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The Jewish Floridian ( December 22, 1950 )

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ibfiJUexwi^lbUEIIiDipidliiaun fcuME 23-NUMBER 51 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS luN Stalemated i A ustrian Iewish Leader K i ~.l m Released From Prison Oil JerilSaiem VIENNA, (JTA) Benjamin IAKF, SUCCESS, (JTA)—The | Schreiber, president of the i „c Penpral Assemhlv A 8 udas Isr ael and of, the Poale United Nations General Assembly ; Agudas Israe Qf Auslr|a wgs concluded its fifth plenary sesre leased from prison where he sion during the weekend without had been held since last month minf to any definite decision on charge of violating currency the -atus of Jerusalem. It thus j and customs regulations. UJA Budget Set at $203,684,577, Warburg Drafted 1951 Chairman ATLANTIC CITY, Dec. 17, (JTA)—Underlining the urgent i imports by manufacturing things he 1949 resolution Today Mr. Schreiber called a need for large sums of money to meet the resettlement and! on tne s P ot for the local market. htonaliHJtion of the Jerusalem are a hut took no action to implement this resolution. The failure of the Assembly to which he had been treated. nnUal C u nl ren t Ce ti^ln Y^ 6 IeW Sh Appeal ,oday Set a challenge! Let us hope it will be He charged that he was originally m inimum budget of S203,684,577 for its component agencies. At; answered in increasing measure." arrested on the basis of docu' he sam e time the 8 0 delegates. i Describing the past achievements which were proven to be from a11 Parts of the country as director of theU.J.A., to ad' ments as we n as the 1951 nee ds mmister the new Israel financial of the Joint Distribution Commit[f C in,'",'^lem 1 lssue'res"jrted''i"rom men wh testified against him M Warburg to succeed Henry Piogram A silver plaque was t of which he was diie ctorJ e "pT a Belgian resolution "ad disappeared when forced to Morgenthau, Jr., as general chairpresented at a luncheon session general until he accep ted the post | the failu.e of ^Belgian resomuon suhstantja f p thpir pharo „ man of the 1951 drive. Monday to Mr. Morgenthau in f executive vice-chairman of the honorof his four years of service 1951 UJA Dr j CS eph J. urgency of the immias th e | en ?, r r al cha 'rman. Rabbi Schwartz estimated that a minithe failure oi a ueisidii icsuiuuun — ,,.",,. %  •-— -— opposed by the United States, substa ntiate their charges. Israel and other coun%  _„ ~— ~3~ — A resolution stressing the "now .to obtain the necessary twoJWB Places Organization ZZl C \ZfZ C V\ZZZ: %  Wise, presentmg the SV^STK^ta Europe. thirds majority. The vote was 30 At Command Of Nation to L 'h S? n n nd%he DrSholic NEW Y0RK (JTA)-The NaAfricaVd'The Midde^st called T 0 ?*? AI,^ "SSFELX*? "£ Tr *assislancelronVine J.Kc! ^.v^afl^tin America were Uonal J pwish Wclfa,e Boa!d last &>r an all-out effort to raise unfL^ !" l 1 .^ next >' ear In addition, he said. count: as ofLatin Amenca ere ( weekend p i aced Us entire organprecedented sums and to speed f"' w JSSA^tJS^SSJ^ *• J-D.C. would have to assist t solution. The Belgian jzation. staff, resources and fuc.li[he^delivery of cash to the UjX j J^nctton" tremendous about 25.000 persons in DP camps and other western I among t Belgian i connection, he emphatelegram to President Truman. on their campaign pledges for oi tne aemocrauc lorces. tie aesized that while the United PalBe assured that vou can count 1951. 2. Local drive committees clan*: "I fervently believe that esline Appeal would henceforth i i, .IV. ::.••_."_"...„,"{ W ere urged to borrow from local tne rec ns ruction of and be respor, isportation as banks in anticipation of the reIfctejS.^^ SS^^SKffS STanl^Slon of'The^' of the Belgian proposal declared: l ; ,?u {J a J '?J ,?'!."; a ,! ults of the 1951 drive 3 An inmilitarily as a strong arm of de• wou ld continue its financial sup-The defeat of the resolution, part-time chaplains, of our tiained ^i, 1 ^ "/ veL-round collection efniocracy and as an ally of the por t for migration to countries ng after the report of the and experienced staff throughout tens 1V J ^ ar ;'"" d h col ^^' e n ba e s \ s United States in our common obSt her than Israel. Dr. Schwartz teeship Council that interhe country of the loyalty of our to" 0 ** !" ** d Xnd-kS d"^e Jective of human freedom and added that the J.D.C. must conthousands of volunteers and on as ? Jg u }*X ,a,Sing world peace represents a major tinue its relief, medical aid, eduthe use of the facilities and revvas also suggesiea. obligation of American Jewry, cational and economic help tor sources of our affiliated centers. In another resolution the conIn these days of anxiety and addiliona i ten s of thousands of the wire said. "The experience ference urged communities to crisis for the democratic world. Jews who live under "indescriband know-how we acquired in launch their 19ol campaigns at Israel must be strengthened to a bly wretched conditions" in a similar service during World the earliest possible date. This >. preserve the Jewish people and half-dozen Moslem lands, includNorth Africa and comi [Trusteeship I nationalization of Jerusalem is impractical, is welcome evidence that the international community does not desire to impose a reginv >n the people of Jerusalem on a practical plan for Holy Maces, which was embodied the m idified Swedish resoluti It nev r came to a vote committee or the plenary. government of Israel will con.61. Rabbi Kowalsky. a 1 tinue *i do its utmost to preserve resident of New \ork who the H %  rel ter Other resolutions praised the ter declare d' that Israel's immithere. This figure includes over settled raising program in this country And stream into Israel they will nanced by the J.D.C The latter d the "insight, tenacity and • so long as thev will continue to group will need $22.3o0.000 next driven bv misery and by fear. year, while United Service for .•ill continue to New Americans, the third partner .. by the promise. i_the U.J.A., will need S7.288,#% the hope of a life of freedom, 577. Hate Tactics Seen in Rosenbers Smear SSK&SU £Ss§S the country's ability to absorb. must continue our emphasis on r:t.,:y of Israe l. idays ag b e drawn to Israel By JOE HARRISON FRIED Joe McCarthy, and Edward Nellor, a prober A series of new startling details me ntator Lewi in the well-organized anti-Semi, four photograph tic hate campaign to smear Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg as a "Communist sympathizer" and thus berg and attem identify them Singfof ffimunlst 5 of, the charge^ against a^Jor^pital ( Mr. Warburg, accepting the wreck her career as Assistant DeI organization. • iwrhese two men are fense Secretary of the United [ Freedman said he refused to (Continued on P States were unfolded to the identify the pictures "because American Jewish Press this week j couldn't." Later in the converas anti-Zionist propaganda and sa ti on in Freedman's apartment. eet Benjamin H. Freedlne se lf-stvled "ex-communicatman revealed his plans to sue' ed j ew and financier for the radi i i >mmentator Fulton Lewis. na t c -sheet 'Common S Jr., i major radio station, and cnar g e d that Nellor leaned over %  • '•' %  p msors for a million dolanc } commented, "this Rosenberg lar J' business is another Hiss case." r. ntnc Freedman, elaborat-Then he went on to tell me his secret testimony last wn at he would do about it." Federation To Launch Combined Appeal With "Mobilization Rally" January 7 s Eg i. c "s; ssBSrtanya 1 m '. our power to strengthen it." In addition to drafting Warburg and naming Dr. Schwartz, the conference elected the following officers for the 1951 campaign: William Rosenwald. Rudolph. G S >nr.enborn and Rabbi Jonah B national chairmen; and I. Edwin Goldwasser and Jacob Sinoff. comixed armistice com"Who's it I this weekend agreed to said he asked. 1 the ing with customray procedure of afternoon first asking a country if it is will„ over to a ing to receive a particular amconditions in bassador. Mr. Davis, who is57. has ds overseas served in the American Foreign So I vice since 1917. picture. .... • "** mil "•w. observers, er key witness in the smear cam



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% %  Arm v Honors ll<;i<*li Dortor A Miami Beach physician who lias saved the army and air force recruiting service here "thousands of dollars" was recently honored by Third Army Headquarters for his work. Dr. Sanford Levine. 4315 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, has worked with the recruiting service for over three years and has given freely of his time, accord' ing to the certificate presented him by Capt. William F. Jordan, army and air force recruiting officer. The doctor, by army practice. was permitted to charge $5 for the first examination and S2 for each succeeding one but he has consistently refused to charge for more than 12 examinations, even when he examined several times that number. Purchased By Downtown Synagogue %  Va Dances Set For Teen Aggers Announcement was made by Mrs. Ira C. Walsey. president of the Sisterh tod of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, of the inauguration of teen age tea dances for the younger set of the center family. Dances will be divided into two croups, for 13 to 14 olds and the 15 to 18 year olds First dance will be held on Sun lay, December 24. from 4 to 6 p.m. in the center social hall for the IS to 18 yea iup. committee in charge of this proji %  is IK adi d by Mrs, Jack ; ris. assisted by Mrs. Carl %  •'. nkle and Mrs. Beatrice MeltSterling Re-Elected Beth David Leader Bernard A. Sterling was elected president of Beth David Congregation at a meeting of the group last week. Others elected to office were Harry Gordon, vice president; John Feller, recording secretary; Sidney Lefcourt, financial secretary; Harry Simons, treasurer. Mrs. Glickman Is Named Dinner Dance Chairman Mrs. Leonard Glickman has been named chairman of the annual dinner dance to be sponsored by the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress on Monday, December 25, at 7 p.m., it has been announced by Mrs. A. A. Hayden, state president. Reservations may be made by calling individual chapter chairmen, Mrs. Mollie Janoff, 58-5580; Mrs. Irwin Teplis, 86-6029; and Mrs. Rose Cohen, 3-2353. Beach f enter Tn Fete tollogj Sons and dauKht* of !" V 1 am. Beach Jewish center „,*• bers, now attendin S colter un.vers.t.es throughout the o ^ try. will be the tj?"^ congregation at the annual t coming breakfast on W P 1 ? e morning, December 27 TK„ sda >' sisterhood will serve as h ^ at the affair. hostesses The old Beth David Synagogue, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., was purchased last week by the Downtown Synagogue, of which Hyman Sootin is president. Final papers were signed by Sootin and Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David, in the law offices of Myers, He-man and Kaplan. Price was reported to be S20.000. • ] Community Concert Series To Offer Majorean Choral '. a d i annual meeting on Sunday. Day Workers $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 or 9-3607 No Charge to Employer Also on the proeram ,. .. tie.arranged loFSSnJSS is the annual h.,:,,,^, m i* > ou ice. This year the S ? F T evening service on T)ec Pm \l y wiU be dedicated to %£** JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned ij*3W s \y,.: •' • %  ip elebral virtu Artur %  in, wh i had been pate in a festival on the island of Mi >i Though atun d artisl of the Rubinstein was so m ved by the singing that he issued a statement which read in part: "I wish I were sufficiently a master of the Castilian language Your Host NATHAN GINSBURG & Family 411 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach %  Everyone is Having About "Marine* EPininej Koi>m" Phone 5-4691 Fred Lang Maitre' D For Reservations m 0 Means Kosher Starring in the opening revue ai the Plaza Theatre. Miami Beach, home of Jewish entertainment, will be the world _Jarr.ous comedian, Michel "Atta Boy Getzel" Rosenberg. The revue. "Come and Laugh." opening Friday afternoon, December 22. will feature in addition to Rosenberg, a host of popular Jewish variety stars, including | Lillian Lux and Paul Burstein. Also on the program is a newly released Yiddish film. Tewish Vets Oppose German Rearmament | PARIS, (JTAi—A resolution OPP 'sing the rearmament of G.-r* any has been submitted to the French government by the federation of Jewish veterans of the tiro World Wars. The resolution calls upon the Allied governments •"to heed the lesson of history arid to bear in mind the disastrous consequences which are bound to follow any concessions such as wire made after World War I." miration for Maestro Juan Maria Thomas. As a fellow musician. I am indebted to him for the deep emotion I felt in hearing the chorus sing under his direction." In subsequent years, other celebrated musicians came to Majorca. some to participate in concerts with the Coro Hispanico. Without exception, after hearing the chorus perform, they felt impelled to express the thrill and deep beauty of the occasion in phrases.lavish with superlatives. Maestro Thomas was urged to take his Majorcan singers on tour. At first the undertaking seemed too difficult, for the members of the chorus were working people from the city of Palma. capital of the island, who could ill afford to be away for any length of time. Fortunately, small subsidies were secured from friends and wellwishers, enough to enable the chorus to embark upon a brief tour of the mainland. So successful were these concerts that future and more ambitious tours were soon arranged, permitting the chorus to be heard throughout the Iberian peninsula. A fond dream will be realized when the Coro Hispanico completes its American tour. For Also elected to office were Ben Genshaft. first vice president: D. Berkow. second vice president; Jules Klion, treasurer; A. Goldstein, .financial secretary; M. Dattloff, recording secretary; L. Kaplan. H. Schneider and M. Genshaft. trustees. The Rev. Jacob D. Katz, one of the founders of the synagogue, was appointed spiritual leader of the congregation. Installation of the new officers will be held Sunday. December 31, and will be followed by a party to be tendered by the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of the center. New Under the Florida Sun Suninine Jvalld 1030 15th St., Miami Beach The ONLY Hotel Offering: 24 hour Nurse Service • Salt free, rice or any other Diets. in addition to Luxurious hotel living on the Beach. 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PUDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1950 +Jeisfi fkrHicir I'll Say,.. PAGE 3" A The Christmas Tree Tltis column, first published in The Jewish Flondian of January 7, 1949, is being reprinted by nopijiar demand. Mr. Simonhoffs penetrating Comments about The Christmas Tree are especially appropriate as Christmas approaches.—Editor. Speaking to a lady, who perhaps could at one time have entered a beauty contest, but never a brain i ru -;t I was treated to this vignette, "Chanuka and Christmas should be jointly celebrated as a gesture of go,,;! will towards our neighbors." She probably heard this from the type of Rabbi whose sermons contain more about Jesus than Moses. When I asked whether Chanuka candles should be removed from the Menorah and hung on the Christmas tree to the tune .'f Peace on Earth, Good Will to Christians and Jeu-s. she answered, "Why, yes." Christmas Tree Jews If Mr. Gallup, should investigate the matter, his flirvey would, I am sure, disclose that Christmas trees are set up in the home of such Jews who keep aw.iv (mm the Temple on Yom Kippur; who refer to other Jews as kikes; who if sickly, are bent on turning to Christian Science; who permit slurs and sneeis about Jews and Judaism in their homes, yet are astonished and grieved when their children many in church; who refuse to contribtue to the United Jewish Appeal; who send Christmas cards to other Jews; who never extended the slightest aid to Jewish victims of Hitler yet were eager to help the Red Cross with bundles for Britain; who were members (if the American Council for Judaism, Inc.; whose English accent is atrocious, yet affect ignorance of Yiddish; who change their names from Cohen to Curtis; who send their children to Ethical Culture schools; who object strenuously to the teaching of Hebrew in Sunday Schools; who gag if forced on occasions to eat Kosher meat; who say that Jews should not run for public office; who seek adDr. Varol To Be Installed As Rabbi Of Temple Israel On Friday Night ihe W?.nH rV S W hicl ? flaunt on their masthead ri eS J d : restricted clientele; who, though proover the f' SlS i0m } h Z Unitarian Church; who weep that i !" 'n 0W T S f dls P' ace d Arabs; who complain that too many Jews are intellectuals and crowd the d^M,'', ,ns ; y w n n 1 t heir sons to Harva,d and uSS d h< !" f T Wclles ey: *' ho boast that n one takes c uT !i Je T S; who adv "cate the transfer of the Sabbath service to Sunday: who turn off the radio '" a f jL,wlsn Program comes on; who have never lifted a Onger to help build the State of Israel; who chime in when anti-Semites slander Jews; who were horrified when British officers in Palestine were in retaliation horsewhipped by Jews: who profess to nave no interest in Jewish problems; who never attend a Sedar on Passover Eve; who prate about double loyalties when Medinas Israel is mentioned. Christian Symbolism Lest I be called a downright bigot, let me explain: the lit up Christmas tree, hung with gifts brought by the genial and hearty Santa Claus, is as beautiful a celebration as ever has been devised. A symbol of generosity and hospitality, it is Christian idealism at its best. As a ceremonial, we can admire its spirit of good cheer, benevolence and charity just as the Jewish artist can revere the perfections of Raphael's Madonnas, or the power and sweep of the vast panorama in The Last Judgment by Michael Angelo. Some of us feel the deepest religious emotions when we hear the great Catholic Masses. Yet would any one advocate placing a Madonna in a synogague? Or listen to Bach's Mass in B minor at the service on Yom Kippur? The Christmas tree is religious symbolism to its very core. The ceremony begins at midnight that opens the day commemorating the birth of the Christian Saviour. Children get out of bed and sing such carols as "Hail Oh Hail' Oh, Glorious Morn, By HARRY SIMONHOFF Christ the Prince of Peace is Born." Now what possible place can this most religious of Christian celebrations have in a Jewish home,? There is something ignorant, superficial or downright dishonest in appropriating the holiest experiences of another religion. It is vulgar to imitate the passion in a strange ritual, without feeling the genuine emotion wrapped therein. Our regard for the Christmas tree should in no way differ from our attitude towards the religion of our neighbors. We consider Christianity a noble, uplifting faith that makes for progress, humanity and civilization. How can we take any other view since that faith is derived largely from our own Torah? Our respect for Christianity is best summed up in the answer the Rabbi gives to a Christian who expresses a wish to embrace Judaism. "Why should you change? Your religion is excellent. If you observe it sincerely, you will enter the kingdom of God. Stay where you are and you will be much happier." Judaism Our historic position has always been that Christianity, though enormously beneficial to other peoples, has no message for us. Our own faith was old and respected before the birth of Jesus. Its ritual is equipped to serve us completely, from the cradle to the grave. The inspiration of our purest spirits conceived it. The labors of our best minds have developed its theology as well as its way of life. The faith that has grown out of our history and traditions best fits our national character, molded by the vicissitudes of thousands of years. We are not ready to sacrifice the Judaism that presents our peculiar genius, our own contribution to world's culture. The Christmas tree like the cross is a noble symbol of Christianity. The seven branched Menorah burning the Chanuka lights radiating truth, freedom and heroic self sacrifice is the Jewish symbol. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will be installed as spiritual leader of Temple Israel at services on Fiday. December 22, at 8:15 p.m. Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will deliver the installation sermon. Others who will participate in the service include Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of the temple: Max Meisel, president; Miami Mayor William Wolfarth: Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk; Dr. B iwman#Ashe, president pf the University of Miami; the Rev. GUnn C. James, pastor of White Mrs. A. A. Rothstein was recently installed as president of the Mother's Auxiliary of Alpha Epsilon Pi at a dinner meeting at Temple; William D. Singer, presiIthe Miamian Restaurant. committee of the UJA from 1944 to 1949. He was identified with numerous interfaith activities and was founder of the Atlantic City Forum, composed of 60 organizations working to promote civic and cultural welfare. A reception honoring Dr. Eisendrath will follow the service. Fraternity Mothers Install Officers den: of the Greater Miami Jewish i Other officers seated at the Federation; and Jules Pearlman, | ceremonies were Mrs. Herman past president of the temple and iReade, vice president; Mrs. Milton Chairman of the program. I Smith, treasurer; Mrs. A. E. Dr. Narot accepted the call to Bernstein, secretary; and the Mesthe temple pulpit in May of this year and assumed his duties in Au^ lit. He came here from Temple Beth Sholom in Atlantic City, where he served for ten years. dames Joseph Arkin, Hy Bern\ stein, Samuel Hellman, Art Green and James A. Schneider, board members. Mrs. Bernstein, outgoing presiOfficers To Meet A breakfast meeting of the officers and members of the board of directors of the Hebrew Acadmy will be held Sunday, December 24, at 10 a.m. in the dining room of the academy. Dr. David S. Andron, president, announced that a progress report will be presented by Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth and Aaron Courshon, co-chairmen of the annual dinner committee. The affair will take place on January 14 in Temple Beth Sholom ban!quet hall. Committee reports will also be presented by the chairmen of the various committees. Mrs. Horn's Bakery 1171 S. 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PAGE 4 A +Je*isti noridlian EDITORIAL FRIDAY, DECBgEB^ ^ XS tnm'Mi in Minyan We don't know how the women of America, the Jewish wom^n that is, will receive the news about the inclusion of their sex in the "minyan" of the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, a Reconstructionist bastion. We are sure, however, that the men in our Jewish fabric will receive it with mixed emotions. The question, of course, is not one of equality for the weaker sex. That sex no longer holds, nor is it ambitious to retain, that misnomer. Today when women are holding highest offices in government, education, business and even the army it is an anomaly to even discuss the once-buming question of equality among the sexes. On the basis of this development alone the move to add women to the minyan and to call them to the reading of the Scroll on the Sabbath seems logical. But on the other hand logic alone cannot govern all human affairs, particularly tradition and religious practices. And besides, this deviation from practice might create unanticipated problems. Suppose one needs a minyan for morning services. Will the women in the minyan wear prayer shawls? And if they don't there is at once created another deviation for which many of the Rfeconstructionists are not perhaps prepared yet. And what will happen on the occasion of the reading of the Scroll when the honor of being called up to the Torah goes by tradition to a "Kohen?" Will that manly prerogative go to a woman? And once you extend those mitzvos to women, will not the men be justly claiming that the women ought to be harnessed to the rest of the mitzvos which are obligatory upon men? If that burden is not shifted to the women too, what answer will there be to the men arguing that they are victims of discrimination in the sharing of mitzvos? Thais the radical departure from ancient practice can beAN IMPORTANT PAGE— come, God forbid, the source of family strife and discord. An harassed and tried husband might tell the wife to make kiddush on Friday evening. And if she refuses he would have the unanswerable argument that one capable of joining a minyan cannot, under the principle of equality, Kiaotru On Th<> March Young Jewish accountants have such JU> ties getting jobs that most of them have to work in firms managed by Jews or else 9 ?' 0 serious unemployment and readjustment n u lems. This is the gist of a recent survey mJ't the B'nai B'rith Service Bureau. Y de b y In these few words we have a theme wh variations are only too painfully familiar loiT young Jew who seeks to become integrated n useful member of his community, whethe medicine, accounting, engineering or any JuS so-called public service professions. What a voiZ man must think about a democracy under wh i! race and birth and faith and color are the co polling factors in earning a livelihood is Z within the province of this editorial. It is, however pertinent to note that the bigots and the diacrimi' nators are not of the stuff that make for tint democracy which we stand ready to defend with heart and soul and body. Rather, they are the sediment of medieval thinking and evil feelino They are the impediment to that understanding among men without which there can be no world amity and world peace. They are the breathers of hate and pestilence and war. They are the unbelievers and the faithless. refuse a function such as that. It seems to us that there are times when the liquidation of old traditions, particularly religious traditions, is no sign of real progress. For it is inevitable that elimination of the old minyan will in the end lead to the termination of the minyan altogether. And instead of strengthening Judaism, as its advocates claim, it will only weaken a foundation which is already rocking under the impact of changes which, so far, have by no means demonstrated greater spirituality and attractiveness than the ancient well. Hate Tactics Seen In Rosenberg Smear I (Continued from Page 1 A) ice Committee investigators. You can talk to them." While Nelli and Surin allegedly waited in another room. Freedman was giving the brushoff to two FBI agents Fagan and Shores sifting for the truth in the drummed-up case against FD1 ight-hand woman. "I don't want to talk with you." Freedman told the FBI agents. I'll ; with the proper • ies Now goodbyi The "proper authorities" turned oul and Surin. though late; both men denied Freed5es. '' %  %  iwing < vening Fulton Li vvis. Jr • : • tl lir to tell of new alleged chargi I Com• n and Mrs. Ros! ... i.' lit a for: iring thi Zi< nisi government and backing the hatees an all-out campa ar prominent American Jews, Fret dmun said he would nt this week against Lews. Radio Station WJZ, and the Harris L'pham Co.. Lewis' radio sponsor, for a million dolLewia had smeared him, charged Freedman. and ruined his 'reputation'. In the course of an interview. Freedman disclosed the beginnings of a smear campaign against Mrs. Anna Rosenberg which a number of senators contended might wind-up with indictments of perjury against several at least one of the witnesses who swore that Anna Rosenberg was a Red :er. The hate drive, which was Boon picked up by a chain of antiSemitic papers throughout the nation, had its humble beginnings in Freedman's anything but humble modem apartment in New York City. It was during the course of discussion with a "prominent attorney." the evening of December 2. Freedman disclosed, that he ned the vuincidence" that a "Mrs. Anna Ro berg" had been named in findings of the Un-American Activities Committee as being affiliated with the Communist-front movements. (F.B.I, agents later testified that there were scores of Anna Rosenbergs residing in New York City.) Freedman's prominent attorney friend listened attentively, the pro-Mufti financier said. "Then he said," commented Freedman, "I think I know someone who knows her." Then the "prominent attorney,*' Freedman said, contacted Ralph de Sola, (de Sola's testimony of having "seen" Anna Rosenberg at Communist-front meetings was later repudiated and contradicted by other "prosecution" witnesses.) An American Jewish Press reporter asked Freedman whether the "prominent attorney" who -parked the Rosenberg smear could be Mr. Richardson, himself a defender of the Mufti's doings and spi kesman for Freedman's anti-Zionist rantings on numerous past occasions. "As a matter of fact," Freedman recalled, "it was Richardson." Freedman said he later went to Washington where he spoke with a member of congress about the Rosenberg matter. While illing through Washington, and quite "accidentally," Freedman charged, who should approach him but Gerald L. K. Smith, the notorious anti-Semite. "I just bumped into' him," Freedman claimed in denying that he had checked with Smith or Representative John Rankin, another anti-Jew, before spreading \ the data about Mrs. Rosenberg's Communist ties. "What's new in the "osenberg case." Freedman said Smith asked of him. Freedman said he gave Smith the cold shoulder. "Why don't you go and ask the Armed Serv( i ces Committee, if you're so interested." Freedman claimed he replied to Smith. Several times during this interview with the American Jewish Press, the Mufti's admirer repeated, "I tell you all of this is 'Moshe emi i Moses 1 truth)." Freedman wound up by admitting that his dollars helped support the hate-sheet "Common but that he never considered it "anti-Semitic" though it constantly "warns" against a world-Wide Jewish Zionist Comjnunist conspiracy." "It's against the Communes. isn t it.' asked an aroused F i man. Receiving no reply, he added, "1'rn for any group or paper that fights those Communists!" Neighbors of Freedman's showed no surprise at his latest involvement in the Rosenberg smear campaign. "He's an eccentric character," one woman remarked. "Is that guy in trouble again'" said another. "Don't talk to me about Ben Pioneer Women Will Meet Monday Night Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach will hold a special meeting on Monday, December 25, at 8 p.m. at the Harrison Hotel, 411 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president. Plans for the N. Bookspan anniversary party to be held on January 6 will be discussed, Mrs. Mintzes said. Billy Rose Quits "Pitching Horseshoes" To Manage Show Business Empire Cinderella Ball Set For Sunday Night Mrs. David Denner will be hostess to Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women and their escorts at a "Cinderella Ball" to be held at her home. 4431 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, on Sundav, December 24. at 9 p.m. Co-chairmen of the event are Rima Jackson and Ruth Kalin. Assisting them are Bobby Devore and Natalie Samuels. Freedman," said a third. An American Jewish Press reI porter who contacted the buildi ing superintendent at Freedman's ; New York City apartment house after learning that the anti-ZionI ist's phone wasn't listed, was, told upon identification of the porter's credentials, "He doesn't like you people very much, but ril tell him you called." Later the same superintendent' said he was only "joking" about' the remark. But it was a grim joke. +Jewisti fkridtir&ri Published every Friday lince 1927 by The Jewish Florid, .in at 120 N. E. Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida. En;JS d a econdclass matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Ameri. cn Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association Jawiah Floridian does not guarantee the Kashruth of the merIvertlaed In Its columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $3.00 Two Years \5 00 FRED K. SHOCHET~ Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 Volume 23 Number 51 FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1950 TEBET 15, 5711 NEW YORK CITY (AJP—The little sage who rose, like his name, from the Lower East Side's poverty-stricken sidewalks to the heights of a million dollars—and then some—placed aside his trusted typewriter recently and called quits to the penning of a column which appeared regularly since 1946 in more tHan 2,500 newspapers throughout the world. Failing health and the heavy responsibilities of administrating a virtual show business empire, little Billy Rose announced, teamed up to cause the literary cancellation. Rose' column had not appeared for two weeks, prior to the announcement, while he i was undergoing an operation. "Pitching Horseshoes," Rose's column, was another in a string of amazing successes since the former Lower East Sider gained national prominence as a youth by copping the national title of speed shorthand writers. Under the guidance of John Robert Gregg, founder of the system. Rose did 200 words a minute. Gregg immediately termed him! the "finest natural shorthand writer" he had ever encountered. Through "Pitching Horseshoes" millions learned of tales concerning the first waves of Jewish immigrants who set up residency on the sidewalks of New York. The hardships, humor and grit of the immigrants supplied themes for many of Rose's down-to-earth, strikingly warm, human columns. Other "Horseshoe" pieces dealt with the little man in the street, the grocer, the cop—even the bookie. Readers were never quite certain what the inimitable Billy Rose would write about next. Editors were equally befuddled. Both were certain that whatever the subject matter—it would be good. Behind the typewriter keys i which formed the simple words %  with the slam-bang impact was the man Who's Who terms "a producer of spectacles." But Billy Rose cannot be categorized —except perhaps as one of the greatest legends of our time. Rose started in show business with a mere $4,000 investment. ; In even months his Back Stage clubs, an upstairs speakeasy on 56th St. in New York City, be! came the popular hangout for j show people, social registerites and newspapermen. On any night of the week tables were filled with such well-knowns as Walter : Wmchell, Al Jolson, William 1 Rhinelander Stewart, Arnold Rothstein, Sophie Tucker, Mark Hellinger, and Harry Thaw. Rose hired a sultry bluii singer—an unknown named Helen Morgan —and asked her to sit on the piano because the room was too crowded. The pose became the "Show Boat" star's trademark in later years. After seven months. Rose sold his nighterie at a $50,000 profit. In succeeding years. Rose opened one club after another. They were gigantic money-makers. It was about this time that the Jewish showman began to dabble seriously in song writing. His first hit was "Barney Google." the zany ditty that sold 1.000,000 copies. Since then Rose has penned more than 400 songs, 50 of which wei e lits. Remember "That Old Gang of Mine;" "Me and My Shadow? "Rainbow 'Round My Shouder;" "The Night Is Young (And You're So Beautiful"): "More Than You Know;" "It's Only a Paper Moon;" "Without a Song,' etc.? They were all Billy Rose productions. But Rose's most famous production and pet project is his famous Diamond Horseshoe night club which, along with Radio City Music Hall, is the undisputed tourist draw in Gotham. He was paid $175,000 by a leading movie company for the use of the name as a film title. Writing columns, however, came as a unexpected sideline. On April 1, .1946. Rose started a series of paid advertisements tor his Diamond Horseshoe about "life, art, etc." They ran as aas for about one month and men were printed bv the now defunct PM. The column, like most everything the almost magical Rose concerns himself with, was fantastic overnight succi ss. Later he switched to the Heraw Tribune, then the Daily Nev* Syndicates began bidding form* pieces. Finally, the weekly snew begged for permission to ru "Pitching Horsesh K and faim ers out in Iowa and deep Kans read about Rose's uncle on Lower East Side. Berlin Jews Re-Elected BERLIN. (JTA) Two /eg were re-elected members "i West Berlin City Council TMJ are Dr. Jeanette Wolff. *JfiL, Democrat, and Dr. F. EngeHberJ a member of the Free Democ.auc Party.



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fplDA Y, DECEMBER 22, 1950 +Jewlstn r)r kBnr> \T\. BBC diroiips To Hold 4-Day Beth Jacob To Hnnn, %  *.*JT~. SUlU Conferenee In .Miami R^M A H nor lla,,bl Zwi,, a" 0 PAGE 5 A State UDHiMi in Miami RahhJ Mi.Iir** !" """!" !" nveiUng Set For ration dance on Mon-,Hoffman, assistant director will ,VdOD1 iVlesch elOtt SuiKJa.V A( IIMrial I'iirk conduct a "Rumor Clinic" I '" Jacob wiH Dedication of a monument to demonstrating the manner in „ s P ,r,tual leader, Rabbi the memory of the late R. which unfounded rumors m : t a testimonial .Colman Zwitman, former spiritual spread and cause bitter int. el. will 1 y 11, Sui 24, A re| U. y vening, December 25. at tin j am i Beach Jewish Center will taunch a tour-day state AZA conY |V( tration chairman. :ick. has announced timately 100 representin AZA chapters : the state will gl ihip seminars and i oratory, debate comand a basketball tournapetition m Michae] Rand of Greensboro, w c B'nai B'rith Youth director of District Five, will be guest of honor at the closing banquet on Thursday evening, December 28. Milton A. Friedman, national B'nai B'rith youth commissioner, will present the annual Milton A. Frudman Best Chapter Award. Officers will be installed for the forthcoming year by Mrs. Herman Hertzberg, president of District Five, B'nai B'rith Women. Other B'nai B'rith personalities who will participate in the installation ceremonies will be George J Bertman, president of I the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council. Mrs. Nathan Bloom, Women's Council president and Mrs. Harry Kaufman, first vice president of District Five, B'nai B'rith Women. A "State Sweetheart" will be crowned at the culminating banquet, it has been announced by Selma Lewis, local B'nai B'rith youth director, and prizes for oratory, debate and athletics will : < 1 Alvin Zatman and Arthur -chairmen of athletics, have announced that basketball games will be held at the Miami j Community Center on the first th e days of the conference.' Co-chairmen of the convention are Morris Levitt and Robert Cooper who will be assisted by Miriam Levy, president of B'nai B'rith Girls 14 and secretary of District Five: Monday. December 25: 8-12 p.m.. registration dance (17th St. Center). Tuesday, December 26: 9-12 a.m.. opening session, announcementcommittees chosen, chapter reports, Florida region session; 12-1 p.m.. luncheon; 4-6 p.m.. basketball games (preliminary); 8-12 p.m., "night club affair." Wednesday, December 27: 8-11 a.m.. basketball semi-finals; 1112 a.m., seminar leadership (Michael Rand); 2-3:30 p.m., delegates meeting; 4-6 p.m., debate— preliminaries; 8-12 p.m., beach party. Thursday, December 28: 9:3010:30 a.m., basketball finals; 111 p.m oratory; 2-3 p.m., debate fin;i]>; 3-5:30 p.m., business session 'constitution, resolutions and electii ns); 7:30 p.m., semi-formal j buffet i installation of officers). Committees in charge of arrangements will include: Mort Kramer, publicity; Howard Katzen, housing; Jack Horovitz and Stanley Sterling, social; Bob Shevan and Edger Lewis, oratory and debate; Don Lichenstein and Mart.n Garden, hospitality; Jay Lynn, Phil Goldhagan and Sid Naness, luncheon and banquet. B'nai B'rith Girls' groups from all parts of the State of Florida will be the guests of the annual AZA convention. The B'nai B'rith Girls' units will participate in leadership training sessions, social action Programs and join the AZA groups in social programs at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Opening business session will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, December 26. Following luncheon, an "Israel Song and Dance Session" will be held at 2:30 p.m. At 3:30 p.m., Shirley Lefkowitz, President of District Five B'nai B rith Girls, will address the gathering, outlining the district immunity service programs for 1951. Wednesday at 9:30, the girls will meet in a "project session" • discuss the Anita Perlman •Oiolarship project. This project enables a B'nai B'rith girl to attend college group antagoni An afternoon rm I girls' groups will be held at 1:30 p.m on Thursday i i "Fii Evaluations." Further details regardini I Bnai B'rith Girls' ; be secured by calling AZA Conevent, the onl vention headquarters at 1220 Congress Building, phone 2-0189. n an%  th Ceramics Group Formed A ceramics group has been %  id. A. Frank : ne which the ^rman. | ;.:... th ami Beach J, s conduct the memorial service. Rabbi Zwitman. who died De>'i 23. 1949. of an inf. I .. at 11 a.n pie Israel s : Dr. Jacob II. i .: D h R. Narol and Rabbi Irving ion will spon n, Judge Frank is a member of the board of directors of the synagogue. Rabbi Mescheloff has been added to the ever increasing pro, spiritual leader of the congregagram of the North Beach Area of! tion since 1937. He is secretary the Jewish Centers Association. I of the Greater Miami Rabbinical The unit meets every Tuesday Association and is an active memevening at the Coburn School, jber of numerous national religious 1000 Bay Drive, Miami Beach organizations, under the leadership of Mrs. Zena I Religious and civic leaders will Posever, art specialist on the staff be present at the affair, according of the Jewish Centers Association. to Judge Frank. 4Kb Rabbi Cuhntut Zwitman last year during Brotherhood' Week. Rabbi Zwitman was one.' of three Miamians to be cited for* "distinguished service in bettering human relations." He was also'" "Sch ; will be heard on the tool Supplies for Israel" prosfani and on the fund-raising | Program for the support of the v -Memorial Hospital in Hot "Pnngs, Arkanas. Leadership I w 1 follow at 11 a.m. and a story group will convene in the a "?nioon at 2 p.m. "h Thursday at 10 a.m., a !£ ii action session will be held F n Jj" ng a Presentation by the lda Regional office of the contracted during his war service. held the pulpit of Temple Israel from 1936 until his death. Born in Palestine, he received, his education at New York Uni, named outstanding citizen of Dade versity, Columbia University and j County. the Jewish Institute of Religion, j The rabbi is survived bv his where he was a favorite of the wife, Lenore; two sons, Joseph late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. He and Michael; his father, Philip; a served as a chaplain in the army sister, Thelma; and a brother, from 1943 to 1946. 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PAGE 6 A +Jeist> fhrldlian FRIDAY, DECEMBER oo ct Strictly Neighbors" By HELEN ALPERT BEST WISHES: First of the Season's Greetings to come this way just arrived from the Philip Levi family—Phil. Betty and Myron. Phil is still resting at home. Last time we all met was at the wonderful lawn-fete the Levis tendered in celebration of Myron's Bar Mitzvah. Well-loved. Phil is one of our earliest pioneers in Miami. A quarter of a century ago—wasn't it? Collegiennes on the hop home for the holidays include Stephens College sophs Elaine Cohen, of the Sam (SherryFrontenac) Cohens; and Barbara Ann Gould, Venetian Way's Joseph Goulds. Due in from the University of Florida is Janie Goldstein, to join Mrs. Dora Goldstein on Michigan Ave. ... It took two tough days to get a plane-flight for Milt Fried, coming in from Cornell to spend vacation-time with mom and his uncle and aunt, the Harry H. Cohens at the Hotel New Yorker. NEWS-NOTES: Frank Schneider, former front desk at the Wofford. is now handling his own front counters at the drugstore next to the Red Barn ... A phone call from Jessie Gertman stresses Dorothy Kaplan's emcee-cavortings. practically professional!, at that thrift shop "fashion-jamboree." Her glamor-gal outfit (dragged out from let's-forget-what-era) was an ancient formal, lorgnette, fan and boa. all tied together by good clean fun! Incidentally, the Dr. Sam Gertmans are awaiting the arrival of their longtime friends, the Jack Goldmans of Forest Hills, L. I., motoring in this week with their two li'l kids OUR VISITORS: Dottie and Sylvan Kaye of N.W. Miami Court have welcomed Dottie's interesting uncle. Dr. M. Solot, for the winter. The Clover I Club's Al Goldman himself in turn welcomed the Kayes as his guests %  at their 25th wedding anniversary at his club, with their son Alfred and his spouse Ruth Kapp Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mrs. Kronish I are entertaining old friends from Brooklyn, the Yudy Finkelsteins, along with Elaine and Jerry Another set of Kayes—first name I Herman—are enjoying reunions, long overdue, with Herman's brothers Robert and William. Herman Kaye is Hotel New Yorker manager The Coral Gables' David Schuhams also have their favorite Brooklynites, the Bennet M. Blumenthals. once more ensconced at the Claremont Hotel and ready for more sightseeing. Blumenthal's a corporation lawyer Photographer Harold Kaye (what, again?) has his cousins in our midst—Mr. and Mrs. Philip Yurik of Englewood, N. J. Busiest man with visitors is still Bill Farr. who shifted his time-tables from Washington Ave. to up there on Collins, three months ago. He calls his new locale Peacock Alley. TEEN-TIME: Three teen-age girls clubs of Miami Jewish Center dive into formals for frolic: Saturday night at the Sorrento the Phi Sigma Taus start, with their best fellers ... the Tri Betas follow, Dec. 27 in the Delano's Blue Room and the Tau Alpha Omegas conclude the trio-tripping at the Robert Richter, Dec. 28. FIRST-NIGHTERS AND ALL-NIGHTERS: Biggest "civic" throng heralded the premiere of Moy's Golden Dragon on the Beach when the Leo Eisensteins and W. I. Feuers hosted almost all the City Hall family at succulent Boo Loo Opp and other delicacies. Jack Ross, onetime bigtime publicist, wistfully quipped captions for the photographs being shot—such as his irresistible "Moy Meets Girl." when George Moy posed with Stella Turk. At the tables wore all your friends: Marcie Liberman, the always groomed Nat Koven. the Sidney Crowns, the Samuel Margolies. the Mel Richards. Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" Klein with son Jerry, the Joel Newmans and Seymour Satins arriving with the Harold Turks, the Jack Rosens. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Leo Aranoff, 1. R. Goodman with his sister, Lillian. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golden. Florence Friedman, and newsmen such as Herb Rau and his Phyllis ... A few whirls later, the Zina Reyes tossed open the Delano doors to her exciting dance prevue of her studio-in-action. Behind-the-scenes maestro was, of course, Ann Kerman. her sister. Somebody's tagged Zina with the Talloo trademark, "glamorous and unpredictable"—and it fits snug as that black velvet costume! HALLS OF LEARNING: Eli Hurwitz has a new headline-man on his faculty at the Peninsular Institute. It's Captain Gregory, top flier and specialist-instructor in celestial and surface navigation. The Captain's newest course is aimed at women who want to lick the terminology and become control tower operators. Makes us feel like World War II all over again! THE CHOCOLATE SHOPPE, INC. on 41st Street, Miami Beach Fine Candies Finest Grade of Chocolates Hand Made Miniatures — in Bulk Pic*k Your Own Assortment FRUITS NUTS • CREAMS 100 Varieties ol Confections Well Known Brands Louis Sherry Bagatelle • Durand Page & Shaw Many Others The rii4Mol.nr Shoppp. Ine. 449 41st Street Miami Beach Air-Conditioned Management Phone Lee Browd 58-3960 Evelyn Oppenheimer We Deliver Reservations 5-0551 Harry Harfenist Barney Biller "The Aristocrat of Kosher Restaurants" 3'LO-cadClO. Strictly Kosher RESTAURANT AND CATERERS Full 7 Course Dinner from $2.00 301 23rd Street Miami Beach. Fla. 1 Block West of Collins Avenue Air Conditioned Beach Auxiliary Will Hold Tea Miami Beach Ladies Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its annual membership tea at the Delano Hotel on Tuesday, December 26, at 1 p.m., Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president, has j announced. Dr. Joseph R. Narot will dis; cuss the significance of memberj ship in the organization and will I honor all new and old members. Mrs. Harry Koretsky and Mrs. Samuel Ritter, co-chairmen of the event, will present gifts to life members. The musical program will be under the direction of Prof. Nicholas Vomasescu, founder and former general director of the Roumanian Music Society. Prof. Vomasescu is a member of the United Nations Committee and I staged pageants in Bayfront Park during United Nations Week. To be featured in the program I are Mrs. Floyd Reid, contralto, I and her daughter, Betty Reid, contralto-soprano. Mrs. Reid is soloist with Pia Igy's Musical Caravan, while her daughter, a senior at Coral Gables High School, is a vocal pupil of Madame Pia Igy. Mrs. A. Chester Abny will accompany at the piano. Mrs. Max Greenberg, founder of the auxiliary, will offer the opening prayer. Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program chairman. To Sing "Salome" Scene Ljuba Welitch, who will appear here with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on January 21 at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. and at the Miami Senior High School at 8:30 p.m., will sing the last scene of the Strauss opera, "Salome." It is in this role that she made her first sensational appearance at the Metropolitan Opera house. She has been acclaimed ever since her deubt as "the most exciting music personality in a decade." Louise Einhorn Betrothal Told Weltman Bar Mitzvah Louise Einhorn Betrothal of Miss Louise Einhorn to Jerome Soowal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Soowal of Orlando, Fla., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Einhorn, 2474 Swanson Avenue, Coconut Grove. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami High School and is now attending the University of Florida at Gainesville, where she will receive her degree in June, 1951. Mr. Soowal received his M. S. at Florida in June, 1950. He is now employed by the state as an horticulturist. The wedding has been set for June 30, 1951, and they will live near their grove in Orlando. Miami Center To Conduet Camp Miami Jewish Community Center will conduct a winter day camp for elementary school-age children for a six-day period beginning December 21 and continuing through December 31, excluding Saturday, Sunday and Monday, December 23, 24 and 25. Registration may now be made at the center. Children will be divided into 1 groups of the same age level, and the program will include music, dramatics, sports, films, carnivals, trips and arts and crafts. Hours will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and children will bring their lunch. Milk will be provided by the center. Parents interested in enrolling their children are requested to contact Bernard Segal or Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz at the center. Hadassah Group T 0 Hear Mrs. Meyers Mrs. Edward Lear W iii home at 1010 £*£*!• cultural evenin of the wL or Szold Group „f H,L n L r,Mt Wednesday, Vim"??'* p.m. I Mrs. Anna Brennpr u Florida delegate to the N H Association of Women EH and first president „f the r !" H ce of Jewish Warned S* izations of Dade Cuntv vvirft cuss the contribution Vj> j women to progress throughout! This will be the second in,j series of discussions instituted br Mrs. Lear, as chairman of I Hadassah Medical Organi za > The first, on November 29 1 a presentation by Dr. Ed'warfl Lear on the contribution of j2l ish personalities in the field ill medicine. The last Wednesday evening of each month has hen designated as the date for the I cultural meetings. Tagliavini To Sing Here January 13,15 World-renowned Metropolitan tenor, Ferruccio Tagliavini, will sing the leading role in the comic opera "The Elixir of Love," onI January 13 and 15. But only a few food seats are left, according to Dr. Arturo DiFilippi. director of Miami Opera Guild. Both performances are in the limited : auditorium of Miami Senior High School. However, the second presentation of the guild, "Carmen," also with Metropolitan stars, will be heard by larger audiences. The February 24 performance will be heard at the new Dade County auditorium, at Flagler and 29th Ave., and on February 26 musk history will be made in Miami Beach as the oceanside municipality hears its very first professional opera when "Carmen" wul be performed in the new Beach auditorium. Tickets for all performances an I on sale in Miami at Burdine's, 1 and in Miami Beach at the auditorium box office. ^^rt^^^^J"V^^.-^--.VW>^W*A May We Suggest Waiter His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Weddingi, Bar Mitivahs, Liwn PlrtiH PHONE 83-7581 The Bar Mitzvah of Bobby Weltman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weltman, 264 N. W. 91st Street, will take place Saturday, December 23, at the North Shore Jewish Center, which is now conducting services in the main auditorium of Biscayne Elementary School, 77th Street and Dickens Avenue, Miami Beach. The young man is a student of Horace Mann Junior High School. An evening reception will be held at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami Beach. HOTEL RAMAZ Dine in our New Israeli Room Strictly Kosher Reservations Accepted For Family Dinner, Wedding—Receptions Bar Mitzvahs and Other Social Occasions Make Your Shabbas Reservations in Advance WEISER Management 146 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2844 \ TAt Slnacnptr Mtttt t* {*" £ u refines ^rasons (Sreethtgs Store Closed All Day Monday, December 25



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DAYi DECEMBER 22, 1950 *Jeistifhrir7 m. —Ardmore Studio Sol H. Leslie, chairman of Friday Reviw, a series of reviews being sponsored by Miami Chapter of Hadassah. iunces that the second lecture. for December 22. has been ned until December 29 at p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. time Mrs. I. M. Weinstein discuss Maurice Samuels' ly controversial "The Genlleand the Jew." %  %  v -. ";v r" I that %  ; 1 ..ttffit'r;: Mrs. M. Katz —Sharfman Studio fcth Tfilah Women led Mrs. Katz (Irs. M Katz was recently rented president of the Beth Ian S:s' ':,.>od. Mrs. Katz was ij'ein religious circles in MonJto. N. Y prior to her arrival |Miami Beach, to elected to office were Mrs. Rosi Mrs. Rose Schnei••'s Lena Kramer, Mrs. Es" Altc: ,,;i Mrs. Dora Cohen, ts; Mrs. Bessie Jaon, treasurer; Mrs. Rose JaWj. financial secretary; Mrs. Rackovsky, recording sec' %  Mrs, Rose Lustig, social P'ary: Mrs. Gussie Zaidman, F-Betty ^kula and Mrs. Friel^aplan trustees. en Agers To Dance | mp of Beth David r's (t' U socond dance, a New s affair, on Wednesday, De>t 8 p.m. at the synawiU be awarded Kers presented. hber 27 Priz. noisenu !" E OCEAN W>uncfi 1 andcyta/uinthee 1JM 18th 6t '"< Corner From Copa City D "r sou. L .. Etoil.. p hone 5-9198 Personally Speaking new Cole Porter musical, "Oul ol This W !" u i j^ on Broadway in Ih, neoi f ulu T e h W ld sl ,ed Pcited by the National Conference ol Christians and Jews or conducting "the best and most successful city-wide Brc helhood Week celebration in the county." A graduate of Yeshiva Unt tisttj^jsas? a nd guidance at ,he Mr. and Mrs. William Sperling, 3547 S. W. 3rd Avenue announce that their son-in-law, Sgt. Julius Baida, of the U S Marines, is visiting his wife. Charlotte, and son, David. Sat' u wb w as a member of the organized reserve, was rejcently called to active service. A veteran of six years of service, he participated in combat in the South Pacific. He is now stationed at Cherry Point, N. C. + Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gottlieb. 930 S. W. 5th Street announce the birth of a son, Jay Mark, on December 11 'The t mother is the former Bernice Braveman of Wilkes-Barre Pa Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Gottlieb of I this city. -* The bris of Lawrence Milton Kramer, son of Mr and Mrs Saniord Kramer, 1540 S. W. 6th Street, was held Sunday at the home of his parents. Sam Kramer served as Sandek and Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Josephson of New York are spending the winter season at the Lakeside Apartments, 2609 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Their daughter, Lenore, is a student at the University of Miami. Mr. Josephson is the head of Breakstone Bros., producers of nationally known dairy products. Hilary Levin, sophomore at Cornell University, returned this week to spend the holidays with her mother, Helen Alpert, and small sister, Brett, at their home on Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach. A popular graduate of Miami Beach High School, where she was active in dramatics and journalism, Hilary recently had a poem and short story published in the Cornell Review. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Liss, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer, and Dr. Robert Kaplan are leaving by Pan American Friday morning for Cuba. Their first stop will be in Havana where they will be entertained by officials of the Cuban airlines. From there the party will visit Santiago de los Banos as guests of the former treasurer of Cuba, Dr. Walter del Rio. While in that city the Miamians intend to do some duck hunting and fishing. The next stop will be made in Cen Fugas where they will again hunt and fish. The final city on the itinerary will be Camaguay where they will remain for the New Year holiday, returning to Miami around January 5. Dr. and Mrs. Clement C. Hammond, 1560 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Howard Bruce, at {Mount Sinai Hospital on November 28. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. Rubin, Uniontown, Pa., and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Minnie E. Freeman, is a pioneer resident of Miami. The bris was performed on December 5 by Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Godparents were Dr. and Mrs. Charles I. Beckwitt and sandek was Jack J. Barco. •k Mrs. Sid Lewis and Mrs. Edward A. Stern returned to Miami Beach this week after a twc-week sojourn with their mother, Mrs. Alexander Toffler of Leavenworth, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yaffe of Miami recently returned frcm Boston, where they "attended the wedding of their nephew, Cy faffe. The newlyweds are honeymonning at the Sherry-Frontenac Hotel, Miami Beach. Also vacationing here from the Boston area are Mr. Yaffe's brother, Max, his sister, Mrs. Jacob Schubert, and her husband, and his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Wasserman, and their son, Scott. The Yaffes were hosts to the visitors at a family dinner on Wednesday night. Kenny Myers, freshman at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is spending the holidays with hfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Kenny, who is a Tau Epsilon Phi pledge, was recently elected to a student government post. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Katz of Miami Beach celebrated the bris milah of their son, Jeffrey Alan, on Tuesday. December 12. The baby's father served as Sandek and the grandparents,, Mr. and Mrs. David Katz, were godparents. The Rev. Philip Fried served as Mohel. The bris of Nathan Rosenkranz. son of Mr. arid Mrs. Gregory Rosenkranz. was held Sunday at the home of his parents, 620 S.W. 16th Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro served as Sandek. Bernara Sterling as godfather and Mrs. George Goldberg as godmother. The Rev. Philip Fried officiated PAGE 7 A Deborah Group of Hadassah held its annual brunch and fashion show in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel. Shown at the affair are Mrs. Herbert Gutman. vice president; Mrs. Bernard Fuller, president; Mrs. Sanford Kramer, chairman, and Mrs. Sam Coolilc, co-chairman. Lin Fong 7321 Collins Ave. PHONE 86-5588 "A rare treat in Chinese Cuisine" Lunch — Dinner — Supper Delicious Orders to Take Out 2 %  7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS SWISS KNIGHT %  s T HE FAVORITE CHEESE IN JEWISH HOMES SO GOOD WITH FRUIT always serve some Swiss Knight with fruit. 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PAGE 8 A +Jewish fk>ri(fitor?_ !" W 1 _DECENffi ER Oneg Shabbat To Honor JNF Leader Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Ralph Spero and Mrs. Alexander Kogan will serve as hostesses at an Ones Shabbat in honor of Mendel N.! Fisher, executive director of the Jewish National Fund of America, at Tempo Beth Sholom on on December 22. following lili .-1" v Mrs. Ell is JNF tree chairman of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadhfisah; Mrs. Spero. tree chair\ man lor the Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah; and Mrs. Kogan public relations chairman of the JNF Council of Greater Miami. Pioneer Women Will Hear Book Review Louis Schwartzman, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will present a book review at the meeting of the Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women on Tuesday. December 26. at 8:15 p.m. at Beth El. Mrs. Ruth Uliss, cultural chairman, is in charge of the program. Kiddie Entertainment Kiddie entertainment will be provided by Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer Women on Sunday. December 24. from 2 to 4 p.m. at 1758 S.W. 23rd St. According to Mrs. Fred Sandier, chairman of the event, there will he refreshments and live entertainment, and proceeds will go tc Israel. a.i %  IV.uli Y lloaux Art (osi I< Pfestu-e Pan American MwS Pan Americanism will be the I motif of the annual Beaux Art Costume Ball to be sponsored by the Miami Beach YM & WHA Saturday, January 20, at 8:30 i. according to Jack Lamport, V T 'f f k '.tained chairman of the social committee, j ,,..„;' -ami which various don-,..,*, willdispl "JJjWj dances. uln A merj Munii | 'iuiii. —Ardmore Working on plan* for the third annual dinner of the Hebrew Academy to be held at the Grossinger-PancoBSt Hotel on January 14 are (sitting, 1. to r.) Rabbi Alexa n de r S. Gross, principal and director of the academy; Dr. David S. Andron, academy president; Isidore Goldberg, vice president; (standing, same order) Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth, co-chairman of the affair; Lewis Escott; and Jack Satin, vice president Aaron Courshon, co-chairman of the event, was not present when the photograph was taken. Brotherhood Ploni] • i, Th ? I; od of the Miami Israel Cor „ A,: accommo-! first annu ,„. Z?' 1 of the synagogue A program f music, ganj freshments and profcOJ tertainm ent has been arra "Because of the tremendous response to the affair at the Roney Plaza last year," Lamport said, •"it has boon divided to hold this year"s festivities at Beach Auditorium to .. date the many hundreds who cember 24 M : : „ m ?*! could not get into the Roney last "f year. Serving on the committees, which will help execute this year's gala event are such art notables as Reyna Youngerman, William Oberman, Zena Posever, and Jack Tanenbaum. Using the slogan. "South Amer| ica, Take It Away," this year's fiesta will include art exhibits Woghin Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Gary Woghin, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wogin, will take place on Saturday, December 23, at 9 a.m. Maccabiah Postponed The Maccabiah for Jewish Ms in the community. scheduled for December 24 and 31, has been postponed, according to Louis Sen n, ciirecl ir of the Bureau of Jewish Education. FOR RENT Lovely 3 exposure twin bedroom in beautiful Miami Beach home for the season. Kitchen privileges or healthful, nutritional meals optional. Private, restful patio. Phone 5-4428. Rabbi Kronish Receives Letter From Mrs. FUR Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom has received a letter from Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, in which she comments upon his series of film-forum-lectures on The Bible—Source Book of Human Relations and Human Rights." The lectures are being given by the rabbi on Wednesday evenings at 9 o'clock and are open to the general public. "The study of human rights and freedoms is one of the essential is that must be undertaken in the situation in which the world finds itself today." Mrs. Roosevelt wrote. "Basic to the development of an atmosphere in the world in which peace can grow," she continued, "is a knowledge throughout the world of individual human rights and freedoms. For that reason the writing of the Charter of Human Rights has been considered one of the best corner stones on which peace can be | built in the future." To Mark Judaea Month I In commemoration of Young Judaea Month. Mrs. H. Moser, chairman of Young Judaea section of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, will present a program at the next meeting of the Coral Gables Zionist District Ion Thursday. December 28. at j 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables JcwI ish Center. Norman R. Lyons will j preside at the meeting. First Anniversary The first anniversary of "Builders of Israel," a 15-minute feature narrated by Harold Shapiro on Morris Nasatir's Jewish Classical Hour over WINZ. will be observed on Sunday. January 7, with a special 30-minute program. OFFICE GIRL WANTED Coral Gables Jewish Center wishes to Employ Girl Able to Type and Handle Mailing. Call 58-8073 or come to 320 Palermo Avenue in Coral Gables. NORMA KAYE Teacher of DICTION • PHONETICS Speech Impediment Correction Call 58-4822 Evenings Write: 830 3rd St.. M.B. Solomon Appointed Frank Solomon was named attorney for the town of North Miami after Councilman John Ricardelli announced that George Meister had resigned. SOUTHERN ARM0J SERVICE, INC. Payroll Service, Bonded t Trucki. Inquiries Cordially Invited—Ph I Local References & Credit Gladly Furnished P. O Box 2504. Miami 15 j Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasbergi Miami & Miami Beach's Finest Jewish Funeral Hon With DIGNITY \ .,,, -^ zz-JLm ICE BOX "sj Hog. 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.y DECEMBER 22, 1950 B'nai ITrith Mombors Bring illrA-d In Civil lieftease Program hundred n '" ; --* ^^jstjloriciiari PAGE 9 A Ely-five hundred B'nai f -,,„ ; ,nd women in South ar c being mobilized in en t Civil Defense Proit has been announced by trrent tachi Leader launch Forums {neseth Israel kamuel S. Lefkowitz, presiCf the Mizrachi OrganizaIPaterson, N. J., will launch Leg Shabbat forums, to be m Rabbi Isaac H. Ever ich week at Kneseth Israel pgation. on Friday, Decem. at 8:30 p.m., according to | Isaac H. Ever, spiritual |of the synagogue. _iefkowitz, member of the Hapoel of the Mizrachi Orlion of America and a to the world Mizrachi ace in Jerusalem in 1945, returned from an ex£tour of Europe and Israel 1 discuss the life and enin the young Jewish nr Abraham Seif will lead Bgregatmn in communal land refreshments will be [in the social hall follow) forum. George J. Bcrtman, president of the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council. Appointed to head the gian enrollment program is Michael M Isenberg, Miami attorney who served as a lieutenant colonel in the European Theatre. Ten men's lodges and eight women's chapters have appointed civil defense chairmen who will be directly responsible to General Chairman Isenberg for the coordination of educational material in the South Florida area. Applications for volunteer services are being distributed to all members of B'nai B'rith in this area in accordance with the general organization plan set forth by the Dade County Civil Defense Council. "B'nai B'rith stands ready, as it .has in all periods of world crises, to cooperate fully in the defense of our country," stated Isenb erg. In this, critical time it is imperative that ail citizens prepare themselves at once to serve in some civilian capacity. Men and women will hold positions of equal responsibility in this Civil Defense program," Isenberg continued, "and we are therefore inviting the women's chapters of B'nai B'rith to join with the men in coordinating defense activities." He pointed out a specific need for women in the fields of communication, nursing, transportation, evacuation and Red Cross work. Appointed to serve as civil defense chairmen of their respective units are Edward Roth, Sholem; Herbert Markow, Miami Beach; Lester Lasky, North Shore; Tilden Corenblum. Coral Gables; Irwin Berman, Tropical; Emanuel Levinson, Isaac Levin; Ben Bloom, Flamingo; Daniel Danart, Ft. Lauderdale; Louis Charnow, Hollywood; Mrs. Lenore Curtice, Sholem Women; Mrs. Theodore Arvan, Miami Beach Women; Mrs. Louis Wilson. Tropical Women; Mrs. Jack Dickson, North Shore Women; Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, Coral Gables Women; and Elaine Saunders, Emma Lazarus Business and Professional Women. The charter of the Greater Miami Hh,._ T i. .. —Associated Photo Judge Geor ge Holt on *££!££££ IZ22£T£E22&Z? ti9ned fa th offic C*eui, Hurwiix Mr.. Jo.hu. SSSSSSSS^M^. R.c£^ ?2£ c *'mon r • "• to r.) Joseph David Friedman, LouU Gadon and Attorney S.m.-tpf Ros \-J hu St.dlan. Maurice Mamches, nuttee not in the photograph gjwgjgg;jggj"""" %  A membe r of the ch comBerman Elected To Odd Fellows Post Joseph A. Berman was elected noble grand of Miami Beach Lodge 79 of the Odd Fellows at a meeting this week. Other officers are Eugene J. Weiss, vice grand; Paul Warren, financial secretary; Irving M. i Cooperman recording secretary; 1 Harry A. Sonz, treasurer. A resolution adopted at the meeting calls for the group's fullest cooperation with national and local defense agencies during the current emergency. For superlative cuisine in an atmosphere of quiet elegance DAVID ROSNER Invites you to dine once again at his luxurious HOTEL GOOD On the Ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach Of Course — Dietary Laws Strictly Observed Inner 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. — For reservations Phone 58-1451 Rath Clein Wins ^p4Mh Contest Ruth Clein was chosen winner of the third annual extemporaneous speaking contest sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission, it was announced by Cantor Samuel Kelemer, chairman. She was awarded a gold cup and a scholarship to attend the winter Young Judaea conclave. Runners-up were Elizabeth Simkowitz and Louise Morgen, who received scholarships to the winter meet. Bryan Harelick was | awarded a gold cup for first place I in the junior division. Members of Beersheba, Beth El, Petah Tikvah, Chaim Weizmann, Hatikvah and Kadimah i groups of Young Judaea. Young Adult Unit Formed A Young Adult group has been j formed by the North Beach Area j of the Jewish Centers Association. The group plans weekly meetings, with a diversified program of music, dramatics, crafts, dancing and discussions, at Temple Beth Sholom, under the guid1 ance of Randy Polansky, area director. Dick Fink, local attorney, has been selected by the group as temporary chairman. Yvette Rosalsky has been named secretary. Other members of the group are Joyce Furman. Phyllis Wilpon, Bea Disman, Jerry Miller, Gloria Golin, Edythe Golin. Harriette Levine, Steve Splar, Jess Rabinowitz, Jack Ell. Francine Levy, A. Budd Cutler. Fred Sewall, Sylvia Selevan, Vic Reiner, Gloria Lichtenstein and Evelyn Kassman. Pardo, Sonz Named [To Zionist Posts Named to fill the vacancies of •financial secretary and treasurer I of the Miami Beach Zionist District were Joseph Pardo and Harry J. Sonz, respectively, according to Alex Van Straaten, president. Pardo, a graduate of the University of Miami Business Administration and Law Schools, has served as president of Miami and Miami Beach Masada. A graduate of Brandeis Camp Institute, he j formerly served as chairman of the Young Judaea Leaders' Council and is currently a member of the faculty of Temple Beth Sholom Religious School. j Sonz, formerly of St. Louis, Mo., has resided here since his army discharge from World War II in 11946 and is in the real estate and merchandising field. He is a mem. ber of the Neighborhood Commission for Iriquois Nation, Ad%  vancement Commission for the | Boy Scouts of the Iriquois Nation; treasurer of the Odd Fellows and a member of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. "On the Trail" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision We Sell Retail and Wholesale to Hotels, Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St. Buy Direct — Save Money MENDELSOHN'S i" RESTAURANT 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach Air-Coiiditioned for your comfort "Where the Finest Meet to Dine" Daily from 11 A. M. to 9 P. M. ONLY TWO GOOD PLACES TO EAT—HERE OR HOME! Phone 58-8946 %  YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING-DON T LET THEM DOWN! [END SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! J0& *<*£&&& t*.a 1 tw P* c* ,,tic in B 8C Vt0 es ;e o ,ee yo or Erst** Shipping Charges inch duties artSl ONLY K'^fe OO^ P^ pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras ,lH TO 6 —HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND — FOR A FAMILY 13 lb*. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder Iftol. Canned Milk; 8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegetables; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas, Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit; 8 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs. Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea; 2 lbs. Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF: FOR FAMILY [ABCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. f D NET WEIGHT .55 LBS. CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! c Per D |b f.' Sr;, u l your ""-Packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only "Shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack vour Darcels and bring them into any of Your relatives have offic rthin of Far ig your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and Tours. (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb) Itoniuii 'uurs. Israel duties prepaid nere IOC per ID; IUI idii'ica ..... Piy there. (Outside Metropol. Area charges 'or self-packed parcels slightly higher.) • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 19 lb $11.75 4 lb Meat 6 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb Butter 1 lb. Oil %  i lb. Egg 1 can Sardines 1 4 oz. Tea i 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup | 2 lb. S„gar Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 16 25 lb $12.75 PARCEL 19 35 lb S18.75 6 lb Meat C 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. 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Roney Plaza 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5328 Uptown Office 8638 Collins Avenue Tel. 86-1472 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 _#T.T* 6 bars fancy face *o QQ 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soap, inclusive duties and deliveries by Air# A QC Express I *t.TJ



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A I ** PAGE 10 A fJmlsti tier Mian i^Ii£KEMBER, Blank Marks 25th Anniversary r,i i 4 ,„ n jin T>wi*h distributor for merchandise that i give the organization 200,000 Sam Bla f' u ^ h d '"^ off the water-soaked square feet of working area. The leader andI P^^f !" shrives? It was as much of a I plant at Northwest Seventh Ave£** "..^.T 25?h chaKge to Blank as his cus-| nue, and 13th Street is one of the r>... u. .,,,.., 1 in lhso r-itv'e most mnriprn and is ncwir is marking the 25th concern, is maming V nL o /^' tm ne.s But he recognized in those city's most modern, and is now anniversary of ^business he to m -Bu ^ ec g ^ ^ of lcmcntcd b warehouses at founded during.the boom cii^msta op p 0 rtunity to Miami International Airport. The anniversary celeb at on ^v^ !" ^ fr £ nds f 0 r the From its doors and platforms flow a party at which maiw me io b products tQ B]ank s Florida wide New credits were granted. Blank distribution system—from PensaHyman Zaidman %  lib Tfilah I-lorls Zaidman Hyman Zaidman has been elected president of Congregation Beth Tfilah. Born in Europe and I opened with I Blank played host to over 300 employees, their wives and hus' bands. The staff took time out from the festivities to pay tribute to the man who 25 years ago 'started one of Florida's most un; usual success stories. Typical of the local business pioneers who were to weather out the boom and the "bust" of the mid-20's. Blank built his concern around a small beginning. Behind him. when he left New 1 York in 1925. was a baking concern—successful enough. but nothing to compare with the ex[ tensive enterprise which he was to develop in Florida. True, the new business was on a modest scale. Sugar, then, was an item in heavy demand. But a one-track railroad and slow ship schedules could not bring merchants enough of it. Supply was down to a trickle. Then it was that Blank, exercising some of his keen business judgment which was to build his organization. raised in Israel, Zaidman has j figured a way to give customers been a resident of this area for all the sugar they needed, when the past seven years and has been an ardent worker at Beth Tfilah since the congregation was founded. Before his arrival here. he served as president of the Edgemere Shaaray Zedeck in Edgemere, N. Y. Serving with Zaidman will be Norman Kaplan, first vice president: Isidore Kramer, second vice president: Solomon Alter, treasurer: Simon Hill, assistant treasurer: William Rothman. financial secretary: and Rabbi M. Katz. corresponding secretary. Music Group Forming A Miami Beach Music Club to be composed of performing musicians is now being organized, acprc dicted. the bubble burst. Speccording to an announcement by u i a tion. over-development took they needed it. By a speeded-up ship delivery sytem. Blank made his deliveries as promised. The set-up clicked, and pleased customers flocked to the new sugar distributor. To the enterprising young newcomer, the execution of his promise, and the acceptance of his services by the thriving Florida metropolis spelled only one thing —opportunity, as much opportunity as a man could handle. Blank was soon joined by Jack Miller, now first vice president of the firms which make their headquarters here. The two have been close associates ever since. The building-up process wasn't all rosy. As the wiseacres had Ruth Brotman. soprano and music correspondent. Purpose of the group, according to Miss Brotman. is to further their toll, and the "bust" was on. tightened his belt and began, for cola and Jacksonville in the north, the second time, to rebuild the to Key West in the south, business. A rigid rule went into Where once he had served his effect: profits, however small, customers in a single truck. Blank were to be plowed back into the now dispatched whole fleets of business. The idea workedCustrucks, which are regarded as tomers took the cue from the far] the south's largest, loajded with sighted young distributor and Ballantine ale and beer, Budbuilt back with him. ] weiser and Michelob beers. Other For seven years, Blank and his products were now in the Blank growing staff toiled. Relentlessly line-up: Libby s and other nationhewing to the line of fair practice ally known food brands, soft and honest value, the firm soon .drinks like Hire s Root Beer. Clicbegan to prosper. Faster than j quot Club beverages and Mil Kay Blank or his helpers had guessed, Orange. His trucks wheeled away it expanded, drew new friends, and began serving a widening market. South Florida's magic began more than ever to spark Blank's efforts. Pleased by the sight of people and business which could ride out the worst nature or economics conjured up, Blank signalled the go-ahead for bigger things, more products, better service over a larger area. The decision was fortunate for in 193S—when prohibition ended and beer came back—Blank was wines under the labels of Italian SPA Sam Blank in American education, president and a trustee of] Swiss Colony, Garrett's, Virginia Beach's Mount Sinai H has been one of that instj leading supporters, in Dare, Manischewitz, Madaria and K-A. Out of this mammoth operation, | word He is also s five corporations have emerged, Dade Countv Research t, each steeped in Blank's traditions of unstinting service to the customer. The organizations include National Brands, Inc., State Beverages, Inc., Southern Beverages, Inc., Polar Beverages, Inc., and National Beverages, Inc. Today's enterprises, overseen as closely as ever by Blank himready with a smoothly-working' self, have given Floridians a distribution system to meet the I whole new concept of what a sudden demand. His old experiences in giving customers sugar when other suppliers failed came in handy. Too, he was quick to note the trend of America's beer drinkers—almost an extinct following during the drought of the 20's. Americans were slaking their thirst on any brand of beer they could find; sometimes, the taste wasn't worth the effort. Blank figured, and again rightly, that when the novelty would wear off, customers would want to stock quality beers. America was through with speakeasy days. Beer drinkers deserved a product But Blank had confidence in the ,' they could serve in their homes distributor's responsibilities are to his customers. Where to—from here? It's a question Blank has ever had the answer for thanks to his faith in the state he adopted. He tells friends the surface has been' only scratched here, that Florida, and South Florida, in particular, still have the opportunity and future he thrilled to on a day in 1925. To Blank's many friends and acquaintances in business, he is a dynamo of energy. They see the now veteran distributior as someI ti 0 n~for a man'of "Blank's thing of a symbol of the modern | but notninK in the las day pioneer life an exhibit A of; kept him from a World what hard work, daith in the' tion. the National Chi Cardiac Home, the Mia_ Table of the National Cool of Christians and Jews. L. is a trustee of the Greater! Jewish Federation, as holding office in numerous! lar organizations. With all these myriad intj he manages to find time t. a directorship of the Men National Bank—a far the extra responsibilities i when he arrived from Nei in the 20's, determined to 1 living in the land of He has served also capacities as director of I Cross, chairman of the" Miami Army-Navy Co the USO during the war I vice president and director j Miami Chamber of Comma director and treasurer of I ami Community Chest. There's little time for and he is convinced no le American way and faithful servj oa rth m-itches the Miami city he had learned to love; its with pride. Blank's prediction ice to the £ hc can accomp iish. *"? future—something told him—was j worked out. The public taste did Thpv nnin t mit it q a stnrv of ( c an .' music in the area, to promote | still there for the imaginative, I switch. When it did, Blank alnew music and young artists and honest tradesman. | ready had contracted for the topto agree on uniform fees for performers. Miss Brotman has been a resident of this area for the past ten years and has performed here on numerous occasions. In addition, she has brought many world renowned artists. Brushing aside the bad turn I grade brands that were to be naof events as a trick of fate—a | tional leaders. He had the trucks, trick that cost Blank virtually i he had the personnel. It was the every cent he had in the world— same story as in sugar. Blank's the young businessman started perseverance won out again. building back. By mid-1926, he was on his feet again. But tough luck struck still another mighty blow when a monstrous hurricane howled out of the sea. The tragedy was nearly fatal The 30's enabled the firm to grow still more. Gone were the fledgling days of "getting started." The problem now was to provide, along the ever-lengthening routes Blank's trucks were to the community—and to Blank's | traveling. In 1940, 15 years old and still Blank lives with his wifl son, Jerry His Daughter] married—Marion to Dr. Frehling; Rose, to San Kramer, who is an associl They point out it's a story of | hard-earned success that could not be equalled in any other nation of the world today. There's another side to Sam Blank that few people know about g££ '££ —" ft -the efforts he directs for chantj h d d del 1 able organizations the hours he h grand£athert tales I devotes to civic affairs. Always! M %  %  „ with good humor, with none of old .,, iami the aloofness for the average man All in all. the Blank, that might be expected from a! one ofl ''^das^arestj highly successful business man, he helps pilot the affairs of numerous local agencies and institutions. Holiday Dance Slated Temple Isaiah Young Peoples League will hold a holiday dance interests. on Sunday, December 24, at 9| stores blown apart, their In-1 growing/Blank's operations" were I "~5a la a trustee of the University p.m. in its new meeting hall at,ventones ruined, the town's mermoved into a new headquarters of Miami, a keen observer of its the town and Beach Club on chants sensed only despair in their I at Miami. Expansive office space, 1 plight. Many still owed the sugar storage platforms combined to Lincoln Road. of Miami, a keen observer of its activities and services, a perennial booster to its rising place that proves to the new today what S.iuth store for the man of vis tegrity and a devotion fellow citizens, It proves the notion of J prise isn't dead, nor. :nw the skids. Miami .!w ish < ommuiiil > Ontor Varsity Hoopmen Win First Oaino Of §eaMM %  LB nsl o id*> ;* %  L ) r -1 1 B m'M f f % 1 1 mm m ij) j A ) [ %  ] aw 4* #' r A.' 1 -•• > • The Miami Jewish Community Center Varsity Basketball team defeated the Miami Beach Y hoopmen on Sunday night to the tune of 48 to 41 in a fast moving see-saw game. Pictured here are Coach Abe Cutler. Miami Jewish Community Center Physical Education Director Abe Rochstein. Dare Davis. Leo Mark. Ben Grossberg. Bernard Wexler. Goody Sculky and Sy Bmm. In ill opening game of the season the Miami Jewish Community Center Junior Varsity j> a „.\ IS years) suffered a defeat at the bands of the Miami Beach II ^ E was 31 to 24. Miami team members are Leon Mendel. Dave Morvi ^ Goldenberg. Ed Barusch. Larry Alboum. Earl Bragman. Len Kesi %  ^ Howard Solomon. Marvin Millstein. Bob Bergen and Coach uave



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jaJIiian Urges Later Support [ r Jewish State Imorican Jewish efforts in bei f Israel seem insignificant l„rnmpaied with the staggerM&* being made by the Liic themselves. Ki 'he word of Jacob H. Ekof the James Hotel, Miami U who recently returned H. Morris i his filth sojourn in the JewIrcpubl: He remained there |n mon' irris made his first visit in fwhenth Hebrew University openi.i At that time he led members of his family Poland. He reports I they : %  % %  w thriving in the 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 buffet will be served. Reservations may be made by r^m M rS „ MaX ^ Ber ^an at •i-5837, Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2-7135 48-8c£ S l ROSen 4 127 0r ^jwistirkricifari West Flagler To Open December 25 The West Flagler Kennel Club will open ,ts 1950-51 greyhound oei a, according to Jacob Sher president of the South's top ra n k : mg oval ,n attendance and mutuel T,,m et H rning 3S racing ^retary is I !" 8 6 !" 1 ^ a nationally known figure m the sport. During the past summer, Benner was secrePAGE 11 A Beach Center To Open Adult Studies The Miami Beach Jewish Center will open its Adult Institute for Jewish Studies on Wednesday, December 27, at 7:30 pm under the direction of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, and registration is now open at the center office All classes will be conducted in the Religious School Building. The institute, affiliated with the National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies, under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, the Rabbinical Assembly and the United Synagogue of America, last year received an award from the national academy. In its annual report, taking in the 117 affiliated conservative synagogues, the center courses were listed as "most ideal and significant in presenting a well-rounded program for American Jewish adul; 14 T with T %  s£l CT a d nd n fi "** MaM party. The Adult Education Institute is a project of the board of education including Harry Sirkin, Jacob Sher ["he Miamian spent I president; Mrs. Pearl w. I president of the sisterhood: Mrs Theodore Hankoff, president of the Parent Teacher A and I. R. Goodman, chairman of the school Mat %  y K berg, chairman of the Sunday School and Sol Golcli, gonths there in 1937-38. \ thai have taken last in Israel Morris stales. I i believe ents that ve achieved in a I-:. are amazing." I en a Zionist for I irs and has been |e in I '•• wark and Miami r He is a member %  the Miami Beach Jewish OPERA GUILD | OF GREATER MIAMI Presents FERRUCCIO |TagBiavini pporud By World-Famous Itars ir. the Comic Opera ELIXIR of LOVE .13-15—Miami Senior High and CARMEN With All Met Stars i 24—Dade County Audilum; Feb. 26—Miami Beach tiitorium. Ticket Reservation and lembcrship Call or Write ••1332 Cur, line's 1-7575 Miami Beach Radio •6123 C...rdelia' •0436 Miami Beach Aud. OPERA GUILD S. W. 29th Rd. 3-5967 UGUST BROS Ry t If the HE ST? a Peeree Slated For •laiiuary 21 Jan Peerce, who is celebrating his tenth anniversary as leading tenor of the Metropolitan Op< vu. will appear here on Sunday night. January 21 at the new Miami Beach City Auditorium under the auspices of the North Shore Jewish Center. The New York-born vocalist 1 made three debuts on three con! tinents this past summer. In July, he bowed at the Teatro Colon in Bogota, where his concerts were described as the most sensational in 22 years. In August the tenor made his initial appearance in Israel and stayed for 14 concerts, including performances as soloist with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. In September, a European audience heard the Ameri: can singer for the first time when he performed in London. In between, Peerce managed to find time to go to Hollywood to sing in a new film to be released by Twentieth Century Fox. The range of Peerce's activities is matched by his versatility as an artist which he attributes to his exclusive American training. He has been acclaimed not only for his Italian bel canto style but for his interpretations of Schubert lieder as well as popular ballads. track. H. M. Barton, who has been the West Flagler oval in an nearly a le and a half, again will ling judge and ; of the racing I n1 Bart in : ivith the sport %  %  ir of mutuels Otl A V Ellis, padd k judge; R. R. Han-is. Louis Schnibbe, startei; W. L. Harris, cli rk of scales and %  ward; Guy Gailey, lure Bill Allen, patrol judge; Dr. J. 11. Yarborough, veterinarian: Merrill Watts, program and form chart; George Gallet, director of publicity: Bert Acker, public relations and Jack Stevens, announcer. 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" LEGAL NOTICE RE-OPENING FRIDAY. DEC. 22nd. 4:30 P.M. PLAZA So. End Washington Ave. Theatre Miami Beach 5-2302 |Th<' Kiggest Yiddish Vaudeville Show In Town! MICHEL ROSENBERG "Atta Boy Getzel" World Famous Comedian PAUL BURSTEIN LILLIAN LUX Nationally Known Stage Artists In A Gala Revue "C'OMK AMI LAUGH" Continuous Performances Daily NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TIIK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. i'll!iM"IT i>F FLORIDA, IN AND P >R DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 187409 HARRY FRIESLEBEN, Plaintiff, vs. OLADYS FRIESLEBEN. Defendant. TO: GLADYS FRIESLEBEN, El i I.. Ui Post, %  Weal 812 Strei t \. w York 84, New York You arc raquli ed • "i'V f your answer t<> the BUI of Complaint fr>r Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, file the original answer In the office ol Clerk "i the Circuit <' %  •urt on or before tii %  %  \ 11 |9J %  othei Ise, the BUI of tornplalnl for Divorce, heretofore filed will I"taken as co vou. Dated at Miami, Forlda, this the E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of t he < Dad Florida. Circuit C -• .... Bj WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON \ FRIEDMAN, %  Pla. :. -29 I 5-12 NOTICE UNDER TICTITIOUS NAME LAW I %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to ••image in business under the fictitious name of Adelaide Courl Apartments at 245-51 S W IM!I Court, Miami, Florida, intends to register -.nil r.ame With the Clerk of the Circuit Court -if Dade County, Florida. N. .1 BERMAN, iwner AMI IS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 12 22-29 1 5-12 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIROUIT COURT OF TIIK 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 137438, AUNES CECILIA MARSHALL, Plaintiff, vi EVERETT MARSHALL, Defendant, TO: EVERETT MARSHALL Rockvllle, Rhode Island You ai e hereby i otlfled that a Bill of Complaint f"i Divorce has been filed agalnsl you and you are hereby red to sei 11 py of J our to the Bill of Complaint on %  I fi • the o Answer n th< office •>< the Clerk of %  i n or before the of Janu %  the alii Bill of Coi taken %  h day of E B LEATHERMAN, %  %  i: II RICE, .IR lOF K NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— NO. 22SS9. RE ESTATE I >F LENA MARCUS, I deceased NOTICE is hereby given that I have I filed my final report and petition f"iI Final Discharge as Administrator of •.tie .f Lena Marcus, deceased; and thai on the 27th day of January, 1951, will apply t" the Honorable W F Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of i.. %  i Marcus, deceased. This 15th dav of December, 1950. MEYER M VRCUS, Administrator MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator 12/2229 1 5-12 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1374IL*. HELEN JANOWSKI, Plaintiff, va JOHN JANOWSKI. Defendant. I'I I .li >HN JAN' IWSKI, ::i <; tie, l trookls n, New I %  You j %  inanswer to the Bill ol i oi for I >lvoi ce on th< and to file the • %  • I t Courl on or before thi A 1' 19i • Com xv • • ssed by i: i IAN, ON i :IE MAN. I la. f k| I i



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ihJIiewiislh-IEIliOiriidliiQun MM I o in Women to, "That Greek Dog" Will Be Sponsor Dance MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1950 SEC. B IStrassburg To Speak At Zionist Luncheon Rnhert Strassburg, director of I u Sc program for the Jewish Ks Association, will be C rinri D al speaker at the meeting r P e M iami Beach Zionist imcheon Club on Wednesday n7 &f 12:15 p.m. at from and was Harold Shapiro, chairman and 'TtrlsSurg graduated from New England Conservatory of Music fnd received his master's degree in music from Harvard University He held a fellowship Harvard in composition musicology and in 1946 panted the McDowell FeUowfhiD by the National Institute of Arts and Letters. He also received a scholarship in composition from he Boston Symphony. Strassburg has written the musical background for more than a score of documentary films, many chamber music pieces and the music for the Torah Services of the White Plains, New York Jewish Center. Besides these accomplishments, he has conducted the Period Choral Society in New York and has been music director for 1ZFA and Brandeis Camp Institute. Israeli news report will be present' I by Charles H. Lee. Assisting Shapiro with arrangements are: Daniel M. Broad. Paul Eisman, Jacob C. Fishman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Sam Proster*man and Irving Schatzman. Chicago Club Seals Leaders Hylan Kout was installed as president of the Chicago Club of Greater Miami at a dinner at the Clover Club Sunday evening. Also recognized at the rites were Janette Schwartz, Meyer Friedman and Dr. M. I. Edelman, vice presidents; Max Schwartz, treasurer; Faye Tupler. Shirley Alperstein and Ann Ball, secretaries. Edna Rosen is chairman of the board. Other board members include Charlotte Aherns, Mrs. William Bain, Maury M. Ball, Isidore Becker. Dr. J. Breakstone, Harry Boyell. Maurice Conn, Mrs. M. Corn, Alex Goldblatt, Marion M. Goldfarb, S. Greenfield, Mrs. I. Goldman, Mrs. J. Handelsman, Clara Levy, Samuel Pearlman, Harry Rand, David Schwartz, Irving Shatzman, Mrs. Herman Steinman and Mrs. Milton Shenberg. Editor, Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: I wish to express my protest for giving space to Alfred Segal's so called "article"—"Santa Claus and the Maccabbee" (Jewish Floridian, December 10). Although the "article" has an editor's note, where he disagrees with the views expressed by the author, there is no justification for printing such Christian-sentimental nonsense during the Chanuka week. And if that is not enough we find, on another page, a story about a certain benefactor, Max Rabinoff, where he's compared, several times, with "Santa." Doesn't the editor know that among Jews, such a person is usually identified with "Eliyahu Hanovi"? Or does the "Floridian" wish to follow the general trend of pre-Xmas tumult and hubbub? Sincerely* vours. ELIEZER LASAVIN. Principal of the W. C. Peretz Schools. Theatre Party Planned Greater Miami Chapter of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society will sponsor a performance of the Studio M production of "The Silver Cord" on Thursday. December 28. at 8:30 p.m. at the Phyllis Kapp Studio, 247 Malaga Ave., Coral Gables. Proceeds will go for the care of tubercular patients at Jackson Memorial and Kendall Hospitals Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will hold its first annual dinner dance on Wednesday, December 27, at Copa City at 7:30 p.m., according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander Robbins, president. Mrs. Joseph Fenias is chairman of the affair, with Mrs. Alex A. Straus and Mrs. Ben Lewis as co-chairmen. Serving with them are the Mesdames Frank Becker, Charles Gertler, Sol Goldstein, Ray Goodman, David Levinson, Eli Meltzer and George Weinger. Mrs. Norman Babel is handling the tickets which may be procured through her or through the temple office. Aired Sunday Afternoon "That Greek Dog" starring Ev erett Sloane, noted radio and stage actor, will be heard Sunday, December 24, at 3:30 p. m. over radio station WKAT. "That Greek Dog," latest episode in the new radio series, stories to Remember, is the story of a dog who has a keen nose for human companionship and sharp teeth for injustice and unfairness. It was adapted for radio by the Institute for Democratic Education. The program is presented in Greater Miami through Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and the Florida Regional Office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. i*! fables Center To lleeeive Scrolls Unique religious ceremonies I under a wedding canopy will mark the presentation of two new sacred Torah Scrolls by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weissel and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Boris Etingoff and sons, to the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Sunday, December 24. at 8 p.m. Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual leader of* the center, will conduct a special religious service, assisted by Cantor Joseph W. Malek. Stephen Kessler. organist, and Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and center choir. Jack Silverman. chairman of the Siyum Hataroh ceremonies will present the Sopher Scribe who will complete the Hebrew inscriptions in the scrolls, and Herbert Gelernter, president of the congregation, will accept the Torahs from the donors. Representatives of the school board, daily Hebrew and religious schools and the confirmation class of 1951 will also participate. The service will be followed by a social hour tendered by the Weissels, Etingoffs and the center sisterhood. y&uA, UandwAUinq, Personal Service through handwriting 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 experienced handwriting psychologist, give you a psychological check-up. Send at least 12 lines written with pen and ink | —no ball point—in self-addressed stamped envelope with 50 cents— no stamps—to David Meyr, The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. The following sample is from a letter by a 22-year old college graduate who wonders whether she would be happier in a career or marriage. Center Men's Club To Hear Griffith Arthur Griffith, chief editorial writer of the Miami Herald, will lead a discussion on "Will There Be Peace or World War III?" at the next meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's Club on Tuesday, December 26, at 8:15 p.m. in the center social hall, Julius J. Perlmutter, men's club president, has announced. Gilbert J. Balkin, men's club secretary, is in charge of the Program. The men's group is sponsoring a community-wide lecture forum series which will feature Sumner Welles. Wednesday, January 24; Maurice Samuel, Sunday, February 18; David E. Lilienthal, Wednesday, March 14; and William L. Shirer, Sunday, April 11. Workshop Will Present { Jj 0 Story of Woodrow Wilson ***-*--* "The Story of Woodrow Wil-, Your handwriting, Miss B.. son" win be presented bv Radio !,hows that your nature requires hop for Democracy on Sun-] both. You are too independent. December 24, at 7:45 p. m. | Pn ereetic and a personalit L.W Pradio station WMIE. peering in this week's prore Bob Brenner. Vic Knob%  • ;• Bill Rogers. Lowell Thing and Irving Friedman. Directing the program is Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with Steve Kessmusical director. Adult Group To Dance The newly formed Adult Social Ur< >up of the Miami Jewish Community Center will sponsor a ance Saturday night, December *d. at the center. All unmarried faults over 28 years of age are invited. energetic and a personal^ ... vour own right to merge completely with a mate. You would be most efficient and happy as secretary* in a financial firm would fevel in handling stocks and bonds, quotations and centages. And it won t take your employer long to realize that you may be left to your own initially e To handle his affairs with perfect safety*. On the other hand, your nature requires that you lean on someone for support. That s where a mate and family would fill out your life. Bat avoid an emotional demonstrative mate. You need a conservative, quiet type. J Ip&mM/^' PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HOTEL GOOD 43rd Street on the Ocean Miami Beach, Florida American Plan Dietary Laws r : lfYr m. '.



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PAGE 2 B vJewlsli Hork/ian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22,1950 Mrs. Abba S. Eban (right), wife of Israel's ambassador to the United States, accepts the first in a series of U.S. Savings Bonds on behalf of the New York chapter of Hadassah from donor Mrs. Bernard Manischewitz. wife of the president of the B. Manischewirs Co. The bonds will be awarded to the women of Hadassah who are most successful in attracting new members during the current week which has been designated Hadassah Week by New York's mayor Vincent Impellitteri. AS LOW A! AS IMTIUfST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. [••-* m l, M aej mom W435 get the honest {ull quart! get Clicquot Club 9* (Pronounced


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)AY DECEMBER 22, 1950 *JBW/$/> ThfHiir PAGE 3 B Mr* F' nk Speaks t\i Hollywood kabliath Rites Pr s Dorothy Krieger Fink, Lmber of the Florida Region |Laah Speaker's Bureau, was 1 gut=t speaker at a special Inadassah Sabbath observance at Lk Hollywood Jewish CommunK? Center recently. Mrs. Fink Inve a biographical sketch of IwVnrictta Szold, founder of HaIdassah a" d an outline of the organization's work. Cantor Feinman led the congregation in song and offered Sveral solos. Rabbi Jacob J. Hnnie devoted his services to a Hadassah Sabbath observance. Mrs J JBriefer, chapter president led the congregation in a oortion of responsive readings. Mrs Honig gave a rendition of a poem on Jerusalem by Judah Halevi in the English translation and also in the original Hebrew. Mrs. Fink has been actively engaged in Zionist and Hadassah activities for many years and is recognized as one of this area's mos t capable lecturers. Mrs. George M. Cohen, Miami Beach, is regional Speakers Bureau chairman. Mrs. Murry Grossman, regional president, advises that this speakers bureau service is available to Hadassah Chapters and other Zionist Organizations throughout the state. Beach Masada Plans "Champagne Dance" Masada Miami Beach Young Zionist District will hold a "Champagne Dance" on Sunday. December 24. at 9 p. m. at the Cadillac Hotel. Music will be provided by Tony Negret and his Rhumba Band and one free cocktail of your choice will be included in the price of admission. Working on the affair are Gil Rappaport, fund-raising chairman; Sam Soldinger, chairman of the affair; Pearl Protzel, mailing; Sondra Palmer, publicity: Esther and Rose Brower, door; Hilda Lux, arrangements. Obituaries HARRY ROSENFELD *'"• I this week In a Hi wai i wlnti irom I' ... %  _-., n-hi re ihremains were cent by Gordon Funeral Home for service* an ., K arl 5 • % %  8 irah threi MM Mlawsky, Miami: Mi Goldblatl Mrs. Ida PI me and Me i <" %  l ASner and I Chicago. ALEX MARCUS '*< 12 yea esldenl of Miami, who here from Brooklyn, i i awa>y thla week Mr M in ua resided at IRO 8 W, Ith 81 Hi leavei hla .wife. Beatrice: %  •• 'l.injrhter, Rita; his mother, Ethel; two brothera and two Services wen .mlm-ted at na Funeral Home with Interment in Mi. Habo Cemeti Rabbi Shapiro To Speak Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak before members of the Miami Chapter of the. American Jewish Congress on Wednesday, December 27, at 1:30 p. m. at the SyrianLebanon-American Club, 2626 S. W. 3rd Avenue, Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, president, has announced. Mrs. Skop Elected Mrs. Morris A. Skop was recently .ejected president of the Sisterljooa Chesed Shel Emess. Other officers include Mrs. Israel Goldberg, vice president; Mrs. Lena Snyder, financial sec! retary; Mrs. Sam Geltner, record• ing and corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sarah Stone, treasurer. MATZOH MEAL at its BEST1 HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOH MEAL Made irom fresh, crisp HOROWITZMARGARETEN MATZOHS —"The Matzoh with the Taste". The modern way to "bread" fish, chops, cutlets superior In stuffings and fillings of all kinds. Excellent for knoedlach, pancakes. Not too coarse, not too fine IT'S JUST RIGHT! The taste tells you it's good! The name tells you it's Kosher! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, IXC 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Ha. __PhoneJ-6866^ Damp Wash 5c lb. Blue Ribbon Min. 8 Lbs. for Flat Work Ironed In This Service 6c Lb. Add. Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS U03 N. W. 7th COURT MIAML FLORIDA Phones: 3-0753. 3-0754 LOUIE SCHULTZ '" %  '•< •%  Michigan AY.-., passed away last Friday following a heart Coming fr..m Chester, Pa., rrnyears ago, Mr. Schulti is survived by his wife Leah, and two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Figman and Mrs Zelda IV;.. • .-. %  : a Miami Beach Riverside with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, JOSEPH BODERMAN 72. of nso Pennsylvania Ave.. a men's il., thine merchant, died last Friday following a heart attack. Hiresident for the past i" years and is survived by three daughters, Mrs Martha Bilverman, MrEsther Bergman and Mrs Helen Smith: also a slater. Mrs Sarah Goldberg, all of Miami Beach Bervtcea were conducted In the Miami Beach Riverside Memorial rhapel. Additional services followed by interment will take place Sunday in Brooklyn. KATIE ROSENSTOCK 79, of 108 N.E. 11th Terr., died last Friday in a local hospital after having been a resident here for 25 years, coming from New York City Surviving are h--r husband. Benjamin, a s..n. Dan, ',f NVw York, a daughter. Mrs Florence Bacher, of Miami: and a brother. David Frel, New York. Services will be held In New York Where the remains were sent hv Gordon Funeral Home, followed by Interment. HYMAN PUSHIN 7<. of MM N Shore Drive, passed away this week. He was a retired department -tore owner fr,.m Cincinnati, coming here 14 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Carrie, and a son. Benson, both of Miami Beach Services were held at Miami Beach Riverside Chapel, after which the body will be sent to Cincinnati for interment. MRS. STELLA LEIBOVIT ',0, a resilient for the past 24 years passed away this wek in a local con• nt home. She came here from Key West ami resided at '.27 N.W. 5th Ave. She is survived by her husband. Charles, and a sister and brother. Bervlces were conducted at Gordon Funeral Home, with interment in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. ALEXANDER FISCHMANN S3, of MM s'.W. 2nd St. passed away this week in a local hospital. Line here from New York three and isurvli ed by his wife, Ethel; '• iuls, a daughter. Mrs. .... Brody also two brothers. N'.-u York City, and Sigmund, San Francl SfcNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. 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ll;i-li ,lav(''s To Pi*esent Show Mfami Beach Chamber of Commerce will present its 'Cavalcade of 1950" at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium on Saturday, December 30. Proceeds will ;: %  > towards the building of a swimming pool for the benefit of cerebral palsied and crippled children. The pool, a project of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children and the Cerebral Palsv Association, will be used for the therapy of all children regardless of race, color or creed. The show, which is being handled by Bob Ellis, will feature a cast of 200, including the Miami Beach High School Choir. All dance productions will be staged and created by Zina and Stella Reyes. The show will mark the Miami debut of Pianist Robert Printz. Tickets for the extravaganza may be purchased at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. 52 Group Baseball Show Scheduled For Feb. 8 The annual baseball show of the 52 Association of Greater Miami will be held in Flamingo Park, Sunday afternoon. February 18, according to an announcement by Carl Gardner, president. This is the annual fund-raising activity of the 52 Association. Actors and musicians playing in this area furnish the two teams that will participate. ^UMsFncrtn&rJ ils]^5? North Shore Unit %  •laus Card Party North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rilh Women will sponsor a buffet supper and card party on Saturday. December 23. at 8 p. m. at 7742 Byron Avenue. Miami Beach. Apts. 4 and 5. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Sol Friedlander and Mrs. Irving Zion. Reservations mav be made by calling 86-5547 or 86-8011. Charming To Speak Jules P. Channing. chairman of I the Atomic Aspect Section of the Educational Division of the Dade County Civil Defense Council, i Will address members of Miami 1 Beach Lodge. B'nai BYith. at their luncheon meeting Tuesday noon p mber 26. at the Hearth Resi taurant, 1549 Washington Avenue. • .i Beach. : Channing's address will be, "Are We Prepared For! An Atomic Attack?" Meyers Unveiling The dedication of a monument I to the memory of the late Mauj rice Meyers, formerly of 2100 | S. W. 15th Street, will take place Sunday, December 24, at 1 p. m., at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Meyers was formerly a produce merchant and is survived by his wife, two sons, one daughter, six brothers and four sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Star Chapter Will Hear Dr. Seymour Blumenthal Dr. Seymour Blumenthal. psy-• %  will spi ak on the subject, "Love and Marriage." at the next meeting of SI pter Bnai B'nth Young Women, on Wednesday evening. 8:00 p m December 27, at the .ho,,,,. | MJSS' Dons Klein, 200 s. W. 19th Avenue. Miss Harriet Zarr, program man, will conduct a question period following the talk v DES0T0HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA' I'how i 1..,-;,!.r515 ittop.th,. Physi.-Efcctra. H,d.o Thrpy • LOW, LOW RATES, • bulthfu bathi turt II BROWMMIRPF MAN Aril B %  V>'" 117 Weil : %  SI PL : %  Indgin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Indgin, formerly of 218 S. W. 15th Avenue, will take place Sunday. December 24. at 1 p. m., at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer and Cantor Jacob Tambor officiating. Mr. Indgin was a member of Congregation Beth El and is survived by his wife Gertrude, son Sidney, and a daughter, Marilyn; also his mother, four sisters and one brother. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Zavon Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late David Zavon, formerly of 200 Ocean Drive, will take place on Sunday, December 24, at 1:30 p. m. at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Zaon was a long-time resident and hotel owner of Miami Beach. He was a member of Beth Jacob Congregation and is survived by three sons, Benedict, Saul L. and Robert H.; two brothers and five sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. i Paul H'> Manage ll'"lwood Hold Jack Paul, former associated with the Commodore Hotel in Mew York City, has been appointed general manager of the rloetwood Hotel. Miami Beach. A hotel executive for the past 25 years, he was operator of Paul s Hotel in Swan Lake, N Y until recently and was one of the early hotel executives in Florida during the boom days. Paul will coordinate the hotel's program of extensive redecoration and re-landscaping as well as a dramatic series contemplated for the Hangar Room atop the J20-room structure. Other officers of the hotel include W. War:,;, McBride. resident manager, and Sam Kaplan managing director. Moriber Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Henrietta Moriber, formerly of 2310 S.W. 6th Street, will take place Sunday. December 24. at 12 noon at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer and Cantor Jacob Tambor officiating. Mrs. Moriber was a member of Congregation Beth El and is survived by her husband, Philip I.; two sons, Joseph and Leonard; four daughters, Beatrice Brochstein, Florence Ackerman, Lillian Geschwind, Mae Stern; and 16 grandchildren. Arrangements } are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends are requested to be present. Jewish Teen-Ager Gels Award From U.S. "Veep" NEW YORK CITY, (AJP) — Sixteen-year-old Yetta Liebowitz, wearing her prettiest dress and a smile to match, met the Vice President of the United States this week and received a certificate of merit from Alben W. Barkley for displaying leadership and interest in settlement house, school and community activity. 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Israel is now permitted to choose from a large selection of arms in the American and British arsenals. The only catch is that Israel lacks the money with which to buy. The Chinese Communist intervention in,Korea widened the gap between East and West. Israel's policy of "non-identificaSharett's government today has WSBPfe much in common with the British which once threw him into j;iil for advocating independence.!" Both British and Israel were applicants for L'. S. economic aid. The British and Israelites have labor governments, austerity programs, veered to the right in current electii ns, Israel, like Britain, has close ties with the American people. Israel and Britain are afraid that MacArthur's aggressiveness might bring about an all-out war before the democracies are prepared. Israel, like Britain, suffered greatly from warfare during the past decade and fears the Israel is awaiting a much-needed loan from the U. S. It is safe to predict that extension of such a loan will occur at a time when the State Depaitmen is thoroughhowever, that the State Department consider Tel Aviv's deep concern over how Israel's overt actions might jeopardize' the millinns of Jews in Communist countries. rf 4U tion" seems at an end. The angry effects of another world war alIN PERSON! JAN PEERCE Sunday, Jem. 21st Miami Beach Auditorium Tickets Now on Sale at Miami Beach Auditorium and Enfield Camera Shop 409 Lincoln Road 5-7111 resignation of a number of Israel diplomats stationed behind the Iron Curtain was symptomatic of the growing cordiality between the U. S. and Israel. The very day these resignations were reporteik here, Israel Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett was a guest at a luncheon served in his honor by Under-Secretary of State Jas. E. Webb at the old Forrestal mansion. Luneheon guests also included Major General James H. 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ProwHn GORDON FUNERAL HOME —, SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have H one for other gratefu' families ****** GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director Temple israei (Reform). 137 | N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. Installation service of DIN Joseph R. Narot as rabbi at 8:15, Friday. A reception honoring Dr. Maurice N. Blsendrath, president of the Union of American Hebrew Oongrgatlona will follow tlir sn \i.'->.. < >n Sunday morning at II a.m, the unveiling of .i monument in the late Rabbi Colman A. Zwltman will lake place at Qrace* land Memorial Cemetery. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St., | Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Prlday evening services at 5:30. I^aie [Friday services at B:15. Saturday morning services :30. Sunday morning religious school 9:45. Sunday evening center holds open bouse for youth >.f community starting at 7:3". Dally Mtnyan at I* a.m. A Miuyan can be arranged fur any evening by calling center office. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. Friday evening services at s, First in a series of Friday night forums will begin at 8:30 with I >r. Samuel S. Lefkowlts, president of the MIsrachl Organisation of Paterson, N. .1 .is first speaker. A reception will follow the forum. Saturday morning services 8:30a m. Rabbi Kvpr will speak on the Portion of the Week. At 4 he will InMruct class in Talmud. Mlncha at 4: -ir. followed by Shalos Seudos contributed by Louis Dublin. Zmlrae will follow; Maarlv win complete the services Dally services at s a.m. followed by class in Mishna by the rabbi. Mlncha at 5:00 followed by claaa in Jewish Laws ami Customs. Maarlv follows. Dally classes Hebrew school Monday through Thursday, Sunday school 1'' to noon Registration daily iii the office from s a in '.i B i'.in Junior Congregation sen-Ices at 10 a.m. Every Sunday the brotherhood win conduct services at H followed by breakfast ami cultural program, Temple Betn Shoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services at 8:15 Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Jacob's Heritage—Blessing or Burden?" Ones Shahbat sponsored by Jewish Nat!. Fund of Greater Miami will follow. M.ndel Fisher, executive director of tli.Jewish Natl. Fund of America, will be guest speaker. Sabbath service Saturday morning at 10:46 am. Bar Mitsvah of Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. Frank Kamen. Conqrc-ation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Friday evening services at 5:15 p.ns. Friday evening forum at 8:30. ltabbi Qrauer will speak on "Is Pacifism Bankrupt?" An (meg Shnbhat will follow. Saturday morning services at 8:30, Rabbi Crauer will preach on tli.Weekly Portion of the Uw. Mlncha at 5:00 followed by Shaloa Sudoa. Junior Congregation Saturday 10 a.m. to noon. Sunday School in to |j noon, Dally religious school 3:.to to 6:30. I'ally services 8 a.m. Reading class. Mishna 4:45 p.m. Mlncha dally r.:15 p.m. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. Monday through Friday services at 7:30 a in Saturday at S am. and Sunday at s a.m. Mlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Maarlv at 6 p.m. dally. West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)Rabbi Ezra Lifshitx. Friday evening services at R. Rabbi will speak. Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.: Saturday morning at M a.m. Friday evening service 5:16 pin Saturday at i p.m. there will be a Story hour for children of the entire community. Refreshments will be served and Hebrew dances and songs will he taught by Bobble Lauer. Mlncha at .", p .m. and Shaloa Beudos following, Sunday morning service at 8. Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David), 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz. Da as 8 s m. and 5:15 p.m. Saturdays and holidays 8:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Shalos Suedoa Saturdays p.m. i Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Prldaj i \• % %  ng services at 5; late l I Idas services nl 8:3 i Rabbi M< scheloff will sp.ak on "A Jew Looks on at Christmas." Communal singing led b) Cantor Feder. Saturday %  s. i-v i, ... at 8:30 Bar \l ts i an of Paul, son ol Mr. and Mrs. I.. Ii Raymond. Mlncha at '. followed by ShaloH Beudos Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Dally religious school Monday through Thursday 3:30 to '',:3'i and Sunday from 8 to noon. First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven. Rabbi De Koven will officiate at services Friday at 8:1 j p.m. Hebrew classes dally from 4 p.m. to r,:30 p.m. Sunday school from 1:46 to 1noon Temple Emanu-El of Ft. LaudCongregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26tb Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:15, Rabbi Shapiro's topic will he "Are You Satisfied-' Floral Offering by Mr and Mrs. David Seni.ik.i honoring the Bar Mitsvah of their son Richard which will take place during the Sabbath services at 8:30. A reception Will follow the Fridaynight. Service, Students services at io:.i" Saturday. Adult discussion group bad b) Rabbi Shapiro on Sunday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30. Miami Henrew Scnooi and Congregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at .Y I.ate Frldaj evening services at 8:15. The rabbis topic will be "Three Generations." Saturday morning at 9 the rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week Mishna at 4:15 p.m. followed by Mlncha. Shalos Sudos and Maarlv services. Sunday school at 10:00 a.m Hebrew school daily 3:30 to 6:30 i %  in Dally services 7::'," a.m. and 5 p.m Bar Mitsvah breakfast Sunday at 8:30. Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshiboth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Services daily *> a.m. and 9 a.m.: Mincha 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Friday evening services at sundown. Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Joseph Malek, cantor; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near I.e Jeune. Friday Sabbath service at R:15. In honor of the presentation of two new Toiah Scrolls by Mr. and Mrs Sam Weissel and sous, and Mr. and Mrs. Moris Ftineoff and sops, on Sunday, Dec. -1 at 8 p.m. Rabbi Skop will speak on "Mow Much of the Bible Has Significance for our Day?" Thursday at 4 with the rabbi. NewYear's party reservations now being made at center office. Temple Israel, 2020 Broward Ave., W. Palm Beach. Richard E. i Singer, Rabbi. Friday evening services at 8:15. | Rabbi Singer will speak on "How High Is Your Stock in the Business of Living?" sabbath candles will be lit by Mrs Max BalmowltS. A Sabbath hour of refreshment and fellowship will follow the services. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium, 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. I.-ite Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Fried will deliver a sermon on "Religion and You." on Saturday morning Mr. ami Mrs. Maurice Weltman will celebrate the Itar Mitsvah of their son, Robert, a student at Horace Mann Junior High. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 1:00 o'clock. Congregation xoung israei (Orthodox), 4001 Chase Ave„ Miami Beach. Services Friday night at 6:16; Saturday at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5:00 p.m. followed bv Shalos Seiidos. Services Sunday to Thursday s a.m. and 4:15. All Young Israel members in the area are Invited to attend TTerelh Israel Conqreoation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7tb Avenue. Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.: Saturday 9 a.m. All residents In that area are invited to attend. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr Dally services N a.m. and 6:30 P m. Friday night s.ivic.s at :. 30; Saturday morning at 9. Rabbi Abraham Sachs win speak on "portion of the Week—Joseph Acknowh Iges His Brotherhood." Mlncha at .". p.m. followed by shalos Beudos Rabbi H M Kagan officiating. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack ovsky. Friday evening sei vices at 5:15. Saturday morning at 8:30 the rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week. At 4:00 p.m, the rabbi win sp-ak on "Order and Tradition." Mincha at 4:30 p.m. followed by shalos Beudos and Maarlv Dally service 7:30 a.m. followed by class in Mishna. Mlncha at ",:l". followed on Bu 'i %  Tuesdays and Wednesday bj ciaa In Laws and Customs, anil on Mondays and Thursdays by ,:a.-s iii Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Smith will offleiFriday evening. Jewish Center 13630 W. Dixie Cantor KSSSC B ate at services North Dade (Conservative). Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services -it 10 Cong. Monticello, N.E. 163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob D. Katz. Friday evening services at 6 pm I-ite Friday evening services al 10 p.m. followed by On eg ShSbbol Temple Isaiah (Reform), Town erdale and Hollywood (Reform),! & Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road. 1801 So. Andrews Ave., Fort J*" !" Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi. will preach, Hebrew sessions Baturda) 10 a.m.; religious school Sunday 9:4.'.. s. w,.s Friday at 8 p.m. Dr. Itannen I^ite Friday evening services at Eits Chaim Cong. (Orthodox), Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. Services 5:30 p.m. Friday. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Mann. Services Friday evening at S:30 P.m. Rabbi Mann Will speak on 'How to race Life. Miami beech Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Bsach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jsoob Y. Goldrina. r, Vl l e r rld y evenlnr service at S:30 Rabbi lehrman will officiate. Ouest HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. JSJ^ J^., ME*"' KOSHI noniALiTYj nutributed by ^J^TiSSglt MEATS Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. 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I>ally service In the chapel 8 a,m. and 5:15 p.m. Youth Br e a kf a st service Sunday 9:15 a.m. In the chapel, followed by brekafast In the patio. Junior services 9:S0 a.m. Saturday morning in the assembly hall of the school '"'"'""^gh religious school U lay • Thursday from I* fj£, ,„ school 10 to 12 noon. High Jewish studies •" % %  "iV, '" erT tiTe). Temple Beth El (Conser vs 630 Fern St.. West Palm Bt.* Rabbi Manuel Greenstem. Friday evening er\u-M H< br ,* Saturday morning "^nurs. un school 3 p.m. I>a>l> M "" ln day school 10 a.m.



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%  A Y, DECEMBER 22, 1950 ^JeHistfhrMiar, rr^viT TERRiWI HOW SOMt OPL£ HAVE NO MANNSRV ^e MEN AT THAT TA6c£ BACK !^ E ARE TALKING SO LOUD w ZMA COOLD B UST. %  ^I TELL YOU QIRLS ITS A ^ ~ DISC.RACE You COME TO THEST CARD PARTIES, YOU WANT TO DO A LITTLE FOR CHARITY AND HAVE AUTTLE RELAXATION ANO SOME PEOPLE TAK E ALL THE PLEASURE spUTOF IT.'. ~ WHAT I THINK O f HtM .' ~ PAGE7B KK History Filled with Hate, Viol loience By GILBERT J. BALKIN Director. Florida Regional 0//tce Anti-Defamation League Current competing Ku Klux Klan segments, seeking a footto implant bigotry in our nation today, assert descendency the original Klan organization in this country. The U. S. itment of Justice has included Ku Klux Klan and "all ions thereof" in its listing of un-American subversive classifying the kn;zations. as an "organization which [adopted a policy of a&>ocat|or approving the commission lets of force and violence to the states. t&tely in rebellion." President Grarrt included with his message a documentary report of some 5.000 cases of Klan flog. oth ? r s ..: th eir „/'?^ S iE#2 ^s. lynchings, and other open acts of violence. A Congressional Committee was appointed to conduct hearings on the Klan throughout the South. Testimony before this committee, which compiled thirteen volumes of sensational testimony. revealed the original Klan's systematic barbaries, summarized-by Myers in the following language: is accordingly appropriate to .. At night bands of Klansmen K e: J7 hat y M th o n I g I "\ i would ride about bent upon their "* „.__" '"_ „. ; „"!!.^ fel1 mission. Each member was shrouded in a gown, his face was covered by a mask, and even fc be done today to prevent a weari ng 3 horn. He carried a 1 whip and pistol. Victims were lashed and tortured; anyone interfering with Klan plans was beKu Klux Klan was founded i killed. Apart from the many murpilaski. Tenn., in 1866 by six ders by hanging or otherwise, federate veterans. The strange j the Klan made a business of pllation Ku Klux was taken arson, firing any place which it [Constitution of the United es," l its propaganda, the so-called hern-Northern Knights of the IKIUX Klan, which attempts pread its anti-Semitism and berance through the State of fida. claims to be the direct Bring of the Reconstruction IKlan. knee in the present national tgency period? the Greek word kuklos, ning a band or circle. The Klan was probably sugby the Scottish clans, custom of summoning (ibers to war by means of a ienger bearing a fiery cross [also adopted by the KKK as pmbol of terrorism. During irst two years of its existence, ding to Southern Exposure, [Klan grew rapidly. By 1867 iwere a reported 5,000 local i in operation throughout the h. A so-called "invisible emf was formed from the local f. with territorial sub-divi-realms, provinces and Itons— being organized and Bted on a military basis. le purpose, together with the I •cord of violence and wumisni woven by the Klan lie South during the years ring the end of the Civil has been aptly summarized Uwvus Myers, in his monupl -History of Bigotry-in the "a States": e Ku Klux Klan's definite, Puess aim was to paralyze wgro into abject submission process of terrorization, |t the same time to conIsouthern interests in the pi field by wreaking venF> upon incoming Northern Jf-eek., called carpetbagl „5 a u T; thc ir scanty posseslB?t epacked intouch %  !" >"'s weird, juvenile and Fous terminology adopted by, J tact:„ns reflects effort to Vje original Klan organiza-, fclu u' here are found i pals who today endeavor to wt i hem j el vea as Grand hrr .r Dra g ns Grand] Ma ur H Cyclops and other RUtuu. designed to be awe-; Lcp tr r em 'u was the ext ent of KiK? Chcd u b y the Recon "l L" Klun 'hat President U.! Kn 8 ; was Prompted rdeoi P CC al mess age to Concise,i ng t hat the free free ni h franchise has by ar >a intimidation been disapproved. Schoolhouses were destroyed and teachers driven away in Mississippi. In Georgia, South Carolina and other Southern states investigated, the majority of the committee noted outrages, including murders, were numerous and horrible. General Reynolds, commanding the Federal troops in Texas, reported: 'Murders of Negroes are so common as to render it impossible to keep accurate accounts of them.' In Louisiana alone, testimony showed, fully 2.000 persons were killed, wounded and otherwise injured in a few weeks prior to the presidential election in 1868. The Ku Klux Klan was branded as 'a fearful conspiracy against society ... it had demoralized society, and held men silent by the terror of its acts and by its powers for evil'." Ideologically, the original Klan was rooted in the un-American I and false notion of racial su| penonty and inferiority. The ; original Klan adopted the "master race complex" later taken over by Hitler and currently still advocated by would-be revivers | of the Klan in our state and I country. The following quotation from the original "principles" of the Ku Klux order, adopted during the Reconstruction period, illustrates the bigoted undemocratic Klan ideology: "Our main and fundamental object is the MAINTENANCE OF THE SUPREMACY OF THE i WHITE RACE in this Republic. History and physiology teach us ; that we belong to a race which nature has endowed with an evi1 dent superiority over all other i races, and that the Maker, in thus elevating up above the common standard of human creation. I has intended to give us over inferior races a dominion from which no human laws can permanently derogate. The experience of ages demonstrate that, from the origin of the world, this dominion has always remained in the hands of the Caucasian Race: whilst all the other races have constantly occupied a subordinate and secondary position; a fact which triumphantly confirms this great law of nature. And it is a remarkable fact that as a race of men is more remote from the Caucasian and approaches nearer to the black African, the more fatally that stamp of inferiority is affixed to its son, and irrevocably dooms them to eternal imperfectibility and degradation." The original Ku Klux Klan was ultimately disbanded by Federal military forces. Congressional investigations and enactments. j and the arousal of public in, dignation, but its spirit and tradi, tion remained to serve as a model I for the second Ku Klux Klan recreated by William Joseph Simmons in 1915. All Americans, concerned with ; the preservation and advance> ment of the democratic fabric of our nation, should be cognizant of I the terroristic background of the Ku Klux Klan. Vestiges of the intolerant Klan ideology and organization remain despite the U.S. Department of Justice's characterization of the Klan in the government's subversive list. Public opinion must again insist that such survival and practices of bigotry be eliminated and that all necessary action be taken by appropriate local, state and i federal officials to insure the : safety, security and democratic progress of the American people. Emma Lazarus Chapter Plans Social Evening A social program introducing new members will be sponsored by the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business and Professional Women of B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday evening. December 26. in the Netherlands Hotel Coffee Shop. 1330 Ocean Blvd., Miami Beach. The "get acquainted" evening is being arranged by Edythe Fleischer, program chairman. 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U y< DECEMBER 22, 1950 f**+**+*S***\***\m+^*4 l^^tpf>ridlla,n Off fhe Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN PAGE 9 B LhJVobr; PriU Winners Ljdst the current celebration L Kftieth anniversary of the [ishmenl Of the Nobel Prize Cell to pause and recapitulate [wish winners of the coveted Altogethcwinners, v-seven Jews, or 10.5 in 0 f percentages. This adLj|y is an extraordinary one which only reflects [the mammoth contributions Jew to human culture and ation. Interestingly enough half of the Jewish winire honored for work in a m which Jews have disced themselves throughout iges—medicine. The Nobel fin Medicine was given to | Jews in the past five S. One of them was Amerin Joseph Erlanger who 1 the prize in 1944. Physics ,ther field in which Jews during the first half of p„rent century, with Pro[Albert Einstein as the outig theoretical physicist of e. There have been eight winners of the Nobel i physics. The first to win e was Professor Albert „.. Michelson, whose work velocity of light opened tiorrary avenues in the f physics. This was in 1907i son came to the United „... Germany at the age e, and it can be rightfully I that he was a product of ran soil. In 1921 the prize en to Professor Einstein. ; Jewish physicist to win fringe can be expected to revive their activities with even greater venom than ever before. What happened at the Washington hearing on the Anna Rosenberg winners ui i..c .. appointment was only symptomAltogether there have | *tic of what the rabble-rousing among them anti-Semites plan for the future The anti-Semitic outfits, which seemed to have suffered recently of lack of funds, are beginning to show new signs of affluence and wealth. If the spotlight can I be thrown on the donors half of i the fight against those dangerous I elements would be won From F. Emerson Andrews' interesting' book "Philanthropic Giving" published by the Russel Sage i Foundation, we learn that Jewish • giving for philanthropic purposes '' in 1948 was $50 per capita. This i a substantially above estimates for the whole population. The %  book reveals the interesting fact that over a half of the patients in Jewish hospitals are not Jewish The McDonald Mystery Some two ajonths ago this column revealed, that if James G McDonald ever returns to Israel as our Ambassador to that country it will have been the result of strong personal pressure by President Truman. Despite denials we repeated the story. When McDonald returned to Israel some weeks ago it was virtually officially admitted that he returned under pressure. Now, after a brief visit to Israel, he returns again to this country. Since McDonald has been one of the best liked foreign diplomats in Israel it is a certainty the situation is was Isidor Isaac Rabi fnot of Israel's making. The fact |y of atomic particles, a .that he is relinquishing the post m > Mi,.cXs ^s^iSwavys&s^ta K Food Faii %  *• *• b Mutuui Denver ADL Starts "New Deal" (AJP)-The Antimember Anti-Defamation League FEPC legislation, resort bias, and committees wijl participate, discussed the Chanukah Christmas study which may well i fate and security of the katic world. This was in Interestingly enough Rabi jstern-European Jew. In I of chemistry there were vish winners, all of them ta-born. The last time a iceived the Nobel Prize in was in 1918. Among tiers of the Nobel Prize in were two Jews, Paul yese of Germany in 1910 nri Bergson of France in iConsidered one of the : philosophers of the age, so soon is definite proof that the source of the trouble lies in Washington. The oil-orientated officials in the Near Eastern Division of the State Department hold the key to the mystery. The best bet is that our Ambassador to Panama, Davis, will be McDonald's successor. Mrs. FDR Defies Death Threat, Speaks At Jewish Hospital Banquet NEWYORK CITY, (AJP) — stood close to Catholicism Defying a threat that she would A VALUABLE HEBREW CALENDAR! A NEW EDITION! FREE TO OUR READERS! DENVER, Defamation League here has P roblern housin g discrimination, launched a "new deal" which will extend almost 10-fold the number of people who are asked to make decisions involving the public relations of the Denver and Rocky Mountain Jewish Community. Robert Gamzey, editor of the Intermountain Jewish News, reported this week. Last week's meeting, one of a series in which the entire 106Communism. Participants unanimously agreed to several such meetings a year. |*as said to have recanted ned to Judaism on his d. The Nobel Peace Prize %  red by two Jews in 1911. pt winners that year were J Fried, of Austria, and lAsser of Amsterdam. Fried pored for a series of tracts and Asser for having initiator be shot if she spoke at a Jewish hospital's annual dinner here. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt appeared at the affair as scheduled. There was no incident. A phone call to the police station on West 54th Street here that "a man with a gun" planned to shoot the former President's of four Hague i wife if she spoke at the annual by I convoked ten government. |mity notes communities throughcountry are feeling the war, Many tried and need people with army pons have either been pr enlisted in the various %  thus affecting the per|of the communities both I low.-and upper levels. iuation may well test the of leadership in the ammunities The Jewnunity of Long Island, pk, is quite excited, these T* r a development for P*re seems neither sense pnAccording to our inIWere is debate going on L me Projected Long Island PBPital should be kosher• T and other elements are pugnt up over the situai Fy maintain there is no I %  "rating whether a Jew' PWW, _;. ,, uld observe ln i ,, y argue that obkashruth iL, i '" nyh < v while, fc k -: %  • r f00d would I people of of a Jewish1 The antiV' "ry are :.nd it %  the J, Tttrn SUnd n Cu;,rd touni.,' Sls P'^vailing tarkn • ''" an "-Semites P^Pots and the lunatic< %  dinner of the Beth-El H at the Waldorf Astoria, sent police into action. A trio of heavily armed detectives guarded Mrs. Roosevelt as she mounted the speakers' platform. Later, the sleuths accompanied her from the meeting in an elevator from which newspapermen and photographers were I barred. Board Meeting Called A special meeting of the board I of the Miami Ladies' Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged has been called for Wednesday. December 27, at 1:30 p. m. at Beth El by Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub. president. Above is the famous 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar; the new edition goes to 1952, starting in 1928. Jewish Holidays, 1939 to 1964. Bv arrangement with one of our advertisers this useful calendar in Us new edition is being sent free to readers of this publication. For your copy, write a letter or postcard to;H. J. Heinz Co., Depl. J2 PitMhurgh 30, Pa. The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. 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PAGE 10 B vjewlsti fhjrk/kui FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, VuJdng 4h U[eek Soviet Jews Escape Via Underground By JOE HARRISON FRIED ^^TS!m l, SSSwil. tears edged their way down the face £ a man whose whole heart, soul and effort these past five yea. ; have gone into a never-ceasing fight to discredit the ^^P?"? 0 -^! McGinlcv's violently anti-Semitic hate rag, bear ng the "**'> mis-leading title "Common Sense" had outgrown its cramped hole and expanded into a chain of three offices, th^ to the gene.ous t,.ar-shedder The war criminal and arch foe of the Jews, Hap nmm El HuS? the ex-"Grand Mufti" of Jerusalem was ,.happier man firm with the belief that he could count upon at least one Jews, backing when the chips were down. nnHmin H FrecdAnd before the week was to end that Jew. Benjam n it. rre !" man whose most sympathetic and kindly desenptjon outs de of the orchids tossed by the hate boys and the Arab league has been a confused man" and "an international meddler, was up 10 nu^ in a smo^r campaig which vetertan Washington observers called amone the dirtiest thev had witnessed in a decade. 3,1 This time little energetic Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg was on the receiving end of the Freedman-inspired campa.gn-for a time,Jhat is. It didn't take too long for the two-fisted sincere little woman, to c ear the decks-and her name. too. of slanderous charges of •Communism." When the noise and shouting had giver.way to huS whispers In Washington's select corridors, word made the rounds that Mrs. Rosenberg's "accusers were in forjome rougn times. Perjury charges were in the offing for those v.ho had at tempted to smear Mrs. R.. reporters learned. Ben Freedman who admittedly sent a cable to an agent 01 ih. Arah Saeue in which he promised "fullest cooperation to H?t.et's a budlyThe' infamous "Grand Mufti." -ushed to assure one and all that he had nothing personal against Mrs. R. He was he. "friend" Friedman claimed; he was "anxious to clear Anna Roenberg's good name. He would in fact divert some of his thousands of dollars—10 of them to be more precise—to help discover" the "real" Mrs. Rosenberg mentioned on a number of occasions in reports of the Un-American Activities Comm.ttee as a m SrS'3^SSk up" about the affair, the anything-buthrnke Freedman told the reporters. He wanted to do the right in me" DIVS before the storm broke and in whispered conversations SceSncongressmen, reportedly inc.ud ing the -U-^ish Rmkin ind the vicious hate-spreader Gerald L. K. Smitn, fTeeornan hid "llegedly pursued a completely different line; a line which wind u^h.nd the closed doors of the Senate' A !" ri Sem Committee which probed the charges of "Red affiliations against the tSWlSffl^iSSra senators idtl charge. w factless; a complete washout. Mrs. Rosenberg, the findings disclosed. was as clean of the Red charges as a Puritan's kitchen is of dust But before the words had made print the hate-sheets had managed to squeeze in a few licks. From coast to coast they screamed of Anna's connection with the non-existant "w.deworld Jewish ^"'Fora^'this, big-hearted Ben was sorry-very sorry. And the MufS ? S pa was concerned lest Mrs. R's future be .mpajred Her name must bo cleaned, said Freedman, who apparently failed to take ?he Senate Committee's unanimously adopted decision upholding M S Rosenberg as a serious step in that direction Freednum planned to make it all up. though. He was kneedeep in the process of suing Radioman Fulton Lewis, Jr.. who dared him a "vicious anti-Semite." for the sweet sum of a rounded "'"wherfwo'uld the money go? a shaky Freedman was asked. Why to charity, of course, came the quick reply, But observers judging from son • anti-Zionist's other '•charitable projects ncluding backing a hate-sheet with precious bucks, wondered the shek. Is, if and when they ever materialized would not help soak a groggy Freedman s head still further in r Dot of i "• B-ter. ..... j t Mrs R by th week's end. showed not the slightest desire of availing'herself of Freedman's "kind offer" to divert some of his many of them going to McGinley's hate sheet-in order : name be "cleared." Reporters grouped around the elder solon as he walked from hia bench in the huge and stately w, n courtroom. When he had d his robe and edged his way toward an exit, the newspapermen were ready and armed with a host of quer.es. Each in turn asked a question and though the queries differed in presentation the content was basicallv the same. Was Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, adviser to a host of governmental leaders and a sage of the highest tribunal in all the land, considering resigning? If so. they inquired, would he resume a private law practice? A smiling, patient, but firm Felix Frankfurter, brunt of scores of verbal attacks through the years from the lunatic extreme right wing anti-Jewish fringe, waited until each of the scribes had voiced 3 Then'he repield with a piece of data well known to the veteran scribes assigned to pound the tough Washington "beat." Frankfurter did not "talk with the press" or "give interviews in such matters. It was against his policy these many years. He was nice about it. but that was that. Washington, humming with rumors these past weeks, paused for a breather, then started right back humming again. By JOE HARRISON FRIED J? three articles by the A7,iencan Jewish Press) hlrJThTli. routes ol escapes to, .ens o) thousands ST&W "an % %  acuw; lews, an ale;, wel^s vTcZs ofveteran undergiouna operators a. this very 2K S& bTlUh U.B.Ve L pouc.J0 ac.ma1eu,e "illegal" escape !" rf rescue and rescue scores of men and women whose names may appear on tomorrow s liquidation lists. The Polish and Roumanian opand elsewhere. The price is approximately the same in Roumania. But as the agents work inward Ti nd these are the two toward the Soviet itself, the price SovietSatellite states where the for such credentials becomes more boviei s> die inn„„ct „„civ ih. pxistence of such LENOX MANOR ROOMS WITH 1PD MEALS Fin* Foods—Spacious Patios—Free Serrice lo Beach Rooms with Double Exposure—Reasonable 827 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-9124 SOHNTAG KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Mlar Mitzvahs Miuffets Garden Parties At Your Home or Leading Hotels Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth 1701 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 Jewish underground is most active-are part of a well : planned world-wide network dedicated to the sole purpose of rescuing hose Jews P who by ordinary means would find escape totally ^possible. Its task is to smuggle these Jews, and their families in many cases, out of Stalin s prisonlike existence to a friendly neighboring European country-then to Israel and permanent freedom. At the head of the Jewish underground-and that is exactly Xt it is-stands an energetic balding man in his late 50s. We shall call him simply "Mr. Aleph for to be more specific might threaten thousands who still await liberation at the hands of the close-knit network which he commands. "Mr. Aleph is an old-timer at this sort of thing. He came to the United States, a pivot point of the rescue operations, late in 1938 to map out a similar underground rescue to save thousands of Jews trapped by Hitler. When the war was over, Mr. Aleph" suspended the escape network and turned to ways of rehabilitation and peace. But as the octopus-like arms of Soviet aggression tightened their hold on Europe and anti-Jewish edicts increased, "Mr. Aleph 'was called upon once again to form his network of agents. Working out of the Jewish Labor Committee headquarters in Nesv York City, "Mr. Aleph. organizer of the ever-increasing project, is charged with its maintenance and operation; with deciphering coded messages sent from the Soviet-occupied or dominated lands by his Jewish agents: of passing on whether a prospective agent is sincere or a plant of the ruthless U. B. Polish secret state police. "Mr. Aleph" faces the unpleasant task of preparing a list of alternate key agents to step in at a moment's notice to replace an operator imprisoned by the Soviet-commanded Poles or Roumanians or simply "disappeared." In the little more than a vear during which the new Jewish underground has carried out its mission, "Mr. Aleph" has had cause to make use of his substitute list of agents. The amazing details of this underground undertaking were unfolded in a small neat office in New York City. Before it was over I was to view first hand the coded letters from Jewish underi ground agents in Europe to their i chief here; check a list of 100 of %  the latest escapees who illegally crossed the border into Italy— and then on to Israel—as late as three short weeks ago, I was to learn, too, how a chain of "front" addresses located throughout a big city enabled the Jewish underground against Communism to maintain its links with operators abroad. Within a framework of almost absolute secrecy, European agents of the Jewish underground use multiple means of obtaining illegal passports and other identification with which to speed the Jewish escapees to friendly and safe asylum. But methods have changed in line with a new rigidness exhibited in Europe by the Soviet slave states. Where once the Jewish underground utilized experienced agents as guides to lead Jews on foot and in small vehicles across loosely guarded exits to freedom, the emphasis ; in escaping Stalin's inferno as of .November, 1950, had turned to i extensive use of misleading ident' ification papers. Tightened lines and Soviet-commanded re-inforced border patrols make it ; virtually impossible to success{fully find a rear exit to the dungeon-like bleakness of Sovietlands. Illegal credentials—and they must of ncessity be good if they are to pass the eye of alert Polish | patrols—sell for approximately $100 apiece on the black market outlined as we progress. The agent's letter or cart innocent enough. Polish r giving it the pnce-ovcr-42 such mailings headed for A~ thorough onceget over. nothing which might slightest alarm. But on !" phered by "Mr. Aleph," the take on new meaning. Thrt3 special code the Polish ago?? forms his chief of the amoSi the "loan" obtained from thei ticular r^i.ek •-costly; the existence of such escape-papers, more scarce. The methods by which the Jewish agents obtain the cash with which to purchase credentials provide a first-rate story in themselves. Since the close of WorM War II and the envelopment of all of Poland by Red legions, numerous Polish citizens of means have been deeply concerned over the future of their financial holdings. The Polish government has all but Polish financer. Aleph promptly depositstr*, act amount in a safe Amei bank under the "lender's" n The Pole is happy becau* has a nest-egg free fromthei of the Polish comissars. B personal happiness falls far of the joy in the hearts of Jewish agents who pur, "credentials" in a slave where dollar bills alone deb whether an individual will I denly "disappear," never agajal be heard from or whether I same individual reaches the | ders of a friendly nation. fonsn guveiiiiiiciH ncio c. "u. aers oi a inenaiy nation, slapped an embargo on money sails the blue Mediterranean leaving the country for "capifree life in Israel. talistic" heavens. Poles recalling their not too distant dealings with the Nazis shudder at the thought of financial confiscations. Any day, they fear, the "people's government" might confiscate private funds in the "cause of peace." Aware of these feelings, underground agents, after a thorough check of such frightened financiers, exploit the not totally unjustified fear in the interests of saving Jews. Here is a typical method used by the Jewish underground to obtain sorely-needed dollars to purchase papers: A Jewish agent, after checking the prospective unwitting helper, approaches the financier for what would appear to be a personal loan. Once the Polish dollars are in the agent's hands, he, in turn, contacts the headquarters of the Jewish Labor Committee and "Mr. Aleph" in New York. This is done by a cleverly arrangement "drop" network which will be One such Jew smuggled outl Poland wrote this letter—oncel had eluded the Polish patrols'! was safe in Israel. "At long last," the little ie tailor wrote, "I am out of St 'gahenem' (hell). Now 1 find work. Nothing matters,! ever, because I am a free again!" But there are others who I caught at the border. (Next week: Mrs. B. isani nary-appearing woman, the L ther of three grown children.^ Z. is an elderly man withafli ing white beard. He is in his 1 80s. a constant shulegoer ai grandfather. They both live.. lives in a big American city. I without Mrs. B., Mr. Z., andi' like them, the Jewish i ground's rescue operations I the Iron Curtain could function. Read the second in I series of three articles by American Jewish Press.) The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh Association Participate l^J^MSS '"*"* To buy only in *-*&?£*& AND ANNOUNCES That signs such as "traditional dinners. kosher style. definitely do not assure taihrutt For Further Information Concerning KasMuin Call Our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoway 818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 45* Harry Slrkin. Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. S. L a saving* institution DADE FEDERAL CLOSED ALL DAY Monday DECEMBER 25th Christmas Day AND LOAN ASSOC.ATION OF MIAMI JOSEffi M. UPTON. Pre.""' 4SN.I. first Av ,,MHW us=r£SRSSSS Reserves Exceed $ 2,ow,w



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DECEMBER 22, 1950 by. On Charleston lews le At ADL Office vs a f Charleston," new Charles Reznikoff, is % in the Freedom Library Florida Regional Office, efamation League of B nai it has been announced by j. Balkin. Florida ADL Eished in connection with L-ent bicentennial celebraWd in Charleston, this hisr a n American Jewish comff hich dates back to 1750 L considerable background part played by the Jews le American Revolution. leant material is presented itributions of the Jews to -velopmpnt of Charleston, [friendly relations that have obtained their between nd Christians, and on the ngs of Reform Judaism. Ijcation of this book was [possible by contributions he Anti-Defamation Lea,ie American Jewish Cornland the Jewish communihharleston. Ions wishing to obtain f the new volume may do duced cost at the Florida e. 330 Seybold Buildf6306. *' Law Partnership ert H. llutner and Ber_er have formed the law Hutner & Hutner at 807 Ha Building as a full partluates (jf the University of [Law School, the brothers I in the army and air force World War II in China, J India and the Philippines. |ard Hutner served as asdirector and community the Florida Re>ffice of the Anti-Deof B'nai B'rith. LEGAL NOTICE CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v GIVEN that ineil, i i engage In us name of E-Xr-17 OF FLORIDA W •' .-••• • '. Miami. In| '.;imu with the ircult Court of Dado Florida JOSEPH PAULEN and NORM \N R •jfBXHAIN, LIFTER, oln ltd. /5-12 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVEN that pied, desiring to encage in '< r the fictitious name of CLEANERS & LAUNDRY W Mb. Bt., Miami. Florida, r .-.i;d name with the the Circuit Court of Dade iriorida. RUTH ZWEIGEL. ft HUTNER, ^mi'i.i Bids., Miami, for ltuth Zweigel. -12 CE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OK THE Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HUDA, IN AND FOR DADE n' — IN CHANCBRT, No. 0. WELLS, Plaintiff, vs. A WELLS, Defendant. IT FOR DIVORCE IT A. WELLS, ley Avenue, urc Virginia Ifled that a Bill lint for Divorce has been %  SI ou, and you are re'" %  ipj of yur Answer R to Hi. Bill of Complaint on | ROBERT H. Building, Miami a. and file the original ne In the office of Ircull Court on or [• l.th day of January, 1951. idgment by derueamst you for led in the Bill of | II be published once 11 \ •• weeks ••Mi AND (1RDERED at Miami. "* 18th day of Deosmber, I.;. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. I % %  > %  *** %  iJBj wy w 8TOCKJNO, IH. 8LATKO "" i,U y C, rk Plali -12 fTTENTION rTORNEYS! Jewish Floridlan so1 yw legal notices. Pprecia1e your "•"oge and guaranKcuralo service at ^Wes. Phone 2-1141 ena service. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CMCtriT TOURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRcrrV IN AND F\>K DADE c< 'vrv ALDO BORSARI, Palntlff v. mm BORSARI, Defendant. To: INKS HORSAKI ? ??'," Mary '"<*Wan\ 106 Iielmont Avenue Springfield. Massachusetts You are hereby ordered and reQuired '"•'"'" copy of your Answer whlrh"| B U1 f ^Wht, a ro"r o f which is enclosed herewith, on Piain' ,h, fTf 6 *"'' ? ,,d flle ,h onslnal A. ,. rflcp f he Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Iwfore the 8 dav of January. li*51 otherwise the al!Tm K""? J' MMi 1 '"" "' Complaint will be taken as confessed by you Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8 day of December. 1950. r-i ? B t EA THER.MAN. !" S lerk of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) Py: M. c. PBSGB, BEN ESSEN and D pUty C,erk SHKLDON N I.KLCHUK Attorneys for Plaintiff R23-25 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 12/15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEUy GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In 12S2!!?^*?,~?L U f "''"'ous name of "THE CHICKEN COOP" at IMS N W 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florlda. MORTON A. KATZ JULESKATZ CEORGE K1MMEL RICHARD K. FINK 412 Congress Bids AttornjsK for Applicants 12/15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Al's Delicatessen at T"6 K.W "7th Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to register amid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. Mi >RRI8 H. NAFTEL 628 Lenox Avenue Miami lleaeh. Florida ARONOVITZ .V A IP ..NoVITZ Attorneys for .Morris II. Neftcl 12/15-22-:':' .1 •, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEliY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to en, business under the fictitious n A D K Bervlce Btation at 299 N.w. 5th Street intends t., register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK PRIED, Sole Owner BERICK AND SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beatfft, Florida 12/15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ir: business under the fietitlous name of I>alc Painting Co. at 2247 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla. intend to reclster said name with the Clerk of the fircult Court of l>ade County, Florida. ROBERT DALE SATULOV ARTHUR NILSEN WILLIAM LA BRIE MARX FABER Attorney for Applicants 412 Congress Bldg I2/1-H-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Normin Furniture Company at 5211 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN B. CABEL and MINA CABEL 12/8-15-22-29 +Jt*vis*FhrMin r i BMK HO I IC E PAGE 11 B NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fietitlous name of FISHER'S JEWELRY, formerly POLLACK'S WATCH SHOP at 14J3 S. W. 8th Street Miami. Dade County. Florida, intends to register said namwith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Dade County, Florida. MILTON FISHER. Bole rwner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 12/15-22-29 1 '5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nmine of Sabal Palm Food Shop at MM N E 2nd Avenue, Miami, intends to r^t'i^ter said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadl C in:y. Florida. ANGELO CAPDTO Sole Owner MYERS, IIKIMAN ,v KAPLAN Attornovs for Applicant 12/8-15-22-29 EXCHANGE BUPPET, INC a Fine a r ff r MfSss TO?KITTY I BLOOk 0tf, ,to,,ta c/o leweys 77 Ch i.-,. Avenue lonk^rs. N t w Y ork and any interest to the following chati.,1. ch'aY.; M'ongl^ SS2 &£% g^.pWrSd^S.^5^" £?N %  *•£ ^ n 1 S,rect a 1 1 '"-. N : .Second Street in Mie2*t^*rif 9252' ""nda. Inand kft.^T ll ", w K restaurant N^n Slgnl '" """P""-". <-Wt 1 '',i|i nK y^„ 2SK 1 ?' n[Kht *•<> Fountain. 12' with i horsepower compreeeor 1 -StainlessI Steel It-frigenited SaladSandw.eh IJnlt with 12 horse^Tw. er eompressor complete Toast master Toasters I l-nivenial Waffle Machine. l Mosley Safe. <2 PoM Sta.nless Steel Lunch Count22 St h ri|T Um Lea,her Upholitered • I •' %  mica Table, and Plastic Uphob ered Lounge Booth. &f ;'"",•" £", ru "I M r, ,rs. Walled and back bar of Soda Fountain Stmlnieaa Steel Bervlce Counter and sta i, ,-ss steel Walled Shelves. ttalnlesa Steel Steam Table. l Qarland Ran(e. o FYylator. 1 Garland Broiler. l Wood Worktop Table i McCray Refrigerator, l cubic feel ". '. h --or. i nlveraal Dishwashing Machine : Sheet Metal sink. Drainboard i walk-In Refrigerator Box I Kitchen Hood 1 Blower Fan. l Chopper and Mixer No, -.r. 4 •; %  1 National Cash i: -..,. || l Malted Milk Machine — llamilt-n h No. 32, %  Macl %  i v.. 271 • : Mi .". Ga rbagi 'a I Lai ge si ing ng S le L % %  %  Si Blade • tndi, Pie Show Cases ers -i B %  ana Spill Hold, ra and Sun• l T n Sta • : -Steel I 'offee L'rn. Pans for Dirty I >ishes. i. Inaj (labii i i ihea and silverware, pots, pans and all othermiaceJIai us equipment p,-rtaining to a restaurant. Hol water boiler In basement. V >: %  hereby notified that %  BUI of Complalnl for I laratory Decree and f"r M/trtgage Poredoerure, on the lid chattels baa t-.-eii tiled against you, and you are required to \. copy of your Answer or Pleadthe Mill of Coenplalnt on the plaintiff's Attorney, Aronovitz and ..t7 74' Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Ileading in the office of the Clerk of the Cireuit Court on or before the )5th day of January. 1951 If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 14th day of December. 1950, AD. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clark, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM W STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. A RONIXITZ Ac A Rl N OVITZ, 741 Seybold Building, \h uni, Florida. attorneys for Plaintiff 12 '22-2'.' 1 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice is hereby ci\.-n that the undersigned, desiring < %  > engage in business under the fictitious name of PUNCH AND .Il'I'V st 336 Miracle Mil,Coral Gables, Florida, intend to nan Ith the Clark of Court of Dad-County, WILLIAM SCHWARTZ. RCTII SCHWARTZ. ;2 22-29 : 5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, de.-iring to engage in business under the fictitious name ... Roal at 34S Miracle Mile, Coral I Intend to refjlater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, llorlda. ALBERT II FRIEDMAN and ROSE THELMA FRIEDMAN 12 '1-"-15-22 NOTICE OP DlbSOLLTION OT PARTNERSHIP Philip Cai M I %  %  I Bloom. B1SCAYNE MARKET ROBERT BLOOM run. IP •" \N T< '' %  '. HUTNER 'i HUTNER so? (ilyir.i-ia l'elg. Mism Floytda 12/1-22 "*•"" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theundersigned desiring tc engagem busin. s name of t .-. H FURNITURE O >, (Not Ine i ....-, nds to I I name with tie C* Dade County, 1 JOSEPH V. MONDRES 12 22-28 1/5-11 NOT, A C P E PLTCA?, T 0 E N N FOR N FTSA M L AKE %  '^^TV'FS""--'-^ RE KSTITK'OK (, A ^ NO 2M2 ROBE LIPBITZ, Deceaaed o£l > Sv 3B ,,S! ft2S ""• that "ave Final Viu 2 l n a "*' PetlttoB for I.... D ?£*ilS "* Eaecutor of the and r h ';' # t0 S h K lffP* de,-ea-se,T lSSl w^ i h 2n '' ,,av "' J-'nuary. K wTv^i'v' 1 ',.'" ,h ^wrable w cm, ,A n MH : ", u, v Jud *" of 1)ad8 till %  l '" rWa for approval of said S5,7"" ^, anrl '"' fir al SlaehirWlS This 2>tth day of November. 1H0 EI.RT STO V NH'' rON '' K N '•"' S TZ 1010 Ocngress Bldg ** ,or, "y for Executor 12/1-1-15-22 LEGAL NOTICE IN•c. N S T ,CE -TO CREDITORS I<7 \', '" • NTV %  n-'IXJE'g COURT rTrnirS PDR AI K COUNTY tMN "" N PaoB ATE, No! In Re: ESTATE OF SIMON BBRGER Deceased. Tl ?„ A "..V' r :,li """ H an 1 A Persons HavSltat? r 1>emnI 1 Awinst Said You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the SfV! • SI M N BBBatm. dec-e^ecl. Ute Of Dade County norida. to t|„. of I.J5c n, AN roN %  ••""<>• Judge ?! L." d '" ( .'"""> %  and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the rirst publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the <•;,I address of the elaimant and to lesworn t<> and presented as aforesaid or .s;,m,. win i,„ barred Sea 133 Probate A I Date Dec, IS, A.D. 1950. LOLA CAROLINE BEROER As Administratrix I'um Tes tame n to annexe of the estate SIMON BEROER Dec eased BERICK ,v SHAPIRO Administratrix 12 15-22-29 I 5 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OP THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND I' 1 IR I'M >E e'e iL'NTY Fl,c IRDA — IN CHANCERY, N ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT and MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE, Plali tiffs %  B K. PACKE1 PACKER, hiwife, el al„ I >efendanl TO: B. KV PACKER and NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that tht undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fietitlous name of M££I aC ?i ''•"' '''"'" ,| "" Drive, Miami, Florida. Intend to register S5" na m wi,n "'Clerk of the Circuit (>,urt of Dade County, Florida MARIAN FREEFIEM) CHARLES M. PREBFTELD Owners 12/1-3-16-M NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name of rh.. igioo at 1921 coral Way, Miami, Ma, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dado County, Florida. GUY I. GOLDSMITH Ilfl+IM* J KLATACKR NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,K r i'' K IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage I" business under the fietitlous name of .Normandy Beauty Salon at 11M Bverglndes Concourse-, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tne Circuit Court of Daue County, Florida FRANCF1S MITN1CK Sole Owner BKRICK & SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Itoad 12/1-8-15-22 PAi 'KER, his Ifi. If he if alive, and if dead; na having or claiming an interest In the following described lands, as heirs, det itees, creditors, grantees ->i claiming under li. K. PACKER and PACKER his wife, if married, or otherwise, to-wlt: Lots 10, 11, and 12, In Block 20, ELIZABETH PARK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 4 at Page 195, of thePublic Records of Dade Count;. Florida. You, anci each of you, are notified that a suit has been brought against you by ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT and MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE, and you are hereby required to file with the Clerk of the above named Court, at Miami, Florida, your written appearance %  and defenses, If any and eerve a copy of your written defense, if any. on plaintiffs' attorney, on or before the 12 day of January, 1951. in default of which a Decree Pro Confesso may be entered against you. DATED: December 13. 195". K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. BTOCKINO Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiffs s23 Seybold Bidg., Miami, llorida a a i %  ". NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES I'OURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY F-LOKIDA IN PROBATE, No 2707S In Re: B8TATE I IF MINNIE SCHWARTZ, I CSe'l. To All Creditors and All Persons Hav. Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands whi< h you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MINNIE SCHWARTZ de%  i. late of Miami Beach, I >ade County, Florida, to the Hon W I-'. Blanton, Count) Judge of Dade County, and foe thi fflcc In the Com ihouse In i lade i bounty, Florida, within eighl i from theelate of the first pill,.: Said claims is to contain the legal Idn I • %  ant ancl to be sworn to and ented %  will be b S< e Sei '."ii 120 of th19 Act. Date No> • V.D RICHARD FRANK, \ s Exi tor c • i %  MI. j,of MINNIE SCHW .: 7. i ased. P.M.LOT, SILVER, TATHAM, ABDO & MULLOY Attorneys for Exi 12/1-8-15-22 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JU1 KJE'S O lURT, 1 >ADE COUNTY FLORIDA.—No J4 RE: ESTATE OF ROSE MELINW IN, • %  eased NOTICE la hereby given thai I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of ROSE MELINSON, Deceased: and that on the 2nd di .Ian., 1951. will apply to the Honorable W. V. Hutnlon, County Judge of County, Florida, for approval of said final report ancl for final discharge as Executrix of the estate of Rose Mellnson. deceased This 24 day of Nov. 1950. OERTRUDE PERSON. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Flxecutrix, 1023 Seybold Hldg.. Miami. Florida 12/1-8-15--J NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADF; COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. M021 RE ESTATE I iF" M iURICE DICKLER, : %  NOTICE :hereby given "hat I have y final report and petition for Final Discharge .,E of the; estate of MAURICE DICKLER, dej and that on the is day of Jai.uay 1951 wl the Honor. ,1,1. W B. Hlanton, County Judge of ] for a) of said nd for Una -ix of the F:state of j MAURU 'E DICKLER lei eased This 13th d .'••.-• :LIA DICKLER BEN ESSEN trtx NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN rued, desiring to sag i %  .. Polly Beach, intend I %  J*J with U !*KUMBLE and SAMUEL ROSENBLATT %  K • SHAPIRO ,nts U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT Sole Owner NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, !•-:, >RIDA — IN PROBATE, No. ; ITE -I :N SCHAI „ IT -j-, and All Persons II.o ing lalau r Demands A-V 1 and required to preset.: which > 9CHAPBR mtj t %  me the In his ofl ounty nths 1 late of %  ] %  iFER, ,ER pew xecutrix 3* • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERFJBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the f: OPA LOCK A HATEWAY INN located at 1271 'pa Locka Blvd., Ops L> Dade County. Florida, ancl Intel register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ROBERT L. HAMILTON II'24 12 1-g-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice is hereby given pursuant to if the Florida statutes %  %  he underslg ng to engage in business under the name of BIBCAYNE MAKKKT at SI II B < : Blvd., Nlaml. 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ibfiJUexwi^lbUEIIiDipidliiaun
fcuME 23-NUMBER 51
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
________________MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
luN Stalemated iAustrian Iewish Leader
K i ~.lm Released From Prison
Oil JerilSaiem VIENNA, (JTA) Benjamin
IAKF, SUCCESS, (JTA)The | Schreiber, president of the
, i c Penpral Assemhlv A8udas Israel and of, the Poale
United Nations General Assembly ; Agudas Israe, Qf Auslr|a wgs
concluded its fifth plenary ses- released from prison where he
sion during the weekend without had been held since last month
minf to any definite decision on charge of violating currency
the -atus of Jerusalem. It thus j and customs regulations.
UJA Budget Set at $203,684,577,
Warburg Drafted 1951 Chairman
ATLANTIC CITY, Dec. 17, (JTA)Underlining the urgent i imports by manufacturing things
he 1949 resolution Today Mr. Schreiber called a need for large sums of money to meet the resettlement and! on tne sPot for the local market.
htonaliHJtion of the Jerusalem
area hut took no action to im-
plement this resolution.
The failure of the Assembly to
. which he had been treated. nnUal Cunl!rentCe, ti^ln Y^6 IeW'Sh Appeal ,oday Set a' challenge! Let us hope it will be
He charged that he was originally minimum budget of S203,684,577 for its component agencies. At; answered in increasing measure."
arrested on the basis of docu- 'he sam,e time- the 80 delegates. i Describing the past achieve-
ments which were proven to be from a11 Parts of the country as director of theU.J.A., to ad- ments as wen as the 1951 needs
mmister the new Israel financial of the Joint Distribution Commit-
[fCin,'",'^lem1lssue'res"jrted''i"rom men wh testified against him M- Warburg to succeed Henry Piogram A silver plaque was t of which he was diiector-
Je "pTa Belgian resolution "ad disappeared when forced to Morgenthau, Jr., as general chair- presented at a luncheon session general until he accepted the post
| the failu.e of ^Belgian resomuon suhstantjafp thpir pharo man of the 1951 drive. Monday to Mr. Morgenthau in *f executive vice-chairman of the
honorof his four years of service 1951 UJA Dr. jCSeph J.
urgency of the immi- as th_e |en?,rral cha'rman. Rabbi Schwartz estimated that a mini-
the failure oi a ueisidii icsuiuuun ,,.",,. -
opposed by the United States, substantiate their charges.
. Israel and other coun- ~ ~3~ A resolution stressing the "now
.to obtain the necessary two- JWB Places Organization ZZlC\ZfZCV\ZZZ: ** Wise, presentmg the SV^STK^ta Europe.
thirds majority. The vote was 30 At Command Of Nation
toL 'h S? nnnd%he DrSholic NEW Y0RK' (JTA)-The Na- AfricaVd'The Midde^st called T0?*?aI,^ "SSFELX*? "Tr*assislancelronVine J.Kc!
^.v^afl^tin America were Uonal Jpwish Wclfa,e Boa!d last &>r an all-out effort to raise un- fL^l 1 .^ next >'ear' In addition, he said.
count: as ofLatin Amenca ere ( weekend piaced Us entire organ- precedented sums and to speed f"' w* JSSA^tJS^SSJ^ J-D.C. would have to assist
t solution. The Belgian jzation. staff, resources and fuc.li- [he^delivery of cash to the UjX j J^nctton" tremendous about 25.000 persons in DP camps
and other western
I among t
Belgian i
connection, he empha-
telegram to President Truman. on their campaign pledges for oi tne aemocrauc lorces. tie ae- sized that while the United Pal-
Be assured that vou can count 1951. 2. Local drive committees clan*: "I fervently believe that esline Appeal would henceforth
i i, .IV. ::._."_"...,"{ Were urged to borrow from local tne recns ruction of and be respor, isportation
as banks in anticipation of the re-
IfctejS.^^ SS^^SKffS STanl^Slon of'The^- '
of the Belgian proposal declared: l ,;_ ,?u {JaJ '?J,?'!."; a,! ults of the 1951 drive 3 An in- militarily as a strong arm of de- would continue its financial sup-
-The defeat of the resolution, part-time chaplains, of our tiained ^i,1^ "/ veL-round collection ef- niocracy and as an ally of the port for migration to countries
ng after the report of the and experienced staff throughout tens 1VJ ^ar;'""d hcol^^'enbaes\s United States in our common ob- St her than Israel. Dr. Schwartz
teeship Council that inter- he country of the loyalty of our to"0****d Xnd-kS d"^e Jective of human freedom and added that the J.D.C. must con-
thousands of volunteers and on as ? Jgu}*X ,a,Sing world peace represents a major tinue its relief, medical aid, edu-
the use of the facilities and re- vvas also suggesiea. obligation of American Jewry, cational and economic help tor
sources of our affiliated centers. In another resolution the con- In these days of anxiety and addilionai tens of thousands of
the wire said. "The experience ference urged communities to crisis for the democratic world. Jews who live under "indescrib-
and know-how we acquired in launch their 19ol campaigns at Israel must be strengthened to ably wretched conditions" in a
similar service during World the earliest possible date. This >. preserve the Jewish people and half-dozen Moslem lands, includ-
North Africa and
comi
[Trusteeship
I nationalization of Jerusalem is
impractical, is welcome evidence
that the international community
does not desire to impose a
reginv >n the people of Jerusalem
on a practical plan for Holy
Maces, which was embodied
the m idified Swedish resoluti
It nev r came to a vote
committee or the plenary.
government of Israel will con- .61. Rabbi Kowalsky. a 1
tinue *i do its utmost to preserve resident of New \ork who
the H
rel
ter
Other resolutions praised the ter declared' that Israel's immi- there. This figure includes over
settled raising program in this country And stream into Israel they will nanced by the J.D.C The latter
d the "insight, tenacity and so long as thev will continue to group will need $22.3o0.000 next
driven bv misery and by fear. year, while United Service for
.ill continue to New Americans, the third partner
.. by the promise. i_the U.J.A., will need S7.288,-
#% the hope of a life of freedom, 577. .
Hate Tactics Seen in Rosenbers Smear SSK&SU SsS
the country's ability to absorb. must continue our emphasis on
r:t.,:y of Israel._______________idays ag'-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------be drawn to Israel
By JOE HARRISON FRIED
Joe McCarthy, and Edward
! Nellor, a prober
A series of new startling details mentator Lewi
in the well-organized anti-Semi- four photograph
tic hate campaign to smear Mrs.
Anna M. Rosenberg as a "Com-
munist sympathizer" and thus
berg and attem
identify them
Singfof ffimunlst
5 of, the charge^ against a^Jor^pital (
Mr. Warburg, accepting the
wreck her career as Assistant De- I organization. iwrhese two men are "
fense Secretary of the United [ Freedman said he refused to (Continued on P
States were unfolded to the identify the pictures "because
American Jewish Press this week j couldn't." Later in the conver-
as anti-Zionist propaganda and sation in Freedman's apartment.
eet Benjamin H. Freed- lne self-stvled "ex-communicat-
man revealed his plans to sue' ed jew" and financier for the
radi i i >mmentator Fulton Lewis. natc-sheet 'Common S
Jr., i major radio station, and cnarged that Nellor leaned over
' '' p msors for a million dol- anc} commented, "this Rosenberg
larJ' business is another Hiss case."
r. ntnc Freedman, elaborat- -Then he went on to tell me
his secret testimony last wnat he would do about it."
Federation To Launch Combined Appeal
With "Mobilization Rally" January 7
s Eg i.c"s; ssBSrtanya1"m'.
our power to strengthen it." In
addition to drafting Warburg and
naming Dr. Schwartz, the con-
ference elected the following of-
ficers for the 1951 campaign: Wil-
liam Rosenwald. Rudolph. G S >n-
r.enborn and Rabbi Jonah B
national chairmen; and I. Edwin
Goldwasser and Jacob Sinoff. co-
mixed armistice com- "Who's it I
this weekend agreed to said he asked.
1
the ing with customray procedure of
afternoon first asking a country if it is will-
over to a ing to receive a particular am-
conditions in bassador. Mr. Davis, who is57. has
ds overseas served in the American Foreign
Soi vice since 1917.
picture.
.... "** mil
"w. observers,
er key witness in the smear cam-



Arm v Honors
ll<;i<*li Dortor
. A Miami Beach physician who
lias saved the army and air force
recruiting service here "thousands
of dollars" was recently honored
by Third Army Headquarters for
his work.
Dr. Sanford Levine. 4315 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach, has
worked with the recruiting serv-
ice for over three years and has '
given freely of his time, accord- '
ing to the certificate presented
him by Capt. William F. Jordan,
army and air force recruiting of-
ficer.
The doctor, by army practice.
was permitted to charge $5 for
the first examination and S2 for
each succeeding one but he has
consistently refused to charge for
more than 12 examinations, even
when he examined several times
that number.
Purchased By Downtown Synagogue
"Va Dances Set
For Teen Aggers
Announcement was made by
Mrs. Ira C. Walsey. president of
the Sisterh tod of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, of the inaugura-
tion of teen age tea dances for
the younger set of the center
family. Dances will be divided
into two croups, for 13 to 14
olds and the 15 to 18 year olds
First dance will be held on
Sun lay, December 24. from 4 to
6 p.m. in the center social hall
for the IS to 18 yea iup.
committee in charge of this
proji is Ik adi d by Mrs, Jack
;' ris. assisted by Mrs. Carl
'. nkle and Mrs. Beatrice Melt-
Sterling Re-Elected
Beth David Leader
Bernard A. Sterling was elected
president of Beth David Congre-
gation at a meeting of the group
last week.
Others elected to office were
Harry Gordon, vice president;
John Feller, recording secretary;
Sidney Lefcourt, financial secre-
tary; Harry Simons, treasurer.
Mrs. Glickman Is Named
Dinner Dance Chairman
Mrs. Leonard Glickman has
been named chairman of the an-
nual dinner dance to be sponsored
by the Florida Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress
on Monday, December 25, at 7
p.m., it has been announced by
Mrs. A. A. Hayden, state presi-
dent.
Reservations may be made by
calling individual chapter chair-
men, Mrs. Mollie Janoff, 58-5580;
Mrs. Irwin Teplis, 86-6029; and
Mrs. Rose Cohen, 3-2353.
Beach f enter Tn
Fete tollogj '
Sons and dauKht* ofV 1
am. Beach Jewish center ,*
bers, now attendinS colter
un.vers.t.es throughout the o ^
try. will be the tj?"^
congregation at the annual t '
coming breakfast on WP1 ?e-
morning, December 27 tk sda>'
sisterhood will serve as h ^
at the affair.
hostesses
The old Beth David Synagogue, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., was
purchased last week by the Downtown Synagogue, of which Hyman
Sootin is president. Final papers were signed by Sootin and
Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David, in the law offices of
Myers, He-man and Kaplan. Price was reported to be S20.000.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------]
Community Concert Series To Offer
Majorean Choral Miami music lovers will have years, a visit to these shores had
pportunity to hear the C ir i been contemplated, but plans had
,. ,, to be postponed because of civil
Spain and the subse-
sland of quent world war. Today, eighteen
itial performance
t the Municipal a Carthusian monastery, the
Dftem- '" lllll!|' ""l'."' togreat-
., utions. In dour.; so, it is
providing! liencesin the
nunity Con- Uri ted Slates a rare musical oc-
casion, described by those who
i xp< ienced it as
neffable" and
"tauntingly beautiful."
Siege) Named Head
Of Monticello Park
Jewish Center
Aaron Siegel was elected presi-
dent of the Congregation of ]
Monticello Park at the group's:
!1\:!L'..'" J x.?"'ss :T'llm>'.ad-i annual meeting on Sunday.
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Starring in the opening revue
ai the Plaza Theatre. Miami
Beach, home of Jewish enter-
tainment, will be the world
_Jarr.ous comedian, Michel "Atta
* Boy Getzel" Rosenberg. The
revue. "Come and Laugh." open-
ing Friday afternoon, December
22. will feature in addition to
Rosenberg, a host of popular
Jewish variety stars, including
| Lillian Lux and Paul Burstein.
Also on the program is a newly
released Yiddish film.
Tewish Vets Oppose
German Rearmament
| PARIS, (JTAiA resolution
OPP 'sing the rearmament of G.-r-
* any has been submitted to the
French government by the fed-
eration of Jewish veterans of the
tiro World Wars. The resolution
calls upon the Allied governments
"to heed the lesson of history arid
to bear in mind the disastrous
consequences which are bound to
follow any concessions such as
wire made after World War I."
miration for Maestro Juan Maria
Thomas. As a fellow musician. I
am indebted to him for the deep
emotion I felt in hearing the
chorus sing under his direction."
In subsequent years, other cele-
brated musicians came to Majorca.
some to participate in concerts
with the Coro Hispanico. Without
exception, after hearing the
chorus perform, they felt im-
pelled to express the thrill and
deep beauty of the occasion in
phrases.lavish with superlatives.
Maestro Thomas was urged to
take his Majorcan singers on tour.
At first the undertaking seemed
too difficult, for the members of
the chorus were working people
from the city of Palma. capital of
the island, who could ill afford
to be away for any length of time.
Fortunately, small subsidies were
secured from friends and well-
wishers, enough to enable the
chorus to embark upon a brief
tour of the mainland. So success-
ful were these concerts that
future and more ambitious tours
were soon arranged, permitting
the chorus to be heard throughout
the Iberian peninsula.
A fond dream will be realized
when the Coro Hispanico com-
pletes its American tour. For
Also elected to office were Ben
Genshaft. first vice president: D.
Berkow. second vice president;
Jules Klion, treasurer; A. Gold-
stein, .financial secretary; M.
Dattloff, recording secretary; L.
Kaplan. H. Schneider and M.
Genshaft. trustees.
The Rev. Jacob D. Katz, one of
the founders of the synagogue,
was appointed spiritual leader of
the congregation.
Installation of the new officers
will be held Sunday. December
31, and will be followed by a
party to be tendered by the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood of the center.
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_______+Jeisfi fkrHicir
I'll Say,..
PAGE 3" A
The Christmas Tree
Tltis column, first published in The Jewish
Flondian of January 7, 1949, is being reprinted by
nopijiar demand. Mr. Simonhoffs penetrating
Comments about The Christmas Tree are especially
appropriate as Christmas approaches.Editor.
Speaking to a lady, who perhaps could at one time
have entered a beauty contest, but never a brain
iru-;t I was treated to this vignette, "Chanuka and
Christmas should be jointly celebrated as a gesture
of go,,;! will towards our neighbors." She probably
heard this from the type of Rabbi whose sermons
contain more about Jesus than Moses. When I asked
whether Chanuka candles should be removed from
the Menorah and hung on the Christmas tree to the
tune .'f Peace on Earth, Good Will to Christians and
Jeu-s. she answered, "Why, yes."
Christmas Tree Jews
If Mr. Gallup, should investigate the matter, his
flirvey would, I am sure, disclose that Christmas
trees are set up in the home of such Jews who keep
aw.iv (mm the Temple on Yom Kippur; who refer
to other Jews as kikes; who if sickly, are bent on
turning to Christian Science; who permit slurs and
sneeis about Jews and Judaism in their homes, yet
are astonished and grieved when their children
many in church; who refuse to contribtue to the
United Jewish Appeal; who send Christmas cards to
other Jews; who never extended the slightest aid to
Jewish victims of Hitler yet were eager to help the
Red Cross with bundles for Britain; who were mem-
bers (if the American Council for Judaism, Inc.;
whose English accent is atrocious, yet affect ignor-
ance of Yiddish; who change their names from
Cohen to Curtis; who send their children to Ethical
Culture schools; who object strenuously to the teach-
ing of Hebrew in Sunday Schools; who gag if forced
on occasions to eat Kosher meat; who say that Jews
should not run for public office; who seek ad-
Dr. Varol To Be Installed As Rabbi
Of Temple Israel On Friday Night
ihe W?.nH rVS ,W,hicl? flaunt on their masthead
rieSJd: restricted clientele; who, though pro-
over the f'SlS i0m}hZ Unitarian Church; who weep
that i 'n0WTS f dlsP'aced Arabs; who complain
that too many Jews are intellectuals and crowd the
d^M,'',,ns; yw nn1their sons to Harva,d and uSS
dh< f t Wclles'ey: *'ho boast that n one takes
c uT !i JeTS; who adv"cate the transfer of the
Sabbath service to Sunday: who turn off the radio
'" a fjL,wlsn Program comes on; who have never
lifted a Onger to help build the State of Israel; who
chime in when anti-Semites slander Jews; who were
horrified when British officers in Palestine were in
retaliation horsewhipped by Jews: who profess to
nave no interest in Jewish problems; who never
attend a Sedar on Passover Eve; who prate about
double loyalties when Medinas Israel is mentioned.
Christian Symbolism
Lest I be called a downright bigot, let me explain:
the lit up Christmas tree, hung with gifts brought
by the genial and hearty Santa Claus, is as beautiful
a celebration as ever has been devised. A symbol of
generosity and hospitality, it is Christian idealism at
its best. As a ceremonial, we can admire its spirit of
good cheer, benevolence and charity just as the
Jewish artist can revere the perfections of Raphael's
Madonnas, or the power and sweep of the vast
panorama in The Last Judgment by Michael Angelo.
Some of us feel the deepest religious emotions when
we hear the great Catholic Masses. Yet would any
one advocate placing a Madonna in a synogague?
Or listen to Bach's Mass in B minor at the service on
Yom Kippur?
The Christmas tree is religious symbolism to its
very core. The ceremony begins at midnight that
opens the day commemorating the birth of the
Christian Saviour. Children get out of bed and sing
such carols as "Hail Oh Hail' Oh, Glorious Morn,
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Christ the Prince of Peace is Born." Now what
possible place can this most religious of Christian
celebrations have in a Jewish home,? There is some-
thing ignorant, superficial or downright dishonest in
appropriating the holiest experiences of another
religion. It is vulgar to imitate the passion in a
strange ritual, without feeling the genuine emotion
wrapped therein.
Our regard for the Christmas tree should in no
way differ from our attitude towards the religion
of our neighbors. We consider Christianity a noble,
uplifting faith that makes for progress, humanity
and civilization. How can we take any other view
since that faith is derived largely from our own
Torah? Our respect for Christianity is best summed
up in the answer the Rabbi gives to a Christian who
expresses a wish to embrace Judaism. "Why should
you change? Your religion is excellent. If you ob-
serve it sincerely, you will enter the kingdom of
God. Stay where you are and you will be much
happier."
Judaism
Our historic position has always been that Chris-
tianity, though enormously beneficial to other
peoples, has no message for us. Our own faith was
old and respected before the birth of Jesus. Its ritual
is equipped to serve us completely, from the cradle
to the grave. The inspiration of our purest spirits
conceived it. The labors of our best minds have de-
veloped its theology as well as its way of life. The
faith that has grown out of our history and tradi-
tions best fits our national character, molded by the
vicissitudes of thousands of years. We are not ready
to sacrifice the Judaism that presents our peculiar
genius, our own contribution to world's culture.
The Christmas tree like the cross is a noble
symbol of Christianity. The seven branched Menorah
burning the Chanuka lights radiating truth, freedom
and heroic self sacrifice is the Jewish symbol.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will be in-
stalled as spiritual leader of
Temple Israel at services on Fi-
day. December 22, at 8:15 p.m.
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, will
deliver the installation sermon.
Others who will participate in
the service include Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of the
temple: Max Meisel, president;
Miami Mayor William Wolfarth:
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Turk;
Dr. B iwman#Ashe, president pf
the University of Miami; the Rev.
GUnn C. James, pastor of White
Mrs. A. A. Rothstein was re-
cently installed as president of
the Mother's Auxiliary of Alpha
Epsilon Pi at a dinner meeting at
Temple; William D. Singer, presi- Ithe Miamian Restaurant.
committee of the UJA from 1944
to 1949. He was identified with
numerous interfaith activities and
was founder of the Atlantic City
Forum, composed of 60 organiza-
tions working to promote civic
and cultural welfare.
A reception honoring Dr. Eisen-
drath will follow the service.
Fraternity Mothers
Install Officers
den: of the Greater Miami Jewish i Other officers seated at the
Federation; and Jules Pearlman, | ceremonies were Mrs. Herman
past president of the temple and iReade, vice president; Mrs. Milton
Chairman of the program. I Smith, treasurer; Mrs. A. E.
Dr. Narot accepted the call to Bernstein, secretary; and the Mes-
the temple pulpit in May of this
year and assumed his duties in
Au^ lit. He came here from Tem-
ple Beth Sholom in Atlantic City,
where he served for ten years.
dames Joseph Arkin, Hy Bern- \
stein, Samuel Hellman, Art Green
and James A. Schneider, board
members.
Mrs. Bernstein, outgoing presi-
Officers To Meet
A breakfast meeting of the of-
ficers and members of the board
of directors of the Hebrew Aca-
dmy will be held Sunday, De-
cember 24, at 10 a.m. in the din-
ing room of the academy.
Dr. David S. Andron, president,
announced that a progress report
will be presented by Miami Beach
Councilman Burnett Roth and
Aaron Courshon, co-chairmen of
the annual dinner committee. The
affair will take place on January
14 in Temple Beth Sholom ban-
!quet hall. Committee reports will
' also be presented by the chair-
men of the various committees.
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Bakery
1171 S. W. 8th Street
Serving You
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Wedding & Birthday Cakes
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Open All Day Sunday
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Serving "Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner"
Opening Friday, December 22nd, at 4:30 P. M.
446 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 5-9303
He was chairman of the United 1 dent, was lauded for her work
Jewish Appeal in the New Jersey during her term of office and
city from 1943 to 1945 and co- presented with a gift. Mrs. Wil-
chairman of the 1950 drive. Helliam Weintraub served as mis-
served on the national executive tress of ceremonies.
M
THE OPENING OF OUR Nl
dUlriitaas Hi
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president
of both the Florida Slate and
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, will be honored at a
dinner on Tuesday, December 26.
at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel.
Miami Beach. Members of the
Miami Rabbinical Association and
their wives will be hosts at the
affair.
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To Hold Dance
Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah
will sponsor a party and dance
at the home of Mrs. H. C. Moser.
4t!4 S.W. 24th Terr., on Wednes-
day. December 27. at 8:30 p.m.
Slated to appear on the program
are Charnui Cohen, vocalist;
Janice Kaiser, impersonator, and
Bob Collier, musician.
Proceeds from the affair will go
to the Children's Village in Meier
Shfevah. Working on plans for
the affair are Janice Kaiser, chair-
man. Channa Cohen. Dons
Rabinowitz and Joyce Sneidman.
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EDITORIAL
FRIDAY, DECBgEB^^
XS tnm'Mi in Minyan
We don't know how the women of America,
the Jewish wom^n that is, will receive the news
about the inclusion of their sex in the "minyan"
of the Society for the Advancement of Judaism, a
Reconstructionist bastion. We are sure, however,
that the men in our Jewish fabric will receive it
with mixed emotions.
The question, of course, is not one of equality
for the weaker sex. That sex no longer holds, nor
is it ambitious to retain, that misnomer. Today
when women are holding highest offices in gov-
ernment, education, business and even the army
it is an anomaly to even discuss the once-buming
question of equality among the sexes.
On the basis of this development alone the
move to add women to the minyan and to call
them to the reading of the Scroll on the Sabbath
seems logical. But on the other hand logic alone
cannot govern all human affairs, particularly
tradition and religious practices. And besides,
this deviation from practice might create unanti-
cipated problems. Suppose one needs a minyan
for morning services. Will the women in the
minyan wear prayer shawls? And if they don't
there is at once created another deviation for
which many of the Rfeconstructionists are not
perhaps prepared yet. And what will happen on
the occasion of the reading of the Scroll when the
honor of being called up to the Torah goes by
tradition to a "Kohen?" Will that manly pre-
rogative go to a woman? And once you extend
those mitzvos to women, will not the men be
justly claiming that the women ought to be
harnessed to the rest of the mitzvos which are
obligatory upon men? If that burden is not shifted
to the women too, what answer will there be to
the men arguing that they are victims of dis-
crimination in the sharing of mitzvos? Thais the
radical departure from ancient practice can be-
AN IMPORTANT PAGE
come, God forbid, the source of family strife and
discord. An harassed and tried husband might
tell the wife to make kiddush on Friday evening.
And if she refuses he would have the unanswer-
able argument that one capable of joining a
minyan cannot, under the principle of equality,
Kiaotru On Th<> March
Young Jewish accountants have such ju>
ties getting jobs that most of them have to
work in firms managed by Jews or else9?'0
serious unemployment and readjustment n u
lems. This is the gist of a recent survey mJ't
the B'nai B'rith Service Bureau. Y de by
In these few words we have a theme wh
variations are only too painfully familiar loiT
young Jew who seeks to become integrated n
useful member of his community, whethe
medicine, accounting, engineering or any JuS
so-called public service professions. What a voiZ
man must think about a democracy under wh i!
race and birth and faith and color are the co
polling factors in earning a livelihood is Z
within the province of this editorial. It is, however
pertinent to note that the bigots and the diacrimi'
nators are not of the stuff that make for tint
democracy which we stand ready to defend with
heart and soul and body. Rather, they are the
sediment of medieval thinking and evil feelino
They are the impediment to that understanding
among men without which there can be no world
amity and world peace. They are the breathers of
hate and pestilence and war. They are the un-
believers and the faithless.
refuse a function such as that.
It seems to us that there are times when the
liquidation of old traditions, particularly religious
traditions, is no sign of real progress. For it is
inevitable that elimination of the old minyan will
in the end lead to the termination of the minyan
altogether. And instead of strengthening Judaism,
as its advocates claim, it will only weaken a
foundation which is already rocking under the
impact of changes which, so far, have by no
means demonstrated greater spirituality and at-
tractiveness than the ancient well.
Hate Tactics Seen In Rosenberg Smear
I
(Continued from Page 1 A)
ice Committee investigators. You
can talk to them."
While Nelli and Surin alleg-
edly waited in another room.
Freedman was giving the brush-
off to two FBI agents Fagan and
Shores sifting for the truth in
the drummed-up case against
FD1 ight-hand woman.
"I don't want to talk with you."
Freedman told the FBI agents.
I'll ; with the proper
ies Now goodbyi "
The "proper authorities" turned
oul and Surin. though
late; both men denied Freed-
5es.
'' iwing < vening Fulton
Li vvis. Jr : tl lir to tell
of new alleged chargi I Com-
n and Mrs. Ros-
!
...
i.'
lit a
for: iring thi Zi< nisi gov-
ernment and backing the hate-
es an all-out cam-
pa ar prominent Ameri-
can Jews, Fret dmun said he would
nt this week against
Lews. Radio Station WJZ, and
the Harris L'pham Co.. Lewis'
radio sponsor, for a million dol-
Lewia had smeared him,
charged Freedman. and ruined his
'reputation'.
In the course of an interview.
Freedman disclosed the begin-
nings of a smear campaign against
Mrs. Anna Rosenberg which a
number of senators contended
might wind-up with indictments
of perjury against several at least
one of the witnesses who swore
that Anna Rosenberg was a Red
:er.
The hate drive, which was Boon
picked up by a chain of anti-
Semitic papers throughout the
nation, had its humble beginnings
in Freedman's anything but -
humble modem apartment in
New York City.
It was during the course of
discussion with a "prominent at-
torney." the evening of Decem-
ber 2. Freedman disclosed, that
he ned the vuinci-
dence" that a "Mrs. Anna Ro
berg" had been named in find-
ings of the Un-American Activi-
ties Committee as being affili-
ated with the Communist-front
movements. (F.B.I, agents later
testified that there were scores
of Anna Rosenbergs residing in
New York City.)
Freedman's prominent attorney
friend listened attentively, the
pro-Mufti financier said. "Then
he said," commented Freedman,
"I think I know someone who
knows her." Then the "prominent
attorney,*' Freedman said, con-
tacted Ralph de Sola, (de Sola's
testimony of having "seen" Anna
Rosenberg at Communist-front
meetings was later repudiated and
contradicted by other "prosecu-
tion" witnesses.)
An American Jewish Press re-
porter asked Freedman whether
the "prominent attorney" who
-parked the Rosenberg smear
could be Mr. Richardson, himself
a defender of the Mufti's doings
and spi kesman for Freedman's
anti-Zionist rantings on numer-
ous past occasions.
"As a matter of fact," Freed-
man recalled, "it was Richard-
son."
Freedman said he later went
to Washington where he spoke
with a member of congress about
the Rosenberg matter. While
illing through Washington,
and quite "accidentally," Freed-
man charged, who should ap-
proach him but Gerald L. K.
Smith, the notorious anti-Semite.
"I just bumped into' him,"
Freedman claimed in denying that
he had checked with Smith or
, Representative John Rankin, an-
other anti-Jew, before spreading
\ the data about Mrs. Rosenberg's
, Communist ties.
"What's new in the "osenberg
case." Freedman said Smith ask-
ed of him.
Freedman said he gave Smith
the cold shoulder. "Why don't
you go and ask the Armed Serv-
(ices Committee, if you're so inter-
ested." Freedman claimed he re-
plied to Smith.
Several times during this in-
terview with the American Jew-
ish Press, the Mufti's admirer
repeated, "I tell you all of this
is 'Moshe emi i Moses1 truth)."
Freedman wound up by admit-
ting that his dollars helped sup-
port the hate-sheet "Common
but that he never con-
sidered it "anti-Semitic" though
it constantly "warns" against a
world-Wide Jewish Zionist Com-
jnunist conspiracy."
"It's against the Communes.
isn t it.' asked an aroused F i
man. Receiving no reply, he add-
ed, "1'rn for any group or paper
. that fights those Communists!"
Neighbors of Freedman's show-
ed no surprise at his latest in-
volvement in the Rosenberg smear
campaign.
"He's an eccentric character,"
one woman remarked.
"Is that guy in trouble again'"
said another.
"Don't talk to me about Ben
Pioneer Women Will
Meet Monday Night
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will hold a spe-
cial meeting on Monday, Decem-
ber 25, at 8 p.m. at the Harrison
Hotel, 411 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, according to Mrs.
Lena Mintzes, president.
Plans for the N. Bookspan an-
niversary party to be held on
January 6 will be discussed, Mrs.
Mintzes said.
Billy Rose Quits "Pitching Horseshoes"
To Manage Show Business Empire
Cinderella Ball Set
For Sunday Night
Mrs. David Denner will be
hostess to Clara Hirsh Landau
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young
Women and their escorts at a
"Cinderella Ball" to be held at
her home. 4431 Prairie Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, on Sundav, December
24. at 9 p.m.
' Co-chairmen of the event are
' Rima Jackson and Ruth Kalin.
Assisting them are Bobby Devore
and Natalie Samuels.
Freedman," said a third.
An American Jewish Press re- I
porter who contacted the build- i
ing superintendent at Freedman's ;
New York City apartment house
after learning that the anti-Zion-
I ist's phone wasn't listed, was,
told upon identification of the
porter's credentials, "He doesn't
like you people very much, but
ril tell him you called."
Later the same superintendent'
said he was only "joking" about'
! the remark. But it was a grim
joke.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1950
TEBET 15, 5711
NEW YORK CITY (AJPThe
little sage who rose, like his name,
from the Lower East Side's
poverty-stricken sidewalks to the
heights of a million dollarsand
then someplaced aside his
trusted typewriter recently and
called quits to the penning of a
column which appeared regularly
since 1946 in more tHan 2,500
newspapers throughout the world.
Failing health and the heavy
responsibilities of administrating
a virtual show business empire,
little Billy Rose announced,
teamed up to cause the literary
cancellation. Rose' column had
not appeared for two weeks, prior
to the announcement, while he i
was undergoing an operation.
"Pitching Horseshoes," Rose's
column, was another in a string
of amazing successes since the
former Lower East Sider gained
national prominence as a youth
by copping the national title of
speed shorthand writers. Under
the guidance of John Robert
Gregg, founder of the system.
Rose did 200 words a minute.
Gregg immediately termed him!
the "finest natural shorthand
writer" he had ever encountered.
Through "Pitching Horseshoes"
millions learned of tales concern-
ing the first waves of Jewish
immigrants who set up residency
on the sidewalks of New York.
The hardships, humor and grit of
the immigrants supplied themes
for many of Rose's down-to-earth,
strikingly warm, human columns.
Other "Horseshoe" pieces dealt
with the little man in the street,
the grocer, the copeven the
bookie. Readers were never quite
certain what the inimitable Billy
Rose would write about next.
Editors were equally befuddled.
Both were certain that whatever
the subject matterit would be ,
good.
Behind the typewriter keys i
which formed the simple words '
with the slam-bang impact was
the man Who's Who terms "a
producer of spectacles." But
Billy Rose cannot be categorized
except perhaps as one of the!
greatest legends of our time.
Rose started in show business
with a mere $4,000 investment.;
In even months his Back Stage
clubs, an upstairs speakeasy on
56th St. in New York City, be- !
came the popular hangout for j
show people, social registerites
and newspapermen. On any night
of the week tables were filled
with such well-knowns as Walter :
Wmchell, Al Jolson, William1
Rhinelander Stewart, Arnold
Rothstein, Sophie Tucker, Mark
Hellinger, and Harry Thaw. Rose
hired a sultry bluii singeran
unknown named Helen Morgan
and asked her to sit on the
piano because the room was too
crowded. The pose became the
"Show Boat" star's trademark in
later years.
After seven months. Rose sold
his nighterie at a $50,000 profit.
In succeeding years. Rose opened
one club after another. They
were gigantic money-makers. It
was about this time that the
Jewish showman began to dabble
seriously in song writing.
His first hit was "Barney
Google." the zany ditty that sold
1.000,000 copies. Since then Rose
has penned more than 400 songs,
50 of which wei e lits.
Remember "That Old Gang of
Mine;" "Me and My Shadow?
"Rainbow 'Round My Shouder;"
"The Night Is Young (And
You're So Beautiful"): "More
Than You Know;" "It's Only a
Paper Moon;" "Without a Song,'
etc.? They were all Billy Rose
productions.
But Rose's most famous produc-
tion and pet project is his famous
Diamond Horseshoe night club
which, along with Radio City
Music Hall, is the undisputed
tourist draw in Gotham. He was
paid $175,000 by a leading movie
company for the use of the name
as a film title.
Writing columns, however,
came as a unexpected sideline.
On April 1, .1946. Rose started a
series of paid advertisements tor
his Diamond Horseshoe about
"life, art, etc." They ran as aas
for about one month and men
were printed bv the now defunct
PM. The column, like most every-
thing the almost magical Rose
concerns himself with, was *
fantastic overnight succi ss.
Later he switched to the Heraw
Tribune, then the Daily Nev*
Syndicates began bidding form*
pieces. Finally, the weekly snew
begged for permission to ru
"Pitching Horsesh k and faim
ers out in Iowa and deep Kans
read about Rose's uncle on
Lower East Side.
Berlin Jews Re-Elected
BERLIN. (JTA) Two /eg
were re-elected members "i '
West Berlin City Council TMJ
are Dr. Jeanette Wolff. *JfiL,
Democrat, and Dr. F. EngeHberJ
a member of the Free Democ.auc
Party.


fplDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1950
+Jewlstnr)rkBnr>
\T\. BBC diroiips To Hold 4-Day Beth Jacob To Hnnn, *.*JT~.-----------
SUlU* Conferenee In .Miami r^M AHnor lla,,bl Zwi,,a" 0
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State UDHiMi in Miami RahhJ Mi.Iir** """!" nveiUng Set For
ration dance on Mon-,Hoffman, assistant director will ,VdOD1 iVleschelOtt SuiKJa.V A( IIMrial I'iirk
conduct a "Rumor Clinic" I '" Jacob wiH Dedication of a monument to
demonstrating the manner in sP,r,tual leader, Rabbi the memory of the late R.
which unfounded rumors m :' t a testimonial .Colman Zwitman, former spiritual
spread and cause bitter int. el. will 1
y 11, Sui 24,
A re|
U.y vening, December 25. at tin
jami Beach Jewish Center will
taunch a tour-day state AZA con-
Y|V( tration chairman.
:ick. has announced
timately 100 represent-
in AZA chapters
: the state will gl
ihip seminars and
i oratory, debate com-
and a basketball tourna-
petition
mMichae] Rand of Greensboro,
w c B'nai B'rith Youth director
of District Five, will be guest of
honor at the closing banquet on
Thursday evening, December 28.
Milton A. Friedman, national
B'nai B'rith youth commissioner,
will present the annual Milton
A. Frudman Best Chapter Award.
Officers will be installed for
the forthcoming year by Mrs.
Herman Hertzberg, president of
District Five, B'nai B'rith Women.
Other B'nai B'rith personalities
who will participate in the in-
stallation ceremonies will be
George J Bertman, president of
I the South Florida B'nai B'rith
Council. Mrs. Nathan Bloom,
Women's Council president and
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, first vice
president of District Five, B'nai
B'rith Women.
A "State Sweetheart" will be
crowned at the culminating ban-
quet, it has been announced by
Selma Lewis, local B'nai B'rith
youth director, and prizes for
oratory, debate and athletics will
: < 1
Alvin Zatman and Arthur
-chairmen of athletics,
have announced that basketball
games will be held at the Miami
j Community Center on the
first th e days of the conference.'
Co-chairmen of the convention
are Morris Levitt and Robert
Cooper who will be assisted by
Miriam Levy, president of B'nai
B'rith Girls 14 and secretary of
District Five:
Monday. December 25: 8-12
p.m.. registration dance (17th St.
Center).
Tuesday, December 26: 9-12
a.m.. opening session, announce-
ment- committees chosen, chap-
ter reports, Florida region session;
12-1 p.m.. luncheon; 4-6 p.m..
basketball games (preliminary);
8-12 p.m., "night club affair."
Wednesday, December 27: 8-11
a.m.. basketball semi-finals; 11-
12 a.m., seminar leadership (Mi-
chael Rand); 2-3:30 p.m., deleg-
ates meeting; 4-6 p.m., debate
preliminaries; 8-12 p.m., beach
party.
Thursday, December 28: 9:30-
10:30 a.m., basketball finals; 11-
1 p.m oratory; 2-3 p.m., debate
fin;i]>; 3-5:30 p.m., business ses-
sion 'constitution, resolutions and
electii ns); 7:30 p.m., semi-formal j
buffet i installation of officers).
Committees in charge of ar-
rangements will include: Mort
Kramer, publicity; Howard Kat-
zen, housing; Jack Horovitz and
Stanley Sterling, social; Bob
Shevan and Edger Lewis, oratory
and debate; Don Lichenstein and
Mart.n Garden, hospitality; Jay
Lynn, Phil Goldhagan and Sid
Naness, luncheon and banquet.
B'nai B'rith Girls' groups from
all parts of the State of Florida
will be the guests of the annual
AZA convention.
The B'nai B'rith Girls' units
will participate in leadership
training sessions, social action
Programs and join the AZA
groups in social programs at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Opening business session will
be held at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday,
December 26. Following lunch-
eon, an "Israel Song and Dance
Session" will be held at 2:30 p.m.
At 3:30 p.m., Shirley Lefkowitz,
President of District Five B'nai
Brith Girls, will address the
gathering, outlining the district
immunity service programs for
1951. Wednesday at 9:30, the girls
will meet in a "project session"
discuss the Anita Perlman
Oiolarship project. This project
enables a B'nai B'rith girl to
attend college
group antagoni
An afternoon rm I
girls' groups will be held at 1:30
p.m on Thursday i i "Fii
Evaluations."
Further details regardini I
Bnai B'rith Girls' ;
be secured by calling AZA Con- event, the onl
vention headquarters at 1220
Congress Building, phone 2-0189.
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th
Ceramics Group Formed
A ceramics group has been
id.
A. Frank
:
ne which the ^rman. | ;.:...
th ami Beach J,
s conduct the memorial service.
Rabbi Zwitman. who died De-
>'i 23. 1949. of an inf. I
.. at
11 a.n pie Israel s -
:
Dr. Jacob II.
i .: D
h R. Narol
and Rabbi Irving
ion will spon
n, Judge Frank is a member
of the board of directors of the
synagogue.
Rabbi Mescheloff
has been
added to the ever increasing pro- spiritual leader of the congrega-
gram of the North Beach Area of! tion since 1937. He is secretary
the Jewish Centers Association. I of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
The unit meets every Tuesday Association and is an active mem-
evening at the Coburn School, jber of numerous national religious
1000 Bay Drive, Miami Beach organizations,
under the leadership of Mrs. Zena I Religious and civic leaders will
Posever, art specialist on the staff be present at the affair, according
of the Jewish Centers Association. to Judge Frank.

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Rabbi Cuhntut Zwitman
last year during Brotherhood'
Week. Rabbi Zwitman was one.'
of three Miamians to be cited for*
"distinguished service in better-
ing human relations." He was also'"
"Sch
; will be heard on the
tool Supplies for Israel" pro-
sfani and on the fund-raising |
Program for the support of the
v' -Memorial Hospital in Hot
"Pnngs, Arkanas. Leadership I
w 1 follow at 11 a.m. and a story
group will convene in the
a"?nioon at 2 p.m.
"h Thursday at 10 a.m., a
! ii action session will be held
FnJj"ng a Presentation by the
lda Regional office of the
contracted during his war service.
held the pulpit of Temple Israel
from 1936 until his death.
Born in Palestine, he received,
his education at New York Uni- named outstanding citizen of Dade
versity, Columbia University and j County.
the Jewish Institute of Religion, j The rabbi is survived bv his
where he was a favorite of the wife, Lenore; two sons, Joseph
late Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. He and Michael; his father, Philip; a
served as a chaplain in the army sister, Thelma; and a brother,
from 1943 to 1946. In February of Nathan.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER oo
ct
Strictly Neighbors"
By HELEN ALPERT
BEST WISHES:
First of the Season's Greetings to come this way just arrived from
the Philip Levi familyPhil. Betty and Myron. Phil is still resting
at home. Last time we all met was at the wonderful lawn-fete the
Levis tendered in celebration of Myron's Bar Mitzvah. Well-loved.
Phil is one of our earliest pioneers in Miami. A quarter of a century
agowasn't it? Collegiennes on the hop home for the holidays
include Stephens College sophs Elaine Cohen, of the Sam (Sherry-
Frontenac) Cohens; and Barbara Ann Gould, Venetian Way's Joseph
Goulds. Due in from the University of Florida is Janie Goldstein,
to join Mrs. Dora Goldstein on Michigan Ave. ... It took two tough
days to get a plane-flight for Milt Fried, coming in from Cornell
to spend vacation-time with mom and his uncle and aunt, the
Harry H. Cohens at the Hotel New Yorker.
NEWS-NOTES:
Frank Schneider, former front desk at the Wofford. is now
handling his own front counters at the drugstore next to the Red
Barn ... A phone call from Jessie Gertman stresses Dorothy
Kaplan's emcee-cavortings. practically professional!, at that thrift
shop "fashion-jamboree." Her glamor-gal outfit (dragged out from
let's-forget-what-era) was an ancient formal, lorgnette, fan and
boa. all tied together by good clean fun! Incidentally, the Dr.
Sam Gertmans are awaiting the arrival of their longtime friends,
the Jack Goldmans of Forest Hills, L. I., motoring in this week
with their two li'l kids .
OUR VISITORS:
Dottie and Sylvan Kaye of N.W. Miami Court have welcomed
Dottie's interesting uncle. Dr. M. Solot, for the winter. The Clover I
Club's Al Goldman himself in turn welcomed the Kayes as his guests '
at their 25th wedding anniversary at his club, with their son Alfred
and his spouse Ruth Kapp Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mrs. Kronish I
are entertaining old friends from Brooklyn, the Yudy Finkelsteins,
along with Elaine and Jerry Another set of Kayesfirst name I
Hermanare enjoying reunions, long overdue, with Herman's
brothers Robert and William. Herman Kaye is Hotel New Yorker
manager The Coral Gables' David Schuhams also have their
favorite Brooklynites, the Bennet M. Blumenthals. once more
ensconced at the Claremont Hotel and ready for more sightseeing.
Blumenthal's a corporation lawyer Photographer Harold Kaye
(what, again?) has his cousins in our midstMr. and Mrs. Philip
Yurik of Englewood, N. J. Busiest man with visitors is still
Bill Farr. who shifted his time-tables from Washington Ave. to up
there on Collins, three months ago. He calls his new locale Peacock
Alley.
TEEN-TIME:
Three teen-age girls clubs of Miami Jewish Center dive into
formals for frolic: Saturday night at the Sorrento the Phi Sigma
Taus start, with their best fellers ... the Tri Betas follow, Dec. 27
in the Delano's Blue Room and the Tau Alpha Omegas conclude
the trio-tripping at the Robert Richter, Dec. 28.
FIRST-NIGHTERS AND ALL-NIGHTERS:
Biggest "civic" throng heralded the premiere of Moy's Golden
Dragon on the Beach when the Leo Eisensteins and W. I. Feuers
hosted almost all the City Hall family at succulent Boo Loo Opp
and other delicacies. Jack Ross, onetime bigtime publicist, wistfully
quipped captions for the photographs being shotsuch as his
irresistible "Moy Meets Girl." when George Moy posed with Stella
Turk. At the tables wore all your friends: Marcie Liberman, the
always groomed Nat Koven. the Sidney Crowns, the Samuel
Margolies. the Mel Richards. Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" Klein with son
Jerry, the Joel Newmans and Seymour Satins arriving with the
Harold Turks, the Jack Rosens. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Leo Aranoff,
1. R. Goodman with his sister, Lillian. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golden. Florence Friedman, and newsmen
such as Herb Rau and his Phyllis ... A few whirls later, the Zina
Reyes tossed open the Delano doors to her exciting dance prevue
of her studio-in-action. Behind-the-scenes maestro was, of course,
Ann Kerman. her sister. Somebody's tagged Zina with the Talloo
trademark, "glamorous and unpredictable"and it fits snug as
that black velvet costume!
HALLS OF LEARNING:
Eli Hurwitz has a new headline-man on his faculty at the Penin-
sular Institute. It's Captain Gregory, top flier and specialist-in-
structor in celestial and surface navigation. The Captain's newest
course is aimed at women who want to lick the terminology and
become control tower operators. Makes us feel like World War II
all over again!
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Miami Beach Ladies Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold its annual membership
tea at the Delano Hotel on Tues-
day, December 26, at 1 p.m., Mrs.
Benjamin Appel, president, has
j announced.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will dis-
; cuss the significance of member-
j ship in the organization and will
I honor all new and old members.
! Mrs. Harry Koretsky and Mrs.
Samuel Ritter, co-chairmen of the
event, will present gifts to life
members.
The musical program will be
under the direction of Prof. Ni-
cholas Vomasescu, founder and
former general director of the
Roumanian Music Society. Prof.
Vomasescu is a member of the
, United Nations Committee and
I staged pageants in Bayfront Park
! during United Nations Week.
To be featured in the program
I are Mrs. Floyd Reid, contralto,
I and her daughter, Betty Reid,
contralto-soprano. Mrs. Reid is
soloist with Pia Igy's Musical
Caravan, while her daughter, a
senior at Coral Gables High
School, is a vocal pupil of
Madame Pia Igy. Mrs. A. Chester
Abny will accompany at the
piano.
Mrs. Max Greenberg, founder
of the auxiliary, will offer the
opening prayer. Mrs. Louis
Makovsky is program chairman.
To Sing "Salome" Scene
Ljuba Welitch, who will appear
here with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra on January
21 at the Miami Beach Munici-
pal Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. and
at the Miami Senior High School
at 8:30 p.m., will sing the last
scene of the Strauss opera,
"Salome."
It is in this role that she made
her first sensational appearance
at the Metropolitan Opera house.
She has been acclaimed ever
since her deubt as "the most ex-
citing music personality in a
decade."
Louise Einhorn
Betrothal Told
Weltman Bar Mitzvah
Louise Einhorn
Betrothal of Miss Louise Ein-
horn to Jerome Soowal, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Art Soowal of Or-
lando, Fla., has been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Einhorn, 2474 Swanson
Avenue, Coconut Grove.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami High School and is
now attending the University of
Florida at Gainesville, where she
will receive her degree in June,
1951.
Mr. Soowal received his M. S.
at Florida in June, 1950. He is
now employed by the state as an
horticulturist.
The wedding has been set for
June 30, 1951, and they will live
near their grove in Orlando.
Miami Center To
Conduet Camp
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter will conduct a winter day
camp for elementary school-age
children for a six-day period be-
ginning December 21 and con-
tinuing through December 31,
excluding Saturday, Sunday and
Monday, December 23, 24 and 25.
Registration may now be made
at the center.
Children will be divided into
1 groups of the same age level, and
, the program will include music,
dramatics, sports, films, carnivals,
trips and arts and crafts. Hours
will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
children will bring their lunch.
Milk will be provided by the
center.
Parents interested in enrolling
their children are requested to
contact Bernard Segal or Mrs.
M. J. Kopelowitz at the center.
Hadassah Group T0
Hear Mrs. Meyers
Mrs. Edward Lear Wiii
home at 1010 **!
cultural evenin of the wLor *
Szold Group f H,L nLr,Mt
Wednesday, Vim"??'*
p.m. I
Mrs. Anna Brennpr u
Florida delegate to the N H
Association of Women EH
. and first president f the rH
ce of Jewish Warned S*
izations of Dade Cuntv vvirft '
cuss the contribution Vj>j
women to progress throughout!
This will be the second in,j
series of discussions instituted br
Mrs. Lear, as chairman of I
Hadassah Medical Organiza>
The first, on November 29 1
a presentation by Dr. Ed'warfl
Lear on the contribution of j2l
ish personalities in the field ill
medicine. The last Wednesday
evening of each month has hen
designated as the date for the I
cultural meetings.
Tagliavini To Sing
Here January 13,15
World-renowned Metropolitan
tenor, Ferruccio Tagliavini, will
sing the leading role in the comic
opera "The Elixir of Love," onI
January 13 and 15. But only a few
food seats are left, according to
Dr. Arturo DiFilippi. director of
Miami Opera Guild. Both per-
formances are in the limited:
auditorium of Miami Senior High
School.
However, the second presenta-
tion of the guild, "Carmen," also
with Metropolitan stars, will be
heard by larger audiences. The
February 24 performance will be
heard at the new Dade County
auditorium, at Flagler and 29th
Ave., and on February 26 musk
history will be made in Miami
Beach as the oceanside munici-
pality hears its very first profes-
sional opera when "Carmen" wul
be performed in the new Beach
auditorium.
Tickets for all performances an I
on sale in Miami at Burdine's,1
and in Miami Beach at the audi-
torium box office.
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The Bar Mitzvah of Bobby
Weltman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Weltman, 264 N. W. 91st
Street, will take place Saturday,
December 23, at the North Shore
Jewish Center, which is now con-
ducting services in the main audi-
torium of Biscayne Elementary
School, 77th Street and Dickens
Avenue, Miami Beach.
The young man is a student of
Horace Mann Junior High School.
An evening reception will be
held at the Cadillac Hotel, Miami
Beach.
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DAYi DECEMBER 22, 1950
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Ardmore Studio
Sol H. Leslie, chairman of
Friday Reviw, a series of
. reviews being sponsored by
Miami Chapter of Hadassah.
iunces that the second lecture.
for December 22. has been
ned until December 29 at
p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
time Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
discuss Maurice Samuels'
ly controversial "The Genlle-
and the Jew."
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Mrs. M. Katz
Sharfman Studio
fcth Tfilah Women
led Mrs. Katz
(Irs. M Katz was recently re-
nted president of the Beth
Ian S:s' ':,.>od. Mrs. Katz was
ij'ein religious circles in Mon-
Jto. N. Y prior to her arrival
|Miami Beach,
to elected to office were Mrs.
* Rosi Mrs. Rose Schnei-
's Lena Kramer, Mrs. Es-
" Altc: ,,;i Mrs. Dora Cohen,
ts; Mrs. Bessie Ja-
on, treasurer; Mrs. Rose Ja-
Wj. financial secretary; Mrs.
Rackovsky, recording sec-
' Mrs, Rose Lustig, social
P'ary: Mrs. Gussie Zaidman,
F-Betty ^kula and Mrs. Frie-
l^aplan trustees.
en Agers To Dance
| mp of Beth David
r's (t'U socond dance, a New
s affair, on Wednesday, De-
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Personally Speaking
new Cole Porter musical, "Oul ol This Wu i j^
on Broadway in Ih, neoi fuluTe h W'ld- sl,ed P-
cited by the National Conference ol Christians and Jews or
conducting "the best and most successful city-wide Brc helhood
Week celebration in the county." A graduate of Yeshiva Unt
tisttj^jsas?and guidance at ,he
* *
Mr. and Mrs. William Sperling, 3547 S. W. 3rd Avenue
announce that their son-in-law, Sgt. Julius Baida, of the U S
Marines, is visiting his wife. Charlotte, and son, David. Sat'
' u wbwas a member of the organized reserve, was re-
jcently called to active service. A veteran of six years of serv-
ice, he participated in combat in the South Pacific. He is now
stationed at Cherry Point, N. C.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gottlieb. 930 S. W. 5th Street an-
nounce the birth of a son, Jay Mark, on December 11 'The
t mother is the former Bernice Braveman of Wilkes-Barre Pa
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Gottlieb of
I this city.
* -* *
The bris of Lawrence Milton Kramer, son of Mr and Mrs
Saniord Kramer, 1540 S. W. 6th Street, was held Sunday at the
home of his parents. Sam Kramer served as Sandek and Rabbi
Lazarus Lehrer officiated.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Josephson of New York are spending
the winter season at the Lakeside Apartments, 2609 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach. Their daughter, Lenore, is a student at
the University of Miami. Mr. Josephson is the head of Breakstone
Bros., producers of nationally known dairy products.
* *
Hilary Levin, sophomore at Cornell University, returned
this week to spend the holidays with her mother, Helen Alpert,
and small sister, Brett, at their home on Jefferson Avenue,
Miami Beach. A popular graduate of Miami Beach High School,
where she was active in dramatics and journalism, Hilary
recently had a poem and short story published in the Cornell
Review.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Liss, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer,
and Dr. Robert Kaplan are leaving by Pan American Friday
morning for Cuba. Their first stop will be in Havana where
they will be entertained by officials of the Cuban airlines. From
there the party will visit Santiago de los Banos as guests of the
former treasurer of Cuba, Dr. Walter del Rio. While in that city
the Miamians intend to do some duck hunting and fishing. The
next stop will be made in Cen Fugas where they will again hunt
and fish. The final city on the itinerary will be Camaguay where
they will remain for the New Year holiday, returning to Miami
around January 5.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Clement C. Hammond, 1560 Jefferson Avenue,
Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Howard Bruce, at
{Mount Sinai Hospital on November 28. Maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. L. Rubin, Uniontown, Pa., and paternal grand-
mother, Mrs. Minnie E. Freeman, is a pioneer resident of Miami.
The bris was performed on December 5 by Rabbi S. M. Machtei.
Godparents were Dr. and Mrs. Charles I. Beckwitt and sandek
was Jack J. Barco.
k *
Mrs. Sid Lewis and Mrs. Edward A. Stern returned to Miami
Beach this week after a twc-week sojourn with their mother,
Mrs. Alexander Toffler of Leavenworth, Kansas.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yaffe of Miami recently returned frcm
Boston, where they "attended the wedding of their nephew, Cy
faffe. The newlyweds are honeymonning at the Sherry-Frontenac
Hotel, Miami Beach. Also vacationing here from the Boston area
are Mr. Yaffe's brother, Max, his sister, Mrs. Jacob Schubert,
and her husband, and his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Wasserman, and their son, Scott. The Yaffes were hosts
to the visitors at a family dinner on Wednesday night.
* *
Kenny Myers, freshman at the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, is spending the holidays with hfs parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Kenny, who is a Tau Epsilon Phi
pledge, was recently elected to a student government post.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Katz of Miami Beach celebrated the
bris milah of their son, Jeffrey Alan, on Tuesday. December 12.
The baby's father served as Sandek and the grandparents,,
Mr. and Mrs. David Katz, were godparents. The Rev. Philip
Fried served as Mohel.
* *
The bris of Nathan Rosenkranz. son of Mr. arid Mrs. Gregory
Rosenkranz. was held Sunday at the home of his parents, 620
S.W. 16th Ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro served as Sandek. Bernara
Sterling as godfather and Mrs. George Goldberg as godmother.
The Rev. Philip Fried officiated
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are Mrs. Herbert Gutman. vice president; Mrs. Bernard Fuller,
president; Mrs. Sanford Kramer, chairman, and Mrs. Sam Coolilc,
co-chairman.
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W1_DECENffiER
Oneg Shabbat To
Honor JNF Leader
Mrs. Leon Ell, Mrs. Ralph
Spero and Mrs. Alexander Kogan
will serve as hostesses at an Ones
Shabbat in honor of Mendel N.!
Fisher, executive director of the
Jewish National Fund of America,
at Tempo Beth Sholom on on
. December 22. following
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Mrs. Ell is JNF tree chairman
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadhfisah; Mrs. Spero. tree chair- \
man lor the Hanna Senesch Group '
of Hadassah; and Mrs. Kogan
public relations chairman of the
JNF Council of Greater Miami.
Pioneer Women Will
Hear Book Review
Louis Schwartzman, director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
will present a book review at the
meeting of the Golda Meyerson
Club of Pioneer Women on Tues-
day. December 26. at 8:15 p.m. at
Beth El. Mrs. Ruth Uliss, cultural
chairman, is in charge of the
program.
Kiddie Entertainment
Kiddie entertainment will be
provided by Kadimah Chapter of
Pioneer Women on Sunday. De-
cember 24. from 2 to 4 p.m. at
1758 S.W. 23rd St.
According to Mrs. Fred Sand-
ier, chairman of the event, there
will he refreshments and live en-
tertainment, and proceeds will go
tc Israel.
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IV.uli Y lloaux Art (osi.......
I< Pfestu-e Pan American MwS
Pan Americanism will be the
I motif of the annual Beaux Art
Costume Ball to be sponsored by
the Miami Beach YM & WHA
Saturday, January 20, at 8:30
i. according to Jack Lamport,
V T'f fk' '.tained
chairman of the social committee, j ,,..;' -ami
which various don-,..,*,
willdispl "JJjWj
dances. uln Amerj
Munii |
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Working on plan* for the third annual dinner of the Hebrew
Academy to be held at the Grossinger-PancoBSt Hotel on January
14 are (sitting, 1. to r.) Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal and
director of the academy; Dr. David S. Andron, academy president;
Isidore Goldberg, vice president; (standing, same order) Miami
Beach Councilman Burnett Roth, co-chairman of the affair; Lewis
Escott; and Jack Satin, vice president Aaron Courshon, co-chair-
man of the event, was not present when the photograph was taken.
Brotherhood Ploni]
i, Th? I; od of
the Miami Israel Cor A,:
accommo-! first annu ,. Z?'1
of the synagogue
A program f music, ganj
freshments and profcOJ
tertainment has been arra
"Because of the tremendous re-
sponse to the affair at the Roney
Plaza last year," Lamport said,
"it has boon divided to hold this
year"s festivities at
Beach Auditorium to ..
date the many hundreds who cember 24 m :: m ?*!
could not get into the Roney last "f
year.
Serving on the committees,
which will help execute this
year's gala event are such art
notables as Reyna Youngerman,
William Oberman, Zena Posever,
and Jack Tanenbaum.
Using the slogan. "South Amer-
| ica, Take It Away," this year's
fiesta will include art exhibits
Woghin Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Gary
Woghin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wogin, will take place on
Saturday, December 23, at 9 a.m.
Maccabiah Postponed
The Maccabiah for Jewish
Ms in the community.
scheduled for December 24 and
31, has been postponed, accord-
ing to Louis Sen n, cii-
recl ir of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
FOR RENT
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for the season. Kitchen privileges
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optional. Private, restful patio.
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Rabbi Kronish
Receives Letter
From Mrs. FUR
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom has received a letter
from Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
in which she comments upon his
series of film-forum-lectures on
The BibleSource Book of
Human Relations and Human
Rights."
The lectures are being given by
the rabbi on Wednesday evenings
at 9 o'clock and are open to the
general public.
"The study of human rights and
freedoms is one of the essential
is that must be undertaken
in the situation in which the
world finds itself today." Mrs.
Roosevelt wrote.
"Basic to the development of
an atmosphere in the world in
which peace can grow," she con-
tinued, "is a knowledge through-
out the world of individual human
rights and freedoms. For that
reason the writing of the Charter
of Human Rights has been con-
sidered one of the best corner
stones on which peace can be
| built in the future."
To Mark Judaea Month
I In commemoration of Young
! Judaea Month. Mrs. H. Moser,
chairman of Young Judaea sec-
tion of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, will present a
program at the next meeting of
the Coral Gables Zionist District
Ion Thursday. December 28. at
j 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jcw-
I ish Center. Norman R. Lyons will
j preside at the meeting.
First Anniversary
The first anniversary of "Build-
ers of Israel," a 15-minute feature
narrated by Harold Shapiro on
Morris Nasatir's Jewish Classical
Hour over WINZ. will be observed
on Sunday. January 7, with a
special 30-minute program.
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.y DECEMBER 22, 1950
B'nai ITrith Mombors Bring
illrA-d In Civil lieftease Program
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Ely-five hundred B'nai
f -,, ;,nd women in South
arc being mobilized in
ent Civil Defense Pro-
it has been announced by
trrent
tachi Leader
launch Forums
{neseth Israel
kamuel S. Lefkowitz, presi-
Cf the Mizrachi Organiza-
IPaterson, N. J., will launch
Leg Shabbat forums, to be
m
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever
ich week at Kneseth Israel
pgation. on Friday, Decem-
. at 8:30 p.m., according to
| Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
|of the synagogue.
_iefkowitz, member of the
Hapoel of the Mizrachi Or-
lion of America and a
to the world Mizrachi
ace in Jerusalem in 1945,
returned from an ex-
tour of Europe and Israel
1 discuss the life and en-
in the young Jewish
nr Abraham Seif will lead
Bgregatmn in communal
land refreshments will be
[in the social hall follow-
) forum.
George J. Bcrtman, president of
the South Florida B'nai B'rith
Council.
Appointed to head the gian en-
rollment program is Michael M
Isenberg, Miami attorney who
served as a lieutenant colonel in
the European Theatre.
Ten men's lodges and eight
women's chapters have appointed
civil defense chairmen who will
be directly responsible to General
Chairman Isenberg for the co-
ordination of educational material
in the South Florida area. Ap-
plications for volunteer services
are being distributed to all mem-
bers of B'nai B'rith in this area
in accordance with the general
organization plan set forth by the
Dade County Civil Defense Coun-
cil.
"B'nai B'rith stands ready, as
it .has in all periods of world
crises, to cooperate fully in the
defense of our country," stated
Isenberg. "In this, critical time it
is imperative that ail citizens pre-
pare themselves at once to serve
in some civilian capacity. Men
and women will hold positions of
equal responsibility in this Civil
Defense program," Isenberg con-
tinued, "and we are therefore in-
viting the women's chapters of
B'nai B'rith to join with the men
in coordinating defense activities."
He pointed out a specific need
for women in the fields of com-
munication, nursing, transporta-
tion, evacuation and Red Cross
work.
Appointed to serve as civil de-
fense chairmen of their respective
units are Edward Roth, Sholem;
Herbert Markow, Miami Beach;
Lester Lasky, North Shore; Til-
den Corenblum. Coral Gables;
Irwin Berman, Tropical; Emanuel
Levinson, Isaac Levin; Ben
Bloom, Flamingo; Daniel Danart,
Ft. Lauderdale; Louis Charnow,
Hollywood; Mrs. Lenore Curtice,
Sholem Women; Mrs. Theodore
Arvan, Miami Beach Women;
Mrs. Louis Wilson. Tropical
Women; Mrs. Jack Dickson, North
Shore Women; Mrs. Sidney
Boeninger, Coral Gables Women;
and Elaine Saunders, Emma
Lazarus Business and Professional
Women.
The charter of the Greater Miami Hh,._ t___i. .. Associated Photo
Judge George Holt on *! iZ22TE22&Z? ti9ned fa th offic* C*eui,
Hurwiix Mr.. Jo.hu. SSSSSSSS^M^. R.c^ ?2 c*'-monr to r.) Joseph
David Friedman, LouU Gadon and Attorney S.m.-tpf Ros\-Jhu St.dlan. Maurice Mamches,
nuttee not in the photograph gjwgjgg;jggj"""" A" member of the ch* com-
Berman Elected To
Odd Fellows Post
Joseph A. Berman was elected
noble grand of Miami Beach
Lodge 79 of the Odd Fellows at a
meeting this week.
Other officers are Eugene J.
Weiss, vice grand; Paul Warren,
financial secretary; Irving M.
i Cooperman recording secretary;
1 Harry A. Sonz, treasurer.
A resolution adopted at the
meeting calls for the group's full-
est cooperation with national and
local defense agencies during the
current emergency.
For superlative cuisine
in an atmosphere of quiet elegance
DAVID ROSNER
Invites you to dine once again at his luxurious
HOTEL GOOD
On the Ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach
Of Course Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
Inner 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. For reservations Phone 58-1451
Rath Clein Wins
^p4Mh Contest
Ruth Clein was chosen winner
of the third annual extempora-
neous speaking contest sponsored
by the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission, it was an-
nounced by Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer, chairman. She was awarded
a gold cup and a scholarship to
attend the winter Young Judaea
conclave.
Runners-up were Elizabeth
Simkowitz and Louise Morgen,
who received scholarships to the
winter meet. Bryan Harelick was
| awarded a gold cup for first place
I in the junior division.
Members of Beersheba, Beth
El, Petah Tikvah, Chaim Weiz-
mann, Hatikvah and Kadimah
i groups of Young Judaea.
Young Adult Unit Formed
A Young Adult group has been
j formed by the North Beach Area
j of the Jewish Centers Associa-
tion. The group plans weekly
meetings, with a diversified pro-
gram of music, dramatics, crafts,
! dancing and discussions, at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, under the guid-
1 ance of Randy Polansky, area
director.
Dick Fink, local attorney, has
been selected by the group as
temporary chairman. Yvette
Rosalsky has been named secre-
tary.
Other members of the group
are Joyce Furman. Phyllis Wil-
pon, Bea Disman, Jerry Miller,
Gloria Golin, Edythe Golin. Har-
riette Levine, Steve Splar, Jess
Rabinowitz, Jack Ell. Francine
Levy, A. Budd Cutler. Fred
Sewall, Sylvia Selevan, Vic
Reiner, Gloria Lichtenstein and
Evelyn Kassman.
Pardo, Sonz Named
[To Zionist Posts
Named to fill the vacancies of
financial secretary and treasurer
I of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict were Joseph Pardo and
Harry J. Sonz, respectively, ac-
cording to Alex Van Straaten,
president.
Pardo, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami Business Ad-
ministration and Law Schools, has
served as president of Miami and
Miami Beach Masada. A graduate
of Brandeis Camp Institute, he
j formerly served as chairman of
the Young Judaea Leaders' Coun-
cil and is currently a member of
the faculty of Temple Beth
Sholom Religious School.
j Sonz, formerly of St. Louis, Mo.,
, has resided here since his army
discharge from World War II in
11946 and is in the real estate and
merchandising field. He is a mem-
. ber of the Neighborhood Com-
mission for Iriquois Nation, Ad-
vancement Commission for the
| Boy Scouts of the Iriquois Nation;
treasurer of the Odd Fellows and
a member of the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth Commission.
"On the Trail"
ADLER'S KOSHER
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LOCAL RAISED
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YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD
AND CLOTHING-DON T LET THEM DOWN!
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fJmlsti tier Mian
i^IiKEMBER,
Blank Marks 25th Anniversary
r,i i 4 ,njin T>wi*h distributor for merchandise that i give the organization 200,000
Sam Blaf' .u^hd'"^ off the water-soaked square feet of working area. The
leader andI P^^f shrives? It was as much of a I plant at Northwest Seventh Ave-
** "..^.T 25?h chaKge to Blank as his cus-| nue, and 13th Street is one of the
r>... u.___ .,,,.., 1 in lhso r-itv'e most mnriprn and is ncwir
is marking the 25th
concern, is maming VnL o/^'!tmne.s But he recognized in those city's most modern, and is now
anniversary of ^business he to m -Bu ^ ec g ^ ^ of lcmcntcd b warehouses at
founded during.the boom cii^msta opp0rtunity to Miami International Airport.
The anniversary celeb at on ^v^^ frnds f0r the From its doors and platforms flow
a party at which maiw me io b products tQ B]ank.s Florida.wide
New credits were granted. Blank distribution systemfrom Pensa-

Hyman Zaidman
lib Tfilah
I-lorls Zaidman
Hyman Zaidman has been elect-
ed president of Congregation
Beth Tfilah. Born in Europe and
I opened with
I Blank played host to over 300
! employees, their wives and hus-
' bands. The staff took time out
from the festivities to pay tribute
to the man who 25 years ago
'started one of Florida's most un-
; usual success stories.
Typical of the local business
pioneers who were to weather
out the boom and the "bust" of
the mid-20's. Blank built his con-
cern around a small beginning.
Behind him. when he left New
1 York in 1925. was a baking con-
cernsuccessful enough. but
nothing to compare with the ex-
[ tensive enterprise which he was
to develop in Florida.
True, the new business was on
a modest scale. Sugar, then, was
an item in heavy demand. But a
one-track railroad and slow ship
schedules could not bring mer-
chants enough of it. Supply was
down to a trickle. Then it was
that Blank, exercising some of his
keen business judgment which
was to build his organization.
raised in Israel, Zaidman has j figured a way to give customers
been a resident of this area for all the sugar they needed, when
the past seven years and has been
an ardent worker at Beth Tfilah
since the congregation was
founded. Before his arrival here.
he served as president of the
Edgemere Shaaray Zedeck in
Edgemere, N. Y.
Serving with Zaidman will be
Norman Kaplan, first vice presi-
dent: Isidore Kramer, second vice
president: Solomon Alter, treas-
urer: Simon Hill, assistant treas-
urer: William Rothman. financial
secretary: and Rabbi M. Katz.
corresponding secretary.
Music Group Forming
A Miami Beach Music Club to
be composed of performing musi-
cians is now being organized, ac- prcdicted. the bubble burst. Spec-
cording to an announcement by uiation. over-development took
they needed it.
By a speeded-up ship delivery
sytem. Blank made his deliveries
as promised. The set-up clicked,
and pleased customers flocked to
the new sugar distributor.
To the enterprising young new-
comer, the execution of his
promise, and the acceptance of his
services by the thriving Florida
metropolis spelled only one thing
opportunity, as much oppor-
tunity as a man could handle.
Blank was soon joined by Jack
Miller, now first vice president of
the firms which make their head-
quarters here. The two have been
close associates ever since.
The building-up process wasn't
all rosy. As the wiseacres had
Ruth Brotman. soprano and music
correspondent.
Purpose of the group, accord-
ing to Miss Brotman. is to further
their toll, and the "bust" was on.
tightened his belt and began, for cola and Jacksonville in the north,
the second time, to rebuild the to Key West in the south,
business. A rigid rule went into Where once he had served his
effect: profits, however small, customers in a single truck. Blank
were to be plowed back into the now dispatched whole fleets of
business. The idea worked- Cus- trucks, which are regarded as
tomers took the cue from the far- ] the south's largest, loajded with
sighted young distributor and Ballantine ale and beer, Bud-
built back with him. ] weiser and Michelob beers. Other
For seven years, Blank and his products were now in the Blank
growing staff toiled. Relentlessly line-up: Libby s and other nation-
hewing to the line of fair practice ally known food brands, soft
and honest value, the firm soon .drinks like Hire s Root Beer. Clic-
began to prosper. Faster than j quot Club beverages and Mil Kay
Blank or his helpers had guessed, Orange. His trucks wheeled away
it expanded, drew new friends,
and began serving a widening
market.
South Florida's magic began
more than ever to spark Blank's
efforts. Pleased by the sight of
people and business which could
ride out the worst nature or eco-
nomics conjured up, Blank sig-
nalled the go-ahead for bigger
things, more products, better
service over a larger area.
The decision was fortunate for
in 193Swhen prohibition ended
and beer came backBlank was
wines under the labels of Italian
SPA
Sam Blank
in American education,
president and a trustee of]
Swiss Colony, Garrett's, Virginia Beach's Mount Sinai H
has been one of that instj
leading supporters, in
Dare, Manischewitz, Madaria and
K-A.
Out of this mammoth operation, | word_ He is also s
five corporations have emerged, Dade Countv Research t,
each steeped in Blank's traditions
of unstinting service to the cus-
tomer. The organizations include
National Brands, Inc., State
Beverages, Inc., Southern Bever-
ages, Inc., Polar Beverages, Inc.,
and National Beverages, Inc.
Today's enterprises, overseen
as closely as ever by Blank him-
ready with a smoothly-working' self, have given Floridians a
distribution system to meet the I whole new concept of what a
sudden demand.
His old experiences in giving
customers sugar when other sup-
pliers failed came in handy. Too,
he was quick to note the trend
of America's beer drinkersal-
most an extinct following during
the drought of the 20's. Americans
were slaking their thirst on any
brand of beer they could find;
sometimes, the taste wasn't worth
the effort.
Blank figured, and again right-
ly, that when the novelty would
wear off, customers would want
to stock quality beers. America
was through with speakeasy days.
Beer drinkers deserved a product
But Blank had confidence in the ,' they could serve in their homes
distributor's responsibilities are
to his customers.
Where tofrom here? It's a
question Blank has ever had the
answer for thanks to his
faith in the state he adopted. He
tells friends the surface has been'
only scratched here, that Florida,
and South Florida, in particular,
still have the opportunity and
future he thrilled to on a day in
1925.
To Blank's many friends and
acquaintances in business, he is
a dynamo of energy. They see the
now veteran distributior as some- I ti0n~for a man'of "Blank's
thing of a symbol of the modern | but notninK in the las, .
day pioneer life an exhibit A of; kept him from a World
what hard work, daith in the'
tion. the National Chi
Cardiac Home, the Mia_
Table of the National Cool
of Christians and Jews. l.
is a trustee of the Greater!
Jewish Federation, as .
holding office in numerous!
lar organizations.
With all these myriad intj
he manages to find time t.
a directorship of the Men
National Banka far
the extra responsibilities i
when he arrived from Nei
in the 20's, determined to 1
living in the land of
He has served also
capacities as director of I
Cross, chairman of the"
Miami Army-Navy Co
the USO during the war I
vice president and director j
Miami Chamber of Comma
director and treasurer of I
ami Community Chest.
There's little time for
. and he is convinced no le
American way and faithful serv- j oarth m-itches the Miami
city he had learned to love; its with pride. Blank's prediction ice to the hc can accompiish. *"?
futuresomething told himwas j worked out. The public taste did Thpv nnint mit it.q a stnrv of (can.'
music in the area, to promote | still there for the imaginative, I switch. When it did, Blank al-
new music and young artists and honest tradesman. | ready had contracted for the top-
to agree on uniform fees for per-
formers.
Miss Brotman has been a resi-
dent of this area for the past ten
years and has performed here on
numerous occasions. In addition,
she has brought many world re-
nowned artists.
Brushing aside the bad turn I grade brands that were to be na-
of events as a trick of fatea | tional leaders. He had the trucks,
trick that cost Blank virtually i he had the personnel. It was the
every cent he had in the world same story as in sugar. Blank's
the young businessman started perseverance won out again.
building back. By mid-1926, he
was on his feet again.
But tough luck struck still an-
other mighty blow when a mons-
trous hurricane howled out of the
sea. The tragedy was nearly fatal
The 30's enabled the firm to
grow still more. Gone were the
fledgling days of "getting start-
ed." The problem now was to
provide, along the ever-lengthen-
ing routes Blank's trucks were
to the communityand to Blank's | traveling.
In 1940, 15 years old and still
Blank lives with his wifl
son, Jerry His Daughter]
marriedMarion to Dr.
Frehling; Rose, to San
Kramer, who is an associl
They point out it's a story of |
hard-earned success that could
not be equalled in any other na-
tion of the world today.
There's another side to Sam
Blank that few people know about g ft
-the efforts he directs for chant- j h ,d d del1
able organizations the hours he h grandathert tales I
devotes to civic affairs. Always! M
with good humor, with none of old.,, iami,, ,
the aloofness for the average man All in all. the Blank,
that might be expected from a! one ofl ''^das^arestj
highly successful business man,
he helps pilot the affairs of nu-
merous local agencies and insti-
tutions.
Holiday Dance Slated
Temple Isaiah Young Peoples
League will hold a holiday dance interests.
on Sunday, December 24, at 9| stores blown apart, their In-1 growing/Blank's operations" were I "~5a la a trustee of the University
p.m. in its new meeting hall at,ventones ruined, the town's mer- moved into a new headquarters of Miami, a keen observer of its
the town and Beach Club on chants sensed only despair in their I at Miami. Expansive office space,
1 plight. Many still owed the sugar storage platforms combined to
Lincoln Road.
of Miami, a keen observer of its
activities and services, a per-
ennial booster to its rising place
that proves to the new
today what S.iuth
store for the man of vis
tegrity and a devotion
fellow citizens,
It proves the notion of J
prise isn't dead, nor. :nw
the skids.
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The Miami Jewish Community Center Varsity Basketball team defeated the
Miami Beach Y hoopmen on Sunday night to the tune of 48 to 41 in a fast moving
see-saw game. Pictured here are Coach Abe Cutler. Miami Jewish Community
Center Physical Education Director Abe Rochstein. Dare Davis. Leo Mark. Ben
Grossberg. Bernard Wexler. Goody Sculky and Sy Bmm. In ill opening game of
the season the Miami Jewish Community Center Junior Varsity j> a.\
IS years) suffered a defeat at the bands of the Miami Beach II ^ E
was 31 to 24. Miami team members are Leon Mendel. Dave Morvi ^
Goldenberg. Ed Barusch. Larry Alboum. Earl Bragman. Len Kesi ^
Howard Solomon. Marvin Millstein. Bob Bergen and Coach uave


jaJIiian Urges
Later Support
[r Jewish State
Imorican Jewish efforts in be-
i f Israel seem insignificant
lrnmpaied with the stagger-
M&* being made by the
Liic themselves.
Ki 'he word of Jacob H.
Ekof the James Hotel, Miami
U who recently returned
. H. Morris
i his filth sojourn in the Jew-
Ircpubl: He remained there
|n mon'
irris made his first visit in
fwhenth Hebrew University
openi.i At that time he
led members of his family
Poland. He reports
Ithey : w thriving in the
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 buffet
will be served.
Reservations may be made by
r^m M rS MaX^ Ber^an at
i-5837, Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2-7135
48-8cS- l ROSen' 4"127 0r
^jwistirkricifari
West Flagler To
Open December 25
The West Flagler Kennel Club
will open ,ts 1950-51 greyhound
oei a, according to Jacob Sher
president of the South's top rank:
mg oval ,n attendance and mutuel
T,,metHrning 3S racing ^retary is
I861^ a nationally known
figure m the sport. During the
past summer, Benner was secre-
PAGE 11 A
Beach Center To
Open Adult Studies
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter will open its Adult Institute
for Jewish Studies on Wednes-
day, December 27, at 7:30 pm
under the direction of Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader of
the congregation, and registration
is now open at the center office
All classes will be conducted in
the Religious School Building.
The institute, affiliated with
the National Academy for Adult
Jewish Studies, under the auspices
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, the Rabbinical
Assembly and the United Syna-
gogue of America, last year re-
ceived an award from the na-
tional academy. In its annual re-
port, taking in the 117 affiliated
conservative synagogues, the cen-
ter courses were listed as "most
ideal and significant in present-
ing a well-rounded program for
American Jewish adul;
14T with TslCTadndn fi "** MaM
party.
The Adult Education Institute
is a project of the board of ed-
ucation including Harry Sirkin,
Jacob Sher
["he Miamian spent I president; Mrs. Pearl w.
I president of the sisterhood: Mrs
Theodore Hankoff, president of
the Parent Teacher A
and I. R. Goodman, chairman of
the school Mat y K
berg, chairman of the Sunday
School and Sol Golcli,
gonths there in 1937-38.
\ thai have taken
last in Israel
Morris stales.
I i believe
ents that
ve achieved in a
I-:. are amazing."
I en a Zionist for
I irs and has been
|e in I wark and Miami
r He is a member
the Miami Beach Jewish
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a
Peeree Slated
For laiiuary 21
Jan Peerce, who is celebrating
his tenth anniversary as leading
tenor of the Metropolitan Op< vu.
will appear here on Sunday night.
January 21 at the new Miami
Beach City Auditorium under the
auspices of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center.
The New York-born vocalist
1 made three debuts on three con-
! tinents this past summer. In July,
he bowed at the Teatro Colon in
, Bogota, where his concerts were
described as the most sensational
in 22 years. In August the tenor
made his initial appearance in
Israel and stayed for 14 concerts,
including performances as soloist
with the Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra. In September, a Euro-
pean audience heard the Ameri-
: can singer for the first time when
he performed in London.
In between, Peerce managed to
find time to go to Hollywood to
sing in a new film to be released
by Twentieth Century Fox.
The range of Peerce's activities
is matched by his versatility as
an artist which he attributes to
his exclusive American training.
He has been acclaimed not only
for his Italian bel canto style but
for his interpretations of Schubert
lieder as well as popular ballads.
track.
H. M. Barton, who has been
the West Flagler oval in an
nearly a
le and a half, again will
ling judge and ;
of the racing I n1 Bart in
: ivith the sport

ir of mutuels
Otl A V
Ellis, padd k judge; R. R. Han-is.
Louis Schnibbe, startei;
W. L. Harris, cli rk of scales and
ward; Guy Gailey, lure
Bill Allen, patrol judge;
Dr. J. 11. Yarborough, veterinar-
ian: Merrill Watts, program and
form chart; George Gallet, di-
rector of publicity: Bert Acker,
public relations and Jack Stevens,
announcer.
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MICHEL ROSENBERG
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TIIK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. i'll!iM"IT
i>F FLORIDA, IN AND P >R DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
187409
HARRY FRIESLEBEN, Plaintiff, vs.
OLADYS FRIESLEBEN. Defendant.
TO: GLADYS FRIESLEBEN,
El i I.. Ui Post,
Weal 812 Strei t
\. w York 84, New York
You arc raquli ed "i'V f
your answer t<> the BUI of Complaint
fr>r Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
file the original answer In the
office ol Clerk "i the Circuit <'urt
on or before tii.....
\ 11 |9J othei Ise, the BUI of torn-
plalnl for Divorce, heretofore filed
will I"- taken as co
vou.
Dated at Miami, Forlda, this the
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of t he <
Dad Florida.
Circuit C .... .
Bj WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN,

Pla.
:. -- 29 I 5-12___________,__________
NOTICE UNDER TICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to image in
business under the fictitious name of
Adelaide Courl Apartments at 245-51
S W im!i Court, Miami, Florida,
intends to register -.nil r.ame With
the Clerk of the Circuit Court -if Dade
County, Florida.
N. .1 BERMAN,
iwner
AMI IS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
12 22-29 1 5-12
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIROUIT COURT OF TIIK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 137438,
AUNES CECILIA MARSHALL, Plain-
tiff, vi EVERETT MARSHALL,
Defendant,
TO: EVERETT MARSHALL
Rockvllle, Rhode Island
You ai e hereby i otlfled that a Bill
of Complaint f"i Divorce has been
filed agalnsl you and you are hereby
red to sei 11 py of J our
to the Bill of Complaint on
I fi the o
Answer n th< office >< the Clerk of
i n or before the
. of Janu
the alii Bill of Coi
taken
h day of
E B LEATHERMAN,

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lOF K
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.NO. 22SS9.
RE ESTATE I >F
LENA MARCUS,
I deceased
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
I filed my final report and petition f"i-
I Final Discharge as Administrator of
.tie .f Lena Marcus, deceased;
and thai on the 27th day of January,
1951, will apply t" the Honorable W F
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of
i.. i Marcus, deceased.
This 15th dav of December, 1950.
MEYER M VRCUS,
Administrator
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
12/22-29 1 5-12______________________
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1374IL*.
HELEN JANOWSKI, Plaintiff, va
JOHN JANOWSKI. Defendant.
I'i I .li >HN JAN' IWSKI,
::i <; tie,
l trookls n, New I
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ihJIiewiislh-IEIliOiriidliiQun
MmI o in Women to, "That Greek Dog" Will Be
Sponsor Dance
MIAMI.
FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1950
SEC. B
IStrassburg To Speak
At Zionist Luncheon
Rnhert Strassburg, director of
I u Sc program for the Jewish
Ks Association, will be
CrinriDal speaker at the meeting
rPeMiami Beach Zionist
imcheon Club on Wednesday
n7 ,? 12:15 p.m. at
from
and
was
Harold Shapiro, chairman and
'TtrlsSurg graduated from New
England Conservatory of Music
fnd received his master's degree
in music from Harvard Universi-
ty He held a fellowship
Harvard in composition
musicology and in 1946
panted the McDowell FeUow-
fhiD by the National Institute of
Arts and Letters. He also received
a scholarship in composition from
,he Boston Symphony. Strassburg
has written the musical back-
ground for more than a score of
documentary films, many cham-
ber music pieces and the music
for the Torah Services of the
White Plains, New York Jewish
Center. Besides these accomplish-
ments, he has conducted the
Period Choral Society in New
York and has been music director
for 1ZFA and Brandeis Camp
Institute.
Israeli news report will be pre-
sent' I by Charles H. Lee.
Assisting Shapiro with arrange-
ments are: Daniel M. Broad. Paul
Eisman, Jacob C. Fishman. Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, Sam Proster*-
man and Irving Schatzman.
Chicago Club
Seals Leaders
Hylan Kout was installed as
president of the Chicago Club of
Greater Miami at a dinner at the
Clover Club Sunday evening.
Also recognized at the rites
were Janette Schwartz, Meyer
Friedman and Dr. M. I. Edelman,
vice presidents; Max Schwartz,
treasurer; Faye Tupler. Shirley
Alperstein and Ann Ball, secre-
taries.
Edna Rosen is chairman of the
board. Other board members in-
clude Charlotte Aherns, Mrs. Wil-
liam Bain, Maury M. Ball, Isidore
Becker. Dr. J. Breakstone, Harry
Boyell. Maurice Conn, Mrs. M.
Corn, Alex Goldblatt, Marion M.
Goldfarb, S. Greenfield, Mrs. I.
Goldman, Mrs. J. Handelsman,
Clara Levy, Samuel Pearlman,
Harry Rand, David Schwartz,
Irving Shatzman, Mrs. Herman
Steinman and Mrs. Milton Shen-
berg.
Editor, Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir:
I wish to express my protest
for giving space to Alfred Segal's
so called "article""Santa Claus
and the Maccabbee" (Jewish
Floridian, December 10).
Although the "article" has an
editor's note, where he disagrees
with the views expressed by the
author, there is no justification
for printing such Christian-senti-
mental nonsense during the
Chanuka week.
And if that is not enough we
find, on another page, a story
about a certain benefactor, Max
Rabinoff, where he's compared,
several times, with "Santa."
Doesn't the editor know that
among Jews, such a person is
usually identified with "Eliyahu
Hanovi"? Or does the "Floridian"
wish to follow the general trend
of pre-Xmas tumult and hubbub?
Sincerely* vours.
ELIEZER LASAVIN.
Principal of the W. C. Peretz
Schools.
Theatre Party Planned
Greater Miami Chapter of the
Jewish Consumptive Relief Socie-
ty will sponsor a performance of
the Studio M production of "The
Silver Cord" on Thursday. De-
cember 28. at 8:30 p.m. at the
Phyllis Kapp Studio, 247 Malaga
Ave., Coral Gables.
Proceeds will go for the care
of tubercular patients at Jackson
Memorial and Kendall Hospitals
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will hold its first annual
dinner dance on Wednesday, De-
cember 27, at Copa City at 7:30
p.m., according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Alexander Robbins,
president.
Mrs. Joseph Fenias is chair-
man of the affair, with Mrs. Alex
A. Straus and Mrs. Ben Lewis
as co-chairmen. Serving with
them are the Mesdames Frank
Becker, Charles Gertler, Sol
Goldstein, Ray Goodman, David
Levinson, Eli Meltzer and George
Weinger. Mrs. Norman Babel
is handling the tickets which may
be procured through her or
through the temple office.
Aired Sunday Afternoon
"That Greek Dog" starring Ev
erett Sloane, noted radio and
stage actor, will be heard Sun-
day, December 24, at 3:30 p. m.
over radio station WKAT.
"That Greek Dog," latest epi-
sode in the new radio series, sto-
ries to Remember, is the story of
a dog who has a keen nose for
human companionship and sharp
teeth for injustice and unfairness.
It was adapted for radio by the
Institute for Democratic Educa-
tion.
The program is presented in
Greater Miami through Tropical
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and the Flor-
ida Regional Office, Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith.

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fables Center To
lleeeive Scrolls
Unique religious ceremonies I
under a wedding canopy will
mark the presentation of two new
sacred Torah Scrolls by Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Weissel and sons and
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Etingoff and
sons, to the Coral Gables Jewish
Center on Sunday, December 24.
at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. spiritual
leader of* the center, will conduct
a special religious service, as-
sisted by Cantor Joseph W. Malek.
Stephen Kessler. organist, and
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein and center
choir.
Jack Silverman. chairman of
the Siyum Hataroh ceremonies
will present the Sopher Scribe
who will complete the Hebrew
inscriptions in the scrolls, and
Herbert Gelernter, president of
the congregation, will accept the
Torahs from the donors.
Representatives of the school
board, daily Hebrew and religious
schools and the confirmation class
of 1951 will also participate.
The service will be followed by
a social hour tendered by the
Weissels, Etingoffs and the center
sisterhood.
y&uA, UandwAUinq,
Personal Service through hand-
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 ex-
perienced handwriting psycho-
logist, give you a psychologi-
cal check-up. Send at least
12 lines written with pen and ink |
no ball pointin self-addressed
stamped envelope with 50 cents
no stampsto David Meyr, The
Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973,
Miami, Florida.
The following sample is from a
letter by a 22-year old college
graduate who wonders whether
she would be happier in a career
or marriage.
Center Men's Club
To Hear Griffith
Arthur Griffith, chief editorial
writer of the Miami Herald, will
lead a discussion on "Will There
Be Peace or World War III?" at
the next meeting of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Men's Club
on Tuesday, December 26, at 8:15
p.m. in the center social hall,
Julius J. Perlmutter, men's club
president, has announced.
Gilbert J. Balkin, men's club
secretary, is in charge of the
Program.
The men's group is sponsoring
a community-wide lecture forum
series which will feature Sumner
Welles. Wednesday, January 24;
Maurice Samuel, Sunday, Feb-
ruary 18; David E. Lilienthal,
Wednesday, March 14; and Wil-
liam L. Shirer, Sunday, April 11.
Workshop Will Present { Jj 0
Story of Woodrow Wilson ***-*--*
"The Story of Woodrow Wil-, Your handwriting, Miss B..
son" win be presented bv Radio !,hows that your nature requires
hop for Democracy on Sun-] both. You are too independent.
December 24, at 7:45 p. m. | Pnereetic and a personalit
L.W
P-
radio station WMIE.
peering in this week's pro-
re Bob Brenner. Vic Knob-
; Bill Rogers. Lowell Thing
and Irving Friedman.
Directing the program is Mrs.
Gertrude Marx, with Steve Kess-
musical director.
Adult Group To Dance
The newly formed Adult Social
Ur<>up of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
ance Saturday night, December
*d. at the center. All unmarried
faults over 28 years of age are
invited.
energetic and a personal^ ...
vour own right to merge com-
pletely with a mate. You would
be most efficient and happy as
secretary* in a financial firm
would fevel in handling stocks
and bonds, quotations and
centages. And it won t take your
employer long to realize that you
may be left to your own initially e
To handle his affairs with perfect
safety*. On the other hand, your
nature requires that you lean on
someone for support. That s where
a mate and family would fill out
your life. Bat avoid an emotional
demonstrative mate. You need a
conservative, quiet type.
J
Ip&mM/^'
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THE OPENING OF
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Miami Beach, Florida
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
22,1950
Mrs. Abba S. Eban (right), wife of Israel's ambassador to the
United States, accepts the first in a series of U.S. Savings Bonds
on behalf of the New York chapter of Hadassah from donor Mrs.
Bernard Manischewitz. wife of the president of the B. Manischewirs
Co. The bonds will be awarded to the women of Hadassah who
are most successful in attracting new members during the current
week which has been designated Hadassah Week by New York's
mayor Vincent Impellitteri.
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NEW YORK CITY. (AJP)
Emanuel Mittleman, 17, of Flush-
ing, L. I., was dead this week.
The fourteen-year-old brother he
had sought to rescue in a swirling
storm in the mountains was safe
and alive.
Emanuel. with his father, con-
cerned over the safety of young
Daniel Mittleman, one of a trio
of campers who were on a trip
near Bear Mountain, scoured a
forest area near Bear Mountain
in search of the youngster.
"You wait here," his son told
the elder Mittleman." "It's not 20
minutes walk from here, right
over that knoll." Emanuel waved
goodbye to his dad and headed
in the direction he believed his
brother and friends were camp-
ing.
It was already dark in the
woods. The storm increased in
intensity. Mr. Mittleman waited
for hours for his son to return.
Meanwhile, rescuers found the
missing Daniel comfortably seat-
ed around a campfire. A cheerful
fire burned. With fellow campers
Jerome Mendelbaum, 16, and
Samuel Kaplan, 15, Daniel had
set up an emergency shelter. Yes,
they had seen Emanuel. They had
spurned his suggestion that the
camping trip be called off; that
they return with him. The storm,
they had told their rescuer, was
fun. They were having a fine
time.
Emanuel, the campers informed
authorities, had made off to tell
his father the good news that
the boys were safe and sound.
They last saw him fighting his
way back to the main road where
Mr. Mittleman waited.
Searchers found Emanuel's body
the next day. He had been fatally
felled by the storm.
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by Sidney Aronovitz, president.
The bond purchasing program
is part of the national B'nai B'rith
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the committee will be Alexander
S. Douglas, a past president of
the Adolph Kraus Lodge of Chi-
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Mr* F'nk Speaks
t\i Hollywood
kabliath Rites
Prs Dorothy Krieger Fink,
Lmber of the Florida Region
|Laah Speaker's Bureau, was
1 gut=t speaker at a special
Inadassah Sabbath observance at
Lk Hollywood Jewish Commun-
K? Center recently. Mrs. Fink
Inve a biographical sketch of
IwVnrictta Szold, founder of Ha-
Idassah a"d an outline of the
organization's work.
Cantor Feinman led the con-
gregation in song and offered
Sveral solos. Rabbi Jacob J.
Hnnie devoted his services to a
Hadassah Sabbath observance.
Mrs J J- Briefer, chapter presi-
dent led the congregation in a
oortion of responsive readings.
Mrs Honig gave a rendition of a
poem on Jerusalem by Judah
Halevi in the English translation
and also in the original Hebrew.
Mrs. Fink has been actively
engaged in Zionist and Hadas-
sah activities for many years and
is recognized as one of this area's
most capable lecturers. Mrs.
George M. Cohen, Miami Beach,
is regional Speakers Bureau
chairman.
Mrs. Murry Grossman, regional
president, advises that this speak-
ers bureau service is available to
Hadassah Chapters and other
Zionist Organizations throughout
the state.
Beach Masada Plans
"Champagne Dance"
Masada Miami Beach Young
Zionist District will hold a
"Champagne Dance" on Sunday.
December 24. at 9 p. m. at the
Cadillac Hotel.
Music will be provided by Tony
Negret and his Rhumba Band and
one free cocktail of your choice
will be included in the price of
admission.
Working on the affair are Gil
Rappaport, fund-raising chair-
man; Sam Soldinger, chairman
of the affair; Pearl Protzel, mail-
ing; Sondra Palmer, publicity:
Esther and Rose Brower, door;
Hilda Lux, arrangements.
Obituaries
HARRY ROSENFELD
, *'" I this week In a
Hi wai i wlnti
irom I' ... _-., n-hi re ih- remains were
cent by Gordon Funeral Home for
service* an .,K arl.
5 8 irah threi Mm
Mlawsky, Miami: Mi
Goldblatl Mrs. Ida PI .
me and Me i
<"" l ASner and I
Chicago.
ALEX MARCUS
'*< 12 yea esldenl of Miami, who
here from Brooklyn, i----- i
awa>y thla week Mr M in ua resided
at IRO 8 W, Ith 81 Hi leavei hla
.wife. Beatrice: 'l.injrhter, Rita; his
mother, Ethel; two brothera and two
Services wen .mlm-ted at
na Funeral Home with Inter-
ment in Mi. Habo Cemeti
Rabbi Shapiro To Speak
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak
before members of the Miami
Chapter of the. American Jewish
Congress on Wednesday, Decem-
ber 27, at 1:30 p. m. at the Syrian-
Lebanon-American Club, 2626
S. W. 3rd Avenue, Mrs. Ben S.
Hertz, president, has announced.
Mrs. Skop Elected
Mrs. Morris A. Skop was re-
cently .ejected president of the
Sisterljooa Chesed Shel Emess.
Other officers include Mrs. Is-
rael Goldberg, vice president;
Mrs. Lena Snyder, financial sec-
! retary; Mrs. Sam Geltner, record-
ing and corresponding secretary;
' Mrs. Sarah Stone, treasurer.
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LOUIE SCHULTZ
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away last Friday following a heart
Coming fr..m Chester, Pa.,
rrn- years ago, Mr. Schulti is sur-
vived by his wife Leah, and two
daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Figman and
Mrs Zelda IV;.. .-.
: a Miami Beach Riverside with
interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
JOSEPH BODERMAN
72. of nso Pennsylvania Ave.. a
men's il.,thine merchant, died last
Friday following a heart attack. Hi-
resident for the past i" years
and is survived by three daughters,
Mrs Martha Bilverman, Mr- Esther
Bergman and Mrs Helen Smith: also
a slater. Mrs Sarah Goldberg, all of
Miami Beach Bervtcea were con-
ducted In the Miami Beach Riverside
Memorial rhapel. Additional services
followed by interment will take place
Sunday in Brooklyn.
KATIE ROSENSTOCK
79, of 108 N.E. 11th Terr., died last
Friday in a local hospital after hav-
ing been a resident here for 25 years,
coming from New York City Sur-
viving are h--r husband. Benjamin, a
s..n. Dan, ',f NVw York, a daughter.
Mrs Florence Bacher, of Miami: and
a brother. David Frel, New York.
Services will be held In New York
Where the remains were sent hv
Gordon Funeral Home, followed by
Interment.
HYMAN PUSHIN
7<. of MM N Shore Drive, passed
away this week. He was a retired
department -tore owner fr,.m Cincin-
nati, coming here 14 years ago. Sur-
viving are his wife, Carrie, and a son.
Benson, both of Miami Beach Services
were held at Miami Beach Riverside
Chapel, after which the body will be
sent to Cincinnati for interment.
MRS. STELLA LEIBOVIT
',0, a resilient for the past 24 years
passed away this wek in a local con-
nt home. She came here from
Key West ami resided at '.27 N.W.
5th Ave. She is survived by her
husband. Charles, and a sister and
brother. Bervlces were conducted at
Gordon Funeral Home, with inter-
ment in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
ALEXANDER FISCHMANN
S3, of MM s'.W. 2nd St. passed
away this week in a local hospital.
Line here from New York three
and i- survli ed by his wife,
Ethel; iuls, a daughter. Mrs.
.... Brody also two brothers.
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Pi*esent Show
Mfami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce will present its 'Cavalcade
of 1950" at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium on Satur-
day, December 30. Proceeds will
;:> towards the building of a
swimming pool for the benefit of
cerebral palsied and crippled
children.
The pool, a project of the Dade
County Society for Crippled
Children and the Cerebral Palsv
Association, will be used for the
therapy of all children regardless
of race, color or creed.
The show, which is being
handled by Bob Ellis, will feature
a cast of 200, including the Mi-
ami Beach High School Choir. All
dance productions will be staged
and created by Zina and Stella
Reyes. The show will mark the
Miami debut of Pianist Robert
Printz.
Tickets for the extravaganza
may be purchased at the Miami
Beach Municipal Auditorium.
52 Group Baseball Show
Scheduled For Feb. 8
The annual baseball show of the
52 Association of Greater Miami
will be held in Flamingo Park,
Sunday afternoon. February 18,
according to an announcement by
Carl Gardner, president.
This is the annual fund-raising
activity of the 52 Association. Ac-
tors and musicians playing in
this area furnish the two teams
that will participate.
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laus Card Party
North Shore Chapter of B'nai
B'rilh Women will sponsor a buf-
fet supper and card party on Sat-
urday. December 23. at 8 p. m.
at 7742 Byron Avenue. Miami
Beach. Apts. 4 and 5.
Hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. Sol Friedlander and Mrs.
Irving Zion.
Reservations mav be made by
calling 86-5547 or 86-8011.
Charming To Speak
Jules P. Channing. chairman of I
the Atomic Aspect Section of the '
Educational Division of the Dade !
County Civil Defense Council, i
Will address members of Miami1
Beach Lodge. B'nai BYith. at their
luncheon meeting Tuesday noon
p mber 26. at the Hearth Res- i
taurant, 1549 Washington Avenue. !
.i Beach.
: Channing's address
will be, "Are We Prepared For!
An Atomic Attack?"
Meyers Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
I to the memory of the late Mau-
j rice Meyers, formerly of 2100
| S. W. 15th Street, will take place
Sunday, December 24, at 1 p. m.,
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, with Rab-
bi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr.
Meyers was formerly a produce
merchant and is survived by his
wife, two sons, one daughter, six
brothers and four sisters. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
mer's Miami Monument Company.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
Star Chapter Will Hear
Dr. Seymour Blumenthal
Dr. Seymour Blumenthal. psy-
- will spi ak on the sub-
ject, "Love and Marriage." at the
next meeting of SI pter
Bnai B'nth Young Women, on
Wednesday evening. 8:00 p m
December 27, at the .ho,,,,. | mjss'
Dons Klein, 200 s. W. 19th Ave-
nue.
Miss Harriet Zarr, program
" man, will conduct a ques-
tion period following the talk
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Indgin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Indgin, formerly of 218 S. W.
15th Avenue, will take place Sun-
day. December 24. at 1 p. m., at
Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi
Murray Grauer and Cantor Jacob
Tambor officiating. Mr. Indgin
was a member of Congregation
Beth El and is survived by his
wife Gertrude, son Sidney, and
a daughter, Marilyn; also his
mother, four sisters and one
brother. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rel-
atives are asked to attend.
Zavon Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late David
Zavon, formerly of 200 Ocean
Drive, will take place on Sun-
day, December 24, at 1:30 p. m.
at Mount Sinai Cemetery with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offici-
ating. Mr. Zaon was a long-time
resident and hotel owner of Miami
Beach. He was a member of Beth
Jacob Congregation and is sur-
vived by three sons, Benedict,
Saul L. and Robert H.; two broth-
ers and five sisters. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Mi-
ami Monument Company. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to
attend. i
Paul H'> Manage
ll'"lwood Hold
Jack Paul, former associated
with the Commodore Hotel in
Mew York City, has been ap-
pointed general manager of the
rloetwood Hotel. Miami Beach.
A hotel executive for the past
25 years, he was operator of
Paul s Hotel in Swan Lake, N Y
until recently and was one of the
early hotel executives in Florida
during the boom days.
Paul will coordinate the hotel's
program of extensive redecora-
tion and re-landscaping as well
as a dramatic series contemplated
for the Hangar Room atop the
J20-room structure.
Other officers of the hotel in-
clude W. War:,;, McBride. resi-
dent manager, and Sam Kaplan
managing director.
Moriber Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Hen-
rietta Moriber, formerly of 2310
S.W. 6th Street, will take place
Sunday. December 24. at 12 noon
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Murray Grauer and Can-
tor Jacob Tambor officiating. Mrs.
Moriber was a member of Con-
gregation Beth El and is sur-
vived by her husband, Philip I.;
two sons, Joseph and Leonard;
four daughters, Beatrice Broch-
stein, Florence Ackerman, Lil-
lian Geschwind, Mae Stern; and
16 grandchildren. Arrangements
} are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Relatives
and friends are requested to be
present.
Jewish Teen-Ager Gels
Award From U.S. "Veep"
NEW YORK CITY, (AJP)
Sixteen-year-old Yetta Liebowitz,
wearing her prettiest dress and
a smile to match, met the Vice
President of the United States this
week and received a certificate
of merit from Alben W. Barkley
for displaying leadership and in-
terest in settlement house, school
and community activity.
Yetta was one of seven Brook-
lyn teen-age youths chosen for
the awards. The presentations
were made in Washington, D. C.
Yetta does work with the Wil-
hamsburg Settlement House.
Floral Demonstration
To Highlight Meeting
Pansy Flaum of Pansy's Flower
Shop will demonstrate floral
decorations for the home at the
next meeting of Tamara Chapter
of Mizrachi Women to be held on
Tuesday, December 26, at 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center School Auditorium ac-
cording to Mrs. A. Louis Mech-
lowitz, president.
The meeting will close with a
puppet skit, especially written for
the meeting by Eugene N. Yulish
actor and pupeteer.
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Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
self denounced as a "meddler." ly satisfied with Israel's views on
On the other hand, Israel loom- the world picture. That lime may
ed as the only democracy in the not be far off. It is also important
Near Eastthe only country the
U. S. could really trust.

WASHINGTONHigh govern-
ment officials are confident that,
if World War III breaks out, Is-
rael vtill become involved on the
side of the United States. This is
indicated by the most reliable
barometer of international rela-
tions in the world today, The ba-
rometer is the export licensing
ot munitions.
Israel is now permitted to choose
from a large selection of arms
in the American and British ar-
senals. The only catch is that
Israel lacks the money with which
to buy.
The Chinese Communist inter-
vention in,Korea widened the
gap between East and West. Is-
rael's policy of "non-identifica-
Sharett's government today has
WSBPfe
much in common with the Brit-
ish which once threw him into
j;iil for advocating independence.!"
Both British and Israel were ap-
plicants for L'. S. economic aid.
The British and Israelites have
labor governments, austerity pro-
grams, veered to the right in cur-
rent electii ns, Israel, like Brit-
ain, has close ties with the Amer-
ican people.
Israel and Britain are afraid
that MacArthur's aggressiveness
might bring about an all-out war
before the democracies are pre-
pared. Israel, like Britain, suf-
fered greatly from warfare dur-
ing the past decade and fears the
Israel is awaiting a much-need-
ed loan from the U. S. It is safe
to predict that extension of such
a loan will occur at a time when
the State Depaitmen is thorough-
however, that the State Depart-
ment consider Tel Aviv's deep
concern over how Israel's overt
actions might jeopardize' the mil-
linns of Jews in Communist coun-
tries.
rf
4U
tion" seems at an end. The angry effects of another world war al-
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Sunday, Jem. 21st
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resignation of a number of Israel
diplomats stationed behind the
Iron Curtain was symptomatic of
the growing cordiality between
the U. S. and Israel. The very
day these resignations were re-
porteik here, Israel Foreign Min-
ister Moshe Sharett was a guest
at a luncheon served in his honor
by Under-Secretary of State Jas.
E. Webb at the old Forrestal man-
sion.
Luneheon guests also included
Major General James H. Burns,
chief of international affairs of
the Department of Defense;
French Ambassador Henri Bon-
net; British Ambassador Sir Oli-
ver Franks; Durward V. Sandi-
fer. Deputy Assistant Secretary
of State for United Nations Af-
fairs; William L. Thorp. Assist-
i ant Secretary of State for Eco-
, nomic Affairs; George C. McGhee.
most as much as Communism it-
self is feared. Both countries seek
some sort of modus Vivendi with
Communism, if possible, so that |
the atomic destruction of civili-
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Nations to oppose the Jews of
Palestine and to fight against Is-
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R. Narot as rabbi at 8:15, Friday. A
reception honoring Dr. Maurice N.
Blsendrath, president of the Union of
American Hebrew Oongrgatlona will
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monument in the late Rabbi Colman
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land Memorial Cemetery.
Jewish Community Center
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| Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Prlday evening services at 5:30. I^aie
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ing religious school 9:45. Sunday eve-
ning center holds open bouse for youth
>.f community starting at 7:3". Dally
Mtnyan at I* a.m. A Miuyan can be
arranged fur any evening by calling
center office.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
Friday evening services at s, First
in a series of Friday night forums
will begin at 8:30 with I >r. Samuel
S. Lefkowlts, president of the MIs-
rachl Organisation of Paterson, n.
.1 .is first speaker. a reception
will follow the forum. Sat-
urday morning services 8:30a m. Rabbi
Kvpr will speak on the Portion of the
Week. At 4 he will InMruct class in
Talmud. Mlncha at 4: -ir. followed by
Shalos Seudos contributed by
Louis Dublin. Zmlrae will fol-
low; Maarlv win complete the
services Dally services at s a.m.
followed by class in Mishna by the
rabbi. Mlncha at 5:00 followed by
claaa in Jewish Laws ami Customs.
Maarlv follows. Dally classes Hebrew
school Monday through Thursday,
Sunday school 1'' to noon Reg-
istration daily iii the office from s a in
'.i B i'.in Junior Congregation sen-Ices
at 10 a.m. Every Sunday the brother-
hood win conduct services at h fol-
lowed by breakfast ami cultural pro-
gram,
Temple Betn Shoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening services at 8:15
Rabbi Kronish will speak on "Jacob's
HeritageBlessing or Burden?" Ones
Shahbat sponsored by Jewish Nat!.
Fund of Greater Miami will follow.
M.ndel Fisher, executive director of
tli.- Jewish Natl. Fund of America,
will be guest speaker. Sabbath serv-
ice Saturday morning at 10:46 am.
Bar Mitsvah of Richard, son of Mr
and Mrs. Frank Kamen.
Conqrc-ation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Friday evening services at 5:15 p.ns.
Friday evening forum at 8:30. ltabbi
Qrauer will speak on "Is Pacifism
Bankrupt?" An (meg Shnbhat will
follow. Saturday morning services at
8:30, Rabbi Crauer will preach on
tli.- Weekly Portion of the Uw.
Mlncha at 5:00 followed by Shaloa
Sudoa. Junior Congregation Saturday
10 a.m. to noon. Sunday School in
to |j noon, Dally religious school 3:.to
to 6:30. I'ally services 8 a.m. Reading
class. Mishna 4:45 p.m. Mlncha dally
r.:15 p.m.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Monday through Friday services at
7:30 a in Saturday at S am. and Sun-
day at s a.m. Mlncha at 5:30 p.m.
followed by Maarlv at 6 p.m. dally.
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)-
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitx.
Friday evening services at R. Rabbi
will speak.
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:15
p.m.: Saturday morning at M a.m.
Friday evening service 5:16 pin
Saturday at i p.m. there will be a
Story hour for children of the entire
community. Refreshments will be
served and Hebrew dances and songs
will he taught by Bobble Lauer.
Mlncha at .",.....p.m. and Shaloa Beudos
following, Sunday morning service at 8.
Downtown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David), 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz.
Da as 8 s m. and 5:15 p.m.
Saturdays and holidays 8:30 a.m. and '
5:15 p.m. Shalos Suedoa Saturdays
p.m. i
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Prldaj i \ ng services at 5; late
l I Idas services nl 8:3 i Rabbi M< s-
cheloff will sp.ak on "A Jew Looks
on at Christmas." Communal sing-
ing led b) Cantor Feder. Saturday
s. i-v i, ... at 8:30 Bar \l ts i an
of Paul, son ol Mr. and Mrs. I.. Ii
Raymond. Mlncha at '. followed by
ShaloH Beudos Rabbi will speak on
the Portion of the Week. Dally reli-
gious school Monday through Thurs-
day 3:30 to '',:3'i and Sunday from 8
to noon.
First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
Rabbi De Koven will officiate at
services Friday at 8:1 j p.m. Hebrew
classes dally from 4 p.m. to r,:30 p.m.
Sunday school from 1:46 to 1- noon
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26tb
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services at
8:15, Rabbi Shapiro's topic will he
"Are You Satisfied-' Floral Offering
by Mr and Mrs. David Seni.ik.i
honoring the Bar Mitsvah of their son
Richard which will take place during
the Sabbath services at 8:30. a
reception Will follow the Friday-
night. Service, Students services at
io:.i" Saturday. Adult discussion group
bad b) Rabbi Shapiro on Sunday
mornings from 10:30 to 11:30.
Miami Henrew Scnooi and Con-
gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at .Y I.ate
Frldaj evening services at 8:15. The
rabbis topic will be "Three Genera-
tions." Saturday morning at 9 the
rabbi will speak on the Portion of
the Week Mishna at 4:15 p.m. fol-
lowed by Mlncha. Shalos Sudos and
Maarlv services. Sunday school at
10:00 a.m Hebrew school daily 3:30
to 6:30 i in Dally services 7::'," a.m.
and 5 p.m Bar Mitsvah breakfast
Sunday at 8:30.
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Services daily *> a.m. and 9 a.m.:
Mincha 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Friday
evening services at sundown.
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Joseph Malek, cantor; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near I.e Jeune.
Friday Sabbath service at R:15.
In honor of the presentation of two
new Toiah Scrolls by Mr. and Mrs
Sam Weissel and sous, and Mr. and
Mrs. Moris Ftineoff and sops, on
Sunday, Dec. -1 at 8 p.m. Rabbi Skop
will speak on "Mow Much of the
Bible Has Significance for our Day?"
Thursday at 4 with the rabbi. New-
Year's party reservations now being
made at center office.
Temple Israel, 2020 Broward
Ave., W. Palm Beach. Richard E.
i Singer, Rabbi.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
| Rabbi Singer will speak on "How
, High Is Your Stock in the Business
of Living?" sabbath candles will be
lit by Mrs Max BalmowltS. A Sabbath
hour of refreshment and fellowship
will follow the services.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium, 77th
St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip
Fried, acting rabbi.
I.-ite Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Fried will deliver a sermon on
"Religion and You." on Saturday
morning Mr. ami Mrs. Maurice Welt-
man will celebrate the Itar Mitsvah
of their son, Robert, a student at
Horace Mann Junior High.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 1:00
o'clock.
Congregation xoung israei (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave Miami
Beach.
Services Friday night at 6:16; Satur-
day at 9 a.m. Mlncha at 5:00 p.m.
followed bv Shalos Seiidos. Services
Sunday to Thursday s a.m. and 4:15.
All Young Israel members in the area
are Invited to attend
TTerelh Israel Conqreoation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7tb
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.:
Saturday 9 a.m. All residents In that
area are invited to attend.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
Dally services n a.m. and 6:30 P m.
Friday night s.ivic.s at :. 30; Satur-
day morning at 9. Rabbi Abraham
Sachs win speak on "portion of the
WeekJoseph Acknowh Iges His
Brotherhood." Mlncha at .". p.m. fol-
lowed by shalos Beudos Rabbi H M
Kagan officiating.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack
ovsky.
Friday evening sei vices at 5:15.
Saturday morning at 8:30 the rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week. At 4:00 p.m, the rabbi win
sp-ak on "Order and Tradition."
, Mincha at 4:30 p.m. followed
by shalos Beudos and Maarlv
Dally service 7:30 a.m. fol-
lowed by class in Mishna. Mlncha at
",:l". followed on Bu 'i Tuesdays
and Wednesday bj ciaa In Laws and
Customs, anil on Mondays and Thurs-
days by ,:a.-s iii Jewish Legends of
the Talmud.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Smith will offlei-
Friday evening.
Jewish Center
13630 W. Dixie
Cantor KSSSC B
ate at services
North Dade
(Conservative).
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services -it 10
Cong. Monticello, N.E. 163rd
and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob D.
Katz.
Friday evening services at 6 pm
I-ite Friday evening services al 10
p.m. followed by On eg ShSbbol
Temple Isaiah (Reform), Town
erdale and Hollywood (Reform),! & Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road.
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Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson,
rabbi.
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10 a.m.; religious school Sunday 9:4.'..
s. w,.s Friday at 8 p.m. Dr. Itannen
I^ite Friday evening services at
Eits Chaim Cong. (Orthodox),
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
Services 5:30 p.m. Friday. Dally
services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Mann.
Services Friday evening at S:30
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Miami beech Jewish Commun-
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Washington Ave.. Miami Bsach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jsoob Y. Goldrina.
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,AY, DECEMBER 22, 1950
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PAGE7B
KK History Filled with Hate, Viol
loience
By GILBERT J. BALKIN
Director. Florida Regional 0//tce Anti-Defamation League
Current competing Ku Klux Klan segments, seeking a foot-
to implant bigotry in our nation today, assert descendency
the original Klan organization in this country. The U. S.
itment of Justice has included Ku Klux Klan and "all
ions thereof" in its listing of un-American subversive
classifying the
kn;zations.
. as an "organization which
[adopted a policy of a&>ocat-
|or approving the commission
lets of force and violence to
the states. t&tely in rebellion."
President Grarrt included with his
message a documentary report of
some 5.000 cases of Klan flog-
.oth?r.s..:th_eir/'?^S iE#2 ^s. lynchings, and other open
acts of violence. A Congressional
Committee was appointed to con-
duct hearings on the Klan
throughout the South.
Testimony before this commit-
tee, which compiled thirteen
volumes of sensational testimony.
revealed the original Klan's sys-
tematic barbaries, summarized-by
Myers in the following language:
is accordingly appropriate to ..At night bands of Klansmen
Ke:J7hatyM .th*onIgI"\ i would ride about bent upon their
"* .__" '"_ .;"!!.^ fel1 mission. Each member was
shrouded in a gown, his face was
covered by a mask, and even
fc be done today to prevent a wearing 3 horn. He carried a
1 whip and pistol. Victims were
lashed and tortured; anyone in-
terfering with Klan plans was
beKu Klux Klan was founded i killed. Apart from the many mur-
pilaski. Tenn., in 1866 by six ders by hanging or otherwise,
federate veterans. The strange j the Klan made a business of
pllation Ku Klux was taken arson, firing any place which it
[Constitution of the United
es,"
l its propaganda, the so-called
hern-Northern Knights of the
IkIux Klan, which attempts
pread its anti-Semitism and
berance through the State of
fida. claims to be the direct
Bring of the Reconstruction
IKlan.
knee in the present national
tgency period?
the Greek word kuklos,
ning a band or circle. The
Klan was probably sug-
by the Scottish clans,
custom of summoning
(ibers to war by means of a
ienger bearing a fiery cross
[also adopted by the KKK as
pmbol of terrorism. During
irst two years of its existence,
ding to Southern Exposure,
[Klan grew rapidly. By 1867
iwere a reported 5,000 local
i in operation throughout the
h. A so-called "invisible em-
f was formed from the local
f. with territorial sub-divi-
-realms, provinces and
Itons being organized and
Bted on a military basis.
le purpose, together with the
I cord of violence and
wumisni woven by the Klan
lie South during the years
ring the end of the Civil
. has been aptly summarized
Uwvus Myers, in his monu-
pl -History of Bigotry-in the
"a States":
e Ku Klux Klan's definite,
Puess aim was to paralyze
wgro into abject submission
process of terrorization,
|t the same time to con-
Isouthern interests in the
pi field by wreaking ven-
F> upon incoming Northern
Jf-eek., called carpetbag-
l 5a,uT; thc'ir scanty posses-
lB?-tepacked intouch
>"'s weird, juvenile and
Fous terminology adopted by,
J tact:ns reflects effort to
Vje original Klan organiza-,
fclu u'here are found i
pals who today endeavor to !,
wt ihemjelvea as Grand
hrr .r Dragns- Grand]
Ma ur HCyclops' and other
RUtuu. designed to be awe-;
Lcptrrem'uwas the extent of
KiK?Chcduby the Recon"l
L" Klun, 'hat President U.!
Kn '8; was Prompted
rdeoiP,CC'al message to Con-
cise,ing,that "the free
free nih franchise has by
ar>a intimidation been
disapproved. Schoolhouses were
destroyed and teachers driven
away in Mississippi. In Georgia,
South Carolina and other South-
ern states investigated, the ma-
jority of the committee noted
outrages, including murders, were
numerous and horrible. General
Reynolds, commanding the Fed-
eral troops in Texas, reported:
'Murders of Negroes are so com-
mon as to render it impossible
to keep accurate accounts of
them.' In Louisiana alone, testi-
mony showed, fully 2.000 persons
were killed, wounded and other-
wise injured in a few weeks prior
to the presidential election in
1868. The Ku Klux Klan was
branded as 'a fearful conspiracy
against society ... it had de-
moralized society, and held men
silent by the terror of its acts
and by its powers for evil'."
Ideologically, the original Klan
was rooted in the un-American
I and false notion of racial su-
| penonty and inferiority. The
; original Klan adopted the "mas-
ter race complex" later taken
over by Hitler and currently still
, advocated by would-be revivers
| of the Klan in our state and
I country.
The following quotation from
the original "principles" of the
Ku Klux order, adopted during
the Reconstruction period, illus-
trates the bigoted undemocratic
Klan ideology:
"Our main and fundamental
object is the MAINTENANCE OF
THE SUPREMACY OF THE
i WHITE RACE in this Republic.
, History and physiology teach us
; that we belong to a race which
nature has endowed with an evi-
1 dent superiority over all other
i races, and that the Maker, in
thus elevating up above the com-
mon standard of human creation.
I has intended to give us over in-
ferior races a dominion from
which no human laws can per-
manently derogate. The experi-
ence of ages demonstrate that,
from the origin of the world, this
dominion has always remained
in the hands of the Caucasian
Race: whilst all the other races
have constantly occupied a sub-
ordinate and secondary position;
a fact which triumphantly con-
firms this great law of nature.
And it is a remarkable fact that
as a race of men is more remote
from the Caucasian and ap-
proaches nearer to the black
African, the more fatally that
stamp of inferiority is affixed to
its son, and irrevocably dooms
them to eternal imperfectibility
and degradation."
The original Ku Klux Klan
was ultimately disbanded by Fed-
eral military forces. Congressional
investigations and enactments.
j and the arousal of public in-
, dignation, but its spirit and tradi-
, tion remained to serve as a model
I for the second Ku Klux Klan
recreated by William Joseph
Simmons in 1915.
All Americans, concerned with
; the preservation and advance-
> ment of the democratic fabric of
, our nation, should be cognizant of
I the terroristic background of the
, Ku Klux Klan. Vestiges of the in-
tolerant Klan ideology and or-
ganization remain despite the U.S.
Department of Justice's charact-
erization of the Klan in the gov-
ernment's subversive list.
Public opinion must again in-
sist that such survival and prac-
tices of bigotry be eliminated and
, that all necessary action be taken
. by appropriate local, state and
i federal officials to insure the
: safety, security and democratic
progress of the American people.
Emma Lazarus Chapter
Plans Social Evening
A social program introducing
new members will be sponsored
by the Emma Lazarus Chapter,
Business and Professional Wom-
en of B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday
evening. December 26. in the
Netherlands Hotel Coffee Shop.
1330 Ocean Blvd., Miami Beach.
The "get acquainted" evening
is being arranged by Edythe
Fleischer, program chairman. As-
sisting are Ethel Pont and Lil-
lian Eisman. Paula Horowitz will
preside.
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4 eup minced onion
iA teaspoon salt
V teaspoon pepper
2i | cups mashed potatoes (about
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1 cup sifted all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
i teaspoon-sugar
1 tablespoons Rokeach Nyafat
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2 tablespoons water
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Bialik llraneh
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S. Ashkenazi will be installed
ts chairman of the Bialik Branch
of the Jewish National Workers
Alliance on Thursday, December
28, at 8 p.m. at the Waldorf Tow-
ers Hotel Dining Room. Icean
Drive and 9th St., Miami Beach.
Others to be inducted at the
ceremonies are N. Bookspan, vice
chairman: A. Liebman, financial
secretary; H. Dorosinsky, treas-
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tary; J. Tarr, ex-officio.
Dr. L. Unterman will officiate
and J. Fishman will serve as
master of ceremonies. B. Morrison
will offer readings.
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Uy< DECEMBER 22, 1950
f**+**+*S***\***\m+^*4
l^^tpf>ridlla,n
Off fhe Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
PAGE 9 B
LhJVobr; PriU Winners .
Ljdst the current celebration
L Kftieth anniversary of the
[ishmenl Of the Nobel Prize
Cell to pause and recapitulate
[wish winners of the coveted
Altogethc-
winners,
v-seven Jews, or 10.5 in
0f percentages. This ad-
Lj|y is an extraordinary
one which only reflects
[the mammoth contributions
Jew to human culture and
ation. Interestingly enough
, half of the Jewish win-
ire honored for work in a
,m which Jews have dis-
ced themselves throughout
igesmedicine. The Nobel
fin Medicine was given to
| Jews in the past five
S. One of them was Ameri-
n Joseph Erlanger who
1 the prize in 1944. Physics
,ther field in which Jews
during the first half of
prent century, with Pro-
[Albert Einstein as the out-
ig theoretical physicist of
e. There have been eight
winners of the Nobel
i physics. The first to win
e was Professor Albert
.. Michelson, whose work
velocity of light opened
tiorrary avenues in the
f physics. This was in 1907i
son came to the United
... Germany at the age
e, and it can be rightfully
I that he was a product of
ran soil. In 1921 the prize
en to Professor Einstein.
; Jewish physicist to win
fringe can be expected to revive
their activities with even greater
venom than ever before. What
happened at the Washington
hearing on the Anna Rosenberg
, winners ui i..c .. appointment was only symptom-
Altogether there have | *tic of what the rabble-rousing
among them anti-Semites plan for the future
The anti-Semitic outfits, which
seemed to have suffered recently
of lack of funds, are beginning
to show new signs of affluence
and wealth. If the spotlight can I
be thrown on the donors half of i
the fight against those dangerous I
elements would be won From
F. Emerson Andrews' interesting'
book "Philanthropic Giving"'
published by the Russel Sage i
Foundation, we learn that Jewish
giving for philanthropic purposes ''
in 1948 was $50 per capita. This i
a substantially above estimates
for the whole population. The
book reveals the interesting fact
that over a half of the patients in
Jewish hospitals are not Jewish
The McDonald Mystery .
Some two ajonths ago this
column revealed, that if James G
McDonald ever returns to Israel
as our Ambassador to that coun-
try it will have been the result
of strong personal pressure by
President Truman. Despite de-
nials we repeated the story. When
McDonald returned to Israel some
weeks ago it was virtually of-
ficially admitted that he returned
under pressure. Now, after a
brief visit to Israel, he returns
again to this country. Since Mc-
Donald has been one of the best
liked foreign diplomats in Israel
. it is a certainty the situation is
was Isidor Isaac Rabi fnot of Israel's making. The fact
|y of atomic particles, a .that he is relinquishing the post
m
>

Mi,.cXs ^s^iSwavys&s^ta KFood Faii ** *bMutuui
Denver ADL Starts
"New Deal"
(AJP)-The Anti-
member Anti-Defamation League FEPC legislation, resort bias, and
committees wijl participate, dis-
cussed the Chanukah Christmas
study which may well
i fate and security of the
katic world. This was in
Interestingly enough Rabi
jstern-European Jew. In
I of chemistry there were
vish winners, all of them
ta-born. The last time a
iceived the Nobel Prize in
. was in 1918. Among
tiers of the Nobel Prize in
were two Jews, Paul
yese of Germany in 1910
nri Bergson of France in
iConsidered one of the
: philosophers of the age,
so soon is definite proof that the
source of the trouble lies in
Washington. The oil-orientated
officials in the Near Eastern Di-
vision of the State Department
hold the key to the mystery. The
best bet is that our Ambassador
to Panama, Davis, will be Mc-
Donald's successor.
Mrs. FDR Defies Death
Threat, Speaks At Jewish
Hospital Banquet
NEW- YORK CITY, (AJP)
stood close to Catholicism Defying a threat that she would
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DENVER,
Defamation League here has Problern- housing discrimination,
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extend almost 10-fold the num-
ber of people who are asked to
make decisions involving the pub-
lic relations of the Denver and
Rocky Mountain Jewish Commu-
nity. Robert Gamzey, editor of
the Intermountain Jewish News,
reported this week.
Last week's meeting, one of a
series in which the entire 106-
Communism. Participants unani-
mously agreed to several such
meetings a year.
|*as said to have recanted
ned to Judaism on his
d. The Nobel Peace Prize
red by two Jews in 1911.
pt winners that year were
J Fried, of Austria, and
lAsser of Amsterdam. Fried
pored for a series of tracts
* and Asser for having
initiator
be shot if she spoke at a Jewish
hospital's annual dinner here.
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt ap-
peared at the affair as scheduled.
There was no incident.
A phone call to the police sta-
tion on West 54th Street here
that "a man with a gun" planned
to shoot the former President's
of four Hague i wife if she spoke at the annual
by
I convoked
ten government.
|mity notes .
communities through-
country are feeling the
war, Many tried and
need people with army
pons have either been
pr enlisted in the various
thus affecting the per-
|of the communities both
I low.-- and upper levels.
iuation may well test the
of leadership in the
ammunities The Jew-
nunity of Long Island,
pk, is quite excited, these
T*r a development for
P*re seems neither sense
pn- According to our in-
IWere is debate going on
Lme Projected Long Island
PBPital should be kosher-
t and other elements are
pugnt up over the situa- i
Fy maintain there is no I
"rating whether a Jew- '
PWW, _;. ,,uld observe,
lni ,,y ,argue that ob-
kashruth
iL, i '" "nyh fck -:r f00d would
I people of
of a Jewish-1
. The anti-
V' "ry are
:.nd it
the J,
Tttrn SUnd n Cu;,rd-
touni.,' Sls P'^vailing
tarkn ''" an"-Semites
P^Pots and the lunatic-
<
dinner of the Beth-El H
at the Waldorf Astoria, sent po-
lice into action.
A trio of heavily armed detec-
tives guarded Mrs. Roosevelt as
she mounted the speakers' plat-
form. Later, the sleuths accom-
panied her from the meeting in
an elevator from which newspa-
permen and photographers were I
barred.
Board Meeting Called
A special meeting of the board
I of the Miami Ladies' Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
has been called for Wednesday.
December 27, at 1:30 p. m. at Beth
El by Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub.
president.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
22,
VuJdng 4h U[eek
Soviet Jews Escape Via Underground
By JOE HARRISON FRIED
^^TS!ml,SSSwil. tears edged their way down the face
a man whose whole heart, soul and effort these past five yea. ; have
gone into a never-ceasing fight to discredit the ^^P?"?0-^!
McGinlcv's violently anti-Semitic hate rag, bear ng the "**'>
mis-leading title "Common Sense" had outgrown its cramped hole
and expanded into a chain of three offices, th^ to the gene.ous
t,.ar-shedder The war criminal and arch foe of the Jews, Hap nmm
El HuS? the ex-"Grand Mufti" of Jerusalem was ,.happier man
firm with the belief that he could count upon at least one Jews,
backing when the chips were down. nnHmin H Frecd-
And before the week was to end that Jew. Benjam n it. rre
man whose most sympathetic and kindly desenptjon outs de of the
orchids tossed by the hate boys and the Arab league has been a
confused man" and "an international meddler, was up 10 nu^
in a smo^r campaig which vetertan Washington observers called
amone the dirtiest thev had witnessed in a decade.
3,1 This time little energetic Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg was on the
receiving end of the Freedman-inspired campa.gn-for a time,Jhat is.
It didn't take too long for the two-fisted sincere little woman,
to c ear the decks-and her name. too. of slanderous charges of
Communism." When the noise and shouting had giver.way to
huS whispers In Washington's select corridors, word made the
rounds that Mrs. Rosenberg's "accusers were in forjome rougn
times. Perjury charges were in the offing for those v.ho had at
tempted to smear Mrs. R.. reporters learned.
Ben Freedman who admittedly sent a cable to an agent 01
ih. Arah Saeue in which he promised "fullest cooperation to
H?t.et'sabudlyThe' infamous "Grand Mufti." -ushed to assure one
and all that he had nothing personal against Mrs. R. He was he.
"friend" Friedman claimed; he was "anxious to clear Anna
Roenberg's good name. He would in fact divert some of his
thousands of dollars10 of them to be more preciseto help dis-
cover" the "real" Mrs. Rosenberg mentioned on a number of
occasions in reports of the Un-American Activities Comm.ttee as a
mSrS'3^SSk up" about the affair, the anything-but-
hrnke Freedman told the reporters. He wanted to do the right
in me" dIvs before the storm broke and in whispered conversations
SceSncongressmen, reportedly inc.ud ing the -U-^ish
Rmkin ind the vicious hate-spreader Gerald L. K. Smitn, fTeeornan
hid "llegedly pursued a completely different line; a line which
wind u^h.nd the closed doors of the Senate' Ari Sem
Committee which probed the charges of "Red affiliations against
the tSWlSffl^iSSra senators idtl charge. w
factless; a complete washout. Mrs. Rosenberg, the findings disclosed.
was as clean of the Red charges as a Puritan's kitchen is of dust
But before the words had made print the hate-sheets had
managed to squeeze in a few licks. From coast to coast they screamed
of Anna's connection with the non-existant "w.deworld Jewish
^"'Fora^'this, big-hearted Ben was sorry-very sorry. And the
MufS?S pa was concerned lest Mrs. R's future be .mpajred Her
name must bo cleaned, said Freedman, who apparently failed to take
?he Senate Committee's unanimously adopted decision upholding
M S Rosenberg as a serious step in that direction
Freednum planned to make it all up. though. He was knee-
deep in the process of suing Radioman Fulton Lewis, Jr.. who dared
him a "vicious anti-Semite." for the sweet sum of a rounded
"'"wherfwo'uld the money go? a shaky Freedman was asked.
Why to charity, of course, came the quick reply, But observers
judging from son anti-Zionist's other 'charitable projects
ncluding backing a hate-sheet with precious bucks, wondered
the shek. Is, if and when they ever materialized
would not help soak a groggy Freedman s head still further in
r Dot of i B-ter. ..... j t
Mrs R by th week's end. showed not the slightest desire of
availing'herself of Freedman's "kind offer" to divert some of his
many of them going to McGinley's hate sheet-in order
: name be "cleared."
Reporters grouped around the elder solon as he walked from hia
bench in the huge and stately w, n courtroom. When he had
d his robe and edged his way toward an exit, the newspapermen
were ready and armed with a host of quer.es. Each in turn asked
a question and though the queries differed in presentation the con-
tent was basicallv the same. .
Was Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, adviser to a
host of governmental leaders and a sage of the highest tribunal in
all the land, considering resigning? If so. they inquired, would he
resume a private law practice?
A smiling, patient, but firm Felix Frankfurter, brunt of scores
of verbal attacks through the years from the lunatic extreme right
wing anti-Jewish fringe, waited until each of the scribes had voiced
3 Then'he repield with a piece of data well known to the veteran
scribes assigned to pound the tough Washington "beat." Frank-
furter did not "talk with the press" or "give interviews in such
matters. It was against his policy these many years. He was nice
about it. but that was that.
Washington, humming with rumors these past weeks, paused
for a breather, then started right back humming again.
By JOE HARRISON FRIED
J? three articles by the A7,iencan Jewish Press)
hlrJThTli. routes ol escapes to, .ens o) thousands
ST&W "an acuw; lews, an ale;, wel^s
' vTcZs ofveteran undergiouna operators a. this very
2K S& bTlUh U.B.VeLpouc.J0.ac.ma1eu,e
"illegal" escape rf rescue
and rescue
, scores of men and women whose
names may appear on tomorrow s
! liquidation lists.
The Polish and Roumanian op-
and elsewhere. The price is ap-
proximately the same in Rou-
mania. .
But as the agents work inward
Ti nd these are the two toward the Soviet itself, the price
SovietSatellite states where the for such credentials becomes more
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Jewish underground is most
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world-wide network dedicated to
the sole purpose of rescuing
hose JewsP who by ordinary
means would find escape totally
^possible. Its task is to smuggle
these Jews, and their families in
many cases, out of Stalin s prison-
like existence to a friendly neigh-
boring European country-then to
Israel and permanent freedom.
At the head of the Jewish
underground-and that is exactly
Xt it is-stands an energetic
balding man in his late 50s. We
shall call him simply "Mr. Aleph
for to be more specific might
threaten thousands who still
await liberation at the hands of
the close-knit network which he
commands. "Mr. Aleph is an
old-timer at this sort of thing.
He came to the United States, a
pivot point of the rescue opera-
tions, late in 1938 to map out a
similar underground rescue to
save thousands of Jews trapped
by Hitler. When the war was
over, Mr. Aleph" suspended the
escape network and turned to
ways of rehabilitation and peace.
But as the octopus-like arms of
Soviet aggression tightened their
hold on Europe and anti-Jewish
edicts increased, "Mr. Aleph 'was
called upon once again to form
his network of agents.
Working out of the Jewish
Labor Committee headquarters in
Nesv York City, "Mr. Aleph. or-
ganizer of the ever-increasing
project, is charged with its main-
tenance and operation; with
deciphering coded messages sent
from the Soviet-occupied or
dominated lands by his Jewish
agents: of passing on whether a
prospective agent is sincere or a
plant of the ruthless U. B. Polish
secret state police.
"Mr. Aleph" faces the un-
pleasant task of preparing a list
of alternate key agents to step
in at a moment's notice to re-
place an operator imprisoned by
the Soviet-commanded Poles or
Roumanians or simply "disap-
peared." In the little more than
a vear during which the new
Jewish underground has carried
out its mission, "Mr. Aleph" has
had cause to make use of his sub-
stitute list of agents.
The amazing details of this
underground undertaking were
unfolded in a small neat office
in New York City. Before it was
over I was to view first hand the
coded letters from Jewish under-
i ground agents in Europe to their
i chief here; check a list of 100 of
the latest escapees who illegally
crossed the border into Italy
and then on to Israelas late as
three short weeks ago, I was to
learn, too, how a chain of "front"
addresses located throughout a
big city enabled the Jewish un-
derground against Communism to
maintain its links with operators
abroad.
Within a framework of almost
absolute secrecy, European agents
of the Jewish underground use
multiple means of obtaining il-
legal passports and other identi-
fication with which to speed the
Jewish escapees to friendly and
' safe asylum. But methods have
changed in line with a new rigid-
ness exhibited in Europe by the
Soviet slave states. Where once
the Jewish underground utilized
experienced agents as guides to
lead Jews on foot and in small
vehicles across loosely guarded
, exits to freedom, the emphasis
; in escaping Stalin's inferno as of
.November, 1950, had turned to
i extensive use of misleading ident-
' ification papers. Tightened lines
and Soviet-commanded re-in-
forced border patrols make it
; virtually impossible to success-
{fully find a rear exit to the
dungeon-like bleakness of Soviet-
lands.
Illegal credentialsand they
must of ncessity be good if they
are to pass the eye of alert Polish
| patrolssell for approximately
$100 apiece on the black market
outlined as we progress.
The agent's letter or cart
innocent enough. Polish r
giving it the pnce-ovcr-42
such mailings headed for A~
thorough once-
get
over.
nothing which might
slightest alarm. But on
phered by "Mr. Aleph," the
take on new meaning. Thrt3
special code the Polish ago??
forms his chief of the amoSi
the "loan" obtained from thei
ticular r^i.ek -- -
costly; the existence of such
escape-papers, more scarce.
The methods by which the
Jewish agents obtain the cash
with which to purchase creden-
tials provide a first-rate story in
themselves.
Since the close of WorM War
II and the envelopment of all of
Poland by Red legions, numerous
Polish citizens of means have been
deeply concerned over the future
of their financial holdings. The
Polish government has all but
Polish financer.
Aleph promptly depositstr*,
act amount in a safe Amei
bank under the "lender's" n
The Pole is happy becau*
has a nest-egg free fromthei
of the Polish comissars. B
personal happiness falls far
of the joy in the hearts of
Jewish agents who pur,
"credentials" in a slave
where dollar bills alone deb
whether an individual will I
denly "disappear," never agajal
be heard from or whether I
same individual reaches the |
ders of a friendly nation.
fonsn guveiiiiiiciH ncio c. "u. aers oi a inenaiy nation,
slapped an embargo on money sails the blue Mediterranean
leaving the country for "capi- free life in Israel.
talistic" heavens. Poles recalling
their not too distant dealings with
the Nazis shudder at the thought
of financial confiscations. Any
day, they fear, the "people's gov-
ernment" might confiscate pri-
vate funds in the "cause of peace."
Aware of these feelings, under-
ground agents, after a thorough
check of such frightened fi-
nanciers, exploit the not totally
unjustified fear in the interests
of saving Jews.
Here is a typical method used
by the Jewish underground to
obtain sorely-needed dollars to
purchase papers:
A Jewish agent, after checking
the prospective unwitting helper,
approaches the financier for what
would appear to be a personal
loan. Once the Polish dollars are
in the agent's hands, he, in turn,
contacts the headquarters of the
Jewish Labor Committee and
"Mr. Aleph" in New York. This is
done by a cleverly arrangement
"drop" network which will be
One such Jew smuggled outl
Poland wrote this letteroncel
had eluded the Polish patrols'!
was safe in Israel.
"At long last," the little ie
tailor wrote, "I am out of St
'gahenem' (hell). Now 1 ,
find work. Nothing matters,!
ever, because I am a free
again!"
But there are others who I
caught at the border.
(Next week: Mrs. B. isani
nary-appearing woman, the L
ther of three grown children.^
Z. is an elderly man withafli
ing white beard. He is in his 1
80s. a constant shulegoer ai
grandfather. They both live..
lives in a big American city. I
without Mrs. B., Mr. Z., andi'
like them, the Jewish i
ground's rescue operations I
the Iron Curtain could
function. Read the second in I
series of three articles by
American Jewish Press.)
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashrulh Association
Participate l^J^MSS '"*"*
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AND ANNOUNCES
That signs such as "traditional dinners. kosher style.
definitely do not assure taihrutt
For Further Information Concerning KasMuin
Call Our Director. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoway
818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 45*
Harry Slrkin. Pres. H. Sootin. Secy. S. L
a saving* institution
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Monday
DECEMBER 25th
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AND LOAN ASSOC.ATION OF MIAMI
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DECEMBER 22, 1950
by.
On Charleston lews
,le At ADL Office
vs af Charleston," new
. Charles Reznikoff, is
% in the Freedom Library
Florida Regional Office,
efamation League of B nai
it has been announced by
j. Balkin. Florida ADL
Eished in connection with
L-ent bicentennial celebra-
Wd in Charleston, this his-
r an American Jewish com-
ffhich dates back to 1750
L considerable background
part played by the Jews
le American Revolution.
leant material is presented
itributions of the Jews to
-velopmpnt of Charleston,
[friendly relations that have
obtained their between
nd Christians, and on the
ngs of Reform Judaism.
Ijcation of this book was
[possible by contributions
he Anti-Defamation Lea-
,ie American Jewish Corn-
land the Jewish communi-
hharleston.
Ions wishing to obtain
f the new volume may do
duced cost at the Florida
e. 330 Seybold Build-
f6306. *'
Law Partnership
ert H. llutner and Ber-
_er have formed the law
Hutner & Hutner at 807
Ha Building as a full part-
luates (jf the University of
[Law School, the brothers
I in the army and air force
World War II in China,
J India and the Philippines.
|ard Hutner served as as-
director and community
the Florida Re-
>ffice of the Anti-De-
of B'nai B'rith.
LEGAL NOTICE
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
v GIVEN that
ineil, i i engage In
us name of
E-Xr-17 OF FLORIDA
, W .- '. Miami. In-
| '.;imu with the
ircult Court of Dado
Florida
JOSEPH PAULEN and
NORM \N R jfBXHAIN,
LIFTER,
oln ltd.
/5-12
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
pied, desiring to encage in
'< r the fictitious name of
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
W Mb. Bt., Miami. Florida,
r .-.i;d name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
iriorida.
RUTH ZWEIGEL.
ft HUTNER,
^mi'i.i Bids., Miami,
for ltuth Zweigel.
-12
CE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
HUDA, IN AND FOR DADE
n' IN CHANCBRT, No.
0. WELLS, Plaintiff, vs.
A WELLS, Defendant.
IT FOR DIVORCE
IT A. WELLS,
ley Avenue,
urc Virginia
Ifled that a Bill
lint for Divorce has been
SI ou, and you are re-
'" "' ipj of yur Answer
R to Hi. Bill of Complaint on
| ROBERT H.
Building, Miami
a. and file the original
ne In the office of
Ircull Court on or
[ l.th day of January, 1951.
. idgment by de-
rueamst you for
led in the Bill of
| II be published once
. 11 \ weeks
Mi !
AND (1RDERED at Miami.
"* 18th day of Deosmber,
I.;. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
I -> ***
iJBj wy w 8TOCKJNO,
IH. 8LATKO ""i,U'y C,"rk-
Plali
-12
fTTENTION
rTORNEYS!
Jewish Floridlan so-
1 yw legal notices.
Pprecia1e your
""oge and guaran-
Kcuralo service at
^Wes. Phone 2-1141
ena service.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CMCtriT TOURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRcrrV
IN AND F\>K DADE c< 'vrv
ALDO BORSARI, Palntlff v. mm
BORSARI, Defendant.
To: INKS HORSAKI
? ??'," Mary '"<*Wan\
106 Iielmont Avenue
Springfield. Massachusetts
You are hereby ordered and re-
Quired '"'"'" copy of your Answer
whlrh"|BU1 f ^Wht, a ro"rof
which is enclosed herewith, on Piain'
, ,h, fTf6*"'' ?,,d flle ,h- onslnal
A. ,. "rflcp "f he Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or Iwfore the 8 dav
of January. li*51 otherwise the al-
!Tm k""? J' MMi'1 '"" "' Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8 day
of December. 1950.
r-i ? B' tEATHER.MAN.
Slerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
Py: m. c. PBSGB,
BEN ESSEN and D*pUty C,erk'
SHKLDON N I.KLCHUK
Attorneys for Plaintiff
R23-25 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
12/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEUy GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
12S2!!?^*?,~?L U" f"''"'ous name of
"THE CHICKEN COOP" at IMS N W
3rd Avenue Miami, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florlda.
MORTON A. KATZ
JULES- KATZ
CEORGE K1MMEL
RICHARD K. FINK
412 Congress Bids
AttornjsK for Applicants
12/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Al's Delicatessen at T"6 K.W "7th
Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register amid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
Mi >RRI8 H. NAFTEL
628 Lenox Avenue
Miami lleaeh. Florida
ARONOVITZ .V A IP ..NoVITZ
Attorneys for .Morris II. Neftcl
12/15-22-:':' .1 ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEliY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to en,
business under the fictitious n
a d k Bervlce Btation at 299 N.w.
5th Street intends t., register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK PRIED,
Sole Owner
BERICK AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beatfft, Florida
12/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ir:
business under the fietitlous name of
I>alc Painting Co. at 2247 N.W. 2nd
Ave., Miami, Fla. intend to reclster
said name with the Clerk of the fir-
cult Court of l>ade County, Florida.
ROBERT DALE SATULOV
ARTHUR NILSEN
WILLIAM LA BRIE
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicants
412 Congress Bldg
I2/1-H-15-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Normin Furniture Company at 5211
N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NORMAN B. CABEL and
MINA CABEL
12/8-15-22-29
+Jt*vis*FhrMinri
BMK hoi ice
PAGE 11 B
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that '
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fietitlous name of ,
FISHER'S JEWELRY, formerly POL-
LACK'S WATCH SHOP at 14J3
S. W. 8th Street Miami. Dade County.
Florida, intends to register said nam-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I
Dade County, Florida.
MILTON FISHER.
Bole rwner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
12/15-22-29 1 '5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nmine of
Sabal Palm Food Shop at MM N E
2nd Avenue, Miami, intends to r^t'i^-
ter said name ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dadl C in:y. Florida.
ANGELO CAPDTO
Sole Owner
MYERS, IIKIMAN ,v KAPLAN
Attornovs for Applicant
12/8-15-22-29
EXCHANGE BUPPET, INC a Fine
arffrMfSss
TO?KITTYIBLOOk0tf,*,to,,ta
c/o leweys
77 Ch i.-,. Avenue
lonk^rs. Nt.w York
and
any interest to the following chati.,1.
ch'aY.; M'ongl^ SS2 &%
g^.pWrSd^S.^5^"
?N ^ "n'1 S,rect a1"1
'"-. -N: .Second Street in Mi-
e2*t^*rif 9252' ""nda. In-
and kft.^T ,ll",w",K restaurant
N^n Slgnl '" """P""-". <-Wt
1 '',i|inK y^
2SK1?' *n[Kht *<> Fountain. 12'
with i horsepower compreeeor
1 -StainlessI Steel It-frigenited Salad-
Sandw.eh IJnlt with 12 horse^Tw.
er eompressor complete
- Toast master Toasters
I l-nivenial Waffle Machine.
l Mosley Safe.
<2 PoM Sta.nless Steel Lunch Count-
22 Sthri|T'Um Lea,her Upholitered
I 'mica Table, and Plastic Up-
hob ered Lounge Booth.
?;'""," ",ru' "I M r, ,rs. Walled
and back bar of Soda Fountain
Stmlnieaa Steel Bervlce Counter and
sta i, ,-ss steel Walled Shelves.
ttalnlesa Steel Steam Table.
l Qarland Ran(e.
o FYylator.
1 Garland Broiler.
l Wood Worktop Table
i McCray Refrigerator, l cubic feel
, ".!'.h --or.
. i nlveraal Dishwashing Machine
: Sheet Metal sink. Drainboard
i walk-In Refrigerator Box I -
Kitchen Hood
1 Blower Fan.
l Chopper and Mixer No, -.r. 4 ;.
1 National Cash i: -..,. ||
l Malted Milk Machine llamilt-n
h No. 32,
Macl i v.. 271
: Mi
.". Ga rbagi 'a
I Lai ge si ing ng S le
- L Si Blade
tndi,
- Pie Show Cases
ers
-i B ana Spill Hold, ra and Sun-

l T n Sta :- -- Steel I 'offee L'rn.
Pans for Dirty I >ishes.
. i. Inaj (labii
i i ihea and silverware, pots, pans
and all other- miaceJIai.....us equip-
ment p,-rtaining to a restaurant.
Hol water boiler In basement.
V >: hereby notified that BUI
of Complalnl for I.....laratory Decree
and f"r M/trtgage Poredoerure, on the
lid chattels baa t-.-eii tiled
against you, and you are required to
. \. copy of your Answer or Plead-
the Mill of Coenplalnt on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Aronovitz and
..t7 74' Seybold Building. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Ileading in the office of
the Clerk of the Cireuit Court on or
before the )5th day of January. 1951
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
' demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 14th day of December.
1950, AD.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clark, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM W STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
A RON- IXITZ Ac A Rl N OVITZ,
741 Seybold Building,
\h uni, Florida.
attorneys for Plaintiff
12 '22-2'.' 1 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby ci\.-n that the
undersigned, desiring <> engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PUNCH AND .Il'I'V st 336 Miracle
Mil,- Coral Gables, Florida, intend to
nan Ith the Clark of
Court of Dad-- County,
WILLIAM SCHWARTZ.
RCTII SCHWARTZ.
;2 22-29 : 5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, de.-iring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ...
Roal at 34S Miracle Mile, Coral I
Intend to refjlater said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, llorlda.
ALBERT II FRIEDMAN and
ROSE THELMA FRIEDMAN
12 '1-"-15-22___________________
NOTICE OP DlbSOLLTION OT
PARTNERSHIP
Philip Cai
M
I

I
Bloom. __
B1SCAYNE MARKET
ROBERT BLOOM
run.ip \nt< '''.
HUTNER 'i HUTNER
so? (ilyir.i-ia l'elg.
Mism Floytda
12/1-22 "*""
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the- undersigned desiring tc engage- m
busin. s name of
t .-. H FURNITURE O >, (Not Ine i
....-, nds to I
I name with tie C*
Dade County,
1 JOSEPH V. MONDRES
12 22-28 1/5-11
NOT,aCpEplTca?,T0EnNforNfTSaMlAKE
"'^^tV'fS""--'-^
RE kstItk'ok(,"a^No 2M2-
ROBE LIPBITZ,
Deceaaed
ol>Sv3B,,S! ft2S "" that "ave
Final Viu 2 "l'n a"*' PetlttoB for
I.... D?*ilS "* Eaecutor of the
and rh';'#'t0,ShK lffP* de,-ea-se,T
lSSl w^ ih" 2n'' ,,av "' J-'nuary.
K wTv^i'v'1',.'" ,h" ^wrable w
cm, ,A n mh :",u,"v Jud*" of 1)ad8
till '' l'"rWa for approval of said
S5,7""^, .anrl '"' fir'al SlaehirWlS
This 2>tth day of November. 1H0
EI.RT STOVNH''rON ''K"N' '"'S'TZ
1010 Ocngress Bldg
**,or,"y for Executor
12/1-1-15-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN- c.NST,,CE--TO CREDITORS
I<7 \', '" NTV n-'IXJE'g COURT
rTrnirS PDR "AI'K COUNTY
tMN "" N PaoBATE, No!
In Re: ESTATE OF
SIMON BBRGER
Deceased.
Tl?A"..V'r':,li"""H an'1 A" Persons Hav-
Sltat? "r 1>emnI"1* Awinst Said
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
SfV! SI,M.N BBBatm. dec-e^ecl.
Ute Of Dade County norida. to t|.
of I.J5- c n,'AN"roN- '""<> Judge
?! L."d'" ,(,.'""">. and file the same
in his office in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the rirst publication hereof. Bald
claims or demands to contain the
<;,I address of the elaimant and to
le- sworn t<> and presented as afore-
said or .s;,m,. win i, barred Sea
133 Probate A I
Date Dec, IS, A.D. 1950.
LOLA CAROLINE BEROER
As Administratrix I'um Tes ta-
me n to annexe of the estate
SIMON BEROER Dec eased
BERICK ,v SHAPIRO
Administratrix
12 15-22-29 I 5
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
I'1 IR I'M >E e'e iL'NTY Fl,c IRDA
IN CHANCERY, N
ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT and
MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE,
Plali tiffs B K. PACKE1
------------ PACKER, hi- wife, el al
I >efendanl
TO: B. KV PACKER and
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
tht undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fietitlous name of
mi aC ?i ''"' '''"'" ,|"" Drive,
Miami, Florida. Intend to register
S5" ,na-m" wi,n "'- Clerk of the
Circuit (>,urt of Dade County, Florida
MARIAN FREEFIEM)
CHARLES M. PREBFTELD
Owners
12/1-3-16-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
rh.. igioo at 1921 coral Way, Miami,
Ma, Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dado
County, Florida.
GUY I. GOLDSMITH
Ilfl+IM* J KLATACKR
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,k ri''K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage I"
business under the fietitlous name of
.Normandy Beauty Salon at 11M Bver-
glndes Concourse-, Miami Beach, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of tne Circuit Court of Daue
County, Florida
FRANCF1S MITN1CK
Sole Owner
BKRICK & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Itoad
12/1-8-15-22
PAi 'KER, his Ifi. If he
if alive, and if dead;
na having or claiming
an interest In the following described
lands, as heirs, det itees,
creditors, grantees ->i
claiming under li. K. PACKER and
------------ PACKER his wife, if
married, or otherwise, to-wlt:
Lots 10, 11, and 12, In Block 20,
ELIZABETH PARK, according to
the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 4 at Page 195, of the- Public
Records of Dade Count;. Florida.
You, anci each of you, are notified
that a suit has been brought against
you by ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT
and MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE, and
you are hereby required to file with
the Clerk of the above named Court,
at Miami, Florida, your written ap-
pearance and defenses, If any and
eerve a copy of your written defense,
if any. on plaintiffs' attorney, on or
before the 12 day of January, 1951.
in default of which a Decree Pro
Confesso may be entered against you.
DATED: December 13. 195".
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. BTOCKINO
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiffs
s23 Seybold Bidg.,
Miami, llorida
a a i ".
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES i'OURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
F-LOKIDA IN PROBATE, No
2707S
In Re: B8TATE I IF
MINNIE SCHWARTZ,
I..... CSe'l.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands whi< h you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MINNIE SCHWARTZ de-
i. late of Miami Beach, I >ade
County, Florida, to the Hon W I-'.
Blanton, Count) Judge of Dade County,
and foe thi fflcc In the
Com ihouse In i lade i bounty,
Florida, within eighl i
from the- elate of the first pill,.:
' Said claims is to
contain the legal Idn I
ant ancl to be sworn to and ented
will be b
S< e Sei '."ii 120 of th- 19
Act.
Date No> V.D
RICHARD FRANK,
\ s Exi tor c i
mi. j,- of MINNIE SCHW .: 7.
i......ased.
P.M.LOT, SILVER, TATHAM,
ABDO & MULLOY
Attorneys for Exi
12/1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JU1 KJE'S O lURT, 1 >ADE
COUNTY FLORIDA.No J4
RE: ESTATE OF
ROSE MELINW IN,
eased
NOTICE la hereby given thai I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of the
estate of ROSE MELINSON, De-
ceased: and that on the 2nd di
.Ian., 1951. will apply to the Honorable
W. V. Hutnlon, County Judge of
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report ancl for final discharge
as Executrix of the estate of Rose
Mellnson. deceased
This 24 day of Nov. 1950.
OERTRUDE PERSON.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Flxecutrix,
1023 Seybold Hldg..
Miami. Florida
12/1-8-15--J
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADF;
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. M021
RE ESTATE I iF"
M iURICE DICKLER,
:
NOTICE :- hereby given "hat I have
y final report and petition for
Final Discharge .,- E of the;
estate of MAURICE DICKLER, de- j
and that on the is day of
Jai.ua- y 1951 wl the Honor. ,
,1,1. W B. Hlanton, County Judge
of ] for a)
of said nd for Una
-ix of the F:state of j
MAURU 'E DICKLER lei eased
This 13th d .'.-
:lia DICKLER
BEN ESSEN
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
rued, desiring to sag i
, ..
Polly
Beach, intend I J*J
with U
!*KUMBLE and
SAMUEL ROSENBLATT
K SHAPIRO
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT
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Sole Owner
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
!-:, >RIDA IN PROBATE, No. ;
ITE -I-
. :n schai
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-j- -, and All Persons II.o -
ing lalau r Demands A--
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1 and required to preset.:
which >
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In his ofl ounty
nths 1
late of
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERFJBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the f: .
OPA LOCK A HATEWAY INN located
at 1271 'pa Locka Blvd., Ops L>
Dade County. Florida, ancl Intel
register the said fictitious name In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
ROBERT L. HAMILTON
II'24 12 1-g-U_________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given pursuant to
if the Florida statutes
he underslg ng to en-
gage in business under the name of
BIBCAYNE MAKKKT at SI II B < :
Blvd., Nlaml. Inti Iter the
said name with the Clerk
il Court of I iade i 'out l I
PHILIP LENARD
ROBERT BI>X>M
ALOIS SCHAPIRO
HUTNER .v HUTNER
I : I itympia Bldg,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Till-. CIRCUIT COURT OF TUP.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
VTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
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EVELYN :. VS.
RAYMi 'ND I. RUSSELL,
Defendant.
RAYMOND I. RUSSELL
Airways
Columb:..
Berlin. Germany
y,.[- ...-. !..: by required I
of
tiffs Attorney,
in the Ofl 'he
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lay of

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