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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 1351
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ICJA Swings Into Action
In Trade Profession Front
llialeah-Springs
Dedication Kites
Set For Sundav
tial and sp<
he 1951 Combined
completed, the,
swinging into high
trade and professional
week. .
c .. WU1 be a special
I be sponsored by
; professional unit
,: Judge Samuel S.
I Kings County Court,
Februa:v 15. at 6:30 p.m. at the
rh Athletic Club
Born in Roumania, Judge
Lejb.'-.v.. was brought to America
Khis parents in 1897. He grad-
luated f-om Cornell Law School
land was admitted to the New
lYork Bar in 1915. Specializing in
Icriminal law. the young attorney
Isoon acquired a national reputa-
tion. He was elected judge in 1940
|to servo f r a period of 14 years.
Co-guests of honor at the affair
l-will be Judges George E. Holt.
I Joe Morns and Abe Kanner.
Ijudqe Holt will introduce the
distinguished New York jurist.
Chairman of the dinner is
Aaron Kanner. trades unit chair-
man, who will be assisted by the
divisional chairmen.
On Sunday. February 11. at
m. the liquor division will
hold a brunch in the King Arthur
Room of the Saxony Hotel. Jeanne
Daman. Catholic heroine of the
n underground, will be
prii pal speaker. Ben Danbaum.
chairman. Leo Chaikin and Mar-
vin Rauzin, co-chairmen, are in
the affair.
Miss D iman will also address a
lunchei n meeting of the account-
ants livision on Monday, Feb-
at 12:15 p.m. at the
Seas Restaurant. Co-chair-
f the event are Harry
Blumin and David Stuzin.
on Miss Daman's calendar
.ncheon to be given by the
matron's division of the
women's gift unit on Tues i
February 13. at 12 noon at West-
view Country Club. Mrs. F
Gould is chairman of the ev
Her aides include Mrs. Warren
Bernstein. Mrs. Sam Coolick and
Mrs. Maurice Orovitz.
Scheduled to hear the former
Belgian schoolmistress on Wed-
nesday. February 14. at 6:30 p.m.
at the Sovereign Hotel are the
members of the building trades
division. Chairman of the dinner
is Ira C. Walsey. Assisting him
is Dan Ruskin.
Plans are being formulated for
: a junior unit rally to be held on
Sundav. February 18. at 2.30 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. .Big league baseball player.
Al "Flip" Rosen, will be on hand
to greet those who attend.
A committee headed by Mrs
David Pollack is working on de-
tails for the life luncheon of the
women's gift unit. Serving on the
committee are Mrs. Aaron Fair.
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Mrs.
Abe Greenberg, Mrs. Robert
Rodenberg and Mrs. Morris Skop.
event.
Following an address by Miss
Daman at the meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Apartment House As-
sociation at the Central Beach
Elementary School on Monday
night, the apartment house work-
ers in the 1951 CJA campaign met
on Wednesday afternoon at Fed-
eration headquarters to organize
for the drive. This meeting was
addressed by Aaron Kanner.
Meyer Teigman is charman of the
apartment house unit.
Members of the winter residents
unit at a lunch meeting last Mon-
day at Federation headquarters
initiated steps to clean up their
phase of the campaign. This unit
is under the chairmanship of
Jack Ablin.
Dedication cererr. dies for the
-'.' Sprini
oity Cent
plet I a 951 B. 4th Ave H
Id on
Beth Jacob To Honor Rabbi Mescheloff
At Testimonial Banquet Sunday Night
nd of Beth Jacob Congrega- the organization otrheGreaWc
will gather to pay tribute to Miami Jewish Federation the
ir spiritual leader. Rabbi YMH A of Miami Beach.the Mi
es Mescheloff. at a testimonial ami Beach Zionist Distnct and
banquet on Sundav. February 11.'the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca
Bl 7 30 p.m., at David Whitman demy. .__
Hall of the svnagogue. Organizer and first chairman
"The past 13 years have seen of the Greater Miami Zionist
Rabbi Mescheloff in a role of Youth Commission, Raobi aws-
leadership in the growth of the cneloff is at present its treasurer.
Greater Miami Jewish communi- He has been a member of tne ou-
ty, Judge Bernard A. Frank, ami Beach Boy Scout Council and
! has also frequently appeared on
the radio round table of the Con-
ference of Christians and Jews. He
is honorary president ofthe
Greater Miami Mizrachi Organ-
ization, which he helped estab-
lish.
A former vice president of the
Rabbinical Council of America
he now serves on its executive
board, and is a regular contribu-
tor to its yearly manual of ser-
mons. His article on "Procedure
in Obtaining a Religious Jew sh
Divorce" forms a chapter in the
legal volume on "Florida Law of
the Family. Marriage and Di-
vorce" published in 1950 by
James M. Carson.
Rabbi Mescheloff has Published
one text book on the subject
"Jewish Observance and ure
monies" and is now writing a
dissertation on legal and social
asnects of Judaism, as a part of
JEKhmth. tht rabbi Ii.s rved
S*M MM HllW (Continued on Pas. U A)
i u n d a v Feb-
uary :;.
.- a been
mnounced b y
Mrs. Irene Beck-
er, chairman of
he arrange-
ments. and he:
o-chairman. Dr
N'athan Fried-
k-w w nan.
(^ rA Principal
.jMi B| peakers will be
- Stanley C Myers.
Gelran former president
of the Council of
Jewish Federation and Welfare
Funds, and Dr. Wm. Wexler of
Atlanta. Ga.. recently elected
president of the Southeastern Re-
gion of the Jewish Welfare Board.
The invocation will be given by-
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. the bene-
diction by Rabbi Philip Fried.
Invited to attend the ceremonies
are Mayor 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, president of
the Jewish Centers Association:
Gus Jacobson, executive director
of JCA; Louis Schwartzman, ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education: Judge Sam
Silver president of B'nai B'rith
Council. The Adult Choral Group
will give several musical selec-
tions and the Hebrew school chil-
dren will also participate in the
event.
The new edifice, completed on
January 1 of this year, was con-
structed by Leo Gelvan.
Officers of the group include
Philip P. Lvons. president: Na-
than Becker, vice president:
Harold Lebow. second vice presi-
dent; John Strunin, treasurer:
Mrs. Jane Robinson, recording
'secretary. Mrs. Leon Silverman.
I corresponding secretary: Dr. Na-
than Friedman, financial secre-
tary.
Assisting with arrangements are
Mrs. Ada Roseman and Mrs. Rose
Briggs.
Three Jews Named To
Art, Letters Institute
NEW YORK. JTA Ita
Jews were named among
writ lists
p in

Li tl T nst tut er-
bersj "" -" -- -"
rapher: Lionel Trillu
tic and teacher, and Peter
Blume. Russian-born pair.:
Membership in the Institute is
awarded because the works of the
creative artists are judged 1-
to achieve a permanent place in
American culture.
Britain's Policy
On War Crimes
Is Attacked
LONDON. (JTA)The British
government was called on Sun-
day to disassociate itself from
the statement by its High Com-
missioner in Germany, Jyone
Kirkpatrick. announcing willing-
ness to reconsider all war crimes
cases "in view of the changed
circumstances" following the
elemenev extended by American
authorities to convicted war
criminals.
Rowland Landman. chairman of
the Foreign Affairs Committee of
the Anglo-Jewish Association.
told its council in view of the
repeated disclaimers by the pres-
ent rulers of Germany of respon-
sibility for the Hitler crimes,
"whatever we may think about
the question of (German* col-
lective guilt, we must grow very
suspicious if new attempts are
being made to whitewash, not
the German people as such, but
the very people who committed
these unspeakable atrocities. By
clamoring for amnesty and the
commutation of sentences against
individual war criminals, the Ger-
mans show a solidarity with these
criminals which bodes ill for the
future." he declared.
Israel Stands By
I.S. On Chinese
Aggression
lake sue nss n v n
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nent r Le in
K
lasl t in tli
.
-
| however
v og n th I aph "
tot tu
A delef ". *av*
the following exp
: Israel in the
I Committ
Assembly _..
One* th t question t CB nese
aggression in Korea had been
raised, it was necessary to taste a
stand. With Israel, there
a q.- ,- self-mterest. It r.i.i
been the victim >l -U-
and it had been told frequently
that it might become a "
a It would be ib
for Israel not 1
where the facts were --.ear.
Israel was specially concernea
with the question wh< in-
troduction of volunteers, as the
Chinese called their forces in
China, since Arab aggression
against Israel had started with
the tion : i -called vol-
unteers. Israel therefore ."-id V
take a stand n that subject.
Religious Bloc Leaders
Fight Education Policy
TEL AVIV. .JTA* Leade I
the Religious Bloc this W
adopted a resolution stressing that
all the Orthodox parties in Is-
rael will earr> on a fight against
the government's edu pol-
icy Thev rejected a plan offered
bv the Israel government wl
-eeommended thai religious edu-
cation be given to all Yen
Idren in the camps wit
having to register tot
Religi us 'or "."
in -. h iwever, will be given i
it the) for it _____
18 Years Of Service Recognized By
Beth David In Tribute To Rabbi Shapiro
Knesset Okays
Foreign Policy
JERUSALEM. (JTA) The
Knesset. Israel's Parliament, this
week gave the government a vote
I of confidence on foreign policy,
including its acceptance of Point
Four aid from the United States
and its stand on the Korean ens-
The Knesset, by this vote, re-
jected a Mapam attempt to keep
Israel from voting on the Korean
resolution by calling for a na-
tional foreign policy referendum.
In winding up the protracted
debate on foreign policy. Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett disclosed
that "certain powers" had asked
Israel to take the initiative in an
attempt to mediate a Far Eastern
settlement.
The foreign minister also told
the Knesset that Israel was not
safe from attack, invasion and oc-
cupation and must, therefore, pre-
pare for every eventuality. It
must obtain food and arms in
"every corner of the world" which
he pointed out. leads to increas
Israel dependence on the world
Turning to the question of peace
with the Arab states. Mi. Sharett
said the Jewish state is ready to
' conclude peace with each of ner
four neighbors on the basis of the
status quo. He warned, however.
that any attempt to change the
status quo would mean war and
that "the results of such a war
would decide future territorial
I arrangements."
Congregation Beth David
honor Rabbi Max Shapiro at a
reception Sunday. February 11
a? 8 p.m. at the Beth David
Synagogue. .
The occasion will mark tne
completion by Rabbi Shapiro of
his eighteenth year of service to
the pioneer congregation of Mi-
ami and the community at large.
Rabbi Shapiro has served the
community, during h.s many
vears. as a member of the facultj
of the university, as a represent-
ative of the Jewish community
over the radio and in round table
discussions with representatives
of other faiths. In 1944 he was
elected the only delegate to the
World Jewish Congress from this
area, as well as the American
Jewish Conference representing
the voice of America in Israel. Ht
was one of the organizers and
past presidents of the Zionist
Organization of America
G-vater Miami and has actively
participated in all major Jewish
community affairs. He served as
Stanley C. Myers, pas: presid
of National Council of Jew
Federations, and founder of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
will be guest speaker.
Commissioner Louie Bandel
will serve as chairman of the
program. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches and Mrs. Irving Hugel will
offer vocal selections Mr and
Mrs Marvin Rickard will Provide
musical background. Ed Pastroff
will be featured as piano solo:-.
Arrangements for the affair are
under the direction of Nate List,
Ed Safer. Mrs. Harry Gordon and
Mrs. Ed Merlin.
president of Jewish \\ chare Bu-
reau and Zionist Council Of
Greater Miami.
The program will include many
dignitaries and outstanding lead-
ers of Greater Miami, including:
Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, president OX
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami: Rev. Glenn James.
minister of the White Temple:
Mayor William Wolfarth, of, Mi-
Buni; Dr. Franklin H. Williams,
vice president of the University
of Miami; Bernard A. Sterling.
president of Beth David Congre-
gation; Rabbi Kalmen Shapiro,
.father of Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Rabbi Max Shapiro


Georgia's Anti-Mask, Anti-Cross Burning
Legislation Climaxes 4-Year Campaign
Atlanta. Gov. Herman Tal- ------------------------
! Rosen Unveiling
. .1 monument
Maurice
rlj I 111
, Coral G les, will take
Su 11. at 2
p.m. at M unt N Ci tneu rj
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Survi\ Mrs
Rosei
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anti-mask, anti-cross burning bill
here, climaxing a four-year cam- The dedicati
paign by Gi ia's leading civic, to the mem ry
church ;md human
groups to unmask the hooded Ku C
Klux Klan.
Georgia, historic site of the
Klan. is the second Southeri
to enact such a law. Alabama
passed an anti-mask bill last
year.
Both laws follow model
on the subject prepai
;ional offici
Anti-1 >el tion L
nection with its cducatioi
p n K'
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Klai

1' rid the G
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purpi titi-
gn.
Hi ibstitul ill w
f its de-
:' I rlorris Ab-
: ADL 1 nsultant in
Atlai v; ,n of
'' l" of
available m 1
'"'-' n- leathers Seminar
' : '' ture voted ac-
tai
bill which Mr. Willson prop
F. Miller, ADL's South
ordinam na,.,_
!" and enJ .reed. Klan activity
Mrs. Grossman Heads
Regional Hadassah
Mrs. Murry Grossman of Miami
was reelected president of the |
Florida Region of Hadassah at a
nal conference in Jackson-1
ville February 3. 4 and 5.
Mrs. Grossman was also ap-1
pointed regional delegate to the j
World Zionist Congress to be held
usalem in July of this
Others named to office were
Mrs. Herman Klausner, Jackson-
ville, Mrs. Albert Morrcll, Or-
1*9.1!
Governor Proclaim* Saturday A*
Tag Way For UTatl Cardiac ll,V
Saturday. February 10, has been
officially proclaimed by the Gov-
bers and girls from varim,
ami and Miami Beach
OIIICUIIIV |jiin.-iimii<-u uv nit uu,- aim anu Miami Bcich
ernor of Florida as tag day for the have been enlisted to bt.ii Scho,
National Children's Cardiac Home, ceeds will be used fr P|
l>.ILl"ii,il v-iiiiuic, ^v-**<.^.......v..
Participating in this event will be
the three local chapters Dade,
Miami and Flamingo.
Donors will be "tagged" with a
red heart to indicate that they
are helping to mend the hearts
of children with rheumatic fever.
Chapter members, sorority niem-
Shinkman Unveiling
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11 tl] Mount
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".:
n front
t 12 A ;
. iry 8.
whili v tioning here.' she
is survivi i I j her pan nts, Mr.
and Mi Ben Shinkn in A
: Pal-
' Monumi C
pany. tives and friendi
asked to be present.
and equipment forThum^?1"
partment, for the CarJ^fi d
tenance of children ns,t|inmai
home, and for the faeffi?*'
out-patient clinic which-"'ft
able to all local chuRp""
ing from rheumatic fever
Headquarters for Dade chant
of which Mrs. Wilham Fa?r(
chairman and Miss RoslynTh,
co-chairman, will be at the k
of Mrs. Morris Obole, 14 A iho'
Ave., Miami Beach ^
Headquarters for the Miami,
naminn chapters will ^
Miami Title & Abstract c'Lti
124 Shoreland Arcade T
Chairman is Mrs. W
Coronation Dance To
Benefit Heart Fund
A "Coronation Dance" will be
sponsored by the Coral Gables
Young Adult Group at the Sea
Gull Hot< I, Miami Beach, on Sun-
day, February 11, at 8:30 p.m.
I! Might of the affair will be and her co-chairman, Mrs dI!
the sell n of a -Queen of Parnes. Chairman of thi Khmi'n
Hearts" from the ladies present, chapter is Mrs. s.
Music will be provided by Rafael ;m<1 her co-chairmen, M
and his Rumbi I Zinner and Mrs. Lillian IJ^ndel
The National Heart Fund and L ThoS(-' wishing t,, ,
other worthwhile charities will,, ,con,ta.ct. u"' !"
benefit from the affair, according w* vicinity. The N malfM
drens Cardiac H
at 4250 W. Plaal
'I'OIlf
Nurse's Aides Called
R< : C sued an

gency call
om J'"; '-: il Hospital
.N':"' been
and hav,
islyinhosj
Set For Tuesday
Fourth session of the seminar
for Jewish Sunday school teach-
ers will deal with "Relating the
I to the Home."
Highlight of the session will be
a symposium, in which partici-
pants will be Mrs Malvina
Leibman, principal of South
h Elementary School; Mrs.
Huth Russ, president of the Tem-
ple Beth Sholom PTA; and Mrs
Sylvia Bernstein, director of the
Beach V Nursery School. The
Speakers will analyze the forces
m th' md school in order
to bring about healthful educa-
tional experiences.
The session will be held at
Mrs. Murry Grossman
lando, Mrs. David Cowen, Tampa.
Miss Lillian Goodman. Miami
i, vice presidents: Mrs. Bar-
ney Weinkle, Miami Beach, treas-
Mrs. Ilymaii KatZ, Jackson-
ville, recording secretary; Mrs.
Leonard Egert, Miami, corres-
ponding secretary.
Members of the board include
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Miami
Beach, Mrs. Carl Bruckenfeld,
W< Palm Beach, Mrs. Michael
Hinden. Sarasota, Mrs. Gustov
Bear, Orlando, Mrs. Sam Si< gel,
Haines City, and Mrs. Sidney
; Gluckman, Daytona Beach.
to Heui :: Nord< nberg, president.
Tickets may be purchased from
any memb r of the group or at
th( Coral Gables Jewish Center. .
A mi i;oi cade down Lin !: R !
and Collins Avenue al 10 p.m.
Saturday will publicize the
B'nai B'rith Young Ladies
A membership social will be
ired by Star Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, on Satur-
day, February 10. at 8 p.m. at the
home of Miss Sheila Wishman,
114 S.VV. 9th St.
President Doris Brown will out-
line the community service pro-
grams for the coming year. The
social program will be under the
direction ol Miss Wishman and
Estelle Nager.
iDca
Board Meeting Slated
A meeting of the board of the
Miami Chapter of the Am.
Jewish Congress is scheduled for
Wednesday, February 14, at 1
!p. m. at the home of Mrs. Cecelia
jKasov, 2256 S. W. 16th Terrace.
; according to Mrs. Ben Hertz, pres-
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piY FEBRUARY 9, 1951,
*JmUh flcrkfton
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
Mer\ emergence of Mrs. Anna Rosenberg
fc.s.u:n, Mobilization Director for U. S. Defense
1 ,.!, Cuinniunity somewhat in a daze.
E" ; thai 8 person qualified to become high
to Gen. George C Marshall has
i.iess knows that Jewish leader-
ears in mediocrities, is in need o(
ability. But that is a separate theme.
I ,1 American Jewry has nol g asped
I nd the organized conspiracy to
, nbei B a Communist. It should c
:,, that there are Gerald L K.
;. I a Ises Who are ready to .-
f. ti i ven before a Si nate Investi-
1 But real surprise bri
nd sparking of an anti-Si
to !>.' the work of Jews, reneg
, all the same. And here is an
I indicates that American Jewrj
I The M*humed has arrived.
I ij.C
t. ,. the Senate Committee discloses
I. Benjamin Friedman was in telephonic
n with the notorious Gerald Smith.
a Jew of Sephardic origin and ex-
I ted with Fulton Lewis. Jr. Money
I ,! by Friedman, a millionaire and eccentric.
| Rosenberg's fair name with a reddish
1 Mi. Friedman, with an unsavory
[ ti-Jewish hostilities, seems to have a
Catholicism. But the Church, for reas-
iii s to accept him. Both renegades
! [lv counting on anti-Semitism to win
j Bui the truth often has a way of back-
. meranging. Both conspirators are left
| limb. The Department of Justice may
I i v charges against them and their
I ii -. That would only be poetic justice.
I Catholic Attitudes.
1 tants the term apostate is merely
Apostates and Renegades
academic. To the majority entrenched in security, it
seems normal for a person to change his religion
if he wishes. Among Catholics, however, the turncoat
is suspect. They have had experience with renegades,
who on leaving the church, spread fantastic lies
about orgies in convents, or munitions hidden in
monasteries. The absurdity of such tales should in-
validate their truth. But no one knows better than
the Jewish minority to what extent people lend a
ready ear to scandals, distortions, or falsehoods con-
ning other or rival religions.
The Meshumed.
Bu1 I postate is a novice compared to
h Meshumed. Th< i \ bus as the Jewish reiy
malice t wards his own sto< k. No lie is too fanti
I too vile for befouling his former brethren.
The word Mv?hiui\r It is the turncoat, traitor, apostate, di I
ir, and l all rolled togl tiler. II-
tiie mosl figure in Jewish hist
// s Emergence.
There might be an explanation, though no justifi-
cation, for his appearance in the cramped ghettos
during those dark eras when bigots were bent on
converting Jews at any cost. He was usually a
frustrated opportunist in conflict with his environ-
ment. Denied his ambitions, he sought honor, fame,
position, or authority in the wider field of Christian
life. There he was welcomed by fanatics who utilized
his peculiar fitness to serve the cause of soul saving.
The apostate, often stung to fury by the contempt
of his brethren, brought into play all the weapons
in the armory of his malignant soul.
The Religious Disputation.
The renegade evidently felt lonesome in his new
locale. Otherwise it is hard to explain his excessive
zeal in proselytizing former friends. During the age
of faith when'religion was the all in all of existence,
the Meshumed engineered public disputations be-
tween Rabbis and Monks. Debates on religion can
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
be perilous even in our own day of tolerance and
free speech. But the Rabbi had to fight with hands
tied. An incautious word, an incisive argument might
have landed them into the Inquisition courts on a
blasphemy charge. The theory behind the public
discussion was that the Rabbi would lose the debate,
see the light, and consequently lead his entire con-
tion to the baptismal front. Yet the Jewish
scholar kept his head and usually worsted his op-
p mi i:'. King Jayme I of Aragon, listening in 126.! i
the di .:i Barcel >na between the apostate Pable
Christiani and Moses Nachmanides, declared he had
a l).id ably argued as by the
[n spite ol oval i nt, the
Talmudist and mystic found it expedient to leave
;' ir !
Diverse Schemes i" Persecution.
The Afeshui i :i torment
his nists. S mi dd,
nied by armed guards, entei a Syn gogue on
Yom Kippur. open the Ark. plant a crucifix amoi
the Torahs, and harangue the congregants. Oth>
with pyrotechnic impulses, would obtain an ord >r
from the Emperor to collect Hebrew books and cast
them into bonfires.
Those who sought the flow of blood would swear
on the Gospel that with their own eyes they saw
Jews draw the blood of Christian children to be
used in the Matzoths for Passover. The more schol-
arly wrote tracts to prove that the Talmud and the
Prayer Book were full of blasphemies and insults
against Christianity. The worst renegades were in
Spain. As spies, informers, or stool pigeons, they
acquainted the Inquisitors with the habits and secrets
of their own people; they often betrayed their kith
and kin into the torture chambers and the Auto-
da-Fes.
So nothing changes essentially. Even the obsolete
Meshumed has returned. No longer lured by reli-
gious prizes, he nevertheless finds other outlets for
injecting his serpentine venom.
leach (enter Unit To
leai Rabbi Kronish
I. n Kronish will speak
m Have A Mean-
Critical Days?" in
ii s of 12 forum
| The Art of Jew-
which is offered as
Miami Beach Jewish
1 lit Education Institute
i ... F< bruary 14, at
:
rl lures which are open
follow the adult
A i s held every
|> > venlng at 7:30 p.m.
i classes offered are
i inti rmediate and ad-
I a. history courses
I n the development
:
| .1 ieclures are held
ius school building
Beach Jewish Cen-
on James Ave.
Masada Social |
Masada-Miami Beach Young!
Zionist District will hold a social j
for paid-up members at the Town
and Beach Club on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 11, at 8:30 p.m.
Mrs. Ted Nelson and Joseph
Pardo will entertain and a buffet
dinner and dancing will round out
the evening.
The group will conduct an Oneg
Shabbat on Friday, February !).
at the Town and Beach Club fol-
lowing the Temple Isaiah seiv-
ices.
Chorus Sponsors
"Studio >I" Flay
A performance of the "Stud: >
M production of Sidney Howard's
The Silver Cord" will be pre-
sented on Sunday. February 11.
at 8:30 p.m. at the Jewish Cultural
Center, 429 Lenox Ave.. Miami
Beach, under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
I Chorus.
Members of the cast are Faith
I Ada ii Christopher, R bert
Isackcr, Nancy Meltzer, Cat..y
Alch and Ann Teller. Ge
Keathly is director.
Checking tickets now available for the Mount Sinai Hospital
Jubilee to be held February 22 at M.am. Beach Municipal Audi-
torium are these Miami Beach hotel men Pictured are (LtOCJ
CharlTs Goldberg. Dr. David Andron. N. Doug Raff, co-chairman.
Nathan Ratner. and J. J. Shepard._______________.-------------------------
P<>lli II Will
onor Palmer
eing made by Con-
h El for a testimonial
held in honor of
Palmer, president of
ue, on Sunday. March
a August Memorial
Pepper has been ap-
ian of the dinner
:ving with him are
ielman, Al Berkowitz,
cowitz, Sam Futerfas,
Ginsburg, Nathan Gins-
Goldberg, Lewis
!-' >n Kaplan, Meyer Keil-
rlarry Pearl, Abe Pepper,
; Sol Potash. May Rappa-
Hyland Rifas, Isidore
.'hwartz, Fred Shochet, Max R.
i Singer. John Temple,
w"einer, Sam Wilchyk, Joel
'' Zisman, Mrs. Sam Gelt-
[': Murray Grauer, Mrs.
1 ": ; paport, Mrs. Alexander
Jack Shapiro, Mrs.
Swimmer, and Mrs. Al
Scout Council Honors Zeientz
Myron S. Zeientz has been
awarded the Silver Beaver by the
National Council of Boy Scouts
of America for "distinguished
service to boyhood" in this area.
Zeientz, Dade district chairman
of the council and a vice presi-
dent of the executive board.
started as a scout in Troop 6 and
subsequently served as a scouter.
commissioner, executive board
member and district chairman. He-
is resident manager of Bache &
Co., brokerage firm, and is a
trustee of Temple Israel and a
member of B'nai B'rith.
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*Jenistfhridian
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY,
EDITORIAL
A ttnvv Atjainsi Time
American Jewish leaders are today rallying
behind the United Jewish Appeal in greater num-
bers than ever before. This is shewn in the
announcement last week by Edward M. M. War-
burg, general chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, that a total of 35 outstanding communal
figures have accepted membership in the UJA's
National Campaign Cabinet. The Cabinet, which
last year numbered 18, will share with the national
officers of the UJA top level responsibility for the
planning and direction of this year's campaign.
The fact that the UJA's Campaign Cabinet today
includes virtually twice the number of men it had
last year is a sure siqn that American Jewry is
coming to recognize the double urgency of the
1951 campaign.
In addition to meeting the special needs of
Israel's immigrants; in addition to providing for
the transfer to Israel of homeless Jews from lands
of distress; in addition to the needs which must
be met in Europe and North Africa in terms of
food, clothing, medicine and rehabilitation care
for the poor, the sick and the disabled; in addition
to making possible the entry to this country of
displaced Jews from Germany, Austria and Italy
the United Jewish Appeal this year must cope
with a new and special, a totally different, ele-
ment that distinguishes this campaign from all
others.
This year, the United Jewish Appeal must meet
the needs of the Jewish people in Israel and other
parts of the world against a background of deep-
ening international tension, of deadliness that
may fall not only upon Jews seeking to leave
Eastern Europe and the Moslem lands but on the
very aid wheih these Jews depend on.
Mr. Warburg, in announcing formation of the
National Campaign Cabinet, summed it up in
these words. "The United Jewish Appeal," he
said, "is in a race against time to rescue the
stranded, resettle the uprooted and rebuild the
broken. In every sense, this is a now or never
THE MESSAGE IS STILL GOOD
drive and everything that we are doing is on a
now or never basis."
We endorse this statement as a fair and sober
estimate of the situation that confronts not only
the United Jewish Appeal, but the Jewish com-
munity as a whole.
The Jewish people of this community through
the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal must measure
up to the. needs of a campaign that is in every
sense "a race against time."
Thirteen And I iijht, <
The stability of a community is (
recognized in different ways. To the oldtimel
Miami Jewry the measuring stick was the dura
of a spiritual leader's stay in the Magic Ci'v 1
This gauge likewise applied to prcfesLJ
leaders of the other community service and J
fare agencies, but for the Rabbi he was qo bad, liked or disliked, talked about or disreqaJ
to a point, and then he was given the privilJ
of resigning. So this stability with the Rabbin
was measured by the tenure of pulpit occupa
For the most part our worthy Rabbis were]
to blamebut the victim of circumstances-
cumstances brought about by growinq pains |
presented a divergence of opinions and ideoloo
that created factions and frictionswith the Ra
finding himself right in the middle. And ft
there he was elevatedto use the vernacular
the exalted position of the goat.
These thoughts come to mind at this time cut
Congregations, one in Miami and the other i
the Beach, pay tribute to their respective spii
leaders.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be honored by
David Congregation, Miami's pioneer for eighi
years of service. Eighteen in the Hebrew desi
atee "Chai" or life and Rabbi Shapiro has bron
life to his congregationlife, filled as is all Jed
life with problems and perplexities, but maiki
by growth.
Rabbi Moses Meschelofi will be honored by \
congregation, Beth Jacob, Miami Beach pionei
for thirteen years of service. Thirteen designa
the Bar Mitzvahthe confirmation and comingl
ageand so too has Rabbi Mescheloff brow
into adulthood his congregation which has
tained its stature in that growing area.
Both Rabbis have given much of themseln
not alone to their congregations but to evi
worthwhile cause. They have aided their
gregations in attaining stability which in turn hj
benelitted the entire community.
It is a tribute to Rabbis Shapiro and Meschi
to have occupied these pulpits for these ma
years and an acknowledgement of their devoti
to the Rabbinical endeavor to which they ha
dedicated their lives.
From The Psychologist's Desk
Getting Children To Bed
Dr. Si j :r V -
' red ted col
full tlmi
l part ol
rlagi I parent-child

ti Rting ind vi ii ng. A
'
19 years, Di
diplomatt in ... (
tin- Amei i hi Boai 'I of Ex
In Pr. reralona -,s 111
I..- pleased in I
in by :
column ii
Mini all queitini
i in enthal, Thi rid ..i .
I' B 2973, M ami Ii
note.
Dear Dr. Blumenthal:
I have lots of trouble putting
my youngsters to sleep at night.
1 have tried many wuys to ac-
complish this. Some work some-
times, others do not: none seems
to work all tlie time. Please
give some information on this
subject.
ANSWER:
Frankly, I cannot answer the
question as you pose it. I do not
know of any acceptable way of
putting a normal child to sleep.
ButI can offer information on
how it may be possible to get a
child to bedpeacefully. You can
put a child to bed, even force
him into bed. but you cannot
force him to sleep.
What is sleep? Why do we
sleep? How much sleep docs one
need? Sleep is behavior and. not
as many people seem to think, a
stoppage of behavior.
Everything in nature rests,
otherwise it would "tire" and
eventually "fall apart." Sleep is
therefore necessary to protect the
growth and welfare of an indivi-
dual Sleep is a very ideal form
of relaxation, though not the only
one for humans. We do not know
how much sleep is necessary. We
do know that as the person grows
he seems to need less sleep. Be-
cause sleep is behavior, it must be
learned. Because it is so necessary
for growth and welfare, it is im-
perative that it be learned quickly
and be made an integrated part
of the individual's total behavior
in early infancy, there is no
problem about sleeping. The new-
born infant is not capable of mak-
ing a choice as to whether to go
to sleep or remain awake. But as
he grows older, and he develops
physically and mentally, be is able
to exercise control over waking
and sleeping. The problem for the
gi iwing child is learning how to
control his wakefulness to allow
the necessary sleep. This be-
comes, perhaps, more understand-
able when we see that there are
'.s to the sleep cycle:
'li going to sleep: (2) sti
wakening, In order
to accomplish the first, the |
ing child must learn how to make
if available to release him-
self to sleep. This appears to give
him the most trouble. Awakening
gives him the least difficulty.
What can parents do to help the
child learn how to get this im-
portant sleep? Parents can ar-
range conditions that induce
sleep. Here are a few suggestions
that should help:
1. Bedtime is a daily feature
of every-day living. It should not
be a source of a daily argument.
Bedtime, to you and your chil-
dren, should have a regular rela-
tionship to dinner. Only on rare
occasionssome very special
eventshould this relationship be
permitted to be disturbed.
2. Avoid any experiences or
activities during or after the
dinner period which may tend to
overstimulate the children. Avoid
rough housing, emotionally
charged scenes or quarrels.
3. Do not rush your children to
bed, irrespective of how presum-
ably important some other im-
portant appointment or matter
may be This may tend to make
i the children resistive. Allow suf-
ficient time for preparation, tuck-
ing in and making your exit from
i the bedroom.
4. Children up to 4 or 5 years
hLge*vU1 ordina''l.v respond
better if they are led to bed. Take
; him by the hand, help him wash
undress, etc. Talk with him about
what was last on his mind.
5 Most children secure a great
deal of comfort from having the
mother or father tell or read a
story to them Learn how to do
this. It g,ves both of you an op-
portunity to learn about each
other and to create a greater de-
gree of emotional security in your
child. Giving the child a doll or
toy in bed oft-times tends to re-
inforce this security after you
have left the bedroom.
6. Before you leave the bed-
room, make sure that he is in a
comfortable position. The room
should be quiet, dark, comfortable
and well ventilated. Then kiss ]
him. say "Good night," and leave
the room.
Parents can and should be re-
sponsible for arranging the condi-
tions for regular and consistent
relaxation, of which sleep is only
one of the forms. Children must
have a serene atmosphere which
will be conducive toward ade- '
quate relaxation. While the sug-
gestions above are essentially for
the younger child, modifications ''
cim. ?e made for the slightly older I
child. If these suggestions are i
utilized in early childhood, then
much of the problem should never ,
appear in later development
However, if sleep problems per- '
81st for any considerable time and
there is no evidence of any phvsi-
nKWe^ then Professional
psychological assistance may be
indicated.
Jj ',d?: Fnd,y .fnce 1927
sixth .. .',h. Flori Weekly Member of th, Jewi.h V"',*"
^pj^!^idrPreEM,i'::0cji:T;L,nh
^dl".....-'-' H. I-' ^luX
Truman Calls For
Religious Unity
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) A
plea for religious unity in the
United States was voiced by Pres-
ident Truman in dedicating a
memorial chapel here Saturday to
four World War II chaplains who
gave their lives to save Ameri-
can soldiers in the sinking of the
troopship Dorchester on Febru-
ary 3, 1943. One of the perished
chaplains was Jewish. The Pres-
ident made a special trip from
Washington to be present at the
ceremony. He was accompanied
by Secretary of Defense George
C. Marshall and the Secretaries
of the Army, Navy and Air Force.
Mr. Truman stressed the diver-
sity of the denominations of the
four chaplains. He said they sym-
bolize the many people who
sought refuge in this country in
search of religious freedom and
consequently symbolize also the
unity of this country.
The chapel which the President
dedicated, has three altars mount-
ed on a turntable for Catholic,
Protestant or Jewish services, as
the occasion may require. It has
a mural of the sinking of the
troopship where the four chap-
lains two of them Protestant
ministers one a Roman Catholic
priest and one a rabbi-went to
heir deaths when the ship was
torpedoed off Greenland and they
gave their life belts to others be-
cause there were not enough to
go around.
<-k\C fnU r chaP'air>s were: Rev.
NY nfi L Schenectady,
*L_I^Jhi_Rev_George L. Fox
U-M Evening School
Offers 367 Courses
The evening division of the 1
versity of Miami has exp
its program to an all-time hi
of 367 classes for the sp^
semester. The class offerings i
present all departments of
university. Full degree progn
are also available in the eveni
division.
Registration is particularly!
portant this semester tn veten
who have earned education pra)
I leges under the G. I. Bill
I Rights. They must start anedu
tional program this yi-ar to pal
| serve their privileges. There I
still time to procure certificalj
of eligibility from the Vetera
Administration Office to facilia
j registration at the university dn
, ing the spring semester.
The evening division alsooffs
classes through its branches
North Miami at the William J*
nings Bryan School, and at F*
Lauderdale at 400 East Browtf
Blvd. These classes are taught I
regular university faculty.
The hours of registration on t
Main Campus are 8:30 ajn. toj
p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ar
day this week, and on Satura
until noon. Registration at Non
Miami and at Fort Lauderdatt"
being conducted from 7 p m "J
p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday m
Thursday. For further a*r
about particular courses or i
program in general, PrionL3
evening division office, '
campus. 87-2561.
ol snaron. Vt., both ftogjl
ministers; the Rev. John Y. ^|
D. Goode, of York. Pa_ Neg
ington, of Newark. N. J--S|
olic priest, and Rabbi AleM
SUBSCR.PTION RATES:
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U-M Ring Theatre Will Open Monday
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ThYn,irrsi,,>; J ^Jmdft new~Ringrt*ran7form"ing it into a proswH
SSS ShXS'S'^XS ** ^eatre,At the rearj*
tav&f ? f "Ha*" for an
nyited audience, inaugurating a
two-week run.
Designed by architects Robert
M- Little and Marion I. Manley
the new playhouse is a SSSuJ
t'onary innovation in theatre
Planning. Although the centra"
feet in lc,rcular auditorium, 100
Posts tnnmeteI' with no int<>or
tud e ^JT0V,de maximum lati-
juaie for arena-style staeine
there are built-in faciliUe/ fo*r
type tneaire. m '1 .^i
auditorium circle is a revo
stage. 40 feet across. JeW_
thl auditorium floor. whlcB^
be masked by curtains;su.^
from a curved track fastened
the domed ceiling. ^m
By mounting the seat* on i
bile sections, the drama a g|
ment has achieved comp -,,
ibUity in adapting the aud^ |
ions, me ",flex:
achieved comply
loimy in adapting the auai
to any type of P^^Je-ir
cenium. horseshoe or ti
the-round.
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rav FEBRUARY 9, 1911
Jmistlks'kMar'
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iien Appointed
lubilee Chairman
\ Wien. a member of
r 1 Of

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the
I
Raff, co-<
V : Bd CVI.
New Academy Women's
Group Meets Thursday
Second meeting of the newly ,
organized Mian
rleb demy ''
. at
8 p. m. in the h
> 1141 S. W
10th SI
Dr. David S An ^iden:
. Mrs In
v Mrs
" will head the telephone
tee.
>
Fish Dinner Scheduled
n I W i k -
Circle Branch 69:
a fish dinner on Sunday. F
ary 11, at 6 p. m. at the Labor
Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue.
M.ami Beach.
Mrs, Ida Spevack la chairman
of the affair, and reservations
may be made by calling 5-1031.
Pr '<-< ads will g1 I .. la th
adoption of a European child.

ird Wien
Andron, J. J. Sheppard.
\ Gn enberg. Nathan Ratner.
j .. g Pi ter Nllea, Paul
Ion Jesso, Alvin
- Landsburgh: en-
nt, Dr. Leonard Weil,
\ 'ii Courshon. Bur-
Roth, William Glick, Jerry
. S\ I Leonard of Miami's
|\ A ffice, Walter Jacobs. Eu-
t Dr. Murray Reckson.
Roy Singer, president of the
Federation of Musi-
-: publicity. Hank Meyer.
Irman; Stuart Newman. Irv-
II, Larry Solloway. and
Maurice Serotta; women's
iliary, Mrs. Monte Selig. chair-
h: Mrs. Hi rtha Danbaum, Mrs.
h Ginsberg, Mrs. Rose Kramer.
i Mrs. Jane^ Bernstein; ar-
... ements, Nfft. Leonard A.
Hi and Mrs. Stanley Frehling.
chairmen.
ibbi Shapiro Will
>eak At Installation
Max Shapiro will be
ileipal speaker at the second
I tallation banquet on the
l" SI re Jewish Center on
uary 18. at 6:30 p.m.
I Si th-Haven Hotel.
1 I will be installed
of the organization.
\i be recognized at the
y Fein, first vice
\ Leo Steinman, second
s :n Jaffee, third
ent; Abe Weintraub,
I'lli '. president; Jacob
fifth vice president:
Markowitz, corresponding
Jack Pritt, treasurer;
rt, financial secretary:
li sexton; and Lester
skv. rei ording secretary.
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Zionists To Hear
Kabbi Shapiro
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Shapiro with ar-
rangements are Paul E
Ki li m S
rman and Irving S.
man.
Making plans for the Richard Tucker concert to b* sponsored
by the Hebrew Academy at the Miami Beach Auditorium on
February 25 are 1. to r. Mrs. Sitomer. Tucker. Lewis M. Escott
and Mrs. Louis MakoTsky. president of the Hebrew Academy
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* Jewish Rcridliari
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, igs,
>>
"Strictly Neighbors
By HELEN ALPERT
GLA?;Tit "Si better," as carried on the Wild West postcard
sent by Betty Levi from Temple, Ariz. Popular Phil Levi stands as
oj Miami's earliest pioneers. They're waiting at Temple until
daughtei has her baby Stanley Hose:' Mum is back home from
Mt. Sinai, after a sudden collapse, as yet undiagnosed.
HOTEL HOPS:
The Arnold Lew whose name you caughl in last week's Flondian
as visitor of the Julius Mufsons. for a look-see at the Mufson s
first son. is the tremendously renowned Britisher who staged a
five-year-long Open House for the Yanks through World War If.
at h;s country estate outside London. He quietly received a Key to
the City from Mayor Turk at the Atlantic Towers Hotel, where he
and Mrs. Levy stopped. The new baby couldn't have picked a more
distinguished uncle Hialeah regulars are the Varsailles' Wolfer-
rnan couple from New York, with their longtime friends, the Al
Lcichtegs ...
Quickie-trips to catch some sun were managed by some collegians
during mid-semesterslike Norman Ter.enbaum. Stanley Abel and
Dave J. Bccksr. Norman is getting his Master's in French from
Columbia. At the Hotel Good, he's been eagerly talking opera with
exceptional Ruth Slotnick, who's about to resume voice-training in
Philadelphia ...
Stan Abel, soph at the Corne:i hotel school, joined his folks who
operate t'.-.e Otis. He drove down in his new Mercury wilh frat-
hrjther Dave Becker of Hartford, who enters Harvard Medical school
in the fall. Becker, in turn, visited his aunt and uncle, the Sol
Fischers Dave Polur. physicist instructor at Clemson in Potsdam.
N. Y., also got here briefly. But then, so did the sun .
PSYCHOLOGY CAN WORK:
I ih Dr. S I B
idle 1 '
y visit. (A specially .
His Poinl t or.ee the
t to rything. on
fit : rely the i tior
.
tomed t
a lively 'wren tv
ndov while In
lut Mother,
t to do? 1 iw." I looked
: ': weekly Flo:. lit

COURTESY PAYS:
Movie-trailers and area-wide Courtesy Nights are blueprinted
by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce's potent new Courtesy
Committee. The committee called its first 1951 session in the com-
forts of Ed May's office at the Lincoln Theatre. Harry Zuckernick.
our fighting milk man. blew in to swap big new ideas with Leo
Eisenstein, Henry Cove, Jack Ross. Ed, and Chairman Ray Sterling.
Courtesy-winners each months are awarded a S25 government bond.
The boys inc'uded me on their committee for the usual reason, I
guessthey get tired of hearing solely baritones.
HIGH VOLTAGE:
The ganization for municipal ownership of
its lerj ith I ting argu-
er.ts against what ed as thi F! u i la Power and Lool
A. J. (Stumpy) K ned with high-voltagi facts
etter power al rently on a speaking-
' M ';' e seeking
groups and envelopes, and
support, for the 19 ;
HANDS ACROSS THE DESK:
' ne, got a phone call
potted thi e, and turned
... Visiting nurse Pete Cohen
'''.'. ...... |
1 in for a bit,
ig up friei Lyn Daughterv.
Sen. ird Holland's publii I |'.. twood
'' I ih ; il :. in ling Mrs. Mendes, admi
it Mt. Sinai, and "pi ;;r:c. ,\!ex
Will Celebrate Golden Anniversary
300 Sign Brandeis
Chapter Charter
Some 300 names were
on the
charter of the newly organized
Greater Miami Cha,
., ..'.though
nditions the industry faces.
the David Porvins,
?an ;";d : Sti n (he's Saul's partner in the President
I N- Brown, thi Bette Am v
' ,; :::,v Newi I a list that could stretch over
the page but stopshi
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THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA
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1000 N.E. 1st Ave. 7. ,
J MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE HOVEBS
I Miimci mmini cnapter of tt> I
J (National Women's Committee tZ\
' Brandeis University.
MrS Va?!u Tu,k
president of the new group. Other
officers include Mrs. M. G Goldin
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg Mr
Harry Gordon, Mrs. Aaron FW
and Mrs. Emanuel G ildstrich
vice presidents; Mrs. rj
Phillips, treasurer; Mrs. Sam Sil
ver. recording secretary; Mrs"
Milton Adler, corresponding sec-
retary: Mrs. Seymour Satin.fi.
nancial secretary; and Mrs. Louis
Sherman, assistant finani.
retary.
The women's con
building and fui n ng ^
Brandeis University I.
Mrs. Ginsburg and
strich were chairmen
ments for the meeting held at
Casablanca Hotel last w
Boy Scout Troop Will
Participate In Servces
Troop 330 of the Bo> its j
of America will mark I
w. ek by participating in
bath services of the C
Jewish Center on Frida
ary 9, at 8:15 p. m.
The troop is sponsor. ;.
ami Beach Post 330 :
ish War Veterans and i
direction of Scoutmaster Irv
Cooperman. The scouts will be in
full uniform and will
colors when they mai
unit. Rabbi Morris A. S I
deliver a sermon on I
of Boy Scout Week.
I-- Mail
A dinner on Saturday night at the Hotel Good. Miami Beach,
will honor Rabbi and Mrs. Kalmen Shapiro, 109 Collins Island,
on their golden anniversary. They are the parents of Rabbi Max
Shapiro and have resided in Miami Beach for the past year and a
hall. Among guests at the dinner, besides Rabbi and Mrs. Max
Shapiro, will be two other sons and three daughters who live in
New York and Baltimore and their families. Rabbi and Mrs.
Kalmen Shapiro were married 50 years ago in Plinslc. Poland. His
last active charge was in Brooklyn. At present he is associated
with Mount Sinai Hospital. On Saturday two of their grandsons.
Mosheh Sholom. son of Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro, and Michael,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gruber of Baltimore. Md will become
Bar Mitzvah at Beth David. The following evening Congregation
Beth David will honor Rabbi Max Shapiro at a reception in
recognition of 18 years of service to the synagogue.
Deborah Society
To Seal Icadfis
Create:- Miami Chapter of the
Di b ii ah Tuberculosis Society will
hold its second annual installa-
tion dinner dance and show on
Sunday, February 11. at 6:30 p.m.
at Copa C '
Participating in the show will
be Sophie Tucker, Billy Daniels
and Joe E Lewis.
To 11 died at the cere-
re Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine
' '' Sara H Hand, Mrs
iel Kulok, Mrs. Raymond
Mi Ed Sit m vVil-
A. Weintraub, via presi-
Mrs. He: man Gil
Mrs. S. Koerm
' hni retary; Mrs M n i is
Kulok, assistant
Irs.
,,, recordii retary; Mrs Ann.,
wolf, finaii ecret
I seen
Sydney Ginsbi
ynd L: nan.
WOMAN
To take care of house and cooking
for 2 people, no children, must
have good reference.
Call 48-8797
JWV Post Meets
_ West Miami Post 223 of the
Jewish War Jeterans met M
Thursday. February 8. at 8:15
p. m. at the West Miami Jewish
i'. 5720 S. W. 17th Street.
Commander Willard H. Bender
presided.
HOTEL
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Dining Room Open to the Public
isravl in
Miami Kvarh
Cozy
Different
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Strictly Kosher
WEISER
Management
146 Washington Avenue
Phone 58-2844
Somdmf KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
Phone 58-2503 ot 58-4891 (Evening*)
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Unmarried, to live in at funeral
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messages by phone, in return
for room and small salary. Ap-
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Home. 710 S.W. 12th Ave.
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Telephone 3-1 HI
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being given away this week.
COME IN AND SEE a costly imported, hand-made rug
and a machine-woven Karastan on display. See if yu
can tell 'which is which."
COME IN AND SEE the "World's Fair Rug" a Kara-
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PerSOnallV S P e a k i n q Rabbi Shapiro's Son. Xpphpw To Bm ome Bar Mitzvah
.._ ... Thu Saturrlav mnrnine's serv-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klass, 4'3 S.W. 30th Road, announce
the birth of a son on February 3 at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr.
Klass is executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. The mother is Dr. Erna K. Klass. The bris will be held on
Saturday. February 10, at 12:30 p.m. at Mount Sinai Hospital.
^P ^* ^**
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Schwartz of 6134 S.W. 25th St..
announce the birth of a son, Richard Alan, on Saturday, Feb-
ruary 3, at Mount Sinai Hospital.
* *
Sam Berkowitz and his daughter, Rosalyn, are vacationing
at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami Beach. Highlight of their stay
has been the wedding of Miss Harriet Bressler at which Miss
Be'kov.-itz served as maid of hcnor.
**
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eder, 645 Lennox Ave., will entertain
friends at home in honor of their silver wedding anniversary
January 31. Mr. Eder is a taxi-cab executive.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Sager, formerly of Miami, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Edouard, born in Port-au-Prince,
H on January 15. The Sagers, who have been living in Haiti
for the past four years, are also the parents cf two other children.
* + *
The bris of Frank Paul Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohen,
2965 S.W. 38th St.. was held on Sunday. Lewis Lazarus of Phila-
: was sandek, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Brande acted as
irents. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated.
+ *
A reception honoring Rabbi Nathan K. Shapiro, dean of the
Ycvne Theological Seminary, was held Wednesday afternoon
c; the Victor Hotel. The dean, who has served as head of the
seminary for the past 25 years, is spending a short vacation in
... Beach, prior to his departure for Israel, where a branch
seminary was recently established.
* *
Concert Pianist Samuel Sorin, son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild,
1771 S.W. 4th St., spent the past weekend with his mother and
lei and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sorin of Hollywood.
:oncert artist, who is now making a tour of the South, ar-
rived last Wednesday afternoon by plane. Accompanied by his
family, he went Friday to Sarascta, where he played under the
cs of the Community Concert Series. Following the per-
ince, which was very enthusiastically received, the pianist
his family were honored at a reception. He left Miami
Sunday to continue his tour.
*
Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Gus Ginsberg. 2323 S.W. 21st Ave., and her sisters, Mrs. Sylvia
Chertkof and Mrs. Murray Nathan.
Hialeah-Springs UnitTo Hold "Fun Fair"
This Saturday morning's serv-
ices trill be of greater importance
to Rabbi Max Shapiro than usual.
fur his son. Mosheh Sholom. and
his nephew. Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs Murray Giuber. Balti-
more. Md.. will become Bar
Mitzvah at ceremonies beginning
at 9 a.m. at Beth David Syna-
gogue.
Mosheh Sholom attended the
Hebrew Academy from the time
that it was founded until last
September. He is now attending
Shenandoah Junior High School
and the Hebrew High School con-
ducted by the Bureau of Jewish
Education. He will read the entire
P tion of the Law,
.ael attends school :n Balti-
more and has had private Hebrew
action.
A reception wi
service.-. Relatives and friends are
i to at!
L-
Michael Gruber
Lyons To Speak
man R. Lyons, Miami at-
n "Jews in
Demc : .ng of the
lite Center on Feb-
13. at 8 p. m. at the center
building. 3198 S. W. 24th Ter-
race, according to Mrs. David
nan.
Gables Women To Meet
Sisterhood of the First Jewish
Congregation of Coral Gables will
meet on Wednesday, February
14. at 8 p.m. at the congregation's
temporary headquarters, 1618
Ponce de Leon Blvd.
An Arbor Day theme will be
used and plans for landscaping of
grounds where the new temple is
located will be discussed.
Joan Paula Brick
I> Affianced To
Irving Getzug
Betr thai Miss J
tzug is
Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Brick, 1036 L
M.ami Beach. Mr. Gel
: Mr r.r.i Mrs S.irr.uel
Getzug, 1580 SAV | .-. Ave
The :,:. I ;-eli I ttended Flor-
ida Stati Uni-
: ''.
:. [ Alpha Epsilon
Phi -
Mr. Getzug is a graduate of
Georgia M I at-
tended the University '. Y.
where he was a member of P:
Lambda Phi fi.i' He servi
in the army during World War II
and is now '.>. I wi1
in the operation of M
Jewelry Company.
No date has been set f.:
v. 1 :.:'.-.
'' mi Springs Jewish
unity Center will hold a
:p Fun Fair" on Sun-
8. at 7:30 p. m. at
building. 951 East 4th
ue, Hialeah. according to
1 Lebow and Mrs. Mac
in, co-chairmen.
imes, square dancing
-.ments are on the agen-
; da.
A business meeting will be held
' on Wednesday at 8 p. m.
The PTA will meet on Thurs-
I day. February 15. at 1 p. m. for a
pot-luck luncheon, it has been
I announced by Mrs. Nathan Beck-
ler, president. A. Boxerman of the
Jewish Centers Association will
I be guest speaker.
Cohen Named Chairman
Of Dance Exhibition
Cohen, president of the
ILniversity of Miami Chapter of
iter-collegiate Zionist Federa-
rica (IZFA), has been
rrnan of the Delakova-
lance exhibition to be held
-0 at Bayfront Park Audi-
It :
nternationally famous
em interpretive dance artists.
Dc lakova and Fred Berk,
ina the South under the
i the Southern Zionist
mission. Locally the
I i will be sponsored by
Miami and Miami Beach Units
of Junior Hadassah and the Uni-
versity of Miami Chapter of
IZFA.
Betrothal Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Abrams
of New York have announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Audrey, to Ens. William Rubin.
U.S.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Rubin, 800 Lake View Drive,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is an alumna of
the Dalton and Barmore Schools.
Ens. Rubin was graduated in 1946
from the Lawrenceville (N. J.)
School and in 1950 from Yale
College. He is serving aboard the
USS Toledo.
NEW YORK. (JTA>The He-
brew Immigran; Aid Society has
become the sole Jewish organiza-
tion to send CARE packages to
Israel under an agreement reach-
ed between the two groups. A
ceremony marking the conclusion
of the argument was held in the
HIAS headquarters attended by
Mayor Vincent R. Impellitteri.
The first three packages were
sent to Mavor Israel Rokach. of
Tel Aviv. Mayor S. Z. Shragai.
of Jerusalem, and Mayor Abba
Hushi, of Haifa.
Mosheh Sholom Shapiro
Mrs. Kogan Hostess
To Academy Parents
M.s. .V rider K r-
H v Acaci.
l mothi t a
get- d social : r the par-
.....
n Thurs lay, J'
3. at 1:30 p m.,
-ience. 3722 Royal Palm A ,
Plans I for the
purchase of a tr phy cabinet by
the '< n : the
Academy and :' the decision to
award I I utstanding
children in every field of en-
deavor. The first trophy to re-
pose in the cabinet will be the
Matilda Ratner Tel Aviv Meno-
rah. won by the Hebrew Acad-
emy children at the Maccabiah at
:-.ingo Park. Another award
was presented to the Hebrew
Academy Choir for its perform-
ance at Bayfront Park All -
torium on United Nations Day,
when it presented Israeli soil
STAR-KIST TUNA
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r
\
Louis Carl Levin
MRS. MOLLIE HARRISON AND MRS. GEORGE GOLDBERG I Levin Bar Mitzvah
Wish Jo ertend their gratitude to their many friendt who
sympathized with Ihem in their hour of grief on the
passing of their beloved husband and father
,____ ALEX HARRISON
Ideal Diet:
Basic to Living Longer
and Looking Younger
Holland Honey Cake
Fruited
or Plain
Louis Carl Levin, son of Mr
and Mrs. Robert Levin, of 1120
'S. W. 13th Court, will become
JBar Mitzvah Saturday. February
I 10. at 9 a. m. at the Hiami He-
brew School and Congregation.
1101 S. W. 12th Avenue.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
at Shenandoah Junior High
, School. Rabbi Simon April will
officiate at the services.
Friends and relatives are in-
i vited to attend the ceremony and
1 the reception which will follow.
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Spinal Treatments
AJustmenta Manipulations
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3. Housewives chosen
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4. Panels of hundreds in
each lest city assured ac-
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6. Star-Kist Tuna and an-
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+Jewist fkrfcfiaf?
Herman Bretan, Bride
Honeymoon In Nassau
In a s Kapp Studi C
>; Dorol
B
: 22 I S.W 19th Ave
ne the
g oi Herman I.
I New \
in man':.'-'"' by
- B ikman,
Mrs. Ilfrman Bretan
the bi: '' '. n oi white
I

Finished
: ,11 skirl
:n a chapel train. Thi
iched to a
i and lace
iedawhitt iok topped
vhiti I surround"
tube.
s Elim t D ivis wa
r for her sister in a bouffant
a af hyacinth blue nylon
tin. She carried
.. satin muff with talisman
The bridegroom's brother, Wil-
Bretan, served as best man.
Hei Mian Teit-
md Harold Davis, the bride's
ther.
F llowing a in in Nas-
le will reside at 2~,.vi
S.W. 3rd Ave. For going away.
the "bride chose a brown .
: with brown suede ae-
ries and whil
Gui out of I
M i' Bretan, Mrs.
J. Knopp, lit pp, Mr. and
! Ni V ..
and Mrs Juliu
E leen I
Eileen LoisSchiff
To IV Ma nil Brick'
Plans for a March wi d
le bv Miss Eil en Lo
Schiff, wh isi
les A. Boi 'on of Mr.
and Mrs, Joshua S. B
York, hi announced
by hi nts, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry N. Schiff, 4421 Sheridan
Ave., Miami Beat
Miss Schiff attended the Uni-
versities of Miami and Wisconsin.
Mr. Butt par:!: ted
H ce Mann Scl '
B iys, New V n k, and Ni w York
rsity, He si rvi d in the army
durir I War II.
Miss Komi Becomes
Mrs. Harlod Forman
Mr and Mrs. Louis Koren, King
Hotel. Mi l,"!',h-,,;":
Pet
Mr and
Pa
in. Lyken l
Rabbi
:. K nish.
iarri-
M D
'Prh'A'
\ ,, i'ork, the couple will re-
; urg, Pa
mer Miss K m n was
Beach
School, led the
,,; Miami, where she
a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority The bridegroom at-
I the Harrisburg Academy
B Un:v.-:sity ot
ni. He is a member of r'hi
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1951
Helen May Betrothed
To S. (i. Somerstein
Betrothal of Miss Helen May to
Seymour G. Somerstein., .-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Somi
114 3rd Terrace, Di Lido l
Miami Beach, has been ann |
by her parents. Mr. and Mi l, on
May. Birmingham, Ala.
The bride-elect is a gra
of the University of Miami.
she was a member of Delta Phi
Lenore G. Zwitman,
Dr. R. M. Fleming
Exchange Vows
Honeymooning in Mexico fol-
lowing their marriage last Wed-
are Dr. and Mrs. Richard
M. Fleming. Upon their return
they will reside at 811 East Di
Lido Island. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Fleming is the former
Mrs. Lenore C. Zwitman. widow
of the late Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man of Temple Israel. Dr. Flem-
ing is a member of the American
College of Surgeons and a na-
tivi : Pensacola.
Cardiac Home Unit to
Hear Fashion Talk
The Miami Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
will meet Tuesday, February 13,
at 1:30 p.m. in Melvin Cohen
Hall, 4250 West Flagler St.
Reports on tag dag will be pre-
i by Mrs. Wiliam Groner
and Mrs. David Parties, co-chair-
Mrs. Sal Ramagli will tell
for the March donor
the chapter's b
ing project of the year.
llight of the afternoon will
be a talk by Joyce Voelker,
fashion editor of the Miami Daily
News. Her topic will be "The
Resort Look For Spring." She
will also discuss new make-up.
Lorraine Budlow
Lorraine Budlow
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Budlow.
5(10 S.W. 23rd Ave., have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Lorraine, to Leonard
Schaffel, son of Mrs. Fannie
Schaffel, 2601 S.W. 24th Ave., and
the late Max Schaffel.
A graduate of Miami High
School, the bride-elect attended
the Universities of Miami and
Pittsourgh.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Partnership Announced
E. Albert Pallot, E. A. Poppell
and Marwin Cassell announce
the formation of a partnership for
the practice of law with offices
in the Alfred I. duPont Building.
The firm name is E. Albeit Pallot.
Epsilon sorority. She also attend-
ed the Universities of Alabama
and Syracuse.
Mr. Somerstein is a graduate
j of Lakegrove Prep School. He
i attended Tulane University and
I the University of Miami, where
he was president of Sigma Alpha
1 Mu fraternity.
Gerald Katz Heads
Kew Men's Club
Gei al I K I pres-
iclent of the newly organized
Clu of the D iv, i
S:
Al
Murray Lipinsky, vice pres
[sid el tary; Le in
Shushan, treasurer.
Next meeting of the group is
scheduled for Tuesday, February
13. at 6:15 p. m. in the syna-
gogue.
TWENTY-THIRD SEASON
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
Registration This Week
Serving the cultural, vocational, and hobby interests of \
people of all age groups. 367 Courses available spring
semester, representing all departments of the University.
Registration Main Campus,
February 6-98:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m., 7:00 9:00 p.m.
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For the Information of Contributors
To Israel Philanthropy
Tur main- CHANNBI for American Jewry's philanthropic support of Isre1 is the
UNI I ED 11 Vi ISH Al'l'l Al Its primacj in this field has been endorsed by the over-
whelming majority of Jewish communities throughout the United States and the organi-
zations through which they operate.
This primacy is based upon the tremendous scope of the activities which are carried
on in Israel through United Jewish Appeal funds. These funds are the backbone of the
Jewish Slate's huge immigration, colonization and absorption program. UJA dollars
financed the transportation and settlement in Israel of'every one of the 600.000 immigrants
who've come to her shores since the establishment of the State in May. 1948.
UJA dollars must continue to finance the immigration and absorption of the 600.000
additional immigrants who arc expected to arrive in Israel during the next three years.
Unwarranted Campaigns
In addition to the United Jewish Appeal, certain other authorized organizations with
established traditions of constructive work in Israel can legitimately lay claim to public
support in the United States and elsewhere.
But occasionally individuals and organizations launch new campaigns in behalf of
Israel, enterprises of special and limited character. These enterprises are not always con-
structive and the claims put forward in their behalf are not always warranted by the facts.
The Authorization of Drives
As a direct result of demands by the organized Jewish communities of the United States,
and with the support and sympathy of the Government of Israel, the Jewish Agency
for Palestine set up one year ago a Committee on Control and Authorization
of Campaigns. The function of the Committee is to scrutinize all proposed campaigns
in behalf of Israel with a view to establishing the validity of their claims and their general
usefulness.
When In Doubt
The COMMITTEE will shortly announce what campaigns for Israel, in addition to the
United Jewish Appeal, will be authorized for 1951. In the meantime you are urged when
asked for contributions by any organization other than the United Jewish Appeal to
examine carefully the claims put forward by the canvassing group. If yon are in doubt,
write to the JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE. Committee On Control And Authori-
zation Of Campaigns, 16 East 66th Str*t. New York 21, N. Y.
The Jewish Agency for Palestine hopes that the American Jewish public will
support the United Jewish Appeal in 1951 with unprecedented vigor and generosity.
The need hat never been greater.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1951
*Jewlsii ncridOan
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Hare Volume
show ii At Boaeh
Symon Gould, director of the
\ m Library Service of New
\ City, now a guest ;it the
,ii Hotel, has arranged
i xhlbition of the firs'
mi the cultivation of
published in Rome
j,i 1046 il ll' Miami Beach Public
until March 5.
i ; ;ll(l recently discovered
i in Florence. Italy. The
,-olume is "Heaperidea Sive
irum Aureorum Culturn
El i u" by Baptistac Fcrrarii
S
b ink is folio in size, mcas-
VI inches by 18 inches. It
is ::i four separate sections
bound toficther in the original
iment which is gold-adorned.
One of the outstanding features
ries <>f full page wood-cut
plates which shows scores of dif-
t species of citrus fruits of
the 17th century. There are also
illustrations showing the methods
In ring fruit, growing fruits
and the implements used.
Auxiliary Plans
Honor Lunchoon
!. lis D Brandeis Auxiliary 199
of the Free Sons of Israel is
ilating plans for a donor
lunche n to be held at the Roney
Hotel on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 14.
A ion show featuring clothes
by Louis Haftel and shoes by
G Ugh will highlight the
event.
Mrs Libby Bookspan is chair-
nun and Mrs. Belle Lebost co-
i man.
Tickets may be obtained by
calling Mrs. Fannie Spring at
48-6100. and proceeds are era-
marked for the Cerebral Palsy
Association.
H.mLiss.iIi To See
Vou.h Program
"Youth Services" will be thi
theme of the next meeting of th
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
fessional Group of Hadassah to l>
held at tiie Miami Beach .lewis!
Center on Monday, February 12
at 8:30 p.m.. according to an an-
i rm nt by M M gueriti
Marx, president.
A dramatic presentation, "In
Good Hands," will feature chil-
dren of ii.- including Don-
ald Cook. Eileen and Susan
Cypress, Mrs. Bea Cypress is nar-
rator and chairman of the pro-
cram. Elizabeth Simkowitz will
discuss her experiences at Camp
Tel Yehuda and Ophra Chill will
speak on her recent trip to Israel.
Songs and dances will be offered
by the Petach Tikvah Senior
Judaea Group.
Cantor Jacob Tambor
Beth II Slates
Maariv (.....i-n
Congregation Beth El will
present a Maariv concert on Sun-
day, February 11, at 7:30 p.m. in
j the- synagogue.
Cantor Jacob E. Tambor will
I be featured and Robert Strass-
burg will accompany at the or-
i gan. Following the special Maariv
concert to be chanted by the can-
tor, a program of Jewish and
Hebrew selections will be offered.
Cantors Abraham Seif and Louis
Feder will appear on the program.
HkWh Heads
Cleveland 1'nit
Samuel B. Bloch was elected
president of the newly organized
Cleveland Social Club of Greater
Miami at a meeting of the group
on January 22 at the home of
For the second consecutive year Greater Miami Young
Judaeans look the regional folk dancing award at the winter con-
clave at St. Simons Island, Ga. The happy winners are (1. to r.)
Barbara Melich, Louise Morgen, Irwin Segal, Ruth Clein, June
Moser and Elizabeth Simkowit*.
"Policy For The West"
To Be Reviewed Friday
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view Barbara Ward's contro-
versial "Policy for the West" at
the Friday Review, a cultural
project sponsored by the Greater
Miami Chapter of Hadassah, on
February 9 at 1:15 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Mrs. Sol H. Leslie is chairman
ot the project.
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A dinner at Maxim's Restaurant
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fourteenth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 771
S.W. 11th St. Their guests were
Mr. and Mrs Robert Saunders.
Following dinner the party cele-
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and Mr. Saunders are the opera-
tors of Roberts Printing Corpora-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Saltzman.
Over 100 Clevelanders were
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Others named to office were J.
Singer, vice president; B. Dunn,
treasurer; Mrs. L. Aronoff, rec-
ording secretary; Mrs. A. H. Saltz- presided,
man, financial secretary; Mrs.
Blanche B. Bloch, publicity di-
rector.
Cultural Meeting
A cultural meeting of the Coral
Gables Zionist District was held
Thursday, February 8, at 8:30 p.m.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Lelchuk, 1414 Alhambra Circle.
Rabbi Morris Skop, education
chairman, was in charge of the
program and Norman R. Lyons
uled for Monday, February 12. al
1 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs.
Samuel Sakrais will preside.
The program, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Harry Gersten. will
feature a film. "Land of Their
Own." Jewish Music Month will
also be observed.
Charming To Speak
Jules P. Channing, Miami
Beach consulting engineer, will
address the Greater Miami Traf-
fic Association on Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 13, at 12:15 p. m., at the
Seven Seas Restaurant on "Ef-
fects of and Protective Measures
From Atomic Explosions." Chan-
ning is chairman of the atomic
aspects section and chairman of
the engineering division of the
Dade County Civil Defense Coun-
cil.
Rabbi Skop To Speak
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will
speak on "Martin Buber and Neo-
Orthodoxy, a New Guilding Light
in Israel" at the next meeting
of the Masada-Miami Zionist Dis-
trict on Thursday, February 15,
at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Community singing, dancing
and refreshments will follow, ac-
cording to Don Schrager, presi-
dent.
Ilailass.ili <>ioii|s
To Meet Monday
Hanna Senesch Group of Ha-
dassah will meet on Monday,
February 12, at 1:30 p.m. at the
Lord Tarleton Hotel.
The program will include a
satirical presentation by Mrs.
Philip Rudine and folk songs by
Mrs. Irving Nelson and her
daughter, Mrs. David Drucker.
Convention highlights will be
presented by Mrs. Max Weitz.
A meeting of the Stephen S.
Wise Group of Hadassah is sched-
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PAGE 10 A
Luncheons. Meetings
On Agenda As 1951 < ombined
%PPeai pieks i P speed Academy Students
Mark Music Month
thei-SOB fourscme -::v-ro- here bai rr'.-dged ::= Whole-
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--: Mrs. Stanley C. Myen ehairzren of the honor
, ..* woxen I -.: -" Mrs. Helen Gahagari Douglas.
wsrr.aa frcm California and noted acrttss; and
':. R. Narot. The picture was taken ;-. the honor divi ion
recent'.? bald at the Casablanca Hotel at which Mrs.
.v .-.
Douglas was principal speaker. Makir.g plans for the luncheon to
zt given by the ycur.g matrons division of the women's gift unit
OB Tuesday February 13. at Westview Country Club are Mrs. Sam
Coclik. Mrs. Warren Bernstein and Mrs. Maurice Orovitz. Mrs.
Emil Gcuid. chairman of the division, was not present when the
photo was taken. Members of the trades and professional unit
confer or. campaign piar.s. Shown are silting. 1. to r.) Jack Levkoff,
Jules Gilette. Arthur Berel; (standing) Jacob Rabinowiti. Sam
He:rr.ar.. Aarcr. Kaoner. chairman of the unit, and Abe Blatt.
In observance of J*
Month, students of the
Academy will present a |
program on Wedne.- I
14. at 7:45 p. m
in
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ta In Jewish Mu
the v
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Jew thi
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in Jewish history: B I,
,!. Talmudic. c
and Israeli songs and dan
Participating in the p: I n
will be the 60-voice ch
the academy under the lea p
of Joseph Schreibman.
musical director. Princir
acters in the dramatize i
be Lester Brickman. R :
hen. Samuel Feder. Ron./, i I
Edwin Ginsburg. Brenr.
man. Phvllis Katz. Jose;
Efrom Mescheloff. M : -
sry, Sheila Rubier. Bru S
David Rich. Sandy An 1] n,
David Askenazy. Rose I
Ophra Chill. Alisa Abr
Jerome Herman. B
Paul Kussner. Fred M
ter Pazol, Beatrice Ricl n
Rid
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The program is und.
. ... .n of Miss Edna S
of the dram iti
menl ..-ted by Mi
H. Perach and Mr. and M
ua Stadlan, Instruct i
ew department.
An added feature will
: non of a trophy b;
Schwartzman. executive
uf the bureau of educal
: pupils of the Acad.
the contest of a Maccab
r.rly held in l
Park in which the pu|
Hebrew schools in the C
Miami area participati d
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^Jewistifhridttar?
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Center Prepares
For Opening Of
Jewish Museum
Chai les Fruchtman, chairman of
th,. committee in charge of the
uermanent branch of the Jewish
Museum to be housed in the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, an-
nounces that he received word
from Dr. Stephen S. Kayser, cura-
tor of the Jewish Museum, that
(he exhibit will be centered
around an old American Torah
Ark-
This permanent exhibit of Jew-
ish arl objects, for which a special
hall has been set aside in the
building, is now being
I The exhibit will con-
HOO objects taken from
the iii ures in the possession of
wish Museum in New York
hich is owned by the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
play will feature all
Jewish ritualistic art and
. number of very rare
inding objects. Among
be one of the oldest
I nee Seder Plates for
v i r festival.
play will be open to
at all times and will
I pei iodically.
Hadassah Medical Organization Ball
To Be Held At Beach Auditorium
OIilii:iri RABGI ABRAHAM ZELIGSOHN
: Pittsburgh, Pa., : v a resident foi
I.hi lived ;it .".l'i'i N.W. 7th
k'lved bj ins wife and* .<
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The woman selling the greatest
number of tickets for the first an-
nual Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion Ball to be sponsored by the
Greater Miami Chapter at the
Miami Beach Auditorium on Sat-
urday evening. February 17, will
be selected "Queen of the Ball."
Participating will be the 11 groups
comprising the chapter.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, vice
president of the chapter, is chair-
man of the event. The hospitality
committee will consist of the fol-
lowing presidents: Mrs. Milton i
Sirkin, Greater Miami Chapter;
Mrs. Morris Alpert. Hanna Se-1
nesch Group; Mrs. Louis Goldman
Theodore Herzl Group: Mrs.
Samuel Sakrais, Stephen S. Wise \
Group; Mrs. Bernard Goldberg,
Shaloma Group; Mrs. Melvin
Wcinkle. Menorah Group; Mrs.
Bernard C. Fuller, Deborah
Group; Mrs. Isabel s. Altholz,
Henrietta Szold Group: Mrs. Moe
Feingold. Mt. Scopus Group: M
Irving Westin, Israi Ii Group;
Miss Rosalyn Klein. .Miami B & P
Group: and Miss Marguerite ,
Marx, Miami Beach B & P Group. '
Floor show will be headed by
the well-known dance team of
Adela and Chico Lopez.
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.
Over 3,000 are expected to at-
tend.
Hebrew Teachers Will
Hold Banquet March 25
Plans are being formulated by
the Hebrew Teachers Association
of Greater Miami for its annual
banquet to be held on Sunday,
March 25, at .8 p. m. at the Victor
Hotel, Miami Beach.
George Goldberg has been
named chairman of the event.
Proceeds will go toward the
welfare fund of the Hebrew
teachers.
Card Party Planned
Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women will
sponsor a card party on Monday,
February 12, at 8:30 p. m. at the
Wofford Hotel, Miami Beach, Pro-
ceeds are earmarked for commu-
nity service projects.
Book Review Will
Highlight Meeting
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view James Ullman's "River of
the Sun" at the next meeting of
the Physicians' Wives Club of
Greater Miami on Wednesday,
February 14, at 8:30 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. Lawrence Adler,
2801 Anderson Road, Coral Ga-
bles.
New officers of the group are-
Mrs. Paul Plotkin, president; Mr.?.
Martin Bell, first vice president;
Mrs. Adler, second Vic* presi-
dent; Mrs. Sol Goldman, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Saul
Kaplan, recording secretary; Mrs.
Julian Rickles treasurer; and
Mrs. William Wickman, public-
ity.
Oscar Levant, piano star in the
concert, radio and motion picture
field, will be soloist with the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra on Sunday, February
12, at the Miami High Auditorium.
Both concerts will begin at 8:30
p.m. Mr. Levant will be featured
in George Gershwin's Concerto in
F for Piano and Orchestra, while
the orchestra will offer Overture
to the opera, "Colas Breugnon,"
by Dmitri Kabalevsky, Beet-
hoven's Symphony in C major. No.
1, Op. 21. Saint Saens' Prelude to
"Le Deluge," and Polka and Fugue
from the opera, "Shvanda," by
Weinberger.
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Grand Rabbi Korf f
Will Visit Here
Grand Rabbi Jacob I. Korff of
Dorchester, Mass.. popularly
known as "Der Zviller Rebbe" is
scheduled to arrive in Miami on
Monday, February 12. The noted
Chassidic leader will be received
hv a delegation of New England
Jewish leaders vacationing in
Florida.
Scion of a long line of Chassidic
rabbis, he is a direct descendant
of Rabbi Israel Bacl Shem Tov,
founder of the Chassidic move-
ment in the 17th century. The
youngest chief rabbi to serve
European Jewry, he was the chief
spiritual leader of Zvehel known
as Novogrod-Wolynsk in the
Ukraine.
During the first world war, the
changing regimes which pogrom-
Ized the Jewish community kept
him as hostage, forcing the people
to pay ransom for his release.
When the Russians came in the
border city which was under
Poland for several months.
a Catholic priest found haven in
the rabbi's home and not even
under the threat of the firing
sciuadron would he divulge the
whereabouts of the priest. During
'one of these pogroms his first-wife
was murdered.
The Grand Rabbi is considered
one of the greatest Talmudic au-
thorities of our time. He is the
author of many works dealing
with contemporarv problems in
the light of the Talmud.
During his stay in Miami. Grand
Rabbi Korff will make the Tides
Hotel his headquarters. He will be
joined here by his son. Rabbi
; Samuel I. Korff, spiritual leader
of Congregation Kehilath Jacob,
Mattapan. Mass.. who has been in
Miami for the past few weeks.
A series of functions in honor
of the visiting Chassidic dignitary
is being planned bv his friends.
Included is a special "Kabbolas
Ponim" or reception.
Abraham Close and Morris E.
Baker of Boston are heading the
reception committee and Cantor
Berelc Kelemcr is in charge of
arrangements.
IkVili Ja<*ob To
Honor ll.-ilihi
Al Testimonial
(Continued from Page 1 A)
Jacob has become known as the
largest orthodox congregation in
Florida.
Alfred A. Lesser will be the
toastmaster at the testimonial and
Rabbi Eliezer Silver of Cincin-
nati, president of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada, will deliver
the principal address. Rabbi Dr.
Lazar Schonfeld, vice president of
the RabbinicaJ Assembly of the
Bronx, and father-in-law of
Rabbi Mescheloff, will offer
greetings. M. B. Frank and David
Goldstein, honorary presidents of
the congregation, will also pay
tribute. David Whitman, presi-
dent, will give the congregational
message. Mrs. Alfred Lesser will
speak for the sisterhood, while
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak
on behalf of the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami, of
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By NATHAN ZIPRIN
JliemviislbJBoiriidlJIaun
Jetr
j-ish Notes On Lincoln .
Lincoln's beard, mien, humor
Jr" of justice, countenance ai.d
SSSr bear all the earmarks
Jftwish quality. On best au-
i .v however Honest Ah? was
JffijKS origin. Yet the noted
Sholar Rabbi Isaac M. Wise of
gennat. once disclosed to his
25n*atin that Lincoln had
SSd him "he supposed himself to
Sfa descendant of Hebrew par-
Lee" A rabbi of another
Sool of religious thinking, the
tials of Judaism. To him Lincoln
was not only the first typical
American but also the embodi-
ment of "the noblest qualities of
Judaism."
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951
SEC. B
Top Stars To Spark Mount Sinai Jubilee
a nn ( Amcri^'c mnst i tinnQ from a limited number of obstetric, gynoecological.
Abe Schewel
North Shore Units
Plan Brotherhood
Program For Monday
A Br therhood Week program
will be sponsored by the North
Shore Lodge and Women's Chap-
: : B'naj B'rith on Monday eve-
ning. February 19, at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Subject of a panel discussion
will be. "Are We Making Demo-
Work?" which will feature
talks by community leaders and
audience participation.
iulod to speak are Mrs.
C. E. Poyer, Biscayne Elementary
School; Miami Beach Councilman
D. Lee Powell; the Rev. Paul
wett of St. John's On-The-Lake
Church and Rabbi Leon Kronish
: Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
. C uncilman Melvin Rich-
ard will act as moderator.
Abo Schewel, of Lynchburg,
V,, esident of District Grand
Five, will also appear on
the program to bring greetings
from the more than 12,000 mem-
bers of B'nai B'rith in the South-
n states,
The program will be under the
direction of Mrs. Herbert Cohen
and Melvin Pazol. Assisting with
arrangements will be Mrs. Her-
man Stein and Mrs. Murray
Lipinsky.
Bernard Revel, saw in Lin-
coln the fusing of all the essen-
It is doubtful Lincoln had many
contacts with Jews prior to his
ascension to the Presidency. But
once he entered the White House
the picture changed. With that
he chose a Jewish chiropodist, Dr.
Isacahar Zacharie, who seemed to
have pleased Lincoln as much
with his humor as with his skill
. Lincoln was the first Presi-
dent to appoint a Jewish army
chaplain. The appointment went
to Dr. Arnold of New York. To
make the appointment possible
Lincoln pulled strings to have
Congress pass special legislation.
He was also the first President
to appoint a Jew as full-fledged
minister to a foreign power, when
he named Sigismund Kaufmann
I of New York to the post of Minis-
ter of Italy. The appointee, how-
ever, turned down the offer .
Lincoln was also the first Presi-
dent to appoint a Jew as U.S.
Consul to Germany. The distinc-
tion came to a man by the name
of Einstein, who served in a city
that was destined to become the
capital of anti-SemitismNurem-
burg And then again there
is the story of Lincoln's prompt
action when he learned that Gen-
eral Grant's headquarters had is-
sued an order excluding all Jews
from his department. The incident
had set off a wave of indignation i
among Jews and there were a i
number of protest demonstra-
tions. Lincoln, of course, was too
preoccupied with larger affairs,
and he had no knowledge of th:s
incident. However, as soon as the
incident came to his attention he
promptly countermanded the
I order.
! Added Nuggets .
The last and one of the best
; photographs of Lincoln was made
by a Jew on the Sunday before
the President's assassination. It
was made in the Washington
studio of Adolphus Solomon, who
(was later to become president of
B'nai B'rith ... A Washington
Jewish physician. Dr. C. H. Lieb-
erman. was among the nine medi-
cal men at Lincoln's deathbed .
Because Lincoln died on a Sat-
I urday the first sermons on his
death were delivered in syna-
,gogues Jews were the first
contributors to a fund to erect a
I Lincoln monument at Springfield.
Illinois. This was done by the
; Jewish community of Alton, Illi-
: nois Lincoln's Emancipation
I Proclamation was transmitted to
the world by a Jew, Edward
Rosewater, who worked in the
'telegraph office of the War De-
partment And it was a Jew-
i ish artist who designed the fa-
mous Lincoln penny, the first com
1 hiring the head of a President.
A group of America's most
talented stage, screen and radio
entertainers will help celebrate
Mount Sinai Hospital's first an-
niversary jubilee at the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Thursday,
February 22, at 8:30 p.m. The
jubilee will combine the celebra-
tion of Mount Sinai's first birth-
day and a fund-raising drive to
finance the non-sectarian hospi-
tal's $139,000 deficit, incurred this
past year through expansion of its
free medical care program.
"The jubilee is the first oppor-
tunity Mount Sinai has offered
the residents of Greater Miami to
actively participate in financing
the hospital's Miami-wide serv-
ices," Max Orovitz, president,
said. "Hitherto funds for the hos-
pital have been secured by dona-
Temple Israel Unit
Plans Garden Party
The home of Mrs. Joseph Wil-
liamson. 5470 La Gorce Drive.
Miami Beach, will be the scene of
the annual garden party spon-
sored by the Temple Israel Sister-
hood on Wednesday, February 14.
at 1:30 p.m.
A Valentine day theme will be
utilized in decorations for the
event, of which Mrs. M. B. Ross
and Mrs. Henry E. Wolff are co-
chairmen. Tickets are available j
through all Sisterhood boa
members.
Games, prizes and refreshments
will be featured in the afternoon's
entertainment. Serving on the
planning committees for the party
are Mrs. Harry V. Simons and
Mrs. Norman Giller, tickets; Mrs.
Lawrence Adler, Mrs. Ellard
Kohn, and Mrs. Morton Russack,
tables; Mrs. Stuart Gordon,
chairs: Mrs. Alvin Sandier, cards:
Mrs. Max Holtsberg, Mrs. Frank
Perlman and Mrs. William Leh-
man, refreshments; Mrs. Alv.n
Richter, special invitations; Mrs.
Maurice Serotta, publicity; Mrs.;
Simons, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs.,
Elry Stone, Mrs. Adolph Wer-,
theimer. Mrs. Henry Hirsch. Mrs.
Harold Spaet, Mrs. Gordon Davis,
Mrs Joseph Narot, Mrs. Richard1
M. Fleming. Mrs. Dan Ruskm and
Mrs Gus Feuer, hospitality; Mrs. i
i Richter and Mrs. A. A Green,
I special games; Mrs Stella Hant-
| man, Mrs. Martin Bloch and Mrs.
Fred Abrams, telephone; Mrs.
Williamson, umbrellas; Mrs. G. L.
IMendelson and Mrs. Harold b.
Meyers, door.
tions from a limited number
private contributors."
Recognized as one of the most
modern and rapidly expanding in-
stitutions of its kind in the South,
Mount Sinai plans to establish
the jubilee as an annual event.
Financial goal for the jubilee is
$93,000, which will be utilized for j
the continued maintenance of the i
hospital's free medical services
and the expansion of its out-
patient services to include cardiac,
pediatric, and dental clinics for
indigent patients.
Orovitz said "It has been esti-
mated that 20 percent of Mount
Sinai's annual income is absorbed
by the care of free and part-
paying patients," he declared.
"Out of 55,355 patient days at the
hospital in 1950, 8,160 days of
hospitalization and medical care
were free cases. The continuation
of these community services,
which are available to persons of
all religious faiths, depend for
their 'very life' upon the financial
success of the hospital jubilee."
Leonard A. Wien, a member of
the Mount Sinai board of tr
! has been named chairman of the
' affair.
Among medical services ac-
! cessible to patients free of charge
are those of the medical surgery.
obstetric, gynoecological, cardiac,
and pediatric departments.
"Service patients at Mount
Sinai also receive full hospitaliza-
tion and nursing for as long as is
necessary and are given the same
care by Mt. Sinai's 400 doctors and
specialists as are paying patients,
Orovitz said. "As Mt. Sinai was
established in 1950 on a non-
profit basis, all funds acquired
through the jubilee will be util-
ized for the expansion and con-
tinuation of these services. Failure
of the jubilee to achieve its goal
may necessitate a severe curtail-
ment of the hospital's service
medical care program for the
future."
Jubilee funds will also be used
for Mount Sinai's expanded child
care program and will facilitate
plans for increased emphasis on
geriatrics and chronic and con-
valescent cases.
Tickets for the jubilee, which
are tax deductible contributions,
are being issued in four cate-
gories: sponsor tickets, at $100
each; patron tickets. $50 each;
donor tickets. $25; and contribu-
tor tickets. $10. Tickets may be
obtained at most Miami Beach
' hotels, or reserved by caling the
Mount Sinai jubilee office,
58-8421.
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* Jewish Tlcrklian
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
9.1951
Eight Rabbis Are
Called To Service
NEW YORK Eight rabbis
called up for chaplaincy service
in the American Armed Forces
the first to enter service under
the chaplaincy availability (vol-
untary draft) plan of the three
rabbinical bodies herehave been
commissioned, it was announced
by Rabbi Max B. Davidson, of
Perth Amboy, chairman of the
division of religious activities of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB). They will enter
the service in February. It was
in October that the chaplains re-
ceived ecclesiastical endorsement
from the division, which repre-
sents the three branches of the
American Rabbinate. Processing
of new chaplains by the military
takes four months. With the first
group of chaplains in. it is antici-
pated that the process will be
speeded up and that there will
be a regular flow of chaplains
adequate to meet the religious
needs of Jewish men in the armed
forces, Rabbi Davidson said.
Entrance into the armed forces
of the eight chaplainsand the
two who recently went on active
duty from the Reservewill bring
the total of full-time American
Jewish chaplains throughout the
world to 37. Of this number, four
are in Korea, one is in Japan,
three are enroute to the Far East
and Pacific area, and five are in
Germany and Austria.
At the request of the military.
JWB, in cooperation with the
three rabbinical organizations,
undertook to recruit 111 Jewish
chaplains for the armed forces by
July 1951. Eighteen were in serv-
ice at the start of the drive. In
addition to the 37 full-time Jew-
ish chaplains now on dutv, there
are more than 200 part-time Jew-
ish chaplains -serving at military
installations and veterans hospi-
tals in this country.
The eight chaplains to go on
active duty are: Irwin Blank, of
Temple Emanu-El. New York-
Herbert Brichto, of the Monroe.'!
N. Y., Jewish Council; Aaron]
Gewirtz, of the United Hebrew
Congregation, Kevport. N J
Solomon Gordon, of Beth Shalom
People s Temple, Brooklyn, N Y
Azriel Grishman, of New Or-
]lans- La-; A'bert J. Leeman. of
the West Haven. Conn.. Jewish
Community Center: Seymour M
, Vf Cong'"egation B'nai Is-
rael, Toms River. N. J.: and,
Reuven Siegel. of Temple B'nai I
Abraham, Newark, N. J. The two I
new chaplains on active dutv
from the Reserve are Norman F.
teldheym. Congregation Emanu-
.1, ban Bernardino, Cal.. and Is-
A,fc Ger^c,rvC_<>nsreaUon Agudas
Ach.m. Fitchburg, Mass.
Chaplains Blank. Brichto, Gor-
don Grishman, Feldhevm and
Gerber are members of the Cen-
R?hh,F'/S 7nce of American
Rabbis (Reform): Chaplains Lee-
man. Panitz and Siegel are affili
aW with the RabbiSaYA
h A A.Tric.a and Chaplain Aaron Gewirtz is a
oi America (Orthod
y,o~uA Handwriting.
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experienced handwriting special-
ist, give you a check-up. Send at
least 12 lines written with pen
and inkno ball pointin self-
addressed, stamped envelope with
50 centsno stampsto David
Meyer, The Jewish Floridian,
P.O. Box 2973, Miami Florida.
The following specimen was.
submitted by one of the country's |
most talented and promising
young sculptors. Michael Lekakis
has had one-man exhibits at the
Artists Gallery, N. Y.: the Bertha
Schaefer Gallery, N. Y.; the]
Witte Memorial Museum, San
Antonio, Texas: the American
University, Washington. D. C. He-
works in stone, marble and wood.
His drawings were the subject
recently of a symposium in which
psychologists as will as art critics | Miss Tllie Ginsburg, Brooklyn,
participated. Tile critics praised New York has been appointed lo
his integrated fluent forms while lfie newly-created post of director
the psychologists expressed en- organisation and membership
thusiasm over the primitive, uni- for Pioneer Women, the Women's
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versa! symbolism in his drawings.
America. Miss Ginsburg has been
an executive assistant in the na-
tional office of Pioneer Women
for several years and, prior to
that, served the organization as
a field representative.
HEAR YE OLDE SAGE
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The light, firm pressure, the
moderate slant to the right and
the quick, hurrying t-bars tell us
of vitality, will power, the mas-
culine temperament, dilligence.
Interestingly enough, these are
the characteristics of the hancU
I writing of America's foremost ex-
| ponents here and abroad; the
i more outstanding and successful
salesmen. Graphologists are
agreed that these characteristics
are becoming known as the
American "hand." to differentiate
it from French. British and other
nationally characteristic hand-
writings.
But a closer look at the pres-
sure discloses a quality which
the salesman's writing does not
'dare have: there are sudden em-
phases in pressure which inter-
fere with the smoothness of the
writing. These emphases point to
the introvert, to inner search and
longing, to drives toward sub-
limation of primal energies into
spiritual outlets. Here is where
Mr. Lekakis and the extrovert
aggressive salesman part com-
pany.
Now, let us see if this spiritual
drive is borne out by other quali-
ties in the writing. Note the t's
p s and fs. They dip down below
the base line. They tell us that
Mr. Lekakis seeks his inspiration
in regions down below con-
sciousnessin his deeper instinc-
tual nature, in what psychologists
term the 'lower regions" in man.
rnese regions are described as the
universal, racial unconscious The
.Treat Zurich psychiatrist. Dr. Karl
Jung, first elaborated on this
theme of the racial unconscious.
And years f study and experi-
ence convinced Dr.'Jung that all
teSKfr 3t b0Unm is onc bro-
therhood, regardless of race
creed, color or nationality. Onlv
the surface cultural patterns vary
thnt M,nT ?UL?risin- therefore,'
nat Mr. Lekakis works in what.
is known. ,rm, h,. is not!
content with what his eye see" '
iolveS and reint.
and ,!,a:;"'n int,S its more basic
and Hue design. That is how the
feats ln modern p.,imj x
sculpture work: Picasso. EpstcTn
Zorach, Brancusic, etc. All seek
the deeper significance in plastic
form that underlies what the eye
sees.
Note that Mr. Lekakis prints
his letters and that they are dis-
connected. We learn from these
characteristics that he is inven-
tive, a critical observer, has lots
of initiative and is an individual-
isl Here also are expressed his
artistic and intuitive thinking and
feeling. And. since all good things
never fail to carry along with
them their opposites, these char-
acteristics also reveal Mr. Lekakis'
loneliness, restlessness, shyness.
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Brotherhood Theme
To Highlight Meeting
rmma Lazarus Chapter. Busi-
d Professional Women of
R-nai BTith. will present a
S ILrliood Week program on
Kffir February 13. at the
;,, ot,l. Miami Beach^ it
I anm.unced by President Mrs.
Robert Baron.
Thrnie of a panel presentation
.; l he -The Four Chaplains and
S,e Four Freedoms." Participants
ill he Rabbi Morris Skop. Coral
SSlS Jewish Center; Oliver W.
Polmar Miami attorney; and the
r'v \ Waldie Holroyd, com-
munity service director of the
gcJJ .; .rge J. Talianoff will
derator.
pfhe program is a project of the
B'nu B'nth Americanism and
Committee and will
emphasize the need for American
unity in combatting the
. Communism.
Mrs. C'nrol Zipper is program
man. Assisting with arrange-
ments will be Tina Fisher, Mae
jfeyers and Paula Horowitz.
Hebrew School Unit
To Hold Sweetheart
Luncheon Wednesda
A "Sweetheart Luncheon" will
be sponsored by the Sisterhood of
the Miami Hebrew School and
Congregation on Wednesday. Feb-
ruarv 14. at 12:30 p.m. at the
svna'gogue. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave.,
according to Mrs. Murray Kirs-
chenbaum, ways and means chair-
man.
A kindergarten will be pro-
vided for pre-school children.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
M. Coulton, M. Blank, N. New-
berger, G. Perlman and B.
Sokoloff.
Proceeds will go towards the
completion of the rumpus room.
Teen-Agers To Dance
Hillel AZA will sponsor the
weekly teen-age dance at the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
on Tuesday, February 13, at 8:30
p.m.
Teen-Agers Will Play
Host To Committee
The Miami Jewish Community
Center Teen-Age Youth Council
will play host to the newly ap-
nted teen-age committee of
the center on Sunday. February
11, 11:00 A. M., in the center
lounge.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of
e committee, will meet theteen-
iders of the center and hear
r plans and problms.
Nelson, Sandra Bloom. Rc-
... Tubman and Bobbie Avick
in charge of the get-together.
Comedian Meets The King
Radio Workshop To Mark Anniversary
Cast includes J. B. Fox, Sonny
Stillerman. Bob Brenner, Ger-
trude Marx, Francha Brenner,
Radio Workshop for Democracy,
communitywide dramatic radio
series, will celebrate its first anni-
versary on Sunday, February 11,
at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE.
An original script, entitled
"Anniversary Story," written by
Bob Brenner, will be presented.
Irving Friedman and Lowell
Thing.
The program is directed by Ger-
trude Marx, with Steve Kessler
at the organ. ^^^^^
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Israel Charts Plans
For Korean Peace
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Is-
rael has bei n firmly established
in th nd growing line-up
of United Nations member states
with a d iuble-barreled pn
for a Fa p< settle-
mentthe na munist
(' essor in Korea, but
tl id be follov intin-
i rts for negotiation and
conciliation rather than by puni-
tive a demanded by the
United SI
Led by Great Britain, the new-
front seemed to be composed
principally of Western states hav-1 ___ *, ___. .^
ing Labi governments. Israel, iSallSli MaiHIOIl MMIg I OHI|MI
which had been watchfully wait- __ _. ,. _. ------ __ .......I
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OH YES,HFS ACPA.
BUT IT DOESN'T STAND FOR-
CERTIF1ED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
ing for an indication of the atti-
tudes of other l. regimes, en-
NEW YORK. (JTA) "Com-lone
Israel thinks of forcing
tered the list Friday with a key piete freedom of i ligious beliefs or practices im-
policy address by its chief dele- and practice for all creeds in Is- on any individual; on the i
gate, Ambassador Abba Eban, raer was pledged hen last week trary, we want to make sure that
who suggested thai the General by Rabbi Judah L. Maimon, Is- no one will force the religious
Assembly's Peace Observation ,.',,.], Minister of Religions, ad- eli to violate their princi-
Committee, of which Israel is a dressing a press conference at the pies ami way of life." the minis-
member, should be the group \ Waldorf Atoria Hotel. The min- ter stated.
led for m the United States jistGr emphasized thai the Israel Earlier in the week, at a city
resolution. government has granted absolute | hall reception, Rabbi Maimon of-
Mr. Eban denounced exclusion autonomy to non-Jewish commu- finally invifc i Mayor Vincent
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United Nations as "an error of ligious and communal affaii Israel.
historic dimensions." urged the As a demonstrati i ---------------------
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condemnation resolution the pro- gions is making to achieve har-
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the government. attended religious services. "No
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FEBRUARY 9, 1951
+Jewlsti FhrkHan
PAGE 5 B
American Jewish Committee Drafts
Program For German Peace Pact
The
Jewish Committee, at
NEW YORK. (JTA)
Mhaannua'rmeeting, sot forth
lb ,..,, '-..nsiHorntion bv
?heLT
for consideration by
s Government, as one of
~ Xl!-:. ; powers, in connection
. ;th the proposed peace treaty
38 Germany1. Asserting that toe
Saty must contain safeguards
X'h would prevent Germany
Jim ever again becoming an
I'nemv of democracy, a perpetra-
tor of unprecedented inhumani-
ties and a disturber of world
peace," the program urged:
1 That Germany agree to ob-
serve human rights and funda-
mental freedoms as contained in
the Universal Declaration of Hu-
man Rights and in the U. N Con-
vention cm Genocide, and that
guarantees of these rights be in-
corporated into Germany's basic-
law and future constitution.
2. That an international Com-
mission on Human Rights, to deal
with violations of these rights in
Germany, be appointed by the
C I Nations or the Interna-
Court of Justice, and that
ted states, aggrieved indi-
i is and private groups be
I the right to petition such
a commission.
3. That the Federal Republic of
adhere to the conven-
i by the Consulta-
ncy of the Council of
the protection of hu-
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for the time being the Allied au-
thorities retain their present ju-
risdiction over appeals from de-
cisions of German courts in cases
where victims of Nazi persecu-
tion seek restitution for property
looted by the Nazis.
The delegates, in a resolution
telegraphed to President Truman,
hailed the Presidential Commis-
sion on Internal Security and its
personnel as answering "the cru-
cial need today for a clear defi-
nition of the exact balance that
should obtain between American
national security and freedom."
Jacob Blaustein who was elect-
ed at the meeting to his third
consecutive term as president of
the American Jewish Committee,
told the 500 delegates that "build-
ing our military strength and per-
fecting our military alliance" are
not sufficient for national secur-
ity. He called for close coopera-
tion among all religious, ethnic
and racial groups to eliminate
prejudice and discrimination and
to stop the onslaught of Commu-
nism.
Mr. Blaustein declared that the
A.J.C. has been devoted to the
continuous extension of rights
and liberties of all groups in
America. He asserted that the se-
curity of Jews and all other
groups was intimately related to | Florida, tiii
the general health and well-being *'
of American democracy. "Where
democracy fails," he said, "or
iliiheralism becomes rampant or
hysteria develops, Jews as well
as others must necessarily suf-
fer! Particularly is this true in an
atmosphere of tension such as
now exists."
Dr. John Slawson, executive
vice president of the American
Jewish Committee, called on all
American groups to develop and
Clarke To Speak
Edward Clarke of the faculty
of the University of Miami will
be guest speaker on Saturday,
February 10, at 8 p.m. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on 11th
St. and Ocean Court, Miami
Beach. He will review "John
Adams and the American Revo-
lution."
On Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dr. Mor-
Schneer will give the second
lecture in the series on "Psycho-
logy for Better Living."
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will pre-
side at both sessions.
LEGAL NOTICE
Sholem Lodge
To Commemorate
Brotherhood Week
"Teamwork In Human Rela-
tions" will be the theme of a
Brotherhood Week program to be
sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, on Tuesday, February 13,
it Beth El, it is announced by
President Sidney Aronovitz.
Participants in the interfaith
panel will be Clyde Atkins.
c Chertkoff and Miller
Ritchie, chairman of the depart-
ment of human relations at the
University of Miami. Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer will preside as mod-
Power Stars In Drama
Tyrone Power is starred in
"Who Speaks for San Marino,"
second in the series, the New
Frontier, to be heard Sunday,
February 11, at 3:30 p.m. over
stauon WKAT.
The New Frontier, produced by
the Institute for Democratic Ed-
ucation, is presented in Greater
Miami through the cooperation of
the Anti-Defamation League of
i B'rith.__________________ -
erator. The program is under the
direction of David Stuzin.
Also slated is the presentation
of candidates by the nomination
committee for officers for the
ensuing year.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE ('lltci'lT I'ul'IlT or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, cmcriT
I IP ri.' IRIDA, IX AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
181,895.
MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs. I
STANLEY ARNOLD SEWITCH,
I li ifendant,
SUIT FOU DIVORCE
TO: STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH
1080 Tourmaline
Ban Diego, California
You are hereby notified that ,i
Second Amended Mill of Complaint .
for Divorce has been filed against you,
; n i you are required to serve a copy
(if your Answer or Pleading to the
Second Amended mil of Complain!
on the plaintiff's Attorney, LESTER
I.ASKY. < KAPLAN, DIETZ A
LA8KY, Esqs., 850 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
..... the Clerk "f the Ilrculi
Court mi or before the 5 day of
March, 1951, if you fail i" do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taki n aga n I
you for the relief demanded In the
BUI of 'omplalnt-
notice shall be published once
,.,,!i week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Plorlalan.
i.vi-: AND ORDERED (it Miami,
S day of Febi uary, A.D.
. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seall
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
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IN C( ll'NTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 24234.
RE: ESTATE OF
NATHAN HORN,
11, eased. ,
NOTICE is hereby given thai
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March, 1951, will apply to the Honpi -
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9,
1951
(i
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, \%\
"Bureaucratic Inquisitions" By U.S. Agents Detain DP'$
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON"You have to
iin amount of anti-
S, : tism," he said, "even inover-
, i personnel of the Army
iter-Intelligence Corps and
the Immigration Service responsi-
veeding out subversives
among displaced persons.''
.. rnmenl official, who asked
nnl to be quoted because of an
tted fear of McCarthyism.
told this reporter that "between
you and me, some of the Army
'and immigration people have the ^
typical prejudices of the rest of
the country. The Red smear is a
useful gadget for anti-Semites in
a pc sition to use it."
The interview followed a state-
ment by Arthur Greenleigh, ex-
ecutive director of the United
Service for New Americans, that
because of "petty bureaucratic"
inquisitions by our intelligence
and immigration agents, a sizeable
percentage of displaced persons i
will be denied entry under the
DP Act which expires June 30. \
Greenleigh said many DP's. who
v., 11 pi rsecuted by the Nazis. |
1 of similar attitudes
ited by some Ami rican CIC
DP's are made thi
tims of the of mal
that which confronted
Anna Rosenb Assistant
g jr of Defei who
n disproving accus
of Ci mmunist subversi n. Mc-
n ;; largely responsible
for ui le di velopmi -
nistration of the 1)1'
USNA must have ample \ i-
j=HEADV|NTURES
OF
, r irthyism as applied to DP's
built on the foundations oi
0me Immigration inspector in 'ainly a reputable' agency sup-
Munich suddenly discovers" I Ported by the Unit. ish Ap-
"which frequently pealit seems that a
number of
turns out to be gossip and mali- American agents are operating on
cious rumor." Is McCarthyism an emotional rather than obiec-
. nt in the American adminis- live basis in processing DP a. This
tive set-up in Munich and reminds Europeans of police
here* methods which they despise
The attitude of manv U.S. whether encountered under the
correspond to thi Soviet or American flag.
; I McCarthyism and Sen. It is known that some of the
I McCarran's well-publicized people we senl to denazify Ger-
i on immigration. McCarthy I many became Nazified them-
and M I' in are not the only
.) insible for the ii
duction of |
our immigration p:' They
a wav
indicati d by hist
N vi : ber. Thi re : e some wh i
C immun
techniqt
bly as
Ii (' mmun
may both b considi
win Germans
m, and if we
are to win Europeans away from
lunism, we obviously will
n 't succei d by the methods
described as in prac-
The V \ rica is spend-
llions of dollars to tell Eui -
t the A
but ex-
it what use
t to
fiv. G peech in 11s-''
'' leral i I tl fficial thinking
ccepts x- : in and anti-
out of 1 sub-
elves, v,
bl a fo m of subv :
ernment worki lere 1
acteristics of Nazi totalitarianism
which compare in man) rei
with Communist totalitarianism?
There will, however, lie no in-
..alien. Washington is too
busy investigating the Red va-
riety of subversive to fool very
much with those whose ideas are
similar to Nazism. Anyway, some
of the most vigorous investigators
might then have to invi
themselves.
nts within oui |
:t as normal. As the
ivernment official
"You hi xpect this.
nan. You fellows get ex-
1 tOO I IV."
Anti-Zionists Rap Store
Sale Of Musical Menorah
NEW YORK CITY (AJP) A
leading metropolitan department
st,ire was rapped by a unit of
the anti-Zionist American Coun-
cil for Judaism, it was learned
reek, for having sold Hatik-
: laying menorahs during the
m.
In reply to its protest. Rabbi
Elmer Berger. executive director
of the American Council for
Judaism, told the American J.ew-
ish Press that the Council's New
York executive committee re-
1 "a courteous reply and a
promise to investigate the matter
more thoroughly."
Attacking the music box gadgel
which lias proven popular among
children, the New York executive
committee wrote the department
tore, one of the l n the
city, that "to bind a reli
,1 with a foreign national
symbol is 1 i a hallowed
t."
The resolution ci '
:' this
: nl false and
|the universal religion
be fully practiced anywhere with-
n to an\ i to a
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PAGE 9 B
Oka Heads Beach
Zionist Board
judge Kenneth Oka, Miami
Beach peace justice was un-
Smously elected chairman of
,he board of directors of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District, ac-
Ahx Van Straaten,
Ok i succeeds Abraham Good-
lent of the Zionist
Organizati n of America. Been i
e in residence to New
York. G ii dman's resignation was
board, and the
ted to name him honorary
b tard for life.
Judge Oka. chairman of the
group's annual dinner last year.
vice president of the
is past exalted ruler of
i F.Iks, past president
of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce. vice!
nt of Temple Beth Sholom,
of -Miami Beach YM &
WliA and a member of the Miami
M ins and Optimists. He
lucation at the Col-
of New York and
Harvai I Law School.
Obituaries
NATHAN SELTZER
16, :i l. si,I, rn of ih- Jewish llr.ni..
for the Aged, P.d awaj on JaJfu
} "'' "fa < resident here for 12
yean coming from Carmel N i ,,"
1 retired Hebrew teacher H
Wavea a daughter. The remain ...
aent to \......ni. N .1 for
in bj Gordon 1
LEO SCHORNSTEIN
i 1819 Meridian A ,
away i
I
' l i .
Carl and Has
,""'''.'!,v ,-' Mis
Ii KappholU, all of N< V,
.1 The .. .
weri in lo Ki ., irrk |
and interment i c j
11 in,-.
air Ol < .1 \ Campaign leaders
ESTHER NAPOLI
, of 1748 M u i HI, in .... ,. ,.,,
awaj .i iii.i irj 3. Shi cam. hi n three
ago fi -iii New .l-i s-v and
her husband, John; h brother p
Mrs. MinnleOsher and
I ii
Mrs. Pearl Bchorf. all of New y ;.
i in- remains were Renl lo Mew Vork
for services and Interment by Gordon
Funeral Home.
LOUIS GROSS'
SI, retail hardware dealer of 7781
x.w. loth Ave., passed away Sunday
He I i irvlved by hli n ;... i.......a,
.mil two sons. The remains were sen!
in Ni w S/oi k for --I \ I, -s and Intel -
men! by I lordon Puni ral Home,
Prcwnf Comedy
"Nothing But The Truth."
dy hit by James
;.i ol ill be produced by
Gables Jewish Center
] Guild on March 6 at 7
P. M. at the Coral Gables
i School Auditorium.
to L mis Tanner, chair-
|man.
The production is under the di-
Ircction of Lilliam Fox of the Dra-
Imatic Academy of Miami Beach. I
1 Dialogue director is Ruth For- '
Iman. and co-ordinator Gertrude
jHcchler. Sets are being made by
lAlvin Corenblum; lighting effects,
[Henry Cain: and properties, Hel-
Icn Gerstenfeeld.
57,
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
if Mil b'.W. 21i i si
a fish
market opi ed awaj Sunday.
Survivors Include his i-. Beck; two
miiis, i larold and K >bi 11; his mother,
Mrs. Marc Goldstein, all ol Mlai
a brother, <> Gold, of Palm Beach.
Services were conducted In Gordon
funeral Chapel. Interment follow, ii in
Mi. Nebo.
AARON KANNER
Chairman "/ Trades Unit
ROSE BLOOM
57, a winter visitor, passed away
Prlday. She i- survived by her hus
|band, Abraham. Th- remali were
sent to Jersey City for services and
Interment bj l leai !i Memorial '\
1850 Alton Road,
Ilrivr-In To Open
[Saturday Night
Treasure Island, in North Bay
Village, 79th Street Causeway,
[will be the scene Saturday, Feb-
ruary 10, of the grand opening
[of the first of a chain of drive-in
ants to stretch from Flor-
ida to Maine, under the name
"Chimney Chain Florida to
IMainc."
Entertainment will be provided
I rtez and his 15 violins and
[Vocalist June Gardner, headline
attraction at Ciro's, Miami Beach
jnitery. Ciro Impressario Nat Har-
ris will be in charge.
First of the Chimney Chain was
Assigned by Robert B. Swart-
burg Nomar Construction Co. is
Phe builder. The drive-in is own-
fcd and operated bv Iris Corp., of
[which B. B. Weissberg is pres-
ent. The building, with its large
peon-lighted chimney, fronts on
filei causeway. Service to 120 cars
ps from both sides of the build-
ing. An oversize projection af-
fords shelter for patrons and car-
pops. There is also a large patio
Pnd indoor dining room. A cock-
PU lounge and dance area may
be built later.
I> brick chimney and fire-
! motif will be the outstand-
ing of all future projects
I i himney ChainFlorida to
Caine, according to Weissberg.
ne first unit, on the 79th Street
Lau.., way, will be open day and
nignt.
SYLVIA B. JULIEN
, of B30 W i Ird Co n t, passed
away In .i local hospital M.....laj. She
m.i. i he wife "f l >i Lewis Julia a id
also leaves her sons, Richard, Bruce
and Peter; her mother, Eva Bi
sister, Doroth) Slrahs, of New York;
brothers, Harry Berman, of New V,nk
and Joajeph A. Berman -l Miami Beach.
Mrs. Julien was vice president "f the
Parents-Teachers Assoi latlon of Mi-
ami Beach Senior llieh School and
was on he board of the Nautilus
School, Miami Beach, Services were
conducted at Beach Memorial Chapel,
is:,n Alton Road, wiiii Rabbi Leon
Kronixh officiating, interment took
pl.ii c in Ml. Nebo Cemetery-
MRS. BESSIE GOLDROSEN
62, of 850 Jefferson Ave.. passed
away In a beach hospital Sunday. She
came here five years ago from Glen
Cover, l,. I. and leaves her husband,
Louis, a sister, Mis. Esther Goldman of
Miami, and four brothers, Bervices
were held al 'Miami Beach River-
side" with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky
officiating;. Interment t'"ik placi In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
ABRAHAM ADELSTEIN
15. passed away on January 31 in a
local hospital. He leaves his wife,
l^iana. Mr. Adelstetn was a retired
grocer. The remains were sent to New
York for services and Interment by
Ileach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton
Road.
HYMAN GREEN
61. of sol Euolld Ave., a winter
visitor from Asbury I'ark, passed away
at home suddenly <" Saturday. He
leaves his wife, Minnie, and one
daughter. He Was B member Of Work-
man's Circle, Branch GliT, of Asbury
I'ark. The remains were sent to that
City for services and Interment by
Miami Beach Riverside."
MORRIS LASSER
"S. of 611 76th St., Miami Reach, a
winter visitor for the past 16 years.
passed away hYlday. He was a retired
liquor dealer and leaves his wife, Re-
becca. The remains were sent to
Newark, N. J., by Bench Memorial
Chapel, 1S50 Alton Road.
LOUIS A KRUGER
54. of 1200 Euclid Ave., passed away
I suddenly at his residence Saturday.
|A World War 1 Veteran, Mr. Krvmcr
was a winter visitor from Brooklyn
where the remains Mere sent for
services and Interment by "Miami
Reach Riverside." He leaves his wife,
Gertrude.
MITCHEL RALPH
54, a winter visitor for the past 10
years, passed away Monday. The re-
mains M'ere sent to New York for
sendees and interment by Reach
Memorial Chapel, 1S50 Alton Road.
KATE LEVINE
65. a winter visitor for the past 20
years, passed a May Monday. She
leaves a son, Jack, of Atlantic Reach.
L. I. The remains were sent to New
York for services and Interment by
Reach Memorial Chapel, 1860 Alton
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Levlnaon. Surviving is another
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\\'acousta, Mich., and one son Herald I
i:. of Nakomis, Fla. Th. remains were
sen! to Waoousta for services and
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wr iqth St Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Temple Isi-.. ----- _
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p.m. to 1"' taught by
will
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..:.. h, ,,
Refei llg to
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Singer. Rabbi.
,.-.,. 1. lV evenlnf services nt 1:16.
. will begin B mrlM of I
,, theme: "Jew. Whose
Have Shaped the
Win Id"
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Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Miami Beach.
cheloff.
evening
at B:80.
rvlces al 8:30. Clues!
Samuel Doctorow who will
^ VtnowV y Shalo '.* Oallj
....! Monday tl......gh
nd Sunday from
: i,. noon.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
..98 S. W. 24th Terr
Dally services i a.m. and 5:80 p.m.
Friday nlghl services ",,'::':'', S;',""'"
lay morning at Rabbi Abraham
Conareciation Kneselh Israel
(Tradu'cnal). MIS Euclid Ave.. 3198 S. W. 24tl
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. ,,,,
n m al 5:80 aacha will speak on "Portion of the
rum at S:30 p.m. Sat- week, "The Flrsl Laws of < IviIlia-
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followed by breakfast
and cultural program.
Temple Betn Snolom iLiberal),
4144 Chase Ave. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronishj Cantor
Samuel Kelemer.
iy evening services at S:15.
Rabbi Rronlsh i>l continue his series
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every week-day afternoon. Adult lie-
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West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)-
Rabbi Ezra Lifshitx.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Rabbi Esra Urshlti will officiate
at tbe servii e, Saturday morn-
iervl .ii :. th.- rabbi will speak
.:i tin Poi tion of the Week.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
North Shore JewUh Cental
(Conservative). Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium, 77th
St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip
Fried, acting rabbi.
"Goodwill a Desperate Necessity in
Our Day" will be the theme of Rabbi
i.',.,.,i s sermon this Friday evening
8:20 p.m. Boy Seoul Week and Lin-
coln's Birthday win be observed that
evening. Owes Shabbat will be given
by the Sisterhood. Religious services
. ,. ., -, held Saturday morning at
9:13 a m followed by Junior services
at 11:15. Religious school is held every
Sunday morning al 10 a m, and He-
brew scl.....i on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday al 8:80 p.m.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Late Friday evening service at 8:30.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "'The
Heartbeat of America," a tribute to
Abraham Lincoln on his birthday. Sat-
urday morning service at 9: the rabbi
will preach on tin Weekly Portion of
the Law. Bar Mltsvah of Robert
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs Charles
A. Kahn, and Robert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bishop, Saturday bible
class 1:30 p.m. followed by Shalos
S'udos. Dally service In the chapel
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the chapel, followed by breakfast in
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Hai Saturday morning '.' am. Hebrew
" / J .d.-li-h Sholom school 3 p.tn Dally Mon.-Tburs. Sun-
id a M el, n of
er of 1
bal will be
. nnd Mm SI -..'-
and Mrs Kalman
ting their
ersarj Sabbath
:i ..nd student
'' of Ral :
d Michael, son j
I M I Mr* Mui a} I Irubi r III
r M /.-. ah l luring the Frl- !
nighl es the late Isldor
will be '. I| :u the '

Congregation Beth Tiilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
' s nt 5:10 I
' t 8:10 the rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
v At 4 p.m the rabbi will
sak Mir ha al 4 so p m. followed
by Shalos Beudos and Maarlv
" ":80 a m. fol-
towed i.v class In Mlehna, Mlncha at
5:30 followed on Sundays, Tuesdays
'' W( lass in Laws and
Customs, and on Mondays and Thurs-
'.,?'' my cla*8 ln Jewish Ixgenda of
th^ Talmud.
Coral Gable* Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Joseph Malek, cantor: Steve
Kessler, organist Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Sabbath services Fridays nt 1:11
EiribiSE^*1 '"" l'-l,1'i Skoo
marking ],......( Jewish Music month
ON THE OCEAN
\*M 18th St.
Around the Corner From Copa City
Dinner Sous Les Etoiles
Phone 5-9169
.... --TV. ,, -'-..-,, .inihir Illolitn.
on The Hlsi B kground of Ten
Famous Jewish Songs.~ Hosts ,t th.
at iy.iSftSS5 1mo"l"f aenrlce
.at s.4 with rendennif of traditional
psalms by Bar-Bai Mltsvah class imd
5?'Jjretatlon of Bldrah Blbto PoVfiSn
liibSTth byir%bb,h8,,05 "WS for
, '....."h hiddush will be Mrs
^'VJ1""" '" feostor of her son
Kvv^i *V"i'?t 'he dally Hebrew
I School. Sunday at g.,- the'rabht w,
I r^Zi 1txt 2f ,be *rie "f book
*vlews on the Content of the Tsl-
day school l" a m.
Congregation loung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Services Friday nipht at 5:18; Satur-
day at '.i am Mincha nt 5:00 p m.
followed by Shal,hi Beudos. Services
Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. and 8:15,
All Young Israel members in the area
arc Invited to attend.
T'Fereth Israel Congregation oi
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.:
Saturday : a.m. All residents in that
area are invited to attend.
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyoa
Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Services daily 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.;
Mincha 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Friday
evening services at sundown.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St
Services Saturday morning at 1:00
o'clock
First Jewish Congregation ol
Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
Rabbi Da Koven will officiate at
services IV.lay at 8:15 p.m. Hebrew
cjasses dally from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Sunday school from 9:45 to 12 noon.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Hanson,
rabbi.
Services Friday st 8 p m. Dr. Ranson
will preach. Hebrew sessions Saturday
I"?' r,'"Klous school Sunday 9:45.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.
Miami Beach.
I)al!> services ?:J0 a.m. and 5:30
P.m_; Saturday morning at t a.m.
Friday evening service 5:30 p.m.
2for S^oMiw for<-J1'l'-*n of the entire
m2^? nr'",monU will be
Witt hT 1 ""'"e.w dance, and songs
be UHiaht by Botobto Uw.
r rw ra^K^^=5f
Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orlhodoxl.
Tides HoteL Miami Beach. Batm
H. Horowitz. _,|
services 6:80 P.m. Frldar W'T|
services at 7:30 a.m. and i M P "' I
Cong. Monticello Prk-"i
163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jae*
D- Katz. ,,,J
Friday evening serves .it '.'.al
Uto Friday evening s.-iaic* at ,.1
p.m. Saturday morning ','1 \" .'. jjj
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Law '-
evening services at 8:80 I1 "i -
Temple Isaiah (Reform). T>
8c Beach Club. 1 Lincoln *"
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshsy
Mann. t n I
Services Friday evening > ^
p.m. Rabbi Mann .^"'SB
The religious school Is f^ lvtH,\
at the Coburn School, 1.....> '"> n0Ot
Miami Reach from 1" "' (..rtf
Downtown Synnagogu" i> f|
erly old Beth DttvM). ^
3rdAve. Rabbi Marvin Zfff.)
Friday evening service at ^
urday at 8:30 a.m. The """^fc
speak on the Portion of tn Mj|lfh,
Study group meets at ^'',wi' suit
at 5:30 followed by Shslos .^JX*
and Maarlv. Daily servn;e .> ,.t it
and 5:46 Sunday morni is
8;3- f3 (Or**
Congrsx^Ltion Beth '-^
dox). 590S-W. JiJTJSi
Murray Grauer. Cantor J
Tambor. 5:]5 p"j
Friday evening services a,0 M&
Friday evening forum at ^ 1 f.rauer will preach on 8:J0*
of Uncoln." 8,urd,'h> portion of*
Rabbi will preach on the ^.ed *
Week. Mlncha at 6.30 'rHti,
Shalos Sudos. Junior <** FuJ^ i
Saturday 10 a.m. to nooj relUf*^
school 10 to 18 noon U* L, r.*
ehool 1:80. to -3 I MIS'** *
Talmpd tas- <-2 ^""jjiidos.
5:10 followed by ShaK a


FfflDAY^FEBRUARY 9, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
r.ir BSSEN, Plaintiff, vs.
BHffltBERT ESSEN, Defendant.
co TJpographloal Union
{ni..n Square and Uth Street
tfav York, N. Y.
Yoiiarr hereby notified that a Hill
f Complaint for Divorce has been
fi'l .wauist you and you are hereby
l',uiii.Ml "> serve B *',v of your
ISwer 1!" I "" Ptahltffra attorney.
u'iltX M. FAF.ER, 112 Congress
nulklinc, Miami, Florida, and file
Seorlflnal In the office of the Clerk
nf the Circuit Court Od or before the
?h dav of March, 1951. otherwise a
pro confesso will be entered
ralnst I'OU.
I ni Miami. Florida, thla 80th
iuv of January, 1951.
oa> B. II. LEATHERMAN,
I nerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
(U By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
J/J-M6-I3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Kittys Market at 7312 N.W. 7th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County,
BETTY JEAN GIORDANO
I JOSEPH PARDO
I All ney for iwner
: Si bold Bldg.
!
In He: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL WoLF,
Deceased.
Tu"fr"",,'H1"1"1 AM Persons Hav-
Estate '"" "'";""]" Agalnal Said
n.Ti'f",'' i"'"'. "h ,of you- arp herebv
claims and demands which you or
either of you, may have ogalnst the
estate Of SAMUEL VTOLF, deceased
:;; MkD?,d0< ""> Florida, to the
1 J; lHanton, County judge of
Dade County, and flic the same in his
?Sm J." '"" County Courthouse In
5S". Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald claims or
demands to contain the legal address
or the claimant and to be aworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or name
Tail it 517**; S'" *""'> UO of the
193.1 Probate Act.
Date January 26, AD. 1951.
ESTHER WOIjr
As Executrix of the Last win and
Testament of SAMUEL WOLF
Deceased.
PA 1.1/ )T. BILVER, TATIIAM.
ABDO & MULLOY
Attorneys for Executrix
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT
nt ri."i;n>A IN AND For ham;
(MISTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
UAROARET SIDNEY PINKOSKY,
Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL PINKOSKY,
.ant.
r
'ORPORAL MICHAEL PINKOSKY,
U 111537,
II.Im- and Hdqs, Sod. 2d Air Division
A. P. 0, II, c/o Postmaster,
New Fork, New York
rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i Complaint for Divorce has been filed
f you, and you are hereby re-
paired to serve a copy of your answer
t> the complaint on plaintiffs at-
iiniey. LEONARD L. KIMHALL, 412
Kress Building, Miami, Florida, and
le the original answer in the office
It the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
before March 5, 1951, in default of
hieh the complaint will be taken as
l against you.
Dated this 30th day of January.
E. II. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
ircuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
K-9-11-13 DPPU,V C,Prlc'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COl'NTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN' AND FOR DADE COUNTY
r''UKluA- N PROBATE, X:
Z5133.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MORTON SAM 1AGAN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MORTON SAM PAGAN,
deceased, late of Dade Countv, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. HLANTON, County
Judge of Dado County, and file the
same in his office in the County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida", within
eight calendar months from tho date
of tho first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the legal
address, of tho claimant and to he
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred. See Section
120 of tho 1933 Probate Act.
Date January 16. A.I). 1951.
EVELYN S. HERSHBETN,
As Administratrix of the Estate of
MORTON SAM FAGAN, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administratrix
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
. NAME LAW
[NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
p.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
rusmess under tho fictitious name of
IV. ->.. APARTMENT* at number
Ew-iTM Byron Avc, in the City of
>ami Reach, Florida, Intends to
fglster the said name with the Clerk
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
I,,,, SARAH KARBAL
AMD P. C.vis MAN
|t'oii.y f.,r A,,,,Ih-ant
Di Uncoln Road nidg. .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
|v, ,.,.,,. NAME LAW
3 HEREBY GIVEN that
r said name
rcult Court of
[,," '"{end to registei
r- '; lerk of the Clrc
"' ounty, Florida
"'-l.jl'll SHAPIRO. Trustee
,'A\ DA. MAGDOL, Trustee
v J\A N BROWN, Trustee
iAXFM.N QREENWALD
I' NI 'WMAN-CTUU> TrUS,e
Want (Not mo
P"1' Reach, Florida
1 :'3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
iltVPira NAME LAW
k I IS "EREBT GIVEN that
n 1--!""l'.,'l-s;ri,u-' *W In
I under the fictitious name of
t;;, ,,; discount company
I > at 4151 N. w. 16th strct.
| Florida, intend oo reN
,'.' name with the Clerk of the
:sn;N;;v";A^vi;-R,"u""'-1-
", for Applicant
in Road
I i' h, Florida
c 1-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
line \i "'., '" Washington
id,i ,,u"." Beach. Florida! In-
rk of ,'i~'s,'.r Si,i'1 """' lth the
f"niy? Florid^ '* Curt "f ";"'''
PWArSCB ABRAjaKW
i, [r Applicant
n Road
"!'. Florida
- 'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE, No.
25 310.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LEAH FIXJRENCE NELKEN,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yo*c and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of LEAH FLORENCE NELKEN
i!e,eased, late of Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, to the Hon. W. F. Rlanton,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office In the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of tho claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act.
Date January 26, AD. 1151.
CORINNE SARTORH'S
As Executrix of he Last Will and
Testament of I.EA1I FLORENCE
NELKEN, Deceased.
DE COSTAS. MAER & FLOYD
606-S Biscayne Building
Miami 32. Fla.
Attorneys for Executrix
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Warren Supply at :ith N.W. 50th
Street, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
EUGENE R. KATZ
JAMES I1KKSI.. >\V
E8TELLE B. BRESLOW
2/2-9-16-23
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
111104.
ALICE SMITH. Plaintiff, vs.
CHARLES SMITH. Defendant.
To: CHARLES SMITH
17 Dundas street
Edinburgh 3, Scotland
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
copy of which is enclosed hei i lOi,
on Plaintiff's attorney, and file Un-
original in tin- office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dole County.
Florida, on or before the 21st day Of
February, 1*51, otherwise the allega-
tions Of said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you. .
Dated: Miami. Florida, this 12nd day
of January, 1951. .....
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Beal) __,-
By WM. W. stock inc.
Deputy Clerk.
SAMIKl, .1. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
Inn? olvmpin lluilding
Miami 32. Florida
1/26 2/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
FI lA'l4, ^,V,,,lrr '"' THE
IV Vvn "I,|AI- CIRCUIT,
Fromi\J KoH DADB COUNTY
13S3461 ~~ IN C11A-N,'1'-RV, No!
"iNlitt'i\,A-''1',':ltS' PklntlK. vs.
LILLIAN ALPER8, Defendant
You LILLIAN ALPERS, SI Ridge
r. ,',', P*w York Clty' Nw Tor arS
requhed to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Rill of Uomplalnt* for
Hprar,mS., i''"lntlff'H attorney,
"rll.li.il In tl. offi.e of the t'U-ik of
this l.ourt on or before March 2. PC.I
been, e",'1 '"""" ''"' *& wll
De entered against von.
DATED January 11, m.-.i
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Beal)
By it. II. RICE, jr.,
T o 16 3 Deputy Clerk.
... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'V'A- <'''.!'' IT COURT "" THE
v \v>."[. JI'"I,"'AD CIRCUIT,
m, u.V "": |,A|,1': COUNTY,
JRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No!
Y1rT^\,s'A""u'SKV- Plaintiff, vs.
JAI OB SADOW8KY, Defendant.
You, JACOB 8ADOWSKY, Residence
I nknown. are required to serve lt cooy
Of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiffs at-
torney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file tho original In the office of the
, '"'*,"' tn Court on or before March
i, i : i. otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
reeso will be entered against you.
DATED January 30, 1851.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By it. II. RICE, jr.,
2/2-9-16-23 DePU,y C'erk-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Tho 20th Street Self Service Laundry
and Dry Cleaning Agency at ,",os N.W
20th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said namo with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NATHAN AARON
PAUL FOX
1/26 1/1-9-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersign, d, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Mel-Shell Apartments at 1046 N. W.
3rd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dado Countv,
Florida.
RUBEN MARGOLIS
and
SYLVIA MARGOLIS
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicants
718 Pan American Bank Bldg.
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDANo. 23,246.
RE: ESTATE OF
JESSIE WALTON ARRINGTON
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of Jessie Walton Arrington,
deceased; and that on the 5th day of
March. 1951, I will apply to the
Honorable W. I". HLANTON. County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final reiiort and for
final discharge as Executor of the
Estate of Jessie Walton Arrington, de-
ceased.
Thla 31st day of January. 1951.
WILLIAM A. ARRINGTON,
Executor, Estate of Jessie Walton
Arrington, dee'd.
ELRY STONE
Attorney for Executor
loin Congress Building, Miami, Fla.
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Southern Merchandise at US 28th
street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVID ISRAEL
IRVING WISCH
GEORGE KATZ
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FY>R DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
118152.
RUTH KATZ, Plaintiff, vs. HYMAN
KATZ. Defendant
TO: HYMAN RATE,
1150 Grand Concourse,
Bronx, New York
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to tile the original answer In the
..in. of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 5 da> of March,
A D 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
you.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
:tl dav of January. 1951.
i: \: LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade county, Florida,
(Circuit Courl Seal)
B] WM. W STIICKING,
Deputy cl.rk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1021 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida
1 1-9-:'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO.
25279.
In Re: ESTATE OF ABRAHAM N.
'KioDMAN. also known as ABRA-
HAM GOODMAN. ABE 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
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN,
etc., deceased, late of Miami Beach,
Dado County, Florida, to the Hon.
. F. Iilanton, County Judge of Dado
County, and file the same p, his office
in tho County Courthouse in Dado
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
bo barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date January 11th, A.D. 1951.
LILLIAN GOODMAN,
As Administratrix of the Estate of
ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN, also
known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN,
ABB GOODMAN, and A. N. GOOD-
MAN. Deceased.
IRVING CYPEN,
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Administratrix
1/19-26 2/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage iji
business under the fictitious name of
BOUTHGATE CENTRE c/o Palms
Motel. 6600 S. Dixie Highway. South
Miami, Dade County, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun.ty.
Florida.
SAMUEL B, FREEDMAN
STANLEY ItASKIN
AMY FREEDMAN
ELAYNE RASKIN
GENET K GENET
Attorneys for all parties
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
15150.
In Re: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM IRA BERRY,
1 ii .eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may hav.- against the
estate of .WILLIAM IRA BERRY, de-
ceased, late of Dade County, Florida,
to tho Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County
Judge f.f Dade County, and file tin
same In his office in the I !ounty Court -
house in Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Bald
claims or demands to contain the legal
address of the claimant and to he
worn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same will be barred
Dato Januarv 22. AD 1951.
JOSEPH PARDO.
As Administrator of the Estate of
WILLIAM IRA BERRY, Deceased.
J. F. GORDON
914 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Administrator
1/26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE!
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
137812.
MICHAEL ANGELICO. Plaintiff, vs.
MARY ANGELICO, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY ANGELICO
c/o MARY ABEDELAHAD
423 East ll.-.th Street
New York City, New York
You MARY ANGELICO, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 813
Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in tho office of the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court on or before the 12 day
of Feb., 1951. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded ill
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11 day of Jan., A.D. 1901.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Daile County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN. ESQ.,
S23 Seybold Bldg.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
137949.
MARIA J. J LANDRY, Plaintiff, vs.
ROGER LANDRY. Defendant.
TO ROGER LANDRY. DEFENDANT:
You are required to serve a copv
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint upon the plaintiffs attorney,
MORTON ROTHENBERG, M0 Lincoln
Road, Miami Bench, Florida, and file
tho original In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
February 16, 19.il; otherwise, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this 16 day of Januarv, 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 namo of
MAYFAIR ACADEMY FOR LITTLE
FOLKS at ::.'.! Hay Harbor Terrace.
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to regis-
ter sairl name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
BARBARA MAYFAIR
(sole owner)
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Applicant
42 Miami Beach, Fla.
1/26 2/2-9-16
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AND
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PHONE 9-3836
t N. 2nd ST. MIAMI St. FLA.
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NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In
business ander the fictitious name of
BOULEVARD AUTO DRIVING
SCHOOL AND DRIVER CLINIC at
Biscayne Boulevard at 19th BtreeJ,
Miami, Florida, int.lids to register
said name with the Clerk of tho
Circuit Court of Dade County) Florida.
W. J. 4HII1) CARLSON
DE COSTAS, MAER FLOYD,
Attorneys for W. J. (Bill) Carson
606-8 Biscayne Building,
Miami 32. Florida
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
137S34.
BERNARD FELDMAN, Plaintiff, vs.
ELSIE FELDMAN. Defendant.
You. ELSIE FELDMAN, 1101 Tr.th
street. Brooklyn, New York, are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Rill of Complaint for divorce
on plaintiff's attorney and file the
Original in the of/Ice of tho Clerk of
this Court on or before February 10,
1961, otherwise a Decree Pro Cotifesso
will be entered against vou.
Dated January 11, 1951.
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(Circuit Court Beal)
By R. H RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Plaintiff's Attorney
927 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
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
PALMS MOTEL at 6600 S. Dixie
Highway, South Miami, Dade County.
Florida, Intend to register said namo
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL It. FREEDMAN
STANLEY RASKIN
AMY FREEDMAN
ELAYNE RASKIN
GENET & GENET
Attorneys for all parties
1/19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i IF FLORIDA, IN AND l'i IR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
13781S.
JOSEPHINE GRSKOVICH, Plaintiff,
VS. JOSEPH GRSKOVICH, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JOSEPH GRSKOVICH
428 West 4Srd Street
New York City, N V
You. JOSEPH GRSKOVICH, 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 Rill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorn.'. Ben Essen, 823
Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office ,f the Clerk c.f the Circuit
court on or before the 12 day of Feb.,
1951, if you fall to do so, judgment by
dj-fauit will be taken against y.. i for
the relief demanded in tho Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Th,. Jewish Florldian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ll day of Jan.. A.D. 1951.
H. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
citjcuit Court. Dole County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. SHOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
823 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/19-26 8/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADFJ
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
137953.
ROSLYN TAUB, Plaintiff, vs. MAX
TAUB, Defendant.
TO: MAX TAUB.
c/o St. Francis Hotel.
47th Street & Broadway.
New York City, New York.
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
.f I ice of the Clerk of tho Circuit
Court on or before the 19 day of
February, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, hereto-
fore filed herein, will bo taken as
confessed by yotl.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
16 day of January, 1951.
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, llor.l.i.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: It. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
1. 19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
138161.
\\.\ KLOPPER, Plaintiff, vs. CARL
KLt (PPER, I vfendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CARL KLOPPER
1-:: Orange Street
Newark, New Jersey
You. CARL KLOPPER, are be:
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against yoU,
and you are required to serve s copy
of your Answ.i- or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on tin- plaintiff's
Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 823
Seybold Bldg Miami. Florida and
filo the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the ci.rk ,.f the Circuit
Court on or before the -'I ii.t. of
February, 1951. if you fall to do so.
Judgment bj default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published .
each week for four consecutive Wi
in Th.- Jew Mi Florldian.
1 INE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21 dav of Januarv, A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl
Circuit Court, D.nie County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
REN BS8EN, ESQ.,
S23 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/26 2/2-9-16


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Je*lsf>ncr***L
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951

: From A Folk Song To A Folk Chorus
t- -n.. nrv VflMF.V
Music Director of Miami Beach
Jewish Center and Conductor of
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus
The Jew has always sung,
whether in joy or sorrow. Singing
was always a part of his daily
living. Everyone singseach his
own tune.
The "Yiddishe Mame" sings her
little one a hearty lullaby, and as
she rocks her "Yankele her
songs express the dream that he
Will study Torah, he will write
holv books and grow up to be a
healthy and righteous man.
The barefooted children sing as
thev run through the dirty, twist-
ed "allevs, and their little voices
resound through the gloomy
streets.
The religious Jew sings, and
with him his whole family en-
thusiastically sings the warm
"zmiroth" welcoming the Sabbath
The Hassidim sing with heaven-
ly ecstasy, their enchanting "ni-
g'unim" (melodies) and clap then-
hands and dance as they gather
around their rabbi"s table.
The 'Shammes" (sexton) sings
with long drawn mystical tones in
the still of the night, as he beats
his stick and calls the Jews to the
midnight service "Slichoth."
The worker in the workshop
- his songs of want and op-
pression. With i '-- he calls to
fellow workers to unite and fight
1 humane living conditions. The
'ba! hagele" (coachman) sings
with biting sarcasm about his
s and about h:s own
xnisi ry.
The maiden pours out her love
with and pathos and in-
nocence a -igs of her be-
loved.
The "badchen" (jester. Jewish
minstrel) sings his songs to the
bride, at the wedding, accom-
ied by the "klezmer coppelie"'
(mus ; the fiddler moves
ride and the women to tears
with his sentimental melod
Avrohom Goldfadden. founder
of the Yiddish Theatre, what a
;. at joy he brought to the Jew-
. t and home! With his
S ngs he :!. aroused and
encouraged the Jewish people to
overcome their despair. Which
nber the operet-
tas Bar-Kochba. Shulamith, Di
Bobe Yachne? How many .'
>.... Iri n .. e :
the strains of "Rezinkes mit
:.: ndlen?" And the tragic
and begg e seg-
ment- : : Ik-lore helped to cul-
tivate and enrich our Jewish
xnu
This '.:; musical folk-
ways -jul ol
cur people, the Jewish
By BEN YOMEN
Paterson. N. J. chorus, whose
singers were mostly weavers from
Lodz, Poland. He also helped or-
ganize the National Workers Alli-
ance chorus in New York, which
he conducts to this day. The
Workmen's Circle formed Yiddish
choruses throughout the land,
with M. Pirozhnikov. M. Posner,
Michel Gelbard, Henry bbftt
' H Volovitch and Lazar V. emei a.-
conductors. The present day New
York Workmen's circle chorus,
conducted by Weiner. is among
the outstanding choruses mine
: U S. The repertoire of the above
choruses is sung in Yiddish pre-
dominantly. The Halevy choruses,
inspired by the German Jews,
; sang mostly Hebrew and English
songs. ,
In 1925. Jacob Schaefer found-
ed the Jewish Music Alliance
which helped organize Yiddish
folk choruses in the principal
cities of the U.S. and equipped
them with repertoire, and con-
ductors. Today, there are 32 such
choruses, an outgrowth of tms
parent organization. The Greater
Miami Jewish Folk Chorus, form-
ed seven years ago. is one of them.
Louis Pawesky, a local musician.
its first conductor. Since
1947. Ben Yomen, the author of
this article, has served as con-
ductor of this chorus of 64 mixed
voices, the only one of its kind in
the south. Its re] toire con-
S sts of Yiddish, Hebrew and
English songs and cantatas. It
is a struggling self supporting
cultural organization. which
serves the entire Greater Miami
community,
The development and growth of
folk choruses in the U.S. natu
led to the birth of Jewish com-
posers and conductors for them,
such as, Low, M. Posner. M
Gelbard. Schaefer, w. :ner. Vlad-
imir Heifetz, Nathan Samaroff,
Samuel Bugatch, Paul Held.
te Rauch, Ben Yomen. Max
I Helfman, H. Volovitz. Henry
, Lefkowitz and others. Most of
Jewish musicians, received
their musical education in the
; U.S.. and a number of them are
se rs and conductors of
music as well, Hun-
- of compositions were cre-
ated by these composers, from an
arrangement of a folk song to an
rial cantata or oratorio,
celebration of Jewish Music
h should be the culmination
of our year round efforts to bring
Jewish music to all the Jewish
le. This demonstration of the
al achievements of our com-
munity, in the form of a Jewish
festival, will stand as a
.' tribute to the Jewish
pie.
-.. to
int n A
Wh I have are
Jewisl | be per-
formed side by side v
versa] music in the great c i
halls of the U.S. and come from
the mouths of the common
people?
In 1914. the Jewish socialist
Chicago organized the first J.
workers cl the U.S. con-
ducted young conductor.
Jacob Schaefer. In 1920. the man
who was to become dean of Jew-
in America and 1th
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PAGE 2 B Jewish Tlcrklian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9.1951 Eight Rabbis Are Called To Service NEW YORK — Eight rabbis called up for chaplaincy service in the American Armed Forces— the first to enter service under the chaplaincy availability (voluntary draft) plan of the three rabbinical bodies here—have been commissioned, it was announced by Rabbi Max B. Davidson, of Perth Amboy, chairman of the division of religious activities of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB). They will enter the service in February. It was in October that the chaplains received ecclesiastical endorsement from the division, which represents the three branches of the American Rabbinate. Processing of new chaplains by the military takes four months. With the first group of chaplains in. it is anticipated that the process will be speeded up and that there will be a regular flow of chaplains adequate to meet the religious needs of Jewish men in the armed forces, Rabbi Davidson said. Entrance into the armed forces of the eight chaplains—and the two who recently went on active duty from the Reserve—will bring the total of full-time American Jewish chaplains throughout the world to 37. Of this number, four are in Korea, one is in Japan, three are enroute to the Far East •and Pacific area, and five are in Germany and Austria. At the request of the military. JWB, in cooperation with the three rabbinical organizations, undertook to recruit 111 Jewish chaplains for the armed forces by July 1951. Eighteen were in service at the start of the drive. In addition to the 37 full-time Jewish chaplains now on dutv, there are more than 200 part-time Jewish chaplains -serving at military installations and veterans hospitals in this country. The eight chaplains to go on active duty are: Irwin Blank, of Temple Emanu-El. New YorkHerbert Brichto, of the Monroe.'! N. Y., Jewish Council; Aaron] Gewirtz, of the United Hebrew Congregation, Kevport. N J • Solomon Gordon, of Beth Shalom People s Temple, Brooklyn, N Y %  Azriel Grishman, of New Or]l a ns La ; A 'bert J. Leeman. of the West Haven. Conn.. Jewish Community Center: Seymour M V f Con g'"egation B'nai Israel, Toms River. N. J. : and, Reuven Siegel. of Temple B'nai I Abraham, Newark, N. J. The two I new chaplains on active dutv from the Reserve are Norman F. teldheym. Congregation Emanu£.1, ban Bernardino, Cal.. and IsA,fc Ger ^ c r v C <>nsre aUon Agudas Ach.m. Fitchburg, Mass. Chaplains Blank. Brichto, Gordon Grishman, Feldhevm and Gerber are members of the CenR?hh,F'/S 7 nce of American Rabbis (Reform): Chaplains Leeman. Panitz and Siegel are affili aW with the RabbiSaYA !" H A A .T ric a


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TJttfr FEBRUARY 9, 1951 ^Jewistifhridttar? PAGE 11 A Center Prepares For Opening Of Jewish Museum Chai les Fruchtman, chairman of th,. committee in charge of the uermanent branch of the Jewish Museum to be housed in the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces that he received word from Dr. Stephen S. Kayser, curator of the Jewish Museum, that (h e exhibit will be centered around an old American Torah ArkThis permanent exhibit of Jewish arl objects, for which a special hall has been set aside in the building, is now being I The exhibit will conHOO objects taken from the iii ures in the possession of wish Museum in New York hich is owned by the Jewish Theological Seminary of play will feature all Jewish ritualistic art and number of very rare inding objects. Among be one of the oldest I nee Seder Plates for v i r festival. play will be open to at all times and will I pei iodically. Hadassah Medical Organization Ball To Be Held At Beach Auditorium OIilii:iri&• ^"/IXKKKsi-.,,. toSoz.J.49 S Lbs. %  %  '* i\ i it,*s i Lb. :;i,' B^.'lJlANlZED MINNOW BlCKETS. Re,. 18.50 '] %  '•.[*•' %  CRAB TRAPS -• $1.50 ea. 5M> £" BRASS 7Z Roi PLl'QH •-•"• $1.40 each "• |;;LAM..S.-2 BURNBR8 Ifl i %  %  |i:r^v 1 -.V Ml s '' s,N ( *'-': I^RNER, HK $11.95 The woman selling the greatest number of tickets for the first annual Hadassah Medical Organization Ball to be sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturday evening. February 17, will be selected "Queen of the Ball." Participating will be the 11 groups comprising the chapter. Mrs. Alexander Kogan, vice president of the chapter, is chairman of the event. The hospitality committee will consist of the following presidents: Mrs. Milton i Sirkin, Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Morris Alpert. Hanna Se-1 nesch Group; Mrs. Louis Goldman Theodore Herzl Group: Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Stephen S. Wise \ Group; Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Melvin Wcinkle. Menorah Group; Mrs. Bernard C. Fuller, Deborah Group; Mrs. Isabel s. Altholz, Henrietta Szold Group: Mrs. Moe Feingold. Mt. Scopus Group: M Irving Westin, Israi Ii Group; Miss Rosalyn Klein. .Miami B & P Group: and Miss Marguerite Marx, Miami Beach B & P Group. Floor show will be headed by the well-known dance team of Adela and Chico Lopez. 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. Over 3,000 are expected to attend. Hebrew Teachers Will Hold Banquet March 25 Plans are being formulated by the Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami for its annual banquet to be held on Sunday, March 25, at .8 p. m. at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. George Goldberg has been named chairman of the event. Proceeds will go toward the welfare fund of the Hebrew teachers. Card Party Planned Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women will sponsor a card party on Monday, February 12, at 8:30 p. m. at the Wofford Hotel, Miami Beach, Proceeds are earmarked for community service projects. Book Review Will Highlight Meeting Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review James Ullman's "River of the Sun" at the next meeting of the Physicians' Wives Club of Greater Miami on Wednesday, February 14, at 8:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Adler, 2801 Anderson Road, Coral Gables. New officers of the group areMrs. Paul Plotkin, president; Mr.?. Martin Bell, first vice president; Mrs. Adler, second Vic* president; Mrs. Sol Goldman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Saul Kaplan, recording secretary; Mrs. Julian Rickles treasurer; and Mrs. William Wickman, publicity. Oscar Levant, piano star in the concert, radio and motion picture field, will be soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, February 12, at the Miami High Auditorium. Both concerts will begin at 8:30 p.m. Mr. Levant will be featured in George Gershwin's Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra, while the orchestra will offer Overture to the opera, "Colas Breugnon," by Dmitri Kabalevsky, Beethoven's Symphony in C major. No. 1, Op. 21. Saint Saens' Prelude to "Le Deluge," and Polka and Fugue from the opera, "Shvanda," by Weinberger. %  V %  ftif" Grand Rabbi Korf f Will Visit Here Grand Rabbi Jacob I. Korff of Dorchester, Mass.. popularly known as "Der Zviller Rebbe" is scheduled to arrive in Miami on Monday, February 12. The noted Chassidic leader will be received hv a delegation of New England Jewish leaders vacationing in Florida. Scion of a long line of Chassidic rabbis, he is a direct descendant of Rabbi Israel Bacl Shem Tov, founder of the Chassidic movement in the 17th century. The youngest chief rabbi to serve European Jewry, he was the chief spiritual leader of Zvehel known as Novogrod-Wolynsk in the Ukraine. During the first world war, the changing regimes which pogromIzed the Jewish community kept him as hostage, forcing the people to pay ransom for his release. When the Russians came in the border city which was under Poland for several months. a Catholic priest found haven in the rabbi's home and not even under the threat of the firing sciuadron would he divulge the whereabouts of the priest. During 'one of these pogroms his first-wife was murdered. The Grand Rabbi is considered one of the greatest Talmudic authorities of our time. He is the author of many works dealing with contemporarv problems in %  the light of the Talmud. During his stay in Miami. Grand Rabbi Korff will make the Tides Hotel his headquarters. He will be joined here by his son. Rabbi ; Samuel I. Korff, spiritual leader of Congregation Kehilath Jacob, Mattapan. Mass.. who has been in Miami for the past few weeks. A series of functions in honor of the visiting Chassidic dignitary is being planned bv his friends. Included is a special "Kabbolas Ponim" or reception. Abraham Close and Morris E. Baker of Boston are heading the reception committee and Cantor Berelc Kelemcr is in charge of arrangements. IkVili Ja<*ob To Honor ll.-ilihi Al Testimonial (Continued from Page 1 A) Jacob has become known as the largest orthodox congregation in Florida. Alfred A. Lesser will be the toastmaster at the testimonial and Rabbi Eliezer Silver of Cincinnati, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, will deliver the principal address. Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld, vice president of the RabbinicaJ Assembly of the Bronx, and father-in-law of Rabbi Mescheloff, will offer greetings. M. B. Frank and David Goldstein, honorary presidents of the congregation, will also pay tribute. David Whitman, president, will give the congregational message. Mrs. Alfred Lesser will speak for the sisterhood, while Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will speak on behalf of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, of which Rabbi Mescheloff is secretary. A musical program will be presented by the orchestra of Irving Pietrack, violinist and composer. Sam Scherzler will be the vocalist. FIRST choice for second helpings AMMi&ll HEALTH JUNE^ i %  BEST BUTTER •$* MANISChT chicken soup % %  BY THI BAKERS Of MANISCHIWITZ MATZO D E F I N I T E :L Y Kosher I'hirkons See it Alive—Slaughtered Under Jtabbinical Supervision Pullets 55c Live WL Yearlings ^ Liye m Fryers Our grade TOPS over 50 year* Special Prices to Kosher Restaurants Any siie pullets, caponettes. broilers Herman Poultry g7 Washingon Ave. (Beach) 681839 237 N.W. Sth St. (Miami) 3-7584 FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Milzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION S U P E RIOR! The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth H 1 D 2 is displayed: 2. And to buy only chickens with the ring oi the G.M.V.H. u 1 O J as this is the only identification which proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; AND ANNOUNCES That signs such as "Traditional Dinners." "Jewish Meals," "Koher Style," "Jewish Style," or "Sacramental Wine is Served," definitely do not assure kashruth. For Further Information Concerning Kashruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Telephone 5-3595 Harry Sirkin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. Lobel. Treas.



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ihd^wiislb-IEIIiQipidliiayn Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 1351 PRICE: TEN CENTS ICJA Swings Into Action In Trade Profession Front llialeah-Springs Dedication Kites Set For Sundav tial and sp< he 1951 Combined completed, the, swinging into high trade and professional week. c .. • W U1 be a special I be sponsored by %  ; professional unit ,: Judge Samuel S. I Kings County Court, Februa:v 15. at 6:30 p.m. at the rh Athletic Club Born in Roumania, Judge %  Lejb.'-.v %  •..• was brought to America Khis parents in 1897. He gradluated f-om Cornell Law School land was admitted to the New lYork Bar in 1915. Specializing in Icriminal law. the young attorney Isoon acquired a national reputation. He was elected judge in 1940 |to servo f r a period of 14 years. Co-guests of honor at the affair l-will be Judges George E. Holt. I Joe Morns and Abe Kanner. Ijudqe Holt will introduce the distinguished New York jurist. Chairman of the dinner is Aaron Kanner. trades unit chairman, who will be assisted by the divisional chairmen. On Sunday. February 11. at m. the liquor division will hold a brunch in the King Arthur Room of the Saxony Hotel. Jeanne Daman. Catholic heroine of the n underground, will be prii pal speaker. Ben Danbaum. chairman. Leo Chaikin and Marvin Rauzin, co-chairmen, are in the affair. Miss D iman will also address a lunchei n meeting of the accountants livision on Monday, Febat 12:15 p.m. at the Seas Restaurant. Co-chairf the event are Harry Blumin and David Stuzin. on Miss Daman's calendar .ncheon to be given by the matron's division of the women's gift unit on Tues i February 13. at 12 noon at Westview Country Club. Mrs. F Gould is chairman of the ev Her aides include Mrs. Warren Bernstein. Mrs. Sam Coolick and Mrs. Maurice Orovitz. Scheduled to hear the former Belgian schoolmistress on Wednesday. February 14. at 6:30 p.m. at the Sovereign Hotel are the members of the building trades division. Chairman of the dinner is Ira C. Walsey. Assisting him is Dan Ruskin. Plans are being formulated for : a junior unit rally to be held on Sundav. February 18. at 2.30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. .Big league baseball player. Al "Flip" Rosen, will be on hand to greet those who attend. A committee headed by Mrs David Pollack is working on details for the life luncheon of the women's gift unit. Serving on the committee are Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. Mrs. Abe Greenberg, Mrs. Robert Rodenberg and Mrs. Morris Skop. event. Following an address by Miss Daman at the meeting of the Miami Beach Apartment House Association at the Central Beach Elementary School on Monday night, the apartment house workers in the 1951 CJA campaign met on Wednesday afternoon at Federation headquarters to organize for the drive. This meeting was addressed by Aaron Kanner. Meyer Teigman is charman of the apartment house unit. Members of the winter residents unit at a lunch meeting last Monday at Federation headquarters initiated steps to clean up their phase of the campaign. This unit is under the chairmanship of Jack Ablin. Dedication cererr. dies for the -'.' Sprini oity Cent plet I a 951 B. 4th Ave H Id on Beth Jacob To Honor Rabbi Mescheloff At Testimonial Banquet Sunday Night nd of Beth Jacob Congregathe organization otrheGreaWc will gather to pay tribute to Miami Jewish Federation the ir spiritual leader. Rabbi YMH A of Miami Beach.the Mi es Mescheloff. at a testimonial ami Beach Zionist Distnct and banquet on Sundav. February 11. t he Greater Miami Hebrew Aca Bl 7 30 p.m., at David Whitman demy. Hall of the svnagogue. Organizer and first chairman "The past 13 years have seen of the Greater Miami Zionist Rabbi Mescheloff in a role of Youth Commission, Raobi awsleadership in the growth of the cne loff is at present its treasurer. Greater Miami Jewish communiHe has been a member of tne outy, Judge Bernard A. Frank, ami Beach Boy Scout Council and has also frequently appeared on the radio round table of the Conference of Christians and Jews. He is honorary president ofthe Greater Miami Mizrachi Organization, which he helped establish. A former vice president of the Rabbinical Council of America he now serves on its executive board, and is a regular contributor to its yearly manual of sermons. His article on "Procedure in Obtaining a Religious Jew sh Divorce" forms a chapter in the legal volume on "Florida Law of the Family. Marriage and Divorce" published in 1950 by James M. Carson. Rabbi Mescheloff has Published one text book on the subject "Jewish Observance and ure monies" and is now writing a dissertation on legal and social asnects of Judaism, as a part of JEKhmth. tht rabbi Ii.s rved S*M MM % %  HllW (Continued on Pas. U A) i u n d a v Febuary :;. %  .a been mnounced b y Mrs. Irene Becker, chairman of he arrangements. and he: •o-chairman. Dr N'athan Friedk -w w nan. (^ rA Principal %  .jMi B| peakers will be Stanley C Myers. Gelran former president of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds, and Dr. Wm. Wexler of Atlanta. Ga.. recently elected president of the Southeastern Region of the Jewish Welfare Board. The invocation will be given byRabbi Morris A. Skop. the benediction by Rabbi Philip Fried. Invited to attend the ceremonies are Mayor 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, president of the Jewish Centers Association: Gus Jacobson, executive director of JCA; Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education: Judge Sam Silver president of B'nai B'rith Council. The Adult Choral Group will give several musical selections and the Hebrew school children will also participate in the event. The new edifice, completed on January 1 of this year, was constructed by Leo Gelvan. Officers of the group include Philip P. Lvons. president: Nathan Becker, vice president: Harold Lebow. second vice president; John Strunin, treasurer: Mrs. Jane Robinson, recording 'secretary. Mrs. Leon Silverman. I corresponding secretary: Dr. Nathan Friedman, financial secretary. Assisting with arrangements are Mrs. Ada Roseman and Mrs. Rose Briggs. Three Jews Named To Art, Letters Institute NEW YORK. JTA — Ita Jews were named among writ lists p in %  Li tl T nst tut erbersj %  "" -"• --" rapher: Lionel Trillu tic and teacher, and Peter Blume. Russian-born pair.: Membership in the Institute is awarded because the works of the creative artists are judged 1to achieve a permanent place in American culture. Britain's Policy On War Crimes Is Attacked LONDON. (JTA)—The British government was called on Sunday to disassociate itself from the statement by its High Commissioner in Germany, Jyone Kirkpatrick. announcing willingness to reconsider all war crimes cases "in view of the changed circumstances" following the elemenev extended by American authorities to convicted war criminals. Rowland Landman. chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Anglo-Jewish Association. told its council in view of the repeated disclaimers by the present rulers of Germany of responsibility for the Hitler crimes, "whatever we may think about the question of (German* collective guilt, we must grow very suspicious if new attempts are being made to whitewash, not the German people as such, but the very people who committed these unspeakable atrocities. By clamoring for amnesty and the commutation of sentences against individual war criminals, the Germans show a solidarity with these criminals which bodes ill for the future." he declared. Israel Stands By I.S. On Chinese Aggression LAKE sue nss N v n —:--,. l* v N • %  nent r Le in K lasl t in tli %  %  | however v og n th %  I aph % %  • tot tu A delef ". av the following exp : %  • Israel in the I Committ Assembly _.. • One* th t question t CB nese aggression in Korea had been raised, it was necessary to taste a stand. With Israel, there a q .,' self-mterest. It r.i.i been the victim >l -U%  and it had been told frequently that it might become a a It would be IB for Israel not 1 where the facts were --.ear. Israel was specially concernea with the question wh< introduction of volunteers, as the Chinese called their forces in China, since Arab aggression against Israel had started with the %  tion : i -called volunteers. Israel therefore ."-id V take a stand n that subject. Religious Bloc Leaders Fight Education Policy TEL AVIV. .JTA*— Leade I the Religious Bloc this W adopted a resolution stressing that all the Orthodox parties in Israel will earr> on a fight against the government's edu policy Thev rejected a plan offered bv the Israel government wl -eeommended thai religious education be given to all Yen Idren in the camps wit %  having to register tot Religi us or •"•." in -. h iwever, will be given i it the) for it _____ 18 Years Of Service Recognized By Beth David In Tribute To Rabbi Shapiro Knesset Okays Foreign Policy JERUSALEM. (JTA) — The Knesset. Israel's Parliament, this week gave the government a vote I of confidence on foreign policy, including its acceptance of Point Four aid from the United States and its stand on the Korean ensThe Knesset, by this vote, rejected a Mapam attempt to keep Israel from voting on the Korean resolution by calling for a national foreign policy referendum. In winding up the protracted debate on foreign policy. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett disclosed that "certain powers" had asked Israel to take the initiative in an attempt to mediate a Far Eastern settlement. The foreign minister also told the Knesset that Israel was not safe from attack, invasion and occupation and must, therefore, prepare for every eventuality. It must obtain food and arms in "every corner of the world" which he pointed out. leads to increas Israel dependence on the world Turning to the question of peace with the Arab states. Mi. Sharett said the Jewish state is ready to conclude peace with each of ner %  four neighbors on the basis of the status quo. He warned, however. that any attempt to change the status quo would mean war and that "the results of such a war would decide future territorial I arrangements." Congregation Beth David %  %  • honor Rabbi Max Shapiro at a reception Sunday. February 11 a? 8 p.m. at the Beth David Synagogue. The occasion will mark tne completion by Rabbi Shapiro of his eighteenth year of service to the pioneer congregation of Miami and the community at large. Rabbi Shapiro has served the community, during h.s many vears. as a member of the facultj of the university, as a representative of the Jewish community over the radio and in round table discussions with representatives of other faiths. In 1944 he was elected the only delegate to the World Jewish Congress from this area, as well as the American Jewish Conference representing the voice of America in Israel. Ht was one of the organizers and past presidents of the Zionist Organization of America G-vater Miami and has actively participated in all major Jewish community affairs. He served as Stanley C. Myers, pas: presid of National Council of Jew Federations, and founder of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. will be guest speaker. Commissioner Louie Bandel will serve as chairman of the program. Cantor Maurice Mamches and Mrs. Irving Hugel will offer vocal selections Mr and Mrs Marvin Rickard will Provide musical background. Ed Pastroff will be featured as piano solo:-. Arrangements for the affair are under the direction of Nate List, Ed Safer. Mrs. Harry Gordon and Mrs. Ed Merlin. president of Jewish \\ chare Bureau and Zionist Council Of Greater Miami. The program will include many dignitaries and outstanding leaders of Greater Miami, including: Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, president OX the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami: Rev. Glenn James. minister of the White Temple: Mayor William Wolfarth, of, MiBuni; Dr. Franklin H. Williams, vice president of the University of Miami; Bernard A. Sterling. president of Beth David Congregation; Rabbi Kalmen Shapiro, .father of Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Max Shapiro



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Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN JliemviislbJBoiriidlJIaun Jetr j-ish Notes On Lincoln Lincoln's beard, mien, humor Jr" of justice, countenance ai.d •SSSr bear all the earmarks Jftwish quality. On best aui .v however Honest Ah? was JffijKS origin. Yet the noted Sholar Rabbi Isaac M. Wise of gennat. once disclosed to his 25n*atin that Lincoln had SSd him "he supposed himself to Sfa descendant of Hebrew parLee" A rabbi of another Sool of religi ous thinking, the tials of Judaism. To him Lincoln was not only the first typical American but also the embodiment of "the noblest qualities of Judaism." MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 SEC. B Top Stars To Spark Mount Sinai Jubilee a nn „( Amcri^'c mnst i tinnQ from a limited number of obstetric, gynoecological. Abe Schewel North Shore Units Plan Brotherhood Program For Monday A Br therhood Week program will be sponsored by the North Shore Lodge and Women's Chap• : : B'naj B'rith on Monday evening. February 19, at Temple Beth Sholom. Subject of a panel discussion will be. "Are We Making DemoWork?" which will feature talks by community leaders and audience participation. iulod to speak are Mrs. C. E. Poyer, Biscayne Elementary School; Miami Beach Councilman D. Lee Powell; the Rev. Paul wett of St. John's On-The-Lake Church and Rabbi Leon Kronish : Temple Beth Sholom. Miami C uncilman Melvin Richard will act as moderator. Abo Schewel, of Lynchburg, V,, esident of District Grand Five, will also appear on the program to bring greetings from the more than 12,000 members of B'nai B'rith in the Southn states, The program will be under the direction of Mrs. Herbert Cohen and Melvin Pazol. Assisting with arrangements will be Mrs. Herman Stein and Mrs. Murray Lipinsky. Bernard Revel, saw in Lincoln the fusing of all the essenIt is doubtful Lincoln had many contacts with Jews prior to his ascension to the Presidency. But once he entered the White House the picture changed. With that he chose a Jewish chiropodist, Dr. Isacahar Zacharie, who seemed to have pleased Lincoln as much with his humor as with his skill Lincoln was the first President to appoint a Jewish army chaplain. The appointment went to Dr. Arnold of New York. To make the appointment possible Lincoln pulled strings to have Congress pass special legislation. He was also the first President to appoint a Jew as full-fledged minister to a foreign power, when he named Sigismund Kaufmann I of New York to the post of Minister of Italy. The appointee, however, turned down the offer Lincoln was also the first President to appoint a Jew as U.S. Consul to Germany. The distinction came to a man by the name of Einstein, who served in a city that was destined to become the capital of anti-Semitism—Nuremburg And then again there is the story of Lincoln's prompt action when he learned that General Grant's headquarters had issued an order excluding all Jews from his department. The incident had set off a wave of indignation i among Jews and there were a i number of protest demonstrations. Lincoln, of course, was too preoccupied with larger affairs, and he had no knowledge of th:s incident. However, as soon as the incident came to his attention he promptly countermanded the I order. Added Nuggets The last and one of the best ; photographs of Lincoln was made by a Jew on the Sunday before the President's assassination. It was made in the Washington studio of Adolphus Solomon, who (was later to become president of B'nai B'rith ... A Washington Jewish physician. Dr. C. H. Lieberman. was among the nine medical men at Lincoln's deathbed Because Lincoln died on a SatI urday the first sermons on his death were delivered in syna,gogues Jews were the first contributors to a fund to erect a I Lincoln monument at Springfield. Illinois. This was done by the ; Jewish community of Alton, Illi: nois Lincoln's Emancipation I Proclamation was transmitted to the world by a Jew, Edward Rosewater, who worked in the 'telegraph office of the War Department And it was a Jewi ish artist who designed the famous Lincoln penny, the first com 1 hiring the head of a President. A group of America's most talented stage, screen and radio entertainers will help celebrate Mount Sinai Hospital's first anniversary jubilee at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday, February 22, at 8:30 p.m. The jubilee will combine the celebration of Mount Sinai's first birthday and a fund-raising drive to finance the non-sectarian hospital's $139,000 deficit, incurred this past year through expansion of its free medical care program. "The jubilee is the first opportunity Mount Sinai has offered the residents of Greater Miami to actively participate in financing the hospital's Miami-wide services," Max Orovitz, president, said. "Hitherto funds for the hospital have been secured by donaTemple Israel Unit Plans Garden Party The home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson. 5470 La Gorce Drive. Miami Beach, will be the scene of the annual garden party sponsored by the Temple Israel Sisterhood on Wednesday, February 14. at 1:30 p.m. A Valentine day theme will be utilized in decorations for the event, of which Mrs. M. B. Ross and Mrs. Henry E. Wolff are cochairmen. Tickets are available j through all Sisterhood boa members. Games, prizes and refreshments %  will be featured in the afternoon's entertainment. Serving on the planning committees for the party are Mrs. Harry V. Simons and Mrs. Norman Giller, tickets; Mrs. Lawrence Adler, Mrs. Ellard Kohn, and Mrs. Morton Russack, tables; Mrs. Stuart Gordon, chairs: Mrs. Alvin Sandier, cards: Mrs. Max Holtsberg, Mrs. Frank Perlman and Mrs. William Lehman, refreshments; Mrs. Alv.n Richter, special invitations; Mrs. Maurice Serotta, publicity; Mrs.; Simons, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs., Elry Stone, Mrs. Adolph Wer-, theimer. Mrs. Henry Hirsch. Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs Joseph Narot, Mrs. Richard 1 M. Fleming. Mrs. Dan Ruskm and Mrs Gus Feuer, hospitality; Mrs. i i Richter and Mrs. A. A Green, I special games; Mrs Stella Hant| man, Mrs. Martin Bloch and Mrs. Fred Abrams, telephone; Mrs. Williamson, umbrellas; Mrs. G. L. IMendelson and Mrs. Harold b. Meyers, door. tions from a limited number private contributors." Recognized as one of the most modern and rapidly expanding institutions of its kind in the South, Mount Sinai plans to establish the jubilee as an annual event. Financial goal for the jubilee is $93,000, which will be utilized for j the continued maintenance of the i hospital's free medical services and the expansion of its outpatient services to include cardiac, pediatric, and dental clinics for indigent patients. Orovitz said "It has been estimated that 20 percent of Mount Sinai's annual income is absorbed by the care of free and partpaying patients," he declared. "Out of 55,355 patient days at the hospital in 1950, 8,160 days of hospitalization and medical care were free cases. The continuation of these community services, which are available to persons of all religious faiths, depend for their 'very life' upon the financial success of the hospital jubilee." Leonard A. Wien, a member of the Mount Sinai board of tr has been named chairman of the affair. Among medical services ac! cessible to patients free of charge are those of the medical surgery. obstetric, gynoecological, cardiac, and pediatric departments. "Service patients at Mount Sinai also receive full hospitalization and nursing for as long as is necessary and are given the same care by Mt. Sinai's 400 doctors and specialists as are paying patients, Orovitz said. "As Mt. Sinai was established in 1950 on a nonprofit basis, all funds acquired through the jubilee will be utilized for the expansion and continuation of these services. Failure of the jubilee to achieve its goal may necessitate a severe curtailment of the hospital's service medical care program for the future." Jubilee funds will also be used for Mount Sinai's expanded child care program and will facilitate plans for increased emphasis on geriatrics and chronic and convalescent cases. Tickets for the jubilee, which are tax deductible contributions, are being issued in four categories: sponsor tickets, at $100 each; patron tickets. $50 each; donor tickets. $25; and contributor tickets. $10. Tickets may be obtained at most Miami Beach hotels, or reserved by caling the Mount Sinai jubilee office, 58-8421. „.,„ nt of Beth Jacob Sisterhood for the last 12 years Orchid corsages were presented to past pr esiden ***%*££ Hall recently. Pictured (1. totj when the organization met for an afternoon tea at parse IW Rabbi d M,,. M oses Mesare the Mesdame. Louu Makov.ky. William Kline, Benjamin U !" ^ ^ ^^^ progran cheloff. MM. Alfred Lesser, incoming £*"dML ana "?[„ Irring Greenfield. Phillip Pores and was a skit "The Cure." which was presented by the Mesaame Morril Bros. SHOP and SAVE at the Q UALITY Kosher Food Center 1961 S.W. 8th Street TELEPHONE 82-5001 &f&f&f&f&f&f < 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 Yonr Convenience William Kline. ATTENTION: Artists. Students. Hobbyists. Drawing. Painting. Still-Life. Life Classes. Modeling. Curing. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1951 *Jewlsii ncridOan PAGE 9 A Hare Volume show ii At Boaeh Symon Gould, director of the \ m Library Service of New \ City, now a guest ;it the ,ii Hotel, has arranged i xhlbition of the firs' mi the cultivation of %  published in Rome j,i 1046 il ll' Miami Beach Public until March 5. i ; ;l l(l recently discovered i in Florence. Italy. The ,-olume is "Heaperidea Sive irum Aureorum Culturn El i u" by Baptistac Fcrrarii S b ink is folio in size, mcasVI inches by 18 inches. It is ::i four separate sections bound toficther in the original iment which is gold-adorned. One of the outstanding features ries <>f full page wood-cut plates which shows scores of dift species of citrus fruits of the 17th century. There are also illustrations showing the methods •In ring fruit, growing fruits and the implements used. Auxiliary Plans Honor Lunchoon !. lis D Brandeis Auxiliary 199 of the Free Sons of Israel is ilating plans for a donor lunche n to be held at the Roney Hotel on Wednesday, February 14. A ion show featuring clothes by Louis Haftel and shoes by G Ugh will highlight the event. Mrs Libby Bookspan is chairnun and Mrs. Belle Lebost coi man. Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. Fannie Spring at 48-6100. and proceeds are eramarked for the Cerebral Palsy Association. H.MLISS.III TO See Vou.h Program "Youth Services" will be thi theme of the next meeting of th Miami Beach Business and Professional Group of Hadassah to l> held at tiie Miami Beach .lewis! Center on Monday, February 12 at 8:30 p.m.. according to an ani rm nt by M M gueriti Marx, president. A dramatic presentation, "In Good Hands," will feature children of ii.including Donald Cook. Eileen and Susan Cypress, Mrs. Bea Cypress is narrator and chairman of the procram. Elizabeth Simkowitz will discuss her experiences at Camp Tel Yehuda and Ophra Chill will speak on her recent trip to Israel. Songs and dances will be offered by the Petach Tikvah Senior Judaea Group. Cantor Jacob Tambor Beth II Slates Maariv ( i -n Congregation Beth El will present a Maariv concert on Sunday, February 11, at 7:30 p.m. in j thesynagogue. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor will I be featured and Robert Strassburg will accompany at the ori gan. Following the special Maariv concert to be chanted by the cantor, a program of Jewish and Hebrew selections will be offered. Cantors Abraham Seif and Louis Feder will appear on the program. HkWh Heads Cleveland 1'nit Samuel B. Bloch was elected president of the newly organized Cleveland Social Club of Greater Miami at a meeting of the group on January 22 at the home of For the second consecutive year Greater Miami Young Judaeans look the regional folk dancing award at the winter conclave at St. Simons Island, Ga. The happy winners are (1. to r.) Barbara Melich, Louise Morgen, Irwin Segal, Ruth Clein, June Moser and Elizabeth Simkowit*. "Policy For The West" To Be Reviewed Friday Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review Barbara Ward's controversial "Policy for the West" at the Friday Review, a cultural project sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah, on February 9 at 1:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Mrs. Sol H. Leslie is chairman ot the project. The Coopers Caterers Par Excellence • NO AFFAIR TOO SMALL • NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Satisfaction Guaranteed 2450 S.W. 25th St. 83-6420 Mark 14th Anniversary A dinner at Maxim's Restaurant on Wednesday night marked the fourteenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Max Storch, 771 S.W. 11th St. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs Robert Saunders. Following dinner the party celebrated at Copa City. Mr. Storch and Mr. Saunders are the operators of Roberts Printing Corporation. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Saltzman. Over 100 Clevelanders were pi< Bent. Others named to office were J. Singer, vice president; B. Dunn, treasurer; Mrs. L. Aronoff, recording secretary; Mrs. A. H. Saltzpresided, man, financial secretary; Mrs. Blanche B. Bloch, publicity director. Cultural Meeting A cultural meeting of the Coral Gables Zionist District was held Thursday, February 8, at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lelchuk, 1414 Alhambra Circle. Rabbi Morris Skop, education chairman, was in charge of the program and Norman R. Lyons uled for Monday, February 12. al 1 p.m. at the Sorrento Hotel. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais will preside. The program, under the direction of Mrs. Harry Gersten. will feature a film. "Land of Their Own." Jewish Music Month will also be observed. Charming To Speak Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach consulting engineer, will address the Greater Miami Traffic Association on Tuesday, February 13, at 12:15 p. m., at the Seven Seas Restaurant on "Effects of and Protective Measures From Atomic Explosions." Channing is chairman of the atomic aspects section and chairman of the engineering division of the Dade County Civil Defense Council. Rabbi Skop To Speak Rabbi Morris A. Skop will speak on "Martin Buber and NeoOrthodoxy, a New Guilding Light in Israel" at the next meeting of the Masada-Miami Zionist District on Thursday, February 15, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center. Community singing, dancing and refreshments will follow, according to Don Schrager, president. Ilailass.ili <>ioii|s To Meet Monday Hanna Senesch Group of Hadassah will meet on Monday, February 12, at 1:30 p.m. at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. The program will include a satirical presentation by Mrs. Philip Rudine and folk songs by Mrs. Irving Nelson and her daughter, Mrs. David Drucker. Convention highlights will be presented by Mrs. Max Weitz. A meeting of the Stephen S. 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FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 +Jewlsti FhrkHan PAGE 5 B American Jewish Committee Drafts Program For German Peace Pact — The Jewish Committee, at NE W YORK. (JTA) Mh a annua'rmeeting, sot forth lb „,..,,„ %  • %  '-..nsiHorntion bv ?heL T for consideration by s Government, as one of ~ Xl!: ; powers, in connection ;th the proposed peace treaty 38 Germany 1 Asserting that toe Saty must contain safeguards X'h would prevent Germany Jim ever again becoming an I'nemv of democracy, a perpetrator of unprecedented inhumanities and a disturber of world peace," the program urged: 1 That Germany agree to observe human rights and fundamental freedoms as contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the U. N Convention cm Genocide, and that guarantees of these rights be incorporated into Germany's basiclaw and future constitution. 2. That an international Commission on Human Rights, to deal with violations of these rights in Germany, be appointed by the C I Nations or the InternaCourt of Justice, and that ted states, aggrieved indii is and private groups be I the right to petition such a commission. 3. That the Federal Republic of adhere to the conveni by the Consultancy of the Council of the protection of huand fundamental freeDEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phones i-517 — t-tTTT 61 N. E. 6th Street AL MEIDENBERQ, Owmr doms on that continent. The committee also urged that for the time being the Allied authorities retain their present jurisdiction over appeals from decisions of German courts in cases where victims of Nazi persecution seek restitution for property looted by the Nazis. The delegates, in a resolution telegraphed to President Truman, hailed the Presidential Commission on Internal Security and its personnel as answering "the crucial need today for a clear definition of the exact balance that should obtain between American national security and freedom." Jacob Blaustein who was elected at the meeting to his third consecutive term as president of the American Jewish Committee, told the 500 delegates that "building our military strength and perfecting our military alliance" are not sufficient for national security. He called for close cooperation among all religious, ethnic and racial groups to eliminate prejudice and discrimination and to stop the onslaught of Communism. Mr. Blaustein declared that the A.J.C. has been devoted to the continuous extension of rights and liberties of all groups in America. He asserted that the security of Jews and all other groups was intimately related to | Florida, tiii the general health and well-being ••*' %  of American democracy. "Where democracy fails," he said, "or iliiheralism becomes rampant or hysteria develops, Jews as well as others must necessarily suffer! Particularly is this true in an atmosphere of tension such as now exists." Dr. John Slawson, executive vice president of the American Jewish Committee, called on all American groups to develop and Clarke To Speak Edward Clarke of the faculty of the University of Miami will be guest speaker on Saturday, February 10, at 8 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on 11th St. and Ocean Court, Miami Beach. He will review "John Adams and the American Revolution." On Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dr. MorSchneer will give the second lecture in the series on "Psychology for Better Living." Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside at both sessions. LEGAL NOTICE Sholem Lodge To Commemorate Brotherhood Week "Teamwork In Human Relations" will be the theme of a Brotherhood Week program to be sponsored by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday, February 13, it Beth El, it is announced by President Sidney Aronovitz. Participants in the interfaith panel will be Clyde Atkins. c Chertkoff and Miller Ritchie, chairman of the department of human relations at the University of Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer will preside as modPower Stars In Drama Tyrone Power is starred in "Who Speaks for San Marino," second in the series, the New Frontier, to be heard Sunday, February 11, at 3:30 p.m. over stauon WKAT. The New Frontier, produced by the Institute for Democratic Education, is presented in Greater Miami through the cooperation of the Anti-Defamation League of i B'rith. erator. The program is under the direction of David Stuzin. Also slated is the presentation of candidates by the nomination committee for officers for the ensuing year. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE ('lltci'lT I'ul'IlT or THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, cmcriT I IP ri.' IRIDA, IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 181,895. MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs. I STANLEY ARNOLD SEWITCH, I li ifendant, SUIT FOU DIVORCE TO: STANLEY ARNOLD BEWITCH 1080 Tourmaline Ban Diego, California You are hereby notified that ,i Second Amended Mill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, ;• n %  i you are required to serve a copy (if your Answer or Pleading to the Second Amended mil of Complain! on the plaintiff's Attorney, LESTER I.ASKY. % %  < KAPLAN, DIETZ A LA8KY, Esqs., 850 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the the Clerk "f the Ilrculi Court mi or before the 5 day of March, 1951, if you fail i" do so, Judgment by default will be taki n aga n I you for the relief demanded In the BUI of 'omplalntnotice shall be published once ,.,,!i week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Plorlalan. I.VI-: AND ORDERED (it Miami, %  S day of Febi uary, A.D. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seall By R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. KAPLAN, DIETZ A LABKY, Esqs. 350 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for I'lnintiff %  : 8-16-23 :i/2 M. NASATIR Program Director J. BIRNBAUM Associate Director WINZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW—3 TIMES WEEKLY Friday & Sunday — 12 Noon Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO Narrator • RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Commentator enable the 150.000,000 Americans of diverse religions, national origins and racial stocks to live together in peace and understanding." He warned that "the tensions that are being produced in this country by the disturbed and menacing world scene have created opportunities for disseminators of hate and instigators of group divisiveness, to sow dissension in a nation made up of 160 national_and et hnic groups." Fancy Catering Weddings, Parties fc Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 Kosher Killed Chirkons TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. Phones 9-2585 — 9-7981 1340 S.W. 8th St. vs. Dc ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Kolt DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. strengthen programs designed "to IM AX JJATJIKXI-:LL I;I:. intiff, LI. u_ (cnAnnnnn Amorironc ( IIAIlLHTIh KATZEKELA., fendant, TOl CHARLOTTE KATZENELL !l!..', Aldus Sir,-, 1 Bronx, New York you are hereby ordered and requlred ti> serve a copy "f your answer to th.Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a copy of which in enclosed herewith, on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, | Florida, on or before the .th daj "t March, 1951, otherwise the allegations of said BUI will be taken ;i* confessed by you. DATED: February -'. 191. E. B. LEATHERS) \N. Clerk "f the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By w.M. \V, CTOCKINO, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL .1. RAND Attorney for pinintirf 1007 i >1\ mpla Building Miami 12, Florida 2 9 -16-28 8/Z NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN C( ll'NTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— No. 24234. RE: ESTATE OF NATHAN HORN, 11, eased. NOTICE is hereby given thai l filed my final report and petll I Final Discharge as Admlnl tratrlx the estate of NATHAN HORN, deceased: and thai on the 9th daj oi March, 1951, will apply to the Honpi able w !' %  m. ANTON. County Judge of i >ade County, Florida, fm appi yai ,.f said final report and for rinal dlj. charge .-is Administratrix of the estate of NATHAN HORN, deceased. This so day of January. U*^ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Bid*., Miami. Ha. Attorney for Administratrix 2/9-16-23 3/2 RICHARD T Only One Perform ance UCKER Metropolitan Opera Star "The finest lyric tenor I have heard since GigliR^hard Tucker has become one of the most gifted tenors in Vie Metropolitan Opera Company." The New York Times Miami lleaeli AUmTOBIl'M Reserve Your Tiehets Now For Choice Seats PHONE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4641 OR MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Tickets 3.69 and 2.46 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SEMEL COMPANY fnol Inc.) at 1971 S W. 17th Court, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade r U ,y F, '"" ,: -MELV1N SCU.AM GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida lMi-16-2 3 3/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business miller the fictitious name of Coral Caliles children a Shoes at 2318 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Dables, 1'ia Intend to register said name WIM ti„. Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Daoa county. Florida, ,.,..,, v SAM 8CHEINM \N AARON WEINSTEIN 2/2-9-1n-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name pi The Jewel Man al 1575 N. W. jstn Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to r mild name with the < lerll Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, 1 l '" i 1 '' IIKKMAN BCHWADRON MYBR8, HBIMAN .


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PAGE 8 A +Jewist fkrfcfiaf? — Herman Bretan, Bride Honeymoon In Nassau In a ; Dorol B : 22 I S.W 19th Ave ne the g oi Herman I. I New \ in man':.'-'"' by B ikman, Mrs. Ilfrman Bretan the bi: '•' •'. n oi white I %  Finished : ,11 skirl :n a chapel train. Thi • iched to a • i and lace iedawhitt iok topped vhiti I surround" tube. s Elim T D ivis wa r for her sister in a bouffant a af hyacinth blue nylon tin. She carried .. satin muff with talisman The bridegroom's brother, WilBretan, served as best man. Hei Mian Teitmd Harold Davis, the bride's ther. F llowing a in in Nasle will reside at 2~,.vi S.W. 3rd Ave. For going away. the "bride chose a brown : with brown suede aeries and whil Gui out of I M i' Bretan, Mrs. J. Knopp, lit pp, Mr. and %  Ni •. V .. and Mrs Juliu E leen I Eileen LoisSchiff To IV Ma nil Brick' Plans for a March wi d le bv Miss Eil en Lo Schiff, wh isi les A. Boi 'on of Mr. and Mrs, Joshua S. B York, hi announced by hi nts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Schiff, 4421 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beat Miss Schiff attended the Universities of Miami and Wisconsin. Mr. Butt par:!: ted H ce Mann Scl B iys, New V n k, and Ni w York rsity, He si rvi d in the army durir I War II. Miss Komi Becomes Mrs. Harlod Forman Mr and Mrs. Louis Koren, King Hotel. Mi l, ', h -,,;": Pet • Mr and Pa in. Lyken l Rabbi :. • K nish. iarriM • D P r h A %  \ ,, i'ork, the couple will re; urg, Pa m er Miss K m n was Beach School, led the %  ,,; Miami, where she a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority The bridegroom atI the Harrisburg Academy B Un:v.-:sity ot ni. He is a member of r'hi Epsilon Pi fraternity. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1951 Helen May Betrothed To S. (i. Somerstein Betrothal of Miss Helen May to Seymour G. Somerstein., .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Somi 114 3rd Terrace, Di Lido l Miami Beach, has been ann | by her parents. Mr. and Mi l, on May. Birmingham, Ala. The bride-elect is a gra of the University of Miami. she was a member of Delta Phi Lenore G. Zwitman, Dr. R. M. Fleming Exchange Vows Honeymooning in Mexico following their marriage last Wedare Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Fleming. Upon their return they will reside at 811 East Di Lido Island. Miami Beach. Mrs. Fleming is the former Mrs. Lenore C. Zwitman. widow of the late Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel. Dr. Fleming is a member of the American College of Surgeons and a nativi : Pensacola. Cardiac Home Unit to Hear Fashion Talk The Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will meet Tuesday, February 13, at 1:30 p.m. in Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250 West Flagler St. Reports on tag dag will be prei by Mrs. Wiliam Groner and Mrs. David Parties, co-chairMrs. Sal Ramagli will tell for the March donor the chapter's b ing project of the year. llight of the afternoon will be a talk by Joyce Voelker, fashion editor of the Miami Daily News. Her topic will be "The Resort Look For Spring." She will also discuss new make-up. Lorraine Budlow Lorraine Budlow Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Budlow. 5(10 S.W. 23rd Ave., have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Lorraine, to Leonard Schaffel, son of Mrs. Fannie Schaffel, 2601 S.W. 24th Ave., and the late Max Schaffel. A graduate of Miami High School, the bride-elect attended the Universities of Miami and Pittsourgh. No date has been set for the wedding. Partnership Announced E. Albert Pallot, E. A. Poppell and Marwin Cassell announce the formation of a partnership for the practice of law with offices in the Alfred I. duPont Building. The firm name is E. Albeit Pallot. Epsilon sorority. She also attended the Universities of Alabama and Syracuse. Mr. Somerstein is a graduate j of Lakegrove Prep School. He i attended Tulane University and I the University of Miami, where he was president of Sigma Alpha 1 Mu fraternity. Gerald Katz Heads Kew Men's Club Gei al I K I presiclent of the newly organized Clu of the D iv, i • S: %  Al Murray Lipinsky, vice pres [sid el tary; Le in Shushan, treasurer. Next meeting of the group is scheduled for Tuesday, February 13. at 6:15 p. m. in the synagogue. TWENTY-THIRD SEASON UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOC Conductor Jin. Eltmtlt, Fib. II. 1:10 P.M. Mum Blich Miimupil Auditorium Mon. [mill, Fib. 12. 1:10 >.M. Milmi Senior Hiftl School %  /WtS' Oscar LEVANT .JickiU .1 Ail U.it.rnl, Tickit Wlicil livi'iiiiiji Division UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Registration This Week Serving the cultural, vocational, and hobby interests of \ people of all age groups. 367 Courses available spring semester, representing all departments of the University. Registration Main Campus, February 6-9—8:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m., 7:00 • 9:00 p.m. Registration North Miami, Bryan School, February 6, 7, 8—7:00 • 9:00 p.m. Registration Fort Lcruderdale, 400 E. Broward Blvd.. February 6, 7, 8—7:00 9:00 p.m. For further information call 87-2561 'V'V^ ^^.' For the Information of Contributors To Israel Philanthropy T ur MAINCHANNBI for American Jewry's philanthropic support of Isre1 is the UNI I ED 11 Vi ISH Al'l'l Al Its primacj in this field has been endorsed by the overwhelming majority of Jewish communities throughout the United States and the organizations through which they operate. This primacy is based upon the tremendous scope of the activities which are carried on in Israel through United Jewish Appeal funds. These funds are the backbone of the Jewish Slate's huge immigration, colonization and absorption program. UJA dollars financed the transportation and settlement in Israel of'every one of the 600.000 immigrants who've come to her shores since the establishment of the State in May. 1948. UJA dollars must continue to finance the immigration and absorption of the 600.000 additional immigrants who arc expected to arrive in Israel during the next three years. Unwarranted Campaigns In addition to the United Jewish Appeal, certain other authorized organizations with established traditions of constructive work in Israel can legitimately lay claim to public support in the United States and elsewhere. But occasionally individuals and organizations launch new campaigns in behalf of Israel, enterprises of special and limited character. These enterprises are not always constructive and the claims put forward in their behalf are not always warranted by the facts. The Authorization of Drives As a direct result of demands by the organized Jewish communities of the United States, and with the support and sympathy of the Government of Israel, the Jewish Agency for Palestine set up one year ago a COMMITTEE ON CONTROL AND AUTHORIZATION OF CAMPAIGNS. The function of the COMMITTEE is to scrutinize all proposed campaigns in behalf of Israel with a view to establishing the validity of their claims and their general usefulness. When In Doubt The COMMITTEE will shortly announce what campaigns for Israel, in addition to the United Jewish Appeal, will be authorized for 1951. In the meantime you are urged when asked for contributions by any organization other than the United Jewish Appeal to examine carefully the claims put forward by the canvassing group. If yon are in doubt, write to the JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE. Committee On Control And Authorization Of Campaigns, 16 East 66th Str*t. New York 21, N. Y. THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE hopes that the American Jewish public will support the United Jewish Appeal in 1951 with unprecedented vigor and generosity. The need hat never been greater.



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PAGE 4 B +Jewish lk>rJdia_rL FMDAY, FEBgUARY 9. UK, T UF cozens y JGOSH.MOM, IM HAVINCi TROUBLE OOINO MY BOOKKEEPlNCr llON\EWORK_ KvVHY DONT YOU 0& YOUR 1 GIRLFRIEND, HELENAS FATHER ; TO HELP*YOU. DEAR I HtMjO k HER SPOT HE'S A C .P.AIsrael Charts Plans For Korean Peace LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Israel has bei n firmly established in th nd growing line-up of United Nations member states with a d iuble-barreled pn for a Fa p< settlement—the na munist (' essor in Korea, but tl id be follov intini rts for negotiation and conciliation rather than by punitive a demanded by the United SI Led by Great Britain, the newfront seemed to be composed principally of Western states hav-1 ___ *, „___ %  .^„ ing Labi governments. Israel, iSallSli MaiHIOIl %  •MMIg I OHI|MI which had been watchfully wait__ _. ,. _. %  %  __ %  .......I iBS< k 3igioiis Bn€ioin In Israel r OH YES,HFS ACPA. BUT IT DOESN'T STAND FORCERTIF1ED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ing for an indication of the attitudes of other l. regimes, enNEW YORK. (JTA) — "Com-lone Israel thinks of forcing tered the list Friday with a key p i e t e freedom of i ligious beliefs or practices impolicy address by its chief delean d practice for all creeds in Ison any individual; on the i gate, Ambassador Abba Eban, rae r was pledged hen last week trary, we want to make sure that who suggested thai the General by Rabbi Judah L. Maimon, Isno one will force the religious Assembly's Peace Observation ,.',,.], Minister of Religions, adeli to violate their princiCommittee, of which Israel is a dressing a press conference at the pies ami way of life." the minismember, should be the group \ Waldorf Atoria Hotel. The min! ter stated. led for m the United States ji s t Gr emphasized thai the Israel Earlier in the week, at a city resolution. government has granted absolute | hall reception, Rabbi Maimon ofMr. Eban denounced exclusion autonomy to non-Jewish commufinally invifc i Mayor Vincent of Communist China from the nities in the ex Impel!' %  New Vork to visit United Nations as "an error of ligious and communal affaii Israel. historic dimensions." urged the As a demonstrati i United States t i remove from its forts which the Ministry of Reli"i'P \Yflll k ll Work condemnation resolution the progi on s is making to achieve harible movement towards" thejdi in "the recent war. which will" be held this year on SSle P CaCe Touchin 8 briefl y n the role nf Sunaay Wl pebruary 18 at Flairw T i i Jewish religion in Israel, the Ormingo Park, Miami Beach. ?P? kesman ;i = of the Israel CabI yoar the show brought in nable the many of Pratt Genping had called the United States ancient Sanhedrin — the Jewish an aggressor but simultaneously Supreme Court of Law—whose suggested it join in a peace conI responsibility it would be to stuference. ; dy Jewish law in the light of modern needs. Such a body should Research Workers Called taST-ffSd* rabbta living in rfflS^SdE^S *£*** We ',''' Averting that more than 65 per ?;AYniTn^J >£ v,!] 0 ," < !. a J :01 cent f tht ^wi S h population in M. T?? 8 ;^ 'T e d an Israel is religious, Rabbi Maimon urgent call for trained electronDninted out t h-it Tel Aviv h- SJSkTS! umvSsiv enT 0 T "oTsynagtues" ••wh T u 1 h billed toKtobSatorC y g "" the Sabbath." He said that ing laboratories. during the last High Holidays, the In issuing the call. Dean Weil Ministry of Religion conducted a said that the university was survey in Tel Aviv and found being called on to expand its that of the 200,000 inhabitants electronics research program for of the city, about 108.000 had the government. attended religious services. "No The committees are as follows: Miss Sadye Nathan, hotel caravans; Mrs. Berenice Burke, baseball show cavalcade; Mrs. Harry White, telephone; Mrs. Frank Steinberg, reception; Mrs. Wm. Zeffert, chairman, and Mrs. Milford Livingstone, co-chairman of the ticket committee. They all want BUDWEISER • • nothing else n i: <. : ... for no other beer can match the distinctive. delicious taste of BUDWEISER. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Tune in "Jewish Forum On Tli Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by H Budweiser 3 LAGER BEER ANHEUSER-BUSCH,.|NC.^STv.LOUIS %  Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. SAM BLANK, PRES. Cuban Temple Joins Reform Organization Temple Beth Israel, the United Hebrew Congregation of Havana. Cuba, became the 427th Reform congregation to join the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, according to Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of the union. The only Reform congregation in Cuba. Temple Beth Israel has a membership of 110 and a religious school attendance of 40. Rabbi Milton Weissberg, spiritual leader, is a graduate of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion and a veteran of more than two years in the chaplaincy of the United States Army. Harry E. Price, local business and communal leader, is president of the congregation. SUNIMtMk 1 HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM TOft REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CMKMOC CASES MIAMI FLORIDAARE 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 SEE YOU AT 4J-wuGw&L 1:45 P.M.! POST TIME 1:45 P.M. ADMISSIONSoM MM* <**•*: Unly Double. F.M, .nd ...nd |l 50. Re.er.ed Se.is $1.00 .ddiSecond R,ce. D.il,D 0| bl .ion.l; Clubhou.e $3 OO; Ble.cher. $.SO. w.ndowi cloie 1:30 P. M. Prkio 23 c*o<>. No Minor. Admitted



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PAGE 6 B 9-Jmistncridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 (i Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1948, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) J? WEISGAL JOINS BOND DRIVE DEFENSE TALKS: Th< United States and B an in the process of drawing up prints for the defense of the nt of Soviet •i Washington and Loi the ttently 1 strength l -Israel I ,'erlooked A ( Hies, Turk %  id i thai I %  %  t Israel :. H %  %  %  : 5t : S '•%  %  Bril tnilitoiy thi • ..." of i I The f ii • E peral I %  %  I• ... DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: %  \ therai • n : : lent for tl nex 1 vi r Ch en 1 • %  %  %  I nsohi i the movement .1 1 %  '. influenti the j ti .-. • ked the cand:d;.. Siegfrii K ky | ever, there A : one : Ha lassah's popul 1 the n esident of 1 tion ... In the M Win I : thi I: : M R • n wh epl • peting factions Incidentally, : nsible leaders of the Jewish Ageni y 11 dm that t ming Coi are %  i back tl Z nists Tl : % %  %  Appeal %  • %  ... This %  ?448.| %  TO LOOK YOUNGER and Vacation at THE FLORIDA SPA BEARHEAD ROAD ORLANDO, FLORIDA LIVE LONGER Write for Circular Phone Orlando 9523 or LONDON ARMS TO AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 WE CATER Banqae.'s Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Mm* l/„d., P...."-/ J •' M "Q M *Q* M SU'.SMAN %  52 .,... %  -Semil %  in %  eel 1 -: : te As A Socioloi %  Dr. 1 itism, noi nti-S nti-S anl --' Itui I semitism, %  -S litism" ...! %  I >t the I and. %  : ..' S n antiv ;ed by real it is an error. it the Jew enmity by his nal qualities or achievements • • The the root of anti-S in the fact that as disik and defenseless ips ... If this concan be brought to an end. then tism will once II be liqu,dated, the au. He emphasizes nothing to do with tion of w hether the Zion• capable of JM Medina Wans Cardozo Award iptiiiiiP= TAELE TOPS LOWEST PRICES Phone 78-2120 MJTO GLASS SERVICE HARRY LACKEY. Mgr. MIRRORS SAFETY OR PLATE GLASS Installed While You Wait 1075 N. W. 36th Street GLASS PARTS Miami, Florida CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section-Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For DetaiL, and fafe^ gg CmoMtmr Office 4-5922 V Meyer W. Weisgal has been gr inted a leave 0' absence as man of the Executive Council of the Welzmann Irstitule ot ice at Rrhovoth to ioin the S500.C0O.000 Is: bond drive, ii was pr.nouncei this wee!:. Mr. Weisgal. who is pott at the roI of President Chcim Wei*m?nn and Finance Minister Eliezer Kapl?n, will be vice chairman of the American Financial end Development Corporation for Israel, which will direct and manage the sale of Israel government bonds in the United States. S. J. Frccdman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. C-,£3 -"D Telephone 5-9017 Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 OPERA GUILD OF MIAMI presents CARMEN 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 The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH I WANT MY MILK Estab. And Be Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MlUc Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Virit Our Fa !" "d of %  .,„ „. Sn pp r 9mk For the Finest In Laundry or Dry Cleaning CALL US ALL SERVICES TO MEET ANY BUDGET Blue Ribbon Laundry, Inc. LAUNDRY & CLEANERS MM N. W. 7th COURT MIAML FLORIDA Phones: 3-0753. 3-0154 % % 



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mmAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1951 Jmvtiti fkrt&m PAGE 3 B Brotherhood Theme To Highlight Meeting rmma Lazarus Chapter. Busi !" d Professional Women of R-nai BTith. will present a S ILrliood Week program on Kffir February 13. at the ;,, „ot,l. Miami Beach^ it I anm.unced by President Mrs. Robert Baron. Thrnie of a panel presentation „.; l he -The Four Chaplains and S,e Four Freedoms." Participants ill he Rabbi Morris Skop. Coral SSlS Jewish Center; Oliver W. Polmar Miami attorney; and the R'V \ Waldie Holroyd, community service director of the gcJJ .; .rge J. Talianoff will derator. pfhe program is a project of the B'nu B'nth Americanism and Committee and will emphasize the need for American unity in combatting the Communism. Mrs. C'nrol Zipper is program man. Assisting with arrangements will be Tina Fisher, Mae jfeyers and Paula Horowitz. Hebrew School Unit To Hold Sweetheart Luncheon Wednesda A "Sweetheart Luncheon" will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation on Wednesday. Februarv 14. at 12:30 p.m. at the svna'gogue. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave., according to Mrs. Murray Kirschenbaum, ways and means chairman. A kindergarten will be provided for pre-school children. Hostesses will be the Mesdames M. Coulton, M. Blank, N. Newberger, G. Perlman and B. Sokoloff. Proceeds will go towards the completion of the rumpus room. Teen-Agers To Dance Hillel AZA will sponsor the weekly teen-age dance at the Miami Jewish Community Center on Tuesday, February 13, at 8:30 p.m. Teen-Agers Will Play Host To Committee The Miami Jewish Community Center Teen-Age Youth Council will play host to the newly apnted teen-age committee of the center on Sunday. February 11, 11:00 A. M., in the center lounge. Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of • e committee, will meet theteeniders of the center and hear r plans and problms. Nelson, Sandra Bloom. Rc... Tubman and Bobbie Avick in charge of the get-together. Comedian Meets The King Radio Workshop To Mark Anniversary Cast includes J. B. Fox, Sonny Stillerman. Bob Brenner, Gertrude Marx, Francha Brenner, Radio Workshop for Democracy, communitywide dramatic radio series, will celebrate its first anniversary on Sunday, February 11, at 7:45 p.m. over station WMIE. An original script, entitled "Anniversary Story," written by Bob Brenner, will be presented. Irving Friedman and Lowell Thing. The program is directed by Gertrude Marx, with Steve Kessler at the organ. ^^^^^ SERVING OT.RECill* FLORIDA'S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DNNER \ t t OoUlna Avenue Miami I>tacu HOTEL OWNERS • APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: '' SHEETS ,,. TOWELS LINENS BEDSPREADS .-. HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES Ace comedian Jack Benny beams as King George offers an outstretched hand of congratulations to the American funnyman and singer Dinah Shore after the pair flew to London to perform | | for the Royal Family. 2nd Floor Domestics M 1261 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Planning a Party? Parry Knishes Sandwiches Decorated Buffet Platters Roast Turkeys Stuffed Derma Roast Broilers Retail Delicatessen Cocktail Franks Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers ol If II Distinction For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Coll 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Special Attention to Hotels and Organizations ^*CJtETE and CO*' el** ^aClSbyWuu Concrete and concrete products by Maule, are just made to order for any type of building in South Florida. They take sun, sand, rain, sea spray and gale in their stride! Buildings of concrete and concrete Products are firesafe and termite proof. They re free from costly wood rot. Each year, concrete gets stronger, harder and harder. There's no question about it! In the sub-tropics, concrete is a must for safety, economy, comfort and beauty. It's tropic-wise! For more than three decades in South Florida, Maule has been the leader in concrete and manufactured concrete products...just ask any builder or contractor I And another thing, you can always depend upon Maule for prompt, efficient service and...for prices that are always in line. So, when you build. Call Maule...the leaderl PHONE 9-2881 Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave.



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p iY FEBRUARY 9, 1951, JmUh flcrkfton PAGE 3 A I'll Say... „Mer\ emergence of Mrs. Anna Rosenberg fc. s u : n Mobilization Director for U. S. Defense 1 ,.!, Cuinniunity somewhat in a daze. E ; thai 8 person qualified to become high to Gen. George C Marshall has i.iess knows that Jewish leaderears in mediocrities, is in need o( ability. But that is a separate theme. I ,1 American Jewry has nol g asped I %  nd the organized conspiracy to nbei B a Communist. It should c :,, that there are Gerald L K. %  ;. I„ A Ises Who are ready to .f. ti i ven before a Si nate Investi1 But real surprise bri nd sparking of an anti-Si %  to !>.' the work of Jews, reneg all the same. And here is an I indicates that American Jewrj I The M*humed has arrived. I ij.C t. ,. the Senate Committee discloses I. Benjamin Friedman was in telephonic n with the notorious Gerald Smith. a Jew of Sephardic origin and exI ted with Fulton Lewis. Jr. Money I ,! by Friedman, a millionaire and eccentric. | Rosenberg's fair name with a reddish 1 Mi. Friedman, with an unsavory [ ti-Jewish hostilities, seems to have a Catholicism. But the Church, for reasiii s to accept him. Both renegades [lv counting on anti-Semitism to win j Bui the truth often has a way of back. meranging. Both conspirators are left | limb. The Department of Justice may I i v charges against them and their I ii -. That would only be poetic justice. I Catholic Attitudes. 1 tants the term apostate is merely Apostates and Renegades academic. To the majority entrenched in security, it seems normal for a person to change his religion if he wishes. Among Catholics, however, the turncoat is suspect. They have had experience with renegades, who on leaving the church, spread fantastic lies about orgies in convents, or munitions hidden in monasteries. The absurdity of such tales should invalidate their truth. But no one knows better than the Jewish minority to what extent people lend a ready ear to scandals, distortions, or falsehoods conning other or rival religions. The Meshumed. Bu1 I postate is a novice compared to h Meshumed. Th< i na between the apostate Pable Christiani and Moses Nachmanides, declared he had a l). id ably argued as by the [n spite ol oval i nt, the Talmudist and mystic found it expedient to leave ;' ir Diverse Schemes i" Persecution. The Afeshui i :i torment his nists. S mi dd, nied by armed guards, entei a Syn gogue on Yom Kippur. open the Ark. plant a crucifix amoi the Torahs, and harangue the congregants. Oth> with pyrotechnic impulses, would obtain an ord >r from the Emperor to collect Hebrew books and cast them into bonfires. Those who sought the flow of blood would swear on the Gospel that with their own eyes they saw Jews draw the blood of Christian children to be used in the Matzoths for Passover. The more scholarly wrote tracts to prove that the Talmud and the Prayer Book were full of blasphemies and insults against Christianity. The worst renegades were in Spain. As spies, informers, or stool pigeons, they acquainted the Inquisitors with the habits and secrets of their own people; they often betrayed their kith and kin into the torture chambers and the Autoda-Fes. So nothing changes essentially. Even the obsolete Meshumed has returned. No longer lured by religious prizes, he nevertheless finds other outlets for injecting his serpentine venom. leach (enter Unit To leai Rabbi Kronish I. n Kronish will speak m Have A MeanCritical Days?" in %  ii s of 12 forum | The Art of Jewwhich is offered as Miami Beach Jewish 1 lit Education Institute i ... F< bruary 14, at : rl lures which are open follow the adult A i s held every |> > venlng at 7:30 p.m. i classes offered are i inti rmediate and adI A. history courses I n the development : | .1 ieclures are held IUS school building Beach Jewish Cenon James Ave. Masada Social | Masada-Miami Beach Young! Zionist District will hold a social j for paid-up members at the Town and Beach Club on Sunday, February 11, at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Ted Nelson and Joseph Pardo will entertain and a buffet dinner and dancing will round out the evening. The group will conduct an Oneg Shabbat on Friday, February !). at the Town and Beach Club following the Temple Isaiah seivices. Chorus Sponsors "Studio >I" Flay A performance of the "Stud: > M production of Sidney Howard's ••The Silver Cord" will be presented on Sunday. February 11. at 8:30 p.m. at the Jewish Cultural Center, 429 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish Folk I Chorus. Members of the cast are Faith I Ada ii Christopher, R bert Isackcr, Nancy Meltzer, Cat..y Alch and Ann Teller. Ge Keathly is director. Checking tickets now available for the Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee to be held February 22 at M.am. Beach Municipal Auditorium are these Miami Beach hotel men Pictured are (LtOCJ CharlTs Goldberg. Dr. David Andron. N. Doug Raff, co-chairman. Nathan Ratner. and J. J. Shepard. P<>lli II Will onor Palmer eing made by Conh El for a testimonial held in honor of Palmer, president of ue, on Sunday. March a August Memorial Pepper has been apian of the dinner :ving with him are ielman, Al Berkowitz, cowitz, Sam Futerfas, Ginsburg, Nathan GinsGoldberg, Lewis !-' >n Kaplan, Meyer Keilrlarry Pearl, Abe Pepper, ; Sol Potash. May RappaHyland Rifas, Isidore —.'hwartz, Fred Shochet, Max R. i Singer. John Temple, w"einer, Sam Wilchyk, Joel '••' Zisman, Mrs. Sam Gelt[' : • % %  Murray Grauer, Mrs. 1 : ; paport, Mrs. Alexander Jack Shapiro, Mrs. %  '• Swimmer, and Mrs. Al Scout Council Honors Zeientz Myron S. Zeientz has been awarded the Silver Beaver by the National Council of Boy Scouts of America for "distinguished service to boyhood" in this area. Zeientz, Dade district chairman of the council and a vice president of the executive board. started as a scout in Troop 6 and subsequently served as a scouter. commissioner, executive board member and district chairman. Heis resident manager of Bache & Co., brokerage firm, and is a trustee of Temple Israel and a member of B'nai B'rith. )+ ......... HOltL Ereaa ^"| 411 OMM O' 1 Nathan Ginsburg Proudly Presents the Only KOSHER DINING ROOM Under Direct Supervision of %m Save V2** DRYWOOD Termite Control ORKIN NYLON TENT PROCISS Guaranteed for 5 Years Non-


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W. 24th Terr Dally services i a.m. and 5:80 p.m. Friday nlghl services %  ",,': : : '', S; ',""'" lay morning at Rabbi Abraham Conareciation Kneselh Israel (Tradu'cnal). MIS Euclid Ave.. 3198 S. W. 24tl Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. ,,,, n M al 5:80 aacha will speak on "Portion of the rum at S:30 p.m. Satweek, "The Flrsl Laws of < Ivi Ilias.-rvics S:3'< a.m. ,,,,„ %  • M,,„„a at B p.m. r..|l..we.l by shalos Beudos. Sunday school at 10 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS' Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery 1 Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 apeak on the Portion H t4 p tn Mlncha at 5:00 ow : ;.. > al .. Se idos Zmlras will Maai Iv ill complete the serv... i, rices at 8 a.m. followed In Minima by the rabbi. Mln,.i,., at 5 SO foil iwed by class In Jewish Laws and Customs. Maarlv follows. and Thursday al 5:80 to 6 a class In Talmud conducted by the rabbi. Dally class Hebrew school Monday through Thursday. 3:30 Sun. lay school 1" 1" noun. Regtral ally in the office. Junior i'. i-.-. u-..•.. n M-rvi cs at 10 a.m. Every Sunday the brother!) 1 "ill conduct • followed by breakfast and cultural program. Temple Betn Snolom iLiberal), 4144 Chase Ave. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronishj Cantor Samuel Kelemer. iy evening services at S:15. Rabbi Rronlsh i>l continue his series %  .•• i •• tno< %  acy Has its In the Bible." I in Saturday r Mltxvah of Steven Kay %  % %  : 9:16 a m, Hebrew school every week-day afternoon. Adult liebrew classes Wednesday 7:45 p.m. West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)Rabbi Ezra Lifshitx. Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Esra Urshlti will officiate at tbe servii e, Saturday morn• • iervl .ii :•. th.rabbi will speak %  :i tin Poi tion of the Week. Miami Hebrew School and ConNorth Shore JewUh Cental (Conservative). Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium, 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Rev. Philip Fried, acting rabbi. "Goodwill a Desperate Necessity in Our Day" will be the theme of Rabbi i.',.,.,i s sermon this Friday evening 8:20 p.m. Boy Seoul Week and Lincoln's Birthday win be observed that evening. Owes Shabbat will be given by the Sisterhood. Religious services ,. ., -, held Saturday morning at 9:13 a m followed by Junior services at 11:15. Religious school is held every Sunday morning al 10 a m, and Hebrew scl i on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday al 8:80 p.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Late Friday evening service at 8:30. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "'The Heartbeat of America," a tribute to Abraham Lincoln on his birthday. Saturday morning service at 9: the rabbi will preach on tin Weekly Portion of the Law. Bar Mltsvah of Robert Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs Charles A. Kahn, and Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bishop, Saturday bible class 1:30 p.m. followed by Shalos S'udos. Dally service In the chapel B a.m. and 6 p.m. youth Ml ,sc!5SS .'1 Alka-Seltzer AT ALL DRUG STORES gregation (Orthodox), 1101 S.W. I Breakfast service Sunday :• r. a.m in IS LOW AS 4% SMTHtST MORTGAGE LOANS HENRY E. WOLFF CO. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Ke'.emer. set rl es at 5:45 Late evi vint -% %  -\ lees ,,t 9:15 > luesl speaker Louis Helman Oneg Shabbat .tui das nioi nlng at : %  the rabbi w the Portion of '.'. i % %  • Louii Carl, M Robei t Levin. at 4 |j p II followi .1 by Sudos and Marrlv. o 6 10 p.m. MI and. ; ;• in nday at i 30 Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th the chapel, followed by breakfast in the patio. Junior services 9:30 a.m Saturday morning in the assembly hall of the school building. Dally religious school Monday through Thursday from 1:80 to r. :'.'>. Sunday school 10 to 1-' noon. High school for Jewish studies Sunday 10 a.m. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. Monday through Friday services al m Saturday at 9 am, and Sunday at x a m. Mlncha al 5:30 p.m. wed by Maarlv al p m. dally. North Dad* Jewish Center (Conservative), 13630 W. Dixie "On the Trail" ADLER'S KOSHER Live Poultry Market LOCAL RAISED FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279 Under Rabbinical Supervision We Sell Retail and Wholesale to Hotels. Restaurants and Butcher Shops. 1832 S.W. 8th St. Buy Direct — Save Money &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f 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. 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Sun%  id • A M el, n of er of 1 bal will be nnd MM SI %  -..'and Mrs Kalman ting their ersarj Sabbath •:i ..nd student %  of Ral : %  %  d Michael, son j I M I Mr* Mui a} I Irubi r III r M •/.-. ah l luring the Frl! nighl es the late Isldor will be '. I| :u the %  Congregation Beth Tiilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. %  %  %  s nt 5:10 I t 8:10 the rabbi will preach on the Portion of the v At 4 p.m the rabbi will %  sak Mir ha al 4 so p m. followed by Shalos Beudos and Maarlv ":80 a m. foltowed i.v class In Mlehna, Mlncha at 5:30 followed on Sundays, Tuesdays % %  W( lass in Laws and Customs, and on Mondays and Thurs'.,?'' m y cla 8 ln Jewish Ixgenda of th^ Talmud. Coral Gable* Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Joseph Malek, cantor: Steve Kessler, organist Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. Sabbath services Fridays nt 1:11 EiribiSE^* 1 %  •'• '"" l 'l,1 i SKOO marking ],. 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Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.: Saturday : %  a.m. All residents in that area are invited to attend. Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshiboth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyoa Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Services daily 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.; Mincha 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Friday evening services at sundown. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St Services Saturday morning at 1:00 o'clock First Jewish Congregation ol Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven. Rabbi Da Koven will officiate at services IV.lay at 8:15 p.m. Hebrew cjasses dally from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sunday school from 9:45 to 12 noon. Temple Emanu-El of Ft Lauderdale and Hollywood (Reform). 1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Hanson, rabbi. Services Friday st 8 p m. Dr. Ranson will preach. Hebrew sessions Saturday •I"?'• r, '"Klous school Sunday 9:45. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St. Miami Beach. I)al!> services ?:J0 a.m. and 5:30 P.m_; Saturday morning at t a.m. Friday evening service 5:30 p.m. 2fo !" r< t y at p m ,h re ,1 b* S^oMiw for „<-J 1 'l'-*n of the entire M£2^£? „ n r'" monU will be Witt hT 1 ""'" %  e.w dance, and songs •be UHiaht by Botobto Uw. r rw ra^K^^=5f Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orlhodoxl. Tides HoteL Miami Beach. Batm H. Horowitz. _,„| services 6:80 P.m. Frldar W' T | services at 7:30 a.m. and i M P "'• I Cong. Monticello P rk -"i 163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jae* DKatz. ,,,J Friday evening serves .it • % %  %  '.'.al Uto Friday evening S.-IAIC* at ,.1 p.m. Saturday morning •',' 1 \" .'. jjj Sunday school at 10 a.m. Law 'evening services at 8:80 I 1 "i Temple Isaiah (Reform). T> 8c Beach Club. 1 Lincoln *" Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshsy Mann. t n I Services Friday evening •> ^ p.m. Rabbi Mann .^"'SB The religious school Is f ^ lvt H,\ at the Coburn School, 1 > '"> n0Ot Miami Reach from 1" "' %  (..rtf Downtown Synnagogu" i> f | erly old Beth DttvM). ^ 3rdAve. Rabbi Marvin Zfff.) Friday evening service at • ^ urday at 8:30 a.m. The """^fc speak on the Portion of tn Mj|lfh Study group meets at ^'•', w i suit at 5:30 followed by Shslos .^JX* and Maarlv. Daily servn;e• .> ,. t it and 5:46 Sunday morni is • 8;3 —— f3 (Or** Congrsx^Ltion Beth '-^ dox). 590S-W. JiJTJSi Murray Grauer. Cantor J Tambor. 5:] 5 p"j Friday evening services a, 0 M & Friday evening forum at ^ 1 „ portion of* Rabbi will preach on the ^.ed Week. Mlncha at 6.30 r Hti, Shalos Sudos. Junior <** FuJ^ i Saturday 10 a.m. to nooj relUf*^ school 10 to 18 noon U* L, „r.*£ •ehool 1:80. to -3 I MIS'** Talmpd tas<-2 ^""jjiidos. 5:10 followed by ShaK a—



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Georgia's Anti-Mask, Anti-Cross Burning Legislation Climaxes 4-Year Campaign Atlanta. — Gov. Herman Tal! Rosen Unveiling .1 monument • Maurice rlj I 111 Coral G les, will take Su 11. at 2 p.m. at M unt N Ci tneu rj \ | [Survi\ Mrs Rosei '". %  %  %  Id : H -• S anti-mask, anti-cross burning bill here, climaxing a four-year camThe dedicati paign by Gi ia's leading civic, to the mem ry church ;md human groups to unmask the hooded Ku C Klux Klan. Georgia, historic site of the Klan. is the second Southeri to enact such a law. Alabama passed an anti-mask bill last year. Both laws follow model on the subject prepai ;ional offici Anti-1 >el tion L nection with its cducatioi p n K' %  %  I s. c [1 G a runn Klai %  1 rid the G : ted 1 Dui %  S ii .:. I, an | tioi at• %  : ::. Its %  %  purpi titign. Hi ibstitul %  ill w %  f its de: I rlorris Ab: ADL 1 nsultant in Atlai v; n of '•' • l of available m 1 '"•'-• %  %  • n leathers Seminar • %  : %  ture voted actai bill which Mr. Willson prop F. Miller, ADL's South • ordinam na ,.,_ !" and enJ .reed. Klan activity Mrs. Grossman Heads Regional Hadassah Mrs. Murry Grossman of Miami was reelected president of the | Florida Region of Hadassah at a %  nal conference in Jackson-1 ville February 3. 4 and 5. Mrs. Grossman was also ap-1 pointed regional delegate to the j World Zionist Congress to be held usalem in July of this Others named to office were Mrs. Herman Klausner, Jacksonville, Mrs. Albert Morrcll, Or1*9.1! Governor Proclaim* Saturday A* Tag Way For UTatl Cardiac ll,„V Saturday. February 10, has been officially proclaimed by the Govbers and girls from varim, ami and Miami Beach OIIICUIIIV |jiin.-iimii<-u uv nit uu,aim anu Miami Bcich ernor of Florida as tag day for the have been enlisted to BT.II • Scho, National Children's Cardiac Home, ceeds will be used fr P| l>.ILl"ii,il v-iiiiuic, ^v-**<.^ v.. Participating in this event will be the three local chapters Dade, Miami and Flamingo. Donors will be "tagged" with a red heart to indicate that they are helping to mend the hearts of children with rheumatic fever. Chapter members, sorority niemShinkman Unveiling I • Ina %  %  N. Y., %  %  •11 tl] Mount !. %  n • • ".: n front t 12 A ; iry 8. whili v tioning here.' she is survivi i I j her pan nts, Mr. and Mi Ben Shinkn in A %  : Pal%  %  Monumi • C pany. tives and friendi asked to be present. and equipment forThum^? 1 partment, for the CarJ^fi d tenance of children ns, t |i n „ mai home, and for the faeffi?*' out-patient clinic which ft able to all local chuRp"" ing from rheumatic fever Headquarters for Dade chant of which Mrs. Wilham Fa ? r ( chairman and Miss RoslynTh, co-chairman, will be at the K of Mrs. Morris Obole, 14 A i ho Ave., Miami Beach ^ Headquarters for the Miami, naminn chapters will ^ Miami Title & Abstract c'Lti 124 Shoreland Arcade T Chairman is Mrs. W Coronation Dance To Benefit Heart Fund A "Coronation Dance" will be sponsored by the Coral Gables Young Adult Group at the Sea Gull Hot< I, Miami Beach, on Sunday, February 11, at 8:30 p.m. I! Might of the affair will be and her co-chairman, Mrs DI! the sell n of a -Queen of Parnes. Chairman of thi Khmi'n Hearts" from the ladies present, chapter is Mrs. s. Music will be provided by Rafael ;m<1 her co-chairmen, M and his Rumbi I Zinner and Mrs. Lillian IJ^ndel The National Heart Fund and L ThoS( -' wishing t,, other worthwhile charities will,, con ta ct u "' benefit from the affair, according w* vicinity. The N malfM drens Cardiac H at 4250 W. Plaal 'I'OIlf Nurse's Aides Called R< : C sued an %  %  gency call „ om J '" ; ': il Hospital N : been and hav, islyinhosj %  Set For Tuesday Fourth session of the seminar for Jewish Sunday school teachers will deal with "Relating the I to the Home." Highlight of the session will be a symposium, in which participants will be Mrs Malvina %  Leibman, principal of South h Elementary School; Mrs. Huth Russ, president of the Temple Beth Sholom PTA; and Mrs Sylvia Bernstein, director of the Beach V Nursery School. The Speakers will analyze the forces m th md school in order to bring about healthful educational experiences. The session will be held at Mrs. Murry Grossman lando, Mrs. David Cowen, Tampa. Miss Lillian Goodman. Miami i, vice presidents: Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Miami Beach, treasMrs. Ilymaii KatZ, Jacksonville, recording secretary; Mrs. Leonard Egert, Miami, corresponding secretary. Members of the board include Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Miami Beach, Mrs. Carl Bruckenfeld, W< Palm Beach, Mrs. Michael Hinden. Sarasota, Mrs. Gustov Bear, Orlando, Mrs. Sam Si< gel, Haines City, and Mrs. Sidney ; Gluckman, Daytona Beach. to Heui :: Nord< nberg, president. Tickets may be purchased from any memb r of the group or at th( Coral Gables Jewish Center. A mi i;oi cade down Lin %  : R and Collins Avenue al 10 p.m. Saturday will publicize the B'nai B'rith Young Ladies A membership social will be ired by Star Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, on Saturday, February 10. at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss Sheila Wishman, 114 S.VV. 9th St. President Doris Brown will outline the community service programs for the coming year. The social program will be under the direction ol Miss Wishman and Estelle Nager. iDca Board Meeting Slated A meeting of the board of the Miami Chapter of the Am. Jewish Congress is scheduled for Wednesday, February 14, at 1 !p. m. at the home of Mrs. Cecelia jKasov, 2256 S. W. 16th Terrace. ; according to Mrs. Ben Hertz, president. w^m flabbl Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Ph8ne 5-3595 ELITE CHOCOLATE and CANDIES PRODUCTS of ISRAEL Truly Delicious! Now on Sale at Food Fair ond Carl's Markets i i %  %  n if Hv Iuis Schwartzi of Jewish Edicatioi f G Till!) 4,AGg|i:.\ -ON THF TRBTT" FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES Open From TO,, 0 !" NEW PATIO'DEAL FOR LL\rrA. R A "EVER. Owner For superlative cuisine in an atmosphere of quiet elegance DAVID ROSNER Invites you to dine once again at his luxurious H O T E L GOOD On the Ocean at 43rd Street, Miami Beach Of Course — Dietary Laws Strictly Observed Dinner 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. For reservations Phone 58-1451 7/eCa from weather.vone to welcomemat... modern as '51 new furnishings throughout ... new coffee shop and dining room newly landscaped tropical gardens swimming pool, dancing ... planned entertainment. SPfCIAl TEARIY J SUSOH MIES AlFRED STONE ; t£l(PHCN£"J8.J74 5 Jewish Funeral Services... TONIGHT FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. • NO MINORS ALLOWED MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB IXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. Day Workers $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Are. Ph. 93607 No Charge to Employer conducted with reverent regard to every Jewish religions tradition. Our full knowledge of all the requirements and our many years of faithful service to Jewish families afford the comforting assurance that each service shall be correct in every detail. In our two complete funeral chapels, heautifully furnished and decorated, throughout, every funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere of dignity and peace.' Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Weil Flagler &: 20th AvT Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach „,, 1236 Washington Avc.. Phone 5-7777 W" 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE EDWARD T. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE EISENBERC Trewurcf IN NEW YORK: 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave. BROOKLYN BRONX LONC ISLAND



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r av FEBRUARY 9, 1911 •Jmistlks'kMar' PAGE 5 A iien Appointed lubilee Chairman \ Wien. a member of r 1 Of %  sp • .V' %  the %  I Raff, co-< V :• %  Bd CVI. New Academy Women's Group Meets Thursday Second meeting of the newly organized Mian rleb demy '•' %  • at 8 p. m. in the h > %  1141 S. W 10th SI Dr. David S An ^iden: Mrs In v Mrs will head the telephone tee. > Fish Dinner Scheduled n I W i k Circle Branch 69: a fish dinner on Sunday. F ary 11, at 6 p. m. at the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue. M.ami Beach. Mrs, Ida Spevack la chairman of the affair, and reservations may be made by calling 5-1031. Pr '<-< ads will g1 I .. la th %  adoption of a European child. ••• • • • ird Wien Andron, J. J. Sheppard. \ Gn enberg. Nathan Ratner. j .. G Pi ter Nllea, Paul Ion Jesso, Alvin Landsburgh: ennt, Dr. Leonard Weil, \ 'ii Courshon. BurRoth, William Glick, Jerry S\ I Leonard of Miami's |\ A ffice, Walter Jacobs. Eut Dr. Murray Reckson. Roy Singer, president of the Federation of Musi-: publicity. Hank Meyer. Irman; Stuart Newman. IrvII, Larry Solloway. and Maurice Serotta; women's iliary, Mrs. Monte Selig. chairh: Mrs. Hi rtha Danbaum, Mrs. h Ginsberg, Mrs. Rose Kramer. i Mrs. Jane^ Bernstein; ar... ements, Nfft. Leonard A. Hi and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. %  chairmen. ibbi Shapiro Will >eak At Installation Max Shapiro will be ileipal speaker at the second I tallation banquet on the l" SI re Jewish Center on uary 18. at 6:30 p.m. I Si th-Haven Hotel. 1 I will be installed of the organization. \i be recognized at the y Fein, first vice \ Leo Steinman, second s :n Jaffee, third ent; Abe Weintraub, I'lli '. president; Jacob fifth vice president: Markowitz, corresponding Jack Pritt, treasurer; rt, financial secretary: li sexton; and Lester skv. rei ording secretary. VALUABLE HEBREW CALENDAR! A NEW EDITION! FREE TO OUR READERS! kbove is the famous 24-Year lewew-English Calendar; the new jcuition goes, to 1952, starting in I*-*. Jewish Holidays, 1939 to fy arrangement with one of our F ve "isen this useful calendar m new edition is being sent free to ?"*"* "I this publication. For your Fpy, write a letter or postcard to:H. i. H.in, c., D*pt. 11 PIWAuroh 30, Pa. Zionists To Hear Kabbi Shapiro R„ M i %  %  '•djust V ilty of tr of spokei n tli I Ji •in 1944. I sti L : p rl D and Jacob C. Fishman Israel Shapiro with arrangements are Paul E Ki li m S • rman and Irving S. man. Making plans for the Richard Tucker concert to b* sponsored by the Hebrew Academy at the Miami Beach Auditorium on February 25 are 1. to r. Mrs. Sitomer. Tucker. Lewis M. Escott and Mrs. Louis MakoTsky. president of the Hebrew Academy Women. CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 1511 NJL 29th SU Phone 82-17:11 i



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 Jew *#tksit, tr PAGE 9 B Oka Heads Beach Zionist Board judge Kenneth Oka, Miami Beach peace justice was unSmously elected chairman of he board of directors of the Miami Beach Zionist District, acAhx Van Straaten, Ok i succeeds Abraham Goodlent of the Zionist Organizati n of America. Been i e in residence to New York. G ii dman's resignation was %  board, and the ted to name him honorary b tard for life. Judge Oka. chairman of the group's annual dinner last year. vice president of the is past exalted ruler of i F.Iks, past president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. vice! nt of Temple Beth Sholom, of -Miami Beach YM & WliA and a member of the Miami M ins and Optimists. He lucation at the Colof New York and Harvai I Law School. Obituaries NATHAN SELTZER 16, :i l. si, I, rn of ihJewish llr.ni.. for the Aged, P.d awaj on JaJfu !" }• "'' "fa %  < %  resident here for 12 yean coming from Carmel N i ,,„" 1 retired Hebrew teacher H Wavea a daughter. The remain ... aent to \ ni. N .1 for •in bj Gordon 1 LEO SCHORNSTEIN i • 1819 Meridian A away i I %  l i • Carl and Has ,""'''.' !,v ,•-' Mis Ii KappholU, all of N< V, .1 The .. weri in lo Ki ., ir„rk | and interment i c j 11 in,-. %  •air Ol < .1 \ Campaign leaders ESTHER NAPOLI of 1748 M u i HI, in .... ,. ,.,, awaj .i iii.i irj 3. Shi cam. hi n three ago fi -III New .l-i s-v and her husband, John; H brother p Mrs. MinnleOsher and I II Mrs. Pearl Bchorf. all of New y %  %  ; i inremains were Renl lo Mew Vork for services and Interment by Gordon Funeral Home. LOUIS GROSS' SI, retail hardware dealer of 7781 x.w. loth Ave., passed away Sunday He I i irvlved by hli n %  ;... i.. a .•mil two sons. The remains were sen! in Ni w S/oi k for --I \ I, -s and Intel men! by I lordon Puni ral Home, bi 11; his mother, Mrs. Marc Goldstein, all ol Mlai a brother, <> Gold, of Palm Beach. Services were conducted In Gordon funeral Chapel. Interment follow, ii in Mi. Nebo. AARON KANNER Chairman "/ Trades Unit ROSE BLOOM 57, a winter visitor, passed away Prlday. She isurvived by her hus |band, Abraham. Thremali were sent to Jersey City for services and Interment bj l leai !i Memorial • '\ 1850 Alton Road, Ilrivr-In To Open [Saturday Night Treasure Island, in North Bay %  Village, 79th Street Causeway, [will be the scene Saturday, February 10, of the grand opening [of the first of a chain of drive-in ants to stretch from Florida to Maine, under the name %  "Chimney Chain — Florida to IMainc." Entertainment will be provided I rtez and his 15 violins and [Vocalist June Gardner, headline attraction at Ciro's, Miami Beach jnitery. Ciro Impressario Nat Harris will be in charge. First of the Chimney Chain was Assigned by Robert B. Swartburg Nomar Construction Co. is Phe builder. The drive-in is ownfcd and operated bv Iris Corp., of [which B. B. Weissberg is present. The building, with its large peon-lighted chimney, fronts on filei causeway. Service to 120 cars ps from both sides of the building. An oversize projection affords shelter for patrons and carpops. There is also a large patio Pnd indoor dining room. A cockPU lounge and dance area may be built later. I> brick chimney and fire! motif will be the outstanding of all future projects I i himney Chain—Florida to Caine, according to Weissberg. ne first unit, on the 79th Street Lau.., way, will be open day and nignt. SYLVIA B. JULIEN of B30 W i Ird Co n t, passed away In .i local hospital M laj. She M.I. i he wife "f l >i Lewis Julia a id also leaves her sons, Richard, Bruce and Peter; her mother, Eva Bi sister, Doroth) Slrahs, of New York; brothers, Harry Berman, of New V,nk and Joajeph A. Berman -l Miami Beach. Mrs. Julien was vice president "f the Parents-Teachers Assoi latlon of Miami Beach Senior llieh School and was on he board of the Nautilus School, Miami Beach, Services were conducted at Beach Memorial Chapel, is:,n Alton Road, wiiii Rabbi Leon Kronixh officiating, interment took pl.ii c in Ml. Nebo CemeteryMRS. BESSIE GOLDROSEN 62, of 850 Jefferson Ave.. passed away In a beach hospital Sunday. She came here five years ago from Glen Cover, l,. I. and leaves her husband, Louis, a sister, Mis. Esther Goldman of Miami, and four brothers, Bervices were held al 'Miami Beach Riverside" with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky officiating;. Interment t'"ik placi In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. ABRAHAM ADELSTEIN 15. passed away on January 31 in a local hospital. He leaves his wife, l^iana. Mr. Adelstetn was a retired grocer. The remains were sent to New York for services and Interment by Ileach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. HYMAN GREEN 61. of sol Euolld Ave., a winter visitor from Asbury I'ark, passed away at home suddenly <•" Saturday. He leaves his wife, Minnie, and one daughter. He Was B member Of Workman's Circle, Branch GliT, of Asbury I'ark. The remains were sent to that City for services and Interment by ••Miami Beach Riverside." MORRIS LASSER "S. of 611 76th St., Miami Reach, a winter visitor for the past 16 years. passed away hYlday. He was a retired liquor dealer and leaves his wife, Rebecca. The remains were sent to Newark, N. J., by Bench Memorial Chapel, 1S50 Alton Road. LOUIS A KRUGER 54. of 1200 Euclid Ave., passed away I suddenly at his residence Saturday. |A World War 1 Veteran, Mr. Krvmcr was a winter visitor from Brooklyn where the remains Mere sent for services and Interment by "Miami Reach Riverside." He leaves his wife, Gertrude. MITCHEL RALPH 54, a winter visitor for the past 10 years, passed away Monday. The remains M'ere sent to New York for sendees and interment by Reach Memorial Chapel, 1S50 Alton Road. KATE LEVINE 65. a winter visitor for the past 20 years, passed a May Monday. She leaves a son, Jack, of Atlantic Reach. L. I. The remains were sent to New York for services and Interment by Reach Memorial Chapel, 1860 Alton Road. Augusl Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 MRS. ALTA R. SHERMAN 72, of 4411 N. Michigan .We passed away in a Reach hospital on January :il. She came here a year ago and lived with a daughter. Mrs. i ranees Levlnaon. Surviving is another daughter, Mrs. Mary Candler, of \\'acousta, Mich., and one son Herald I i:. of Nakomis, Fla. Th. remains were sen! to Waoousta for services and Interment by "Miami Reach Riverside." SfcNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH e 24 hour GRADUATE NURSE care e RICE, SALT FREE or ANY other DIETS e All rooms with PRIVATE BATHS, patios, solaria, ELEVA. 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PAGE 6 A Jewish Rcridliari FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, ig s >> "Strictly Neighbors By HELEN ALPERT GLA ?;Tit "Si better," as carried on the Wild West postcard sent by Betty Levi from Temple, Ariz. Popular Phil Levi stands as oj Miami's earliest pioneers. They're waiting at Temple until daughtei has her baby Stanley Hose:' Mum is back home from Mt. Sinai, after a sudden collapse, as yet undiagnosed. HOTEL HOPS: The Arnold Lew whose name you caughl in last week's Flondian as visitor of the Julius Mufsons. for a look-see at the Mufson s first son. is the tremendously renowned Britisher who staged a five-year-long Open House for the Yanks through World War If. at h ; s country estate outside London. He quietly received a Key to the City from Mayor Turk at the Atlantic Towers Hotel, where he and Mrs. Levy stopped. The new baby couldn't have picked a more distinguished uncle Hialeah regulars are the Varsailles' Wolferrnan couple from New York, with their longtime friends, the Al Lcichtegs ... Quickie-trips to catch some sun were managed by some collegians during mid-semesters—like Norman Ter.enbaum. Stanley Abel and Dave J. Bccksr. Norman is getting his Master's in French from Columbia. At the Hotel Good, he's been eagerly talking opera with exceptional Ruth Slotnick, who's about to resume voice-training in Philadelphia ... Stan Abel, soph at the Corne:i hotel school, joined his folks who operate t'.-.e Otis. He drove down in his new Mercury wilh frathrjther Dave Becker of Hartford, who enters Harvard Medical school in the fall. Becker, in turn, visited his aunt and uncle, the Sol Fischers Dave Polur. physicist instructor at Clemson in Potsdam. N. Y., also got here briefly. But then, so did the sun PSYCHOLOGY CAN WORK: I ih Dr. S I B idle 1 y visit. (A specially His Poinl t or.ee the t to rything. on fit : rely the i tior tomed t %  a lively 'wren tv ndov while In lut Mother, t to do? 1 iw." I looked : ': weekly Flo:. lit • COURTESY PAYS: Movie-trailers and area-wide Courtesy Nights are blueprinted by the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce's potent new Courtesy Committee. The committee called its first 1951 session in the comforts of Ed May's office at the Lincoln Theatre. Harry Zuckernick. our fighting milk man. blew in to swap big new ideas with Leo Eisenstein, Henry Cove, Jack Ross. Ed, and Chairman Ray Sterling. Courtesy-winners each months are awarded a S25 government bond. The boys inc'uded me on their committee for the usual reason, I guess—they get tired of hearing solely baritones. HIGH VOLTAGE: The ganization for municipal ownership of its lerj ith I ting arguer.ts against what ed as thi F! u i la Power and Lool A. J. (Stumpy) K ned with high-voltagi facts etter power al • rently on a speaking' M ';'• e seeking groups and envelopes, and • support, for the 19 ; HANDS ACROSS THE DESK: ne, got a phone call potted thi e, and turned ... Visiting nurse Pete Cohen %  '•'.'•. • %  ...... | 1 in for a bit, ig up friei • • Lyn Daughterv. Sen. £ ird Holland's publii I | %  '.. twood •' % %  %  I ih %  ; il :. in ling Mrs. Mendes, admi it Mt. Sinai, and "pi %  ; ;r:c ,\!ex Will Celebrate Golden Anniversary 300 Sign Brandeis Chapter Charter Some 300 names were on the charter of the newly organized Greater Miami Cha, ., ..'.though nditions the industry faces. the David Porvins, ? an ; "; d %  : Sti n (he's Saul's partner in the President %  I N Brown, thi • Bette Am v ,; :::,v Newi I a list that could stretch over the page but stops—hi TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE. — Ml. B. Phone for Reservations—5-6651 5-4907 Aii Conditioned — Erwin and Louise Frishntt 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 DOOR-TO-DOOR LONG DISTANCE WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. 7. J MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE HOVEBS I Miimci mmin i cnapter of tt> I J (National Women's Committee tZ\ Brandeis University. Mr S V a ?!u Tu,k president of the new group. Other officers include Mrs. M. G Goldin Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg M r Harry Gordon, Mrs. Aaron FW and Mrs. Emanuel G ildstrich vice presidents; Mrs. rj Phillips, treasurer; Mrs. Sam Sil ver. recording secretary; Mrs" Milton Adler, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Seymour Satin.fi. nancial secretary; and Mrs. Louis Sherman, assistant finani. retary. The women's con building and fui n ng ^ Brandeis University I. Mrs. Ginsburg and strich were chairmen ments for the meeting held at Casablanca Hotel last w Boy Scout Troop Will Participate In Servces Troop 330 of the Bo> its j of America will mark I w. ek by participating in bath services of the C Jewish Center on Frida ary 9, at 8:15 p. m. The troop is sponsor. ;. ami Beach Post 330 : ish War Veterans and i direction of Scoutmaster Irv Cooperman. The scouts will be in full uniform and will colors when they mai unit. Rabbi Morris A. S I deliver a sermon on I of Boy Scout Week. — I-Mail A dinner on Saturday night at the Hotel Good. Miami Beach, will honor Rabbi and Mrs. Kalmen Shapiro, 109 Collins Island, on their golden anniversary. They are the parents of Rabbi Max Shapiro and have resided in Miami Beach for the past year and a hall. Among guests at the dinner, besides Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro, will be two other sons and three daughters who live in New York and Baltimore and their families. Rabbi and Mrs. Kalmen Shapiro were married 50 years ago in Plinslc. Poland. His last active charge was in Brooklyn. At present he is associated with Mount Sinai Hospital. On Saturday two of their grandsons. Mosheh Sholom. son of Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro, and Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gruber of Baltimore. Md„ will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David. The following evening Congregation Beth David will honor Rabbi Max Shapiro at a reception in recognition of 18 years of service to the synagogue. Deborah Society To Seal Icadfis Create:Miami Chapter of the Di b ii ah Tuberculosis Society will hold its second annual installation dinner dance and show on Sunday, February 11. at 6:30 p.m. at Copa C Participating in the show will be Sophie Tucker, Billy Daniels and Joe E Lewis. To 11 • • died at the cerere Mrs. Rhoda M. Levine %  Sara H Hand, Mrs iel Kulok, Mrs. Raymond Mi Ed Sit %  M vVilA. Weintraub, via presiMrs. He: man Gil Mrs. S. Koerm hni retary; Mrs M n i is Kulok, assistant %  Irs. ,,, recordii %  retary; Mrs Ann., wolf, finaii ecret • %  I seen Sydney Ginsbi ynd L: nan. WOMAN To take care of house and cooking for 2 people, no children, must have good reference. Call 48-8797 JWV Post Meets West Miami Post 223 of the Jewish War Jeterans met M Thursday. February 8. at 8:15 p. m. at the West Miami Jewish i'. 5720 S. W. 17th Street. Commander Willard H. Bender presided. HOTEL RAMAZ Dining Room Open to the Public isravl in Miami Kvarh • Cozy • Different Atmosphere • Strictly Kosher WEISER Management 146 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2844 Somdmf KOSHER CATERERS Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 ot 58-4891 (Evening*) L '''" !t '' ( Superruion of Greater Mum, Vud H*k* WANTED: RETIRED OR SEMI RETIRED JEWISH MAN Unmarried, to live in at funeral home; able to intelligently take messages by phone, in return for room and small salary. Apply in person: Gordon Funeral Home. 710 S.W. 12th Ave. % Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Telephone 3-1 HI urdine's Sundusif. ~hu/itoai IT'S KARASTAN RUG WEEK at Burdine's Feb. 12th thru 17th • REGISTER THIS WEEK in Burdine's Rug Department. You may win the 9x12Karastan American Casual Rug being given away this week. • COME IN AND SEE a costly imported, hand-made rug and a machine-woven Karastan on display. 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FfflDAY ^FEBRUARY 9, 1951 LEGAL NOTICE r.ir BSSEN, Plaintiff, vs. B HffltBERT ESSEN, Defendant. co TJpographloal Union {•ni..n Square and Uth Street tfav York, N. Y. Yoiiarr hereby notified that a Hill „f Complaint for Divorce has been fi'l .wauist you and you are hereby l',uiii.Ml "> serve B *' ,v of your ISwer 1!" I "" Ptahltffra attorney. u'iltX M. FAF.ER, %  112 Congress nulklinc, Miami, Florida, and file Seorlflnal In the office of the Clerk nf the Circuit Court Od or before the ?h dav of March, 1951. otherwise a pro confesso will be entered %  ralnst I'OU. I ni Miami. Florida, thla 80th iuv of January, 1951. oa> B. II. LEATHERMAN, I nerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) (U By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. J/J-M6-I3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Kittys Market at 7312 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, BETTY JEAN GIORDANO I JOSEPH PARDO I All ney for iwner % %  : %  %  Si bold Bldg. In He: ESTATE OF SAMUEL WoLF, Deceased. T u £"f£ r £"" ,, H 1 1 1 AM Persons HavEstate '"" "'" ; "" ] Agalnal Said n.Ti'f",'' i"'"'. h of you arp herebv claims and demands which you or either of you, may have ogalnst the estate Of SAMUEL VTOLF, deceased :;; M k D ?, d0 < %  •"">•• Florida, to the 1 %  J; lHanton, County judge of Dade County, and flic the same in his ?SM J." '"" County Courthouse In 5S ". Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address or the claimant and to be aworn to and presented as aforesaid, or name Tail it 517**; S '" *"•"•' %  > UO of the 193.1 Probate Act. Date January 26, AD. 1951. ESTHER WOIjr As Executrix of the Last win and Testament of SAMUEL WOLF Deceased. PA 1.1/ )T. BILVER, TATIIAM. ABDO & MULLOY Attorneys for Executrix 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT nt ri."i;n>A IN AND FOR HAM; (MISTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. UAROARET SIDNEY PINKOSKY, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL PINKOSKY, .ant. r 'ORPORAL MICHAEL PINKOSKY, U 111537, II.IMand Hdqs, Sod. 2d Air Division A. P. 0, II, c/o Postmaster, New Fork, New York rOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that i Complaint for Divorce has been filed f you, and you are hereby repaired to serve a copy of your answer t> the complaint on plaintiffs atiiniey. LEONARD L. KIMHALL, 412 Kress Building, Miami, Florida, and le the original answer in the office It the Clerk of the Circuit Court on %  before March 5, 1951, in default of hieh the complaint will be taken as %  l against you. Dated this 30th day of January. E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. ircuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, K-9-11-13 DPPU,V C,Prlc NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COl'NTY JUDGE'S COURT IN' AND FOR DADE COUNTY r''U KluA N PROBATE, X„: Z5133. In Re: ESTATE OF MORTON SAM 1AGAN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Haying Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MORTON SAM PAGAN, deceased, late of Dade Countv, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. HLANTON, County Judge of Dado County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida", within eight calendar months from tho date of tho first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address, of tho claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of tho 1933 Probate Act. Date January 16. A.I). 1951. EVELYN S. HERSHBETN, As Administratrix of the Estate of MORTON SAM FAGAN, Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Administratrix 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that p.undersigned, desiring to engage in rusmess under tho fictitious name of IV. ->.. APARTMENT* at number Ew-iTM Byron Avc, in the City of %  >ami Reach, Florida, Intends to fglster the said name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dade County, I,,,, „ SARAH KARBAL •AMD P. C.vis MAN |t'oii„.y f.,r A,,,,Ih-ant %  Di Uncoln Road nidg. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS |v, ,.,.„,,. NAME LAW 3 HEREBY GIVEN that r said name rcult Court of [,,"• %  '"{end to registei r' % %  ; %  lerk of the Clrc "' % %  ounty, Florida %  "'-l.jl'll SHAPIRO. Trustee ,'A\ DA. MAGDOL, Trustee v J !" \ A N BROWN, Trustee i A X F M. N QREENWALD I NI 'WMANCTUU> TrUS,e WANT (Not mo P" 1 Reach, Florida 1 :'3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS iltVPira NAM E LAW k I IS "EREBT GIVEN that %  n 1 !"" l '.,' l s ; ri,u -' '•• *W In I under the fictitious name of t;;, ,,; DISCOUNT COMPANY I •> at 4151 N. w. 16th strct. | %  % %  • Florida, intend oo reN ,'.' name with the Clerk of the : sn;N;;v";A^vi;-R u ""'1 ", for Applicant in Road I %  i' h, Florida c 1-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • line \i %  "'., %  Washington id,i u "." Beach. Florida! Inrk of ,'i~' s, '. r Si,i 1 "•""•' lth the f"niy? Florid^ '* C urt f ; "''' P W A rS CB ABRAjaKW i, [r Applicant n Road "!'. Florida 'l NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PRORATE, No. 25 310. In Re: ESTATE OF LEAH FIXJRENCE NELKEN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Yo*c and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of LEAH FLORENCE NELKEN i!e,eased, late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Rlanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of tho claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 26, AD. 1151. CORINNE SARTORH'S As Executrix of he Last Will and Testament of I.EA1I FLORENCE NELKEN, Deceased. DE COSTAS. MAER & FLOYD 606-S Biscayne Building Miami 32. Fla. Attorneys for Executrix 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Warren Supply at :ITH N.W. 50th Street, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EUGENE R. KATZ JAMES I1KKSI.. >\V E8TELLE B. BRESLOW 2/2-9-16-23 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 111104. ALICE SMITH. Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES SMITH. Defendant. To: CHARLES SMITH 17 Dundas street Edinburgh 3, Scotland You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, %  copy of which is enclosed hei i lOi, on Plaintiff's attorney, and file Unoriginal in tinoffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dole County. Florida, on or before the 21st day Of February, 1*51, otherwise the allegations Of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated: Miami. Florida, this 12nd day of January, 1951. ..... E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Beal) __,By WM. W. STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk. SAMIKl, .1. RAND Attorney for Plaintiff Inn? olvmpin lluilding Miami 32. Florida 1/26 2/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B FI lA'l4, ^,V ,,,lrr '"•' THE IV Vvn • I,|AI CIRCUIT, Fromi\J KoH DADB COUNTY 13S3461 ~~ IN C11A N, '1'-RV, No! "i Nl i t t'i\, A -'' 1 :ltS PklntlK. vs. LILLIAN ALPER8, Defendant You LILLIAN ALPERS, SI Ridge r. ,',', %  P* w York Clty Nw Tor£ arS requhed to serve a copy of your Answer to the Rill of Uomplalnt* for Hprar,mS., i''"lntlff'H attorney, "rll.li.il In tl„. offi.e of the t'U-ik of this l.ourt on or before March 2. PC.I been, e",' 1 '"""" ''"' *& wll De entered against von. DATED January 11, m.-.i E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Beal) By it. II. RICE, JR., T o 16 3 Deputy Clerk. ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'V'A<'•''.!'' IT COURT "" THE v \v>."[. •J I '" I, "'AD CIRCUIT, M, u.V "" : |,A|, 1': COUNTY, JRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No! Y1 rT^\, s A "" u SKV Plaintiff, vs. JAI OB SADOW8KY, Defendant. You, JACOB 8ADOWSKY, Residence I nknown. are required to serve lt cooy Of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiffs attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file tho original In the office of the '"'*,"' tn Court on or before March i, i :•• %  i. otherwise a Decree Pro Conreeso will be entered against you. DATED January 30, 1851. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By it. II. RICE, JR., 2/2-9-16-23 DePU,y C erk LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Tho 20th Street Self Service Laundry and Dry Cleaning Agency at ,",os N.W 20th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said namo with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN AARON PAUL FOX 1/26 1/1-9-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersign, d, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Mel-Shell Apartments at 1046 N. W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dado Countv, Florida. RUBEN MARGOLIS and SYLVIA MARGOLIS MANUEL LUBEL Attorney for Applicants 718 Pan American Bank Bldg. 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA—No. 23,246. RE: ESTATE OF JESSIE WALTON ARRINGTON Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Jessie Walton Arrington, deceased; and that on the 5th day of March. 1951, I will apply to the Honorable W. I". HLANTON. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final reiiort and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of Jessie Walton Arrington, deceased. Thla 31st day of January. 1951. WILLIAM A. ARRINGTON, Executor, Estate of Jessie Walton Arrington, dee'd. ELRY STONE Attorney for Executor loin Congress Building, Miami, Fla. 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Southern Merchandise at US 28th street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID ISRAEL IRVING WISCH GEORGE KATZ 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FY>R DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118152. RUTH KATZ, Plaintiff, vs. HYMAN KATZ. Defendant TO: HYMAN RATE, 1150 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to tile the original answer In the ..in. of the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 5 da> of March, A D 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the :tl dav of January. 1951. i: \: LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court, Dade county, Florida, (Circuit Courl Seal) B] WM. W STIICKING, Deputy cl.rk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1021 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida 1 1-9: NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, NO. 25279. In Re: ESTATE OF ABRAHAM N. 'KioDMAN. also known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN. ABE 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 notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN, etc., deceased, late of Miami Beach, Dado County, Florida, to the Hon. F. Iilanton, County Judge of Dado County, and file the same p, his office in tho County Courthouse in Dado County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will bo barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 11th, A.D. 1951. LILLIAN GOODMAN, As Administratrix of the Estate of ABRAHAM N. GOODMAN, also known as ABRAHAM GOODMAN, ABB GOODMAN, and A. N. GOODMAN. Deceased. IRVING CYPEN, 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Administratrix 1/19-26 2/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage iji business under the fictitious name of BOUTHGATE CENTRE c/o Palms Motel. 6600 S. Dixie Highway. South Miami, Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun.ty. Florida. SAMUEL B, FREEDMAN • STANLEY ItASKIN AMY FREEDMAN ELAYNE RASKIN GENET K GENET Attorneys for all parties 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 15150. In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIAM IRA BERRY, 1 ii .eased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may hav.against the estate of .WILLIAM IRA BERRY, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to tho Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge f.f Dade County, and file tin same In his office in the I !ounty Court house in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he •worn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred Dato Januarv 22. AD 1951. JOSEPH PARDO. As Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM IRA BERRY, Deceased. J. F. GORDON 914 Seybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Administrator 1/26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137812. MICHAEL ANGELICO. Plaintiff, vs. MARY ANGELICO, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY ANGELICO c/o MARY ABEDELAHAD 423 East ll.-.th Street New York City, New York You MARY ANGELICO, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 813 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in tho office of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court on or before the 12 day of Feb., 1951. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded ill the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11 day of Jan., A.D. 1901. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Daile County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN. ESQ., S23 Seybold Bldg. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137949. MARIA J. J LANDRY, Plaintiff, vs. ROGER LANDRY. Defendant. TO ROGER LANDRY. DEFENDANT: You are required to serve a copv of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint upon the plaintiffs attorney, MORTON ROTHENBERG, M0 Lincoln Road, Miami Bench, Florida, and file tho original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before February 16, 19.il; otherwise, said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 16 day of Januarv, 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 inbusiness under the fictitious namo of MAYFAIR ACADEMY FOR LITTLE FOLKS at :•:.'.! Hay Harbor Terrace. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register sairl name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. BARBARA MAYFAIR (sole owner) GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Applicant 42^ "HITLIN £ COMPANY PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 t N. %  2nd ST. MIAMI St. FLA. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In business ander the fictitious name of BOULEVARD AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL AND DRIVER CLINIC at Biscayne Boulevard at 19th BtreeJ, Miami, Florida, int.lids to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County) Florida. W. J. 4HII1) CARLSON DE COSTAS, MAER FLOYD, Attorneys for W. J. (Bill) Carson 606-8 Biscayne Building, Miami 32. Florida 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137S34. BERNARD FELDMAN, Plaintiff, vs. ELSIE FELDMAN. Defendant. You. ELSIE FELDMAN, 1101 Tr.th street. Brooklyn, New York, are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Rill of Complaint for divorce on plaintiff's attorney and file the Original in the of/Ice of tho Clerk of this Court on or before February 10, 1961, otherwise a Decree Pro Cotifesso will be entered against vou. Dated January 11, 1951. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk (Circuit Court Beal) By R. H RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. HAROLD SHAPIRO Plaintiff's Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Florida 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 PALMS MOTEL at 6600 S. Dixie Highway, South Miami, Dade County. Florida, Intend to register said namo with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL It. FREEDMAN STANLEY RASKIN AMY FREEDMAN ELAYNE RASKIN GENET & GENET Attorneys for all parties 1/19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i IF FLORIDA, IN AND l'i IR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 13781S. JOSEPHINE GRSKOVICH, Plaintiff, VS. JOSEPH GRSKOVICH, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JOSEPH GRSKOVICH 428 West 4Srd Street New York City, N V You. JOSEPH GRSKOVICH, 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 Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorn.'. Ben Essen, 823 Beybold Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office ,f the Clerk c.f the Circuit court on or before the 12 day of Feb., 1951, if you fall to do so, judgment by dj-fauit will be taken against y.. i for the relief demanded in tho Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In Th,. Jewish Florldian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this ll day of Jan.. A.D. 1951. H. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. citjcuit Court. Dole County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. SHOCKING. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1/19-26 8/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADFJ COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 137953. ROSLYN TAUB, Plaintiff, vs. MAX TAUB, Defendant. TO: MAX TAUB. c/o St. Francis Hotel. 47th Street & Broadway. New York City, New York. You are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the .f I ice of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court on or before the 19 day of February, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will bo taken as confessed by yotl. Dated at Miami. Florida, this the 16 day of January, 1951. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, llor.l.i. (Circuit Court Seal) By: It. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1023 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 1. 19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 138161. \\.\ KLOPPER, Plaintiff, vs. CARL KLt (PPER, I vfendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CARL KLOPPER 1-:: Orange Street Newark, New Jersey You. CARL KLOPPER, are be: notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yoU, and you are required to serve s copy of your Answ.ior Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on tinplaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 823 Seybold Bldg Miami. Florida and filo the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the ci.rk ,.f the Circuit Court on or before the -'I ii.t. of February, 1951. if you fall to do so. Judgment bj default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published each week for four consecutive Wi in Th.Jew Mi Florldian. 1 INE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21 dav of Januarv, A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl Circuit Court, D.nie County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIGE, Deputy Clerk. REN BS8EN, ESQ., S23 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1/26 2/2-9-16



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+Jewlstfk****£FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1951 PAGE 10 A Luncheons. Meetings On Agenda As 1951 < ombined %PP eai pieks i P speed Academy Students Mark Music Month %  thei-SOB fourscme : :v-rohere bai rr'.-dged ::= Whole..-. I : ted i %  =.:e D: .':I; f e: r. --: Mrs. Stanley C. Myen ehairzren of the honor ..* woxen I -.:• -" Mrs. Helen Gahagari Douglas. wsrr.aa frcm California and noted acrttss; and ':. R. Narot. The picture was taken ;-. the honor divi ion recent'.? bald at the Casablanca Hotel at which Mrs. —.v % % %  • %  %  Douglas was principal speaker. Makir.g plans for the luncheon to zt given by the ycur.g matrons division of the women's gift unit OB Tuesday February 13. at Westview Country Club are Mrs. Sam Coclik. Mrs. Warren Bernstein and Mrs. Maurice Orovitz. Mrs. Emil Gcuid. chairman of the division, was not present when the photo was taken. Members of the trades and professional unit confer or. campaign piar.s. Shown are silting. 1. to r.) Jack Levkoff, Jules Gilette. Arthur Berel; (standing) Jacob Rabinowiti. Sam He:rr.ar.. Aarcr. Kaoner. chairman of the unit, and Abe Blatt. In observance of J* Month, students of the Academy will present a | program on Wedne.I 14. at 7:45 p. m in U .ram entitl ta In Jewish Mu the v I j. ,v;.sh musir { Jew thi Biblical tim is ri.vided int. rei %  -; %  %  % %  in Jewish history: B I, ,!. Talmudic. c and Israeli songs and dan Participating in the p: I n will be the 60-voice ch the academy under the lea p of Joseph Schreibman. musical director. Princir acters in the dramatize i be Lester Brickman. R : hen. Samuel Feder. Ron./, i I Edwin Ginsburg. Brenr. man. Phvllis Katz. Jose; Efrom Mescheloff. M : sry, Sheila Rubier. Bru S David Rich. Sandy An 1] n, David Askenazy. Rose I Ophra Chill. Alisa Abr Jerome Herman. B Paul Kussner. Fred M ter Pazol, Beatrice Ricl n Rid and Jerome Rubin The program is und. ... .n of Miss Edna S •of the dram iti menl ..-ted by Mi H. Perach and Mr. and M ua Stadlan, Instruct i ew department. An added feature will : non of a trophy b; Schwartzman. executive uf the bureau of educal : pupils of the Acad. the contest of a Maccab r.rly held in l Park in which the pu| Hebrew schools in the C Miami area participati d Rabbi Lehrman, Oka To Narrate Concert y. v.. %  %  i %  %  : : LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .OT -_i ,e L : AT o\ %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE %  RCFIT IN AXU %  %  %  I'ARTEII '• %  • %  I I lo fllv I • k % %  • • %  • %  • %  %  %  H i taken on tins II LEATHERMAN %  unt). F* t C %  .. .• %  "A GOOD NAML is more to be treasured than riches." P-. GORDON FUNERAL HOME-i SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES %  ,Y<>NS, r STl >CKlXO, l ii, it) >.. rk Mrs. Morris A. Skop wai recently installed as president of the Chesed Shel Emes Sis-.er'r.ood of Greater M^ami. Other officers cf the organization include Mrs. I. Goldberg, vice president: Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Stor.e. treasurer; Mrs. Lena Sr.yder. financial secrelary: Mrs. Sam Geltr.er. corresponding and recording secretaries. Labor Zionist Units Will Sponsor Play i • %  ... %  '•• f "A "I Mark %  : 11. at 8:3 '• B. 'iCE Of STEM os TO VAKE L CAT > FOR FINAL E C M A R G E Send Clothinq To Israel A ; of 1 % %  llected 170 ;-. ; I ing and sh( i for 1 I Tr pare", wa %  f J. Chaves and si • thr ugh Farr Oth< • rive wi e Mi H Mr. and Mrs S %  %  and M.-s. Meyer Fri Mrs. D. Tamchin, M J. Weinstein. Mr. ar.d Mrs. S. '.bloom. Mr. and Mrs. L. Chaves and Mr. and M.-s. Al Goldberg. Chaves will assist anyone who desires to send packages to Israel. %  %  %  %  %  I tage. •'• E Jfak >v I 58-474 -6542; S. D 58-3/" D ;. hem %  J 1 file youi i iffl .of the rierk NOTICE il'RT OF THE IAL flRt'l'IT IN VNI' K'R UAUE • %  (H'NTT, KliHRII'A.— H \ N %  %  '. %  U( H ..:. %  %  /. Plali -;ff. vs. %  HL'RW ITZ: !> %  •!• a. lain. .. BE • \ Hl'RWITZ, ENDAXT %  N.v. ARK HEREI1Y REQUIRED to • Vrwwei r C implalnl foi I M• ..." .: Turk n R d, Miami i' irlrta, and tile your %  • % %  Islnal %  %  %  %  %  • the Eleventh %  i •..urns, Kloi of March, th BUI will tx uken I >ATEI %  i j. i isi i: H WEATHERMAN, Circuit Court. t i B) M P PEIGE, Deput) Clerk, LEGAL WOTICE NOTICE LNDEP FiCTlT,Ol.S NAVE LArt %  %  %  • BUTTLE, .o. ,,,, ... %  NOT,CE UNDER r,CT IT .OU S I 'WXERg Beach, Florida, g for Applicant*. PHTULIP PI.VBKT, :/-16-2J 3/2 B 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 H4 F. J. AHERN FunweJ Director



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PAGE 4 A *Jenistfhridian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, EDITORIAL A ttnvv Atjainsi Time American Jewish leaders are today rallying behind the United Jewish Appeal in greater numbers than ever before. This is shewn in the announcement last week by Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, that a total of 35 outstanding communal figures have accepted membership in the UJA's National Campaign Cabinet. The Cabinet, which last year numbered 18, will share with the national officers of the UJA top level responsibility for the planning and direction of this year's campaign. The fact that the UJA's Campaign Cabinet today includes virtually twice the number of men it had last year is a sure siqn that American Jewry is coming to recognize the double urgency of the 1951 campaign. In addition to meeting the special needs of Israel's immigrants; in addition to providing for the transfer to Israel of homeless Jews from lands of distress; in addition to the needs which must be met in Europe and North Africa in terms of food, clothing, medicine and rehabilitation care for the poor, the sick and the disabled; in addition to making possible the entry to this country of displaced Jews from Germany, Austria and Italy —the United Jewish Appeal this year must cope with a new and special, a totally different, element that distinguishes this campaign from all others. This year, the United Jewish Appeal must meet the needs of the Jewish people in Israel and other parts of the world against a background of deepening international tension, of deadliness that may fall not only upon Jews seeking to leave Eastern Europe and the Moslem lands but on the very aid wheih these Jews depend on. Mr. Warburg, in announcing formation of the National Campaign Cabinet, summed it up in these words. "The United Jewish Appeal," he said, "is in a race against time to rescue the stranded, resettle the uprooted and rebuild the broken. In every sense, this is a now or never THE MESSAGE IS STILL GOOD drive and everything that we are doing is on a now or never basis." We endorse this statement as a fair and sober estimate of the situation that confronts not only the United Jewish Appeal, but the Jewish community as a whole. The Jewish people of this community through the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal must measure up to the. needs of a campaign that is in every sense "a race against time." Thirteen And I iijht, < „ The stability of a community is ( recognized in different ways. To the oldtimel Miami Jewry the measuring stick was the dura of a spiritual leader's stay in the Magic Ci'v 1 This gauge likewise applied to prcfesLJ leaders of the other community service and J fare agencies, but for the Rabbi he was qos were: Rev. NY £ n fi L Schenectady, *L_I^Jhi_Rev_George L. Fox U-M Evening School Offers 367 Courses The evening division of the 1 versity of Miami has exp its program to an all-time hi of 367 classes for the sp^ semester. The class offerings i present all departments of university. Full degree progn are also available in the eveni division. Registration is particularly! portant this semester tn veten who have earned education pra) I leges under the G. I. Bill I Rights. They must start anedu tional program this yi-ar to pal | serve their privileges. There I still time to procure certificalj of eligibility from the Vetera Administration Office to facilia j registration at the university dn ing the spring semester. The evening division alsooffs classes through its branches North Miami at the William J* nings Bryan School, and at F* Lauderdale at 400 East Browtf Blvd. These classes are taught I regular university faculty. The hours of registration on t Main Campus are 8:30 ajn. toj p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ar day this week, and on Satura until noon. Registration at Non Miami and at Fort Lauderdatt" being conducted from 7 p m "J p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday m Thursday. For further a*r about particular courses or i program in general, P rion L3 evening division office, campus. 87-2561. ol snaron. Vt., both ftogjl ministers; the Rev. John Y. ^| D. Goode, of York. Pa_ Neg ington, of Newark. N. J--S| olic priest, and Rabbi AleM SUBSCR.PTION RATES: T Y ^ its U-M Ring Theatre Will Open Monday FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher it,.. -. LOUIS ARONOVITZ Newt Editor OFFICE and PLANT J20 N. E Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141—2-S212 Volume 24 w ', Number 6 v ....... M -'>. • ThY n i r rsi, > ; J ^Jmdft new~Ringrt*ran7form"ing it into a proswH SSS ShXS'S'^XS ** ^eatre,At the rearj* tav&f ? f "Ha !" *" for an nyited audience, inaugurating a two-week run. Designed by architects Robert MLittle and Marion I. Manley the new playhouse is a SSSuJ t'onary innovation in theatre Planning. Although the centra" feet in l c,rcular auditorium, 100 Posts tnn mete I' with no int <>or tud e ^J T0V,de m aximum latijuaie for arena-style staeine there are built-in faciliUe/ fo*r type tneaire. m 1 %  .^i auditorium circle is a revo %  stage. 40 feet across. JeW_ thl auditorium floor. whlcB ^ be masked by curtains;su.^ %  from a curved track fastened the domed ceiling. ^M By mounting the seat* on i bile sections, the drama a g| ment has achieved comp -,, ibUity in adapting the aud^ | ions, me "•—•,„„flex: achieved comply loimy in adapting the auai • to any type of P^^Je-ir cenium. horseshoe or ti the-round. r**



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PAGE 8 B *Jewlstncridiain_ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, \%\ "Bureaucratic Inquisitions" By U.S. Agents Detain DP' $ By MILTON FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON—"You have to • iin amount of antiS, : %  tism," he said, "even inover, i personnel of the Army iter-Intelligence Corps and the Immigration Service responsiveeding out subversives among displaced persons.'' .. rnmenl official, who asked nnl to be quoted because of an tted fear of McCarthyism. told this reporter that "between you and me, some of the Army 'and immigration people have the ^ typical prejudices of the rest of the country. The Red smear is a useful gadget for anti-Semites in a pc sition to use it." The interview followed a statement by Arthur Greenleigh, executive director of the United Service for New Americans, that because of "petty bureaucratic" inquisitions by our intelligence and immigration agents, a sizeable percentage of displaced persons i will be denied entry under the DP Act which expires June 30. \ Greenleigh said many DP's. who v., 11 pi rsecuted by the Nazis. | 1 of similar attitudes ited by some Ami rican CIC DP's are made thi tims of the of mal that which confronted Anna Rosenb Assistant g jr of Defei who n disproving accus of Ci mmunist subversi n. Mcn ;; largely responsible for ui le di velopmi nistration of the 1)1' USNA must have ample \ ij=HEADV|NTURES • OF ,• r irthyism as applied to DP's built on the foundations oi 0 me Immigration inspector in 'ainly a reputable agency supMunich suddenly discovers" I Ported by the Unit. ish Ap"which frequently peal—it seems that a number of turns out to be gossip and maliAmerican agents are operating on cious rumor." Is McCarthyism an emotional rather than obiec. nt in the American adminislive basis in processing DP a. This %  tive set-up in Munich and reminds Europeans of police here methods which they despise The attitude of manv U.S. whether encountered under the correspond to thi • Soviet or American flag. ; I McCarthyism and Sen. It is known that some of the I • McCarran's well-publicized people we senl to denazify Geri on immigration. McCarthy I many became Nazified themand M I' in are not the only • %  .) insible for the ii duction of | our immigration p:' They %  a wav indicati d by hist N vi •: ber. Thi re : e some wh i %  C immun • %  techniqt bly as Ii (' mmun may both b considi %  win Germans m, and if we are to win Europeans away from lunism, we obviously will n 't succei d by the methods described as in pracThe V \ • rica is spendllions of dollars to tell Eui t the A • %  but exit what use t to fiv. G peech in 11s%  '' %  leral i I tl fficial thinking ccepts x' : in and antiout of 1 subelves, v, bl a fo m of subv : ernment worki lere 1 acteristics of Nazi totalitarianism which compare in man) rei with Communist totalitarianism? There will, however, lie no in• ..alien. Washington is too busy investigating the Red variety of subversive to fool very much with those whose ideas are similar to Nazism. Anyway, some of the most vigorous investigators might then have to invi themselves. nts within oui | :t as normal. As the ivernment official "You hi xpect this. nan. You fellows get ex1 tOO I IV." Anti-Zionists Rap Store Sale Of Musical Menorah NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — A leading metropolitan department st, ire was rapped by a unit of the anti-Zionist American Council for Judaism, it was learned %  reek, for having sold Hatik: laying menorahs during the m. In reply to its protest. Rabbi Elmer Berger. executive director of the American Council for Judaism, told the American J.ewish Press that the Council's New York executive committee re1 "a courteous reply and a promise to investigate the matter more thoroughly." Attacking the music box gadgel which lias proven popular among children, the New York executive committee wrote the department tore, one of the l n the city, that "to bind a reli ,1 with a foreign national symbol is 1 i a hallowed t." The resolution ci :' this : nl false and |the universal religion be fully practiced anywhere with%  n to an\ i to a 'Study at IWART SCHOOL 1822 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD • PHONE 9-9622 for an interesting hobby or a distinguished career, SAUL KENHOLZ K< k nliolz Koshrr >l*al Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere 2634 PONCE DE LEON \vAv7 Exclusive for "999' (Cor. 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PAGE 12 B Je*lsf>ncr***L FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 %  • : From A Folk Song To A Folk Chorus t£-n.. nrv VflMF.V Music Director of Miami Beach Jewish Center and Conductor of Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus The Jew has always sung, whether in joy or sorrow. Singing was always a part of his daily living. Everyone sings—each his own tune. The "Yiddishe Mame" sings her little one a hearty lullaby, and as she rocks her "Yankele her songs express the dream that he Will study Torah, he will write holv books and grow up to be a healthy and righteous man. The barefooted children sing as thev run through the dirty, twisted "allevs, and their little voices resound through the gloomy streets. The religious Jew sings, and with him his whole family enthusiastically sings the warm "zmiroth" welcoming the Sabbath The Hassidim sing with heavenly ecstasy, their enchanting "nig'unim" (melodies) and clap thenhands and dance as they gather around their rabbi"s table. The •'Shammes" (sexton) sings with long drawn mystical tones in the still of the night, as he beats his stick and calls the Jews to the midnight service "Slichoth." The worker in the workshop his songs of want and oppression. With i %  '-%  he calls to fellow workers to unite and fight 1 humane living conditions. The '•ba! hagele" (coachman) sings with biting sarcasm about his s and about h:s own xnisi ry. The maiden pours out her love with and pathos and innocence a -igs of her beloved. The "badchen" (jester. Jewish minstrel) sings his songs to the bride, at the wedding, accomied by the "klezmer coppelie"' (mus ; the fiddler moves ride and the women to tears with his sentimental melod Avrohom Goldfadden. founder of the Yiddish Theatre, what a ;. %  at joy he brought to the Jew. t and home! With his S ngs he :!. aroused and encouraged the Jewish people to overcome their despair. Which nber the operettas Bar-Kochba. Shulamith, Di Bobe Yachne? How many .' >.... Iri n .. • E : the strains of "Rezinkes mit :.: ndlen?" And the tragic and begg e segment: : Ik-lore helped to cultivate and enrich our Jewish xnu This '.:•; musical folkways -jul ol cur people, the Jewish By BEN YOMEN Paterson. N. J. chorus, whose singers were mostly weavers from Lodz, Poland. He also helped organize the National Workers Alliance chorus in New York, which he conducts to this day. The Workmen's Circle formed Yiddish choruses throughout the land, with M. Pirozhnikov. M. Posner, Michel Gelbard, Henry bbftt H Volovitch and Lazar V. emei a.conductors. The present day New York Workmen's circle chorus, conducted by Weiner. is among the outstanding choruses mine : U S. The repertoire of the above choruses is sung in Yiddish predominantly. The Halevy choruses, inspired by the German Jews, ; sang mostly Hebrew and English • songs. In 1925. Jacob Schaefer founded the Jewish Music Alliance which helped organize Yiddish folk choruses in the principal cities of the U.S. and equipped them with repertoire, and conductors. Today, there are 32 such choruses, an outgrowth of tms parent organization. The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus, formed seven years ago. is one of them. Louis Pawesky, a local musician. its first conductor. Since 1947. Ben Yomen, the author of this article, has served as conductor of this chorus of 64 mixed voices, the only one of its kind in the south. Its re] toire conS sts of Yiddish, Hebrew and English songs and cantatas. It is a struggling self supporting cultural organization. which serves the entire Greater Miami community, The development and growth of folk choruses in the U.S. natu led to the birth of Jewish composers and conductors for them, such as, Low, M. Posner. M Gelbard. Schaefer, w. :ner. Vladimir Heifetz, Nathan Samaroff, Samuel Bugatch, Paul Held. te Rauch, Ben Yomen. Max I Helfman, H. Volovitz. Henry Lefkowitz and others. Most of Jewish musicians, received their musical education in the ; U.S.. and a number of them are se rs and conductors of music as well, Hunof compositions were created by these composers, from an arrangement of a folk song to an rial cantata or oratorio, celebration of Jewish Music h should be the culmination of our year round efforts to bring Jewish music to all the Jewish le. This demonstration of the %  al achievements of our community, in the form of a Jewish festival, will stand as a .' tribute to the Jewish pie. -.. to int n A Wh I have are Jewisl | be performed side by side v versa] music in the great c i halls of the U.S. and come from the mouths of the common people? In 1914. the Jewish socialist Chicago organized the first J. workers cl the U.S. conducted young conductor. Jacob Schaefer. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 • tlntta* fhrtmm PAGE 7 A PerSOnallV S P e a k i n q Rabbi Shapiro's Son. Xpphpw To BM ome Bar Mitzvah .._ ... Thu Saturrlav mnrnine's servMr. and Mrs. Morris Klass, 4'3 S.W. 30th Road, announce the birth of a son on February 3 at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. Klass is executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The mother is Dr. Erna K. Klass. The bris will be held on Saturday. February 10, at 12:30 p.m. at Mount Sinai Hospital. ^P ^* ^** Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Schwartz of 6134 S.W. 25th St.. announce the birth of a son, Richard Alan, on Saturday, February 3, at Mount Sinai Hospital. Sam Berkowitz and his daughter, Rosalyn, are vacationing at the Strath-Haven Hotel, Miami Beach. Highlight of their stay has been the wedding of Miss Harriet Bressler at which Miss Be'kov.-itz served as maid of hcnor. %  %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eder, 645 Lennox Ave., will entertain friends at home in honor of their silver wedding anniversary January 31. Mr. Eder is a taxi-cab executive. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Sager, formerly of Miami, announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Edouard, born in Port-au-Prince, H on January 15. The Sagers, who have been living in Haiti for the past four years, are also the parents cf two other children. + The bris of Frank Paul Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohen, 2965 S.W. 38th St.. was held on Sunday. Lewis Lazarus of Phila: was sandek, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Brande acted as irents. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated. + %  %  %  A reception honoring Rabbi Nathan K. Shapiro, dean of the Ycvne Theological Seminary, was held Wednesday afternoon c; the Victor Hotel. The dean, who has served as head of the seminary for the past 25 years, is spending a short vacation in ... Beach, prior to his departure for Israel, where a branch seminary was recently established. Concert Pianist Samuel Sorin, son of Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, 1771 S.W. 4th St., spent the past weekend with his mother and lei and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sorin of Hollywood. :oncert artist, who is now making a tour of the South, arrived last Wednesday afternoon by plane. Accompanied by his family, he went Friday to Sarascta, where he played under the cs of the Community Concert Series. Following the perince, which was very enthusiastically received, the pianist his family were honored at a reception. He left Miami Sunday to continue his tour. %  Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax, Va., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Gus Ginsberg. 2323 S.W. 21st Ave., and her sisters, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof and Mrs. Murray Nathan. Hialeah-Springs UnitTo Hold "Fun Fair" This Saturday morning's services trill be of greater importance to Rabbi Max Shapiro than usual. fur his son. Mosheh Sholom. and his nephew. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs Murray Giuber. Baltimore. Md.. will become Bar Mitzvah at ceremonies beginning at 9 a.m. at Beth David Synagogue. Mosheh Sholom attended the Hebrew Academy from the time that it was founded until last September. He is now attending Shenandoah Junior High School and the Hebrew High School conducted by the Bureau of Jewish Education. He will read the entire P tion of the Law, .ael attends school :n Baltimore and has had private Hebrew •action. A reception wi service.-. Relatives and friends are i to at! —LMichael Gruber Lyons To Speak man R. Lyons, Miami atn "Jews in Demc : .ng of the lite Center on Feb13. at 8 p. m. at the center building. 3198 S. W. 24th Terrace, according to Mrs. David •nan. Gables Women To Meet Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will meet on Wednesday, February 14. at 8 p.m. at the congregation's temporary headquarters, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd. An Arbor Day theme will be used and plans for landscaping of grounds where the new temple is located will be discussed. Joan Paula Brick I> Affianced To Irving Getzug Betr thai Miss J tzug is Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brick, 1036 L M.ami Beach. Mr. Gel : Mr r.r.i Mrs S.irr.uel Getzug, 1580 SAV | .-. Ave The :,:. I ;-eli I ttended Florida Stati Uni: %  '. :. %  [ Alpha Epsilon Phi Mr. Getzug is a graduate of Georgia M I attended the University %  '. Y. where he was a member of P: Lambda Phi fi.i' He servi in the army during World War II and is now '.>. I wi1 in the operation of M Jewelry Company. No date has been set f.: v. 1 :.:'.-. %  %  mi Springs Jewish unity Center will hold a :p Fun Fair" on Sun8. at 7:30 p. m. at building. 951 East 4th ue, Hialeah. according to 1 Lebow and Mrs. Mac in, co-chairmen. imes, square dancing %  -.ments are on the agen; da. A business meeting will be held on Wednesday at 8 p. m. The PTA will meet on ThursI day. February 15. at 1 p. m. for a pot-luck luncheon, it has been I announced by Mrs. Nathan Beckler, president. A. Boxerman of the Jewish Centers Association will I be guest speaker. Cohen Named Chairman Of Dance Exhibition Cohen, president of the ILniversity of Miami Chapter of iter-collegiate Zionist Federarica (IZFA), has been rrnan of the Delakovalance exhibition to be held -0 at Bayfront Park AudiIt : %  nternationally famous em interpretive dance artists. Dc lakova and Fred Berk, ina the South under the %  i the Southern Zionist — mission. Locally the I i will be sponsored by Miami and Miami Beach Units of Junior Hadassah and the University of Miami Chapter of IZFA. Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Abrams of New York have announced the engagement of their daughter, Audrey, to Ens. William Rubin. U.S.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rubin, 800 Lake View Drive, Miami Beach. The bride-elect is an alumna of the Dalton and Barmore Schools. Ens. Rubin was graduated in 1946 from the Lawrenceville (N. J.) School and in 1950 from Yale College. He is serving aboard the USS Toledo. NEW YORK. (JTA>—The Hebrew Immigran; Aid Society has become the sole Jewish organization to send CARE packages to Israel under an agreement reached between the two groups. A ceremony marking the conclusion of the argument was held in the HIAS headquarters attended by Mayor Vincent R. Impellitteri. The first three packages were sent to Mavor Israel Rokach. of Tel Aviv. Mayor S. Z. Shragai. of Jerusalem, and Mayor Abba Hushi, of Haifa. Mosheh Sholom Shapiro Mrs. Kogan Hostess To Academy Parents M.s. .V rider K rH v Acaci. L mothi t a getd social : r the parn Thurs lay, J' 3. at 1:30 p m., -ience. 3722 Royal Palm A Plans • I for the purchase of a tr phy cabinet by the '< % %  n : the Academy and :' the decision to award I I utstanding children in every field of endeavor. The first trophy to repose in the cabinet will be the Matilda Ratner Tel Aviv Menorah. won by the Hebrew Academy children at the Maccabiah at :-.ingo Park. Another award was presented to the Hebrew Academy Choir for its performance at Bayfront Park All torium on United Nations Day, when it presented Israeli soil STAR-KIST TUNA WINS3-T0-1! %  r \ Louis Carl Levin MRS. MOLLIE HARRISON AND MRS. GEORGE GOLDBERG I Levin Bar Mitzvah Wish Jo ertend their gratitude to their many friendt who sympathized with Ihem in their hour of grief on the passing of their beloved husband and father ALEX HARRISON Ideal Diet: Basic to Living Longer and Looking Younger Holland Honey Cake Fruited or Plain Louis Carl Levin, son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Levin, of 1120 'S. W. 13th Court, will become JBar Mitzvah Saturday. February I 10. at 9 a. m. at the Hiami Hebrew School and Congregation. 1101 S. W. 12th Avenue. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Shenandoah Junior High School. Rabbi Simon April will officiate at the services. Friends and relatives are ini vited to attend the ceremony and 1 the reception which will follow. DeWciouft i NuteUvou* Health Made from ingredients, considered healthful for ages: whole rye flour, rich buttermilk and golden honey superbly blended in Old Netherlands recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regulatory. Suitable for every meal or snack. Distributed by Cochran Distributing Co. 1717 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami. Fla. Nature of Health Institute A new approach to Medication bated on specialized blood and Laboratory tests. Beieatlfla OoeaoiC IrriRatii'ns Fecal Bacterial Analysis & Vai Bactrlc Trratmfnts Phvsio & Mechann Therapy Nutrition Diet Spinal Treatments AJustmenta Manipulations of Spine, Kent, etc. Dr. Marry W Haag Phone t.6904 9M2 Harding Ave. Surfside READ AMAZING RESULTS of unbiased taste tests HOW TESTS WIRE CONDUCTED: 1. Superised and Audited by one of America** best kno^n firm* of Certified Public Accountants. 2. Brand names concealed. 3. Housewives chosen through cooperation of church croups, women's clubs and auxiliaries, coast-tocoast. 4. Panels of hundreds in each lest city assured accuracy. 3. Experts chosen from home economists, food editors, etc. 6. Star-Kist Tuna and another leading nationally advertised brand were taste tested by both experts and housewives in each panel. RESUltt... Food I xperti and Housewives Prefer Star-Kid Tuna. 3 to 1 I Ai audited by Indepeede-* Certified Public Accownronf. Nationwide Tests Prove -v Star-Kist Flavor Wins Over Other Leading Brands...' In unbiased taste tests, an overwhelming majority chose Star-Kist. Wbyt Because only the smaller, naturally finer tuna are packed under the Star-Kist label. Better three wavs: LIGHTER, FINER-TEXTURED, BETTER-TASTING! Buy some today! -\ Thousands, in concealed identity tests, preferred Star-Kist flavor to all other leading nationally advertised brands of tuna! Try Star-Kist yourself. Buy several cans...always have plenty on the kitchen shelf for casseroles, sandwiches, salads. Serve this marvelous protein food value to your family and watch them ask for "seconds." You can't buy finer tuna, no matter what you pay! Ask your grocer for Star-Kist, the Tuna of the Stars. Leading stores feature Star-Kist Tuna. Look for special floor displays. Stock up now. Be sure to have plenty of Star-Kist Tuna on hand when you) need it. inzzsnaoKBt Tuna vNranNi %  •twf •** ••••* yMf aajajawy be c n Compare Star-Kist White Men Tuna with any other brand. On the basis of taste alone. Star-Kist is guaranteed to be better or double your money back! Ask Far STAK-KIST-Tka TMM Of Tttt Stors! %  %  ... • •.... <



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vJewlstncrMtofL FRIDAY, FEBRUARYS 1951 Food Department Store* Air.Conditioned Air Cooled Home of Blue Ribbon Meats Free Parking ftCwacf* LOW PRICES! m %  '*2f£iS. FEATURES EFFECTIVEALL STORES 1 THURS., FRL, SAT. QUANTITY RIGHTS RCSMVED f ST4R TIME .n'i • i BIG SWEETS 2 2 No. 303 cans 35 33 Juices SNOW CROP FRENCH FRIED %  c 3-25* I Grape Juice MTSY OSS ,/**35 a 0 ^r Viviano MacaronjAGHEnit^l7' Potatoes 2x39Stuffed 0|ives ,„„„„ r35 Pancake Flour 52. 2~29I /** • n* ADOLPHUS ~ 2 lb. TU{ Long Grain Rice FANCY -.b. z~ Table Napkins WAMONO 2 ^>z^ Something special for the seventh day... SUNDAY DINNERS EVERYWOMAN' /