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

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

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

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 24NUMBER 8
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
|$10,150,000 Pledged at UJA
Inaugural Parley at Beach Sunday
Big Time Comedian, Big League Player
To Spark Combined Appeal This Week
Israel Ambassador Abba S. Eban exchanges greetings wilh
Edward M. M. Warburg of New York, general chairman of United
Jewish Appeal, at the opening of the 1951 nation wide campaign
| on Sunday noon in Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel. Looking on
is the ambassador's wife.
A total of $10,150,000, the larg- inet, presiding, heard Joseph Ma-
\sl sum ever given to launch a Zfil of New York announce that
nationwide campaign of the Unit- i he and his family would help set
ed Jewish Appeal, was contrib- the standard of generosity re-
k.ed Sunday at the final session ted by Warburg,
k'f the UJA s national inaugural ,_ u e tv.Q
onference which met at the Sax- TTI^zer- w-ho 'f a me^r inL.
my Hotel to initiate 1951 cam- ^i.J^S^SSSWw-fS!:
laign activity in more than 2.500 [
immunities.
Draff Threatens
Jewish Youfh Units
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)The
ever-expanding drafting of Amer-
ican youth into the armed forces
is beginning to make itself fell
in Jewish youth organizations
throughout the United States, a!
spot check by the American Jew-
ish Press disclos'(1 recently. In
some instances entire local units
of Jewish youth organizations
volunteered into the service.
The big question mark in na- |
tional Jewish youth circles con-
tinued to center about the pro-
posed drafting of 18-year-olds.
Should the plan to draft the
younger men actually come into
being more then two national
Jewish youth groups would se- I
riously consider lowering age re- j
quirements for membership as
they did in World War II.
net, told the conference that the
family gift in 1951 would be $300,-
Weizmann Tries To
End Cabinet Crisis
TEL AVIV. (JTA)President
Chaim Weizman Monday com-
pleted preliminary talks with
leaders of the various political
parties in Israel in an attempt to
bring about the formation of a
new coalition cabinet without re-
sorting to general elections. He
is expected to entrust Mr. Ben
Gurion with the task of forming
a new cabinet.
"The world at large." he told
leaders of the political groups.
not understand us and will
contributed one year-ago 'in the Rebuilding field. Levitt be greatly surprised if we hold
S"--?"5y.e"?iE! announced that his contribution options now." The President an-
u. i imriouuoii
|at similar campaign opening, J^ nls sons would be
nee when a l.ke number | Sbstantia,,y more than" $250,-
000.
Robert and Saul Schiff and
[>f Jewish leaders gave a total of
'6.400.000.
The action here came in re-
sponse to a plea by Edward M. M.
Warburg, general chairman of
1,1 United Jewish Appeal, who in
Iressing the conference urged
t!i .1 American Jews advance be-
I May 31 the major part of the
1951 requirement for $203,-
l 100.
rael's Ambassador to the
associates of New York and Co-
lumbus. O., prominent in the shoe
field, informed the conference
that their gift would be "more
than" $150,000. 1
Joseph Cherner and A. S. Kay
of Washington, D. C, told the
conference that they would con-
J tribute a total of $150,000. Mrs.
Louis Altschul of New York said
I', =bba. S- ^ban> wh0!she would give $150,000, while a
joined with 500 nationally prom- similar ift was announced in be-
Jewlsh leaders from 40 h ,f f tn Biaustein family group
punching the UJA's of Baltimore.
A gift of $110,000 was made by
Louis Holtz and Saul Reinfeld
of Newark, N. J.
Jack Weiler and Ben Swig of
New York and San Francisco an-
nounced a contribution of "more
than1' $100,000, followed by a
$100,000 gift from Y. D. Markson
of Los Angeles and Boston.
Among other major gifts an-
I' icceed in the race to be-
I ufficient only if large-
iutside help is made avail-
, through the United- Jewish
I I 'nd other sources.
expressed gratification at
i edented support given
1 at the outset of its
1'>1 campaign, asserting that this
'her actions could help
a "high standard of de- nounced at the conference were
h l Pment" in Israel which
these: Israel and Louis Davidson.
elections now." The President ap
pealed to the party leaders to
solve the Cabinet crisis in a way
which would permit the present
government to continue its work
"in face of the grace international
complications and the internal
political and economic difficul-
ties."
Although the leaders of almost
all the major parties indicated
to President Weizmann their pre-
ference for holding new general
elections, it is taken for granted
that the Cabinet which resigned
last week will serve as a "care-
taker Cabinet" until new elec-
tions are held. Should this be
the case, a compromise may still
be reached between the Mapai
and the Religious Blocwhich
together form a majority in the
parliamentbefore the projected
elections take place.
It was pointed out here that it
must take at least three months
to prepare for new elections.
Both the Mapai leaders of the
Religious Bloc are reported to
have indicated to Dr. Weizmann
their agreement to have the pres-
ent Cabinet serve as an "interim
A big time comedian and a big
league baseball player will spark
the Combined Jewish Appeal this
coming week.
The big time comedian. Eddie
Cantor, will be honor guest and
principal speaker at the life
luncheon to be sponsored by the
women's gift unit on Wednesday,
February 28. at 12 noon at the
Casablanca Hotel.
Mrs. David D. Pollack is chair-
man of the affair. Her co-chair-
men include the Mesdames Aaron
Fair. Emanuel Goldstrich, Abe!
Grccnberg. Jennie Grossing
Robert Rodenberg and Mrs. Mor-
ris Skop. Si are Mrs.
Merschel Lesch I ind Mrs. David
Stolz.
youth Unit Rally
The big league athlete. Al
CFlip) Rosen, will be honor guest
at a junior rally on Sunday. Feb-
ruary 25. at 2:30 p.m. at the Mi-
ami Bench Jewish Center. Other
attractions at the rally will be
Maurice the Magician, Basha
Tepper. baton twirler, and Joel
Gray of the Boscht Capades cast.
Delegates from all religious
schools and junior clubs in the
area will attend the meeting.
Herbert Kaplan, great nephew
of the campaign chairman, is head
of the junior division. His aides
include Stanley Bargteil. J. Fred
i Malakof f and Stanley Saul. Quota
I for the unit is $2,000.
' Apartment House Brunch
The apartment house unit, un-
der the chairmanship of William
Brenner and Meyer Teigman, will
hold a brunch on Sunday. Feb-
ruary 25, at 11 a.m. at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will address the
group.
A. M. Klein. Montreal attorney
and editor of the Jewish Chorni-
i cle, will be honored at a reception
! to be given by the business and
] professional division of the wo-
| men's gift unit on Thursday.
| March 1, at 9 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Chairman of the event is Lil-
lian Goodman. Assisting are
Deana Abrashkin. Jean Brown.
Mildred Klein, Marguerite Marks
and Shirley Woolf.
Kick-off Breakfast
With all preliminary functions
out of the way, the campaign will
officially open with a kick-off
breakfast at the Fleetwood Hotel
on Sunday, March 4. A nationally
prominent speaker will address
campaigners.
Report meetings are scheduled
for March 8, at 12:15 p.m. at
Reid's Restaurant (Manning's);
March* 12. 8 p.m.. Miami Beach
Jewish Center: March 19, 12:13
p.m., Lincoln iManor; March 26,
8 p.m.. Temple Israel.
Trades Unit Ri
; I if $714,500 havi
in to date, it wa
uel Friedland, campaign
i at the fi I n | rt i et-
ing I tradi s unit held at
the Seven Si R istaurant.
Aaron Kanner. ch f the
trades unit, reported '.ha', the
unit has already received pled
of 59.6 percent of the total amount
raised by the trades unit last
y. ar,
Rabbi Lehrman spoke to the
group, urged those present to do
a complete job of coverage.
The unit will hold a second re-
port meeting on Monday. Feb-
ruary 26. at the home of I. L.
Mintzer. 510 Lakeview Drive, Mi-
ami Beach.
Judge Liebou;itz l^eaks
Judge Samuel Liebowitz of
Kings County Court, Brooklyn,
N. Y.. was chief speaker at a
special gifts dinner of the trades
unit last Thursday night at the
Miami Beach Athletic Club.
: $31,790 in new pledges was turned
in following the judge's poignant
appeal. This represents an in-
crease of 71 percent.
Co-guests of honor at the affair
were Circuit Judges George E.
, Holt and Joe Morris.
ItVd Cross Honors
100 Volunteers
Over 100 volunteer workers
were honored Sunday by Dade
County Red Cross in ceremonies
held at chapter headquarters.
BEN GURION, MORGENTHAU HAIL
LAUNCHING OF UJA CAMPAIGN
lid be of "utmost im-! Detroit, $75,000: H. Daroff and
in the cans... of defend-
irld democracy."
rburg in his address told """,'"""-'X->*?'" .V""/ V"7? "'
nference th-U American York, $65,000: Albert M. Green- "*
in the next 100 rhv mu M4 Philadelphia, $64,000; Fred | The coming days in the parlia-
PossfbteXe moSeEem to and Benjamin Katzner, Baltl- ment will show wha course the
i nearly 100 000 Jews fac- mere. $60,000; Rudolf G. Sonne- various parties will take. Mean-
iSSSJSSL^iTliSsU born. New York $60,000: Sam- while Rabbi Mordecaj Nurok.
> and Moslem eoun-' uel and_Lou,s Hamburge^, De- apeaktaj[JjJ-gj* *e Ifr
is group may agree
nid that the way for this j tn.it. $a6,000; Abe Kasle. Detroit, gious Bloc, tc
musl be pioneered bv the $56,000; Maurice Sanditen. Tulsa. mann that hi
...... Jewish leaders through! "more than" $52,000; and $50,000 to the solution of the present
establishment of a standard for rach from the following: Samuel Crisis without holding elections
**!_.' v-a i 44 % % M T^ 1_ ft ^ am ** 1 I a ... an n a *i AHI n ri % \* J\ n j X L*f"\ n T 1% II T IF* lilt
giving in keeping with the urg-
ency of the crisis confronting the
1 mted Jewish Appeal.
I he meeting, addressed also by
"' Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA ex-
ecutive vice chairman, with Mor-
ih* ii Berinstein, chairman of
"ie UJA's national campaign cab-
Friedland. Miami Beach, Samuel I considering the present difficult
situation which the country faces.
A Mapai spokesman told repre-
sentatives of the press that his
party will insist that outgoing
government continue as "care-
taker cabinet" until after the na-
tional elections.
Goldfarb and son, New York;
Samuel Katz, North Hudson
County, N. J., and Miami; Carl
and Philip Leff. New York, whose
gift was "more than" $50,000;
and the Winer family of Balti-
more.
Launching of the United Jewish Appeal's 1951 campaign at a
national inaugural conference in Miami Beach last weekend
brought a message from Premier David Ben Gurion of Israel, left,
who told more than 500 key leaders from 40 stales that success oj
the UJA is viiai to Israel's efforts to receive and settle 200.000
homeless Jews from Eastern European and Moslem lands. Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., right, former UJA general chairman, informed
Edward M. M. Warburg, who succeeded him as general chairman
of the UJA, that he has accepted the honorary chairmanship of
the 1951 United Jewish Appeal. Morgenthau has just retired as
chairman of the board of the Modern Industrial Bank to devote
himself to the development of Israel through the United Jewish
Appeal and the State of Israel bond issue, of which he is chairman
of the board of governors. In his message to the UJA's Inaugural
Conference, Premier Ben Gurion declared that "at no time have
the demands on Israel's resources been more unrelenting nor the
need for swift action more paramount."


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p, iple arc puzzled and annoyed. They~ask why
-.., g ,1 ii Hospital is out for funds in the midst of the
iniu- il Federation campaign. Unsophisticated people
', lVl," :, direct approach. They like to go back to
first principles and inquire: Wasn't it the original
in forming the Federation to combine all
ng drives into one over all campaign? If
Mt. Sinai Hospital Versus The Federation
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
n ,1 follows quite logically that
receiving
its
a participating
allotment cannot go oul
ntly for additional funds. This would be
case of eating the cake and having it too.
lar Activ
p] th irefore pose this quest i n: Since
U .1 to Mt. Sinai Hospital for LI
it is going out for an additii
mething defiant about a p tii
iv n I in the midsl of i Fi d-
i And ii it is not an acl ol rebellion,
must assume that Fed-ration gave its
ns. Every om know r c
tion ci k< d down upon gri ups
. raise substantial sums. So if pr> u
vent the Hebrew Academy, a 11011-
Lnstitution, from holding a fund
then why is it koslicr for the Hospital to
: larger sum and at the same time receive.
ition from the Federation?
Campaign.
S inging into action year after year by the Jewish
, nity for the collection of large funds is a
phenomenon not sufficiently appreciated. There is
ng like it in any other religious or ethnic
... It may seem quite normal today. But a time
will come when these annual drives will appear as
odd as the collections in the old Ghettos of ransom
money for the redemption of prisoners made captive
by pirates and robber barons.
Jewish philanthropy is old and time honored. Sig-
nificantly the Hebrew word for charity is ZedoJcah,
which means righteousness. During the First World
War. when millions of Jews in Middle and Eastern
Europe were exposed to the ravages of war and
hair, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee emerged as the central agency, the Red
I that united and absorbed the numerous relief
groups that sprung up, each collecting and distrib-
independently. At the same time the new colo-
nies in Palestine and land purchasing by the J.N.F.
gave impetus to the raising of funds for constructive,
permam nt institutions, designed to cure the ills and
of Jewish homele qi
For Refug
Fortunately, the J.D.C. and Zionist agencies v.
in i en the Hitler pi !1 like
a thundi n J< wry. Th i ani-
instrumental in saving at least a milli i
'.'.' : ; w r II i ilati I En i m
. ; i n
It obvious pt to such
morons as the Coui I I a Jew i: i
stal '. indispeni able.
Fi r h rael.
The greatest factor out
ci i ation of Medinath I Je wry.
And that was possible largely through the collect] m
of iiuge sums in the annual c ns. But the mere
act of founding the Israel state is not the solution
of a 2000 year problem. The infant state needs aid
VI ry bad!','. At ll ast an additional million Jews must
be rescued from behind the Iron Curtain and Mos!
lands, a stupendous job is still ahead of us.
The phenomenon of the annual drive may be
explained by American Jews rising to the historic
role forced upon them by destiny. History will record
the magnificent chapter written daily by the donors
of greater and smaller sums, each according to his
capacity. But the fantastic contributions were not
inspired by local needs, important though they be. It
is ironic that the exposed peril of the D.P.'s and the
powerful pull of Israel has benefited local institu-
tions to an extent hitherto undreamed of, even in
the lush field of Jewish philanthropy.
Unworthy Compromise.
It is therefore distressing to see Federal), n lead-
en compromise high principle to the ex] and
the temporary. Assisting the ingathering e ex-
iles and rebuilding Israel is the enviabl filege
of our generation. It is fulfilling the pri ii ol
Isaiah. Jeremiah, and Ezekiel. Jews li1 rough
blood and mountains of cor] foi
this day. To compare a h spital with the : i mm-
destiny is to the
gnat for the i ami I. (living thi I-
1 drivi S IS a sure way !
campaigns th fort to the des-
perati
Hosj
Moo rids any reflection up pur-
I f the trusti le a
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rying to maintain an up-t date tioi
and balai t can

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Jewish Burdi
Vet is it fair or practicable to load the Ji
health? The American Jew is already cai ng a
sufficient load. As a citizen and tax payi r,
all the duties and fell ier-
icans. As a Jew. he has the additional burden of
cai rying his ancient tradition of religion, educat n,
anil social betterment. At this crucial momi hi is
charged with the rescue of trapped brethren undi r
threatening Russian and Arabian skies. Above all,
he cannot let Israel down.
It is too much to require our community to pro-
Vide hospitalization for indigent Gentiles or Jews.
Public health, like education, should be the conci rn
of government. Mt. Sinai Hospital might render a
real service by applying to the Miami Beach City
Council for a workable arrangement that would solve
5ts burdensome problems.

Rabbi Mescheloff Is Given Trip To Israel (frOWHI TO Spdk
At Beth Sholom
Cecil Brown, noted radio com-
m< ntator and analyst, will speak
under the auspices of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth Sholom on
Monday. February 26, at 8:30
p. m. at the Temple, accord
to an announcement by the men's
club president, Frank Kamen.
:i will analyze the cur-
: i nt in his talk en-
E re in Asia." He
lias traveled extensivi ly tfin
Euro]i', Asia and Israel and is
winner of the G F s-
SS Club.
Delta Chi and Nat mal
llinei club awi rds fi r
standing i adi i commi ntai
He has als > rec international
gnition for "his consistent
straight-from-the-shoulder war-
timi n p irting."
Benjamin B. Goldstein, chair-
man of the men's club lecture se-
j, announces that the B:
lecture is open to the public and
is not restricted to members of
the club.
Tickets are available at the
temple office.
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Tally Brown To Direct
Center Drama Workshop
Tally Brown has been ap-
pointed director of the Miami
Jewish Community Center drama
workshop, according t<> an an-
nouncement by Ben Essen, pres-
cient.
The group wiil meet each
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at
the center.
Ardmore studio
Judge Bernard Frank makes the presentation to the rabbi.
A trip to Israel during the corn-
in summer was the gift presented
to Rabbi Moses Mescheloff when
members of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation athered to pay tribute to
bbi at a testimonial dinner
Fi hi,ay 11. Judge Bernard
A. Frank, dinner chaiman, made
presentation. The affair
:ed thirteen years of leader-
ship in the congregation and in
the community.
Alfn I Lesser served as toast-
' of the program, which was
i by the presentation.
Rabbi F.liezer Silver, president of
Halkiii To Speak
On Israel Monday
it J. Balkin. director of
' FI il ida Regional Office of
\ nti-Defamation League of
B'i ith. will be guest lectur-
er to the class in "Civilization of
1 I" in Israel" at the Uni\.
Miami on Monday, February
26, at 8:30 p.m.
Balkin will trace the history
of the democratic movement of
enth century Europi
early America as the background
of the development of the mod-
ern Jewish state.
The iilm, "Don't Be a Sucker,"
Will be demonstrated as a phase
Ol the lecture.
Dr. Berthold C. Friedl, of the
University of Miami faculty is
instructor of the course.
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of ]
the United States and Canada/
and Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld.
father-in-law of the guest ol
honor, were the principal speak- !
ers.
Greetings were also heard from
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, David Whit-
man, congregation president, M.:
B Frank, honorary president, and
Mrs. Alfred Lesser, sisterhood!
president.
Rabbi Mescheloff's response and
benediction closed the program. ,
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A Peeuliar Award
The ji.scicsure thcrt William Randslp
ym Salomon
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rica s crreatesl patriots.
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; honor 3 man
newspapers are given !c ?P=-
sh acmes and who openly boasts be car
:t counted canong those who preach equality
among men :: all races rr^eis colors 2nd
gions. It :s true Mi Hearst is not the personal
author .-: those diatribes but by giving them
prominence in his newspapers he must s._.;:e
equal guilt for them How a publisher who j
mits the Jewish name to re -red and vilifed
by an impudent and ignoronl columnist could
hove been chosen ::: ;r. award named after -~
who sought refuge from persecution in this
country .s os baffling sn enigma ^s it :; painful
The selection :: Hearst ::: this specific honor is
an ~:::cr.t :r the Jewish community ct America
know with whom Seorge Jesse! and
v vT3
y Mid wr
WITH THEIR BIG HATCHETS
Senator 3uy Gillette co-chairmen of the National
Haym Solomon Memorial Committee, consulted
when deliberating on the choice. Or.e thing how-
ever .; certainthey honored neither the Jewish
The Rosenberg AH air
The decision by U. S. Attorney General McGrntkl
tc proceed with the big legal stick against M
:sses who knowingly lied in their efforts I
::: the appointment of Mrs. Anna RosenbJ
to the defense post she now holds is cs tiaiel
cs it is wise. '
There may perhaps be no disposition in certabl
circles to revive an issue which came closer b
lucing an American "Dreyfus A: L
generally suspected. But we are glad that thj
Justice Department evidently : -ierentlrl
cbout the matter. For here was not only a cai
trying to smear the character of c Anual
can woman, but an attempt to smear the who*
Jewish community through imputing eommunjJ
to a Jewish public figure. Moreover it was j
device to use the Congress of the L\ I StatJ
cs a forum for the dissemination -: nti-Semig
c:',d divisive propaganda at a time when fol
national unity is the imperative demand ol t]J
hour. No one who read the newspaper accoumj
ct the Washington hearings can possibly iorcet
the black figures that were lurking be]
scene even as the whole conspiracy against I" '
Rosenberg collapsed.
We can trust that when Mr. McGrath presets
the case to the Federal Grand Jury he v...;
merely delve into the matter-of-fact ques
whether any of the witnesses perjured ti
selves, but into the broader issue of whether
attempted character assassination of the Jei
woman did not stem from that astute char:
and his henchmen who would transform Amc
into a Hitlerland.
community in America nor the memory :: H:~l
Salomon when they picked Willicm Randoq
Hearst for the Haym Salomon Award.
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nee and not the actor or
the critics ... is the surest ba-
ter of mem "'
One of the most important as-
' can have in his
-.--. Eddie goes on to say. is
an ability to sense the reaction of
his audience and gear his per-
nce accordingly. '-This sort
:' sixth >ense. latent in most ar-
ires, is so important that
I daresay no performer ever
reaches the big time without it.
An actor plays the way the audi-
m to. or he isn't
worthy of his calling.
A few years ago." Eddie ex-
; "I was heralded as a rev-
. iti -. ry character because I in-
audiences at my
People had never
I to br.^ad-
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innovation
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lay. most big broadcasts
audiences, and for the
reason I've mentionedto better
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always the urge to de-
kind of goods the custo-
K for An actor who blames
writers or a 'c 1
fur a poor show is
up wrath aga.
one the customers havi tunedil
and it's up to him '. see trail
they're satisfied. T: 1
bility for entertain I
n-.ers lies squarely I I
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of that fact
"With 140.000.0i"'
many tastes to c> : r.ere artl
; bound to be d;fl\.- : opia-l
, ion as to what constitutes good|
entertainment. Th( lot
room for improvement, everyoml
agrees. But one thing y u can hi
sure ofwhat you hear on tal
'radio is what a majority of 1|
teners want to hear.
"Singers croon because croon-l
ing is the demand of the hour.l
Gravel-voiced comediennes ticklej
the public's funnybor.e. and l
. they reign over the airwave be-l
' cause the public demands their|
talents.
"The customer right"!
concludes Eddie. "Rad: and teM
vision performers aim to give wl
customers what they want to hear J
and see. and how successful tr.e-"|
efforts are can only be estima
i in the number of re-orders that!
come in from dealers who tusei
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after week, year after yeat
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tfDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951
*Jewish noridllmr
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SSIB HM'M lenient Program
Budget Set At SI00.000 For 1951
f.,' i, wish Social Service I agency, which is headed by Emil
'in( tary requirements Gould, will receive SI 1,000 from
151 immigration and re-1 the current campaign.
, | [ram total an esti--------------------------------
ooo.il was announced Beth David Children To
: -. ,1(!;'|,,ld Unserlclder' Present Friday Rites
.. 120 Jewish displaced The kindergarten claUs of Beth
reported, are expected David Sunday
. pre-
Greater Miami during Sl"' a model Friday night pro-
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| i c inverse in English
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lgh community as- gram for the combined cla
-This means he said, the pre-kindergarten through the
he Jewish community, second grade.
Greater Miami Jew- The program, to be given un-
has agreed to raise der the direction of Jeanne Stie-
the necessary funds : bel and Dons Kasow, will con-
these newcomers into sist of the lighting of the candles.
\ n wav of life by pro- the chanting of the kiddush and
, for them, securing | the blessing over the ehallah.
The children will be served
gefilte fish, individual challahs
them financial relief and cake. About two hundred
able to take care : children will participate in this
| traditional Friday night service.
the historv of previous', This program is given in order
. leider predicted that I to acquaint the children with the
m additional refugees I customs and ceremonies of the
to Miami independ- Jewish home.
: iny of these will, he
compelled to turn to the
50Cial Service Bureau for;
istance.
I Ungerleider declared,
- al Service Bureau
inO.OOO for its refugee pro-
During that period 16/
irvivors arrived here.
151, Ungerleider estimates.
! miiii Jewish arrivals can
. in the ITnited States
L th through October. The
I, DP Act expires June 30.
[eider anticipated that
of immigration will be
intil Octobre 30 since,
a: are valid for
fter issuance.
v that deals with
icans" and derives its
I the 1951 Combined
\: peal is the Jewish Vo-
S rvice. Organized less
x months ago. it has al-
; d ni -' curing jobs
.;.> refugees. This
Sydell Bass was chosen 'Queen of Hearts" at a dar.ee recently
sponsored by the Young Adult Grouo of the Coral Gables Jewish
Center. Pictured ere Bonnie Brody. Larry Wilde, emcee. Miss
Bess. Hal Murray, guest of honor and judge, and Roslyn Elbaum.
; Dance Team To Appear
Here On March 20th
The internationally famous in-
Iterpretive dance team of K
Delakova and Fred Berk will
' give a public concert in Miami
|on March 20 at 8:30 p.m. at U I
Bayfront Municipal Auditorium..
Announcement of the local ap-
pearance of the artists was made
by Arthur Cohen, chairman of '
event, which is being sponsoi
by Miami and Miami Beach Units
Jr. Hadassah and the University
of Miami Chapter of IZFA.
Delakova and Berk have
travelled since earliest youth, I
forming at concert halls, theati
colleges and universities. T..
conduct their dance groups,
eograph musicals, experi-
mental theater productions
pageants in New York.
In the greater unity that come3
Of tolerance is our strength. Never
before have we so much needed
therness. Tolerance can light
I the way.John H. Crider._______
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Cantor Samuel Kelemer will
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! Sunday, February 25. at 2:30
p.m. Also slated to appear is
I Miss Marilyn Ross, soprano.
who is vacationing at the Sor-
rento Hotel, Miami Beach. The
residents of the home were en-
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With J. Meyer Schine as invisible host. Red Cross leaders met
ai p Ronsy-Plaza luncheon, in response to telegrams from "Doc"
Kle:r.. Doc" ar.d joe Lipton pledge to be on tap for help ... To
everyone's pleasure, the speeches were excellently short and
poir.tec Ruth Lieberman was thereshe's Kenr.on Jewett's
office mainstay My beat is Lincoln Road, toward the S10.000
business quota. Will seme of you Strictly Neighbors help me?
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PICTURE-DRIVE!
The North Bay Area Taxpayers' Association, spearhead by
Ai Pallot i gefl ng lomc million-dollar licks at traffic-tangles.
:_--:.:: points, This is a day-and-night vexation, says Charles
5. Tobin the organization'] iressurer. The other eveningat
I p.n --: looked lik jed dinnertime, over at 63rd St.
A": backed five blocks, trying to creep ahead .
-i this time tic :cp; ... No r.uttir.', except irate motorists .
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P ila Knopman and
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iner of the Shalimar
R iom at the Saxony II itel, was
attraction at the sixth an-
il ad journal luncheon of the
- >d of Temple Beth Sholom
ion Wednesday, February 21, at
12:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel.
to an announcement by
M; Alex A. Straus, lunche in
chairman.
Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin was
Sisterl I Qui n" in
gnitioi : t that sin
sold the largest number of ;. nl
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Personally Speaking
Rabbi Solomon Schulscn of Milwaukee, Wis., is vacationing
with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schulson,
3930 S.W. 22nd Terrace.
-
Miss Rema Jackson, who has received an appointment
from the U. S. State Department, will leave for Washington,
tj. C., on Saturday to train for foreign service. Miss Jackson will
be feted at a farewell party at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Jackscn, 1438 Jefferenson Ave., Miami Beach, on
Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gittlen, 975 South Shore Drive, Nor-
mally Isle, are entertaining their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Maier Gittlen, and their two children, Peter and
William, of Detroit, Mich.
***
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weisman, 1245 S.W. 12th St., have
had as their houseguests Mrs. Anna Weil and Mrs. I. O. Palefski
of New York. The visitors left for a four-day stay in Nassau this |
week and upon their return will be guests at the Capri Hotel,
Miami Beach. The Weismans are former residents of New York
and have been living in this area for the past year and a half.
*
Houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bergman is Mrs. Sam ,
Dworkin of Bronx, N. Y. Mrs. Dworkin will spend several days MilTl'V Doctor
in Nassau before returning home. The betrothal of Miss Juliene
* -* Berk of New York to Dr. Mor-
Arthur Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Siegel, 1175 ton M. Ziskind. New Orleans,
S.W. 22nd Ave., will arrive here next week to accompany son of thr> late Rabbi and Mrs.
Eddie Cantor during the comedian's performances at the Miami Meyer Ziskind of Syracuse and
Beach Municipal Auditorium on February 27, 28 and March 1. New York City, has been an-
Youncj Siegel has written special material music for some of nounced bj her parents, Mr. and
the most famous names in the theatrical world and is now Mrs. Herman Berk, forme: res-
; the score for a musical comedy.
* *
: of Richard Lee Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kate,
h St., took place last Thursday at the home of his
[parents were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Spell; Philip
ok; and Rabbi Philip Fried, mohel.
* *
.
Juliene Berk
Juliene Berk To
Prominent Bostonians
Vacation In Hollywood
Prominent IS .. and
Mis. Jack Lebowich, u
at Brooklhi' M are ending a
month's stay ;{ the Hoi]
Hoti ii illyv
Thej
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York advi
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M>. Lebowich. a well known
real estate operator in M
chusetts, is conferring while here
with a number of other northern
vacationers regarding additional
work in the field of Jewish phil-
anthropy in which he is a promi-
nent figure. Lebowich plays a
major role in his hometown area
in the United Jewish Appeal.
Brandeis University, Boston hos-
pitals, among other philanthropic
and communal activities.
Mr and Mrs. Edward Lebowich,
son and daughter-in-law, recently
flew to Hollywood to spend a
week-end with his parents.
:' ,i ville n .' living
on Normandj 1 le.
> July
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-M ISS To Sponsor
Donor Dinner
Plans for the sixth annual donor
dinner to bt held at the Five
O'clock Club on Sunday, Ft :>-
ruary 2t. at 6 p.m. are being
completed by the Great
Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives'
Ri lit t S iciety.
ry Ponchi trman
and Mrs. M ic SI irch, c i-
man, Mrs. Maurj P incht
and M
Mendelson, tre Moi ris
Goluskin is president
iter.
Proo
to help I
County h
Mr. on 1 Mrs. Gecrqe Piils, 12315 N.W. 10th Ave., announce She hi litorium in Spivak, Colo.
r third son, Steven Randolph, held last Thursday
me. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Lopota. Harry
Schlcm was sandek. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shawmut, 3176 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
are leaving on March 5 for an expended stay in Israel.
* *
Former Miami Beach resident, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs of
Hollywood, Cal., is a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Oppsnheim, 1610 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. The visitor cific.
will scon be joined by her daughter, Nancy (Mrs. Myron Dutton) _
of New York and California. Women s droup t ormed
ic -fc .ft A Women's Auxiliary was or-
., u-ij o- r- u io i ganized bv the Miami Jewish ; p:.'
A son was born to Mrs. Hilda Singer on February 13 at Communjlv Center aI a iuncheon _J
in Ni '.'. V d is a puj
Edith Nichols, former student ol
Lilli Lehmann.
Dr. Ziskind was graduati d
Tulane University Mi die il
School and is now a member of
the school faculty. He belongs
to Alpha Omega Alpha frater-
nity. During World War II he
served as a major in the Army
Medical Corps in the South Pa-
I
and the nation.!! pri
1 msumpth
ciety, Mrs. George Edi
be guest 3 of honor.
Ri ei vations may b<
contacting Mrs. Hy Frie
Mrs. David Benclel or Mrs. Irving
Stemerman.
Mercy Hospital. The bris took place on February 21 with Rabbi meeting last Wednesday, it has
S. M. Mcchtei officiating. The baby, namsd Ralph for his late been announced by Ben Essen,
father, is the qrandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. Singer and Mr. and rente president, who spoke
Mrs. M. Ratner.
* *
to
the group.
Mrs. Ida Engler Forcr. first
president of the old Young Wo-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohrer, 721 West Ave., Miami Beach, men>s Hebrew Association, was
have as their houseguest Miss Arline Igel of Minecla, L. I. The named as acting chairman of the
Bohrers were hosts at a dinner at their home on Wednesday group. Those present besides Mrs.
evening. Guests were Miss Igel. Mr? and Mrs. Charles Daley frff%^Jfe
ton, Brooklyn, N._r\, and Irving Zacheimer. man Abo Cutler. Samuel Caplan.
Monroe Gelb. David Kozlin. Leo
Landis,"Leon Kaplan, Sam Pesin.
A. L. Plager, Sam Seitlin, Max
Silver. Lewis Sternshein. Charles
Spingarn, Oscar Topaz. Maurice
Waldorf, Jules Wilson. Ben Essen.
Also present were Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, Gus Jacobson
and Bernard Segal.
The Family ol the Late
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
Wish to extend their gratitude to the many friends and relatives
who sympathized with them in their hour of grief.
Bandel To Speak
Miami Commissioner I. uie
Bandel will speak at the Israelite
Center. 3198 S.W. 24th Terr., on
Tuesday, February 27, at 8 p.m.
His subject will be "The Miami
CommissionIts Operation
and Function."
Lois Sakrais
Lois Sakrais
Betrothal Told
Announcement has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Sanpuel Z. Sak-
rais, 235 76th Street, Miami
Beach, of the betrothal of their
daughter. Lois, to Marshall Law-
rence Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Jacobs of Jersey City.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Miami Beach High Schi 1. She
tudying voice with Dr. Paul
Reck and Is on the stafl of the
I Vernon Hotel
: [i r Fiance atti nded D iq tie
University. Pittsburgh, i 9
luati in the Univi i I
mi.
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FOR 25 YEARS
"My husband introduced me to
ALL-BRAN shortly after we were
married. I use n in my cooking as
well as for break-
fast. The result:
we're regular as
clockwork!" Mrs.
Antonina Grazianp,
453 Garfield Ave.,
Jersey City, N. J.
One of many unso-
licited letters from
ALL-BRAN users.
If you suffer from constipation du.s
to lack of dietary bulk, eat an
ounce (about '-j cup1 of crispy
Kellogg's ALL-BRAN daily, drink
plenty of water. If not satisfied
after'10 days, return empty box
to Kellogg's, Batik.' Creek, Mho.
Get DOUBLE YOI1K MONEY BACK f
STAR-KiST TUNA
WINS 3-T0-1!
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f
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Does your heart good to see how Baby enjoys
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by one of America's best
known firms of Certified
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2. Brand names concealed.
3. Housewives chosen
through cooperation of
church groups, women's
clubs and auxiliaries,
coast-to-coast.
4. Panels of.hundreds io
each test city assured ac-
curacy.
3. Experts chosen from home
economists, food editors,
etc.
6. Star-Kist Tuna and an-
other leading nationally
advertised brand were
taste tested by both ex-
perts and housewives in
each panel.
RESULTS...
Food Expertt and Houitwivei
Prtfer Star-Kill
Tuna, 3 to 1 I
As avdilod by Indoptndont
Certified Public Accountants
Nationwide Tests Prove
Star-Kist Flavor Wins Over
Other Leading Brands...
In unbiased taste tests, an overwhelming
majority chose Star-Kist. Why? Hecausc
only the smaller, naturally finer tuna arc
packed under the Star-Kist label. Better
three ways: LIGHTER, FIXER-TEX-
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today!
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preferred Star-Kist flavor to all other
leading nationally advertised brands of
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cans...always have plenty on the kitchen
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Serve this marvelous protein food value
to your family and watch them ask for
"seconds." You can't buy finer tuna, no
matter what you pay! Ask your grocer
for Star-Kist, the Tuna of the Stars.
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ridhAY. l'i:UHIIAHY 23, 1951
ARE YOU
ELIGIBLE RESIDENTS OF DADE COUNTY
ARE OFFERED
mm. COMMUNITY HEALTH PLAN
Enrollment Starts Monday, Feb. 19, 1951
Closes March 19, 1951
RICH or POOR-We are all on a budget-So, budget your
HOSPITAL PLAN
Helps
PAY:
DOCTOR and
HOSPITAL
BILLS
IF YOU ARE EMPLOYED And have a Health Plan, which pay benefits ONLY
while in the hospital Then you are only Vi insured. -
OUR INCOME PROTECTION PLAN Pays you benefits even though you are not in
a hospital.
Your expense up to
900
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HOSPITAL ROOM and BOARD
For each sickness or accident at
the rate of $9.00 a day.
UNLIMITED as often as needed for the
following:
OPERATING ROOM
***<=^. ------ SED&TIVI DRUGS
WHY You Should Enroll:
* Waiting Periods Eliminated _Most Health Plans
have certain waiting periods before the full benefits become
effective, with our VOLUNTARY HEALTH PLAN ALL usual
waiting periods are eliminated and the full benefits of your
plan, (except maternity) go into effect Date of your policy.
* No Med'cal Examination required for enrollment
future medical care!
INCOME
PROTECTION PLAN
FOR
people
employed in business
and professional
$113,333.00
THIS figure might be the amount you will earn in your present
job IF you keep your Health. Your ability to work and earn a
living, is your MOST VALUABLE ASSET.
A- No Automatic Termination Age
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WHEN Sick or Hurt your income STOPS, but
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THEY MUST BE PAID!
your Rent,


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ACCIDENTAL DEATH BENEFIT FOR EACH
MEMBER OF FAMILY:
(Workmen's Compensation, Non-com-
mercial air travel and Acts of War ex-
ceptcd)
PLUS:
BENEFITS FOR:
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OXYGEN
MEDICINE
ANESTHESIA
LABORATORY SERVICE
AMBULANCE SERVICE -
Out of City.
No One Can Afford To Be Without It
ENROLL TODAY!
Tomorrow May Be Too Late!
YES
THERE IS NO
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Yes There is no waiting period, which means It is customary for most
Health Kisurance Plans to have a 30 to 90 day waiting period for sickness
surgical operations MUTUAL'S COMMUNITY HEALTH PLAN Eliminates
waiting periods.
PLUS
\
BENEFITS FOR:
DOCTORS VISITS Sickness or Ac-
cident at Hospital.
SURGEONS FEES
NURSES FEES Accident only.
MATERNITY Family Plan only after
10 months.
Covers Sickness originating after
date of your policy.
Each member in the family covered.
Covers Surgical operations.
YOU CHOOSE YOUR OWN DOCTOR
& HOSPITAL
YOUR
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. STATEMENTS BY .
YOU .
HOSPITAL
lonth, for one day or more
Even a LIFETIME for total dis-
ability from accident or confining illness.
$2,500 $7,500 ;.^r;.!.dr,e Kmi"
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ulVnilLgu date (except venereal, mental infirmity
pregnancy)
APOlRp NT1 Covers al1 accidents (except private avia-
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OUTSTANDING FEATURES
Provides coverage twenty-four hours a day ON
or OFF the JOB. Regardless of any compensation
from Group or State.
WAIVER OF PREMIUM PROVISION.
PROVIDES BENEFITS for nonconfining sickness
& partial disability.
Where to Enroll:
DAOE COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO ALL RESIDENTS OF DADE COUNTY:
As members of the Dade County Medical Association
we recognize that everyone needs same kind of Voluntary ,
Health, Accident and Hospitalization protection.
We, as members of the Medical profession, recommend
that every resident take advantage of some carefully In-
vestigated voluntary health insurance plan.
(Signed) Jack O. Cleveland. M.D.
President Dade County Medical Assn.
DOCTORS' HOSPITAL
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Assn.
February 16, 1951
Gentlemen:
This hospital honors Mutual Benefit of Omaha's assignments
provided that the terms of the policy and the validity of
the claim has been verified before the discharge of the
patient.
Upon discharge, if the foregoing provisions have been met,
the patient's account is credited with the amount the insur-
ance allows and the patient pays the balance of the amount.
(Signed) Mary J. Reeder
Superintendent of Doctors Hospital
Coral Gabies
Headquarters Downtown Miami. 198 N.E. 2nd Ave., Cor. 2nd St.
.Coral Gables, Miracle Theatre Bldg., 278 Miracle Mile
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Director
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OPERATING IX FLORIDA OVER IS VI\15S OVER 3,100,000 rOLICY OWNERS
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Gentlemen:
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Music Ta*hrs to re<
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Knev ia- Shoulsoi n Paa di-
;.. ||V( ,tj n- : f the Zi n it D -vet of
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U.S. woul ZZ^Z^L_________
Club on
Soviet to '.' at 8 p.m.
Israi The artist the
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Campaign Camera Highlights
Judge Samuel Liebowitx. right, of King's County CouflJ
>oklyn, N. Y.. was guest of honor and principal speaker at it,I
cial gifts dinner of the Irades unit last Thursday night at ih(l
.-.; Rs^h athlptic Club. Sitting beside the famous New Y..J
Brooklyt
special gin
Miami Beach Athletic Club. Sitting beside the famous New Yorkl
jurist are Samuel Friedland. campaign chairman, and Circuitl
Judge Joe Morris.
*J\ ^*r
This foursome at the special gifts dinner of tha Con
Jewish Appeal recently held al the Westview Country
includes Samuel Friedland. chairman of the campaign: JackJ. _
co chairman of the winter residents unit; Quer.tin Reynolds, not
newspaper man and principal speaker at the affair; Herbert T l
special gifts chairman.
Cantor Show Slated
For Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1
Eddie Cantor's one man sh
bows into the Miami Beach Audi-
torium February 27. 28
March 1 under the auspices of
American Lesion Post 85.
Presenting a cavalcadi of 41
years in show business, the Can-
r show will be a i tion
i if ane< d< ites, pei a n il experiences
and songs with whi< tamei
mi. inextricably invoh
Spea how is Post
85 Commander James H. Ruby
and Larry Hoffman, past com-
mander of post!!5 and present
10th district commander. Pio-
ceeds from the event will go into
the fund for hospitalized veterans
throughout the area.
Tickets are on sale at the Mi-
ami Beach auditorium box of- i
thi I' -'.(in Homo. Burdine's
and Gift Isle. Miracle Mile. Coral
Gables.
STARTS SATURDAY
Nites 8:30 Sun. Mat. 13\
ALL NEWf*^
Rl S. SIK 1 .V
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Tickets
Taylor Sport Shop
40 S.E.
Cy Clydes
1661 Collins. Mi
and
COUSPUM
1500 Douglas Rd.. Coral GaB
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m will include a
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI presents
U H ill play
Scarlatti
'' that -:n- 11 go to thi
for ]
and
MIAMI CONVALESCENT 24 H A" .' ( A 35 S. W. Persona] Men LEO \ijj;.\ HOME
The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus
BEN YOMEN MARGARET BEN YONP
Conductor Pianist
Presents
A Sunday Variety Concert
February 25. 8:30 P.M.
Miami Beach High School
Nth & Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach
Sol & Helen Fishei Folk Dancrt
Dramatic Skit Morris Dickholtz & G
Corner; Trio Frederick Neumann
Joan Radley. Cellist, Florence Kutzen. Pi
Special
Engagement
IN PERSON
JOSE
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World Famous Pianist
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>th David Will
fold Minstrel
are now in progri i
. I's second annual
hrl and variety show to be
'; Mj ,,.,, senior High School
n March 7 at 8:30
met with such u
thai the congregation
|VilU(i to make it an annual
|" Harry Gordon is general
[ I the production and
s!'ut. Larry Wilde and Mur-
faaum are directing.
>!k thorns To
ws L Greater Miami Jewish
[Chorus will present a variety
on Sunday, February 25,
10 p.m. in the Miami Beach
or High School Auditorium.
Irticipants include the chorus
\r the direction of Ben Yomen
M ; ret Ben Yomen at the
p; S(il ;ind Helen Fisher, folk
el.s; Morris Dickholtz and
I n, who will appear in
lit entitled "It Could Be a
dcrful World."
I 1 attraction will be a
Vr't trio consisting of Fred-
.. professor of vio-
It the University of Miami
former concert master of the
i i Miami Symphony;
r ; .. 'cellist and former
Bi ndetti; and Florence
k] ert pianist and ac-
tanist : ir the Miami Opera
Exhibition I If Israeli Painting* Will
Open At IVikin Galleries Suntlav
An exhibition of 120 paintings
by 20 of Israel's leading artists
will open on Sunday, February
25, at the Pcikin Gallerii b, 767
I 41st St., Miami Beach. The dis-
| play will be i pen from 9 a.m. to
9 p m. daily.
The exhibition was brought to
this country bv Miss Yurika Mann
who is a native of Israel. Miss
Mann's ambition is to bring the
finest of Israeli art to the art
' centers of the world and to bring
' the best in modern art from these
centers to the Jewish state.
As part of this project. Miss
Mann presented an exhibition of
French painting and sculpture in
Jerusalem. Haifa and Tel Aviv
the early part of this year. In
1952 Israel will reciprocate with
an exhibit of its art in France
by arrangement with the Museum
d'Art Moderne.
An artist in her own right. Miss
Mann is a graduate of L'Ecole
| du Louvre and a regular art critic
and columnist for the women's
weekly in Tel Aviv. La-Lsha.
Included in the exhibition will
be works bv Hoffman. Hahn,
Hillel, Wolf, Steinhardt, Schiffer,
Bloom.
The exhibition will be opened
: by Mayor Harold Turk Hostesses
| at the opening will be the Mes-
i dames Morris Alpert. Isabel S.
Altholtz, Bernard Goldberg, Louis
Goldman, Murry Grossman, Ir-
win Weinstein, Mana-Zuca or
Sara S. Epstein.
Sunday
Yurika' Mann

Academy Board To
Meet Wednesday
Harry .Korctzky, a member of
the board of directors of the
Hebrew Academy, will be host
to his fellow board members at
a special meeting at his home,
6145 LaGorce Drive. Miami Beach.
on Wednesday evening, February
28.
Dr. David S. Andron, president
of the academy, announced that
reports will be given by Lewis
M. Escott on tbe Richard Tucker
concert, Matthew Silverstein on
the budget. Jack Satin on ad-:
ministrative offices, Daniel Broad;
on proposed new constitution, and'
Rabbi Alexander Gross on schol-
astic activities.
When Your Tablets
- of lhe tight rabLis newlv commissioned as chaplains in
Jrmed forces qct final briefing from Rabt: Aryeh Lev, director
VB's D-vsion of Religious Activities, which recruits, endorses
res Jewish chaplains, as they leave for their first assign-
. lo r. Chaplain Aaron GewirJz, United Hebrew Congrega-
Keynort, N. J., ,- member of Rabbinical Council of America:
is going to Sampson Air Fftrce Base. Sampson, N. Y.: Rabbi
^ Chaplain Reuven Siegel, assistant rabbi of Temple B'nai
Mem. Newark, N. J a member of the Rabb;nical Assembly
iier'ci!, who is headed for a Naval base: and Chaplain Herbert
>to Monroe, N. Y Jewish Council, a member of the Central
I of American Rabbis, who is assinned lo Fort Leonard
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The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of "lhe Greater Miami
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ADVISES THE PUBLIC
1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth :
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Harry Sirkin. Pres.
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At dedication ceremonies on Sunday. February 11, the main
I auditorium of the newly constructed Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Community Center was officially named Gelvan Hall in honor of
Leo Gelvan. who built the center, and his wife. Pictured at the
[rites are (L to r.) Philip P. Lyons, president of the group; Mrs.
IGelvan; Mr. Gelvan; and Nathan Becker, first vice president.
JEWS IN SPORTS
By HASKELL COHEN
Is fans and everyone else
& ; to racial or religious dis-
i ition will be glad to hear
i: cent statement by one of
[ ll's greats, Hank Green-
nager of the Cleve-
| says there's no room
in sports. And he
| ince words. Hank put
way: "We in Cleveland
; lid the motto that
1 unts, not race, color
: I. is only natural, there-
Ihat the Cleveland Indians
the waj by judging players
e only. Our daily
i includes two Irishmen,
hman, a Scotsman, and
.1 Mi xicans, Protestants, Cath-
j Jews. Negroes, and
|i i all Americans who
I together in per-
lony. This speaks for it-
lit. '
Listen to
WFEC
Eery Friday at 10:15 A.M.
Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M.
This week is a good time to pay
tribute to a couple of basketball
players from Columbia Univer-
sity who are hitting their stride
this year. Bob Reiss and Al Stein,
j both juniors, have scored 342
points between them. Reiss hails
from Brooklyn, Stein from Phila-
: delphia, where he went to Over-
brook High and made the city's!
championship cage team in 1947.
Reiss, a six foot two forwaid, '
| was the season's second highest
[scorer for Columbia up through
! the game against Cornell. His '
impressive total stood at 205.
Stein, a small guard with a good
set shot, stood as the team's fourth \
highest point-maker with 127. In- !
cidentally. the 20-year-old sharp-
shooters get along as well off the
! court as on. They're roommates
and good pals.
Another top scoring combina-
tion are Hv Buller and Sammy ,
Lavitt of the Cleveland Barons'
hockey team. They're scoring high
for defensive players. In fact,
they've set an all-time record for I
defensive scoring in the Ameri- i
can Hockey League and they're |
due for all-league honors. Buller .
has shown that, without question,
he's good enough for the National
League. But. not interested, says
Buller. He likes the set-up with
the Barons.
Most swimmers are accustomed
to having their opponents within
sight when they race. That won't
be the case in the Jewish Wel-
fare Board swimming meet com-
ing up soon. Tankmen from Com-
munity Centers and YMHA's
throughout the country will be
facing their competitors via air-
mail. The first JWB Air Mail
Swimming Meet comes off be-
tween March 15-30 under the di-
rection of Leon Ginsberg of Bal-
timore, head of the swimming
committee. Here's how the unique
meet works: the swimmers, us-
ing 60 and 75-foot pools, will
swim against time in the various
events prescribed by the main
office. Results will be sent in.
compared, and the winners will
thus be determined. The idea is
catching on and there already are
entries from some 37 centers and
YMHA's. More are expected.
The JWB is also lining up its
sectional volleyball schedule. The
winner will go to the U. S. Vol-
leyball Association's national
tourney early in May at Spring-
field, Mass. Chairman of the JWB
competition is Harold Zimman of
Lynn, Massachusetts.
Sports fans in the Union of
South Africa have their eyes on
a 15-year-old girl who promises
to be sensational in the years to
come if she keeps up her current
pace. Already Phyllis Bren is re-
garded as one of the best swim-
mers in the Union. The youngster
is a member of the Johannesburg
Municipal Swimming Club. Re-
cently she placed second in the
220-yard breaststroke of the na-
tional junior championships held
at Pietermaritzburg,
fJewisli tier Mian
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Israel's Political Crisis .
The immediate reason behind
Ben Gurion's resignation was de-
li at on the religious education
issue. But actually there were
considerations behind this
action, economic and political as
well as religious. The recent mu-
nicipal elections indicated a trend
against the major governing par-
ty and there was no doubt Mapai,
..fien Gurion's party, thought it
advisable to test national sen'.i-
' ment since the opposition parties
een claiming there was di-
minishing public support for the
in office. Secondly it is
believed Ben Gurion felt he must
have a more stable government
in these days of world tension. He
is said to believe that a general
electi >n, even though too c
la luxury for so small a country
as Israel, would crystallize the
country's political opinion at a
time when the ey< s of the world
l> ering in the direction of an
a which may well become the
focus of attack in the event of
another global conflict. What the
future composition of the govern-
l ment will be is a matter within
the realm of speculation. Both
the religious elements and the
General Zionists claim the elec-
torate will give them a heavy
vote. In such a situation the pos-
sibility is that the base of the
coalition government will be con-
siderably broadened. But what-
ever the result, Israel is giving
the world an excellent demon-
stration of democracy in action.
Habibi .
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Mrs. Matilda Ratner is shown presenting the Ratner Award
to Ophra Chill, student representative of the Hebrew Academy,
which took first place in the Maccabiah sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education for the Jewish Schools of Greater Miami.
The first time I ever visited a
night club was some thirty years
ago. Since then that form of en-
tertainment held no lure for me.
This week I was lured to an-
other onethe Habibi night club
in New Yorkand its memory I
am sure will linger for many
years. For here was a night club
with a Jewish and Israeli at-
mosphere. The pianist was an
Israeli artist. So was the violin-
ist. So was the young lady who
danced Israeli folk dances. And
so was that inimitable singer of
folk songs Shoshana Damari.
beautiful daughter of an Israeli
Sephardic rabbi. When Shoshana
announced she would sing the
Yiddish folk-song "Rozhinkes mit
Mandlen" the walls almost broke
with applause. And finally there
was the great artist Leo Fuld.
whose plaintive Yiddish tune
"Where Can I Go" is currently
sweeping Israel. Europe and the
United States. For an evening at
least, I was transported to Is-
rael, forgetting the great White
Way around the corner, the news
print dancing before the Times
biiilding, the beckoning signs on
roof tops, the shrieking voices of
newspaper boys and even the
championship fight that was be-
ing waged that evening in Chi-
cago between Jake La Motta and
Sugar Ray Robinson.
About People .
I see where my good friend
Rabbi Sidney J. Jacobs is trod-
ding the path of the canopy. His
partner in the march is Helen
Rozenweig of New York, a grad-
uate of the American Academy
of Dramatic Arts. An able jour-
nalist, executive and rabbi, Sid-
ney is also a fine music critic,
practicing his art in the Chicago
Sentinel. He was at one time a
contributor to the Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate. He is now
executive director of the Chicago
division of the American Jewish
Congress. Congratulations and
good luck Town Hall in New
York this week was the site of a
piano recital by Sylvia Heschel,
the charming wife of Professor
Abraham J. Heschel, author of
the fantastically exciting book
"The Earth Is The Lord's." The
audience at the concert was one
of the most fascinating this writ-
er has ever seena mixture of
music lovers, scholars, intellectu-
als and chassidic folk. Professor
Heschel is a descendent of a most
prominent chassidic dynasty .
Overlooked in the turmoil was the
recent appointment of a brilliant
young Jewish lawyer to the post
of Assistant Attorney General.
He is Abraham J. Harris of St.
Paul. Minnesota. He succeeded
Judge George Washington, of the
same family as President George
Washington, who swore him into
office. Young Harris is a man of
'great humility but his superiors in
j Washington predict a great legal
future for him.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
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day. February 24. a: 8:30 p.m.
c- new cer.:e: building. 50
N.W. 51st Plac?. The Southern
R?mb'ers wii: IbjJ bill
billy music for dancing. Games
end contests have been plannea.
Mrs. Freed arncunces. and
guests are asked to dress coun-
try style.______________________
N- w V rk City and'
Weiss Unveiling
I Th. an nument
the lafc Sidney

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Hotel Ownei Association.
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AJC Will Observe
Brotherhood Week
Miami Title & Abstract Company, one of the oldest (
organizations in Dade County, has moved to more spacious i
modern quarters on the ground floor of the Shoreland Arcade
has been announced by Hyland Rifas. president, and Dai
Rifas, vice president. The new offices are designed to proii
additional escrow and closing offices and to further increase!
efficiency of the title plant. The Rifases report that during!
past quarter of a century the company has prepared more]
10C.000 abstracts of title and has issued millions of dollars *
of title insurance. The company is an agent for Kansas CityTiB
Insurance Company. Clients and friends are invited to visit
new offices at 124 and 129 Shoreland Arcade Building.
Children's Home Unit
Slates Donor Luncheon
Th" Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home
at Di a\
will
for Children
hold its donor
held
.Mr. ; .
then, i to M A A I I luncheon on Tuesday. February
" juliu S n- 27. at 12 noon at the Five O'Clock
M L ts in th" human i club. Mrs. Albert Dublcr is the
;. N V '' will b< Pi M. chairman of the affair.
! A >ng guests will he the
under and national
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DAY ffRBUARY 23, 1951
}rth Beach Group
Meet Feb. 28
..,..,,, r pi. n" members
',). w North Bay An i
;iun has been
I Wednesday, February
f~i 2-30 p.m. by E. Albert
[, nt of the group.
.; will analyze a
fic flow" map drawn this
[jrbv Engineer Charles Silver,
f ,t of the organiza-
v jhe meeting will be held
|he Lincoln Road offices of
, bin.
Lrtered last week to battle
Unecks and traffic congestion,
|.H<.(. tion is supported by a
I leading Miami Beach
I,n>. In addition to Pallot and
fr, 'the iard of directors in-
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| Jack Ablin Max
Litz Mrs. W. D. McCreary,
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PAGE 15
His (ilasser
To Doctor
Mrs. Louis Glasser,
Aw., Miami Beach,
lunce the marriage of their
I Miss Phyllis Lee
\ Leonard I. Hodges,
,1 M and Mrs. Harry
[ tte, Ala., which took
1 18 in the home of
i Irv tig Lehrman, Miami
It.
win sisters Mona
Sonny Stephanie
Mr. and
|g tten led the couple,
Glassi r's parents.
Morris Siegel, and
i. Mrs. Esther
tt( n: (l the Uni-
1 .tul the Uni-
ty nf She was an
: Miami Beach
as gr iduated
ol ;ind as of
! n sident in
I n Mem
was
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after
activ
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I wish Ap-
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i est.
|i< a^naiis Hill
jar lto.Mknbkrg
" Rosenberg
nberg, author, lec-
t, Will address
Club of Greater Mi-
February 25, at
, Miami Beach Ath-
20 Indian Creek
announced by Hv
li tit.
*;"'"' *ho is former dele-
f,'"i Detroit B'nai B'rith
e Lodge in Wash-
c. and secretary of
Jewj|h Community
known^s the "Ameri-
AN ISRAELI ARN\y COLUMN )
IS COMING 7-7-------------------r
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THE CANYON |) FOOLS WE
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ItVaidi Zionists
To Hoar llalkin
Gilbert J. Balkin. director of
the Florida Regional Office of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. will be principal speaker
at the Miami Beach Zionist
Luncheon Club Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 28, at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln
Manor, according to Harold
Shapiro, chairman and toast-
master.
Balkin. who has been a
ated with the ADL for the past
five years, will speak on "Israel
and the American Jewish Com-
munity." Prior to joining the
Anti-Defamation League, he
si rved for five years as a regional
irvisor of the U.S. Department
of Labor in New Orleans, La.,
and Birmingham, Ala. Included
am mg his duties w< re devising
corrective pro-rams in cases of
racial and religious discrimina-
A native of St. Louis. Mo..
Balkin is an honor graduate of
Washington University. with
post-graduate study in sociology
and public administration at
Washington University and the
University of Cincinnati.
Latest Israeli news will be re-
ported by Charles H. Lee. Jacob
j C. Fishman will lead community
singing.
Assisting Shapiro with ar-
rangements are Daniel M. Broad.
Paul Eisman, Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, Sam Prosterman and
Irving Schatzman.

Despite Gestapo threats, Liberman (W. Godik) refuses to
betray an Aryan neighbor. The scene is from the prize-winning
film, "Borden Street." which will open at the Plaza Theatre on
Friday, February 23. The film, which deals with the Warsaw
ghetto uprising, has a foreword by Quentin Reynolds. It won one
of the highest awards at the Venice International Film Festival
of 1948. "Border Street" was produced in 1948 at Lodz, Poland,
and at the Barrandov Studios near Prague. Directed by Alexander
Ford, the picture has an original score by Roman Palester.
Variety Hospital Will Emma Lazarus Unit
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Aged will meet on Tuesday. Feb-
ruary 27. at 1 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Benjamin
Appel, president.
By special request an original
musical skit based on the group's
fund-raising summer project will
be presented. Written and di-
rected by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry,
the playlet will feature Mrs. Sol
Silverman as narrator and include
.the Mesdames Frank Berger. Irv-
ing Frankel, Max Greenberg,
Ray Hammerman. Jack Udell.
Harry Koretzky and Mollie Schu-
man. Miss Clara Goldcnberg will
accompany at the piano.
Mrs. Samuel Ritter of the mem-
bership committee will present
gold pins to new life members.
Flagler-Granada Center
Inaugurate Late {Services
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will inaugurate its
first late Friday night service at
8:15 p.m. on February 23 with
Rabbi Solomon Schulson of Mil-
waukee, Wis., as guest speaker.
His topic will be 'Synagogue
Paces a .New World."
Prizes and trophies worth
S3.500 will be awarded to win-
ners of the1 first annual Florida
Championship Horse Show, ac-
cording to John A. Campbell,
president of the Florida Horse
Shows Association which is spon-
soring the show for the benefit
of Variety Children's Hospital at
Sunset Acres, South Miami, on
March 16, 17 and 18.
Horsemen (and women) in the
Greater Miami area, who wish
to enter the show, have until
February 28 to fill out applica-
tion blanks, according to show-
secretary, Charlotte Norris, 809
Pinecrest Dr., Miami Springs.
Dr. Rudolph E. Drosd will pre-
sent a film on cancer at the reg-
ular meeting of the Emma
Lazarus Chapter, Business and
Professional Women. B'nai B'rith.
at the Netherlands Hotel Coffee
Shop, 1339 Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach, on Tuesday. February 27.
at 8 p.m.. it has been announced
by Mrs. Robert Baron, president.
The film has been made avail-
able by the Dade County Medical
Association. Edyth Fleischer, pro-
gram chairman, is in charge of
arrangements.
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A three-act play. "Tzurik A
Haim." featuring songs, dances
and comedv will be presented by
the Mizrachi Chapter of Kneseth
Israel Congregation on Sunday.
March 11, at 8 p.m. at Miami
Beach High School, according to
I Joel Wortman, president.
! The cast includes Morris Con-
jrail. Lillian Sc/cehtor, Sheila
Gardner, Morris Gardner. Jack
Hollywood and Abe Yudkoff.
All proceeds will go to build
houses In Israel. Tickets
may be obtained from all Miz-
rachi members and at Lazarus'
Hebrew Book Store. 15th St. and
ington Ave
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the Masada-Miami Beach Young
Zionist District on Thursday,
February 22, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. His
topic was "European Jewry
1951."
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jixil Session of Teachers Seminar
o feature Class Demonstrations
Final session of the Sunday School teachers seminar will be held
. ..,, Miami Beach Jewish Center on Tuesday. February 27, at 8 p.m.
I Lve class demonstrations with students of the Miami Beach
hnol will be featured. The junior group will be under the direction
f Mrs Naomi Brandeis, who will give an unusual film lesson on
' VlDbath, while the senior group will be taught by Mrs. Sally
?.e wjth a special lessson on the coming holiday of Purim.
The workshop will be on Jewish dance under the direction of
Green, former dance teacher of the Jewish Education Committee
f The seminars, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education
all of the Jewish schools of Greater Miami, will close with an
valuation of the courses offered._________________________________
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951
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Teen-Agers To Hold
CJA Rally Feb. 27
The Miami Jewish Community
Center Teen-Age Youth Council
will play host to the entire teen-
age community at a mass rally
for the 1951 Combined Jewish
Appeal on Tuesday, February 27,
at 8:30 p.m. in the center gym.
Movies, a speaker and open dis-
cussion will be followed by danc-
ing. Chairmen of the rally are
Lila Pearl, Sandra Bloom and
Renee Tubman.
The rally is only one phase of
the teen-age division participa-
tion in the campaign. In addition,
individual groups will assist in
the campaign by helping with
mailings, pamphlets, brochures,
and the like.
Metropolitan opera tenor, Richard Tucker, greets some of the
I boys and girls of the Hebrew Academy Choir who will participate
in his concert Sunday evening, February 25, at the Miarrfi Beach
Auditorium. They are (1. to r.) Michael Kogan, Irwin Siegel, Barry
Honig. Leonard Tucker, Jay Makoviky, Adina Stadlan and Irving
I Kelemer._________________________________________________
forth Shore Center Sexton Honored
\\i Installation Ceremonies Sunday
Harry Tessler, sexton of the
orth Shore Jewish Center, was
resented with an engraved wrist
i itch in recognition of his "de-
,ted service to the center since
I rung" at the group's
| ;,nnu;il installation ban-
juet on Sunday night at the
Rtrath Haven Hotel. More than
>ne hundred people attended the
fcffair.
Officers who were seated at the
kti ncluded Melvin Pazol, presi-
B in, first vice presi-
>nt; U i Steinman, second vice
esident; Sam J:iffee. third vice
president; Abe Weintraub, fourth
rice president; Jacob Mayblum.
f:fth vice president: Lester
1 recording secretary: Carl
i Ait/, corresponding secre-
Jack Pritt, treasurer; Phil
|PEC Declares Dividend
A quarterly dividend of 25
en's i share on its $25 per value
n stock has been declared
Palestine Economic Cor-
tration, according to announce-
by Robert Szold, board
chairman. It is payable February
123.
This is the 33rd dividend paid
|by the 25-year old corporation,
largest American development
umpany operating in Israel.
Dividends declared in 1950
[totalled $209,151 for 6.119 stock-
oldei s. Szoid reported.
16.000 Expected at
7th Orchid Show
Some 16.000 persons are ex-
pected to attend the seventh In-
ternational Orchid Show of the
South Florida Orchid Society
Friday through Monday in Mi-
ami's Bayfront Park Auditorium.
Tamara Chapter
To Hear Liebman
Seymour B. Liebman, Miami
Beach attorney, will be guest
speaker at the meeting of Tamara
Chapter of Mizrachi Women on
Tuesday, February 27, at 8 p.m.
at the Victor Hotel, according to
Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz.
Liebman, whose subject will be
"Israel's Youth Today," has
visited Israel twice and has re-
cently written a series of articles
for The Jewish Floridian. He is
chairma of the Speakers Bureau
of the ZOA.
The program will also include
a showing of the technicolor film,
"A Pair of Shoes."
Workshop Will Present
Story O* Nancy Wilder
Radio Workshop for Democracy,
weekly live dramatic series,
presents "The Story of Nancy
Wilder," to be heard Sunday,
February 25, at 7:45 p.m. over
radio station WMIE.
Local actors appearing in this
Roth To Speak At
Lodge Installation
Councilman Burnett Roth of
Miami Beach will be the principal
speaker at installation ceremonies
of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Lewis Sternshein, local certified
public accountant, has been elect-
ed president of the lodge, to suc-
ceed Sam Kessler, it is announced
by Dr. Lester Gordon, chairman
of the lodge nominating commit-
tee.
Officers will be installed by
Past President Irving Cypen at
banquet ceremonies on Saturday
evening, February 24, at 7:30 p.m.,
at the Miami Beach Athletic Club,
6820 Indian Creek Drive.
Other officers elected to serve
with Sternshein are: vice presi-
dents, Alvin Budner, Howard
Levine and Melvin Morris; rec-
ording secretary, Leonard Uhr;
treasurer, Max Braslowsky; war-
den, Leonard Lifshutz; guardian,
Irving Gangel; chaplain, Sam
Kessler; trustees, A. Budd Cutler,
Dr. Leslie Gordon, William Herz-
brun. Irving Friedman and Julius
H. Maselstein.
A hundred thousand orchids week's program will be Bob Bren-
Pritzert, financial secretary and
Tessler, sexton.
Among speakers were Rabbi
Max Shapiro who installed the
officers; Abe Shefferman of
Washington, D. C, member of the
board for the United Synagogue
of America; and Rabbi Philip
Fried, spiritual leader of the
North Shore Jewish Center, who
offered the invocation and bene-
diction.
Honor guests were Dr. J. H.
Kaplan and Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
Mescheloff. Music was provided
by Hy and Pauline Fried.
valued at more than $1,000,000
will be exhibited at the affair,
which is the nation's largest or-
chid show, according to show
chairman Lester L. Preiss of Mi-
ami.
Orchids from England, France,
Hawaii, Brazil and other foreign
countries will be joined at the
February 23-26 event by 50 large
exhibits from the country's lead-
ing commercial growers and hun-
dreds of smaller exhibits from
South Florida amateurs.
ner, Lowell Thing, Vic Knobloch,
Irving Friedman, J. P. Fox. Sarah
Seiderman and Sonny Stillerman.
The program is directed by
Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with musical
accompaniment by Steve Kessler
at the organ.
Card Party Slated
Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls will
sponsor a card party on Sunday,
February 25. at 8 p.m. at Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Tickets mav be obtained at the
door, or by calling 48-0933.
Kandel Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memorv of the late Yetta
Kandel, formerly of 2222 S. W.
9th Street, will be held Sunday.
February 25. at 2 o'clock in the
Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park
Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro in charge of the ceremonies.
Mrs. Kandel is survived by her
husband, Ben.
In Miami from Washington,
D. C. for the unveiling are Mr.
and Mrs. Julius H. Wolpe, broth-
er-in-law and sister of the de-
ceased, and Mrs. Jennie Cooper,
sister-in-law.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Com-
pany. Friends and relatives are
'asked to be present.
Dt. Narot To Speak
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will be one
of the principal speakers at the
opening of the United Jewish Ap-
peal at the Hollywood Beach
Hotel in Hollywood on Sunday.
February 25.
Social For Rabbis, Wives
First of a series of monthly
socials for rabbis and their wives
will be held Saturday, February
24, at 8 p.m. at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, 1848
James Ave., Miami Beach.
Strassburg To Speak
Robert Strassburg, music con-
sultant to the Jewish Centers As-
sociation of Breater Miami, will
be guest speaker on Saturday,
February 24. at 8 p.m. at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St.
and Ocean Court, Miami Beach.
Strassburg will speak on "Jewish
Music, Old and New" and will
give illustrations.
On Tuesday at 8 p.m., Dr. Mor-
ris Schneer of New York will
give the third in the series of
lectures on "Psychology for Better
Living."_____________________
Greater Miami B'nai B'rith leaders plan the fourteenth annual state convention of Florid.
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Delegates from 21 lodges in Florida will aUe^ J6, a^
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Mapping plans for ? brunch to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on
Sunday. February 25, pt 11 a.m. are leaders of the apartment house unit of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown are I front row, 1. to r.> Mrs. Rose Langman,
Jeanne Damsn, Belgian school teacher who recently returned from a seven-week
tour of Israel. Meyer Te'gman. co-chairman of the unit, Mrs. Helen Sanders. Sol
Goldman; 'back row) Sidney Rubinowitz. Dr. Samuel Gluckman, Irving Arnold,
S^mue' Vogel. S'dney A. Steiner. executive director of the Miami Beach Apartment
Association. Bernard Lir.denfield and David Dogoloff. Taking a breather on the
slepr leading to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation offices are the leaders
in Ihe youth unit of the campaign. The unit will hold a mass youth rally at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday, February 25, at 2:30 p.m. featuring big
league baseball player. Al (Flip) Rosen, Maurice the Magician and Joel Gray.
Pictured here are (front row, 1. to r.) Stanley Sauls, Rosen, Herbert Kaplan.
chairman of the youth unit. Samuel Friedland. chairman of the 1951 campaign.
Stanley Bargteil; (back row) Robert Lefcoe, Louis Schwartzman. executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Philip Padower and Fred Malakoff. Talking
over the life luncheon to be sponsored by the women's gift unit at the Casablanca
Hotel on Wednesday, February 28, are (front row, 1. to r.) Mrs. Morris A. Skop,
Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of the women's gift unit. Mrs. David Pollack, chairman
of the affair, Mrs. Gus Ginsburg; (back row) Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, Mrs. Napthali
Weidterg. Mrs. Morris B. Horwitz and Mrs. Herschel Leschel, secretary. Eddie
Cantor will be honor guest and principal speaker at the luncheon. Miss Daman
recently addressed leaders of the hotel unit. Shown are (seated, clockwise) Norma
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IV, FEBRUARY 33,1851

Liturgical Music And Hazzanuth
By CANTOR JACOB GOLDRING
Miami Beach Jewish Center
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PAGE 3B
iirinfi Jewish Music Month,
fnv essavs have been written
many lectures delivered on
subject of Jewish music, set-
forth opinions pro and con.
s article is written from the
tor's point of view.
ewish music is recognized to-
hv leading musicians through-
the world, and we can state
h certainty that the father of
. development is our liturgy
he Siddur and liturgical music,
has been the Hazzan who,
ugh the ages, has chanted and
K-pretrd the beautiful prayers
i Pivutim" (poems) to the
,rts (",f the congregants. A
endarv fame was attached in
en days to the names of the
sters of Hazzanuth who,
}ough their creation of can-
ial chants, inspired the Jew
his bitter daily struggle with
. Since the 18th century the
zan has become more or less
artist, and the "travelling
zan" became a part of Jewish
lore, as in the delightful song
.e Hazzandel of Shabbos,"
erein the tailor, the smith and
B.ial-agole" compete with
h other in imitation of the
zan, the great singer of the
agoguf.
s previously mentioned, our
it:ful liturgy demands musi-
interpretation. The existence
a groat literature of liturgical
well as Jewish folk
sic and modern Israeli music
g by Jews and composed by
dreds of outstanding Jewish
Bicians throughout the world
ves that there is no need for
her discussion as to whether
not there is such a thing as
wish music." This fact is al-
|dy recognized by leading uni-
sitier. throughout the world.
matte! of fact. Franz Schuhl
Bernard Pollack, whom I
among other artists, in the
pentration camp Theresien-
t, had received their doc-
te degrees in music from
ch and German Universities
their compositions of Jewish
ic.
shall never forget the talented
icians. composers and artists
bm I met herded together in
concentration camp There-
istadt. Many of them had been
ipletely assimilated German,
ch and Dutch Jews, totally
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ignorant of Judaism. After these
artists had attended a series of
lectures given at the camp on
Jewish subjects by outstanding
Jewish scholars, particularly on
the epoch of the Hassidic move-
ment, a new world was opened
to them, and through these lec-
tures, and through- listening to
our old liturgical melodies and
cantillations, they were influ-
enced to create entirely new and
different Jewish works of art.
In 1935 a great film was pro-
duced in Prague entitled "The
Golem," based on the legend of
the golem created by the famous
Rabbi Lev. Special music taken
from old Jewish motifs accom-
panied the dramatic scenes, de-
picting the Jews praying in the
prison, and their subsequent
liberation. By his own statement,
the famous French actor and star
of the film, Harry Bauer, was
moved by this music to attain
great artistic heights, and his
views were shared by all of the
other artists participating in the
picture. This music also aided
greatly in making the film a suc-
cess.
In 1940, when the Nazi Goebbels
ordered the production of the
film "Jud Suss," his director,
Veidt Harlan, rounded up about
60 cantors. They were forced to
provide music for a scene in
which Jewish religious services
were to be ridiculed. The cantors
complied with these orders and
sang as directed. But the result,
far from being ridiculous, was so
beautiful and so moving that the
Nazis did not dare to release the
scene, and this music was cut
from the film.
It is this "nigun," coming from
the deep recesses of the soul of
the Jew which thrills every lis-
tener to this very day, whether
he be a congregant or a concert-
goer. And it is the Hazzan or
Cantor who expresses in this
"nigun" the joy and sorrow and
aspiration of the Jew from his
birth, through is Bar Mitzvah, his
wedding, and his death.
It is regrettable that certain
elements of our Jewish-American
life have seen fit to cheapen our
traditional and sacred music by
performing it vulgarly in such
places as night clubs and vaude-
ville stages.
Being in love with everything
that is beautiful in Jewish life,
it is the responsibility of the
modern American cantor to guard
the heritage of our sacred liturgi-
cal music, and it is his mission to
serve his profession devotedly by
being a true "sh'liach-Tzibbur"
his people's representative before
God.
The University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra will pre-
sent its sixth ir the series of nine
pairs of subscription concerts,
with Heifetz, world famous violin-
ist, as guest soloist on Sunday
evening, March 4, at the Miami
Beach Municipal Auditorium, and
Monday evening, March 5, at the
Miami Senior High School.
The violinist, celebrated in this
country for over thirty years, an
American citizen since 1925, was
born in Vilna, then part of Czar-
ist Russia, on February 2, 1901.
His father, Ruvin Heifetz, was a
professional violinist and his first
teacher. At seven, the boy, a
dazzling blue-eyed, blond-haired
musical phenomenon, made his
first public appearance in Kovno,
playing the Mendelssohn Con-
certo. At nine, he was accepted
as a pupil by Leopold Auer at
the Imperial Conservatory in St.
Petersburg. There he also learned
to play the piano, harp, viola
and almost every instrument of
the orchestra. Prof. Auer, a peda-
gogue whose judgment was infal-
lible, predicted that the boy would
become the greatest violinist of
his era.
At twelve, Heifetz made his
appearance with the Berlin Phil-
harmonic; soon after he played
at the Leipzig Gewandhaus un-
der Nikisch and in Vienna under
Safonoff. When World War I
broke out, he was touring the
Scandinavian countries. Later, be
returned to Russia, playing con-
certs all during the hard, long
winter of 1916-17.
Machine guns were spattering
the Petrograd streets with dead
and Kerensky was at the head of
the new government when, on
June 27, 1927, the Heifetz family
left Russia for the New World.
October 27, 1917, was the date
of Heifetz' American debut at
Carnegie Hall. His triumph that
day made violin history and mu-i
sic history. It began the perma-'
nent conquest of the country
which was to become his home.
Since then, he has toured the
world four times and has played
in almost every country on the
face of the globe.
Luncheon Card Party
A luncheon and card party is
planned by the Sisterhood of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center for
Wednesday, February 28, at 1 p.m.
at the center.
Co-chairmen of the monthly
party are Mrs. Sam Goodman and
Mrs. William Pallot. Serving with
them are the Mesdames Nat
Straus, Max Messer, Theodore
Wayne, Al Rich, Morris Mar-
morstein, Ben Trupkin, Milton
Wasman and Sol Halpert. Re-
servations must be made in ad-
vance by calling 87-7493 or
48-4081.
Mrs. Fink Will
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Menorah Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its first Oneg Shabbat
on Saturday, February 24, at the
home of Mrs. Irving Stenerman,
1820 S.W. 24th Terr.
Mrs. Dorothy Fink, Miami
Beach communal leader, will re-
view "So Great a Queen" by Paul
Fishchauer. Musical selections
will be presented by Mrs. Jerome
Gordon and Mrs. Nathan Rabino-
witz, who will also lead in group
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Dr. Jacob J. Mendelsohn, medi-
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+Jewist fk>ri(Jian
PAGE 5 B
V.S.. Israel Reaeh
NEW YORK. (JTA)The visit
I [Srae] Agriculture Minister
: .-on to Washington tor
... on a wheat agreement
SUCCi sftil. Israel's Am-
|or to the United States,
v Eban, disclosed here this
ugh there was no revela-
I the specific content of the
in talks. Mr. Eban told
Dress conference at the Israel
consulate here that Mr. Lavon
, .,,e to Washington to insure
. ,1 interim supplies of wheat
while the Ambassador himself
continued discussions for a long-
term agreement and that this ef-
fort had met a favorable response.
Meanwhile, he revealed, Israel
continued to impress on Washing-
ton the urgent need of the Jewish
state for stockpiling food and raw
materials since the nation was
surrounded by hostile neighbors
and rlependen on an overseas life-
line tor its supplies. Following
conversations initiated by Foreign
ter Moshe Sharett with the
United States Secretaries of State
and Defense and with Presidential
adviser W. Averell Harriman, Mr.
Eban said he was discussing with
Secretary of Agriculture Bran-
i scheme for the long-range
supply of American wheat to Is-
rael on favorable credit terms.
Israel Ambassador em-
phasized that Israel was not in-
Aeeorcl On Wheat
ited In a grant, as in the case .
ol India, but wanted to pay tor
all supplies it not hen. He
he also had d ns with Si
retary of the Interion Ch
on the question of fuel
and with Secretary of Commerce
Sawyer on the critical nature of)
the supply problem for Israel in
general.
Red Cross To Offer
Atomic First Aid
Dade County Red Cross will
begin a program to train 20,000
persons in atomic first aid this \
week, following the attendance
of Godfrey Novotny, Dade Coun-
ty first aid and water safety
director, at a statewide meeting
of Red Cross safety directors in
Orlando.
At this meeting Novotny re-
ceived the latest information in
atomic first aid care and an ex-
planation of the 50-page atomic
supplement to the regular first
aid literature. A copy of this
supplement is available to all
persons in first aid courses.
Atomic first aid will add four
hours to the regular first aid
course for a total of 22 hours.
Instructors will leach first aid
classes already in session and new
classes to be formed throughout
the year.
B'nai B'rith Council
To Meet March 1
The B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida will meet Thurs-
day, March 1. at 8:15 p.m.. in the
council offices, 330 Se;
Building.
Presid nl Sam I. Silver will \
! irthcomfhg plans for the
fourteenth annual convention of
Florida B'naJ B'rith Lodges to be
held in Miami Beach April 28, 29
and 30.
Sidney Aronovitz of Sholem
Lodge, will report on the progress
of the fourth annual "Outstand-
ing Citizen Award" in Dade
County, a civic project spear-
headed by Sholem Lodge.
E. Albert Pallot. state federa-
tion vice president, will describe
the finance program designed to
raise allocations for the building
program of the Hillel Foundation
at the University of Florida and
the University of Miami.
Singer Appointed i
William D. Singer, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fid
eration, has been named a member |
of the national-local lela'.i
committee of the Council of Ji a -
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, it war, announc. It''
by Julian Freeman, president of ,
the organization.
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AL MEIDENBERG. Owr>r
Frontier Series Continues
Edward R. Murrow, noted news
analyst, is featured in "The Case
of Alice Pardee," latest in the
New Frontier series to be heard
Sunday, February 25, over station
WKAT at 3:30 p.m.
Produced by the Institute of
Democratic Education, this pro-
gram is presented by the Anti-
Defamation League committee of
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
AHSoclated Photo
Flamingo Lodge. B'nai B'rith launches first human relations project to promote to^ailh undet-
standing and good will in the Hialeah-Miami Springs community. Shown center accepting copy of
One God" is Dr. J. C Pelgrim of the Miami Springs First Presbyterian Church. Others .photo are
(1. to r.) Harry Gordon and Nathan Becker of the lodge Anti-Defamation League committee. Dr Pel-
grim; Dr. James H. Caligan. executive secretary of the Greater Miami Council ol! Church es. andBen
Bloom, president of Flamingo Lodge. "One God" has also been distributed by B na. B nth to seventeen
other churches in the Hialeah-Miami Springs area.
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+ kvisHkridiar
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2a
Council Hostesses
To Attend Tea
Hostesses for the March 23
Council Card Contest'" and
luncheon, annual fund raising
project of the Miami Section oi
the National Council of Jewish
Women, are being honored at a
tea at the home of Mrs. Sam
Blank. 600 E. DiLido Drive on
Friday. February 23. at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, cl
man. announces that hostesses
will receive their guest lists and
invitations at the tea.
Greater Miami is being divided
geographically, and every council
member will be invited to the
home of a hostess in her neigh-
borhood for an afternoon of
luncheon and ca
have already received slotted |
cards to
ing qu
title one ti n and
will be each member's 1951
pled -
Mei i >nor luncheon

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From the Psychologist's Desk
The Adolescent: The Parents' Role
confronted with
Pr. Seymour M Blunienthat. ac-
credited 'consult c ;-> hok>Si*t in
full time praV -. .:. Mian

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p. O. Box 191 Miami II -E III i
note ,
At the request of a number oi
^"SS ^Son'^ive^n^^ct5. occasional* than
the
em of making only one major
decisi therefore remark-
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tragic dupes into
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than likely to
hang separately, and in many
cases painfully.Reuben Maury.
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Grand Rabbi H. Horowitz,
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is spending the winter in Miami
Beach. A descendent of the
rabbis o Rapshitz. Tzar.z and
Bellz. Rabbi Horowitz is stay-
ing at 21 Washington Aver.ue,
Apartment 7. He may also be
contacted through Dr. M. J.
Safra 840 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami 3each.
1951
Archil<> Offiees At Be**
Maurice S. Wt-mtraub Z
nounces the opening of offices,
the general practice of arch'teT
!ture in the Linjay Building.'*!
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Weintraub was formerly an as
BOClate with the firm of Hen-j '
, Hohauser and Associates for thrw
and a half years. A native Mi
, nmian, he was graduated from'thi
i University of Florida School n
j Architecture and is a member r
the South Florida Chapter of th
American Institute of Architects!
For six years he served with the
armed forces during World War n
and was stationed in the European
theater of operations for two'
years. In 1945 he was discharged i
I from the army with the rank ol
major.
Weintraub lives at 2351 SW I
21st St.. Miami, with his wifei
the former Gladys Wolfe, and
their two daughters, Bethany and
Pamela.
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FiiDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951
+Jewlst florid in r
A Quarter Century of Progress in Greater Miami
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23

Religious Directory
r_____,...,. (Reform). 137 West Miami

N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R NaroL |.W J7t W.^
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. P at 8:15
Rabbi Emeritus.
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Moshay P.
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EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE.
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New Shipment of Herrings
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MIAMI BEACH
18 OCEAN DRIVE
Temple Isaiah
& Beach Club, 1
Miami Beach. Rabbi
Mann.
Service! Friday evening
The eongreiatlon v
I with the Ji Ish
I Brotherhi
nt 8:30.
celebrate
War Veterans Po-sl
,.,1 week Office of the
1 Daniel N. Heller, chaplain. Mrs.
.1 11 Kout. president of ladle*
i Mrs. Herman Bokotow.
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reading the sei
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Rabhl Manns subjeel
The Obstacles on the Road to
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Coral Gabies Jewish Centex
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Joseph Malok. cantor; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
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Temple Israel, 2020 Broward
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Singer, Rabbi.
Frrst Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
Rabbi De Koven "ill officiate :it
.:,, .,. 15 p m. Hebrew
, < 18scs dally from 4 |. m to 5:30 p.m
. school from 9:45 tol2 noon.
Temple Emanu-El of Fl. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave., Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson.
rabbi.
Service! Friday at 8 p.m. Dr. Ranson
will preach Hebrew sessions Saturday
10 am.; religious school Sunday t:4S.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
Dally services 8 a.m. and .r,:30 p.m.
Friday night services at 5:80. Satur-
day morning at 9. Rabbi Abraham
Sacha win speak. Hlncha at a p.m.
followed by shaios Beudoa. Sunday
school .-it io a m. .._
North Shore Jewish i^enter
(Conservative), Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium. 77th
St. an.U Dickens Ave. Spjrital
Leader Philip Fried.
The center will observe Brotherhood
Week and Sabbath on Friday evening
.,, g;2o p.m. Ouest speaker will be
Col .1. "'. M.....' commandant of
the ri> Braid \i tan Vc di n y, who
will speak on "Interfa th Work In
Our Day." Phlllu Fried, spiritual
leader, will condui I the sei > I
"' I'
Sal mrnlng
Downtown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David). 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz.
! r-rvlce at 5:45 Sat-
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Rabbi Singer will
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theme: "Jews
Havi Shapi I
; .\!l" i' iteh
will be lit by M
Lev} : n I follow
and i ided with l ellowshlp
: I tedl -
Friday
, i'. dii al on banquet
::il h.ill .ii Saturday,
. let will
be held.
Congregation Beth 1 (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
5:15 p.m.
Fi Ida) evei t 8:30. I 'fii -
ood Week, and
I 1 leth
El and the N rn an Bruci Brown
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who Is
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to '
in the

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> Class, Mishn.i
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Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Are-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Met-
cheloff.

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Congregsticn Beth uavid (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.

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NcT Center.
:as Gardens. N.E. 2nd
end S2r^
Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
Servlci
11 : i p.m.
Cong. Monticello Park, N.E
163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob
D. Katz.
I i: la} e\ i nlng sen 16 p.m.
Late Friday evening services at B:80
Baturda) at 9;
- i La Frida)
evening ser\ i-1. 30 ;.m.
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif, Cantor.
evening services at 5 80
i meg Sabbath forum at 10 ; m. Sal -
1 ervlcei 3:S0 a.m.
Rabbi Ever will speak on the P
; the Week it t i1 m. Mlncha ..t S:00
followed by Shaios Seudos. /-: Iras
follow; Maariv :ii complete th.
Friday & Sunday 121
Tuesday Evening 6 Pi
HAROLD SHAPIRO |
Narrator
RABBI ISAAC H.
Commentator
Congregation roungi
thodox), 4001 Chase Ae.i
Beach.
Sei vices Frida] I I 11
day at 9 a.m Ml i at
followed by Btutln S.udoi. I
Sunday to Tbursda; hi
aii Younjf tarske)
are Invited to atl
Tradyon Nusach Arie and I
Ices Dall} sen ea at i a.m. followed both Rabbi Chanina Ben
ii rabbi. >lm- f. .- M Ui m,i
by class In M shna by th
cha at 5:10 followed by olaaa in Jewish
Laws and CUSloma Maariv follows.
Sunday and Thursday at 6 ''" to 6 a
class in Talmud conducted by the
rabbi Daily class Hebn w school
Monday through Thursday, 3::to
Sun.lay school 10 t" noon Reg-
istration dally in th.- office. Junior
Congregation si rvlces si 10 s m, Every
Sunday the brotherhood will conduct
services at I' followed by breakfast
and cultural program.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
OTiky.
Friday evening services at 5:30.
Saturday moinintr al I 30 the rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
w. ek, Al i ; "-. the rabbi will speak
on "A Modern GoPlenCalf." Mlncha al
p til. foil,,wed b) Shaios Beudoa and
I. in. followed b) Shaios Seudos and
Maariv services. Dally sen'ice 7:30 a m
followed by class In Mlshna. Mlncha al
6 p.m. followed ">n Sundays, Tuesdays
and Wednesdays by class in Laws and
Customs, and on Mondays and Thurs-
days by class in Jewish Legends of
the Talmud.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center.
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Monday through Friday services at
7:30 a.m. Saturday at ; am and Sun-
day at s a.m. Hlncha at 5:30 p.m.
followed by Maariv at 6 p.m. daily.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative!, 13630 W. Dixie
Highway, North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:15.
Saturday morning services at '.o
Temple Beth El (Conservative),
630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
P lay evening services I p.m :
Saturday morning '." am Hebrew
D Mon -Thurs. Sun-
l 10 s in.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rsbbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
1 I. Late
1 t Hues) spe ikei
W
I. Shrew v
I What ("ai We Do"
V

Hotilit n th< i
I la) rell-
M in van
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i .. calling .
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Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th A
Services dally 6 B
Mlncha 4 p.m., V
evening services SI
N. W. Religious Com
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday monilK*]
o'clock.
Temple Betn Shoiom
4144 Chat* Ave.. Miami
Rabbi Leon Kronuh;
Samuel Kelemer.
Krldav cv.-ii:
Rabid Kronlah
Im.hI 11.i i B
in day morning -
Mltsvah of Bru
Mrs. Rubin Rosi
a.m. Hebrew
afternoon. Aduli Hi
day 7:4.'i i
-
I
Miami Hebrew School
mi
gregation (Orthodox
12th Are. Rabbi Simoo
Cantor Berele Kelemsr.
I
al *:l
,. dm
Friday evening
1- rlday evening .--
Si hwartzman.
the Bureau of '
speak on "Trend. In *
ueatlon." Oneg >ha
Saturday morn
speak on th.- i
M.-shna at 5:00
Mlncha, sh..i,-
Hebrew BChOOl
I i.iilv services "'"
Bar Mltsvah brea i gj"
Miami Beacn Jewith'
Center (Conservatt.-
Ave., Miaw
Lehrman.
iiT
Washington
Rabbi Irving
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
i-nte Frida) i
liable i.. hi
thur Keestler vs
Katurday n
rabbi will
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T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orlhodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
'i p m :
In tint
end
Cong. Rabbi Chanina BwBffnow'ing' Su
Katurda)
b) Sh i
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Breakfast si

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hall of tin-
Thai-.Ii Hbf"J
Hebrew Academy.
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hlDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951
OBITI AICIES
*Jewishfhrtdtam
PAGE 9 B
LOUIS KOVNER
i iitor from Saw York
ii Prairie Ave, passed
11. n.i- an executive
' hi Park West Hos-
?,' \.n \ k City where the re-
Ini'were ""' by Miami Beach
. and Interment.
I Wife .111.1 two BOM.
MRS. SARAH GOLDFABB
. c here two s ears ago from
j mil resided at :'.4 ocean
way this week. The
l".jjn< wen Bent I" New Yurk for
y nd interment by Miami
ih Rivi rslde.
MATTHEW PENCHANSKY
i iralngo Drive, passed
I f. He lea vea his par-
I Mn II.-MTV II. 1'cll-
. b other and one slater,
,.s' were held at Miami Uetich
,gldr with Rabbi Irvlni Lehrman
liatlnK. Inti rment took place in
I N
WILLIAM BLUMENTHAL
:, ... tatlonery store owner
k'liit.- Plains, N'. Y., passe.i away
[ his wife, Clare.
. .. sent to New- York
L ii .i Interment by Miami
fl !.
ALEXANDER SKORNECK
InasMtl .iw:i\ February B, ll- was
fin bur.....s in the Bronx. He
In. wife, Vallie, The remains
V. u York for sel \ l.'es
Ini bj Miami Beach EUver-
MRS. FANNIE LAMPERT
a wlnl tor from llaverhlll.
ij February 8. The
| '.. Boston for sei \ -
by Miami I ll ai Ii
I
|MRS. ROSE ROSENTHAL
from Pittsburgh,
i .i lary 9 Surviving Is
\ The remains were
by Miami I:. artl
and Intermi nt.
MRS. IDA LEIBOWITZ
ii lii.vuar> : Rhe
! I .
-it for
l>3 Mia mi
ber
I
JEN !-
RL'BINOWITZ
11
. -pi ren
' rvlces and
R ernidi
Ray.
IACKMAN
'.-: Pi |ve,
s were
I
!:
h Idren's
I 11.
l N .. Y-
mi nt by
TTA
' \.-w
Inter-
. Mrs
niass,
i id, all of
I
I

WEINBERG
i wlntei visltoi
l iw iy this
li isband, Morris
\ h ithers The
tn \. w JTork for
meni by Miami
'AN ENGEL
M In ml Beach f.>t
aj las) week In
ii- lived at 817 w.
i dress manu-
veland, >. Bur-
Rose; and three
i and Louis, ..f
igement were In
I. M. mortal ChapeL
1 WEISHAUS
Bi passed away
Ital last week. Mr.
man. He leaves
f daughters, Mrs.
\ Esther teats, ami
, Ishaus. The remains
t. \ v,,rk for services
' bj the Miami Rlver-
JULIUS SLEPIAN
fAIsp known as Julius Unman)
passed away las, week al the a o
j.f-'" ''"^ >":piii. He ,,-i
!'..' s.W. 2.th St. II. ..,,,,,. here fl .
months ago from Brooklyn He "a.
an uPholrteret Mr aieplan lefv.s i '
wife. Bella one daughter. Mrs. Jacob
Bursuk. The remains were sent ...
hvU,i. mi ;: : '' ""errnenl
DJ the Miami Riverside,
JACOB CRANZLER
:'. passed away In .1 local h.ixi.itni
on the Uth. He leave, his wlfe.3oE!
.mi. cransler was a winter visitor ror
the past ii years. The ..-mains were
-sent to New York for services and
^::r^:j-),':;rh Memortal <**
LOUIS SILVER
PHILIP DIAMOND
6. passed away on ,|. Jth. He is
survived by his wKe. Jeannete. He
as the president of United i,iikk;ikc
i ompany. The remains ware sent to
New York for services and Intermenl
by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton
liu.nl.
ADOLPH GLUCK
Of 13("1 Pennsylvania Ave.. iinwd
away on the nth. He leaves his wife
l-annv, and a son, Arthur. Th,- i.-
mains w.re sent to New York for
services and Intermenl by Beach
Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
HEBMAN ENGEL
Passed awaj on the n>ih and leaves
his wife. c.se. He lived al si 7 w
Mill Btreel and was a resident here
ror years He was 88 yean of age
mi is also survived by three sons
Sylvan, Morton and Louis The re-
mains were sen) ... Cleveland, Ohio,
[or sen ces and Intel men! by Beach
.Memorial Chapel, 1830 Alton Road.
HANNAH SAGAR
978 \\". imii stn .1. passed away In
a loeal hospital al ill. ige ol 80. She
leaver her husband, Leon The remains
were si ror sen Icei and
ich Memo, lal Chapel,
is .0 Alton R
HARRY ABRAMS
Passed nwaj n th. 13th. He leaves
t :i The remains wei
:" 'hli i ntermenl
hy Beach Mi i Alton
HAROLD LOEB
ii I nway cm the Bth. Hi
.
te.
Mrs. !"'. H'nld
...
pars n rid \
mi ire re I n f 11
i lal 'i i: ., i.
men. follow,-.I in V Ma .
MOLLIE LEVY
hospital at
i by her
ns wei
rent to New
Interim nt by" It. I I 'hap-
0 Alt< n R
SARAH LEVIN
Pd awn) i-
isplta I Shi v. .i wlnlpr visitor
from Bridgeport, Conn., when the
i main
l v." Alton Roail Mrs. Levin Is survived
b) t"......laughti
LEAH DIAMOND
80, of SIS Lenox Ave., passed awsTy
February it. The remains were sent
to N.w Rochelle N S b> Beach
Memorial Chapel, 1830 Alt.n Road, for
services and inti 'ment. Survlvers in-
clude two sons and one daughter, all
of New York.
LEON KING
7r., pass...! awas on the 15th in a
hotel in Palm Beach. He leaves his
wife. Rita; two -.ns. Charles and
iiott.r. of New lork The remains were
sen) i" New Vork by "The Miami
Riverside" for services and Interment.
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ISRAEL HALPERN
''.' Of 800 Snns.t Drive, South Mi-
ami, passed away on th- If.th. He
eaves his wife, STetta, one son and
'''' He was a
cattle dealer. The remains wre sent
: roi rvlces and
] m by Beach Memorial ChapeL
1850 Alton Road.
BESSIE WEINSTEIN
81, ol 841 Michigan Ave .. n ildent
'.',:' '- y* "' passed aw ij I
II.. She Is survive.I b) h.-r husband,
Abraham; two daughters, Ida Meltser
'"' Cells Albert, of Miami: another
isia hi. ii. remains were sent to New
raric for services and Interment by
Rotd """'"'I Chapel, 1850 Alton
JACOB COHN
and Beatrlc. Bheffel. He was a mem-
her of Miami Heaeh Jewish Center, an
organiser of Young Israel, member of
tn.- Masons, services were conducted
m the Beach Memorial Chapel, lx.'.o
Alton Road, following whi.h the re-
mains were sent i,, New York City
for entombment.
HARRIS GOLDSTEIN
.", passed away on the 19th. He was
'?. winter visitor from Mountalndale,
y ^ and Is survived by his wife,
Anna. The remains were sent to
Mountalndale for services and inter-
ment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850
Alton Road, Miami Beach.
CY KAGEN
.-. Of H0 N.W. 24th Ave., parsed
away in a local hospital on the 18th
He eaves his wife, Fannie, and a
brother, Alexander. The remains were
sent to Baltimore for services and
interment by -The Miami Riverside."
PHILLIP COHEN
58, passed aw.,y while visiting In
New York City, on February 15th. He
Ived at :'i-7 Pine Tree Drive. Services
were condui ted at -The Miami River.
Bide" with Rabbi Jacob II Kaplan
officiating. Interment t.-.k place In
tile Telliple I SI a el Seel ioll of I liar, !:, ml
Minion.ii Park. Mr. Cohen, the own.:
r Ace l'h wood ami Lumber Com-
pany, Is survived by his wife, Sidonia;
11, Joel; brothers, Samuel, M .
'! mil ii vlng; sisti rs, Etta Malits,
Qoldle Randel a nd l ai Stai.
SARAH LEVINE
71. of 2086 s'.w. 5th St.. passed aw o
on the 18th Bhe leaves a son. Phillip,
of Brooklyn, where the remains were
sent by "The Miami Riverside" f'.i
services and int.rment.
MRS. BELLA FRANKLIN
11, of il'17 Everglades Concourse,
I away on the 19th. She is sut -
vive.l by two sons. Qeorge and Her-
bert. Th.- remains were sent to New
York for services and Interment bj
Miami Beach Riverside.
MRS LOTTIE GERSHON
81, of 1517 S.W. 17th St., died Mon-
day, She came from New Orleans "t
years ago. Surviving are two daugh-
ters, Mrs l leoi <: Rai hlln and Mi -.
Karl k. Rosen, both of Miami, and
two brothers, Including Charles
Peretsman of Miami. Servl ...... In
iGordon Chapel, with burial in Wood-
lawn Cemetery.
JOSEPH KOHN
85, a Mlamlan for 25 years, died
Monday at his home. 1448 N.W 2nd
SI He leaves his wife, Mrs.
Kohn; two sons, Ijlward and George,
all of Miami, ami a daughter at
Bchenectady, N. Y., Mr. Kohn a former
home services were held In Gordon
' napel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery,
ABRAM POPICK
80, Of I 104 Adams Ave Miami
Beach, died In a local hospital on the
17th. ll.- was a retired realtor and Is
survived b) b I sons, Jack, Nathan,
Max and Dr. Phil; also a sister. Fannie
Suffness. The remains w. :. s.-nt to
Newark by Miami Iteaeh Riverside,
MAX LEVITCH
55, p issi .1 awaj In a local I
ed at 1357
\ v. and came t rom Lel
i" was ns igi d in the
tire busii pss. ll.- ~ Hurvh ed by his
wife, Ma i n : one Bon, i 'hai les; one
daughti r, Phyllis: ij Mi s.
held at
thi Miai llea h Rivi : 1th Rabbi
Iraa Evi iatlni ent fol-
low. : in Mi. Xel... Cemetery.
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DAVID KOVIN
57, of 1650 James Ave.. paaaed awaj
suddenly on the 19th. He was Chief
Inheritance Executive for the state of
Illinois. H.. haves his wife. Floret
sons Howard and Morton, a daughter,
Adrienae, all of Chieago. The remains
w.r,. sent there for services and In-
terment l.y Miami Heaeh Riverside.
MISS ALICE ALBERT
34. of U'l K. Di i.i.I., Drive, and
formerly of Waterbury, Conn died on
the 19th. She was a resident bare for
five years. Survivors include her tal-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell J.. one
brother, Fredrlc; one slater, Miss
uoulse, Bervioes took place al Miami
Beach Riverside with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Interment followed
in Mi. Blnal Cemetery.
LOUIS BERMAN
.', of 150 N.E. 58rd St. a retired
r.ai .state broiler, died Monday. He
came from Qulncy, Mass., is years ago
and is survived by s s..,, and daughter
Ui.re Services and burial were In
Qulncy with local arrangements b]
uoi don Funeral i>.......
NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN
17-yearold newstand operator, di.-.i
Monday. He came from Atlanta. Ga.,
10 years ago and lived at 252 N.W.
Second St. Kurvlvors Include hli
Mrs. Anne Braunsteln; mother. Mrs.
nsteln and a tlaughti r, Mlor
Nellene Braunsteln, all
s w. re at :; p.m. Monday
Oordon Chapel, with burial In Mt.
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PAGE 10 B
Washington and Joshua
The principal "best seller" of Most of us m these days-whep
earlv America was the Bible and there is '.ess B:ble reading- ....
Americans of that day liked to of Joshua in connecUon with the
look at contemporary issues miracles attributed to himwith
through Biblical lenses. It was the incident at Gideon where he
natural therefore that they shou.d $un gUnd s..11; and
prophet Samuel against kings down.
and it was natural that they whore there is the sm
should refer to George Washing- legend we may say there :.- til
ton as the American Joshua. fire 0f gome reality. The present
This -eference to Washington dav archaeologists tell us that
as the latter day Joshua is very their researches tend to confirm
comrmn in the patriotic litera- the substantial truth of the u.o-
ture of the Revoluti n Benjamin Ucal story. The recent war m
Franklin used it to good advan- Palestine brought forth an inci-
tige shortly after the el se .:' the dent very much like that of the
Revolutionary War at a banqu-:: -..--.pet-blowing affair of the
even by the British at which the Book of Joshua. The Jews of ba-
]- -.-:- ':' the British -r.i Amen- fed by a similar gag of creating
can forces were being I asti J a great deal of noise made the
"Here's to the King of Brit- Arab wall of opposition collapse.
a n, George III. ruler 11 an em- Maybe a Joshua today might
pire over which the sun never make the Iron Curtain give way
sets." said the Englishman. without spilling blood.
Her,..- : the American Josh- I:. ._-._. ;ncident around Jericho.|f >
lated slanders of alleged unsavory
sex relations. Such stories are
FRIDAY, FSBBUARY 23. iki
LEGAL. ICOTICE8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
generally told to bring about the NOTICB is H1JRBBY ?V *
defeat of the man. But the Mid- a^MrrS
rash tells them about a man like gg. CaWn^rtll a^Boom IK,*
n's nature, the Jews drew majors CABIN c.rii.l. INC.
somehow been transformed and % ,.,_,,
sacred. It is a more civilized ---------_--------,-----------------------------
concept. Joshua, the Midrash tells notice under fictitious
us not onlv married Rahaab. but name law
StfftSUS came many great &JBS8L &SM
-> :,nd prophets. business under the fictitious name "f
nes these legends seem i.,,tic Bake Shop at li Coral Way.
i '',,\r.I ,1 rhp fundamental Miami, intend to reflater said name
11 more Of :^e/un^m,\;Xaa' with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
truth that we need to know tnan lMilt, ,, v, Florida.
we ive from the more
I history.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN thai
Jacob I. I.IKSET
.K >E !'' X
MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN,
S50 Seybold Bldg.
2 :3 3 :-9-i*
ORDER OF PUBLICATimT
THE CIRCUIT C\niT op"
^..KVENTH JUDICIAL -Wi1*
OF FLORIDA. IN AM. F( K ,C,1T
COUNTY. IN CHANCET*8P
IN TH
ELF
138622-F.
W1LIJAM *L. PAUXIT et
Plaintiffs, vs. WII.I.iam
et al. Defendant.

''AI-SIN^
married, his unknown wife' i???, "
and If dead, all unknown hSf
devisees, legatees, grant......
or other parties
eraoni
all
thr'' 'h.
'. ma;i-h.i,a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
..::'.:>. Florida.
HERMAN OANZ
"neres to tne ium *" in the incident arouna jencno,
tia, George Washington, who made joshua was carrying on psycho-
the sun stand still." retorted iog;cal war. There are many in-
Franklin. cidents in the Book of Joshua
Tune in
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Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
cidents in the Book of Joshua
which testify that he was aware
of the importance of psychology,
but there is also much evidence
of his fortitude. The Midrash tells
us that J ishua, unlike many oth-
er military leaders, always stood
at the head of his soldiers to in-
spire their courage.
Before Joshua went up against
Jericho, as the Bible tells us. he
sent his spies there and they
made the acquaintance of a scar-
let lady. Rahaab. who gave them
important information. The Mid-
rash tells us that Rahaab subse-
quently became a convert to the
Jewish faith and that Joshua mar-
ried her.
The Bible, of course, tells no
such story and the writers of the
Midrash. were spinners of fancy.
a -'range story to tell
of a leader. In the case of Amer-
: Presidentseven in the case
of Washingtonopponents circu-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL C1RCUI1
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COUNTY IN CHAXCERT, No.
ISII" 'RE FISH1 N ilntlfl -
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i"t Dumoni A> i
Bi ikl) n, Xi w York
v .; are herebj notll t a Bill
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Bole Owner
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicant
715 Pan American Bank Bldg.
2 16-23 3 2-9
, cediton.
CM lining k '
through, under or against s;.i,i S'
fendant. who Is not knowntat
dead or alive: and nil ZUl"
parties claiming by,
or against the estat
CAUSING and CARut. UrntT
I^il'CH as heirs, devis.. leg,,
grantees, creditors or .'.thnrl
and all persons or parties .ihr*!!:
claiming or having* anv riKht tin,
claim or interest in and to ift
following described property it
ated. lying and being In InSl
County. Florida, to-wit: '"
Lots Thirty-two and Thlrty.ftM.
(32 & 33) In Block Thlrty-three i'n
of Coral CJables. Crafts Section; u
cording to the plat there tfinui
in Plat Book 10 at Pag. 10 Qn
Public Records of Dads (,?
Florida.
YOl' AND EACH OF YOD in I
hereby notified that a Bill .,f Com
plaint to Quiet Title and Am.n.|m,nt
>* mh V. ii < Knn fll^.1____
thereto has been filed
-t yd,.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IV THE ciKiTIT 'CRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I'AI'K
COUXTT. IN CHAXCERT, No.
'. H64
EUNICE FAY BURGOYNE, Plaintiff.
^- HARRY CECIL BUROOYNR
l'. fi ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
:'- "nd : an re- TO HARRY CECIL BURGOYNE
your Answer <.r,n Hammett Parkway
or pleading to the iiili ol Norfolk, Virginia
'on the plaintiff- Atl rney, JOSEPH You are hereby notified that a
w MALBK, S50 Lincoln Road. Miami "v.; '. Complaint for Divorce has
il been riled against you. and V"'.i < o 16-23 3'1-9
Inswer or Pleading in th>- offlce of the re-iulrcl t<> serve i c >py of your "
the Circuit Court on or Answer or Pl.ading to the Bill of
the -' day of March. 1951. if Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney,
you fail to do BO, Judgment by default St.inlev I>. Caidin. 7t\ Seybold Huild-
igalnsl you for th- ing. Miami, Florida, and file the
rel :' deman led in the BUI of Com- original An.~w.-r or Pleading in the
'off;......I the Clerk of the Circuit Court
and you are required to s. -... a C0K
of your Answer or pleading to tk.
said Bill of Complaint on the I'Uij.
tiffs' attorneys, PALU >T. sn VFR I
TATHAM, ABDO & IfULLOY, HQ
Ingraham Building. Miami, Fl.'.rida. I
and file the original Answer or plead. 1
nil! i" th.- office of h.
Circuit Court on or bef,.].. ike litfc I
day of March. A I>. MSI. If you (id
I to do so, judgment by defa i'.t" will at |
taken against you for the relief (OHM
in said Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be pul died m%\
leach week for four consecutive wttki]
1 in the Jewish Fkirldian.
DONE AND ORDERK1' t Miami,
I Florida, this 13th day ol Kebnuir
'A.D. 1931.
E. B. LEATHERSIAN,
Clerk, Cll C
Dad County, Fionda I
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W ST CKCJO,
Depul I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT "F TWl
11TI1 Jl'DICIAL CIRCl'IT IN ASdI
Ft>R DADE COUNTY. 1 LORIDA-I
IN CHANCERY, No 1
This notice shall be publish.-.1 once on or before the l'.th day Of March. MINNIE LOHAK, Plaintiff vs.
.aoh week for four consecutive weeks i;.:,i if you fall t" do so. judgment WILLIAM LOHAK, D.
[n The Jew lian. by default will be taken against you TO: WII.IJAM LOHAK
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, f.,r the relief demanded in the Bill I A HERMAN A CANTKI: ESQ!
la, this in day of February, A.D of Complaint. li E._41at St.,
Simt
RICCIO'S
on the 79th Street Causeway
"NEW" Blue Grass
Room Lounge
Featuring
MARIE STANLEY
Open 'Til 5 A.M.
Phone 7-9555
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JOSEPH W. MALEK, Esq.
. Lli i R ad
Florida
Itl i'iaintiff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCL'IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCUIT
. >F l :. iRIDA IN AXD FOR DADE
COl'XTT. IX CHAXCERT, Xo.
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I.I.. 'TD A S "111' "KLAXD 1
v* i.YI'IA HARREL STRICKLAND
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rcult
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IVENSOX
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This notice shall he published onre
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13 day of Feb., A.D. 1*51.
B. 11. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
New York, N. T.
TOU are required to serve act*
of your answer to the I; ,.( Con-I
plaint for Divorce on the I'talnUfTal
attorney and file the .. I
in the Office of the Clei k "f |
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, cult ''ourt on or before 1
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANLEY D. CAIDIN
748 Seybold Buildlnc
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
2 16-83 I 2-9
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (Circuit Court Seal)
of March. A.D. 1931; otherwise, IMl
| Bill of Complaint for I''. h^rdel
fore filed herein will be Taker, u |
1 confess*-.! bv vou.
DATED at Miami. Florida, on j
11 day f Feb.. 1*51.
E H. LEATH HUMAN
Clerk of .:t roiii
Dade Count..,
NOTICE LSOER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
:by qiven
...... ...
.-: Streel M
Clerk lit Court '. I >ade

HARRY KESSMAX
2-9-H
11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AXD 1 "!'. DADE
'-INTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
138 :
UNITED LOAN CORP., formi
ii as NATIONAL FINANCE
CO., a F poratton, Plaintiff,
vs. WILLIAM H. KEXDALL, De-
l.mt
T": WILLIAM H KENDALL
(Address Unknown)
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
.i Li'.l ol Complain!
'.;..sure of in,.:' umbering one
194! Bui. k Cluh '' iupe, Motor No
- ,: n :: 12(42, hat been
filed against you, and you are re-
.py of j our anawei
t the Bill of Complaint "ii plaintiff's
rnev, MARX FABER, 412 Con-
- Building Miami, Florida, and
nswer In the office
'f the Clerk i rcull Court on
da) "f March. IBS1,
1 Bill will be tak.n as
-.:...- : by y.
Dated his 13th day "f February.

E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of 'Ircult Court.
It Court ?
By WM. W. BTOCKINO,
i leputy "Ii: k
: -. 1-8
KINO. ,
By wm. w
MURRAY GOODMAN,
ffs Attorney
814 Olymnla Huiidlng
Miami. Florida.
23 3 2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY .III- I
IX AXD F"K DAI '\
FliORIDA. IN I'll' BATE, M|
25503.
In Re: ESTATE OF
HERBERT RANOEL,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and A -',-i
inn claims or Demand.- >- 'I
Em..'. ...I
You, and each of '; I
notified and requir.-l 'il
claims and demands '. ,ul
either of you, may hav ; "I
state of HERBERT li>N'ih.L,
I
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I
j
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I
ill
presented as aforesaid I
of tw i*"!
. eased, late of Los Al
California, to the Hon v
County .Indue of Dad.
lie same In nil
County Courthouse In i
la, within eilfht i a
from the data of the I
Bald claims
contain the legal
i lalmant and to be
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the ii lersign. il ne to mi .
' Attorney' f.'.r'Wppiu-ant
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that Pr?t*-A**; .
nderalgned i Irlng to engage In p^SEHrfnAv $ i fIcHCS
ess under th.- f! name of
Distributing Co. at 305
N 8Y 44th Avenue, intends to reKist.-r
said name with the Clerk of the ''.i-
cult Court of Dade County, Florida
JAMES E. WIGGINS
I. R. MAYERS
Be barred. See Section '.-
As Ancillary Admin;-
Circulation Manager, Leatrice Rosen
The Jewish Floridian
P. O. Box 2973
Miami 18, Florida
Please advise me how our group can earn funds
by representing your circulation department in our
organization.
Name of Organization............................',...............................
Person Writing.........................................................................
Address .............................................................................
City, State......................................................................
In Road \: iml :-.,. h intends
to register said name with th. -
of the < t Dade i
n r;da.
MAJORS CABIN ORILL, INO
BERICK AND SHAPIRO,
I! Ui Road
i--l
2 18-11 I 2-i"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CTVEN that
- I desiring t.. engi
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIR.IIT Ol'RT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL 4'IRCLIT OF
FI.I.RIOA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
13i0
L'NITED LOAN CORP.. formerly
known as NATIONAL FINANCB
t".. a 1-V.rida .-.n-uoratlon. Plaintiff.
ys ROI1KRT L. THOMSON, De-
fendant
if the Estate of Herbi
I .-.',..ISed.
SI I Kl,DON N. LELCHI'K.
Attorney for
Anc. Administrator C.T.A.
2/18-23 3/2-s ______
'CATION
EV
MAJORS CABIN ORILL IN'"
I BERICK AXD SHAFIRO?
W> Lln-oln R.d
: 23 : 2--n
TO: IDA LIEBMAN, ,...._
.57U KOSCIOBKO 811^;.f,-
DRIMIKLYN. NEW \> B"> I
Yd' .r, hereby notified '^s v
r
\n
, omP*
or Pleading to the Bill MHlolj
on the plaintiffs Attorney. ^
Friedman, 10IS Seyl..... ',itf
Ha., and file the origljy r
. ^e, ,r or Pleading In the <>''''''' Mori.
copy of your answer to the Bill of of the Circuit Court "i> ( yi I
ST.J'i*'",' on Plalntifrs attorney. 17th day of March, 1!"'H.vjli iU
NOTIFIED
for fore-
... umbering one
1916 Hudson t-I>,,r Automobile, Motor
No. S13*I0. has been filed against
. and you are required to serve
NOTICE BY PUBLlCAl u-
IN THE CIRCL'IT C',' I-' 'Vd
ELEVENTH Jl'DIC \1. 'rf I
OF EI.ORIDA, IN *gPv!S|tl |
COCNTY. IN CHAN' EK'
JOSEPH LIEBMAN. I'V"';"' "
IDA UBBMAN. 1'. f;;'." "':.
SCIT FOR I>l\CR,-t'
*f
of Complaint f<- ',:v, v,,u "
filed against you. and >
quired to serve a copy -f >ov mf
___i>i______ Im lha Kill ....
MARX FABER. 812 Congrea* Build-
ing Miami, Florida, and file the
original answer In the office of th
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that <^~w'' .""."J"''..'." u"" ",,,ce ot tne
, the under:r.ed, desiring to engage In |J,^ ,1 "J .* Lrcult Court on or
business undw the fictitious na^e of ^or*^the 19lh da>' of March. 1831.
Cabin Restaurar Roon? -37 lcln,r^? T"1 "'" wl" ,mk'n "
4M Uncoln Rd Miami Bei.h 'rl.Ta. 'o^'a^d by you.
to register SSi 51m? WVfiS ifff1- ,hU ,3,h d" ot February.
;;-.. Court of Dad, County, "" R UEATHKRMAS_
I 420 Lincoln Road? B'r ws*- W. aTOCKINO.
2 P *+U 2/18-2* 1/2-8 **" C"rk-
7th day or Mann '- *>
0 do so. Judgment by ,1;r;4Jrf|l
taken against you '";.''plain!
manded In the Bill o'^ ''n'p ,, l
DONE ANO ORDEREn
Florida, this 12 day of *">r
"ME. B. LEATHER^, ri
Circuit Court Da^e "unt-' ,
(Circuit Court Sea.) ^ c J0M
pP"i)
MILTON A. ffl-^ej -
Attorney for """''Jj.-i. I*"* 4
1023 Seyhold Bldg, Mtann.
2/18-2J /!-


,Ay, FEBRUARY 23, 1951
*Je*isHk>rlcJja,n
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL NOTICE^
LEGAL NOTICE
nil':
Z^T\CE BV PUBLICATION
8* riRi-I'lT COURT '! ,
I Tl-im'l VI. CIRCUIT IX AND
.',"..:' -v'-v .WjLMXDA^.
.11 i \(i Rl No. IJSlOl.
.'' ,-| ;/. utETH bickbttb,
j-JL ;.;. wii.i.iam z.
Lmlliam Z IHCKBTT*
fe^v! v! N JEJR
p" ,. ,. i .ii..i to serve a copy
I ., i" the mil of Com-
I' ;!",,...... nn the plaintiffs
I "" ., ill.' tin- original
Pm the office <>f Hi" Clark of
JJ.ii r uri on or before tin-
|ir u | i 1951; otherwlee, the
t !'.;,.,., '"i Divorce hereto-
!,;,! ii will !' taken a
fen a'i Mln'ml, Florida, this 14
'. ; \ I >. 1951.
[ i.KATHBBMAN,
Clerk the Circuit Court,
p ,,|. unity, Florida.
t i '< i rl '
| v N, w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Ly OCX UMAN
i
bniplli Hull ling
' i
RDER IP PUBLICATION
I,.- ,'|i;. |T COURT OF THE
Ij-STII .IID1CIAL CIRCUIT
Cv'|. I 'till DADE COl'NTY,
||,A IN CHANCERY, No.
Plaintiff, vs.
iwi i.' m i:i.i>. Defendant
IlUAM 'SBNFELD
it Mi
|\-, 9t c bin Avenue
ordered ami re-
v. opy of your anawer
fjiii'l mi for 1 ivorce,
I losed herewith,
Intiff : In i office of the Clerk
y I Dade County,
he 13th day of
. the allegations
I n :i> confessed
t: i',:>'-
KATHERMAN,
. i 'In uii Court
c
a STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
| R \ XI >

I
I?. Ho
OF INTLNTION TO MAKE
>LICA7IG\ FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
|TY 'lull COURT. DADE
try. i-'i.. .1:1 '. No. 23942.
|\\TK I >F
ZAVON,
is. ,|
El ilven that I
i and i'1-ti-
[i as Executor
\ Zavon, de-
ti K day of
( the Honor-
nty Judge of
approval of
If final dis-
I- Kxi of the Instate of
pvon, .1
day i5l.
L BI III' II /.AVON.
\ FRIEDMAN,
r
Zavon, Executor
IE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
n that the
existing bo-
ll ml Lou Ebi nstetn,
..ii business as
fl t 216 Tin Street, Ml-
dissolved by
I from i ho 5th
. 151, nil debts .hie
p'lni! d firm will be
t, in who will
n the wild business
ndcr the same
-
I f February, 1951.
:rke
!"> krenstein
I vttorhey
-E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NANE LAW
v GIVEN that
sage in
ous name of
(Noi In. i
ec t, Intends to
th the Clerk of
of Dade County,

PINSKY,
. HAN
I
rTENTIOH
TORNEYS!
I Wish Floridion so-
Vour legal notices.
appreciate your
onooo and guaran-
[accurnte service at
1 r"'. Phone 2-1141
neRsenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
., NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HBltEBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
'.,!^'','.:,\','"",'' ""' Jiftttlous nai......i
GENERAL FACTORS CO. (no, i... |
at c/o-George J. Talianoff. 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court' of Dade
County, Horlda.
SIDNEY GRUBER
IIAI!llI,l> MAHLER
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, KSu
fin Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, l-lorhiu
8/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MORRIS HOTEL al 161 N E 23rd
Street Miami. Had.- County, Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade
< ounty, Honda.
SrANLKvli'-i'^W.V''1^'^ """'
Attorney for Ella uttie
2/9-16-38 3/2
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IX COUNTY .11 -DISK'S rul'ItT, D\DE
COUNTY, FLOR1DA.-NO. 22-::::'
RE: ESTATE OF
JULIUS ELK IN,
l teceased,
NOTICE is hereby given that i
have riled my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administrator
of the estate ..f Julius Elkin, de-
ceased: and that on the 9th day of
March, 1951, l will apply to the Honor-
able w. F. Blanton, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrator ..f the Estate
of Julius Kikln. .1.....>ased
This 5th day of February, ll>.".l
_. RAYMOND ELKIN
DeCOSTAS, MAER A FLOYD,
007 Biscayne Bldg., Miami. Fia.
Attorneys for Raymond Elkin,
Administrator
2 9-16-23 :: I
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT cnriiT OP THE
urn judici \i. circuit in and
F( IR DADE ii MX TV, FLORIDA
IX CHANCERY, No I
SAMUEL HURWITZ, Plaintiff, vs.
REBECCA iiirwitz. Defendant.
To: REBECCA, HURWITZ.
DEPENDANT
216 West T.'.th street
New York. Xew York
Y serve a copy of your Answer to the
plaintiff's Bill of Complaint for Di-
vorce on the plaintiff's solicitors, Turk
\- Newman, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, ami file vour original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit, Dade County, Flor-
ida, before the Mb day of March,
19M; otherwise, the BID will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED: Fehruarv fi, 1961.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
'l.ik of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. PEIGB,
Deputy Clerk.
2/9-16-23 3/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COL'RT OF THE
1ITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND
Poll DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 138473.
Di'ltlS CARTER, I'laintiff, vs.
MASSIK CARTER. Defendant.
TO: MASSIK CARTER,
c/o Sam Bransoomb
668 Lafayette, Blvd.
EVaderlcksburg, \*lrKlnla.
V(l|] are herehy reiiuir.d to serve B
copy of your Answer to the Bill of
Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiffs
Attorney and to file the original
Answer in the Office of he Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
12th day of March, A.D. 1951, other-
wise, the mil of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as confessed by you,
DATED at Miami, Florida, on this
6th day of February, A.D. 1961.
i: B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of circuit Court
Dad,- County, Florida
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By \V.\I. \Y. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
NORMAN R. LYONS,
:'ii Olympla Building,
Miami, Plot Ida.
2 9-16-22 3 2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELE\ EN I'll Id 'II 'I.VL CIRi 'UIT
IN AND FOR DADE COl'NTY,
I'L' IRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
138427.
rose cohen, Plaintiff, vs.
ill VRLKS COHEN, Di t\ idant
Tl ': CHARLES' Cl HIEN
8406 I":.Hi Street,
Richmond Hill,
l .."; Island, Ni w 1
Yi ii \ li: i .i lifted that a
Bill Of Com
:. ,i and v mi are I l>.v
required to sci ve i i opj of your answer
to no BUI of Complaint on thi
tiff's attorneys, and file the original
answer In the offli e "i t he Jlerk "i
lit C irl on "i before March
12, 1951, in default of which the Bill
of Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
Dated: Februarj B, 1951,
K B. LEATHERM VN,
Clefk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOB,
Deputy Clerk.
NATHAN80N, OKA A SPAET, BSQS.,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
::.'.. Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, ll.i'ida.
2 9-16-23
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3836
It) N. C. Snd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA.
.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v,.t, .,. NAME LAW
OTII I-. is HEREBY GIVEN that
'"."......rsigned, desiring to ennmtn
s ,-, ilA'M Jnol Inc i al 1971
I,'.,,,i """ M"ral, Florida, In-
!'i i- r v;c'M'r ^,i'1 ""'" """ the
So,,urntt,?,P|tI?rida3.,r0Ul' ''.....' -' ^
-;;..:.:..: j. ta,^^. *****
vSSLttfr ''lorlda
LEGAL NOTICE
, No11' H IS HEREBY .SIVKN
s T,',';' .,'" !"" "ctltlous Name
In. "' ,l;" "'" undersigned, desir-
ing to engage In business under the
IlCtltlOUS name of
ACE CARPENTRY & BUILDERS
o- i (N"' Inc.)
"" 8. \V. 16th Roa.l. Miami, Florida,
Uitend to register said fictitious name
'.',';' "','". ':' "" Clerk of the Circuit
court of Dade County, Florida
GEORGE TOST1
ALFRED TOSTI.
..... OWNERS.
IRVINC CYPEN
I:'" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida,
Attorney for Applicants,
2/-16-:m :: i
iv J??J,CE BY PUBLICATION
IX Till-. CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FU)RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
r;i"vr,TV' ~ IN (,IAX,'|;'!V' -N"
MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs.
STANLEY Alt.Md.D SKWITCH.
I >efend nl
SUIT 1MR DIVORCE
rO BTANLEY ARNOLD SKWITCH
1 Tourmaline
San Diego, California
You are hen by notified that a
Second Amended Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to Berve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Second Amended Kill of complaint
"ii the plaintiffs Attorney, LESTER
LASKV. of KAPLAN, DIETZ A
LASKY, Esqs., 350 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
offieo of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the E day of
March, 1951. if you fall to do so, judg-
ment by default will he taken Et|
you for the relief demanded in tin-
Bill of Complaint.
This not..... shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2 day of February, A.D.
1951.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE. JR..
Deputy Cleric.
KAPLAN. DIETZ & LASKY, Esqs.
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
L' 9-16-23 3/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ciRCriT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No,
138413.
MAX KATZENELL, Plaintiff, vs.
CHARLOTTE KATZENELL, De
fendant.
TO: CHARLOTTE KATZENELL
995 Aldus Street
Bronx, New York
YOU are hereby ordered and rc-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
a copy of which Is enclosed herewith,
On Plaintiff's attorney, and flic the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida, on or before the 5th day of
March, 1951, otherwise the allegations
of said Hill will he taken as confessed
by you.
DATED: February 2. 1951,
E I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL .1. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olympla Building
Miami :::'. Florida
! ; -1 ; i!r: .". 2
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IX cor NT Y .ill use s Ci IURT, DADE
Cl PUNTY, EL' IRIDA.- No. 24234.
RE: ESTATE OF
NATHAN HORN,
1 leceased.
Nl 'TH "E Is Iv. n that 1 have
filed : final report and petition for
Discharge as Administratrix of
the ta.....f NATll W Hi pRN, de-
ceased; and that on the 9th day of
March, 1951, w ill apply to the Honor-
able W F. BLANTI IN, Co u Judge
of l '."1 County, !' irld i, for np
. f said final report and for fin
\Ihiiliisli a 11 :\ of lie
of NATHAN IH iRN, deci
This .'!" day of January, 1951.
LENA HINKES
MILTON A PRIED.V VN
1023 .-' ybold Bldg., Mian ;. Fia.
tdmlnlstrati ix
i 9-16 !3 8/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BYRON APARTMENTS at number
77iL'-:;4i Byron Ave.. in the city of
Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SARAH KARBAL
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1101 Lincoln Road lildg.
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JIDKIAL CIRCI'IT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
13)1:112.
YETTA BADOWSKY, Plaintiff, v8.
JACOB BADOWSKY, Defendant
You,. JACOB BADOWSKY, Residence
unknown, are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on plaintiff's at-
torney, HAROLD SHAPIRO. 27 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file th.. original In the office of the
Clerk of this Court on or before March
1, III.', I, otherwise a Decree pro ('..li-
fe so will be entered against you.
DATED January :!", 1951,
E. H LEATHERMAN, clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE, JR.,
2/2-9-1G-23 """"y ''"'k
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDOES COCRT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.No. 23,246,
RE: ESTATE OP
JESSIE WALTON ARRINOTON
I eased
NOTICE is herebj given that I have
filed nay final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
estate of Jessie Walton Arrlngton,
deceased: and that on the 5th day of
March, 1951, I will apply to the
Honorable YV. F. BLANTON, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Executor of the
Estate of Jessie Walton Arrlngton, de-
ceased
This "1st day of January, 1951
WILLIAM A. ARRINOTON,
Executor, Estate of Jessie Walton
Arrlnmon. dec'.l.
ELRY BTONE
Attorney for Executor
I'll" Congress Building, Miami, Fia.
2/2-9-1G-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Mel-Shell Apartments at 1046 N. W.
3rd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RUBEN MARGOLIS
SYLVIA MARGOLIS
MANUEL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicants
71". Pan American Hank Bldg.
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IX AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IX CHANCERY, No.
188301.
MARGARET BIDNEY PINKOSKY,
Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL PINKOSKY,
Defendant.
TO:
CORPORAL MICHAEL PINKOSKY,
AP 33411537,
II.I.is and Hdqs. Bad. 2d Air DI
A. P. O. 61, e/o Postmaster,
New York. N.w York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are hereby re-
iiuir.d to serve a copy "f your answer
to the complaint on plaintiff's at-
torney, LEONARD L KIMBALL, 412
Congress Building. Miami. Florida, and
file the original answer In the office
of the Clerk of the circuit court on
or before March 5, 1951, in default of
which the complaint will be taken as
confessed against you.
Dated this 3"th day of January.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the I Court,
i la.ie County, Fioi Ida,
(Cln .:t Court S.
By M. C, FEIGE,
I Ii ;.in ^ Clerk.
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Cl IURT I IF THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN VND
FOR HADE COUNTY, Fiji iRIDA
IN ill VNI 'ERY, No. 133702.
SHIRLEY I. VEOHTE, Plaintiff, vs.
HENRY VEGHTE, JB Defi ndant.
Tl i HENRY VEOHTE JR.
28 Prospi cl Ave.,
alovi' w\ Hie, n v
yi >r .. i,.pin. .1 to -. ve a copy
,.f your answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint for Divon.....n the Plaintiff's
I and p. file th.....Iglnal answer
in the Office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the us day of
, otherwise, the Bill
of i !omplalnt for l >b roe heretofore
filed herein will be taken as confessed
by >
11 \ PED at Miami, Florida, on this
14 day of Feb. 1951.
E. li. LEATHERM VN,
ci. rk of i 'Ircult Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court H
By WM. W. STOCK I NO,
Deputy Clerk.
MURRAY GOODMAN,
Plaintiff's Attorney
AM Olvinpla Building
Miami, Florida.
2/16-28 3/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT C( IURT I >F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
i IP I'l.i IRIDA, IN AN11 Ft iR I 'Al IE
col xiv. IN CHANCERY, No.
I3S30S.
ROSE ESSEN, Plaintiff, vs.
HERBERT ESSEN Di f( ndant.
TO: HERBERT ESSEN
c o Tj pographlcal Union
ohi h
I 'ni. : II !i Strt .t
New York. X. V.
re hereby notified thai a Bill
of plaini for l i*v<>rce has been
filed .. and >. n are h reby
y < .f > our
MARX M. FABER. 112 Congress
Building. Miami, Florida, and file
the ..i if the Cleric
of t he -' ill Coui bef ire t he
5th da h, 1951. othei is.- a
decree pro i infesso u ill be enti red
against you.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 30th
day of January, 1951.
E. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \v. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
2/2-0-111-23
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Kitty's Mai Let at 7313 N.W. "th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County,
Florida,
BETTY JEAN GIORDANO
JOSEPH PARDO
Attorney for Owner
nu Reynold Bldg-.
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'RT
IN AND FOP. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25310.
In Re: ESTATE OF
LEAH FLORENCE NELKBN,
Hecea ei|.
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
li 'ate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, max have against the
Male .,f LEAH I 'l.i >RENCE NELKEN
deceased, late ..' Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, to the Hon. w. F. Blanton,
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the dale ,,f i he first publication
hereof. Said Claims or demands to
contain the l.-nal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred.
s.e Section 120 of the 1933 Probato
Act,
Date January 21, A.D 1961,
C< IRINNE BARTORIUS
As Executrix of he Last Will and
Testament of LEAH FLORENCE
NELKEN, Deceased.
DE COBTAS, MAER A FLOYD
606-8 Biscayne Building
Miami 82, Fia.
ah... n. > s for Executrix
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, di-siring to engage iii
business under the fictitious name of
Coral Gables Children's Shoes at 2::1S
Ppnoe de L.on Blvd Coral cables,
Fia., intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Fioi
SAM SCIIEINMAN
AARON WEINSTEIN
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that tho
partnership lately existing between
Louis tierl.er, Morris Orlin and Irving
Oordon, trading under the firm name
of I. A Q Glass \- Mirror Works was
dissolved on the 2nd day ..r February,
1951, so far as relates to l wins Gerber.
Tho partnership now consists of
Morris orlin and Irving Gordon who
will continue doing business as I. *. Class A Minor Works al their former
address. All debts due and 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. A ii Class & Mirror Work
2/16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHARON COMPANY (not Inc.) at
c/o Seymour Satin, Suite hi. Mer-
cantile Bank Building, Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Horlda.
JOSEPH SHAPIRO, Trustee
DAVID A M MSDoL, Trustee
ROSSLYN BROWN. Trustee
NATHAN GREBNWALD
BIDNEY SPECToR, Trustee
TURK fc NEWMAN
Attorney.! for
SHARON COMPANY (Not Inc.)
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
2/2-9-1.; 13
LEGAL NOTICE
I shall not !' responsible for debts
incurred by am one other than n
l. \l:i:v TRIGUERi ,
! 18-88 2-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the JU-\ itl.uis name of
Warren Supply at 3T11 N.W. 50th
Street, Intend to register said name
with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ECC.E.NE R. KATZ
JAMES BRESI.OW
ESTELLE B. BRESLOW
2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
2543:..
in Ri ESTATE i >F
SAM I 'EL Hi ILP,
Di
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
1 'ate:
Y -1. and e.i, h of you, are I
li d -iv.il required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
may havi
SAM t" i: i, \\. ILP, i.
I.. I.- of i lade i 'ounty, Florida, to the
11..n W. !'. Blanton, Count) J
and file the same in bis
office In the I house In
i 'ounty, i' uiii
ndnr months from the di '
s or
leu n the li
of the 'aimaitt and to n to
and pn -. i Id, or snme
ill be i.irr.d. Sei Section 120 of the
I late January 26, A I'
ESTHER Wolf
As Exi :tri\ of the Last Will and
Testament of SAMUEL WOLF,
I is. .1
P \l.i.. >T, SILVER, TATHAM,
ABDO A MULLOY
Attorneys for Executrix
! 2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I >P THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE Col'XTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No.
i 18346.
HARRY Al.PEBS. Plaintiff. VS.
LILLIAN ALPER8, Defi tl
You. LILLIAN ALPERSr I Ridge
Street, New fork City, New York, are
required to se,rve s copy of >
Answr to the "Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on plaintiffs attorney,
HABol.D SHAPIRl'. 927 Lincoln l: ad,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
orleinal In the office of the Clerk of
this Court on or before March 2,
otherwise Pro Confess.) will
bo entered agninst you.
DATED January 81. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
2/2-9-16-23


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*JewlstncrJMain_
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
Israel's Stand On Korea At U.N.
Bv DAVID NUSSBAUM
LAKE SUCCESS No issue
since the start of the United Na-
tions has been more crucial for
every member nor such a touch-
stone of policy as the issue of
Korea and the integrated problem
of dealing with Red China.
In these momentous and possi-
bly fateful deliberations. Israel
has been an active participant. At
various stages in the unfolding of
the drama, indeed, the full glare
of the spoltlight has been focused
on the youthful delegation headed
by Ambassador Abba Eban.
The gradual development of Mie
Israel position in the UP
East debate reveals muc
haps more than has been revealed
in any other diplomatic struggle,
of the Jewish state's international
policy, outlook and situation in
relation to its Asian neighbors,
to the United States and to the
Soviet world. The months-long
debate took place in the historic
context of a fissure in the power-
ful crust of Western unity, the
gradual widening and deepening
Of the gulf, then a patching up
of the ruptured surface and final-
ly the crystallization of
owed most to the Israel delega-
tion, and which the political com-
mittee had adopted with mani-
festly reluctant American ac-
quiescence. Although the Arabs
found it difficult to accept and
staged a minor backbiting
maneuver. Israel was also loosely
joined with the Asian-Arab group
in this general development.
Still later. Israel teamed up
with Britain and Canada to press
the first sign of compromise with
the American-led group (Latin
Americans. Greece. Turkey and
the Philippines). This consisted ol
mjClPar accepting the condemnation pro-
neh ner-'Psal but i?ci'mZ tne ldea "j
'._"?-.! sanctions in favor of continued
negotiating and urgingin the
strongest termsthe seating of
Red China in the U.N. (Eban
called China's exclusion "an error
of historic dimensions")
This bright new team lasted
exactly a week-end. however. In
two days' time the middle camp.
bv now clearly led by Britain.
Canada and Israel, had picked up
its tents and silently stolen away.
The United States had suddenly
softened its resolution a bit and
Israel was back in the United
States line-up. So were its mod-
erate colleagues. Steadfast on the
other side of the high, perhaps
unbridgeable fence was the buIK
of its neighbors in Asia.
The long, tense diplomatic cam-
paign iias thus revealed these
bedrock facts about Israel foreign
policv and its relative position in
the international line-up. Non-
id e n tfficatiojlisjjasicallyai^
tion for maneuver, a policy from
which to carry on whatever medi-
ation efforts are required by any
difficult situation. It is not a fixed
position, in other words, a princi-
ple At a moment of crisis or
showdown. Israel can ordinarily
be expected to stand with the
United States. Neither she nor her
Western colleagues will counten-
ance any form of clear-cut break
with America.
At the same time, 8
policy break, if only tempos
and it appears not to be-
the rest of Asia lias been
Non-identification
ln a morel
found and long-range sense
Israel takes it has been add
in that region, and it is
not through Israel ;md her frij
that a true third camp has]
born.
ana Asia not havp {hQ offcc( of b,.oadenin3
From the first rumblings of this Uu, g of Gen McA,thur's di-
upheaval. Israels traditional ,.W.,IV(.S with this, the moderate.
policy of non-identification was
put to its severest test. But on
or conciliation front collapsed.
Israel. Britain and Canadaand
In the showdown vote. then.
iA>t
the basis of that doctrine, it began wjlh th(,ni ali of Western Europe
making its way along a middle but Swedenlet it be known late
road. It became one of the leaders | Mon(lav januarv 29. that they
of ;. move to delay harsh action wouid back the U.S. proposal to
against Communist China in favor ,j1(, ni]t and abstain or oppose on
of seeking to the utmost a nego- the Asian-Arab effort for further
tiated settlement in the Orient.. negotiations pegged to a cease-
but one whose foundation would fjre
be a full cessation of hostilities in
the Korean peninsula.
At this stage, Israel found it-
self in a camp that included both j
the nations of Asia and the lead- j
nil! members of the British Com-
monwealth. In concert this new. i
highly amorphous "bloc" moved
steadily forward with various
steps aimed at conciliation and
compromise with the Mao regime.
it held off for two months an im-
patient American urge to tag
Peking as an aggressor and
amplify the collective me
against her. Israel kept in the
>nt of this movement, pro-
viding the creative spark behind
i. formal peace proposals the I
camp put forward.
This activity, of course, placed
Israel, as well as the others, in
and open opposition to the
United States. It had other in-
ns aspects. During the most
intense period of the tug-of-war
with the Americans. Israel found
itself in a compact "alliance" with
Great Britain. At one point the
British delegation called on the
Israelis to draft a resolution
transmitting to Peking the peace
principles, which in themselves
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PAGE 8 B *Jenist florid* !" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Religious Directory •r ,...,. (Reform). 137 West Miami • • • N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R NaroL |.W J7t W.^ Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. P at 8:15 Rabbi Emeritus. %  • %  ivith th' 1 f thi w • %  • h s M %  %  1 bj Ma • a< h* FIRST RACE 8:00 P.M. TONIGHT • • NO MINORS ALLOWED ,".r %  %  „ ow the Saturday n n %  a lenera • %  %  •..... to Tempi* Israel (Reform). Town Lincoln Road. Moshay P. MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. YOUR INCOME TAX MIAMI! REAL ESTATE MART J. E. MARQUA. Tax Consultant 7101 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 7-0S63 AS lOW AS' 4 G.AGE LOANS 0 INTfltST 9-3435 riACC t'OR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Top*. Beveled Mirrori and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & Ci. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLJ.V LOUIS GERBER ARE YOU TIRED OF ROLLERS, GADGETS, STARVATION DIETS? SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. SOOTHING VAPOR BATHS, COLONIC IRRIGATIONS. CONTROLLED NUTRITION NORMANDY ISLE HEALTH INSTITUTE 1221 Everglades Concourse Ph. 86-3213 LONDON ARMS WE CATER Banquets Weddings Bar Mitzvahs "" AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC APHONE 5-1264 fee* 727 COlllNS AVE. „AC I -METROSmoketl Fish Corp. WHOLESALE ONLY • SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA New Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olive* Dial 5t S3M MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE Temple Isaiah & Beach Club, 1 Miami Beach. Rabbi Mann. Service! Friday evening The eongreiatlon v I with the Ji Ish I Brotherhi nt 8:30. celebrate War Veterans Po-sl ,.,1 week Office !" of the 1 Daniel N. Heller, chaplain. Mrs. .1 11 Kout. president of ladle* i Mrs. Herman Bokotow. ... • 1 ,dl( auxiliary, will reading the sei post commander, win 1 1 ir Contribution to • Rabhl Manns subjeel %  The Obstacles on the Road to nlng at 11 a S \\ i\/ 11 Bel %  %  %  Coral Gabies Jewish Centex (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Joseph Malok. cantor; Steve Kessler, organist. 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Sunday school .-it io a m. .._ North Shore Jewish i^enter (Conservative), Biscayne Elementary School Cafetorium. 77th St. an.U Dickens Ave. Spjrital Leader Philip Fried. The center will observe Brotherhood Week and Sabbath on Friday evening .,, g;2o p.m. Ouest speaker will be Col .1. "'. M '••• commandant of t he RI> Braid \i tan Vc di n y, who will speak on "Interfa th Work In Our Day." Phlllu Fried, spiritual leader, will condui I the sei > I "' I' Sal mrnlng Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz. !• r-rvlce at 5:45 Sat• The rabbi will the P, %  • %  •' the Week ... %  %  ... • Mini ha Seudoth nd Maariv. D I 5:45 Su %  nlng ervlci ai MIAMI SOIL TOPI CO. Wholesale ajj I Retail Rouqh or Pul Ve Grade A. St, WE SPREAD-1 Phone 4-O335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPEd EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st ALL WORK GUARAM An Moore M. NASATIR Program Director I. BIRr, Assocu WINZ Proudly Pmnu\ YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUBl NOW—3 TIMES WEEE1 %  v. nine Rabbi Singer will ,.f :i %  wi Thn • % sen IceS at 5:15. | -. theme: "Jews Havi Shapi I ; — .\!l" %  i iteh will be lit by M Lev} •: %  • n I follow and • %  %  i ided with l ellowshlp : I tedl Friday i'. dii al on banquet ::il h.ill .ii Saturday, let will be held. Congregation Beth £1 (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. 5:15 p.m. Fi Ida) evei t 8:30. I 'fii ood Week, and %  I 1 leth El and the N rn an Bruci Brown \ who Is %  • time • Long i %  x \ Pathto '• in the • I fill preach %  %  %  %  • • : t-fratio U Dall) ly Services nd ( %  > Class, Mishn.i : %  Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Moses Metcheloff. • %  !l "IS 1 %  • • k Cantor Fed" I :.'% %  ninu al 5:46 Congregsticn Beth uavid (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. • %  %  %  %  %  NcT Center. :as Gardens. N.E. 2nd end S2r^ Eitz Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. Servlci 11 • : i p.m. Cong. Monticello Park, N.E 163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob D. Katz. I i: la} e\ i nlng sen %  16 p.m. Late Friday evening services at B:80 Baturda) at 9; • i La Frida) evening ser\ i1 30 ;.m. Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif, Cantor. evening services at 5 80 i meg Sabbath forum at 10 ; %  m. Sal 1 ervlcei 3:S0 a.m. Rabbi Ever will speak on the P %  % %  ; the Week it t i 1 m. Mlncha ..t S:00 followed by Shaios Seudos. /-•: Iras follow; Maariv :ii complete th. Friday & Sunday 121 Tuesday Evening — 6 Pi HAROLD SHAPIRO | Narrator RABBI ISAAC H. Commentator Congregation roungi thodox), 4001 Chase Ae.i Beach. Sei vices Frida] I I 1 1 day at 9 a.m Ml i at followed by Btutln S.udoi. I Sunday to Tbursda; • HI AII Younjf tarske) are Invited to atl Tradyon Nusach Arie and I Ices Dall} sen ea at i a.m. followed both Rabbi Chanina Ben II rabbi. >lm. f. .M U i M,I by class In M shna by th cha at 5:10 followed by olaaa in Jewish Laws and CUSloma Maariv follows. Sunday and Thursday at 6 ''" to 6 a class in Talmud conducted by the rabbi Daily class Hebn w school Monday through Thursday, 3::to Sun.lay school 10 t" noon Registration dally in th.office. Junior Congregation si rvlces si 10 s m, Every Sunday the brotherhood will conduct services at I' followed by breakfast and cultural program. Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox). 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. RackOTiky. Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday moinintr al I 30 the rabbi will preach on the Portion of the w. ek, Al i ; "-. the rabbi will speak on "A Modern GoPlenCalf." Mlncha al p til. foil,,wed b) Shaios Beudoa and I. in. followed b) Shaios Seudos and Maariv services. Dally sen'ice 7:30 a m followed by class In Mlshna. Mlncha al 6 p.m. followed ">n Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays by class in Laws and Customs, and on Mondays and Thursdays by class in Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 50 N.W. 51st Place. Monday through Friday services at 7:30 a.m. Saturday at ;• am and Sunday at s a.m. Hlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Maariv at 6 p.m. daily. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative!, 13630 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:15. Saturday morning services at '.o Temple Beth El (Conservative), 630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. P lay evening services I p.m : Saturday morning '." am Hebrew D Mon -Thurs. Sunl 10 s in. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rsbbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. 1 I. Late 1 t Hues) spe ikei %  W I. Shrew v I What ("ai We Do" %  V %  Hotilit n th< i %  %  I • la) rellM in van \ M n i i .. calling Hi Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th A Services dally 6 B Mlncha 4 p.m., V evening services SI N. W. Religious Com 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday monilK*] o'clock. Temple Betn Shoiom 4144 Chat* Ave.. Miami Rabbi Leon Kronuh; Samuel Kelemer. Krldav cv.-ii: Rabid Kronlah I M.HI 11.i • • i B in day morning %  Mltsvah of Bru Mrs. Rubin Rosi a.m. Hebrew afternoon. Aduli Hi •day 7:4.'i i I Miami Hebrew School mi gregation (Orthodox 12th Are. Rabbi Simoo Cantor Berele Kelemsr. I al *:l ,. dm Friday evening 1rlday evening .-Si hwartzman. • • the Bureau of speak on "Trend. In ueatlon." Oneg >ha Saturday morn speak on th.i M.-shna at 5:00 Mlncha, sh..i,Hebrew BChOOl I i.iilv services •" %  '" %  Bar Mltsvah brea i gj" Miami Beacn Jewith' Center (Conservatt.Ave., Miaw Lehrman. iiT Washington Rabbi Irving Jacob Y. Goldrina. i-nte Frida) i liable i.. hi thur Keestler vs Katurday n rabbi will I th •' %  u I Ave. T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orlhodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. %  i p m : In tint end Cong. Rabbi Chanina BwBffnow'ing' Su Katurda) %  b) Sh i eh ipel s Breakfast si • Satui hall of tinThai-.Ii Hbf"J Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach. lin m I community •a-,:i b. % 



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pmAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1951 *• jfcwjcf) IFI late Rabbi and Mrs. Eddie Cantor during the comedian's performances at the Miami Meyer Ziskind of Syracuse and Beach Municipal Auditorium on February 27, 28 and March 1. New York City, has been anYouncj Siegel has written special material music for some of nounced bj her parents, Mr. and the most famous names in the theatrical world and is now Mrs. Herman Berk, forme: res; the score for a musical comedy. : of Richard Lee Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kate, h St., took place last Thursday at the home of his [parents were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Spell; Philip ok; and Rabbi Philip Fried, mohel. Juliene Berk Juliene Berk To Prominent Bostonians Vacation In Hollywood Prominent IS .. and Mis. Jack Lebowich, u at Brooklhi' M are ending a month's stay ; %  { the Hoi] Hoti ii illyv Thej %  i • • Joseph JJ ol i, of the '• %  York advi III M>. Lebowich. a well known real estate operator in M chusetts, is conferring while here with a number of other northern vacationers regarding additional work in the field of Jewish philanthropy in which he is a prominent figure. Lebowich plays a major role in his hometown area in the United Jewish Appeal. Brandeis University, Boston hospitals, among other philanthropic and communal activities. Mr and Mrs. Edward Lebowich, son and daughter-in-law, recently flew to Hollywood to spend a week-end with his parents. :' ,i ville n %  .' living on Normandj 1 le. > July iville. • attend I .1 k I d S tusic and re%  -M ISS To Sponsor Donor Dinner Plans for the sixth annual donor dinner to bt held at the Five O'clock Club on Sunday, Ft :>ruary 2T. at 6 p.m. are being completed by the Great Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives' Ri lit t S iciety. ry Ponchi trman and Mrs. M ic SI irch, c iman, Mrs. Maurj P incht and M Mendelson, tre Moi ris Goluskin is president iter. Proo to help I County h Mr. on 1 Mrs. Gecrqe Piils, 12315 N.W. 10th Ave., announce She hi litorium in Spivak, Colo. r third son, Steven Randolph, held last Thursday me. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Lopota. Harry Schlcm was sandek. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated. %  Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shawmut, 3176 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, are leaving on March 5 for an expended stay in Israel. Former Miami Beach resident, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs of Hollywood, Cal., is a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oppsnheim, 1610 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. The visitor cific. will scon be joined by her daughter, Nancy (Mrs. Myron Dutton) of New York and California. Women s droup t ormed •ic -fc .ft A Women's Auxiliary was or ., u-ij oru io i ganized bv the Miami Jewish ; p:.' A son was born to Mrs. Hilda Singer on February 13 at Communjlv Center aI a i unch eon _J in Ni '.'. V d is a puj Edith Nichols, former student ol Lilli Lehmann. Dr. Ziskind was graduati d Tulane University Mi die il School and is now a member of the school faculty. He belongs to Alpha Omega Alpha fraternity. During World War II he served as a major in the Army Medical Corps in the South PaI and the nation.!! pri 1 msumpth ciety, Mrs. George Edi be guest 3 of honor. Ri ei vations may b< contacting Mrs. Hy Frie Mrs. David Benclel or Mrs. Irving Stemerman. Mercy Hospital. The bris took place on February 21 with Rabbi meeting last Wednesday, it has S. M. Mcchtei officiating. The baby, namsd Ralph for his late been announced by Ben Essen, father, is the qrandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. Singer and Mr. and rente %  president, who spoke Mrs. M. Ratner. to the group. Mrs. Ida Engler Forcr. first president of the old Young WoMr. and Mrs. Herman Bohrer, 721 West Ave., Miami Beach, men > s Hebrew Association, was have as their houseguest Miss Arline Igel of Minecla, L. I. The named as acting chairman of the Bohrers were hosts at a dinner at their home on Wednesday group. Those present besides Mrs. evening. Guests were Miss Igel. Mr ? and Mrs. Charles Daley f£r ff%£^Jfe£ ton, Brooklyn, N._r\, and Irving Zacheimer. man Abo Cutler. Samuel Caplan. Monroe Gelb. David Kozlin. Leo Landis,"Leon Kaplan, Sam Pesin. A. L. Plager, Sam Seitlin, Max Silver. Lewis Sternshein. Charles Spingarn, Oscar Topaz. Maurice Waldorf, Jules Wilson. Ben Essen. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Gus Jacobson and Bernard Segal. The Family ol the Late JACOB GOLDSTEIN Wish to extend their gratitude to the many friends and relatives who sympathized with them in their hour of grief. Bandel To Speak Miami Commissioner I. uie Bandel will speak at the Israelite Center. 3198 S.W. 24th Terr., on Tuesday, February 27, at 8 p.m. His subject will be "The Miami Commission—Its Operation and Function." Lois Sakrais Lois Sakrais Betrothal Told Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Sanpuel Z. Sakrais, 235 76th Street, Miami Beach, of the betrothal of their daughter. Lois, to Marshall Lawrence Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jacobs of Jersey City. No date has been set for the wedding. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High Schi 1. She tudying voice with Dr. Paul Reck and Is on the stafl of the I Vernon Hotel : [i r Fiance atti nded D iq tie University. Pittsburgh, i 9 luati %  in the Univi i I mi. ~N0 CONSTIPATION FOR 25 YEARS "My husband introduced me to ALL-BRAN shortly after we were married. I use n in my cooking as well as for breakfast. The result: we're regular as clockwork!" Mrs. Antonina Grazianp, 453 Garfield Ave., Jersey City, N. J. One of many unsolicited letters from ALL-BRAN users. If you suffer from constipation du.s to lack of dietary bulk, eat an ounce (about '-j cup 1 of crispy Kellogg's ALL-BRAN daily, drink plenty of water. 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At dedication ceremonies on Sunday. February 11, the main I auditorium of the newly constructed Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish Community Center was officially named Gelvan Hall in honor of Leo Gelvan. who built the center, and his wife. Pictured at the [rites are (L to r.) Philip P. Lyons, president of the group; Mrs. IGelvan; Mr. Gelvan; and Nathan Becker, first vice president. JEWS IN SPORTS By HASKELL COHEN Is fans and everyone else & ; to racial or religious disi ition will be glad to hear i: cent statement by one of [ ll's greats, Hank Greennager of the Cleve| says there's no room in sports. And he | ince words. Hank put way: "We in Cleveland ; lid the motto that 1 unts, not race, color : I. is only natural, thereIhat the Cleveland Indians the waj by judging players e only. Our daily i includes two Irishmen, hman, a Scotsman, and .1 Mi xicans, Protestants, CathJ Jews. Negroes, and |i i all Americans who I together in perlony. This speaks for itlit. Listen to WFEC E er y Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. This week is a good time to pay tribute to a couple of basketball players from Columbia University who are hitting their stride this year. Bob Reiss and Al Stein, j both juniors, have scored 342 points between them. Reiss hails from Brooklyn, Stein from Phila: delphia, where he went to Overbrook High and made the city's! championship cage team in 1947. Reiss, a six foot two forwaid, | was the season's second highest [scorer for Columbia up through the game against Cornell. His impressive total stood at 205. Stein, a small guard with a good set shot, stood as the team's fourth \ highest point-maker with 127. In! cidentally. the 20-year-old sharpshooters get along as well off the court as on. They're roommates and good pals. Another top scoring combination are Hv Buller and Sammy Lavitt of the Cleveland Barons' hockey team. They're scoring high for defensive players. In fact, they've set an all-time record for I defensive scoring in the Amerii can Hockey League and they're | due for all-league honors. Buller has shown that, without question, he's good enough for the National League. But. not interested, says Buller. He likes the set-up with the Barons. Most swimmers are accustomed to having their opponents within sight when they race. That won't be the case in the Jewish Welfare Board swimming meet coming up soon. Tankmen from Community Centers and YMHA's throughout the country will be facing their competitors via airmail. The first JWB Air Mail Swimming Meet comes off between March 15-30 under the direction of Leon Ginsberg of Baltimore, head of the swimming committee. Here's how the unique meet works: the swimmers, using 60 and 75-foot pools, will swim against time in the various events prescribed by the main office. Results will be sent in. compared, and the winners will thus be determined. The idea is catching on and there already are entries from some 37 centers and YMHA's. More are expected. The JWB is also lining up its sectional volleyball schedule. The winner will go to the U. S. Volleyball Association's national tourney early in May at Springfield, Mass. Chairman of the JWB competition is Harold Zimman of Lynn, Massachusetts. Sports fans in the Union of South Africa have their eyes on a 15-year-old girl who promises to be sensational in the years to come if she keeps up her current pace. Already Phyllis Bren is regarded as one of the best swimmers in the Union. The youngster is a member of the Johannesburg Municipal Swimming Club. Recently she placed second in the 220-yard breaststroke of the national junior championships held at Pietermaritzburg, fJewisli tier Mian Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN Israel's Political Crisis The immediate reason behind Ben Gurion's resignation was deli at on the religious education issue. But actually there were considerations behind this action, economic and political as well as religious. The recent municipal elections indicated a trend against the major governing party and there was no doubt Mapai, ..fien Gurion's party, thought it advisable to test national sen'.i' ment since the opposition parties een claiming there was diminishing public support for the in office. Secondly it is believed Ben Gurion felt he must have a more stable government in these days of world tension. He is said to believe that a general electi >n, even though too c la luxury for so small a country as Israel, would crystallize the country's political opinion at a time when the ey< s of the world l> ering in the direction of an a which may well become the focus of attack in the event of another global conflict. What the future composition of the governl ment will be is a matter within the realm of speculation. Both the religious elements and the General Zionists claim the electorate will give them a heavy vote. In such a situation the possibility is that the base of the coalition government will be considerably broadened. But whatever the result, Israel is giving the world an excellent demonstration of democracy in action. Habibi PAGE 13 A Mrs. Matilda Ratner is shown presenting the Ratner Award to Ophra Chill, student representative of the Hebrew Academy, which took first place in the Maccabiah sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education for the Jewish Schools of Greater Miami. The first time I ever visited a night club was some thirty years ago. Since then that form of entertainment held no lure for me. This week I was lured to another one—the Habibi night club in New York—and its memory I am sure will linger for many years. For here was a night club with a Jewish and Israeli atmosphere. The pianist was an Israeli artist. So was the violinist. So was the young lady who danced Israeli folk dances. And so was that inimitable singer of folk songs Shoshana Damari. beautiful daughter of an Israeli Sephardic rabbi. When Shoshana announced she would sing the Yiddish folk-song "Rozhinkes mit Mandlen" the walls almost broke with applause. And finally there was the great artist Leo Fuld. whose plaintive Yiddish tune "Where Can I Go" is currently sweeping Israel. Europe and the United States. For an evening at least, I was transported to Israel, forgetting the great White Way around the corner, the news print dancing before the Times biiilding, the beckoning signs on roof tops, the shrieking voices of newspaper boys and even the championship fight that was being waged that evening in Chicago between Jake La Motta and Sugar Ray Robinson. About People %  I see where my good friend Rabbi Sidney J. Jacobs is trodding the path of the canopy. His partner in the march is Helen Rozenweig of New York, a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. An able journalist, executive and rabbi, Sidney is also a fine music critic, practicing his art in the Chicago Sentinel. He was at one time a contributor to the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. He is now executive director of the Chicago division of the American Jewish Congress. Congratulations and good luck Town Hall in New York this week was the site of a piano recital by Sylvia Heschel, the charming wife of Professor Abraham J. Heschel, author of the fantastically exciting book "The Earth Is The Lord's." The audience at the concert was one of the most fascinating this writer has ever seen—a mixture of music lovers, scholars, intellectuals and chassidic folk. Professor Heschel is a descendent of a most prominent chassidic dynasty Overlooked in the turmoil was the recent appointment of a brilliant young Jewish lawyer to the post of Assistant Attorney General. He is Abraham J. Harris of St. Paul. Minnesota. He succeeded Judge George Washington, of the same family as President George Washington, who swore him into office. Young Harris is a man of 'great humility but his superiors in j Washington predict a great legal future for him. IS GERTLER GRUESOME? NO! Gertler Grew Some Greener Grass By Delivering Richer Top Soil You, Too, Can Grow Some DIAL 2-10:12 Gertler Top Soil Company P€PI MIAMI — BEACH — 1feUl from ^ weather vane ^^ to welcome^S mot...modern oi'51. new ^> furnishings throughout... ^S new coffee jhop and ^^ dining room...newly land^S scoped tropical gardens... ^S iwimming pool...dancing ^^ ... planned entertainment. ^^ SKOAL YEARLY t SUS0K RATES O ALFKD STOW Owner Mjnajsment N^ KlffHON£-J-276 ^ PLAZA S. End Wash. Ave., Miami Beach Starts Fri. Feb. 23 Daily at 5:45—Sat. & Sun. 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hlDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951 OBITI AICIES *•Jewishfhrtdtam PAGE 9 B LOUIS KOVNER %  i iitor from Saw York ii Prairie Ave, passed 11. n.ian executive hi Park West Hos?,' \.n \ k City where the reIni'were ""' by Miami Beach and Interment. I Wife .111.1 two BOM. MRS. SARAH GOLDFABB c here two s ears ago from j mil resided at :'.4 ocean way this week. The l".jj n < wen Bent I" New Yurk for y nd interment by Miami ih Rivi rslde. MATTHEW PENCHANSKY i iralngo Drive, passed I f. He lea vea his parI Mn II.-MTV II. 1'cll. b other and one slater, ,.s' were held at Miami Uetich ,gldr with Rabbi Irvlni Lehrman liatlnK. Inti rment took place in I N WILLIAM BLUMENTHAL : ... tatlonery store owner k'liit.Plains, N'. Y., passe.i away [ his wife, Clare. .. sent to NewYork L II .i Interment by Miami fl !. ALEXANDER SKORNECK InasMtl .iw:i\ February B, llwas fin bur s in the Bronx. He In. wife, Vallie, The remains V. u York for sel \ l.'es Ini %  • bj Miami Beach EUverMRS. FANNIE LAMPERT a wlnl tor from llaverhlll. ij February 8. The | '.. Boston for sei \ %  by Miami I ll ai Ii I |MRS. ROSE ROSENTHAL • %  from Pittsburgh, i .i lary 9 Surviving Is \ The remains were by Miami I:. artl and Intermi nt. MRS. IDA LEIBOWITZ II l ii.vuar > %  :• Rhe I %  -it for l>3 Mia mi ber I JEN !• %  RL'BINOWITZ 11 -pi %  ren • rvlces and R ernidi Ray. IACKMAN '.-: %  • Pi |ve, s were I : h Idren's I 11. •l N .. Ymi nt by TTA \.-w Inter. Mrs niass, i id, all of I I WEINBERG i wlntei visltoi %  l iw iy this %  li isband, Morris \ h ithers The tn \. w JTork for %  '• meni by Miami 'AN ENGEL M In ml Beach f.>t aj las) week In iilived at 817 w. i dress manuveland, >. BurRose; and three %  i and Louis, ..f igement were In I. M. mortal ChapeL 1 WEISHAUS %  Bi passed away Ital last week. Mr. •man. He leaves f % %  daughters, Mrs. \ Esther teats, ami Ishaus. The remains t. \ v,,rk for services bj the Miami RlverJULIUS SLEPIAN fAIsp known as Julius Unman) passed away las, week al the a !" o j.f-'" '• ''"^ >":piii. He ,,-„i !•'..'• s.W. 2.th St. II. ..,,,,,. here fl months ago from Brooklyn He "a. an uPholrteret Mr aieplan lefv.s i %  wife. Bella one daughter. Mrs. Jacob Bursuk. The remains were sent ... hv U ,i. MI ;: : '' ""errnenl DJ the Miami Riverside, JACOB CRANZLER • %  :'. passed away In .1 local h.ixi.itni on the Uth. He leave, his wlfe.3oE! .MI. cransler was a winter visitor ror the past ii years. The ..-mains were -sent to New York for services and ^::r^:j-),':;r h Memortal <** LOUIS SILVER PHILIP DIAMOND 6. passed away on ,|„. Jth. He is survived by his wKe. Jeannete. He as the president of United I,IIKK;IKC i ompany. The remains ware sent to New York for services and Intermenl by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton liu.nl. ADOLPH GLUCK Of 13("1 Pennsylvania Ave.. iinwd away on the nth. He leaves his wife l-annv, and a son, Arthur. Th,i.mains w.re sent to New York for services and Intermenl by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. HEBMAN ENGEL Passed awaj on the n>ih and leaves his wife. c.se. He lived al si 7 w Mill Btreel and was a resident here ror years He was 88 yean of age mi is also survived by three sons Sylvan, Morton and Louis The remains were sen) ... Cleveland, Ohio, [or sen ces and Intel men! by Beach .Memorial Chapel, 1830 Alton Road. HANNAH SAGAR 978 \\". IMII stn .1. passed away In a loeal hospital al ill. ige ol 80. She leaver her husband, Leon The remains were si ror sen Icei and ich Memo, lal Chapel, is .0 Alton R HARRY ABRAMS Passed nwaj • n th. 13th. He leaves t :i The remains wei : 'hli i ntermenl hy Beach Mi i %  Alton HAROLD LOEB ii • I nway cm the Bth. Hi te. Mrs. %  "'. H'nld ... pars n rid \ mi %  ire re I n f 11 i lal 'i %  i: ., i. %  men. follow,-.I in V Ma MOLLIE LEVY hospital at i by her ns wei rent to New Interim nt by" It. I I 'hap0 Alt< n R SARAH LEVIN Pd awn) iisplta I Shi v. .i wlnlpr visitor from Bridgeport, Conn., when the i main l v." Alton Roail Mrs. Levin Is survived b) t" laughti LEAH DIAMOND 80, of SIS Lenox Ave., passed awsTy February IT. The remains were sent to N.w Rochelle N S b> Beach Memorial Chapel, 1830 Alt.n Road, for services and inti 'ment. Survlvers include two sons and one daughter, all of New York. LEON KING 7r., pass...! awas on the 15th in a hotel in Palm Beach. He leaves his wife. Rita; two -.ns. Charles and iiott.r. of New lork The remains were sen) i" New Vork by "The Miami Riverside" for services and Interment. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Blscayne BldQ. 19 W. Flagter St. CLICQUOT CLUB Delicious CREAM SODA but. rthern Beverages, Inc. Ir Blank, Pres. V / ^W ISRAEL HALPERN ''.'• Of 800 Snns.t Drive, South Miami, passed away on thIf.th. He eaves his wife, STetta, one son and '''•'• He was a cattle dealer. The remains wre sent %  : roi rvlces and ] m by Beach Memorial ChapeL 1850 Alton Road. BESSIE WEINSTEIN 81, ol 841 Michigan Ave .. n ildent '.',:' 'y* "'• %  passed aw ij I %  II.. She Is survive.I b) h.-r husband, Abraham; two daughters, Ida Meltser •'"' Cells Albert, of Miami: another isia HI. ii„. remains were sent to New raric for services and Interment by Rotd %  """'"'I Chapel, 1850 Alton JACOB COHN and Beatrlc. Bheffel. He was a memher of Miami Heaeh Jewish Center, an organiser of Young Israel, member of tn.Masons, services were conducted m the Beach Memorial Chapel, lx.'.o Alton Road, following whi.h the remains were sent i,, New York City for entombment. HARRIS GOLDSTEIN .", passed away on the 19th. He was '?. winter visitor from Mountalndale, y ^ and Is survived by his wife, Anna. The remains were sent to Mountalndale for services and interment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road, Miami Beach. CY KAGEN .-. Of H0 N.W. 24th Ave., parsed away in a local hospital on the 18th He eaves his wife, Fannie, and a brother, Alexander. The remains were sent to Baltimore for services and interment by -The Miami Riverside." PHILLIP COHEN 58, passed aw.,y while visiting In New York City, on February 15th. He Ived at :'i-7 Pine Tree Drive. Services were condui ted at -The Miami River. Bide" with Rabbi Jacob II Kaplan officiating. Interment t.-.k place In tile Telliple I SI a el Seel ioll of I liar, %  !:, ml Minion.ii Park. Mr. Cohen, the own.: %  r Ace l'h wood ami Lumber Company, Is survived by his wife, Sidonia; %  11, Joel; brothers, Samuel, M %  • %  '! mil ii vlng; sisti rs, Etta Malits, Qoldle Randel a nd l ai %  Stai. SARAH LEVINE 71. of 2086 s'.w. 5th St.. passed aw o on the 18th Bhe leaves a son. Phillip, of Brooklyn, where the remains were sent by "The Miami Riverside" f'.i services and int.rment. MRS. BELLA FRANKLIN 11, of IL'17 Everglades Concourse, I away on the 19th. She is sut vive.l by two sons. Qeorge and Herbert. Th.remains were sent to New York for services and Interment bj Miami Beach Riverside. MRS LOTTIE GERSHON 81, of 1517 S.W. 17th St., died Monday, She came from New Orleans "t years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs l leoi <: % %  Rai hlln and Mi -. Karl K. Rosen, both of Miami, and two brothers, Including Charles Peretsman of Miami. Servl •%  In iGordon Chapel, with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. JOSEPH KOHN 85, a Mlamlan for 25 years, died Monday at his home. 1448 N.W 2nd SI He leaves his wife, Mrs. Kohn; two sons, Ijlward and George, all of Miami, ami a daughter at Bchenectady, N. Y., Mr. Kohn a former home services were held In Gordon napel, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, ABRAM POPICK 80, Of I 104 Adams Ave Miami Beach, died In a local hospital on the 17th. ll.was a retired realtor and Is survived b) b I sons, Jack, Nathan, Max and Dr. Phil; also a sister. Fannie Suffness. The remains w. :. s.-nt to Newark by Miami Iteaeh Riverside, MAX LEVITCH 55, p issi .1 awaj In a local I ed at 1357 \ v. and came t rom Lel i" was • ns igi d in the tire busii PSS. ll.~ Hurvh ed by his wife, Ma i n : one Bon, i 'hai les; one daughti r, Phyllis: IJ Mi s. held at thi Miai llea h Rivi :• 1th Rabbi Iraa Evi iatlni ent follow. : in Mi. Xel... Cemetery. SftNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. August Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 DAVID KOVIN 57, of 1650 James Ave.. paaaed awaj •suddenly on the 19th. He was Chief Inheritance Executive for the state of Illinois. H.. haves his wife. Floret sons Howard and Morton, a daughter, Adrienae, all of Chieago. The remains w.r,. sent there for services and Interment l.y Miami Heaeh Riverside. MISS ALICE ALBERT 34. of U'l K. Di i.i.I., Drive, and formerly of Waterbury, Conn died on the 19th. She was a resident bare for five years. Survivors include her talents Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell J.. one brother, Fredrlc; one slater, Miss uoulse, Bervioes took place al Miami Beach Riverside with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment followed in Mi. Blnal Cemetery. LOUIS BERMAN .'••, of 150 N.E. 58rd St. a retired r.ai .state broiler, died Monday. He came from Qulncy, Mass., is years ago and is survived by s s..,, and daughter Ui.re Services and burial were In Qulncy with local arrangements b] uoi don Funeral i>. %  NATHAN BRAUNSTEIN 17-yearold newstand operator, di.-.i Monday. He came from Atlanta. Ga., 10 years ago and lived at 252 N.W. Second St. Kurvlvors Include hli Mrs. Anne Braunsteln; mother. Mrs. nsteln and a tlaughti r, Mlor Nellene Braunsteln, all %  s w. re at :; p.m. Monday Oordon Chapel, with burial In Mt. SI ti.i I Ci THE IvAllIIKX "ON THE TRAIL" 2235 S. W. 81h STREET PHONE 4-3155 FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Recommended by DUNCAN HINES VISIT OUR NEW PATIO— Open From 12 Noon — MRS. MARIA FREYER. Owner IDEAL FOR LUNCHEONS \ND PRIVATE PARTIES ALPINE LOUNGE MACC RUDY From VIENNA %  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 Leonard A. Levinc Irving HlaKborg Miami & Miami Beach's Finest Jewish Funeral Home with DIGNITY and RESPECT of all the details in your hour of bereavement our competent staff is ready to relieve you Ambulance Service 5-5UI1 o. ."5-2100 BEACH MEMORiAL CHAPEL 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH In Philidtlphia — 1512 North Broad Street COLETH HEARD. Funeral Director



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t PAGE 10 B Washington and Joshua The principal "best seller" of Most of us m these days-whep earlv America was the Bible and there is '.ess B:ble reading.... Americans of that day liked to of Joshua in connecUon with the look at contemporary issues miracles attributed to him—with through Biblical lenses. It was the incident at Gideon where he natural therefore that they shou.d $un gUnd s .. 11; and prophet Samuel against kings— down. and it was natural that they whore there is the sm should refer to George Washinglegen d we may say there :.til ton as the American Joshua. fire 0 f gome reality. The present This -eference to Washington dav archaeologists tell us that as the latter day Joshua is very their researches tend to confirm comrmn in the patriotic literathe substantial truth of the u.oture of the Revoluti n Benjamin Ucal story. The recent war m Franklin used it to good advanPalestine brought forth an incitige shortly after the el se .:' the dent very much like that of the Revolutionary War at a banqu-:: -..--.pet-blowing affair of the even by the British at which the Book of Joshua. The Jews of ba]%  -.-:':' the British -r.i Amenfed by a similar gag of creating can forces were being I asti J a great deal of noise made the "Here's to the King of BritArab wall of opposition collapse. a n, George III. ruler 1 1 an emMaybe a Joshua today might pire over which the sun never make the Iron Curtain give way sets." said the Englishman. without spilling blood. %  H er,..: the American JoshI: ._•-._. ;n cident around Jericho.|f ••> %  lated slanders of alleged unsavory sex relations. Such stories are FRIDAY, FSBBUARY 23. IKI LEGAL. ICOTICE8 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW generally told to bring about the NOTICB is H1JRBBY ?V !" %  defeat of the man. But the Mida^MrrS rash tells them about a man like gg. CaWn^rtll a^Boom IK,* n's nature, the Jews drew MAJORS CABIN C.RII.L. INC. somehow been transformed and % ,„.,_,, sacred. It is a more civilized concept. Joshua, the Midrash tells NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS us not onlv married Rahaab. but NAME LAW StfftSUS came many great !" £&JBS8L &SM %  %  > :,nd prophets. business under the fictitious name "f nes these legends seem i.,,tic Bake Shop at li Coral Way. i '•'•,,\r.I ,1 rhp fundamental Miami, intend to reflater said name 11 more Of : ^ e / un ^ m \; X a a with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of truth that we need to know tnan lMilt ,•„„,„ v Florida. we ive from the more I history. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN thai JACOB I. I.IKSET .K >E !•'' X MYERS, HEIMAN AND KAPLAN, S50 Seybold Bldg. 2 :3 3 :-9-i* ORDER OF PUBLICATimT THE CIRCUIT C\niT OP" ^..KVENTH JUDICIAL -Wi 1 OF FLORIDA. IN AM. F ( K C 1T COUNTY. IN CHANCET*8P IN TH ELF 138622-F. W1LIJAM *L. PAUXIT et Plaintiffs, vs. WI I.I.IAM et al. Defendant. ''AI-SIN^ married, his unknown wife' i???, and If dead, all unknown hSf devisees, legatees, grant. or other parties eraoni all thr '' 'h. „„£ %  •'. MA;I-H.I,A NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that • %  ..::'.:>. Florida. HERMAN OANZ "neres to tne ium— %  •• *" %  in the incident arouna jencno, tia, George Washington, who made j os hua was carrying on psychothe sun stand still." retorted i og ; ca l war. There are many inFranklin. cidents in the Book of Joshua Tune in "Jewish Fornm On The Air** Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by cidents in the Book of Joshua which testify that he was aware of the importance of psychology, but there is also much evidence of his fortitude. The Midrash tells us that J ishua, unlike many other military leaders, always stood at the head of his soldiers to inspire their courage. Before Joshua went up against Jericho, as the Bible tells us. he sent his spies there and they made the acquaintance of a scarlet lady. Rahaab. who gave them important information. The Midrash tells us that Rahaab subsequently became a convert to the Jewish faith and that Joshua married her. The Bible, of course, tells no such story and the writers of the Midrash. were spinners of fancy. a -'range story to tell of a leader. In the case of Amer: Presidents—even in the case of Washington—opponents circuNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL C1RCUI1 OF FLORIDA IN AND E> >R I'AI'K COUNTY — IN CHAXCERT, No. ISII" 'RE FISH1 N ilntlfl T1LLIE Pit lant. SUIT F TO MRS TILLIE F1SHBEIN i"t Dumoni A>• i % %  Bi ikl) n, Xi w York v .; are herebj notll t a Bill .' c %  mpl ilnt • • DJ • • has "Florida. SAM BEN Bole Owner MANUEL LUBEL Attorney for Applicant 715 Pan American Bank Bldg. 2 16-23 3 2-9 • cediton. CM lining K through, under or against s;.i,i S' fendant. who Is not knowntat dead or alive: and nil ZUl" • parties claiming by, or against the estat CAUSING and CARut. UrntT I^il'CH as heirs, devis. leg,, grantees, creditors or .'.thnrl£ and all persons or parties •.ih r *!!: claiming or having* anv ri K ht tin, claim or interest in and to ift following described property it ated. lying and being In InSl County. Florida, to-wit: '" Lots Thirty-two and Thlrty.ftM. (32 & 33) In Block Thlrty-three i'n of Coral CJables. Crafts Section; u cording to the plat there • tfinui in Plat Book 10 at Pag. 10 Q n£ Public Records of Dads (•„„,? Florida. YOl' AND EACH OF YOD in I hereby notified that a Bill .,f Com plaint to Quiet Title and Am.n.|m,nt >* MH V. ii %  < Knn fll^.1 thereto has been filed -t yd,. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IV THE ciKiTIT '• %  •CRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR I'AI'K COUXTT. — IN CHAXCERT, No. '. H64 EUNICE FAY BURGOYNE, Plaintiff. ^HARRY CECIL BUROOYNR l'. fi ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE. : '-• "nd : an reTO HARRY CECIL BURGOYNE your Answer <.r,n Hammett Parkway or pleading to the iiili ol Norfolk, Virginia 'on the plaintiffAtl rney, JOSEPH You are hereby notified that a w MALBK, S50 Lincoln Road. Miami "v.; % %  '. Complaint for Divorce has il been riled against you. and V"'.i %  <• o 16-23 3'1-9 Inswer or Pleading in th>offlce of the re-iulrcl t<> serve i c >py of your the Circuit Court on or Answer or Pl.ading to the Bill of the -' %  day of March. 1951. if Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, you fail to do BO, Judgment by default St.inlev I>. Caidin. 7t\ Seybold Huildigalnsl you for thing. Miami, Florida, and file the rel • %  :' deman led in the BUI of Comoriginal An.~w.-r or Pleading in the 'off;. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court and you are required to s. %  ... a C0K of your Answer or pleading to tk. said Bill of Complaint on the I'Uij. tiffs' attorneys, PALU >T. sn VFR I TATHAM, ABDO & IfULLOY, HQ Ingraham Building. Miami, Fl.'.rida. I and file the original Answer or plead. 1 nil! i" th.office of • h. Circuit Court on or bef,.].. ike litfc I day of March. A I>. MSI. If you (id I to do so, judgment by defa i'.t" will at | %  taken against you for the relief (OHM in said Bill of Complaint This notice shall be pul died m%\ leach week for four consecutive wttki] 1 in the Jewish Fkirldian. DONE AND ORDERK1' t Miami, I Florida, this 13th day ol Kebnuir 'A.D. 1931. E. B. LEATHERSIAN, Clerk, Cll C Dad County, Fionda I (Circuit Court Seal) • By WM. W ST •CKCJO, Depul % %  I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT "F TWl 11TI1 Jl'DICIAL CIRCl'IT IN ASDI Ft>R DADE COUNTY. 1 LORIDA-I IN CHANCERY, No 1 This notice shall be publish.-.1 once on or before the l'.th day Of March. MINNIE LOHAK, Plaintiff vs. .aoh week for four consecutive weeks i;.:,i if you fall t" do so. judgment WILLIAM LOHAK, D. [ n The Jew lian. by default will be taken against you %  TO: WII.IJAM LOHAK DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, f., r the relief demanded in the Bill I A HERMAN A CANTKI: ESQ! la, this in day of February, A.D of Complaint. li E._41at St., Simt RICCIO'S on the 79th Street Causeway "NEW" Blue Grass Room Lounge Featuring MARIE STANLEY Open 'Til 5 A.M. Phone 7-9555 &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f &f&f&f&f&f&f FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN! Sisterhoods. Hadassah Chapters, CouncU of Jewish Women Groups, and other men's and women's organizations all over South Florida are finding an unexampled opportunity to raise a major part of their budgetary needs by taking new and renewal subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian. We l\ii Liberal Cummissiuns Youll 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 1931. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. t Court, Dade O inty, Florida, cii tit c •• • a By R. H RICR JR.. Deputy flerk. %  JOSEPH W. MALEK, Esq. %  %  Lli i R ad Florida Itl i'iaintiff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCL'IT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH Jl'DICIAL CIRCUIT >F l :. iRIDA IN AXD FOR DADE COl'XTT. IX CHAXCERT, Xo. •"I.I.. 'TD A S "111' "KLAXD 1 v* i.YI'IA HARREL STRICKLAND D. f. ndanl HARREL 9TRICKLAXD I ..n.i. y, ,i %  .. %  ., .;,-. for 1 ... md l the Of I %  • • lit C irt on oi Marcl 195 of Complai :. will • %  v i '.' i E B LEATHERS! IN rcult %  • '. v W ST'-KIN".1. Del IVENSOX v • • %  2-9-1' This notice shall he published onre each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridian DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 13 day of Feb., A.D. 1*51. B. 11. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. New York, N. T. TOU are required to serve act* of your answer to the I; ,.( Con-I plaint for Divorce on the I'talnUfTal attorney and file the .. I in the Office of the Clei k "f | Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida, cult ''ourt on or before 1 (Circuit Court Seal) STANLEY D. CAIDIN 748 Seybold Buildlnc Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 2 16-83 I 2-9 Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (Circuit Court Seal) of March. A.D. 1931; otherwise, IMl | Bill of Complaint for I''. •• h^rdel fore filed herein will be Taker, u | 1 confess*-.! bv vou. DATED at Miami. Florida, on j 11 day „f Feb.. 1*51. E H. LEATH HUMAN Clerk of .:t roiii Dade Count.., NOTICE LSOER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW :BY QIVEN %  %  ...... ... .-•: Streel M Clerk lit Court '. I >ade %  HARRY KESSMAX 2-9-H 11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AXD 1 "!'. DADE %  INTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 138 : %  UNITED LOAN CORP., formi II as NATIONAL FINANCE CO., a F %  • %  poratton, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM H. KEXDALL, Del.mt T": WILLIAM H KENDALL (Address Unknown) TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED • .i Li'.l ol Complain! '.;..sure of in,.:' %  umbering one 194! Bui. k Cluh '' iupe, Motor No %  • : N :: 12(42, hat been filed against you, and you are re.py of j our anawei t the Bill of Complaint "ii plaintiff's • rnev, MARX FABER, 412 ConBuilding Miami, Florida, and nswer In the office '•f the Clerk i rcull Court on da) "f March. IBS1, 1 Bill will be tak.n as -.:...: by y. Dated his 13th day "f February. %  %  E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of 'Ircult Court. It Court ? By WM. W. BTOCKINO, i leputy "Ii: K %  %  : -. 1-8 KINO. By WM. w MURRAY GOODMAN, %  ffs Attorney 814 Olymnla Huiidlng Miami. Florida. 23 3 2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY .IIII IX AXD F"K DAI '\ FliORIDA. — IN I'll' BATE, M| 25503. In Re: ESTATE OF HERBERT RANOEL, Deceased. „ To All Creditors and A ',-i inn claims or Demand.>%  'I EM..'. ...I You, and each of '; I notified and requir.-l '• 'il claims and demands '. ,ul either of you, may hav % % %  •;• % % %  "I • %  state of HERBERT li> N ih L ,„„ I ii.iy. "l "I I j >a8J I ill presented as aforesaid I of tw i*"! eased, late of Los Al California, to the Hon v County .Indue of Dad. %  lie same In nil County Courthouse In i la, within eilfht i a from the data of the I Bald claims contain the legal i lalmant and to be NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the II lersign. il ne to mi ••' Attorney' f.'.r'Wppiu-ant NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that P r£? t *-A**; nderalgned i Irlng to engage In p ^SEHrfnAv $ i FICHCS ess under th.f! name of Distributing Co. at 305 N 8Y 44th Avenue, intends to reKist.-r said name with the Clerk of the ''.icult Court of Dade County, Florida JAMES E. WIGGINS I. R. MAYERS Be barred. See Section '.As Ancillary Admin;Circulation Manager, Leatrice Rosen The Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973 Miami 18, Florida Please advise me how our group can earn funds by representing your circulation department in our organization. Name of Organization ', Person Writing Address „ „ City, State In Road \: iml •:-.,. h intends to register said name with th. • of the < t Dade i n r;da. MAJORS CABIN ORILL, INO BERICK AND SHAPIRO, I! Ui %  • %  • Road i--l 2 18-11 I 2-i" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CTVEN that • I desiring t.. engi NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIR.IIT Ol'RT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL 4'IRCLIT OF FI.I.RIOA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 13i0 L'NITED LOAN CORP.. formerly known as NATIONAL FINANCB t".. a 1-V.rida .-.n-uoratlon. Plaintiff. ys ROI1KRT L. THOMSON, Defendant if the Estate of Herbi I .-.',..ISed. SI I Kl,DON N. LELCHI'K. Attorney for Anc. Administrator C.T.A. 2/18-23 3/2-s 'CATION EV • MAJORS CABIN ORILL IN'" I BERICK AXD SHAFIRO? W> Lln-oln R.d : 23 : 2--n TO: IDA LIEBMAN, ,„...._ .57U KOSCIOBKO 811^;.f,DRIMIKLYN. NEW \> B"> I Yd' .r, hereby notified '^ s v r \n omP* or Pleading to the Bill !" MHlol j on the plaintiffs Attorney. %  ^ Friedman, 10IS Seyl ',itf Ha., and file the origljy r ^e, r „ or Pleading In the <>''''''' Mori. copy of your answer to the Bill of of the Circuit Court "i> %  ( y i I ST.J'i*'",' on Plalntifrs attorney. 17th day of March, 1! "' H vjl i iU NOTIFIED for fore... umbering one 1916 Hudson t-I>,,r Automobile, Motor No. S13*I0. has been filed against and you are required to serve NOTICE BY PUBLlCAl uIN THE CIRCL'IT C',' I-' 'Vd ELEVENTH Jl'DIC \1. rf I OF EI.ORIDA, IN *gP v !S|tl | COCNTY. — IN CHAN' EK' %  JOSEPH LIEBMAN. I'V"';"' IDA UBBMAN. 1'. f;;'." "':. SCIT FOR I>l\CR t *f of Complaint f<' ,:v v ,,u filed against you. and > %  • „ quired to serve a copy -f > ov mf I>I % %  __ IM lha Kill ..„.. 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jixil Session of Teachers Seminar o feature Class Demonstrations Final session of the Sunday School teachers seminar will be held ..,, Mi am i Beach Jewish Center on Tuesday. February 27, at 8 p.m. I Lve class demonstrations with students of the Miami Beach hnol will be featured. The junior group will be under the direction f Mrs Naomi Brandeis, who will give an unusual film lesson on V lD bath, while the senior group will be taught by Mrs. Sally ?. e w jth a special lessson on the coming holiday of Purim. The workshop will be on Jewish dance under the direction of %  Green, former dance teacher of the Jewish Education Committee f The seminars, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education all of the Jewish schools of Greater Miami, will close with an valuation of the courses offered. the ihdli^wiisltUEIljDipidliiauR MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951 SEC. B k Teen-Agers To Hold CJA Rally Feb. 27 The Miami Jewish Community Center Teen-Age Youth Council will play host to the entire teenage community at a mass rally for the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal on Tuesday, February 27, at 8:30 p.m. in the center gym. Movies, a speaker and open discussion will be followed by dancing. Chairmen of the rally are Lila Pearl, Sandra Bloom and Renee Tubman. The rally is only one phase of the teen-age division participation in the campaign. In addition, individual groups will assist in the campaign by helping with mailings, pamphlets, brochures, and the like. Metropolitan opera tenor, Richard Tucker, greets some of the I boys and girls of the Hebrew Academy Choir who will participate in his concert Sunday evening, February 25, at the Miarrfi Beach Auditorium. They are (1. to r.) Michael Kogan, Irwin Siegel, Barry Honig. Leonard Tucker, Jay Makoviky, Adina Stadlan and Irving I Kelemer. forth Shore Center Sexton Honored \\i Installation Ceremonies Sunday Harry Tessler, sexton of the orth Shore Jewish Center, was resented with an engraved wrist i itch in recognition of his "de,ted service to the center since I rung" at the group's • | ;,nnu;il installation banjuet on Sunday night at the Rtrath Haven Hotel. More than >ne hundred people attended the fcffair. Officers who were seated at the kti ncluded Melvin Pazol, presiB in, first vice presi>nt; U I Steinman, second vice esident; Sam J:iffee. third vice president; Abe Weintraub, fourth rice president; Jacob Mayblum. f:fth vice president: Lester 1 recording secretary: Carl i Ait/, corresponding secreJack Pritt, treasurer; Phil |PEC Declares Dividend A quarterly dividend of 25 en's i share on its $25 per value n stock has been declared Palestine Economic Cortration, according to announceby Robert Szold, board %  chairman. It is payable February 123. This is the 33rd dividend paid |by the 25-year old corporation, largest American development umpany operating in Israel. Dividends declared in 1950 [totalled $209,151 for 6.119 stockoldei s. Szoid reported. 16.000 Expected at 7th Orchid Show Some 16.000 persons are expected to attend the seventh International Orchid Show of the South Florida Orchid Society Friday through Monday in Miami's Bayfront Park Auditorium. Tamara Chapter To Hear Liebman Seymour B. Liebman, Miami Beach attorney, will be guest speaker at the meeting of Tamara Chapter of Mizrachi Women on Tuesday, February 27, at 8 p.m. at the Victor Hotel, according to Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz. Liebman, whose subject will be "Israel's Youth Today," has visited Israel twice and has recently written a series of articles for The Jewish Floridian. He is chairma of the Speakers Bureau of the ZOA. The program will also include a showing of the technicolor film, "A Pair of Shoes." Workshop Will Present Story O* Nancy Wilder Radio Workshop for Democracy, weekly live dramatic series, presents "The Story of Nancy Wilder," to be heard Sunday, February 25, at 7:45 p.m. over radio station WMIE. Local actors appearing in this Roth To Speak At Lodge Installation Councilman Burnett Roth of Miami Beach will be the principal speaker at installation ceremonies of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Lewis Sternshein, local certified public accountant, has been elected president of the lodge, to succeed Sam Kessler, it is announced by Dr. Lester Gordon, chairman of the lodge nominating committee. Officers will be installed by Past President Irving Cypen at banquet ceremonies on Saturday evening, February 24, at 7:30 p.m., at the Miami Beach Athletic Club, 6820 Indian Creek Drive. Other officers elected to serve with Sternshein are: vice presidents, Alvin Budner, Howard Levine and Melvin Morris; recording secretary, Leonard Uhr; treasurer, Max Braslowsky; warden, Leonard Lifshutz; guardian, Irving Gangel; chaplain, Sam Kessler; trustees, A. Budd Cutler, Dr. Leslie Gordon, William Herzbrun. Irving Friedman and Julius H. Maselstein. A hundred thousand orchids week's program will be Bob BrenPritzert, financial secretary and Tessler, sexton. Among speakers were Rabbi Max Shapiro who installed the officers; Abe Shefferman of Washington, D. C, member of the board for the United Synagogue of America; and Rabbi Philip Fried, spiritual leader of the North Shore Jewish Center, who offered the invocation and benediction. Honor guests were Dr. J. H. Kaplan and Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Music was provided by Hy and Pauline Fried. valued at more than $1,000,000 will be exhibited at the affair, which is the nation's largest orchid show, according to show chairman Lester L. Preiss of Miami. Orchids from England, France, Hawaii, Brazil and other foreign countries will be joined at the February 23-26 event by 50 large exhibits from the country's leading commercial growers and hundreds of smaller exhibits from South Florida amateurs. ner, Lowell Thing, Vic Knobloch, Irving Friedman, J. P. Fox. Sarah Seiderman and Sonny Stillerman. The program is directed by Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with musical accompaniment by Steve Kessler at the organ. Card Party Slated Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls will sponsor a card party on Sunday, February 25. at 8 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Tickets mav be obtained at the door, or by calling 48-0933. Kandel Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memorv of the late Yetta Kandel, formerly of 2222 S. W. 9th Street, will be held Sunday. February 25. at 2 o'clock in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro in charge of the ceremonies. Mrs. Kandel is survived by her husband, Ben. In Miami from Washington, D. C. for the unveiling are Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Wolpe, brother-in-law and sister of the deceased, and Mrs. Jennie Cooper, sister-in-law. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are 'asked to be present. DT. Narot To Speak Dr. Joseph R. Narot will be one of the principal speakers at the opening of the United Jewish Appeal at the Hollywood Beach Hotel in Hollywood on Sunday. February 25. Social For Rabbis, Wives First of a series of monthly socials for rabbis and their wives will be held Saturday, February 24, at 8 p.m. at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, 1848 James Ave., Miami Beach. Strassburg To Speak Robert Strassburg, music consultant to the Jewish Centers Association of Breater Miami, will be guest speaker on Saturday, February 24. at 8 p.m. at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St. and Ocean Court, Miami Beach. Strassburg will speak on "Jewish Music, Old and New" and will give illustrations. On Tuesday at 8 p.m., Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will give the third in the series of lectures on "Psychology for Better Living." „ Greater Miami B'nai B'rith leaders plan the fourteenth annual state convention of Florid. Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Delegates from 21 lodges in Florida will aUe ^ J 6 a ^ conclave to be held this year at Miami Beach. April 28. 29 andI 30. Shown .eatedat desk MB. A.oe Pallet, first vice presided of the state federation who ili stated !" e J"" k K Newman Paul Petersburg as state president. Others are: Leo Chaikin, Walter Kovn "' Godfrey siiveV^Tex Cohen Seiderman. Mayor Harold Turk. Milton A. Friedman, J. J. Kaplan. Judge Sam I. 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lf Jewish leaders gave a total of '6.400.000. The action here came in response to a plea by Edward M. M. %  Warburg, general chairman of 1,1 %  • United Jewish Appeal, who in Iressing the conference urged t!i .1 American Jews advance beI • May 31 the major part of the 1951 requirement for $203,l • 100. rael's Ambassador to the associates of New York and Columbus. O., prominent in the shoe field, informed the conference that their gift would be "more than" $150,000. 1 Joseph Cherner and A. S. Kay of Washington, D. C, told the conference that they would conJ tribute a total of $150,000. Mrs. Louis Altschul of New York said I', = !" bba S ^ ban> wh0 s he would give $150,000, while a joined with 500 nationally prom, similar ift was announce d in beJewlsh leaders from 40 h f f tn B i austein f am ily group %  punching the UJA's of Baltimore A gift of $110,000 was made by Louis Holtz and Saul Reinfeld of Newark, N. J. Jack Weiler and Ben Swig of New York and San Francisco announced a contribution of "more than 1 $100,000, followed by a $100,000 gift from Y. D. Markson of Los Angeles and Boston. Among other major gifts anI' icceed in the race to beI ufficient only if largeiutside help is made avail, through the United Jewish I I 'nd other sources. expressed gratification at i edented support given %  1 at the outset of its 1'>1 campaign, asserting that this 'her actions could help a "high standard of de' nounced at the conference were h l Pment" in Israel which these: Israel and Louis Davidson. elections now." The President ap pealed to the party leaders to solve the Cabinet crisis in a way which would permit the present government to continue its work "in face of the grace international complications and the internal political and economic difficulties." Although the leaders of almost all the major parties indicated to President Weizmann their preference for holding new general elections, it is taken for granted that the Cabinet which resigned last week will serve as a "caretaker Cabinet" until new elections are held. Should this be the case, a compromise may still be reached between the Mapai and the Religious Bloc—which together form a majority in the parliament—before the projected elections take place. It was pointed out here that it must take at least three months to prepare for new elections. Both the Mapai leaders of the Religious Bloc are reported to have indicated to Dr. Weizmann their agreement to have the present Cabinet serve as an "interim A big time comedian and a big league baseball player will spark the Combined Jewish Appeal this coming week. The big time comedian. Eddie Cantor, will be honor guest and principal speaker at the life luncheon to be sponsored by the women's gift unit on Wednesday, February 28. at 12 noon at the Casablanca Hotel. Mrs. David D. Pollack is chairman of the affair. Her co-chairmen include the Mesdames Aaron Fair. Emanuel Goldstrich, Abe! Grccnberg. Jennie Grossing Robert Rodenberg and Mrs. Morris Skop. Si are Mrs. Merschel Lesch I ind Mrs. David Stolz. youth Unit Rally The big league athlete. Al CFlip) Rosen, will be honor guest at a junior rally on Sunday. February 25. at 2:30 p.m. at the Miami Bench Jewish Center. Other attractions at the rally will be Maurice the Magician, Basha Tepper. baton twirler, and Joel Gray of the Boscht Capades cast. Delegates from all religious schools and junior clubs in the area will attend the meeting. Herbert Kaplan, great nephew of the campaign chairman, is head of the junior division. His aides include Stanley Bargteil. J. Fred i Malakof f and Stanley Saul. Quota I for the unit is $2,000. Apartment House Brunch The apartment house unit, under the chairmanship of William Brenner and Meyer Teigman, will hold a brunch on Sunday. February 25, at 11 a.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the group. A. M. Klein. Montreal attorney and editor of the Jewish Chornii cle, will be honored at a reception to be given by the business and ] professional division of the wo| men's gift unit on Thursday. | March 1, at 9 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Chairman of the event is Lillian Goodman. Assisting are Deana Abrashkin. Jean Brown. Mildred Klein, Marguerite Marks and Shirley Woolf. Kick-off Breakfast With all preliminary functions out of the way, the campaign will officially open with a kick-off breakfast at the Fleetwood Hotel on Sunday, March 4. A nationally prominent speaker will address campaigners. Report meetings are scheduled for March 8, at 12:15 p.m. at Reid's Restaurant (Manning's); March* 12. 8 p.m.. Miami Beach Jewish Center: March 19, 12:13 p.m., Lincoln iManor; March 26, 8 p.m.. Temple Israel. Trades Unit Ri ; I if $714,500 havi in to date, it wa uel Friedland, campaign •i at the fi I n | rt i eting I tradi s unit held at the Seven Si R istaurant. Aaron Kanner. ch f the trades unit, reported '.ha', the unit has already received pled of 59.6 percent of the total amount raised by the trades unit last y. ar, Rabbi Lehrman spoke to the group, urged those present to do a complete job of coverage. The unit will hold a second report meeting on Monday. February 26. at the home of I. L. Mintzer. 510 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach. Judge Liebou;itz l^eaks Judge Samuel Liebowitz of Kings County Court, Brooklyn, N. Y.. was chief speaker at a special gifts dinner of the trades unit last Thursday night at the Miami Beach Athletic Club. : $31,790 in new pledges was turned in following the judge's poignant appeal. This represents an increase of 71 percent. Co-guests of honor at the affair were Circuit Judges George E. Holt and Joe Morris. ItVd Cross Honors 100 Volunteers Over 100 volunteer workers were honored Sunday by Dade County Red Cross in ceremonies held at chapter headquarters. BEN GURION, MORGENTHAU HAIL LAUNCHING OF UJA CAMPAIGN lid be of "utmost im-! Detroit, $75,000: H. Daroff and %  in the cans... of defendirld democracy." rburg in his address told """•,'"""-'X->*?'" .V""/ V"7? "' nference th-U American York, $65,000: Albert M. Green"* %  in the next 100 rhv mu M4 Philadelphia, $64,000; Fred | The coming days in the parliaPossfbteXe moSeEem to and Benjamin Katzner, Baltlment will show wha course the i nearly 100 000 Jews facmere. $60,000; Rudolf G. Sonnevarious parties will take. MeaniSSSJSSL ^iTliSsU born. New York $60,000: Samwhile Rabbi Mordecaj Nurok. %  > and Moslem eoun-' uel and_Lou,s Hamburge^, Deapeaktaj[•JjJ-gj* *e Ifr is group may agree %  nid that the way for this j tn.it. $a6,000; Abe Kasle. Detroit, gious Bloc, tc musl be pioneered bv the $56,000; Maurice Sanditen. Tulsa. mann that hi Jewish leaders through! "more than" $52,000; and $50,000 to the solution of the present establishment of a standard for rach from the following: Samuel Crisis without holding elections **!_.' v-a i 44 % % M T^ 1_ ft ^ am %  %  • ** 1 I A ... an n a *i AHI n ri % \* J\ n %  j X L*f"\ n T 1% II T IF* lilt giving in keeping with the urgency of the crisis confronting the 1 mted Jewish Appeal. I he meeting, addressed also by "' Joseph J. Schwartz, UJA executive vice chairman, with Morih* ii Berinst ein, chairman of "ie UJA's national campaign cabFriedland. Miami Beach, Samuel I considering the present difficult situation which the country faces. A Mapai spokesman told representatives of the press that his party will insist that outgoing government continue as "caretaker cabinet" until after the national elections. Goldfarb and son, New York; Samuel Katz, North Hudson County, N. J., and Miami; Carl and Philip Leff. New York, whose gift was "more than" $50,000; and the Winer family of Baltimore. Launching of the United Jewish Appeal's 1951 campaign at a national inaugural conference in Miami Beach last weekend brought a message from Premier David Ben Gurion of Israel, left, who told more than 500 key leaders from 40 stales that success oj the UJA is viiai to Israel's efforts to receive and settle 200.000 homeless Jews from Eastern European and Moslem lands. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., right, former UJA general chairman, informed Edward M. M. Warburg, who succeeded him as general chairman of the UJA, that he has accepted the honorary chairmanship of the 1951 United Jewish Appeal. Morgenthau has just retired as chairman of the board of the Modern Industrial Bank to devote himself to the development of Israel through the United Jewish Appeal and the State of Israel bond issue, of which he is chairman of the board of governors. In his message to the UJA's Inaugural Conference, Premier Ben Gurion declared that "at no time have the demands on Israel's resources been more unrelenting nor the need for swift action more paramount."



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-AGE 4 A fJmist Fkrktiar FRIDAY, FEBRUA RY 23 Y EDITORIAL 1 A Peeuliar Award The ji.scicsure thcrt William Randslp ym Salomon 1 lesecrative ol the memory w rica s crreatesl patriots. mmigranl tei ::::....... Revolu; :;: ie because h ; and : -&e transform this cc %  One :: : — •" :: his :cr.tempcraries that the • •; honor 3 man newspapers are given !c ?P=sh acmes and who openly boasts be car :t counted canong those who preach equality among men :: all races rr^eis colors 2nd gions. It :s true Mi Hearst is not the personal author .-: those diatribes but by giving them prominence in his newspapers he must s. .;:e equal guilt for them How a publisher who j mits the Jewish name to re —-red and vilifed by an impudent and ignoronl columnist could hove been chosen ::: ;r. award named after -~ who sought refuge from persecution in this country .s os baffling sn enigma ^s it :; painful The selection :: Hearst ::: this specific honor is an ~:::cr.t :r the Jewish community ct America • know with whom Seorge Jesse! and v vT3 y Mid wr WITH THEIR BIG HATCHETS Senator 3uy Gillette co-chairmen of the National Haym Solomon Memorial Committee, consulted when deliberating on the choice. Or.e thing however .; certain—they honored neither the Jewish The Rosenberg AH air The decision by U. S. Attorney General McGrntkl tc proceed with the big legal stick against M •:sses who knowingly lied in their efforts I ::: the appointment of Mrs. Anna RosenbJ to the defense post she now holds is cs tiaiel cs it is wise. There may perhaps be no disposition in certabl circles to revive an issue which came closer b lucing an American "Dreyfus A: L generally suspected. But we are glad that thj Justice Department evidently : -ierentlrl cbout the matter. For here was not only a cai trying to smear the character of c Anual can woman, but an attempt to smear the who* Jewish community through imputing eommunjJ to a Jewish public figure. Moreover it was j device to use the Congress of the L\ I StatJ cs a forum for the dissemination -: nti-Semig c:',d divisive propaganda at a time when fol national unity is the imperative demand ol t]J hour. No one who read the newspaper accoumj ct the Washington hearings can possibly iorcet the black figures that were lurking be] scene even as the whole conspiracy against I" Rosenberg collapsed. We can trust that when Mr. McGrath presets the case to the Federal Grand Jury he v...; merely delve into the matter-of-fact ques whether any of the witnesses perjured ti selves, but into the broader issue of whether attempted character assassination of the Jei woman did not stem from that astute char: and his henchmen who would transform Amc into a Hitlerland. community in America nor the memory :: H:~l Salomon when they picked Willicm Randoq Hearst for the Haym Salomon Award. "Between You and Me 9 : -rr.ght i': .". .sh Telegraphic Agency, Inc %  %  %  --. %  I %  Q Is %  %  Ziosisr AFFAii ~~ ~rust Organizat n : its ..-.. I Q| 170 different name 7 -.._ %  %  5 tO : A : L Herzii The Blue7 m N [enrj M rgen: %  • But at i %  : r : was I :..>ver..: up the frr • %  : %  eo ipt :' .--7 :" :' i N'st Fund td< transfc itiv : th< %  %  ler S. B. KoIt sras Mr K:~;. ? : %  ::N. nven"• : %  %  %  -' -. inn • --%  • %  • Prol S I %  %  appropr.. %  %  Mr %  '. • a ELOPMESTS >:der i i table ft C -.. • : i the next r : the L'nrtA PI %  r w • Nati rial [ And • %  %  :. %  I $12 %  ten in the I S I prog et 77. •. s Lit I" : nt of the t tal in m< ting ^ ZIONIST ISSUES Zronist leaden ght for j ex%  • Z. rust Or Err...:. j< \..-. inn if :-. : %  rig 1 the Genera] 7 r i Dr. Our Film Folk BY LEON GUTTERMA.. Dr Nahum Z.'.imr. ah 7 ft : [sil re the p ondvi %  --. for %  Dr. Sil 7 that Rose H ter to i %  %  for 1 SI is n • nt fi trade." fay? Eddie Cant r "Wrap it all up in -.rid the sti it' rid talk .:-.: i Bui undertr ppings it's fundacloak D 'hborI tea that a succt ssf 7. >• a good floor walker, ght f the fact that is always nght. "In -odd years I've been in he goes on to ex'Tve always found that the nee and not the actor or the critics ... is the surest bater of mem "' One of the most important as' can have in his -.--. Eddie goes on to say. is an ability to sense the reaction of his audience and gear his pernce accordingly. '-This sort :' sixth >ense. latent in most arires, is so important that I daresay no performer ever reaches the big time without it. An actor plays the way the audim to. or he isn't worthy of his calling. • A few years ago." Eddie ex; "I was heralded as a rev. iti -. ry character because I inaudiences at my People had never I to br.^ads before and ditors %  • innovation re piece of nship. st all lip had n Actually \ .and busi• %  m I r^ experience on t it's thi %  • • %  sat % %  • : Ev : nee I first began cut• tuff was going tomers. I made to fill the studio %  '•'•"• • and let them tell %  i t ? harm ny and : %  %  .--. %  r-_-a= •• %  % %  In 7 :-7. .Cencan h ttei show for the invisible audilay. most big broadcasts audiences, and for the reason I've mentioned—to better e to the customers. always the urge to dekind of goods the custoK for An actor who blames writers or a 'c 1 fur a poor show is up wrath aga. one the customers havi tunedil and it's up to him '. see trail they're satisfied. T: 1 bility for entertain I n-.ers lies squarely I I ders. and if he's nen| of that fact "With 140.000.0i"' many tastes to c> : r.ere artl ; bound to be d;fl\.: opia-l ion as to what constitutes good| entertainment. Th( lot room for improvement, everyoml agrees. But one thing y u can hi sure of—what you hear on tal 'radio is what a majority of 1| teners want to hear. "Singers croon because croon-l ing is the demand of the hour.l Gravel-voiced comediennes ticklej the public's funnybor.e. and l they reign over the airwave be-l cause the public demands their| talents. "The customer right"! concludes Eddie. "Rad: %  and teM vision performers aim to give wl customers what they want to hear J and see. and how successful tr.e-"| efforts are can only be estima i in the number of re-orders that! come in from dealers who tusei ; in on the same programs 'e| after week, year after yeat +Jenisr ikriiSor I Publithed very Friday "" T| by The Jewith Flondian at '20 N. • %  Sith street. Mumi 18. F o'ida. tr .U tered as aeeondclats rratter J"!*l '9J0. at the Pot Office of Mii"JI Fla under the Act of March J. "| The Jewiin. 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PAGE 14 A +Je*istrkrkltari m FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 Dinner To Honor Rabbi Rackovsky App C • I R C S I %  I I Jonas Appointed To Beach Zionist Post %  • • i %  %  Bel • %  of the barn d by ihe Flagler-Granada -'" %  on Saturday. February 24. a: 8:30 p.m. cnew cer.:e: building. 50 N.W. 51st Plac?. The Southern R?mb'ers wii: IbjJ bill billy music for dancing. Games end contests have been plannea. Mrs. Freed arncunces. and guests are asked to dress country sty le. Nw V rk City and' Weiss Unveiling I Th. an nument the lafc Sidney %  : %  %  : and is Is i • r of th( Hotel Ownei Association. Dav.tl R II y l AJC Will Observe Brotherhood Week Miami Title & Abstract Company, one of the oldest ( organizations in Dade County, has moved to more spacious i modern quarters on the ground floor of the Shoreland Arcade has been announced by Hyland Rifas. president, and Dai Rifas, vice president. The new offices are designed to proii additional escrow and closing offices and to further increase! efficiency of the title plant. The Rifases report that during! past quarter of a century the company has prepared more] 10C.000 abstracts of title and has issued millions of dollars of title insurance. The company is an agent for Kansas CityTiB Insurance Company. Clients and friends are invited to visit new offices at 124 and 129 Shor eland Arcade Build ing. Children's Home Unit Slates Donor Luncheon Th" Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home at Di a\ will for Children hold its donor held .Mr. ; then, i to M A A I I luncheon on Tuesday. February juliu S n 27. at 12 noon at the Five O'Clock M L ts in th" human i club. Mrs. Albert Dublcr is the ;. N V % %  %  %  will b< Pi M. chairman of the affair. A >ng guests will he the under and national : irecto '.'. : %  Rabbi Blair Visits Here %  L. 1 %  Con' I I %  ." • : Double Abbott Unveiling %  %  • %  %  I. • I I %  Iturbi To Play Here 4alilirs. Weinslciii To Review Hook I. M. '•'' E on F F ;-• %  Bet • I • %  Miami %  ling to %  [. L 52 Pi %  f Betl %  March 14. at 3 n Hall, ac, n inn >uncement by ed A. Less* .. .• %  Mrs L Louis Shafkin. will %  • [ thl :.' 11 I v I Mrs W [Mi Bi:. imii • :' Fell net, Irving G I, L nuel D,' R. I }' %  Koand G • ip 1 |" nt, Mrs. Fannie Lauber. A new picture, "Wings Over llustrating the care of m adl disT bili-1G I %  ay 1 M. B. other 709. J ; of I. men' y be i ti 'iis are in < h i %  enl lum, 1\ i %  i •• %  .i [turl M Municipal Auditorium 30 p.m. Iturbi h> composer in : and hi by mai H S "Fan! • Hi Detroiters Will Hold Dinner Dance Sunday Detroit S I C Gn atei annual S in la; F rj 25, at 6:30 | A '. R is chairman ng him arc i: Ali %  > %  Wiener, '.'.' %  %  Simpson Rosenan i 11 y Kutzen. may be obtained from (J ildberg, 2350 Alton Road, Beach, 58-3476, or Ann iian Ave.. Miami Beach, 5-4148. fand and Mi S Kosher Kill* Chiekew TENNESSEE POULTRY &EGGCI WHOLESALE & RETAl WEDS. A.M. THUBS.A Phones 9-2585 < 1340 S.W. 8th St HOW for the first time... Saiuitaq KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT V Ml rEMPLl ; LEADING HOTELS '' mi Beach r • r : 4891 (1 l NEW LOCATION' F. O. ItAKKIt Parking Lot in Connection Sales Rentals Investments Property Management Member Board cf Realtors 646 N.E. 1st Ave. Phcne 2-4651 PASSOVER FOOD PARCH FOR ISRAE DimTKAUY PlANNfD TO SUPPlMtNT ISRAEL'S AUSmiTY FOOD RATIONS simple, convenient Send your order now with tht MM and address ol your relative in Israel. Mike check or money order payable to: MANISCHEWITZ FOOD PARCELS FOR ISRAEL end mill it to: MANOTH, Inc.-sales aunts 401 Broadway. New York 1J, H. Y. PROMPT DELIVERY! The only food '| !l|j Mamschewit; Kosher Foods i" Nourishing assortments ol •*Beel. Coflee. Butter. Ell M Chicken. Man.HI. Ell P w '' MANISCHEWITZ Pcsover Food Po' MP-2, 26 lbs., i • 33 lbs., 2 ii Write lor tree descriptive booklet Mamschewitz Food Parcels For Israel—a division of %  Cincinnati. u nw The B. ManischewiU Co., Jersey City. N. J. BY YHi BAKERS OF WORID-F AMOUS MAf



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tfDAY, FEB RUARY 23, 1951 *Jewish noridllmr PAGE 5 A %  SSIB HM'M lenient Program Budget Set At SI00.000 For 1951 f.,' i, wish Social Service I agency, which is headed by Emil in( tary requirements Gould, will receive SI 1,000 from 151 immigration and re-1 the current campaign. | [ram total an estiooo.il was announced Beth David Children To : -. 1 ( !;'| ,,ld Un s erlclder Present Friday Rites .. 120 Jewish displaced The kindergarten claUs of Beth reported, are expected David Sunday preGreater Miami during Sl a model Friday night proI omodations, teachmg | %  i c inverse in English i .: hi ', iMiami uuiuiK • ••;; -;•.> •" %  • ••lg h community asgram for the combined cla -This means he said, the pre-kindergarten through the %  he Jewish community, second grade. Greater Miami JewThe program, to be given unhas agreed to raise der the direction of Jeanne Stiethe necessary funds : bel and Dons Kasow, will con• these newcomers into sist of the lighting of the candles. \ n wav of life by pro' the chanting of the kiddush and for them, securing | the blessing over the ehallah. The children will be served gefilte fish, individual challahs them financial relief and cake. About two hundred able to take care : children will participate in this | traditional Friday night service. the historv of previous', This program is given in order leider predicted that I to acquaint the children with the m additional refugees I customs and ceremonies of the „to Miami independJewish home. : in y of these will, he compelled to turn to the 5 0C ial Service Bureau for; istance. I Ungerleider declared, al Service Bureau inO.OOO for its refugee proDuring that period 16/ ir vivors arrived here. 151, Ungerleider estimates. MIIII Jewish arrivals can in the ITnited States L th through October. The I, DP Act expires June 30. [eider anticipated that • of immigration will be intil Octobre 30 since, a: are valid for fter issuance. v that deals with icans" and derives its I the 1951 Combined \: peal is the Jewish VoS rvice. Organized less x months ago. it has al; d ni -' curing jobs .;.> refugees. This Sydell Bass was chosen 'Queen of Hearts" at a dar.ee recently sponsored by the Young Adult Grouo of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Pictured ere Bonnie Brody. Larry Wilde, emcee. Miss Bess. Hal Murray, guest of honor and j udge, and Roslyn Elbaum. ; Dance Team To Appear Here On March 20th The internationally famous inIterpretive dance team of K Delakova and Fred Berk will give a public concert in Miami |on March 20 at 8:30 p.m. at U I Bayfront Municipal Auditorium.. Announcement of the local appearance of the artists was made by Arthur Cohen, chairman of event, which is being sponsoi by Miami and Miami Beach Units Jr. Hadassah and the University of Miami Chapter of IZFA. Delakova and Berk have travelled since earliest youth, I forming at concert halls, theati colleges and universities. T.. conduct their dance groups, eograph musicals, experimental theater productions pageants in New York. In the greater unity that come3 Of tolerance is our strength. Never before have we so much needed therness. Tolerance can light I the way.—John H. Crider. All Cream Cheese is Cantor Samuel Kelemer will I headline the program at the | Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday, February 25. at 2:30 p.m. Also slated to appear is I Miss Marilyn Ross, soprano. who is vacationing at the Sorrento Hotel, Miami Beach. The residents of the home were entertained this week by the entire cast of Borscht Capades. ELITE CHOCOLATE and CANDIES PRODUCTS of ISRAEL Truly Delicious! Now on Sale at Food Fair and Carl's Markets CREAMIER... SMOOTHER... RICHER... SEEfH£PlfftfOIC£! NEW HANDIER SHAPE MORE ECONOMICAL SIZE!^! M* CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 153 N.E. 29th St. Phone H2-4731 i



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I1 PAGE 2 A kt* id fl>rrir§i^r FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ?i ]K} Home Fsr Aged Reeiecvs Spoet the J H irectors Doui %  I H A e K 1' Mrs. B I rid Mrs K ieg I s ex I the M I • • %  : reel %  5 : • i Loo To \iJroo l!iicSas*2ih iusicfesl held | unity i' Jew: .nth. %  I, f Pi : "' A M B i :' % %  v. [and ins un I ists Beth 1' %  Beach .Jewish C< nter and • "ols. by the Cdui f G Bui Ed Local Hotels Will 8e Represented At Detroit Travel Show c.i; ater Miami h >• i id thi h 31 through April 3 S a 50-foot exhibit in t Del p," ..nnual Hall. tt • ion rids. Ray Redman of Raj H.-dm,. & Asi ciates, 1931 I A n Beach, is rep i 11 • Miami hotels with elaborate montage of a ]i m j ted number of hotels. Fiv< participate with the Del m a week's free HI tion. A bevy of tx :r i s ^ bathing suits actin ;, tion '.ill pass out li: ..,. ini information on the put;nn in the i Miami To Mark Jewish Naffond Fund Golden Jubilee At Affairs March 11 %  i Fund a: Beach J : fl Ln T E". '. %  F THIS SUNDAY EVENING RlPUARD WHE?!• Only One Performance .. 1 N : • • --' '. %  %  • %  : :-f the M S Or. '. :. :. t. K %  %  %  : th the 1 • ml the i the J • : %  De; on Of Clinic For Crippled Children Set Fcr Sunday ; to I I S U Ass,>c:athese three -.• r • z %  • %  %  %  %  %  I 1 %  • %  EDDIE CANTOR IN PERSON in a iireat, 2' j Hour. I-Man Show 3Bi Feb. 27-28 March 1 MIAMI 3EACH AUDITORIUM — PH. 5-0477 TICKETS: S1.50 S2.50 S3.0Q S3.50 S4.00 S4.50 i Pott No. 85. HOmt Alton F. E Day X'orkers $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer IVERSITY OF MIAMI Presents W. mmAPEST STRING QUARTFT eti BT S? V Ln*writy T ekt Off,c 7.9tQ 'cF.rther lnforrr-at.cn Motro|tolitfaii Opora Star Tire finest lyric tenor 7 hare heard i Ric) I is become one of the most gifui in the Metropolitan Opera Corn. The New York Times >!3 A3II Ki:\< II AIIIITOII1I M Reserve Your Tickets Xow Vor Choice Seats PHONE HEBREW ACADEMY 58-4641 OR MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Tickets 3.69 and 2.46 CARMEN By E With All Metropolitan Stars ^leii.Tox rm^s — ix II:KSO\ 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 Jewish Funeral Services... conducted with reverent regard to every Jewish religious tradition. Our lull knowli of all the requirements and our many years >>f faithful service to Jewish families afford comforting assurance that each service %  • be correct in every detail. In our two complete funeral chapels, beautifully furnished and decorated, through e\ ery funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere of dignity and peace. Memorial Chapel TWO ( ONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flajrler fc 20th Ave. • Phone 9 5-3355 Miami Beach 1236 Washington Ave. • Phone 5-7777 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE EDWARD T. NEWMAN. Funeral Director ABE EISENBEBC. Treasure', IN NEW YORK; 76th Sweet and Amsterdam A* LONG ISUHW BROOKLYN BRONX



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PPJDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951 +Jewist fk>ri(Jian PAGE 5 B V.S.. Israel Reaeh NEW YORK. (JTA)— The visit I [ S rae] Agriculture Minister : .-on to Washington tor ... on a wheat agreement SUCCi •sftil. Israel's Am| or to the United States, v Eban, disclosed here this ugh there was no revelaI the specific content of the in talks. Mr. Eban told „ Dr ess conference at the Israel consulate here that Mr. Lavon .,,e to Washington to insure ,1 interim supplies of wheat while the Ambassador himself continued discussions for a longterm agreement and that this effort had met a favorable response. Meanwhile, he revealed, Israel continued to impress on Washington the urgent need of the Jewish state for stockpiling food and raw materials since the nation was surrounded by hostile neighbors and rlependen on an overseas lifeline tor its supplies. Following conversations initiated by Foreign ter Moshe Sharett with the United States Secretaries of State and Defense and with Presidential adviser W. Averell Harriman, Mr. Eban said he was discussing with Secretary of Agriculture Brani scheme for the long-range supply of American wheat to Israel on favorable credit terms. Israel Ambassador emphasized that Israel was not inAeeorcl On Wheat ited In a grant, as in the case ol India, but wanted to pay tor all supplies it not hen. He he also had d ns with Si retary of the Interion Ch on the question of fuel and with Secretary of Commerce Sawyer on the critical nature of) the supply problem for Israel in general. Red Cross To Offer Atomic First Aid Dade County Red Cross will begin a program to train 20,000 persons in atomic first aid this \ week, following the attendance of Godfrey Novotny, Dade County first aid and water safety director, at a statewide meeting of Red Cross safety directors in Orlando. At this meeting Novotny received the latest information in atomic first aid care and an explanation of the 50-page atomic supplement to the regular first aid literature. A copy of this supplement is available to all persons in first aid courses. Atomic first aid will add four hours to the regular first aid course for a total of 22 hours. Instructors will leach first aid classes already in session and new classes to be formed throughout the year. B'nai B'rith Council To Meet March 1 The B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida will meet Thursday, March 1. at 8:15 p.m.. in the council offices, 330 Se; Building. Presid nl Sam I. Silver will \ irthcomfhg plans for the fourteenth annual convention of Florida B'naJ B'rith Lodges to be held in Miami Beach April 28, 29 and 30. Sidney Aronovitz of Sholem Lodge, will report on the progress of the fourth annual "Outstanding Citizen Award" in Dade County, a civic project spearheaded by Sholem Lodge. E. Albert Pallot. state federation vice president, will describe the finance program designed to raise allocations for the building program of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Florida and the University of Miami. Singer Appointed i William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fid eration, has been named a member | of the national-local lela'.i committee of the Council of Ji A ish Federations and Welfare Funds, it war, announc. It'' by Julian Freeman, president of the organization. DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS $5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phon 8-5317 — 9-6727 61 N. E.5th Street AL MEIDENBERG. Owr>r Frontier Series Continues Edward R. 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1 1 PAGE 6 A vjenistfkridi&r I %  i • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. l 95l '. < Strictly Neighbors TEE 22 JUBILEE: S '. %  F id heave out 1 N tremendous triumphs for v of S S'umbet i. : "%  %  •. %  • .' -'• %  Sinai is ready 1 : great • RED CROSS: With J. Meyer Schine as invisible host. Red Cross leaders met ai p Ronsy-Plaza luncheon, in response to telegrams from "Doc" Kle:r.. Doc" ar.d joe Lipton pledge to be on tap for help ... To everyone's pleasure, the speeches were excellently short and poir.tec Ruth Lieberman was there—she's Kenr.on Jewett's office mainstay My beat is Lincoln Road, toward the S10.000 business quota. Will seme of you Strictly Neighbors help me—? : need you, and I'll divvy up the cards so all you have to knock off is one cluster of a few shops. Please—? il'm in the phone book. Just dial 1 HOTEL HOPS: .-. : 5 a w:l you i 5 horr.e there. always. ol noted 1 glad g< >: ol ildn't stay !el tradition is a rarii sometimes to be l i R rate their Ihe by thei the celebrated Cl Rubin built 5 hot %  ts 1 nti.-.g ] • .: ... PICTURE-DRIVE! The North Bay Area Taxpayers' Association, spearhead by Ai Pallot i gefl ng —. lomc million-dollar licks at traffic-tangles. d of Temple Beth Sholom ion Wednesday, February 21, at 12:30 p.m. at the Saxony Hotel. to an announcement by M; Alex A. Straus, lunche in chairman. Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin was Sisterl I Qui n" in gnitioi •: t that sin sold the largest number of ;. %  bi Max s : Is %  %  II Mrs. Volpe To Speak V Ui tsof I S, tu tation Mrs. Philip Friedma-i Hannah Diamond is Wed To P. Friedman Rabbi Irving Lehrmai ized the mar: H >nnah Diamond to Philip F: i the National H itel on Janu :: bride is tind Mi an i Mrs. Ii. 1045 Michigan Ave. :. : H hland Park. N J. Miss Judy Swede m Gord >n t man for hi A %  i i the ci Mis D M School, when SI : :; • : the w; %  Friedman I %  Wai II. %  R • nee C New Brut .' c uple will n i Visitors To Mark Golden Wedding R %  : %  : %  Dar.r Mrs will fa i .%  a: %  -:-:.r =:.-:: Mr. and Lefcoe Bar Mitzvah .: a Ave.. Cera' G: ;:;~.e BaMitzvah cr. y, February 24 aS Beth David Synagogue. v.-..: of. F Ideal Diet: Holland Honey Cake Fruited Basic to Liring I. and Looking You ... %  r: ~ED J AVAILABLE %  PART LOAD TO IOM NEW OR VICINITY ... ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA HOTEL RAM AZ '% % %  Open tc • (KOSIII:BI SOU PASSOVI'lt) or Plain DeUcious Made from ingredients, con-, healthful for ages: whole rye fl rich buttermilk and golden h m< y ily blended in Old Net ars or fats added Ri lory. Suitable for every meal or Distributed by Cochran Distributing Co. 1717 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Fla. LONG DISTANCE DOORTO-DO oT WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. *H *., I'S OLDEST FURNITURE M O VE RS WEISER magement 145. Washington Avenue Phone 58-2844 Jjurdirie's I to 5:30 I 00 1141 f 5 a barrel of fun for the kiddies! HOWDY-BOODY" PUPPETS chcrracters, right favorite are „ ow at Bur rful< li hand-puppets. What fun th wn she each 98c "FOURTH FLO HE BRIDGE



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Lv FEBRUARY 23, 1951 > Kmfcg) F/fn/rffr00r>r] PAGE 11 A >th David Will fold Minstrel are now in progri i I's second annual hr l a nd variety show to be '; Mj ,,.,, senior High School n March 7 at 8:30 met with such u thai the congregation | V ilU( i to make it an annual |" Harry Gordon is general [ I the production and S!'UT. Larry Wilde and Murfaaum are directing. >!k thorns To wsto Monroe, N. Y„ Jewish Council, a member of the Central I of American Rabbis, who is assinned lo Fort Leonard noiijn 'MM: That's the Tiifie To Buy Some ^•Hentifi** Bvqjiipinciit SKILLED MECHANICS Guaranteed Workmanship Drive In Today — Save Wear and Tear on Your Tires WHEELS ALIGNED Any 3Sak< k Car $£•49 %  f "Your Friendly Chevrolet Dealer" W TWO CONVENIENT -.•'• .-.„,.. LOCATION", $fc [f^nl^iyj^^ijBp^' w -fLAGLERST. PHONE 9-6441 1300 N.W. 7th~VE. PHONE 28408 Alka-Seltzer AT ALL DRUG STORES y La Vigne Electric 163 N. E. 24th Street—Phone 2-1759 NEW LOCATION G. II. MAiil'IJ-: KliJITHM' CO, APPLIANCES — REPAIRS 124 So Miami Avenue Phone 2-5467 The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of "lhe Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC 1. To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth : is displayed: 2. And to buy only chickens with the ring ol the G.M.V.H. f"i 1D 3 as this is the only id enlification which proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochei; —————— AND ANNOUNCES That signs such as "Traditional Dinners," "Jewish Meals." "Koher Style," "Jewish Stylo," or "Sacramental Wine is Served," definitely do not assure kashruth. For Further Information Concerning Keshruth Call Our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 818 Michigan Avenue Harry Sirkin. Pres. H. Sootin, Secy. Telephone 5-3595 S. Lobel, Treas.



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PAGE 4 B I* H/VA Fkridfor FRIDAY, FEBRUARY oo y^HandwJuiiru} THE COHENS ll ive David Meyer, train) t xp< rience 1 h s pecialgive you a check-up. Send at < 12 hues written with pen and ink—no ball point—in nddrt npi d envel ipe with 50 cents—no stamps—to David Meyer, The Jewish Floridian, 1 (> Box 2973. Miami Florida. Tin m of the following Si mp call) d "T e Lady Is N il t ir M. apologies to C i r Fry, pis \ "The Lady Is N t : Burning" is currently enjoying a B Iway run). The v. s written by a beautiful di\ • Of 21 who is being courted by .i young man head over heels in love with her. The swain's father does not approve of the gii I. He submitted th speci the :' the young lady v imes fi n a broken I was mai ried I > a bookii i dm when he lost i little is n i edui atii n, i : .rk and s ii p ip •'.• and in gen< -:. ; unstable. /COME ON, JOLlf. DON'T BE 50 V DUMB. LET'5 HEAR YOU SAY L^ TWAT POEM FOR THE PLANTING iSEAftON AGAIN ^GOOSY, GOOSY, GANDER,WHERE ) = 5HALL I WANDER ? > UPSTAlR1)iX>WN5TA!R5 AND IN MY LADIES CHAMBERS. _-/ THEN I MO AN OLD MAN WHO \ _0NT SAY HI5 PRAYER5. I TOOK HIM BY THE LEFT ICG AND THREW H!M WAIN THE STAIRS. M f the s con\ that the girl that is, i S s i p Illinois Doctor Speaks Before Mt. Sinai Staff Dr. Jacob J. Mendelsohn, medical director of Fox River Sanatorium, Batavia, Illinois and clinical professor of medicine, Loyola University School of Mediof Mount Sinai Hospital Friday. cine, presented a paper on the "Treatment of Chest Diseases and Tuberculosis" to the medical stall just add guests ...AMD SERVE... the world's most fAMOUS BEER %  • Now that Uncle Sam *s urging all citizens to turn in pennies— running short—little Stephan and Eric, sons of Mr. Mrs. M. S. Kingson of 725 W. 50th St.. Miami Beach, are taking ii hoard from their Hopoy banks and getting ihem ready to add Bi the M'ami Beach Federal Savings end Loan Association. The Industrial Savings Bank also has a Hopalong Savings Club. %  I • x %  %  : ii %  S %  • .. t ] '. itrok 1 immal %  t get i l yond M..nv • %  U] 1 : S is parasitical, al' %  tohappenl anyl ; i con1 As 1 : %  '' 1 1 350 Lincoln Road Suite 302 — Phone 5-5419 Entrance on Washington Ave. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES "A GOOD NAME is mere to be treasured than riches." Pro ttb, GORDON FUNERAL HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES Budweiser LAGER BEER ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC., ST. LOUIS Distributed by -NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. SAM BLANK, P] REVLIN HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Under Supervision of Rev. M. MoSCOwitl Collins Ave. at 13th St., M. B.—Ph. 5-7683 ing DeLuxe From c, • "TC Open To The Public Full Course Dinners F %  -"• :•• •the name GORDON has been associated with • • %  Gi : In your tim. %  •"' %  % %  tefu" LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION Delicatessen Products The Showcase of Good Food T ^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA GOR mm 7jt %  %  *.-.: %  Av^nu 436 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH F. I. AHERN Funeral Director Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER ZION" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made u-irh the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Caff LINDA BRANDS, inc. 10 S.E. 5th St.. Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors ol the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION



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PAGE 6 B + kvisHkridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2a Council Hostesses To Attend Tea Hostesses for the March 23 ••Council Card Contest'" and luncheon, annual fund raising project of the Miami Section oi the National Council of Jewish Women, are being honored at a tea at the home of Mrs. Sam Blank. 600 E. DiLido Drive on Friday. February 23. at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, cl man. announces that hostesses will receive their guest lists and invitations at the tea. Greater Miami is being divided geographically, and every council member will be invited to the home of a hostess in her neighborhood for an afternoon of luncheon and ca have already received slotted | cards to ing qu title one ti n and will be each member's 1951 pled Mei i >nor luncheon • %  .' v : -wood. k Levk :: s: si :. A Aai n A n K Fenias L ; -" :: • : %  ..:: %  : From the Psychologist's Des k The Adolescent: The Parents' Role confronted with Pr. Seymour M Blunienthat. accredited 'consult • c ; %  -> hok>Si*t in full time praV •-. .:. Mian %  %  work, he | %  p.p. A • %  ; ; | : .. i '• Bl urn I '.ha! is a I, psychology ol v rl of El In i'-'• nl >nal INd I • %  %  ... %  • n %  %  •.!• %  tbroucl %  ii durinB this ttrU %  :: lestl • i Blumenth.i!. The Jewlah Fli rl p. O. Box 191 Miami II -E III i %  note At the request of a number oi ^"SS ^Son'^ive^n^^ct5. occasional* than the em of making only one major decisi therefore remarkable, that tl %  %  %  wlth hls manv prol not mor. erno; and difficult to get on with. 4 A : Perverse tures T ., mal beings ng th. % % % %  % %  : % %  you might, in %  • n 5. Interest in the opposite sex ssential to normality \: one time or another, an scent may be expected to p a "crush" or love affair, should be more conInrs adoles%  ~ which SSSS to thesV *** to urge them tab irappears that, has I Outstandii ': : :r -f^'the en. various %  n I nal and pn; cal changes that are I his ••• %  %  %  coping with th( misun par%  %  Bu: • iPind i ht %  • '•' %  scent : '" T nal %  Entry Blanks For Awards Sent Out ng man ai i L .' %  : : nd listing i ns %  •' in P. nl ; ig. M I tc "Out\ %  • %  : s %  %  : •"'. i %  %  tbursl • I by I iheii .... %  %  if the tand, and help • it this • : .. nd %  : Ipful. sconce is a normal deivhich tempting to having a sensi I i • %  • • %  %  %  %  i structive attitu and tion v I i nable nd deal in: %  : ment. rdom • %  ex n and their 1 %  %  fre It is the pan ng tl ir best %  this %  :11 bo an en nt If wi ill hang together— don't sink oui lifferences and our creed, race and economic iices so as to concenl on thgle to bring world tragic dupes into 1 ith and liberty— %  than likely to hang separately, and in many cases painfully.—Reuben Maury. ief editorial writer. New York and his futureplace Daily News. -. L an all son I to them. 2. Thi :: st Jtstanding f. | of adol%  • %  is th in nsisti n %  I iat: n of M : — fluctuating I I lult li vels. 3 A %  •• facing : • I ents ften .' %  : GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Miv you. root repaired now: will eave on a new roof "Satiefaetory Work by Experienced Men" 414 you la tar •. W. 22nd Avenue % •HONE 4.MM F0 RENT-FOIR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alio completely equipped large Kosher K.tchen for Wesa.nns. Bar Mluvaha, Card Part.,, ana L,d S liSV Plerty of Parl< -S Space. 4^ E C S ^ Ey H PALMER 4-6(22, FOR INPORMAT ON S. I. Froedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth tad Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious SuppEaja For Synaaag-aei and Priraia Ua. Also for Hebrew School*. Telephone 5-9017 Nature of Health Institute A new approach to Medication based on specialized blood and Laboratory tests. %  • %  • • %  • %  %  Ir M Nutrll n 1 • %  tlona %  Peel etc, Dr Harry W Haag Phone 86-6904 9482 Harding Ave. Surfside I WANT MY MILK PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Deliveryl Serving the Jewish CommurJty Stnce1926 Exclusive Dealers ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS *' %  *.. ex" .".. 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phone 4-5922 f '> And Be Sure ni FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VWt Our Farm at **4 of Bird Rd. A Snapper cr^k Grand Rabbi H. Horowitz, known as the "Beitcher Rabbi." is spending the winter in Miami Beach. A descendent of the rabbis o£ Rapshitz. Tzar.z and Bellz. Rabbi Horowitz is staying at 21 Washington Aver.ue, Apartment 7. He may also be contacted through Dr. M. J. Safra 840 Washington Ave.. Miami 3each. 1951 Archil <>


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PAGE 2 B *JMM ncrldlar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, Mapping plans for ? brunch to be held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday. February 25, pt 11 a.m. are leaders of the apartment house unit of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown are I front row, 1. to r.> Mrs. Rose Langman, Jeanne Damsn, Belgian school teacher who recently returned from a seven-week tour of Israel. Meyer Te'gman. co-chairman of the unit, Mrs. Helen Sanders. Sol Goldman; 'back row) Sidney Rubinowitz. Dr. Samuel Gluckman, Irving Arnold, S^mue' Vogel. S'dney A. Steiner. executive director of the Miami Beach Apartment Association. Bernard Lir.denfield and David Dogoloff. Taking a breather on the slepr leading to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation offices are the leaders in Ihe youth unit of the campaign. The unit will hold a mass youth rally at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday, February 25, at 2:30 p.m. featuring big league baseball player. Al (Flip) Rosen, Maurice the Magician and Joel Gray. Pictured here are (front row, 1. to r.) Stanley Sauls, Rosen, Herbert Kaplan. chairman of the youth unit. Samuel Friedland. chairman of the 1951 campaign. Stanley Bargteil; (back row) Robert Lefcoe, Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Philip Padower and Fred Malakoff. Talking over the life luncheon to be sponsored by the women's gift unit at the Casablanca Hotel on Wednesday, February 28, are (front row, 1. to r.) Mrs. Morris A. Skop, Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of the women's gift unit. Mrs. David Pollack, chairman of the affair, Mrs. Gus Ginsburg; (back row) Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, Mrs. Napthali Weidterg. Mrs. Morris B. Horwitz and Mrs. Herschel Leschel, secretary. Eddie Cantor will be honor guest and principal speaker at the luncheon. Miss Daman recently addressed leaders of the hotel unit. Shown are (seated, clockwise) Norma Ederer, J. M. Seidenberg, Fred Jonas, Paul Grossinger, N. Doug Raff. Nat Hankoff, Miss Daman, David Levinson. chairman of the unit, William Glick, Joseph Dallet, George Go'dberg. Abe Kurman, Charles Rosengarten. Standing are Sidney Bernbaum. Joseph Gardner and David Neilinger. Red Cross Drive Leaders Named • T M. Lipl Ci ss Id v 1 ; • tint I I r 21 nton M. Fincher, r. s; H 1. %  %  Clark, bus a; C J hn S. Gullet, court:.: J hn N. Turrit:-, comJ mes c; Leybourne, : Gables; Angus W. Graham, ti v an nstrui ti >n; MauKl fin, Miami Beach: Mai ie livision: Dr. Jr d< ntal; Dr. Jack Q. •land, medical: Mrs A. W .nd Samuel T. I merchants. A -•• inj ttee 1 .-51 :.. Mrs. Klein, B. H. y. O. F. Webi r, N stor M >W. w. : Wine Jelly On Market A new food item now en the :et is wine jelly, which has been developed by Frank Zoppi of the Liquor Jell Company. Wine jellies : I • av :n an nl flavors including fruit, orange, elder. and i si .v.nes. • unusual sweets are no r than better quality of traditional type j. 11 HEAR YE OLDE SAGE W|AM, Sunday, 10:30 A.M. Ml Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI. Exec. Vice-President 5 A t }L Z Koiiliolz Kosher Moat Products Pho 346 Fcr Free Delivery Anywhere LEON ~ Exclusive for "999' (Cor. P Imeria Ave.) IA dk Real Kosher—New York LESALE & RETAIL .. LS AND RESTAURANTS ".. ? '••'" '•' c • Study at fam ART SCHOOL 1822 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD • PHONE 9-9622 for an interesting hobby or a distinguished career. Lislen to the JEWISH VARIETY HOUR ; WMBM — 800 on your Dial Every Sunday from 3 to 4 Wednesday & Friday from 1:30 to 2 WTTT 1490 on your Dial Every Sunday fron 10 to 11 \.M •nd Every Evening Excepl Saturday from 10:30 to 11:30 Liberal dividends twice yearly. Where it Earns More # Jacob Schachter Director NORMAN R. LYONS Newaeatt.r and Historical Narrator **a. ••• *_•• •• ,v t_ • • • • • ^ • •*. .• Current Rate Is i^A% Per Annum mmn mm\ SAVINGS BUILDS % IQ M ASSOCIATION "•••a'25.iiSt. ^tl Brood. Horih M |, m M-nt Ortyw.



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• — -. — n • ~ — y PAGE 8 A lrn'*#'#W#-Ai try ridhAY. l'i:UHIIAHY 23, 1951 ARE YOU ELIGIBLE RESIDENTS OF DADE COUNTY ARE OFFERED mm. COMMUNITY HEALTH PLAN Enrollment Starts Monday, Feb. 19, 1951 Closes March 19, 1951 RICH or POOR-We are all on a budget-So, budget your HOSPITAL PLAN Helps PAY: DOCTOR AND HOSPITAL BILLS IF YOU ARE EMPLOYED — And have a Health Plan, which pay benefits ONLY while in the hospital — Then you are only Vi insured. OUR INCOME PROTECTION PLAN Pays you benefits even though you are not in a hospital. Your expense up to 900 ? 00 ^ ^ HOSPITAL ROOM and BOARD For each sickness or accident at the rate of $9.00 a day. UNLIMITED — as often as needed for the following:— • OPERATING ROOM ***<=^. SED&TIVI DRUGS WHY You Should Enroll: Waiting Periods Eliminated M o st Health Plans have certain waiting periods before the full benefits become effective, with our VOLUNTARY HEALTH PLAN ALL usual waiting periods are eliminated and the full benefits of your plan, (except maternity) go into effect — Date of your policy. No Med'cal Examination required for enrollment future medical care! INCOME PROTECTION PLAN FOR people employed in business and professional $113,333.00 THIS figure might be the amount you will earn in your present job IF you keep your Health. Your ability to work and earn a living, is your — MOST VALUABLE ASSET. ANo Automatic Termination Age n MM I % % %  • %  %  %  WHEN Sick or Hurt — your income STOPS, but Groceries and other bills don't STOP — THEY MUST BE PAID! your Rent,



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, A y, FEBRUARY 23, 1951 *Je*isHk>rlcJja,n PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE^ LEGAL NOTICE nil': Z^T\CE BV PUBLICATION 8* riRi-I'lT COURT %  '! %  • I Tl-im'l VI. CIRCUIT IX AND .',•"..: %  •• %  -v'-v .WjLMXDA^. .11 i \(i Rl No. IJSlOl. .''• ,-| %  ; %  /. utETH BICKBTTB, j-JL ;.;. WII.I.IAM z. LMLLIAM Z IHCKBTT* fe^v! v! N JEJR p" ,. ,. i .ii..i to serve a copy I „., i" the mil of ComI' ;!",, n n the plaintiffs I "" .„„, ill.' tinoriginal Pm the office <>f Hi" Clark of %  JJ.II r uri on or before tin| ir u | i 1951; otherwlee, the T !'„.;,.,., %  '"i Divorce hereto!,;,! •„. II will !'•• taken a fen a'i Mln'ml, Florida, this 14 '. ; \ I >. 1951. [ i.KATHBBMAN, Clerk the Circuit Court, p ,,|. unity, Florida. %  t i '< i rl | v N w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. LY OCX UMAN i bniplli Hull ling i RDER IP PUBLICATION I,.,'|i;. |T COURT OF THE Ij-STII .IID1CIAL CIRCUIT Cv'|. I 'till DADE COl'NTY, %  ||, A IN CHANCERY, No. Plaintiff, vs. iwi i.' M I:I.I>. Defendant ILUAM 'SBNFELD it Mi |\-, 9 t c bin Avenue ordered ami rev opy of your anawer fjiii'l mi for 1 ivorce, I losed herewith, Intiff : confessed t: i' ,: >'KATHERMAN, i 'In uii Court c A STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. | R \ XI > %  I I?. Ho OF INTLNTION TO MAKE >LICA7IG\ FOR FINAL DISCHARGE |TY 'lull COURT. DADE try. i-'i.. .1:1 %  • %  No. 23942. |\\TK I >F ZAVON, is. ,| El ilven that I i and i'1-ti[i as Executor \ Zavon, deti K day of ( • the Honornty Judge of %  % % %  approval of • If final disIKxi of the Instate of pvon, %  .1 day %  i5l. L BI III' II /.AVON. \ FRIEDMAN, r Zavon, Executor IE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP n that the existing boll • ml Lou Ebi nstetn, ..ii business as fl t 216 Tin Street, Mldissolved by I from i ho 5th 151, nil debts .hie p'lni! d firm will be %  t, in who will %  n the wild business ndcr the same I f February, 1951. :RKE %  "> KRENSTEIN I vttorhey -E UNDER FICTITIOUS NANE LAW v GIVEN that sage in ous name of %  • (Noi In. i ec t, Intends to th the Clerk of of Dade County, PINSKY, HAN I rTENTIOH TORNEYS! I Wish Floridion soVour legal notices. appreciate your onooo and guaran[accurnte service at 1 r "'. Phone 2-1141 neR senger service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ., NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HBltEBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage In '. !^'','.:,\','"",'' ""' Jiftttlous nai i GENERAL FACTORS CO. (no, i... | at c/o-George J. Talianoff. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court' of Dade County, Horlda. SIDNEY GRUBER IIAI!llI,l> MAHLER GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, KSu fin Lincoln Road Miami Beach, l-lorhiu 8/16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MORRIS HOTEL al 161 N E 23rd Street Miami. Had.County, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dade < ounty, Honda. • SrANLKvli'-i'^W.V'' 1 ^'^ """•' %  Attorney for Ella uttie 2/9-16-38 3/2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IX COUNTY .11 -DISK'S rul'ItT, D\DE COUNTY, FLOR1DA.-NO. 22-::::' RE: ESTATE OF JULIUS ELK IN, l teceased, NOTICE is hereby given that i have riled my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate ..f Julius Elkin, deceased: and that on the 9th day of March, 1951, l will apply to the Honorable w. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator ..f the Estate of Julius Kikln. .1 >ased This 5th day of February, ll>.".l _. RAYMOND ELKIN DeCOSTAS, MAER A FLOYD, 007 Biscayne Bldg., Miami. Fia. Attorneys for Raymond Elkin, Administrator 2 9-16-23 :: I NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT cnriiT OP THE urn JUDICI \i. CIRCUIT IN AND F( IR DADE II MX TV, FLORIDA IX CHANCERY, No I SAMUEL HURWITZ, Plaintiff, vs. REBECCA IIIRWITZ. Defendant. To: REBECCA, HURWITZ. DEPENDANT 216 West T.'.th street New York. Xew York Y.v required to sci ve i i opj of your answer to no BUI of Complaint on thi tiff's attorneys, and file the original answer In the offli e "i t he Jlerk "i lit C irl on "i before March 12, 1951, in default of which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated: Februarj B, 1951, K B. LEATHERM VN, Clefk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOB, Deputy Clerk. NATHAN80N, OKA A SPAET, BSQS., Attorneys for Plaintiff, ::.'.. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, ll.i'ida. 2 9-16-23 PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3836 It) N. C. Snd ST. MIAMI 32. FLA. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS V,.T, .,. NAME LAW OTII I-. is HEREBY GIVEN that '" %  ." rsigned, desiring to ennmtn s %  ,-, ilA M Jnol Inc i al 1971 I,'.,,,i """ M"ral, Florida, In!'i ir v ;c' M r ^ ,i 1 "•"'"• "•"" the So ,, u r n t t,? P| t I?rida 3 ,r0Ul '' -' ^ -;•; %  ..:.:..: j. TA,^^. ***** vSSLttfr '•' lorlda LEGAL NOTICE No11 H IS HEREBY .SIVKN s T,',';' .,'" !"" "ctltlous Name In. "' ,l; "•'" undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the IlCtltlOUS name of ACE CARPENTRY & BUILDERS o- „ i (N "' Inc.) ••"" 8. \V. 16th Roa.l. Miami, Florida, Uitend to register said fictitious name '.',';' "','". % %  ':' "" %  Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida GEORGE TOST1 ALFRED TOSTI. OWNERS. IRVINC CYPEN •I:'" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, Attorney for Applicants, 2/-16-:M :: i iv J??J ,CE BY PUBLICATION IX Till-. CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FU)RIDA, IN AND FOR DADE r;i"vr, TV ~ IN (,IAX, |; !V N MARILYN BEWITCH, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY Alt.Md.D SKWITCH. I >efend %  nl SUIT 1MR DIVORCE rO BTANLEY ARNOLD SKWITCH 1 Tourmaline San Diego, California You are hen by notified that a Second Amended Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to Berve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Second Amended Kill of complaint "ii the plaintiffs Attorney, LESTER LASKV. of KAPLAN, DIETZ A LASKY, Esqs., 350 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offieo of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the E day of March, 1951. if you fall to do so, judgment by default will he taken Et| you for the relief demanded in tinBill of Complaint. This not shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2 day of February, A.D. 1951. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II. RICE. JR.. Deputy Cleric. KAPLAN. DIETZ & LASKY, Esqs. 350 Lincoln Road Miami Reach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff L' 9-16-23 3/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ciRCriT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No, 138413. MAX KATZENELL, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLOTTE KATZENELL, De fendant. TO: CHARLOTTE KATZENELL 995 Aldus Street Bronx, New York YOU are hereby ordered and rcquired to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a copy of which Is enclosed herewith, On Plaintiff's attorney, and flic the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, on or before the 5th day of March, 1951, otherwise the allegations of said Hill will he taken as confessed by you. DATED: February 2. 1951, E I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL .1. RAND Attorney for Plaintiff 1007 Olympla Building Miami :::'. Florida ;• -1 %  ; i!r: .". 2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IX cor NT Y .ill USE s Ci IURT, DADE Cl PUNTY, EL' IRIDA.No. 24234. RE: ESTATE OF NATHAN HORN, 1 leceased. Nl 'TH "E Is Iv. n that 1 have filed : final report and petition for Discharge as Administratrix of the • ta f NATll W Hi PRN, deceased; and that on the 9th day of March, 1951, w ill apply to the Honorable W F. BLANTI IN, Co u Judge of l '."1 County, %  %  irld i, for np f said final report and for fin \Ihiiliisli a 11 :\ of lie of NATHAN IH iRN, deci This .'!" day of January, 1951. LENA HINKES MILTON A PRIED.V VN 1023 .-'• ybold Bldg., Mian ; Fia. tdmlnlstrati ix i 9-16 !3 8/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BYRON APARTMENTS at number 77iL'-:;4i Byron Ave.. in the city of Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SARAH KARBAL DAVID P. CATSMAN Attorney for Applicant 1101 Lincoln Road lildg. 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JIDKIAL CIRCI'IT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY. No. 13)1:112. YETTA BADOWSKY, Plaintiff, v 8 JACOB BADOWSKY, Defendant You,. JACOB BADOWSKY, Residence unknown, are required to nerve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO. 27 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file th.. original In the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before March 1, III.', I, otherwise a Decree pro ('..life so will be entered against you. DATED January :!", 1951, E. H LEATHERMAN, clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II. RICE, JR., 2/2-9-1G-23 """" y ''"' k NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDOES COCRT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. 23,246, RE: ESTATE OP JESSIE WALTON ARRINOTON I %  • eased NOTICE is herebj given that I have filed nay final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of Jessie Walton Arrlngton, deceased: and that on the 5th day of March, 1951, I will apply to the Honorable YV. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of Jessie Walton Arrlngton, deceased This "1st day of January, 1951 WILLIAM A. ARRINOTON, Executor, Estate of Jessie Walton Arrlnmon. dec'.l. ELRY BTONE Attorney for Executor I'll" Congress Building, Miami, Fia. 2/2-9-1G-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Mel-Shell Apartments at 1046 N. W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUBEN MARGOLIS SYLVIA MARGOLIS MANUEL LUBEL Attorney for Applicants 71". Pan American Hank Bldg. 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IX CHANCERY, No. 188301. MARGARET BIDNEY PINKOSKY, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL PINKOSKY, Defendant. TO: CORPORAL MICHAEL PINKOSKY, AP 33411537, II.I.is and Hdqs. Bad. 2d Air DI A. P. O. 61, e/o Postmaster, New York. N.w York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are hereby reiiuir.d to serve a copy "f your answer to the complaint on plaintiff's attorney, LEONARD L KIMBALL, 412 Congress Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the circuit court on or before March 5, 1951, in default of which the complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 3"th day of January. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the I Court, i la.ie County, Fioi Ida, (Cln .:t Court S. By M. C, FEIGE, I Ii ;.in ^ Clerk. 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Cl IURT I IF THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN VND FOR HADE COUNTY, Fiji iRIDA IN ill VNI 'ERY, No. 133702. SHIRLEY I. VEOHTE, Plaintiff, vs. HENRY VEGHTE, JB Defi ndant. Tl i HENRY VEOHTE JR. 28 Prospi cl Ave., alovi' w\ Hie, N v YI >r .. %  %  i,.pin. .1 to -. • ve a copy ,.f your answer to the BUI of Complaint for Divon n the Plaintiff's I and P. file th Iglnal answer in the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the us day of %  otherwise, the Bill of i !omplalnt for l >B • roe heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by > 11 \ PED at Miami, Florida, on this 14 day of Feb. 1951. E. li. LEATHERM VN, ci. rk of i 'Ircult Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court H By WM. W. STOCK I NO, Deputy Clerk. MURRAY GOODMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney AM Olvinpla Building Miami, Florida. 2/16-28 3/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT C( IURT I >F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i IP I'l.i IRIDA, IN AN11 Ft iR I 'Al IE col xiv. — IN CHANCERY, No. I3S30S. ROSE ESSEN, Plaintiff, vs. HERBERT ESSEN Di f( ndant. TO: HERBERT ESSEN c o Tj pographlcal Union ohi h I 'ni. : II !i Strt .t New York. X. V. re hereby notified thai a Bill of %  plaini for l i*v<>rce has been filed .. • and >. %  n are h reby %  y < .f > our MARX M. FABER. 112 Congress Building. Miami, Florida, and file the ..i if the Cleric of t he -' ill Coui bef ire t he 5th da h, 1951. othei i s.a decree pro i infesso u ill be enti red against you. Dated al Miami. Florida, this 30th day of January, 1951. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. \v. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 2/2-0-111-23 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Kitty's Mai Let at 7313 N.W. "th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida, BETTY JEAN GIORDANO JOSEPH PARDO Attorney for Owner nu Reynold Bldg-. 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'RT IN AND FOP. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 25310. In Re: ESTATE OF LEAH FLORENCE NELKBN, Hecea ei|. To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said li 'ate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, max have against the • Male .,f LEAH I 'l.i >RENCE NELKEN deceased, late ..' Dad.County, Florida, to the Hon. w. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale ,,f i he first publication hereof. Said Claims or demands to contain the l.-nal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. s.e Section 120 of the 1933 Probato Act, Date January 21, A.D 1961, C< IRINNE BARTORIUS As Executrix of he Last Will and Testament of LEAH FLORENCE NELKEN, Deceased. DE COBTAS, MAER A FLOYD 606-8 Biscayne Building Miami 82, Fia. AH... n. > s for Executrix 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, di-siring to engage iii business under the fictitious name of Coral Gables Children's Shoes at 2::1S Ppnoe de L.on Blvd Coral cables, Fia., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Fioi SAM SCIIEINMAN AARON WEINSTEIN 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice is hereby given that tho partnership lately existing between Louis tierl.er, Morris Orlin and Irving Oordon, trading under the firm name of I. A Q Glass \Mirror Works was dissolved on the 2nd day ..r February, 1951, so far as relates to l wins Gerber. Tho partnership now consists of Morris orlin and Irving Gordon who will continue doing business as I. *.• F SAM I 'EL Hi ILP, DI %  To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said 1 'ate: Y -1. and e.i, h of you, are I li d -iv.il required to present any claims and demands which you, or may havi SAM t" i: i, \\. ILP, i. I.. I.of i lade i 'ounty, Florida, to the 11..n W. !•'. Blanton, Count) J and file the same in bis office In the I house In i 'ounty, i' uiii ndnr months from the di %  s or %  leu %  n the li of the %  'a imaitt and to n to and pn -. i Id, or snme ill be i.irr.d. Sei Section 120 of the I late January 26, A I' ESTHER WOLF As Exi :tri\ of the Last Will and Testament of SAMUEL WOLF, I %  is. .1 P \l.i.. >T, SILVER, TATHAM, ABDO A MULLOY Attorneys for Executrix 2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I >P THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE Col'XTY, FLORIDA — IN CHANCERY, No. i 18346. HARRY Al.PEBS. Plaintiff. VS. LILLIAN ALPER8, Defi tl You. LILLIAN ALPERSr I Ridge Street, New fork City, New York, are required to se,rve s copy of > Answr to the "Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiffs attorney, HABol.D SHAPIRl'. 927 Lincoln l: ad, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the orleinal In the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before March 2, otherwise Pro Confess.) will bo entered agninst you. DATED January 81. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. 2/2-9-16-23



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IV, FEBRUARY 33,1851 • Liturgical Music And Hazzanuth By CANTOR JACOB GOLDRING Miami Beach Jewish Center %  "JMsftflarftifcitt PAGE 3B iirinfi Jewish Music Month, f nv essavs have been written many lectures delivered on subject of Jewish music, setforth opinions pro and con. s article is written from the tor's point of view. ewish music is recognized tohv leading musicians throughthe world, and we can state h certainty that the father of development is our liturgy he Siddur and liturgical music, has been the Hazzan who, ugh the ages, has chanted and K-pretrd the beautiful prayers i ••Pivutim" (poems) to the rts ( ",f the congregants. A endarv fame was attached in en days to the names of the s ters of Hazzanuth who, %  }ough their creation of canial chants, inspired the Jew his bitter daily struggle with Since the 18th century the zan has become more or less artist, and the "travelling zan" became a part of Jewish lore, as in the delightful song e Hazzandel of Shabbos," erein the tailor, the smith and B.ial-agole" compete with h other in imitation of the zan, the great singer of the agoguf. s previously mentioned, our it:ful liturgy demands musiinterpretation. The existence a groat literature of liturgical well as Jewish folk sic and modern Israeli music g by Jews and composed by dreds of outstanding Jewish Bicians throughout the world ves that there is no need for her discussion as to whether not there is such a thing as wish music." This fact is al|dy recognized by leading unisitier. throughout the world. matte! of fact. Franz Schuhl Bernard Pollack, whom I among other artists, in the pentration camp Theresient, had received their docte degrees in music from ch and German Universities their compositions of Jewish ic. shall never forget the talented icians. composers and artists bm I met herded together in concentration camp Thereistadt. Many of them had been ipletely assimilated German, ch and Dutch Jews, totally Fancy Catering beddings. Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 U-M Will Present Heifetz March 4, 5 ignorant of Judaism. After these artists had attended a series of lectures given at the camp on Jewish subjects by outstanding Jewish scholars, particularly on the epoch of the Hassidic movement, a new world was opened to them, and through these lectures, and throughlistening to our old liturgical melodies and cantillations, they were influenced to create entirely new and different Jewish works of art. In 1935 a great film was produced in Prague entitled "The Golem," based on the legend of the golem created by the famous Rabbi Lev. Special music taken from old Jewish motifs accompanied the dramatic scenes, depicting the Jews praying in the prison, and their subsequent liberation. By his own statement, the famous French actor and star of the film, Harry Bauer, was moved by this music to attain great artistic heights, and his views were shared by all of the other artists participating in the picture. This music also aided greatly in making the film a success. In 1940, when the Nazi Goebbels ordered the production of the film "Jud Suss," his director, Veidt Harlan, rounded up about 60 cantors. They were forced to provide music for a scene in which Jewish religious services were to be ridiculed. The cantors complied with these orders and sang as directed. But the result, far from being ridiculous, was so beautiful and so moving that the Nazis did not dare to release the scene, and this music was cut from the film. It is this "nigun," coming from the deep recesses of the soul of the Jew which thrills every listener to this very day, whether he be a congregant or a concertgoer. And it is the Hazzan or Cantor who expresses in this "nigun" the joy and sorrow and aspiration of the Jew from his birth, through is Bar Mitzvah, his wedding, and his death. It is regrettable that certain elements of our Jewish-American life have seen fit to cheapen our traditional and sacred music by performing it vulgarly in such places as night clubs and vaudeville stages. Being in love with everything that is beautiful in Jewish life, it is the responsibility of the modern American cantor to guard the heritage of our sacred liturgical music, and it is his mission to serve his profession devotedly by being a true "sh'liach-Tzibbur"— his people's representative before God. The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra will present its sixth ir the series of nine pairs of subscription concerts, with Heifetz, world famous violinist, as guest soloist on Sunday evening, March 4, at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium, and Monday evening, March 5, at the Miami Senior High School. The violinist, celebrated in this country for over thirty years, an American citizen since 1925, was born in Vilna, then part of Czarist Russia, on February 2, 1901. His father, Ruvin Heifetz, was a professional violinist and his first teacher. At seven, the boy, a dazzling blue-eyed, blond-haired musical phenomenon, made his first public appearance in Kovno, playing the Mendelssohn Concerto. At nine, he was accepted as a pupil by Leopold Auer at the Imperial Conservatory in St. Petersburg. There he also learned to play the piano, harp, viola and almost every instrument of the orchestra. Prof. Auer, a pedagogue whose judgment was infallible, predicted that the boy would become the greatest violinist of his era. At twelve, Heifetz made his appearance with the Berlin Philharmonic; soon after he played at the Leipzig Gewandhaus under Nikisch and in Vienna under Safonoff. When World War I broke out, he was touring the Scandinavian countries. Later, be returned to Russia, playing concerts all during the hard, long winter of 1916-17. Machine guns were spattering the Petrograd streets with dead and Kerensky was at the head of the new government when, on June 27, 1927, the Heifetz family left Russia for the New World. October 27, 1917, was the date of Heifetz' American debut at Carnegie Hall. His triumph that day made violin history and mu-i sic history. It began the perma-' nent conquest of the country which was to become his home. Since then, he has toured the world four times and has played in almost every country on the face of the globe. Luncheon Card Party A luncheon and card party is planned by the Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center for Wednesday, February 28, at 1 p.m. at the center. Co-chairmen of the monthly party are Mrs. Sam Goodman and Mrs. William Pallot. Serving with them are the Mesdames Nat Straus, Max Messer, Theodore Wayne, Al Rich, Morris Marmorstein, Ben Trupkin, Milton Wasman and Sol Halpert. Reservations must be made in advance by calling 87-7493 or 48-4081. Mrs. Fink Will Review Book Menorah Chapter of Hadassah will hold its first Oneg Shabbat on Saturday, February 24, at the home of Mrs. Irving Stenerman, 1820 S.W. 24th Terr. 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i i PAGE 12 B *JewlstncrJMain_ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Israel's Stand On Korea At U.N. Bv DAVID NUSSBAUM LAKE SUCCESS — No issue since the start of the United Nations has been more crucial for every member nor such a touchstone of policy as the issue of Korea and the integrated problem of dealing with Red China. In these momentous and possibly fateful deliberations. Israel has been an active participant. At various stages in the unfolding of the drama, indeed, the full glare of the spoltlight has been focused on the youthful delegation headed by Ambassador Abba Eban. The gradual development of Mie Israel position in the UP East debate reveals muc haps more than has been revealed in any other diplomatic struggle, of the Jewish state's international policy, outlook and situation in relation to its Asian neighbors, to the United States and to the Soviet world. The months-long debate took place in the historic context of a fissure in the powerful crust of Western unity, the gradual widening and deepening Of the gulf, then a patching up of the ruptured surface and finally the crystallization of owed most to the Israel delegation, and which the political committee had adopted with manifestly reluctant American acquiescence. Although the Arabs found it difficult to accept and staged a minor backbiting maneuver. Israel was also loosely joined with the Asian-Arab group in this general development. Still later. Israel teamed up with Britain and Canada to press the first sign of compromise with the American-led group (Latin Americans. Greece. Turkey and the Philippines). This consisted ol mjClPar accepting the condemnation proneh ner-'P sal but !" i? ci m Z tne ldea "j '•._"?-.! sanctions in favor of continued negotiating and urging—in the strongest terms—the seating of Red China in the U.N. (Eban called China's exclusion "an error of historic dimensions") This bright new team lasted exactly a week-end. however. In two days' time the middle camp. bv now clearly led by Britain. Canada and Israel, had picked up its tents and silently stolen away. The United States had suddenly softened its resolution a bit and Israel was back in the United States line-up. So were its moderate colleagues. Steadfast on the other side of the high, perhaps unbridgeable fence was the buIK of its neighbors in Asia. The long, tense diplomatic campaign iias thus revealed these bedrock facts about Israel foreign policv and its relative position in the international line-up. Nonid e n tfficatiojlisjjasicallyai^ tion for maneuver, a policy from which to carry on whatever mediation efforts are required by any difficult situation. It is not a fixed position, in other words, a principle At a moment of crisis or showdown. Israel can ordinarily be expected to stand with the United States. Neither she nor her Western colleagues will countenance any form of clear-cut break with America. At the same time, 8 policy break, if only tempos and it appears not to bethe rest of Asia lias been Non-identification ln a morel found and long-range sense Israel takes it has been add in that region, and it i s not through Israel ;md her frij that a true third camp has] born. ana Asia not havp {hQ offcc( of b ,. oadenin3 From the first rumblings of this Uu g of Gen McA ,thur's diupheaval. Israels traditional ,. W ., IV( S with this, the moderate. policy of non-identification was put to its severest test. But on or conciliation front collapsed. Israel. Britain and Canada—and In the showdown vote. then. iA>t the basis of that doctrine, it began wjlh th( ni al i of Western Europe making its way along a middle but Sweden—let it be known late road. It became one of the leaders | Mon(lav januarv 29. that they of ;. move to delay harsh action wou id back the U.S. proposal to against Communist China in favor ,j 1( ni ] t and abstain or oppose on of seeking to the utmost a negothe Asian-Arab effort for further tiated settlement in the Orient.. negotiations pegged to a ceasebut one whose foundation would fj re be a full cessation of hostilities in the Korean peninsula. At this stage, Israel found itself in a camp that included both j the nations of Asia and the leadj nil! members of the British Commonwealth. In concert this new. i highly amorphous "bloc" moved steadily forward with various steps aimed at conciliation and compromise with the Mao regime. it held off for two months an impatient American urge to tag Peking as an aggressor and amplify the collective me against her. Israel kept in the %  >nt of this movement, providing the creative spark behind i. formal peace proposals the I camp put forward. 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1 IJJ • PAGE 10 A +Ja*i$t fkridiiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 333 .< %  %  ^^.v C22Z apitoi Spotlight Drive Opens To Enrol! Community In Health Plan I The Istanbul meeting was considered so in George |^||^ m >l('|IIOrial C McG 1 -:ant Secretary oi g^_^. _j p v ; Services Slate* flew ft be on l-nr \Yflii'*clav hand. Anothc: was %  %  rt j 5 eph Pali %  tary of "" S E London. T iplomat %  tson. Brii -Jn-C \7 %  %  -.. Soviet i %  Thi A I. ith : comith the civic in mind," ffords protccunforseen doctor, and IOW the p'...n I extended to give the individual protection -,f income We all n time of sickness misfortune of an the breadwinncome stops: but r bills for n it st >p : c immunity get this vith benefit ten f i %  %  I ti %  %  I %  Health 1 %  %  %  t It i the diHi : Waitzman some heart % % %  trouble or t ul sis. Now Heall Plan Mr. E '•' %  > 'sets 1 ting iod I I %  -' %  e gor:es oi %  1 I tary of thi Beach ,-,. j j .\ In ad liatel t the < > ;;. %  n ed in ectors ol thi the d >wn1 .n 198 t r toG n Rol I n -• .'. B'l : i1 s %  E Id of M Gables Zionists To Meet %  Music Ta*hrs to r e< i r< s< ni i nm ri led b p abbi l Knev iaShoulsoi n Paa di%  ;.. •. • || V( t j n : • f the Zi n it D -vet of • v Doi Scott M .; U.S. woul ZZ^Z^L Club on Soviet to '.' at 8 p.m. Israi The artist the 3 • Campaign Camera Highlights Judge Samuel Liebowitx. right, of King's County CouflJ >oklyn, N. Y.. was guest of honor and principal speaker at it,I cial gifts dinner of the Irades unit last Thursday night at ih ( l .-.; R s ^h athlptic Club. Sitting beside the famous New Y..J Brooklyt special gin Miami Beach Athletic Club. Sitting beside the famous New Yorkl jurist are Samuel Friedland. campaign chairman, and Circuitl Judge Joe Morris. *J\ ^*r This foursome at the special gifts dinner of tha Con Jewish Appeal recently held al the Westview Country includes Samuel Friedland. chairman of the campaign: JackJ. co chairman of the winter residents unit; Quer.tin Reynolds, not newspaper man and principal speaker at the affair; Herbert T l special gifts chairman. Cantor Show Slated For Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1 Eddie Cantor's one man sh bows into the Miami Beach Auditorium February 27. 28 March 1 under the auspices of American Lesion Post 85. Presenting a cavalcadi of 41 years in show business, the Canr show will be a i tion i if ane< d< ites, pei a n il experiences and songs with whi< tamei MI. inextricably invoh Spea how is Post 85 Commander James H. Ruby and Larry Hoffman, past commander of post!!5 and present 10th district commander. Pioceeds from the event will go into the fund for hospitalized veterans throughout the area. Tickets are on sale at the Miami Beach auditorium box ofi thi I' -'.(in Homo. Burdine's and Gift Isle. Miracle Mile. Coral Gables. STARTS SATURDAY Nites 8:30 — Sun. Mat. 13\ ALL NEWf*^ Rl S. SIK 1 .V \ Tickets Taylor Sport Shop 40 S.E. Cy Clydes 1661 Collins. Mi and COUSPUM 1500 Douglas Rd.. Coral GaB idei m will include a UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI presents U H ill play Scarlatti %  that -:n11 go to thi for ] and MIAMI CONVALESCENT 24 H A .' ( A 35 S. W. Persona] Men LEO \IJJ;.\ HOME The Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus BEN YOMEN MARGARET BEN YONP Conductor Pianist Presents A Sunday Variety Concert February 25. 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach High School Nth & Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach Sol & Helen Fishei Folk Dancrt Dramatic Skit Morris Dickholtz & G Corner; Trio Frederick Neumann Joan Radley. Cellist, Florence Kutzen. Pi Special Engagement IN PERSON JOSE ITURBI World Famous Pianist and Film Star PIANO RE*" A L TUES ..tNlNC MARCH 6. 6:30 "U tUDiTlP.uM i |1. s \ v I i. .11 rtrkrl Oil WALLPAPER iMvyvst Selvrlion oi nonivsiii' Wa!lf3Sj}>4>r in ihv South More Than 600 Patterns in Stork! WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS, Lilycm Cortez Showroom. Decorative Arts Studio 3933 BISCAYNF BLVD. — Ph. 9-6122 —



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ppmAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1951 g fmMh fhorSdlnriin PAGE 3 A 77/ Sa.y... p, iple arc puzzled and annoyed. They~ask why -.., g ,1 ii Hospital is out for funds in the midst of the %  iniuil Federation campaign. Unsophisticated people ', lVl ," : direct approach. They like to go back to first principles and inquire: Wasn't it the original %  i n forming the Federation to combine all n g drives into one over all campaign? If Mt. Sinai Hospital Versus The Federation By HARRY SIMONHOFF n ,1 follows quite logically that receiving its a participating allotment cannot go oul ntly for additional funds. This would be case of eating the cake and having it too. lar Activ p] %  th irefore pose this quest i n: Since U .1 to Mt. Sinai Hospital for LI it is going out for an additii mething defiant about a p tii • %  iv n I % % % %  in the midsl of i Fi di And ii it is not an acl ol rebellion, must assume that Fed-ration gave its ns. Every om know r c tion ci k< d down upon gri ups • raise substantial sums. So if pr> u vent the Hebrew Academy, a 11011Lnstitution, from holding a fund then why is it koslicr for the Hospital to : larger sum and at the same time receive. ition from the Federation? Campaign. S inging into action year after year by the Jewish nity for the collection of large funds is a phenomenon not sufficiently appreciated. There is ng like it in any other religious or ethnic ... It may seem quite normal today. But a time will come when these annual drives will appear as odd as the collections in the old Ghettos of ransom money for the redemption of prisoners made captive by pirates and robber barons. Jewish philanthropy is old and time honored. Significantly the Hebrew word for charity is ZedoJcah, which means righteousness. During the First World War. when millions of Jews in Middle and Eastern Europe were exposed to the ravages of war and hair, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee emerged as the central agency, the Red I that united and absorbed the numerous relief groups that sprung up, each collecting and distribindependently. At the same time the new colonies in Palestine and land purchasing by the J.N.F. gave impetus to the raising of funds for constructive, permam nt institutions, designed to cure the ills and of Jewish homele QI For Refug Fortunately, the J.D.C. and Zionist agencies v. in i en the Hitler pi !1 like a thundi n J< wry. Th i ani%  instrumental in saving at least a milli i %  • '.'.' : ; w r II i ilati I En i m ; i n %  It obvious pt to such morons as the Coui I I a Jew i: i stal '. indispeni able. Fi r h rael. The greatest factor out ci i ation of Medinath I Je wry. And that was possible largely through the collect] m of iiuge sums in the annual c ns. But the mere act of founding the Israel state is not the solution of a 2000 year problem. The infant state needs aid VI ry bad!','. At ll ast an additional million Jews must be rescued from behind the Iron Curtain and Mos! lands, a stupendous job is still ahead of us. The phenomenon of the annual drive may be explained by American Jews rising to the historic role forced upon them by destiny. History will record the magnificent chapter written daily by the donors of greater and smaller sums, each according to his capacity. But the fantastic contributions were not inspired by local needs, important though they be. It is ironic that the exposed peril of the D.P.'s and the powerful pull of Israel has benefited local institutions to an extent hitherto undreamed of, even in the lush field of Jewish philanthropy. Unworthy Compromise. It is therefore distressing to see Federal), n leaden compromise high principle to the ex] and the temporary. Assisting the ingathering e exiles and rebuilding Israel is the enviabl filege of our generation. It is fulfilling the pri ii ol Isaiah. Jeremiah, and Ezekiel. Jews li 1 rough blood and mountains of cor] foi this day. To compare a h spital with the : i mm• destiny is to the gnat for the i ami I. (living thi I1 drivi S IS a sure way campaigns th fort to the desperati Hosj Moo rids any reflection up purI f the trusti le a i on Mt. Sinai 1 rying to maintain an up-t date tioi and balai t can • i. m i • ns? Jewish Burdi Vet is it fair or practicable to load the Ji health? The American Jew is already cai • ng a sufficient load. As a citizen and tax payi r, all the duties and fell iericans. As a Jew. he has the additional burden of cai rying his ancient tradition of religion, educat n, anil social betterment. At this crucial momi hi is charged with the rescue of trapped brethren undi r threatening Russian and Arabian skies. Above all, he cannot let Israel down. It is too much to require our community to proVide hospitalization for indigent Gentiles or Jews. Public health, like education, should be the conci rn of government. Mt. Sinai Hospital might render a real service by applying to the Miami Beach City Council for a workable arrangement that would solve 5ts burdensome problems. %  Rabbi Mescheloff Is Given Trip To Israel (frOWHI TO Sp£dk At Beth Sholom Cecil Brown, noted radio comm< ntator and analyst, will speak under the auspices of the Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom on Monday. February 26, at 8:30 p. m. at the Temple, accord to an announcement by the men's club president, Frank Kamen. :i will analyze the cur: i nt in his talk enE re in Asia." He lias traveled extensivi ly tfin Euro]i', Asia and Israel and is winner of the G F sSS Club. Delta Chi and Nat mal llinei club awi rds fi r standing i adi i commi ntai He has als > rec international gnition for "his consistent straight-from-the-shoulder wartimi n p irting." Benjamin B. Goldstein, chairman of the men's club lecture sej, announces that the B: lecture is open to the public and is not restricted to members of the club. Tickets are available at the temple office. The Low Cost Of Having! | Pure Refreshing TRIPURtj Will Be More Thpit Offset The Lost Motion And Man-Hour For Which You're Now Paying I Tally Brown To Direct Center Drama Workshop Tally Brown has been appointed director of the Miami Jewish Community Center drama workshop, according t<> an announcement by Ben Essen, prescient. The group wiil meet each Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the center. —Ardmore studio Judge Bernard Frank makes the presentation to the rabbi. A trip to Israel during the cornin summer was the gift presented to Rabbi Moses Mescheloff when members of Beth Jacob Congregation athered to pay tribute to bbi at a testimonial dinner Fi HI, ay 11. Judge Bernard A. Frank, dinner chaiman, made presentation. The affair :ed thirteen years of leadership in the congregation and in the community. Alfn I Lesser served as toast' of the program, which was i by the presentation. Rabbi F.l iezer Silver, president of Halkiii To Speak On Israel Monday • it J. Balkin. director of %  FI il ida Regional Office of \ nti-Defamation League of B'I ith. will be guest lecturer to the class in "Civilization of 1 I" in Israel" at the Uni\. Miami on Monday, February 26, at 8:30 p.m. Balkin will trace the history of the democratic movement of enth century Europi early America as the background of the development of the modern Jewish state. The iilm, "Don't Be a Sucker," Will be demonstrated as a phase Ol the lecture. Dr. Berthold C. Friedl, of the University of Miami faculty is instructor of the course. the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of ] the United States and Canada/ and Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld. father-in-law of the guest ol honor, were the principal speak! ers. Greetings were also heard from Dr. Jacob H. 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DAY FFRBUARY 23, 1951 } rth Beach Group Meet Feb. 28 ..,..,,•, r pi. n" members %  ',)„. „, w North Bay An i ;iun has been I Wednesday, February f~i 2-30 p.m. by E. Albert [, nt of the group. .; will analyze a • fic flow" map drawn this [jrbv Engineer Charles Silver, f ,t of the organizav jhe meeting will be held |he Lincoln Road offices of bin. Lrtered last week to battle Unecks and traffic congestion, |. H <.(. tion is supported by a I leading Miami Beach I,n>. In addition to Pallot and fr, 'the iard of directors in('Samuel Friedland, Leonard | Jack Ablin Max Litz Mrs. W. D. McCreary, T Davi P. RMallory, S. C. J ick S. Mintzer, Dr. hard H. Jacobson. A. J. Joni, A I Appleton and C. K. Ikenbush. THE ADVENTURES OF 9*. tf-nitih floffdHnr) PAGE 15 His (ilasser To Doctor Mrs. Louis Glasser, Aw., Miami Beach, lunce the marriage of their I Miss Phyllis Lee \ Leonard I. Hodges, ,1 M and Mrs. Harry [ tte, Ala., which took 1 18 in the home of i Irv tig Lehrman, Miami It. •win sisters Mona Sonny Stephanie Mr. and |G tten led the couple, Glassi r's parents. Morris Siegel, and i. Mrs. Esther tt( n %  : %  (l the Uni1 .tul the Unity nf She was an : Miami Beach %  as gr iduated ol ;ind as of n sident in I n Mem was mtative for i •• after activ is cl %  ft unit of I wish ApI ol the metrot Dade Couni est. |i< a^naiis Hill jar lto.M k nb k rg "• Rosenberg nberg, author, lect, Will address Club of Greater MiFebruary 25, at Miami Beach Ath20 Indian Creek %  • announced by Hv • li tit. *;"'" %  % % %  *ho is former delef, '"i Detroit B'nai B'rith e Lodge in Washc. and secretary of Jewj|h Community known^s the "Ameri—AN ISRAELI ARN\y COLUMN ) IS COMING 7-7 —r THROUGH M HURRY, YOU THE CANYON |) FOOLS WE -If 7 C AN'T STAY U f HERE/ TIE TH ItVaidi Zionists To Hoar llalkin Gilbert J. Balkin. director of the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. will be principal speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club Wednesday, February 28, at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor, according to Harold Shapiro, chairman and toastmaster. Balkin. who has been a ated with the ADL for the past five years, will speak on "Israel and the American Jewish Community." Prior to joining the Anti-Defamation League, he si rved for five years as a regional irvisor of the U.S. Department of Labor in New Orleans, La., and Birmingham, Ala. Included am mg his duties w< re devising corrective pro-rams in cases of racial and religious discriminaA native of St. Louis. Mo.. Balkin is an honor graduate of Washington University. with post-graduate study in sociology and public administration at Washington University and the University of Cincinnati. Latest Israeli news will be reported by Charles H. Lee. Jacob j C. Fishman will lead community singing. Assisting Shapiro with arrangements are Daniel M. Broad. Paul Eisman, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Sam Prosterman and Irving Schatzman. Despite Gestapo threats, Liberman (W. Godik) refuses to betray an Aryan neighbor. The scene is from the prize-winning film, "Borden Street." which will open at the Plaza Theatre on Friday, February 23. The film, which deals with the Warsaw ghetto uprising, has a foreword by Quentin Reynolds. It won one of the highest awards at the Venice International Film Festival of 1948. "Border Street" was produced in 1948 at Lodz, Poland, and at the Barrandov Studios near Prague. Directed by Alexander Ford, the picture has an original score by Roman Palester. Variety Hospital Will Emma Lazarus Unit Benefit From Horse Show To §ee Cancer Film JERRY & MACK RADIATORS Cleaned It epai rI <& Exchanged (New or Used) ALL CORES MFG. & GUARANTEED IN MIAMI By JERRY & MACK 2034 N. W. 2nd Ave. PH. 9-2603-4 Auxiliary Members Will See Playlet Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will meet on Tuesday. February 27. at 1 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, according to an announcement by Mrs. Benjamin Appel, president. By special request an original musical skit based on the group's fund-raising summer project will be presented. Written and directed by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, the playlet will feature Mrs. Sol Silverman as narrator and include .the Mesdames Frank Berger. Irving Frankel, Max Greenberg, Ray Hammerman. Jack Udell. Harry Koretzky and Mollie Schuman. Miss Clara Goldcnberg will accompany at the piano. Mrs. Samuel Ritter of the membership committee will present gold pins to new life members. Flagler-Granada Center Inaugurate Late {Services Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center will inaugurate its first late Friday night service at 8:15 p.m. on February 23 with Rabbi Solomon Schulson of Milwaukee, Wis., as guest speaker. His topic will be 'Synagogue Paces a .New World." Prizes and trophies worth S3.500 will be awarded to winners of the 1 first annual Florida Championship Horse Show, according to John A. Campbell, president of the Florida Horse Shows Association which is sponsoring the show for the benefit of Variety Children's Hospital at Sunset Acres, South Miami, on March 16, 17 and 18. Horsemen (and women) in the Greater Miami area, who wish to enter the show, have until February 28 to fill out application blanks, according to showsecretary, Charlotte Norris, 809 Pinecrest Dr., Miami Springs. Dr. Rudolph E. Drosd will present a film on cancer at the regular meeting of the Emma Lazarus Chapter, Business and Professional Women. B'nai B'rith. at the Netherlands Hotel Coffee Shop, 1339 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, on Tuesday. February 27. at 8 p.m.. it has been announced by Mrs. Robert Baron, president. The film has been made available by the Dade County Medical Association. Edyth Fleischer, program chairman, is in charge of arrangements. HAVANA VIA PLANE VIA SS. FLORIDA TOURS AT LOWEST RATES Apgar Travel Agency 100 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 82-6476 Mizrachi Unit To irsni Play A three-act play. "Tzurik A Haim." featuring songs, dances and comedv will be presented by the Mizrachi Chapter of Kneseth Israel Congregation on Sunday. March 11, at 8 p.m. at Miami Beach High School, according to I Joel Wortman, president. The cast includes Morris Conjrail. Lillian Sc/cehtor, Sheila Gardner, Morris Gardner. Jack Hollywood and Abe Yudkoff. All proceeds will go to build houses In Israel. Tickets may be obtained from all Mizrachi members and at Lazarus' Hebrew Book Store. 15th St. and ington Ave rewiah >wn !" f m AleicherrT and the Mark Twain" His best '".book is "Tales "but pi." of Simonhoff Speaks Harry Simonhoff. prominent at torney and Jewish Florid win columnist, spoke at a meetiiTg of the Masada-Miami Beach Young Zionist District on Thursday, February 22, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. His topic was "European Jewry — 1951." Marks Tenth Anniversary Royal Beauty Supply Company. 119 N.E. 6th St., Is celebrating its Unth anniversary of service to beauty salons and barber shops in Southeast Florida. according to Albert J. Hirsch, president. The firm has a branch office in West Palm Beach at 437 Datura. SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. 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