<%BANNER%>

The Jewish Floridian ( February 2, 1951 )

UFJUD

PAGE 1

^wiislUEIIiDiciidliiQun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY IME 24NUMBER 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS pian I nderground Heroine Will Kamp Raps ADL {Ol ftpr ma") War Cress Seeurity Luncheon I u.-sday At Defense Meet \~} ""J a Daman, Catholic heroine [ Belgian underground, who nn extensive tour of Israel" he Arab states last year, eadline the security lunchbe >;iven by the women's jit of the Combined Jewish on Tuesday. February 6. noon at the Casablanca Sol H. Leslie, chairman. Lees that the slogan for the | is "$51 Plus—In '51." AsMrs. Leslie with arrangeare Mrs. Fred Jonas and lenrv Seitlin, co-chairmen. Tuesday I At Defense Meet Alex Libow were co-chairmen of WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The | NlllinAK PrPPfl the event. | Women's Patriotic Conference on I VI I IUIJ IVVU Quentin Reynolds, eminent j National Defense, now meeting newspaperman, author and leej here at the Hotel Statler with the turer. who recently returned from : reported participation of 34 large his eighth trip to Israel, spoke to national women's organizations, more than 200 leaders of the Jewwas told by Joseph P. Kamp, who ish community Tuesday night at has long been aligned with the a dinner at the Westview Country country's most prominent antiClub. The affair launched the Semites, that the B'nai B'rith's special gift phase of the campaign. In his informal talk, Reynolds declared that aid to Israel 'should not be exclusively a Jewish vsW t but f ou,d ..! 5e Tf derd Daman, who escorted 63 ; ?f vital importance to all AmerAfrican Jewish children lca s : t.-. n -c. ,..„„ „I„J„„J A total of SD4.975 was pledged to the fund, bringing the total raised to date to $539,942. Herbert E. Seher was chairman of the affair. .".....-.. L. til < -. .V *_* 11(11 *_* 1 ..1 Anti-Defamation League is even more dangerous to this country than the Communists. Kamp, who served a prison term for contempt of Congress and is now under citation for contempt of the Buchanan Lobby Investigating committee, was one of the principal speakers at the conference. The Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans was listed as a participant in the conference. Marseilles to Israel, spent weeks in the Jewish state. |heie. she visited immigrant agricultural centers and fcd cities. During her stay Bel. she renewed her acBnce with many Jews from rn who owe their lives to [ill in eluding the Gestapo. Daman will also speak at nunr division brunch on February 11. in the King T Room of the Saxcnv Ho, NEW YORK, (JTA) — The of constructive work in Israel can i Danbaum is chairman of American section of the Jewish ; legitimately lay claims to public ir ] Agency for the first time this support in the United States. Id Shapiro will address week placed a paid advertisement: .. But •• the Agency warns, "ocirs of the insurance diviin the general press here, warn. casiona n y individuals and organr .._ J :_:__. I .u„„. incf aPHinst unauthorized Cam: ;..n„-. launch new ramn: Jewish Agency Warns Against Unauthorized Appeals For Israel ol mi: insurance uivi••• -•-m ,~r 4 u I A ^nn-, %  '"""; ,..u,..^*.*..~ -— „.„_-. i fund-raising luncheon ing against unauthorized cam, izations i aun ch new campaigns in I Hearth Restaurant. 1549 campaigns for Israel. Contributors %  behalf 0 f T srae l enterprises of Leton Ave., Miami Beach, are urged to examine carefully | special and limited character. r-_i • io -„„~ thp Hair Drwai s T n ese enterprises are not always constructive and the claims put forward on their behalf are not always warranted by the facts." The announcement points out that the Jewish Agency set up a year ago a special committee on BKton Ave., Miami r>eacn, ••• %  •— ----„„„„By, February 2, at 12 noon, the claims put f rwa r d T ^f ""_* jjes of $10,000 were made other than the United Jewish ApfeuSr^itoXTti Emphasizing that the main fcablanca Hotel Helen channel for AmjriMn Jewry's an Douglas, for three terms ( P" n !" P I S 8U P^ rt A 0 'Jf/ 1 ael t J! h-csswornan from California j the United jp**' M£*J ** fted actress, was principal Agency f* !" *'^ and authorization of Ir. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, certain o hejwgoriaia traditions campaigns for the purpose of inlidney Lefcourt and Mrs. ti ons with establish ed traditions !" st P ga ng al proposed campaigns in behalf of Israel with a view to establishing the validity of their claims and their general usefulness. It urges contributors to check with this committee whenever they are in doubt about any organization other than the United Jewish Appeal. icil Women To Hear Nat'l Leaders ii Section of the National ll of Jewish Women will pst to its national president, Irving M. Engel, of New City, from February 7 to 10. till be honor guest and perience in immigration work and is recognized as one of the country's leading authorities in the field. As chairman of councils national committee on service to foreign born in 1946, she took a leading part in merging the council's national service to foreign ll speaker at a meeting on born department with the former iday, February 7, at 8:15 National Refugee Service to form Temple Beth Sholom. Her tne Tj n j te d Service for New will be "Council 1951." Amer i ca ns. iption in the temple patio; ^ twQ years she serve d as Mow. chairman of both the board of al invitations to the meet.directors and the executive com•e been issued to Wm. D. mittec 0 f United Service for New president of the Greater Amer i ca ns and is now a member of its executive committee. She is a director of the recently organ; ized New York Association for ations; and Mrs. Fred New Americans, and a member ol president of the Dade[ tne board 0 f the University-Insti|tion of Women's Clubs. | ^ u t e -Technion. Leon Kronish will be host becoming president of :vening and offer the inNational Council of Jewish '" Women. Mrs. Engel served as a Engel, nationally promi. nat i 0 nal vice president and ctiairwelfare, civic and reliman 0 f its executive committee. '"*"*" She is a past vice president i ; me uMiucioiuP j


PAGE 1

PAJSE2A +Je*tdJh£is&&L FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. lasi Note Tucked In Raincoat Will Provide Trip To America For Chen Sergeant BOSTON (AJP)—A tiny note tueked away in the pocket of a raincoat many thousands of miles away in Israel will provide a cute young sergeant in the Chen (Women's Army of Israel) with a free oll-expenses-paid trip to the United States and this famed Hub City, it was disclosed this week. The amazing story of a generous Amei ican manufacturer's surprise plan was unfolded here this week. It began months ago when Fred Monosson, visited Israel. As fate would have it Monosson, a raincoat manufacturer, was to view the Chen parading in the rain. They were not wearing raincoats. Inquiring, the manufacturer learned that there were no raincoats for the Chen. Once back in B )ston, Monosson. a prominent Zionist, set I > work manufacturing sample-;. He forwarded them to Israel where the Quartermaster Corps of the Chen approved the nndel. With the assistance of another plant, Monosson's firm supplied the entire Chen with raincoats. But it didn't quite satisfy the generous Zionisl With the approval of th v of Jeru' salem, Reuven Shribman, M in *s in hit on the idea of placing a note in the pockit of one of the thousands of raincoats, making i tile a trip to the United States fin ime fortunate, ; I tic Israeli young Chen. Sgt. Shoulamith Paz, of Petah Tiqva, was on< of thousands of girls lined-up before a supply depot one early morning last November to receive winter issue. Both llavid To Honor Rabbi Beth David Congregation will honor Rabbi Max Shapiro at a reception on Sunday, February 11 at 8 p.m. at the synagogue. The occasion will mark the completion of the rabbi's eighteenth year of service to the pioneer congregation. In Hebrew 18 is "Chai" which means "life" and traditionally marks the completion of one-nail of a man's active life. Hence the anniversary has a special significance. Rabbi Shapiro has served on the faculty at the University of Miami and has represented the Jewish community on the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. In 1944 he was elected the only delegate from this area to the World Jewish Congress and to the American Jewish Conference. One of the founders of the Zionist Organization of America in this area, the rabbi has participated in all major community affairs. Date Changed Ogden Nash, nationally known humorous poet, will appear on the Hollywood Jewish Center Forum Series on Sunday. February 4, at 815 p.m.. instead of February 11 as originally scheduled, according to Abraham J. Salter and A. Jack Home, co-chairmen of the series. Mark Tu Bishevat Pioneer Women Club No. One of Miami Beach marked Tu Bishevat at a Malave Malke on Saturday. January 27. at 7:30 p.m. at the Israel Restaurant, 756 Washington Ave. J. Shutkin of the Jewish National Fund was principal speaker. will Board To Meet Mrs. Irving Frankel will open her home at 795 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach at 10 a.m. on Sundajr, February 4, to members of the board of "directors of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman of the board, will preside. Klein To Head Beach Red Cross Drive Maurice "Doc" Klein. Miami Beach councilman, has been named chairman of the M Beach division for the Red Ci •campaign in March. Klein is p..mander of 85, American Legion: past Among the items was a raincoal si I mander of the J' made in the U.S.A. Inspecting ie war Veterans; twice commander Tar of be American-bound shortly. many civic groups. He is also chief warden for the Dade CounKarpen To Speak For ty civil Defense o Young Israel Appeal ? thc l fense P I am c nv ,....,,. ... ,.._ w..j..,. ,„..|,n,i,. 6 UK war veterans; twice commamu pockets casually, Sergeant Paz I of the Miami Beach Jewish Ws ci scovered .. note THE .note. ,. The attractive little Chen will Vetl ,nd ls a rnemoer c I Klein d c "II Hotel E ... B participat i lefe: The K !z Is one out \ parl Council I Red Cross—firsl %  n, tun I and n 1 )T %  numAr. in\ f the \ %  •: ) %  'ems facing the youth of ] to step u was made by Rabbi £ Weiss, n reel Youi means th I Is ael, and Eli, 51 to raisi ',' than we did I Eretz Isi lei Fund spon greater H^^wSi^c 1 "" 8 at ; This can >'• Phshed if ,;: : ;:' v.-e have enough Martin T^LP • ., cnou 8 h P^P'* and ask them to 1 ,; 1 Y?.„na %  '/ tlC gIVe We nee


PAGE 1

r mV _rEBRUABV 2, 1951 +JentrkrMir>n PAGE 3 A I'll Say th the demise of Isidor Cohen in his 80th year, are few pioneers left in Miami who can recall noes that preceded completion of the much I about railroad, which would some day conu tpost 01 about 100 settlers with the g M hevond Few old timers can remember the WO u day when, amidst flag waving and speech „* an P.E.C. locomotive pulling several coaches ''.","'"lv built tracks, steamed into the wooden Bttlement near Ft. Dallas. -he Early Settlement. n many oldsters describe the spirited debates .pr cracker barrels in country stores between the lions that were taking form. The "railThe Passing Of A Pioneer By HARRY SIMONHOFF 1 -• r I he had just completed. But the opposition :• They chose the name Miami, after the river folks said meant sweet water in the Indian ...ie. The Chartered City. In 1893. Isidor Cohen came to the tiny settlement near Biscayne Bay. He assisted in drawing for the 7, A 'n of Miami the charter which was granted in 1896. The young pioneer found the future city con[ waste land, which a beneficent government jiving gratis to qualified homesteaders in 160 icts. When he died, the hamlet on the river had .-xpanded to a cluster of cities harboring i million souls. Listening to Mr. Cohen's deof early days, one realized the gigantic ;n the world during his lifetime. Corirorcrsiul Issues. Y • example, there was much wrangling as to v -hetl ''Is in the new town should be narrow The group favoring narrow streets won on the theory that tourists, chiefly older people, : it difficult to cross broad thoroughfares. i issibilities of the new questionable wagon without horses were completely overlooked. No one could iee in what way the impracticable automobile could change living conditions and affect our entire civilization. Self Made and Selj Taught. Mr. C In n had the necessary patience, endurance, and optimism for a pioneer. Public spirited, he took an active interest in politics, which in the final sis means the democratic process in action. He liked people, and thus found pleasure and stimulation in social intercourse and civic duties. During the long summer months, when business and fraternal activities were at a standstill, he whiled away the hot hours in re iding voraciously. Ti.is pastime was rewarding. Books filled some gaps in the education of the self-taught, self-made immigrant. Reading also gave him mastery over English, which he could never acquire in his Russian birthplace. He developed a flare for writing. Both newspapers recognized his journalistic talents and gladly printed his readable, personalized articles. The Jewish Leader. Upon Mr. Cohen's passing, the tributes of press and radio demonstrate the high esteem in which he was held bv the Gentile public. Yet as Jewish settlers began to trickle into the growing town, leadership became the inevitable role of the pioneer, who had standing and influence with the Christian population. For a generation, he was the undisputed head of the growing community. All Jewish activities centered around him. Under his leadership the first congregation was formed. And when David Afremow donated $5,000. the building on N. W. 3rd Avenue and 2nd Street was acquired from the Methodist Church and named Beth David Synagogue. The Expanding Community. As the congregation grew, the usual schisms arose. A faction inclined towards reform found the established service too Orthodox. They fell away and founded Temple Israel in 1922. Subsequently the orthodox wing considered the mother Synagogue too modern. They withdrew and started the Miami Orthodox Congregation, which is now called Beth EL f Throughout these and other heated controversies, Mr. Cohen bore the brunt of the battle, a partisan, courageous fighter, too intense for half measures or for compromise. ; Cooperation and Achievements. A saving common sense, however, was among Mr. Cohen's basic virtues. As the community grew, he nalized the day for one man leadership was over. He mellowed and became cooperative with the new forces pressing forward. He worked diligently with US in the Allied Jewish Campaign in 1926. which raised $75,000 in pledges, a large sum for a small community during a time when the Keren Hayesod could scarcely secure $1,000,000 throughout all these United States. In the midst of the hectic boom. Mr. Cohen took a leading part in founding Sholem Lodge of the B'nai, B'rith. During the following year, he assisted us newcomers in forming the Miami Zionist District. Anti-Semitism was disturbing and vexatious. He suffered pain on hearing stories about many pioneer pals, who were not nearly as friendly to Jews In general as to him personally. His deepest concern was keeping the Jewish name honorable. Trie Author and the Boom. It is fitting to comment upon a curious quirk in Mr. Cohen's make-up. He was never too fond of money and consequently not over eager to amass riches. But he had a unique opportunity. When the greatest land boom in history zoomed into gigantic proportions in 1925. Isidor Cohen was the outstanding Jew in the Miami area. His connections with old timers, his knowledge of real estate, his standing with influential people should have netted him millions. But he withdrew from business and social activities and devoted his energies to writing about the origins of Miami, a subject he knew very well. Thus while newcomers were making fortunes daily, Isidor Cohen produced his Historical Sketches and Sidelights of Miami, a book that is source material of early Miami, its founders, its people, its politics, its civic and fraternal life. Ilr. n p iser Sh lem Aleichem which is il the world. He itti 11 many song books. "Fl id.ly Ever: "Jewish Songster" and an i Praise fur Sabbath E. the Jewish Theologiminary of America conupon him an honorary te di gree "in recognition vices to the Jewish com: '.." Greta Andron Heads Campus Honorary Sisterhood Will Install Mrs. Skop Mrs, Morris A. Skop will be lied as president of SisterChesed Shel Emess at ccreon Saturday. February 3, p.m. at the Miami Hebrew 1 and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will serve tailing officer, and Rabbi M irria A. Skop will be featured speaker. Other to be seated at the rites are Mrs. Israel Goldberg, vice I lent; Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1 ling and corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lena Snyder, financial secretary; Mrs. Sarah Stme. treasurer. Greta Andron. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David S. Andron of Miami Beach, was elected president of Trianon, co-ed honorary fraternity at the University of Florida. "Greta, who is a senior majoring in speech, is also vice president of National Collegiate Players, secretary of Florida Players, charter member of Radio Guild., featured column;.', of the Allia itor, campus newspaper, and member of the editorial staff of the Seminole, annual university publication, Gator Growl execu%  live in charge of homecoming and I chairman of Pep Club. A graduate of Miami Beach Hi i School, Greta served e litor-in-chief "f the school annual, Typhoon, vice president of National Honor Society, president of Harlequines (dramatic socii president of National Thespians land had the highest scholastic average in her class. She was voted "student who had done most for Miami Beach High School, best all round student and wittiest student." Trianon symbolizes scholarship, leadership and service, and is the highest honor Florida women can attain. All girls chosen for membership must possess a very high scholastic average and a distinguished record on the campus. Plan Barn Dance The Women's Activities Committee of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center is formulating plans for a barn dance to be held February 24 at the center, 50 N.W. 51st. Place, according to Mrs. Ben Clein, chairman. Mrs Jesse Freed is chairman of the event. Assisting her are Mrs Jack Whitman and Mrs. JacK Cohen. Mrs. Whitman has also been named chairman of the unit s donor affair to be held >" March. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the center. I Young People To Hold Bowery flflte Board Meeting Slated The board of the Sholem Women of B'nai B'rith will meet Tuesday. February 6, at 11 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Toback. 5130 Donatello. Coral Gables. Brunch will be served. Temple Isaiah Young People's League will sponsor a "Bowery Nite Party" on Sunday, February 4, at 9 p.m. at the Town and Beach Club. The affair will feature singing Soda i Evening Slated waiters, can can girls, old-time songs and dancing. Nat Etkins is chairman. Assisting him are Al Kreisler, door; Bob Talyman, entertaiment; Ruth Pett, and props; Elaine Hardt, public The Adult Social Group of the M ami Jewish Community Center will hold a social evening at the ter on Saturday. February 3, %  8:30 p.m. Games, refreshments and dancing are on tl i.__ Greta Andron Mrs. Liebman To Speak Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman, principal of South Beach Elementary School, will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood on Tuesday, February 6. Her subject will be "The Need for Religious Education in Child Training. >* it m HOTEL ttJ^lj ~ 411 0ce !•''• ^ III, Nathan Ginsburg Pioudl/ Presenfs (he Only KOSHER DINING ROOM Under Direcl Supervision of (D Dessert Card Party Will Aid Hospital Know-Your-Neighbor Club is sponsoring a dessert card party for the Variety Children s Hospital on Friday. February 9, at 1 p.m. at the Variety Club atop the Alcazar Hotel. Reservations may be maae Dy calling Ann Callett. at 9-9836 or Mrs. Mabelle Lord at 78-9o40. SI taste ROKEACH BORSCHT ^ !" ^^^4tTst., Miami Phon. 1Scientific* Kquipment SKILLED MECHANICS Guaranteed Workmanship Drive In Today — Save Wear and Tear on Your Tires WHEELS ALIGNED Any Make Car $2 4 9 ^^ m M -your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer 1 i_ .^P^V r vuiA MMMMMNT Tf .^ .-S"': fl W.FU8LMST. PHONE9-M4I 2300 N.W. 7th AVI. WONf 2-MOS



PAGE 1

PAGE 4 A +Jewistifk)ridiar7 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 195! %  .'; EDITORIAL Isidor 4ah 4' II Isidor Cohen, pioneer Miamian, passed away Friday. His passing leaves a sadness in the mind and hearts of many. He was one of the first Jews to set foot on Miami soil back in 1893 and from the first day took an active part in every phase of the city's activities. He played a major role in the gorwth and planning of Miami, little realizing the Miami that was yet to come. And as he struggled for the progress and growth of Miami he likewise saw to it that the needs of the Jews who settled here were provided for. The establishing of a place of worship and a social service bureau were among those endeavors he created. Mr. Cohen was a pioneer in the true sense of the word and his passing takes from our midst one of the remaining Jews who helped write the first chapters of the history of the fastest growing community in the country. Isidor Cohen pioneered and persevered and though years will pass his name will always rank at the top of the list of stalwarts who laid the foundation of a city whose maqic and Jewish life is known the world over. gpo if a til To Understand L-indesberg. the city where Hitler wrote "Mein Kcmpl," is, like the rest of Germany, saturated with the dung of the creature who hoped to enslave the world and eliminate every Jew from the face of the earth. That is the meaning of the demonstration which took place there this week by 3,000 Germans, who demanded the release of some twenty-four Nazi criminals awaiting execution in the city's jail for more than a year. The qood-hearted, merciful Germans just could not bear the idea of Nazis lingering in prison so long, and so they decided to voice their indignation through a protest against the injustice Of Of course, it never occurred to them that the offenders were convicted in Nuremberg by due process of law after having been given every oppoitunity to vindicate themselves and after making the court a platform for the dissemination of Nazi ideology. Nor did it occur to them that the THERE CAN BE NO EVASION!— beasts in prison were sentenced to death for killing people—even though they were merely Jews. We appreciate German sensibilities. After all, losing Hitler and a war is too much for them. As to the decimination of six million Jews—we really did not expect them to react like human beings. For a people steeped in indecency and in the blood of its victims is not expected to show softness and remorse and sorrow and humaneness. And we do not expect it of them. What has happened in Landesberg, when 3,000 German demonstrators demanded the release of twenty-four murderers and then proceeded to pummel some three hundred Jews who protested against this sudden display of mercy by the erstwhile killers of six million of our people, is A Community Asset February, a month of notable birthdays, sees the celebration of a "birthday" in which all Americans can properly join. Boy Scout Week, February 6 to 12, reminds us that one of America's largest youth organizations has reached another milestone. Boy Scouts of America has reached its forty, first anniversary. Since February 8, 1910, more than 17,750,000 American boys and men have been influenced by the Scout Oath and Law. They have benefitted by using their leisure-time energies in outdoor living and activities of cultural and practical values which lead boys to become dependable men. Today over 2,750,000 boys and men are actively enrolled in over 75,000 different units. Fortunate indeed are communities where Scouting flourishes. American adults of good character give generously of their time to give leadership. Others help by raising funds and are members of Local Boy Scout Councils which in turn provide training for leaders, camp facilities, worthwhile year-round activities, personal advancement and opportunities for Scouts to render community service. In celebration of this birthday, the Boy Scouts are engaged in a nationwide clothing collection to meet emergency needs abroad, are stepping up their training for Civil Defense and are promoting greater interest in conserving the nation's natural resuorces. symotmatic of what is happening throughout Germany. A growing German clamor against war crimes prompted a review of all remaining cases. And just Wednesday John J. McCloy, U. S. High Commissioner, spared twenty-one German war criminals from the gallows. In so doing he said: "All these reviews have been designed to make sure that each defendant had the full benefit of a fair trial and of any possible legal appeals and of any grounds for clemency which could be asserted on his behalf," McCloy said. "I am satisfied that the dispositions now finally made are just to the individual and to society," he added. "I have striven to temper justice with mercy." Such action is hard to understand. The Psychologist Speaks Hr.Sc < I li Si c I' %  c I • %  ]. I hi I*. I 1 Dear D \ !:' I v> visit will jeumontl days, my hoi c becomes bed my cntld e a %  >• obea i il at there are ( mtinuous qua %  %  tween my pa %  a I i % % %  ;. I .-band and %  %  e any help you can of/,';on this problem? ANSWER: !i i rathe wi 11 known psychological Ca that the ticki ,i a iiifc. an already esi I Tit.-is 1 It b • • most probJ : handling tne ch then ; cipl I i expression I 0 erp Into rferei b ittsi hold in the plan ol already established with bildren. Y )u may I I ; '' <•••' "• i soft" by allowing the children too much I their play, and "messing up" of much Iged ''too %  : ted in ntradict ; %  %  ften 1 %  %  %  renl and to I %  lis%  :n their family life, wi. I is subtly or direct i ted. Children are easily confus they are confr inted with di\ f authorit fence in 1 v n then will naturally b. .'. %  a I do t all of us rould be %  < -d if both you and the %  %  1. Grandpan • I ? %  Y ou %  &f G dispute Ichildren in : or h< ..,£, *!£ ld infor !" al discussions with the grandp, n lhe absence of the grandchild] discuss all problems. If you all in calm and unemot such %  is will be beneficial 11 c mcerned. 3. Explani n can be made pected your i iduality as a child. Now you parent and V ive grown up with t id : n%  L'n5 ,; '• make a tion to the 1 ily. It ; %  than volunteer this ne, P' Hen volunteered help ,nv inappropriate tune. Gran 'Par' ••"can and should '" ,' % % % %  :e in your and among all c .ncerned svmi %  Letters Commend Itahbi >!>< liHnli Letters from national organiz.. tions paying tribute to Rabbi M Mescheloff on the occasion of the onial dinner being red in his hon p airing Rabbi Ever Joins Program Dinner Planned One uinne. on J. • ,, Goodman To Speak At Beach (enter I R, G Z I f 12 1 f Jewish Liv% %  10 p. m. • %  > %  •' %  ish Centi r, tures, which are open > the public, follow the adult %  : laid every Wed•'.%  'ay evening at 7:30 p. m Among the classes offered are elementary, intermediate and advanced Hebrew, a History Course ni Ve .S i', ,?V P onald Michelson of the Hillel Foundation and a course on the development of the il. economical and political life of Israel given by Seymour B Liebman, former director ol the economic commi v., ,! 7 i %  •: Organization of Amer jn A .!'' : nd lectures are held : building .i Cen" %  e ntrance on lue I Dov Membership Tea w :. Will in, according to Judge Bernard A. Frank, banquet chairman. Leading national Zionist, religious and educational or;: tions commend the scholi ncerity of the rabbi, who is being honored by Congregation Beth Jacob for t! I yi ars of spiritual leadership in immunity on Februarv 11. Irving Pietrack, violinist and and his |] i musical program for the ion,. Pietrack who \ pupil of Leopold Auer and inoff, completed a world I its at the age of 12 and made a place for himsell as a noted violinist and I His cantata. "Josh published in 1944, received world wide acclaim. The late noted philanthropist, Jacob Schiff, presented him with the rare Amati violin which he has used ever since, Sam Seherzler will present a number of vocal selections. Carole D'Arcy will be at the piano. The evening's program has been arranged and prepared by Harry Sonz and Saul Genet. M1 +Jewisli Meridian Published every Friday lince 1927 oy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. sixth atreet. Miami 18, Florida. EnMS,V a ond.class matter July *. 1*30, at the Poat Office of Miami, Ma., under the Act of March 3. 1879. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Ameri. cn Association of English.Jewish Newspapers, Florida Press Association. Th Jewish Flnrlillan dm-n n"* • a the Raahrutb of thi chandlse advertlMd in its column!. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year .00 Two Ye ars lb 00 FRED K. SHOCHET Edito r and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 Volume ?A Number 5 SHEVAT 2G. 5711 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951



PAGE 1

r mAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1951 fJewist) ncridian PAGE 5~A Zionist District (>uaranti>ON Delivery HI |nr<*el* In Israel Hy I'uriiii lives temporarily of the im%  Restrictiona on the number of rc els to friends and retain Israel have lifted because I —." Charles H Lee. Israeli news commentator for the Miami V.VM-\\ Zionist District, announced this week. ciding with this announcement is the statement from Alex Van Straaten district president, lhit the district, local agent for Service for Israel, Inc., has been notified of additional available food parcels which may be sent t 0 friends and relatives in Israel for Purim and Passover. Van Stranten said, "Delivery of special Passover packages is guaranteed in time for this holiday. Self-selected food items, such as only meat or butter or coffee or milk may be ordered from the district." To speed delivery, a certificate system is used, whereby a person in Greater Miami area wishing to send gift food to a friend or relative in Israel may send that food quickly and inexpensively merely by purchasing a certificate. Subsequently, in order to cater to the desires of individuals who wish to send foods not included in sample tvpes which range in price from $10.50 to $38.50, a selfpacked program has been initiJCKS Plans Donor For February 25 are being made for the nnual donor dinner to be Gn ater Miami Auxilj a ry %  : Jewish Consumptives' ciety, on Sunday eveI ruary 25, at the Five O'C ick Club. Miami Beach. J( rry Puncher is chairman and Mrs. Max Storch co-chairman. Journal chairman is Mrs. Maury Poncher and treasurer is Mrs. Archie Mendelson. The local auxiliary has sent many patients from the tubercular wards in the Dade County hospitals to its non-sectarian sanitorium in Spivak, Colorado. Mrs. Maury Poncher, as case chairman, visits patients hospitalized in the local tubercular wards regularly and supplies them with their needs. Reservations for this donor dine being handled by Mrs. Hy Friedman, 48-5682; Mrs. Irving Stemerman, 83-7170; or Mrs. Jerry Poncher, 48-9497. ated. A donor may order only those food items which he wishes to send to his beneficiary in Israel and he pays only for those items, A strictly kosher parcel has been selected by nutrition experts in Is: ,irl to meet the specific n< eds of I rael babies. This fond package contains strained baby foods, whole milk powder, baby oatmeal, vitaminized orangeflavored syrup, egg powder and chopped junior foods, as well as other items. Food packages may be ordered at the Zionist Office. 235 Lincoln Road, Room 206. Circulars are available on request. Benefit Card Party Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women will sponsor a benefit card party on Sunday, Feb. 4 at 8 p.m. at Congregation Beth El, according to Mrs. Pearl Krieger, chairman. Proceeds will go to Israel. Formulating plans for the life luncheon to be given by the women's gift unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal ere (seated. L to r.) Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. Morris Skop. Mrs. I man, Mrs. Hirichel Leschel, secretary; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. David StoU. Mrs. Robert Rodenberg. Mrs, Abe Greenberg. Mrs. Emanuel Goldsxrich. Mrs. E. Albert Pallor. —Associated Photo I I BREAKSTONE'S FAMOUS SOUR CREAM COMES TO YOU IN A WONDERFUL NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COAS7ER Rabbi Skop To Speak Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be lest speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St. and Drive. Miami Beach, on lay, January 27. at 8 p.m. Rabbi Skop will speak on -.Martin Bu i and Hass idism." night, i! p.m.. Dr. u neer of New York will li >ii "Psychology for Better i. LEGAL NOTICE COLLECT MATCHED SETS Of 69OK 12 FOR LUXURT DINING N O BOTTLE RETURNS NO DEPOSITS-EXCLUSIVE "BLOSSOM" PATTERN-STURDY HEAVY DUTY GLASS NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT >K Til KLKVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DP I"I.< • 1:111.\, IN AND FOR HADE CuUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. ltd BSSEN, Plaintiff, vs. IIKRIIERT EBBEN, Defendant TO HERBERT ESfe'EN i o Typographical Union Ohrbach Irulldinn I in..ii Square and nth Street New York. N. V. ViMi are hereby notified that a of Complaint for Divorce haw filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer thereto on plaintiff's attorney. MARX M. FAIIER, 412 Congress Itullding, Miami, Florida, and file th Iglnal in the office of the Clerk


PAGE 1

PAGE 6 A +Jewish fhridfon "Strictly Neighbors >> By HELEN ALPERT ON THE RECORD: iU I've been wanting to register a certain observation tor t.iree weeks now and either it got bottled up. or I found I'd again written this column without including it. So I've reached out to corral this first paragraph for the purpose, because the observation holds interest for both me and you. And here it is:—For months on end. I once wrote a column for a Beach photo-weekly, and although it carried constant requests for news, practically nobody reacted except with advertising puffs. For example, I remember making an appeal for latest information on Rose Lawson. She'd been a popular hotel figure—I figured for an avalanche of mail. I got a fat silence. In huge contrast is this "Strictly Neighbors." Take the same appeal—"Anybody heard lately from Rose Lawson?"—and in came a fast telephone call from her own sister in Miami, whom I hadn't known of; plus five calls that week from Rose's friends who craved to hear what I'd heard • • And day after day. friendly voices ring me up to say they read Ihis column, or someone's slopped them on the street to call their attention to their name-in-print And this is truly a wonderful and unexpected experience for me. It's tremendously fine to feel that one is not writing into a vacuum. It's even finer to realize what a great set of peop'e inhabit some of our world. I welcome your news. I welcome you! SPOTLIGHT: At his favorite vacation home in the Atlantic Towers Hotel is ; IH'l POIl ull 1 OKI Nat Simon, hit-song creator of beautiful tunes like "Poinciana," "Trie | March wedding Old Lamplighter." "Coax Me a Little Bit." ".No Can Do" and a j d b Miss Honey-Miam keyboard full of Latin hits. Simon is a blue-eyed dynamo destined g ( r ,. w £ ( ^ engagement to Honey-Miam Serott Honey Scroll's being Julian L. Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Pearson of Montreal. lias been announced by her parents. Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Serott. 2-j:i2 S.W. 23rd St., and Montreal. The bride-elect attended McGill University in Canada and the University of Miami. Mr. Pearson is to be featured-guest throughout South Florida's week-long Poinciana Festival in June. His "Poinciana" tune, written in Manhattan, went untitled and unlyric'd until a friend sent him a postcard from here blazing a picture of the flame-tree. That clicked the whole business into shape, and put "Poinciana" straight into America's repertory of standard music. WEEKEND REVUE: For her Pinetree salon art show Saturday night. Mrs. Albert Pick dramatically wore the same bronze gown and draped shawl a graduate of McGill and the in which she'd posed for Reyna Ullman Youngcrman's full-length Whartoil School of Finance, Uniportrait of her ... I forgot to notice if Mrs. Jacques Salomon did a versity of Pennsylvania. ditto—her portrait, executed last year by Reyna, hung on an — %  > opposite wall, with numerous others brought for the occasion n ,L yinn!ct Tn Dipping in briefly on her way io the Kenilworth was Frieda Baum, *tdlll /JlUIII&la 1U in a rose-colored formal Center of a group wherever she went Wpflr TlldfTP Oka was Anna Brenner Meyers Fascinating neckline-rim on Manai **^ at tfuufec *-"* Zucca's black dress proved to be hand-carved ivory Chinese heads, > In observance of Jewish Music antiques from a Royal Collection, which were a royal gift to her ...' M"n'h. Judge Kenneth Oka will PEOPLE: s P nk on "The Jewish Contribute ...' „ „ 'tion to World Music" at the meetce „ uddcnai !" -aLsorto f on a spurt from Far Rockaway. is Arthur ing of the Miami Beach Zionist! Siegal whom all you kids recall from Miami Beach High. He's at j Luncheon Club on Wednesday. C.C.N.Y., now visiting his aunt, Mrs. Herman Cohen, between terms February 7. at 12:15 p. m. at Lin-; ... Close chum of Jay Perlmutter is the distinguished Herman coin Manor. Harold Shapiro, Goldstein, Griffin, Ga manufacturer, on vacation in Hollywood., chairman, has announced. Fla. Mr Goldstein used to be mayor of his town and is an authority ,„.,„„ nw „ ,.,,,„ „ r ^,„ taA on small-community prob.ems-and solutions: Sister ClarS LfifRnS'Sf S^ogtSi FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1951 -."s. Philip Gould Any more—? MAGIC FOR EVERYONE: "Magic for Everyone" is really the name of a book by Hereward Carnngton. ghost-story writer. It's been around my house for years and every so often I try my hand at making some of the tricks come to life. They never do. So don't get the book, gel "The Amazing Sin~!i C vT? ar d Ma r ce P honed in t0 offer "itself and his man will lead the singing. Charles S" 9 b S ^^ I"" 9 0 aS en, tainment for any Jewish H. Lee will report on Israeli news f,; J"9 an ,!? 3 on The benefit must be bona-fide. dassall. He's Daniel M. Broad will serve as fUlt copped another b.g success at the Palm Beach Mayflower Hotel, toastmaster for the afternoon Jn e y eP bo 0 x n 1o h ps rn ? 58 7469 Hope y U ^ haVe to menti !" Assisting Shapiro with Grangemenis are Paul Eisman. Sam ProsMiami Beach YM & WHA and is a member of the Miami Beach Masons and Optimists. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. chairI man of the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami, will introduce the speaker, and Jacob C. Fishterman and Irving Schatzman. £mtMf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS I I V. %  ;. Miami ] PI 58-25 J 01 5S-4S91 (E\ ) ion 0/ Greater M | 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Z. „ MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE M^ r Tit5tPiano SuattQt 4 CONCERT ARTISTS AT 4 CONCtRT GRANDS Airs. Sidney Tobin —Ardmore Studio Marcia Ellen Gutman, Sidney Tobin Wed At Beth David Miss Marcia Ellen Gutman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gutman. 2291 S. W. 17th St.. became the bride of Sidney Tobin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tobin. Pittsburgh, on December 24 at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro read the servi-re. Nora Dines was pianist; Carl Schramek. soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Shirley Ruth Brody was maid of honor. Howard Tobin. Pittsburgh, was best man for his brother. Ushers were Michael Gutman. Sam I.ubv. Jr.. Filbert Schwartz. Lenny Kaplan. Martin Stein and Alfred Rosen, the latter from Pittsburgh. Reception followed the cere-' mony at the home of the bride's • parents. Following a trip to Nassau, the couple is at home at 23. r > Santillane Ave.. Coral Gables. The former Miss Gut man is a r ? du '? le { Good Samaritan ; %  'if Nursing, West Palm Beach. The bridegroom attended the University of Pittsburgh and was graduated from the UniverI Miami. He is a member of 1 I Lambda Phi fraternity and was in the Navy Air Force. He now is an account executive with an tising firm. Constance Joy Getz Oito Bresky, Jr., Fiance Of Constance Joy Getz Betrothal of Miss Constance Joy Getz to Otto Bresky. Jr., son of the senior Breskys, 315 East Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach, and Chestnut Hill, Mass.. has been revealed by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Getz of Barrington and Highland Park. 111. A graduate of North Country Day School. Miss Getz attended Bennington College. She studied art in Florence, Italy, and was with Mrs. Breckenridge's Frontier Nursing Service in the Kentucky hills. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Choate Schoi attended Yale University and Babson Institute prior to going into the army air corps during the war. He is associated with his father, president of Rodney Milling Company, Kansas City. WANTED MAN WITH $3,500 For partnership in good going business. 89-7022 WANTED By Gentleman Middle-Aged Woman to take charge of child. Live in. Light housewoik. Call 83-3174 HOTEL RAMAZ Dining Room Open to the Public Msraei in ^ Miami iteavh • Cozy • Different • Atmosphere • Strictly Kosher WEISER Management 146 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2844 MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Sat., Feb. 10th. 8:30 P'ices: S3 69-3.08-2 4 Box Offid Now i. Peach Aucmoru 'ii c4l Wyner His Violin and Orchestra For AH Your Social Function PHONE 83-7581 £ Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Call: 3-1141 iirdine's %  Sunsfiuit 7tts/uo/U on Valentine's Day Feb. 14th give sweets to your sweet CANDY CUPBOARD Valentine Hearts B-L-dine-s own famous candies taste-tempting chocolates in attractive Valentine red-heart box 1 lb 1-75 2 lb. 3.50 Burdine's, Candies, Street Floor



PAGE 1

amAY-'rEB HUARY 2, 1951 +Je*istincrMfan PAGE 7 A Mrs personally Speaking jyjr and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik held the bris oi their son Barry Ljchard, a'' lheir horne 4295 RW> 2nd St The Rv. Sol Gross MS sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg, godparents; end Rabbi Philip Fried, mohel. ^ The b:is of Bernard Stewart Kestenbaum, son of Mr. and ; Norton Kestenbaum, 1241 Dickens Drive, Coral Gables, was .eld Sunday, January 21. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schcrffer served godparents, and M. Feinsod was sandek. Rabbi Philip Fried dieted. ^ ^ Houseguests of Mrs. S. Bass, 503 12th St., Miami Beach, are ,er daughter, Mrs. M. Van Tosh of New York, and Mrs. Samuel 'ocper of Charleston, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. E. Larick of New York are guests at the Robert ttichter Hotel. The visitors will be here for the next six weeks. En, Larick, a former local resident, is the sister of Mrs. Louis feientz of this city. M M Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder of Richmond, Va., announce ie birth of their third son, Jonathon Mark, on January 15. GrandlOther is Mrs. Ethel Shochet of this city. Shirley Herlz, former resident of Miami Beach now living in lew York, was entertained at a dinner and show given by Mr. bid Mrs. L. Haqen of 795 84th St., Miami Beach, in the patio of leir apartment. During her stay here, the New Yorker is the nest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Aaron Mr. and Mrs. Perry Marks, 4440 S.W. 2nd St., announce bris of their son, Kenneth Howard, held at their home on unday, January 21. Sandek was Norman Jonas; godmother, liriam Klor; godfather, Frank Marks; and mohel, Rabbi Philip tied. The bris of Jonathon David Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ty Cohen, 1700 S.W. 22nd Ave., was held last Thursday at home of his parents. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated Dr. end Mrs. M. A. Kleiman, 2368 S.W. 18th St., have as eir houseguests for the season the doctor's mother of Brooklyn, Y., and his cousin, Martha Juskowitz, and dauqhter, Barbara, | Bronx, N. Y. Mrs. Mcllie Green left Saturday for Mefuchen, N. J., to attend i pidyen haben of her grandson, Daniel Stanford Levine, 6on Mr. and Mrs. Leon Levine of Metuchen. The ceremony is pled for February 4. Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, 4514 Sheridian Ave., Miami. ach, announce the birth of a daughter, Maxine Hope, on tturday, January 27. The Kronishes are also the parents of Jo sons, Jordan and Ronald. %  Mr. and Mrs. David P. Catsman, 250 East San Marino Drive, lami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Julie, on %uaiy 19 at Jacksos Memorial Hospital. M IJM mq ceremonies f or p aula Weisman, dauahter of Mr., Id Mrs. Charles Weisman, 10840 N.W. 5th Ave., Miami Shores. Jre recently held at the North Dade Jewish Center. u Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mufson, 563 West 49th St., Miami i ach, cr.nounce the birth of their first child, a son David Ethan,' January 20. The bris was held on January 28, with Mr. and MArnold Levy, the baby's uncle and aunt, who came from %  gland for the occasion, serving as godparents. The Levys left ixiliary To Hold Donor Luncheon I (! '"• % %  luncheon of the the selection of a "Duchess of the a Auxiliary 199 D;!V ." who wiU De outfitted from i uu r i(•(• Sons of Israel will sday, February hcad ln foot a fashion sho A ,ea | on in the Imperial turlng Louis Haftel creations and • y Plaza Hotel. Gainsborough shoes will be prc>e event will be sented. Eve Telegan will be coordinator. HFRRFw Proceeds are earmark) d f< MtHHLW r ebra] p a j sy Association. Tic3ar Mitzvah Lessons bv Exhts mav be obtained by contactPwnwd New York Licensed ing Mrs. Fanny Sprinj -.48-6100 '-aer. during evening or members of the I M r I. Shlomowitz in rmi committee — Libbie Bookspan, 1039, E %  All Keech-Xut standards ol production and adrrrtif Ife ing have teen accepted by the Council on Foods and j? SMillion ol tie A merkan Medical Association.



PAGE 1

PAGE 8 A *jeistJlcrM[a* Psychologist To Address %  iiloIl-^lri"^ Temple Isaiah Sisterhood B „if To Dedleftt Dr. LIT. chologist of the Dad C B %  I of the Tempi on Mond jr. F \J : 1 p.m.:.-. thi T svnandB subject will be "Child Guid;, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. pn til Dr. Long is a graduate ( I Theological Sof Princeton University. jfew Building %  %  Mi will beh %  1 of t and !, lairman, Dr. Ni Principal sp. lev C Myers, t rmer president Of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds, and D.. Kasper Bar Mitzvah The Bar Mitzvah of Robert Kasper. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W m. Wexler of Atlanta, OIL. re Kasper 14155 Biscayne Blvd.. took cen tly elected presiden to. place Saturday. January 27. at the Southeastern Region of the (JewNorth Dade Jewish Center. Joseph | ish Welfare Board. Keller officiated. Spinoza Forum Hoar Professor Dr. Maurice M. Shudofsky. professor of English and Hebrew at the University of Wisconsin, who is spending a week's vacation at the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, will address the Spinoza Outdoor Forum on Saturday. February 3. at 8 p.m. at 124 11th St.. Miami Be; Dr. Shu lofsky, w have beer. I • "The Gei n and 1 .' Or. Tuesday. : ; on "The S an I ::. %  S ... S tion will be given by Rabbi Morris A. Skop. the benediction by Rabbi Philip Rried. i Invited to attend the ceremonies ; are Mavor Wm. McCarthy of Miami Springs. Mayor Henry W. Milander of Hialeah and Father! Lawrence J. Flynn of St. Johns, the Apostle. Honor guests will also include Leon Kaplan, presv. the Jewish Centers Association: Gu* Jacobs % % %  < xecutive dn of JCA: Louis Schwartzman. exlirectoi I th< Bui ... y oung Adult Group Jewish Education: Jui FRIDAY. FEBRUAR Y 2. Chevrah Mishnayos The Chevrah Mishnayosof i gregation Beth Tfilah win „ on Saturday, February 3 ., p.m. in the synagogue. —Ardmore Srh*duled to appear in the talent ihow to be sponsored by h. Young Adul, Gr'oup of the Miami Beach J.w.sh C.r. •> on <:-/. rhruarv 4 at 8:30 p.m. at the center social hall, are Mark Adler bSne. and MSUS Milbourer and Bob Mig.l.. who will offer Latin American and modern dances. Young Ailnli 1'nit To Hold llanee As its i • *ial event of the LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to 1 ngage In nder the fictitious name "f \. I-Shi II Apartmi nt* %  << l the dramatization of "A Measure of Freedom." the Anti-Defamation League's report on bigotry in the United States today. F ithor of the book. The special broadcast will run from 7:30 to 8 p.m. Robert Baron. New York radio : announcer and motion picture :•. will be featured as narrator Others in the cast will include ;1 Thing, Bob Brenner. M. .1 Berlin..:-. Vic Knobloch, Lennie iff and Bill Rogers. PI the only fei ile in the Gertrudi nt is by Kcssl lent .11 go fund of the : Kleii Goldi • %  %  I chairman. R :: Block and yn Sklar will serve as ses, LEGAL NOTICE Rl'BEN MAUQOLIS and SYl.vi \ MARGOLIS MANTEL 1.11:1:1. k I H2AR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday, 10::0 A.M. .—•— %  Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COl'NTY jrtXlE'S COl'RT, 1 > \1 >E % % %  il'NTY, I l.oKII'A N... 83.246. RE: ESTATE <>V JESSIE WALTON ARRINQTON NOTICE \I hereby Riven thai 1 have filed my final report and petition for Final I >i> ha rise an I %  ol the |< Walton Arlington, deoi ..%  • !. and thai on thp 5th day of il, 1 will appl) t.. the ible IV V HI. \NTi IN, ..1 Dade County, Florida, for er-ort a nd for I final dlsehargi Exi utor "f the '. Walton Arrlngton, de'i". %  • de %  of Januai v, IS WILLIAM A ARIUNOTl iN, i:\. utor Estal of Ji tt An ELRY STONE • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Tl IT <"nrUT "!•' THE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  indei thi tltioui nann of BYRi IN AI'ARTMENTH 7712-7744 B> on Avi In the City "f Miami Beach, FI01 Ida, Intend %  the Mtld f the I'n cult Court "i 1 '."! %  lounty, I la. SARAH KARBAL DAVID 1' CATSMAN Attorney for Applicant Lincoln Road, Bldg. %S8tf COMPARE THESE PRICKS! This Is Your Everyday Price List We do not lure customers* special sales, discounts, limited quantities. Come to our store. See world's largest stock of nsU tackle. You can use our tei phone and check our prj with any store in the Miai area and you will find that] will save nearly half by buy, from Tower Tire Co. We i ways have SMASHING LOW PRICES ON FISHING TACKLE Hardware-Paints-Guns Ammunition-Appliances TIRES I OH LESS! HEAVY DUTY ROD AND REEL Reg. 119 : % %  ". valui Nl • •• 8 81 NYLON BRAIDED LINE—15, 20, 27 36 & 45 LB. TEST SPOOL Stainless LEADER WIRE :i Ft. NOB. 1-9 each. Ri :: for NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCl'IT CXll'RT OF THE ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCl'IT. IN AND l""lt DADE COl'NTY, i'i.' •[; 11 >.\. — IN CHANCERY, No. 138312. YETTA SADOWSKY, Plaintiff, VH. JACOB SADOWSKY. Defendant V :. JACOB SADOWSKY, ReHidcnce I'nknown, are required to Nerve .1 cop) Answer t< the I'ill of Complaint for Divorce on plalntnTii attorn. HAR( iLD SHAPIRO, 27 Llnid, M 11 : 1:. .1. h, l-'i.n Ida, and file the original in the office '.r the Clerk nf this Court ..n or before March 1, 1951, othei wine a D< Pro Conwill I., entered gainst \ou. 1IATEI1 Januai y 3d, \:>:'\. 1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Cli ik. (Cit ... !oui 1 s. al 1 1: II RICE, .11: Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N'OTH'E IS lli:i:i:i. Y (IIVEN that III.. 11 ml. • %  CIRCI IT DADE ,,,,.,., .... -I • v • ii M:I, PINKI %  A I %  A I 1 %  %  •50 V.l. REEL Ray;. J^ ." %  I PLY-FLEX ROD Re 110 PFLEUER FISH HOOKS Si/., v 1 to 6H100 Reg. JIM' PLY-FLEX CLASS IMIi Rev. I1.S HEAVY BOAT ROD Reg. $12.80 LARGE Al.r.MINlM TACKLE BOX Reg LEAD SINKERS 1" l| Uses 1 Lb. 31.. 5 Uta rLXLVANIZED MINN'U Bl'CKETS. Rev. >50 FOLDING CRAB TRAPS %  a. M \ N AARl IN WEINSTEIN : NO. 1 BR \.-s SWIVELS R PLl'OS %  Q \s LAMPS, BCItXEBS Ri %  HI tiAS LAS BURNER Reg. ICE BOX Ri RICHARD T Only One Performance UCKER M< k tropolitan Opora Star YOC M:i: IIEItEHY N'OTIFIEI nt for I mnlaint on %  ntifl LEi 'N VRD I. KIMBALL, 412 Miai I nd In the office e Clerk of the r 1 1 ,ui I on or before Man h : IS n default ol which th. complaint will be taken as • .| against >-ou •th .las of January, E l: LEATHERMAN, Hera ..f thCircuit Court, Dade County, Florida, lit Court Si BJ M 6-23 PEIQE Deputy iM.-rk "The finest lyric tenor I have heard since Gigli. Richard Tucker has become one of the most gifted tenors in the Metropolitan Opera Company." The New York Times Miasni Beaeh A6IIETOKII M Reserve Your Tickets \otr For 1'hoivv Seais PHONE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4B41 OR MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Tickets 3.69 and 2.46 ,v -,^RT' CE BY PUBLICATION IN I III-. CIRCl'IT COl'RT Or THE !: ',Y, FVT JI'DICIAL CIRCl'IT tIDA. IN AND n.l: DADK I s CHANCERY, No ';'Ji.i'. Kv.z Ph. ,„.;., v HYMAN K A I f. I %  %  TO: HYMAN KATZ, N. v. \ %  %  %  %  MAN, Court %  ttorney ORDER NOW Send food packages to friends relatives in Israel for Purim ... for Passover •. H packages for babies Select Miami Beaeh Zionist District 235 Lincoln Road Room 208 Phone 58-4643 Local Agency for "Service for Israel, Inc." Sample packaae over 12 lbs. net $10.50 contaW 4 lbs. kosher meat, includes 2 lbs. fresh frozen—rib steak,' pot roast, boneless & trimmed & 2 lbs. Canned Meat 1 lb. Fresh (frozen) creamery unsalted butter 1 lb. granulated sugar; l lb. coffee; 1 lb. Carnation evapi milk; ': lb. Chocolate in Bars; 3 ,4 lb. Kosher pro cheese %  4 lb. Applesauce; 1 lb. Corn Starch: fi ozs. Prepared Pudding Mix (includes milk and sugar) Kosher Chicken or Vegetable Soupmix 3\ ozs. Toilet Soap SELECT FROM 8 SAMPLE TYPES OR MAKE UP YOUR OWN SAMPLE PKG. Price range. $10.50, $14.50, $38.50, $21.50 Passover packages: SI 1.50; S18.75; S39.50 Delivery in time for Passover Guaranteed. F d Par 1 includes strained baby foods and Vltam $1 $| syrup Restrictions On Number Of Food Po^ el J ] Israel Have Temporarily Been Lilted



PAGE 1

p iv FEB RUARY 2, 1951 P borah Society w S<>;i i leaders Cs Rhoda M. Levine will be Tiif as president of the Cir Miami Chapter of the £h Tuberculosis Society at f'L dance at Copa City on ftv, February 11. at 6:30 p.m. tter officers to be seated at Irercmonies include Mrs. Sara l,nd Mrs. Samuel Kulok. Mrs. mond Rubin. Mrs. Ed Singer, .William A. Weintraub, vice %  Merits; Mrs. Herman Glasser, Lrer; Mrs. S. Koerner, corlonding secretary; Mrs. Morris Lk assistant corresponding fctary; Mrs. Herbert S. Shaprecording secretary; Mrs. a Wolf, financial secretary; [Louis Levv. social secretary; Svdney Ginsberg, memberarid life membership chairLrd of directors includes the Barnes Sidney N. Boeninger, |rt Cole. Fred Drucker, Sadye Samuel Friedland, Rose _yerg. Abbott A. Karlin, Abe |w, Morris Kulok, Norman ling, Henry Lewis, Charles Lv, Harry Miner, David PavIJulius J. Perlmutter, Philip lips, Samuel Ritter, Fred Iler. Sam Seitlin. Ira Walsey, lie Weinstein. Harold Wynn, Kranz Pcarce. +Jeiiti IhiHitr PAGE 9 A [cheon Games Party (lise Chapter of American feh Congress will sponsor a tse luncheon and games party Wednesday, February 7, at p.m. at Moy's Golden pn. according to Mrs. Evelyn president, fctesses for the affair will be Edna Berk, Mrs. Laura lowitz and Mrs. Edith I* 1 Iceeds from the event are rked for the Louise WaterIWise Memorial Fund. Relions mav be made by callP-2030 or 83-2477. ilii.u iV> MRS. YITA HIRSCH I %  %  Hli seh, 77, ..r 2121 S.W. Mi.uiiian for 16 year*, lesday She cam from SavnnI l la lurvlved by three oul ..r. %  I Abe ->f Miami and Sol I threi ilituichters, lira. |Raliln of Miami. Mrs. Anna • of Baltimore and Mrs. Mk-hla In '.( Cuba, and a brother, Alex t "' %  Mian ; Beach Ben Icea win |~ 'ill with local arrange%  i literal home rfc# Coopers Caterers Par Excellence AFFAIR TOO SMALL AFFAIR TOO LARGE sfaction Guaranteed I S.W. 25th St. 83-6420 Blank Unveils Mobile Disaster Emergency Relief Unit Here Rabbi Morris A. Slcop of the Coral Gablei Jewish Center will perform a golden wedding ceremony for Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Glaser of 4765 S.W. 3rd St. Over 70 guests will be feted at a kosher dinner following the ceremony. Cantor Joseph W. Malek and Stephen Kessler. organist, will assist Rabbi Skop during the ritual and blessings. Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. List of New York, son-in-law and daughter, will present the couple for the rabbi's blessing. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glaser of Newton, Mass., son and daughter-in-law, will present the grandchildren. Jo Ann, Carol, Olga. Vicky List and Constance, Priscilla and Moses Paul Glaser for blessing. The Glasers were born in Riga on the Baltic and came to America in 1906. They lived in Brookline, Mass. for 40 years prior to moving here. Mr. List is head of the Albert Textile Manufacturing Co. of New York and Mr. Glaser is a noted architect. Gables Young Adults The Young Adult Group of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will I hold its installation ceremony at the Sabbath services on Friday, February 2, at 8:15 p. m. Reuben Nordenberg, newly elected president, will receive the president's gavel from retiring president, Sam Berger. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will serve as installing officer and conduct the regular service. Other officers to be recognized at the rites are Joe Mallah, vice president; Trudie Ann Chait, treasurer; Abbe Silverstein, corresponding secretary; Sydelle To Install Leaders Bass, recording secretary. The Young Adult Group will act as hosts at the Oneg Shabbat following the services. Rabbi Skop To %  lev lew Talmud Rabbi Morris A. Skop will review the Talmud on Sunday, I February 11, at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center as part of the monthly book review forums being sponsored by the center sisterhood. The rabbi will disruss the history, development and content of the Talmud. Mrs. Louis Lotterman is chairman of the forums. Sam Blank, Florida distributor for P. Ballantine & Sons, this week unveiled before an interested gathering of leading civilian defense authorities and representatives of industry the first mobile disaster emergency relief units to enter the defense picture south of Washington, D. C. The demonstration, which tooh place in Bayfront Park Wednesday morning in front of the Miami Municipal auditorium, featured a truck convoy available on a 24hour basis for evacuation, road clearance and other emergency transportation. Each convoy facility carries as standard equipment I blankets, stretchers, picks, fire i extinguishers, ladders, flares, j shovels, emergency lights, tow I ropes, helmets and first aid kits. Blank explained that the disaster units idea originated with Carl W. Badenhausen, president of P. Ballantine & Sons, and grew out of aid rendered by the brewing firm during the emergency created at South Amboy, N. J., when two munitions barges exploded there last May. Within ten minutes of the first blast that rocked the city, Badenhausen offered 1,000 trucks and drivers to state officials to evacuate as many civilians in the stricken area as might be deemed necessary. The offer was accepted quickly and 200 trucks, headed by the company ambulance, moved into the explosion-racked area where they were put to work by officials in charge of aid and rescue. Again during the recent hurricane, Ballantine trucks were called out to bring supplies to localities where high winds and encroaching waters had disrupted normal facilities. The success of both operations pointed out. that organized relief convoys could speed up rescue operations in any stricken area, Blank said. Badenhausen offered his mobile disaster emergency relief plan to defense authorities throughout the country and it met with immediate acceptance in many states. All private industry in the states where it has become an integral part of the defense picture will participate in the program, furnishing similarly equipped units that will be available on instant notice. According to defense council chairman I. D. Mac-Vicar, Blank's disaster units will become the 1 local nucleus of an industry-wide mobilization program operating under the direction of R. D. Free• man, transportation director for Dade County. States that already have adopted the plan and organized their relief units were listed by Blank as follows: Connecticut. New JerBlank sey, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Washington. tset WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 83-1986 JACK & JILL CATERERS 2-1 N.W 7th St. Off Miami Ave. .-. • % % %  YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED F00B AND CLOTHING-DONT LET THEM DOWN! END SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! fO.??U I ,*•• sjri££g3 %  Bt^asa Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY M ^per r pound This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras \N 3 TO %  HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND— FOR A FAMILY 13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8 lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk; 8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegetables; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes (Pess. Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit; 8 lbs. Jellies nnd Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs. Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea; 2 lbs. Spices. _, SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALFI FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. J D NET WEIGHT....55 LBS. CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL! 4CD h r'W ,rael vour self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only h ,'1,,, ,or "ipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of WthlnosV 0f Farr Tour (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb.) Your relatives hav I to pay there. ( Outside MetropM. Area charoes for self-packed oa-ceis slig htly higherBRAND NEW Hiilco Refrigerator 5240.00 Plus duties "> 1951 WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORS %  Ow u T_ ~ wo import license L^ css "yNo red tape. • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 19 lb $11-75 4 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Butter 1 lb. Oil M lb. Egg 1 can Sardines 4 oz. Tea 3 bars Hershey Chocolate 2 pkg. Noodle Soup 2 lb. S .oar Powder <18 eggs) PARCEL 16 25 lb $12-75 PARCEL 19 ;|5 lb $18.75 lb. Meat cans Milk lb. Butter lb Oil lb. Sugar lb. Lima Beans lb Barley 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Dried Fruit 1 can Salmon S bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Egg Powder (18 eggs) 6 lb. Meat 6 cans Milk 2 lb. Butter 2 lb. Margarine 2 lb. Veg. Fat 2 lb. Rice 2 lb. Split Peas 2 lb. Sugar 1 lb. Prunes 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb Cocoa 1 lb. Cheese 1 lb. Oil 2 cans Salmon 2 can Sardines 10 Lollypops 4 oz. Tea 16 bars Hershey Chocolate 4 pkg. Noodle Soup Mix lb. Egg Powder PARCEL 18 55 lb S12.50 6 lb. Meat 3 lb. Butter 1 lb. Cocoa 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. Cheese Send your check or money order or come in person for your certificate. FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO NEW YORK OFFICE: MAlN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: 145 SECOND AVE., N. Y. 3. N. Y. 377 BLAKE AVE., B Farr Tours Seven (7) other high rlisa food parcels, %  •lightning fast delivery" from two to four days, containing up to 7 lbs. of Meat. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. Roney Plaza 231S Collins Avenue Tel. 5-5327 5-5328 Uptown Office 6838 Collins Avenue Tel. 89-1472 New ... all five 1951 Westinghouse Refrigerators are now available without import license, no red tape. Inquire at the FARR TOURS OFFICE. CIGARETTES and SOAP 200 Cigarettes incl. duties *Q Qr and delivery **"J 6 bars fancy face *o QQ soap +J.77 200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face soar, inclusive duties and deliveries by AirExpress $14.95



PAGE 1

PAGE 10 A North Shore Group To Initiate 80 Eighty now members of North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be initiated into the order on Monday, February 5. at 8:15 p. m. in the banquet hall of the now Miami eeach Athletic Club. 6820 tail Creek Drive. M ten. A ri!u..l team made up of n bers of Shol< m L ige will officiat the ce ,een :m:i u v Jaok Laws n, p ogram chairman. Parl m the d will be Milton A. Friedman, A Ju \g Wiln L. Pallot, Louis H Sherburt Weiss s vis, : Moo Browarnik and Eddie Cole of the Miami Beach Athletic Club will greel mi mbi • M B'nai B'rith and conduct them ., tour of club facilities. A games party will follow the initiati ceremony. Assisting Lawson with th rangements will be SamWeinleld and Leo Steinman. -Jen isli Wbg*S£ FRIDAY, FEBRO ABY o 1931 Ell Addresses JNF Conference Lenn J. Ell. chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council of < ter Miami, recently returned from Washington, D. C. where he spoke at the golden j : the Jewish National Fund. Ell was accompanied to tin ference by Isidore Gol \ ice chairman of the < un il, and Arthui S n, exrect tes of merit n r i if years oi %  ] v I n to the Ji %  National %  • I 1 '•' %  Ell, Gol San in. Ell ] i the fivei %  I ; I to 1 nl • : %  M %  'V *r m^* t"v "'<—'& vm > i^* VlcsEi Bill Ss;:Ss Maariv rm*i k rt i t en S I E F concert t progi I <' Abri Seif and Lou Nothing Better Than Good Food, Says Ohio Man If a man isn't able to eat the foods he likes he's in mighty sorry shape — imagine going through life without being able to enjoy a fine big platter cf bacon and eggs. That is the way Joseph N. Damillot, 3414 E. 5th Street, Dayton. Ohio, used to be. but since he has been taking HADACOL. he says he feels just fine and is able to enjoy lots and lots of fine foods. Mr. Damillot found that taking HADACOL helped his system overcome a deficiency of Vitamins Bi. B f Niacin and Iron. Here is Mr. Damillot's statement: "My first bottle of HADACOL convinced me that HADACOL was what I needed for the gas on my stomach at nights. I could not keep food on my stom; ache, but after the first bottle il was going great. Now I eat bacon and eggs, and other foods that never would stay with me. I also can sleep well at nights. Thanks to HADACOL. I will never be without it, and can recommend it to all who suffer with the above ailments that I had. I know because I have suffered for quite some 11 !" .*," 4 USO. Tb LcBUno Corporation \1 A: Jack Ablin's home recently a group of local residents mot with members of the winter colony to map plans for the winter residents unit. Shown (upper left 1 are Mcnte Selig, Leonard Wicn and Joseoh R. Stein, chaisman of the rat : .ng unit. Charles Fruchtman of Toledo, Ohio, is pictured drinking a toast to the 1951 Combined Jewish Apoeal. Fruchlm3n. who has made Miami Beach his second home, is one of the country's largest contributor's to the United Jewish Appeal. This year ho made a $10,000 contribution to the CJA. P-ciured with him is Harry Zukernick. The job of bringing the story of the CJA to the people of the community is D| actreul largely in the hands of Dr. Morris Goodman, publicity chairou and Harold Shapiro, chairman of the speakers' bureau. Smilingu anticipation of a successful campaign are Sidney Berr.b-um. P" Lever.son and Nat Kankoff. leaders of the hotel unit. Pier (lowei left) with Ilka Chase, noted stage, radio and film ad arc Mrs. A. C. Fine, hostess at the patron's tea of the women gift unit, and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, co-chairman. A trio of veteti campaigners have a pow-wow. They are David Phillips. c0 "f| ia ~' man of the winter residents unit: Harry Steiner, and H1 Simonhoff. member of the speakers' bureau. New Frontier To Be Heard Over WKAT Li. ...,i.!U t Hollj : : ... eomedv „„.. „ plays the lead J, publicity chairman of the Greater •• whosi i lucation is Miami Jewish Music Council. : .1 ces beyond his conThere will be a special program of LEGAL NOTICE Succeeding pr ..: ,:•> %  ;n The New Fl ml s SS&L at 3:30 p %  • :. \\ KAT. IK.-uiquol To Mark Vivo Iftirtlitlsiv temple !! Elk : writer and ngs of the national poet Bialik presented by Cantor Jacob Goldrint: of the Miami Beach Jewish Center with Robert Strassburg at tii" piano, and Judge Kenneth Oka. radio chairman, as tor, in Saturday, February! 3 m WGBS at 7 p.m. On Sunday, February 4. at 10:45 >vei WQAM the Synagogue f the Miami Beach Jewish! .. %  ... 25 Coin,: with Ben Yomen as con1 will • tent a program of tnquet htu usic. Margaret Ben Sunday. Feb' *rill be at the pTano and md Rabbi Irving Lehrman will n, narrator. In the afternoon, Simon Seidon's ^1 l£ *4i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTI :•: is HEREBY %  K ... s w %  T JEAX GIORDANO Attorney f,.r nwner j *14 B*yboln and daughter-in-law. Lily Pon. will sing *• sorg from De'.ibes when .he and her condu husband. Andre Ko.fl.** pear with the University oi ',, > "'".i uuugntor-in-iaw. K .„,., on ", v % %  • : W il] !1 well known local musicians! Symphony Orchestra '' Wlecti ;>rogram of Hebrew and Yid, day. February 3%  < r.fJ ith Joseph Duntovijhe Miami Beach *jp Auditorium. The ^ l Opera soprano will also lection, by Verdi GJ*,, hop. Ponce and s m i work to be £T*JL %  chwtra wiU be Hay*^ phony No. •• i G "^^ Defeat Beach Y Quintet : ,:i • Jewish Community Cen\l T r;> basketball squad del lea.ea the Miami Beach Y cuiintot 7Z." !" """"^ ld:>l ounaay mornISunday night in an overtime Jam! I" 8 T Statlon W QAM. The pro43 to 43. erume ^me .gram honored the composer on his 'seventieth birthday. -useph tarrator. Jean Bedetti. internationally known cellist who resides in MiI ami gave a concert of Ernest' Bloch s music last Sundav morn



PAGE 1

DAY, ..JHY 2, 1951 Jewish flcrid/ian jrth Shore Center j Install Leaders Lin Pazol, recently reelected K of the North Shore K Center, will be installed Ebonies at the Strath Haven Ul Miami Beach, on Sunday |,t'February 18. Lers who will be seated at Irites include Harry Fein, first 1 president; Leo Steinman, Ind vice president; Sam Jaffee, A vice president; Abe Wein%  b fourth vice rfcsident; Jacob [b'lum, fifth vice president; J Markowitz, corresponding fetary; Lester Lasky, recordEcretarv; Jack Pritt, treasurKil Pritzert, financial secreI; and Harry Tessler, sexton. I'ustees are Abe Abberbach, Lin Altman. Gus Barg, Ben 1 Frank Briskman, Jack ler, Morris Dollinger, Dr. Vic|Dorf, Rubin Eckstein, Max kstein. Sam Feldman, Morris Iter, Louis Fishman, Wm. (stone, Frank Goldman, Isa[Goldman. M. Goldberg. Dan lison, Dr. Hendel, Max KadI A. J. Kaplan, Jack Klinger, Korson, Phillip Lcibman, Al jilowitz. I. Meyersoh, Stanley lips, Frank Schneider. Ernest Her. Sam Solloway, Dr. B. f, Allan Stint ton, Abe SussJerry Sussman and Harry PAGE 11 A ler. ORT, JDC Sign/1951 Agreement Inkes II pads }llll|£ Adults vmour Hinkes was elected Ident of the Young Adult lue of the Miami Jewish! mumty Center at a meeting je group Monday night, so named to office were Jack j son, vice president; Esther \ son, recording secretary; la Somrr.erfeld and Corrine ; p, corresponding secretaries; Futerfas. treasurer, ibership in the group is | to all men and women be20 and 30. leasue will hold a dance center lounge on Saturday February 10, and will coa Valentine's dance with Idult social group on FebMiie Auxiliary ms lloiiffit Bi B ; W mien's AuxilJo the Jewish Home for the LwiU a brunch and party .n Thursday, F. b8. at 11:30 a.m. ;.t Lincoln 2 Lincoln Road, Miami will benefit the Sid*ppel Medical fund which 1 ary medical needs home residents. ms may be made by Mrs. Helen Sparber. Mrs. Tin Kaplan and Mrs. Harry ger, co-chairmen of the kram For Girls 8 To 12 fqurated At Beach Y |mi Beach Y is inaugurating ram for girls between 1 "ht and 12 years on y> Tu ;,nd Thursday after school. Pfogi m, under the leaderNaomi Rosenberg, onsist of three sessions each to dance instrucafts and dramatics, nberg is trained in nee and dramatics. Ration has been limited to '"inn and the fee will be week. ft Drama Group To pee Series Of Plays i : ,t,u It dramatics group of WHA of Miami Beach take production of a I !" Pla.VS as well as skit I or a variety sHbw bell Monday, February 5, at IP 1 under the direction of -ershon Miller. • Miller is a graduate of pvestern University, has oramatics at the universi\ erved both in Chicago as a director of chilrams. 'ppers" To Meet Uppers" of the Coral | Center will meet I >n Wednesday, Feb%  at 8:30 p.m. fef '"'R ; ni zation, com1 urt* a,ul women 35 years Mnd older, will soon launch ^ l?' K ): 1 educational and activities. Seated from left lo right are Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee; Professor William Haber. president of the American ORT Federation (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training): and Dr. Aron Syngalowski, chairman of the World ORT Union Executive Committee; signatories to the 1951 agreement between ORT and the JDC whereby the latter will provide up to $950,000 for ORT vocational training installations in Europe. North Africa and Iran. Looking on is Monroe Goldwater. chairman of the JDC Reconstruction Committee and president of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. The current pact provides that ORT will not conduct any independent fund-raising campaigns in the United States, although the American ORT Federation will continue to supplement the work of the New York ORT schools and other activities through recruitment of membership with an annual dues not to exceed $25.00 per year. In 1950, ORT afforded training to 2v.000 students installations in 22 countries. More than 5.000 students were graduated while some S.000 received partial training prior to emigration. The balance of the student body will continue training during 1951. Similar agreements between ORT and the JDC have been reached annually since 1947 for this vital phase of rehabilitation and reconstruction. Wateh Tin* Birdio George Kaplan, promising young Brooklyn boxer, watches attentively as his manager Jim Gribbo, who also doubles in hypnotism, gives him the hypnotic once-over. Hypnotism won't win s fight for you, the manager admits, but it makes a good fighter perform at his best. With a dozen wins under his belt, Kaplan seems to be doing all right. ^ Passover in January-To make certain that every Jewish GI serving with the American armed forces throughout the world has the opportunity to participate in e Passover seder, the National Jewish Welfare Board this week completed arrangements for shipping large quantities of the necessary religious materials and kosher food supplies to Korea. Japan Alaska Occupied Germany and Austria the Caribbean and all Pacific bases. Later, similar shipmentswil1 go to more than 500 military installations in the United State.. Rabbi Aryeh Lev and Abe Fe.telberg. directors, respectively of JWB's Division of Religious Activfties and Armed Services Division are shown supervising the packing and shipping operation. JWV Post To Meet A meeting of the Coral Gables Post of the Jewish War Veterans will be held Tuesday, February 6, at 8:15 p. m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center, Bowling will follow a short business session, according to Harvey Brant, program chairman. Arrangements are being made for an open meeting to be held on February 20. Buddy Logue, chairman, is being assisted by Ernie Harvey. Ft. Lauderdale Lodge To Aid March Of Dimes Ft. Lauderdale Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will sponsor a dance on Saturday evening, February 3 at the Odd Fellows Hall, 14th St. and South Andrews, it is announced by President Daniel Danart. All net proceeds of the affair will be donated to the current "March of Dimes" campaign. Seminar Session Slated For Tuesday Third session of the Sunday School teachers seminar will be held on Tuesday, February 6, at 8 p.m. at Temple Israel. This session will feature Joseph Hall, assistant superintendent in charge of instruction of the Dade County Board of Instruction. He will discuss "Child Adjustment to the Curriculum." Following the lecture, a workshop will be held on "Arts and Crafts Skills for the Classroom." Mrs. Cora Friedman will handle the junior level and Gregory Rosenkranz and Mrs. Rose Schreidel will lead the senior division. The seminar is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami as in-training service for all Sunday School teachers. SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays



PAGE 1

9-Jenlstfhrid&r^ r { FRIDAY. FEBRUARi \ I95l| PAGE 12 A Home of BLUE RIBBON MEATS of S->'"9 yevit'f ,,. The GND THRILL ,-f to BLUE MBON MEATS' ... You OUT IN FRONT and still Growing Visit out V K^ • America's ^^/^os. beautiful j low-priced FoodDept Stores 7410 Collins Ave. SS 3195 Grand Ave. S5 CICIHVT ST4R TIMK FEATURES EFFECTIVE ALL STORES THURS., FRI., SAT. SELf SERVICE GROCERIES v^ROAST 69 COFFEE Ground to Order Refrigerated PRODUCE U. S No 1 CALIFORNIA C^ "" %  itflv CARROTS 2 19 MILK TNHIS IITE 11 P.M. WIKJ CHAMEl 4 U. S. No. 1 Finest Ouolity REETS Mclntosh Apples 2 U $ NO. 1 TOR* STATE 19 3-29' <) %  ,* 4~* SNOW CROP Sweet PEAS 2*33; Lemonade ZE 2" 33* Green Beans 2"?39 ARMIX Fruit COCKTAIL FLOUR LIBBY'S Plain or Serf Rising UMTS oi AROO 31b. tin No. Wl Con lb. bag 49 For Economical, Farter Waihing < .,'rll— VrJ WISCONSIN hta CHEESE Felins Phila. Scrapple Sli. American Cheese by the F *:* lb. •mmt comto 61 -33' 53< 49 Beoco Bl.d • oH Flagler 3195 Gond Avtn* N. E 55* Si. • Incaynt Blvd. $. W 58* A.. & 8* Si. • Corol Wov ot Ponce oe Leon B^d. Neit to Woolworih". 1551 N W. 3o*S-. Atlopottoh N. W 27* Ave. ond 8Ut Si. 2017 TvlerS. -Hollywood 35 N W. 2nd Si. • do-nlo-n Miomi" 19* & Alton Rd • Mo-; Beoch 114 Ponce de Leon Blvd. %  oH Flogler 750 N E 125* St • Nor* Mioml 1055 N W 62nd St. • Ednon Cent,, N W 104* St. &7* Ae. Red Alaska Salmon Hum Campbells Vegetable Soup Del Monte Corn Grapefruit Juice Fyne Taste Peas Lady Fair Tissues Black Hawk Beer lb. A Con / •9* A i boxes l\ y Whole Kernel Vocuum Pock Donald Duck 2 3 2 6 reg, con 12 01. COn No. 2 eon. No. 303 com ctn. of 400 12 or. corn 1 251 2! 21 891 Remember to get your copy of EVERYWOMANS A ORIAT NEW MAGAZINE... THI WOMAN'S GUIDE TO BITTIR LIVING! Diu Oxvdol 4 iarge box 31c large box 31c Tide KIRKS I large box 31c reg bar 9c IVORY SNOW 'orge box 31C CAMAY bath size 13c Lava Teg. bar 10c Joy large bottle 30c • ....... • Htmt 5.1.-.• .. • • % %  • •< l.< • %  • PUHM I'.'W. • CtM Can Miar M • Nf.ltvr, 4 !.....• On Sale Now at all Food Fair Markets '•r Copy 5^Kt*M7 PIIE FIIIT piEsaro PRESERVES AIR CONDITIONED Gimotic Control for your comfoit Pineapple Cherry Apricot Peach &m Bc-lMU Drifliinf Personal Ivory bar 6c Spie & Span reg. box 24c IVORY SOAP •orge bar 15c IVORY Flakes large box 31c QUANTiTr RIGHTS RESERVED IVORY SOAP medium bar 9c DREFT large box 31?



PAGE 1

Bureau 1—— Certificates To rural Keligious Xel ? 0 ol Teachers Another "first" has been estabr-hed bv the Bureau of Jewish Educat.onin the distribution of Loners' certificates to qualifying ^hPrs in the Greater Miami tM A Social Teachers' LicensZ Committee headed by Dr. M. t rhek has reviewed the applicaMMM of 27 teachers and has recommended 14 for permanent ifrense, nine for temporary IIne a nd four for examlna V 0 "Vith the certification of Hebrew school teachers now in effect professionalization of the Jewish U'acher has gained lmnetus" Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the bureau, Schools may now know that by Employing licensed teaches they are procuring qualified ^Licenses have been issued to David Freedman. Joshua Stadlan, Louis Gadon, Rebecca Lee Kelemer, George Goldberg, Louis D. Feder, Aida Caspi Robbins, Nettie Goldstein. Maurice Mamches, Batya R. Stadlan, Harry Perach Kwitnev. Esther Perach Kwitney,' Hy Pomerantz, Ralph DeKoven, Joseph J. Hurwitz, Philip Fried, Andrew Kornreich, Bernard, Kelgmer, Rochelle Ross, Ruth Uliss, Gregory Rosenkranz, Bess C. Marder and Esther DeKoven. The teachers' licensing committee consists of Dr. Glick, Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Dr. David Andron, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, David Freedman, Sydney Greenberg, Joel Cohen and Louis Schwartzman. Courses for Hebrew teachers are now in session every Saturday evening at the Kneseth Israel Congregation, under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami. Joshua Stadlan is lecturing on "Humash and Agada" from 9 to 10 p.m. and Moses Emanuel is presenting "Modern Hebrew Literature" from 8 to 9 p.m. The courses are serving as preparation for the Jerusalem Hebrew examination to be held on April 1 throughout the world. These courses are open to all Hebrew teachers in Greater Miami and there is no tuition fee. liewiislhJEIIiDipidliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951 SEC. B Palsy Authority Hill Conduct Clinics Here Dr. Wintrop M. Phelps, orthopedic specialist and one of the world's foremost authorities on cerebral palsy, will visit the Greater Miami area for several davs. according to an announcement bv Mrs. Vladimir Virrick, lent of the Cerebal Palsy n of Miami. On F( bruary 15 Dr. Phelps will hold a demonstration clinic at the ic, 651 S.W. 1st Strand on the illowing day in Memorial Hall of Jackson Memorial Hospital. Clinic hours will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. "Adults and children are invited to attend the clinics and :. ,1 in examination by Dr. Phelps should contact the Cerebral Palsy Association at once to make arrangements," Mrs. Virrick said, "as only a limited number of examinations will be possible during the clinic hours. Clinic phone number is 3-0152." Plan Purim Ball Plans are being formulated for a Purim ball, to be sponsored by the Israelite Center on March 25, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Herman Miller, according to an announcement by I. Sperling, president. 52 Assn. Baseball Show Set For Feb. 18 The annual actors' and musicians' baseball game and show staged by the 52 Association of Greater Miami will be held on Sunday afternoon, February 18, at Flamingo Park, according to an announcement by Carl Gardner, president of the association. Announcement was also made that for the first time in the history of the local 52 organization additional activities for wounded veterans outside of the Greater Miami area will be put into effect following the baseball show which is the organization's only fund-raising activity of the year. Committee chairmen in charge of the baseball show include Frank Steinberg, reception; Mai Englander, ticket; Fred Drucker, veterans; Max Mogull, actors and musicians; Paul Rust, Jr., athletic program; Sam Keats, finance; Harry White, refreshments; Allan Roberts, printing; Alex Gordon, special guests. A special feature of this year's drive to put over the game will be a hotel caravan committee consisting of Abe Allenberg, WalIT-M Will Offer Course On Israel Civilization of Modern Israel, a history course of especial interest to history students and school teachers, will be taught by Dr. Berthold C. Friedl as one of the 367 courses offered by the evening division in the second semester at the University of Miami. The course consists of a study of modern Israel, with emphasis on language, literature, cultural and social institutions, the arts and sciences of the new nation. Included also is a historical and geographical survey, cultural and educational trends economic and defense conditions and immigration and integration into the life of Israel. One of the innovations in teaching employed by Dr. Friedl is the formation of model classes, in which teachers who are taking the course participate in the teaching of other students. This method is one of the most modern now being employed by only two other schools, Columbia and New York Universities. Other methods used include lectures and discussions, film strips, lantern slides and phonograph records. Dr. Friedl uses a Bank Buys Ground For New Building Another huge business building will soon rise in Miami—if approval of the National Production authority can be secured. The Pan American Bank has announced completion of a deal for the purchase of the property at the northwest corner of S. E. 1st St. and 3rd Ave. at an estimated cost of $400,000. Bank officials said that while detailed plans for the future home of the bank, specializing in accounts from Latin America, had not been determined, facilities for a possible drive-in bank were being considered. Person Sought Information concerning Myron Hess, Jr., is being sought on behalf of his wife, Loretta, and their minor daughter, Rita, who since March. 1941. have not heard from him. Born March 27, 1916, in Buffalo. N. Y., he is five feet four inches tall, weighs 140 pounds, has black hair, brown Browdy Elected i Karen Haysod 8 President Benjamin Q. Browdy of Brooklyn was unanimously re-elected president of the Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foundation Fund, Inc.) for a second term at the thirtieth annual meeting of its board of directors held last week in New York. Browdy has been serving as president of this fund since January 3, 1950. Judge Hyman J. Reit of New York headed the nominations committee which presented the slate. The Keren Hayesod is a constituent body of the United Jewish Appeal, receiving funds through the United Palestine Appeal. As financial arm of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, it supplies funds for immigration and colonization in Israel. Roth To Speak Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth will be guest speaker at the North Shore Jewish Center on Friday, February 2. at 8:20 His topic will be "Zionism p.m. eyes, wears glasses and may be j Versus DuaJ^ Allegiance." wearing a mustache. Golden Agers To Meet Golden Ago Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center will meet on Sunday, February 4, at 2:30 p.m. at the center. Anyone aware of this man's text book of which he was the j whereabouts is requested to cornauthor, "Problems of Teaching municate with the National DeModern Languages." During the sertion Bureau. 105 Nassau past summer he was guest in-1 Street, New York City, structor at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Information on this and other courses taught by Dr. Friedl and by others on the faculty of the evening division may be obtained by calling the evening division office on the main campus of the university. Registration for all classes begins on February 6 and runs through February 10. Over 21 Club Elects Leaders Elaine Sanders was elected president of the newly organized Over Twenty-One Club of the North Dade Jewish Center at Norman Pazol will chant the Shabbos Kiddush. and Mr. and Mrs. Litinsk'y will mark their tenth wedding anniversary at an Oneg Shabbat following the services. L7TcCbV l A"ron"cours'hon"and recent meeting of the group. Ed Singer. Removal Oi Offices Dr. Sanford L. Ziff announces the removal of his offices for the practice of optometry from 2904 Biscayne Boulevard to 6174 S. W. 8th Street, West Miami. A graduate of the Northern Illinois College of Optometry, Dr. Ziff served as an assistant in ortoptics and visual training for two years. Other officers include Gene Ehrlich, vice president; Rhea Kiener, treasurer; Cele Holick, recording secretary; Claire Frank, corresponding secretary. Committee chairmen include Gene Ehrlich, membership; Elaine Sanders, entertainment; Pearl Pritt, publicity. The group meets every Thursday evening at the North Dade Jewish Center. 13630 West Dixie Highway, North Miami. Following th. appearance of Sumner !" ^* !" !" ?J^ruZ£^fi^ !" & a crowd of 1.500 people at Ihe Miami Beach Jewish Center la ^ ee cfm Room of the Blaclcslone center men's club, a reception was held in his honor* n he w £ an h *, !" e 0 over 2 00 invited guests and Hotel where Alfred Stone, center forum series chairman, was no n ^^ Uviag Lehr man, patrons of the series. Pictured at the affair are (standing, i. i %  / Following Welles in Welles. Moses Ginsburg and Julius Jay Perlmutter. pr"JJ f ^"h Affair., who will speak on he series will be Maurice Samuel, noted author and exponenx LUienthaL former atomic energy World Jewry in Transition" on Sunday. February 18. OVna ^^ ^ Wednesday March commission chairman, whose subject will be The Atom in on „ 0ur struggle for Ml and William L. Shirer. nationally known news analyst, wno w y Survival" on Sunday. April 1. .^^__^^^^^^^ ^ ^ CAPT. JOE'S FISH MART!> For the Finest Northern Fish V/hite Fish. Pike. Carp. Flounder. Smelt. FISH GROUND FREE ^DELIVER 1Q8S S W 8th St.— ON THE WAIL ATTENTION: Artists. Student.. Hobbyist.. Drawing. Painting. Still-Life. Life Classes. Modeling. Carving. Ceramic. ay and evening classes Reasonable fees. Circle Studio. 58-0409 ^" %  'V'VV^V'W' Always ready to serve you with a complete line of the finest in kosher meats and poultry Free delivery service throughout Greater Miami Open Till 12 On Sundays For Your Convenience We Ship to Key West, West Palm Beach and Orlando



PAGE 1

PAGE 2 B Jen ist fhridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ^ ^ { The Music Of Israel B> DR. PAUL BECK It : %  of the | s* • % %  %  n i el. Anybod about it ag the %  %  i sines. Besides, il t v." pattern with th ; nd] I rmance D! and chamber music.^md of all kind of vocal mus I should rather like to put i is on the fact thai witnessing a uniqui m< non the process of I of an '•; mous Israeli I use this word > : i e it denotes the mus natio lerivii its s 5 oi • juvenating forces of nati It w ul I be >< lf-de< dm | present —is Is > natioi i I • : such to differential temi A %  • I people int nal will prod ill inspire the I to in the land. \" n :. i :•• this ; I ICI npl;shed the final stage will ached a %  Of cours wj "-"•ful % %  • still use : 5 • | trum. over two thous i and ven 1 imp rtant p< It is poss %  lems Wi %  ; : %  il Fortur n Is(ranges %  l songs %  u • 5 %  Obitunrios MOfTRlS LEVINE ... N'crmai \. i y V s %  f %  • %  • • %  M ha> P Mann LOUIS KATZ H. s a i -.:•-where servlci l: %  Mrs. Max MRS. SARAH KOGOS • \ •. • I I. u -!i H %  IRVING WESTREICH %  %  i. I H Mr* were %  HYMAN VASSEN %  „(,..., %  M %  %  ADOLPH WINKLE R V wlnl rluli i IJ N'rt' %  • %  i.i-.. ii Kronlsh took place i" eraldi w th Rabbi • %  % %  %  %  fllli-li %  !> SAMUEL NASH of 81C llth .-i Mtaml B i< I I „way at the Mayo Brothers Clinic. Rochester, Minn on Januarj ii.wai :i part-owner or the William Penn, (lolham, and Lai "• Include nls wire, two sona, Martin and Teddj n inn.m daughter. Interment t,.. k place In the Clreatei Miami l i mi ,. p>Woodlawn Park, following seryIcei In -Miami Beach Riverside nh [rvlng l..hnn:in i.ffu latin*, DR. JACQUES M LEWIS SO ii physician from New York CJty who had i n here for a month and a half, realdlna; at MS! Byron A.v passed away uf a heart attack on the 29th He leavea liiwife Qraci and %  everal children. The remains were den I t.> New York for services and Interment by Miami Beach Rlveralde. KflWation Hoard To MM* Monday Board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education will meet on Monday. February 5, at 8:15 Pm at the Miami Hebrew School and! Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Agenda for the meeting includes a discussion of the Maccabiahs sponsored by the bureau ;md assistance to schools, as well as a report by Louis Schwartzman. executive director on the first national conference on Jewish education held in New York ( SfiNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. DREAM HAVEN LODGE I 1681 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach Telephone 5-1333 The Only Hotel That Gives Specialized Care to Personal Diets and Light Nursing Attention MORRIS SINGER kisltor I %  ..!. I : %  • irvlved by hi three Sol, Bennii ih. v. Ram. The 1 • • • by Miami and Intel • • SAMUEL COHEN 47. passed away in a beach hospital mi the Mth. He resided al 1805 Lenox .\v... while visiting here from Brooklyn where he was engaged in the fur bualnea8. He Is survived by his wife, Anna. The remains were sent to New York (••!>-. n 1 1 and interment by M ami 1 leach Riverside. • 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 ki LOW AS AH SMTUCST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E.WOLFF CO. '-1 *-M35 Cantor Berele Kelemer will headline the program to be presented at the Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday. February 4, at 2:30 p.m. Also to be featured are the Harmonica Rascals. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phonn B.5317 — t-tTZT 61 N. E. Sth Street AL ME'DENBERG. Own.r MORRIS STEINHARDT an executive "f the Stelnhardt who resided al Ave di. 'I In ;i beach hospital on the 27th. He leaves his w fe, Bll< n • %  %  ns, Julius, Milton •.:..| Arthur; one daughter, Mrs. Betty 1 Lehrms than s. n Ices were onducl I al the Miami Bi • h REV. ABRAHAM SEIF CERTIFIED MOHEL Experienced in Leading Hospitals in New York Call 5-1682 HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Under Supervision of Rev. M. Moscowitz Collins Ave. at 13th St.. M. B.—Ph. 5-7688 Serving DeLuxe From C 7C Full Course Dinners A** *Up REVLIN Open To The Public YOUR INCOME TAX Prepared Correctly by MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA, Tax Consultant 7101 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-0563 Listen to the JEWISH VARIETY HOUR WMBM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 3 to 4 Wednesday & Friday from 1:30 to 2 WTTT — 1490 on your Dial Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M. and Every Evening Except Saturday from 10:30 to 11:30 Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS 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 THI IE5T IN KOSHER MOM Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Planning a Party? • Party Knishes • Sandwiches • Decorated Buffet Platters • Roast Turkeys • Stuffed Derma • Roast Broilers • Retail Delicatessen • Cocktail Franks • Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers Distinction" For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Special Attention to Hotels and Organizations Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasbergi Miami & Miami Beach's Finest Jewish Funeral Home with DIGNITY and RESPECT of all the details in your hour of bereavement. our competent staff is ready to relieve you Ambulance Service .Witt II or 5-2100 BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH In Philadelphia — 1512 North Broad Street COLETH HEARD. Funeral Director



PAGE 1

s IffllDA YFEBRUARY 2, 1951 Jewish tkridkm PAGE 3 B H ,vc David Meyer, trained and H Zn< ed handwriting spec.alPSw v,.u a check-up. Send at tft2 lin s written with pen C inkno ball point—in selfLad nN i ..-.-oir\/> with DROPSIE ISSUES SECOND OF JEWISH APOCRYPHAL BOOKS KA, stamped envelope with ^Sts-no stamps—to David fever. Jewish Floridian, bn e Box 2973, Miami Florida. 'The following specimen was I .,„, by the well-known 1 Bill Steig, whose nhic r n i nts on the relai to their parents £fschool teachers areas pmgare witty and eig is the author of a M ,, which the human treated with syrnny and is now work„7 on h ninth. His cartoons ^appeared in the New Yorker. Squire! the Saturday Evening >js't. C 111* • %  etc. Steig Is the ideal introvert. That is I"' wo,ks and communites with his fellow man from within outward. This is indicated bvthe narrowing margins and the marked angularity of his writIng. He is a shy man. very sensitive and easily hurt. These iendencn are balanced in his I %  :. by the drive, ambition and nervous energy shown by the pharp p:> sure, the uneven height I tters, the speed of the I large size. Like all humorists of depth, gi ep inside him a sad, intemplative man. The emphasis t:i the vertical and the dropping 1 to manv of his words at[ • With Steig it is the Paghacci motif all over again, I .: tbroken on the inside, I iking on the outside. manner is quiet, but he, r. Note the bellicose I to some of his letters, ; tial stroke of the "m" In "my." Temperament and B I o sudden anger are inV the surge in size and B i word endings, as in f Kind writing." Whal lements in the writing b the humorist? Note the [• 'i-oke." such as the Ish following the salutthe c'V ved and dashed l-dots, thi curved upper stroke in II ii "handwriting." The I "s" in "sample" is really %  n at the bottom. Let u %  ..turn to Steig's presI ure is one of the most I if not the most imI: eli ment in graphology. IIn con nation with associated I pressure virtually tells %  • % % %  _. In Steig's case, the sharp, I' il and uneven pressure disr his sense of irony, his [ of emotion, his talent for II ional self-expression. I. pressure, combined with I individual letter formaItion, reveal his graphic talent— land his inner turbulence. He is %  Very fortunate in possessing an r medium through which to %  activate and rid himself of his %  inner commotion, acute feelings, %  %  %  alth of imagery. Dr. Moses Hadas. Associate Professor of Greek and Latin at Columbia University, is the translator of 'The Book of Aristeas." second volume in the series. "Jewish Apocrphal Literature." now being published by Harper and Brothers under the sponsorship of the Dropsie College of Hebrew and Cognate Learning. Dr. Hadas, who has recently published "A History of Greek Literature," and who is now writing a companion "History of Latin Literature," is the editor and translator of "The Plays of Euripides," "Burckhardt's Age of Constantine," "Zabara's Book of Delight." and other scholarly books and papers. The "Jewish Apocryphal Literature" series is edited by a Dropsie College Editorial Committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Abraham A. Neuman, president of Dropsie. Dr. Solomon Zeitlin, Professor of Rabbinical Literature at Dropsie, is editorin-chief. Shiff Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sema Shiff, formerly of 2117 S.W. 5th St., will take place Sunday, February 4, at 1 p.m. in the Orthodox Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs. Shiff is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Charles Rosengarten, of Miami Beach, and Dorothy Fleishner, of Bristol, Conn.; and two sons, Harry, of New Haven, and Joe, Bridgeport, Conn. Mrs. Shiff was a member of Congregation Beth El of Bristol, and Haddassah. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Hadassah Unit To Sponsor Ball Greater Miami Chapter of Ha! dassah will sponsor its first annual Hadassah Medical Organizal tion Ball at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturday evening, | February 17. Mrs. Alexander Kogan, vice pri sident of the chapter, is chair| man of the event. Assisting her i will be the Mesdames Aaron Courshon, Leon Ell, Max Gratz. • Edythe Goldberg. Murry Gr man, Herbert Gutman. Fred Jonas. Harry Platoff and Benjamin Sanderson. Music for dancing will be provided by Dave Tyler and his 14piece orchestra. The floor show will be headed by the dance team of Adela and Chicho Lopez. Also appearing in the show will be Ann and Peter Devero, of Hotel Caribbean; Carmen and Sal of the Monte Carlo; Bette and Charles Magner of the Bel-Aire; Ann Hermac and Raoul Gomez of the Sans Souci and Tommy Salinos of the Arthur Murray Studio. In addition to old-fashioned waltz, rumba and fox trot contests, there will be a grand march led by 100 Hadassah hostesses. Gold trophies will be awarded to the contest winners through the courtesy of Meyer Friedman of the Saxony Hotel. The* member selling the greatest number of tickets will be crowned "Queen of the Ball." Tickets for the affair will be on sale at the box office. Mrs. Kogan stated that "benefits derived from this function will be used for Hadassah's comprehensive medical and welfare program which we have been carrying on in Israel and for which a maintenance budget of $3,000,000 must be raised this year. Hadassah medical activities in Israel," she said, "include a network of eight hospitals, 63 health welfare stations, where mothers receive pre-natal and post-natal care, countrywide projects of school hygiene, public health and child welfare work in addition to a partnership with the Hebrew University in Israel s only medical school." MflTZOH MEAL at its BEST! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOH MEAL Made from fresh, crisp HOROWITZMARGARETEN MATZOHS —"The Matzoh with the Taste". The modern way to "bread" fish, chops, cutlets superior in stuffings and fillings of all kinds. Excellent for knoedlach, pancakes. Not too coarse, not too fine IT'S JUST RIGHTl The taste tells you it's good! The name tells you it's Kosher 1 Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Flo. P*">ne 3-6866 SAUL KENHOLZ Kenholz Koshor Meat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Almeria Ave.) Exclusive for "999* Real Kosher—New York WHOLESALE 8c RETAIL — uiv WIT T SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTELSANITARIUM FOR SOT. aMVAieSCEH€I AND awomc CASE* WITI to* mnfi .__ Ill §,W *0'T COUfT AMI rLORlDAJ JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned • • Mezzanine Floor I (complete and SbependaMe 3Hfe SMce M IAMI TITLC & Obstruct Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Pelides ol Kansas City Title Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 124 SHORELAND ARCADE TELEPHONE 9-1892 HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH • 24 hour GRADUATE NURSE care e RICE. SALT FREE or ANY other DIETS • All room. with PRIVATE BATHS. patios, solaria. ELEVATORS and lobbies. ~ SB*SM*£ 1030 15th St. Miami Be.ich. Fla. Call: 58-6959 Listen to Dr. Shoulaon on "Jewish Fororn" WFEC every Friday at 10:15, Sunday at 2 P.M. ade'redetel~> r*H**fesv* >-'. %  >-*•. ;vc ^rL. r^*J J*l Za&& T 3*K 1 -"**<* *84 CXE. ^^cZ^Zn'y^t^ntH. Heart of Downtown Miami OTEL OWNERS • APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washinqton Ave. Miami Beach The uncertainties in a changing world make it imperative for us to THINK ahead. It is the people who SAVE a part of all they earn today who have the advantages tomorrow. A savings account will help you face the future with confidence. "" %  } ALL YOU CAN! | Qp0n an |n$ured DADe fEDERAL Savings Account for every member of your family NO Wl Now..* IS THE TIME to Save AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI JOSEPH M. UPTON. Pr*ia MAIN OFFICE. 45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE AllA-ATTAH MUNCH. 1394 N. W. 34th STIIET RESOURCES EXCEED |2,500,000.00 Savings Aeeounrs or* now Ititvfl up ro $10,000 by na j Federal Savings Olid loan Iniuronc. Corporation RESERVES EXCEED $2 ,000,000-00



PAGE 1

PAGE 4 B fcWMtef Hcrldiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. loc. Capitol Spotlight Bv MILTON' FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON elated over lAcheson-McCloy doning Nazi war criminals bribe for Germany military cooperation against the Soviet Union. They are happy, too, oyei Bonn-inspired efforts to paint U.S. occupation troops as "no different than the Nazis" in recent pan-Germanic propaganda circulated in Washington. • When Republican Sen. Joseph |R. McCarthy joined with Nazi elements and pro-Hitler propagandists in defense of Nazi stormtroopers convicted of war atrocities, the Red news agency. TASS, sent lengthy accounts to Moscow. (McCarthy actually charged the U.S. Army with atrocities against the Germans.) It was superb propaganda for Radio Moscow to broadcast to Germany and to the millions of Europeans who fear German mili1 n an I who are already uneasy ovei the Ami i ican revival of the Na :i Wehi n i cht I: thai C tting an Indirect f rm of hel] am xpec %  Thi A on Lhe ernmei peai showing I I 01 pardon wai t Ay. In telej %  missioner McCloy I of the AJC. F warned thai C 'i( in >. ratic and %  i mo\ %  %  I Rudolf A r his G cooperth ,1 ihann X Bavaria c iminals. This WJ %  %  i milil irj nti A IF : mittee v le :.:. resentmen Americai | rence was hel v : Communists which contained a complaint that the TrumanAmerican soldiers connected with policv of parthe imprisonment of Nazis wove d -Perl." -Ellowitz, and Kirschbaum." C iuncil propaganda centered ..: und allegations that certain ntroopers wore mistreated and tortured. These were the S.S. men who confessed kill:•,_ An erican prisoners-of-war at Malmedy, Belgium. The council failed to mention that the S.S. unit involved also, burned thousands of Jews in Eastern Europe, according to U.S. intelligence. The council officials called^ attention to the fact that six Nazis still face death sentences and there was some danger that they might even be executed. The record shows that out of 73 conns in this case there were originally 49 death sentences. The number was reduced to 12 and was further cut down to six by Gen C • No one has been exi in this case yet—except, of American usands of including babies and old if you v. ml • ant 1 istening for an hou : Amei tment :. 1 n %  • -." 'Weil. Nazis ; Ity "" rhe pi pli %  : % %  rig the nferen They shook their ; i f war crimes Ise. "You have missed the : ild. IS k lr< k w School Will Sponsor BI;irlMM*uo Suiiclav mi Hebrew School and ...'..HI will sponsor a barSui Fi bi uary 4, tn. in the patio school building. 1101 S.W. \\v. chicken, hamburgers on the menu. Kli be over[fair. I I : illow the ::. >al. : le pits will' he S Sam Kostoff and Wi ntraub. Ed Becker, Mi It; and Herman %  are in charge of !.-'. affair will be • • Michael Blank. Beach Lodge Plans %  rmer Nazi mili%  %  %  %  : US A Membership Soeial "for men %  I at I ; I All n Road, it has %  %  by Pi %  sident %  Nami : hairmen of the I thl %  Jules P. c a and tort H : inedthal ved in tellthat then %  %  %  %  %  %  SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latchos SALES SERVICE QUICK • EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK g, HARDWARE 1304N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 MENDELSOHN'S %  >= RESTAURANT" r. i i 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach ••eel jo "Where the Fines. Meet to Dine" Daily from 4 to 9 On e L % T Y, G OOD PLACES T EAT ~HER£ OR HOME! Open Sa urday a. 5 P.M. phone ^ We have no connection with any oth er restaurant on the Beach UJA Leaders To Meet At Beach One of the most urgent drives in the history of American Jewry will get under way when Jewish community leaders from all parts of the country assemble tor a national inaugural conference at the Saxony Hotel on February 18,17 and 18 to officially launch the 1951 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, it was announced this week by William Rosenwald. Rudolf G. Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise. UJA national chairmen. The three-day conference will hear from outstanding leaders in American and Israel affairs, among them Abba S. Eban. Israel's Abassador to the United States; James G. McDonald, former American Ambassador to the Jewish State: Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz. UJA executive vice chairman. Rosenwald, Sonneborn and Rabbi Wise said in their announcement of the National Inaugural Conference that actions taken there will keynote ensuing campaigns in more than 2.500 communities across the country. UJA chairman lauded for contributing than $550,000,000 since the W II to finance t, immigration and litation ] igi ims i arried ; the United Jl Appeal. They I that ns made it possible to nore than 1.000.000 Jews in Euro] to ti ansfi to Isra than 500.000 Jews lands of distress." They stressed, however, that "this year's impending cam] is made doubly urgent by the deepening nti rnational tenxistence of (-migration deadlines posing %  early entrapment of tens of thousands of Jewish men, women and children." FOR RENT—FOUR MEETINQ ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddinoa, Bar Milzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and RetaU Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0305 LANDSCAPING dtfi SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED M.NASATIR J.B1RNBAUM Program Director Associate D WINZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW—3 TIMES WEEKLY Friday & Sunday ] 2 Noon Tuesday Evening 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO Narrator RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Comraenlator Brigadoon" To Open At Beach Auditorium This area's first full scale Broadwav musical production— "Brigadoon"—will open a fiveday run at the*Miami Beach Auditorium on Monday. February 5. The show will have seven performances—five nights from Feb. 5-9 and two matinee performances on Feb. 6 and 8. After a record-breaking 580 performances at New York's Zicgfield Theatre, "Brigadoon" has toured more than 80 cities throughout the country. Its showing here will mark the Beach auditorium's first theatrical production. Mixing fantasy and sentiment, with generous portions of lusty humor, "Brigadoon" is a tuneful tale of a Scottish village which wakes from sleep one day each century. Plans of the enterprise's sponsor. Bernie Selevan, call for more Broadway shows such as "South Pacific." "Oklahoma" and "Kiss Me Kate" if the initial show "Brigadoon," is successful. Tickets are on sale at the Miami Beach Auditorium box office daily until 10 p.m. and Sunday until 6 p.m. and at Flagler Book and Record Shop, 322 E. Flagler St. LEGAL WOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTlTIOuT"" 1 NAME LAW "" 0U S NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVRN tk th.. imilersiKned, deBiting t„ ..„;. '" at l.t. u |,...uu I.HHA*. tk. l "*"*M: m HERMAN SCH\VAI)Ro\ MYERS, HEIMAN s, KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant I;:,II *t.yiKild Jlullillng 1/26 2/2-9-16 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have you. roof repaired now; you will aava on a new roof liter "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Man" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenuw PHONE 4-6M0 LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION HilivtMtvssvn Products Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products under the supervision of Kahbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made until the finest ami freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, inc. 10 S.E. 5th St., Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION



PAGE 1

/ rmDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951 +Jewlst rkjrktton PAGE 5 B li( Mi Students Take Part In SIT Half Of Mawabiah: Academy Wins Over 600 students of^ seven] bearer in Maccabean tunic. The lewish schools filled the football |Hebrew Academy, Workmen's ,,.i,| at Flamingo Park Sunday Circle and Knesseth Israel won lr'the second half of the Maccahiah sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in commemoration of Tu Bishevat. Closing scores revealed the winner to be the Hebrew Academ v. with 66 points; Temple Israel, second, with 41 points; Miami Beach Jewish. Center, third, 39 points: and Workmen's Circle, 16 points; Keneseth Israel, 15 points; North Shore Jewish Center. 4 points; Temple Isaiah, 3 points. The Matilda Ratner award of the Tel Aviv Art Menorah, will thus be presented to the Hebrew Academy and a special second award to the Coral Gables Jewish Center, winner of the Miami Ifaccabiah with 54 points. The Beach Maccabiah began with a parade of participants, with baton twirlers and torch prizes for this event. The athletic carnival followed. Winners included Carrol Nowak, Ronna Steinberg, Rosalyn Klein, Carrol Levenson, Brenda Hcckman. Wanda Grarder, Linda Marks, Joan Berman, Shirley Mart, Roberta Cohen, Mary Seigal, Inge Mager, Harriet Shartman, and many others listed by school only. The concluding song contest held in the Flamingo shell was won by the Hebrew Academy with Workmen's Circle, second, and Miami Beach Jewish Center, third. Free ice cream was distributed through the courtesy of Carl Weinkle. Arrangements were under the 1 direction of Louis Schwartzman' and Hy Pomerantz of the bureau, I and Abraham Rockstein and I Philip Kaplan, of the Jewish! Centers Association. Manischewitz Boy Becomes" Bar Mitzvah Perpetuation of a great family tradition in America was en1 to a fourth generation David Mitchell Manis11 of Mr. and Mrs. D. Beryl Manischewitz, was welcomed into the adult Jewish community in an impressive Bar .. remony on Saturday January 13. A • plans for an extensive celebrati >n had been made well 1 if the happy event, Mr M chewitz, who is chairman "i the board of the matzo firm founded by his Rabbi Dov Ber Man '/. decided to curtail them in keeping with the spirit of the present national mc-r%  During the Sabbath, following the 1 I religious ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Manischewitz and their .1 received family and friends at Kiddush, and later, at their he ime. The event was climaxed on afternoon by a dinner at Savoy Plaza Hotel in New York, attended by leading Ortho1 tbbis and people prominent in public life. Among the guests Wen Rabbi Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati, a member of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis; Rabbi Leo Jung of New York Jewish Center and pro' % %  I Ethics at Yeshiva UniVei Rabbis Isaac Halevi Siegel of Jersey City and Menachem M. Hochstein, religious supervisor of the B. Manischewitz Co.; Judge Joseph M. Proskauer; and Dr. Reuben Finkelstein a grand uncle of the Bar Mitzvah, who was toastmaster at the dinner. Cantor David Putterman officiated. RICCIO'S on the 79th Street Causeway "NEW" Blue Grass Room Lounge Featuring MARIE STANLEY Open 'Til 5 A.M. Phone 7-9555 W'^ Albert Comanor, executive director of the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Greater Miami, is pictured accepting a scroll for the Greater Miami Jewish community "in recognition of outstanding devotion to the cause of America and New Americans who have been welcomed in their midst and aided to build new lives in dignity and freedom." The presentation was made by Edwin Rosenberg, honorary president of the United Service for New Americans, at the national USNA conference in New York. Fancy Catering Weddings, Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 MIAMI BEACH %  b$ fUut from ^J weother-vone ^^ o welcome^^ mot...modern at '51 ..new ^S furnishings throughout .. ^S new coffee shop and ^% dining room...newly land^S scaped tropical gardens... ^^ swimming pool, dancing ^^ ... planned entertainment. ^^ SFECIAL YEARLY i SEASON **TES O ALFRED STONE Owner Management \^ TECCPMON£--J8?76< ^ %  &. Rabbi Leo Jung, (at right), just prior to his departure for Israel, extends his congratulations to young David Mitchell Manischewitz. Looking on is Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, (second from right), eminent jurist and philanthropist; and David's proud father. D. Beryl Manischewitz. ARE YOU TIRED OF ROLLERS, GADGETS, STARVATION DIETS? SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. SOOTHING VAPOR BATHS. COLONIC IRRIGATIONS, CONTROLLED NUTRITION NORMANDY ISLE HEALTH INSTITUTE 1221 Everglades Concourse ph 86-3213 lira lining and ftont-End Alignment—Body K Clutches, Ignition, Electric & Acetylene ipalra ami Painting Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Upholstery end Seat Covers i>ce Plck-Cp and Delivery — Wn %  •• r Bervlce rhnne, g-2244, 2-6652 %  I S.W. 8lh Street n ICC FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Be/eled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GER3ER THE GAHHEN -ON THE TRAIL" 2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS *ND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAGIC RUDY From VIENNA INCREASE In commemoration of Tu Bishevat. students of the Hebrew Academy planted an orange tree on Jthe 3each. Shown above are Sandv Andron, Josepn dney Shapiro, Samuel Feder, Lester Pazol and In commemoration of Tu Bishevat, students of the K—. -. .„..,, school grounds at 6th St. and Jef(erson Ave.. Mianv Beach. Shown above are Sandv Andron. Joseph Lauer. Eliezer Katz, Jack Shapiro, Sandra Katz, S' Bruce Shoulson. 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 is displayed; A nd to buy o nly chickens with the ring ol the G.M.V.H. M 1D J as this is the only jdentificatiorT whlch proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; That tfp. auch „ Itadtftaud W^JS^^SS^J&J^m Style." "Jewish Style." or Sacramental Wine is Served," definitely do not assure kasnrutn. -„. B .„ For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Dtrecto, Rabb, Joseph^^J"^ Hcly 1 ffiff £? W H. Sootin. Sec,, & Lobel. Tree. 1. 2. YOUR INCOME IN '51 ...START SAVING NOW FOR PROFIT Receive Two Liberal Dividends This Year Current Rate is 2 1 /2% NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Shepord Irood. Pinidtnl N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St. North Miami Mai Dreyer, Stcrttonr



PAGE 1

PAGE 6 B •* Jm Is* Floridiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1951 NotoriousllatrLeaders Involved In Rosen berg Affa i r WASHINGTON NOTES w n ^ gl 1BHW HHP^l WM W ""* ''*!1 /1 ^TOV M-lM FALU^r! ADVENTURES CAPTAIN, T(M WASHINGTON SOTES The full story of the abortive attempt to thwart Anna K s appointment ha? n it yet bun told. In fact the detail the conspiracy against her never come to light unless the culprits are forced to stand public trials on perjury. According to informed Washington circles the coup dc grace to the conspiracy. was delivered by Ralph De Sola's wife in secret testimony before j the Senate investigating commit%  tee. Members of the committee are reluctant to speak about it. but rumor persists that many of the facts brought out at the hear' ing were not incorporated in the C ^, |M0 Br ^ rt*r-*ts] committee s public report. De Sola, the former communisl who testified he had seen Mrs. Rosenberg at a communist meeting, was brought into the picture through Gerald L. K. Smith and' notorious Benjamin Friedman, who once accused Cardinal Spellman : I entry into the C %  fold. It was at a tip of A top anti-Semite I '•' 1 Jr. and Seni I >r M v si nt th< • uths to Fi.had foreknowli the Mufti-li '.• r at once %  contact De Sola and the sn pers incid ives f the S inv, tigatii In thi into the religious origin of A Trend YNOPSlS: HAV OF /AASADA'S UNDERGROUND EXITS, TOV AND AVIVA HURRY TO AVOID BEING RECAPTURED BY THE nilAPDS OF HAJrAUSA I AS TOV CLIMBS DOWN TO THE AID 1 OF THE BEAUTIFUL AVIVA, THEY ARE SUDDENLY STARTLED &/ A > PIERCING SCREAM (COMT.NUCD....} Semil ::.' %  %  il :. De Sola. But its records Israeli bond campaign is drawing some of the top I ,ie was on the munity executives in the country. '. Jews wei ters Pi .• I %  the WPA. Latest reported joining the sales the henchi chai g Me for thi People who v with him zation is Ben Rosenberg. dld ( %  %  ih.re have told this writer Dc executive director of the St. Paul Iman purcl ; h ;'J. V (U as ..mimunitv. He will probably "000 co. irdtcJew a head the Chicago bond campaign. te-sheet "C .." T urning Back Pages The late Jacob Aaronson, one of the Grand Central brains, was nd De S la kepi There is divided opinion in in the pa] a good Catholii Washington whether Mrs. Roscntensible purposi 'der this sordid chapter ing credence to his sed. But people with access to : n <>*a boastful man. But lie could Shrewd Gerald of course was behind the scene information ne ve resist telhn R his gentile lettinj Friedman and De Sola do I sources have no doubt that the I friends and admirers that he owed his sharp head to Jewish heredity. The Aaronsons were said to stem from the Gaon of Vilna Some ten years ago Bernard G. Richards interviewed Sinclair Lewis. The famous novelist said then that if he were a Jew he would be an assimilationist and an antiZionist. He was more positive however in the approach of defending Jewish rights. "Personally." he said. "I would favor the aggressive stand." adding "You've got to hit back pretty hard when on the other side you have so much arrogance, so much downright chutzpah" A Universal Tongue The European branch of the his dirty work, figuring that heiR sen berg affair could have decould remain in the background veloped into an American Dreyfus to good advantage as long as two case if watchlul eyes had not de''JVWA' were fingering the antitected the scheme in time. If the Rosenberg campaign. When F;:,-(!Rosenberg smear was the beginman later retracted, declaring he nin g of an organized anti-Semitichad been misled by De Sola, j drive to make the government of Smith made a hasty exist from | the United States an unwitting Washington. At a later meeting | tool in an anti-Jewish conspiracy, of his henchmen there was a near 1 these seems no reason why the fistfight as Smith reported on the matter should have been dropped failure of his strategy. In the end \Hke a hot potato, unless of course the would-be Hitler admitted his 'here is intention to spare the mistake and reassured his hench1 fingers of some powerful Conmen he would never again devi, gressional forces, ate from the Nazi precept that "a \Facts and Figures alone two Jews." Does this mean to imply that he made a deal with those two characters? If so it is the plain duty of the Justice Department to find out whether there had been accessories to De Sola's crime. The intriguing part of the sordid story is that no newspaper featured De Sola as a Jew. Much was written about the Jewish convert or would-be-convert Friedman. But no mention was made at all about the Jewish origin of De Sola. And that was exactly as Smith planned it. It was his'idea to manipulate anti-Rosenberg drive through a "Jew" and "Catholic." thus hoping to divert public attention from the fact that it was the organized anti-Semites of America who were behind the campaign. The Senate investigating committee natur ally could not TABLE TOPS States absorbed about ninety per cent of them. These interesting figures on Jewish peregrinations e disclosed by D. Ilya Dijour at the recent annual meeting of the Yiddish Scientific Institute. During the same period Palestine, absorbed about four per cent of 1 the immigration stream. Between' the years 1925. when strict quota laws were established in the Lnited States, and 1945 Palestine 1 showed an eighty per cent absorption rate of the wanderers Since the rise of Israel the migration wave had only one direction —the Jewish state. At the same time the demographic character of Israel has been undergoing a marked change in consequence of T e iSi o ge rt i 7 flu X : : ientaI Jews. in 1948 Oriental Jews constituted ten per cent of the general Jew. ish population in Israel. In 1950' the percentage rose to thirty Metro-Goldwyn company recently held a conference in London. Participating were representatives of eighteen countries. Most of them were Jews. Sam Eckman, London director of Metro-Goldwyn. was to chair the meeting but he was troubled how to surmount the language obstacle since the delegates were from different countries. Finally lie hit upon a bright idea. He began speaking Yiddish. And the miracle happened. The delegates who called themselves French and Spanish and Italian and so forth suddenly began conversing in Yiddish. When the meeting was over the executives lauded Eckman for his brilliant idea and spent an evening with him at a wine cellar singing Yiddish folk songs. Since there is a Yiddish saying "af kein meise fregt men nit kein frages." I will not endeavor to speculate what hap pened to the goyim. Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For"the 2-Story White Buildino THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 WIQIEfrll* SERVIXa FLORIDA'S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNEH 111. OollIlM Avenue Mian August Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 MIRRORS LOWEST PRICES Phone 78-2120 AUTO GLASS SERVICE HARRY LACKEY, Mer SAFETY OR PLATE GLASS GLASS pARTS 1075 N. W. 36th sJeT ll6d ^ *" !" M Miami. Florida The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product**' Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VWt Our Pann at %  d f eir iu. A •n.pp.r Cr ^ k FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN! Sisterhoods, Hadassah Chapters. Council of Jewish Women Groups, and other men's and women's organizations all over South Florida are finding an unexampled opportunity to raise a major part of their budgetary needs by taking new and renewal subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian. We Pay i ilirral Commission: You'll be amazed at how easy \1 is to earn up to hundreds of dollars this easy way. No investment. Your earnings are all your own. Send this coupon today to LeaWce Rosen Circulation Manager. Leatrice Rosen Ihe Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973 Miami 18. Florida Please advise me how our group can earn funds by representing your circulation department in our organization. Name of Organization Person Writing Address City, State



PAGE 1

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1951 ^Jewlstflcridtan PAGE 7B DRIVING SAF inside and out! -. More Ihon 3000 holding fingers pr fir. SKID PROTECTION NEVER POSSIBLE BEFORE Your One Tire Investment... for Years to Come! — ——^ ROYALTEX WAD and TRACTIONAf" *'% ><>" **!< /" *** %  tffwr possible before! PROTECTIVE CURBGUARD. to protect your sidewolls-end all Grinding Curb Scuff and Abrasion! V. 5. AVION LIFE-TUBES, to double the strength of tires with Nylon Blowout Protection never known or possible before! PRICED AS LOW AS LIFE AND SAFETY PERMIT UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY America's Largest Maker of Tires U. S. ROYAL TIRE SERVICE...RIGHT WHERE YOU LIVE YOUR UTMOST IN SAFETY EQUIPMENT For Any Car, for Years to Come NEVER IN OUR HISTORY has there been such demand as we have experienced for the great Mid-Century U.S. Royal Mrater and die new U.S. Nylon Life-Tube. MANY PEOPLE HAVE ASKED whether we will be able to make enough of them to go around. The answer is we have never been able to make enough of them. They have been "selling out" as fast as we could make them. OF ONE THING YOU MAY BE SURE-we will continue to make all of them we can in keeping with all official limits on rubber supply. OUR BEST ADVICE WOULD BEkeep In close and friendly touch with your own neighborhood U.S. Royal Dealer. He will do his utmost to give you these Master and Life-Tube qualities that were never known before. He will see you safely and comfortably through the months and years a!jad. We will do our utmost to help him. NORTON c?Kc. TWO STORES MIAMI— 500 W. FLAGLER ST Ph. 3-1639 MIAMI BEACH1454 ALTON' ROAD Ph 5-5115 Louis E. Pallot. President A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami Easy Budget Terms Little As $1.00 Per Week



PAGE 1

%  I PAGE 8 B fJenist noridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 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. S|M.-I U er — Mcndl Klkin Noted Writer & Chief Librarian at the Institute For Reservations Call 58-6400 Distributed by D2HCATISSEN MEATS lli-4>raclc Food €o. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 9-8456 get the honest full quart! V: get Clicquot Club (Pronounced Ki.EEK-0) Oet mOte Of the finest Fine flavor-aged ginger ale .. livelier sparkling water... and 4 ounces more than many w-called "big" bottle*. Your best buyl Bottled and Dist. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK, Pres. i'UZM li FAMSLY PLOTS In Jewish Section—V/oodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 For the Finest In Laundry or Dry Cleaning ySA& CALL US ALL SE&V.CES TO MEET ANY BUDGET Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1403 N. W. 7th COURT Phones: 3-0753, 3-0254 MIAMI, FLORIDA Religious Directory.. ^ .n< i.v Mrs Myron Temple israei (Reform), 137 N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narol. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. %  Where 1God th. jubji t of 1 by Dl Jqee, R > ; %  ";.,; ,. ;i ,, by M, s Myron Conn, upep forum • and ,,..,.,,.!,_. w ttn ami Babbatb real rea?" will be :, i.i be glvi n i: Narol Krldas nignl %  %  ,,. Snturdas morning the children of grades 5 thwart eonj will attend •*_**;• N !" Cohn, Open ill full"" i II. ehlp freshments. Congregation Beth Jacob (OrIhodox). 301-311 Washington AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Moaes Me*cheloff. at :30. bs flrmatlon wllladdn regatlon Ish Religions Practlci Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Folk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Homg; L Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Friday evening services at B:M. Ujta %  [ dues! ; •'"'''•: %  Rabbi Ilaccoby. Free Synagogue, • vernon. N Y. who will review Sl m "• %  u ?& Honte • thi >en %  > %  •".''•", m Rabbi Friday evening s.-rv.coj. i HiFriday services at s %  !n < %  uem speakeV Samuel Doetonrw Saturday ., ,„. rabbi ui speak on A World of i-i' Mlncha at 5:80 followed Shalos Seudoa. Dally relbjtpua h< .l Monday through Thursday 3:30 and Sunday from I i. noon. niArniiik-• Israelite Center (ConservatiYe) 3198 S. W. 24th Tert Dally services 8 a.m. and !>:30 p Friday night eervtea. at ....w Sat p.m. urday "morning at 9. RahU Abraham Bacha will apea* on "Portion of the -The First Uiws of < HUIa.1Mlneha al 6 p.m. followed W nl Bbaloa Seudoa. Sunday school at 10 !•. i o a %  k. Sah, a in. S II '-' ; • %  • l. AM %  ; % %  %  %  nlng i.y calling center offl • Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 141 S Euclid AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. — al S 80 t 8:30 p.m Quest X| • former flail the Sholem Au and an Instructor In the je -' Insi 'ut. In Miami. A • ii., %  the forum. Sat8 SO a.m. speak on the Portion • i a.m. Mil -.:..oonti ited ; %  %  will I III* wi at 8 i in. followi .1 bj • %  •. i,> the rahlil M In hn in Jewish • ims Maai Iv follow s. ;iri.l Th '" ,; ; li almud i lucted 05 the H. l>r. iv BCI l Mine"." %  '" tin Sui i to I. Heg: flee. Junior .ii lo o m. i %  %  .,l v, in ei it 9 I illowed by bn and cultural program. Temple lietn Snoiom iLiberal), 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. i ': Iday e\ enlng ea al 8:16. Rabhl Kronish v on "1 'emoII.. II Roi In the Bible." Sabbath service Saturdaj morning al a.m Boy Scout Sabbath, Bar Miravah i.i Laun nee, son of Mr. and Mrs, James Albert. Sunday school m. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium, 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. On Friday evening at 8:20 p.m.. Councilman Burnett Koth will be gueal speaker. His toplo will be "Zionism versus Dual Allegiance." Norman Pasol will chant the Shabboa Kldduati. Mi and Mis. Mtinaky will celebrate their H'tii anniversary at the Oneg Shabbot following the services, at whllh Rabbi Philip Fried will officiate. Saturday mornln • I' will be al 9:15. Junior servile* at 11 a.m. Hebrew Academy, 918 Glh St. Miami Beach. Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:80 p.m.; Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Friday evening service B:S0 p.m. Saturdaj al p.m. there will be a si. .rv hour for children of the entire community. R< freahmenta Berved and Hebi ew will be taught 5:15 p. following, sun. lav morning aervii Temple Isaiah (Reform), Town & Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Services Friday evening at 8:80 p.m. Rabbi Mann will The religious school Is i ondui ted al the dibui n School, 10 10 Bay I 'rive, h from l" .. in. lo noon. Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitx. Friday evening service al B:80 Saturday al • 10 a.m. The rabbi will apeak on the Portion of the Week. Study group meetaat 1:80 with Mineha dances and songs b) Bobble Lauer. in and Bhalos Seudoa i.. a.m. Hebrew school every weekat 6:16 followed brew classes and Maarlv. Dally ;:4.". Sunday : tel noon, Adult lb I Wednesday 7 13 I' 111. West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative).. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. Friday evening servleea at 8:15 Rabbi Bsra Llfshlti will officiate at the service. Saturday mornprvlcea at 9: the rabbi will speak ..a the Portion .>f the Week. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1181 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Xe'emer. I.' Lite (iuesl IT Louis III nil nl '.. the il ..I %  • I oi i on i f Congregalicn beth Tlilah (Orthodox i. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hackovsky. by Bhalos Seudoth sei\:. ea al s a. m. in>. i nini; service at %  %  il Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamchcs. • %  land 8:30. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Friday evening services at 5:15 p m Rabbi Murray Orauer will preach on: "The Torah and itLaws: Does il Present a Measage In Modern Times?" Saturday morning at K:30 n m. Rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week Mte ha at 6:8 Ilowed b> Shalns Sudos. Junioi rongri Saturda) 10 a.m. t" noon. Sunday si hool 10 t.i 12 i I illy : si hool :: 30 to 6:30 I lally sei i li es B a.m. lb idlng i la M hna 5 p.m. Mlncha dally 5:45 p.m. Miami Beacn Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Jacob Y. Goldrina. %  \v. ;. ly l'ni'l Cantor • • %  Coral i.l Mi %  Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Joseph Malek. cantor: Steve Kcssler. organist. Palermo Ave. rear Lc Jeune. ,,i M. • • %  p m followed by %  %  youth %  ik %  l senibly hall ..: thi %  Dally M • laj through Thui • 1 lo 12 n ion. II Igh %  hool fur Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place, hrough FT 1 if bn nl 9 am. and Sun • Mlncha al 5 30 p m. i by Maai Iv al 6 p m. dall>. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. I Ice* at S: l r.. Sat in day mornlna %  es at l n Temple Beth El (Conservative). 630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach. Rabbi Manuel Greenstcin. rvlci p.m.! i nil %  i i :i l> ni i M. n Th in Sun.. in. Congregation xoung Israel (Or4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. i day night at 5 I at 9 a.,, Mini ha al .wed by Shalo. '. ., in *' %  < i members m the ire %  tod to %  T'Fereih israei Congregation ol Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. • p ni : In that Invited to attend Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben "A GOOD NAMfc la more to be treasured than richet." Proverb, GORDON FUNERAL — HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have "•one for other gratefu' families GORDON 710 'S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 F. I. AHERN Funeral Director ON THE OCEAN <7\s,u:fi atut(9tu(taK %  334 18th St. Around the Corner From CopaCit| Dinner Sous Les Etoiles Phone 5-9169 KOSIH'IKilled ChiekenN TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 -9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orlhodol| Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. H. Horowitz. s,.i \ ea 6 10 p.m Saturday thodox) at ; 30 ..„„ of Frrst Jewish Congregation Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de V \ Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Kov*•-, %  Ave W pJlm R 2 2 B / owar d -n 8 „ a0 Dt chanina Ben Singer Rahr? Ch d E Tradvon Nus ^h Arie and Yeshikolh Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Rabbi De \. es PrVtai classes daily fron B .n lay school from r ,'"iiii' Temple Emanu-El of Ffcjjg erdale and Hollywood l"""-^ 1801 So. Andrews Ave^ Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ran**rabbi. n .i" S. % %  .,.-, KM, lav at I win preach Hebr< 10 .. m ; religious aehool ^ Cong. Monticello Pa163rd and 10th Ave. •• D. Katz. PrMay 5 P*l ,-v. nil I % %  u.t.i Friday ev. i --.,; %  '• ninir • Chabad, 947 N.W. Servleea daily R 7th Ave. a in. and !' a.m.; evening services a^'hund. p.m foil. /i i bj .-aitio* N. W. Religious Congreg" 3681 N. W. 2nd St. „_ ,: 1 Servloes Saturday morning ^o'clock.



PAGE 1

rpmAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951 +JewistfhrUtam PAGE 9 B i H JJ m %  ——— JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN Ucsssssassxss: \vfi Auerbach. coach of the BosItnnCeltics m the National BasketItall Association, appears to have Iffacultv for getting into hot I later a'" 1 lno Ume Red IS one of Ithe most colorful bench coaches I to the league, and probably perIfarms his screwball antics deliberately in order to create comment. iRecentlv, in a hotly-waged game lat Baltimore, between the Bullets land the Celtics, Red charged onto I the floor after Baltimore took the llead in the second half. Auerbach I went on the court and said to the lofficials: "I know what I am going %  to say is going to cost me a techiIcal foul, but I want you to know %  that I think you are yellow and lhave no guts and don't belong on %  the court." %  The refs called the technical %  foul and later Auerbach was fined %  $50 by President Podoloff. "It's a %  good thing we lost that night," %  Auerbach asserted, "because I'm Isure I would have been killed by The crow I Frank Scott, for \he past four years traveling secretary of the Yankees, left the employ of the club on January 17. Scott retires from the New York organization with a fine record, and the 100 percent regret of baseball writers and Yankee players. Scott's successor has yet to be named. Meanwhile, Frank is setting himself up in a new line of business, as player agent for radio, television, testimonials and the like. He already has lined up Phil Rizzuto and other Yankees, as well as many other players around the circuits. • • • Mel Allen, voice of the Yankees is serving as national chairman of the $1,000,000 drive for the Children's Town Foundation of Warren County, N. J. The Foundation will care for 225 resident children and from 350 to 500 additional children during the summer. Sol D. Klein, waterfront commission merchant, is the new president of the Stockton (California) Ports, succeeding Ray Narbaitz, who did not seek reelection. Klein has been a member of the board of directors since the club was organized in 1946 and served as vice president last season. He will be assisted by Jack O'Keefe, executive vice president; Ernie Simard, who was re-elected secretary, md Dave Kelley, who was reappointed business manager at an increase in salary. Kelley, whose home is in Sacramento, plans to devote full time to the Ports. Charlie Wechsler, Duquesne's pressing hoop star, who hails from Brooklyn, was rendered hors-decombat in the game with Cincinnati recently, when he tore ligaments in his right ankle. Wechler was going along rapidly and was slated to take over the first-string center berth for the Iron Dukes. I Ed Roman and "Fats" Roth of .the City College combination, have had a rather rough time of it, and are slated to go up to the Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake, for a rest between semesters this week. They will be the guests of Mac Kinsbruner director of activities at the Concord, who is a former All-American basketball player in his own right. Itoach Center Students Formulate Plans For Gala Pnrim Pageant The Junior Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, in cooperation with the Student Council and the Junior Congregation, is making plans for a Purim pageant to be held in the center patio. Initial plans were formulated at a joint meeting of the three groups represented by Harriet Lipton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lipton; Stanley Gettis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Gettis, and Marjorie Friedland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland. A tentative date has been set for March 18. Proceeds of this function will go towards the building and maintenance of a school library. The pageant will be under the direction of Mrs. Jeannete Miller, in charge of dramatics. I CM Rabbi Shapiro Will Address Pioneer Women Rabbi Max Shapiro will be principal speaker at the dinner to be given by the Pioneer Women Club No. Two of Miami Beach on I Sunday, February 4, at 6 p.m. at • the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington I Ave., according to Mrs. Lena Mintzes, president. Anna Grossberg, Cantor Maurice Mamches and Anyuta Melicov will appear on the program. Cost of the dinner will be defrayed by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus, and all proceeds will go to the children's home in Israel which is maintained by the Council of Pioneer Women of Greater Miami. Mrs. Marcus is Moatzat Hapoalot chairman of the club. WHY YOUR BEST BUY | Block from Timei Square .. Walking diitonc* to •vtrything worthwhile. HOTEL LINCOLN 44th-o 45th SIS.at 8th AV. NEW YORK 1400 Rooms, each with Tub ond Shower, from $300 B Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. U1U1 1 ID |ji 1 '•'. ire the newly installed officers ar?d trustees of Kneseth Israel Congregation. Seated lax Lippman. third vice president: Saul Meringoff, first vice president; Rabbi Isaac H. Morris Bros. Pictured a: 1. to r.) are Max Ever, spiritual leader and installing officer; Henry Morris, president; Samuel Sherman, former vice president; (second row) Isaac Sobel, secretary; Solomon Steiner. financial secretary; Wolf Sirot, honorfry life president and treasurer; Abraham Werman, honorary president; Edward Matthew, honorary president; Gerald Katz, parliamentarian; (third row) Philip Heller. Morris Linkimer, Max Goldman. Harry Kregstein. Samuel C. Goldberg. Harry Kaplan. Louis Lazer, trustees; (fourth row) Louis Dublin. Joel Wortman. Morris Sevin. Abraham Mitchell, Isidore Hyman and Edward Horwitz, trustees. Max Bchlar.qet, second vies president, and Israel B. Eisenstein, trustee, were not present when the picture 'as teken. ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Consultant 203 First Federal Bldg. PHONE 3-7796 %  ^ 's the Dl iTf S. J. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogue* and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. CnBD "DID Telephone 5-9017 ON Tune in "JEWISH FORUM THE AIR" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by PALMER'S MIAMI Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand FOP Immediate Deliveryl MONUMENT CO. Serving the Jewish Community Since 1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 32 77-7 9 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 Its a Happy Habit io call -for the casethen you won't run short when guests drop in unexpectedly BODY and FLAVOR in ev et BADLANT y 9hs$t Simon SeUlen # Cultural Program under direction of Dr. Isadore H. Shoulson Sermonettes A Digest o£ the Anglo Jewish Press A Roving Reporter's Report of Local Events A Yiddish Review of latest Films The best in recorded Jewish Music BALLANTINE ALEBEER P. Ballantinc & Sons. Newark. N. J!, Distributed by STATE BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK, PRES.



PAGE 1

+JeistFlvridiari FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1951 PAGE 10 B ZOA To Sponsor Essay Contest Two thousand d will bo awarded bj Zionist 0 taninl • %  y it was anr tor of the G ion. .. Th( ntest will Itaneoi si; I, and duplicati the pi Zs' \ %  %  l< nt. -What Can Israel Offer An can Jewry—What Can Ami ,1 iv Offer Israel?" is th chosen to -" the cultural ties between the two countries. Essavs must be 500 words less and may be written in English. Hebrew or Jewish. Closing date is May 11, 1 'Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright. 1948. Jewish KUgnphk Agency, Inc.) '•nnrK n of the canclidate on lhe ays safaa 1 K !" ; s&sg* as* a 'live Jewish influence in a different field ... We find chapters on Jews in modern science, in modern medicine, in music, in painting, in the dance, in journalism, in literature, in films, in law We also find chapters on Jews as soldiers and military advisers. Jews as explorers. Jews in public office. Jews as philosophers, sociologists and political scientists Not to speak of chapters dealing with the Hebraic foundations of American democracy, or with and Israel. Copies of rules and any furher %  %  £"'*{ information may be obtained b> • contacting Pazol or Mrs. _Dons ^ as J n pl the impact of Jewish social service upon western civilization Dagobert D. Runes, the editor of the volume, is not afraid of a possible argument that the book is a volume of propaganda In fact, he admits that it has propagandists aspects However, he is certain that the book will show to those who wish to learn that the Jew is a diligent farmer, an heroic soldier, a loyal 1 servant of his people, and an 1 ardent scholar. ting A. Pardo at the Miami Beach Zionist District Office. Room 206. troit who the Peter Bergson group Shan't Chapter To Mark Miwic* Month Tuesday Jewish Music Month will be ved by Sharet Chapter. B'nai B'nth Young Women, when they meet on Tuesday. February 6, at 8:15 p.m. at the home of Miss Lorraine Kahlenberg. 826 JefferAve Miami Beach. Cantor Joseph Malek. of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will trace the background of Jewish lure and believe that validity of a civil divorce red bv people in DeMembers of about fifty percent were associated with of the Reform congregations now use a "mohel for the rite of circumcision, while previously practically all of them used a surgeon eadership wants is a bi-pa. san About ninety percent of^ the bill to Congress to provide ecomembers conduct Bar Mitzvah Some aid ?o Israel, and not an services for their girls ... In about rncTdemal bill bv a single Con; one-third of the Reform temples Sessman Such a bi-partisan the organist is Jewish and in bill may be introduced in the' seven y percent 0 the temples House of Representatives some. the choir is all Jewish The time in March Meanwhile, increasing acceptance by Reform Congressmen of both political congregations and their members Zionist District Office. Room i congressman bTngell Is a Detroit235 Lincoln Road, phone 08-4643. ^ n whgt American Zionist of ritual practice and ceremonial observance is certainly a sign of our time • • JEWISH CONTRIBUTIONS: A balance sheet on Jewish contributions to world civilization— including American civilization— lead the group in community I concerning the securing of has now been published in the singing. "grants-in-aid" from the United 1 form of a 900-page volume by the A report on the chapter's forthStates for Israel has now been set Philosophical Library '. s are being canvassed on the subject And early returns I indicate that the present mood in ess is in favor of giving aid to Atlantic countries, but not to [Countries in the Middle East except Turkey ... A special deMusic in discussion and song, and | partment to deal with problems the group in community concern ing the securing of in New York TRENDS: volume, which carries the title, "The Hebrew Impact on Western Civilization." is a symposium in coming card party will be given up by Chairman Adele Klugerman. ) Second in a series of Oneg CO.MMl/.VAL .......~~. Shabats sponsored bv the chapter Last week we spoke here of which eighteen specialists partici Will be held on Friday. February the difficulties faced by the Conpate each telling the story of ci 9. at 8:15 p.m. at the home of servative synagogues in the United States We now turn Reform -METROSmoked Fish Corp, WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA New Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olives „ Trudi Lacti, 574 N.E. 94th St., rding to an announcement by Beverly Koch, president. Program will include a di ectioi Bank Othei 5 assist Loi Gilmai nvita. Judith ments: and Pauline G!:.! thy Bai Dori ." %  : %  lot! 'Happy February" Party A "Happy Febru b< given by 1 A %  I • n Satto the situation in the temples ... A quiet rev./. I according y 255 Thi tioi r 1 and observai •' %  • • %  • l tren : A %  t a "Cl 1 Only See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins Co. 90"" Bi*cayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. Dial 58-5300 MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE Zioni: t District (M :.>•-• %  %  ... nt I %  %  • ^4b. S.V, 22n I ... p.. to the Jewish • I ti n,i'. Fun I, ling to Donlnon-J n Schrager, pr< I When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time To Buy Some Schwarizman To Speak Louis S :tor of the Bun J Education, will be e late Fi. of the West Miami Jewish Center. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz will of: at the service which commences at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Arenua Miami Beach Phone S-3595 TO LOOK YOUNGER and Tffi FLORIDA SPA LIVE LONGER BEARHEAD ROAD ORLANDO, FLORIDA Write for Circular or Phone Orlando 9523 p-iJW^-W +kv.*~#! r\',r cy.y SSES53S g *Z£2 LONDON ARMS TO3 AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 WE CATER Banquets Weddings Bar Mitzvahs 727 COLLINS AVE. ?XX I U.Wt. ..io.l >M>>il>tii .' M KtEIStflG 0 IMSON M SUSSMAN WBBBEaBaSBEaSBaamSBa&SSS&SEBEEZ cot>Rts Alka-Seltzor AT All DRUG STORES



PAGE 1

^RUARY 2, 1951 +Jm1st> fh)rSdiia Wli' A M VGD< >L, Truatee HOSSLYN HRt iWN, Trustee \ VTII \N %  ;I;I:I:N\\ Al.l > SH>NI SPBCTOR, Trustee MAN l-ANY (Not Inc.) Lincoln lload Fli irldn NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SnTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, dei Iring to engage In I. i the fictitious name of \ II: r.KNTKI. o % %  Palms %  Ixle Highway, South III y, Plot iila, intend e with the < 'lerk bade County, I. B. PREEDMAN RASKIN AM) ri:::i:i'.M.\N ICLAl RASKIN & tiK.NET i Mies NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 11 BY GIVEN that %  Ing to eni hi flctlt loua name of :.\i:i[.M, XT Cl iMPANY \ W. %  • %  lit Street. i. Intend oo peg• h the ci.-rk of the f l>ade c.,iintv, 1-lorida. SIDNEY ORUBER LOUIS SPECTOR J. TALIANOPF leant Lincoln Road h, Florida .... N0T,CE TO CREDITORS IN Til'-t'ol'vcy ill..!.". .-, IN AND FOR DADK — IN i -i COUNTY, I 1^' >Brt I I., .No. IlA >•., i .v 25435. In He: ESTATE OP BAMUEL Wlil.K, l it ceased. To All Creditors ana All Person! Having Claims or Demands Against Said Eatati : You, and eaoh of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of yon, may have ogalnst the • slate of SAMIKI. WOLF, deceased late ,,r Dade County, Florida, lo the lion W V. Illanton, County .Indite of kide County, and file the same in Ins iffiee in the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, within eight Calendar months from the date of the first iiuhllcntlon hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address f the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee Bection 120 of the It!) Probate Act. Pale January 26, A.D. 1951. ESTHER WOLF As Executrix 'if the i.asi will and Testament <>r BAMUEL WOLF, l teceased. I'AI.I.ov. SILVER, TATHAM, ABDO .>.• MFLl.ov Attorn.', s for Executrix 2/2-9-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW "Ol lc E is HEREBY OIVBN that he un.iersi,.,,.,,. desiring to engageta "ndei hi fli tltloua name of SMni,,,.,, Merchandise at US 28th Bjreet, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend o register said name with the Clerk Florida "" '"""" "' ''"'" { '""'" %  >' %  DAVID ISRAEL IRVINfl WISCH 1/U-J6 2/25 EORGB KAT8S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t., engage in business under the fictitious name t>( LW4 Y IT A,R AI A|lHIV ''"it LITTLE POLKS at BoM n a y Harbor Terrace. .Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk* Of the circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. BARBARA MAYFAIR (sole owner) GEORGE .7 TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. I 26 2-9-U LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JCDOE'B corrtT IN AND Foil DADE cot 'NT Y. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 23 313. In R< ESTATE OF MORTON s\.M PAGAN, I leceased To All Creditors and All Persons Having 'lalms or I 'emands Agali i: tate: You, and i ai li of you, are h.-ioLy notified and required to present any and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MORTON SAM FAGAN, %  i. late of Dade c.ainiv. Florida, io the Hon. W. P, BLANTt >N, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County CourtIn i' ide 'ount y, Plorlda, within eight calendar months from the date first publication hereof. Said laiins or demands to contain lb> iddn 1 of the claimant and to he %  worn to and presented as aforesaid, me will l"' barred. Bee Bection li i of the 1983 Probate Act. Date January 16, A.D. 1951. EVELYN s HERSHBEIN, A* Administratrix of the Estate of MORTON SAM PAGAN, Deceased. MYERS, IIF.IMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix 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 ion' Bai a) 93 N.W. Is) Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. CIVIC BAR INC. A Plorlda Corp. owner MYERS, HEIM W ,v R WLAN Attorneys for Applicant 650 Seybold Bldg. l 12-19-26 2 :' NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S coURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 25279. In Re: FSTATF. OF AF.RAHAM N. GOODMAN, also known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN, ABB GOODMAN, and A. N. GOODMAN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate; You, and each of you, are hereby noiified arid 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 Beach, Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Illanton, County Judge of pade 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 contals the legal address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee Bection 120 of the 1933 ITohato Act. Pate January 11th, A.D. 1951. LILLIAN GOODMAN, As Administratrix of the Estate Of ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN, also known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN, ABE GOODMAN, and A. N. GOODMAN, 1 leceased. IRVING CYPEN, (20 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Administratrix 1/19-26 2/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S <'oURT IN AND FOR PA Hi: ooFNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 25289. In Re: ESTATE OF FI/iRA L. BROWN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Hay. ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are herehy notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or cither of you, may have against the estate of Flora L. Brown, deceased, late of Miami, Pade County, Florida, to the lion. \V. F. Illanton, County Judge of Pade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse In Pade County, Florida, Within eight calendar months from the dale 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. 1911. HELEN L. BROWN, As Executrix of the East Will and Testament of Flora L. Brown, I tei eased. MYERS. IIE1MAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Executrix 1/12-19-26 2 I NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP itlce Is hereb] given that the %  \i-ting between the \ J( iSFi'H FALLEN and IRMA.N ROSENHAJN, carrying on %  n si RE-NU-IT Co |l'i"" IN W 3th Street. %  lc County, Miami. Florida, was on 26th Daj of January, 1951, dised by mutual consent, and the ness In the future will be carried ij RE M IT Co, of Florida, Inc., "'in pnj nd discharge all debts liabilities and receive all monies !'• linn. JOSEPH PAULEN NORMAN RO8ENHAIN lilliER LIFTER, Attys. n i: %  id NOTICE BV PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LlA'lATll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I\ FLORIDA, IN ANP FOR DAPE J.NTY. [N CHANCERY, No, Ml „ KLOPPER, Plaintiff, vs. CARL |U)PPER, Defendant. SPIT FOR DIVORCE 1 ARI. KIXJPPER I 1 irange strc .-t Sea Jersey JW 'ALL KLOPPER, are hereby •' I Bill of Complaint for been filed against you, required to serve a copy or Pleading to the "' tomplalnt on the plaintiff's Praey, I'.l.X ESSEN, ESQ., 823 pld Bldp Miami, Florida and 1 original Answer or Pleading %  office of the Clerk of the Circuit i" ''ii or before the 24 day of 1951. If you fall to do so, fm-nt by default will be taken J for the relief demanded I I %  Complaint us notice shall be published once _iek for four consecutive weeks [he Jewish Florldlan. fJWB AND ORDERED at Miami, ri'i... this 21 day of January, A.D. I E B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. P irt, Pad,County, Florida. f irt Seal) By M. C. FEICE. ESSEN F.SQ D PU,y Clerk I Llilg." "• Florida 1 ; I'iaintlff NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE CuFNTY JUDGES c. .URT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 2:.3i In Re: ESTATE OP LEAH Fl-oRENCE NELKEN, Deceased. To All Creditors nnd All Persons Having i'lalms or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims nnd demands which you. or el her of vou. may have against the •estate of l.'HAII FLORENCE NELKEN deceased, late of Dad.Countr. Florida, to the Hon. W. P. Illanton. 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. Raid claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented ae aforesaid, or aante win tie barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Date January 26, A.D. 1W1. CORINNE KARTORII S As Executrix of he Last Will and Testament of LEAH PLORBNCB NELKEN, Deceased. DP, Cos IAS. MAER & FLOYD fitHt-S Biscayne Building Miami 12, Fl.'i. Attorneys for Executrix 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, [age in under t he fi, ill lous name of RAYEMOOR at 218 N.E. 22nd Street, Miami, Florida, Intendav to register said name with the i lerkrT/f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I: A YI: TEITELBAUM Sole owner EI.RY STONE \ for Raye Teitelbaum lain Congress Building Miami, Fla. 1/12-19-28 -• 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— 1\ CHANCERY. No 137700. JOSEPH OSHEROFF and ANNA OSHEKoFF. bis wife, Plaintiffs, vs. SAM LEVIN and AI'DREY L. LEVIN, also known as AUDREY |?lJ.5 ey, S. 1 ?-.l u,ldlllf NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDUE'S C( lURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE. No 253R0. In It.: ESTATE OF WILLIAM IRA BERRY, I >ecea sed. To All i 'i editors and All Pel Hs inu Claims or Demands Against Haid Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which s I, • either nay have again*! the e-iate of .WILLIAM IRA BERRY, deci iseii, late of l >ade Ci inty, I lorida, to the Hon. W. P. BLANTi iN, Count Judge of Dad.('ount>. and file the s-'ime in his office in the Count! bouse iii Dad, County, Plorlda, 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 %  worn to and presented as aforesaid, (.: %  same will he barred. I 'ate January 22, A.D. 1951. JOSEPH PARDO, As Administrator of the Estate Of WILLIAM IRA BERRY, Dei eased. J. F. GORDON NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Pi IR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHAN' 'ELY. No. 137698, FLORENCE SCHWEITZER, Plaintiff, vs. HAROLD SCHWEITZER, Defend.mi. TO: IIARoi.D SCHWEITZER 2311 7 Street Tuscaloosa, Alaban a Y' >F ARE REQUIRED I i • rve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the pl Attorneys and file the original answer In th" Office of the Clerk of the Circuit cant on or I •• I'tli day of February, 1951, in the above entitled nei A :% %  a i Fro Confesso 111 1 I against V I 'ATED: this 5th day i i Janu 1951. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the I 'It ult t !ourb (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, I lep iiy Cleric DE COSTA8, MAER s PLOYD Attorneys for Plaintiff IViT -x Biscayne Building Miami 22, Plorlda Bj : WALLACE N. MAER I if Counsel 1/12-19-26 2 9 LEVIN, his wife, Defendants. To: SAM LEVIN and AUDREY L. LEVIN, 776 HARVARD UNIVERSITY CITY, MISSOURI. YOU are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint Braving for Declaratory Decree and Other Relief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney and to file the original Answer in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12 day of February. A.D. 1931; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this o day of January, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,-,,,,, NAME LAW ,. %  %  IS HEREBY GIVEN that L pied Jeslring to engage In "under the fictitious name of M v,v Ms PRINTING Miami 720 Beach, name & PERWashington Florida, InIV U 't r e 1 ? l t 2r sni(1 name with the E, y 'ji"• Circuit Court of Dade |tM:Y'uV,i!uT E ABRAMSON fr Applicant ,"in Road Plorlda NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Warren Supply at .1711 N.W. 50th Street, intend to register said name wlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „.„ EUC.ENE R. KATZ JAMES RRESLAW ESTELLE li. BRESLAW 2/2-9-16-23 ^^^^_ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EI'EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY. FLORDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 138104. ALICE SMITH, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES SMITH. Defendant. TO: CHARLES SMITH 17 Pundas Street Edinburgh 3, Scotland TOU are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a copy of which is enclosed herewith. and file the co| on Plaintiffs attorney, __. original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida on or before the 21st day of February. 1951, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as '" %  "'ai^M^mrpiorlda. this 22nd day of January. 1,951. KATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court SJal) By WM. W. SAMUEL J. RAND Attorney for Plaintiff 1007 Olvmpia Building Miami 32, Florida 1/26 2/2-9-P1 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. %  st ^*QE > ^ PERSONAL 1 W"M if 11 V I • T 1 i'M COMMERCIAL f %  rfJsWVlsjaUs^^B^^H COVERAGE! I SSSS^Si %  PHONE 9-3836 I ^^fflS^ 7 N. C 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. f\-* J Dade County, (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. Name and Address of Plaintiffs' Solicitor: NORMAN K. LYoNS, !H4 Olvmpia Bldg. Miami. Florida. 1/12-19-26 2/2 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 PALMS MOTEL at 6600 S. Dixie Highway, South Miami, Pade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. SAMUEL B. FREEDMAN STANLEY RASKIN AMY FREEDMAN EI-AYNK RASKIN GENET & GENET Attorneys for all parties 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 FAIRLAWN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY at No. 422 Southwest 22nd Avenue, in the City of Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MILTON FREIWALD, Sole Owner MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney at law 914 Olympia Building Miami. Florida. 1/12-19-26 2/2 u. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH .1UP1CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOB HADE 1'tH'XTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. ROSLYN TAUB. Plaintiff, vs. MAX TAUB, Defendant. TO: MAX TAUB. c/o St. Francis Hotel, 47th Street & Broadway. New York city. New York. Ion are required to serve %  copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the II day of February, A.D. 1951: otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as ed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 16 day of January, 1961. I-:, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, 1 i.ule County. Florida. "'"••" i, '" "' BV:"M. C. FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 1/19-26 2/2-9 Miami. Florida Attorney for Administrator 1/26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. NO. 137949. MARIA J. .1 LANDRY. Plaintiff, vs. ROGER LANDRY, Defendant. TO ROGER LANDRY, DEFENDANT: You are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint II|H,II the plaintiff's attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Plorlda, and file tho original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before February 16, 1(51; otherwise, said Bill 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 The 20th Street Self Service Laundry nnd iny Cleaning Agency at 508 N.W. 20th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN AARONPAUL FOX 1/26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137834. BERNARD FELDMAN. Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE FELDMAN. Defendant. You. ELSIE FELDMAN, 2101 7:.th Street, 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 tho Clerk of this Court on or before February 10, 1951. otherwise-a Decree Pro ConfessO will be entered against you. Dated January 11. 1951. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Plaintiff's Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE iiiFNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. JOSEPHINE C.RSKOVICH, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH GRSKOV1CH, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH C.RSKOVICH 42S West 43rd Street New York City, N V You, JOSEPH C.RSKOVICH, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Essen, "823 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer >r Pleading In tho office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12 day of Feb., 1051. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each Week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. POM: AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this n day of Jan A.D 1M1. E. B, LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. PEN ESSEN gtl Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1/19-26 2/2-9 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 Frailer'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 TRABOLD FRIEDA TRABOLD Owners EDWARD II. LEVIN Attorney for Applicants 1717 Congress Bldg. 1/12-19.M I J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. 137732. ANITA R ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs. LEON ROSENBERG, Defendant. TO LEON ROSENBERG, DEFENDANT: You are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon plaintiff's attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG, 420 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. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court; (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. 1/12-19-26 2/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI-ORIPA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137*12. Mil HAUL ANGELICO. Plaintiff, vs. MARY ANGELICO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY ANGELICO c'o MARY VBEDELAHAD 423 Baal 116th Street i New York City. New York You MARY ANGELICO. are herehy notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yon. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to' the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., B2S Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court on or before the 12 day of Feb., 1931. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of Jan., AD 1961. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida, (Circailt Court Seal) T By WM W BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 823 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida I Attorney for Plaintiff 11/19-26 2/2-9 ST. n'KING. Deputy Clerk.



PAGE 1

; •y.v**. i f.^. %  tmm FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, \%\ former Address Will Mark Tenth \miiversarv Of AIM. Office Here .AllII I* !" J V %  ^ the po ii C e training programs m | Miami Beach Lodge of 1B M .n the po ^^ ^ B'rith. in ^operation uith all SreTare now being adopted in B'nai B'rith groups in South wres are Florida, is sponsoring anaddress othe^ cities* o£ ADL by Arnold Forstei. national a c, a Afl building dem rights Erector -yu--e^ = ^ ~~Flonda during h e League, and authoi of A Measuie t been he wmsm £== t will mark the tenth ann of the Flonda Regional _Flor ^ versary the 10 cootion nai B'rith leaders. committeemen. Ida'regional board members. leaders through of Nazi propaganda and 0*an-1 dedicated tn"^.^g and our country c u ,*? u % T w,l %  advancement of democratic unour community/ GdtotJ. ^1 £ St andTng Balkin said, kin. regional director said. Fr !" ^ dedi d or.rr>o wars an active AUL. U> "*~ „._ %  o\.;.v, jzations in our community. kin. regional director •^.^^.X^gZ-ilh the dedicated cosome years an active AUL. ia> !" s „'„,, R rith and committee of Sholem Lodge. B-nai operation o MB*> Bnth i_ B'rith. carried on a vigorous factcommunity ieau K F finding and counteractive pre' ffl^ gram in the community. Growth *^}* !" !" have ser ved Florida of the loca program necessitated directors h* jncluding professionally directed ADL guidgJ7 £ a 0 S xerma n. Alexander ?K^ oSE AD?o&w*i S S£ and George J. Tal.anoff." that the Florida established." According to Balkin. ADL's accomplishments during the past decade in rooting out bigotry and advancing democratic relations in Greater Miami and Florida include: (1) A multi-year battle to elimhe added. Kovner Award .1 ndVies Listed NEW YORK—Judges for the Harry Kovner Poetry Awards competition have been named by inate social discrimination culmithe Jewish Book Council of Amernated in the now historic Miami ica. Dr. Mortimer J. Cohen, counBeach Anti-D. Ordinance, enacted in June. ] 149 Florida was tl to enacl tin iti n I n n; igh a cil president, announced. 1 he competition is held under the council, J ( wish Welfi re Board (JWB). will be presented tedbyth. try of literary men j ev h were pub(3) Contii irin 8 19o ,, KuKluxK in the The judges—all of whom are %  bv 14 Fl irida c mi niwriters and aut sk ities n Jewish literature• linance. Fl • Lowenthal, Rabbi A. Alan Steii ach, Rabbi Louis I Ne wipe out hoodlu: an. Ludwig Lewisohn, Shal : Si el. M. Feinstein. Hillel Bavli, i -.-. i Silberschlag, Dr. Sol LiptTallahassee, Hialeah, West Palm Beach. West Miami, Ta Springs, Atlantic Beach, South i, C iral Gables. Miami 5, Orlando. Bartow and Mizin. Moshe Starkman, Melech Ravitch and A. J. Heschell. The three awards will be for S100 each and will be presented to the authors of the best books I an a ntit ; etry in English. Hebrew and : : ordinance. lish. The works must have veteran published in the United pre groups, women and nuhave been alerti I the menace of, KKK and I ties and h B'nai ;. th in coopi fl rts t such un-American and un-democr (4' Establishmi nt t a br range educat:.->r.al program advancing good human relal which is daily in.; nted by hundreds of schools, radio stations, churches, and numerous organizations throughout the Leadership has been exerted during the past 10 years in m democracy w the enjoyment of full equality of tunity by all ] irdless of creed, col group distinction. Pioneering efforts by ADL in Florida have result workshops in hun ... relati ns being held during sun sions at the major college. univi (5) A I. iman programming in the S %  the inauguration by F! >rida ADL ctures in inl relations States. Funds for the awards have p ivided by the family of the late Harry Kovner. father of : K vner, Miami Beach at% % %  •. Hialeah-Spriiigs Lodge To See Film The film, "This Is B'nai B'rith," ted by Quentin Reynolds. will be shown at the next meeting of Flamingo Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Wednesday. February 7. at 8:15 p.m. at the Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Center, 901 East 4th Ave., Hialeah. President Ben Bloom has announced that plans are being readied for the ace at the District Grand I P : • Abe Schewel of Lynchburg. Schewel will address the ting on Februarv 21. %  • %  Gord n an 1 Natl lodge Anti-Del L gu< com" e, will report on | ... "One H.:,Sprii DOOM through the use of NYLON TENTS % The Cost is reduced more than \ i 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY ^WOOD^AND SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 SO HOBIOA'S LARGEST IXTERMINATING COv' 1/WSA REAL FREEZER! A separate compartment with a separate door. Hofd-wWO pound* $ttoZL foods. Freezes fresh foods and leftovers/ SlT'S A BIG REFRIGERATOR! Aseparate compartment with aseparate toor. Never j^jkf !" 6n$ And it's really bi*-15K square feet of shelf area! / IT'S GOT ALHKO MAGNETIC *oo*sr The new miracle doors that seal magneticaUyl No slamming no* (latches, no noise! Lower door opens with the touch of a foot pedals Model NHX-10 /AND IT'S GENERAL ELECTRIC! Yea—the famous G-E sealed-in refrigerating sys-. tern assures you of years of dependable service End lowest operating cost. Plus the finest, worksaving features:


MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 2, 1951

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01200

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 2, 1951

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01200

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
^wiislUEIIiDiciidliiQun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IME 24- NUMBER 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
pian I nderground Heroine Will Kamp Raps ADL {Ol ftpr ma") War
Cress Seeurity Luncheon I u.-sday At Defense Meet \~}. ""Ja'
Daman, Catholic heroine
[ Belgian underground, who
nn extensive tour of Israel"
he Arab states last year,
eadline the security lunch-
be >;iven by the women's
jit of the Combined Jewish
on Tuesday. February 6.
noon at the Casablanca
Sol H. Leslie, chairman.
Lees that the slogan for the
| is "$51 PlusIn '51." As-
Mrs. Leslie with arrange-
are Mrs. Fred Jonas and
lenrv Seitlin, co-chairmen.
Tuesday I At Defense Meet
Alex Libow were co-chairmen of WASHINGTON, (JTA) The | NlllinAK PrPPfl
the event. | Women's Patriotic Conference on IVII IUIJ IVVU
Quentin Reynolds, eminent j National Defense, now meeting
newspaperman, author and lee- j here at the Hotel Statler with the
turer. who recently returned from : reported participation of 34 large
his eighth trip to Israel, spoke to national women's organizations,
more than 200 leaders of the Jew- was told by Joseph P. Kamp, who
ish community Tuesday night at has long been aligned with the
a dinner at the Westview Country country's most prominent anti-
Club. The affair launched the Semites, that the B'nai B'rith's
special gift phase of the cam-
paign.
In his informal talk, Reynolds
declared that aid to Israel 'should
not be exclusively a Jewish
. vsWt but f ou,d..!5e Tfderd
Daman, who escorted 63 ; ?f vital importance to all Amer-
African Jewish children lca"s: t.-.n-c. ,.. ijj
A total of Sd4.975 was pledged
to the fund, bringing the total
raised to date to $539,942.
Herbert E. Seher was chairman
of the affair.
.".....-.. L. til < -. .V *_* 11(11 *_* 1 ..1
Anti-Defamation League is even
more dangerous to this country
than the Communists.
Kamp, who served a prison
term for contempt of Congress
and is now under citation for
contempt of the Buchanan Lobby
Investigating committee, was one
of the principal speakers at the
conference. The Women's Auxili-
ary of the Jewish War Veterans
was listed as a participant in the
conference.
Marseilles to Israel, spent
weeks in the Jewish state.
|heie. she visited immigrant
agricultural centers and
fcd cities. During her stay
Bel. she renewed her ac-
Bnce with many Jews from
rn who owe their lives to
[ill in eluding the Gestapo.
Daman will also speak at
nunr division brunch on
February 11. in the King T .
Room of the Saxcnv Ho- NEW YORK, (JTA) The of constructive work in Israel can
i Danbaum is chairman of American section of the Jewish ; legitimately lay claims to public
ir ] Agency for the first time this support in the United States.
Id Shapiro will address week placed a paid advertisement: ..But the Agency warns, "oc-
irs of the insurance divi- in the general press here, warn- casionany individuals and organ-
r.._ j__:_:__. i__.u. incf aPHinst unauthorized Cam- : ;..n-. launch new ramn:
Jewish Agency Warns Against
Unauthorized Appeals For Israel
ol mi: insurance uivi- --- m,~r 4u I A ^nn-, '"""; ,..u,..^*.*..~ ._-.
i fund-raising luncheon ing against unauthorized cam- izations iaunch new campaigns in
I Hearth Restaurant. 1549 campaigns for Israel. Contributors behalf 0f Tsrael enterprises of
Leton Ave., Miami Beach, are urged to examine carefully | special and limited character.
r-_i______ io -~ thp Hair Drwai s Tnese enterprises are not always
constructive and the claims put
forward on their behalf are not
always warranted by the facts."
The announcement points out
that the Jewish Agency set up a
year ago a special committee on
BKton Ave., Miami r>eacn, ----- -
By, February 2, at 12 noon, the claims put frwardT^f ""_*
jjes of $10,000 were made other than the United Jewish Ap-
feuSr^itoXTti Emphasizing that the main
fcablanca Hotel Helen channel for AmjriMn Jewry's
an Douglas, for three terms ( P"n*PIS8UP^rtA0'Jf/1aeltJ!
h-csswornan from California j the United jp**'M*J ** ,
fted actress, was principal Agency f**'^ and authorization of
Ir. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, certain o hejwgoriaia traditions campaigns for the purpose of in-
lidney Lefcourt and Mrs. tions with established traditions stPga*ng al, proposed cam-
paigns in behalf of Israel with a
view to establishing the validity
of their claims and their general
usefulness. It urges contributors
to check with this committee
whenever they are in doubt about
any organization other than the
United Jewish Appeal.
icil Women To Hear Nat'l Leaders
ii Section of the National
ll of Jewish Women will
pst to its national president,
Irving M. Engel, of New
City, from February 7 to 10.
till be honor guest and
perience in immigration work and
is recognized as one of the coun-
try's leading authorities in the
field. As chairman of councils
national committee on service to
foreign born in 1946, she took a
leading part in merging the coun-
cil's national service to foreign
ll speaker at a meeting on born department with the former
iday, February 7, at 8:15 National Refugee Service to form
Temple Beth Sholom. Her tne Tjnjted Service for New
will be "Council 1951." Americans.
iption in the temple patio; ^ twQ years she served as
Mow. chairman of both the board of
al invitations to the meet- .directors and the executive com-
e been issued to Wm. D. mittec 0f United Service for New
president of the Greater Americans and is now a member
of its executive committee. She is
a director of the recently organ-
; ized New York Association for
ations; and Mrs. Fred New Americans, and a member ol
president of the Dade[tne board 0f the University-Insti-
|tion of Women's Clubs. | ^ute-Technion.
Leon Kronish will be host becoming president of
:vening and offer the in- National Council of Jewish
'" Women. Mrs. Engel served as a
Engel, nationally promi- nati0nal vice president and ctiair-
welfare, civic and reli- man 0f its executive committee.
'"*"*" She is a past vice president i
; me uMiucioiuP j ational Council of Jewish- chairman of its service to foreign
- 57-year-old organiza- born committee.
Jewish Federation; Mrs.
[Glasser, president of the
ence of Jewish Women's
Crisis In Israel
Still Not Over,
Sharett Says
JERUSALEM, (JTA) "The
crisis created by the birth of Is-
rael is not over," Foreign Minis-
ter Moshe Sharett declared in
Parliament this week during a
report on Israel's current foreign
policy Mr. Sharett also outlined
Israel's role at the recently con-
cluded United Nations General
Assembly, dwelling particularly
on the situation in respect to Je-
rusalem.
The principal question still to
be settled in relation to Israels
foreign policy is that of peace
with its Arab neighbors the ior-
welfare, civic and ren- mal its executive conuiu*w. eign minister said, but added that
ctivities, is the eleventh she is a past vice president of the there nas been no progress on the
to assume the leadership N York Section and a former issue He warned the Arab stales
' that Israel is prepared "to clasp
every hand Wretched out to it.
Mrs Engel is a director of the but will vigorously fight attempts
Preiter New York United Jewish at revenge.
K"r In an evaluation of the accom-
plishments of the U. N. Concili-
ation Commission for Palestine,
he said that its purpose had been
balked by the fact that the U.
N had not imposed clear obliga-
tions on the parties concerned to ,
enter into direct negotiations
The Arabs have fought bitterly
against direct negotiations and
therefore it would have been a ,
"miracle" if the commissions ef- .
forts had succeeded, he stated,
pointing out that "the fate of
ocace is at the discretion of the {
FRANKFURT. Germany.
American authorities Wednesday
spared 21 German war criminals
from the gallows, freed German
steel magnate Alfred Krupp von
Bohlen und Halbach and restored
his property rights in the Krupp
industrial empire.
Those saved from death includ-
ed six former Nazi S. S. troopers
convicted of murdering U. S.
soldiers in the infamous "Mal-
medy massacre."
Eight of the highest executives
of the Krupp industrial empire
also were freed in a sweping re-
view of all remaining U. S.-tried
war crimes cases. But U. S. High
Commissioner John J. McCloy
and U. S. Military Commander
! Thomas T. Handy confirmed
seven death sentences, including
four men convicted of slaughter-
ing more than 1.000,000 Jews and
gypsies and former SS Maj. Gen.
Oswald Pohl. who bossed Hitler's
concentration camp system.
U. S. To Extend
Teehniral Aid
To Jewish State
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
United States Government has
! agreed to extend technical aid to
j Israel under the Point Four Pro-
| gram of President Truman, it was
i announced here this week by For- i
ieign Minister Moshe Sharrett. The
1 minister made it clear that the ac-
ceptance of "Point Four" assist-
ance does not put the Jewish state
! under any political obligations to
, the United States.
Mr. Sharett indicated that a
year ago Israel also requested
! technical aid from the Soviet Un-
| ion, but so far no reply has been
'received from Moscow. Specifi-
cally, Israel wanted Soviet for-
lestry experts to be sent to Israel
to act as advisers on afforesta-
"Wom the United States, Mr
Sharett said, tke Jewish state will
request experts in public health,
road construction, railways, irri-
gation and citrus culture. Israel
will, under the "Point Four pro-
gram, send to the United States
some of its citizens for training
in ship repair, deep sea fishing,
railway operation and mainte-
nance and various other indus-
tries.
A three-man Polish delegation
has arrived to negotiate a new
trade pact between Israel and Po-
land. The last agreement expired
last month. The delegation is
headed by J. Piecarek, director
of the Polish Ministry of Foreign
Trade.
Hundreds Attend
Cohen Funeral
Several hundred persons at-
tended funeral services for Isidor
Cohen, one of the first Jewish
residents in this area and a civic
leader and business man here be-
fore there was a Miami, on Sun-
day afternoon at Congregation
Beth David. Rabbi Max Shapiro
conducted the rites, assisted by
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Mr. Cohen died last Thursday
night at his home, 1876 S.W. 10th
St., at the age of 80.
Born in Russia in 1870, Mr.
Cohen came to America with his
parents in 1883. He became a
hich has more than 94.000
6rs in 240 local sections
hout the country. She was
out the country. She was 1 VDa .^ and is a former member
national president in Oc- ; f^ executive and administra-
94Vlthetri^ialCn I tive committee of the National
l in Baltimore, Md. !TTr,itPH Jewish Appeal and the
Engel has had broad ex- ,^d ^ewis^.^PP q{ ^^
men's Division of the National
United Jewish Appeal.
1 This Will be Mrs. Engel s first
1 visit to Miami. She is coming from
i Nashville and will proceed to
NeW Resides the evening meeting.
Mrs Engel's Miami schedule in-
cludes a *Pecial boald-. nu'lcUu8
and -br ;'th i i'na 2WB' sKS, rule a -^-^1^^ state,
S1yHto1 -md a"radio interview Mr. Sharett also reviewed the
C r Son WIOD on Saturday, efforts of the Israel government
February- 10. ai! 9 a.m. to drive home, to the nations of
Mrs.
Irving M. Engel
bruary 10. at 9 a.m. JSp world the fact that Jerusalem
Mrs. Engel will"be en tert-med ; ^s Vecome^the de facto capital
, by the two national boardl num n Re expressed
berswho ve here. Mrs Stantey or tne ^ th t was
C. Myers, and Mrs Monte^Seiifr ine ^ ^ a{ ses.
sus aA^&J^iss Wage Disputes
Close Israel
Metal Plants
TEL AVIV, (JTA) A wage
dispute between labor and man-
agement has resulted in the com- ,
plete closing down of 20 of Is-
rael's metal plants and restricted
production in ten others. After
500 metal workers had gone on
strike for higher wages, the in-
dustry's manufacturers associa-
tion decided to close down the
20 plants and keep them closed
until the government intervened
to have the strike called off.
The problem was studied by the
Israeli Cabinet last week and a
cabinet committee of three was
appointed to investigate the situ-
ation and seek to establish bet-
ter relations between workers
and employers in the industry.
Full support to the workers was
pledged by the Histadruth. Is-
rael's Federation of Labor. Mapai,
the Labor Party, also sent a mes-
sage of encouragement to the
strikers. Histadruth officials pre-
dicted that the crisis in the in-
dustry may continue for a month.
Fifteen hundred men employed
in the industry are now affected
by the strike and lockout.
Isidor Cohen
naturalized citizen in Savannah.
Ga.. in 1891 and moved to Miami
in 1893.
In the small community near
Biscayne Bay he opened a little
store on the south side of the
Miami River stocking it with
merchandise he brought with him
from Titusville.
From the time that he came
here until ill health forced his
virtual retirement ten years ago,
Mr. Cohen was in the vanguard of
the city's civic leadership. He was
active in the movement to in-
corporate Miami and was one of
the 380 citizens who lived within
the limits when the charter was
granted. He was one of the group
present on the occasion on July
28. 1896 "This is now the city of
Miami," he wrote. "We are duly
I incorporated and we expect to
beat Key West in population
within a short time."
Mr. Cohen was also a pioneer
in Jewish cultural and religious
activities in the area. He was one
of the organizers of the Congrega-
tion Beth David, oldest synagogue
in the area, and was active in the
formation of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau.
At various times, Mr. Cohen
was president and secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce; president
of the Merchants Association;
president of the Dade County Fair
Association; secretary of the First
Community Chest; secretary of
the American Red Cross; mem-
ber of the State Democratic Ex-
ecutive Committee; and a member
of the charter board which drew
up the present city manager form
of government.
Mr. Cohen's mind was a treas-
ure trove of memories about this
area and in 1925 he published a
book. "Historical Sketches and
Sidelights of Miami." an invalu-
able source of Miami information.
His last public appearance was
July 27, 1950, when he cut the
city's birthday cake at rites at
Bayfront Park.
He is survived by his wife;
three children, Mrs. Sydney L.
; Weintraub, Murray Cohen and
Edward Cohen, all of Miami, and
two grandchildren. Albert Laur-
ence Weintraub and Jeri Cohen.
Burial was in Mount Nebo
Cemetery with Miami Riverside
in charge of arrangements.


PAJSE2A
+Je*tdJhis&&L
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. lasi
Note Tucked In Raincoat Will Provide
Trip To America For Chen Sergeant
BOSTON (AJP)A tiny note
tueked away in the pocket of a
raincoat many thousands of miles
away in Israel will provide a cute
young sergeant in the Chen
(Women's Army of Israel) with a
free oll-expenses-paid trip to the
United States and this famed Hub
City, it was disclosed this week.
The amazing story of a generous
Amei ican manufacturer's surprise
plan was unfolded here this week.
It began months ago when Fred
Monosson, visited Israel. As fate
would have it Monosson, a rain-
coat manufacturer, was to view
the Chen parading in the rain.
They were not wearing raincoats.
Inquiring, the manufacturer
learned that there were no rain-
coats for the Chen. Once back in
B )ston, Monosson. a prominent
Zionist, set I > work manufactur-
ing sample-;. He forwarded them
to Israel where the Quartermaster
Corps of the Chen approved the
nndel. With the assistance of an-
other plant, Monosson's firm sup-
plied the entire Chen with rain-
coats.
But it didn't quite satisfy the
generous Zionisl With the ap-
proval of th v of Jeru- '
salem, Reuven Shribman, M in *-
s in hit on the idea of placing a
note in the pockit of one of the
thousands of raincoats, making
i tile a trip to the United
States fin ime fortunate, ; I
tic Israeli young Chen.
Sgt. Shoulamith Paz, of Petah
Tiqva, was on< of thousands of
girls lined-up before a supply
depot one early morning last No-
vember to receive winter issue.
Both llavid To
Honor Rabbi
Beth David Congregation will
honor Rabbi Max Shapiro at a
reception on Sunday, February
11 at 8 p.m. at the synagogue.
The occasion will mark the com-
pletion of the rabbi's eighteenth
year of service to the pioneer
congregation.
In Hebrew 18 is "Chai" which
means "life" and traditionally
marks the completion of one-nail
of a man's active life. Hence the
anniversary has a special signi-
ficance.
Rabbi Shapiro has served on
the faculty at the University of
Miami and has represented the
Jewish community on the Miami
Round Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
In 1944 he was elected the only
delegate from this area to the
World Jewish Congress and to the
American Jewish Conference.
One of the founders of the Zionist
Organization of America in this
area, the rabbi has participated
in all major community affairs.
Date Changed
Ogden Nash, nationally known
humorous poet, will appear on the
Hollywood Jewish Center Forum
Series on Sunday. February 4,
at 815 p.m.. instead of February
11 as originally scheduled, ac-
cording to Abraham J. Salter and
A. Jack Home, co-chairmen of
the series.
Mark Tu Bishevat
Pioneer Women Club No. One
of Miami Beach marked Tu
Bishevat at a Malave Malke on
Saturday. January 27. at 7:30 p.m.
at the Israel Restaurant, 756
Washington Ave. J. Shutkin of
the Jewish National Fund
was principal speaker.
will
Board To Meet
Mrs. Irving Frankel will open
her home at 795 Lakeview Drive,
Miami Beach at 10 a.m. on Sun-
dajr, February 4, to members of
the board of "directors of the Mi-
ami Beach Women's Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman of
the board, will preside.
Klein To Head Beach
Red Cross Drive
Maurice "Doc" Klein. Miami
Beach councilman, has been
named chairman of the M
Beach division for the Red Ci -
campaign in March.
Klein is p..- mander of
85, American Legion: past
Among the items was a raincoal si I mander of the J'
made in the U.S.A. Inspecting ie war Veterans; twice commander
Tar
of
be American-bound shortly. many civic groups. He is also
-----------------------------chief warden for the Dade Coun-
Karpen To Speak For ty civil Defense o
Young Israel Appeal ? thc l
fense P I am c nv
,....,,. ... ,.._ w..j..,. ,..|,n,i,.6 uk war veterans; twice commamu
pockets casually, Sergeant Paz I of the Miami Beach Jewish Ws
ci scovered .. note THE .note. ,. .
The attractive little Chen will Vetl ,nd ls a rnemoer c
I Klein d .
c "II
Hotel E ...
B participat
i lefe:
The K !z Is one out
\ parl
Council I Red Crossfirsl
. n,
tun I and n
1 )T '' num-
Ar. in\ f the \ : )'
'ems facing the youth of ] to step u
was made by Rabbi
Weiss, n reel Youi means th I
Is ael, and Eli, 51 to raisi
',' than we did I
Eretz Isi lei Fund spon greater
H^^wSi^c1""8 at ; "This can >' Phshed if
,;::;:' v.-e have enough ,
Martin T^Lp ., cnou8h P^P'* and ask them to
1 ,; 1 Y?.na '/ tlC gIVe' We nee local Young Israel directed the;teen in th
OutKlaiitling Man And Woman Of 1950
To ll' Selected lly Organizations
The Outstanding Man and Wo-(unheralded and unsung individual
of L950 will again be se- ] who devotes his time unselfishly
lected by civic, service and to an essential and important
fraternal organizations in Dade community cause. Anyone can
County, according to an an-'nominate a candidate for this
nouncement bv Louis Snetman of honor by simply listing his quali-
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. ations and accomplishments and
The award.-, now in their fourth sending the letter to the Out-
year will be made to the man and standing Citizens Award Corn-
woman selected by a panel of mittee. Organizations are urged
judges for "unusual and outstand- to consider such persons and to
ing civic evepient for the submit their names as candidates."
community welfare in Dade \ The steering committee from
C unty in 1950." |Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, origi-
Winners of the trophies last | nators of the four year old civic
year were Miss Betty Ward, di- project are: Snetman. general
iector of the Miami Daily News j chairman. Joseph Ray vis and
Youth Rour.d-Up. and Dr. Mur- Henry Weiss, publicity and public
:i relations; Sanford M. Swerdlin.
at the Univei t '' judges and park facilities; Wil-
In pi -!nl L- PaUot, mayor's proclama-
1948. Mrs Vlad ?s< crty officials and digni-
.: x Faber. pro-ram and
St tnley Caidin, program;
jndei Morris Bierman, ushers, d.
: Evergla I Nati mal Park. Vuns, an "owers: ;,nd c- R
I' '. will -J-'cobson. press relations.
e i vent
: W In : ). .'' bi ry T. al
7:30 p.m. in the I Mr.
'' |
I I spear-
l the cil ect in
1950.
"The annual c impi tit n to e-
lect 1
in ol Dade Count;
Sm
:. "It is a sinci n I I
ly efl part of the Dade
County community to honor the
Dr. Narot Honored
By Atlantic City
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, who be-
came spiritual leader of Temple
Israel in September, was present-
ed a citation of merit in absentia
by the Federation of Jewish
Charities of Atlantic -City at its
annual meeting.
The presentation made by
Mayor Joseph Altman recognized
the rabbi's chairmanship of the
United Jewish Appeal campaigns
from 1943 to 1945 and his co-
chairmanship in 1950.
The citation reads in part: "His
enthusiasm and devotion to the
task made possible the saving of
innumerable lives and the pre-
servation of Jewish values. His
name is herqsjy added to the
Honor Roll of Humanitarian
Workers."
Samuel Becker, president of the
Federation of Jewish Charities,
and Irving T. Spivack, executive
director, also paid tribute to the
rabbi for his leadership in the
general community.
Special reference was also made
to Dr. Narot's trip to Israel in the
early spring of 1950. He reported
on his trip on numerous occasions
throughout the 1950 campaign.
ELITE
CHOCOLATE
and
CANDIES
PRODUCTS of ISRAEL
Truly Delicious 1
Now on Sale at
Food Fair
and
Carl's Markets
PTA To Meet
People who are willing to
: work can call me at my office.
or call the Red Cross M
Next meeting of the Beth David Beach office. 5-514i; n add-
PTA is s | for ed.
1 -j Th. R, I c ;
WANTED: RETIRED OR SEMI RETIRED JEWISH MAN
Unmai,i,d. to live in at funeral home; able to intelligently
take ncsages by phone, in return for room and small salary.
Apply in person: Gordon Funeral Home. 710 S.W. 12th Ave
! AG al :
The Nov.- H
Gift B v :
'nl8 ,. ci ....cm,: ,. itl'tl
Heavy C G
5 IB
Special Discount to Sisterhood Gift Shops
NATIONAL HEBREW BOOK COMPANY
1123 Broadway-Dept. R-New York 10 N Y
WlLlaVY Hebr.ew Reli9iu* Articles at '
lowest pr.ces. Prices quoted on request
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
For superlative cuisine
in an atmosphere of quiet elegance
DAVID ROSNER
Invites you to dine once again at his luxurious
bi o t i<: r <; o o n
On the Ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach
Of Course Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
Dinner 0:30 to 8:30 P.M. For reservations Phone 58-1451
On Stage
Dial ei;*er

Jewish.Funeral Services:..2
^ Frr-r "conducted with reverent regard to every]
Newish religious tradition. Our full knowledge
of all the requirements and our many years of
faithful service to Jewish families afford the
comforting assurance tli.it each service .shall
he collect in every detail.
In our two complete funeral chapels, beauti-
fully furnished and decorated, throughout,'
(every funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere
ol dignity and pea
flllfMlft
ERtlish-Yiddish
UMMMltTTH|IC
Mickey Ksiix
Roosevelt
Theatre
41st & Chase
Pil 121
Now Playing
Eve. 8:40
Mats. Sat. Sun. 3 p.M
Mai
'
.Memorial Chapel
kTVtO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Miami
West Ffegje, fc 20th Ave7. Phone 9-2664
Miami Brack
1236 Washington Ave. Phone 5-7777 M*
24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
EDVN ARD T. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE EISENBERC. Treasurer) |
IN NEW YORK: 70th Street and Amsterdam Ave. -
BROOKLYN BRONX LONC ISLAND


rmV_rEBRUABV 2, 1951
+JentrkrMir>n
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
th the demise of Isidor Cohen in his 80th year,
are few pioneers left in Miami who can recall
noes that preceded completion of the much
I about railroad, which would some day con-
utpost 01 about 100 settlers with the g
M hevond Few old timers can remember the
WOu day when, amidst flag waving and speech
* an P.E.C. locomotive pulling several coaches
''.","'"lv built tracks, steamed into the wooden
Bttlement near Ft. Dallas.
-he Early Settlement.
n many oldsters describe the spirited debates
.pr cracker barrels in country stores between the
lions that were taking form. The "rail-
The Passing Of A Pioneer
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
1
- r
I he had just completed. But the opposition
: They chose the name Miami, after the river
, folks said meant sweet water in the Indian
...ie.
The Chartered City.
In 1893. Isidor Cohen came to the tiny settlement
near Biscayne Bay. He assisted in drawing for the
7,A'n of Miami the charter which was granted in
1896. The young pioneer found the future city con-
[ waste land, which a beneficent government
jiving gratis to qualified homesteaders in 160
icts. When he died, the hamlet on the river
had .-xpanded to a cluster of cities harboring
i million souls. Listening to Mr. Cohen's de-
of early days, one realized the gigantic
;n the world during his lifetime.
Corirorcrsiul Issues.
Y example, there was much wrangling as to
v-hetl ''Is in the new town should be narrow
The group favoring narrow streets won
on the theory that tourists, chiefly older people,
: it difficult to cross broad thoroughfares.
i issibilities of the new questionable wagon with-
out horses were completely overlooked. No one could
iee in what way the impracticable automobile
could change living conditions and affect our entire
civilization.
Self Made and Selj Taught.
Mr. C In n had the necessary patience, endurance,
and optimism for a pioneer. Public spirited, he took
an active interest in politics, which in the final
sis means the democratic process in action. He
liked people, and thus found pleasure and stimulation
in social intercourse and civic duties. During the
long summer months, when business and fraternal
activities were at a standstill, he whiled away the
hot hours in re iding voraciously. Ti.is pastime was
rewarding. Books filled some gaps in the education
of the self-taught, self-made immigrant. Reading
also gave him mastery over English, which he could
never acquire in his Russian birthplace. He devel-
oped a flare for writing. Both newspapers recognized
his journalistic talents and gladly printed his read-
able, personalized articles.
The Jewish Leader.
Upon Mr. Cohen's passing, the tributes of press
and radio demonstrate the high esteem in which he
was held bv the Gentile public. Yet as Jewish
settlers began to trickle into the growing town, lead-
ership became the inevitable role of the pioneer, who
had standing and influence with the Christian popu-
lation. For a generation, he was the undisputed head
of the growing community. All Jewish activities cen-
tered around him. Under his leadership the first
congregation was formed. And when David Afremow
donated $5,000. the building on N. W. 3rd Avenue and
2nd Street was acquired from the Methodist Church
and named Beth David Synagogue.
The Expanding Community.
As the congregation grew, the usual schisms arose.
A faction inclined towards reform found the estab-
lished service too Orthodox. They fell away and
founded Temple Israel in 1922. Subsequently the
orthodox wing considered the mother Synagogue too
modern. They withdrew and started the Miami Or-
thodox Congregation, which is now called Beth EL f
Throughout these and other heated controversies, ,
Mr. Cohen bore the brunt of the battle, a partisan,
courageous fighter, too intense for half measures .
or for compromise. ;
Cooperation and Achievements.
A saving common sense, however, was among Mr.
Cohen's basic virtues. As the community grew, he
nalized the day for one man leadership was over.
He mellowed and became cooperative with the new
forces pressing forward. He worked diligently with
US in the Allied Jewish Campaign in 1926. which
raised $75,000 in pledges, a large sum for a small
community during a time when the Keren Hayesod
could scarcely secure $1,000,000 throughout all these
United States.
In the midst of the hectic boom. Mr. Cohen took a
leading part in founding Sholem Lodge of the B'nai,
B'rith. During the following year, he assisted us
newcomers in forming the Miami Zionist District.
Anti-Semitism was disturbing and vexatious. He suf-
fered pain on hearing stories about many pioneer
pals, who were not nearly as friendly to Jews In
general as to him personally. His deepest concern
was keeping the Jewish name honorable.
Trie Author and the Boom.
It is fitting to comment upon a curious quirk in
Mr. Cohen's make-up. He was never too fond of
money and consequently not over eager to amass
riches. But he had a unique opportunity. When the ,
greatest land boom in history zoomed into gigantic
proportions in 1925. Isidor Cohen was the outstanding
Jew in the Miami area. His connections with old
timers, his knowledge of real estate, his standing
with influential people should have netted him mil-
lions. But he withdrew from business and social
activities and devoted his energies to writing about
the origins of Miami, a subject he knew very well.
Thus while newcomers were making fortunes daily,
Isidor Cohen produced his Historical Sketches and
Sidelights of Miami, a book that is source material
of early Miami, its founders, its people, its politics,
its civic and fraternal life.
Ilr. Address Outer
Dr. Israel Goldfarb, now vaca-
ith Mrs. Goldfarb at the
their children, Rabbi and
Li hrman, will be the
this Friday night
Beach Jewish Center
. vening Servil
ration of Jewish Music
M Dr, Goldfarb's I p : will
Romance of Jewish
b, who has held the
'.ion Belh Is-
Emeth of Bro< klj n
IS c >n p iser
. Sh lem Aleichem which is
il the world. He
itti 11 many song books.
"Fl id.ly Ever:
"Jewish Songster" and
an i Praise fur Sabbath
E. "
the Jewish Theologi-
minary of America con-
upon him an honorary
te di gree "in recognition
vices to the Jewish com-
:......'.."
Greta Andron Heads Campus Honorary
Sisterhood Will
Install Mrs. Skop
Mrs, Morris A. Skop will be
lied as president of Sister-
Chesed Shel Emess at ccre-
on Saturday. February 3,
p.m. at the Miami Hebrew
1 and Congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will serve
tailing officer, and Rabbi
M irria A. Skop will be featured
speaker.
Other to be seated at the rites
are Mrs. Israel Goldberg, vice
I lent; Mrs. Sam Geltner,
1 ling and corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Lena Snyder, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Sarah
Stme. treasurer.
Greta Andron. daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. David S. Andron of
Miami Beach, was elected pres-
ident of Trianon, co-ed honorary
fraternity at the University of
Florida. "Greta, who is a senior
majoring in speech, is also vice
president of National Collegiate
Players, secretary of Florida
Players, charter member of Radio
Guild., featured column;.', of the
Allia itor, campus newspaper, and
member of the editorial staff of
the Seminole, annual university
publication, Gator Growl execu-
live in charge of homecoming and
I chairman of Pep Club.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Hi i School, Greta served e li-
tor-in-chief "f the school annual,
Typhoon, vice president of Na-
tional Honor Society, president of
Harlequines (dramatic socii
president of National Thespians
land had the highest scholastic
average in her class. She was
voted "student who had done
most for Miami Beach High
School, best all round student and
wittiest student."
Trianon symbolizes scholarship,
leadership and service, and is the
highest honor Florida women can
attain. All girls chosen for mem-
bership must possess a very high
scholastic average and a distin-
guished record on the campus.
Plan Barn Dance
The Women's Activities Com-
mittee of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center is
formulating plans for a barn
dance to be held February 24 at
the center, 50 N.W. 51st. Place,
according to Mrs. Ben Clein,
chairman. ___
Mrs Jesse Freed is chairman
of the event. Assisting her are
Mrs Jack Whitman and Mrs. JacK
Cohen. Mrs. Whitman has also
been named chairman of the unit s
donor affair to be held >" March.
Meetings are held every Tues-
day at 1:30 p.m. at the center. I
Young People To
Hold Bowery flflte
Board Meeting Slated
The board of the Sholem Wo-
men of B'nai B'rith will meet
Tuesday. February 6, at 11 a.m.
at the home of Mrs. Frank To-
back. 5130 Donatello. Coral
Gables. Brunch will be served.
Temple Isaiah Young People's
League will sponsor a "Bowery
Nite Party" on Sunday, February
4, at 9 p.m. at the Town and Beach
Club.
The affair will feature singing Sodai Evening Slated
waiters, can can girls, old-time
songs and dancing.
Nat Etkins is chairman. Assist-
ing him are Al Kreisler, door;
Bob Talyman, entertaiment; Ruth
Pett, and props; Elaine
Hardt, public
The Adult Social Group of the
M ami Jewish Community Center
will hold a social evening at the
ter on Saturday. February 3,
8:30 p.m. Games, refreshments
and dancing are on tl i.__
Greta Andron
Mrs. Liebman To Speak
Mrs. Malvina Weiss Liebman,
principal of South Beach Elemen-
tary School, will be guest speaker
at the next meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood on
Tuesday, February 6. Her subject
will be "The Need for Religious
Education in Child Training.
>* it m HOTEL ttJ^lj
~ 411 0ce !'' ^ III,
Nathan Ginsburg
Pioudl/ Presenfs (he Only
KOSHER DINING ROOM
Under Direcl Supervision of (D
Dessert Card Party
Will Aid Hospital
Know-Your-Neighbor Club is
sponsoring a dessert card party
for the Variety Children s Hospi-
tal on Friday. February 9, at 1
p.m. at the Variety Club atop the
Alcazar Hotel.
Reservations may be maae Dy
calling Ann Callett. at 9-9836 or
Mrs. Mabelle Lord at 78-9o40.
SI taste
ROKEACH
BORSCHT
- ^ ^^^4tTst., Miami Phon. 1-
Scientific* Kquipment
SKILLED MECHANICS
Guaranteed Workmanship
Drive In Today Save Wear
and Tear on Your Tires
WHEELS ALIGNED
Any Make Car
$249
^^m M -your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer 1
i_ .^P^V r vuiA MMMMMNT Tf .^ .--S"': fl
W.FU8LMST. PHONE9-M4I 2300 N.W. 7th AVI. WONf 2-MOS


PAGE 4 A
+Jewistifk)ridiar7
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 195!
.';
EDITORIAL
Isidor 4ah 4'ii
Isidor Cohen, pioneer Miamian, passed away
Friday. His passing leaves a sadness in the mind
and hearts of many.
He was one of the first Jews to set foot on
Miami soil back in 1893 and from the first day
took an active part in every phase of the city's
activities.
He played a major role in the gorwth and
planning of Miami, little realizing the Miami that
was yet to come.
And as he struggled for the progress and
growth of Miami he likewise saw to it that the
needs of the Jews who settled here were provided
for. The establishing of a place of worship and a
social service bureau were among those en-
deavors he created.
Mr. Cohen was a pioneer in the true sense of
the word and his passing takes from our midst
one of the remaining Jews who helped write the
first chapters of the history of the fastest growing
community in the country. Isidor Cohen pioneered
and persevered and though years will pass his
name will always rank at the top of the list of
stalwarts who laid the foundation of a city whose
maqic and Jewish life is known the world over.
gpo
if a til To Understand
L-indesberg. the city where Hitler wrote "Mein
Kcmpl," is, like the rest of Germany, saturated
with the dung of the creature who hoped to en-
slave the world and eliminate every Jew from
the face of the earth. That is the meaning of the
demonstration which took place there this week
by 3,000 Germans, who demanded the release of
some twenty-four Nazi criminals awaiting execu-
tion in the city's jail for more than a year.
The qood-hearted, merciful Germans just could
not bear the idea of Nazis lingering in prison so
long, and so they decided to voice their indigna-
tion through a protest against the injustice Of
Of course, it never occurred to them that the
offenders were convicted in Nuremberg by due
process of law after having been given every
oppoitunity to vindicate themselves and after
making the court a platform for the dissemination
of Nazi ideology. Nor did it occur to them that the
THERE CAN BE NO EVASION!
beasts in prison were sentenced to death for kill-
ing peopleeven though they were merely Jews.
We appreciate German sensibilities. After all,
losing Hitler and a war is too much for them. As
to the decimination of six million Jewswe really
did not expect them to react like human beings.
For a people steeped in indecency and in the
blood of its victims is not expected to show soft-
ness and remorse and sorrow and humaneness.
And we do not expect it of them.
What has happened in Landesberg, when 3,000
German demonstrators demanded the release of
twenty-four murderers and then proceeded to
pummel some three hundred Jews who protested
against this sudden display of mercy by the erst-
while killers of six million of our people, is
A Community Asset
February, a month of notable birthdays, sees
the celebration of a "birthday" in which all Ameri-
cans can properly join. Boy Scout Week, February
6 to 12, reminds us that one of America's largest
youth organizations has reached another mile-
stone.
Boy Scouts of America has reached its forty,
first anniversary. Since February 8, 1910, more
than 17,750,000 American boys and men have
been influenced by the Scout Oath and Law. They
have benefitted by using their leisure-time
energies in outdoor living and activities of cul-
tural and practical values which lead boys to
become dependable men.
Today over 2,750,000 boys and men are active-
ly enrolled in over 75,000 different units. Fortunate
indeed are communities where Scouting flourishes.
American adults of good character give generous-
ly of their time to give leadership. Others help
by raising funds and are members of Local Boy
Scout Councils which in turn provide training for
leaders, camp facilities, worthwhile year-round
activities, personal advancement and opportuni-
ties for Scouts to render community service.
In celebration of this birthday, the Boy Scouts
are engaged in a nationwide clothing collection
to meet emergency needs abroad, are stepping
up their training for Civil Defense and are pro-
moting greater interest in conserving the nation's
natural resuorces.
symotmatic of what is happening throughout
Germany.
A growing German clamor against war crimes
prompted a review of all remaining cases.
And just Wednesday John J. McCloy, U. S. High
Commissioner, spared twenty-one German war
criminals from the gallows. In so doing he said:
"All these reviews have been designed to make
sure that each defendant had the full benefit of a
fair trial and of any possible legal appeals and
of any grounds for clemency which could be as-
serted on his behalf," McCloy said.
"I am satisfied that the dispositions now finally
made are just to the individual and to society,"
he added. "I have striven to temper justice with
mercy."
Such action is hard to understand.
The Psychologist Speaks
Hr.Sc
< .
I
li Si
c
I- c
I
].
I
'
hi
I*. I
1 '
Dear D \ !:'
I
v>
visit will
jeu- montl
days, my hoi c becomes bed
my cntld e a >
obea i il at there are ( mtin-
uous qua tween my
pa a I i;. I .-band and
' e any help you can
of/,';- on this problem?
ANSWER:
!i i rathe wi 11 known psy-
chological Ca that the
ticki ,i a
iiifc. an already esi
I
Tit.-- is 1
It b
most probJ
:
handling
!
tne ch
then
; cipl
I
' i
expression
I
0 erp
Into rferei
b ittsi hold in the plan ol
already established with
bildren. Y )u may I
I ; '' <' i soft" by allowing
the children too much I
their play, and "messing up" of
much
Iged ''too

: ted in
ntradict ;


ften 1



renl and to I
lis-

:n their family life, wi. I
is subtly or direct i ted. Chil-
dren are easily confus
they are confr inted with di\
"f authorit fence
in 1
v n then will natur-
ally b. .'. a I do t
all of us ,
rould be
<-d if both you and the


1. Grandpan I
. ?.You

? G
dispute
Ichildren in :
or h<
..,, *!ld inforal discussions
with the grandp, n lhe
absence of the grandchild]
discuss all problems. If you all
in calm and unemot
such is will be beneficial
11 c mcerned.
3. Explani n can be made
pected your
i iduality as a child. Now you
parent and
V ive grown
up with t id
:
n-

L'n-
5 ,; make a
tion to the 1
ily. It
;
than volunteer this
ne,P' Hen volunteered help
. ,nv
inappropriate tune.
Gran 'Par' "- can and should
'" ,' :e in your
and among all c .ncerned .
svmi
Letters Commend Itahbi >!>< liHnli
Letters from national organiz..
tions paying tribute to Rabbi
M Mescheloff on the occasion
of the onial dinner being
red in his hon p airing
Rabbi Ever Joins Program
Dinner Planned
One
uinne. on J. ,- ,
Goodman To Speak
At Beach (enter
I R, G
Z
I
f 12 1
f Jewish Liv-

10 p. m.
> ish Centi r,
tures, which are open
' > the public, follow the adult
: laid every Wed-
'.- 'ay evening at 7:30 p. m
Among the classes offered are
elementary, intermediate and ad-
vanced Hebrew, a History Course
niVe.S i', ,?V Ponald Michelson
of the Hillel Foundation and a
course on the development of the
il. economical and poli-
tical life of Israel given by Sey-
mour B Liebman, former direc-
tor ol the economic commi
v., ,!" 7- i: Organization of
Amer
jnA.!'': nd lectures are held
: building
.i Cen"
entrance on lue_ I
Dov Membership Tea
w
:. Will
in, according to Judge Bernard
A. Frank, banquet chairman.
Leading national Zionist, reli-
gious and educational or;:
tions commend the scholi
ncerity of the rabbi,
who is being honored by Congre-
gation Beth Jacob for t! I
yi ars of spiritual leadership in
immunity on Februarv 11.
Irving Pietrack, violinist and
and his |]
i musical program for the
ion,. Pietrack who \
pupil of Leopold Auer and
inoff, completed a world I
its at the age of 12 and
made a place for him-
sell as a noted violinist and I
His cantata. "Josh
published in 1944, received world
wide acclaim. The late noted
philanthropist, Jacob Schiff, pre-
sented him with the rare Amati
violin which he has used ever
since,
Sam Seherzler will present a
number of vocal selections. Carole
D'Arcy will be at the piano.
The evening's program has been
arranged and prepared by Harry
Sonz and Saul Genet.
_ M1 +Jewisli Meridian
Published every Friday lince 1927
oy The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E.
sixth atreet. Miami 18, Florida. En-
MS,V a* ond.class matter July *.
1*30, at the Poat Office of Miami,
Ma., under the Act of March 3. 1879.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed
the Jewish Unity and the Jewish
Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature
Syndicate. Worldwide News Service,
National Editorial Association, Ameri.
cn Association of English.Jewish
Newspapers, Florida Press Association.
Th Jewish Flnrlillan dm-n n"*
a the Raahrutb of thi
chandlse advertlMd in its column!.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
One Year .00
Two Years lb 00
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher_______
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
Telephones 2-11412-8212
Volume ?A Number 5
SHEVAT 2G. 5711
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951


rmAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1951
fJewist) ncridian
PAGE 5~A
*
Zionist District (>uaranti>ON Delivery
HI |nr<*el* In Israel Hy I'uriiii
lives
temporarily
of the im-
Restrictiona on the number of
rcels to friends and reta-
in Israel have
, lifted because
I ." Charles H Lee.
Israeli news commentator for the
Miami V.vm-\\ Zionist District, an-
nounced this week.
ciding with this announce-
ment is the statement from Alex
Van Straaten district president,
lhit the district, local agent for
Service for Israel, Inc., has been
notified of additional available
food parcels which may be sent
t0 friends and relatives in Israel
for Purim and Passover. Van
Stranten said, "Delivery of special
Passover packages is guaranteed
in time for this holiday. Self-se-
lected food items, such as only
meat or butter or coffee or milk
may be ordered from the dis-
trict."
To speed delivery, a certificate
system is used, whereby a person
in Greater Miami area wishing to
send gift food to a friend or rela-
tive in Israel may send that food
quickly and inexpensively merely
by purchasing a certificate. Sub-
sequently, in order to cater to the
desires of individuals who wish
to send foods not included in
sample tvpes which range in price
from $10.50 to $38.50, a self-
packed program has been initi-
JCKS Plans Donor
For February 25
are being made for the
nnual donor dinner to be
Gn ater Miami Auxil-
jary : Jewish Consumptives'
! ciety, on Sunday eve-
I ruary 25, at the Five
O'C ick Club. Miami Beach.
J( rry Puncher is chairman
and Mrs. Max Storch co-chair-
man. Journal chairman is Mrs.
Maury Poncher and treasurer is
Mrs. Archie Mendelson.
The local auxiliary has sent
many patients from the tubercular
wards in the Dade County hospi-
tals to its non-sectarian sani-
torium in Spivak, Colorado. Mrs.
Maury Poncher, as case chairman,
visits patients hospitalized in the
local tubercular wards regularly
and supplies them with their
needs.
Reservations for this donor din-
e being handled by Mrs. Hy
Friedman, 48-5682; Mrs. Irving
Stemerman, 83-7170; or Mrs.
Jerry Poncher, 48-9497.
ated. A donor may order only
those food items which he wishes
to send to his beneficiary in Israel
and he pays only for those items,
A strictly kosher parcel has
been selected by nutrition ex-
perts in Is: ,irl to meet the specific
n< eds of I rael babies. This fond
package contains strained baby
foods, whole milk powder, baby
oatmeal, vitaminized orange-
flavored syrup, egg powder and
chopped junior foods, as well as
other items.
Food packages may be ordered
at the Zionist Office. 235 Lincoln
Road, Room 206. Circulars are
available on request.
Benefit Card Party
Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
neer Women will sponsor a bene-
fit card party on Sunday, Feb. 4 at
8 p.m. at Congregation Beth El,
according to Mrs. Pearl Krieger,
chairman. Proceeds will go to
Israel.
Formulating plans for the life luncheon to be given by the women's gift unit of the Combined
Jewish Appeal ere (seated. L to r.) Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. Morris Skop. Mrs. I
man, Mrs. Hirichel Leschel, secretary; (standing. 1. to r.) Mrs. David StoU.
Mrs. Robert Rodenberg. Mrs, Abe Greenberg. Mrs. Emanuel Goldsxrich.
Mrs. E. Albert Pallor.
Associated Photo
. I
I
BREAKSTONE'S
FAMOUS
SOUR CREAM
COMES TO YOU IN A WONDERFUL
NEW GLASS WITH PLASTIC COAS7ER
Rabbi Skop To Speak
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will be
lest speaker at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, 11th St. and
Drive. Miami Beach, on
lay, January 27. at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Skop will speak on -.Martin
Bu i and Hass idism."
night, i! p.m.. Dr.
' u neer of New York will
li >ii "Psychology for Better
i. .
LEGAL NOTICE
COLLECT MATCHED SETS
Of 6- 9- OK 12 FOR LUXURT
DINING-NO BOTTLE RETURNS
NO DEPOSITS-EXCLUSIVE
"BLOSSOM" PATTERN-STURDY
HEAVY DUTY GLASS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT >K Til
KLKVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DP I"I.< 1:111.\, IN AND FOR HADE
CuUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
ltd BSSEN, Plaintiff, vs.
IIKRIIERT EBBEN, Defendant
TO HERBERT ESfe'EN
i o Typographical Union
Ohrbach Irulldinn
I in..ii Square and nth Street
New York. N. V.
ViMi are hereby notified that a
of Complaint for Divorce haw
filed against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer thereto on plaintiff's attorney.
MARX M. FAIIER, 412 Congress
Itullding, Miami, Florida, and file
th.....Iglnal in the office of the Clerk
5th day of March, 19D1, othcrwlwe a
decree pro eonfeaao will be entered
againai you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of January, 1961.
E. B. LHATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
by WM. W. STOCK INC,.
Deputy Clerk.
2/2-9-1C-23
_. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CII1CCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN and Kuit DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
138316.
HARRY ALPERS, Plaintiff, ve.
LILLIAN ALPERH, Def< ndant.
ou, LILLIAN ALI'ERB, -' Rid**
New York City, New York, are
' null i d to .- rve a copj ol
An wer to the BUI of Cornplalnl for
;'lv" i on plaintiff* altoi ney,
HAROLD 8HAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road,
Xl U. ach, i torlda, and file th<
Inal in the office of the Cl< rk ol
i..... March 2, 1951,
i..... Pro Confeaao HI
'"',' ten .i agalnal you.
DATED January II. 1961
i. Q i.i: tTHERMAN, Clerk.
'It Court Seal)
B) it. 11 RICE, .nt .
SMOOTHER, TASTIER
BECAUSE IT'S MADE
ONLY FROM
PURE PASTEURIZED
SWEET CREAM
A BEAUTIFUL
GLASS FOR LONG,
COOL SUMMER
DRINKS..
TPY THE OTHER TASTE TREATS IN THE FAMOUS BREAKSTONE FAMILY
COTTAGE ?HEESE CREAM CHEESE BARS WHIPPED BUTTER
COHAUc w^ mm NeighbQrhood Stores and Supermarkets
A HANDY MIXER IN
COOKING AND
BAKING-TO STORE
LEFTOVERS IN YOUR
REFRIGERATOR.
Miami Office 153 IfA 29th St. Phone 82-4731


PAGE 6 A
+Jewish fhridfon
"Strictly Neighbors
>>
By HELEN ALPERT
ON THE RECORD: iU
I've been wanting to register a certain observation tor t.iree
weeks now and either it got bottled up. or I found I'd again
written this column without including it.
So I've reached out to corral this first paragraph for the purpose,
because the observation holds interest for both me and you. And
here it is:For months on end. I once wrote a column for a Beach
photo-weekly, and although it carried constant requests for news,
practically nobody reacted except with advertising puffs. For ex-
ample, I remember making an appeal for latest information on Rose
Lawson. She'd been a popular hotel figureI figured for an avalanche
of mail. I got a fat silence.
In huge contrast is this "Strictly Neighbors." Take the same
appeal"Anybody heard lately from Rose Lawson?"and in came
a fast telephone call from her own sister in Miami, whom I hadn't
known of; plus five calls that week from Rose's friends who craved
to hear what I'd heard
And day after day. friendly voices ring me up to say they read
Ihis column, or someone's slopped them on the street to call their
attention to their name-in-print And this is truly a wonderful
and unexpected experience for me. It's tremendously fine to feel
that one is not writing into a vacuum. It's even finer to realize what
a great set of peop'e inhabit some of our world. I welcome your
news. I welcome you!
SPOTLIGHT:
At his favorite vacation home in the Atlantic Towers Hotel is ; IH'l POIl ull 1 OKI
Nat Simon, hit-song creator of beautiful tunes like "Poinciana," "Trie | March wedding
Old Lamplighter." "Coax Me a Little Bit." ".No Can Do" and a j d b Miss Honey-Miam
keyboard full of Latin hits. Simon is a blue-eyed dynamo destined g( r ,. w( ^ engagement to
Honey-Miam Serott
Honey Scroll's
being
Julian L. Pearson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Pearson of Montreal.
lias been announced by her par-
ents. Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Serott.
2-j:i2 S.W. 23rd St., and Montreal.
The bride-elect attended McGill
University in Canada and the Un-
iversity of Miami. Mr. Pearson is
to be featured-guest throughout South Florida's week-long Poinciana
Festival in June. His "Poinciana" tune, written in Manhattan, went
untitled and unlyric'd until a friend sent him a postcard from here
blazing a picture of the flame-tree. That clicked the whole business
into shape, and put "Poinciana" straight into America's repertory
of standard music.
WEEKEND REVUE:
For her Pinetree salon art show Saturday night. Mrs. Albert
Pick dramatically wore the same bronze gown and draped shawl a graduate of McGill and the
in which she'd posed for Reyna Ullman Youngcrman's full-length Whartoil School of Finance, Uni-
portrait of her ... I forgot to notice if Mrs. Jacques Salomon did a versity of Pennsylvania.
dittoher portrait, executed last year by Reyna, hung on an ------------------------->
opposite wall, with numerous others brought for the occasion n ,l yinn!ct Tn
Dipping in briefly on her way io the Kenilworth was Frieda Baum, *tdlll /JlUIII&la 1U
in a rose-colored formal Center of a group wherever she went Wpflr TlldfTP Oka
was Anna Brenner Meyers Fascinating neckline-rim on Mana- i **^at tfuufec *-"*
Zucca's black dress proved to be hand-carved ivory Chinese heads, > In observance of Jewish Music
antiques from a Royal Collection, which were a royal gift to her ...' M"n'h. Judge Kenneth Oka will
PEOPLE: sPnk on "The Jewish Contribu-
te ...' 'tion to World Music" at the meet-
c-e ,uddcnai.-aLsorto f on a spurt from Far Rockaway. is Arthur ing of the Miami Beach Zionist!
Siegal whom all you kids recall from Miami Beach High. He's at j Luncheon Club on Wednesday.
C.C.N.Y., now visiting his aunt, Mrs. Herman Cohen, between terms February 7. at 12:15 p. m. at Lin-;
... Close chum of Jay Perlmutter is the distinguished Herman coin Manor. Harold Shapiro,
Goldstein, Griffin, Ga manufacturer, on vacation in Hollywood., chairman, has announced.
Fla. Mr Goldstein used to be mayor of his town and is an authority ,., nw ,.,,, r^,taA
on small-community prob.ems-and solutions: Sister ClarS LfifRnS'Sf S^ogtSi
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1951
. --....................."s. Philip Gould .
Any more?
MAGIC FOR EVERYONE:
"Magic for Everyone" is really the name of a book by Hereward
Carnngton. ghost-story writer. It's been around my house for years
and every so often I try my hand at making some of the tricks
come to life. They never do. So don't get the book, gel "The Amazing .
Sin~!iC vT?ar,d- Ma"r!ce Phoned in t0 offer "itself and his man will lead the singing. Charles
S"9 b ,S ^^ I""9,0 aS en,tainment for any Jewish H. Lee will report on Israeli news
f,; J"9an,!?3"on- The benefit must be bona-fide. dassall. He's Daniel M. Broad will serve as
fUlt copped another b.g success at the Palm Beach Mayflower Hotel, toastmaster for the afternoon
JneyePbo0xn1ohpsrn. ? .58"7469- Hope' yU ^ haVe to menti" Assisting Shapiro with Grange-
menis are Paul Eisman. Sam Pros-
Miami Beach YM & WHA and
is a member of the Miami Beach
Masons and Optimists.
Cantor Samuel Kelemer. chair- I
man of the Jewish Music Council
of Greater Miami, will introduce
the speaker, and Jacob C. Fish-
terman and Irving Schatzman.
mtMf KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
I I V. ;. Miami ]
PI 58-25 J 01 5S-4S91 (E\ )
ion 0/ Greater M |
2 7 STORY
FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED
WAREHOUSES
AVAILABLE
ALSO
SILVER & RUG VAULTS
AND PRIVATE ROOMS
LOCAL HAULING & PACKING
WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM
NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO
THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA
LONG DISTANCE
DOOR-TO-DOOR
WITHERS VAN LINES
1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Z.
MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE M^
rTit5tPiano
SuattQt
4 CONCERT ARTISTS AT
4 CONCtRT
GRANDS
Airs. Sidney Tobin
Ardmore Studio
Marcia Ellen Gutman,
Sidney Tobin Wed
At Beth David
Miss Marcia Ellen Gutman.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gutman. 2291 S. W. 17th St.. be-
came the bride of Sidney Tobin.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tobin.
Pittsburgh, on December 24 at
Beth David Congregation. Rabbi
Max Shapiro read the servi-re.
Nora Dines was pianist; Carl
Schramek. soloist.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. Miss Shirley
Ruth Brody was maid of honor.
Howard Tobin. Pittsburgh, was
best man for his brother. Ushers
were Michael Gutman. Sam I.ubv.
Jr.. Filbert Schwartz. Lenny Kap-
lan. Martin Stein and Alfred Ros-
en, the latter from Pittsburgh.
Reception followed the cere-'
mony at the home of the bride's
parents. Following a trip to Nas-
sau, the couple is at home at 23.r>
Santillane Ave.. Coral Gables.
The former Miss Gut man is a !
*r?du'?le "{ Good Samaritan
; 'if Nursing, West Palm '
Beach. The bridegroom attended
the University of Pittsburgh and
was graduated from the Univer-
I Miami. He is a member of
1 I Lambda Phi fraternity and was
in the Navy Air Force. He now
is an account executive with an
tising firm.
Constance Joy Getz
Oito Bresky, Jr., Fiance
Of Constance Joy Getz
Betrothal of Miss Constance
Joy Getz to Otto Bresky. Jr., son
of the senior Breskys, 315 East
Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach,
and Chestnut Hill, Mass.. has
been revealed by her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Getz of Barring-
ton and Highland Park. 111.
A graduate of North
Country Day School. Miss Getz
attended Bennington College. She
studied art in Florence, Italy, and
was with Mrs. Breckenridge's
Frontier Nursing Service in the
Kentucky hills.
The prospective bridegroom is
a graduate of Choate Schoi
attended Yale University and
Babson Institute prior to going
into the army air corps during
the war. He is associated with his
father, president of Rodney Mill-
ing Company, Kansas City.
WANTED
MAN WITH $3,500
For partnership in good
going business. 89-7022
WANTED
By Gentleman Middle-Aged
Woman to take charge of child.
Live in. Light housewoik.
Call 83-3174
HOTEL
RAMAZ
Dining Room Open to the Public
Msraei in ^
Miami iteavh
Cozy
Different
Atmosphere
Strictly Kosher
WEISER
Management
146 Washington Avenue
Phone 58-2844
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
Sat., Feb. 10th. 8:30
P'ices: S3 69-3.08-2 4
Box Offid Now i.
Peach Aucmoru 'ii
c4l
Wyner
His Violin
and
Orchestra
For AH Your Social Function
PHONE 83-7581

Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30
Call: 3-1141
iirdine's
Sunsfiuit 7tts/uo/U
on Valentine's Day Feb. 14th
give sweets to your sweet
CANDY CUPBOARD
Valentine Hearts
B-L-dine-s own famous candies taste-tempting
chocolates in attractive Valentine red-heart box
1 lb- 1-75 2 lb. 3.50
Burdine's, Candies, Street Floor


amAY-'rEBHUARY 2, 1951
+Je*istincrMfan
PAGE 7 A
Mrs
personally Speaking
jyjr and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik held the bris oi their son Barry
Ljchard, a'' lheir horne' 4295 RW> 2nd St- The Rv. Sol Gross
ms sandek; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg, godparents; end
Rabbi Philip Fried, mohel. ^
The b:is of Bernard Stewart Kestenbaum, son of Mr. and
; Norton Kestenbaum, 1241 Dickens Drive, Coral Gables, was
.eld Sunday, January 21. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schcrffer served
' godparents, and M. Feinsod was sandek. Rabbi Philip Fried
dieted. ^ ^
Houseguests of Mrs. S. Bass, 503 12th St., Miami Beach, are
,er daughter, Mrs. M. Van Tosh of New York, and Mrs. Samuel
'ocper of Charleston, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Larick of New York are guests at the Robert
ttichter Hotel. The visitors will be here for the next six weeks.
En, Larick, a former local resident, is the sister of Mrs. Louis
feientz of this city.
* M M
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder of Richmond, Va., announce
ie birth of their third son, Jonathon Mark, on January 15. Grand-
lOther is Mrs. Ethel Shochet of this city.
* *
Shirley Herlz, former resident of Miami Beach now living in
lew York, was entertained at a dinner and show given by Mr.
bid Mrs. L. Haqen of 795 84th St., Miami Beach, in the patio of
leir apartment. During her stay here, the New Yorker is the
nest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Aaron
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Marks, 4440 S.W. 2nd St., announce
bris of their son, Kenneth Howard, held at their home on
unday, January 21. Sandek was Norman Jonas; godmother,
liriam Klor; godfather, Frank Marks; and mohel, Rabbi Philip
tied. *
* *
The bris of Jonathon David Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ty Cohen, 1700 S.W. 22nd Ave., was held last Thursday at
home of his parents. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated
* *
Dr. end Mrs. M. A. Kleiman, 2368 S.W. 18th St., have as
eir houseguests for the season the doctor's mother of Brooklyn, '
Y., and his cousin, Martha Juskowitz, and dauqhter, Barbara,
| Bronx, N. Y.
* *
Mrs. Mcllie Green left Saturday for Mefuchen, N. J., to attend
i pidyen haben of her grandson, Daniel Stanford Levine, 6on
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Levine of Metuchen. The ceremony is
pled for February 4.
* *
Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish, 4514 Sheridian Ave., Miami.
ach, announce the birth of a daughter, Maxine Hope, on
tturday, January 27. The Kronishes are also the parents of
Jo sons, Jordan and Ronald.
*
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Catsman, 250 East San Marino Drive,
lami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Julie, on
%uaiy 19 at Jacksos Memorial Hospital.
m *
Ijm mq ceremonies for paula Weisman, dauahter of Mr.,
Id Mrs. Charles Weisman, 10840 N.W. 5th Ave., Miami Shores.
Jre recently held at the North Dade Jewish Center.
u *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mufson, 563 West 49th St., Miami i
ach, cr.nounce the birth of their first child, a son David Ethan,'
January 20. The bris was held on January 28, with Mr. and
M- Arnold Levy, the baby's uncle and aunt, who came from
gland for the occasion, serving as godparents. The Levys left
ixiliary To Hold Donor Luncheon
I (!'" luncheon of the the selection of a "Duchess of the
a Auxiliary 199 D;!V." who wiU De outfitted from
i uu r i(( Sons of Israel will
sday, February hcad ln foot" a fashion sho'A' ,ea' ,
| on in the Imperial turlng Louis Haftel creations and
y Plaza Hotel. Gainsborough shoes will be prc-
>e event will be sented. Eve Telegan will be co-
ordinator.
HFRRFw Proceeds are earmark) d f<
MtHHLW r ebra] pajsy Association. Tic-
3ar Mitzvah Lessons bv Ex- hts mav be obtained by contact-
Pwnwd New York Licensed ing Mrs. Fanny Sprinj -.48-6100
'-aer. during evening or members of the
IMr- I. Shlomowitz in rmi committee Libbie Bookspan,
1039, E i B L< Bost, 58-777G.
Isabel Dresnick,
Hilary Honore -
Hilary Honore To
Wed S. L. Kimmel
Mr. and Mrs. David Rott of 5320
Alton Road. Miami Beach, and
Detroit. Mich., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Hil-
ary Honore, to Seymour Larry
Kimmel, son of Mrs. Fanny Kim-
mel of 1624 Lenox Avesue, Mi-
ami Beach, and the late Ben Kim-
mel.
The bride-elect graduated from
the Lear School. Miami Beach.
Fairfax Hall, Waynesboro, Va..
and is now attending the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Mr. Kimmel attended the Uni-
versity of Buffalo and graduated
from the University of Miami
Law School. He has served as an
officer in Nu Beta Epsilon. Beta
Sigma Rho, Hibiscus Lodge of
the Masons and numerous other
civic organizations in Miami
Beach. A veteran of four years'
service in the army, he was dis-
charged as a captain.
The wedding will take place on
March 25 at the Saxony Hotel.
Kozshnitzer Rabbi Guest
The Kozshnitzer Rabbi, Rabbi
Twersky, will be guest of honor
at the Shalos Sudos of Congrega-
tion Beth Tfilah on Saturday.
February 3, at 4:30 p.m., accord-
ing to Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
Herbert Epstein,
Exchange Vows
The Chapel of Miami Beach
Jewish Center provided the set-
ting for the marriage of Miss
Isabel Dresnick to Herbert Epstein
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman read the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dresnick, 610
16th St.. Miami Beach. Mr. Ep-
Btein's mother is Mis. Rebecca
Epstein, 1211 Euclid Ave. Miami
Beach.
For her wedding, the bride
chose a period gown of bridal
white satin and imported Chantil-
ly lace, fashioned with fitted
bodice, off-the-shoulder neckline
and long lace sleeves. The full
skirt ended in a cathedral train.
Her imported lace veil fell from
i orange blossoms and illusion, and
she carried a cascade bouquet of
; gardenias, lilacs and stephanotis.
Mrs. Samuel Kessler served as
matron of honor for her sister in
| a bouffant gown of antique gold
i satin and net with matching hat
and carried scarlet king carna-
tions and light blue delphiniums.
Bridesmaids were Miss Winnie
Epstein, sister of the bridegroom,
and Miss Mimmie Stein. They
wore gown fashioned like that of
the matron of honor with match-
ing hats and carried light pink
carnations and light blue del-
phiniums.
Julius Epstein was his brother's
best man. Seating guests were
living Epstein, the bridegroom's
cousin, and Harry Hersch.
At the reception which followed
the ceremony the bride's mother
greeted guests in a gown of dusty
pink crepe embroidered with sil-
; ver seed pearls. The bridegroom's
, mother was attired in dark laven-
Vegetarians Elect
Charles Tamarkin was elected
president of the Vegetarian So-
ciety of Greater Miami at a meet-
ing last week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. P. Brown, Tyler Ho-
tel, Miami Beach.
Others named to office were
Dr. Gustav Drexel, vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Charlotte Leiber, treas-
urer; Marvin I. Tamarkin. secre-
tary; Barnett Towbis. Dr. I.
Shmid, Harry Kershaw, directors.
To Direct Appeal
Samuel Grundwerg, of the
Tides Hotel, 1220 Ocean Drive
will supervise an appeal on be-
half of the Keren Eretz Israel
Fund of the National Council of
Young Israel within the next few
weeks. Grundwerg, a director of
the local Young Israel branch, has
been one of the foremost support-
ers of the nationwide Young Is-
rael organization for the past
three decades.
Mrs. Herbert Epstein
der lace. Both wore orchid
corsages. Mrs. Julius Epstein kept
the bride's book.
The couple will reside in Jack-
sonville, where Mr. Epstein is
serving in the navy. For traveling
the former Miss Dresnick wore a
gray suit with blue accessories.
The bride attended schools in
East Lansdowne, Pa., and Phila-
delphia. She studied music at
Zecher-Hahan Musical Academy
and trained as a nurse at the
Pennsylvania Hospital in Phila-
delphia. She was assistant super-
visor of surgery at Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Her husband attended schools
in New York and the University
of Miami.
TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
2729 COLLINS AVE------M. B.
Phone for Reservations5-6651 5-4907
Ail Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frishnct
"On the Trail"
ADLER'S KOSHER
Live Poultry Market
LOCAL RAISED
FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279
Uader Rabbinical Supervision
We Sell Retail and Wholesale
to Hotels, Restaurants and
Butcher Shops.
1832 S.W. 8th St.
Buy Direct Save Money
Ideal Diet:
Holland Honey Cake
fruited
or Plain
Basic to Living Longer
aiid Looking Yo::ny^r
Made from
healthful for
DeVicious
Nulrttious
ingredients, considered
ages: whole rye flour,
rich buttermilk and golden honey .
superbly blended in Old Netherlands
recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regula-
tory. Suitable for every meal or snack.
Distributed by
Cochran Distributing Co.
1717 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Smite tells you.'
j
' Satisfying Beech-Nut meals bring baby'
closer to you...conflicts end!
Mealtime clashes are easy to avoid. When doc-
tor recommends solids, woo your Baby's appe
the with Beech-Nut Foods. Their better flavor,
makes mealtime happy for you and Babyl,
BcecA-Xut Cereah.
^7~ is*?^ =
Beech-Nut
CEREAL FOOD
O
Smsll :i-e tain invites
con t lite mi ration ol content!)
Babies lavm thm...thrivt on theml ?
Beech-Nut
FOODSA BABIES
&*ci
rr>
All Keech-Xut standards ol production and adrrrtif
Ife ing have teen accepted by the Council on Foods and
j? SMillion ol tie A merkan Medical Association.


PAGE 8 A
*jeistJlcrM[a*
Psychologist To Address iiloIl-^lri"^
Temple Isaiah Sisterhood B if To Dedleftt
Dr. Lit.
chologist of the Dad C
B

I
of the Tempi
on Mond jr. F \J:1
p.m.:.-. thi T svnandB
subject will be "Child Guid-
;, Mrs. Abe
Schonfeld. pn til
Dr. Long is a graduate ( I
Theological S- of Prince-
ton University.
jfew Building

Mi
will beh

1 of t
and !, lairman, Dr. Ni
Principal sp.
lev C Myers, t rmer president
Of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tion and Welfare Funds, and D..
Kasper Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Robert ,
Kasper. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wm. Wexler of Atlanta, oil. re
Kasper 14155 Biscayne Blvd.. took cently elected presiden to.
place Saturday. January 27. at the Southeastern Region of the(Jew-
North Dade Jewish Center. Joseph | ish Welfare Board.
Keller officiated.
Spinoza Forum
Hoar Professor
Dr. Maurice M. Shudofsky. pro-
fessor of English and Hebrew at
the University of Wisconsin, who
is spending a week's vacation at
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, will address the Spinoza Out-
door Forum on Saturday. Feb-
ruary 3. at 8 p.m. at 124 11th St..
Miami Be;
Dr. Shu lofsky, w
have beer.
' I
"The Gei n and 1
.'
Or. Tuesday.
: ; on "The S
an I ::.- S ... S
tion will be given by Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop. the benediction by
Rabbi Philip Rried.
i Invited to attend the ceremonies ;
' are Mavor Wm. McCarthy of Mi-
ami Springs. Mayor Henry W.
Milander of Hialeah and Father!
Lawrence J. Flynn of St. Johns,
the Apostle. Honor guests will also
include Leon Kaplan, presv.
the Jewish Centers Association:
Gu* Jacobs < xecutive dn
of JCA: Louis Schwartzman. ex-
lirectoi I th< Bui ... young Adult Group
Jewish Education: Jui
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2.
Chevrah Mishnayos
The Chevrah Mishnayosof i
gregation Beth Tfilah win
on Saturday, February 3 .,
p.m. in the synagogue. '
Ardmore
Srh*duled to appear in the talent ihow to be sponsored by
h. Young Adul, Gr'oup of the Miami Beach J.w.sh C.r. > on
<:-/. rhruarv 4 at 8:30 p.m. at the center social hall, are
Mark Adler bSne. andmSUS Milbourer and Bob Mig.l.. who
will offer Latin American and modern dances._____________________
Young Ailnli 1'nit
To Hold llanee
As its i *ial event of the
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. desiring to 1 ngage In
nder the fictitious name "f
\. I-Shi II Apartmi nt* << l Jewish Edu ati n: '- = ... ~h r*.wish Cen- Miami, Florida, intend to
11 Be *isn uen uilM ,,. ... ,. f
tar talent t Court ot Dade ...may,
. Sur |ay peb-
'. ,7 r
D*. M 1
than
5-_____________________
Forster To Appear
On Workshop Program
Arnold Forster, lei
1 L -ie of.
B'nai B'rlth, will make as]
I appearance on Radi
for Dm. n Sunday,
February 4. over station WMIE,
at 7:30 p.m. on th< ion of>
the dramatization of "A Measure
of Freedom." the Anti-Defama-
tion League's report on bigotry in
the United States today. F
ithor of the book. The special
broadcast will run from 7:30 to
8 p.m.
Robert Baron. New York radio
: announcer and motion picture
:. will be featured as narra-
tor Others in the cast will include
;1 Thing, Bob Brenner. M. .1
Berlin..:-. Vic Knobloch, Lennie
. iff and Bill Rogers. PI
the only fei ile in the
Gertrudi
nt is by
Kcssl
lent
.11 go
fund of the
: Kleii
Goldi
I
chairman.
, R :: Block and
yn Sklar will serve as
ses,
LEGAL NOTICE
Rl'BEN MAUQOLIS
and
SYl.vi \ MARGOLIS
MANTEL 1.11:1:1.
k I
H2AR YE OLDE SAGE
WQAM, Sunday, 10::0 A.M.
.
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8201
RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COl'NTY jrtXlE'S COl'RT, 1 > \1 >E
il'NTY, I l.oKII'A N... 83.246.
RE: ESTATE <>V
JESSIE WALTON ARRINQTON
NOTICE \i hereby Riven thai 1 have
filed my final report and petition for
Final I >i> ha rise an I ol the
|< Walton Arlington,
deoi ..-!. and thai on thp 5th day of
il, 1 will appl) t.. the
ible IV V HI. \NTi IN, '
..1 Dade County, Florida, for
er-ort a nd for
I final dlsehargi Exi utor "f the
'. Walton Arrlngton, de-
'i". de of Januai v, IS
WILLIAM A ARIUNOTl iN,
i:\. utor Estal of Ji tt
An
ELRY STONE

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Tl IT <"nrUT "!' THE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

indei thi tltioui nann of
BYRi IN AI'ARTMENTH
7712-7744 B> on Avi In the City "f
Miami Beach, FI01 Ida, Intend '
. the Mtld
f the I'n cult Court "i 1 '."! lounty,
I la.
SARAH KARBAL
DAVID 1' CATSMAN
Attorney for Applicant
Lincoln Road, Bldg.

%S8tf
COMPARE
THESE
PRICKS!
This Is Your Everyday
Price List
We do not lure customers*
special sales, discounts,
limited quantities.
Come to our store. See
world's largest stock of nsU
tackle. You can use our tei
phone and check our prj
with any store in the Miai
area and you will find that]
will save nearly half by buy,
from Tower Tire Co. We i
ways have
SMASHING LOW
PRICES ON
FISHING TACKLE
Hardware-Paints-Guns
Ammunition-Appliances
TIRES
I OH LESS!
HEAVY DUTY
ROD AND REEL
Reg. 119 :". valui Nl
8!

81
NYLON BRAIDED
LINE15, 20, 27......
36 & 45 LB. TEST SPOOL
Stainless LEADER WIRE :i
Ft. Nob. 1-9 each. Ri
:: for
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCl'IT CXll'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCl'IT.
IN AND l""lt DADE COl'NTY,
i'i.' [;11 >.\. IN CHANCERY, No.
138312.
YETTA SADOWSKY, Plaintiff, vh.
JACOB SADOWSKY. Defendant
V :. JACOB SADOWSKY, ReHidcnce
I'nknown, are required to Nerve .1 cop)
Answer t< the I'ill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plalntnTii at-
torn. HAR( iLD SHAPIRO, 27 Lln-
id, M 11 : 1:. .1. h, l-'i.n Ida, and
file the original in the office '.r the
Clerk nf this Court ..n or before March
1, 1951, othei wine a D< Pro Con-
will I., entered gainst \ou.
1IATEI1 Januai y 3d, \:>:'\.
1: 1: LEATHERMAN, Cli ik.
(Cit ... !oui 1 s. al 1
1: II RICE, .11: .
Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
N'OTH'E IS lli:i:i:i. Y (IIVEN that
III.. 11 ml.
CIRCI IT
DADE
,,,,.,., ....
-I v
ii m:i, pinki
A I

A I 1
50 V.l. REEL
Ray;. J^."
I
PLY-FLEX ROD
Re 110
PFLEUER FISH HOOKS
Si/., v 1 to 6H100 Reg. JIM'
PLY-FLEX class IMIi
Rev. I1.S
HEAVY BOAT
ROD Reg. $12.80
LARGE Al.r.MINlM
TACKLE BOX Reg
LEAD SINKERS 1" '.....l|
Uses 1 Lb. 31.. 5 Uta
rLXLVANIZED MINN'U
Bl'CKETS. Rev. >50
FOLDING CRAB TRAPS
a.
M \ N
AARl IN WEINSTEIN
:
NO. 1 BR \.-s
SWIVELS R
PLl'OS

Q \s LAMPS, BCItXEBS
Ri HI
tiAS LAS
BURNER Reg. _
ICE BOX
Ri
RICHARD
T. Only One Performance .
UCKER
M .
YOC M:i: IIEItEHY N'OTIFIEI
nt for I
mnlaint on ntifl
LEi 'N VRD I. KIMBALL, 412
Miai I nd
In the office
e Clerk of the r 1 1 ,ui I on
or before Man h : IS n default ol
which th. complaint will be taken as
.| against >-ou
th .las of January,
E l: LEATHERMAN,
Hera ..f th- Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
lit Court Si
Bj M
! 6-23
' PEIQE
Deputy iM.-rk
"The finest lyric tenor I have heard since Gigli. Richard
Tucker has become one of the most gifted tenors in the
Metropolitan Opera Company."
The New York Times
Miasni Beaeh A6IIETOKII M
Reserve Your Tickets
\otr For 1'hoivv Seais
PHONE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4B41
OR
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Tickets 3.69 and 2.46
,v -,^RT'CE BY PUBLICATION
IN I III-. CIRCl'IT COl'RT Or THE
!:,',Y,FVT" JI'DICIAL CIRCl'IT
tIDA. IN AND n.l: DADK
' Is- CHANCERY, No
';'Ji.i'. Kv.z Ph. ,.;., v. HYMAN
K A I f. I .
TO: HYMAN KATZ,
N. v. \



MAN,
Court

ttorney ,
ORDER NOW Send food packages to friends
relatives in Israel for Purim ... for Passover H
packages for babies Select
Miami Beaeh Zionist District
235 Lincoln Road Room 208 Phone 58-4643
Local Agency for "Service for Israel, Inc."
Sample packaae over 12 lbs. net $10.50 contaW
4 lbs. kosher meat, includes 2 lbs. fresh frozenrib steak,'
pot roast, boneless & trimmed & 2 lbs. Canned Meat
1 lb. Fresh (frozen) creamery unsalted butter
1 lb. granulated sugar; l lb. coffee; 1 lb. Carnation evapi
milk; ': lb. Chocolate in Bars; 3,4 lb. Kosher pro
cheese 4 lb. Applesauce; 1 lb. Corn Starch:
fi ozs. Prepared Pudding Mix (includes milk and sugar)
Kosher Chicken or Vegetable Soupmix
3\ ozs. Toilet Soap
SELECT FROM 8 SAMPLE TYPES OR
MAKE UP YOUR OWN SAMPLE PKG.
Price range. $10.50, $14.50, $38.50, $21.50
Passover packages: SI 1.50; S18.75; S39.50
Delivery in time for Passover Guaranteed.
F d Par 1 includes strained baby foods and Vltam$1$|
syrup .................
Restrictions On Number Of Food Po^elJ ]
Israel Have Temporarily Been Lilted


piv FEBRUARY 2, 1951
Pborah Society
w S<>;i i leaders
Cs Rhoda M. Levine will be
Tiif as president of the
Cir Miami Chapter of the
h Tuberculosis Society at
f'L dance at Copa City on
ftv, February 11. at 6:30 p.m.
tter officers to be seated at
Irercmonies include Mrs. Sara
l,nd Mrs. Samuel Kulok. Mrs.
mond Rubin. Mrs. Ed Singer,
.William A. Weintraub, vice
Merits; Mrs. Herman Glasser,
Lrer; Mrs. S. Koerner, cor-
londing secretary; Mrs. Morris
Lk assistant corresponding
fctary; Mrs. Herbert S. Shap-
recording secretary; Mrs.
a Wolf, financial secretary;
[Louis Levv. social secretary;
Svdney Ginsberg, member-
arid life membership chair-
Lrd of directors includes the
Barnes Sidney N. Boeninger,
|rt Cole. Fred Drucker, Sadye
Samuel Friedland, Rose
_yerg. Abbott A. Karlin, Abe
|w, Morris Kulok, Norman
ling, Henry Lewis, Charles
Lv, Harry Miner, David Pav-
IJulius J. Perlmutter, Philip
lips, Samuel Ritter, Fred
Iler. Sam Seitlin. Ira Walsey,
lie Weinstein. Harold Wynn,
Kranz Pcarce.
+Jeiiti IhiHitr
PAGE 9 A
[cheon Games Party
(lise Chapter of American
feh Congress will sponsor a
tse luncheon and games party
Wednesday, February 7, at
p.m. at Moy's Golden
pn. according to Mrs. Evelyn
president,
fctesses for the affair will be
Edna Berk, Mrs. Laura
lowitz and Mrs. Edith
I*1
Iceeds from the event are
rked for the Louise Water-
IWise Memorial Fund. Re-
lions mav be made by call-
P-2030 or 83-2477.
ilii.u iV>
MRS. YITA HIRSCH
I' Hli seh, 77, ..r 2121 S.W.
Mi.uiiian for 16 year*,
lesday She cam from Savnn-
I l la lurvlved by three
oul ..r. I Abe ->f Miami and Sol
I threi ilituichters, lira.
|Raliln of Miami. Mrs. Anna
of Baltimore and Mrs. Mk-hla
In '.( Cuba, and a brother, Alex
t "' Mian ; Beach Ben Icea win
|~ 'ill with local arrange-
i literal home
rfc# Coopers
Caterers
Par Excellence
AFFAIR TOO SMALL
AFFAIR TOO LARGE
sfaction Guaranteed
I S.W. 25th St. 83-6420
Blank Unveils Mobile Disaster
Emergency Relief Unit Here
Rabbi Morris A. Slcop of the Coral Gablei Jewish Center will
perform a golden wedding ceremony for Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Glaser of 4765 S.W. 3rd St. Over 70 guests will be feted at a kosher
dinner following the ceremony.
Cantor Joseph W. Malek and Stephen Kessler. organist, will
assist Rabbi Skop during the ritual and blessings. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert A. List of New York, son-in-law and daughter, will present
the couple for the rabbi's blessing.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Glaser of Newton, Mass., son and
daughter-in-law, will present the grandchildren. Jo Ann, Carol,
Olga. Vicky List and Constance, Priscilla and Moses Paul Glaser
for blessing.
The Glasers were born in Riga on the Baltic and came to
America in 1906. They lived in Brookline, Mass. for 40 years prior
to moving here.
Mr. List is head of the Albert Textile Manufacturing Co. of
New York and Mr. Glaser is a noted architect.
Gables Young Adults
The Young Adult Group of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will I
hold its installation ceremony at
the Sabbath services on Friday,
February 2, at 8:15 p. m. Reuben
Nordenberg, newly elected pres-
ident, will receive the president's
gavel from retiring president, Sam
Berger. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
will serve as installing officer
and conduct the regular service.
Other officers to be recognized
at the rites are Joe Mallah, vice
president; Trudie Ann Chait,
treasurer; Abbe Silverstein, cor-
responding secretary; Sydelle
To Install Leaders
Bass, recording secretary.
The Young Adult Group will act
as hosts at the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing the services.
Rabbi Skop To
lev lew Talmud
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will re-
view the Talmud on Sunday, I
February 11, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center as
part of the monthly book review
forums being sponsored by the
center sisterhood.
The rabbi will disruss the his-
tory, development and content of
the Talmud.
Mrs. Louis Lotterman is chair-
man of the forums.
Sam Blank, Florida distributor
for P. Ballantine & Sons, this
week unveiled before an interest-
ed gathering of leading civilian
defense authorities and represen-
tatives of industry the first mo-
bile disaster emergency relief
units to enter the defense picture
south of Washington, D. C.
The demonstration, which tooh
place in Bayfront Park Wednes-
day morning in front of the Miami
Municipal auditorium, featured a
truck convoy available on a 24-
hour basis for evacuation, road
clearance and other emergency
transportation. Each convoy facil-
ity carries as standard equipment
I blankets, stretchers, picks, fire
i extinguishers, ladders, flares,
j shovels, emergency lights, tow
I ropes, helmets and first aid kits.
Blank explained that the disas-
ter units idea originated with Carl
W. Badenhausen, president of P.
Ballantine & Sons, and grew out
of aid rendered by the brewing
firm during the emergency cre-
ated at South Amboy, N. J., when
two munitions barges exploded
there last May.
Within ten minutes of the first
blast that rocked the city, Baden-
hausen offered 1,000 trucks and
drivers to state officials to evac-
uate as many civilians in the
stricken area as might be deemed
necessary. The offer was accept-
ed quickly and 200 trucks, head-
ed by the company ambulance,
moved into the explosion-racked
area where they were put to
work by officials in charge of aid
and rescue.
Again during the recent hurri-
cane, Ballantine trucks were
called out to bring supplies to lo-
calities where high winds and
encroaching waters had disrupted
normal facilities. The success of
both operations pointed out. that
organized relief convoys could
speed up rescue operations in any
stricken area, Blank said.
Badenhausen offered his mo-
bile disaster emergency relief plan
to defense authorities throughout
the country and it met with im-
mediate acceptance in many
states. All private industry in the
states where it has become an
integral part of the defense pic-
ture will participate in the pro-
gram, furnishing similarly equip-
ped units that will be available on
instant notice.
According to defense council
chairman I. D. Mac-Vicar, Blank's
disaster units will become the
1 local nucleus of an industry-wide
mobilization program operating
under the direction of R. D. Free-
man, transportation director for
Dade County.
States that already have adopt-
ed the plan and organized their
relief units were listed by Blank
as follows: Connecticut. New Jer-
Blank
sey, Massachusetts, New Hamp-
shire, New York and Washington.
tset
WORRY
About Your
FOOD
A Complete Catering Service
Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres
Made to Order
Rental of
CHINA SILVERWARE
LINENS
Entertainment and all other
details arranged for your
formal and informal affairs
PHONE 3-5463
NIGHTS, SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS
83-1986
JACK & JILL CATERERS
2-1 N.W 7th St. Off Miami Ave.
.-. *
YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED F00B
AND CLOTHING-DONT LET THEM DOWN!
END SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS!
fO.??U
I

,*
sjrig3
Bt^asa

Shipping Charges
incl. duties
ONLY
M^per
r pound
This price in-
cludes all taxes
and duties.
Your Relative
pays nothing
in Israel.
No Extras
\N 3
TO *
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND
FOR A FAMILY
13 lbs. Canned Meat; 8 lbs. Sugar; 8 lbs. Butter; 8
lbs. Cheese; 8 lbs. Milk Powder incl. Canned Milk;
8 lbs. Dried Fruits incl. Nuts; 8 lbs. Dried Vegeta-
bles; 8 lbs. Canned Fish; 8 lbs. Chocolate, incl. Cake
and Candies; 8 lbs. Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes (Pess.
Beans, etc.); 8 lbs. Cereals; 8 lbs. Canned Fruit;
8 lbs. Jellies nnd Jams; 8 lbs. Egg Powder; 4 lbs.
Coffee; 4 lbs. Meat and Soup Extracts; 2 lbs. Tea;
2 lbs. Spices. _,
SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALFI
FOR FAMILY
PARCELS CAN WEIGH
UP TO 70 LBS.
JD NET WEIGHT....55 LBS.
CLOTHING IS RATIONED IN ISRAEL!
4CDhr'W,rael vour self-packed parcels of used clothing up to 44 lbs. Our charge is only
h ,'1,,, ,or "ipping your parcels to Israel. Pack your parcels and bring them into any of
WthlnosV 0f Farr Tour- (Israel duties prepaid here 16c per lb.) Your relatives hav
_ I to pay there. (Outside MetropM. Area charoes for self-packed oa-ceis slightly higher-
BRAND NEW
Hiilco Refrigerator
5240.00 Plus duties
"> 1951 WESTINGHOUSE
REFRIGERATORS
Ow u ,
T_ ~ wo import license
L^css"y- No red tape.
FOR FAST DELIVERY
BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES
FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS
Family Kosher Food Parcels
PARCEL 17 19 lb.............$11-75
4 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Butter
1 lb. Oil
M lb. Egg
1 can Sardines
4 oz. Tea
3 bars Hershey
Chocolate
2 pkg. Noodle Soup
2 lb. S .oar
Powder <18 eggs)
PARCEL 16 25 lb.............$12-75
PARCEL 19 ;|5 lb.............$18.75
lb. Meat
cans Milk
lb. Butter
lb Oil
lb. Sugar
lb. Lima Beans
lb Barley
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Dried Fruit
1 can Salmon
S bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle Soup
Egg Powder (18 eggs)
6 lb. Meat
6 cans Milk
2 lb. Butter
2 lb. Margarine
2 lb. Veg. Fat
2 lb. Rice
2 lb. Split Peas
2 lb. Sugar
1 lb. Prunes
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb Cocoa
1 lb. Cheese
1 lb. Oil
2 cans Salmon
2 can Sardines
10 Lollypops
4 oz. Tea
16 bars Hershey
Chocolate
4 pkg. Noodle
Soup Mix
' lb. Egg Powder
PARCEL 18 55 lb.............S12.50
6 lb. Meat
3 lb. Butter
1 lb. Cocoa
1 lb. Coffee
1 lb. Cheese
Send your check or money order or
come in person for your certificate.
FAMILY EXPORT & SHIPPING CO
NEW YORK OFFICE:
MAlN OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE:
145 SECOND AVE., N. Y. 3. N. Y. 377 BLAKE AVE., B
Farr Tours
Seven (7) other high rlisa food
parcels, lightning fast delivery"
from two to four days, contain-
ing up to 7 lbs. of Meat.
Inquire at the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
Roney Plaza
231S Collins Avenue
Tel. 5-5327 5-5328
Uptown Office
6838 Collins Avenue
Tel. 89-1472
New ... all five 1951 Westing-
house Refrigerators are now
available without import license,
no red tape.
Inquire at the
FARR TOURS OFFICE.
CIGARETTES and SOAP
200 Cigarettes incl. duties *Q Qr
and delivery ..........**"J
6 bars fancy face *o QQ
soap +J.77
200 Cigarettes and 6 bars fancy face
soar, inclusive duties and de-
liveries by Air-
Express ______
$14.95


PAGE 10 A
North Shore Group
To Initiate 80
Eighty now members of North
Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be
initiated into the order on Mon-
day, February 5. at 8:15 p. m. in
the banquet hall of the now Mi-
ami eeach Athletic Club. 6820 ta-
il Creek Drive. M ten.
A ri!u..l team made up of n
bers of Shol< m L ige will offici-
at the ce ,een
:m:i u v Jaok Laws n, p o-
gram chairman. Parl m
the d will be Milton A.
Friedman, A Ju \g Wil-
n L. Pallot, Louis H
Sherburt Weiss s
vis, :
Moo Browarnik and Eddie Cole
of the Miami Beach Athletic Club
will greel mi mbi M
B'nai B'rith and conduct them
., tour of club facilities. A games
party will follow the initiati
ceremony.
Assisting Lawson with th
rangements will be Sam- Wein-
leld and Leo Steinman.
-Jen isli Wbg*S
FRIDAY, FEBROABY o
1931
Ell Addresses
JNF Conference
Lenn J. Ell. chairman of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
< ter Miami, recently returned
from Washington, D. C. where
he spoke at the golden j
: the Jewish National
Fund.
Ell was accompanied to tin
ference by Isidore Gol
\ ice chairman of the
< un il, and Arthui S n, ex-
rect
tes of merit n r -
i if years oi !
] v I n to the Ji National
I 1 ''
Ell, Gol
San in.
Ell ]
i the five-
i
' I
;
-
I to 1 nl '
: M

'V
*r
m^*
t"v
"'<'&
vm
>
i^*
VlcsEi Bill Ss;:Ss
Maariv rm*ikrt
i
t en S
I
.
E '
.
F
concert t
progi
I
<' Abri Seif and Lou
Nothing Better
Than Good Food,
Says Ohio Man
If a man isn't able to eat the
foods he likes he's in mighty
sorry shape imagine going
through life without being able
to enjoy a fine big platter cf
bacon and eggs. That is the way
Joseph N. Da-
millot, 3414 E.
5th Street, Day-
ton. Ohio, used
to be. but since
he has been
taking HADA-
COL. he says
he feels just
fine and is able
to enjoy lots
and lots of fine
foods. Mr. Da-
millot found
that taking HADACOL helped his
system overcome a deficiency of
Vitamins Bi. Bf, Niacin and Iron.
Here is Mr. Damillot's state-
ment: "My first bottle of HAD-
ACOL convinced me that HAD-
ACOL was what I needed for the
gas on my stomach at nights. I
could not keep food on my stom-
;ache, but after the first bottle
il was going great. Now I eat
bacon and eggs, and other foods
that never would stay with me.
I also can sleep well at nights.
Thanks to HADACOL. I will
never be without it, and can
recommend it to all who suffer
with the above ailments that I
had. I know because I have
suffered for quite some 11.*,"
4 USO. Tb LcBUno Corporation
\1
A: Jack Ablin's home recently a group of local residents mot
with members of the winter colony to map plans for the winter
residents unit. Shown (upper left1 are Mcnte Selig, Leonard Wicn
and Joseoh R. Stein, chaisman of the rat:.ng unit. Charles Frucht-
man of Toledo, Ohio, is pictured drinking a toast to the 1951
Combined Jewish Apoeal. Fruchlm3n. who has made Miami Beach
his second home, is one of the country's largest contributor's to
the United Jewish Appeal. This year ho made a $10,000 contribution
to the CJA. P-ciured with him is Harry Zukernick. The job of
bringing the story of the CJA to the people of the community is
D|
actreul
largely in the hands of Dr. Morris Goodman, publicity chairou
and Harold Shapiro, chairman of the speakers' bureau. Smilingu
anticipation of a successful campaign are Sidney Berr.b-um. P"
Lever.son and Nat Kankoff. leaders of the hotel unit. Pier
(lowei left) with Ilka Chase, noted stage, radio and film ad
arc Mrs. A. C. Fine, hostess at the patron's tea of the women
gift unit, and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, co-chairman. A trio of veteti
campaigners have a pow-wow. They are David Phillips. c0"f|ia~'
man of the winter residents unit: Harry Steiner, and H1
Simonhoff. member of the speakers' bureau.
New Frontier To Be
Heard Over WKAT
Li. ...,i.!U t Hollj Broadway ar.J radio Tyrone
P iwer, Rii hi i W dn irk, Mar-
tha Scott. Cornel Wilde, V.
pden, Edward R. Mui
and many
on Stati n WKAT
Sunday, E 4. at 8:30
p. m. in The Ni w K
: h mat
mg v. th | of ejudice
and disci n in the Uniti
States it has I en an-
nounced by Gilbert J. Balkin di-
' th. Fl iri la H
Office. Anti-D tion L
: B'nai B'i il
. Pr Har .Id Franklin
for the I; titute 1
Educati n N ,. V rk, in
ition \ .]
League. :
'" it nti .
human n
ii can be
' RaHinPrno-rnmc
uamo i rograms
Mark Music Mor
The first j
Fact : Life," star- ....... ymiiuiu *ui
i Stone of "Henry Aid- bi it. the celebration of
Month
Three local radio programs will
ih Music Month this week.
ri( i." :
s-'uV'7^:" L: E';a aording"o'MrrJwph*Duntov!
at ne, f,imou> : : ... eomedv .. ',
. plays the lead J, publicity chairman of the Greater
whosi i lucation is Miami Jewish Music Council.
: .1 ces beyond his con- There will be a special program of
LEGAL NOTICE
Succeeding pr ..: ,:> ;n The
New Fl ml
sSS&Lat 3:30 p-
:. \\ KAT.
IK.-uiquol To Mark
Vivo Iftirtlitlsiv
temple
!! Elk : writer and
ngs of the national poet
Bialik presented by Cantor Jacob
Goldrint: of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center with Robert Strass-
burg at tii" piano, and Judge
Kenneth Oka. radio chairman, as
tor, in Saturday, February!
3 m WGBS at 7 p.m.
On Sunday, February 4. at 10:45 ,
>vei WQAM the Synagogue
f the Miami Beach Jewish!
' .. ... 25 Coin,: with Ben Yomen as con-1
will tent a program of
tnquet htu usic. Margaret Ben
Sunday. Feb- *rill be at the pTano and ,
md Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will n, narrator.
In the afternoon, Simon Seidon's
^1
l
*4i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTI :: is HEREBY

K ... s w

T JEAX GIORDANO
. Attorney f,.r nwner
j *14 B*ybol l-M-JJ
of tin
Institut
C .,
::
" cinu T ...... niiiiwii .Jtiurji s
Yiddish Je-WL '' 1: at 2 P m "n WFEC
will have the Nelson family -
>n and daughter-in-law.
Lily Pon. will sing *
sorg from De'.ibes
when .he and her condu
husband. Andre Ko.fl.**
pear with the University oi
',,........> "'".i uuugntor-in-iaw. K .,., on ",
v '!: Wil] '!1 well known local musicians! Symphony Orchestra
'' Wlecti ;>rogram of Hebrew and Yid- day. February 3- < "r.fJ
ith Joseph Duntovijhe Miami Beach *jp
Auditorium. The ^ l
Opera soprano will also
lection, by Verdi GJ*,,
hop. Ponce and s m i
work to be T*JL
chwtra wiU be Hay*^
phony No. i G "^^
Defeat Beach Y Quintet
. ": ,:i Jewish Community Cen-
\lT"r;> basketball squad del
lea.ea the Miami Beach Y cuiintot 7Z."' """"^ ld:>l ounaay morn-
ISunday night in an overtime Jam! I"8 T Statlon WQAM. The pro-
43 to 43. erume ^me .gram honored the composer on his
'seventieth birthday.
-useph
tarrator.
Jean Bedetti. internationally!
known cellist who resides in Mi- I
ami gave a concert of Ernest'
Bloch s music last Sundav morn


DAY,
..JHY 2, 1951
* Jewish flcrid/ian
jrth Shore Center
j Install Leaders
Lin Pazol, recently reelected
K of the North Shore
K Center, will be installed
Ebonies at the Strath Haven
Ul Miami Beach, on Sunday
|,t'February 18.
Lers who will be seated at
Irites include Harry Fein, first
1 president; Leo Steinman,
Ind vice president; Sam Jaffee,
a vice president; Abe Wein-
b fourth vice rfcsident; Jacob
[b'lum, fifth vice president;
J Markowitz, corresponding
fetary; Lester Lasky, record-
Ecretarv; Jack Pritt, treasur-
Kil Pritzert, financial secre-
I; and Harry Tessler, sexton.
I'ustees are Abe Abberbach,
Lin Altman. Gus Barg, Ben
1 Frank Briskman, Jack
ler, Morris Dollinger, Dr. Vic-
|Dorf, Rubin Eckstein, Max
kstein. Sam Feldman, Morris
Iter, Louis Fishman, Wm.
(stone, Frank Goldman, Isa-
[Goldman. M. Goldberg. Dan
lison, Dr. Hendel, Max Kad-
I A. J. Kaplan, Jack Klinger,
Korson, Phillip Lcibman, Al
jilowitz. I. Meyersoh, Stanley
lips, Frank Schneider. Ernest
Her. Sam Solloway, Dr. B.
f, Allan Stint ton, Abe Suss-
Jerry Sussman and Harry
PAGE 11 A
ler.
ORT, JDC Sign/1951 Agreement
Inkes II pads
}llll| Adults
vmour Hinkes was elected
Ident of the Young Adult
lue of the Miami Jewish!
mumty Center at a meeting
je group Monday night,
so named to office were Jack j
son, vice president; Esther \
son, recording secretary;
la Somrr.erfeld and Corrine ;
p, corresponding secretaries;
Futerfas. treasurer,
ibership in the group is
| to all men and women be-
20 and 30.
leasue will hold a dance
center lounge on Saturday
February 10, and will co-
a Valentine's dance with !
Idult social group on Feb-
Miie Auxiliary
ms lloiiffit
Bi B ;. W mien's Auxil-
Jo the Jewish Home for the
LwiU a brunch and
party .n Thursday, F. b-
8. at 11:30 a.m. ;.t Lincoln
. 2 Lincoln Road, Miami
will benefit the Sid-
*ppel Medical fund which
1 ary medical needs
home residents.
ms may be made by
" Mrs. Helen Sparber. Mrs.
Tin Kaplan and Mrs. Harry
ger, co-chairmen of the
kram For Girls 8 To 12
fqurated At Beach Y
|mi Beach Y is inaugurating
ram for girls between
1 "ht and 12 years on
y> Tu ;,nd Thursday
" after school.
Pfogi m, under the leader-
Naomi Rosenberg,
onsist of three sessions each
to dance instruc-
afts and dramatics,
nberg is trained in
nee and dramatics.
Ration has been limited to
'"inn and the fee will be
' week.
ft Drama Group To
pee Series Of Plays
i:,t,uIt dramatics group of
WHA of Miami Beach
take production of a
I-Pla.VS as well as skit
I or a variety sHbw be-
ll Monday, February 5, at
IP1- under the direction of
-ershon Miller.
Miller is a graduate of
pvestern University, has
oramatics at the universi-
\ erved both in Chicago
as a director of chil-
rams.
'ppers" To Meet
, Uppers" of the Coral
| Center will meet
I >n Wednesday, Feb-
at 8:30 p.m.
fef '"'R;'nization, com-
1 urt* ,a,ul women 35 years
Mnd older, will soon launch
^ l?'K'):'1 educational and
activities.
Seated from left lo right are Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee; Professor William
Haber. president of the American ORT Federation (Organization
for Rehabilitation through Training): and Dr. Aron Syngalowski,
chairman of the World ORT Union Executive Committee; signa-
tories to the 1951 agreement between ORT and the JDC whereby
the latter will provide up to $950,000 for ORT vocational training
installations in Europe. North Africa and Iran.
Looking on is Monroe Goldwater. chairman of the JDC
Reconstruction Committee and president of the United Jewish
Appeal of Greater New York.
The current pact provides that ORT will not conduct any
independent fund-raising campaigns in the United States, although
the American ORT Federation will continue to supplement the
work of the New York ORT schools and other activities through
recruitment of membership with an annual dues not to exceed
$25.00 per year.
In 1950, ORT afforded training to 2v.000 students installations
in 22 countries. More than 5.000 students were graduated while some
S.000 received partial training prior to emigration. The balance of
the student body will continue training during 1951. Similar agree-
ments between ORT and the JDC have been reached annually
since 1947 for this vital phase of rehabilitation and reconstruction.
Wateh Tin* Birdio
George Kaplan, promising young Brooklyn boxer, watches
attentively as his manager Jim Gribbo, who also doubles in
hypnotism, gives him the hypnotic once-over. Hypnotism won't
win s fight for you, the manager admits, but it makes a good
fighter perform at his best. With a dozen wins under his belt,
Kaplan seems to be doing all right._______________^________
Passover in January-To make certain that every Jewish GI
serving with the American armed forces throughout the world
has the opportunity to participate in e Passover seder, the National
Jewish Welfare Board this week completed arrangements for
shipping large quantities of the necessary religious materials and
kosher food supplies to Korea. Japan Alaska Occupied Germany
and Austria the Caribbean and all Pacific bases. Later, similar
shipmentswil1 go to more than 500 military installations in the
United State.. Rabbi Aryeh Lev and Abe Fe.telberg. directors,
respectively of JWB's Division of Religious Activfties and Armed
Services Division are shown supervising the packing and shipping
operation.
JWV Post To Meet
A meeting of the Coral Gables
Post of the Jewish War Veterans
will be held Tuesday, February
6, at 8:15 p. m. at the Coral Ga-
bles Jewish Center, Bowling will
follow a short business session,
according to Harvey Brant, pro-
gram chairman.
Arrangements are being made
for an open meeting to be held
on February 20. Buddy Logue,
chairman, is being assisted by
Ernie Harvey.
Ft. Lauderdale Lodge To
Aid March Of Dimes
Ft. Lauderdale Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will sponsor a dance on
Saturday evening, February 3 at
the Odd Fellows Hall, 14th St.
and South Andrews, it is an-
nounced by President Daniel
Danart. All net proceeds of the
affair will be donated to the cur-
rent "March of Dimes" campaign.
Seminar Session
Slated For Tuesday
Third session of the Sunday
School teachers seminar will be
held on Tuesday, February 6, at
8 p.m. at Temple Israel. This
session will feature Joseph Hall,
assistant superintendent in charge
of instruction of the Dade County
Board of Instruction. He will dis-
cuss "Child Adjustment to the
Curriculum."
Following the lecture, a work-
shop will be held on "Arts and
Crafts Skills for the Classroom."
Mrs. Cora Friedman will handle
the junior level and Gregory
Rosenkranz and Mrs. Rose
Schreidel will lead the senior di-
vision.
The seminar is sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education
of Greater Miami as in-training
service for all Sunday School
teachers.
SHELL'S SUPER MARKET
WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE
5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676
The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best
In Edison CenterOpen Sundays


9-Jenlstfhrid&r^
r {
FRIDAY. FEBRUARi \
I95l|
PAGE 12 A
Home of
BLUE
RIBBON
MEATS
of S->'"9 yevit'f
,,. The GnD thrill
,-f to BLUE MBON MEATS' ... You
OUT IN FRONT
and still Growing !
Visit out V k^
America's ^^/^os. beautiful
j low-priced FoodDept Stores
7410 Collins Ave. SS
3195 Grand Ave. S5
CICIHVT
ST4R TIMK
FEATURES EFFECTIVE ALL STORES
THURS., FRI., SAT.
SELf SERVICE GROCERIES
v^ROAST 69 COFFEE

Ground to Order
Refrigerated PRODUCE
U. S No 1 CALIFORNIA C^ "" itflv
CARROTS 2 19
MILK
TNHIS IITE 11 P.M.
WIKJ CHAMEl 4
U. S. No. 1 Finest Ouolity
REETS
Mclntosh Apples
2
U $ NO. 1
TOR* STATE
19
3-29'
<),* 4~*
SNOW CROP
Sweet PEAS 2*33;
Lemonade "ze* 2" 33*
Green Beans 2"?39
ARMIX
Fruit COCKTAIL
FLOUR
LIBBY'S
Plain
or Serf Rising
UMTS oi aroo
31b.
tin
No. Wl
Con
lb.
bag
49
For Economical, Farter Waihing
<
.,'rll VrJ
WISCONSIN
hta CHEESE
Felins Phila. Scrapple
Sli. American Cheese
by the
F *:*
lb.
mmt
comto
61
-33'
* 53<
49 Beoco Bl.d oH Flagler 3195 Gond Avtn*
N. E 55* Si. Incaynt Blvd. $. W 58* A.. & 8* Si.
Corol Wov ot Ponce oe Leon B^d. Neit to Woolworih".
1551 N W. 3o*S-. Atlopottoh N. W 27* Ave. ond 8Ut Si.
2017 TvlerS. -Hollywood 35 N W. 2nd Si. do-nlo-n Miomi"
19* & Alton Rd Mo-; Beoch 114 Ponce de Leon Blvd. oH Flogler
750 N E 125* St Nor* Mioml 1055 N W 62nd St. Ednon Cent,,
N W 104* St. &7* Ae.
Red Alaska Salmon
Hum
Campbells Vegetable Soup
Del Monte Corn
Grapefruit Juice
Fyne Taste Peas
Lady Fair Tissues
Black Hawk Beer
lb. A
Con /
9* A i
boxes l\y
Whole Kernel
Vocuum Pock
Donald Duck
2
3
2
6
reg,
con
12 01.
COn
No. 2
eon.
No. 303
com
ctn. of
, 400
12 or.
corn
1
251
2!
21
891
Remember to get your copy of
EVERYWOMANS
A ORIAT NEW MAGAZINE... THI
WOMAN'S GUIDE TO BITTIR LIVING!
Diu Oxvdol
4
iarge box 31c large box 31c
Tide KIRKS
I large box 31c reg bar 9c
IVORY SNOW
'orge box 31C
CAMAY
bath size 13c
Lava
Teg. bar 10c
Joy
large bottle 30c
.......
Htmt 5.1.-. ..
< l.<
PUHm I'.'W.
CtM Can MiarM
Nf.ltvr, 4 !.....
On Sale Now at all
Food Fair Markets
'r Copy
5-
^Kt*M7
piie fiiit piEsaro
PRESERVES
AIR CONDITIONED
Gimotic Control
for your comfoit
Pineapple
Cherry
Apricot
Peach
&m
Bc-lMU Drifliinf
Personal Ivory
bar 6c
Spie & Span
reg. box 24c
IVORY SOAP
orge bar 15c
IVORY
Flakes
large box 31c
QUANTiTr RIGHTS RESERVED
IVORY SOAP
medium bar 9c
DREFT
large box 31?



Bureau 1 Certificates To
rural Keligious Xel?0ol Teachers
Another "first" has been estab-
r-hed bv the Bureau of Jewish
Educat.onin the distribution of
Loners' certificates to qualifying
^hPrs in the Greater Miami
tM, A Social Teachers' Licens-
Z Committee headed by Dr. M.
t rhek has reviewed the applica-
mmm of 27 teachers and has
recommended 14 for permanent
ifrense, nine for temporary II-
ne and four for examlnaV0"-
Vith the certification of He-
brew school teachers now in ef-
fect professionalization of the
Jewish U'acher has gained lm-
netus" Louis Schwartzman, ex-
ecutive director of the bureau,
Schools may now know
that by Employing licensed teach-
es they are procuring qualified
^Licenses have been issued to
David Freedman. Joshua Stadlan,
Louis Gadon, Rebecca Lee Kele-
mer, George Goldberg, Louis D.
Feder, Aida Caspi Robbins, Nettie
Goldstein. Maurice Mamches,
Batya R. Stadlan, Harry Perach
Kwitnev. Esther Perach Kwitney,'
Hy Pomerantz, Ralph DeKoven,
Joseph J. Hurwitz, Philip Fried,
Andrew Kornreich, Bernard,
Kelgmer, Rochelle Ross, Ruth
Uliss, Gregory Rosenkranz, Bess
C. Marder and Esther DeKoven.
The teachers' licensing commit-
tee consists of Dr. Glick, Dr. M. A.
Lipkind, Dr. David Andron, Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, David Freed-
man, Sydney Greenberg, Joel
Cohen and Louis Schwartzman.
Courses for Hebrew teachers
are now in session every Saturday
evening at the Kneseth Israel
Congregation, under the auspices
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and the Hebrew Teachers
Association of Greater Miami.
Joshua Stadlan is lecturing on
"Humash and Agada" from 9 to
10 p.m. and Moses Emanuel is
presenting "Modern Hebrew Lit-
erature" from 8 to 9 p.m. The
courses are serving as preparation
for the Jerusalem Hebrew ex-
amination to be held on April 1
throughout the world. These
courses are open to all Hebrew
teachers in Greater Miami and
there is no tuition fee.
liewiislhJEIIiDipidliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951
SEC. B
Palsy Authority
Hill Conduct
Clinics Here
Dr. Wintrop M. Phelps, ortho-
pedic specialist and one of the
world's foremost authorities on
cerebral palsy, will visit the
Greater Miami area for several
davs. according to an announce-
ment bv Mrs. Vladimir Virrick,
lent of the Cerebal Palsy
n of Miami.
On F( bruary 15 Dr. Phelps will
hold a demonstration clinic at the
ic, 651 S.W. 1st Strand
on the illowing day in Memorial
Hall of Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital. Clinic hours will be from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
"Adults and children are in-
vited to attend the clinics and
:. ,1 in examination by Dr.
Phelps should contact the Cere-
bral Palsy Association at once to
make arrangements," Mrs. Virrick
said, "as only a limited number
of examinations will be possible
during the clinic hours. Clinic
phone number is 3-0152."
Plan Purim Ball
Plans are being formulated for
a Purim ball, to be sponsored by
the Israelite Center on March 25,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Herman Miller, according to an
announcement by I. Sperling,
president.
52 Assn. Baseball
Show Set For Feb. 18
The annual actors' and musi-
cians' baseball game and show
staged by the 52 Association of
Greater Miami will be held on
Sunday afternoon, February 18,
at Flamingo Park, according to
an announcement by Carl Gard-
ner, president of the association.
Announcement was also made
that for the first time in the his-
tory of the local 52 organization
additional activities for wounded
veterans outside of the Greater
Miami area will be put into effect
following the baseball show
which is the organization's only
fund-raising activity of the year.
Committee chairmen in charge
of the baseball show include
Frank Steinberg, reception; Mai
Englander, ticket; Fred Drucker,
veterans; Max Mogull, actors and
musicians; Paul Rust, Jr., athletic
program; Sam Keats, finance;
Harry White, refreshments; Allan
Roberts, printing; Alex Gordon,
special guests.
A special feature of this year's
drive to put over the game will
be a hotel caravan committee
consisting of Abe Allenberg, Wal-
IT-M Will Offer
Course On Israel
Civilization of Modern Israel, a
history course of especial interest
to history students and school
teachers, will be taught by Dr.
Berthold C. Friedl as one of the
367 courses offered by the eve-
ning division in the second semes-
ter at the University of Miami.
The course consists of a study
of modern Israel, with emphasis
on language, literature, cultural
and social institutions, the arts
and sciences of the new nation.
Included also is a historical and
geographical survey, cultural and
educational trends economic and
defense conditions and immigra-
tion and integration into the life
of Israel.
One of the innovations in teach-
ing employed by Dr. Friedl is the
formation of model classes, in
which teachers who are taking
the course participate in the
teaching of other students. This
method is one of the most modern
now being employed by only two
other schools, Columbia and New
York Universities.
Other methods used include
lectures and discussions, film
strips, lantern slides and phono-
graph records. Dr. Friedl uses a
Bank Buys Ground
For New Building
Another huge business building
will soon rise in Miamiif ap-
proval of the National Produc-
tion authority can be secured. The
Pan American Bank has an-
nounced completion of a deal for
the purchase of the property at
the northwest corner of S. E. 1st
St. and 3rd Ave. at an estimated
cost of $400,000.
Bank officials said that while
detailed plans for the future home
of the bank, specializing in ac-
counts from Latin America, had
not been determined, facilities for
a possible drive-in bank were be-
ing considered.
Person Sought
Information concerning Myron
Hess, Jr., is being sought on be-
half of his wife, Loretta, and
their minor daughter, Rita, who
since March. 1941. have not heard
from him. Born March 27, 1916,
in Buffalo. N. Y., he is five feet
four inches tall, weighs 140
pounds, has black hair, brown
Browdy Elected i
Karen Haysod 8
President
Benjamin Q. Browdy of Brook-
lyn was unanimously re-elected
president of the Keren Hayesod
(Palestine Foundation Fund, Inc.)
for a second term at the thirtieth
annual meeting of its board of di-
rectors held last week in New
York. Browdy has been serving
as president of this fund since
January 3, 1950.
Judge Hyman J. Reit of New
York headed the nominations
committee which presented the
slate.
The Keren Hayesod is a con-
stituent body of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, receiving funds
through the United Palestine Ap-
peal. As financial arm of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine, it
supplies funds for immigration
and colonization in Israel.
Roth To Speak
Miami Beach Councilman Bur-
nett Roth will be guest speaker
at the North Shore Jewish Center
on Friday, February 2. at 8:20
His topic will be "Zionism
p.m.
eyes, wears glasses and may be j Versus DuaJ^ Allegiance."
wearing a mustache.
Golden Agers To Meet
Golden Ago Friendship Club of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center will meet on Sunday,
February 4, at 2:30 p.m. at the
center.
Anyone aware of this man's
text book of which he was the j whereabouts is requested to corn-
author, "Problems of Teaching municate with the National De-
Modern Languages." During the sertion Bureau. 105 Nassau
past summer he was guest in-1 Street, New York City,
structor at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
Information on this and other
courses taught by Dr. Friedl and
by others on the faculty of the
evening division may be obtained
by calling the evening division
office on the main campus of the
university. Registration for all
classes begins on February 6 and
runs through February 10.
Over 21 Club
Elects Leaders
Elaine Sanders was elected
president of the newly organized
Over Twenty-One Club of the
North Dade Jewish Center at
Norman Pazol will chant the
Shabbos Kiddush. and Mr. and
Mrs. Litinsk'y will mark their
tenth wedding anniversary at an
Oneg Shabbat following the
services.
L7TcCbVlA"ron"cours'hon"and recent meeting of the group.
Ed Singer.
Removal Oi Offices
Dr. Sanford L. Ziff announces
the removal of his offices for the
practice of optometry from 2904
Biscayne Boulevard to 6174 S. W.
8th Street, West Miami.
A graduate of the Northern Illi-
nois College of Optometry, Dr.
Ziff served as an assistant in or-
toptics and visual training for two
years.
Other officers include Gene
Ehrlich, vice president; Rhea
Kiener, treasurer; Cele Holick,
recording secretary; Claire Frank,
corresponding secretary.
Committee chairmen include
Gene Ehrlich, membership; Elaine
Sanders, entertainment; Pearl
Pritt, publicity.
The group meets every Thurs-
day evening at the North Dade
Jewish Center. 13630 West Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Following th. appearance of Sumner ^*?J^ruZ^fi^&
a crowd of 1.500 people at Ihe Miami Beach Jewish Center la" ^ee*cfm Room of the Blaclcslone
center men's club, a reception was held in his honor*n *hewanh *,e0 over 200 invited guests and
Hotel where Alfred Stone, center forum series chairman, was no n ^^ Uviag Lehrman,
patrons of the series. Pictured at the affair are (standing, i. i / Following Welles in
Welles. Moses Ginsburg and Julius Jay Perlmutter. pr"JJ f ^"h Affair., who will speak on
he series will be Maurice Samuel, noted author and exponenx LUienthaL former atomic energy
World Jewry in Transition" on Sunday. February 18. OVna ^^ ^ Wednesday, March
commission chairman, whose subject will be The Atom in on 0ur struggle for
Ml and William L. Shirer. nationally known news analyst, wno w y
Survival" on Sunday. April 1._____________________ .^^__^^^^^^^^^
---------CAPT. JOE'S FISH MART!>
For the Finest Northern Fish
V/hite Fish. Pike. Carp. Flounder. Smelt.
FISH GROUND FREE ^DELIVER
1Q8S S W 8th St. ON THE WAIL
ATTENTION:
Artists. Student.. Hobbyist..
Drawing. Painting. Still-Life. Life
Classes. Modeling. Carving.
Ceramic.
ay and evening classes
Reasonable fees.
Circle Studio. 58-0409
^"'V'VV^V'W'
Always ready to serve you with
a complete line of the finest in
kosher meats and poultry
Free delivery service throughout
Greater Miami
Open Till 12 On Sundays
For Your Convenience

We Ship to Key West, West Palm
Beach and Orlando


PAGE 2 B
Jen ist fhridiar
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY^ ^{
The Music Of Israel
B> DR. PAUL BECK
It :

of the | s* n
i el. Anybod
. about it ag the
- i
sines. Besides, il t
v." pattern with th
; nd] I rmance d!
and chamber music.^md of all
kind of vocal mus
I should rather like to put
i is on the fact thai
witnessing a uniqui
m< non the process of I
of an '; mous Israeli
I use this word >:.
i e it denotes the mus
natio
lerivii its s 5 oi

juvenating forces of
nati
It w ul I be >< lf-de<
dm |
present
is Is > natioi
i
I :
such
to differential tem-
i
A
-


I
people int
nal
will prod .
ill inspire
the I to
in the land.
\" n :. i : this ; I ici
npl;shed the final stage will
ached a

Of cours wj "-"- ful
-
.
- still use :
5
| trum.
over
two thous i and
ven 1 imp rtant p<
. .
It is poss

lems Wi
.; :. "
. il Fortur
n Is-
(ranges

l songs

. u
-
5

Obitunrios
MOfTRlS LEVINE
... N'crmai
\. i y .
- Vs
"" f '
!
M ha> P Mann
-
LOUIS KATZ
-
. h. s a i
-.:-- where
servlci
l:
. Mrs. Max
-
MRS. SARAH KOGOS
\
- I
-
-
I. u -!i H

IRVING WESTREICH
.
- i. I .
H
Mr*
- were

HYMAN VASSEN
-

(,...,
M


-
ADOLPH WINKLE R
V wlnl rluli
i
Ij
N'rt'


i.i-..ii Kronlsh
took place i"
eraldi w th Rabbi
""'
fllli-li !> .
SAMUEL NASH
of 81C llth .-i Mtaml B i< I
I way at the Mayo Brothers
Clinic. Rochester, Minn on Januarj
. ii.- wai :i part-owner or the Wil-
liam Penn, (lolham, and Lai "
Include nls wire,
two sona, Martin and Teddj
n inn.m daughter. Interment
t,.. k place In the Clreatei Miami l i mi
,. p>- Woodlawn Park, following sery-
Icei In -Miami Beach Riverside nh
[rvlng l..hnn:in i.ffu latin*,
DR. JACQUES M LEWIS
SO ii physician from New York CJty
who had i.....n here for a month and a
half, realdlna; at MS! Byron A.v
passed away uf a heart attack on the
29th He leavea lii- wife Qraci and
everal children. The remains were
den I t.> New York for services and
Interment by Miami Beach Rlveralde.
KflWation Hoard
To Mm* Monday
Board of directors of the Bureau
of Jewish Education will meet on
Monday. February 5, at 8:15 Pm
at the Miami Hebrew School and!
Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave.
Agenda for the meeting includes
a discussion of the Maccabiahs
sponsored by the bureau ;md as-
sistance to schools, as well as a
report by Louis Schwartzman. ex-
ecutive director on the first na-
tional conference on Jewish edu-
cation held in New York (
SfiNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
2759 FLAGLER ST.
DREAM HAVEN LODGE
I 1681 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach
Telephone 5-1333
The Only Hotel That Gives
Specialized Care to Personal
Diets and Light Nursing
Attention
MORRIS SINGER
kisltor I
!..!.
I: '
irvlved by hi
three Sol, Bennii
ih. v. Ram. The 1 -
by Miami
and In-
tel
SAMUEL COHEN
47. passed away in a beach hospital
mi the Mth. He resided al 1805 Lenox
.\v... while visiting here from Brook-
lyn where he was engaged in the fur
bualnea8. He Is survived by his wife,
Anna. The remains were sent to New
York (!- >-. n 1 1 and interment by
M ami 1 leach Riverside.
OPERA GUILD OF MIAMI
presents
CARMFN
With All-Metropolitan Cast
February 24th--Dade County Auditorium
February 26thMiami Beach City Auditorium
Tickets Now Available
at
Burdine's 3rd Floor
Miami Beach City Auditorium Box Office
ki LOW AS
AH
SMTUCST
MORTGAGE LOANS
HENRY E.WOLFF CO.
'- -1
*-M35
Cantor Berele Kelemer will
headline the program to be pre-
sented at the Jewish Home for the
Aged on Sunday. February 4, at
2:30 p.m. Also to be featured are
the Harmonica Rascals.
DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC
HELP RELIABLE DAY
WORKERS
S5.00
A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Phonn B.5317 t-tTZT
61 N. E. Sth Street
AL ME'DENBERG. Own.r
MORRIS STEINHARDT
an executive "f the Stelnhardt
who resided al
Ave di. 'I In ;i beach
hospital on the 27th. He leaves his
w fe, Bll< n ns, Julius, Milton
.:..| Arthur; one daughter, Mrs. Betty
1 Lehrms than s. n Ices
were onducl I al the Miami Bi h
REV. ABRAHAM SEIF
CERTIFIED MOHEL
Experienced in Leading
Hospitals in New York
Call 5-1682
HOTEL KOSHER
DINING ROOM
Under Supervision of Rev. M. Moscowitz
Collins Ave. at 13th St.. M. B.Ph. 5-7688
Serving DeLuxe From C 7C
Full Course Dinners A**
*Up
REVLIN
Open To The Public
* YOUR INCOME TAX *
Prepared Correctly by
MIAMI REAL ESTATE MART
J. E. MARQUA, Tax Consultant
7101 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-0563
Listen to the
JEWISH VARIETY HOUR
WMBM 800 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 3 to 4
Wednesday & Friday from
1:30 to 2
WTTT 1490 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M.
and Every Evening Except
Saturday from 10:30 to 11:30
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAN R. LYONS
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
THI IE5T IN KOSHER MOM
Restaurant
and
Delicatessen
Caterers
1141 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Planning a
Party?
Party Knishes
Sandwiches
Decorated Buffet Platters
Roast Turkeys
Stuffed Derma
Roast Broilers
Retail Delicatessen
Cocktail Franks
Hot and Cold
Hors D'Oeuvres
"Caterers
Distinction"
For All Occasions
NO PARTY TOO SMALL
NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE
Call 5-2655
ASK FOR BORIS
Special Attention to
Hotels and Organizations
Leonard A. Levine Irving Blasbergi
Miami & Miami Beach's Finest Jewish Funeral Home
with DIGNITY
and RESPECT
of all the details in your hour of bereavement.
. our competent staff is ready to relieve you
Ambulance Service
.Witt II or 5-2100
BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL
1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH
In Philadelphia 1512 North Broad Street
COLETH HEARD. Funeral Director


s
IffllDAY- FEBRUARY 2, 1951
* Jewish tkridkm
PAGE 3 B
H,vc David Meyer, trained and
H Zn PSw v,.u a check-up. Send at
tft2 lin s written with pen
Cink- no ball pointin self-
Lad 'nN i ..-.-oir\/> with
DROPSIE ISSUES SECOND OF
JEWISH APOCRYPHAL BOOKS
KA, stamped envelope with
^Sts-no stampsto David
fever.
Jewish Floridian,
bneBox 2973, Miami Florida.
'The following specimen was
I .,, by the well-known
1 Bill Steig, whose
nhic r n i nts on the rela-
i to their parents
fschool teachers areas pmg-
are witty and
eig is the author of
aM ,, which the human
treated with syrn-
ny and is now work-
7 on h ninth. His cartoons
^appeared in the New Yorker.
Squire! the Saturday Evening
>js't. C 111* etc.
Steig Is the ideal introvert.
That is I"' wo,ks and communi-
tes with his fellow man from
within outward. This is indicated
bvthe narrowing margins and the
marked angularity of his writ-


Ing. He is a shy man. very sensi-
tive and easily hurt. These
iendencn are balanced in his
I :. by the drive, ambition and
nervous energy shown by the
pharp p:> sure, the uneven height
I tters, the speed of the
I large size.
Like all humorists of depth,
gi ep inside him a sad,
intemplative man. The emphasis
t:i the vertical and the dropping
1 to manv of his words at-
[ With Steig it is the
Paghacci motif all over again,
I .: tbroken on the inside,
I iking on the outside.
- manner is quiet, but he,
r. Note the bellicose
I to some of his letters,
; tial stroke of the "m"
In "my." Temperament and
B I o sudden anger are in-
V the surge in size and
B i word endings, as in
f Kind writing."
Whal lements in the writing
b the humorist? Note the
[ 'i-oke." such as the
I- sh following the salut-
the c'V ved and dashed
l-dots, thi curved upper stroke in
II ii "handwriting." The
I "s" in "sample" is really
n at the bottom.
Let u ..turn to Steig's pres-
I ure is one of the most
I if not the most im-
I: eli ment in graphology.
IIn con nation with associated
I pressure virtually tells
_. In Steig's case, the sharp,
I' il and uneven pressure dis-
r his sense of irony, his
[ of emotion, his talent for
II ional self-expression.
I. pressure, combined with
I individual letter forma-
Ition, reveal his graphic talent
land his inner turbulence. He is
Very fortunate in possessing an
r medium through which to
activate and rid himself of his
inner commotion, acute feelings,
''' alth of imagery.
Dr. Moses Hadas. Associate
Professor of Greek and Latin at
Columbia University, is the trans-
lator of 'The Book of Aristeas."
second volume in the series.
"Jewish Apocrphal Literature."
now being published by Harper
and Brothers under the sponsor-
ship of the Dropsie College of
Hebrew and Cognate Learning.
Dr. Hadas, who has recently pub-
lished "A History of Greek Litera-
ture," and who is now writing a
companion "History of Latin Lit-
erature," is the editor and trans-
lator of "The Plays of Euripides,"
"Burckhardt's Age of Constan-
tine," "Zabara's Book of Delight."
and other scholarly books and
papers. The "Jewish Apocryphal
Literature" series is edited by a
Dropsie College Editorial Com-
mittee under the chairmanship of
Dr. Abraham A. Neuman, presi-
dent of Dropsie. Dr. Solomon
Zeitlin, Professor of Rabbinical
Literature at Dropsie, is editor-
in-chief.
Shiff Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sema
Shiff, formerly of 2117 S.W. 5th
St., will take place Sunday, Feb-
ruary 4, at 1 p.m. in the Orthodox
Section of Woodlawn Park Ceme-
tery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiating. Mrs. Shiff is survived
by two daughters, Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, of Miami Beach, and
Dorothy Fleishner, of Bristol,
Conn.; and two sons, Harry, of
New Haven, and Joe, Bridgeport,
Conn. Mrs. Shiff was a member
of Congregation Beth El of Bris-
tol, and Haddassah. Arrangements
are in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
Hadassah Unit
To Sponsor Ball
Greater Miami Chapter of Ha- !
dassah will sponsor its first an-
nual Hadassah Medical Organiza- l
tion Ball at the Miami Beach
Auditorium on Saturday evening, |
February 17.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, vice!
pri sident of the chapter, is chair- |
man of the event. Assisting her i
will be the Mesdames Aaron
Courshon, Leon Ell, Max Gratz.
Edythe Goldberg. Murry Gr
man, Herbert Gutman. Fred
Jonas. Harry Platoff and Ben-
jamin Sanderson.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by Dave Tyler and his 14-
piece orchestra. The floor show
will be headed by the dance team
of Adela and Chicho Lopez. Also
appearing in the show will be
Ann and Peter Devero, of Hotel
Caribbean; Carmen and Sal of
the Monte Carlo; Bette and
Charles Magner of the Bel-Aire;
Ann Hermac and Raoul Gomez
of the Sans Souci and Tommy
Salinos of the Arthur Murray
Studio.
In addition to old-fashioned
waltz, rumba and fox trot con-
tests, there will be a grand march
led by 100 Hadassah hostesses.
Gold trophies will be awarded to
the contest winners through the
courtesy of Meyer Friedman of
the Saxony Hotel.
The* member selling the great-
est number of tickets will be
crowned "Queen of the Ball."
Tickets for the affair will be on
sale at the box office.
Mrs. Kogan stated that "bene-
fits derived from this function
will be used for Hadassah's com-
prehensive medical and welfare
program which we have been
carrying on in Israel and for
which a maintenance budget of
$3,000,000 must be raised this
year. Hadassah medical activities
in Israel," she said, "include a
network of eight hospitals, 63
health welfare stations, where
mothers receive pre-natal and
post-natal care, countrywide pro-
jects of school hygiene, public
health and child welfare work in
addition to a partnership with
the Hebrew University in Israel s
only medical school."
MflTZOH MEAL
at its BEST!
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
MATZOH MEAL
Made from fresh, crisp
HOROWITZ- MARGARETEN
MATZOHS
"The Matzoh with the Taste".
The modern way to "bread"
fish, chops, cutlets superior
in stuffings and fillings of all
kinds. Excellent for knoedlach,
pancakes.
Not too coarse, not too fine .
IT'S JUST RIGHTl
The taste tells you it's good!
The name tells you it's Kosher 1
Distributed by
PALM DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37, Flo. P*">ne 3-6866
SAUL KENHOLZ
Kenholz Koshor Meat Products
Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere
2634 PONCE DE LEON
(Cor. Almeria Ave.)
Exclusive for "999*
Real KosherNew York
WHOLESALE 8c RETAIL
uiv WIT T SERVE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
SUN RAY PARK
HEALTH RESORT
HOTEL- SANITARIUM
FOR SOT. aMVAieSCEHI
and awomc case*
witi to* mnfi .__
Ill ,W *0'T COUfT
AMI rLORlDAJ
JEWISH
CUISINE
LUNCHEON
SPECIALS
SANDWICHES
SOUR CREAM WITH
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM WITH
VEGETABLES
Air-Conditioned

Mezzanine Floor
I
(complete and SbependaMe 3Hfe SMce
MIAMI TITLC
& Obstruct Co.
25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I
Title Insurance Pelides ol
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus & Reserves
Exceed $2,000,000.00
124 SHORELAND ARCADE
TELEPHONE 9-1892
HOTEL with NURSE
SERVICE on the BEACH
24 hour GRADUATE NURSE
care
e RICE. SALT FREE or ANY
other DIETS
All room. with PRIVATE
BATHS. patios, solaria. ELEVA-
TORS and lobbies.
~ Sb*sm*
1030 15th St. Miami Be.ich. Fla.
Call: 58-6959
Listen to Dr. Shoulaon on "Jewish
Fororn" WFEC every Friday at
10:15, Sunday at 2 P.M.
ade'redetel~>
r*H**-
fesv*
>-'.
>-*. ;vc
^rL.
r^*J
J*l
Za&&
T3* >K
1
-"**<*
*84
CXE. ^^cZ^Zn'y^t^ntH. Heart of Downtown Miami
OTEL OWNERS
APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS
We offer you special prices on:
SHEETS TOWELS LINENS
BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES
BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES
2nd Floor Domestics
1261 Washinqton Ave.
Miami Beach
The uncertainties in a changing world make
it imperative for us to THINK ahead. It is the
people who SAVE a part of all they earn
today who have the advantages tomorrow.
A savings account will help you face the future
. with confidence. ""}
ALL YOU CAN! | Qp0n an |n$ured DADe fEDERAL Savings
Account for every member of your family NO Wl
Now..*
IS THE TIME
to
Save
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
JOSEPH M. UPTON. Pr*ia
MAIN OFFICE. 45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
AllA-ATTAH MUNCH. 1394 N. W. 34th STIIET
RESOURCES EXCEED |2,500,000.00
Savings Aeeounrs or* now Ititvfl
up ro $10,000 by na j
Federal Savings Olid loan Iniuronc. Corporation
RESERVES EXCEED $2,000,000-00


PAGE 4 B
fcWMtef Hcrldiar
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. loc.
Capitol Spotlight
Bv MILTON' FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON
elated over
lAcheson-McCloy
doning Nazi war criminals
bribe for Germany military co-
operation against the Soviet
Union. They are happy, too, oyei
Bonn-inspired efforts to paint
U.S. occupation troops as "no dif-
ferent than the Nazis" in recent
pan-Germanic propaganda cir-
culated in Washington.
When Republican Sen. Joseph
|R. McCarthy joined with Nazi
elements and pro-Hitler propa-
gandists in defense of Nazi
stormtroopers convicted of war
atrocities, the Red news agency.
TASS, sent lengthy accounts to
Moscow. (McCarthy actually
charged the U.S. Army with
atrocities against the Germans.)
It was superb propaganda for
Radio Moscow to broadcast to
Germany and to the millions of
Europeans who fear German mili-
1 n an I who are already un-
easy ovei the Ami i ican revival
of the Na :i Wehi n i cht I:
thai C tting an
Indirect f rm of hel]
am xpec
Thi A
on Lhe
ernmei
peai
showing
I I 01 '
pardon
wai
t Ay. In telej

missioner McCloy I
of the AJC. F
warned thai
C
'i( in >. ratic and i
mo\ I
Rudolf A
r his
G cooper-
th ,1 ihann X
Bavaria
c iminals. This wj
' i milil irj nti
A IF :
mittee v
' le :.:.
resentmen
Americai
' | rence was hel
v
:
- Communists which contained a complaint that
the Truman- American soldiers connected with
policv of par- the imprisonment of Nazis wove
. d -Perl." -Ellowitz,-' and
Kirschbaum."
C iuncil propaganda centered
..: und allegations that certain
ntroopers wore mistreated
and tortured. These were the
S.S. men who confessed kill-
:,_ An erican prisoners-of-war at
Malmedy, Belgium. The council
failed to mention that the S.S.
unit involved also, burned thous-
ands of Jews in Eastern Europe,
according to U.S. intelligence.
The council officials called^ at-
tention to the fact that six Nazis
still face death sentences and
there was some danger that they
might even be executed. The
record shows that out of 73 con-
ns in this case there were
originally 49 death sentences. The
number was reduced to 12 and
was further cut down to six by
Gen C No one has been ex-
i in this case yetexcept, of
American
usands of
including babies and old
if you v. ml ant 1
istening for an hou
! : Amei tment
:. 1
n -."
'Weil. Nazis
; Ity
"" rhe pi pli : rig the
nferen
They shook their ;
i f war crimes
. Ise. "You have missed the
: ild.
ISklr Will Sponsor
BI;irlMM*uo Suiiclav
mi Hebrew School and
...'..hi will sponsor a bar-
Sui Fi bi uary 4,
tn. in the patio
school building. 1101 S.W. .
\\v.
chicken, hamburgers
on the menu.
Kli be over-
[fair. I
I : illow the ::. >al.
: le pits will'
he S Sam Kostoff and
Wi ntraub. Ed Becker,
Mi It; and Herman
' are in charge of
' !.-'.
affair will be
Michael Blank.
________
Beach Lodge Plans

rmer Nazi mili-

.

' :
US A
Membership Soeial
"for men

I at I
-;' I All n Road, it has
by Pi sident

Nami :. hairmen of the
I thl Jules
P. c
a and tort
H
:, inedthal
' ved in
tell-
that then





SPEEDOMETER
REPAIRS
ALSO
Windshield Washers-Wipers
Auto Locks Latchos
SALES SERVICE
QUICK EFFICIENT
AUTO LOCK g, HARDWARE
1304N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144
MENDELSOHN'S >= RESTAURANT"
' r. i i
41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue, Miami Beach
eel jo
"Where the Fines. Meet to Dine" Daily from 4 to 9
OneL%TY,GOOD PLACES T EAT~HER OR HOME!
Open Sa urday a. 5 P.M. phone ^
We have no connection with any other restaurant
on the Beach
UJA Leaders To
Meet At Beach
One of the most urgent drives
in the history of American Jewry
will get under way when Jewish
community leaders from all parts
of the country assemble tor a na-
tional inaugural conference at the
Saxony Hotel on February 18,17
and 18 to officially launch the
1951 campaign of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, it was announced
this week by William Rosenwald.
Rudolf G. Sonneborn and Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise. UJA national
chairmen.
The three-day conference will
hear from outstanding leaders in
American and Israel affairs,
among them Abba S. Eban. Is-
rael's Abassador to the United
States; James G. McDonald,
former American Ambassador to
the Jewish State: Edward M. M.
Warburg, general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal; Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz. UJA executive vice
chairman.
Rosenwald, Sonneborn and
Rabbi Wise said in their an-
nouncement of the National In-
augural Conference that actions
taken there will keynote ensuing
campaigns in more than 2.500
communities across the country.
UJA chairman lauded
for contributing
than $550,000,000 since the
W II to finance
t, immigration and
litation ] igi ims i arried
; the United Jl .
Appeal. They I that
ns made it possible to
nore than 1.000.000 Jews in
Euro] to ti ansfi to Isra
than 500.000 Jews
lands of distress."
They stressed, however, that
"this year's impending cam]
is made doubly urgent by the
deepening nti rnational ten-
xistence of (-migra-
tion deadlines posing early en-
trapment of tens of thousands of
Jewish men, women and chil-
dren."
.
FOR RENTFOUR MEETINQ
ROOMS AND TWO LARGE
AUDITORIUMS
Also completely equipped large
Kosher Kitchen for Weddinoa, Bar
Milzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge
Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space.
PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER
4-5922, FOR INFORMATION
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
RetaU
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
"WE SPREAD"
Phone 4-0305
LANDSCAPING dtfi SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
M.NASATIR J.B1RNBAUM
Program Director Associate D
WINZ Proudly Presents
YIDDISH
CLASSICAL HOUR
NOW3 TIMES WEEKLY
Friday & Sunday ]2 Noon
Tuesday Evening 6 P.M.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Narrator
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
Comraenlator
Brigadoon" To Open
At Beach Auditorium
This area's first full scale
Broadwav musical production
"Brigadoon"will open a five-
day run at the*Miami Beach Audi-
torium on Monday. February 5.
The show will have seven per-
formancesfive nights from Feb.
5-9 and two matinee perform-
ances on Feb. 6 and 8.
After a record-breaking 580
performances at New York's Zicg-
field Theatre, "Brigadoon" has
toured more than 80 cities
throughout the country.
Its showing here will mark the
Beach auditorium's first theatrical
production.
Mixing fantasy and sentiment,
with generous portions of lusty
humor, "Brigadoon" is a tuneful
tale of a Scottish village which
wakes from sleep one day each
century.
Plans of the enterprise's spon-
sor. Bernie Selevan, call for more
Broadway shows such as "South
Pacific." "Oklahoma" and "Kiss
Me Kate" if the initial show
"Brigadoon," is successful.
Tickets are on sale at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium box office
daily until 10 p.m. and Sunday
until 6 p.m. and at Flagler Book
and Record Shop, 322 E. Flagler
St.
LEGAL WOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTlTIOuT""1
NAME LAW ""0US
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVRN tk .
th.. imilersiKned, deBiting t ..;. '"at
l.t.u|,...uu i.hHa*. tk. l..... "*"*M: m
HERMAN SCH\VAI)Ro\
MYERS, HEIMAN s, KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
i;:,ii *t.yiKild Jlullillng
1/26 2/2-9-16
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have you. roof repaired now; you
will aava on a new roof liter
"Satiafactory Work by
Experienced Man"
414 8. W. 22nd Avenuw
PHONE 4-6M0
Linda Brands, inc.
Exclusive Distributors of the Famous
KOSHER ZION
HilivtMtvssvn Products
Suggest for your health, for your satis-
faction demand "KOSHER ZION"
Products under the supervision of
Kahbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made
until the finest ami freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashruth supervision.
Under U. S. Government Supervision
ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1
Call
Linda Brands, inc.
10 S.E. 5th St., Miami Phone 82-2731
Distributors of the
Finest Delicatessen Products
and Condiments
KOSHER ZION


/
rmDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951
__________+Jewlst rkjrktton
PAGE 5 B
li(Mi Students Take Part In Sit.....!
Half Of Mawabiah: Academy Wins
Over 600 students of^ seven] bearer in Maccabean tunic. The
lewish schools filled the football |Hebrew Academy, Workmen's
,,.i,| at Flamingo Park Sunday Circle and Knesseth Israel won
lr'the second half of the Macca-
hiah sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education in commemora-
tion of Tu Bishevat.
Closing scores revealed the
winner to be the Hebrew Aca-
demv. with 66 points; Temple
Israel, second, with 41 points; Mi-
ami Beach Jewish. Center, third,
39 points: and Workmen's Circle,
16 points; Keneseth Israel, 15
points; North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. 4 points; Temple Isaiah, 3
points.
The Matilda Ratner award of
the Tel Aviv Art Menorah, will
thus be presented to the Hebrew
Academy and a special second
award to the Coral Gables Jewish
Center, winner of the Miami
Ifaccabiah with 54 points.
The Beach Maccabiah began
with a parade of participants,
with baton twirlers and torch
prizes for this event. The athletic
carnival followed.
Winners included Carrol No-
wak, Ronna Steinberg, Rosalyn
Klein, Carrol Levenson, Brenda
Hcckman. Wanda Grarder, Linda
Marks, Joan Berman, Shirley
Mart, Roberta Cohen, Mary
Seigal, Inge Mager, Harriet Shart-
man, and many others listed by
school only. The concluding song
contest held in the Flamingo shell
was won by the Hebrew Academy
with Workmen's Circle, second,
and Miami Beach Jewish Center,
third. Free ice cream was dis-
tributed through the courtesy of
Carl Weinkle.
Arrangements were under the1
direction of Louis Schwartzman'
and Hy Pomerantz of the bureau, I
and Abraham Rockstein and I
Philip Kaplan, of the Jewish!
Centers Association.
Manischewitz Boy
Becomes" Bar Mitzvah
Perpetuation of a great family
tradition in America was en-
1 to a fourth generation
David Mitchell Manis-
11 of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Beryl Manischewitz, was wel-
comed into the adult Jewish com-
munity in an impressive Bar
.. remony on Saturday
January 13.
A plans for an extensive
celebrati >n had been made well
1 if the happy event,
Mr M chewitz, who is chair-
man "i the board of the matzo
firm founded by his
Rabbi Dov Ber
Man '/. decided to curtail
them in keeping with the spirit
of the present national mc-r-

During the Sabbath, following
the 1 I religious ceremony,
Mr. and Mrs. Manischewitz and
their .1 received family and
friends at Kiddush, and later, at
their he ime.
The event was climaxed on
afternoon by a dinner at
Savoy Plaza Hotel in New
York, attended by leading Ortho-
1 tbbis and people prominent
in public life. Among the guests
Wen Rabbi Eliezer Silver of Cin-
cinnati, a member of the presi-
dium of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis; Rabbi Leo Jung of New
York Jewish Center and pro-
' I Ethics at Yeshiva Uni-
Vei Rabbis Isaac Halevi
Siegel of Jersey City and Mena-
chem M. Hochstein, religious
supervisor of the B. Manischewitz
Co.; Judge Joseph M. Proskauer;
and Dr. Reuben Finkelstein a
grand uncle of the Bar Mitzvah,
who was toastmaster at the din-
ner. Cantor David Putterman of-
ficiated.
RICCIO'S
on the 79th Street Causeway
"NEW" Blue Grass
Room Lounge
Featuring
MARIE STANLEY
Open 'Til 5 A.M.
Phone 7-9555
W'^
Albert Comanor, executive director of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau of Greater Miami, is pictured accepting a scroll
for the Greater Miami Jewish community "in recognition of out-
standing devotion to the cause of America and New Americans who
have been welcomed in their midst and aided to build new lives in
dignity and freedom." The presentation was made by Edwin
Rosenberg, honorary president of the United Service for New
Americans, at the national USNA conference in New York.
Fancy Catering
Weddings, Parties & Banquets
PEARL GOTTESMAN
New Phone 86-5363
MIAMI
BEACH
b$ fUut from ^J
weother-vone ^^
o welcome- ^^
mot...modern at '51 ..new ^S
furnishings throughout .. ^S
new coffee shop and ^%
dining room...newly land- ^S
scaped tropical gardens... ^^
swimming pool, dancing ^^
... planned entertainment. ^^
SFECIAL YEARLY i SEASON **TES O
ALFRED STONE Owner Management \^
TECCPMON--J8?76< ^
&.
Rabbi Leo Jung, (at right), just prior to his departure for
Israel, extends his congratulations to young David Mitchell
Manischewitz. Looking on is Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, (second
from right), eminent jurist and philanthropist; and David's proud
father. D. Beryl Manischewitz.
ARE YOU TIRED OF ROLLERS, GADGETS,
STARVATION DIETS?
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. SOOTHING VAPOR BATHS.
COLONIC IRRIGATIONS, CONTROLLED NUTRITION
NORMANDY ISLE HEALTH INSTITUTE
1221 Everglades Concourse ph- 86-3213
lira
lining and ftont-End AlignmentBody K
Clutches, Ignition, Electric & Acetylene
ipalra ami Painting
Welding
COULTON BROS. GARAGE
Upholstery end Seat Covers
i>ce Plck-Cp and Delivery Wn r Bervlce
rhnne, g-2244, 2-6652 I S.W. 8lh Street
n ICC FOR EVERY
ULAjJ PURPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS
Furniture Tops, Be/eled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty
L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works
136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834
MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GER3ER
THE GAHHEN -on the trail"
2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155
FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD
Recommended by DUNCAN HINES
VISIT OUR NEW PATIO
Open From 12 Noon MRS. MARIA FREYER, Owner
IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS *ND PRIVATE PARTIES
ALPINE LOUNGE magic rudy From Vienna
INCREASE
In commemoration of Tu Bishevat. students of the Hebrew Academy planted an orange tree on Jthe
' 3each. Shown above are Sandv Andron, Josepn
dney Shapiro, Samuel Feder, Lester Pazol and
In commemoration of Tu Bishevat, students of the K. -----------. ...,,
school grounds at 6th St. and Jef(erson Ave.. Mianv Beach. Shown above are Sandv Andron. Joseph
Lauer. Eliezer Katz, Jack Shapiro, Sandra Katz, S'
Bruce Shoulson.
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
is displayed; ,
And to buy only chickens with the ring ol the G.M.V.H. m 1D J as this is the only
jdentificatiorTwhlch proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet;
That tfp. auch Itadtftaud W^JS^^SS^J&J^m Style." "Jewish Style." or
Sacramental Wine is Served," definitely do not assure kasnrutn. -.B .
For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Dtrecto, Rabb, Joseph^^J"^
Hcly1 ffiff ?W H. Sootin. Sec,, & Lobel. Tree.
1.
2.
YOUR INCOME
IN '51 ...START
SAVING NOW
FOR PROFIT
Receive Two Liberal
Dividends This Year
Current Rate is 21/2%
NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Shepord Irood.
Pinidtnl
N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St.
North Miami
Mai Dreyer,
Stcrttonr


PAGE 6 B
*Jm Is* Floridiari
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1951
NotoriousllatrLeaders Involved In Rosenberg Affair
WASHINGTON NOTES ---------- w n ^ gl 1BHW HHP^l WM W ""* ''*!1 /1 ^TOV M-lM FALU^r!
ADVENTURES
CAPTAIN,
T(M
WASHINGTON SOTES
The full story of the abortive
attempt to thwart Anna K
s appointment ha? n it yet
bun told. In fact the detail
the conspiracy against her
never come to light unless the
culprits are forced to stand public
trials on perjury. According to
informed Washington circles the
coup dc grace to the conspiracy.
was delivered by Ralph De Sola's
wife in secret testimony before j
the Senate investigating commit-
tee. Members of the committee
are reluctant to speak about it.
but rumor persists that many of
the facts brought out at the hear- '
ing were not incorporated in the C^, |M0 Br ^ rt*r-*ts]
committee s public report.
De Sola, the former communisl
who testified he had seen Mrs.
Rosenberg at a communist meet-
ing, was brought into the picture
through Gerald L. K. Smith and'
notorious Benjamin Friedman,
who once accused Cardinal Spell-
man : I entry into the
C fold. It was at a tip of
A top anti-Semite I
'' 1 Jr. and Seni I >r M -
v si nt th< uths
to Fi.-
had foreknowli
the Mufti-li '. r at
once contact
De Sola and the sn pers
incid
ives f the S
inv, tigatii
In thi into the religious origin of A Trend
YNOPSlS: HAV
OF /AASADA'S UNDERGROUND
EXITS, TOV AND AVIVA HURRY
TO AVOID BEING RECAPTURED
BY THE nilAPDS OF HAJrAUSA I
AS TOV CLIMBS DOWN TO THE AID1
OF THE BEAUTIFUL AVIVA, THEY
ARE SUDDENLY STARTLED &/ A >
PIERCING SCREAM-------- (comt.nucd....}
Semil ::.'
- il
:. De Sola. But its records
Israeli bond campaign is
drawing some of the top
I ,ie was on the munity executives in the country.
'. Jews wei ters Pi I the WPA. Latest reported joining the sales
the
henchi
chai g
Me for thi People who v with him zation is Ben Rosenberg.
dld ('"'- ih.re have told this writer Dc executive director of the St. Paul
Iman purcl ; h ;'J. V (U as ..mimunitv. He will probably
"000 co. irdtcJew a head the Chicago bond campaign.
te-sheet "C .." ......Turning Back Pages
The late Jacob Aaronson, one
of the Grand Central brains, was
nd De S la kepi There is divided opinion in
in the pa] a good Catholii Washington whether Mrs. Roscn-
tensible purposi 'der this sordid chapter
ing credence to his sed. But people with access to : n<>*- a boastful man. But lie could
Shrewd Gerald of course was behind the scene information ne,ve' resist telhnR his gentile
lettinj Friedman and De Sola do I sources have no doubt that the I friends and admirers that he owed
his sharp head to Jewish heredity.
The Aaronsons were said to stem
from the Gaon of Vilna Some
ten years ago Bernard G. Rich-
ards interviewed Sinclair Lewis.
The famous novelist said then
that if he were a Jew he would
be an assimilationist and an anti-
Zionist. He was more positive
however in the approach of de-
fending Jewish rights. "Personal-
ly." he said. "I would favor the
aggressive stand." adding "You've
got to hit back pretty hard when
on the other side you have so
much arrogance, so much down-
right chutzpah" .
A Universal Tongue .
The European branch of the
his dirty work, figuring that heiRsenberg affair could have de-
could remain in the background veloped into an American Dreyfus
to good advantage as long as two case if watchlul eyes had not de-
''Jvwa' were fingering the anti- tected the scheme in time. If the
Rosenberg campaign. When F;:,-(!- Rosenberg smear was the begin-
man later retracted, declaring he ning of an organized anti-Semitic-
had been misled by De Sola, j drive to make the government of
Smith made a hasty exist from | the United States an unwitting
Washington. At a later meeting | tool in an anti-Jewish conspiracy,
of his henchmen there was a near 1 these seems no reason why the
fistfight as Smith reported on the matter should have been dropped
failure of his strategy. In the end \Hke a hot potato, unless of course
the would-be Hitler admitted his 'here is intention to spare the
mistake and reassured his hench- 1 fingers of some powerful Con-
men he would never again devi- gressional forces,
ate from the Nazi precept that "a \Facts and Figures .
alone two Jews." Does this mean
to imply that he made a deal with
those two characters? If so it is
the plain duty of the Justice De-
partment to find out whether
there had been accessories to De
Sola's crime.
The intriguing part of the sordid
story is that no newspaper feat-
ured De Sola as a Jew. Much was
written about the Jewish convert
or would-be-convert Friedman.
But no mention was made at all
about the Jewish origin of De
Sola. And that was exactly as
Smith planned it. It was his'idea
to manipulate anti-Rosenberg
drive through a "Jew" and
"Catholic." thus hoping to divert
public attention from the fact that
it was the organized anti-Semites
of America who were behind the
campaign. The Senate investigat-
ing committee naturally could not
TABLE TOPS
States absorbed about ninety per
cent of them. These interesting
figures on Jewish peregrinations
e disclosed by D. Ilya Dijour
at the recent annual meeting of
the Yiddish Scientific Institute.
During the same period Palestine,
absorbed about four per cent of 1
the immigration stream. Between'
the years 1925. when strict quota !
laws were established in the
Lnited States, and 1945 Palestine 1
showed an eighty per cent ab-
sorption rate of the wanderers
Since the rise of Israel the migra-
tion wave had only one direction
the Jewish state. At the same
time the demographic character
of Israel has been undergoing a
marked change in consequence of
TeiSi,ogerti7flu.X : : ientaI Jews.
in 1948 Oriental Jews constituted
ten per cent of the general Jew.
ish population in Israel. In 1950'
the percentage rose to thirty
Metro-Goldwyn company recent-
ly held a conference in London.
Participating were representatives
of eighteen countries. Most of
them were Jews. Sam Eckman,
London director of Metro-Gold-
wyn. was to chair the meeting but
he was troubled how to surmount
the language obstacle since the
delegates were from different
countries. Finally lie hit upon a
bright idea. He began speaking
Yiddish. And the miracle hap-
pened. The delegates who called
themselves French and Spanish
and Italian and so forth suddenly
began conversing in Yiddish.
When the meeting was over the
executives lauded Eckman for
his brilliant idea and spent an
evening with him at a wine cellar
singing Yiddish folk songs. Since
there is a Yiddish saying "af kein
meise fregt men nit kein frages."
I will not endeavor to speculate
what happened to the goyim.
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Look For"the 2-Story White
Buildino
THURMOND
MONUMENT Co.
MARKERS S35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
WIQIEfrll*
SERVIXa
FLORIDA'S FINEST
AMERICAN JEWISH DINNEH
111. OollIlM Avenue Mian
August Studio
OF
INTERIOR DECORATING
1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024
MIRRORS
LOWEST PRICES
Phone 78-2120
AUTO GLASS SERVICE
HARRY LACKEY, Mer
SAFETY OR PLATE GLASS GLASS pARTS
1075 N. W. 36th sJeTll6d ^ *" M.
Miami. Florida
The Showcase of Good Food
The GOVERNOR
CAFETERIA
1225 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
And Be Sure m
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Product**'
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
VWt Our Pann at
d f eir iu. A n.pp.r Cr^k
FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN!
Sisterhoods, Hadassah Chapters.
Council of Jewish Women Groups, and
other men's and women's organizations
all over South Florida are finding an
unexampled opportunity to raise a
major part of their budgetary needs by
taking new and renewal subscriptions
to The Jewish Floridian.
We Pay i ilirral Commission:
You'll be amazed at how easy \1 is
to earn up to hundreds of dollars this
easy way. No investment. Your earn-
ings are all your own.
Send this coupon today to LeaWce Rosen
Circulation Manager. Leatrice Rosen
Ihe Jewish Floridian
P. O. Box 2973
Miami 18. Florida
Please advise me how our group can earn funds
by representing your circulation department in our
organization.
Name of Organization............................................................
Person Writing..................... .................
Address ........................ ..............
City, State................... ...........


FRIDAY
FEBRUARY 2, 1951
^Jewlstflcridtan
PAGE 7B
DRIVING SAF
inside and out!
-.
More Ihon 3000 holding fingers pr fir.
SKID PROTECTION NEVER POSSIBLE BEFORE
Your One Tire Investment... for Years to Come!
^
ROYALTEX WAD and TRACTIONAf" *'% ><>" **!< /" ***
tffwr possible before!
PROTECTIVE CURBGUARD. to protect your sidewolls-end all Grinding Curb Scuff and
Abrasion!
V. 5. AVION LIFE-TUBES, to double the strength of tires with Nylon Blowout Protection
never known or possible before!
PRICED AS LOW AS LIFE AND SAFETY PERMIT
UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY
America's Largest Maker of Tires
U. S. ROYAL TIRE SERVICE...RIGHT WHERE YOU LIVE----------------
YOUR UTMOST
IN SAFETY EQUIPMENT
For Any Car, for Years to Come
NEVER IN OUR HISTORY has there
been such demand as we have experi-
enced for the great Mid-Century U.S.
Royal Mrater and die new U.S. Nylon
Life-Tube.
MANY PEOPLE HAVE ASKED whether
we will be able to make enough of them
to go around. The answer is we have
never been able to make enough of
them. They have been "selling out" as
fast as we could make them.
OF ONE THING YOU MAY BE SURE-we
will continue to make all of them we
can in keeping with all official limits
on rubber supply.
OUR BEST ADVICE WOULD BE- keep In
close and friendly touch with your own
neighborhood U.S. Royal Dealer. He
will do his utmost to give you these
Master and Life-Tube qualities that
were never known before. He will see
you safely and comfortably through the
months and years a!jad. We will do
our utmost to help him.
NORTON c?Kc.
TWO STORES
_________MIAMI-------
500 W. FLAGLER ST
Ph. 3-1639
-------MIAMI BEACH-
1454 ALTON' ROAD
Ph 5-5115
Louis E. Pallot. President
A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami
Easy Budget Terms Little As $1.00 Per Week


I
PAGE 8 B
fJenist noridiar
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2,
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.
S|m.-iUer Mcndl Klkin
Noted Writer & Chief Librarian at the Institute
For Reservations Call 58-6400
Distributed by
D2HCATISSEN MEATS
lli-4>raclc Food o.
1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 9-8456
get the
honest
full quart! V:
get Clicquot Club
(Pronounced Ki.EEK-0)
Oet mOte Of the "finest Fine flavor-aged ginger
ale .. livelier sparkling water... and 4 ounces more
than many w-called "big" bottle*. Your best buyl
Bottled and Dist. by
SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK, Pres.
i'UZM li FAMSLY PLOTS
In Jewish SectionV/oodlawn Park Cemetery
AVAILABLE NOW!
For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922
For the Finest
In Laundry or
Dry Cleaning
ySA&

CALL US
ALL SE&V.CES TO
MEET ANY BUDGET
Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc.
LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1403 N. W. 7th COURT
Phones: 3-0753, 3-0254
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Religious Directory..
^ .- n< i.v Mrs Myron
Temple israei (Reform), 137
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narol.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Rabbi Emeritus.
Where 1- God
th. jubji t of 1
by Dl Jqee, R > ;";.,; ,. ;i, ,,
by M,s. Myron Conn, upep forum
and ....... ,,..,.- ,,.!,_. w ttn
ami Babbatb re-
al
rea?" will be
:, i.i be glvi n
i: Narol Krldas nignl
. ,,. Snturdas morning
the children of grades 5 thwart eonj
, will attend *_**; N
Cohn, Open
ill full""
i ii.. ehlp
freshments.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
Ihodox). 301-311 Washington Are-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moaes Me*-
cheloff.
at
:30.
bs
flrmatlon
wllladdn regatlon
Ish Religions Practlci
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Folk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Homg; L
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Friday evening services at B:M. Ujta
[ dues! ; '"''-
':, Rabbi Ilaccoby. Free Synagogue,
vernon. N Y. who will review
- Sl'm" u ?& Honte
-
thi >en >".''",
m Rabbi
Friday evening s.-rv.coj.
i Hi- Friday services at s !n- < uem
speakeV Samuel Doetonrw Saturday
., ,. rabbi ui speak on A.
World of i-i' Mlncha at 5:80 followed
Shalos Seudoa. Dally relbjtpua
h< .l
Monday through Thursday 3:30
and Sunday from I i. noon.
niArniiik- -
Israelite Center (ConservatiYe)
3198 S. W. 24th Tert
Dally services 8 a.m. and !>:30 p
Friday night eervtea. at ....w Sat
p.m.
ur-
day "morning at 9. RahU Abraham
Bacha will apea* on "Portion of the
-The First Uiws of < HUIa.1-
Mlneha al 6 p.m. followed W
, nl Bbaloa Seudoa. Sunday school at 10
!. i o a
k.
Sah,
a in. S II '-';' "
'
l. AM ';
, nlng i.y call-
ing center offl
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 141S Euclid Ave-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.
al S 80
, t 8:30 p.m Quest
X| former fla-
il the Sholem Au
and an Instructor In the
je -' Insi 'ut. In Miami. A
ii., the forum. Sat-
8 SO a.m.
speak on the Portion
i a.m. Mil
-.:..- oonti ited
; will I
III* wi
at 8 i in. followi .1 bj
i,> the rahlil M In hn
in Jewish
ims Maai Iv follow s.
;iri.l Th '" ,; ;'
li almud i.....lucted 05 the
H. l>r. iv bcI.....l Mine"." '"
tin
Sui i to .......I. Heg-
: flee. Junior
.ii lo o m. i
, .,l v, in ei
it 9 I illowed by bn
and cultural program.
Temple lietn Snoiom iLiberal),
4144 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
i': Iday e\ enlng ea al 8:16.
Rabhl Kronish v on "1 'emo-
II.. II Roi In the Bible."
Sabbath service Saturdaj morning al
a.m Boy Scout Sabbath, Bar
Miravah i.i Laun nee, son of Mr.
and Mrs, James Albert. Sunday school
m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium, 77th
St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip
Fried, acting rabbi.
On Friday evening at 8:20 p.m..
Councilman Burnett Koth will be gueal
speaker. His toplo will be "Zionism
versus Dual Allegiance." Norman
Pasol will chant the Shabboa Kldduati.
Mi and Mis. Mtinaky will celebrate
their H'tii anniversary at the Oneg
Shabbot following the services, at
whllh Rabbi Philip Fried will officiate.
Saturday mornln I' will be
al 9:15. Junior servile* at 11 a.m.
Hebrew Academy, 918 Glh St.
Miami Beach.
Dally services 7:30 a.m. and 5:80
p.m.; Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Friday evening service B:S0 p.m.
Saturdaj al p.m. there will be a
si..rv hour for children of the entire
community. R< freahmenta
Berved and Hebi ew
will be taught
5:15 p.
following, sun.lav morning aervii
Temple Isaiah (Reform), Town
& Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P.
Mann.
Services Friday evening at 8:80
p.m. Rabbi Mann will
The religious school Is i ondui ted
al the dibui n School, 10 10 Bay I 'rive,
h from l" .. in. lo noon.
Downtown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David). 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitx.
Friday evening service al B:80 Sat-
urday al 10 a.m. The rabbi will
apeak on the Portion of the Week.
Study group meetaat 1:80 with Mineha
dances and songs
b) Bobble Lauer.
in and Bhalos Seudoa
i.. a.m. Hebrew school every week- at 6:16 followed
brew classes and Maarlv. Dally
;:4.". Sunday
: tel noon, Adult lb I
Wednesday 7 13 I' 111.
West Miami Jewish Center, 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)..
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz.
Friday evening servleea at 8:15
Rabbi Bsra Llfshlti will officiate
at the service. Saturday morn-
prvlcea at 9: the rabbi will speak
..a the Portion .>f the Week.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1181 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Xe'emer.
I.' Lite
(iuesl
IT Louis III
nil nl '.. the
il ..I I oi i on i f
Congregalicn beth Tlilah (Or-
thodox i. 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Hack-
ovsky.
by Bhalos Seudoth
sei\:. ea al s a. m.
in>.i nini; service at



il
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamchcs.


land
8:30.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Friday evening services at 5:15 p m
Rabbi Murray Orauer will preach on:
"The Torah and it- Laws: Does il
Present a Measage In Modern Times?"
Saturday morning at K:30 n m. Rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week Mte ha at 6:8.....Ilowed b>
Shalns Sudos. Junioi rongri
Saturda) 10 a.m. t" noon. Sunday
si hool 10 t.i 12 i....... I. illy :
si hool :: 30 to 6:30 I lally sei i li es B
a.m. lb idlng i la M hna 5 p.m.
Mlncha dally 5:45 p.m.
Miami Beacn Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Jacob Y. Goldrina.

\v. ;.
ly l'ni'l
Cantor


'



Coral
i.l Mi

Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Joseph Malek. cantor: Steve
Kcssler. organist. Palermo Ave.
rear Lc Jeune.
,,i

M.




p m followed by

youth

ik
l senibly
hall ..: thi Dally
M laj through
Thui
1 lo 12 n ion. II Igh hool fur
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 N.W. 51st Place,
hrough Ft
1 if bn nl 9 am. and Sun
Mlncha al 5 30 p m.
i by Maai Iv al 6 p m. dall>.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
I Ice* at S: l r..
Sat in day mornlna es at ln
Temple Beth El (Conservative).
630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstcin.
rvlci p.m.!
i nil i i
:i l> ni i M. n Th in Sun-
.. in.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or-
4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
i day night at 5 I
at 9 a.,, Mini ha al
.wed by Shalo.
'. ., in
*' < i members m the
ire tod to .
T'Fereih israei Congregation ol
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
p ni :
In that
Invited to attend
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
"A GOOD NAMfc
la more to be
treasured than richet."
Proverb,
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
"one for other gratefu'
families
GORDON
710 'S.W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
F. I. AHERN
Funeral Director
ON THE OCEAN
<7\s,u:fi atut(9tu(taK
334 18th St.
Around the Corner From CopaCit|
Dinner Sous Les Etoiles
Phone 5-9169
KosIh'i- Killed
ChiekenN
TENNESSEE
POULTRY & EGG CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M.
Phones 9-2585 -- 9-7981
1340 S.W. 8th St.
Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orlhodol|
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach.
H. Horowitz.
s,.i \ ea 6 10 p.m
'
Saturday
thodox)
' at ; 30 .. of
Frrst Jewish Congregation
Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de V \
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Kov*-,
.


Ave W pJlm R 2"2 B/oward -n8 a0Dt chanina Ben
Singer Rahr? 'Ch"d E" Tradvon Nus^h Arie and Yeshi-
kolh Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Rabbi De \.
es PrVtai '
classes daily fron '
B .n lay school from r,'"iiii'
Temple Emanu-El of Ffcjjg
erdale and Hollywood l"""-^
1801 So. Andrews Ave^
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ran**-
rabbi. n.i"
S. .,.-, KM,lav at I
win preach Hebr<
10 .. m ; religious aehool ^
Cong. Monticello Pa-
163rd and 10th Ave.
D. Katz.
PrMay
5 P*l
,-v. nil I
u.t.i Friday ev. i

--.,;'
ninir


Chabad, 947 N.W.
Servleea daily r
7th Ave.
a in. and !' a.m.;
evening services a^'hund. "
p.m foil. /i i bj .-aitio*
N. W. Religious Congreg"
3681 N. W. 2nd St. ,:
1 Servloes Saturday morning
^o'clock.


rpmAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1951
+JewistfhrUtam
PAGE 9 B
i hjj......m............
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
Ucsssssassxss:
\vfi Auerbach. coach of the Bos-
ItnnCeltics m the National Basket-
Itall Association, appears to have
Iffacultv for getting into hot
I later a'"1 lno Ume- Red IS one of
Ithe most colorful bench coaches
I to the league, and probably per-
Ifarms his screwball antics deliber-
ately in order to create comment.
iRecentlv, in a hotly-waged game
lat Baltimore, between the Bullets
land the Celtics, Red charged onto
I the floor after Baltimore took the
llead in the second half. Auerbach
I went on the court and said to the
lofficials: "I know what I am going
to say is going to cost me a techi-
Ical foul, but I want you to know
that I think you are yellow and
lhave no guts and don't belong on
the court."
The refs called the technical
foul and later Auerbach was fined
$50 by President Podoloff. "It's a
good thing we lost that night,"
Auerbach asserted, "because I'm
Isure I would have been killed by
The crow I
Frank Scott, for \he past four
years traveling secretary of the
Yankees, left the employ of the
club on January 17. Scott retires
from the New York organization
with a fine record, and the 100
percent regret of baseball writers
and Yankee players.
Scott's successor has yet to be
named. Meanwhile, Frank is set-
ting himself up in a new line of
business, as player agent for radio,
television, testimonials and the
like. He already has lined up Phil
Rizzuto and other Yankees, as
well as many other players
around the circuits.

Mel Allen, voice of the Yankees
is serving as national chairman
of the $1,000,000 drive for the
Children's Town Foundation of
Warren County, N. J. The
Foundation will care for 225 resi-
dent children and from 350 to 500
additional children during the
summer.
Sol D. Klein, waterfront com-
mission merchant, is the new
president of the Stockton (Cali-
fornia) Ports, succeeding Ray
Narbaitz, who did not seek re-
election. Klein has been a member
of the board of directors since
the club was organized in 1946
and served as vice president last
season. He will be assisted by
Jack O'Keefe, executive vice
president; Ernie Simard, who was
re-elected secretary, md Dave
Kelley, who was reappointed bus-
iness manager at an increase in
salary. Kelley, whose home is in
Sacramento, plans to devote full
time to the Ports.
Charlie Wechsler, Duquesne's
pressing hoop star, who hails from
Brooklyn, was rendered hors-de-
combat in the game with Cin-
cinnati recently, when he tore
ligaments in his right ankle.
Wechler was going along rapidly
and was slated to take over the
first-string center berth for the
Iron Dukes.
I Ed Roman and "Fats" Roth of
.the City College combination,
have had a rather rough time of
it, and are slated to go up to the
Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake,
for a rest between semesters this
week. They will be the guests of
Mac Kinsbruner director of acti-
vities at the Concord, who is a
former All-American basketball
player in his own right.
Itoach Center Students Formulate
Plans For Gala Pnrim Pageant
The Junior Sisterhood of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, in
cooperation with the Student
Council and the Junior Congrega-
tion, is making plans for a Purim
pageant to be held in the center
patio.
Initial plans were formulated
at a joint meeting of the three
groups represented by Harriet
Lipton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Lipton; Stanley Gettis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Gettis,
and Marjorie Friedland, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland.
A tentative date has been set
for March 18. Proceeds of this
function will go towards the
building and maintenance of a
school library.
The pageant will be under the
direction of Mrs. Jeannete Miller,
in charge of dramatics.
I
CM
-
Rabbi Shapiro Will
Address Pioneer Women
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
principal speaker at the dinner to
be given by the Pioneer Women
Club No. Two of Miami Beach on I
Sunday, February 4, at 6 p.m. at
the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington I
Ave., according to Mrs. Lena
Mintzes, president.
Anna Grossberg, Cantor Maur-
ice Mamches and Anyuta Melicov
will appear on the program.
Cost of the dinner will be de-
frayed by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Marcus, and all proceeds will go
to the children's home in Israel
which is maintained by the Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women of Greater
Miami. Mrs. Marcus is Moatzat
Hapoalot chairman of the club.
WHY
YOUR BEST BUY
| Block from Timei Square .. Walking
diitonc* to vtrything worthwhile.
HOTEL
LINCOLN
44th-o 45th SIS.at 8th AV.
NEW YORK

1400 Rooms, each with
Tub ond Shower, from
$300

B
Listen to
WFEC
Every Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
U1U1 1 ID |ji 1 ''.
ire the newly installed officers ar?d trustees of Kneseth Israel Congregation. Seated
lax Lippman. third vice president: Saul Meringoff, first vice president; Rabbi Isaac H.
Morris Bros.
Pictured a:
1. to r.) are Max
Ever, spiritual leader and installing officer; Henry Morris, president; Samuel Sherman, former vice
president; (second row) Isaac Sobel, secretary; Solomon Steiner. financial secretary; Wolf Sirot, honor-
fry life president and treasurer; Abraham Werman, honorary president; Edward Matthew, honorary
president; Gerald Katz, parliamentarian; (third row) Philip Heller. Morris Linkimer, Max Goldman.
Harry Kregstein. Samuel C. Goldberg. Harry Kaplan. Louis Lazer, trustees; (fourth row) Louis Dublin.
Joel Wortman. Morris Sevin. Abraham Mitchell, Isidore Hyman and Edward Horwitz, trustees. Max
Bchlar.qet, second vies president, and Israel B. Eisenstein, trustee, were not present when the picture
'as teken.
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Consultant
203 First Federal Bldg.
PHONE 3-7796
^ 's the Dl iTf
S. J. Freed man
HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington At*.
Miami Beach
Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
Hebrew Religious Supplies
For Synagogue* and Private
Use. Also for Hebrew Schools.
CnBD "DID
Telephone 5-9017
ON
Tune in
"JEWISH FORUM
THE AIR"
Station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
PALMER'S MIAMI
Miami's One
And Only
JEWISH
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
Large Stock
On Hand Fop
Immediate
Deliveryl
MONUMENT CO.
Serving the Jewish
Community Since 1926
Exclusive Dealers
ROCK of AGES
MEMORIALS
3277-79 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 4-5922
Its a Happy Habit
io call -for the case-
then you won't run short when
guests drop in unexpectedly
BODY
and FLAVOR
in
evet
BADLANT
y 9hs$t
Simon SeUlen #
Cultural Program under direction
of Dr. Isadore H. Shoulson
Sermonettes
A Digest o the Anglo Jewish
Press
A Roving Reporter's Report of
Local Events
A Yiddish Review of latest Films
The best in recorded Jewish
Music
BALLANTINE
ALEBEER

P. Ballantinc & Sons. Newark. N. J!,
Distributed by
STATE BEVERAGES, INC.
SAM BLANK, PRES.


+JeistFlvridiari
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1951
PAGE 10 B
ZOA To Sponsor
Essay Contest
Two thousand d
- will bo awarded bj
Zionist 0 '
taninl

y it was anr
.
tor of the G
ion.
..Th( ntest will
Itaneoi si;
I, and duplicati
the pi
Zs' \ l< nt.
-What Can Israel Offer An
can JewryWhat Can Ami
,1 iv Offer Israel?" is th
chosen to -" the cul-
tural ties between the two coun-
tries. Essavs must be 500 words
less and may be written in
English. Hebrew or Jewish. Clos-
ing date is May 11, 1
'Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright. 1948. Jewish KUgnphk
Agency, Inc.)
'nnrK n of the canclidate on lhe
ays safaa 1 k; s&sg* as*a
'live Jewish influence in a differ-
ent field ... We find chapters on
Jews in modern science, in mod-
ern medicine, in music, in paint-
ing, in the dance, in journalism,
in literature, in films, in law .
' We also find chapters on Jews
as soldiers and military advisers.
Jews as explorers. Jews in public
office. Jews as philosophers, so-
ciologists and political scientists
Not to speak of chapters deal-
ing with the Hebraic foundations
of American democracy, or with
and Israel.
Copies of rules and any furher "'*{
information may be obtained b>
contacting Pazol or Mrs. _Dons ^ *asJn*pl
, the impact of Jewish social serv-
ice upon western civilization ,
Dagobert D. Runes, the editor of
the volume, is not afraid of a
possible argument that the book
is a volume of propaganda ,
In fact, he admits that it has
propagandists aspects How-
ever, he is certain that the book
will show to those who wish to
learn that the Jew is a diligent
farmer, an heroic soldier, a loyal
1 servant of his people, and an
1 ardent scholar.
ting -------
A. Pardo at the Miami Beach
Zionist District Office. Room 206.
troit who
the Peter
Bergson group
Shan't Chapter
To Mark Miwic*
Month Tuesday
Jewish Music Month will be
ved by Sharet Chapter. B'nai
B'nth Young Women, when they
meet on Tuesday. February 6, at
8:15 p.m. at the home of Miss
Lorraine Kahlenberg. 826 Jeffer-
Ave Miami Beach.
Cantor Joseph Malek. of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
trace the background of Jewish
lure and believe that validity of a civil divorce .
red bv people in De- Members of about fifty percent
were associated with of the Reform congregations now
use a "mohel for the rite of cir-
cumcision, while previously prac-
tically all of them used a surgeon
eadership wants is a bi-pa. san About ninety percent of^ the
bill to Congress to provide eco- members conduct Bar Mitzvah
Some aid ?o Israel, and not an services for their girls ... In about
rncTdemal bill bv a single Con- ; one-third of the Reform temples
Sessman Such a bi-partisan the organist is Jewish and in
bill may be introduced in the' seven y percent 0 the temples
House of Representatives some- the choir is all Jewish The
time in March Meanwhile, increasing acceptance by Reform
Congressmen of both political congregations and their members
Zionist District Office. Room i congressman bTngell Is a Detroit-
235 Lincoln Road, phone 08-4643. ^n whgt American Zionist
of ritual practice and ceremonial
observance is certainly a sign of
our time .

JEWISH CONTRIBUTIONS:
A balance sheet on Jewish con-
tributions to world civilization
including American civilization
lead the group in community I concerning the securing of has now been published in the
singing. "grants-in-aid" from the United 1 form of a 900-page volume by the
A report on the chapter's forth- States for Israel has now been set Philosophical Library '.
s are being canvassed on the
subject And early returns
I indicate that the present mood in
ess is in favor of giving aid
to Atlantic countries, but not to
[Countries in the Middle East ex-
cept Turkey ... A special de-
Music in discussion and song, and | partment to deal with problems
the group in community concerning the securing of
in New York
TRENDS:
volume, which carries the title,
"The Hebrew Impact on Western
Civilization." is a symposium in
coming card party will be given up
by Chairman Adele Klugerman. )
Second in a series of Oneg CO.MMl/.VAL .......~~.
Shabats sponsored bv the chapter Last week we spoke here of which eighteen specialists partici
Will be held on Friday. February the difficulties faced by the Con- pate each telling the story of ci
9. at 8:15 p.m. at the home of servative synagogues in the
United States We now turn
Reform
-METRO-
Smoked Fish Corp,
WHOLESALE ONLY
SALMON WHITE FISH
STURGEON KIPPERS
SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA
New Shipment of Herrings
and
Greek Olives
Trudi Lacti, 574 N.E. 94th St.,
rding to an announcement by
Beverly Koch, president.
Program will include a di
ectioi
Bank
Othei 5 assist
Loi Gilmai nvita-
. Judith
ments: and Pauline G!:.- !
thy Bai Dori .":
lot!
'Happy February" Party
A "Happy Febru
b< given by 1 A
I n Sat-
to the situation in the
temples ... A quiet rev./. I
according
y 255
. Thi
tioi
r 1
and observai
' l
tren : -
-
, A

t a "Cl
1
. Only
See or Phone Me
NAT GANS
3-4616 4-9981
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life Ins Co.
90"" Bi*cayne Bldg.
19 W. Flagler St.
Dial 58-5300
MIAMI BEACH
18 OCEAN DRIVE
Zioni: t District (M :.>- .
...
nt I '
^4b. S.V, 22n I ... .
p.. to the Jewish I
ti n,i'. Fun I, ling to Donlnon-J n .
Schrager, pr<
I---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
When Your Tablets
Get Down to 4
That's the Time
To Buy Some
Schwarizman To Speak
Louis S
:tor of the Bun J
Education, will be
e late Fi.
of the West Miami Jewish Center.
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz will of:
at the service which commences
at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Arenua
Miami Beach
Phone S-3595
to LOOK YOUNGER and
Tffi FLORIDA SPA LIVE LONGER
BEARHEAD ROAD
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Write for Circular or
Phone Orlando 9523
p-iJW^-W +kv.*~#! r\',r cy.y SSES53S g *Z2
LONDON ARMS
TO3
AIR-COOLED
DINING ROOM
OPEN TO PUBLIC
PHONE 5-1264
WE CATER
Banquets
Weddings
Bar Mitzvahs
727 COLLINS AVE. ?XX
I
U.Wt. ..io.l >M>>il>tii .' M KtEIStflG 0 IMSON M SUSSMAN
WBBBEaBaSBEaSBaamSBa&SSS&SEBEEZ
cot>Rts
Alka-Seltzor
AT All DRUG STORES


^RUARY 2, 1951
+Jm1st> fh)rSdiia PAGE 11 B
LEGAL MtfnCB__
LEGAL NOTICE
-^r UNDER FICTITIOUS
N0TlC name law
IS HEREBY QIVDN thai
desiring i" tniMM In
Hit- fictitious name <-f
m I-!. driving
1 .RIVER CLINIC at
var.l nt 29th Street.
Intend! to restate?
(h the CUrk of the
Florida.
I-SON
3 MA Kit & PMY1.
coin');, w .1. (Bill) Carson
KfflCB
w uodei
MB
ii, ml. AM
mi. norid:
S*rt,f Dane County,
... .1 (Bill) CAW
. i; I
Florida
i: illding.
"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
MT NAME LAW
rnvrlf-E IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
. :,i. desiring to engage In
ll. fictitious name of
OMI'ANY (not in.-.) at
H tin Suite in kor.
ding. Miami Beach,
,.i. Intend lo register said name
Jthe Clerk of 'I"- Circuit Court of
.[,. ronni Hot Ida.
,,,. in SHAPIRO, Trustee
I> Wli' a M VGD< >L, Truatee
hosslYN HRt iWN, Trustee
\ vtII \N ;i;i:i:n\\ Al.l >
SH>NI SPBCTOR, Trustee
MAN
l-ANY (Not Inc.)
Lincoln lload
, Fli irldn
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SnTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I, dei Iring to engage In
I. i the fictitious name of
\ ii: r.KNTKI. o Palms
Ixle Highway, South
III y, Plot iila, intend
e with the < 'lerk
! bade County,
I. B. PREEDMAN
RASKIN
AM) ri:::i:i'.M.\N
ICLAl RASKIN
& tiK.NET
i Mies



NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
11 BY GIVEN that
Ing to en-
i hi flctlt loua name of
:.\i:i[.M, XT Cl iMPANY
\ W. "lit Street.
i. Intend oo peg-
h the ci.-rk of the
f l>ade c.,iintv, 1-lorida.
SIDNEY ORUBER
LOUIS SPECTOR
J. TALIANOPF
leant
Lincoln Road
h, Florida
....N0T,CE TO CREDITORS
IN Til'-- t'ol'vcy ill..!.". .-,
IN AND FOR DADK
IN
i -i
COUNTY,
I 1^' >Brt I I., .No.
I- lA >., i .v
25435.
In He: ESTATE OP
BAMUEL Wlil.K,
l it ceased.
To All Creditors ana All Person! Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Eatati :
You, and eaoh of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of yon, may have ogalnst the
slate of SAMIKI. WOLF, deceased
late ,,r Dade County, Florida, lo the
lion W V. Illanton, County .Indite of
kide County, and file the same in Ins
iffiee in the County Courthouse In
Hade County, Florida, within eight
Calendar months from the date of the
first iiuhllcntlon hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
f the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. Bee Bection 120 of the
It!) Probate Act.
Pale January 26, A.D. 1951.
ESTHER Wolf
As Executrix 'if the i.asi will and
Testament <>r BAMUEL WOLF,
l teceased.
I'AI.I.ov. SILVER, TATHAM,
ABDO .>. MFLl.ov
Attorn.', s for Executrix
2/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
....... NAME LAW
"Ol lc E is HEREBY OIVBN that
he un.iersi,.,,.,,. desiring to engageta
"ndei hi fli tltloua name of
SMni,,,.,, Merchandise at US 28th
Bjreet, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
o register said name with the Clerk
Florida "" '"""" "' ''"'" {'""'">'
DAVID ISRAEL
IRVINfl WISCH
1/U-J6 2/25EORGB KAT8S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t., engage in
business under the fictitious name t>(
lw4YiTA,R. AI'A|lHIV ''"it LITTLE
POLKS at BoM nay Harbor Terrace.
.Miami Beach, Florida, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk* Of the
circuit Court of Hade County, Florida.
BARBARA MAYFAIR
(sole owner)
GEORGE .7 TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
I 26 2-9-U
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JCDOE'B corrtT
IN AND Foil DADE cot 'NT Y.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
23 313.-
In R< ESTATE OF
MORTON s\.M PAGAN,
I leceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing 'lalms or I 'emands Agali
i: tate:
You, and i ai li of you, are h.-ioLy
notified and required to present any
and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MORTON SAM FAGAN,
i. late of Dade c.ainiv. Florida,
io the Hon. W. P, BLANTt >N, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same in his office in the County Court-
In i' ide 'ount y, Plorlda, within
eight calendar months from the date
first publication hereof. Said
laiins or demands to contain lb>
iddn 1 of the claimant and to he
worn to and presented as aforesaid,
me will l"' barred. Bee Bection
li i of the 1983 Probate Act.
Date January 16, A.D. 1951.
EVELYN s HERSHBEIN,
A* Administratrix of the Estate of
MORTON SAM PAGAN, Deceased.
MYERS, IIF.IMAN a KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
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
ion' Bai a) 93 N.W. Is) Street,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Plorlda.
CIVIC BAR INC.
A Plorlda Corp. owner
MYERS, HEIM W ,v R WLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
650 Seybold Bldg.
l 12-19-26 2 :'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S coURT
IN- AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
Florida. IN PROBATE, No.
25279.
In Re: FSTATF. OF AF.RAHAM N.
GOODMAN, also known as ABRA-
HAM GOODMAN, ABB GOODMAN,
and A. n. GOODMAN, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
You, and each of you, are hereby
noiified arid 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 Beach,
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. Illanton, County Judge of pade
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 de-
mands to contals the legal address of
the claimant and to lie sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. Bee Bection 120 of the 1933
ITohato Act.
Pate January 11th, A.D. 1951.
LILLIAN GOODMAN,
As Administratrix of the Estate Of
ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN, also
known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN,
ABE GOODMAN, and A. N. GOOD-
MAN, 1 leceased.
IRVING CYPEN,
(20 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
1/19-26 2/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S <'oURT
IN AND FOR PA Hi: ooFNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25289.
In Re: estate of
FI/iRA L. BROWN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay.
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are herehy
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
cither of you, may have against the
estate of Flora L. Brown, deceased,
late of Miami, Pade County, Florida,
to the lion. \V. F. Illanton, County
Judge of Pade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse In Pade County, Florida,
Within eight calendar months from the
dale 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. 1911. .
HELEN L. BROWN,
As Executrix of the East Will and
Testament of Flora L. Brown,
I tei eased.
MYERS. IIE1MAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executrix
1/12-19-26 2 I
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
itlce Is hereb] given that the
\i-ting between the
\ J( iSFi'H FALLEN and
IRMA.N ROSENHAJN, carrying on
n si RE-NU-IT Co
|l'i"" IN W 3th Street.
lc County, Miami. Florida, was on
26th Daj of January, 1951, dis-
ed by mutual consent, and the
ness In the future will be carried
ij RE M IT Co, of Florida, Inc.,
"'in pnj nd discharge all debts
liabilities and receive all monies
!' linn.
JOSEPH PAULEN
NORMAN RO8ENHAIN
lilliER LIFTER, Attys.
n i: id
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LlA'lATll JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I\ FLORIDA, IN ANP FOR DAPE
J.NTY. [N CHANCERY, No,
Ml
KLOPPER, Plaintiff, vs. CARL
|U)PPER, Defendant.
, SPIT FOR DIVORCE
1 ARI. KIXJPPER
I 1 irange strc .-t
Sea Jersey
JW 'ALL KLOPPER, are hereby
' I Bill of Complaint for
been filed against you,
required to serve a copy
or Pleading to the
"' tomplalnt on the plaintiff's
Praey, I'.l.X ESSEN, ESQ., 823
pld Bldp Miami, Florida and
1 original Answer or Pleading
" office of the Clerk of the Circuit
i" ''ii or before the 24 day of
1951. If you fall to do so,
fm-nt by default will be taken
J for the relief demanded
I I Complaint
us notice shall be published once
_iek for four consecutive weeks
[he Jewish Florldlan.
fJWB AND ORDERED at Miami,
ri'i... this 21 day of January, A.D.
I E B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
P irt, Pad,- County, Florida.
f irt Seal)
By M. C. FEICE.
ESSEN f.sq DPU,y Clerk'
I Llilg."
" Florida
1 ; I'iaintlff
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE CuFNTY JUDGES c. .URT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
2:.3i
In Re: ESTATE OP
LEAH Fl-oRENCE NELKEN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
ing i'lalms or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims nnd demands which you. or
el her of vou. may have against the
estate of l.'HAII FLORENCE NELKEN
deceased, late of Dad.- Countr. Flor-
ida, to the Hon. W. P. Illanton.
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. Raid claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
ae aforesaid, or aante win tie barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
' Date January 26, A.D. 1W1._____
CORINNE KARTORII S
As Executrix of he Last Will and
Testament of LEAH PLORBNCB
NELKEN, Deceased.
DP, Cos IAS. MAER & FLOYD
fitHt-S Biscayne Building
Miami 12, Fl.'i.
Attorneys for Executrix
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, [age in
under t he fi, ill lous name of
RAYEMOOR at 218 N.E. 22nd Street,
Miami, Florida, Intendav to register
said name with the i lerkrT/f the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
I: A YI: TEITELBAUM
Sole owner
EI.RY STONE
\ for Raye Teitelbaum
lain Congress Building
Miami, Fla.
1/12-19-28 2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
1\ CHANCERY. No 137700.
JOSEPH OSHEROFF and ANNA
OSHEKoFF. bis wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
SAM LEVIN and AI'DREY L. .
LEVIN, also known as AUDREY |?lJ.5ey,S.1?-.lu,ldlllf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDUE'S C( lURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
Florida. IN PROBATE. No
253R0.
In It.: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM IRA BERRY,
I >ecea sed.
To All i 'i editors and All Pel Hs
inu Claims or Demands Against Haid
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which s I,
either nay have again*! the
e-iate of .WILLIAM IRA BERRY, de-
ci iseii, late of l >ade Ci inty, I lorida,
to the Hon. W. P. BLANTi iN, Count
Judge of Dad.- ('ount>. and file the
s-'ime in his office in the Count! '
bouse iii Dad, County, Plorlda, 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
worn to and presented as aforesaid,
(.: same will he barred.
I 'ate January 22, A.D. 1951.
JOSEPH PARDO,
As Administrator of the Estate Of
WILLIAM IRA BERRY, Dei eased.
J. F. GORDON
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Pi IR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHAN' 'ELY. No. 137698,
FLORENCE SCHWEITZER, Plaintiff,
vs. HAROLD SCHWEITZER, De-
fend.mi.
TO: IIARoi.D SCHWEITZER
2311 7 Street
Tuscaloosa, Alaban a
Y' >F ARE REQUIRED I i rve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the pl Attorneys
and file the original answer In th"
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
cant on or I I'tli day of
February, 1951, in the above entitled
' nei a :- a i......
Fro Confesso 111 1 I against
V '
I 'ATED: this 5th day i i Janu
1951.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the I 'It ult t !ourb
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
I lep iiy Cleric
DE COSTA8, MAER s' PLOYD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
IViT -x Biscayne Building
Miami 22, Plorlda
Bj : WALLACE N. MAER
I if Counsel
1/12-19-26 2 9
LEVIN, his wife, Defendants.
To: SAM LEVIN and
AUDREY L. LEVIN,
776 HARVARD
UNIVERSITY CITY, MISSOURI.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
Braving for Declaratory Decree and
Other Relief, on Plaintiffs' Attorney
and to file the original Answer in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12 day of
February. A.D. 1931; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint heretofore filed
herein will be taken as confessed by
you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this o
day of January, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,-,,,,, NAME LAW
,. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
L pied
Jeslring to engage In
"under the fictitious name of
m v,vMs PRINTING
Miami
720
Beach,
name
& PER-
Washington
Florida, In-
IV U't r.e1?l*t2r sni(1 name with the
E,y'ji" Circuit Court of Dade
|tM:Y'uV,i!uTE ABRAMSON
fr Applicant
!',"in Road
Plorlda
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Warren Supply at .1711 N.W. 50th
Street, intend to register said name
wlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. .
EUC.ENE R. KATZ
JAMES RRESLAW
ESTELLE li. BRESLAW
2/2-9-16-23 ^^^^_
ORDER OF PUBLICATION___
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ei'eVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY.
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
138104.
ALICE SMITH, Plaintiff, vs.
CHARLES SMITH. Defendant.
TO: CHARLES SMITH
17 Pundas Street
Edinburgh 3, Scotland
TOU are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
a copy of which is enclosed herewith.
and file the
co|
on Plaintiffs attorney, __.
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County.
Florida on or before the 21st day of
February. 1951, otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill will be taken as
'""'ai^M^mrpiorlda. this 22nd day
of January. 1,951. KATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court SJal)
By WM. W.
SAMUEL J. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olvmpia Building
Miami 32, Florida
1/26 2/2-9-P1
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
st^*QE>^ PERSONAL 1
W"M if 11 V I T 1 i'M COMMERCIAL f
rfJsWVlsjaUs^^B^^H COVERAGE! I
SSSS^Si PHONE 9-3836 I
^^fflS^7 N. C 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. f\-* J
Dade County,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs' Solicitor:
NORMAN K. LYoNS,
!H4 Olvmpia Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
1/12-19-26 2/2
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
PALMS MOTEL at 6600 S. Dixie
Highway, South Miami, Pade County,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County. Florida.
SAMUEL B. FREEDMAN
STANLEY RASKIN
AMY FREEDMAN
EI-AYNK RASKIN
GENET & GENET
Attorneys for all parties
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
FAIRLAWN AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY
at No. 422 Southwest 22nd Avenue, in
the City of Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _
MILTON FREIWALD,
Sole Owner
MURRAY GOODMAN,
Attorney at law
914 Olympia Building
Miami. Florida.
1/12-19-26 2/2 ______
u.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .1UP1CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOB HADE
1'tH'XTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
ROSLYN TAUB. Plaintiff, vs. MAX
TAUB, Defendant.
TO: MAX TAUB.
c/o St. Francis Hotel,
47th Street & Broadway.
New York city. New York.
Ion are required to serve copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the II day of
February, A.D. 1951: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will be taken as
ed by you........
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
16 day of January, 1961.
I-:, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
1 i.ule County. Florida.
"'""i, ,'","', Bv:"m. C. FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1/19-26 2/2-9
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Administrator
1/26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAPE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. NO.
137949.
MARIA J. .1 LANDRY. Plaintiff, vs.
ROGER LANDRY, Defendant.
TO ROGER LANDRY, DEFENDANT:
You are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint ii|h,ii the plaintiff's attorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERG. 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Plorlda, and file
tho original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
February 16, 1(51; otherwise, said Bill
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
The 20th Street Self Service Laundry
nnd iny Cleaning Agency at 508 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 BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
137834.
BERNARD FELDMAN. Plaintiff, vs.
ELSIE FELDMAN. Defendant.
You. ELSIE FELDMAN, 2101 7:.th
Street, 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 tho Clerk of
this Court on or before February 10,
1951. otherwise-a Decree Pro ConfessO
will be entered against you.
Dated January 11. 1951.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
iiiFNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
JOSEPHINE C.RSKOVICH, Plaintiff,
vs. JOSEPH GRSKOV1CH, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH C.RSKOVICH
42S West 43rd Street
New York City, N V
You, JOSEPH C.RSKOVICH, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Ben Essen, "823
Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer >r Pleading
In tho office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 12 day of Feb.,
1051. If you fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan.
Pom: AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this n day of Jan a.d 1M1.
E. B, LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
PEN ESSEN
gtl Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/19-26 2/2-9
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
Frailer'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 TRABOLD
FRIEDA TRABOLD
Owners
EDWARD II. LEVIN
Attorney for Applicants
1717 Congress Bldg.
1/12-19.M I J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No.
137732.
ANITA R ROSENBERG, Plaintiff, vs.
LEON ROSENBERG, Defendant.
TO LEON ROSENBERG,
DEFENDANT:
You are required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Bill of Complaint
upon plaintiff's attorney, MORTON
ROTHENBERG, 420 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.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court;
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
1/12-19-26 2/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI-ORIPA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
137*12.
Mil HAUL ANGELICO. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY ANGELICO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY ANGELICO
c'o MARY VBEDELAHAD
423 Baal 116th Street i
New York City. New York
You MARY ANGELICO. are herehy
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against yon.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to' the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., B2S
Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court on or before the 12 day
of Feb., 1931. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11 day of Jan., AD 1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida,
(Circailt Court Seal)
T By WM W
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
823 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
I Attorney for Plaintiff
11/19-26 2/2-9
ST. n'KING.
Deputy Clerk.


; y.v**. i f.^.
tmm
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, \%\
former Address Will Mark Tenth
\miiversarv Of AIM. Office Here
.AllII I* J V ^ the poiiCe training programs m |
Miami Beach Lodge of 1B M .n the po ^^ ^
B'rith. in ^operation uith all SreTare now being adopted in
B'nai B'rith groups in South wres are
Florida, is sponsoring anaddress othe^ cities* o ADL
by Arnold Forstei. national ac, a Afl building dem -
rights Erector -yu--e^=^ ~~- Flonda during ,he
League, and authoi of A Measuie t been ,he
wmsm ==...........
t will mark the tenth ann
of the Flonda Regional _Flor ^
versary
the 10
co-
otion
nai B'rith leaders.
committeemen.
Ida'regional board members.
leaders through
of Nazi propaganda and 0*an-1 dedicated tn"^.^g and
our country
cu,*?u% t w,l advancement of democratic un-
our community/ GdtotJ. ^1 StandTng Balkin said,
kin. regional director said. Fr ^ dedi d
or.rr>o wars an active aul. u> "*~ ._ o\.;.v,
jzations in
our community.
kin. regional director^.^^.X^gZ-ilh the dedicated co-
some years an active aul. ia> s ',, r rith and
committee of Sholem Lodge. B-nai operation o MB*> Bnth i_
B'rith. carried on a vigorous fact- community ieau k f
finding and counteractive pre' ffl^
gram in the community. Growth *^}**have served Florida
of the loca program necessitated directors,h* jncluding
professionally directed ADL guid- gJ7 a0Sxerman. Alexander
?K^ oSE AD?o&w*i S S and George J. Tal.anoff."
that the Florida
established."
According to Balkin. ADL's ac-
complishments during the past
decade in rooting out bigotry and
advancing democratic relations in
Greater Miami and Florida in-
clude:
(1) A multi-year battle to elim-
he added.
Kovner Award
.1 ndVies Listed
NEW YORKJudges for the
Harry Kovner Poetry Awards
competition have been named by
inate social discrimination culmi- the Jewish Book Council of Amer-
nated in the now historic Miami ica. Dr. Mortimer J. Cohen, coun-
Beach Anti-D.
_ Ordinance, enacted in June.
] 149
Florida was tl
to enacl
tin iti n I n n;
igh a
cil president, announced. 1 he
competition is held under the
council,
J( wish Welfi re Board (JWB).
will be presented
tedbyth. try of literary men
jev h were pub-
(3) Contii irin8 19o,- ,
KuKluxK in the The judgesall of whom are
bv 14 Fl irida c mi ni- writers and aut
sk ities n Jewish literature-
linance. Fl Lowenthal, Rabbi A. Alan
Steii ach, Rabbi Louis I Ne
wipe out hoodlu: an. Ludwig Lewisohn, Shal
:. Si el. M. Feinstein. Hillel Bavli, i
-.-. i Silberschlag, Dr. Sol Lipt-
Tallahassee, Hialeah, West Palm
Beach. West Miami, Ta
Springs, Atlantic Beach, South
i, C iral Gables. Miami
5, Orlando. Bartow and Mi-
zin. Moshe Starkman, Melech
Ravitch and A. J. Heschell.
The three awards will be for
S100 each and will be presented
to the authors of the best books
I an anti- t ; etry in English. Hebrew and
:: ordinance. lish. The works must have
veteran published in the United
pre
groups, women and nu-
have
been alerti I the menace of,
KKK and I
ties and h B'nai
;. th in coopi fl rts t
such un-American and
un-democr
(4' Establishmi nt t a br -
range educat:.->r.al program
advancing good human relal
which is daily in.; nted by
hundreds of schools, radio sta-
tions, churches, and numerous
organizations throughout the
Leadership has been exerted dur-
ing the past 10 years in m
democracy w the enjoy-
ment of full equality of
tunity by all ] irdless
of creed, col group
distinction.
Pioneering efforts by ADL in
Florida have result
workshops in hun ... relati ns
being held during sun
sions at the major college.
univi
(5) A I. iman
programming in the S
the inauguration by F! >rida ADL
ctures in inl relations
States. Funds for the awards have
p ivided by the family of
the late Harry Kovner. father of
: K vner, Miami Beach at-
.
Hialeah-Spriiigs
Lodge To See Film
The film, "This Is B'nai B'rith,"
ted by Quentin Reynolds.
will be shown at the next meet-
ing of Flamingo Lodge of B'nai
B'rith on Wednesday. February 7.
at 8:15 p.m. at the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center, 901 East
4th Ave., Hialeah.
President Ben Bloom has an-
nounced that plans are being
readied for the ace at the
District Grand I
P : Abe Schewel of Lynch-
burg. Schewel will address the
ting on Februarv
21.
Gord n an 1 Natl
lodge
Anti-Del L gu< com-
" e, will report on
. | ... .
"One H.:,-
Sprii
DOOM
through the use of
NYLON TENTS %
The Cost is reduced more than \ i
5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY
^WOOD^AND SUBTERRANEAN
TERMITES
PHONE
5-3444
SO HOBIOA'S LARGEST
IXTERMINATING COv'
1/WSA REAL FREEZER!
A separate compartment with a separate door. Hofd-wWO pound*
$ttoZL foods. Freezes fresh foods and leftovers/
SlT'S A BIG REFRIGERATOR!
Aseparate compartment with aseparate toor. Never j^jkf6n$
And it's really bi*-15K square feet of shelf area!
/ IT'S GOT alhko MAGNETIC *oo*sr
The new miracle doors that seal magneticaUyl No slamming no*
(latches, no noise! Lower door opens with the touch of a foot pedals
Model NHX-10
/AND IT'S
GENERAL ELECTRIC!
Yeathe famous G-E sealed-in refrigerating sys-.
tern assures you of years of dependable service
End lowest operating cost.
Plus the finest, worksaving features: