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The Jewish Floridian ( December 29, 1950 )

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ihdlie\wiislh-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 23-NUMBER 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS $35,000,000 Loan Granted Israel For Agriculture Israel Must Be Prepared, Yet Must Provide For Growth, Sharett Asserts WASHINGTON, (ITA)—The Israel government announced'• the successful conclusion of negotiations with the Export-Import Bank for a credit of $35,000,000 for the expansion of Israel's agriculture and the production of fertilizers. Ambassador Abba S. Eban expressed thanks for the attention with which the bank examined Israel's needs. Mr. Eban Isaid -Approval of the credit %  testifies both to the highly cordial Inature of United States-Israel Rations and to the confidence [felt by the highest financial Carters in the productive potenItialitics of Israel's economy." It is contemplated that the new %  credit will provide essential dollar Ifinancing for equipment and ma! Iterials to be used for Israel's agricultural expansion in 1951 land 1052. The new loan follows a previous $100,000,000 bank loan [granted in January, 1949. Contracts have been signed for ESS tSSSmlS'Sfx < Oscar Gass, economic adviser to to provide some markets for export. With the new money, Israel will also construct new regional irrigation works which will add approximately 70,000 acres to the irrigated areas of the country. Part of the fund will be used to complete rehabilitation of Israel's citrus industry and for new citrus planting. Another use of the new loan will be for aid in diversified farming by which 2.500 additional farms will be established in existing older communities settled before 1946. It is also planned to I the Israel government, said that :: aid the Korean war situation may hold up delivery of some mechanical items contracted for under -.his loan. Under the new loan, Israel will establish fertilizer plants which are planned to be adequate to meet the total national requirements of all basic fertilizers and WAS Delegates some 12.000 farms in newer communities, established since 1946. Citrus Growers To Receive Subsidies Attend Parley Swope Presented Interf aith Award NEW YORK. (JTA)— Herbert Bayard Swope, noted journalist and consultant to Secretary of War Henry Stimson during World War II, was presented this week with the Interfaith in Action 1950 Gold Medal Award at a dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, attended by 1.500 notables of all faiths. The presentation was made by Bernard M. Baruch who read the citation in which Mr. Swope's achievements in fostering interfaith ind interracial understanding were emphasized. Speakers at the Sl.OOO-a-table dinner, in addition to Mr. Baruch. included Robert P. Patterson, former Secretary of War; James A. Farley, chairman of the dinner: New 1 York State Supreme Court Justive George Beldock; George A. Saltzman. president of the Interfaith in Action Committee, and Louis Nizer. author. The keynote theme emphasized by all the speakers was the need, in the face of the catacylsm of a third world war which seems to be approaching, for making real NEW YORK, (JTA) — Israel's, I Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett I this week told a press conference 1 here that in view of the height! ened tension in the world. Israel must make provision for all eventualities, while at the same time it must provide for the rapid development and growth of the country. He expressed the hope that American Jewry would realize the extreme necessity to Israel of its assistance. The Foreign Minister also emphasized the fact that Israel must bring over Jewish immigrants from various parts of the world while this can be done. "We must also consolidate our trade relations while such possibilities exist." he added. He expressed the hope that a world conflict can be averted. Addressing the same new conference, Ambassador Abba Eban reviewed the activities of the IsBronfman Honored MONTREAL. (JTA)—Samuel Bronfman was honored here a*, a testimonial dinner on the occasion of his retirement as president cf the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, after 18 years of leadership. He is now honorary president of the Federation. Morris Named Circuit Judge FRANKFURT, (JTA)—A twoday conference for HIAS repretivi s from Germany, Austria and Italy, held during the weekleard a report that 40.000 Jewish displaced persons left Ger,, permanent resettlement: r ^J^SSS^SJ^T^ United States under the' tlonal ubsldieb of the Displaced Persons Act. An additional 14,000 Jews are still awaiting admission, the report stated. M ix Nowman, HIAS European operations coordinator, told the ng that large families seekntry to the U.S. have been held up as a result of the new Internal Security Act. Procedural delays have continued for as long as 44 weeks, he added. (Isaac L. Asofsky, HIAS executive director who arrived in New York by air from the conference, said that world conditions made it imperative that 150.000 Jewish DP's be resettled " 14 JERUSALEM. JTA^-The first foreign issue of Israel Government bonds will be launched in the United1 States on Israel's Independence Day. Finance Mirus.er Kaplan, reported to the Parliament here. "Israel Independence Day is May 14. in the 1950 census. Their appointments run until January 6. 1953. and they will be subject to election for sixyear term in November. 1952. Morris was first. Crawford, third, and Giblin. fourth, in a ty Bar Association in October on candidates preferred for the posts. Morris, who is a member of the Miami Beach Zionist District and Temple Israel, is 57 years old. He owns the St. Moritz Hotel at Miami Beach and has been active in both the Miami Beach and Florida Hotel Owners Association. He previously served on the Florida Industrial Commission.



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PAGE 2 A Jet* / %  > A norkUan !" PAY : _DECEMB ER VII Say For the opening session in the Knesset following Ben Gurion's resignation. I was tipped off to come early, even if I did have a pass. The limited space in the Jerusalem Anglo-Palestine Bank Building hastily converted into the temporary Knesset Hall would scarcely hold the visitors crowding for admission. So I waited an hour on the street. Contrasting Settlers A dark brown oldster, wearing what looked like a long night-gown of striped linen, held out his hand for a donation. He might pass for an Arab, but his rose, ear locks, and humble mein suggested the recently arrived Yemenite. Several moments later two smartly dressed women passed. They spoke an assertive German, and one held in leash a handsome collie. Someone in the queue was evidiently amused. "A Yeckie gehn mit'n hoont." he scoffed. Here were two contrasting examplars highlighting the ingathering of the exiles. Each typified his and her peculiar Galut environment Can any one conceive of a greater variance in manners, in culture, in inshauung? It was as if the 10th and 20th centuries were witnessing the new Jewish Parliament snuggling with its first governmental crisis. The Yemenites Everything about the Yemenites is indicative of the exaggerated attributes that stem from centuries of oppression. They are too dark, too puny, too humble, too pious, too honest, too backward, too naive, too persecuted, too ill at ease. Their period of Galut is longer than any other in Jewish history. Yet in exaggerated form, theirs is the story of all Jewish settlements in the Diaspora. Welcomed at first, the newcomers seal off from the native residents and remain an entity separated by religion, by custom, by language. Persecution starts and makes life intolerable. Subsequently emigration that is tantamount to expulsion ends a residence that was more or less a sojourn. Ezra's Curse No group of Olim is more content. For them Yemenites and Yeckies in Israel By HARRY SIMONHOFF austerity rationing is duck soup. A tent camp in Israel is paradise compared to the wretched hovels of Yemen, the land which Moslem civilization has not advanced since the days of Abraham. How do these humble pietists account for such a cruel persecution? Thev answer out of simple faith. When Ezra the Scribe came to urge their ancestors to return with him and help rebuild Eretz Yisroel, they laughed him to scorn. In those days they were too prosperous, too well established. There was about as much point to their foresaking Yemen as for German Jews to emigrate before Hitler rose to power. So Ezra put a curse upon them. For 2500 years they had to suffer grievously for disregarding the great Sophcr's command. Galut Taymon Of course. Ezra never traveled 1800 miles from Judah to Yemen. But like all folklore, this legend contains a nuggest of profound truth. Its conclusions are in agreement with the Prayer Book. For refusing build Mt. Zion they had to undergo the most degarding humiliations. Galut Taymon was the atonement for their sin. the price for their deliberate choice of homelessness. But the long exile is over at last. The Yemenite Jew had never seen an airplane. Yet 50,000 men. women and children never faltered nor hesitated. The 4-motor skymasters of the "Magic Carpet" were the Wings of Eagles that would carry them to the holy soil of their forefathers, as foretold by the ancient prophets. German Yeckies The name Yeckie. which East Europeans hang on their German coreligionists, is hardly a term of reproach. Evidently German Jews enjoy this good humored razz, since they refer to each other as Yeckies—and not without a certain clannish pride. This nickname would indicate that the cleavage of centuries between East and West is not yet closed. For even in Israel, the first generation remains socially apart. But their children become full fledged Sabras. Their Contribution Political might rests in the jority, with Lithuanians and'crechfre^r^ 63 "• selves a sort of superior administrative 'w 8 theni -' Germans, like most minority grouns „nli • The Dolitical oower. renr-h .. &f ££? na We to attaj! economics insteai They own the good hotels, the invite 7** !" **t attractive shops. They tend to ura Ws, me most attractive shops. They tend t ura nts, and talk in their German vernacular nf k gregal 'oii that with the passage of years assumo ^ da nostalgia. Their offspring, however rZ (pr a lst 'ul Hebrew of the land. prefer ,n <> n w This clannishness is generally resented v East Europeans will readily grant the valuahil ** tribution of the Yeckies to the life ,, ra fr? are credited bringing i syste efficient organization—qualities not con !" !" m the East European. Cafe life in T?f CUous Avi loungers sitting by the hour at tables on the si,wl h is a direct importation from Vienna. The innnuT* 1 1 of fashionably dressed women sipping coffi.*! swanky hotel bars was introduced bv the rf from Nazidom. But they also introduced clean*? ficient, and attractive merchandising with V windows neatly trimmed after the models of JW and Hamburg. The shopkeeper from the ?„'K village had to imitate or drop far behind his moT. up-to-date business competitor. !" A Peculiar Parallel The strange thing is how the fates of Jewries in Yemen and Germany are in essence so similare cept that each persecutor betrayed his vile instinct* in his own brand of abominable cruelty Thf wretched Arab, with a secret suspicion of his filth and baseness, endeavored to build up his saeEin. morale by degrading the Jew lower than his own zero nadir. The beastly Nazi experienced sadistic thrills in the smell of, blood, in the shrieks of his tortured, dying victims. As a consequence, Jews out of both lands are devoting their energies rebuilding their own ancestral home in Israel. For Home Cooking For Home Baking LITTLE SAM'S MEAT fc DAIRY RESTAURANT Delicious Jewish-American Home Cooked Meals Specializing in Full Course Meat or Dairy Dinners New Location Open 4:30 to 9:30 P.M. 441 41st St—Ph. 58-9563 Air Conditioned Greater Miami civic and religious leaders joined Friday night in an official welcome to Dr. Joseph R. Narot as spiritual leader of Temple Israel. The need for renewed faith to meet the demands of the critical times was voiced by both Dr. Narot and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. president cf the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, who gave the installation sermon. A packed temple attended the rites and participated in the reception honoring Dr. Eisendrath following the ceremonies. Shown following the service are (1. to r.) Judge Harold B. Spaet. Jules Pearlman. past president and chairman of the installation program; Herman A. Binder: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of the temple: Dr. Eisendrath: Dr. Narot: Dr. Bowman Ashe, president of the University oi Miami; Monte Selig: Ben Slote: and William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Among the dignitaries were Mayors Harold Turk of Miami Beach and William WoHarth cf Miami. Asa0l | ated ,.,„,.,, Mrs. Weinstein To Review Samuel Book Mrs. I. M. w will reDecember 29, at 1:15 p.m. at Temv • .v 'The Gentleman and the pie Beth Sholom. by Maurice Samuel at the second meeting of the Friday Re\ I W, a cultural project sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah. on Friday. The public is invited to attend these reviews, which are held the >nd and fourth Friday of each month, according to Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, chairman. A small fee is charged for non-subscribers. ^^^^^^^S^HSlSfSS Day Workers $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Avo. 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gaiDAY. DECEMBER 39, I960 vjenist FhrHiir PAGE 3 A m e \s l'oar's Eve Party Will Open Homecoming Service %  lialeah-Miaml Springs* i C enter MiamiBea hjev i •' w Year's eve party will o.#l h~o i., e newly constructed Hiaffi-Mtoml Springs Jewish Cen950 East 4th Ave., Hialeah. lounced by Phil Lyons. Gelvan, builder of the ,7,,-,-v and Mrs. Gelvan will ,. the affair, which will an original playlet and 5h0W by Mrs. William building is 100 feet by 60 ,1 includes kitchen facilii a large auditorium which can be divide d into Hebrew and Sunday school classrooms by adconduct its annual homecoming justable partitions. liege youth The group, which received its f v h v!L C0 £ m n y n !" *K' Decharter in April. 1948. now boasts ann,?n JH'K^KKP m lt Z** a membership of 80 families. A ;"" n -ngLehrfull program of leisure time ac""l"".^"tivities is being organized under sla 'lcipate in the rites the direction of Jerry Carver of i' rc ,V' ,n:,1 J Abhn. Joan Oshei the Jewish Centers Association '' :lv!1:s Schermer and Morton rector of a lale Jewish variety staff. Already in formation are Smith. and dii y show. an after-school program, youth Emanating from Harfenist Resgroups, a orchestra. Schachter Launches Jewish Disc Show Jacob Schachter, originator of Jewish radio programs in the Greater Miami area, is celebrating his twentieth year in radio with another first. He Is n iw Miami's and perhaps the nation's first dichoral unit and an Card Party Planned taurant, 1381 Washington Ave., A caid par'. ..: sponsored each night from 10:30 to 11:30 Mrs. Max Goldstein is overall by the Is nter on Sunday, over WITT, the program chairman of the affair. Assisting January 7. at 7 i at the center will vs and disher are Ted Robinson, social building. 3198 S.W. 24th Ten Jan Bart To Star In Plaza Revue The P'aza Theatre, Miami Bea"h's home of Jewish enierent has a gala two-in-one > and screen show for the New Year's week. On the stage, the internationally famous operatic singer. Jan Bart, will be the headliner. Bart, who has been seen here on the screen ] and on TV. will j be making his only Miami appearance, as he is booked for a ,untrv-wide concert tour immediately after his current showing. On the same bill will be Anna erg, Jewish comedienne, and Lillian Lux, lovely songstress^ Emceeing the revue will be Paul Burstein, director of the Plaza. On the screen, the celebrated Jewish star, Jennie Goldstein appears m the top role in the picture. "The Two Sisters." Shows are continuous, with the doors opening on week days at 5 p.m. and on Saturdays, Sunday and on New Year's Day at 3 p.m. chairman", Raymond Lord, entertainment; Mrs. A. Fraidlin. Mrs. I. Kornblum, costumes: Mrs. Bernard Simon, buffet. Eob Morris will serve as emcee. Officers of the group, in addition to Lyons, are Nathan Becker, first vice president; Harold Lebow, second vice president; Mrs. Ted Robinson, secretary; Mrs. Leon Silverman. corresponding secretary; John Strunin. treasurer; and financial secretary, Dr. N. Friedman. ns with prominent J> civic leaders and stars of the Jewish theatrical world; up-to-theminute Jewish news from all over ?orId; latest Jewish recorded telephone conversations on topics of Jewish interest with the listening audience. Norman R. Lyons, local attorof B'nai B'rith Women will meet ney and civic leader who is heard Jewish News and Views Around Tuesday. January 2. at 12 noon on Schachter's daytime programs ^ me World," and to interview at the home of Mrs. Essie Bergover WTTT three times weekly Drominent guests and i ea d discusman, 790 N.W. 13th Court. Lunchas newscaster and commentator,; ^ eon will be served by Mrs. Bergwill be on hand to present hisl^'on of problems concern.ng Jewman. news feature, "Up-to-the-Minute | ish life. Mrs. Charles Fidelman is chairman of the affair, and tickets may be obtained by calling 48-7325 oi 4-7104. Board To Meet The board of Sholem Chapter Norman R. Lj/ons t I uian Lux cour Carlyle Campers To Hold Reunion Campers of Camp Carlyle for B -ind Girls at Hendersonville, N.C., will hold a reunion on S December 30, at 2 p.m. Miami Beach Mun.cipal rium. Mrs. Jean Arnold, director, and two children, Pat and Charles. •:ig her sister, Mrs. Louis n Moeller, executive dif the camp and principal W i dward High School in ( innati, Ohio, is flying here; Moeller for the occan Mrs. Moeller. dancing inir in Ohio, is also a member • .e Carlyle staff. George ". n, also of Cincinnati, edit : the camp newspaper, will sent. A. A. Hayden. head girls' elor, is assisting with arnents for the reunion, h will feature square and m dancing to the music of L uis Adler and his Orchestra. L >cal campers who will attend the affair are Diane and Arthur Green, Mike Gold. Carol Fine. Cynthia and Suzanne Siegel. S inny and Mona Glasser. Marcia and Roberta Paley, Iris and Jay Thrpe. Barbara Pallot, Barbara Hass, Ruth Sindell, Barbara | R sen, Myra and Susan Glasser. Helen Liss. Mike Clein. Buddy Hayden, Dale and Norman Wasserman, Mickey Heiman. Steven Pavlow, Robert and Bonnie Goldberg, Steven and Nancy Kleinberg. Out-of-town guests will include N :.:,n Beter, Washington. D. C: Valerie Kravitz, Philadelphia, Pa.; ha Jamison, Atlantic City. N. J.; Peggy Tobias, High Point. N. C; Nancy Rosenthal. Shelby. N. C ; Connie and Richard Berns'.e.n, Charlotte, N. C; Helen and Blsa Kessler, Lessburg. Fa.: Beverly Malone, Key West; Myrna Shefftal. Gaffney, N. C; Eugene Klein and Mike Mittleman, Atlanta, Ga. 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PAGE 4 A EDITORIAL ra IDAY, DECEMHni % The .Yir Year Tho y.Mi 1:>S0 closos a halt oenluiy whu-h sumiltaiuKmsIy witnossod staaaoiinq human prOejfOM and tho b l ood l —I w,ii m tho histoiy ol mankind, Tht> l\\tnli>lh oontuiy stoitod out in great hope KM mankind As mo now oontury tlu w imd Ikon Mn niuima conviction that the human raoe was tapidly man-huiq towaid Us areat destiny MOCO and tianqmhty and stvunty and univereal Hotho:hood To the old .:<•••..•:,-.:.on that was not destinod to lonq !:od tho path o! tho poi-.v.sed land those wvw annotation in tho knowledqo that it* piv\:<-'\ would at '.o-.-..; '.,-.s; :oa< %  ':•. :he summit. The i-.ow century held pramine ol pragrooa that w\^d ekmiiKrio n lotton. and ol patka Ol Atltut* that W*M men Ol all rOCOO Omd ;-:g;o'\s into an hasmanioiM w k o l o. The ad\. nr.• •>••: ol s, woo .: w,-.s hoped wvuld knit raefl K")oan >o toco otkei and AM no* vMai ol • %  '•'• %  •' •>-•• %  .%  %  -. wa> fo the elimination >" V s ** whose soob w.e .• -v.-. .%  .. %  • t-'-'-s v.-: -v .,..., gqn m rMM • %  > >•-• ..-v aboi M w*;# that -..-*\ DM i %  %  • %  %  MranoB WT0 .\ -..-. i t .A M -h*; n o.x %  d .v % %  .•: bat. %  fee < •• OOOM ,-\ wore dammed la %  %  %  --' •• i Nc tan AM %  ;. DM lied its proa moo but M ba. biot .. ... "•' •' %  %  •' • %  .-> ore know be biamn o: •" -' -v bop* .-.* beer. -•• %  •• %  • M .-: daa >eer. :..-.neo oo.;vv.s .• .-.-: ; -.-. "-.'-..**.• a i boa B -' B | DC %  C • .' '•-• %  '•' %  %  • M I 0 : %  ii '.-V | :• .-.V -• %  .• %  %  • %  .. •• %  %  •-•-• %  %  Herbert Bayard S,v„ Dp At the recent dinner tendered by bt Br < Action in honor of Herbert BayardI was uie recipient ot the organizationc ifi "* Medal Award for his "S^^M fostering interfaith and interracinl „A1 ents I FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR!— word ft witcessed fta cmnhiiatioii of six million "ew witbout a :runnur wi^out sincere protest w :thou: •."..-rr..r.c .r.i.cr.^t:cr. cr.i w.out troubled .-.••.-?.-.f-.-.oa bOCUU.L 1 the rwente c-enrurv —a.-r..r.e rep.-oei e hu=x= heart and burncm soul. And as we stand or. ie reshcld ci '.he second r.y-srr. ^?'lr c* us —ay surr-.re Millions oi a:en sward -r. hand are ceare-d rcc borde in ererv r^a: cad re-..-: r.cok c: rde world Madness ^ -? r -~ —e rr„-ds od tie rner. bolrLno iotftaf •^"e > are ia the w-Jdemess and ^ere 3 Wo oat .re as we enter rise -ew year -: -Z-rxd w^l snow His band _n rn-s —amenc: v .%• 'mir i % %  --%^N.-S.-N.-S.-V.-^.. Capitol Spotlight Be —.. awl %  >r need tor real unity in the country Tow J2S cataclysm of a third world war is thr^L • ** Mr. Swope has been a staler?. vShS? slant enemy of bigotry, intolerance onH • for close to five decades. Wherever SoSJS of discrimination made itself manifest K 91 among the first to raise the sword Pm*Z 3 most epochal fight for decency was wh? ^* Executive Editor of the New York WorM i posed the Ku Kmx Han and drove! t As a firm befiever in democracy Mr. SwoneS that the attainment of a truly free s T at f ld! possible until the stresses and strains ansL W race religion and color are completely eSS M U V m rt Dtegra,ed and Wh le America^ world, for fiat matter-is one in which afS are equal, one m which all men can share S bread m a .pint of brotherhood cr.d amity 2 unity. As a champion of these causes he is 2 known throughout America But there is another fact to the man about which dm pubhc is less infarmed-his Jewish interS During the black rule of Hitler. Mr. Swone iS called hm^eli a "foul-weather" ImTTpfi he bonowed from Jurtice Brandeis. Yet this self called foul-weather Jew has been the staunchesi friend of Jewish cause., giving wise counsel and time with a generosity known to few. As a jouraalitf and publicist Swope lonq rec ognixed the need of presenting the Jewish point o. new to the world and realized that this requrrec a news agency devoted exclus,vely to the co jection and diribuoon of news concerning the Jewish people. And for that reason he developed a erect ctJachment w the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and it. work a rekitionshiD which began more then twenty years ago through the instru-en:n_ry of the lore Fe^x M Warburg. Along w-.-n the xrie Louis Marshal he has written one of tne_nnesr chapters — e L-story of the JTA. The bo-rrs that cz=ze ban for humenitarian interiadti. amv-.rie. are well deserved. He has a-wcys ~e.z tn-at brotberhood is a weapon of c-::r-e-cre Bur vr.e crooner hood he -:s sr:vea ID g-.re o rc-^nrry — peace nray we., re a most pocer.: werrpen ^ ie rying drr.s ohecd. ac worl f Sol •• H-r: %  *K' Oe rw -• i s V1 • 1 rw m? : -: I %  --. j fcw-.xT tk/r • rt fa ; v :.; : S SB3M %  C 21. %  ms as -. : _ros —Tr>i urar Fimdim -^ -~. c^sui :j£ £^JU^ Sc^— *j ir. m



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IDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1950 *JewlstinorkM-n PAGE 5 A hlHli Jacob Plans hyslimonlal Fr |||2,|IIIB 3lfhIoff PI • for a testimonial dinner I ,,, Rabbi Mo,s,s HesI liven by Cons l.i'.n Beth Jacob were discussed Tuesday night in the judge Bvnard Jh chairman of the affair. ,! to assist with arrangeInents were Henry J. Sonz, coihairman; David Whitman. Jos. ph Irohen Aaron Lcrner. Saul Genet. Invitations; Irving Blasberg, jourL,iWilliam Mechlowitz. entertainment; Rose Hayes .publicity: I Saul Genet, program; Mrs. Willli'am Kline, reception; Aaron Sonntag. catering. Alfred A. I Lesser will be chairman of the evening. The testimonial, which will be I held in Whitman Hall of the synagogue, will be the congregation's only project this season, | according to Judge Frank. Congregation Beth Jacob is the first Orthodox congregation on Miami Beach and is the largest Orthodox unit in the entire state. David Whitman is president. Final Plans For Academy Dinner To Be Formed Final plans for the annual dinner of the Hebrew' Academy to be held on January 14 at Temple Beth Sholom Banquet Hall will be formulated at a breakfast on Sunday. December 31, at 10 a.m. at the Tides Hotel. Councilman Burnett Roth and Aaron Courshon, co-chairmen of the affair will outline the duties of the various committees and. make plans for seating. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross principal of the academy and Dr. David S. Andron, president, will speak briefly. Young Judaea Night Zionist D Young Judaea Night : 1 leo ber 2',',. al 8:15 : H. C i chai t the I Joins Law Firm announces • in the p lurnett 412 Congress Building and 420 Lincoln Road. Fink, who is son of Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, is a graduate of Harvard Law School. S|*iiioza Forum To OOOEI ifan. H Spin iz i Outdoor Forum, on St. bel • een C Ocean Drive, M '.'.ill %  !>• n • seventeentl eason on Saturday. .! at !i l-4i' lecturi : Wolfson, found topic will bi "Th sk>n ;, formi eld in the a noon, will take placi at night. On Tui lay, Janu !'. at S p.m.. Charles H. Lee, astron : and lecturer on atomic en will give the first ol a talks on "The Heavens and the Earth." Eiln District deputy and past exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks, James P. Wendler. draws a batch of front row tickets to the gala show of stars benefit being produced by the Miami Beach Elks Lodge, from chairman of the show committee, former stage and screen star. Lew Welch. Looking on is ar.other Elk officer, David Trau, local attorney. Proceeds of the show go to the HarryAnna Crippled Children's Home located in Umatil'a. Florida, which is owned and maintained by the State Elks Association. Arthur Godfrey, Myron Cohen, Sophie Tucker, the Vagabonds and other nationally famous stars have been contacted for appearances in the show. Pioneer Women's Unit Holds Malave Malke A Malave Malke was given by Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach at the Israel Restaurant of the Nash Hotel. Mrs. Sophie Krantz presided at the affair and Mrs. Rebecca Schwartz greeted guests with an appropriate poem. Mrs. Manya Shubow read selections by Peretz, while Madame Langster recited selections by Yehoash. Communal singing was led by Mrs. Sonia Goldberg and Mrs. S. Beckerman. The group is making plans foi a dinner to be held on January 21. Sholem Lodge Will Ballot Theatre Induct New Members To Appear Hero lion 4*urion I nit To N*al Loaders B, Morrison will be installed as president of the Ben Guru n Branch of the Jewish National is Alliance at a supper at Beth El Center on Sunday, January 7. at 6:30 p.m. He succeeds Dr. Hairy Queen. Others to be inducted at the ceremony include Paul Millstone, vice president; S. Alpern, treasurer; B. Quasha, financial secretary; A. M. Dorff, recording secretary; M. Cohen, hospitaler. Members of the executive board are R. Burnstein, M. Boadin, A. Dechowitz, Dr. and Mrs. Queen. The branch holds its meetings on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at Beth El. Annual initiation ceremonies will induct more than 100 new members into Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday evening. January 9. at Beth El Center. Participating in the ritual will be Louis Heiman, William L. Pallot. Joseph Rayvis. Sherburt Weiss and Milton A. Friedman. President Sidney Aronovitz has issued a city-wide invitation to all members of Sholem Lodge who have not yet been officially inducted into the order to report to the initiation chairman at the center at 7:30 p.m. to receive instructions. The evening's program is und< r !thc direction of Fri< general program chairman is David Stuzin. Katz Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Irving Katz. formerlv of 230 1st St.. Miami Beach, will take place on Sundav. December 31. at 1 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Katz was a life member of St. Cecile Lodge of Masons in New York City and was survived by his wife. Bessie, and two sisters. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Relatives and friends are asked to be present. Fresh from a highly successful European tour. Ballet Theatre. Inc.. will appear in four performances at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium under the auspices of the University of Miami. Performances are scheduled for Friday, January 26. at 8:30 p.m.. Saturday. January 27. at 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. and Sunday. January 28. at 2:30 p.m. Soloists will be Nora Yaye. Igor Youskeyitch, Alicia Alonso, John Giiza. Norma Vance. Nan Collner, Hugh Lang and Mary Ellen Mayland. The companj its own orchesl I the entin p %  tion is under the direction of Alexander Smallens. Ticki e oi the i>"X office of the Miami Beach Audi, torium. HEALTH School Principal to Speak At North Shore Rites Mrs. lone Hill, principal of Biscayne Elementary School, will speak on "Cultural and U denominational Relationshipat the services of North Shore Jew, ish Center on Friday. December \ 29 at 8:15 p.m. The Rev. Philip Fried will officiate, and a panel discussion will follow. An Oneg Shabbat in honor of ; t he speaker will be held in the school cafeteria after th. services, BE5T mi BRAND DEFINITELY SUPERIOR! ——^—^——^^——————^ u rv • Winhwav will continue unin <"'<=' The annual decoration, at Hol.um Bakery, on South Dixie Hn J, ^ ^ ^ £ traction New Year's day. Thousand* of motorists are visiting the 0 ""* d P nign ,i y a t 8 o'clock. drew more than 45.000 person.. Choral and organ music is presented n.gn: y A Complete Health Facility in Hotel Comfort SmsMfie iMfs 1030 15th St.. Miami Beach Di. /. H. Shoulson. Direr; 24 Hr. Nurse Service Salt Free Rice or Any other Diet All Rooms with Private Eaths Elevator Service, Patios, Solaria if Tiatei %  : Si ilson ii -.I. %  h F WFEC 10:15 A.M. Sun. 2 P.M.



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PAGE 6 A •Ufcwiff. ikurkSian !" >AY, DE CEMBFP ^ << Strictly Neighbors" I^W^^^^JJ %  ^r **^^^1^B m **** ^^%' v "^sj \j( ^m v *^N,^ •V %  ^V^l Jo Ann Weiss By HELEN ALPERT HOLIDAY HEARTS: At this precise and tiny moment in time, all things seem lovely, for the beauty of any big holiday season is the abounding pressure of your beloved friends, and the renewed unity of your beloved tribe— And it's a happy thing for me to climb on the highest clouds and sing my praises of the warm-hearted wonderfuls inhabiting some of our world LOOKING BACK: Although Albany, N. Y. is five years ago, yet dearest wishes still flutter back and forth—and never-detached are Special Gals Helen G. Sutin ... for her dedicatory lines to me in her sprightly book of verse, "More Rhyme Than Reason" and Helen A. Fraser, one of the astonishing female intellects in our universe, now editing J. C. Hurewitz" "Struggle for Palestine." To you both, Thank You. Darling! for exquisite and unfaltering friendships And this includes Manhattan's Maxine Elkan, top photographer Rae Levin Chicago's Lil Harris and her bridegroom. Mickey Streller Fran Gray Peskind and her Idea-Man Dave and the tons of Dear People with Gentle Hearts who in Greater Miami have unreluctantly stripped themselves of a small slice of soul, for me. j Forgive, forgive the sentimentality, but this is the approach of a! New Year, and what it holds we blessedly do not know—and so ,|() AIIII \\ CMSS for me it's a sun-drenched fragment of time to review and to say— ., • m FONDEST WISHESIk'tPOthal I OKI To Lou Aronovitz, Selma Thompson and Miss Mack of The j M r and Mrs Jesse Weiss 227 Jewish Floridian staff—who must know how I love them ... To Biscayne St.. '.Miami Beach' anFred Shochet, for his staunch interest in Our Community and all noU nce the betrothal of their B e n WK '.' ^ y 0W 1^f n Fnday of such su P reme calibre, daughter, Jo Ann Weiss, to Irwin Bert Goldberg! .To my brilliant attorney-brother. Leo Alpert. Sawitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max and his Louise, and Martha and Jonathan—brightest family on Sawitz of Hamlet N C and Gods good earth ... To my Mother, with All My Love. Baby! Miami To Morty Gottlieb and Syd and their magnificent photography Mr. Sawitz is a junior at the cooperation To specif cameraman. Harold Kaye. who for me University of North Carolina, crept out with his Speed Graphic to shoot on those freezing mornwhere he is studying business adlngs To the Clarenont Hotel's managing director. Arthur A. ministration. Both are graduates Alexander, whose rare honesty ought to be a Light for Others' of Miami Beach High School. Paths ... To Harry and Frieda Cohen of the Hotel New Yorker for their warmth of spirit to me and my beloveds ... To the Arthur Winaricks for an untarnishable memory ... To Saul Chaftez and his Mattie because they're merely terrific ... To Bill Glick and Florence and their little fellers for all of the same ... To. R. L. Schwartz and Rose Schwartz, for being Something Special ... To Baron de Hirsch Meyer and his Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce for a cordiality one doesn't suspect until it's there—so plain to view! right on a silver plate AND MORE: Evelyn Brown Betrothal Told Making plans for an earlyFebruary wedding are Miss Evelyn Brown and Jack Alter, whose engagement was announced by the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Lena Brown, 1030 Fifth St., Miami Beach at an engagement party given Sunday evening by the parents of her fiance, the Solomon Alters, 820 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Brown is connected with the firm of Blum in & Roberts. Miami Beach certified public accountants, and is a member of the Miami Beach Business 8t Professional Group of Hadassah and the Business & Professional Group Emma Lazarus Chapter B'nai B'rith. Mr. Alter is in the furniture manufacturing business in Venezuela, South America. The wedding will take place in June. Auxiliary Initiation Set For Thursday To Observe 45th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman, 1120 S.W. 13th Court, formerly of Cleveland. Ohio, will celebrate their forty-fifth wedding anniversary on New Year's eve. Their children, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Paris and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berger, Cleveland, will be here for the occasion. Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary No. 199 of the Free Sons of Israel is hold its initiation degree on To Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk Hank Meyer and an Thursday, December 28. at 8 p m extra very extra gold-plated hope for health and happiness to the at Temple Beth Sholom. extraordinary Sam Rivkind ... To my favorite David Rosners and Speaker of the evening is Rabbi son Sam. and the Sam Slotnicks and Pinky, for enveloping me in Leon Kronish. The president, Mrs. their wonderful family ... To Tony Gross. Leo Eisenstein, Jack Sam Gordon, is slated to give her Ross, Rhoda Levine. Sid Gorchov, Toby Emanuel. Dr. F. H. Fisher, annual report. First vice presiRuthie and "Chass" Jacobson. Charlie Friedlander. Betty and dent, Mrs. David Zangwill, will Harvey and Betty's marvelous mom, Evvie ... To another Evvie, 8 iv e a history of the auxiliary latched on to Blackman. along with a kiss on the nose to Babv activities for the past year. Sandy ... To Martha and Joe Larner, to the Joseph Runtovs, to Mr sHarvey Herman is chairYolanda and John Rocca ... To Jan. Kenny Kipnic, Hy Mallinger. mar >. and Mrs. Harry Spring, coand the beautiful Murray Sonnett foursome ... To the captivating chairman of the affair. The degree Carlos and Melisa music-team ... To George and Jeanne Moy of team includes the Mesdames the new Golden Dragon for the fact that they're terrific Americans David Zangwill, A. Bookspan, And an affectionate bow to our clubby Monday evening WINZ Sarn Gordon, Hvman Babich Cy radio talk-panel, with its provcative Jonas Weiland. Nat Klein, Dr. Jacobson, H. Jacoby, E. Altman JatK Falk. Mai Englander. Reubin Clein, and temperate commentator and Harry Spring. Mrs. Sandra Mendenhall By remote control, a grateful line is here connected Jacobson is chairman of refreshto Cornell, which sends me my Hilary, to join Brett at holidavs and orients and Mrs. H. Jacoby is coStart a magical circle spinning all over again, season after season' chairman. I thank you Ezra! And the Finest of Futures to such people ; as Stevie Greer.wald Elliot Field June Keller ... and to R-.j.-.h V llr.... other genumes like the glamorous Zina Reyes, her sister Ann t n M %  I a IIS Kerman. and hvv magnificent dancing-troupe. Jerry Arthur, Johnnv ItVailY \rt It-ill Rene and Eleanor LaMarr ... For unmatched, unmatchable familvZ !" t". L friendship, the Best to You. Lou Kanter with your Martha and Joe' T ^ ng made for the UU1 Jo 6 second annual Beaux Art costume — ball to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Y on Saturday, January 20. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Jack Lampert, chairman of the affair, announces that the theme of this year's affair will be Pan Americanism with "South America Take It Away" as the slogan. Tickets are on sale at the Miami Beach Y and the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. New Feature Added A new feature will be added to Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum Hour as the program enters its third year. Rabbi Isidore Shoulson will present Yiddish sermonettes each Friday at 10:15 a.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. In these sermonettes he will report on the activities of organizations and synagogues in the area. The program is heard over station WFEC. Pat Poison | Mr. Finkelsk'in To Wed Pat Poison The engagement of Miss Pit Poison to Martin Finkelste n Z of Mr. and Mrs. Jack F nklsto 2900 S.W. 22nd Terr.. £ hS announced by her parents Jfr a ? d M MrS A M orris Edward Pota of New Orleans, La. A graduate of the University d Miami Law School. Finkelstein %  was president of Alpha Epsloa Pi while at the university He ii ; associated in law practice with Louie Bandel and Frank Solomon and is president of the Biscayw Club. Miss Poison is a graduate of the University of Miami and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. MENDELSOHN'S i RESTAURANT 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach Air-Conditioned 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! 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)AY. DECEMBER 29. 1950 ^Jenistncridian personally Speaking Visiting relatives and friends in New York, Albany and lontreal is Miss Doris Kasow, daughter of the Abraham Kasows 0 S.W. 21st Ave. Miss Kasow, who is a student at the UniIrsity of Miami, is getting her first glimpse of snow in twelve 3 %  Spending the holidays with the Norman A. Rossmans, 4455 lairie Ave., Miami Beach, is their son, Norman, Jr., student at L University of Florida at Gainesville, and Mrs. Rossman's lother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cooper of Chicaqo 1 Miss Phyllis Schermer and her mother, Mrs. Sigmund Hiermer were hostess at a brunch Tuesday morning in honor ] their houseguest, Miss Shirley Posner of Detroit, Mich. Miss W ner is a student at Michigan State, while Miss Schermer atnds the University of Miami. The affair was held at the fchermer home, 1611 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. -* Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman have as their houseguests Villa Biral Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pollack of Toledo, Ohio. The Lttesmans and their guests will spend the New Year's weektd in Port au Prince, where they will be guests at the Roosefcl! Haiti Hotel. Rabbi and Mrs. Aaron B. Seidman, who were married in few York City on November 25, are spending two weeks in Kami as the houseguests of Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer in toir new home at 1945 S.W. 13th St. Rabbi Seidman is executive %  ector of Noar Mizrachi of America. %  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schoffel, 651 N.W. 39th St., are I and Mrs. Seymour Borack of Staten Island, N. Y., and their ughters, Barbara and Marylin. Dr. Adele Hyrkin, who served as a teacher at the Lear hool for many years, is spending a holiday vacation at the a Gull Hotel, Miami Beach. Dr. Hyrkin is now a resident of few York, where she is a novelist and short story writer. %  Newly weds at the Roney Plaza until early January are h. and Mrs. Morton Silver, of Orange, N. J. The bride was the ner Marsha Krantz. They will visit Havana before returning feme. Home for the holidays is Miss Barbara Yaffey, daughter of Robert J. Yaffeys, 2074 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Miss ffey is a graduate student in English at Columbia University. + Mr. and Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz of Chase Ave., Miami och, left last week for a weekend in Havana. From there ty will proceed to Acapulco and Mexico City. Also included I their itinerary will be a week at the baths in San Jose Puera. is. Schwartz is known locally for her activities in civic and ilanthropic organizations. + Louis Gordon, 775 S.W. 21st Road, recently returned from fiicago, where he attended the funeral of his son. + Dr. and Mrs. Samson Weiss of New York City are spending Ishort vacation at the Strath-Haven Hotel. Miami Beach. Dr. leiss is executive director of the National Council of Younq tod. Guests at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, include bbi and Mrs. Alexander Rosenberg of Yonkers, New York. 1 rabbi is director of the Union of Jewish Orthodox Congations and was in charge of Jewish affairs in Germany der Gen. Lucius Clay. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin are spending a brief vacation |Fayetteville, N. C. B L Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob S. Minkin of New York are spending i winter in Miami Beach at 1550 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach. %  Minkin is the author of "The Romance of Hasidism," "Herod A Biography," "Barbarnel and Expulsion of Jews from Spain" B numerous articles on historical, philosophical and religious herbert Garfinkel, 5134 N.W. 7th Ave., was among the 427 %  ers:ty of Chicago students graduated in pre-holiday cere%  &f %  iJntf M v Tendrich wiU AY home from Ft. Jackson, S. C, to "JNiev^Yegj-s day with his family here : Donna Feldman Becomes Mrs. Ladd Miss Donna Feldman became the bride of Norman Ladd in double-ring ceremony Sunday at i fead t"h Rabb ? Munay Grauer read the service. thJrL b i id VL thc dau 8hter of the Charles Feldmans. Mr. Ladd's T Par i, nli L are Mr and Mrs. Albert Ladd, 2216 S.W. 24th St. For the ceremony the bride chose a white satin gown emPAGE 7 A Jewish Music Council Makes Flans For Jewish Music Month the Z a ? re J g f0 '' mUla,ed for According to preliminary plans, Musi Inn ["I" 06 f J wlsh 1 ach reU i educational and Svf i marked nacivic group will have one event nwrv ?n •? Januar y 20 to FebI observing the month. In addition, C-intnr 4 was announced by, there will be one communitym,n^ft m T Uel Kelemer. chairwide function in which adults an ot the Jewish Music Council will participate and one for youth of Greater Miami This annual observance was started seven years ago by the i'2 nal Jewish Welfare Board and has as its purpose to acquaint groups. Committee for the program includes Mae Weinstein. program coordinator of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, city wide For All Your Social Functions Weddings. Bar Mitzvaht, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 Ideal Diet: Holland Honey Cake Fruited or Plain Basic to Living Longer and Looking Yow.ger Delicious • Nutritious i HealiViiul Made from ingredients, considered healthful for ages: whole rye flour, rich buttermilk and golden honey superbly blended in Old Netherlands recipe. No sugars or fats'added. Regulatory. Suitable for every meal or snack. Distributed by Cochran Distributing Co. 1717 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla. Fancy Catering Weddings, Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 WOMAN with nice disposition would like to meet gentleman from 40-55. In reply please give phone number. Miss G., Box 2973. Miami 18 HEBREW TEACHER Specializing in all branches of Hebrew science, now arailable. Write Isaac Neuman 1020 S.W. 2nd St.. Apt. 6 th„ i T --••""""J oii| U ,uiii v,, "f' i nauiissaii, ciiy wide the people with Jewish music and activities; Louis Schwartzman. diw i," P lav n g of this music., rector of the Bureau of Jewish, Working with the musical counEducation, youth activities: Mrs cii on arrangements for the local Joseph Duntov, publicity ffifS a f G A .. be B *erman. Since this year marks the JeSsh r, C n, n 4 d "' eCt0r f the s eventieth birthday of Composer Rnhirt w22h Assoc,atlon ^d Ernst Bloch. the council is planfuu !" fnr?K SbUrg m US,C "V to stimulate interest in and sultant for the association. i performance of, his work s. Beth El Sisterhood Board Will Meet Mrs. Norman Ladd broidered in seed pearls. Her illusion veil was edged in lace and fell from a seed pearl tiara. She carried white orchids. Mrs. Edward Swerdlin served as matron of honor for her cousin in a gown of American beautv taffeta. She carried a muff of roses. The bride's sister, Judy, and the bridegroom's sister, Nancy, were bridesmaids in similar gowns with muffs of pink roses. Jay Ladd served as best man for his brother. Seating guests were L. Futerfas and Sidney Potluck. Miss Elene Futerfas kept the bride's book. For the wedding trip to New Orleans, the bride wore a beige and brown suit with matching accessories. A meeting of the board of directors of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will be held Tuesday, January 2, at 8 p.m. at the Beth El Center, according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president. Plans for fund-rasing projects will be discussed. Board Meeting Slated Mrs. Max Greenberg will open her home at 1100 14th St., Miami Beach, on Tuesday, January 2, at 1 p.m. to members of the board of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman of the board, will preside. Plans for fund-raising projects will be discussed. OPERA GUILD OF GREATER MIAMI Presents FERRUCCI0 Tagllavinl Supported By World-Famous Stars in the Opera ELIXIR of LOVE Jan. 13-15—Miami Senior Higli and CARMEN With All Met Stars Feb. 24—Dade County Auditorium; Feb. 26—Miami Beach Auditorium. For Tickets Call or Write 9-1332 Burdine'a 58-7575 Miami Beach Radio 3-5123 Cordelia's 5-0436 Miami Beach And. OPERA GUILD 625 S. W. 29th Rd. 3-5967 Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone: 3-1141 lk^ SasuAvu -fashions JANUARY WHITE SALE annual savings event January 1st thru 6th Check your linen and bedding needs now take advantage of White Sale prices during Burdine's week-long special event! 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PAGE 8 A fJ enisii r/c ridfiajn Anton L€b Creates Colorful World of Make-Believe In Miami IBeacli Home Tinhome at 113 Vi w U n Wi Di Lido Island, Miami Beach, • much 1 ke the surroundini edifices—neat and attractive and modern—but there is a world of difference. For it is the mi workshi p of Anton Loeb, art direct Famous Studios and illustrator of children's books. It is here that Mr. Loeb concocts the dazzling colors with which he brings to life the wonderful world of make-believe to delight children the world over. Mr. Loeb. whose new "Wizard of Oz." reached the book counters in time for the holiday rush, has also illustrated "The Little Train That Won a Medal" and "Story Time Favorites," both best sellers in the tiny tot set. When interviewed, he was working on an animated cartoon featuring Casper, a friendly spook. Mr. Loeb, who moved to Miami Beach last May, has pursued a career in both art and music since his teen age successes in fine arts. Sent to the National Academy for Design by a patron who recognized his talents, he became a scenic designer at the Metropolitan Opera at the ripe old age of 15. There, watching the famous singers, foe decided to try his own voice and become a singi r. He studied under Feodor Chaliapin. famous basso, and m ide \ his debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 1929. Shortly thereafter he .Mined the ranksof I the Metropolitan in secondary Switching from long-hair ing to musical comedy, Mr. Loeb appeared in leading parts in Jerome Kern's "Sweet Adeline" ; and "Music in the Air." A tonsilectomy put an end to his singing career, though he still sings for his family and friends, and he resumed his artistic career. He joined the layout department of Fleischer's Studios and became art director of the unit, which had meanwhile been purchased by Paramount and renamed Famous Studios. He visits New York three or four times per year for two-week periods to discuss assignments and confer with movie and publishing moguls. The father of three childrenMarilyn, 11. David, six, and Jan, one—Mr. Loeb is a doting parent, and h* makes frequent visits to the classrooms of the two elder children. There he gives chalk talks, which are enthusiastically received by the youngsters. _FRIDAY, DECEMRrr, Anton Loeb Beach Zionists To Fete Van Straaten.1 Miami Beach ZfcmhtVj Club will honor Alex Van |)n dinganmv. h( J meeting on Wednesday JT !' a 1 2:1 5 P tLincohj 2 L.ncoln Road, M.ami Van Straaten i, president! Miami Bi trict Guest speaker win be Morns A. Sk-.p. whose tL. be "A Prophet In Our Da?M a graduate of the Jewish J of Religion, hold the pJS Congregation Ohev ShaloZf lando for 12 years beforeT called to the Coral Gables I Center. In Orlando, he sen president of the Zionist 0i_ tion of America and BnaiW He is presently serving j board of directors of the Gables Zionist District ant budget committee of the Gn Miami Jewish Federation. Toastmaster will be Shapiro. Israeli news repc be given by Charles H LeJ] Israeli singing will be le|] Jacob C. Fishman, Assisting Shapiro with rangements are Daniel M. I Paul Eisman. Jacob C. Tit Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Prosterman and Irving man. 14 Miamians Will Cancer Institute Attend JWB Meet Head'Makes Report Greater Miami will be repreted by H delegates at the E xth annual meeting of the Southern Seel n of the National Jewish Welfare Board to be held n Cl arlesl n, S C on Janu 13-14, according to Leon Kaplan. esident of the Jewish Centers Ass i iation of Greater Miami. ti s who will represent the Jewish Centers AsSOCiaI n, one of 325 affiliated with Steady progress during 1950 JNF Leaders Laud Hebrew Academy National and local officials of the Jewish National Fund paid visit to the Hebrew Academy was reported last weekend by J. Friday a f te rnoon and expressed Gerald Lewis, president of the their admiration and pra ise for Dade County Cancer Institute. Biggest event of the year, he said in his annual report, was the agreement with Jackson Memorial Hospital to use the in, s facilities for a tumor clinic. The clinic has been operating JWB. the national association of continuously since April." Lewis Jew ish community centers and I revealed. "The weekly seminars VM & VYHAs. include Mr. and \ being conducted by the physiMrs Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. ] cians have provided treatment for M.iton Sirkin. Mr. and Mrs. Leon | many thousands of patients." Kaplan. Leo Sheiner. Abe Cutler. Gus Jacobson. Maurice Grossman. Mildred Arnll. Dr. and Mis Samuel Gertman and Ben Essen. Delegates will examine the center's place .a furthering an appreciation for the democratic way of life through its forums, youth councils, recreational facilities informal recreational programs. Mr. Kaplan said. i on the convention program, he declared, will be plan( r the maximum cooperation local centers :i and JWIi's | i f service to 1 med JWB. he pointed out. is' %  meel -riji the religious. welfare and morale needs oi I :.:.. -1 in the armed He further announced that Lewis said that plans for a cytology laboratory are nearing completion and the activity will soon be under way. "Our research activities have been conducted by the University of Miami and all money which has been allocated to us by the Walter Winchel Damon Runyon Foundation has been allocated to the University of Miami and the University of Florida for research purposes. "In deference to the American Cancer Society we did not conduct a public appeal tm funds this year. We were fortunate to be the recipient of nearly $100.000 from the estate of the late Anna B. Hunter and thereby replenished our working capital." Lewis was re-elected president of the institute for the fourth the educational and cultural program of the school. Among the visitors were Mendel Fisher, executive director of the JNF; Arthur Shutkin. Southeastern regional director; Leon J., ^ have done here Jn Ell, president of the Greater Mi| scnoo i_" ami Council; Daniel M. Broad. Addressing a special Jewish National Fund assembly held in the auditorium of the academy. Fisher said "Miami should be proud of the Hebrew Academy for it is building the future Jewish generation. Nowhere else in southeastern United States have the Jews of America demonstrated their complete understand\ ami s'udent and comic e ing of Jewish problems and the will head the entertatamai „„„,! < %  „,.o !" r,ctr,„.tmn in Israel Tylers orchestra will pla; Beth David Wome Will Hold Dance New Va: eve dnnce andi night buffet supper will be| by the Beth David Sisterta the new synagogue, accordn Mrs. Frank A. Rose, pn Mrs. Irving M. Rosen is c of the dance committee. Larry Wilde. University oil need for reconstruction in Israel this dancing. Reservations are being The assembly was conducted by i by Mrs. Roa Mrs. Max Bergi ; lj treasurer of the Miami group, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, dij and Mrs. Harry Gordon. PlansI Dr. David S. Andron, president j rector and principal of the acabeing made to accommodate f of the academy. demy. persons. id table discussions on ap-1 consecutive term. ; hes t.i Jewish centei proOthers named to office were mming today will highlight the 'Leo Ackcrman and Leonard Wien. Sunday m rning sessions of the annual meeting. The Charleston Jewish Community Center will be hosts at an Oneg Shabbat to be held on Saturday afternoon, January 13, to be followed by a reception. The hospitality committee of Charleston has also arranged a tea and guided tour for the wives of the visiting delegates. In conjunction with the sixth annual meeting, the Southern Chapter of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers will hold its annual institute on January 15-1§. Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Jewish Centers Association of Greater vice presidnts; Mrs. A. C. Courie, secretary: Herman Binder, treasurer; Mrs. Benjamin Akin, assistant treasurer. smTTUJITt Person Sought Miami Section of the National Council for Jewish Women is seeking information about the present whereabouts of Simon Fried, about 65 years of age, whose last known address was 155 East 48th St.. New York City. He also at one time lived in the Hotel Charles. Springfield. Mass.. and the Normandy Hotel, Miami Beach. This information is being sought in behalf of a relative, Miami, is president of "the chap-j Carna Bretler, now residing in ter. and Mildred Arrill. program Jerusalem. int of the YM-WHA of MiI Anyone having information of ami Beach, is program chairman I Fried is asked to call the council of the institu-. ice at 3-6554. Current Rate Is lVg% fgfflD') OUR WISH IS SINCERE ... and it can come true! We've helped lots of folks sate their way to greater security %  we'd like to help you. 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PAY, DECEMBER 29. I95Q ,e Boxes Will lunch Polio Drive Lrch of Dimes collection boxes [being placed in more than Greater Miami business IPS this week as a prelude to |jve to raise $250,000 in Dade Iphasizing the need to meet leoal in the face of an inking number of polio cases rring in the county, Circuit |e George E. Holt, county [ %  man. explained that there [an unprecedented 191 cases |he disease in the county Tgh December 22 but that [one death resulted. Jjie Dade County Chapter of %  infantile Paralysis FoundaIhas spent $158,096 for treat: of these people," the judge "and we are $25,000 in debt \e Variety Children's Hospivhere many of these victims treated." jde Countians can make conItions immediately, although Hrive doesn't open officially [January 15, Judge Holt said. jks should be mailed to March Ernes. 148 West Flagler St. ] said that an effort to solicit f from every home in Dade Ity would be made. Business fcrofes.-ional groups are also Ring members, and coin cards filled with dimes by school pple Israel Women fleet Tuesday lerhood of Temple Israel will its monthly meeting on Hay, January 2, instead of lay, at 1:30 p.m. at the temIccording to Mrs. Max Meisel, pent. meeting will mark the ay of temple sisterhoods, ding to Mrs. Nat Williams, *Je*istfk>ricn* ^T£ t %V^Z^^l^^:i^X^^ Beach Jewish Center PTA at the nd board membir. of the organization Sittint, II 1 Mlan V, B ch •• >• newly installed officers tar,: Mr. Irring Lehrman. Sg£SgffS& iS^ XJS^ SS^X: ? !" r"?^ -rehood president. Standing (same order) are Mrs rl ^ president; Mn, Ira C. Walsey. sisterCypen. recording secretary Mr R" „!H I !? ?* ^ u 9 erman sec "d "" President; Mrs. Irving —Associated Photo program chairman, and members I Miami Cantor Tn bs. Tea: 2 lbs Spices. SINGLE PERSO\S ARE ALLOWED HALF: ^CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! Jt Per lb for.h y Ur ""-Packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only fc' 'fleet of F, your P arcel to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of %  "•""B to pay th. Jn urt < l,rael duties prepaid here 16c per lb ) Your r<:.it ves have ." ncr e. (Outside Metropol. Area charges for self-packed parcels sliohtly higher.'/ • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCLL 17I <| lb S11.75 4 lb Meat 6 cars Milk 1 IB. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Oil 1 lb Egg 1 can Sirdmes 4 01. Tea -s He'-shey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Scup 2 lb. S -gar Powder (18 ejgs PARCEL 16 2." lb S12.75 1 lb. Cocoa lb. Dned Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup PARCEL 19J lSlb S18.75 6 lb Meat 6 cani %  2 lb. Butter 2 ib. Margarine 2 ib. Veg Fat 2 Ib. Rice Split Pe3S 2 Ib. Sugar 1 Ib. Prunes 1 Ib. Coffee 1 IB. C0C31 lb. Creese 1 Ib Oil 2 cars Salmon Si": "es 10 Loilyoops Tei %  ,6 Bars H srthsy Choc : 4 pkg. N;odle So-; I 3 Ib. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 Ib. Butter 2 IB Oil ; b. S.-gar 2 Ib. Lima Beans 2 Ib Barley _• 3 Egg Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 18-|5 fc S12 50 6 Ib. Meat 3 lb. Butter 1 IB Caeca Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. : ib. Coffee • lb. Cheese BRAND NEW WIco Refrigerator $ 240.OO Plus duties 5 l 95lWESTLNGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS C" No import license l^'yNo r.d up* FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO NEW YORK OFFICE; 145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y. MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 377 BLAKE AVE., B'KLYN 12. N. Y. Seven (7) other high class food parcels, "lightning fast delivery" from two to four days, containing up to 7 lbs. of Meat. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. Farr Tours Roney Plaza 2315 Collins Avenue Tel. 5-S327 5-5328 Uptown Office 6638 Collins Avenue New ... all five 1951 Westing, house Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape Inqjire at the FARR TOUI CIGARETTES and SOAP $9.95 $3.99 200 Cigarettes incl. duties and delivery 6 bars fancy face soap 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soap, inclusive duties and de



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PAGE 10 A +Jeni*tf*>r*jian I^Il£ECEMBER; ForstVr To Speak %  lir February 8 Arnold Forster, national director of the Civil R '.iiia Division, Anti-Defamation League of B'nal BVith and author of the ADL'a best seller "A Measure of Prei ('..in," will !>!• featured speaker at ;i communitywidc meeting %  > 1' l'i l.l February n ;ii ><: IS p in. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Auditorium under Ihe sponsorship of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nal B'rith. 'ill.' evening's program will commemorate the tenth anni\ %  ) \ .i the establishment <>f the Florida Regional Office of the ue, Arnold Forster is chief counsel lo the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'I ith and Its director of %  \ I rights. Assisted by .1 skilled I. gal st;i f r. Forster has labored 1 .!' the development of new concepts of law and legislation to use m halting the undemocratic practices of racial and religious discrimination. The talents of Fi rster and his associates have been applied to tin' preparation of legal briefs involving fundamental issues of civil rights 1 ,h have been argued before the highest state courts and beI • .' the Supreme Court of the ted States Similarly, the civil -. ights division of the Anti-De1 imation League has prepared model civil rights laws on FEPC, anti-mask legislation, non-discrimination in housing and public accomodations, etc winch have been adopted by many states and municipalities, Forster joined tinlaw departm< ".t of the Anti-Defamation League in March. 1940. after supervising for three years a group of legal volunteers who worked with that agency. In Jan.. 1946, he was appointed civil .'.s director. At th.it time he iduced thi' Anti-Defamation League's annual Survey of AntiSemitism 1:1 America, a yearly ly considered to he the most kind ;:i the counIn 1947 he edited an author: • book on prejudice, "Antilism 1947 IN PERSON! JAN PEERCE Sunday, Jan. 21st Miami Beach Auditorium Tickets Now on Sale at Miami Beach Auditorium and Stevens Travel Service 1905 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-3473 BUY DIRECT KOSHER CHICKENS Slaughtered when Ordered Under Rabbinical Supervision SAVE FROM SOc TO S1.00 ON EACH CHICKEN For your enjoyable Holiday dinner taste our choice pullets turkeys, ducks, yearlings. capons fryers and day-old eggs Herman Poultry 87 Washington Ave. 58-18*39 237 N.W. 5th St. .Miami 1 3-7584 WE DELIVER Rev. Barth To Speak Fourth in the series of film forums sponsored by the Miami Jewish Community Center will take place Tuesday evening. Jannary 2. Subject will be "Parental Authority." with the Rev. Joseph Barth as gUMt speaker. Lear Students Follow World Friendship Theme "World Friendship" has been the theme of students of the Lear S.hool throughout the month of December. In accordance with this theme, the students of Grades One Two and Three wrote and presented a play entitled "Happy Holiday in Santa's Workshop, while the junior and senior high school department sent CAKE packages to Israel and contributed food, clothing and toys to the needy children in the county. Dade Boy Scouts Re-Elect Zeientz Myron Zeientz was unanimously re-elected chairman of the Dade District of the South Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America last week. Meeting in the auditorium of Temple Israel, some 50 sponsoring groups of Boy Scout. Cub Scout and Explorer units unanimously voted in John Cheatham, Jr., as vice chairman and Kenneth B. Stucker as district commissioner. A report revealed that membership in the three organizations is "approacrrtng 10.000" boys in the South Florida Council which includes Dade. Broward and Monroe counties. Beach Zionists Will "Stump The Experts" Thursday Night "Stump the Experts" is the title given to the public meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District, to j be held on Thursday. January 4, 18:15 p.m. in the banquet hall of 1 Temple Beth Sholom, according I to Alex Van Straaten, president. Participating in the program i will be Norman Lyons president j of Coral Gables Zionist District, I as quizmaster; S. A. Goodman. I vice president of Miami Beach Zionist District; Sydney J. Greenberg, education chairman and professor of Hebrew at the University of Miami; Harold Shapiro, toastmaster of the Zionist Luncheon Club and narrator on "Builders of Israel" radio program; and Louis Schwartzman, director of I the Bureau of Jewish Education I of Greater Miami. Seymour B. Liebman is program chairman. Assisting him with ari rangements are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Glasser. 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3A Y, DECEMBER 29, 1950 [liege Students Take Part In th Sholom Forum irnund-tnblp discussion on the 1 -The College Student's AtP Toward War and Civil B r e ties willhighlight the al Onefi Shabbat in honor of coming college students to feld on Friday evening, Deer 29, after the regular servi Temple Beth Sholom. irticipating in the discussion ]be Stuart Kohn, David LesIvickev Tobin, Joy Berick, Lid Ansin, Jules Arkin, Stan\rkin. Carol Fenias, Marvin Jman, Beverly Sherman, RosSolosko, Arnold Straus, West in. Herbert Krensky, tan Greenglass, Jordan MilJloria Shapiro, Edgar RothStanley Pied and Bernie man. Leon Kronish, spiritual g of Temple Beth Sholom, lead the discussion. +Jewish fhrUtUJ PAGE 11 A Ibbi iters Group To Coburn School H. Terry, headmaster and r of Coburn Day School, has {ided the use of the school sjo the North Beach Jewommunity for its leisure time ;, according to Mrs. Sol fcolies. temporary chairman : newly formed North Beach [of the Jewish Centers AsItion. building, situated at 1000 fTJjjve, Normandy Isle, will Ised for such activities as nics, dramatics, discussion |>s, dancing, arts and crafts, meetings and after-school tarns. bn Kaplan, president of the %  h Centers Association, said [the community owes Mr. a vote of thanks for "his erful cooperation." hdy Polansky is area di' BUILFORD'S fOULTRY CO. §01 N. W. 8th St.. Miami LOWEST PRICES ON POULTRY! I Shochet on Premises Wednesday & Thursday 8 A.M. to 12 Noon fHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939 Working on plans for a journal to be distributed at th. u.Kr— a. J at Tempi. Beth Sholom are (1. lo r.) Mrs. Samue 1 R tterMr, ftS L*T f" Ja Uary M all pages 1 Israelite Center PTA Dr. Andron Honored Elects Mrs. Miller Dr. David S. Andron, founder and president of the Hebrew Academy, was one of 12 Jewish educational leaders honored at the seventh annual dinner conference of Torah Umesorah, a national society for Hebrew day schools, which was held in New York City recently. The Miami educator received the 1950 National Yeshiva Award in recognition of his work for the academy. J2*t jGUST BROS ftvr / o *w, Mr <* i-i IS the d£.ST Temple Isaiah Classes Meet At Coburn School The Temple Isaiah Religious School is conducting classes at the Coburn School. 1000 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle, according to Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual leader of the congregation and director of the school. Instruction is offered in Hebrew, bible, Jewish history, religion, ceremonies and customs, prayer, songs, games, and arts and crafts. Special provision is made for Bar Mitzvah studies. Parents wishing to enroll their children are asked to call 86-7384. [Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasberg Miami & Miami Beach's Finest Jewish Funeral Home 1 With DIGNITY Y.,/W RESPECT ^&>£S2*83 %  J ;"'-., our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement Ambulance Service 117.141 S-SM MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH In Philadelphia — 1512 North Broad Street COLETH HEARD. Funeral Director Mrs. H. Miller was recently elected president of the PTA of the Israelite Center at a meeting of the organization. Also voted in were S. Ezrol, vice president; Mrs. M. H. Kelman, treasurer; Mrs. M. Stussman, Mi* radii Loader To Spoak Here Dr. Samuel S. Lefkowitz, president of the Mizrachi Organization ; of Paterson, N. J., will speak be\ members of the Beth Jacob Mizrachi unit on Saturday, De! cember 30, at 8 p.m. in the synagogue. He will be introduced by Dr. M. J. Safra. A member of the Vaad Hapoel of the Mizrachi Organization of America, and a delegate to the world Mizrachi conference in. Jerusalem in 1945. Dr. Lefkowitz recently returned from a tour of Europe and Israel and will discuss his travels. ; recording secretary; Mrs. H. J. Litwin, corresponding secretary. Board of directors includes M. Aron, Mrs. D. Granat, Mrs. A Dechovitz, Mrs. H. Stock and Mrs. H. Gorsetman. A Kornreich was elected as honorary member of board of directors. TnntiM know when one or more •' theae common ailment* may eom alone and In tcrftra with your work or pleasure. So be wite—hare a plentiful supply of Alka-Seltxer •a haad for tfcaqaick relief it off era. Juet drop an Alka-Seltxer tablet or two m a gloss of water, let H flu, then drink it. No shaking •e eorrinf. BO trouble at all. At aU drag ttorea. When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time to Buy Some MORE PLDZR THEATRE So. End Collins Ave. 5-2302 Paul lam-si ein. dir. presents a "Gala Holiday Show" On Stage Starring JAN BART Singing Star ol Stage, Screen & Radio Featuring Anna Grossberg Comedienne Rabbi Seidman To Speak At Beth El Rabbi Aaron B. Seidman, executive director of Noar Mizrachi of America, will be the guest of Congregation Beth El at the late evening services on Friday, December 29. at 8:15. A graduate of Yeshiva University, he was ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary and received his masters' degree in English literature from New York University. He is a former classmate of Rabbi Murray Grauer and will spend a brief vacation with his bride, the former Shyrle Gevvirtz. Lillian Lux Songstress On Screen Jennie Goldstein "Two Sisters*' Continuous Performances 3 Shows Sat., Sun.. Mon. — Doors Open 3 P.M. 2 Shows Daily — Doors Open 5 P.M. stKvrNO sarigiEfriis^MH^ ot every ttmmeripUom INTIN6 Vewtsii Flcridliari jmntirHal Printing Department 120 N.E. Sixth Street, Miami Phones 9-6708 — 2-1 Mr JJ^f an estimate on all ytmr printing needs r -H..f hy ROBERTS PRINTING CORPORATION '*' • SOUTHERN ARMORED SERVICE. INC. Now Serving the Greater Miami Area Safe, Courteous. 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Ili^wiislb-IElliOipidliigyn g^^XT FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1950 SEC. B &f rictive Membership Clauses In Judge Sam Silver His Social Groups Cause Furore Named irnaiH'rith flip 1 J r Council President challenged by several student groups and the college daily newspapers, according to the article. Wisconsin's student board, one of the dissenting groups, met in special session and established an emergency committee on human cTON (JTA)-Restnctive L* Ihin clauses in fraternity %  constitutions have issue recently on sorority a major &an U Science-Monitorr^ScMimitmemberS;!! racial and religious fctions fcavo'b few for many years, but "have they stirred up so C concern as at present, the Lrt points >ut. Lvean Columbia. Wisconsin have made rei attempts to meet this probNonehad immediate success. in the Daily Cardinal termed the regents' action "inadequate, narrow, and antiquated." A somewhat milder plan at Northwestern University met as little success. Northwestern's Interfraternity Council reluctant for reform as Mich IFC. It beat down a measure ing the administration not to adHone bad '"•"S^JK"^ mit any new fraternity which Michigan.and Columbia took discriminatory clauses. The "1 eoiuuon was 23 t0 2 aeainst the mv Mt for reaching a soluuon, Dailv ^ rthwe8tern whi( Judge Sam I. Silvei i f West Mian I lected president of the B'nai B'rith Council i I South Florida to succeed George ': %  an, it has been annoui bv Charles R. Jacobson, exei director. Judg Silvi • president of Sholem Lod i and a chartei : lent of C al Gable? Jewish Center Hi gi aduate of thi : Miami Law School and has served on the adoption committee of the Dado County Bar Association, presents t Welfare Board in all adoption | rigs Others i ted t ffice were Polish Cultural Group To Fight Illiteracy With Marxist Teaching LONDON (JTA)—The recently established Jewish Social and Cultural Union of Poland, which ntrolled by Communists, has d a statement of aims which include the "eradication of ilrij Pol 1 ching here from Wai state. The union als -, announced its intention of creating schools %  %  i x st and Leninist" rig in ted, Dr. M. %  %  n said tl I •. .. j. 'Ud be built in : Yidd hed in Poland. pr. A. J. Kaolan. %  umii"'-: ;-" r ?-, d pntiThe Daily Northwestern, wnica BiS^SSiSSt Played a key part in the anl Wu re v v,. .s Tn w ch to clause movement, commented USt f ? hhi^cTauses Alan editorial: "We're disappoil Itenselve ; b %  fgSTJift in the action of the IFC. Bu: i T :V ud be barred >tiU think the principle is S ultimatum MUW be Daiiea Qrm discrimin v PU TmnuTLw at I Practices that will be effective Is : vc campus law at P d fraten rmmUtees must'themselves. An anti-discriminanm.tteesmusti n imp „ se( i „n fraternitii b their approval. | w i] moct with resigtance) n t lere is n it assurance that this success BUS V. &S£3£i Others on campus were nol tng opposition, the article says. (Michigan, the Interfraternity fficial spokesman [fraternities, labeled the plan bmpletelv detrimental to the bgram set up by IFC." As a nterplan. the IFC voted to fuse recognition to any fraternnot making an effort to rid J constitution of discrimination. %  the controversial question of He limit was ignored, the Monireports. he proposed six-year breathlenient with the IFC. Residents of Asbury Hall, Northwestern's international male dormitory, accused the council of preaching "doctrines of discrimination." The Asbury resolution declared: "If reforms are not within the power of the students, we feel that the administration should institute them by barring from student privileges those organizations that feel they must persist in upholding the doctrines of discrimination." rperiod was designed to silence lose fraternities which claimed constitutional changes could (effected without going through •proper national channels. The Echigan Daily declared: "The Jief targets of time-limit presireare the clause-favoring blocs national conventions. Local kapters should welcome the presireasa means of subduing these iocs. Alone, University of Michip chapters would fail. But they not be alone. More schools y.'.l follow. \V:thin six years, the removal of the clauses hould be so united that few lational fraternities would be Ible to hold out." [At the University of Wisconsin, student-faculty proposal was fimed down by the school's board regents. Monitor reports. The pan was inc :pointed in a human ights report, with recommend ajons that: 1 No new organizations with bias clauses be approved; 2. Continued approval of fc.stmg organizations be conditioned on a reasonable effort to rid of these restrictions; 3. fnese organizations be required 'report annually to a university Jjmmittee on human relations; 4. pis committee shall review the ptuation in 1953, if any fraternity fir sorority still have a restrictive '"Use, and recommend future Nicy, -Having turned down the report, %  Be regents substituted for it a %  resolution guaranteeing "constitupnal rights" to students of all Ifaces and creeds. Their action was Workshop Will Present Life Of Woodrow Wilson "The Story of Woodrow Wilson." originally scheduled for December 24, will be presented by Radio Workshop for Democracy on Sunday. December 31. at p.m. over station WMIE. Local actors appearing in this week's dramatic program will be Bob Brenner. Vic Knobloch. Bill Rogers, Lowell Thing and Irving Friedman. Directing the program is Mrs Gertrude Marx. with Steve Kessler as musical director. Litorature Course To Close Jan. :. Final session on "Giants in h Literature" will be held at the Adult Jewish Institutes on Wednesday, January 3, when Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss "Martin Buber, Exponent of NeoHasidism." The adult institutes are sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with all Ji wish congregations of Miami. 5 are held at the new Beth David en Mondays and Wednesfrom 8 to 10 p.m.. the first •'• %  %  i to courses in ew and Yiddish: the se hour on Monday features "A Century Life"' and on Wedmud and MidTh in languages will continue through January 10. Ce til of completion will be pre rig session nts. New dati set for the Maccabiah, gal carnival, u of Jewish Educatioi for the Je G .: imi. In Mi' %  ; %  iah \ ill be held C mn imty Cei Easl 4th on January 21 at Sheni i ••'•' • H A Park, On I ffair y 3. Flamingo Lodge To Meet Wednesday :. '•:.-. B :. truct:s I outII %  : I :. %  the A mmittire membership in the current civil deram. A tion of the lodge %  %  B'rith civil is unirection C Michael Isenberg. 2 I Flamingo The M II also hvat, on Jan22 th FOR BENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS AIo completely eauipped large Kostier Kitchen for Weddinfjs, Bar Mitzvalis, Card Parties and Lodfle Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION Judge Sam Silver Alvin Corenblum and Jack_Gold: recoi 11 etary, Dr. Lester 7:45 Gordon: ftnancial secretary. MarI vin Rauzin; trei irer, Albert J Beer; past presidents ad\ %  isory board. Mayor Harold Turk WllL. Pallot. E. Albert Pallot and George J. Bertman. Installation Will take place at the council meeting on ThuJanuary 4. at 8:15 p.m. at the council offices. 330 Seybold Building. North Shore Women To Sponsor Card Party Leo Steinman. chairman of the veterans" service committee report on the holiday part a ep Pratt Hospital in which B'nai s. m %  % %  — 1 %  frail rurcfn" %  •• ... .,.* A luncheon and card party will BVith gloU ps participate be given bv North Shore Chapter < othl .,. loca! si rv ce organizof B'nai B'rith Women at the Lin preliminary outline for tne s Fong Restaurant. 7321 Col ins fedeiat i 0 n conv. nti -n AveT, at 11 :S0 a.nt. on Wednesday, in Mia mi in April will be p.eJanuary 3. seated by E. Albert Pa lot, vice Mrs George Kimmel and Mrs. president ol thi George Kelman will be hostesses. | A plan for m Reservations may be made by | support toithe B m calling 86-2315. held be Hot, .ion. f.nancial B'rith Youth be dis CAPT. JOE'S FISH MARTS Yes—Fresh From the North This Week's Special FUmnder 19


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PAGE 2 B +Jmi*tncrkmar FRIDAY, DECEMBER White Plains Board Of Education Revokes San On Nativity Scene In Public Schools WHITE PLAINS N Y. AJP —A neat of angry .% %  %  and ihouted protests I %  nee of 1200 Bts, this small corr.mur ,f education ra forced I week to reverse itself and Christmas Natj play in the public schools The full-seal* Mttrovcrsy shook Westchester County oonv More than 60 inches of • %  ;%* %  in the local daily, plus a idHne *as given to of the monster-like atpres.— leieisal of the boa.-i > deal Thrs Ihe New V rk C. • b bad .--g-"a..y appealed to B'-a.-r: of E-;cP.-' text BoHMl tfl •,-x' %  •>• story fron .as prcarrarr White P.h.r^. public schools T '.r.r.ressed c terrassmeni ca-^sed Jev.. i.i-: I • inn lal pre Calling jpon the B ication 1 follow tl :" lurch ai L Schwartz D ; .%  %  I • in E %  '. (Education Ar. idil n the %  Russia"— i--. -T — ..-a! a:: as Chi tttmt nd £ — pressure tactics"— step towards C-.rr.rr..-.;-. Qac rr.ir. •-: :-ar. i tr.at > artat %  the school board Although the meeting lasted three hours, the school board required only 15 minutes to rescind ban The audience cheered when Board of Educat:ons' president J Robert Bonnar read a • substitute resolut:. r. A b.! h read in par*. The board hereby declares that no ban exists of the WatnrRy profOf fata Before the reversal was anr. -need. School Su; iant Pi.mer Ewing. who ordered the D m October, rose and declared .".ostile aud.ence: could have 10.000 people e and y .; In I ...road into i-y\r.:r.s against my r-.ciples I represent the chfldities. and I IT job to d On*rabbis told the -. Press that he lid apo-a! the board's le Plains J*-.'. : cooperate in a r mittee re pr es e nting all f. ; ft up by the Board f Ed%  n "suitable" Feiner Head* Beaeh MSMBS Ravmond E. Feiner waa recent-i'ected %  • pful master of Hibiscus Lodge No 275 F & AM -r nas been a resident of Miami Beach for the past 26 years and :s a charter member of the lodgeHis will be the first ad— .the $200,000 temple erected by the lodge at 955 Alton Road. Miami Beach, and now nearing completion. Other officers of the lodge include Herman R Mechlowitz. senior warden. Sidney Teller, junior warden: Nathaniel G. Kirsch. treasurer: Henry M. Waitzk.n. secretary Following election of lodge officers, the following officers were chosen for the Hibiscus Holding Company, owner of the new temple: Feiner. president: Mechlowitz. first vice president: Morris Rabinowitz. second vice president: Aaron Smith, treasurer; Waitzkin. secretary Directors include (five years) Ben Essen. Maurice de H Collegerr.an. Herbert Gutman. Ben Giller. Kirsch; [two years) Joseph Kogus. Sol S. Goidstrom. E. Albert Pallot Jacob Rabinowitz. Nathaniel Serota: (one year) Herman Popkin. Sam Shapiro. Morris. Kraut. Melville Carty. Jack Muravchick. MEAL iifom;, t9f4S**t U4MU bMh*!*? Ur£i*S rYrywbr r n S. A. MAR* v 4 CO INC Ww York -j s y %  • Mrs. Rcsenstein Hostess : nstein was f partiei ber of %  I %  %  %  11 affa was a .m by Mrs. Sonia and Mi I Bon y..-. Hollywood, Lauderdale Lodges To Initiate 60 Sixty new members of B*nai B'rith will be inducted into the order at ceremonies sponsored jointly by the Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale Lodges on Wednesday evening. January IT. at the A Jewish Community %  President Louis Oharnow of %  d Lodge and President Danart of Ft. Lauderdale will -nmittee hundred members Florida B th Lodges are expected to at' : VI nl A ritual team comprised of B'nai B"nth leaders from the area will pei form the induction ceremon. Ditr,butd Eucluti**\y by Breakstone Bros.. Inc.. 1SJ H E. 2*th St Ph B NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS Mount Nebo Cemetery Deelres to protect and c ooper at e with its present lot owners. Mount Nebo has reserved certain sections (1 and 4) for present lot owne r s only, that they may add to their burial estates such additional properties as they may desire, so that their families will remain together. In order to keep this space available for present lot owners only, it has been necessary to increase prices on this property effective January 15th, 1951. All present lot owners are urged to reserve such space as they need prior to this date so they may take advantage of present rates. HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM. Sunday. IQ.:,0 A.M. Mt. Nebo Cemetery Luncheon Group Stops Meetings For Holidays Me*" the Sh ,Iem Lodge Lunch usually held each n Restaurmt have been suspended during hdays. according to President Sidney A Luncheon be resumed on jary 9. Card Party Slated Mrs. Louis Grossman and Mrs. Sol Barnt/U will be co-hostcat a card party to raise funds for Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Thursday. January 4. at 8 p.m. at Mrs. Grossman's home. 1421 S.W. 37th Ave. 5505 N. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1950 Kneaetli Israel H omen To Install Esther Eisenstein, who was !v re-elected president of the Sisterhood of Kneseth Israel egation, will be installed at ., M la dinner on Sunday, Decem* '. 3i_ at 8 p.m. in the social hair of the'synagogue. Installing officer will be the en-,-ual leader of the synagogue, Rabb' Isaac H. Ever. Cantor Abraham Seif will head the musical program. Also to be recognized at the rites are Mrs. Eva Leopold, honorary president; Mrs Clara stock, Mrs. Rose Schneider, Mrs Belle Caplan, Mrs. Lena ,n and Mrs. Toby Jaffee. Vice presidents; Mrs. Frances Lilian, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Mitfinancial secretary; Mrs. Ethel Ever, recording secretary and Mrs. Lena Popkin, corresponding secretary. The board of directors includes the Mesdames Rose Bakst, Esther Gdrber, Rose Aster, Sarah Frank, Rav Stolow. Celia Ruppert, Bessie Mudrick, Rose Steiner, Henry Morris, Molly Wittner, Rachel Goldstein. Ida Kaplan, Mattie Sevin, Sarah Schwartz. Mrs. Celia Ruppert is chairman of tickets. Tickets may be obtained at the office and reservations may be made by calling 5-1682. Hebrew Academy Women To See Skit An original skit, written by Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will be presented when the Hebrew Academy Women meet on Tuesday, January 2, at 8 p.m. in the school assembly hall. The cast, directed by Mrs. Jeanette Miller, includes Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Mrs. Louis Ascott, and Shayne Rich, a student at the academy. "And a Little Child Shall Lead Them" is the title of the presentation. Also on the program will be a short movie of a Hebrew Academy day school in New York. This will be a first showing on the school's new movie projector, a gift from Mrs. Samuel Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, charter members of the organization, will be honored on the occasion of their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Louis Makovsky will preside. K COH6NS imitf Hrrrtitr PAGE 3 B SSSSSSJ I? L0 H "*. HER BROTHER UftO ff S 22 P£W '*** %  *> 10 TOLD .D HAVE TCfW nftfl.g-7 j F TLIKC FON WE WH COME .MOM AGREED ^ TrtOT IT WAS FOOUSH FOR UNOE LOUl* 1 TO COMC FOR A FEW OAYS AND RUSH ^""'M£ SO SHE 'NVITEO HiM TO STAY Tin. "V KAH/7 — "... A Land Whose Stones Are Iron" Ben Gurion's Trust In Torah's Truth Pays Off, Probers Discover Mineral Deposits TEL AVIV (AJP) Ben seemingly devc I Gurion s personal search to prove in the near futu the bible right paid-off last wek ing activiv with the discovery of deposits of valuable minerals hidden deep in Israel's wastelands of the Negev. The Prime Minister's hunch, which first took concrete form two years ago with his appointment of a Scientific Advisory Commission, was confirmed in a report of the last two years of developmental activity. The discovery of the vital minerals is expected to mean eventual employment for thousands of Israelis as well as help in putting this little republic back on its nancial feet. may surrender their or. i but find their secret," That was two years ago Ben Gunon ap] fie commission to find "these secrets." Recently the commission's report disclosed that probings had uncovered "satisfactory" quantities of kaolimanganese and other such minerals in the so-called "barren" Negev wastelands. Various types of granite—"in sufficient quantities for export and fiIcomestic consumption"—were also : reported. Energetic, balding Ben Gurion ; Plans are now in progress for maintained through the years that' the establishment of a road netthe Torah was "absolutely reliwork to make the most of the able" as to Israel's true potentialiNegev's hidden mineral deposits. North Shore Women To Witness "Rumor Clinic" Mrs. Seymour Satin, chairman of the Anti-Defamation League committee of Miami Beach Chapter, B'nai B'rith, will conduct a ''rumor clinic" demonstration at the regular meeting of North Jewish Center Sisterhood to be held on Thursday, January 4, at 9 p.m. at the Broadmoor H itel, 7450 Ocean Terr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Ralph Lieberman is in %  of the program. ties in hidden wealth. The Torah describes Israel as a land ". .. of oil ... a land whose stones are iron and out of whose hills thou mayest dig copper." Scorning reports that parts of Israel were completely barren land, Ben Gurion had said, "On the contrary our forefathers were not aware of the full wealth hidden in the soil of our country and in the waters of its lakes and seas. "This forsaken, desolate land." he continued, "is not so poorly endowed as it appears on the surface. Regions that are today j drought-stricken and sterile., Ben Gurion's trust in the Torah's accuracy was being expanded still further as the search for other valuable minerals beneath the Promised Land's soil continued in full force. Author To Speak At Kneseth Israel Dr. Isaac Unterman. journalist and author, will be guest speaker | Friday at 8:30 p.m. at the Oneg Sabbath forum of the Kneseth Israel Congregation. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader, has an| nounced. Dr. Unterman is the author of j 11 volumes in Yiddish and one in Hebrew. He is also author of the following English volumes: "The ( Feast of Esther." 1918: "Graphic Portraits," 1918; "The Jewish Holidays," in two volumes. 1940; "Jewish Youth in America." 1942 and "Holiday Humor," 1926. Cantor Abraham Seif will render vocal selections and lead the ; congregational singing. 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PAGE 4 B +Je*ist> ncr/dHmn FRIDAY, DECEMBER ,o ^ Soviet Jews Escape Via Underground (Second in a series of three articles) By JOE HARRISON FRIED Mrs. B. is a short, stocky little woman blessed with ten talented fingers and two healthy children. 'Chaim's" concern over Belka's, elderly Mr. Z. They hold down acknowledgment of a "gift" was, positions of responsibility in the really an inquiry as to whether j European community one is Belka had as yet informed Mr. a blacksmith another a tailor Aleph that he received S150 from'. the third is a school teacher, the underground agent with! But it is their extra-curricular which to help wedge his way I activities which baffle the U.B. As a child in Europe Mrs. B, through the tightlv-guarded Pol'! police and thrill thousands of yearned for a career tickling the ^h border! keyboard of a grand concert piano T ,.,. '„„_,.. .• ,. „ f __ thrilling large audiences with Jewlsh agents behlnd the Iron her ten flying fingers. I Curtain rely heavily upon the I integrity of the mail "drops" in Her dream never quite came i the United States. A phonv plant true Instead she. like many JewI bv Communist agents would mean ish newcomers to America, went j not only t he end of the undergo work in New York City's teemgr0 und "apparatus, but the abrupt ing garment center in order to i disappearance of the agents inobtam the necessities of life. Her side of what one escapee termed talented fingers have operated a Stalin's "gahenem" (hell). sewing machine this past score .._u;„ „„ ... .u„ „.„.,.,.,.. of vears Owing his agents the greatest __ ,. loyalty and trust, balding little Then there is Mr. Z. a fine old M r. Aleph. the Jewish Underroan known to the kids around ground's mastermind, refuses to the block as just plain "Zada." a n ow anvo ne but himself to set or years he operated a neighi ect an d probe the backgrounds borhood grocery store and watchof prospective mail -drops" in the ed the young ones grow up. marry United States. Mr. Z. for instance, and rear children. Relying heavily waa observed for months before upon the effectiveness of his Mr. Aleph discreetlv broached trusted cane the 87-year-old the possibility of his serving in Zada edges his way through this rescue network. Even then, crowded streets of the Lower East ma i] drops are on a probation Side three times daily for services basis, carefullv observed and ,, 8 synagogue. double-checked bv agents here. '• tl ons a"hough a select number Mrs. B. Mr. Z. and others like Mrs. B and Mr. Z and the others of i en U £ a e nts wh distinthem, differ little in outward aphave two strict standing rules asf*" 18 "" 1 themselves m the underpearance from the more than members of the Jewish under£ round f £' ar 1 agams l,, t he TT Nazis seven million human beings who ground against Communism. Tol dunng the V.V d !" ar "• ?, re • n the subways and pack the break e.ther might be fatal to the j sometimes called in for specific automats in the world's largest entire project m 5K2P*' • unity And therein lit their First, mail drops must maintain I.. W I th extremely few exceptions, • the Jewish under-to the operation. *?e Jewish agents work full day>n. for instance. I t lme as simple laborers in a slave trapped Jews. Maintaining regular positions during the working day, agents spend nights rounding up credentials with which to speed the trapped Jews to safety across the border: meet shadowy characters who take big risks for even bigger sums of dollar bills; contact Polish financial magnates interested in any deal that will save their accumulative wealth from the grasp of the Polish commissars. Dollars borrowed from the financiers and later redeposited in safe havens abroad in their names, are essential if illegal papers and other sorelyneeded materials of escape are to be obtained by the Jewish agents. The agents have one thing in their favor. They are hard, trained underground men whom experience has taught to trust absolutely no one. There are few I non-Jews in the rescue operand operating inside the Iron Mrs. B's children Curtain countries and which to know less about their mother's 9 facilitated the rescue of hobby than you" To discuss such than 1.000 Jews which the matters, Mr. Aleph has told his Soviet Union-dominated regimes e, would be very danfused to allow to the successful completo a ven in Isi tion of the project. Mrs. B and Mr. Z servi Secondly, the drops must never reply 1 any of the five to six eive from Europe Aleph" and the each week. One such reply could Jew ttee to resu P Sl ,!lc whole apparatus. Here live Jews trapped behind ls wh v: Underground agents are j state This is important insurance to their continued existence. Vigilant secret Polish police main i tain a constant eye for unem-1 ployed persons. How an individual can continue to exist in a ravaged Poland without obvious means of support is sufficient to result in the police extending an "invitation" for a "confidential" talk at the village precinct headquarters. To avert such invitations, the one ned t Europe and the Is t ... ... Pol. tor in the undere the agents they? What treatment of J ,nd ""*restingly enough. anti-Comworld. Apparently he ? !" ope d,ffe ; h,,le m out ward thing wrong "' I a PPea.-ances from their counterTJ^ "• the Un ted States To the s-Jv .SfS C H 0mmUn !f rage observer thev are basic! Uy spend a pi, ;; y anoth er v. • the hard0 *ingMr.Borthe t &££. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade n Curtain Through Mrs only valuable. Mr. Aleph pointed.' J f w,sh agents are busily emB n Mr Z f the Jewish ut so lon 8 as 'hey are free from i Pj>'<*. some-of them in positions un I. Poland and Rothe ras P of the U.B. state police. of considerable importance. re able to scribble coded O nce a ta 6 has been placed upon them inside the iron curtain their but packed full of value is at an abrupt end. -ciphered—to I P rotect themselves against M si tes : -' ; ssible slip-ups in reporl iress 1 Jewish agents -• in making out the rent in care of Mrs. B. Mr 7 and • Should a drop the Iron C ply to "Ch: %  | %  the the reply |d undoubtedly -.the Look for the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S3S.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-9X49 irery note, information that 32 Jov be: : n Curtain as Stalin's aped to Euro] tion, 1 to f what he only See o' Phore Wt NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropc tan L *e Iri Co. •W B.cjy-e Dog •'• F ig .s;. M. NASATIR Program Director J. BIRNBAUM Associate Director THE I.AF.I>i:X ONTHETRAn 2235 S. 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PPJDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1950 ^JenistifhriaUar PAGE 5 B SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK (HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd AT*. Ph. 9-3144 GORDOH ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hio you. net rpalrd now: you will IIVI on %  now roof Utor "Satlafaotory Work by Exporloncod Mm" 414 w. 22nd Avonuo PHONE 4-6M0 "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverb) GORDON FUNERAL HOME -i 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 %  ^ne for other gratefu' families GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-343 Kor 9 1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director Letters To The Editor Dear Editor: in your issue ol De< ember there appeared of '.in earth. Histadrut and the ci differenci SccSies a rtlcto ; m of : To beg "heard that "almost a thousand" emissaries of Mapai and Mapam have visited this country on various ces. immunity leservi [in with, Mr. Liebman has criticism of the kind that reports" (from whom?) ILiebman seems to revel in. One of the problems (and there are more, to be sure) is thai of the transport cooperatives, which missions As a matter of fact ; are part of the Histadrut sector. Histadrut has a delegation of; Israel today is not yet secure three persons in the United States I economically or in a military speaking on behalf of the His. sense. The experience and adapttadrut Campaign, and a handful ability of the bus cooperatives of youth leaders working with' will be a vital factor in case of Hechalutz. Even if we were to' include Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett in the total, we should be far from the host of delegates that Mr. Liebman has "heard" about. Mr. Liebman also charges that Tnuva, the great Histadrut marketing cooperative, is responsible for high prices. The converse is true. Tnuva, by its efficient management and by its loyal cooperation with the Israeli government, has been able to keep prices within reasonable range, and has foiled the black marketeers and others who would profit by the present food shortage in the country. By eliminating the middleman, Tnuva has been able to grant higher returns to the farmers, and keep the retail prices down. If there are some well-established cooperative settlements which enjoy a higher living standard than some of the urban population, this | is only further proof that more 1 people would be happier if they also sought to solve their problems in a cooperative fashion. But does Mr. Liebman recall the privation of these people for many years, until they were able to surmount the natural difficulties? Or does he forget the thousands who are only now establishing new cooperative settlements in Galilee and the Negev, who are enduring real privation because they have placed their national duty above personal welfare? In the field of education, Mr. Liebman aims his barbs at the Labor Trend, whereas it is well i known that the Religious Bloc is the most adamant opponent of a unified school system. Under the renewed hostilities. Nor is the government as yet ready to nationalize public utilities, aside from those which had been under government control under the Mandate, such as the railroads. Within Histadrut itself, there is strong pressure for government ownership of the bus transportation system. It is by no means a simple problem that can be solved in one fell swoop. But the problem has been recognized, and a satisfactory answer will be found. In the matter or tax exemptions for cooperatives, here too. there is a gradual modification of previous laws. This month, some types of cooperatives lost their exemptions. Others have been paying income tax for years along with private enterprise S ,. I Boneh is one of the largest tax payers in the country. The government, in an effort to spur productive undertakings has extended exemptions to new enterprises. private or cooperative, on an equal basis. The implication that there is discrimination against private enterprise, even under a government led by labor, is a fiction that has long since been exploded. Very truly yours. NAHUM GUTTMAN, Director of Public Relations. National Labor Committee for Palestine. Dear Editor: The article in last week's issue of The Jewish Floridian by Joe Fried concerning some person called Benjamin H. Freedman. who is allegedly a Jew and wealthy but uses his talent and present conditions, it is but naj resources to vent his hatred or tural for the working elements; dislike against fellow-Jews in a to send their children to the approved school network which they have established. Mark Krug. who is cited by Mr. Liebman as his authority, is guilty of many misstatements of fact. In the first place, there is no such thing as a "Histadrut employment bureau." One of the changes that did take place with the establishment of the State of Israel is the taking over of the employment exchanges by the government. It is therefore impossible for Histadrut to impose its will upon the applicant for a job (as though it did so in the past!) Mr. Krug also uses such scientific terms as "One can also imagine" what woud happen to illiterate Moroccans and Algerians. One need not imagine, but can readily penetrate into the facts, to find out that these Jews from Arab couni tries are primarily hewers of wood and drawers of water, and their I natural affinity is with the worki ing elements of the country. Their .enlightened self-interest, without artificial pressures, is bringing them into the ranks of Histadrut. where they are free to choose periodical named "Common Sense," was a revelation to me. Is it possible, after the extermination of 6.000.000 Jews, there can be Jews who are Hitler and Arab mufti lovers'.' I iicvi r heard of him or his like before, can your paper procure and print further data about this creature' 1 Harry Simonhoff's article on "The Christmas Tree" is superb. It was approvingly commented on when published last year. I was one who called in person at your office to commend this lucid bit of Judaica. Mr. Simonhoff mildy chides us Jews for our well-nigh pagan leanings toward the Christmas celebration. There is hardly one of us. I think, but felt his needling and was made ashamed. My good neighbors. Catholics, only yesterday asked why showed so much interest in Christmas. I explained, you as Catholics regard Jesus as God or the Son of God and celebra' birthday at Christmas time. Jews can think of Jesus a and a great prophet or religious teacher and honor him as such. They W< re • rushed at their political affiliations. The desire to unify the educaniv simple exposition. Strut. tional system cuts across party tween us. I can do witn-u: lines. Educators from America i celebration but in all and other countries may shed i ( when th tears at the prevailing diversity, are entitled to an and many an Israeli will agree, betti It is a weekness of Americans (not only as it applies to Israeli af• ilj lurs, ROBERT HAVERMAN I unit QJ *w tA^ff*-~— fairs) to measure everything by wiuUAmu our own experience. Yet. as AmJordan To Withdraw something distinctive to them. 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PAGE 6 B +Jf*ist ncrkfiar FRIDAY, DECEMB ER gg Sororitv Alumnae Plan Luncheon Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association of Greater Miami will entertain actives and alumnae from all over the nation at its fifth annual holiday luncheon on Saturday. December 30. at 12:30 p.m. at Chary*S Restaurant. Invitations to 95 active and alumnae chapters have resulted in a rush of advance reservations and it is expected that at least one member from each chapter in the country will be present. Guests will view a unique fashion show featuring the favorite costume from each member's personal wardrobe. Mrs. Leonard Jacobson will narrate the show. and Mrs. Joseph Schoeffel wil serve as accompanist. Bathing -J::.will be modeled by Miss Lorraine Jacobskind. Miss Vivian Schaeffer. Miss Ellen Bernstein and Mis. Frederick S. Grossberg. Play clothes and sportswear will be worn by Mis Morris Buik. Miss Doris Weinstem. Miss Ann Alpert. Miss Ellen Stone. Miss Lila Cowen. Miss Marjorie Albaum. Miss Gloria Torem. Miss Renee Jacobson and Mrs. Jack Mades. Showing afternoon and cocktail frocks will be Mrs. Sheldon Blank. Miss Joy Btrick and V. Lillian Gross. Miss Lolly Bl-x-k. yxi Gerstein and Miss M re will model formals. sr.d Miss Edith Cohen will pro\ the comedy note in a red : annel n. Climaxing the ,i wedding gown | ieled by Mrs. Fred Atlas. Favors for the luncheon table be m • col r>. ..• i i green and tU .. :.' i .:•:'-: wn ;.i•• Mrs. J i : '' K: E: lay lun M Jack Lev:: Mrs Jack M s Blank '•I 5S N rn. rhe Alumnae A;ciati n's c--::er! Mrs B 3 G AlI Mrs L % %  -: ::' ill be i this ( sion. Mrs ...'.'. greet ;-•. Its Obituaries FRANK N. FELDMAN -• SI sent to Port Jeffera Long nnd two son, George A j vtit Jiiu-i • %  • v ;: -• K< ABE GOODMAN I\\> ". at TI.'T 1: '•' B< -.1 were held December 17 at Rlren M % %  %  %  -• -!ier D. %  : I. .i". Goodnuu l -. l' III* vl R. Yeshiva University Is Authorized To Establish Medical, Dental Schools BENJAMIN A. LAPINSKY 'P ... at 3J0 Ttth .<: Ml*n Bervlcei M Rlversldi at M: \• • • • H< M the Al C EDWARD A. ADELMAN Ao Of OS N W i"th St Survi\. two %  Murii tan of N<" 1 C -v s -'" "The • |f| S %  • ery LAWRENCE BERGER N W ISO) Te MRS SADIE ABRAVSON .... M .-%  %  ( rrtli '•' %  '. • II : %  • %  • • SftNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" 252 N.W. Second Street AUGUST BROS RYT r> Is •• AMI Battled a-3 D it. by Southern Beverages 2055 N.W. 7th A*e.. Miami Phone 3-3121 NEW YORK. (JTA) — The Yeshiva University this week announced that it has received authorization to open medical and dental schools and give courses leading to the degrees of Doctor : of Medicine and Doctor of Dental Surgery. The authorization was decided upon at a meeting of the New York State Board of| Regents on December 15. the announcement said. With the granting of this right the State Board of Regents. Yeshiva University will move ahead with its plans to open the first Medical School, in the entire j world excluding Israel, under I Jewish auspices." Dr. Samuel Belkin. president of the university said. The permission for Yeshiva University to conduct programs in medical and dental education came five years after Yeshiva was elevated to university status by action of the same Board of Regents. Dr. Belkin declared that the projected plans for raising large sums of money to open a Medical School of the highest grade and calibre will be embarked upon shortly. He asserted that negotiati ns which have begun earlier with hospitals in New York City I be speeded up and if necessary broadened. He pointed out the specific location is as yet undetermined although several spots have been given careful con"In the development of our Medical School, we shall be raise about $10,000,000 1? ~..;A n A W *, AAficnr:' CnitnnW f\n make it rknecik) #_ "'-' 1 '>V guided by an Advisory Council on Medical Education, comprising leading medical educators and physicians, now in formation." he said. Dr. Belkin stated: "We appreciate fully the confidence that has been placed in us by the state and we hope that we shall live up to this faith by establishing a school that will be a credit to American education." He added that the only criteria for admission would be ability and character. "To the present moment the Yeshiva University neither solicited nor accepted any gifts for the future medical school, since we were not officially authorized by the Board of Regents to organize such a school." Dr. Belkin pointed out: "Now, that such au1950 thorization is granted tTTT" our intention to launch a SilS campaign for the realm, U %  our long-cherished dream V'! immediate goal is that A ^ year ol[*? weVhal t raise about $10,000,000 which Ji make it possible for us £ ** the school in 1952 I f ~ t0 -Pea LOL'S KAPLAN I : • A •" Ml • •' • %  wen REBECCA LESOFSKY S w :' • I s %  A B -• %  v. %  J era%  ; (Sunday. 1 ni wan %  HERMAN COHEN Set" en. (7. of I %  mer. • v retired tbins I %  New Y ... ••: v FLORA L. BROWN I N.W %  :-red ll --. weak .i I tab fire In her She IBM % %  Miami II :• • : for HIM : %  years r .d n< I %  > '-• husband. Jake Bn>n. • • the Brr.a n N.W 10th Art % %  %  !i I SI B '.vine .... ... -n ei were I eld at th .In W Uaw n Park SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL Electrolox Corporation NOW LOCATED AT 1750 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 3-3464 ihaf ihe*' AmeTi'can Tomm!'^ 1 and particularly L? m > Jewish community wm iSJSJ enthusiastically to ou: call'^ The Very Best! 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IpBlDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1950 J^ittFkric/ton WARBURG AND SCHWARTZ TAKE OVER HELM OF UJA FROM MORGENTHAU AND MONTOR Overseas Aid To Be Theme Of Meeting Miami 'i!-? St as P r Joct f the Miami Section of the National £Sht of thi ewish w — ''i Highlight the group's monthly meetrng on Wednesday. ES£S ^1:30 p.m. m the Shore Club R^'^v f the P'-J'-'-t "> Mrs. Raymond Feiner, and Mrs. Theodore Pritikin is chairman .,, the ship-a-box" committee. Re"'K^'rom the project a girls home in Paris, nu homes m Israel, the School o Education at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and overseas transfer scholarships Also on the day's program will De a report on the White House Conference on Children and Youth by Mrs. Stanley C. :.i Who was appointed by Gov. fhJ y a "" n M a delegate to I the meet. PAGE 7B More than 800 Jewish leaders from all parts of I ihe country, assembled in Atlantic City, N. J., to launch the 1951 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, drafted Edward M. M. Warburg, outstanding American Jewish leader, to the UJA General Chairmanship in 1951 following the retirement of Henry Morgenthau, Jr., from that post after four I years of distinguished service. At ihe same time, Ithe UJA National Conference confirmed the appoint rr.c-nt of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. DirectorIGeneral of the JDC. as Executive Vice Chairman I of the United Jewish Appeal, replacing Henry Montor, who resigned after twelve years of service to direct a bond issue for Israel. The conference I also urged every Jewish community to provide more funds than ever before the 1951 United I Jewish Appeal to meet minimum needs of the I United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee and United Service for New Americans totalling S203.684.577. Photos show (top) Mr. Wsrburg, left, congratulating Mr. Morgenthau. who was honored for his services to the Jewish peop'e with a silver plaque and five volumes of testimonial letters from Jewish leaders in all parts of the world; (lower left) Mr. Morgenthau with Dr. Joseph J. Schwartr, left, who will lead the UJA Campaign in 1951 as Executive Vice Chairman, and l Henry Montor, right, who directed the UJA since jits inception 1939; (lower right) Moshe Sharett. j (left). Foreign Minister of Israel, who was the principal speaker, listens attentively to Julian B. | Venezky. Chairman of the UJA's National CamI paign Cabinet. Center Ring Theater The Miami Jewish Community Center is sponsoring a ring theater similar to that conducted by the University of Miami. Alan Israel of the University of Miami Ring Theater staff, is director Rehearsals and session every Monday night. First in a Sl ; : '" ,s : one-act plays will take place sometime in January a playlet "Portrait of .. be presented at a general membership meeting. Flagler-Granada Center To Hold New Year's Fete Plans have been completed tor the New Year's eve dance midnight buffet to be by the Flagler-Granada Je Center on Sunday at the <•. • building, 50 N.W. 51st Place, acling to Joseph Masters, president. Jack Cohen is general chairman of the affair, which is I 1 nted to raise funds for the completion of the building. Dancing, entertainment, noisemakers and souvenirs are on the agenda. Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. 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[Y, DECEMBER 29, 1950 [ses In Defense fp For Women official steps to train for air defense, releasing active service, were taken r by Capt. W. G. Gregory, the School of Navigation nsular Institute, with two foes in defense techniques. B-wcek course in control operation presents comttruction for control tower k qualifying its students io'r certificates with the nd for the Federal Comfcons Commission examilor a radio telephone op[ license. It includes air rules, airport traffic concedures, radio frequencies cedures, use of radio aids Inavigation, weather obns. FCC rules and regulaj teletype ymbols and sequences. cr 4-week course is dei equip women for skilled Sgy work. It embraces the knd analysis of air masses, I charts and forecasts, and neteorology instruments, %  en have played a strong [war mobilization," Capt. stated, announcing his ed series yesterday. Ian be both 'refresher' and rs' studies. Women who ped in air-defense technily be needed shortly to Ir government. Should we I to stave off this emernwever, these courses can ^J^lstrhrkiian PAGE 9 B ir knowledge can bring lioi'ity in important posiRiikin Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Abra, ham B. Rifkin, formerly of 2550 beneficial to potential; sw 15th st wil take place on L e H*32Slf^f te I Sunday, December 31, at 12 noon at Mount Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiating. Mr. Rifkin was a member of the Coral Gables Jewish Center and was survived by two sons, Daniel and Jerome; a daughter, Mrs. Al Lilienfeld; three sisters; and one brother, Julius. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. Jrcgoiy, recent arrival in known as one of Amerly World War I pilots and bis. Although a native born in Iowa, and a the Roosevelts, he Iform the first British lying Corps, trained at ttugh, Hythe and Gossrcturned to Texas to set Hicks and become in|for all pilots in the famed i Squadron 94. Holder of scholarship in spherical ky and the mathematics tial navigation*, he was %  Foundation instructor in inomy to the Merr:nc. 938 he has been special in the preparation of BS for deck officer liI'.S. Coast Guard ve commissions. In 1942 i University he set up the Army TYansporta)s and officer candidates Navy and Coast Iwith sister schoolsat ^ and Fordham. During active in Bambi Linn To Be Heard In Radio Drama Sunday Bambi Linn, one of Broadway's newest stars, will be heard in "There Isn't Time Now," latest episode in the dramatic series, Stories to Remember, on Sunday, December 31, at 3:30 p.m. over station WKAT. "There Isn't Time Now," which originally appeared in Seventeen magazine, was judged the best story in the quarter-annual con: test sponsored by the Bureau for Intercultural Education for pub] lished magazine fiction best promoting intergroup and interfaith %  relations. The program is presented in Guinea and Okinawa Greater Miami through Tr where he was severely *-" dge B na B'rith, and the Florida Regional Office. Anti-Defamaf >unded the tion League of B'nai B'rith. n a month ago Peninsular Institute on pt Hi holds one of the 's licenses in aerial fn issued by the Civil fucs Administration. EnI for the two new courses accepted at once, for [ daytime registratio n. HOTtl-SANITARIUM f0 RtST. COHVALtSCtlM ANOOWMKCUU PETER'S Drive Under "Barbecue Ribs and Chicken" (Opposite the Jai-Alai) Ph. 88-9385 3799 N. W. 36th Street SAUL KENHOLZ Mob Kosher Meat Products [one 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere PONCE DE LEON V^7 Exclusive for "999' Almeria Ave.) ^^^ Real Kosher—New York WHOLESALE & RETAIL WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS D. S "P'7' sl0n "' ,h Greater M.ami Vaad Hakashruth, Joseph E. 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3AYi DECEMBER 29, 1950 +JmUt) fkridirnr ,rkmen's Circle fell Sponsor l w Year's Fete ianch 692 of the Workmen's |e and its Women's Club will 1 its annual New Year s celeLi on Sunday. December 31, ft pm at the Labor Lyceum, lashington Ave.. Miami Beach. I full-course dinner and drinks [ be served. Noisemakers, L hats, souvenirs will be disXted to all guests, and an or|tra will provide music for Nervations for the affair may nade bv calling Mrs. Leon T at 5-1317 or Joseph Pollack f-3166. LEGAL NOTICE EATICK BY PUBLICATION |HK CIRCUIT COURT OH' THE VVKNTII JUDICIAL CIHTIT rPl/'Kll'A. IN AND nil! DADE DNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. Ml ZATIN8XT, Plaintiff. vs, LTO.N ALLEN ZAT1NSKY. DeI SUIT FOR DIVORCE kllLTUN ALLEN ZATINSKY %  West 13th Street fork City, New York Milton Allen Ziitinsky, are lv notified that a Bill of Comfor Divorce has been filed Bt vou. and you are renuired to la copy of your Answer or Plead the Bill "f Complaint on the llffs Attorney, BEN E88EN, 113 Beybold Iluilding. Miami, la. and file the original Answer lading in the office of the Clerk lit Court on or before the j of Jan., 1951. if you rail to do ngmeni by default will be taken ^1 you for the relief demanded Bill of Complaint notice shall be published once reek for four consecutive weeks • Jewish Plorldlan. BE AM I I R1 >ERED at Miami. |a. this 26 day of Dec., A.D. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, full rourt, i lade County, Florida, ill i irl Seal) By C. R. WILSl N, Deputy Clerk. lESSEN Vvi...i,i Bldg., |i : Plaintiff I HOTICE BY PUBLICATION UIRC1 IT COURT I IP THE (VKXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ull'A. IN AND Fl >R DADE — IN CHANCERY, No. fe.Ni'B WHITMAN". Plaintiff, vs. IRAY WHITMAN. :.;-. known IOUR1S WHITMAN. Defendant. Kfl I' I i >R DIVORCE K'RRAY WHITMAN, also known TiORRlS WHITMAN I i Island Avenue, |k Xew V.. ,k MURRAY WHITMAN, also aMORRIS WHITMAN, are n• fled that a BUI of Comfor Divorce has been filed fc* and you are required to pop) of your Answer or ricadthe Bill of Complaint on the Iff s Attorney, Ben Essen, 823 Id I'.ldg Miami. Florida, and file %  ginai Answer or Pleading In the of the Clerk of the Circuit Ion or before the 86 day of Jan.. If you fall to do so. Judgment fault will be taken against you relief demanded In the Bill aplalnt. notice shall be published once eek for four consecutive weeks Ji A ish Plorldlan. IE AMP ORDERED at Miami, this 26 day of Dece., A.D. B, LEATHERMAN, Clark, J irt, Dade County, Florida. lit Con; Seal) By C. P. WILSON. Deputy Clerk. rbold Bldg., Florida %  foi Plaintiff 5-12-19 ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ri'i: is HEREBY GIVEN that f "1. desiring to engage in T{ under the fictitious name of J Palm Bendiz Launderette at I. lv 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida, is to register said name with the I of th.. Circuit Court of Dade | Florida. MRS LENA ROSENBAUM, Sole Owner 1/5-11-lB |ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! b* Jewish Floridlan BOits your legal notices. • appreciate your ronag and auaranaccurate service at jal rales. Phone 2-1141 messenger service. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP F'IJORIHA. IN AND POR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No 137109. HARRY PRIBSLEBBN, Plaintiff vs OLADYS PRJB8LDRBN, Defendant TO: GLADYS FRIB8LBBEN c/o Elisabeth Post, 509 West 212 Street New York 34, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19 day of January A.D. 1951: otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed bv you. Dated at Miami. F'orlda, this the 19 day of December, 1950. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Heal) By: WM. W. .STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plalntirf, 1023 Beybold Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 22SK9. RE: ESTATE OF LENA MARCUS, De ceased. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of Lena Marcus, deceased: and that on the 27th day of Januarv, 1951, will apply to the Honorable W. P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Kst it. of Lena Marcus, deceased. This 15th day of December. 1950. MEYKIt MARCUS, Administrator MYKI1S, HEIMAN & KAI'UN Attorneys for Administrator 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND POR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 117441. HELEN JANOWSKI, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN JANOWSKI, Defendant TO: JOHN .IA.NOWSKI. Ill Greenpolnt Avenue, Brooklyn, New York You are requ red to serve a copy of lour answer to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19 day Of Januarv. A lv 1951; otherwise, the BUI of C plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 20 day of December, 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, i iside County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal, Bj : WM. W. BTOCKING, Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 10S8 Sevbold Bldg., Miami, Ha. 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RFTHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of MAR-VEI, CLEANERS & LAUNDRY at 3469 S. W. 8th St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUTH ZWEIGBL. HUTNER & HUTNBR, 807 Olympla Kldg.. Miami. Attorneys for Ruth Zwelgel. 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A D F Service Station at 299 N.W. 5th Street Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, F'lorlda. JACK FRIED, Sole Owner BF:RICK AND SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 12/15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RE-NU-IT OF FLORIDA at 1029 N. W. 36th Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH PAULEN and NORMAN ROSENHAIN. MAMRER & LIFTER, 350 Lincoln Rd. 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Adelaide Court Apartments at 146-51 S. W. 18th Court, Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. N. J. HERMAN, sole owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant II M 29 l S-ll i£D?*^ "TLIM fi. COMPANY 19 PERSONAL I %  %  AND f COMMERCIAL jfl COVERAGES I %  PHONE 9-3836 I N. C. Srd ST. MIAMI 32. fLA. I PAGE 11 B !" >RX^?NCH%CERTO : I86.87J-B. DBT No. EXCHANGE Ri-FFET, INC B nr ci^'v,1 ^','"" ••' %  '"' %  tiff, "vs KX". "A> ,K PROPERTIES INC %  c/o Ijoeweys 77 Chase Avenue Yonkers. New York and S ha ,' ,el M"Kage SSklK pile • Ftorlda:" "" ""** ** ^SStff, M'I?!. 1 *.* fxtaurant equipment In n hk ,Chen """"'"ent oUtaln-d In the premise, known as nurn nJVVaS *F nd 8f'" *nd .11. N. B. Second Street In Miami Dade County, Florid". Inand wt h he ,oll *' 1 winK f-SsuraSt Neon d Sign, hen "•"""• %  "". *>-Wlt: 1 Celling Fan. 1 Stanley Knight Soda Fountain If "'"P ,' horsepower compressor 1 jwnlcss Steel Refrigerated naiadSandwich Unit with l/I horsepower compressor complete Toastmaster Toasters 1 Universal Waffle Machine. 1 Mosley Safe. 42 Foot Stainless Steel Lunch Count22 St'oo > l" llUm a,her Upholstered 8 Formica Tables and Plastic Upholstered Lounge Booths. JS0OOO worth of Mirrors. Walled and back bar of Soda Fountain stainless Steel Service Counter and Stainless steel Watted Shelve*. I stainless sieel st.-ain Table l Garland Rang.-, l Pltco Frylator 1 Garland Broiler. 1 Wood Worktop Table V. 1 McCray Refrigerator. Id cubic feet wiib i horsepowe mpn l Universal Dishwashing Mach ne. 1 Sheet Metal sink. DraInboard. 1 Walk-in Refrigerator Box SxS. Kitchen Hood, l Blower Fan. 1 Chopper and Mixer No 355469. 1 National l lash >;. gli ti So. t; 776 40. 1 Malted Milk Machine — Hamilton Bi ai h No 1 Sllcli g Machine (Hobart) S 1 Meal Block. ." Ga rbagi i 'ana. i Large H inglng Lai e Si | Blade 1 I 'ike Slain!. Bs SI 2 l 'le Shoa i' 1" Napkin I ill |)i 21 B inana Split Holders and S da les. 1 TJ :. Dish Pans for Dirty Dl i' ling Cabli %  • Dishes and silv.rv. ;.ans and all other in. nt pertaining to a rests irant. Hot water boili ment. Yu are herein notified thai of Complaint for Declaratory Decree and for Mortgage F losure, ild chattels has been filed against you, and you are required %  serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the. l'ill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. A novltl and Aronovlti, 748 Beybold Building. Miami. Plorlda, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the l.",th day of January. 1951. if you fall to do BO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish FU.ridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 14th day of December. 1950, A.D. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. 1 >ade County, Florida. (Circuit Court *eal) By WM W STOCKING, Deputv clerk. ARONOV1TZ A ARONOVITZ, 74s Beybold Building, Miami, Florida. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 12 22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PINCH AND JUDY at :6 Miracle Mile. Coral Cables. Florida, intend to reglater such name with the clerk of th.' Circuit Court of Dade County, n rlda WILLIAM SCHWARTZ. RUTH SCHWARTZ. 12 '22-29 1/5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A ,v M. FURNITURE CO. (Not Inc.) at 1119 N. Miami Avenue intends to register said name with thClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade i ount>. WorM *JOSEPH R MONDRBB. II 22-29 1 '.'-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name %  Dolly's at 124 Eapanola Way. Miami Beach, intend t,. register said name with the cierk of the I %  %  lr r "•••'•• l '" U "iivNN'xH' KUMBLE and SAMUEL ROSENBLATT BERICK d 8HAP1RO Attorneys for Applicants 42" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, I 12 i 8-15 22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOwICE IS^FJEWT %  Miami I fc name Court Owner 12/6-15-22-29 IN Tfu?T^, E N T lT0i 'N' AND POR i,V, r" toL 'RT Hf"* -IN^P^B^^V. In Re: ESTATE OP JACK M BRAHAM8 Deceased £^-^Vffl^d W&'^^^^w hereby : lall'V/', E Ron W %  M A vrrv t '!" rl a Judge „f l.a,i,c, f ^'v Co^ouJ g '' IS Da 'e lember 22. \ B „ iv. S 'AKY U. BRAHAM8 As Executrix of thLast win ind "'JACKMBRAHAMs! BERICK ai I SHAPIRO •rix NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS !" .. NAME LAW Honda, int-nds •„ reglater said namii with the ci-rk of th.. circuit CourVof Dade County, Florida MILTON FISHER, Sole i Nrner AMOS BENJAMIN LEGAL NOTICE N0TICE NASI R ^CTIT.OUT County, Florida ..JS^NWABV^^ N0TICE NAMI R 4 F, CTIT.O^7^ MYERS. HBIMANTKAPLAN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theui SHIRWYND APARTMEN' j ber l Bea h PI : %  of i BENJAMIN sen VNFALD Mil, SCHANF'ALD fiENI SET %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS V%^2S? mSSn COURT PLORtrK K lt ,.." A K COUNTY ""'A IN PROBATE, No! in Re: ESTATE OP SIMON BEROER Deceased. T< ln't"ri?2 d,tor *J" ld A P"On HavEstat -"" S r I mand Against Bald nJm'i'•'',"'"'' of y a < are hM>y ed and required to present ani ctolma and demands which v„ u ?,V • ither of >„.;, m:tv h lv „ f S'• •""' la the same in his orflce in the County Co !!i'L1f. e U."*."* Co "ty, F'lorlda, within 'Ight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said or demands t., contain the the claimant and to %  i and presented as aforeor same will be l.arr.-d. See :2'| of the : .. ^t Date I iee. II, A.D 19 LOLA CAR! ILINE BERGER Ai Admlnistrati i C im mento annexo of the esl %  MON BEROER I K & SHAPIRO %  for Admli rtrati .\ 22.29 1/5 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TI THE IN s'TY, PL mi • ••. sen o. :RY N • 111 'RSARI INES fioi %  v | %  %  'omplainl which Is ei I fill "lerl ourt oi I %  will be Date of Deo E B LEATHERMAN, %  (Circuit C iurt Se ill By; '•' !IOE, • HEN ESSEN SIIKI.I IN N LELCHUK Attorneys for Plaintiff liuilding Mian 12 15-22-29 1 5 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OP THE H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \\!> :"I."K1>A — IN CHANCERY, No. 1372*2 SMITH CUTHBF:RT and ItY CL'THBERT SCHADE, vs, l: K PACKER PACKER et al Defi Li KER nd ollowing di : %  tee B. K PACKER PACKER I .... ... I ELIZABETH l.\ ed h B ok I. at Pagi • R< rd s of Dadi I lorlda. ,ach ..f y tlfled • it a suit has beei ELLEN SMITH CUTHI ,1 \i'.Y CUTHBERT SCHA1 IE with llerk of the abovi I mi:. at M Ian Plor Is youi w\ li tei ap. nd I any and your written defense, iny, ; ilntlffi ittorney, 12 day of January, 1951, fault of which .. Decree Pro (V he ent.Ced MgalTlSt VOU. DATED: 1 mber 13, 1950 B i: LEATHERMAN, t of the Circuit court. iCircuit Court Seal) Bf WM. W. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 11 S the undersigned, desiring to eng busine.-s iii lei thi I tltlous na %  % %  THECHICKEN COOP" al II N W 3rd A\ Miami, Honda. to register said narni iritl Circuit Court %  "ounty, Pio rida ,. ^^ MORTON A. KATZ JULES KATZ GEORGE K1.MMEL RICHARD K. FINK 412 Congress BI Attorne) for Applicants 12 15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersli business under the fictitious name of .Ms Delli c.• at iM 8 HI" Avenue, M an Fl rlda, Intel register said name with the Clerk of ,h„ cir ult Co in if Dade County. n0rid *MORBI8 H. NAPTEL ^L'S Lenox Avenue Miami Beach. Florida ARONOVITZ a ARONOVITZ Attorne} foi Mot rls H. Neftel 12 IS-22-29 1 5 STOCKING Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN Attorni ntlffa Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Florida %  l 5 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IS O lUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE STY FLORIDA.—No. I RE ESTATE I IF MAURICE DICKLER, %  ... Ni >TICE ihereby given thai l have eport and petition for as Exei uti x ol the .f MAURICE DICKLER, de,il that on the is day o. rv, IT.; will apply to the Honor. .inton. County Judge ade County, Florida, for approval if sa Tt and for final dis. Exe itrix of the Estate or MAURICE DICKLER, d. .a-..i !" '^ ,h "" y cVx-!;:.A",diK,.iu HEN KSSKN rnej for Bxecutrtt :. 15-22-29 1 S ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT ''"1 RT OP THK tiff vs. EVERETT MARSHALL, Defendant. ,,.,,,, i ,. KVKU.ETT MARSHALL i' k\ • Rhode i-iand ? herchy nol Complaint for Divorce has Hied against you and >• %  %  '"; .'"wu E B LEATHHRMAN %  %  Plorlda NOTICE TO CRED TORS IN THE COUNTY J 1 "P • %  \ Bt-PD CUTLER i



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 29, 1950

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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ihdlie\wiislh-IEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 23-NUMBER 52
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
$35,000,000 Loan Granted
Israel For Agriculture
Israel Must Be Prepared, Yet Must
Provide For Growth, Sharett Asserts
WASHINGTON, (ITA)The Israel government announced'
the successful conclusion of negotiations with the Export-Import
Bank for a credit of $35,000,000 for the expansion of Israel's '
agriculture and the production of fertilizers.
Ambassador Abba S. Eban expressed thanks for the at-
tention with which the bank ex-
amined Israel's needs. Mr. Eban
Isaid -Approval of the credit
testifies both to the highly cordial
Inature of United States-Israel
Rations and to the confidence
[felt by the highest financial
Carters in the productive poten-
Itialitics of Israel's economy."
It is contemplated that the new
credit will provide essential dollar !
Ifinancing for equipment and ma- !
Iterials to be used for Israel's
agricultural expansion in 1951
land 1052. The new loan follows
a previous $100,000,000 bank loan
[granted in January, 1949.
Contracts have been signed for
ESS tSSSmlS'Sfx <
Oscar Gass, economic adviser to
to provide some markets for ex-
port. With the new money, Israel
will also construct new regional
irrigation works which will add
approximately 70,000 acres to the
irrigated areas of the country.
Part of the fund will be used to
complete rehabilitation of Israel's
citrus industry and for new citrus
planting.
Another use of the new loan
will be for aid in diversified
farming by which 2.500 additional
farms will be established in exist-
ing older communities settled be-
fore 1946. It is also planned to
I the Israel government, said that
:: aid the Korean war situa-
tion may hold up delivery of some
mechanical items contracted for
under -.his loan.
Under the new loan, Israel will
establish fertilizer plants which
are planned to be adequate to
meet the total national require-
ments of all basic fertilizers and
WAS Delegates
some 12.000 farms in newer com-
munities, established since 1946.
Citrus Growers To
Receive Subsidies
Attend Parley
Swope Presented
Interf aith Award
NEW YORK. (JTA) Herbert
Bayard Swope, noted journalist
and consultant to Secretary of
War Henry Stimson during World
War II, was presented this week
with the Interfaith in Action 1950
Gold Medal Award at a dinner
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, at-
tended by 1.500 notables of all
faiths.
The presentation was made by
Bernard M. Baruch who read the
citation in which Mr. Swope's
achievements in fostering inter-
faith ind interracial understand-
ing were emphasized. Speakers at
the Sl.OOO-a-table dinner, in addi-
tion to Mr. Baruch. included
Robert P. Patterson, former Sec-
retary of War; James A. Farley,
chairman of the dinner: New
1 York State Supreme Court Jus-
tive George Beldock; George A.
Saltzman. president of the Inter-
faith in Action Committee, and
Louis Nizer. author.
The keynote theme emphasized
by all the speakers was the need,
in the face of the catacylsm of a
third world war which seems to
be approaching, for making real
NEW YORK, (JTA) Israel's,
I Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett
I this week told a press conference
1 here that in view of the height-
! ened tension in the world. Israel
must make provision for all
eventualities, while at the same
time it must provide for the rapid
development and growth of the
country. He expressed the hope
that American Jewry would real-
ize the extreme necessity to Is-
rael of its assistance.
The Foreign Minister also em-
phasized the fact that Israel must
bring over Jewish immigrants
from various parts of the world
while this can be done. "We must
also consolidate our trade rela-
tions while such possibilities
exist." he added. He expressed the
hope that a world conflict can be
averted.
Addressing the same new con-
ference, Ambassador Abba Eban
reviewed the activities of the Is-
Bronfman Honored
MONTREAL. (JTA)Samuel
Bronfman was honored here a*, a
testimonial dinner on the occasion
of his retirement as president cf
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies, after 18 years of leader-
ship. He is now honorary presi-
dent of the Federation.
Morris Named
Circuit Judge
FRANKFURT, (JTA)A two-
day conference for HIAS repre-
tivi s from Germany, Austria
and Italy, held during the week-
leard a report that 40.000
Jewish displaced persons left Ger- ,,
permanent resettlement: r ^J^SSS^SJ^T^
United States under the' tlonal ubsldieb
of the Displaced Persons
Act. An additional 14,000 Jews
are still awaiting admission, the
report stated.
M ix Nowman, HIAS European
operations coordinator, told the
ng that large families seek-
ntry to the U.S. have been
held up as a result of the new
Internal Security Act. Procedural
delays have continued for as long
as 44 weeks, he added.
(Isaac L. Asofsky, HIAS ex-
ecutive director who arrived in
New York by air from the con-
ference, said that world condi-
tions made it imperative that
150.000 Jewish DP's be resettled
" Mr. Asofsky, who completed a
month-long tour of Israel and
Europe, said he had instructed
HIAS European representative to
"go all-out in effort and expense
to move these people to new
homes.")
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Minis-
tar of Agriculture Pinhas Lu-
bianiker this week informed rep-
resentatives of orange growers of t
the Cabinets decision to nave and expanding interfaith ind in- new circuit court judges for Dade
the government pay a 15 percent terracial understanding and the Counlv appointed by Gov. Fuller
subsidy to the owners of citrus brotherhood of manboth to help Warren on Tuesday. Also named
avert the feared new war and to were Vincent Giblin and Grady
help free men meet the crisis Crawford.
if it comes. The three rpenings were created
According to Arthur H. Kon- by the tremendous increase in
xecutive director of Inter- population shown in Dade County
faith in Action, proceeds of the
dinner will become part cf the
Interfaith in Action Committee's
fund for a S 1.000.000 interfaith
and community center at the
northwest corner of Seventh Aw.
and Fortieth St.. in New York
fruit groves. The decision was
taken in view of the strike of the
growers, who refuse to I
fruit uness the government grants
them financial aid.
The Cabinet decision also calls
pay addi-
he end
of the marketing season. However.
the Cabinet specifically barred
the payment of the fulll differ-
ence between the price paid for
citrus fruit in last year's markets
and that paid this year. Nor would
City's garment center. The site poll conducted by the Dade Coun-
for the building, which will m-
- elude a synagogue, gymansium,
have the swimming pool, library and audi-
pur-
f
funds previously raised in the
campaign. The Interfaith in Ac-
tion Committee is led and sup-
ported by representatives of all
religious faiths.
Mr. Swope was four times a
pient of the Pulitzer Journal-
awardonce for his own
the Cabinet agree to .
government bear the full costs of torium, has already been pu.
fruit raising. chased for over $5J)0,000 puto
The National Council of Citrus
Growers, whose demands for gov-
ernment grants were based on a
drastic price drop in this years
foreign markets, will consider the
government's reply and then vote
on whether to let the crop rot on reCi
the trees or to pick and ship it. ism
At its meeting, earlier
Cabinet also decided to
Israel Diplomats
Meet Sharett
'F 15111 doi"----u.." ----- ___
ler. the work as a "P^^wo-ld War
t^c^rol^ure-au^ & dSS \ ^AJ^ff^J^A
Ministry of Supply to the Minis- public ,e. v icenti*ew x
Parliament_____________________--------------------------------
Braneh Of Jewish Museum To He
Established At Beaeh tenter
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual public :
PARIS, (JTA)Israel minis-
France, Britain. Italy, the
countries and Czecho-
onferred here with Is-
Foreign Minister Moshe
It on problems pertaining to
position in relation to the
i world crisis. Mr. Sharett
' d here for a short visit be- ,,
[ore he continues his journey \ famous for its collection of Jew
home. | ish art and ceremonial objects.
The Minister refused cate-
gorically to comment on Egyptian
reports that Israel is massing
troops on the Israel-Egyptian
{"order. (In Washington, Israel
5fster Plenipotentiary Theodor
^ollek denied an Egyptian report
11 times and wi
Mian Beach Jewish | changed periodically to show I
Center, has announced that ar- variety of Jewish art oDjects.
rangements are being made to .,Jhe value of sucn a p.
establish a permanent branch ot j Mid K
the Jewish Museum at the center-\au ring
This project fcsppi^redby_the Lehrman.
vast s
i art ana cert-ino.i.a. j -
For the first time in history; hou* of ...
the seminary has seen fit to m0 g center president,
tabhsh a permanent branch ot ne | HOTS" Museum Cotn-
mSom in any synagogue build- announcesu* Cen.
museum in any
ing in the
man said.
that 40.000 Israel troops
passed south and east of
tehem.)
were
Beth-
countfy, Rabbi Lehr-
ittee of the Mi
will be under me
uchtman. who will
ter.
of Charles Fn
direction
Dr. Stephen SKayser. curator, of ^es of all local arrange-
of the Jewish Museum, w1 "I, ^nKth the assistance of Mor-
rive in Miami Beach. shortl, to | mem hen cnairman 0f the center
TrPSafw!ll^ o^LTh^house committee.
rael delegation at the U.N. Gen-
eral Assembly session. This is
the first time, he said, that Israel
played a full and active part in
problems not directly affecting
the interests of the Jewish state.
At the same time Israel continued
to be the subject of discussion of
its own affairs at the General
Assembly, he pointed out, and
came under sustained attacks by
Arab delegates.
"The independence and free-
dom of Israel's foreign policy was
fully vindicated at this session of
the Assembly." Mr. Eban said. He
staled that the interests of other
delegations in Israel's point of
view was out of proportion with
the territorial size of the Jewish
state. He also emphasized the fact
that Israel's attitude at the As-
sembly coincided with the point
of view of one delegation at one
time with another delegation at
another time. "Israel's action was
always determined by its own
judgment," he said.
Reviewing the efforts Israel
made to play an active part in
the deliberations on Korea, Mr.
Eban said that Foreign Minister
Sharett had participated in the
discussions with Ambassador Wu.
"We have circulated a memoran-
dum to a number of delegations
with certain suggestions on Korea,
and our Foreign Minister has
presented these suggestions to the
General Assembly," Ambassador
Eban declared.
The Ambassador explained the
stand taken by the Israeli delega-
tion at the United Nations with
regard to the questions of Ger-
many and Spain. Israel's stand,
he said, reflected not only a dis-
tinctly Israel approach but also
the Jewish approach.
Analyzing the Arab campaign
at the General Assembly. Mr.
Eban said ihat the Arabs had
tried to do three things at the
tly they hoped to se-
cure reaffirmation if the princi-
ple of the repatriation of Arab
_;gees. secondly, they tried to
intensfy support for the inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem;
thirdly, in the Security Council
they tried to brand Israel as a
violator of the armistice agree-
ments and the United Nations
Charter.
They failed in all three
things." the Israel Ambassador
asserted. He expressed the hope
that the Arabs will despair of
waging political warfare in the
UN and will realize the necessity
for direct negotiation. "We had
told the United Nations we were
prepared to give one million
pounds as a first contribution to
the reintegration fund with the
understanding that Israel will be
released from the liability of pay-
ing compensation to individual
Arabs. But this point is still to
be clarified and the whole ques-
tion is still open," Mr. Eban said.
Asked about Israel's conversa-
tion with Ambassador Wu, Mr.
Sharett said that Ambassador Wu
had expressed appreciation for
Israel's position favoring their
representation in the UN. It was
understood for the time being that
Israel would not be establishing
a representation in Peiping. he
added. In answer to another ques-
tion. Israel's Foreigr.
that Ambassador Eban would
serve as Israel's representative on
the 14-nation peace observation
commission with one or two mem-
if the permanent delegation
as alternates.
Israel Bonds To Be lamed Ma> 14
JERUSALEM. JTA^-The first foreign issue of Israel
Government bonds will be launched in the United1 States
on Israel's Independence Day. Finance Mirus.er Kaplan,
reported to the Parliament here. "Israel Independence Day
is May 14.
in the 1950 census.
Their appointments run until
January 6. 1953. and they will
be subject to election for six-
year term in November. 1952.
Morris was first. Crawford,
third, and Giblin. fourth, in a
ty Bar Association in October on
candidates preferred for the posts.
Morris, who is a member of the
Miami Beach Zionist District and
Temple Israel, is 57 years old. He
owns the St. Moritz Hotel at Mi-
ami Beach and has been active in
both the Miami Beach and Flor-
ida Hotel Owners Association. He
previously served on the Florida
Industrial Commission.


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* Jet* / > A norkUan
PAY:_DECEMBER
VII Say...
For the opening session in the Knesset following
Ben Gurion's resignation. I was tipped off to come
early, even if I did have a pass. The limited space
in the Jerusalem Anglo-Palestine Bank Building
hastily converted into the temporary Knesset Hall
would scarcely hold the visitors crowding for admis-
sion. So I waited an hour on the street.
Contrasting Settlers
A dark brown oldster, wearing what looked like
a long night-gown of striped linen, held out his hand
for a donation. He might pass for an Arab, but his
rose, ear locks, and humble mein suggested the
recently arrived Yemenite. Several moments later
two smartly dressed women passed. They spoke an
assertive German, and one held in leash a handsome
collie. Someone in the queue was evidiently amused.
"A Yeckie gehn mit'n hoont." he scoffed.
Here were two contrasting examplars highlighting
the ingathering of the exiles. Each typified his and
her peculiar Galut environment Can any one con-
ceive of a greater variance in manners, in culture, in
inshauung? It was as if the 10th and 20th cen-
turies were witnessing the new Jewish Parliament
snuggling with its first governmental crisis.
The Yemenites
Everything about the Yemenites is indicative of the
exaggerated attributes that stem from centuries of
oppression. They are too dark, too puny, too humble,
too pious, too honest, too backward, too naive, too
persecuted, too ill at ease. Their period of Galut is
longer than any other in Jewish history. Yet in
exaggerated form, theirs is the story of all Jewish
settlements in the Diaspora. Welcomed at first, the
newcomers seal off from the native residents and
remain an entity separated by religion, by custom,
by language. Persecution starts and makes life in-
tolerable. Subsequently emigration that is tantamount
to expulsion ends a residence that was more or
less a sojourn.
Ezra's Curse
No group of Olim is more content. For them
Yemenites and Yeckies in Israel
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
austerity rationing is duck soup. A tent camp in
Israel is paradise compared to the wretched hovels
of Yemen, the land which Moslem civilization has
not advanced since the days of Abraham. How do
these humble pietists account for such a cruel per-
secution? Thev answer out of simple faith. When
Ezra the Scribe came to urge their ancestors to return
with him and help rebuild Eretz Yisroel, they
laughed him to scorn. In those days they were too
prosperous, too well established. There was about as
much point to their foresaking Yemen as for German
Jews to emigrate before Hitler rose to power. So
Ezra put a curse upon them. For 2500 years they
had to suffer grievously for disregarding the great
Sophcr's command.
Galut Taymon
Of course. Ezra never traveled 1800 miles from
Judah to Yemen. But like all folklore, this legend
contains a nuggest of profound truth. Its conclusions
are in agreement with the Prayer Book. For refusing
build Mt. Zion they had to undergo the most
degarding humiliations. Galut Taymon was the atone-
ment for their sin. the price for their deliberate
choice of homelessness. But the long exile is over
at last.
The Yemenite Jew had never seen an airplane.
Yet 50,000 men. women and children never faltered
nor hesitated. The 4-motor skymasters of the "Magic
Carpet" were the Wings of Eagles that would carry
them to the holy soil of their forefathers, as foretold
by the ancient prophets.
German Yeckies
The name Yeckie. which East Europeans hang on
their German coreligionists, is hardly a term of re-
proach. Evidently German Jews enjoy this good
humored razz, since they refer to each other as
Yeckiesand not without a certain clannish pride.
This nickname would indicate that the cleavage of
centuries between East and West is not yet closed.
For even in Israel, the first generation remains
socially apart. But their children become full fledged
Sabras.
Their Contribution
Political might rests in the
jority, with Lithuanians and'crechfre^r^63" "
selves a sort of superior administrative 'w8 theni-'
Germans, like most minority grouns nli The
Dolitical oower. renr-h ..? ? "naWe to attaj!
economics insteai
They own the good hotels, the invite 7****-
t attractive shops. They tend to uraWs,
me most attractive shops. They tend t urants,
and talk in their German vernacular nf k gregal'oii
that with the passage of years assumo ^ da
nostalgia. Their offspring, however rZ(pra *lst'ul
Hebrew of the land. prefer ,n<> nw
This clannishness is generally resented v .
East Europeans will readily grant the valuahil **
tribution of the Yeckies to the life ,, rafr?
are
credited bringing i syste
efficient organizationqualities not con! m
the East European. Cafe life in T?fCUous
Avi
loungers sitting by the hour at tables on the si,wlh
is a direct importation from Vienna. The innnuT*11
of fashionably dressed women sipping coffi.*!
swanky hotel bars was introduced bv the rf .
from Nazidom. But they also introduced clean*?
ficient, and attractive merchandising with V
windows neatly trimmed after the models of jw
and Hamburg. The shopkeeper from the ?'k
village had to imitate or drop far behind his moT.
up-to-date business competitor.
A Peculiar Parallel
The strange thing is how the fates of Jewries in
Yemen and Germany are in essence so similar- e
cept that each persecutor betrayed his vile instinct*
in his own brand of abominable cruelty Thf
wretched Arab, with a secret suspicion of his filth
and baseness, endeavored to build up his saeEin.
morale by degrading the Jew lower than his own
zero nadir. The beastly Nazi experienced sadistic
thrills in the smell of, blood, in the shrieks of his
tortured, dying victims. As a consequence, Jews out
of both lands are devoting their energies rebuilding
their own ancestral home in Israel.
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Greater Miami civic and religious leaders joined Friday night in an official welcome to Dr.
Joseph R. Narot as spiritual leader of Temple Israel. The need for renewed faith to meet the de-
mands of the critical times was voiced by both Dr. Narot and Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. president
cf the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, who gave the installation sermon. A packed
temple attended the rites and participated in the reception honoring Dr. Eisendrath following the
ceremonies. Shown following the service are (1. to r.) Judge Harold B. Spaet. Jules Pearlman. past
president and chairman of the installation program; Herman A. Binder: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of the temple: Dr. Eisendrath: Dr. Narot: Dr. Bowman Ashe, president of the University
oi Miami; Monte Selig: Ben Slote: and William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Among the dignitaries were Mayors Harold Turk of Miami Beach and William WoHarth
cf Miami. Asa0l |ated ,.,,.,,
Mrs. Weinstein To Review Samuel Book
Mrs. I. M. w will re- December 29, at 1:15 p.m. at Tem-
v .v 'The Gentleman and the pie Beth Sholom.
by Maurice Samuel at the
second meeting of the Friday Re-
\ I W, a cultural project spon-
sored by the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. on Friday.
The public is invited to attend
these reviews, which are held the
>nd and fourth Friday of each
month, according to Mrs. Sol H.
Leslie, chairman. A small fee is
charged for non-subscribers.
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me\s l'oar's Eve Party Will Open Homecoming Service
lialeah-Miaml Springs* iCenter MiamiBea hjev
i w Year's eve party will o.#l h~o i.,
e newly constructed Hia-
ffi-Mtoml Springs Jewish Cen-
950 East 4th Ave., Hialeah.
lounced by Phil Lyons.
Gelvan, builder of the
,7,,-,-v and Mrs. Gelvan will
,. the affair, which will
an original playlet and
5h0W by Mrs. William
building is 100 feet by 60
,1 includes kitchen facili-
i a large auditorium which
can be divided into Hebrew and
Sunday school classrooms by ad- conduct its annual homecoming
justable partitions. liege youth
The group, which received its fv 'hv!LC0m"n"y n *K' De-
charter in April. 1948. now boasts ann,?n Jh'k^kk- Pm- lt, Z**
a membership of 80 families. A ;""n' -ngLehr-
full program of leisure time ac- ""l"".^"-
tivities is being organized under sla. 'lcipate in the rites
the direction of Jerry Carver of i'rc ,V',n:,1'J Abhn. Joan Oshei
the Jewish Centers Association '':lv!1:s Schermer and Morton rector of a lale Jewish variety
staff. Already in formation are Smith. _________ and dii y show.
an after-school program, youth Emanating from Harfenist Res-
groups, a
orchestra.
Schachter Launches
Jewish Disc Show
Jacob Schachter, originator of
Jewish radio programs in the
Greater Miami area, is celebrating
his twentieth year in radio with
another first. He Is n iw Miami's
and perhaps the nation's first di-
choral unit and an Card Party Planned taurant, 1381 Washington Ave.,
A caid par'. ..: sponsored each night from 10:30 to 11:30
Mrs. Max Goldstein is overall by the Is nter on Sunday, over WITT, the program
chairman of the affair. Assisting January 7. at 7 i at the center will vs and dis-
her are Ted Robinson, social building. 3198 S.W. 24th Ten
Jan Bart To Star
In Plaza Revue
The P'aza Theatre, Miami
Bea"h's home of Jewish enier-
ent has a gala two-in-one
> and screen show for the
New Year's
week.
On the stage,
the internation-
ally famous
operatic singer.
Jan Bart, will be
the headliner.
Bart, who has
been seen here
on the screen ]
and on TV. will j
be making his
only Miami ap-
pearance, as he
is booked for a
,untrv-wide concert tour im-
mediately after his current show-
ing.
On the same bill will be Anna
erg, Jewish comedienne,
and Lillian Lux, lovely songstress^
Emceeing the revue will be Paul
Burstein, director of the Plaza.
On the screen, the celebrated
Jewish star, Jennie Goldstein ap-
pears m the top role in the pic-
ture. "The Two Sisters." Shows
are continuous, with the doors
opening on week days at 5 p.m.
and on Saturdays, Sunday and on
New Year's Day at 3 p.m.
chairman", Raymond Lord, enter-
tainment; Mrs. A. Fraidlin. Mrs.
I. Kornblum, costumes: Mrs. Ber-
nard Simon, buffet. Eob Morris
will serve as emcee.
Officers of the group, in addi-
tion to Lyons, are Nathan Becker,
first vice president; Harold Le-
bow, second vice president; Mrs.
Ted Robinson, secretary; Mrs.
Leon Silverman. corresponding
secretary; John Strunin. treasur-
er; and financial secretary, Dr.
N. Friedman.
ns with prominent J>
civic leaders and stars of the Jew-
ish theatrical world; up-to-the-
minute Jewish news from all over
?orId; latest Jewish record-
ed telephone conversations
on topics of Jewish interest with
the listening audience.
Norman R. Lyons, local attor-
of B'nai B'rith Women will meet ney and civic leader who is heard Jewish News and Views Around
Tuesday. January 2. at 12 noon on Schachter's daytime programs ^ me World," and to interview
at the home of Mrs. Essie Berg- over WTTT three times weekly Drominent guests and iead discus-
man, 790 N.W. 13th Court. Lunch- as newscaster and commentator,; ^ ____. .
eon will be served by Mrs. Berg- will be on hand to present hisl^'on of problems concern.ng Jew-
man. news feature, "Up-to-the-Minute | ish life.
Mrs. Charles Fidelman is chair-
man of the affair, and tickets may
be obtained by calling 48-7325 oi
4-7104.
Board To Meet
The board of Sholem Chapter
Norman R. Lj/ons
t
I uian Lux
cour
Carlyle Campers
To Hold Reunion
Campers of Camp Carlyle for
B -ind Girls at Hendersonville,
N.C., will hold a reunion on
S December 30, at 2 p.m.
Miami Beach Mun.cipal
rium.
Mrs. Jean Arnold, director, and
two children, Pat and Charles.
:ig her sister, Mrs. Louis
n Moeller, executive di-
f the camp and principal
W i dward High School in
( innati, Ohio, is flying here;
Moeller for the occa-
n Mrs. Moeller. dancing in-
ir in Ohio, is also a member
.e Carlyle staff. George
". n, also of Cincinnati, edi-
t : the camp newspaper, will
sent.
A. A. Hayden. head girls'
elor, is assisting with ar-
nents for the reunion,
h will feature square and
m dancing to the music of
L uis Adler and his Orchestra.
L >cal campers who will attend
the affair are Diane and Arthur
Green, Mike Gold. Carol Fine.
Cynthia and Suzanne Siegel.
S inny and Mona Glasser. Marcia
and Roberta Paley, Iris and Jay
Thrpe. Barbara Pallot, Barbara
Hass, Ruth Sindell, Barbara |
R sen, Myra and Susan Glasser.
Helen Liss. Mike Clein. Buddy
Hayden, Dale and Norman Was-
serman, Mickey Heiman. Steven
Pavlow, Robert and Bonnie Gold-
berg, Steven and Nancy Klein-
berg.
Out-of-town guests will include
N :.:,n Beter, Washington. D. C:
Valerie Kravitz, Philadelphia, Pa.;
ha Jamison, Atlantic City.
N. J.; Peggy Tobias, High Point.
N. C; Nancy Rosenthal. Shelby.
N. C ; Connie and Richard Bern-
s'.e.n, Charlotte, N. C; Helen and
Blsa Kessler, Lessburg. Fa.:
Beverly Malone, Key West; Myrna
Shefftal. Gaffney, N. C; Eugene
Klein and Mike Mittleman, At-
lanta, Ga.
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EDITORIAL
raIDAY, DECEMHni %
The .Yir Year
Tho y.Mi 1:>S0 closos a halt oenluiy whu-h
sumiltaiuKmsIy witnossod staaaoiinq human
prOejfOM and tho bloodlI w,ii m tho histoiy ol
mankind,
Tht> l\\tnli>lh oontuiy stoitod out in great hope
km mankind As mo now oontury tluwimd Ikon
Mn niuima conviction that the human raoe was
tapidly man-huiq towaid Us areat destiny MOCO
and tianqmhty and stvunty and univereal
Hotho:hood To the old .:<..:,-.:.on that was not
destinod to lonq !:od tho path o! tho poi-.v.sed
land those wvw annotation in tho knowledqo that
it* piv\:<-'\ would at '.o-.-..; '.,-.s; :oa<':. :he summit.
The i-.ow century held pramine ol pragrooa that
w\^d ekmiiKrio n lotton. and ol patka
Ol Atltut* that W*M men Ol all rOCOO Omd
;-:g;o'\s into an hasmanioiM wkolo. The ad-
\. nr.->: ol s, woo .: w,-.s hoped wvuld knit
raefl K")oan >o toco otkei and Am no* vMai ol
''' >- .--. wa> fo the elimination
>" Vs** whose soob w.e
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M w*;# that -..-*\ DM i
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wt0 .\ -.- .-. i t .a m -h*; n o.x
d .v .: bat. .-
fee < ooom ,-\ wore dammed la
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lied its proa moo but M ba. biot
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At the recent dinner tendered by btBr<
Action in honor of Herbert BayardI was the recipient of the organization's ISi >
was uie recipient ot the organizationc ifi "*
Medal Award for his "S^^M
fostering interfaith and interracinl a1 ents I
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
word ft witcessed fta cmnhiiatioii of six million
"ew witbout a :runnur wi^out sincere protest
w :thou: ."..-rr..r.c .r.i.cr.^t:cr. cr.i w.out troubled
.-..-?.-.f-.-.oa bOCUU.L1 the rwente c-enrurv a-
.-r..r.e rep.-oei e hu=x= heart and burncm soul.
And as we stand or. ie reshcld ci '.he second
r.y-srr. ^?'lr c* us ay surr-.re Millions oi a:en
sward -r. hand are ceare-d rcc borde in ererv
r^a: cad re-..-: r.cok c: rde world Madness ^
-?r -~ e rr-ds od tie rner. bolrLno
iotftaf ^"e> are ia the w-Jdemess and ^ere 3
Wo oat .re as we enter rise -ew year
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need tor real unity in the country Tow J2S
cataclysm of a third world war is thr^L **
Mr. Swope has been a staler?. vShS?
slant enemy of bigotry, intolerance onH *
for close to five decades. Wherever SoSJS
of discrimination made itself manifest k91
among the first to raise the sword Pm*Z 3
most epochal fight for decency was wh? ^*
Executive Editor of the New York WorM i *
posed the Ku Kmx Han and drove! t *
As a firm befiever in democracy Mr. SwoneS
that the attainment of a truly free sTatfld!
possible until the stresses and strains ansL W
race religion and color are completely eSS
MUVmrt!Dtegra,ed and Whle America^
world, for fiat matter-is one in which afS
are equal, one m which all men can share S
bread m a .pint of brotherhood cr.d amity 2
unity. As a champion of these causes he is 2
known throughout America
But there is another fact to the man about which
dm pubhc is less infarmed-his Jewish interS
During the black rule of Hitler. Mr. Swone iS
called hm^eli a "foul-weather" ImTTpfi
he bonowed from Jurtice Brandeis. Yet this self
called foul-weather Jew has been the staunchesi
friend of Jewish cause., giving wise counsel and
time with a generosity known to few.
As a jouraalitf and publicist Swope lonq rec
ognixed the need of presenting the Jewish point
o. new to the world and realized that this re-
qurrec a news agency devoted exclus,vely to the
co jection and diribuoon of news concerning the
Jewish people. And for that reason he developed
a erect ctJachment w the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and it. work a rekitionshiD which began
more then twenty years ago through the instru-
-en:n_ry of the lore Fe^x M Warburg. Along
w-.-n the xrie Louis Marshal he has written one of
tne_nnesr chapters e L-story of the JTA.
The bo-rrs that cz=ze ban for humenitarian
interiadti. amv-.rie. are well deserved. He has
a-wcys ~e.z tn-at brotberhood is a weapon of
c-- ::- r-e-cre Bur vr.e crooner hood he -:s sr:vea
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hlHli Jacob Plans
hyslimonlal Fr
|||2,|iIib 3lfhIoff
pi for a testimonial dinner
I ,,, Rabbi Mo,s,s Hes-
I liven by Cons
l.i'.n Beth Jacob were discussed
Tuesday night in the !
judge Bvnard Jh
chairman of the affair.
,! to assist with arrange-
Inents were Henry J. Sonz, co-
ihairman; David Whitman. Jos. ph
Irohen Aaron Lcrner. Saul Genet.
Invitations; Irving Blasberg, jour-
L,i- William Mechlowitz. enter-
tainment; Rose Hayes .publicity:
I Saul Genet, program; Mrs. Wil-
lli'am Kline, reception; Aaron
Sonntag. catering. Alfred A.
I Lesser will be chairman of the
evening.
The testimonial, which will be I
held in Whitman Hall of the
synagogue, will be the congrega-
tion's only project this season,
| according to Judge Frank.
Congregation Beth Jacob is the
first Orthodox congregation on
Miami Beach and is the largest
Orthodox unit in the entire state.
David Whitman is president.
Final Plans For
Academy Dinner
To Be Formed
Final plans for the annual din-
ner of the Hebrew' Academy to
be held on January 14 at Temple
Beth Sholom Banquet Hall will
be formulated at a breakfast on
Sunday. December 31, at 10 a.m.
at the Tides Hotel.
Councilman Burnett Roth and
Aaron Courshon, co-chairmen of
the affair will outline the duties
of the various committees and.
make plans for seating.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
principal of the academy and Dr.
David S. Andron, president, will
speak briefly.
Young Judaea Night
Zionist D
. Young Judaea Night
: 1 leo ber 2',',. al
8:15 :
H. C i chai t the
I

Joins Law Firm '
announces
in the p
lurnett
412 Congress Building and
420 Lincoln Road.
Fink, who is son of Mrs. Doro-
thy Krieger Fink, is a graduate
of Harvard Law School.
S|*iiioza Forum
To Oooei ifan. H
Spin iz i Outdoor Forum, on
St. bel een C
Ocean Drive, M '.'.ill
!> n seventeentl eason on
Saturday. .! at !i l-4i'
lecturi :
Wolfson, found
topic will bi "Th
sk>n ;, formi eld in the a
noon, will take placi at night.
On Tui lay, Janu !'. at S
p.m.. Charles H. Lee, astron
: and lecturer on atomic en
will give the first ol a
talks on "The Heavens and the
Earth."
Eiln
District deputy and past exalted ruler of the Miami Beach
Elks, James P. Wendler. draws a batch of front row tickets to the
gala show of stars benefit being produced by the Miami Beach
Elks Lodge, from chairman of the show committee, former stage
and screen star. Lew Welch. Looking on is ar.other Elk officer,
David Trau, local attorney. Proceeds of the show go to the Harry-
Anna Crippled Children's Home located in Umatil'a. Florida, which
is owned and maintained by the State Elks Association. Arthur
Godfrey, Myron Cohen, Sophie Tucker, the Vagabonds and other
nationally famous stars have been contacted for appearances in
the show.
Pioneer Women's Unit
Holds Malave Malke
A Malave Malke was given by
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach at the Israel
Restaurant of the Nash Hotel.
Mrs. Sophie Krantz presided at
the affair and Mrs. Rebecca
Schwartz greeted guests with an
appropriate poem. Mrs. Manya
Shubow read selections by Peretz,
while Madame Langster recited
selections by Yehoash. Communal
singing was led by Mrs. Sonia
Goldberg and Mrs. S. Beckerman.
The group is making plans foi
a dinner to be held on January
21.
Sholem Lodge Will Ballot Theatre
Induct New Members To Appear Hero
lion 4*urion I nit .
To N*al Loaders
B, Morrison will be installed
as president of the Ben Guru n
Branch of the Jewish National
is Alliance at a supper at
Beth El Center on Sunday, Jan-
uary 7. at 6:30 p.m. He succeeds
Dr. Hairy Queen.
Others to be inducted at the
ceremony include Paul Millstone,
vice president; S. Alpern, treas-
urer; B. Quasha, financial secre-
tary; A. M. Dorff, recording sec-
retary; M. Cohen, hospitaler.
Members of the executive board
are R. Burnstein, M. Boadin, A.
Dechowitz, Dr. and Mrs. Queen.
The branch holds its meetings
on the second and fourth Thurs-
day of each month at Beth El.
Annual initiation ceremonies
will induct more than 100 new
members into Sholem Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday evening.
January 9. at Beth El Center.
Participating in the ritual will
be Louis Heiman, William L.
Pallot. Joseph Rayvis. Sherburt
Weiss and Milton A. Friedman.
President Sidney Aronovitz has
issued a city-wide invitation to
all members of Sholem Lodge who
have not yet been officially in-
ducted into the order to report to
the initiation chairman at the
center at 7:30 p.m. to receive in-
structions.
The evening's program is und< r
!thc direction of Fri<
general program chairman is
David Stuzin.
Katz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Irving
Katz. formerlv of 230 1st St..
Miami Beach, will take place on
Sundav. December 31. at 1 p.m.
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating.
Mr. Katz was a life member of
St. Cecile Lodge of Masons in
New York City and was survived
by his wife. Bessie, and two sis-
ters. Arrangements are in charge
of Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Relatives and friends are asked
to be present.
Fresh from a highly successful
European tour. Ballet Theatre.
Inc.. will appear in four per-
formances at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium under the
auspices of the University of Mi-
ami.
Performances are scheduled for ,
Friday, January 26. at 8:30 p.m..
Saturday. January 27. at 2:30 and
8:30 p.m. and Sunday. January
28. at 2:30 p.m.
Soloists will be Nora Yaye. Igor
Youskeyitch, Alicia Alonso, John
Giiza. Norma Vance. Nan Coll-
ner, Hugh Lang and Mary Ellen
Mayland.
The companj its own
orchesl I the entin p
tion is under the direction of
Alexander Smallens.
Ticki e oi the i>"X
office of the Miami Beach Audi-
, torium.
HEALTH

School Principal to Speak
At North Shore Rites
Mrs. lone Hill, principal of Bis-
cayne Elementary School, will
speak on "Cultural and U
denominational Relationship- at
the services of North Shore Jew-
, ish Center on Friday. December
\ 29 at 8:15 p.m. The Rev. Philip
Fried will officiate, and a panel
discussion will follow.
An Oneg Shabbat in honor of
;the speaker will be held in the
! school cafeteria after th. services,
BE5T
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. The annual decoration, at Hol.um Bakery, on South Dixie Hn J, ^ ^ ^ ,traction
New Year's day. Thousand* of motorists are visiting the *0""* dPnign,iy at 8 o'clock.
drew more than 45.000 person.. Choral and organ music is presented n.gn: y
A Complete Health Facility in Hotel Comfort
SmsMfie iMfs
1030 15th St.. Miami Beach
Di. /. H. Shoulson. Direr;
24 Hr. Nurse Service
Salt Free Rice or Any other Diet
' All Rooms with Private Eaths
Elevator Service, Patios, Solaria
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By HELEN ALPERT
HOLIDAY HEARTS:
At this precise and tiny moment in time, all things seem lovely,
for the beauty of any big holiday season is the abounding pressure
of your beloved friends, and the renewed unity of your beloved
tribe
And it's a happy thing for me to climb on the highest clouds
and sing my praises of the warm-hearted wonderfuls inhabiting
some of our world .
LOOKING BACK:
Although Albany, N. Y. is five years ago, yet dearest wishes
still flutter back and forthand never-detached are Special Gals
Helen G. Sutin ... for her dedicatory lines to me in her sprightly
book of verse, "More Rhyme Than Reason" and Helen A. Fraser,
one of the astonishing female intellects in our universe, now editing
J. C. Hurewitz" "Struggle for Palestine." To you both, Thank You.
Darling! for exquisite and unfaltering friendships And this
includes Manhattan's Maxine Elkan, top photographer Rae
Levin Chicago's Lil Harris and her bridegroom. Mickey Streller
. Fran Gray Peskind and her Idea-Man Dave and the tons
of Dear People with Gentle Hearts who in Greater Miami have
unreluctantly stripped themselves of a small slice of soul, for me. j
Forgive, forgive the sentimentality, but this is the approach of a! .
New Year, and what it holds we blessedly do not knowand so ,|() AIIII \\ CMSS
for me it's a sun-drenched fragment of time to review and to say ., m ,
FONDEST WISHES- Ik'tPOthal I OKI
To Lou Aronovitz, Selma Thompson and Miss Mack of The j Mr and Mrs Jesse Weiss 227
Jewish Floridian staffwho must know how I love them ... To Biscayne St.. '.Miami Beach' an-
Fred Shochet, for his staunch interest in Our Community and all noUnce the betrothal of their
b en wk '.' ^y 0W1^fn Fnday of such suPreme calibre, daughter, Jo Ann Weiss, to Irwin
Bert Goldberg! .To my brilliant attorney-brother. Leo Alpert. Sawitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
and his Louise, and Martha and Jonathanbrightest family on Sawitz of Hamlet N C and
Gods good earth ... To my Mother, with All My Love. Baby! Miami "
To Morty Gottlieb and Syd and their magnificent photography Mr. Sawitz is a junior at the
cooperation To specif cameraman. Harold Kaye. who for me University of North Carolina,
crept out with his Speed Graphic to shoot on those freezing morn- where he is studying business ad-
lngs To the Clarenont Hotel's managing director. Arthur A. ministration. Both are graduates
Alexander, whose rare honesty ought to be a Light for Others' of Miami Beach High School.
Paths ... To Harry and Frieda Cohen of the Hotel New Yorker
for their warmth of spirit to me and my beloveds ... To the Arthur
Winaricks for an untarnishable memory ... To Saul Chaftez and his
Mattie because they're merely terrific ... To Bill Glick and Florence
and their little fellers for all of the same ... To. R. L. Schwartz
and Rose Schwartz, for being Something Special ... To Baron de
Hirsch Meyer and his Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce for a
cordiality one doesn't suspect until it's thereso plain to view!__
right on a silver plate .
AND MORE:
Evelyn Brown
Betrothal Told
Making plans for an early-
February wedding are Miss
Evelyn Brown and Jack Alter,
whose engagement was announced
by the bride-elect's mother, Mrs.
Lena Brown, 1030 Fifth St., Mi-
ami Beach at an engagement party
given Sunday evening by the
parents of her fiance, the Solomon
Alters, 820 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Miss Brown is connected with
the firm of Blum in & Roberts.
Miami Beach certified public ac-
countants, and is a member of the
Miami Beach Business 8t Profes-
sional Group of Hadassah and
the Business & Professional Group
Emma Lazarus Chapter B'nai
B'rith.
Mr. Alter is in the furniture
manufacturing business in Vene-
zuela, South America.
The wedding will take place in
June.
Auxiliary Initiation
Set For Thursday
To Observe 45th
Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman,
1120 S.W. 13th Court, formerly
of Cleveland. Ohio, will celebrate
their forty-fifth wedding anni-
versary on New Year's eve. Their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Paris and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Berger, Cleveland, will be here
for the occasion.
Louis D. Brandeis Auxiliary
No. 199 of the Free Sons of Israel
is hold its initiation degree on
To Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk Hank Meyer and an Thursday, December 28. at 8 p m
extra very extra gold-plated hope for health and happiness to the at Temple Beth Sholom.
extraordinary Sam Rivkind ... To my favorite David Rosners and Speaker of the evening is Rabbi
son Sam. and the Sam Slotnicks and Pinky, for enveloping me in Leon Kronish. The president, Mrs.
their wonderful family ... To Tony Gross. Leo Eisenstein, Jack Sam Gordon, is slated to give her
Ross, Rhoda Levine. Sid Gorchov, Toby Emanuel. Dr. F. H. Fisher, annual report. First vice presi-
Ruthie and "Chass" Jacobson. Charlie Friedlander. Betty and dent, Mrs. David Zangwill, will
Harvey and Betty's marvelous mom, Evvie ... To another Evvie, 8ive a history of the auxiliary
latched on to Blackman. along with a kiss on the nose to Babv activities for the past year.
Sandy ... To Martha and Joe Larner, to the Joseph Runtovs, to Mrs- Harvey Herman is chair-
Yolanda and John Rocca ... To Jan. Kenny Kipnic, Hy Mallinger. mar>. and Mrs. Harry Spring, co-
and the beautiful Murray Sonnett foursome ... To the captivating chairman of the affair. The degree
Carlos and Melisa music-team ... To George and Jeanne Moy of team includes the Mesdames
the new Golden Dragon for the fact that they're terrific Americans David Zangwill, A. Bookspan,
. And an affectionate bow to our clubby Monday evening WINZ Sarn Gordon, Hvman Babich Cy
radio talk-panel, with its provcative Jonas Weiland. Nat Klein, Dr. Jacobson, H. Jacoby, E. Altman
JatK Falk. Mai Englander. Reubin Clein, and temperate commentator and Harry Spring. Mrs. Sandra
Mendenhall By remote control, a grateful line is here connected Jacobson is chairman of refresh-
to Cornell, which sends me my Hilary, to join Brett at holidavs and orients and Mrs. H. Jacoby is co-
Start a magical circle spinning all over again, season after season' chairman.
I thank you Ezra! And the Finest of Futures to such people ----------;------------'---------
as Stevie Greer.wald Elliot Field June Keller ... and to R-.j.-.h V llr....
other genumes like the glamorous Zina Reyes, her sister Ann t n M I a IIS
Kerman. and hvv magnificent dancing-troupe. Jerry Arthur, Johnnv ItVailY \rt It-ill
Rene and Eleanor LaMarr ... For unmatched, unmatchable familv- Z t". L
friendship, the Best to You. Lou Kanter with your Martha and Joe' T ^ng made for the
_____________________________ 'UU1 Jo6' second annual Beaux Art costume
--------------------------------------------------------- ball to be sponsored by the Mi-
ami Beach Y on Saturday, Jan-
uary 20. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Municipal Auditorium.
Jack Lampert, chairman of the
affair, announces that the theme
of this year's affair will be Pan
Americanism with "South Amer-
ica Take It Away" as the slogan. !
Tickets are on sale at the Mi-
ami Beach Y and the Miami
Beach Municipal Auditorium.
New Feature Added
A new feature will be added
to Simon Seiden's Jewish Forum
Hour as the program enters its
third year. Rabbi Isidore Shoul-
son will present Yiddish ser-
monettes each Friday at 10:15
a.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. In
these sermonettes he will report
on the activities of organizations
and synagogues in the area. The
program is heard over station
WFEC.
Pat Poison
| Mr. Finkelsk'in
To Wed Pat Poison
The engagement of Miss Pit
Poison to Martin Finkelste n Z
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack F nklsto
2900 S.W. 22nd Terr.. hS
announced by her parents Jfr
a?dMMrSAMorris Edward Pota
of New Orleans, La.
A graduate of the University d
Miami Law School. Finkelstein
was president of Alpha Epsloa
Pi while at the university He ii
; associated in law practice with
Louie Bandel and Frank Solomon
and is president of the Biscayw
Club.
Miss Poison is a graduate of
the University of Miami and a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
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)AY. DECEMBER 29. 1950
^Jenistncridian
personally Speaking
Visiting relatives and friends in New York, Albany and
lontreal is Miss Doris Kasow, daughter of the Abraham Kasows
0 S.W. 21st Ave. Miss Kasow, who is a student at the Uni-
Irsity of Miami, is getting her first glimpse of snow in twelve
3'
Spending the holidays with the Norman A. Rossmans, 4455
lairie Ave., Miami Beach, is their son, Norman, Jr., student at
L University of Florida at Gainesville, and Mrs. Rossman's
lother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cooper of Chicaqo
1 *
, Miss Phyllis Schermer and her mother, Mrs. Sigmund
Hiermer were hostess at a brunch Tuesday morning in honor
] their houseguest, Miss Shirley Posner of Detroit, Mich. Miss
Wner is a student at Michigan State, while Miss Schermer at-
nds the University of Miami. The affair was held at the
fchermer home, 1611 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
* -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman have as their houseguests
Villa Biral Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pollack of Toledo, Ohio. The
Lttesmans and their guests will spend the New Year's week-
td in Port au Prince, where they will be guests at the Roose-
fcl! Haiti Hotel.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Aaron B. Seidman, who were married in
few York City on November 25, are spending two weeks in
Kami as the houseguests of Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Grauer in
toir new home at 1945 S.W. 13th St. Rabbi Seidman is executive
ector of Noar Mizrachi of America.
*
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schoffel, 651 N.W. 39th St., are
I and Mrs. Seymour Borack of Staten Island, N. Y., and their
ughters, Barbara and Marylin.
* *
Dr. Adele Hyrkin, who served as a teacher at the Lear
hool for many years, is spending a holiday vacation at the
a Gull Hotel, Miami Beach. Dr. Hyrkin is now a resident of
few York, where she is a novelist and short story writer.
*
Newly weds at the Roney Plaza until early January are
h. and Mrs. Morton Silver, of Orange, N. J. The bride was the
ner Marsha Krantz. They will visit Havana before returning
feme.
* *
Home for the holidays is Miss Barbara Yaffey, daughter of
Robert J. Yaffeys, 2074 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Miss
ffey is a graduate student in English at Columbia University.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz of Chase Ave., Miami
och, left last week for a weekend in Havana. From there
ty will proceed to Acapulco and Mexico City. Also included
I their itinerary will be a week at the baths in San Jose Puera.
is. Schwartz is known locally for her activities in civic and
ilanthropic organizations.
* +
Louis Gordon, 775 S.W. 21st Road, recently returned from
fiicago, where he attended the funeral of his son.
* + *
Dr. and Mrs. Samson Weiss of New York City are spending
Ishort vacation at the Strath-Haven Hotel. Miami Beach. Dr.
leiss is executive director of the National Council of Younq
tod.
* *
Guests at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, include
bbi and Mrs. Alexander Rosenberg of Yonkers, New York.
1 rabbi is director of the Union of Jewish Orthodox Con-
gations and was in charge of Jewish affairs in Germany
der Gen. Lucius Clay.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin are spending a brief vacation
|Fayetteville, N. C.
B L *
Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob S. Minkin of New York are spending
i winter in Miami Beach at 1550 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach.
Minkin is the author of "The Romance of Hasidism," "Herod
A Biography," "Barbarnel and Expulsion of Jews from Spain"
b numerous articles on historical, philosophical and religious
* *
herbert Garfinkel, 5134 N.W. 7th Ave., was among the 427
ers:ty of Chicago students graduated in pre-holiday cere-
?
iJntfM v Tendrich wiU AY home from Ft. Jackson, S. C, to
"JNiev^Yegj-s day with his family here
: Donna Feldman
Becomes Mrs. Ladd
Miss Donna Feldman became
the bride of Norman Ladd in
double-ring ceremony Sunday at
i fead t"hRabb? Munay Grauer
read the service.
thJrLbiidVL thc dau8hter of
the Charles Feldmans. Mr. Ladd's
TPari,nliLare Mr- and Mrs. Albert
Ladd, 2216 S.W. 24th St.
For the ceremony the bride
chose a white satin gown em-
PAGE 7 A
Jewish Music Council Makes
Flans For Jewish Music Month
the Za?reJ g f0''mUla,ed for According to preliminary plans,
Musi Inn ["I"06 f, J!wlsh 1 ach reUi. educational and
Svf i marked na- civic group will have one event
nwrv ?n ? January 20 to Feb- I observing the month. In addition,
C-intnr 4 was announced by, there will be one community-
m,n^ft mTUel Kelemer. chair- wide function in which adults
an ot the Jewish Music Council will participate and one for youth
of Greater Miami
This annual observance was
started seven years ago by the
i'2nal Jewish Welfare Board
and has as its purpose to acquaint
groups.
Committee for the program in-
cludes Mae Weinstein. program
coordinator of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah, city wide
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w i," Plav'ng of this music., rector of the Bureau of Jewish,
Working with the musical coun- Education, youth activities: Mrs
cii on arrangements for the local Joseph Duntov, publicity
ffifS afG A..be B*erman. Since this year marks the
JeSsh r,Cn, n 4d"'eCt0r f the'seventieth birthday of Composer
Rnhirt w22h Assoc,atlon- ^d Ernst Bloch. the council is plan-
fuu fnr?KSbUrg' m.US,C "V to stimulate interest in and
sultant for the association. i performance of, his works.
Beth El Sisterhood
Board Will Meet
Mrs. Norman Ladd
broidered in seed pearls. Her il-
lusion veil was edged in lace and
fell from a seed pearl tiara. She
carried white orchids.
Mrs. Edward Swerdlin served
as matron of honor for her cousin
in a gown of American beautv
taffeta. She carried a muff of
roses. The bride's sister, Judy, and
the bridegroom's sister, Nancy,
were bridesmaids in similar
gowns with muffs of pink roses.
Jay Ladd served as best man
for his brother. Seating guests
were L. Futerfas and Sidney Pot-
luck. Miss Elene Futerfas kept
the bride's book.
For the wedding trip to New
Orleans, the bride wore a beige
and brown suit with matching
accessories.
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth El will be held
Tuesday, January 2, at 8 p.m. at
the Beth El Center, according to
Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president.
Plans for fund-rasing projects
will be discussed.
Board Meeting Slated
Mrs. Max Greenberg will open
her home at 1100 14th St., Miami
Beach, on Tuesday, January 2, at
1 p.m. to members of the board of
the Miami Beach Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman
of the board, will preside. Plans
for fund-raising projects will be
discussed.
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OF GREATER MIAMI
Presents
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Tagllavinl
Supported By World-Famous
Stars in the Opera
ELIXIR of LOVE
Jan. 13-15Miami Senior Higli
and
CARMEN
With All Met Stars
Feb. 24Dade County Audi-
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Auditorium.
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58-7575 Miami Beach Radio
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fJenisii r/cridfiajn
Anton Lb Creates Colorful World of
Make-Believe In Miami IBeacli Home
Tin- home at 113 Vi w U n Wi
Di Lido Island, Miami Beach,
much 1 ke the surroundini
edificesneat and attractive and
modernbut there is a world of
difference. For it is the mi
workshi p of Anton Loeb, art di-
rect Famous Studios and
illustrator of children's books. It
is here that Mr. Loeb concocts
the dazzling colors with which he
brings to life the wonderful world
of make-believe to delight chil-
dren the world over.
Mr. Loeb. whose new "Wizard
of Oz." reached the book counters
in time for the holiday rush, has
also illustrated "The Little Train
That Won a Medal" and "Story
Time Favorites," both best sellers
in the tiny tot set.
When interviewed, he was
working on an animated cartoon
featuring Casper, a friendly
spook.
Mr. Loeb, who moved to Miami
Beach last May, has pursued a
career in both art and music since
his teen age successes in fine arts.
Sent to the National Academy
for Design by a patron who rec-
ognized his talents, he became a
scenic designer at the Metropoli-
tan Opera at the ripe old age of
15. There, watching the famous
singers, foe decided to try his own
voice and become a singi r.
He studied under Feodor Chal-
iapin. famous basso, and m ide
\ his debut at the Brooklyn Aca-
demy of Music in 1929. Shortly
thereafter he .Mined the ranksof
I the Metropolitan in secondary
Switching from long-hair
ing to musical comedy, Mr. Loeb
! appeared in leading parts in
Jerome Kern's "Sweet Adeline"
; and "Music in the Air."
A tonsilectomy put an end to
! his singing career, though he still
sings for his family and friends,
and he resumed his artistic ca-
reer. He joined the layout de-
partment of Fleischer's Studios
and became art director of the
unit, which had meanwhile been
purchased by Paramount and re-
named Famous Studios. He visits
New York three or four times
per year for two-week periods to
discuss assignments and confer
with movie and publishing
moguls.
The father of three children-
Marilyn, 11. David, six, and Jan,
oneMr. Loeb is a doting parent,
and h* makes frequent visits to
the classrooms of the two elder
children. There he gives chalk
talks, which are enthusiastically
received by the youngsters.
_FRIDAY, DECEMRrr,
Anton Loeb
Beach Zionists To
Fete Van Straaten.1
Miami Beach ZfcmhtVj
Club will honor
Alex Van |)n
dinganmv. ,h(J
meeting on Wednesday jT
!'a*12:1,5P.....tLincohj
2 L.ncoln Road, M.ami
Van Straaten i, president!
Miami Bi trict
Guest speaker win be
Morns A. Sk-.p. whose tL.
be "A Prophet In Our Da?M
a graduate of the Jewish J
of Religion, hold the pJS
Congregation Ohev ShaloZf
lando for 12 years beforeT
called to the Coral Gables I
Center. In Orlando, he sen
president of the Zionist 0i_
tion of America and BnaiW
He is presently serving j
board of directors of the
Gables Zionist District ant
budget committee of the Gn
Miami Jewish Federation.
Toastmaster will be
Shapiro. Israeli news repc
be given by Charles H LeJ]
Israeli singing will be le|]
Jacob C. Fishman,
Assisting Shapiro with
rangements are Daniel M. I
Paul Eisman. Jacob C. Tit
Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Prosterman and Irving
man.
14 Miamians Will Cancer Institute
Attend JWB Meet Head'Makes Report
Greater Miami will be repre-
ted by H delegates at the
e xth annual meeting of the
Southern Seel n of the National
Jewish Welfare Board to be held
n Cl arlesl n, S C on Janu
13-14, according to Leon Kaplan.
esident of the Jewish Centers
Ass i iation of Greater Miami.
ti s who will repre-
sent the Jewish Centers AsSOCia-
I n, one of 325 affiliated with
Steady progress during 1950
JNF Leaders Laud Hebrew Academy
National and local officials of
the Jewish National Fund paid
visit to the Hebrew Academy
was reported last weekend by J. Friday afternoon and expressed
Gerald Lewis, president of the their admiration and praise for
Dade County Cancer Institute.
Biggest event of the year, he
said in his annual report, was
the agreement with Jackson
Memorial Hospital to use the in-
, s facilities for a tumor
clinic.
The clinic has been operating
JWB. the national association of continuously since April." Lewis
Jew ish community centers and I revealed. "The weekly seminars
VM & VYHAs. include Mr. and \ being conducted by the physi-
Mrs Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. ] cians have provided treatment for
M.iton Sirkin. Mr. and Mrs. Leon | many thousands of patients."
Kaplan. Leo Sheiner. Abe Cutler.
Gus Jacobson. Maurice Grossman.
Mildred Arnll. Dr. and Mis
Samuel Gertman and Ben Essen.
Delegates will examine the cen-
ter's place .a furthering an ap-
preciation for the democratic way
of life through its forums, youth
councils, recreational facilities
informal recreational pro-
grams. Mr. Kaplan said.
i on the convention pro-
gram, he declared, will be plan-
( r the maximum coopera-
tion local centers
:i and JWIi's |
i f service to 1 med
- JWB. he pointed out. is'
'
meel -riji the religious.
welfare and morale needs oi I
:.:.. -1 in the armed
He further announced that
Lewis said that plans for a cyto-
logy laboratory are nearing com-
pletion and the activity will soon
be under way.
"Our research activities have
been conducted by the University
of Miami and all money which
has been allocated to us by the
Walter Winchel Damon Runyon
Foundation has been allocated to
the University of Miami and the
University of Florida for research
purposes.
"In deference to the American
Cancer Society we did not con-
duct a public appeal tm funds
this year. We were fortunate to
be the recipient of nearly $100.-
000 from the estate of the late
Anna B. Hunter and thereby re-
plenished our working capital."
Lewis was re-elected president
of the institute for the fourth
the educational and cultural pro-
gram of the school.
Among the visitors were Men-
del Fisher, executive director of
the JNF; Arthur Shutkin. South-
eastern regional director; Leon J., ^ have done here Jn
Ell, president of the Greater Mi- | scnooi_"
ami Council; Daniel M. Broad.
Addressing a special Jewish
National Fund assembly held in
the auditorium of the academy.
Fisher said "Miami should be
proud of the Hebrew Academy
for it is building the future Jew-
ish generation. Nowhere else in
southeastern United States have
the Jews of America demons-
trated their complete understand- \ ami s'udent and comic e
ing of Jewish problems and the will head the entertatamai
,! <- ,.or,ctr,.tmn in Israel Tylers orchestra will pla;
Beth David Wome
Will Hold Dance
New Va:'- eve dnnce andi
night buffet supper will be|
by the Beth David Sisterta
the new synagogue, accordn
Mrs. Frank A. Rose, pn
Mrs. Irving M. Rosen is c
of the dance committee.
Larry Wilde. University oil
need for reconstruction in Israel
this dancing.
Reservations are being
The assembly was conducted by i by Mrs. Roa Mrs. Max Bergi
; lj
treasurer of the Miami group, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, di- j and Mrs. Harry Gordon. PlansI
Dr. David S. Andron, president j rector and principal of the aca- being made to accommodate f
of the academy. demy. _______ persons._______________
id table discussions on ap-1 consecutive term.
; hes t.i Jewish centei pro- Others named to office were
mming today will highlight the 'Leo Ackcrman and Leonard Wien.
Sunday m rning sessions of the
annual meeting.
The Charleston Jewish Com-
munity Center will be hosts at an
Oneg Shabbat to be held on Sat-
urday afternoon, January 13, to
be followed by a reception. The
hospitality committee of Charles-
ton has also arranged a tea and
guided tour for the wives of the
visiting delegates.
In conjunction with the sixth
annual meeting, the Southern
Chapter of the National Associa-
tion of Jewish Center Workers
will hold its annual institute on
January 15-1. Gus Jacobson, ex-
ecutive director of the Jewish
Centers Association of Greater
vice presidnts; Mrs. A. C. Courie,
secretary: Herman Binder, treas-
urer; Mrs. Benjamin Akin, as-
sistant treasurer.
smTTUJITt
Person Sought
Miami Section of the National
Council for Jewish Women is
seeking information about the
present whereabouts of Simon
Fried, about 65 years of age,
whose last known address was
155 East 48th St.. New York City.
He also at one time lived in the
Hotel Charles. Springfield. Mass..
and the Normandy Hotel, Miami
Beach. This information is being
sought in behalf of a relative,
Miami, is president of "the chap-j Carna Bretler, now residing in
ter. and Mildred Arrill. program Jerusalem.
int of the YM-WHA of Mi- I Anyone having information of
ami Beach, is program chairman I Fried is asked to call the council
of the institu-. ice at 3-6554.
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PAY, DECEMBER 29. I95Q
,e Boxes Will
lunch Polio Drive
Lrch of Dimes collection boxes
[being placed in more than
Greater Miami business
Ips this week as a prelude to
|jve to raise $250,000 in Dade
Iphasizing the need to meet
leoal in the face of an in-
king number of polio cases
rring in the county, Circuit
|e George E. Holt, county
[man. explained that there
[an unprecedented 191 cases
|he disease in the county
Tgh December 22 but that
[one death resulted.
Jjie Dade County Chapter of
infantile Paralysis Founda-
Ihas spent $158,096 for treat-
: of these people," the judge
"and we are $25,000 in debt
\e Variety Children's Hospi-
vhere many of these victims
treated."
jde Countians can make con-
Itions immediately, although
Hrive doesn't open officially
[January 15, Judge Holt said.
jks should be mailed to March
Ernes. 148 West Flagler St.
] said that an effort to solicit
f from every home in Dade
Ity would be made. Business
fcrofes.-ional groups are also
Ring members, and coin cards
filled with dimes by school
pple Israel Women
fleet Tuesday
lerhood of Temple Israel will
its monthly meeting on
Hay, January 2, instead of
lay, at 1:30 p.m. at the tem-
Iccording to Mrs. Max Meisel,
pent.
meeting will mark the
ay of temple sisterhoods,
ding to Mrs. Nat Williams,
*Je*istfk>ricn*
^Tt%V^Z^^l^^:i^X^^ Beach Jewish Center PTA at the
nd board membir. of the organization Sittint, II 1MlanV,B"ch- > newly installed officers
tar,: Mr. Irring Lehrman. SgSgffS& iS^XJS^SS^X: ?r"?^ -re-
hood president. Standing (same order) are Mrs rl ^ president; Mn, Ira C. Walsey. sister-
Cypen. recording secretary Mr r" !h i !? ?* ^u9erman- sec"d "" President; Mrs. Irving
Associated Photo
program chairman, and members I Miami Cantor Tn will participate in a musical can- ff .* oenter 1o sponsor Fink Unveihng
tata entitled
hood?"
in a musical can- -. -----"".....
"What is sister-* Music Circus January 17
HOTEL RAMAZ
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Strictly Kosher
Reservations Accepted
For Family Dinner, WeddingReceptions
Bar Mitzvahs and Other Social Occasions
ike Your Shabbas Reservations in Advance
WEISER
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I Washington Avenue Phone 58.2844
SEASON'S GREETINGS
HELEN G. WARNER
Dance To Aid ZOA
Children's Colonies
Students of the Lear School
and the Miami Beach YWHA will
jointly sponsor a dance on Satur-
day. December 30. at 8:45 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Y. Proceeds
will go towards food packages
for the ZOA children's colonies.
"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. 81h St
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Show To Benefit
Crippled Children
Miami Beach Junior Chamber
of Commerce will present "Caval-
cade for 1950," a musical extra-
vaganza and variety show, at the
Miami Beach Municipal Audi-
t?rj,uln on Satui"day, December 30,
at 8:30 p.m.
The show will be emceed by
Gus Van, known as "Mr. Show
Business," and will feature the
keyboard artistry of William
Pnntz.
Proceeds from the affair will
be used for the construction of a
therapeutic swimming pool for all
crippled and cerebral palsied
children in the area. All money
collected in excess of the cost and
maintenance of the pool will be
divided equally between the
Cerebral Palsy Association and
the Dade County Society for Crip-
pled Children.
The dedication of a monument
Miami Jewish Community Cen- to tne memory of the late Harold
ter will sponsor a performance : Fink- 6450 S.W. 4th St.. will take
of "Song of Norway" at the Music Pla" ^"^[-PSf mb5T "{ at
,-,. 3 p.m. at Mount Nebo Cemetery
Circus on Wednesday, January with Rabbi S. M. Machtei offici-
17. at 8:30 p.m., according to Mrs. ating. Mr. Fink was survived by
Nathan Dubler and Mrs. Leon his wife, Ida; one daughter. Mrs.
Kaplan, co-chairmen of the event.. Berman; and one grandchild. Ar- j
Reservations may be made by rangements are in charge of
calling 3-3956 or 82-4311. Palmer's Miami Monument Co.!
-----------------1------------ Relatives and friends are asked i
i Package Party Slated to attend-_______
Sisterhood of Congregation;
i Beth Tfilah will sponsor a pack-
I age party on Monday. January.
1, at 8 p.m. in the social hall of
the synagogue, according to Mrs.,
; M. Katz, president.
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+Jeni*tf*>r*jian
I^IlECEMBER;
ForstVr To Speak
lir February 8
Arnold Forster, national direc-
tor of the Civil R '.iiia Division,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nal
BVith and author of the ADL'a
best seller "A Measure of Prei
('..in," will !>! featured speaker at
;i communitywidc meeting '> 1'
l'i l.l February n ;ii ><: IS p in. at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Auditorium under Ihe sponsorship
of Miami Beach Lodge, B'nal
B'rith.
'ill.' evening's program will
commemorate the tenth anni-
\ ) \ .i the establishment <>f
the Florida Regional Office of the
ue,
Arnold Forster is chief counsel
lo the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'i ith and Its director of
\ I rights. Assisted by .1 skilled
I. gal st;ifr. Forster has labored
1 .!' the development of new con-
cepts of law and legislation to
use m halting the undemocratic
practices of racial and religious
discrimination. The talents of
Fi rster and his associates have
been applied to tin' preparation of
legal briefs involving
fundamental issues of civil rights
1 ,h have been argued before
the highest state courts and be-
I .' the Supreme Court of the
ted States Similarly, the civil
-. ights division of the Anti-De-
1 imation League has prepared
model civil rights laws on FEPC,
anti-mask legislation, non-dis-
crimination in housing and public
accomodations, etc winch have
been adopted by many states and
municipalities,
Forster joined tin- law depart-
m< ".t of the Anti-Defamation
League in March. 1940. after
supervising for three years a
group of legal volunteers who
worked with that agency. In Jan-
.. 1946, he was appointed civil
.'.s director. At th.it time he
iduced thi' Anti-Defamation
League's annual Survey of Anti-
Semitism 1:1 America, a yearly
ly considered to he the most
kind ;:i the coun-
In 1947 he edited an author-
: book on prejudice, "Anti-
lism 1947
IN PERSON!
JAN PEERCE
Sunday, Jan. 21st
Miami Beach Auditorium
Tickets Now on Sale at
Miami Beach Auditorium
and
Stevens Travel Service
1905 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-3473
BUY DIRECT
KOSHER CHICKENS
Slaughtered when Ordered
Under Rabbinical Supervision
SAVE FROM SOc TO S1.00
ON EACH CHICKEN
For your enjoyable Holiday
dinner taste our choice pullets
turkeys, ducks, yearlings.
capons fryers and day-old eggs
Herman Poultry
87 Washington Ave. 58-18*39
237 N.W. 5th St. .Miami1 3-7584
WE DELIVER
Rev. Barth To Speak
Fourth in the series of film
forums sponsored by the Miami
Jewish Community Center will
take place Tuesday evening. Jan-
nary 2. Subject will be "Parental
Authority." with the Rev. Joseph
Barth as gUMt speaker.
Lear Students Follow
World Friendship Theme
"World Friendship" has been
the theme of students of the Lear
S.hool throughout the month of
December. In accordance with
this theme, the students of Grades
One Two and Three wrote and
presented a play entitled "Happy
Holiday in Santa's Workshop,
while the junior and senior high
school department sent CAKE
packages to Israel and contribut-
ed food, clothing and toys to the
needy children in the county.
Dade Boy Scouts
Re-Elect Zeientz
Myron Zeientz was unanimous-
ly re-elected chairman of the
Dade District of the South Flor-
ida Council of the Boy Scouts of
America last week.
Meeting in the auditorium of
Temple Israel, some 50 sponsoring
groups of Boy Scout. Cub Scout
and Explorer units unanimously
voted in John Cheatham, Jr., as
vice chairman and Kenneth B.
Stucker as district commissioner.
A report revealed that mem-
bership in the three organizations
is "approacrrtng 10.000" boys in
the South Florida Council which
includes Dade. Broward and
Monroe counties.
Beach Zionists Will
"Stump The Experts"
Thursday Night
"Stump the Experts" is the title
given to the public meeting of the
Miami Beach Zionist District, to
j be held on Thursday. January 4,
18:15 p.m. in the banquet hall of
1 Temple Beth Sholom, according
I to Alex Van Straaten, president.
Participating in the program
i will be Norman Lyons president
j of Coral Gables Zionist District,
I as quizmaster; S. A. Goodman.
I vice president of Miami Beach
Zionist District; Sydney J. Green-
berg, education chairman and
professor of Hebrew at the Uni-
versity of Miami; Harold Shapiro,
toastmaster of the Zionist Lunch-
eon Club and narrator on "Build-
ers of Israel" radio program; and
! Louis Schwartzman, director of
I the Bureau of Jewish Education
I of Greater Miami.
Seymour B. Liebman is program
chairman. Assisting him with ar-
i rangements are Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard H. Glasser.
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3AY, DECEMBER 29, 1950
[liege Students
Take Part In
th Sholom Forum
irnund-tnblp discussion on the
1 -The College Student's At-
P Toward War and Civil
Breties" will- highlight the
al Onefi Shabbat in honor of
coming college students to
feld on Friday evening, De-
er 29, after the regular serv-
i Temple Beth Sholom.
irticipating in the discussion
]be Stuart Kohn, David Les-
Ivickev Tobin, Joy Berick,
Lid Ansin, Jules Arkin, Stan-
\rkin. Carol Fenias, Marvin
Jman, Beverly Sherman, Ros-
Solosko, Arnold Straus,
West in. Herbert Krensky,
tan Greenglass, Jordan Mil-
Jloria Shapiro, Edgar Roth-
Stanley Pied and Bernie
man.
Leon Kronish, spiritual
g of Temple Beth Sholom,
lead the discussion.
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Ibbi
iters Group To
Coburn School
H. Terry, headmaster and
r of Coburn Day School, has
{ided the use of the school
sjo the North Beach Jew-
ommunity for its leisure time
;, according to Mrs. Sol
fcolies. temporary chairman
: newly formed North Beach
[of the Jewish Centers As-
Ition.
building, situated at 1000
fTJjjve, Normandy Isle, will
Ised for such activities as
nics, dramatics, discussion
|>s, dancing, arts and crafts,
meetings and after-school
tarns.
bn Kaplan, president of the
h Centers Association, said
[the community owes Mr.
a vote of thanks for "his
erful cooperation."
hdy Polansky is area di-
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national society for Hebrew day
schools, which was held in New
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America, and a delegate to the
world Mizrachi conference in.
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g^^XTFRIDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1950
SEC. B
?rictive Membership Clauses In Judge Sam Silver
His Social Groups Cause Furore Named irnaiH'rith
flip1"J r Council President
challenged by several student
groups and the college daily news-
papers, according to the article.
Wisconsin's student board, one of
the dissenting groups, met in spe-
cial session and established an
emergency committee on human
cTON (JTA)-Restnctive
L* Ihin clauses in fraternity
constitutions have
issue recently on
sorority
. a major
&anUScience-Monitorr-
^ScMimitmemberS;!!
" racial and religious
fctions
fcavo'b
few for many years, but
"have they stirred up so
C concern as at present, the
Lrt points >ut.
Lvean Columbia. Wisconsin
have made re-
i attempts to meet this prob-
Nonehad immediate success.
in the Daily Cardinal termed the
regents' action "inadequate, nar-
row, and antiquated."
A somewhat milder plan at
Northwestern University met
as little success. Northwestern's
Interfraternity Council
reluctant for reform as Mich
IFC. It beat down a measure
ing the administration not to ad-
Hone bad '""S^JK"^ mit any new fraternity which
Michigan.and Columbia took discriminatory clauses. The
"1 eoiuuon was 23 t0 2 aeainst the mv-
Mt for reaching a soluuon, Dailv ^rthwe8tern whi(
Judge Sam I. Silvei i f West
Mian I lected president
of the B'nai B'rith Council i I
South Florida to succeed George
': an, it has been annoui
bv Charles R. Jacobson, exei
director.
Judg Silvi president
of Sholem Lod i and a chartei
: lent of C al Gable?
Jewish Center Hi gi aduate
of thi : Miami Law
School and has served on the
adoption committee of the Dado
County Bar Association,
presents t
Welfare Board in
all adoption | rigs
Others i ted t ffice were
Polish Cultural Group
To Fight Illiteracy With
Marxist Teaching
LONDON-, (JTA)The recently
established Jewish Social and
Cultural Union of Poland, which
ntrolled by Communists, has
d a statement of aims which
include the "eradication of il-
rij Pol
1 ching here from Wai
state.
The union als-, announced its
intention of creating schools
'' i x st and Leninist"
' rig in
ted, Dr. M.

n said tl I .. j.
'Ud be built in
: Yidd
hed in Poland.
pr.
A. J. Kaolan.
umii"'-:;-"r?-- dpntiThe Daily Northwestern, wnica
BiS^SSiSSt Played a key part in the anl
Wu.re v v,. .s Tn w ch to clause movement, commented
'USt f ? hhi^cTauses Alan editorial: "We're disappoil
Itenselve ; b "fgSTJift in the action of the IFC. Bu: i
T:V ud be barred >tiU think the principle is S
ultimatum muW be Daiiea Qrm discrimin,v
'PU T- mnuTLw at I Practices that will be effective Is
: vc campus law at P d fraten
rmmUtees must'themselves. An anti-discrimina-
nm.tteesmusti n impse(i n fraternitii
b their approval. |wi], moct with resigtance) n ,t
lere is n it assurance that this success
BUS V. &S3i Others on campus were nol
tng opposition, the article says.
(Michigan, the Interfraternity
fficial spokesman
[fraternities, labeled the plan
bmpletelv detrimental to the
bgram set up by IFC." As a
nterplan. the IFC voted to
fuse recognition to any fratern-
not making an effort to rid
J constitution of discrimination.
the controversial question of
He limit was ignored, the Moni-
reports.
he proposed six-year breath-
lenient with the IFC. Residents of
Asbury Hall, Northwestern's in-
ternational male dormitory, ac-
cused the council of preaching
"doctrines of discrimination." The
Asbury resolution declared: "If
reforms are not within the power
of the students, we feel that the
administration should institute
them by barring from student
privileges those organizations that
feel they must persist in uphold-
ing the doctrines of discrimina-
tion."
rperiod was designed to silence
lose fraternities which claimed
constitutional changes could
(effected without going through
proper national channels. The
Echigan Daily declared: "The
Jief targets of time-limit pres-
ireare the clause-favoring blocs
national conventions. Local
kapters should welcome the pres-
ireasa means of subduing these
iocs. Alone, University of Michi-
p chapters would fail. But they
not be alone. More schools
y.'.l follow. \V:thin six years, the
removal of the clauses
hould be so united that few
lational fraternities would be
Ible to hold out."
[At the University of Wisconsin,
student-faculty proposal was
fimed down by the school's board
regents. Monitor reports. The
pan was inc :pointed in a human
ights report, with recommend a-
jons that: 1 No new organiza-
tions with bias clauses be ap-
proved; 2. Continued approval of
fc.stmg organizations be condi-
tioned on a reasonable effort to
rid of these restrictions; 3.
fnese organizations be required
'report annually to a university
Jjmmittee on human relations; 4.
pis committee shall review the
ptuation in 1953, if any fraternity
fir sorority still have a restrictive
'"Use, and recommend future
Nicy,
-Having turned down the report,
Be regents substituted for it a
resolution guaranteeing "constitu-
pnal rights" to students of all
Ifaces and creeds. Their action was
Workshop Will Present
Life Of Woodrow Wilson
"The Story of Woodrow Wil-
son." originally scheduled for De-
cember 24, will be presented by
Radio Workshop for Democracy
on Sunday. December 31. at
p.m. over station WMIE.
Local actors appearing in this
week's dramatic program will be
Bob Brenner. Vic Knobloch. Bill
Rogers, Lowell Thing and Irving
Friedman.
Directing the program is Mrs
Gertrude Marx. with Steve
Kessler as musical director.
Litorature Course
To Close Jan. :.
Final session on "Giants in
h Literature" will be held
at the Adult Jewish Institutes on
Wednesday, January 3, when
Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss
"Martin Buber, Exponent of Neo-
Hasidism."
The adult institutes are spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education in cooperation with all
Ji wish congregations of Miami.
5 are held at the new Beth
David en Mondays and Wednes-
from 8 to 10 p.m.. the first
' -'' i to courses in
ew and Yiddish: the se
hour on Monday features "A Cen-
tury Life"' and on Wed-
mud and Mid-
Th in languages
will continue through January
10. Ce til of completion will
be pre rig session
nts.
New dati set for the
Maccabiah, gal carnival,
u of Jew-
ish Educatioi for the Je
' G .: imi. In Mi-
' ; iah \ ill be held
Cmn" imty Cei Easl 4th on January 21 at Sheni i
'' H A Park, On I ffair
y 3.
Flamingo Lodge To
Meet Wednesday
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: I
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mmit-
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A tion of the lodge

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L. Pallot. E. Albert Pallot
and George J. Bertman.
Installation Will take place at
the council meeting on Thu-
January 4. at 8:15 p.m. at the
council offices. 330 Seybold Build-
ing.
North Shore Women To
Sponsor Card Party
Leo Steinman. chairman of the
veterans" service committee
report on the holiday part a
ep
Pratt
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A luncheon and card party will BVith gloUps participate
be given bv North Shore Chapter < othl.,. loca! si rv ce organiz-
of B'nai B'rith Women at the Lin preliminary outline for tne s
Fong Restaurant. 7321 Col ins fedeiati0n conv. nti -n
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
White Plains Board Of Education Revokes
San On Nativity Scene In Public Schools
WHITE PLAINS N Y. AJP
A neat of angry
.-' and ihouted protests I
nee of 1200
Bts, this small corr.mur
,f education ra forced
I week to reverse itself and
Christmas Natj
play in the public schools
The full-seal* Mttrovcrsy shook
Westchester County oonv
More than 60 inches of
;%* in the local daily, plus a
idHne *as given to
of the monster-like at-
pres-
. leieisal of the boa.-i > de-
al
Thrs Ihe New V rk
C.-. b bad .--g-"a..y ap-
pealed to B'-a.-r: of E-;c-
P.-' text BoHMl tfl ,-x-
' > story fron
.as prcarrarr
White P.h.r^. public schools T
'.r.r.ressed c
terrassmeni ca-^sed Jev..
i.i-: I inn lal
pre Calling jpon the B
ication 1 follow tl
:" lurch ai
L
Schwartz D
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Ar.
idil
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Russia" i--. -T ..-a! a:: as
Chi tttmt nd pressure
tactics" step towards
C-.rr.rr..-.;-.
Qac rr.ir. -- : :-- ar. i tr.at
-
> artat the
' school board
Although the meeting lasted
three hours, the school board re-
quired only 15 minutes to rescind
ban The audience cheered
when Board of Educat:ons' presi-
dent J Robert Bonnar read a
substitute resolut:. r. a b.! h read
' in par*.
The board hereby declares that
no ban exists of the WatnrRy pro-
fOf fata
Before the reversal was an-
r. -need. School Su; iant
Pi.mer Ewing. who ordered the
D m October, rose and declared
.".ostile aud.ence:
. could have 10.000 people
e and y .; In I ...road
into i-y\r.:r.s against my
r-.ciples I represent the chfl-
- dities. and I
it job to d
On*- rabbis told the
-. Press that he
lid apo-a! the board's
le Plains
J*-.'. : cooperate in a r
mittee representing all f.;
ft up by the Board f Ed-
n "suitable"
Feiner Head*
Beaeh Msmbs
Ravmond E. Feiner waa recent-
-i'ected pful master of
Hibiscus Lodge No 275 F & AM
-r nas been a resident of
Miami Beach for the past 26 years
and :s a charter member of the
lodge- His will be the first ad-
.- the $200,000 tem-
ple erected by the lodge at 955
Alton Road. Miami Beach, and
' now nearing completion.
Other officers of the lodge in-
clude Herman R Mechlowitz.
senior warden. Sidney Teller,
junior warden: Nathaniel G.
Kirsch. treasurer: Henry M.
Waitzk.n. secretary
Following election of lodge of-
ficers, the following officers were
chosen for the Hibiscus Holding
Company, owner of the new tem-
ple: Feiner. president: Mech-
lowitz. first vice president: Morris
Rabinowitz. second vice president:
Aaron Smith, treasurer; Waitzkin.
secretary
Directors include (five years)
Ben Essen. Maurice de H College-
rr.an. Herbert Gutman. Ben Giller.
Kirsch; [two years) Joseph
Kogus. Sol S. Goidstrom. E. Al-
bert Pallot Jacob Rabinowitz.
Nathaniel Serota: (one year)
Herman Popkin. Sam Shapiro.
Morris. Kraut. Melville Carty.
Jack Muravchick.
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Hollywood, Lauderdale
Lodges To Initiate 60
Sixty new members of B*nai
B'rith will be inducted into the
order at ceremonies sponsored
jointly by the Hollywood and Ft.
Lauderdale Lodges on Wednes-
day evening. January IT. at the
A Jewish Community

President Louis Oharnow of
d Lodge and President
Danart of Ft. Lauderdale
will -nmittee
hundred members
Florida B
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Deelres to protect and cooperate with its present lot owners.
Mount Nebo has reserved certain sections (1 and 4) for
present lot owners only, that they may add to their burial
estates such additional properties as they may desire, so
that their families will remain together.
In order to keep this space available for present lot owners
only, it has been necessary to increase prices on this
property effective January 15th, 1951.
All present lot owners are urged to reserve such space as
they need prior to this date so they may take advantage
of present rates.
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Luncheon Group Stops
Meetings For Holidays
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Tropical Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women on Thursday. January 4.
at 8 p.m. at Mrs. Grossman's home.
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5505 N. W. 3rd Street
Phone 87-8201
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1950
Kneaetli Israel
H omen To Install
Esther Eisenstein, who was
!v re-elected president of
the Sisterhood of Kneseth Israel
, egation, will be installed at
., Mla dinner on Sunday, Decem-
* '. 3i_ at 8 p.m. in the social hair
of the'synagogue.
Installing officer will be the
en-,-ual leader of the synagogue,
Rabb' Isaac H. Ever. Cantor
Abraham Seif will head the musi-
cal program.
Also to be recognized at the
rites are Mrs. Eva Leopold,
honorary president; Mrs Clara
stock, Mrs. Rose Schneider,
Mrs Belle Caplan, Mrs. Lena
,n and Mrs. Toby Jaffee.
Vice presidents; Mrs. Frances
Lilian, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Mit-
financial secretary; Mrs.
Ethel Ever, recording secretary
and Mrs. Lena Popkin, corres-
ponding secretary.
The board of directors includes
the Mesdames Rose Bakst, Esther
Gdrber, Rose Aster, Sarah Frank,
Rav Stolow. Celia Ruppert, Bessie
Mudrick, Rose Steiner, Henry
Morris, Molly Wittner, Rachel
Goldstein. Ida Kaplan, Mattie
Sevin, Sarah Schwartz. Mrs. Celia
Ruppert is chairman of tickets.
Tickets may be obtained at the
office and reservations may be
made by calling 5-1682.
Hebrew Academy
Women To See Skit
An original skit, written by
Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy, will be
presented when the Hebrew Aca-
demy Women meet on Tuesday,
January 2, at 8 p.m. in the school
assembly hall.
The cast, directed by Mrs.
Jeanette Miller, includes Mrs. Al-
fred Stone, Mrs. Alexander
Kogan, Mrs. Louis Ascott, and
Shayne Rich, a student at the
academy. "And a Little Child
Shall Lead Them" is the title of
the presentation.
Also on the program will be a
short movie of a Hebrew Academy
day school in New York. This will
be a first showing on the school's
new movie projector, a gift from
Mrs. Samuel Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
charter members of the organiza-
tion, will be honored on the oc-
casion of their fifty-fifth wedding
anniversary. Mrs. Louis Makovsky
will preside.
K COH6NS
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.D HAVE TCfW nftfl.g-7 j
FTlikC FON WE WH COME .MOM AGREED ^
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^""'M, SO SHE 'NVITEO HiM TO STAY Tin.
"VKAH/7
"... A Land Whose Stones Are Iron"
Ben Gurion's Trust In Torah's Truth Pays
Off, Probers Discover Mineral Deposits
TEL AVIV (AJP) Ben seemingly devc I
Gurion s personal search to prove in the near futu
the bible right paid-off last wek ing activiv
with the discovery of deposits of
valuable minerals hidden deep in
Israel's wastelands of the Negev.
The Prime Minister's hunch,
which first took concrete form
two years ago with his appoint-
ment of a Scientific Advisory
Commission, was confirmed in a
report of the last two years of
developmental activity. The dis-
covery of the vital minerals is
expected to mean eventual em-
ployment for thousands of Israelis
as well as help in putting this
little republic back on its
nancial feet.
may surrender their or. i
but find their secret,"
That was two years ago
Ben Gunon ap]
fie commission to find "these
secrets."
Recently the commission's re-
port disclosed that probings had
uncovered "satisfactory" quanti-
ties of kaolimanganese and other
such minerals in the so-called
"barren" Negev wastelands. Va-
rious types of granite"in suf-
ficient quantities for export and
fi- Icomestic consumption"were also
: reported.
Energetic, balding Ben Gurion ; Plans are now in progress for
maintained through the years that' the establishment of a road net-
the Torah was "absolutely reli- work to make the most of the
able" as to Israel's true potentiali- Negev's hidden mineral deposits.
North Shore Women To
Witness "Rumor Clinic"
Mrs. Seymour Satin, chairman
of the Anti-Defamation League
committee of Miami Beach Chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith, will conduct a
''rumor clinic" demonstration at
the regular meeting of North
Jewish Center Sisterhood
to be held on Thursday, January
4, at 9 p.m. at the Broadmoor
H itel, 7450 Ocean Terr., Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Ralph Lieberman is in
of the program.
ties in hidden wealth.
The Torah describes Israel as a
land ". .. of oil ... a land whose
stones are iron and out of whose
hills thou mayest dig copper."
Scorning reports that parts of
Israel were completely barren
land, Ben Gurion had said, "On
the contrary our forefathers were
not aware of the full wealth hid-
den in the soil of our country and
in the waters of its lakes and seas.
"This forsaken, desolate land."
he continued, "is not so poorly
endowed as it appears on the
surface. Regions that are today j
drought-stricken and sterile.,
Ben Gurion's trust in the
Torah's accuracy was being ex-
panded still further as the search
for other valuable minerals be-
neath the Promised Land's soil
continued in full force.
Author To Speak At
Kneseth Israel
Dr. Isaac Unterman. journalist
and author, will be guest speaker |
Friday at 8:30 p.m. at the Oneg
Sabbath forum of the Kneseth
Israel Congregation. Rabbi Isaac
H. Ever, spiritual leader, has an- |
nounced.
Dr. Unterman is the author of j
11 volumes in Yiddish and one in
Hebrew. He is also author of the
following English volumes: "The (
Feast of Esther." 1918: "Graphic
Portraits," 1918; "The Jewish
Holidays," in two volumes. 1940;
"Jewish Youth in America." 1942
and "Holiday Humor," 1926.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER ,o ^
Soviet Jews Escape Via Underground
(Second in a series of three
articles)
By JOE HARRISON FRIED
Mrs. B. is a short, stocky little
woman blessed with ten talented
fingers and two healthy children.
'Chaim's" concern over Belka's, elderly Mr. Z. They hold down
acknowledgment of a "gift" was, positions of responsibility in the
really an inquiry as to whether j European community one is
Belka had as yet informed Mr. a blacksmith another a tailor
Aleph that he received S150 from'. the third is a school teacher,
the underground agent with! But it is their extra-curricular
which to help wedge his way I activities which baffle the U.B.
As a child in Europe Mrs. B, through the tightlv-guarded Pol'-! police and thrill thousands of
yearned for a career tickling the ^h border!
keyboard of a grand concert piano T ,.,. '_,.. ,. f__
. thrilling large audiences with Jewlsh agents behlnd the Iron
her ten flying fingers.
I Curtain rely heavily upon the
I integrity of the mail "drops" in
Her dream never quite came i the United States. A phonv plant
true Instead she. like many Jew- I bv Communist agents would mean
ish newcomers to America, went j not only the end of the under-
go work in New York City's teem- gr0und "apparatus, but the abrupt
ing garment center in order to i disappearance of the agents in-
obtam the necessities of life. Her side of what one escapee termed
talented fingers have operated a Stalin's "gahenem" (hell).
sewing machine this past score .._- u; __... .u ..,.,.,..
of vears Owing his agents the greatest
" __ ,. loyalty and trust, balding little
Then there is Mr. Z. a fine old Mr. Aleph. the Jewish Under-
roan known to the kids around ground's mastermind, refuses to
the block as just plain "Zada." anow anvone but himself to se-
t or years he operated a neigh- iect and probe the backgrounds
borhood grocery store and watch- of prospective mail -drops" in the
ed the young ones grow up. marry United States. Mr. Z. for instance,
and rear children. Relying heavily waa observed for months before
upon the effectiveness of his Mr. Aleph discreetlv broached
trusted cane the 87-year-old the possibility of his serving in
Zada edges his way through this rescue network. Even then,
crowded streets of the Lower East mai] drops are on a probation
Side three times daily for services basis, carefullv observed and ,,
8 synagogue. double-checked bv agents here. tl,ons' a"hough a select number
Mrs. B. Mr. Z. and others like Mrs. B and Mr. Z and the others 'of ien.U ae.nts- wh distin-
them, differ little in outward ap- have two strict standing rules asf*"18""1 themselves m the under-
pearance from the more than members of the Jewish under- round f'ar1.agamsl,,theTTNazis
seven million human beings who ground against Communism. Toldunng the V.Vd. ar ?,re
n the subways and pack the break e.ther might be fatal to the j sometimes called in for specific
automats in the world's largest entire project m5K2P*' ,
unity And therein lit their First, mail drops must maintain I.. W Ith extremely few exceptions,
the Jewish under- -to the operation. *?e Jewish agents work full day-
>n. for instance. Itlme as simple laborers in a slave
trapped Jews. Maintaining regu-
lar positions during the working
day, agents spend nights round-
ing up credentials with which to
speed the trapped Jews to safety
across the border: meet shadowy
characters who take big risks for
even bigger sums of dollar bills;
contact Polish financial magnates
interested in any deal that will
save their accumulative wealth
from the grasp of the Polish
commissars. Dollars borrowed
from the financiers and later re-
deposited in safe havens abroad
in their names, are essential if
illegal papers and other sorely-
needed materials of escape are to
be obtained by the Jewish agents.
The agents have one thing in
their favor. They are hard, train-
ed underground men whom ex-
perience has taught to trust
absolutely no one. There are few
I non-Jews in the rescue opera-
nd operating inside the Iron Mrs. B's children
Curtain countries and which to know less about their mother's
9 facilitated the rescue of hobby than you" To discuss such
than 1.000 Jews which the matters, Mr. Aleph has told his
Soviet Union-dominated regimes e, would be very dan-
fused to allow to the successful comple-
to a ven in Isi tion of the project.
Mrs. B and Mr. Z servi Secondly, the drops must never
reply 1 any of the five to six
eive from Europe
Aleph" and the each week. One such reply could
Jew ttee to res- uPSl- ,!lc whole apparatus. Here
live Jews trapped behind ls wh-v: Underground agents are j
state This is important insurance
to their continued existence.
Vigilant secret Polish police main i
tain a constant eye for unem-1
ployed persons. How an individual '
can continue to exist in a ravaged
Poland without obvious means of
support is sufficient to result in
the police extending an "invita-
tion" for a "confidential" talk at
the village precinct headquarters.
To avert such invitations, the
one
ned
t Europe and the
Is t ... ... .
Pol. tor in the under-
e the agents
they? What
treatment of J ,nd ""*restingly enough. anti-Com-
world. Apparently he ?ope d,ffe; h,,le. m outward
thing wrong "' I aPPea.-ances from their counter-
tj- ^ the Un ted States To the
s-Jv .SfS CH0mmUn!f rage observer thev are basic!
Uy spend a pi, ;;y another v. the hard-
0*ingMr.Borthet&.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
n Curtain Through Mrs only valuable. Mr. Aleph pointed.'Jfw,sh agents are busily em-
B n Mr Z f the Jewish "ut- so lon8 as 'hey are free from i Pj>'<*. some-of them in positions
un I. Poland and Ro- the *rasP of the U.B. state police. of considerable importance.
re able to scribble coded Once a ta6 has been placed upon
. them inside the iron curtain their
but packed full of value is at an abrupt end.
-cipheredto "I" Protect themselves against
M si tes :-' ;' ssible slip-ups in reporl
iress 1 Jewish agents
- in making out the re-
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the Iron C ply to "Ch:
. |
. the
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Letters To The Editor
Dear Editor:
in your issue ol De< ember
there appeared
of '.in earth.
Histadrut and the ci
differenci
SccSies artlcto ; m of!:
To beg
"heard
that "almost a thousand" emis-
saries of Mapai and Mapam have
visited this country on various
ces. immunity leservi
[in with, Mr. Liebman has criticism of the kind that
reports" (from whom?) ILiebman seems to revel in.
One of the problems (and there
are more, to be sure) is thai of
the transport cooperatives, which
missions As a matter of fact ; are part of the Histadrut sector.
Histadrut has a delegation of; Israel today is not yet secure
three persons in the United States I economically or in a military
speaking on behalf of the His- sense. The experience and adapt-
tadrut Campaign, and a handful ability of the bus cooperatives
of youth leaders working with' will be a vital factor in case of
Hechalutz. Even if we were to'
include Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett in the total, we should be
far from the host of delegates that
Mr. Liebman has "heard" about.
Mr. Liebman also charges that
Tnuva, the great Histadrut mar-
keting cooperative, is responsible
for high prices. The converse is
true. Tnuva, by its efficient man-
agement and by its loyal co-
operation with the Israeli govern-
ment, has been able to keep prices
within reasonable range, and has
foiled the black marketeers and
others who would profit by the
present food shortage in the coun-
try. By eliminating the middle-
man, Tnuva has been able to grant
higher returns to the farmers, and
keep the retail prices down. If
there are some well-established
cooperative settlements which en-
joy a higher living standard than
some of the urban population, this
| is only further proof that more
1 people would be happier if they
also sought to solve their prob-
lems in a cooperative fashion.
But does Mr. Liebman recall the
privation of these people for many
years, until they were able to
surmount the natural difficulties?
Or does he forget the thousands
who are only now establishing
new cooperative settlements in
Galilee and the Negev, who are
enduring real privation because
they have placed their national
duty above personal welfare?
In the field of education, Mr.
Liebman aims his barbs at the
Labor Trend, whereas it is well
i known that the Religious Bloc is
the most adamant opponent of a
unified school system. Under the
renewed hostilities. Nor is the
government as yet ready to na-
tionalize public utilities, aside
from those which had been under
government control under the
Mandate, such as the railroads.
Within Histadrut itself, there is
strong pressure for government
ownership of the bus transporta-
tion system. It is by no means a
simple problem that can be solved
in one fell swoop. But the problem
has been recognized, and a satis-
factory answer will be found.
In the matter or tax exemptions
for cooperatives, here too. there
is a gradual modification of
previous laws. This month, some
types of cooperatives lost their
exemptions. Others have been
paying income tax for years along
with private enterprise S ,. I
Boneh is one of the largest tax
payers in the country. The gov-
ernment, in an effort to spur pro-
ductive undertakings has extend-
ed exemptions to new enterprises.
private or cooperative, on an
equal basis. The implication that
there is discrimination against
private enterprise, even under a
government led by labor, is a
fiction that has long since been
exploded.
Very truly yours.
NAHUM GUTTMAN,
Director of Public Relations.
National Labor Committee
for Palestine.
Dear Editor:
The article in last week's issue
of The Jewish Floridian by Joe
Fried concerning some person
called Benjamin H. Freedman.
who is allegedly a Jew and
. wealthy but uses his talent and
present conditions, it is but na- j resources to vent his hatred or
tural for the working elements; dislike against fellow-Jews in a
to send their children to the ap-
proved school network which they
have established.
Mark Krug. who is cited by Mr.
Liebman as his authority, is guilty
of many misstatements of fact. In
the first place, there is no such
thing as a "Histadrut employment
bureau." One of the changes that
did take place with the establish-
ment of the State of Israel is the
taking over of the employment
exchanges by the government. It
is therefore impossible for His-
tadrut to impose its will upon
the applicant for a job (as though
it did so in the past!) Mr. Krug
also uses such scientific terms as
"One can also imagine" what
woud happen to illiterate Moroc-
cans and Algerians. One need not
imagine, but can readily pene-
trate into the facts, to find out
! that these Jews from Arab coun-
i tries are primarily hewers of wood
and drawers of water, and their
I natural affinity is with the work-
i ing elements of the country. Their
.enlightened self-interest, without
! artificial pressures, is bringing
them into the ranks of Histadrut.
, where they are free to choose
periodical named "Common
Sense," was a revelation to me.
Is it possible, after the extermina-
tion of 6.000.000 Jews, there can
be Jews who are Hitler and Arab
mufti lovers'.' I iicvi r heard of
him or his like before, can your
paper procure and print further
data about this creature'1
Harry Simonhoff's article on
"The Christmas Tree" is superb.
It was approvingly commented on
when published last year. I was
one who called in person at your
office to commend this lucid bit
of Judaica. Mr. Simonhoff mildy
chides us Jews for our well-nigh
pagan leanings toward the
Christmas celebration. There is
hardly one of us. I think, but
felt his needling and was made
ashamed.
My good neighbors. Catholics,
only yesterday asked why
showed so much interest in
Christmas. I explained, you as
Catholics regard Jesus as God or
the Son of God and celebra'
birthday at Christmas time. Jews
can think of Jesus a
and a great prophet or religious
teacher and honor him as such.
They W< re rushed at
their political affiliations.
The desire to unify the educa- niv simple exposition. Strut.
tional system cuts across party tween us. I can do witn-u:
lines. Educators from America i celebration but in all
and other countries may shed i ( when th
tears at the prevailing diversity, are entitled to an
and many an Israeli will agree, betti
It is a weekness of Americans (not
only as it applies to Israeli af-
ilj lurs,
ROBERT HAVERMAN
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fairs) to measure everything by wiuUAmu
our own experience. Yet. as Am- Jordan To Withdraw
something distinctive to them.
We can only repeat, that some
questions will be solved in time.
! as Israel gradually evolves a
greater uniformity out of the
colorful variety of Jews stream-
ing into the country from all
eminent in
Mufti of.
salem-are invited to I
coming m
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER gg
Sororitv Alumnae
Plan Luncheon
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Association of Greater Miami will
entertain actives and alumnae
from all over the nation at its
fifth annual holiday luncheon on
Saturday. December 30. at 12:30
p.m. at Chary*S Restaurant.
Invitations to 95 active and
alumnae chapters have resulted
in a rush of advance reservations
and it is expected that at least
one member from each chapter
in the country will be present.
Guests will view a unique
fashion show featuring the favor-
ite costume from each member's
personal wardrobe. Mrs. Leonard
Jacobson will narrate the show.
and Mrs. Joseph Schoeffel wil
serve as accompanist.
Bathing -j::.- will be modeled
by Miss Lorraine Jacobskind.
Miss Vivian Schaeffer. Miss Ellen
Bernstein and Mis. Frederick S.
Grossberg. Play clothes and
sportswear will be worn by Mis
Morris Buik. Miss Doris Wein-
stem. Miss Ann Alpert. Miss Ellen
Stone. Miss Lila Cowen. Miss
Marjorie Albaum. Miss Gloria
Torem. Miss Renee Jacobson and
Mrs. Jack Mades.
Showing afternoon and cocktail
frocks will be Mrs. Sheldon
Blank. Miss Joy Btrick and V. -
Lillian Gross. Miss Lolly Bl-x-k.
yxi Gerstein and Miss
- M re will model formals.
sr.d Miss Edith Cohen will pro-
\ the comedy note in a red
: annel n. Climaxing the
,i wedding gown |
ieled by Mrs. Fred Atlas.
Favors for the luncheon table
be m col r>.
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Mrs
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Obituaries
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Yeshiva University this week an-
nounced that it has received au-
thorization to open medical and
dental schools and give courses
leading to the degrees of Doctor :
! of Medicine and Doctor of Dental
Surgery. The authorization was
decided upon at a meeting of the
New York State Board of|
Regents on December 15. the an-
nouncement said.
With the granting of this right
the State Board of Regents.
Yeshiva University will move
ahead with its plans to open the
first Medical School, in the entire j
world excluding Israel, under
I Jewish auspices." Dr. Samuel
Belkin. president of the university
said. The permission for Yeshiva
University to conduct programs in
medical and dental education
came five years after Yeshiva was
elevated to university status by
action of the same Board of
Regents.
Dr. Belkin declared that the
projected plans for raising large .
sums of money to open a Medical
School of the highest grade and
' calibre will be embarked upon
shortly. He asserted that negotia-
ti ns which have begun earlier
with hospitals in New York City
I be speeded up and if neces-
sary broadened. He pointed out
the specific location is as yet un-
determined although several spots
' have been given careful con-
"In the development of our
Medical School, we shall be raise about $10,000,000 1?
~..;AnA W *, AAficnr:' CnitnnW f\n make it rknecik) #_ "'-'1 '>V
guided by an Advisory Council on
Medical Education, comprising
leading medical educators and
physicians, now in formation." he
said. Dr. Belkin stated: "We ap-
preciate fully the confidence that
has been placed in us by the state
and we hope that we shall live
up to this faith by establishing a
school that will be a credit to
American education." He added
that the only criteria for admis-
sion would be ability and char-
acter.
"To the present moment the
Yeshiva University neither so-
licited nor accepted any gifts for
the future medical school, since
we were not officially authorized
by the Board of Regents to or-
ganize such a school." Dr. Belkin
pointed out: "Now, that such au-
1950
thorization is granted tTTT" ,
our intention to launch a SilS
campaign for the realm, U '
our long-cherished dream V'!
immediate goal is that a ^
year ol[*? weVhal t
raise about $10,000,000 which Ji
make it possible for us **
the school in 1952 I f~ t0-Pea
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IpBlDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1950
J^ittFkric/ton
WARBURG AND SCHWARTZ TAKE OVER HELM
OF UJA FROM MORGENTHAU AND MONTOR
Overseas Aid To Be
Theme Of Meeting
Miami 'i!-?St'as Pr"Joct "f the
Miami Section of the National
Shtofthiewish w ''i
Highlight the group's monthly
meetrng on Wednesday. ESS
^1:30 p.m. m the Shore Club
R^'^v "f the P'-J'-'-t "> Mrs.
Raymond Feiner, and Mrs. Theo-
dore Pritikin is chairman .,,
the ship-a-box" committee. Re-
"'K^'rom the project
a girls home in Paris, nu
homes m Israel, the School o
Education at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem and over-
seas transfer scholarships
Also on the day's program will
De a report on the White House
Conference on Children and
Youth by Mrs. Stanley C. :.i
Who was appointed by Gov.
fhJ ya""n M a delegate to I
the meet.
PAGE 7B
More than 800 Jewish leaders from all parts of
I ihe country, assembled in Atlantic City, N. J., to
launch the 1951 campaign of the United Jewish
Appeal, drafted Edward M. M. Warburg, outstand-
ing American Jewish leader, to the UJA General
Chairmanship in 1951 following the retirement of
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., from that post after four
I years of distinguished service. At ihe same time,
Ithe UJA National Conference confirmed the ap-
point rr.c-nt of Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. Director-
IGeneral of the JDC. as Executive Vice Chairman
I of the United Jewish Appeal, replacing Henry
Montor, who resigned after twelve years of service
to direct a bond issue for Israel. The conference
I also urged every Jewish community to provide
more funds than ever before the 1951 United
I Jewish Appeal to meet minimum needs of the
I United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and United Service for New Americans
totalling S203.684.577. Photos show (top) Mr. Wsr-
burg, left, congratulating Mr. Morgenthau. who
was honored for his services to the Jewish peop'e
. with a silver plaque and five volumes of testi-
monial letters from Jewish leaders in all parts of
the world; (lower left) Mr. Morgenthau with Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartr, left, who will lead the UJA
Campaign in 1951 as Executive Vice Chairman, and
l Henry Montor, right, who directed the UJA since
jits inception 1939; (lower right) Moshe Sharett.
j (left). Foreign Minister of Israel, who was the
principal speaker, listens attentively to Julian B.
| Venezky. Chairman of the UJA's National Cam-
I paign Cabinet.
Center Ring Theater
The Miami Jewish Community
Center is sponsoring a ring thea-
ter similar to that conducted by
the University of Miami. Alan
Israel of the University of Miami
Ring Theater staff, is director
Rehearsals and session
every Monday night. First in a
Sl;:'",s ": one-act plays will take
place sometime in January
a playlet "Portrait of ..
be presented at a general mem-
bership meeting.
Flagler-Granada
Center To Hold
New Year's Fete
Plans have been completed tor
the New Year's eve dance
midnight buffet to be
by the Flagler-Granada Je
Center on Sunday at the <.
building, 50 N.W. 51st Place, ac-
ling to Joseph Masters, presi-
dent.
Jack Cohen is general chair-
man of the affair, which is I
1 nted to raise funds for the
completion of the building.
Dancing, entertainment, noise-
makers and souvenirs are on the
agenda.
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[y, DECEMBER 29, 1950
[ses In Defense
fp For Women
official steps to train
for air defense, releasing
active service, were taken
r by Capt. W. G. Gregory,
the School of Navigation
nsular Institute, with two
foes in defense techniques.
B-wcek course in control
operation presents com-
ttruction for control tower
k qualifying its students
io'r certificates with the
nd for the Federal Com-
fcons Commission exami-
lor a radio telephone op-
[ license. It includes air
rules, airport traffic con-
cedures, radio frequencies
cedures, use of radio aids
Inavigation, weather ob-
ns. FCC rules and regula-
j teletype ymbols and
sequences.
cr 4-week course is de-
i equip women for skilled
Sgy work. It embraces the
knd analysis of air masses,
I charts and forecasts, and
neteorology instruments,
en have played a strong
[war mobilization," Capt.
stated, announcing his
ed series yesterday.
Ian be both 'refresher' and
rs' studies. Women who
ped in air-defense techni-
ly be needed shortly to
Ir government. Should we
I to stave off this emer-
nwever, these courses can
^J^lstrhrkiian
PAGE 9 B
ir knowledge can bring
lioi'ity in important posi-
Riikin Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Abra-
, ham B. Rifkin, formerly of 2550
beneficial to potential; sw 15th st wil, take place on
LeH*32Slf^f,te I Sunday, December 31, at 12 noon
at Mount Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi Morris A. Skop officiating.
Mr. Rifkin was a member of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center and
was survived by two sons, Daniel
and Jerome; a daughter, Mrs. Al
Lilienfeld; three sisters; and one
brother, Julius. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Relatives
and friends are requested to at-
tend.
Jrcgoiy, recent arrival in
known as one of Amer-
ly World War I pilots and
bis. Although a native
born in Iowa, and a
the Roosevelts, he
Iform the first British
lying Corps, trained at
ttugh, Hythe and Goss-
rcturned to Texas to set
Hicks and become in-
|for all pilots in the famed
i Squadron 94. Holder of
scholarship in spherical
ky and the mathematics
tial navigation*, he was
Foundation instructor in
inomy to the Mer-
r:nc.
938 he has been special
in the preparation of
BS for deck officer li-
I'.S. Coast Guard
ve commissions. In 1942
i University he set up
the Army TYansporta-
)s and officer candidates
Navy and Coast
Iwith sister schools- at
^ and Fordham. During
active in
Bambi Linn To Be Heard
In Radio Drama Sunday
Bambi Linn, one of Broadway's
newest stars, will be heard in
"There Isn't Time Now," latest
episode in the dramatic series,
Stories to Remember, on Sunday,
December 31, at 3:30 p.m. over
station WKAT.
"There Isn't Time Now," which
originally appeared in Seventeen
magazine, was judged the best
! story in the quarter-annual con-
: test sponsored by the Bureau for
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] lished magazine fiction best pro-
moting intergroup and interfaith
relations.
The program is presented in
Guinea and Okinawa Greater Miami through Tr
where he was severely *-"dge- B na' B'rith, and the Flor-
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f >unded the tion League of B'nai B'rith.
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Pioneer Women
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Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will hold a party
in honor of the wedding anni-
versary of Mr. and Mrs. N. Book-
span on Saturday, January 6, at
9 p.m. at Harfenist Restaurant,
1381 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
Leon J. Ell, chairman of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, will be principal
speaker. Others who will appear
in the program are Manya Shu-
bow and Mr. and Mrs. A. Dorff.
Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president is
chairman of the affair.
S. J. Freedman
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417 Washington Ave.
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+JmUt) fkridirnr
,rkmen's Circle
fell Sponsor
lw Year's Fete
ianch 692 of the Workmen's
|e and its Women's Club will
1 its annual New Year s cele-
Li on Sunday. December 31,
ft pm at the Labor Lyceum,
lashington Ave.. Miami Beach.
I full-course dinner and drinks
[ be served. Noisemakers,
L hats, souvenirs will be dis-
Xted to all guests, and an or-
|tra will provide music for
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nade bv calling Mrs. Leon
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LEGAL NOTICE
eatick by publication
|hk circuit court oh' the
Vvkntii judicial cihtit
rPl/'Kll'A. IN AND nil! DADE
DNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
Ml ZATIN8XT, Plaintiff. vs,
Lto.N ALLEN ZAT1NSKY. De-
I SUIT FOR DIVORCE
kllLTUN ALLEN ZATINSKY
West 13th Street
fork City, New York
Milton Allen Ziitinsky, are
lv notified that a Bill of Com-
for Divorce has been filed
Bt vou. and you are renuired to
la copy of your Answer or Plead -
the Bill "f Complaint on the
llffs Attorney, BEN E88EN,
113 Beybold Iluilding. Miami,
la. and file the original Answer
lading in the office of the Clerk
lit Court on or before the
j of Jan., 1951. if you rail to do
ngmeni by default will be taken
^1 you for the relief demanded
Bill of Complaint
notice shall be published once
reek for four consecutive weeks
Jewish Plorldlan.
BE AM I I R1 >ERED at Miami.
|a. this 26 day of Dec., A.D.
B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
full rourt, i lade County, Florida,
ill i irl Seal)
By C. R. WILSl N,
Deputy Clerk.
lESSEN
Vvi...i,i Bldg.,
|i :
Plaintiff
I
HOTICE BY PUBLICATION
UIRC1 IT COURT I IP THE
(VKXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ull'A. IN AND Fl >R DADE
. IN CHANCERY, No.
fe.Ni'B WHITMAN". Plaintiff, vs.
IRAY WHITMAN. :.;-. known
IOUR1S whitman. Defendant.
Kfl I' I i >R DIVORCE
K'RRAY WHITMAN, also known
TiORRlS WHITMAN
I i Island Avenue,
|k Xew V..,k
MURRAY WHITMAN, also
a- MORRIS WHITMAN, are
n- fled that a BUI of Com-
for Divorce has been filed
fc* and you are required to
pop) of your Answer or ricad-
the Bill of Complaint on the
Iff s Attorney, Ben Essen, 823
Id I'.ldg Miami. Florida, and file
ginai Answer or Pleading In the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
Ion or before the 86 day of Jan..
If you fall to do so. Judgment
fault will be taken against you
relief demanded In the Bill
aplalnt.
notice shall be published once
eek for four consecutive weeks
Ji a ish Plorldlan.
IE amp ORDERED at Miami,
this 26 day of Dece., A.D.
B, LEATHERMAN, Clark,
J irt, Dade County, Florida.
lit Con; Seal)
By C. P. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
rbold Bldg.,
Florida
foi Plaintiff
5-12-19
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ri'i: is HEREBY GIVEN that
f "1. desiring to engage in
T{ under the fictitious name of
J Palm Bendiz Launderette at
I. lv 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida,
is to register said name with the
I of th.. Circuit Court of Dade
| Florida.
MRS LENA ROSENBAUM,
_ Sole Owner
1/5-11-lB
|ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
b* Jewish Floridlan bo-
its your legal notices.
appreciate your
ronag and auaran-
accurate service at
jal rales. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circuit
OP F'IjORIHA. IN AND POR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No
137109.
HARRY PRIBSLEBBN, Plaintiff vs
OLADYS PRJB8LDRBN, Defendant
TO: GLADYS FRIB8LBBEN
c/o Elisabeth Post,
509 West 212 Street
New York 34, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19 day of January
A.D. 1951: otherwise, the BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed bv
you.
Dated at Miami. F'orlda, this the
19 day of December, 1950.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Heal)
By: WM. W. .STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plalntirf,
1023 Beybold Bldg.. Miami. Fla.
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 22SK9.
RE: ESTATE OF
LENA MARCUS,
De ceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Lena Marcus, deceased:
and that on the 27th day of Januarv,
1951, will apply to the Honorable W. P.
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Kst it. of
Lena Marcus, deceased.
This 15th day of December. 1950.
MEYKIt MARCUS,
Administrator
MYKI1S, HEIMAN & KAI'UN
Attorneys for Administrator
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circuit
OP FLORIDA, IN AND POR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
117441.
HELEN JANOWSKI, Plaintiff, vs.
John JANOWSKI, Defendant
TO: JOHN .ia.nowski.
Ill Greenpolnt Avenue,
Brooklyn, New York
You are requ red to serve a copy of
lour answer to the BUI of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19 day Of Januarv.
a lv 1951; otherwise, the BUI of C.....-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
20 day of December, 1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
i iside County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal,
Bj : WM. W. BTOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
10S8 Sevbold Bldg., Miami, Ha.
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hf:rfthy given that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAR-VEI, CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
at 3469 S. W. 8th St.. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RUTH ZWEIGBL.
HUTNER & HUTNBR,
807 Olympla Kldg.. Miami.
Attorneys for Ruth Zwelgel.
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A D F Service Station at 299 N.W.
5th Street Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I>ade County, F'lorlda.
JACK FRIED,
Sole Owner
BF:RICK AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
12/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RE-NU-IT OF FLORIDA
at 1029 N. W. 36th Street. Miami, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH PAULEN and
NORMAN ROSENHAIN.
MAMRER & LIFTER,
350 Lincoln Rd.
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Adelaide Court Apartments at 146-51
S. W. 18th Court, Miami. Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
N. J. HERMAN,
sole owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
II M 29 l S-ll
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"TLIM fi. COMPANY
19
PERSONAL I
_ AND f
COMMERCIAL
jfl COVERAGES I
PHONE 9-3836 I
N. C. Srd ST. MIAMI 32. fLA. I
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ci^'v,-1^','"" ''"'tiff, "vs KX".
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c/o Ijoeweys
77 Chase Avenue
Yonkers. New York
and
Sha,',el M"Kage SSklK pile
Ftorlda:" "" ""** ** ^SStff,
M'i?!.1*.* fxtaurant equipment
In nh-k',Chen """"'"ent oUtaln-d
In the premise, known as nurn
nJVVaS *F "nd 8f'" *nd
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ami Dade County, Florid". In-
and wt 'hhe ,oll*'1winK f-SsuraSt
NeondSign,hen """""". *>-Wlt:
1 Celling Fan.
1 Stanley Knight Soda Fountain If
, "'"P ,' horsepower compressor
1 jwnlcss Steel Refrigerated naiad-
Sandwich Unit with l/I horsepow-
er compressor complete
- Toastmaster Toasters
1 Universal Waffle Machine.
1 Mosley Safe.
42 Foot Stainless Steel Lunch Count-
22 St'oo>l"llUm ,*a,her Upholstered
8 Formica Tables and Plastic Up-
holstered Lounge Booths.
JS0OOO worth of Mirrors. Walled
and back bar of Soda Fountain
stainless Steel Service Counter and
Stainless steel Watted Shelve*.
I stainless sieel st.-ain Table
l Garland Rang.-,
l Pltco Frylator
1 Garland Broiler.
1 Wood Worktop Table V.
1 McCray Refrigerator. Id cubic feet
wiib i horsepowe.....mpn
l Universal Dishwashing Mach ne.
1 Sheet Metal sink. DraInboard.
1 Walk-in Refrigerator Box SxS.
Kitchen Hood,
l Blower Fan.
1 Chopper and Mixer No 355469.
1 National l lash >;. gli ti So. t;
776 40.
1 Malted Milk Machine Hamilton
Bi ai h No
1 Sllcli g Machine (Hobart) S
1 Meal Block.
." Ga rbagi i 'ana.
i Large H inglng -
- Lai e Si | Blade
1 I 'ike Slain!. Bs SI
2 l 'le Shoa i'
1" Napkin I ill |)i
21 B inana Split Holders and S .
da les.
1 Tj
:. Dish Pans for Dirty Dl
. i' ling Cabli
Dishes and silv.rv. ;.ans
and all other
in. nt pertaining to a rests irant.
Hot water boili ment.
Yu are herein notified thai
of Complaint for Declaratory Decree
and for Mortgage F......losure,
ild chattels has been filed
against you, and you are required '
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the. l'ill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. A novltl and
Aronovlti, 748 Beybold Building. Mi-
ami. Plorlda, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
tho Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the l.",th day of January. 1951.
if you fall to do bo, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish FU.ridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 14th day of December.
1950, A.D.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
1 >ade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court *eal)
By WM W STOCKING,
Deputv clerk.
ARONOV1TZ A ARONOVITZ,
74s Beybold Building,
Miami, Florida.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
12 22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PINCH AND JUDY at :6 Miracle
Mile. Coral Cables. Florida, intend to
reglater such name with the clerk of
th.' Circuit Court of Dade County,
nrlda- WILLIAM SCHWARTZ.
RUTH SCHWARTZ.
12 '22-29 1/5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A ,v M. FURNITURE CO. (Not Inc.)
at 1119 N. Miami Avenue intends to
register said name with th- Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade i ount>.
WorM*- JOSEPH R MONDRBB.
II 22-29 1 '.'-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name '
Dolly's at 124 Eapanola Way. Miami
Beach, intend t,. register said name
with the cierk of the I "lr' r
"' l'"U"iivNN'xH' KUMBLE and
SAMUEL ROSENBLATT
BERICK d 8HAP1RO
Attorneys for Applicants
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, I
12 i 8-15 22_________________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOwICE IS^fJeWt

Miami I fc
name
Court
Owner
12/6-15-22-29
IN Tfu?T^,EN-T lT0i
'N' AND POR i,V, r" toL'RT
Hf"* -IN^P^B^^V.
In Re: ESTATE OP
JACK M BRAHAM8
Deceased
^-^Vffl^d
W&'^^^^w hereby
: lall'V/', E
Ron W m a vrrv t'!"rl"a'
Judge f l.a,i,c, f ^'v
Co^ouJ g ''
IS
Da'e .....lember 22. \ B
iv. S'AKY U. BRAHAM8
As Executrix of th- Last win ind
"'JACKMBRAHAMs!
BERICK ai I SHAPIRO
rix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
... NAME LAW
Honda, int-nds reglater said namii
with the ci-rk of th.. circuit CourVof
Dade County, Florida
MILTON FISHER,
Sole i Nrner
AMOS BENJAMIN
LEGAL NOTICE
N0TICE naSIr ^ctit.ouT-"
County, Florida
..JS^nWabV^^
N0TICE namIr, 4f,ctit.o^7^
MYERS. HBIMAnTkAPLAN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
theui
SHIRWYND APARTMEN' j
ber l
Bea h PI
: of
i
BENJAMIN sen VNFALD
Mil, SCHANF'ALD
fiENI SET

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
V%^2S? mSSn COURT
PLORtrK K"lt,.."A"K COUNTY
""'A IN PROBATE, No!
in Re: ESTATE OP
SIMon BEROER
Deceased.
T Estat -""S "r I-,*mand" Against Bald
nJm'i''',"'"'' of y"a< are hM>y
ed and required to present ani
ctolma and demands which vu, ?,V
ither of >.;, m:tv h.lv ,
f S I'ade County Morlda. to the
,"!V/a K. CANTON, Counts JudSe
'n Li ','""">' ""' la the same
in his orflce in the County Co
!!i'L1f.e U."*."* Co"ty, F'lorlda, within
'Ight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
- or demands t., contain the
the claimant and to
i and presented as afore-
or same will be l.arr.-d. See
:2'| of the : .. ^t
Date I iee. II, A.D 19
LOLA CAR! ILINE BERGER
Ai Admlnistrati i C im
mento annexo of the esl
MON BEROER I
K & SHAPIRO
for Admli rtrati .\
22.29 1/5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TI THE
IN s'TY,
pl mi sen o. :ry n
111 'RSARI INES
fioi
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which Is ei
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Date
of Deo
E B LEATHERMAN,

(Circuit C iurt Se ill
By; '' !IOE,

HEN ESSEN
siiki.I IN N LELCHUK
Attorneys for Plaintiff
liuilding
Mian
12 15-22-29 1 5
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN \\!>
:"I."K1>A
IN CHANCERY, No. 1372*2
SMITH CUTHBF:RT and
ItY CL'THBERT SCHADE,
vs, l: K PACKER
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Defi
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B. K PACKER
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ELIZABETH l.\
ed h
B ok I. at Pagi
R< rd s of Dadi I lorlda.
! ,ach ..f y tlfled
it a suit has beei
ELLEN SMITH CUTHI
,1 \i'.Y CUTHBERT SCHA1 IE
with
llerk of the abovi I mi:.
at M Ian Plor Is youi w\ li tei ap-
. nd I any and
your written defense,
iny, ; ilntlffi ittorney,
12 day of January, 1951,
fault of which .. Decree Pro
(V he ent.Ced MgalTlSt VOU.
DATED: 1......mber 13, 1950
B i: LEATHERMAN,
t of the Circuit court.
iCircuit Court Seal)
Bf WM. W.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 11 S '
the undersigned, desiring to eng
busine.-s iii lei thi I tltlous na
THECHICKEN COOP" al II N W
3rd A\...... Miami, Honda.
to register said narni iritl
Circuit Court "ounty,
Piorida- ,. ^^
MORTON A. KATZ
JULES KATZ
GEORGE K1.MMEL
RICHARD K. FINK
412 Congress BI
Attorne) for Applicants
12 15-22-29 1/5____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersli
business under the fictitious name of
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register said name with the Clerk of
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Miami Beach. Florida
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Miami. Florida
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IS O lUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
STY FLORIDA.No. I
RE ESTATE I IF
MAURICE DICKLER,
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Ni >TICE i- hereby given thai l have
. eport and petition for
as Exei uti x ol the
.f MAURICE DICKLER, de-
,il that on the is day o.
rv, IT.; will apply to the Honor.
.inton. County Judge
ade County, Florida, for approval
if sa Tt and for final dis-
. Exe itrix of the Estate or
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT ''"1 RT OP THK
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Defendant. ,,.,,,, i
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