently they sat on the bale my and no doubt distracted the chazen, the parnass. and other worthies occupying the choice high seats. An antique curiosity is the small stool, gilded and upholstered, suspended high on the east wall fur the Prophet Elijah. He was hardly expected since he could never sit on it. A wide, ornate, double chair for the Sandek (godfather) holding the child proves that all circumcisions were performed exclusively in the synagogue. These relics survived because Comitat Venaissin did not come under French rule until 1789. Governed by a Papal legate, the Jews were not affected by the expulsion in 1394 out of France. Al the opening to volunteer dor.ors of the Blood Bank of Mount Sinai hospital. Women's Auxiliary Nurses _A.dei Mrs. 1Lou.s Snelman registers the name of Donor Mrs. Samuel Feldman as Dr. Gertrude Shishlow checks the "patient's" blood pressure. fembership Social Set A membership social will be i 1 by the Star Chapter of J h Young Women on I fnday. December 17, at 8 p.m. | I the h .me of Sheila Wishman, I 9th St. unity service projects for 1 P\ will be outlined by President pons K. North Shore Groups Will Meet Monday A joint meeting of North Shore Lodge and Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith, featuring a book review, community singing and a choral group, will be held on Monday evening, December 18, at Temple Beth Sholom. Program chairmen. Mrs. Herbert Cohen and Melvin Pazol, have announced that Abraham Levitan will review the book. "King of the Shnorrcrs" by Israel Zangwill. A choral group under the direction of Robert Strassburg will offer vocal .numbers. Included in the chorus will be the Mesdames George Kimmel. Murray Lipinski, Sonia Danowitz Herman Stein, Charles Fnedland and Saul Hayman. Male voices will include A. J. Kaplan, Leo Steinman and Melvin Altman. Chairman of refreshments will be Mrs. Harold Kelman and Aaron Tulin President Mrs. Bernard Hoffman will head the reception committee. ____ Forer Is Top Man Henry David Forer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer, 2121 S.W. 24th Terr., had the highest scholastic record at Miami High School for the second consecutive month. Young Forer had a 99 average both months. Mrs. florn's Bakery 1171 S. W. 8th Street Serving You — With the finest line oi Pasty. Bread & Rolls Wedding & Birthday Cakes to Order Open All Day Sunday Call 3-1653 SfcNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. CAPT. JOE'S FISH MARTS White Fish Pike Carp Ground Free When you want the highest quality fresh fish obtainable, CALL ON US 1985 S. W. 8th St.— "ON THE TRAIL 425 W. 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PAGE 4 A Jmi*t Fhrkttawi i^IiHPEMB EDITORIAL Thv Jerusalem Issue Once again the United Nations is centering its attention on the Jerusalem issue. Last year, after much debate and little foresight, the General Assembly of the United Nations voted full internationalization of Jerusalem in defiance of sober admonition that such a solution could not be implemented and that its enforcement would prove tragic in the face of Israel's and Jordan's firm determination not to yield to the imposition of an alien, even though international, regime over their respective areas of the city. That the original solution was unworkable has been demonstrated by time as well as by admission of the Trusteeship Council itself. It now seems that some elements in the United Nations are still unrealistic enough to believe that the Vaticanadvocated plan can be forced upon Israel and Jordan. If that is what they sincerely believe, it can only be said that the result can only lead to a serious cricis from which the U.N. will not emerge unscathed. It is a cardinal rule of international law that the sovereignty of states cannot be impinged upon under any but grave emergency circumstances. Not even the most rabid advocates of strict internationalization can honestly contend that such an emergency exists. The fact of the matter is that not a single incident involving the security of the holy places in Jerusalem, or access to them, has occurred since the U.N. has been grappling with the imaginary issue. And it can be rightfully assumed that none will occur now or in the future. It is just unimaginable that sovereign states with control over sacred sites would ever brave censure by making those places insecure or inaccessible to the religious of all faiths. A more realistic plan, and certainly a more just one, has been offered by Sweden. Under the Chent l\vo,ls Worker The Dade County Community Ch !" the midst of us 1951 campaij t r* St N with which to meet the needs 0 heT !$ fare and social agencies which „ eall M upon these funds for their ec 0no ^ ^ These agencies include the JeS^6 and the National Jewish WelTarJ S 0011 armed forces. re ** One of the large groups of the CWERASING JOB TO BE DONE— Swedish proposal U.N. control would be limited only to the holy sites. If the advocates of strict internationalization are really concerned only over the holy places, arid if their intent is not domination of the Holy City itself, they ought to get behind a solution that is fairer to them than to the real parties. tion, Division A, is now brinqir successful conclusion. The work rf larger gifts division has been unstinting byi and notable, and the residents of Si** its personnel a vote of thanks. The Metropolitan Division is the inf, of this campaign, made up of the real 23 who go out into the field, ring the dooSjJ the homes and apartments of the areal! this division is made up of the people who) face the people, who have to exbtaii.. general public what the Chest is abom Z3 a Community Chest is essential to th, welfare and happiness of our area. To do a real job the Chest needs willing workers and hard workers. People of all races, creeds, and walks A have joined in this greet effort to make Cm Community Chest campaign a ringing success] The Jewish people have always met their sponsibilities and obligations. We know that f will do so again this year. Give one day to the Community Chest Men and women are needed as volunteers! one day, January 14. Offer your services immediately by „ Chest Headguarters, 3-7704, or by writinqtol Headguarters. 127 N.W. 2nd Street Dr. Narot To Be Installed As Rabbi Of Temple Israel December 22 I):' Joseph R. Narot will be installed as spiritual leader of Temple Israel at special sei v on Friday, December 22. at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Narot served as spiritual ler of the Reform Congregation of Beth Israel in Atlantic City for ten years. He graduated from Western Reserve University in Cleveland in 1936 with a Phi Beta Kappa record and was ordained by Hebrew Union College ;n 1940. He received his Doctor of Hebrew Letters degree from H. brew Union in 1946. In September. 1940. he was apnted assistant rabbi of Beth Israel In the following vear he ame spiritual leader" of the temple. 1! i as chairman of the Lnited Jewish Appeal in AtlanticCity from 1943 to 1945 as a cochairman in 1950. Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will deliver the principal address and Dr. Narot will respond. Also scheduled to participate in the installation ceremonies are Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel; Dr. Bowman Ashe. president of the I University of Miami: the Rev. Glenn C. James, pastor of the White Temple Methodist Church; I William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed: eration: Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk: Miami Mayor William Wolfarth: Max Meisel. presi' dent of the congregation. Jules Pearlman is chairman of the rites. Assisting him are Judge Harold B. Spaet. co-chairman, Benjamin Bronston. Max Orovitz Monte Selig. Singer. Benjamin Slote. A reception inhonor of Dr Eisendrath will be held in Kaplan Hall following the ceremonv. Mrs. Frank A. Perlman is in charge. Her aide s includes the Mesdames Flagler-Granada Women To Hear Monthly Speaker Women's Activities Group of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will sponsor a series of monthly speakers to be held at their Tuesday afternoon meetings, according to Mrs. Jesse Freed, program chairman. Mrs. Herman Feldman has been named chairman of a forthcoming luncheon. Serving on her committee are the Mesdames Maurice Shaw. Albert Kowalsky and Ralph Lang. Beach Y To Repeat Music. Art Program In response to the rquest of the people who attended the first Beach Y music and art program, a repeat performance will be offered by the organization's music and art committees in cooperation with the discussion group on Thursday, December 21, at 8:30 p.m. This program will incorporate all of the features of the previous summer's program, including musical compositions to set the mood and offer inspirattbn for those people with any interest in either music or art to express themselves with paints, charcoal, or pastels. Interpretive dancing will also be included. Luncheon To Honor Dr. Eisendrath A testimonial luncheon in honor of Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations will be given on Thursday. December 121. at 12:15 p.m. The affair is j being sponsored by individuals I affiliated with the Reform and Liberal congregations in the Greater Miami area. Dr. Joseph R. Narot Max Meisel. Henry Wolff. William D. Singer, Norman A. Rossman. Harry V. Simons, Sie Mendelsohn. Herbert Fiebelman Isaac Levin. Frank Coret. Herman wall. Max Orovitz and Louis Zeientz. Roth Speaks At Dinner Miami Beach Councilman Bur, nett Roth was principal speaker at the Chanuka dinner given by Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach last Wednesday at the Labor Lyceum. Also appearing on the program 1 were Nathan Bookspan. A. Dorff. Mrs. Manya Shubow. Mrs. Louis Peker. Miss Anyuta Melicov. the Rev. Louis Yelsky and Al Blank. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes were hosts at the affair and all proceeds went to the Child Rescue Fund. Beth David Women Completing Dance Plans Beth David Sisterhood is completing plans for its New Year's eve affair. Dave Tyler's Orchestra will provide music for dancing and Larry Wilde will serve as master of ceremonies. A catered breakfast will be served. Reservations may be made by ?l£? x. Mrs Max Bagman at 3-583-. Mrs. Harry Gordon. 2-7135 48-80lS S L ROSen 4 127 OF Flagler-Granada Center Plans New Year's Fete Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center is formulating plans for its third annual New Year s eve ball to be held at the center building. 50 N.W. 51st Place on Sunday, December 31, at 9 p.m. Buffet supper, dancing and entertainment are on the agenda according to Jack Cohen, chairman. Reservations may be made by calling Cohen at 48-9091. The group will meet on Thursday, December 21, at 8:30 pm at the center. Wachtel To Speak "Religion Behind the Iron Curtain" will be the topic of a talk by Hyman Wachtel, who served with UNRRA. on Friday. December 15, at North Shore Jewish Center services to be held at 8:15 in the cafeteria of Biscyane Elementary School. Wachtel. who worked in close cooperation with Chief Rabbi of Israel Hcrzog. was instrumental in rescuing thousands of Jewish children. During his service with UNRRA. he made frequent trips behind the iron curtain. Center Women Slate Gift Birthday Party A gift exchange birthday party honoring all members of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at the group's next meeting on Monday. December 18, at 1:30 p.m. in the center dining room. Highlight of the afternoon will be a review of Ruth Chatterton's Homeward Borne" by Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is program chairman. Chairman of the event is Max Orovitz. Louis J. Krensky is cochairman. Working with them are Max Meisel, Herbert Gelernter, Shepard Broad. George H. Roth. Leo Ackcrman, Harry Boyell. Jerome E. Freehling, Emil J. Gould. A. Albert Green. Max Holtsberg. Michael M. Isenberg, Morris Klass. Paul H. Marks G. Louis Mendelsohn, Frank A. Perlman. Monte Selig, Joseph R. Stein, Elry Stone. Adolph Wertheimer, Myron S. Zeientz, Sidney D. Ansin, Morris J. Kandel, Kenneth Oka, Abraham Zinnamon, Joseph Arkin, Leon J. Ell. Samuel Beckerman. Max Dreyer, i Joseph Fenias, Louis Goldman. S. A. Goodman. Myer Friedman, Frank Kamen. Alexander Kogan, Alfred Rajna, Benjamin Rimer and George Sax. The union is conducting a campaign to raise $1,875,000 for maintenance of the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati and the Jewish Institute of Religion. Attends Funeral Louis Gordon, 775 S.W. 2lst Road, left for Chicago to attend the funeral of his son who passed away Tuesday night. Miamians Named To Regional ZOA Posts Miamians named to regional ZOA posts at the Southeastern regional conference held here December 1 to 4 were Macey Kronsberg and Alex Van Straaten, honorary vice presidents; S. A. Goodman and Gilbert Rappaport, vice presidents; Murray Goodman, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Seymour B. Liebman and Abe Schafer, administrative committee members. Ben R. Winick of KnoxviHe, Tenn., was re-elected president. The new officers were installed at the closing banquet of the meet, at which Dr. Emanuel Neumann was principal speaker. Abe Goldstein, honorary vice president of the ZOA. served as installing officer. Auxiliary Meeting Slated A meeting of the Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary Free Sons of Israel is slated for Thursday, December 14, at 8:30 p.m. at the Seaeomber Hotel Miami Beach. Honor guest is Mrs. Samuel ^Arafe, of the Moses Mendelsohn Auxiliary, Free Sons of Israel, of 'Boston, Mass. Rabbis To Fete Dr. Kaplan On 76th llirthday Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, preskt of both the Florida State i. Greater Miami Rabbinical 1 sociations for the past 15 yeal will be honored at a dinner] be held Tuesday. December 2d the Grossinger Pancoast HcL Miami Beach, on his seven sixth birthday. Members of | Miami Rabbinical Ass3ciatiot their wives will be hosts at I affair. "Rabbis throughout the will pay tribute to the beta dean of Florida rabbis for inspiration and guidance to. younger men," Mrs. Morris Skop. president of the state I sociation of rabbis' wives, said. Working on arrangements: the affair are Mrs. Irving Ld man, dinner: Mrs. Simon Apt flowers: Mrs. Jacob H>mg. sBl reservations; Mrs. Ralph Koven. local reservations. Biblical Film Schedule A film, "Sacrifice of Isaac," be shown Saturday evening, cember 16. at the Miami Jei Community Center under the aL pices of the Greater Miami HI brew Free Loan Associate" 1 according to Samuel Rolhstt president. The movie depicts I Biblical story of the attempt sacrifice of Isaac by h:s fa* As an added attraction, com* films will also be exhibited. Tickets may be obtained all door. Published every Friday i; !" \ by The Jewith Floridian at raySixth street. Miami 18. F oridi. tered as econd-cla matt* M 1930, at the Pott Office of %  Fla., under the Act of Marc" The Jewith Floridian has "j the Jewish Unitv and tM jm Weekly. Member of the Jc" J graphic Agency. •£•"„*? £1 Syndicate, Worldwide rWJt "J3 National Editorial A 0C 'X.jSi? c#n Ai.ociation of En !'!3 Newspaper.. Flori da PreM_A w^_ The Jewish Floridian /_*•, guarantet ehftndlM SUBSCRIPTION ATES^ One Year %  ugg Two Yeare ___^^—FRED K. SHOCHET Edi tor and Pub lithr___ LOUIS ARONOVTTZ Newt Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth SWJ fenhones 2-1141—2-82U_ Telephones Numbef; Volume 23 „ tf 1* FRIDAY. DECEMBER IS, 'H TtrnET 6. 5iH



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PAGE 6 B vjmisti Fhrid/an rag>AY, DBCEMBBi 15, Co-Operative Living In Israel By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN Mi Uebmai who foitnarlj practlo I Ian • S'ew York, • f Miami Beach and a member o( the Flo Ida Bai Association. %  •'.• i of the economic commission ol the Zl i lal Organisation, ind lectured rxtensivel] on Israel and Zlonlam Hi ol thi %  itloiral i--:ii• l of the L'nlted synasji jue of Ameri a and is T. • M.I.. ..r the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mi Mebman iprogram man .>f the Miami Beach Zionist Dlati cl THE EDITOR. There are many who, in their Israel. Many Federations give enthusiasm for tne Jewish State, grants from funds to the Pioneer • voicWi>men or National Labor Comfor all the world, that is one thing —but if we believe that democratic liberal capitalism operated by a democratic government and not the tool either of private Interests or a labor union is best for Israel, as we believe it to be for ourselves and European countries, then we shoud direct our funds to be used for the achievement of such ends. One of the blights upon Zionist activity in this country is that there is too much partisanship which is the reflection of political question the advisability of ing criticism of any of its political mittee for Palestine when the and sociological forms, way of life contributors hoped to help the or progress. Some. however. "Hire State of Israel without reWhose enthusiasm is no less inS ard t0 political creed. tense, realize that Israel has acHadassah grants millions for interests in Israel. Drs. Neumann comphshed so much in so short Youth Aliyah. Its money was and Silver, over two vears ago. t never intended to supply the pleaded that the time "had come means for political indoctrination f or there to be one Zionist organof'the orphans and youth who ization in America working for table. I %  adm.t imperfection are brought to Israel. Yet. priI the welfare of the K'lal of Israel. eek for a beKei way and no marily, through the beneficent-.' \n other party leaders rejected than Ben Gurion of Hadassah. each party receives such a recommendation almost ications to run Children's V.!w j t hin twenty-four hours. If value .if const !" e s in Israel for their express Mi zra ch says it does not seek B • irpose of indoctrinating theiritheocracy in Israel, why should task ahead that mistakes or illadvised trends are almost in'i 1 -' iy ( ,' >wn political concepts and by the | H be a political party. It i • who S am( token effecting a divisive-1nomic beliefs lire in line with id has not ne ss of teaching these children those of the General Zioniststnit disdain tow.,:,! children ,t uses religion as a means of • of ther p. litical faiths and even sf C uring other powers. If Altierhave unfair ,.. Mizrachi Women and lean Jewry .-eased support, the : *??" smatall. Pioneer W ve part of their Revisionist and Beiginwd his tal and realize that some of Israel's economic stress and strain may have been due to what Dr. j Silver termed, "too hasty plans at socialization." As Liebenstein said: "The State of Israel, which has undertaken the daring objective of doubling its population within four years, must keep an eye on the economic processes within and outside the country. But this should be free planning under conditions of freedom and for the sake of freedom." (Italics mine.) To keep a country free means unified equality for all peoples— in schools, on the kvutzot, in the town, before the Bar of Justice and in enforcement of laws. We. in America, should first know all about Israel and then not hesitate to voice our opinions. The shock occasioned by the remarks of Earl McGrath. U. S. Commissioner of Education, and Dr. Eliezer Reeger of the Hebrew University, in condemning the existence of four systems of education dominated by political parties, then will not exist. It will not then be necessary for Nathan. Eban and Ben Gurion to take cognizance of the whispers of many returning American mdustrialists who think i srae] socialist." by f v u • 5C* '**-. Israel's greatest n *| nomic forces can supply a-*! eratic system of cheek. JfH ances which will insure ^3 wholes ome and free state ^1 through the Gewirkschaften camIsrael is more akin to European fitting, therefore, thai I paign, receives many millions of countries than to America. Its •my than,. dollars from America for its execonomy requires greater AmeriI Shochet, editor of elusive purposes, thereby releas-1canization. The ZOA mission of' Jewish Floridian, for his ing other of its funds for political i 150 industrialists in the late, on of this series of artipurposes. spring of 1951 should be of ma-. that through them At the September conference of terial aid but they will find that few people have ht en American leaders in Jerusalem, kraelii do not take suggestions levelop broader and the suggi I in was made that the very Quickly. In the spring of ghts into a part of Histadrut and Hadassah drop 1949 Golda Meyerson suggested nd problems. If any their individual campaigns during t,le neea for piece work in some implied criticism, it the next three years years in : industries. Now, a year and a! iticism of a tirewhich American Jewry are asked half 'ater, this suggestion is finalI ardent worker for the to contribute and invest one billv acceptable to labor. They had nt, devt lopment and lion dollars in Israel. Both groups t 0 see i,s Place in America before success of all the people and said "No!" Hadassah appropriate,ne v realized how the productivity St te of Israel. ]v indicated that most of its funds P er man nour could be increased I The factual reporting of HisgLSi!?*^ H a Israel Th r b y th S incentive method Th( -' y tad-lit activitv and affairs w ii--'adiut could advance no such nece-nA to sh ,,. !; V ? argument. But the Histadrut is ^paaansssts!* Its political arm, Mapai (and to I,. "'stadrut has opened many Sun.e extent. Mapam i is not the i ds and is s,i starting enterSole j : all Israelis lPnses and developments where November municipal elec-' p nva,c capital will not venture lions I a definite rise in : be ause risks are too great and General Zionism and a falling off I I he ''kelihood of profit and reparties General Zion! um Q mto dim. For this the ism could play a tei role if I Histadrut is to be commended. new and younger liberal thinkers F '! r il raiscs money through given the opportunity to "„ p s of ^tock in its American leaders Men such as afflllates but to permit it to comand Sapir have been pete f r Americ an charity dollars guilty of the same partisanship mav we ma ke it subject to ..•d other political criticism. It represents an ideology which tr\ u .i_ many Americans might not want in October, the Associated Press to support if such support meant !t \ u %  • •-; a release giving it greater power than other "On the Trail" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Specials every week 1832 S.W. 8th St Buy Direct — Save Money Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the J-Story U'wtt Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. 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PAGE 10 A +Je*lst)fk)rMlan FRIDAY. DE CEMBER Rabbi tiiordoii To Visit Here Rabbi Irwin Gordon, national director of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, will be in Miami on Friday and Saturday. December 15 and 16. The rabbi is now visiting the major Jewish communities in the Southeast on behalf .if the South. tern Synagogue Conference, regional Orthi idox body, A native of Putnam. Conn., the Rabbi Irwin Gordon union director was graduated from Yeshiva College in 1943 and received his Semicha from the Rabbinical School of the Yeshive in 1945. After graduation he was appointed director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. In 1947 he was transferred to Wayne Un. rsity in Detroit. The following year he was named director of the Yeshiva University Community Program Office, serving the 450 nical graduates of the Y< shiva occupying pulpits through• the United States and Canada, Ral bi Gordon will speak at the evening forum at Conj :. Bl th El at 8:30 p.m. will be honoi at eption Satui lay at 8:30 p.m. at t Sidney H, Palmer, I •-.'. ; Congregation Beth E 304] S.W, 2nd Ave, An :.thi gui sts will be Rabbis Meschelofl J >s< ph E. R ki vsky, Sim M April, Isaac H. Ever. Mu nd I wivi Als i invite i are David Pioneer Women Will Hold Oneg Shabbat Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach will sponsor an Oneg Shabbat on Saturday, December lfi. at the home of Mrs. Rebecca Schwartz, 460 15th St., Miami Beach, according to Mrs. I Henry Seitlin. president. The group sponsored a Chanuka party on Sunday in conjunction I with the Biilik Branch i fie '.i National Workers Alliance. Henry Seitlin served as i stmaster and A. Dorff, 11. Chernowitz and Mr. Ost i ap, 1 on the program. Sam C tli %  and Mr, PiS as ted w Ith arrangements. Seitlin has issued her perlonal thanks to all individuals who ass.sted with the affair. Hotel Thain Is Formed At lloa*li Formation of a hotel chain c. mposed of hotels within the city limits of Miami Beach has been announced by A. Birenbaum. The new organization, known as the Seaboard Hote! Operation Corporation, is the largest hotel chain in the state, lie said. The group, to be called "Caribbean Managed Hotels." includes the Caribbean, the Shoremede. the Scott-Bryan. Tradewinds. El Morocco, Ocean Grande and Daytona Hotel. The chain's facilities run the gamut from de luxe hotel rooms, suits and villas to budget-priced apartments and rooms. Members of the chain will pool their purchasing and rotate their entertainment programs. Beach Y "Fun Night" A gala "Fun Night Program" will be presented at the Miami Beach Y on Saturdav, December 16. at 8:30 p.m. Taking its cue from the Broadway stage success. "Hellzapoppin," the planning committee warns gui Sts to be prepared for anything and everything. U-M 1st In Nation To Add Human Relations Graduate Program A new graduate program in human relations announced by : the University of Miami makes the local school the first in the country to offer both graduate and undergraduate studies in this field. The new program will be offered cooperatively with the uni\i sity's school of education, according I i M A F, Ritchie, chairman of the human relations de%  ment, Students taking the program; must fulfill all the basic requirei ments for a master of education. ree. Three new graduate; courses will be included in the program. One of these is designed I %  tei chi schi K il administrators, supervisi rs, guidance counselors and community leaders. The university was also the first in the nation to inaugurate | an integrated course for undergraduates when a chair of human | relations was established in 1947 by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronsten of Miami Beach. Whitman, president of Congregation Beth Jacob: Hyman Zaidman, president of Beth Tfilah; William Weintraub, president of Miami Hebrew School and Con.. egation; AbraMam Werman. lent of Kneseth Israel, and their wives, Michel Rosenberg To Open At Plaza The Plaza Theatre will re-open on Friday December 22. with what Paul (Pesachke) Burstein, singing director of the South ; Beach showplace, describes as i "the laughtingest revue ever %  presented." Star of the opening stage bill iwill be Michel Rosenberg, popular I Yiddish comedian whose baseball and football routines are classic. Also to be featured in the show are Lilian Lux who will present "Songs Her People Love to Hear" and Burstein himself who will offer a new routine of his inimitable singing and dancing. The music will be supplied by Sam Spielman. Hibiscus Lodge Meeting Time, Place Changed Announcement has been made that Hibiscus Lodge 275 F & A M will meet in its own Masonic Temple at 955 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Meetings, which are held each Tuesday, will begin at 7:30 instead of the usual 8 p.m. Women who worked on the thrift shop fashion show brunch given recently by the National Council of Jewish Women at the Delano Hotel a e (seated. 1. to r.) Mrs. Irving Kobley and Mrs. Alfred Sandier, thrift shop chairman: (standing, same order) Mrs. Neal Kars, Mrs. Ben Margolis. Mrs. Arthur Tiiester. Mrs. Joseph Williamson, chairman of the brunch, and Mrs. N. L. Williams, who wrote lhe script for the program.. LH_~ZZI Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasbergj Miami & Miami Beach's Finest Jewish Funeral Home With DIGNITY \. t lu


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leuosh-EloridGtan FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1950 SEC. B roiiver Twist" To Be Shown In America ivk Named )e spite Protests From Jewish Groups vFW YORK dofitantly anf nc f this week that despite Kail of the Breen Office plear the showing of the alCpdlv anti-Semitic "Oliver Kta?' in lne United S tates the Arthur Hank production would Lain a nation-wide run starting *X, X ; ; on January 19. •Oliver Twist" showing -gc-scale bloody riots in The bused Twist" was onti-9emitic. "Certainly we expect to release in New York City and other major communities throughout the nation," the agency said in response to a question by the American Jewish Press. Member organizations of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, it was learned, have already discussed the prospects of the release of "Oliver Tiany last year and was forced Twist" in the United States, but angry Jews staged marches before guards Id close u r ge protest ieatres. Aimed police tbdued the protestants with clubs l n( l tear gas. Hoses were used on C e demonstrators by German tlicemen. a spokesman, contacted by the American Jewish Press said there was-"no comment" at this time. The NCRAC is comprised of the nation's leading Jewish organizations, including the American Jewish Committee. B'nai B'rith's I Anti-Defamation League, the Si'^nLencatwoyea^agt L^or Committee, the k^'n • ,lhu WM reDortPdlv Jewish War Veterans, the AmerRank, its producer. But Eagle' n Cl Hies, a releasing agency. lold i' 1 '' American Jewish Press %  hat approval for the showing in Jmerica had been forthcoming from Rank. They said the film fcad already been shown in England and Canada. The Breen Office, a voluntary blearing agency composed of motion picture producers, rejected foe application of "Oliver Twist" lor exhibition here. In refusing ihe picture approval, the Breen group ("ted its code which bars films reflecting upon any religious jroup. The role of the vicious villain Fagin, in the Dickens (novel, was written to depict a lew. Observers here pointed out that (the disapproval of the "Oliver Twist" showing here by EagleLion Classics would virtually juiock the props from under the %  box office receipts. Movie houses %  showing the rejected film face possible boycott of other films produced by the major studios, piembeis of the Breen group. But despite the lack of apporvIsl. spokesmen for EagleLion said rthe situation has not changed. IWe plan to release 'Oliver Twist' las planned." They added, however %  that the release plans were subject ti) approval "from upstairs." [Whether top officials of the comIpany would reverse their original |stand remained a mystery. Spokesmen for the company |said Ihey did not believe "Oliver Samuel A. Rivkind. current president of the Miami Beach Hotel Association and a prominent figure in civic affairs, has been named to the national council of the Joint Defense Appeal (JDA). it has been announced by JDA Council Chairman Sidney S. Mover, of Youngstown, Ohio. Rivkind. treasurer and general manager of the Raleigh Hotel, is a member of the Miami Beach Planning Board, former chairman of the Miami Beach Public Relations Advisory Board, a trustee of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, past president of the Business Men's Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and former vice president of the Miami Beach YM & YWHA. In addition, he is honorary president of the*Greater Boston Club of Dade County, a charter member of both the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge and the Jewish War Veterans Post. JWV Post To Seat Willard Bonder Willard H. Bender will be installed as commander of the West Miami Post 223 of the Jewish War Veterans on Sunday, December 17, at 8 p.m. at the West Miami Jewish Center. Others to be seated at the rites are David Dresner, senior vice commander; Arnold W. Brass, junior vice commander; Nathan Ziegler, adjutant; Abraham Isgar, quartermaster; and Leonard Kalish. judge advocate. Civic officials and officers from other veterans units will be on hand for the event. Beach Y To Present Concert Tuesday The music committee of the Miami Beach Y will present a concert on Tuesday, December 19, at 8:15 p.m. at the Y building. To be featured in a program of solos and ensembles are Bert Long, contralto; Evelyn Samuels, soprano: Dr. Paul Beck, tenor; Ethel Kissel, violinist: Miami Rosenberg, dancer; Leon Schiff, bass. Tickets are available at the Beach Y. Tropical Lodge To Hold Dance Dec. 16 Final plans are set for the "Community Service Ball." i i fund-raising function of Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith, to be held Saturday, December 16. in the auditorium of the Miami Women's Club. 17th St. and North Bayshore Drive. The affair will feature the music of Mark Marks' Orchestra | and a program of entertainment. | Chairman Lewis Sternshein and | Howard Levine. in charu ticket sales, have announced that j a capacity turnout is expected from the University of Miami | where Marks' Orchestra has been a long time favorite. Proceeds "will go towards the veteran's service program at Pratt General Hospital and the support of the B'nai B'rith Youth offices here. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Dr. Lester Gordon, A. Budd Cutler, Ernest I Harris Max Braslawsky. Bert Belenke. Irwin Goldhoffe and Bernard Mandler. Chairman of publicity is Alvin Budner and he will be assisted by Seymour Brenner. Tickets may be secured from the B'nai B'rith Council offices or at the door. Guiness Portrays iDisraeli In "Mudlark" Benjamin Disraeli, one of the I great Jews of history who has Ibeen portrayed numerous times Ion stage and screen, comes to life Ionce more in "The Mudark," which will be given a benefit world premiere at the opening of the Carib Theatre, 230 Lincoln | Road, on Friday evening, Dec. 22. Tne movie, which is based on the best-selling book of the same name, affords Alec Guiness, outstanding English stage and screen s'ar. one of his greatest roles as iI f ormor British prime minister. Advance reports reveal that Buness' portrayal of the brilliant and imaginative statesman is the | "nest performed to date. Disraeli's achievements stand out in the annals of the growth of the British Empire. His grandfather, Benjamin Israel >. was an Italian Jew who %  JiiRrated to England in 1748 and oecamo a tradesman under the name of D'Israeli. 11 ^ first appearance in Parliament :n 1837 was far from a success, but in the ensuing yearn. 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fewiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY U^zViNUMBER 50 |rael, Jordan Differ at UN On Plan for Jerusalem LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Jordan and Israel this week differed Ithe United Nations with regard to the Swedish proposal that )y the Holy Places in Jerusalem be placed under international pervision. The representative of Jordan told the UN Special Political ittee that his government* e Swedish plan unMIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS SCHWARTZ SUCCEEDS MONTOR AS HEAD OF U.J.A. CAMPAIGN kp'.able. Abba Eban, Israel's I live, told the session [t Israel supports the plan and L fair and practicable utiun of the issue. In opposing the Swedish pain, Irepres ntative of Jordan said (t while some points of this kposal could bo accepted by his fcernment others threatened his Intrv's national integrity. The In as a whole must therefore [rejected, he said. He concluded "stating that his government lu'.d do everything in its power [prevent the Swedish pan from |ng implemented. Belgium similarly announced [opposition to the Swedish plan. le Belgian delegate said that Is plan was not efficient and fct its implementation would defed on a "legal peace" in Palline. He stated he agreed with tq that last year's United Nate resolution for a corpus taratum had failed only because Trusteeship Council had not kde the necessary efforts to c:v || the statute. He sugBted the creation of-a commitof negotiation with broad |ms of reference to work out (compromise solution. The representative of Australia nounci J that his government [abandoning its sponsorship of still-unimplemented resolubn of last year to establish Jerullem as a corpus separatum and tat it favors the Swedish resolubn which provides that interktional spervision be limited to le Holy Places only. Expressing the hope that Israel pd Jordan will give "categroical purances" on free access to the loly Places and full cooperation lith a United Nations High Commissioner for the Holy Places. le Australian delegate drew attrition to the fact that the attipde of Israel and Jordan in he lit "gives no cause for optimism" respect to the carrying out of le Swedish resolution. I Sir Carl Berendsen of New |ealand said he had been "shockby the "irresponsibility" of Pe General Assembly last year adopting a resolution to place whole of the Jerusalem area hder international trusteeship t.thout providing for enforcement. "Had last year's vote been a Pet ballot a very different reM would have been reached," P,stated. He announced that he support the Swedish proposal for the internationalization f the Holy Places only. 1 Egypt said the only solution l as implementation of previous •' decisions. Yugoslavia supported the Swedish proposal expressing the hope that Jordan would follow the example of Israel and accept it. UN Unit Adopts Resolution For Israel, Arab Peace LAKE SUCCESS. (JTA)—The United Nations Special Political Committee this week adopted an American-sponsored four-power resolution calling for peace negotiations between Israel and the Arab states and setting up an office under the Palestine Conciliation Commission to arrange for the repatriation of Arab refugees and the payment of compensation to those who left property in Israel but are not returning there. Despite its objections to the resolution, expressed in committee debate. Israel abstained on the vote. The resolution sponsors were the United States, Britain, France and Turky. The section calling for negotiations, introduced by the Nationalist Chinese j delegate, was formulated in lanI guage unacceptable to Israel. In outlining the Israel objecj tions. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett placed the blame for the absence of genuine peace in the j Middle East on the Arab states, j He also warned the UN body ] against taking the "road of deadlock" in seeking a settlement in ( the Middle East and a solution of the Arab refugee problem. Leading the Israel delegation in j a diplomatic campaign reminis' cent of earlier Israel battles in the world organization for recognition as a state and in support of Jerusalem, Mr. Sharett defended his government against Arab charges of discrimination in Israel and blasted the Arab governments for refusal to negotiate a lasting peace settlement. He told the 60 UN delegates that the crux of the matter was whether the Arabs wanted peace. If they did, it meant full acceptance of Israel, he said. But. he added, if they did not feel this way. then there was no use talking in the UN any further. "The basic issue is the conclusion of peace," he declared. "If that is not possible, let us drop the matter. Let us leave to time the healing of this wound Asserting that no Arab delegate at any Conciliation Commission meeting had ever been authorized to discuss a real peace settlement, Mr. Sharett said: "This tragicomedy must come to an end. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, director general of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, has been named executive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced this week by William Rosenwald, Rudolf G. Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national chairmen of the UJA. One of the nation's foremost authorities on the problems of Jewish emigration and reconstruction. Dr. Schwartz has been granted a leave of absence from the Joint Distribution Committee to succeed Henry Montor (right), who served as executive vice chairman and director of the United Jewish Appeal since its inception in 1939. Mr. Montor resigned from the UJA to undertake a new financing program for Israel in the near future. Dr. Schwartz's appointment was announced on the eve of the National Conference to launch the 1951 United Jewish Appeal which will be held at the Traymore Hotel in Atlantic City, N. J.. on Saturday evening and Sunday, December 16 and 17. Women Step Up Veterans Activities The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County is stepping up its veterans service activities at Pratt General Hospital, according to an announcement by Mrs. Louis Glasser, conference president. On December 20 the conference will set up a booth where each service man may have his photograph taken and sent home to his family in a folder with appropriate season's greetings. In addition to these "Serve-aHospital" facilities, the "Serve-aCamp" committee, of which Mrs. Clarence L. Cohn is chairman, has sent approximately 150 gifts to service men at Camp Eglin, Fla. Israel Budget Is Balanced LONDON. (JTA)—Except for immigration and security needs the Israel budget has been balanced, David Herowitz, directorgeneral of the Israel Treasury and head of its delegation to the current financial talks here declared this week. Speaking at the concluding session of a golden jubilee meeting of the Jewish National Fund here Mr. Horowitz stressed that the heavy drain on the Israel economy caused by security needs is attributable to the fact that in a situation where there is no peace Israel must defend 600 miles of frontier in flat land. "There is no inch in the entire country which cannot be reached by artillery fire without the enemy crossing any frontier," he said. 300 To Attend UJA Conference More than 800 Jewish 1 representing communities ine\ section of the Unite St will attend the National Coni of the United Jewish App the Traymore Hotel in Atl City. N. J., from Dire,-, the 17. it was announced by liam Rosenwald, Rud Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah is. Wise, national chairmen ol United Jewish Ap] The National Conference will determine American Jewry' financial responsibility toward contemplated emigration oi 100 Jews from eastern Eui North Africa. Iraq and Mosl -m countries to Israel within the next twelve months, and to rehabilitation and reconstruction programs which must be carried! on in many parts of Europe as well as for refugee adjustment in the United States. The 1951 nationwide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal will be the UJA's 13th annual drive as American Jewry's combined fund-raising body for the JDC. UPA and USNA. The National Conference will mark the formal launching of the 1951 drive. Stop Religious Institution, Segregation In Schools, Youth Leaders Urge WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Recommendations that religious instruction should not be permitted i in public schools and that racial segregation should be ended in the United States were underi lined by the midcentury White : House Conference on Children and Youth which concluded a | meeting of 5.000 delegates here | this week. Dr. Abraham N. Franzblau. of the Hebrew Union School of Education and Sacred Music I of New York, was among those who strongly urged the separation cf church from state in the matter of religious education in public schools. Appeal For Workers Issued By Chest Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of the Metropolitan Unit of the Dade County Community Chest, has issued an appeal for volunteers to work in the campaign Jan. 14. Volunteers should call Chest office. 'GW York Congregation To Count tomen In Min van. Call To Torah NEW YORK, (JTA)—Breaking with centuries of Jewish religious %  Mition. the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, a New YorK nn headed by Dr. Mordecai Kaplan—leader of the ReconfJCtionist movement—has decided to count women in a Min>an '•i' 1 call them to the Torah during Sabbath services. ,,„„,.._ In an interview with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, JJr. lyapi. m Mirmed the fact that the congregation voted "overwhelming y, Pfl.v unanimously" to include women among the traditional quo urn F ten Jews-the minimum number needed to conduct group religious princes. The issue had been discussed by members of the congiegaP and its board for months before the final vote Dr. Kap an saia. I The congregation's action was taken, he pointed out in line*"' Pfesire to have Jewish women play a greater role in thes adY ncc Pnt of the Jewish community and in Jewish education. Calling up % omen to the Torah, he stated, was seen by members of the> BAJ s f token of responsibility for women for the continuation f J ev ? sn % V. the Jewish future and Jewish education. He stressed the tact Jewish education is symbolized in the Torah. Delegates Report On CJFWF Meet Mrs. Murry Grossman and I. RI Goodman this week hailed the recent general assembly of the j Conference of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds as "a milej stone in American Jewish history and praised it for "solid gains; made in establishing unity and understanding among various segments of American Jewry." Reporting to the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jew; ish Federation at a special meeti ing called for the purpose last Tuesday night, Goodman said the decision to reconstitute the United Jewish Appeal was "the controlling factor in laying to rest the so-called Blueprint Plan for a national fund raising organization to replace the UJA. as well as the Central Israeli fund raising He revealed the formula under which the funds will be allocated in 1951 to the agencies comprising the United Jewish Appeal. After an unspecified sum is set aside for the United Service for New Americans, the balance of the money raised, up to $55 million, will be apportioned on the basis of 67% to the United Palestine Appeal and 33% to the Joint Distribution Committee. All money raised in excess of $55 million will be distributed on the basis of 87 4 r ; to the United Palestine Appeal and 12'a% to the Joint Distribution Committee. He predicted that funds in 1951 would be raised more easily than in 1950 because this country "is enjoying a wave of prosperity and is faced with increased taxes." Mrs. Grossman devoted her report to a resume of the session on national-local relations. She summarized the talk made by Harold Glasser. director of the Couscil's Institute on Overseas Studies, in which he had pointed out that: 1. Israel's present economic crisis has slowly been gathering weight and has daily been putting increased pressure upon the people of Israel. 2. The new state has limited resources which are inadequate to meet its needs, and the American Jewish community has not been supplying adequate funds for the tasks of absorption and economic upbuilding. 3. There has been insufficient study of the ways and means whereby American effort to assist Israel can be-made more effective. 4. There should be a central planning point at which recommendations can be made regarding relative importance and relative priorities of the various .>'.'ganizations obtaining funds in this country for Israel. 5. Construction of new lowincome homes in Israel is being retarded by lack of materials, skilled labor and transport. 6. New farms are only scratching the surface for lack of water for irrigation and animals. 7. Israel's greatest njied is American dollars. Other reports on the General Assembly were made by Albert 1 Comanor, Max C. Gettinger and j Herbert E. Scher. who read the eleven resolutions which were adopted at the meeting. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers told of her attendance at a concurrent meeting I in Washington, the National Chil| dren's Planning Conference, attended by some 6,000 delegates. President Singer lauded Stanley C. Myers for his work in behalf of American Jewry during his I five years as president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. The entire board gave Myers a standing ovation upon "his triumphant return to his home community."



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jflDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1950 | ( H h El Women To Hold Party A playlet, movie, dessert supper j ^ard games will be features of the party to be given by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth ri on Sunday, December 17, at o oni. at the Dora August LJEorial Hall of the Beth El Center, according to Mrs. Jack president. Th e playlet, -Sarah Finally Says wgj" is written by Mrs. Jacob Participants will be the :1 s William Swimmer, j ac j{ Rutkin, Sidney Palmer and J irmen of the event are Mrs. and Mrs. Swimmer. "Birthday Gift" Will Be Aired Sunday Afternoon "Birthday Gift." starring Hugh [Marlowe, noted Hollywood actor, is the latest program in the radio series Stories to Remember, to be hoard Sunday, December 17, at 3:3 P m over rac io Station [ WKAT. The radio play, adapted from a I story by B. J. Chute, was directed by Earle McGill and produced by [the Institute for Democratic Edlucation. The program is presented in [Greater Miami through Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith and the Flor|ida Regional Office, Anti-De[famation League of B'nai B'rith. ^J^Istrh)ridHain PAGE 9 A %  MIOSOIII Women To The Dramatic Academy will present the Professional Players in a radio adaptation of "Annaj belle Lee" at the next meeting of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday, December 20, at 1:30 p.m., in the temple banquet hall, according to an an See Play nouncement by Mrs. Alexander Robbins. president. Dessert luncheon will be served at 1:30 and the play will follow. In the cast are Bob Brenner, Mrs. Nat Hankoff, Miss Carol Washer and Eugene Yulisli. 7iuo 8 6 Southeastern regional conference of the Zionist Organization of America held in Miami Beach December KrnnthT (, Jy idU ? 9 '„ L t0 u r -> Dr Sidne Mar >. New York; M e" Kronsberg. Miami Beach; Seymour B. Liebman. Miami Beach conference chairman; Bob Persky. Augusta. Ga.; (seated. 1. to r ££L n ? araso a: Ben R Wlniek. KnoxviUe. Tenn.. South' eastern Regional president. Abe Redelheim. New York: Alex Van Straaten. president of the Miami Beach District. Bisfvaiw Rolling | To New Record The Biscayne Kennel Club is Irolling along to new records this (season as the meeting heads into Ithe home stretch for the windup I December 23. Thus far attendance | Hal Temple Israel Women To Fete Collegiates Sons and daughters of Temple Israel members, now attending colleges and universities throughout the country, will be guests of the temple sisterhood at the 1950 homecoming dance on Wednesday, December 27, at 9 p.m., Kaplan land mutuel play has topped last I year's figures considerably. Comptroller Frank Burghart •released figures covering the first 121 days of the meeting wherein lit \.s shown that during that Iperiod $191,385.55 was turned [over to the state as Biscayne's [tax assessment. This sum boils [down to better than $9,000 per HayFurther evidence of the popularity .if the new grading system [inaugurated at Biscayne this year I is proved by the number of top %  choices hitting the payoff station. •During 210 races 72 favorities kon for a better than 34 percentage. Mrs. F. H. Kauders and Mrs. E. Max Goldstein are in charge of this annual project, which will feature a well known band and a varied entertainment program. Council Blood Donors To Meet At Mt. Sinai Volunteer blood donors from the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will meet on Saturday, December 16, at 9:30 a.m. at Mount Sinai Hospital, according to Mrs. Aaron Farr, president. Interested members are asked to call the hospital at 58-8421 or 1 Mrs. Randolph Shevach at 5-7461. %  < a The Showcase of Good Food ^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual j leader of Temple Isaiah, has anj nounced that the temple's new headquarters will be the Mansion House at the Town and Beach Club. 1 Lincoln Road. First Sabbath services will be held on December 15 at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Mann's topic will be "The World Crisis Today." Temple Isaiah is making plans to construct its own house of worship on 20th Street and Alton Road. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh 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 2 ." 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 Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. S. Lobel. Treas. YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING-DON'T LET THEM DOWN! SEND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! ""loo* ** u *• F rr ne 1 brinO •SM33ffi* Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY 22^p er FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. FOOD NET WEIGHT. 55 LBS. This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND— FOR A FAMILY 13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 lb*. 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; 1 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs. Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea; 2 lbs Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF! CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 %  |<) lb $11.75 4 lb Meat 6 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Butter I lb. Oil M lb. Egg PARCEL 19 35 lb $18.75 1 can Sardines 4 ox. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. S .gar Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 16 %  25 lb $12.75 6 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Margarine 2 lb. Veg Fat 2 lb. Rice 2 lb. Split Peas 2 lb. Sugar 1 lb. Prunes 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Oil 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops 4 oz. Tea 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix '/4 lb. Egg Powder 3 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Oil 2 lb. Sugar 2 lb. Lima Beans 2 lb. Barley Vi lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 18 • 15 lb $12.50 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup 6 lb. Meat 3 lb. Butter 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cheese Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. BRAND NEW Philco Refrigerator $240.00 plus duti.. Also 1951 WESTTNGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS NOW — No import license "•ewtary. No red tape. FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO NEW YORK OFFICE: MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE; 145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y. 377 BLAKE AVE.. B Farr Tours Seven (7) other high class food parcels, "lightning fast delivery" from two to four days, containing up to 7 lbs. of Meat. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. Roney Plaza 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 55328 Uptown Office #438 Collins Avenue Tel. M-1472 New ... all five 1951 Westinghouse Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and SOAP 200 Cigarettes incl. duties #Q QC and delivery '^"J 6 bars fancy face soap $3.99 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soap, inclusive duties and deliveries by Air*4 A QC Express lt.T3



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RIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1950 Personally Speaking +Je*istn€>riciinn (•ablpK Lodgo To Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka, 2509 Swanson Ave cuum^ IKVUS^i Smok r he birth of a son, Martin Jerome, on December 12 at's^Fr !" .,.. mem bersh, P smoker and {^.Maternal grandparents are M, and Mri^ToS S&^'SSSS "" Tuesda y evening. December Habbi S. M. Machtei will fly to New York Fridm, t w Center ^A* 1 GabIes Jewish s Machtei af the Commodore 7 Hotel. tt^JSfSjitt SSt! ^,^0^^ by veiling of a monument to the memory of the rabbi's mother I A ,*>* will be glven by vets Minnie Machtei, at Mount Hope Cemetery, Yonkers NY I eran L s cha !" an, Herbert Wefss he Machteis will return in about one week. I ? n l £ e w *ly parties sponsored !^'^ tuberculosis ward patients The bris of Howard Dale Kantor, son of Mr and Mm M„„, .1! TKL HospitaL Ur, ,724 Meridian Ave Miami Beach. i^= AfflBUBftr'tt L ern oon. Simon Botwimck was sandek and Mr. and Mrs L bcrship campaign chan man hoper were godparents. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated Beach Center PTA u.*^SVw*K7 va .K a,io 1 wit u **; and Mrs Alex Plans Card Party ^hen, 2220 S.W. 19th Terr., is their daughter, Theresa, of New The PTA nf th vr fork. Miss Cohen, formerly news editor of The Jewish FloridiaT 1 now on the reseerch staff of Time magazine Miss Bea Shapoff, a student at Wayne University Detroit fcch., will arrive this weekend to spend the holidays with her '-irents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Shapoff, 318 S.W. 28th Road. uae me Mesdames Eve Brick Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Applebaum, 2220 S W ?7th Tor, J* erma n Mechlowitz and Bernard nnounce the birth of a daughter. Susan Joyce.' on December Z*^ n a t Jackson Memorial Hospital. The AppLbaums are SZ L*5S8L *& SUS^jS M ^ enls ol a son Ala Steven fund A11 h^^ !" ^J *H ^ ^C Recuperating at home after a stay in Mount Sinai Hospital 1 Mrs. Mollie Green of 1780 Marseilles Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berger. 2144 S.W. 22nd Terr an-' ^c^ ^ Members mnce the birth of a son, Bruce David, at Mount Sinai Hosoital' ?, S Mode k December 1. Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs i rh^T bers £ Sh I a rct 1 Chapter. ember 8 by Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Sandek was Samuel, Penments" when the group meets Tuesday. December 19. at the home of Ruth David, 2370 S W 22nd Terr. Plans for this meeting were completed at a board meeting held at the home of Roz Ersoff. At that time the group also made arrangements for its holiday social to be held December 23. • %  "ami Beach Jewish Center has completed plans for a card party to be held on Wednesday. December 20 at p.m. in the dining room of the center. Mrs. Leonard Wolfe is chairman of the affair. Her aides include the Mesdames Eve Brick to attend. Tickets may be obtained by calling the school office at 58-2503. freenspan, the baby's great grandfather, and godparents were t. and Mrs. Colman Pont. + Home after a nine-week vacation in Europe are Mr and Irs. Mcrton Russack. 3300 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, and their aughter, Nancy. Their itinerary included England, Belgium, lolland, Switzerland, Italy and France. -* -* Joseph Perlin, a retired associate of the Daily Jewish Forrrd in New York, is now residing at 503 S.W. 17th Ave. Mr. |erlin is the father-in-law of Simon Seiden's son, Paul M. A. Emanuel. of the teaching staff of the Mannheimer •ool, Miami Beach, returned this week from a three months' to Israel. Miss Ruth Slotnick of Atlantic City is visiting her parents. Ir. and Mrs. Sam Slotnick of Miami Beach. She is a guest at le Hotel Good. Leonard Stubins' Make Home Here Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stubins are living at 2164 S.W. 16th Terr, after a wedding trip to Havana. Kabbi Leon Kronish solemnized their marriage on November 5 at the Shelborne Hotel. The bride, the former Edith Block, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bock. 2164 S.W. 16th Terr. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stubins, Baltimore, Md. For the ceremony the bride chose a ballerina length gown of white net and Chantilly lace featuring a fitted bodice, off-thesnoulder neckline with winged collar and long tapering sleeves. A crown secured her shoulder length illusion veil, and she carried a bible showered with white orchids. Miss Edythe Krantzow was maid of honor in a ballerina length royal blue Swiss net with matching stole. She carried a colonial bouquet. Mrs. Irwin J. Block, the bride's sister-in-law, kept the guest book. Ronald Stubins was his brother's best man. The bride's mother was attired in a gown of powder blue lace, while the bridegroom's mother selected a cocoa beaded gown. Both wore orchids. A reception and dinner in the hotel followed the ceremony. The former Miss Block graduated from Miami Senior High School and attended the Universities of Miami and Florida. Her husband attended the Universities of Baltimore and Maryland and graduated from the University of Miami. PAGE 7 A Mrs. Leonard Stubins Dov Chapter Linen Fete Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold its annual linen shower and card party for the benefit of the Children's Village 1 in Camp Rannana. Israel, on WedI nesday. December 20, at 1 p.m. at Beth El. Admission will be linen or the price of linen. Beach Golden Agers Plan Mock Marriage The Beach Y Golden Age Friendship Club will present a mock marriage on Sunday. December 17, at the Y from 1 to 5 p.m. As an extra added attraction, a wedding banquet will be held after the ceremony. The 34 people in the cast of the make believe marriage have been working for the past several weeks to present an authentic performance. Tickets may be obtained through club members or at the door. Workshop Will Present Life Of George Carver Radio Workshop for Democracy will present "The Story of George Washington Carver" on Sunday, December 17, at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE. Local actors to appear in the production include Robert Baron as narrator. Bob Brenner. Irving Fi iedman, Lowell Thing. Sonny Stillerman, Barbara Hutner. Betsy Banks, Vic Knobluch and Bill Grefe. Mrs. Gertrude Marx is director of the program, with Sam Kessler at the organ. THE CHOCOLATE SHOPPE, INC. on 41st Street, Miami Beach Fine Candies Wishes to announce our opening Finest Grade of Chocolates Hand Made Miniatures — in Bulk — Pick Your Own Assortment FRUITS NUTS CREAMS 100 Varieties of Confections Well Known Brands Louis Sherry Bagatelle Durand Page & Shaw Many Others Tlu Chocolate Shoppe. Inc. 449 41st Street Miami Beach Air-Conditioned Management Phone Lee Browd 58-3960 Evelyn Oppenheirr.er We Deliver 5 Women Plan Luncheon Beth David Sisterhood mem1 bership committee is making I plans for a member-bring-amember luncheon and games party to be held Januarv 30 at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry "Laufer, membership chairman, will be in charge of the affair. The group j recently met at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Simkin to outline preliminary plans. 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER 4 RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS CAL HAULING & PACKING WITHEM %  RANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA ONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR |1000 WITHERS VAN LINES MIA M E -r S Ave • 3 2667 Lj M I s OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Rabbi Murray Grauer, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El, will launch his Friday evening forums for the season on Decemebr 15 at 8:30 p.m. Slated to soeak at the opening forum will be Rabbi Irwin Gordon, national director of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, whose sub jeel will be "Trends in Traditional Judaism." Cantor Jacob E Tambor will chant the service and Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport will be hosts at the Oneg Shabbat to follow. 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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1950 Obituaries CLARA W. HYMAN M of IS78 B w. ima St.. passed ,. ,,. Miami hi>si>ltMl on December sh. came here eleven years ago MI Vernon, ohm and Is survived .... ii ii. iiynian. regional Ii,: son, %  %  (.f tile mpan] Floi Ida Power two Blatei B, i,l' Miami. ;i 11 • 1 and Mra. .Mrs. I in |g, l'i ancei a brotbei ffive Wolff, of Zurich, Bwltserland; Mi I Ml i .. manj Sei \ Ii i in Jacob II. Kaplan ph Nnrot at "Th |\ l; I I KADUSH .Mis. Hnth II. ,I.,I Joaeph 1 lantman, ll\ man was bom ,i,. following which were sent to Cincinnati and Interment. GOLDBERG rwnv im the 7th at his S.W. Tili Ave. He was a I state man from New I nine here two years ago. I. hla wife, Anna, and [• iii. II among them a son Isnkiiiiini New York City and another l 0 '" ,,. : .Detroit Services were I "The Miami Riverside" %  i in ML Nebo Cemetery lilil'l'i VI INKS BORSARJ ',„;.' ,V';V Mar >; Ldlgtanl JOB i-it.i.y.t Avenue fPrthgHeld Massachusetts ...." %  %  '. I v. :.. 1 v ::' :;' %  >; %  %  to the r oomptamt' '"' ""' the 8 dn • %  the ofComplaint this j In Circuit Co ur .,„ ,„. b ( ^ury 1951 otherwl will brtaki Hated at Miami, Flo "I Dl c, nil,, i PAGE 11 B • N0T '. C ^ OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FTNAL IV rVM-Mm, D| SCHARGE ROSK 1.11 'sn/ I % --.....—, I LEGAL NOTICE t-EATHERMAN, 1 Ircull i', ,in i. Qrauer officiated. iACOB BEERMAN -]., i awa| "it the 5th 111 a He came here a yrar _/ f ,, ikee, Wise and was i engravi r The remains were sent M %  %  for services and interment by "The .Miami Riverside." PHILLIP EPSTEIN M of --,' Uth St., passe,i away I tr 8 In a beach hospital He 16 years ago from New tnd Was a retired textile bfrchact' Survivors include his wife. fc,r.,li. *>n, Sol .1., a daughter, -Mrs. ,.'i),:;!,. rH one sister. Mrs. Henrietta Si W York. The remains j i iii t<> New York for services Hi by Riverside Memorial Ebipel, Miami Beach. HARRY LEE •j of 1383 Colllna Ave., passed away i. | week. He was a retired novelty from Chicago. A winter I Mr, l.ee is survived by wife, Hasel, The remains were %  at t,> Chicago by the Riverside chapel, Miami Beach, for L Interment, (circuit c, 1 :;;, 1 ;";^,':" Byi M %  M:|,;|; BEN ESSEN and """"' y SHELDON N LBLCHUK Attorneys t,„ Plaintiff 8 i.i Building -Miami, Florida 12/15-22-29 I 3 will %  %  plaint on ,, 1 <> %  embi i. 195 •ii agalm i demandi ,l Kill %  ror the i: B, WEATHERMAN Clerk W.M IV. MAX SILVER .' ding Miami, pi. STOCKING Deputy Clerk. ISAAC HOROWITZ of 121" Lenox Ave., passed awaj beach hospital December n>. He l here eight years ago from Brooklyn and was in the trucking ii. i.aves 6 daughters, Mrs. eddy Mat, MI. Mrs. Dorothy Goldt.in. MiHetty Goldman Mrs, Lee Ml Vdele -Matens. all of two brothers and two listers: also nine grandchildren. Borvswe conducted at the Riverside li-nioiial Chapel, Miami Heach, with abl.i Joseph Rackovsky officiating. Mcrmenl took pace in Mt. Nebo BmeteryNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring •' ,'A h '.' nui IIK KEN COOP" al 1302 \ ,' 5$orldV. c,rcn '• l f&fi RICHARD i^FIN^ K1MME ^ IK' Congress Rldg This tSth das of Noven 1 .,, | ;vsr| M ii,r,,x UBOJ, UM loin Congri ws Rldg .NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCTIT COURT OP N0TICE "NDER FICTITIOUS tinniol, ralgn, %  GIVEN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Me nnile,si,,e,i. desiring to engage In businessunder the fictitious name of Al s Delicatessen at 70S a.W 87th Av.nuo. Miami, Florida, Intends to tho'civ S "i" ," : '""w J th Ul Cte* of Iivrkla. l "' "•"''• ''-""<> %  MORRIS II. NAFTEL 628 Lenox Avenue .Miami Beach, Florida ARONOVITZ A ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Morris II. Neftel UEBMAN A ROS^N SHAFJ At I, ii 2 ttorneya for Applicant • I 12 1 8 -1S MAX BALSKY 1331 Collins Ave.. a winter IWtor from Now York City where ai nainter, passed away this I-,: Surviving la his wife. Bessie; i brother I/ouls. The remains I to Now York for services fcada 3-16-22 I. GOLDSMITH B. .1 FLATAUER Circuil Florida. PRIED, Owner AMI SHAPIRO for Applicant Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 12/15-22-2:. l,:, of |ay la wif, y ROBERT J. LEVY 3929 Meridiun Ave.. passed C1,day. He Is survived by l-tliel. The remains were Si York for services and .-,.. It'rment by Reach Memorial Chapel. SALINA ALPERT of 125 Ocean Drive, passed away jraajRun Ivlng is a sister, Mildred r''V „ S| were held at the %  ten Mi n orlal chapel. JOSEPH TRAURIG folllns Ave. naaaed away i-rniin The remains wensent Bey york for services and inter! l by I.oaoh Memorial Chapel. BETTY KROMBERG 1 |; ,. NU 47,h Terr., passed s 1 rlday. She leavethr.-o Mrs Mary Cruller. New York ir1-1,„,.,„. o I^ennan, Miami BBsii;" 1 Mrs l ,i 1 Hcrkowltz 1 %  two brothers, M. .1. Fink-, of I I'1 Henry Forrest, of Services were conducted i ;"' Beach Memorial Chapel with 7 MescheWff officiating. I followed at Ml. Sinai Cetne. I JOSEPH P. STEIN iway Saturday in a lo U 24 12 I. 8 ?g 1L SATTENSTEIN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tne undersigned, desiring na business ui r the fictitious name ol Adams 11,,1,1 ftl 3030 Park Ave Miami Beai h, Florida, Intend t,, register said name with the Clerk ol the C Curt of Dade Count)-, Florida BEYMOCR II KOTT and 11/21 .2 ,.s r V,N K K TT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned di na under the fi I .Ni.iuiaiiiiN Beauty Salon at 1193 Evi r• VI an 1 1:, sph, in — Clerk ,,! the Circuit Court ol County, Florida. PRANCES M1TNICK Sol,1 >w rn BERICK & SHAI'IKl 1 Attorneys foi Applicant • 420 Lincoln Road 12 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloua name of Normln Furniture Company at 6211 N.E. -ml Avenue. Miami. Florida, intend to resrlater said name with the Clerk of the Clrculi Conn of Hade County, Florida. NORMAN Ii CABEL and MINA CABEL U/e-18-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t., engage in business under the fictitious name ,,f I ISMKR'S JEWELRY, formerly POLLACKS WATCH SHOP at 1133 B. W. Mh Street Miami, Hade County, Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court %  •< Dade County, Florida. MILTON FISHER, Sole Owner AMDS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 12/15-22-29 I/.", ,vJ?, R0ER 0F PUBLICATION ,-, %  -,•;•;-!-', ',' l IT C I-'RT OP THE v,v>" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT %  "..on 1 '" K A|,|: COUNTY, 1. .Itll.A. IN CHANCERY, No X8S91 >. l ''l.'„ l -!i\', : ., l u "-" MAN Plaintiff, vs. MH IIAI-.I. 1 1:11:1 .MAX. Defendant TO: MICHAEL FRIEDMAN I %  : %  Jerome Avenue New York City, New York ion anhereby ordered and required ',',,; s ''', v '' %  co P J "' w ""' answer t-, the 1.111 of 1 omplalnt f,.r Divorce, ., eopv of which is enclosed herewith, on Plalntirrs attorney, and file the Original in the Office of the. Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Had.County, Honda, on or before the 27th day ..f December, I9S0 otherwise the allegations of said Rili will be taken as confessed by you. Hated Miami, Florida, this L'Ttli day of November, 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C, FEIGE, _. Deputy Clerk SAMUEL J. RAM'. Attorney f..i Plaintiff 1007 Olytnpia Building 12 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious nan,, of Governor Valet at 135 2ist street, .Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. "SI. II. WEISS 11 24 12/1-8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name "f Dolly's at 4J Bspanola Way. Miami Beach, Intend to reglstei aald name with the Clerk of the 1 'Ircull uburt .-f Dade c->uoi. Florida. HAWAII KL'MRLE and SAMUEL ROSENBLATT BERICK & SHAI'lKi 1 Attorneys for Applicants 120 Lin"In Road Miami Beach, Fla. 12 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the flctltloua name ,,r Ru-EI at :wLincoln Road, Miami Beach Florida, Intends to register i-.ii-i name with the Clerk of the C Court of Hade Countv, Florida. LUBEN CORPORATION a Florida oorp. By: BEN SILVER, President GEORGE J. TALIANOFP, ESQ. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Applicant 11/24 12/1-8-15 ... NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN I (It. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT i.\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE \V 2707s. In Re: ESTATE OF MINNIE SCHWARTZ, 1.-. eased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands An ilnsl Said Estate: You, and each of you, are he ebj notified and required to present any claims and demands which you or either of you, mas have against the estate of MIX Nil-: SCHWARTZ d< ceased, late of Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon W F Blanton, County Judg Had.County, and file the same in his office In the thouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date ol the first publl hereof. Said • laims or demands t,, contain the legal addi : ,imanl .111,1 to be sworn t., and presented as aforesaid •>! >.a\.,w\;\ be barred. s.o Section 120 of the 1933 P 1 late November 22, A.D 1 • RICHARD FRANK'. As Exei utor of the Last \\ III and r----.iiii.ilof MINNIE SCHWARTZ., I iei eased PALLOT, SILVER, TATHAM, ABDO .V MULLOY Attorneys for Executor U 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name of Byer Furniture Company at 2199 N. W. Mth Street, Miami. Fi,,.-i,la. intends I., register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv Florida. ANNE BYER Mi IRTI N Ri THENBERG Attorney 11/24 12 1-8-15 servi, fforlal LEGAL NOTICE TICE ^? ER FICTITIOUS X0Tl,-i, NAI *E LAW % u ^; i ^'"'i ltl : :l,v GIVEN that I"** ,. „i' :!.' e "'r'; engage in Vl<-r C !, h '' "''tltious name of "" %  Mi ml' t-'"" Ht 21X K ""Rice „: ; 1 ; ,f' a -. intend to register """'" r,/ 1 !. h >-.CIrk of the '"' of Made County, Klorida. 1, ,, K &ACCHBACH %  •:>-•.-, Kls RAUCHBACH NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t,. engage In business under the flctltlOUl name of Sabal Palm Ftood Shop at 5086 N E, 2nd Avenue, Miami. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida ANGBLO c.M'ITO Bole Owner MYKRS, HF.I.MAN .v KA1'LANAttorneys for Applicant 12/X-i:>-22-2!. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Roal at 34K Miracle Mile, Coral Cables. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade Countv. Florida. ALBERT H FRIEDMAN and RI.SK THELMA FRIEDMAN 12/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBX GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Abidor Painters al 1430 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Intends t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "I Had, County Florida. ANNE ABIDOR Solo Owner 12 8-15-2S 29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 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 Cant of Had,County, Florida. ISIHoR NUSSDORP GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Applicant 11 24 12 1-8-15 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN" COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA No, 2364 RE: ESTATE 1 >F ROSE MELINSON, I H i ased. NOTICE is hereby given thai 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estat,of ROSE MELINSON, De%  • used; an 1 thai on the 2nd da) of Jan., 1951, will apply t,, the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, f"i approval ol I final report and for final as Executrix of the estate of R Mellnson, deceasi -l This ^1 day of Nov. 1950 GERTRUDE UERSl IN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Executrix, 102.1 Beybold Bldg Miami. Hoi Ida 12 : -8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th,. undersigned, desiring t<> engage in is in.,1,-r the fictitious name of "I'A LOCKA GATEWAY INN I at 1276 Ops 1 ka Blvd., Opa Locka. Dade County, Florida, and Intends t<> register the said fictitious name In the office ,,f the Clerk of the C Court of 11 ol.' 'ounty, Floi Ida, Rl .BERT L. HAMILTl >N :i ui 12 1-8-15 ^'<^*<^4r / PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 • N.C. Ins T. MIAMI X. FLA. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN" AND FOR DADE COUNTY', FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 24952. In Re ESTATE OP HELEN SCHAFER, Ir ,'ased. To AH Creditors and AII Bataona Having claims or Demands Against Said Batata: You and each of you. ate hereby i,"tifi,',l and required t" present any claim.-and demands which you. or either of von, may ha v.against the estate of HELEN SCHAFER, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon W, F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dodo County, and file the same in his office In the Oouwt) COUrthOUSe ID Hade •'ounty Florida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claim.m to i,e sworn i" and presented as aforesaid, or same "ill be barred. See Section i2u of the 1913 Probate \ I Data November Mr,. A.D 1150. ESTHER ANDERSON. As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of HELEN SCHAFKR. I lac eased. TURK NEWMAN llv: A. Hl'Iip CUTLER 1 n Counsel Attorneys for Executrix __ 12/8-15-22-29 —B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bay shore Tourisl Court at 11 %  > 1 N.E. I08th St., intend t,, reglstei BS I name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IEI "RCiE WERNL1 and DORIS WERNL1 MYERS, HEIMAN .* KAPLAN li',1. S,-> hold Bldg. Attorneys for Applicants 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S herebj given pursuant t os.ct. 865.09 of the Florida Statutes that the undersigned desiring t-> engage in business under thi nan BISCAYNE MARKET at 6101 Blscayne Blvd., Nlaml, intend to regtsti said name with the Clerk of the Clrcut Court of HadCounty, PI I'HII.ll' LENARD ROBERT BLOOM Ala us SCHAPIRO (full partners) HUTNEH ,\ HUTNER 807 Olympla Rldg. .Miami, Florida R: 1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the fictitious name of Sunshine Halls at ln:ii) 15th Street, Miami Reach, Florida, intends to ST said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. Hi: ISADORE H, SHOULSON 11 21 12 l-S-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name of House of Plastics at 830 S. E. First St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. CATHY CORP.. INC., FBBDA F. GARVY, President MORTON ROT 11 ENBERG Attorney 11/24 12/1-8-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT >P FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 13SSS7. EVELYN RUSSELL, Plaintiff, vs. RAYMOND I. RUSSELL, Defendant. TO: RAYMOND L. RUSSELL < 0 Pan American Airways Columbia House Berlin, Germany YOU i*v<_hereby required t,, serve a copy of your answer to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs Attorney, and file the original In the Office "f the Clerk "f the Circuit Court on or before the 26th day of December, i!>."9, in the above styled cause; otherwise, the allegations of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Hated: this 22nd day of November. 1980, .Miami. Florida. K. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal. By: W.M. W. STOCKING, Deput) Clerk. RORKRT L. 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AYi DECEMBER 15, 1950 *Jewisii fhridian PAGE 3 B Mend Conclave L l0 o Young Judaea mem|0VC n H their leaders gathered Kendall, November 24? ml h 'hird annual South 1 -j Y.'.unfi Zionist Conclave W d :I K council officers and i le fl „• annual contests in | „c!S -^-nt night and VL athletic events. Etatbeth Simkowite of the PS? Weizmann Chapter of %  "? %  ludaea was elected chairft the heater Miami Senior "„ Tud lea Council, to sucff Sonny Rubinstein of Beth Vice chairman is Ruth if f Beth El Seniors. Coring secretary is Aim Brie* while Barbara Jbon'n of Petach Tikvah 2£r Judaea will serve as recffi Stary. Jo-Jo Becker of uia i,n Weizmann Senior Judaea fas elected treasurer. The Petach Tikvah Senior .•"... Chapter of Miami Beach In the folk dancing contest and Kipated in the youth comrms„ program at the Southeastern ^conference held at Miami each last weekend. For publishing a pre-conclave JJaper the Sabra Senior idaea chapter was awarded emems of Young Judaea. The stunt ,ht contest was won by the aim Weizmann Senior Judaea Bung witn arrangements for ie conclave were: Herman M. ,pkin of Atlanta, youth director the Southern Zionist Youth mmission; Mrs. Shirley Miller, ,bert Strassberg, Ray Coleman id Zcna Posover of the Jewish kilters Association; Mrs. H. C. [oser, Mrs. Henry Solloway and Bertram Miller of the Zion't Youth Commission and An%  tte Mehch. Florence Abramson, %  ennv Schwartz, Al Heller, Rita lossJJ.an Nevel, Sandy Freedian Edith Feldman, Mr. and [ rs Joseph Pardo, Miriam :heinbeifi and Abe Schafer, 'oung Judaea leaders. Children Give Show [A benefit dance and entertainment were given last Friday evefig by tiie children residing at the )rexel Arms Apartments, 1342 )rexel Ave., Miami Beach. [Participants in the show were Barbara Levy, master of ceremonies: Sanda Schuring, songsfcess: and Susan Riser, ballet and |ap dancer. The show was presented in the Jobby of the apartments where Ihe owners, Mr. and Mrs. LevinJon were hosts to the group. Prowls went to charity. Aaron Courshon, Miami Beach hotel man and civic leader, was appointed co-chairman of the annual Hebrew Academy dinner to be held al Temple Beth Sholom. on January 14. Courshon, who was chairman of last year's dinner, raised more than SI5.000 for Ihe benefit of the school. Cocktail Party Slated Barbara Levine. 5655 Pinetree Drive. Miami Beach, will open her home for a cocktail party to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah. on Saturday. December 16, at 9 p.m. New Motel Opens Al Miami Beach One of the most modern motels in Miami Beach opened its doors to the early stream of winter vacationers on December 1. "Situated in the land of superlatives, in the heart of Miami Beach's most desirable residential North Beach section, this is one motel which needs no name," Edward Kerr, owner and director, said. 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PAGE 10 B JewlstFkirlcHan FRIDAY, DECEMBER T?u)unq tte week, infamous Tagin" By JOE HARRISON FRIED AMERICA: New Twists to "Oliver Twisf The choul-like ghost of Charles Dickens haunted movieland this week while the battle of words to determine whether the allegedly anti-Semitic "Oliver Twist would play Amei ica'a better movie houses continued to take new twists and turns. Eagle-Lion Classics, the releasing agency handed the chore o peddlinu the controversial film, sal uneasily on a powder keg. Hi with the Breen Department's refusal to Riant "Oliver Twist a seal of approval, bookings for the film, spokesmen tor the Pleasing reluctantly admitted, weren't goim; as well as was hop Orthodox Rabbi Writes Book On Prison Lingo NEW YORK CITY (AJP)-An alert 89-year-old orthodox rabbi Who spent 14 years as a prison chaplain, then retired to spend five years authoring a uniqubook 'on prison jargon, estimate* this week that the number of republic. And the Breen Department had turned thumbs down on the charging that it violated a section ot the code barring a mm reflecting unfavorably upon a particular religious group. Th it was last week. As the early dl ys of this week passed word leaked that that Eagle-Lion had appealed the decision; that tne Breen Department would hand down a final ruling in the cast !.... this month. That the Breen Department had not discounted earlier reports that "Oliver Twisf had been denied a seal bore out the report's accuracy. But the fact that no announcement had ben forthcoming on the department's decision, was also viewed as significant. Representing the nations major movie piodutiis. the Breen Department, as a rule, releases an announcement only when its decision is final, and then only a short squib; a filler—just enough to make a linotype operator happy. national voluntary censorship group. And while the film made front page in the movie trade papers and mags. Eagle-Lion's spokesmen were still busily engaged in the somewhat hazardous occupation of denying that ''Oliver Twist — the movie version, at east—was anti-Jewish. The villian !" J£LJ5 Simply depicted as an ugly, loathsome viper they claimed. Dickens tagged the villain as a Jew. The film version, said releasing agency spokesmen, makes no mention of his nationality or religious backpound. Too. they said. Fagin has no accent; wears no tell-tale skull cap. He's just a no-good so-and-so who leads the kids astiayperiod; paragraph. So said Eagle-Lion. Jewish officials and others, too. weren t so sure. At least one major national Jewish organization, representing a score or so of tne big outfits was holding back its fire until the zero hour. American Jewish leaders remembered too well the bloody riots of Polish Jews in Berlin one year ago when the "Oliver Twist" film made its debut. Meanwhile the topic was being tossed around tongues in national circles elsewhere. Movieland just twisted—and waited. The Chief Dew"*, ,.„. T Years ago, year-'round residents of the then sleepy little Jersey Coast summer resort of Atlantic City, had a favorite expression with which to describe the visitorless wintry months. Remarked the veteran beachcombers, "there are more sea gulls on the beach than there are visitors on the Boardwalk!" But this week-end as thousands of prominent Jewish healders and delegates crowded the pathways to the World Famous Playpround for the historic '51 national convention of the United Jewish Appeal, the beloved sea gulls would take a back seat. They faced the distinct probability of being totally outnumbered. The famed eight-mile-long wooden way would be swarming with big city tors; more important, the resort's hotel headquarters for the UJA would be jammed-full with delegates at sessions. Delegates and leaders prepared to tackle a budget that would ke a little fellow's head swoon—and then some. Sorely-needed aid to Israel was likely to be voted to the sweet tune of more than 5100,000.000. There would be the usual thrill and excitment of a huge national confab: important committee meetings: speeches: a banquet oi two; hushed whispers in the corridors—and a "Li Chayim" or two among old friends tor a job well done in '50. But to the trusted and true, the dependables who plug away 12 months of each year to raise the bucks that will take Moshe and his a dismal DP camp existence in hate-ridden Germany to a home in Israel, a none-too-pleasant event waited in store. The Chief—balding, erect Henry Morgenthau, Jr., UJA's enei etic and stately national general chairman—was bowing out. .in wee Oshkosh and big San Francisco would giv well "Li Chayim" at a special gathering in I i : c nvention's closing hours. nthau's departure brought anything but joy to the heari of Mr, Average UJA plugger. For f ur hectic excitement-pa rs the erstwhile Secretary %  : the Treasury and the late FDR's ht-hand man. had blazed the trail of sacrifice and rescue. He ha i ymbol to the little man upon whose shoulders irae succi I'JA campaign has rested. It is the little \v, the one whose name no one seems t I from year to year, who returns home to raise the financial fluid which oils UJA's gigantic gears of world-wide rescue. And to "Joe Cohen. U.S.A.." Henry Morgenthau. Jr., meant determination, foresight, prestigi and dignity. Calculative and direct. Morgenthau had assumed command of the UJA shortly after the huge task of rescuing Europe's Jewish masses was tossed squarely into UJA's lap. The son of America's former ambassador to the Sultan Abdul Hamid of Turkey had done well as UJA's chieftain. Even Morgenthau's opponents could not help but admire his grit and determination in sticking by his guns in the hectic days of inter-strife within the framework of the UJA. In a big hall thousands of the delegates and guests prepared to toast Morgenthau a fond farewell. The little guys would miss him. A watchful eye directed at the head table should detect a sizeable lump in the throat of the Chief, too, as he bows out as the leader of a vital dollar and cents movement which has meant the difference between ilfe and death to countless hundreds of thousands of Jews. 11113 V, l i ... parole violators among Jews tin below the average number of reueators" and that anti-Semitism I With in the walls of Americas penal institutions is "less severe than on the outside. %  \^ ;, prison chaplain. Hal'!'': Hyman E.Goldin made the round-. Of more tiian 1.000 assorted feions at Great Medow Prison, Cornstock, N. Y. On the eve of his retirement and after consoling. aiding and ass sting prisoners for almost a decade and a halt. Rabbi Goldin came to the conclusion thai pi ison ling i used on the radio and in the movies was far from being realistic and correct. The rabbi penned his book on underworld lingo with the assistance of 15 advisers, including a former master dip. a pickpocket. Big Department, an extortionist. Bubbles, a forger. Chop Chop, a strong arm terrorist, and the Colonel, a confidence man. His general editor was Frank O'Leary. a likeable chap, doing a 30-year stretch for holdup. A quiet, dignified individual. Rabbi Goldin aided both Jev.'ish and non-Jewish prisoners during his service as prison chaplain. He doubled as a special worker and assisted the families of prisoners in overcoming various problems. As for Jews imprisoned in penal institutions, Rabbi Goldin said the number released and then rearrested on various parole violations fell below the average number of "returnees." Other chaplains frequently inquired. Rabbi Goldin recalled jestingly, how he I Rabbi Goldm "managed" to keep the number of Jews in prison at a minimum. "After all." Rabbi Goldin told the American Jewish Press, "the Jews in New York State comprise approximately 15 of the total state population yet there are cmlj slightly n than four percent of j e v prisoned n state penal in, tions. Thats a 1, retty gU0( I would think." The common woes and probt of prison life. .-Kldtd 5. Goldin. lessen anti-SemitW hand prison gates, The author of 23 books busily engaged in writing other on history and customs" Jewish holidays, Rabbi Got is a graduate of the New Y„ Law School. He plans a book the Sanhedrin. the ancient brew supreme For the record, Rabbi Gold dictionary on underworld guage educati I n the "01 side" with these terms used those on the "inside:" a Ba Man is an Ini The Ba is the electric i'.usters loaded dice: ( ,x is a 1 chine gun; an Abbey is a fidence man who impeisc the clergy, and a Screw guard. is Strassburg Presents Program At Center Robert Strassburg, musical consultant for the Jewish Centers Association, presented a musical program at the election meeting of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Thursday evening, December 7. Strassburg presented a program of contemporary poetry, prose and Israeli music featuring the works of Bialik. Peretz. Nardi, Gorochov and Ben Chayim. LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH I V 3 MEALS Fine Foods—Spacious Patios—Free Service to Beach Rooms with Double Exposure— Reasonable 827 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-9124 *' 't-iry Something Hew Under the Sun! Sunshine Halls 1050 FIFTEENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH. 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LypA Y, DECEMBER 15, 1950 sraolitc Center To Install Officers it Dinner Ceremonies .Sunday Irving Sperling will be installed ^J^istifhridiari ltD1 esidcnt of the Israelite Cenr at 8 dinner to be held Sunday, tLnibei 17, at 6 p.m. at the £r building. 3198 S.W. 2,4th Spe rling. who has served as vice [.resident of the organization since #. vv ., s formed three years ago, las active in political and roliCiou-i circles in Yonkers, N. Y., I s former home. He was leader tin' Samuel J. Tilden DemoIratic Club lor 14 consecutive {ears ami thereafter honorary [resident. He was founder of the knirit "I Israel and served as its bfesident for 10 years. He also leaded Hie Ulster Heights As_iation for three and a half tears. He is now a member of the oard of directors of the Coral fables Zionist District. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be principal speaker at the banquet. llso scheduled to speak are Mikmi Commissioner Louie Bandel End Norman R. Lyons. Toastjiaster will be Martin Finkelstein. Others to be recognized at the Ijtes are H. B. Gross, honorary president: David Granat first vice [resident: Charles Fidelman, jecond vice president; Sam Sandier, third vice president; Mrs. Ijrry Baron, recording secretary; Klbert We in berg, financial secrearv: Morns Goldberg, treasurer: Mrs, Abraham Dechovitz End Barney Weidenfeld, correponding Secretaries; Bernard Bauer and Morris Aron, serjeants-at-arms. Trustees include Harry Baron, kathan Shenkin and Mrs. Benjamin Sugarman. Members of the board are Jacob Brown. Sam Ezrol, Jack Finkelstein. Mrs. Ben Katz, Mrs. lam Sandier. Mrs. Meyer Simon Inri Frank S. Sulkin. Also ti. be installed at the affair are the officers of the Dora ftein Sisterhood of the center. hey include Mrs. Jack Schwartz, president: Mrs. Nathan Shenkin, first vice president; Mrs. Meyer Simons, second vice president; •Irs. Max Lefkowitz, financial cretary; Mrs. S. L. Cohen, cording secretary; Mrs. A. chovitz. treasurer; and Mrs. elen Stock, corresponding sectary. Former Miamian Dies Word has been received of the death of Irving Eastman, former awii en !t 0, thi S2 rea wh0 P ass *d ., % % %  •;' the Memorial Cancer Hospital in New York Eastman, an artist and decora'" %  vas responsible for the tool Sui : Mlami s most "Sinful homes, as well as restuarants and night clubs. He formerly resided at 4213 Sheridan Ave. and operated a gift and decoratJn Dessert-Coffee H^' :m Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah has slated a dessertcoffee fqr Thursday, December i% at 8 p.m. a t Junior's Restaurant. Miami Beach. Miss Janice Goldiner. who recently returned from the Junior Hadassah national convention at Atlantic City, is scheduled to report. LEGAL NOTICE Irving Sperling The dinner committee is headed by Charles Fidelman and reservations may be made by calling 48-7325. AUGUST BROS RVf 13 the QhSTf 2__ North .Shore Unit Elects Pazol Melvin Pazol was re-elected president of the North Shore Jewish Center at a meeting on Sunday morning. Officers elected to serve with him include Harry Fein, first vice president: Leo Steinman. second vice president; Sam Jaffee. third vice president; Abe Weintraub. fourth vice president; Jacob Maybloom, fifth vice president; Lester Lasky, recording secretary; Carl Markowitz, corresponding secretary; Jack Pritt, treasurer; Philip Pritzert, financial secretary; Harry Tessler, sexton. Board of trustees includes A. Abberback, M. Altman, G. Barg. B. Bass, F. Briskman. J. Croner, M. Dollinger, Dr. V. Dorf, M. Eisenstein, R. Eckstein, S. Feldman. L. Fishman, M. Fenster, A. Goldman, F. Goldman, I. Goldman, W. Gladstone, M. Goldberg. Dr. D. Hendel, D. Harrison, J. Klinger, M. Kaddish, M. Korson, N. J. Kaplan, P. Liebman, A. Mechlowitz, I. Meyerson, S. Philips, A. Stratton, Dr. B. Stern, F. Schneider, A. Sussman S. Solloway, E. Snyder and H. Tessler. Damp Wash 5c lb. Blue JRibbon Min. 8 Lbs. for Flat Work Ironed In This Service 6c Lb. Add. Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS U 3 N. W. 7th COURT MIAMI. FLORIDA Phones: 3-0753, 3-0754 IV ru? T C r,. T0 CREDITORS iv M V '" NTV II I-1KS COURT •N AND FOR DADE COUNTY ";.'-:,;'""' %  ,N PROBATE. Nil i" Re: ESTATE OP SIMON" BERQER, I'en lined. To All Creditors and All Persona 11.1vEstat • '"' l '""'"" l> Asainsi Said v..ii. and ea< h of you, are hereby notified and required to present am claims and demands wi, lc ,,,„. .„ either of you, may have against the estate of SIMON BERGER, deceased %  '"'" ",',. ''-I' 1 '" ": %  Florida, t., the Hon. W. F BLA.NTON, County Judie of Dade County, and file the same in lus office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from thi < %  ; the fn.-t publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the ''-• ll addi I the claimant and !•> insworn to and presenti d a aforesaid, or same win i„. bai i d See Sei tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date Dec ll, .vi>. i9.-,o LOLA CAROLINE URRGER, As Administratrix Cum Ti mento annexo ..f the estate ol SIMi IN BKRO.KIt, Deceased. BERICK & SHAPIRO Attorneys for Administratrix 12/15-22-29 1 5 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fill! DADE Ct)UNTY FLORDA — IN CHANCERY, No. I372S2 ELLEN SMITH i •ITIIKKKr and MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE. Plaintiffs, vs. B. K PACKER and PACKER, "his wife, et al., I lefendants, TO: i: K. PACKER and PACKER, bis wife, if he be married, if alive, and If dead; And all persons having or claiming an Interest In the Following described lands, as heirs, devisees, legatees, creditors, grantees or claimants claiming under B. 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PAGE 8 A %  fJknisti fk>rkfian]_ FRIDAY, DECEMRPD ,, Pereo To Sing Horo January 21 Jan Peerce, noted Metropolitan Opera tenor, will appear in a concert at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium on January 21, under the auspices of the North Shore Jewish Center. The tenor launched his twelfth nationwide tour in October upon his return from England, where he made his European debut in London. He arrived in the British capital after a tour of Israel. In addition. Peerce's summer .-schedule included a combined vacation and concert tour of South America where he made his bow at the Teatro Colon in Bogota. Peerce limited his Latin American engagements to four concerts, despite the numerous offers which poured in after his debut. Current plans call for an extended visit next season. The tenor also made his annual appearances at Philadelphia's Robin Hood Dell and New York's Lewisohn Stadium. In between, he flew to Hollywood where he worked on the sound sets of World Artists, in an all-star concert film to be released by Twentieth Century Fox. Tickets are available at 1905 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, and :. s< rvations may be made by calling 58-3473. Beth Jacob To Hear Education Leader iuel Gordon, field director educational consultant for the Mizrachi Educatioi l C immittee, will speak on "Problems in Jewish Education" at the late Friday ervici to be held at the b Synagogue on Dcembi 15 at 8:30 p.m. G don, a graduate of the University of Buffalo and the Yeshiva Univi rsity Graduate School, re• %  ly 'eturned from a visit to [srai I, vhere he made a thorough the Is:.i' li school system. The %  • is here to • a survey of the traditional religious schools in the area and i.-.: I hi i port at a meeting of '-he Beth Jacob Board of Edtion nn Thursday. December 11. at 6 p.m. NORMA KAYE Teacher of DICTION • PHONETICS Speech Impediment Correction Call 58-4822 Evenings Write: 830 3rd St.. M.B. Center Basketball Season To Open Sunday Evening With an opening scrimmage win over the Northwest YMCA. 72-60. and a clinic under the i. med Bunny Levitt, holder of the world's foul shooting record under their belt, the Miami Jewish Community Center junior varsity and varsity basketball teams are primed for their opening exhibition games with the Miami Beach Y on Sunday. December 17. at 7 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. The center faces its opening battle with a roster of veteran ball players, led by 37-year-old Dave Davis, who is entering his fifteenth year of competition with the home team. Also included in the Miami Jewish Community Center lineup are Bernard Wexler. who starred at DePaw University in 1941 and 1942; Leo Marks, a St. Johns University freshman player in 1941 and a member of the Miami Jewish Community Center team for the past two years; Goody Sculky and Eph Cohen, who have also represented the center the past two years; Ben Grossberg. who also "toured the New York Catskill Mountain "borscht circuit." Sy Baum, a university student, will add the needed youth and spark to the club. An evening of dancing follows the games at 9 p.m. Fried Joins Law Firm The law offices of Berick and Shapiro announce the association with their firm of Samuel W. Fried. Fried attended New York University and St. John's University and began to practice law in 1931. He was also admitted to practice before the Interstate Commerce Commission. In New Judge Silver Heads B'nai B'rith Council Judge Sam I. Silver of West Miami has been named president ii the B'nai B'rith Council, it has been announced by Charles R. Jai obson, executive director. Other officers include A. J. Kaplan. Alvin Corneblum and Jack Gold, vice presidents; Dr. U ti r Cordon, recording secretary; Marvin Rauzin, financial secretary; Albert J. Beer, treasurer. The council voted an increase] in funds to the 1951 budget of the B'nai B'rith Youth office headed 1 Beach Zionists Present Volumes To University The first two volumes of the Hebrew Encyclopaedia were rei cently presented by the Miami Beach Zionist District to University of Miami, according to I Alex Van Straaten, president. Given as a Chanuka gift in observance of Jewish Book Month, the volumes. Van Straaten pointed out. are a token of a Hebrew library of more than 100 books to be formally presented to the university in January. Hebrew newspapers will also be included in the gift. The library is a project of the group's education committee, of which Sydney J. Greenberg, professor of Hebrew at the university, is chairman. In the absence of Dr. Bowman Ashe, university president, Malcolm Ross, university editor, accepted the gift. Opera Unit Formed Organization of a Miami IU a Jvisorv committee fo r th'^ 'fng „f musjc g -waders, was an* this week. S ann unced advisory committee for'tES?* Guild, consisting of mu gJN bv Selma Lewis. FOR RENT In comfortable private horn room bath. with twin beds. Next to Laundry, phone, kitchen Zionist Board To Meet The board of directors of the Miami Beach Zionist District will meet Monday, December 18. at 8:15 p.m. in the card room of the Vanderbilt Hotel, according to an announcement by Alex Van Straaten. president. A full report on decisions of the recent Southeastern Conference will be rendered by Seymour B. Liebman, conference chairman. Louis A. Falk. ZOA national vice president and chairman of Israel projects, will be on hand. Samuel W. Fried York City he was a member of the firm of Lilienfeld, Shepard & Fried. During World War II. Fried enlisted June, 1942. in the Coast Guard, serving three years two of which were with the intelligence unit. After his discharge, he was associated with the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and then with the War Assets Administration. He has spent the last four years in Miami Beach and was formerly one of the owners of the Miami Beach Marine Basin. He is a member of the American Legion. Post 1. Washington, D. C, Jewish War Veterans of New York and the Power Squadron in New York. Golden Agers Will Hear Social Security Oificial The Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will have as guest speaker Kenneth F. Valentine, assistant field officer of the Miami Social Security Bureau, on Sunday, December 17, at 2 p.m. His subject will be "The New Social Security Laws and How They Affect Our Elder Citizens." Dessert Card Party Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold a dessert card party on Wednesday, December 20, at 1 p.m. in the Melvin Cohen Hall. 4250 Flagler St. Mah jong. canasta, bridge and other games have been planned by Mrs. Harold Cohen, chairman. and civic leaders, a s U a S l lov this week. S annou nci August Geiger was chairman of the group at T^ liminary meeting. j U dc P K !" Oka is co-chuirn,"; ge a S ni Robinson organizational C K a u man. lna ffThe unit is meeting this M to plan a program designed? support the guild in its pre !" ,? lion of two operas this season 'Elixir of Love" is scheduled for January 13 and 15, and t,r men for Febru ary 24 and 21 Alumnae To Meet r F h \ Sig a SlKma Alumnurf Greater Miami will hold tto monthly meeting at the homerf Mrs. Robert Rosen, 3201 SW 18th St., on Monday, Decent 18, at 8:30 p.m. ""* Plans for the purchase of i movie projector for the Cerebrd Palsy Association will be dis. cussed. M SS ? 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1950 i Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN PAGE 9 B About People Bobei I Nathan's resignation as nic adviser to the Jewish II become official beippears in print Let noted labor lawyer is Israel for an important ,,„.. ,n He will stay there nths or more Ben Q not left the confines ince its establishment, ition outside Israel nt in Greece where he W H1 :., ther pursue his great hobbv Greek classics Lord the first Palestine High Commissioner who just reached of eighty, is said to have pletely orthodox. People close to him say in the past few years he has been strictly %  11 orthodox practices ... Sid Caesar of television fame is the > n of an immigrant family. i fore neither a Greek Italian. Philadelphia Story After Mr. and Mrs. Holtz of Philadelphia announced a gift for hment of a trade school :n Isra I they became the targets I ol Si mitism. They received a number of calls denouncing them for giving their money to ; instead of to American Iinstitutions. At first the Holtz's I thought the threats came from I cranks. But when the calls I mounted they called the police and for a week a police guard I watched their home against a I possible attack | BOM .Mot When Defense Secretary Marshall addressed the Weizmann Institute dinner last week he reImarked that Moses was the %  architect of selective service but I that the deferments Moses grantled could not be wisely used toIday. Undo: Mosaic Law the weak Iin spirit, the builders of still lundeduated homes and those who %  were about to consummate the Imarriace union were excused %  from military service |fact.s' And Figures More men than women speak Hebrew in Israel. Over 68% of Bel Aviv's residents speak Hefcrew. Jerusalem is only 3 points Tehmd while in Haifa only 57% mploy Hebrew. A breakdown of Wie statistics shows that 71 per pent of the men in Jerusalem fcptak Hebrew against 61 per cent lor women; in Tel Aviv the ratio p M to 62 for women: in Haifa It is 62 to 51; in Tiberias it is 72 [ and in Safed. bastion of [ lism and mysticism, it is |2 to 39 About Books If you haven't gotten around |> reading Joseph Gaer's short fovel "Heart Upon the Rock," a Podd, Mead publication get the rk at mce. It is a fascinating Jwry i ; the effect of the enpoaehment of a changing civilizafon on the soil-loving Jews of a "mall town in Bessarabia. Ludwig ewisohn has rightly called it a fork of art with so complete a pMrol of our perished Jewish p m Eastern Europe that it pes above the milieu and the P? ." depicts and becomes a pmool of the Jewish spirit in IM l d • : Rea ding recently indre Maurois' "Proust; Portrait •rn a c .,T. en f lus '" Har Per, I came •&, the fact that the great artist EL?"* al heart over the antifmitic incidents he came across. K-iA r relates that Proust, of P'>h mother and Catholic EliY.." r" nplained over his inr u > to make pilgrimages to tandf u ceme tery where his randfath ,. in f u i finment of a ri „ he never understood. hi* ye ? r t0 l *y a Pe bbl e nis parent's grave" Best e „ava!anche recent books battle in the birth of, tato? xJ 1,,m: s ^ K!ue s "Watch '• ,! Morning," published by Hrper .. In this troubled .is a must to understand R u we are going to handl. IV Ono"" ", "" "' 'he line,and mor. objective studies is the i yojume "Soviet Politics: Dilemna ol Power." by B ton Moore, Jr.. publish S... The Dartmouth Bible, edited by Roy a. Chamberhn and Herman K, I I. man and published by Houghton, Miffl.n. is the kind of book the modern reader of the Bible has been looking forward to. No one will question the publisher's claim that (he Dartmouth Bible answers a pressing need of the American public The bard and the bardchen and the folksman no longer grace and give color to our Jewish scene. Thev are of another age, .me that has gone nto oblivion through time and the hands of Hitler. But who among us who still rememb. folkways and folklore and ancient custom and tradition is not moved by reminiscences of that past 9 That spirit and age has been recaptured for us in Sol Lipzin's' iphy of Eliakum Zunser published by Behrman House, the poet and bard who was not only legend among the millions of! Jews who perished but who for' many years was a beloved figure in our own community. Maule Employees Hold Annual All-Day Outing Employees of Maule Industries, Inc. largest producer of concrete building blocks in the nation, held their annual outing at Crandon Park and Virginia Beach last Sunday. More than 2200 were on hand for the outing, which was under the direction of F. Paul Anderson, production manager of the company. Assisting Anderson with arrangements for the event were Mrs. E. P. Maule chairman of Maules's board of directors; C. B. King, president: and John H. Gerken and M. F. Pafford, vice presidents. A fried chicken dinner and athletic competion were on the agenda. *VSM^^EJ5?* Fete A radem wtolMUmi "S„^S ^ 11 wn.ci.udtaBiai„ic„ki. Open Membership Drive children and general assembly Phyllis Mcchlowitz. Eileen Nash lau cned a membership drive The g^ C ] ub (|f tho Michael Resnick. Margie FriedWlth a re ception and tea at the religious school, under the dirccp ,', Barbara Kaplan. Wendy h !" e of Mrs. Isadore Goldberg, ',"" f Bt 'i Yemen, chanted the H D Myron V engel, June Far'108 6th Terr., Di Lido Island ess a oars, .\iiieci Stone was program chairman. resentatives of 25 cla Puppet ; ,, c include, P •. ... .. %  the VICJH-. ....... u„ r > %  Participants in I Genii V gP ,er J Lipkin. Richard Kate Howard Stein. Adrienne fiS^'H : B • "ale Berman. ,n 1'•' B'alolenki. Marcia Cohen. Forrest, Sherri Grossinger Kaplan. Harold Kllin Carol Lee. Kenneth Rosen. Susan Saperstein Susan Shaffer. Bernard Singer. Donald Sussman. Steven Tessl..,-,. DavaJZlotshewer. Roth Named To Lodge Civilian Defense Post Edward R„th has been named chairman of the newly organized Civil Defense Committee of : Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. it has been announced bv Sidney Aronovitz, lodge president. Purpose of the committee will be to enroll 200 volunteers in the current Dade County defenseprogram drive. To Honor Mrs. Kirstein Divis m W len's nch 692 will h Yetta Kivju in at a Cha latke party on Sund mber i -'.^ HK ini man Leonard nan, Harry G i : hlowitz, Abraham Hankoff, IraCWal10, at 8 p.m. at the Labor Lyci ^an d_lrvng Lchrman. J ^^^_"' — '' Wtdfcm your table B] MANISCHEWITZ CHICKEN SOUP clear or with matxo bolls • rice kreplach • noodles BY THE BAKERS OF WORLD-FAMOUS MANISCHEWITZ MATZO > No Jewish Boys Sent To Delnquent Home Judge Paul Fromer. county judge of Tannersvillc. N. 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PAGE 2 B *JtwlstncrkHat) JSMLMCEMJt, t,.i.„„ cream ever; irhere. ler Pw 13. N.'y" Distributed Exclusively by Brea kstone Bros., Inc., 153 N. E Ph. —ArdinonWorking on plans for an intensire membershio drire to be conducted by the Miami Beach Jewish Center are (seated. 1. to r.) Sol Goldman. Joseph Rubin, Samuel J. Halperin. chairman of this year's campaign. Morris Kriegel. Paul Eisman. Morris Frisdland; (standing, same order) Oscar Mamber. Jack Roland. Al Osheroff. Sigmund Schermer. Milton Weinman. Sam Nudelman and Ben Zion Ginsburg. Others on the membership committee include So) Goldslrom. Sam Lipton. Jack Mintxer, Harry Sirkin. George Talianoff. Samuel Tritt. Frank Gordon, Wolfie Cohen and Al Zablo. Goal is to increase center membership to 1000 families. Lenore Bergida To Wed New Yorker, Ceremony Scheduled For December 17 Thi %  ment and forthcoming marriage of Miss Lenore Bergida to Jerry Altholz of L.in^ Island, N. V. have been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs Andrew X Bergida, 3280 S.W. 2nd Si. The wedding will take place on December 17 in the home of the bride's parents. A ( a pioneer Miami Beach family, the br:de-elect graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami and Florida State University, where she was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honorary. She I a member of Colman Zwitman Chapter ot B'nai.B'nth Young W men and former secretary and -:ant to Dr. Harold Rand. Her fiance attended New York schools and served with the armed forces in the European Theatre for two and a half years. He is associated with his father, Michael Altholz. in the knitted textile industry in New York. Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Stein of Baltimore, Md., formerly of Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Marilyn, to Herbert Leonard Silverstein. son of Mrs. Sara Silverstein of Baltimore and Jack Silverstein of Pittsburgh. Pa. Liebmans Are Hosts At Chanuka Fete Mr. and Mrs. A. Liebman were hosts at a Chanuka party at their home. 342 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, last Sunday evening. Mr. Liebman kindled the first Chanuka candle and his wife led guests in traditional holiday songs. Present were Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goodman of New York, H. t Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tarr, Mr. and Mrs. J. Liebman and son. Mr. and Mrs. D. Liebman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Viniker and daughter, Mrs. Hellen and son. NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS Mount Nebo Cemetery Desires to protect and cooperate with its present lot osm' l Mount Nebo has reserved certain sections (1 and tin present lot owners only, that they may add to their £J] estates such additional properties as they may desi !" that their families will remain together. '" In order to keep this space available for Dresent lot ownnl only, it has been necessary to increase prices on thi property effective January 15th. 1951. All present lot owners are urged to reserve such space J they need prior to this date so they may take advantaw of present rates. HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday, 10:30 A.M. Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-82011 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President New Group Organized David Polstein of the Downtown Synagogue (formerly old Beth David) has organized a Chevra Tilim and Kadush composed of daily worshippers. PIZZA! VERA PIZZA NAPOLITANA BY "TRIXIE" CONEY ISLAND'S FAMOUS PIZZA MAKER • VILLA CAPRI 0 ITALIAN RESTAURANT • COCKTAIL LOUNGE COR. N.E. 2nd AVE. AND 27th ST. 9-2557 FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alto completely equipped large Kother Kitchen for Wedding., Bar Mitrvahs, Cart) Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION rfU*w $ W fc BEACH year next lancee c S0c J5Q.Q3 r^tZ^aSZ Savings Acco Jhm Fedeml Savings HAIR IFFICC DORIN KICK OFFICE 1U0 liecele tttt 743s CelHes IM Me M-mi M u.nj, C C C1IMINIL .. Resource! Over $17.500 000 LILLIAN 11 I IK II A \ I S iist Street Flower Shop 423 41st Street Opp. Sheridan Theatre Phone 58-7221 FLORAL FASHION 1ST In Complete Wedding Service Specialising In Decorating Private Homes and Hotels SMART CORSAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE DELIVER WOKKY About Your MMHI A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuyres Mad* to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIOHTS, SUNDAYS &. HOLIDAYS S3-19M JACK & JILL CATJEHO* a. w.w,mtt oSmS^Si. -METROSmoked Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA New Shipment of Herring§ and Greek Olives Dial 5S-53M MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE



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AY# DECEMBER_15,_1950 ins For Observance Of Jewish Musical [stival Will Be Discussed Monday JJesbtBoricUar} PAGE 5 A in the r participation ^observance of!the seventh Kwish Music Fest.yal will E£ed by the Greater Mi•frwish Music Council at its heon' meeting on Monday, ; hl .. in. at 12 A room of the Greater Miami ich Federation, it was an' s d by Cantor Samuel wncr chairman of the council, stations have been extended Uviduals prominent in the field of-Jewish music, and representatives of leading tish organizations to attend participate in the formulaof plans for the celebration Find which is being observed nationally from January 20 through February 20. "Robert Strassburg, music consultant of the Jewish Centers noon *in the | Association, has been designated to work closely with the council, and his service will help immeasurably in assuring the success of the plans for this year," Cantor Kelemer said. Any organization wishing to avail itself free of Strassburg's consultative service in planning for a Jewish Music Month program is asked to call the Jewish Centers Association at 82-6556. Illu< leihi.ili To Be Hold Here "Maccabiah" is the in all the Jewish Greater Miami. Preparations are now being rushed for participatheme song | the school gaining the most I Schools of i points. The trophy is a contribution of Mrs. Matilda Ratner The Maccabiah is a Chanuka | tion in this athletic carnival which feature sponsored by the Bureau will be a duplicate of the recent Maccabiah held in Israel. The Maccabiah will be held in two sessions—in Town and Beach. On the Beach, the function will be held at Flamingo Park on Sunday, December 24, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. In Miami, the event will take place at Shenandoah Park, 1800 S.W. 21st Ave., on Sunday, December 31, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The athetic carnival will include dashes, standing broad jump,.hopping relay race, run and throw-back relay, bean bag on head relay, large and small school relay, all-age relay, softball throw, playground ball throw and three-legged race. Entrants for all events will be divided into nine age categories from six through 15. Supplementing the athletic events will be a march and display by the participants of all schools and a torch bearing relay of representatives] of each school, all dressed in Maccabean tunic, symbolic of the i Israeli relay run from Modin to Jerusalem which preceded .the I opening of the Maccabiah in Isj rael. A song contest among all j schools and a special show will' complete the program for these Chanuka celebrations. Special ribbons will be awarded to individual winners in each event. A grand trophy—the prizewinning Menorah in the Tel Aviv design contest—will be awarded of Jewish Education in cooperation with the Jewish Schools of Greater Miami. ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB invites you to attend Its Next Meeting Wednesday, December 20th From 12:15 to 2 P.M. To Hear • MENDEL FISHER Executive Director Jewish National Fund of America Who Will Speak en "The Jewish National Fund as the Foundation of the Jewish State" • Harold Shapiro Toastmaster LINCOLN MANOR 2 Lincoln Road Tariff SI.55 Per Plate (Incl. Tip) Public Invited Sponsored By ZIONIST DISTRICT MIAMI BEACH f • \ Miami's Foremost — Vegetarian. Dairy and Fish STAR RESTAURANT Now Open SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH. DINNER SAME DELICIOUS FOODS SAME MANAGEMENT 841 Washington Ave., M. B. Phone 5-9182 — 100% AIR-CONDITIONED — SAUL KENHOLZ Konholz Kosli>r Meat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON "yf^7 Exclusive for "999' (Cor. Almeria Ave.) *^W^ Real Kosher—New York WHOLESALE & RETAIL WE WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS We are under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director M YOUR ESI IT WILl oPiM HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHFETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd F!oor Domestics '261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach ••**' ~^jr££********* W ... o. ** "• p,| S Miami Office 153 IWE. 29th St. Phone 82-17:11 i



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PAGE 8 B FRIDAY. DECEMBER is l85Q THl'lEST IN KOSHER FOOD! I Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Planning a Party? Party Knishes Sandwiches Decorated Buffet Platters Roast Turkeys • Stuffed Derma Roast Broilers Retail Delicatessen Cocktail Franks • Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers of L II Distinction For AH Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Soecia! Attention to Hotels cind Organizations yaWi UxmdwAitlnq, By DAVID MEYER Personal service through handI writing analysis, by David Meyer. There is nothing more revealing of your character, personality and vocational traits and aptitudes than your handwriting. Have David Meyer, trained and expert-' enced handwriting psychologist,! give you a psychological checkj up. Send at least 12 lines written I with pen and ink—no ball point— in self-addressed, stamped en-1 volope with 50 cents—no stamps— | to David Mever. The Jewish Floridian. P. O. Box 2973. Miami Florida. The following sample is from a letter by a successful businessman who despite his security, is a frequent victim of gloom, irI ritation and intolerance with his wife and two children. IN THE MAIL ty^jL^ £cJLl-r* Editor, The Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: There seems to be a lot of talking around town and questions asked about Erica Morini's nationality. I think I can safely say she is Jewish, born in Vienna. We both happen to have the same maternal uncle, and several years ago her brother, Albert Morini, the famous impressario, asked me to locate a kosher hotel for his aged parents at Miami Beach. RUTH BROTMAN. V2 CHICKEN Fried to a Golden Brown (Not in deep grease) Gobs of Shoestring Potato*! Hot Biscuits & Jug of Honey n .15 [ "The World's Most Famous Chicken Dish" • BIG SELECTION OF OTHER DINNERS "FTLET MIGNON— 2 Vegetables. Salad Hat Biscuits & Drink s ^ RaJkeM 4402 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 84-2978 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends And Patrons LARRY MARKS & CO. 157 N. 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PAGE 2 A Jfrt ist iTcridiari INF Official To Visit Miami Area Mendel N. Fisher, executive directoi of the Jewish National Fund of America, will be in the Greater Miami community next week, according to Leon J. Ell. chairman 01 the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami. Fisher, who has held the post of executive director for the 16 years, has been identified with the Zionist movement in this country over a period of many years. He served as a member of the actions committee of the World Zionist Organization and participated in its last meeting in Jerusalem. He was also a delegate to the last World Zionist Congress in Basle. A former journalist and social worker, he is a member of the executive of the Zionist Organization of America and former co-director of the United Palestine Appeal. He was national field director of the Zionist Organizatior ol America. During his incumbency as the executive director of the Jewish National Fund, huge sums have' been mobilized for the redemption of the land. His tenth anni..:> as director of the fund celebrated with a nationwide dinner given in his honor. • Leading personalities of the movement. • og all part and groups, partii pati I Because of his l>ng association with the Zionist movement, he knows p important Zi< nisi and abroad. Hihas made a special study of the land problem in Isnd ol first hand ...'. ng land iuding ameI itioi nd irrigation On Wednes lay. 1 er 20, : will add:. SS National Fund Coun: at the Mian i Jev sh Center !! I A Frida; • 8:15 p.m.. Fisl heduled to conduct the Ol S rvices at Temple Beth SI :. W: it shall Be R : the American Jewish B'nai B'rith Youth To Gather Hore For Annual Regional Conference Organizations in District SgAY^EMBER Mendel .V. Fisher Community Towards Israel." He will be guest speaker on Saturday. December 23. at 10:15 a.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Center Elects Essen Ben Essen wa i president of the Miami Jewish Community Center at a meeting of the organization last week. Others named to office were Sam Seitlin, first vice president: Paul Sobel. second vice president: Leo Sheiner. third vice president; Mrs Samuel Gertman. secretary; Leo A in, treasurer. Three year board members include Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Sidney H. Palmer, Mrs Leo Sheiner. M. J. Kopelowitz, Max R. Silver. Martin Rubinstein. Fred Gross; berg. Mrs. Ben Essen. Irving | Saal. Fred K. Shochet and Al Berkowitz. Elected to serve on the board for one year were Mr. and Mis. Monroe Gelb. Mrs. Sylvia Che: tkof. Sam Rothstein. Sidnev Lefirt. Frank C. Rose. Paul" Gertman Mrs. Nathan Dubler. Leo Landis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sternshoin. Mrs. Leo Alpert and Hyman j Kam. B'nai B'rith Youth from six in Florida will gather for their annual AZA Florida region. | tiference from December 25 :,i 28, it has been announced by B'rith Youth Organization Director Selma Lev. Approximately 100 delegates repres the junior order of B'rith will elect regional %  in oratory competit: -.u contests and athletic programs under the direction of Miss L> Co-chairmen of the event are Morris Levitt and Robert Cooper of Miami who have set up convention headquarters at the B'nai B'rith Youth offices at 1220 Congress Building. Cities represented at v the fourday conclave will include. Greater Miami. Jacksonville. Daytona Beach. Tampa, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Orlando. Host chapters of AZA will include Hillel. Sigma Rho and No. 322 from Miami and Stephen S. Wise. Royal Palm and Blumenthal I Chapters from Miami Beach. Adult advisers from the ranks i of B'nai B'rith Lodge and Chapters will be on hand to assist with seminars on leadership and plan; ning of youth training programs • for the coming year. B'nai B'rith personalities expected to attend the conference will include Mrs. Herman Hertzberg, president of District Five. B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters; Mrs. Hairy Kaufman, vice presi-' dent of District Five: Michael Rand, director of the B'nai B'rith V.uth Five. Highight of the sessions will be the award for the best all-around i chapter in the state. Business sessions are scheduled to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Centei. A program of social events will include a beach party, semiformal buffet dinner and installation, registration dance and a "Nite Club Night." GUILFORDV POULTRY CO LOWEST p RlCri! Shochet on p, ei _. *•*>•** 4 T£ 8A 'M..ol2 N ^ PHONE 2-7808 ffl Mendelsohn's Inc. 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