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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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ll Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
24NUMBER 3
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
fain To Reply
Arms Sale
1951 Combined Appeal Goal Set at $1,470,570
$425,850 Pledged
At Dinner Tuesday
Pledges of $425,850 were made
by nearly 200 members of the
very restricted exceptions
tte made to countries like
, Jordan and Iraq, with
Britain has special treaties.
will be permitted to buy
)N, (JTA)The British
ament will deliver within!
I days its final reply to Is-
| request for a long list of I
land equipment submitted
jnths ago, it was learned;
|his week. Similar replies
sent to other Middle-East-
juntries which have been Greater Miami Jewish community I
to purchase British equip- at a dinner given by the initial
gifts unit of the 1951 Combined
governments will be in- Jewish Appeal on Tuesday night
that no heavy equipment t at Westview Country Club.
s. engines, trucks, and large The pledges followed an ad-
minswill be available for'dress by James G. McDonald,
. Middle East countries, former U. S. Ambassador to Is-
rael.
McDonald, who recently re-
turned from Israel after spending
two and a half years there, told
:he group that Miami must set an
limited replacements, but example for the entire country in
Ik of British production of fund-raising. He pointed out that j
the tiny country's population had
increased from 700,000 to 1,500,- |
000 in that time and said he
thought that there was room for
another 1.500.000.
"Israel is firmly rooted in the
principles of democracy," he said.
"She will become increasingly
Western in orientation and will
be a vital base for the west in the
east."
The women's gift unit obtained
pledges of $69,000 Tuesday after-
noon at a tea at the home of Mrs.
Max Orovitz, 6000 North Bay
Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Kurt
Laemmle, a member of the na-
tional executive committee of the
women's division of the United
Jewish Appeal, was principal
speaker, and Mrs. James G. Mc-
Donald was guest of honor.
Co-chairmen of the affair were
Mrs. Leonard Abess and Mrs.
Jack Ablin.
Representatives from all Jewish
women's groups in the communi-
ty attended the College of Com-
munity Knowledge on Thursday.
January 18, at the Saxony Hotel.
The session got under way with
greetings from college president,
Mrs. Louis Glasser; the dean, Mrs.
iX*'
jjese items is reserved for
jritish forces and for the At-
allies.
all arms of certain types,
[equipment and mortars will
bailable for Israel, it was in-
d. However, not the latest
[of mortars, which are said
of revolutionary design.
fab* Oppose
aeli Peace
tie In Korea
IKE SUOCESSi Jan. 14 (JTA)
ab opposition to Israel's role
Korean cease-fire resolu-
this week-end resulted in
elimination of the resolution
iuced in the United Nations
lical Committee by Aubrey
last Friday for a progressive
e-fire to be followed by a
lerence on Far Eastern prob-
The earlier proposal by the
- man truce committee
ir in a number of respects
ne Israel planwas adopted
Bad.
last minute Arab revolt
Inst the Israel resolution was
bessful despite the fact that
^thcr delegation appeared will-
to propose a resolution on a
ean settlement. Earlier the
Jbs had supported the princi-
contained in the Israel reso-
>n, but later threatened to ab-
or vote against it.
fter the Arab threats the Poli-
Committee recessed for pri-
conference among the 12-
iber Asian-Arab group. When
econvened, the Mexican dele-
ion proposedas a point of or-
-that the truce committee's
iciples be adopted at once "at
I organic whole.' This move re-
ived Israel sponsorship from
proposition.
i The board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation at a meeting last Thursday night in Kaplan Hall
I acted on recommendations of the budget committee and adopted
a goal of $2,470,570. This is the third largest goal in the history
of Federation, $411,167 less than 1949's record shattering
$1,881,737 and $10,576 less than The 21-man budge.t committee
last year's total. '< has been meeting since September
Last year, however, only about to analyze and discuss all ap-
$1,200,000 was collected, and al- plications. George Chertkof is
locations had to be trimmed. Mi- chairman of the group.
ami's original allocation of $810.- I members include Ira Walsey,
000 to the' United Jewish Appeal Henry Wolff, Harold hunger-
was reduced to $583,487, and leider, I. L. Mintzer, M. J. Kopel-
other agencies took proportionate | owitz. Milton
cuts.
Included in this .
is the new Jewish Vocational Morris Skop.
Phillips, Irving Cypen, Milton
year's budget Friedman. Ehiel Lef^er. Rabbi
Ilka Chase
Jack Tanen-
Krieger Fink and
baum, illustrator.
Mrs. Louis Glasser presented
the 1951 chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, Samuel
Friedland ,at the luncheon ses-
sion. Following lunch drama class
was taught by "Prof." Ben Essen.
Participants were Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan, Stanley Chertkof, Linda Kap-
lan, Mr. and Mrs. I. Borisoff, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Weintraub, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Garison, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Olon and Henry Rose.
Mrs. S Alexander Brailove,
chairman of the women's division
of the United Jewish Appeal, was
principal speaker of the day. She
presented a loving cup to Mrs.
Carl Weinkle, chairman of the
women's gift unit of the 1950
campaign.
Mrs. Brailove will address Con-
gregation Beth David at late Fri-
day services on January 19 at
8:15 p.m. and will speak over
j Service, which seeks employment
for New Americans in the com-
imunity. The new agency, which
i was established about six months
ago, has placed almost all new-
comers in the area.
Organizations which were de-
nied inclusion in this year's
budget include Beth Medrash
Govoha, Chicago Medical School.
Jewish Chautauqua Society, Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency, National
Agricultural College, New York
University Jewish Culture Found-
ation, Rabbi Jacob Joseph School
and Mesifta. Rabbinical College
of Telshe, Rabbis Union of As-
sociation of New Americans, The-
ological Seminary Yeshivath
Benjamin Giller,
Sidney Ansin, Leo Chaikin, Sid-
ney Blumin, Harry Aberman,
Archie Greenberg. Emil Gould,
William Kneapler, Laurence
Levenson and Max C. Gettinger,
secretary. "*
Dingell Bill Referred
To House Committee
WASHINGTON, (JTA) In
bill introduced in the House of
Representatives by Congressman
John D. Dingell, under which up
to $500,000,000 could be granted
to Israel in an arrangement under
the Economic Cooperation Act of
referred to
1948. was this week
the House Committee on Foreign
Chachmey Lublin, Yeshiva Mesif- I Affairs. _____ _____________
ta Rabbi Solomon Kluger.-------------------------------------------------
A complete list of allocations approved by the board of governors
follows:
ISRAEL mmmm fison
American Committee for UIT...........................* ""
American Fund for Israel Institutions.................... **
Ezras Torah ...........' ; ;," :.................. 9 son
Federated Council of Palestine Institutions.............. *JW
Hadassah ............. -----*;................... in'nnn
National Committee for Labor Israel.....................
Pioneer Women's Organization.
5,100
Sylvia Chertkof; the registrar,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan; and visit-
ing chaplain. Dr. Donald Michel- I 6575 Allison Road, Miami Beach.
son of the University of Miami
Hillel Chapter.
First period was devoted to
journalism and conducted by
"Ptrof." Albert Comanor. Par-
ticipants were Bert Collier of the
Miami Herald and Harold Greens-
pan, New American.
Next period devoted to art was
38,750
NATIONAL AND OVERSEAS
station WKAT on Saturday. Jan- can a^^^ for Jewish Education............. JJJ
uary 20, at 6.4o p.m. SJL.i nvtth NVSA ............................. o.uuu
On Tuesday, January 23, at 2:30 B na, B nth NYSA.............. ...................... 500
p.m. the sponsor's division of the 1 JJ{*f*l v' v..;/..........,.......................... 200
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Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital.......................... M
National Jewish Welfare Board........ _;.-............50Q
Miami Principal speaker will be Ilka
Chase, star of stage, screen, radio
and television and author of sev-
eral best sellers.
That evening Gabriel Heatter,
well known radio newscaster, will
address 100 guests at the special
gifts dinner to be held at the
Casablanca Hotel. Herbert Scher
conducted by "Prof." Dorothy I is chairman.
Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service.
Yiddish Scientific Institute....................
750
19.775
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL
rael Army Leader
sported In Jordan
JERUSALEM. Jan. 14 (JTA)
Moshe Dayan, war-time com-
fcnder of Israel forces in Jeru-
em and since then one of the
/ish state's top negotiators with
Arab states and the United
tions staff in Palestine has ar-
^ed at Jordan King Abdullah's
iter palace for "secret negoti-
ans for a peace treaty." the Da-
Iscus radio declared today. In
broadcast monitored here, the
rian announcer said that Jor-
is demanding possession of
former Arab sections of the
as its price for peace,
fsrael authorities here, however,
claim all knowledge of such a
lit and negotiations,
leanwhile, it was learned to-
that Lt. Col. Shaul Ramati,
t\. Dayan's successor as head
the Israel delegations to the
iced armistice commissions, met
It week with Lt. Col. Azmi
shashibi, his Jordan counter-
rt, in private talks about the
rael-Jordan dispute over the
nth road. As a result of the
feting, a full session of the
Ixed armistice commission will
convened Tuesday.
250
100
350
100
Dropsie College.......----- .............
Hebrew Teachers Training School for Girls.............
Hebrew Theological College of Chicago.................
Jewish Teachers Seminary.............................. Jjjjj
Jewish Theological Seminary............................
National Council of Beth Jacob Schools.................
Ner Israel Rabbinical College.... ................
Rabbi Chaim Berlin Mesifta and Yeshiva..............
Rabbi Israel Meyer Hacohen Seminary..................
Torah Umesorah .....................................
. United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth..........................
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta....................
] Yeshiva University ............................:.....
100
200
250
100
300
150
500
2.000
5.900
CIVIC DEFENSE
i American Jewish Congress............................. ^"""
Jewish Labor Committee...............................
: Joint Defense Appeal.................................
5.000
20.000
30.000
LOCAL AGENCIES
Bureau of Jewish Education...........................
Jewish Home for the Aged..........................
Jewish Centers Association..........................
JSSB (Refugee Program)............................... l"
Jewish Vocational Service.............................. 133*000
Mount Sinai Hospital................................
National Council of Jewish Women..................
.. ov> T..ih leader* pledged $425,850 to the 1951 Com-
Nearly 200 J.whl..^rPag dinner Tuesday night at
bined Jewish APP"1 "l hearing Jam.. G. McDonald, retiring
?^r.2S2L S; ^SStUi^SSliSS. '-cob Sher. (standing, mm
jo r.) McPn'^' T'XJ McDonald ha. accepted the chairman-
S" ftLSSm%"SSdl r the $500,000,000 bond ta. to be
floaU ta IhVOnlSa State, by Ih. goY.mm.nt of tad.
*51.560
120.000
100.000
5.680
460.641
GRAND TOTAL ............................... 555.269
Tentative Recommendation. The JHA tentative allocation
includes a reserve for expanded operations at Douglas
Gardens. lg 500
Contingencies ....................................... 6 5Q0
JSSBAdvance' for 1950 Deficit......................... fi?500u
United Jewish Appeal----- -----'AiliiZ.................. ins'jm
Administration and Campaign (GMJF).................. }5,bzi
Reserve for Collection Losses..................... "-J
TOTAL ......................................*1,4''D u


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as initial speaker. The
seminar will continue for six
Tin sdays, with sessions from ii
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various Jewish schools. Firs:
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any books and m
including "Changing Conceptions
in Jewish Education," editor of
countless texts on Jewish history
and cusl id lecturer on
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Sciences and n included in
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PAGE 3 A
7/ Say...
?ing from Berlin to Frankfort, I thought of
Christian Anderson's sketches What the Moon
This banish humanitarian tells how the moon
through the lattice of a house in the Frank-
[Ghetto and sees the widow of May*r Amshel
Bthild sitting alone, thinking of her 5 sons who
ed as financial kings in London. Paris, Vienna,
s, and their home town Frankfort. Though she
have at her disposal a sumptuous palace any-
fe in Europe, she preferred to live in the old
lo home, which had been shared with the
family, and where her boys were born.
iisappearance.
took about 2 hours to find a pension; for all
able rooms in the few hotels spared by the
busters were occupied by travelers or by
rican officials of the U. S. headquarters in
tern Germany. I rushed out to see the oldest, the
famous ghetto in Europe. But it was not to be
ted. The walls had disappeared long ago. The
ien 5-story houses in the narrow streets had
igh the centuries been destroyed by fires, one
irhich is described by the youthful Goethe, who
cd to put out the flames. Neither the Rothschild
Be nor Boerne's home stands. During the war
were bombed out, together with churches,
Is, convents, and other ancient landmarks. I had
>nsole myself with inspecting Goethe's birthplace
iding nearby, which was also bombed, but re-
structed since.
\.amentable Phase.
\c quaint ghetto may be a romantic sight for the
ireler. But for the residents it was a narrow, over
ided quarter, the stifling and squalid Judengasse.
the traveler is neenly disappointed in not finding
ingle relic. For centuries, it was the Jewish
te that harboured generations who knew no other
ne. At sunset its gates were locked by armed
L'tnen, who prevented ingress and egress until
following morning. It was also closed on Sun-
FC*
The Vanished Ghetto Of Frankfort
days, Christian and Jewish holidays, and on festive
occasions such as the public celebration of the em-
peror's coronation.
The denizens of the Ghetto had neither civil rights,
economic freedom, nor political security. Petty an-
noyances were often devised by the Frankfort coun-
cil, to harass and embitter the pent up dwellers,
whose circumscribed lives were cut off from the
stream of European thought and action. It was no
place for romance, for physical well being, for men-
tal enlargement. The inmates had to obtain permits
to leave its walls. When traveling, their safety was
in jeopardy from hoodlums, who were fully aware
that the victims had little rights and less protection.
Its Redeeming Features.
The Frankfort Ghetto was established in 1462. Dur-
ing 4 centuries, generations of Jewish residents were
born, lived and died within its walls. For. us interest
centers about the adjustment of human beings to a
straight jacket environment. Did they become de-
pressed automatons, pacing their prison walls without
spirit, purpose, or hope, waiting only the release of
death?
But the record reads therwise. The Ghetto,
charged with vitality, conserved energies bursting
through the seams. Its intellects were quickened by
intense study of Talmudic dialectics. Spiritual life
was nurtured by the Torah, the Kabbalah, and the
extensive literature of moralist writing. Daily inter-
course was regulated by a closely meshed system of
traditional law that provided for every contingency
from the cradle to the grave. The Ghetto might be
called a theocracy. Religion was the electric current
that vitalized its life with rich.emotion and spiritual
strivings. For the scorns and rebuffs of Gentile hos-
tility, the home and family compensated with love
and affection. The Synagogue served as school, club
and music hall, as well as house of prayer.
Its Compensation.
Every form of life has its compensations; otherwise
it could not survive. The Ghetto must have contained
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
some powerful attractions. For when human rights
were at long ast conferred in 1864, and residence no
longer restricted to the Judengasse, many families
refused to leave. They feared to lose the kindness,
the cooperation that made for a consciousness of
security. They valued the atmosphere of religious
warmth that hovered over their walled-in vicinity.
They were loath to forego the jroom life, the odour
of piety, the God fearing Mitzvoth, the prohibitions
to stay away from evil and sin; all of which they
instinctively felt would disappear in the world be-
yond the protective walls of the Ghetto.
It would be interesting to speculate upon the ef-
fect Ghetto life would have had upon any other
people. To Jews, in spite of the many serious handi-
caps that left their mark, the semi-medieval life
was neither shattering nor demoralizing. For upon
leaving the Judengasse, they had little difficulty in
making their mark upon new environments. The 5
Frankforters. as the Ghetto born sons of Mayer Am-
shel Rothschild were called, scored triumphs in the
strange milieu of European capitals. Ludwig Boerne,
descended from generations of Talmudic scholars,
quickly distinguished himself as a writer and thinker
in the battle for human rights. Other children of the
Ghetto wrested success and distinction of a world
neither too friendly nor too willing to accord tri-
umphs to unwelcome intruders.
The Old Cemetery.
The only visible remains of the Frankfort Ghetto
lie in the adjacent old cemetery. The earliest tomb-
stone dates back to the year 1272; the last burial was
in 1828. This graveyard parallels he vanished Juden-
gasse. Both were overcrowded for lack of space. The
five storied tenements on the narrow streets housed
families beyond capacity Frequently three slabs of
red sandstone upon a mound raised above the ground
level go to prove that three bodies, one above the
other, rest in a single grave. This beth olam remains
the symbolic prototype of the vanished Ghetto.
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Strassburg To Speak
Robert Strassburg, music con-
sultant for the Jewish Centers
Association, will usher in Jewish j
Music Month with a lecture on.
"The People Who Sing Livethe [
People Who Live Sing" on Fri- '
day, January 19. at 8 p.m. at the
services of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center. The Rev. Philip Fried
will officiate at the rites' which
are now being conducted at the
Biscayne Elementary School. 77th
St. and Dickens Ave., Miami
Beach.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19,
EDITORIAL
Jewish Musiv Festival
The tremendous interest .
throughout I in the coming of Jew
Music Festival, January 20 to Fr musl
come as a boon to members of the National
Jewish Music Council who have done so much to
popularize Jewish music in this country. The
National Jewish Welfare Bocrd-sponsored Council
having passed its musical novitiate-no longer
stands as a suppliant before the Jewish communi-
ty. On the contrary, it is now the recipient of
thousands of requests from every kind of Jewish
organization in this country and overseas for
guidance and program materials.
Herculean efforts have borne fruit. There has
grown up an interest in Jewish music that has
shown itself in research concerning its origins
here and its role in the evolution of American
music. Research reveals that the modem Jewish
muse movement in America is about half a
century old. Interest in the field has led to a proper
appraisal of the role of such figures in Jewish
music as Achron, Bloch, Binder, Yasser, Rosowsky
and others.
The work of the Councilon which 80 Jewish
organizations are representedhas given impetus
to the development cf an indigenous Jewish cul-
ture in this country, in which JWB through its
cultural councils has played a significant role.
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Rabbi Maimon's Mission
The forthcoming visit cf Israel's Minister of
Relic-ion Rabb: Judah L. Maimon, who is expected
to auive hei n the next few days, is certain
to prove an occasion of extreme interest to the
Jewish community in this country. A controversial
personality whose name has figured in newspemer
. headlines during the past few years perhaps more
then any other Israeli Minister, with the exception
c: Premier Ben Gurion himself, Rabbi Maimon is
coming here for c four-week mission under the
auspices of the Mizrachi Organization of America.
The purpose of this mission, as the Minister
declared, is "to renew his contact with the Ameri-
can Jewish community." The process of renewing
acquaintances will actually be a two-way affair,
since many of us are eager to see with our own
in Israel whom Premier Ben Gurion reportedly
respects more than any other living religious
Jewish person.-
As a scholar who has produced more than
three hundred scholarly wcrks and as a states-
man who has helped nurture the Jewish state .
eves hear with n,., 0 .1/ being. Rabbi Mcimc- I
eye,tonea.....h our own ears this wise old
The 1'ampaign In I9.",i
In its resolution requesting the Jewish co
s to jaunch the 1951 UJA campaign Z
as possible, the national conference m
Atlantic City stressed the urgency by declaring
that such action was necessary "because the
agencies of the UJA are engaged in a program
of migration and rehabilitation aid in Israel and
elsewhere which, in the present world emergency
must be enlarged to rescue and resettle maximum
numbers of Jews while they can still be reached
and saved."
The conlerence opened against the background
of a world situation fraught with catastrophe and
an address by the President of the United States
sounding ominous danger signals. Under those
circumstances it was inevitable that the men who
gathered to plan Jewish rescue and rehabilitation
in the critical year 1951 should reckon with the
situation. It is a painful and tragic matter to con-
template, but the hard possibility remains that
the coming year may see the international stresses
and strains increasing rather than diminishing.
And should there, God forbid, occur a real erur>
tion the remnants of our people will be exposed
to complete destruction.
It is against this possibility that the UJA cam-
paign in 1951 takes on even greater urgency than
ever before. Right now many Jews can still be
reached and saved. Later it may be too late, and
then American Jewry will have on its conscience
the lives of hundreds of thousands of Jews who
otherwise might have been saved.
It is the duty of our communities to plunge into
local Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign at once,
to raise as much' money as possible as scon as
possible so that the funds for the rescue work
may begin in full at once and be completed be-
fore seemingly inevitable catastrophe strikes.
Never perhaps in the philanthropic efforts of our
community has time been so important an ele-
ment. If we fail this time there may not be left
a single Jew to save.
Let us now dedicate ourselves to saving human
lives which we may not later be able to save. Let
slogan be in the heart and soul of every
American Jew and we will not fail.
Miami Can Have Jewish Month Year
Round, Music Consultant Asserts

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seventh annual festival with a ^source library of book
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morning service. The ':,,v;idul,s wl11 Particip b
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To Itwcivc Torsi
A Sefi : Torah will bi
' Kneseth Israel Col
by Mrs. Miriam W I cere-
! to he held SlU
January 21.
The dedication rites will get
underway ith a pr
cars from Mrs. Wolosoff home
at 1338 Pennsylvania Avc Miami
Beach, to the synagogue. A band
wil play traditional music during
entire parade, which will go
north from the donor's home to
Mth St., turn east to Washington
Ave., continue south on Washing-
ton to 11th St., turn west on 11th
to the house of worship.
At the synagogue Rabbi Isaac
H. Ever will serve as toastinaster
and Cantor Abraham Seif will
render the musical portion of the
am,
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Hollywood Center Opens
Membership Campaign
The Hollywood Je
launched a oonc ir've
men b
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ated the cha :l oI
for
unteen who to
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J. C. Land. Saul P B
nan,
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' Gn nfield, Mri A ;
nbloom, H. B Oor-
David Peldman
Weinkranta, Stanley T W
Brendremmer, G< s''**
. Mrs. Ira Boris and John J. Burton.


)AY, JANUARY 19, 1951
vJemsiiflcridiari
PAGE 5 A
Idles To Discuss
irean Situation
Will Korea Become a 1951
jich?" will be the subject of
lecture bv Suniner Well' S,
m. r Under Secretary of State
authority on American for-
., policy, on Wednesday. Jan-
fv 24, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami
Lch Jewish Center. Welles leads
[the Center Forum series spell-
ed by the center men's club.
Mies was the American states-
in who first conceived of the
lited Nations, and since leaving
State Department, has been
|iv< in furthering its interest
tough his broadcasts, books and
Mures.
Welles was the recipient of the
Ibert Dollar Award in 1942 and
Freedom House Award in
|4. Sumner Welles
An usual feature of these
turns will be the emphasis on the center office 58-2503, from
iience participation. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets also on
Velles' apearance will be fol- saie m the evening from 7 to 10
,ed b/ Maurice Samuel au- h center building, 1701
r and lecturer. Sunday. Feb- Wushincton Ave
ry 18: David E. Lilhenthal,
nier chairman of the Atomic
ergy Committee on Wednesday.
arch 14; and William L. Shire;,
Ited author and commentator,
Inday, April 1.
(Tickets for the entire series are
Vied at $5. $7.50 and $10. In-
Ividual tickets for the Sumner
felles lecture are now available.
or tickets and information call
March Of lliinos
?rive Opens Here
J Two campaigns to help Dade
lounty reach its goal of $250,000
E launched this week.
I Gables will trv to collect
of dimes$8,976 worth
a "Miracle Mile of Dimes" con-
_s1 sponsored by the Gables
lunior Chamber of Commerce
A county-wide, one-hour col-
jc ti m, called "the Mothers' Drive
bn Polio." will climax Dade coun-
March of Dimes drive on
January 31.
Campaign chairman. Judge
f, e E. Holt, named Mrs. Syd-
Bi-v Weintraub. civic worker, as
aader of the "Mothers' March."
Weintraub will be aided in
bganizing the drive by Mrs. Fred
C Slater. Mrs. G. J. Stocks, Jr.
find Mrs. S. K. Stanleigh.
Holt said that Mrs. Weintraub
vill need 12,500 volunteers for
khe house to house collection
|hroughout the county.
Pointing out that the Dade
Zounty chapter of the National
'oundation For Infantile Paraly-
sis owes Variety Children's Hos-
pital $31,009 for care of polio pa- !
ti. nt-. Judge Holt said that the
Irive is essential to further the,
Work of the .organization in the
bounty.
Power Company Reprints
Wylie Hurricane Article
A mid-winter tip to tourists, as
well as Floridians, to get reprints
of Author Philip Wylie's :
Saturday Evening Post article on
"How to Live Through a Hurri-
cane" is issued by R. B. Roberts.
president of -the Florida
Power & Light Company.
Wylie. writing from his South
Miami home, described the action
of the power and light company
in restoring lights on the second
day. "It seemed a great victory,"
he wrote. "We felt, for once, not
the classic American impatience
with utilities, but great pride in a
company and in the men who
could make swift sense out of the
copper shambles the power lines
had been. We wanted to thank
somebody but there wasn't a
phone. Light also meant that our
stove would work again and our
bath water would heat, our fans
would turn and we'd have ice and
could store fresh food again. Two
days! It might have been two
weeks."
Peerce Concert
Set For Sunday
Liturgical music, operatic arias
and n oe included in the
gram of Metropolitan Ten
Jan Peerce, who will appi
| the Miami Beach Municipal Audi-
urn on Sunday, January 21,
at 8:30 p.m.. under the auspi
of the North Sh ire Jewish Center.
Peerce recently returned from
a tour of Europe and Israel, where
he made his debut this summer.
He also made a tour of Soutr
America.
Tickets for tne pei-n mame are
on sale at Burdine's second floor;
Stedman's Music House, 2339
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral
Gables; Enfield's Camera Shop,
409 Lincoln Road; Miami Beach
Radio Shop, 1219 Lincoln Road;
Clement's Pharmacy, 7th St. and
Collins Ave.; Steven's Travel
Bureau, 1905 Collins Ave.; and
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Reservations may be made by
calling 58-3473.
B'nai B'rith Youth
Leader To Visit Here
Michael M. Rand. District Five
director of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, will arrive in Mi-
ami next week, it has been an-
nounced by Miss Selma Lev
Greater Miami BBYO director.
Rand, who is making a field
trip from his office in Greens-
boro, N. C, will meet with ad-
visers of the 20 youth chapters
Of B'nai B'rith in South Florida,
on Monday, January 22. at 8 p.m.
in the B'nai B'rith offices. 330
Scybold Building. On Tuesday
night, he will confer with mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Youth
Commission and BBYO leaders at
the same place.
A youth rally has been planned
for Wednesday evening, January
24. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at 8 p.m. Members of
BBYO chapters from West Palm
Beach and Hollywood will join
! the local chapters in a program
l designed to bring a closer rela-
tionship between the local and
I district levels of the organization.
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Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M.
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"Strictly Neighbors'
Eleanor Davis Wed
To Marshall Eisenberg
The marriag. Ml El.
n vis Mars! II I '
_____________FRIDAY. JANUARY 19 J
Harriet Bressler, Russell Sckallman Spejr
Vows In Candlelight Ceremony At BethJ
I elight ceremony on ^^^^^
By HELEN ALPERT mmzed by
""afK opened .o e,M .h **. MUm, gdjBg -*-?
to the planting of the beautiful poinciana trees; and for it, m
Reves and her dance-studio whipped up an original Flame tree
Dance." This year, the Coral Gables' leaders hope to mrartfluiung
interest from every hotel in
n the area Making one of his frequent
t. Revelation (to me, anyway' is that n ..
S 11 editions daily. He's their "Trip-Tips
on January
< li '
wed at I
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Th<- brid
IndM: V.

visits here is Philip Sinitzer. Revelation (to me, anyway; "l,"" j27 38th Si '
Jewish Dailv Forward runs 11 editions daily. He s their Trip-Tips
columnist ... nirture- Mrs. Samui I
At the Versailles is Gene Schoor, whos completed tnc P"-IU' .,., Conn
v of FDR for publishers Frederick Sell Co. He s reunioning with ^ .
The former
luated
[iris. N
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Yonk.
the Sa>
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The newlvwi
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week on a fast vacation that includes his Miriam and Uttli Neat .......
Dr Alvin Gardner has a fascinating piece in Den: Survi
story of FDR for publisher*
his mother. Mrs. Marie Schweitzer of N.W. 33rd St. Incidentally,
Sondra Palmer helped edit the bookand Gene s her uncle .
Harrv H. Cohen of Hotel New Yorker has attained .1 new
with the"jewish War Vetshe's been appointed to their po
National Finance Committee. The news came this week fn 1 N
Commander Henry Albert. Chairman of the committee is Les
Levi of Corona. L. I. "Big Harry." as acting president '
Association, definitely will preside at the important February i
session of hotelmen when Sen. Spessard Holland delivers tnai
ipated very vital address.
PFOP7 F'
Esquires' staff photographer. Bcrnie Goldberg, whizzes in this
against cariesyep, proper nutrition. "
and kidneys sound intriguing for breakfast. They'vi Pantor (ioldrinil To
ore. our appetizers these mornings-quite a to the v.iniur u,u,,6 lw
hearty breakfasts I smoke. (Okay, this was smoothly pilfered gmg for 01(1 I- OIKS
of genuine sincerity "The Amazing Maurice g".
: ,m Pittsburgh, after plowing up from under Home for
.v. Maurice has added mill, ns I teriffic tricks 53rd St.. n Sui
best fighter
steak
therefore.
usual
from Talloo's Sunday night sh
THE USES ARE BUSY:
Leo Rosen in now with the Miami Daily New.- Hi s one of those
too-rare persons of genuine sincerity The A 1 Maurice
is newly-returned
32 inches of snow.
'n' patter to his magician's bag. He's Greater M gifted
master of sleight-of-hand and "illusions" and expects heavy
bookings .
NOTE BY SOTE:
The Miami Bi ai h Music Group has launched itsell with wondi r-
ful peopl Ruth Brotn f her primi
aides the Ci pianist Olga Lieber, he:, threi weeks. Hei
brother-in-law is Max Lieber S Ian Avi and her s n Jack
is the writer from McGill. Olga looked very m t-ish Saturda;
! cape. Stunningly trim was Sirs. Albert Pick, in
wedding bhr nk. and the navy s:!k matelasse suit she pi
up in New 0 Mrs Alexander Kog
a black draped slim job with a net-and-flowi r bonnel
. and Anj added thi I
veil n-i .; rts mmend I Efure-tou
this season. All this was part ii Ruth's discussion-lunch
week Friday night es the Liebei home as n
Lieber and F: nces Si
QUICK PICKS-VPS:
A .man who knows everyb r. Give him a split
Becond and he recalls the right name, t 10. plus |
it and why Edith Tilli
ther and teen-age son Albi rt Hirsch, Mrs Hirsch, son Jeffy
and Jerry's I it an evening ai thi Variety
Club. Al's hitting on all eight cy] those hair-Clairol
contests Wednesday nights Bill Dock I the Olympia Theatre's
home office, fini linment ch
man by handing thi .'. ...
"Brigadoon" opens its Great' Miami run on February 9. One
row's set asidi Pratt, Thi
. In ady a sell-out in upstate Florida. Here, you can catch it at the
Miami Beach Auditorium5 nights and 2 matinees .
BOOK SHELF:
As you read it. you can comfortably feel that it's making
turn into an adultand that's -The Way to be Happy" by Lawrence
Gould. It's stacking up as oni : thi finesl "popular
helps to the fearful, the anxious and the aren't-we-all .
Acupulco.
ntor Ja b Y. G
nted '
: ,v at 8:30 p. m. Miss Har-
lei became the bride
S. hallman. The nuptial
a i by Ral'bi Mur-
.. ,; -..ted by Cantor
mbor ai Congregation
Bl ei s; ndj Ossowiti was solo-

the daughter of
".en Kirschner. 2141
:;:i Terrace, Mr. Schall-
are Mr. and Mrs.
'go.
Iding the bride chose
per satin gown fea-
: neckline edg-
m 1 bugle beads
i Mending in a
Her French illu-
. -cured by a pearl
v, te orchids and step-
pped her white bible.
.; Nadel served as
in a g iwn of
:..;.. She can led red
". ick, Vv'ash-
n c bridesmatron, wore
tin brocade, while
lyn Bi rkowitz, New
honor, wore cham-
: satin, Their bou-
aby orchids. Judy
; in white or-
erirl.
ler was best man.
guest! were Milton Na-
Cohen. Miss Eva
'; ki pt the guestbook.
hose a
: teal blue crepe, while
S. hallman was
e. Both wore
A buffet -upper
n the 1' a August Me-
on in M iami
:' will 1 vi .ii Chi-
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'Jew 1stnor Mian
PAGE 7 A
ersonally Speaking
Sam Schachno, 755 Alton Road, Miami Beach, left for
lork to attend the wedding of her nephew, Rabbi Benni
irq, Lakewood, N. I. She will be away ten days.
* *
\s. Louis Vangilder, formerly of Miami Beach, will be the
jest of Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, 821 S.W. 11th Ave.
* *
I and Mrs. Jerome Bartzoff of Boston, Mass., nephew and
61 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yaffe, 300 S.W. 23rd Ave., are
Ining in Miami Beach with Mrs. Bartzoff's parents, Mr. and
cob Shubert of Boston. Mr. Bartzoff is the son of Benjamin
I vice president and general manager of station WVOM
jn and advertising manager of the Jewish Advocate.
* *
. and Mrs. Joe Ross of Jackson Heights, L. I., marked
tentieth wedding anniversary at a dinner Saturday night
5orrento Hotel, where the Rosses are winter vacationists.
guests at Saturday night's affair were Mr. and Mrs.
teiss and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Youdelman of Brooklyn,
ind Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sounders of Miami.
* *
and Mrs. Boris Meltzer, 1635 S.W. 1st St., were feted
kmber of affairs in honor of their fortieth wedding anni- i
Mrs. Meltzer also marked her birthday. A group of j
entertained for her at a surprise party at the home of
idore Kupinsky. Guests included the Mesdames Harry
Philip Lyder, Isidore Silverstein, Isidore Palat, Herman
ii and Isidore Schwarz. <
* *
cationing in Miami Beach is Mrs. Beverly Andell, Mrs.
(>rk City of 1950-51. As a member of the Mizrachi Women's
Bation, she will participate in the JNF tag day on January j
ind 22. I
* *
a trans-Atlantic telephone call from Holland, Alfred i
brother of Mrs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Ave.,
iBeach, informed his sister that he would arrive in Miami i
1 to spend a few days while en route to Mexico.
Artlmore Studio
Shown working on plans for the "College of Community
Knowledge" sponsored by the women's gift unit of the 19S0 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and the Conference of Jewish Women's
Organisations on Thursday, January 18, from 10:45 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at the Saxony Hotel are (1. to r.) Mrs. Louis G'.asser, chairman of
the unit; Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. in charge of the program, and Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, in charge of arrangements.__________^^^^^
kale To Mark
jst's Local Debut
II ns have been issued by
|r tman for a musicale to
on Friday, January 19,
Ip in. at the home of Max
2922 Sheridan Ave., Mi-
ch.
Iffair will honor Frances
ntcrnationaHy known so-
rtio will sing a group of
iv impanied by Florence
at the piano, and Olga
Canadian pianist, who
ke her local debut,
in Russia, Mme. Lieber
i r musical education at
aye and gave her first
t the age of 13 under the
I of Professor Bambinsky
[Imperial Conservatory of
\fter winning the Teres-
icholarahip for the com-
onservatory course, he
ed from the Kiev Con-
as a doctor of music
ll( st honors. She left Rus-
D924 for Canada, where
I bean enthusiastically re-
i y both laymen and
Olga Lieber
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Mizrachi Chapter
To Seat Leaders
Officers of the newly organized
Kneseth Israel Chapter of Miz-
rachi will be installed on Satur-
day, January 20, at 8 p.m. at the
Victor Hotel.
Dr. Sidney Hoenig, associate
professor at Yeshiva University,
noted author and lecturer, will be
guest speaker.
To be seated at the affair are
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, honorary
president; Joel Wortman, presi-
dent; Israel B. Eisenstein and
Louis Lazer, vice presidents;
Harry Kregstein, treasurer; Louis
Dublin, secretary; Sam Schachno,
financial secretary.
Members of the board of di-
. rectors include Cantor Abraham
i Seif. Philip Heller, Ely Gechman.
| Abraham Selevan and Abraham
Rachkand.
Joanne Schenck
Plights Troth
Betrothal of Miss Joanne
Schenck to Perry Belmont Frank.
Jr.. has been announced. Miss
Schenck is the younger daughter.,
of Nicholas M. Schenck Metro-1
Goldwyn-Mayer executive, and \
Mrs. Schenck, 5369 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, and Sand Point, L.
I. Her fiance is the son of Mrs.
Amalie Baruch Banks and P. B.
Frank of New York.
A graduate of Ethel Walker
School, Simsbury, Conn., the
, bride-elect is a student at Finch
j Junior College. She made her
debut at the debutante cotillion
ball December 25 in the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel.
Mr. Frank attended Riverdale
Country Day School and New
York University and is now as-
sociated with the national adver-
tising department of the New
York Times.
He is the grandson of the Hart-
wick N. Baruchs. 829 Catalonia
Ave., Coral Gables; grandnephew
of Bernard and Herman Baruch,
the latter a former U. S. Am-
bassador to the Netherlands; and
a great grandson of the late Dr.
and Mrs. Simon Baruch of New
York.
<<
Bowery Night"
Plans are being formulated by
the Temple Isaiah Young People's
Group for a "Bowery Night" to be
held on Sunday, February 4, at
the Town and Beach Club.
Nat Elkins and Ernie Newman
have been named program chair-
men for the affair. Assisting them
will be Bob Saltman who will
handle refreshments, and Ruth
Pett who will be in charge of ]
costumes and properties.
The group will meet on Sun-
day, January 21, at 8:30 p.m. at i
the Town and Beach Club.
Ardmore Studio
Michael Lee. son of Mrs. Alice
Lee. 2369 Pinetree Drive, Miami j
Beach, became Bar Mitzvah at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center j
on Saturday morning, January'
13. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated et the ceremony.
Rebekahs Seat
Mrs. Kleiner
Mrs. Morris Kleiner was in-
stalled as noble grand of Sun-
shine Rebekah Lodge No. Nine on
Tuesday night at the Labor Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Also installed were Mrs. Eu-
gene Gilbert, vice grand; Mrs.
Bertha Cohen, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. George Lebowitz, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Ben Eitiel.
treasurer.
Officers who have been ap-
pointed by the noble grand in-
clude Mrs. Harry Roseman, war-
den: Mrs. Herman Cohen, con-
ductor; Mrs. Henrietta Grossman,
chaplain; Mrs. Beatrice Cole, right
supporter N. G.; Mrs. Joe Ostrie.
left supporter N. G.; Lila Meyers,
inside guardian; Mrs. Al Jacobs,
outside guardian: Mrs. Jack The-
odore, flag bearer; Beatrice Bro-
dy, musician: Charlotte Weisman.
junior past N. G.; Mrs. Rose Co-
hen, right supporter V. G.; Mrs.
, Sylvia Thaler, left supporter V.
G.; Mrs. C. Beckerman, left sup-
porter chaplain: Sherry Horn-
| wood, left supporte, chaplain:
Mrs. J. Hart, right supporter jr.
P. M. G.; Pauline Pefferman, left
, supporter jr. past N. G.
Trustees are Mrs. Florence
Zorn, Mrs. Harry Kunstlich and
, Mrs. Sylvia Thaler. Mrs. Herman
I Cohen, past noble grand, has been
! recommended to serve as district
deputy president.
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More Than Riches
Some folks think that fine
clothes and fine, big houses are
the most important things in life,
but these things really don't mean
too much if a person doesn't feel
well enough to enjoy them. Most
folks don't rea-
lize this, but
Mrs. Lucy
B r a s w ell, of
Route 2, Stone
Mountain,
Ga., realizes it
very well. Mrs.
Braswell takes
HADACOL,
and by taking
HADACOL
she found she
is helping her
system overcome deficiencies of
Vitamins Bi, B, Niacin and Iron,
which HADACOL contains.
Here is Mrs. Braswell's own
statement: "I have been sick for
some time with stomach dis-
turbances. I began taking HAD-
ACOL and I have been taking it
about six weeks. I am so much
better and much stronger. I will
continue to take HADACOL. It
sure has helped me. I tell my
friends about HADACOL. I can t
praise HADACOL too much. I
am 59 years old."
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FRIDAY,
i
JANUARY,
PAGE 8
Dr. Hoenig To Speak
Al Beth Jacob
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An authority on the |
cond Jew i
Dr. H that "thi
is not only a peopli
with a rich historic past, it is
an eti rnal people looking towards
a brilliant future." A thorough
study of the past events in J.
history, according to Dr. H.
reveals a preview of its future.
'Today especially." he states, "one
realizes that history is not man-
made but is by divine directive
The different vicissitudes of Jew-
ish existence are the clearesl
ol this."
Autl
including, "J< wish Relief
Creed to 1 Pro] nets."
and "Jew ; Life." Dr.
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Dr.
n. N V..
and
J
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the R be in-
Mi I ff. The : um
thi public.
C antor 1
in the world, will I
at the nd Sal
d .. irning ervi
11 Beth Jacob.
B :. :..:.
Mrs. Abraham David of Bi
n, and
plenty i
.. thi floor il f to
Tickets may be
I at tl
Tu Bishevat Cel
N.frT.
Tu Bish,
day. Ji i "/**
Picturi
raeli Arl D
be shown by Mrs j
S*0,* Murta?
the Ji I ;0 '
Phyllis
will speak on Tu Bi.
urge everyone present a
certificates for plant
Israel.
'i
Wa-ming up for the Beaux .' "ne ba
ponsored bv the Miami Beach
\uditorium on Saturda 20. are Anton Locb. art director of
Kr^ounrsFamo^ Studios; Zena Posever, art C3> for the Jewish Centers As,oc.t.o: and
Reyna Youngerman, portrait painter. show:, her Loeb.______________________
Beaux Arts Ball
Set For Saturday
Workshop Will Present
Story By Miamian

Games Party P1Q
Hialeaii-Miamj Spd
ish Community Center i
. sor a games party onL
' January 20, at 8 p.m aj
ter building. 4th Ave.
St., Hialeah, acording |
nouncement by Ted ]
tertainment chairman"
Assisting with am
are the Mesdamei Ire|
Jane Robinson. Franci
I stein. Esther Fraidlm. 1
i Sax. Proceeds will go I
; building fund.
A monthly social metfa
. be held on Wedni
24, at 8 p.m.
SUNRM
HEALTH RE
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in an atmosphere of quiet elegance
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Of Course Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
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JARY- 19, 1951
+Jewlst Moridllcin
PAGE 9 A
>orts On
lent Unit
Irned from the state
nd< i r oi the Flor-
h( nt Commission is
[Turk, who reported
Beach's Planning
i praised from
hd other members of
n there.
Turk, members of
k>n are anxious to
at the ultimate find-
mmendations of the
rd in everj^vay pos-
rce in the develop-
|ida, the State Im-
imission has vari-
which include the
Ssion, the Hospital
[Division, Industrial
[Division, Engineer-
ui plus Property Di-
et irement Division.
the meeting which
fie Governor's man-
Id that the proposed
tie biennial 1951-52
which totalled ap-
fcfiTO.OOO which is an
jpproximately $140,-
Jjist biennial budget.
il this was due to
in salaries totalling
$46,000 as well as
nil the operation of
Industry Develop-
ed rement programs.
I the possibilities of
a's participation in
nt program, South
representative in-
various surveys and
re presently be-
pnn which will be
li xtended highways
tarn within the next
tat the Florida Stete
Commission offCTs
i act as liason he-
ft deral Government
I in any possible Fed-
1 that we might be
connection with a
it program of any
beach.
! -even members.
Improvement
- comprised of the
er Warren, chair-
5 Keyes, secretary-
ed A. McKethan,
iiad depart-
I vice-chair-
W. Blum of Jack-
I.iddon of Sneeds;
'liami Beach.
Meant Sinai Auxiliary Will Hold
I due.3ion;.I Program On Friday
Dr. L. Craig
Dade County
Clinic; Mrs.
versity of Miami;
Long, director of
Child Guidance
Suttcr.
The summary will be given by
Miss McAdam, Mrs. Ellen White-
side, chairman of the Florida
Children's Commission; and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the District Welfare Board, all
delegates to the White House Con-
ference on Child Welfare in De-
cember.
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz is chair-
man of the program. Assisting
her are Mrs. Levin, cochairman,
Mrs. Martin Belle, Mrs. Morris
S. Herbert Kaufman, Harris-
burg. Pa., president of the
National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods, will be in Miami
on Tuesday, January 23, to ad-
ress a meeting of the Men's Clubs
of Temple Israel, Temple Beth
Sholom, Temple Isaiah and the
Coral Gables Jewish Center. The
meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at
Temple Israel.
Ilabbi >l's!iHolI
To Address llrarli
Mizrachi Women
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, honor-
ary president of the Miami Beach
Mizrachi, will be the guest speak-
er at the "Israeli Night" program
to be held at the David Whitman
Hall of Congregation Beth Jacob
under the sponsorship of the Mi-
ami Beach Mizrachi Women on
Wednesday night, January 24.
Cantor Louis D. Feder will
offer vocal selections, and a group
of Young Judaea girls under the
direction of Martha Leavitt will
present a series of Israeli songs
and folk dances.
Mrs. Nathan Hochman, presi-
dent of the Mizrachi women, will
speak on behalf of the organiza-
, tion and its projects. Mrs. Sam
'. Grundwerg, program chairman.
| will introduce the guests.
A golden certificate will be of-
i ficiallv presented in memory of
I the late Mrs. Sarah Furth Schon-
I feld, mother of Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff, and prominent Zionist
leader in New York for over a
quarter of a century.
I program of the year to be
ired by the < ducational com-
I the Mt. Sinai Hospital
Auxiliary will be a im on
"The Exceptional Child" on Fri-
day, December 19. at 1 p.m. at
the Miami Beach Municipal Audi-
torium.
The first hour of the meeting
will be devoted to the physically
exceptional child. Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin will serve as chairman.
Discussants will be Dr. Herbert
Eichert, medical director of the
National Children's Cardiac
Home; Mrs. Ezell Kerrigan, ex-
ecutive director of the Dade
County Society for Crippled Chil- Blau and" Mrs. Harold Rand,
dren; Dr. Benjamin Sheppard, di-
rector of polio service. Variety
Children's Hospital; Mrs. Laura
Sutter, supervisor of the depart-
ment of exceptional children,
Dade County Schools; Dr. Arthur
Weiland, director of services,
Florida State Crippled Children's
Commission.
The socially and mentally ex-
ceptional child will be discussed
during the second hour under the
chairmanship of Miss Nina Mc-
Adam, supervisor of guidance,
Dade County Schools. Participants
will be Mrs. Louise Pope, director
of social service, Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital;. Dr. Margaret
Robir.s, clinical psychologist, Uni-
Hialeah-Springs Unit
Will Mark Music Month
In observance of Jewish Music
Month, the Hialeah Miami
Springs Jewish Community C
ter will sponsor a festival for
students oi the Sundav school on
Sundav, January 28, at 11 a.m.
A concert of Israeli songs will
be presented by the group's choral
unit under the direction of Robert
Strassburg, music consultant for
the Jewish Centers Association of
Greater Miami. A program of
music recently recorded in Tel
Aviv will follow.
The event will be held at the
new center building, 4th Ave. and
10th St., Hialeah.
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Second Annual

Kaplan Elected
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Jewish Centers Association of
Greater Miami, was elected vice
president of the Southern section
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board at the group's meeting in <
Charleston last weekend
Also named to office was Mrs.
Milton Sirkin who will represent
the Southern section of the Jew-
ish Center Division Committee.
Dr. William Wexler of Savan-
nah, Ga., was elected regional
president.
BEAUX ARTS
COSTUME BALL
Sponsored by theYM & YWHA of Miami Beach
JAN. 20 AT 8:30 P.M.
Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium
17th and Washington
10 Piece OrchestraGala PrizesEye-Filling Decorations
Fun for All
Admission $2.50
Costume Optional
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LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association
Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashruth ~ 2 J is displayed:
2. And to buy only chickens wish the ring of the G.M.V.H.
f! 1 C 3 This' is the only identification which proves
that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet;
AND ANNOUNCES
That signs such as "Traditional Dinners," "Jewish Meals,"
"Kosher Style," "Jewish Style," or "Sacramental Wine is
Served," definitely do not assure kashruth.
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth
Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595
Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel. Treas.
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HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND.
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1 Ib. Prunes
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1 Ib. Cocoa
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2 can Sardines
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Monday Is Named Handbills s,.....i
u#:.~ iv... ITo Violate Law,
Louise Wise Day BaUdn Wrgs
Mayors William
II., mid Turk and W, Keith
Phillips of Miami I
and Coral Gables have p
Mondav, Januarj 22,

Waterman Wise Day
... | .
slcno of the Louisi W I
Wise Youth Centei in Isri
day.
The cent
hill overlooking Jerusalem, is
: thi Women's i
< if tile Amei ican .! '.':- I G il
: u h ii Air- Wise was founder.
In honor of th(
bers of the local unil
will hold :
parties in their h I wit-
ness a television prom..-. .,: 2:30
p.m.. according to an nn iunce-
ment by Mrs, A A li
dent of the Florida Women's
Division
"It is with di i p sensi of ful-
fillment that the women of the
AJC view this event." Mrs. Hay-
den.said. "Louise Wise.was th, ; ;' .
aspiration of thei late Dr.
Stephen S. Wise. itting that ch p] ...
n G
f the i
\v. '

the "Fl
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"Att


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[Hate Acl
145 1 live ses-
of any printed
any
- the
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Over 100 Attend
.:
5

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FRIDAY

her memorial should be a haven
for children, for whom she
worked so diligently during her
lifetime."
Mrs. Wise established the com-
mittee for child adoption at the
Free Synagogue, helped create
agencies for repatriating children
in Jewish homes wiien they were
separated from their families dur-
ing the Nazi regime, set up the
Congress House for Refugees
re immigrants could live
without cost until they bi
adjusted to American life,
pated in nu
ities.
v.' W
5 ith Center will permanently
1 lildren an
: .....ansit
: itioi
sh iwn on the printed
The law provi les fine not
exceedii
nment or b ith for tors
"The handbill
tnpt by hate m ng< .- in our
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INUARY 19, 1951
fJenisti IFIvrildliian
;ah Region
At Conclave
Region of Hadassah
me year <>1H on Jan-
_ cited for the success
lb,-rhip campaigns at
jter conference of the
Lrd of Hadassah held
|t(.n Hotel. New York
[January 7 to 10, ac-
Murry Grossman,
u... returned from the
e Florida region is
i of 31 chapters and
I the state and Puerto
Wave, Mrs. Grossman
Jailed for the purpose
tin problems and pro-
inization.
(ports were brought by
i J. Mann, deputy di-
I sah Medical Or-
' Israel; A. H. Feller,
1 to the United
je Hon. A. Harman, di-
t.it'l Office of Informa-
. um Goldmann.
If American Section of
Agency for Palestine.
.. (] voted to give
1 Truman the 1951
Sz ild citation and
\ ntiuished humani-
I- On January 11,
n, Mrs. Samuel W.
f ,] president; Mrs.
ohn, chairman of
[" il Organization:
\ i ildberg, national
'I i ,ssah and Mrs:
|i ver, the organiza-
i ve in the capi-
jp i: ition that
;! ition to President
: d includes a
|( a hich the President
m I back to set
^ for a doctor from
lining the $1,000
in. specified that
he used to establish a
' iip in memory of
[ Mrs. Martha
nan.
ional officers are Miss
odman, B & P vice
Miami Beach? Mrs.
i treasurer, Miami
Sidney Lefcourt. sec-
| Mrs. Alexander
hairrnan, Miami
itars In Drama
:vn. noted radio actor,
That Play. Little
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To Remember" to
Sunday, January 21,
vi r station WKAT.
r B written by Joe
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Shoulson Address
Shoulson will address
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fum headquarters, 124
His subjet'. '.\ ill be
Philosophy and Influ-
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Bun."
May, January. 23, at 8
( H. Lee will speak
ns and the Earth."
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Benefit Card Party
A benefit card party will be
given by the Coral Gables Zion-
ist District at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N.W.
3rd St., on Saturday, January
20, at 8 p.m. Proceeds are ear-
marked for the Brandeis Camp
tund
Important food shipment off to Israel. Senior Consul Josef
Nero (left) of the Israel General Consulate in New York, con-
gratulates Bernard Manischewitz.
>l;inis4 Ihm\ il. Makes First Shipment
Of Passover Liftl Parrels To Israel
A new, historic undertaking
launched by the B. Manischewitz
Company, brought the president
of the firm, Bernard Manis-
chewitz. for a special visit to the
American Export Liner La-
many products which many of us
enjoyed in our old home, and
which are so well known'?"
As a result of these countless
inquiries, Mr. Manischewitz con-
Guardia just prior to its departure ducted, in the course of his tour,
from New York for Haifa, on
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Monday. January 15.
The occasion was the first ship-
ment of Manischewitz Passover
Food Gift Parcels to Israel, in-
augurating a new plan which will
enable Israeli families to receive
the popular Manischewitz brand
foods directly from local dis-
tributing centers in the Holy
Land. This marks the beginning
of a program which will continue
to make available in Israel pack-
ages containing Manischewitz
Products, exclusively.
Present at the informal cere-
mony attending the loading of this
first consignment were a number
of distinguished guests, among
them Joseph Nevo, senior consul
of the Israeli general consulate in
New York.
Asked about the origin of this
plan, Mr. Manischewitz revealed
that it was born spontaneously,
out of requests put to him by
people living in many communi-
ties in Israel, during his recent
visit there. Mr. Manischewitz had
made his trip to Israel in connec-
tion with long-standing relation-
ships which the Manischewitz
firm and family have maintained
with the Jewish State.
"In the course of my travels
throughout Israel," Mr. Manis-
chewitz said, "while I was ab-
sorbed in visiting newly developed
areas, and revisiting familiar
spots, I found conversations with
people assuming a pa item. In the
big cities, in the towns and ham-
lets, people in and out of govern-
ment, in cooperative settlements
and Kibbutzim, would come up to
me, and would put the same ques-
tion: 'Mr. Manischewitz. why
can't your firm make available
to us directly here in Israel, the
Obituaries
a specific study of Israel's food
situation and the special nutri-
tional problems engendered by
shortages and the austerity pro-
gram.
.The creation of Manischewitz
Kosher Food Parcels for Israel,
and this first of a continuing
series of shipments, is the out-
growth of Mr. Manischewitz,
studies and conclusions.
Products which make up the
packages have been selected
scientifically, on the basis of Mr.
Manischewitz's findings, with a
view to filling important gaps in
Israel's diet, and supplementing
the Jimited food rations now
available in Israel.
"We are happy beyond words
over this project, especially be-
cause it represents a tangible op-
portunity to satisfy some vital,
unmet needs in Israel," said Mr.
Manischewitz. "We know the
people over there will not only
enjoy our products, but that the
quality of the food is such as will
enhance the health and energies
of relatives and friends among
the tireless builders of the new-
est democracy in the world," he
added.
Full details concerning the
Manischewitz packages will be
published in the very near future.
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away in a beach hospital January ifi
A fur Importer, Mr. Rosenblatt eamt-
here seven years ago. He Is survived
by his wife. Dora; one SOU, Milton, of
New York; four daughters, Mrs. Carrls
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>bi Zelkowitz Formally Introduced
lembers of Downtown Synagogue
i Marvin Zelkowitz, new
leader of the Downtown
5gue, was formally intro-
to the congregation by

Theological Seminary, Rabbi
Zelkowitz received his B. A. from
Yeshiva University. He continued
his studies at the Yavne Theo-
logical Seminary and was or-
B it Hyman Sootin at adained in June, 1948.
While in his senior year, the
young man served as associate j
rabbi of the Midtown Synagogue,
Fifth Ave., New York. He also
served as a member of the place-
ment committee and publicity bu-
reau of the seminary. During the
summer months, the rabbi acted
as spiritual adviser to children's
camps in New York.
After his ordination, Rabbi
Zelkowitz answered the call to
the pulpit of the Beth Jacob
Synagogue in Maine, from which
ho was recalled by the seminary
to serve as rcgistar. A short time
later he was invited to become
executive director, making him
the youngest member elected to
the executive staff in the history
of the institution.
He held this position until
recent ill health forced him to
resign and enter a New York hos-
pital for major surgery. Upon his
release several months later, he
came to Miami to recuperate at
the homo of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Zelkowitz, 350 N.W. 2nd
St It was at this time that the
officers of the Downtown Syna-
gogue invited him to accept the
spiritual leadership of the former
mbership meeting at thefBeth^David. ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^
Rabbinical Conference of Ameri-
ca and chairman of its publicity
bureau.
ib^JliewiislbJEIlioipidPiaun
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1951
SEC. B
Miamians Named To
Youth Unit Posts
Two youth leaders of Greater
Miami have been elected to posi-
tions in the National Jewish ,
Youth Conference, results of a
mail ballot reveal. The conference
which is sponsored by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB). is a nationwide youth
body representing 300 local and
national Jewish youth organiza-
tions.
A. Budd Cutler of Miami Beach
was elected a conference vice
chairman and a member of the
steering committee. Stanley Mintz
of Miami was also named to the
conference's starring committee.
M. David Weiss, conference
chairman who announced the
election results, has proclaimed
March 23-30 ;'S Jewish Youth
We* k. The week is conducted an-
nually under conference auspices
to focus attention on the role and
achievements of Jewish youth in
the community.
Woman Who Took Rabbinical Course
Now Busy As Mother And House Wife
Monday night.
ginning his theological train-
:;at>bl isaac Elchanan
Skit To Highlight Meeting
Of Beth El Sisterhood
A skit will highlight the next
meeting of the Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth El on Tuesday.
January 23, at 8 p.m. at the Beth
El Center, according to Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, president. A reception
will follow.
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. (AJP)
The only woman to officially
complete a full seminary rabbini-
cal training course lowered the
thermometer from the mouth of
her ailing little daughter to say-
that she favored the ordainment
ol women to the rabbinatecon-
siderlng family responsibilities
didn't interfere.
Mrs. Lester Lyons, the former
Helen Levinthal, of Brooklyn. |
stirred widespread comment 15
years ago when she completed a >
full rabbinical course at the late
Stephen Wise Jewish Institute of |
Religion. The faculty of the in-
stitute decided that the title
"rabbi" was masculine so they
voted her a special Master of He-
; brew literature degree instead.
Now the mother of two chil-
, dren, a boy and a girl. Mrs.
i Lyons has little time for lecturing
as was her practice following
graduation from the Jewish In-
stitute of Religion. Family re-
; sponsibilities take up most of her
day. Even as she spoke to the
American Jewish Press, Mrs.
Lyons was busily engaged in tak-
ing the temperature of her little
daughter who joined the Lynn's
family sick list the previous day.
"This is a perfect example of
what women rabbis with families
would be up against. I lectured
and was active but the maid situa-
tion as it is, well."
Mrs. Lyons, who was invited
to occupy the B'nai Sholom pul-
pit in New York City as a guest
rabbi over the High Holi'i
some years ago, never receivi 1
rial ordainment as a rabbi.
entered the institute to fur-
|ther her studies of Hebrew and
later became a full-fledged slu-
; dent.
Mrs. Lyons father is Rabbi I--
1 rael Levinthal, prominent Braok-
i lyn spiritual leader. Her uncle
is Judge Louis E. Levinthal. of
Philadelphia, an active leadei in
.) a isn life.
Favoring equality for women in
the rabbinate. Mrs. Lyons poinl I
'out that "in the case of Mrs.
Lichenstein, of the Jewish Science
Organization. Mrs. Lichenstein
carries on in her late husband's
footsteps."
"But when you have a family
and home responsibilities, it pre-
sents a real difficulty. I believe
other women interested in the
rabbinate, if it were open to wo-
men, would face similar diffi-
culties."
Rosenberg Confers With Boss
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|vjrs Named To
II WF Board
C. Myers, prominent
and national Jewish leader,
een reelected to the execu-
committee of the Council of
Federations and Welfare
|ds, it was announced by
an Freeman, Indianapolis,
FWF president.
D Council of Jewish Fedtra-
and Welfare Funds is the
onal association of Jewish
pmunity organizations serving
cities as their instrument in
I Jewish affairs and pro-
P entral services in budget-
L i impaigning, year-round in-
Jri tation, community organiza-
and social planning. Member
Incses of the council annually
Be more than 90 percent of all
ids used for Jewish welfare
Jposes. The Greater Miami
fc'rsh Federation is a member
|ncy of the CJFWF.
V the council's annual General
lembly, delegates of communi-
I from all parts of the United
Ites and Canada appoint major
Fish leaders to the CJFWF
Bid of directors. The board, in
In. elects the executive com-
tee from its own membership.
\ctive for many years in Jew-
J causes, Myers is past presidtnt
[the Council of Jewish Federa-
ls and Welfare Funds; former
fcsident of the Greater Miami
Wish Federation; and campaign
airman of the Greater Miami
nmunity War Chest.
Dr. Narot To Speak
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will be
guest speaker at the regular meet-
ing of the Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress on
Wednesday, January 24. at 1:15
p.m. at the Syrian Lebanon
American Club. 2626 S.W. 3rd
Ave., according to Mrs. Ruth
Hertz, president.
Israeli Hadassah
To Hold Luncheon
Israeli Group of Hadassah will
hold a dessert luncheon to honor
life and new members at the
home of Mrs. David Koch. 4445 N.
Jefferson Ave., on Wednesday,
January 24, 12:30 p.m., according
to Mrs. Irving Westin, president.
Mrs. Ben Hammerman, mem-
bership chairman, and Mrs. Jack
Udell, hospitality chairman, and
their committees, consisting of
Mrs M. Bernstein, J. Chutkow. L.
Edell, E. Felton. A. Gilden, H.
| Kaplan, M. Kriegel, and L.
' Shapiro will assist.
Tamara Chapter To
See Israeli Film
A technicolor Israeli film en-
titled "A Pair of Shoes" will
highlight the next meeting of
Tamara* Chapter. Mizrachi Wo-
men, on Tuesday, January 23. at
8:30 p.m. at the Miamf Hebrew
School.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional
director of the organization, will
address the group after the show-
ing of the film. Another speaker
of the evening will be Mrs. Simon
April, cultural chairman, whose
topic will be "Jewish Arbor Day
New Year of Trees."
Plans for the group's donor
luncheon scheduled for March
will be discussed.
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57-Year-Old Woman Appointed Rabbi
Of Congregation In Mississippi Town
MERIDIAN, Miss. (AJP^-A bespectacled little 57-year-old
mother who as a girl enjoyed working around the temple in her
native Pensacola. Fla. and there met, loved and married c
young Reform rabbi 31 years ago, sat humbly in her modest
24th Ave. home here and prayed she would be equal

told report

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headline! this week with her ap-
poiniment a? the first v.-
. rabbi. Her little Jewish communi-
ty of Meridian. Miss., unanimous'
ly voted to have her replao
"My I late husband, Rabbi W
Ackerman, as spiritual adviser to
the little community's Temple
Beth Israel. (American Jewish
of h Press Photo)
.: Pensa-
folaand a] hcnt,
I. was beautiful at the temple r, ., ,
and much at home," Beth Israel r"
'.
It was during onn such visit Onoi
et a young Re- sne confided, she h :
aduate, William lieved in the equal I
-\ : in 5 ;. ihoy were pmng jn th0 rabbinate. On the I
ither and in 1919 Paula mar- m,s. Ackerman km
bi Ackerman. hick(,cl lho ,,,,,.
Together they went 1 Natchez, ment required for
Miss., where i ir four years Rabbi the post of rabbi.
and .Mrs. Ackerman instilled a
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\-, iMPmhlv of illustrious fie- in the nations capital bJ^
ably of illustrious fig-
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im 't the golden
i of the Jewish
Fund, land purchasing
I I and the World
be held
^l in Washington,

. || les com- .
annivers-lA
JNF will be
V. -idellt '
I James G.
ador
from
. i ched-
n will
, :< n-
ted by
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c iiintry
ti In
baandor Atiil;, ph'' ,
Dr. Abba HUM sgyf
Zionisms foremost ,
Dr. Israel Goldstar,1101
chairman of the Rr,,d'
committee; Dr. Harrta?
president of the J
Fund of An
Goldmann. chairrnan'
uowmann. ci,.,man ^
com- ^"u'1"'t'-"> be, ti m of the jj
.nmvers- I Agency.
AeaiS.'iiiv Women
To .tftviitl Tea

Mrs. Horn's
Bakery
1171 S. W. 8th Street
Serving Vou
With the finest Ife u
Pastry. Bread & Rolu
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Call 3-1653
Mrs. William Ackerman hit the
new spirit into the little Jewish
community. They came here to
Meridian where for 27
She turned again I I
rogation of 100 membi
offered encouragement and
lai
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Men' G
Mosi M
Beth Jacob i
HEAR YE OLDE SAGE
WCg.VII. Nil ml a v. 10:.I0 A.M.
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
5505 N. W. 3rd Street
Phone 87-81I
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President
Rabbi Ackerman, assisted by his \ S^SSSi **** ^
loyal wife, guided the spiritual
lives of this community's Jews.
Late in November. Rabbi Acker-
man passed away.
The events that came to pass
following Rabbi Ac-
death were the backd
event which climaxed this
with one of the most unusual
her behalf.
Words with her son. Dr. W
liam Ackerman, J: den-
tist, were in i rder, What
his thought.-'.' He was i
Vckerman's I?,*- And uhat of Dr- Ma*>
rop for an gisendrath, president of the
Lnion ol American Hel rew C -
, pegations, of whii
happenings in Jewish life: the '", IS,^ member? H''!i
appointment of a woman to the dratn: although [ with the
post of rabbi in a Jewish cum- p:,'n''';,i' "' iualit} in I
munity. women,
To understand the events that "J*1*1 Mrs A
led to Mrs. Ackerman's appoint- aJ1 along sht' li
'' nt it is neci -- iry to under-
stand the- prime role pi ,
ted little woman thr 'W?NV1nn
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JANUARY 19, 1951
fJewist Her Mian
PAGE 3 B
rican Aid To
II Sought
toRK CITY (AJP) An
political action drive
Bt affording Israel an
nancial grant was un-
| reek
dailies here carried
. articles calling upon
h Jewry to contact con-
and other public of-
support of the Amerl-
American Zionist
fcnd the Zionist Organiza-
ica are already on
with other Zionist
of such a loan to
,< i as a bulwark
|( in the Near
""""'"r''^'-"tt"*'"T"'Tff
considerable time to
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
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naBaBBPB!BneBBM8na^^g
Conn Siriythe, president and
managing director of the Toronto
Maple Leafs, on a recent visit to
the Cleveland Arena, spoke high-
ly of Hy Bullor's ability and rated
him as one of the ten outstanding
defcnsemen in the hockey game
other Jewish boy, Sam Lavitt,
who is the only other Jewish pro
player in the game.
PSJBBBBB Mikan, of Minneapolis, in re-1 tributed
bounds with 477, however, Adolph ; "Sports for Israel" and currentl;
has captured his 477 rebounds in I'
32 games as compared to Mikan's
34 games for the same amount of
rebounds.

The B'nai B'rith Sport Lodge
and the Cinema Lodge in New
York City, are holding a joint
meeting next week, to honor Mel
In the American Basketball
League, Irv Rothenberg continues
is wonting for a non-sectarian
children's camp set-up, which i>
under the guidance of a New
Jersey Rabbi.
* *
On the college basketball front,
it appears that Illinois, after its
defeat of Iowa on the latter's
court, is a favorite to capture the
today. Bullcr, often thought of as to lead the pack with 322 points

;
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7.
;i Washington. Rep. |
I, of Michigan's
t, introduced a bill in !
, Representatives ]
el up to $500,000,000
stance and place
state under the pro-
Economic Corpora-
ning of the now
mist groups through-
ted States were ex-
receive instructions
lordinated campaign
f< ct a U. S. loan to
B Welitch Will
Here Jan. 21, 22
Welitch, who captivated
rk audiences last season
Metropolitan debut in
will appear as guest
with the University of
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an "old timer" is actually only 24
years old, although he is now
playing his eighth season of pro-
fessional hockey. Eddie Shore
calls Buller "the best skater of
them all" and King Clancy, coach
of the Cincinnati Mohawks and
known as "Mr. Hockey," adds his
own raves about the youthful
veteran.
Buller was one memoer of a
group, whose age averaged 17.
which represented the New York
Rovers in 1942. Eight other boys,
beside Buller, turned professional
and of the eight, six are still
playing in pro ranks today. One
of them, Vic Lynn, teamed up
with Hy in a rugged defense
combination until the end of the
1942-43 season when they split
up, Buller going with the In-
dianapolis Caps for the 1943-44
campaign. Since then Hy has been
with the Red Wings, the Hershey
Bears and was finally traded to
the Cleveland Barons in the
middle of the 1947-48 season.
Hy can be as aggressive as
necessary and though he spends
his share of time in the penalty
box, he is not guilty of commit-
ting "chippy" ones. As for points,
Buller ranks with the best scor-
ers in the game.
Coincidentally, Buller, who is
Jewish, plays defense with an-
for a 16.1 average. He remains
one point ahead of his nearest
rival, Rabbi Walthour.
Herb Gershon, pudgy pilot of
the Paterson Crescents of the
American Basketball League is
raving over the twin perform-
ances displayed by the two former
New Yorkers, Joel Kaufman of
New York University and Irwin
Dambrot. former City College
All-American Kaufman has
scored 241 points for a 12.1 aver-
age, as compared to Dambrot's
240 points for an even 12 point
average in twenty contests. How-
ever, it is not their scoring alone
over which Gershon enthuses. He
feels that both boys are playing
better ball today than they did in
college and rate with the best
professional performers in the
country.
In the National Basketball As-
sociation Adolph Schayes of
Syracuse leads the Jewish ball-
players with a 16.6 average, hav-
ing scored 498 points in 32 con-
tests. He is followed by Max
Zaslofsky of New York, who has
caged 378 points for an 11.8 aver-
age. Schayes is tied with George
Allen, veteran sports-caster. Allen Big Ten honors this winter. One
of the mainstays on the Illinois
team is Irv Bemoris. whose out-
standing play has helped tho
Illini immeasurably. Bemoris is
one of the few Jewish basketball
players to perform in recent years
for' Big Ten aggregations.
handles broadcasts of the New
York Yankee baseball games and
was the announcer for the Notre
Dame football contests this past
fall. Mel has taken a very active
interest in Jewish charities along
the sporting lines. He has eon-
b0<
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the method of printing, in place
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her a and is tensi
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cult to concentrate on a su
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-Jmlsii Meridian
PAGE 5 B
>oss Opens
iing Classes
led Cross home nursing
went into full-scale ac-
this week with the com-
,f training of 18 nursing
| irs. New home nursing
I re being opened to meet
created by cooperation in
Ifense preparedness.
es are being formed now.
courses are free and open
general public. Registra-
,, now being accepted at
Chapter headquarters,
Ecayne Boulevard, 89-6661.
and evening classes are
Je to registrants. The com-
IDurse consists of instruc-
, of two hours," twice a
lover a period of three
classes are being
|at the Veteran's Hospital,
Idoah Junior High Scnool,
Elementary School, Wil-
pnnings Bryan School, and
idison Park Elementary
ime classes are being held
y.W.C.A.. the Civil Defense
pC (Orange Glade School),
lai Hospital and the St.
School.
i s headquarters offers
iy and evening classes.
Arriving In U. S.
To Report On Israel
i Beach Lawyers
To Seat Zinn
Harold Zinn will be seated as
president of the Miami Beach Bar
Association at the fifth annual
installation banquet at the Five
O'clock Club on Monday, Jan-
uary 22, at 6:30 p.m.
Circuit Judge Charles A. Car-
roll will be principal speaker, and
Martha Raye, the Ben Yost
Guards and Jackie Farrell will
entertain. The judiciary of Dado
County and their wives and rep-
I resentatives of the, clerk's and
| sheriff's office have been invitee.
Other officers to be Installed
I are Fred Baisden, first vice presi-
' dent; Herbert S. Shapiro, second |
vice president; Milton E. Grus-
' mark, secretary: and Godfrey K.
| Newman, treasurer. Directors to
be recognized at the rites include
Simon Englander, Alexander
Gordon, Marvin L. Kimmel, Mil-
ton Feller, Walter C. Kovner,
Harold B. Spaet, Charles B.
Yivo Banquet Set
For February 4
The annual Yivo banquet will
be held Sunday, February 4, at
6:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, of
it has been announced by Dr.
Meyer J. Glick, chairman of the
Greater Miami Yivo Committee.
This year's affair, which will
mark the twenty-fifth annivers-
ary of the Yiddish Scientific In-
stitute, will feature an address
by Mark Uveeler. Yivo executive
secretary. Cantor Samuel Kelemer
will offer vocal selecetions.
Reservations may be made by
calling 58-6400.
Chevra Mishnayos Siyum
Chevra Mishnayos of Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah will hold its
first Siyum on Sunday, January
21, at 6 p. m. in the social hall
of the synagogue. Rabbi Joseph
E. -Rackovsky announced that all
members of the organization are
invited to attend this S'udah Shel
Mitzvah.

Board Meeting Called
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Beth David PTA
has been called for Monday, Jan-
uary 22, at 8 p. m. at the home
of Mrs. David Parnes, 2001 S. W.
19th Street.
Mrs. Dvorah Rabinowitx. honor-
ary national vice president of
Misrachi Women's Organization of \ C3eveiandT'Darry A. Davis. Daniel
P. Galen and Jack A. Abbott.
in Unveiling
|d' ination of a monument
memory of the late Alex
i rly of 820 2nd Street,
will take place Sun-
knuary 21, at 1 p. m. at Mt.
Cemetery with Rabbi Moses
iff officiating. Mr. Kagan
I by his wife, Eva; two
Iwci daughters; two broth-
kt sister. Arrangements are
| :' Palmer's Miami Mon-
pany. Friends and rel-
are asked to attend.
lkman Unveiling
I dedication of a monument
memory of the late Louis
{man. formerly of 1151 S. W.
jvonue, will take place Sun-
anuary 21, at 3 p. m. at Mt.
letery .with Rabbi S.
ei officiating. Mr. Shank-
ived by his wife, Ida,
ns, Joseph, Martin and
and four grandchildren.
|s a member of the Zionist
n of America and was
ttn s manufacturer. Ar-
gents are in charge of Pal-
Miami Monument Corn-
\'ls and relatives are
to attend.
|n Unveiling
' 'lication of a monument
mt mory of the late Sam-
bin, formerly of 1270 N. W.
e, will take place Sun-
v 31. at 3:15 P. M.
S. ivlachtei will officiate.
tubin is survived by his
Jennie, and his mother. Son-
Mr. Rubin was a mem-
t>f the Masonic Lodge of
kut Grove. Arrangements are
\< Re of Palmer's Miami Mon-
C mpany. Friends and rel-
asked to attend.
America, arrives this month for a
thiee-month tour to report to
Miirachi Women nationally on
Youth Aliyah and other manifold
activities of the women's reli-
gious-Zionist organisation. Mrs.
Rabinowits, who formerly resided
in New York City, has helped
administer Mizrachi Women's ex-
tensive work in Israel for the past
two years.
Rappaport. Soldinger
Hosts At Dinner Party
Gil Rappaport and Sam Sol-
dinger, co-chairmen of the fund-
raising committee of Masada-
Miami Beach Young Zionist
District, were hosts at a reward
dinner party at the home of Es-
ther and Rose Brauer, 444 West
40th St., Miami Beach, on Sunday
evening.
The affair was preceded by a
cocktail party at the Versailles
Hotel, and a visit to Jack Valen-
tine's Ice Show in Fort Lauder-
dale concluded the evening's
activities.
Guests included Frances Cohen.
Rita Dulberg, Hilda Lax. Harriet
Smuckler, Pearl Protzell, Estelle
Pietrack, Evelyn Colef, Sondra
Palmer, Abe Schaefer, David
Goodwin, Monty Popover, Jack
Dulberg, David Goldfine and Gil
Miller.
Members of the arrangements
committee are Feller, Shirley
Woolfe, Vivian Schaeffer, New-
man, Edward Klein, Harry Smith,
Joseph Gassen and Sol Genet.
Masada Oneg Shabbat
Masada-Miami Beach Zionist
District will hold an Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday, January 20, at 8:45
p. m. at the home of Mrs. Al
Osheroff, 2485 Meridian Avenue,
Miami Beach, it was announced
by President David Goodwin.
Monty Popover will present hu-
morous tales and lead commu-
nity singing.
Will Mark Tu Bishevat
Pi(*ieer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will mark Tu
Bishevat with a cultural meeting
on Monday, January 22, at 8
p. m. at the Harrison Hotel, 4th
Street and Washington Avenue,
Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president, has
announced.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Hava you. roof rapalrtd now; you
will mvo on now roof later
Satisfactory Work by
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A tempting treat for
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because they
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Phone 4-0333
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Stt.
Hebrew Religioui Supplies
For Synagogues and Priy.te
Use. Also Jo, Hebrew School*.
Telephone 5-9017
Complete and jbepe/u/al/e effle Sam
MIAMI TITLE
& Obstruct Co.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANd
Title Insurance Pelicies of
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus & Reserves
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W. JANUARY 19. 1951
*Jewlsti Hcrkllan
Of Local Man
eives Honor
Edward S. Sulkin of South-
n Medical College recently
cd the 1950 award for cotn-
ly health service given by
alias Hospital Council.
award, which is given to
?rson who has contributed
lost toward Dallas County
improvement, was given to
llkin for his work in polio
fell.
Sulkin, the son of a former
nan now living in Miami
1)8 S.W. 25th St., is chairman
professor of bacteriology and
|n ilogy at Southwestern
tal College of the University
/as. In addition, he serves
sultant to Brooke General
|tal, Fort Sam Houston, San
Bio.
:- also affiliated -with the
Health Organization spon-
>y the United Nations in
with a worldwide in-
tx study program.
rvices will be used as
to the virus division
Communicable Disease
. an affiliate of the U. S.
i Health Service at Mont-
I Ala.
Mxe Apartment Unit
Je Built For Negroes
fty-one wooden shacks, only
ks from the Dado
Courthouse, are being
y to make way for a
luxe apartment hotel for
occupancy. The project,
I nporarily as the Lord
l:\ Apartment Hotel, will be
on N.W. 6th St., between
ind 3rd Avenues., and will
of 96 apartments, includ-
i ncies an dsome one and
m units.
of the apartments will be
on the perimeter of an
itional court, 75 feet
and 226 feet long, containing
f I swimming pool, 30
i 60 feet in size, a land-
i io and a dining terrace.
of this new structure
Jen Dnnbaum and John E.
Inn. Danhaum. who came
| Omaha, Neb., where he
f police, is the Florida
distributor for Calvert
Ues. Bigman is a former
manufacturer of North
Una and New York, who
^d to this area shortly over
years ago.
? propect was designed by
Btect Tony Shtrman.
I a mi Juniors
Sponsor Dance
Mil] Unit of Junior Hadassah
(sponsor a dance, "the Tarle-
reat," on Saturday, January
9 p.m. at the Lord Tarleton
II. according to Rita Ross,
dent,
lice Kaiser, chairman, has an-
!<( d that there will be profes-
II entertainment. Proceeds
> :u marked for the Meier
|y.ih Children's Village in Is-
and reservations may be
iy calling Miss Kaiser.
Is Money Required For Happy Marriage?
UnslmtU'SSKL M' Blumej,thaI- accredited consulting psycho-
logist m full time practise m Miami is a specialist in adult and
J ?-!eT-i/a Part ,f his W0Tk- he gives *r**0e, personal
?!?/, counseling, as well as psychoiog.cal testing and
'T1 %unsel\ A Professional psychologist for the past 19
years. Dr. Rlumenthal is a diplomale in clinical psychology of the
American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology. He will
^i*rf? .S.C"SS any ""eStions tmt in bV readers trough this
w2T .u0,1'-! Se?es- Please send "" Questions to Dr. Seymour
M BlumeiithoJ. The Jewish Floridian. P. O. Box 2973. Miami IS
Editors note.
PAGE 7B
Dear Dr. Blumenthal:
From your own professional ex-
perience and that of your col-
leagues, would you say that lack
of money is a universal cause for
marital unhappiness?
Answer:
No, not only is it not a uni-
versal cause, but it almost always
is no cause at all for marital un-
happiness. It is true, that a great
number of couples come to my
office citing insufficient money as
being their major reason for their
mutual difficulties. But, on
evaluating their personal and
marital historv, it becomes rapid-
ly apparent that the problem of
lack of money is but a symptom
of their unhappiness. This symp-
tom masks a more basic and un-
derlying difficulty in their mar-
riage.
I do not mean to imply that
money is unessential. Having
financial security to adequately
care for one's family is obviously
necessary. However, money does
not buy marital happiness. It
helpsas do many other-things
to make life more comfortable,
but only if both husband and wife
are understanding of each other
and can get along with the mini-
mum of friction.
Too often, marital unhappiness
is caused by the clash of person-
alities of both husband and wife.
More often, each individual lacks
self understanding and proceeds
to operate as if they were single
persons. Each goes about without
regard or consideration of the
spouse as an important and in-
tegral part of the family unit.
On the other hand, two seem-
ingly incompatible persons can
often learn to get along with each
other, if both are willing not only
to try. but most important, to do
1 something constructive about their
; difficulies. According to the psy-
j chologist Ruch, "Marriage is
partly finding the right person
and partly being the right per-
son."
Personal and marital problems
may arise for many reasons. How-
ever, unless these problems are
satisfactorily adjusted and
quicklythe marriage may be
scriouslv undermined. It is the
intelligent couple, who after mak-
ing earnest attempts at readjust-
ing their problems, and finding
little success, seek competent pro-
fessional assistance for help. It
is important to remember that the
longer one lives with a problem,
the more difficult it may be to
solve. The old adage of "an ounce
of prevention is worth a pound
of cure" is extremely appropriate.
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2180 N. W. 13th Avenue
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The Showcase of Good Food
The GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH

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In Jewish SectionWoodlawn Park Cemetery
AVAILABLE NOW!
For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19,
ReMqious Directory...
n C I I y V Congreg.iion Beth TliUh (Or-
Temple israet the J'"J ^ EucHd Ay,., Mlmi
SW^?Jrtw2 Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
Rabbi Emeritus. ^ y- ,
rabbi
v ,, the Portion Of the
bl Kill
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n.m I wed
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In Ijiwa and
and Thura-
In w h Legends or |
Jewish Community Center Downtown Synnagogue (form-
(Conservativc. 2020 Polk St.. c o,d BcJh David). 135 N.W.
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacoj J. Honig; 3fd Avp Rabbi Marvin Zelkowiti.
Cantor Mordecai Feincrnan. i Sat-
Thc rabbi will
f the Wi
with Mini I"
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WM
MIAMI
BEACH
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to welcomt
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nishings throughout Vf
IW coffee shoo a*A V
i"op and
dining room newly loni
scoped tropical gaiden
swimming pool do
plo
nemg
nned entertainment

Congregation Kr.eseth Israel
(Traditional.. 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.


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Temple betn snoiom (Liberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi
Samuel Kelemer.
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West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative!..
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.




Miami Hebrew bcnooi and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). HOI S.W.
I2lh Ave. Rabbi S:mon April
Cantor Berelc Ke!omei.

gragatifn Bef.i Uuvid (I
Road. Rabbi Max Shapi
Maurice Mamches.
1

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Temple Isaiah (Reform*. Town

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AvTe?^Si"eB;2M Broward
Singer Ratt? Bach- Richard E.
Raw!?
Ml idi

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ind Sabbat
Congregation Bath El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
.. i> m, i
i ifflcera and i
Beth Kl I
In the
I il will
and our
a ... Peal -
. ,i. ru itishvHi i inea
morn-
will
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in ..f
ItH relal
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Dally

Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
r.car Le Jeune.
il B:IS

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I:. w i! 1
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meeta
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Miami Beacn Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Thi I .i
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red by
ervlci
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IIlull -. hool fi.r
m
engregauon Beth Jacob (Or-
ihodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Mote* Mes-
cheloff.
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Hi tuple
Mil l. i .it
Rabbi
! n of the Week
Mondaj
' 6 10 .in.l
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3.38 S. W. 24th Terr
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I Late
u< ii,,.i,, Ralph
Dignity ,.r
skcim. YtMir t susm um
UtO$IO0.vMlnlanM
TfUPHONE--S9 7764
JEWISH
CUISINE
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned
Mezzanine Floor

.. Hatur-
Kabh Abraham
I rt of the
I nK\inir
!$| by
, ho : al 10
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative). Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium. 77th
St.and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip
r ried. acting rabbi.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th!
Miami Beach.
I. II] aen m. and II
n in Batur la) moi nil 4
Friday evening u
Saturday ;ir t p.n ''
hour for chlldn of thi '"
. on munlty Refreahmi nl
Mi-ved and M. bn "-\mM
will be taushl : 1^3
Mill. >--|J
followlna Bundaj m ''
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen|
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Monday through Fnd > ,'vliljl
; 10 a m Baturda) ^
day at s a m. Mim h.i *
followed by Maai i at
Northside Jewish Centui
Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd A"|
and 53rd St. 1M .
Cantor laaac S. Smith wl ""
ate at aervloea Friday <"<>
North Dad* Jewish t
(ConaervatiTe). 13630 W.
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening aerice
' l,|\- Nil.IMIIlC N" : v ~ ""
Temple Beth El (ConserOT|
E30 Fern St.. West Palm B**|
Rabbi Manuel Grecnstein.
l-"ncl.i> evening eervlcei
Saturday morning 9 >'". s.
Bohool :i p.m. Dally Mon -inur
ilay Bchool 10 a in
Congregation i oung israw
thodox). 4001 Chasa Ava
Beach.
Bei vieaa Friday ninin at '"J ,,M
day at 9 a.m. Mlncha at J^fJ
followed bv Shal.- '.,!"'
Sunday to Thursday > "' ',L>il
aii Young laimal memlx ra n
are lavited to attend. ..jiMir
T'Ferath laraal Congregi<3
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.w- 1
Avenue. .,c J
Kn.lav evening eervfc* ,. ,a|
Baturday I a-m. All reWaa
Invited to at'eao. gg|
Cong. Rabbi Chanina m
Tradyon Nuaach Arie n%\J
both Rabbi Chanina Ben i'""n
Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th A** ^
Hervlcea daily '" -',.m p
ti 'SI
!-!'
Mm ha p m Maai
tnlng nerA n ea at fu
Eitz Chaim Cong. tw'","Bj
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. *l
7th A: >
H. Horowitz.
Ben i""

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will
r barji
lBlrtT9- JMnticell Park. N.E.
D.3Ka,r 10,H AVe" Ja""
I'ni I'll..*. ,1 ".rvlcea at |:)0
N W B.u '""* Bhabbot,
!' SwR"W^on,
e-cW* 8*,urdtt^ m<-nlng M ,:00
try..... at 7 10 a in _,,io ,
rwat Jawiah Congragaw-
Coral Gabtoa. 1618 p^cVoT(1
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De K
ltnbbl D. Koven wi" u" Hd
pyie it I
claaaea dally from P '". U i<
Sunday aohool '""'_1, ft f*
Temple Emanu-El o .^
erdaU and HoUywood W ^
1801 So. Andrews A^
Lauderdale. Dr. Marios M
rabbi. Btfj!!
HervlcfM rYJday at i P ") **gtiajfl
w III preach. Hebrew e"'r -
10 a.m.; rellgloua achool o


tIDAY. JANUARY 19, 1951
+Jeistncric/iari
PAGE 9 B
>;m To A ill
folio Init
(Several Greater Miami labor
will contribute their fa-
ll and services free <>f charge
in with Coral Gables Lodtfe
en'a Chapter of B'nai
\ :> insoring their annual
:ul fun night en
January 28. With pro-
:' ir the National Po-
i. the Federation of
through its special wel-
I ! and the Electricians Union
| iate the use of its hall at
. W. 17th Avenue for that
| ding to Mrs. Ralph Barg-
neral chairman, and chap-
president, Mrs. A. Frank Wel-
ns. a complete evening of games,
j, entertainment and prizes
k een planned.
{Tickets are available from Cor-
G.iblcs lodge members.
Obituaries
HARRY ADELBERG
'' BM i:,ti, st Miami Baa, h
eil awaj
.'",' "" IBth in prut i
I Hospital Ml Vrtolb(
veteran ol th< Isl World ..
Othi r
i tila \.i.'!.
two slaters, all ol Brooklyn.
DR. ARTHUR KRAUSE
I, ot IIOSB \ .. ,'. Mi.,;,, .
awaj mi January ;" H, .i, ,,
'"' ,"1' two yearn ......., -^ from i:.,.-
lon. He is sun Ivad by his if., n. .
"in,.,, a daughter, Dr. Marguerite
Krause, of Miami, Services wen con-
du< te i ;,t Hi,- OordoTI Funeral Chapel
by Rabbi Morris Bkop. nterment fol-
lowed in Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
|< Smarlxiii.'iii To
i|M';ik At Center
|! in a series of 12 forum
,ins on "The Art of Jew-
Living," part of the Miami
t Jewish Center's Adult Ed-
t Institute under the di-
Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
I ke place on Tuesday, Jan-
23, at 9:30 p.m.
| Sehwartzman, executive
of the Bureau of Jewish
: in, will speak on "Modern
I n Jewish Education."
| lectures, which follow
I ill Hebrew classes held
W dnesday at 7:30 p.m.. are
i the public. All classes
tures are conducted in the
y religious school building.
lercantile Bank
teelects Officers
|Si, ckholders of the Mercantile
fctional Bank of Miami Beach
f ted their officers and di-
at a meeting last week.
I ers include Benjamin N.
I chairman of the board; Ed-
|a:c! Mercer, president; Marcie
ian. vice president; S. W.
vice president and cashier;
bnry S. Lawley, vice president;
i Kane, vice president; D.
Hudson, assistant vice presi-
pt; Stanley N. Bookbinder, as-
li cashier; J. W. O'Hara, as-
I cashier.
tors include Samuel Blank,
rue Goldberg, Benjamin Kane,
i Kane, Harold Kassewitz,
j an. Mercer, Max Orovitz
Id Alexander Orr, Jr.
ROBERT EISENBERG
7i, ,,f 1331 B.W. 36th Terr., passed
awaj January 13 at ins home, a
reHloViit for run,' years, Mr. ESIaenberg
I came here from Lancaster, Pa. He
.was a retired custom laiior. He leaves
I his wlfa Minnie; two son-, Bernard,
<>r Harrlsbusg, Pa., ami Morton, ol
I Miami; three daughters, Mrs. Prances
si.-v.-ns. mis. Miriam Katser and Mrs.
I Ruth Kopp, ,,11 ..f Miami; also a
^rother, Joseph, of Lancaster, and five
pran,l,'hll,lt < n. Services were con-
ducted by Dr. Joseph Narot hi Gordon
Funeral Chapel, with Interment tak-
ing plate in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MILTON MENDEL BURKE
61, of 303 S.W. 13th Court,
awaj suddenl} a) home January 11.
11<- ca in,- hei i iver five > es; -
from Washington, D. <'.. ami
retired realtor. He leaves his wltp
Betty; daughter, Llbb.v Beryl; and .,
brothi r, Meyer, "i \X-- ihlnn i m Set \ -
were held at Qordon Funeral
Chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro In
charge. Interment followed in Mt.
Blnai Cemi tery.
Ileth Mioloni To
Sponsor .lowisl.
Pluralion ^leet
A three-day laymen's confer-
ence on Jewish educat tirst
of its kind in the Greater Mi
area, will be held by the religi >u
iol board of Temple B
ind 21.
The confi ied to
acquaint the lay leaders of
temple with current national
trends in Jewish education and;
to relate these to ils own edu- ,
cational program.
Principal speaker at this parley :
will be Dr. Emanuel Gamoran,
director of the National Commis-
sion of Jewish Education of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. Dr. Gamoran will
make a survey tour of the various
departments of the Beth Sholom
School and will evaluate his find-
ings at a leadership luncheon on
Sunday, January 21, at the Ho-
tel Martinique.
Committee for arrangements of
this conference include Mrs. Leon
J. Ell, chairman of the school
board, Mrs. H. S. Kaplan. Rabbi
"Leon Kronish and Sydney J.
Greenberg, principal.
Sharet Chapter To
Hear ADL Leader
Daniel N. Hoffman, assistant
director of the Florida Regional
office, Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith, will address mem-
of Sharet Chapter B'nai
B'rith Young Women on
d v. January 23, ::t 8:30 p.m.
Meeting at the home ol Rosalyn
Cohen, 2454 S.W. 13th St., the
membership will also see thi
film. "Boundary Lines" and par-
ticipate in a discussion concern-
ing the advancement of good
human relations.
ADL Chairman Marilyn Young-
er will direct the program. Her
aides will be Beverly Koch and
Mrs. Adelc Klugcrman. A report
on the Red Cross knitting project
will be given by Sylda Botwin.
community service chairman.
WHY
/ YOUR BEST BUY
' Block from Time* Square Walkino,
diilance to everything worthwhile.
FANNIE STRUMPF
7". a winter visitor from New York
i !ltj. Btaj Ina at 100 s w. ssnd Ave.,
paaaed away at that addrei on Jan-
uary l.",. Bhe is survived in a son,
Hai,.1,1, of Miami. daughter, Mis.
Stella Rosenblatt, New fork; a
brother Sidney Newraark, of Loe
Angeles. Th,* remains were sent t,
.\, w fork for services ami interment
by Qordon Funeral Home.
JOSEPH FILIURIN
63, a visitor from Porresl Hills. I,.
r, passed away in a beach hospital
January II, n<- was staying at 1678
Michigan Ave. Ho was sales manager
for IVI'O Plastics Corp,,ration He
leaves two sons, Robert ami Edward;
one brother. Dr. Myron Plllurln;
on., sister, Mrs. K. MuskaII,lit, all of
.New York. The remains were sent to
New York for services an,I int, riimnt
by Miami Beach Riverside
JOSEPH L. STRAUSS
to, retire,! owner of a printing com*
pnny in Chle-afro, passed away in a
beach hospital on the nth. Hi ".,-
winter visitor ami was Staying at
l'Tihi Collins Ave. .\ widower, he is
eurvlveil hy his son Joseph L. Strauss.
Jr., win, bad accompanied him hen-.
The remains were sent to Chicago for
services and interment hy the Miami
Beach Riverside.
'V Post To Meet
IWest Miami Post 223, Jewish
lar Veterans, will meet at the
r Miami Jewish Center, 5720
f 17th St., on Thursday, Jan-
25, it has been announced
Willard H. Bender, com-
I
ird Party Slated
i len'i Branch 692 of the
I' iKinen's Circle will sponsor a
I'd party on Sunday, January
I at 7 p.m. at the Labor Lyceum,
I Washington Ave., Miami
taeh. Proceeds will go towards
adoption of a European child.
LOUIS GOLDBERG
11, a w int.r visitor from Chicago,
staying at 727 Collins Ave., passed
away on the Uth in a Miami Beach
hospital. He is survive,1 by his wife",
Anna The remains were s, ml to
Chicago for services ami Interment
by Miami Beach Riverside,
HARRY STEINER
A winter visitor from Brooklyn, 40
years of age, passed away in a beach
hospital <>n tne nth. a veteran of
th.' last World War, hi- is survived
by his wife. Sari; one son, Michael;
tin,.' brothers anil three sisters, all
of Brooklyn where the remains were
sent by Miami Kearh Riverside for
services ami Interment.
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Dov Chapter To Hold
Supper Party Sunday
Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Wo-
men will sponsor a Chamisha Asar
Bishevat supper party and en-
tertainnient on Sunday, January
21, at 6 p.m. at Congregation Beth
El, according to Mrs. Hyman
Pertes, president
Mrs. Lena Zimmerman is chair-
man of the event, with Mrs. Sarah
R. Sparr as co-chajrman. Reserva-
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JenisHh"'d*jr
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19,
Religious Schools
Jewish voungsters in thousands
of Hebrew class and S
scho. I
ceive the I tional
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ling foi girl. The
represented strengl
cypress tree i wing
riches reflected the beauty of
Jewish womanhood.
Throughout the Uniti I SI I
Hebrew schools planned special
gram commerorating Chami-
sha Asar Bishevat. Through the
Jewish National Fund
American y iui pected
to collect fur. :.
of new trees stati
To Mark Chamisha Asar llih Beach Zionists To
Hear Rabbi Shoulson
, shoulson. past
. ,, h rn Dela-
t District m Philadel:
the Miami
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man Kahbi
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A young Israe'i welcomes Jewish Arbor Day by planting the
seeds of a future t-ee. Jewry in the United Slates, along with
Monday (January 22) when youngsters look forward to bags of
fruit, nuts, and little sweets from the soil. (American Jewish
Press photol
Detroiters Will
Install Officers
S muel S. Stab! will h.
stalled as president of the D> ti it
Social Cub at cen nies Satur-
January 20. at 8 p.m. at the
Town and Bes Club. No. One
Lincoln Road. Miami B<
Detroit Attorney A n R >sen-
berg will serve as toastrr
and coffee and cake will be
served following the ril
Others to be installed are Hy-
man Levenson, vice
Simpson J R
financial
secretary; and William K

Distiller To Speak
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
lOTI
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JM v
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|.: is HEREBY GIVEN that
,,, ,|, desiring In engage i"
the fictitious name m'
Delicatessen and Luncheon-
H u Mli Street. V\ el
'Imida, Intend to register Bald
I, the Clerk of Iho Circuit
111,1. County, Horlda.
II \Rol.H SHAFF ER
IH'TH SHAFFER
IIVMAN REINGOLD
\ 'ND ROSENl z z
plaintiff*
lOT
['

CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i; IS HEREBY OIVEN that
|i ii Ins in I'll-
thi flctfl lou hi me ol
AUTO DRIVING
vxn DRIVER CLINIC at
ii.i ;ii 2th Btreet,
Intends to i
..r the
i i;nii- CniiMi \. I in' Ida.
u .1 iliill) CARLSON
M \i;i; & KM (YD,
VV. .i. (Bill) Caraon
Build
i
-OCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN thai
to engage In
' i tloi........:
PRINTING \- PER-
ul 7_'i Washington
lleai li. I- lorlda, In-
i name with thi
Courl ol I .!!.

Mi i: ABRAMSi >N
I
f \ li ant
i ......la
)TI
I
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
!: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
di -ii Ins to ngage In
Ih fictitious nan.....f
\ ii: CENTRE i o Palme
s. Dixie Highway, South
County, Florida, Intend
i i;.i mi with ihe Merk
i' in t <>r I'aiii- County,
SAMUEL B. FREEDMAN
STANLEY RA8KIN
AMY I KEEH.MAN
EI.AYNE RASKIN
,v liENET
II paiii'
\
i
laj
la,
I
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I. is HEREBY GIVEN that
ned, desiring to engage. In
iii- the fictitious name of
MoTEL .h K61111 s Dixie
South Miami, Dads County,
i i" register said name
k "f thi- circuit Court <>f
Florida.
samuel h. freedman
stanley raskin
w1y freedman
u.aynf. raskin
.'. ckxf.t
i" all-tigrtles
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hii-: I'ol-NTY JUDGE'S COURT
VXD FOR DADE COUNTY.
'Kil'A. IN PROBATE, No,
ESTATE oF AURA HAM N.
UMAX, also known as ABRA-
i liooDMAN, ABE GOODMAN,
A X GOODMAN, li.icas.-il
1 'linns and All Persons Hav.
'In 1ms -I Demands Against Bald
ii h of you, arc hereby
i required to present any
demands which you, or
maj have against the
IRAIIAM N. OOODMAN,
kl Ml late of Miami Beach,
inly, Florida, to the Hon.
hi. ("iiinl \ .Indue of I lade
lid file the sain.- In his office
iiniy Courthouse In Dade
la. within sigh) calendar
the date of the first
i "f Said claims or de-
'iii the legal address of
i ii'l I" In- sworn to and
aforesaid, or same win
i See Section il'h <.r the l<33
n nth. A.D. |9tl.
1.1 I.I.I AX OOODMAN,
ti itrlx of the Estate of
RAHAM X lltHlliMAN, also
ABRAHAM i It n >l i.M \N.
' "'UMAX, and A. N. C.< >D-
ised.
PEN.
Road
h, Florida
Administratrix

ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
io Jewish Floridion
your legal notices.
' appreciate your
patronage and guaran-
accurate service at
gal rates. Phone 2-1141
t messenger service.
LEGAL NOTICE
... N5?TICE BY PUBLICATION
* 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I.FVKXTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT;
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
M.oRM.A. ,x CHANCBRYrNol
BERNARD FELDMAN, I'lalniiff va
':l'sl'V,"-'ll,.'l'MA-N'- Defendant'
yoU. I. .mi-: FKLDMAN; 2101 75th
: Brooklyn, New York, are ,-.
quired t.. serve a copy ..r >, Answer
to the Dili of Complaint for dlvon -
"ii plaintiffs attrney and file the
original In the office ,.f the Cli
this mill .in or before Febi i
1951, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso
win ii. entered against vou.
Dated January 11. I
>, ,.'':,.''- [-KATHERMAN, Clerk
(Circuit Court Real)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
HAROLD SHAPIRO '"'""'' CtortC'
Plaintiff's Attorne)
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1 19 26 :.' 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[li- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under ih.- fictitious name ol
FAIRLAWN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY
ai No. 4X2 Southwest 22nd Avenue, in
Clby iif Miami, Florida. Intends
iii register said name with the Clerk
"f the Circuit Courl of Hade County,
Florida.
MILTON FRF.iw.U.D.
Bole Owner
MURRAY G( hii.man.
Attorney a) Ian
914 i ilympla Building
Miami, Fli rlda.
l 12-19-26 2 2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT C" IURT >F Till'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF l- LllRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. l.\ CHANCERY, No.
13781
JOSEPHINE ORSKOVICH PI
vs. JOSEPH ORSKOVICH, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: .li >SEPH ORSKOVICH
11 d SI
N \ k '' i x v
V J' '-' EPH C.RSKi IVICH, an
hereby notified that a H I
iree In-
i, and you e
terve a ir of your At
Ing t" the B.....
plalntlfrs \ '
Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, ir, I
rile the original Answer or I"
in the office of the Clerk of the t
ii.....>efore thi of Feb.,
1951. If you full ludgment bj
default will be taken against von fot
the relief demanded In the BUI of
' 'omnlalnt.
This notice shall be published once
each \\e-k for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florid Ian
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ll day of Jan A.D 1951.
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
BEN ESSEN
822 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. I-lorlda
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/19-26 2/2-9
STOCKING,
I leputy i 'I. rk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FISJ.R1DA, IX AND Knit DADE
COUNTY. IX CHANCERY. No.
1.ITS 12.
MICHAEL ANGELICO. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY ANGELICO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In: MARY ANGELICO
c/o MARY ABEDELAHAD
423 East Hath Street
Xew York City. X.w York
You MARY ANGELICO, arc hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and >.ni are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., S23
Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 12 day
of Feb., 1951. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlun.
DONE A.Mi ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 11 day of Jan., A.D. 1MI.
!:. l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By w.M. \v.
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
sl':i Seybold Hi.ig.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
I 19-28 2/2-9
STOCKING,
Deputy clerk.
SUIT FOR ANNULLMENT
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IX CHANCERY, No.
187767.
GLORIA STEINBERG KRIETZMAN,
Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE II.
KRIETZM \X. Defendant.
TO: THEODORE H. KRIETZMAN,
- o Louis Llebert,
U.2 West 42nd Street.
Xew York City, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Hill for Annulhnenl of Marriage has
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve a oopy of your
Answer or Pleading' to the Hill for
Aniiiiiiiu. nt of Marriage on the plain-
tiffs attorneys, Myers. Helman
Kaplan, 650 Seybold Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
jeth dav of February, 1951. If you fall
t.i do so, Judgment by default Will be
tak.-n against you for the relief de-
manded in the BUI for Annullment of
Marriage.
This notice shall be published nine
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of January,
B. B. i.EATHKRMAX. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County, Horlda
(Circuit Court Seal) ___-,,< .
Hy W.M. W. STOCK I NO
Deputy Clerk.
MYERS, HEIMAN a KAPLAN,
Solicitors for Plaintiff,
i. Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
i 13-19-26 I j
EITLIN &. COMPANY
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
Sn< T. MIAMI a. FLA.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the u !. di siring, i engage n
the MCtltioUS name ol
Ft asli Cos -h Ha i n ai s
i- xle Hlghwaj ^ Chapman Field, in-
tend !'. ,i.i name \\ ith the
of the Circuit Co u i of 11 d
Count]. Fl
JOHN TRABOLD
FRIEDA TRABOLD
i '\\: .
EDWARD II. LEVIN
Attornej for Applicants
1717 i ''!.'.: ;
: 12-19-24 2 :'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IX PROBATE, No,
25289.
in Re: ESTATE of
FI-oRA I.. BROWN,
i ii ceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Eat "-.
You. ami each of you, are herebj
notified ami required to present an]
' lalms and demands a hah you, or
either "( you, maj have against the
estate of Flora I.. Brown, deceased,
M unl. Dade County, Florida,
tn the lii'i W f. Blanton, i
Judge of ii.ni. County, and file the
same in hit office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Bald lalms or demands in contain the
i. gal addr< ol the claimant and to
be v* oro to and presi at ed a
said, or same will be barred. Bei
Si tlon 120 of the Probate Act.
Hate Januarj I, A.D. 1951.
HELEN L. BRl >WN,
As K\e. in i>. 0f the I V, III and
'mi iii Hi Flora i. 11
.i
MYERS, HEIMAN aj KAPLAN
Attoi ia v. for Executrix
2 J
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIVIL COI RT OF REC" >lll>
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
Fl.' iRIl i.\ N. |
LITTLE RIVER LOAN CORP., a
ff, vs.
D.MER I.' r:i:su.\
l di 'K NESSLER, C.arnli hi
ER Q PI RSLEY

Akl -I. 6, '
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for the coll
- been filed against j ou In the
'i cause, and you art 11
quired I i serve a copy of your Answer
or other |>l< adin is to the t 'omplalnt
on MARX FABER, Attorney for
ff, 112 Congri Hulld ng, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original >(
said pie idlng In the office "i I he
Clerk of the above Court, on or before
the 12th day ..;' February, 1951, other-
wise a default Judgment will be en-
tet -ii ags ii. i you.
Dated this '.'ih '^i^' of January, 1951.
W. CECIL WATSON.
Clerk of Civil Court
(Seal)
By CHARLES C. PAGE,
I leputy Clerk.
I 12-19-26 2/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AXI) FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
137512.
MARY J. AMENDOLA, Plaintiff, vs.
.mux FRANCIS AMENDOLA, SR.,
i 'i fendant.
To: Mr John Fran-is Am-ndola, S ,
i .. Mrs. Michael Barone
5617 Myrtle Avenui
Olendale, Long Island, New Yak
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRE! i I
serve copj ol your Answer t'i the
Hill of Complaint in the above ca
for Divorce, on the plaintiff's at-
torneys, and file the original In thi
office uf the Clerk "f the Clrcu I Court,
on or before January 25, 1951, "i
wise said Hill of Complaint ^\ill be
taken as c< ini essi d bs j ou.
Hal. d this 27 da] "t Dec. 1930.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
k of the Circuit C
1 lade Count i, Florida.
II Courl Seal)
B) : W.M. W. BTOCKIN I,
Deput) i
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attoi i ei a for Plaintiff
lold B tiding
i irlda
I 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name of
Sahal Palm It-ndix l.aundi v-t t- at
5187 X. E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida.
Intends to register saiil name With the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MRS. LENA ROSENBAUM,
Sole Owner
1/5-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT i > IURT OF THE
1 IT 11 -HI >!i 'I A I. CIRCUIT IN AND
I-' lit DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, \
Fl.uRt HWEITZER Plaintiff,
vs. IIARi H.i. SCHWEITZER, I"
fendant
'I'. HAROLD BCHWEI1 ZER
2311 7 Street
Tui Als ma
YOU ARE REQUIRED to B>
:' your answe (o thi Bll
Complaint on the plaintiff* Atl
Iglnal answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Cl
Courl "a or before the 9th
Fi bruat j. 1851, in the above i n( Ith d
cause for divorce, otherwise h Decre
Pro Ci III be enti
you.
DATED: this 5th day of -I
1951.
E. II. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol the Clrcuil Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w. STOCKING,
Deput) Clerk.
DE Cl ISTAS, MAER A FLOYD
At tOI la for Plaintiff
607-8 Blscayne Building
Miami it, Florida
B) : WALLACE X. MAER
(if Counsel
1/12-19-26 -' -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAV*
Nt ITICE is' HEREBY GIVEN thai


IV : s :
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the i'l' i k of the Circuit I

IC BAR INC
A Flot Ida Col
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attoi nt s for Applicant
I
2 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Frank's Liquor Birr at 2108 Red Road,
MONTAGUE MAX VAXTON, De-
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRANK HAMPSEY.
Sole Owner
BERICK AND SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd.
1/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAYEMOOR at 218 X.E. 22nd Street,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
RAYS TEITBLBAUM
Sole < iwner
ELRY STONE
Attorne) for Raye Telt.lhauin
1010 Congress Building
Miami. Ha.
1/12-19-26 2 -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE flRCCIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA -
IN CHANCERY, No. 187700.
JOSEPH os'HKROFF
OSHEROFF, his wlfi
SAM LEVIN and
LEVIN, also known
LEVIN, his wif
Toi SAM LEVIN
and A XX A
Plaintiffs, VS.
AUDREY I,
as AUDREY
, Defendants.
and
AUDREY I.. LEVIN,
77fi HARVARD
UNIVERSITY CITY. MISSOURI.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint
Praying for H.-claratory Decree ami
other Relief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney
and to file the original .Answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 1L* day of
February, A.P. 1951;
Bill of Complaint
herein will be taken
you.
DATED at Miami,
day of January, 1951.
F. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Had.- Countv. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
B] : WM. W.
otherwise, the
heretofore filed
as confessed by
Florida, this r.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs' Solicitor:
NORMAN R. I.Yo.xs.
914 Olympia Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
1/18-19-26 L' z
STOCK I Xi 1.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI-ORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
187782.
ANITA B ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
LEON ROSENHERO, Defendant.
TO I.Fox ROSENBERG,
DEFENDANT:
You are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of ("omplalnt
upon plaintiff's attorney, MORTON
ROTIIENBERG, 420 Lincoln li.ad.
Miami Beach, Florida, and file Un-
original in the office of the Clerk of
the circuit Court on or before i'-i
ruary s. 1951: otherwise, said Hill will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 8 day of January, A H
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
1/12-19-26 2/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136282-D.
CHAIM BHEP8EL GRU8KY, I'laln-
iiff. vs. TILLY (lltl'SKY, Defendant.
TO: TILLY (MUSKY
Residence Unknown
You are reiiuired to serve a copy
of vour answer to the BJI1 of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plalntlfrs
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clara of
the Circuit Court on or before the
;, day .if February. A.I), l'.'.'.l; other-
Wise, the Bin of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
.i- onfetwed by you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 3
8a] Of January, 1961.
B. H. LEATHERMAN.
ci.rk of the Clrcuil Court,
Dade County, Horlda.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Ii.puty Clerk.
MII.ToN A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
pc:; Sevhold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious ram- ..:'
a.iax OPTICAL MFC. CO. (Not Inc.)
at 6421-5628 North West 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intend to register -aid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HARRY S STEIN
BENJAMIN B. STEIN
JULIUS BDINSON
ELRY STONE
Attorney for
AJAX OPTICAL MFG. CO. (Not Inc.)
1010 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
L/5-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No
127682.
SHIRLEY VAXTON, Plaintiff. VS.
MONTAGUE MAX VANtON, De-
fendant.
SUIT For DIVORCE
TO: Montagu- Mas Vantun
12031 Hoffman Street
studio city, California
You Montague Max Vanton are
hereby notified that B Bill Of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you arc required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint "ii the
plalntlfrs Attorney, Ben tBasen, Esq.,
628 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in ii.....fffce of the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 2 day
of Feb., 18*1, if you fall to do so
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demand.nl
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall In- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldiali.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this l' dav of Jan., A.D. 1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida.
n Conn Seal)
By WM. SV
BEN ESSEN
Attorney for Plaintiff
822 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/1-12-19-M
STOCK INC.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till: Cl H N'l'Y JUDGE'S lURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, N
25067.
I Ri ESTATE OF
.1 M l< M. BRAHAMS,
i', eased,
To AI Credita and '. Pel Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against B
i Sstate
You, and each of you, are hereby
ed ami required to pr<
aims and demands which you, or
of vou. may hav- against thi
estate of jack M. BRAHAMS, de-
i a ed, late of i lade bounty, Floi Ida
to the H..I, W. I' BLANTON, County
Judge of Had- County, and file the
same in htv office in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within eight call ndar months from
the date of the first publication he.....i'..
Said claims or demands t" contain I
legal address "f the claimant and t" bi
sworn to and presented as afon i d
or same will he harr-d. S-e BeotlOQ
120 of the 1988 Probate Acl
Date December 22. A.D. 19".0.
MARY R. BRAHAMS.
As Executrix of the Last Will ami
Testament of JACK M BRAHAMS,
i >e< eat ed.
BERICK and SHAPIRO
Attorne] for Bxecuti ix
12 29 1/6-12 18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
127502.
FLORENCE WHITMAN'. Plaintiff. \-
MURRAY WHITMAN, also known
as morris whitman. Defendant.
SUIT Ft IR DIVl iRCE
TO: MURRAY \\ HITMAN, also known
BS MORRIS WHITMAN
1121 Coney Island Avenue.
Brooklyn, New York
You, MURRAY WHITMAN, also
known as Morris WHITMAN, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plain) for Divorce has been filed
against you. and vou are required to
serve copy ..f your Ans.-r or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Essen, 623
Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file
the original An-w-: or I'l-adVlig in Ih-
office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the -' day of Jan .
1951. if you fail to ii" so. Judgment
by default "'ill be taken against j
for Hi- relief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published
each we-k for four consecutive W
in The Jewish Floridlan
DONE AND ORDERED Miami.
Florida, this 26 day of Deo., A.D.
1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit court. Had- County. Florida.
it Court Seal I
By C.
BEN ESSEN
623 Seybold Bldg..
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12 28 1/6-11-18
It. WILSON,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
of FLORIDA, IX AND l'"i: DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
187801.
CLAIRE ZATINSKY, Plaintiff, vs.
MII.TON ALLEN ZATINSKY. De-
fendant.
SUIT For. DD/ORCE
TO: MII.TON ALI.EN ZATINSKY
128 West 13th Street
New York City, New York
You. Milton Allen Zatinsky,
herebv notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint" for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you arc required to
serve a oopy of youi Answer or Plead-
ing to the" Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney, BEN E88EN,
ESQ., SI.'.". Seybold Building. Miami.
Florida, ami file the original Answei
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on before the
26 day of Jan., Rial. If you fail to do
so, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill "f Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wei
Iii The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 26 day of Dec, A 1>
1950.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Had- County. Florida.
(Circuit Court S
By C.
BEN ES.fEN
121 Sevhold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/29 1/5-12-19
R, WILSON,
Deputy '
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'"J ^ EucHd Ay ,., Mlmi SW^?Jrtw2 Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. RackRabbi Emeritus. ^ y rabbi v ,„, the Portion Of the bl Kill % %  S l.i,. .-• > %  n.m I wed %  Mum i <" l 1 Ml hi i Mlncha Bl %  In Ijiwa and %  and ThuraIn '• w h Legends or | Jewish Community Center Do wntown Synnagogue (form(Conservativc. 2020 Polk St.. c o d BcJh Da vid). 135 N.W. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacoj J. Honig; 3fd Avp Rabbi Marvin Zelkowiti. Cantor Mordecai Feincrnan. i SatThc rabbi will f the Wi with Mini I" i | eudotn ... nt I nil • ai WM MIAMI BEACH % .Lorn N •ealK M •'•von. mol...modc hi to welcomt ,n <" '51 nc. nishings throughout Vf IW coffee shoo a*A V i"op and dining room newly loni scoped tropical gaiden swimming pool do plo nemg nned entertainment Congregation Kr.eseth Israel (Traditional.. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. %  %  1 %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  Temple betn snoiom (Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi Samuel Kelemer. %  i %  ; %  I West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative!.. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. %  %  Miami Hebrew bcnooi and Congregation (Orthodox). HOI S.W. I2lh Ave. Rabbi S:mon April Cantor Berelc Ke!omei. gragatifn Bef.i Uuvid (I Road. Rabbi Max Shapi Maurice Mamches. 1 %  I Temple Isaiah (Reform*. Town %  n, Av T e?^Si" e B ; 2 M Broward Singer Ratt? B ach Richard E. Raw!? Ml • idi %  iV" 1 "" be ind Sabbat Congregation Bath El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. %  ..• • i> m, i i ifflcera and i Beth Kl I In the I .• il will and our A • ... Peal ,i. ru itishvHi i inea mornwill ga," in • in ..f ItH relal ... Mlncha al %  '• Dall) %  Dally %  Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve Kessler. organist. 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Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium. 77th St.and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip r ried. acting rabbi. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th! Miami Beach. I. II] aen m. and II n in Batur la) moi nil 4 Friday evening u Saturday ;ir t p.n '' hour for chlldn of thi %  '•" %  on munlty Refreahmi nl Mi-ved and M. bn "-\ m M will be taushl : 1^3 Mill. >-|J followlna Bundaj m '' %  Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen| 50 N.W. 51st Place. Monday through Fnd > %  vl iljl ; 10 a m Baturda) !" ^ day at s a m. Mim h.i %  %  followed by Maai i at Northside Jewish Centui Douglas Gardens. N.E. 2nd A"| and 53rd St. 1M Cantor laaac S. Smith wl "" ate at aervloea Friday < %  "<> North Dad* Jewish t (ConaervatiTe). 13630 W. Highway. North Miami. Friday evening aerice • l,|\Nil. IMIIlC N" : v ~ "" Temple Beth El (ConserOT| E30 Fern St.. 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Sw R "W^on, e-cW* 8 ,urdtt ^ m <-nlng M :00 try %  at 7 10 a in _,,io rwat Jawiah CongragawCoral Gabtoa. 1618 p ^ c V oT(1 Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De K ltnbbl D. Koven wi" u Hd pyie it I claaaea dally from P '". U i< Sunday aohool '"•"'_1, ft f* Temple Emanu-El o • %  ^ erdaU and HoUywood W ^ 1801 So. Andrews A^ Lauderdale. Dr. Marios M rabbi. „ Btfj!! HervlcfM rYJday at i P ")• **gtiajfl w III preach. Hebrew e"' r 10 a.m.; rellgloua achool o



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PAGE 4 B *j€lstfkridiar_ SJgA^JANUARY, y.oWi Uandw-utitiq, Have David S and ist, give il %  a letti %  %  taught i" print her 1< I in many %  Peopl the method of printing, in place negate graphulogical ana perienee has shown that the growing child tends to di from the printed models he is taught, just as he deviated I the Palmer method of wi And as as ins ind his let I %  lly, NO.Bur TAK^Tthi bel %  i of both wi it S • %  in I "fs" printing and I Tl I %  me is Wi. i j Th( ng lady's intelligence is sui • | H dividual;;-. would make her ill. H, : sensibilil almost painful in their acut and She a strong irony for her I with an almost inexh ble capacit; |f. a : : ; She aching ti. her a and is tensi tef. • She find it cult to concentrate on a su Revlin Gets Supervisor To Insure Kashruth The Revlin Hotel Kosher Dinine Room. 1259 C illins Ave M ; li full-time I supill insun ty wil regulal Plan Birthday Coffee i Ml tes 1 bul S is and in a "But tactful and tiating. to il. i tentialil her life age. she would be happy two tactile environment and her in activi ntacl with people. Sad she be %  ht t i play an instrument before shi i • ,. • %  %  %  • oked gift >n. The yi un§ also do well in social on ;.-, %  %  selling. Pe >pli wh ind financi lly analyl | %  fluence. Rabbi Silver Will Speak At Testimonial For Rabbi Mescheloff %  %  %  • %  %  %  i il : our t Nursery School Will Open In West .Miami A child: '720 S.W 17th SI lty service LONDON ARMS Motet WE CATER Banquels Weddings Bar Mitzvahs AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC A'PHONE 5-1264 I 1 "*" '••"""I "P Q" o M KldstOC 0 SIAMSOX SOUTHWEST KOSHER FOOD MARKET Strictly Kosher Fresh Meats. Poultry & Delicatessen 1007 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone 4-3926 Under the supe-vision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth FREE DELIVERY Coi V 727 COLLINS AVE. .?'*• I WANT MY MILK jet the honest full quart! 3etCI/cqU0tClub (Pronounced KLEEK-O) 56tmosofthe^t F i „.„ ale /.ye/.er sparkling water cnA A 9 Bottled and Dist. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES 2055 N.W. 7lh Avenue. Miami Sam Blank, Pres. Phone 3-3121 And Be Sure rfi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mi^ ,Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Grater Miami Deliver, Cr..k ; [forts of committees of • e Wi Miami Jewish Center, the Flagler-Granada Jewish nity Center and the First Congregation of Coral Gables and the Jewish Centers n of Greater Miami. im Fisher, 1351 S.W. Ave., 18 chairman, commit will be 64th joint Enrollment members of the above tions and affiliates of tk Centers Association Wi will be $3.15 per child of transpoi tat IN PERSON! JAN PEERCE Sunday. Jan. 21st — Miami Beach AudiloriJ Tickets Now on Sale at Miami Beach Auditorium; Stevens Travel Service. I Collins Ave.; Burdine's 2nd Floor Balony; Enfield's Cad Shop. 409 Lincoln Road; Clemmer's Pharmacy, 7353 c3 Ave.; Dade Linen Co.. 539 Collins Ave.; Steadman'siy House. 2339 Ponce de Leon. Coral Gables. I PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the leri CommunitySincel Exclusive 0 ROCK of MQ MEMORIALS %  Bu Mt Te %  bo! K< to Ka Mi da Ne Mt is SOI in un Si 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street %  MM* I Phone 4-5923 %  &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f FUND RAISING CHAIRM Sisterhoods, Hadassah Chapters, Council oi Jewish Women Groups, and other men's and women's organiiatwni all over South Florida cae finding unexampled opportunity to raise o major part of their budgetary needs by taking new and renewal subscription! to The Jewish Floridian. We l\ij Liberal Commission^ You'll be amazed at how easy H j to earn up to hundreds of dollars W easy way. No investment. Your ear* ngs are all your own. Send ,hi s coupon today to Leatrice Rosen C ir u ai Circulation Manager. Leatrice Rosen ihe Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973 Miami 18. Florida Please advise me how our group can earn funds I ^y representing your circulation department in o I organization. Name of Organization Person Writing Address c 'ty. State *** &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f &f&f&f&f &f <



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PAGE 4 A *Jen i§t ITfrjcHir_______ =:= FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, EDITORIAL Jewish Musiv Festival The tremendous interest throughout I in the coming of Jew Music Festival, January 20 to Fr musl come as a boon to members of the National Jewish Music Council who have done so much to popularize Jewish music in this country. The National Jewish Welfare Bocrd-sponsored Council —having passed its musical novitiate—-no longer stands as a suppliant before the Jewish community. On the contrary, it is now the recipient of thousands of requests from every kind of Jewish organization in this country and overseas for guidance and program materials. Herculean efforts have borne fruit. There has grown up an interest in Jewish music that has shown itself in research concerning its origins here and its role in the evolution of American music. Research reveals that the modem Jewish muse movement in America is about half a century old. Interest in the field has led to a proper appraisal of the role of such figures in Jewish music as Achron, Bloch, Binder, Yasser, Rosowsky and others. The work of the Council—on which 80 Jewish organizations are represented—has given impetus to the development cf an indigenous Jewish culture in this country, in which JWB through its cultural councils has played a significant role. • • Rabbi Maimon's Mission The forthcoming visit cf Israel's Minister of Relic-ion Rabb: Judah L. Maimon, who is expected to auive hei n the next few days, is certain to prove an occasion of extreme interest to the Jewish community in this country. A controversial personality whose name has figured in newspemer headlines during the past few years perhaps more then any other Israeli Minister, with the exception c: Premier Ben Gurion himself, Rabbi Maimon is coming here for c four-week mission under the auspices of the Mizrachi Organization of America. The purpose of this mission, as the Minister declared, is "to renew his contact with the American Jewish community." The process of renewing acquaintances will actually be a two-way affair, since many of us are eager to see with our own in Israel whom Premier Ben Gurion reportedly respects more than any other living religious Jewish person.As a scholar who has produced more than three hundred scholarly wcrks and as a statesman who has helped nurture the Jewish state eves hear with n ,., !" 0 „„ .1/ being. Rabbi McimcI eye,tonea h our own ears this wise old The 1'ampaign In I9.",i In its resolution requesting the Jewish co s to jaunch the 1951 UJA campaign Z as possible, the national conference m Atlantic City stressed the urgency by declaring that such action was necessary "because the agencies of the UJA are engaged in a program of migration and rehabilitation aid in Israel and elsewhere which, in the present world emergency must be enlarged to rescue and resettle maximum numbers of Jews while they can still be reached and saved." The conlerence opened against the background of a world situation fraught with catastrophe and an address by the President of the United States sounding ominous danger signals. Under those circumstances it was inevitable that the men who gathered to plan Jewish rescue and rehabilitation in the critical year 1951 should reckon with the situation. It is a painful and tragic matter to contemplate, but the hard possibility remains that the coming year may see the international stresses and strains increasing rather than diminishing. And should there, God forbid, occur a real erur> tion the remnants of our people will be exposed to complete destruction. It is against this possibility that the UJA campaign in 1951 takes on even greater urgency than ever before. Right now many Jews can still be reached and saved. Later it may be too late, and then American Jewry will have on its conscience the lives of hundreds of thousands of Jews who otherwise might have been saved. It is the duty of our communities to plunge into local Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign at once, to raise as much' money as possible as scon as possible so that the funds for the rescue work may begin in full at once and be completed before seemingly inevitable catastrophe strikes. Never perhaps in the philanthropic efforts of our community has time been so important an element. If we fail this time there may not be left a single Jew to save. Let us now dedicate ourselves to saving human lives which we may not later be able to save. Let slogan be in the heart and soul of every American Jew and we will not fail. Miami Can Have Jewish Month Year Round, Music Consultant Asserts %  %  c • %  V.-. For five I : • • 1 %  ver Music %  %  x our city equalled only by what is taking place in Israel Difficult in these tlmi 5? Yes. of Will there be '. can be overcome I I n] %  ever •topped n The Impossible more difficult. • erat 'On S colleges start cele: M nth. '• M J A ,?*<* wctoi of Great The rabbis and cantors of our L community will inaugurate this c !" ,nu ,ts <> wn orchest seventh annual festival with a ^source library of book ial Friday night or Saturday !?2 m us !^ ln which w morning service. The ':,, v ;idul,s wl11 Particip b centers, and manv local 01 %  pleasure and enthusiasm ti ns will hold a: t 0 ne This is tincultu —-—— which must flow through the *J*"is*fkridliar) hf.w an( L arteries "' s,n Ce 192 7 bringing them il nourish %  oooiriEs 114 n*m LIFE / —— %  %  by P The S;w i e h v Vi' F /' day nce 1927 b: :rUi .' ng Xhcw Sixth itreet, M,ami ,8, Florida En.' lS*L „* """ d -"=" matter July 4 MM/'." ice f M'Jn Fla.. under the Act of March 3. 1g71 Weekly and the Jewish Or.ph.-e AcfeTcT &% ftS* !" %  %  %  SUBSCRIPTION RA. One Year Tv.o Years $3.00 $5 00 FRED K. SHOCHET ^Editor and Publisher 1 is ft KiMvsctli Israel To Itwcivc Torsi A Sefi : Torah will bi %  Kneseth Israel Col by Mrs. Miriam W I cere! to he held SlU January 21. The dedication rites will get underway ith a pr cars from Mrs. Wolosoff home at 1338 Pennsylvania Avc Miami Beach, to the synagogue. A band wil play traditional music during entire parade, which will go north from the donor's home to Mth St., turn east to Washington Ave., continue south on Washington to 11th St., turn west on 11th to the house of worship. At the synagogue Rabbi Isaac H. Ever will serve as toastinaster and Cantor Abraham Seif will render the musical portion of the am, -.' LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 — of '.. $'*&\i/&%3


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W. JANUARY 19. 1951 %  Jewlsti Hcrkllan Of Local Man eives Honor Edward S. Sulkin of Southn Medical College recently cd the 1950 award for cotnly health service given by alias Hospital Council. award, which is given to ?rson who has contributed lost toward Dallas County improvement, was given to llkin for his work in polio fell. Sulkin, the son of a former nan now living in Miami 1)8 S.W. 25th St., is chairman professor of bacteriology and |n ilogy at Southwestern tal College of the University /as. In addition, he serves sultant to Brooke General |tal, Fort Sam Houston, San Bio. :also affiliated -with the Health Organization spon>y the United Nations in with a worldwide intx study program. rvices will be used as to the virus division Communicable Disease an affiliate of the U. S. %  i Health Service at MontI Ala. Mxe Apartment Unit Je Built For Negroes fty-one wooden shacks, only ks from the Dado Courthouse, are being y to make way for a luxe apartment hotel for occupancy. The project, I nporarily as the Lord l:\ Apartment Hotel, will be on N.W. 6th St., between ind 3rd Avenues., and will of 96 apartments, includi ncies an dsome one and m units. of the apartments will be on the perimeter of an itional court, 75 feet and 226 feet long, containing f I swimming pool, 30 i 60 feet in size, a landi io and a dining terrace. of this new structure Jen Dnnbaum and John E. Inn. Danhaum. who came | Omaha, Neb., where he f police, is the Florida distributor for Calvert Ues. Bigman is a former manufacturer of North Una and New York, who ^d to this area shortly over years ago. ? propect was designed by Btect Tony Shtrman. I a mi Juniors Sponsor Dance Mil] Unit of Junior Hadassah (sponsor a dance, "the Tarlereat," on Saturday, January 9 p.m. at the Lord Tarleton II. according to Rita Ross, %  dent, lice Kaiser, chairman, has an!<•( d that there will be profesII entertainment. Proceeds > :u marked for the Meier |y.ih Children's Village in Isand reservations may be iy calling Miss Kaiser. Is Money Required For Happy Marriage? UnslmtU'SSKL M Blumej,thaI accredited consulting psychologist m full time practise m Miami is a specialist in adult and !" J ?£-! e T-i/ a Part f his W0Tk he gives !" *r**0e, personal ?!£„?/, counseling, as well as psychoiog.cal testing and 'T 1 % unsel !" \ A Professional psychologist for the past 19 years. Dr. Rlumenthal is a diplomale in clinical psychology of the American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology. He will ^i !" *rf? S C SS any "" eStions tmt in b V readers trough this w2T .u 0 1 '-! Se ? es Please send "" Questions to Dr. Seymour M BlumeiithoJ. The Jewish Floridian. P. O. Box 2973. Miami IS— Editors note. PAGE 7B Dear Dr. Blumenthal: From your own professional experience and that of your colleagues, would you say that lack of money is a universal cause for marital unhappiness? Answer: No, not only is it not a universal cause, but it almost always is no cause at all for marital unhappiness. It is true, that a great number of couples come to my office citing insufficient money as being their major reason for their mutual difficulties. But, on evaluating their personal and marital historv, it becomes rapidly apparent that the problem of lack of money is but a symptom of their unhappiness. This symptom masks a more basic and underlying difficulty in their marriage. I do not mean to imply that money is unessential. Having financial security to adequately care for one's family is obviously necessary. However, money does not buy marital happiness. It helps—as do many other-things— to make life more comfortable, but only if both husband and wife are understanding of each other and can get along with the minimum of friction. Too often, marital unhappiness is caused by the clash of personalities of both husband and wife. More often, each individual lacks self understanding and proceeds to operate as if they were single persons. Each goes about without regard or consideration of the spouse as an important and integral part of the family unit. On the other hand, two seemingly incompatible persons can often learn to get along with each other, if both are willing not only to try. but most important, to do 1 something constructive about their ; difficulies. According to the psyj chologist Ruch, "Marriage — is partly finding the right person and partly being the right person." Personal and marital problems may arise for many reasons. However, unless these problems are satisfactorily adjusted — and quickly—the marriage may be scriouslv undermined. It is the intelligent couple, who after making earnest attempts at readjusting their problems, and finding little success, seek competent professional assistance for help. It is important to remember that the longer one lives with a problem, the more difficult it may be to solve. The old adage of "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is extremely appropriate. FINEST QUALITY MANU7ACTURED FRESH DAILY %  -. • 7, Pictured are members of the Miami Chapter 322 of AZA basketball team which won the hoop competition at the AZA state conclave held in Miami recently. They are (standing. 1. to r.) Henry Weiss, adviser, Stanley Sterling. Marvin Milstein. Howard Solomon. Dan Rosenberg: (squatting. 1. to r.) Stan Goldenberg. Don Matlin. Richard Sepler. A'an Zetman. Arthur Pepper. Not in the photograph are Morris Levitt, caplein. Marshall Pepper and Joe Lewis. Phone 9-0601 2180 N. W. 13th Avenue MIAMI, F LOR I DA Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. yty**/_ iNASATIR J.BIRNBAUM %  ram Director Associate Director |V 7.VZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR pw_3 TIMES WEEKLY Way b Sunday — 12 Noon %  lesday Evening — 6 P.M. 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r, JANUARY 19, 1951 -Jmlsii Meridian PAGE 5 B >oss Opens iing Classes led Cross home nursing went into full-scale acthis week with the com,f training of 18 nursing | irs. New home nursing I re being opened to meet created by cooperation in Ifense preparedness. es are being formed now. courses are free and open general public. Registra,, now being accepted at Chapter headquarters, Ecayne Boulevard, 89-6661. and evening classes are Je to registrants. The comIDurse consists of instruc, of two hours," twice a lover a period of three classes are being |at the Veteran's Hospital, Idoah Junior High Scnool, Elementary School, Wilpnnings Bryan School, and idison Park Elementary ime classes are being held y.W.C.A.. the Civil Defense pC (Orange Glade School), lai Hospital and the St. School. i s headquarters offers iy and evening classes. Arriving In U. S. To Report On Israel i Beach Lawyers To Seat Zinn Harold Zinn will be seated as president of the Miami Beach Bar Association at the fifth annual installation banquet at the Five O'clock Club on Monday, January 22, at 6:30 p.m. Circuit Judge Charles A. Carroll will be principal speaker, and Martha Raye, the Ben Yost Guards and Jackie Farrell will entertain. The judiciary of Dado County and their wives and repI resentatives of the, clerk's and | sheriff's office have been invitee. Other officers to be Installed I are Fred Baisden, first vice presi' dent; Herbert S. Shapiro, second | vice president; Milton E. Grus' mark, secretary: and Godfrey K. | Newman, treasurer. Directors to be recognized at the rites include Simon Englander, Alexander Gordon, Marvin L. Kimmel, Milton Feller, Walter C. Kovner, Harold B. Spaet, Charles B. Yivo Banquet Set For February 4 The annual Yivo banquet will be held Sunday, February 4, at 6:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, of it has been announced by Dr. Meyer J. Glick, chairman of the Greater Miami Yivo Committee. This year's affair, which will mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Yiddish Scientific Institute, will feature an address by Mark Uveeler. Yivo executive secretary. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will offer vocal selecetions. Reservations may be made by calling 58-6400. Chevra Mishnayos Siyum Chevra Mishnayos of Congregation Beth Tfilah will hold its first Siyum on Sunday, January 21, at 6 p. m. in the social hall of the synagogue. Rabbi Joseph E. -Rackovsky announced that all members of the organization are invited to attend this S'udah Shel Mitzvah. Board Meeting Called A meeting of the board of directors of the Beth David PTA has been called for Monday, January 22, at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. David Parnes, 2001 S. W. 19th Street. Mrs. Dvorah Rabinowitx. honorary national vice president of Misrachi Women's Organization of \ C3eveiandT'Darry A. Davis. Daniel P. Galen and Jack A. Abbott. in Unveiling |d' ination of a monument memory of the late Alex i rly of 820 2nd Street, %  will take place Sunknuary 21, at 1 p. m. at Mt. Cemetery with Rabbi Moses iff officiating. Mr. Kagan I by his wife, Eva; two Iwci daughters; two brothkt sister. Arrangements are | :' Palmer's Miami Monpany. Friends and rel%  are asked to attend. lkman Unveiling I dedication of a monument memory of the late Louis {man. formerly of 1151 S. W. jvonue, will take place Sunanuary 21, at 3 p. m. at Mt. letery .with Rabbi S. ei officiating. Mr. Shankived by his wife, Ida, • ns, Joseph, Martin and and four grandchildren. |s a member of the Zionist n of America and was ttn s manufacturer. Argents are in charge of PalMiami Monument Corn\'ls and relatives are to attend. |n Unveiling 'lication of a monument mt mory of the late Sambin, formerly of 1270 N. W. e, will take place Sunv 31. at 3:15 P. M. S. ivlachtei will officiate. tubin is survived by his Jennie, and his mother. SonMr. Rubin was a memt>f the Masonic Lodge of kut Grove. Arrangements are \< Re of Palmer's Miami MonC mpany. Friends and relasked to attend. America, arrives this month for a thiee-month tour to report to Miirachi Women nationally on Youth Aliyah and other manifold activities of the women's religious-Zionist organisation. Mrs. Rabinowits, who formerly resided in New York City, has helped administer Mizrachi Women's extensive work in Israel for the past two years. Rappaport. Soldinger Hosts At Dinner Party Gil Rappaport and Sam Soldinger, co-chairmen of the fundraising committee of MasadaMiami Beach Young Zionist District, were hosts at a reward dinner party at the home of Esther and Rose Brauer, 444 West 40th St., Miami Beach, on Sunday evening. The affair was preceded by a cocktail party at the Versailles Hotel, and a visit to Jack Valentine's Ice Show in Fort Lauderdale concluded the evening's activities. Guests included Frances Cohen. Rita Dulberg, Hilda Lax. Harriet Smuckler, Pearl Protzell, Estelle Pietrack, Evelyn Colef, Sondra Palmer, Abe Schaefer, David Goodwin, Monty Popover, Jack Dulberg, David Goldfine and Gil Miller. Members of the arrangements committee are Feller, Shirley Woolfe, Vivian Schaeffer, Newman, Edward Klein, Harry Smith, Joseph Gassen and Sol Genet. Masada Oneg Shabbat Masada-Miami Beach Zionist District will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday, January 20, at 8:45 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Al Osheroff, 2485 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, it was announced by President David Goodwin. Monty Popover will present humorous tales and lead community singing. Will Mark Tu Bishevat Pi(*ieer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach will mark Tu Bishevat with a cultural meeting on Monday, January 22, at 8 p. m. at the Harrison Hotel, 4th Street and Washington Avenue, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president, has announced. 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>bi Zelkowitz Formally Introduced lembers of Downtown Synagogue i Marvin Zelkowitz, new leader of the Downtown 5gue, was formally introto the congregation by Theological Seminary, Rabbi Zelkowitz received his B. A. from Yeshiva University. He continued his studies at the Yavne Theological Seminary and was orB it Hyman Sootin at adained in June, 1948. While in his senior year, the young man served as associate j rabbi of the Midtown Synagogue, Fifth Ave., New York. He also served as a member of the placement committee and publicity bureau of the seminary. During the summer months, the rabbi acted as spiritual adviser to children's camps in New York. After his ordination, Rabbi Zelkowitz answered the call to the pulpit of the Beth Jacob Synagogue in Maine, from which ho was recalled by the seminary to serve as rcgistar. A short time later he was invited to become executive director, making him the youngest member elected to the executive staff in the history of the institution. He held this position until recent ill health forced him to resign and enter a New York hospital for major surgery. Upon his release several months later, he came to Miami to recuperate at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Zelkowitz, 350 N.W. 2nd St It was at this time that the officers of the Downtown Synagogue invited him to accept the spiritual leadership of the former mbership meeting at thefBeth^David. ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ Rabbinical Conference of America and chairman of its publicity bureau. ib^JliewiislbJEIlioipidPiaun MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1951 SEC. B Miamians Named To Youth Unit Posts Two youth leaders of Greater Miami have been elected to positions in the National Jewish Youth Conference, results of a mail ballot reveal. The conference which is sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). is a nationwide youth body representing 300 local and national Jewish youth organizations. A. Budd Cutler of Miami Beach was elected a conference vice chairman and a member of the steering committee. Stanley Mintz of Miami was also named to the conference's starring committee. M. David Weiss, conference chairman who announced the election results, has proclaimed March 23-30 ;'S Jewish Youth We* k. The week is conducted annually under conference auspices to focus attention on the role and achievements of Jewish youth in the community. Woman Who Took Rabbinical Course Now Busy As Mother And House Wife Monday night. ginning his theological train:;at>bl isaac Elchanan Skit To Highlight Meeting Of Beth El Sisterhood A skit will highlight the next meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El on Tuesday. January 23, at 8 p.m. at the Beth El Center, according to Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president. A reception will follow. NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. (AJP) —The only woman to officially complete a full seminary rabbinical training course lowered the thermometer from the mouth of her ailing little daughter to saythat she favored the ordainment ol women to the rabbinate—considerlng family responsibilities didn't interfere. Mrs. Lester Lyons, the former Helen Levinthal, of Brooklyn. | stirred widespread comment 15 years ago when she completed a > full rabbinical course at the late Stephen Wise Jewish Institute of | Religion. The faculty of the institute decided that the title "rabbi" was masculine so they voted her a special Master of He; brew literature degree instead. Now the mother of two chil, dren, a boy and a girl. Mrs. i Lyons has little time for lecturing as was her practice following graduation from the Jewish Institute of Religion. Family re; sponsibilities take up most of her day. Even as she spoke to the American Jewish Press, Mrs. Lyons was busily engaged in taking the temperature of her little daughter who joined the Lynn's family sick list the previous day. "This is a perfect example of what women rabbis with families would be up against. I lectured and was active but the maid situation as it is, well—." Mrs. Lyons, who was invited to occupy the B'nai Sholom pulpit in New York City as a guest rabbi over the High Holi'i some years ago, never receivi 1 rial ordainment as a rabbi. entered the institute to fur|ther her studies of Hebrew and later became a full-fledged slu; dent. Mrs. Lyons father is Rabbi I-1 rael Levinthal, prominent Braoki lyn spiritual leader. Her uncle is Judge Louis E. Levinthal. of Philadelphia, an active leadei in .) A isn life. Favoring equality for women in the rabbinate. Mrs. Lyons poinl I 'out that "in the case of Mrs. Lichenstein, of the Jewish Science Organization. Mrs. Lichenstein carries on in her late husband's footsteps." "But when you have a family and home responsibilities, it presents a real difficulty. I believe other women interested in the rabbinate, if it were open to women, would face similar difficulties." Rosenberg Confers With Boss i ft 4 Vi*fe-Cs r / E \ *Ki '* %  | Newly.appointed Assistant Secretary of Defense Anna M Rosenberg *£^J**Zf**j*S£ tb'ems with her immediate bos, George C. Marshall. Mrs. Rosenberg will be concerned most with fcr power and personnel problems. ^ |vjrs Named To II WF Board C. Myers, prominent and national Jewish leader, een reelected to the execucommittee of the Council of Federations and Welfare |ds, it was announced by an Freeman, Indianapolis, FWF president. D Council of Jewish Fedtraand Welfare Funds is the onal association of Jewish pmunity organizations serving cities as their instrument in I Jewish affairs and proP entral services in budgetL i impaigning, year-round inJri tation, community organizaand social planning. Member Incses of the council annually Be more than 90 percent of all ids used for Jewish welfare Jposes. The Greater Miami fc'rsh Federation is a member |ncy of the CJFWF. V the council's annual General lembly, delegates of communiI from all parts of the United Ites and Canada appoint major Fish leaders to the CJFWF Bid of directors. The board, in In. elects the executive comtee from its own membership. \ctive for many years in JewJ causes, Myers is past presidtnt [the Council of Jewish Federals and Welfare Funds; former fcsident of the Greater Miami Wish Federation; and campaign airman of the Greater Miami nmunity War Chest. Dr. Narot To Speak Dr. Joseph R. Narot will be guest speaker at the regular meeting of the Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress on Wednesday, January 24. at 1:15 p.m. at the Syrian Lebanon American Club. 2626 S.W. 3rd Ave., according to Mrs. Ruth Hertz, president. Israeli Hadassah To Hold Luncheon Israeli Group of Hadassah will hold a dessert luncheon to honor life and new members at the home of Mrs. David Koch. 4445 N. Jefferson Ave., on Wednesday, January 24, 12:30 p.m., according to Mrs. Irving Westin, president. Mrs. Ben Hammerman, membership chairman, and Mrs. Jack Udell, hospitality chairman, and their committees, consisting of Mrs M. Bernstein, J. Chutkow. L. Edell, E. Felton. A. Gilden, H. | Kaplan, M. Kriegel, and L. Shapiro will assist. Tamara Chapter To See Israeli Film A technicolor Israeli film entitled "A Pair of Shoes" will highlight the next meeting of Tamara* Chapter. Mizrachi Women, on Tuesday, January 23. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miamf Hebrew School. Mrs. Emanuel Karger, regional director of the organization, will address the group after the showing of the film. Another speaker of the evening will be Mrs. Simon April, cultural chairman, whose topic will be "Jewish Arbor Day —New Year of Trees." 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JANUARY 19, 1951 fJewist Her Mian PAGE 3 B rican Aid To II Sought toRK CITY (AJP)— An political action drive B t affording Israel an nancial grant was un| reek dailies here carried articles calling upon h Jewry to contact conand other public ofsupport of the AmerlAmerican Zionist fc n d the Zionist Organizaica are already on with other Zionist of such a loan to ,< i as a bulwark |( in the Near %  "•" %  %  "'" r ''^'-" t t "*'"T"' T ff considerable time to JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN L %  *•* %  ****C3EBK naBaBBPB!BneBBM8na^^g Conn Siriythe, president and managing director of the Toronto Maple Leafs, on a recent visit to the Cleveland Arena, spoke highly of Hy Bullor's ability and rated him as one of the ten outstanding defcnsemen in the hockey game other Jewish boy, Sam Lavitt, who is the only other Jewish pro player in the game. PSJBBBBB Mikan, of Minneapolis, in re-1 tributed bounds with 477, however, Adolph ; "Sports for Israel" and currentl; has captured his 477 rebounds in I' 32 games as compared to Mikan's 34 games for the same amount of rebounds. • • • The B'nai B'rith Sport Lodge and the Cinema Lodge in New York City, are holding a joint meeting next week, to honor Mel In the American Basketball League, Irv Rothenberg continues is wonting for a non-sectarian children's camp set-up, which i> under the guidance of a New Jersey Rabbi. On the college basketball front, it appears that Illinois, after its defeat of Iowa on the latter's court, is a favorite to capture the today. Bullcr, often thought of as to lead the pack with 322 points %  ; It t 7. ;i Washington. Rep. | I, of Michigan's t, introduced a bill in Representatives ] el up to $500,000,000 stance and place state under the proEconomic Corporaning of the now mist groups throughted States were exreceive instructions lordinated campaign f< ct a U. S. loan to B Welitch Will Here Jan. 21, 22 Welitch, who captivated rk audiences last season Metropolitan debut in will appear as guest with the University of ^"Sk %  • ^dfifftB i -' j&a?' r> isBffP^^iB Sjgi 'i ^mce^mmtBmmadiK9L^ Gfr ; '' -^ppT ^T0 w*%>^S? • -f:": 1 I 'M fgbma^0^? .M K, %  £^tf^ 1 'f^SMHjff^fft r 1 raBl J...:-^,...^. i an "old timer" is actually only 24 years old, although he is now playing his eighth season of professional hockey. Eddie Shore calls Buller "the best skater of them all" and King Clancy, coach of the Cincinnati Mohawks and known as "Mr. Hockey," adds his own raves about the youthful veteran. Buller was one memoer of a group, whose age averaged 17. which represented the New York Rovers in 1942. Eight other boys, beside Buller, turned professional and of the eight, six are still playing in pro ranks today. One of them, Vic Lynn, teamed up with Hy in a rugged defense combination until the end of the 1942-43 season when they split up, Buller going with the Indianapolis Caps for the 1943-44 campaign. Since then Hy has been with the Red Wings, the Hershey Bears and was finally traded to the Cleveland Barons in the middle of the 1947-48 season. Hy can be as aggressive as necessary and though he spends his share of time in the penalty box, he is not guilty of committing "chippy" ones. As for points, Buller ranks with the best scorers in the game. Coincidentally, Buller, who is Jewish, plays defense with anfor a 16.1 average. He remains one point ahead of his nearest rival, Rabbi Walthour. Herb Gershon, pudgy pilot of the Paterson Crescents of the American Basketball League is raving over the twin performances displayed by the two former New Yorkers, Joel Kaufman of New York University and Irwin Dambrot. former City College All-American Kaufman has scored 241 points for a 12.1 average, as compared to Dambrot's 240 points for an even 12 point average in twenty contests. However, it is not their scoring alone over which Gershon enthuses. He feels that both boys are playing better ball today than they did in college and rate with the best professional performers in the country. In the National Basketball Association Adolph Schayes of Syracuse leads the Jewish ballplayers with a 16.6 average, having scored 498 points in 32 contests. He is followed by Max Zaslofsky of New York, who has caged 378 points for an 11.8 average. Schayes is tied with George Allen, veteran sports-caster. Allen Big Ten honors this winter. One of the mainstays on the Illinois team is Irv Bemoris. whose outstanding play has helped tho Illini immeasurably. Bemoris is one of the few Jewish basketball players to perform in recent years for' Big Ten aggregations. handles broadcasts of the New York Yankee baseball games and was the announcer for the Notre Dame football contests this past fall. Mel has taken a very active interest in Jewish charities along the sporting lines. He has eonB0<§ 2 make it FIRST on your menu WORLD-FAMOUS MANISCHEWITZ MATZO HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH • 24 hour GRADUATE NURSE care • RICE, SALT FREE or ANY other DIETS • All rooms with PRIVATE BATHS, patio*, solaria, ELEVA. TORS and lobbies. 1030 15th St., Miami Beach, Fla. Call: 58-6959 Listen to Dr. Shoulson on "Jewish Forum" WFEC every Friday at 10:15. Sunday at 2 P.M. D y Fresh Crode A Vitamin D Homogenized r" .... .;... 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lln, but later threatened to abor vote against it. fter the Arab threats the PoliCommittee recessed for priconference among the 12iber Asian-Arab group. When econvened, the Mexican deleion proposed—as a point of or-that the truce committee's iciples be adopted at once "at I organic whole.' This move reived Israel sponsorship from proposition. i The board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at a meeting last Thursday night in Kaplan Hall I acted on recommendations of the budget committee and adopted a goal of $2,470,570. This is the third largest goal in the history of Federation, $411,167 less than 1949's record shattering $1,881,737 and $10,576 less than The 21-man budge.t committee last year's total. '< has been meeting since September Last year, however, only about to analyze and discuss all ap$1,200,000 was collected, and alplications. George Chertkof is locations had to be trimmed. Michairman of the group. ami's original allocation of $810.I members include Ira Walsey, 000 to the' United Jewish Appeal Henry Wolff, Harold hungerwas reduced to $583,487, and leider, I. L. Mintzer, M. J. Kopelother agencies took proportionate | owitz. Milton cuts. Included in this is the new Jewish Vocational Morris Skop. Phillips, Irving Cypen, Milton year's budget Friedman. Ehiel Lef^er. Rabbi Ilka Chase Jack TanenKrieger Fink and baum, illustrator. Mrs. Louis Glasser presented the 1951 chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, Samuel Friedland ,at the luncheon session. Following lunch drama class was taught by "Prof." Ben Essen. Participants were Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Stanley Chertkof, Linda Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. I. Borisoff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garison, Mr. and Mrs. G. Olon and Henry Rose. Mrs. S Alexander Brailove, chairman of the women's division of the United Jewish Appeal, was principal speaker of the day. She presented a loving cup to Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman of the women's gift unit of the 1950 campaign. Mrs. Brailove will address Congregation Beth David at late Friday services on January 19 at 8:15 p.m. and will speak over j %  Service, which seeks employment for New Americans in the comimunity. The new agency, which i was established about six months ago, has placed almost all newcomers in the area. Organizations which were denied inclusion in this year's budget include Beth Medrash Govoha, Chicago Medical School. Jewish Chautauqua Society, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, National Agricultural College, New York University Jewish Culture Foundation, Rabbi Jacob Joseph School and Mesifta. Rabbinical College of Telshe, Rabbis Union of Association of New Americans, Theological Seminary Yeshivath Benjamin Giller, Sidney Ansin, Leo Chaikin, Sidney Blumin, Harry Aberman, Archie Greenberg. Emil Gould, William Kneapler, Laurence Levenson and Max C. Gettinger, secretary. "* Dingell Bill Referred To House Committee WASHINGTON, (JTA) — In bill introduced in the House of Representatives by Congressman John D. Dingell, under which up to $500,000,000 could be granted to Israel in an arrangement under the Economic Cooperation Act of referred to 1948. was this week the House Committee on Foreign Chachmey Lublin, Yeshiva MesifI Affairs. ta Rabbi Solomon Kluger. A complete list of allocations approved by the board of governors follows: ISRAEL mmmm fison American Committee for UIT. •"" American Fund for Israel Institutions ** !" Ezras Torah • •••.•' • ;• • ;,•" %  : 9 son Federated Council of Palestine Institutions • *JW Hadassah • • • „••• *; in'nnn National Committee for Labor Israel Pioneer Women's Organization. 5,100 Sylvia Chertkof; the registrar, Mrs. Alexander Kogan; and visiting chaplain. Dr. Donald MichelI 6575 Allison Road, Miami Beach. son of the University of Miami Hillel Chapter. First period was devoted to journalism and conducted by "Ptrof." Albert Comanor. Participants were Bert Collier of the Miami Herald and Harold Greenspan, New American. Next period devoted to art was 38,750 NATIONAL AND OVERSEAS station WKAT on Saturday. Jan, can A^^^ for Jewish Education JJJ uary 20, at 6.4o p.m. SJL.i nvtth NVSA o.uuu On Tuesday, January 23, at 2:30 B na, B nth NYSA 500 p.m. the sponsor's division of the 1 JJ{*f*l %  v' v..;/ 200 rsMrtSKSlS HK^-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: S Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital. M National Jewish Welfare Board.. —_ %  ;.50Q Miami Principal speaker will be Ilka Chase, star of stage, screen, radio and television and author of several best sellers. That evening Gabriel Heatter, well known radio newscaster, will address 100 guests at the special gifts dinner to be held at the Casablanca Hotel. Herbert Scher conducted by "Prof." Dorothy I is chairman. Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service. Yiddish Scientific Institute 750 19.775 RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL rael Army Leader sported In Jordan JERUSALEM. Jan. 14 (JTA)— Moshe Dayan, war-time comfcnder of Israel forces in Jeruem and since then one of the /ish state's top negotiators with Arab states and the United tions staff in Palestine has ar^ed at Jordan King Abdullah's iter palace for "secret negotians for a peace treaty." the DaIscus radio declared today. In broadcast monitored here, the rian announcer said that Joris demanding possession of former Arab sections of the as its price for peace, fsrael authorities here, however, claim all knowledge of such a lit and negotiations, leanwhile, it was learned tothat Lt. Col. Shaul Ramati, t\. Dayan's successor as head the Israel delegations to the iced armistice commissions, met It week with Lt. Col. Azmi shashibi, his Jordan counterrt, in private talks about the rael-Jordan dispute over the nth road. As a result of the feting, a full session of the Ixed armistice commission will convened Tuesday. 250 100 350 100 Dropsie College %  • • • • • • • • • %  % %  • • • Hebrew Teachers Training School for Girls Hebrew Theological College of Chicago Jewish Teachers Seminary Jjjjj Jewish Theological Seminary. National Council of Beth Jacob Schools Ner Israel Rabbinical College.... •••••• Rabbi Chaim Berlin Mesifta and Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Meyer Hacohen Seminary Torah Umesorah United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth. Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta ] Yeshiva University : 100 200 250 100 300 150 500 2.000 5.900 CIVIC DEFENSE i American Jewish Congress ^""" Jewish Labor Committee : Joint Defense Appeal 5.000 20.000 30.000 LOCAL AGENCIES Bureau of Jewish Education Jewish Home for the Aged Jewish Centers Association JSSB (Refugee Program) l • Jewish Vocational Service • 133*000 Mount Sinai Hospital • National Council of Jewish Women .. ov> T..ih leader* pledged $425,850 to the 1951 ComNearly 200 J.whl..^rPag dinner Tuesday night at bined Jewish APP" 1 l hearing Jam.. G. McDonald, retiring ?^r.2S2L < ?l£r2S 8 PItaW her. are (sitting. 1. £ S ; ^SStUi^SSliSS. '-cob Sher. (standing, mm JO r.) Mc P n '^' T'XJ McDonald ha. accepted the chairmanS" ft L SSm% "SSdl r the $500,000,000 bond ta. to be floaU ta IhVOnlSa State, by Ih. goY.mm.nt of tad. *51.560 •120.000 100.000 5.680 460.641 GRAND TOTAL 555.269 •Tentative Recommendation. The JHA tentative allocation includes a reserve for expanded operations at Douglas Gardens. lg 500 Contingencies 6 5Q0 JSSB—Advance' for 1950 Deficit fi ?500u United Jewish Appeal 'AiliiZ ins'jm Administration and Campaign (GMJF) }5,BZI Reserve for Collection Losses • • • • • • "-J TOTAL 1,4 '' D u



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)AY, JANUARY 19, 1951 vJemsiiflcridiari PAGE 5 A Idles To Discuss irean Situation Will Korea Become a 1951 jich?" will be the subject of lecture bv Suniner Well' S, m. r Under Secretary of State authority on American for., policy, on Wednesday. Janfv 24, at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Lch Jewish Center. Welles leads [the Center Forum series spelled by the center men's club. Mies was the American statesin who first conceived of the lited Nations, and since leaving State Department, has been |iv< in furthering its interest tough his broadcasts, books and Mures. Welles was the recipient of the Ibert Dollar Award in 1942 and Freedom House Award in |4. Sumner Welles An usual feature of these turns will be the emphasis on the center office 58-2503, from iience participation. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets also on Velles' apearance will be folsa i e m the evening from 7 to 10 ,ed b/ Maurice Samuel auh center building 1701 r and lecturer. Sunday. FebWushincton Ave ry 18: David E. Lilhenthal, nier chairman of the Atomic ergy Committee on Wednesday. arch 14; and William L. Shire;, Ited author and commentator, Inday, April 1. (Tickets for the entire series are Vied at $5. $7.50 and $10. InIvidual tickets for the Sumner felles lecture are now available. or tickets and information call March Of lliinos % rive Opens Here J Two campaigns to help Dade lounty reach its goal of $250,000 E launched this week. I Gables will trv to collect of dimes—$8,976 worth— a "Miracle Mile of Dimes" con_s1 sponsored by the Gables lunior Chamber of Commerce A county-wide, one-hour colJC ti m, called "the Mothers' Drive bn Polio." will climax Dade counMarch of Dimes drive on January 31. Campaign chairman. Judge f, e E. Holt, named Mrs. SydBi-v Weintraub. civic worker, as aader of the "Mothers' March." Weintraub will be aided in bganizing the drive by Mrs. Fred C Slater. Mrs. G. J. Stocks, Jr. find Mrs. S. K. Stanleigh. Holt said that Mrs. Weintraub vill need 12,500 volunteers for khe house to house collection |hroughout the county. Pointing out that the Dade Zounty chapter of the National 'oundation For Infantile Paralysis owes Variety Children's Hospital $31,009 for care of polio pa! ti. nt-. Judge Holt said that the Irive is essential to further the, Work of the .organization in the bounty. Power Company Reprints Wylie Hurricane Article A mid-winter tip to tourists, as well as Floridians, to get reprints of Author Philip Wylie's : Saturday Evening Post article on "How to Live Through a Hurricane" is issued by R. B. Roberts. president of -the Florida Power & Light Company. Wylie. writing from his South Miami home, described the action of the power and light company in restoring lights on the second day. "It seemed a great victory," he wrote. "We felt, for once, not the classic American impatience with utilities, but great pride in a company and in the men who could make swift sense out of the copper shambles the power lines had been. We wanted to thank somebody but there wasn't a phone. Light also meant that our stove would work again and our bath water would heat, our fans would turn and we'd have ice and could store fresh food again. Two days! It might have been two weeks." Peerce Concert Set For Sunday Liturgical music, operatic arias and n oe included in the gram of Metropolitan Ten Jan Peerce, who will appi | the Miami Beach Municipal Audiurn on Sunday, January 21, at 8:30 p.m.. under the auspi of the North Sh ire Jewish Center. Peerce recently returned from a tour of Europe and Israel, where he made his debut this summer. He also made a tour of Soutr America. Tickets for tne pei-n mame are on sale at Burdine's second floor; Stedman's Music House, 2339 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; Enfield's Camera Shop, 409 Lincoln Road; Miami Beach Radio Shop, 1219 Lincoln Road; Clement's Pharmacy, 7th St. and Collins Ave.; Steven's Travel Bureau, 1905 Collins Ave.; and the Miami Beach Auditorium. Reservations may be made by calling 58-3473. B'nai B'rith Youth Leader To Visit Here Michael M. Rand. District Five director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, will arrive in Miami next week, it has been announced by Miss Selma Lev Greater Miami BBYO director. Rand, who is making a field trip from his office in Greensboro, N. C, will meet with advisers of the 20 youth chapters Of B'nai B'rith in South Florida, on Monday, January 22. at 8 p.m. in the B'nai B'rith offices. 330 Scybold Building. On Tuesday night, he will confer with members of the Greater Miami Youth Commission and BBYO leaders at the same place. 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IAY. JANUARY 19, 1951 +Jeisti ftcrkflan PAGE 3 A 7/ Say... % ing from Berlin to Frankfort, I thought of Christian Anderson's sketches What the Moon This banish humanitarian tells how the moon through the lattice of a house in the Frank[Ghetto and sees the widow of May*r Amshel Bthild sitting alone, thinking of her 5 sons who ed as financial kings in London. Paris, Vienna, s, and their home town Frankfort. Though she have at her disposal a sumptuous palace anyfe in Europe, she preferred to live in the old lo home, which had been shared with the family, and where her boys were born. iisappearance. took about 2 hours to find a pension; for all able rooms in the few hotels spared by the busters were occupied by travelers or by rican officials of the U. S. headquarters in tern Germany. I rushed out to see the oldest, the famous ghetto in Europe. But it was not to be ted. The walls had disappeared long ago. The ien 5-story houses in the narrow streets had igh the centuries been destroyed by fires, one irhich is described by the youthful Goethe, who cd to put out the flames. Neither the Rothschild Be nor Boerne's home stands. During the war were bombed out, together with churches, Is, convents, and other ancient landmarks. I had >nsole myself with inspecting Goethe's birthplace iding nearby, which was also bombed, but restructed since. \.amentable Phase. \c quaint ghetto may be a romantic sight for the ireler. But for the residents it was a narrow, over ided quarter, the stifling and squalid Judengasse. the traveler is neenly disappointed in not finding ingle relic. For centuries, it was the Jewish te that harboured generations who knew no other ne. At sunset its gates were locked by armed L'tnen, who prevented ingress and egress until following morning. It was also closed on SunFC* The Vanished Ghetto Of Frankfort days, Christian and Jewish holidays, and on festive occasions such as the public celebration of the emperor's coronation. The denizens of the Ghetto had neither civil rights, economic freedom, nor political security. Petty annoyances were often devised by the Frankfort council, to harass and embitter the pent up dwellers, whose circumscribed lives were cut off from the stream of European thought and action. It was no place for romance, for physical well being, for mental enlargement. The inmates had to obtain permits to leave its walls. When traveling, their safety was in jeopardy from hoodlums, who were fully aware that the victims had little rights and less protection. Its Redeeming Features. The Frankfort Ghetto was established in 1462. During 4 centuries, generations of Jewish residents were born, lived and died within its walls. For. us interest centers about the adjustment of human beings to a straight jacket environment. Did they become depressed automatons, pacing their prison walls without spirit, purpose, or hope, waiting only the release of death? But the record reads therwise. The Ghetto, charged with vitality, conserved energies bursting through the seams. Its intellects were quickened by intense study of Talmudic dialectics. Spiritual life was nurtured by the Torah, the Kabbalah, and the extensive literature of moralist writing. Daily intercourse was regulated by a closely meshed system of traditional law that provided for every contingency from the cradle to the grave. The Ghetto might be called a theocracy. Religion was the electric current that vitalized its life with rich.emotion and spiritual strivings. For the scorns and rebuffs of Gentile hostility, the home and family compensated with love and affection. The Synagogue served as school, club and music hall, as well as house of prayer. Its Compensation. Every form of life has its compensations; otherwise it could not survive. The Ghetto must have contained By HARRY SIMONHOFF some powerful attractions. For when human rights were at long ast conferred in 1864, and residence no longer restricted to the Judengasse, many families refused to leave. They feared to lose the kindness, the cooperation that made for a consciousness of security. They valued the atmosphere of religious warmth that hovered over their walled-in vicinity. They were loath to forego the jroom life, the odour of piety, the God fearing Mitzvoth, the prohibitions to stay away from evil and sin; all of which they instinctively felt would disappear in the world beyond the protective walls of the Ghetto. It would be interesting to speculate upon the effect Ghetto life would have had upon any other people. To Jews, in spite of the many serious handicaps that left their mark, the semi-medieval life was neither shattering nor demoralizing. For upon leaving the Judengasse, they had little difficulty in making their mark upon new environments. The 5 Frankforters. as the Ghetto born sons of Mayer Amshel Rothschild were called, scored triumphs in the strange milieu of European capitals. Ludwig Boerne, descended from generations of Talmudic scholars, quickly distinguished himself as a writer and thinker in the battle for human rights. Other children of the Ghetto wrested success and distinction of a world neither too friendly nor too willing to accord triumphs to unwelcome intruders. The Old Cemetery. The only visible remains of the Frankfort Ghetto lie in the adjacent old cemetery. The earliest tombstone dates back to the year 1272; the last burial was in 1828. This graveyard parallels he vanished Judengasse. Both were overcrowded for lack of space. The five storied tenements on the narrow streets housed families beyond capacity Frequently three slabs of red sandstone upon a mound raised above the ground level go to prove that three bodies, one above the other, rest in a single grave. This beth olam remains the symbolic prototype of the vanished Ghetto. y Strassburg To Speak Robert Strassburg, music consultant for the Jewish Centers Association, will usher in Jewish j Music Month with a lecture on. "The People Who Sing Live—the [ People Who Live Sing" on Fri' day, January 19. at 8 p.m. at the services of the North Shore Jewish Center. The Rev. Philip Fried will officiate at the rites' which are now being conducted at the Biscayne Elementary School. 77th St. and Dickens Ave., Miami Beach. YOUR INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI III. \l. ESTATE MAltT J. E. MARQUA, Tax Consultant 7101 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-0S63 TWENTY-THIRD SEASON 1950 J951 U.KIVER5ITY OF. M I AMI SYMPHONY 0RCHEST8A MOOESTE 4LLOO, Conductor Sun. Aft., Jan. 21,3:30 p.m., Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium Mon. Eve., Jan. 22,8:30 p.m., Miami Senior High School WELiTC DRAMATIC SOPRANO, METROPOLITAN OPERA PBOGRAM INCLUDES: SYMPHONY IN D MINOR — f HANCK FINAL SCENE FROM OPERA "SALOME— STRAUSS Single Tickers $1.50. 1.80. 2.10. 2.80. 3.00 —Ardmore These ere-the men who drafted the $1,470,570 budget which was approved by the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation last Thursday night a. the goal of *• %  Combined Jewish Appeal. They are (first row. L to r.) Ira Walsey %  LU ^^^^^ Levenson. Rabbi Morris Skop. Harold Ungerleider and Henry Wolff. THE BEST BALLET COMPANY IN THE U.$."-tiFB S| taste ROKEACH BORSCHT 0..tr.out*l oy P.im D.rtrloutor,. .nc. 14 N.E. 24W •%., Miami P"*". Company ol 100 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA with tftM* graoMit o* ball* iwi IAYE • YOUSKIVITCH ALOMSO WM MOYUN Jan. 26, 27. 28. Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium Tickets: $1.20. 1.80, 2.40. 3.00. 3.60 LILY PONS •ad ANDRI KOSTELANETZ With University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Sot. !•.. Fob. 1. 0:30 p.m. MleaU leach M ..id pa I Auditor! urn. Tkketti SI.10. 1.40. 1.00, 3.40. 4.00. e.00. loafs ei oaf* for off concerts: O. ef M. lym. Off, T.I. 7-4t.O UetV. Oewntewe Off. 2211.1. 1 it St.. kliassl. Tel. 3-111/ Mlaal leeeh M..lclpol Aeelte f Tel. 1-0477 Meal teeth leeSe Co., 1310 Ueceta tod. Tel. 1-7171 JueMw'e. tio ANMwbre Orele, C •, TeL 4-2027



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INUARY 19, 1951 fJenisti IFIvrildliian ;ah Region At Conclave Region of Hadassah me year <>1H on Jan_ cited for the success lb,-rhip campaigns at jter conference of the Lrd of Hadassah held |t(.n Hotel. New York [January 7 to 10, acMurry Grossman, u... returned from the e Florida region is i of 31 chapters and I the state and Puerto Wave, Mrs. Grossman Jailed for the purpose tin problems and proinization. (ports were brought by i J. Mann, deputy diI sah Medical Or' Israel; A. H. Feller, 1 to the United je Hon. A. Harman, dit.it'l Office of Informa. um Goldmann. If American Section of Agency for Palestine. .. (] voted to give 1 Truman the 1951 Sz ild citation and \ ntiuished humaniIOn January 11, n, Mrs. Samuel W. f ,] president; Mrs. ohn, chairman of [" il Organization: \ i ildberg, national 'I i ,ssah and Mrs: |i ver, the organizai ve in the capijp i: ition that ;! • ition to President : d includes a |( A hich the President m I back to set ^ for a doctor from lining the $1,000 in. specified that he used to establish a iip in memory of [ Mrs. Martha nan. ional officers are Miss odman, B & P vice Miami Beach? Mrs. i treasurer, Miami Sidney Lefcourt. sec| Mrs. Alexander hairrnan, Miami itars In Drama :vn. noted radio actor, That Play. Little le in the radio To Remember" to Sunday, January 21, vi r station WKAT. r B written by Joe I is presented in through Tropical ith, and the Florffice, Anti-DefamWe i f B'nai B'rith. Shoulson Address Shoulson will address t I 'atdoor Forum on ry 20, at 8 p. m. fum headquarters, 124 His subjet'. '.\ ill be Philosophy and InfluI wish Philosopher, Bun." May, January. 23, at 8 ( H. Lee will speak ns and the Earth." ham Wolfson will preions, JCCIO'S ?9th Street Causeway Blue Grass )om Lounge Featuring UUE STANLEY Pen Til 5 A.M. [Phone 7-9555 PAGE 11 A Benefit Card Party A benefit card party will be given by the Coral Gables Zionist District at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1927 N.W. 3rd St., on Saturday, January 20, at 8 p.m. Proceeds are earmarked for the Brandeis Camp tund Important food shipment off to Israel. Senior Consul Josef Nero (left) of the Israel General Consulate in New York, congratulates Bernard Manischewitz. >l;inis4 IHM\ il. Makes First Shipment Of Passover Lift l Parrels To Israel A new, historic undertaking launched by the B. Manischewitz Company, brought the president of the firm, Bernard Manischewitz. for a special visit to the American Export Liner Lamany products which many of us enjoyed in our old home, and which are so well known'?" As a result of these countless inquiries, Mr. Manischewitz conGuardia just prior to its departure ducted, in the course of his tour, from New York for Haifa, on Mier Killed l'lii<-keiis TENNESSEE [TRY r. Jacoli M. Rosenblatt; three slaters, Mrs. Bsthei Kim l. .Mrs. Dlna Lemonick and Mrs. Dora Bkulnlck. Services scheduled -ii Miami Beach Rh'erslde, Thursday, January IS, al o'clock. ill,, remains will then be sent to New fork for further services and Interment Local services "in lie <-'""duetad b) Rabbi Isaac Ever. SAMUEL BECK If, ,,r IBM Meridian Ave., poesed away Monda) i >ne dl the found< i %  ol ii,,. A. s Beck Bhoe Company, thi %  a,, ., ed came !>'•" %  fi otn new York I in years MI-.. Sin \ Ivors Include his wife, Mi.sill. Beck; three daughti 'Edna and Elaine, and Mrs Florence ...• .,u ,,f Miami Beai h; two Donald s Miami Beach, and James, of Ni BervUi ,i II i ,i tii, Miami r, followed in Mt. Nebo i'. n:. i.-ry. MRS. MARY MELET S \\\ Til. • I awav I, I... n ,. %  Simon Seiden Cultural Program under direction of Dr. Isadore H. Shoulson Sermonettes A Digest of the Anglo Jewish Press A Roving Reporter's Report of Lo^al Events A Yiddish Review of latPSt Films The best in recorded Jewish Mvsic I. sa^L ^F HEALTH Svm BEST BUTTER BRAND DEFINITELY SUPERIOR! Prepare For War Emergency Now And Be Ready When Needed learn to bo a Physician's Assistant or Technician Dental Assistant Practical Nurse enrollments being accepted forFebruary classes, terms can be arranged DO NOT HESITATE visit or call DAVIS INSTITUTE 152 N.E. Third St. Phone 2-0297 9-3995 TABLt: TOPS MIRRORS LOWEST PRICES Phone 78-2120 AITO GLASS siiiivsri: HARRY LACKEY, Mgr. SAFETY OR PLATE GLASS GLASS PARTS tiled While You Wait 1075 N. W. 36th Street Miami, Florida



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tIDAY. JANUARY 19, 1951 +Jeistncric/iari PAGE 9 B >;m To A ill folio Init (Several Greater Miami labor will contribute their fall and services free <>f charge in with Coral Gables Lodtfe %  en'a Chapter of B'nai \ :> insoring their annual :ul fun night en January 28. With pro:' ir the National Poi. the Federation of through its special welI !r Harrlsbusg, Pa., ami Morton, ol I Miami; three daughters, Mrs. Prances si.-v.-ns. MIS. Miriam Katser and Mrs. I Ruth Kopp, ,,11 ..f Miami; also a ^rother, Joseph, of Lancaster, and five pran,l,'hll,lt < n. Services were conducted by Dr. Joseph Narot hi Gordon Funeral Chapel, with Interment taking plate in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MILTON MENDEL BURKE 61, of 303 S.W. 13th Court, awaj suddenl} a) home January 11. 1 1 es; from Washington, D. <'.. ami retired realtor. He leaves his wltp Betty; daughter, Llbb.v Beryl; and ., brothi r, Meyer, "i \X-ihlnn i m Set \ were held at Qordon Funeral Chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro In charge. Interment followed in Mt. Blnai Cemi tery. Ileth Mioloni To Sponsor .lowisl. %  Pluralion ^leet A three-day laymen's conference on Jewish educat %  tirst of its kind in the Greater Mi area, will be held by the religi >u iol board of Temple B ind 21. The confi ied to acquaint the lay leaders of temple with current national trends in Jewish education and; to relate these to ils own edu, cational program. Principal speaker at this parley : will be Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, director of the National Commission of Jewish Education of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Dr. Gamoran will make a survey tour of the various departments of the Beth Sholom School and will evaluate his findings at a leadership luncheon on Sunday, January 21, at the Hotel Martinique. Committee for arrangements of this conference include Mrs. Leon J. Ell, chairman of the school board, Mrs. H. S. Kaplan. Rabbi "Leon Kronish and Sydney J. Greenberg, principal. Sharet Chapter To Hear ADL Leader Daniel N. Hoffman, assistant director of the Florida Regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will address memof Sharet Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women on d v. January 23, ::t 8:30 p.m. Meeting at the home ol Rosalyn Cohen, 2454 S.W. 13th St., the membership will also see thi film. "Boundary Lines" and participate in a discussion concerning the advancement of good human relations. ADL Chairman Marilyn Younger will direct the program. Her aides will be Beverly Koch and Mrs. Adelc Klugcrman. A report on the Red Cross knitting project will be given by Sylda Botwin. community service chairman. WHY / YOUR BEST BUY Block from Time* Square Walkino, diilance to everything worthwhile. FANNIE STRUMPF 7". a winter visitor from New York i !ltj. Btaj Ina at 100 s w. ssnd Ave., paaaed away at that addrei on January l.",. Bhe is survived in a son, Hai, .1,1, of Miami. daughter, Mis. Stella Rosenblatt, New fork; a brother Sidney Newraark, of Loe Angeles. Th,* remains were sent t, .\, w fork for services ami interment by Qordon Funeral Home. JOSEPH FILIURIN 63, a visitor from Porresl Hills. I,. r, passed away in a beach hospital January II, nn tne nth. A veteran of th.' last World War, hiis survived by his wife. Sari; one son, Michael; tin,.' brothers anil three sisters, all of Brooklyn where the remains were sent by Miami Kearh Riverside for services ami Interment. SANDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. UN xom "A rare treat in Chinese Cuisine" Lunch — Dinner — Supper Delicious Orders to Take Out 7321 Collins Ave. PHONE 86-5588 v r i MEAT PRODUCTS IPj AMI**" KOSHER \_ CTUALITY %  I... I Osteopathy. Physio-Electro, Hydro Therapy! All rooms with private hath or shower' ihis monVrn iteanbeated, fireproof hotel at LOW, LOW RATKS. featurins excellent, healthful net. Massages, eolonies, mineral l,atlo and manv other health features-, II liKOYVMiOllrT. HANAGEB XV. office 117 West 4(1 St.. I'L 7-7393 "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL -HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have -•one for other gratefu' families + + GORDON Tti'l/A' 710 S:W. 12th Avenue Phone 3 3431 or 9-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director ^niL^Easy t INTEREST ON SAVINGS Compounded Semi-Annool/y AeOOUnts Insured up to $10,000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C i| INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK teonord '.. Abis,-Presidenl A 46 W. Flogler St. *t Miami, Flo. \<* Swings BanV \ CHOCK-FULL OF v/ m &* V Everybody enjoys BAUANTINE BEER MIAMI'S FASTEST GROWING PREMIUM BEER BETTER BUY THE CASE—then you won't run short when unexpected guests drop in P. I t.ill.iin in,' & Sons. Newark. N. J. Distributed by STATE BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK. Pres. Phone 88-3431



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%  57-Year-Old Woman Appointed Rabbi Of Congregation In Mississippi Town MERIDIAN, Miss. (AJP^-A bespectacled little 57-year-old mother who as a girl enjoyed working around the temple in her native Pensacola. Fla. and there met, loved and married c young Reform rabbi 31 years ago, sat humbly in her modest 24th Ave. home here and prayed she would be equal • told report %  I • headline! this week with her appoiniment a? the first v.. rabbi. Her little Jewish community of Meridian. Miss., unanimous' ly voted to have her replao "My I late husband, Rabbi W Ackerman, as spiritual adviser to the little community's Temple Beth Israel. (American Jewish of h Press Photo) .: • Pensafolaand a] hcnt I. was beautiful at the temple r ., and much at home," Beth Israel r '. It was during onn such visit Onoi et a young Resne confided, she h : aduate, William lieved in the equal I -\ •%  :• in 5 ;. ihoy were pmng j n t h 0 rabbinate. On the I ither and in 1919 Paula marM, S Ackerman km bi Ackerman. hick( cl lho „,,,„,,. Together they went 1 Natchez, men t required for Miss., where i ir four years Rabbi the post of rabbi. and .Mrs. Ackerman instilled a ; Hosier Of llluNtrioaN Figaro* \ % Speak .11 J1W 5Mi Anniversary %. \-, iMPmhlv of illustrious fiein the nations capital bJ^ ably of illustrious fignal .mil mtri; in will occupy the im 't the golden i of the Jewish Fund, land purchasing I I and the World be held ^l in Washington, || les com. annivers-l A JNF will be V. -idellt %  I James G. ador from • i chedn will :< nted by I N c iiintry ti In baandor Atii l; p h '' Dr. Abba HUM sgyf Zionisms foremost Dr. Israel Goldstar, 1101 chairman of the Rr ,, d committee; Dr. Harrta? president of the J Fund of An Goldmann. chairrnan' uowmann. ci,.,„m an ^ com^" u 1 "'t'-"> be, ti m of the jj .nmversI Agency. AeaiS.'iiiv Women To .tftviitl Tea Mrs. Horn's Bakery 1171 S. W. 8th Street Serving Vo u With the finest Ife u Pastry. Bread & R ol u Wedding 6, Birthday i to Order Open All Day Sunday Call 3-1653 Mrs. William Ackerman hit the new spirit into the little Jewish community. They came here to Meridian where for 27 She turned again I I rogation of 100 membi offered encouragement and lai %  : '. • ; • %  D %  Men' G %  Mosi M Beth Jacob i HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WCg.VII. Nil ml a v. 10:.I0 A.M. Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-81I RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President Rabbi Ackerman, assisted by his \ S^SSSi **** ^ loyal wife, guided the spiritual lives of this community's Jews. Late in November. Rabbi Ackerman passed away. The events that came to pass following Rabbi Acdeath were the backd event which climaxed this with one of the most unusual her behalf. Words with her son. Dr. W liam Ackerman, J: dentist, were in i rder, What his thought.-'.' He was i Vckerman's I?,*And uhat of Dr Ma*> rop for an gisendrath, president of the Lnion ol American Hel rew C pegations, of whii happenings in Jewish life: the '", IS ,^ member? H '' !i appointment of a woman to the dratn : although [ with the post of rabbi in a Jewish cump: ,' n ''' ;,i "' iualit} in I munity. women, To understand the events that "J* 1 1 Mrs A led to Mrs. Ackerman's appointaJ1 alon g • • %  sht li '•' nt it is neci -iry to understand theprime role pi ted little woman thr 'W?NV1nn SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK HARDWARE 1304 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph.9-3144 band had been urn luring Mrs Ackerman would pm him m the pu] ted in inizing Sunday Schi work wonv %  ly loved and great local Jewish li It was only ,' f 0 H 0W ing hi de; Ih ,. spon %  k root muny Ackerman with his wife. -bed rtabb! Joseph E. Rackovslcy 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 M EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phones 8-5317 — 9-7?7 51 N. E. 5th Street AtMEIDENBERO, Own.r THI IEST IN KOSHER *OOM Restaurant snd Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach % FAMOUS for its STRICTLY KOSHER &f CUISINE ^OceaaDnvegtlZUtS,. &f &f Reservations 5-004.' &f I'lanniny a Party f Party Knishes Scndwiches RZTT^ BuHe P la,,er Hoast Turkeys Stuifed Derma Roast Broilers Retail Delicatessen Cocktail Franks Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers ol Distinction For All Occasions n NO PARTY TOO SMALL AFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 52655 ASK FOR BORIS Ho ,f. peciaI Attention to i!!!i^0^aniz ation8 SAUL KENHOLZ Kenholz KOSIKT Meat Products| Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON *yjr^57 Exclusive for "9W (Cor. Almeria Ave.) ^W^ Real Kosher—New Y WHOLESALE & RETAIL WE WILL SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS We art under the supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad HaksihriittJ Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky, Director Only One Performance RICHARD TUCKER! Metropolitan Opera Star Miami Beach AUDITORIUM FEB. 25th Remervm Your Tieket* \ow For Vhoiee Seat* PHONE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4641 OR MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Tickets 3.69 and 2.46 J



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*Jtoisf#*£**5£. FRIDAY, i JANUARY, PAGE 8 Dr. Hoenig To Speak Al Beth Jacob • • ': \ ill thi ai %  %  An authority on the | cond Jew i Dr. H that "thi is not only a peopli with a rich historic past, it is an eti rnal people looking towards a brilliant future." A thorough study of the past events in J. history, according to Dr. H. reveals a preview of its future. '•Today especially." he states, "one realizes that history is not manmade but is by divine directive The different vicissitudes of Jewish existence are the clearesl ol this." Autl including, "J< wish Relief Creed to 1 Pro] nets." and "Jew ; Life." Dr. it I %  • : : the In p %  I Dr. n. N V.. and J I I, of A Hi the Bel J • the R be inMi I ff. The : um thi public. C antor 1 in the world, will I at the nd Sal d .. irning ervi 11 Beth Jacob. B :. :..:. Mrs. Abraham David of Bi n, and • plenty i .. thi floor il f to Tickets may be %  I at tl Tu Bishevat Cel N.frT. Tu Bish, day. Ji i "/** Picturi raeli Arl D be shown by Mrs j S* 0 ,* Murta? the Ji I ; 0 Phyllis for the Jewish Centers As,oc.t.o: and Reyna Youngerman, portrait painter. show:, her Loeb. Beaux Arts Ball Set For Saturday Workshop Will Present Story By Miamian %  Games Party P1 Q Hialeaii-Miamj Spd ish Community Center i sor a games party onL %  January 20, at 8 p. m a j ter building. 4th Ave. St., Hialeah, acording | nouncement by Ted ] tertainment chairman" Assisting with am are the Mesdamei Ire| %  Jane Robinson. Franci I stein. Esther Fraidlm. 1 i Sax. Proceeds will go I ; building fund. A monthly social metfa be held on Wedni %  24, at 8 p.m. SUNRM HEALTH RE HOTEL SAMi I -B itCST C0KV| uionl MIAMI. Saturday. January I ted • %  A %  rtticil Althouj '. U be it is Dot ni • nine. Mi. lion will be .' ; %  The K I The] lireel For superlative cuisine in an atmosphere of quiet elegance DAVID ROSNKR Invites you to dine once again at his luxurious II O TEL O o D On the Ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach Of Course — Dietary Laws Strictly Observed (o to 8:30 P.M. — For reservations Phor.e 5H N. V. Cantor Labale H conducted ,-yr, appealed in con if Nl W K: V : .-. : il N %  %  Mrs. Klein Hostess %  Mrs. Lesser Appointed j %  • %  %  %  Save Tires and Money. ...WITH £u6lf'4 I ur LEADING HEALTH AUTHORITIES SAY: P WHEEL BALANCING BARGAIN! 4 WHEELS BALANCED ANY CAR %  LUSfS tun INJOY THE TANGY, ZESTFUL FLAVOR OF OfNAMiC UNBA.A-.ce UNBALANCE VOU'LL GET^ •EASIER STEERING •EASIER RIDING •MORETIRE MILEAGE YOGURT Regularly Eat it "as is" or with cereals, fruits, on salads. Genuine YOGURT AT BETTER GROCERS AND SUPERMARKETS EVERYWHERE $9.00 Mm SPECIALTHIS WEEK ONLY.* ; ALL WEIGHTS FREE Mtlxoffl MtCkwtoMk ^5f' f V w rour Fondly Chevrolet Dealer" ^ j '^LK^V fi TWO CONVI S%iVIt^T'l LOCAT,ONS CONVENIINT Dutributed Exclu.ively by Breakstone Bro s-. Inc. 1 N.E. 29th St.. Ph. 82. PHONE 9-6441 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. '.LLtB „j£ 0lll pHOMf



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1 : :? '•-* jflGE 2 A vJm-isH yj^C; ,s i Dr. Gamoran Will Address Sunday School Teachers A t Seminar Sessi on annual si mina I s It EG iter Miami will open on Tuesday, January : Di E anuel Gati educational director of the I of American Hebrew Congregaas initial speaker. The seminar will continue for six Tin sdays, with sessions from ii tu 10 p.m.. rotating amon various Jewish schools. Firs: meeting wil be held at Lincoln Manor, Miami Beach. Dr. Game:;, n is a nationally famous Jewish educator, author any books and m including "Changing Conceptions in Jewish Education," editor of countless texts on Jewish history and cusl id lecturer on Judaie subjects both in An and abroad. He was elected to the Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences and n included in "Wh I'S Wii i in America." He will ,,,,, 1S :W( \ >s with Greater Miami teachxiie i i annua ers "H reach Cusl n I f service onies." The first session will Educati conclude with .. workhop on P • pa infi t> Jewish Music Month" '.' %  I SI Ihe Jewisl \ tion. I Kij d of J One-Day %  Kliekev Katz %  ItOOM'vHt Theatre 41st & Chase Phone 58-7301 Beginning Wed., Jan. 24 Kve 8:40 Mats. Sat. Sun 3 I'.M. Day Workers $5 COLORED MAIDS [PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 or 9-3607 No Charge to Employer Jewish Funeral Services.* %  conducted with reverent regard to every J" wish i, ligious tradition. Our lull knowledge' "I all the requirements and our many years of faithful service to Jewish families afford the comforting assurance that each service shall he correct in every detail. In our two complete funeral chapels, beautifully furnished and decorated, throughout, I) funeral is distinguished bv an atmosphere 'I dignity and peace. §vW2-*ss The 0Niy mmm !" mm m M„ w ^^7* if 1 / NATHAN Reservnlions /// 1 GINSBUPG Phone 5-4691 **V III \\\\\ an FreH T. m />_: I' OPEN TO THE PUBLIC For Reservatio Phone 5-4691 Fred Lar • D U) MEANS KOStm 411 tW. RT rI! 411 Ocean Dr a h Memorial Chapel iTWO ONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flagler & 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 i > %  '/"/! Beach ,. 1 -> W Mhington Ave. Phone 5-7777 '--'^ BB.,, -'"OIK AMBULANCE SERVICE ARD NWfMAH Funerd D.rcc.r ABE EISENBERC.TK,^ ,N NEW VJKK 7Mh Sirrct and AsSSSSffdUD A, *ur" &f B RONX LOHCISUKP]



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•nsrmrm? PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE lOTI •T" I j 1 n l JM v CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |. : is HEREBY GIVEN that ,,, ,|, desiring In engage i" the fictitious name m' Delicatessen and LuncheonH u Mli Street. V\ el 'Imida, Intend to register Bald I, the Clerk of Iho Circuit 11 1,1. County, Horlda. II \Rol.H SHAFF ER IH'TH SHAFFER IIVMAN REINGOLD \ 'ND ROSENl z z plaintiff* lOT [' %  CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i; IS HEREBY OIVEN that |i ii Ins in I'llthi flctfl lou HI me ol AUTO DRIVING vxn DRIVER CLINIC at ii.i ;ii 2th Btreet, Intends to i • • ..r the i i;niiCniiMi \. I in' Ida. u .1 iliill) CARLSON M \I;I; & KM (YD, VV. .i. (Bill) Caraon Build i -OCR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN thai to engage In i tloi : PRINTING \PERul 7_'i Washington lleai li. Ilorlda, Ini name with thi Courl ol I •.! %  !. %  Mi i: ABRAMSi >N I f \ %  %  li ant i la )TI I CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  : IS HEREBY GIVEN thai di -ii Ins to • ngage In Ih fictitious nan f \ II: CENTRE i o Palme s. Dixie Highway, South County, Florida, Intend %  i i;.i mi with ihe Merk i' in t < >r I'aiiiCounty, SAMUEL B. FREEDMAN STANLEY RA8KIN AMY I KEEH.MAN EI.AYNE RASKIN ,v liENET II pai ii' %  \ i laj la, I CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I. is HEREBY GIVEN that ned, desiring to engage. In %  i iithe fictitious name of MoTEL .H K61111 s Dixie South Miami, Dads County, i i" register said name k "f thicircuit Court <>f Florida. SAMUEL H. FREEDMAN STANLEY RASKIN W1Y FREEDMAN U.AYNF. RASKIN .'. CKXF.T i" all-tigrtles NOTICE TO CREDITORS HII-: I'ol-NTY JUDGE'S COURT VXD FOR DADE COUNTY. 'Kil'A. — IN PROBATE, No, ESTATE oF AURA HAM N. UMAX, also known as ABRAi liooDMAN, ABE GOODMAN, A X GOODMAN, li.icas.-il 1 % %  linns and All Persons Hav. 'In 1ms -I Demands Against Bald %  II h of you, arc hereby i required to present any demands which you, or maj have against the IRAIIAM N. OOODMAN, kl Ml late of Miami Beach, inly, Florida, to the Hon. • HI. ("iiinl \ .Indue of I lade lid file the sain.In his office •iiniy Courthouse In Dade %  la. within sigh) calendar the date of the first %  i "f Said claims or de'iii the legal address of i ii'l I" Insworn to and aforesaid, or same win •i See Section IL'H <.r the l<33 n nth. A.D. |9tl. 1.1 I.I.I AX OOODMAN, ti itrlx of the Estate of RAHAM X lltHlliMAN, also ABRAHAM i It n >l i.M \N. "'UMAX, and A. N. C.< >Dised. %  %  PEN. Road h, Florida Administratrix %  ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! io Jewish Floridion %  • your legal notices. '• appreciate your patronage and guaranaccurate service at gal rates. Phone 2-1141 t messenger service. LEGAL NOTICE ... „ N 5? TICE BY PUBLICATION 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE •I.FVKXTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY M.oRM.A. ,x CHANCBRYrNol BERNARD FELDMAN, I'lalniiff va :l sl 'V "-' ll .' l MA N 'Defendant' yoU. I. .MI-: FKLDMAN; 2101 75th : • Brooklyn, New York, are ,-. quired t.. serve a copy ..r >•„,„• Answer to the Dili of Complaint for dlvon "ii plaintiffs attrney and file the original In the office ,.f the Cli this mill .in or before Febi i 1951, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso win ii. entered against vou. Dated January 11. I „>, ,.'' : ,.''[-KATHERMAN, Clerk (Circuit Court Real) By R. H. RICE, JR., HAROLD SHAPIRO '"'""'' CtortC Plaintiff's Attorne) 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 1 19 26 :.' 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that [liundersigned, desiring to engage In business under ih.fictitious name ol FAIRLAWN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY ai No. 4X2 Southwest 22nd Avenue, in Clby iif Miami, Florida. Intends iii register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Courl of Hade County, Florida. MILTON FRF.iw.U.D. Bole Owner MURRAY G( HII. MAN. Attorney a) Ian 914 i ilympla Building Miami, Fli rlda. l 12-19-26 2 2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT C" IURT >F Till' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF lLllRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. l.\ CHANCERY, No. 13781 JOSEPHINE ORSKOVICH PI vs. JOSEPH ORSKOVICH, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: .li >SEPH ORSKOVICH 11 %  %  d SI N \ k '' i • x v V %  J' '-' EPH C.RSKi IVICH, an hereby notified that a H I iree Ini, and you e terve a ir of your At Ing t" the B plalntlfrs \ %  • • Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, ir, I rile the original Answer or I" in the office of the Clerk of the t II >efore thi of Feb., 1951. If you full ludgment bj default will be taken against von fot the relief demanded In the BUI of 'omnlalnt. This notice shall be published once each \\e-k for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florid Ian DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ll day of Jan A.D 1951. i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. BEN ESSEN 822 Seybold Bldg., Miami. I-lorlda Attorney for Plaintiff 1/19-26 2/2-9 STOCKING, I leputy i 'I. rk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FISJ.R1DA, IX AND Knit DADE COUNTY. — IX CHANCERY. No. 1.ITS 12. MICHAEL ANGELICO. Plaintiff, vs. MARY ANGELICO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE In: MARY ANGELICO c/o MARY ABEDELAHAD 423 East Hath Street Xew York City. X.w York You MARY ANGELICO, arc hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and >.ni are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., S23 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12 day of Feb., 1951. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall he published oneeach week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlun. DONE A.Mi ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 11 day of Jan., A.D. 1MI. %  :. l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By w.M. \v. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., SL':I Seybold Hi.ig. Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff I 19-28 2/2-9 STOCKING, Deputy clerk. SUIT FOR ANNULLMENT IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IX CHANCERY, No. 187767. GLORIA STEINBERG KRIETZMAN, Plaintiff, vs. THEODORE II. KRIETZM \X. Defendant. TO: THEODORE H. KRIETZMAN, o Louis Llebert, U.2 West 42nd Street. Xew York City, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill for Annulhnenl of Marriage has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a oopy of your Answer or Pleading' to the Hill for Aniiiiiiiu. nt of Marriage on the plaintiffs attorneys, Myers. Helman %  Kaplan, 650 Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the jeth dav of February, 1951. If you fall t.i do so, Judgment by default Will be tak.-n against you for the relief demanded in the BUI for Annullment of Marriage. This notice shall be published nine each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 9th day of January, B. B. i.EATHKRMAX. Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County, Horlda (Circuit Court Seal) ___-,,< Hy W.M. W. STOCK I NO Deputy Clerk. MYERS, HEIMAN a KAPLAN, Solicitors for Plaintiff, i. Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. i 13-19-26 I J EITLIN &. COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 Sn< T. MIAMI a. FLA. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the u !. di siring, i %  engage n the MCtltioUS name ol Ft asli Cos -h Ha %  i n ai s ixle Hlghwaj ^ Chapman Field, intend !'. ,i.i name \\ ith the of the Circuit Co u i of 11 d Count]. Fl JOHN TRABOLD FRIEDA TRABOLD i '\\: %  EDWARD II. LEVIN Attornej for Applicants 1717 i ''•!.'.: -• ; : 12-19-24 2 :' NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IX PROBATE, No, 25289. in Re: ESTATE OF FI-oRA I.. BROWN, i ii ceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Saul Eat "-. You. ami each of you, are herebj notified ami required to present an] lalms and demands a hah you, or either "( you, maj have against the estate of Flora I.. Brown, deceased, M unl. Dade County, Florida, tn the lii'i W F. Blanton, i Judge of ii.ni. County, and file the same in hit office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald lalms or demands in contain the i. gal addr< ol the claimant and to be v* oro to and presi at ed a said, or same will be barred. Bei Si tlon 120 of the Probate Act. Hate Januarj I, A.D. 1951. HELEN L. BRl >WN, As K\e. in i>. 0 f the I V, III and %  'mi iii Hi Flora i. 11 %  .i MYERS, HEIMAN aj KAPLAN Attoi ia v. for Executrix 2 J LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIVIL COI RT OF REC" >lll> IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, Fl.' iRIl i.\ —N. | LITTLE RIVER LOAN CORP., a ff, vs. D.MER I.' r:i:su.\ l di 'K NESSLER, C.arnli hi %  ER Q PI RSLEY %  Akl -I. 6, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for the coll been filed against j ou In the 'i cause, and you art 11 %  quired I i serve a copy of your Answer or other |>l< adin is to the t 'omplalnt on MARX FABER, Attorney for ff, 112 Congri Hulld ng, Miami, Florida, and file the original •>( said pie idlng In the office "i I he Clerk of the above Court, on or before the 12th day ..;' February, 1951, otherwise a default Judgment will be entet -ii ags II. i you. Dated this '.'ih '^i^' of January, 1951. W. CECIL WATSON. Clerk of Civil Court (Seal) By CHARLES C. PAGE, I leputy Clerk. I 12-19-26 2/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AXI) FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137512. MARY J. AMENDOLA, Plaintiff, vs. .mux FRANCIS AMENDOLA, SR., i 'i fendant. To: Mr John Fran-is Am-ndola, S i .. Mrs. Michael Barone 5617 Myrtle Avenui Olendale, Long Island, New Yak YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRE! i I serve %  copj ol your Answer t'i the Hill of Complaint in the above ca for Divorce, on the plaintiff's attorneys, and file the original In thi office uf the Clerk "f the Clrcu I Court, on or before January 25, 1951, "i wise said Hill of Complaint ^\ ill be taken as c< ini essi d bs j ou. Hal. d this 27 da] "t Dec. %  1930. E. B. LEATHERMAN, k of the Circuit C 1 lade Count i, Florida. II Courl Seal) B) : W.M. W. BTOCKIN I, Deput) i MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attoi i ei a for Plaintiff lold B tiding i irlda I 5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tinfictitious name of Sahal Palm It-ndix l.aundi v-t tat 5187 X. E. 2nd Avenue. Miami. Florida. Intends to register saiil name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MRS. LENA ROSENBAUM, Sole Owner 1/5-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT i %  > IURT OF THE 1 IT 11 -HI > i 'I A I. CIRCUIT IN AND I-' lit DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, \ Fl.uRt HWEITZER Plaintiff, vs. IIARi H.i. SCHWEITZER, I" fendant 'I'. HAROLD BCHWEI1 ZER 2311 7 Street Tui Als ma YOU ARE REQUIRED to B> • •:' your answe (o thi Bll Complaint on the plaintiff* Atl Iglnal answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Cl Courl "a or before the 9th Fi bruat j. 1851, in the above i n( Ith d cause for divorce, otherwise H Decre Pro Ci III be enti you. DATED: this 5th day of -I %  1951. E. II. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol the Clrcuil Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. STOCKING, Deput) Clerk. DE Cl ISTAS, MAER A FLOYD At tOI la for Plaintiff 607-8 Blscayne Building Miami it, Florida B) : WALLACE X. MAER (if Counsel 1/12-19-26 -' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAV* Nt ITICE is' HEREBY GIVEN thai %  %  IV : • s : I li; the i'l' i k of the Circuit I %  IC BAR INC A Flot Ida Col MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attoi nt %  s for Applicant I 2 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Frank's Liquor Birr at 2108 Red Road, MONTAGUE MAX VAXTON, DeMiami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANK HAMPSEY. Sole Owner BERICK AND SHAPIRO Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Rd. 1/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RAYEMOOR at 218 X.E. 22nd Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. RAYS TEITBLBAUM Sole < iwner ELRY STONE Attorne) for Raye Telt.lhauin 1010 Congress Building Miami. Ha. 1/12-19-26 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE flRCCIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. 187700. JOSEPH os'HKROFF OSHEROFF, his wlfi SAM LEVIN and LEVIN, also known LEVIN, his wif Toi SAM LEVIN and A XX A Plaintiffs, VS. AUDREY I, as AUDREY Defendants. and AUDREY I.. LEVIN, 77fi HARVARD UNIVERSITY CITY. MISSOURI. YOU are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the BUI of Complaint Praying for H.-claratory Decree ami other Relief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney and to file the original .Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1L* day of February, A.P. 1951; Bill of Complaint herein will be taken you. DATED at Miami, day of January, 1951. F. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Had.Countv. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) B] : WM. W. otherwise, the heretofore filed as confessed by Florida, this r. Name and Address of Plaintiffs' Solicitor: NORMAN R. I.Yo.xs. 914 Olympia Bldg. Miami. Florida. 1/18-19-26 L' z STOCK I Xi 1. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI-ORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 187782. ANITA B ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs. LEON ROSENHERO, Defendant. TO I.Fox ROSENBERG, DEFENDANT: You are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of ("omplalnt upon plaintiff's attorney, MORTON ROTIIENBERG, 420 Lincoln li.ad. Miami Beach, Florida, and file Unoriginal in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before i'-i ruary s. 1951: otherwise, said Hill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 8 day of January, A H 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. 1/12-19-26 2/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136282-D. CHAIM BHEP8EL GRU8KY, I'lalniiff. vs. TILLY (lltl'SKY, Defendant. TO: TILLY (MUSKY Residence Unknown You are reiiuired to serve a copy of vour answer to the BJI1 of Complaint for Divorce on the plalntlfrs attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clara of the Circuit Court on or before the ;, day .if February. A.I), l'.'.'.l; otherWise, the Bin of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken .i, onfetwed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 3 8a] Of January, 1961. B. H. LEATHERMAN. ci.rk of the Clrcuil Court, Dade County, Horlda. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, I i.puty Clerk. MII.ToN A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. pc:; Sevhold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 1/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious ram..:' A.IAX OPTICAL MFC. CO. (Not Inc.) at 6421-5628 North West 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY S STEIN BENJAMIN B. STEIN JULIUS BDINSON ELRY STONE Attorney for AJAX OPTICAL MFG. CO. (Not Inc.) 1010 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida L/5-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No 127682. SHIRLEY VAXTON, Plaintiff. VS. MONTAGUE MAX VANTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MontaguMas Vantun 12031 Hoffman Street studio city, California You Montague Max Vanton are hereby notified that B Bill Of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you arc required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint "ii the plalntlfrs Attorney, Ben tBasen, Esq., 628 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in ii fffce of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2 day of Feb., 18*1, if you fall to do so Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demand.nl In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall Inpublished once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldiali. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this L' dav of Jan., A.D. 1951. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Hade County, Florida. n Conn Seal) By WM. SV BEN ESSEN Attorney for Plaintiff 822 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 1/1-12-19-M STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Till: Cl H N'l'Y JUDGE'S lURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, N 25067. I Ri ESTATE OF .1 M l< M. BRAHAMS, i', eased, To AI Credita and '. Pel %  Having claims or Demands Against B i Sstate You, and each of you, are hereby ed ami required to pr< aims and demands which you, or of vou. may havagainst thi estate of JACK M. BRAHAMS, dei a ed, late of i lade bounty, Floi Ida to the H..I, W. I' BLANTON, County Judge of HadCounty, and file the same in htv office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida. within eight call ndar months from the date of the first publication he i'.. Said claims or demands t" contain I legal address "f the claimant and t" bi sworn to and presented as afon i d or same will he harr-d. S-e BeotlOQ 120 of the 1988 Probate Acl Date December 22. A.D. 19".0. MARY R. BRAHAMS. As Executrix of the Last Will ami Testament of JACK M BRAHAMS, i >e< eat ed. BERICK and SHAPIRO Attorne] %  for Bxecuti ix 12 29 1/6-12 18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 127502. FLORENCE WHITMAN'. Plaintiff. \MURRAY WHITMAN, also known as MORRIS WHITMAN. Defendant. SUIT Ft IR DIVl iRCE TO: MURRAY \\ HITMAN, also known BS MORRIS WHITMAN 1121 Coney Island Avenue. Brooklyn, New York You, MURRAY WHITMAN, also known as MORRIS WHITMAN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complain) for Divorce has been filed against you. and vou are required to serve %  copy ..f your Ans.-r or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Essen, 623 Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file the original An-w-: or I'l-adVlig in Ihoffice of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the -•'• day of Jan 1951. if you fail to ii" so. Judgment by default "'ill be taken against j for Hirelief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published each we-k for four consecutive W in The Jewish Floridlan DONE AND ORDERED Miami. Florida, this 26 day of Deo., A.D. 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit court. HadCounty. Florida. it Court Seal I By C. BEN ESSEN 623 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12 28 1/6-11-18 It. WILSON, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IX AND l'"i: DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 187801. CLAIRE ZATINSKY, Plaintiff, vs. MII.TON ALLEN ZATINSKY. Defendant. SUIT For. DD/ORCE TO: MII.TON ALI.EN ZATINSKY 128 West 13th Street New York City, New York You. Milton Allen Zatinsky, herebv notified that a Bill of Complaint" for Divorce has been filed against you, and you arc required to serve a oopy of youi Answer or Pleading to the" Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, BEN E88EN, ESQ., SI.'.". Seybold Building. Miami. Florida, ami file the original Answei or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on •" before the 26 day of Jan., Rial. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill "f Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive wei III The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 26 day of Dec, A 1> 1950. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, HadCounty. Florida. (Circuit Court S • By C. BEN ES.fEN 121 Sevhold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12/29 1/5-12-19 R, WILSON, Deputy /***



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JARY19, 1951 +Jewlst Moridllcin PAGE 9 A >orts On lent Unit Irned from the state •nd< n are anxious to at the ultimate findmmendations of the rd in everj^vay posrce in the develop|ida, the State Imimission has variwhich include the Ssion, the Hospital [Division, Industrial [Division, Engineer%  ui plus Property Diet irement Division. the meeting which fie Governor's manId that the proposed tie biennial 1951-52 which totalled apfcfiTO.OOO which is an jpproximately $140,Jjist biennial budget. il this was due to in salaries totalling $46,000 as well as • nil the operation of Industry Developed rement programs. I the possibilities of a's participation in nt program, South representative invarious surveys and re presently be%  pnn which will be li xtended highways tarn within the next tat the Florida Stete Commission offCTs i act as liason heft deral Government I in any possible Fed1 that we might be connection with a it program of any beach. -even members. Improvement comprised of the er Warren, chair5 Keyes, secretaryed A. McKethan, iiad departI vice-chairW. Blum of JackI.iddon of Sneeds; 'liami Beach. Meant Sinai Auxiliary Will Hold I due.3ion;.I Program On Friday Dr. L. Craig Dade County Clinic; Mrs. versity of Miami; Long, director of Child Guidance Suttcr. The summary will be given by Miss McAdam, Mrs. Ellen Whiteside, chairman of the Florida Children's Commission; and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the District Welfare Board, all delegates to the White House Conference on Child Welfare in December. Mrs. Jandon Schwarz is chairman of the program. Assisting her are Mrs. Levin, cochairman, Mrs. Martin Belle, Mrs. Morris S. Herbert Kaufman, Harrisburg. Pa., president of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, will be in Miami on Tuesday, January 23, to adress a meeting of the Men's Clubs of Temple Israel, Temple Beth Sholom, Temple Isaiah and the Coral Gables Jewish Center. The meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at Temple Israel. Ilabbi >l's!iHolI To Address llrarli Mizrachi Women Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, honorary president of the Miami Beach Mizrachi, will be the guest speaker at the "Israeli Night" program to be held at the David Whitman Hall of Congregation Beth Jacob under the sponsorship of the Miami Beach Mizrachi Women on Wednesday night, January 24. Cantor Louis D. Feder will offer vocal selections, and a group of Young Judaea girls under the direction of Martha Leavitt will present a series of Israeli songs and folk dances. Mrs. Nathan Hochman, president of the Mizrachi women, will speak on behalf of the organiza, tion and its projects. Mrs. Sam '. Grundwerg, program chairman. | will introduce the guests. A golden certificate will be ofi ficiallv presented in memory of I the late Mrs. Sarah Furth SchonI feld, mother of Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, and prominent Zionist leader in New York for over a quarter of a century. I program of the year to be ired by the < ducational comI the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary will be a im on "The Exceptional Child" on Friday, December 19. at 1 p.m. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. The first hour of the meeting will be devoted to the physically exceptional child. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin will serve as chairman. Discussants will be Dr. Herbert Eichert, medical director of the National Children's Cardiac Home; Mrs. Ezell Kerrigan, executive director of the Dade County Society for Crippled ChilBlau and" Mrs. Harold Rand, dren; Dr. Benjamin Sheppard, director of polio service. Variety Children's Hospital; Mrs. Laura Sutter, supervisor of the department of exceptional children, Dade County Schools; Dr. Arthur Weiland, director of services, Florida State Crippled Children's Commission. The socially and mentally exceptional child will be discussed during the second hour under the chairmanship of Miss Nina McAdam, supervisor of guidance, Dade County Schools. Participants will be Mrs. Louise Pope, director of social service, Jackson Memorial Hospital;. Dr. Margaret Robir.s, clinical psychologist, UniHialeah-Springs Unit Will Mark Music Month In observance of Jewish Music Month, the Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Community C ter will sponsor a festival for students oi the Sundav school on Sundav, January 28, at 11 a.m. A concert of Israeli songs will be presented by the group's choral unit under the direction of Robert Strassburg, music consultant for the Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami. A program of music recently recorded in Tel Aviv will follow. The event will be held at the new center building, 4th Ave. and 10th St., Hialeah. r ^_^^^w^\_^v^^^-^\-^^-^^-^v-^--^~-^--^-^^-^^-^ w Second Annual Kaplan Elected Leon Kaplan, president of the Jewish Centers Association of %  Greater Miami, was elected vice president of the Southern section of the National Jewish Welfare Board at the group's meeting in < Charleston last weekend Also named to office was Mrs. Milton Sirkin who will represent the Southern section of the Jewish Center Division Committee. Dr. William Wexler of Savannah, Ga., was elected regional president. BEAUX ARTS COSTUME BALL Sponsored by theYM & YWHA of Miami Beach JAN. 20 AT 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium 17th and Washington 10 Piece Orchestra—Gala Prizes—Eye-Filling Decorations Fun for All Admission $2.50 Costume Optional LIN HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Kinder Supervision of Rev. M. Moscowitz Collins Ave. at 13th St.. M. B.—Ph. 5-7688 TL r LIServing DeLuxe From $.7£ The Public FuU course Dinners JLV Up 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave ocuLisrs PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth ~ 2 J is displayed: 2. And to buy only chickens wish the ring of the G.M.V.H. f! 1 C 3 This' is the only identification which proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; AND ANNOUNCES That signs such as "Traditional Dinners," "Jewish Meals," "Kosher Style," "Jewish Style," or "Sacramental Wine is Served," definitely do not assure kashruth. For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595 Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel. Treas. YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING — D O N D SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! T LET THEM DOWN! po\ fe.L Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY 22^ P pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND. FOR A FAMILY 13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 Cheese: 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk; lbs. 8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegetables; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Caka 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 Iks Spices. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF! FOR FAMILY LS CAN WEIGH TO 70 LBS. WEIGHT. .55 LBS. .OTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! [to Israel your self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only pfor shipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of 1*5 of Farr Tours. (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb.) Your relatives have o pay there. (Outside Metropol. Area charges for self-packed parcels slightly h.qhrr.) • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 19 lb $11.75 4 lb. Meat 8 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb Butter 1 lb. Oil %  i lb. Egg 1 can Sardines 4 oz. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup | 2 lb. S.gar Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 16 • 25 lb 12 75 PARCEL 19 35 lb $18.75 6 lb Meat H cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Margarine 2 lb. Veg Fat 2 lb. Rice 2 ib. Split Peas 2 Ib. Sugar 1 Ib. Prunes 1 Ib. Coffee 1 Ib. Cocoa 1 Ib. Cheese 1 lb Oil 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops 4 oz. Tea 16 barsHershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix 1 .• Hi bgg Powder 3 Ib. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 Ib. Butter 2 Ib. Oil 2 Ib. Sugar 2 Ib. Lima Beans 2 lb Barley 14 lb Egg Powder (18 eggs) PARCEL 18-|5 H* S12 50 1 lb. Cocoa 1 Ib. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup 6 Ib. Meat 3 Ib. Butter 1 Ib. Cocoa I Ib. Coffee 1 Ib. Cheeso Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. KIAND NEW Jo Refrigerator 10.00 Plus duties fl WESTINGHOUSE FRIGERATORS No import license %  ry. 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, containing 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 Rone/ Plaza 23IS Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5328 Uptown Office 6638 CollinsAvenue Tel. 86-1472 New ... all five 1951 Westinghouse Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and SOAP 200 Cigarettes incl. duties *Q nc and delivery #TT* 6 bars fancy face soap 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soar, inclusive duties and deliveries by AirCl 4 OS Express # I t.yj $3.99



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PAGE 10 A Monday Is Named Handbills s, i u#:.~ iv... ITo Violate Law, Louise Wise Day BaUdn Wrgs Mayors William II., mid Turk and W, Keith Phillips of Miami I and Coral Gables have p Mondav, Januarj 22, Waterman Wise Day ... | slcno of the Louisi W I Wise Youth Centei in Isri • • • day. The cent hill overlooking Jerusalem, is : thi Women's i < if tile Amei ican .! %  '.' %  : I G il : u h ii AirWise was founder. In honor of th( bers of the local unil will hold : parties in their h • I witness a television prom..-. .,: 2:30 p.m.. according to an nn iuncement by Mrs, A A li dent of the Florida Women's Division "It is with %  di i p sensi of fulfillment that the women of the AJC view this event." Mrs. Hayden.said. "Louise Wise.was th, ; %  ; %  aspiration of thei late Dr. Stephen S. Wise. itting that £ ch p] ... n G f the i \v. • %  • the "Fl Liti %  A "Att %  %  %  i F Vnti-Ai [Hate Acl 145 1 live sesof any printed any the %  : Over 100 Attend .: 5 %  I FRIDAY %  her memorial should be a haven for children, for whom she worked so diligently during her lifetime." Mrs. Wise established the committee for child adoption at the Free Synagogue, helped create agencies for repatriating children in Jewish homes wiien they were separated from their families during the Nazi regime, set up the Congress House for Refugees re immigrants could live without cost until they bi adjusted to American life, pated in nu • ities. v.' W 5 ith Center will permanently 1 lildren an : a nsit : itioi sh iwn on the printed The law provi les fine not exceedii nment or b ith for tors "The handbill tnpt by hate m ng< %  .in our midst to sp: • te c mfusion al i timi when nal unitv is so s n .; %  i ed," the ADL dire the Fi v has been the persons respoi should be promptly p II leademy IMnner i -pnn.se," said BurM imi Beach council* in of the affair \ roi C mi ihon, Miami loader. vid S Andron. president %  %  ive the princithe evening. i the crowd ten pie auditorium a 45-minute musical .'. hich 90 students of • %  • pai ticipated, 1 %  „ the evening Beach Mayor Turk iky, presiidemy Women. i Kelemer rendered : Jewish liturgical %  Emil Cohen ap: outmes. L hrman offered Ral ibi Jacob Honig i and Rabbi E iky gave the Vi : the food. • -Si X •l I Thp Lloyd Bar son Mitzvah of Mendow of Mr. and Mrs. Al Lloyd. 1670 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Saturday. January 20. at 9 a.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. LEGAL NOTICE Center Hoopmen Win c< r,A Turners Sp I S at l %  on Sun W vii kslei was hi r I 11] • %  to his credit, wh '.• D •vas I In the ; ti lost to M I s • Le :. w %  • • I %  The varsity t Jai 21, a I •O the 1 I ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Mcirket LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision V/e Sell Retail and Wholesale' to Hotels, Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St. Buy Direct — Save Mo NOTICE BV PUBLICATION X %  • N 3ney Mickey krt;. internationally ^dio and recoi ••'•'< :l U „ lh 3 e stage presentation oi Hollywood's English and Yi | .„„ veriety show. BorscH Cap •loted to opc-c at the Roosevelt Theatre on Wednescaevei JanuTy 24. SARATOGA RESTAURANT DINNERS & LUNCHES COCKTAIL LOUNGE Biscayne Blvd. at 77th St. Phone 7-7725 GERTRUDE GALE At the Hammond Ogan Under MRS. E. HAGGERTY Manage: I. Israel Dairy Restaurant Washington Avenue OTICE 746 Miami Beach Featuring the Finest Baking K ome Knishes & Strudel our Specialty TORS • Delic icious Dairy Dinners from _„ S1.25 OMY STRICTLY SHOMFR SHABBOS RESTAURANT ON THE BEACH Open Satu.day Evenings f rcrn 7 p.m. ., midnight • %  % %  and TO LOOK YOUNGER Vacation ?t THE FLORIDA SPA LIVP I rtklA* M BEARHEADROAD Llfc L ONGER ORLANDO. FLORIDA p Wrii. t„ Circular p hone Orlando 9523 %  %  %  v • %  • %  %  %  %  %  v :vi %  %  %  %  VBear, third vice Rose Shlivek, recoL Mrs Biz h M J ponding Rosenberg %  •• Mar reUrj % %  • I cree, financial secrjfl Truman RJ II atlas sah WASHINGTON 'dent Truman this the 1951 HennetUsSa manit.ii iai v ce M sah. I*lilrii A^rrs To Install LrauVrs n will be installed if the Golden Age Club of the Miami mmunity Center at cerSunday, January 21, at m. at the center. Maui Gi issman, the center's • lirector, will install the and the Jewish Peoples rus will entertain with ings and dances. ^nized at the < Hyman Kam, first vice Louis Weintraub, nt; Mrs. Anna ELITI CHOCOLATJI and CANDIES PRODUCTS of IK Truly Delidoia! I Now on Sale Food F and pe m las air s et l'S Carl's Mar lerly oj 13th & Collins — Now Located o! 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Ah-Cund. tinned for your comfort Where the Finest Meet to Dine" — Daily from 41 ONLY TWO GOOD PLACES TO EAT— HERE OR Open Saturday at 5 P.M. Phone We have no connection with any other restaur check*...ilw"l"":* gold 'oldmg poc"i f BANI If?HI tint*" 0 I coi'



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L JANUARY 19. 1951 • 'Jew 1stnor Mian PAGE 7 A ersonally Speaking Sam Schachno, 755 Alton Road, Miami Beach, left for lork to attend the wedding of her nephew, Rabbi Benni irq, Lakewood, N. I. She will be away ten days. \s. Louis Vangilder, formerly of Miami Beach, will be the jest of Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, 821 S.W. 11th Ave. I and Mrs. Jerome Bartzoff of Boston, Mass., nephew and 61 Mr. and Mrs. Milton Yaffe, 300 S.W. 23rd Ave., are Ining in Miami Beach with Mrs. Bartzoff's parents, Mr. and cob Shubert of Boston. Mr. Bartzoff is the son of Benjamin I vice president and general manager of station WVOM jn and advertising manager of the Jewish Advocate. and Mrs. Joe Ross of Jackson Heights, L. I., marked tentieth wedding anniversary at a dinner Saturday night 5orrento Hotel, where the Rosses are winter vacationists. guests at Saturday night's affair were Mr. and Mrs. teiss and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Youdelman of Brooklyn, ind Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sounders of Miami. and Mrs. Boris Meltzer, 1635 S.W. 1st St., were feted kmber of affairs in honor of their fortieth wedding annii Mrs. Meltzer also marked her birthday. A group of j entertained for her at a surprise party at the home of idore Kupinsky. Guests included the Mesdames Harry Philip Lyder, Isidore Silverstein, Isidore Palat, Herman ii and Isidore Schwarz. < cationing in Miami Beach is Mrs. Beverly Andell, Mrs. (>rk City of 1950-51. As a member of the Mizrachi Women's Bation, she will participate in the JNF tag day on January j ind 22. I a trans-Atlantic telephone call from Holland, Alfred i brother of Mrs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Ave., iBeach, informed his sister that he would arrive in Miami i 1 to spend a few days while en route to Mexico. —Artlmore Studio Shown working on plans for the "College of Community Knowledge" sponsored by the women's gift unit of the 19S0 Combined Jewish Appeal and the Conference of Jewish Women's Organisations on Thursday, January 18, from 10:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel are (1. to r.) Mrs. Louis G'.asser, chairman of the unit; Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. in charge of the program, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan, in charge of arrangements. ^^^^^ kale To Mark jst's Local Debut II ns have been issued by |r tman for a musicale to on Friday, January 19, Ip in. at the home of Max 2922 Sheridan Ave., Mich. Iffair will honor Frances ntcrnationaHy known sortio will sing a group of iv impanied by Florence at the piano, and Olga Canadian pianist, who ke her local debut, in Russia, Mme. Lieber i r musical education at aye and gave her first t the age of 13 under the I of Professor Bambinsky [Imperial Conservatory of \fter winning the Teresicholarahip for the comonservatory course, he ed from the Kiev Conas a doctor of music ll( st honors. She left RusD924 for Canada, where I bean enthusiastically rei y both laymen and Olga Lieber "-" %  ^^V^^^A^^^^^V^^ We test tier polin ktra Your Social Functions Bar Mitzvaha, Lawn Partial PHONE 83-7581 'WWrtA/W^ Mizrachi Chapter To Seat Leaders Officers of the newly organized Kneseth Israel Chapter of Mizrachi will be installed on Saturday, January 20, at 8 p.m. at the Victor Hotel. Dr. Sidney Hoenig, associate professor at Yeshiva University, noted author and lecturer, will be guest speaker. To be seated at the affair are Rabbi Isaac H. Ever, honorary president; Joel Wortman, president; Israel B. Eisenstein and Louis Lazer, vice presidents; Harry Kregstein, treasurer; Louis Dublin, secretary; Sam Schachno, financial secretary. Members of the board of di. rectors include Cantor Abraham i Seif. Philip Heller, Ely Gechman. | Abraham Selevan and Abraham Rachkand. Joanne Schenck Plights Troth Betrothal of Miss Joanne Schenck to Perry Belmont Frank. Jr.. has been announced. Miss Schenck is the younger daughter., of Nicholas M. Schenck Metro-1 Goldwyn-Mayer executive, and \ Mrs. Schenck, 5369 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, and Sand Point, L. I. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Amalie Baruch Banks and P. B. Frank of New York. A graduate of Ethel Walker School, Simsbury, Conn., the bride-elect is a student at Finch j Junior College. She made her debut at the debutante cotillion ball December 25 in the WaldorfAstoria Hotel. Mr. Frank attended Riverdale Country Day School and New York University and is now associated with the national advertising department of the New York Times. He is the grandson of the Hartwick N. Baruchs. 829 Catalonia Ave., Coral Gables; grandnephew of Bernard and Herman Baruch, the latter a former U. S. Ambassador to the Netherlands; and a great grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. Simon Baruch of New York. << Bowery Night" Plans are being formulated by the Temple Isaiah Young People's Group for a "Bowery Night" to be held on Sunday, February 4, at the Town and Beach Club. Nat Elkins and Ernie Newman have been named program chairmen for the affair. Assisting them will be Bob Saltman who will handle refreshments, and Ruth Pett who will be in charge of ] costumes and properties. The group will meet on Sunday, January 21, at 8:30 p.m. at i the Town and Beach Club. —Ardmore Studio Michael Lee. son of Mrs. Alice Lee. 2369 Pinetree Drive, Miami j Beach, became Bar Mitzvah at the Miami Beach Jewish Center j on Saturday morning, January' 13. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated et the ceremony. Rebekahs Seat Mrs. Kleiner Mrs. Morris Kleiner was installed as noble grand of Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. Nine on Tuesday night at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Also installed were Mrs. Eugene Gilbert, vice grand; Mrs. Bertha Cohen, recording secretary; Mrs. George Lebowitz, financial secretary; Mrs. Ben Eitiel. treasurer. Officers who have been appointed by the noble grand include Mrs. Harry Roseman, warden: Mrs. Herman Cohen, conductor; Mrs. Henrietta Grossman, chaplain; Mrs. Beatrice Cole, right supporter N. G.; Mrs. Joe Ostrie. left supporter N. G.; Lila Meyers, inside guardian; Mrs. Al Jacobs, outside guardian: Mrs. Jack Theodore, flag bearer; Beatrice Brody, musician: Charlotte Weisman. junior past N. G.; Mrs. Rose Cohen, right supporter V. G.; Mrs. Sylvia Thaler, left supporter V. G.; Mrs. C. Beckerman, left supporter chaplain: Sherry Horn| wood, left supporte, chaplain: Mrs. J. Hart, right supporter jr. P. M. G.; Pauline Pefferman, left supporter jr. past N. G. Trustees are Mrs. Florence Zorn, Mrs. Harry Kunstlich and Mrs. Sylvia Thaler. Mrs. Herman I Cohen, past noble grand, has been recommended to serve as district deputy president. Value Your Health More Than Riches Some folks think that fine clothes and fine, big houses are the most important things in life, but these things really don't mean too much if a person doesn't feel well enough to enjoy them. Most folks don't realize this, but Mrs. Lucy B r a s w ell, of Route 2, Stone Mountain, Ga., realizes it very well. Mrs. Braswell takes HADACOL, and by taking HADACOL she found she is helping her system overcome deficiencies of Vitamins Bi, B, Niacin and Iron, which HADACOL contains. Here is Mrs. Braswell's own statement: "I have been sick for some time with stomach disturbances. I began taking HADACOL and I have been taking it about six weeks. I am so much better and much stronger. I will continue to take HADACOL. It sure has helped me. I tell my friends about HADACOL. I can t praise HADACOL too much. I am 59 years old." 1950. 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* t PAGE 6 +Jentrkriffiari "Strictly Neighbors' Eleanor Davis Wed To Marshall Eisenberg The marriag. Ml El. n vis Mars! II I FRIDAY. J ANUARY 19 J Harriet Bressler, Russell Sckallman Spejr Vows In Candlelight Ceremony At BethJ I„ elight ceremony on ^^^^^ By HELEN ALPERT mmzed by ""afK opened .o e„, M .h **. MUm, gdjBg -*-? to the planting of the beautiful poinciana trees; and for it, M Reves and her dance-studio whipped up an original Flame tree Dance." This year, the Coral Gables' leaders hope to mrartfluiung interest from every hotel in n the area Making one of his frequent T. Revelation (to me, anyway' is that n .. S 11 editions daily. He's their "Trip-Tips on January < li '• wed at I : h H Th %  hi 1 E : L'nive rsitj The newlvwi 942 W week on a fast vacation that includes his Miriam and Uttli Neat ....... Dr Alvin Gardner has a fascinating piece in Den: Survi story of FDR for publisher* his mother. Mrs. Marie Schweitzer of N.W. 33rd St. Incidentally, Sondra Palmer helped edit the book—and Gene s her uncle Harrv H. Cohen of Hotel New Yorker has attained .1 new with the"jewish War Vets—he's been appointed to their po National Finance Committee. The news came this week fn 1 N Commander Henry Albert. Chairman of the committee is Les Levi of Corona. L. I. "Big Harry." as acting president Association, definitely will preside at the important February i session of hotelmen when Sen. Spessard Holland delivers tnai ipated very vital address. PFOP7 F' Esquires' staff photographer. Bcrnie Goldberg, whizzes in this against caries—yep, proper nutrition. and kidneys sound intriguing for breakfast. They'vi Pantor (ioldrinil To ore. our appetizers these mornings-quite a to the v.iniur u ,u,, 6 lw hearty breakfasts I smoke. (Okay, this was smoothly pilfered gmg for 01(1 I OIKS of genuine sincerity "The Amazing Maurice g". • • %  %  : ,m Pittsburgh, after plowing up from under Home for .v. Maurice has added mill, ns I teriffic tricks 53rd St.. n Sui best fighter steak therefore. usual from Talloo's Sunday night sh THE USES ARE BUSY: Leo Rosen in now with the Miami Daily New.Hi s one of those too-rare persons of genuine sincerity The A 1 Maurice is newly-returned 32 inches of snow. 'n' patter to his magician's bag. He's Greater M gifted master of sleight-of-hand and "illusions" and expects heavy bookings NOTE BY SOTE: The Miami Bi ai h Music Group has launched itsell with wondi rful peopl Ruth Brotn f her primi aides the Ci pianist Olga Lieber, he:, threi weeks. Hei brother-in-law is Max Lieber S Ian Avi and her s n Jack is the writer from McGill. Olga looked very %  m • t-ish Saturda; cape. Stunningly trim was Sirs. Albert Pick, in wedding bhr nk. and the navy s:!k matelasse suit she pi up in New 0 %  Mrs Alexander Kog a black draped slim job with a net-and-flowi r bonnel and Anj added thi I veil n-i •.; • rts mmend I Efure-tou this season. All this was part ii Ruth's discussion-lunch week Friday night es the Liebei home as n Lieber and F: nces Si QUICK PICKS-VPS: A .man who knows everyb r. Give him a split Becond and he recalls the right name, t 10. plus | it and why Edith Tilli ther and teen-age son Albi rt Hirsch, Mrs Hirsch, son Jeffy and Jerry's I it an evening ai thi Variety Club. Al's hitting on all eight cy] those hair-Clairol contests Wednesday nights Bill Dock I the Olympia Theatre's home office, fini linment ch man by handing thi .'. ... "Brigadoon" opens its Great' Miami run on February 9. One row's set asidi Pratt, Thi In ady a sell-out in upstate Florida. Here, you can catch it at the Miami Beach Auditorium —5 nights and 2 matinees BOOK SHELF: As you read it. you can comfortably feel that it's making turn into an adult—and that's -The Way to be Happy" by Lawrence Gould. It's stacking up as oni : thi finesl "popular helps to the fearful, the anxious and the aren't-we-all Acupulco. ntor Ja b Y. 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