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The Jewish Floridian ( January 26, 1951 )

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*slr.p;\-*i ^wiislbJBDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY FME 24—NUMBER 4 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS tntin Reynolds, Helen Douglas ipark CJA Functions This Week ntin Reynolds, newspaper|author and lecturer, and %  Gahagan Douglas, for three • ( C'ongresswoman from tnia and noted actress, will j u o the Combined Jewish II during the next week. Douglas, who was named martest women in the • .uil be principal speaker li nor Luncheon of the -ift unit on Monday, .29, at 12 noon at the ianca Hotel. Prior to her rf n, to Melvyn Douglas, she Fadrntf roles in a large numL( |',,.adway successes, mIg -Mary, Queen of Scot• The Cat and the Fiddle," lavid Belasco's last producpTonight or Never." As a tsswoman, she has been In. nt in sponsorship of social lt;.in and worked actively fhalf'of the Marshall Plan bther measures designed to fethen democracy both at and abroad. khairmen of the luncheon •? Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Lefcourt and Mrs. Alex Si rving on their commitre the Mesdames Max BergLeo Chaikin, Max Dreyer, I Falk, Emma Friend, Ethel Itein, David M. Gordon, fa Kalstein, Leon Kaplan, Koretzky, Philip LefOscar Lelchuk, Max Alex Robbins, Oscar fell. Milton Sirkin, Bernard Ing, Carl Susskind, Max lartz and Joseph Williamson. 1-iH'lds. a tdp ranking foreign |sp :ident, will be chief i • at the special gifts dinner held at Westview Country on Tuesday, January 30, at i m. Born in New York City, lolds was educated in New public schools, Brown Uni%  ty iind Brooklyn Law School. bunk. "Leave It to the lie.'" presents in panoramic Ion the faith of people in Icracy. The portion devoted fad describes the days before j after May 5, 1948. Irbcrt E. Scher is chairman of kffair. o cjn the campaign agenda press-radio luncheon to be at the Shelborne Hotel on y. January 26, at 12 noon. oseph R. Narot will address representatives of the local stations and newspapers. mbers of the hotel unit led $42,500 at a dinner at the .blanca Hotel last Thursday t after hearing an appeal by H,m. James G. McDonald, ier U, S. Ambassador to IsJulius Gaines of the Casaica Hotel was host to the 'Pdues of $9,400 were made at mien's gift unit tea Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs. A. ine. Principal speaker was Chase, star of stage, screen radio. Mrs. Sam Simonnoff, Helen Gahagan Douglas Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Jacob Sher were chairmen of the affair. Members of the speaker's bureau attended a class Tuesday night at Federation office. Mrs. Rosa Felt instructed members in methods of bringing home the story of the campaign and its participating agencies to the community at large. Harold Shapiro, chairman of the bureau sent a letter to all Jewish organizations urging them to use bureau speakers at their meetings. He also issued an appeal for more volunteers, especially lawyers, and announced that a speakers' manual is being compiled. __ Israel Maps Jewish Claims Against Germany TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Israel envoys to Washington, London and Paris this week delivered identical notes to the American, British and French governments outlining the Jewish people's claims on Germany for the murder and spoliation of six million Jews in Nazi-dominated Europe. A similar note was handed to the Soviet charge d'affaires here. The communication made the following five points: 1. Six years after the surrender of Germany Allied decrees are largely unfulfilled requests. The powers of the Allies under the occupation statutes should be retained by the four powers. 2. Israel, which has accepted the largest number of Jewish immigrants, is especially interested in the satisfaction of their claims and supports their claims for compensation for physical injury sustained in Germany prior to and during the war. 3. The Israel government requests that the occupying powers utilize legal machinery to ensure speedy and effective settlement of these claims. It suggests that a special law be enacted to cover all the German states where claims cannot presently be processed because of arbitrary restrictions concerning dates and residence requirements. The general law should prevent a victim's claim being invalidated because the claimant left the place of the crime after a certain date and now resides outside Germany. Israel Note To U. S. Outlines Claims Against Germany For Indemnification Truman Plans To FEPC As America WASHINGTON (AJP) — Climaxing six months of intensive behind the scenes conferences with leading American statesmen, labor leaders, and representatives of national Jewish and other minority groups, President Truman plans to establish a war-time Fair Employment Practices Commission intended to thwart bias as America gears for all-out defense. A draft for such an order, the American Jewish Press learned this week, is making the rounds at Capitol Hill and has the approval of leading statesmen. Modeled after the World War II emergency measure created by the late Franklin D. Roosevelt, Truman's emergency FEPC ruling will be stronger than FDR's 1941 Executive Order 8802. According to information available here, the new FEPC may be placed under the governments top-ranking manpower agency and directed by Charles E. Wilson, one-time chairman of the President's Civil Rights Committee, and author of "To Secure These Rights." A tip-off to the President s con^w*ww*ww*wwww\^W^W^*^-*^* [ami Is First City To Work Out Budget rmula For UJA Participation In Appeal Miami is the first city in the country to establish a preImpaign budget formula-for United Jewish Appeal participation 1 the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced this eek. The formula came about as a result of a series of meetings Jtween the Miami campaign leaders and representatives oi I CJA. UJA top brass who participated in the meetings -eluded Henry Montor, Moritz M. Gottlieb, Ellis Radinsky, loses A. Leavitt and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. %  According to the formula, the UJA will receive 57.8 percent the first million dollars after $215,300. covering dues, Ureater %  ami Jewish Federation administration and campaign expenses pd shrinkage and collection losses, is taken out. Local, national Bd overseas agencies will receive 42.2 percent of the lirsi Hion distributed. The next $87,500 will go to local, nationa id overseas agencies, and the balance of the campaign goal $1,470,570 will be divided in the same ratio as the first million Istributed. Set Up War-Time Gears For Defense I template d action came in his annual budget message to the 82nd Congress. He told the representatives that "even less than in other times can we now afford to discriminate in employment against the millions of workers in our labor force who are members of minority groups." Here is the background on the proposed emergency FEPC—and the possible opposition it faces from anti-fair employment Southern Democrates. Shortly after the start of the war in Korea last June, leaders of minority groups, aided by labor leaders, converged on Washington to urge the enactment of an emergency FEPC ruling similar, but stronger in its enforcement provisions, to a measure instituted by the late President Roosevelt. Participating in numerous conferences and visits to leading Washington statesmen were representatives of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, coordinating body for a number of leading Jewish national organizations. The discussions, reportedly held with Mobilization Director Wilson and W. Stuart Symington, chairman of the National Securities Resources Board, reached the paper stage several weeks ago. The actual order creating the wartime FEPC is presently in the drafting stage. President Truman, aware that a Congress loaded with Southern Democrats and other opponents of legislation barring discrimination in employment is unlikely to take seriously his oft-repeated proposals for the establishment of a permanent FEPC, is reported likely to sign the emergency measure in the near future, possibly the next several weeks or sooner. WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Am, bassador Abba Eban of Israel this | week presented to Secretary of State Dean Acheson a note outlining the claims of the Israel government against Germany for restitution of Jewish property and indemnification of Nazi victims now in the Jewish state. The note points out that while certain laws for restitution and indemnification were enacted by the occupation authorities in Germany, the provisions remain largely unfulfilled. "The claimants are now seriously disturbed lest such prospects as exist of having their claims met would | be nullified by the steps being contemplated by the occupying powers to divest themselves of control of the affairs of the Federal German Republic," the note says. "It is imperative that the Federal German authorities accept financial liability under the existing legislation, jointly and severally with the laender." "A unified general claims law is required for the whole of Germany, modeled on the law enforced in the U.S. zone, but dispensing with the arbitrary restriction on the claims of displaced persons based on qualifying dates for sojourn in Germany," the note recommends. Existing rigid exchange regulations, it is further pointed out, debar claimants outside Germany from obtaining any material advantages from their claims of property, the benefit whereof thus continues to accrue to the German economy. "The general currency restrictions are meant to apply to German inhabitants or foreign investors who wish to transfer funds in the normal course, and there can be no justification for applying them to those Jews who escaped or survived the Nazi regime and now desire to utilize the proceeds of their assets and claims to make possible their rehabilitation elsewhere," the Israel government emphasized. "Those Jewish losses for which Germany must be held accountable, and which do not fall within the scope of the laws providing restitution and indemnification, can only be made good on a collective basis, by the satisfaction of reparations claims on behalf of Israel and the Jewish people,' the note said. In respect of such claims, as well as in regard to the historic indemnity which Germany owes to the Jewish people for the wholesale destruction of European Jewry, the government of Israel makes an express reservation, which will form the subject of a separate note." "Atonement by the German government and people for the injury inflicted upon the Jewish people is a necessary prelude to any political and moral rehabilitation of Germany in the eyes of the civilized world. The government of Israel cannot reconcile itself to the enjoyment by Germany of the fruit of its rapine and murder while the victims of an unholy German regime are denied all comfort and redress," the note declares. 1. S. Urged To Assist Israel NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — The double-barreled assault to obtain a United States grant in aid for Israel was unleashed here late this week in a call from the American Zionist Council, the allpowerful coordinating body for America's Zionist organizations, to units throughout the nation to be alerted for a drive to gain support in Congress for the important move. The alert release reviews the j numerous discussions by Ameriican Zionist Council uring an American grant in aid to Israel. iThe Council on numerous occasions, in supporting the need for | such a grant, pointed out Israel's i strategic importance as a bastion of democracy in the Middle East. Contained in the Council's release are the names of dozens of national and local units of Jewish organizations, Zionist and nonZionist, who are on record as favoring an American grant to Israel. A spokesman for the Council told the American Jewish Press that the group supported a general plan for congressional action in favor of a grant, but that no specific bill had been singled out as yet for specific backing in the all-out campaign. Congressman Dingoll, of Michigan, has introduced a bill in congress which would afford Israel a $500,000,000 grant in aid as well as place the young republic under the provisions of the ECA program. 1:1.41041 Civil Defense Volunteers To Be Classified By Weekend *"V*V*'V^V*V^^V^* l V'V^*' ^ %  VV^/^V'V Havana Sets Campaign Goal At $250,000 HAVANA, (JTA)—A $250,000 United Israel Campaign for 1951 was proclaimed here at a huge mass meeting. The meeting was addressed by prominent speakers. Classification of 13.000 applicants for voluntary work in the Dade County Defense Council will be completed this week, H. H. Hyman, deputy director in charge of operations, reported. Most of the applications were filed as the result of a mass enrollment staged by the defense council in the public and parochial schools last December. Hyman said he was disappointed in the lack of response by business organizations to a request that they appoint their own defense chairmen and enroll employes. "My office," Hyman said, sent out 401 letters to firms employing 15 or more persons and with jthe letters went some 20,000 ap1 plication blanks. I have received 74 replies and of the 20,000 blanks, less than 1 per cent have been filled out and returned. "Something must be done to wake up these businessmen and make them realize that there is a war going on. I sincerely hope that they will join us immediately in this vital project." He requested that volunteer workers who have not previously signed up go to the police and fire stations throughout the county and fill out the blanks. They will be picked up at intervals. In the meantime J. Newton Lummus, Jr., in charge of public information and education, has started classes in the courthouse for volunteers who will be available for speaking engagements. More than 100 men and women I attended the first letcure class in | Judge Ben C. Willard's courtroom. iThe lectures will continue every Thursday night through Feb. 15. Circumcisions Must Be Performed By Jews, Boston Rabbis Declare BOSTON, (JTA)—Rabbis in the Boston area will attend cir, cumcision ceremonies only if a ["mohel" or a Jewish physician i pei forms the operation, it was 'announced here by Rabbi Joseph S. Shubow, president of the Greater Boston Rabbinical Association. The announcement said that only "under the most exceptional circumstances" may members of the Rabbinical Association recite the ritual when the surgeon performing the circumcision is a non-Jew.



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Miamians To Attend Hadassah Regiona Conclave In Jacksonville This Weekend Laying ths groundwork for lhe Florida regional conference oi Hcdrsss!-. ate (1. to r.) Miss Liilian Gocc.-r.i'n, regional vi:e president: Mrs. Barney Weinkle, treasurer: Mrs. Murry Grossman, ;, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, ectivity chairman. I : I ". : : ] : the S i I in %  00. :; %  M Gi --' u n, pi es dent; M :. I M Kogai tivil will be | rrted by M M n Sirkin, president anil M I: win Weinstein, v 1 the Greater 1 Mrs P. Epsti lent, will bi s ;ei al th< final % %  lent, will ': e A featun be the ; I | : styles created in thi Al : Pons, Kostelanetz To Appear Here %  i %  N S ... : b >" Mr : Worliiiioii** I'irHo i Honor S|iiva<-k '.'." its 28. at 6 ] Spiv past 4 Spi' : Yidd %  • : Of d:: ird ol ireater M sh Fed Ri serva! ITS. Leon 1 Academy To Honor Roth And Courshon %  %  Klase To Speak At (enter Institute Sixth f 12 %  • :' %  e %  I lloa<*h Masada To Hold Dance %  %  %  Comedy Scheduled mmunity Pl will omedj : : : %  • : • x 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 Games Party Scheduled • P ..^f^r„[f EHE !" N ST,T UTE Ph. 86-3213 PONCE M lE0N X E f VWhere ir~. m W y/ Exclusive for "9QQ' (Cor. Almena Ave.) ^y^ R A „, ,, 339 \/ Real Kosher-New York WE WILL %  WSSSB/jffiffi —^"gsNyw. e. Aaar K;?,rto^" d Ha *^th, We On Stage % %  a I Zeiger poistbb of 195! Itllrvain ftlui-Yid house-to-hous, I worker will or pan. a milk h.,ukJ£ she i s M 7 traub said %  i March of I tribul n ;,„..! Weintraub sa this is the f| Dimes identii Film To Be Shown lm, "Fi i ling of Rejection," M ii al the next meeting Women's Group of the Miami Jew ish Center to be Tl ui d %  •. Febi u.irv l : m. in the center building, ding to Mrs. Louis Goldin, ELITE! CHOCOLATE and CANDIES PRODUCTS of Truly Delicious! Now on Sale at Food Fair and Carl's Markeii For superlative cuisine in an atmosphere of quiet elegance DAVID ROSNER Invites you to dine once again at his luxurious HOTEL GOO I) On the Ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach Of Course — Dietary Laws Strictly Observed I i 8:30 P.M. — For reservations Phone 58-1451 Jewish Funeral Services,, P. 1 —/conducted with reverent regard toevajj I Jewish religious tradition. Our full knowledge nf all tin requirements And ourman) yearn! faithful service to Jewish families afford the comforting assurance that cadi service shB be correct in every detail. I ii two complete funeral chapels, beuutifull\ furnished and decorated, throughout! every funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere of dignity and peace. Memorial Chapel *T\VO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flaglcr & 20th Ave PboM 9-26W Miami Beach „ ji| 1236 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777" %  24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE^ tUWARD T NEWMAN. Funeral D.rector ABE %  %  %  ?S IN NEW YORK: 76th Street and XmM'b* -\ LOSC 151 BROOKLYN BRONX



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IAY, JANUARY 26. 1951 +JeltfrkrHltr PAGE 3 A 7/ Say... innual dedication of a month to Jewish music | s 'up the oft repeated query: What is Jewish Of course, people are accustomed to hear the great Jewish contribution to world music. %  names of musicians born of Jewish parents, „r artists, composers, conductors, singers, pianists, or musicologists, are enough to f insized book. But are symphonies, operas, Irtos, oratorios, quartets, or songs, created by bians "f Jewish descent necessarily Jewish in Racial Theory. • icial or national influence upon music has argued for a century. The outstanding proIjst for this theor? is the German. Richard WagIri his vicious anti-Semitic pamphlet, Das Peden,;, r Musick, he castigates all Jewish artists, jjnj, or interpreting German music. He generalIhat Jews, being a separate race with a different oi values and experiences, can have nothing in linn with the Teutonic spirit. Consequently they biable to understand, express, or interpret the \ ml. The logical outcome of Wagner's maliI assumptions led to the destruction of Felix n hn's monument in Dusseldorf, to the burner nt books by Goebbels, to the extermination \w ish musicians in the incinerators, to forbidding rinting and performing of any work by a Jewish \l ii rnational Vieio. ihe other hand, more objective critics scoff at fcotion of anything racial or nationalistic about V Of all arts, music is the most international I speaks to the human heart, regardless of its lie strain. These appraisers point to certain fashschools, styles, or modes in the arts, peculiar to |, r to the land. Thus Mendelssohn composed K German classic style; Rubenstein belongs to Russian conservatives; Dukas expresses the mod|French spirit; Irving Berlin interprets America Evolution of Jewish Music By HARRY SIMONHOFF of the jazz age. Students of music say they are unable to detect anything specifically Jewish about Mendelssohn's Elijah, Meyerbeer's Huguenots, Gustav Mahler's symphonies, or Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. Songs of Zion. Notwithstanding, there is a Jewish motif or genre. It must have informed the mass singing of the Levites in the Temple. The Psalms list a variety of instruments. In the course of centuries a large repertoire must have accumulated in the ceremonials of the Temple. But nothing of ancient Jewish music has survived, unless it be in the Gregorian chants of the Roman Church, as is often claimed. The Cantors. After the destruction of Jerusalem, the Synagogue service for Sabbath and holiday gradually took its present form. Here the cantor is the exclusive officiant. No one has yet explained how the public reader of prayers came to the title of Chazan, which in the opening line of Isaiah suggests the man of visions, the prophet. Dry reading gradually gave way to chanting. Here the authentic Jewish melody crystallized and the peculiar, highly characteristic ad lib recitative of the Chazan arose. Their Creativity. The cantors seem to be the original creators of genuine Jewish music. But on what basic foundation did they build? We would like to believe that they drew inspiration from the ancient Temple service. But this hypothesis seems unlikely. In the first place, most of the liturgy of the Machzor (prayer book of the High Holidays) was written after the fall of Jerusalem. Secondly, if melodies of the Synagogue stem from the Temple ceremonial then all Jewries would have inherited and preserved this original treasure of sacred song. When I attended Yom Kippur services in the Portuguese Synagogue of Amsterdam, I was unable to detect a single phrase in the Sephardic Kol Nidre that even remotely resembles our version. The Source Material. Synagogue music arose in the same manner as any other art begins. The cantor might hear a folk song, a troubadour's ballade, the Muezzin chant calling the faithful to the Mosque, a choir in unison with the worshippers in the parish church. Remember, the old cities were quite small, and Jews lived in close proximity to church or mosque. Such an air would appeal to the cantor. He would then fit the melody to the Hebrew lines of some prayer. The congregation learned the "new composition" of their Chazan and passed it along to the next generation. A visiting stranger might carry the appealing tune to other localities. In course of time, the original major theme could be transformed beyond recognition into the minor key. It then became Jewish in spirit, in mood, in rhythm. Possible Denial. The hostile critic might pounce upon this genesis of Synagogal liturgic song as evidence of the nonexistence of any authentic Jewish music. This recalls the efforts of German higher criticism to deny or minimize the Jewish authorship of the Bible. According to these savants of "higher anti-Semitism." to use Schechter's expression, the Jews obtained.the idea of the Sabbath from the Babylonian Shabbatu. The implication being that Jews never created anything, not even their own day of rest. Transformation. But the Babylonian Shabbatu seems merely the day of abstention from labor. In the Torah. it becomes the rest day of the Deity himself, after the labor of creation. In Jewish hands, the Sabbath was founded into a day of holiness, of prayer, of soul communion with the eternal spirit. In the same manner, the simple folk songs were transformed by the cantors. The once popular tunes, the archaic melodic themes of long ago, stamped with the Jewish spirit, were metamorphosized into Kol Nidre, Borchu, Alenu, and Kaddish of the awesome New Year and Yom Kippur service. tmes Appointed Irchasing Director Mount Sinai kmuel Gertner, executive diof Mount Sinai hospital, ly announced the appointment Seymour Crames as director *— of purchasing for the hospital. He i said that Crames vvould assume his I duties immedij ately. Crames is originally from I Paterson, N. J., | where he was asj distant adminij trator of Barnett I Memorial hospital for six years, 'in Barnett, a Ciinies hospital of 150 beds, he directed i :. maintenance, housembulance and various vices of the hospital, his first step in reorganizing basing department at anl Sinai hospital. Crames has Sgurated a complete perpetual and set up a coding I He is making a study of ital consumption now to delong range buying plans |M uint Sinai. "ii his experience, and his : other hospitals, Crames I Mount Sinai was as well Ppp< gnized and provided for its Ids in a manner that is amaz>r so young an institution," [' mented. His new post, Crames will Idle all of, the medical, surgical, (rmaceutical and administrapu -chasing in the hospital, finer said. Sunday School Teachers' Seminar | To Feature Education Symposium Second session of the seminar | tured speakers include Joseph I for Sunday school teachers will Ha -nerintendent m charge of feature a symposium on "What Kind of Jewish Education Can the One-Day School Give?" with Sydney Greenberg, educational director of Temple Beth Sholom; Jerome Gordon, educational director of Beth David Congregation; and Rabbi Simon April of Hall, superintendent in charge of instruction, and Miss Alice MacVicar, assistant director of secondary schools, of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction; and Mrs. Malvina" Weiss Leibman, principal of the South Beach Elementary School. With the close of the Institute s^r;s:r^ 1^1^,-=;,'^ gregation, as speakers. Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will act as moderator. the Bureau cf Jewish Education for the adult Jewish community of Miami, 75 certificates of completion are being mailed to stuYIYO (Yiddish Scientific Institute) Anniversary Banquet Given by the Greater Miami Yivo Committee Sunday, February 4th, 1951, at 6:30 P. M. at Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., M. B. MARK IVII1.IU National Secretary of Yivo, Speaker For Reservations Call 58-6400 i t F w \A „. I dents for successful completion The seminar wil tj of courses in Hebrew, Yiddish, Jewish history. Talmud and Midrash, and Giants in Jewish LitCongregation Beth El on Tuesday, January 30, at 8 p. m. 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PAGE 4 A *Jenist fkridiar TODAY, JANUARY 26, .t Hood Example EDITORIAL The extent to which prominent Jews in are ready to make personal sacrii [or the success of the 1951 UJA drive was again illusl this week with the appointment of Mi( Nisselson as assistant executive vice chain of the United Jewish Appeal. President of the Amalgamated Bank of York since 1945, Mr. Nisselson did net he to give up his post when the call came foi his talents in the task of enlisting and deve. community and national leadership on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. His task is not an easy one. But his public and business rec: such as to make it a foregone conclusioi will bring it to successful fruiti As the 1951 United Jewish Appeal camp gets under full swing, it becomeclear that the Jewish community in America will have to muster all its energy if the S203.000.000 goal is to be Our country is going I stress and strain and deflect =cme cf out J overcc ~ed, so to sp. power for a task v. The key to the success nf the UJA sacrifice, sacrifice Nisselsc Our local Combined Jewish Appe the pattern for the rest of the communities is off to a good start. Giving shows an increase in the larger donor aroups that indicate our top g understand the need for increased giving for local, national and overseas needs. That sacrifice of time, effort and increased giving all the down the line will have to be made if we are to be successful. .• n i u [ I S / J Xol Those Hands Though "only too pleased" to establish contact with Israel, the German governm it cannot take the initiative and must Israel to extend her hand, the New York J reported last week. If that was Bonn's r< Israel's demands on the Biq Powers reqa WE NEED YOU AHE Birthday A major address on thp night cf February 8 by Arnold Forster, national civil rights director of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Florida Regional ADL office here. Until January 1941 an active ADL lay committee of Bjiai B'rith carried on a vigorous and highly ng and counteractive program. :>n of considerable Nazi propaganda and the rise of Nazi organizations in this area, it was decided to establish a professionally directed ADL office. And so the ADL office came into being in January 1941. Since its establishment, the regional office has fought zealously to eliminate bigotry and advance democratic relations in the area. Through its untiring efforts, Miami Beach enacted the historic Anti-Discriminatory Advertising Ordinance preventing hotels and apartments from using discriminatory advertising. It was instrumental in the ^passage by the state legislature of a law prohibitJewish restitution claims aqainst Germany it only another demonstration of that far ] Teutonic character for which the world paying in blood, sweat andjears. Here is the government of a people that i condemned for the most horrible atrocities inl world, for the wanton and cold-blooded rnti of six million Jews, and it has the gall to I world that it will stretch out its hand to only if Israel makes the first move in ft rection. Such an attitude challenges descrit in words, for it evidences a deformity and mf Sun lucti :. ting t Olive. Mrs. W her training i{j?, atre PI Spitalny's all girl a member of the Pasadena rlayn ise. played in summei stock in I founder and dired Hudson Valley Playei -. *P| •'•' starring role of Sally Middlel n n who was with Kittv Davis Playhouse last ye Tickets may beobtained bv calling the center office at 58-2503. Published every Friday „nce 1927 £?,! he Je *' h Ploridian at 120 NE Sixth .treet. Miami 18. Florida En-' the Jewish Un'? ridlan has ab,orb < i SMTP851 "• AiiW ?""> n '' Editorial Association. Amerf' cn Association of English. JewT.h Newspapers. Flo rida Pre., At.oei.Won Floridian' does nr* % %  "' %  %  • %  • •• 'th the ml?chandtee advertised In its column. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ., „ _TwoV,a r %  Richard Tucker To Sing Here Ricl rd Tu kei Metro] • ir. will c %  to his %  %  Je %  %  %  pal Audit %  Sunday, V25, at 8 p appearance here will be under %  ispic f the demy. %  %  'n New Y : ty, Tucker : %  Ni C to Ji wish At the age of l; peiied to give up singing b. change in voi e 11 w n imed n %  that timi prominence in music. His last off: with the Brooklyi %  While with the Brooklyn Jewish Center, Richard Tuck. invited to audition at tl .: %  %  politan Opera That auditi m was notably successful : mediately enf -, short th e rea tc r %  claimed debut in the leadin, of Ponchiellfs "La Gioc Now one of the leading t, ra, Tucker has appeared in many operas of the Italian and of the French repert Mt. Sinai to Open Department of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation In 6 Weeks and : i %  rtsa %  f th. ganizatioi uown). I in both •ul hemo%  m one thntics including hyi rheumatoid casIsy and spinal cord %  tor, Dr : : •' llj i .,,, I department f. ,"::! %  %  .certain di apy and !" utine i ial treatmei ts' Born Prosser \amocl %  saiah Soloist K %  : nor, has been I and musir-i Irti %  Can accordiw announcement by Siegfried dent 8 1 Ld ,, Bom near Cardiffi >*,„,„ w | no place *' tudied voice*the Rov* u* y ^ an MUM, m r „J va Irecreatior 'Musi, in London unnpptl •• R Young: Israel Leader] Visiting In Miami Allen Roberts, national dir„ of the Keren Eretz Israel Rt of the National C i in il ,>f Yoa Israel, has arrived ;n Miami I direct a special fund-raisinf a paign on behalf of the fundi cording to an announcement! Louis Fox. president if the' unit. The national council will tablish Young Israel centersi Israel upon appeals for branches by Rabbi Isaac Hill, nog, chief rabbi of Israel.* other Israeli dignitaries. The fa center will be built in Tel A" and will have class md read rooms, a synagogue a libn dormitories and a swimming| "Thousands of young men women, many of them recent! rivals from Iraq. Yemen Xjfl Africa and Europe, all of tM knowing no way of life other tlj that of Traditional Judaism M| no place in the Hol\ Land find the cultural* ional facilities which mititT FRED K. SHOCHET" Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 Volume 24 Number 4 FRIDAY. JANUARY 26 lSll SHEVAT 19, 5711 Proceeds To <.,, To Polio I nil Mr. & Mrs Club of the Hollv: Jewish. %  ,f n" ">" LoS ,\ ^narnow, chairman of the af fair^^ Assisting Charnow w il "ngernents are Mr. and Mrs Le.i J Herman, Mr. and Mis R ,„ J Goldman Mr. and .M^Sa^S Flne F M?s r ne-M S A braham PohrF^„S on 0t t h ^at,ona Focal point !" a ; town, to, • il on th, on over 300 ive concerts in utic instruAc ademy of Music In T^.7 •*"*** l recreational facilities n -„ nd .nMi,, I ''' nd n un "; need." Roberts said. •The ce. ii.! ..?l and Mar !" ? will be equipped to provide services." Among the luminaries on Keren Eretz Israel sponson committee are Edward R v i first assistant to the district J torney of Brooklyn: Sim'" 1 !" kind, former federal judge adviser on Jewish Affairs to' eral Lucius Clay in Germ] Franklin D. Roowvelt, Jr..> %  greaaman Jacob K Javits. ir" Bunim. Jack Hanunes, Amer Viscose Corporation. Mayor > cent R. Impelleten. New 1 City and manv oth Morris Lifschitz. .. toutii'u mail Ul 111L" IVClcn •*•"' VM Fund. 3 West 16th St., New n City. %  -Iks To Stage -Show Smill a v to thi for wh will be imn Plans for the I !!::„ %  : %  om •d bv th, M, V, '"' sponsored at ti Mami Beach Kks Lodge aths ;, s „,M ,r "-, H -' ,h Auditortam January 28. 'PPear in the & Lewis, m 8:30 o lower show Leon :'."n 1 a hosl ,,f others. Young Israel'is the national* man of the Keren Eretz : ^ar i;,'s^3i 46 An — fourth to 1S% Ave., range Meeting Will Feature Gay Nineties Theme A Gay Nineties them* *^ featured at the second ot>% of social meetings bcin_ e roH the Flagler-Granada JewishJ munity Center at the _,l f *\ building. 50 N. W. 51st PI* -jj Thursday, February '• p. m.



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LY, IANUARY 26, 1951 e Federal To Mark Opening iorth lleah Off i*e On Monday ''•Jew 1st) FhrkHnri PAGE 5 A and i, ,i savings and Loan I will celebrate the 1 rig of its new. permai, office building Hins Avenue, corner i St.. on Monditv. 29, Chase Federal's of L directors extend an the public to visit • n's new North Beach i any time between 10 P, M Light refreshi : vi (1 from 7 to /, s will be awardt. nding throughfe deposit boxes ing tor customers rig Avenue side of Company; C a t c h i n g s Then el. Copeland. Then-el & Baisden, attorneys; Jerome A. Turrel, retired executive of the F. W. Woolworth Co.; F. Lowry Wall, president, Miami Beach First National Bank; Walter B. Wilson, real estate; and I. Lloyd Fancy, of Farrey's, Inc. During its nearly 17 years of service to the people i I Miami Beach and Greater Miami. Chase Federal Savings has grown constantly in financial strength and public esteem, and today its resources exceed 17 and one-half million dollars. Its undivided profits and reserves of mure than 1.5 million dollars make (' ''I der *}„ a ncw ;Federal Savings one of the gtrongice also offers all I __, _j *.__. Fi deral services I %  B ( I d savings acest savings and home financing institutions in the country on a i comparative' basis. Surplus and monthly payment [ Wienwi now ,. qual 10>5 pci conl lege. Vacation and | of savjm s am unts or 1L4 ^ •I cent of mortgage loans outstanding. Chase Federal has made a total of nearly 30 million dollars in mortgage loans during its history with only three foreclosures. I orders, American velers' checks and B inds. Savings ac! Federal arc now HDD tor each indi;n.000 for any two having an individnd a joint account nis opened or addtore February 10 I. ven months divin 1951 sign and appearFi deral's Main Of|I. Mn.ln Road, the ; ; ich office at 7474 is of fire proof. n truction, featur•i rra cotta and tcrThe building was •. Bradford Builders AIA. is the Ncw North Beach home of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association. 1 P I 1 president of S vings, has been iffairs in Miami irs He is a past e city's Chamber 'n! its Rotary Club. %  member of the City Council from • i has been a memnl • of Commerce nors continuously also a director Beach First National I n to Clements, direcC W. Chase, Jr.. realsi r; August Qeiger, r Properties, Inc.; I A Petl rson, Copeland. I a, attorneys; I, Standard Realtj h* la Javob I nil ih Hold Social r i of Beth Jacob Coni 11 ; -. ild a membership Inesday, January 31. at David Whitman m will include a skit. I "The Cure." a humorous I :l>ing the healing terhood activity. ParJ vill be the Mesdames P Phillip Pores and I nfield. iln Mi i Mescheloff will ofI votional. Past presii "f the last dozen years will i I. Mrs. Benjamin LonI who served as president for I Mrs. Jack Hirsch. who year tenure, and the Moses Krieger, Louis ttvsky and William Kline, one each, will be the honoreesj Alfred Lesser will preside. p es of the afternoon will |" Mi sdames Bess Felt, JosCohen, Jane Gladys Matth, Harry Zeilinger, Benjamin l< Jack Hirsch, Harry Genet, rt Whitman, Sam Deutch and R Berow. *ch Amends Zoning Temple Building 1 M .ni] Beach City Council week voted unanimously on J and second readings of an P Iment to the city zoning nance to permit the congreon of Temple Isaiah to build nagogue at 20th St. and Alton peral members of the condition had been before the hcil previously and had in1,1,11 council members that the Fas in a multiple family dis' but that it would "be ideal [tin site 0 f the temple." } was not revealed when work |lhe temple would be started, ough it is expected that conction will begin as soon as lible. O/c&Mjfo is worth a million words! NO OTHER CREAM CHEESE LIKE IT! > CREAM CHEESE BARS At oil N.Ihborhood St.r.. and Sup.rmark.t. Mtami f flee 153 N.E.2*hS. Hume 8-4731



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PAGE 6 A vjenist fkridffor? FRIDAY, JANUARY "Strictly Neighbors' SPOTLIGHTS: -:. attorn i I pla i Upert Youi Us Just S HOTEL HOPS: -: tel I York r's Harry H. Cohen is s] r! I ng plan for I 5 south ei the %  si i wn-l rer evolved building and I un Ireds s. whei it v guideposl WMBM's "•'. Am Kaui Hotel Good thi Mi %  G ..: I ightly Borgenichl s %  Max the Mogen David • rton's C %  • Fixler. is at l %  mat 3 Frank S %  %  %  %  H s seem 1 nothii rrerriest of I .... | .; • • 51 t the Versailles are M :.. They'll be i rig to 1 S :,. N v OUR VISITORS: Sack in the best clime for her health is Mrs. Matilda Koref, for her 20th wirter. She's one of Manhattan's ace school teacher? arc all you Gothamites around know her from the United Order cf True Sisters and Eastern Star Houseguest of Jack Ross snd Bea is Bea's dearest friend. Mrs. Gertrude Levine. bigwhig in Brooklyn s Hadassah. Her husbar.d is Bill Levine, operator of the famous Rustic Cabin on 9-W in Jersey PEOPLE: Denis. S I J [-past 4. have skating fi • S .. W %  Ave., 52nd St. 1 Is to pi Victor's %  Lot1 MA •.: H n Saturd c\ • %  8 to the J n Satu ...... I : Jacobsor.. Il i : edit i Feb. 2 brii : • Joseph M. Za] %  first in al %  NOTES ON A SPOTLESS CUFF: Seme wonderful people gathered around Max Lieber's baby rand for Ruth Brotmar.'s rrusicsle. Concert pianist Olga Lieber text d sequmed white evering gown with a scftiv draped neckline. Ruth s long brocade gewn had a fashionable back cluster of flowers Ex F ert accompanist for Frances Sebel was Ficrerce Kuizen who herse.f made a piano debut here last year. Guests Judge Kerneth OKa and Mrs. Oka brought their guests, the Sp:cers of London few of us with an urge to live darishlv repaired to Sclma Dcutsch Wed To Clemen Khrlich the l I Ki I : : %  g Mrs.l I • s %  %  '.... ': Mrs. £ %  %  '. S %  M "Bonus Notches, Pal" Last In Radio Series p • s : Stories! a pub[n' %  : : V : ; :. %  %  gr Too bad all such gayety can't happen every day to all cf us -! FOR SALE COMPLETE BAKERY EQUIPPED FOR WHOLESALE & RETAIL Thickly Populated Area. Doing a Big Business COULTON BROS. GARAGE %  Harry Ginsberg, son of Mrs. Annette Ginsberg, 22 West San M r:no Drive, Miami Beach became Bar Mitivah on Saturday January 20. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. R ab bi Irving Lehrman officiated. 2-7 STORY r-yTTJWFIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED #7 .*ff WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO j. SILVER


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UDAY. JANUARY 26, 1951 *Jewisli fhrMton PAGE 7 A Personally Speaking rs. Abe Grossman returned to her home in Elizabeth, N. J., er a visit with the Maurice Grossmans of this citv /Among guests at the Victor Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Simon .ckstern of New York City. Mr. Gluckstem is the owner and eralor of Gluckstern's Restaurants in New York Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weinberg, 3174 Elizabeth St., Itheir cousin. Ami Gilady of Tel Aviv. The young man, who ved as a captain in the Israeli army, will enroll at the Unisity of Miami this coming semester. %  Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedlander, 200 Ocean Drive, Miami pch. celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary last Friday. tents of Charles Friedlander, advertising executive, the Friedtders have been residing in Miami Beach for the past eight ars. Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Milgrom of Orange, N. J., are visiting mother, Mrs. Ruth Berman, 74 N.E. 69th St. Visiting in Miami are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gold of Floral Ik, L I. While here, they are being entertained by members heir family, including Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weinberg, Mr. Mrs. Harry Gold, Mr. and Mrs. M. Chazanof and Mr. and 6. L. Leibovitz. Mid-winter vacationists at the Victor Hotel include Mr. and 6. Louis Rosen of Chicago. Mr. Rosen owns a dairy company Chicago. Mrs. Larry Rochlin and her daughter, Rolinda Janice, of ktesville, N. C, are the houseguests of Mrs. Rochlin's parents, end Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, 1231 S.W. 12th Court Friends of Sidney Storch will gather at the home of his h>r.:s, Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 771 S.W. 11th St., on Thursday help him celebrate his fifth birthday. Sidney's brother and ler, Freddie and Audrey, will assist him with entertaining guests. Spending their winter vacation at the Victor Hotel are Dr. 1 Mrs. Jacob Hoffman of New York. Former chief rabbi of the knkfurt-am-Main "Kehilah," Dr. Hoffman is head of Congregah Ohev Zedek in New York and is nationally known in fhodox Jewish circles. Sat. Dave Goldberger, who was recently assigned to the blic Information Office at the newly reactivated Orlando Air Ice Base, is visiting his parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Akiba Gold?, 545 13th'St., Miami Beach. The sergeant, who has been Boned in Panama, Burma, Africa and Germany during his c::c one-half years of service, will celebrate his parents' lieth wedding anniversary during his stay. Mrs. Helen Tuman and children, formerly of New Rochelle, v York, are now residing at Miami Beach where they will b their permanent home! George Wolpert, 1776 S.W. 16th Ave., returned last week n a one-week stay in Chicago, where he attended the winter lilure show. Prior to his return, he also visited the American uture Mart and the Merchants Mart. He is the owner of srt's Furniture Company. + Ann Marilyn Gurtman of Brooklyn, N. Y., is the houseguest uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Glick. Mi and Mrs. Leonard Covan of Corpus Christi, Texas, have In visiting Mr. Covan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Covan, his sister, Suzanne, at their home, 2318 S.W. 20th St. Before her marriage on January 7 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Mrs. Victor Mardenfeld was the former Helen Kluback of 340 West 42nd St., Miami Beach. She is pictured here in her wedding gown of white Chanli'ly lace, over skirts of tulle and slipper satin. She wore long gloves of metallic Chantilly lace matching the design of the gown. Her veil was of white tulle. She carried a bible and white orchids. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated at the ceremony. Miriam Goldstein, Bernard Robert Baron Exchange Vows At Gables Center Rites Miss Miriam Goldstein became the bride of Bernard Robert Baron on December 24 in an afternoon ceremony at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris A. Skop read the service. The bride is the daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, 511 N.W. 20th Ave., who gave her in marriage. The bridegroom is the son of Albert Baron, 3140 S.W. 27th Terr. Miss Blanche Goldstein, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Martin Baron, brother of the bridegrom, was best man. The bride wore an afternoon dress of white silk crepe and Chantilly lace and carried a bible topped with a white orchid. The maid of honor wore a lavender lace blouse over a cream and gold brocade skirt and carried an arm spray of talisman roses. A reception, which was attended by over 200 guests, followed the service in the outdoor patio. The couple departed for a tour of the state. The former Miss Goldstein is a graduate of South Side High School, Newark, N. J., and is president of the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business & Professional Women. B'nai B'rith. The bridegroom was formerly staff announcer with radio station WNEW in New York City and j is presently attending the University of Miami, where he will receive his degree this June. fngregation To Mark /ish Music Month lite Center will meet I iy January 30, at 8 p.m. nter building, 3198 S.W. acording to an anIjd'e'iu'" 1 by IrV ng Sperling David Granat, program has announced that the P Will observe Jewish Music pn with community singing ID) Andrew Kornreich, the s Hebrew teacher. Pioneer Women To Hold Dinner On February 4 Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach will sponsor a dinner on Sunday, February 4, at 6 p. m. at the Labor Lyceum, 95 Washington Avenue, according to Mrs. Lena Mintzes. president. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus will defray the cost of the dinner, and all proceeds will go towards the children's building which the Greater Miami Pioneer Women maintain in Israel. Binders Entertain Former Ambassador Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Binder were hosts to the Hon. James G. McDonald, retiring U. S. Ambassador to Israel, and Mrs McDonald at a brunch at the Casablanca Hotel on Saturday morning immediately prior to their departure. Mr. Binder and the former State Department official renewed an old acquaintance formed in California when Mr. Binder was columnist for a San Franisco newspaper. During the course of conversation, Mr. McDonald announced that he and his wife are delighted with Miami and have been shopping for a home in this area. He also revealed that he' has written a book about his work in Israel which is slated for publication this spring. REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 Teenager Gets Appetite Back; Thanks Hadacol HADACOL Supplies Vitamins Bi, B Niacin and Iron Which Her System Lacked. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman of 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach, were honored al a surprise dinner Sunday night at the Hotel Good on the occasion of their fiftyeighth wedding anniversary. Their children, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer E. Werman. of Hewlett Bay Park, L. I., were hosts at the affair. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. Marlowe. Mr. and Mrs. I. Litner. Mr. and Mrs. H. Scheinholx. Mr. and Mm. D. Melts. Mr. and Mrs. I. Nathanson. Mrs. L. Kurts. DREAM HAVEN LODGE 1681 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach Telephone 5-1333 The Only Hotel That Gives Specialised Care to Personal Diets and Light Nursing Attention Ideal Diet: Basic to Living Longer and Looking Younger Holland Honey Cake —— Fruited ... Q p, Made from ingredients, considered Delicious Nuu-nlous • HeaUblul healthful for ages: whole rye flour, rich buttermilk and golden honey • superbly blended in Old Netherlands recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regulatory. Suitable for every meal or snack. Distributed by Cochran Distributing Co. 1717 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla. Fancy Catering Weddings, Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 His Violin and Orcheetra For All Your Social Functions Waddlnga, Bar Mltzvaha, Lawn Partita PHONE 83-7581 ATTENTION: Artists. Students. Hobbyists. Drawing, Painting, Still-Life, Life Classes, Modeling, Carving. Ceramics Day and evening classes Reasonable fees. Circle Studio. 58-0409 According to Sara Loraina Beck, Box 253, Coker, Alabama, when a person is only 15 years old and feels terrible, can't eat or sleep the way they should, it's mighty bad. That is the way Loraiae says she used to feel, but that was, of course, before she started taking HADACOL. Loraine found that taking HADACOL helped her system overcome deficiencies in Vitamins B,, B,, Niacin and Iron, which HADACOL., contains. Here is Loraine Beck's own statement: "I was run-down. sick and skinny, and weighed only 90 pounds before I used HADACOL I would not eat because I had no appetite. Now I weigh 123 pounds and have an appetite. I feel a lot better. I have been taking HADACOL 10 months and am still taking it I am 15 years old. HADACOL has done me lots of good." C 1M0, Tht LcBlanc Corporation OPERA GUILD OF MIAMI presents CARMFN With All-Metropolitan Cast February 24th—Dade County Auditorium February 26th—Miami Beach City Auditorium Tickets Now Available at Burdine's — 3rd Floor Miami Beach City Auditorium — Box Office ELDER FAN COMPANY 28 N. W. 4th Street FANS OF ALL TYPES Ph. 2-2105 Miami, Fla.



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] PAGE 8 A -JmislfkriJiir FRIDAY, JANUARY 26 Brandels Women Club Everglades To Hoar Alpori Pres lm : %  Membership I Will Feature ('ircus Motii pical Lodge Marks fourth Birthdi LEGAL NOTICES %  CE '.3ER FICTITIOUS NAME LA.V %  • HWADRON LAN 1 M Den ... Court • t 271 %  '--•" %  • on Fee %  26. Irra etrina Opera PBKJ Will appet : i n tti %  Frank 3m rrera i It La See:? Opera Co., Milton Mexropc itan cc-mcn:i:-r '-••e?mr B thi Bi LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE or c s : %  • %  %  %  %  .. %  • %  leaders ol the '.951 Ccmbir.ed Jewish Appeal are shown loading Mo* Ihday. They are (L to r.) Carl Weinkle. Max Orovitz. Baron* kin Joseph R. Stein. Morris Klass. executive director of the Greater Mi I! !" !" ,r a,Km V Bfa P"*ident. Ginsberg, Sam Blank and Harry Sirkin. Elated of Jifi unit tea at the home of Mrs. Max Orovitx last Tuesday aft* • Jo r Mrs. Orovitx. Mrs. Leonard Ahess and Mrs. Jack Ablin. Mrs. Carl Weink'e. p* i the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, accept, a loving cup from M| man of the women's division of the United Jewish Appeal, Tt S. Alexander Brailove. national chair presentation was las tv G. McDonlad. former U. S. Ambassador to Israel. Dance Will Aid Polio Foundation : %  : %  %  'unction Formulating plans Harrie School „. w „ „ lalm B#ach j. wUh c#n tr; Stanley tie of the Junior Congreg.tion and M.rjori. Friedlend. **>• Jumor Sisterhood. Ardmof 1 Formulating pl ans for th forthcomillg p ur im P *~g >et Lipton. preaident of the Student Council of ihe *^ the Miami Beach J.wUh Center: Siutor Gettis. pre" j "• Junior r n _>.. .: ... — %  •• i nresio* 0 pres*""



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UDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951 iebman To Address adassah Group kni^t fkrtdufi PAGE 9 A [da R. Lear's discussion m behalf >f the Hadassah i ganization, will meet i v ining, January li.. in the L"ar School II at 1010 West Ave., | Seymour Liobman urn speaker. His "The Contribution I nalities to PhilosoLaw Throughout the in is a formei diIhe Economic CommisZionist Organization I \ .. and a member of the |. of the South Eastern A member <>f the New tar, he is practicing law He is the author iif articles on "CoLiving :n Israel." which n his two recent trips intry. 11 be an open discusfoi um. Members of groups and then well as visitors to y, arc invited to i Gables Center School Takes First Plaee In Top Half Of >la< < abiali f RocheUe Lynn. Beth El, Richard Jastor, Beatrice Levy. Miami Hebrew, third; 75 yard dash. Arthur s in top place with 54 points and Show, Beth David, Rita Weiss ^C'th rVlwirl 1-i.iWl UU:.,J '.i -.. TI .i ^ -_ lapiro To Speak Miami Beach : >'.. HI;.-; leader, will Futuri of Ameron Friday, Janu10 ]>. m. at the Knes1 Sabbath Forum. H. Ever will intro;peaker and Cantor Si if will conduct coming. THE OCEAN \(J'mnc/i andvtiuiaH, 1334 18th St. found the Corner From Copa City Dinner Soui Lei Etoilea Phono 5-9169 Final tally in | the Maccabiah for the Jewish schools of Greater Miami disci i it Coral Gables Jewish Center is in top place with 64 p lints and Beth David right behind with 53 points. Other schools chalked up the following scores; Hialeah-Miami Springs, 43 pomts: Northside Jewish Center, 2(i points; M Hebrew School and C ition 20 points: Beth El Congregation. 19 points; Israelite Center, 6 points; West Miami Jew:-.! enter. 4 points: Tifereth Israel Congregation, 1 point. Over 900 students of Miami I Jewish schools turned out to celebrate Tu Bishevat at the mock i i leli Olympics. Enthusiasm j particularly high in the parade I in which a float representing Chalutzim of Israel was oiled down the parade grounds by students of Beth David, winning first prize. Costumed in thi the Mar..' • Hial mi Spin d thi winner in tl rful event of the torch i. m M din 1 i J i %  School and C >ngr< Winners in thi included thi dash, Libby Tobai k, C I I fust: I. Iskotoeg, second; Ritj Beigel. West Miami, third: 90 yard dash. Elaine Libow, Hialeah, Lawrence Toback. Coral Gables. Fred Pel love. Beth David. Beverly Feldstein. Coral Gables, first; Ruth Spiner. Beth David, Jiowai I Bonier. West Miami, Paul Lowe, Northside, Ida Fash, Beth David, second; Jerry Askowitz, Hialeah, Beth David. Melvin Koven, C Gables, Judy Roscnthal. Beth David, first; Danny Glosser, Coral Susan Fox. Hialeah, Ace tein, Hiali ah, Martha Fisher, Miami Hebrew, second; Ronald Askowitz, Hialeah. June Deutsch, Miami Hebrew, Eddie Parnes, B< th David. Sharon Klimon. Coral Gables, third: standing broad lump, Martin Diamond, Northside, Lawrence Toback. Coral Gables. Suset Rose, Coral Gables, I! Bailai Kstt-11. Robbin, Northside, first: Lconarc Lion. Hiakah. Muton Finklintine, Hialeah. Marjorie Slain. Hialeah. %  lorry Askowitz. Hialeah. Hope Stein. Hialeah. second; Richan Soloway. Coral Gables, Barey Kutine. Northside, Barbara Beiley, Beth El, Larry Panics. Beth : third: hopping relay, won bj Coral Gables. n.i half of the Maccabiah will be held on Sunday, January 2uy Direct — Save Money Lefkowitz Expands Duties For Orkin Leo Lefkowitz, pest control salesman for Orkin Exterminating Company, will take over sales for the company's filter and grease system service as of February 1. Lefkowitz, who is a former chiropodist, has been with the Orkin firm for the past four months. Now celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, the company is the largest pest control organization in the world, according to Lefkowitz. It introduced the nylon tent in Florida for drywood termite control, he disclosed, and is surety bonded for sub termite control. The company has an allmetal filter service in air conditioning and grease exhaust systems. It also fireproofs drapes and other fabrics. —.\ i ilmurc .Students of Miami religious schools celebrated Tu Bishvat with a mammoth athletic carnival Sunday at Shenandoah Park. In the photograph happy youngsters are shown* pulling a float. CHARMING ATTRACTIVE WIDOW Seeks Acquaintance with gentleman, fine caliber Age 55-60 Write "Widow" Box 2973. Miami 18 WANTED MAN WITH S3.500 For partnership in good going business. 89-7022 REVLIN HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Under Supervision of Rev. M. Moscowitz Collins Ave. at 13th St., M. B.—Ph. 5-7688 Serving DeLuxe From Full Course Dinners Open To The Public $1.75 • %  •UP MENDELSOHN'S i" RESTAURANT Formerly of 13th & Collins — Now Located at 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach Air-Conditioned for your comfort "Where the Finest Meet to Dine" — Daily from 4 to 9 ONLY TWO GOOD PLACES TO EAT—HERE OR HOME! Open Saturday at 5 P.M. Phone 58-8946 We have no connection with any other restaurant on the Beach YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING —DON SEND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! T LET THEM DOWN! e !..t. P C Ir.e. 0< „<*<": W -.••, .****.; *' e.e *• ^U'.'s S*F e 'u lVt* Shipping Charges incl. duties >.t r ONLY 22^ p er pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras n 6 VJEe TO FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. fOOD NET WEIGHT....55 LBS. •HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND— FOR A FAMILY 13 lb*. Canned Mtat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 Iba. Cheeae; 8 lb*. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk; 8 Iba. Dried Fruit* incl. Nuta; 8 Iba. Dried Vegetablea; 8 Iba. Canned Flan; 8 Iba. Chocolate, incl. Caka and Candiea; 8 Iba. Rice; 8 Iba. Legumea (Peaa, Bean*, etc.); 8 lb*. Cereala; 8 lb*. Canned Fruit; 8 Iba. Jellies and Jama; 8 Iba. Egg Powder; 4 Iba. Coffee; 4 Iba. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 Iba. Tea; 2 Iba. Spice*. SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALFI CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! Uc n. h P n. t0 l,rael your ""-Packed parcela of uaed th. .• or ""'PPing your parcela to Israel. Pac na!hul £ a Farr Tours, (larael dutiea prepai ed clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge ia only Pack your parcel* and bring them into any of • prepaid here 16c per lb.). Your relativea have t0 Py there. (Outaide Metropol. Area charge* r eelf-packed parcel* slightly higher.) • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 • ]9 lb $11.75 4 lb. Meat 8 cana Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheeae 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Oil M lb. Egg PARCEL 19 35 lb $18.75 1 can Sardines 4 oz. Tea 3 bara Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. S..Q.1I' Powder (18 egga) PARCEL 16 25 lb $12.75 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup 6 lb. 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TANUARV w m +Jewisti ncrldftan PAGE 11 A l-M Given Award Human Relations Univi sity "1 Miami was n Thursday. January Nal onal C inference of g nd Jews for its work ip education and hui I;, | 'it K. Clinchy of New L Idenl of the national J, : e inji d a citation to i r university it special ceremonii l !'. aumOBt Lecture all. I were pan 01 a L human understanding ity which had as [ di s Dr. Clinchy, Dr. and Dr. Gordon i is professor of [ • i' ilumbia Universiuth ity in the field mal and intergroup I now director of a i ject in intergroup ed[ N irth Cat olina, wa i I i the faculty of the J e and was its first human it lations. lit June to accept his t ition. I anklin Williams, vice V of the university and V faculty, presided ttt I nar which had as its Brotherhood as a Part of l %  ) for Survival." |Sp< gui sts at the ceremony i and Mrs. Benjamin j .. : %  i gave funds for the I up in human relaI the university; Max h i established and proinual support for the Library in Human Rclai A. M. Luntz. Cleveland \ and a member of finance committee. [an Alpha Omega Initiates Eight I new members were toll Tau Alpha Omega, teenib of the Miami JewC unity Center, at a pot pk supper at the home of Renee 11. 2300 SW 24 Ave., this i the Misses Elaine W Ima Ganz, Janet Greene, Karas, Rona Kordon, Lila i loan Orlin, and Lee Sherin. [roup under the presidenirol Mondress, meets evday night at the cen2200 people jammed t're Hotel Waldorf Artoria in New York orchestra on its ten week, forty city lour of the United States and City and acclaimed the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by | Canada, presented by the American Fund in association with local Leonard Bernstein at the inaugural dinner concert presented by the | groups, under the mnagement of S. Hurok. American Fund for Israel Institutions. This concert launched the | From The Psychologist's Desk Children's Quarrels In The Home Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, accredited consulting psychologist in full time practise wi Miami is a specialist in adult and child problems. As part of his work, he gives marriage, personal and parent-cliild counseling, as well as psychological testing and vocational counseling. A professional psychologist for the post 19 years. Dr. Blumenthal is a diplomate in clinical psychology of (he American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology. lie will be pleased to discuss anj> questions sent in by readers through this column during this scries. Please send all auestions to Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal. The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. — Editor's note. Dear Dr. Blumenthal: I have heard you address parents on the behavior of children. What about this problem? Is it normal for brothers and sisters to quarrel? Can parents prevent this? How? My boy is ten; my daughter is six. ANSWER: erty. This will provide for neatness and order about the home, respect and care for property as well as the recognition of importance in having a place that is all his own. The normal child can be taught this at an early age. If children are going to learn Irs. Kraus To Fete Id Journal Workers 1 Milton Kraus will be f a luncheon in her home members of Temple Beth Sisterhood who have sold 0 worth of ads for the sisterurnal on Friday, Fcb2, at 12 noon. urnal constitutes one of d's principal sources vhich it raises for the : Both Sholom's RellSchool. Mis. Benjamin is co-chairman of the I annual "ad journal on February 21 at the the journal will be given livenfr, according to Mrs. P Robbing, sisterhood 1 iit. Mrs. Alex A. Straus is of the February 21 i. and Mrs. Harry Kohn Im charge of reservations. It may be surprising to some parents out it is normal for chilto understand the grown up world dren in a family to quarrel. As j in which they will eventually parparents, we are desirous to have tieipate, then the parents must our children learn how to give j teach them to accept cer t a in reasand take in the every, day bust-j w standards of behavior. You ness of living. They learn to d teach constructively by beso in their small qua. i els at L^ unfan Such instances are home. Home should be the place | ofton ^^ when fl n{ wjl] where the child finds it safe to give a child's belongings to anexpress angry, even hateful fee 1other over his objections beca use ings. But it must also be a place ;.,„„„,. .i_ 0 ic „„„„„„,. h un „r,„ ings where he or she learns to put definite limits on the intensity of hostile feelings and behavior towards each other. Most parents would prefer to have quiet and well behaved children. They would prefer not to j t j cs adequately by resorting have their children raise their bribery to insure "peace i your sister is younger than you —she is onlv a baby." (six years old!) No child will understand adult rules of behavior and property if every time a crisis occurs, exception must be made. Nor are the parents discharging their duto and voices in anger, shout or have %  q U j e t." As for instance: "If you tempers flare. However, psychol| W JH g j ve vour game to Billy, we ogically, this would be unhealthy. Children, like adults, must have opportunities to express themselves as to their likes and dislikes. The well conforming child is not necessarily the well adjusted or emotionally healthy child. Too often, this hides a rebellious and unhappy personality structure which may later in adulthood, evidence itself in the will take you to the movies on Sunday." Next time it will have to be a bigger and better bribe! Subsequently, every situation can become a bargaining situation—or else. Or else, there will be a constant tumult between and among the various members of the family—each grabbing for personal gain at the expense of the others. As a general rule, parents could inability to handle one's problems : best serve their children by not n a satisfactory social and emo-' entering or connecting with a quarrel. They should not take sides. The exceptions to this rule are when a child is being "ganged [DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonat B-8S17 — 9-S7Z7 61 N. E. 6th Straat A L MEIDENBERQ. Owntr tional basis. The reason for this is, that as a child, he was never given an opportunity to learn how to cope with these problems. How up on by a group of children, or pan parents be of help? Parents I j s po0 rly matched because of deshould teach their children that; velopment. or when the quarrels the rights of others should be reI are persistent and increasing in Bpected if they want their own | frequency and intensity, lights to be respected, too. Let us Brief quarrels are to be expecttakc, for example, a rather freed arnonK children. Constant quent cause of dissension amorfg q UaITO ljng among children would children at home: quarrels with sugges t tne need for examining ; respect to personal belongings, | the con dJtions about the home to such as toys, games, etc. Parents I find out what is precipitating this [can teach children not to take. difficuly. Perhaps, your children !another child's possessions with: nced moie time with each of you, | out asking permission to do so. to par ticipate in family outings, I Each child can be assigned a spe, t[) get a \fyjg more affection and rial place for his personal propassurance If quarrels recur, are persistent and intense, despite your attempts at handling them, parents should not be ashamed at seeking professional psycho! cal guidance to help solve the. Study at. problem. V %#tO ART SCHOOL 1822 BISCAYNE BOUtEVARD • PHONE 9-9622 for an interesting hobby ; j or a distinguished career. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC .,.,,. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth n i u is displayed; And to buy only chickens with the ring oi the G.M.V.H. fi 1 D 3 as 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." "Koher 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 T V*P£? I Harry Sirldn. Pros. H. Sootin. Secy. S. Lobel, Treas. 1. 2. —



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,.;,ilrrs Of 1951 Combined Appeal liewiislhJEJliOJpidPiaup MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951 SEC. B Capital Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN Economic Stabilization Unit Praises Conservation Project JACK ABLIN Iciiairman of Winter Residents Unit DAVID PHILLIPS Vice Chairman of Winter Residents Unit JOSEPH GARDNER Co-chairman of Hotel Unit MRS. LOUIS GLASSER Chairman of Women's Gift Unit IIIAS Banquet 'i For Sunday T People's Tourist Committee, composed of representatives of the kirner Jewish communities the United States and Canada. ill sponsor its annual HIAS emergency banquet on Sunday, January 28, at the Victor Hotel, IMiami Beach. The committee is headed by sseph L. Tepper of Washington, ). C. who will also act as toastmaster Short addresses will be lade by Rabbis L. Kronish, I. ehrman, M. Mescheloff and M. Shapiro. Also slated to speak are iax Lefkowitz of Boston and lacob Fishman of the Waldorf Towers Hotel. A concert of Jewish folklore folksong! will feature Anna ">: issberg, Paul Millstone and Cantor M. Mamches, who will be accompanied by Anuyta Melicov. Louis Miller will sponsor the hffair and serve as host. Detroit Juniors Name Temporary Officers Dr. S. Kreisler was elected temporary president of the Detroit Juniors at the first meeting of the organization. Other temporary officers include Francine Weinstein, secretary treasurer; Bernard Elrod, entertainment chairman; Alfred Kreisler, constitution chairman. Permanent officers will be elected in one month. Next meeting of the group is slated, for Saturday, January 27, at 8:30 p. m. at the Winterhaven Hotel, 1402 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Plans will be made for the season's activities. Beth David Sisterhood I Will Conduct Services Beth David Sisterhood will conIduit its annual Sisterhood SabIbath on Friday, January 26, at [815 p.m. at the synagogue. Mrs. Frank Rose, president, will deliver the sermon. Other participants will be Mrs. Harry Laufer, Ed Merlin and Mrs. Harry August. Center Rents Hall Announcement has been made that the Northside Jewish Center I has rented a hall at 5028 N.W. 7th I Ave, for religious and social meetunti] the group's new synag 'gue is erected at North Miami Ave. and 64th St. Mizrachi Unit to Hear Dr. Lazar Schonfeld The Beth Jacob Mizrachi Organization will meet on Saturday, January 27, at 8:30 p.m. at the David Whitman Hall for a special meeting. Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld, member of the national executive, will be guest speaker. His subject will be "Building a New World." Rabbi Moses Mescheloff 1 will introduce the speaker. Dr. i M. J. Safra will preside. Barn Dance Planned First in a series of monthly barn dances to be given by the West Miami Jewish Center will be held on Saturday. January 27. at 8 p.m. at the center. 5720 S.W. 17th St.. according to an announcement by Irving L. Wexler, president. Music will be provided by Red Rooster and his barnyard band. WASHINGTON — Jewish organizations, mindful of the totalitarian techniques of Goebbels and Stalin, are increasingly concerned over the rise of McCarthyism. Attempts to silence radio commentators and newsmen like DrewPearson, who combat anti-Semitism as well as Communism, are noted with nervous apprehension. Pearson, who has advocated the brotherhood of man, urged liberalization of displaced persons legislation, aided the United Jewish Appeal, advanced the Zionist cause, exposed Gerald L. K. Smith and the Ku Klux Klan and did much to combat prejudice, may be cut off the air. He may be silenced in the press. Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, Wisconsin Republican, who is striving to destroy Peargon, is also known to American Jewry. McCarthy is known principally i for his interference with war crimes trials in Germany on behalf of Nazi killers who slew countless Jews and murdered %  American prisoners and wounded at Malmedv. Belgium, during the Battle of the Bulge. McCarthy is also known for his involvement with radio commentator Upton Close whose anti-Semitic broadcasts have long been noted by the Anti-Defamation League. The Wisconsin senator joined with Gerald L. K. Smith and Rep. John Rankin, Dem.-Miss., in efforts to block the nomination of Anna Rosenberg as assistant secretary of defense. In fact, another Republican. Sen. Wayne Morse, of Oregon, openly stated that "several aspects of the hearing have been saddening because I'm satisfied that some anti-Semitic forces in America are taking advantage of this opportunity to smear Anna Rosenberg." Radio commentator Fulton Lewis. Jr.. who was also involved in the Rosenberg incident, has done much to advance McCarthyism. It has been established, with State Department documentation, that the Nazi Embassies in Washingon once reported to Berlin that Fulton Lewis, Jr., offered advice on the draft of a proposed letter from Hitler to Roosevelt. The letter would have aided Nazi ambitions for global domination. This occurred at a time when Pearson was working to expose the Nazi underground in the United States. The issue between McCarthy and Pearson is much more signi ficant than the clash of two personalities. If McCarthy can silence Pearson merely by smearing him with the brush of Communist association then the totalitarian technique will have triumphed in the United States. It is more than an issue of freedom of speech and freedom of the airwaves. When one such freedom is wiped out, the foundation of our free society crumbles. The victims of McCarthyism will not be just reporters or the press as a whole, but the people of the U.S. The Washington Post, which has supported Israel and liberal legislation, said McCarthy is borrowing the methods of the Kremlin "and those of Hitler and Goebbels to create tyrannical power for itself." "What he is trying to do is not new," the Post continued, "it worked well in Germany and in Russia; all voices except those officially approved were silenced in those lands by intimidation." It has often been said among old-timers on Capitol Hill that if tntalitarinism ever comes to the United States, it will come in the disguise of ;.nti-totalitarianism. B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida has received praised from the Economic Stabilization Agency as a result of the council's Americanism program urging Dade County citizens to conserve natural resources. The project was initiated through the council under the direction of Americanism Chairman Sanford M, Swerdlin, 2.000 placards urging consumers to "Buy Only What You Need" were distributed to grocery chain stores, meat markets and retail stores throughout Dade County. A copy of the placard was also forwarded to the agency whose response reads: "The White House referred to this agency your letter and its enclosures with reference to the program adopted by your council to discourage hoarding. "This agency was established by the President to deal specifically I with the control of inflation, i Therefore, we are very pleased to know that we have the supI port of your council in our efforts to provide a stabilized ecoInomy. In addition, we appreciate the steps you have taken to advise the public regarding the necessity of conservative buying. A well-informed public assistance to us in with our efforts to proper stabilization invaluable connection provide a program. "Please extend to the members of the council our sincere thanks for their participation in your very worth v*hile and publicspirited program." Beach Zionists To Hear Jewish Humor A program featuring Jewish humor will be presented at the next meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club on Wednesday, January 31. at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor, according to Harold Shapiro, chairman. Daniel M. Broad will serve as toastmaster for the afternoon. Participants in the program, which will be patterend after radio's "Can You Top This." will "be Jac-Mj C. Fishman. S. A. Gordnan, Louis J. Krensky and Alex Van Straaten. Charles H. Lee will report on Israeli news, and Fishman will lead community singing. Assisting Shapiro with arrangements are Broad. Paul Eisman, Fishman. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Sam Prosterman and Irving will be of I Schatzman. 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FAGE 2 B *JeistrkrMicir FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1951 Rabbi Schonfeld To OMtMries Speak At Testimonial LOIS '•"'• Rabb: Dr. L Schonfeld :.: Mescheloff. • %  MORR B BAL ••-' Hall of Conggati F irmerly ch I V... Bi • adei I I F Syr...; gui in the. Broru for ".he past quartet ceni is a member of the ex-: itive :he N %  %  • %  %  ^ox Street ,„ v v AL£X HARRISON ; Beach. %  B'nai B nth Council To Meet February 1 MRS. HELEN S SGER %  %  The BT.. B ": C South Fl :%  MRS. GRACE ESGEL g. 11 :. bv P.. ent S : Silv meet in plans foi -' y Bna M "-?•" = RBA f. K Bea, ; %  ED'Alo B*TS- • %  %  PALLiNE FRIED '.• AN %  %  flench Juniors To Sponsor fiance %  p e Hoi ich I'll •;,".: : : I _i=pv g GOSS %  Is ALBERT DOE! lance cor ..-._ .... fe of pagne. F ... % %  • %  : __ ystn s uiub Meetina To Feature Symposium A ABE ROSENSON •-£*•-Otr : %  Pf ill Max .Vari : %  %  SANDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. ARTHUR KOCH %  NRAO •••-•. 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES YOUR INCOME TAX MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Tax Consultant Phcr.e 7-0563 7101 Biscayne Blvd. THI BEST IN KOSHER *OOM I Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach GRADE "A" PRODUCTS $? GREATER AMI MILK • i CE CREAM CHIL Homeg^niaed Vitamin "D" Miik PHONE 5-5537 • i Planning a Vnrtu? • Party Knishes • Sandwiches • Decorated Buffet Platters • Roast Turkeys • Stuffed Derma • Roast Broilers • Retail Delicatessen • Cocktail Franks • Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers Distinction" For AH Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL AFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 5-2*55 ASK FOR BORIS Attention to Md Organizations Y I • BASS %  %  • ill MORR S RAVlCH %  %  %  I lo C '• JACK GREENSPON THE UAKIIEX ON THE TRAIL 2235 S. W. 81h STREET PHONE 4FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon MRS. MARIA FREYER. Own.r IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS AND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA 3155 Only One Performance RICHARD TUCKER Mctropofitan Opera Star 'The finest lyric ferior 7 hare heard since Gigli. Richard Tucker has become one of the most gifted tenors in the Metropolitan Opera Company." The New York Times Miami Beach AUDITORIUM FEB. 25th Reserve Your Tickets Sow For Choice Seats PHONE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4641 OR MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Tickets 3.69 and 2.46 PERFECT HOST to a host of friends Ll BUDWEISEB never needs an introduction. Ita distinctive, delirious taste has made it the world's most famous beer. Budweisen \ [ A r. C D D r r< n LAGER BEER ANHEUSER-BUSCH, J N C ST._l.OUIS D tril uted by P ICbn i. Fia. g SAM BLANK, Pre.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1951 fJewist flcricJian PAGE 3 B —I 1 Jewish Families Left % % %  Warion HONG KONG. (JTA) — There v four Jewish families left „, Soviet-occupied port ., huria, and they are planave for Israel as soon receive their exit visas, n r ted here by members ,,, „f emigrants who through en route from 1 tsraeL v. ;„„ ft* latest sroup, numbering 6. ,nd women, were delayed mon th8 in Dairen and only I s.iviet visas when the inuance of organized emi. from the Far East to Isnnounced. They arrived vessel chartered by the Distribution Committee and W ait a'-oard the ship for lrs until their plane areC ause the British police fused to honor their Britt visas. the war small Jewish unity of Dairen was well cording to the emigrants r ing the war members of immunity were dispersed who remained in the virtually cut off from Of the world when the I Union occupied the port. ,1WV Leader Raps I •'ranee Spain JERSEY CITY (AJP). — The .mmander of the Jewish v. Veterans answered a polite :. i for an apology to Franco by the Catholic War Vetw'ith an avalanche of facts week branding the Franco a dictatorship which alI itself with the Axis in V. 1 War II. The dispute began last Septemwhen the New Jersey State Department of JWV in line with its national policy, opposed the gnition of Franco Spain by the United States as well as a n to the dictator. month the Catholic War V rans issued a statement claiming that the JWV was not in p issession of all the facts in I e. It urged that they probe deeper into the matter. '• %  looked further in to the fad ," State Commander Leon Fi of Jersey City, told the rican Jewish Press. The rewas the issuance of a statent to local newspapers this k which not only failed to gize but stated in detail the nu T ius charges which com| ;ed the basis of JWV's opposite the recognition of Franco n and of JWV's contention Franco Spain was ruled by •.-democratic dictatorship. Beach Zionists To Mark Music Month Jewish Music Month will be celebrated at the public meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District c.n Thursday, February 1. at 8:30 p.m., in the auditorium of the Central Beach Elemental y School, Alex Van Straaten, president, has announced. Seymour B. Liebman, program chairman, revealed that Rabbi Irving Lehrman will greet the gathering and speak on "The Significance of Jewish Music Month." "A History of Jewish Music"' will be presented by Joseph Pardo, lyric tenor and graduate of Brandeis Camp Institute. Pardo, 1 a local attorney, received his education at the University of Miami. He is financial secretary of the Miami Beach Zionist District and former'^' served as chairman of the Young Judaea Leaders' Council and president of Masada. He will be accompanied at the piano by Herman Fried, a graduate of the New York University School of Education and Yeshiva of Bensonhurst. Brooklyn. Fried, former music director of the Miami Beach Y, has worked with Yiddish stage and screen artists throughout Latin America and the United States. Last year he performed as orchestra leader at the Plaza Theater and has been I the organist of Temple Beth Sholom since its inception. Beaeh Auxiliary To Meet Tuesday and Jack Udell. Miss Clara Goldenberg will accompany at the piano Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will meet at the Atlantis Hotel, 2655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach on Tuesday, January 30, at 1 p.m. Final reports on the "summer project" will be made by Mrs. Sol Silverman. chairman. An original musical skit based on the summer project, written and directed by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry will he presented with Mrs. Silverman as narrator and the following cast: Mesdames Frank I Berger, Irving Frankel. Max Greenberg, Ray Hammerman, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president, will preside at the business meeting. Plans will be formulated for the annual benefit party, proceeds of which go to the Sidney Appel Medical Fund. Chairmen are Mrs. Helen Sparber, Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan and Mrs. Harry Danziger. Mrs. Samuel Ritter. chairman of membership will present gold pins to new life members and Mrs. Harry Koretzky, co-chairV< I ^ i.i.v p,, an... -* ^... Harry Koretzky, Mollie Schuman %  man, will speak. Norman Carol, formerly first violinist with the Boston Symphony, will be the third artist in the Miami Beach YMHA-sponsored Community Concert Series Oil Monday, January 29. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH • 24 hour GRADUATE NURSE care • RICE. SALT FREE or ANY other DIETS • AH roome with PRIVATE BATHS, patio*, solaria, ELEVA. TORS and lobbies. 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PRjDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951 *Jenisti Fkwidrg&n PAGE 5 B H David Meyer, trained and ',,„,,( handwriting speciale nC y ou a check-up. Send at nes written with pen ,,.,„ p^nt-in %  elftamped envelope with no st.mips— to David The Jewish Floridlan, 2973, Miami Florida. following specimen was Men for me by Dr. Ralph J. Bune he. winner of the Nobel ,.. Dr. Bunehe was ih,• international prize ng peace to the mid-east bv mediating the Palestine disuu! ,. I interviewed Dr. Bunehe for this paper at his office at the United Nations headquarters in He* Y*ork. i t, let us consider the man. then wi will discuss the states,',,... The writing is. large, broad, mod. rately fast. The script is regthe rhythm steady and Tile 1-dotS take the .and curves. The nd connections are b >th angles and roundti il us I man with I a mission. He is van of social and eth ca] nd fei Is as much at ei IS as with immediate, everyday realities. He has re Rift of grasping complex situations and breaking them down to simplified, coherent statements of infant. He relit sentlally on logic to bring h ire i a point. Intuition and instinct play a second le in his mental make-up. The presusre is full and warm, the slant toward the right. Dr. Bunehe is a man of enthusiasm, lively temperament, en joy 8 pleasant surroundings, good food and good company. He loves ancedotes and is good at story telling. Verbal expression comes readily to him. He has a good memory, good sense of color, loves music, poetry and philosophy and has tendencies toward melancholy contcmplativeness of a lyrical nature. The left hand margin widens toward the bottom of the page, the right margin is irregular, and his letter "s" resembles the figure "8." Dr. Bunehe is free with his money, would rather enjoy new experiences and grasp new insights than make a fortune. He just cannot say "no" to requests for aid. The poet Longfellow wrote the same "s" and he was known among his friends as always having both hands and his In art open to all who needed his help and friendship in any way. Now for the statesman. But first, a brief definition of politics. The man in the street is apt to color h ich to politics with cynicism, His political thinking is influenced by sensational stories, periodic in\ ions and up" i imp igns, tlie shady d< als of unscrupul IUS small-fryBut if •: i r. il i!:' ics in tial, social c ntext, we are struck by the 1 I re a p i] ti%  i 'wo or tl re.' pi ople come to live and work together in the same area. Busily working al the office of the local drafr board are volunteers from the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rilh Women. The group recently put in a full evening of stamping, signing, sorting and mailing questionnaires. Shown above are (1. to r.) Mrs. Theodore Arvan. chairman of the project; Mrs. Charles Korenvaes. Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mrs. Bernard Lowenlhal. Miss Lorraine Puckett, supervisor of the draft board: Mrs. Sam Pollack and Mrs. Ben Libow. Politics govern their external reactions to one another. Returning to Dr. Bunchc's writing, we find the diplomat expressing his skillful manipulation of | situations, readiness for new twists in events and dogged nur! in the sinuous base line, the full-blooded pressure, the angular formations. The prt 5: i' also tells us that Dr. Bunehe can absorb the shock of untoward i vents ami ke ip .•> toward his ol Whili :ting is gener I. testifying to Dr. Bundle's elasticity i and sense of diplomacy, t encies inform us that he possesses self-restraint, caution, tact. Now and then a slight tremor is noticeable in the writing. A statesman"s life is not an easy one. Dr. Bunchc's career has made him tense. He is prone to irritability on occasion. 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-Jenisr Meridian iQ 1951 Averase n^i^1nT7ad H ousin3 Is SW I H tisiii, TEL AVIV— tv in la i 2.i ring %  '. -.-.to 1 ntit] : %  • Merely I et this feet t leasi 60.003 i I I : n • : lestined 1 %  -. W nl : all civ. .... up :r. tov ill %  g to I immigi nts v i l -Or.-. grants are ..-.. it that 1 Ided. but :i %  vent thi I .. • New flats for %  n r llj %  ::. st th A1949 1 I govern .' i en! %  ising grants, ex pay :ts full s nto h ..-.: .. A purpos %  : several ntir.u r-class using %  th: ... : by thi Fi Ag< The simp' ..-..%  g Dsv:sior I I • M r %  •; i:' '•'••' besides employing i i %  • tends i sh National Funds -• • i • -• %  • %  lling Some 5 inits til A] -! th %  • %  • :' %  in conI A prom:i I • ntly begun estal %  .. • %  r I The 77 • %  •-. %  -. -.i Ai 1 by i • -. %  n %  being and R • • %  %  :" .%  %  • THE ADVENTURES OF e -rue PAIR AWAIT THE DUST HAS BEEN GATHERING HERE FOR LOOO yEARS— THESE WERE CAPTIVE ROMANS LEFT TO DIE LISTEN/ THE GUARDS THEY'VE DISCOVERE6 OUR ESCAPE HURRY' THERE'S NO TIME "' L( nts through %  -.: : •' %  nts. Ihod enractice ol %  nefit 1 projects use what flats for 1 .-.%  %  %  governng to ii ngs. • • %  : tors ai popul — in th ProI f both i %  %  < n the program has been recorded on "Shulsong Records" by RCA. : eel sponsored by the •y for the Advancement of Israel, which Dr. Shoulson and his brother. Rabbi Morris intment :' D r Isadore H. Shoulson, of Philadelphia Dr. Shoulson Named Cultural Director n S lirectoi f the i ] : for past tl August Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 Shoulson ill t I jnded. the ?: I on Friday at 10:15 S in at p.m. WFEC. On :Dr ShoulI n will nette on Portion : the W< ..nd a • review I first run %  v During the :' the Sunday broadcast he will discuss tide 1 lical. On the second half of th( prograi will serve as a : ving rep irter commenting eting which has taken | n g I %  %  -' f 1 ic to be played SUNRtfPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM to* KIT. ccifvii tscf ma AMD OUKXIK LAJU lit W KT COutt 1 fLDRIDAj •] 2s< 0 r Jj thv III W N. J. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Stt. Hebrew Religious SupplUs For Synagogues and Prirtii Use. Also fox Hebrew Schools DnCD 131C Telephone 5-9017 %  • %  :. si *5M> t'5N yi ra rtabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Arenu* Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade s~; %  for vet SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Aufo Locks • Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK • EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE M NX 2nd Are. Ph. Look For the 2-Story White Bu.ld:ng THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S3S.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phcno 4-3249 w.rciLCin SERVING FLORIDA'S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNER "46 Collins Avmue Miami Beach (pompleb MJ ^bepenJaiie c7ilfe SeWta M IAMI TITL£ & abstract Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Titlo Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE -.*• % 


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JIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951 +Je*lstincr§(Jlar) PAGE 7B rnecoHeNSj Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN lire in the H'arsam Ghetto j recent JDC annual meeting -highlighted by an address of [ ,:K1 moving simplicity, ^ J si ph J. Schwartz, that who were privileged to hear |ll m vt: forget the occasion. Tjust too bad that the sponI j talk has not been made i the general public. Schwartz was superb as he r experiences as a repf his 1 nn association with |DC He reached tragic depth he described his visit to the aw Ghetto after the war. He B firsl foreigner, or at least r Jew, to reach the city. he got to the ruins of the related, he found a t Jews who were crying they saw the man who to them American kand its succor efforts. He Elf flood mute, too moved by to be able to utter a Every vein in him wept blood. But as a leader he j I not shed tears. And I. weeping inwardly, the >urvivors were waiting %  i of consolation and a while the tenseness Lr. And as he began talking \ vivors of the world's est nightmare he was to exi moment that perhaps I the key to Jewish character re to Jewish survival. 'irst thing those bedraggled. pr, tragic people asked was the fate of 200.000 of their p-men who fled to Russia. will they return? they \ Efering to give them shel>nd f K d and consolation they themselves were so in need of those very turri -ting comment on the < I community support ontiol of local Anglo-Jewish \s is made in the recent issue i Intermountain News, edited ftbert S. Gamzey. He is quite ur opinion, when he %  t is the business of a %  to raise and dispense I" and "not to publish a T %  He is still on firmer f ii n he. asserts that "to < Jewish paper must be independent and privatelyowned." It seems to this corner that if the Anglo-Jewish press is to survive as a constructive force in Jewish life, free to laud and condemn, it must be free from community control though not from community support. Two books for children, recently published by Behrmann House, should be welcome in every Jewish home. One of them, "The Dreidl Who Wouldn't Spin," is an illustrated story that the sixyear-old will love. Text is by Libby M. Klaperman and the book is profusely illustrated by Lazzle Matulay. The other is book, "A "Children's Village in Israel," text by Sonia Gidal and photos by her husband Tim Gidal, describes child life in Meier Shfeyah, the Junior Hadassah project Publication of "Pictorial Oddities from Hebraic Literature," by Solomon Lenschitz, will delight the hearts of every Jewsh reader, young and old. When the oddities first appeared, they earned him the name "Jewish Ripley" and he well deserves it. Here are the stories of Rabbi Gamliel, who anticipating modern astronomy, constructed a "hollow tube" with which he could measure distances, of Moses, who wore a health mask as a protection against disease; of Ben Gomia, whose advocacy of a public school system antedates modern educators by centuries; and many other equally revealing. In addition to these cultural and scientific contributions, the Pictorial Oddities include a wide range of fabulous and often ironically amusing feats, such as the acrobatic proclivities of Rabbi Simeon, the life of a Jewish Robin Hood, and the contest in which Esther's beauty made her queen at the age of forty. Card Party Scheduled Northside Jewish Center Sisterhood will sponsor a card party on Saturday, January 28. at 8:30 p.m. at 5028 N.W. 7th Ave., according to an announcement by Mrs. Lillian Hochfelsen, president. Hebrew School To Hold Siyum Hatorah Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will hold a Siyum Hatorah on Sunday, January 28, at 7 p.m. in the school building, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., according to an announcement by William Weintraub, president. Rabbi Simon April will deliver the dedication sermon, and Cantor Berele Kelemer will provide the musical portion of the program.' Jack Stone and H. M. Devich, past presidents of the congregation, will speak briefly. Torah presentation will be made by' Abe Kaplan. Chairman of the ceremony is Dave Kleber, head of the religious committee. Refreshments will be served under the supervision of Mrs. Ben Socoloff and Mrs. Waranch. The group is making plans for a barbecue to be held in the paiio of the building on Sunday, February 4, from 3:30 p.m. on MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. 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>/n r -ntly. Can7or Mordecai Feinernan. led ^J-•"j ...... ,., it,. center library. ... %  Temple Israel. 2020 Broward Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E. Rabbi Emeritus. S Jewish Community Cen 2020 Polk (Conservative). u • -•-Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; soldier who passed Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Eeach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. For the Finest In Laundry or Dry Cleaning CALL US ALL SERVICES TO MEET ANr BUDGET Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1403 N. W. 7th COURT M IA M1 FLO RI D A Phones: 3-0753, 3-0154 %  %  • %  1 Temple betn snoiom i Liberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor Samuel Kelemer. • l'%  %  v %  %  f West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. Miami Hebrew 'oct-.ooi and Con gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. !2th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berflo K.'emer. %  %  %  Sivjiii %  Congregation beth Ttilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. %  Singer. Rabbi. eg at 1:15. ; ,k on "' 'an We Ih< Ten rommand" %  II '"' l \ rd. '!'• %  forum i with nil Sabbath reCongregation Beth Jacob (OrIhodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Rabl I %  %  %  Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr %  Vhraham .Port Ion of tl u I i| by North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium. 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. On FYld p.m %  || IN : %  • Will t of I \ %  • .' I, u Hried will COBI the Satur r II \l lz\ h • S. K i Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. • i so ..in p.m. %  will be a of the entlri 1: will be I. .. %  %  Temple Isaiah (Reform), Town & Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. ... t 8:SO Mind r % % %  I Ii Tod iy?" ncml l Bay 1 l %  • %  : > an to Downtown bynnagogue (formerly old Beth David). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz. /I. WORIIY About Your FO€. A Complete Catering Se., Beautiful Hors D'oeuvrei Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVER* LINENS Entertainment and all othe details arranged for yt formal and informal PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS d H0Ll| 83-1986 JACK & JILL CAT 24 N.W 7th St. Off Miami" JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS S A N D W I CHE! SOUR CREAM WITHI COTTAGE CHEESF. SOUR CREAM WITB| VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mezzanine Floor .i •: Til rabbi will lion % %  < I hi w • • i. t 4:80 Ith Mlneha ••' %  "• Keudolh Daily si .it in II Ing sen lei al Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Congregation Beth David (Conservative!. Coral Way and 26th Road. Rahbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. m. Rabbi < of the wed I. %  ll III h on: It, 0 Miami noacn Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. %  i The i. wi i by ;, in 'i %  10 I tudli Bui Flagler-Granada Jewish! 50 N.W. 51st Place. Monday through P a.m. Satui %  : ?£l day at i •• m M I followed by M n North Dade Jewish (Conservative), 13630 W. i Highway. North Miami. Satui nay mornltnj Temple Beth El iConser 630 Fern St.. Weil P alm Rabbi Manuel Grcensteia • %  p.m. D I Congregation i oung i"J thodox). 4001 Chase Are-i Beach. Rervlces F S day al I %  m Ml f'] ,1 bj Bl j to Th irsda A.| Y..IIHLI-:-.' I I .,:,. Invited i" •'"' %  J ^4 T'Ferelh Israel Congwp Miami (Orthodox). 4316 • Avenue. >i K,„,.,V evening servi .j Saturday a.m. A r area re bjvited.to i^, Cong. Rabbi Chain" Tradyon Nusach Ane both Rabbi Chanina Ben Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Al Bervieea daily • %  '".'"f Mlneha 4 P.BV, V evening servlcet u Eita Chaim Cong. Ii Tides Hotel. Miami Beac* H *s." 0r0WiU rrrst'^ewish Con^ Coral Gables. 1618 Pon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph 1* Rabbi I" K %  Friday I ri ,( Fl] Temple Emanu-Elo' .j erdal. and Holly wood, 1801 So. Andrews A Lauderdale. Dr. Man rabbi. ., %  ....,.-;' will |ir. Cong. Monticello i 163rd and 10th AD. Katz. i %  N w isLiW '3681 N. W. 2nd S^, tea Batui •'clock.



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y, IANUARY 26, 1951 'JewlstFhridicir PAGE 9 B Enrolled In Zionist Drive tandred and three memTbeen enrolled in the '. „ % %  .,/ trictdurks of its L revealed Burnett Roth l n 'r Srli itzman, chairman | „ of the drive for pliers. Inounc-i•mcnt was made at 1 paign meeting at ificc Thursday. Roth said, j k has been to refcUnquents on our memIrolls." tsible for the membership ar> division chairmen, Goodman and Joseph team captains are Judge |A. Frank, S. A. Goodman, kn Sinsburg, Harry J. Jiiel Lesowoder, Melvin fcn. Abraham Mason, Paul ionard H. Glasser, Fred hlurrny Goodman and £on Kronish, Workers in iaign are: Jack Burris, falianoff, Si Gcrson, Sam tin. Josi ph Mazo, Harry lb:. Z, I Sabshin, Sam ISam Friedman, Dr. M. J. Lou G. Lytton, I. M. lender, Charles 11:11. Benjamin | I Andre Goodman. George Levy, .ilk Gordon, I Samuel ng Lehrman, loff. \ i tident, ii : i i i I lay, :: I L :. Road, Room Dado Federal IOOIWIK Upton Following the annual meeting of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, hold at its offices, 45 N.E. 1st Avc., Wednesday, Joseph M. Lipton, president, announced the election of the association's officers and directors. Officers re-elected to their present posts were: Joseph M. Lipton, president: Rufus H. Daniel, vice president and secretary; Charles Beatty, vice president and treasurer; Leo Robinson, vice president; Albert C. Elkins, assistant secretary and cashier; William H. J. Saunders, assistant secretary; John R. Butcher, assistant secretary, and Dee Atwood, assistant cashier. Clifford to Announces jiiisj; E*la<*4 k K I of B'nai • Tuesday thi Sunshine ham Building l rich l B'rith C luncil B: Iding, ac! Levenson, \ has andithe next | P( rry, Phi! Si l I I mr Stein, ilax Feld. Mt. Sinai To Install Memorial Plaque Preparations are now being made for the installation of a large bronze plaque in the Memorial Room of Mount Sinai hospital. This plaque, to be known as the Charter Life Membership plaque, will contain the names of the first friends and contributors to the hospital. Leonard A. Wicn, chairman of the memorial committeeof the hospital, announced this week. "When we tirst appealed to this community for help in 1946, we promised that we would memorialize the very generous responses we received. We are now ready to fulfill that promise," Wien explained. Persons who would like their names to appear on this commemorative memorial must make the necessary arrangements before January 31, Wien said. "At that time," he continued, "we will organize all of the names and send them to the manufacturer to be cast in bronze as a constant reminder of our first supporters." The Charter Life Memebership plaque will occupy the position of honor in the Memorial room of I the hospital, which serves as an approach to the medical library, board of trustees' room and medical records room. Wien said. He said that the hospital would hold a dedication ceremony when the plaque is installed. ,8 or Killed likens TENNESSEE [.TRY & EGG CO. JLESALE & RETAIL 1A.M. THURS. A.M. JBS 9-2585 — 9-7981 |40 S.W. 8th St. Joseph M. Lipton X Hughes, formerly assistant retary and comptroller, was elected assistant secretary-treasurer and comptroller. New offici n officers elected were Milloid L Clements, assistant secretary and Leah G. Steinhauer, assistajlt cashii Re-elected to the board of diirs, following tin i xp ration Of their present terms v !., nard Barr. Samuel Lipton and G. A. Price. Other board men Joseph M Lipton. Rufus H. Daniel Charles Beatty, Leo in ,n, uer and Irwin M. •el. A; of I) 31, 1950, Dado Federal ; I reserves of $2.087.1 ing the past ye ir me the ii n in thi nal i [1 now hi v < l l to be .me of th( I %  I fan ilies of individual: savi In the em states. Its I lily of i and borrowers numbers more than 3.").000. Reth David Women To Hold Barbecue I', th David Si ti hood will ir a "bring-a-member baron Wednesday. February 7. at 12 noon at the home of Mrs. Isidore Castle, 2298 S.W. 27th Terr. The affair will be open to membe:-.-, who bring along new members, according to Mrs. Harry Laufer, membership chairman. A baby sitting service will be provided for mothers who wish to attend. WHY / YOUR BEST BUY Block from Time* Squore Wolking distance to everything worthwhile. PTA To Meet The PTA of the Israelite C nt< will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, January 29. at 8 p.m. in the center building at 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. [ITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE M B. 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PAGE 10 B *-j€Histntridi3,r FRIDAY, JANU ARY 26,1 Bigotry Declining In 17 Large Cities, Survey Reveals NEW VI 'RK J : I %  %  %  : 1 Seven cil I .. up%  •.-. Nine cities—Ch igo, SI L ..-. !' %  P li Iphia, Denver, C lis and Trentoi : t appoini • ; in int mony. In six cities—Des M rd, B ton. Pi IVTrentoi %  • public t tion and ent. Apte Unveiling The dedication of a monument % %  : away on I >• %  >: [950, will take place 28, at 2 p.in. -.with .. % %  • Shapiro officiating. ; by two sons, Jack ... a d %  Mrs. F threi sisters, Mrs. mm, Miami, Mrs. nd Mi a Dora Garithers, Harry St reit. Miami, ai .: %  %  I ent. Jonisi Unveiling The dedicati to th? memorv mon< <-f the la le Jonisi, formerly of 1369 S.jl 1st., will be htlrt Sunday J 28th. at 1:4.". .-,; tery with Rabbi s. M ach J ficiating. She is survived 3 suns. Alfred I M :mi of New York; om brother] Mayerowitz, ol Miami; taj ten, Mrs. Bh n Klein J ami and Mrs. Violet R !" Delano. Calif. A: i-r.gemeSl ;n chargeJ I Monument Comp • % %  .• F: ;( .j3 I relatives are M £M Ana latd Photo Shown planning ihc meeting to be addressed by Arnold Forster. national director of the Anti-Defamation League Civil rights Division, in the Miami Beach Jewish Center auditorium on Thursday, February 8, are: (seated, 1. to r.) Sam W. Shapiro. Florida State ADL chairman: Godfrey K. Newman, president. Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith; (standing. 1. to r.) Miarni Beach City Councilman Burnett Roth: end Gi'berl J. Balkin. Florida ADL directoi. The meeting, being held under the sponsorship of Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Florida Regional Anti-Defamation League Office. Jewish Units Call On U.S. To Ratify Genocide Pact N EW YORK. (JTA) — Jewis nizations — including An Je ;ttee. Ji H ish C< rign ss and Vnt -D mati n League %  — lasl the inti nat nal convent I i which is now effect : vern... 27 natioi Dr. Israel G the W V.\ A tification %  t that ne operative. Dr. that the conred in the live of int tion i protect %  Zeesman Unveiling Th> tion of a monument to the men the late Jennie nerly of 1900 N\V 33rd St.. will I e Sunday, January 2o at 2:30 p.m. in the '.'• lawn Park Murray %  ; :' ting Ml .. '/'. %  %  %  -. foui Mrs. Sam Blanche, of Miami Be '.: filbert Levy, of HiaMi S IUI Cantor and Mrs Rich..: I St artz, of Miami; als i .i s in. Benjamin, oi C i deli, <' %  i E %  [ome for the '• loi relativ Vangilder Unveiling Thi E a in inument td the memory of the late Louis take place un Sunday. January 2;;. at 2 30 p.m. at Mount Ni b i Cemetery with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mr. Vangilder passed away on ', 14. 1950, and is survived by his wife, Lois: a daughter. Mi Evelyn Kerner; and a son, Leonard Relatives and friends ked to be present. &f > &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f < &f VICTO 11 HOTEL % Air Conditioned &f IIIMXP KOOM &f WOW OPEN 4> FAMOUS for its STRICTLY KOSHER &f CUISINE + Ocean Drive at 12th St. Reservations I &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f -METROSmoked Fish Cori WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISHl • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SC01 Now Shipment off Herring§ and Greek Olives See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 937 Biscnyne Bidg 1? W. Flagler St. Strassburg Speaks • • for the J ': I • DOOM TO Mrs. Horn's llakerv 1171 S. W. 8th Street Serving You — With the finest line oi Pastry, Bread & Rolls Wedding & Birthday Cakes to Order Open All Day Sunday Call 3-1653 Get Down to 4 's the Time Td Buy Some MORE s 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY tgLWOOO*ANO SUBTERRANEAN 7e>fcv TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO FLORIDA'S LARGEST UTERMINAIING CO. ***** f Alka-Seltzcr AT ALL DRUG STORES Dial 58-5300 MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE tmu,. v Easj, f INTEREST ON SAVINGS Compounded Semi-Annually H Accounts Insured up to $10,000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK leco'd 1 Atirf, B'rirdeni A 46 W. Flagler St. JJ "^ Miami, Fla. 'e/T



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y, JANUA RY 26, 1951 Jcwisi) fhrkfori PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE ., .^H^KBTGIVBN that •f. ,)„ %  flctltlou; nams of ... en and Luncheonn nth Street, West ,J, i, .Intend to reftaterjjld V, i i. Cleric of the ClrouH I' >.,|. County, Florida. I( "HAWIJ SHATTER l-lli SHAFFER ,iy\l \\ REINGOLD as AND ROSEN fftor Plaintiff* -ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS '* NAME LAW ,-y is HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to engage in %  under Hit fictitious name of £.",H, AUTO DRIVING n A M' DRIVER CLINIC at Boulevard at 29th Street. fnorida Intends to register ,„;. „ ih the ClorK of the niirt of l>adc County, Florida. W l 11 '.ill i CARLSON r .g MM.'lt ft FLOYD, I f or xv .1 (Kill) Carson Bacayne nuiiding, Hoi Ida : I llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS T NAME LAW k: is HEREBY GIVEN that [ iing to engage In [ undt i "'•' fictitious name of %  HUMS I'ltlNTING & I'ERIZlXii at 720 Washington M m Bi a !i. Florida, lnill name with the i thl Circuit Court of Dade IFloi Ida CLARENCE AHRAMSON |Y WOOLF for Applicant oln Ri d [each, 1I %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AN1> FOR DADE NTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No! 26850. In It.-: ESTATE OF WILLIAM IRA KERRY, I ieceased. To AH Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: Toll, and each of you, are hereb] notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of.WILLIAM Ilt.\ KERRY, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F\ BLANTON, County Judge of Dads County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse lu Dade County, Florida, wlthm eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claim* or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will l,e bailed. l>ate January 22, A.D. 1951. JOSEPH I'A III xi. As Administrator of the Batata of WILLIAM IIIA HEititY, Deceased. J. F\ GORDON 914 Seybold Kulldlng Miami, Florida Attorney for Administrator 1/26 2/2-9-16 kCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that | Ing to engage In (under the fictitious name of |ATE 'ENTRE c o Palms s i '.•..•• Highway, South Florida, Intend with the Clerk i| I Mile County, -. \. FREEDMAN STANLEY RASKIN AMY FREEDMAN I.I.AYM: RASKIN I for M11 parties y!-9 |CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that \ Ing to engage in lunder the iietitious name of H, DISCOUNT COMPANY L) at 1151 N W. Sfith Street, I la, Intend oo regname with the clerk of the el. County, Florida. SIDNEY CRUISER l.||i:s si-ECTOR LI VNOFF ii \ llcant %  %  R id i f>TICE TO CREDITORS V JUDGE'S COURT M' FOR DADE COUNTY, IN 1'P.IJBATE, No. B8TATE OP IN SAM PAOAN, and All Persons Havn ands Against said r ] of you, are hereby I to present any I 1 I which you, or ina> have against the I 'ON SAM FAOAN, i id. County, Florida, %  I' BLANTON, County iini file the the ( ounty Courtinty, Florida, within E onths from the date I atioii hereof. Said ontaln the legal i' • and to be %  nted as aforesaid, haired. See Section Probate Act. \ l> 1951. • s HERSHBEIN, ii x of the Estate of i,,^.\ M FAOAN. I'. Hl.l.MW & KAPLAN Administratrix ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 13S01S. IN RE AIX>PTION OF" MINOR CHILD, SUSAN DALE WHEELER. T K EDWARD LEO WHEELER 251 Bommer Btreel Lynn. Massachusetts Y'ou will please take notice that a Petition has been filed for the Adoption of SUSAN DALE WHEELER and you are hereby directed to show cause why said Petition should not be granted by filing your Answer with the Clerk of this Court and by serving a copy of said Answer on Petitioner's attorney on the II daj of January, 1951. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Petitioner 1X0 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, F'lorida 1/26 2/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOI K a is HEREBY GIVEN thai 1 %  •' undersigned, desiring to engag. Tin bisuiess under the fictitious nSme of southern Merchandise al 135 18th street. Miami Beach, Florida, intend t.. register said name with the Clerk Florida '"'"" '''"""' "' "'"''' '' %  '""" %  DAVID ISRAEL IRVING WISCH GEORGE KATZ 1/19-26 2/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE iv J,,T' CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE ,.,-,'-•!, TV ~~ IN CHANCERY, No. R 9?hW TAL 'B. Plaintiff, vs. MAX I AI K. Defendant. TO: MAX TAUB, o st Prancla Hotel, 47th Street & Broadway, New Y'ork City, New York. You are required to serve a copv of your answer-to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19 day of February, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Kill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the 16 day of January, 1951. B. K. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 102a Beybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business miller the fictitious name of FAIRLAWN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY at No. iS2 Southwest |2nd Avenue, In the City of Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with th, of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MILTON KRF:iWALD. Sole Owner MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney at law 914 Olympia Kulldlng Miami, Florida. 1/12-19-26 2/2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The 20th Street Self Service Laundry and Dry Cleaning Agency at SOS N.W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN AARON PAUL, FOX 1/26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HF:RF:KY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MAYFAIR ACAHKMY F'OR LITTLE FOLK'S it MM Kay Harbor Terrace. Miami Reach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BARBARA MAYFAIR (sole owner) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 1/26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" TITF: F:LI:VF:NTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, NO. ir.949. MARIA J. J LAN DRY. Plaintiff, vs. ROGER LAN DRY. Defendant TO ROGER LANDRY, DEFENDANT: Y'ou anrequired to serve a copy of your Answr to the Kill of Complaint upon the plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG, ISO Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on iubefore February 16. 1961; otherwise, said Bin will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 16 day of January, A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of F'rasier's Trailer Coach Haven at S. Dixie Highway & Chapman Field, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN TltAlinl.il FRIEDA TRAliOLD Owners EDWARD H. LEVIN Attorney for Applicants 1717 Congress Bldg. 1/12-19-26 2/2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND mil DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 252X9 in Re: ESTATE OF Fl> IRA L. BROWN, Deceased To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Y'ou. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Flora L. Brown, deceased, late of Miami, Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F". Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the Probate Act. Date January 4. A.D. 1951. HELEN I. KRi IWN, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Flora L. Brown, Deceased. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 1/12-19-26 2/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THF1 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EI.KVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137812. MICHAEL, ANGF:I,ICO. Plaintiff, vs. MARY ANGELICO, Defendant. SUIT F'OR DIVORCE TO: MARY ANGELICO c/o MARY ABEDELAHAD 423 East 115th Street New York City. New Y'ork You MARY' ANGELICO, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, KEN ESSEN. ESQ., 823 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 fail to do SO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11 dav of Jan., A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, F"lorida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FTXJRIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137834. BKKNAKD FELDMAN, Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE FELDMAN, Defendant. Y'ou, KI<8!F: FELDMAN, 2101 75th 8treet, Brooklyn, New York, are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for divorce on plaintiff's attorney and file the original In the office of the Clerk of tins Court on or before F'ebruary 10, 1951. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. Dated January 11, 1951. E. B IJCATHERMAN. Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) By R. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF* THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. IJ7698 FLORENCE SCHWEITZER, Plaintiff, vs. HAROLD SCHWEITZER, Defendant. TO: HAROLD SCHWEITZER 2311 7 Street Tuscaloosa, Alabama YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys and file the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the Mil day of February, 1951, in the above entitled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATFID: this 5th day of January, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. DE COSTA S. MAER & F"LoYD Attorneys for Plaintiff 607-8 Blscayne Building Miami 32, Florida By: WALLACE N. MAER Of Counsel 1/12-19-26 2/2 BEN ESSEN, V.SQ., 823 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1/19-26 2/2-9 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. oo 0F PUBLICATION '.11!'TIT COURT OF THE '•Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. P!. [ru I'l.'lntiff. vs. [. %  .s SMITH Defendant. [ -MITH I •1.111.1 I e hereby ordered and rer\e ., copy ,,f your answer f omplalnl for Divorce, I". ;;'.''" ii s enclosed herewith, attorney, and file the Office of the Clerk of %  "" ourl ,,f Da.le County, in or before the Slat dav of 1 ji, otherwise the allega Bill will be take,, ai Florida, this 22hd day !;' %  B LEATHERMAN. %  '• "f the Circuit Court. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PALMS MOTEL at 6600 S. Dixie Highway, South Miami. Dade County. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL B. FREEDMAN STANLEY RASKIN AMY FREEDMAN KI.AYNE RASKIN GENET A.GENET Attorneys for all parties 1/19-26 2/2-9 B WM. W. RAND '%  Plaintiff 1 Building lorida ST' CKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND F-OR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No In Re: ESTATE OF ABRAHAM. N. GOODMAN, also known as ABRAHAM COOIMAN. ABE GOODMAN, and A N GOODMAN, Deceased To All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims or Demands Against Said Instate: Y'ou, and each of you, are hereto notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of ABRAHAM N GOODMAN. etc.. deceased, late of Miami BOBCD, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F\ Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, F'lorida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, said claims or demands to centals the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same win be bailed See Section IM of the 1913 Probate Act. ,„., D„,eJnuary n ...b. : A..V i ; ;; iAX ^:r>A H^ T c ; i.DMAN ;' al'o known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN, ABE GOODMAN, and A. N. GOODM \ N. 1'. eased. IRVING CYPEN, 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida Attorney for Administratrix 1/19-26 2/2-9 HAROLD SHAPIRO Plaintiff's Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Bench, Florida 1/19-26 2/2-9 II. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF F'J.oRIDA. IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 137S1.1. JOSEPHINE GRSKUVICH, Plaintiff. vs. JOSEPH CRSKOVICH, Defendant SUIT F'oR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH GRSKoVICH I2S West 13rd Street New York city. N. V Y'ou, JOSEPH c.RSKOVICH, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you. nnd you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. Ben lOssen, 823 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 F"eb., 1951. If you fall to do HO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each ue.k for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND 0RDF:RF:D at Miami, Fiorl.la, this 11 dav of Jan., A.D. 1951. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. BEN ESSEN 8U Be) bold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attornev for Plaintiff 1/19-26 2/2-9 STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sabal Palm Bendlx I-aundryette at S187 N. E 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C Un,y 'NHts r "LENA ROSENKAUM. Sole Owner 1/5-12-19-26 "UN & COMPANY 1^ PERSONAL I %  —J AND f PT'SBBI COMMERCIAL | ^^gfl COVERAGES I PHONE 9-3836 I IB N. C 2nd T. MIAMI sa. ri.*J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigns I. desiring to em business lllldel th* fictitious IKllCe Ol Concnnnon's Bar al H N W. Is) Street, intends to register said name WltB the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade i %  mtj. I'l'" Ida CIVIC BAR INC. \ Florida Corp owner MYERS. HEIM VN .V K WLAN for Applicant Beybold Bldg. J U-1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE: is HF;RF:KY' GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Frank's Liquor Bar at 2108 Red Road. MONTAGUE MAX VA.NTON, DeMlaml, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PRANK HAMPSEY. Sole Owner BERICK AND SHAPIRO Attorney for Applicant 426 Lincoln Rd. 1/5-12-19-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF3 IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RAYEMOOR at 218 N.E. ISnd Sir., t. Miami, F'lorida. intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F'lorida. RAYE TEITELBAUM Sole Owner ELRY STONE Attorney for Itaye Teltelbaum 1010 Congress Building Miami, FTa. 1/12-19-LM I 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OP THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 137700. JOSEPH OSHEROFF and ANNA OSHBROPF, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. SAM LEVIN and ACDREY I. LEVIN, also known as AUDREY LEVIN, his wife, Defendants. To: SAM LEVIN and AUDREY L. LEVIN, :;•; HARVARD UNIVERSITY CITY, MISSOURI. YOU are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Kill of Complaint leaving for Declaratory Decree and Other Relief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney and to file the original Answer in the Office of tho Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 12 day of February. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the BUI of Complaint heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this J day of January, 1951. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 iade C.iinty, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. w. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE KI.KVKXTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY, F'LORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1S7TM. ANITA It. ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs. LEON R08ENBERG, Defendant. TO I.ICON ROSENBERC. DEFENDANT: Y'ou are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG, 4<0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before February 8. 1951: otherwise, said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 8 day of January, A.D. 1951. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court S'eal) 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, IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 136282D. CHAIM SHEPSEL GRUSKY, Plaintiff, vs. TILLY GRUSKY, Defendant. •go: TILLY GRUSKY Ri sldence Unknown You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the BUI of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the :, day of February, AJ). IM1: othcrarlse, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by ) ou. Dated at Miami. F'loiida, this the 3 day of January. 1951. E B. LEATHERMAN, < 'I. vk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 %  pbi Id Bids;., Miami, F'la. 1/5-U-19-2G Name and Address of Plaintiffs' Solicitor: NORMAN R LYONS, 914 Olyjnpla Bldg. Miami, Florida. 1/12-19-26 2 -' STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of A.IAX OPTICAL MFG. CO. (Not In I at 5421-542.'! North West 2nd Avenue. Miami. F'lorida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY 8. STEIN BENJAMIN K STEIN JULIUS EDINSON ELRY STONE Attorney for AJAX OPTICAL MFG. CO. (Not Inc.) 1010 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida l 5-12-19-81 vs. Deare NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Hi" FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY'. — IN CHANCERY, No. SHIRLEY VANTON, Plaintiff, MONTAGUE MAX VANTON, fondant. SUIT F'OR DIVORCE TO: Montague Max Vanton 12031 Hoffman Street Studio city. California Y'ou Montague Max Vanton hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. add you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Ken Essen. Hsq.. SL'I s.ybold Bldg., Miami. F'lorida, and file the original Answer or Pleading: In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the I day of Feb., 1951. If yon fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall lie published once each wees foi f• %  • 11 consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, i i. this I da) of Jan A.D, 1981. B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) B] WM. w. BEN ESSEN Attorn,•>• for Plaintiff .-.bold Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 1/5-12-19-26 STi iCKINC. Deputy Clerk.



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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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January 26, 1951

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
FME 24NUMBER 4
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
tntin Reynolds, Helen Douglas
ipark CJA Functions This Week
ntin Reynolds, newspaper-
|author and lecturer, and
Gahagan Douglas, for three
( C'ongresswoman from
tnia and noted actress, will
juo the Combined Jewish
II during the next week.
Douglas, who was named
martest women in the
.uil be principal speaker
li nor Luncheon of the
-ift unit on Monday,
.- 29, at 12 noon at the
ianca Hotel. Prior to her
rfn, to Melvyn Douglas, she
Fadrntf roles in a large num-
L( |',,.adway successes, m-
Ig -Mary, Queen of Scot-
The Cat and the Fiddle,"
lavid Belasco's last produc-
pTonight or Never." As a
tsswoman, she has been
In. nt in sponsorship of social
lt;.in and worked actively
fhalf'of the Marshall Plan
bther measures designed to
fethen democracy both at
and abroad.
khairmen of the luncheon
? Stanley C. Myers, Mrs.
Lefcourt and Mrs. Alex
Si rving on their commit-
re the Mesdames Max Berg-
Leo Chaikin, Max Dreyer,
I Falk, Emma Friend, Ethel
Itein, David M. Gordon,
fa Kalstein, Leon Kaplan,
Koretzky, Philip Lef-
Oscar Lelchuk, Max
Alex Robbins, Oscar
fell. Milton Sirkin, Bernard
Ing, Carl Susskind, Max
lartz and Joseph Williamson.
1-iH'lds. a tdp ranking foreign
|sp :ident, will be chief
i at the special gifts dinner
held at Westview Country
on Tuesday, January 30, at
i m. Born in New York City,
lolds was educated in New
public schools, Brown Uni-
ty iind Brooklyn Law School.
bunk. "Leave It to the
lie.'" presents in panoramic
Ion the faith of people in
Icracy. The portion devoted
fad describes the days before
j after May 5, 1948.
Irbcrt E. Scher is chairman of
kffair.
o cjn the campaign agenda
press-radio luncheon to be
at the Shelborne Hotel on
y. January 26, at 12 noon.
oseph R. Narot will address
representatives of the local
stations and newspapers.
mbers of the hotel unit
led $42,500 at a dinner at the
.blanca Hotel last Thursday
t after hearing an appeal by
H,m. James G. McDonald,
ier U, S. Ambassador to Is-
Julius Gaines of the Casa-
ica Hotel was host to the
'P-
dues of $9,400 were made at
mien's gift unit tea Tuesday
noon at the home of Mrs. A.
ine. Principal speaker was
Chase, star of stage, screen
radio. Mrs. Sam Simonnoff,
Helen Gahagan Douglas
Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Jacob
Sher were chairmen of the affair.
Members of the speaker's bu-
reau attended a class Tuesday
night at Federation office. Mrs.
Rosa Felt instructed members in
methods of bringing home the
story of the campaign and its
participating agencies to the com-
munity at large.
Harold Shapiro, chairman of
the bureau sent a letter to all
Jewish organizations urging them
to use bureau speakers at their
meetings. He also issued an appeal
for more volunteers, especially
lawyers, and announced that a
speakers' manual is being com-
piled. __
Israel Maps
Jewish Claims
Against Germany
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Israel en-
voys to Washington, London and
Paris this week delivered identi-
cal notes to the American, British
and French governments outlin-
ing the Jewish people's claims on
Germany for the murder and
spoliation of six million Jews in
Nazi-dominated Europe. A similar
note was handed to the Soviet
charge d'affaires here. The com-
munication made the following
five points:
1. Six years after the surrender
of Germany Allied decrees are
largely unfulfilled requests. The
powers of the Allies under the
occupation statutes should be re-
tained by the four powers.
2. Israel, which has accepted
the largest number of Jewish im-
migrants, is especially interested
in the satisfaction of their claims
and supports their claims for com-
pensation for physical injury sus-
tained in Germany prior to and
during the war.
3. The Israel government re-
quests that the occupying powers
utilize legal machinery to ensure
speedy and effective settlement of
these claims. It suggests that a
special law be enacted to cover
all the German states where
claims cannot presently be pro-
cessed because of arbitrary re-
strictions concerning dates and
residence requirements. The gen-
eral law should prevent a victim's
claim being invalidated because
the claimant left the place of the
crime after a certain date and now
resides outside Germany._______
Israel Note To U. S. Outlines Claims
Against Germany For Indemnification
Truman Plans To
FEPC As America
WASHINGTON (AJP) Cli-
maxing six months of intensive
behind the scenes conferences
with leading American statesmen,
labor leaders, and representatives
of national Jewish and other
minority groups, President Tru-
man plans to establish a war-time
Fair Employment Practices Com-
mission intended to thwart bias
as America gears for all-out de-
fense.
A draft for such an order, the
American Jewish Press learned
this week, is making the rounds
at Capitol Hill and has the ap-
proval of leading statesmen.
Modeled after the World War II
emergency measure created by
the late Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Truman's emergency FEPC ruling
will be stronger than FDR's 1941
Executive Order 8802.
According to information avail-
able here, the new FEPC may be
placed under the governments
top-ranking manpower agency
and directed by Charles E. Wil-
son, one-time chairman of the
President's Civil Rights Commit-
tee, and author of "To Secure
These Rights."
A tip-off to the President s con-
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[ami Is First City To Work Out Budget
rmula For UJA Participation In Appeal
Miami is the first city in the country to establish a pre-
Impaign budget formula-for United Jewish Appeal participation
1 the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced this
eek.
The formula came about as a result of a series of meetings
Jtween the Miami campaign leaders and representatives oi
I CJA. UJA top brass who participated in the meetings
-eluded Henry Montor, Moritz M. Gottlieb, Ellis Radinsky,
loses A. Leavitt and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz.
According to the formula, the UJA will receive 57.8 percent
the first million dollars after $215,300. covering dues, Ureater
ami Jewish Federation administration and campaign expenses
pd shrinkage and collection losses, is taken out. Local, national
Bd overseas agencies will receive 42.2 percent of the lirsi
Hion distributed. The next $87,500 will go to local, nationa
id overseas agencies, and the balance of the campaign goal
! $1,470,570 will be divided in the same ratio as the first million
Istributed.
Set Up War-Time
Gears For Defense
I template d action came in his an-
nual budget message to the 82nd
Congress. He told the representa-
tives that "even less than in other
times can we now afford to dis-
criminate in employment against
the millions of workers in our
labor force who are members of
minority groups."
Here is the background on the
proposed emergency FEPCand
the possible opposition it faces
! from anti-fair employment South-
ern Democrates.
Shortly after the start of the
war in Korea last June, leaders
of minority groups, aided by labor
leaders, converged on Washington
to urge the enactment of an
emergency FEPC ruling similar,
but stronger in its enforcement
provisions, to a measure instituted
by the late President Roosevelt.
Participating in numerous con-
ferences and visits to leading
Washington statesmen were rep-
resentatives of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil, coordinating body for a num-
ber of leading Jewish national
organizations.
The discussions, reportedly held
with Mobilization Director Wilson
and W. Stuart Symington, chair-
man of the National Securities
Resources Board, reached the
paper stage several weeks ago.
The actual order creating the war-
time FEPC is presently in the
drafting stage. President Truman,
aware that a Congress loaded
with Southern Democrats and
other opponents of legislation bar-
ring discrimination in employ-
ment is unlikely to take seriously
his oft-repeated proposals for the
establishment of a permanent
FEPC, is reported likely to sign
the emergency measure in the
near future, possibly the next
several weeks or sooner.
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Am- ,
bassador Abba Eban of Israel this |
week presented to Secretary of
State Dean Acheson a note out-
lining the claims of the Israel
government against Germany for
restitution of Jewish property
and indemnification of Nazi vic-
tims now in the Jewish state.
The note points out that while
certain laws for restitution and
indemnification were enacted by
the occupation authorities in Ger-
many, the provisions remain
largely unfulfilled. "The claim-
ants are now seriously disturbed
lest such prospects as exist of
having their claims met would
| be nullified by the steps being
contemplated by the occupying
powers to divest themselves of
control of the affairs of the Fed-
eral German Republic," the note
says. "It is imperative that the
Federal German authorities ac-
cept financial liability under the
existing legislation, jointly and
severally with the laender."
"A unified general claims law
is required for the whole of Ger-
many, modeled on the law en-
forced in the U.S. zone, but dis-
pensing with the arbitrary re-
striction on the claims of dis-
placed persons based on qualify-
ing dates for sojourn in Ger-
many," the note recommends.
Existing rigid exchange regula-
tions, it is further pointed out,
debar claimants outside Germany
from obtaining any material ad-
vantages from their claims of
property, the benefit whereof thus
continues to accrue to the German
economy.
"The general currency restric-
tions are meant to apply to Ger-
man inhabitants or foreign in-
vestors who wish to transfer funds
in the normal course, and there
can be no justification for apply-
ing them to those Jews who es-
caped or survived the Nazi regime
and now desire to utilize the pro-
ceeds of their assets and claims
to make possible their rehabilita-
tion elsewhere," the Israel gov-
ernment emphasized.
"Those Jewish losses for which
Germany must be held account-
able, and which do not fall within
the scope of the laws providing
restitution and indemnification,
' can only be made good on a col-
lective basis, by the satisfaction
of reparations claims on behalf
of Israel and the Jewish people,'
the note said. In respect of such
claims, as well as in regard to
the historic indemnity which
Germany owes to the Jewish
people for the wholesale destruc-
tion of European Jewry, the gov-
ernment of Israel makes an ex-
press reservation, which will form
the subject of a separate note."
"Atonement by the German
government and people for the
injury inflicted upon the Jewish
people is a necessary prelude to
any political and moral rehabili-
tation of Germany in the eyes of
the civilized world. The govern-
ment of Israel cannot reconcile
itself to the enjoyment by Ger-
many of the fruit of its rapine
and murder while the victims of
an unholy German regime are
denied all comfort and redress,"
the note declares.
1. S. Urged To
Assist Israel
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
The double-barreled assault to
obtain a United States grant in
aid for Israel was unleashed here
late this week in a call from the
American Zionist Council, the all-
powerful coordinating body for
America's Zionist organizations,
to units throughout the nation to
be alerted for a drive to gain sup-
port in Congress for the im-
portant move.
The alert release reviews the
j numerous discussions by Ameri-
ican Zionist Council uring an
American grant in aid to Israel.
iThe Council on numerous occa-
sions, in supporting the need for
| such a grant, pointed out Israel's
i strategic importance as a bastion
of democracy in the Middle East.
Contained in the Council's re-
lease are the names of dozens of
national and local units of Jewish
organizations, Zionist and non-
Zionist, who are on record as
favoring an American grant to
Israel.
A spokesman for the Council
told the American Jewish Press
that the group supported a gen-
eral plan for congressional action
in favor of a grant, but that no
specific bill had been singled out
as yet for specific backing in the
all-out campaign.
Congressman Dingoll, of Michi-
gan, has introduced a bill in con-
gress which would afford Israel
a $500,000,000 grant in aid as well
as place the young republic under
the provisions of the ECA pro-
gram.
1:1.41041 Civil Defense Volunteers
To Be Classified By Weekend
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Havana Sets Campaign
Goal At $250,000
HAVANA, (JTA)A $250,000
United Israel Campaign for 1951
was proclaimed here at a huge
mass meeting. The meeting was
addressed by prominent speakers.
Classification of 13.000 appli-
cants for voluntary work in the
Dade County Defense Council will
be completed this week, H. H.
Hyman, deputy director in charge
of operations, reported.
Most of the applications were
filed as the result of a mass en-
rollment staged by the defense
council in the public and paro-
chial schools last December.
Hyman said he was disappointed
in the lack of response by busi-
ness organizations to a request
that they appoint their own de-
fense chairmen and enroll em-
ployes. .
"My office," Hyman said, sent
out 401 letters to firms employ-
ing 15 or more persons and with
jthe letters went some 20,000 ap-
1 plication blanks. I have received
74 replies and of the 20,000 blanks,
less than 1 per cent have been
filled out and returned.
"Something must be done to
wake up these businessmen and
make them realize that there is
a war going on. I sincerely hope
that they will join us immediate-
ly in this vital project."
He requested that volunteer
workers who have not previously
signed up go to the police and
fire stations throughout the
county and fill out the blanks.
They will be picked up at in-
tervals.
In the meantime J. Newton
Lummus, Jr., in charge of pub-
lic information and education, has
started classes in the courthouse
for volunteers who will be avail-
able for speaking engagements.
More than 100 men and women
I attended the first letcure class in
| Judge Ben C. Willard's courtroom.
iThe lectures will continue every
Thursday night through Feb. 15.
Circumcisions Must Be
Performed By Jews,
Boston Rabbis Declare
BOSTON, (JTA)Rabbis in
the Boston area will attend cir-
, cumcision ceremonies only if a
["mohel" or a Jewish physician
i pei forms the operation, it was
'announced here by Rabbi Joseph
S. Shubow, president of the
Greater Boston Rabbinical As-
sociation. The announcement said
that only "under the most ex-
ceptional circumstances" may
members of the Rabbinical As-
sociation recite the ritual when
the surgeon performing the cir-
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innual dedication of a month to Jewish music
|s'up the oft repeated query: What is Jewish
Of course, people are accustomed to hear
the great Jewish contribution to world music.
names of musicians born of Jewish parents,
r artists, composers, conductors, singers,
pianists, or musicologists, are enough to
f in- sized book. But are symphonies, operas,
Irtos, oratorios, quartets, or songs, created by
bians "f Jewish descent necessarily Jewish in
Racial Theory.
icial or national influence upon music has
argued for a century. The outstanding pro-
Ijst for this theor? is the German. Richard Wag-
Iri his vicious anti-Semitic pamphlet, Das Peden-
,;, r Musick, he castigates all Jewish artists,
jjnj, or interpreting German music. He general-
Ihat Jews, being a separate race with a different
oi values and experiences, can have nothing in
linn with the Teutonic spirit. Consequently they
biable to understand, express, or interpret the
\ ml. The logical outcome of Wagner's mali-
I assumptions led to the destruction of Felix
n hn's monument in Dusseldorf, to the burn-
er nt books by Goebbels, to the extermination
\w ish musicians in the incinerators, to forbidding
rinting and performing of any work by a Jewish
\l ii rnational Vieio.
ihe other hand, more objective critics scoff at
fcotion of anything racial or nationalistic about
V Of all arts, music is the most international
I speaks to the human heart, regardless of its
lie strain. These appraisers point to certain fash-
schools, styles, or modes in the arts, peculiar to
|, r to the land. Thus Mendelssohn composed
k German classic style; Rubenstein belongs to
Russian conservatives; Dukas expresses the mod-
|French spirit; Irving Berlin interprets America
Evolution of Jewish Music
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
of the jazz age. Students of music say they are unable
to detect anything specifically Jewish about Men-
delssohn's Elijah, Meyerbeer's Huguenots, Gustav
Mahler's symphonies, or Gershwin's Porgy and Bess.
Songs of Zion.
Notwithstanding, there is a Jewish motif or genre.
It must have informed the mass singing of the Levites
in the Temple. The Psalms list a variety of instru-
ments. In the course of centuries a large repertoire
must have accumulated in the ceremonials of the
Temple. But nothing of ancient Jewish music has
survived, unless it be in the Gregorian chants of the
Roman Church, as is often claimed.
The Cantors.
After the destruction of Jerusalem, the Synagogue
service for Sabbath and holiday gradually took its
present form. Here the cantor is the exclusive offi-
ciant. No one has yet explained how the public
reader of prayers came to the title of Chazan, which
in the opening line of Isaiah suggests the man of
visions, the prophet. Dry reading gradually gave way
to chanting. Here the authentic Jewish melody
crystallized and the peculiar, highly characteristic
ad lib recitative of the Chazan arose.
Their Creativity.
The cantors seem to be the original creators of
genuine Jewish music. But on what basic founda-
tion did they build? We would like to believe that
they drew inspiration from the ancient Temple
service. But this hypothesis seems unlikely. In the
first place, most of the liturgy of the Machzor
(prayer book of the High Holidays) was written
after the fall of Jerusalem. Secondly, if melodies of
the Synagogue stem from the Temple ceremonial
then all Jewries would have inherited and preserved
this original treasure of sacred song. When I at-
tended Yom Kippur services in the Portuguese
Synagogue of Amsterdam, I was unable to detect a
single phrase in the Sephardic Kol Nidre that even
remotely resembles our version.
The Source Material.
Synagogue music arose in the same manner as
any other art begins. The cantor might hear a folk
song, a troubadour's ballade, the Muezzin chant
calling the faithful to the Mosque, a choir in unison
with the worshippers in the parish church. Remem-
ber, the old cities were quite small, and Jews lived
in close proximity to church or mosque. Such an air
would appeal to the cantor. He would then fit the
melody to the Hebrew lines of some prayer. The
congregation learned the "new composition" of their
Chazan and passed it along to the next generation. A
visiting stranger might carry the appealing tune to
other localities. In course of time, the original major
theme could be transformed beyond recognition into
the minor key. It then became Jewish in spirit, in
mood, in rhythm.
Possible Denial.
The hostile critic might pounce upon this genesis
of Synagogal liturgic song as evidence of the non-
existence of any authentic Jewish music. This recalls
the efforts of German higher criticism to deny or
minimize the Jewish authorship of the Bible. Ac-
cording to these savants of "higher anti-Semitism."
to use Schechter's expression, the Jews obtained.the
idea of the Sabbath from the Babylonian Shabbatu.
The implication being that Jews never created any-
thing, not even their own day of rest.
Transformation.
But the Babylonian Shabbatu seems merely the
day of abstention from labor. In the Torah. it be-
comes the rest day of the Deity himself, after the
labor of creation. In Jewish hands, the Sabbath was
founded into a day of holiness, of prayer, of soul
communion with the eternal spirit.
In the same manner, the simple folk songs were
transformed by the cantors. The once popular tunes,
the archaic melodic themes of long ago, stamped with
the Jewish spirit, were metamorphosized into Kol
Nidre, Borchu, Alenu, and Kaddish of the awesome
New Year and Yom Kippur service.
tmes Appointed
Irchasing Director
Mount Sinai
kmuel Gertner, executive di-
of Mount Sinai hospital,
ly announced the appointment
Seymour Crames as director
* of purchasing for
the hospital. He
i said that Crames
vvould assume his
I duties immedi-
j ately.
Crames is ori-
ginally from
I Paterson, N. J.,
| where he was as-
j distant admini-
j trator of Barnett
I Memorial hospi-
tal for six years,
'in Barnett, a
Ciinies hospital of 150
beds, he directed
i :. maintenance, house-
mbulance and various
vices of the hospital,
his first step in reorganizing
basing department at
anl Sinai hospital. Crames has
Sgurated a complete perpetual
! and set up a coding
I He is making a study of
ital consumption now to de-
long range buying plans
|M uint Sinai.
"ii his experience, and his
: other hospitals, Crames
I Mount Sinai was as well
Ppp< equipped than 75 percent
h ispitals in the country.
re rooms at Mount Sinai
well kept and adequate, which
mdition not found in many
y lay. This hospital has
>gnized and provided for its
Ids in a manner that is amaz-
>r so young an institution,"
[' mented.
His new post, Crames will
Idle all of, the medical, surgical,
(rmaceutical and administra-
pu -chasing in the hospital,
finer said.
Sunday School Teachers' Seminar |
To Feature Education Symposium
Second session of the seminar | tured speakers include Joseph I
for Sunday school teachers will Ha" -nerintendent m charge of
feature a symposium on "What
Kind of Jewish Education Can
the One-Day School Give?" with
Sydney Greenberg, educational
director of Temple Beth Sholom;
Jerome Gordon, educational di-
rector of Beth David Congrega-
tion; and Rabbi Simon April of
Hall, superintendent in charge of
instruction, and Miss Alice Mac-
Vicar, assistant director of sec-
ondary schools, of the Dade Coun-
ty Board of Public Instruction;
and Mrs. Malvina" Weiss Leib-
man, principal of the South Beach
Elementary School.
With the close of the Institute
s^r;s:r^ 1^1^,-=;,'^
gregation, as speakers. Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will act as moderator.
the Bureau cf Jewish Education
for the adult Jewish community
of Miami, 75 certificates of com-
pletion are being mailed to stu-
YIYO
(Yiddish Scientific Institute)
Anniversary Banquet
Given by the Greater Miami Yivo Committee
Sunday, February 4th, 1951, at 6:30 P. M.
at Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave., M. B.
MARK IVII1.IU
National Secretary of Yivo, Speaker
For Reservations Call 58-6400
i tF w \a I dents for successful completion
The seminar wil tjof courses in Hebrew, Yiddish,
Jewish history. Talmud and Mid-
rash, and Giants in Jewish Lit-
Congregation Beth El on Tues-
day, January 30, at 8 p. m. Fol-
lowing the symposium, a work-
shop on "Music in the Classroom"
will be held, with Mrs. Miriam
Donerstag in charge of the jun-
ior classes and Robert Strass-
burg, of the Jewish Centers As-
sociation, handling the senior di-
vision.
Four further sessions will be
held on successive Tuesdays, at
Temple Israel, Temple Beth Sho
erature.
Plans for next year in adult
education call for a College of
Jewish Studies, offering accred- I
ited courses, for full school terms, i
Puchkoffs To Be Hosts
Mr. and Mrs. Pincus Puchkoff
will be hosts to members of the
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lorn, Miami Hebrew School and j Chamisha Asar Bisheyat cele-
Congregation, and concluding bration at their home 1130 b.w.
with demonstration classes at the!9th St.. on Sunday, January ZK,
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TODAY, JANUARY
26,
.t Hood Example
EDITORIAL
The extent to which prominent Jews in
are ready to make personal sacrii [or the suc-
cess of the 1951 UJA drive was again illusl
this week with the appointment of Mi(
Nisselson as assistant executive vice chain
of the United Jewish Appeal.
President of the Amalgamated Bank of
York since 1945, Mr. Nisselson did net he
to give up his post when the call came foi his
talents in the task of enlisting and deve.
community and national leadership on behalf
of the United Jewish Appeal. His task is not an
easy one. But his public and business rec:
such as to make it a foregone conclusioi
will bring it to successful fruiti
As the 1951 United Jewish Appeal camp
gets under full swing, it become-
clear that the Jewish community in America will
have to muster all its
energy if the S203.000.000 goal is to be
Our country is going I
stress and strain and
deflect =cme cf out
. j overcc
.
~ed, so to sp.
power for a task v.
The key to the success nf the UJA
sacrifice, sacrifice
Nisselsc
Our local Combined Jewish Appe
the pattern for the rest of the communities is off
to a good start. Giving shows an increase in the
larger donor aroups that indicate our top g
understand the need for increased giving for local,
national and overseas needs.
That sacrifice of time, effort and increased giv-
ing all the down the line will have to be made if
we are to be successful.
. n
i u [ I S / J
Xol Those Hands
Though "only too pleased" to establish
contact with Israel, the German governm "
it cannot take the initiative and must
Israel to extend her hand, the New York J
reported last week. If that was Bonn's r<
Israel's demands on the Biq Powers
reqa
WE NEED YOU
AHE Birthday
A major address on thp night cf February 8
by Arnold Forster, national civil rights director
of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, will
commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Florida
Regional ADL office here.
Until January 1941 an active ADL lay committee
of Bjiai B'rith carried on a vigorous and highly
ng and counteractive program.
:>n of considerable Nazi propa-
ganda and the rise of Nazi organizations in this
area, it was decided to establish a professionally
directed ADL office. And so the ADL office came
into being in January 1941.
Since its establishment, the regional office has
fought zealously to eliminate bigotry and advance
democratic relations in the area. Through its
untiring efforts, Miami Beach enacted the historic
Anti-Discriminatory Advertising Ordinance pre-
venting hotels and apartments from using dis-
criminatory advertising. It was instrumental in the
^passage by the state legislature of a law prohibit-
Jewish restitution claims aqainst Germany it
only another demonstration of that far ]
Teutonic character for which the world
paying in blood, sweat andjears.
Here is the government of a people that i
condemned for the most horrible atrocities inl
world, for the wanton and cold-blooded rnti
of six million Jews, and it has the gall to I
world that it will stretch out its hand to
only if Israel makes the first move in ft
rection. Such an attitude challenges descrit
in words, for it evidences a deformity and m of spirit for which there is no cure. Only]
depraved can imagine such a perversion.
Germany's crimes against the Jewish
will forever be inscribed in the history of cirir.
legy. Neither we nor the decent portion o! man
will ever forget German depravity. The bloodl
our people will forever stain German ha
Neither Israel nor the Jews in the resi of the wal
can imagine ever holding the hand that broo
death to the six million.
ing the dissemination of anonymous hate liti
lure. Its continued exposure of the Ku KluxI
has resulted in the adoption by 14 communS
of mcdel anti-mask and anti-cross buring
nances. It has set up a long range educa
program for building better human relations whi
is daily implemented by hundreds of scha
churches, radio stations and numerous orga
tions throughout the state.
For ten years the ADL has devoted itself to I
preservation of American unity. With the
:inued devotion and dedication of both
sional and lay ADL leadership in this"
the next decade should see an even grs
expansion of democratic opportunity and free
from bias.
Center Sisterhood
To Sponsor Play
The Sisterhood of th< : *
Beach Jewish Cent
a ring style production of the
three-act comedy by J .hn V
Druten, "Thi /bice
on Wednesday, January 31, at 8:30
p.m. in the center pat
c- Wal :' p si lent, has an-
nounced.
Judith B in -W >f Sun
lucti :. ting t
Olive. Mrs. W
her training
i{j?,atre
PI Spitalny's all girl
a member of the Pasadena
rlayn ise. played in summei
stock in I
founder and dired Hud-
son Valley Playei -.
*P| '' starring role
of Sally Middlel n n
who was with Kittv Davis Play-
house last ye
Tickets may be- obtained bv
calling the center office at 58-2503.
Published every Friday nce 1927
?,!he.Je*'h Ploridian at 120 NE
Sixth .treet. Miami 18. Florida En-'
the Jewish Un'?ridlan-has ab,orb SMTP-851* AiiW
?"">n'' Editorial Association. Amerf'
cn Association of English. JewT.h
Newspapers. Florida Pre., At.oei.Won
Floridian' does nr*
' "' 'th the ml?-
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year .,
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Richard Tucker
To Sing Here
Ricl rd Tu kei Metro] '
ir. will c to his
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Sunday, V- 25, at 8 p
appearance here will be under
' ispic f the
demy.
'' 'n New Y : ty, Tucker
:
Ni
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' Ji wish
At the age of l;
peiied to give up singing b.
change in voi e 11
w n imed n
that timi
! prominence in
music. His last off:
with the Brooklyi

While with the Brooklyn Jew-
ish Center, Richard Tuck.
invited to audition at tl .:
politan Opera That auditi m was
notably successful :
mediately enf -, short,
th e.rea'tcr !
claimed debut in the leadin,
of Ponchiellfs "La Gioc
Now one of the leading t,
ra, Tucker
has appeared in many
operas of the Italian and of the
French repert
Mt. Sinai to Open Department of Physical
Medicine, Rehabilitation In 6 Weeks
and : i
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Can accordiw
announcement by Siegfried
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*' tudied voice*the Rov* u*y ^an
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Young: Israel Leader]
Visiting In Miami
Allen Roberts, national dir
of the Keren Eretz Israel Rt
of the National C i in il ,>f Yoa
Israel, has arrived ;n Miami I
direct a special fund-raisinf a
paign on behalf of the fundi
cording to an announcement!
Louis Fox. president if the'
unit.
The national council will
tablish Young Israel centersi
Israel upon appeals for !
branches by Rabbi Isaac Hi-
ll, nog, chief rabbi of Israel.*
other Israeli dignitaries. The fa
center will be built in Tel A"
and will have class md read
rooms, a synagogue a libn
dormitories and a swimming|
"Thousands of young men
women, many of them recent!
rivals from Iraq. Yemen Xjfl
Africa and Europe, all of tM
knowing no way of life other tlj
that of Traditional Judaism M|
no place in the Hol\ Land *
find the cultural*
ional facilities which
mititT
FRED K. SHOCHET"
__Editor and Publisher
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-11412-8212
Volume 24 Number 4
FRIDAY. JANUARY 26 lSll
SHEVAT 19, 5711
Proceeds To <.,,
To Polio I nil
Mr. & Mrs Club of the Hollv-
: Jewish.
' ,f n" ">"
LoS
,\ ^narnow, chairman of the af
fair^^ Assisting Charnow w il
"ngernents are Mr. and Mrs Le.i
J Herman, Mr. and Mis R j
Goldman Mr. and .M^Sa^S
FlneFM?s rne-M-SAbraham
PohrF^Son0t"th^at,ona
Focal point a;
town, to,
il on th,
on over 300
ive concerts in
utic instru- Academy of Music In T^.7 *"*** l recreational facilities '
n-nd- .nMi,, I'''nd"n un"; need." Roberts said. The ce.
ii.! ..?land Mar? will be equipped to provide
services."
Among the luminaries on
Keren Eretz Israel sponson
committee are Edward R- ,'v-i
first assistant to the district J
torney of Brooklyn: Sim'"1"
kind, former federal judge '
adviser on Jewish Affairs to'
eral Lucius Clay in Germ]
Franklin D. Roowvelt, Jr..>
greaaman Jacob K Javits. ir"
Bunim. Jack Hanunes, Amer
Viscose Corporation. Mayor >
cent R. Impelleten. New 1
City and manv oth
Morris Lifschitz. .. toutii'-
u
mail Ul 111L" IVClcn *"' Vm
Fund. 3 West 16th St., New n
City.
-Iks To Stage
-Show Smilla v
to thi
for wh
will be imn
Plans for the I
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bv th, M, V, '"' sponsored
at ti Mami Beach Kks Lodge
aths ;, s ,m ,r"-, H-',h Auditortam
January 28. ,
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8:30
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Leon
,:'."-n'1 a hosl ,,f others.
Young Israel'is the national*
man of the Keren Eretz
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An
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Ave.,
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Meeting Will Feature
Gay Nineties Theme
A Gay Nineties them* *^
featured at the second ot>%
of social meetings bcin_ "ero-H
the Flagler-Granada Jewish- J
munity Center at the_,lf *\
building. 50 N. W. 51st PI* -jj
Thursday, February '
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LY, IANUARY 26, 1951
e Federal To Mark Opening
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''Jew 1st) FhrkHnri
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and
i, ,i savings and Loan
I will celebrate the
1 rig of its new. perma-
i, office building
Hins Avenue, corner
i St.. on Monditv.
29, Chase Federal's ofL
directors extend an
the public to visit
n's new North Beach
i any time between 10
P, M Light refresh-
i : vi (1 from 7 to
/, s will be award-
t. nding through-
fe deposit boxes
ing tor customers
rig Avenue side of
Company; C a t c h i n g s Then el.
Copeland. Then-el & Baisden, at-
torneys; Jerome A. Turrel, re-
tired executive of the F. W. Wool-
worth Co.; F. Lowry Wall, pres-
ident, Miami Beach First National
Bank; Walter B. Wilson, real
estate; and I. Lloyd Fancy, of
Farrey's, Inc.
During its nearly 17 years of
service to the people i I Miami
Beach and Greater Miami. Chase
Federal Savings has grown con-
stantly in financial strength and
public esteem, and today its re-
sources exceed 17 and one-half
million dollars. Its undivided
profits and reserves of mure than
1.5 million dollars make ('
''I der*}a ncw, ;Federal Savings one of the gtrong-
ice also offers all I __, _j *.__.
Fi deral services
I

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(
I
d savings ac-
est savings and home financing
institutions in the country on a
. i comparative' basis. Surplus and
monthly payment [Wienwi now ,.qual 10>5 pci. conl
lege. Vacation and | of savjm,s am,unts or 1L4 ^
I cent of mortgage loans outstand-
ing. Chase Federal has made a
total of nearly 30 million dollars
in mortgage loans during its his-
tory with only three foreclosures.
I
orders, American
velers' checks and
B inds. Savings ac-
! Federal arc now
HDD tor each indi-
;n.000 for any two
. having an individ-
nd a joint account
nis opened or add-
tore February 10
I. ven months divi-
n 1951
sign and appear-
Fi deral's Main Of-
|- I. Mn.ln Road, the
;; ich office at 7474
is of fire proof.
n truction, featur-
i rra cotta and tcr-
The building was
. Bradford Builders
AIA. is the
Ncw North Beach home of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association.
1
P
I
1
' president of
S vings, has been
iffairs in Miami
irs He is a past
e city's Chamber
'n! its Rotary Club.
member of the
City Council from
i has been a mem-
nl of Commerce
. nors continuously
also a director
Beach First National
I n to Clements, direc-
C W. Chase, Jr.. real-
si r; August Qeiger,
r Properties, Inc.;
I A Petl rson, Copeland.
I a, attorneys;
I, Standard Realtj
h* la Javob I nil
ih Hold Social
r i of Beth Jacob Con-
i 11 ;-. ild a membership
Inesday, January 31.
, at David Whitman
m will include a skit.
I "The Cure." a humorous
I :l>ing the healing
. terhood activity. Par-
J vill be the Mesdames
P Phillip Pores and
I nfield.
iln Mi i Mescheloff will of-
I votional. Past presi-
i "f the last dozen years will
i I. Mrs. Benjamin Lon-
I who served as president for
I Mrs. Jack Hirsch. who
year tenure, and the
Moses Krieger, Louis
ttvsky and William Kline, one
each, will be the honoreesj
Alfred Lesser will preside.
p es of the afternoon will
|" Mi sdames Bess Felt, Jos-
Cohen, Jane Gladys Matth-
, Harry Zeilinger, Benjamin
l< Jack Hirsch, Harry Genet,
rt Whitman, Sam Deutch and
R Berow.
*ch Amends Zoning
Temple Building
1 M .ni] Beach City Council
week voted unanimously on
J and second readings of an
P Iment to the city zoning
nance to permit the congre-
on of Temple Isaiah to build
nagogue at 20th St. and Alton
peral members of the con-
dition had been before the
hcil previously and had in-
1,1,11 council members that the
Fas in a multiple family dis-
' but that it would "be ideal
[tin site 0f the temple."
} was not revealed when work
|lhe temple would be started,
ough it is expected that con-
ction will begin as soon as
lible.
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a million words!
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FRIDAY, JANUARY
"Strictly Neighbors'
SPOTLIGHTS:
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HOTEL HOPS:
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plan for I 5 south ei
the si i wn-l rer evolved
building and I un Ireds s. whei
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OUR VISITORS:
Sack in the best clime for her health is Mrs. Matilda Koref, for
her 20th wirter. She's one of Manhattan's ace school teacher? arc
all you Gothamites around know her from the United Order cf
True Sisters and Eastern Star Houseguest of Jack Ross snd Bea
is Bea's dearest friend. Mrs. Gertrude Levine. bigwhig in Brooklyn s
Hadassah. Her husbar.d is Bill Levine, operator of the famous
Rustic Cabin on 9-W in Jersey .
PEOPLE:
Denis. S I J [-past 4. have
skating fi
S .. W Ave., -
52nd St. 1 Is to pi
Victor's Lot1
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Seme wonderful people gathered around Max Lieber's baby
rand for Ruth Brotmar.'s rrusicsle. Concert pianist Olga Lieber
text d sequmed white evering gown with a scftiv draped neckline.
Ruth s long brocade gewn had a fashionable back cluster of flowers
ExFert accompanist for Frances Sebel was Ficrerce Kuizen who
herse.f made a piano debut here last year. Guests Judge Kerneth
OKa and Mrs. Oka brought their guests, the Sp:cers of London
few of us with an urge to live darishlv repaired to
Sclma Dcutsch Wed
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Harry Ginsberg, son of Mrs.
Annette Ginsberg, 22 West San
M r:no Drive, Miami Beach be-
came Bar Mitivah on Saturday
January 20. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man officiated.

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg recently celebrated ifa
thirteenth wedding anniversary at a party in the Blue Roomi
Delaro Hotel. Among guests were Judge and Mrs. Man
of New York City. Mrs. Rube Appel. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Schwa
Dr. ard Mrs. A. Libow, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sherman,
and Mrs. Tee. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin. Mayor and
Harold Turk. Mrs. Gilbert Goldman. Mrs. Leo Eisenstein.it]
and Mrs. Harry Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fris^-man.
Goldberg is general manager of the Delano Hotel and Mrs. GoldL
;- president of the Miami Beach Chanter of B'nai B'rth Womtil
Move Into New Home Mark 11th Anniversary
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Mr. and Mrs. R ibert Sana
celebrated their elevnth wedi
anniversary on Saturday night]
a dinner party at the Chezl
Miami Beach. Their guests1
Mr and Mrs. Max Storch.1
Saundcrs and Mr Storch arei
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Itabbi Simon April
and the
Miami Hebrew School and Congregation
iially invite
All their Members, Friends and Neighbors
to attend a
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Sunday Evening, January 28th, at 7 P. M.
1101 S. W. 12th Avenue
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UDAY. JANUARY 26, 1951
*Jewisli fhrMton
PAGE 7 A
Personally Speaking
rs. Abe Grossman returned to her home in Elizabeth, N. J.,
er a visit with the Maurice Grossmans of this citv
* /-
Among guests at the Victor Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Simon
.ckstern of New York City. Mr. Gluckstem is the owner and
eralor of Gluckstern's Restaurants in New York
* *
Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weinberg, 3174 Elizabeth St.,
Itheir cousin. Ami Gilady of Tel Aviv. The young man, who
ved as a captain in the Israeli army, will enroll at the Uni-
sity of Miami this coming semester.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedlander, 200 Ocean Drive, Miami
pch. celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary last Friday.
tents of Charles Friedlander, advertising executive, the Fried-
tders have been residing in Miami Beach for the past eight
ars.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Milgrom of Orange, N. J., are visiting
mother, Mrs. Ruth Berman, 74 N.E. 69th St.
* *
Visiting in Miami are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gold of Floral
Ik, L I. While here, they are being entertained by members
heir family, including Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weinberg, Mr.
Mrs. Harry Gold, Mr. and Mrs. M. Chazanof and Mr. and
6. L. Leibovitz.
* *
Mid-winter vacationists at the Victor Hotel include Mr. and
6. Louis Rosen of Chicago. Mr. Rosen owns a dairy company
Chicago.
* *
Mrs. Larry Rochlin and her daughter, Rolinda Janice, of
ktesville, N. C, are the houseguests of Mrs. Rochlin's parents,
end Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, 1231 S.W. 12th Court
* *
Friends of Sidney Storch will gather at the home of his
h>r.:s, Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 771 S.W. 11th St., on Thursday
help him celebrate his fifth birthday. Sidney's brother and
ler, Freddie and Audrey, will assist him with entertaining
guests.
* *
Spending their winter vacation at the Victor Hotel are Dr.
1 Mrs. Jacob Hoffman of New York. Former chief rabbi of the
knkfurt-am-Main "Kehilah," Dr. Hoffman is head of Congrega-
h Ohev Zedek in New York and is nationally known in
fhodox Jewish circles.
* *
Sat. Dave Goldberger, who was recently assigned to the
blic Information Office at the newly reactivated Orlando Air
Ice Base, is visiting his parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Akiba Gold-
?, 545 13th'St., Miami Beach. The sergeant, who has been
Boned in Panama, Burma, Africa and Germany during his
c::c one-half years of service, will celebrate his parents'
lieth wedding anniversary during his stay.
* *
Mrs. Helen Tuman and children, formerly of New Rochelle,
v York, are now residing at Miami Beach where they will
b their permanent home!
* *
George Wolpert, 1776 S.W. 16th Ave., returned last week
n a one-week stay in Chicago, where he attended the winter
lilure show. Prior to his return, he also visited the American
uture Mart and the Merchants Mart. He is the owner of
srt's Furniture Company.
+ *
Ann Marilyn Gurtman of Brooklyn, N. Y., is the houseguest
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Glick.
* *
Mi and Mrs. Leonard Covan of Corpus Christi, Texas, have
In visiting Mr. Covan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Covan,
his sister, Suzanne, at their home, 2318 S.W. 20th St.
Before her marriage on January
7 at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, Mrs. Victor Mardenfeld
was the former Helen Kluback of
340 West 42nd St., Miami Beach.
She is pictured here in her wed-
ding gown of white Chanli'ly
lace, over skirts of tulle and
slipper satin. She wore long gloves
of metallic Chantilly lace match-
ing the design of the gown. Her
veil was of white tulle. She
carried a bible and white orchids.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
at the ceremony.
Miriam Goldstein, Bernard Robert Baron
Exchange Vows At Gables Center Rites
Miss Miriam Goldstein became
the bride of Bernard Robert Baron
on December 24 in an afternoon
ceremony at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop read the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, 511
N.W. 20th Ave., who gave her
in marriage. The bridegroom is
the son of Albert Baron, 3140 S.W.
27th Terr.
Miss Blanche Goldstein, sister
of the bride, was maid of honor,
and Martin Baron, brother of the
bridegrom, was best man.
The bride wore an afternoon
dress of white silk crepe and
Chantilly lace and carried a bible
topped with a white orchid. The
maid of honor wore a lavender
lace blouse over a cream and gold
brocade skirt and carried an arm
spray of talisman roses.
A reception, which was attend-
ed by over 200 guests, followed
the service in the outdoor patio.
The couple departed for a tour
of the state.
The former Miss Goldstein is a
graduate of South Side High
School, Newark, N. J., and is
president of the Emma Lazarus
Chapter, Business & Professional
Women. B'nai B'rith.
The bridegroom was formerly
staff announcer with radio station
WNEW in New York City and
j is presently attending the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he will
receive his degree this June.
fngregation To Mark
/ish Music Month
lite Center will meet
I iy January 30, at 8 p.m.
nter building, 3198 S.W.
acording to an an-
Ijd'e'iu'"1 by IrV'ng Sperling-
David Granat, program
has announced that the
P Will observe Jewish Music
pn with community singing
ID) Andrew Kornreich, the
s Hebrew teacher.
Pioneer Women To Hold
Dinner On February 4
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
of Miami Beach will sponsor a
dinner on Sunday, February 4, at
6 p. m. at the Labor Lyceum, 95
Washington Avenue, according to
Mrs. Lena Mintzes. president.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus
will defray the cost of the dinner,
and all proceeds will go towards
the children's building which the
Greater Miami Pioneer Women
maintain in Israel.
Binders Entertain
Former Ambassador
Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Binder
were hosts to the Hon. James G.
McDonald, retiring U. S. Ambas-
sador to Israel, and Mrs Mc-
Donald at a brunch at the Casa-
blanca Hotel on Saturday morn-
ing immediately prior to their
departure.
Mr. Binder and the former State
Department official renewed an
old acquaintance formed in Cali-
fornia when Mr. Binder was
columnist for a San Franisco
newspaper. During the course of
conversation, Mr. McDonald an-
nounced that he and his wife are
delighted with Miami and have
been shopping for a home in this
area. He also revealed that he'
has written a book about his work
in Israel which is slated for pub-
lication this spring.
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Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman
of 1301 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
were honored al a surprise dinner
Sunday night at the Hotel Good
on the occasion of their fifty-
eighth wedding anniversary. Their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer E.
Werman. of Hewlett Bay Park,
L. I., were hosts at the affair.
Among guests were Mr. and Mrs.
H. Marlowe. Mr. and Mrs. I.
Litner. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schein-
holx. Mr. and Mm. D. Melts. Mr.
and Mrs. I. Nathanson. Mrs. L.
Kurts.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 26
Brandels Women Club Everglades
To Hoar Alpori Pres lm
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Ihday. They are (L to r.) Carl Weinkle. Max Orovitz. Baron*
kin Joseph R. Stein. Morris Klass. executive director of the Greater Mi
I! ,r,a,Km' V' Bfa- P"*ident. Ginsberg, Sam Blank and Harry Sirkin. Elated of
Jifi unit tea at the home of Mrs. Max Orovitx last Tuesday aft*
Jo r Mrs. Orovitx. Mrs. Leonard Ahess and Mrs. Jack Ablin. Mrs. Carl Weink'e. p*
i the 1950 Combined Jewish Appeal, accept, a loving cup from M|
man of the women's division of the United Jewish Appeal, Tt
S. Alexander Brailove. national chair
presentation
was
las
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G. McDonlad. former U. S. Ambassador to Israel.

Dance Will Aid
Polio Foundation
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'unction
Formulating plans
Harrie
School w lalm B#ach j.wUh c#ntr; Stanley tie
of the Junior Congreg.tion and M.rjori. Friedlend.
**> Jumor Sisterhood.
Ardmof1
Formulating plans for th. forthcomillg purim P*~g
>et Lipton. preaident of the Student Council of ihe *^
the Miami Beach J.wUh Center: Siutor Gettis. pre" j
" Junior rn_>..__.:__ ... ___i nresio*0
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UDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951
iebman To Address
adassah Group
* kni^t fkrtdufi
PAGE 9 A
[da R. Lear's discussion
m behalf >f the Hadassah
i ganization, will meet
i v ining, January
li.. in the L"ar School
II at 1010 West Ave.,
| Seymour Liobman
urn speaker. His
"The Contribution
I nalities to Philoso-
Law Throughout the
in is a formei di-
Ihe Economic Commis-
Zionist Organization
I \ .. and a member of the
|. of the South Eastern
A member <>f the New
tar, he is practicing law
He is the author
iif articles on "Co-
Living :n Israel." which
n his two recent trips
intry.
11 be an open discus-
foi um. Members of
groups and then
well as visitors to
y, arc invited to
i
Gables Center School Takes First
Plaee In Top Half Of >la< < abiali
f RocheUe Lynn. Beth El, Richard
Jastor, Beatrice Levy. Miami He-
brew, third; 75 yard dash. Arthur
s in top place with 54 points and Show, Beth David, Rita Weiss
^C'th rVlwirl 1-i.iWl UU:.,J '.i -.. ti .i ^ -_ .
lapiro To Speak
Miami Beach
: >'.. hi;.-; leader, will
Futuri of Amer-
on Friday, Janu-
10 ]>. m. at the Knes-
1 Sabbath Forum.
H. Ever will intro-
;peaker and Cantor
Si if will conduct com-
ing.
THE OCEAN
\(J'mnc/i andvtiuiaH,
1334 18th St.
found the Corner From Copa City
Dinner Soui Lei Etoilea
Phono 5-9169
Final tally in
| the Maccabiah for the Jewish
schools of Greater Miami disci i
it Coral Gables Jewish Center
is in top place with 64 p lints and
Beth David right behind with 53
points.
Other schools chalked up the
following scores; Hialeah-Miami
Springs, 43 pomts: Northside
Jewish Center, 2(i points; M
Hebrew School and C ition
20 points: Beth El Congregation.
19 points; Israelite Center, 6
points; West Miami Jew:-.! en-
ter. 4 points: Tifereth Israel Con-
gregation, 1 point.
Over 900 students of Miami
I Jewish schools turned out to cele-
brate Tu Bishevat at the mock
i i leli Olympics. Enthusiasm
j particularly high in the parade
I in which a float representing
, Chalutzim of Israel was oiled
down the parade grounds by stu-
dents of Beth David, winning first
prize. Costumed in thi the
Mar..'
Hial mi Spin
d thi winner in tl rful
event
of the torch i. m M din 1 i J
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School and C >ngr<
Winners in thi
included thi
dash, Libby Tobai k, C I I
fust: I. Iskotoeg, second; Ritj
Beigel. West Miami, third: 90
yard dash. Elaine Libow, Hialeah,
Lawrence Toback. Coral Gables.
Fred Pel love. Beth David. Bever-
ly Feldstein. Coral Gables, first;
Ruth Spiner. Beth David, Jiowai I
Bonier. West Miami, Paul Lowe,
Northside, Ida Fash, Beth David,
second; Jerry Askowitz, Hialeah,
Beth David. Melvin Koven, C
Gables, Judy Roscnthal. Beth
David, first; Danny Glosser, Coral
. Susan Fox. Hialeah, Ace
tein, Hiali ah, Martha Fish-
er, Miami Hebrew, second; Ronald
Askowitz, Hialeah. June Deutsch,
Miami Hebrew, Eddie Parnes,
B< th David. Sharon Klimon. Coral
Gables, third: standing broad
lump, Martin Diamond, North-
side, Lawrence Toback. Coral
Gables. Suset Rose, Coral Gables,
I! Baila- i !. Kstt-11.
Robbin, Northside, first: Lconarc
Lion. Hiakah. Muton Finklintine,
Hialeah. Marjorie Slain. Hialeah.
lorry Askowitz. Hialeah. Hope
Stein. Hialeah. second; Richan
Soloway. Coral Gables, Barey
Kutine. Northside, Barbara Beiley,
Beth El, Larry Panics. Beth
:. third: hopping relay, won
bj Coral Gables.
n.i half of the Maccabiah
will be held on Sunday, January
2 i 11 the Je -
Miami Beach. The
Matilda Ratner award will be
nted '' the school gaining
i both events.
dual ribbons will be av I
ed winners ei first place at as-
semblies of the various schools.
T!ie Maccabiah is sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Arrangements are in the hands of
Louis Schuartzman and Hy
Pomerantz of the bureau and
Abraham Rochstein and Philip
Kaplan of the Jewish Centers As-
sociation.
"On the Trail"
ADLER'S KOSHER
Live Poultry Market
LOCAL RAISED
*EE Delivery Ph. 2-2279
fcder Rabbinical Supervision
e Sell Retail and Wholesale
Hotels. Restaurants and
Butcher Shops.
1832 S.W. 8ih St
>uy Direct Save Money
Lefkowitz Expands
Duties For Orkin
Leo Lefkowitz, pest control
salesman for Orkin Exterminating
Company, will take over sales for
the company's filter and grease
system service as of February 1.
Lefkowitz, who is a former
chiropodist, has been with the
Orkin firm for the past four
months.
Now celebrating its fiftieth an-
niversary, the company is the
largest pest control organization
in the world, according to Lef-
kowitz. It introduced the nylon
tent in Florida for drywood
termite control, he disclosed, and
is surety bonded for sub termite
control. The company has an all-
metal filter service in air con-
ditioning and grease exhaust sys-
tems. It also fireproofs drapes and
other fabrics.

.
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.Students of Miami religious schools celebrated Tu Bishvat
with a mammoth athletic carnival Sunday at Shenandoah Park.
In the photograph happy youngsters are shown* pulling a float.
CHARMING
ATTRACTIVE WIDOW
Seeks Acquaintance with
gentleman, fine caliber
Age 55-60
Write "Widow"
Box 2973. Miami 18
WANTED
MAN WITH S3.500
For partnership in good
going business. 89-7022
REVLIN
HOTEL KOSHER
DINING ROOM
Under Supervision of Rev. M. Moscowitz
Collins Ave. at 13th St., M. B.Ph. 5-7688
Serving DeLuxe From
Full Course Dinners
Open To The Public
$1.75
up

MENDELSOHN'S i" RESTAURANT
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Air-Conditioned for your comfort
"Where the Finest Meet to Dine" Daily from 4 to 9
ONLY TWO GOOD PLACES TO EATHERE OR HOME!
Open Saturday at 5 P.M. Phone 58-8946
We have no connection with any other restaurant
on the Beach
YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD
AND CLOTHING DON
SEND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS!
T LET THEM DOWN!
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22^per
pound
This price in-
cludes all taxes
and duties.
Your Relative
pays nothing
in Israel.
No Extras

n 6 VJE-e
TO *
FOR FAMILY
PARCELS CAN WEIGH
UP TO 70 LBS.
fOOD NET WEIGHT....55 LBS.
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND
FOR A FAMILY
13 lb*. Canned Mtat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8
Iba. Cheeae; 8 lb*. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk;
8 Iba. Dried Fruit* incl. Nuta; 8 Iba. Dried Vegeta-
blea; 8 Iba. Canned Flan; 8 Iba. Chocolate, incl. Caka
and Candiea; 8 Iba. Rice; 8 Iba. Legumea (Peaa,
Bean*, etc.); 8 lb*. Cereala; 8 lb*. Canned Fruit;
8 Iba. Jellies and Jama; 8 Iba. Egg Powder; 4 Iba.
Coffee; 4 Iba. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 Iba. Tea;
2 Iba. Spice*.
SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALFI
CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL!
Uc n.h'Pn.t0.l,rael your ""-Packed parcela of uaed
th. or ""'PPing your parcela to Israel. Pac
na!hul,a Farr Tours, (larael dutiea prepai
ed clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge ia only
Pack your parcel* and bring them into any of
prepaid here 16c per lb.). Your relativea have
' t0 Py there. (Outaide Metropol. Area charge* *r eelf-packed parcel* slightly higher.)
FOR FAST DELIVERY
BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES
FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS
Family Kosher Food Parcels
PARCEL 17 ]9 lb.............$11.75
4 lb. Meat
8 cana Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheeae
1 lb. Butter
1 lb. Oil
M lb. Egg
PARCEL 19 35 lb.............$18.75
1 can Sardines
4 oz. Tea
3 bara Hershey
Chocolate
2 pkg. Noodle Soup
2 lb. S..Q.1I'
Powder (18 egga)
PARCEL 16 25 lb.............$12.75
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Dried Fruit
1 can Salmon
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle Soup
6 lb. Meat
6 cana Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Margarine
2 lb. Veg. Fat
2 lb. Rice
2 lb. Split Peaa
2 lb. Sugar
1 lb. Prunes
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheeae
1 lb. Oil
2 cans Salmon
2 can Sardinea
10 Lollypopa
4 oz. Tea
16 bara Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mix
"t lb. Egg Powder
3 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Oil
2 lb. Sugar
2 lb. Lima Beans
2 lb Barley
Vi lb. Egg Powder (18 egg*)
PARCEL 18 J5 lb.............$12.50
6 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb. Cocoa
Send your check or money order or
come in person for your certificate.
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheeae
BRAND NEW
Philco Refrigerator
$240.00 plu. dutie.
Also 1951 WESTINGHOUSE
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NOW No import license
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FAMILY EXPORT 6. SHIPPING CO
NEW YORK OFFICE:
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Seven (7) other high claas food
parcela, "lightning faat delivery"
from two to four daya, contain-
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Inquire at the
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Roney Plaza
2315 eollina Avenue
Tel. 5-5327 6-5328
Uptown Office
6638 Collina Avenue
Tel. 86-1472
New ... all five 1951 Westing-
houae Refrigerators are now
available without import license,
no red tape.
Inquire at the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
CIGARETTES and SOAP
$9.95
$3.99
200 Cigarettea and 6 bara fancy face
so*.-, incluaive dutiea and de
liveriea by Air-
Expreas_______
200 Cigarettes incl. duties
and delivery
6 bars fancy face
soap
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PAGE 11 A
l-M Given Award
Human Relations
Univi sity "1 Miami was
n Thursday. January
Nal onal C inference of
g nd Jews for its work
ip education and hu-
i
I;, | 'it K. Clinchy of New
L Idenl of the national
J, : e inji d a citation to
i r university
it special ceremonii l
!'. aumOBt Lecture
all.
I were pan 01 a
L human understanding
ity which had as
[ di s Dr. Clinchy, Dr.
and Dr. Gordon
i is professor of
[ i' ilumbia Universi-
uth ity in the field
mal and intergroup
I now director of a
i ject in intergroup ed-
[ N irth Cat olina, wa i
I i the faculty of the
J e and was its first
human it lations. lit
' June to accept his
t ition.
I anklin Williams, vice
V of the university and
V faculty, presided ttt
I nar which had as its
Brotherhood as a Part of
l ) for Survival."
|Sp< gui sts at the ceremony
i and Mrs. Benjamin
j .. : i gave funds for the
I up in human rela-
I the university; Max
h i established and pro-
inual support for the
Library in Human Rcla-
i A. M. Luntz. Cleveland
\ and a member of
finance committee.
[an Alpha Omega
Initiates Eight
I new members were to-
ll Tau Alpha Omega, teen-
ib of the Miami Jew-
C unity Center, at a pot
pk supper at the home of Renee
- 11. 2300 SW 24 Ave., this
i .
the Misses Elaine
W Ima Ganz, Janet Greene,
Karas, Rona Kordon, Lila
i loan Orlin, and Lee Sher-
in.
[roup under the presiden-
irol Mondress, meets ev-
day night at the cen-
2200 people jammed t're Hotel Waldorf Artoria in New York orchestra on its ten week, forty city lour of the United States and
City and acclaimed the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by | Canada, presented by the American Fund in association with local
Leonard Bernstein at the inaugural dinner concert presented by the | groups, under the mnagement of S. Hurok.
American Fund for Israel Institutions. This concert launched the |
From The Psychologist's Desk
Children's Quarrels In The Home
Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, accredited consulting psycho-
logist in full time practise wi Miami is a specialist in adult and
child problems. As part of his work, he gives marriage, personal
and parent-cliild counseling, as well as psychological testing and
vocational counseling. A professional psychologist for the post 19
years. Dr. Blumenthal is a diplomate in clinical psychology of (he
American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology. lie will
be pleased to discuss anj> questions sent in by readers through this
column during this scries. Please send all auestions to Dr. Seymour
M. Blumenthal. The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18.
Editor's note.
Dear Dr. Blumenthal:
I have heard you address par-
ents on the behavior of children.
What about this problem? Is it
normal for brothers and sisters to
quarrel? Can parents prevent
this? How? My boy is ten; my
daughter is six.
ANSWER:
erty. This will provide for neat-
ness and order about the home,
respect and care for property as
well as the recognition of impor-
tance in having a place that is
all his own. The normal child can
be taught this at an early age.
If children are going to learn
Irs. Kraus To Fete
Id Journal Workers
1 Milton Kraus will be
f a luncheon in her home
members of Temple Beth
Sisterhood who have sold
0 worth of ads for the sister-
urnal on Friday, Fcb-
2, at 12 noon.
urnal constitutes one of
d's principal sources
vhich it raises for the
: Both Sholom's Rell-
School. Mis. Benjamin
is co-chairman of the
I
annual "ad journal
on February 21 at the
the journal will be given
livenfr, according to Mrs.
P Robbing, sisterhood
1 iit. Mrs. Alex A. Straus is
of the February 21
i. and Mrs. Harry Kohn
Im charge of reservations.
It may be surprising to some
parents out it is normal for chil- to understand the grown up world
dren in a family to quarrel. As j in which they will eventually par-
parents, we are desirous to have tieipate, then the parents must
our children learn how to give j teach them to accept certain reas-
and take in the every, day bust-j w standards of behavior. You
ness of living. They learn to d teach constructively by be-
so in their small qua. i els at L^ unfan. Such instances are
home. Home should be the place | ofton ^^ when fl n{ wjl]
where the child finds it safe to
give a child's belongings to an-
express angry, even hateful fee 1- other_over his objections because
ings. But it must also be a place ;.,,. .i_0_ ic ,. ,hun r,
ings
where he or she learns to put
definite limits on the intensity
of hostile feelings and behavior
towards each other.
Most parents would prefer to
have quiet and well behaved chil-
dren. They would prefer not to j tjcs adequately by resorting
have their children raise their bribery to insure "peace i
your sister is younger than you
she is onlv a baby." (six years
old!) No child will understand
adult rules of behavior and prop-
erty if every time a crisis occurs,
exception must be made. Nor are
the parents discharging their du-
to
and
voices in anger, shout or have qUjet." As for instance: "If you
tempers flare. However, psychol- | wjh gjve vour game to Billy, we
ogically, this would be unhealthy.
Children, like adults, must have
opportunities to express them-
selves as to their likes and dis-
likes. The well conforming child
is not necessarily the well ad-
justed or emotionally healthy
child. Too often, this hides a re-
bellious and unhappy personality
structure which may later in
adulthood, evidence itself in the
will take you to the movies on
Sunday." Next time it will have
to be a bigger and better bribe!
Subsequently, every situation can
become a bargaining situationor
else. Or else, there will be a con-
stant tumult between and among
the various members of the fam-
ilyeach grabbing for personal
gain at the expense of the others.
As a general rule, parents could
inability to handle one's problems : best serve their children by not
n a satisfactory social and emo-' entering or connecting with a
quarrel. They should not take
sides. The exceptions to this rule
are when a child is being "ganged
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tional basis. The reason for this
is, that as a child, he was never
given an opportunity to learn how
to cope with these problems. How up on" by a group of children, or
pan parents be of help? Parents I js po0rly matched because of de-
should teach their children that; velopment. or when the quarrels
the rights of others should be re- I are persistent and increasing in
Bpected if they want their own | frequency and intensity,
lights to be respected, too. Let us Brief quarrels are to be expect-
takc, for example, a rather fre- ed arnonK children. Constant
quent cause of dissension amorfg qUaITOljng among children would
children at home: quarrels with suggest tne need for examining
; respect to personal belongings, | the condJtions about the home to
such as toys, games, etc. Parents I find out what is precipitating this
[can teach children not to take. difficuly. Perhaps, your children
!another child's possessions with- : nced moie time with each of you,
| out asking permission to do so. to participate in family outings,
I Each child can be assigned a spe- t[) get a \fyjg more affection and
rial place for his personal prop- assurance. If quarrels recur, are
persistent and intense, despite
your attempts at handling them,
parents should not be ashamed at
seeking professional psycho!
cal guidance to help solve the.
Study at.
problem.
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for an interesting hobby;
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The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
ADVISES THE PUBLIC .,.,,.
To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth n i u
is displayed;
And to buy only chickens with the ring oi the G.M.V.H. fi 1 D 3 as 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." "Koher 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 TV*P? I
Harry Sirldn. Pros. H. Sootin. Secy. S. Lobel, Treas.
1.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY
26.1951
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,.;,ilrrs Of 1951 Combined Appeal
liewiislhJEJliOJpidPiaup
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1951
SEC. B
Capital Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Economic Stabilization Unit
Praises Conservation Project
JACK ABLIN
Iciiairman of Winter Residents
Unit
DAVID PHILLIPS
Vice Chairman of Winter
Residents Unit
JOSEPH GARDNER
Co-chairman of Hotel Unit
MRS. LOUIS GLASSER
Chairman of Women's Gift Unit
IIIAS Banquet
'i For Sunday
T People's Tourist Commit-
tee, composed of representatives
of the kirner Jewish communities
the United States and Canada.
ill sponsor its annual HIAS
emergency banquet on Sunday,
January 28, at the Victor Hotel,
IMiami Beach.
The committee is headed by
sseph L. Tepper of Washington,
). C. who will also act as toast-
master Short addresses will be
lade by Rabbis L. Kronish, I.
ehrman, M. Mescheloff and M.
Shapiro. Also slated to speak are
iax Lefkowitz of Boston and
lacob Fishman of the Waldorf
Towers Hotel.
A concert of Jewish folklore
folksong! will feature Anna
">: issberg, Paul Millstone and
Cantor M. Mamches, who will be
accompanied by Anuyta Melicov.
Louis Miller will sponsor the
hffair and serve as host.
Detroit Juniors Name
Temporary Officers
Dr. S. Kreisler was elected tem-
porary president of the Detroit
Juniors at the first meeting of the
organization.
Other temporary officers in-
clude Francine Weinstein, secre-
tary treasurer; Bernard Elrod,
entertainment chairman; Alfred
Kreisler, constitution chairman.
Permanent officers will be
elected in one month. Next meet-
ing of the group is slated, for Sat-
urday, January 27, at 8:30 p. m.
at the Winterhaven Hotel, 1402
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Plans
will be made for the season's ac-
tivities.
Beth David Sisterhood
I Will Conduct Services
Beth David Sisterhood will con-
Iduit its annual Sisterhood Sab-
Ibath on Friday, January 26, at
[815 p.m. at the synagogue.
Mrs. Frank Rose, president, will
deliver the sermon. Other partici-
pants will be Mrs. Harry Laufer,
Ed Merlin and Mrs. Harry
August.
Center Rents Hall
Announcement has been made
that the Northside Jewish Center
I has rented a hall at 5028 N.W. 7th
I Ave, for religious and social meet-
unti] the group's new syna-
g 'gue is erected at North Miami
Ave. and 64th St.
Mizrachi Unit to Hear
Dr. Lazar Schonfeld
The Beth Jacob Mizrachi Or-
ganization will meet on Saturday,
January 27, at 8:30 p.m. at the
David Whitman Hall for a special
meeting.
Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld,
member of the national execu-
tive, will be guest speaker. His
subject will be "Building a New
World." Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
1 will introduce the speaker. Dr.
i M. J. Safra will preside.
Barn Dance Planned
First in a series of monthly barn
dances to be given by the West
Miami Jewish Center will be held
on Saturday. January 27. at 8 p.m.
at the center. 5720 S.W. 17th St..
according to an announcement by
Irving L. Wexler, president.
Music will be provided by Red
Rooster and his barnyard band.
WASHINGTON Jewish or-
ganizations, mindful of the totali-
tarian techniques of Goebbels and
Stalin, are increasingly concerned
over the rise of McCarthyism. At-
tempts to silence radio commenta-
tors and newsmen like Drew-
Pearson, who combat anti-Semit-
ism as well as Communism, are
noted with nervous apprehension.
Pearson, who has advocated the
brotherhood of man, urged liber-
alization of displaced persons leg-
islation, aided the United Jewish
Appeal, advanced the Zionist
cause, exposed Gerald L. K. Smith
and the Ku Klux Klan and did
much to combat prejudice, may be
cut off the air. He may be silenced
in the press. Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy, Wisconsin Republican,
who is striving to destroy Pear-
gon, is also known to American
Jewry.
McCarthy is known principally
i for his interference with war
crimes trials in Germany on be-
half of Nazi killers who slew
countless Jews and murdered
American prisoners and wounded
at Malmedv. Belgium, during the
Battle of the Bulge. McCarthy is
also known for his involvement
with radio commentator Upton
Close whose anti-Semitic broad-
casts have long been noted by the
Anti-Defamation League. The
Wisconsin senator joined with
Gerald L. K. Smith and Rep. John
Rankin, Dem.-Miss., in efforts
to block the nomination of Anna
Rosenberg as assistant secretary
of defense. In fact, another Re-
publican. Sen. Wayne Morse, of
Oregon, openly stated that "sev-
eral aspects of the hearing have
been saddening because I'm satis-
fied that some anti-Semitic forces
in America are taking advantage
of this opportunity to smear Anna
Rosenberg."
Radio commentator Fulton
Lewis. Jr.. who was also involved
in the Rosenberg incident, has
done much to advance McCarthy-
ism. It has been established, with
State Department documentation,
that the Nazi Embassies in Wash-
ingon once reported to Berlin that
Fulton Lewis, Jr., offered advice
on the draft of a proposed letter
from Hitler to Roosevelt. The
letter would have aided Nazi am-
bitions for global domination. This
occurred at a time when Pearson
was working to expose the Nazi
underground in the United States.
The issue between McCarthy
and Pearson is much more signi
ficant than the clash of two per-
sonalities. If McCarthy can silence
Pearson merely by smearing him
with the brush of Communist as-
sociation then the totalitarian
technique will have triumphed in
the United States. It is more than
an issue of freedom of speech and
freedom of the airwaves. When
one such freedom is wiped out,
the foundation of our free society
crumbles. The victims of Mc-
Carthyism will not be just re-
porters or the press as a whole,
but the people of the U.S.
The Washington Post, which
has supported Israel and liberal
legislation, said McCarthy is bor-
rowing the methods of the Krem-
lin "and those of Hitler and Goeb-
bels to create tyrannical power for
itself."
"What he is trying to do is not
new," the Post continued, "it
worked well in Germany and in
Russia; all voices except those
officially approved were silenced
in those lands by intimidation."
It has often been said among
old-timers on Capitol Hill that if
tntalitarinism ever comes to the
United States, it will come in the
disguise of ;.nti-totalitarianism.
B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida has received praised from
the Economic Stabilization Agency
as a result of the council's Ameri-
canism program urging Dade
County citizens to conserve na-
tural resources.
The project was initiated
through the council under the
direction of Americanism Chair-
man Sanford M, Swerdlin, 2.000
placards urging consumers to
"Buy Only What You Need" were
distributed to grocery chain
stores, meat markets and retail
stores throughout Dade County.
A copy of the placard was also
forwarded to the agency whose
response reads:
"The White House referred to
this agency your letter and its
enclosures with reference to the
program adopted by your council
to discourage hoarding.
"This agency was established by
the President to deal specifically
I with the control of inflation,
i Therefore, we are very pleased
to know that we have the sup-
I port of your council in our ef-
forts to provide a stabilized eco-
Inomy. In addition, we appreciate
the steps you have taken to ad-
vise the public regarding the ne-
cessity of conservative buying. A
well-informed public
assistance to us in
with our efforts to
proper stabilization
invaluable
connection
provide a
program.
"Please extend to the members
of the council our sincere thanks
for their participation in your
very worth v*hile and public-
spirited program."
Beach Zionists To
Hear Jewish Humor
A program featuring Jewish
humor will be presented at the
next meeting of the Miami Beach
Zionist Luncheon Club on Wed-
nesday, January 31. at 12:15 p.m.
at Lincoln Manor, according to
Harold Shapiro, chairman. Daniel
M. Broad will serve as toast-
master for the afternoon.
Participants in the program,
which will be patterend after
radio's "Can You Top This." will
"be Jac-Mj C. Fishman. S. A. Gord-
nan, Louis J. Krensky and Alex
Van Straaten. Charles H. Lee will
report on Israeli news, and Fish-
man will lead community singing.
Assisting Shapiro with arrange-
ments are Broad. Paul Eisman,
Fishman. Cantor Samuel Kele-
mer. Sam Prosterman and Irving
will be of I Schatzman.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28,
1951
Rabbi Schonfeld To OMtMries
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1951
fJewist flcricJian
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1 Jewish Families
Left Warion
HONG KONG. (JTA) There
v four Jewish families left
, Soviet-occupied port
., huria, and they are plan-
ave for Israel as soon
, receive their exit visas,
, n ,rted here by members
,,, f emigrants who
through en route from
1 tsraeL v. ; ft*
latest sroup, numbering 6.
,nd women, were delayed
month8 in Dairen and only
I s.iviet visas when the
inuance of organized emi-
. from the Far East to Is-
nnounced. They arrived
, vessel chartered by the
, Distribution Committee and
Wait a'-oard the ship for
lrs until their plane ar-
eCause the British police
, fused to honor their Brit-
t visas.
the war small Jewish
unity of Dairen was well
cording to the emigrants
, ,ring the war members of
immunity were dispersed
who remained in the
virtually cut off from
Of the world when the
I Union occupied the port.
,1WV Leader Raps
I 'ranee Spain
JERSEY CITY (AJP). The
.mmander of the Jewish
v. Veterans answered a polite
:. i for an apology to Franco
by the Catholic War Vet-
w'ith an avalanche of facts
week branding the Franco
a dictatorship which al-
I itself with the Axis in
V. 1 War II.
The dispute began last Septem-
when the New Jersey State
Department of JWV in line with
its national policy, opposed the
gnition of Franco Spain by
the United States as well as a
n to the dictator.
month the Catholic War
V rans issued a statement
claiming that the JWV was not
in p issession of all the facts in
I e. It urged that they probe
deeper into the matter.
' looked further in to the
fad ," State Commander Leon
Fi of Jersey City, told the
rican Jewish Press. The re-
was the issuance of a state-
nt to local newspapers this
k which not only failed to
gize but stated in detail the
nu t ius charges which com-
| ;ed the basis of JWV's opposi-
te the recognition of Franco
n and of JWV's contention
Franco Spain was ruled by
.-democratic dictatorship.
Beach Zionists To
Mark Music Month
Jewish Music Month will be
celebrated at the public meeting
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict c.n Thursday, February 1.
at 8:30 p.m., in the auditorium of
the Central Beach Elemental y
School, Alex Van Straaten, presi-
dent, has announced.
Seymour B. Liebman, program
chairman, revealed that Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will greet the
gathering and speak on "The
Significance of Jewish Music
Month."
"A History of Jewish Music"'
will be presented by Joseph
Pardo, lyric tenor and graduate
of Brandeis Camp Institute. Pardo,
1 a local attorney, received his ed-
ucation at the University of Mi-
ami. He is financial secretary of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
and former'^' served as chairman
of the Young Judaea Leaders'
Council and president of Masada.
He will be accompanied at the
piano by Herman Fried, a grad-
uate of the New York University
School of Education and Yeshiva
of Bensonhurst. Brooklyn. Fried,
former music director of the Mi-
ami Beach Y, has worked with
Yiddish stage and screen artists
throughout Latin America and
the United States. Last year he
performed as orchestra leader at
the Plaza Theater and has been
I the organist of Temple Beth
Sholom since its inception.
Beaeh Auxiliary To Meet Tuesday
and Jack Udell. Miss Clara Gold-
enberg will accompany at the
piano
Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary
to the Jewish Home for the Aged
will meet at the Atlantis Hotel,
2655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
on Tuesday, January 30, at 1 p.m.
Final reports on the "summer
project" will be made by Mrs.
Sol Silverman. chairman. An
original musical skit based on the
summer project, written and di-
rected by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
will he presented with Mrs. Sil-
verman as narrator and the fol-
lowing cast: Mesdames Frank
I Berger, Irving Frankel. Max
Greenberg, Ray Hammerman,
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, presi-
dent, will preside at the business
meeting. Plans will be formulated
for the annual benefit party, pro-
ceeds of which go to the Sidney
Appel Medical Fund. Chairmen
are Mrs. Helen Sparber, Mrs.
Benjamin Kaplan and Mrs. Harry
Danziger.
Mrs. Samuel Ritter. chairman
of membership will present gold
pins to new life members and
Mrs. Harry Koretzky, co-chair-
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Harry Koretzky, Mollie Schuman man, will speak.
Norman Carol, formerly first
violinist with the Boston Sym-
phony, will be the third artist in
the Miami Beach YMHA-spon-
sored Community Concert Series
Oil Monday, January 29. at 8:30
p.m. at the Miami Beach Munici-
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*Jenisti Fkwidrg&n
PAGE 5 B
H David Meyer, trained and
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no st.mipsto David
The Jewish Floridlan,
2973, Miami Florida.
following specimen was
Men for me by Dr. Ralph J.
Bunehe. winner of the Nobel
,.. Dr. Bunehe was
, ih, international prize
ng peace to the mid-east
bv mediating the Palestine dis-
uu!,. I interviewed Dr. Bunehe
for this paper at his office at the
United Nations headquarters in
He* Y*ork.
i t, let us consider the man.
then wi will discuss the states-
,',,... The writing is. large, broad,
mod. rately fast. The script is reg-
the rhythm steady and
Tile 1-dotS take the
.- and curves. The
nd connections are
b >th angles and round-
ti il us
I man with
I a mission. He is
van of social and eth ca]
nd fei Is as much at ei
IS as with imme-
diate, everyday realities. He has
re Rift of grasping complex
situations and breaking them
down to simplified, coherent
statements of infant. He relit
sentlally on logic to bring h ire i
a point. Intuition and instinct
play a second le in his men-
tal make-up.
The presusre is full and warm,
the slant toward the right. Dr.
Bunehe is a man of enthusiasm,
lively temperament, en joy 8 pleas-
ant surroundings, good food and
good company. He loves ancedotes
and is good at story telling. Verbal
expression comes readily to him.
He has a good memory, good sense
of color, loves music, poetry and
philosophy and has tendencies to-
ward melancholy contcmplative-
ness of a lyrical nature.
The left hand margin widens
toward the bottom of the page,
the right margin is irregular, and
his letter "s" resembles the figure
"8." Dr. Bunehe is free with his
money, would rather enjoy new
experiences and grasp new in-
sights than make a fortune. He
just cannot say "no" to requests
for aid. The poet Longfellow
wrote the same "s" and he was
known among his friends as al-
ways having both hands and his
In art open to all who needed his
help and friendship in any way.
Now for the statesman. But
first, a brief definition of politics.
The man in the street is apt to
color h ich to politics with
cynicism, His political thinking is
influenced by sensational stories,
periodic in\ ions and "
up" i imp igns, tlie shady d< als
of unscrupul ius small-fry- But if
: i r. il i!:' ics in '
tial, social c ntext, we are struck
by the 1 I re a p i] ti-
i 'wo or
tl re.' pi ople come to live and
work together in the same area.
Busily working al the office of the local drafr board are volunteers from the Miami Beach
Chapter of B'nai B'rilh Women. The group recently put in a full evening of stamping, signing, sort-
ing and mailing questionnaires. Shown above are (1. to r.) Mrs. Theodore Arvan. chairman of the
project; Mrs. Charles Korenvaes. Mrs. Helen Sanders, Mrs. Bernard Lowenlhal. Miss Lorraine
Puckett, supervisor of the draft board: Mrs. Sam Pollack and Mrs. Ben Libow.
Politics govern their external re-
actions to one another.
Returning to Dr. Bunchc's writ-
ing, we find the diplomat express-
ing his skillful manipulation of
| situations, readiness for new
twists in events and dogged nur-
! in the sinuous base
line, the full-blooded pressure,
the angular formations. The prt 5-
: i' also tells us that Dr. Bunehe
can absorb the shock of untoward
i vents ami ke ip .> to-
ward his ol Whili
:ting is gener I. testi-
fying to Dr. Bundle's elasticity
i and sense of diplomacy, t
encies inform us that he possesses
self-restraint, caution, tact.
Now and then a slight tremor
is noticeable in the writing. A
statesman"s life is not an easy
one. Dr. Bunchc's career has made
him tense. He is prone to irrita-
bility on occasion. But his self-
control is good and he rarely flies
off the handle.
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winner in the senior division; Elizabeth Simkowitz and Lomse
Morcjen, runnc-rs-up in the senior competition: and Rabbi Moses
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+Je*lstincr(Jlar)
PAGE 7B
rnecoHeNSj
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
lire in the H'arsam Ghetto .
j recent JDC annual meeting
-highlighted by an address of
[ ,:k1 moving simplicity,
^ J si ph J. Schwartz, that
. who were privileged to hear
|ll m vt: forget the occasion.
Tjust too bad that the spon-
I j talk has not been made
i the general public.
Schwartz was superb as he
r experiences as a re-
pf his 1 nn association with
|dc He reached tragic depth
he described his visit to the
aw Ghetto after the war. He
B firsl foreigner, or at least
r Jew, to reach the city.
he got to the ruins of the
related, he found a
t Jews who were crying
they saw the man who
to them American
k- and its succor efforts. He
Elf flood mute, too moved by
to be able to utter a
Every vein in him wept
blood. But as a leader he
j I not shed tears. And
I. weeping inwardly,
the >urvivors were waiting
i of consolation and
a while the tenseness
Lr. And as he began talking
\ vivors of the world's
est nightmare he was to ex-
i moment that perhaps
I the key to Jewish character
re to Jewish survival.
'irst thing those bedraggled.
pr, tragic people asked was
the fate of 200.000 of their
p-men who fled to Russia.
will they return? they
\ Efering to give them shel-
>nd f K d and consolation
they themselves were so
in need of those very
turri .
-ting comment on the
< I community support
ontiol of local Anglo-Jewish
\s is made in the recent issue
i Intermountain News, edited
ftbert S. Gamzey. He is quite
ur opinion, when he
t is the business of a
to raise and dispense
I" and "not to publish a
T" He is still on firmer
f ii n he. asserts that "to
< Jewish paper must be
independent and privately-
owned." It seems to this corner
that if the Anglo-Jewish press is
to survive as a constructive force
in Jewish life, free to laud and
condemn, it must be free from
community control though not
from community support. .
Two books for children, recently
published by Behrmann House,
should be welcome in every Jew-
ish home. One of them, "The
Dreidl Who Wouldn't Spin," is an
illustrated story that the six-
year-old will love. Text is by
Libby M. Klaperman and the book
is profusely illustrated by Lazzle
Matulay. The other is book, "A
"Children's Village in Israel,"
text by Sonia Gidal and photos by
her husband Tim Gidal, describes
child life in Meier Shfeyah, the
Junior Hadassah project Pub-
lication of "Pictorial Oddities
from Hebraic Literature," by Sol-
omon Lenschitz, will delight the
hearts of every Jewsh reader,
young and old. When the oddities
first appeared, they earned him
the name "Jewish Ripley" and he
well deserves it. Here are the
stories of Rabbi Gamliel, who
anticipating modern astronomy,
constructed a "hollow tube" with
which he could measure distances,
of Moses, who wore a health mask
as a protection against disease;
of Ben Gomia, whose advocacy
of a public school system ante-
dates modern educators by cen-
turies; and many other equally
revealing. In addition to these cul-
tural and scientific contributions,
the Pictorial Oddities include a
wide range of fabulous and often
ironically amusing feats, such as
the acrobatic proclivities of Rabbi
Simeon, the life of a Jewish Robin
Hood, and the contest in which
Esther's beauty made her queen
at the age of forty.
Card Party Scheduled
Northside Jewish Center Sister-
hood will sponsor a card party
on Saturday, January 28. at 8:30
p.m. at 5028 N.W. 7th Ave., ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Lillian Hochfelsen, president.
Hebrew School To
Hold Siyum Hatorah
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will hold a Siyum
Hatorah on Sunday, January 28,
at 7 p.m. in the school building,
1101 S.W. 12th Ave., according to
an announcement by William
Weintraub, president.
Rabbi Simon April will deliver
the dedication sermon, and Cantor
Berele Kelemer will provide the
musical portion of the program.'
Jack Stone and H. M. Devich, past
presidents of the congregation,
will speak briefly. Torah present-
ation will be made by' Abe
Kaplan.
Chairman of the ceremony is
Dave Kleber, head of the reli-
gious committee. Refreshments
will be served under the super-
vision of Mrs. Ben Socoloff and
Mrs. Waranch.
The group is making plans for
a barbecue to be held in the paiio
of the building on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 4, from 3:30 p.m. on
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Samuel Kelemer.
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S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.
Miami Hebrew 'oct-.ooi and Con
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!2th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
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Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
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Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
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Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
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Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P.
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Highway. North Miami.
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Temple Beth El iConser
630 Fern St.. Weil Palm
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Miami (Orthodox). 4316
Avenue. >i
k,,.,v evening servi .j
Saturday a.m. A r
area re bjvited.to i^,
Cong. Rabbi Chain"
Tradyon Nusach Ane
both Rabbi Chanina Ben
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Bervieea daily '".'"f
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y, IANUARY 26, 1951
'JewlstFhridicir
PAGE 9 B
Enrolled In
Zionist Drive
tandred and three mem-
Tbeen enrolled in the
'. .,/ trictdur-
ks of its
l revealed Burnett Roth
ln'r Srli itzman, chairman
| of the drive for
pliers.
Inounc-imcnt was made at
1 paign meeting at
ificc Thursday. Roth said,
j k has been to re-
fcUnquents on our mem-
Irolls."
tsible for the membership
ar> division chairmen,
Goodman and Joseph
team captains are Judge
|A. Frank, S. A. Goodman,
kn Sinsburg, Harry J.
Jiiel Lesowoder, Melvin
fcn. Abraham Mason, Paul
ionard H. Glasser, Fred
hlurrny Goodman and
on Kronish, Workers in
iaign are: Jack Burris,
falianoff, Si Gcrson, Sam
tin. Josi ph Mazo, Harry
lb:. Z, I Sabshin, Sam
ISam Friedman, Dr. M. J.
Lou G. Lytton, I. M.
lender, Charles
. 11:11. Benjamin
| I Andre
Goodman.
. George Levy,
.ilk Gordon,
I Samuel
ng Lehrman,
loff.
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Dado Federal
IOoIwIk Upton
Following the annual meeting
of Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami, hold at
its offices, 45 N.E. 1st Avc., Wed-
nesday, Joseph M. Lipton, presi-
dent, announced the election of
the association's officers and di-
rectors.
Officers re-elected to their
present posts were: Joseph M.
Lipton, president: Rufus H.
Daniel, vice president and secre-
tary; Charles Beatty, vice presi-
dent and treasurer; Leo Robinson,
vice president; Albert C. Elkins,
assistant secretary and cashier;
William H. J. Saunders, assistant
secretary; John R. Butcher, as-
sistant secretary, and Dee At-
wood, assistant cashier. Clifford
to Announces
jiiisj; E*la<*4kK
I of B'nai
Tuesday
thi Sunshine
ham Building
l rich
l B'rith C luncil
B: Iding, ac-
! Levenson,
\ has
andi-
the next
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P( rry, Phi! Si
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I I mr Stein,
ilax Feld.
Mt. Sinai To Install
Memorial Plaque
Preparations are now being
made for the installation of a
large bronze plaque in the Memo-
rial Room of Mount Sinai hospital.
This plaque, to be known as the
Charter Life Membership plaque,
will contain the names of the first
friends and contributors to the
hospital. Leonard A. Wicn, chair-
man of the memorial committeeof
the hospital, announced this week.
"When we tirst appealed to this
community for help in 1946, we
promised that we would memo-
rialize the very generous re-
sponses we received. We are now
ready to fulfill that promise,"
Wien explained.
Persons who would like their
names to appear on this com-
memorative memorial must make
the necessary arrangements be-
fore January 31, Wien said. "At
that time," he continued, "we
will organize all of the names and
send them to the manufacturer to
be cast in bronze as a constant
reminder of our first supporters." '
The Charter Life Memebership
plaque will occupy the position of
honor in the Memorial room of I
the hospital, which serves as an
approach to the medical library,
board of trustees' room and medi-
cal records room. Wien said.
He said that the hospital would
hold a dedication ceremony when
the plaque is installed.
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and comptroller. New offici n
officers elected were Milloid L
Clements, assistant secretary and
Leah G. Steinhauer, assistajlt
cashii
Re-elected to the board of di-
irs, following tin i xp ration
Of their present terms v
!., nard Barr. Samuel Lipton and
G. A. Price. Other board men
Joseph M Lipton. Rufus H.
Daniel Charles Beatty, Leo
in ,n, uer and Irwin M.
el.
A; of I) 31, 1950, Dado
Federal ;
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Reth David Women
To Hold Barbecue
I', th David Si ti hood will
ir a "bring-a-member bar-
on Wednesday. February
7. at 12 noon at the home of Mrs.
Isidore Castle, 2298 S.W. 27th
Terr.
The affair will be open to mem-
be:-.-, who bring along new mem-
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*-jHistntridi3,r
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26,1
Bigotry Declining
In 17 Large Cities,
Survey Reveals
NEW VI 'RK J
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Seven cil I
.. up-

.-. Nine citiesCh igo, SI
L ..-. !' P li Iphia,
Denver, C
lis and Trentoi :
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mony. In six citiesDes M
rd, B ton. Pi iv-
Trentoi

pub-
lic t tion and
ent.
Apte Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
!'
: away on I >>-
: [950, will take place
28, at 2 p.in.
-.- with
.. Shapiro officiating.
; by two sons, Jack
... a d Mrs.
F threi sisters, Mrs.
mm, Miami, Mrs.
nd Mi a Dora Gar-
ithers,
Harry St reit. Miami, ai
. .:
I
ent.
Jonisi Unveiling
The dedicati
to th? memorv
mon<
<-f the lale.
Jonisi, formerly of 1369 S.jl
1st., will be htlrt Sunday J
28th. at 1:4.". .-,;
tery with Rabbi s. MachJ
ficiating. She is survived 3
suns. Alfred I M :mi,
of New York; om brother]
, Mayerowitz, ol Miami; taj
ten, Mrs. Bh n Klein J
ami and Mrs. Violet R
Delano. Calif. A: i-r.gemeSl
;n charge- J
I Monument Comp F:;(.j3
I relatives are MM
- Ana latd Photo
Shown planning ihc meeting to be addressed by Arnold
Forster. national director of the Anti-Defamation League Civil
rights Division, in the Miami Beach Jewish Center auditorium
on Thursday, February 8, are: (seated, 1. to r.) Sam W. Shapiro.
Florida State ADL chairman: Godfrey K. Newman, president.
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith; (standing. 1. to r.) Miarni Beach
City Councilman Burnett Roth: end Gi'berl J. Balkin. Florida ADL
directoi. The meeting, being held under the sponsorship of Miami
Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, will commemorate the tenth anniversary
of the Florida Regional Anti-Defamation League Office.
Jewish Units Call On U.S.
To Ratify Genocide Pact
N EW YORK. (JTA)
Jewis nizations including
An Je ;ttee.
Ji h ish C< rign ss and
Vnt -D mati n League
lasl the inti
nat nal convent I i
which is now effect
: vern-
... .
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Dr. Israel G
the W V.\
A
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ne operative. Dr.
that the con-
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live of int
tion i protect

Zeesman Unveiling
Th> tion of a monument
to the men the late Jennie
nerly of 1900 N\V
33rd St.. will I e Sunday,
January 2o at 2:30 p.m. in the
'.' lawn Park
Murray
; :' ting Ml .. '/'.
-. foui
Mrs. Sam Blanche, of Miami
Be '.: filbert Levy, of Hia-
Mi S iuI Cantor and Mrs
Rich..: I St artz, of Miami; als i
.i s in. Benjamin, oi C i deli, <' i
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[ome for the
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Jcwisi) fhrkfori
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE
., .^h^kbTgivbn that
f. ,) flctltlou; nams of
' ... en and Luncheon-
n nth Street, West
,J, i, .Intend to reftaterjjld
V, i i. Cleric of the ClrouH
I' >.,|. County, Florida.
I( "haWij SHATTER
l-lli SHAFFER
,iy\l \\ reingOLD
as AND ROSEN
fftor Plaintiff*
-ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
'* NAME LAW
,-y is HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to engage in
under Hit fictitious name of
.",h, AUTO DRIVING
nAM' DRIVER CLINIC at
Boulevard at 29th Street.
fnorida Intends to register
,;. ih the ClorK of the
niirt of l>adc County, Florida.
W l 11'.ill i CARLSON
r.g MM.'lt ft FLOYD,
I for xv .1 (Kill) Carson
Bacayne nuiiding,
Hoi Ida
: I
llCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
T NAME LAW
k: is HEREBY GIVEN that
[ iing to engage In
[ undt i "'' fictitious name of
HUMS I'ltlNTING & I'ER-
IZlXii at 720 Washington
M m Bi a !i. Florida, ln-
- ill name with the
i thl Circuit Court of Dade
IFloi Ida
CLARENCE AHRAMSON
|Y WOOLF
for Applicant
oln Ri d
[each, 1-
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AN1> FOR DADE ..... NTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No!
26850.
In It.-: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM IRA KERRY,
I ieceased.
To ah Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Toll, and each of you, are hereb]
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of.WILLIAM Ilt.\ KERRY, de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F\ BLANTON, County
Judge of Dads County, and file the
same In his office In the County Court-
house lu Dade County, Florida, wlthm
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claim* or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will l,e bailed.
l>ate January 22, A.D. 1951.
JOSEPH I'A III xi.
As Administrator of the Batata of
WILLIAM iiia HEititY, Deceased.
J. F\ GORDON
914 Seybold Kulldlng
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Administrator
1/26 2/2-9-16
kCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
| Ing to engage In
(under the fictitious name of
|ATE 'ENTRE c o Palms
s i '... Highway, South
Florida, Intend
. with the Clerk
i| I Mile County,
-. \. FREEDMAN
STANLEY RASKIN
AMY FREEDMAN
i.i.aym: RASKIN
I
. for m11 parties
y!-9
|CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
\ Ing to engage in
lunder the iietitious name of
H, DISCOUNT COMPANY
L) at 1151 N W. Sfith Street,
I la, Intend oo reg-
name with the clerk of the
' el. County, Florida.
SIDNEY CRUISER
l.||i:s si-ECTOR
LI VNOFF
' ii \ llcant
R id
! i
f>TICE TO CREDITORS
V JUDGE'S COURT
M' For DADE COUNTY,
IN 1'P.ijBATE, No.
B8TATE OP
IN SAM PAOAN,
and All Persons Hav-
n ands Against said
'r'] of you, are hereby
I to present any
I1 I which you, or
ina> have against the
I 'ON SAM FAOAN,
i id. County, Florida,
I' BLANTON, County
iini file the
the ('ounty Court-
inty, Florida, within
E onths from the date
I atioii hereof. Said
ontaln the legal
i' and to be
nted as aforesaid,
haired. See Section
Probate Act.
\ l> 1951.
s HERSHBEIN,
ii x of the Estate of
i,,^.\M FAOAN. I'.
Hl.l.MW & KAPLAN
Administratrix
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 13S01S.
IN RE
AIX>PTION OF" MINOR CHILD,
SUSAN DALE WHEELER.
T.....K EDWARD LEO WHEELER
251 Bommer Btreel
Lynn. Massachusetts
Y'ou will please take notice that a
Petition has been filed for the Adop-
tion of SUSAN DALE WHEELER
and you are hereby directed to show
cause why said Petition should not
be granted by filing your Answer with
the Clerk of this Court and by serving
a copy of said Answer on Petitioner's
attorney on the II daj of January,
1951.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Petitioner
1X0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, F'lorida
1/26 2/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
........ NAME LAW
NOI K a is HEREBY GIVEN thai
1 undersigned, desiring to engag.Tin
bisuiess under the fictitious nSme of
southern Merchandise al 135 18th
street. Miami Beach, Florida, intend
t.. register said name with the Clerk
Florida '"'"" '''"""' "' "'"''' '''"""
DAVID ISRAEL
IRVING WISCH
GEORGE KATZ
1/19-26 2/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
iv J,,T'CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH judicial CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND For DADE
,.,-,'-!, TV- ~~ IN CHANCERY, No.
R9?hW TAL'B. Plaintiff, vs. MAX
I AI K. Defendant.
TO: MAX TAUB,
' o st Prancla Hotel,
47th Street & Broadway,
New Y'ork City, New York.
You are required to serve a copv of
your answer-to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19 day of
February, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the
Kill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
16 day of January, 1951.
B. K. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: M. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
102a Beybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business miller the fictitious name of
FAIRLAWN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY
at No. iS2 Southwest |2nd Avenue, In
the City of Miami, Florida. Intends
to register said name with th,
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MILTON KRF:iWALD.
Sole Owner
MURRAY GOODMAN,
Attorney at law
914 Olympia Kulldlng
Miami, Florida.
1/12-19-26 2/2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The 20th Street Self Service Laundry
and Dry Cleaning Agency at SOS N.W.
20th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NATHAN AARON
PAUL, FOX
1/26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is hf:rf:ky GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAYFAIR ACAHKMY F'OR LITTLE
FOLK'S it MM Kay Harbor Terrace.
Miami Reach. Florida. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BARBARA MAYFAIR
(sole owner)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
1/26 2/2-9-16
notice by publication
in the circuit court of" titf:
f:li:vf:ntii judicial circuit
in and for dade county,
FLORIDA. in CHANCERY, NO.
ir.949.
MARIA J. J LAN DRY. Plaintiff, vs.
ROGER LAN dry. Defendant
TO ROGER LANDRY, DEFENDANT:
Y'ou an- required to serve a copy
of your Answr to the Kill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiffs attorney,
Morton ROTHENBERG, ISO Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on iu- before
February 16. 1961; otherwise, said Bin
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 16 day of January, A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
F'rasier's Trailer Coach Haven at S.
Dixie Highway & Chapman Field, In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOHN TltAlinl.il
FRIEDA TRAliOLD
Owners
EDWARD H. LEVIN
Attorney for Applicants
1717 Congress Bldg.
1/12-19-26 2/2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND mil DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
252X9
in Re: ESTATE of
Fl> IRA L. BROWN,
Deceased
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Flora L. Brown, deceased,
late of Miami, Dade County. Florida,
to the Hon. W. F". Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the Probate Act.
Date January 4. A.D. 1951.
HELEN I. KRi IWN,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Flora L. Brown,
Deceased.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
1/12-19-26 2/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THF1 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EI.KVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
137812.
MICHAEL, ANGF:i,ICO. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY ANGELICO, Defendant.
SUIT F'OR DIVORCE
TO: MARY ANGELICO
c/o MARY ABEDELAHAD
423 East 115th Street
New York City. New Y'ork
You MARY' ANGELICO, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, KEN ESSEN. ESQ., 823
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 fail to do SO,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11 dav of Jan., A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, F"lorida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FTXJRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
137834.
BKKNAKD FELDMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
ELSIE FELDMAN, Defendant.
Y'ou, KI<8!F: FELDMAN, 2101 75th
8treet, Brooklyn, New York, are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Bill of Complaint for divorce
on plaintiff's attorney and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
tins Court on or before F'ebruary 10,
1951. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated January 11, 1951.
E. B IJCATHERMAN. Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF* THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. IJ7698
FLORENCE SCHWEITZER, Plaintiff,
vs. HAROLD SCHWEITZER, De-
fendant.
TO: HAROLD SCHWEITZER
2311 7 Street
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys
and file the original answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Mil day of
February, 1951, in the above entitled
cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree
Pro Confesso will be entered against
you.
DATFID: this 5th day of January,
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
DE COSTA S. MAER & F"LoYD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
607-8 Blscayne Building
Miami 32, Florida
By: WALLACE N. MAER
Of Counsel
1/12-19-26 2/2
BEN ESSEN, V.SQ.,
823 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/19-26 2/2-9
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
oo 0F PUBLICATION
'.11!'TIT COURT OF THE
'Til JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
- in CHANCERY, No.
P!.[ru I'l.'lntiff. vs.
[..s smith Defendant.
[ -MITH
I 1.111.1
I e hereby ordered and re-
r\e ., copy ,,f your answer
, "f omplalnl for Divorce,
I".;;'.''" ii s enclosed herewith,
- attorney, and file the
Office of the Clerk of
"" ourl ,,f Da.le County,
in or before the Slat dav of
1 ji, otherwise the allega -
Bill will be take,, ai
Florida, this 22hd day
!;' B LEATHERMAN.
, "f the Circuit Court.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PALMS MOTEL at 6600 S. Dixie
Highway, South Miami. Dade County.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL B. FREEDMAN
STANLEY RASKIN
AMY FREEDMAN
KI.AYNE RASKIN
GENET a.- GENET
Attorneys for all parties
1/19-26 2/2-9
B WM. W.
' RAND
' '- Plaintiff
1 Building
lorida
ST' CKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND F-OR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
In Re: ESTATE OF ABRAHAM. N.
GOODMAN, also known as ABRA-
HAM COOIMAN. ABE GOODMAN,
and A N GOODMAN, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Instate: .
Y'ou, and each of you, are hereto
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ABRAHAM N GOODMAN.
etc.. deceased, late of Miami BOBCD,
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F\ Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his office
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, F'lorida. within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, said claims or de-
mands to centals the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same win
be bailed See Section IM of the 1913
Probate Act. ,.,
D,eJnuaryn...b.:A..Vi.;;;iAX
^:r>A,H^,T,c;,i.DMAN,;',al'o
known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN,
ABE GOODMAN, and A. N. GOOD-
M \ N. 1'. eased.
IRVING CYPEN,
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
1/19-26 2/2-9 _________
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
1/19-26 2/2-9
II. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF F'J.oRIDA. IN AND F'OR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
137S1.1.
JOSEPHINE GRSKUVICH, Plaintiff.
vs. JOSEPH CRSKOVICH, De-
fendant
SUIT F'oR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH GRSKoVICH
I2S West 13rd Street
New York city. N. V
Y'ou, JOSEPH c.RSKOVICH, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you. nnd you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney. Ben lOssen, 823
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 F"eb.,
1951. If you fall to do ho, judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each ue.k for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND 0RDF:RF:D at Miami,
Fiorl.la, this 11 dav of Jan., A.D. 1951.
B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
BEN ESSEN
8U Be) bold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attornev for Plaintiff
1/19-26 2/2-9
STOCK INC.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sabal Palm Bendlx I-aundryette at
S187 N. E 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
CUn,y'NHtsr"LENA ROSENKAUM.
Sole Owner
1/5-12-19-26 _____
"UN & COMPANY
1^
PERSONAL I
J AND f
PT'sBbI COMMERCIAL |
^^gfl COVERAGES I
PHONE 9-3836 I
IB N. C 2nd T. MIAMI sa. ri.*- J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigns I. desiring to em
business lllldel th* fictitious IKllCe Ol
Concnnnon's Bar al H N W. Is) Street,
intends to register said name WltB
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i mtj. I'l'" Ida
CIVIC BAR INC.
\ Florida Corp owner
MYERS. HEIM VN .V K WLAN
for Applicant
Beybold Bldg.
J U-1 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice: is hf;rf:ky' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Frank's Liquor Bar at 2108 Red Road.
MONTAGUE MAX VA.NTON, De-
Mlaml, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
PRANK HAMPSEY.
Sole Owner
BERICK AND SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicant
426 Lincoln Rd.
1/5-12-19-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICF3 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAYEMOOR at 218 N.E. ISnd Sir., t.
Miami, F'lorida. intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. F'lorida.
RAYE TEITELBAUM
Sole Owner
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Itaye Teltelbaum
1010 Congress Building
Miami, FTa.
1/12-19-LM I 2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OP THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 137700.
JOSEPH OSHEROFF and ANNA
OSHBROPF, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
SAM LEVIN and ACDREY I.
LEVIN, also known as AUDREY
LEVIN, his wife, Defendants.
To: SAM LEVIN and
AUDREY L. LEVIN,
:;; HARVARD
UNIVERSITY CITY, MISSOURI.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Kill of Complaint
leaving for Declaratory Decree and
Other Relief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney
and to file the original Answer in the
Office of tho Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 12 day of
February. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the
BUI of Complaint heretofore filed
herein will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this j
day of January, 1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 iade C.iinty, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. w.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
KI.KVKXTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND F'OR DADE COUNTY,
F'LORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
1S7TM.
ANITA It. ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
LEON R08ENBERG, Defendant.
TO I.ICON ROSENBERC.
DEFENDANT:
Y'ou are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon plaintiffs attorney, MORTON
ROTHENBERG, 4<0 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Feb-
ruary 8. 1951: otherwise, said Bill will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 8 day of January, A.D.
1951.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court S'eal)
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, IN AND F'OR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
136282- D.
CHAIM SHEPSEL GRUSKY, Plain-
tiff, vs. TILLY GRUSKY, Defendant.
go: TILLY GRUSKY
Ri sldence Unknown
You are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney, and to file the original
answer In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
:, day of February, AJ). IM1: othcr-
arlse, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taken
as confessed by ) ou. .
Dated at Miami. F'loiida, this the 3
day of January. 1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
< 'I. vk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: wm. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 pbi Id Bids;., Miami, F'la.
1/5-U-19-2G
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs' Solicitor:
NORMAN R LYONS,
914 Olyjnpla Bldg.
Miami, Florida.
1/12-19-26 2 -'
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
A.IAX OPTICAL MFG. CO. (Not In I
at 5421-542.'! North West 2nd Avenue.
Miami. F'lorida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY 8. STEIN
BENJAMIN K STEIN
JULIUS EDINSON
ELRY STONE
Attorney for
AJAX OPTICAL MFG. CO. (Not Inc.)
1010 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
l 5-12-19-81
vs.
De-
are
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Hi" FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY'. IN CHANCERY, No.
SHIRLEY VANTON, Plaintiff,
MONTAGUE MAX VANTON,
fondant.
SUIT F'OR DIVORCE
TO: Montague Max Vanton
12031 Hoffman Street
Studio city. California
Y'ou Montague Max Vanton
hereby notified that a BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. add you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. Ken Essen. Hsq..
sl'I s.ybold Bldg., Miami. F'lorida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading:
In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the I day
of Feb., 1951. If yon fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published once
each wees foi f 11 consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
i i. this I da) of Jan A.D, 1981.
B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
B] WM. w.
BEN ESSEN
Attorn,> for Plaintiff
.-.bold Bldg.,
Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/5-12-19-26
STi iCKINC.
Deputy Clerk.
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