The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 24-NUMBER 7 .
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Galaxy Of Stars Will Appear In
Mount Sinai Jubilee Thursday
President Mrs. Monte Selig
V. Iter Winchell, emcee extra-
I ordin:i: v, and a galaxy of stars of
itertainmeat world will be
at the Miami Beach
Auditorium for the Mount Sinai
Hospital jubilee on Thursday,
I February 22, at 8:30 p.m.
Leonard A. Wien, member of
the hospital's board of trustees,
15 serving as general chairman of
[the event. He has expressed the
hupe that the jubilee will be an
annual affair and has called upon
i mmunity to make it a suc-
The goal is $93,000, which
, [be used to cover a deficit in-
I through Mount Sinai's
nd service work.
rvations for the all-star
ee may be made by call-
Mount Sinai Hospital at
.:! at any hour of day or
ll
Included on the roster of stars
I- appear at the jubilee
foe E Lewis, Sophie Tucker,
Billy Daniels, Carrie Finnell,
man, Patti Paige. Ben-
I;.. !; Ids, I'upi Campo, Gracie
iBarrie, Martha Raye,
J
lElli.itt. Jack Prince. Bas Sheva,
IMill Phil Foster, Benny
[Davis, Charlie Farrell. Maxie
! loom, Dwight Fiske, Sun-
i > Kaye, Guy Rennie. Harvey
[Bell and the entire productions
Copa City, Beachcomber
land the Cotton Club.
Syd Leonard of the American
Guild of Variety Aartists is sup-
I plying the acts and Sid Franklin
I producing.
Members of the Women's
Auxiliary of the hospital, com-
i :ising 1700 women, recently met
under the direction of Auxiliary
to
leceive further instructions on
distributing tickets and posters
and in the ushering and ticket-
taking, which members of the
group will do on the night of the
show.
Hospital Approved
By Medical Groups
In one brief year of operation,
Mount Sinai Hospital stands fully
approved by the American Col-
lege of Surgeons and received
approval by the American Medi-
cal Association for interne train-
ing this week, according to
Samuel Gcrtner, executive di-
rector.
The hospital, fully-equipped
and making complete use of its
258 beds, has the approval of
these other organizations: Amer-
----- i ican Hospital Association, Flor-
>ajC, Mvron I ida State Hospital Association and
Bill Jordan and Dave Dade County Medical Society.
Mount Sinai Hospital is listed
member of: Florida Blue
3 Will Receive
Brotherhood
Citations
Three prominent citizens of
Greater Miami will be cited for
their contributions toward better
human relations in this area at
the annual
Broth e r h o o d
Week dinner on
Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 21, at the
University of Mi-
ami Student
Club. The dinner
is sponsored by
the Miami Round
Table of the Na-
tional Confer-
ence of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Leonard L. Abess, Mrs. Charles
Enterline and James I. Keller
have been selected to receive the
"Distinguishd Service Citation"
it was announced by Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, George Chert-
kof and Andrew T. Healy. co-
chairmen of the Miami Round
Round Table.
Abess is president of the Dade
County Community Chest, the
National Committee of the Anti-
Defamation League, a director
Abess
Cross Association. Florida Blood of the Chamber of Commerce a
Group Association, Dade Broward trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital
Hospital Association and Florida
State Conference of Social Wel-
fare.
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach, in a message of congratu-
lation today to Max Orovitz, pres-
ident of the Mount Sinai board of
trustees, stated: "The recognition
and a member of Rotary, Elks
and Masons.
Mrs. Enterline is a member of
the Dade County Community
Chest, second vice president of
the Chamber of Commerce, past
president of the Miami Women's
Club, vice president of the Miami
trustees, stated: 'The recognition '^^^y and one of the or-
al Mount Sinai Hospital by th#^nyizers 0f the Miami Mental
Health Society.
American College of Surgeons it
(Continued on page 5 B, col. 4)
$689,000 In Pledges Announced At
By Friedland At CJA Cabinet Meet
A sum of $689,000 has been pledged in the 1951 Combined
Jewish Appeal to date, it was announced by Samuel Friedland,
rampaign chairman, at a campaign cabinet meeting on Tuesday
He said that there are still 100 cards in the initial and
special gilts phases of the drive which have not yet been
covered. These 100 cards are of'
vts who last year-contrib-
uted $1000 or more, he pointed
out, calling upon the workers in
ase units to make a concerted
< ffort to call upon these pros-
pects. He revealed that if these
prospects were contacted and
their pledges secured, the cam-
paign total would be close to the
million mark.
Paying tribute to Mrs. Louis
ler, chairman of the women's
gift unit, Friedland said, "The
\somcn have done the best job
in the drive so far. As a result of
their efforts, a minimum of 1000
new contributions have come in."
Friedland called the first report
meeting of the trades unit for
Tuesday, February 20, at 12:15
p.m. at the Seven Seas Restau-
rant. The trades unit launched its
phase of the drive Thursday. Feb-
ruary 15, at a special gifts dinner .
at the Miami Beach Athletic Club,
at which Judge Samuel Leibowitz
of Kings County Court, Brooklyn,
Was principal speaker. Co-guests
of honor at the affair were Cir-
cuit Judges George E. Holt, Joe
Morris and Abe Kanner.
The life luncheon of the wo-
man's gift unit is slated for Wed-
nesday, February 28, at the Casa-
blanca Hotel. Eddie Cantor will
be guest of honor and chief speak-
David Pollack.
The apartment house unit will
hold a brunch on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 25, at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. Wil-
l.am J. Brenner and Meyer Taig-
man are co-chairmen of the event.
A youth rally is scheduled for
Sunday, February 25, at 2:30 p.m.
*t the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. Al (Flip) Rosen, Maurice the
Magician and Joel Gray will
Participate.
Abraham M. Klein, editor of
Keller is a leader in Community
Chest activities, vice president of
the YMCA, director of the Boys'
Club of Miami and treasurer of
the Dade County Research
Foundation which fosters good
government.
Presiding at the event which
highlights Brotherhood Week in
this area will be the three co-
chairmen of the Miami Round
Table and participants at the din-
ner will be Dr. Glenn C. James
and Rabbi Max Shapiro.
The dinner will be open to the
public and reservations may be
obtained by calling the Miami
Round Table at 9-6218.
A. M. Klein
the Canadian Jewish Chronicle,
who has recently returned from
an extended tour of Israel and the
Jewish communities of Europe
and North Africa, is here to speak
in behalf of the 1951 Combined
Jewish Appeal. He will be in the
community for two weeks ad-
dressing various campaign func-
tions. .
Long a member of the Joint
Public Relations Committee of
the Canadian Jewish Congress
and of B'nai B'rith, Klein is a
close student of and active par-
ticipant in Jewish affairs.
A poet. Klein was recently
awarded the Governor Generals
Medal for his book of poems titled
"Rocking Chair," which has been
recognized as one of the finest
literary interpretations of French
Canadian life.
Social 1 Workers
To Honor Zunser
Charles Zunser, one of the
leaders in the field of Jewish
Social work, will be in the Miami
area from February 16 to 21.
Founder of the National De-
sertion Bureau, one of the first
Jewish agencies on the American
scene, Zunser served as it director
for 45 years. He is now president
of the' National Conference of
Jewish Social Welfare.
Zunser will be honored at a
reception Sunday night at the
home of Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. He will alo be feted at a
luncheon to be given by the
Jewish social workers in the area
on Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at Rose-
dale Restaurant.
NATIONAL INAUGURAL CONFERENCE
OPENS CRUCIAL UJA CAMPAIGN
One of the most urgent campaigns in the history of the United
Jewish Appeal gets under way this weekend at a National In-
augural Conference in Miami Beach, where the country's most
prominent Jewish leaders will keynote the UJA's 1951 nationwide
drive. Distinguished leaders in American and Israel affairs who
will address sessions of the Conference at the Saxony Hotel this
Friday, Saturday and Sunday. February 16, 17 and 18, include
(top left) Abba S. Eban, Israel's Ambassador to the United States;
(top right) Edward M. M. Warburg. UJA General Chairman:
(bottom right) Morris W. Berinstein. Chairman of the UJA s 36-
man National Campaign Cabinet. The Conference, which will
inaugurate the UJA's campaign in more than 2.500 communities
from coast-to-coast, will also hear important statements from
leading members of the Israel government. The United Jewish
Appeal this year must meet needs totalling $203,684,577 for support
of the immigration, settlement and reconstruction programs of the
United Palestine Appeal. Joint Distribution Committee and United
Service for New Americans. .
Starting its nation-wide cam-inounced that special, pre-cam-
paign earlier than previous years paign efforts have been under
in response to urgent pleas for way jor tne jast two weeks to
immediate assistance frorn Israel omm,flnrv ra.sh funds for
raise emergency cash funds for
the evacuation to Israel of 54.000
Jews who must leave Iraq by
Meyer Named Beach
Chamber President
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, banker
and attorney, was renamed presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce Monday.
The civic leader and former
city councilman was selected by
the chamber's board of governors.
Other officers include D. Rich-
ard Mead, first vice president;
Llovd Farrey, second vice presi-
dent; Catchtngs Therrel, treasurer.
I. N flkel Parrish was re-
plootod general manager of the
chamber! E. D. Keefer, whom 12
chamber groups in a four-state
district have endorsed as a na-
tional Chamber of Commerce di-
rector this year, was renamed
national councilor.
and other areas, the United Jew-
ish Appeal will officially launch
its 1951 drive this coming Friday, .
Saturday and Sunday. February May 30.
16, 17 and 18, at a national in- Rosenwald.
fhTsSorytoteluSia^i^acnJ Rabbi Wise said also that major
it was announced this weekend funds are required in the short-
est possible time to assure t
Sonneborn and
by William Rosenwald, Rudolf
G. Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah
B. Wise, UJA national chairmen.
The three-day conference, which
will inaugurate campaign activity
in more than 2,500 communities,
will keynote American Jewry's
effort to meet immigration, settle-
ment and rehabilitation needs
totalling more than $203,000,000.
Prominent among those who
will address sessions of the con-
ference are Israel's Ambassador
to the United States. Abba S.
continued transfer to Israel of
5,000 Jews monthly from Rou-
mania.
"In 1951 a total of at least
200,000 Jews in Western Europe
and Moslem countries must get
to Israel before they lose their
chance to leave the countries in
which they are now," the national
chairmen declared. "We are rac-
ing against time and it is our
hope that the men and women
who attend the UJA's National
to me uimeu jiokj, nut/a .j. wno attenu me UJAS nauouai
Eban; United Jewish Appeal Gen- jnaugurai Conference in Miami
eral Chairman Edward M. M. geach will be as responsive to the
Warburg; UJA Executive vice ; present crisis as they have been to
Chairman, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz; 0ther emergencies in the past."
National Campaign Cabinet
Chairman Morris W. Berinstein,
and others.
In their announcement of the
conference, Rosenwald, Sonne-
born and Rabbi Wise said that
"The opening date of the 1951
campaign is the earliest of any
United Jewish Appeal drive in
recent years. The early opening
has been set in response to the
urgent pleas we have received
from immigration authorities in
(Israel and from welfare workers
in Europe and North Africa in-
forming us that there can be no
delay in rushing funds for the
movement to Israel of Jews fac-
ing irrevocable emigration dead-
lines."
The UJA national chairmen an-
Israel Workers
Stage Strike
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Seventy
thousand workers downed tools
in a brief strike in sympathy with
the 7,000 metal workers whose
wage demands brought about a
shut-down in the Israel metals
industry affecting 260 plants. Es-
sential services were not affected
by the strike
High government circles and
officials of the Histadruth, the
Jewish Labor Federation, pre-
dicted settlement of the strike,
probably by this week-end. fol-
lowing direct intervention by the
government.


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1951
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PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
Upon entering Spain, the tourist who is Jewish
conscious experiences a mingling of emotions. For
example, he does not feel the resentment that is
unavoidable in Germany. Perhaps the same intolerant
hate motivated the Spanish persecutors, who we?e as
cruel as the Nazis, even if they did not resort to
all-out mass exterminations. There is little disposi-
tion to blame contemporary Spain for the mistakes,
the crimes, or the follies committed 5 centuries ago.
Jews have learned by bitter experience the injustice
of visiting the supposed sins of ancestors upon their
remote descendants. The Christian world continues to
hold them accountable for the alleged participation
of their forefathers in the crucifixion that occurred in
the year 33 A.D.
Spanish and Jewish Relationship
Paradoxical as it may seem, the Sephardic or even
the Ashkenazic Jew has a feeling of vague kinship
as he walks the Spanish streets. Eight centuries of
actual residence, and a prior ten centuries of probable
settlement in the Iberian Peninsula have left a deep
impress upon Jewish consciousness. The remote for-
gotten past has survived only in myths. Many cities
have a legendary Hebrew origin, which is traceable
in their namesMalaga from melach, (salt); Carta-
gena from carta, (walls); Tharsis, (Biblical Tarshish);
Toledo from toledoth, (generations). And there are
Others.
Blood Assimilation
Furthermore, one senses in the people a large in-
filtration of Jewish blood. The conversion of several
hundred thousand had certainly brought a sizable
admixture into the general population. Nor was this
crucible kept a secret. Pope Paul IV, who disliked
Spaniards, labelled them the scum of Jews and Moors.
As far back as 1550, Cardinal Don Francisco Mendoza
Y. Bovadilla amused himself by compiling El Tizon
de la Nobleza Espanola, an almanac of the Spanish
nobility. With malicious glee, he traced the Jewish
ancestry in scores of the noblest families in the land.
Traveling In Spain
This at a time when every Spaniard was trying to
establish his limpiezza de sanare, the purity of his
Old Christian blood. Even the royal husband of pious
Isabella was contaminated. Ferdinand the Catholic
King of Aragon, who was guilty of initiating the
Inquisition and expelling the Jews, had a Jewish
grandmother.
Forgotten Achievements
Above all there is deep pride in the story and
culture of Spanish Jewry. The world has a tendency
to gloss over, or even forget Jewish accomplishments.
Certainly their amazing cultural achievements in
Spain have either been ignored or left-handedly
conceded. Writers usually append in a footnote a
passing tribute to the role played by Jews in the
flowering of the civilization in Moorish Spain. Text-
books on universal history are content with the
casual reference that the classical masterprieces of
Greece and Rome would have been lost to the modern
world but for the efforts of Arabs and Jews.
An Early Renaissance
The Jewish Renaissance in Spain flowered into
full bloom centuries before Humanism and the re-
vival of learning began in Italy. From the 8th to the
12th centuries, Jews were the leading intellects in
Europe. The upsurge of Jewish creativity in Spain
ushered in a cultural era hardly inferior to the
Biblical period. The last important German thinker,
Oswald Spengler, who foretells the end of our cycle
in his Decline of the West, has declared that Jewish
culture reached its all time summit in Spain.
The Sepharad Culture
The student can only look back with bewildered
admiration at the rich variegated culture that pro-
duced the poetry of Jehuda Halevi, the philosophy
of Ibn Gabirol, the synthesis between religion and
philosophy in Maimonides, the mysticism of Abulafia,
the statesmanship of Ibn Shaprut, the monumental
Talmudism of Alafsi, the Cabalism of Moses de Lyon,
the rounded scholarship of Ibn Ezra, the eloquence
of Nachmanides, the grammatic proficiency of the
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Kimhis, the orthodoxy of Asheri, the wisdom of Ibn
Nagrela, the science of Gersonides, the liberalism of
Cresquas, the financial ability of Abravenel, the
geography of Zacuto, the traveling propensities of
Benjamin of Tudelaand the list goes on and on.
The Marranos
Rational thinking and philosophic speculation
ultimately weakened the foundations of faith. Violent
persecution from without and scepticism within
brought several hundred thousand to the Baptismal
font. Here was the first systematic attempt at Jewish
mass assimilation. At first the New Christians were
welcome. But as half a century rolled by, the Old
Christians began to question the wisdom of removing
all restrictions from a group whose natural capacities
enabled them to rise in commerce and society, in
Church and State. The Holy Office of the Inquisition
was soon devised to destroy the prestige, to break
the spirit, and to drain the wealth of the Conversos.
But an absurdity became increasingly apparent.
Marranos were burnt at the stake for practicing in
secret the very religion which faithful Jews were
permitted to practice openly. To even out this in-
equality, the unconverted Jews were expelld in 1492.
The After Effects
The edict of expulsion destroyed the preeminent
position of Sephardic Judaism. The Inquisition with
its torture chambers and flaming auto-da-fes re-
mains a nightmare deeply engraved in Jewish
memory. The exiles wandering over land and sea,
clutching their faith and their martyrdom, take on
a tragic grandeur. The fate of Spanish Jewry has
left an impress which can never be effaced.
Today, the traveller wandering over the im-
poverished land views the monuments of former
glory and sees a people, once energetic and adven-
turous, now sunk in sloth, ignorance, and lassitude.
He can only conclude that the decline and fall of the
vast empire of Charles V was due to those very
massacres, tortures, burnings, and expulsions that
crushed, expelled and destroyed its ablest inhabitants.
Liebman To Speak At
Hollywood Services
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center will participate
in the third annual observance of
National United Synagogue Sab-
hath on February 16 and 17, it
was announced by Dr. Herbert
Heiden, president of the congre-
gation.
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig has pre-
(1 a special service at late
I lay night services. February
16, at which Seymour B. Liebman
will be the guest speaker. Lieb-
n, Miami attorney and member
of the board of the United Syna-
[ue of America, will speak on
"Is Yours A 'Jewish' Community
Center?"
The theme of this year's ob-
servance is "The Spiritual Mobil-
ization of Conservative Judaism."
A ten-point program for the
mobilization of all spiritual re-
mrces of the Conservative move-
ment has been drafted by the
I mted Synagogue and will be
presented on United Synagogue
S ihbath from the pulpit through-
out the country.
Cantor Mordecai Feinerman
will chant the liturgy assisted by
the choir.
North Shore Center To Install Sunday
Abe Shefferman, executive sec-
retary of Adas Israel Congrega-
tion, will be principal speaker at
the second annual installation of
the North Shore Jewish Center
on Sunday, February 18, at 6:30
p.m. at the Strath-Haven Hotel.
Rabbi Philip Fried will offer
Beach Center Unit To
Hear Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak
on "Does Religion Have A Mean-
ing In These Critical Days?" in
the eighth in a series of 12 forum
d.scussions on "The Art of Jew-
ish Living" which is offered as
Part of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Adult Education Institute
<-n Wednesday, February 21, at
9:30 p.m.
These lectures which are open
to the public, follow the adult
Hebrew classes held every
Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Among the classes offered are
elementary, intermediate and ad-
vancd Hebrew, history courses
and a course on the development
of Israel.
the invocation and benediction,
and Rabbi Max Shapiro will in-
stall the officers. Rabbis Jacob
H. Kaplan and Moses Mescheloff
have been invited to represent
the Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation.
Musical portion of the program
will be provided by Hy and
Pauline Fried.
Tension Mounts
In Jerusalem
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con.'.i ie hearts of men everywhere cs the
ugly German military machine was spreading I
poisofious ter.acles in all directions. But deep in
the hearts of the democratic people was also a
aith deeper than the ocean.
Daily the leaders of the democracies spoke of
:hat faith while men in action were daily giving
heir lives for it. There were hundreds, and per-
iaps thousands, of incidents that lifted the grim
business of war from the level of blood to the level
of spirit. But none compared with the traaic epic
">f the four American chaplains who went down to
>ea of! Greenland, arms locked together, pray.:
n unison to one God as the troopship to which
hey brought God's word wavered and sank
index the in tiemy torpedo. Here were
our men ol God of difl t j nina-
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DTHERHOOD WEEK
ere compensated by the exper-
ience c: the four men of God praying
to a common God and in a common tongue in a
Mount Sinai
One picture is worth a thousand words and
seeing" is believing are the expressions that
without question apply to Mount Sinai Hospital.
Those of us who have had the opportunity to
see for ourselves, have witnessed a real ph
menon. The transformation of the then existing
structure to the present Mount Sinai is truly
remarkable for it is only the first anniversary that
is being observed this week.
To these who have been instrumental in achiev-
ing the recognition for the hospital that it has
received goes the throbs and admiration of the
entire community.
Those who have worked tirelessly and given
of their time and money to make this institution
a real service organization can today realize that
the results have justified the effort.
Our sentiments on the jubilee occasion can be
expressed in no better way than our tribute in a
five page supplement this week devoted to the
progress of Mount Sinai Hospital.
moment of tragic adversity. Certain it is too that
those who survived the nightmare will never for-
get the spectacle of the four going down hand-
in-hand, as if forged together by a higher destiny.
The moral of the story is so simple that added
comment can only detract from it. We can only
hope that the Chapel established in Washington
to the memory of the four will serve as a reminder
to the people of this country that manifestation of
higher qualities by man needs never depend on
special circumstances. If men can be forged to-
gether in common struggle, there is no reason why
they cannot live in unity in peace.
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W 1*11 Boy Scout
Beeelves Award
In commemoration of Boy Scout
week Sandier Dickson of West
Palm Beach was presented with
, N, r Tamid Award, a special
l, sh religious knowledge medal
givi n only high ranking Boy
its.
Sandier, who is the son of Mr.
! Mrs. Maurice Dickson, re-
i the award at West Palm
h's Beth El, where he offici-
,.. (I as part of the requirements
f the medal.
voung man is the first Boy
Seoul of any faith in the four
counties making up the Guif-
stream Council to receive the
ill.
He is the nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Dickson of this city.
Fleischer Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Leo
Fleischer, formerly of 266 Jef-
i i son Avenue, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, February 18,
at 12:45 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery
with Rabbi Morris Skop offici-
ating- Survivors of Mr. Fleischer
include His father. Joseph, and his
sti :. Florence. He was a mem-
! of the Miami Beach Masada.
Sands Memorial Company are in
of arrangements. Friends
and relatives are asked to be pres-
ent.
Card Party Scheduled
The Women's Division of Work-
men's Circle Branch 692 will
sponsor a card party on Sunday,
February 18, at 7 p.m. at the
Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. Proceeds will
go toward the adoption of a Euro-
pean child.
Benefit Supper Slated
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen are
giving a supper party at their
home, 161 N.W. 18th Ave., on
Wednesday, February 21, for the
benefit of the First Jewish Con-
gregation of Coral Gables. Reser-
vations may be made by calling
9-9680.
Center Sisterhood
To Elect Officers
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center will hold its
monthly meeting on Monday,
February 19, at 1:30 p.m., in the
center dining room.
Outstanding events of the after-
noon will be a quiz program with
Harold Shapiro as quizmaster;
selections by Cantor Jacob Y.
Goldi in'i in observance of Jewish
Music Month: and election of of-
ficers. Fiances Warsaw will ac-
company the cantor at the piano.
Beach Masada To Hold 'Cupid's Capers'
Board Meeting Slated
A meeting of the board ot di-
rectors of the Jewish Home for
the Aged Ladies Auxiliary will
take place Monday, February 19,
at 1 p.m. at Beth El Center, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, presi-
dent.
Adult Group To Meet
The Adult Group of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center, composed
of unmarried men and women 35
and over, will hold a reception
and open meeting at the center
on Wednesday, February 21, at
8:30 p.m.
Speakers will be Rabbi Morris
A. Skop, Bertha T. Cowen and
Matilda Mitnick.
Masada Miami Beach xuung ,'
Zionist District will sponsor a
"Cupid's Capers Dance" on Sun- |
day, February 18. at the Carib-1
beat) Hotel, Miami Beach, ac-'.
cording to Gil Rappaport and :
Hilda Lax. co-chairmen of the'
fund-raising committee.
The Continental Society Or-,
chestra will provide music for
dancing and entertainment will
be presented at each intermission.
Highlight of the affair will be the |
"Eleven O'clock Revue" featur-
ing Cesar Gonzmart, violin vir-
tuoso: Marian Corly. soprano;
and "Dance Skits of 51" by the
Pete Dcvaro Dancers.
Admission is by contribution
and all proceeds are earmarked
for Masada's Zionist activities.
On the dance committee are
Sam Soldinger, arrangements;
Rudy Hammer, entertainment;
Esther and Rose Brawer, publici-
ty; Rita Dulberg and Estelle
Pietrack, door; Pearl Protzel. cor-
respondence; Gertrude Migdal,
hostesses; Dave Goldfine, hosts;
Essie Dunbroff, telephone; and
Sy Eichner, posters.
IFIagtor-Cvranada
Plans Barn Dance
Kiag-er-cianada Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a barn
dance to be held on Saturday,
February 24, at 8:30 p.m. at 'he
center.
A hillbilly band and caller -ill
be on hand for the square danc-
ing and guests are asked to dr. B8
country style.
The group is making plans fop
its annual May dance to take
place at the Casablanca Hotel on
May 12.
All Jewish organizations in the
area have been asked to enter a
candidate for May queen of
Greater Miami. Information about
the community-wide event may
be obtained by calling Mrs. Sid-
ney Stiller.
Hebrew Academy Benefit
A "night of fun" is being ar-
ranged for the benefit of the He-
brew Academy on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 18. at 8 p.m. at the Lincoln
A ms Roof Garden, 1800 i
Ave.
Arrangements are in charge of
Bi njamin Kalish. chairman,
and Mrs. Dojores Lashcn co-
chairman. Benjamin Kalis'.i will
be master of ceremonies. There
will be games, and prizes will be
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951
"Strictly Neighbors
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Bv HELEN ALPERT
ART IS AT HAND:
own sculpture is still (to me) osl Important thing about Helen.
She's executed great pieces, all exhibited, all bought.
OUR VISITORS: ... ...
Chicago's Mr. and Mrs. Max Adler are ai the Versailles while
visiting their relatives, Prof. Eugene DuBois and Mrs. DuBois ot
the U. of Miami music faculty Another mid-semester vaca-
tioner was Jay Jaspan, Camden, N. J. student ai Temple, who
visited his cousin. Aaron Smith, the Varsailles' resident manager
. Cute young honeymooners at the Atlantic Towers Hotel are
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Owen Wolkind of Buffalo, who have a
handsome load of uncles and aunts here. One avuncular pair
(haver't used that word in a decade) preferring our winters to
St. Louis' are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Wolkind. ...
At David Rosner's H< I I G I are Mr. and Mr?. Samuel Weiss,
Brooklyn I unding out their fourth week f lion with their
son a l 11. Weiss ot Harding Ave. Detroit s
Hi :ks. at th< At] ntic Towers, h ir cousin. Bob
Mer.tser. in Palm Beach: and 1 ther-Shriro -- bher of
76th St. 1 so b< ing nti rl ined by Mrs. J. H. Hornstein
For a change, a resident went a-jaunting. This was Coral
Gabler' Saul Chaftez. the advertising click, who owed himself a
long-overdue look at the Key West season. He's presenting big
news soon with "Florida Hotel News" and "Latin-American
News" .
MUSIC-NOTES:
Music-lovers had a wonderful week. Privately opening it was
Mana-Zucca's night in her home's Maiica Hall. Apparently all
friends refrain from telephoning on these concert-nights, but one
person couldn't resistphoning lo crow thai right then, over
teevee, the Roxy's doorman was singing Mana-Zucca's famed "I
Love Life." Violinist Frederick Neumann won superb congratula-
tions, as did his cellist-wife Joan Radley. soprano Nad Foster, and
accompanist Florence Kutzen. Ruth Brotman had a fine whirl
talking art ilsraeli' with the Sea Isle's David iContemporary Art)
Hochbergs. the Mandells, Haitian Consul Dumont, and our new
Judge Joseph N. Morris Libbie Fishbein and Florence looked
pretty as flowers on the piano-bench Smash-hit was guest
Lillian Shaw, ex-vaudeville star for whom Irving Berlin wrote
his earliest lyrics. A still terrific gal It was awful flattering
of Mana-Zucca to single me out as if I'm a gilt-edged celebrity.
Darn if it didn't make me feel like one! .
Ore verv s] fore the Oscar Levant concert
v St ged rm (and
, ... nor Berl Fost Oui Town's
1 ; at t Univen ty's Feb-
... And the dearest meets in
.- Mother!
HOTEL HOPS:
A good group of the Hotel Sales Managers Association
snatched time off from bustling front desks to meet at the Black-
stone. Abe A'lenberg presided, and not too seriously. Herman
Kreinberg made one of his rare public appearances there, con-
venient enough, for he's still at the Blackstone, now with Alfred
Stone. The Leamington's Arthur Adler willingly toured and ad-
mired the stunning new decor, along with Henry Stupell, the
Winlerhaven's Lou Kaiiter, "Shep" Shepard. and other. Verdict:
again a proud and beautiful hotel!
NORTH BAY AREA:
Battling : tl I gh1 traffic is thi new organization.
N rth Bay A ti n, formed a couple of weeks
nard H. J. home. Spearhead is AI Pallot.
w! 0 held a follow-thi ig ting in his home this past week. Jack
They'n i. nt on immediate relief from sr.arled
' 1 -- I "1st St, bridges.
QUICKIES ON PEOPLE:
You saw Bert Goldberg's feature in the Sunday Miami Daily
News on Larry Wilde, "Sophisticated Comedian." Good timing
clicked Larry at the Sea Gull's mike the night the story hit the
streets Rounding up all the percentages for Cerebral Palsy
is Miss Edna Finberg. She's the original founder, by the way, of
the Free Sons of Israel here Bass-man in Rafael's ork is
clever Rube Levin Patter-guy you're bouncing into lately is
Ned Howard, nee Sukin The Carl Weinkles are entertaining
Dayton's Dr. Stanley Scott ... and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kalmus
are dittoing the Herbert Rogowsks from Portchester. N. Y. and
what's going on with you? Whiz us a missive!
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Mrs. Ben Essen
Ben Essen, president of the
.: Jewish Community Cen-
ter, this week announced the ap-
pointment of Mrs. Ben Essen as
eli.!:: man of the center member-
ship drive which was launched
last week.
"Our purpose in launching
this membership drive is not only
to acquaint the many Jewish
citizens in Miami who are not
members with the work we are
doing, but to have them partici-
pate in the planning of our many
activities," Mrs. Essen said. "We
arc particularly interested in
the parents of children who
come to the tenter but who have-
not, in the past, joined. We want
every Ji wish citizen in Miami to
understand the program we nave
for groups of all ages."
Mrs. Essen announced that an
affair at the Robert Richter H itel
on Sunday evening. April 1. will
climax the drive.
Working with Mrs. Essen are
Mrs. Nathan Dubler. Paul Gert-
man, Mrs. Fred Grossberg. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Jacobson, Hyman
Kam, Mrs. Sidney Palmer. Irving
Saal. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin,
and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin.
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JWV Post To Sponsor
Brotherhood Meet
West Miami Post 223. Jewish I
War Veterans, will hold a bro-
jd meeting at 8 p.m. on;
Tuesday. February 20. at the i
West Miami Town Hall. 901 S.W.!
62nd Ave.
Principal speaker will be Dr.
H. Frank;..-. Williams, dean of
faculty at the University of Mi-
and moderator of the Miai
Round Table. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz
of the West Miami Jewish
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Beach Center To Hold
Supper Meeting Feb. 21
The congregation of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will hold a
supper meeting on Wednesday.
February 21. at 6:15 p.m. in trie
center dining room, it was an-
nounced by Harry Sirkin, presi-
dent.
PTA Board To Meet
The board of directors of the
PTA of Congregation Beth David
will meet on Monday. February
19, at 8 p.m. at the home ol Mrs.
Louis Schwartzman, 272"i S.W.
3rd Ave. Plans will be formulated
for the Purirn carnival to be held
in March.
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r Personally Speaking
Di. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner announce the birth of a son.
Alan Jay. on Tuesday, February 6, at Doctors' Hospital. The
bris was held at the Yesner home on Wednesday, February
14 with Rabbi Philip Fried officiating.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Kelman, of 2654 S.W. 36th Ave.,
have as their houseguests Mr. and Mrs. David Stambul, of
Hartford, Conn.
* ^ ^
Bernard B. Geltner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1784
S.W. 5th St., recived the bachelor of science degree from the
college of arts and sciences at the University of Illinois last
week.
* *
Irving Goldman, executive director of the Cerebral Palsy
Association, attended the semi-annual meeting of the United
Cerebral Palsy Associations, Inc., held at the Drake Hotel, Chi-
caqo, on Sunday.
***
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kimmel of New York are visiting their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kaplan of Miami Beach. Mr. Kimmel
is in the oil business.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Silverman entertained for their twin
daughters, Diane and Gloria, on Saturday evening in their
home, 4588 Alton Road, Miami Beach.
* *
Driving to Miami to visit her mother, Mrs. Frances Green-
field, and sister, Florence, 140 N.E. 57th St., is Miss Freda
Greenfield of New York. Miss Greeniield, who has been in the
office of the supervising customs agent, U. S. Treasury Depart-
ment, New York, will vacation here for seven weeks.
* *
Mrs. Samuel D. Goodman and Mrs. Sol Halpert were
hostesses at a luncheon for friends on Wednesday at Mrs.
Halpert's home, 3550 S.W. 6th St.
* *
Joseph Mintzer, stationed at the U. S. Naval Hospital, Corpus
Christi, Tex., is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S.W. 9th St.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Feinberg announce the birth of a
daughter, Gail Frances, at St. Frances Hospital on February 3.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843
S.W. 9th St. Now visiting in Miami are the paternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg of Dover, N. J.
* +r *
Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St.,
:e Mr. Shapiro's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
John of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Shapiro's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Taffer of New York, are spending their
winter vacation at the Sea Isle Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein, 4400 S.W. 14th St., an-
Ir.ounce the birth of a daughter. Janis Gail, on February 9.
[Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone. 1884 S.W.
110th St. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Silvie Bernstein, 3601
|S.W. 11th Ten.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Koven, 1074 Venetian Way, cele-
jbrated their twenty-eighth wedding anniversary on Wednesday,
[February 14, Valentine's day. The Kovens are the grandparents
lof Paul Gregory Brown and Alan Gary Fried.
I Engle-Brooke Nuptials
'Scheduled For Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Brooke
. of Riverside, Rhode Island, an-
nounce the forthcoming marriage
!of their daughter, Esther, to Dr.
| Howard A. Engle son of Mrs. Rose
; K. Engle, Miami. Beach, on Sun-
iday, February 18.
The bride-elect was graduated
from the Edgewood School i.i
Barrington, Rhode Island.
A graduate of the University of
Wisconsin and University of Wis-
consin Medical School, Dr. Engle
is a member of Sigma Sigma.
Alpha Omega Alpha and Phi
| Delta Epsilon and at present is
(engaged in the pratice of medicine
in Miami Beach. During the war
' Dr. Engle served with United
States Military Government in
, Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Engle arid
family and Mrs. Jordan Werner,
brother and sister of bride, are
here to attend the wedding.
Barbara Zisscn
Betrothal Told
The marriage of Miss Barbara
Kissen and Alfred E. Klein will
p an event of March 25, in the
orri nto Hotel. Announcement
their engagement has been
Bade by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs L..u H. Zissen, 2112 S.W.
|2nd Ave.
Mr. Klein is the son of Mr and
US. David Klein, Flint, Mich..
N Miami.
The bride-elect attended Miami
J'gh School and Terry Art In-
Pitute. She is junior adviser to
Pii Sigma Tau sorority.
[ Klein is president of Klein
I Flint. He was graduated
Detroit School of Real
[ate Appraisers and the In-
School of Hartford.
He also attended Michigan
e C'lii, ,
Reynolds Stars In
Human Relations Drama
Quentin Reynolds, noted news-
paperman, author and lecturer, is
starred in "Elephant in the
Streets," latest episode in the
New Frontier series, to be heard
Sunday. February 18. at 3:30 p.m.
over radio station WKAT.
The New Frontier is produced
by the Institute for Democratic
Education and presented through
the cooperation of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rilh.
Mrs. Aaron Farr, president of the Miami Section of the
National Council of Jewish Women, is pictured with Mrs. Irving
M. Engel, national president of the organization, who spoke here
last Wednesday night at Temple Beth Sholom.
Young Adults Slate
Party For Sunday
The Young Adult League of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
will have a party at the home of
,Jack Dickson. 2060 N.W. 22nd
i Ave.. on Sunday. February 18. at
8:30 p.m. All young adults over
I 21 are invited.
At a recent meeting of the
, group the following officers were
elected: Seymour Hinkes, presi-
dent; Jack Dickson. vice presi-
dent; Esther Branson, recording
secretary; Conine Smith and
Felicia Sommerfield. correspond-
ing secretaries; Elene Futerfas.
treasurer.
1 The following were apointed by
the president as chairmen: Jean
Nevel. membership; Leonard
Aronoff. programs; Irving Prusak,
social; Lee Friedman, publicity.
Forster Honored At
Myers' Cocktail Party
Benjamin Meyers, national ex-
ecutive committee member of the
Joint Defense Appeal was host at
his home. 802 West DiLido Drive,
Miami Beach, on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 4. to leaders in the Greater
Miami Jewish community at a
cocktail party honoring Arnold
Forster. national director, civil
rights division, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Forster. author of the best
seller. "A Measure of Freedom."
led a discussion on problems fac-
ing American Jewry and the
status of democracy in our nation
today.
Among the prominent out-of-
town guests were Leon Lowen-
stein and Edmund Waterman,
well-known industrialists; and
Judge Samuel Leibowitz of Kings
County Court, Brooklyn.
The Joint Defense Apepal is
the fundraising arm of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
and the American Jewish Com-
mittee.
Plan Theatre Party
Sisterhood of the First Jewish
Congregation of Coral Gables will
hold a theatre party on Tuesday.
March 13, at the University of
Miami Ring Theatre. The play
will be "The Mad Woman of
Chaillot." Tickets may be obtained
by calling Mrs. W. Rabenovitz.
83-2884.
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Holland Honey Cake
Fruited
or P^ain
Basic to Living Longer
and Looking Younger
Delicious
Nutritious
HeaUWul
Made from ingredients, considered
healthful for ages: whole rye flour,
rich buttermilk and golden honey .
superbly blended in Old Netherlands
recipe. No sugars or fats added. Regula-
tory. Suitable for every meal or snack.
Distributed by
Cochran Distributing Co.
1717 N.W. 7h Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Ardmore Studio
David Abrams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Abrams, 1925 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah on February
17 at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will officiate.
Luncheon Card Party
Miami Chapter of National
Children's Cardiac Home will hold
its monthly luncheon card party
on Wednesday. February 21, at 12
neon in the Melvin Cohen Hall,
4250 Flagler St.
Canasta, bridge, mah jong and
other games will be played. Mrs.
Henry Green and Mrs. Mae Harris
are in charge of the affair.
RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO
express their gratitude for the many felicitations extended on
the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, the Golden
Wedding Anniversary of their parents, and the Congregational
Reception tendered Sunday night.
The Family of the Late
SARAH KOGOS
Wish to extend their gratitude to the many friends who
sympathized with them in their hour of grief.
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*Jewist*fkfldiari
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1951
North Shore Groups Will Sponsor
llrotherhood Weok Program
The Miami Beach community
Will be invited to attend a
Brotherhood Week program spon-
; by the North Shore Lodge
and Women's Chapter of B'nai
BYith on Monday. February 19.
at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Ri ligious and civic leaders will
talk on "Are We Making Demo-
cracy Work'.'" Scheduled to speak
Mrs. C. E. Poyer. Biscayne
Elementary School; the Rev. Paul
,1, wett of St. John's On-Thc-Lak..
Church: and Rabbi Leon Kronisn
of Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
h Councilman Melvin Rich-
ard will derator.
Also scheduled to appear will
Vne M. Schewel of Lynchburg.
Va president of District Grand
Lodge Five.
The program is under the di-
rection of Mrs. Herbert Cohen j
and Melvin Pazol. Presidents Mrs.
Bernard and Leonard
in will chair the meeting.
Sandr* Prince Chosen
"Queen Of Clubs"
Misi :;
and AZA
the "Q Clubs" :
; .;
r Teen-Agi V

ny took Queer
Clubs"
A
iter.
T I
con-
and
' pub-
I
Cantor Herskovits To
Sing At Beth Jacob
Cantor Bela Herskovits. known
as the "Sing, i Ghetto,'
will i ,r this !'
and Saturday for serv-
: :es and Sund
concert at Cong gat B< h
E
the"
Brook-
lyn. N. V
coi '
in New Y
. .
Bel Bartol H

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.:
Tickets for the pi
Saturd I Sunday may be ob-
i at thi s) ig ui ffice.
Pioneer Women
Slate Donor Fete
A capacity croud is expected to
attend the annual donor dinner
, Mho Creator Miami Council of
Pioneer Women, which will be
held his vear at the Temple Beth
Sholom banquet hall on Sunday,
Uary 18. at 12:30 p.m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, who has
been a regular participant in lit
d aff:i:rs m past years, will
,,st speaker. Mrs. Bee Jail".
lent of the Greater Mam
Council of Pioneer Women. wiU
Mrs Rosemary G
Kaplan, council chairman :at Hapoalot, the fund which
. the Working Women s
Council in Israel, is in charge of
arrangements for the occasion.
Featured on the musical por-
tion of the program will be
an Cohen, who will sing in
Hebrew and English. She will be
accompanied at the piano by
Bettv Halam.
Proceeds from the dinner are
earmarked for Moatzat Hapoalot,
which educates women and chii-
dren from all parts of the world
to become productive citizens Of
Israel. It establishes and :
a's day nurs
Youth Aliyah to become
agricull i ttl rs, and teaches
ni wi men vocational
skills and the language of the
'>' .i.
sting Mrs. Kaplan with the
tier and other fund-raising and
cultural activities promoting
Moatzat Hapoalot. arc these
Moatzat Hapoalot chairmen: Mrs.
... Club I: Rose Marcus,
Club II: Sara Shapoff, Golda
Myerson Club: Tillie Sandier.
Kadimah Club: Mrs. Kaplan,
Medinah Club: and Nora Simon.
Brana Rudich Club.
____________________
Young Adult Group To
Meet Monday Night
The Young Unmarried Adults
of Temple Israel will hold a s]
, :all m Monday, February
19. at 8:30 p.m. j
A symposium on the recent Life
magazine article by Rabbi Philip
Bernstein entitled "What the Jews
Believe" will be held. Dancing
and refreshments will follow the
cultural program.
ZIONIST
LUNCHEON CLUB
Inviti hear
HARRY S1MONHOFF
Mian i Attoi ne.. W n I Trai
md Url l Colun
who

SPEAK ON
'Growing Pains Of Israel'
Wed., Feb. 21,12:30 p.m.
at LINCOLN MANOR,
2 Lincoln Road
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Dixie P
Sandra Prince is "Queen of Clubs" of the Miami Jewish
Community Center Teen-Age Division. Other candidates are (1. to
1.) Joanne Hablow (representing Yiska Serott). Fern Tescher,
Edith Hilton and Irma Plotkin.
Announving thv Opening of the
MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME
Specializing in the Care of Elderly avd Chmv.cally ill
24 Hour Registered Nursing Service
Diets Strictly Observed
All Rooms Semi-Private with Connecting
Showers and Baths
The Home is Located on the Beautiful*Three-Acre Site
Formerly Occupied by the Jewish Home for the Aged
in the Heart of the CityEasily Accessible by Bus
The Home will be under I ment of
LEO ALLEN
Former Executive Dirt :he Aged
oj G
Moderate Rates Inspection is Cordially Invited
Phone 9-0278 335 S. W. 12th Ave., Miami. Fla.
a a d
Famed Writer am
Author, oi
the Jewish Seem
Forum:
Can Israel Survive
the World Crisis?
Questions and Jt)i3cu3Jion
Sunday Feb. 1tj
8:15 P.M.
Tickets 1 '2 53
For Reservations Call 58-2503
Sponsored by
HAROLD SHAPIRO
v.
CHARLES H. LEE
JACOB C.VlSHMAN
Will
Sl-.Ii* -I i .
>liami llcacli
Zionist District
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The Men's Club
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER]
Washington at 17th
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I )AY FEBRUARY 16, 1951
fJenlsti ncridHan
A Granted Use Of
,te Camp Site
^Jewish ("< nters Association
'gter Miami received word
that it will be granted
camp
Park
PAGE 9 A
|ise ol | camping
site at
at High
the first time in
; i ater Miami that
red camp will
pductcd by local agencies."
dent "Thanks to the
- Department
man, John D.
p |-10 children in the
imi area will be given
imping experience
easonable fees. It
0 anti( ipated that in line
the usual practice of the
unitv, we will be able to
lolarships for 20 per-
f tlir n -1 rants. This camp,
by the State Park
ivailable to all or-
ughout the state.
iied the camp this
ii it to be one of
ible camps of its
nly in this state, but
v." Kaplan con-
, "It has everything a camp-
ould desire wonderful
facilities, wonderful
c facilities, as well as good
C and nood kitchen facili-
ildren should have a
rful lime at Camp O'Leno
ummer."
n will be accepted
of first come, first
. K ; in said. He pointed
Oil at Camp
will start upon the con-
ne camp period.
I i through Sep-
!
Tri Beta ,iris
Uleet BAla Pearl
Lila Pearl was re-elected to the
presidency of the Tri Beta Coun-
cil, a teen-age girl's club of the
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, this week.
Others named to serve the
up until August are Sonia
Caplin, vice president: Eileen
Schumer, recording secretary;
Ann Meyer, corresponding si cre-
tary; Sandra Bloom, treasurer;
Arlene Drevich, auditor; Anita
Leon chaplain; and Linda Caplin.
sergeant-at-arms.
An installation dinner was held
; on Sunday afternoon, February
11, at the Saratoga inn Restau-
rant, with Sally Harelick in
; charge.
Flamingo L To Meet Feb. 21
Flamingo Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will meet on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 21, at 8:15 p.m. at the Hia-
leah Jewish Center, 951 East 4th
Ave.
Harry Gordon and Nathan
Becker, co-chairmen of the lodge
Anti-Defamation League commit-
tee, will report on their recent
project, presentation of the book
"One God" to the churches of
Hialeah and Miami Springs.
President Ben Bloom will out-
line the community service pro-
grams of the lodge for 1951.
Harold Lebow, chairman of the
lodge Americanism committee,
will call for final registrations of
members in the Dado County
Civil Defense enrollment.
Suzanne Lee Dreyfus
Becomes Mrs. Alter
In a candlelight double-ring
ceremony which took place at the
Shelborne Hotel Sunday. Miss
Suzanne Lee Dreyfus, daughter of
Marcel Drevfus.
1602 Michij n A -e Miami B
bride of Edwin H
s->n of Mrs. Philip Give n-
B n. Mass.. and N w
n, (' inn. Rabbi Moshay P.
Mann read the
Miss Lynn Shupack was maid of
honor. The bride's cousin, H
Fli ishman, was best man.
seating guests were Maurice Bce-
phan A. Blum.
A family dinner followed the
ceremony.
The bride was graduated from
Miami Beach High School and
the University of Miami School
of Engineering, served in the
navy during the war and is now
; affiliated with Stuart Cooling Co.
; Ceramics Course Listed
The North Beach Branch of the
'Jewish Centers Association an-
nounced that the second in a
| series of eight-week ceramics
i courses will get underway on
! Tuesday. February 20. The course
! will be designed for both be-
ginning and advanced individuals
and will include such methods of
i work as simple coil and slab con-
;struction, figurines and bowls, slip
decorations, tile and jewelry.
The group will be led by Zena
Posever, and meetings will be
held at the Coburn School. 1000
Bay Drive, Normany Isle. Inter-
'' d pers .'is may receive further
information by calling Randy
Polansky at 5-7994.
Show On Calendar
Jewish
plans for
1 at the
irch 8, at
William
'. of the l
Schwartzman To Speak
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of J< wi
Education, will be guest speaker
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum,
121 11th St.. Miami Beach, on
Saturday. February 17. at 8 p.m.
His subject will be "Emancipation
or Reaction."
All 0|N'EI Letter
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus
Dado County, Florida
Participating Agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
r to the many inquiries regarding the status of the
1 Way Kosher Meat and Poultry Market we wish
public the following facts: .
ion-Kosher lamb was found by our Director on their
following ruli's and regulations of the Greater Miami
ishruth, our director, summoned the owners of the
before a Rabbinical Tribunal consisting of the
i, April and Grauer.
I Tribunal, after long deliberation gave out
-Din" (Rabbinical decision). 1) To place
di (a steady supervisor) on the premises for
mths, at the expense of the owners of the
a fine of-$500.00 for the United Jewish
I by tin owners of the said market. 3) That if
Rabinical decision) will not be accepted and
sign of endorsement shall be recalled and an-
lv.
of the Rabbinical Tribunal was carried out
I the said market is again under our superivsion.
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus
Harry Sirkin, President
Hyman Sootin, Secretary
Solomon Lobel. Treasurer
Rabbi J. Rackovsky, Director
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 195

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With The Smart
Associated Photo
Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne shakes hands with E- Albert PaUoi afte,: signing the charter for^he
mv, Raw ftTpa Tax Pavers Association. Looking on are Lnaries s. """
S^7.irrH,?naXan^harieLSilvers. all officials of the new_o^mtK>n.---------------------------------
I in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony
Hotel, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Ida Optner, presi-
dent.
A fashion show will feature
clothes bv Lillie Rubin of Lincoln
Road. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
will serve as commentator and
Mai Malkin and his Orchestra
will provide background music.
Proceeds will go toward all
B'nai B'rith projects. ^^^^_
Beach Women Will Hold Donor Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai I annual donor luncheon on Tues-
B'rith Women will sponsor its | day, February 20, at 12.30 p.m.
Ardmore Studio
Making plans for the donor luncheon to be sponsored by the
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Tuesday, February
20, at 12:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel are (1. to r.) Mrs. Ben Lebow.
Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. Max Schwartz.
Phillip Schif f Heads
Isaac Levin Lodge
Phillip Schiff. Miami attorney,
has been elected president of the
Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
I to succeed Emanuel Levenson.
Schiff received his law degree
! at the University of Kentucky in
i 1939. He served for two years in
i the European Theatre of Opera-
tions in World War II and was
recipient of five battle stars and
the Purple Heart. He is a member
of the Elks. Beth David Men's
Club and the Florida Bar As-
' sociation.
Other officers elected. to serve
with Schiff are: Morton Perry,
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Levin, corresponding secretary;
Max Feld, financial secretary; Al-
bert J. Beer, treasurer; Arthur
Stein, guardian; Meyer Nedel-
man warden; Emanuel Levenson,
chaplain: Donald Eanett, Richard
Gerstein and Dr. Maurice Serotta,
trustees.
The lodge meets the first and
third Tuesdays of each month.
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r*v FEBRUARY 16, 1951
lady Selling Most Tickets To Hadassah
I Saturday Will be Named Queen
*Jewist rkriciirin
PAGE 11 A
f ihr Ball" will be the
the member selling
ts to the first an-
ih Medical Organiza-
e sponsored by the
nprising the Greater
, r of Hadaasah 'on
I nary 17, at 8:30
ifiami Beach Munici-
iiu.
trophies will be
.'. nni i S of various
k a old fashjpned
Ljj. : and rumba com-

. will bo headlined
team of Adela and
- [ity committee will
dents of "all
n Sirkin, Great-
Cl ipter; Mrs. Morris
Senesch Group;
Goldman, Theodore
,-
Herzl Group; Mrs. Samuel
Sakrais, Stephen S. Wise Group;
Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, Shaloma
Group; Mrs. Melvin Weinkle,
Menorah Group:-Mis. Bernard C.
Fuller, Deb irah Group; Mrs. Isa-
bel S.'Altholz, Henrietta Szold
Group: Mrs. Mne Feingold, Ml.
Scopus Group: Mrs. Irving West-
in, Israeli Group; Miss Rosalyn
Klein. Miami B & P Group;
Marguerite Marx, Miami 1
B & I' Gump.
Assisting Mrs Alexander K
chairman of the event, are the
M. -dames Aaron Courshon, l.
EH, Max Gratz, Edythe Goldberg,
Murray Gi Herbert Gut-
man, Fred Jonas, Hairy P
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, J
Shawmut and Benjamin Sander-
son.
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, vice
president, Greater Miami Chap-
ti r, will direct several choral ar-
rangements to be performed that
evening.
"Proceeds from this function
will be used for Hadassah's com-
prehensive medical and welfare
program in Israel," Mrs. Kogan
said.
Tickets may be purchased from
members of the committee and at
the box office. Reservations indi-
cate that 3,000 persons will attend.
Junior Teen Agers To
| Sponsor Barn Dance
The Beth David Junior Teen
\ Agers will sponsor a barn dance
on Saturday. February 24, at 8:30
; | p.m. at. the synagogue.
Games and square and novelty
dances will highlight the evening,
according to Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Plotkin, who are directing
the affair.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE I'liyriT COURT OF Till:
III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
IN CHAM i;i:v. No 138701
HELEN ELIZABETH UICKETTS,
Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM /.
RICK i Ti Oe i iidant,
TO: \\ M.r.i \\i /. RICKETT8
' i' .. |
MORRISTOWN, N. .IKK.
YOl lied to i \,. :i copy
"! your an wor lo the Rill ,.r Oom-
or th< i ilntiff's
" : th<
of the Cli
['\ '" ; Court ....... bi fore the
i
'"' "' > for II hereto-
n will In
I I. you. I
DATED al Mi fla, this n
da ry, AMI 19
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
i 'lerk of the Cli ill C
Count}-, i-1.
.-..iii
1 HM \V. STOCKING,
MURRAY QOODMAN ''l"'
tin
i Building
Vllnnii, Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

Kuri ntly appealing before local
oups is Dan Kahn, teacher of
Ik and square dancing, caller
folk dance demonstrator,
irmcrly a member of Dvora
apson's dance group which per-
rmed Chassidic. Israeli and
ddish folk dances for the Jewish
iucation Committee, Kahn was
strumental in bringing folk
nee groups lo Carnegie Hall,
adisor Square Garden and the
aldorf Astoria. He participated
the Round the World Dance
"es from 1945 to 1949 and
rked at Grossinger's Country
ub last summer. He is staying
1512 Pennsylvania Ave., Mi-
i Beach, 58-6038.
Monte Carlo Night Is
Slated For Saturday
West Miami Post 223, Jewish
War Veteran.; of the United States
of America, will hold a "Monte
Carlo Night" at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Matza, 1320 Syl-
vania Blvd., West Miami, on Sat-
urday, February 17 at 8 p.m.
TRACK &
SHORE INN
279 N.E. 79th St.
Complole Prime Ribs B _-i ^
of Beef Dinner I
Weekdays 5 to 8:30
Sundays 12:30 to 8:30
CLOSED TUESDAYS
Ph. 84-3897 Free Parking
NELLO G. CHEKEY
Scientific* Equipment
SKILLED MECHANICS
Guaranteed Workmanship
Drive In Today Save Wear
and Tear on Your Tires
WHEELS ALIGNED
Any Make Car
j, -jr*\ ^ "Vour Friendly Chevrolet Dealer'
TWO CONVENIENT
LOCATIONS
| W-fUGLER$T. PHONi 9*441 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. PHOHf 2 I40
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TI I E C'| RCUIT ''' il'RT IK I'll I:
HTM .11 DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR I>A1)K I >l'NTY.*g*L< iUIIiA -
IN CHANCERY, No, I:,-To,;;
MINNIK l.i IIIAK, II ilntiff, vi
WILLIAM i.i.iiak. Defendant
TO: WILLIAM loHAK
& HERMAN ,v CANTER. ESQS.
!> E. 11 si St.,
New ITork, \. v.
YOV are ri ciuli ed to nerve a copy
of your answer to the Kill of Com-
plaint for l Hvorce on the Plain) ffa
attorney ami rii.- ii......Iglnal answer
In the Ifflce of the I 'lei k of the I !lr-
cuil Court on or before the 16 day
of March, A.D. 1951: otherwise, the
Hill of Complain) for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
i onfessed lv \ ou.
DATED at Miami, Florida, on this
II ilav cf Feb., 1951.
E, B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of i'iicult <'ourt,
l >ade < 'ountj, Ploi Ida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
MURRAY OOODMAN,
Plaintiff's \
mi Ulympin Building
Miami. Florida.
2 16-23 3 2-9
ST" ICKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'H COURT
IN' VND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE, No.
_
la Re: ESTATE OP
HERBERT RANGEL,
I ieci i 'i
To All Creditors and .V.l Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
R tate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either "i you, may have against th*.'
e tate of HERBERT RANOEI.....-
ceased, laic of I.cs Amrcles County,
California, to the Hon. W. P. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In bis office in the
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 loKal address of the
'claimant and to be sworn to and
T,d as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. Bee Section 120 of the 1983
I Probate Act.
Date February 14, A D, 1961.
SHELDON N. L/ELCHUK,
As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A.,
of the Estate of Herbert Ranged,
i leceased.
SHELDON N. LELCHUK,
Attorney for
Anc. Administrator C.T.A.
2/16-23 8/2-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN i HE CIRCUIT COCRT OK THE
ki.i:\ kntii JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF PLI >RIOA, IN AND FOR DADE
Cl >1 XIV. IN CHANCERY, No,
I3K822-F.
WILLIAM I,. PALLOT et ux I al,
Plaintiffs, vs WILLIAM CALSINO,
il, 1 ief< ndant.
to: William calsino, and u
mi n i d, h s i nknoWn fe, :r living,
.....i dead, all unknown

or oi hi pai i lea claiming
rider o ogalnal Id De-
li ml mt, in* now a to be
dead and all i i
oartli
: MATILDA
iHINIl ami ('.A dill,
i.1 ii a ; 11 .
' i

i
and
follow ,
! Dade
i
In I 'In i III of the
Publlu K< cords ol I 'ade i
V'd AM* EACH OP YOU are
nol fled thai Bill <
plaint to Quiet Tltli : \ mi n Imcnl
i" 'i filed agalnsl
:i .i\ you ur< required to
of i our \n ivei ling to th<
said Bill of C ; he I 'la n
tiffs' attorneys. PAI.I.nT. SILVER,
TATHAM, AH IX) ,v MULLOY, -"I
Ing, Miami. Fl irlda,
a nd file the oi Iglnal v nsv,
Ing in the of,i,c of the Clerk of thi
Circuit i 'on: i on or bi f..... the l ith
day of Man h. \ I *. 19.11. If you fall
to do so. Judgment bj default will be
.-. ini you for the relli f i
in said Bill of c.....plaint.
Thi nol Ice ahnll be publit hi d onci
each week for four consei
in the Jewish FTorldlan,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 13th day of February,
A.D. 1951.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
ci, rk, CtrcuH Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court .- i
By v. M. w. STOCKING,
Deputs I li
2 16-28 :: 2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE i "iRCUIT I "I Il'RT >!' Til K
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I'IRCCIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
138661
EUNICE PAY BUROOYNE, Plaintiff,
vs. HARRY CECIL BURGOYNE,
Defendant.
DIVORCE -
BURGI lYNE
metl Parkway
Norfolk. Virginia
You are hereby notified t'mt a
P.ill of Complaint for Dlvorci has
been filed aga Lnst you, and
requli e Answer or Pleadjng tv the Uiii of
complaint on the plaintiffs Attomey,
Stanley i>. Caldin, tis Seybolfl Bulld-
iriL-. Miami, Florida, and file the
original Answer or 1'le.nlinK in th.-
ofiii.....f the clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 15th day of March.
1951, if you fail to do bo, Judgment
by default will be taken against yon
for the relief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint,
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldiap*.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18 day of Feb. A.D. 1951.
!:. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Conn. Dade County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Seal)
Deputy clerk.
STANLEY I>. CAII>IN
748 Beybold Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/16-23 3/2-H
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I >!' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"I I- LORIDA. IN AND Ft IR MAI >E
COI .N'i'.V. IN CHANCERY, No.
138621
JOSEPH LIEBMAN", Plaintiff, vs.
IDA LlRfl.M w. Defi n lant,
SUIT Fl >R DlVi >RI '!.
Ti I: 11'A LIEIIMAN,
Kl ISCII iSK'i i STREET,
BROOKLYN, MEW YORK
Y' 'i' are hereb I,
of Complaint for lev. ., has been
filed galm t you,
i to serve j
or or Plea
on ut [llton A.
Fried rm
nd file thi
i ore tin
17th da
Int.
DONE AND ORDERED
, A.I '.
UMAX, ("lerk,

r. M C. 1

MILT" IN \ I RIEDMAN,
fi r Plaintiff,
i ISldg., Miami, Fl

ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE Clltn IT Cl il'RT ( d THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
KU IRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
JEAN Hi iSENPELD, Plnlnl ff, vs.
WILLIAM III ISENFELI'. Di
T( i: WILLIAM Ri If EN I ELD
Mar)
lL'ir, \\. i ,; imbla Avi
'hlcag i, llllno
You ..... hereby ordi red and re-
quired to si ve a copy i'
to the BUI of Complali I foi Dl\ e,
a copy of which is enclo i
on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
In tie- office of i he i'
of the Cli Count
. Floi Ida, on or before the 13th daj of
Ma i !.. 19.11, i h thi
: i'.ill will be taki n as confi.-.-, l
DATED: Fi
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
of tl
ii 'ii Cou Seal!
WM, W.
SUIT POR_l
l'i i II VRRY CECIL
SAMUEL J R VND
'. for Plaintiff
1007 I llj mpl i B
la
2 16-23 3 !-9
STi >CKING,
1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NANE LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the undei signed, tl
nesa under i i ne of
Hl-Spei d Batti t N'ot Inc I
at 2221 N.W. 7th Si ids lo
' lerk of
-. he i' i cult Court of l Florida.
PIIH.I.IP PINSKTj
Sole I iWller
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Phillip Pinsky
.-'.Vie,!,| Bldg.
. 2
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership lately existing between
Louis Gerber, Morris Orlln and Irving
liordi.n. trading under the firm num.'
of L 4 G class ,-;- Mirror Works was
dis-oived on the 2nd day of February,
1961, so far as relates to Louis Qerber,
The partnership now consists of
Morris Orlln ami Irving Gordon who
Will continue doing business as I, .v Q
Glass A Mirror Vvorki at their former
address. All debts due ami owing to
the partnership are to be received by
Mr, Orlin and Mr. Cordon and all de-
mands are to be presented to them
for payment,
I, .v. (I Glass .* Mirror Work
_____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious rime of
Caribbean Distributing Co. at 805
N.W, nib Avenue. Intends to register
said name with the i 'lerk of the i 'ir-
eult Court of Dade County, Florida.
. JAMES !:. WIGGINS
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicant
IIS Congress i'ddg.
: L'-l'____________________________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I LORIDA, IN AND F< IR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
138530.
UNITED LOAN CORP., formerly
known as NATIONAL FINANCE
i (i Florid i ci I, Plaintiff,
vs. ItOBERT L. THOMSON, Di
fendant.
TO: ROBERT '.. THOM80N
(Address Unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Bill Of Complaint for
, *,* ire of uoi tgage ancumberlni
1946 Hudson I Door Automobile, Motor
No. 8163810, has ben filed au-iiiusl
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
C.....plaint on plaintiffs attorney,
\i \l:x FABER 112 Congress Build-
ing, Miami, Florida, and file the
original answer in it*,- office Of the
Clerk of the Circuit Com i on or
before the 19th day of March. 1961,
otherwise said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this Kith day of February.
1951.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Baal) _____,
By WM. W. STi ICKINO.
Deputy Clerk.
2/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA, IN' AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
138,520.
UNITED LOAN CORP., formerly
known as NATIONAL FINANCE
CO., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff,
vs. WILLIAM II. KENDALL, De-
fendant,
TO: WILLIAM M. KENDALL
(Address 1'uktloU n I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
rh.it a Bill of Complaint for fi
closi......f .....rtgage encumbering i
1942 Buick club Coupe, Motor No
im-'.i .. Serial No. 14862642, ha.- been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answi
to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's |
attorney, MARX FABER, 112 Con-
gress Building, Miami, Florida, and
file the original answer In the office
,,f the I i k of the Circuit Court on
or before the 19th day of March. 1951.
othei wise said Bill will be ta ti n i
confessed by you.
Dated his 13th day of February,
19S1.
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
ill court Seal)
By WM. W. BTOCKING,
I 11 11\ clerk.
,. L, .,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY .111 MiF'S ci il'RT, DADE
COUNTY, 1 la iRIDA, N i. 23942.
RE: ESTATH I IF
DAVID ZAVON,
I. aaed.
NOTICE is hereby given thai I
nave filed my 'mil report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge is Executor
of the estate of David Zavon, de-
ceased: ami that on the 16 day of
1931, will apply to the Honor-
able W F, Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dls-
as Executor of the Estate of
David Zavon, deceased
This 12 day of February, 1951.
ROBERT II ZAVON.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Building,
Attorney for Robert Zavon, Executor
2/16-L':. 3 ;-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deal Ing to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL FACTORS CO (not Inc.)
(, Talianoff, 120 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
I mi.
Cli k of the Circuit Curt
County, Florida.
SIDNEY ORURER
HAROLD MAHLER
OE( 'ROE i T W.IA\< IFF, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
M ami Bi ach, Florida
. 2-9
wttii the
Of Dade
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Cl >URT OF THE
II Hi JUDICIAL CIRC1 IT IN aYND
FOR DADE COUNTY, I LORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No
SHIRLEY L. VRGHTE, Plaintiff, vs.
HENRY VEGHTE, JR., Defendant.
T I II ENRY \ BG1 iTE JR.
In Prospect Ave..
i ilovi i >\ 111*, N. V.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs
n.\ and to t ii,. the oi Iglnal answer
In the i ifflce of the Clerk ol the circuit
court ....... before the M day of
March. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for i dvnrce heretofore
filed herein will be taken as confessed
by you
DATES at Miami. Florida, on this
II day of Feb.. 1954.
B B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
I'ade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By w.M. w.
-MURRAY OOODMANt
Plaintiff's Attorney
914 oiympla Ituilding
Miami, Florida.
2/16-23 3/2-9
STi K'KINO.
Deputy. Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i (TICK IS HEREBY OH EN that
tin and. ralg ie ill
un l.t the flctil oils name of
Ben Dli C (Not Inc.) at
' Dade C ml F Ida, intends
. clerk
of the cir.uit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
s\m BEN
S > i iwner
MANUEL LUBEL
\ Vppllcanl
71." I 'an Amerlc in Bank Bldg.
: 16
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
N'oti.e is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be-
,i ick Perk., and i oa i ibensteln,
ire carrying on bu mess as
Read) -Ro isl it 816 7th Street, Mi-
ami Beach, has been dissolved by
mutual consent and from the 5th
day of February, \''~'h all debts due
to and owing bj said firm win he
d by Lou Ebenati In who vvili
continue to carry on the -aid business
as the sole owner under the same
.1 I'll in iiiiim.
Dated the 5th dm) of February, 1951.
JACK BERKE
LOU EBENSTEIN
JOSEPH PARDOj Attorney
914 Beybold liuig.
2/16-23 3/2-9_____________________________
LEGAL NOTICE
I shall not be res|Hnsibie for debts
Incurred by anyone' other than myself.
LARRY TRIGUERO
3/16-23


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951
Tfes, we know all about
Your Husband
He is working Hard ... bringing home his jay ...
seems like his pay is newer enough! Lady... Food Fair
wants to help you help him!
Another Food Fair First! A program of
suggestive, inexpensive yeals!
Refrigerated PRODUCE
POTATOES 10 3
U. S. NO."l,
EXTRA FANCY
U. S. NO. t Mk,
D'Anjou Pears
Delicious Apples
Spanish Mackeral
SUGAR
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MOUNT SINAI SUPPLEMENT
ttd^wiisltUBIiDipidliiaun
JLUME 24-NUMBER7
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Mount Sinai Hospital To Mark Year's Achievements With Gala Jubilee
Mi
w.

An infant in seven-league bootsthat's the only way you can describe Mount Sinai Hospi-1
il which is marking its first anniversary at a gala jubilee to be held at the Miami Beach
lunicipal Auditorium on Thursday, February 22.
In the somewhat more than 12 months that have elapsed since the bayside institution
-ned its doors, it has won for itself an enviable position in the community, as well as the
jproval of the American College of Surgeons and the American '
ledical Association. In this short period it has become rec-
pized as a vigorous force in the valiant battle against disease
id illness.
The non-profit, non-sectarian hospital is not only offering
modern and effective ^ ft wag ^ acquired by the
most .
|iagnos:ic and therapeutic facili-
ies but has launched a progres-
*ve educational and research
rogram that is undoubtedly the
Kecursor of a mammoth medical
fcsearch center.
As Mount Sinai moves into its
lecond year of operation, it has
Staff of 400 doctors. During
150. 7.460 patients were admitted
c" total of 55,355 patient days.
Ji this number, 698 was service
lases.
.Mount Sinai's majestic, X-
lliaped building, which looks from
he an like the giant arms of a
Windmill, was once a blue chip
1 Iry. built by Carl Fisher
u"ng the boom.
Veterans Administration
psed it
as a hospital during the
city of Miami Beach and subse-
quently turned over to the trus-
tees of Mount Sinai Hospital for
operation as a community hos-
pital.
After ten months of extensive
renovations, the hospital was
dedicated with proper pomp and
circumstance on December 4,
1949. and patients were moved in
on the following day.
There is little evidence that the
building was once used for more
frivolous purposes, though the air
of quiet elegance which un-
doubtedly permeated the world-
famed hotel still pervades the
modern, bustling hospital.
Attractive waterways and
spacious, well kept lawns and
gardens surrounding the hospital
provide an ideal setting for con-
valescing. And it is rare that one
does not encounter ambulatory
patients leisurely basking in the
sun, frequently with fishing pole
in hand. These patients are al-
ways attended by nurses or aides.
On the hospital's ground floor
are located the information desk,
cashier and credit department,
laboratories, pharmacy, outpatient
clinic, colored ward, doctors'
(Continued on page 5 B)
IMount Sinai's Lady In Pink Attempts To
Make Your Hospital Stay More Pleasant
PiV III DOROTHY SEROTTA
>U see a "lady-in-pink"
Mount Sinai Hospital Jubi-
lee, would be a good idea, if
jyou are a gentleman, to take off
ll-hi! .''' 'm(1 b,nv from the waist
Ihv ,u p on et'quette is inspired
Um-m ';':lllza,ion that the Mount
""".Women's Auxiliary mem-
ln question has probably
"lore, in terms of work-
and good-will for hospital
atlents, than most other Mi-
liven
Ihours
amians.
She's one of 700 uniformed vol-
Iffiteers who have appeared at the I
hospital in its first year of opera- I
tion and a part of the group of
round 200 now regularly taking
duty assignments. Officially, the
auxiliary volunteer has been reg-
ularly and warmly thanked by:
hospital officials for her faithful-
ness and valuable help; unoffi-
cially she gets recognition from
(Continued on page 5 B)
61 Brism Held In
Sinai Ritual Room
Sixty-one infants have been
;ircumcised in Mount Sinai's
rnodern ritutal room this past
year. The ritual room is one
of the hospital's courtesy serv-
ices for patients.
Located on the maternity
and nursery floor of the hospi-
tal, the ritual room is at-
tractively furnished with tables
and lounge chairs where fam-
ilies and their guests may hold
intimate parties for the occa-
sion. The infant and physician
enter a small adjoining room
separated from the lounge by
a large plate glass viewing
window. The circumcision is
performed in the small isolated
room, eliminating any possi-
bility of direct contact between
the child and visitors.
Parents may, if they wish,
have a mohel supervise the
operation. Mount Sinai has two
registered mohels on its per-
manent staff.
Hospital President Cited
For Community Service
The first anniversary of Mount
Sinai hospital marks for its presi-
dent, Max Orovitz, the pinnacle
of a long career of community
and interracial service. Cited by
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews as one who has
". heeded the call of every
good cause in the community and
. made a farsighted contribu-
tion to education for human rela-
tions." Orovitz consider the es-
tablishment of Mount Sinai his
most satisfying endeavor on be-
half of civic welfare of Greater
Miami
Orovitz has, in the past 15
years, been one of the outstand-
ing local figures in regional and
national welfare work. After
graduation from Emory Universi-
ty Law School in 1925. he identi-
fied himself with building and
construction, in Miami and imme-
diately became active in all
phases of human welfare. He has
been president of Temple Israel,
chairman of the budget and
member of the board of the Com-
munity Chest, chairman of the
Free Loan Fund of the Jewish
Social Service Board and a trus-
tee of the citizens board of the
University of Miami. He,has been
cited by the National Conference
of Christians and Jews for his
human relations activities, which
have included the endowment of
a human relations library and a
chair for the study of the inter-
racial problems of minority
groups at the University of Mi-
ami. The library which Orovitz
founded at the university forms
the nucleus for a unique human
relations department at the uni-
versity which, though now a
widely accepted educational con-
cern in universities all over the
country, was originated at the
University of Miami.
It was, however, through is
long affiliation with the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, that
Orovitz first became inter-
ested in the idea of a non-
(Continued on page 5 B)
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innrT-i^or reservr wopted rr Mount Sinai is tie seiecrir; -ecu,!
v-:..l: -_~ti pmm ii;^ oj foods. For orthodox patients!"
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president ^,u !!nderin3 the check, and George Berlman. part
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PAGE 3B
lount-Sinai Education, Research Program Expanding
at
profession here sit up
Ice notice.
, sinai's educational role
,'mmunitv may be ascribed
-act that Samuel Gertner,
,e director, and the board
believe that any hos-
n jts salt must be more
sick bay.
only does the hospital
eekly clinical-pathologi-
clinical-medical confer-
which the staff dis-
medical and surgical
it and compares dia-
1 the time of admission
inal diagnoses, but the
hospital is planning its
nual seminar for all doc-
lhe community. The
B which promises to be
he most important medi-
etings ever held here,
devoted to cardio-vascu-
.ents and will feature
. the foremost authorities
field. It is scheduled for
24 and 25 at the Sor-
olel.
to speak at the seminar
avid I. Abramson, clinical
professor, department of
., University of Illinois,
nding physician at Hines
s Hospital; Dr. Charles W.
n. assistant visiting sur-
Massachusetts Memorial
s, and instructor in sur-
Boston University; Dr.
r S. Kety, professor of
physiology, graduate
f medicine. University of
vania. chief of physiolo-
rdio- vascular section, Phil-
('.crural hospital, and
t physiologist, University
Dr. John W. Gofman,
It professor of medical
gy, Donner Laboratory,
ity of California, and
instructor of medicine,
ity of California Medical
all times so that staff members
may conduct research, study or
read.
Another source of training is
the medical records room, which
compiles all the charts on patients
hospital. These charts.
in the
Medicine, assistant surgeon at
University Hospital, visiting
neurosurgeon, Cleveland Hospi-
tal; Dr. Otto S. Saphir, Michael
Reese Hospital, Chicago; and Dr.
Samuel Bellet, assistant professor
of cardiology, University of Penn-
sylvania Graduate Medical School.
Making plars for the seminar
are Drs. David A. Nathan, A. R.
Hollander, Louis Lemberg, Paul
N. Unger Morris Blau, Julius
Pearson and Leon H. Manheimer.
Mount Sinai sponsors an in-
service training program for
nurses. At weekly meetings
members of the nursing staff
discuss techniques and proce-
dures, as well as nursing prob-
lems. The hospital also conducts
courses for nurses aides, and
the board of directors is now
considering the establishment of
a one-year course for practical
nurses.
As part of its teaching program,
the hospital has prepared four
manuals for the guidance of the
medical and nursing staffs. These
manuals, which have been termed
"invaluable teaching tools," in-
clude "Manual of Information for
the House Staff," "Precedent
Book of Medical Service," and
"Nuring Procedure Manual." An-
other, entitled "The Formulary
of Mount Sinai," is designed to
familiarize the staff with drugs
in the hospital pharmacy. It not
only instructs, but, through its
efforts to cut duplication of drugs
which have the same purpose,
saves the hospital thousands of
dollars each year.
In addition, the hospital has
established a medical library
which contains "every worthwhile
medical textbook" and subscribes
to over 60 publications in all
languages. The library is open at
:al Advisory Board
Major Role In
ftal Operation
edical advisory board of
Sinai Hospital plays an
|ingly important role in
of the hospital. Com-
|of the 12 heads of the
mediral departments in
Ipital. the medical advisory
Idirects all of the depart-
activities of the medical
ling the board is Dr. Abra-
[ollender, president. Other
i are Di Alfred Levin, vice
fcnt. and Dr. Milton P. Trav-
1 ry-lreasurer.
I of the board's chief func-
lis the teaching program1
hospital, which provides an
f lange of knowledge
the doctors through peri-
confi rences and grand
of the hospital by the
bf moi; ,1 men serving each
hment, Thus the patients
for ( xample, serve as
truction and dis-
for all the doctors in that
imem
I American Medical
J lies to the hospi-
f for interne trnin-
these rounds will
ial benefit to the
who spend six months
I and six months in
d m< dicine.
350 doctors serve on
onai staff, with the fol-
IK medical men acting as
Nent chairman:
Richard M. Fleming, gen-
surgery; Dr. Elias Freidus,
"'cis; Dr. Lewis Glueck-
eral practice; Dr. Solomon
nan urology; Dr. Hollen-
otolaryngology; Dr. Ralph
L?wS?lcs and Bynecology;
aipn Kirsch, ophthalmology;
*vm. radiology; Dr. David
in. internal medicine; Dr.
mn 5yet> Pathology; Dr.
"yl.- havers, fractures and
lI!uma: Dr- Herbert Virgin,
IPedics.
[May the hospital will hold
7 on cardio-vascular dis-
Unent HW' bring nationally
Mnent doctors here to lec-
, il. medil men of this
0n latest developments in the
Mount Sinai Provides
Care for Negro Patients
Mount Sinai Hospital pro-
vides for its colored patients
the same care and facilities
that are available for white
patients. In a 24-bed section
located on the first floor of the
hospital, Negro patients receive
medical and surgical care by
the medical staff. Facilities are
available for maternity cases,
and a separate nursery houses
the new-born infants.
The Negro section is equip-
ped with its own pantry, utility
room, medicine room and
nurses' station.
In addition, Negro patients
have access to the facilities of
the out patient department for
maternity and general medical
care.
on age when most hospitals are still grappling with
emental problems as coordinating services and ironing
Mount Sinai, with remarkable precocity, has embarked
n educational and research program that would do credit
nital many years its senior and many times its size.
SP shor; t=me that this <--------------------------------------------------
has been in existence. School; Dr. Claude S. Beck, pro- \ whl,ch are reviewed by the hos-
ade the members of the fesSQr of NeUrosurgery, Western I ?ital record* committee to see that'
Reserve University School of ey. conform to Mount Sinai
standards, are filed with cross
references so that staff members
may study them with ease.
The attempt to make Mount'
Sinai a genuine teaching institu- !
tion is manifested even in the!
lower echelons. The hospital has
been giving employment to New '
Americans in order to teach them
American work methods and
generally improve their technique
and their knowledge of the lan-
guage.
Proof that the desire to educate ,
is infectious may be found in the
seminars conducted by the Mount'
Sinai Women's Auxiliary.
In the realm of research, too,
the year-old hospital has been
playing a significant part. It
Sinai Dietary
Department
Is Expanded
Changes and expansion in
Mount Sinai Hospital's dietary
department has increased to 60
the number of personnel at work
in the modern kitchens and floor
pantries, under the direction of
the staff of six dietitians headed
by Mrs. Mathilda Brenner.
Among the unusual services
which they provide are selective
menus for patients who are not
on prescribed diets. Each patient
in Mount Sinai Hospital daily re-
ceives a printed menu which car-
ries his own name, indicative of
the personalized service. With
sufficient notice, trays may be
served to the patient's guests at
a charge.
Because of the unusually large
number of cardiac patients in this
area, 60 percent of hospital pa-
tients are on special diets ordered
by their doctors, and these are
under the administration of the
dietitians. Two Kosher kitchens
j function for the use of orthodox
I patients.
In January alone, Mrs. Brenner
and her staff purchased food and
i directed its preparation by Chef
! Oscar Braga and his two cooks
for a number of meals totalling
33,000to patients and employees
at Mount Sinai.
Each of the three patient floors
at the hospital, including one ma-
ternity and two general, has its
own floor pantry and a dietitian,
who handles the dietary problems
of the patients and dor-tors. The
floor dietitian visits all patients
on her floor as frequently as
necessary while they are hospital-
ized to assure their proper dietary
care.
For the benefit of employees, a
meal ticket system is in operation
in the cafeteria to give food at a
lower cost than could be obtained
outside the hospital.
has contributed thousands of
dollars to the University of Mi-
ami medical research depart-
ment and has assisted with the
department's clinical work.
These projects include work on
a diagnostic substance for de-
tecting pathological tissue and
assistance on the Winchell-
publicized cobra venom polio
treatment.
Medical History Of Each Patient Kept
In Mount Sinai Medical Records Room
A complete medical history of
every patient admitted to the
hospital can be found in Mount
Sinai's medical records depart-
ment. This division of the hospital i
also provides records and digests'
from which, at any given moment,
a complete statistical survey of |
hospital activities can be made.
Over 600 inpatients per month
are recorded in the medical
records department. From the I
initial admission sheet to the
final discharge of the patient, a !
progressive medical history of the \
patient is kept on file. A typical
medical history consists of a I
patient's physical history, pro-1
gress notes during hospitalization,
a doctor's sheet, surgical and'
anaesthetic permits, anaesthetic:
study record, operative record,
pathology report, laboratory re-
port, temperature charts. X-ray
reports, EKG (heart test) report, |
and a nurse's day-by-day record
of the patient's progress.
This material is filed in the
hospital's medical records depart-
j ment so that at any time the in-
I formation for a cross-index of
i hospital activities is available to
i doctors and staff analysts. Under
I the direction of a medical records
I librarian, the medical records de-
partment uses the standard no-
menture required by the Ameri-
can College of Surgeons, by which
it has been approved, in making
up a monthly "doctor's index."
| This index indicates the number
' of patients handled each month
\ by Mount Sinai's doctors, and the
i types of diseases and operations
involved. The medical records de-
partment must also keep current
its charts indicating a complete
; check on the patient as he leaves
' the hospital. In addition to its
! multiple recording functions, the
{medical records department pro-
cesses all patient insurance rec-
i ords.
Should a patient hospitalized at
Mount Sinai have a previous
; medical history at another hospi-
tal, the medical records depart-
ment procures this material, and
also makes medical information
| concerning patients in Mount
I Sinai available to other hospitals.
The medical records department
too, has an extensive exchange of
I statistical material with hospitals
1 all over the country.
An unusually efficient system
, for insuring absolute accuracy
for operative and diagnostic his-
tories is utilized in the medical
I records department. Most his-
I tories of operations performed at
Mount Sinai are dictated by the
doctor in sound-proof audiograph
booths. The history is then trans-
1 cribed by the five medical and
surgical secretaries in the de-
partment.
After each chart in medical
records is checked for complete-
ness, it is turned over to a records
committee, which is composed of
men from each department of in-
ternal medicine: internal medi-
cine, surgery, pediatrics, ortho-
pedics, and EENT. These special-
ists check the charts for medical
accuracy, compare the data on
the chart against the diagnosis,
and, when this detailed process-
ing is completed, the material is
finally filed in the medical records
department.
The medical records division is
also responsible for Mount Sinai's
monthly staff meetings. -It keeps
monthly deportment reports and
makes a complete month-by-
month survey of hospital service;
that is, the number of patients
discharged from each department,
the number of operations per-
formed, other pertiment in-
formation. Through its medical
records the hospital knows at all
times where the greatest em-
phasis should be laid in servicing
the community's hospital needs.
Hospital To Open
Physical Medicine
Department Soon
The advent of the month of
March is to bring the first treat-
ment of patients in Mount Sinai
Hospital's new physical medicine
and rehabilitation department,
now being prepared in the build-
ing adjacent to the outdoor swim-
ming pool on Johns island at 4300
Alton Road.
Hydro therapy, or physical
treatment in the waters of the
pool and bv whilrpool bath ma-
chine will play a prime role in
the work of the new department.
Those to be treated will include
persons paralyzed from various
illnesses.
Following approval bv the
board of trustees, the physical
medicine and rehabilitation de-
partment was set up under the
direction of Samuel Gertner. ex-
ecutive director of the hospital,
Dr. Meyer J. Glick and Dr, Sam-
uel B. Kleinman. Dr. Glick and
Dr. Kleinman will personally
screen all patients before refer-
ral to the new department.
Staffing the new department at
the outset will be two trained
physio-therapists, who have been
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An operation is in progress In one of Mount Sinai two major
operating rooms. All operating rooms In the hospitals air-condi-
tioned surgery wing finished in green tile from floor to ceiling
Tlerney & KUlimtsworth
and are equipped with explosive-proof switches and plugs, cutting
down on static electricity and thereby reducing the danger of
anaesthetic explosions.


PAGE 4B
naMuc .aamjARY. n j
Hospital Prexy Maps
Mount Sinai's Future
programs z: medical iei
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plans i
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Mounl ent build-
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Givei .:''
building devoted ex-
f chronic
and convalescent patient.-. There
:' : VC *&Lan? ??" WiUbe
I 8iven its of all typesin-
ents, Patients in the various
' ... :n'f an^ those. Patients whose
jn (V .,.,;.. blems demand home care.
"All the lized depart- The concept of home care.
ments in the Id Mr. which is rapidly becoming an an-
Orovitz, "will, in the future, work swer to the difficult problem of
what is rap:::.- becoming adequate hospitalization for grow-
f the most vital needsa ing communities, is one which
mental hygiene clinic." Mount Sinai also hopes to develop
With psychosomatic medicine in the future, said Mr. Orovitz.
i apidly becoming a major branch The patient's bedroom becomes.
of modern medical research. in effect, a unit of the hospital.
Mount Sinai hopes to establish In familiar surroundings he re-
a mental hygiene clinic which will ceives the same care he would be
work in close conjunction with given in the hospital, adminis-
other departments at the hospital, tered by the same physicians.
Low income groups in the area consultants, specialists. social
will receive thi of an ex- service workers and therapists,
pnnded dental clinic. Existing fa- Where needed, nursing service is
cilUies for such care for white provided, and the hospital sup-
workers in Greater Miami P''es all necessary tests, medi-
are, ;^aid Mr. Orovitz. consider- cation, appliances and treatment
limited. In addition to emer- '"'s- I1 ls a newly conceived tech-
: n< dental care, the clinic will nique for dealing with the hos-
deal v.-ith all I : prostathic P'tal's patient-load overflow, and
lure) <;, may ulti- Mount Sinai plans, in the future.
have its own facilities for t0 make home care an essential
king dentures. Oral surgery, feature of its many-faceted plans
tl edentic and pereodentic prob- ter lno welfare- of Greater Miami.
will also be dealt with in
Mount Sinai's proposed clinic for
service patients.
Self-sufficiency for crippled
and bed-ridden arthritic and neu-
ritic patient- is another of the
hospital's concerns for the future
<>f community health in Miami
Mount Sinai's un
The latest in diagnostic and therapeutic equipment is to be found at Mount Sir.ai. Pictured L
are the general laboratory, where analyses and tests are made, and the film-reading rcom. Md
Sinai's X-ray department contains a lead room for deep therapy, an X-ray machine with sp'
attachments for skull and chest X-rays, a combination radiographic fluoroscopy unit and a ge
urological machine. With its own photographic room and dryer, the hospital is equipped to read]
results of X-rays within a matter_of minutes.
tSSuSm *** PhanMtPrepares ^
The man on the scene who is
for the direction of
Sinai Hospital's pyramid-
ing achievements :n its initial
year and who is at the helm of
planning for the new 300-bed
hospital is Executive Di-
ector Samuel Gertner. who came
to Miami Beach a year and a half
ago from a successful career in
the field of hospital management
in New York City.
Gertner held assistant direc-
torships in New York at Beth
Israel Hospital and at Sydenham
Hospital. Previously, he was a
24 Men, 1 Woman on
Mount Sinai Board
Twenty tour

men and one
of Greater Mi-
for rehabilitationits locale and ani1 eompri board of trus-
swimmine poolmake it ideal for tees which has brought into being
work in the fields of rehabilita- mt S.r.ai :
lion and physical medicine, and a P'tal following acq i m of the
department for this work has re- termer VA hospital building fron
cently bet n e tablished the citj CM .;
t.,wdndetle^pha.sis; ^ wi" ^ h is **y- **rap *
r, nnrfii- 0S!?!ntIal *"*& sur- any other persons connected with
rounding work rehabilitation. Pa- the hospital, who provide the faith !
tients suffering from bone or mus- to go on in spite of all diffii-uj-
n/^!:nJ,UrK'fs 'T faced with the e* that arise. It is thi
necessity of reloarn.ng work hab- forth
through ^Slablish'" *flh l"st V.
through those injuries. Muscula- ated the n
skills must be relearned by es- H ,
tablishing different work tech- y
n.oues-the use of new muscle;
ana new physical approaches to upon
the same work activities Mount Off. ..,, -.,...,.
sinai plans a large rehabilitation Oi itz p
center where, under the direction first vice ; Sam F
of technicians and physiothera- Ifnd, vice pre d< nt Di
puts, the hitherto handicapped Goodman, vici nC William
citizen can return to a useful life D. Singer, vice pre idenl Abra-
in his community. ham Goodman, tn
I he importance of obstetrical Carl Weinkle
'arc too, said Mr. Orovitz, -anno'. Al'
The pharmacy at Mount Sinai Hospital, under th
the pi comprising several doctor:
Pharmacist Mary Wernersbach, within its first yeas liv-
able for the medical statf a complete formulary, or
drugs stocked in the pharmacy. This is termed a
achievement for so short a period of time.
The formularly lists and indexes the drugs on
are in common use and assures the maintenance of a
of the drugs on the shelves to avoid duplication. Plan.-
the formulary annually. Miss Wernerbach said.
The pharmacy in January dispensed over 5.000 pre!
addition to filling prescriptions for the medical staff, tl
performs similar services for the out-patient depart
treats free and service cases, and also for the emp!.
hospital.
One of the newest of miracle drugs in stock is co
is used in the treament of rheumatoid artritis.
and

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are to ra
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yea ul f
'. ne. wl
Outpatient Section Geared To C<
With Social And Vocational Probta
Mount Sinai's outpatient department, which services
gent and part-payinq patients, has, in the past year, dercto
the technique and facilities for dealinq with patient problt
not only on the level oi medical attention but also with I
patient's welfare until he is completely rehabilitated physica
socially and vocationally. i lationship between the ou|
The department, which is con- tient department and social ag
Mount Sinai in the future. have been set up.
Educationally, the hospital plans ; Members of the board and the
?nJ e^rKram,f ,nt"rru' fain-| committees which they are affi
toft wrth a number of young phy- liated are as follows LpWpH
sicians-n-residence at the hos- Abess. collection fiance chair
ES tt S- o'f rSS Z- SSS^S^
Samuel Gertner
member of the staff of New
York's Department of Welfare.
Max Orovitz, president of the
b ard of trustees at Mount Sinai,
terms him an "outstanding per-
son in the field of hospital man-
agement."
Under Gertner's direction,
Mount Sinai evolved from a
building which was only an emp-
'11 into the hospital which
n months attained the ap-
i of the American College
A Surgeons and in 1951 has to-
ed its patient load some 35
per (ent over last year. Free and
service cases have been increased
50 prcent.
The best possible hospital care
to the community at the lowest
le cost is indicated by the
addition of more low-cost beds
and by the organization of a gen-
eral practitioner service at Mount
Sinai. This is one of the first such
in the area and gives
the general pratitioner an oppor-
tunity to work in the hospital.
Gertner is directing the con-
stant expansion of Mount Sinai's
teaching program, to be given
impetus with the inauguration of
an interne set-up when approval
IS granted bv the American Med-
ical Association.
Apparent to any inquirer at
Mount Sinai is the rush by the
present to overtake the future in
giving Miami Beach ever-increas-
ing hospital facilities and serv-
ices.
sidered one of the most unusual
organizations of its kind in the
area, has a system of services de-
signed to minimize the insecuri-
ties and readjustments resulting
from the interruption of the pa-
tient's normal life.
Any patient applying for medi-
cal services at the department is
eligible for the necessary medi-
cal care and hospitalization. if his
need for aid is legitimately estab-
lished. Cases are referred to the
outpatient department by local
service agencies/of all denomina-
tions, for Mount Sinai is com-
pletely non-sectarian. The de-
partment works very closely with
these agencies in its initial con-
tact with the patient, and also
after* he is discharged, to insure
his receiving proper post-hospital
home care and to facilitate his re-
turn to whatever type of work
is best suited to his needs. Very
often the patient who has been
i under medical treatment is un-
I able to resume his previous job
i in which case, Mount Sinai works
very closely with the social serv-
ice agencies in dealing with his
1 vocational problems.
Patients may apply at the de-
partment for appointments at any
time, either in person or by re-
ferral from a social service agen-
cy. Once admitted, patients are
carefully screened to determine
what their needs are, and the eco-
nomic status of the patient deter-
mines what, if anything, he will
pay for his treatments. After his
screening, the patient is referred
to whichever clinic is best equip-
ped to deal with his illnesssur-
gical, orthopedic, gynecological,
or medical, and he receives the
same care from Mount Sinai's 350
doctors and specialists as he would
from a private physician. Al-
though the outpatient department
has been open only since last
July, it has had, during that brief
period, over 5.000 patient visits.
The social welfare aspects of
the department, and their sub-
stantial contribution to
nity welfare, indicate a close re-
cies of Greater Miami Should I
staff conclude that the patie^
problem is of psych 'logical
gin, he is referred t the appi
priate psychiatric agency. Ill
any time the patient's econoi
status is such that he must]
aided financially as well as ml
ically, the department takes si
cial pains to place his proof
in the hands of the proper soj
service agency. The staff ofj
department concern- itself
stantly with the emotional nd
of the patient and works
closely with the doctor to aid I
patient in adjusting his Me|
well as his body.
Despite the fact that the
partment is staffed with in
oughly trained nurses and so
workers, as well as innumera
volunteers who make an r
uable contribution to the
fort and mental health of
ice patient, the rapid PfP^I
bi
growth in this area and the!
creasing concern with
health for the community
created a pressing need tor
pansion.
Considerable work is
done. too. in the department
the displaced persons of tne
who apply for medical aid.
patients are very often
very early stages of American'
tion. and the staff of the <*
must concern i
ment
1
their language problems (a J
sion of the women's volume*
constantly on hand to tran
for them), their medical n
and their employment prowe
These are a few of the cons
ly expanding activities of w* ,
patient department. u.
hopes, in time, to be able w
tend its facilities to empg
cardiac, pediatnc, and ge .
problems of the indigent i
increase social welfare ana
care activities to >nsu,"eZJ
tient complete attentionJM
initial examination at ''" ,#i
to his fwri return to aetite
he community.


irv ffiflRUARY 16, 1951
*Jemisbfk>rkikvi
PAGE 5 B
)rovitz Considers Estalishment Of
lospital 'Most Satisfying" Project
r,.,H(l from page 1 B) der Orovitz' leadership, ran it suc-
fi'ssfully for ttiree years.
In the interim. Orovitz con-
tinued to plan Mount Sinai, and
Jn hPitaI in Groatcr
ni His manifold activities as
tesidenl of the Jewish Fedcra-
v.i;.,.i, brought himconstant-
jnt(, ,,,,- cl with the needs of
e community, made him in-
to work toward its ultimate real-
ization. In 194G, as chairman of
the temporary citizens' commit-
avvare of the direj tee for a much-needed Jewish
,< r '' hospital conceived hospital. Orovitz consulted with;
_',.. that characterize I Medical Director Dr. M. E. Rlue-
nt Sinai Hospital. The non-; stone of Montefiore hospital and
fit hospital was first proposed with Dr. Jacob Golub of Joint
. Orovitz in 1940. but the war
,.|1S inti vened, and he was
rcPd to wail until 1945 before
teps could be taken
Disease Hospital on survey plans
for Mount Sinai. The property \
upon which the hospital now I
stands was the storm center of
wards the realization of his i many conflicting interests.
i After much opposition and an
jn J945, (Irovitz, as chairman of | almost dramatic struggle, Orovitz.
ic citizens committee to formu- j acting for the hospital, arranged
l,. plan for the hospital, j with the city of Miami Beach and
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., ether what was to be- \ the War Assets Administration to basinettes especially designed for the hospital. They are equipped
imc the core of Mount Sinai s ,ease the property for a twenty- with drav
,..,! embarked on an extended
' year period, after which the hos-
, invited to join, and a ,-
,;,l"l group of 17. the original I pital has the option to purchase
,.',;,l. embarked on a extended Mount Sinai outright.
hi x v. fund-raising cam-| Orovitz, who succeeded Baron
dgn. By 1946 they had by 11heir Hjrsch M ,. president of ,
vn efforts, raised $2,200,000.! ,n,0 .,; the budding and construction m-
;uv u. Iv to build Mount I Mount Sinai in May. 1948, evi- I
dences much m
future of Mount
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with drawers for diapers, lotions, sheets and other items for the
infant. No one is permitted within the nurseries except nurses
ard doctors, assuring that the infants are not contaminated in any
way by visitors.
The pressure of contemporary
vi ver, interfered. No
; ite site for a hospital of
[ount Sinai's proposed scope was
ble Meanwhile, the U. S.
,vv had returned the 55-bed
Hospital to the city
mi. The board.of trustees
t Mount Sinai, wishing to avoid
delay in attending
of the community
talization and desirous
acquiring operative experience
il administration against
ich time as the hospital as en-
d could be built, purchased
His many years of experience in UAcnj&Ml OSfffflVPCi
the building and construction in- ; riWpiT! WltmyCU
ore interest in the du8tfy hi,vt' mado 2? T By Medieel UllltS
nt Sinai than his .ceptionallj well-qualified Continued from page 1 A)
24 Men. 1 Woman on
Mount Sinai Board
(Continued from page 4 B)
multiple appeals; Sam Blank,
campaign, executive, personnel
chairman, public relations; Mrs.
Max Dobrin, nursing: Sam Fried-
land, finance, nominating chair-
man, purchasing: Moses Ginsberg,
Rifts and endowments; Abraham
Goodman, executive, finance; Dr.
Morris Goodman, joint advisory
chairman, laboratory chairman,
nursing chairman: Benjamin N.
Kane, collection, gifts and endow-
ments; J. Gerald Lewis, building
and planning, campaign, execu-
tive, personnel, purchasing; Mar-
cie Liberman, collection: Baron
do Hirsch Meyer, campaign, exec-
utive, law. nominating, public re-
lations chairman, multiple ap-
peals; Stanley C. Myers, joint ad-
ivisory. law chairman, personnel;
Max Orovitz, executive chairman;
Dan Ruskin, building and plan-
ning chairman, collection, execu-
tive, multiple appeals chairman.
Others are Herbert E. Scher,
purchasing chairman; Monte Sc-
lig, memorial, religious; Jacob
Sher. campaign chairman, collec-
tion, finance, joint advisory, me-
morial, nominating; William D.
Singer, building and planning,
'campaign, collection chairman,
joint advisory, laboratory, nomi-
jnating, personnel, purchasing;
Harry Sirkir.. collection, nursing,
a fitting symbol of the progress reijgjoua chairman; Joseph Stein,
Ttarnas A KHHnRSWorth
Mount Sinai contains two air-conditioned nurseries containing
tUlUlC 111 .M Li!. uiiMii nian iiw ------------
past contributions to it. He has j dealing with problems arising;
implemented three groups to from the creation of a hospital.
study plans for the hospital's j "Our Mount Sinai Jubilee," your institution has made in the collection, laboratory, memorial,
proposed acute hospital building ; said Orovitz "represents not' short span of its existence. My personnel; Arthur Ungar, finance,
on the adjacent Collins Island: a ; merely an effort to overcome our sinccre congratulations to vou .the S'fls and endowments, joint ad-
Hospital Consultant Committee, deficit, but an opportunity to af- j, trustees vour most caD- 'visory personnel public relations;
under the direction of Dr. Her- lord our entire community the 0l trustees, your most cap Cari Weinkle. building and plan-
____ b-m ,.t r-v,;n. o om.lnKw in ho :> nart nf what we able executive director. Samuel n;ne_ memorial executive: Leon-
Phased Kalian's ^^^ "1'iT^SSblff^^*
aJSJSgg of ttt much-neffed extension.'tribution to community welfare." Pjal .sjo.be =ely=tu- Samuel^ertner, is ex-offtao on
the past year, and on its fully- I ,------------------------------
c^Toitgfo? ShgetohnsAmTn,i"s Physical Medicine Unit
recognition indicates the splendid T;0 ge Opened At Hospital
lount Sinai Ladies Try To Make Your Stay More Pleasant
(Continued from page 1 B)
[.dividual doctors and patients,
hanv of whom have said, in writ-
he and olf-the-record, that
dount Sinai wouldn't be the same(
i-ithout her.
Inside the hospital you'll have
ho difficulty spotting ladies in
bink. They take long hours of
Buty at the information desk,
fclong with paid workers on each
Ihift, with complete efficiency
kml absence of friction. The
world's wonder snack bar, which
unassumingly did $8000 worth
bf business in its first year, is
bpen from nine to nine to dis-
pense cheer and hospitality and
excellent refreshments. The gift
fehop is an ither convenient feat-
l by the auxiliary, with
fresh fl iwers ready for delivery.
plus necessity items like pencils
pnd 1 nd niceties like co-
lognes, gifts, magazines, and
hewspap- rs, that hospital patients
lised to dream about in vain.
liary occupies another
hospital .ilice, in which the pati-
ents' lib) iry is housed. Here the
fuxilii gularly issues books
* hos| employees. Patients
icon service from the
taffed and created li-
wary, !, a different selection
TOught regularly to the bedsides,
either this project nor the other
di partments are an ex-
pense to the hospital, but this one
nsls the auxiliary verv little
ce aim st all of its books.
Ui tushings, equipment, etc., were
"' The Exchange Club of
ich is a special patron
rary and the ladies in
very grateful,
the auxiliary office It-
hub of the volunteer
daily workers in the
'Uipati. nt department of the hos-
1 they assist in clerical
the social service de-
in which every volun-
I rself a graduate social
: in the pediatric section,
thej help keep the chil-
E'^i" and well-fed; in hos-
itofiesand examination
In, :' where they a'd the
inurses, doctors, and technicians;
k"?," ,v,iv 'lor where patients
are housed.
lthna<,'kl,)',no of aI1 the services is
L',..'-"'y-'n-pink who wears a
UIm ..., ,..,,, Thp ^ vojunteer
> PnvilogPd, she is a nurses aide
hw cu spent 12 wceks n fain-
fun'rti can help with everv
Cn ,^C.Xcept giving of medica-
Bunnl'i lreatment. Her corps is
supplemented by hospital and
wheel-and-tray aides. They push
wheel-chairs, carry trays, help
with records (a special nursing
clerk corps works directly with
head nurses on this item) and
specialize in adding that extra
touch of loving thoughtfulness to
the hospital's thorough and ex-
cellent routine care.
The lady-in-pink has usually
been a blood donor too. The
auxiliary participates in donat-
ing blood and staffing the blood
bank, as well as in a continuous
campaign to secure new groups
to keep the flow of life-giving
human-supplied medication on
hand. An even more fitting trib-
ute than tipping your hat would
be to persuade an organization
to which you belong to set a
regular blood-donor's day once a
month. The hospital's blood-bank
can make the appointment.
Other auxiliary departments
auxiliary funds for the hospital,
another which has worked quiet- Job which has been done at Mount
ly right along to make nurses' Sinai within its first year of ex-
"recreation and welfare" a reali-''stence. mmmMtmjt v,0
ty as well as a slogan, and an-. "The recognition granted the
olher which presents educational I hospital by the American College
programs, to teach women in the of Surgeons certainly is a won-
communlty in understandable derfu showing for a young n-
terms about the facts of health stitution m such a short period
SSbtems in the area and builds ; of- time. The remarkable record
good will for the hospital, among ; of Mount Sinai to date augurs
the speakers appearing and in the j we for its future Mayor Keith
audiences. Phillips of Coral Gables said.
This broad program has been
implemented in the short period
of the hospital's existence by the
Women's Auxiliary. If you are of
the wrong sex to take off your
hat and bow deeply, the best idea
is to see about gtting into a pink
uniform yourself. In this day of
national emergency it is a
patriotic duty to fill in at hospi-
tals. Membership in the Women's
Auxiliary can be the equivalent
of an enlistment in the service of
Uinel auxiliary iii-fcii "Mi-"", "** '--------------- -
under a smoothly operating ex-, the country and every woman
ccutive staff, include one which i citizen should welcome the
is seeking best ways of using chance.
(Continued from page 3 B)
certified by the Congress of Phy-
sical Medicine.
One-fourth to one-fifth of all
general hospital patients will un-
dergo therapy in the new de-
partment, Gertner estimates, and
the work as now being organized
will continue as an integral part
of the proposed new 300-bed hos-
pital on Collins island.
Gala Jubilee on February 22
Mark Mount Sinai's First Birthday
(Continued from page 1 B)
receiving loom, stock room, en-
gineering department and emer-
gency room.
The mezzanine or first floor
contains administrative offices,
including those of the hospital
director, director of nursing,
women's auxiliary, public rela-
tions head, comptroller, purchas-
ing director, social service di-
rector. In addition, there is the
medical records room, where
doctors may record case histories
in private autograph booths.
Also on the mezzanine are the
newly completed medical library
and the memorial room, which
will contain charter life member-
ship plaques honoring hospital
donors. The board of trustees
room has walnut-lined walls and
features an enormous picture
window overlooking the bay.
The remainder of the floor is
occupied by the dietary depart-
ment, which includes a large
room, orthopedic room, minor
surgery room, bronchoscopy room
and recovery room, where the
patient is taken until the anaes-
thesia wears off. Here the post-
operative patient is kept under
constant surveillence while com-
ing out of the anaesthesia.
The radiology department is
composed of the most modern
X-ray. fluoroscopic and deep
therapy equipment.
One wing of the third floor is
devoted to pediatrics. In this
wing, painted with amusing
murals, two and three children
share each room so that they may
benefit from each other's com-
pany.
The other three wings are
composed of private and semi-
private rooms. The fourth and
sixth floors also include private
and semi-private rooms, except
for a small ward area on the
sixth.
The fifth floor is the obstetrical
mem. wi 111:11 imiuu^o r.- -- ........--- -- -----
gleaming tile kitchen, two kosher and nursery floor. Visitors are
kitchens and a dining area, plus barred from the delivery areas
a waiting lounge, which features and the nurseries, and even doc-
, gift shop and snack bar, both! tors see babies for checkups only
: j u.. *u MM*vtAt'a Qiivi- in a snorhil nurserv treatment
Ti,Miu> A KUilngworth
Mount Sinai's expanding educational program includes weekly
prominent men in the field.
operated by the women's auxi-
liary.
Among the modern equipment
used throughout the hospital are
the electric carts which are kept
plugged in while they are being
filled with hot food in the kit-
chen. These are then wheeled to
the pantries on each floor, where
the steaming food is arranged in
eye-appealing trays for the pa-
tients, and immediately served.
On the second floor are central
service, which prepares all treat-
ment trays for the hospital, the
surgical wing and the radiology
wing. Included in the operating
wing are two major surgery
rooms, an ear, nose and throat
room, an eye room, urological
in a special nursery treatment
room. Nurses in charge of the
nursery are the only persons al-
lowed in the room where the
basinettes are kept, but babies
may be seen through a large glass
window.
No patients under general care
are. allowed on the fifth floor and
no ill baby is kept there. A sick
child is placed in the isolation
nursery and from there sent to
pediatrics or, pronounced well, is
sent back to the regular nursery.
This is a quick tour through
the hospital. It can in no way
match the thrill of an actual Visit,
for Mount Sinai is a stirring ad-
venture, a credit to the Jewish
community.


PAGE 6 B
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18,
Haven School Dedication Set For Feb. 18
Official dedication -..' -.he Haver.
i '. i ": ntally Rei
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;. the Sunday
F< bruary 18 There will be open
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and
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but saw l it thai '-'-: .ere de-
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led, and a
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the Community Chest campaign
and total now stands at $865,609.
it was announced this week by
director. This is nearly
I $9,000 over the $857,000 campaign
jfc'ttj rsin the Metro-
r. brought in most
' -. nal gifts as they
mp] ir assignments. T.ne
d a has produced $121.-
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J reg:on._ said
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I their quota.
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we reach our
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PAGE7B
u I | I I I I I I I .......^"TTTT
Capitol Spotlight
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
a-,^1. HB iuu.nTTwrr
What happens when a Jewish
0!U.inization helps sponsor a non-
gectarian conference and one of
the speakers gets up and makes
an .mti-Semetic rfttack on another
Jewish organization?
The women's auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans joined with
the American Legion Auxiliary,
V.F.W. Auxiliary, Daughters of
tlie American Revolution, and
about 35 other groups in sponsor-
ing the "Women's Patriotic Con-
ference on National Defense."
h P. Kamp, one of a num-
ber of fascist-minded speakers,
called the B'nai B'rith Anti-De-
famation League "more danger-
ous than Communism." Kemp,
wh i has long been involved with
high level anti-Semitism, was
applauded.
The Washington Times-Herald
Society page reported "Each had
a notebook in which she jotted
down the salient points of the
speeches and discussions in order
irry them back to the women
of h( r organization in every city
and hamlet of the country."
An excited J.W.V. woman, her
1 flushed, scurried from the
conference room to a phone booth
: report to the A.D.L. She was
app: priately indignant. That ac-
, a pushed, she returned to the
ice and joined with her
i: legation in sponsoring a reso-
1..- n against communism. The
; tion condemned communism
i .il> but also indicated that
i W.V. apparently agrees with
-Semite Merwin K. Hart on
of the word "democracy."
Fi i original draft of the
J.W.V. resolution, the word "de-
i acy" was scratched out
v. lerever it appeared and even
: Ijective "democratic" com-
eliminated in the final
-
e Republicans and other
- have long maintain-
ed at the U.S. is not a democ-
racy but a republic and therefore
thi ratie" stuff is all a
] bunk. Merwin K. Hart told
: il use investigating Committee
t; ... '.:.< use of the word "democ-
racy" was mainly a Communist
idea and that Sen. Herbert H.
Lehman followed the Communist
line by his employment of such
versive" terminology. Hart
nted out that while Lehman
failed to say "democracy" once
in the first inaugural address as
rnor of New York, he be-
SO closely linked to Mos-
by his fourth inauguration
aid democracy" 36 times.
H the J.W.V., and the "Patri-
i' inference" were apparently
ement. Thus, the wives and
W lows of heroes who fought and
i- "democracy" shunned
luestionable word.
Insulted by Kamp's speech, the
J 11 women confronted Mrs.
v n A. Becker, chairman of
inference. When the tongues
9 sagging, our women emerg-
th an assurance from Mrs.
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Becker that she might remove a
portion of Kamp's investice from
the historical record but that she
would neither repudiate the
speaker nor apologize in any way
for his appearance.
A conference official told this
reporter that she knew that Kamp
had been cited for contempt of
Congress. Did she consider him
preferable to Communists cited
for similar contempt? "Why, Mr.
Kamp has been against the Com-
munists for years and we can't
see any objection to him." Since
the Nazis have been against Com-
munism for years would the con-
ference invite a Nazi speaker?
"Well, young man, the German
people are going to coooperate
with us and Hitler certainly did
tell the truth about the Commu-
nists ..."
A Jewish spokesman said the
J.W.V. would continue participa-
tion in the "Patriotic Conference."
In fact, she proudly announced
that the next president of the
auxiliary would be the second
vice-chairman of the next "Pat-
riotic Conference." It would then
be possible, she said, to exert in-
spoken anti-Semites off the pro- address and was vigorously ap-
gram. Everything else was fine,' plauded.
the J.W.V. said, it was only the
Kamp speech which bothered the
Jewish women.
Mrs. Lawrence H. Smith, who
served as co-chairman of the pro-
gram committee, in the wife of the
Wisconsin Republican Congress-
man who has befriended the Arab
propaganda front in Washington
He inserted anti-Zionist stuff in
the Congressional Record. Rep.
Smith allowed his frank to be
used by an extreme right-wing
organization listed in the ADL's
report on anti-Semitism. Mrs.
Smith, for some reason, could see
nothing wrong with Kamp's
speech.
In addition to Kamp and Mc-
Carthy, there were many speak-
ers known to the A.D.L.
A representative of the Amer-
ican Legion auxiliary expressed
amazement when Rabbi Benja-
min Schultz, national director of
the American Jewish League
Against Communism, took the
platform to smear Secretary of
Defense George C. Marshall. "I
can't understand," the Legion
lady said, "why the Jewish peo-
ple would send a rabbi here to
criticize a fine gentleman like
Gen. Marshall after he helped
Anna Rosenberg" (when she was
falsely accused of being a Com-
munist). Rabbi Schultz has in
The true spirit of Brotherhood
Week is based on understanding.
It must be deep in the heart and
in the mind, functioning not just
today or in Brotherhood Week
but through all the days and
weeksfunctioning for America
in the American pattern of toler-
ance and understanding.Carl M.
Saunders, editor, Jackson (Mich.)
Citizen Patriot.
Other achievements of the con- ":. past accused the B'nai B'rith
ference included a condemnation'"'1'61 Foundation of employing
of the United Nations Convention Communist rabbis.
on Genocide and Human Rights
as "subversive"; an attack on
government emplovees "who can't
hardly speak the English lan-
guage," and the statement that
the "real Americans" were those
"whose heroic grandmothers took
the prairie schooners to Oregon."
There was talk against the Unit-
ed Nations and, despite the fact
that U.N. forces are fighting Com-
munism in Korea, the U.N. was
condemned as subversive. Favor-
able references were made to Re-
publican Senator Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy, who aided the Nazi war
fluence to keep the more out- criminals. He gave the principal
The national executive body of
B'nai B'rith happened to be meet-
ing at the Statler. the same hotel
where Kamp, McCarthy, and the
patriotic ladies held sway. A
number of B'nai B'rith leaders
were in the building when Kamp
attacked the A.D.L
The B'nai B'rith executives con-
tinued their meeting, receiving
frequent reports on the progress
of the patriotic proceedings on
the same floor. Bell hops were
kept busy bringing ice water for
the patriotic speakers and bicar-
bonate of soda for the B'nai B'rith
leaders.
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Washington Industrialist
NEW YORKThe appointment
of Joseph Cherner, prominent in-
dustrialist of Washington, D. C,
, ,'. in Miami, as co-chairman of
the national committee of the
Zionist Organization of America
: ,; the sale of Israel government
i mi unced here by
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dent, who has assumed the post
lirman at the ZOA commit-
Will Aid Bond Drive
tee. The ZOA drive is part of the
Israel bond issue for $500,000,000
which will be floated in this coun-
try in May.
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tional campaign cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal andjiation-
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has long been active in Zionist
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Washington and on the national
scene.
The over all bond drive in
which the ZOA will be the main
participant will be conducted by
the American Financial and De-
velopment Corporation for Israel
which has recently been organ-
ic d by Henry Morgenthau Jr. as
chairman of its board of gov-
ernors.
Browdy. who headed the ZOA
delegation to the conference of
American Jewish leaders held in
Jerusalem last September under
the auspices of the Jewish Agency
and the Israel government,
pledged that the ZOA would seek
to sell $100,000,000 of the Israel
bond issue within the next thri
years. This pledge was made by
Browdy personally to Pn
David Ben Gurion and v
hailed in Israel and in this coun-
try as another manifestation of"
the role which American Zionists
are determined to play in safe-
guarding the economic future of
the Jewish State.
"The ZOA, which has been in
the forefront of every major ef-
fort designed to strengthen the
political and economic security of
i. is determined to i a ry out
this great and historic tat k which
i n entl usted to it."
Before
Time Runs Out!
What the United Jewish Appeal Must Do in 1951
A Statement By
Edward M. M. Warburg, General Chairman, United Jewish Abbeal
For the PEOPLE of Americafor people
everywherethe year 1951 is not just another
year. It is a time for getting jobs done that are
vital to advancing the free way of life. The
emergency that confronts us, confronts free
men everywhere.
Todaya* the world situation calls for a speed-up
in the timetable of rescue, as hundreds of thousands
plead for freedom and a brighter future for their
children the United Jewish Appeal urges your sup-
port for its campaign now. to meet human needs
totaling $203,684,000.
What must be done
Before time runs out before opportunities for
rescue vanish the United Jewish Appeal must:
Save 200,000 Jews from danger zones in Eastern
Europe and Arab lands^by bringing them to Israel.
Help Israel transform herself from a beachhead
to a stronghold of democracy, by:
building 120 new agricultural settlements,
expanding 235 already established settlements,
constructing housing for 40,000 in rural areas,
providing for 50,000 newcomers in reception
centers,
caring for 15,000 children and more than. 5,000
aged and handicapped new arrivals.
Supply 400,000 distressed Jews in Europe and
Arab countries (90,000 of them children) with food,
medical help and rehabilitation aid.
Resettle in this country and in other western
democracies a total of 25,000 displaced Jews from
Europe before emigration doors are closed.
Mail Your Check Today to
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
To delay a single part of this program is to increase
the danger to human lives.
At this moment, more than 70,000 Jews are wait-
ing to litave Iraq. They have had to give up their
homes and their citizenship. Thousands of them
sleep in city streets as they wait for rescue planes
to fly them to a land where they are wanted and
welcomeIsrael.
In another Near East land, other thousands who
fled persecution wait for help in a Jewish cemetery,
where they have received temporary haven. At
night they rest their heads on the tombstones of
their fathers and pray for the planes that must be
sent.
In Eastern Europe, 90,000 wait-50,000 in
Rumania alone.
Tens of thousnnas more wait in Tunisia, Tripoli-
tania and elsewhere.
They wait in the knowledge that the exit doors
may slam shut at any time.
UJA alone can bring them to freedom
The people of Israel are determined to share their
freedom with all who plead to come. They have
opened their gates and are keeping them open at
enormous sacrifice, by lowering their standard of
living to the minimum. They offer hope and haven
to hundreds of thousandsbut the rest depends
on us.
Only wethrough the United Jewish Appeal
can help the homeless reach new homes.
Only our aid and our generosityex-
pressed through the United Jewish Appeal-
can start them on the pathway to a new life.
Only our helpgiven through the United
Jewish Appealcan sustain those who wait for
deliverance.
Past achievements point the way
Today, we stand at the half-way point in a tre-
mendous human enterprise. Since the end of World
War II, the United Jewish Appeal has fed and cared
for more than 1,000,000 distressed human beings. It
has brought more than 500,000 immigrants to free-
dom in Israel, and helped another 100,000 reach the
United State*. It has helped to build a new life in a
new country, reclaiming land, founding settlements,
building homes.
All who have made possible the work of the United
Jewish Appeal can be proud of its great achieve-
ments. They have contributed greatly to freedom
and democracy.
But 1951 is not the year to be content with past
accomplishments, however notable.
For every human being we have brought to free-
dom, another waits in bondage. For every one we
have freed from want, another still goes hungry.
For every one we have helped to strike new roots,
another is still homeless.
This is the challenge we face in 1951. We
can meet ittoday, nowthrough the United
Jewish Appeal. Todaynowyou are urged
to help the United Jewish Appeal meet crucial
needs which total $203,684,000. To save lives
to strengthen the free people of Israelto aid
democracy everywheregive more than you
have ever given before.
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thodox). 935 Euclid Ave- Miami
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of the Booh of 50 N.W. 5Itt Place.
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nol Mrs Abra- 7:30 a.m. Saturday at 9 am. and Sun-
nor of her son day at 8 a.m. Mincha at_SjSpMP-M.
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Irwish ? at assembly
Northside Jewish Center.
community. Refreshments will be
served and Hebrew dances and songs
will be taught by Hobble Lauer.
Mincha at 5:30 p.m. and Shalos S>
following. Sunday morning service at fc.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
followed by Maariv at 6p m. dallr. Murrey Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
North Dafle Jewish Centex T___u.*_
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Friday evening services at 6^\j p.m.
Friday evening forum at i Sabbath
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H.th El Sidney H. I'aimer, president
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Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services at 1"
Temple Beth El (Conservative), of Beth Ki. and members of She boar!
630 Fern St., West Palm Beach.' w> participate ia the nrvtce. Rabbi
nuiuuiur jcwuii ^ y ... ,, .._;_ Murray Grauer will preach on. If 1
nnunlac r.arrfcne NF 2nd Ave nabbj Manuel Greensiein. Were \ Layman." Saturday at
?VJfjp. r>iday svenlng services 8 p.m.: a Rabbi wUl preach on the Port
and 53rd St. Saturday m .rning 9 a.m. Hebrew ,,f ,,,,. VVeek Cantoi Jacob F. Tamb
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Miami Beech.
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Si-fli' 8aturd*y morning at 3 a.m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
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Rabbi Lehrmsn will preach on "Ar-
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1951
Jews In Sports
Ey HASKELL COHEN
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New York City is agog over the
i relations of basketball
dumping by two former Manhat-
jgn College captains, Hank Poppe
add Jack Byrnes. Rumors of
dumps and fixes have circulated
throughout the Madison Square
,: n area for several years.
One cannot move through the
n lobby, without hearing
comment to the effect that the
i is a dump-gaitie and
:.- thrown out accordingly
to v. iuld-be speculators on the
outcome bf the contest.
(i: if the New York dailies did
a column, in which it was brought
mil that dumping or throwing of
is not exactly a new de-
velopment in basketbajl. Accord-
ing '-< the column, the St. John
"W ler Five" of years ago, was
approached when Mac Posnack
ntacted over the telephone
Iced t" throw away a certain
for $5,000.
This, mind you. was the news-
paper columnist's version. Sever-
ill days after the story appeared,
we i'"'! a late supper snack with
Mac Kinsbruner, present director
, A i.vities at the Concord Hotel
in Kiamesha Lake, New York,
who was the star of that sensa-
tional St. John's quintet. Mac
laughed over the story and gave
us the real lowdown.
It appears that Rip Gerson, a
member of the team, was a cronic
jokester. Disguising his voice, he
called Posnack up on the phone
an I approached him, concerning
the throwing of the fotrhcoming
game. However, the amount Ger-
son offered his teammate Posnack
was not $3,000 but $300. Posnack
hung up on the caller, and later
that day, reported the incident to
his four teammates. He told them.
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in amazement:
"Imagine that bum offering me
$300 to arrange for us to throw
the game tomorrow night!" Of
course, the rest of the club was
in on the gag and broke out in
smiles. Posnack remarked, "I
don't see what's so funny when
I am asked to throw a game for
a measly $300." Gerson finally
broke down and said. "You dope.
I was the one who made the call
to you."
Boxing promoter, Sam Silver-
man of .Boston, found himself in
a boxing match that he had not
arranged the other night, after
the Joe-Rindone-Paul Pender
scrap, in the Boston Garden.
Johnny Buckley, manager of Paul
Pender, incensed over his fight-
er's defeat by Joe Rindone at the
Garden, tossed a couple of
punches at copromoter Silverman
after the bout.
When the unanimous decision
was announced in Rindone's favor
Buckley hurried over to the east
side of the ring where Silverman
was sitting near Joe Santarpio,
one of the judges. Buckley then
took two wild swings at Silver-
man and Sam punched back,
knocking Buckley's glasess and
hat askew.
The jam was quickly broken
up. Silverman, who promoted the
fight with Rip Valenti, left the
Garden escorted by two police-
men. Buckley, in Pender's dress-
ing room announced he would
seek a return match "but Valenti
will promote it, not Silverman."
Isn't it remarkable that with so
many football and basketball stars
being developed over a period of
the past 20 years, few of them
ever get to coach a team? Off-
hand, we can think of but two
Jewish college basketball coach-
1 es, and they are Nat Holman at
City College and Morris "Tubby"
Raskin at Brooklyn College. Sid
Gillman, at the University of Cin-
cinnati, is the only football coach
that we can think of who has
gained prominence of any sort.
Everybody in the basketball
firmament, agrees that Nat Hol-
man is probably the greatest bas-
ketball coach of all time. Over a
period of 30 years, his teams have
exhibited their wares from New
York City to San Francisco and
have pleased the fans in these
cities with their style.
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In football, the late famed
Knute Rockne of Notre Dame
used to travel countrywide and
gained similar acclaim for his
style on the gridiron. The big dif-
ference, however, was that Rock-
ne's pupils, former players, were
and for that matter, still are in
great demand as college coaches.
On the other hand, there is no
cry for pupils of the famous Nat
Holman, probably due to the fact
that most of his stars were of
Jewish extraction.
Raskin, Couch of Brooklyn Col-
lege, is one of Holman's first City
College players. Working in the
big city, he has broken through
the prejudices of the day primar-
ily because he is functioning for a
municipal-controlled institution.
Holman's present assistant, for
example, Boddy Sand, is well
, qualified for a coaching berth
any place in the land. His scout-
! ing reports have been acclaimed
! by the nation's leading hoop men-
| tors. It is his most fervent desire
j to become a head coach at even
I a small institution, but thus far,
I none of these colleges has broken
| its doors down.
Bernie Sarachek^ coach of the
, Scranton Miners in the American
' Basketball League, also doubles
as mentor for Yeshiva University.
His Scranton team rates with the
better pro clubs in the nation, but
Yeshiva, being a Rabbinical col-
lege primarily, has little playing
time to offer its boys. Consequent-
i ly, with staggered practices and
I lack of time, Yeshiva isn't a
match for most of the teams on
! its schedules. This does not alter
the fact that Sarachek could prob-
ably make a very successful coach
for some college. He knows, how-
ever, that there is little likelihood
that this will ever come to pass.
*
At this particular time, Ohio
State is having a difficult job re-
placing Wes Fesler as football
coach. Many names have been
bruited about and suggested for
the berth, including that of Sid
Gillman, a former Ohio State
player and ex-assistant coach at
West Point. On the basis of his
experience and records at West
Point and the University of Cin-
cinnati, Gilman is eminently qual-
ified for the past.
He is to be interviewed on Feb-
ruary lftth, concerning the past,
but apparently knows in advance
that he will not be successful in
landing the berth. As a matter of
fact, he says he is going up to
Columbus, Ohio, to hear "what
Athletic Director Larking has to
say." Under Gillman, Cincinnati
has come along rapidly as a foot-
ball power and this past season
was competent enough a post-
season bid for a bowl game.

Max Zaslofsky, of the New
York Knickerbockers, still lives
in the same building he was born
in, in the Brownsville section of
Brooklyn. He has never moved
from this residence except to play
for four years in Chicago.

Coach Red Auerbach, of the
Boston Celtics, has become the
No. 1 foot-stamper in pro bas-
ketball. Red's feet seem to be
made of iron. He follows other
Boston coaches who had their
idiosynchrasies on the Celtics'
bench. Honey Russell, for exam-
ple, excelled in waving a pio-
gram, while Doggie Julian, Rel's
immediate predecessor at Boston,
was outstanding as a hair-tearer.
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From the Psychologist's Desk
The Problems Of The Adolescent
Dr Seymour M. Blumanthal, ac-
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posite sex, as well as indicating
an interest in ideas and beliefs
about the world.
Adolescents are particularly
sensitive to situations which they
feel, insult their dignity or make
them seem ridiculous. They are
id of any social situation in
h they appear to a disad-
vantage. They do not like to be
criticized or laughed at because
of their awkwardness, their fre-
quent unpredictable change m
listurbances i I
attachment or detachment t
ther fa.
ed as adults, and
de=p- to separate I
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goals. They don't want to be
shielded and protected from dan-
gers as if they were a child, and
then, incons.stently be required,
. 'a Thpv a-e very insecure.
The"" J2? to'earn- and must
j, they are, eventually, to
assume their proper place in
ty. ,
As v j c in see from this rather
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951
Jewish Organizations Denounce Slurs
Upon Officials By Rabbi Schultz
A number of major national and .Congress Anti-Defamatjon Lea.
*,i Jewish organizations in a gue of B'na. B nth, Jewish Labor
in statement today denounced Committee. Jewish War Vet.rans
J f^s" slurs made upon of the U. S. Union of American
George C Hebrew Congregat ions, a n d
Defense Secretary
Marshall and Fleet Admiral Ches-
ter W. Nimitz by Rabb, Benjamin
Schultz. national director of the
American Jewish League Against
Communism.
Such irresponsible attacks,
the statement said, "impair the
fight against Communism
twenty-eight local Jewish coun-
cils throughout the country. The
statement was released by the
National Community Relations
Advisory Council, their coordi-
nating and joint policy-formulat-
ing body which was also a signa-
tory.
The statement called Secretary
Marshall and Admiral Nirnitj
chief architects in the wurld-
In a speech in Washington on
Janua**v 27. Rabbi Schultz had L*niei enemtcvto w me wur
charged that Secretary Marshall wjae fight against totalitarianism"
is a "fall guv" in a plot to. shield ; and labeled the slurs cast upon
pro-Red activities: and that Ad-Uhem by Rabbi Schultz s .:-
miral Nimitz. recently named I responsible" and "reprcher.
r.an of the President's Com- Rabbi Schultz. the statement de-
n on Internal Security and clared, "in no way represent ivy
Individual Rights, had a "bad" I section of the American Jewish
& on tolerance of pro-Corn- community."
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H nan of H:aleah and'
r.. Lawrence- N., USN, have
the first fath< r-and-son
to enroll :r. B'na: B'rith as '
r members, :: has been an-
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director. Charles R. Jacobson.
The- R- semans joined the Fla-
mingo Lodge 1869 of Hialeah-'
- last week as char-
ter mi Lawrence, who is an
electrical technician :n the U. S.
Navy, assigned to the commun-
ication center at San Juan. Puerto
Rico, was enrolled in absentia.
President Ben Bloom of Fla-
mingo Lodge appointed a commit-
tee, headed by Thedore Robinson,
to notify Lawrence I educ-
tion, and to supply him witl
of the Hialeah lodge activities
during his term of service in the
Navy.
Dr. Nathan Friedman, member-
ship chairman of the lodge has
announced a goal of 50 charter
members by February 21. date
of the group"s next meeting.
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BROTHERHOOD 1951
Prejudice, hatred and intoler- minority sentiment, a grating dis-
liewiisltUEIIioipidliiaun
Icnce are completely alien to the
real American character. They
have cropped out at numerous
times and doubtless will be ap-
pearing hereafter. But they are a
cordaxit note in the prevailing
harmony of the American theme.
Roy A. Roberts, president, the
Kansas City Star.
=^75r1dA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1951=
SEC. C
SPONSORED BY
THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE
OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS
FEBRUARY 18th TO 25th
Progress Toward Brotherhood
By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
dent, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers
Christians and Jews from Feb-
famous declamation
verse of but one great
I beloved ones, divine
ll\
ruary 18 to 25symbolizes the
. good we crave for in prayers, in
n bv nature endeared to dreams in our fondest hopes. It
"h other"still sounds like a -has begun to work. By continuing
to stand together, Jews and
Christians, we can make it func-
tion effectively unto the end of
days, so that the universe may,
indeed, become in our own day
"one great city."
"Man To Man"
By ERIC JOHNSTON
We talk about building bridges
of brotherhood around the world
in answer to the communist pre-
tensions, and (hat's a splendid
vision. But brotherhood begins on
a man to man basis at home and
not a mass to mass basis across
the oceans. Without that footing,
it is idle talk and an empty vision.
We can't afford to blind our-
selves to the disturbing and un-
dermining racial and religious
antagonisms in America. They
will defeat our good intentions
for a world brotherhood until we
cast them out and live as brothers
in our states, communities and
neighborhoodsnot for a single
week in any year, but day by day
and year by year.
1 the Hods, like lip service
[hvh belies common practicle.
y. it is a fact that we have
I ress; that we continue
{ ., progress; that prejudices
n races and .faiths are
I ly being broken down;
umanitarian ideals are mak-
roads in areas which pre-
were impregnable for
I of freedom and justice.
The United States, the bastion
|f democracy, is the best example
incement. We are not com-
L], tely 'endeared to each other
re." It would be too much
all of that in an era during
lich one neneration witnessed
wars; in the course of
Mrs. Glasser Named
ToNat'lUJAPost
Mrs. Louis Glasser has been ap-
pointed to the executive commit-
tee of the national women's di-
vision of the United Jewish Ap-
peal to serve in the 1951 cam-
paign, it was announced this week
by Edward M. M. Warburg, gen-
eral chairman of the UJA and
Mrs. S. Alexander Brailove, chair-
between Western and i man of the nati0nal women's di-
. igies. But we already
: iction. Our schools are
II, and in areas
I closed to some
i and religion they
i'. gradually opening up more
; strictions are being re-
Prejudici dining.
Human conduct being unpre-
' ible, there is no definite as-
i that bigotry will not raise
! again, that new barriers
I'd between va-
nts in our population.
) I
luring which we have been
} Brotherhood Week,
e promise that the gains
ide can be perpetuated
inded.
rhood Weeksponsored
tional Conference of
vision.
A leader in local and national
philanthropic affairs, Mrs. Glasser
will join with other women in all
parts of the country in organizing
activities designed to raise a
maximum percentage of the $203,-
684,577 required this year by the
United Jewish Appeal to finance
basic work of rescue, relief and
rehabilitation. The National Wo-
men's Division of the United
Jewish Appeal has raised more
, than $70,000,000 in the past five
experiences of two dec- years to support immigration and
settlement programs in Israel, re-
lief and welfare services to dis-
tressed persons overseas and aid
to newcomers in the United
States.
In announcing Mrs. Glasser s
acceptance of the post, Warburg-
and Mrs. Brailove stressed her
"devotion to the cause of the help-
less and the hornless" as demons-
trated in previous organizing and
fund-raising activities for the
UJA. They said that
Orovitz Gets Post
In National Drive
Max Orovitz, civic and com-
munal leader, has been named
national vice chairman of the
combined campaign for the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions and Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion, the
parent bodies of Liberal Judaism,
it was announced by Dr. Samuel
S. Hollender. of Chicago, general
chairman. The campaign has a
national goal of $1,875,000.
The Union of American Hebrew
Congregations is the central body
serving 425 Liberal Jewish con- j
gregations in the United States
and Canada. The College-Insti-
tute, with schools in Cincinnati
and New York, is the oldest and
largest Jewish rabbinical college
in America.
Orovitz is a member of the na-
tional executive board of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
Yew York Textbooks
Termed Objectionable
>RK CITY .AJP)Such
"heebs." "dago" and
are still found in many
used by New York
lie school children and
1 the "1951 List of Ap-
\i Books" issued by the
Education here, the
- Union charged last
f\
' xt, Abraham Lederman,
f the union declared,
ire Chest of Literature,"
a justification of the
I Klu Klux Klan. He said
I was restored to the "Ap-
list for 1951 after having
pcen dropped in 1950.
litter to Superintendent
J n U di inian urged immedi-
: -n remedying the sit-
I
Beach Lodge Plans
Membership Fete
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, will sponsor a membership j
social "For Men Only" on Mon-
day, February 19. at 8:15 p.m. at I
the Hibiscus Lodge Temple, 10th
St. and Alton Road, it is an-
nounced by Godfrey K. Newman,
lodge president.
An evening of entertainment is
being planned by the lodge social
committee, headed By Jules P.
Channing and Jack Gold. Assist-
ing with arrangements will be.
Sol Goldstrom. Sam W. Shapiro
"Mrs. i and George J. Talianoff.
Glasser's background of creative; The affair is open to ia" -
leadership will be valuable not dents of Miami Beach interested
only in her own community but in joining in the ranks of B nai |
to American Jewish communities 1
throughout the country. We are
proud to have her with us, taking
an active part in the work of
strengthening the democracy of
Israel and saving lives in many
parts of the world."
In addition to her work with
the national women's division,
Mrs. Glasser is chairman of the
women's gift unit of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and is presi-
dent of the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organization of Dade
County. She has also served the
Community Chest as metropolitan
chairman.
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I rmAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1951
* Jewish IhrkUan
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JWB Sets Up Draf
Plan For ChapSa'ns
NEW YORK, JTA
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3. married with children: and 4.
ins, Thus far, men
nd two have been
their res] rab-
binical bodies and selected by Lot,
The rabbinical groups haw -
tablished appt is which
exactly as similar
i stablished
i:ic;.l program pr
that a drafted rabl | get his
i>ld posl .;; n
i '-\-n if his agreement
s ex-
pircd meanwhi lition. the
Jewish Welfare B
has urged all conj
rabbis have been draft I,
up the difference between the
chapla my pay, usually
' lieutenant, and his
civilian pay.
The sanctions whuh the rab-
binical croups will impose on a
rabbi who refuses to serve after
being drafted are: 1. \
rabbis refusing to chap-
lains will find it difficult
possible to get new positions be-
cause of the moral stigma at-
tached to their attitudes: 2. Con-
gregations are informed if a rabbi
refuses to serve. Because the sons
of congrcgat: n are
drafted by the Federal Govern-
ment, ill feeling is likely to de-
velop against a rabbi who refuses
to go. 3. In extreme cases, a
rabbi is subject to expulsion from
the rabbinical organizations to
which he belongs.
Citations for "consecrated serv-
'
Loyally Club Plans
Card, Games Party
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O.E.S., will
ly on Monday,
F p.m.
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nefit of th
of the chapter.
General chairman for this event
is Mrs, Hi nry R
of the chapter. The woi thy matron
Mrs. Dave Alper, and the worthy
-.. Dr. George A. Graham.
will be hosts for the evening.
ice" to interfaUh goodwill were
:;ted in absentia to three
chaplains of the armed services
at a dinner sponsored by the
Chaplain Alexander D. Goode
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. The citation
ich of whom received I
a gold medal and a $500 cash j
award, are: Comdr. Robert M. !
Schwyhart of the Navy, Maj.
Merritt O. Slawson of the Air|
and Capt. Harman G. Gel-
hoelter of the Army.
-Holiday On Ice" To
Open February 24
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No washers for his dirty clothe*,
No toasters, ranges, radios,
No cubes of ice to cool his drinks,
No fans, no all-electric sinks ..
Not all the loot the pirates planted
Could buy what "moderns" take for granted.
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er of Reform Conservative Groups Disc
UaafjU III ft
llll6riG3

3: The dan- -
^"; ITHE ADVENTURES
:ul the"
. the rul-
\j.,:, countries 1
. Syria is taking
m attempting to
(if a de-
ould in-
u il have no
ti 'i with Britain
I
g ivi : nmi i
ta that a n
, :,i for the Middle
d rael This
- jo far, n.)i accept-
. any of the other
. The Syrian move
preted as aimed not
Soviel Union, but
ell The
.. not in corn-
el with the Turkish
that a solid Middle
. i!... bloc must include
all circumstances
;>.. mier Nazem al-
tour of Arab cap-
nade it clear to the
thai the fact that
E t has d >t fi|
in Hi.' E
il three
the p issibility
. ii n may be in dan-
ii in a future

i the Arab
the

dly at-
i H
:l al til'
I
mp .
rid the
v
Sti ti Depart-
ed; of!
I on th cun nl
ui Th s
\ iheson
rs in the
be sur-
:. .. gal in
31 >n as one

i ri the i of the lury, kept in closi
. i n
for Z
th this special pri'
,in earliei
eration I demand
tion for
Zionist in all countries.

I s. vs. RUSSIA: All wh
owing
n the Unil '
'. Ld read
Prof. Max 1 n'a "The Amer-
ican Ii iRus i 1784-1917," r ,,, ,.,d Conservative congre-
ed by McMillan ga, not ,,,,;.. s,.n;e .
Thi us scholarly book ; T ,:il .tU over Amer-
h 1 fas itin iding,' inai mu .,. ;0, vative
it throws lighl on the many- and
influences of America ia py.u., more Reform than
up to the time the Communists many so-called Reform temples,
came in p iwer Jews will be .i;1.| v;,... Vl.rsa people in simi-
lly int. ; ,h" chap- |ar f ,cia] .IIlf| fraternal strata be-
ter on Am gation of a ,. ,,,. .,, -,.,.), groupS .. An
1 tno
I. Zi ini m< \ ement Dur-
ing il. I f
in Rus si i. in 1917, was vice-
: ; the T> at of
' nalities in th ry of
.
N'TTY TRENDS: The
Coi va-
tive religious groups in Ai
cd in
the ranks i
i rab-
bis, of both c that
. i separate lie-
s'- Ul_ r" EN IIOL2
Konhol/ Kosher JSeat Products
Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere
Exclusive for "999'
Real KosherNew York
2S34 PONCE DE LEON
(Cor. Almeria Ave.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
V/E WILL SERVE HOTELS AND FtrSTAURANTS
We are under the supervision of the Gieater Miami Vaad Hnk.ishruth,
ui Joseph C. R.-.ckjvsky, Director
machin ith Russia, in Qj ^ne xiational organizations, they
I Czarist discrim- ...y^ c.lU,;1 De accomplished with-
. ator is now
: i lei
he Weiz-
t. le fr im the Israel
n tl he can move
I States and
I
lead-
to forn
il to the
ning World Zi m-
. hi lull I for July
be between -130
I the C ingress
: and I wt ntj -two
from the United
ling fill from the
n against Jews Much
ieen written about the abro-
of this treaty, but i
ubjeel been treated as
exhaustive!) as by Prof. I
I internal
Yoik reputation, Prof. L
bond cam- at the University of St. P
bur In R i and now tea
c ,],.,.: | i Unive lity ... His
, nt of the American-Rus-
out disturbing the autonomy of
. I:. idu il ci ngr< gations .
i point out thai as a matter
of fact, individual congregations,
whethei Reform or Conservative,
now enjoy complete autonomy
v and have a
. in their practices ... A
religious consolidation reorientat-
ed toward modern promotional
methods could bring tea- of th
Study at
74m6 art school
1822 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PHONE 9-9622
for an interesting hobby
or a distinguished career.
sian dispute over the rights of s8n(js of additional Jewish fami-
ican -lews in Czarist Rus-
sia is exhaustive, because it is
built not only on American doc-
tary material but also on
an And it shows h >w
the reactionary and liberal ele-
ments in Russia reacted to the
Sanization of America resolution by the U.S. abrogating
Hadassah Some of a treaty which had been in force
Zionist leaders now
forms in the structure
for abouf 80 years Inciden-
. tally, Prof. Laserson, whom I
.' a Id Zionist Organiza- have had the pleasure of know-
Among other things they I ing for about a quarter of a cen-
lies into formal synagogal affi-
liation, some leaders believe .
Especially active in advoi
such consolidation is .1. S. Acker-
man, president of. the Chicago
Federation of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations .
He believes that a merger of the
Reform and Conservative groups
rould make possible a reorienta-
tion of Jewish communal life
around the synagogue ... It is
estimated that each of these two
groups represents about 10 per-
cent of American Jewry They
are presently raising together
about $2,000,000 a year for then-
national organizations The
combined Orthodox groups in
America also represent about 10
percent of American Jews .
There are, of course, also a large
1 number of Jews who are not for-
; mally affiliated with a synagogue j
i and who purchase tickets for High j
Holiday services only The
latter constitute probably about
125 percent of the American Jew- |
j ish population.
*
URST RACE
8:00 P.M.
ym -e

NO MINORS
ALLOWED
TONIGHT
MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB
EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE.
Kosher Killed
Chiekens
TENNESSEE
POULTRY & EGG CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M.
Phones 9-2585 9-7981
1340 S.W. 8th St.
LINDA BRAN&S, Inc.
Exclusive Distributors of the Famous
KOSHER ZION
Delicatessen Products
Suggest for your health, for your satis-
faction demand "KOSHER ZION"
Products, under the supervision of
Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made
with the finest and freshest meat, under
the strictest Kashruth supervision.
Under U. S. Government Supervision
ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1
Call
LINDA BRANDS, Inc.
10 S.E. 5th St., Miami Phone 82-2731
Distributors of the
Finest Delicatessen Products
and Condiments
KOSHER ZION
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rrilUAY, FEBRUARY
1
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For Better Health Visit tha
GREETINGS Miami Health Institute
Day Phone 89-3640 Night Phone 7-7115 G.;r Diatfwsii and^X-Ray
DADE REFIXISHERS
FURNITURE SAND BLASTING TROPICAL REFTNISHTNG
Bldg. No. 70 Opa-Locka Airbase
B. D. BINDSCHADLER M- F. SCALES
sue. a i k-"6"--- ----- j
Physical Therapy Body
Conditi oing Colonic
Irrigations Cabinets and
-age
7235 Biscayne Boulavard
PHONE 7-7J96
TO ALL GREETINGS
B. B. Leigh, Pres. R. C. Singer. Vice-Pres. C Sec.
H. Goyen. Treas.
Members National Food Broker* Asm. All Codes
IIOVtCKKIt A LEIGH, IXC.
MERCHANDISE BROKERS
"We Cover South Florida"
p. O. Box 2210 1111 N. W. 22nd Street Miami 13. Florida
5r.C7HZr.HOOD GREET:?-'35 77 ALL
SALES MOTOROLA SERVICE
EDDIE'S RADIO SERVICE
3209 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 34564
Service On AT Makes Auto and Home Radios and Television
JOH\ A. MOORE
axt>
RISC \Y\E EXGIXEERLXG CO.
Xnta-s
Yacht Rasin
1884 N. W. North River
Drive
Phone 2-3067
Peerless Manufacturing Co.
Mcmuiacrurer oi
Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies
23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0353
GREETINGS
Blue Prints ?L:-:rrts
Pfck-QP and Delivery Service
<" KM POST
>a^_-.r Hutorltrk
Crr-rs::- tie CcurtL:use'
SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
61 NI. 26th Street Phone 2-5365
JAI K < AKf.TO\ > r llv\II.I.F>
H \\ MONSALVATGE < CO. ci MIAMI, INC.
WHOLESALE CIGARS AND CANDIES
-\ S. W. Ft* Scree! Phone 2-5156
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P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators "^^^ EwJ*-
:;: So. Alhambra Circle Warehouse: 1047 N. W. 22nd Street
Pboac S~-S59S Phone 82 5782 L^f
/ '
7-::7::;-s 73 all
ZJfiamts 7irst Sxclusiv (Paint Store"
TINGLE
PAINT
PHONE CO.
49 S.W FIRST ST. MIAMI, FLA.
.............., 77777777.... t...................777
Investors Diversified Services. Inc.
MORTGAGE -CAN DEPARTMENT
= ::-. ::: _
i;-. National Ear.k Bui ding
_________________CCr.AL GABLES TLZr.ZA
T_ ... ________"__ ~ SAVOY HOTEL
DE BOLIAC CO.
440 N. W. 29th Street ?,...,, o,4232 Pen YeCT Ar0Und
Track Serrice tad Eqaipmaj Berveed SCes arid Serrice
FLEET MAINTENANCE STEEL FABRICATION 252 N-W- Second Street
MADER i COMPANY MEA,
?" & ?r?2:ZS formerly oi the Pcmcoast
935 W. 4let St. Miami Beach
Smart Resor end Spring
FOR ALL OCCASIONS ***** "**** *** '
REMEMBER Spectator Sportswear
JONES QIALITV CAADIES Suits
1411 N.W. 54th Str*et rBr Acc***n and Hal, to match
-. ___________________ Phon* 7'9575 Dinnar and ETung Gowns
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FKAXK O. PRUITT, Inc.
INSURANCE
$
1502-1503 Pan American Bank Bldg. Phone 2-3163
TO ALL...
GREETINGS
$
ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY
Phone: Miami 87-1631
Box 786. Coral Gables. Fla.


"^^FEBRUARY 16, 1951
JewistiFhrlrlinn
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GREETINGS
Phone 2-8457
VENETIAN SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE GOODYEAR TIRES
1504 N. Bayihore Drire Miami, Florida
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DOLIYA'S
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.
6225 N.W. 22nd AVENUE PHONE 78-7753
Bought Sold and Traded
Used Restaurant Hotel, Kitchen and Bar Equipment
GREETINGS TO ALL
RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS
Phone 78-3432
BAY SIDE
SHEET METAL WORKS
1085 N.W. 36th STREET MIAMI 37, FLA.
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
GREETINGS
ON BROTHERHOOD WEEK
TYCOON
TACKLE SHOP. Inc.
400 S.W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-7402
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY. Inc.
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
1630 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
ii
flOn'T CIUE IHE THAT STUFF
... AROUND THIS PLANT WE
I JUDGE A GUY BY WHAT HE DOES1/
TO ALL GREETINGS
ROSE PLUMBING COMPANY
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
CONTRACTING REPAIRS
Phone 89-7747
2765 N. W. 79th Street Miami 38, Florida
BANKS ROSE



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LORA PACK
SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN
639 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1916
MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORES__ ,263 West flagler Street
1753 Northeast Second Avenue
1906 Ponce do Leon Blvd.. Coral Gablei
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
"Ii you're after a good start in this
shop you'll wise up to some plain
[facts... y l j.
We here believe in giving every
Iquy a breakthe sort we'd want
ourselves. We find out what kind of
jman he is not where he goes to
Ichurch or who his people were! And
maybe you'd be smart to do the
same.
With that lad you just now tried
to slap a 'trade-mark' onhe's a
crack machinist. The plant's best
bowler, too, in spite of one leg left
at Anzio.
That's why the only 'trade-mark'
in this plant goes on the stuff we're
turning out. Any underneath it says.
GREETINGS TO ALL
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING
\in'ii< .in Van & Storage, Inc.
MOVINGPACKINGCRATINGSTORAGE
A. J. LERETTR
Phone 3-0625 2125 N. W. 1st Court Miami, Fla.
Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co.
139 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5194
'Made in America' and that
means made by all of us!"
Aeeept or rejeet people on their individual worth!
TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2875 N.W. Lejeune Road
PHONE 88-4653
Miami
GREETINGS
LEWIS C. WAGNER
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
9930 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 89-7805
Surfside. El Portal, North MamL Miami Springs.
Wiaini Short*. Golden Beach. Biscayne Park. N. Miami Beach
and Miami Beach
Glersch
Engineering Co.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
AND LAND SURVEYORS,
ARE NOW LOCATED AT
THEIR NEW OFFICES AT
3104 CORAL WAY
Telephone 83-7080
TO ALL
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
"THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH"
PLASTERING BY
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI
PHONE 89-6924
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
THE
CORNELL COMPANY
ROOFING & SHEET METAL
4100 N. W. 28th Street
Phone 88-2424
GREETINGS
SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON
lluilders Contractors
236 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-3067
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST
First National Bank Blda.


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fjmistft idfon
rniuni, rtonunni 16, IS
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING <".
3800 N. E. 1st A
We Cannot Afford To Do Less"
.

TO ALL GREETINGS
"We serve Greater Miami"
RED TOP CAB &
BAGGAGE COMPANY
Ride in SafetyComfort
"We are as close as your
phone 3-3131"
44 S.W. 3rd St. Miami
TO ALL GREETINGS
AMZ Tile
Company
CONTRACTORS
Call any time 7-6153
153 NW. 96th St


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WORKS OF ART
Furniture. Antiques and Curio*
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1223 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR. Representative
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Apgar Travel Agency
BAF IT
SHOP
262 N. E. 54th Street
Phone 7-0314
DULANEY'S
of MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
FOOD MARKET
411 W. 41s! St. Ph. 5
Up-:.- Dale Van S< i
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 K. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411


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MIAMI BEAI II
S 111 ST NATIONAL BANK
1651 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GENERAL BUILDING COMPANY
FIIED ARNOLD
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
432 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach
Telephone 5-6579
GREETINGS TO ALL
MR. & MRS.
CLYDE A. EPPERSON
INGRAHAM BUILDING. MIAMI
GREETINGS
FROM
J. R. SPRADLEY & CO.
FOOD BROKERS
18 N. W. 14th Street Miami, Fla.
GREETINGS
JACK BENNY PLEDGES SUPPORT TO 1951
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL CAMPAIGN
BEST WISHES TO ALL
WASHBISH LIQUOR STORES
THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU
2025 West FTagler Street
1245 S. W. 22nd Street
29 State Highway, South Miami
.
REAL ESTATE
741 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 53-5224
y
GREETINGS FROM JACK AND ROSE KAABE
*
NEWS TOWER GRILL
"WE AIM TO PLEASE"
Lunches Sandwiches Soft Drinks
IN THE NEWS TOWER
Best Wishes To All
Oino Hair Stylist
1057 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach Phone 58-4473
Jack Benny, left, confers w:th Edward M. M. Warburg, general
chairman oi the United Jewish Appeel. as the noted Hollywood
star pledged h! support to the 1951 United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. The UJA. which must meet needs in Israel and other parts
of the world will launch its nationwide drive at a three-day
Natic-. i -gural Conference to be held at the Saxony Hotel in
Miami Beach, on February 16, 17 and 18. The United Jewish Appeal
Will present Mr. Berny with an "Award of Honor" in recognition
of his humanitarian services when he addresses the UJA Southwest
Regional Conference on Sunday, February 18. at the Shamrock
Hotel ir Houston, Texas.
GREETINGS
Superior Dry (loaning <*
(THE PLANT THAT GIVES SUPERIOR SERVICE)
2004 N. E. 2nd Avenue Telephone 3-0541
WISHING TO ALL JEWISH CITIZENS .
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WALKER CASKET COMPANY
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GREETINGS TO ALL
Hartley's
Ani Top .Shop
The Best In Materials and
Workmanship
1234 N.E. 1st Avenue
Fhone 3-8997
ALL GOD'S CHILDREN


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AVANT'S NURSERY
FLORIST SHOP
FASHIONS IN FLOWERS
4475 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-7949
GREETINGS
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744 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-4665
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202
Marion Drug Store
1701 Coral Way Ph. 4-7621
Rockmoor Pharmacy
,.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2011'
Red Bird Pharmacy
5725 Bird Road
RIGHTER'S
JEWELRY CO., Inc.
160 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-2197
RIDE IN SAFETY
AND COMFORT
IN A
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PHONE 2-4141
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JEWELER
iamonds. Watches, Jewelry
"Fine Watch Repairing"
2304 Ponce de Leon Brvd.
PHONE 4-8081
GEORGE P. KARNEGIS
ROYAL BAKING
COMPANY
601 N. W. 7th Street
"Try Our Special
Family Dinners"
jjfew China
Restaurant
Complete Dinners
At Reasonable Prices
PS Punches, also a-la-carte
I and orders to take out
I8 S-E. 1st St. phone 2-9348
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ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
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ASPHALTS TARS ROAD OILS
Since 1931
1085 N. W. 56th Street Phone 7-3558
Miami 38, Florida
HARRY FINCHER, INC.
OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE
EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE
ALL MOTOR CARS
1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Phone 43-8704
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
Sponsored by the National Confi rence of Christians and Jews
Brotherhood Week
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
(Copyright. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc )
Thi object of iirotherhood
Week is to generate a deeper con-
ception of human brotherhood in
order that hate and prejudice
among man may be replaced by
respect and love.
Yet the fact is that the first
murder committed in the world,
according to the Bible, was that
of a brother. Cain murdered his
brother Abel. Apparently the
mere consciousness of brother-
hood does not solve all prob-
lems. Cain had no doubts what-
ever that Abel was his brother.
"Am I my brother's keeper?" he
asked.
If we continue with the Bible
story, the same conviction is re-
inforced. Indeed, we almost de-
velop the conviction that brother-
hood, instead of being a boon,
is a menace. Take the case of Esau
and Jacob. Here again are two
brotherstwins in factand yet
Jacob, fearing that Esau will mur-
der him, runs away. Fourteen
years later he is still afraid that
brother Esau will put him on
the spot.
Again, take the case of Jos-
eph and his brothers. These broth-
ers first plan to murder Joseph,
then decide to sell him to a slave
dealer and Joseph is sold into
bondage; and, as a result, all Is-
rael become bondsmen. Brother-
hood was responsible for Israel j
becoming Egyptian slaves.
It's a bad recordif we judge
from the Bible stories. There is
a Jewish proverb to the effect
that no one can do as much in-
jury to a person as he himself.
Perhaps we may take these Bible
stories as being something of an
application of this principle.
However, if we plumb deeper,
we bign to see that it is not
brotherhood per se which is at
fault. There is something simi-
lar about all three of the in-
stances mentioned something
which transcends the fact of their
being brothers.
Let us look into the case of
Cain and Abel again. The Bible
tells us why the murder oc-
curred and the best psychiatrist
could not explain it better. The
Bible tells that Cain and Abel
prepared offerings for God and
that Abel's offering was pre-
ferred. I thing it is easy to vis-
ualize it. Adam and Eve came
along to see their children's of-
i ferings. Eve looked at Abel's of-
|fering.and said, "Isn't it wonder-
ful?" Then she looked at Cain's
offering and said. "Cain, why
don't you make it as nice as
Abel's?" And so Cain developed
an inferiority feeling.
Now let us take the case of
Jacob and Esau. Hero we have
the same thing. Jacob developed
an inferiority feeling and sought
to steal the birthright. Smilarly in
the case of Joseph and his breth-
ren, the Bible tells us that Jos-
eph was the favorite son of his
father and that his father made
a very fancy shirt just for him
a coat of many colors. He was the
only son who got this fancy shirt.
And so the brothers developed
an inferiority feeling and know-
ing no other way to deal with
it, sought to do away with him.
The conclusion to be drawn.
Hate is a resultant of the infer-
iority feeling. This applies not
only to the hate between indi-
viduals but to such hate as is ex-
pressed in anti-Semitism. The
anti-Semite is a neurotic with an
inferiority complex.
TO ALL .
GREETINGS
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GENERAL INSURANCE
1114 Congress Bldg. Phone 82-7595
GREETINGS
Super Sagless Spring Corporation of Florida
JOBBERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF UPHOLSTERY SUPPLIES
A. P. LAND, Manager
2465 S. W. 8th Street Phone 83-2249
GREETINGS *
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"LINGERIE OF DISTINCTION"
EXCLUSIVELY OURS!
925 Lincoln Road Saxony Hotel 6608 Collins Avenue
5-4864 58-6811 86-2159
LUMBER PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS
"Try Us For Service"
Peninsular Service Co., Ine.
2145 No. Miami Avenue
Phone 82-1571
SUNRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
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"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributors Libbey, Owens, Ford Glass Co.
Distributors Insulux Glass Block
RICCIO'S
on the 79th Street Causeway
"NEW" Blue Grass
Room Lounge
Featuring
MARIE STANLEY
Open 'Til 5 A.M.
Phone 7-9555
M NASATIR j. BIRNBAUM
Program Director Associate Director
WINZ Proudly Presents
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NOW3 TIMES WEEKLY
Friday fc Sunday 12 Noon
Tuesday Evening 6 P.M.
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Narrator
RABBI ISAAC H. EVER
Commentator
1661-1619 N.W. Seventh Avenue
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
Phone 2-1796
FOSSETT'S PHARMACY
At the EntranceHuntington Building
168 S. E. First St. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-7691
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY IN THE WORLD
W. E. FOSSETT, Proprietor
GREETINGS
DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO.
1545 N.W. 45th Street
TO ALL BEST WISHES
lilt. .. D. CONGER
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VOGUE
Laundry and Cleaners
PHONE 5-7489
The Best For Less
Office and Plant
1425 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH

Bond
Transfer Co., Inc.
Tracking
1812 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-3144
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
MIAMI, FLA.
A Most Happy Brotherhood Week
To All
Dr. Roger W. Arnold
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
METALLIC
ENGINEERING CO.
Spc :ializing in All y Metals
275 S. W. 6th STREET
SHOP PHONE 9-5B34
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 lo^,
Dale County* Circuit Court Judges
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precast concrete
window frames
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PHONE 4-2503
Tune in
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Directed and Announced by
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The daughter of a Hebrew teacher
ther of three strapping
graduated
Hunter C'liege here last
t 53. Her sons,
tendinj liege, had nothing on
mother.
Mr;. Miriam Sosnoff. who didn't
back in the '20s
she wanted I
family, said she didn't I
the forthcoming graduation un-
usual.
Her friends, she said, had ad-
t play mah
attend tea? instead of attending
But Mrs S
maintained that she didn't like
teas jr mah jong.
"I went back to school." she
said." because it made n
The people are I
I imething they
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States at the age of 9.
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I thought of going back to col-
lege."
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mother who says she never al-
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with housework, prepared to
graduate from Hunter with high
grades. Tl it her three
vears as a student the Jewish
i mother still managed to cook
dinner for her husband and Mar-
gin, who attends City College of
New York here.
'I've haa a wonderful time,"
she commented.
ElanU Haiti*
in Mlanking
The Pan American Bank of Mi-
ami jumped 215 places in the list
of the nation's largest banks, ac-
cording to a tabulation announced
this week.
With deposits of $23,573,632 on
Dec. 30, the bank was 753rd in
size in the c luntry, compared
with 968th at the end of 1949.
The standings were compiled by
the Daily American Banker of
Ni \ York, which announces a roll
call of bank h year.
Britain. U. S. Discuss
Middle East Defenses
NEW YORK, (JTA) Senior
British and American officers in
the Mediterranean area have been
discussing the Middle East as a
soft spot in the defenses of the
anti-Communist alliance, it is re-
ported in the New York Times
in a cable from its London cor-
respondent. Clifton Daniel.
The correspondent says that in
the event of a war. a successful
thrust by the Russians' southern-
front armies might overrun the
Middle East. "For the moment,"
the correspondent says, "the
Western powers and the countries
I of the Middle East must rely on
'hope because their military re-
! sources are slender." He asserts
that "between Ankara and Kara-
i chi there is not a single govern-
ment that is both stable andl
strongnot even Israel, which is|
energetic and progressive but still
economically insecure."
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TO ALL GREETINGS
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State Distributors
GRAY MARINE MOTORS
CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES
GASOLINE and DIESEL
410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577
When Your Tablets
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That's the Time
To Buy Some
M. R. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
622 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-9876
At will & Co. Investment Bankers
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Plaintiff, x
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' .hi the 9th das of
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able VV. F. RLANTl i\. County Judge
of I 'ade .' FI01 Ida, for approval
"! 1 'i final rei......nd foi final .li.--
aa Administratrix of the estate
of NATHAN HORN, decs___1
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MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
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Ail..1 n. y for Administratrix
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
Florida. IN CHANCERY, No.
138413.
MAX KATZENELL, Plaintiff, vs.
fendanl
TO: CHARLOTTE KATZENELL
995 Aldus Btri 1
Bronx, New York
You are hereby ordered and rc-
qulred i< serve a copy .if your answer
to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce,
.1 com of which 1 enclosed herewith,
n Plaintiff's attorney, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ..f Dade County,
Florida, on or before the .'-tli day of
March, 1951, otherwise the allegations
of : 1 Id 1 till will be 1 1 ken b
!.\ you.
DATED; Februarj 2, 1951.
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BAMUEL .1. RAM 1
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 it 1 llymplo Building
Miami 32, Florida
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Circuit Court.
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Deputy Clerk.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei slgm d, di sli na to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHARON COMPANY (nol Inc.) at
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cantile Bank Building. Miami
Florida, Intend to registi In ne
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida,
JOSEPH SHAPIRO. Trustee
DAVID A. MAGDOL, Trustee
RO8SL.YN BROWN, Trustee
NATHAN GREENWALD
SIDNEY spector, Trustee
TURK A NEWMAN
Aii.ii nej 1 for
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131,
MARILYN SEWITCH, Plaintiff, vp.
STANLEY ARNOLD SEWITCH,
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SUIT I 1 >R DIVORCE
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MOUNT SINAI SUPPLEMENT ttd^wiisltUBIiDipidliiaun JLUME 24-NUMBER7 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS Mount Sinai Hospital To Mark Year's Achievements With Gala Jubilee Mi %  £w. An infant in seven-league boots—that's the only way you can describe Mount Sinai Hospi-1 il which is marking its first anniversary at a gala jubilee to be held at the Miami Beach lunicipal Auditorium on Thursday, February 22. In the somewhat more than 12 months that have elapsed since the bayside institution -•ned its doors, it has won for itself an enviable position in the community, as well as the jproval of the American College of Surgeons and the American ledical Association. In this short period it has become recpized as a vigorous force in the valiant battle against disease id illness. The non-profit, non-sectarian hospital is not only offering • modern and effective ^ ft wag ^ acquired by the most |iagnos:ic and therapeutic faciliies but has launched a progres*ve educational and research •rogram that is undoubtedly the Kecursor of a mammoth medical fcsearch center. As Mount Sinai moves into its lecond year of operation, it has Staff of 400 doctors. During 150. 7.460 patients were admitted c" %  t otal of 55,355 patient days. Ji this number, 698 was service lases. .Mount Sinai's majestic, Xlliaped building, which looks from %  he an like the giant arms of a Windmill, was once a blue chip 1 Iry. built by Carl Fisher u "ng the boom. Veterans Administration psed it as a hospital during the city of Miami Beach and subsequently turned over to the trustees of Mount Sinai Hospital for operation as a community hospital. After ten months of extensive renovations, the hospital was dedicated with proper pomp and circumstance on December 4, 1949. and patients were moved in on the following day. There is little evidence that the building was once used for more frivolous purposes, though the air of quiet elegance which undoubtedly permeated the worldfamed hotel still pervades the modern, bustling hospital. Attractive waterways and spacious, well kept lawns and gardens surrounding the hospital provide an ideal setting for convalescing. And it is rare that one does not encounter ambulatory patients leisurely basking in the sun, frequently with fishing pole in hand. These patients are always attended by nurses or aides. On the hospital's ground floor are located the information desk, cashier and credit department, laboratories, pharmacy, outpatient clinic, colored ward, doctors' (Continued on page 5 B) IMount Sinai's Lady In Pink Attempts To Make Your Hospital Stay More Pleasant PiV III U see a "lady-in-pink" Mount Sinai Hospital Jubilee, would be a good idea, if jyou are a gentleman, to take off ll-hi! .''' %  m(1 b,nv from the waist Ihv ,u p on et 'quette is inspired Umm ';' :lllza,ion that the Mount %  "" %  ".Women's Auxiliary memln question has probably "lore, in terms of workand good-will for hospital atl ents, than most other Miliven Ihours amians. She's one of 700 uniformed volIffiteers who have appeared at the I hospital in its first year of operaI tion and a part of the group of •round 200 now regularly taking duty assignments. Officially, the auxiliary volunteer has been regularly and warmly thanked by: hospital officials for her faithfulness and valuable help; unofficially she gets recognition from (Continued on page 5 B) 61 Brism Held In Sinai Ritual Room Sixty-one infants have been ;ircumcised in Mount Sinai's rnodern ritutal room this past year. The ritual room is one of the hospital's courtesy services for patients. Located on the maternity and nursery floor of the hospital, the ritual room is attractively furnished with tables and lounge chairs where families and their guests may hold intimate parties for the occasion. The infant and physician enter a small adjoining room separated from the lounge by a large plate glass viewing window. The circumcision is performed in the small isolated room, eliminating any possibility of direct contact between the child and visitors. Parents may, if they wish, have a mohel supervise the operation. Mount Sinai has two registered mohels on its permanent staff. Hospital President Cited For Community Service The first anniversary of Mount Sinai hospital marks for its president, Max Orovitz, the pinnacle of a long career of community and interracial service. Cited by the National Conference of Christians and Jews as one who has ". heeded the call of every good cause in the community and made a farsighted contribution to education for human relations." Orovitz consider the establishment of Mount Sinai his most satisfying endeavor on behalf of civic welfare of Greater Miami Orovitz has, in the past 15 years, been one of the outstanding local figures in regional and national welfare work. After graduation from Emory University Law School in 1925. he identified himself with building and construction, in Miami and immediately became active in all phases of human welfare. He has been president of Temple Israel, chairman of the budget and member of the board of the Community Chest, chairman of the Free Loan Fund of the Jewish Social Service Board and a trustee of the citizens board of the University of Miami. He,has been cited by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for his human relations activities, which have included the endowment of a human relations library and a chair for the study of the interracial problems of minority groups at the University of Miami. The library which Orovitz founded at the university forms the nucleus for a unique human relations department at the university which, though now a widely accepted educational concern in universities all over the country, was originated at the University of Miami. It was, however, through is long affiliation with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, that Orovitz first became interested in the idea of a non(Continued on page 5 B) Max Orovitz



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1951 Jews In Sports Ey HASKELL COHEN >*'WWWWW*l. +Je*1slincr**n>n PAGE 11 B. New York City is agog over the i relations of basketball dumping by two former Manhatjgn College captains, Hank Poppe add Jack Byrnes. Rumors of dumps and fixes have circulated throughout the Madison Square ,: n area for several years. One cannot move through the n lobby, without hearing comment to the effect that the i is a dump-gaitie and :.thrown out accordingly to v. iuld-be speculators on the outcome bf the contest. (i: if the New York dailies did a column, in which it was brought mil that dumping or throwing of is not exactly a new development in basketbajl. According '%  < the column, the St. John "W ler Five" of years ago, was approached when Mac Posnack ntacted over the telephone Iced t" throw away a certain • for $5,000. This, mind you. was the newspaper columnist's version. Severill days after the story appeared, we i'"'! a late supper snack with Mac Kinsbruner, present director A i.vities at the Concord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake, New York, who was the star of that sensational St. John's quintet. Mac laughed over the story and gave us the real lowdown. It appears that Rip Gerson, a member of the team, was a cronic jokester. Disguising his voice, he called Posnack up on the phone an I approached him, concerning the throwing of the fotrhcoming game. However, the amount Gerson offered his teammate Posnack was not $3,000 but $300. Posnack hung up on the caller, and later that day, reported the incident to his four teammates. He told them. GORDOW ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava you. i-oof repaired now: yu will lava on a nw roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 W. 22nd Avenu* PHONB 4-1 "A GOOD NAME" la more to b* treasured than richer." Provtrbi GORDON FUNERAL HOME -n SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES in amazement: "Imagine that bum offering me $300 to arrange for us to throw the game tomorrow night!" Of course, the rest of the club was in on the gag and broke out in smiles. Posnack remarked, "I don't see what's so funny when I am asked to throw a game for a measly $300." Gerson finally broke down and said. "You dope. I was the one who made the call to you." Boxing promoter, Sam Silverman of .Boston, found himself in a boxing match that he had not arranged the other night, after the Joe-Rindone-Paul Pender scrap, in the Boston Garden. Johnny Buckley, manager of Paul Pender, incensed over his fighter's defeat by Joe Rindone at the Garden, tossed a couple of punches at copromoter Silverman after the bout. When the unanimous decision was announced in Rindone's favor Buckley hurried over to the east side of the ring where Silverman was sitting near Joe Santarpio, one of the judges. Buckley then took two wild swings at Silverman and Sam punched back, knocking Buckley's glasess and hat askew. The jam was quickly broken up. Silverman, who promoted the fight with Rip Valenti, left the Garden escorted by two policemen. Buckley, in Pender's dressing room announced he would seek a return match "but Valenti will promote it, not Silverman." Isn't it remarkable that with so many football and basketball stars being developed over a period of the past 20 years, few of them ever get to coach a team? Offhand, we can think of but two Jewish college basketball coach1 es, and they are Nat Holman at City College and Morris "Tubby" Raskin at Brooklyn College. Sid Gillman, at the University of Cincinnati, is the only football coach that we can think of who has gained prominence of any sort. Everybody in the basketball firmament, agrees that Nat Holman is probably the greatest basketball coach of all time. Over a period of 30 years, his teams have exhibited their wares from New York City to San Francisco and have pleased the fans in these cities with their style. For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Gr eater M.ami Jewish causes In your time of need let "s help you as we have on SfctyoV IT* flabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 ATTENTION: Artists, Students. Hobbyists. Drawing, Painting, Still-Life, Life Classes, Modeling, Carving, Ceramics Day and evening classes Reasonable fees. Circle Studio, 58-0409 August Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 There Are No "Extras" or "Conditions" Your only cost is for the checks you write. There is never a "service charge"-monthly or otherwise! There is no limit...minimum or maximum ...to the number of checks you may use each month. 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First Avenue MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 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 ~ 1 D 3 is displayed: 2. And to buy only chickens with the ring ot the G.M.V.H. M 1Q 2 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 Sirlrin, Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. S. LobeL Treas. *+*



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A t; FACE 2 A vMnisti fhridliciir) B'nai B'rith Groups To (Jive Bookcovers, Blotters To School %  : %  %  %  i i, Bever] K i l i Samuel To Speck At Beach Center s I .' Sisterhood To Meet Dov Chapter To Meet | %  %  S .-;. Shapiro Honored A 3 %  JC55S Will Hold BIOIIOD* KEISIMT %  • F Club, % %  %  Mrs. in; Poi Mrs A ilend n Mi H; %  I %  %  Knoseth BsraH lo IVesent ronwrt i < \ A i E i Mrs. Bear Hostess .... Mrs. Beck Elected B i Laurel O mi I Oi .' %  '.' • Lau %  Ruthana Kraye To Appear In "Carmen" i : [ Bostoi <1 %  ; !'. (le'uii I : C %  pal / >i) Fi %  • K %  ilinisl plin with the junior %  %  high rid i : th You Lrtisl I '.' • %  .. n Of Mi. i was from the Eastern Coi v f n a full oj ire Music %  .: %  the Ni %  : I any. i will bo pi n 1 by M '"' I at the \ x %  R iy il I Grei nfield I : Kraye FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, ig 5l THOUSANDS TURNED AWAY ALL OVER THE COUNTRY! LOWELL THOMAS, J. IN PERSON Monday YUqtd Qnfy TAKES YOU INSIDE FORBIDDEN TIBET • i: Thrilling, Te i Advt ntu i (' %  nturj GET YOUR TICKETS MOW February 19th, 8:15 P.M. it. %  S=3 CARMEN By Bizet With All Metropolitan Stars and MII/TOX CROSS — IX ii:nso\ MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26th At the Miami Beach City Auditorium — 5-0477 For tickets call Miami Beach Savings & Loan Assn. — 5-0451 Miami Beach Radio Co. — 57-7575 Burdine's — 9-1332 WA r JT. ORDER NOW Send food packages to friends and relatives in Israel for Purim ... for Passover special packages for babies >>iaim ItVach Zionist District 235 Lincoln Road Room 208 Phone 58-4643 Loc il A r '•Service for Israel, Inc." Sample package over 12 lbs. net SI0.50 contains %  J" bom I.--... %  ed 1 Mi .1 1 il> I 1Mb. ilated orated milk; '-•'' %  1" 1 lb. Kosher processed • cheese; U '. %  %  %  Prepared I llx k and igar) r Vci SELECT FROM 8 SAMPLE TYPES OR MAKE UP YOUR OWN SAMPLE PKG. Price range, 310.50, $14.50, $21.50, $38.50 Passover packages: SI 1.50; S18.75; S39.50 Delivery in time for Passover Guaranteed. Baby l' Parcel, baby f la and vttamlntsed ayrup Restrictions On Number Of Food Parcels To Israel Have Temporarily Been Lifted Purim Festival Ulanned i n n gation : iting plai I March 11 in the Doi a Augus I Mi n IL'll. AICHARD • Only One Performance nn SUNDAY EVENING 25th FEB. >a<*tropolltan <)|Mi*a Star '• %  In Go 0] The New York Times r 3liaQBBi F3UI[Tr>[flK St Mfc*k\V Wilt/ CBooscvHt Theatre 41s1 & Chase Ph 742] Now Playing Eve Siit Sun. 3 P.M. Jewish Funeral Services. conducted with reverent regard to ev< ry Jewish religious tradition. Our full knowledge of all the requirements and our many years i faithful service to Jewish families afford the comforting assurance that each service shall be correct in every detail. In our two complete funeral chapels, beautifully furnished and decorated, throughout, every funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere of dignity and pea. e. Eve ""''' Mi 3 I)*: Loses ?1A< ,: ...40. Mat.: Orch I | ; v and Balcony i U Memorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami Weal Flagler & 20th Ave. • Phone 9-2664 Miami Beach ... 1236 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777 W* 24-IIOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE EDWARD T. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE E1SENBERC Treasurer? Ave. ISLAND! IN NEW YORK. 76th Street and Amsterdam Ave. LONG BROOKLYN BRONX



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PAGE 8 B *Jmtst>f*r*#w FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1951 Jewish Major Is Given Silver Star NE v I In an in! • I r %  %  %  %  %  I g the ( %  %  %  ,.%  %  run ti : %  later, in %  %  %  '. • 7th Divis: >n V S lines s nth Changj n n % %  .'. Gurfeir I Aril M % %  : %  H .:. the B :' %  itei nt in the Mai :. Ma; G J :• in %  Kd Cl Drive Opens On Beach liami : I : %  :: i %  •. ; % %  Efforts Of Ui. Government To Eliminate Subversion Told In Jewish Year Book n Jewry to Je' s a, J %  Some of the sul portunity Fellowships, John Hav Whitney Foundation. Volume 52 of the American Jewish Year Book, containing 585 pages, may be ordered through the Jewish Publication S ..... w-..-„. .;ini,'|y 222 North 15th St., Philadelphia Pa. The volume lists for %  %  f I %  .blem, %  %  r-.g on %  ntmues to b>bhowell militate to the Year Book Philip Bernstein, associate %  W L %  14 Mrs H %  • Milton F: 1 H I F:fth Street: E %  t! %  -• %  : Lii %  : .-.: %  r. 71st Si .-.Joe John N. H -r. a. Paul Willi t Gul.: )hn Hickson. PJ-.:: Bar:, and Edward R. graduated from West Point in June of 1941 and has been in .. .nee then continuously. He has two children, aged seven and '. tion 1 %  it r%  J eligion. A section : in its -in English. I nd schola: n of the omprehei ual. political and md events that ; fe throughld in this period. Of I ". the reader are : ts and studies of the in the countries beCurtain. The status immunities throughout I is reflected in detailed and objective accounts. The achievements and problems : of Israel as well as the relation. Council of Jewish FedI Welfare Funds; Uriah Z Engelman, director. Depart• nt Research. Publications. :nation. .' n AsEducation: S Hyman. former acting m Jewish Affairs. U.S. 1; rmany and Austria: IC '•'.' IVI r, director. OprCEJWIN CAMPS^ Port J.rvii. N. Y. !• WM MOGf SSIVf IDUCATIONAl, NON-COMMfUCMl CAMPS Ljnd and water tportt. atMhciic ictiviIICH reiidtnc dcxtorj and nur*i : Sabbaih and dietary lawt obterved; Jeih cultural influence!; teparate age group*. Ideal Summer Campi for Jewi.h Joyi and Girl Ralei $395. Se'id for descriptive booklet FL A. •. IdiMlmM, H. I. Saline. Dlr.cl.ei ail W..t Se. St., Ne Yefc 34 • Tt 7-0112 ARE YOU TIRED OF ROLLERS, GADGETS, STARVATION DIETS? SCIENTIF: I THING VAPOR BATHS. (ATIOJJS, CONTROLLED NUTRITION NORMANDY ISLE HEALTH INSTITUTE 1221 Everglades Concourse Ph. 86-3213 "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 Nature of Health Institute A new approach to Medication based on specialized blood and Laboratory tests. Slentiflc Colonic Irrigations F. al Bacterial Analynln & VaectM Electric Tn-atraenU Physio & Mi-chano Therapy Nutrition 1'i.t BplnnJ Trt-atraentx AjUflttnants Manipulations of Spin*, FLCI. e-te. Dr. Harry W Haag Phone M-6M4 9482 Harding Are. Surfside Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday al 2:00 P.M LONDON ARMS WE CATER Banquets Weddings Bar Mitzvahs TO AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC A PHONE 5-1264 BEB '%  2gS2 .2555 3 v. l ,IJ .. 1 5E5Z a SEE a SzH THl'lEST IN KOSHER POODS Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Plunning a Party? • Party Knishes • Sandwiches • Decorated Buffet Platters • Roast Turkeys • Stuffed Derma • Roast Broilers • Retail Delicatessen • Cocktail Franks • Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres 'Caterers Hi of "WE COVER THE EARTH" SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY 1680 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-3359 r Distinction For All Occasions NO PARTY TOO SMALL NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Call 5-2655 ASK FOR BORIS Special Attention to Hotels and Organizations -METROSmoked Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH 9 STURGEON • KIPPERS SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA New Shipment off Herrings and Greek Olives Dial 58-53M MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE



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>A~ Jftr*nfer FBaPAT, FOauAwv ,* 1951 Cardiology Clinic Planned \s, %  -' %  %  %  '•: .v.-i;M p..-. .-*** 9BBI jfifc %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  • '. %  • • %  %  '. • •. • %  %  •.... %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  • %  : %  %  :Zu zin*. s ^easrieg rile kilcrer is a p.easuttj .-.,> MpM i !r?e-KW2 dietary staff, for il contair: everrl -=- -i r ->: &rri =s ~ = pc:t:c--p*ir to dish-washer. A uaiquel innrT-i^or reservr wopted rr Mount Sinai is tie seiecrir; -ecu,! v -:..L: -_~ti p mm ii;^ oj foods. For orthodox patients!" -jeri arc rw: r^t.-ra kosher kilchecs on the premises Mount Sinai Aid*. Di*plated Persons Thronsh > %  %  > %  %  %  %  Radiology Department Contains Latest In Deep Therapy, Fluoroscopy, X-Ray ".:>• with the Jewish Social -ices of its outpatient department : or ;n need of medicai treat) iavail-1 %  %  %  I • %  %  i ritti ntion i udvancH u, th< ; / patH-nl p '' 'i-j-J' 'i by hear! "'" i un 'i .,,,-1 ,,. turned U, active, useful i, v „,., ,''"," •''""""' time and equip >""•', Mount Sinai hopea to be v hi i i" rmutu ntly i i n u hvi %  %  '/. %  .. •. i •(00 •. rw pij I, %  • •.' Tl •• from a fi %  %  n in it< n idi ..ii,i/ longei %  %  %  ••, %  • %  intook Tec) b th..ion rays. radiation attacka only tl ,•, '„ r 'i'"" ; 'han other hos not the health} I „ '.''"""''" %  oi aid inthl 9 i ? Ck from the Miami Beaeh Exchange Club to aecond (1 *" of u "ing, for the patient's library on the the dun wh ? U "i S ai Hospi,al are Earl ShurtI president president ^,u !! nderin 3 the check, and George Berlman. part KhDunte. u l ami BMCh Exch ge Club. Recipient is Mrs. mit.L .H 4 cha,rman of the Women's Auxiliary library compresfdenr W ,clun 9 h PPT i Mrs. Mont. S.lig. auxiliary



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%  I PAGE 4 C vjknisl: lflld posl .;; n i '-\-n if his agreement s expircd meanwhi lition. the Jewish Welfare B has urged all conj rabbis have been draft I, up the difference between the chapla my pay, usually lieutenant, and his civilian pay. The sanctions whuh the rabbinical croups will impose on a rabbi who refuses to serve after being drafted are: 1. \ rabbis refusing to • chaplains will find it difficult possible to get new positions because of the moral stigma attached to their attitudes: 2. Congregations are informed if a rabbi refuses to serve. Because the sons of congrcgat: n %  are drafted by the Federal Government, ill feeling is likely to develop against a rabbi who refuses to go. 3. In extreme cases, a rabbi is subject to expulsion from the rabbinical organizations to which he belongs. Citations for "consecrated serv%  Loyally Club Plans Card, Games Party O.E.S., will ly on Monday, F p.m. I %  .' B nefit of th of the chapter. General chairman for this event is Mrs, Hi nry R of the chapter. The woi thy matron Mrs. Dave Alper, and the worthy -.. Dr. George A. Graham. will be hosts for the evening. ice" to interfaUh goodwill were :;ted in absentia to three chaplains of the armed services at a dinner sponsored by the Chaplain Alexander D. Goode Lodge of B'nai B'rith. The citation ich of whom received I a gold medal and a $500 cash j award, are: Comdr. Robert M. Schwyhart of the Navy, Maj. Merritt O. Slawson of the Air| and Capt. Harman G. Gelhoelter of the Army. -Holiday On Ice" To Open February 24 i %  %  %  i %  %  %  ... ..; | II m. tune. Refresh) s \v %  > i* Isi aelite PTA Tt IIti Strce' *L MEIDENBERQ. Owner S. .1. Freedom* HEBREW BOOK -TORE 417 WashinqtcMiami Beach een Fourth an Hebrew Religious SuppLj^" For Synaaoguea and Priyu, Use. Also for Hebrew SchooU. Telephone 5 interest on \j) your surplus funds INTEREST on Savings -Compounded Twice a Year Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. up to $10,000.00 INDUSTRIAL Leonard L. Abets, President K* *__• Se an 46 W. FLAGLER ST. OPP. COURT HOUSE MIAMI OEST SAVINGS SANK IN THE SOU BURIED TREASURE IS OUT OF DATE! rf# / £ *W,CED0ESS0mUCH..XOSttSO A pirate's chest of gold and such Jusc wouldn't buy him very much No washers for his dirty clothe*, No toasters, ranges, radios, No cubes of ice to cool his drinks, No fans, no all-electric sinks .. • %  Not all the loot the pirates planted Could buy what "moderns" take for granted. •.*'. True! Just a few brief yean .go, the f.bulous fortunes of princes and pocemates couldn't buy the comforts which electricity brings to the humblest homes today. FLORIDA POWER g LIGHT COMPANY WELCOME VISITORS! Have fun...come again soon! And keep your "business eye" open for an opportunity to move to Florida and "play for keeps!" YOUR ELECTRIC SERVANT —



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 +Jelst> fhrkUar PAGE7B u I | I I I I I I I ••^" %  %  %  T T TT Capitol Spotlight By MILTON FRIEDMAN a -, ^ 1 HB———— %  —— iuu. n T Twrr What happens when a Jewish 0! U.inization helps sponsor a nongectarian conference and one of the speakers gets up and makes an .mti-Semetic rfttack on another Jewish organization? The women's auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans joined with the American Legion Auxiliary, V.F.W. Auxiliary, Daughters of tlie American Revolution, and about 35 other groups in sponsoring the "Women's Patriotic Conference on National Defense." h P. Kamp, one of a number of fascist-minded speakers, called the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League "more dangerous than Communism." Kemp, wh i has long been involved with high level anti-Semitism, was applauded. The Washington Times-Herald Society page reported "Each had a notebook in which she jotted down the salient points of the speeches and discussions in order irry them back to the women of h( r organization in every city and hamlet of the country." An excited J.W.V. woman, her 1 flushed, scurried from the conference room to a phone booth : report to the A.D.L. She was app: priately indignant. That ac, a pushed, she returned to the %  ice and joined with her i: legation in sponsoring a reso1..n against communism. The ; tion condemned communism i • .il>• but also indicated that i W.V. apparently agrees with -Semite Merwin K. Hart on of the word "democracy." Fi i original draft of the J.W.V. resolution, the word "dei acy" was scratched out v. lerever it appeared and even : Ijective "democratic" comeliminated in the final •e Republicans and other have long maintained at the U.S. is not a democracy but a republic and therefore thi ratie" stuff is all a ] • • bunk. Merwin K. Hart told : il use investigating Committee t; ... '.:.< use of the word "democracy" was mainly a Communist idea and that Sen. Herbert H. Lehman followed the Communist line by his employment of such versive" terminology. Hart nted out that while Lehman failed to say "democracy" once in the first inaugural address as • rnor of New York, he beSO closely linked to Mosby his fourth inauguration aid •democracy" 36 times. H the J.W.V., and the "Patrii' inference" were apparently ement. Thus, the wives and W lows of heroes who fought and i"democracy" shunned luestionable word. Insulted by Kamp's speech, the J 11 women confronted Mrs. v n A. Becker, chairman of inference. When the tongues 9 • sagging, our women emergth an assurance from Mrs. I WANT MY MILK • tab. 1924 And B Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Vlalt Our Farm at • Blrtf Kd. A n.,p.r Cr M k Becker that she might remove a portion of Kamp's investice from the historical record but that she would neither repudiate the speaker nor apologize in any way for his appearance. A conference official told this reporter that she knew that Kamp had been cited for contempt of Congress. Did she consider him preferable to Communists cited for similar contempt? "Why, Mr. Kamp has been against the Communists for years and we can't see any objection to him." Since the Nazis have been against Communism for years would the conference invite a Nazi speaker? "Well, young man, the German people are going to coooperate with us and Hitler certainly did tell the truth about the Communists ..." A Jewish spokesman said the J.W.V. would continue participation in the "Patriotic Conference." In fact, she proudly announced that the next president of the auxiliary would be the second vice-chairman of the next "Patriotic Conference." It would then be possible, she said, to exert inspoken anti-Semites off the proaddress and was vigorously apgram. Everything else was fine,' plauded. the J.W.V. said, it was only the Kamp speech which bothered the Jewish women. Mrs. Lawrence H. Smith, who served as co-chairman of the program committee, in the wife of the Wisconsin Republican Congressman who has befriended the Arab propaganda front in Washington He inserted anti-Zionist stuff in the Congressional Record. Rep. Smith allowed his frank to be used by an extreme right-wing organization listed in the ADL's report on anti-Semitism. Mrs. Smith, for some reason, could see nothing wrong with Kamp's speech. In addition to Kamp and McCarthy, there were many speakers known to the A.D.L. A representative of the American Legion auxiliary expressed amazement when Rabbi Benjamin Schultz, national director of the American Jewish League Against Communism, took the platform to smear Secretary of Defense George C. Marshall. "I can't understand," the Legion lady said, "why the Jewish people would send a rabbi here to criticize a fine gentleman like Gen. Marshall after he helped Anna Rosenberg" (when she was falsely accused of being a Communist). Rabbi Schultz has in The true spirit of Brotherhood Week is based on understanding. It must be deep in the heart and in the mind, functioning not just today or in Brotherhood Week but through all the days and weeks—functioning for America in the American pattern of tolerance and understanding.—Carl M. Saunders, editor, Jackson (Mich.) Citizen Patriot. Other achievements of the con! £":. past accused the B'nai B'rith ference included a condemnation'"' 1 61 Foundation of employing of the United Nations Convention Communist rabbis. on Genocide and Human Rights as "subversive"; an attack on government emplovees "who can't hardly speak the English language," and the statement that the "real Americans" were those "whose heroic grandmothers took the prairie schooners to Oregon." There was talk against the United Nations and, despite the fact that U.N. forces are fighting Communism in Korea, the U.N. was condemned as subversive. Favorable references were made to Republican Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, who aided the Nazi war fluence to keep the more outcriminals. He gave the principal The national executive body of B'nai B'rith happened to be meeting at the Statler. the same hotel where Kamp, McCarthy, and the patriotic ladies held sway. A number of B'nai B'rith leaders were in the building when Kamp attacked the A.D.L The B'nai B'rith executives continued their meeting, receiving frequent reports on the progress of the patriotic proceedings on the same floor. Bell hops were kept busy bringing ice water for the patriotic speakers and bicarbonate of soda for the B'nai B'rith leaders. ELITE CHOCOLATE and CANDIES PRODUCTS of ISRAEL Truly Delicious! Now on Sale at Food Fair and Carl's Markets wA Seal of Endormnl on mor* than 40 Holm Voritil Y CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP KOSHERMl LCHIG y, '/* w Ooe Of The 5 KOSHER (y) Heinz Soups ^ %  %  v %  r^lL-Tta; \ J' 7 < ^S



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PAGE 6 B +Jewisi>ncridKto£_ FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18, Haven School Dedication Set For Feb. 18 Official dedication -..' -.he Haver. i '. i %  :• ntally Rei -:• r .. r:a will be ;•. the Sunday F< bruary 18 There will be open I 1 and %  I for 2:30 ["he publ • : i inspect the i • %  and • •.. -mir ied tioi takei by the in i tj hole The hist y t the %  h :in %  %  The h.-. d n onty Com.-. | for a .... provided by f the %  D a v ..." is. Most of i struction on Sal Sand Academy To Present Tuckei In Concert • Tucki Fei -' ""' %  'I ;• ( .ben of the c mmunity -. : r..v prepared the but saw l it thai '%  %  -:• • %  .ere deI ind MI time Materials too. were alii entirely led, and a Ut tl Greater Mian u with gift! %  painl ten to erect the three • (e the A: for th< ttires. too. were ; r.-t. r. • Furnishing! for ,;. in t .-. mmunity and :lubi 1 •'•"ry i : ript: n %  .r.t. fumi The tion • %  _:.: the ties t A : %  %  f I -. : : I ?.-..-.: EdJohnston %  I N %  %  %  : ... -;._ %  ... %  Dade Cheat Total Reaches 81M5.§## Pledges continue to come in for the Community Chest campaign and total now stands at $865,609. it was announced this week by director. This is nearly I $9,000 over the $857,000 campaign jfc'ttj rsin the Metror. brought in most •-. nal gifts as they m p] ir assignments. T.ne D a % %  has produced $121.**' "• ... -.' .-..' : N'eeb. chairman of J reg:on._ said i $9,051. or I their quota. %  t .: ing to keep we reach our said "We are -:e a complete not until I %  %  ". U If M northern re. mount Swartburg Unveiling r. '. a monument late Morris rly f Miami on SunFi 18. at 2 p.n th Rabb — ffi : iting. Mr. •. %  .-. %  i by his n, B. Rol Mi '.: in I '." Monu i t 1 A I %  : • .'.: ind : -• %  %  i : u t h r,d in Miller Electric Co. Quality Contracting and Service 404 S.W. 8th Avenue Phone 9-2477 HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH • 24 hour GRADUATE NURSE C|r( • CE SALT FREE or ANY Bther DIETS • mi w th PRIVATE BATHS pal >t, solaria, ELEVA. TORS and lcbb.es. Sunshine Halls ; %  030 15th S' Viami Beach. Fla. Call: 58-6959 L ster to Dr. Shoutson en "Jewish Forum" WFEC every Friday at 10:15. Sunday at 2 P.M. THE GARDEN -ON THE TRAIL2235 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT CUP. NEW PATIO— Osen From -2 •.--.MRS MARIA FPE'ER, Ownor -A rGR LUNCHEONS "-'O =P,v* T E PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MAC C RUDY From V ENNA MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-033S LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED LOOK YOUNGER LIVE LONGER ar.d • ; • a >l THE FLORIDA SPA BEARHEAD ROAD ORLANDO. FLORIDA Writs for Circular or Phone Orlando 9523 iA't PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish Community Since1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS %  > -AC*. 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 WOltltY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. SUNDAYS A HOLIDAYS *. uuraane THE NOODLES WITH THE HOME-M ADE FLAVOR! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Pure EGG NOODLES Simply delicious! Serve with soup cheese as a side-dish. Fit in delightfully with meator dairy menus — a wholesome, tempting treat any and every way! The taste tells you they're good! The name tells you they're Kosher! Distributed by PALM IMSiltlHI IOHS. IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37, Fla. Phone 3-6866 JV£L HOTEL eJr cSf) Nathan Ginsburg Proudly Presenli Ihe Only KOSHER DINING ROOM Under Direct Supervision of % CHOICE FAMILY PLOTS In Jewish Section—Woodlawn Park Cemetery AVAILABLE NOW! For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922 Q> when its Ale or Beer you're buyin'— Ask the man for BALLANTINE ALE BEER Better buy the case—then you won't run short when unexpected guests drop in J>.B.U.Dtin.*Sont,Nerl. N | Distributed by r STATE BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK. PW*



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 1951 • %  Jfcwtaft thrkMan PAGE 3 A I'll Say... Upon entering Spain, the tourist who is Jewish conscious experiences a mingling of emotions. For example, he does not feel the resentment that is unavoidable in Germany. Perhaps the same intolerant hate motivated the Spanish persecutors, who we?e as cruel as the Nazis, even if they did not resort to all-out mass exterminations. There is little disposition to blame contemporary Spain for the mistakes, the crimes, or the follies committed 5 centuries ago. Jews have learned by bitter experience the injustice of visiting the supposed sins of ancestors upon their remote descendants. The Christian world continues to hold them accountable for the alleged participation of their forefathers in the crucifixion that occurred in the year 33 A.D. Spanish and Jewish Relationship Paradoxical as it may seem, the Sephardic or even the Ashkenazic Jew has a feeling of vague kinship as he walks the Spanish streets. Eight centuries of actual residence, and a prior ten centuries of probable settlement in the Iberian Peninsula have left a deep impress upon Jewish consciousness. The remote forgotten past has survived only in myths. Many cities have a legendary Hebrew origin, which is traceable in their names—Malaga from melach, (salt); Cartagena from carta, (walls); Tharsis, (Biblical Tarshish); Toledo from toledoth, (generations). And there are Others. Blood Assimilation Furthermore, one senses in the people a large infiltration of Jewish blood. The conversion of several hundred thousand had certainly brought a sizable admixture into the general population. Nor was this crucible kept a secret. Pope Paul IV, who disliked Spaniards, labelled them the scum of Jews and Moors. As far back as 1550, Cardinal Don Francisco Mendoza Y. Bovadilla amused himself by compiling El Tizon de la Nobleza Espanola, an almanac of the Spanish nobility. With malicious glee, he traced the Jewish ancestry in scores of the noblest families in the land. Traveling In Spain This at a time when every Spaniard was trying to establish his limpiezza de sanare, the purity of his Old Christian blood. Even the royal husband of pious Isabella was contaminated. Ferdinand the Catholic King of Aragon, who was guilty of initiating the Inquisition and expelling the Jews, had a Jewish grandmother. Forgotten Achievements Above all there is deep pride in the story and culture of Spanish Jewry. The world has a tendency to gloss over, or even forget Jewish accomplishments. Certainly their amazing cultural achievements in Spain have either been ignored or left-handedly conceded. Writers usually append in a footnote a passing tribute to the role played by Jews in the flowering of the civilization in Moorish Spain. Textbooks on universal history are content with the casual reference that the classical masterprieces of Greece and Rome would have been lost to the modern world but for the efforts of Arabs and Jews. An Early Renaissance The Jewish Renaissance in Spain flowered into full bloom centuries before Humanism and the revival of learning began in Italy. From the 8th to the 12th centuries, Jews were the leading intellects in Europe. The upsurge of Jewish creativity in Spain ushered in a cultural era hardly inferior to the Biblical period. The last important German thinker, Oswald Spengler, who foretells the end of our cycle in his Decline of the West, has declared that Jewish culture reached its all time summit in Spain. The Sepharad Culture The student can only look back with bewildered admiration at the rich variegated culture that produced the poetry of Jehuda Halevi, the philosophy of Ibn Gabirol, the synthesis between religion and philosophy in Maimonides, the mysticism of Abulafia, the statesmanship of Ibn Shaprut, the monumental Talmudism of Alafsi, the Cabalism of Moses de Lyon, the rounded scholarship of Ibn Ezra, the eloquence of Nachmanides, the grammatic proficiency of the By HARRY SIMONHOFF Kimhis, the orthodoxy of Asheri, the wisdom of Ibn Nagrela, the science of Gersonides, the liberalism of Cresquas, the financial ability of Abravenel, the geography of Zacuto, the traveling propensities of Benjamin of Tudela—and the list goes on and on. The Marranos Rational thinking and philosophic speculation ultimately weakened the foundations of faith. Violent persecution from without and scepticism within brought several hundred thousand to the Baptismal font. Here was the first systematic attempt at Jewish mass assimilation. At first the New Christians were welcome. But as half a century rolled by, the Old Christians began to question the wisdom of removing all restrictions from a group whose natural capacities enabled them to rise in commerce and society, in Church and State. The Holy Office of the Inquisition was soon devised to destroy the prestige, to break the spirit, and to drain the wealth of the Conversos. But an absurdity became increasingly apparent. Marranos were burnt at the stake for practicing in secret the very religion which faithful Jews were permitted to practice openly. To even out this inequality, the unconverted Jews were expelld in 1492. The After Effects The edict of expulsion destroyed the preeminent position of Sephardic Judaism. The Inquisition with its torture chambers and flaming auto-da-fes remains a nightmare deeply engraved in Jewish memory. The exiles wandering over land and sea, clutching their faith and their martyrdom, take on a tragic grandeur. The fate of Spanish Jewry has left an impress which can never be effaced. Today, the traveller wandering over the impoverished land views the monuments of former glory and sees a people, once energetic and adventurous, now sunk in sloth, ignorance, and lassitude. He can only conclude that the decline and fall of the vast empire of Charles V was due to those very massacres, tortures, burnings, and expulsions that crushed, expelled and destroyed its ablest inhabitants. Liebman To Speak At Hollywood Services The Hollywood Jewish Community Center will participate in the third annual observance of National United Synagogue Sabhath on February 16 and 17, it was announced by Dr. Herbert Heiden, president of the congregation. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig has pre(1 a special service at late I lay night services. February 16, at which Seymour B. Liebman will be the guest speaker. Liebn, Miami attorney and member of the board of the United Syna[ue of America, will speak on "Is Yours A 'Jewish' Community Center?" The theme of this year's observance is "The Spiritual Mobilization of Conservative Judaism." A ten-point program for the mobilization of all spiritual remrces of the Conservative movement has been drafted by the I mted Synagogue and will be presented on United Synagogue S ihbath from the pulpit throughout the country. Cantor Mordecai Feinerman will chant the liturgy assisted by the choir. North Shore Center To Install Sunday Abe Shefferman, executive secretary of Adas Israel Congregation, will be principal speaker at the second annual installation of the North Shore Jewish Center on Sunday, February 18, at 6:30 p.m. at the Strath-Haven Hotel. Rabbi Philip Fried will offer Beach Center Unit To Hear Rabbi Kronish Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on "Does Religion Have A Meaning In These Critical Days?" in the eighth in a series of 12 forum d.scussions on "The Art of Jewish Living" which is offered as Part of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Adult Education Institute <-n Wednesday, February 21, at 9:30 p.m. These lectures which are open to the public, follow the adult Hebrew classes held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Among the classes offered are elementary, intermediate and advancd Hebrew, history courses and a course on the development of Israel. the invocation and benediction, and Rabbi Max Shapiro will install the officers. Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and Moses Mescheloff have been invited to represent the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Musical portion of the program will be provided by Hy and Pauline Fried. 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W. 7th Street "Try Our Special Family Dinners" jjfew China Restaurant Complete Dinners At Reasonable Prices PS Punches, also a-la-carte I and orders to take out I 8 S -E. 1st St. phone 2-9348 ^Ncl ;irlii. ConKiniK'iion Coaii|aiiy ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS ROADS — STREETS — PARKING LOTS — DRIVES ASPHALTS — TARS — ROAD OILS Since 1931 1085 N. W. 56th Street Phone 7-3558 Miami 38, Florida HARRY FINCHER, INC. OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE ALL MOTOR CARS 1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 43-8704 BROTHERHOOD WEEK Sponsored by the National Confi rence of Christians and Jews Brotherhood Week By DAVID SCHWARTZ (Copyright. 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc ) Thi object of iirotherhood Week is to generate a deeper conception of human brotherhood in order that hate and prejudice among man may be replaced by respect and love. Yet the fact is that the first murder committed in the world, according to the Bible, was that of a brother. Cain murdered his brother Abel. Apparently the mere consciousness of brotherhood does not solve all problems. Cain had no doubts whatever that Abel was his brother. "Am I my brother's keeper?" he asked. If we continue with the Bible story, the same conviction is reinforced. Indeed, we almost develop the conviction that brotherhood, instead of being a boon, is a menace. Take the case of Esau and Jacob. Here again are two brothers—twins in fact—and yet Jacob, fearing that Esau will murder him, runs away. Fourteen years later he is still afraid that brother Esau will put him on the spot. Again, take the case of Joseph and his brothers. These brothers first plan to murder Joseph, then decide to sell him to a slave dealer and Joseph is sold into bondage; and, as a result, all Israel become bondsmen. Brotherhood was responsible for Israel j becoming Egyptian slaves. It's a bad record—if we judge from the Bible stories. There is a Jewish proverb to the effect that no one can do as much injury to a person as he himself. Perhaps we may take these Bible stories as being something of an application of this principle. However, if we plumb deeper, we bign to see that it is not brotherhood per se which is at fault. There is something similar about all three of the instances mentioned — something which transcends the fact of their being brothers. Let us look into the case of Cain and Abel again. The Bible tells us why the murder occurred and the best psychiatrist could not explain it better. The Bible tells that Cain and Abel prepared offerings for God and that Abel's offering was preferred. I thing it is easy to visualize it. Adam and Eve came %  along to see their children's ofi ferings. Eve looked at Abel's of|fering.and said, "Isn't it wonderful?" Then she looked at Cain's offering and said. "Cain, why don't you make it as nice as Abel's?" And so Cain developed an inferiority feeling. Now let us take the case of Jacob and Esau. Hero we have the same thing. 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ly. FEBBUABY 6 19S ? Jenisti Fk>rkfian PAGE 3B lount-Sinai Education, Research Program Expanding at profession here sit up Ice notice. sinai's educational role ,'mmunitv may be ascribed -act that Samuel Gertner, ,e director, and the board believe that any hosn jt s salt must be more sick bay. only does the hospital eekly clinical-pathologiclinical-medical conferwhich the staff dismedical and surgical it and compares dia1 the time of admission inal diagnoses, but the hospital is planning its nual seminar for all doclhe community. The B which promises to be he most important medietings ever held here, devoted to cardio-vascu.ents and will feature the foremost authorities field. It is scheduled for 24 and 25 at the Sorolel. to speak at the seminar avid I. Abramson, clinical professor, department of ., University of Illinois, nding physician at Hines s Hospital; Dr. Charles W. n. assistant visiting surMassachusetts Memorial s, and instructor in surBoston University; Dr. r S. Kety, professor of physiology, graduate f medicine. University of vania. chief of physiolordiovascular section, Phil('.crural hospital, and t physiologist, University Dr. John W. Gofman, It professor of medical gy, Donner Laboratory, ity of California, and instructor of medicine, ity of California Medical all times so that staff members may conduct research, study or read. Another source of training is the medical records room, which compiles all the charts on patients hospital. These charts. in the Medicine, assistant surgeon at University Hospital, visiting neurosurgeon, Cleveland Hospital; Dr. Otto S. Saphir, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago; and Dr. Samuel Bellet, assistant professor of cardiology, University of Pennsylvania Graduate Medical School. Making plars for the seminar are Drs. David A. Nathan, A. R. Hollander, Louis Lemberg, Paul N. Unger Morris Blau, Julius Pearson and Leon H. Manheimer. Mount Sinai sponsors an inservice training program for nurses. At weekly meetings members of the nursing staff discuss techniques and procedures, as well as nursing problems. The hospital also conducts courses for nurses aides, and the board of directors is now considering the establishment of a one-year course for practical nurses. As part of its teaching program, the hospital has prepared four manuals for the guidance of the medical and nursing staffs. These manuals, which have been termed "invaluable teaching tools," include "Manual of Information for the House Staff," "Precedent Book of Medical Service," and "Nuring Procedure Manual." Another, entitled "The Formulary of Mount Sinai," is designed to familiarize the staff with drugs in the hospital pharmacy. It not only instructs, but, through its efforts to cut duplication of drugs which have the same purpose, saves the hospital thousands of dollars each year. In addition, the hospital has established a medical library which contains "every worthwhile medical textbook" and subscribes to over 60 publications in all languages. The library is open at :al Advisory Board Major Role In ftal Operation edical advisory board of Sinai Hospital plays an |ingly important role in of the hospital. Com|of the 12 heads of the mediral departments in Ipital. the medical advisory Idirects all of the departactivities of the medical ling the board is Dr. Abra[ollender, president. Other i are Di Alfred Levin, vice fcnt. and Dr. Milton P. Trav1 ry-lreasurer. I of the board's chief funclis the teaching program 1 %  hospital, which provides an f lange of knowledge the doctors through periconfi rences and grand of the hospital by the bf moi; ,1 men serving each hment, Thus the patients for ( xample, serve as truction and disfor all the doctors in that imem I American Medical J lies to the hospif for interne trninthese rounds will ial benefit to the who spend six months I and six months in d m< dicine. 350 doctors serve on onai staff, with the folIK medical men acting as Nent chairman: Richard M. Fleming, gensurgery; Dr. Elias Freidus, "'cis; Dr. Lewis Glueck!" eral practice; Dr. Solomon nan urology; Dr. Hollenotolaryngology; Dr. Ralph L?wS? lcs and Bynecology; aipn Kirsch, ophthalmology; *vm. radiology; Dr. David in. internal medicine; Dr. mn 5 yet> P at holog y ; Dr. "yl.havers, fractures and l I £! uma : Dr Herbert Virgin, IPedics. [May the hospital will hold 7 on cardio-vascular disUnent H W bring nationally Mnent doctors here to lec, il. medi l men of this 0n latest developments in the Mount Sinai Provides Care for Negro Patients Mount Sinai Hospital provides for its colored patients the same care and facilities that are available for white patients. In a 24-bed section located on the first floor of the hospital, Negro patients receive medical and surgical care by the medical staff. Facilities are available for maternity cases, and a separate nursery houses the new-born infants. The Negro section is equipped with its own pantry, utility room, medicine room and nurses' station. In addition, Negro patients have access to the facilities of the out patient department for maternity and general medical care. on age when most hospitals are still grappling with emental problems as coordinating services and ironing Mount Sinai, with remarkable precocity, has embarked n educational and research program that would do credit nital many years its senior and many times its size. SP shor; t=me that this < has been in existence. School; Dr Claude S. Beck, pro\ whl ch are reviewed by the hosade the members of the fesSQr of NeU rosurgery, Western I ?i tal record committee to see that' Reserve University School of !" ey conform to Mount Sinai standards, are filed with cross references so that staff members may study them with ease. The attempt to make Mount' Sinai a genuine teaching institu! tion is manifested even in the! lower echelons. The hospital has been giving employment to New Americans in order to teach them American work methods and generally improve their technique and their knowledge of the language. Proof that the desire to educate is infectious may be found in the seminars conducted by the Mount' Sinai Women's Auxiliary. In the realm of research, too, the year-old hospital has been playing a significant part. It Sinai Dietary Department Is Expanded Changes and expansion in Mount Sinai Hospital's dietary department has increased to 60 the number of personnel at work in the modern kitchens and floor pantries, under the direction of the staff of six dietitians headed by Mrs. Mathilda Brenner. Among the unusual services which they provide are selective menus for patients who are not on prescribed diets. Each patient in Mount Sinai Hospital daily receives a printed menu which carries his own name, indicative of the personalized service. With sufficient notice, trays may be served to the patient's guests at a charge. Because of the unusually large number of cardiac patients in this area, 60 percent of hospital patients are on special diets ordered by their doctors, and these are under the administration of the dietitians. Two Kosher kitchens j function for the use of orthodox I patients. In January alone, Mrs. Brenner and her staff purchased food and i directed its preparation by Chef Oscar Braga and his two cooks for a number of meals totalling 33,000—to patients and employees at Mount Sinai. Each of the three patient floors at the hospital, including one maternity and two general, has its own floor pantry and a dietitian, who handles the dietary problems of the patients and dor-tors. The floor dietitian visits all patients on her floor as frequently as necessary while they are hospitalized to assure their proper dietary care. For the benefit of employees, a meal ticket system is in operation in the cafeteria to give food at a lower cost than could be obtained outside the hospital. has contributed thousands of dollars to the University of Miami medical research department and has assisted with the department's clinical work. These projects include work on a diagnostic substance for detecting pathological tissue and assistance on the Winchellpublicized cobra venom polio treatment. Medical History Of Each Patient Kept In Mount Sinai Medical Records Room A complete medical history of every patient admitted to the hospital can be found in Mount Sinai's medical records department. This division of the hospital i also provides records and digests' from which, at any given moment, a complete statistical survey of | hospital activities can be made. Over 600 inpatients per month are recorded in the medical records department. From the I initial admission sheet to the final discharge of the patient, a progressive medical history of the \ patient is kept on file. A typical medical history consists of a I patient's physical history, pro-1 gress notes during hospitalization, a doctor's sheet, surgical and' anaesthetic permits, anaesthetic: study record, operative record, pathology report, laboratory report, temperature charts. X-ray reports, EKG (heart test) report, | and a nurse's day-by-day record of the patient's progress. This material is filed in the hospital's medical records departj ment so that at any time the inI formation for a cross-index of i hospital activities is available to i doctors and staff analysts. Under I the direction of a medical records I librarian, the medical records department uses the standard nomenture required by the American College of Surgeons, by which it has been approved, in making up a monthly "doctor's index." | This index indicates the number of patients handled each month \ by Mount Sinai's doctors, and the i types of diseases and operations involved. The medical records department must also keep current its charts indicating a complete ; check on the patient as he leaves the hospital. In addition to its multiple recording functions, the {medical records department processes all patient insurance reci ords. Should a patient hospitalized at Mount Sinai have a previous ; medical history at another hospital, the medical records department procures this material, and also makes medical information | concerning patients in Mount I Sinai available to other hospitals. The medical records department too, has an extensive exchange of I statistical material with hospitals 1 all over the country. An unusually efficient system for insuring absolute accuracy for operative and diagnostic his• tories is utilized in the medical I records department. Most hisI tories of operations performed at Mount Sinai are dictated by the doctor in sound-proof audiograph booths. The history is then trans1 cribed by the five medical and surgical secretaries in the department. After each chart in medical records is checked for completeness, it is turned over to a records committee, which is composed of men from each department of internal medicine: internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, orthopedics, and EENT. These specialists check the charts for medical accuracy, compare the data on the chart against the diagnosis, and, when this detailed processing is completed, the material is finally filed in the medical records department. The medical records division is also responsible for Mount Sinai's monthly staff meetings. -It keeps monthly deportment reports and makes a complete month-bymonth survey of hospital service; that is, the number of patients discharged from each department, the number of operations performed, other pertiment information. Through its medical records the hospital knows at all times where the greatest emphasis should be laid in servicing the community's hospital needs. Hospital To Open Physical Medicine Department Soon The advent of the month of March is to bring the first treatment of patients in Mount Sinai Hospital's new physical medicine and rehabilitation department, now being prepared in the building adjacent to the outdoor swimming pool on Johns island at 4300 Alton Road. Hydro therapy, or physical treatment in the waters of the pool and bv whilrpool bath machine will play a prime role in the work of the new department. Those to be treated will include persons paralyzed from various illnesses. Following approval bv the board of trustees, the physical medicine and rehabilitation department was set up under the direction of Samuel Gertner. executive director of the hospital, Dr. Meyer J. Glick and Dr, Samuel B. Kleinman. Dr. Glick and Dr. Kleinman will personally screen all patients before referral to the new department. Staffing the new department at the outset will be two trained physio-therapists, who have been (Continued on page 5 B, col. 5) desaeV 7 [ ^ j Jfc. (jMi ssf || 1 L^kw"~~~t I J. %  *_ %  -~ ;J*> { to Lv jp" m h< z>~ *iMtf MK$ &fe •a *A H^F ,,,V 7"> ; %  ..**Mrt| %  4 An operation is in progress In one of Mount Sinai two major operating rooms. All operating rooms In the hospitals air-conditioned surgery wing • finished in green tile from floor to ceiling —Tlerney & KUlimtsworth and are equipped with explosive-proof switches and plugs, cutting down on static electricity and thereby reducing the danger of anaesthetic explosions.



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'" er of Reform Conservative Groups Disc UaafjU III ft llll6riG3 %  3: The dan^"; ITHE ADVENTURES :ul the" the rul\j.,:, countries 1 Syria is taking m attempting to (if a deould inu il have no ti 'i with Britain %  • I g IVI : nmi i ta that a n :,i for the Middle d rael This JO far, n.)i accept. any of the other The Syrian move preted as aimed not Soviel Union, but ell The .. not in cornel with the Turkish that a solid Middle i!... bloc must include all circumstances ;>.. mier Nazem altour of Arab capna de it clear to the thai the fact that E t has D >t fi| in Hi.' E il three %  the p issibility ii n may be in danii in a future %  i the Arab the %  dly ati H :l al til' I mp rid the v Sti ti Departed; of! I on th cun nl • ui Th s \ iheson rs in the be sur:. %  % %  .. gal in 31 >n as one i ri the i of the lury, kept in closi %  i n for Z th • this special pri' ,in earliei eration I demand tion for Zionist in all countries. I s. vs. RUSSIA: All wh owing n the Unil '. Ld read Prof. Max 1 n'a "The American Ii iRus i 1784-1917," r ,,, ,., d Conservative congreed by McMillan ga not ,,,,;.. s ,. n;e Thi • % %  us scholarly book ; T :il tU over Amerh 1 fas itin iding,' inai mu .,. ; 0 vative it throws lighl on the many. and influences of America ia p y. u ., more Reform than up to the time the Communists many so-called Reform temples, came in p iwer Jews will be i;1 .| v ;,... Vl rsa people in similly int. ; ,h chap| ar f cia] IIlf | fraternal strata beter on Am gation of a ,. ,,,. .,, -,.,.), grou p S .. An 1 tno I. %  Zi ini m< \ ement During il. I f in Rus si i. in 1917, % % %  was vice: ; the T> %  at of nalities in th ry of N'TTY TRENDS: The Coi vative religious groups in Ai cd in the ranks i %  • • i rabbis, of both c that i separate lies'Ul_ r" EN IIOL2 Konhol/ Kosher JSeat Products Phone 48-0346 For Free Delivery Anywhere Exclusive for "999' Real Kosher—New York 2S34 PONCE DE LEON (Cor. Almeria Ave.) WHOLESALE & RETAIL V/E WILL SERVE HOTELS AND FtrSTAURANTS We are under the supervision of the Gieater Miami Vaad Hnk.ishruth, ui Joseph C. R.-.ckjvsky, Director machin ith Russia, in Q j ^ ne xiational organizations, they I Czarist discrim... y ^ c lU ;1 De accomplished with. ator is now : i lei he Weizt. le fr im the Israel n tl he can move %  I States and I leadto forn il to the ning World Zi m. hi lull I for July be between -130 I the C ingress : and I wt ntj -two %  from the United ling fill from the n against Jews Much ieen written about the abroof this treaty, but i ubjeel been treated as exhaustive!) as by Prof. I I internal Yoik reputation, Prof. L bond camat the University of St. P bur In R i and now tea %  c ,],.,.: | i Unive lity ... His nt of the American-Rusout disturbing the autonomy of I:. idu il ci ngr< gations i point out thai as a matter of fact, individual congregations, whethei Reform or Conservative, now enjoy complete autonomy v and have a in their practices ... A religious consolidation reorientated toward modern promotional methods could bring teaof th Study at 7 4M6 ART SCHOOL 1822 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD • PHONE 9-9622 for an interesting hobby or a distinguished career. sian dispute over the rights of s8n( js of additional Jewish famiican -lews in Czarist Russia is exhaustive, because it is built not only on American doctary material but also on an %  • And it shows h >w the reactionary and liberal elements in Russia reacted to the Sanization of America resolution by the U.S. abrogating Hadassah Some of a treaty which had been in force %  Zionist leaders now forms in the structure for abouf 80 years Inciden. tally, Prof. Laserson, whom I .' a Id Zionist Organizahave had the pleasure of knowAmong other things they I ing for about a quarter of a cenlies into formal synagogal affiliation, some leaders believe Especially active in advoi such consolidation is .1. S. Ackerman, president of. the Chicago Federation of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations He believes that a merger of the Reform and Conservative groups rould make possible a reorientation of Jewish communal life around the synagogue ... It is estimated that each of these two groups represents about 10 percent of American Jewry They are presently raising together about $2,000,000 a year for thennational organizations The combined Orthodox groups in America also represent about 10 percent of American Jews There are, of course, also a large 1 number of Jews who are not for; mally affiliated with a synagogue j i and who purchase tickets for High j Holiday services only The latter constitute probably about 125 percent of the American Jew| j ish population. URST RACE 8:00 P.M. ym -e • NO MINORS ALLOWED TONIGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. Kosher Killed Chiekens TENNESSEE POULTRY & EGG CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL WEDS. A.M. THURS. A.M. 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%  PAGE 12 C >lrs. Warburg lurroasos iilit TVI JA Ilv $500,000 For Total Of SblO.OOO New V. rk. (JTA —M as made 1 : I I v, it v.. nn an I this 31 .'-.; | N S15 %  %  • :ii F %  .... In n %  I I £ Ii n i ....... .. ; • „ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 losi CM** Groups To Offei Brotherhood Program February 20 GableS y r0U P*/"^ m w i ,i direct a skit dealing with thetrict Grand Lodge Five. wiU A BS£5i *T uT£S'S 0 th*ood Week theme, it has speak, and will be Reduced by IW—!! been announced by the women, JtS^tBS^Sf Chapter president, Mrs. A. FranK dent of Lynchburg a ,, ^ • lins. :the Lynchburg City c %  \bv M. Schewel of Lynchburg. ma ny years and pres, ; V. president of B'nai B'rith Dissynagogue for more than JO years. in a joint meetfulsday.F ry>. at 8:18 Gables Jewish C< nl hler. program men 8 group. v is The < •.::-' Mrs H iHl N %  %  a: i i -. ronference prior :o : r ning 250 c:t m:' %  /.. N V UJA G. McDonald -. %  .-. %  i %  "In its sj tual ithy .: I : M iligns West. n this : to 1 States n the nl : %  '." plat [or t open• I a nalce in s %  r :o the 1 M I %  State: E War' S ..Simonhoff To Speak To Beach Zionists nh iff, 1 'i--••" : '.. : st for The Jewish world traveler, will .'. speaker at the i ling of the Miami Beach Z. nisi :. Club or. Wedm 'February 21. at 12:15 p.m.. at Lincoln Manor, according to *Harold Shapiro, chairman and ster. Sim nl :':' one of the oi izers of the Zionist Organization f Ameri an In Miami, recently returned from h:> third trip at Europe and Israel. His topi U be "Growing Pains : Isi ael : li n< WS, Gathered hie dispatches, will • s H Lee, hman will lead coming. Ass S .ingeDaniel M. Broad. Pi ..'. r Samuel Kelemer. P ti rman and I ;inj Sholem Luncheon Club To Hear District Officer F %  %  %  : : L:ci • Schewel To Address Hollywood Lodge I L lg< B'nai B'rith, i W 21 will B'rii : :. ".' P r.t Louis Chan %  SSfrl. AUGUST BROS Rv* V" *' BEST* DOOM SPEEDOMETH REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks • Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK • EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE J 1354 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph.9-3144 ro iflfl through the use of -C£r NYLON TENTS ffl The Cost is reduced more than \'i 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY ^KLWOOD <, AND SUBTERRANEAN Tfffe. TERMITES Xh PHONE 5-3444 SO HOIIOA'S IA*GEST EXTERMINATING CO. SlT'S A REAL FREEZER! A separate compartment with a separate door. Holds up to" 70 pounds; of frozen foods. Freezes fresh foods and leftovers! S IT'S A BIG REFRIGERATOR! A separate compartment with a separate door. Never needs defrosting! And it's reftlly big—15X square feet of shelf area! if IT'S GOT Aimco MAGNETIC ooow. The new miracle doors that seal magnetically! No slamming, no latches, no noise! Lower door opens with the touch of a foot pedaL if AND IT'S GENERAL ELECTRIC! Yes—the famous G-E sealed-in refrigerating system assures you of years of dependable service ar.d lowest operating cost. Plus the finest, worksaving features. 1200 CORAL WAY wceCom^panu Authorized Dealer GENERAL^ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS



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Y I I. PAGE 10 C VOGUE Laundry and Cleaners PHONE 5-7489 The Best For Less Office and Plant 1425 20th Street MIAMI BEACH Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Tracking 1812 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-3144 GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS MIAMI, FLA. A Most Happy Brotherhood Week To All Dr. Roger W. Arnold 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA METALLIC ENGINEERING CO. Spc :ializing in All y Metals 275 S. W. 6th STREET SHOP PHONE 9-5B34 jjAjfafe/jPClfcC FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 lo^, Dale County* Circuit Court Judges JVXSSttMEtt SflSSiTJS M. Appointees are Judges Morris. Crawford and G.bUn. Charle's A. Carroll. Marshall C. Wiseheari. Senior Judge George E. Livesay Window Co.. Inc. PRECAST CONCRETE WINDOW FRAMES 3044 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-2503 Tune in "Jewish I — The daughter of a Hebrew teacher ther of three strapping graduated Hunter C'liege here last t 53. Her sons, tendinj liege, had nothing on mother. Mr;. Miriam Sosnoff. who didn't %  back in the '20s she wanted I family, said she didn't I the forthcoming graduation unusual. Her friends, she said, had adt play mah attend tea? instead of attending But Mrs S maintained that she didn't like teas jr mah jong. "I went back to school." she said." because it made n The people are I I imething they Thi Bi -.\ m thi r cami to the States at the age of 9. lied her fath< i I %  jld go she's 16, Foil 3osi eft school I Bui hool 11 to. atti %  I at S %  %  M nd by :. %  that t! ft! :".: %  her i :: to the result I in :'.• part f her j Thi M • :. had • : hool and %  '. :. fl long an i education i • • "Y u didn't finisl told I ther. S • case, but • : decision. "Why don't you rectify it?" thi asked. ': abmitted that her i was "the first time I thought of going back to college." WHY / YOUR BE$T BUY Block from Vm*% Sqvor* WoWn| dWtorvc* to •verythinQ wortriwtil. LINCOLN 44th.,45th STS.8th AV. NEW YORK Throe Graduates ege At Age Of 53 S:x semesters later the Bronx mother who says she never allowed her schooling to interfere with housework, prepared to graduate from Hunter with high grades. Tl it her three vears as a student the Jewish i mother still managed to cook dinner for her husband and Margin, who attends City College of New York here. %  I've haa a wonderful time," she commented. ElanU Haiti* in Mlanking The Pan American Bank of Miami jumped 215 places in the list of the nation's largest banks, according to a tabulation announced this week. With deposits of $23,573,632 on Dec. 30, the bank was 753rd in size in the c luntry, compared with 968th at the end of 1949. The standings were compiled by the Daily American Banker of Ni \ York, which announces a roll call of bank h year. Britain. U. S. Discuss Middle East Defenses NEW YORK, (JTA) — Senior British and American officers in the Mediterranean area have been discussing the Middle East as a soft spot in the defenses of the anti-Communist alliance, it is reported in the New York Times in a cable from its London correspondent. Clifton Daniel. The correspondent says that in the event of a war. a successful thrust by the Russians' southernfront armies might overrun the Middle East. "For the moment," the correspondent says, "the Western powers and the countries I of the Middle East must rely on 'hope because their military re! sources are slender." He asserts that "between Ankara and Karai chi there is not a single government that is both stable andl strong—not even Israel, which is| energetic and progressive but still economically insecure." "JERRY & MACK RADIATORS Cleaned Repaired & Exchanged (New or Used) ALL CORES MFG. & GUARANTEED IN MIAMI By JERRY & MACK 2034 N. W. 2nd Ave. PH. 9-2603-4 TO ALL GREETINGS HENRY A. POHL. INC. State Distributors GRAY MARINE MOTORS CONTINENTAL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES GASOLINE and DIESEL 410 N. E. 13th Street Phone 2-1577 When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time To Buy Some M. R. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 622 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 48-9876 At will & Co. — Investment Bankers 60S Lincoln Road, Miami Beach First National Bank Bldg. PHONES 5-5816 — 82-2636 10k. $ FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY X 1400 loom, x* I I Tub owl Showor. f $300 Alka-Seltzer AT ALL DRUG STORIS Simon Seiden St !_ -ITS: T^GUST BROS ftvi *. t •. r is f'' IS* ST J H. L. ROHERTSON PLUMBING — PHONE 83-2695 Heating and Gas Installation* "We Cover Greater Miami" Miami. Flo. 3148 Coral W



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'AGE 4 A +Jmtst> thrkUan FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 EDITORIAL lirothvrhood In Action It wttt ngly :rhreatei lemoc no i iir. The ocean I :ontin< 1 I a common daily in a sea ut a qc %  ipple as compared v and stress I was roc:•:';:•-:; modern waa mm through the world. Fe-r con.'.i ie hearts of men everywhere cs the ugly German military machine was spreading I poisofious ter.acles in all directions. But deep in the hearts of the democratic people was also a •aith deeper than the ocean. Daily the leaders of the democracies spoke of :hat faith while men in action were daily giving %  heir lives for it. There were hundreds, and periaps thousands, of incidents that lifted the grim business of war from the level of blood to the level of spirit. But none compared with the traaic epic ">f the four American chaplains who went down to >ea of! Greenland, arms locked together, pray.: n unison to one God as the troopship to which hey brought God's word wavered and sank index the in tiemy torpedo. Here were our men ol God of difl t j ninaions, n of unity of our. he thi are • • %  ose l. 1 FEBRUARY 18-26, 1951 DTHERHOOD WEEK ere compensated by the experience c: the four men of God praying to a common God and in a common tongue in a Mount Sinai One picture is worth a thousand words and seeing" is believing are the expressions that without question apply to Mount Sinai Hospital. Those of us who have had the opportunity to see for ourselves, have witnessed a real ph menon. The transformation of the then existing structure to the present Mount Sinai is truly remarkable for it is only the first anniversary that is being observed this week. To these who have been instrumental in achieving the recognition for the hospital that it has received goes the throbs and admiration of the entire community. Those who have worked tirelessly and given of their time and money to make this institution a real service organization can today realize that the results have justified the effort. Our sentiments on the jubilee occasion can be expressed in no better way than our tribute in a five page supplement this week devoted to the progress of Mount Sinai Hospital. moment of tragic adversity. Certain it is too that those who survived the nightmare will never forget the spectacle of the four going down handin-hand, as if forged together by a higher destiny. The moral of the story is so simple that added comment can only detract from it. We can only hope that the Chapel established in Washington to the memory of the four will serve as a reminder to the people of this country that manifestation of higher qualities by man needs never depend on special circumstances. If men can be forged together in common struggle, there is no reason why they cannot live in unity in peace. ludaism Institute Set hr Feb. 22 To j %  %  %  Pai %  %  i L L< : %  v n i R i;. %  • %  %  iOwell Thomas. Jr. •VmSj>;-uk Here %  %  n %  Wh .. '• al i %  • %  %  %  n li frt '. Resei va t I 11 1 irm II mum 3 • B u: : I nt. I Beach Opera Group Guild Director %  i "C %  full tisti %  I B %  : D I J • Cables •lewis.i Forces I iiili* For I'.IA Service the C I ii • %  %  %  y, t I %  B'rith 1 t District K %  %  • ; I %  %  Musical Panorama ISSEftfiPSfV* IfioBiB 4 aril I'artv Set For February 29 i Young W il %  :; will ; on Tuesday, Fi al 8 p.m. at li ime Milk A tion, 2451 N.W. 7th V l. • i an ann in Koch, president. Adele Kl event, elude Do:: •: •'• Lois Cl n I Trudi i :• the proof G M l' I thi I h Cenl m Tu F p.m. Ovei • led by S -.. the tat hi %  be and, _, Lit Sholem Card Party f the ] I 0 Stern %  %  %  v.' J ti Working oi %  < the p Mrs. V J eph Dun) v Mi B Garden Experts Invited To Attend Meeting hb : Workshop Will Present "Fight To The Finish" • :'s pn :shop for D heard this Sun 1 : %  18 al 7:45 p.m W'MIE. I ) appear in mi a:o I! ih I) r>er, I. .well Thing. Vic Kn b man, J. P. Fox, s. I s mny Still 1 i cted by 11 '' with Steve K --'er i • ..an. wel pass out than Mrs. Firtel Hostess %  I %  rabbi, %  ntly re%  • America, wh v, |] in behalf of th,. 1 i. [u, for B I a. I. Upon the tour, he will stop in Tea,, v. U-M Prof. To Read Play P : Sam Hirsch of the Uni' M imi drama dep ead Wol rtl Gibbs" Broadway hit, "Season in the on Monday, February 19, al 8:30 p.m. at the Blackstone Hotel. Resi rvations may be made ''.' %  illing 5-9783. Sholom Women Will Hold Journal Luncheon i % % %  '• i the fur %  SSI of the n • p Jemstii1cri


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r *v FEBRUARY 16, 1951 lady Selling Most Tickets To Hadassah I Saturday Will be Named Queen *Jewist rkriciirin PAGE 11 A f ihr Ball" will be the the member selling ts to the first anih Medical Organizae sponsored by the nprising the Greater r of Hadaasah 'on I nary 17, at 8:30 ifiami Beach Municiiiu. trophies will be .'. nni i S of various k a old fashjpned LJJ. : and rumba com%  will bo headlined team of Adela and [ity committee will dents of "all %  n Sirkin, GreatCl ipter; Mrs. Morris %  Senesch Group; Goldman, Theodore Herzl Group; Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, Stephen S. Wise Group; Mrs. Bernard Goldberg, Shaloma Group; Mrs. Melvin Weinkle, Menorah Group:-Mis. Bernard C. Fuller, Deb irah Group; Mrs. Isabel S.'Altholz, Henrietta Szold Group: Mrs. Mne Feingold, Ml. Scopus Group: Mrs. Irving Westin, Israeli Group; Miss Rosalyn Klein. Miami B & P Group; Marguerite Marx, Miami 1 B & I' Gump. Assisting Mrs Alexander K chairman of the event, are the M. -dames Aaron Courshon, l. EH, Max Gratz, Edythe Goldberg, Murray Gi Herbert Gutman, Fred Jonas, Hairy P Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, J Shawmut and Benjamin Sanderson. Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, vice president, Greater Miami Chapti r, will direct several choral arrangements to be performed that evening. "Proceeds from this function will be used for Hadassah's comprehensive medical and welfare program in Israel," Mrs. Kogan said. Tickets may be purchased from members of the committee and at the box office. Reservations indicate that 3,000 persons will attend. Junior Teen Agers To | Sponsor Barn Dance The Beth David Junior Teen \ Agers will sponsor a barn dance on Saturday. February 24, at 8:30 ; | p.m. at. the synagogue. Games and square and novelty dances will highlight the evening, according to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Plotkin, who are directing the affair. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE I'liyriT COURT OF Till: III JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHAM i;i:v. No 138701 HELEN ELIZABETH UICKETTS, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM /. RICK i Ti Oe i iidant, TO: \\ M.r.i \\i %  /. RICKETT8 i' %  .. |— • MORRISTOWN, N. .IKK. YOl lied to i \,. :i copy "! your an wor lo the Rill ,.r Oom%  or th< i ilntiff's %  : %  th< of the Cli [ %  %  \ '" ; Court • bi fore the i '•"' "' > for II hereton will In %  I I. you. I DATED al Mi fla, this n da ry, AMI 19 E. B. LEATHERMAN, i 'lerk of the Cli ill C Count}-, i-1. %  .-..iii 1 HM \V. STOCKING, MURRAY QOODMAN '' l "' tin i Building Vllnnii, Florida LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Kuri ntly appealing before local oups is Dan Kahn, teacher of Ik and square dancing, caller folk dance demonstrator, irmcrly a member of Dvora apson's dance group which perrmed Chassidic. Israeli and ddish folk dances for the Jewish iucation Committee, Kahn was strumental in bringing folk nee groups lo Carnegie Hall, adisor Square Garden and the aldorf Astoria. He participated the Round the World Dance "es from 1945 to 1949 and rked at Grossinger's Country ub last summer. He is staying 1512 Pennsylvania Ave., Mii Beach, 58-6038. Monte Carlo Night Is Slated For Saturday West Miami Post 223, Jewish War Veteran.; of the United States of America, will hold a "Monte Carlo Night" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matza, 1320 Sylvania Blvd., West Miami, on Saturday, February 17 at 8 p.m. TRACK & SHORE INN 279 N.E. 79th St. Complole Prime Ribs B _-i ^ of Beef Dinner I Weekdays 5 to 8:30 Sundays 12:30 to 8:30 CLOSED TUESDAYS Ph. 84-3897 Free Parking NELLO G. CHEKEY •Scientific* Equipment SKILLED MECHANICS Guaranteed Workmanship Drive In Today — Save Wear and Tear on Your Tires WHEELS ALIGNED Any Make Car j, -jr*\ ^ "Vour Friendly Chevrolet Dealer' TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS | W -fUGLER$ T PHONi 9*441 2300 N.W. 7th AVE. PHOHf 2 I40 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TI I E C'| RCUIT ''' il'RT IK I'll I: HTM .11 DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I>A1)K I %  %  >l'NTY.*g*L< IUIIIA IN CHANCERY, No, I:, -To,;; MINNIK l.i IIIAK, II ilntiff, vi WILLIAM I.I.IIAK. Defendant TO: WILLIAM LOHAK & HERMAN ,v CANTER. ESQS. !•> E. 11 si St., New ITork, \. v. YOV are ri ciuli ed to nerve a copy of your answer to the Kill of Complaint for l Hvorce on the Plain) ffa attorney ami rii.ii .Iglnal answer In the Ifflce of the I 'lei k of the I !lrcuil Court on or before the 16 day of March, A.D. 1951: otherwise, the Hill of Complain) for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as i onfessed lv \ ou. DATED at Miami, Florida, on this II ilav cf Feb., 1951. E, B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of i 'iicult < 'ourt, l >ade < 'ountj Ploi Ida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. MURRAY OOODMAN, Plaintiff's \ mi Ulympin Building Miami. Florida. 2 16-23 3 2-9 ST" ICKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'H COURT IN' VND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, — IN PROBATE, No. la Re: ESTATE OP HERBERT RANGEL, I ieci i 'i To All Creditors and .V.l Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said R tate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either "i you, may have against th*.' e tate of HERBERT RANOEI %  ceased, laic of I.cs Amrcles County, California, to the Hon. W. P. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In bis office in the 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 loKal address of the 'claimant and to be sworn to and %  T,d as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Bee Section 120 of the 1983 I Probate Act. Date February 14, A D, 1961. SHELDON N. L/ELCHUK, As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A., of the Estate of Herbert Ranged, i leceased. SHELDON N. LELCHUK, Attorney for Anc. Administrator C.T.A. 2/16-23 8/2- ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN i HE CIRCUIT COCRT OK THE KI.I:\ KNTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF PLI >RIOA, IN AND FOR DADE Cl >1 XIV. — IN CHANCERY, No, I3K822-F. WILLIAM I,. PALLOT et ux I al, Plaintiffs, vs WILLIAM CALSINO, • il, 1 ief< ndant. TO: WILLIAM CALSINO, and u mi n i d, h s i nknoWn fe, :r living, i '• dead, all unknown %  or oi hi pai i lea claiming rider o ogalnal Id Deli ml mt, in* now a to be dead and all i i oartli : MATILDA iHINIl ami ('.A dill, i. 1 ii a ; 11 i %  i and • follow Dade i In I 'In i III of the Publlu K< cords ol I 'ade i V'd AM* EACH OP YOU are nol fled thai Bill < plaint to Quiet Tltli : \ mi n Imcnl i" • 'i filed agalnsl :i .i\ you ur< required to of i our \n ivei ling to th< said Bill of C ; he I 'la n tiffs' attorneys. PAI.I.nT. SILVER, TATHAM, AH IX) ,v MULLOY, -"I Ing, Miami. Fl irlda, a nd file the oi Iglnal v nsv, • Ing in the of,i,c of the Clerk of thi Circuit i 'on: i on or bi f the l ith day of Man h. \ I *. 19.11. If you fall to do so. Judgment bj default will be .-. %  ini %  you for the relli f i in said Bill of c plaint. Thi nol Ice ahnll be publit hi d onci each week for four consei in the Jewish FTorldlan, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 13th day of February, A.D. 1951. E. B, LEATHERMAN, ci, rk, CtrcuH Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court .%  i By v. M. w. STOCKING, Deputs I "• %  li 2 16-28 :: 2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE i "iRCUIT I "I Il'RT >!•' Til K ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I'IRCCIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 138661 EUNICE PAY BUROOYNE, Plaintiff, vs. HARRY CECIL BURGOYNE, Defendant. DIVORCE BURGI lYNE metl Parkway Norfolk. Virginia You are hereby notified t'mt a P.ill of Complaint for Dlvorci has been filed aga Lnst you, and requli e. Caldin, TIS Seybolfl BulldiriL-. Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or 1'le.nlinK in th.ofiii f the clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 15th day of March. 1951, if you fail to do BO, Judgment by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint, This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldiap*. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 18 day of Feb. A.D. 1951. %  :. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Conn. Dade County, Florida, (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy clerk. STANLEY I>. CAII>IN 748 Beybold Building Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 2/16-23 3/2-H NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I >!•' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT "I ILORIDA. IN AND Ft IR MAI >E COI .N'i'.V. IN CHANCERY, No. 138621 JOSEPH LIEBMAN", Plaintiff, vs. IDA LlRfl.M w. Defi n lant, SUIT Fl >R DlVi >RI '!. Ti I: 11'A LIEIIMAN, Kl ISCII ISK'I i STREET, BROOKLYN, MEW YORK Y' 'i' are hereb • I, of Complaint for lev. .,• has been filed galm t you, %  %  i to serve j or or Plea on • ut [llton A. Fried rm nd file thi %  i %  ore tin 17th da Int. DONE AND ORDERED A.I '. UMAX, ("lerk, %  r. M C. 1 %  • MILT" IN \ I RIEDMAN, fi r Plaintiff, i ISldg., Miami, Fl • ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE Clltn IT Cl il'RT ( d THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, KU IRIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. JEAN Hi iSENPELD, Plnlnl ff, vs. WILLIAM III ISENFELI'. Di T( I: WILLIAM Ri If EN I ELD Mar) lL'ir, \\. • i • ,; imbla Avi • 'hlcag i, llllno You hereby ordi red and required to si ve a copy i' to the BUI of Complali I foi Dl\ %  e, a copy of which is enclo %  i on Plaintiff's attorney, and file the In tieoffice of i he i of the Cli Count Floi Ida, on or before the 13th daj of Ma i %  !.. 19.11, i h • thi : i'.ill will be taki n as confi.-.-, l DATED: Fi E. B. LEATHERMAN. of tl ii 'ii %  Cou Seal! WM, W. SUIT POR_l l'i i II VRRY CECIL SAMUEL J R VND '.• for Plaintiff 1007 I llj mpl i B la 2 16-23 3 !-9 STi >CKING, 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NANE LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the undei signed, tl nesa under i i ne of Hl-Spei d Batti %  %  • t N'ot Inc I at 2221 N.W. 7th Si ids lo lerk of -. he i' i cult Court of l URT OF THE II Hi JUDICIAL CIRC1 IT IN aYND FOR DADE COUNTY, I LORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No SHIRLEY L. VRGHTE, Plaintiff, vs. HENRY VEGHTE, JR., Defendant. T I II ENRY \ BG1 iTE JR. IN Prospect Ave.. i ilovi i >\ 111*, N. V. YOU are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs n.\ and to t ii,. the oi Iglnal answer In the i ifflce of the Clerk ol the circuit court • before the M day of March. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for i dvnrce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you DATES at Miami. Florida, on this II day of Feb.. 1954. B B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. I'ade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By w.M. w. -MURRAY OOODMANt Plaintiff's Attorney 914 oiympla Ituilding Miami, Florida. 2/16-23 3/2-9 STi K'KINO. Deputy. Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i (TICK IS HEREBY OH EN that tin and. ralg ie ill un l.t the flctil oils name of Ben Dli C (Not Inc.) at Dade C ml F Ida, intends clerk of the cir.uit Court of Dade County. Florida. s \ M BEN S > %  i iwner MANUEL LUBEL \ Vppllcanl 71." I 'an Amerlc in Bank Bldg. %  : 16 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP N'oti.e is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be,i ick Perk., and i oa i ibensteln, ire carrying on bu mess as Read) -Ro isl it 816 7th Street, Miami Beach, has been dissolved by mutual consent and from the 5th day of February, \''~'h all debts due to and owing bj said firm win he d by Lou Ebenati In who vvili continue to carry on the -aid business as the sole owner under the same .1 I'll in iiiiim. Dated the 5th dm) of February, 1951. JACK BERKE LOU EBENSTEIN JOSEPH PARDOj Attorney 914 Beybold liuig. 2/16-23 3/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE I shall not be res|Hnsibie for debts Incurred by anyone' other than myself. LARRY TRIGUERO 3/16-23



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rrilUAY, FEBRUARY 1 i p For Better Health Visit tha GREETINGS Miami Health Institute Day Phone 89-3640 Night Phone 7-7115 G ;r Diatfwsii and^X-Ray DADE REFIXISHERS FURNITURE SAND BLASTING RISC \Y\E EXGIXEERLXG CO. Xnta-s Yacht Rasin 1884 N. W. North River Drive Phone 2-3067 Peerless Manufacturing Co. Mcmuiacrurer oi Corrugated Cartons and Cartons for Fruit Candies 23 N. E. 74th Street Phone 7-0353 GREETINGS Blue Prints — ?L:-:rrts — Pfck-QP and Delivery Service <" KM POST >a^_-.r Hutorltrk Crr-rs::tie CcurtL:use' SEC MANUFACTURING COMPANY 61 NI. 26th Street Phone 2-5365 JAI K < AKf.TO\ > r llv\II.I.F> H \\


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p • PAGE 8 A Jewist*fkfldiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1951 North Shore Groups Will Sponsor llrotherhood Weok Program The Miami Beach community Will be invited to attend a Brotherhood Week program spon; by the North Shore Lodge and Women's Chapter of B'nai BYith on Monday. February 19. at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Ri ligious and civic leaders will talk on "Are We Making Democracy Work'.'" Scheduled to speak Mrs. C. E. Poyer. Biscayne Elementary School; the Rev. Paul ,1, wett of St. John's On-Thc-Lak.. Church: and Rabbi Leon Kronisn of Temple Beth Sholom. Miami h Councilman Melvin Richard will derator. Also scheduled to appear will Vne M. Schewel of Lynchburg. Va president of District Grand Lodge Five. The program is under the direction of Mrs. Herbert Cohen j and Melvin Pazol. Presidents Mrs. Bernard and Leonard in will chair the meeting. Sandr* Prince Chosen "Queen Of Clubs" Misi : ; • and AZA the "Q Clubs" : •; ; %  r Teen-Agi V • %  ny took Queer Clubs" A iter. T I conand pubI %  Cantor Herskovits To Sing At Beth Jacob Cantor Bela Herskovits. known as the "Sing, i Ghetto,' will i ,r this and Saturday for serv: :es and Sund concert at Cong gat B< h E the" Brooklyn. N. V coi • in New Y Bel Bartol H %  1 : .: Tickets for the pi Saturd I Sunday may be ob%  i at thi s) ig %  ui ffice. Pioneer Women Slate Donor Fete A capacity croud is expected to attend the annual donor dinner Mho Creator Miami Council of Pioneer Women, which will be held his vear at the Temple Beth Sholom banquet hall on Sunday, U ary 18. at 12:30 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro, who has been a regular participant in lit d aff:i:rs m past years, will ,,st speaker. Mrs. Bee Jail". lent of the Greater Mam Council of Pioneer Women. wiU Mrs Rosemary G Kaplan, council chairman '• • %  .i. sting Mrs. Kaplan with the tier and other fund-raising and cultural activities promoting Moatzat Hapoalot. arc these Moatzat Hapoalot chairmen: Mrs. ... Club I: Rose Marcus, Club II: Sara Shapoff, Golda Myerson Club: Tillie Sandier. Kadimah Club: Mrs. Kaplan, Medinah Club: and Nora Simon. Brana Rudich Club. Young Adult Group To Meet Monday Night The Young Unmarried Adults of Temple Israel will hold a s] : all m Monday, February 19. at 8:30 p.m. j A symposium on the recent Life magazine article by Rabbi Philip Bernstein entitled "What the Jews Believe" will be held. Dancing and refreshments will follow the cultural program. ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB Inviti hear HARRY S1MONHOFF Mian i Attoi ne.. W n I Trai md Url l • %  %  Colun who %  • SPEAK ON 'Growing Pains Of Israel' Wed., Feb. 21,12:30 p.m. at LINCOLN MANOR, 2 Lincoln Road % I s —Dixie P Sandra Prince is "Queen of Clubs" of the Miami Jewish Community Center Teen-Age Division. Other candidates are (1. to 1.) Joanne Hablow (representing Yiska Serott). Fern Tescher, Edith Hilton and Irma Plotkin. Announving thv Opening of the MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME Specializing in the Care of Elderly avd Chmv.cally ill • 24 Hour Registered Nursing Service • Diets Strictly Observed • All Rooms Semi-Private with Connecting Showers and Baths The Home is Located on the Beautiful*Three-Acre Site Formerly Occupied by the Jewish Home for the Aged in the Heart of the City—Easily Accessible by Bus The Home will be under I ment of LEO ALLEN Former Executive Dirt :he Aged oj G Moderate Rates Inspection is Cordially Invited Phone 9-0278 335 S. W. 12th Ave., Miami. Fla. a a D Famed Writer am Author, oi the Jewish Seem Forum: Can Israel Survive the World Crisis? Questions and Jt)i3cu3Jion Sunday Feb. 1tj 8:15 P.M. Tickets 1 '2 5 3 For Reservations Call 58-2503 Sponsored by HAROLD SHAPIRO v. CHARLES H. LEE JACOB C.VlSHMAN Will Sl-.Ii* -I i %  >liami llcacli Zionist District The Men's Club MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER] Washington at 17th s



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UDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 vJiwfclh fhrgdian LEGAL NOTICE HCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW >'V UIVBN thai ,i, iill, flctlt lous name r.r n( : %  ,-. II N.W %  ml to i. % %  name hi Cln nil :ourl of %  '.-I-/. ,| \ MKH BRESLOW i :'.'.i: 0 l:i:!:.-'l,mv PAGE 11 C LEGAL NOTICE < NOTICE iMRri TO lURT "I THE I CIRCUIT IN >.NI> IDA. I!V, No Iff, \ %  III itWI '•' < int. r.\ Hi RWI rz, ... I Ni iv York |1\ REQI [RED I i p to th. ; i I i nd fll :i t>f the Cl I'IM of the HI" %  • i In Bill ill I" ,' i: I.EATHKKM VN, I lij M C. ] Dcpul BY PUBLICATION l niTHE CIRCUIT IN AND il'NTY, FLt >RI1 "A, i ant. I UlTER, mil I ilvil, \ |l red to I'lali • %  file ill. i t if f lei of %  i %  the \ I I, IS foi I) .ii M II i.. taki ;. i Fli Ida, "'. iIn-51. LEATHERMAN if l 'in nit i County, Florida tt M W. STi II'KINII. 1 1 puty l s of II l,Y>NS, Idlng, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FNAL DISCHARGE ^ou^r^^ffi^, 1 ;^, 1 %  I'ATE < >K "" %  I I LI IS ELKIN, Nl >'i inal %  Adral %  ..Hi day of i .KIN: I • OYD ', %  lor LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,. NAME LAW NOTICE ifl HER 1;v a ,vBN I .ii. [n fictitious na SI..N l-.l. i-. ,\l|. ; V '•"' Co irl, Ml Ida, In• Ith the "i ih.c %  ur | MKLVIN Si E J i 'Al .1 of Dade ill. \M LEGAL NOTICE am tl. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTII MORR1I HIN i. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '• '"•*E, IN H GIVEN that i f oral FJalili I., Coral (iabli 1 1 Circuit Court oi Dade %  %  IIEI N.MAN AARON WEINhTKIN i I HEREBY GIVEN, %  N.ini. Kill ,1, .1. %  %  Incss under the %  i ItY .. IU1LDERB t Ilic.J S W. i .ii, i: id, Miami, Florida, ; il fictitious name i' Clerk of the Circuit "I IHidi County, Florida. i TOST1 ALFRED TOSTI, DWNERS. f.Vl\<; CVPEN Hi Id f Plot Ida, I %  Applicants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IICUIT COURT OK THE 1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 FOR DADE COI NTY. IN CHANCERY, No, Plaintiff, x "' COHEN, Defendant. s con S t rei i, N. York • HEREBY notlfl. ,1 thai .1 divorce I are hereby our answer 1 %  I1 in01 Iginal < hi i". 11, of I n HI befon March dt i,f which Hi. Bill lie taken us conyou, .",. 1951 1: M WEATHERMAN, k of Cln Si -I 1 M i1-1:1.: 1:. Dcu >KA & BPAET, ESQS %  %  ntiff, L NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN 1 'I IUNTY JUDGE H Cl HUT DADE C( >UNT\ I 1.1 ilHDA No. 24231 ICST VTE 1 >F .NATHAN HORN, awl. Ni 'TICE en that 1 hnvi 1 ml petition for Final Dlxchari vdn %  the 1 state of NATHAN HORN, d< .HI the 9th das of March, 1951 to the Honorable VV. F. RLANTl i\. County Judge of I 'ade .' FI01 Ida, for approval 1 'i final rei nd foi final .li.-aa Administratrix of the estate of NATHAN HORN, decs 1 Thi.~ :;.i daj of Januarv, 1951 LENA HINKES MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybolil Rldg Miami, Fla. Ail..1 n. y for Administratrix 2 9-16-23 8 '2 ,.. ., N TiCF DY PUBLICATION % % %  • .1 IL CIRCI IT COURT ni'' THE Til .11 D1CIAL C1H %  ',,.' "ADE %  '* %  IN i'U VNCEKY. No. '" I mt. %  New Yi U, \ Y. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that thundersigned, 1 .undei the 1 Kitty's Market .\ w. 7th nds to imi .;!i the < '!• %  is <.i he Circuit 1 %  1 Dad Co ml y Florida BETTY JEAN GIORDANO I'll PARDO 914 .%  %  bold 1 :i 16 23 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ITICE rs 11..indi %  ige .11 • the flctll 1 IPARTM 1742-7744 B ., : SARAH KARUAL DAVID P. iVTSM VN NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN PHE COUNTY .1 ,|i. r IN VND FOR DADE COUNTY R1DA IN PROBATE, Nol T VTE OF ICLKEN, I % % %  Dated at %  II VN, I I %  tt M, W S M ICKINO, ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 138413. MAX KATZENELL, Plaintiff, vs. f the II Court B) WM. VV. BAMUEL .1. RAM 1 Attorney for Plaintiff 1 •• %  IT 1 llymplo Building Miami 32, Florida 16-23 :: S Circuit Court. STl (CKINa, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN Tin: CIRCUIT fl H'RT OF in: I..NYH JUDICI V| "ii''i.'H:iHA IN v Cl 'I N V. — ix CHANi EKY, No M VR!' the Circuit Courl on or before Ma hlch Hi" com] luint will be confi --. .1 :i^ iinsi j Dated this 30th day of January, %  1 ade County Court Seal) By M. 16-23 l.i: VTHERMAN, Circuit 1' 1 Ida. c FEIOB, I leputy !lei!;. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undei slgm d, di sli na to engage in business under the fictitious name of SHARON COMPANY (nol Inc.) at 1.1. Beymour Satin, Suite 444, Mercantile Bank Building. Miami Florida, Intend to registi In ne with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, JOSEPH SHAPIRO. Trustee DAVID A. MAGDOL, Trustee RO8SL.YN BROWN, Trustee NATHAN GREENWALD SIDNEY SPECTOR, Trustee TURK A NEWMAN Aii.ii nej 1 for SHARON COMPANY (Not Inc.) 420 I.in "In Road Miami Beach, Florida 2/2-9 II ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Tho Jewish Florldlcm BOIdta your legal notices. !" appreciate your Patronage and guaran'eo accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 'or messenger service. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT I'OURT Ol l"HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I I.' IRIDA, IN AND M IR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 131, MARILYN SEWITCH, Plaintiff, vp. STANLEY ARNOLD SEWITCH, 1 '. nd int. SUIT I 1 >R DIVORCE TO STANLEY ARNOLD SEWITCH 1030 Tout mal ni s.Hi i >ii J... 1 'nlifornla 1 by notified that a Second \ n 1 i. I Bill ..t Complaint for 1 'ii has been filed against you. and you are required to serve ; copy of your An • 1 Pleading to 1 hi 1 Bin ,,r Complaint ..II the iilniiitiit LES PER I.ASKV. of KAPLAN, DIETZ & LA SKY, Ei Road, Miami n. I 1 .ni'1 Rl thi original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerl of the I 1 -..iii 1 on or i" fore the 5 day of March, 1951. If < o, J idgmenl bj di (1 ill 111 bi taken against you .for the relief demanded In the 1: of < 'omplalnl This notice shall be published once .1. h week f< I ecutlve wecka in Th. DONE VND iRDERED Bl Ml imi, Florida, thla 2 day ol l-. bruary, A.D. E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ill Co ni. 1' rte 1 "ountj, Florida, It C III t S. III! Bj R 11. RICE, 11: 1 ii mil i \ s. 1 HETZ S 1. VSK Y, Esqs, oln Road Miami l'.. ach, 1 k for Plaintiff : _' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTni: is III:I:I:I:Y UIVEN that til.iinriersiKned, .1. i-irinif t" eiiira'ifr in ; i'l, 1 Llop 111 in. 1 The Jewel Marl nt IT." N W .in t. Mi mil, I'l.'l in: .Is t.. 1 name with the Clerk of Court of I '11.1. County, i HERMAN SCHWADRON MYERS, HE1M VN & KAPLAN Attorni Vpplli ant rl ..I 1: I 26 ? 3-8 B NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1N Th f IN' AND l.'.'l: DA IN 'I. %  : r %  IP SAMUEL w 1 iLF, To All ( I Ii 11 her of iu, n I VMUEL Wl M.I f 1 'ade • 'ountj .Florida to the Hon. u P 1 11 iele Com office I. ide County, Floi *. Alt] .if the niiiin the Ii "f the claln ,<.in to iiml presented as afon r B imi .1..1. 1 ,.,i. Si e Section "f the 1933 Probate Ai t. Date Jan la 26, A.D. 19 il. 1 lli:i: Wl iLF As Exi 1 ul %  Ix of tl.. 1 .. -t w ill and Lament of SAMUEL WOLF, 1 • %  eased. PALLOT, SILVER. TATIIA.M, A HI ni & MULLOY Attornej n for Exe< uti Ix NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT 11 'I KT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE I'l 'I N PY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No, 138346, II VRRY ALPERS, Plali 1,11.1.1 VN ALPERS, Di I. ndant. You, LILLIAN ALPERS, 2 Ridge New York Cll N v 1 ed t" serve a copy of Answer t.. the Bill of Complaint for e on pin In I Ifl al HAH l.D SHAPIRl '. 927 Llm oln Road, Miami Beach, I I In the "'ii t tli. • ; this Court 1 othi 1 H Ise .! 1'. • Pro C %  no will bi • il DATED 1: l: LEATHERM VN, C ..' iii .'..;II Si 11. R. II RICE, JR.. Deputy C 2 on, may ha\ %  against I hi Of .WILLIAM IRA BERRY I Co i<> the Hon. W. F, HI. VNTi IN, 1 'o Judgi of Dade Cou 11 r Courl house in 1 months from tlie • .• %  fii.-t 1 %  1 %  ilmant and 1 1 bi sworn to a nd pi esi t.t .-.i Id, me wlli be 1 • %  11 .-.i. Date Januai) 22, A.D 1931. JOSEPH PARDO, Vs Ad 1 tor %  •!" the 11 U II.1.1 V.M IRA BERRY, I %  J. F. GORDI iN 91 1 Si bol i II 1 Hi Miami, !•" \ %  irney for Adm tor : 28 :: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage i" ^s under the fli GENERAL DISCOUNT COMPANY (Nol Inc.) at 1151 N. W, Miami Sprln 1 .1 name nil 1 he 1 '!< 11> of tbe Circuit Court of Dade County, Honda. SIDNEY GRUKER l.i HIS SPECTl IR GEi IRGE .1 TALI VNl HI' Vppllcant ^ 120 Llm 'In Road Miami Beach, Florida! 1 M 2 J-II-16 ^fel^^ SEITUN £. COMPANY PERSONAL AND •COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 IB N. E 2nd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Cl H'R P OF THE ELEVENTH HI >IC1 \!. CIRCI IT l.N \.\|i FOB DAi'i: 111 I J.. IR1 'A. IN CHANI 'ERi No 04. Al ICE SMITH. Plaintiff, vs. 1 '11ARLES SMITH, Di fondant. Tt • CHARLES SMITH !7 Dundas Stn • t Edinburgh 3, Scotland You .11 e l" ••• by 1 '• to 1 inBUI of Compli .1 copy of which PI ilntiff's ." •• %  mi file the ii,,. Clerk of the Cl ... Floi Ida, "ii or bi fore thi I day of I'llH'llai 1 11.11 w ill be taken al .1 Dated: Miami. Florida, this : of January, 1961. I: B LEATHERMAN, Cli rk ..f the Circuit Court. (Circuit Com 1 Seal 1 Ity WM. \V NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRI 'I 'IT 1 '1 II 1: I' 'F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN' VND FOR DADE COUNTY, I'l.. IRIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. : 18312. YETT \ SADOWSKY. Plaintiff, \ %  %  JACl >R .-' IIX IWSK ^ Defer lanl You, .1 Ai 'OH s \l %  i\\ KK1 1 to the B plaint for DI HAROLD SHAPIRl I, %  coin Road, Miami I:. ich, F file 1I1. ..f Hi. ( this Court ..11 %  : L.I. I '. I ': ,. Coll• I be 1 : t 3 iu. DATED Januai y 30 19 1 E 1: LEATHERMAN, Cli iii. %  C at t Seal) By R. II RH i:. 11: Di ItJ I S I SAMUEL .1. HAND Attorney f.r Plaintiff 111117 Olympia Building Miami 32, Florida 1/26 2/29-16 ICKINO, Deputy C NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ... 1 me of \ i \ VV 20th Si i a, ii land to %  Circuit Courl >>. la. NATHAN A ATto.N' I'Ai'i. Fi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Cl UTtT 1 IF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRI l.'IT OF FLORIDA, IN AND l'i IR I i.\ COUNTY. — l.N .11 VNCERY. No. 138151 ANN' KI.' IPPER, Plalnl If, \ s. 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"^^FEBRUARY 16, 1951 •JewistiFhrlrlinn PAGE 7 C GREETINGS Phone 2-8457 VENETIAN SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GASOLINE — GOODYEAR TIRES 1504 N. Bayihore Drire Miami, Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DOLIYA'S RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. 6225 N.W. 22nd AVENUE PHONE 78-7753 Bought — Sold and Traded Used Restaurant Hotel, Kitchen and Bar Equipment GREETINGS TO ALL RESTAURANT AND BOAT WORKS Phone 78-3432 BAY SIDE SHEET METAL WORKS 1085 N.W. 36th STREET MIAMI 37, FLA. TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend GREETINGS ON BROTHERHOOD WEEK TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. Inc. 400 S.W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-7402 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY. Inc. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH 1630 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH ii flOn'T CIUE IHE THAT STUFF ... AROUND THIS PLANT WE I JUDGE A GUY BY WHAT HE DOES 1 / TO ALL GREETINGS ROSE PLUMBING COMPANY DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE CONTRACTING REPAIRS Phone 89-7747 2765 N. W. 79th Street Miami 38, Florida BANKS ROSE I 4£i LORA PACK SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES ,263 West flagler Street 1753 Northeast Second Avenue 1906 Ponce do Leon Blvd.. Coral Gablei WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS "Ii you're after a good start in this shop you'll wise up to some plain [facts... y L j. We here believe in giving every Iquy a break—the sort we'd want ourselves. We find out what kind of jman he is not where he goes to Ichurch or who his people were! And maybe you'd be smart to do the same. With that lad you just now tried to slap a 'trade-mark' on—he's a crack machinist. The plant's best bowler, too, in spite of one leg left at Anzio. That's why the only 'trade-mark' in this plant goes on the stuff we're turning out. Any underneath it says. GREETINGS TO ALL LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING \in'ii< .in Van & Storage, Inc. MOVING—PACKING—CRATING—STORAGE A. J. LERETTR Phone 3-0625 2125 N. W. 1st Court Miami, Fla. Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 'Made in America' and that means made by all of us!" Aeeept or rejeet people on their individual worth! TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2875 N.W. Lejeune Road PHONE 88-4653 Miami GREETINGS LEWIS C. WAGNER ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 9930 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 89-7805 Surfside. El Portal, North MamL Miami Springs. Wiaini Short*. Golden Beach. Biscayne Park. N. Miami Beach and Miami Beach Glersch Engineering Co. CONSULTING ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS, ARE NOW LOCATED AT THEIR NEW OFFICES AT 3104 CORAL WAY Telephone 83-7080 TO ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS "THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH" PLASTERING BY D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO. 450 N. W. 71st STREET. MIAMI PHONE 89-6924 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE CORNELL COMPANY ROOFING & SHEET METAL 4100 N. W. 28th Street Phone 88-2424 GREETINGS SIDNEY DeWOLF & SON lluilders — Contractors 236 N.W. 7th Avenue • Phone 3-3067 GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Blda.



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BROTHERHOOD — 1951 Prejudice, hatred and intolerminority sentiment, a grating disliewiisltUEIIioipidliiaun Icnce are completely alien to the real American character. They have cropped out at numerous times and doubtless will be appearing hereafter. But they are a cordaxit note in the prevailing harmony of the American theme. —Roy A. Roberts, president, the Kansas City Star. =^7£5R1DA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1951 = SEC. C SPONSORED BY THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS FEBRUARY 18th TO 25th Progress Toward Brotherhood By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ dent, American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers Christians and Jews from Febfamous declamation verse of but one great I beloved ones, divine ll\ ruary 18 to 25—symbolizes the good we crave for in prayers, in n bv nature endeared to dreams in our fondest hopes. It h ot her"—still sounds like a -has begun to work. By continuing to stand together, Jews and Christians, we can make it function effectively unto the end of days, so that the universe may, indeed, become in our own day "one great city." "Man To Man" By ERIC JOHNSTON We talk about building bridges of brotherhood around the world in answer to the communist pretensions, and (hat's a splendid vision. But brotherhood begins on a man to man basis at home and not a mass to mass basis across the oceans. Without that footing, it is idle talk and an empty vision. We can't afford to blind ourselves to the disturbing and undermining racial and religious antagonisms in America. They will defeat our good intentions for a world brotherhood until we cast them out and live as brothers in our states, communities and neighborhoods—not for a single week in any year, but day by day and year by year. 1 the Hods, like lip service [hvh belies common practicle. y. it is a fact that we have I ress; that we continue { ., progress; that prejudices n races and .faiths are I ly being broken down; umanitarian ideals are makroads in areas which prewere impregnable for I of freedom and justice. The United States, the bastion |f democracy, is the best example incement. We are not comL], tely 'endeared to each other re." It would be too much all of that in an era during lich one neneration witnessed wars; in the course of Mrs. Glasser Named ToNat'lUJAPost Mrs. Louis Glasser has been appointed to the executive committee of the national women's division of the United Jewish Appeal to serve in the 1951 campaign, it was announced this week by Edward M. M. Warburg, general chairman of the UJA and Mrs. S. Alexander Brailove, chairbetween Western and i man of the nat i 0 nal women's di. igies. But we already : iction. Our schools are II, and in areas I closed to some i and religion they i'. gradually opening up more ; strictions are being rePrejudici dining. Human conduct being unpre' ible, there is no definite asi that bigotry will not raise again, that new barriers I'd between va• nts in our population. ) I luring which we have been } Brotherhood Week, e promise that the gains ide can be perpetuated inded. rhood Week—sponsored tional Conference of vision. A leader in local and national philanthropic affairs, Mrs. Glasser will join with other women in all parts of the country in organizing activities designed to raise a maximum percentage of the $203,684,577 required this year by the United Jewish Appeal to finance basic work of rescue, relief and rehabilitation. The National Women's Division of the United Jewish Appeal has raised more than $70,000,000 in the past five experiences of two decyears to support immigration and settlement programs in Israel, relief and welfare services to distressed persons overseas and aid to newcomers in the United States. In announcing Mrs. Glasser s acceptance of the post, Warburgand Mrs. Brailove stressed her "devotion to the cause of the helpless and the hornless" as demonstrated in previous organizing and fund-raising activities for the UJA. They said that Orovitz Gets Post In National Drive Max Orovitz, civic and communal leader, has been named national vice chairman of the combined campaign for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion, the parent bodies of Liberal Judaism, it was announced by Dr. Samuel S. Hollender. of Chicago, general chairman. The campaign has a national goal of $1,875,000. The Union of American Hebrew Congregations is the central body serving 425 Liberal Jewish conj gregations in the United States and Canada. The College-Institute, with schools in Cincinnati and New York, is the oldest and largest Jewish rabbinical college in America. Orovitz is a member of the national executive board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Yew York Textbooks Termed Objectionable >RK CITY .AJP)—Such "heebs." "dago" and are still found in many used by New York lie school children and 1 the "1951 List of Ap\i Books" issued by the Education here, the Union charged last f\ %  %  xt, Abraham Lederman, f the union declared, ire Chest of Literature," a justification of the I Klu Klux Klan. He said I was restored to the "Aplist for 1951 after having pcen dropped in 1950. litter to Superintendent J n U di inian urged immedi: -n remedying the sitI Beach Lodge Plans Membership Fete Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will sponsor a membership j social "For Men Only" on Monday, February 19. at 8:15 p.m. at I the Hibiscus Lodge Temple, 10th St. and Alton Road, it is announced by Godfrey K. Newman, lodge president. An evening of entertainment is being planned by the lodge social committee, headed By Jules P. Channing and Jack Gold. Assisting with arrangements will be. Sol Goldstrom. Sam W. Shapiro "Mrs. i and George J. Talianoff. Glasser's background of creative; The affair is open to ia" !" leadership will be valuable not dents of Miami Beach interested only in her own community but in joining in the ranks of B nai | to American Jewish communities 1 throughout the country. We are proud to have her with us, taking an active part in the work of strengthening the democracy of Israel and saving lives in many parts of the world." In addition to her work with the national women's division, Mrs. Glasser is chairman of the women's gift unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal and is president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organization of Dade County. She has also served the Community Chest as metropolitan chairman. 7)ade Tkdeftol *j! *, (complete and 5bepenc/aMe c7il/e Setowe M IAMI TITLE Obstruct Ca 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE | Title Insurance P.UCIM of Kansas City Till* Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserve* Exceed f2.000.000.00 5 SS5T355! Conveniently Located in th. Heart of Downtown Miami' The uncertainties in a changing world make it imperative for us to THINK ahead. It is the people who SAVE a part of all they earn today who have the advantages tomorrow. 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PAGE 12 B From the Psychologist's Desk The Problems Of The Adolescent Dr Seymour M. Blumanthal, ac" : P>'f full i blema. and parent-child •%  • %  %  ': %  -." %  .;In i iSn %  %  • : • %  P. o. i %  % %  DecDr. B'.'jmenxha'.I have read \ t l c grec: deal 1 you plea %  aaoles%  ,. 1 am coir %  j. eem s to me that i \ers\ up t %  it age 15. all ANSWER: I gave a • %  : %  %  %  A posite sex, as well as indicating an interest in ideas and beliefs about the world. Adolescents are particularly sensitive to situations which they feel, insult their dignity or make them seem ridiculous. They are id of any social situation in h they appear to a disadvantage. They do not like to be criticized or laughed at because of their awkwardness, their frequent unpredictable change m listurbances i I attachment or detachment t ther fa. ed as adults, and de=pto separate I Ivi : %  what 1 to be. the disj -.. I lit, • %  ftei %  i %  %  %  %  In • truggle 1 i tiger, %  %  i ... legist ncrlaVan goals. They don't want to be shielded and protected from dangers as if they were a child, and then, incons.stently be required, 'A Thpv a-e very insecure. The"" J2? to'earnand must j, they are, eventually, to assume their proper place in ty. As v j c in see from this rather : ,. -.he adolescent Of adjust. lerment at the jre ^ his place :: tum and hl ? w to manage loles5 l gi w int a He needs underguidance [ft ti n V,-.. this? Ob%  Most j .rents ti n ... adolescent FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1 951 Jewish Organizations Denounce Slurs Upon Officials By Rabbi Schultz A number of major national and .Congress Anti-Defamatjon Le a *,i Jewish organizations in a gue of B'na. B nth, Jewish Labor in statement today denounced Committee. Jewish War Vet.rans J f^s" slurs made upon of the U. S. Union of American George C Hebrew Congregat ions, a n d Defense Secretary Marshall and Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz by Rabb, Benjamin Schultz. national director of the American Jewish League Against Communism. •Such irresponsible attacks, the statement said, "impair the fight against Communism twenty-eight local Jewish councils throughout the country. The statement was released by the National Community Relations Advisory Council, their coordinating and joint policy-formulating body which was also a signatory. The statement called Secretary Marshall and Admiral Nirnitj chief architects in the wurldIn a speech in Washington on Janua**v 27. Rabbi Schultz had L*niei enemtcvto w me wur charged that Secretary Marshall w j ae fight against totalitarianism" is a "fall guv" in a plot to. shield ; and labeled the slurs cast upon pro-Red activities: and that Ad-Uhem by Rabbi Schultz s .:miral Nimitz. recently named I responsible" and "reprcher. •r.an of the President's ComR a bbi Schultz. the statement den on Internal Security and c lared, "in no way represent ivy Individual Rights, had a "bad" I section of the American Jewish & on tolerance of pro-Corncommunity." muni.-: | • -,:ng in the denunciation of ( Rabbi Schultz for making these were the American Jew| Committee. American Jew one his problems and thus a more adequate adjustif. his parents and to society in general. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alto completely equipped la-ge Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Milzvahi, Card Parties and Lodgt Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION rh-d that or %  %  %  ] .pears to li %  : iges—oftei • ii ing in tc tt ."its %  -in : n nd ; proval' •: OPI ( f :. Father, Son Join B'nai B'rith Lodge H nan of H:aleah and' r.. LawrenceN., USN, have %  • the first fath< r-and-son to enroll :r. B'na: B'rith as • r members, :: has been an%  nounced by B'na: B'rith C director. Charles R. Jacobson. TheRsemans joined the Flamingo Lodge 1869 of Hialeah-' last week as charter mi Lawrence, who is an electrical technician :n the U. S. Navy, assigned to the communication center at San Juan. Puerto Rico, was enrolled in absentia. President Ben Bloom of Flamingo Lodge appointed a committee, headed by Thedore Robinson, to notify Lawrence I eduction, and to supply him witl of the Hialeah lodge activities during his term of service in the Navy. 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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16.1951 Washington Industrialist NEW YORK—The appointment of Joseph Cherner, prominent industrialist of Washington, D. C, ,'. in Miami, as co-chairman of the national committee of the Zionist Organization of America : ,; the sale of Israel government i mi unced here by nin G. Browdy, ZOA president, who has assumed the post lirman at the ZOA commitWill Aid Bond Drive tee. The ZOA drive is part of the Israel bond issue for $500,000,000 which will be floated in this country in May. Cherner, a member of the national campaign cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal andjiational associate treasun r of the ZOA has long been active in Zionist and communal affairs both in =£= PAGE 9B Washington and on the national scene. The over all bond drive in which the ZOA will be the main participant will be conducted by the American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel which has recently been organic d by Henry Morgenthau Jr. as chairman of its board of governors. Browdy. who headed the ZOA delegation to the conference of American Jewish leaders held in Jerusalem last September under the auspices of the Jewish Agency and the Israel government, pledged that the ZOA would seek to sell $100,000,000 of the Israel bond issue within the next thri years. This pledge was made by Browdy personally to Pn David Ben Gurion and v hailed in Israel and in this country as another manifestation of" the role which American Zionists are determined to play in safeguarding the economic future of the Jewish State. "The ZOA, which has been in the forefront of every major effort designed to strengthen the political and economic security of i. is determined to i a ry out this great and historic tat k which %  %  i n entl usted to it." Before Time Runs Out! What the United Jewish Appeal Must Do in 1951 A Statement By Edward M. M. Warburg, General Chairman, United Jewish Abbeal FOR THE PEOPLE of America—for people everywhere—the year 1951 is not just another year. It is a time for getting jobs done that are vital to advancing the free way of life. The emergency that confronts us, confronts free men everywhere. Today—a* the world situation calls for a speed-up in the timetable of rescue, as hundreds of thousands plead for freedom and a brighter future for their children —the United Jewish Appeal urges your support for its campaign now. to meet human needs totaling $203,684,000. What must be done Before time runs out —before opportunities for rescue vanish —the United Jewish Appeal must: Save 200,000 Jews from danger zones in Eastern Europe and Arab lands^by bringing them to Israel. Help Israel transform herself from a beachhead to a stronghold of democracy, by: building 120 new agricultural settlements, expanding 235 already established settlements, constructing housing for 40,000 in rural areas, providing for 50,000 newcomers in reception centers, caring for 15,000 children and more than. 5,000 aged and handicapped new arrivals. Supply 400,000 distressed Jews in Europe and Arab countries (90,000 of them children) with food, medical help and rehabilitation aid. Resettle in this country and in other western democracies a total of 25,000 displaced Jews from Europe before emigration doors are closed. Mail Your Check Today to Greater Miami Jewish Federation 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida To delay a single part of this program is to increase the danger to human lives. At this moment, more than 70,000 Jews are waiting to litave Iraq. They have had to give up their homes and their citizenship. Thousands of them sleep in city streets as they wait for rescue planes to fly them to a land where they are wanted and welcome—Israel. In another Near East land, other thousands who fled persecution wait for help in a Jewish cemetery, where they have received temporary haven. At night they rest their heads on the tombstones of their fathers —and pray for the planes that must be sent. In Eastern Europe, 90,000 wait-50,000 in Rumania alone. Tens of thousnnas more wait in Tunisia, Tripolitania and elsewhere. They wait —in the knowledge that the exit doors may slam shut at any time. UJA alone can bring them to freedom The people of Israel are determined to share their freedom with all who plead to come. They have opened their gates and are keeping them open at enormous sacrifice, by lowering their standard of living to the minimum. They offer hope and haven to hundreds of thousands—but the rest depends on us. Only we—through the United Jewish Appeal —can help the homeless reach new homes. Only our aid and our generosity—expressed through the United Jewish Appealcan start them on the pathway to a new life. Only our help—given through the United Jewish Appeal—can sustain those who wait for deliverance. Past achievements point the way Today, we stand at the half-way point in a tremendous human enterprise. Since the end of World War II, the United Jewish Appeal has fed and cared for more than 1,000,000 distressed human beings. It has brought more than 500,000 immigrants to freedom in Israel, and helped another 100,000 reach the United State*. It has helped to build a new life in a new country, reclaiming land, founding settlements, building homes. All who have made possible the work of the United Jewish Appeal can be proud of its great achievements. They have contributed greatly to freedom and democracy. But 1951 is not the year to be content with past accomplishments, however notable. For every human being we have brought to freedom, another waits in bondage. For every one we have freed from want, another still goes hungry. For every one we have helped to strike new roots, another is still homeless. This is the challenge we face in 1951. We can meet it—today, now—through the United Jewish Appeal. Today—now—you are urged to help the United Jewish Appeal meet crucial needs which total $203,684,000. To save lives— to strengthen the free people of Israel—to aid democracy everywhere—give more than you have ever given before. i Xjnited \ewishappeal Off behalf of Joint Distribution Committee United Palestine Appeal United Service for New A mericant



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PJUPAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 *Je#M ttcrMkm PAGE 7 A r Personally Speaking Di. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner announce the birth of a son. Alan Jay. on Tuesday, February 6, at Doctors' Hospital. The bris was held at the Yesner home on Wednesday, February 14 with Rabbi Philip Fried officiating. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Kelman, of 2654 S.W. 36th Ave., have as their houseguests Mr. and Mrs. David Stambul, of Hartford, Conn. ^ ^ Bernard B. Geltner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1784 S.W. 5th St., recived the bachelor of science degree from the college of arts and sciences at the University of Illinois last week. Irving Goldman, executive director of the Cerebral Palsy Association, attended the semi-annual meeting of the United Cerebral Palsy Associations, Inc., held at the Drake Hotel, Chicaqo, on Sunday. %  *•* %  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kimmel of New York are visiting their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kaplan of Miami Beach. Mr. Kimmel is in the oil business. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Silverman entertained for their twin daughters, Diane and Gloria, on Saturday evening in their home, 4588 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Driving to Miami to visit her mother, Mrs. Frances Greenfield, and sister, Florence, 140 N.E. 57th St., is Miss Freda Greenfield of New York. Miss Greeniield, who has been in the office of the supervising customs agent, U. S. Treasury Department, New York, will vacation here for seven weeks. Mrs. Samuel D. Goodman and Mrs. Sol Halpert were hostesses at a luncheon for friends on Wednesday at Mrs. Halpert's home, 3550 S.W. 6th St. Joseph Mintzer, stationed at the U. S. Naval Hospital, Corpus Christi, Tex., is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S.W. 9th St. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Feinberg announce the birth of a daughter, Gail Frances, at St. Frances Hospital on February 3. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S.W. 9th St. Now visiting in Miami are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg of Dover, N. J. +r Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., :e Mr. Shapiro's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack John of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Shapiro's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Taffer of New York, are spending their winter vacation at the Sea Isle Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein, 4400 S.W. 14th St., anIr.ounce the birth of a daughter. Janis Gail, on February 9. [Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone. 1884 S.W. 110th St. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Silvie Bernstein, 3601 |S.W. 11th Ten. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Koven, 1074 Venetian Way, celejbrated their twenty-eighth wedding anniversary on Wednesday, [February 14, Valentine's day. The Kovens are the grandparents lof Paul Gregory Brown and Alan Gary Fried. I Engle-Brooke Nuptials 'Scheduled For Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Brooke of Riverside, Rhode Island, announce the forthcoming marriage !of their daughter, Esther, to Dr. | Howard A. Engle son of Mrs. Rose ; K. Engle, Miami. Beach, on Suniday, February 18. The bride-elect was graduated from the Edgewood School i.i Barrington, Rhode Island. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and University of Wisconsin Medical School, Dr. Engle is a member of Sigma Sigma. Alpha Omega Alpha and Phi | Delta Epsilon and at present is (engaged in the pratice of medicine in Miami Beach. During the war Dr. Engle served with United States Military Government in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Engle arid family and Mrs. Jordan Werner, brother and sister of bride, are here to attend the wedding. Barbara Zisscn Betrothal Told The marriage of Miss Barbara Kissen and Alfred E. Klein will p an event of March 25, in the orri nto Hotel. Announcement their engagement has been Bade by her parents, Mr. and Mrs L..u H. Zissen, 2112 S.W. |2nd Ave. Mr. Klein is the son of Mr and US. David Klein, Flint, Mich.. N Miami. The bride-elect attended Miami J'gh School and Terry Art InPitute. She is junior adviser to Pii Sigma Tau sorority. [ Klein is president of Klein I Flint. He was graduated • Detroit School of Real [ ate Appraisers and the InSchool of Hartford. He also attended Michigan e C'lii, Reynolds Stars In Human Relations Drama Quentin Reynolds, noted newspaperman, author and lecturer, is starred in "Elephant in the Streets," latest episode in the New Frontier series, to be heard Sunday. February 18. at 3:30 p.m. over radio station WKAT. The New Frontier is produced by the Institute for Democratic Education and presented through the cooperation of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rilh. Mrs. Aaron Farr, president of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, is pictured with Mrs. Irving M. Engel, national president of the organization, who spoke here last Wednesday night at Temple Beth Sholom. Young Adults Slate Party For Sunday The Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center will have a party at the home of ,Jack Dickson. 2060 N.W. 22nd i Ave.. on Sunday. February 18. at 8:30 p.m. All young adults over I 21 are invited. At a recent meeting of the group the following officers were elected: Seymour Hinkes, president; Jack Dickson. vice president; Esther Branson, recording secretary; Conine Smith and Felicia Sommerfield. corresponding secretaries; Elene Futerfas. treasurer. 1 The following were apointed by the president as chairmen: Jean Nevel. membership; Leonard Aronoff. programs; Irving Prusak, social; Lee Friedman, publicity. Forster Honored At Myers' Cocktail Party Benjamin Meyers, national executive committee member of the Joint Defense Appeal was host at his home. 802 West DiLido Drive, Miami Beach, on Sunday, February 4. to leaders in the Greater Miami Jewish community at a cocktail party honoring Arnold Forster. national director, civil rights division, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Forster. author of the best seller. "A Measure of Freedom." led a discussion on problems facing American Jewry and the status of democracy in our nation today. Among the prominent out-oftown guests were Leon Lowenstein and Edmund Waterman, well-known industrialists; and Judge Samuel Leibowitz of Kings County Court, Brooklyn. The Joint Defense Apepal is the fundraising arm of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish Committee. Plan Theatre Party Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables will hold a theatre party on Tuesday. March 13, at the University of Miami Ring Theatre. The play will be "The Mad Woman of Chaillot." Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. W. Rabenovitz. 83-2884. Ideal Diet: Holland Honey Cake Fruited or P^ain Basic to Living Longer and Looking Younger Delicious Nutritious • HeaUWul 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. 7h Avenue, Miami, Fla. —Ardmore Studio David Abrams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abrams, 1925 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah on February 17 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Luncheon Card Party Miami Chapter of National Children's Cardiac Home will hold its monthly luncheon card party on Wednesday. February 21, at 12 neon in the Melvin Cohen Hall, 4250 Flagler St. Canasta, bridge, mah jong and other games will be played. Mrs. Henry Green and Mrs. Mae Harris are in charge of the affair. RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO express their gratitude for the many felicitations extended on the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, the Golden Wedding Anniversary of their parents, and the Congregational Reception tendered Sunday night. The Family of the Late SARAH KOGOS Wish to extend their gratitude to the many friends who sympathized with them in their hour of grief. Mealtime fea By Adtferrtwe. 1 Baby's smile tells you! These Beech-Nut Foods taste grand! Such appealing variety! When doctor recommends solids, woo your Baby's appetite with Beech-Nut Foods. Their better flavor makes mealtime happy for you and Baby! Bit.i-Xut Cereals. Beech-Nut CEREAL FOOD Small site label invites CompUte inspection of contents. f • Babims lov thm...thriv en thmml Beech-Nut FOODS. 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ir v ffiflRUARY 16, 1951 *Jemisbfk>rkikvi PAGE 5 B )rovitz Considers Estalishment Of lospital 'Most Satisfying" Project r,., H( l from page 1 B) der Orovitz' leadership, ran it suc%  fi'ssfully for ttiree years. In the interim. Orovitz continued to plan Mount Sinai, and Jn hP itaI in Groatcr n i His manifold activities as tesidenl of the Jewish Fedcrav i; .,.i, brought himconstantjnt( ,,,,cl with the needs of e community, made him into work toward its ultimate realization. In 194G, as chairman of the temporary citizens' commitavvare of the direj tee for a much-needed Jewish ,< r '' hospital conceived hospital. Orovitz consulted with; _',.. that characterize I Medical Director Dr. M. E. Rluent Sinai Hospital. The non-; stone of Montefiore hospital and fit hospital was first proposed with Dr. Jacob Golub of Joint Orovitz in 1940. but the war ,. |1S inti vened, and he was rcP d to wail until 1945 before teps could be taken Disease Hospital on survey plans for Mount Sinai. The property \ upon which the hospital now I stands was the storm center of wards the realization of his i many conflicting interests. i After much opposition and an j n J945, (Irovitz, as chairman of | almost dramatic struggle, Orovitz. ic citizens committee to formuj acting for the hospital, arranged l,. plan for the hospital, j with the city of Miami Beach and !""• r Moun, ., ether what was to be\ the War Assets Administration to basinettes especially designed for the hospital. They are equipped imc the core of Mount Sinai s ease the proper ty f or a twentywith drav ,.„.,! embarked on an extended year period, after which the hos, invited to join, and a ,,;,l"l group of 17. the original I pital has the option to purchase ,.', ; ,l. embarked on a extended Mount Sinai outright. h i x %  v. fund-raising cam-| Orovitz, who succeeded Baron dgn By 1946 they had by 11heir Hjrsch M ,. president of vn efforts, raised $2,200,000.! n 0 „.,; the budding and construction m; uv u Iv to build Mount I Mount Sinai in May. 1948, eviI dences much m future of Mount LilMIlClICA CSUCI.I01IJ UC^ftt^l.Wl *W ..%. B.W..J-.*.--. — j — j r ft with drawers for diapers, lotions, sheets and other items for the infant. No one is permitted within the nurseries except nurses ard doctors, assuring that the infants are not contaminated in any way by visitors. The pressure of contemporary vi ver, interfered. No ; ite site for a hospital of [ount Sinai's proposed scope was ble Meanwhile, the U. S. ,vv had returned the 55-bed Hospital to the city mi. The board.of trustees t Mount Sinai, wishing to avoid delay in attending of the community talization and desirous acquiring operative experience il administration against ich time as the hospital as end could be built, purchased His many years of experience in U A c n j&Ml OSfffflVPCi %  the building and construction in; riWpiT! WltmyCU ore interest in the du8tf y hi,vt mado !" 2? T By Medieel UllltS nt Sinai than his .ceptionallj well-qualified Continued from page 1 A) 24 Men. 1 Woman on Mount Sinai Board (Continued from page 4 B) multiple appeals; Sam Blank, campaign, executive, personnel chairman, public relations; Mrs. Max Dobrin, nursing: Sam Friedland, finance, nominating chairman, purchasing: Moses Ginsberg, Rifts and endowments; Abraham Goodman, executive, finance; Dr. Morris Goodman, joint advisory chairman, laboratory chairman, nursing chairman: Benjamin N. Kane, collection, gifts and endowments; J. Gerald Lewis, building and planning, campaign, executive, personnel, purchasing; Marcie Liberman, collection: Baron do Hirsch Meyer, campaign, executive, law. nominating, public relations chairman, multiple appeals; Stanley C. Myers, joint adivisory. law chairman, personnel; Max Orovitz, executive chairman; Dan Ruskin, building and planning chairman, collection, executive, multiple appeals chairman. Others are Herbert E. Scher, purchasing chairman; Monte Sc%  lig, memorial, religious; Jacob Sher. campaign chairman, collection, finance, joint advisory, memorial, nominating; William D. Singer, building and planning, 'campaign, collection chairman, joint advisory, laboratory, nomijnating, personnel, purchasing; Harry Sirkir.. collection, nursing, a fitting symbol of the progress re ij g j oua chairman; Joseph Stein, Ttarnas A KHHnRSWorth Mount Sinai contains two air-conditioned nurseries containing tUlUlC 111 .M Li!. uiiMii nian iiw %  -%  past contributions to it. He has j dealing with problems arising; implemented three groups to from the creation of a hospital. study plans for the hospital's j "Our Mount Sinai Jubilee," your institution has made in the collection, laboratory, memorial, proposed acute hospital building ; said Orovitz "represents not' short span of its existence. My personnel; Arthur Ungar, finance, on the adjacent Collins Island: a ; merely an effort to overcome our sinccre congratulations to vou .the S' fls and endowments, joint adHospital Consultant Committee, deficit, but an opportunity to afj, trustees vour most ca D 'visory personnel public relations; under the direction of Dr. Herlord our entire community the • 0l trustees, your most cap Car i Weinkle. building and planB-M ,.t r-v,;„„ n „. o o„m.lnKw„ in ho :> nart nf what we able executive director. Samuel n ; ne memorial executive: LeonPhased Kalian's ^^^ "1 'iT^SSblff^^ *• aJSJSgg of tt t much-neffed extension.'tribution to community welfare." Pjal .sjo.be = ely = tu, Samuel^ertner, is ex-offtao on the past year, and on its fullyI c^Toitgfo? S h ge t o h ns Am Tn i"s Physical Medicine Unit recognition indicates the splendid T; 0 g e Opened At Hospital lount Sinai Ladies Try To Make Your Stay More Pleasant (Continued from page 1 B) [.dividual doctors and patients, hanv of whom have said, in writhe and olf-the-record, that dount Sinai wouldn't be the same ( i-ithout her. Inside the hospital you'll have ho difficulty spotting ladies in bink. They take long hours of Buty at the information desk, fclong with paid workers on each Ihift, with complete efficiency kml absence of friction. The world's wonder snack bar, which unassumingly did $8000 worth bf business in its first year, is bpen from nine to nine to dispense cheer and hospitality and excellent refreshments. The gift fehop is an ither convenient featl by the auxiliary, with fresh fl iwers ready for delivery. plus necessity items like pencils pnd 1 nd niceties like colognes, gifts, magazines, and hewspaprs, that hospital patients lised to dream about in vain. liary occupies another hospital .ilice, in which the patients' lib) iry is housed. Here the fuxilii gularly issues books hos| employees. Patients icon service from the taffed and created liwary, •!, a different selection TOught regularly to the bedsides, •either this project nor the other di partments are an expense to the hospital, but this one nsls the auxiliary verv little !" ce aim st all of its books. Ui tushings, equipment, etc., were "' The Exchange Club of ich is a special patron rary and the ladies in very grateful, the auxiliary office Ithub of the volunteer daily workers in the 'Uipati. nt department of the hos1 they assist in clerical the social service de%  %  in which every volunI rself a graduate social %  : in the pediatric section, thej help keep the chilE'^i" and well-fed; in hos%  itofiesand examination In, : where the y a'd the inurses, doctors, and technicians; K"?," ,V,IV 'lor where patients •are housed. lthn a< ,' kl ) ,no of aI1 th e services is L',..'-"'y-'n-pink who wears a UIM ..., ,..,,, Thp ^ vo j unteer > PnvilogPd, she is a nurses aide hw cu spent 12 wceks n fainfun'rti can help with everv Cn ,^ C Xcept giving of medicaBunnl'i lreat ment. Her corps is supple mented by hospital and wheel-and-tray aides. They push wheel-chairs, carry trays, help with records (a special nursing clerk corps works directly with head nurses on this item) and specialize in adding that extra touch of loving thoughtfulness to the hospital's thorough and excellent routine care. The lady-in-pink has usually been a blood donor too. The auxiliary participates in donating blood and staffing the blood bank, as well as in a continuous campaign to secure new groups to keep the flow of life-giving human-supplied medication on hand. An even more fitting tribute than tipping your hat would be to persuade an organization to which you belong to set a regular blood-donor's day once a month. The hospital's blood-bank can make the appointment. Other auxiliary departments auxiliary funds for the hospital, %  another which has worked quietJob which has been done at Mount ly right along to make nurses' Sinai within its first year of ex"recreation and welfare" a reali-''stence. mmmMtm j t v, 0 ty as well as a slogan, and an-. "The recognition granted the olher which presents educational I hospital by the American College programs, to teach women in the of Surgeons certainly is a woncommunlty in understandable derfu showing for a young nterms about the facts of health stitution m such a short period SSbtems in the area and builds ; oftime. The remarkable record good will for the hospital, among ; of Mount Sinai to date augurs the speakers appearing and in the j we for its future Mayor Keith audiences. Phillips of Coral Gables said. This broad program has been implemented in the short period of the hospital's existence by the Women's Auxiliary. If you are of the wrong sex to take off your hat and bow deeply, the best idea is to see about gtting into a pink uniform yourself. In this day of national emergency it is a patriotic duty to fill in at hospitals. Membership in the Women's Auxiliary can be the equivalent of an enlistment in the service of Uinel auxiliary iii-fcii "Mi-"", "** under a smoothly operating ex-, the country and every woman ccutive staff, include one which i citizen should welcome the is seeking best ways of using chance. (Continued from page 3 B) certified by the Congress of Physical Medicine. One-fourth to one-fifth of all general hospital patients will undergo therapy in the new department, Gertner estimates, and the work as now being organized will continue as an integral part of the proposed new 300-bed hospital on Collins island. Gala Jubilee on February 22 Mark Mount Sinai's First Birthday (Continued from page 1 B) receiving loom, stock room, engineering department and emergency room. The mezzanine or first floor contains administrative offices, including those of the hospital director, director of nursing, women's auxiliary, public relations head, comptroller, purchasing director, social service director. In addition, there is the medical records room, where doctors may record case histories in private autograph booths. Also on the mezzanine are the newly completed medical library and the memorial room, which will contain charter life membership plaques honoring hospital donors. The board of trustees room has walnut-lined walls and features an enormous picture window overlooking the bay. The remainder of the floor is occupied by the dietary department, which includes a large room, orthopedic room, minor surgery room, bronchoscopy room and recovery room, where the patient is taken until the anaesthesia wears off. Here the postoperative patient is kept under constant surveillence while coming out of the anaesthesia. The radiology department is composed of the most modern X-ray. fluoroscopic and deep therapy equipment. One wing of the third floor is devoted to pediatrics. In this wing, painted with amusing murals, two and three children share each room so that they may benefit from each other's company. The other three wings are composed of private and semiprivate rooms. The fourth and sixth floors also include private and semi-private rooms, except for a small ward area on the sixth. The fifth floor is the obstetrical mem. wi 111:11 imiuu^o —. r.--— -------gleaming tile kitchen, two kosher and nursery floor. Visitors are kitchens and a dining area, plus barred from the delivery areas a waiting lounge, which features and the nurseries, and even doc, gift shop and snack bar, both! tors see babies for checkups only : J u.. *u MM*vtAt'a Qiiviin a snorhil nurserv treatment — Ti,Miu> A KUilngworth Mount Sinai's expanding educational program includes weekly prominent men in the field. operated by the women's auxiliary. Among the modern equipment used throughout the hospital are the electric carts which are kept plugged in while they are being filled with hot food in the kitchen. These are then wheeled to the pantries on each floor, where the steaming food is arranged in eye-appealing trays for the patients, and immediately served. On the second floor are central service, which prepares all treatment trays for the hospital, the surgical wing and the radiology wing. Included in the operating wing are two major surgery rooms, an ear, nose and throat room, an eye room, urological in a special nursery treatment room. Nurses in charge of the nursery are the only persons allowed in the room where the basinettes are kept, but babies may be seen through a large glass window. No patients under general care are. allowed on the fifth floor and no ill baby is kept there. A sick child is placed in the isolation nursery and from there sent to pediatrics or, pronounced well, is sent back to the regular nursery. This is a quick tour through the hospital. It can in no way match the thrill of an actual Visit, for Mount Sinai is a stirring adventure, a credit to the Jewish community.



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1 PAGE 6 A 9-Jmistncrk/ian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 "Strictly Neighbors >) Bv HELEN ALPERT ART IS AT HAND: own sculpture is still (to me) osl Important thing about Helen. She's executed great pieces, all exhibited, all bought. OUR VISITORS: „ ... ... Chicago's Mr. and Mrs. Max Adler are ai the Versailles while visiting their relatives, Prof. Eugene DuBois and Mrs. DuBois ot the U. of Miami music faculty Another mid-semester vacationer was Jay Jaspan, Camden, N. J. student ai Temple, who visited his cousin. Aaron Smith, the Varsailles' resident manager Cute young honeymooners at the Atlantic Towers Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Owen Wolkind of Buffalo, who have a handsome load of uncles and aunts here. One avuncular pair (haver't used that word in a decade) preferring our winters to St. Louis' are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Wolkind. ... At David Rosner's H< I I G I are Mr. and Mr?. Samuel Weiss, Brooklyn I unding out their fourth week f lion with their son a l 11. Weiss ot Harding Ave. Detroit s Hi :ks. at th< At] ntic Towers, h ir cousin. Bob Mer.tser. in Palm Beach: and 1 ther-Shriro %  -bher of 76th St. 1 so b< ing nti rl ined by Mrs. J. H. Hornstein • For a change, a resident went a-jaunting. This was Coral Gabler' Saul Chaftez. the advertising click, who owed himself a long-overdue look at the Key West season. He's presenting big news soon with "Florida Hotel News" and "Latin-American News" MUSIC-NOTES: Music-lovers had a wonderful week. Privately opening it was Mana-Zucca's night in her home's Maiica Hall. Apparently all friends refrain from telephoning on these concert-nights, but one person couldn't resist—phoning lo crow thai right then, over teevee, the Roxy's doorman was singing Mana-Zucca's famed "I Love Life." Violinist Frederick Neumann won superb congratulations, as did his cellist-wife Joan Radley. soprano Nad Foster, and accompanist Florence Kutzen. Ruth Brotman had a fine whirl talking art ilsraeli' with the Sea Isle's David iContemporary Art) Hochbergs. the Mandells, Haitian Consul Dumont, and our new Judge Joseph N. Morris Libbie Fishbein and Florence looked pretty as flowers on the piano-bench Smash-hit was guest Lillian Shaw, ex-vaudeville star for whom Irving Berlin wrote his earliest lyrics. A still terrific gal It was awful flattering of Mana-Zucca to single me out as if I'm a gilt-edged celebrity. Darn if it didn't make me feel like one! Ore verv s] fore the Oscar Levant concert v St ged rm (and ... nor Berl Fost Oui Town's 1 ; at t Univen ty's Feb... And the dearest meets in .. Mother! HOTEL HOPS: A good group of the Hotel Sales Managers Association snatched time off from bustling front desks to meet at the Blackstone. Abe A'lenberg presided, and not too seriously. Herman Kreinberg made one of his rare public appearances there, convenient enough, for he's still at the Blackstone, now with Alfred Stone. The Leamington's Arthur Adler willingly toured and admired the stunning new decor, along with Henry Stupell, the Winlerhaven's Lou Kaiiter, "Shep" Shepard. and other. Verdict: again a proud and beautiful hotel! NORTH BAY AREA: Battling : tl I gh1 traffic is thi new organization. N rth Bay A ti n, formed a couple of weeks nard H. J. home. Spearhead is AI Pallot. w! 0 held a follow-thi ig ting in his home this past week. Jack • % %  They'n i.• %  nt on immediate relief from sr.arled 1 % %  --• %  %  I "1st St, bridges. QUICKIES ON PEOPLE: You saw Bert Goldberg's feature in the Sunday Miami Daily News on Larry Wilde, "Sophisticated Comedian." Good timing clicked Larry at the Sea Gull's mike the night the story hit the streets Rounding up all the percentages for Cerebral Palsy is Miss Edna Finberg. She's the original founder, by the way, of the Free Sons of Israel here Bass-man in Rafael's ork is clever Rube Levin Patter-guy you're bouncing into lately is Ned Howard, nee Sukin The Carl Weinkles are entertaining Dayton's Dr. Stanley Scott ... and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kalmus are dittoing the Herbert Rogowsks from Portchester. N. Y. and what's going on with you—? Whiz us a missive! The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH —Associated ] facts behind Mount Sinai Hospital's achievements in one years of operalorium to raise funds to cover the hospital's operating deficit. Mrs. Essen Heads Membership Drive — \'.\-. r. Studio Mrs. Ben Essen Ben Essen, president of the .: Jewish Community Center, this week announced the appointment of Mrs. Ben Essen as eli.!:: man of the center membership drive which was launched last week. "Our purpose in launching this membership drive is not only to acquaint the many Jewish citizens in Miami who are not members with the work we are doing, but to have them participate in the planning of our many activities," Mrs. Essen said. "We arc particularly interested in the parents of children who come to the tenter but who havenot, in the past, joined. We want every Ji wish citizen in Miami to understand the program we nave for groups of all ages." Mrs. Essen announced that an affair at the Robert Richter H itel on Sunday evening. April 1. will climax the drive. Working with Mrs. Essen are Mrs. Nathan Dubler. Paul Gertman, Mrs. Fred Grossberg. Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson, Hyman Kam, Mrs. Sidney Palmer. Irving Saal. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. —Al Ben Essen 2 • 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING 8c PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AN D FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NIL 1st Ave. PJL o. ,$£7 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS JWV Post To Sponsor Brotherhood Meet West Miami Post 223. Jewish I War Veterans, will hold a brojd meeting at 8 p.m. on ; Tuesday. February 20. at the i West Miami Town Hall. 901 S.W. 62nd Ave. Principal speaker will be Dr. H. Frank;..-. Williams, dean of faculty at the University of Miand moderator of the Miai Round Table. Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz of the West Miami Jewish ind the Rev E W, Ullrich %  -'•' I Evangi .. al and Reform Chun h will speak. Boy & p 49 : will %  %  the meeting and movies will HOTEL RAMAZ Dining Room Open to the Public Ksravl in Miami ttvavh Cozy Different • Atmosphere Strictly Kosher WEISER Management 146 Washington Avenue Phone 58-2844 Beach Center To Hold Supper Meeting Feb. 21 The congregation of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold a supper meeting on Wednesday. February 21. at 6:15 p.m. in trie center dining room, it was announced by Harry Sirkin, president. PTA Board To Meet The board of directors of the PTA of Congregation Beth David will meet on Monday. February 19, at 8 p.m. at the home ol Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, 272"i S.W. 3rd Ave. Plans will be formulated for the Purirn carnival to be held in March. 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PAGE 4B naMuc •.aamjARY. n j Hospital Prexy Maps Mount Sinai's Future programs z: medical iei • S I cr • %  Orovitz. '. %  plans i % %  Mount S ..... • : • possibility Mr. ti -..' I tl L'nivi • %  t will not only • % %  %  •'• %  %  ...... | %  ... : Prevental pletion of 1 v ex' v !" e Mounl ent buildu tai -the buil :. .. v Mount Sir.ai will be convert•: t treat Givei .:'•' building devoted exf chronic and convalescent patient.-. There :' • %  : V C *&L a n ? ??" WiUbe I 8iven its of all types—inents, Patients in the various ... :n 'f • an ^ those Patients whose j n (V .,.,;.. blems demand home care. "All the lized departThe concept of home care. ments in the Id Mr. which is rapidly becoming an anOrovitz, "will, in the future, work swer to the difficult problem of what is rap:::.becoming adequate hospitalization for grow•f the most vital needs—a ing communities, is one which mental hygiene clinic." Mount Sinai also hopes to develop With psychosomatic medicine in the future, said Mr. Orovitz. i apidly becoming a major branch The patient's bedroom becomes. of modern medical research. in effect, a unit of the hospital. Mount Sinai hopes to establish In familiar surroundings he rea mental hygiene clinic which will ceives the same care he would be work in close conjunction with given in the hospital, adminisother departments at the hospital, tered by the same physicians. Low income groups in the area consultants, specialists. social will receive thi of an exservice workers and therapists, pnnded dental clinic. Existing faWhere needed, nursing service is cilUies for such care for white provided, and the hospital supworkers in Greater Miami P'' es all necessary tests, mediare, ;^aid Mr. Orovitz. considercation, appliances and treatment limited. In addition to emer•'"' s I 1 ls a newly conceived tech: %  n< % %  dental care, the clinic will nique for dealing with the hosdeal v.-ith all I : • prostathic P'tal's patient-load overflow, and lure) <;, • may ultiMount Sinai plans, in the future. • • %  have its own facilities for t0 make home care an essential king dentures. Oral surgery, feature of its many-faceted plans tl edentic and pereodentic probter lno welfareof Greater Miami. %  will also be dealt with in Mount Sinai's proposed clinic for service patients. Self-sufficiency for crippled and bed-ridden arthritic and neuritic patientis another of the hospital's concerns for the future <>f community health in Miami Mount Sinai's un The latest in diagnostic and therapeutic equipment is to be found at Mount Sir.ai. Pictured L are the general laboratory, where analyses and tests are made, and the film-reading rcom. Md Sinai's X-ray department contains a lead room for deep therapy, an X-ray machine with sp' attachments for skull and chest X-rays, a combination radiographic fluoroscopy unit and a ge urological machine. With its own photographic room and dryer, the hospital is equipped to read] results of X-rays within a matter_of minutes. tSSuSm *** PhanMt P repares ^ The man on the scene who is for the direction of • Sinai Hospital's pyramiding achievements :n its initial year and who is at the helm of planning for the new 300-bed hospital is Executive Diector Samuel Gertner. who came to Miami Beach a year and a half ago from a successful career in the field of hospital management in New York City. Gertner held assistant directorships in New York at Beth Israel Hospital and at Sydenham Hospital. Previously, he was a 24 Men, 1 Woman on Mount Sinai Board Twenty tour %  %  men and one of Greater Mifor rehabilitation—its locale and ani1 eompri board of trusswimmine pool—make it ideal for tees which has brought into being work in the fields of rehabilita'•• % %  • mt S.r.ai : lion and physical medicine, and a P' tal following acq i •. m of the department for this work has retermer VA hospital building fron cently bet n e tablished the citj CM %  .; %  t .,w d n de tl e ^ pha sis ; ^ wi ^ h is **y** r ap !" *• r, nnrfii0S! ? !ntIal %  *"*& surany other persons connected with • rounding work rehabilitation. Pathe hospital, who provide the faith tients suffering from bone or musto go on in spite of all diffii-uj%  n/^!: nJ UrK f s 'T faced with the e* that arise. It is thi necessity of reloarn.ng work habforth through ^ Slablish '" *flh l"st V. through those injuries. Musculaated the n skills must be relearned by esH tablishing different work techy n.oues-the use of new muscle; ana new physical approaches to upon • the same work activities Mount Off. ..,, -.,...,. sinai plans a large rehabilitation Oi itz p center where, under the direction first vice •; Sam F of technicians and physiotheraIfnd, vice pre d< nt Di puts, the hitherto handicapped Goodman, vici nC William citizen can return to a useful life D. Singer, vice pre idenl Abrain his community. ham Goodman, tn I he importance of obstetrical Carl Weinkle '•arc too, said Mr. Orovitz, -anno'. Al' The pharmacy at Mount Sinai Hospital, under th the pi comprising several doctor: Pharmacist Mary Wernersbach, within its first yeas livable for the medical statf a complete formulary, or drugs stocked in the pharmacy. This is termed a achievement for so short a period of time. The formularly lists and indexes the drugs on are in common use and assures the maintenance of a of the drugs on the shelves to avoid duplication. Plan.the formulary annually. Miss Wernerbach said. The pharmacy in January dispensed over 5.000 pre! addition to filling prescriptions for the medical staff, tl performs similar services for the out-patient depart treats free and service cases, and also for the emp!. hospital. One of the newest of miracle drugs in stock is co is used in the treament of rheumatoid artritis. and %  h md : % %  : are to ra ". phan nent, wi yea ul f '. ne. wl Outpatient Section Geared To C< With Social And Vocational Probta Mount Sinai's outpatient department, which services gent and part-payinq patients, has, in the past year, dercto the technique and facilities for dealinq with patient problt not only on the level oi medical attention but also with I patient's welfare until he is completely rehabilitated physica socially and vocationally. i lationship between the ou| The department, which is contient department and social ag Mount Sinai in the future. have been set up. Educationally, the hospital plans ; Members of the board and the ?nJ e ^ r Kram f ,nt rru fain-| committees which they are affi toft wrth a number of young phyliated are as follows LPWPH sicians-n-residence at the hosAbess. collection fiance chair ES tt So'f rSS ZSSS^S^ Samuel Gertner member of the staff of New York's Department of Welfare. Max Orovitz, president of the b ard of trustees at Mount Sinai, terms him an "outstanding person in the field of hospital management." Under Gertner' s direction, Mount Sinai evolved from a building which was only an emp%  '11 into the hospital which n months attained the api of the American College %  A Surgeons and in 1951 has toed its patient load some 35 per (ent over last year. Free and service cases have been increased 50 prcent. The best possible hospital care to the community at the lowest • le cost is indicated by the addition of more low-cost beds and by the organization of a general practitioner service at Mount Sinai. This is one of the first such in the area and gives the general pratitioner an opportunity to work in the hospital. Gertner is directing the constant expansion of Mount Sinai's teaching program, to be given impetus with the inauguration of an interne set-up when approval IS granted bv the American Medical Association. Apparent to any inquirer at Mount Sinai is the rush by the present to overtake the future in giving Miami Beach ever-increasing hospital facilities and services. sidered one of the most unusual organizations of its kind in the area, has a system of services designed to minimize the insecurities and readjustments resulting from the interruption of the patient's normal life. Any patient applying for medical services at the department is eligible for the necessary medical care and hospitalization. if his need for aid is legitimately established. Cases are referred to the outpatient department by local service agencies/of all denominations, for Mount Sinai is completely non-sectarian. The department works very closely with these agencies in its initial contact with the patient, and also after* he is discharged, to insure his receiving proper post-hospital home care and to facilitate his return to whatever type of work is best suited to his needs. Very often the patient who has been i under medical treatment is unI able to resume his previous job— i in which case, Mount Sinai works very closely with the social service agencies in dealing with his 1 vocational problems. Patients may apply at the department for appointments at any time, either in person or by referral from a social service agency. Once admitted, patients are carefully screened to determine what their needs are, and the economic status of the patient determines what, if anything, he will pay for his treatments. After his screening, the patient is referred to whichever clinic is best equipped to deal with his illness—surgical, orthopedic, gynecological, or medical, and he receives the same care from Mount Sinai's 350 doctors and specialists as he would from a private physician. Although the outpatient department has been open only since last July, it has had, during that brief period, over 5.000 patient visits. The social welfare aspects of the department, and their substantial contribution to —— nity welfare, indicate a close recies of Greater Miami Should I staff conclude that the patie^ problem is of psych 'logical gin, he is referred t the appi priate psychiatric agency. Ill any time the patient's econoi status is such that he must] aided financially as well as ml ically, the department takes si cial pains to place his proof in the hands of the proper soj service agency. The staff ofj department concernitself stantly with the emotional nd of the patient and works closely with the doctor to aid I patient in adjusting his Me| well as his body. Despite the fact that the partment is staffed with in oughly trained nurses and so workers, as well as innumera volunteers who make an r uable contribution to the fort and mental health of ice patient, the rapid PfP^I bi growth in this area and the! creasing concern with health for the community created a pressing need tor pansion. Considerable work is done. too. in the department the displaced persons of tne who apply for medical aid. patients are very often very early stages of American' tion. and the staff of the <* must concern i ment 1 their language problems (a J sion of the women's volume* constantly on hand to tran for them), their medical n and their employment prowe These are a few of the cons ly expanding activities of w* patient department. u. hopes, in time, to be able w tend its facilities to empg cardiac, pediatnc, and ge problems of the indigent i increase social welfare ana care activities to >n su, e ZJ tient complete attentionJM initial examination at ''"• # i to his fwri return to aetite he community.



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ihd^wiislhJEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 24-NUMBER 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS Galaxy Of Stars Will Appear In Mount Sinai Jubilee Thursday President Mrs. Monte Selig V. Iter Winchell, emcee extraI or din:i: v, and a galaxy of stars of itertainmeat world will be at the Miami Beach Auditorium for the Mount Sinai Hospital jubilee on Thursday, I February 22, at 8:30 p.m. Leonard A. Wien, member of the hospital's board of trustees, 15 serving as general chairman of [the event. He has expressed the hupe that the jubilee will be an annual affair and has called upon i mmunity to make it a sucThe goal is $93,000, which [be used to cover a deficit inI through Mount Sinai's nd service work. rvations for the all-star ee may be made by callMount Sinai Hospital at .:! at any hour of day or ll Included on the roster of stars Iappear at the jubilee foe E Lewis, Sophie Tucker, %  Billy Daniels, Carrie Finnell, man, Patti Paige. BenI;.. !•; Ids, I'upi Campo, Gracie iBarrie, Martha Raye, J lElli.itt. Jack Prince. Bas Sheva, IMill Phil Foster, Benny [Davis, Charlie Farrell. Maxie loom, Dwight Fiske, Suni > Kaye, Guy Rennie. Harvey [Bell and the entire productions Copa City, Beachcomber land the Cotton Club. Syd Leonard of the American Guild of Variety Aartists is supI plying the acts and Sid Franklin I producing. Members of the Women's Auxiliary of the hospital, comi :ising 1700 women, recently met under the direction of Auxiliary to leceive further instructions on distributing tickets and posters and in the ushering and tickettaking, which members of the group will do on the night of the show. Hospital Approved By Medical Groups In one brief year of operation, Mount Sinai Hospital stands fully approved by the American College of Surgeons and received approval by the American Medical Association for interne training this week, according to Samuel Gcrtner, executive director. The hospital, fully-equipped and making complete use of its 258 beds, has the approval of these other organizations: Amer— i ican Hospital Association, Flor•>aj C Mvron I ida State Hospital Association and Bill Jordan and Dave Dade County Medical Society. Mount Sinai Hospital is listed member of: Florida Blue 3 Will Receive Brotherhood Citations Three prominent citizens of Greater Miami will be cited for their contributions toward better human relations in this area at the annual Broth e r h o o d Week dinner on Wednesday, February 21, at the University of Miami Student Club. The dinner is sponsored by the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Leonard L. Abess, Mrs. Charles Enterline and James I. Keller have been selected to receive the "Distinguishd Service Citation" it was announced by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, George Chertkof and Andrew T. Healy. cochairmen of the Miami Round Round Table. Abess is president of the Dade County Community Chest, the National Committee of the AntiDefamation League, a director Abess Cross Association. Florida Blood of the Chamber of Commerce a Group Association, Dade Broward trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital Hospital Association and Florida State Conference of Social Welfare. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach, in a message of congratulation today to Max Orovitz, president of the Mount Sinai board of trustees, stated: "The recognition and a member of Rotary, Elks and Masons. Mrs. Enterline is a member of the Dade County Community Chest, second vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Miami Women's Club, vice president of the Miami trustees, stated: 'The recognition '^^^y and one of the oral Mount Sinai Hospital by th#^ n y iz e rs 0 f the Miami Mental Health Society. American College of Surgeons it (Continued on page 5 B, col. 4) $689,000 In Pledges Announced At By Friedland At CJA Cabinet Meet A sum of $689,000 has been pledged in the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal to date, it was announced by Samuel Friedland, rampaign chairman, at a campaign cabinet meeting on Tuesday He said that there are still 100 cards in the initial and special gilts phases of the drive which have not yet been covered. These 100 cards are of' vts who last year-contributed $1000 or more, he pointed out, calling upon the workers in ase units to make a concerted < ffort to call upon these prospects. He revealed that if these prospects were contacted and their pledges secured, the campaign total would be close to the million mark. Paying tribute to Mrs. Louis ler, chairman of the women's gift unit, Friedland said, "The \somcn have done the best job in the drive so far. As a result of their efforts, a minimum of 1000 new contributions have come in." Friedland called the first report meeting of the trades unit for Tuesday, February 20, at 12:15 p.m. at the Seven Seas Restaurant. The trades unit launched its phase of the drive Thursday. February 15, at a special gifts dinner at the Miami Beach Athletic Club, at which Judge Samuel Leibowitz of Kings County Court, Brooklyn, Was principal speaker. Co-guests of honor at the affair were Circuit Judges George E. Holt, Joe Morris and Abe Kanner. The life luncheon of the woman's gift unit is slated for Wednesday, February 28, at the Casablanca Hotel. Eddie Cantor will be guest of honor and chief speak


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CORAL GABLES „*£ MI ., U1B 100 Miracle Mile — 83-4654 Langford Building — 82-56.8 ESCROWS — ABSTRACTS FIDELITY TITLE COMPANY — TOM BLAKE %  wMf£RgEflffi| class In Jewish Corai Gaxies Jewish Centex IW anrt customs. Maariv • oUow a. (Liberal Rabbi Morris A. Shop: g-^-3 £ ^ Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve ^ bbj Da .,, Hebrew school Kessler. organist Palermo Ave. Monday through Thursday. 3:30 t t.,,- : % %  3" Sunday school 10 to noon Regnear Le Jeune. | < gtrat;on dal|y ,„ the fflce Jun ,or rjrregation services at 10 a.m. Ever) SunSy the brotherhood will conduct /".HI sen-Ice, a? 9 followed by breakfast %  and cultural program Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid AveMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. RackovikY. Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning at 8:30 the rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Rabbi ABSTRACT CORP. 50 West Flaaler Street • _-• %  %  • .' men en ..... y • %  %  • %  tioi \ • terane, Z •.:-" ''latrict and -. a • • 1951 I "om Abraham M idlan Jewish • -;*aker. Due ... v be no sor funds. A beautiful _On-g HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-942t Saturday at 4 p.m. there win be a Sabbath aervCustoms, and on Mondays and rhurs, s nour for children of the entire • •-. i J_ ._ W. ..UII.. in Ian* tun I J-ST>?H1 i ill •-.. v- %  • ill i_ V • ine Psalms days by class in Jewish legends of • Bar Has the Talmud. v. tsvi students in thHeI fi a gler-Granada Jewish Center, Skop will Interpret -. „?„ ,. pl r of the Booh of 50 N.W. 5Itt Place. Ejcodtl follow In the anMonday through Friday services at nol Mrs Abra7:30 a.m. Saturday at 9 am. and Sunnor of her son day at 8 a.m. Mincha at_SjSp M P-M. B r-Bas Mitivah eeu .th thi %  '• n Thursday at 4 p.m. %  %  • Th irsday* at v Beginnen Hebn .i and Bible English Preparations for Esther DJ II >< hool !• • -• n gi by :h. Irwish % at assembly Northside Jewish Center. community. Refreshments will be served and Hebrew dances and songs will be taught by Hobble Lauer. Mincha at 5:30 p.m. and Shalos S> following. Sunday morning service at fc. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi followed by Maariv at 6P m. dallr. Murrey Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. North Dafle Jewish Centex T u .*_ Tambor. Friday evening services at 6^\J p.m. Friday evening forum at • i Sabbath dedicated to officers and dlfsctort ol H.th El Sidney H. I'aimer, president -*. b, a PtU(Wi$$tll WEAIS Hi-C>rade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 94456 (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services at 1" Temple Beth El (Conservative), of Beth Ki. and members of She boar! 630 Fern St., West Palm Beach.' w > participate ia the nrvtce. Rabbi nuiuuiur JCWUII ^ y • • ... ,, — .._;_ Murray Grauer will preach on. If 1 nnunlac r.arrfcne NF 2nd Ave nabbj Manuel Greensiein. Were \ Layman." Saturday at • ?VJfjp. • r>iday svenlng services 8 p.m.: a „, Rabbi wUl preach on the Port and 53rd St. Saturday m .rning 9 a.m. Hebrew ,,f ,,,,. VVeek Cantoi Jacob F. Tamb it p.m conducted school 3 p.m. Daily Mon.-Thurs. Sunwill chant the musical iH.rtion of • I ssberg D reday school 10 a.m. servl es Junior Congregation 1" -.'• through Thurs|{ 8 inday school 10 t. ihodox :. Jewish Community Center Beach. 1 school 10 a.m. ^^^ servl es Junior < ongregation lo I Congregation xoung Israel (OrTalmud Class 1:10 p.m.; Mincha odox), 4001 Chase AveMiami "jed b> BhaJos'Shudoe; 8 day school io a.m. to I; noon. Dal • (Conservative), 2020 Polk SL. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. ^ &f&f ^ &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f e &f a &f &f &f .• si 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. \\v Pay liliiTiil rummissiiHis Ycu'll be amazed at how easy it is to earn up to hundreds of dollars this easy way. No investment. Your earnings are all your own. Send this coupon today to Leatrice Rosen Religious School 3:30 to 6:30 ; Services Friday night at 5:15; Saturi Dally Servli • %  7:10 a.m and 8:3 day at 9 a.m. Mincha at 5 nn p.m Reading Class. Mishna (p.m Hin followed by Shalos Seudos. Services ,| ., m Sunday to Thursday a.m. and 5:15. i _l '-' ** • i ..-. .-r AII young Israel membera In the area Temple Israel. 2020 Broward •. are invited m attend. Ave.. W. Palm Beach. Richard E. TTereth Israel Congregation oi Singerj RabbiMiami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7tb Friday evening sen-Ices at :1S. Avenue. Rabbi Singei will continue a sei Friday evening services at 5:30 p.m.: I'" 111 '"" J h m *i V" w s vs Saturday 9 a.m. All residents In that ou f ht **•*• ^ai'c-i the Worl ire invited to attend. r"V : l>.uuch Si'in.aa Chanina Ben V:! '. :.' u :'. '.'5SL.5* ^", • %  %  • • thi :. % % %  Miti Donald Sing* Bunds Daily M Cong. Rabbi %  a ""' ?—" 7 -, *7T JullUS l!aU. "pen forum I Tradyon Nusach Ane and Yeshifollow .-ffid win be concluded with evening by tiling cente toth Rttb bi Chanina Ben Tradyon r e, ^ w,h, P H Jr nd Sabbath Temple Betn Sholom iLiberal). Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Congregation Beth Jacob (Or4144 Chase Ave MUmi Beach. ,^ — ^'M^,:^;, T'^'K?,^ \ ihodox). 301-311 Washington Ave. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi renli g servl es at %  ind v Miami Beach# Habbi MoM1 M esSamuel Kelemer. N. W. Religious Congregation. _L„ lri evening servicei • 3681 N. 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State lried nd .c D t iCkenS ^ Ve ReV PhUiP p. n rried, acting rabbi. a.m and 6 j. m M| s Ulllan Goodman win be the .,• %  %  '• Friday evei Miami beacn Jewish LoramunM '" 'hoi ily Center (ConservaUye). 1701 L u/ C"11" ~~-~''vi. 'wi teaaional u men's Division of Miami Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Beach Hadassah Group, win address Rabbi Irvino Lehrmao. C-. : V'" ~ : • %  "''•• %  R •• -,,t Maria.s.ih Conference of Jacksonville The religious service will b^ conducted by Rabbi Fried. Hebrew Academy, 911 Ith St_ Miami Beech. Dally services 7.30 a.m. and 5:45 Si-fli' 8aturd *y morning at 3 a.m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldriao. iAte Friday evening servloa St S:30 Rabbi Lehrmsn will preach on "Ar'thur Koestler v.. I,udwlg l>-wi^hn Saturday morning service at J: the rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Bar Mluvah of David Harold Hand will be host* at the ception iiTinu-diateiv after the si Sabbath services at 8:30 i %  •i ld< -its services at 10:30 o'clock. 1 "• Ing th.Alvin, the son or str. Benjamin Auerbach win liar Mitsvah. ., ^ Downtown Synnagogue (torm erly old R#lh Devid). 135 W.w. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowits. Friday evening service at : • ... urdsy at 8:30 a.m. The ,bt, J v k speak on the Portion of the Study group meet* at 4:45 with Mi"' ^ at 6:30 followed by Sh: Kriday evening service 6:30 p.m. 8:30. and MaarivDally services at 1*? ., and 6:*5 Sunday roornlnr service sv



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PAGE 10 Jmistifk***** FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16. 195 I UJO it til WIDE WIDTHS With The Smart —Associated Photo Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne shakes hands with EAlbert PaUoi afte,: signing the charter for^he MV, Raw ftTpa Tax Pavers Association. Looking on are Lnaries s. """ S^7.i r rH,?n aX a n^har i e L Silvers. all officials of the n ew_o^mtK>n. I in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Ida Optner, president. A fashion show will feature clothes bv Lillie Rubin of Lincoln Road. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich will serve as commentator and Mai Malkin and his Orchestra will provide background music. Proceeds will go toward all B'nai B'rith projects. ^^^^_ Beach Women Will Hold Donor Luncheon Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai I annual donor luncheon on TuesB'rith Women will sponsor its | day, February 20, at 12.30 p.m. —Ardmore Studio Making plans for the donor luncheon to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Tuesday, February 20, at 12:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel are (1. to r.) Mrs. Ben Lebow. Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. Max Schwartz. Phillip Schif f Heads Isaac Levin Lodge Phillip Schiff. Miami attorney, has been elected president of the Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, I to succeed Emanuel Levenson. Schiff received his law degree at the University of Kentucky in i 1939. He served for two years in i the European Theatre of Operations in World War II and was recipient of five battle stars and the Purple Heart. He is a member of the Elks. Beth David Men's Club and the Florida Bar As' sociation. Other officers elected. to serve with Schiff are: Morton Perry, Now Open STEAM BATHS 1020 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-0301 Steam Rooms • Massage Whirlpool Baths • Therapeutic Tubs Physiotherapy Clinic Spacious Lounges Exercisers Solarium Separate Facilities for Men and Women get the ^ honest full quart! 5 get Clicquot Club (Pronounced KLC6K-0) Phillip Schiff first vice president; Leonard Lubin, second vice president; Fred Stein, recording secretary; Robert Levin, corresponding secretary; Max Feld, financial secretary; Albert J. Beer, treasurer; Arthur Stein, guardian; Meyer Nedelman warden; Emanuel Levenson, chaplain: Donald Eanett, Richard Gerstein and Dr. Maurice Serotta, trustees. The lodge meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month. ^et more of the %  finest NM flovor-aged ginger oU ... IrvWier sparkling wattr... and 4 ounces more than man/ o-called "big" bottles. Your beit buyl Bottled and Dist. by SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC. SAM BLANK. Pres. LEO LEWIS Restaurant — Hotel CHINAWARE "Miami's Only Store Specializing in Restaurant-Hotel Chinaware Exclusively." Complete Line of Slock Patterns On Hand for Immediate Delivery Stainless Steel Flatware At Low Prices 918 N. MIAMI AVENUE Phone 9-1811 LOOK Skillfully dtilgntd to crt Id* illuIton of SUnderneu You'd nyr guu they' ra E TO EEE Abov! Multi-colored" Cobra E to EEE Mgbh Black Suede with Multi-colored lid $1995 E to EEE L.f: Coco, Blue or Black Suede $I8'5 I to EEE RigMl While Sue'de N with Blue or Tart Cobra $2100 %  t. EEE Moll Orden lavfeed Miami Store Open Mon. Evenings Miami Beach Store Open Every Evening ^ nnlh. o '*-"0'0" S 155 E. rlogJe' St822 Lincoln Road Miam i Beach



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rRlDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1951 kwisl FkyrlidRaii PAGE 5 A W 1*11 Boy Scout Beeelves Award In commemoration of Boy Scout w ee k Sandier Dickson of West Palm Beach was presented with N, r Tamid Award, a special l, sh religious knowledge medal givi n only high ranking Boy its. Sandier, who is the son of Mr. Mrs. Maurice Dickson, rei the award at West Palm h's Beth El, where he offici,.•. (I as part of the requirements f the medal. voung man is the first Boy Seoul of any faith in the four counties making up the Guifstream Council to receive the ill. He is the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson of this city. Fleischer Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Leo Fleischer, formerly of 266 Jef£i i son Avenue, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, February 18, at 12:45 at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Morris Skop officiatingSurvivors of Mr. Fleischer include His father. Joseph, and his sti %  :. Florence. He was a mem! of the Miami Beach Masada. Sands Memorial Company are in of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Card Party Scheduled The Women's Division of Workmen's Circle Branch 692 will sponsor a card party on Sunday, February 18, at 7 p.m. at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Proceeds will go toward the adoption of a European child. Benefit Supper Slated Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen are giving a supper party at their home, 161 N.W. 18th Ave., on Wednesday, February 21, for the benefit of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. Reservations may be made by calling 9-9680. Center Sisterhood To Elect Officers Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, February 19, at 1:30 p.m., in the center dining room. Outstanding events of the afternoon will be a quiz program with Harold Shapiro as quizmaster; selections by Cantor Jacob Y. Goldi in'i in observance of Jewish Music Month: and election of officers. Fiances Warsaw will accompany the cantor at the piano. Beach Masada To Hold 'Cupid's Capers' Board Meeting Slated A meeting of the board ot directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged Ladies Auxiliary will take place Monday, February 19, at 1 p.m. at Beth El Center, according to an announcement by Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, president. Adult Group To Meet The Adult Group of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, composed of unmarried men and women 35 and over, will hold a reception and open meeting at the center on Wednesday, February 21, at 8:30 p.m. Speakers will be Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Bertha T. Cowen and Matilda Mitnick. Masada Miami Beach xuung ,' Zionist District will sponsor a "Cupid's Capers Dance" on Sun| day, February 18. at the Carib-1 beat) Hotel, Miami Beach, ac-'. cording to Gil Rappaport and : Hilda Lax. co-chairmen of the' fund-raising committee. The Continental Society Or-, chestra will provide music for dancing and entertainment will be presented at each intermission. Highlight of the affair will be the | "Eleven O'clock Revue" featuring Cesar Gonzmart, violin virtuoso: Marian Corly. soprano; and "Dance Skits of 51" by the Pete Dcvaro Dancers. Admission is by contribution and all proceeds are earmarked for Masada's Zionist activities. On the dance committee are Sam Soldinger, arrangements; Rudy Hammer, entertainment; Esther and Rose Brawer, publicity; Rita Dulberg and Estelle Pietrack, door; Pearl Protzel. correspondence; Gertrude Migdal, hostesses; Dave Goldfine, hosts; Essie Dunbroff, telephone; and Sy Eichner, posters. IFIagtor-Cvranada Plans Barn Dance Kiag-er-cianada Jewish Community Center will sponsor a barn dance to be held on Saturday, February 24, at 8:30 p.m. at 'he center. A hillbilly band and caller -ill be on hand for the square dancing and guests are asked to dr. B8 country style. The group is making plans fop its annual May dance to take place at the Casablanca Hotel on May 12. All Jewish organizations in the area have been asked to enter a candidate for May queen of Greater Miami. Information about the community-wide event may be obtained by calling Mrs. Sidney Stiller. Hebrew Academy Benefit A "night of fun" is being arranged for the benefit of the Hebrew Academy on Sunday, February 18. at 8 p.m. at the Lincoln A ms Roof Garden, 1800 i Ave. Arrangements are in charge of Bi njamin Kalish. chairman, and Mrs. Dojores Lashcn cochairman. Benjamin Kalis'.i will be master of ceremonies. There will be games, and prizes will be All Cream Cheese is Rabbi Moshay P. Mann, spiritual leader of Temple Isaiah, will be heard over radio station WINZ every Saturday morning at 11 o'clock in a program consisting of Sabbath service and prayers, accompanied by organ music, and a sermonette dealing with problems of a social and moral nature. During the next six Saturdays, the rabbi will speak on "The Harmonious Family." CREAMIER... SMOOTHER... RICHER... SEETHtMFBlQICe! 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I %  )AY FEB RUARY 16, 1951 fJenlsti ncridHan A Granted Use Of ,te Camp Site ^Jewish ("< nters Association 'gter Miami received word that it will be granted camp Park PAGE 9 A |ise ol | camping site at at High the first time in ; i ater Miami that red camp will pductcd by local agencies." dent n of Mrs. Philip Give nB n. Mass.. and N w n, (' inn. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann read the Miss Lynn Shupack was maid of honor. The bride's cousin, H Fli ishman, was best man. seating guests were Maurice Bcephan A. Blum. A family dinner followed the ceremony. The bride was graduated from Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami School of Engineering, served in the navy during the war and is now ; affiliated with Stuart Cooling Co. ; Ceramics Course Listed The North Beach Branch of the 'Jewish Centers Association announced that the second in a | series of eight-week ceramics i courses will get underway on Tuesday. February 20. The course will be designed for both beginning and advanced individuals and will include such methods of i work as simple coil and slab con; struction, figurines and bowls, slip decorations, tile and jewelry. The group will be led by Zena Posever, and meetings will be held at the Coburn School. 1000 Bay Drive, Normany Isle. Inter'' d pers .'is may receive further information by calling Randy Polansky at 5-7994. Show On Calendar Jewish plans for 1 at the irch 8, at William '. of the l Schwartzman To Speak Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of J< wi Education, will be guest speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 12 1 11th St.. Miami Beach, on Saturday. February 17. at 8 p.m. His subject will be "Emancipation or Reaction." All 0|N'EI Letter Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus Dado County, Florida Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation • r to the many inquiries regarding the status of the 1 Way Kosher Meat and Poultry Market we wish public the following facts: ion-Kosher lamb was found by our Director on their following ruli's and regulations of the Greater Miami ishruth, our director, summoned the owners of the before a Rabbinical Tribunal consisting of the i, April and Grauer. I Tribunal, after long deliberation gave out -Din" (Rabbinical decision). 1) To place di (a steady supervisor) on the premises for mths, at the expense of the owners of the a fine of-$500.00 for the United Jewish I by tin owners of the said market. 3) That if Rabinical decision) will not be accepted and sign of endorsement shall be recalled and anlv. of the Rabbinical Tribunal was carried out I the said market is again under our superivsion. 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