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The Jewish Floridian ( January 12, 1951 )

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^wiislb-IBliDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY PRICE: TEN CENTS raP of a 1 nhlight of the morning session at the 1951 Combined Jewish all-day mobilisation rally Sunday at Westview Country Club he community workshop, at which leaders of local Jewish as participating in the appeal discussed their accomplishments atlined their needs for the coming year. Pictured here are C. Myers, chairman of Federation's community planning Itee, who served as mobilisation chairman and head of the hop; Leon Kaplan, president of the Jewish Centers AssociafWilliam D. Singer, president of Federation: Max Meisel. nt of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Max Orovitx, president unt Sinai Hospital; and Samuel Friedland. chairman of the 1951 campaign. Headliners at the afternoon meeting were Dr. Max Lerner. New York educator and author, who said that the establishment of Israel would mean the end of "Jewish history with tears;" Judge Justine Wise Polier of the Domestic Relations Court in New York, who praised the Jewish community for "this demonstration of unity without uniformity;" and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, cochairman of the Allied Jewish Appeal of Denver, who pointed out that the people of Israel, equivalent to less than half of the Jewish population of New York, have undertaken to raise through their own limited resources the sum of one-half billion dollars in the next three years. __^ \\ Submits Plan ?eace In Korea IE SUCCESS, (JTA) — IsImerged this week-end as fcitral figure in United Na>fforts to secure a peaceful bn of the Korean crisis at Pre-Campaign Activities Launched After All-Day Mobilization Rally 100.00 Jews Need JDC Aid NEW YORK. (JTA)—Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Sparked bf a mobilization rally attended by 800 person, Mg l ^^^ aa ^^ ai representing 200 Jewish organizations, Greater Miami Jewish; general chairman of the 1951 immonwealth Conference in j leaders this week launched the first phase of the 1951 Combined carnpa ig n of the United Jewish :— r .n i tm I Appeal, told 300 delegates to the 36th annual JDC conference that "a minimum of 400,000 Jews in imonweaitn t_omerence in | leaders mis ween muw.ueu u. "~> *—•• began consideration of the | J ew j s h Appeal with a series of pre-campaign functions. Samuel Friedland, campaign chairman, announced of the folIowing$>| plan for an overall Korean nent prior to its presenta, efore the U.N. General As| appointment the plan was no longer in Isname, however. It reached tn via the U.N. three-man wire group composed of As%  y President Nasrollah EnT of Iran; Lester Pearson. Han External Affairs Minis_ad Sir Bengal Rau, of India, %  group adopted the general Work of the Israel plan as kl set of peace. ist Prepares For ipaign Wind-Up additional drive leaders: Herbert' up his post as U. S. Ambassador ... ft .ft, ft ** .. .1 V •^ %  .,E. Scher, special gifts; Aaron Kanner, trades; Jack Ablin, winter residents; David Phillips, vice chairman of winter residents; David Levenson, hotel; Joseph Gardner and Nat Hankoff. coI chairmen of hotel unit; Mrs. Louis Glasser, women's gift unit; Fred K. Shochct, metropolitan; Arthur j Wohlgemuth, youth; Herbert I Kaplan, juniors. Named to chairmanship of nonsoliciting units were Joseph R. i Stein, rating; Rabbi Irving Lehr'man. rabbinical; Dr. Morris .Goodman, publicity; Harold \ Shapiro, speakers bureau; Mrs. Ih $575,835, or 67.2 percent William Capland office volunio $857,000 quota already I teers; Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. airangements; Mrs. David Bass, hospitality. An initial gift solicitation dinner is scheduled for Tuesday, January, 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Westview Country Club. Guest speaker will be the Hon. James G McDonald, who recently gave to Israel. Howard Kane, Max Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, Jacob Sher and Carl Weinkle are chairmen of the affair. Also slated for Tuesday is a $365 minimum tea to be given by the patron's division of the Europe, Moslem areas and Israel" will need the JDC's assistance during 1951. He spoke Sunday night immediately after his re-election by acclamation as JDC chairman for the coming year. Meeting at the Hotel Commodore, the delegates also re-elected Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman, and Dr. Joseph J. Bill To Aid Israel Introduced In House WASHINGTON. (JTA) — A bill which would grant Israel up to $500,000,000 in economic aid and bring her under the provitu of the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948 was submitted in the House of Representatives this week by Congressman John D. Dingell, Democrat of Michigan. The Dingell Bill is described as intended "to assist the people of Israel in establishing a sound economy, to strengthen the ties between the peoples of the United States and those of Israel, and to help achieve the basic objective of the Charter of the United Nations." Israel would come under the provisions of the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948 whenever such provisions "are consistent with purposes of this title," the bill provides. Amounts not to exceed 500 million dollars in the \ aggregate would be authorized to be appropriated from time to time for aid to Israel. It is also specified that "notwithstanding the provisions of any other law until such time as an appropriation shall be made pursuant to Section 505, the Reconstruction Finance orporation is authorized to make advances not to exceed in the aggregate $100,000,000 to carry out purposes of this title at such time and in such amounts as the administrator shall request and no interest shall be charged on advances made by the Treasury to the RFC in implemtntation of this section.' the patrons division oiine gj^ dircctor ge „eral. At the Women's gift unit at the home same time Dr Schwartz was of Mrs. Max Orovitz, 6000 North g j V en a lease of absence to permit Bay Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. him to assume his new post as Leonard Abess and Mrs. Jack! executive vice chairman of the U J A. led, the Dade Community launched the busiest week le campaign in preparation e giant one-day drive on v. January 14, which will the 1950-51 appeal. .al gifts and pledges on hand ir were reported by Leonard icss, Chest president. He said ...nu total for Division A %  gifts) accounted for 116; Miami Beach Division >,506; Industry, $94,789, and etropolitan division, $5,424. is the big metropolitan oration that will take over oncluding efforts of the camstarting with Community it Sunday. Leaders have been iting recruits for a task force 00 to ring doorbells of homes ighout the county and to ass small business in all rs. Louis Glasser, chairman metropolitan unit, said that response to the appeal for IT workers has been good itional help is needed, fhe job of covering the GreatJiami area is greater than ever % re because of the vast cxpanof the residential districts," (said. "The women and men of community have responded jiy. We still have need of more inteers." tie asked that all persons willito help call Chest headters at 3-7704. lie big one-day drive will as many homes as possible, prs will be contacted in the tiw-up phases. In addition, the on is responsible for about small business firms tughout the county. Ablin will assist Mrs. Orovitz with arrangements. Principa. % speaker will be Mrs. Kurt Laemmle of Los Angeles. A seminar for members of fhe speakers bureau will be held at, the Shelborne Hotel on Friday, January 19. The meeting will be! addressed by Mrs. S. Alexander; Brailove, national chairman of, the women's division of the United World Zionists To Meet JERUSALEM. (JTA) — The twenty-third World Zionist Congress session will open in Jerusalem on July 11. the Jewish (Agency executive announced this week. Rabbi Lehrman Presented Life Tenure Of Miami Beach Jewish Center Pulpit A standing ovation was accorded Rabbi Irving Lehrman when ...^u he entered the membership meetJewish Appeal Luncheon will be ing of the Miami Beach Jewish served, according to Mrs. Hyman Center, Tuesday evening followS Kaplan, secretary of the ing the unanimous decision of th* bureau. In this first photo of workers for the forthcoming $500,000,000 Israel bond drive In the United States, outstanding American businessmen, diplomatic and communal leader, met last weekend to plan for the bond drive. The drive ..expected to £ %  **£ y..r.. Shown left to right at sessions held in a New York City hotel are: Ahba Eban. Israel Ambassador to the U. S.; Henry Montor (standing), chief executive officer of the American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel, the organisation which will handle the .ale of Israel bonds: Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. former secretary of the treasury, who was named chairman of it Board of Governors and James G. McDonald, who has served,as American Ambassador to Israel since the first day of its independence. Congregation to present him with a life tenure in recognition of his" | distinguished service to the in' %  stitution. The life term contract was recommended to the Congregation by the board of directors of the center and is one of the few such recognitions awarded to rabbis by their con? gregations throughout the country. The Miami Beach Jewish Center is Rabbi Lehrman's first full-time pulpit, coming here from Montclair. New Jersey where he served as student rabbi. During the past 7 M> years Rabbi Lehrman led the congregation from its original small structure on 14th and Euclid to its new milliondollar edifice on 17th and Wash. ington with a membership of over 1 eight hundred. This institution is i recognized as one of the leading Conservative synagogues in the country. Marking the 11th consecutive generation of rabbis in his family,, Lehrman graduated from the" Jewish Institute of Religion which has since combined with the Jewish Theological Seminary and is a member of the executive committee of the Rabbinical Assembly. During his stay in the community Rabbi Lehrman has in addition to serving as spiritual leader of his congregation, played an active role in communal activities and was selected as one of Ravvi Irving Lehrman Greater Miami's representatives to visit Europe and Israel. He is a member of the board of directors of Dade County Red Cross and of the Travelers Aid Society. He is also a member of Kiwanis. The sisterhood of the center is sponsoring a Kiddush Friday evening for Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman in honor of the congregation's action this week.



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Dr. Gamoran Slated To Speak At Gables Center This Weekend Dr. Ei 1 I i i V JCRS To Conduct Ta* May Monday < • L5 I 1 I be used to conl • %  %  | %  Pioneer Women Plan Fish Dinner %  : partj % %  Januar; : %  m. ill bo I %  .: .. i:ngs. Mrs Esl Garl nclude C i t R becca Schv I Bau a .. d for • %  c • • Fund. on pi r are i standing, l Kolman Lu:ia, S;muc: Ritter: (seated, same order Rabbi A ander S. Gross, director o! the school: Dr. David S. and Roih. Chairman. Academy WOIIH'H Prepare •Bournal n W n %  %  3 S % %  : : the I I %  %  : i • nt of 1 w Student C Tropical l.oage Slate** Outing \v. sti rn ityta outbai becue and i ill be sponsored B'nai B'nth 21, at the : S uth Mi m will include n %  :> %  ackled dii L hutz n ad! Herzbi un at To Highlight n's Meeting ram%  i mi 1:30 Alan will %  M Frinbera urnal Kadimah Chapter To Hold Party iimah Chapter of P fto fn wiU sponsor ad. 16 „ P f' ty n TuCSdav J lb. at 1pm. on the lawn of the ssv&'a s uiiam Homfeid 4^o F t r ?hafr m S ari er in^ ot the affair. Wstmg^eTafe the Mesdames Michael Fiedler |?v5 !" S Le Gold !" nIrving' *aury Coulton, D Sh-n • %  l k Aronovitz. Harold Horowitz and Abe Folk Chorus Will Present Program Saturday Night i '"strating Jev t*an ... art H Ktf5 Day Workers $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7613 or 9-3607 No Charge to Employer %  usk-"for T wlU USJC ioi dancing %  I ^^^ !" HOTEL CARTER ELECTRIC SALES Electric Motors Repaired DONALD HUBBARD !" So. D.* ie Highway Paone 4-0125 HOTEL NATHAN For Reservations GINSBURG Ph n£ 5-4691 / & Family Fred Lang ^^ D JZ MEANS KOSHBK MARTIN LA2AR. Mgr North DadeNn 7 For Man Of Y, Sev, n men h v b/ natfd Dade Count, c..* Yea, Dem ( Vl "" i SheiiM Graham H (•; ( .,Q* Juliui Q |p p builders ai • and Huh I' ,K A aw, to **' clur unry will fl\ : evi nl ; Igo Hal Zelge, %  por^cht wade* Kosher ChiekciiN See it Alive—Slaughtered R c-.l-birical Supervision BUY DIRECT Rellirq Fancy Pullets. Yearlings. Capers. Fryers, c-t reasonable prices is cur business. Over 50 year: from Maine to .da. Hernia a Poultry ton Ave. 58-1839 St. Miami) 3-7584 WE DELIVER ImM und sho JUIIywMfs Eifhsa •WJM •unMiuKnierw IlickevKatz] ICoosevell itf r-p. COD Theatre wn 41s: 6, Chase %  H Beginning Wed., Jan. 2(1 M. *s ::: *H


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%  rlNUARY 12. 1951 Jfe*#sft#fcr*/4/7 PAGE 3 A 7/ Say Mnintment of Joe N. Morris to the Circuit %  matter of quiet satisfaction to old-timers, %  up with the Jewish community of Greater Hn its inception. Judge Morris, to be sure, is H first nor the only Jewish official to hold %  of honor and trust in Dade County. The H enough to be impressive. Yet this pleasing ^ftce may be a seismograph and calls for ome Jrncnt. Days ^cely more than half a century since Miami oorated into a municipality. The pioneer (en came by boat before the new settlement He, before the FEC Railway had completed connecting Palm Beach with Biscayne Bay, Icsnakcs slithered across the winding dirt is now Flagler Street, when battalions of and dragon flies attacked the new arrivals trclts en their arms and faces. Mr. Cohen, Jxer, had that happy faculty of adjustment abled him to take an active part in the locial and fraternal life of the budding town. Prejudice sequent arrivals found the welcome neither nor too hearty. In fact as the town grew, ti-Jewish trends were manifest. This runs the general practice that obtains in new It is understandable how an old city, with iterests entrenched for generations, would new-comers, who might challenge the esorder, who might offer competition to the lass, who might undercut and take jobs m resident workers. But it is difficult to d why a new settlement in need of people iject to the influx of a sober, industrious, lg class. Yet the fact remains when the h of Jewish pioneers came to drop their gs into the fantastic land boom, they enmore hostile Gentile Only signs than anythe continent. Oscillation Of Anti-Semitism In Greater Miami Jrom ens Carl G. Fisher Strangely enough, Jewish or Gentile settlers coming from environments that had tolerant religious traditions often experienced anti-Semitism for the first time. According to Mr. Cohen, there was little or no prejudice during Miami's infancy. It seems to have been introduced by shallow bumptious Realtors. The worst offender was Carl G. Fisher, who during 9 drunken orgy bought a sizable tract of Miami Beach acreage. The Indianapolis inventor of the Prest-OLite battery had to become a developer of real estate or lose his investment. He sold anti-Semitism together with his lots. Prosperity following the first world war smiled upon him. His phenomenal sui was the inspiration to other subdividers. If antiSemitism paid Carl Fisher then such a policy was also good enough for them. The Land Boom Judeophobia soon reached its climax. In 1925, the anti-Semilic kettle, that was kept boiling for a decade by the Fishers and the Pancoasts, their jackals and stooges, finally exploded. The Jewish "binder boys" were taken for a ride in the shabby deal on Seminole Beach, an ocean front subdivision belonging to Mr. Roney. But the boom bubble that burst also boomeranged. Gentile as well as Jewish capital was swept away in the malestrom. It became obvious even to bigots that a policy of malice and hatred was not good business. In a sober moment Mr. Fisher, broke and repentant, once told the late Harry I. Lipton that he was not anti-Jewish; only the bankers forced him to adopt anti-Semitic measures. Lights and Shadows in the 1930s The first evidence of a rift in local anti-Semitism was the election of Baron de Hirsch Meyer to the city council of Miami Beach. Yet objectionable signs were still brazenly flaunted, even after Mitchell By HARRY SIMONHOFF Wolfson became mayor. A diminishing number of hotels continued to practice exclusion under the ambiguous masthead Restricted Clientele. From 1935 onwards, a resurgence of pre-boom Judeophobia was again felt. Under Nazi inspiration or fund spreading, a crop of small-time, would-be Hitlers led by W. G. Blanchard. Jr. and Martin J. Healey emulated the Charles Coughlens and the Gerald L. K. Smiths. The movement began to reach uncomfortable proportions when World War II highlighted the perils of Hitlerlsm, and broke organized anti-Semitism in the U. S. Encouragement When peace finally came. Jewish residents became the majority on Miami Beach. With five Jewish Councilmen out of seven, the last vestiges of open anti-Semitism were swept away. Yet in the City of Miami the question of discrimination was still debatable. But in 1950, the election of Louie Bandel demonstrated that a Jewish candidate to the City Commission could be elected by an overwhelming Gentile vote. Apprehensions It would be a comfort to feel that the appointment of Judge Morris by Governor Warren, following the approval of Dade County Bar Association, heralds the end of religious intolerance in our metropolis. But thoughtful people are disturbed and apprehensive. Miami Beach is truly the finest resorl city in the world. It offers a variety of amusements, a choice of delicious foods, the most delightful winter surf anywhere. Its hotels are the last word in elegance and swank. But Gentile prejudice prefers to by-pass this earthly paradise. For entertainment or hospitality, the dominant majority continues to select outmoded hotels as if concerned only with avoiding all contact with tourists or residents of the Jewish faith. ier Welles To Lead Off 1951 •r Forum Series January 24 ) Wells, former Under of State and recognized of America's leading will be the first speakpresented by the Men's j the Miami Beach Jewish the 1951 Forum Series jry 24 at 8:15 p.m. at the He will discuss "The Itates in World Affairs." ras the American statesfirst conceived creation fnited Nations, and since ;he State Department has live in furthering its inthrough his broadcasts, cd lectures. Welles will be MaurH)ui-l, author, interpreter %  orient of Jewish values to Blsh and non-Jewish world, lay. February 18. His sub! be "World Jewry in E. Lilienthal. former nergy Commission chair.•ill speak Wednesday, [14. on the subject, "The Peace and War." innl speaker of the series William L. Shirer, noted )mmentator and analyst dered one of our outforeign affairs experts, April 1. His subject will Struggle for Survival." demand for tickets has ery great, according to ay Perlmutter, Men's Club t. who suggests that i>>ns be made as soon as by calling 58-2503 or at ter at 1701 Washington Ave. Tickets range for the entire series $5, $7.50 and $10 (tax included). Individual tickets are also available. Rabbi Skop To Speak Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the Israelite Center on Tuesday, January 16, at 8 p.m. at the center building, 3198 S.W. 24th Terr., it has been announced by Irving Sperling, president. YOUR INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI RUAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA. Tax Consultant 7101 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-0563 reserv; 1i Shoulson to ik At Forum bi I. Shoulson will be the aeaker at the Friday eve|rum at Congregation Beth His subject will be: [in an Unbelieving World." Di Shoulson, an eighth genPalestinian, is a graduate College of New York, atDropsie College in Philaand the Yeshiva Uniin New York where he rd.iiin-cl. He has served in tbinate for over 16 years rabbi emeritus of" "WestPa. The T 0 P • I *, smooth colt and alligator coif combination wing tip, $20.95 %  e. [GREETINGS FROM Miami inservatory STUDIOS: 3900 Biscayne Bird. Shenandoah: 1122 S.W. 21st AT*. | Gables: 176 Minorca Are Beach: 761 41st St Phone 2-4159 %  .-.-..%  %  %  .... To oil of the wonders that make Miami Beach the sun ond pleasure capital or the notion has now been added the thrilling new Florsheim Shoe Shop, on Lincoln Rood. Here, In the nation's finest shop for men, are Florsheim Shoes, exclusively styled for Miami Beach alone—in materials, colors, lasts, and patterns for life ot its leisurely best. Nowhere else in America can these styles be seen! 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PAGE 4 A + leistnc rkJkir raiDAYjA NUAPv, EDITORIAL .t. Frankfurter Sees it In one :: his rare public appearc .:e. ; eutside :: legal field, Mr. lustice Frankfurter United S:;=^ z dinner in Philadelphia ho: Board -: The Jewish Apocryphal Literc stupendous scholarly project of some volumes to 'zs iss-ez within the next ten at a so*! :: over SlZC ICZ by the I for Hebrew and Cognate liz:z-z. :.-.noted : -zz:s: paid trih ute to the assembled scholar = saying that the res: z: us z:e fickxries z: the Irrrrs :: scholars The made a most -:e:es:.r.r point when he said thai today when the very existence ;: society is zz.z.z challenged .: s particularly impcrtant to cele brate thai .-rclcularie thing a work z: scholarship that has no money value and which some would look upon =s useless .ur.e aid r ;;..-. Justice Frankfurter expre .-.-= humility in the ;:e;er.:e :: scholars and scholarship. z~ happy :: pay tribute work :: scholarship and homage :? the mini cithespiril he said. And agair b :;::; feeling :: the significance oi developing icon Jewish scholarly tradition when he scad It is amazing how we ail ze: the benefit :: = .-..r sort :: through z r:::e;; ;: osmosi which knowiedge seeps through to all :: may not realize .: :u: some ol the benefits real scholarship gets to us laymen .: is not often that such s p eeches are heard at banquets. ..-.:= was not o ghost written paper read by a :elebrrry in behalf z: z cause; it was z s_„p.= unaffected plea against the over-emphasis of ...z::.z. things voiced ry a great man who was speaking from his heart not from a paper -:::= Rabbi Honig to Speak At Center Institute A : Jewjj : -'%  : %  %  .••:" %  %  — %  him. It behooves American Jewish leadership to listen the wilderness; :o stren en those American Jewish as dedicated o schola rly pursuits an rirual way of life. For I Air Rabbi Irving Lehrman whose present.i felt as a moving force of prccress in J? munity since his arrival here' is ho i week by his synagogue. cr *:| The tribute recognized his "loyal dev*J invaluable service to the Miami Bea-h Center." !" The congregation stated in a resolu&J they were desirous of giving expreisk "tangible form to the special esteem and! which he is held." Its apprecic.on cf hi nil devotion and service to the interests community and to Jewry was shew ov him as the Rabbi of the congregation remainder of his life. No finer tribute could be paid a Rabbi b congregation than that paid Rabbi Lehrnwn. Our congratulations to Rabbi Lehnaan tribute well deserved—and best wishes fcrai tinued fruitful life in our community. Tho trad em if Sunday night the Hebrew Academy will J its third anniversary. Outstanding 'lead*! every phase of life will be present to J another year of progress and achievemal the institution whose future is destined to i its mark in the education annual of the munity. The Jewish Day School is making its jj aj one of the most effective programs id rough Jewish education in this locale as on all other places where they have beei -;shed. The fine record achieved by the Hebrew] demy in imparting a well-rounded, liberal si tion to its pupils and its rapid acceptasaU recognition by members of its community] testimony indeed to the efforts of the loyds] porters and benefactors of the school as wdj the vision of the founders. Mrs. Kaplan To Honor Mrs. Gamoran Saturday -" %  % %  %  %  • —-. i. To Present Varieiy~Show Mental Health Film Shown To Center PTA -' %  L • ---,C Detroit Juniors Forming Schachter's Programs Aired By 2 Stations V director of 1 %  Flamingo ( nun Seats Leaders M Eng! was • -. • ronation cere%  patron: M % %  .. f: ; -. •'• J HIAS Banquet Planned the HIAS ittee will iy, January 28. at I mary. • %  the cost and all proceeds chairman be made by %  le] or the Myron Zeientz Namedl Surfside Town COUB Myron S. Zeitn;. Tuesday night by the Town Council to take the on the governing body for held by Col R W RieftoUl fore his death on DecerrotrB Mr. Zeientz. the manafB'l Bache and Companj .; an actl Boy Scout leader AJC Unit To Meet : .-rnbere of 1441 S.W. 6th • is, at 11 lead N ning for %  Person Sought ; %  WTEC • hair, : :. '• 1U St., Chaplain Unveiling Dvdication '. ] the memorv of -''fl Chaplain will b< SJSB at 1:30 pm at M" %  rr.esSJ with Rabbi N! ::'aij mg. Mr. Chapla.: •.:(* %  1036 Michij. .• -~-rrm Chaplain, and r ^B David and Raym nd He %  member of B Elks and was a : %  "• %  -"* 1 25 year? An charge of Thu %  ny. Prieci %  I -'easl | are asked to b. H I Obiiuarios — *S A CHILD HE 5LEPT WITH H/3 r -B BROTHERS 3N BOARDS WITH 3EDDING PILED 3N TOR IN A SMALL ROOM WHICH ALSO SERVED AS A CIGAR -MA


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r. IANUARY 12. 1951 vJewlst nwkUan PAGE 5 A Gables Young Adults'Beaux Arts Ball To Be Held At Elect Nordenberg Beach Auditorium January 20 Reuben Nordonberg was elected Every effort is being expended | Anton Loeb of Paramount president of the Young Aoult to make the Miami Beach Y's i Studios; William Oberman, exGroup of the Coral Gables Jewannual Beaux Arts Ball "the big| hibitor at the Miami Beach Art ish Center at a recent meeting of R est most lavish, most colorful : Galleries; Mrs. Reyna Youngerthe organization pectacle ever produced in Miami man. outstanding portrait painter; Also named to office were Joe l B e ? ch ^ J ? c K. : L ^ m PS i ; t ^ a.n;> a n, Jack Mallah, vice president; Gertrude %  tev $ Chait, treasurer: Abby Silverstein, secretary; Sydell Bass, recording secretary; and Herb Lowe, parliamentarian. Royal Beauty Supply Sponsors Color Contest announced this week. The affair will be held at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium on Saturday, January 20. at 8:30 p.m. Taking its cue from the Topic 1 Board Members Named Members of the board of directors of the Beth Tfilah Sisterhood were elected at a recent meeting of the organization, according to Mrs. M. Katz, president. Thev include the M.v.dames ar.d Zena Posever, Jewish Centers R ose Bernstein. Bessie Benjamin, Association Art Consultant, are Sarah Bass, Rose Carr. Jennie creating murals to adorn the Qoldfine, Goldie Edlowitz. Freda walls of the auditorium. Feldman, Anna Gurfein, B rtha In addition, various art classes Helfman. Mary Gootman, Pauline of the Times, the "costume* ball | Ih, ""8hout Greater Miami will GoldW G iu' Pale g* etta fasK. January 3. costume parade. Prizes will be i Cultural rrogram Dlatea Albert Hirsch, president of the I offered for the most beautiful, I A cultural program on "The fJt\„ nr \.\ Unit Meetina company which distributes Miss j most original, most authentic and j Life and Music of Nachim Bialik" | ***"-* _L__*_, j c Clairol in this area, announces the funniest costume. The newly organized Beth Among prizes to be awarded ( Beach | Tfilah Mizrachi unit wiU ^meet berg of the Jewish Centers Asfirst place in the competition. are a weekend at the Sorrento Rabinowiti. past wc I Jack Jaro was winner of the rorsecond prize, while Tommye "faster of Hibiscus Lodge. Lemmon was third place winner. was honored at a past j Judges were Donna Dane, Mift dinner on Sunday, Janu-1 March, Barry Kaye, Ethel Davis at Copa City. He was, anc j Mrs. Hal Kopplin. ed with a past master's ind apron. Hotel Cabana Club with dinner for two. a week at the Town and Beach Club, a weekend at the Royal Palm Hotel, a weekend at the Raleigh Hotel. was presented by Cantor J. Y. Goldring of the Miami Beach, Jewish Center and Robert Strass, Saturday, January 13. at 8 30 p.m. Kr f ,h .wih renters As! m the social hall of the synasociation at the general meeting gogue. of the Masada-Miami Beach I Also scheduled to meet at the Young Zionist Group on Thurs| synagogue Saturday at 8:30 p.m. day, January 11, at 9 p.m. at the is the Beth Tfilah Chevra M:shSuch well-known artists as Miami Beach Jewish Center. I nayos. m *xs? Bessie Jacobson was |y elected to her fourth term asurer of the Sisterhood of egation Beth Tfilah. One j founders of the sisterhood, facobson is the widow of ths Rev. Shaye Jacobson. who as president of the Conxion during the construction synagogue. Mrs. Jacobson o; the most active particiin the activities of the Egation. Mm rry B. Smith. Miami Beach ley, was recently elected aal vice grand chancelor of Seta Epsilon, honorary legal pity. He was also appointed e Southern regional board Upha Epsilon Pi social ^nity. The young lawyer as president of both these rniiies while at the TJniversiMiami. \h'\ Morgenstern Speak Here bbi H. Morgenstern of New J will speak on "With Our kg and With Our Old" at the IFriday evening services of liami Hebrew School and egation on January 12 at Lm haiwClm CREAM CHEESE BARS TRY THE OTHER TASTE TREATS IN THE FAMOUS BREAKSTONE FAMILY CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WHIPPED BUTTER At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets JM iami Of fir* 153 N.E. gitthSt. Fh-e •^"4781



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PAGE 6 A fJtnUt fhriditr FRIDAY, JA NUARv (( Strictly Neighbors Charlotte Frank Become! Nn. Wolf By HELEN ALPERT %  unt th ib I'n ^ -•-'• % %  v %  ... know so well. Mrs. Thomas ] Ni igh %  An I if you stretch I OU? B. '.' en perl numb i : HOTEL HOI Ycrker. i hose manufacturer. They're fn P G %  %  %  Si Excel i L. Levin, tion lured national n i):. L. •. seryatioi ember? A i L vin I • %  • enough 1 %  %  %  f the Doc. H Bud % % %  of PI rida. Ar I— too. is wait ng—; r .'.' i its Ni >.:... REPORT! KG: %  |te gal with a I, %  .pie is Sel wearing all-' ..-pleated I | v. %  .. g .'; \ %  fr,.m Cle< V-.: T : Evvl^r'n ^'V' me forth, left off %  •' .• • t Uncle Sam's 1 th thanks : COnutw, contemp ,•;" and at Sup, almosta Blackstone SorAS-auTf ^ lh ZeS ,V u] E,aine and then truck, fhl;d s '" I I window you' 1 see the SWoroha a 2C-; discount to ^rvicernen and %  • ** VOL%  %  o xDr.nm. PEOPLE. .. Janet Sarah () Uar Betrothed ToSoi The pnga" ( .|i>.nt (1 f u Sarah Quart in Chart!!?? Spring Ark, by her paren ,. \\ r Irving Quartin, IKQO %  Terr. Mr. restin .„ the armed | in Fort Sill. Okla i> the Univ., %  !" he was pn Sigma Alpha Mu ^ The brl li the Univ.-, • rlty and in merchant!. School she NationaJ Hon No date hi weddi Mr %  M Miami an%  %  %  A %  ..'•' The couple e> %  ghl Di • • •• • Frci S I '• II H : • I 1 : %  English Marilyn Honig' BrideOfMr.Sussid i Rabbi Murn the double : which united h U. i ilyn !! ,i ] Sussin on Sun lav. D at Congregati .n I Th" bride is %  j ; Mr. and MiI S.W. 16th St 'i parents are Mr Sussin of Kingstoi N Y Miss Phyllis H i honor for he Hnnig. the I cousin, bridesmaid. Alan J Hon;| best man. and Mrs. Jot Mondres was sol The couple will reside mDavs port, Iowa. The bride wast uated from Miami High Schi .The bridegroom attended Cm | University and served thrwi irtlcipated in o ne na y ear s In the CoastGu production. Brooklyn Girl To~ 1 v .rk at Co' ur ] T c ci ,--,-. Wed Leon Sirkin I u %  ;. ': %  She was elect| Students Bl ^ kl — 57* !" ties and i betrothal of their (laughter. ary drama to Leon Sirkin son of M %  ..ppeared. Mrs. Harry Sirkin of Th atre in Beach. withWQAM'i The bride-elect is a graduate perated her James Madison High School UniveniBrooklyn and is n w atte Brooklyn Collet • residing at la Shlafrock ""thai Told in COULTON 2ROS. GARAGE %  Shalfrocli • ''•' rten n of n of New I by her I *k, at junior at la, where the F rama group. Cavalettes. m Miami B s %  • w Y .rk, I the : SI '.im of Miami. He u his father in real estate df ment. The wedding will take plawfl June. Fancy Catering Weddings. Parties & BanqudJ PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York | Call 5-1682 GUEST HOUSE S2S.000 Very Clean — Terms Lee & Williarr.s Co. 5-6427 AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART T n^Z^^ NEW YORK OR VICINITY r to LONG DISTANCE r^T~^r~~ WITHERS VAN LINES H 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. ^ "-llNtO ^l^Ll^l^^NITURE M P 0 V E 2 R 6 S 7 LARGE PL: iS feats, optional. P Kosher ••" p KONE 43 7| % Houi Telephone: 3-1141 !•' iimuies brings you ROOM FOR RENT I" a Working Girl Age 25 to 30 Years Reasonable. p„. 5 0l03 --d L Ki GR AD. 28 conservative or otfv. 8 "'<* ground. orthodox backB X %  S>6 • 15th St Ml "rni Beach gay • washable sun-shoes 51 U.S. KEDETTES ^e smartest shoes under the resort sun new. colorful • Kede.te styles. See our entire collection, todayGir,s I 2,J 3 4 3 50 to 6.51 W men S si ** 4 9 3 g 5 t „ 6.5 '"et and Childr.n', h ..,, Fourth Flo" Laudrda| ( and Watt Palm B' h



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LY. JANUARY 12. 1951 +Jewlsfi ncrtdian PAGE 7 A Personally Speaking Sol. Jacob Arvey, who stepped down from leadership of County (Chicago) Democrats after last November's elec-' |has purchased a home on Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach.! Irvey, who is expected to be appointed Illinois representa>n the Democratic National Committee, bought the property /inter hcme several weeks ago. He and his wife are guests Saxony Hotel until they are able to move into the new j [r. and Mrs. Murry Friedberg, 1240 S.W. 19th St., announce sixth of a son, Robert Martin, on November 28. |Guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Roy F. Mack for a New Vs eve celebration and an Orange Bowl television party pew Year's day were Dr. and Mrs. Peretz Scheinberg, Dr. and George Graham, Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Rich, Dr. and Mrs. Zuckerman and Dr. and Mrs. George Balber. The Macks played hosts during the holiday season to Dr. Mack's ler, Cpl. Marvin I. Mack, who was here on furlough from eland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, where he is chief. IHenry J. Eiser, of the sales department oi the B. Manischewitz jpany, is visiting in Miami Beach at the Tides Hotel. While he has been a guest of L. Levinson, local distributor for the | &f Mr. and Sol Goldstein, 511 N.W. 20th Ave., were feted at a ner on Sunday, January 7, in celebration of their thirty-fifth Iding anniversary. Hosts were their daughters, Blanche Istein and Miriam Barcn, and their-son-in-law, Robert Baron, and Mrs. Goldstein are formerly of Newark, N. J. %  Vacationing at the National Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr. Mrs. Joe Speiser of New York. During their stay, the New Jkers are being entertained by their longtime friends, Mr. Mrs. Herman Gordon of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schliff and son, Bob, of New York are bnding the winter in Miami Beach. Mrs. Schliff is the niece le Herman Gordons of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reinhard and daughter, Phyllis Sue, of sklyn, N. Y., are spending the winter with Mr. Reinhard's jnts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard, 1141 S.W. 10th St. Rabbi Mrs. Benjamin Morgenstern, also of Brooklyn, are the weekguests of the Reinhards. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gilson, 2155 N.W. 6th St., announce birth of a som Mark Lawrence, on January 8 at Doctors' spital. The bris will take place on Monday, January 15, at i.m. at the Gilson home. Mr. and Mrs. S. Gittleson will serve le baby's godparents and Louis Epstein will serve as sandek. >bi S. M. Machtei will officiate. The Gilsons are also parents six-year-old daughter, Daryl Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Apte and son, Bobby, and Stuart Apte kently left by motor for Mexico City after spending the holiday ison with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte of this city. /in and Stuart are attending Mexico City College there. Nat Zalka.s F€Ud At Dinner On 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Nat A surprise dinnpr party in honor of the twenty-f .fth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka was given Sunday eVening, January 7, by Mr. Zalka's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, 2201 South Miami Ave. One hundred guests attended the affair. The Zalkas, who have resided Zalka, flanked by daughters Sheila in this aica Tor tie past 25 years, are originally from New York. Mr. Zalka is a past president of Congregation Beth David and a former officer of the Greater Miami Cemetery Association. He is president of Certified Poultry and Egg Company. Mr. and Mrs. Zalka are the parents of two daughters, Mildred and Sheila. and Mildred -Ardmoie Here for the event were Miss Mildred Zalka. dietician in Brooklyn Jewish Hospital, and Mrs. Zalka's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen, also of Brooklyn. Highlight of the affair was the re-enactment of the couple's wedding ceremony. Rabbi Max Shapiro read the service. A mock marriage followed. llkin Attends Meet iert J. Balkin, director of Florida Regional Office of the i-Dofamation League of B'nai nil. is in Tampa this weekend I'.U-nd the state convention of CIO. He will supervise the ti ibution of ADL material for lding better human relations. |May We Suggest c4l Liner lis Violin and Orchestra for All Your Social Functions fddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties PHONE 83-7581 Emma Lazarus Unit Gives Bookcovers To Citrus Grove School As a phase of its Anti-Defamation League program, Emma Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith, Business and Professional Women, presented 2000 bookcovers depicting the heroic sacrifice of the Four Chaplains aboard the USS Dorchester during World War II. to Citrus Grove Elementary School on Wednesday. Mrs. Morris Zipper, AntiDcfamatiun League chairman, was in charge of arrangements for the program, in cooperation with Gilbert J. Balkin. director, Florida Regional Office, AntiDefamation League. Produced by the Institute for American Democracy, the Four Chaplains bookcovera emphasize the unity of all Americans and an 'in educational aid in the teaching "f <>od citizenship and group understanding. Levines Honored Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach honored Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine. formerly of Chicago and now residing in Miami Beach, on the occasion of their wedding anniversary at a party at the home of Mrs. Manya Shubow. At the affair the Levines pledged a substantial sum towards a proposed Miami Beach Labor Zionist Building. Ideal Diet: Basic to Living Longer and Looking Younger Holland Honey Cake Fruited or Plain Holsleins Honored In honor of their fortieth wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. David Holstein, of 4531 Prairie Ave., were surprised by a dinner party last Thursday at the Ronej Plaza Imperial Room, by 60 oi their friends. After dinner cards were played. Mr. and Mrs. Holstein spend their summers at their northern home in Syracuse, N. Y. The surprise party was organized by Mrs. David Levy and Mrs. Arthur Lindau. WIDOW OWNS RESTAURANT Would like to meet gentleman 55 to 65. Restaurant experience, capable of operating same. Give phone number. Write details to Box 3224. Miami 20. S. W. SECTION Beautiful Corner Bedroom Suitable for two, with Kosher Meals. Very Reasonable. Phone 82-5972 To Present Jewish Players Bialik and Ben Gurion Branches of the Jewish National Workers Alliance will sponsor a perform' ance by a touring company of I Jewish players on Sunday eveinir.g. 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PAGE 8 A *jMistJkriJ&£L FRIDAY, JANUARY CENTER FORUM SERIES I T PA Sumner WELLES IWED., JAN. 24th, 8:15 P.M. \"'nilvil Stnivs in World .Utah's" m* Sumner WelleJ Former Under Secretary of Slate Vv David E. LILIENTHAL WED.. MARCH 14th "The Atom in J in Ashe Maurice SAMUEL SUN., FEB. 18th 'World Jewry Transition" %  )r. ISoweii.-iii President, University of Miami 7 wa ?ted to ( •.. %  ... nui ****** Griffith Chief Editorial Writer, Miami Herald %  till Baggs ... Miami Daily News Columnist .Maurice Samuel I>lstLnguihed Author and Interpreter Jbavia' C. Jjlientkal *—— or War Former Atomic Energy Commission Chairman uam <| Id Columnis, cultural world." 5 00 /ou .. 1Q00 MIAMI %  *" C -B 0F THE l ; r€d Miochel Publisher, The Jewish Floridian Center Forum series— with its rir.ir of speakers— promtoes to 0* one 0/ • it c-iiltiiral events 0/ the UJ ter %  0011 4 >1, Ask ill Gen. Mgr., Florida Sun 1 %  • %  T'lrriuriitty service l>y bring era to Miami Beach Tht tabling our reetdettts and r 1 • familiar toith the myriad %  rn-day complex /". .llHk |||| Town Crier, Miami Herald • (he right tyne of speakers to the I Jewish Center this winter ... S %  Liiienthal, Maurice Sav. ire men of nidi stature that • I hem them. Alan < ourtnr-v WGBS Commentator rnu Seriea ;s a jine public service." Includes Same Reserved Seats "for Sumner Welles Maurice Samuel Ja "-. 2 1 th "Feb. 18th David E. Liiienthal William L. Shirer March 14th April 1st 1 J Tall .1-2%o:l at visit the Oenti i office and select yotll "JEWISH CENTER Washington a|



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bAY, JANUARY 12. 1951 knitl Fkvridlicnn PAGE 9 A % rkmen's Circle Offer Concerts tn-kmen's Circle, Branches 692 699 and their Women's Clubs [present two evenings of Jewlumor, drama and music with famous artists of the Yiddish | Dvora Rosenblum and I lum Melnick, and Pola' (son at the piano, on SaturJanuary 13, at 25 WashingfAvo., Miami Beach, on SunJ.inuary 14 at 1545 S.W. 3rd Joth concerts will begin at lose concerts are annual funcof the Workmen's Circle for [purpose of bringing Yiddish [folk songs and music to this mnity. wra Rosenblum is a graduate ballet academy as well as of himatic school at Vilna. achum Melnick received his jma at a dramatic academy at saw, and later played with | first "miniature theatre" in id—"Azazel." Afterwards, he bed the world famous "Vilna ape"' with Dvora Rosenblum. 1936, Melnick-Rosenblum hcipd a theatre of their own— (eatre with two players. This ingly original theatre was fed on clarity of form, wellIs.in d gestures, severely disKned movements and on vats nuances of rhythm and |po. Drama, speech, song, co. music and costumes were Iblended into one unit. ley won the enthusiastic actn of the foremost dramatic les in London, Paris, Brussels, fwcrp. Brazil, Uraguay, Artina and Bolivia. 1946 they were invited to |t North America. They perncd in New York and through\ihc United States and Canada the greatest success. They enthusiastically hailed by press wherever they went. Center Unit To Hear Rabbi Silver man Rabbi Hillel E. Silverman will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood on Monday, January 15, at 1:30 p.m. in the center social hall, it was announced by Mrs. Ira C. Walscy, president. Rabbi Silverman was graduated from the Seminary Rabbinical School in 1949 and is on the administrative staff of the seminary as field director of the Leaders' Training Fellowship. The rabbi is also a graduate of Yale University, where he was a member of the varsity debate team. He served as director of the Hebrew-speaking Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, and last year, he returned from a 12-month visit to Israel. The meeting will be held in honor of the Torah fund of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America. The speaker will be introduced by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, honorary president of the South East Branch of the National Women's League. The program will also include the presentation of a humorous skit, entitled "Molly, the Program Lady" with Mrs. Al Osheroff tak350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 itrance on Washington Ave ocuLisrs | PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Ml. .Sinai Auxiliary To Attend Panel Discussions on the Exceptional Child Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital will hear the first program to be sponsored this year by the auxiliary's education committee on Friday, January 19, at 1 p.m. in the large committee room of the Miami Beach Audi torium. "The Exceptional Child" will be the topic of a group of Past State Commander to Address Gables JWV Post Hy Morris, past commander of the Florida Department of the Jewish War Veterans, and Mrs. Rose Horn, president of the Norman Bruce Brown Ladies Auxiliary, will be guest speakers at the meeting of the Coral Gables Post of the JWV on Tuesday, January 1*. at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Delegates to the Dade council convention to be held here January 21 are Melvin Morris, Murray Solomon and Manny Lubel. Reservations tare now being taken for the University of Miami production of "Hamlet," to be presented at the new Ring Theatre on May 15. Rabbi Hillel Silverman ing the leading role assisted by the sisterhood chorus. Participating in the chorus are Mesdames Max Fine, Theodore Hankoff, Julius Seligman and Gertrude Wolff. Musical accompaniment will be furnished by Mrs. Ben Yomen. -\ —-*c Dance Proceeds To Go To Polio Unit .Mrs. Weinstein To Review European Novel Friday Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss C. Virgil Gheorghiu's "The Twenty-fifth Hour" at the Friday Review, a cultural project of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, on Friday. January 12, at Temple Beth Sholom. according to Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman. Hailed as one of Europe's greatest post-war novels, the book is traslated from the Romanian and deals with a world dehumanized by social machines. Coral Gables Women's Chapter and Lodge, B'nai B'rith will sponI Bor their second annual benefit j dance and "Rustic Fun-Nite" on Sunday, January 28, at Electri-' cians' Hall, 1659 N.W. 17th Ave. According to Mrs. A. Frank Wellins, chapter president, and Chairman Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, all proceeds of the affair will be turned over to the local offices of the National Polio Foundation. The B'nai B'rith groups plan a full evening of barn and ballroom dancing, audience-participation games and contests and awards 'for the best hill-billy costumes. 1 The event has been arranged by the community service committees of the Coral Gables units. Tickets may be secured from members. panel discussions by guest experls in social welfare and education. According to Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, education committee chairman, facilities available and improvements needed for the care of the physically exeeptional, the socially exceptional, and the mentally exceptional child will be discussed. Miss Nina McAdam, supervisor of the guidance program for the Dade County public school system, will be moderator of one group of panels and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, education committee co-chairman will be moderator of the other. Guest speakers include Dr. Arthur Weiland, director of services for the Florida State Crippled Children's, Commission; Mrs. Laura Suiter, supervisor of the Department of Exceptional Children of the Dade County Public' Schools, Mrs. Ezelle Kerrigan, exI ecutive director of the Dade | County Society for Crippled ChilI dren; Dr. Herbert Eichert, chief • of staff of the Children's Cardiac Home; Dr. Benjamin Sheppard, director of polio service for the Variety Children's Hospital; Dr. L. Craig Long, director. of the Dade County Child Guidance Clinic; Mrs. Louise Pope, director of social service for Jackson Memorial Hospital: Dr. Margaret Robins, clinical psychologist at the University, of Miami; Mrs. Ellen Whitiside, chairman of the Florida Children's Commission; and Mrs. Stanley Myers, chairman of the District Welfare Board. Workshop Will Present Story Of Sen. Norris "The Story of Sen. George W. Norris," will be presented by Radio Workshop for Democracy on Sunday, January 14, at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE. Appearing in this week's dramatic program will be Bob Brenner, Vic Knobloch, Sara Seiderman, Sonny Stillerrrun. Lowell Thing, J. P. Fox, Lennie Aronoff and Mrs. Gertrude Marv. ON THE OCEAN (jhx.nchandc/taluitv 1334 18th St. Around the Corner From Copa City Dinner Sous Let Etoiles Phone 5-9169 GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO. 101 N. W. 8th St., Miami LOWEST PRICES ON POULTRY! Shochet on Premises Wednesday & Thursday 8 A. 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PAGE 10 A +JeUtnr* Tn THEODORE li Lo ill LI. IK Btt*n %  i %  • %  %  *•• W fork • v roi: IRK HI-. for Annu A Al.I'. A pledge of wholehearted support, signed by the 800 persons who attended Sundays 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal mobilization ral'y at Wertview Country Club, was presented to the new campaign chairman. Samuel Fricdland. by Mis. Irving Lehrman at the luncheon session. Goal for the drive, as announced by Gecrae Chenkof. chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's budget committee, will be in Ike neighborhood of SI.450,000. Sabbath Services, Radio Programs, Concerts To Headline Music Month \DER FICTITIOUS E LAW : GIVEN that %  ime HI Haven .it 8 I. inw Ml i In Dftdl N TKAUOL.D 'BOLD IX %  ,, i' %  Hiding, M, %  Head. Women To Hear Kalkin Gilbert J Balkin, director. Florida Regional Office. Anti-Defamation League, will address a meeting of Miami Beach Chapter of B'nsi B'rith '.'.' men. to be held on Tuesday, January 16, at 1:30 p.m. at tl Hotel Subject of talk will be "Human Relations in the National E gl :. j "The Kosher Gremlin," a the mi eting Mrs. Harold Turk pi Others in the thi Mi -•• teii Sey; .; G-.idberg. %  •' • %  %  Arvan ill as i • ;t -• chapter ':. tedforThu J I. i : ".: .. 5c :• 620 E. 51st SI %  North Shore Groups To Hear Hillel Director '.•'.. %  %  • %  the Noil v' P.m, Bi H erl • The Rabbinical Ass Greater Miami official! claimed Saturday. Janui sh Music Sabbath, at meeting held this week in Ti Israel. The local Rabbinate will I • ish Music Month being sponI locally by the Jew I v Council of Greater Mis a Friday nicht lecture. S sermon or an I Shabbat devoted to s ime | of Jewish music. The Youth Comm ttei • %  %  • of the Bureau of Je h E %  ;. Louis S man, to plan f a 5 • ncert to 1 j bv choruses of the Hi W ; [on to 1 pearanc. will be fl %  • %  %  : I. Israel Dairy %  test aura nt 746 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Featuring the Finest Home Baking Knish.es & Strudel our Specialty Delicious Dairy Dinners from $1.25 C^ L K Y D STRICTLY SHOMER SHABBOS RESTAURANT ON THE BEACH Open Saturday Evening, hom lJ2£J* 12 ^'dnight SATURDAY NIGHTS LIVE RADIO PROGRAM FEATURED AUKI r ian Students To Perform lirre A in 11 v • .,n T 25. at • Muni I 1 Mayoi ',. Turk and W. Keith PI Phens .. :ty. : : • • %  %  %  n Janu %  men ai Ji tv • %  \ ntalists and 'I %  :. .: • %  than W 1" %  .. ni • V I %  NOTICE BV PUBLICATION •i" KIX0RI1 "It I U>E COl'NTT, FI. \\ CORP., .1 I %  .1 ni fi. N.I. KSL.KT, Defei Mi'K %  .! V %  NOTIFIED thai • 1 -if a • you in the in i. %  1 1 I'ompUlnt ••* for Mllh< %  .. li il ol • "f lhin, on 01 before I I • I '",1 '. \TS> IN, PAGE, %  • I %  I it • I % %  %  Ai n illrru in ..f M %  %  nd riio 1 %  I %  • < % %  I III .. .... n united In thi L .,. notice nhiili pic fo In Th. Jawlah i" 'Ni-: AND on (Circuit Court s %  • %  mii l!y \v.\I v. KTOCKUmJ KY1BRB, HE1MAN I tor* for Plali %  (50 S. •>!...M Build • I Miami, Klmi'iii 1 lt-lt-M I I %  ELITE CHOCOLATE and CANDIES • PRODUCTS of ISRAEL Truly Delicious! Now on Sale at Food Fair and Carl's Markets • %  Kuth Yasser Will Wed H. Bookman i.utn Y 03 ser, whose ongagi ^d approaching marr ? a g £ ? r a r vm "" d Alfred Bookman, son h and New Y 0rk f M Furd.y, .hroughout tht meeting. SEE YOU AT 4r^£t*X 1:45 P. HU J0$T TMC 1:4$ P.M. • "• %  IMC i: r.WL IUfd s- ft %  — Dailr Do.M*. rim ..4 .ioMliCU***"" y o~l RMIM. Daily DMkU flllltTM t" 1 "** ----. w>.. UII> run aa ***od tiui Daily Da4 MMUSSIONS (15*-R.-rTad CMC* l 0f* i, n ..L ribhou >"* _t^oNaaUW r*a" A


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iman Open Offices lour B. Liebman, a member New York Bar, has anthe opening of his offices practice of law at 350 Road, Miami Beach. lident of the Beach for alyear, Liebman is married lormer Malvina Weiss. He sen active in communal, and Jewish affairs, both id in New York, and has a %  old son studying at the Gymnasium in Tel Aviv. |he present time, he is actuate chairman of the tunty Community Chest in Beach, is u member of the if directors of the Miami /: nisi District, as well as chairman, a member :.. vi council i 1 |>utheastern Zionist Region t!. %  M iml Bi ich Ji r. He is serving on the Eacul|he c( ntei's Adult Education v. lure lie is giving a I—"Survey of Israel." to moving to Miami Beach, :in served as the director Economic Commission of |0A, was attorney for the Clothing Contractors Asj.m. Inc., and had an exie law practice. Formerly PAGE 11 A Seymour B. Liebman president of the East MidJewish Center of Brooklyn currently an honorary trustee nan has lectured extensively ighout the United States, has n for numerous publications I has visited Israel twice dur[the past two years. ive Kubinoff riav Here Ibinoff, internationally famed Cert artist, and his violin, Dh is insured for $100,000 will far on January 18 in Bayfront auditorium, tickets for the concert, "In ^e With the Times," are availat 1799 S.W. 8th St. aonsbred by the Kiwanis Club Southwest Miami, the concert feature the latest of Rubinviolin interpretations. Pictured is ore of the scenes of Borscht capades showing Mickey Katz. internationally known stage, radio and record artist, and the Tovar Dancers, who are featured in the stage presentation of Hollywood's English and Yiddish all-star variety review. Direct from record breaking engagements in Los Angeles, Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, and other leading cities, they will appear at the Roosevelt Theatre on Miami Beach beginning Wednesday evening. January 24. A number of organizations will sponsor performances during the run. Religious Schools To Mark Tu Bishevat With Athletic Carnivals January 21,28 Tu Bishevat will be celebrated by the Jewish schools of Greater Miami with gala Maccabiah athletic carnivals patterned after the recent Olympics held in Israel last fall. There will be two sessions one in Miami, at Shenandoah Park, 1800 S.W. 21st Ave. on Sunday, January 21; the second, at Flamingo Park, Jefferson Ave. at 11th St., Miami Beach on Sunday, January 28. Both will be held from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sixteen schools are expected to participate. Attendance will be about 2000 children, with some 600 participants. The Maccabiah will be divided into nine age categories in dashes, relays, jumping, softball and playground ball throw and many race novelties. The carnival will be launched with a special kosher Killed I hiekens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. [WHOLESALE & RETAIL tEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. Opera Guild Marks Tenth Birthday The Miami Opera Guild is marking its tenth anniversary with the presentation of Donizetti's "Elixir of Love," which has never been heard here before, and an appearance of Metropolitan tenor, Ferruccio Tagliavini, who has never sung here before. The opera will be presented on Saturday, January 13. and Monday, January 15, at 8:15 p.m. at Miami High School Auditorium. Mr. Tagliavini, who will sing the role of Nemorino, will co-star with Anne Bollinger, young American soprano-actress, also a member of the Metropolitan Opera. Other memDers of the cast will be Francesco Valentino. Angelo Pi lotto and Frances Maddaford. In "Elixir" Tagliavini gets an opportunity to sing one of his favorite arias, "Una Furtiva Lagrima," with which he is reported to have stopped the show in his San Francisco deubt in 1948. Pietro Cimara, who put in 20 years at the Metropolitan, will conduct. Dr. Arturo ,di Fillipi. director ] of the Guild, reports that all seats for the Saturday performance have been sold out. torch relay, symbolizing the bringing of fire from Modein to Jerusalem, with runners in the costume of the Maccabean era. A nt of the participants will follow the torch relay. A song contest and a free treat to those attending will conclude the event. Ribbons will be awarded individual winners and a special trophy —the Menorah which won the Tel Aviv art prize—will awarded the school gaining most points. The trophy is gift of Mrs. Matilda Ratner. 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triel Heater Address Will Highlight irew Aeademy Dinner Sunday %  Ikatter, noted radio entator of the Mutual Casting System, will be the aal speaker at the third an>l the Hebrew Acato be held at Temple Beth h, Sunday evening, January announcement was made irnett Roth, Miami Beach Unan and Aaron Courshon, Beach civic leader, coien of the dinner commitB luncheon meeting of the my board of directors which told Monday afternoon at the G i id. ('.inner, the annual fund raising activity of the academy, is usually attended by the leading Jews of Greater Miami. In addition to prominent city, state and county officials, all rabbis, of I Greater Miami and many noted' educators are also expected to attend. A colorful pageant, featuring 90 pupils of the academy, will be presented, as an additional feature of the dinner. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, director of the institution and a national figure in Hebrew education, will speak, and Dr. David S. Andron. president, will preside. ibdliewilsltUEiliDididliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1951 SEC. B iuarizniaEi To tend Xaflionnl nation Meet us Schwartzrr.an. executive t, r of the Bure.-.u of Jewish it ion. will attend the first Hal conference on Jewish to be held at the Bilt•1, New York City, on pry 13 and 14. Over 1000 from all Jewish comJtii and major organizations expected to attend the conconference. being sponby the American Associafor Jewish Education with Cooperation of 32 major nail Jewish groups, will survey h it 50 years in American p| education and make plans %  wide cooperative action to Vc future progress. sessions on "American Sh Education at the Mid-Cenwill be held on Sunday line, with Dr. Israel Chipkin (e Jewish Education Commit:lelivering a graphic report rent assets and liabilities in Irican Jewish school systems, outstanding educators will ent statements to delegates on aims and scope of the Jewish Following these presentathe delegates will divide I two panels: one, on the "Perllity Development of the Jewid;" the other, on "Cul\\ Expressions of Jewish Life," ing with such aspects of the Rational process as the home, synagogue, the center, Jewish ts and music. Prominent Jeweducators, social workers, thelogists and lay leaders will as consultants at these panel Dns. th David Women Meet January 17 th David Sisterhood will hold lonthly meeting on WednesJ inuary 17. at 10 a.m. at the e Milk Producers, 2451 N.W. Ave. dessert card party will follow short business meeting and a IT service will be provided then who bring their chilli. Rabbi Kronish To Speak At Spinoza Forum Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak %  on "Folk and Faith" at the next meeting of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on Saturday. January 13, at 0 p.m. at 124 11th St., Miami Beach, according to Dr. Abraham Wolfson, chairman. On Tuesday. January 16, Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will give the first in a series of six lectures ,,n "Psychology for Better Living." Beach Shopping Night Monday night will be observed as "Shopping Night on Miami Beach" by merchants during the winter season, according to an announcement by the Beach Chamber of Commerce last weekend. The program is on a trial basis. the Chamber's retail merchants division revealed. Members of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy Women were feted at a luncheon given by Mrs. Louis Miller at the Victor Hotel on Tuesday, January 2. Seated at the table (1. to r.) are the Mesdames Isidore Goldberg. Ida Wessel. Nat Hochman, J. Katz, J. Katz, Samuel Ritter. Alfred Stone, H. Liebman. Frances Rubin, Louis Makovsky. president. Mrs. Miller, hostess. H. Korctsky, H. Genet, Moses Mescheloff, I. Firtel. Sidney Rabinowitz. Lewis t-scott, Kimmel. Fensler. Standing are the Mesdames Benjamin Appol. Glober, Seidenworm. Samuel Grundwerg. David S. Andron. Roesch. F. Kalstein, Samuel Reinhard, Joseph Rackovsky. R. Sitomer. Miller. Shapiro. Lena Dubler. Laiton and Isidore Spolter. Morris B: a. Women's €. i fe I Ink Of 1!>51 Appeal To Hear 38I*K. Brailove January lit )R RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS |(o completely equipped large sher Kitchen for Weddinge, Bar lltzvahi, Card Partiea and Lodge letting*. Plenty of Parking Space. fPHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION Mrs. S. Alexander Brailove, chairman of the national women's division of the United Jewish Appeal, will be "guest professor" at the "sophomore session" of the "College of Community Knowledge" to be held at the Saxony Hotel on hursday. January 18. The College of Community Knowledge is being sponsored I jointly by the Conference of^ewt ish Women's Organizations and the women's gift unit of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal. All Jewish women in the community are invited to attend. As a member of the first delegation of UJA leaders to visit Israel after the United Nations General Assembly had voted for an independent Jewish State, Mrs. Brailove, in February 1948, barely escaped death when Arab snipers ambushed her party which was i traveling from Tiberias to Haifa. As chairman of the national | women's division, she heads the largest voluntary fund-raising group of women in the world. In the past four years since the national women's division was founded, more than $57,000,000 has been contributed by Jewish women through their community organizations to the United Jewish Appeal. This is the largest sum ever given by women to a private philanthropy. She was formerly co-chairman j of the New Jersey Region of the I national women's division and in 1948-1949 executive committee member of the division. One of Elizabeth's most prominent civic and communal leaders, | Mrs. Brailove was a founder of the USO in that city and also its CAPT. 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PAGE 2 B 9-Jmist'fkri^ari FRIDAY, JA NUARY, Beach Zionists Open Membership Drive An intensive campaign for new members for the Miami Beach Zionist Dist I I un ler way this week and is slal tinue for the next two v Van Straaten, dist i. :. announced. Bun nan, and Schat %  • of 1100. David C. G chaii 3 S A B> :i \ E ard H Gl -D nil M and M Good Ti Br I, J B • D I :. Paul Gn Prosl Leon J. ] St :.• Di .Mo Joseph M ::. Dr. Z. I. S Sam I. n I u, S n G Dr, M. J. i Dr. L mis G. Lytton, H Shapiro, I. R. G Bender. Cl H. Leo, S HAL Har lenki. George M. Cohen, Dr. David S. And C. Fishi njan. Gi .%  Levy, Gil Rappaport,, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Rabbi I Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving Lehr| man and Rabb: M ses Mi JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETADLES Air-Condi tioned Talking over niens for the S365 minimum nift tea, to be given by the Women's Gift unit of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal on Tuesday. January 16, ?t 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Max Orovitz. 6000 North Bay Road, Miami Beach, ere Mrs. Jack Ablin and Mrs. Leonard Abess. who with Mrs. Orovitz are co-c-.airmen of Ihc event. Mrs. Kurt Laemmle, wife of the famous motion picture producer and national UJA women's division executive board member, will be guest speaker. Liebman To Speak At Zionist Luncheon Meixanine Floor GLASS The Miami Beach 7. Luncheon Clul Wedty, January 17. :.: : p.m.; at the Lincoln M n Seymour B. Liebmai rectoi of the Bro iklyn Z i Region. spe;ik %  racy." accordii H : Id Shapiro, ti Liebman. a member of thi ind Floridi I ZOA imic Cot 13th Southeastern regional ZOA Hi and | | ... FOR EVERY (J !" T E FT< lrT ~ p LATE and WINDOW GllsS Furniture Top,, JJ.^ ^ ud MwlBg Qur J"^ wfJMr a nd M,rro '^ pk MORRIS ORLJV PHON E 3-4834 LOUIS GERBF.R • '.' B %  Zionist 1 %  •. i .-I • cam'' %  : the %  %  : Educat : : • I .: liter. nil rep irt on Jacob Fisl • will lead communitj • M Broad I %  S. I^ T ^ nKy "ON THE TRAIL" FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD PH NE 4 31 Recommended by DUNCAN HINES Isaacs Bar Mitzvah of I HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday. I0:;10 AM. %  —•— %  Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street nL &f &f &f &f &f t &f VICTOR HOTEL X Air Conditioned &f DINING iUMMI J NOW OPEN X FAMOUS for gfflKILT KOSHER X &f Ocean Drive at 12th St. B % ttnyr^r u j -• : WORBV About Your Made to Order rHTM R e "'al of N,G HTS. SUNDAYS !? 3 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" kvi PHONE 5-5537 -METROSmokiMl Fish Corpj WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA Mew .Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olives Dial 58-530t MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE Only One Performance RICHARD TUCKER Metropolitan Opera Star Miami Beach AUDITORIUM FEB^4th Reaervm Your Tirket* Voir Fo r choiw Seats PHONE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4641 OR MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Tickets 3.69 and 2.46



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^ IY. JANUARY 12, 1951 vJewlsti ttwidUnn PAGE 3 B llvwood Lodge [Sponsor Dance lwvoud Lodge, B'Bal B'rith, fcponsor its fourth annual |r dance on Sunday evening, Try 28, at Jack Valentino's kf MuiC, 3901 S. Federal £ay, vv. Lauderdale, it has announced by President now. i this major fund-rais, ; the lodge contributed [ %  the B'nai B'rith Chilly H me in Jerusalem In 1950 10 in 1949. I r .yd uvenir ui n .1 will E : t tter of Gi \ g many nun • i imi i ihoir i to C .m W iziident of the State oi L] on n 'if that I • | annivei \ lirman of the souvenir jouris Ira H. Liberman. i, %  :n, \ be Becured from A %  < B ihrer, 1317 Van t Hollywood. MATZOH MEAL at its BEST! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOH MEAL Ramies Group Formed .. iult ceramics group has formed by the North Beach of the Jewish Centers Asation. The group meets week£n Tuesday evenings at the urn School. 1000 Bay Drive, nandy Isle, Miami Beach, unIhe direction of Zena Posever, hictor of art and sculpture. Be group consists of Florence Ban, Charlotte Pritzert, Janet Cecile Wcider, Henry Bey, Doris Olesky, Rose Lee pberg, Shirley Hagen, Dr. J. lagen, Etta Jacobson, ElizaFishbein, Joyce Zimmerman, kha Frisch. Audrey Corwin, June Goldstein. Formulating plans for a series of forums to feature nationally known speakers are members of the rewly organized Brotherhood of Kneseth Israel Congregation. Pictuted here are (seated. 1. to r.) Lt. Col. Ebert D. Cox, who will speak on Wednesday, January 17. at 8 p.m. in the synagogue: and Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader of the congregation; (standing, 1. to r.) Samue! C. Goldbero, brotherhood treasurer; Gerald Katz, president; Saul Meringoff, publicity; Edward Horwitz, financial secretary. Lt. Col. Cox, former technical adviser to the Israel Air Force, will speak on "Israel— Key to the Middle East." Before his address the young airman will present the Key to Tel Aviv to Mayor William Wo'farlh of Miami. The key was sent here by Mayor Rokach of Tel Aviv. Lt. Col. Cox recently returned from an extensive tour of the young Jewish state. Kneseth Israel To Install Leaders Henry Morris will be installed as president of Kneseth Israel Congregation at ceremonies on Saturday, January 13, at 8 p.m. | in the synagogue. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual leader, will serve as installing officer, and Cantor Abraham Seif will offer the musical program. Other officers to be recognized at the rites are Wolf Sirot; honorary life president; Edward Matthew and Abraham Werman. honorary presidents; Saul Meringoff. Max Schlanger and Max Align*I Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 Lippman, vice presidents; Wolf Sirot, treasurer; Solomon Steiner. financial secretary; Isaac Sobel, recording secretary; Gerald Katz, parliamentarian. Board of trustees includes Louis Dublin. I. B. Eisenstein, Aaron Farber. Samuel C. Goldberg. Max Goldman, Edward Horwitz, Philip Heller, Isidore Hyman. Harry Kaplan. Harry Kregstein, 'Louis Lazcr, Morris Linkimer, Abraham Mitchell, Morris Sevin and Joel Wortman. Made from fresh, crisp HOROWITZMARGARETEN MATZOH3 —"The Matxoh with the Taste". The modern way to "bread" fish, chop:;, cutlets superior in atuiflngfl and fillings of all kinds. Excellent for knoedlach, pancakes. Not too coarss, not too fine ITS JUST RIGHT! The taste tells you it's good! The name tolls you it's Kosher! Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, WC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Fla. Phono 3-6866 LIN TOM "A rare treat in Chinese Cuisine" Lunch — Dinner — Supper Delicious Orders to Take Out 7321 Collins Ave. PHONE 86-5588 J! Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Jarry Sugarman, son of Mr. and rs. George Sugaiman, 733 Mich^n Ave.. Miami Beach, will bele Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. luary 13, et the Miami Beach fish Center. Rabbi Irving Lheri in will officiate. m 395T i Look For the 2-Story w'/me Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Opan Sundayi Phone 4-3243 Most of MONEY SAFETY 0L YOUR CAN BE TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2725 COLLINS AVE. — M. B. Phone for Reservation—5-665X 5-4907 Aii Condilion.d Irwla aad lo.ls. WaVa* R $ 10 # 000 CAI^ S*wi"? Safely f HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES THROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestic* 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT! Put more of your cash reserves to work earning really worth-while income .. .with complete safety 1 Our membership in the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation provides insured safety up to $10,000 for each saver's funds. Invest $10,000 more if joint accounts are used confident of complete protectioa Investigate TODAY! Current Rate is 2V 2 % NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION N.E.6thAvnuatl25thSt. Sboaord Brood. North Miami Station A



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PAGE 4 B +Jeis£[*>rgm I Jews In Sports B\ HASKELL COHEN .'] Sid Luckman, veteran qua : %  I tool ball team, is final %  "I, 1! vev El C want 1 Ti* : L S %  • E C • • %  ; %  %  • Somel wit's end try'-'' %  if tile %  floor a. klyn College, indicated I harge" guy, tj than has been the custom in I In the American Baski League. Irv R i n is holding a one-basket edge r John Ex, i skj ol W Bane in th< honors. He has 262 points to his credit for a 16.4 average. Jerry Fleischman, formerly of the Philadelphia W now of the Scranl rs Is high with i8o points and is closely by ,1,, -. K Paterson, Hank R Scranton. and Irwin ,a te:s ,n 14, 175 an< Jo point.-, resj Ralph Kap! Nev eported I | B is one of th. £>op with 138 poi Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY 4 CLEANERS 1403 N. W. 7th COURT MIAMI. FLORIDA Phones: 3-0753, 3-0754 G< I HH Chosen Florida Regional Sweetheart of AZA at tre itate conclavo held m Miami recently was Laura Futern ck center representing M.ami Chapter 322. Runners-uo wore K Leo Tarr.pa. left, and Feme Techer. Mi.mi Sigma Rho Leondr d. The Showcase of Good Food T, GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1 MIAMI BEACH -g MNASATIR j.BIRNBAUM Program D.rector Ateoeiat. DlrwtCr V.-.'.VZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR Florida Regiorcl officers of A 7A „.„„ ., state convention helc here recemfy ar'r a J. ,he lwcllth annual ?2 C riIe i „h M c! a ri Si9ma Rh < AUoh G^M^ \ Le" U n y NOW— 3 TIMES WEEKLY Friday & Sunday 12 No on Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO Narrator RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN Commentator IN PERSON! •IAN PEPRCE Sunda.I an 2 1st M iamiBeachAuditorium Tlcke,s N ow on Sale at &*r*2SSS32s&* %  — ,90s 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors oi the Famous KOSHER ZION IMivatvsHcn Products lactuT l0 J Vour health f T vow satisPrnrh dema _, nd "KOSHER ZION" Rabbi lh i Unde J, the ^Pervision of with ,h <' Cm Gedai Kolpat. Made thi 'i* A BMt and freshest meat, under the .tncteat Kashruth supervision. Under U. S Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, inc. 10 S,E 5th St.. Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors oi tbs Flnsst DelicatsMen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION



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^ I, JANUARY 12. 1951 *•JewlstiIkjkHtr PAGE 5 B w^. MIAM BEACH IfctlA .from weather-vane to welcome[ mat. modern as 51. .new furnishings throughout... j new coffee shop and dining room...newly land! scaped tropical gardens... 1 iwimming pool...dancing ... planned entertainment. SPtUUYUnYlSUSONUTU ALfREO STOW Owner Management TflfPHONt-58-2764 i Letters To The Editor M9l£ PEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO shield Washers-Wipers Luto Locks Latches ILES SERVICE JUICK EFFICIENT LOCK & HARDWARE I.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 1DON ROOFING AND %  TT METAL WORKS you. roof repaired now; you •ave on a new roof later |"8atlafaetory Work by Experienced Men" I 414 W. 82nd Avenue (•HONK 4-t FA GOOD NAME more to be xsured than riches." Proverb: ORDON UNERAL HOME-^ SYMBOLIZES EVERY IING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name pORDON has been asciated with service to greater Miami Jewish causes your time of need let help you as we have ne for other gratefu' families '0 S.W. 12th Avenue hone 3 3431 or 9-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director Why Fight It? Editor of The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. Dear Sir: I am an admirer of my friend of long standing, Harry Simonhoff, and read his "I'll Say" column with religious regularity. I enjoy his pungent, highly readable style, his often incisive observations, and the erudition he always injects into his column. Still, I must take issue with much of what he says in a recent reprint of his piece on The Christmas Tree, which you originally published in January of 1949. It may be that his views have undergone a change since writing this article, especially after an extended tour of Europe and Israel devoted to study and observation. My argument here of course is with the Simonhoff of 1949. It so happens that the lady who aroused his ire—and this piece is certainly an emotional outburst I ^hich —was stating a fact rather than expressing a hope. The truth is that for Jews in the United States the Christmas celebration has all but eclipsed the Chanuka festival for the last quarter of a century. This is true of Jews on New York's East Side as it is for Jews in Temple Emanuel on swanky Fifth Avenue. Only in the last few years are our rabbis making a herculean effort to glamorize the ceremonials of Chanuka so as to win favor in the eyes of children and not be submerged by the Christmas tree and Christmas presents. He says that the lady that aroused him so may have once been beautiful but would never qualify for a brain trust. But I have come to the conclusion that non-intellectuals often sense true values instinctively which the "brain trust" boys only come to recognize after a life time of dialectics, and only when they are ready to write their memoirs. Christmas trees are as beautiful as Menorahs. Presents are presents. Friends are friends whether Jewish or not. You can't revel in the Christmas spirit about you and explain to your child that it has nothing to do with us. Not in this glorious country. The temper in which my friend catalogues as bad Jews all of those who may differ with him is not unlike the narrow dogma and creed that excommunicated a Baruch Spinoza. It only exposes the strait-jacket of early prejudices which preempts one from any but subjective opinions. Yes Mr. Simonhoff, let Mr. Gallup check as to the kind of Jews that cannot resist—yes wield—to the Christmas spirit and its pageantry, some of whom even "have Christmas trees for their children and send Christmas cards to other Jews." He will find that they are for the most part proud of their Jewish heritage. They fill the synagogues and temples on Yom Kippur. They speak Yiddish or only the king's English, and some even a smattering of Hebrew. They contribute to the United Jewish Appeal and most of them have only contempt for the Council of Judaism Inc. For instance, listen to what this outstanding Jew has to say. He is Harry L. Lurie, executive director. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. He writes: "It is exceedingly doubtful whether the various religious sects and denominations which exist in this country can remain immune to the general cultural trends. Religious activities are not isolated experiences; they will influence the culture of which they are a part and be influenced by it; WITNESS THE EVOLUTION OF THE CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL AS A GENERAL ACTIVITY WHICH GOES FAR BEYOND ITS RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE." It is generally agreed by scholars that the Christmas tree and the Chanuka menorah both stem from pagan ceremonials. It is no coincidence that both holidays fall in December, when the days are beginning to lengthen— a time for jubilation among pagan peoples. It is characteristic of both Christianity and Judaism that, instead of doing away with intrenched pagan observances, they have retained them and given them new meanings. The Menorah, it has been said, is really the simulation of the branches of the elm. Pagans worshipped trees. God is revealed to Moses in the burning bush. It is the spirit and meaning which is important. Peace on earth, good wilt to men; giving and receiving presents, and Jew and Christian feeling each other's heart beat—wish it would only carry over throughout the year. If Chanuka suffers a little, it is still far better than impressing on our children that there is a wall between them and their non-Jewish friends. They will grow up to be good Jews if they are children of truly good Jews. Yes, my children had Christmas trees when they were little. My dear departed wife, too, when she was a child. It did not make them any worse Jews. Many of our ceremonials and observances termed religious are in reality Jewish folkways. Christmas celebrations, aside from any religious significance, have become an American folkway into Jews are irresistably drawn. The essence of true religion transcends all dogmas and creeds and encompasses all mankind. There is a faint glimmer of this true religion at the Chanuka and Christmas season. Why fight against it? Sincerely JULES PEARLMAN Quick 7?udclf -O jOr of %  pom S/MCK Creamed Herring/ Pertect inspiration for quick meals, appetizer*, between-meai snacks. Delicious ly flavored with onions, vinegar and fine spices, and ready to eai right from the jar Tryi Editor. The Jewish Floridian Dear Mr. Shochet: In the December 1 edition of The Jewish Floridian you managed somehow to include enough of the Christmas spirit to indicate some peculiar trends in Judaism, as The Floridian would have us view it: Al Siegal and his Christmas tree, a Yiddishe Santa Claus from Denver and a Jew who I wears a Catholic medal with his, mezuzah. Now that the Yom Tov is over j you seem to find words too limitj ing for expressing the wonders of the Christmas season in the Jewi ish community, so we are treated I on page 5 A of the December 29 j issue ... to a photograph of the' Holsum Bakery all decorated for the thousands of motorists who pass the bakery on South Dixie Highway. Honestly. Mr. Shochet, I am frightened by your utter lack of respect for the Jewish sensitivities of the families who subscribe to The Floridian. After all, yours | is a publication limited in scope to the needs of the Jewish people! of Miami, and Christmas, a; beautiful expression of Christian j religious festivity, is Christian, | not Jewish. The paper, an organ of the Jewish community, should %  take no part in the festivities of j this Christian holiday, neither in ( its news columns, its editorial comment or its advertisements. This is naturally true of anything which conflicts with any basic Jewish value. Might I say that The Floridian is generally of finer tenor than most of its sister sheets lost in the jungle of meretricious mediocrity which is the Anglo-Jewish press in America. I certainly hope The Floridian will improve as time goes on with features such as "I'll Say," not handwriting analyses, and maintain under your responsible editorship, Mr. Shochet, a positive Jewish influence in our community. (But do realize that even editor's notes cannot take the sting out of maliciousness.) Please accept this note in the friendship it is written My best wishes. DAVID J. JACOBS New York City (The writer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, former resident of Miami now residing in St. Louis, is a student at Jewish Theological Seminary, New York. —The Ed.) Center To Conduct Fifth Film Forum Fifth in a series of film forums at the Miami Jewish Community Center will take place Tuesday evening, January 16. on the topic, "Sports Around the World." Guest speaker will be Morris McLemore, sports editor and radio columnist, and a sports film will be shown. Chairmen for the evening will be Abe Cutler and Frank C. Rose, co-chairmen of the center's athletic committee. ((Ill IIUIII un j". ^"^S W^^^ ry it today! ^^ M HERRING TIDBITS j n CREAM sauce LOOK FOR THE JAR WITH THE YELLOW CAP AT YOUR FAVORITE GROCERY OR SUPERMARKET DAIRY COUNTER Dist. iDutea txciuiively by Braktone Bros., In c., 153 N.E. 29th St., Ph. 82-4731 .^11111 Leonard A. 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i \ rjmlst>ncrtfto£ FRIDAY, JANUARY 12 CoLnirt Foresees Vehement Ani-Ser^c^pJ ffWBf E % % % %  •_!L_.l^ gg^a^. f !^zL.! Bv NATHAN 7irRIN \ v ti-Semil cami in I in url ers is 1 he : and world ; %  ::' : %  I planl • %  i il thai %  Jewish L'pschi W S Eor tl n to Ii -bund i sti tiai Peg :. tO I zenith puden Peglei es thi "in%  %  t invention, khh'tis llrrii!nr William R Brenner %  :that tli< "-'rLilOV lV£ GOTTEN SSTNT6 AN AWFUL ME3S.' WHERE ON EARTH ARE WE? i r. jT^-i •-,m I'M PRETT/ SURE WE'RE „ 'THE OLD FORTRESS OF' N MAS ADA. THIS WAS TH6 LAST STRONGHOLD OF ANCIENT ISRAEL TO HOLD OUT AGAINST THE ROMAK, INVASION 2000 YEARS, %  ^ i" BM-\' ^**m '. %,-; z&\ m < yjffik %  %  %  • Insl.i.K Officers Raymond K Fus Lodge N i 275 in public ceremoi James L. Mixson, jun warden of Fl r\3GUST BROS fty/ I t/>.. new BEST BCCAUSt: Made Locally m*H DAIITI IT 1$ OIIICATUY IAN0TI kl^MAf Hoyor-tolt< INUW lor your proltctiw To arm rhe FIRST TO OPfN I" | At food Storoi or Horn* Otlir< Phone 5-5537 %  : %  %  ws why. His smearing pvn installing officer %  ously %  nergy and time as of hismonej %  ^c'^/^'-. ,.. Clre-ch^,: JACK BARTH s \\ in the offices of thi It would be a n of the Jewish ''•'' %  If he will be impering LI.S none in his nurusm %  • deV the blind and th ly stupid. PYliN&Yr'AfiX; Viir Al I'W Srfint _^;^_ The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish FederatwB WARNS THE PUBLIC lo tu/ only in stores where the sign of the G.M.V.H. 1 Q i %  displayed _, AND ANNOUNCES mat signs such as "traditional dinners," "kosher style. „ definitely do not assure kashruth Tor Further Information Concerning Kashruth on ,< ur Direct0 'Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky BIB Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3535 Harry Sirkin. Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel. Treas. HEALTH RESORT lUW-t, HOTEL-iANiTiRiUM 2^*ftJr* fOSRtJT CCNVMHethct i" — *"D CNKMIK IAIU JCTTI MsTw'So^ouaT DREAM HAVEN LODGE 168i Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach Te.ephone 5-1333 Ths Only Hotel That Gives Specialized Care to Personal dots and Light Nursing Attention 9 %  "*"•• between Wishing and Having is an INSURED DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT. Open Yours Today! iftlflfe tc W A J; C K rr Ii d IV rj P F tc For superlative cuisine in an atmosphere of quiet elegance t DAVID ROSNER Invttes you to dine once again a. his luxurious On the Ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach Of Course Dietary Law, Strictly Observed Dinner 6:30 to 830 P \T KV. B.JO P.M. For reservations Phone 58-1451 MAIN 0FF5CE 45 0RTH "ST FIRST AVENUE J0M1M UPTON, f„.,,,., Reso Urces E eed S29.500.C AUAP*nW BM"C 15S4 HWmiWCST Mtfc STW' Exc^d S2.000



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JANUARY 12, 1951 Jewisli Fhrldlinr PAGE 7B [echler Named defense Head imen's Council fclliam Hcchler has been chairman of the civil [c rnmittee of the B'nai %  omen's Council, it hasj jounced by Mrs. Nathan I president. le "f the defense commit| be to coordinate the registration and cducalograms with those of the frith Council of South lommittee, under Mrs. aims to enroll all memj Jen separate B'nai B'rith units into gome branch /il defense service. timately 800 are expected \T within the next three i Hechler stated. iH'rith Lodges btiate Jan. 14 B'rith Lodges of Ft. lair and Hollywood will j initiation meeting at V od Jewish Center on i. y c vening, January 17, announced by Judge ver, president of the 1 B'nai B'rith Coun1 team composed of %  Ige past presidents and Iw.ll officiate at the colori nies, according to [president, Sidney Aronoy&Wi UandwAiiUiq, PERSONAL SERVICE through handwriting analysis, by David Meyer. There is nothing more revealing of your character, personality and vocational traits and aptitudes than your handwriting. Have David Meyer, trained and experienced handwriting psychologist, give you a psychological check-up. Send at least 12 lines written with pen and ink—no ball point—in self-addressed, stamped envelope with 50 cents—no stamps —to David Meyer, The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. The following specimen was submitted by the internationally famous exponent of modern, Hatian, West Indies and African dances. Miss Pearl E. Primus. I interviewed Miss Primus for this paper after her conceit last Sunday in New York. I was eager to see whether Miss Primus' writing corresponded to the vibrancy, warmth, remarkable beat and rhythm of her dancing. Miss Primus consented to write a few lines for me right after her concert. And I was very happy to find the correspondence was there. Alien Registration Starts At HIAS


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[JANUARY 12, 1951 • 'Jewlsti IksiJitr PAGE 9 B 1951 Program Calls for Medical, r elfare 9 Emigration Aid for 400,000 .JBk.... Highlighting the 36th annual meeting of the Joint Distribution Committee, held in New York City January 6. was the adoption of the agency's 1951 program, calling for aid to more than 400,000 Jews in Europe, Moslem areas and Israel. JDC's budget of S22.350.000 for the coming year provides: 1) continued medical. reHef and child-care aid, including expanded feeding and educational programs for North African Jewish youngsters (above, left); 2) increased responsibility for MALBEN, organization aiding aged, ill and handicapped newcomers to Israel like this immigrant shown debarking at Haifa (above, right); and 3) continued aid to men, women and children emigrating to the United States, like this DP family (left), Canada, Australia and other lands. 'inted i •st Supports eiense Program Hruce Brown Post 174 wish War Veterans rent on record as supportcivil defense program. jting scheduled for Wedanuary 10, at 8 p.m. at El Center will be derofiistration of all unmembers of the post i.ny for volunteer servile Dade County Civil luncil. Morris, recently ap' chairman of civilian need that the post irate 100 percent with se officials. ly "f the pamphlets, ; Atomic Attack." Women Present roice Of The Turtle" Hi ach Jewish Center Jd will present John Van successful Broadway "The Voice of the TurVednosday, January 31, Inter patio, according to pcement by Mrs. Ira C. president. The frothy Jracter offering will be arena style. I arc now available at the flue, and proceeds are for the maintenance renter religious school issued by the National Security Resources Board, have been secured for distribution to members of the post. Sid Horn, junior vice commander, has made arrangements for the showing of an appropriate film. with NURSE ICE on the BEACH ,Ur GRADUATE NURSE SALT FREE or ANY DIETS [rooms with PRIVATE patios, solaria, ELEVA. id lobbies. shim Hails St, Miami Beach, Fla. Call: 58-6959 Dr. Shoulion on "Jewish 'FEC every Friday at Sunday at 2 P.M. .v SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE HARDWARE-PAINTS-GUNS AMMUNITION-APPLIANCES N?LuN LINE 300 Fl. 33 Lb. Toft JflJJ '1 aca. Leg. 3 5.-&fl Ft. I.c Bcj. S3.01 PLY-IL.'-.X HOJ K.j. 510 .., F-JLLULH FISH HOOKS Bfte Siios_ 1 lo 5—103 T,t ~i. S2.S0 JU PLr-FLEX GLASS BOD i* A R. SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA I'hnne — Cli'arwslrr 7513 Oittspathy, Physio-Elcctio. Hydra Therapy 1 All rooms with prhalp bath or dttewef 1 in this miHliTtl sli'inihealril, firrproof I hold al LOW, LOW KATES, festuring excellent, hraltliful diet. Irfflnngft. colonies, mineral bathf anil lllilliv ntlH-r health fr.l I lires. II BBOWNDOBFF, MANAGES N.V. nfficv 117 W.sl 16 St., PL 7-7303' >3 LARCH ALUMINUM' TACKLE BOX. R'|. S7.95_ LEAD SINKERS I-OS. to oi. if 9 sins l_Lb. 31 c 5 Lba. 1 QAJL IUG B..i. S4.95 GALVANIZED Mlt.'NOW BUCKETS. Be*. 13.50 FOLDihG CBAB TRAPS Bg. II. SO .a. NO. mi "SflP .. I BHASS 2 C SWIVELS Bsq. 5c each — 2500 PLUGS QC C Re,. 11.25 11 <0 .ach ** CAS LAMPS. 2 BURNERS 103* Hsv._IM.00_ GAS LAMPS. SINGLE BURNER. RsgIH.95 ICE BOX R.q. tlO H!!AVY GALVANIZED LARGE JJ 0 Metnl F.ihm _3o*. Rei $5 95 __ GUARD APPROVED I2' 0 •. J3.95 SAUL KENHOLZ [nholz Kosher Meat Products l one 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere PONCE DE LEON \y&S7 Exclusive for "999' Almeria Ave.) ^W^ RsaI Kosher—New York WHOLESALE fc RETAIL IE WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vd HeKashrutn. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure rrt FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Oacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at end of Bird Rd. a\ Snapper Creek CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since.926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 DOOM 5** through the use of TmON TENTS The Cost is reduced more than 2 S YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY WOODLAND SUBTERRANEAN. TERMITES PHONE 9-3444 SO. flORIOA-S LARGEST EXTERMINATING CO.



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JANUARY 12. 1951 +Jewist Fk>rid/an PAGE 11 B ,ood To Meet Jing of the Sisterhood of li Hebrew School and Ition is slated for Tueslary 16, at 1 p.m. at the LEGAL NOTICE SGAL NOTICE ;E BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |l> FOR DADE COUNTY, >.\. IN CHANCERY, No. Ri iSENRERG, plaintiff, vs. ItoSKXREK':. Defendant. Ri ISKN 111 :RI I, IDA NT: quired to serve a copy of ber to the mil of Complain) Mi >r: i( >.\ B 120 Lincoln Road, •. %  l>. Flor da, and fib the Hioffice of HiClerk of iii i .mi on or bi I9.1I otherwise, said Dill will [aconfessed b) you. Ill i 8 da) of January, A 1 1 i: B. LEATHERMAN, •I* i he i Circuit i ourt. M Hi By K ll. RICE, JR., Deput) Clerk. MCE BY PUBLICATION i 'llti 'I IT i 'i i| III' i >F THE fl'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND l.M'i: COUNTY, FLORIDA.— k.NCBRY. No. Ui ri Sf'HWEITZER, Plaintiff, ROLD SCHWEITZER, Det>LD SCHWEITZER IStreet i. Alabama IRK REQUIRED to —iva answer to the Bill of (i on iiiplaintiffs Attorneys ihoriginal answer in the ihClark of the Circuit or before the nth day of 1951, in tinabove entitled divorce, otherwise %  Decree i will be entered against llns 5th day of January, B. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. | Court Seal* By WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. PAS, MA Kit & FLOYD for Plaintiff • i\ in* Pudding Florida LLACE N. MAKit el If 2 ICE BY PUBLICATION CIRCUIT CdCItT (ll THE L'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— ANCERY. No. 13770(1. OSHEROFF and ANNA MFF. his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. LEVIN and AUDREY 1. also known as AUDREY li wife, Defendants. LEVIN and IV I. I.EVIN, MtV Mill IR8ITV CITY, MISSOURI. n rcipilred to serve a copy iswer to the Rill of Complaint foi Declaratory Decree and lief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney e the original Answer In the bf the Clerk of the Circuit • before the 12 day of \ 11 IHI; otherwise, the Complainl heretofore filed III Itaken as confessed bj ll' Hi Miami, Florida, this 5 i 11, 1951. i: It LEATHERMAN. k of the Circuit Court I tode 1 'ouiity. Florida Seal) li) WM W. STUCK 1 Mi. Deputy Clerk, Vddresa of Solicitor: I • H LYONS, I Bldg. IE %  da, TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW : IH HEREBY GIVEN that signed, desiring to enlace In .11*1-!' the fictitious name of |R .11 818 N.E. 22nd Street, 1.1. intends to register with the clerk of the 1 lircuit 1 >ade 1 'ounty, Flot Ids RAYE TEI i'KI.II.M'M Solowner pTONE for Raye Teitelbaum "Kress Building Fla. TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |ci: is HEREBY GIVEN thai |erslgned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name of HOII'S Bar at 9:1 N.W. 1st Street. to register said name with rk of the Circuit Court of Dade Florida, civic BAR INC. A Fl la Corp. owner B. lli:i M A x A KAPLAN >s for Applicant >-ld Bldg. 2*i 2/2 ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW l< i: IS HEREBY C.IVEN that leislgncd, desiring to engage In Jy under the fictitious name ,,t 11 aim lieiidix Laundryette ut 11. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, 1 to register said name with the ftf HiCircuit Court of Dade Florida Mlts. LENA KOSKNISAUM, IBole owner 1V NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN 1 HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND Pint DADE COt'NTV E1.OI : .|,A N PTOBATE.No: In Re: ESTATE OF FLORA L. BROWN, 1 < ceased, To All creditors and All Persona Hav. ES t %  '"' '"""" ls Against Bald You, and each ..r you, are hereby notlfii 'i and required to present any claims and demands which you. 01 % %  < you, ma) i, lv < aga 1,-1 the 1. Brown, deceai d, late ol Miami, Dade Countv, PI 1 V, 1 '/"," U ''"• B '*nton, Co,mi.' Judge of pade 1 ount; and tilthi B ? me '" h i„ the Count) muse In Dade Counl within elghl calendar month from the date ol I .,• first publication hereof, alms or demands to co 1 In thi '';l nddrew of the claimant and to '"'. BW i to an 1 presi nt< 1 ai aforesaid, %  r same will be bai ri .1 Si 1 Hi %  tloii 120 of the !" %  bate Act. Dat' I, A.D. 1951 ,. HELEN I. BROWN, As Executrix of th 1.asi W "estamenl Flora L. Brown ised. MYERS, HEIM \ X & KAPLAN Attorm for 1 1/12-19 26 2 2 LEGAL NOTICE •' LEGAL NOTICE .,. N ,9 TICE BY PUBLICATION ix TIII: CIRCUIT COURT op 'I'lir ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 F FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE '<> vry. ix CHANCERY, NO. • 'MAIM SHEPKEL GRUSKY Ri di in In;,Mown You ai requil rve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Com'piaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the .". day of February, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorci heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the :i day of January, 1881. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of ,hCircuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 10X1 Beybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 1/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AJAX OPTICAL MFC. CO. (Not Inc.) at 5421-5423 North West 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY B, STEIN BENJAMIN B, STEIN JULIUS EDINSON EI.RY STONE Attorney for AJAX OPTICAL MFC. CO. (Not Inc.) 1010 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida 1/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notlco is hereby given that the 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. WILMAM SCHWARTZ, RUTH SCHWARTZ. 12/22-29 1/5-12 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IX THE NAME AND BY TIIK AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ADD To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL (OME, GREETINGS This is to certify that, whereas, Marx M Eahci, Miami, Ha. Bess Rosen, Miami. Fla. Ann BmagaJ, Miami. Fla, did on (he nth day of March, A.D. 1949, caused to be Incorporated under the provision! of Chapter 10096. Laws of Florida, Acti of 1925, CARLAXN. INC., a corporation, with its principal place Of business at Miami. Dade County, in the stale of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did on the 29th day of December, A.D. 1 950, cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the state of Florida, a dulj authenticated resolution adopted by the stockholders under the provisions "t said Chapter lliis.ifi, Laws ol Florida, Arts of 1925, Showing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Becretar) of State is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto Set my hand and have affixed thi Great Seal of the stai-r Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the twenty-ninth da) of December, A.D. 1950. lSKA ') R. A. GRAY. Secretary of Btate. 1/11/51 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nami 01 Frank's Liquor Mar at 8108 Red.Road, MONTAGUE MAX VANTON, DeMiami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK HAMP8EY, Sole (twner BERICK AND BHAPIRO Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln ltd. i 19-88 „ J5 HITLIN & COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136,878-B. EXCHANGE BUFFET, INC., a Florida corporation. Plaintiff, vs. EXCHANGE PROPERTIES, INC., S Florida corporation, SHERIFF OF DADE COUNTY, ANTHONY CAKRICATT1 and CARL CARRICATTI, doing business under the name of Exchange Buffet Restaurant, and KITTY BLOOM, Defendants Tl >: KITTY BLOOM c 0 Loeweys 77 %  hasAvenue Y< nkei B, New York to all persons claiming or having any Interest to the following chattels secured by that mortgage filed In Chattel Mortgage Book 828, page 19 of the public reords of DadCounty, FI01 Ida: All of the restaurant equipment and kitchen equipment contained in tlipremises known as numbers 810 X. E. Second Street and :;D' X. E. Second Strei 1. In Miami, DadCountv. Florida, Including the following restaurant and kitchen equipment, towit: Ni on Signs. 1 Celling Fan. 1 Btanley Knlghl Soda Fountain, u 1 with I horsepower compressor. 1 SI Unless Steel Refrigerated SaladSai dw ii Unll with 1 -' horsepower "in;.1 esa II complete. 2 Toastmaster Tos : Universal Waffle Mai-nine. 1 Mosl-y Safe. 42 Foot Stainless Steel Lunch Counter. %  12 Chromium Leather Upholstered B tools. 8 Formica Tables and Plastic Upholstered Lounge 1 tooths. 8800.00 worth of Mirrors, Walled and back bar of Soda Fountain. Slain!, ss Si—I Service Counter and Btalnless B I Walled shelves. 1 Stainless Steel Bteam Table. 1 Garland Range. 1 PitCO I': viator. 1 Garland Broiler. 1 Wood Worktop Table 5'. 1 McCray Refrigerator, lfi cubic feet with 1 horsepower compressor. 1 Universal Dishwashing Machine. 1 Sheet Metal Sink, Drainboard. 1 Walk-in Refrigerator Box 6x6. Kitchen Hood. 1 Blower Fan. I Chopper and Mixer No. 855469. 1 National Cash Register No. 41 776 40. 1 Malted Milk Machine — Hamilton Reach No. 33. 1 Slicing Machine (Hobart) No. 2769. 1 Meat Block. 5 Garbage Cans. 1 I>arge Hanging Scale 2 DamStanding Fans 26", 3 Blade. 4 Cake Stainless Steel Stands. 2 Pie Show Cases. 15 Napkin Dispensers. 24 Banana Spilt Holders and Sundaies. 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 Bill 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 tin, Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Aronovlts and Aronovltz. 748 Seybold Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In^he office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on _or before the 15th 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 FWidian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Hoi-Ida, this 14th day of December, 1950, A.D. E B. LEATHKRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) • By WM. W, STOCKING. Depute Clerk. ARONOVITZ &• ARONOVITZ, 74< 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. 85087. In Re: ESTATE OF JACK M. BRAHAM8, I let-eased. To All 1 Miiiiois and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any clalmi ami demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of JACK M. BRAHAMS, de1 ased, late of DadCounty, Florida, to the Hon. W, F BLANTI IN, Count) Judge ol DadCounty, and fii,. the sainin his office in the 1 Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within elghl 1 all n lai moi ths from the date of the fin 1 publication hereof Said claim or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be swot 11 to .1 n 1 p or same will be bai %  120 of the 193a P il \. 1 Date 1 >%  1 mi', r 22, \.\*. 19 MARY R, BRAH VMS, As Executrix of the I.. -1 \\ ,11 and Tei lament of JAI '.K M BRAHAMS, 1 • %  1 eased, BERICK ai .1 BHAPIRO Attoraeya !••: Executrix 12 29 1 5-12 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW „ NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A. ALM. FURNITURE CO. (Not Inc.) at 3S19 X. 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/B-U NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 127582 SHIRLEY VANTON, Plaintiff, vs. MONTAGUE MAN VANTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Montague Max Vanton 120:tl Hoffman Street Studio City. California You Montague Max Vanton arc hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the II111 of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Hen Essen, Esq., bold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2 day Of Fell, 1861. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you (or the relief demanded in the 1:111 of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish I-'loi Idlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 2 day of Jan.. A.D. Ml. B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court s By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. BEX ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 828 Beybold Bldg.. Miami. Fla. __ Attorney for Plaintiff 1/5-12-19-28 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND F( IR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 187442 HELEN JANOW8KI, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN JAN( i\\ SKI. Defendant. TO: JOHN JANOWSKI, :: 1 Qreenpolnt Avei tie, Brooklyn, New York You are required to serve %  copy of '.our answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's atb ami to fibthe original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19 (\A\ 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, 10^3 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI/miDA, IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IX CHANCERY, No 137409. HARRY FRIBSLBBBN, Plaintiff, vs. GLADYS FRIE8LBBEN, Defendant. TO: GLADYS FRIBSLEBEN, c/o Elizabeth Post, 509 West L'12 Street New York 34, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19 day of Januarv, A.D. 1951: otherwise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will bo taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Forida, tills the 19 day of December. 1950. E. I!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Horlda. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla. 11/23-89 1/5-12 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 22889. RE: ESTATE OF LENA MARCUS. Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have filed mv final reporl and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the -state of Lena Mar-us, deceased; and that on the 2Tih day of January, 1951, will apply to the Honorable W F Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of Lena Marcus, deceased. This 15th day of December, 1950. MEYER MARCUS, Administrator MYERS, HEIMAN sV KAPLAN • Attorneys for Administrator 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 MAR-VEL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY at 3469 S. W. Sth St., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUTH ZWEIGBL. HUTNER ft HUTNER. 807 Olympia Bldg., Miami, Attorneys for Ruth Zueigel. 18/88-89 1/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of RE-NU-IT OF FLORIDA at 1029 N. W. 88th Street, Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. JOSEPH PAULEN and NORMAN R 'SENHAIN. MAMRER & LIFTER, 350 Lincoln Rd. IL' 82-89 1/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Adelaide Court Apartments at 845-51 S. W. 18th Court, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horlda. N. J. BERMAN. sole owner AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for Applicant 12/22-29 1/5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURff OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE 10INTV. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 187518. MARY J. AMENDOLA, Plaintiff, vs. .mux FRANCIS AMENDOLA, BR., 1 lefendant. To: Mr. John Francis Amendola, Sr., c/o Mrs. Mich iel Itaroii6817 Myrtle Avenue Glendafe, l>nc. island. New York YOU IRE HEREBY REQUIRED to a 1 opy ol 1 "iii An.er to the Bill of Complaint in the abovi cause for Divorce, on the plaintiff's attorn-.-. .". and fill I 11 1 1 In thi offli e of ii1 ;ierk of the %  on or I( % %  %  • Januai y i, 1951, ol wise said Bill of Complaint will i" taken coi I ou, Dated this 87 da) ol 1 Ix %  %  E. I: LEATHERMAN, ci.rk of the Circuit 1 lourt, 1 >adi Cou • F"loi Ida. ai t Seal) B) : W .1. W. STOCKING, MYERS, lll'IM \.\ ,\ KAPLAN Attorneys for Plaintiff Seybold Building 1 lot Ida : 5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN the 'i the I titio SHIRWYND APARTMENTS at number 601 75th Streel I:. ach, Florida, Intend to ri t-r the said name with the Clei' the 1 lircuit Court ol U Forida. BENJAMIN KCHANFALD PEARL SCHANFALD GENET ft GENET Attorneys for A %  Uu Lincoln Road 18/88-89 1/5-18 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE ('( lUNTY, FL4 IRIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No 187438. ACNES CECILIA MARSHALL I tiff, vs. EVERETT MARSHALL, Defendant. TO: EVERETT MARSHALL Rockvllle, Rhode Island You are hereby notified thai s Bill of Complaint for Divorce hai been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to tho Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney and file the original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or before thill day of January, 1951: otherwise, the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 20th day of December. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE 11:. 1 '. %  !• ity Clerk. GEORGE J TALIANOFF Attorney for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida IJ J2-2:i 1 5-12 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 187602. FLORENCE WHITMAN. Plaintiff, vs. MURRAY WHITMAN, also known as MORRIS WHITMAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MURRAY WHITMAN, also known as MORRIS WHITMAN HL'l Cone) Island Avenue, Brooklyn. New York You. MURRAY WHITMAN. also known as MORRIS WHITMAN, are hereby notified that a BUI 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 plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Essen, 888 Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of tinClei k of the 1! 1 Court on or before the L'-: day of Jan 1951. If Vou fail to do so. judgment by d-fault will be taken against you for tho relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published onci each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Floridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 26 day of Dec, A I' 1950, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit court. Dad.County, Florida, til Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN 823 .-'• ybold Bldg.. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12/29 1/6-12-19 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 137501. CLAIRE ZATINSKY. Plaintiff, vs. MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY 188 Wi st 18th Street New York City, Xew York You. Milton Allen Zatinsky, hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are icipiircd to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on th, plaintiff's Attorney, BEX E88EN, ESQ., 888 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida, and file th -iglnal Answei or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the {< day or Jan., 1851. if you fall to do so, Judgment by default will l>I agalnal you for the relief demai In the Bill of Complaint. This ii-ti-e shall be published once each week for four consecutive week In The Jewish Floridian, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 20 day of Dec., A.D 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl< Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEX x 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12/29 1/5-12-19



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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
PRICE: TEN CENTS
raP
of
a 1
nhlight of the morning session at the 1951 Combined Jewish
all-day mobilisation rally Sunday at Westview Country Club
he community workshop, at which leaders of local Jewish
as participating in the appeal discussed their accomplishments
atlined their needs for the coming year. Pictured here are
C. Myers, chairman of Federation's community planning
Itee, who served as mobilisation chairman and head of the
hop; Leon Kaplan, president of the Jewish Centers Associa-
fWilliam D. Singer, president of Federation: Max Meisel.
nt of the Bureau of Jewish Education; Max Orovitx, president
unt Sinai Hospital; and Samuel Friedland. chairman of the
1951 campaign. Headliners at the afternoon meeting were Dr. Max
Lerner. New York educator and author, who said that the establish-
ment of Israel would mean the end of "Jewish history with tears;"
Judge Justine Wise Polier of the Domestic Relations Court in New
York, who praised the Jewish community for "this demonstration
of unity without uniformity;" and Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, co-
chairman of the Allied Jewish Appeal of Denver, who pointed out
that the people of Israel, equivalent to less than half of the Jewish
population of New York, have undertaken to raise through their
own limited resources the sum of one-half billion dollars in the
next three years. __________^
\\ Submits Plan
?eace In Korea
IE SUCCESS, (JTA) Is-
Imerged this week-end as
fcitral figure in United Na-
>fforts to secure a peaceful
bn of the Korean crisis at
Pre-Campaign Activities Launched
After All-Day Mobilization Rally
100.00 Jews
Need JDC Aid
NEW YORK. (JTA)Edward
M. M. Warburg, chairman of the
Sparked bf a mobilization rally attended by 800 person, Mg l^^^aa^^
ai representing 200 Jewish organizations, Greater Miami Jewish; general chairman of the 1951
immonwealth Conference in j leaders this week launched the first phase of the 1951 Combined carnpaign of the United Jewish
.-----: _-----.......r.nitm I Appeal, told 300 delegates to the
36th annual JDC conference that
"a minimum of 400,000 Jews in
imonweaitn t_omerence in | leaders mis ween muw.ueu u. "~> *- --------------------
began consideration of the | Jewjsh Appeal with a series of pre-campaign functions.
Samuel Friedland, campaign chairman, announced
of the folIowing$>-
| plan for an overall Korean
nent prior to its presenta- ,
efore the U.N. General As- | appointment
the
plan was no longer in Is-
name, however. It reached
tn via the U.N. three-man
wire group composed of As-
y President Nasrollah En-
T of Iran; Lester Pearson.
Han External Affairs Minis-
_ad Sir Bengal Rau, of India,
group adopted the general
Work of the Israel plan as
kl set of peace.
ist Prepares For
ipaign Wind-Up
additional drive leaders: Herbert' up his post as U. S. Ambassador
. ... ft________. .ft, ft ** .. .1 V_______ ^.,-
E. Scher, special gifts; Aaron
Kanner, trades; Jack Ablin, win-
ter residents; David Phillips, vice
chairman of winter residents;
David Levenson, hotel; Joseph
! Gardner and Nat Hankoff. co-
I chairmen of hotel unit; Mrs. Louis
Glasser, women's gift unit; Fred
K. Shochct, metropolitan; Arthur
j Wohlgemuth, youth; Herbert
I Kaplan, juniors.
Named to chairmanship of non-
soliciting units were Joseph R.
i Stein, rating; Rabbi Irving Lehr-
'man. rabbinical; Dr. Morris
.Goodman, publicity; Harold
\ Shapiro, speakers bureau; Mrs.
Ih $575,835, or 67.2 percent William Capland office volun-
io $857,000 quota already I teers; Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. ai-
rangements; Mrs. David Bass,
hospitality.
An initial gift solicitation dinner
is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan-
uary, 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Westview Country Club. Guest
speaker will be the Hon. James
G McDonald, who recently gave
to Israel. Howard Kane, Max
Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, Jacob Sher
and Carl Weinkle are chairmen
of the affair.
Also slated for Tuesday is a
$365 minimum tea to be given by
the patron's division of the
Europe, Moslem areas and Is-
rael" will need the JDC's assist-
ance during 1951. He spoke Sun-
day night immediately after his
re-election by acclamation as JDC
chairman for the coming year.
Meeting at the Hotel Commo-
dore, the delegates also re-elected
Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice
chairman, and Dr. Joseph J.
Bill To Aid Israel
Introduced In House
WASHINGTON. (JTA) A
bill which would grant Israel up
to $500,000,000 in economic aid
and bring her under the provi-
tu of the Economic Cooperation
' Act of 1948 was submitted in the
House of Representatives this
week by Congressman John D.
Dingell, Democrat of Michigan. -
The Dingell Bill is described
as intended "to assist the people
of Israel in establishing a sound
economy, to strengthen the ties
between the peoples of the United
States and those of Israel, and to
help achieve the basic objective of
the Charter of the United
Nations."
Israel would come under the
provisions of the Economic Co-
operation Act of 1948 whenever
such provisions "are consistent
. with purposes of this title," the
bill provides. Amounts not to ex-
ceed 500 million dollars in the
\ aggregate would be authorized to
be appropriated from time to time
for aid to Israel.
It is also specified that "not-
withstanding the provisions of
any other law until such time as
an appropriation shall be made
pursuant to Section 505, the Re-
construction Finance orporation
is authorized to make advances
not to exceed in the aggregate
$100,000,000 to carry out purposes
of this title at such time and in
such amounts as the administra-
tor shall request and no interest
shall be charged on advances
made by the Treasury to the RFC
in implemtntation of this section.'
the patrons division oiine gj^ dircctor.geeral. At the
Women's gift unit at the home same time Dr. Schwartz was
of Mrs. Max Orovitz, 6000 North gjVen a lease of absence to permit
Bay Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. him to assume his new post as
Leonard Abess and Mrs. Jack! executive vice chairman of the
U J A.
led, the Dade Community
launched the busiest week
le campaign in preparation
e giant one-day drive on
v. January 14, which will
the 1950-51 appeal.
.al gifts and pledges on hand
ir were reported by Leonard
icss, Chest president. He said
...nu total for Division A
gifts) accounted for
116; Miami Beach Division
>,506; Industry, $94,789, and
etropolitan division, $5,424.
is the big metropolitan or-
ation that will take over
oncluding efforts of the cam-
starting with Community
it Sunday. Leaders have been
iting recruits for a task force
00 to ring doorbells of homes
ighout the county and to
ass small business in all
rs. Louis Glasser, chairman
metropolitan unit, said that
response to the appeal for
it workers has been good
itional help is needed,
fhe job of covering the Great-
Jiami area is greater than ever
?re because of the vast cxpan-
of the residential districts,"
(said. "The women and men of
community have responded
jiy. We still have need of more
inteers."
tie asked that all persons will-
ito help call Chest head-
ters at 3-7704.
lie big one-day drive will
as many homes as possible,
prs will be contacted in the
tiw-up phases. In addition, the
on is responsible for about
small business firms
tughout the county.
Ablin will assist Mrs. Orovitz
with arrangements. Principa. ?
speaker will be Mrs. Kurt
Laemmle of Los Angeles.
A seminar for members of fhe
speakers bureau will be held at,
the Shelborne Hotel on Friday,
January 19. The meeting will be!
addressed by Mrs. S. Alexander;
Brailove, national chairman of,
the women's division of the United
World Zionists To Meet
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
twenty-third World Zionist Con-
gress session will open in Jeru-
salem on July 11. the Jewish
(Agency executive announced this
week.
Rabbi Lehrman Presented Life Tenure
Of Miami Beach Jewish Center Pulpit
A standing ovation was accord-
ed Rabbi Irving Lehrman when
...^u he entered the membership meet-
Jewish Appeal Luncheon will be ing of the Miami Beach Jewish
served, according to Mrs. Hyman Center, Tuesday evening follow-
S Kaplan, secretary of the ing the unanimous decision of th*
bureau.
In this first photo of workers for the forthcoming $500,000,000
Israel bond drive In the United States, outstanding American
businessmen, diplomatic and communal leader, met last weekend
to plan for the bond drive. The drive ..expected to **
y..r.. Shown left to right at sessions held in a New York City
hotel are: Ahba Eban. Israel Ambassador to the U. S.; Henry
Montor (standing), chief executive officer of the American
Financial and Development Corporation for Israel, the organisation
which will handle the .ale of Israel bonds: Henry Morgenthau. Jr..
former secretary of the treasury, who was named chairman of it
Board of Governors and James G. McDonald, who has served,as
American Ambassador to Israel since the first day of its in-
dependence.
Congregation to present him with
! a life tenure in recognition of his"
| distinguished service to the in-
' stitution. The life term contract
was recommended to the Con-
gregation by the board of di-
rectors of the center and is one
of the few such recognitions
awarded to rabbis by their con?
gregations throughout the coun-
try.
The Miami Beach Jewish Center
is Rabbi Lehrman's first full-time
pulpit, coming here from Mont-
clair. New Jersey where he
served as student rabbi. During
the past 7 M> years Rabbi Lehrman
led the congregation from its
original small structure on 14th
and Euclid to its new million-
dollar edifice on 17th and Wash-
. ington with a membership of over
1 eight hundred. This institution is
i recognized as one of the leading
Conservative synagogues in the
country.
Marking the 11th consecutive
generation of rabbis in his family,,
Lehrman graduated from the"
Jewish Institute of Religion which
has since combined with the
Jewish Theological Seminary and
is a member of the executive
committee of the Rabbinical As-
sembly.
During his stay in the com-
munity Rabbi Lehrman has in
addition to serving as spiritual
leader of his congregation, played
an active role in communal activi-
ties and was selected as one of
Ravvi Irving Lehrman
Greater Miami's representatives
to visit Europe and Israel.
He is a member of the board
of directors of Dade County Red
Cross and of the Travelers Aid
Society. He is also a member of
Kiwanis.
The sisterhood of the center is
sponsoring a Kiddush Friday
evening for Rabbi and Mrs. Lehr-
man in honor of the congrega-
tion's action this week.


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Mnintment of Joe N. Morris to the Circuit
matter of quiet satisfaction to old-timers,
up with the Jewish community of Greater
Hn its inception. Judge Morris, to be sure, is
H first nor the only Jewish official to hold
of honor and trust in Dade County. The
H enough to be impressive. Yet this pleasing
^ftce may be a seismograph and calls for
ome Jrncnt.
Days
^cely more than half a century since Miami
oorated into a municipality. The pioneer
(en came by boat before the new settlement
He, before the FEC Railway had completed
connecting Palm Beach with Biscayne Bay,
Icsnakcs slithered across the winding dirt
is now Flagler Street, when battalions of
and dragon flies attacked the new arrivals
trclts en their arms and faces. Mr. Cohen,
Jxer, had that happy faculty of adjustment
abled him to take an active part in the
locial and fraternal life of the budding town.
Prejudice
sequent arrivals found the welcome neither
nor too hearty. In fact as the town grew,
ti-Jewish trends were manifest. This runs
the general practice that obtains in new
It is understandable how an old city, with
iterests entrenched for generations, would
new-comers, who might challenge the es-
order, who might offer competition to the
lass, who might undercut and take jobs
m resident workers. But it is difficult to
d why a new settlement in need of people
iject to the influx of a sober, industrious,
lg class. Yet the fact remains when the
h of Jewish pioneers came to drop their
gs into the fantastic land boom, they en-
more hostile Gentile Only signs than any-
the continent.
Oscillation Of Anti-Semitism In Greater Miami
Jrom
ens
Carl G. Fisher
Strangely enough, Jewish or Gentile settlers com-
ing from environments that had tolerant religious
traditions often experienced anti-Semitism for the
first time. According to Mr. Cohen, there was little
or no prejudice during Miami's infancy. It seems to
have been introduced by shallow bumptious Realtors.
The worst offender was Carl G. Fisher, who during
9 drunken orgy bought a sizable tract of Miami Beach
acreage. The Indianapolis inventor of the Prest-O-
Lite battery had to become a developer of real estate
or lose his investment. He sold anti-Semitism to-
gether with his lots. Prosperity following the first
world war smiled upon him. His phenomenal sui
was the inspiration to other subdividers. If anti-
Semitism paid Carl Fisher then such a policy was
also good enough for them.
The Land Boom
Judeophobia soon reached its climax. In 1925, the
anti-Semilic kettle, that was kept boiling for a decade
by the Fishers and the Pancoasts, their jackals and
stooges, finally exploded. The Jewish "binder boys"
were taken for a ride in the shabby deal on Seminole
Beach, an ocean front subdivision belonging to Mr.
Roney. But the boom bubble that burst also boom-
eranged. Gentile as well as Jewish capital was swept
away in the malestrom. It became obvious even to
bigots that a policy of malice and hatred was not
good business. In a sober moment Mr. Fisher, broke
and repentant, once told the late Harry I. Lipton
that he was not anti-Jewish; only the bankers forced
him to adopt anti-Semitic measures.
Lights and Shadows in the 1930s
The first evidence of a rift in local anti-Semitism
was the election of Baron de Hirsch Meyer to the
city council of Miami Beach. Yet objectionable signs
were still brazenly flaunted, even after Mitchell
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Wolfson became mayor. A diminishing number of
hotels continued to practice exclusion under the
ambiguous masthead Restricted Clientele. From 1935
onwards, a resurgence of pre-boom Judeophobia was
again felt. Under Nazi inspiration or fund spreading,
a crop of small-time, would-be Hitlers led by W. G.
Blanchard. Jr. and Martin J. Healey emulated the
Charles Coughlens and the Gerald L. K. Smiths.
The movement began to reach uncomfortable pro-
portions when World War II highlighted the perils
of Hitlerlsm, and broke organized anti-Semitism in
the U. S.
Encouragement
When peace finally came. Jewish residents became
the majority on Miami Beach. With five Jewish
Councilmen out of seven, the last vestiges of open
anti-Semitism were swept away. Yet in the City of
Miami the question of discrimination was still de-
batable. But in 1950, the election of Louie Bandel
demonstrated that a Jewish candidate to the City
Commission could be elected by an overwhelming
Gentile vote.
Apprehensions
It would be a comfort to feel that the appointment
of Judge Morris by Governor Warren, following the
approval of Dade County Bar Association, heralds
the end of religious intolerance in our metropolis.
But thoughtful people are disturbed and appre-
hensive. Miami Beach is truly the finest resorl city
in the world. It offers a variety of amusements, a
choice of delicious foods, the most delightful winter
surf anywhere. Its hotels are the last word in elegance
and swank. But Gentile prejudice prefers to by-pass
this earthly paradise. For entertainment or hospitali-
ty, the dominant majority continues to select out-
moded hotels as if concerned only with avoiding all
contact with tourists or residents of the Jewish faith.
ier Welles To Lead Off 1951
r Forum Series January 24
)
Wells, former Under
of State and recognized
of America's leading
will be the first speak-
presented by the Men's
j the Miami Beach Jewish
the 1951 Forum Series
jry 24 at 8:15 p.m. at the
He will discuss "The
Itates in World Affairs."
ras the American states-
first conceived creation
fnited Nations, and since
;he State Department has
live in furthering its in-
through his broadcasts,
cd lectures.
_ Welles will be Maur-
H)ui-l, author, interpreter
orient of Jewish values to
Blsh and non-Jewish world,
lay. February 18. His sub-
! be "World Jewry in
E. Lilienthal. former
nergy Commission chair-
.ill speak Wednesday,
[14. on the subject, "The
Peace and War."
innl speaker of the series
William L. Shirer, noted
)mmentator and analyst
dered one of our out-
foreign affairs experts,
April 1. His subject will
Struggle for Survival."
demand for tickets has
ery great, according to
ay Perlmutter, Men's Club
t. who suggests that
i>>ns be made as soon as
by calling 58-2503 or at
ter at 1701 Washington
Ave. Tickets range for the entire
series $5, $7.50 and $10 (tax in-
cluded). Individual tickets are
also available.
Rabbi Skop To Speak
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be
guest speaker at the next meet-
ing of the Israelite Center on
Tuesday, January 16, at 8 p.m. at
the center building, 3198 S.W.
24th Terr., it has been announced
by Irving Sperling, president.
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raiDAYjANUAPv,
EDITORIAL
.t. Frankfurter Sees it
In one :: his rare public appearc .:e.; eutside ::
legal field, Mr. lustice Frankfurter
United S:;=^
z dinner in Philadelphia ho: -
Board -: The Jewish Apocryphal Literc
stupendous scholarly project of some
volumes to 'zs iss-ez within the next ten
at a so*! :: over SlZC ICZ by the I
for Hebrew and Cognate liz:z-z.
:.-.- noted :-zz:s: paid trih ute to the assembled
scholar = saying that the res: z: us z:e
fickxries z: the Irrrrs :: scholars The
made a most -:e:es:.r.r point when he said thai
today when the very existence ;: society is zz.z.z
challenged .: s particularly impcrtant to cele
brate thai .-rclcularie thing a work z: scholar-
ship that has no money value and which some
would look upon =s useless
.ur.e aid r;;..-. Justice Frankfurter expre
.-.-= humility in the ;:e;er.:e :: scholars and
scholarship. z~ happy :: pay tribute
work :: scholarship and homage :? the mini
cithespiril he said. And agair b :;::;
feeling :: the significance oi developing
icon Jewish scholarly tradition when he scad It
is amazing how we ail ze: the benefit ::
= .-..r sort :: through z r:::e;; ;: osmosi
which knowiedge seeps through to all ::
may not realize .: :u: some ol the benefits
real scholarship gets to us laymen
.: is not often that such speeches are heard at
banquets. ..-.:= was not o ghost written paper read
by a :elebrrry in behalf z: z cause; it was z
s_p.= unaffected plea against the over-emphasis
of ...z::.z. things voiced ry a great man who was
speaking from his heart not from a paper -:::=
Rabbi Honig to Speak
At Center Institute
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him. It behooves American Jewish leadership to
listen the wilderness; :o stren
en those American Jewish as dedicated
o scholarly pursuits an rirual way of life.
For I Air
Rabbi Irving Lehrman whose present.i
felt as a moving force of prccress in J?
munity since his arrival here' is ho i
week by his synagogue. cr*:|
The tribute recognized his "loyal dev*J
invaluable service to the Miami Bea-h
Center."
The congregation stated in a resolu&J
they were desirous of giving expreisk
"tangible form to the special esteem and!
which he is held." Its apprecic.on cf hi
nil devotion and service to the interests
community and to Jewry was shew ov.'
him as the Rabbi of the congregation
remainder of his life.
No finer tribute could be paid a Rabbi b
congregation than that paid Rabbi Lehrnwn.
Our congratulations to Rabbi Lehnaan
tribute well deservedand best wishes fcrai
tinued fruitful life in our community.
Tho trad em if
Sunday night the Hebrew Academy will J
its third anniversary. Outstanding 'lead*!
every phase of life will be present to J
another year of progress and achievemal
the institution whose future is destined to i
its mark in the education annual of the
munity.
The Jewish Day School is making its jj
aj one of the most effective programs id
rough Jewish education in this locale as
on all other places where they have beei
-;shed. '
The fine record achieved by the Hebrew]
demy in imparting a well-rounded, liberal si
tion to its pupils and its rapid acceptasaU
recognition by members of its community]
testimony indeed to the efforts of the loyds]
porters and benefactors of the school as wdj
the vision of the founders.
Mrs. Kaplan To Honor
Mrs. Gamoran Saturday
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Mental Health Film
Shown To Center PTA
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HIAS Banquet Planned
' the HIAS
ittee will
iy, January 28. at
I mary.
the cost
and all proceeds
chairman
be made by
le] or the
Myron Zeientz Namedl
Surfside Town Coub
Myron S. Zeitn;.
Tuesday night by the .
Town Council to take the
on the governing body for
held by Col R W RieftoUl
fore his death on DecerrotrB
Mr. Zeientz. the manafB'l
Bache and Companj .; an actl
Boy Scout leader
AJC Unit To Meet
: .--
rnber-
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1441 S.W. 6th
is, at
11 lead
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ning for

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hair,
. : -
:. 1U St.,
Chaplain Unveiling
Dvdication '. ]
the memorv of -''fl
' Chaplain will b< SjsB
at 1:30 pm at M" "rr.esSJ
with Rabbi N! ::'aij
mg. Mr. Chapla.: .:(*
1036 Michij. -~-rrm
Chaplain, and r ^B
David and Raym nd He
member of B
Elks and was a : "-"* 1
25 year? An
charge of Thu
ny. Prieci I -'easl
| are asked to b.
H
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Obiiuarios
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*S A CHILD HE
5LEPT with h/3
r -B BROTHERS
3N BOARDS WITH
3edding piled
3N TOR IN A
SMALL ROOM
WHICH ALSO
SERVED AS A
CIGAR -MA SHOP FOR
his father/
E=_ FOUNDED THE
AMERICAN FEDERATION
f= LABOR.
EXCEPT FOR
ONE TERM, HE-
WAS ELECTED TO
]hE PRESIDENCY
EVERY YEAR
FROM rT5 BEGINNWC-
TO HIS DEATH

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Jewish Center Hoopnm
Defeat Gables Youth I
Miami Jew-h O 4
ter varsity hoopn
al Gablts Y
I tet 87-44 before a ca|
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Jewish Commun;'.) C
High score: 8*"J
Bernie Weksler
r team ** *
points.
In the prehn.-i. game
Miami Jewish
junior varsity squad .:ofe*
r-Fraser unil
fa.-'.-moving tee-saw same.
Bob Bergen of the J
-quad was h:s" JJ
game with IK ^j[
The Jewish O
will meet Turn, I
SundaT. January 14
ter In the pr*
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SAMUEL
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Center Sponsors Mu*|
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Dubler and Mrs U "
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vJewlst nwkUan
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Gables Young Adults'Beaux Arts Ball To Be Held At
Elect Nordenberg Beach Auditorium January 20
Reuben Nordonberg was elected Every effort is being expended | Anton Loeb of Paramount
president of the Young Aoult to make the Miami Beach Y's i Studios; William Oberman, ex-
Group of the Coral Gables Jew- annual Beaux Arts Ball "the big- | hibitor at the Miami Beach Art
ish Center at a recent meeting of Rest- most lavish, most colorful : Galleries; Mrs. Reyna Younger-
the organization pectacle ever produced in Miami man. outstanding portrait painter;
Also named to office were Joe lBe?ch^J?cK.:L^mPSi;t^a.n;>an, Jack
Mallah, vice president; Gertrude
tev $
Chait, treasurer: Abby Silver-
stein, secretary; Sydell Bass, rec-
ording secretary; and Herb Lowe,
parliamentarian.
Royal Beauty Supply
Sponsors Color Contest
announced this week. The affair
will be held at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium on Satur-
day, January 20. at 8:30 p.m.
Taking its cue from the Topic 1
Board Members Named
Members of the board of di-
rectors of the Beth Tfilah Sister-
hood were elected at a recent
meeting of the organization, ac-
cording to Mrs. M. Katz, presi-
dent.
Thev include the M.v.dames
ar.d Zena Posever, Jewish Centers Rose Bernstein. Bessie Benjamin,
Association Art Consultant, are Sarah Bass, Rose Carr. Jennie
creating murals to adorn the Qoldfine, Goldie Edlowitz. Freda
walls of the auditorium. Feldman, Anna Gurfein, B rtha
In addition, various art classes Helfman. Mary Gootman, Pauline
of the Times, the "costume* ball | Ih,""8hout Greater Miami will Gold- W. Giu will feature a South American j exhibit their work at this gala F],)rencc Hoffman. Dora Katz,
theme. In accordance with this, j fu"ct!on/ Jennie Kaplan. Rose Kaplan,
.Walter Walters, U.S. State De- Tleket* ma/Ae btaine? by Roso Katish. Ida Diamond Ida
RoyalBeauty Supplv Co. spon-partment representative in South !^llmg the Y a-a319 or at the Mor0i H. Marlowe, Eva .Josen,
sored aMiss cLrol hair-coloring American Affairs, together with! Miami Beach Mun.c.pal Aud-Celia Rubin, Fanny Rothman,
contest at the La France Beauty the South American Consulates tonum. f I Rose Sher, Anna Silverman,
School on Wednesday evening, will act as the judges for the; -----T-**" ~ c\ JI Fann>' Paleg- *etta fasK.
January 3. costume parade. Prizes will be i Cultural rrogram Dlatea ------------------_-----------
Albert Hirsch, president of the I offered for the most beautiful, I A cultural program on "The fJt\nr\.\ Unit Meetina
! company which distributes Miss j most original, most authentic and j Life and Music of Nachim Bialik" | ***"-* _L__*_, j c
Clairol in this area, announces the funniest costume.
The newly organized Beth
Among prizes to be awarded ( Beach | Tfilah Mizrachi unit wiU ^meet
berg of the Jewish Centers As-
first place in the competition. are a weekend at the Sorrento
Rabinowiti. past wc
I Jack Jaro was winner of the
ror- second prize, while Tommye
"faster of Hibiscus Lodge. Lemmon was third place winner.
was honored at a past j Judges were Donna Dane, Mift
dinner on Sunday, Janu-1 March, Barry Kaye, Ethel Davis
at Copa City. He was, ancj Mrs. Hal Kopplin.
ed with a past master's -
ind apron.
Hotel Cabana Club with dinner
for two. a week at the Town and
Beach Club, a weekend at the
Royal Palm Hotel, a weekend at
the Raleigh Hotel.
was presented by Cantor J. Y.
Goldring of the Miami Beach, -
Jewish Center and Robert Strass- Saturday, January 13. at 8 30 p.m.
Kr f ,h .wih renters As- m the social hall of the syna-
sociation at the general meeting gogue.
of the Masada-Miami Beach I Also scheduled to meet at the
Young Zionist Group on Thurs- | synagogue Saturday at 8:30 p.m.
day, January 11, at 9 p.m. at the is the Beth Tfilah Chevra M:sh-
Such well-known artists as Miami Beach Jewish Center. I nayos.
m
*xs?
_
Bessie Jacobson was
|y elected to her fourth term
asurer of the Sisterhood of
egation Beth Tfilah. One
j founders of the sisterhood,
facobson is the widow of ths
Rev. Shaye Jacobson. who
as president of the Con-
xion during the construction
synagogue. Mrs. Jacobson
o; the most active partici-
in the activities of the
Egation.
Mm
rry B. Smith. Miami Beach
ley, was recently elected
aal vice grand chancelor of
Seta Epsilon, honorary legal
pity. He was also appointed
e Southern regional board
Upha Epsilon Pi social
^nity. The young lawyer
as president of both these
rniiies while at the TJniversi-
Miami.
\h'\ Morgenstern
Speak Here
bbi H. Morgenstern of New
J will speak on "With Our
kg and With Our Old" at the
IFriday evening services of
liami Hebrew School and
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parents are Mr
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+Jewlsfi ncrtdian
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Personally Speaking
Sol. Jacob Arvey, who stepped down from leadership of
County (Chicago) Democrats after last November's elec-'
|has purchased a home on Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach.!
Irvey, who is expected to be appointed Illinois representa-
>n the Democratic National Committee, bought the property
/inter hcme several weeks ago. He and his wife are guests
Saxony Hotel until they are able to move into the new j
* *
[r. and Mrs. Murry Friedberg, 1240 S.W. 19th St., announce
sixth of a son, Robert Martin, on November 28.
* *
|Guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Roy F. Mack for a New
Vs eve celebration and an Orange Bowl television party
pew Year's day were Dr. and Mrs. Peretz Scheinberg, Dr. and
George Graham, Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Rich, Dr. and Mrs.
Zuckerman and Dr. and Mrs. George Balber. The Macks
played hosts during the holiday season to Dr. Mack's
ler, Cpl. Marvin I. Mack, who was here on furlough from
eland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, where he is
chief.
* *
IHenry J. Eiser, of the sales department oi the B. Manischewitz
jpany, is visiting in Miami Beach at the Tides Hotel. While
he has been a guest of L. Levinson, local distributor for the |
* ?
Mr. and Sol Goldstein, 511 N.W. 20th Ave., were feted at a
ner on Sunday, January 7, in celebration of their thirty-fifth
Iding anniversary. Hosts were their daughters, Blanche
Istein and Miriam Barcn, and their-son-in-law, Robert Baron,
and Mrs. Goldstein are formerly of Newark, N. J.
* *
Vacationing at the National Hotel, Miami Beach, are Mr.
Mrs. Joe Speiser of New York. During their stay, the New
Jkers are being entertained by their longtime friends, Mr.
Mrs. Herman Gordon of Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schliff and son, Bob, of New York are
bnding the winter in Miami Beach. Mrs. Schliff is the niece
le Herman Gordons of this city.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reinhard and daughter, Phyllis Sue, of
sklyn, N. Y., are spending the winter with Mr. Reinhard's
jnts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard, 1141 S.W. 10th St. Rabbi
Mrs. Benjamin Morgenstern, also of Brooklyn, are the week-
guests of the Reinhards.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gilson, 2155 N.W. 6th St., announce
birth of a som Mark Lawrence, on January 8 at Doctors'
spital. The bris will take place on Monday, January 15, at
i.m. at the Gilson home. Mr. and Mrs. S. Gittleson will serve
le baby's godparents and Louis Epstein will serve as sandek.
>bi S. M. Machtei will officiate. The Gilsons are also parents
six-year-old daughter, Daryl Ann.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Apte and son, Bobby, and Stuart Apte
kently left by motor for Mexico City after spending the holiday
ison with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte of this city.
/in and Stuart are attending Mexico City College there.
Nat Zalka.s FUd At Dinner On 25th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Nat
A surprise dinnpr party in
honor of the twenty-f .fth wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Zalka was given Sunday eVening,
January 7, by Mr. Zalka's
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Rabin, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon,
2201 South Miami Ave. One hun-
dred guests attended the affair.
The Zalkas, who have resided
Zalka, flanked by daughters Sheila
in this aica Tor tie past 25 years,
are originally from New York.
Mr. Zalka is a past president of
Congregation Beth David and a
former officer of the Greater Mi-
ami Cemetery Association. He is
president of Certified Poultry
and Egg Company. Mr. and Mrs.
Zalka are the parents of two
daughters, Mildred and Sheila.
and Mildred -Ardmoie
Here for the event were Miss
Mildred Zalka. dietician in Brook-
lyn Jewish Hospital, and Mrs.
Zalka's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen, also of
Brooklyn.
Highlight of the affair was the
re-enactment of the couple's wed-
ding ceremony. Rabbi Max
Shapiro read the service. A mock
marriage followed.
llkin Attends Meet
iert J. Balkin, director of
Florida Regional Office of the
i-Dofamation League of B'nai
nil. is in Tampa this weekend
I'.U-nd the state convention of
CIO. He will supervise the
ti ibution of ADL material for
lding better human relations.
|May We
Suggest
c4l
Liner
lis Violin
and
Orchestra
for All Your Social Functions
fddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Lawn Parties
PHONE 83-7581
Emma Lazarus Unit
Gives Bookcovers To
Citrus Grove School
As a phase of its Anti-Defama-
tion League program, Emma
Lazarus Chapter, B'nai B'rith,
Business and Professional Wom-
en, presented 2000 bookcovers
depicting the heroic sacrifice of
the Four Chaplains aboard the
USS Dorchester during World
War II. to Citrus Grove Elemen-
tary School on Wednesday.
Mrs. Morris Zipper, Anti-
Dcfamatiun League chairman,
was in charge of arrangements
for the program, in cooperation
with Gilbert J. Balkin. director,
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
Defamation League.
Produced by the Institute for
American Democracy, the Four
Chaplains bookcovera emphasize
the unity of all Americans and
an 'in educational aid in the
teaching "f <>od citizenship and
group understanding.
Levines Honored
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach honored Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Levine. formerly of
Chicago and now residing in Mi-
ami Beach, on the occasion of
their wedding anniversary at a
party at the home of Mrs. Manya
Shubow.
At the affair the Levines
pledged a substantial sum to-
wards a proposed Miami Beach
Labor Zionist Building.
Ideal Diet:
Basic to Living Longer
and Looking Younger
Holland Honey Cake
Fruited
or Plain
Holsleins Honored
In honor of their fortieth wed-
ding anniversary Mr. and Mrs.
David Holstein, of 4531 Prairie
Ave., were surprised by a dinner
party last Thursday at the Ronej
Plaza Imperial Room, by 60 oi
their friends. After dinner cards
were played.
Mr. and Mrs. Holstein spend
their summers at their northern
home in Syracuse, N. Y. The sur-
prise party was organized by Mrs.
David Levy and Mrs. Arthur
Lindau.
WIDOW
OWNS RESTAURANT
Would like to meet gentleman 55
to 65. Restaurant experience,
capable of operating same. Give
phone number. Write details to
Box 3224. Miami 20.
S. W. SECTION
Beautiful Corner Bedroom
Suitable for two, with Kosher
Meals. Very Reasonable.
Phone 82-5972
To Present Jewish Players
Bialik and Ben Gurion Branches
of the Jewish National Workers
Alliance will sponsor a perform-
' ance by a touring company of
I Jewish players on Sunday eve-
inir.g. February 11, at Miami
Beach Hign School Auditorium.
CntOL
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in
Miami lieavh
Cozy
Different
Atmosphere
Strictly Kosher
CAFE
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WEISER
Management
146 Washington Avenue
Phone 58-2844
T\tck>us
. Health
Made from ingredients, considered
healthful for ages: whole rye flour,
rich buttermilk and golden honey .
superbly blended in Old Netherlands
recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regula-
tory. Suitable for every meal or snack.
Distributed by
Cochron Distributing Co.
1717 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Two members of the Austrian
Student Goodwill Tour to North
America are Dr. Susanne Polster-
er, production manager and mis-
tress of ceremonies who comes
from Vienna, and Peter Loch-
mann, one of lha group's chief
yodelers who comes from Salz-
burg.
ATTENTION:
Artists, Students. Hobbyists.
Drawing, Painting, Still-Life, Life
Classes, Modeling. Carring,
Ceramics
Day and evening classes
Reasonable fees.
Circle Studio. 58-0409
TONIGHT
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FRIDAY, JANUARY,,
CENTER FORUM SERIES
IT PA
Sumner
WELLES
IWED., JAN. 24th, 8:15 P.M.
\"'nilvil Stnivs in
World .Utah's"
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Sumner WelleJ
Former Under Secretary of Slate

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David E.
LILIENTHAL
WED.. MARCH 14th
"The Atom in
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Maurice
SAMUEL
SUN., FEB. 18th
'World Jewry
Transition"
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President, University of Miami
7 wa?ted to ( ..

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Chief Editorial Writer, Miami Herald
till Baggs
... Miami Daily News Columnist
. '
.Maurice Samuel
I>lstLnguihed Author and Interpreter
Jbavia' C. Jjlientkal or War
Former Atomic Energy
Commission Chairman
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Noted News Commentator and Analyst
I i
Reiweeji "1U Wvd&l"

Hon. Harold Turk
Mayor, City of Miami Beach
Paul M. Brann
Columnist, Florida Sun
uwon Harrison
William L.
SHIRFR
SUN.. APRIL 1st
"Our Strut/alp
For Survival"
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to ;,eip f/ic,,
For Entire Series
750
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cultural world."
500 /ou .. 1Q00
MIAMI "*" C--B 0F THE
l;rd Miochel
Publisher, The Jewish Floridian
Center Forum serieswith its rir.ir of
speakerspromtoes to 0* one 0/
it c-iiltiiral events 0/ the UJ ter
0011 4 >1, Ask ill
Gen. Mgr., Florida Sun
1 T'lrriuriitty service l>y bring
era to Miami Beach Tht
' tabling our reetdettts and r
' 1 familiar toith the myriad ,
rn-day complex /".
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Town Crier, Miami Herald
(he right tyne of speakers to the
I Jewish Center this winter ... S
Liiienthal, Maurice Sav.
ire men of nidi stature that
I hem them.
Alan < ourtnr-v
WGBS Commentator
rnu Seriea ;s a jine public service."
Includes Same Reserved Seats "for
Sumner Welles Maurice Samuel
Ja"-.21th "Feb. 18th
David E. Liiienthal William L. Shirer
March 14th April 1st
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?rkmen's Circle
Offer Concerts
tn-kmen's Circle, Branches 692
699 and their Women's Clubs
[present two evenings of Jew-
lumor, drama and music with
famous artists of the Yiddish |
Dvora Rosenblum and I
lum Melnick, and Pola'
(son at the piano, on Satur-
January 13, at 25 Washing-
fAvo., Miami Beach, on Sun-
J.inuary 14 at 1545 S.W. 3rd
Joth concerts will begin at
lose concerts are annual func-
of the Workmen's Circle for
[purpose of bringing Yiddish
[folk songs and music to this
mnity.
wra Rosenblum is a graduate
ballet academy as well as of
himatic school at Vilna.
achum Melnick received his
jma at a dramatic academy at
saw, and later played with
| first "miniature theatre" in
id"Azazel." Afterwards, he
bed the world famous "Vilna
ape"' with Dvora Rosenblum.
1936, Melnick-Rosenblum
hcipd a theatre of their own
(eatre with two players. This
ingly original theatre was
fed on clarity of form, well-
Is.in d gestures, severely dis-
Kned movements and on va-
ts nuances of rhythm and
|po. Drama, speech, song,
co. music and costumes were
Iblended into one unit.
ley won the enthusiastic ac-
tn of the foremost dramatic
les in London, Paris, Brussels,
fwcrp. Brazil, Uraguay, Ar-
tina and Bolivia.
1946 they were invited to
|t North America. They per-
ncd in New York and through-
\ihc United States and Canada
the greatest success. They
enthusiastically hailed by
press wherever they went.
Center Unit To Hear
Rabbi Silver man
Rabbi Hillel E. Silverman will
be the guest speaker at the
monthly meeting of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood
on Monday, January 15, at 1:30
p.m. in the center social hall, it
was announced by Mrs. Ira C.
Walscy, president.
Rabbi Silverman was graduated
from the Seminary Rabbinical
School in 1949 and is on the ad-
ministrative staff of the seminary
as field director of the Leaders'
Training Fellowship. The rabbi is
also a graduate of Yale Universi-
ty, where he was a member of
the varsity debate team. He served
as director of the Hebrew-speak-
ing Camp Ramah in Wisconsin,
and last year, he returned from
a 12-month visit to Israel.
The meeting will be held in
honor of the Torah fund of the
National Women's League of the
United Synagogue of America.
The speaker will be introduced
by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, honor-
ary president of the South East
Branch of the National Women's
League.
The program will also include
the presentation of a humorous
skit, entitled "Molly, the Program
Lady" with Mrs. Al Osheroff tak-
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
itrance on Washington Ave
ocuLisrs
| PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Ml. .Sinai Auxiliary To Attend Panel
Discussions on the Exceptional Child
Women's Auxiliary of Mount
Sinai Hospital will hear the first
program to be sponsored this year
by the auxiliary's education com-
mittee on Friday, January 19, at
1 p.m. in the large committee
room of the Miami Beach Audi
torium. "The Exceptional Child"
will be the topic of a group of
Past State Commander to
Address Gables JWV Post
Hy Morris, past commander of
the Florida Department of the
Jewish War Veterans, and Mrs.
Rose Horn, president of the Nor-
man Bruce Brown Ladies Auxili-
ary, will be guest speakers at the
meeting of the Coral Gables Post
of the JWV on Tuesday, January
1*. at 8:15 p.m. at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center.
Delegates to the Dade council
convention to be held here Jan-
uary 21 are Melvin Morris, Mur-
ray Solomon and Manny Lubel.
Reservations tare now being
taken for the University of Miami
production of "Hamlet," to be
presented at the new Ring Thea-
tre on May 15.
Rabbi Hillel Silverman
ing the leading role assisted by
the sisterhood chorus. Participat-
ing in the chorus are Mesdames
Max Fine, Theodore Hankoff,
Julius Seligman and Gertrude
Wolff. Musical accompaniment
will be furnished by Mrs. Ben
Yomen.______-\ -______
----------------*c------------------------------------- '
Dance Proceeds To
Go To Polio Unit
.Mrs. Weinstein To
Review European
Novel Friday
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will dis-
cuss C. Virgil Gheorghiu's "The
Twenty-fifth Hour" at the Friday
Review, a cultural project of the
Greater Miami Chapter of Hadas-
sah, on Friday. January 12, at
Temple Beth Sholom. according
to Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman.
Hailed as one of Europe's great-
est post-war novels, the book is
traslated from the Romanian and
deals with a world dehumanized
by social machines.
Coral Gables Women's Chapter
and Lodge, B'nai B'rith will spon- I
Bor their second annual benefit j
dance and "Rustic Fun-Nite" on
Sunday, January 28, at Electri-'
cians' Hall, 1659 N.W. 17th Ave. '
According to Mrs. A. Frank
Wellins, chapter president, and
Chairman Mrs. Ralph Bargteil, all
proceeds of the affair will be
turned over to the local offices
of the National Polio Foundation.
The B'nai B'rith groups plan a
full evening of barn and ballroom
dancing, audience-participation
games and contests and awards
'for the best hill-billy costumes.
1 The event has been arranged by
the community service commit-
tees of the Coral Gables units.
Tickets may be secured from
members.
panel discussions by guest ex-
perls in social welfare and ed-
ucation.
According to Mrs. Jandon
Schwarz, education committee
chairman, facilities available and
improvements needed for the care
of the physically exeeptional, the
socially exceptional, and the
mentally exceptional child will be
discussed. Miss Nina McAdam,
supervisor of the guidance pro-
gram for the Dade County public
school system, will be moderator
of one group of panels and Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin, education com-
mittee co-chairman will be mod-
erator of the other.
Guest speakers include Dr. Ar-
thur Weiland, director of services
for the Florida State Crippled
Children's, Commission; Mrs.
Laura Suiter, supervisor of the
Department of Exceptional Chil-
dren of the Dade County Public'
Schools, Mrs. Ezelle Kerrigan, ex- I
ecutive director of the Dade |
County Society for Crippled Chil- I
dren; Dr. Herbert Eichert, chief
of staff of the Children's Cardiac
Home; Dr. Benjamin Sheppard,
director of polio service for the
Variety Children's Hospital; Dr.
L. Craig Long, director. of the
Dade County Child Guidance
Clinic; Mrs. Louise Pope, director
of social service for Jackson
Memorial Hospital: Dr. Margaret
Robins, clinical psychologist at
the University, of Miami; Mrs.
Ellen Whitiside, chairman of the
Florida Children's Commission;
and Mrs. Stanley Myers, chairman
of the District Welfare Board.
Workshop Will Present
Story Of Sen. Norris
"The Story of Sen. George W.
Norris," will be presented by
Radio Workshop for Democracy
on Sunday, January 14, at 7:45
p.m. over station WMIE.
Appearing in this week's
dramatic program will be Bob
Brenner, Vic Knobloch, Sara
Seiderman, Sonny Stillerrrun.
Lowell Thing, J. P. Fox, Lennie
Aronoff and Mrs. Gertrude Marv.
ON THE OCEAN
(jhx.nchandc/taluitv
1334 18th St.
Around the Corner From Copa City
Dinner Sous Let Etoiles
Phone 5-9169
GUILFORD'S
POULTRY CO.
' 101 N. W. 8th St., Miami
LOWEST PRICES
ON POULTRY!
Shochet on Premises
Wednesday & Thursday
8 A. M. to 12 Noon
PHONE 2-7808 & 9-1939
Opening Ian. 16
"SONG of NORWAY"
MUSIC CIRCUS
79th St. Causeway
Tickets Now On Sale
$ 1.202.002.403.00
(Including all taxes)
Music Circus Ticket Wagon
79th St. Causeway
Ph. 84-6637
Burdine's Miami
Flaglcr St. Ph. 3-9772
Amidon Music Co.
Coral Gables Ph. 4-2214
MogulTs 41st St. M. Bch.
Doubleday Book Shop
934 Lincoln Rd. M. Bch.
WE NEED WASTE PAPER!
Waste Paper Is Now Essential!
Do Not Destroy It!
We Now Pay 75' ^^ed
For Old Newspapers
Old Corrugated Boxes, Magazines. Etc.
Miami Wafttc* Paper Co.
2120 N.W. 14th Ave.
Open Evenings Daily 7 A.M. 9 P.M.
Open Saturdays7:A.M. 5 P.M.Sundays8 A.M. 12 Noon
Phone 3-1696
Waste Paper Is Now Essential!
YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD
AND CLOTHING DON
SEND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS!
T LET THEM DOWN!


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pound
This price in-
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and duties.
Your Relative
pays nothing
in Israel.
No Extras
TO
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FOR FAMILY
PARCELS CAN WEIGH
UP TO 70 LBS.
FOOD NET WEIGHT....55 LBS.
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND
FOR A FAMILY
13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8
Ibi. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk;
8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegeta-
bles; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake
and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes (Peas,
Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit;
8 lbs. Jellies and Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs.
Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea;
2 lbs. Spices.
SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALFI
CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL!
We ship to Israel your self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only
14c per lb. for shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them mto any or
the offices of Farr Tours. (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb.) Your relatives have
nothing 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 19 lb.............$11.75
4 lb. Meat
cans Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Butter
1 lb. Oi
1 can Sardines
4 or. Tea
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
2 pkg. Noodle Soup
2 lb. S-gar
Powder (18 eggs)
PARCEL 16 25 &.............$12.75
M lb. Egg
PARCEL 19 ;|5 lb.............$18.75
8 lb. Meat
8 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Margarine
2 lb. Veg. Fat
2 lb. Rice
2 lb. Split Peas
2 lb. Sugar
1 lb. Prunes
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Oil
2 cans Salmon
2 can Sardines
10 Lollypops
4 oz. Tea
16 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mix
'- lb. Egg Powder
3 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb Oil
2 lb. Sugar
2 lb. Lima Beans
2 lb. Barley
M 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
8 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheese
Send your check or money order or
come in person for your certificate.
BRAND NEW
Philco Refrigerator
$240.00 Plus duties
Also 1951 WESTINGHOUSE
REFRIGERATORS
NOW No import license
necessary. No red tape.
FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO
NEW YORK OFFICE:
145 SECOND AVE.. N. Y. 3. N. Y.
Seven (7) other high class food
parcels, '-lightning fast delivery"
from two to four days, contain-
ing up to 7 lbs. of Meat.
Inquire at the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
MAIN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE:
377 BLAKE AVE.. B'KLYN 12. N. Y.
Farr Tours
ey p
2315 Collins Avenue.
Tel. 55327 5-5328
Uptown Office
6638 Collins Avenue
Tel. 86-1472
New ... all five 1951 Westing-
house Refrigerators are now
available without import license,
no red tape.
Inquire at the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
CIGARETTES and SOAP
$9.95
$3.99
200 Cigarettes incl. duties
and delivery
6 bars fancy face
soap .....------
200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face
soap, inclusive duties and de-
liveries by Air- #* A QC
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+JeUtn FRIDAY, JANUARY
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Hold Annual Tea
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Mrs. L
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by Pi
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given
.. the
is : thi urnal that
will be published by the chapter
in February. Proceeds of the ad
journal will go to the Congress
House in New York City.
Guests included the Mesdames
Selma Hayden. Yetta Kagan. Dora
Koretsky. Laura Rabinowitz, Sue
Kriegel. Ruth Green. Ruth I
Lee Kogan. Ruth Glickman, Edith
Lefcoe. Dorothy Weiner, Ann
Bane and Bert Busker.
Traurig Brothers Called
Into Armed Services
rt H Traurig, Lt ) g- U.
5 N. H lied to active
stationed
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A pledge of wholehearted support, signed by the 800 persons
who attended Sundays 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal mobilization
ral'y at Wertview Country Club, was presented to the new cam-
paign chairman. Samuel Fricdland. by Mis. Irving Lehrman at the
luncheon session. Goal for the drive, as announced by Gecrae
Chenkof. chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
budget committee, will be in Ike neighborhood of SI.450,000.
Sabbath Services, Radio Programs,
Concerts To Headline Music Month
\DER FICTITIOUS
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To Hear Kalkin
Gilbert J Balkin, director. Flor-
ida Regional Office. Anti-Defam-
ation League, will address a meet-
ing of Miami Beach Chapter of
B'nsi B'rith '.'.' men. to be held
on Tuesday, January 16, at 1:30
p.m. at tl Hotel Sub-
ject of talk will be
"Human Relations in the National
E gl :. j
"The Kosher Gremlin," a
' the mi eting
Mrs. Harold Turk pi
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The Rabbinical Ass
Greater Miami official!
claimed Saturday. Janui
sh Music Sabbath, at
meeting held this week in Ti
Israel.
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ish Music Month being spon-
I locally by the Jew I v
Council of Greater Mis
a Friday nicht lecture. S
sermon or an I
Shabbat devoted to s ime |
of Jewish music.
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man, to plan f.. a 5
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choruses of the Hi
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CANDIES

PRODUCTS of ISRAEL
Truly Delicious!
Now on Sale at
Food Fair
and
Carl's Markets

Kuth Yasser Will
Wed H. Bookman
i.utn Y03ser, whose ongagi
^d approaching marr?ag
?rarvm""d Alfred Bookman, son
h and New Y0rk. f M
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Live Poultry Market
LOCAL RAISED
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y*< Habbinica, SupervUion
Restaurants
Butcher Shops.
'"2 S.W. 9th St.
and

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lour B. Liebman, a member
New York Bar, has an-
the opening of his offices
practice of law at 350
Road, Miami Beach.
lident of the Beach for al-
year, Liebman is married
lormer Malvina Weiss. He
sen active in communal,
and Jewish affairs, both
id in New York, and has a
old son studying at the
Gymnasium in Tel Aviv.
|he present time, he is act-
uate chairman of the
tunty Community Chest in
Beach, is u member of the
if directors of the Miami
/: nisi District, as well as
. chairman, a member
:.. vi council i 1
|>utheastern Zionist Region
t!. M iml Bi ich Ji
r. He is serving on the Eacul-
|he c( ntei's Adult Education
v. lure lie is giving a
I"Survey of Israel."
to moving to Miami Beach,
:in served as the director
Economic Commission of
|0A, was attorney for the
Clothing Contractors As-
j.m. Inc., and had an ex-
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Seymour B. Liebman
president of the East Mid-
Jewish Center of Brooklyn
currently an honorary trustee
nan has lectured extensively
ighout the United States, has
n for numerous publications
I has visited Israel twice dur-
[the past two years.
ive Kubinoff
riav Here
Ibinoff, internationally famed
Cert artist, and his violin,
Dh is insured for $100,000 will
far on January 18 in Bayfront
auditorium,
tickets for the concert, "In
^e With the Times," are avail-
at 1799 S.W. 8th St.
aonsbred by the Kiwanis Club
Southwest Miami, the concert
feature the latest of Rubin-
violin interpretations.
Pictured is ore of the scenes of Borscht capades showing
Mickey Katz. internationally known stage, radio and record artist,
and the Tovar Dancers, who are featured in the stage presentation
of Hollywood's English and Yiddish all-star variety review. Direct
from record breaking engagements in Los Angeles, Chicago, Mon-
treal, Toronto, and other leading cities, they will appear at the
Roosevelt Theatre on Miami Beach beginning Wednesday evening.
January 24. A number of organizations will sponsor performances
during the run.
Religious Schools To Mark Tu Bishevat
With Athletic Carnivals January 21,28
Tu Bishevat will be celebrated
by the Jewish schools of Greater
Miami with gala Maccabiah ath-
letic carnivals patterned after the
recent Olympics held in Israel last
fall.
There will be two sessions one
in Miami, at Shenandoah Park,
1800 S.W. 21st Ave. on Sunday,
January 21; the second, at Fla-
mingo Park, Jefferson Ave. at
11th St., Miami Beach on Sunday,
January 28. Both will be held
from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Sixteen schools are expected to
participate. Attendance will be
about 2000 children, with some
600 participants.
The Maccabiah will be divided
into nine age categories in
dashes, relays, jumping, softball
and playground ball throw and
many race novelties. The carnival
will be launched with a special
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Opera Guild Marks
Tenth Birthday
The Miami Opera Guild is
marking its tenth anniversary
with the presentation of Donizet-
ti's "Elixir of Love," which has
never been heard here before,
and an appearance of Metropoli-
tan tenor, Ferruccio Tagliavini,
who has never sung here before.
The opera will be presented on
Saturday, January 13. and Mon-
day, January 15, at 8:15 p.m. at
Miami High School Auditorium.
Mr. Tagliavini, who will sing
the role of Nemorino, will co-star
with Anne Bollinger, young
American soprano-actress, also a
member of the Metropolitan
Opera.
Other memDers of the cast will
be Francesco Valentino. Angelo
Pi lotto and Frances Maddaford.
In "Elixir" Tagliavini gets an
opportunity to sing one of his
favorite arias, "Una Furtiva
Lagrima," with which he is re-
ported to have stopped the show
in his San Francisco deubt in
1948.
Pietro Cimara, who put in 20
years at the Metropolitan, will
conduct.
Dr. Arturo ,di Fillipi. director
] of the Guild, reports that all seats
for the Saturday performance
have been sold out.
torch relay, symbolizing the
bringing of fire from Modein to
Jerusalem, with runners in the
costume of the Maccabean era. A
nt of the participants will
follow the torch relay. A song
contest and a free treat to those
attending will conclude the event.
Ribbons will be awarded indivi-
dual winners and a special trophy
the Menorah which won the
Tel Aviv art prizewill
awarded the school gaining
most points. The trophy is
gift of Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
The Maccabiah is sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education
of Greater Miami with the co-
operation of the Jewish schools
and the Jewish Centers Associa-
tion.
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irew Aeademy Dinner Sunday

Ikatter, noted radio
entator of the Mutual
Casting System, will be the
aal speaker at the third an-
>l the Hebrew Aca-
to be held at Temple Beth
h, Sunday evening, January
announcement was made
irnett Roth, Miami Beach
Unan and Aaron Courshon,
Beach civic leader, co-
ien of the dinner commit-
B luncheon meeting of the
my board of directors which
told Monday afternoon at the
G i id.
('.inner, the annual fund
raising activity of the academy,
is usually attended by the leading
Jews of Greater Miami. In addi-
tion to prominent city, state and
county officials, all rabbis, of I
Greater Miami and many noted'
educators are also expected to
attend.
A colorful pageant, featuring 90
pupils of the academy, will be
presented, as an additional feat-
ure of the dinner.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, di-
rector of the institution and a
national figure in Hebrew educa-
tion, will speak, and Dr. David
S. Andron. president, will preside.
ibdliewilsltUEiliDididliiaun

MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1951
SEC. B
iuarizniaEi To
tend Xaflionnl
nation Meet
us Schwartzrr.an. executive '
t, r of the Bure.-.u of Jewish
it ion. will attend the first
Hal conference on Jewish
to be held at the Bilt-
1, New York City, on
pry 13 and 14. Over 1000
from all Jewish com-
Jtii and major organizations
expected to attend the con-
conference. being spon-
by the American Associa-
for Jewish Education with
Cooperation of 32 major na-
il Jewish groups, will survey
h it 50 years in American
p| education and make plans
wide cooperative action to
Vc future progress.
sessions on "American
Sh Education at the Mid-Cen-
will be held on Sunday
line, with Dr. Israel Chipkin
(e Jewish Education Commit-
:lelivering a graphic report
rent assets and liabilities in
Irican Jewish school systems,
outstanding educators will
ent statements to delegates on
aims and scope of the Jewish
. Following these presenta-
the delegates will divide
I two panels: one, on the "Per-
llity Development of the Jew-
id;" the other, on "Cul-
\\ Expressions of Jewish Life,"
ing with such aspects of the
Rational process as the home,
synagogue, the center, Jewish
ts and music. Prominent Jew-
educators, social workers,
thelogists and lay leaders will
as consultants at these panel
Dns.
th David Women
Meet January 17
th David Sisterhood will hold
lonthly meeting on Wednes-
J inuary 17. at 10 a.m. at the
e Milk Producers, 2451 N.W.
Ave.
dessert card party will follow
short business meeting and a
IT service will be provided
then who bring their chil-
li.
Rabbi Kronish To Speak
At Spinoza Forum
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
on "Folk and Faith" at the next ,
meeting of the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum on Saturday. January 13,
at 0 p.m. at 124 11th St., Miami
Beach, according to Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, chairman.
On Tuesday. January 16, Dr.
Morris Schneer of New York will
give the first in a series of six
lectures ,,n "Psychology for Better
Living."
Beach Shopping Night
Monday night will be observed
as "Shopping Night on Miami
Beach" by merchants during the
winter season, according to an
announcement by the Beach
Chamber of Commerce last week-
end.
The program is on a trial basis.
the Chamber's retail merchants
division revealed.
Members of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy Women were feted at a luncheon
given by Mrs. Louis Miller at the Victor Hotel on Tuesday, January 2. Seated at the table (1. to r.) are
the Mesdames Isidore Goldberg. Ida Wessel. Nat Hochman, J. Katz, J. Katz, Samuel Ritter. Alfred
Stone, H. Liebman. Frances Rubin, Louis Makovsky. president. Mrs. Miller, hostess. H. Korctsky, H.
Genet, Moses Mescheloff, I. Firtel. Sidney Rabinowitz. Lewis t-scott, Kimmel. Fensler. Standing are
the Mesdames Benjamin Appol. Glober, Seidenworm. Samuel Grundwerg. David S. Andron. Roesch.
F. Kalstein, Samuel Reinhard, Joseph Rackovsky. R. Sitomer. Miller. Shapiro. Lena Dubler. Laiton
and Isidore Spolter. Morris B: a.
Women's i fe I Ink Of 1!>51 Appeal To
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Mrs. S. Alexander Brailove,
chairman of the national women's
division of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, will be "guest professor" at
the "sophomore session" of the
"College of Community Knowl-
edge" to be held at the Saxony
Hotel on hursday. January 18.
The College of Community
Knowledge is being sponsored I
jointly by the Conference of^ew- t
ish Women's Organizations and
the women's gift unit of the 1951
Combined Jewish Appeal. All
Jewish women in the community
are invited to attend.
As a member of the first
delegation of UJA leaders to visit
Israel after the United Nations
General Assembly had voted for
an independent Jewish State, Mrs.
Brailove, in February 1948, barely
escaped death when Arab snipers
ambushed her party which was i
traveling from Tiberias to Haifa.
As chairman of the national |
women's division, she heads the
largest voluntary fund-raising
group of women in the world. In
the past four years since the na-
tional women's division was
founded, more than $57,000,000
has been contributed by Jewish
women through their community
organizations to the United Jew-
ish Appeal. This is the largest
sum ever given by women to a
private philanthropy.
She was formerly co-chairman j
of the New Jersey Region of the I
national women's division and in
1948-1949 executive committee
member of the division.
One of Elizabeth's most promi-
nent civic and communal leaders, |
Mrs. Brailove was a founder of
the USO in that city and also its
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llvwood Lodge
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lwvoud Lodge, B'Bal B'rith,
fcponsor its fourth annual
|r dance on Sunday evening,
Try 28, at Jack Valentino's
kf MuiC, 3901 S. Federal
ay, vv. Lauderdale, it has
announced by President
now.
i this major fund-rais-
,; the lodge contributed
[ the B'nai B'rith Chil-
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10 in 1949.
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n Tuesday evenings at the
urn School. 1000 Bay Drive,
nandy Isle, Miami Beach, un-
Ihe direction of Zena Posever,
hictor of art and sculpture.
Be group consists of Florence
Ban, Charlotte Pritzert, Janet
Cecile Wcider, Henry
Bey, Doris Olesky, Rose Lee
pberg, Shirley Hagen, Dr. J.
lagen, Etta Jacobson, Eliza-
Fishbein, Joyce Zimmerman,
kha Frisch. Audrey Corwin,
June Goldstein.
Formulating plans for a series of forums to feature nationally
known speakers are members of the rewly organized Brotherhood
of Kneseth Israel Congregation. Pictuted here are (seated. 1. to r.)
Lt. Col. Ebert D. Cox, who will speak on Wednesday, January 17.
at 8 p.m. in the synagogue: and Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, spiritual
leader of the congregation; (standing, 1. to r.) Samue! C. Goldbero,
brotherhood treasurer; Gerald Katz, president; Saul Meringoff,
publicity; Edward Horwitz, financial secretary. Lt. Col. Cox, former
technical adviser to the Israel Air Force, will speak on "Israel
Key to the Middle East." Before his address the young airman
will present the Key to Tel Aviv to Mayor William Wo'farlh of
Miami. The key was sent here by Mayor Rokach of Tel Aviv. Lt.
Col. Cox recently returned from an extensive tour of the young
Jewish state.
Kneseth Israel To Install Leaders
Henry Morris will be installed
as president of Kneseth Israel
Congregation at ceremonies on
Saturday, January 13, at 8 p.m.
| in the synagogue. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever, spiritual leader, will serve
as installing officer, and Cantor
Abraham Seif will offer the musi-
cal program.
Other officers to be recognized
at the rites are Wolf Sirot; honor-
ary life president; Edward Mat-
thew and Abraham Werman.
honorary presidents; Saul Mer-
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Why Fight It?
Editor of The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sir:
I am an admirer of my friend
of long standing, Harry Simon-
hoff, and read his "I'll Say"
column with religious regularity.
I enjoy his pungent, highly read-
able style, his often incisive ob-
servations, and the erudition he
always injects into his column.
Still, I must take issue with much
of what he says in a recent re-
print of his piece on The Christ-
mas Tree, which you originally
published in January of 1949.
It may be that his views have
undergone a change since writing
this article, especially after an
extended tour of Europe and Is-
rael devoted to study and ob-
servation. My argument here of
course is with the Simonhoff of
1949.
It so happens that the lady who
aroused his ireand this piece
is certainly an emotional outburst I ^hich
was stating a fact rather than
expressing a hope. The truth is
that for Jews in the United States
the Christmas celebration has all
but eclipsed the Chanuka festival
for the last quarter of a century.
This is true of Jews on New
York's East Side as it is for Jews
in Temple Emanuel on swanky
Fifth Avenue. Only in the last
few years are our rabbis making
a herculean effort to glamorize
the ceremonials of Chanuka so
as to win favor in the eyes of
children and not be submerged
by the Christmas tree and
Christmas presents.
He says that the lady that
aroused him so may have once
been beautiful but would never
qualify for a brain trust. But I
have come to the conclusion that
non-intellectuals often sense true
values instinctively which the
"brain trust" boys only come to
recognize after a life time of dia-
lectics, and only when they are
ready to write their memoirs.
Christmas trees are as beautiful
as Menorahs. Presents are pres-
ents. Friends are friends whether
Jewish or not. You can't revel
in the Christmas spirit about you
and explain to your child that it
has nothing to do with us. Not in
this glorious country.
The temper in which my friend
catalogues as bad Jews all of
those who may differ with him
is not unlike the narrow dogma
and creed that excommunicated a
Baruch Spinoza. It only exposes
the strait-jacket of early pre-
judices which preempts one from
any but subjective opinions. Yes
Mr. Simonhoff, let Mr. Gallup
check as to the kind of Jews that
cannot resistyes wieldto the
Christmas spirit and its pagean-
try, some of whom even "have
Christmas trees for their children
and send Christmas cards to other
Jews." He will find that they are
for the most part proud of their
Jewish heritage. They fill the
synagogues and temples on Yom
Kippur. They speak Yiddish or
only the king's English, and some
even a smattering of Hebrew.
They contribute to the United
Jewish Appeal and most of them
have only contempt for the Coun-
cil of Judaism Inc.
For instance, listen to what this
outstanding Jew has to say. He
is Harry L. Lurie, executive di-
rector. Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds. He
writes: "It is exceedingly doubtful
whether the various religious
sects and denominations which
exist in this country can remain
immune to the general cultural
trends. Religious activities are not
isolated experiences; they will in-
fluence the culture of which they
are a part and be influenced by it;
WITNESS THE EVOLUTION OF
THE CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL
AS A GENERAL ACTIVITY
WHICH GOES FAR BEYOND
ITS RELIGIOUS SIGNIFI-
CANCE."
It is generally agreed by
scholars that the Christmas tree
and the Chanuka menorah both
stem from pagan ceremonials. It
is no coincidence that both holi-
days fall in December, when the
days are beginning to lengthen
a time for jubilation among pagan
peoples. It is characteristic of
both Christianity and Judaism
that, instead of doing away with
intrenched pagan observances,
they have retained them and giv-
en them new meanings. The
Menorah, it has been said, is
really the simulation of the
branches of the elm. Pagans wor-
shipped trees. God is revealed to
Moses in the burning bush. It is
the spirit and meaning which is
important.
Peace on earth, good wilt to
men; giving and receiving pres-
ents, and Jew and Christian feel-
ing each other's heart beatwish
it would only carry over through-
out the year. If Chanuka suffers
a little, it is still far better than
impressing on our children that
there is a wall between them and
their non-Jewish friends. They
will grow up to be good Jews if
they are children of truly good
Jews.
Yes, my children had Christmas
trees when they were little. My
dear departed wife, too, when she
was a child. It did not make them
any worse Jews.
Many of our ceremonials and
observances termed religious are
in reality Jewish folkways.
Christmas celebrations, aside from
any religious significance, have
become an American folkway into
Jews are irresistably
drawn.
The essence of true religion
transcends all dogmas and creeds
and encompasses all mankind.
There is a faint glimmer of this
true religion at the Chanuka and
Christmas season. Why fight
against it?
Sincerely
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Editor. The Jewish Floridian
Dear Mr. Shochet:
In the December 1 edition of
The Jewish Floridian you man-
aged somehow to include enough
of the Christmas spirit to indicate
some peculiar trends in Judaism,
as The Floridian would have us
view it: Al Siegal and his Christ-
mas tree, a Yiddishe Santa Claus
from Denver and a Jew who I
wears a Catholic medal with his,
mezuzah.
Now that the Yom Tov is over j
you seem to find words too limit- j
ing for expressing the wonders of
the Christmas season in the Jew- i
ish community, so we are treated I
on page 5 A of the December 29 j
issue ... to a photograph of the'
Holsum Bakery all decorated for
the thousands of motorists who
pass the bakery on South Dixie
Highway.
Honestly. Mr. Shochet, I am
frightened by your utter lack of
respect for the Jewish sensitivi-
ties of the families who subscribe
to The Floridian. After all, yours |
is a publication limited in scope
to the needs of the Jewish people!
of Miami, and Christmas, a;
beautiful expression of Christian j
religious festivity, is Christian, |
not Jewish. The paper, an organ
of the Jewish community, should '
take no part in the festivities of j
this Christian holiday, neither in (
its news columns, its editorial
comment or its advertisements.
This is naturally true of anything
which conflicts with any basic
Jewish value.
Might I say that The Floridian
is generally of finer tenor than
most of its sister sheets lost in
the jungle of meretricious medio-
crity which is the Anglo-Jewish
press in America. I certainly
hope The Floridian will improve
as time goes on with features such
as "I'll Say," not handwriting
analyses, and maintain under
your responsible editorship, Mr.
Shochet, a positive Jewish in-
fluence in our community. (But
do realize that even editor's notes
cannot take the sting out of
maliciousness.)
Please accept this note in the
friendship it is written My
best wishes.
DAVID J. JACOBS
New York City
(The writer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, former
resident of Miami now residing
in St. Louis, is a student at Jewish
Theological Seminary, New York.
The Ed.)
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Fifth in a series of film forums
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center will take place Tuesday
evening, January 16. on the topic,
"Sports Around the World."
Guest speaker will be Morris
McLemore, sports editor and radio
columnist, and a sports film will
be shown.
Chairmen for the evening will
be Abe Cutler and Frank C. Rose,
co-chairmen of the center's ath-
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Jewisli Fhrldlinr
PAGE 7B
[echler Named
defense Head
imen's Council
fclliam Hcchler has been
chairman of the civil
[c rnmittee of the B'nai
omen's Council, it hasj
jounced by Mrs. Nathan I
president.
le "f the defense commit- |
be to coordinate the
registration and cduca-
lograms with those of the
frith Council of South
lommittee, under Mrs.
aims to enroll all mem- j
Jen separate B'nai B'rith
units into gome branch !
/il defense service.
timately 800 are expected
\T within the next three i
Hechler stated.
iH'rith Lodges
btiate Jan. 14
B'rith Lodges of Ft.
lair and Hollywood will
j initiation meeting at
V od Jewish Center on
i. y c vening, January 17,
announced by Judge
ver, president of the
1 B'nai B'rith Coun-
1 team composed of
Ige past presidents and
Iw.ll officiate at the color-
i nies, according to
[president, Sidney Arono-
y&Wi UandwAiiUiq,
PERSONAL SERVICE through
handwriting analysis, by David
Meyer. There is nothing more re-
vealing of your character, per-
sonality and vocational traits and
aptitudes than your handwriting.
Have David Meyer, trained and
experienced handwriting psycho-
logist, give you a psychological
check-up. Send at least 12 lines
written with pen and inkno ball
pointin self-addressed, stamped
envelope with 50 centsno stamps
to David Meyer, The Jewish
Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami,
Florida.
The following specimen was
submitted by the internationally
famous exponent of modern,
Hatian, West Indies and African
dances. Miss Pearl E. Primus. I
interviewed Miss Primus for this
paper after her conceit last Sun-
day in New York.
I was eager to see whether Miss
Primus' writing corresponded to
the vibrancy, warmth, remarkable
beat and rhythm of her dancing.
Miss Primus consented to write a
few lines for me right after her
concert. And I was very happy to
find the correspondence was
there.
Alien Registration Starts At HIAS
m the ritual squad are
A. Friedman, Associate
,'illiam L. Pallot, Louis
Sherburt Weiss and
m yvis.
t^ ntatives from the eight
the Greater Miami area
m hand to bring official
I to the newly initiated
;. Presidents Louis Char-
Hollywood and Daniel
if Ft. Lauderdale are in
Jot the program.
Unveiling
Ution of a monument to
entry of the late Jacob
formerly president of the
)n Block Company, and
faded at 3710 S.W. 27th St.,
le place Sunday, January
QS p.m. at the Workmen's
plot of Mt. Sinai Cemetery,
alilii Morris Skop officiat-
Lcvine is survived by
le. Ida; two sons, Murray
n, of the Sampson Block
ly; two daughters, Estelle
Id Fiances Landers; three
Mrs. Jessie Miller, Mrs.
irabowitX and Mrs. Eva
Levine was a member of
rkmen's Circle Branch 692.
Beach, and of the Coral
Jewish Center.
_ngements are in charge of
|'s Miami Monument Co.
and relatives are asked
resent
ian Unveiling
indication of a monument
memory of the late Ida
an. formerly of 1012 Euclid
Iwill take place Sunday,
Jy 14 at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
|ry with Rabbi Leon
officiating. Mrs. Mehl-
survived by her husband,
son Harold and two
ITS, Mrs. Sally Krone and
lorcnce Lowenstein. Ar-
fents are in charge of
rs Miami Monument Co.
and relatives are asked
Id.
The rippling rhythm of the
writing and the warm, pulsating
pressure reveal a strong sense of
organized movement, freedom in
self-expression, easy and natural
self-articulation, vitality, earthi-
ness "joie de vivre." Miss Primus
has the gift of thinking and feel-
ing in images, a gift which all
poets must have. The broad mid-
dle zone tells us she possesses
inner balance, power of emotion,
a keen ense of form and beauty.
While susceptible to aesthetic
stimulation. Miss Primus is al-
ways under self-control, very
orderly in her work and life. The
gentle curves connecting the
letters tell us she is adaptable,
elastic and smooth in social rela-
tions. They also tell us she has
self-confidence, ready sympathy
with her fellow humans and is
eminently a womanly woman. The
slant to the right, in combination
with the other qualities I have
mentioned, tells us that Miss
Prmius loves to do a thing for its
own sake, provided her heart is
in it.
The high, flowing capitals in
her name billow like scarves in a
dance. And the capital E re-
sembles a G-Clef. a sign of her
musical talents. The high capitals
! also indicate that Miss Primus has
! identified herself with high
spiritual and ego values, has
strong drives toward achievement
and is a born leader in her field.
While an outgoing and warm
person. Miss Primus knows how
to keep the world at sufficient
distance in order to protect her
need to cultivate her personality
and concentrate on her work.
There is no indiscriminate gre-
gariousness about her. Note the
long end-strokes to some of her
words. They are symbolic of the
outstretched arm keeping time-
wasters at a distance.
The angular lower loops to some
of her words disclose some
quaintness and possible eccen-
tricites of temperament. But.
then, where is the creative artist
without a quirk or two?
Edward J. Shaughnessy. director of the New York District of
the U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, right, and Isaac
L. Asofiky. executive director of HIAS. Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society, assist aliens lo fiU out registration forms in compliance
with the Internal Security Act of 1950 at HIAS headquarters in
New York. Under the law all aliens except those here regally on
a visitor's vise had to register with the Department of Immigration
and Naturali7ation no later than January 10. In this area the Miami
Section of the National Council of Jewish Women assisted im-
migrants with filling out the forms. Shown here are Mrs. Lea
Beatus and Abraham Lesser, both Polish, while Mrs. Beatus' son,
Mosche. three, waits.
Flamingo Lodge
To Moot Jan. 17
Flamingo Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will meet on Wednesday evening.
January 17, at the Hialeah Jewish
Community Center, 950 E. 4th
Ave., Hialeah, it is announced by
Ben Bloom, president.
Harold Lebow, Americanism
chairman will report on the or-
ganization's three-fold service
program extending assistance to
the armed forces, civil defense
and disabled veterans.
Dr. Nathan Friedman of Miami
Springs, vice president, will pre-
side in the absence of President _
Ben Bloom who will attend the i
Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale
Lodges' initiation ceremonies in
Hollywood that evening.
Hebrew Academy Unit
Presents Original Skit
An original skit, "And a Little
Child Shall Lead Them." written
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Academy,
was presented over station WINZ
Tuesday evening.
The cast of Hebrew Academy
Women included Mrs. Alfred
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[JANUARY 12, 1951
'Jewlsti IksiJitr
PAGE 9 B
1951 Program Calls for Medical,
relfare9 Emigration Aid for 400,000
.JBk....
Highlighting the 36th annual
meeting of the Joint Distribution
Committee, held in New York
City January 6. was the adoption
of the agency's 1951 program, call-
ing for aid to more than 400,000
Jews in Europe, Moslem areas and
Israel. JDC's budget of S22.350.000
for the coming year provides: 1)
continued medical. reHef and
child-care aid, including expanded
feeding and educational programs
for North African Jewish youngs-
ters (above, left); 2) increased
responsibility for MALBEN, or-
ganization aiding aged, ill and
handicapped newcomers to Israel
like this immigrant shown de-
barking at Haifa (above, right);
and 3) continued aid to men,
women and children emigrating
to the United States, like this DP
family (left), Canada, Australia
and other lands.
'inted i
st Supports
eiense Program
Hruce Brown Post 174
wish War Veterans re-
nt on record as support-
civil defense program.
jting scheduled for Wed-
anuary 10, at 8 p.m. at
El Center will be de-
rofiistration of all un-
members of the post
i.ny for volunteer serv-
ile Dade County Civil
luncil.
Morris, recently ap-
' chairman of civilian
need that the post
irate 100 percent with
se officials.
ly "f the pamphlets,
; Atomic Attack."
Women Present
roice Of The Turtle"
Hi ach Jewish Center
Jd will present John Van
successful Broadway
"The Voice of the Tur-
Vednosday, January 31,
Inter patio, according to
pcement by Mrs. Ira C.
president. The frothy
Jracter offering will be
arena style.
I arc now available at the
flue, and proceeds are
for the maintenance
renter religious school
issued by the National Security
Resources Board, have been se-
cured for distribution to members
of the post.
Sid Horn, junior vice com-
mander, has made arrangements
for the showing of an appropriate
film.

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+Jeistrh*i Peerce Says Singers
Are Human, Too
p.. : |i
Jan
Young Zionists
To Hold llaiiro
about
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big upstairs and cnwn. I-.. look ....
jLeoS beland
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v that ab ut P I
Munsel, Lily P
ten, Blanche Theb im1 could &>
(>n much An se who
I ones sing, say the
Is, d i very nicely
nk you."
rce, who has
the I p ma donnas
. why so i
of wild
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said. .
for the star to I But
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late
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to work w ith."
I good 1

Mencc' N. F, her, executive director of the Jewish National Fund, was honored at recti
tlic home ef R ng I.ehrman during the JNf leader's recent visit here. Plars for
jubilee celebration to be marked in th:s area in M.irch were discussed. Pictured here (seated,
Dr. Jacob H. Kapl.'n. prescient of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association; Leon J. EK. ciii
the local JNF Council: Fisher: Rabbi Joseph E. Rarkovsky; ((standing, s.-me order) Arthur:
executive director of the Southeast Region of the JNF; the Rev. Philip Fried: Rsifc
Mc^cheloff: Rcbbi Murray Grauer: Rabbi Alexander Gross; and Rabbi Moshay P. Mann.
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JANUARY 12. 1951
+Jewist Fk>rid/an
PAGE 11 B
,ood To Meet
Jing of the Sisterhood of
li Hebrew School and
Ition is slated for Tues-
lary 16, at 1 p.m. at the
LEGAL NOTICE
SGAL NOTICE
;e by publication
circuit court of tiik
TII JUDICIAL circuit
|l> FOR DADE COUNTY,
>.\. IN CHANCERY, No.
Ri iSENRERG, plaintiff, vs.
ItoSKXREK':. Defendant.
Ri ISKN 111 :ri I,
IDA NT:
quired to serve a copy of
ber to the mil of Complain)
. Mi >r: i( >.\
B 120 Lincoln Road,
. l>. Flor da, and fib the
Hi- office of Hi- Clerk of
iii i .mi on or bi
I9.1I. otherwise, said Dill will
[a- confessed b) you.
Illi 8 da) of January, A 11
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
I* ihe iCircuit i,ourt.
M Hi
By K ll. RICE, JR.,
Deput) Clerk.
MCE BY PUBLICATION
i 'llti 'I IT i 'i i| III' i >F THE
fl'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
l.M'i: COUNTY, FLORIDA.
k.NCBRY. No. Ui
ri Sf'HWEITZER, Plaintiff,
ROLD SCHWEITZER, De-
t>LD SCHWEITZER
IStreet
i. Alabama
IRK REQUIRED to iv- a
answer to the Bill of
(i on iii- plaintiffs Attorneys
ih- original answer in the
ih- Clark of the Circuit
or before the nth day of
1951, in tin- above entitled
divorce, otherwise Decree
i will be entered against
llns 5th day of January,
B. B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
| Court Seal*
By WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
PAS, MA Kit & FLOYD
for Plaintiff
i\ in* Pudding
Florida
LLACE n. MAKit
el
If 2
ICE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT CdCItT (ll THE
L'DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANCERY. No. 13770(1.
OSHEROFF and ANNA
MFF. his wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
LEVIN and AUDREY 1.
. also known as AUDREY
li wife, Defendants.
LEVIN and
IV I. I.EVIN,
MtV Mill
IR8ITV CITY, MISSOURI.
n rcipilred to serve a copy
iswer to the Rill of Complaint
foi Declaratory Decree and
lief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney
e the original Answer In the
bf the Clerk of the Circuit
. before the 12 day of
\ 11 IHI; otherwise, the
Complainl heretofore filed
III I- taken as confessed bj
ll' Hi Miami, Florida, this 5
i 11, 1951.
i: It LEATHERMAN.
k of the Circuit Court
I tode 1 'ouiity. Florida
Seal)
li) WM W. stuck 1 Mi.
Deputy Clerk,
Vddresa of
Solicitor:
I H LYONS,
I Bldg.
IE da,
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
: IH HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, desiring to enlace In
.11*1-!' the fictitious name of
|R .11 818 N.E. 22nd Street,
1.1. intends to register
with the clerk of the 1 lircuit
1 >ade 1 'ounty, Flot Ids
RAYE TEIi'KI.II.M'M
Sol- owner
pTONE
for Raye Teitelbaum
"Kress Building
Fla.
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|ci: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
|erslgned, desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
Hoii's Bar at 9:1 N.W. 1st Street.
to register said name with
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida,
civic BAR INC.
, A Fl.....la Corp. owner
B. lli:i M A x A KAPLAN
>s for Applicant
>-ld Bldg.
2*i 2/2
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ NAME LAW
l< i: IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
leislgncd, desiring to engage In
Jy under the fictitious name ,,t
11 aim lieiidix Laundryette ut
11. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida,
1 to register said name with the
ftf Hi- Circuit Court of Dade
Florida
Mlts. LENA KOSKNISAUM,
IBole owner
1V.....NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN 1 HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND Pint DADE COt'NTV
E1.oi:.|,a ,N PTOBATE.No:
In Re: ESTATE OF
FLORA L. BROWN,
1 < ceased,
To All creditors and All Persona Hav.
eS t '"' ",'""""ls Against Bald
You, and each ..r you, are hereby
notlfii 'i and required to present any
claims and demands which you. 01
< you, ma) i, lv< aga 1,-1 the
1. Brown, deceai d,
late ol Miami, Dade Countv, PI.....1 ,
V, 1 '/"," ,U ''" B'*nton, Co,mi.'
Judge of pade 1 ount; and til- thi
B?me, '" h i the Count)
muse In Dade Counl .
within elghl calendar month from the
date ol I ., first publication hereof,
alms or demands to co 1 In thi
''- ;l nddrew of the claimant and to
'"'. BWi to an 1 presi nt< 1 ai afore-
said, r same will be bai ri .1 Si 1
Hi tloii 120 of the !" bate Act.
Dat' I, A.D. 1951
, ,. HELEN I. BROWN,
As Executrix of th 1.asi W
"estamenl Flora L. Brown
ised.
MYERS, HEIM \ X & KAPLAN
Attorm for 1
1/12-19 26 2 2
LEGAL NOTICE
'
LEGAL NOTICE
. .,.N,9TICE BY publication
ix tiii: circuit court op 'I'lir
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1 F FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE
'<> vry. ix chancery, No.
'MAIM SHEPKEL GRUSKY
Ri di in In;,Mown
You ai requil rve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com'-
piaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original
answer In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
.". day of February, A.D. 1951; other-
wise, the BUI of Complaint for Divorci .
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the :i
day of January, 1881.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of ,h- Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
10X1 Beybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AJAX OPTICAL MFC. CO. (Not Inc.)
at 5421-5423 North West 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY B, STEIN
BENJAMIN B, STEIN
JULIUS EDINSON
EI.RY STONE
Attorney for
AJAX OPTICAL MFC. CO. (Not Inc.)
1010 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
1/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notlco is hereby given that the
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.
WILMAM SCHWARTZ,
RUTH SCHWARTZ.
12/22-29 1/5-12
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IX THE NAME AND BY TIIK AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ADD To WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL (OME, GREET-
INGS
This is to certify that, whereas,
Marx M Eahci, Miami, Ha.
Bess Rosen, Miami. Fla.
Ann BmagaJ, Miami. Fla,
did on (he nth day of March, A.D.
1949, caused to be Incorporated under
the provision! of Chapter 10096. Laws
of Florida, Acti of 1925, carlaxn.
INC., a corporation, with its principal
place Of business at Miami. Dade
County, in the stale of Florida, and
whereas the proper officers of such
corporation did on the 29th day of
December, A.D. 1950, cause to be filed
in the office of the Secretary of State
of the state of Florida, a dulj au-
thenticated resolution adopted by the
stockholders under the provisions "t
said Chapter lliis.ifi, Laws ol Florida,
Arts of 1925, Showing the dissolution
of such corporation, and the Becretar)
of State is satisfied that the require-
ments of law have been complied with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto Set my hand and
have affixed thi Great Seal of the
stai- -r Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the twenty-ninth
da) of December, A.D. 1950.
lSKA'-) R. A. GRAY.
Secretary of Btate.
1/11/51 _____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami 01
Frank's Liquor Mar at 8108 Red.Road,
MONTAGUE MAX VANTON, De-
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK HAMP8EY,
Sole (twner
BERICK AND BHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln ltd.
i 19-88 ______
J5 HITLIN & COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
136,878-B.
EXCHANGE BUFFET, INC., a Flor-
ida corporation. Plaintiff, vs. EX-
CHANGE PROPERTIES, INC., S
Florida corporation, SHERIFF OF
DADE COUNTY, ANTHONY CAK-
RICATT1 and CARL CARRICATTI,
doing business under the name of
Exchange Buffet Restaurant, and
KITTY BLOOM, Defendants
Tl >: KITTY BLOOM
c 0 Loeweys
77 has- Avenue
Y< nkei b, New York
to all persons claiming or having
any Interest to the following chattels
secured by that mortgage filed In
Chattel Mortgage Book 828, page 19
of the public reords of Dad- County,
FI01 Ida:
All of the restaurant equipment
and kitchen equipment contained
in tli- premises known as num-
bers 810 X. E. Second Street and
:;D' X. E. Second Strei 1. In Mi-
ami, Dad- Countv. Florida, In-
cluding the following restaurant
and kitchen equipment, to-wit:
Ni on Signs.
1 Celling Fan.
1 Btanley Knlghl Soda Fountain, u1
with I horsepower compressor.
1 SI Unless Steel Refrigerated Salad-
Sai dw ii Unll with 1 -' horsepow-
er "in;.1 esa ii complete.
2 Toastmaster Tos
: Universal Waffle Mai-nine.
1 Mosl-y Safe.
42 Foot Stainless Steel Lunch Count-
er.
12 Chromium Leather Upholstered
B tools.
8 Formica Tables and Plastic Up-
holstered Lounge 1 tooths.
8800.00 worth of Mirrors, Walled
and back bar of Soda Fountain.
Slain!, ss SiI Service Counter and
Btalnless B.....I Walled shelves.
1 Stainless Steel Bteam Table.
1 Garland Range.
1 PitCO I': viator.
1 Garland Broiler.
1 Wood Worktop Table 5'.
1 McCray Refrigerator, lfi cubic feet
with 1 horsepower compressor.
1 Universal Dishwashing Machine.
1 Sheet Metal Sink, Drainboard.
1 Walk-in Refrigerator Box 6x6.
Kitchen Hood.
1 Blower Fan.
I Chopper and Mixer No. 855469.
1 National Cash Register No. 41
776 40.
1 Malted Milk Machine Hamilton
Reach No. 33.
1 Slicing Machine (Hobart) No. 2769.
1 Meat Block.
5 Garbage Cans.
1 I>arge Hanging Scale
2 Dam- Standing Fans 26", 3 Blade.
4 Cake Stainless Steel Stands.
2 Pie Show Cases.
15 Napkin Dispensers.
24 Banana Spilt Holders and Sun-
daies.
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 Bill
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 tin, Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Aronovlts and
Aronovltz. 748 Seybold Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In^he office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on _or
before the 15th 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 FWidian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Hoi-Ida, this 14th day of December,
1950, A.D.
E B. LEATHKRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W, STOCKING.
Depute Clerk.
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ,
74< 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.
85087.
In Re: ESTATE OF
JACK M. BRAHAM8,
I let-eased.
To All 1-Miiiiois and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
clalmi ami demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of JACK M. BRAHAMS, de-
1 ased, late of Dad- County, Florida,
to the Hon. W, F BLANTI IN, Count)
Judge ol Dad- County, and fii,. the
sain- in his office in the 1
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within elghl 1 all n lai moi ths from
the date of the fin 1 publication hereof
Said claim or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to be
swot 11 to .1 n 1 p
or same will be bai
120 of the 193a P il \. 1
Date 1 >- 1 mi', r 22, \.\*. 19
MARY R, BRAH VMS,
As Executrix of the I.. -1 \\ ,11 and
Tei lament of JAI '.K M BRAHAMS,
1 1 eased,
BERICK ai .1 BHAPIRO
Attoraeya !: Executrix
12 29 1 5-12 19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A. AL- M. FURNITURE CO. (Not Inc.)
at 3S19 X. 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/B-U
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT court OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
127582
SHIRLEY VANTON, Plaintiff, vs.
MONTAGUE MAN VANTON, De-
fendant.
suit for DIVORCE
TO: Montague Max Vanton
120:tl Hoffman Street
Studio City. California
You Montague Max Vanton arc
hereby notified that a BUI 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 II111 of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. Hen Essen, Esq.,
bold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2 day
Of Fell, 1861. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you (or the relief demanded
in the 1:111 of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish I-'loi Idlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 2 day of Jan.. A.D. Ml.
B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court s
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
BEX ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
828 Beybold Bldg..
Miami. Fla. __
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/5-12-19-28 .
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND F( IR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
187442
HELEN JANOW8KI, Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN JAN( i\\ ski. Defendant.
TO: JOHN JANOWSKI,
:: 1 Qreenpolnt Avei tie,
Brooklyn, New York
You are required to serve copy of
'.our answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's atb
ami to fib- the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19 (\a\ 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,
10^3 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
12/22-29 1/5-12__________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/miDA, IX AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IX CHANCERY, No
137409.
HARRY FRIBSLBBBN, Plaintiff, vs.
GLADYS FRIE8LBBEN, Defendant.
TO: GLADYS FRIBSLEBEN,
c/o Elizabeth Post,
509 West L'12 Street
New York 34, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 19 day of Januarv,
A.D. 1951: otherwise, the BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will bo taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami, Forida, tills the
19 day of December. 1950.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Horlda.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
11/23-89 1/5-12
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 22889.
RE: ESTATE OF
LENA MARCUS.
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have
filed mv final reporl and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the -state of Lena Mar-us, deceased;
and that on the 2Tih day of January,
1951, will apply to the Honorable W f
Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of
Lena Marcus, deceased.
This 15th day of December, 1950.
MEYER MARCUS,
Administrator
MYERS, HEIMAN sV KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
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
MAR-VEL CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
at 3469 S. W. Sth St., Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RUTH ZWEIGBL.
HUTNER ft Hutner.
807 Olympia Bldg., Miami,
Attorneys for Ruth Zueigel.
18/88-89 1/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
RE-NU-IT OF FLORIDA
at 1029 N. W. 88th Street, Miami, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
JOSEPH PAULEN and
NORMAN R 'SENHAIN.
MAMRER & LIFTER,
350 Lincoln Rd.
il' 82-89 1/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Adelaide Court Apartments at 845-51
S. W. 18th Court, Miami. Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Horlda.
N. J. BERMAN.
sole owner
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicant
12/22-29 1/5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURff OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE 10INTV.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
187518.
MARY J. AMENDOLA, Plaintiff, vs.
.mux FRANCIS AMENDOLA, BR.,
1 lefendant.
To: Mr. John Francis Amendola, Sr.,
c/o Mrs. Mich iel Itaroii-
6817 Myrtle Avenue
Glendafe, l>nc. island. New York
YOU IRE HEREBY REQUIRED to
a 1 opy ol 1 "iii An.- er to the
Bill of Complaint in the abovi cause
for Divorce, on the plaintiff's at-
torn-.-. .". and fill I 11 1 1 In thi
offli e of ii- 1 ;ierk of the
on or I- (! Januai y i, 1951, ol
wise said Bill of Complaint will i"
taken coi I ou,
Dated this 87 da) ol 1......Ix
E. I: LEATHERMAN,
ci.rk of the Circuit 1 lourt,
1 >adi Cou F"loi Ida.
ai t Seal)
B) : W .1. W. STOCKING,
MYERS, lll'IM \.\ ,\ KAPLAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
..... Seybold Building
1 lot Ida
: 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN
the 'i
the I titio
SHIRWYND APARTMENTS at num-
ber 601 75th Streel
. I:. ach, Florida, Intend to ri
t-r the said name with the Clei'
the 1 lircuit Court ol U
Forida.
BENJAMIN KCHANFALD
PEARL SCHANFALD
GENET ft GENET
Attorneys for a
Uu Lincoln Road
18/88-89 1/5-18
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE ('( lUNTY, FL4 IRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 187438.
ACNES CECILIA MARSHALL I
tiff, vs. EVERETT MARSHALL,
Defendant.
TO: EVERETT MARSHALL
Rockvllle, Rhode Island
You are hereby notified thai s Bill
of Complaint for Divorce hai been
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer to tho Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney and file the original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or before th-
ill day of January, 1951: otherwise,
the allegations of said Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 20th day of December.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE 11:.
1 '.! ity Clerk.
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
IJ J2-2:i 1 5-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
187602.
FLORENCE WHITMAN. Plaintiff, vs.
MURRAY whitman, also known
as MORRIS WHITMAN, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MURRAY WHITMAN, also known
as MORRIS WHITMAN
HL'l Cone) Island Avenue,
Brooklyn. New York
You. MURRAY WHITMAN. also
known as MORRIS WHITMAN, are
hereby notified that a BUI 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
plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Essen, 888
Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office of tin- Clei k of the 1! 1
Court on or before the L'-: day of Jan .
1951. If Vou fail to do so. judgment
by d-fault will be taken against you
for tho relief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onci
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Floridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 26 day of Dec, A I'
1950,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit court. Dad.- County, Florida,
til Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
823 .-' ybold Bldg..
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/29 1/6-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
137501.
CLAIRE ZATINSKY. Plaintiff, vs.
MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MILTON ALLEN ZATINSKY
188 Wi st 18th Street
New York City, Xew York
You. Milton Allen Zatinsky,
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are icipiircd to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on th,
plaintiff's Attorney, BEX E88EN,
ESQ., 888 Seybold Building, Miami.
Florida, and file th.....-iglnal Answei
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
{< day or Jan., 1851. if you fall to do
so, Judgment by default will l>- I
agalnal you for the relief demai
In the Bill of Complaint.
This ii-ti-e shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week
In The Jewish Floridian,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 20 day of Dec., A.D
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl<
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEX x
823 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/29 1/5-12-19


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