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The Jewish Floridian ( January 5, 1951 )

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si 1 ^wiislh-IEIloipidliiaun OLUME 24—NUMBER 1 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 5. 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS 1951 Appeal Mobilization RalJyTcheduled for Sunday |OI lli-ass III Sunday. Januarv 7. W W„ „ ^ ..^__. W # op lli-ass In >."l Campaign n ESi a L liS U S?i r ^ be€ n amed "Campaign Mobiliza-, SSn MST W ? Se S d n H iCial delegation.'toTai^y S Stanley C. Myers, campaign STANLEY C. MYERS Mobilization Chairman mobilization director, is chairman or the planning committee in charge of the rally. Other members of the committee are Mrs Rose Kogan. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. I. R. Goodman.M. J. K< pelowitz. Albert Comanor, Dr Morns Goodman. Mrs. Dorothy Fink. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Louis Schwartzman and Mrs. William Capland. The rally will feature a workshop session in the morning program. At this session the presidents and executive directors of the nine local agencies that comprise the Federation will present the needs and programs of their organizations for 1951. Quentin Reynolds, noted radio commentator and war correspondent, and Judge Justine Wise Polier of the New York Citv Domestic Relations Court, will be i chief speakers at the afternoon : session. Quentin Reynolds is one of America's top-ranking foreign correspondents. His cables from far-flung areas of the world have helped to enlighten American public opinion for more than a decade. From 1923 to 1933. Reynolds worked as a newspaperman, serving with the New York World New York World-Telegram and International News Service. In 1933 he went to Germany as a foreign correspondent. He retturned a year later to become associate editor of Collier's, and went back to France, at the outbreak of war in Europe, as a rov, ing reporter. Since then, his reports have continued to illuminate events in Europe, and he has been particularly interested in the plight of European Jewry and in Israel. Reynolds has seen at first hand the DP camps and the immigration to Israel. He witnessed the fighting in Palestine and was i there when Israel became a state, j He interviewed David Ben Gurion. Israel cambinet members and plain citizens. His book. "Leave It To The People" presents in panoramic fashion the faith of people in democracy. Of particular interest is the portion devoted to Israel. | He describes the davs before May 15, 1948 and the days that followedFried land .\aincd Drive Chairman Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of Food Fair Stores, Inc., will be chairman cf the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The campaign goal this year will be in the neighborhood of SI,403,000, according to Wm. D. Singer, president of the Federation. At the campaign mobiliza. Kane. Max Orovitz. Dan B. SAM BLANK Pace Setters Chairman tion rally to be held Sunday at ( t he Westview Country Club, a report of the budget committee. headed by George Chertkof, will I recommend this figure. Fin:il decision regarding the goal will be made by the Federation's board of governors at a special meeting set for Thursday night. January 11. Accepting the chairmanship of the campaign, Friedland said the ni eds of the United Jewish Appeal and the other agencies comprising the Combined Jewish Appeal "call for an outpouring of money and effort on the part of the local Jewish community that will set the standard for the entire country." Other top leaders of the campaign include I. L. Mintzer. treasurer; Stanley C. Myers, mobilization chairman; Sam Blank, pace setters chairman; and Howard Ruskin. Jacob Sher and Carl Weinkle. initial gifts co-chairmen. Friedland. who is treasurer of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, has been active in local philanthropic and civic affairs since his arrival here from Philadelphia. He began his climb to financial success in 1919 in Middletown. New York, when with bis brother George, he opened their first butcher shop. Today, Food Fair Supermarkets system is seventh among United States food chains. Friedland will be in charge of an army of more than 1,000 campaign volunteers who will comprise the various solicitation units of the campaign. These units include, pace setters, initial gifts, special gifts, hotels, trades and professions, youth, juniors, women and metropolitan. Major campaign functions for oAAl L r,L r KIEDLAN D 1951 Combined Jeu-ish Appeal Chairman January announced by Friedland include: Sunday, January 7, campaign mobilization rally, at Westview Country Club. Tuesday. January 16. initial gifts dinner at the Westview Country Club. Tuesday. January 16. women's gift unit patrons tea at the home of Mrs. Jack Ablin. Thursday January 18, College of Community Knowledge, sponsored jointly by the women's gift unit of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal and the Confer. Jewish Women's Organizations at the Saxony Hotel. Tuesday, January, 23, special I gift unit dinner at the Casablanca Hotel. Tuesday, January 23. women's gift unit sponsors tea. Place undesignated. Monday, January 29, winter residents dinner. Place undesignated. a %  I ;s il L rial V CARL WEINKLE Initial Gifts Co-Chairman HOWARD KANE Initial Gifts Co-Chairman



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*je*isliIMM&L PAGE 2 A •luilg< Oka Is ICailio riiairinan For Musie Month Appointment of Judge Kenneth Oka as chairman of the radio I Jewish Music Month to be observed from January 20 to Februarj 20 announced bj Cantor Samuel Kelemer, chairman ol th J Music C ter Miami. Up Oka announced that a featuring J ] promoting Ji planm d. t the j • in the offices of the Bureau of ish Education, 318 C ingress Building, Louis Sch chairman, Al ish ed i remplo Israel has am that a Shabbal in ol ance ol %  dusic Month will I the temple on the thud Friday in February. "The hopi that other Sen. Kefauver Sen. Estes Kefauver, chaii of ,he Senate Crime Investigating Committee, will de In address on Monday, January %  at Temple Belli S dub. Th. "Th l 1 'rime In-,, be int, Col the Dade Count i u I his talk : da during 1951 The lectun %  club is sponso C will be the second ; Monday, Febi i ,,'' be followed by Elsa Maxwell on lay, March 5. Tickel • pie ofl : To Speak Here Monday .•ill be FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1% IN PERSON! JAN PEERCE Sundav. Jan. 21st — Miami Beach Auditorium Tickets Now on Sale at Travel Service, 1905 Min „i Reach Auditorium; Stevens ?2 Me • Burdine'B 2nd Floor Balonv; Enfield's Camera til 4 00 Lincoln Bead; Clemmer'. Pharmacy. 7353 Collins Ave Dado Linen Co 539 Collins A-e.: Steadman's Music House. 2339 Ponce de Leon. Coral Gables. Jewish Funeral Services... ,i with reverent regard to every adition. Our lull knowledge Miami Beach. Benjamin B. I SKi! s Mri ul !FoSh Kosher ll.inwit'ur Vtard For \on-Kosher Pooltrv On Premises Duntov, publicity chairman, A luncheon meeting of the music council is slated for Thursdi y, January 4, at 12 n i at the Miami Beach Y. Federation Units To Act On 1951 Budget A special meeting of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has been called for Wednesday evening. January 10. at the Federation headquarters. Special business of the meeting will include action on Federation's 1951 budget. The next meeting of the Federation board of governors will be held on Thursday evening, January 11, at Federation headquarters. At this meeting the board will act on the recommendation of the budget committee for the 1951 goal of the Combined Jewish Appeal. and I $25 .'i told G : %  '" U M nee n of his IIy MorJudg< Bernard Frank, Miami, municipal \i. \ Gross one "1 the opi itors ol the Kosher Embassy Restau 14th St. and Collins Ave., guilty in Citv Court Wednesday morn0 f violating th; K .ruth Ordinance of Miami Beach 1 having non-Kosher poultry on hii ,. u i%  Meyer Katz, Kashruth suj visor for the Greatei Miami Vaad {omd Hakashruth swnre out a war: I and together with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv, director ol the %  sassa ssH"sr.i JttS „:;;,„"i: Harry Sirkin, president of the Vaad, made an impassioned plea | to the court, citing "the di I such violations brought upon the whole community." Judge Frank found the defendMiami Title & Abstract Co. Moves To Larger. >lor >lo(!crn Offices The Miami Title & Abstract Co.. one of the oldest title companies in Dade County, announces that they have moved their office and title plant to more spacious and modern quarters on the ground floor of the Shoreland Arcade. The new offices are designed to provide additional escrow and closing offices and to further increase the efficiency of the title plant. Hyland Rifas, president, and David R. Rifas. vice president, report that during the past quarter of a century the company has prepared more than 100,000 stracts of title and has issued millions of dollars worth of title insurance. The company Is an agent for Kansas City Title Insurance Co., one of the oldest and largest title insurance institutions in this country. Clients and friends are invited to visit the new offices at 12! and 129 Shoreland A ing. day on a complaint Israel Bn nm I 1040 Jeffi Ave., who charges that Mu chick ISO violating the Kashruth Ordinance by selling n in-koshi r meal as kosher. The di fendant gave lus occupation as hi rid posted S100 bond pending trial on Wednesday. The trial did not take place as scheduled. conductei I n ligi us t 11 the requirements and our many years oi to [ewish families afford die ranee that each sen ice shall in very detail. fum l.ll ol all the n >| aithful si rxice nloitm, a.SbU ., celled „ 0 „ r two complete funeral chapels, „1K furnished and decorated, throughout, Vl ,\ funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere ol dignity .mil peace. ____ beautiMemorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West 1 laglei & 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664-5-335: Miami Beach 1230 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE EDWARD r. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE KISENBERC. Treasure IN NEW \URK 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave. 'BROOKLYN BRONX LONG ISLAM AJC Board To Meet The board ol the Miami Chi of thi V in Jewish Cor.. will meet on Wednesday. January 10. at the home of Mrs. li. Harris. 1175 S.W. 21st Ave.. acBuildcording to Mrs. Ruth I president. UlUOiVG "A rare treat in Chinese Cuisine" Lunch Dinner — Supper D


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LY. JANUARY 5. 1951 ^Jmisii f9cf~fdnot7 PAGE 3 A '11 Say ermany, the Jewish tourist cannot banish the lare of treading on mounds of mass graves, tering Mainz, or Mayence as it was called, the nal level changes. Some atavistic impulse es out of a deeply buried dream world; it seems ier in a more elevated mood, with the subtle tion that you are on consecrated ground, the 31am of a hallowed Jewish past. For here the and moving Uthane Tokef was written. And %  lebrated poem is engraved in the memory of f who during boyhood sang in the Synagogue He starts humming the solemn melody in the w original: great trumpet is sounded e Btill small voice is heard e angels ore dismayed ar and trembling seize them as they proclaim hold, the Day of Judgment! hue Tokef he highpoint of the Jewish Ritual is the Kedusha. h its climactic outburst of pure monotheism: ma Yisroel! But on the solemn days of New Year I J ,ini Kippur, the high spot in the lengthy service pentered in Uthane Tokef. A kind of ecstatic fervor >eps over an Orthodox assembly when the Chazan bts with high emotion this litany out of Mainz. It as if he decrees life or death to each worshiper f the ensuing year. While cantor or choir are f fcdering this Dies Jrae, the English reading worJipcr glances at the footnote of the Prayer Book ii reads each year the tragic fate of Rabbi Amnon Mainz. |c' ''' Amnon t seems that the Archbishop had repeatedly urged bbi Amnon to become a Christian. In a weak ment, the Rabbi hesitated and promised to answer three days. Immediately he was overcome with morse. When he failed to show up, the exasperated •ric ordered his hands and feet broken. The New ar arrived shortly thereafter, and Amnon requested ^duration Bureau loard To Hear larrv Samoiiholl fcarry Simonhoff, local attor! %  writer and communal leader, I pi speak at the next meeting of j board of directors of the |reau of Jewish Education on | Dnday. January 8, at 8:15 p.m. (the Hebrew Academy. 918 6th Miami Beach. He will discuss j Rwish life in the various coun|es of Europe and Asia, which visited this year. BMans for the Maccabiah for pdents in all religious schools the area will be formulated delegates to the jubilee conIcnce on Jewish education to be Id in New York City January to 15 will be chosen, lax Meisel, president of the Mail's board of directors, aninces that new directors, Harry Ikin. Seymour BLiebman. Ben kn Ginsburg and S. A. Goodpi. will be welcomed at the leting. pie Adult Institute of Jewish ^dies. sponsored by the bureau I Cooperation with all the Jewish kgregations of Miami, will close i J Wednesday, January 10, after | kessions. Final session will inIde classes in Hebrew, Yiddish, Bory, Talmud, and Jewish liti Jture, and the second hour will %  devoted to distribution of CerIcates of Completion to qualify. students and an evaluation of j courses offered. The institute its at the Beth David Confegation from 8 to 10 p.m. Mainz: In Folklore and History to be carried into the Synagogue. As the cantor was about to recite the Kedusha. Rabbi Amnon sat up. read the fervent poem he had finished, and expired. The Ultimate Truth in Legend Embellishments on this story have caused critics to cast doubt upon its truth. But when the traveler visits Mainz, it takes on a meaningful authenticity. For on beholding the enormous Cathedral, which still dominates the city, one senses the great power of the church in the Middle Ages, when its Archbishop, the most authoritative in Germany, was also the temporal ruler of the district. You wonder how the small settlement >>f Jews, stuck away in a dark quarter and surrounded by fierce hate, would withstand the powerful draw of Christianity, which held out the tempting bait of civil rights, economic opportunity, and high positions for the qualified. But a far more potent pressure than temptation was upplied. Expulsion and massacre were aslo utilized to break down the insistence of stiff necked Jews. Thus the legend of Rabbi Amnon. true or false, reflects the pressure of a powerful, all dominating Christianity against the defensive passivity of a Jewish minority, too weak to fight back, but strong for the crown of martyrdom. Mainz 1000 Years Ago But the factual historical has greater significance than the mythical. For Judaism of Northern Eutope had reached its first apex a thousand years ago in Mainz. The community was prosperous and JewishChristian relations were not unfriendly. Here lived Kalonymus ben Meshulam, whose ancestor was brought from Italy after having saved the life of Emperor Otto II. Some of the best synagogual poetry (Pyutim) were written by members of this distinguished, talented family. Rabbanu Gershom An active intellectual or spiritual area usually centers around a rare personality. Here a truly great man began a new epoch. European Jews found it unnecessary to seek light and guidance any longer By HARRY SIMONHOFF from the hoary Gaonite in far distant Babylonia. For they now had their own Gaon in Rabbanu Gershom, who attracted students from Europe to his academy in Mainz. This Light of the Exile, as he was called, cast rays that reach us through the centuries. His Sense of Justice We can take the measure of the man by the mark he left upon Jewish life and religion. During the Dark Ages when Europe was sunk in brutalitv, Ignorance and fanaticism, Gershom issued decrees (Takanoth) which radiate tolerance, liberalism and humanity. Polygamy, he sternly forbade. Nor should any man divorce his wife without her consent. It became unlawful to rent a house from a G landlord who had unjustly evicted a former Jewish tenant. A private letter, sealed or unsealed, must never be read by anyone, to whom it is not addressed. This led to the custom of marking letters sent by messenger with an abbreviated: under the ban of Rabbi Gershom. His Tolerance A broad humanity pervades the law prohibiting anyone from reminding a former convert of Christianity, who had returned to Judaism, of his temporary lapse. A high point of justice was attained when he permitted any person who felt himself aggrieved to halt the service in the Synagogue until his wrongs were redressed. These edicts, issued without official sanction by diets or synods, were accepted by European Jewry as if handed down from Sinai. His Liberalism During a period of persecution, the son of the Rabbi was converted to Christianity. Several years later, the emperor permitted the return to Judaism of those who were forcibly converted. But his son remained a Christian. When he died, the father mourned, sat Shiva, said Kaddish, and observed all the rites as if conversion had never taken place. The tolerance of Rabbanu Gershom shines forth in the darkness of an age of intolerance. >pointments Listed flrs. Louis Makovsky. presint of the Hebrew Academy pmen. has announced the apIntment of Mrs. Alexander | bi:-m. chairman of room mo: prs; Mrs. Alfred Stone, program I firman; Mrs. Jack Katz, SaturI D afternoon Oneg Shabbat' Kherings; and Mrs. Samuel Vnhart, special prizes. Samuel A. Weinfeld (center) ii presented with bronze plaque by North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith. Miami Beach, for merilorious serrice in eliminating discrimination and advancing good human relations in the Greater Miami community, as chairman of the Lodge's Anti-Defamation League Committee. Also shown are (left) Leo Steinman and (right) A. J. Kaplan, co-workers of Weinfeld on the Lodge ADL Committee. Kaplan is past president and founder of North Shore Lodge. The presentation took place at the lodge's annual ADL Night meeting at Temple Beth Sholom, at which 400 persons were present. 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)AY. JANUARY 5, 1951 +Je*isli ftcridian PAGE 5 A i/ol Appointed |r'*for III' iMiist Region .Ivin Pazol, president and rman of the board of directors [e North Shore Jewish Center, been n;tmed executive didf the newly created kter Miami Zionist Region, it b<:en announced by Louis A. nf New York, vice president ie Zionist Organization of Irira, who is in Miami Beach ie start of the area memberId rive. new region comprises MiBeach Zionist District, of Alex Van Straaten is presiMiami Zionist District, SanSvverdlin, president; Coral es Zionist District, Norman president; Hollywood t District, Rabbi Jacob J. president; Miami Beach la Young Zionist District, Goodwin, president; and li Young Zionist District, Don fcger, president. Offices will |ared with the Miami Beach st District, 235 Lincoln Road. ol holds degrees of B.Ph. |I. I.. B. from Emory Unity in Atlanta, his home town, loved to West Palm Beach in land came to Miami Beach a Jago. He is a member of the :>f the Greater Miami Jewederation, program chairman board member of the North %  Lodge of B'nai B'rith, memHi the board of the Jewish M-S Association of Greater p, and chairman of the budjmmittee of the North Shore [of the JCA. pil returned from New York eekend, after visiting the rial ZOA offices for an ini Snation course conducted by (ors of the various national | offices. ig Pianist Performs Bruce Hess, |old pianist, of Miami's promising artists. He red before %  people at J ler Key J irium o n lay eveDecember the beneI the Haven and reappeared kle v I s i o n [The young It is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hess. Rabbi To Be Introduced Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz, spiritual leader of the Downtown Synagogue, will be officially introduced to the congregation at a joint meeting of the congregation and sisterhood on Monday, January 8. at 8 p.m. in the synagogue, according to an announcement by Hyman Sootin, president. Theme of the meeting will be Chamisa Asar B'shivat. Dr. Narot To Discuss Showing Of 'Oliver Twist' "Should American Theatres Show Oliver Twist?" will be the subject of the sermon to be given by Dr. Joseph R. Narot at Temple Israel Friday, January 5, at 8:15 p.m. The sermon will be based upon the question raised by the British made movie which depicts a Jewish villain and against which there have been many protests. Final plans for the Center Forum Series of 1951. being sponsored by the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, were discussed at a luncheon meeting at the Blackstone Hotel. First of the internationlly known speakers will be Sumner Welles on Wednesday. January 24, at 8:15 p.m. followed by Maurice Samuel. February 18; David E. Lilienthal. March 14; and William L. Shirer, April 1. Alfred Stone, program chairman, opened the session and outlined plans, followed by Julius Jay Perlmutter. president of the Men's Club, and Herman Binder, lecture consultant. Attending the final session were (1. to r.) Irving Firtol, Dr. W. Wishner, S. Herran, Paul Eisman, Stone. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Perlmutter, Gil Balkin, and Irving Cypen; (standing) Nat Schwartz. Ray Redman, publicity director. Joseph Rubin and Binder. Jay liavini To Arrive On January 10 ruccio Tagliavini, noted tenor and Metropolitan rho will sing in the Miami Guild production of "The of Love" to be presented luary 13 and 15, will arrive |on January 10. artist therefore will share \s at the reception which rid Mrs. David R. Hochberg, ^s of the Sea Isle Hotel, have ed for Wednesday, January ley have invited about 400 is to meet Tagliavini and Uctor Pietro Cimara, also of Metropolitan. Sst list includes Miami Beach fs, patrons and sponsors of iild, plus a number of other lovers. toother Killl Chickens TENNESSEE HJLTRY & EGG CO. iOLESALE & RETAIL >S. A.M. THURS. A.M. lone* 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. CARTER .ECTRIC SALES Electric Motors Repaired job too larg^ or too Small" under management of DONALD HUBBARD 130 So. Dixie Highway Phone. 4-0125 J BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES TO YOU IN A WONDERFUL NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COASTER COLLECT MATCHED SETS \ OF 6SOK 12 FOR LUXURY J DINING-NO BOTTLE RETURNS J NO DEPOSITS-EXCLUSIVE / "BLOSSOM" PATTERN-STURDY ) HEAVY DUTY GLASS J SMOOTHER, TASTIER BECAUSE IT'S MADE ONLY FROM PURE PASTEURIZED SWEET CREAM A SHAKER FOR COC KTAIL S, M A I T E D S CHOCOLATE MILK. USE PLASTIC COVER AS A COASTER. A BEAUTIFUL GLASS FOR LONG, COOL SUMMER DRINKS. A HANDY MIXER IN COOKING AND BAKING-TO STORE LEFTOVERS IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR. TRY THE OTHER TASTE TREATS IN THE FAMOUS BREAKSTONE FAMILY COnAGE CHEESE CREAM CHEESE BARS WHIPPED BUTTER At aU Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Offire 153 IV.K. 29th K1. Pfnrae 09-47SI —



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*IDAY, JANUARY 5, 1951 +Jewlst rhrridian PAGE 7 A 1 ly ide Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rabenowich, 3025 S.W. 7th St are tertaining Mr. Rabenowich's brother-in-law and sister Mr a Mrs. Maurice Blanksten, of Los Angeles, Cal., and Mr' and s. Jake Rabenowich of Park Falls, Wis Mr. and Mrs. Morris Laster, 7800 N.W. 4th Court, have been /ing hosts to their three sons, who have been visiting Miami ich. Their son. Paul, has been honeymooning here with his le of December 17, the former Renee Rothenberg, of the nx, N. Y. Also here were their son, Philip, and his wife, of Bronx, and their son, Herbert, a student at Purdue University le visitors were guests at the Kimberly Hotel, Miami Beach Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen of Miami Beach announce birth of a daughter, Kyle Ivy, on December 31 at Mount ai Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Harry >ien of the Mantell-Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Maternal grandents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, 1650 S.W. 21st St. The bris of Bobby Stephen Satenstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. iest Satenstein, 1569 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, took :e December 28. Ben Moskowitz served as Sandek; Mr. and L Jerry Satenstein, the baby's grandparents, as qodparentsthe Rev. Philip Fried, as mohl. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle were guests of honor at a New s reception and open house Monday at the home of Mr. Mrs. Robert Lyons, 5203 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables. osts with the Lyons were the Weinkle's son, Julian, and his i, and their nephew, Melvin Weinkle and his wife Harry Spielman flew in from New York Sunday to greet new granddaughter. Karen Debra Sanders, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Robert Sounders. Mr. Spielman is the guest of the iders during his stay. Vacationing at the Seacomber are Mrs. Ida Berkowitz and Libby Greene of New York. While here, the New Yorkers renewing their friendship with Mrs. Max Storch. Ir. and Mrs. Ben Shapira of Winnipeg, Canada, are ding the winter season at the Palm Apartments, 1228 ~m Ave., Miami Beach. *s [Dr. and Wks. A. Kitzen, 2230 S.W. 21st Terr., have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lifshutz of New York and nd Mrs. Henry Gould cf Brooklyn, N. Y. Houseguests of the Max Kuppers, 1250 S.W. 21st Terr., have L Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fall of Atlanta, Ga. Last week the jrs were hosts at a dinner in their honor. Among guests Nathan Adelman, Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper and their Iren, Kenny and Cpokie, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper and -nd Mrs. Paul Wyle. .lbert Cook, Florida representative of Dwinell-Wright Com, producers of White House Coffee and Tea, has returned home. 2331 S.W. 5th St. and Mrs. Warren Soned were hosts to a party of friends o's last Monday night. Mr. Soned, professor of fine arts University of Miami, designed the decor of the restaurant, uests included Anton Loeb, art director of Paramount's us Studios, and his wife and Miss Ellen Ravitz. From Ciro's •arty proceeded to Hickory House, where Mr. Soned and oeb were guests on Barry Kaye's radio program. Mr. Loeb rted for New York on January 3 to confer with officials mous Studios and will be away several weeks. %  isiting Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April are their son-in-law and iter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal of Savannah, Ga., heir son. Harvey. Louis Binder, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder, of ond, Va., will leave Sunday after spending ten days g his grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Shochet. %  ir. and Mrs. Max Bennet of New York announce the birth >n at Manhattan General Hospital. Grandparents, Mr. and kill] Kenholz, of this city left to attend the bris. 'athan Ratner recently returned to this city after a month's n in Tucson, Arizona. Betrothal of Charlotte Ann Safra to Jerold Paul Kadison. son of Louis Kadison. Miami, and Mrs. Bea Kadison. Chicago, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Safra. 920 West 47th Court. Miami Beach. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. Eleanor Berman Betrothal Told Betrothal of Miss Eleanor Berman to Robert Townsend. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Townsend, 1320 Flamingo Way. Miami Beach, has been revealed by the brideelect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berman. 3736 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach. Both prospective bride and bridegroom are graduates of Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Townsend is employed by the Miami Daily News. Morris Pepper Feted At Birthday Party Mrs. Morris Pepper was hostess at a cocktail party in honor of her husband on his fiftieth birthday. Over 100 guests attended the event, which was held December 27 in the Pepper home, 1673 S.W. 17th St. Among the out-of-towners at the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Newton Frishman and son, Gainesville; Mrs. Harry Weinstein and son. Anderson, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pepper and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, Houston, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosenberg, Ft. Pierce. SECRETARY Executive ability—good at figures. 10 yrs. Exp. Real Estate, Construction. Ins. Brokerage. Permanent resident. 58-0267. ihtc Fancy Catering Weddings. Parties 8c Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 Ideal Diet: [Holland Honey Cake Fruited Basic to Living Longer und Looking Younger REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 GUEST HOUSE $25,000 Very Clean — Terms Lee & Williams Co. 5-6427 •-^^-^--.-------.-.-u-----.-.-.---.-.-.-.---. or Plain Made from ingredients, considered healthful for ages: whole rye flour, rich buttermilk and golden honey juperbly 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. —————— May We Suggest ail Wyner His Violin and Orchestra For All Your Social Functions Waddings, Bar Mitzvaha, Lawn Partiaa PHONE 83-7581 Renee Schinc Becomes Mrs. Lester Crown In Ceremony At Waldorf Astoria Hotel Miss Renee Helene Schine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Myer Schine, Miami Beach. Boca Raton and New York, was married Thursday, December 28, to Lester Crown. The service was held in the grand ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, where a circular rose arbor covered with ramblers formed the nuptial bower. Dr. Charles Schulman officiated at the ceremony and Lauritz Melchior, Metropolitan tenor, was soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Italian satin heirloom gown of irridescent ivory pearl with rosepoint lace forming the front panel. Rosepoint also fashioned the veil, which was worn by the bride's sister, Mrs. Morton Maxwell, at her wedding. She carried orchids and lilies of the valley on her white bible. Mrs. M a x w e 1 served as matron of honor in an off-theshoulder bouffant gown of mauve taffeta. Other attendants were Mrs. Robert Crown, Evanston, 111.; Mrs. Donald Schine, Miss Bernice Lebowich, Miss Elaine Pomerantz, Miss Joy Kilins and Mrs. Ross Rigier, all of Gloversville, N. Y.; Mrs. George Nevens, Burlington, Vt.; Mrs. John Simon, New York. All wore bouffant gowns of mauve tulle and all carried bouquets of starlight roses and Roman hyacinth. The bridegroom, son of Col. Henry Crown, Evanston and the late Mrs. Crown, was attended by his brother, John Crown, as best man. Seating guests were Robert Crown, Dr. Morton Maxwell, G. David Schine and Richard Schine, brothers of the bride; Charles Chason, Portland, Me.; Ens. Burton Miller, Chicago; James O'Brien, Evanston; and Samuel Epstein, Chicago. Thomas Schine Maxwell, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. Flower girls were Susan Maxwell, niece of the bride, and Irene Crown, cousin of the bridegroom. A reception for 600 guests was held after the ceremony and dinner and dancing followed in the ballroom. After a honeymoon in Hawaii, the newlyweds will make their home in Chicago. *m LINCOLN MANOR RESTAURANT 2 LINCOLN ROAD ON THE OCEAN Free Parking on the Premises Full Course Dinners from $1.65 Choice of: 8 Appetizers Choice of: Soup or Consomme Chef's Mixed Green Salad Choice of: Kishke Knishes Gefilte Fish Kreplach Kugel And Numerous Other Jewish Delicacies Choice of: 12 Desserts Coffee or Tea Hot or Iced The Price Includes Our Complimentary Glass of Concord Grape Wine.' 15 Other Reasonably Priced Dinners to Choose From Quality Catering lor Weddings, Banquets and Bar Mitzvahs — from 25 to 600 Reservations Ph. 58-5669 £ Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone: 3-1141 urdme's gayest fabric news under the sun! brings you the Hope Skillman's inspiring new "GAME BOX" COTTONS Only at Burdine's, in Miami Hope Skillman's new season group of frolic cottons designed for fun in the sun! 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PAGE 8 A %  P-JemstJMi^i^ 1 ^FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 19 5 | Joyce Kerzin, Mandell InDonble-Ring Servic Dr. Jos, ; %  '.' N i Miss ; B iici Kerzin to -Iai "' %  t the S Is are J I H. K n. 1510 wesl Bead T Mrs n Ave %  M -h. %  %  lace. Irri sequii nd seed ; ,ed the lace d I iress. as w fuliet cap. Her veil was of i n. Orchids and lilies of the showered her bible. Mrs Bart L Cohen, Tallahassee, wearing a strapless gown of orchid satin brocade with b and overskirt of nylon net. was D of honor. Talisman roses silvered leaves formed her uot and headdress. Miss June ... N< wberry, S. C, was of honor. Her frock was cal in gold satin brocade ler flowers were American Beauty roses. ^^ i les Glicksberg was beW and Mr. n and William Alvin guest: At the n and ail ving the cerenn ny. the %  s Rhoda Halzbar.d and Raye H ept 1 [-town guests Di Ha • Seld wn. Nc %  "• %  Sig Libi : and LeGi ss, Ashi ville, N C Iding trip to N ..... .. %  I an orchid newly w, Is %  the UP....' L. A School. the 1 : "" %  are S : • :. the Uni' %  Glicksberg Wed c At Shelborne Hole Beach Couple Wed In Surprise Rites Miss %  • < Ho bridi 1. hrman Th : i Schneid. I Mr Schneid Mr and Mrs M( president of his own Upon their return from a honevmoon in Cuba, the couple l w fl] Mo. 3 Century Lane, Belle Isle. I June Mara Libman i Becomes Mrs. Teich I n to IrwinB I". eh was -.hi lh El Syi Kjhl ... I.. H !140 I .st. A •'' ""' .,..: n de at 1435 s.w „ x .of Miami Beach Libman attended the University o! nd is a gradu., | t he School "f Industrial Arts, New York, and is a navy veteran. Mrs. Irwin Teich Mrs. Mandell Glicksberg I Alpha Epsilon Ph: sorority and a mo:: Phi AlpK ii v Ph Kappa Phi. .. and Tri en's Mr. Glii Pi La Ui Delrnity, Florida Blue Key, and Pi-.: Beta Kap] Mollie Diamond To Wed Mr. Rosenberg Announcement has been made of the betrothal of Miss Mollie Diamond, daughter of Mrs. Ella Diamond. 1528 Drexel Ave., Mi, ami Beach, to Louis Rosenberg, son of the Theodore Rosenbergs, Atlantic City, N. J, A junior in the School of Education at the University ol Miami, the bride-elect is an alumna o! Miami Reach High School. The prospective bridegroom is • %  High Scho I and the Un \ ty ol Mi, hi :: .. red n accounting He is .. Alpha Epsilon Pi I and Ii nl [ the 1 Foundatii n To Mark AnniversaryMr and Mrs. Meyer Kohn of Philadelphia. Pa. will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a reception at the William 'Penn Hotel. Miami Beach, on Sunday. January 7, at 7 p.m. A vegetarian dinner will be served, and members of the vegetarian movement in this area will be their guests. Marriage Announced Announi is been made of tl f Mrs Eva Marcus to Elias Ben nson, formerly of N>w Oi i ns La and now ling in Miami Beach. The i m DecemIrving Lehrman's I study. Helen Kluback To Wed Mr. Mardenfeld Mrs. Sylvia Kluback announces the coming marriage of her daughter, Helen, to Victor Mardenfeld, on Sunday, January 7, at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will read the service. The bride-elect, who lives with her mother at 340 West 42nd St, Miami Beach, is a student of dramatics at the University of Miami and has been featured in numerous amateur theatricals. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Sadie Mardenfeld, of the Liberty Arms Hotel, and is studying at the University of Florida at Gainesville. Joan Weidberg, Eli Timoner Wed hi New York Rites Ni w honeym ning are M M • Eli T : %  • • 27 at H ti Pi< in New V rk c t;. Thi • th : rmer Joan ter of Di • West tic City, N. J.. i nd M and M in J 7 ni r : W I • ..LI. g was Mrs Ednd Miss S Shenfeld. Bert • A Alpha Epsilon ttended •/ %  was grad aati i I n thi Un Miai founder and headmastei emeritus of Oxford Academv. Pleasantville. N. J. I ; also gradd from the Univers !1 June and a %  • nber of %  •• n tit s His is vice pre .dent and memI the board of directors of St< rn Brothers in New York. To Honor Brenners and Mrs Joseph Brenner • h ::t.-d on the oc, fifty-fifth wedding an• MiM n Sal January 6. ation Beth Mrs. honorary nt of the organization. I be Mrs. daughter ners. Betrothal Announced Betrothal of Barbara Joan Shuldi to Douglas Fein, son of Mrs Jaik Fein. 8141 ; : Boulevard. Miami Beach. been announced bv her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henrv Shulder. 4558 Alton Road, Miami Beach. The wedding will take place February 18. Bo:h Miss Shulder and Mr Fein graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. ON THE STAGE -IN PERSON Direct from record-breaking engagements in Los Angeles, Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland and other leading cities ... and now for the first timein Miami Hraeh Hollywood's English-Yiddish ALL STAR VARIETY REVUs starring MICKEY KATZ and his Famous Recording Band Pl.il Fatter B s,„>va JoH Ur „ Ia4 k|e Milliard Tfe* Tavar Banter, and an all-star ta* Beginning Wed. Eve. Jan. 24th Eves—8:40 P.M. Mats—Sat. and Sun.—3:00 P.M. f ROOSEVELT THEATRE 41st and Chase — Tel. 58-7391 A...„.i„„ lowish „ Pgani/aglonNj contac, ,he Roosevel, Theatre. Tel. 58-739,



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UDAY. JANUARY 5. 1951 rJewisti /*•*/#, PAGE 9 A Klatfler-Granada %  'onn'ii To Hold Kir^i Luncheon I Women's Activities Committee the Flagler-Granada Jewish jmmunity Center will hold its first luncheon at the new center building, 50 N.W. 51st Place, on Tuesday. JanuJ ary 9," at 12:30 p.m. t | Mrs. Her man Feldman, chairman, is being assisted by Mrs. Ralph Lang and Mrs. Maurice Feldman Shaw. Reservations may be |e by contact ing anyone on committee. (ghlight of the afternoon will speaker on "Interior Decorawith a question and answer pd. |e women's group is at the put time making plans for a U and carnival, and "Folk |e Night." ;ili Zionist's Hear Roth Imi Beach Zionist Luncheon [will meet Wednesday, Jan110. at 12:15 p.m. at the Lin|Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, to Miami Beach Councilman ^tt Roth speak on "Zionism day. Today and Tomorrow.'' ling to Harold Shapiro, ian and toastmaster of the |h has been active in Zionist since 1927 and has prac|lav. in the state of Florida past 16 years. He is mem|p chairman of the Miami Zionist District and has een appointed chairman of Membership campaign, rles H. Lee will report on News, and Jacob C. Fishnil lead community singing. pting Shapiro with arrangeare Daniel M. Broad, Paul In, Jacob C. Fishman, Cantor ^1 Kelemer. Sam Prosterman fving Schatzman. Former Center Staffer Joins Music Circus Cast Interest in the Miami Jewish Community Center's benefit performance at the Music Circus on Wednesday, January 17, has been stimulated by the addition of Sandra Stein, former counselor of the center day camp and until recently a member of the Jewish Centers Association staff, to the cast of the show. The attraction will be "Song of Norway," which features Edvard Grieg's "Concerto in A Minor." Reservations may be made by calling 3-3058 or 82-4311. Miami Jtlarin = RESTAURANT it 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. LY TWO GOOD PLACES TO EAT—HERE OR HOME! Jn Saturday at 5 P.M. Phone 58-8946 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone S-S419 Entrance on Washington Ave OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES GOOD WILL SPECIAL Top Oii.ilhv %  Irv Cleaning Blue Aibbon 25^ Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1403 N. W. 7th COURT MIAMI. FLORIDA Phones: 3-0753. 3-0754 YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING — D O N END SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! T LET THEM DOWN! BtSfi-*^ er2&&&31 ONLY Shipping Charges incl. duties *£&£ S?*^ 09^p er pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. >D NET WEIGHT. 55 LBS. .HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND — FOR A FAMILY 13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk; 8 lbs Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegetables; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice: 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas, Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit: 8 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs. Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea; 2 lbs. Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALFI CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! /e ship to Israel your self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only *c per lb. for shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of he offices of Farr Tours. (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb.) Your relatives have lothmg to pay there. (Outside Metropol. Area charges for self-packed parcels slightly higher.) • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 |<| lb $11.75 4 lb Meat 6 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Oil la lb Egg PARCEL 19 J5 8 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Margarine 2 lb. Veg Fat 2 lb. Rice 2 lb. Split Peas 2 lb. Sugar 1 lb. Prunes 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 can Sardines 4 oz. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 1 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. S..gar Powder (18 eggs) 9S lb $18.75 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb Oil 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops 4 oz. Tea 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix Mi lb. Egg Powder PARCEL 16 25 lb $12.75 3 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb Oil 2 lb. Sugar 2 lb. Lima Beans 2 lb Barley '4 lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 18 • 15 lb $12.50 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup 6 lb. Meat 3 lb. Butter 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cheese Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. BRAND NEW Pliilco Refrigerator $240*00 Plus duties 1951 WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS )W — No import license | necessary. No red tape. FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO NEW YORK OFFICE: 145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y. MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 377 BLAKE AVE.. Bin.YN 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 RoneV Plaza 231S Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5328 Uptown Office 6638 Collins Avenue Tel 86-1472 New ... all five 1951 Westinghouse Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and SOAP $9.95 $3.99 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soap, inclusive duties and deliveries by Air. Cl A Q5 Express *l*t.y< 200 Cigarettes incl. duties and delivery 6 bars fancy face soap ^



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kmiU FkrH&r FRIDAY. JANUARY Deadline January 10 t-gm B Funeral Chapel s. a OfM-n.-ri %  %  -.1-on runerai t,nape; w ,th i„ .-.: following in Mt and Cantor Jacob T&mbor Ittakf. Borscht r apadeTo Open Here Jan. 24 cowpoke ia tewn is JMM Happy's ereat western Chan! Hew about yoi? Join the Si^ —. ; -. 7• : .• .;• %  %  • %  • • • i V -: '. v • •. • -' '-"' % %  •. • : if %  %  • %  -. • Y. • ".• %  I .• .' FOR RENT la Comfortable Private Home— -.".rr.er double—also roOBO with twin beds, privileges. Mon:h or wno n. 1066 S.W. 15th St. Pr.. 826082 HEBREW X • • ••• %  • %  H ... ... %  : SAVINGS CLUB EVERY NEW MEMBER GETS HOPPY'J GREAT t PIECE THRIFT KIT You become a member by opening an account widj as little ai $2.00. You're immediately given a Hope, Savings bank and special pass book. Then Hopp; sends >ou the big 8-piece thrift kit direct Iron Holl)ood. The kit includes Hoppy's secret code, \our membership certificate, membership card, Sa>ing Rodeo badge and other swell surprises. MhM j: X •• rrf yv .. • t. %  &f S"v %  —j issHona O* OHOKv t,%  ; OMIT —1 (MOW HOn StCaiT COOf 0 TNI WIST Mi Mcrriec December 14 %  -.. ; • Come in and JOIN TODAY! Industrial Saving* Bank 46 W. Flagler opp. Court House! Miami or MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL Savings It Loan Asoc.. Miami Beach I Caxsi&y Sav.igs Club Members Only'. for Details PAN AMERICAN BANK 0 the Tra .' 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 Shopi. 1832 S.W. 8lh St Buy Direct — Serve Money ON THE OCEAN c/wtt^ a*utrt £n D p,rtmfnt • £<*. n ?ivin S Account* escrow Department Mernbwr Syateoa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation



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)AY. JANUARY 5. 1951 +Jeisti Fk>ridian |vo Committee ians Dinner the Greater Miami Yivo CornBee will sponsor its annual JqiK't Oil Sunday. February 4. 6:30 p.m. at Temple Beth horn, according to an anIncement by B. Morrison, seciry. he event will mark the fcnty-fifth anniversary of the Eclish Scientific Institute and fl include a musical program luring Cantor Samuel Kelemer. k Uveeler, executive secretary rivo, will be principal speaker Die affair. rking on plans for the dinner the Mesdames Morris Honig%  n, Joseph Goldberg, Rose y, Anna Richman and B. prison. %  eservatiotu may be made by |ing 53-6400. iiclassah <>roii|>s Mee! Monday meeting of the Miami Beach pness and Professional WomGroup of Hadassah will be jointly with the Miami [up on Monday, January 8, at p.m., in the Miami Beach lish Center religious school Iding. luest speaker will be Gilbert Ipaport, chairman of the (l istern region of the Young lists, who will discuss "The list Organizations of America Its Relation to Israel." i Miami group will give a piatic presentation called "A lolate Land Shall Blossom" in kmemoration of Tu B'shivat. %  will be followed by the li.il group of Miami Beach %  ada, depicted by Mrs. Pauline fed. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BYPUBLICATION fl Mi: CIRCUIT COURT OK THE I :\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT f KI.OIUDA, IN ANU FOR DADK I MY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 12S2-II. ll.M SHEPSEt, QRU8KY, I'lalnIf vi. TILLY ORUSKY, l>.fundant. TILLY (iltl'SKV IdreM Unknown are requftvd to nerve a copy our answw to the Bill of Comhi ri Dlvortc on the plaintiffs fi and lo file the original i l he office uf the t'l.-rk of *ourl fn or before the %  f I ••hi nary. A.D. 19S1; otherI • K Bill ol Complaint for Dlvon e, ;• i herein, will be taken %  11 i>\ you. ^ted at Miami, Florida, thla the 3 %  f January, 1951. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clei k of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. k oil Court s.-.ii) B) W.M. W. STOCKING, I'. put) Clerk. IToX A FRIEDMAN, I foi Plaintiff, I Seyhold Hid*., Miami, l-'l.i. I PAGE 11 A %  The last word in shoe salons—that's the new, spacious Florsheim Shoe Shop at 649 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Featuring plate glass windows from ceiling lo sidewalk, the smartiy-styled shop is lighted by the latest type slim-line fluorescent lighting. Interior decor combines one antiqued black par.eled wall with a startling red one and a deep tone green slump brick one, the latter dramatically set off by coral drapery. Unique display niches, each keynoted by a framed picture, are to be found on the two side walls, and a long sales couner effectively recapitulates the coral of the wall and drapery. Comfortable chairs are in umber plastic, and the rug is pale green. A planting area left of the off-center plate glass doors lends additional color. The new shop is featuring Flcrsheim shoes, exclusively styled for Miami Beach—in materials, colors, types and patterns suitable for resort wear. Sharet Chapter To Fete Hillel Girls Members of the Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, will have as their guests the HiUel Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, on Tuesday, January 9. at 8:15 p.m., according to an announcement by Beverly Koch, Sharet president. The meeting will be held at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Dr. Donald Michaelson, Hillel director will be principal speaker. Also to be honored are Mrs. Florence Goodman, adviser to the Sharet chapter, and Mrs. Rose Lewis, Hillel adviser. Romesa Rosenthal and Rosalyn Cohen are in charge of the program. Dr. Wolfson To Speak "How to Live a Hundred Years Happily" will be the topic of an address by Dr. Abraham Wolfs in on Saturday, January 6. at 8 p.m. at '.he Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St.. between Ocean Drive and Collins Ave., Miami Beach, i On Tuesday, January 9, at 8; p.m. Charles H. Lee will give the first in a series of lectures on' "The Heavens and the Earth." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'll' i: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that lunderalgned, dealrlni; t< engage in I under the fictitious name of • %  I'alm Bendix Laundryette al • N E 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, lo register Bald name with the fi of the Circuit Court of Dade it: Florida. MRS LENA ROSENBAUM, Sole owner 112 >••-:.; Adult IIK Island !• %  York l<"i are hereby notified that a Bill [< omplalnt for Divorce has bean p igalnat you. and you are hereby id to aerve a copy of your per to the Kill of Complaint on Intlffs attorney, and file the tni.il Answer In the office of the Irk of the Circuit Court, on or T>ie Hi.| .lay of Fel.ruarv. If SI I Jrwlae, the allegations of aald Bill %  /omplalnt will be taken an conleo against you. la ted thi* 3 iiav of January. ltSl. E. H. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. fcuit Court Heal) By R. H. RICE. JR., .... I ii'puty Clerk. PRQE J TALIANOFP for Plaintiff Lincoln Road Inn Beaah, Florida 112-18-U j Workshop Will Present Life Of Jane Addams Radio Workshop for Democracy will present "The Story of Jane Addams" on Sunday. January 7, : at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE. Appearing in this week's pre! sentation are Mrs. Gertrude Marx, Bob Brenner, Vic Knobloch, Sara I Seiderman Sonny Stillerman. Lowell Thing, J. P. Fox and Lennie Aronoff. August Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 %  i •V. Kosher Chickens See it Alive—Slaughtered Under Rabbinical Supervision BUY DIRECT SAVE FROM 50c TO $1.00 ON EACH CHICKEN Famous for choicest pullets. capons, fryers, from Maine to Florida over 50 yean Herman Poultry 87 Washington Ave. 58-1839 237 N.W. 5th St. (Miami) 3-7584 WE DELIVER VICTOR HOTEL Air Conditioned III M MROOM NOW OPEN FAMOUS for its STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE >cean Drive at 12th St Reservations 5-0041 Announcement MIAMI uitle and c4o3 tract Co. Moved to More Spaeioun Quarters New Address: 124 and 129 Shoreland Arcade New Telephone Number: 9-1892 y



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lewiish FtoridRiqun \f h "" "* t a ftB "' C rbh l0 Discussed At B'nai B'rith Meeting LIO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1951 SEC. B laini Jewish Residents Receive (urrilnus Cards from Klan kirrilous Ku Klux Klan cards, finR vicious anti Semitic fanents and urging reading of infamous "Protocols of the rncd Elders of Zion," were week received by residents je Greater Miami community 5r a Miami postmark, it has disclosed by Gilbert J. ^in, director, Florida Regional ce, Anti-Defamation League I'nai B'rith. lief target of the Klan mailBalkin 'reported, appears to sembers of the Greater Miami Ish community. K paper stock for the KKK |s lettering, typing and mimephing are identical with unbcratic propaganda mailings pstently disseminated in Florluring the past year by the iHondrix Ku Klux Klan facwhich has dubbed itself the |lii : n-Northern Knights of the lux Klan, Balkin explained. an obvious effort to create jision and spread anti-Semitthe cards bear the heading ihe Jewish Ku Klux Klan.' I cards cite a mailing address jox 194, River Junction, Fla. \Y Junction is located in the Florida area, west of Taljee. During 1949 a short Klan hate sheet called the Biern Gospel bore the River tii. HI dateline," Balkin said. primarily, we would not dignjn-American hate mouthings Ku Klub Klan with any recognition," Balkin stated. ce. however, the cards are rkd primarily to Jewish resiof Greater Miami in an rt tt> spread confusion and the Anti-Defamation LeaIis gratuitously mentioned on %  card, the league is releasing 1 Statement," he added. should be noted." Balkin linued. "that the United States brney General has classified K i Klux Klan and all diviIcss Israel 1950 ^ %  r'' v^aaBf %  i %  Li' l^^^L^^fl !> %  21-year-old girl. Miriam Ian, elected Miss Israel of 19S0 |ves in London, England, on a 1-will tour in behalf of the jng Zionists. Allowed to leave ^el with only a minimum of Dey and clothes. Miss Yoran ved in London with the clothes her back and two Israeli Is in her purse. She will be and treated wherever she in England by dress-making Dpanies. sions thereof in the Justice Department's official subversive list as organizations which have 'adopted a policy of advocating or approving the commission of acts of force and violence to deny others their rights under the Constitution of the United States." "In this period of national emergency, it is essential that American unity be maintained among all groups and that efforts by hate organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan to spread disunity through bigotry and prejudice be promptly recognized, exposed and eliminated," Balkin emphasized. U-M Will Present Pons, Kostelanetz The University of Miami will present one of America's most famous couples, Andre Kostelanetz and Lily Pons, Metropolitan Opera prima donna, in a concert at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium, on February 3. From the critics across the United States who have listened to Kostelanetz' performances have come words of praise and enthusiasm—"exhilarating presentation; eloquent, sparkling." The musicians who play under him sometimes consider him an autocrat. Certainly he drives them hard. He sometimes destroys half a dozen batons during a rehearsal. But though working under him is no field day, musicians would rather play under him than under most conductors. They know that Kostelanetz knows what he wants, and has the technique and knowledge to achieve his aims. And there is always a great deal of satisfaction for his men to see how relentlessly he pursues an ideal performance, and refuses to accpt anything that is inferior. Under his baton, the Kostelanetz orchestra has an identity of its own. The Kostelanetz Strings and the Kostelanetz Arrangements have become standard phrases in American music circles today. Luncheon Club To Hear Charming Jules P. Channing. chairman of the atomic aspect section of the Educational Division of the Dade County Civil Defense Council, will address members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their luncheon meeting Tuesday, January 10. at 12 noon at the Miamian Restaurant. Subject of Channing's address will be "Effects and Protection from Atomic Attack." The talk is part of the B'nai B'rith Civil Defense educational program directed by Col. Michael Isenberg for the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council. Weinberg Named To Defense Post WASHINGTON (AJP)—One of America's top business brains who started at the bottom 40 years ago as a porter polishing spittoons was appointed as Assistant Director of Defense Mobilization last week to help gear America for the possible troubled days ahead in a war-shaken world. Sidney J. Weinberg, known for years as one of the nation's foremost hands at solving supply and \ production problems, received the post shortly after Charles E. Wil' son took office as Director of Defense Mobilization. Also appointed an assistant by Wilson was Gen. Lucius Clay, military administrator of postwar Germany. Mr. Weinberg was the second American Jew to be asked to serve his country in the top echelon during recent weeks. Last month President Truman named Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg to the post of Assistant Secretary of Defense. The dynamic little Mr. Weinberg—he stands just 5-feet 4inches—served in the Navy duri ing World War I. For years he j was a member of the business I advisory council for the Department of Commerce. A senior partner of Goldman. Sachs & Co., a large New York investment banking firm. Mr. Weinberg was instrumental in helping draw up the Conway Committee report on the reformation of the Stock Exchange in the early 1930s, although not formally a member of the committee. The late FDR once offered Weinberg the post of ambassador to Russia, but he declined the offer. Instead the Jewish banker and financial whiz aided in the exploration of settlement of debts | in connection with the recogni[ tion of the Soviet Union. Weinberg's climb to fame and fortune began 40 years ago when I the little man joined Goldman, j Sachs & Co. as a porter. Attending school at nights to further \ his education. Weinberg advanced | in the organization and by 1927 was able to obtain a partnership j in the firm. The financial brain holds the I distinction of being a director on I the boards of more companies than any man in Wall Street. Weinberg and Clay will both served as Wilson's assistants in j the direction of defense mobilization without compensation. "Miami Beach's Role in the National Emergency" will be the subject of a panel discussion and audience participation program sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith on Wednesday. January 10 at 8:15 p.m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center patio. The program, directed by the lodge's Americanism and civic afBeth David PTA To Meet Monday Beth David PTA will meet on Monday, January 8, at 8 p.m. at the synagogue. Feature of the evening will be a comedy skit, in which the entire board will participate. Mrs. Alexander Stiebel will serve as narrator. The group's next board meeting is slated for Monday, January 15. at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. David Parnes. 2001 S.W. 19th St. Beach Units Contribute To Cerebral Palsied The Cerebral Palsv Association Clinic. 651 S.W. 1st" St.. has received a donation of $100 from the Amity League of Miam: Beach. The presentation was made by Samuel Weiss, Sydney H. Seelo, president, and Lillian Trehansky, recording secretary. Another donation of children's toys was made by Michael J. Carell and Robert M. Riddleberger of the Normandy Isle Improvement Association. i fair committee, will feature Mij ami Beach Councilmen Burnett Roth and Maurice "Doc" Klein; | Samuel Rivkind. president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners Association; and Walter C. Kovner, chairman of the Housing Authority for the city of Miami Beach. Moderator for the evening will be Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida Regional Office, AntiDefamation League. Vital questions to be discussed will include: (1) "Our Hotels— will the government utilize them in the coming emergency?" (2) "What is happening to our tourist economy?" (3) "Civil Defense in Miami Beach—is our city prepared for atomic attack?" (4) "How can we make our best contribution to national unity?" "B'nai B'rith has always responded to the call for manpower and community service in times of national emergency," President Newman stated. 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(tan* tstt*i5i*p'*'^T*r* r ^v= +Jeistn*rMto£L FRIDAY. (( Between You and Me' By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Ir.c.) THE SEW YEAR: funds I Z( lA I The Jewish communal picture but only for | will—as can be seen in advance— states. show little change in 1951 except TOPICSfor the contemplated launching in !" "> u ""May of the Israel bond campaign At the annual meet in this countrv ... There has been | Joint Di.-: very little reduction in local comJanuary 6, it %  munity in 1950 in Ithe 1950 L'nil kgpew most all Jewish communities, and drive will yield s II I ''OOli all indications point to th I for JDCnalthat there will be no reduction ly. the JDC in 1951 W • its 19 occurred this year, as a Jewish of the decline" in fund-. rael and consisted of tightening up budwil gets rather than eliminati actual services The J> vish over financial Agency's Committee on Control and Author., I will be continued in 1951 The JDC. Applied %  • now being rea viewed by the committee and antries other than Israel, is at this nouncement of 1951 authorizavery menl t:ons is expected in the middle help 25.000 Je< of January L'nited Stal be revealed in advance that the Canada. Latii Jewish Agency w.ll not renew America ... In this com in 1951 the allocations it mad< inlil 1950 to the Zionist-Revision ... : Hitlei :n 1933. the JDC and Agudath Israel organ./ led and I The question of authorizing Pales: separate Revisionist and Agudath 615.000 Jews This includes campaigns in 1951 is still pending 460.000 Jews brought to Israel on ... At the same time the Jewish JDC-chartered .-hips and p: Agency is about to renew its 1950 : since the establishment of the agreements with the ConfederaJewish State ... In 1!-" tion of General Zionists and the p t he JDC brought to Israel 180.000 Mizrachi under which the Zionis; Jews, of whom about 50 percent Organization of America and the came from con: American Mizrach: Organizati I n Curtain ... Incidental!-.-, do were prohibited from conducting j you know that the JDC is supseparate fund-raising drives porting 90 Yeshh I i and semiLnder these agreements, the narii : el? Agency allocated in 1950 the sum of SI.100,000 to the General ZionJEWS IS REVIEW j, !" Constructive Fund and SI.An extremely v luable additi i 000.000 to the Mizrachi Palestine has just been macFund which includes the Miz::>rature on Amen.;-.:', Jewish rachi Labontes The 1951 alhist ry ... A basic contri locations for these two groups in tl will remain on the same of the Jews in I provided the Jewish Agf-nc;.:r.States 1654-1875" bv M come is at the level of 1950 or Schappes Publi the hignei Should income drop. 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a. JANUARY 5. 1951 *Jewish ftcrkHnn PAGE 3 B |ff the Record Jy NATHAN ZIPRIN tYEAR all the trouble going on world one must be both a fceous and hopeful man to in the usual happy-new^lerry-go-round. And yet it I foolish to deviate from that custom, while hope still is in the human breast. And [ there is still peace, although precarious perch, there is :n to abandon the custom tolcing with the coming of jw baby, even though it may us with a hot sword instead .•hite page on which to quill Ippy chapter. On the other Tit might be wiser to greet lewcomer with prayer rather i with chimes and bells. For irorld situation today is so fcrious that sincere prayer [be more helpful than doubtJiplomacy. In any event, as [as there is hope that the men |ng the world's destiny may have the wisdom to settle 1 disputes over green tables, fan still afford perhaps to be fy even though most of us be tempted to tamper our riment with a drop of seriousrather than with a drop of kkey. Yes, the year marking Isecond half of the century was to bring progress and and bread and security to zled mankind, may be the decisive one in the annals ian from the point of view very existence on earth, [speak of the modern instructs of death with fear and fcdation and anger. But even if sick world of ours is only ly raked and seared by the is of destruction, the greater cts of another global catasbhe on the habits and morals ethics of mankind is somehorrible to conjecture, irever, as long as hope for ce lingers on, let us be thankffor that much. In the meanhere is hoping that next r's New Year column begins happier note. ES ON A DINNER ;intillatingSwit was the order ic day at the recent Interfaith Action dinner for Herbert |rard Swope, recipient of the jnization's 1950 Gold Medal ird for meritorious service to cause of interfaith and inter£i;il amity. A big chunk of apjse went to Drew Pearson, ken the noted columnist was [led to pay tribute to the guest [honor he related how Swope t>ke him into journalism and |ght him all the tricks of the le. "There is only one thing I against Herbert and that is ^t he hasn't taught me the art pugilism," Pearson remarked Ddst a peal of laughter that p>t have reached the portals of vo Senator McCarthy who has boundless courage to dish out 18Q and vilification and libel le hiding under the petticoat of lKressional immunity Claire [Wolff, who handled the pubSty for the occasion, did quite unorthodox thing when she i'nded to the release the folhuman interest note about Pope: "Had same wife for 35 lars. the same secretary for ii ty years and the same house|ld staff for thirty years." Claire 1 she had no information on turf winners Swope had :identally the dinner was a sher one with neither butter cream for coffee served with meats. Some of our Jewish janizations who seem to forget little item when preparing iner functions would do well to ke note of this lOUT PEOPLE Raphael Levy, who has done most excellent job as public lations director for the Joint istribution Committee, will shift the UJA in a similar capacity e moment Dr. Joseph Schwartz kes over Henry Montor's post Meyer Steinglass, current ablic relations man for the UJA. Ill show his skill in the Israel knd drive in the U.S. Jews je still masters of chess. If liguel Najdorf of Argentina had M won the recent international less contest at Holland, the first fize would have gone to the Irmer Jewish boy wonder Reskvky. Najdorf, like his keenest bmpetitor, is a Polish-born Jew. oiGVJSr BROS Avi Is I > % %  /I f S I \ hsl plaii PROUD In Caramel-Tan and Navy-Blue \ THE I JOHNSTJ Open Laic Phone 5-9867 URPH Y o^HOF* 22 I LINCOLN ROAD



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JANUARY 5, 1951 +Jewlst\nt>rklk*r) PAGE 5 B Pffigg MIAMI BEACH ItctV from ^ weather vane ^^ to welcome^S mot...modern as '51...new ^S lurnijhings throughout... ^ new coffee shop and ^S dining room...newly land^\ scoped tropical gardens... ^^ swimming pool...dancing ^^ ... planned enlertbinmtnt. ^^ SKCttl YIMU i tUSON MIES ^ M/UD STOW 0ner Mmieerwnt ^ IfUN ROOFING AND METAL WORKS root repaired now: you •ave on a now roof ltr ."Batiafaotory Work by Experienced Men" 414 • %  W. 22nd AveniM PHONE 4t\ GOOD NAME more to be tured than riches." Provcrbi ORDON UNERAL HOME-^ SYMBOLIZES EVERY IING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name )RDON has been asciated with service to greater Miami Jewish causes your time of need let help you as we have H for other gratefu' families ORDON 10 S.W. 12th Avenue hone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. ). AHERN Funeral Director Editor, Jewish Floridian Dear Sir: I read Mr. Guttman's letter wherein he criticizes excerpts of my article on "Co-Operative Living in Israel," which appeared in your December 8 issue. Orthodox Jewry believes in "Torah Me Sinai." Those who negate or refuse to accept this concept usually feel, however, that that which they say must be taken without question and as revelation. When I stated that I had heard reports of the several hundreds of emissaries who had visited this country, I included shelichim from the various kibbutzim and other co-operatives which are just as much a part of Histadrut as any official representatives. My authority is the articles in "Business Digest," a weekly published in Israel that appeared in 1949 and 1950. Mr. Guttman, of course, has taken isolated sentences out of the context. With the typical approach of the partisan, he wrapped his arguments around the national flag and privation, which no one disputes and which are not germane. The December 8 article was only one of nine. I think that I was impartial because I gave credit to Histadrut and many other Socialist enterprises, but also pointed out many of their shortcomings and deficiencies. Insofar as education in Israel is concerned, had Mr. Guttman read the other articles and the statement of Mrs. Rose Halperin, president of Hadassah. and Dr. Earl McGrath, United States Commissioner of Education, who visited and studied the Israeli school system, and Dr. Eliezer Rleger'l speech in New York this past September, he would know that this criticism is not "a weakness of Americans." I do not believe that Mark Krug, an outstanding American Jewish educator, student of Israel and writer, needs me to defend him. I choose Mr. Krug's impartial reversity, deplores this multiple school system. That Israel may evolve solutions to many of the present troublesome questions should not preclude or prevent a discussion of its problems. It is my belief that when Israelis become conscious of the fact that we here in America know and discuss their problems and particularly their shortcomings that they will be moved to greater action. I was very glad to read recently that commencing April 1, 1951. many co-operatives will lose their tax exemption and will have to pay an income tax. Anyone familiar with political developments knows that this came about because of a constant agitation. There were Americans who hesitated to make capital investmnts in Israel because they feared the co-operative tax freedom. However. I repeat, as I have publicly stated on innumerable occasions, that American Jewish industrialists have not and are not doing their full share in building up the industry of Israel. Insofar as the Labor Exchanges are concerned, I refer Mr. Guttman to the incidents during the spring of 1950 at Rosh Pinnah. a camp for Yemenites near Petach Tikvah. 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PAGE 6 B +Je*istnaj P l; ""; M,nh!L J ud l ge Justine W lse ,f philosophy daU ghter of the i ate such change Stephen Wise, said that i t .„• .....nf from .lA IM „j —1:_ SOPHIE PERLMUTTER as nn r, Or Horace M. • philosophy at ; for Social audience atf the Business • the Business „ way \ Kites of the Congress that ... ..... from JewishAARON SU88MAN ... N W Called upon to provide chaplains for lhe present national emergency, the Rabbinic Alumni Association of Yeshiva University. New York City, set up a lottery in which the numbers drawn will indicate the order of call for those in this self-imposed draft. This draft will affect 500 rabbis serving in the rabbinate in 36 different states. %  HERMAN JACOBS I!>. !" Honor Roll Comes Off Press each year by the Jewis pressyi II I %  i %  .• nt itors to 1 Combined J I by M ris K ecutivi tion Kni • Blui 3 k" i if the G:•. '• M Fed< n, it will be : Si :.'(d to the .' unity at next Sunday'; m rally at Westv Club. The booklet contains the names intribuied ten dollars tr over to the 1950 Comim I Ji *rish Appeal, which reached a final goal of $1,197,218. The booklet revealed that 1951 • ns to the eight local beneficiary agencies of the campaign amounted to S342.106; civicdefense agencies received $27,855; and Israel organization.S30.891. The maj r bem I the campaign was the United sh Appeal whose share was $583,487. In a statement appearing in the Honor Roll. Wm. D. Singer pn sident of Federation, says: "The : Jewry at home and abroad will be as great, if not ter, in the coming 12 months as they have been the pas: nds at the cros survn economic downfall. I nor curtail the f] w i : Ami ::can Jewish dollars .. land whii I • i %  unl irpti r. of displaced and h li.-.J N r can we closi of our own welfare and agencies at h "Th ihead calls for conity continued tedness n 1 the Great Jev .:..'.. '.'. I now mobilize our ; trees and our 1951 Combined Jew..-;: Appeal LEGAL NOTICE wan a I, R %  IW< i, Aim M %  York. Servlri %  %  1 UK JENNIE RUBIN : %  wan a %  : %  brother, S %  npl ten the i tuse for inting certain •: idition. p : Kallen to change, but not in su net that it beape from nges that add ••ness to the id, were creaI that the • | Jewrj was two-fold: to ng an ; rich past" progress toThe Very Best I CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE Al'THORITY OF THE STATE "I-" KLi iH • ALL < %  < %  WHOM THESE I'RES BNTS SHALL COME UREETIXliS • ertll thai when ..Arnold |i N.,.-.-. Miami, I'.i Mi.on;. Ho W % %  > Malyk, Miami F i ih day of I %  • ember, A.D %  %  %  -• • %  ll I. i % %  %  AcU ol 192.1 STEELTEX CONSTRfl'TlON CORPORATION, ., t with Its • • v :n the State of Kim of sucl n the 29th % %  I >n hei v.ii 1930 Cause i % % %  riled li thi nffl of the .-v. retai y • %  : SI ti cf Floi hnlriei indi the pro\ Chaptei 10091 Lawi IF Showing thi rporatlo md tl f Stai %  Ian havi I .-. • omplied wli IN WITNESS WHEREOF I navi ea t Si %  da ol (SEAL) l: A rjRAY, •"' % %  SARAH WEINSTEIN tl, of N %  %  n 1 %  .... York Beach Riverside MRS. MINNIE a • %  ild< ni h< r WEISS %  Ihia week. Sui ter*. Miss I %  III Sadie Krfdel Thi • • • Ni wark bj I %  I JOSEPH PRESS ... inwhere hi w • nsnt, He li %  on I 1 > i> Id ',: • %  ighti r, Mra. Mrs Edith n i .i II W ildm in Tin:. %  -. | i' tv b) %  • %  %  %  WILLIAM RABINOWITZ \ l %  f d tot) thii %  •A • The rent i Pro %  LOUIS GOLDMAN : IWJ k He ;IM %  j A C in tor Asto Miami f • % %  '• %  rife, Mrs Rva '' % %  •Mman. Stephen Wise, culture and : more allied with American*. cratic ideals than any othe- religion in the United '2 Judaism, she said s to become oppressive in the majority. Dr. David Petegorskj president of the Amrrican'je, Congress, told the audienct although Jews have a rets bility toward other groum cultures in the society in k they live. Jews should not interpret this to mean that i must through fear imitate conform with the majority. The question ed by a member of the audiJ who charged that me Atng-3 Jewish youths return country from the Jew exhibited such a marked d3 in their outlook that their p.J considered it "non-Jei Professor Kallen. sidc-tracJ the question, said that time all can tell which will be thecreuj outlook in Jewish culture, theij or the new. %  ABRAHAM PAKULA | of • leffi %  Max and Moi ., '!' • | I: rtel %  • %  i: • %  i .inter. N .1 %  n H| %  Sh ilom under RiverIn l-iniii Ave ...... : SfcNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. 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asssT""" JANUARY 5, 1951 +J mUt > tk>rktian :z \~.\iz.\\ \ T. -.-.. -. -. rvr .llLllVlltmnniTPAGE7B OS JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN maagmgiga of the newest sports to e fancy of New York sport murder on roller skates, [the Roller Derby. Fans go particular form of maye to the fact that there is of action and, inevitably, dy gets hurt during the of an evening's activities, the better players in the nown as the National Rollby League, is Hank Goldho performs with the New hefs. Goldberg has suddenun to come into his own ;i brilliant first year last Only a few weeks ago he spcnded for lack of hustle, recent performances he has ot of fight and is again |ol of New York fans. • • I sooner did we write a on Ben Kerner of the TriHBlack Hawks than Ben aril for the departure of his coach, Dave MacMillan, becomes the fifth coach to in three years. His replaceis Johnny Logan. Logan is liin in the active reserve and loin the armed forces early luary so that Kerner is cerhave his seventh coach up before very long. • • [had a long talk with Nat In, coach of City College, pier day and Nat discussed iguid appearance of his ball nth us. Nat is disappointed team's loss to Missouri in that figured to see the and NIT champions roll. s been hard hit with the Herbie Cohen, the set-shot who has come down with jaundice. At this time is about ready to resume ce in the lineup and will luable with several tough coming up for the Beavers. far, big Eddie Roman has own any of the ability he ^splayed in the past. People ginning to wonder whether left some of his game ben South America and Israel, he toured with the United Jewish Olympic Teach. pbtedly, the City College let will lose a few more before the boys snap out of lethargy. • Boston Celtics in the NBA piaving trouble with big Boykoff, former St. John's krsity star. Harry finds it Uifficult to participate in the pig cheer adopted by the TO THL CULTURAL SH FORUM RADIO HOUR KDCAST TWICE WEEKLY )AY. 10:15 TO 10:45 A.M. JDAY, 2:00 TO 3:00 P.M. )VER STATION WFEC 1220 on the Dial rected and Announced by y*oui UzrvdimuUtig, |6 In 1000 Israelis PERSONAL SERVICE through ^f HCted With Celtics, namely, the famous Allegaroo. Since he is a St. John's man, perennial rival of the City College people, he feels he is acting the role of a traitor if he chants the Allegaroo. On the other hand, his Boston teammates crown him if he doesn't join in the cheer with them. The only solution for Harry is to get traded to another team. • • Not content with cornering just about every independent basketball market there is, Abe Saperstein, owner of the Harlem GlobeTrotters has announced plans for an independent club to be called the Chicago Majors. A group of former DePaul, Northwestern and Loyola of Chicago players is being drilled for possible entry into the professional basketball league. Saperstein, who earlier this year dropped plans for a Chicago entry in the NBA, said the Majors will play once a week at Chicago's Rainbow Arena after January 1. The club has been practicing under Coach Phil Brownstein, former mentor of the Chicago Stags. Players include Gerry Nagel, Ed Dawon and Ed Earle of Loyola, Gene Stump, Jack Phelan, Gordon Gillespie and Chuck Allen, Jewish star of DePaul and Bill Sticklen of Northwestern. • Sid Gordon, home-run hitting star of the Boston Braves evidently is being readied for sale or trade to another National League club. He was recently offered as trading bait to Cincinnati for pitcher Herman Wehmeier, but the Reds rejected the proposed deal. Sid is a high-salaried man and in these troubled times baseball clubs think twice before handing out lavish contracts. • • • Big Irv Rothenberg of the Paterson Crescents has climbed into the lead in the American Basketball League, scoring high with a total of 239 points in fifteen games. The 6'8" end center regained a position he held two weeks ago, becoming the first player to repeat in the number one spot this season. Hank Rosenstein of the Scranton Miners has caged the most shots—82—and is also the most successful player among the more fequent visitors to the charity line, with a 74.5 percent record. • • Bernie Sarachek, coach of Yeshiva University, who doubles at the helm of the Scranton Miners, is running away with the American Basketball League race. His nearest rival is the Wilkes-Barre Barons who have lost four games as compared to Scranton's loss of one. Saracheck's success lies in the fact that most of his players have been together for four or five years. He is very loyal to his underlings and tries to keep them on even after they have outlived their usefulness as active performers. Right now his best unit includes Jerry Fleischman, Hank Rosenstein and Nat Militzok. handwriting analysis, by David Meyer. There is nothing more revealing of your character, personality and vocational traits and aptitudes than your handwriting. Have David Meyer, trained and experienced handwriting psychologist, give you a psychological check-up. Send at least 12 lines written with pen and ink—no ball point—in self-addressed, stamped envelope with 50 cents — no stamps—to David Meyer, The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. We have with us today a modern "court jester." He is a clown with the Ringling Circus. He is about 35 and his career has included stretches with Broadway choruses, Gilbert and Sullivan troupes and the lesser bistros. Slapstick comedy and asides with double entendre are his forte. Of course, he ran away from home when he was a kid. I say "of course" because the writer of the specimen belongs to the eternally wandering tribe of humanity. Nothing, particularly the homey and prosaic, can hold him for long. He boasts of three wives but is rather vague about the divorces. He told me he certain he must have children around somewhere. The only person to whom he really felt close was his mother, but he rarely sees her. He carries her photo about with him wherever he goes. He is of medium height, slight and agile, with dead serious blue eyes and a rubber face. How does his handwriting go with his personality and temperament? Note, first of all, the large size. The pressure is light and the slant to the right. The letters are rounded, so are the connecting strokes. The lower loops are inflated, the capitals high. And the writing has the infallible sign of a "character:" the "o's" shut tight with a little loop. Note that the "a's" and "g's" have the same queer little loops. NEW YORK (A JP)—Israel's fight against dreaded tuberculosis, a prominent American expert on TB said, has become as vital and critical as the Jewish State's war for survival against the Arab invasions of 1948. Recently returned from a fiveweek inspection tour of Israel where he viewed the Israelis' medical facilities for combatting TB. Dr. Alan Hurst, medical director of the National Jewish Hospital in Denver, said that statistically speaking, Israel's tuberculosis rate is about five or six times that of the United States. Inasmuch as the United States figures also list dormant and active cases of TB while Israel's lists carry active cases. Doctor Hurst estimated that the Jewish State's TB rate would probably skyrocket 15 times that of he I United States. Breaking the figures down, Doctor Hurst said that six in every 1000 Israelis suffered from the disease. In the United States, he added, the ratio was one in each 1000. TB has become Israel's greatest killer, said Doctor Hurst, because of the great waves of European immigration. Years of undernourished life in concentration camps was cited as a major cause for the large percentage of TB among newcomers to Israel. Before the great influx. Doctor Hurst reported, the TB rate in the Holy Land was .8 per 1000—lower than the United States. Lacking medical facilities. Doctor Hurst reported, shacks, barns and in one case an old prison building, were being whitewashed and converted into hospitals for TB patients. In reviewing Israel's medical needs Doctor Hurst told the American Jewish Press that although Israel has enough doctors numerically, there is a great shortage of young doctors willing to go into the rural areas and work among the collective settlements. -*&2^^^C*^t House, Land In Israel Available To Americans, He is amiable, gregarious, has no This is the writing of a person who feels everything in a fanciful, exaggerated way. Often he confuses fantasy with reality because fantasy is more real to him than reality. He wanders through life seeking his fantasies, his subconscious images, the dreams and hopes of his early childhood. Nothing real can satisfy him for long. He must always have an audience and play at living. There is nothing he can endure less than privacy. Isolation would kill him. He would rather have the plaudits of the crowd than love or riches. He is a born showman and must dramatize and exaggerate every bit of experience into a tall story. He is vain, but as innocent and guiless as a child. Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. i f r r.* ^' A A ^ v.uu y,x ftWi u Wr'rt g3B gg Motet LONDON ARMS TU3 AIR-COOCED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC A PHONE 5-1264 WE CATER Banquet! 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Of course, he SIMON SEIDEN tion to the Special Feature Sunday—"Sightseeing Tour 1 Jewish Institutions and ations of Greater Miami." is $8,400, of which $3,000 will be available to the settler as a loan from the Jewish Agency. The land, put at the disposal of the Rural and Suburban Settlement Co. (Rasso Ltd.) of Tel Aviv, by the Jewish National Fund,, is suited for vegetable, poultry and dairy farming. will not necessarily keep his word —if he finds it inconvenient. His hobbies are making lamp shades and feeding birds. SOUTHWEST KOSHER FOOD MARKET Strictly Kosher Fresh Meats, Poultry & Delicatessen 1007 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone 4-3926 Under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth FREE DELIVERY "One Trial Will Convince You" &f &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f 4>4>4> FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN! 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PAGE 8 B FRIDAY, JANUARY S. m Fl %  THE'KS'T IN KOSHER FOODS / w J& Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Planning a Party? • Party Knishes • Sandwiches • Decorated Buffet Platters • Roast Turkeys • Stuffed Derma • Roast Broilers • Retail Delicatessen • Cocktail Franks • Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers of I* II Distinction For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Special Attention to Hotels and Organizations pom*pa %  •Sfcr^v W rlabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 404 S.W. 8th Avenue Phone 9-2477 LISTEN TO THE JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WTTT—1490 on Your Dial Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newscaster and Historical Narrator SUNDAY 10 TO 11 A.M. WEDNESDAY 1 TO 1:30 P.M. FRIDAY 1 TO 1:45 P.M. Religious Directory. Temple israei (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. i %  %  \ i %  Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. .%  15. Sum %  i Congregation (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. %  i North (Conservative). • Frlda) IS nt 8:1" S il>l>.ith Oneg Sabbath f< P '"• l"l* Sc hwartxman si i utivc i %  iter Miami Burea '" %  %  on, will l>i n'* %  f Jewish Education "Cam cungn • singing. A reception will follow the forum > n irtlaj lug B< .t.ii' Rabbi K\ er will : th< VVi %  )|.Ml. Mill' I. %  ,,i,]. %  %  | itcd by Harrj K / ow; Maarlv wll plete thi B. Daily si w at I a.ni followed by i lass In Mis rabbi. Mlncha al %  %  '' %  % % %  i l.i.-in Jewish I..."ind i %  %  to 6: 10. Sunday istratlon il n tin Kverj Sunday thi %  g al !• followi Temple lietn snoiom tLiberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi Samuel Kelemer. V\ .!:i\even in id-' I'resi : Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. Moil it I an and Sunat B a.m. Mlncha al M • %  m dall>. West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. Vour Future." Sal a Hi, %  Miami HeDrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Avo. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. the '.'. %  il Congregat:on Beth uavid (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th day I %  Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7tn Avenue. Shore -ewish Cent" Biscayne W men'taYy School Cafetorium, 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. %  Temple Israei, 2020 Broward Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E. Kneseth Israel Singer, Rabbi. %  Congregation Beth Ttilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackoviky. Friday Saturday morning al W "'• %  ir||| preach on the Portion ol Week U 4:00 vlll speak on Mlncha al I I by shaloi %  %  and v. i Custoi d on Moi lewlsl in id Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. FYld %  D • %  Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshibolh Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave. I Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David), 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz. n i 1 m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. n %  %  ; %  %  Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. SICOFJoseph Malck, cantor; Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. STS SET ^ Maurice Mamches. I 1 %  1 %  M H kiwi %  %  %  %  %  Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. • Isaac S its at North Dane 'Conservative), "ill offlclJewish Center 13630 W. Dixie I 10 Park. N.E Ave. Rev. 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JANUARY 5. 1951 +Jewisti lk*liar PAGE 9 B ii Lowell Gives lillel Post YORK (AJP)—Charging tged pro-Communist afattributed to him had fa turmoil of fear," Rabbi |in B. Lowell, for more vo vears administrative fy of the National Hillel tion, resigend hi s post Lowell's resignation cliseveral month-long concharges and counterbetween the American League Against CommuntRabbi Lowell in which the national president, Alohlberg, charged that had affiliated with proist groups and spoken at ist "front" rallies. Rabbi in denying the charges, Kohlberg's statements an "half-truths, insinuations .•n-right inaccuracies in ce with the methods he ivs used." American Jewish Press that Rabbi Lowell had his resignation after a eeting with Hillel's naoard. Hillel Foundation, a 'nth project, serves the needs of American Jewents. THE ADVENTURES OF ..AS CAPTAIN TOV REAJJZEa HIS MISTAKE OF LEAVING AVIVA ALONE AND SEES HER, CAPTURED By HAJ MUSA'S MEN, SUDDENLY... WELL, WELL, THE CAPTAIN TOV.' WE GREAT MEET IN, BUT.. THIS TIME YOU WILL 3UFFER FOR IW PLEASURE WHEN THE DAWN BREAKS THROW THEM INTO THE ^CENTER DUNGEON/ >>SU(5\ LAUGH WHILE >t>U CAN) HAJMUSA. yOU'LL <— SING A DIFFERENT TUNE WHEN I GET rV\y HANDS ON YOUR FILTHY J-tf— THROAT / j — 1/ Lowell told the American ^ress that the Hillel naammission felt the public i effect of the alleged proirges against him were maging than the value of within the Hillel struc\e\v of this," Rabbi Lowell lad no other course but itarily resign my post." %  rated his innocence of the made against him and "I don't want to say anylat would hurt the work el." Rabbi Lowell joined lei staff in 1926 and has /ith the campus organizaand off for the past 25 Lowell said he had no plans for the future, finally replying to an into Rubbi'Lowell's status, %  man for National Hillel that the rabbi had rend that his resignation accepted. iny statement will have from Rabbi Lowell, not spokesman added. AJP fed Rabbi Lowell at his hidency and learned that gnation was "caused by a of fear relative to me" out of the Kohlberg a spokesman for Hillel AJP and issued the kg statement: lew of the fact that Rabbi name has been in the Recently as a result of [stemming from irresponspces there will inevitably asure of speculation as to sons for Rabbi Lowell's ion. Such speculation is be unfair either to Rabbi r to Hillel. Rabbi Lowell because of his recogni[a basic difference in aplo Hillel aims and policies because of the pressure outside group or indivilllel statement followed by |ie American Jewish Press' with Rabbi Lowell. ;rg, in a recent letter to •\ Judge Holt Speaks At Peninsular Graduation Circuit Judge George E. Holt addressed the graduating class of Peninsular Institute at the commencement exercises last Thursday night at the Miami Woman's Club Auditorium. Joseph A. Wanick, attorney and member of the faculty, presided Diplomas were awarded by Eli Hurwitz, director of the institute. Among the dignitaries present 'were Mayor William Wolfarth; J. J. Brown, senior special agent, U.S. Internal Revenue Intelligence Unit; Samuel L. Ready, president of the Dade County Society of Certified Public Accountants; and Harry H. Meyer, president of the Miami Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors. Frank Goldman, president of the B'nai B'rith, charged that Rabbi Lowell was affiliated with proCommunist organizations and had participated in the activities of "front" groups. At the time the charges were made and later Lowell consistently denied the allegations. Kohlberg had written Goldman that ". we ask whether Jewish youth is not in danger, though your instrumentally, when it is subjected to the guidance of a Benjamin Lowell." Later in the letter he termed the Hillel "situation" as "serious" and said that "something very thorough must be done immediately." One of America's outstanding service organizations, B'nai B'rith, Hillel's sponsoring body, recently went on record supporting United States action in Korea, Goldman pledged to President Truman "the full support of B'nai B'rith for the measures which he has advocated in his message to the Congress and for his stand in the Korean crisis. "B'nai B'rith with all that it has," Goldman said, "is unitedly and unreservedly behind President Truman and our government." SAUL KENHOLZ 'nholz Kosher Lv*taal Products tone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere Exclusive for "999' Real Kosher—New York %  PONCE DE LEON %  or. Almeria Ave.) WHOLESALE & RETAIL WE WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS under the auperviaion of the Greater Miami V.iad Hakashruth, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky, Director INNTAG KOSHER CATERERS T eddinan Har Mitzrahs lint ills Garden Parties At Your Home or Leading Hotels Under Complete Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth 1701 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 Basketball Game The Miami Jewish Community Center's basketball team will face j the Coral Gables Youth Center i Quintet Sunday evening, January 7, at the Miami Jewish Community Center's auditorium. In the preliminary game the' junior varsity squad will meet Shenandoah Park hoopmen. Dancing to the music of a Negro orchestra will follow the [ game. The chairman of the affair is Seymour Hinkes. Assisting him are Lillian Rothman, Laura Futernick, Elaine Polack, Paul Jacobskind, Felicia Summii field, | Hostesses will be Lee Friedman, I Shirley Friedman, Elaine Futerfas | and Ester Branson. S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Privaie Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 DES0T0HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA Phone — riranratrr T818 Osteopathy, Physle-Elactrt, Hydra Therapy 1 All pMimn with private balh or sliower I in this mocli'rn *tramhrat<'


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PAGE 10 B +Jewistintridtoin_ ""DAY. JANUARY; Jewry's Future Is In Establishment Of Hebrew Day Schools, Klein Asserts The future of American Jewry lies in the establishment of dayschool's similar to the Hebrw Academy of Miami Beach. Stephen Klein, president of Barton's Chocolates. Inc. of New V and well-kn >wn Jewish educational leader, sa i this week. Klein, wh i is a %  the H tel G .i. Miami Beach, paid a v to the Hebrew Academy or. Vloi %  %  ties, Speaking tx Shipping Service To Israel Offered A uniqui shippii • t & Shii 145 2nd Local Tours t 2315 C Ave. an I 6638 C -llins ami B< Under this %  S :: %  and board of din tors of tl %  academy. Klein said. "Afti r tourthe country and visiting i titul I nt 1 that your insi ne known as one of ::. finest in thi ountry."' "Nati nal J( wish leaders become convinced that only ;gh educa: n n I faith survive, for religion not onlybuilds good Jews, but bu:lds good It will b( to Israel immi : | and 70 pounds : r Und pn sent laws, tted t nd the foil ing q of foods to a familj 13 lbs i anned meat; 8 lbs. citizenship. The people of Greater n taken a forward step ***"•• 8 butter j 8 lbs in that direction bv organizing 8 ibs A m \ P.'^'v .'"eluding and supporting an institution like ""> miU %  dried fruit, inthe Hebrew Academy." i eluding nuts: 8 lbs. dried v. .,, .. bles: 8 lbs. canned fish; 8 lbs. 'I 1 !" 11 chocolate, including cake and candies; 8 lbs. rice: 8 lbs. legumes: 8 lbs. cereals: 8 lbs canned fruit; the school by Rabbi Alexander S. G: -principal, Dr. David S. Andron. president, and Jack Satin, executive vice president. Leon Elkin, Leader In Workmen's Circle, Dies Leon Elkin, 58, one of the founders of Workmen's Ci Branch 682. passed away Monday. A resident of Miami Beach :' i 8 lbs. jellies and jams: 8 lbs powder: 4 lbs coffee: 4 lbs and soup extracts; 2 lbs tea 2 lbs spices. Family Export & Shipping Co. will also ship your self-packed parcels of used clothing to I Charge, including Israel duties, is 16 cents per pound. In addition, the firm sells gift certificates for its own Kosher Mrs. Meyers To Speak Mi X:'. Brenner Meye. MBeach ittorn. leader, : I Center Members To Hold Supper Meeting Beach J rill be tl M %  Janua t 6:15 i Abeing ce. Tickets For Cantor Show Co On Sale Tick' ts are now on one-i nted by 85 of the American I. Miami Beach Mui n February 27 an I 28 and March 1. according to J H. Ruby, post commander. They may be purchased in Room 251, 420 Lincoln Road. M P eeds will be used ft erans rehabilitation at Pratt G eral Hospital, other veteran charities and genera] community service. Program Feature To Observe 1st Birthday Harol i Shapiro, narrator of the "Builders of Is•h.it a special %  Id on Sunday. 15 p.m., over rtavance of the f this feature ii .,1 Hour. g na | nan at< d -12 biog: .1, wish men I v iti I their shment of the lal 15-minute • • • director, xriate di tted half an hour f or i anniversary Sha] : • durcd on • i .. i "the man with has : %  reived for his ts to spread ally by mi ins of edpublic in the Ii velopment of the 5tal [n ideasts, Shapiro has : in the controveri f these Israel builders, but has ted the unJi ish leaders enting every phase of '.'. :. I :mg political, cultural, practical, revi/.lonism. A itir, "Builders el" has been so favorably .TT 1 7 d ? ,hC "** that it will continue j* FICH NERVOl TENSION 1 Southeastern I in ami' Co. Mil— MsnaM teodi tortiaogJ tsnstoa, to permit refrahini J ha helped thoia.odt.Wh,.,. II %  chance to help jotf Try Miles NERVINE when • %  teoiioe eika j Jompy. •nnky. Jwpl^.p, BW M i l — Narrln. — liquid mi 4 vmcmal tablet*. Try thHn.Yo„ back tf ft* are not eutaflad. CAUTION— M onrr aa directed EiTavastest tabieta. 38c and 73cLiquid. 33c and Sl.OO. Mala* Labor, tolea. Inc. Bkbart. ted. MM iToati PHONE 2-7005 duPont Building Miami •v., „.-. o; u l J ,.HUIMIO IUI us own ivosner *'*!? o reilded 3t %  f00d P arce!s whi <* !" nge in pri. ~ loi9 Drexei Ave He served as from $11.75 to $18.75. Parcels I MILES NERVINE an a;-.::: : i Metr p litan Insurance Company for 18 years. Beng instrument Miami B -. s Circle, E'.^.n or:'ed the '•'•" %  in 1927 and served as secBeach branch t r many yeai board of direct thi rganiral • board of Greater M • %  nd tl I Servici Bureau I. %  thi Mil mi Bi h B'nai B': ith Surviv s include Esther: a s n, Gei I M M y Free' %  Island N %  : sistei Mi Sylvia S : -'•: Se: v L L 2J w .:.%  :. \\ ;.: p : : :: Sii A tltS %  :. %  % %  cigarettes and face soap for Israel run from $3.99 to S14.95. The company also sells electrical appliances for shipment to Israel. America's Foremost Female Impersonators CLUB JEWEL BOX ;. the Fml.c 13th St.-McArthur Causeway — STARRING — JACKIE MAYE AND A CAST CF 30 People Bigger &• Better Than Ever PH. 3-6S83 or 9-3100 Now-a^painlessVay %  feryou-fo save money! The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH To buy only in slores jvhere the sign of the G.M.V.H. • is displayed _. AND ANNOUNCES That s lgns such as "traditional dinners/' "kosher style." For F,?„,u n,te T y d 0t assure k "hruth Y rVu n£• Informall n Concerning Kashruth i'ittlz xr !" 9 ""•"• "• •oken core of I ^ 9 b0U ,ov,n 9 -It's oil ray"Jr^rH-t $750 frorn your 10 years you'll have $1,329 02! ^ in Bond* era like coth-only better U. S. Savings Bonds are like money. Bees* any Series E Bond you've had for 60 or m* days can be cashed like cashing a chcck ": any bank or other authorized paying ageiw U. S. Savings Bonds are better than nw"?.! Because if you lose cash, it's gone. 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Y, JANUARY 5, 1951 Jmisli fkrktian PAGE 11 B LEG AL NOTICE ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |CH IS HEREBY GIVEN that ersigm '!. desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of I.iiiuc.r Hitr at 21 OX Keil Road, PAUUE MAX VANTON, DeFla., Intends to register said Hth the Clerk of the Circuit it Dude County. Florida. FRANK IIAMPSEY. Sole Owner AND SHAPIRO for Applicant hcolii Kd. 19-26 TICE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OK THE .KXT1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'LORIDA, IN AND Ft lit PADK JTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. vs. Deare UY VANTON, Plaintiff, TAUL'E MAC VANTOM, |nt MIT FOR DIVORCE Dntasue Max Vanton | Hoffman Btreel City, California Montague Max Vanton notified that a Bill of Comfor Divorce has been filed you, and you are required to copy of your Answer or Pleadthe Hill of Complaint on the If's Attorney, Ben Essen, Boa., |bold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and original Answer or Pleading offi .f the Clerk of the Court on or before the 2 day 1961. If you fail knt by default will you for the relief [Hill of Complaint. [notice shall be published once ek for four consecutive weeks [Jewish Moridian. |F. AND ORDERED at Miami. this 2 dav of Jan., AD. I'.'.M. B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk. lit Court, Dade County, Florida. ft Court Seal) By WM. W. to do so, be taken demanded IBSEN for ferbold Fla. y for %  •S3 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. Plaintiff Bldg., Plaintiff )TICE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OK THE (TENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT VXD Pllll DADE COUNTY. UDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. !. J. AMENDODA. Plaintiff, vs. FRANCIS AMENDODA, SB., ndant. £. John Francis Amendola, Sr., Irs. MU-hael Ilarone | Myrtle Avenue dale. l-ong Island, New York ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to [a copy of your Answer to the Complaint In the above cause %  vorce, on the plaintiff's ats. and file the original in the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, I before January 2",. 1931, otherlaid Bill of Complaint will be ;i confessed by you. M this 27 day of December, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk-of the Circuit Court, Dade Sounty, Florida, lit Court Heal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. HEIMA.N & KAPLAN leys for Plaintiff kylxild Building Florida 1/5-12-19 TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CE 18 HEREB GIVEN that %  %  i sinned, desiring to engage in under the fictitious name of Furniture Company at 5211 I Avenue, Miami, Florida, inregister said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida. NORMAN B. CAB EL and MINA CABEL 22-29 E OF INTENTION TO MAKE PLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE .'XTY J PIXIE'S COURT, DADE NTY, FLORIDA.—No. 23027. STATE OK RH'K DICKDER. leaaed. PlCE 1M hereby given that I have y final report and petition for lischarge as Executrix of trfo of MAURICE. DICKDER, de.. and that on the 18 day of xy. 1951 will apply to the Honor. [IV. B. Blanton, County Judge ric County, Florida, for approval "I final report and for final dls. as Executrix of the Estate of lICK DICKDER. deceased. Kith dav of December. 1950. CECILIA DICKLER [ ESSEN Jiey for Executrix 122-29 1/5 ATTENTION LTTORNEYS! I Jewish Floridian Bolts your legal notices. %  e appreciate your ronage and auaranacctirate service at lal rates. Phone 2-1141 messenger service. LEGAL NOTICE M Ji?J ,CE BV PUBLICATION IN c ., T ,U r : CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SntEkSP !" **,N AN '"•"< DADB UJ740!) ~ N CI1ANC1 :,i V. No. H A??XJPSSidPW'l I'lnintlff, vs. •p., L A PT5.J KS,| KI!KN '' Defendant. TO: GLADYS FR1E8LBBEN c/o Elizabeth Post, 509 West 212 Street -New York 34, New York ion 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, AD. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken aa confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Forlda, this the 19 day of December, 1950. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, M.LTON A. FRIEDMA'N,"^ "•* Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 12/22-29 1/5-12 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FUlRIDA—No, 22SS9. RE: ESTATE i IF LENA MARCUS, I >,c,-ased. 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 January, 1951. will apply to the Honorable w i\ Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of Lena Marcus, deceased. This 15th day of December, 1960, MEYER MARCUS. Administrator MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administrator 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137442. HELEN JANOWSKI. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN JANOWSKI, Defendant. TO: JOHN JANOWSKI. 31 Greenpoint Avenue, Brooklyn, 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 Bill of Complaint 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, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 12/22-29 1/5-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARVEL 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 ZWEIGEL. HUTNER & HUTNEIt. 807 Olympla Bldg.. 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 Dade County. Florida. JACK FRIED, Sole Owner BKRICK 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 RoSKNHAlN. MAMBER & 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 bu.~iiie.ss under the fictitious name of Adelaide Court Apartments at 245-al S. W. 18th Court, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with Hi, Clerk 01 the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. __.. .. N. J. HERMAN, sole owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 12/22-29 1/6-11 EITLIN £. COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 LEGAL NOTICE \ IB N. ( Snd T. MIAMI St. FLA. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1M.873-B. EXCHANGE BUFFET, INC., a Florida corporation. Plaintiff, vs. EXCHANGE PROPERTIES, INC., a Florida corporation, SHERIFF OF DADE COUNTY, ANTHONY CARRICATTI and CARL CARRICATTI, doing business under the name of Exchange Buffet Restaurant, and KITTY BI/X)M, Defendants. TO: KITTY BLOOM c/o Loeweys 77 Chase Avenue Yonkers, New York and any interest to the following chattels secured by that mortgage filed in Chattel Mortgage Book 327, page 19 of the public reords of Dade County, Florida: All of the restaurant equipment and kitchen equipment contained in the premises known as numbers 310 N. E. Second Street and 312 N. E. Second Street, in Miami. Dade County. Florida, including the following restaurant and kitchen equipment, to-wlt: Neon Signs. 1 Celling Fan. 1 Stanley Knight Soda Fountain, 12' with 1 horsepower compressor. 1 Stainless Steel Refrigerated SaladSandwich Unit with 1/2 horsepower compressor complete. 2 Toastmaster Toasters. 1 Universal Waffle Machine. 1 Mosley Safe. 42 Foot Stainless Steel Lunch Counter. 22 Chromium Leather Upholstered Stools. 8 Formica Tables and Plastic Upholstered Loungo Booths. $800.00 worth of Mirrors. Walled and back bar of Soda Fountain. Stainless Steel Service Counter and Stainless Steel Walled Shelves. 1 Stainless Steel Steam Table 1 Garland Range. 1 Pltco Frylator. 1 Garland Broiler. 1 Wood Worktop Table .",'. 1 McCray Refrigerator, 141 cubic feet with 1 horsepower compressor. 1 Universal Dishwashing Machine. 1 Sheet Metal Sink, Dtainboard. 1 Walk-in Refrigeratof Box 6x6. Kitchen Hood. 1 Blower Fan. 1 Chopper and Mixer No. 855469. 1 National Cash Register No. 41 776 40. 1 Malted Milk Machine — Hamilton Beach No. 33. 1 Slicing Machine (Hobart) No. 2769. 1 Meat Block. 5 Garbage Cans. 1 Large Hanging Scale 2 Large Standing Fans-26", 3 Blade. 4 Cake Stainless Steel Stands. 2 Pie Show Cases. 1". Napkin Dispensers. 24 Banana Split Holders and Sundales. 1 Twin Stainless Steel Coffee Urn. 5 Dish Pans for Dirty Dishes. 2 Filing Cabinets. Dishes and silverware, pots, pans and all other miscellaneous equipment pertaining to a restaurant. Hot water boiler In basement. You are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Declaratory Decree and for Mortgage Foreclosure, on the aforesaid chattels has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Aronovltr and AmnoviU. 748 Seybold Building. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the J5th day of January, 1951. If you fall to do so, 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 Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this I4th day of December, 1950, A.D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ, 748 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 26067 In Re: ESTATE OF JACK M. ItltAHAMS, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said (-.state: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of JACK M BRAHAMS, deeased, late of Dade County. Florida, 0 the Hon. W. V. BLANTON, County udge of Dade County, and file the -time la his office in the County Courthouse ill Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid. >r sumo will be barred See Section 2" of the 1931 Probate Act Date December 22. A.D. 1950. MARY It. BRAHAMS, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of JACK M, BRAHAMS. Deceased. BERICK and SHAPIRO Utorneys for Executrix 12/29 1/6-11-19 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PUNCH AND JUDY at 336 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables, Florida. Intend to register such name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WII ^ IAM S( -,IWARTZ. RUTH SCHWARTZ. 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. M. FURNITURE CO. (Not Inc.) at 3819 N. Miami Avenue Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ..„„„„ JOSEPH R. MONDRES. 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 Sabal Palm Food Shop at 5086 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AN. ;EL > CAPUTO Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN Ai KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 12 B-16-22-29 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sabal Palm Bendlx Launderette at (111 N E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to ren I name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MRS LENA ROSENBAUM, Bole owner 12/29 1/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FISHER'S JEWELRY, formerly POLLACKS WATCH SHOP at 1433 S. W. 8th Street Miami, Dade Countv, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MILTON FISHER, Sole Owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 12/15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMS LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious n SHIRVVYND APARTMENTS at number 601 75th Street In the City Of Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Forlda. BENJAMIN S'CKANFALD PEARL SCHANFALD GENET & GENET Attorneys for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADK COUNTV. FliORIDA. — IN CHANCERY No. 137197. ALDO BORSARI, Paietiff. vs. INES BORSARI. Defendant. To. INES BORSARI Cio Miss Mary Ixtdiglani 106 Belmont Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint, a copy of which is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 8 day of January, 1951 otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8 day of December, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk BEN ESSEN and SHELDON N. LELCIUK Attorneys for Plaintiff 823-25 Seybold Building Miami, F'lorida 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 "THE CHICKEN COOP" at 1303 N. W. 3rd Avenue Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON A. KATZ JULES KATZ GEORGE KIMMEL RICHARD K. FINK 412 Congress Bldg. Attorney for Applicants 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 Al'e Delicatessen at T0< B.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid*, MORRIS II. NAFTEL 628 Lenox Avenue Miami Beach, Florida ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ Attorneys for Morris H. Neftel 12/15-22-29 1/5 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 13743S. AONES CECILIA MARSHALL. Plaintiff, vs. EVERETT MARSHALL, Defendant. TO: EVERETT MARSHALL Rockvllle. Rhode Island You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of > our answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attorney and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court, on or before the M day of January, 1961; otherwise, the allegation! of said Bill of Complaint Will be taken as confessed ai tins) i ou. Hated this 20th day of December, 1950. E H LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk. GE> IRGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 42" Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida 12/22-29 1/5-12 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FI/ORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No! i 100 In Re: ESTATE OF SIMON BERGER, Deceased. TO All Creditors and All Persons Having. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereb) notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of SIMON BERGER, deceased, late of Dade Countv Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge/ of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courtbouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address Of the claimant and tobe sworn to snd presented a-< aforesaid, or sainwill be bailed See Section 120 of the 1931 Probate Act. Hate Dec. 13, A H 1950. LOLA CAROLINE BERGER As Administratrix Cum Testamento annex., of the est'.te of SIMON BERGER Deceased BERICK KSHAPIRO Attorney! for Administratrix 12/15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HADE ColNTV. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137502. FLORENCE WHITMAN. Plaintiff, vs. MURRAY WHITMAN, also known as MORRIS WHITMAN. Defendant. SUIT f\ IR DIVORCE TO: MURRAY WHITMAN, also known as MORRIS WHITMAN 1121 Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn, New York You. MURRAY WHITMAN, also known s MORRIS WHITMAN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Ben Essen. BIS Seybold lildg.. Miami. Florida, and file the original Atlswer or Pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2*i day of Jan.. 1961. If you fail to do so. 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 Fkiridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 26 day of Dec, A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Count, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R WILSON, Deputy Clerk. HEN ESSEN 823 Seybold Bldg;., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12/29 1/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY FLORDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 137212 ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT and MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE Plaintiffs, vs. B. K. PACKER and PACKER, his wile, et al.. Defendants. TO: B. K. PACKER and PACKER, his wife, if he be married. If alive, and if dead: And all persons having or claiming an interest in the following described lands, as heirs, devisees, legatees. creditors, grantees or claimants claiming under B. K. PACKER ami — PACKER his wife, if he be married, or otherwise, to-wlt: Ix>ts 10, 11, and 12, In Block 20. ELIZABETH PARK, according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 4 at Page 195, of the PublicRecords of Dade County. Florida. You, and each ot you, are notified that a suit has been brought against you by ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT nnd MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE, and you are hereby required to tile with the Clerk of the above named Court, at Miami. Florida, your written appearance-! and defenses, if any and serve a copy of your written defense, if any, oil plaintiffs' attorney, on or before the 12 day of January, 1961, in default of which a Decree Pro Cotrfesso may be entered against you. DATED: December 13, I960. H. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING Deputy Clerk. BEN B8SEN Attorney for Plaintiffs S23 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida 12/15-22-29 1/5 137501. CLAIRE ZATINSKY, Plaintiff, vs. MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY 138 West 13th Street New York City. New York Y'ou. Milton Allen Zatinsky, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to s. rve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., !--':! Seybold Building;. Miami. Florida, and tile th iglnal Answe or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26 day of Jan.. Ui.M. If > on fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint This notice shall be published .01. e each week foi tour consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. I'l.a ida. Hiis 26 day of 1 v. A.D 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. Wll.SoN. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSION 323 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12/39 1/5-12-19



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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1
^wiislh-IEIloipidliiaun
OLUME 24NUMBER 1
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY, 5. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
1951 Appeal Mobilization RalJyTcheduled for Sunday
|OI lli-ass III Sunday. Januarv 7. W W ____^ ..^__. ...... W#
op lli-ass In
>."l Campaign
n ESiaL liSUS?i r ^ be"named "Campaign Mobiliza-,
SSn mStW? SeSdnH.iCial delegation.'toTai^y S
Stanley C. Myers, campaign
STANLEY C. MYERS
Mobilization Chairman
mobilization director, is chairman
or the planning committee in
charge of the rally. Other mem-
bers of the committee are Mrs
Rose Kogan. Mrs. Benjamin
Meyers. I. R. Goodman.M. J.
K< pelowitz. Albert Comanor, Dr
Morns Goodman. Mrs. Dorothy
Fink. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Louis
Schwartzman and Mrs. William
Capland.
The rally will feature a work-
shop session in the morning pro-
gram. At this session the presi-
dents and executive directors of
the nine local agencies that com-
prise the Federation will present
the needs and programs of their
organizations for 1951.
Quentin Reynolds, noted radio
commentator and war correspond-
ent, and Judge Justine Wise
Polier of the New York Citv
Domestic Relations Court, will be
i chief speakers at the afternoon
: session.
Quentin Reynolds is one of
America's top-ranking foreign
correspondents. His cables from
far-flung areas of the world have
helped to enlighten American
public opinion for more than a
decade.
From 1923 to 1933. Reynolds
worked as a newspaperman, serv-
ing with the New York World
New York World-Telegram and
International News Service. In
1933 he went to Germany as a
foreign correspondent. He ret-
turned a year later to become as-
sociate editor of Collier's, and
went back to France, at the out-
break of war in Europe, as a rov- ,
ing reporter. Since then, his re-
ports have continued to illuminate
events in Europe, and he has been
particularly interested in the
plight of European Jewry and in
Israel.
Reynolds has seen at first hand
the DP camps and the immigra-
tion to Israel. He witnessed the
fighting in Palestine and was i
there when Israel became a state, j
He interviewed David Ben
Gurion. Israel cambinet members
and plain citizens.
His book. "Leave It To The
People" presents in panoramic
fashion the faith of people in
democracy. Of particular interest !
is the portion devoted to Israel. |
He describes the davs before May ,
15, 1948 and the days that fol-
lowed-
Fried land .\aincd Drive Chairman
Samuel Friedland, chairman of the board of Food Fair
Stores, Inc., will be chairman cf the 1951 Combined Jewish
Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The campaign goal this year will be in the neighborhood of
SI,403,000, according to Wm. D. Singer, president of the Federa-
tion. At the campaign mobiliza- Kane. Max Orovitz. Dan B.
SAM BLANK
Pace Setters Chairman
tion rally to be held Sunday at
(the Westview Country Club, a
report of the budget committee.
headed by George Chertkof, will
I recommend this figure. Fin:il de-
cision regarding the goal will be
made by the Federation's board
of governors at a special meeting
set for Thursday night. January
11.
Accepting the chairmanship of
the campaign, Friedland said the
ni eds of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and the other agencies com-
prising the Combined Jewish
Appeal "call for an outpouring of
money and effort on the part of
the local Jewish community that
will set the standard for the en-
tire country."
Other top leaders of the cam-
paign include I. L. Mintzer. treas-
urer; Stanley C. Myers, mobiliza-
tion chairman; Sam Blank, pace
setters chairman; and Howard
Ruskin. Jacob Sher and Carl
Weinkle. initial gifts co-chair-
men.
Friedland. who is treasurer of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
has been active in local philan-
thropic and civic affairs since his
arrival here from Philadelphia.
He began his climb to financial
success in 1919 in Middletown.
New York, when with bis brother
George, he opened their first
butcher shop. Today, Food Fair
Supermarkets system is seventh
among United States food chains.
Friedland will be in charge of
an army of more than 1,000 cam-
paign volunteers who will com-
prise the various solicitation units
of the campaign. These units in-
clude, pace setters, initial gifts,
special gifts, hotels, trades and
professions, youth, juniors, wom-
en and metropolitan.
Major campaign functions for
oAAl L r,L r KIEDLAN D
1951 Combined Jeu-ish Appeal Chairman
January announced by Friedland
include:
Sunday, January 7, campaign
mobilization rally, at Westview
Country Club.
Tuesday. January 16. initial
gifts dinner at the Westview
Country Club.
Tuesday. January 16. women's
gift unit patrons tea at the home
of Mrs. Jack Ablin.
Thursday January 18, College
of Community Knowledge, spon-
sored jointly by the women's gift
unit of the 1951 Combined Jewish
Appeal and the Confer.
, Jewish Women's Organizations at
the Saxony Hotel.
Tuesday, January, 23, special
I gift unit dinner at the Casablanca
Hotel.
Tuesday, January 23. women's
gift unit sponsors tea. Place un-
designated.
Monday, January 29, winter
residents dinner. Place un-
designated.
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CARL WEINKLE
Initial Gifts Co-Chairman
HOWARD KANE
Initial Gifts Co-Chairman



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luilg< Oka Is
ICailio riiairinan
For Musie Month
Appointment of Judge Kenneth
Oka as chairman of the radio
I Jewish Music
Month to be observed from Jan-
uary 20 to Februarj 20
announced bj Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, chairman ol th J
Music C ter Miami.
Up '
Oka announced that a
featuring J
] promoting Ji
planm d.
t the j

in the offices of the Bureau of
ish Education, 318 C ingress
Building, Louis
Sch chairman, Al
ish ed
i
rem-
plo Israel has am that a
Shabbal in ol
ance ol dusic Month will
I the temple on the thud
Friday in February.
"The hopi that other
Sen. Kefauver
Sen. Estes Kefauver, chaii
of ,he Senate Crime Investi-
gating Committee, will de ,
In address on Monday, January
! at Temple Belli S
dub. Th.
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Col
the Dade Count i
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his talk '
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da during 1951
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club is sponso C
will be the second ;
Monday, Febi i ,,'' be
followed by Elsa Maxwell on
lay, March 5.
Tickel
pie ofl :
To Speak Here Monday
.ill be
FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1%,
IN PERSON!
JAN PEERCE
Sundav. Jan. 21st Miami Beach Auditorium
Tickets Now on Sale at
Travel Service,
1905
Mini Reach Auditorium; Stevens
?2 Me Burdine'B 2nd Floor Balonv; Enfield's Camera
til400 Lincoln Bead; Clemmer'. Pharmacy. 7353 Collins
Ave Dado Linen Co 539 Collins A-e.: Steadman's Music
House. 2339 Ponce de Leon. Coral Gables.
Jewish Funeral Services...
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with reverent regard to every
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. Miami Beach. Benjamin B. I

SKi!sMriul!FoSh Kosher ll.inwit'ur Vtard For
\on-Kosher Pooltrv On Premises
Duntov, publicity chairman,
A luncheon meeting of the
music council is slated for Thurs-
di y, January 4, at 12 n.....i at the
Miami Beach Y.
Federation Units To
Act On 1951 Budget
A special meeting of the
executive committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion has been called for Wed-
nesday evening. January 10. at
the Federation headquarters.
Special business of the meet-
ing will include action on Fed-
eration's 1951 budget.
The next meeting of the
Federation board of governors
will be held on Thursday eve-
ning, January 11, at Federation
headquarters. At this meeting
the board will act on the rec-
ommendation of the budget
committee for the 1951 goal of
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
and
I $25 .'i
told
G :' '"U,M
nee n of his II-
y Mor-
Judg< Bernard Frank, Miami,
, municipal
\i. \ Gross one "1 the opi itors ol
the Kosher Embassy Restau
14th St. and Collins Ave., guilty
in Citv Court Wednesday morn-
0f violating th; K .ruth
Ordinance of Miami Beach 1
having non-Kosher poultry on hii
,- u i-
Meyer Katz, Kashruth suj
visor for the Greatei Miami Vaad {omd .
Hakashruth swnre out a war: I
and together with Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovskv, director ol the "
sassa ssH"sr.i
JttS.....:;;,"i:
Harry Sirkin, president of the
Vaad, made an impassioned plea
| to the court, citing "the di
I such violations brought upon the
whole community."
Judge Frank found the defend-
Miami Title & Abstract Co. Moves
To Larger. >lor >lo(!crn Offices
The Miami Title & Abstract Co..
one of the oldest title companies
in Dade County, announces that
they have moved their office and
title plant to more spacious and
modern quarters on the ground
floor of the Shoreland Arcade.
The new offices are designed to
provide additional escrow and
closing offices and to further in-
crease the efficiency of the title
plant.
Hyland Rifas, president, and
David R. Rifas. vice president, re-
port that during the past quarter
of a century the company has
prepared more than 100,000
stracts of title and has issued
millions of dollars worth of title
insurance. The company Is an
agent for Kansas City Title In-
surance Co., one of the oldest
and largest title insurance insti-
tutions in this country.
Clients and friends are invited
to visit the new offices at 12!
and 129 Shoreland A
ing.
day on a complaint
Israel Bn nm I 1040 Jeffi
Ave., who charges that Mu
chick ISO violating the
Kashruth Ordinance by selling
n in-koshi r meal as kosher.
The di fendant gave lus occupa-
tion as hi rid posted
S100 bond pending trial on Wed-
nesday. The trial did not take
place as scheduled.
conductei
I n ligi us t
11 the requirements and our many years oi
to [ewish families afford die
ranee that each sen ice shall
in very detail.
fum l.ll
ol all the n >|
aithful si rxice
nloitm, a.SbU
., celled
0r two complete funeral chapels,
1K furnished and decorated, throughout,
, Vl ,\ funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere
ol dignity .mil peace. ____
beauti-
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TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Miami
West 1 laglei & 20th Ave. Phone 9-2664-5-335:
Miami Beach
1230 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777
24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
EDWARD r. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE kisenbeRC. Treasure
IN NEW \URK 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave.
'BROOKLYN BRONX LONG ISLAM
AJC Board To Meet
The board ol the Miami Chi
of thi V in Jewish Cor..
will meet on Wednesday. January
10. at the home of Mrs. li.
Harris. 1175 S.W. 21st Ave.. ac-
Build- cording to Mrs. Ruth
I president.
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Neat blUldGAf, jJGKUG/lif, 1th, at the WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB. 2601 Northwest
119th Street. Miami, the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION will sponsor an all-day coherence
lor the purpose of presenting to the Jewish Community ol Greater Miami the needs and program, oi the
various agencies participating in the 1951 Combined Jewish AppeaL
GUEST SPEAKERS;
Judge Justine Wise Po/ier
Domestic Relations Court
New York City
Quentin Reynolds
and War Correspondent
Noted Author, Radio Commentator
It) A. M.
12 Noon
I P. M.
PROGRAM
Workshop Session on Local Agencies.
Luncheon in honor oi Samuel Friedland. 1951
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LY. JANUARY 5. 1951
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'11 Say...
ermany, the Jewish tourist cannot banish the
lare of treading on mounds of mass graves,
tering Mainz, or Mayence as it was called, the
nal level changes. Some atavistic impulse
es out of a deeply buried dream world; it seems
ier in a more elevated mood, with the subtle
tion that you are on consecrated ground, the
31am of a hallowed Jewish past. For here the
and moving Uthane Tokef was written. And
lebrated poem is engraved in the memory of
f who during boyhood sang in the Synagogue
He starts humming the solemn melody in the
w original:
great trumpet is sounded
e Btill small voice is heard
e angels ore dismayed
ar and trembling seize them as they proclaim
hold, the Day of Judgment!
hue Tokef
he highpoint of the Jewish Ritual is the Kedusha.
h its climactic outburst of pure monotheism:
ma Yisroel! But on the solemn days of New Year
I J ,ini Kippur, the high spot in the lengthy service
pentered in Uthane Tokef. A kind of ecstatic fervor
>eps over an Orthodox assembly when the Chazan
bts with high emotion this litany out of Mainz. It
as if he decrees life or death to each worshiper
f the ensuing year. While cantor or choir are
ffcdering this Dies Jrae, the English reading wor-
Jipcr glances at the footnote of the Prayer Book
ii reads each year the tragic fate of Rabbi Amnon
Mainz.
|c' ''' Amnon
t seems that the Archbishop had repeatedly urged
bbi Amnon to become a Christian. In a weak
ment, the Rabbi hesitated and promised to answer
three days. Immediately he was overcome with
morse. When he failed to show up, the exasperated
ric ordered his hands and feet broken. The New
ar arrived shortly thereafter, and Amnon requested
^duration Bureau
loard To Hear
larrv Samoiiholl
fcarry Simonhoff, local attor- !
. writer and communal leader, I
pi speak at the next meeting of j
board of directors of the
|reau of Jewish Education on |
Dnday. January 8, at 8:15 p.m.
(the Hebrew Academy. 918 6th
Miami Beach. He will discuss j
Rwish life in the various coun-
|es of Europe and Asia, which
visited this year.
BMans for the Maccabiah for
pdents in all religious schools
the area will be formulated
delegates to the jubilee con-
Icnce on Jewish education to be
Id in New York City January
to 15 will be chosen,
lax Meisel, president of the
Mail's board of directors, an-
inces that new directors, Harry
Ikin. Seymour B- Liebman. Ben
kn Ginsburg and S. A. Good-
pi. will be welcomed at the
leting.
pie Adult Institute of Jewish
^dies. sponsored by the bureau I
Cooperation with all the Jewish
kgregations of Miami, will close i
J Wednesday, January 10, after |
kessions. Final session will in-
Ide classes in Hebrew, Yiddish,
Bory, Talmud, and Jewish lit- i
Jture, and the second hour will
devoted to distribution of Cer-
Icates of Completion to qualify- .
students and an evaluation of j
courses offered. The institute '
its at the Beth David Con-
fegation from 8 to 10 p.m.
Mainz: In Folklore and History
to be carried into the Synagogue. As the cantor was
about to recite the Kedusha. Rabbi Amnon sat up.
read the fervent poem he had finished, and expired.
The Ultimate Truth in Legend
Embellishments on this story have caused critics
to cast doubt upon its truth. But when the traveler
visits Mainz, it takes on a meaningful authenticity.
For on beholding the enormous Cathedral, which
still dominates the city, one senses the great power
of the church in the Middle Ages, when its Arch-
bishop, the most authoritative in Germany, was also
the temporal ruler of the district. You wonder how
the small settlement >>f Jews, stuck away in a dark
quarter and surrounded by fierce hate, would with-
stand the powerful draw of Christianity, which held
out the tempting bait of civil rights, economic op-
portunity, and high positions for the qualified. But
a far more potent pressure than temptation was up-
plied. Expulsion and massacre were aslo utilized to
break down the insistence of stiff necked Jews. Thus
the legend of Rabbi Amnon. true or false, reflects
the pressure of a powerful, all dominating Christiani-
ty against the defensive passivity of a Jewish minor-
ity, too weak to fight back, but strong for the crown
of martyrdom.
Mainz 1000 Years Ago
But the factual historical has greater significance
than the mythical. For Judaism of Northern Eutope
had reached its first apex a thousand years ago in
Mainz. The community was prosperous and Jewish-
Christian relations were not unfriendly. Here lived
Kalonymus ben Meshulam, whose ancestor was
brought from Italy after having saved the life of
Emperor Otto II. Some of the best synagogual poetry
(Pyutim) were written by members of this distin-
guished, talented family.
Rabbanu Gershom
An active intellectual or spiritual area usually
centers around a rare personality. Here a truly great
man began a new epoch. European Jews found it
unnecessary to seek light and guidance any longer
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
from the hoary Gaonite in far distant Babylonia. For
they now had their own Gaon in Rabbanu Gershom,
who attracted students from Europe to his academy
in Mainz. This Light of the Exile, as he was called,
cast rays that reach us through the centuries.
His Sense of Justice
We can take the measure of the man by the mark
he left upon Jewish life and religion. During the
Dark Ages when Europe was sunk in brutalitv,
Ignorance and fanaticism, Gershom issued decrees
(Takanoth) which radiate tolerance, liberalism and
humanity. Polygamy, he sternly forbade. Nor should
any man divorce his wife without her consent. It
became unlawful to rent a house from a G
landlord who had unjustly evicted a former Jewish
tenant. A private letter, sealed or unsealed, must
never be read by anyone, to whom it is not ad-
dressed. This led to the custom of marking letters
sent by messenger with an abbreviated: under the
ban of Rabbi Gershom.
His Tolerance
A broad humanity pervades the law prohibiting
anyone from reminding a former convert of
Christianity, who had returned to Judaism, of his
temporary lapse. A high point of justice was at-
tained when he permitted any person who felt himself
aggrieved to halt the service in the Synagogue until
his wrongs were redressed. These edicts, issued
without official sanction by diets or synods, were
accepted by European Jewry as if handed down from
Sinai.
His Liberalism
During a period of persecution, the son of the
Rabbi was converted to Christianity. Several years
later, the emperor permitted the return to Judaism
of those who were forcibly converted. But his son
remained a Christian. When he died, the father
mourned, sat Shiva, said Kaddish, and observed all
the rites as if conversion had never taken place. The
tolerance of Rabbanu Gershom shines forth in the
darkness of an age of intolerance.
>pointments Listed
flrs. Louis Makovsky. presi-
nt of the Hebrew Academy
pmen. has announced the ap-
Intment of Mrs. Alexander |
bi:-m. chairman of room mo- :
prs; Mrs. Alfred Stone, program I
firman; Mrs. Jack Katz, Satur- I
D afternoon Oneg Shabbat'
Kherings; and Mrs. Samuel
Vnhart, special prizes.
Samuel A. Weinfeld (center) ii presented with bronze plaque
by North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith. Miami Beach, for merilorious
serrice in eliminating discrimination and advancing good human
relations in the Greater Miami community, as chairman of the
Lodge's Anti-Defamation League Committee. Also shown are (left)
Leo Steinman and (right) A. J. Kaplan, co-workers of Weinfeld
on the Lodge ADL Committee. Kaplan is past president and
founder of North Shore Lodge. The presentation took place at the
lodge's annual ADL Night meeting at Temple Beth Sholom, at
which 400 persons were present.
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i/ol Appointed
|r'*for III'
iMiist Region
.Ivin Pazol, president and
rman of the board of directors
[e North Shore Jewish Center,
been n;tmed executive di-
df the newly created
kter Miami Zionist Region, it
b<:en announced by Louis A.
nf New York, vice president
ie Zionist Organization of
Irira, who is in Miami Beach
ie start of the area member-
Id rive.
new region comprises Mi-
Beach Zionist District, of
Alex Van Straaten is presi-
Miami Zionist District, San-
Svverdlin, president; Coral
es Zionist District, Norman
president; Hollywood
t District, Rabbi Jacob J.
president; Miami Beach
la Young Zionist District,
Goodwin, president; and
li Young Zionist District, Don
fcger, president. Offices will
|ared with the Miami Beach
st District, 235 Lincoln Road.
ol holds degrees of B.Ph.
|I. I.. B. from Emory Uni-
ty in Atlanta, his home town,
loved to West Palm Beach in
land came to Miami Beach a
Jago. He is a member of the
:>f the Greater Miami Jew-
ederation, program chairman
board member of the North
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, mem-
Hi the board of the Jewish
m-s Association of Greater
p, and chairman of the bud-
jmmittee of the North Shore
[of the JCA.
pil returned from New York
eekend, after visiting the
rial ZOA offices for an in- i
Snation course conducted by
(ors of the various national
| offices.
ig Pianist Performs
Bruce Hess,
|old pianist,
of Miami's
promising
artists. He
red before
people at J
ler Key J
irium o n
lay eve-
December
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and re-
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kle v i s i o n
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Hess.
Rabbi To Be Introduced
Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz,
spiritual leader of the Down-
town Synagogue, will be of-
ficially introduced to the con-
gregation at a joint meeting of
the congregation and sisterhood
on Monday, January 8. at 8 p.m.
in the synagogue, according to
an announcement by Hyman
Sootin, president.
Theme of the meeting will be
Chamisa Asar B'shivat.
Dr. Narot To Discuss
Showing Of 'Oliver Twist'
"Should American Theatres
Show Oliver Twist?" will be the
subject of the sermon to be given
by Dr. Joseph R. Narot at Temple
Israel Friday, January 5, at 8:15
p.m.
The sermon will be based upon
the question raised by the British
made movie which depicts a Jew-
ish villain and against which
there have been many protests.
Final plans for the Center Forum Series of 1951. being sponsored by the Men's Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, were discussed at a luncheon meeting at the Blackstone Hotel. First of the
internationlly known speakers will be Sumner Welles on Wednesday. January 24, at 8:15 p.m. fol-
lowed by Maurice Samuel. February 18; David E. Lilienthal. March 14; and William L. Shirer, April 1.
Alfred Stone, program chairman, opened the session and outlined plans, followed by Julius Jay
Perlmutter. president of the Men's Club, and Herman Binder, lecture consultant. Attending the final
session were (1. to r.) Irving Firtol, Dr. W. Wishner, S. Herran, Paul Eisman, Stone. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Perlmutter, Gil Balkin, and Irving Cypen; (standing) Nat Schwartz. Ray Redman, pub-
licity director. Joseph Rubin and Binder.
Jay
liavini To Arrive
On January 10
ruccio Tagliavini, noted
tenor and Metropolitan
rho will sing in the Miami
Guild production of "The
of Love" to be presented
luary 13 and 15, will arrive
|on January 10.
artist therefore will share
\s at the reception which
rid Mrs. David R. Hochberg,
^s of the Sea Isle Hotel, have
ed for Wednesday, January
ley have invited about 400
is to meet Tagliavini and
Uctor Pietro Cimara, also of
Metropolitan.
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1951
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Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rabenowich, 3025 S.W. 7th St are
tertaining Mr. Rabenowich's brother-in-law and sister Mr
a Mrs. Maurice Blanksten, of Los Angeles, Cal., and Mr' and
s. Jake Rabenowich of Park Falls, Wis
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Laster, 7800 N.W. 4th Court, have been
/ing hosts to their three sons, who have been visiting Miami
ich. Their son. Paul, has been honeymooning here with his
le of December 17, the former Renee Rothenberg, of the
nx, N. Y. Also here were their son, Philip, and his wife, of
Bronx, and their son, Herbert, a student at Purdue University
le visitors were guests at the Kimberly Hotel, Miami Beach
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Elliott C. Cohen of Miami Beach announce
birth of a daughter, Kyle Ivy, on December 31 at Mount
ai Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Harry
>ien of the Mantell-Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. Maternal grand-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, 1650 S.W. 21st St.
* *
The bris of Bobby Stephen Satenstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
iest Satenstein, 1569 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, took
:e December 28. Ben Moskowitz served as Sandek; Mr. and
L Jerry Satenstein, the baby's grandparents, as qodparents-
the Rev. Philip Fried, as mohl.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle were guests of honor at a New
s reception and open house Monday at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Robert Lyons, 5203 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables.
osts with the Lyons were the Weinkle's son, Julian, and his
i, and their nephew, Melvin Weinkle and his wife
* *
Harry Spielman flew in from New York Sunday to greet
new granddaughter. Karen Debra Sanders, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Robert Sounders. Mr. Spielman is the guest of the
iders during his stay.
* *
Vacationing at the Seacomber are Mrs. Ida Berkowitz and
Libby Greene of New York. While here, the New Yorkers
renewing their friendship with Mrs. Max Storch.
* *
Ir. and Mrs. Ben Shapira of Winnipeg, Canada, are
ding the winter season at the Palm Apartments, 1228
~m Ave., Miami Beach.
*s *
[Dr. and Wks. A. Kitzen, 2230 S.W. 21st Terr., have as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lifshutz of New York and
nd Mrs. Henry Gould cf Brooklyn, N. Y.
* *
Houseguests of the Max Kuppers, 1250 S.W. 21st Terr., have
L Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fall of Atlanta, Ga. Last week the
jrs were hosts at a dinner in their honor. Among guests
Nathan Adelman, Dr. and Mrs. Leo R. Kupper and their
Iren, Kenny and Cpokie, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper and
-nd Mrs. Paul Wyle.
* *
.lbert Cook, Florida representative of Dwinell-Wright Com-
, producers of White House Coffee and Tea, has returned
home. 2331 S.W. 5th St.
* *
. and Mrs. Warren Soned were hosts to a party of friends
o's last Monday night. Mr. Soned, professor of fine arts
University of Miami, designed the decor of the restaurant,
uests included Anton Loeb, art director of Paramount's
us Studios, and his wife and Miss Ellen Ravitz. From Ciro's
arty proceeded to Hickory House, where Mr. Soned and
oeb were guests on Barry Kaye's radio program. Mr. Loeb
rted for New York on January 3 to confer with officials
mous Studios and will be away several weeks.
* *
isiting Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April are their son-in-law and
iter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal of Savannah, Ga.,
heir son. Harvey.
* *
Louis Binder, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder, of
ond, Va., will leave Sunday after spending ten days
g his grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Shochet.
* *
ir. and Mrs. Max Bennet of New York announce the birth
>n at Manhattan General Hospital. Grandparents, Mr. and
kill] Kenholz, of this city left to attend the bris.
* *
'athan Ratner recently returned to this city after a month's
n in Tucson, Arizona.
Betrothal of Charlotte Ann
Safra to Jerold Paul Kadison. son
of Louis Kadison. Miami, and
Mrs. Bea Kadison. Chicago, has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Safra. 920 West
47th Court. Miami Beach. The
bride-elect is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Miami.
Eleanor Berman
Betrothal Told
Betrothal of Miss Eleanor Ber-
man to Robert Townsend. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Townsend,
1320 Flamingo Way. Miami Beach,
has been revealed by the bride-
elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Berman. 3736 Royal Palm
Ave., Miami Beach.
Both prospective bride and
bridegroom are graduates of Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Townsend is employed by
the Miami Daily News.
Morris Pepper Feted
At Birthday Party
Mrs. Morris Pepper was hostess
at a cocktail party in honor of
her husband on his fiftieth birth-
day. Over 100 guests attended the
event, which was held December
27 in the Pepper home, 1673 S.W.
17th St.
Among the out-of-towners at
the affair were Mr. and Mrs.
Newton Frishman and son,
Gainesville; Mrs. Harry Wein-
stein and son. Anderson, S. C;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pepper and
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper,
Houston, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Leo
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Miss Renee Helene Schine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Myer
Schine, Miami Beach. Boca Raton and New York, was married
Thursday, December 28, to Lester Crown. The service was held in
the grand ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, where a circular
rose arbor covered
with ramblers
formed the nuptial
bower. Dr. Charles
Schulman officiated
at the ceremony
and Lauritz Mel-
chior, Metropolitan
tenor, was soloist.
Given in marriage
by her father, the
bride wore an
Italian satin heir-
loom gown of ir-
ridescent ivory
pearl with rose-
point lace forming
the front panel.
Rosepoint also fas-
hioned the veil,
which was worn by
the bride's sister,
Mrs. Morton Max-
well, at her wed-
ding. She carried
orchids and lilies of
the valley on her
white bible.
Mrs. M a x w e 1
served as matron of
honor in an off-the-
shoulder bouffant
gown of mauve taf-
feta. Other attend-
ants were Mrs.
Robert Crown,
Evanston, 111.; Mrs.
Donald Schine, Miss
Bernice Lebowich,
Miss Elaine Pome-
rantz, Miss Joy
Kilins and Mrs.
Ross Rigier, all of
Gloversville, N. Y.;
Mrs. George
Nevens, Burlington,
Vt.; Mrs. John Si-
mon, New York. All
wore bouffant
gowns of mauve
tulle and all carried
bouquets of starlight roses and Roman hyacinth.
The bridegroom, son of Col. Henry Crown, Evanston and the
late Mrs. Crown, was attended by his brother, John Crown, as best
man. Seating guests were Robert Crown, Dr. Morton Maxwell, G.
David Schine and Richard Schine, brothers of the bride; Charles
Chason, Portland, Me.; Ens. Burton Miller, Chicago; James O'Brien,
Evanston; and Samuel Epstein, Chicago.
Thomas Schine Maxwell, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer.
Flower girls were Susan Maxwell, niece of the bride, and Irene
Crown, cousin of the bridegroom.
A reception for 600 guests was held after the ceremony and
dinner and dancing followed in the ballroom.
After a honeymoon in Hawaii, the newlyweds will make their
home in Chicago.
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P-JemstJMi^i^1^-
FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 195|
Joyce Kerzin, Mandell
InDonble-Ring Servic
Dr. Jos, ; '.' N
i Miss -;
B iici Kerzin to -Iai
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t the S
Is are J
I h. K n. 1510 wesl
Bead T
Mrs
n Ave M -h.

lace. Irri
sequii nd seed ;
,ed the lace d I -
iress. as w
fuliet cap. Her veil was of i -
n. Orchids and lilies of the
showered her bible.
Mrs Bart L Cohen, Tallahas-
see, wearing a strapless gown of
orchid satin brocade with b
and overskirt of nylon net. was
D of honor. Talisman roses
silvered leaves formed her
uot and headdress. Miss June
... N< wberry, S. C, was
of honor. Her frock was
cal in gold satin brocade
ler flowers were American
Beauty roses. ^^
. i les Glicksberg was beW
and Mr.
n and William Alvin -
guest:
At the n and ail
ving the cerenn ny. the
s Rhoda Halzbar.d and Raye
H ept 1
[-town guests
Di Ha Seld wn. Nc "
Sig Libi : and Le-
Gi ss, Ashi ville, N C
Iding trip to N
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I an orchid
newly w, Is

the Up...- .'
L. a School.
the 1 :' ""
are
S -: .
:. the Uni'

Glicksberg Wed
c At Shelborne Hole
Beach Couple Wed
! In Surprise Rites
Miss < Ho
bridi
1. hrman
Th
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i
Schneid. I
Mr Schneid Mr,
and Mrs M(
president of his own
Upon their return from a
honevmoon in Cuba, the couple
lwfl] Mo. 3 Century Lane,
Belle Isle.
I June Mara Libman
i Becomes Mrs. Teich
I n to IrwinB I". eh was
-.hi
lh El Syi Kjhl"
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I.. H !140
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A '' ""'
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s.w .
x .of Miami Beach
Lib-
man attended the University o!
nd is a gradu-
., | the School "f Industrial
Arts, New York, and is a navy
veteran.______
Mrs. Irwin Teich
Mrs. Mandell Glicksberg
I Alpha Epsilon Ph: sorority and
a mo:- : Phi AlpK
ii v Ph Kappa Phi.
.. and Tri
en's
Mr. Glii
Pi La Ui Del-
rnity, Florida Blue
Key, and Pi-.: Beta Kap]
Mollie Diamond To
Wed Mr. Rosenberg
Announcement has been made
of the betrothal of Miss Mollie
Diamond, daughter of Mrs. Ella
Diamond. 1528 Drexel Ave., Mi-
, ami Beach, to Louis Rosenberg,
son of the Theodore Rosenbergs,
Atlantic City, N. J,
A junior in the School of Ed-
ucation at the University ol Mi-
ami, the bride-elect is an alumna
o! Miami Reach High School.
The prospective bridegroom is
High
Scho I and the Un \ ty ol Mi-
, hi :: .. red n ac-
counting He is ..
Alpha Epsilon Pi I and
Ii nl [ the 1
Foundatii n
To Mark Anniversary-
Mr and Mrs. Meyer Kohn of
Philadelphia. Pa. will celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary
with a reception at the William
'Penn Hotel. Miami Beach, on
Sunday. January 7, at 7 p.m. A
vegetarian dinner will be served,
and members of the vegetarian
movement in this area will be
their guests.
Marriage Announced
Announi is been made
of tl f Mrs Eva
Marcus to Elias Ben nson, former-
ly of N>w Oi i ns La and now
ling in Miami Beach. The
i m Decem-
Irving Lehrman's
I study.
Helen Kluback To
Wed Mr. Mardenfeld
Mrs. Sylvia Kluback announces
the coming marriage of her
daughter, Helen, to Victor Mar-
denfeld, on Sunday, January 7,
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
read the service.
The bride-elect, who lives with
her mother at 340 West 42nd St,
Miami Beach, is a student of
dramatics at the University of
Miami and has been featured in
numerous amateur theatricals.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mrs. Sadie Mardenfeld,
of the Liberty Arms Hotel, and
is studying at the University of
Florida at Gainesville.
Joan Weidberg,
Eli Timoner Wed
hi New York Rites
Ni w honeym ning are M
M Eli T : .
27 at
H ti Pi< in New V rk
c t;.
Thi th : rmer Joan
ter of Di
West
tic City, N. J.. i nd M
and M in J
7 ni r : W I ..LI.
g was
Mrs Ed-
nd Miss S
Shenfeld. Bert

A Alpha Epsilon
. ttended
/
was grad aati i I n thi Un
Miai
- founder and headmastei
emeritus of Oxford Academv.
Pleasantville. N. J.
I ; also grad-
d from the Univers
!1 June and a nber of
n tit s His
is vice pre .dent and mem-
I the board of directors of
St< rn Brothers in New York.
To Honor Brenners
and Mrs Joseph Brenner
h ::t.-d on the oc,
fifty-fifth wedding an-
Mi-
M
n Sal January 6.
ation Beth
Mrs. honorary
nt of the organization.
I be Mrs.
daughter
ners.
Betrothal Announced
Betrothal of Barbara Joan
Shuldi to Douglas Fein, son of
Mrs Jaik Fein. 8141
; : Boulevard. Miami Beach.
been announced bv her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henrv
Shulder. 4558 Alton Road, Miami
Beach.
The wedding will take place
February 18.
Bo:h Miss Shulder and Mr Fein
graduated from Miami Beach
High School and attended the
University of Miami.
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UDAY. JANUARY 5. 1951
rJewisti /**/#,
PAGE 9 A
Klatfler-Granada
'onn'ii To Hold
Kir^i Luncheon
I Women's Activities Committee
the Flagler-Granada Jewish
jmmunity Center will hold its
first luncheon at
the new center
building, 50 N.W.
51st Place, on
Tuesday. Janu-
J ary 9," at 12:30
__ p.m.
t| Mrs. Her man
Feldman, chair-
man, is being as-
sisted by Mrs.
Ralph Lang and
Mrs. Maurice
Feldman Shaw. Reserva-
tions may be
|e by contact ing anyone on
committee.
(ghlight of the afternoon will
speaker on "Interior Decora-
with a question and answer
pd.
|e women's group is at the
put time making plans for a
U and carnival, and "Folk
|e Night."
;ili Zionist's
Hear Roth
Imi Beach Zionist Luncheon
[will meet Wednesday, Jan-
110. at 12:15 p.m. at the Lin-
|Manor, 2 Lincoln Road, to
Miami Beach Councilman
^tt Roth speak on "Zionism '
day. Today and Tomorrow.''
ling to Harold Shapiro,
ian and toastmaster of the
|h has been active in Zionist
since 1927 and has prac-
|lav. in the state of Florida
past 16 years. He is mem-
|p chairman of the Miami
Zionist District and has
een appointed chairman of
Membership campaign,
rles H. Lee will report on
News, and Jacob C. Fish-
nil lead community singing.
pting Shapiro with arrange-
are Daniel M. Broad, Paul
In, Jacob C. Fishman, Cantor
^1 Kelemer. Sam Prosterman
fving Schatzman.
Former Center Staffer
Joins Music Circus Cast
Interest in the Miami Jewish
Community Center's benefit per-
formance at the Music Circus on
Wednesday, January 17, has been
stimulated by the addition of
Sandra Stein, former counselor of
the center day camp and until
recently a member of the Jewish
Centers Association staff, to the
cast of the show.
The attraction will be "Song of
Norway," which features Edvard
Grieg's "Concerto in A Minor."
Reservations may be made by
calling 3-3058 or 82-4311.
Miami Jtlarin Aim- IVoiiioI parris island, s. c.
Marine Privates First Class Rus-
sell L. Jacoby, ID, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Jacobv of 1759 N.W.
94th St., and Walter E. Marks,
18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Marks of 8762 N.E. Fourth Road,
were promoted to their present
rank upon completion of "boot
camp" here.
Both Miami Leathernecks qual-
ified as rifle marksmen during
their weapons training period.
A colorful pageant featuring e cast of 90 student? of the Hebrew Academy will be presented at
the third annual dinner of the Hebrew Academy on Sunday evening. January 14. at Temple Beth
Sholem hall. The 45-minute skit will depict the highlights of Jewish traditional history in songs,
dances, and pageantry. The annual dinner of the academy is the most important annual function of
the organization. Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth and Aaron Courshon. well known civic
leader, head the dinner committee. David S. Andron. president of the organization, is in charge of
arrangements.
Ardmoio
Pic Marks Pfc. Jacoby
In addition to firing the Garand
rifle, Jacoby and Marks fired
other infantry weapons such as
the .45 calibre pistol, the carbine
and the automatic rifle. They also
witnessed demonstrations of the
flame thrower, machine gun and
mortar.
Both Marines joined the Volun-
teer Marine Corps Reserve and
were assigned to active duty. Both
men are former employees of
Atlas Flooring, Inc.
Itooin In Mi. Sinai
Is IkVilic.-ilr.l To
Dora August
Members of the immediate
'family of the late Dora August
were present Wednesday morn-
I ing to witness the dedication of a
I room in Mt. Sinai Hospital.
A plaque was consecrated to her
memory by her husband, Jack
August.
The late Mrs. August, a pioneer
resident of this area, was active
in a number of communal organ-
izations and served as president
of the Beth David Sisterhood for
a number of years.
This memorial was one of a
number which have been dedi-
cated to her memory since her
death in October, 1947.
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This price in-
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FOR FAMILY
PARCELS CAN WEIGH
UP TO 70 LBS.
>D NET WEIGHT. 55 LBS.
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FOR A FAMILY
13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8
lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk;
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bles; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake
and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice: 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas,
Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit:
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Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea;
2 lbs. Spices.
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/e ship to Israel your self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only
*c per lb. for shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of
he offices of Farr Tours. (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb.) Your relatives have
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PARCEL 17 |<| lb.............$11.75
4 lb Meat
6 cans Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Butter
1 lb. Oil
la lb Egg
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8 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Margarine
2 lb. Veg Fat
2 lb. Rice
2 lb. Split Peas
2 lb. Sugar
1 lb. Prunes
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
' 1 can Sardines
4 oz. Tea
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
1 2 pkg. Noodle Soup
, 2 lb. S..gar
Powder (18 eggs)
9S lb.............$18.75
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb Oil
2 cans Salmon
2 can Sardines
10 Lollypops
4 oz. Tea
16 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mix
Mi lb. Egg Powder
PARCEL 16 25 lb.............$12.75
3 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb Oil
2 lb. Sugar
2 lb. Lima Beans
2 lb Barley
'4 lb. Egg Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 18 15 lb.............$12.50
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Dried Fruit
1 can Salmon
3 bars Hershey
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4 pkg. Noodle Soup
6 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheese
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Holl)ood. The kit includes Hoppy's secret code,
\our membership certificate, membership card,
Sa>ing Rodeo badge and other swell surprises.
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)AY. JANUARY 5. 1951
+Jeisti Fk>ridian
|vo Committee
ians Dinner
the Greater Miami Yivo Corn-
Bee will sponsor its annual
JqiK't Oil Sunday. February 4.
6:30 p.m. at Temple Beth
horn, according to an an-
Incement by B. Morrison, sec-
iry.
he event will mark the
fcnty-fifth anniversary of the
Eclish Scientific Institute and
fl include a musical program
luring Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
k Uveeler, executive secretary
rivo, will be principal speaker
Die affair.
rking on plans for the dinner
the Mesdames Morris Honig-
n, Joseph Goldberg, Rose
y, Anna Richman and B.
prison.
eservatiotu may be made by
|ing 53-6400.
iiclassah <>roii|>s
Mee! Monday
meeting of the Miami Beach
pness and Professional Wom-
Group of Hadassah will be
jointly with the Miami
[up on Monday, January 8, at
p.m., in the Miami Beach
lish Center religious school
Iding.
luest speaker will be Gilbert
Ipaport, chairman of the
(l istern region of the Young
lists, who will discuss "The
list Organizations of America
Its Relation to Israel."
i Miami group will give a
piatic presentation called "A
lolate Land Shall Blossom" in
kmemoration of Tu B'shivat.
will be followed by the
li.il group of Miami Beach
ada, depicted by Mrs. Pauline
fed.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BYPUBLICATION
fl Mi: CIRCUIT COURT ok THE
I :\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
f KI.OIUDA, in ANU FOR DADK
I MY. in CHANCERY, No.
12S2-II.
ll.M SHEPSEt, QRU8KY, I'laln-
If vi. TILLY ORUSKY, l>.fundant.
" TILLY (iltl'SKV
IdreM Unknown
are requftvd to nerve a copy
our answw to the Bill of Com-
hi ri Dlvortc on the plaintiffs
fi...... and lo file the original
i l he office uf the t'l.-rk of
*ourl fn or before the
f I hi nary. A.D. 19S1; other-
I K Bill ol Complaint for Dlvon e,
; i herein, will be taken
11 i>\ you.
^ted at Miami, Florida, thla the 3
f January, 1951.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clei k of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
k oil Court s.-.ii)
B) W.M. W. STOCKING,
I'. put) Clerk.
IToX A FRIEDMAN,
I foi Plaintiff,
I Seyhold Hid*., Miami, l-'l.i.
I
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The last word in shoe salonsthat's the new, spacious Flor-
sheim Shoe Shop at 649 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Featuring
plate glass windows from ceiling lo sidewalk, the smartiy-styled
shop is lighted by the latest type slim-line fluorescent lighting.
Interior decor combines one antiqued black par.eled wall with a
startling red one and a deep tone green slump brick one, the latter
dramatically set off by coral drapery. Unique display niches, each
keynoted by a framed picture, are to be found on the two side
walls, and a long sales couner effectively recapitulates the coral
of the wall and drapery. Comfortable chairs are in umber plastic,
and the rug is pale green. A planting area left of the off-center
plate glass doors lends additional color. The new shop is featuring
Flcrsheim shoes, exclusively styled for Miami Beachin materials,
colors, types and patterns suitable for resort wear.
Sharet Chapter To
Fete Hillel Girls
Members of the Sharet Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Young Women, will
have as their guests the HiUel
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, on
Tuesday, January 9. at 8:15 p.m.,
according to an announcement by
Beverly Koch, Sharet president.
The meeting will be held at Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Dr. Donald Michaelson, Hillel
director will be principal speaker.
Also to be honored are Mrs. Flor-
ence Goodman, adviser to the
Sharet chapter, and Mrs. Rose
Lewis, Hillel adviser.
Romesa Rosenthal and Rosalyn
Cohen are in charge of the pro-
gram.
Dr. Wolfson To Speak
"How to Live a Hundred Years
Happily" will be the topic of an
address by Dr. Abraham Wolfs in
on Saturday, January 6. at 8 p.m. '
at '.he Spinoza Outdoor Forum,
11th St.. between Ocean Drive
and Collins Ave., Miami Beach, i
On Tuesday, January 9, at 8;
p.m. Charles H. Lee will give the '
first in a series of lectures on'
"The Heavens and the Earth."
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I'll' i: 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
lunderalgned, dealrlni; t< engage in
I under the fictitious name of
I'alm Bendix Laundryette al
N' E 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida,
lo register Bald name with the
fi of the Circuit Court of Dade
it: Florida.
MRS LENA ROSENBAUM,
Sole owner
112 >-:.;
Adult To Hold Danee
The newly organized Adult
Social Group of the Miami Jewish
Community Center will sponsor a
dance at the center on Saturday,
January 6. at 8:30 p.m.. according
to Sarah Rachline. chairman.
Harry J. Kushncr will serve as
master of ceremonies. Others on
the program will be Bobby
Schoychid, Ike Hornstein. Karen
Schlissel and June Goldie.
The group, which is composed
of single people 28 years and over,
meets the second and fourth
Tuesday of each month at the
center.
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for Plaintiff
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: at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE.
Appearing in this week's pre-
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Bob Brenner, Vic Knobloch, Sara
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Discussed At B'nai B'rith Meeting
LIO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1951
SEC. B
laini Jewish Residents Receive
(urrilnus Cards from Klan
kirrilous Ku Klux Klan cards,
finR vicious anti Semitic
fanents and urging reading of
infamous "Protocols of the
rncd Elders of Zion," were
week received by residents
je Greater Miami community
5r a Miami postmark, it has
disclosed by Gilbert J.
^in, director, Florida Regional
ce, Anti-Defamation League
I'nai B'rith.
lief target of the Klan mail-
Balkin 'reported, appears to
sembers of the Greater Miami
Ish community.
K paper stock for the KKK
|s lettering, typing and mime-
phing are identical with un-
bcratic propaganda mailings
pstently disseminated in Flor-
luring the past year by the
iHondrix Ku Klux Klan fac-
which has dubbed itself the
|lii : n-Northern Knights of the
lux Klan, Balkin explained.
an obvious effort to create
jision and spread anti-Semit-
the cards bear the heading
ihe Jewish Ku Klux Klan.'
I cards cite a mailing address
jox 194, River Junction, Fla.
\y Junction is located in the
Florida area, west of Tal-
jee. During 1949 a short
Klan hate sheet called the
Biern Gospel bore the River
tii.hi dateline," Balkin said.
primarily, we would not dign-
jn-American hate mouthings
Ku Klub Klan with any
recognition," Balkin stated.
ce. however, the cards are
rkd primarily to Jewish resi-
of Greater Miami in an
rt tt> spread confusion and
the Anti-Defamation Lea-
Iis gratuitously mentioned on
card, the league is releasing
1 Statement," he added.
should be noted." Balkin
linued. "that the United States
brney General has classified
K i Klux Klan and all divi-
Icss Israel 1950
^r'' v^aaBf i
Li' l^^^L^^fl
!>
21-year-old girl. Miriam
Ian, elected Miss Israel of 19S0
|ves in London, England, on a
1-will tour in behalf of the
jng Zionists. Allowed to leave
^el with only a minimum of
Dey and clothes. Miss Yoran
ved in London with the clothes
her back and two Israeli
Is in her purse. She will be
and treated wherever she
in England by dress-making
Dpanies.
sions thereof in the Justice De-
partment's official subversive list
as organizations which have
'adopted a policy of advocating
or approving the commission of
acts of force and violence to deny
others their rights under the Con-
stitution of the United States."
"In this period of national
emergency, it is essential that
American unity be maintained
among all groups and that efforts
by hate organizations such as the
Ku Klux Klan to spread disunity
through bigotry and prejudice be
promptly recognized, exposed and
eliminated," Balkin emphasized.
U-M Will Present
Pons, Kostelanetz
The University of Miami will
present one of America's most
famous couples, Andre Koste-
lanetz and Lily Pons, Metropoli-
tan Opera prima donna, in a con-
cert at the Miami Beach Munici-
pal Auditorium, on February 3.
From the critics across the
United States who have listened
to Kostelanetz' performances have
come words of praise and en-
thusiasm"exhilarating presenta-
tion; eloquent, sparkling."
The musicians who play under
him sometimes consider him an
autocrat. Certainly he drives them
hard. He sometimes destroys half
a dozen batons during a re-
hearsal. But though working un-
der him is no field day, musicians
would rather play under him than
under most conductors. They
know that Kostelanetz knows
what he wants, and has the tech-
nique and knowledge to achieve
his aims. And there is always a
great deal of satisfaction for his
men to see how relentlessly he
pursues an ideal performance, and
refuses to accpt anything that is
inferior.
Under his baton, the Koste-
lanetz orchestra has an identity
of its own. The Kostelanetz
Strings and the Kostelanetz Ar-
rangements have become standard
phrases in American music circles
today.
Luncheon Club To
Hear Charming
Jules P. Channing. chairman of
the atomic aspect section of the
Educational Division of the Dade
County Civil Defense Council,
will address members of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their
luncheon meeting Tuesday, Jan-
uary 10. at 12 noon at the Mi-
amian Restaurant.
Subject of Channing's address
will be "Effects and Protection
from Atomic Attack."
The talk is part of the B'nai
B'rith Civil Defense educational
program directed by Col. Michael
Isenberg for the South Florida
B'nai B'rith Council.
Weinberg Named
To Defense Post
WASHINGTON (AJP)One
of America's top business brains
who started at the bottom 40
years ago as a porter polishing
spittoons was appointed as As-
sistant Director of Defense Mob-
ilization last week to help gear
America for the possible troubled
days ahead in a war-shaken
world.
Sidney J. Weinberg, known for
years as one of the nation's fore-
most hands at solving supply and
\ production problems, received the
post shortly after Charles E. Wil-
' son took office as Director of
! Defense Mobilization. Also ap-
pointed an assistant by Wilson
was Gen. Lucius Clay, military
administrator of postwar Ger-
many.
Mr. Weinberg was the second
American Jew to be asked to
serve his country in the top
echelon during recent weeks. Last
month President Truman named
Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg to the
post of Assistant Secretary of
Defense.
The dynamic little Mr. Wein-
berghe stands just 5-feet 4-
inchesserved in the Navy dur-
i ing World War I. For years he
j was a member of the business
I advisory council for the Depart-
ment of Commerce.
A senior partner of Goldman.
Sachs & Co., a large New York
investment banking firm. Mr.
Weinberg was instrumental in
helping draw up the Conway
Committee report on the reforma-
tion of the Stock Exchange in the
early 1930s, although not formal-
ly a member of the committee.
The late FDR once offered
Weinberg the post of ambassador
to Russia, but he declined the
offer. Instead the Jewish banker
and financial whiz aided in the '
exploration of settlement of debts |
in connection with the recogni- [
tion of the Soviet Union.
Weinberg's climb to fame and
fortune began 40 years ago when
I the little man joined Goldman, j
Sachs & Co. as a porter. Attend-
ing school at nights to further
\ his education. Weinberg advanced
| in the organization and by 1927
was able to obtain a partnership j
in the firm.
The financial brain holds the I
distinction of being a director on I
the boards of more companies
than any man in Wall Street.
Weinberg and Clay will both
served as Wilson's assistants in j
the direction of defense mobiliza-
tion without compensation.
"Miami Beach's Role in the Na-
tional Emergency" will be the
subject of a panel discussion and
audience participation program
sponsored by Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith on Wednesday. Jan-
uary 10 at 8:15 p.m., at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center patio.
The program, directed by the
lodge's Americanism and civic af-
Beth David PTA
To Meet Monday
Beth David PTA will meet on
Monday, January 8, at 8 p.m. at
the synagogue.
Feature of the evening will be
a comedy skit, in which the entire
board will participate. Mrs. Alex-
ander Stiebel will serve as
narrator.
The group's next board meeting
is slated for Monday, January 15.
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
David Parnes. 2001 S.W. 19th St.
Beach Units Contribute
To Cerebral Palsied
The Cerebral Palsv Association
Clinic. 651 S.W. 1st" St.. has re-
ceived a donation of $100 from
the Amity League of Miam:
Beach.
The presentation was made by
Samuel Weiss, Sydney H. Seelo,
president, and Lillian Trehansky,
recording secretary.
Another donation of children's
toys was made by Michael J.
Carell and Robert M. Riddle-
berger of the Normandy Isle Im-
provement Association.
i fair committee, will feature Mi-
j ami Beach Councilmen Burnett
! Roth and Maurice "Doc" Klein;
| Samuel Rivkind. president of the
Miami Beach Hotel Owners As-
sociation; and Walter C. Kovner,
chairman of the Housing Author-
ity for the city of Miami Beach.
Moderator for the evening will be
Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
Defamation League.
Vital questions to be discussed
will include: (1) "Our Hotels
will the government utilize them
in the coming emergency?" (2)
"What is happening to our tourist
economy?" (3) "Civil Defense in
Miami Beachis our city pre-
pared for atomic attack?" (4)
"How can we make our best con-
tribution to national unity?"
"B'nai B'rith has always re-
sponded to the call for manpower
and community service in times of
national emergency," President
Newman stated. "It is vital that
all citizens of Miami Beach, hotel
men. small business proprie:
professional men. and just plain
workers be alerted to their re-
sponsibilities in the current in-
ternational crisis which will def-
initely affect Miami Beach and
its residents."
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Gardner Heads Show
Carl Gardner, former vaude- |
ville star and Miami Beach civic j
leader, is heading the fourth an- !
nual baseball show of the 52 As-
sociation to be held at Flamingo
Park, February 18 it was an-
nounced this week.
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FRIDAY.
((
Between You and Me'
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Ir.c.)
THE SEW YEAR: funds I Z( lA I
The Jewish communal picture but only for |
willas can be seen in advance states. ______
show little change in 1951 except TOPICS-
for the contemplated launching in "> 'u""-
May of the Israel bond campaign At the annual meet
in this countrv ... There has been | Joint Di.-:
very little reduction in local com- January 6, it
munity in 1950 in I- the 1950 L'nil kgpew
most all Jewish communities, and drive will yield s ii I ''OOli
all indications point to th I for JDC- nal-
that there will be no reduction ly. the JDC -
in 1951 W its 19
occurred this year, as a Jewish
of the decline" in fund-. rael and
consisted of tightening up bud- wil
gets rather than eliminati
actual services The J> vish over financial
Agency's Committee on Control '
and Author., I
will be continued in 1951 The JDC.
Applied now being re- a
viewed by the committee and an- tries other than Israel, is at this
nouncement of 1951 authoriza- very menl
t:ons is expected in the middle help 25.000 Je<
of January L'nited Stal
be revealed in advance that the Canada. Latii
Jewish Agency w.ll not renew America ... In this com
in 1951 the allocations it mad< inlil
1950 to the Zionist-Revision ... : Hitlei :n 1933. the JDC
and Agudath Israel organ./ led and I
. The question of authorizing Pales:
separate Revisionist and Agudath 615.000 Jews This includes
campaigns in 1951 is still pending 460.000 Jews brought to Israel on
... At the same time the Jewish JDC-chartered .-hips and p:
Agency is about to renew its 1950 : since the establishment of the
agreements with the Confedera- Jewish State ... In 1!-"
tion of General Zionists and the pthe JDC brought to Israel 180.000
Mizrachi under which the Zionis; Jews, of whom about 50 percent
Organization of America and the came from con:
American Mizrach: Organizati I n Curtain ... Incidental!-.-, do
were prohibited from conducting j you know that the JDC is sup-
separate fund-raising drives porting 90 Yeshh I i and semi-
Lnder these agreements, the narii : el? .
Agency allocated in 1950 the sum ---------
of SI.100,000 to the General Zion- JEWS IS REVIEW
j, Constructive Fund and SI.- An extremely v luable additi i
000.000 to the Mizrachi Palestine has just been mac-
Fund which includes the Miz- ::>rature on Amen.;-.:', Jewish
rachi Labontes The 1951 al- hist ry ... A basic contri
locations for these two groups in tl
will remain on the same of the Jews in I
provided the Jewish Agf-nc;.- :r.- States 1654-1875" bv M
come is at the level of 1950 or Schappes Publi the
hignei Should income drop. Citadel Press, the 760-page"
these allocations will be reduced ume documents -^
in proportion to the drop in total documentary
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Jy NATHAN ZIPRIN
tYEAR
all the trouble going on
world one must be both a
fceous and hopeful man to
in the usual happy-new-
^lerry-go-round. And yet it
I foolish to deviate from that
custom, while hope still
is in the human breast. And
[ there is still peace, although
precarious perch, there is
:n to abandon the custom
tolcing with the coming of
jw baby, even though it may
us with a hot sword instead
.hite page on which to quill
Ippy chapter. On the other
Tit might be wiser to greet
lewcomer with prayer rather
i with chimes and bells. For
irorld situation today is so
fcrious that sincere prayer
[be more helpful than doubt-
Jiplomacy. In any event, as
[as there is hope that the men
|ng the world's destiny may
have the wisdom to settle
1 disputes over green tables,
fan still afford perhaps to be
fy even though most of us
be tempted to tamper our
riment with a drop of serious-
rather than with a drop of
kkey. Yes, the year marking
Isecond half of the century
was to bring progress and
and bread and security to
zled mankind, may be the
decisive one in the annals
ian from the point of view
very existence on earth,
[speak of the modern instru-
cts of death with fear and
fcdation and anger. But even if
sick world of ours is only
ly raked and seared by the
is of destruction, the greater
cts of another global catas-
bhe on the habits and morals
ethics of mankind is some-
horrible to conjecture,
irever, as long as hope for
ce lingers on, let us be thank-
ffor that much. In the mean-
here is hoping that next
r's New Year column begins
happier note.
ES ON A DINNER
;intillatingSwit was the order
ic day at the recent Interfaith
Action dinner for Herbert
|rard Swope, recipient of the
jnization's 1950 Gold Medal
ird for meritorious service to
cause of interfaith and inter-
i;il amity. A big chunk of ap-
jse went to Drew Pearson,
ken the noted columnist was
[led to pay tribute to the guest
[honor he related how Swope
t>ke him into journalism and
|ght him all the tricks of the
le. "There is only one thing I
against Herbert and that is
^t he hasn't taught me the art
pugilism," Pearson remarked
Ddst a peal of laughter that
p>t have reached the portals of
vo Senator McCarthy who has
boundless courage to dish out
18Q and vilification and libel
le hiding under the petticoat of
lKressional immunity Claire
[Wolff, who handled the pub-
Sty for the occasion, did quite
unorthodox thing when she
i'nded to the release the fol-
human interest note about
Pope: "Had same wife for 35
lars. the same secretary for
ii ty years and the same house-
|ld staff for thirty years." Claire
1 she had no information on
turf winners Swope had .
:identally the dinner was a
sher one with neither butter
cream for coffee served with
meats. Some of our Jewish
janizations who seem to forget
little item when preparing
iner functions would do well to
ke note of this .
lOUT PEOPLE
Raphael Levy, who has done
most excellent job as public
lations director for the Joint
istribution Committee, will shift
the UJA in a similar capacity
e moment Dr. Joseph Schwartz
kes over Henry Montor's post
. Meyer Steinglass, current
ablic relations man for the UJA.
Ill show his skill in the Israel
knd drive in the U.S. Jews
je still masters of chess. If
liguel Najdorf of Argentina had
M won the recent international
less contest at Holland, the first
fize would have gone to the
Irmer Jewish boy wonder Res-
kvky. Najdorf, like his keenest
bmpetitor, is a Polish-born Jew.
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Editor, Jewish Floridian
Dear Sir:
The Community Chest and our
own Jewish Federation were cre-
ated for the sole purpose of
eliminating the many individual
drives throughout the year. That
was an excellent ideabut is it
true? We have today as many or
more requests in one form or an-
other as we have ever had before.
This confuses the giving public
and causes the main drives, which
are an absolute necessity, from
reaching their goals.
A re-examination should be
made of all those not on the lists
of Chest or Federation and worthy
ones should be added.
In my opinion, the many drives
are a
money,
businessman
many times.
Very truly yours,
ALBERT L. KAHN
port rathen than that of the Di-
rector of Public Relations of the
American affiliate of the His-
tadrut.
Mr. Guttman should read the
minutes of the Knesset debate and
the speech of Zalmon Shazar of
turned its information over to the
governmental law enforcement
agencies.
I am for the Histadrut as a labor
organization and in my articles
stressed the need for co-opera-
tives and appreciate the role that
they have played and must con-
tinue to play. We have a perfect
right, and with good reason, to
criticize many of its political ac-
tions, its bias and particularly
some of the people who operate
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4 ,. ,l _;;.,,. ki,. religionreligion is good; critic-
is true that the religious bloc
and Mapam went along with
Mapai in opposing a unified school
system, but it was Mr. Shazar,
then Minister of Education, who
stated that those desirous of a
unified school system were foolish
to urge it because there was noth-
ing to prevent the Histadrut from
stating that their school sysem
should be "the" school system for
Wa/n^ Sbft ^frTr. tht all Israel. Dr. Rieger, Professor of
, and its not fair. to. the Education at the Hebrew Uni-
to be solicited so
isms should not be aimed at it but
should be directed at those who
profess or lead it.
I was glad to read the conces-
sion that the Histadrut and the
co-operative movement do not
claim to be infallible. I raise the
question now, and believe that it
deserves a great deal of study by
Federations throughout the coun-
try, as to whether the National
Labor Committee for Palestine
and the Gewirkschaften campaign
and any other subsidiaries, af-
filiates or other institutions re-
lated to the Histadrut are legiti-
made recipients of our charitable
funds and should continue to be
included therein.
There must be a distinction
made between proceeds for the
United Jewish Appeal which go
for the benefit of people regard-
less of their political or other
partisan beliefs, and organizations
which are primarily concerned
with only a segment, even though
it be a large segment, of the peo-
ple of Israel.
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Dear Sir:
I read Mr. Guttman's letter
wherein he criticizes excerpts of
my article on "Co-Operative Liv-
ing in Israel," which appeared in
your December 8 issue.
Orthodox Jewry believes in
"Torah Me Sinai." Those who
negate or refuse to accept this
concept usually feel, however,
that that which they say must be
taken without question and as
revelation.
When I stated that I had heard
reports of the several hundreds
of emissaries who had visited this
country, I included shelichim
from the various kibbutzim and
other co-operatives which are just
as much a part of Histadrut as
any official representatives. My
authority is the articles in "Busi-
ness Digest," a weekly published
in Israel that appeared in 1949
and 1950.
Mr. Guttman, of course, has
taken isolated sentences out of
the context. With the typical ap-
proach of the partisan, he wrapped
his arguments around the nation-
al flag and privation, which no
one disputes and which are not
germane. The December 8 article
was only one of nine. I think that
I was impartial because I gave
credit to Histadrut and many
other Socialist enterprises, but
also pointed out many of their
shortcomings and deficiencies.
Insofar as education in Israel is
concerned, had Mr. Guttman read
the other articles and the state-
ment of Mrs. Rose Halperin, presi-
dent of Hadassah. and Dr. Earl
McGrath, United States Commis-
sioner of Education, who visited
and studied the Israeli school
system, and Dr. Eliezer Rleger'l
speech in New York this past
September, he would know that
this criticism is not "a weakness
of Americans."
I do not believe that Mark Krug,
an outstanding American Jewish
educator, student of Israel and
writer, needs me to defend him.
I choose Mr. Krug's impartial re-
versity, deplores this multiple
school system.
That Israel may evolve solu-
tions to many of the present
troublesome questions should not
preclude or prevent a discussion
of its problems. It is my belief
that when Israelis become con-
scious of the fact that we here in
America know and discuss their
problems and particularly their
shortcomings that they will be
moved to greater action.
I was very glad to read recently
that commencing April 1, 1951.
many co-operatives will lose their
tax exemption and will have to
pay an income tax. Anyone fa-
miliar with political developments
knows that this came about be-
cause of a constant agitation.
There were Americans who hesi-
tated to make capital investmnts
in Israel because they feared the
co-operative tax freedom. How-
ever. I repeat, as I have publicly
stated on innumerable occasions,
that American Jewish industrial-
ists have not and are not doing
their full share in building up the
industry of Israel.
Insofar as the Labor Exchanges
are concerned, I refer Mr. Gutt-
man to the incidents during the
spring of 1950 at Rosh Pinnah. a
camp for Yemenites near Petach
Tikvah. The Labor Exchanges are
still run by the Histadrut or its
officials and the Histadrut actual-
ly imposed restraint on Yemenites
who were willing to work in the
citrus groves for wages which
they deemed adequate. There was
quite a scandal about the action
of the Histadrut and I would refer
Mr. Guttman to the newspaper
accounts of Haaretz and Haboker,
as well as to the minutes of the
Knesset.
Let me also call Mr. Guttman's
attention to the fact that the
Histadrut regards itself as above
the law because this past Sep-
tember, instead of turning over to
the law fourteen different kvutzot
who had been guilty of black
market operations, they held trials
before their own "Courts of
Honor." It was not until public
clamor arose that the Histadrut
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Self-Imposed Draft For Rabbis
Obituaries
MOLLIE GOLDSTEIN
V Y. Wrotmamr Rap Proponents
Of Change In Jewish Tradition

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change in Jewish ness.
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Called upon to provide chaplains for lhe present national
emergency, the Rabbinic Alumni Association of Yeshiva University.
New York City, set up a lottery in which the numbers drawn will
indicate the order of call for those in this self-imposed draft. This
draft will affect 500 rabbis serving in the rabbinate in 36 different
states.

HERMAN JACOBS
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Kni Blui 3 k" i if
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Si :.'(d to the .' unity
at next Sunday'; m
rally at Westv Club.
The booklet contains the names
intribuied ten
dollars tr over to the 1950 Com-
im I Ji *rish Appeal, which
reached a final goal of $1,197,218.
The booklet revealed that 1951
ns to the eight local
beneficiary agencies of the cam-
paign amounted to S342.106; civic-
defense agencies received $27,855;
and Israel organization.-
S30.891. The maj r bem I
the campaign was the United
sh Appeal whose share was
$583,487.
In a statement appearing in the
Honor Roll. Wm. D. Singer pn si-
dent of Federation, says: "The
: Jewry at home and
abroad will be as great, if not
ter, in the coming 12 months
as they have been the pas:
nds at the cros
survn economic downfall. I
nor curtail the
f] w i : Ami ::can Jewish dollars
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in the majority.
Dr. David Petegorskj
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bility toward other groum
cultures in the society in k
they live. Jews should not
interpret this to mean that i
must through fear imitate
conform with the majority.
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the question, said that time all
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
maagmgiga
of the newest sports to
e fancy of New York sport
murder on roller skates,
[the Roller Derby. Fans go
particular form of may-
e to the fact that there is
of action and, inevitably,
dy gets hurt during the
of an evening's activities,
the better players in the
nown as the National Roll-
by League, is Hank Gold-
ho performs with the New
hefs. Goldberg has sudden-
un to come into his own
;i brilliant first year last
Only a few weeks ago he
spcnded for lack of hustle,
recent performances he has
ot of fight and is again
|ol of New York fans.
*
I sooner did we write a
on Ben Kerner of the Tri-
HBlack Hawks than Ben ar-
il for the departure of his
coach, Dave MacMillan,
becomes the fifth coach to
in three years. His replace-
is Johnny Logan. Logan is
liin in the active reserve and
loin the armed forces early
luary so that Kerner is cer-
have his seventh coach
up before very long.
*
[had a long talk with Nat
In, coach of City College,
pier day and Nat discussed
iguid appearance of his ball
nth us. Nat is disappointed
team's loss to Missouri in
that figured to see the
and NIT champions roll.
s been hard hit with the
Herbie Cohen, the set-shot
who has come down with
jaundice. At this time
is about ready to resume
ce in the lineup and will
luable with several tough
coming up for the Beavers.
far, big Eddie Roman has
own any of the ability he
^splayed in the past. People
ginning to wonder whether
left some of his game be-
n South America and Israel,
he toured with the United
Jewish Olympic Teach.
pbtedly, the City College
let will lose a few more
before the boys snap out of
lethargy.
* *
Boston Celtics in the NBA
piaving trouble with big
Boykoff, former St. John's
krsity star. Harry finds it
Uifficult to participate in the
pig cheer adopted by the
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man, perennial rival of the City
College people, he feels he is
acting the role of a traitor if he
chants the Allegaroo. On the
other hand, his Boston teammates
crown him if he doesn't join in
the cheer with them. The only
solution for Harry is to get traded
to another team.
*
Not content with cornering just
about every independent basket-
ball market there is, Abe Saper-
stein, owner of the Harlem Globe-
Trotters has announced plans for
an independent club to be called
the Chicago Majors. A group of
former DePaul, Northwestern and
Loyola of Chicago players is being
drilled for possible entry into the
professional basketball league.
Saperstein, who earlier this year
dropped plans for a Chicago entry
in the NBA, said the Majors will
play once a week at Chicago's
Rainbow Arena after January 1.
The club has been practicing un-
der Coach Phil Brownstein,
former mentor of the Chicago
Stags. Players include Gerry
Nagel, Ed Dawon and Ed Earle
of Loyola, Gene Stump, Jack
Phelan, Gordon Gillespie and
Chuck Allen, Jewish star of De-
Paul and Bill Sticklen of North-
western.

Sid Gordon, home-run hitting
star of the Boston Braves evi-
dently is being readied for sale
or trade to another National Lea-
gue club. He was recently offered
as trading bait to Cincinnati for
pitcher Herman Wehmeier, but
the Reds rejected the proposed
deal. Sid is a high-salaried man
and in these troubled times base-
ball clubs think twice before
handing out lavish contracts.

Big Irv Rothenberg of the
Paterson Crescents has climbed
into the lead in the American
Basketball League, scoring high
with a total of 239 points in fif-
teen games. The 6'8" end center
regained a position he held two
weeks ago, becoming the first
player to repeat in the number
one spot this season. Hank Rosen-
stein of the Scranton Miners has
caged the most shots82and is
also the most successful player
among the more fequent visitors
to the charity line, with a 74.5
percent record.
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Bernie Sarachek, coach of Yes-
hiva University, who doubles at
the helm of the Scranton Miners,
is running away with the Ameri-
can Basketball League race. His
nearest rival is the Wilkes-Barre
Barons who have lost four games
as compared to Scranton's loss of
one. Saracheck's success lies in
the fact that most of his players
have been together for four or
five years. He is very loyal to his
underlings and tries to keep them
on even after they have outlived
their usefulness as active per-
formers. Right now his best unit
includes Jerry Fleischman, Hank
Rosenstein and Nat Militzok.
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We have with us today a
modern "court jester." He is a
clown with the Ringling Circus.
He is about 35 and his career
has included stretches with
Broadway choruses, Gilbert and
Sullivan troupes and the lesser
bistros. Slapstick comedy and
asides with double entendre are
his forte. Of course, he ran away
from home when he was a kid.
I say "of course" because the
writer of the specimen belongs
to the eternally wandering tribe
of humanity. Nothing, particular-
ly the homey and prosaic, can
hold him for long. He boasts of
three wives but is rather vague
about the divorces. He told me he
certain he must have children
around somewhere. The only per-
son to whom he really felt close
was his mother, but he rarely
sees her. He carries her photo
about with him wherever he goes.
He is of medium height, slight
and agile, with dead serious blue
eyes and a rubber face.
How does his handwriting go
with his personality and tempera-
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size. The pressure is light and
the slant to the right. The letters
are rounded, so are the connect-
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inflated, the capitals high. And
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the "a's" and "g's" have the
same queer little loops.
NEW YORK (A JP)Israel's
fight against dreaded tubercu-
losis, a prominent American ex-
pert on TB said, has become as
vital and critical as the Jewish
State's war for survival against
the Arab invasions of 1948.
Recently returned from a five-
week inspection tour of Israel
where he viewed the Israelis'
medical facilities for combatting
TB. Dr. Alan Hurst, medical di-
rector of the National Jewish
Hospital in Denver, said that
statistically speaking, Israel's
tuberculosis rate is about five or
six times that of the United States.
Inasmuch as the United States
figures also list dormant and ac-
tive cases of TB while Israel's
lists carry active cases. Doctor
Hurst estimated that the Jewish
State's TB rate would probably
skyrocket 15 times that of he I
United States.
Breaking the figures down,
Doctor Hurst said that six in every
1000 Israelis suffered from the
disease. In the United States, he
added, the ratio was one in each
1000.
TB has become Israel's greatest
killer, said Doctor Hurst, because
of the great waves of European
immigration. Years of under-
nourished life in concentration
camps was cited as a major cause
for the large percentage of TB
among newcomers to Israel. Be-
fore the great influx. Doctor
Hurst reported, the TB rate in the
Holy Land was .8 per 1000lower
than the United States.
Lacking medical facilities. Doc-
tor Hurst reported, shacks, barns
and in one case an old prison
building, were being whitewashed
and converted into hospitals for
TB patients.
In reviewing Israel's medical
needs Doctor Hurst told the
American Jewish Press that al-
though Israel has enough doctors
numerically, there is a great
shortage of young doctors willing
to go into the rural areas and
work among the collective settle-
ments.
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seeking his fantasies, his subcon-
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N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
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Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
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Kneseth Israel Singer, Rabbi.
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thodox). 935 Euclid Ave- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
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3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz.
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Joseph Malck, cantor; Steve
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ii Lowell Gives
lillel Post
YORK (AJP)Charging
tged pro-Communist af-
attributed to him had
fa turmoil of fear," Rabbi
|in B. Lowell, for more
vo vears administrative
fy of the National Hillel
tion, resigend hi s post
Lowell's resignation cli-
several month-long con-
charges and counter-
between the American
League Against Commun-
tRabbi Lowell in which the
national president, Al-
ohlberg, charged that
had affiliated with pro-
ist groups and spoken at
ist "front" rallies. Rabbi
in denying the charges,
Kohlberg's statements an
"half-truths, insinuations
.n-right inaccuracies in
ce with the methods he
ivs used."
American Jewish Press
that Rabbi Lowell had
his resignation after a
eeting with Hillel's na-
oard. Hillel Foundation, a
'nth project, serves the
needs of American Jew-
ents.
THE ADVENTURES
OF
..AS CAPTAIN TOV REAJJZEa
HIS MISTAKE OF LEAVING
AVIVA ALONE AND SEES
HER, CAPTURED By HAJ
MUSA'S MEN, SUDDENLY...
WELL, WELL, THE
CAPTAIN TOV.' WE
GREAT
MEET
IN, BUT..
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3UFFER FOR IW PLEASURE
WHEN THE DAWN BREAKS
THROW THEM INTO THE ,
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WHEN I GET rV\y HANDS
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THROAT / j -----' 1/
Lowell told the American
^ress that the Hillel na-
ammission felt the public
i effect of the alleged pro-
irges against him were
maging than the value of
within the Hillel struc-
\e\v of this," Rabbi Lowell
lad no other course but
itarily resign my post."
rated his innocence of the
made against him and
"I don't want to say any-
lat would hurt the work
el." Rabbi Lowell joined
lei staff in 1926 and has
/ith the campus organiza-
and off for the past 25
Lowell said he had no
plans for the future,
finally replying to an in-
to Rubbi'Lowell's status,
man for National Hillel
that the rabbi had re-
nd that his resignation
accepted.
iny statement will have
from Rabbi Lowell, not
spokesman added. AJP
fed Rabbi Lowell at his
hidency and learned that
gnation was "caused by a
of fear relative to me"
out of the Kohlberg
a spokesman for Hillel
AJP and issued the
kg statement:
lew of the fact that Rabbi
name has been in the
Recently as a result of
[stemming from irrespons-
pces there will inevitably
asure of speculation as to
sons for Rabbi Lowell's
ion. Such speculation is
be unfair either to Rabbi
r to Hillel. Rabbi Lowell
because of his recogni-
[a basic difference in ap-
lo Hillel aims and policies
because of the pressure
outside group or indivi-
lllel statement followed by
|ie American Jewish Press'
with Rabbi Lowell.
;rg, in a recent letter to
\
Judge Holt Speaks
At Peninsular
Graduation
Circuit Judge George E. Holt
addressed the graduating class of
Peninsular Institute at the com-
mencement exercises last Thurs-
day night at the Miami Woman's
Club Auditorium.
Joseph A. Wanick, attorney and
member of the faculty, presided
Diplomas were awarded by Eli
Hurwitz, director of the institute.
Among the dignitaries present
'were Mayor William Wolfarth; J.
J. Brown, senior special agent,
U.S. Internal Revenue Intelli-
gence Unit; Samuel L. Ready,
president of the Dade County
Society of Certified Public Ac-
countants; and Harry H. Meyer,
president of the Miami Chapter
of the Institute of Internal Audi-
tors.
Frank Goldman, president of the
B'nai B'rith, charged that Rabbi
Lowell was affiliated with pro-
Communist organizations and had
participated in the activities of
"front" groups. At the time the
charges were made and later
Lowell consistently denied the
allegations.
Kohlberg had written Goldman
that ". we ask whether Jewish
youth is not in danger, though
your instrumentally, when it is
subjected to the guidance of a
Benjamin Lowell." Later in the
letter he termed the Hillel "situa-
tion" as "serious" and said that
"something very thorough must be
done immediately."
One of America's outstanding
service organizations, B'nai B'rith,
Hillel's sponsoring body, recently
went on record supporting United
States action in Korea, Goldman
pledged to President Truman "the
full support of B'nai B'rith for
the measures which he has ad-
vocated in his message to the
Congress and for his stand in the
Korean crisis.
"B'nai B'rith with all that it
has," Goldman said, "is unitedly
and unreservedly behind Presi-
dent Truman and our govern-
ment."
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""DAY. JANUARY;
Jewry's Future Is In Establishment Of
Hebrew Day Schools, Klein Asserts__
The future of American Jewry
lies in the establishment of day-
school's similar to the Hebrw
Academy of Miami Beach. Ste-
phen Klein, president of Barton's
Chocolates. Inc. of New V !
and well-kn >wn Jewish educa-
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It will b( to Israel
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and
70 pounds : r
Und pn sent laws,
tted t nd the foil
ing q of foods to a fam-
ilj 13 lbs i anned meat; 8 lbs.
citizenship. The people of Greater
n taken a forward step ***" 8 butterj 8 lbs- '
in that direction bv organizing 8 ibsA m\ P.'^'v .'"eluding
and supporting an institution like ""> miU- dried fruit, in-
the Hebrew Academy." i eluding nuts: 8 lbs. dried v.
.,, .. bles: 8 lbs. canned fish; 8 lbs.
'I1*11! chocolate, including cake and
candies; 8 lbs. rice: 8 lbs. legumes:
8 lbs. cereals: 8 lbs canned fruit;
the school by Rabbi Alexander S.
G: -- principal, Dr. David S.
Andron. president, and Jack Satin,
executive vice president.
Leon Elkin, Leader In
Workmen's Circle, Dies
Leon Elkin, 58, one of the
founders of Workmen's Ci
Branch 682. passed away Monday.
A resident of Miami Beach :' i
8 lbs. jellies and jams: 8 lbs
powder: 4 lbs coffee: 4 lbs
and soup extracts; 2 lbs tea
2 lbs spices.
Family Export & Shipping Co.
will also ship your self-packed
parcels of used clothing to I
Charge, including Israel duties,
is 16 cents per pound.
In addition, the firm sells gift
certificates for its own Kosher
Mrs. Meyers To Speak
Mi X:'. Brenner Meye. M-
Beach ittorn.
leader,
:
I
Center Members To
Hold Supper Meeting
Beach J
rill be tl
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Janua t 6:15 i
a- being
ce.
Tickets For Cantor
Show Co On Sale
Tick' ts are now on
one-i
nted by
85 of the American I. .
Miami Beach Mui
n February 27 an I 28
and March 1. according to J
H. Ruby, post commander. They
may be purchased in Room 251,
420 Lincoln Road. M
P eeds will be used ft
erans rehabilitation at Pratt G
eral Hospital, other veteran chari-
ties and genera] community
service.
Program Feature To
Observe 1st Birthday
Harol i Shapiro, narrator of the
"Builders of Is-
h.it a special
Id on Sunday.
15 p.m., over rta-
vance of the
f this feature
ii .,1 Hour.
gna| nan at< d -12 biog-
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shment of the
lal 15-minute
director,
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has : reived
for his
ts to spread
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public in the
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5tal
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: in the controver-
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builders, but has ted the un-
Ji ish leaders
enting every phase of
'.'. :. I :mg political, cul-
tural, practical, revi-
/.lonism.
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PHONE 2-7005
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*'*!? o reilded 3t f00d Parce!s' whi<* nge in pri. ~
loi9 Drexei Ave He served as from $11.75 to $18.75. Parcels I
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Y, JANUARY 5, 1951
*Jmisli fkrktian
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE_______
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|CH IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ersigm '!. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
I.iiiuc.r Hitr at 21 OX Keil Road,
PAUUE max VANTON, De-
Fla., Intends to register said
Hth the Clerk of the Circuit
it Dude County. Florida.
FRANK IIAMPSEY.
Sole Owner
AND SHAPIRO
for Applicant
hcolii Kd.
19-26
TICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
.KXT1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'LORIDA, IN AND Ft lit PADK
JTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
vs.
De-
are
UY VANTON, Plaintiff,
TAUL'E MAC VANTOM,
|nt
MIT FOR DIVORCE
Dntasue Max Vanton
| Hoffman Btreel
City, California
Montague Max Vanton
notified that a Bill of Com-
for Divorce has been filed
you, and you are required to
copy of your Answer or Plead-
the Hill of Complaint on the
If's Attorney, Ben Essen, Boa.,
|bold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and
original Answer or Pleading
offi......f the Clerk of the
Court on or before the 2 day
1961. If you fail
knt by default will
you for the relief
[Hill of Complaint.
[notice shall be published once
ek for four consecutive weeks
[Jewish Moridian.
|F. AND ORDERED at Miami.
this 2 dav of Jan., AD. I'.'.M.
B. WEATHERMAN, Clerk.
lit Court, Dade County, Florida.
ft Court Seal)
By WM. W.
to do so,
be taken
demanded
IBSEN
for
ferbold
Fla.
y for
S3
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
Plaintiff
Bldg.,
Plaintiff
)TICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
(TENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
VXD Pllll DADE COUNTY.
UDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
!.
J. AMENDODA. Plaintiff, vs.
FRANCIS AMENDODA, SB.,
ndant.
. John Francis Amendola, Sr.,
Irs. MU-hael Ilarone
| Myrtle Avenue
dale. l-ong Island, New York
ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
[a copy of your Answer to the
Complaint In the above cause
vorce, on the plaintiff's at-
s. and file the original in the
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
I before January 2",. 1931, other-
laid Bill of Complaint will be
;i confessed by you.
M this 27 day of December, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk-of the Circuit Court,
Dade Sounty, Florida,
lit Court Heal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
HEIMA.N & KAPLAN
leys for Plaintiff
kylxild Building
Florida
1/5-12-19
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
CE 18 HEREB GIVEN that
i sinned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
Furniture Company at 5211
I Avenue, Miami, Florida, in-
register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
, Florida.
NORMAN B. CAB EL and
MINA CABEL
22-29
E OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
.'XTY J PIXIE'S COURT, DADE
NTY, FLORIDA.No. 23027.
STATE OK
RH'K DICKDER.
leaaed.
PlCE 1m hereby given that I have
y final report and petition for
lischarge as Executrix of trfo
of MAURICE. DICKDER, de-
.. and that on the 18 day of
xy. 1951 will apply to the Honor.
[IV. B. Blanton, County Judge
ric County, Florida, for approval
"I final report and for final dls-
. as Executrix of the Estate of
lICK DICKDER. deceased.
Kith dav of December. 1950.
CECILIA DICKLER
[ ESSEN
Jiey for Executrix
122-29 1/5
ATTENTION
lTTORNEYS!
i Jewish Floridian Bo-
lts your legal notices.
e appreciate your
ronage and auaran-
acctirate service at
lal rates. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
,M Ji?J,CE BV PUBLICATION
INc.,T,Ur': CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SntEkSP**- ,N AN" '""< DADB
UJ740!) ~ N CI1ANC1':,iV. No.
HA??XJPSSidPW'l I'lnintlff, vs.
p.,LA. PT5.J "KS,|'KI!KN'' Defendant.
TO: GLADYS FR1E8LBBEN
c/o Elizabeth Post,
509 West 212 Street
-New York 34, New York
ion 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,
AD. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken aa confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Forlda, this the
19 day of December, 1950.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
m.lton a. friedma'n,"^ "*
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
12/22-29 1/5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FUlRIDANo, 22SS9.
RE: ESTATE i IF
LENA MARCUS,
I >,c,-ased.
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 January,
1951. will apply to the Honorable w i\
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of
Lena Marcus, deceased.
This 15th day of December, 1960,
MEYER MARCUS.
Administrator
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
137442.
HELEN JANOWSKI. Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN JANOWSKI, Defendant.
TO: JOHN JANOWSKI.
31 Greenpoint Avenue,
Brooklyn, 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 Bill of Com-
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,
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
12/22-29 1/5-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARVEL 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 ZWEIGEL.
HUTNER & HUTNEIt.
807 Olympla Bldg.. 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 Dade County. Florida.
JACK FRIED,
Sole Owner
BKRICK 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 RoSKNHAlN.
MAMBER & 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
bu.~iiie.ss under the fictitious name of
Adelaide Court Apartments at 245-al
S. W. 18th Court, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
Hi, Clerk 01 the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. __.. ..
N. J. HERMAN,
sole owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
12/22-29 1/6-11
EITLIN COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
LEGAL NOTICE
\
IB N. ( Snd T. MIAMI St. FLA.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
1M.873-B.
EXCHANGE BUFFET, INC., a Flor-
ida corporation. Plaintiff, vs. EX-
CHANGE PROPERTIES, INC., a
Florida corporation, SHERIFF OF
DADE COUNTY, ANTHONY CAR-
RICATTI and CARL CARRICATTI,
doing business under the name of
Exchange Buffet Restaurant, and
KITTY BI/X)M, Defendants.
TO: KITTY BLOOM
c/o Loeweys
77 Chase Avenue
Yonkers, New York
and
any interest to the following chattels
secured by that mortgage filed in
Chattel Mortgage Book 327, page 19
of the public reords of Dade County,
Florida:
All of the restaurant equipment
and kitchen equipment contained
in the premises known as num-
bers 310 N. E. Second Street and
312 N. E. Second Street, in Mi-
ami. Dade County. Florida, in-
cluding the following restaurant
and kitchen equipment, to-wlt:
Neon Signs.
1 Celling Fan.
1 Stanley Knight Soda Fountain, 12'
with 1 horsepower compressor.
1 Stainless Steel Refrigerated Salad-
Sandwich Unit with 1/2 horsepow-
er compressor complete.
2 Toastmaster Toasters.
1 Universal Waffle Machine.
1 Mosley Safe.
42 Foot Stainless Steel Lunch Count-
er.
22 Chromium Leather Upholstered
Stools.
8 Formica Tables and Plastic Up-
holstered Loungo Booths.
$800.00 worth of Mirrors. Walled
and back bar of Soda Fountain.
Stainless Steel Service Counter and
Stainless Steel Walled Shelves.
1 Stainless Steel Steam Table
1 Garland Range.
1 Pltco Frylator.
1 Garland Broiler.
1 Wood Worktop Table .",'.
1 McCray Refrigerator, 141 cubic feet
with 1 horsepower compressor.
1 Universal Dishwashing Machine.
1 Sheet Metal Sink, Dtainboard.
1 Walk-in Refrigeratof Box 6x6.
Kitchen Hood.
1 Blower Fan.
1 Chopper and Mixer No. 855469.
1 National Cash Register No. 41
776 40.
1 Malted Milk Machine Hamilton
Beach No. 33.
1 Slicing Machine (Hobart) No. 2769.
1 Meat Block.
5 Garbage Cans.
1 Large Hanging Scale
2 Large Standing Fans-26", 3 Blade.
4 Cake Stainless Steel Stands.
2 Pie Show Cases.
1". Napkin Dispensers.
24 Banana Split Holders and Sun-
dales.
1 Twin Stainless Steel Coffee Urn.
5 Dish Pans for Dirty Dishes.
2 Filing Cabinets.
Dishes and silverware, pots, pans
and all other miscellaneous equip-
ment pertaining to a restaurant.
Hot water boiler In basement.
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Declaratory Decree
and for Mortgage Foreclosure, on the
aforesaid chattels has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, Aronovltr and
AmnoviU. 748 Seybold Building. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the J5th day of January, 1951.
If you fall to do so, 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 Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this I4th day of December,
1950, A.D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ,
748 Seybold Building,
Miami, Florida,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
26067
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACK M. ItltAHAMS,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
(-.state:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of JACK M BRAHAMS, de-
eased, late of Dade County. Florida,
0 the Hon. W. V. BLANTON, County
udge of Dade County, and file the
-time la his office in the County
Courthouse ill Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid.
>r sumo will be barred See Section
2" of the 1931 Probate Act
Date December 22. A.D. 1950.
MARY It. BRAHAMS,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of JACK M, BRAHAMS.
Deceased.
BERICK and SHAPIRO
Utorneys for Executrix
12/29 1/6-11-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that tho
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PUNCH AND JUDY at 336 Miracle
Mile. Coral Gables, Florida. Intend to
register such name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. WII^IAM S(-,IWARTZ.
RUTH SCHWARTZ.
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. M. FURNITURE CO. (Not Inc.)
at 3819 N. Miami Avenue Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ..
JOSEPH R. MONDRES.
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
Sabal Palm Food Shop at 5086 N.E.
2nd Avenue. Miami, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
AN. ;EL > CAPUTO
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN Ai KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
12 B-16-22-29
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sabal Palm Bendlx Launderette at
(111 N E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Intends to ren I name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MRS LENA ROSENBAUM,
Bole owner
12/29 1/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FISHER'S JEWELRY, formerly POL-
LACKS WATCH SHOP at 1433
S. W. 8th Street Miami, Dade Countv,
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MILTON FISHER,
Sole Owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
12/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMS LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious n
SHIRVVYND APARTMENTS at num-
ber 601 75th Street In the City Of
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Forlda.
BENJAMIN S'CKANFALD
PEARL SCHANFALD
GENET & GENET
Attorneys for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADK COUNTV.
FliORIDA. IN CHANCERY No.
137197.
ALDO BORSARI, Paietiff. vs. INES
BORSARI. Defendant.
To. INES BORSARI
Cio Miss Mary Ixtdiglani
106 Belmont Avenue
Springfield, Massachusetts
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint, a copy of
which is enclosed herewith, on Plain-
tiff's attorneys, and file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 8 day
of January, 1951 otherwise the al-
legations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8 day
of December, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk
BEN ESSEN and
SHELDON N. LELCIUK
Attorneys for Plaintiff
823-25 Seybold Building
Miami, F'lorida
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
"THE CHICKEN COOP" at 1303 N. W.
3rd Avenue Miami. Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON A. KATZ
JULES KATZ
GEORGE KIMMEL
RICHARD K. FINK
412 Congress Bldg.
Attorney for Applicants
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
Al'e Delicatessen at T0< B.W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid*,
MORRIS II. NAFTEL
628 Lenox Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Morris H. Neftel
12/15-22-29 1/5
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR HADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 13743S.
AONES CECILIA MARSHALL. Plain-
tiff, vs. EVERETT MARSHALL,
Defendant.
TO: EVERETT MARSHALL
Rockvllle. Rhode Island
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of > our
answer to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attorney and file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court, on or before the
M day of January, 1961; otherwise,
the allegation! of said Bill of Com-
plaint Will be taken as confessed
ai tins) i ou.
Hated this 20th day of December,
1950.
E H LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
GE> IRGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
12/22-29 1/5-12 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FI/ORIDA. IN PROBATE, No!
i 100
In Re: ESTATE OF
SIMON BERGER,
Deceased.
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing. Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereb)
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of SIMON BERGER, deceased,
late of Dade Countv Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge/
of Dade County, and file the same
In his office In the County Court-
bouse in Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address Of the claimant and to-
be sworn to snd presented a-< afore-
said, or sain- will be bailed See
Section 120 of the 1931 Probate Act.
Hate Dec. 13, A H 1950.
LOLA CAROLINE BERGER
As Administratrix Cum Testa-
mento annex., of the est'.te of
SIMON BERGER Deceased
BERICK K- SHAPIRO
Attorney! for Administratrix
12/15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HADE
ColNTV. IN CHANCERY, No.
137502.
FLORENCE WHITMAN. Plaintiff, vs.
MURRAY WHITMAN, also known
as MORRIS WHITMAN. Defendant.
suit f\ IR DIVORCE
TO: MURRAY WHITMAN, also known
as MORRIS WHITMAN
1121 Coney Island Avenue,
Brooklyn, New York
You. MURRAY WHITMAN, also
known s MORRIS WHITMAN, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, Ben Essen. BIS
Seybold lildg.. Miami. Florida, and file
the original Atlswer or Pleading in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2*i day of Jan..
1961. If you fail to do so. 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 Fkiridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 26 day of Dec, A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Count, Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
HEN ESSEN
823 Seybold Bldg;.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/29 1/5-12-19
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR HADE COUNTY FLORDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 137212
ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT and
MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE
Plaintiffs, vs. B. K. PACKER and
----------- PACKER, his wile, et al..
Defendants.
TO: B. K. PACKER and -----------
PACKER, his wife, if he be married.
If alive, and if dead:
And all persons having or claiming
an interest in the following described
lands, as heirs, devisees, legatees.
creditors, grantees or claimants
claiming under B. K. PACKER ami
-------- PACKER his wife, if he be
married, or otherwise, to-wlt:
Ix>ts 10, 11, and 12, In Block 20.
ELIZABETH PARK, according to
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 4 at Page 195, of the Public-
Records of Dade County. Florida.
You, and each ot you, are notified
that a suit has been brought against
you by ELLEN SMITH CUTHBERT
nnd MARY CUTHBERT SCHADE, and
you are hereby required to tile with
the Clerk of the above named Court,
at Miami. Florida, your written ap-
pearance-! and defenses, if any and
serve a copy of your written defense,
if any, oil plaintiffs' attorney, on or
before the 12 day of January, 1961,
in default of which a Decree Pro
Cotrfesso may be entered against you.
DATED: December 13, I960.
H. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING
Deputy Clerk.
BEN B8SEN
Attorney for Plaintiffs
S23 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
12/15-22-29 1/5
137501.
CLAIRE ZATINSKY, Plaintiff, vs.
MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY. De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY
138 West 13th Street
New York City. New York
Y'ou. Milton Allen Zatinsky, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
s. rve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney. BEN ESSEN,
ESQ., !--':! Seybold Building;. Miami.
Florida, and tile th.....iglnal Answe
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
26 day of Jan.. Ui.M. If > on fail to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published .01. e
each week foi tour consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I'l.a ida. Hiis 26 day of 1 v. A.D
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. Wll.SoN.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSION
323 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/39 1/5-12-19


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