The Jewish Floridian

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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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Subjects / Keywords:
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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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
NUMBER 9
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
SOLICITATION ON SUNDAY LAUNCHES
Y-WIDE "WE THE PEOPLE" CAMPAIGN
*
ft fc &
ft iT ft
ropolitan Canvass To Start
With Kick-Off Breakfast
51 Combined Jewish Appeal will get underway with
ise canvass of more than 10,003 prosp;cts at a
1 : tst on Sunday, March 4, at 10 a.m. at the Fleet-
>>, 800 West Ave., Miami Beach.
metropolitan unit, under the chairmanship of Fred K.
, an enrollment ~'
\ the time of the dent of the Chicago Rabbinical
Association. He is currently vice
,v as area president of the National Ass icia-
munity-wide ;lon "f Jewish Chaplains, chair-
.. Roth Miami man of the Bronx Committee of
pelowitz, Miami; th(' u,b:in Lea8U0 of Now York-
Coral Gables; Al i and a member of the Bronx board
i Clein. Flagler-1 of the National Conference of
IWilliam Kneapler, Christians and Jews.
iJ^mSA H heW the rank of Ue"tenant
el Monticello Park. commander in the navy during
\ which formally World War II and served in Eng-
1 151 campaign, fol- j land and the South Pacific on the
: staff of Adm. Thomas Kincaid.
Author of "Problems of Jewry
in the Contemporary World" and
"Europe's Conscience in the
. Decline," the rabbi has only re-
lale Temple, cently returned from an exten-
Y 1 i mer spiritual sjve tour of Israel His wife> Abis
^o^^one Shulman. was last year chairman
r speakers, of the speakers division of the
..riuate of He- United Jewish Appeal,
in Cincinnati,: Sharing the speaker's platform
ern University wUh the rabbi will be.luminaries
3 of intensive
i tivity which has
iwards a goal
70.
I
I is
address the
Charles E.
N
rabbi served as presi-
Dur'ng^"TyS \ the theatrical world as well,
influential Chicago as civic and industrial leaders.
Immediately following the I
breakfast, the army of workers
will begin ringing doorbells
throughout the area. Shochet has
termed this phase of the drive
1 the "We the People" campaign.
j in which each member of the
Jewish community is asked to
give of his time in enrolling every |
Jewish person in the area as a |
contributor. '
The Greater Miami Rabbinical,
; Association has issued a pro-
J clamation calling upon the citi-
I zens of the community to bend
every effort to insure the success
1 of the drive, and local rabbis will.
; devote their sermons to the cam- i
paign on March 2 and 3. i
The Combined Jewish Appeal,
which is conducted under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, allocates funds .
to 50 local, national and overseas
agencies. ,. ,1
Miami's campaign is the lust ,
in the country and is used to set
the pace for the nation.
This city was the first m the
nation to establish a formula for
allocations to the United Jewish
] Appeal, major beneficiary ol trie
CJA. Under the terms ol this
I formula, the UJA will receive
J. 57.8 percent of the first mil-
dollars distributed, aftei
re-
ex-
Shochef Calls For
More Volunteers
An urgent plea for can.;
voluntei : Eoi the 1951 Combined
Jewish Appeal was issued by
Fred Shochet, chairman of the
tropolitan unit of the chive.
Shochet. in a letter to the p
dents of every Jewish organiza-
tion in the city, asked them to
provide workers for the campaign.
He pointed out that in order to
raise the huge sum of money
which the local community is
being called upon to give, it will
be necessary to enroll no less
than 1200 volunteers.
Approximately 800 workers
have already enrolled in the met-
ropolitan unit, according to
Shochet. He pointed out that this
year's campaign is a crucial one.
! "Locally," he said, "we are con-
fronted with the necessary of
' raising more than $133,000 toward
i the anticipated operating deficit
i of Mount Sinai Hospital.
"In addition to our local as-
sociations, we must raise money
for a number of national and
overseas agencies. We cannot hope
to achieve success unles we se-
cure cooperation from the com-
munity in furnishing us the man-
power that is needed."
Serving with Shochet are the
following: Miami Beach area;
Burnett Roth chairman; Ted Nel-
son, Jerome Lelchuk, Seymour
Liebman, Jack Abbott, Judge
Bernard Frank, Richard Fink,
Norman Greene, Henry Seithn,
Joseph Pollack, majors; and Mrs.
Sheldon Blank, Mrs. Ada Joseph.
Mrs. Murray Goodman, Miss
Frances Landau. Mrs. Lila Shmitt.
Mrs. Harry Koretzky, Howard
Hadley, Bernard Mezritch, Ed-
ward Resnick, Steve Speir, Mrs.
Moses Krieger. Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff and Mrs. Lena Mintzes.
captains.
Miami area: M. J. Kopelowitz.
chairman; Mrs. Alvin Casse .
Maurice Grossman, Irving Saal.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Max Men-
continued on Page 4 A)
Campaigner M.
Iwiti, who has served in lion u.......
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign costs, collection
the annual fund-raising serves, Federation year-round
was inaugurated thirteen penses and dues are aeaucsea.
ago. will head the Miami Local, national and oversea
door-to-door solicitation agencies (other than UJA) W"
receive 42.2 percent of the first
million dollars distributed. The
next $87,500 will go to the local,
national and overseas agencies
(other than L'JA).
^n ouaget commmee. n., The balance wi 111 be divided n
financial chairman for the I the same ratio at tt,first mUUon
Home for the Aged and dollars distributeda7.8_pcrc
of the 1951 campaign.
Owitz, who was named
hiunity Builder" last year
Greater Miami Jewish
M'on. is a member of the
tion budget committee. He
liami Jewish Community
A leader in Beth David's
to complete its building.
Ipwiti directed two city-wide
population surveys.
dollars uis"i"" ----- ,,
to UJA and 42.2 percent to all
other agencies. .
Reservations may be made by
calling Federation office at
58-4331.
Miami Beach Councilman Bur-
nett Roth is serving his second
consecutive year as chairman of
the Miami Beach area of the
metropolitan unit
Seven Statos
Have FKPC
NEW YORK. Feb. 26 (JTA)
Only seven states in this country
laws outlawing racial dis-
crimination in employment, a na-
; survey undertaken by the
Associated Press established. Tl
r< -nits of lh" survey, made pub-
lic tc day, also show that three
states have set up fair pra< -
commissions c n edui a-
i] basis, while bills to set up
such c m are pending in
13 st ites.
Twenty-six other states have
no Fair Employment Practices
Commission. They include all the
S uthern states where such 1.
are opposed on grounds that they
w iuld upset the South's tradi-
tional segregation of races. South-
ern Democrats have blocked pro-
p i in C mgress for a Federal
F.E.P.C., but the issue is still a
live one in Washington.
Bills have been introduced in ,
both houses to set up an F.E.P.C.
with enforcement authority, but
committees have yet to begin
hearings. If Congress refuses to
Fred K. Shochet. editor and act. President Truman may fol-
publisher of The Jewish Floridian. low President Roosevelt's course
heads the metropolitan unit of the and create a commission by exec-
campaign. ___________^^__utive order._____________________
Ben Gurion Presents Plan To Knesset
After Negotiation Attempts Fail
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Following the failure of Premier David
Ben Gurion this weekend to conclude negotiations which would
form either a stable coalition aovernment with the Mapai and
Religious Bloc, minus Interior Minister Moshe Shapira, or which
would permit a temporary Mapai caretaker government until
general elections can be held, it
was reported Monday that Mr. conferenCe at Ramat Gnn Sunday
Ben Gurion presented a brand njght the Maccabi movement de-
new plan for Parliament's ap- cjded to affiiiate with the General
proval. Zionist Party. A committee was
The proposal, it was learned. ; appointed by the parley to ar-
will call for the present coalition ,ange the details of a final merger
Cabinet to serve as a caretaker agreement.
government until the elections, Meanwhile, the Cabinet, at its
with one important condition regular weekly session, heard rc-
none of the parties in the govern- ports from Premier Ben Gurion
ment need assume collective re- ,,n his visit to President Weiz-
sponsibility for all government mann Wednesday. ________^^
decisions. Thus, each policy would
stand or fall on its ability to se-
cure a majority in Parliament,
with the strong possibility that
coalition members might be vot-
ing against government policy
Also, votes of "no confidence'
would not affect the day-to-day
work of the Cabinet since it is
already operating without ma-
jority support.
Since such a proposal does not
run counter to whatever Israel
Constitutional law exists, it i;
expected that if the proposa'
meets with Knesset approval
President Weizmann will no
press for a Cabinet change durint
the transition period.
Addressing a Progressive Part;
meeting Saturday night, Ministe.
of Justice Pinhas Rosen charged
that "knowingly or unknowingly,
the Mapai Party is playing "thr
game of the General Zionists.'
He described that "game" as ".
ili sire to form a coalition with
the Mapai after the elections."
Turning to an analysis of the role
of the left-wing Socialist Maparr
Party, Dr. Rosen insisted that i'
could not participate in any coali-
tion government because of it
demand for Israeli neutrality in
the international conflict. Neu-
trality, he added, is possible only '
for such countries as Switzerland
which are not members of the
United Nations.
Concluding a two-day national
i.lilton Sirlcin. YMHA leader.
is directing the army of workers
conducting the house-to-house
canvass in the Coral Gables area.


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FRIDAY, MARCH o
19S1
Red Cross Launches City Named For Truman to Receive Praise
Drive For 3278,960 At JNF Jubilee Celebration March 11
f.
Dr. Israel Goldstein
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Fund (
[presented T T
I the M i H ;h s .. I Juni >r (C Ell said
Red C be
i': im John J. the w ir for Jei
>f the the n^^, Easten
ieal en- Central E ing ]
!.:.,.:. by P:., neers ling I '.
Igy, Roumanian opera star, the other den in all a
; Symphony Or- sturdy, hard-u
c estra, thi .".I:. mi Jackson Mixed
Chor, iity of Mi-11 tness of 1
I u Ch iii and to
Ad-.- campaign thi States of America and (
already I ital 660.000. according to|the Stati i : I
.' seph M. Lipl n campaign "Kfar Truman, is a great nt of the Zionist Organization
chaii venture of the enl Jewish f America, president of the Jew-
Firs ting : thi .: ivi I le, particularly of the Ami n- ., ,. u;__ t
will be.....Aiami Beach can Jewish C *> National Fund, chairman oi
-:on sub. -chairmen. "Overlooking the hills and: the United Jewish Appeal, chair-
Maurice Klein, chairman, has valleys of Israel, the City ol Tru- man of the Jewish Section of
< U meeting for Friday man will be an everlasting and r..;^), war Relief, chairman of
i ii. The divisi >n has :. quota of eternal monument, testifying to .___D .... .j
?r,o.ooo. come ol the load- the Jewlsh Aenc> Pol'tical Ad-
Leaders of the Negro division.! ership and help the Uniti : St iti s visory Committee, member of the
. a $2,500 quota, met Tuesday has given to the establishment V. S. Department of Labor Com-
with I :. Marie White, of th Si ti I Israel, mittee on Immigration and
at Red Cross headquarters. They Principal speaker will be Dr. v i,,,.;
hopi their quota by Israel G Idsti n, rabbi I C n- Vl[":'""a"1"1'____________
y. irch 20. ti n B'nai Jcshurun since |D ... .. to i
KnoxE city welfare di- 1918, member of the executivi I nabbl Kellner lO bpeak
pted chair- the Jewish and chairm Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner,
vernment i thi W Id C piritual leader of the Jt
pi ..: fjG nisi mmunity of Long Branch, N. J.,
)0. Dr. Goldstein is former pros:- and former rabbi of Miami Or-
------ lox C ngregation, will speak
nie < v "' Our Jewish Loyal-
Rabino Etchings To Be Displayed
Ti' : S : ]:.
ii the ] \ s nd lati r
tion Beth David.
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Rabbi Eliezer Silver, head of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada, paid a visit to the Hebrew Academy
918 6th St.. Miami Beach. The rabbi, far right, is shown discussing
a oassage in the Talmud with the senior class. Also in the
photograph are (standing. 1. to r.) Rabbi Alexander Gross principal
and director of the academy; Harry Perach. instructor of the clan;
and Rabbi Seymour Gew'rtz. Waterbuzy. Conn. Anlm n stalk
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Will Celebrate the Golden Jubilee
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Sunday, March 11th, at 8 P.M.
Miami Beach Jewish CenterWashington Avp. & 17th St.
Suul R(r
Guest Speaker
RABBI
ISRAEL
GOLDSTEIN
Leader in World Jewry
Former President of the
Zionist Organization
of America
,-,ri \ APfopriate M ram ,.U i R
L" Au tional Fund .
Greater Miami
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Urn AY. MARCH 2, 1951
I'll Say...
i along the modern portion of Cordova,
, provincial Spanish town without impor-
distinctlon. In a bookshop, I pick
Jewist Mnrirlirtr,
PAGE 3 A
Cordova: The New York Of The 10th Century
,11 CI1SUIICIIUII. Ill a WUUIVOIIUH, 1 |JIIK lip
"Build ,! Spain," by Clara C. Perkins and wander
, the Gudalquivir, a famous rivi nned
e built in Roman times. Across the main
nodern .park contains u band hell >,i
design, obviously an attempt to re-
antique Moorish past. I wonder at the
' -i the sidewalks. The littli b \ nust
iplined. Later I learn that the bitl
fit i nly for marmalade, exported i i
j .r rive o'clock teas.
rich and read in the book. "The popu-
|, v.; during the reign oi Abd- d-H ihi
itimated at a million. The nai
i and drained i
I ti m, were snaded during the sumi
:; tin tn tched from house to in use. and
n miles of these streets were hr.il:
["here wi re ov( .'10,000 shops in which
eels and rarest delicacii i were
st profusion. There wt e 700
ths, and more than 4.000 mat
I, congregated the motley tin
. mixed population, I with traders
E and the Orient."
\fi S. '/.mil.
i capital of the Western Caliphate, was
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est, the most colorful, the wealthiest city in.
,,;1 l. Hasdai Ihn Shaprut was Finance Minister
,-irtually (hand Visier in all but name, since
I ii law prohibited "infidels" from holding
:: i e. With him the golden age ol Spanish
was reaching its apogee. Under this Jewish
is, philosophy, poetry, medicine, astronomy,
'iice, and even music received intense
ultivation in the wealthy, wisdom loving commu-
I
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I .
Mm
kuhli<
nity. Since the r >yal days of old Jerusalem no period
in Jewish history was as free, as creative, as en-
chanting.
El Mezquita.
The greal M mains one of the wondi ra ev< n
in our world. Its dimensions aie breath taking
Shght Her than St. Peters in Home. th( I
church on this plaint. After several cenl
ments, I 200 columned pill
rest of horsei hoe arches. 'I' iday tl
1 850 arble pillars, all 13 feet h
i ; gnitude
when tiio numerous Chris! in-
I C thedi I are virtually lost in th
i >l unforgi tti ble beaul th< Mar b,
i Inly ark. with its superb I
u ved "in of e single block of
bli m th< form of ,-i shell H K i was
read ., ihe assembled myriads ei :h Friday on
th.
A Former Juderia.
According to my guide, th.
s lived in the immediate
Almodovar gate, an rmerly
Hab-al-Yahud 'Jews Gate) one immediately <
a labyrinth of narrow, cobble stom 1 lam slanting
down to the gutters in the center, s mv il th 15th
century houses still standing wen | by Jews
and Marranos. High walls surround thorn and through
grilled iron gates the picturesque patios are visible.
Adjacent to the Mosque is the Plazuella Majmonidi -.
in memory of the great philosopher, who was prob-
ably bom in the Calle de la Juderia close by. One
walks on the Calle Judios and stops before a national
shrine. Entering the small courtyard, the ye meets
a plaque on the wall and reads in Spanish:
The VIII centennial o.f Maimonidesl'J35.
Born March 30, 1135.
Spain, through the government of the nation.
Expresses homage to the immortal genius oj Judaism.
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Cordova, his birthplace, offers veneration
To his memory,
A Solitary Monument.
The door opens into a Synagogui rebuilt In 1315.
Small but beautifully proportioned, it still fcw
earmarks of artistocratic distinction. The arab< que
designs on the walls recall the elegance of thi Al-
hambra. Hebrew and Arabic are cut upon tin
a plaster of paris as durable and as beautiful as
marble. process now n. Th > n i the
upper gallery were hidden behind graceful I I
work. An open mche in the east wall is all I
left of the Aron Kodesh (hoi and
expulsion in 1402. an altar tor host and cru< t re-
placed tii" Torahs of parchment leased in
vet mantillas.
Decl ne oi d Fall.
. up the 5 of the C
and the g ildi f Jewish, cull
abru] In 1148 Cord th
tical Almoh idi s of Mori i the
not frum i id
i
the sword*. The father ol the 13 d Main nidea
te with 1 i i .: ..
later, the Cl 0\ r.
n. It is ironical that in the 13th
century ,h ws a r< perse uti i by Christians I n.it
being Trinitarians, and by .Mohammedans tor noC
being Unitarians.
One walks with veneration on the stn 1 by
Maimonides. Jehu;1. Halevi, Ibn Gabriol. Si nuel
Hanagid (the prince), Abraham and Moses Ibn Ezra
With a side glance at New York, one thinks it sir; ngc
that Jews always manage1 to stay close to the C( oler
of the world's most eventful times and placi -. Vet
there seems no sure foundation for a secure J' h
life in the Galut. The chief of police informs you
with Spanish courtesy that there are no Judics liv-
ing in Cordova today.
Jewish Schools To Mark Music Month
With Musical Narrative Sunday At 3
Tin ish schools of Greater
m nil r clubs will cele-
rate urth anniversary of
: Israel and national
Ji v month in a gala
on Sunday,
. at the Miami
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|Pythian Sisters To Meet
: thi Pj !
I .. el on v.
,: 7, at a p. m. at
.....n will
Alici Pom-'
1 S. W. 15th Street, on
|.' rch 15, ai ;; p. ,.
, I thcoming gSmes
I be formulated.
and the Hebrew Academy, singing
Israeli. Yiddish and Hassidic
songs. Solo singing will feature
Reva Shapiro, of Beth David
tion. A special dance
of Young Judaea will
bring r. the I
showing film,
' Thi P i Land pro-
com-

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Arrangements for the festival ,
were made by the Jewish Music-
Council of Greater Miami under '
the direction of Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education and
Robert Strassburg, musical con-
sultant of the Jewish Centers As-
sociation.
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9-Jewist noridiai7_
FRIDAYLMARCH2 1;
EDITORIAL
One Front indivisible
There is a ficnt line in Korea. On that front line
ere soldiersenlistees and draftees.
We Jews are also on a front line, fighting a war
against needs of all kindsoverseas, national and
local. We are fighting against complacency and
we too have enlistees and draftees in our army.
Our front line is made up of various divisions
just like any army.
One division is interested in the segment of the
front known as overseas.
Another division is interested in the sector
known as national.
A third division is interested in the area known
as local.
Each division is staffed with inspired and de-
voted leadership, people willing to almost lay
down their lives for their causes. Each wants as
much of manpower and material aid that he can
possibly attain to support and defend his parti-
cular interest.
But we must all understand that a breck-
through at any point in that front line could mean
the encirclement, the entrapment and the destruc-
tion of the entire front, of everything we hold dear
in Jewish life.
A break-through in the division supporting
Jewish culture and education could destroy the
lines of communication which tie the present
to the past.
A breakdown in the division fighting for the
cause of Israel could destroy the State for which
we have battled over 2,000 years.
A collapse of the division holding the front line
of civil liberties could destroy everything we hold
dear in America.
It is obvious that as much as we are interested
in protecting and defending one division of our
front, we must bt concerned with the total front.
In the 1951 campaign we must remember only
one thing: We are fighting and giving and work-
A SHOCKING BLOW
ing to meet all valid Jewish needs at home, over-
seas and in Israel. We must keep our front un-
broken, our spirits unbroken.
The Jewish communities are built upon the
principle of united action to meet common goals
and purposes. We must mobilize our total re-
sources to win the total battle for dignity and
security.
In the united Jewish campaign in each of our
W> The IVo|l#"
The Combined Jewish Appeal launch*
annual drive with a goal of SI,470,570, repm
ing the community's responsibility to' locally
national agencies, as well as the acute need J
American dollars now facing the younq Stm J
Israel. eP
Much work has gone into the planning qIaj
campaign during the past three months and mj
proximately 50 percent of the quota has alien!!,
been pledged by the larger givers. The meW
tan unit, which makes a community-wide canvasl
is now faced with the task of giving each memU
of the Jewish community an opportunity to
and give.
This is the "We the People" phase of the ca
paign, in the which the mass of our citiJ
the average givers, may take part. Theses
the contributors who give out of their limited w
comes, whose giving oftimes means sacnW
and whose greater giving in the present d
emergency has continued that sacrifice. It is |
giving that adds up to the total and makes
possible to obtain the quota.
The needs of the 50 agencies which partici
in the Combined Jewish Appeal and the cri
situation in Israel are constantly being hammeijl
home and it is "We the People," some log
workers strong, who will exert every effort i
insure the success of the drive.
"We the People" will reach that quota and a
the pace for every community throughout J
nation.
communities, we must work, share and give i
TOGETHER. Only by this action will we i
our responsibilitiesto our people everywhed
and to ourselves.
Excerpts from an address by Stanley!)
Myers. Miami. Past President, CouncilJ
Jewish Federations ayid Welfare Fai
Shochet Calls For
More Volunteers
(Continued from Pace 1 A)
-. Mrs. Hi.:.1 A
Mrs. Lilly Baylin, Mrs.
: Pector, Mrs. 1
I.' W C lulock, Paul c;. i
gal. Sam Si itlin, Paul
Sobel, St mli C .. lin Mrs Al-
Dubbin. Mr. and Mi S
F '.man. Don Sen Shirley
F. Shackman, M D vid H.
i and Mrs, Burni tt
captains.
Coi Milton Sir-
kin. .-.. Jerry Abrams, Dr.
s Blumi nthal. Harry Z.
1 Mr .and Mrs Oscar Lel-
chuk. William Rafkind and
Leonard Spiegel, majors: Arthur
Deutsch Sidney Haskoe and Wil-
liam Hechler. captains.
Flagler-Granada area: Ben
Clein and Al Lewis, co-chairmen;
Charles Adelman, Mrs. Evelyn
Clein. Jack Cohen. Herman Feld-
man. Daniel Honoroff, Sidnev
Raskin. Leo Rothstein. Maurice
Shaw and Sidney Stiller, captains.
North Dade area: William
Kneapler. chairman; Morris Las-
ter. Mrs. Benjamin Miller and
Mrs. Leo Gelvan. majors; Mrs. I.
Becker, Theodore Berman, cap-
tains.
Free Medium Sketching
In : to numerous re-
[uesl thi Miami Beach Y will
a class in free medium
sketching on Monday evenings,
starting March 5, at 8:15 p.m.
The Y will provide easels and
paper supplies may be pure)
Charcoal will also be available
but people who wish to paint are
1 t i bring their own sup-
-- ill be no formal
instruction given to this
group, though some assistance
will be given by Mrs. Zena
I' vrr art consultant of the
" h Ci nti rs Association and
Mrs Reyna Youngerman. art
committee of the Beach Y.
Cardiac Home Unit
Schedules Luncheon
Miami Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will hold
its annual donor luncheon on
Tuesday. March 13, at 12 noon
at the Clover Club, it has been
annour.ced by Mrs. Tillie Ramagli,
chairman.
Proceeds from the luncheon,
which is the group's major fund-
raising affair, are earmarked for
the treatment of children with
rheumatic fever, as well as re-
search and equipment for the
out-patient clinic.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. B. Karnes at 83-5995
or Mrs. E. Cohen at 4-6292.
Hialeah-Springs Unit
Slates Fashion Show
Hialeah-Miami Springs Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
spring style show on Thursdav.
March 8. at 8 p.m. at the new-
center building. 951 East 4th Ave..
it has been announced by Mrs.
William Kneapler and Mrs. Irving
Zitter. co-chairmen of the event.
Commentator will be Rose
Taylor, former model. A-skit will
be presented by the dramatic
class of the Hialeah Junior High
School under the direction of Mi-
Terry. Also scheduled to partici-
pate are Harry Gordon and the
center's adult choral group.
Assisting the co-chairmen with
the affair are Mrs. Mary Selig-
man. refreshments; Jack Kirs-
chenbaum. equipment; Dave
Mennes. publicity; Mrs. Madeline
Lurie, tickets.
Hialeah merchants whose fas-
hions will be shown include
Susan Dress Shop. Peter Kent
Mens Clothes. Roy's Toys and
Essex Jewelers.
Smathers To Speak
At Award Rally
Senator George A. Smathers
will be the principal speaker at
the fourth annual Outstanding
Citizen Awards rally in Bayfront
Pai k on Thursdav evening, March
29th. it has been announced by
Chairman Louis Snetman.
The Florida legislator del:
the key address at the initial
awards sponsored in Dade Coun-
ty four years ago.
Civic groups will select a man
and woman for unusual civic-
achievement in lf".o and mayors
of Dade County municipalities
and city and county officials will
participate in the ceremonies.
State Representative Robert L.
Floyd will preside as master of
ceremonies and top entertainment
in the Miami area will appear on
the program.
The 1951 awards are sponsored
by Joseph M. Lipton. president
of the Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami.
"Any individual or group may
nominate candidates for the out-
standing citizen." it is explained
by Mr. Snetman. "The candidate's
civic achievement in 1950 can be
listed in a letter sent to the Out-
standing Citizens Awards Com-
mittee. 330 Seybold Building."
Deadline for entries has been
set for midnight, March 19.
Lewisohn To Speak
In Center Series
Ludwig Lewishon, eminent
novelist critic and lecturer, will
speak on "The Jew in a Changing
World" in the third lecture of
the Center Forum Series spon-
School Activities Listed!
The primary depart)
Lear School present :-J
ruary program on Thursday, M
ruary 22. The children offal
tableaux based on fav -rite stem
and poems.
On February 23. the junior<
senior high si-h ..;-.!: j
a luncheon and swim
the grounds of the sch ioI. Tea
were swimming and d
tests. Those few studi i
not attend, belonged to til
Spanish classes of Mrs. Cock
which held its luncheon at I
Spanish restaurant.
On February 16, the junior a^
senior high school held its sea
annual General Organ:zaaj|
elections. The new president I
Ruth Bloom, and the secretary-
treasurer is Gail Horowitz. W
of Miami Beach. The LearSchal
General Organization is known
the community for its regiif
contributions to various chant*
Folk Dance Class
Sol and Helen Fisher. flk
dance specialiists. will conduct a
class on Monday evening at the
Beach Y. The instructions are
'pen to all people between the
ages of 16-60 and all participants
will learnv two new dances
on each occasion.
Basketball-Dances
Miami Beach Y announces that
it is resuming a schedule of
basketball games and dances for
young adults on Sunday evenings.
This series, which had been dis-
continued because of inclement
weather, will be resumed on a
regular basis. The basketball
games are scheduled for 7:30 and
the dances for 9.
Israel To Receive UJ, Aid rnder
Truman's "Point Four" Program
JERUSALEM. (JTA)-An agreement, under which I i n.
receive aid from the United States under PreS"dlnt tSSJ&S W'.H
men'ts ofS^StSS reT^Vf ---
Davis and Israel's MSS SUS1mSK^JSTS ft"*
Earlier Monday. Ambassador Davis present h '"'
President Chaim Weizmann of Israel in ?h. ls '
Sharett. No formal speeches were madP JI ih P''
President and the AnterJanXS^attd ZTZrlt^t ^
apprlv^Kn 2SSI K0ffinV::i::-
bonds to the value of i^Z^TZln^Zu.^'^'
countries outs.de Israel. Finance Minister C Kan V '"'
to the committee, warned that Israel cann depend ', >]" "?"**
from abroad for the solution of the coi.ntVvV P n "-'""
He called for the mobilization of all p0Ss be -esl'urT'' ""'blf,mS
increased productivity. possioie resources as well as
Ludwig Leuiisohn
sored by the Men's Club of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, it
has been announced by Julius
J. Perlmutter, president.
Born in Berlin in 1882,
Lewisohn was brought to America
by his parents when he was eight
years old. He attended schools in
Charleston. S. C, including the
College of Charleston, and re-
i his M. A. from Columbia
University. Lewisohn has been an
editorial writer, reviewer, poet
novelist, teacher and is now a
professor of comparative litera-
ture at Brandeis Universify. He
is recognized as one of America's
outstanding men of letters.
Tickets may be obtained at the
f office.
Shapiro Talk Slated
Harold Shapiro will be guest
speaker at the West Miami Jew-
M ,h -V''. Trvices on Friday.
m h :.,hlu8:15 P-m- Hi* topic
A i W^'" Is ,h" Future of
.can Jewry."' Habb, Ezra
Llfshltz will officiate.
Pre-Purim Dance
The Adult Social Group of the
Satu, v1 '' "'-Pu'im dance on
oaxuraay, March 3. at 8:30 p.m.
Sisterhood Slates
Package Party
Sisterhood of the Miami He
brew School and Congregate
will sponsor a package party
Sunday, March 4 at 8 p.m. at*
school building, 1101 S.W.I*
' Ave., it has been announced V
I Joseph Schwadron. president
Mrs. Herbert Feldan is chat-
man of the affair. Her aides*
elude Mrs. Ben Golden and Ma
j Isidore Fogel.
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RIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951
*JmM Fk>rMi&n
PAGE 5 A
ledication Of Center Museum Scheduled For Sunday
... ,,f the Miami Beach be permanently housed in the
Lr^ch of the Jewish Theological Miami Beach jtwiih Centw
| | America Museum, to |Mhftdul
j.isliii-g Named
'hairman Of
[i; .. / on Ginsbur,-
MiaMll DC aie very rare items of the early
18th century and of special In-
ay, March a. ten I ., Torah written 150 \
cthSlefFmeht^r1 h?pri' ;'"'' 8 !" 'li'-v ^< "ook md I
i_naue>> riucnlman. chairman ;> .. .
of the museum committee"wilTte "'!1'""ir-i "f 0- lh century. |
in charge of the ceremonies. ol :' "' "'" cere-
| Dr. Stephen S. Kaysi cural ir monial objects of the !
real of the Jewish Museum, and Mrs. home, i ling pev '
l> -''m "f, 'bn'a ^.om' onJhC. Xhibit W'" teat.Ure 0ver Showing the importance of the
| District and mem- 200 items consisting chiefly of Chanuka festival
Iial administrative Jewish ceremonial objects. These Purpose of the exhibit is to re-
luncil i 'he. Zionist OrRaniza- all int.. two groups: those of veal artistic values connected with
'":,':\ ,1 rhi^ uho syn^l^Ui' imrl 'hose of the Jewish life and displays will bi
dent of the Chicago home. The center of the display changed periodically to show tin
.., and chairman ol ,s an American Torah Ark, 120 variety of Jewish art objects
I years old. with an Eternal Light! Morris Cohen, house committt
> taken by the Nazis from a Hun-| chairman, assisted Dr. and Mrs.
I garian synagogue and recovered Kayser in arranging the displays
I amongst 7000 looted objects, some I The museum will lie open to
of which are now in Israel. Among the public^and may be visited by
;; the Torah ornaments on display school and organization groups
Standing before an old American Torah Arklooking at an
18th century silver breastplate for the Torah Scroll from Poland
are (1. to r.) Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Dr. Stephen S. Kayser and
Charles Fiuchtman. Arrlmore Studio
All Cream Cheese Is
Ardmore Studio
Ginsburg
gency Council in
member of the
ZOA under Dr.
nn's administra-
' i Miami Beach,
a an active role
1',' side s his
Miami Beach
is chairman
ectorS of the
Association;
Hebrew Aca-
. the board of
Miami Beach
ish Vocational
. of Jewish Edu-
1 iber .it the plan-
i the Combined
' ; 3. Bowman
lies In Columbia. S. C.
W<> eived of the death
S B man, brother ol
Damenstein, 249 N.-E.
e, on February 23 in
S. C.
i; wman, a veteran of
I. was past command-
American Legion post.
of the Order of the
8 Mason, an Elk.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2. lot,
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Habbi Murray Grauer will cele-
brate his fifth year in the pulpi!
at Bsth El Synagogue et services
en Friday. March 2, ?t 8:30 p.m.
In ccmrnemoiation of the anni
vor:iry he will preach on the
same subject he used for his first
serrr.cr, five years ago. "And He
Corgregaled the People." The
cincer- and directors of the con-
gregation will honor the rabbi
t an Oneg Shabbat following the
icrvices.
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Speak At Center
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Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David Congrega:ion,
shown rehearsing for the group's forthcoming minstrel and variety
show, slated for Wednesday. March 7. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
High School Auditorium.
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Local Surgeon Speaks
Dr. Herman Bo'ughl n, local
surgeon, sp >ke at the
Sisterhood of the N ifth SI
Jewish Cent at the C
Sen mi on Thursday. March 1. at
8 p.m. Another feature ol the
program was the presi ntati u
an educational film on can
with comments by Mrs. K
"V- Patti : the American
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Meyer Schwartz is ,
the :i journal an .;..
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Mourns the passing of their beloved Chavero
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And extends sympat y i her son, Uryan Davidson, ol Israa
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Small & Large Investors Investigate
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Sam Blank
fetters
Max Orovitz
1 "lifts
Howard Kane
In I .1 i lift*
C.i! I Weinkle
Initial iliua
Jacob Sher
Initial Gifts
Dan Ruskin
Initial Gifts
Mrs. Louis Glasser
Women
Herbert Scher
Special I
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SUPPLEMENT
Jack Ablin
Wiiit*. Res
A.iron Kanrer
^wiislh-IEIIioipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 24NUMBER 9
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
(Everyone Must Give
For Drive to Succeed
By SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
Campaign Chairman _
All of us who are working for the success of the 1951 Corn-
Dined Jewish Appeal are aware, I am certain, of our great
Responsibility in doing all we can to make this campaign a
I s. We know that we must do our utmost, in working and
giving, to make sure that the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal
[950 goal. We every man arid woman of our
ti i drive this yeai faith in G i iter Miami will
the minimum sum to stand up and be count
You, who are workers, will-be
called upon to explain to your
prospects the urgency of this
year' "N w oi Never" campaign,
You will have to make them un-
derstand that there is a del.nit',
and ; : elationship beta
the size of their gifts and the life
and h ipe and happiness of hun-
Is of thousands of fellow-
Jews overseas. You will be re-
quii ed to interpi el to
i agencies are d
in. this community and how vital
..'iv 'i existenti is to
our own health and welfare,
1 am certain thai if you te|l
II
I our
l<
i
rl 4
4-"
As .' MM
(
, Samuel Friedland
Campaign Chn.
cooperation and
Hotfc!
^?des 444,754
Wir.t.,- Residents 98.609
n ......... 87.620
Metropolitan 1,380
Miscellaneous ......... 14,410
Th
Jiving so far has shown
increases over last
\\'. ding to Morris Klass,
n Director.
He pointed out.
however, that
here were still
several hundred
aids of substan-
tial contributors
to the 1950 cam-
p.i ign w h i c h
have n 01 yet
been covered in
these campaign
units.
"We are run-
ning a 1' a C e
time," Mr. Klass said. "It
campaign units cover their pros-
pects before the metropolitan
campaign gets in full swing."
I. L. Mintzer, campaign treas-
urer, who has just returned from
a trip I > Israel, stressed the se-
vere economic crisis In Israel as a
result of that country havins
opened up its doors to unlimited
immigration of Jews and said the
situation is desperate.
Fred Shochet. chairman of the
metropolitan unit, expressed full
confidence that the workers in his
unit "will do a real job in making
the public understand the gravity
of the problem."
Mintzer
in Tn as,
To Keep ALL the Doors Open
In Israel and At HomeWe
Must Raise $1,470,570.
When Your
Doorbell Rings
The man or woman who
wilt rail you in behalf of the
1951 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal is a tireless, unselfish
worker who has taken upon
himself the duty of contact-
ing his neighbors for their
1S51 contributions. Treat him
with the consideration he de-
serves. Know that he is car-
rying out a holy task. Open
your heartand your purse.
You'll feel good for having
given generously to help
yo :r fellow-Jews at home anci
fbroad.
Bar Mitzvah Campaign
Launched by Federation
Sunday, March 4, will be a red-letter day in the history oi
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Greater Miami
Jewish community. On that date will be officially lcruncl ed
Federation's "Bar Mitzvah" or Thirteenth Annual Combined
Jewish Appeal. The campaign will ooen at a "Kick-off" Break-
10 a. m. at the Fleetv, i
Hotel. 800 Wi V.
Beach.
All workers in the
their familii and I
vited to turn out an ke this
opi ning function of the
politan campaign the m
ficant event in local J<
history.
A special prog
.. youi
$1,470,570 Is Sought By
Combined Jewish
Appeal
i ught the cam- the story properly and incerely,
l ii present position. you will gel good results.
bout to appeal to RKMEMBER. EVERYONE
a whole. We an MUST GIVE EOH OUR DRIVE
fring the time when TO SUCCEED.
Advance Function* l*rNag< Saeeess
Is t'ontribations Pass Midway Mark
As this issue of the Jewish Floridian aoes to press the 1951
Combined Jewish Appeal has just passed the half-way point
|in contributions, with 5740,368.00 reported in. A breakdown of
the pledges by campaign units reveals the following results:
$ 93.595 is urgent that all workers in the !
nged, ii e
:ost of the
in-
dueling ".
ieen I 25.
i i be
of a I
hi co
kfasl le,
>i asi tel
Fi i' : atii n a t
5 8 43 31 and
re.--. di-
atelj. P. : d
s expecti
Immedial ikv
fast, an army of 1200 .
it soldii will und< .
ntic 1 ig th
bells of some 12
in Dad. c un : II
be pursui d day ai the
next th
has had ,. chance I i
contribui I 1951 C d
Ji .< :-;i App al.
If, for i
The absolute minimum needs cf the local, national and
overseas agencies which are banded together in Greater
Miami's 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal will total Sl.470.570.
After months of deliberation, during which the budgets of the
local agencies were pared down to the bone, and the requests nol been called upon u
of the United Jewish Appeal and uary 7 Mobilization Day Rally
the other participating organiza- which launched the preliminary
phase of the campaign. "All
an tits of our community should
be working together as one p r-
son with but a single thoughtto
push this campaign over the top."
tions cut to the lowest level pos-
sible, the Budget Committee of
Federation, headed by George
Chertkof, presented the figure of
$1,470,570 as the sum that must
be raised this year to enable the
Jewish Community of Greater
Miami to measure up to its com-
munal responsibilities.
This figure has been approved
by Federation's Board of Gover-
nors and has become the mark
at which Federation is now
shooting.
"Federation's Annual Combined
Jewish Appeal represents our
community in action." stated
Stanley C. Myers, mobilization
chairman who arranged the Jan-
v. < re not home when th< soli it r
i ana; j i bell, drop a
post cai d to Fi di n I
Lincoln ii iad, Miami B ... h, or
telephone 58-4331 and i
leaders will send a repi
of the Combined Jewish A] pi i
accept your pledge.
George Chertkof
Budgel
FLASH!
Noted New York Rabbi
To Speak At ElckOU
Rabbi Charles E. Shulman of
New York City's Riverdale Tem-
ple and an outstanding national
Jewish leader will address the
Campaign Kickoff Breekf. : on
Sunday morning. March 4, at 10
a.m. at the Fleetwood Hotel. 800
West Ave., Miami Beach. SI.25 prr
plate. Phone your reservalion at
once to 58-4331.
CALENDAR OF
Saturday March 3rd
Sunday March 4th (10 A.M.)
Thursday March 8th (12:15)
Monday March 12th (8 P.M.)
Monday March 19th (12:15)
Monday March 26th (8 P.M.)
CAMPAIGN REPORT MEETINGS
Federation Sabbath
Kickoff BreakfastFleetweod Hotel
800 West Ave., Miami Beach
Report LuncheonReid's R< stauranl
829 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
Report MeetingMiami Beach Jewish Cent
Report LuncheonLincoln Manor Restai
2 Lincoln Road. Miami Hi
Final Report MeetingTemple Israi 1
137 N.E. 19th St., Miami
'Win Kin,
' nalrman
Fred Shochet
Ml : ; .it. Ii
Joseph M. Rote
Hotel
Joe Stein
ting
Dr. M. Goodman
Rabbi I. Lehrman
rurbli 111. al
Milton Friedman
\ In:......n
D.-ivid Phillips
\
Moses Ginsberg
Hon. \ i
Abe Goodman


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FRIDAY, MARCH 2,
155!

Roundup of Major National and Ov
United Palestine Appeal
Each will require a monthly out-
lay of S25.80 for food, clothing
and shelter, medical attention.
Lack of funds forced red.:
of 1951 food budget for camp oc-
cupants by almost 20 percent.
"American Jews must i nverl
"deadlines' into "life!::. -
immigrants fleeing from countries
1951 is the "Now-or-Never"
y ..: when Israel will receive 0f persecution
me 200.000 Jews, most of them
fleeing from the "iron curtain" Joint Distribution
and Moslem countries in a fran- -, ...
tic race against time. These are L/Omminee
the deadline immigrants who T 5Q JDC S36.568.000
m"fJLei ^Ubef0,e the ga,CS ^ and aided 450.000 Jews abroad.
slammed shut.
JDC : ans] irted 182.000 to [s-
In 2>2 years since Israel was, rael and a;defi 10.000 to :
me the U: States ..nd other lands.
I her .-.'. v. r m v-
UPA agencies i- 1950 spent e: intsJews who :::td to
than S113.000.000: for 1951. be m race ....-...-..-t real
the budget calls for expenditures or implied deadlines.
of S1T4.000.000 for trar.,; tation. Meanwhili since funds a\
ti n and re- able to JDC from the United Jew-
s' "' ment. ;. ... th in in
L'PA agencies
respons foi -.ning and to cut b.-. 5, i
: mplex that tei f thousai fron
- Eastern Europi an I I
: an exj nditun : $15,- East l Is
1 "00; 160.000 Jews receivi I
- ne l -__.: ..;. c] ,thing ai] |
Un mat] n : transit
100 000 48.0n" Jewish chil
Nun insl ;
ttle- 80.000 Jews each were
: ...
- ents ''." : :. :
ttle-
1951
rent
40.000 wen he Iped to si 11
: thi nu
. VE Day I I
1C0.000 ." N.
.and Easl el
d: unden
- te in squalid si
f settli :. : portunity
feeding
nd educational
ncies S9;
t. j In 1950 JDC in parti
Agency and the
i Israeli G ent.
' program 1
'' 'hai re" n< n Is-
_______ to 7 '.-:.:: 's end some 3.000
sick, aged or incapacitated imm-
ts w< re under Malben care.
For 1951 JDC requires a min-
imum of S22.350.000 to aid 400.-
000 Jews abroad.
Two important changes mark
JDC's program for the current
year:
1. JDC. which rescued and
ht 615.000 Jews to Palestine,
later Israel, since VE Day. has
tu-ned over to the Jewish Agency
responsibilly for emigration to
JDC .' ill, however, contin-
ts aid for 30.000 coming to
the U. S.. Canada. Latin America
and other lands.
2. JDC has assumed total ad-
tive and financial respon-
-, t : Malben, the welfare
program in Israel for "hard core"
s. It aims to expand
hospitals, old-age homes and re-
habilitation centers to care for
5.000 to 6.000 persons. There are
10.000 in Israel needing this care,
and more are arriving daily.
There are an additional 3.100
"hard cores" in the DP camps
emigration depends on
Malben care.
In 1951 JDC must:
Bring relief, medical and child
care programs to some 85.000
Jews in Europe.
Assist some 107.000 Jewish
children in Moslem lands through
: i ..... pi grams, medical care
lucatii in.
Help tens of thousands of Jew
to self-support through credit
ves, producers' c>
and JDC-! upp .rted ORT
schools.
United Service For
New Americans .
r voluntary immigrati ih
and resettlement agency. NYANA
New York Association for New
icans) largest local pi
relief- ncy in U. S.
Peak i 1949.
37.700 Jewish survivors; 1950.
15.000 arrivals; 1951, 20.000 ex-
pected. Aid needed for some pre-
vious arrivals as well as 1951
newcomers.
Most DP's entering U. S. now
have neither friends nor relatives
to aid them. Must depend on com-
munity "assurances" of housing,
jobs, initial aid to become self-
supporting, integrated.
Function: 1. Pre-immigration
arrangements. 2. Resettlement ar-
rangements. 3. Reception, care,
temporary aid at ports of entry.
4. Enroute assistance, funds for,
travel, baggage, etc. 5. Community
consultation services. 6. Liaison
government, other agencies in
U. S. and overseas. 7. Food, cloth-
ing, shelter, vocational, counsel-
ing, medical, etc.. in New York
area.
1951 NeedU.S.N.A.. $1,580,-
000: NYANA, $5,700,777; Total
S7.281.577
How Fund*
After deducting caa
eraton year-round tZ
ceive57.80 of the first
Local, national and j
will receive 42.20 0| j
The next S87.500 wifl
seas agencies (other [U
The balance will bi
first million dollars 2
42.2 % to all other a,
Please note that ail
year-round activities, j
budgeting, amount to 1(
Our Youngsters At Home ..
. And Jewish
Children Overseas
The tots pictured here are
three-year-o'd triplets enjoying
their stay ,] a Jo;nt Distribu-
tion Committee transient center
for Jewish emigrants in Paris.
Cere and maintenance, as well
as transportation costs Jo their
ntw home in Argentina, are
burg paid fcy JDC major
America.-, agency riding dis-
tretsed Jews abroad.
American Committee
For U.I.T.
The American Committee for
the Hebrew University. Weiz-
mann Institute of Science, and
Technion, popularly known as
U.I.T.. is. in th.' words of its
president, Professor Albert Ein-
tein, "a merger of forces for the
advancement of science, technol-
v and higher learning in Is-
The influence of these insti-
tutions is not limited to their edu-
cational and research facilities
in Jerusalem. Rohovoth and Hai-
fa. Their students and faculty
members work in every part of
Israel, helping establish industries
and training seamen. They parti-
cipate in every piu.se of life in
Israel and cover ever) section
of the countrj.
The L'.I.T. is the sole body in
Slates authorized to
ial support for these
institutions.
American Fund For
Israel Institutions
the
. .' .
ions in
;fnd in-
dent
mship
. Ph Ihar-
i i v,
tioi...... eu .n.i 1.
train-
thei acl
I
I
the cult !
'' i.un-
l the A
"is-
I and pro-
. conductors and musi-
i
Institutions which become ben-
- of the A tn Fund
thi ii right to conduct
!i nt can in the
* da. Amer-
ced I I de a mod
ual buds
I ni'-
de-
l. All budgetary
the Is-
officers, trustees nd din**
the American Fund whoj
prominent community lea*
the United State and Caa
Federated Council 0
Palestine Institutions
The Federated c ,unci
estine Institul :2an
1940. is a central fund-raisj
promotional agent y f.r the
pendent reli lucatioi
welfare instituti ns in Isr
appeal is directed priraj
welfare fund coir
The 1950 p: ojj -:
comprised 83 ii ns|
following fields
Orphanages, -i
aged, 3: Homes i r the Bia
Incurables. 2: II pitalsa)
Aid Societies. 4: i;
tions, 9: Soup K
Loan Funds. 2: Yeshiwi
Talmud Torahs,
Tens of thou- mds o( p
in Israel are being mainta
aided in part
tions. Their
for 1950 app: i Hg
of which ab ii I.OSl
be raised in I
The FCPI h
eluded an
key organ:,'. .
Hayeshivoth, M
Ichud Hayi
loth H.
which ("
and wi lfai insl "PB
1S51 : :-."
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Kadassah
Hadassah, tl
nizat

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trict of C I
Rico. !' r thi
Mj
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endurin
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igh i
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ed on in
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pital, which si
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pital in Safad
tersi
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Ha'ayin, the
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Harold Shapiro
Herbert Kaplan
.luii
Milton Sirkin
Metro)


RIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951
+Jewish ncrldlian
PAGE 9 A
as Agencies Sharing in 1951 CJA

k Allocated
pllection reserves. Fed-
ues, the U.J.A. will re-
j distributed.
Icies 'other than U.J.A.)
1 dollars distributed,
fcal. national and over-
he same ratio as the
to the U.J.A. and
sts and Federation's
mnity planning and
ercent of the goaL
| Israel, its defense and progress
I as a democratic, cooperative so-
1 ciety.
National and
Overseas
I
|cr camps and "flying
f experts who
(other gathering places for
lers, e also part of this
I. current inacces-
of Mt. Scopus, and the
lh-l'ni\i rsity medical cen-
le. and use of the in-
ly lassah's present
I J< rusalem, Hadas-
i n a three year
. ide funds for a
Ipit nurses training
|n Jerusalem; these two
:tun id m w buildings
University-Ha-
ll S iol when they
I ii m the new
I .v. ilem.
irk of 70
i and its
ram, Hadas-
ity of the
e land, as
Is of moth-
Idren. In
field, its
eaches
bail and
issah's
n placed
virnment
ii ither areas
impor-
h < xports.
al Committee For
Israel
lut C iaigi
the Na-
Labor Is-
irm of the
r Feder-
Stati .- and
I > 10.000,000.
Histadrut
active pro-
. the following
1 training
ants; aid,
Agency, in
istrial and
'>: to pro-
nmigrants
iticularly in
I tlie coun-
to 000.000
100 settlements'
do, educa-
ural activities,
nd publicati in
'"l periodicals;
live housing
s, immigrants
itain rest
'"arc .stations;
I cultural
: and train
roups in Israel
special col-
in uninhabited

1
non-partisan
dyofwork-
"pbuilding of
American Association
For Jewish Education
The American Association for
Jewish Education, founded in
1939, stimulates and promotes the
extension, improvement and ex-
pansion of Jewish education in
metropolitan and rural areas
throughout the United States and
Canada.
Dedicated to the proposition of
i community responsibility for
Jewish education, it serves and
aids Jewish education institutions
and activities regardless of ideol-
ogy, and seeks to bring the best
and highest standards developed
in general American education
i to the service of the Jewish
schools.
The Association provides serv-
: ice to schools, central agencies
for Jewish education, communi-
I ties and organizations in the fields
of educational research, commu-
nity organization for Jewish edu-
cation, pedagogics and curricu-
lum, promotion and interpretation,
personnel training and placement,
budgeting and financing, and
overall educational guidance,
through studies and surveys, pub-
lications, consultation and con-
ferences for lay and professional
educational leaders.
It has 41 affiliated bureaus of
Jewish education and associations
of Jewish schools in 38 commu-
nities and regions.
Hias
The Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society, globally known as HIAS.
is now in its 66th year. With offic-
es and committee- itcgically
located throughout the civili;
world. HIAS is international in its
scope, and its program includes
all phases of immigr int i
The HIAS general program is:
facilitate the entrv oi Jewish
immigrants to tb ted States
and to othei count to pro-
them with
ter, food, and other n
: to transport them to their
final destination; to'help pros-
pective immigrants and residents
in the United St p ire and
fill necessary immigration docu-
ments.
The program als i encompasses
representations to gjvernnii
for liberalization of immigration
- In Israel, HI ; xpand-
ts activity s to provide l ans
for immigrants to help them in
th ir rehabilitation, to give loca-
tion services, and to participate in
the reception and tempo]
maintenance of immigrant Polish
Jews,
The HIAS Shelter, at 325 La-
fayette Street, is now the only
shelter for Jewish immigrants
destined for the New York area.
Here HIAS not onlv feeds and
lodges newcomers until a perma-
ni nt home can be Arranged for
them, but provides consultation
facilities for them i n all matters
relating to immigration, inti
tion into American life, and natu-
ralization.
A permanent HIAS bureau Is
ma ntained at Ellis Island, and
HIAS officials assist the detained
immigrant in the preparation of
his appeal to the United States
Immigration and Naturalization
Service and appear with him be-
fore the authorities when his case
comes up for consideration. By
, special arrangement with the gov-
, eminent, HIAS conducts a kosher
, kitchen at Ellis Island for the
feeding of Jews detained there.
National Jewish
Welfare Board
For two generations, the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
universally known as JWBhas
been synonymous with the growth
! of the Jewish Community Center i
movement in America and with
service to Jewish men and wom-
en in the armed forces of the U. S. |
As the national association of'
Jewish Communitv Centers and
YM-YWHAs, JWB has been in-,
strumental in welding the Cen-
ters into a nationwide movement
and in helping them to become
a vital force in American Jewish
life. As the agency authorized by
the U. S. Government since 1917
to serve the religious, welfare and '
morale needs of Jewish men and
I women in the armed forces and
in veterans hospitals. JWB per-
formed a monumental job on be-
half of the Jewish community
I through two World Wars and the '
i years between, and now again as i
the nation mobilizes to meet a
new emergency.
j With the aid of JWB. Jewish
; Community Centers are rapidly-
expanding their programs and
J services and enlarging their fa-
I cilities in response to mounting
] normal, as well as defense de-
mands. In numerous communities
without Centers, leisure-tim^ pro-
grams are being established and
expanded with JWB aid.
Today there are 331 Jewish
Community Centers serving half
a million men. Vnmen and chil- [
dren. The value of buildings now .'
owned by Centers totals $40,000.-
000. Reflecting the increasing im-
portance of the Center in the'
community, $28,000,000 has been
raised by Jewish communities
across the nation for new Center
facilities. New Center buildings
costing a total of $12,000,000 are
now under construction.
For Jewish men and women in
uniform. JWB conducts a re-
sourceful, year-round program on
a global scale. A vast service of
religious, recreational and wel-
fare activities is provided by JWB
for Jewish personnel in the arm-
ed forces and for hospitalized
Jewish veterans.
Through Jewish chaplains, over-
seas clubs, a staff of trained area
workers and 25.000 volunteers on
more than 200 communitywide
armed services committees. JWB
is able to bring religious serv-
ices, festival and holy day ob-
servances, home hospitality, cul-
tural programs, recreational ac-
tivities, religious supplies and
kosher food to Jews in uniform.
This servicewhich reaches more
than 500 military installations,
air fields, naval bases, training
camps, ships at sea and hospitals,
as well as Occupied Germany and
Austria. Alaska, Korea, Japan, the
Caribbean, in fact, wherever Jews
are stationedmakes it possible
fol GIs to have a Sedar in Alas-
ka, a Sukkah on Okinawa, a Han-
ukah party in Panama and High
Holy Day and Passover services
the world over.
Religious and
Educational
Jewish Theological
Seminary
Purposes and Program:
1. To advance higher J'
learning in America through the
researches of its faculty and
alumni and-through the main-
tenance of research fellowships
for scholars of proven ability and
through the maintenance of the
Seminary Library,
2. To train Rabbis, teachers,
group workers and leaders for
communities in the United States
and Canada. Seminary academic
schools are conducted _in New
York and at the University of
Judaism in Los Angeles, the West
Coast Branch of the Sentinary.
3. To disseminate through the
mediam of radio and television a
wider appreciation of Jewish tra-
ditions and ideals.
4. To effect a better understand-
ing and cooperation among all
groups in America. Thus in its
Institute for Religious and Social
Studies in New York and Chi-
cago, the Seminary offers cours-
es to Catholic, Jewish and Prot-
estant religious leaders.
5. To inspire the interpreta-
tion of Jewish ideals through the
arts. The Jewish Museum, con-
ducted under the auspices of the
Seminary, has not only attracted
over 2504)00 visitors, but has also
brought into the orbit of Jewish
life and expression talented art-
ists, writers and musicians.
Yeshiva University
Located on Amsterdam Ave-
nue from 185th to 187th Streets,
New York City, Yeshiva Univer-
sity has followed the typical
American pattern in its genesis
and development. Most of the
leading American universities
were originally Schools of Divini-
ty. Gradually they broadened
their faculties and organized addi-
tional schools to entitle them to
college and university status.
Similarly, Yeshiva University was
founded in 1897 as the Rabbi Is-
aac Elehanan Theological Semi-
nary. The Yeshiva College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences was es-
tablished in 1928, and received
Grade "A" accreditation several
years ago. By the unanimous
vote of the New York State Board
of Regents. Yeshiva College was
sity in 1945 thereby becoming
the first duly accredited American
(Continued on Page 10 A)
Aged Jewish Men And Women in Greater Miami
At beautiful Douglas Gardens, r.ew site of the Jewish Home for the Aged, about 40 elderly Jew-
ish men and women are spending the declining years of their lives in dignity and comfort. Here
they are seated with Campaign Chairman Fricd.'and who paid trem a suiprise visit last week.
A *
. And An Aged Jewish
Woman In Israel
This woman, deep in her sev-
erities, is trying to find peace in
a home for the rged in Israel.
She is a native of Czechos'ova-
kia and the lone survivor of a
large family. She is now living
ir MALBEN. a health ard re-
habilitation project cor.duclad
by the JDC.
i -to a
M .,J- Kopelowiu
Metropolitan
David Levimon Mn. Louil Altichul
Hoi. I Hon. Vice Chn.


PAGE 10 A
Jfcn/sf fkridfiar
FRIDAY, MARCH 2,195
Roundup of Major National and Overseas Agencies in '51 Appeal
Yeshiva University
(Continued :
ty uncle:' J>
.- ship.
Today Yeshiva Univ.
of eight schools and divi-
i is empowered to grant
rarfging f.' m B A. to
Ph.D. The current enrollment is
'900. wit
from 2T states and 20 1
count- s. For 1 two years,
pre medical and pre dental
courses have been offered. A
chological c!in:c was orgai
as part of the graduate school of
educatii n and community admin-
istration which came in:
1948. An additional ci
:. ftu-
dents
Civic Defense
American Jewish
Congress
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and communism a:. I ssists
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munists' ruth'..-- n who
look to thi
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habitation. The J.La'
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reing closely tutf I eco-
nomic and political problems
faced by the peop'.o
The fight against
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joint Defense Appeal
:
League
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Build, Build, Build,
r
Israel today is humming with
the sound of builders' tools. Tens
of thousands of homes must be
constructed for scores of thous-
ands of immigrants still living in
temporary reception camps and
for the 200.000 Jews who must
be transferred to Israel this year
from danger rones in Eastern
Europe and Moslem lands. The
United Jewish Appeal agencies
United Palestine Appeal, Joint
Distribution Committee. United
Service for New Americansthis
require a minimum of
S203.6S4.5V/.
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4,
h.
Give To I'.3ATo Save LivesTo Strengthen Frei
I'eopBe Off IsraelTo Aid lleinoeraey l^vervwhcrA
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Beneficiary Local Agencies I
Leon Kaplan
1
In i tion 1 United Jc Appeal and the ol
ticipal ng in the 1951 c" Ji
| $41 I, ii been tentatively allocated I
cies:
f Jewish Education -
H for 1 Aged 1,56
120
1 "0.000
Vocational Servici "12.001.
133,000
incil of Jo Worm i 5,680
$ 460.644
*T< ntative recommendation. Budget Committee will review
(i ncy.
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Loca' Agencies ... 7 Israel Insti
tutior.s 10 National ?nd Over-
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arnAY. MARCH 2, 1951
*Jewist ffceMteg
PAGE 11 A
1'iinns IWhkoff
Dtoa % i Ago Ofa I
Pincus Puchkoft, 81. for many
years a loader in the Zionist
movement, died Sunday at nil
home. 1130 S.W. 9th St
The author of half a d.ozen
books in Hebrew and Yiddish,
Mr. Puchkoff returned onlv rp-
cently from a trip to Israel. He
Bertha; four sons. Dr. M. Abra-
ham, Louis and Theodore H
iPuehkoff, all of Brooklyn; a
daughter. Mrs. Aaron Newman;
two brothers, Bernard, of Miami,
and Israel, of Brooklyn; nine
grandchildren and three great
*l
Planning the entertainment for the dance to be given by the
kur.g Acult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday,
'stch 4. are (1. to r.) Victor Eber, Bob Goldner and Marvin Stein.
omiii Adults To Hold Dance
lh.' young Adult Group of the "
Imi Beach Jewish Center will
\ dance on Sunday, March
I 8:30 p.m. in the center social
| hi of the evening will
in directed by Victor
ip's adviser. Story-
as emcee. Also slated to appear
are singers, Marvin Stein and
Mark Adler.
President Ed Klein announces
that there will be no admission
charge for members of the group.
Non members will be asked to
contribute 50 cents. Proceeds will
Iner will serveIgo to the library fund.
Mi$r To Mark
IrtfitSav With
tin Haiorah
in '.' i !entei
. Beach will mark
y with a
. March
: the new
Mr. and Mrs.
rter members
m.
first Sefer
tion, which
i taned to
gations of
;et under-
parade from
rvices were
' w building.
Pi 'v Lehrman will be
[' he Rev. Jacob
ill officiate apd cantors
un various congregations
[ the area will partici-
Women Will Conduct
Services Friday Night
Frid .v even ces of the
M imi H, brew School and C m-
gregation will be conducted by
the sisterhood, it has been
bv Mrs. J
ron. president.
Parl will include the
Mesdames Simon April. Louis
August, Michael Blank, Ed
Ben Golden, Herbi rt
Feldan, Isadore Fogel, Max N w-
r, Jack Stone and William
Weintraub.
Floral offering will be given
by Mrs. Schwadron who will be
!. stess at the Oncg Sbabbat in
memory of her mother.
Sarah Shochet Passes
Word was received here this
week of the death of Sarah
Shochet. former Miami resident,
who passed away suddenly Mon-
day evening in Baltimore, Md.
Services and interment were held
Tuesday.
Pincus Puchkoff
, moved here 20 years ago from
Brooklyn, where he was a whole-
sale paper and twine dealer.
Last month Mr. and Mrs.
Puchkofl celebrated their sixtieth
wedding anniversary at a gather-
ing on the lawn of their home.
which Mr. Puchkoff called Tel
Aviv after the citv in Israel. He
I was a guiding spirit in the Hista-
druth LTarbuth Ivrith, Hebrew
up, i rd played host
to numerous Hebrew sch >1
ii:- firsl book I Yid-
was pub v after
visit to P tine s me
,:s ago. II; i,l.
[l
with life in Czarist Russia. Pro-
ceeds from all his writings went
to the Jewish Nati m 1 Fund, in
which he was a tireless worker,
He was a member ot the i
Hebn w Sch >ol and Ci ng eg ition.
Survivors include his wife,
Harriet Optner Passes
Mrs. Ida Optner. 2353 S.W. 24th
Tii race, was called to New York
Saturday by the death of her
daughter-in-law, Harriet.
Survivors include her husband,
Philip; a son, James David; her
mother. Mrs. Mollie Kotosky:
three sisters, Mrs. C Elks of
Miami; Mrs. Harold Rosenberg
and Mrs. Max Lapinsky.
Services were held Monday
afternoon.
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i |wo different programs at the Coral Gables Elementary
j arch 8 and 9 at 8:30 p.m. Members of the renowred
iroup include Joseph Roisman. first violinist, who
B." Bo:is Kroyt, viola nlaycr, ?lso a native of
I hneidcr. violincellist, from Vilna; and the now
" t. Jac Gorodntrky. another native of Odessa. Wash-
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lists give nun-erous conceits and rehearse daily on
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with Rabbi Simon April officiat-
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iGary H. Schlesinger
Mr. and Mrs. j j,
Syman, 1214 8.W.
'nounce the engai
daughter, Faye,
Schlesinger.
Mr. Schlesingi ,, a
resident of Miami
and was formerly coi
the United Nation
ministration in G
tended the Uniw.
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can Joint Distribut s noJJ [
affiliated with the S nyfaj
Industries.
The bride-elect is a firaduj
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was a member of Tri B
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of Miami, and the 1
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with Sigma Delta Tau S
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+JewistnoridSair
PAGE 13 A
Personally Speaking
Mrs. Freda Newman, of 2008 West Flagler St.. has returned
I from a month's vacation in New York City. While there, she
cttended the opening of an exhibition of her son Arnold's
photographic art during the past ten years.
"^ ^* ^*
A family celebration at the Sea Isle Hotel marked the
[reunion cf Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., with
Mrs. Shapiro's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Taffer and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Taffer and Mr. Shapiro s brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohn, of Brooklyn. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Taffer, who are guests at the hotel, were
I hosts for the evening.
"^ ^^ "^*
The bris of Julian Steven Genet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
iGenet, took place Sunday, February 25, at the home of his
Iparents, 1944 S.W. 21st Ave. The baby's maternal grandparents
lore Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen of Charleston, S. C; paternal
Tgrandparents are the Harry Genet? of Miami Beach. Sandek was
fhe baby's paternal grandfather; godparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Greenfield; and mohel. Rabbi Philip Fried.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Strom of New York are quests at the
Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Strom is builder and operator of
apartment houses in Manhattan.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Greenberg, 4946 S.W. 4th St., cele-
brated the bris of their son on Sunday, Feb. 25, at their home,
jlabbi M. Katz, grandfather of the baby, acted as sandek. God-
arents were Sam Freedman and Mrs. Anna Greenberg. Rabbi
Philip Fried officiated. Among guests were Rabbi Moses Mes-
theloff and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
* *
Spending the winter at the Victor Hotel are Mr. and Mrs.
ithur Kukoff of Brighton Beach, N. Y. Mr. Kukoff, one of the
Iriginators of the UJA in his home city, is a member of the
^oard of directors of numerous charitable organizations and is
ecognized as one of the country's leading philanthropists. He
the inventor of 11 patents in the plastic industry.
*
J. Wolinsky, owner of Dominion Electric Company in Winni-
eg, Canada, and Mrs. Wolinsky are Victor Hotel guests.
*
Beecher Frank, WIOD's Night Watchman, returned to Miami
^r radio work after two years in Mexico. He is accompanied
his wife, Gloria, and daughter, Susan.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte of 435 S.W. 31st Road have as their
Duseguests Mrs. Apte's father, Barney Streit, and his wife,
ina, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The visitors will remain here until
end of March.
* *
The bris of Kevan Joseph Keltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
eltz, 304 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, took place on Sunday,
ebruary 25, at the home of his parents. Godparents were Mr.
^.d Mrs. Sam Gerchkov; Louis Schwartz, sandek; and Rabbi
nilip Fried, mohel.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Lehrman of New York, guests at the
lymouth Hotel, Miami Beach, were honored at a dinner party
Iven by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wiener at their home. Among the
uests were Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear of the Lear School.
r. Lehrman, who is clinical professor of psychiatry at Bellevue
ledical Center, New York University, recently spoke at the
Tiiversity of Miami on "Freud and His Time." Dr. Lehrman
as just returned from Tulane University in New Orleans, where
" was guest lecturer on "Psychoanalysis."
* *
Spending the winter with Harold Shapiro at the Trade Winds
|partments, Miami Beach, are his mother, Mrs. Fannie Shapiro,
sister, Rose, and his brother, Louis, all of Milwaukee, Wis.
* *
Among guests at the Victor Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. J.
senberg. Mr. Eisenberg is owner of the Equitable Paper Bag
pmpany in Long Island City, N. Y., as well as several paper
Ms in Texas.
* *
Spending the season at the Hotel Ramaz is Rabbi Israel
versky, of Brooklyn, New York. His cousin. Rabbi Israel
versky, 0f Milwaukee, has joined him for a short stay.
* *
Confined to her home with pneumonia is Miss Harriet
amenstein, 249 N.E. 17th Terrace.
P *
tn route to their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., are Mr. and Mrs.
P Arr|dt who have been spending the winter in Miami Beach.
^'rig their stay, they were extensively entertained by Mrs.
dls sister, Mrs. Rose Lesser, and their nephew and niece,
l' and Mrs- Frank Thompson. The Arndts maintain a summer
me in Pattenburg, N. J.
M *
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kent, 235 83rd St., Miami Beach, recent-
. Pent a weekend in Havana, Cuba. En route they were the
puseguests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Fnovitz of Key West.
- *
. ,m Fleischer of Brooklyn, N. Y., is the housecjuest of his
iKiM Qnd dau9hter- Mr- and Mrs. Max Storch, 771 S.W.
Lri c F,eicher is here for the Bar Mitzvah of his grandson,
Z, h' 1o be held n Saturday, March 17, at Beth El
fnagogue.
((
Strictly Neighbors"
Evelyn Brown Wed
To Jack Alter
In a double-ring ceremony at
Beth Jacob Synagogue on Feb-
ruary 4 at 2:30 p.m., Miss Evelyn
Brown became the bride of Jack
Alter, of Venezuela. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff read the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Lena Brown, 1030 5th St..
Miami Beach. Mr. Alter's parents
are the Solomon Alters, 820 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach.
Given in marriage by her
mother and uncle, Samuel Berlin,
the bride wore an ivory Chantilly
lace gown over satin with match-
ing lace jacket and mitts. Her
ivory illusion veil fell from a
headdress of Chantilly and orange
blossoms. She carried a bible
topped with white orchids and
ribbons.
The bride's cousin, Mrs. Lester
Glansberg, served as matron of
honor in a gown of peacock blue
taffeta with navy tulle overskirt
and aqua tulle headdress. She
carried blue and yellow iris and
pink carnations. The bridegroom's
nieces, Freda and Mary Alter,
were flowergirls. Best man for
his brother was Harry Alter.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Glansberg,
Mrs. F. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Weissman, New York City; Sam-
uel Berlin, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alter and
daughters, Freda and Mary, Mr.
and Mrs. David Morganstein,
Caracas, Vinezuela.
By HELEN ALPERT
WEEKLY MAGNET:
Visiting Zionists will find fun and fine food at the companion-
able Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club held on Wednesdays at
Lincoln Manor. President Harold Shapiro is a marvelous refreshing
host. Riving the whole thing the feeling of a warm family gathering.
Odd thing occurring at this week's luncheon was the reunion of
cousins who'd "lost" each other for 45 yearsSimon D. Kerman.
Chicago builder, and cousin Dan Broad, here. Broad originally
founded the club. Kerman revealed that his wife would've been
sipping soup with the others if she hadn't left for the arrival of
their fifth grandchild. .
Plenty of Canadian neighbors dropped in, drawn to hear Harry
Simonhoff talk on Israel. From Montreal was A. J. Alexander .
from London, Ontario, a whole delegation numbering J. M. Fink, A.
Hyman, Percy Grafstein ... (I didn't catch the hometowns) were
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schwartzfeld, Mrs. Benny Gold, Mrs. Morris Soskin.
(Vancouver, got that), Harry Steinberg of Winnepeg, Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Leder. .
Yurika Mann sat at the head table, with Gertrude Baskin. Miss
Mann is the artist and expert now trading cultures over the world.
She opened an Israeli Art show at the new Peikin Galleries on 41st
St.. as you know. Chatting with her across the table was Harold
Shapiro's sister, visiting here from Milwaukee Leaders in other
fields included Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Silverman of Hartford, Conn
. Dr. Charles Lee, the astronomer who presents a weekly news-
review of Israel to the group Dr. Max Lipkind, the outstanding
Zionist scholar, with Mrs. Lipkind Cleveland's Chaim Rosenberg
. Cantor Kelcmei's mother, who quietly beamed at all the
wonderful things said about him and short-story writer, Z. B.
Cormichael, whose book is "Here to Stay"which is also a good
banner-phrase to wave over one of the brightest luncheon-clubs
in Our Town.
But then, all this alterncss is not too suprising when you realize
that this group now represents the biggest Zionist district in the
entire South!
OUT OF ENVELOPES:
Most of the longtime friends of Betty and Phil Levi now have
heard from Tempe, Arizona, that Favorite Phil is a grandpaw.
Daughter Theda and Paul Lowe announce a seven-pound Andrew
Edward. We're all awaiting the technicolor movies of the trip .
Thanks again to Louis Kantcr for his cordial note ,. Rose L.
Lawson is at Manhattan's Park Crescent. She flew in from Israel
a week ago. after eight months there March 10 is The Day for
the Alexander Kogans, with the Bar Mitzvah of Alexander, Jr., at
Temple Beth Sholom. A hearty handshake, kid! Bigtime
columnist on the Cleveland Press, Milt Widder, is motoring here
soon for an occanfront vacation with Dorothy. They've leaving their
four offspring at horr.e. Mill vows this is a "real vacation." Uusually
when he gets here he's so busy catching up with visiting or ex-
Clevelanders he never wangles a peep at the sun.
NOTES AND NEWS:
David Rosner has launched a r.ation-wide contest on the
provocative topic, "Why I Am or Why I Am Not an Orthodox Jew."
Best letter on either side wins a complete luxury stay at his Hotel
Good. First batch of mail has already fluttered in, from Chicago .
Maybe song-writers have an affinity for each other, or sumpin'. The
Atlantic Towers Hotel, which is the Miami Beach home for top
click-man, Nat Simon, this week welcomed Mort Gilbert, good-
looking 26-year-old composer of "Really and Truly In Love." Gilbert
brought the melody to Decca, they assigned him as lyricist, and
presto! a hit
Also here is Henry Fruhling, until recently a
director and field supervisor for IRO in the U. S. Zone in Germany.
Fruhling's got an invincible argument for more d.p.'s here: to relieve
our imminent manpower shortgage .SPECIAL to Jennie Gordon:
"The Amazing Maurice" is a terrific for your Beth David Minstrel
Show. He's ready, willing, ableand audiences love him!
Comedian Buddy Walker crawled out of bed for the Saturday
night Variety Club's "circus." He's a walking penicillin-shot, still
loadedwith quips that rock the roof.
Shapiro To Speak
Harold Shapiro will speak at
the next meeting of Dov Chapter
of Mizrachi Women on Wednes-
day, March 7, at 1 p. m. at Beth
El, according to Mrs. Rose Per-
tes, president.
Plans for a Purim supper to be
held Sunday, March 18, at 5:30
p. m. at Beth El will be dis-
cussed.
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Cantor Joseph \V. y
offer VOCal ; \M
communitj metf
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A program of continental music N w. 7th Aw. Titli : c
Malek's presentation will *J
Scope of Jewish Music."
will nished by the Miami
Gypsy Trio, consisting ol I '
Bibor Stein, pianist, Jeno Prager,
violinist, and Charles Magda,
'cellist.
A feature of the program will be
presentation of an original song
! based on the donor and written
by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry and
Miss Clara Goldenberg and sung
by Mrs. Irving Frankel. The
Voices of the Home Auxiliary"
will sing the theme song, 'Women,
Women. Women."
The invocation will be given
by Mrs, Harry Koretzky, and Mrs.
Ben; imin Appel, president, will
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Mildred Wu:serman, Manny Lube! d Alberta
shown rehearsing ? scene from "Nct'.-.ing But Jho Truth." Broadway
comedy hit by James Montgomery, to be presented by the Theatre
Guiid cf the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Tuesday and Wednes-
day, March G and 7. at 8:30 p.m. in the Coral Gables Elementary
School Auditotium. Others in the cast include Harriet Swerd in,
Irwin Gars, Judge William Pallot, Marjorie Huntington, Mike
Chaprran ard Jerry Merlin. The production is under the direction
of Lillian Fox cf X're Dramatic Academy, with Ruth Forman as
dialogui director. Gertrude Hechler is dramatic co-ordir.ator:
.fcld, prompter; Alvin Corenblurn, set designer and
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Springtime" Overture, Nikolai
Miaskovsky's Symphony in F-
Sharp Minor. No. 21, op. SI. and
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va'li Music, Art Women Rehearse Skit
rmAue Will Meet For March n Fete
h Music and Arts tJSSSZSl flhe Siste'hod of
,t at the Sea W SSSSRJW' gj* E> are bus?
,isd:.y. March 7 h,'s n* Vsklt to be presented
I at the group's annual Purim ball
'on Sunday. March 11, al 8:30 pm
Hal I it '"''' Memorij
i .1 ei announced by Mrs.
*,le*lstfk>rfdHton
n of the event and -
will serve as emcee.
Mia
\
, been arranged ,
[man, chairman of
theevenmgwmbe JagSh*PJf%P
by Nina Nahari, _J"j* Ma* RaPPaport and Mrs.
t I Iks on Israeli Art S'dmL -'"'''
" Da*d A*" Palmer
j nt of the Hebrew rd,mer_
I 1'1"1 B^'thoid K ., ^ rr^rr-
I University of Miami. Iie*H JJVaid Women
lanu, I Velasquez, consul gen- pi p- ,-,
in give a talk on ian rurim Carnival
be illustrated by i Plans are b*m formulated by
udina ndez, noted pianist. Beth David PTA for Purim
! to appear is Wil- carnival to be held at the syna-
gogue on. Sunday. March 18 'it !
has been announced by Mrs. Sam
r. Leviten, president
Lunches will be served and
there will be pony rides, fish
pond, game booths. A baby sitter
se,ce also be available.
The PTA is collecting paper!
every Sunday. The drive will
continue until the end of the
Sunday school term.
PAGE IS A
Dance T>am Will Appear Here
hi K 'nor (if the Chicago
|raC nd 'I"? Maxwell House
I m, who will sing
Its Ruth Bortman, so-
no. Anyuta Melicov will be
|he p Piano duets will be
Vfd by Ruth Wolkowsky
lenficid 'recently returned
|nFrance) and Elizabeth Fish-
Juliard School of Music
Juste.
crtha F ister and Mana Zucca
honi members of this
formed group. Frances
and Edward Mandell are
chairmen and the art corn-
er c n "f Gustav Boland,
nent sculptor, Dr. Eric Carl-
i! irtisl and Bessie
ktrom whose art is widely
Ivn.
iitions should be made
hgh Anyuta Melicov and
pees Sebi I. William Davis, as-
Int band master of the Miami
tii High School, is in charge
blent.
tbi Recital Tuesday
1 if Miami will
;nt Jo.> Iturbi in a piano
lay, March 6, at
.P-m Miami Beach
I ium.
1 program will
I I psody in Blue,
n A Major.
I honic Studies,
I' Phapsodj
I" El Pi
ix d Bi u and
f Vrtifice,
Book Review Slated
Edward Clarke of the Univer- ,
sity of Miami faculty will be guest
speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 124 11th Street, Miami
Beach, on Saturday. March 3, at
8 p m. He will discuss Bowen's
John Adams and the American
People.
On Tuesday, March 6, at 8
p. m. Charles H. Lee will give
the fourth in a series of lectures
on "Tne Heavens and the Earth "
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will be i
chairman at both meetings.
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Menasha Skulnick, internation-
ally famous Yiddish-American
stage star, will be featured in a
three-act comedy, "The Big Shot,"
opening at the Plaza Theatre Fri-
day, March 2. for a one-week run.
Also in the cast are Irving Gross-
man and Diana Goldberg. Curtain
it set for 8:30 p.m. with matinees
scheduled for Saturday and Sun-
day at 2:30 p.m.
The modern interpretive dance
team of Kayta Delakova and Fred
Berk will give a public concert
in Miami on March 20 at the Bay-
front Municipal Auditorium be-
ginning at 8:30 p.m.
The dance exhibition is being
sponsored locally by the Miami
and Miami Beach Units of Junior
| Haddassah and the University of
Miami Chapter of IZFA it was
announced by Arthur Cohen,
chairman.
Delakova and Berk have been ,
acclaimed by critics as "outstand- noda-
! ing dance interpreters of Jewish
themes m America today."' They
have performed at colleges and
universitii s, in theaters and con-
ills, al Jewish Community
('inters and community rallies
before enthuiastic audiences.
For three summers they taught
and staged pageants at the
lamp Institute and for
two summers at the Hillel Found-
ation Seminar,
Their collected material
Person Sought
Information concerning the
whereabouts of Morris Zweifler
is being sought by the National
Council of Jewish Women in
behalf of Joseph Zweifler, born
in 1911 in Bucharest, the son of
Marcu-Meier and Maria, and now
residing in Israel. The person
sought is about 70 years old. born
in Dorohoi, Roumania, son of
Josef. He had a handkerchief fac-
tory and his last known address
many years ago was 1530 Penn-
sylvania Ave.. Miami Beach.
Palestinian folk dances and holi-
day scenes appears in two pub-
lished works. "Dances of Pales-
tine" and "Jewish Folk Dance
Book." Recently, Ultra Records
published their album of "Jewish
Folk Dances."
Tickets may be obtained at
Moray's Jewelry Store. 141 N.E.
2nd Ave.; Steadman's Music-
House. Coral Gables; Mogull's, 41
St., Miami Beach.; and Zionist
Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln
Sholem Lodge Plans
Annual Youth Nite
Plans are being formulated for
the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
annual "B'nai B'rith Youth
Night." to be presented jointly
by the University of Miami" HillH
Foundation and the local B'nai
B'rith Youth office on Tuesday
evening. March 13, at Beth El
Center.
The entire evening will be de-
voted to a program directed by
'Dr. Donald Michelson, direel >r of
the Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and Miss Selma
Lewis, director of the B'nai B'rith
I Youth office. The lodge youth
chairman, Theodore J. Sakowitz,
will assist with program arrange-
ments.
_,"0ur annual Youth Night gives
Bnai B'rith parents an opportu-
nity to see. in dramatic form, the
work being accomplished by
B nai B'rith youth in this commu-
nity," President Sidney Arono-
vitz stated. "The citizenship train-
ing program fostered at the Uni-
versity of Miami Hillel Founda-
tion creates cultural and well
rounded citizens of tomorrow and
affords Jewish college students a
home-away-from-home."
Mizrachi Unit To See Film
A film depicting the organiza-
tion's work in Israel will high-
light the next meeting of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi
Women to be held on Saturday,
March 3, at David Whitman Hall,
311 Washington Ave. Mrs. Ida
Wessel is chairman of the meet-
ing. Assisting her is Mrs. Ann
Seidenworm.
i '> serve n copy
Bill of Com-
ryanil .," "'" Plaintiff*
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lerk of the Clr-
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Hurok Interview Slated
Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview
Sol Hurok, known as the am-
bassador of the ballet and the
leading concert manager in New
York, on Saturday, March 3, at
Education Board To Meet 6n:30 ovci sUtion WKAT-
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Bureau of Jewish
Education will be held on Mon-
day, March 5. at 8:15 p.m. at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
The agenda will include action
on the old Beth David site as a
bureau building, plans for assist-
ance to schools and the annual
bureau dinner and a report on
the National Conference on Jew-
ish Education by Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director.
Max Meiael will preside.
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FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1951
SEC. B
jix Dade High Schools Will Participate In
t'nai B'rith Sponsored Debate Contest
x Dade County high schools
in participate in the fifth an -
debate contest sponsored ->y
oiem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, it has
en announced by debate chair-
an, Bernard C. Fuller.
Schools entering the annual de-
Tps Will include: Coral Gables
" School, Miami Beach Sen-
Edison
Ugh
live
lese
inal:
High School, Miami
nior II:h School, Miami Jack-
n Senior High School, Miami
nior High School and Techni-
1 High School.
Subject will be "Resolved: That
he Non Communist Nations
hould Form A New Interna-
nal Organization,' and the rules
the National Forensic League
ill prevail us in previous years.
The schools will begin prelim-
iiv eliminations starting next
eek to -elect their two affirm-
and negative teams and
will compete in the semi-
luled for the week of
y 14. The winning team and
iebate coach will receive, as
tat prize, a one week's trip to
fashington, D. C, with all ex-
nses pa i. at which time they
the guests of national
i B'rith leaders and attend
ssions of the Senate and House
Represi ntatives. The group will
so visit points of historical In-
fest and be the guests of Flor-
B legislators during their stay.
Any student enrolled in any
nior high school in Dade Coun-
is eligible to participate in the
bale tournament whether or not
regulaipdebate program exists
his particular school," stated
lairman Fuller. "Purpose of
is annual citizenship program
to stimulate thinking and dis-
ssion on the part of our high
ol youth on vital current mat-
rs towards !he end that these
ys and girls will become well
jnded thinking citizens "of to-
irrow," Fuller added.
has established
rotating trophv to be presented
that school whose team is vic-
torious for three consecutive
years. Winner of the 1949 and
1950 competition was Miami Edi-
son High School team.
All debate contestants receive
certificates, and keys are award-
ed to semi-finalists. Trophies are
awarded to top negative and af-
firmative teams.
Dr. James Wilson, superintend-
ent of Dade County Schools, has
evinced interest in these debate
competitions during the past four
years and has encouraged schools
to enter the 1951 tournament.
Assisting Fuller with the debate
plans will be Marvin Rauzin, Dr.
Emnauel Pushkin, Howard Mil-
ler, Joseph Ganz, Allen Kessler,
Oscar Rappaport and Herbert Sel-
kowitz. Jerome H. Weinkle, a for-
mer member of the University of
Florida debating team, was the
originator of the debate project
for the B'nai B'rith lodge.
Mrs. Sater Elected
To Real Estate Post
Mrs. Betty L. Sater, Miami
Beach relator, has been elected
president of the Miami Beach
Women's Council of the National
Association of Real Estate Boards.
Mrs. Sater takes the post after
the resignation of Elizabeth
Anstine, who is currently presi-
dent of the national women's
council.
Mrs. Sater, who stepped up
from the post of vice president,
has been in the real estate busi-
ness for 15 years and a realtor
for 11 years. Her office is in the
Mercantile Bank Building.
North Bay Group Will
Open Education Program
The North Bay Area Taxpayers'
Association will launch a public
education series on traffic prob-
lems, it was announced this week
by E. Albert Pallot, the associa-
tion's president.
Decision to start the series was
made at the group's meeting on
Friday in the Lincoln Road of-
fices of Charles S. Tobin, treas-
urer.
Chartered two weeks ago, the
association was formed for the
purpose of assisting in the solu-
tion of current critical traffic
problems.
A campaign of education is
being based, said Pallot, on the
"traffic-flow" map recently cre-
ated for the organization by en-
gineer Charles Silvers. Silvers is
a vice president of the organiza-
tion.
Civic and community groups
desirous of hearing "clarity talks"
on traffic and safety are requested
to communicate with Pallot.. A
epeakers' bureau has been set up
under Pallot's direction and is
now ready to function with "pur-
poseful discussion" of precise
traffic solutions in this area.
North Shore Unit
To Meet Monday
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will meet Monday, March 5 at
8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Athletic Club, 6820 Indian Creek
Drive, it is announced by Presi-
dent Leonard Tobin.
The lodge nominating commit-
tee will submit a slate of candi-
dates for 1951 officers and addi-
tional nominations will be ac-
cepted at the meeting.
Reports will be heard from the
lodge veteran's hospital service
committee headed by Ben
Greeson and a social will follow
the business session.
Flamingo Lodge Meeting
Flamingo Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will meet oit Wednesday evening,
March 7, at the Hialeah Jewish
Center, 951 East 4th Ave., it is
announced by President Ben
Bloom.
Harold Kravitz, the lodge's
delegate to the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil of South Florida, will report
on plans of all B'nai B'rith lodges
in the area to raise funds for the
support of the Hillel Foundations
at the University of Miami and
the University of Florida in
Gainesville. Cards and social will
follow.
Jtory-Telling Contest
"o Highlight Social
An amateur story-tolling con-
t featuring civic leaders from
liami Beach, will highlight the
nnual Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai.
nth. membership social on
[onday, March 5, 8:30 p.m., at
ie Masonic Hall, 10th St. and
Itun lioad.
According to an announcement
V Jules P. Channing, chairman.
Invitations have been extended to
i\e top raconteurs in the area to
articipate in the humorous story
telling (ontest. Master of cere-
onies for the evening will be
arold Shapiro, Miami Beach at-
other contestants.
Assisting Channing with ar-
rangements are Sol Goldstrom,
launce Collegeman, Jack Gold
_Samuel W. Shapiro.
Hebrew Academy to
Mark JNF Jubilee
Students of the Hebrew Aca-
demy will celebrate the golden
jubilee year of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund at a special assembly
to be held at the school audi-
torium on Friday, March 2, at
2:30 p.m.
" Leon Ell, chairman of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, will be guest
speaker. Academy pupils will, and as trustee of the Mj,_
present a check of $1,300, which follU.M pKi^ i.ihr.rv w pi*ht
they collected in the recent drive
for the planting of trees in Israel.
Participating in the assembly
will be Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, principal of the academy,
who will talk briefly on the im-
portance of the planting of a
Hebrew Academy "corner" in the
children's jubilee forest in Israel;
Mrs. Joshua Stadlan, an instruc-
tor in the academy and chair-
man of the Jewish National Fund
drive in the school; and three
pupils, Phyllis Katz, Sandy An-
Beach Zionists To
Hear JNF Director
Arthur Shutkin, executive di-
rector of the Jewish National
Fund for the Southeastern states,
will be guest speaker at the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club
on Wednesday, March 7, at 12:15
p.m. at the Lincoln Manor, it was
announced by Harold Shapiro,
chairman and toastmaster. His
topic will be "Fifty Years of Jew-
ish National Fund," in com-
memoration of the golden jubilee
of the fund.
Shutkin, formerly executive di-
rector and public relations man
for the JNF in Central and South
America, was for the. past three
years executive director of the
JNF in Michigan, with offices in
the city of Detroit. He has visited
Israel many times since his first
visit in 1922. A graduate of the
University of Wisconsin and Mar-
quette University, he practiced
law in Milwaukee for a number
of years. He served on the city
council of Milwaukee for eight
| waukee Public Library for eight
years. He has been a life member
of the Zionist Organization of
America since 1928.
Charles H. Lee will report on
latest Israeli News and Jacob C.
Fishman will lead community
singing.
Assisting Shapiro with arrange-
ments are Daniel M. Broad, Paul
Eisman, Cantor Samuel Kelemer,
Sam Prosterman and Irving
Schatzman.
rney. scheduled to set the pace dron and Michael Kogan who will
receive awards for raising more
than $200 each in the school drive.
The choir of the Hebrew Aca-
demy will also participate in the
singing of Israeli songs.
Staff Addition Listed
Hotel Ramaz announces the
addition of Mrs. "Rudy" Ruder-
man to its staff as head chef for
the hotel's Israeli Room.
tu Pictured M a teoort meeting of the trades uni; of the Combined 3**'lZfi*thtl
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Morrls KlaM. campaign director; Samuel Friedland. campaign chairman; Rabbi **J^S
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Bernard Skolnick of Blumen-
thal AZA was elected president
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Council
of Greater Miami, according to
;.n announcement by Selma
s, Greater Miami director for
B'nai B'rith Youth.
Other officers include vice
dent, Bob Cooper. Wise,
AZA; recording secretary, Carol
Honig.BZB: corresponding secre-
tary. Marcia Jervis, BBG 14:
treasurer, Burton Weiss, Sigma
Rho AZA: sergeant-at-
Phillip Goldhagen. Blumenthal
AZA; and historian-reporter, Au-
drey Slotkin, BBG 14.
President Skolnick has ap-,
pointed the following standing
committee heads: athletic: Eliza-
beth Paul and Ed Finklestein. Mi-
ami; Arlene Sprokin and Max
Hagen, Miami Beach:
Capitol Spotlight
By
.'....'
MILTON' FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON The nation's Fuhrer's personal bodyguard,
motion picture industry is being William Harlan Hale assembled
I State Department ef- information on Rommel while he
torts to revive German military was a member of the Psychologi-
power as indicated by the produc-leal Warfare Division of Gen.
tion of "The Desert Fox.' a film Eisenhower's S.H.A.E.F. during
which will do much to glorify i World War II. Hale reported that
Nazi Field Marshall Erwin Rom-
mel. Another indication is the
cancellation of the filming of "The
Wall." a story of the anti-Nazi
battle waged by the heroic Jews
of the Warsaw Ghetto.
The Selznick film interests,
purchasers of the film rights of
John Hersey's saga of Polish
Jewry, decided against producing
such an anti-Nazi film. When our
government is moving heaven and
religious earth to re-arm Germany and
.ind cultural, Barbara Levy and
Stanley Saul. Miami; Howard
Katzen and Honey Sassoon, Mi-
iimi Beach; social. Sue Nelson
and Richard Jabland. Miami; and
Don L'.chtenstein and Mimi Levy,
Miami Beach. Marcia Jervis is
chairman of the choir committee,
and Honey Sassoon heads the
variety show committee.
The B'nai B'rith Youth Council
se(rves as a
f : the Junior
B th, and has representation, Objections to this trend are met
from AZA chapters Sigma Rho. .with the explanation that Ger-
322, Hillel, Robert Blumenthal. ; man n is needed to save
Pa ind Stephen S. Wist Westi n Eui pe from Commun-
BBG i pters represented are ism. Tl fore, if vou opp.-se the
1. BZB, ALS. Shol
jail doors are being thrown open
for S.S. officers and' concentra-
tion camp commanders, it is not
considered desirable to remind
the world of Nazi atrocities by a
film such as "The Wall." On the
other hand, our young men will
soon be marching side by side
with unrepentant nazis and a film
like "The Desert Fox" will serve
the purpose of showing that Ger-
Rommel was "more at home with
1 the adventurers and roughnecks
who had come up with the Nazi
:' \v than he was with the brass
who had come down from the
Kaiser's Empire."
Hale's investigation showed that
"Rommel, like Hitler, lived by
risk. Like so many Nazis, he had
been nobody before, and had
nothing much to lose. And just
as Hitler had soon sensed a fol-
lower in Rommel, so Rommel had
soon found a patron in Hitler."
Rommel performed as a show-
man as commander of the Afrika
Korps and Hitler loved show.
In Bendlerstrasse (German
High Command) circles. Hale re-
ported, Rommel was considered a
"propaganda general, a figure
dressed up and decorated with
African palms to distract the pub-
monument built in Rommel's pjj^ Board To MpoI
memory. Hollywood is helping to [ A meeting of the hi
carry out that wish of Hitler." I rectors of the Beth L)"^j0fd'*
According to Nazi records, will be held at the ho,",",,f *}*
Rommel, to the very end, never M^tty J** 2910 S.W. /fr
uttered a word against Hitler and I on Monday, March 12, at Jl ^
the Nazi ideology. Before taking |
poison. Rommel "expressed his
anxiety about the Fuhrer's
health!"
American soldiers defeated j
Rommel, who managed to exact
a non-forgotten toll. A tribute to '
his skill is to be found in many
of our cemeteries. Hale recorded
that Normandy "was a far cry
from the gay days of Hitler's
triumphal entries into cities like
Vienna and Prague, when Colo-
nel Rommel, the Fuhrer's head-
quarters commandant, had man-
aged to squeeze grinning into the
newsreels close beside this idol."
ii run Youth council VwV*ei "' "*>- lie from Germanv's grim failures I
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fJewistifkxIdiati
PAGE 3B
ish Groups Rap
.erican Clemency
[ward Nazis
WYOKKCITY 0AJP)-In
'f,ce of mounting releases
orison cells of the murder-
f Europe's six million Jews,
la's major Jewish organi-
;r'C this week strongly pro-
S to Secretary of State Dean
7s0n against the "mistaken
* ess toward the perpetrat-
0f mass murder and other
Us crimes against humanity
[democratic society."
,e stronglv-worded statement
,e National Community Rela-
Advisory Council came on
heels of an earlier declara-
hv the World Jewish Con-
in which Dr. Israel Gold-
Chairman of the Western
Jfohere Executive of the
hd Jewish Congress, assailed
weeping action by American
lorities in mitigating the sen-
's of do/ens of German war
Jfaals as threatening to turn
[vital code ol offenses against
kind established at Nurem-
into a "travesty."
.ting the major Jewish
i nited States, the
l.\C statement wrote Acheson
these commuta-
. appears to have
tor in seeking the ap-
Idtion of those German ele-
:s whos d voti in to riemoc-
tifiably suspect."
N MAC termed as "dan-
lis" thi action by General
J. McCloy, U. S. High Com-
moner fi r Germany, and Gen-
Thomi T. Handy, Com-
ler-in-Chief, European Com-
, in ordering the commuta-
i[ si ntences of 89 war crim-
including munitions mag-
. Krupp, and a num-
,1 other industrialists. Krupp
rdi n 1 restored to the
rty : which he had
deprived by the court.
le United Slates, warned the
[AC, "cannot safely copy the
t Union's technique of cur-
favors from former Nazi
irs." Such a policy of ex-
incy, it added, does not "ac-
lish its purp ise and usually
(o oth<
:it on behalf
.lie World Jew ish Congress
feed out that, i ven before the
itions, Amer-
authorities had released a to-
lof 109 war criminals before
tion of their jail terms.
lay only 517 war criminals re-
n in prison in the American
|e out ol the nearly 1,300 sen-
to prison, Doctor Gold-
ted. He added that if
Present rate of pardons con-
ies the number will dwindle
my.
ninii Adults
Ian Picnic
the Young Adult League of the
|mi Jewish Community Center
hold a picnic at Crandon
Ik on Sunday, March 4. A
lorcade will leave the center
10 a.m.
p athletic program has been
Pned and persons attending
tasked to bring their lunch.
he group is open to young
and women in their twenties
the general membership
ets on alternate Monday nights
Bne center.
/oil Activities
Under Fire
ATLANTIC CITY (AJP)The
activities of an accused befriender
of Nazi sympathizers and the di-
rector of an organization branded
as subversive bv the Attorney
General, came under sharp fire
this week. The Commission for
the Defense of Democracy, a de-
partment of the National Educa-
tion Association^ Charged that
Allen A. Zoll was among those
responsible for a '"terrifying" at-
tack intended to shake confidence
in various teachers and the entire
school system.
The charge followed a survey
by the commission in 3,396 com-
munities. It showed that "anti-
public school front organizations"
are promoting a drive of criticism
against the school system. Zoll,
who heads the National Council
for American Education, was
charged as being among the school
slanderers.
Commenting on the smear cam-
paign. Dr. Alexander J. Stoddard,
Los Angeles school superintend-
ent, asserted that "tactics used
by some who criticize to destroy
resemble closely the propoganda
techniques initiated and developed
in countries remote from the
U. S."
Zoll was recently director of
American Patriots, a group listed
as subversive by the Attorney
General. He was described in the
commission's secretary report as
having "henchmen" who cast sus-
picion on the schools, and "makes
money out of people's troubles."
Workshop Continues
Radio Workshop for Democracy,
weekly live dramatic program,
will present "The Riot That Never
Happened," on Sunday, March 4,
at 7:45 p.m. over radio station
WMIE.
"The Riot Thai Never Happen-
ed," is the true story of a night
in the life of a police officer, Ken-
neth Fierle.
The cast of local actors to ap-
pear in this week's production
are: Bob Brenner, Lowell Thing,
Vic Knobloch, Irving Friedman,
J. P. Fox, Sarah Seiderman and
Sonny Stillerman.
The program is directed by
Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with Steve
Kessler at the organ.
Mrs. Spaet To Fete Board
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will be
hostess to the board of directors
of the Miami Beach Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home
for the Aged at a coffee on Mon-
day, March 5, at 11 a.m. at her
home. 220 West Rivo Alto Drive,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman
of the board, will preside. Final
plans for the donor luncheon will
be discussed.
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Gulfstream Park
To Open March 5
Gulfstream Park shifted into
high gear this week as the decks
an cleared for the action sched-
uled to g?t underway March 5
an I continuing through
Apnl 20.
Topping the week's pepara-
THE ADVENTURES
HyNOPSis:
TRAPPED By
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OF SAND AND
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AND THE BOY
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Thursday morning, followed al-
ii liately by posting of
weights : u this six furl spi int
Accep .ill be made through
th en1 box on Saturday when
th opening day program is pre-
)' I [n addition to the Inau-
i 1, the Hernanda Purse and
the I. Jeune Purse are down ;
decision on March 5. the former __ _, _. ,
foi three-year-olds and the lat- Mt. Sinai llosuil;il Sharet Chapter To Take
l:.;.-1,Vf.,u:";year;olds fnd *p' \uril^ nnlr.iH Part In Gables Services
m I t.ich are at a mile and a .*%tril* linirm I ,_u ._
s ;. enth route. ,-_ Kfl_ m_____^___ In observance of National B nai
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I .-jcing colony to be named g?rtat',n need
f. i the Inaugural." There have HosP'ta]- a n
b. no major shipments north. fwarded_ to the
f nd no concerted migration is ex- or e insta'lallon of a modern the Coral Gables Jewish Center
I" 1 In at least the first few hosPital elevator, it was an-, at Friday evening services on
of the meeting. This gives nounced b>' Samuel Gertner. the March 2. at 8:15 p.m.
D his pick of stables ffom hosP'lal s executive director. Participants will be Betsy
I ix'al tracks, and the post "Fast. dependable elevator Banks, Romesa Rosenthal. Trudi
time parade may include such service for our staff and visitors Lach. Elaine Ha:dt and Rosalyn
speed Dukes Gal, Algasir, is a prime necessity in this seven- Cohen. Beverly Koch, president
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ADVISOR ON JEWISH HOMEMAKING
[ Jewish Floridian has asked me to write this column giving
Mm on ".ow to make housekeeping easier and more pleasant and
{westing quality products of particular interest to the Jewish
housewife. The column will be a bi-monthly feature, and I hope to
make many n vTclo with their household problems.
Nutritious and Delicious
H vou're in search of a meal with real laste-appeal. why not
serve potato pancackes and borscht. It's zestful. wonderfully
nutritious and so easy to prepare.
Meat Beet Borscht
1 pound flanken meat
2 quarts water
2 onions 2 egg yolks
salt, lemon juice or citric Sugar to taste
acid to taste
Peel and grate beets. Add to water which has been cooked
with meat and bone for half hour. Add onions and continue
cooking for another hour. Add salt, lemon juice or citric acid
and sugar and simmer a short time longer. Add .beaten egg yolks
very gradually, stirring constantly to prevent curdling. Serve hot.
Have you ever tried chilled tomato borscht? Here is an ej
the organization's Late '" 1950, Kohlberg said. .
airman Alfred Kohl- ployees of, the American .
1C beets
1 marrow bone
Breaking Bagels
you think of bagels, you automatically think of : .- is flavorful, smooth, nutritious and so easy i
V :, you do if you've ever tried the e with
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NEW YORK CITY (AJP)An-
swering chargi j of "irresponsi-
bility" ]. vi led against Rabbi
B n imin Schultz. executive di-
Amer-
ican Jewish League Against Com-
munism. Inc.,
national ch
berg this week charged that the
staffs" of Americas major
national Jewish organizations,
members of the National Commu-
nity Relations Advisory Council,
contained "a certain number of
Communist Party members" and
"a vast majority of either strong
or mild sympathizers with Com-
munism."
Kohlberg's rebuttal was con-
tained in a printed six-page
pamphlet entiteld "A Letter to
Members of the American Jew-
ish League Against Communism
From the National Chairman.' Up-
wards to 100,000 reprints of Kohl-
berg's statement, it was learned,
are scheduled for mailing to
prominent Jewish community
leaders, as well as League mem-
bers. The statement will not be
released to the general press,
however.
The League's rebuttal followed
bv several weeks a joint state-
powerful NCRAC in
mber of America's raa-
oups banded togeth-
er to violently assail an address
by Rabbi Schultz in which the
League's director named General
George Marshall and Admiral
tz as Communist;
dupes. Schultz refei red to the
as "sincere and loyal" but]
had been used as
"fall guys." The NCRAC state-
ment termed Schultz's charges
not
in
cation of the AJLAC" during a
three-yi ar pei: d, "all revealing
a determination to destroy the
League and its' active officials.
ish Committee called on Rab-
bi Schultz "hinted our League
should close, and a good position
could be created for Rabbi
Schultz on the AJC staff."
Kohlbarg attributed the NCRAC
hospitality toward the AJLAC to
a number of factors, including
Will be held at the S<
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Beach.
Meetinj s are h sld the second
and fourth Tu( sday i I eV'
month.
through undercover means.
Referring to the Washington
address by Rabbi Schultz, Kohl-
berg said "there are now sacred
cows in America." "Criticisin of
our leaders, and their repluce-
their dislike for competition; large I ment." Kohlberg asserted,
staffs of the organizations con- | still among our rights. I support
tamed "a certain number of Com- I not only Rabbi Schultz s right to
munists,' etc. He charged that the say what he did, I support what,
ADL, AJC "and some of the other I he said, and think he put it cour-
staffs" had vilified the ACLAC I teously." ______
pe and sandwich mixtures, why not try flavored cream cheese
spreads. These are prepared from cream cheese softened and
blended vwith sweet or sour cream) end other ingredients chopped
very fine or niched to e paste. Good mixers include olives, nuts,
green peppers, canned pineapple, onions, pimentos, lox, sardines,
watercress, cucumber, etc.
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, your .kitchen kosher-clean is a cinch with kosher and
parve B: 0*0 New, improved Bab-O rinses dirt away lightning fast
becaui tains "D-Ter" which dissolves grease and rinses it
... The dull, greasy, gray film which clings to your
sink s porcelain look old and dingy is gone before you
O is certified kosher and parve by the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Make your home a
( I homeone for a kosher-clean kitchen and one in the
om for all other cleaning.
If j are troubled with palmetto bugs in your home, place
; tablets around your floor.
C nned spinach can be made more interesting by draining ott
|Uid and adding a can of undiluted cream of mushroom soup
; <( a double boiler, mixing constantly. It's smooth, creamy,
table. ,
A Perker-Upper
1 i perk up your salads and sauces, why not add Hellmann's
Blue Ribbon Mayonnaise. This rich, satisfying mayonnaise is eouailj
good for cooked vegetables, soups and as a spread for bread. You re
sure of kashruth with this mayonnaise, for it contains no starchy
filler and is always fresh and wholesome. This product has been
i d as kosher and parve by Rabbis Reichman and Cnarlop
of New York.
Are you looking for drapes? The loveliest plastic drapesin
solid colors, as well as the most attractive patterns and stripes-
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for your rooms and are just the thing for budget-wise housewives.
arg-
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denounce anti-Communist state-
ments never pro-Communist
statements. He told members of
the organization that the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith |
and the American Jewish Com-
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?JewistincrkMon
FRIDAY, MARCH 2
From the Psychologist's Desk
Housework... Or?
Dr. Seymour it. Blumrnthai, ac- be a number of disadvantages
SXf'Vii^}}}?? ,Ssyv.^l".t. from such a choice. A husband
full time practise In Miami 18 At _..!_ i_i .v *
upecuiist in adult and child problem.. ; may object because he feels that
As part of hi. work, be give, mar- ms friends will consider him in-
cSE^iK:^-.!?- pSych"!^ adequate to discharge his duty
testing and vocational counseling, a i as the main wage earner in the
professional psychologist for the past j familv. He mav also consider this
19 years, Dr. Blumenthal is a j thrat in hie rnlo a a hui-
diplomate In clinical psychology of as a tnreal in nis role as a nus
the American Board of Examiners : band. You mav find yourself
in professional Psychology. He win overburdened with the dual prob-
be pleased to discuss any questions .___. .____...___ ,.uf___
sent in by readers through this \ lem of handling your outside em-
column during this series, please ployment and household responsi-
ho:. Blumenthal. The Jewish Finfldlan.
P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18Editor's
note.
Dear Dr. Blumenthal:
Perhaps you would like to
discuss another problem ... I
u-ould judge it is not unusual
after discussing it u-ith other
women. I have been married for
12 years and have a son eight.
My husband is a successful
small business man. The prob-
lem? / cm bored at home: I
want to do something besides
housework. Sly husband and I
are in disagreement on this
question.
ANSWER:
bilities. Who will supervise your
child's after-school activities?
Who will care for his emotional
and physical needs while you are
working? How about the physical
and emotional drain on you and
i your family? The above questions |
' will have to be considered i
whether you choose to take full j
or part-time employment.
3. Outside interests Many (
women find the answer to their |
boredom with household duties
by engaging in volunteer com-
munity activities such as in syna-
gogues, women's social and poli-
tical organizations and auxiliaries.
There is a tremendous need for
As you indicate, yours is a' such help in making your corn-
problem with which many other : munity a better place to live in.
women are trying to cope. I am | If you choose to do this, you
afraid that too many married should not consider it as a tem-
couples do not know how to ap- : porary undertaking or do an ama-
proach the handling of such a teurish. haphazard job. You
problem. For the average house- should seek out an organization
wife, housework alone is not that has a well founded, ade-
enough to keep her fully and con- I quately planned and supervised
structively occupied. When there program. But again, you must
are young children, there is such consider some possible disad-
a possibility. But your eight year vantages: Will the time schedule
old youngster is. as most normal interfere with your personal re-
childcen. probably concerned with sponsibilities to your home, your
school and friends. Ordinarily, he husband or your child? Can you
requires your attention and minis- pace yourself so that you won't
n for a relatively brief part overdo to the disadvantage 01 I
of your day. ] your project or to your own 1
M st married people are eagerly physical and mental well being? '
awaiting the day when they car. have suggested some possible i
and take advantage of the outlets above with some of the ;
time that they could not advantages and disadvantages of1
fford because of fam- jeacn- Basically, boredom or any,
r. they | other negative feeling is symp- I
are at a loss as to how to make t.matic of dissatisfaction. As "these [
time. dissatisfactions increase, they'
_ The housewife is in a particular ma>' seriously threaten the happi- |
ma. Having been preoc- ness in tne home and even the'
:h her family and house- marriage. While you may con-;
she has not permitted her- s'der any of the above outlets, it'
self to thinkof how she might is suggested that you and your (
needs and make a husband discuss any move "you I
social n. will make carefully and con-
In g re are three scientiously.
major ways in which your time You may find that you and!
tructively absorbed, your husband will have difficulty
You may consider in arriving at a decision. Per-'
1. tnlargtng your familyThe haps, you are not too clear as to
greatest challenge is for women to your needs or how to attain them
IT3 aJ?-al P:'ofession of mother- Under such circumstances vou
hood. This means having more may both find it to vour mutual!
than one or two children which advantage to discuss and have'
is so characteristic of the Ameri- I your problem evaluated with ;
can women today. To do this job Professionally trained and quali-
weii implies adequate training in ; fied person.
child development and use of the- '---------------------
very best knowledge of guidance,
education and cultural enrich-
ment.
Isaac Levin Lodge Will
Meet Wednesday Night
Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
will meet on Wednesday, March
7, at 8:15 p.m. in the Sunshine
Room of the Ingraham Building.
President Phillip Schiff will
announce forthcoming service
projects to be undertaken by the
lodge. Secretary Robert Levin will
report on plans for the installa-
tion of officers. Paul Louis, Anti-
Defamation League chairman,
will submit a report on the 1951
human relations project being
sponsored by the Isaac Levin
Lodge.
Meeting Postponed
The open meeting slated by.
Coral Gables Post 243 of the
Jewish War Veterans for Tues-
day evening. March 6. at the
Coral Gables Jewish Center has
been indefinitely postponed, ac-
acording to an announcement by
A. Melvin Morris, commander.
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"The Old One-Two," starring
Ronnie Liss, is the latest program
in the New Frontier series to be
heard Sunday, March 4, at 3:30
p.m. over station WKAT.
Produced by the Institute for
Democratic Education, this pro-
gram is presented through the co-
operation of the Anti-Defamation
League Committee of Tropical
Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Clevelanders To Meet
All Clevelanders residing in the
area are invited to an open meet-
ing of the Cleveland Social Club
on Thursday, March 8, at 8 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Y, according
to an announcement by Samuel
B. Bloch, president.
Lodge Will Meet At
Beach Athletic Club
North Shore Lodge B'nai
announces that its meeting
North Shore Lodge B'nai
mounces that its n^C*^
first Monday of each 2
be held at the Miami Be^w*1"
letic Club, 6820 lj^%^
Drive, according to rL~?*
Leonard Tobin. president 'dent
The lodge will join with ..
women's chapter on the -^
Monday of each month at iw9
Beth Sholom. l ""*
GOBPOW HOOFmcTiUffi
SHEET METAL WOim
will mv. a ZZm^TT-JM
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Temple israei (Reform). 137
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Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
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.,11 TempU Israel servlcea.
North Shore Jewish Center
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St. and Di.kens Ave. Philip Fried.
Spiritual Leader.
vt 20 p.m.
R P I I Will i
...k .hi "The l.itaclel
,at .11 follow the
ervlces
at '.:i". followed by -i inlor I'
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Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Are- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at
Temple Isaiah (Reform). Town Saturday mominr at 8J0 the
iciupc ="* T-_,.i_ d.,j will preach on the Portion '
& Beach Club, 1 Lincoln noaa. u_ k A| 4 )(m the vaUhl will Hpeak
rabbi
of the
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. on "Charity in the Time ..r Moses
Today." Mimha at 4:30 p.m.
Mann. ,_ ., ,.,ft followed bv Shalos Seudo* and
t' 'Maarlv services. Dally service 7:30 a.m.
followed by class in Mlshna. Mincha-at
.-.. rviees Friday
Rabbi Mann's subject will
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Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Joseph Malek, cantor: Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
at S:15 p.m.
Skop '" ilonie
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and W.-dneadaysby class In Laws ami
Customs, and on Mondays and Thurs-
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the Talmud.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative), 2020 Polk St.
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig:
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Frldiv evening services at 5:30. Late
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Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
' '

1
-
I
a.m. H every eek -da >
n \ lull He Wed-
nesday 7:t"> p in.
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
even ng vl al I Late
Slstei
- bbath Mrs Joseph Schwadron,
i. ill speak. Th.- <
* oi a -in the s<
IVI un Welntraub, Jack
Isidore Fogel, Benjamin Golden,
Becker, Michael Blank, ll-r-
'!. M.i \ \. a I _-. LOUlS
Oncg Shabbal
- ay mornln* .it 9 the
II s| sk on thi Poi tlon <>f the
M it 5 p in followed by
Khalos Budos and Marrlv.
M- bn iv s. ho. i .1.. 6 p mi.
Dally services 7:30 a.m and o p.m.
Bar M tzval Sundaj at >-:3.
Miami Beacn Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Late Friday evening service at S:30.
Ral.l-i Lehrman will pn i h Saturday
rabbi in
preach ot thi w.....s Portion of thi
!;i> blbli p n
: bj Shalos S'udos Dallj
1 i s ;i in and fl i' in
Bi ikfaal set > Ice Sunda) 1:11
.i in. in the chapel, followed by break-
. i patio .' I Ber\..... 9 SO a.ni
Saturday inorninc in the assembly
hall of the school building Daily
.- hool Monday through
Thurwlav from 3:S0 to 6:.1" 'Sunday
Khool !> to 13 noon, H:nh h, hiiol for
Ji wish studies Sunday iu am.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St.
Miami Beach.
7 n m. ami 5 "
morninjf at 9 a.m.
(> in.
Saturday at 4 p.m. there will be a
ry hour for children of (he entire
! ifri tnenta win be
lerved ind Hebrew dances and songs
hi iiy Bobble Lauer
t". M in. and Sahlos Si idoi
wrvlee .it I
i
eld by Mi 0 '
West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)-
Rabbi Ezra LifsHtx.
at 8:11
i : re
the I ibhl prea h-
the Wei k. Sun-
i ., m
F"rrst Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
26th Ansiiversai
THeAte
CUSTOM TAILOBl
26 Years oi Servicel
the World's Most I
Distinctive Clien:e|
1104 Lincoln Roat'
Ph. 5-3812
I
i-..i afaai Iv, 11 ill;
: 5. ij Bnnda} ni? kis
8:30.
Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orl
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. I
H. Horowitz.
Bervlces h-.M p n I *j
services at 7:30 n m "'1 ";^1.
Cong. Monticello Put I
163rd and 10th Ave. Rer.l
D. Katz.
Kridav evening bi
I.-ito Friday evi 'I
B '! Sat ir.l.i I
sun lay sihool :it 10 a.m. wl
. venlng services st :J0
Congregation Kneseih
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid J
Miami Beach. Rabbi 1*1
Ever. Abraham Seif, Caa|
F*:iila\' evi nlng wr\1 ^
Oneg Sabbath foi I
urday mot nlng 4 les> **
Ral.hl Ever will I
of the Week at 4 1
followed bv Shalos -
follow: Maarh
Ices. Daily servlcen at *;l-U
by class in M shi r",Z
eha at 5:0 followed !> '''"j
Lawa and Cusl
Sunday and Th 11
In Talmud
rabid. Dally 1
Monday througl Tnun
I. Sunday si 'u '--. 1
>n dalb In 'he <>"
Congregation 1
Sunday the bn thi hood "j
services at I ** v-
and cultural prneram. r
Flagler-Granada Jew*'
50 N.W. 51st P:ace.
slondaj '.,L -
7:30 a.m. Baturd
day it I 1
followed by M J __..,,
North Dade Jewish
(Conservative). 13630/.
Highway. North Miami, j
rrlday evei
Safirday tnon 1 ,^-...tfl
Temple Beth El (C^
630 Fern St.. West Pal

Rabbi Manue. Gre..e* I
Prldaj 1

I .' i> at 9 IS p.m. Hebrew
s dally from 4 p.m to 1:10 p m
Sunday school from t:4I t.. II noon
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens. 5028 N.W. 7th R .'.'' .K"VH" ffn
Ave.
crdale and Hollywood (Reform).
Ir.iit r... ,^ 1801 So- Andrews Ave.. Fort
31 as W ,iierT,C0nMrM,1Ml Lauderdale. Dr. Mariu. Hanson,
3198 S. W. 24ih Terr rabbi.
.tSp-m Dr Ranson
,-.,; w,,ll.P!:e"c_h--.H'rew session. Sal
Ifeekly Por-
M
M. .,:, I \|. >
r MiVivah
2'BVb* S ** by Shah*
imrt sehool at 10-.rm

151*
Baturdsy
achool 3 I" 11
day school 10 .
Congregation J oungj,
thodox). 4001 Chase A'
Beach. h, ., y
Bervlci !?.*.! 3
day at 9 a.m.
followed h>
Sunday to T
followed bv ^;
ah t-oung larael -;'Vb,r
are invited to "*ngdOfl
TTeretn Iw"'..^^ H
lu
Miami (Orthodox).
Avenue. .at i^
PVlday
Saturday 9 a.m

[0
am.: religious school Sunday 1:4..
Downtown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David). 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Z.lkowits. | *<" "JJ, Reiiqiou Co
Friday evening- s.-iyn,- ,.< ji; s-it W- i j Ct
urday at : Vm.^The ra'l.b w 11 Mtl W. *** S^
sJTdJ- ^ '"* ,,BrtM" w* etee *'tur**
tud> Bn.ui. meets at 4:45 with Mm, lia o'clock.


PRH>AY, MARCH 2. 5I
UquA, Handwriting.
Have David Meyer, trained and
lexpericncwl handwriting special-
list, give you a check-up. Send at
least 12 lines written with pen
land ink-no ball pointin self-
^ddressed. stamped envelope with
|50 centsno stampsto David
Meyer. The Jewish Floridian,
P.O. Box 2973, Miami Florida.
The other evening I dropped
Into my neighborhood synagogue
there a very interesting man
Hclivered a very interesting lec-
ture. The speaker was Alfred
Canter, a refugee from Vienna in
|he Hitler days. Kanfer, along
kith other Viennese and Hun-
garian graphologists, had been
Corking for many years on the
fceory that handwriting not only
kjveals the psychological consti-
tution of the individual, but also
oints to physiological disturb-
jices in the body. Specifically,
Kanfer and his colleagues were
lying to track down cancer and
Eberculosis as disclode in the
landwriting.
TH COHENS
******& fkridinti
PAGE 9 B
*

tfyv, SvUJL' dis*y*/
>
-VO.
/~-
[The work of Kanfer and many
his was interrupted
the Hitler plague. Some of
I I i escape to this
[anfer among them. He
| American medical
< ties in his work, but
untry is .still
I tage of recogni-
\ intered indiffer-
|i ism.
I he had a posi-
I gy as an aid
worked at
' mid sustain
f i ral y< ars
I iinl Diseases
I in that he had
I I ita to con-
, ceptical, he
ntial medical
showed them
.results '.i h research. They
re impressed. Kanfer received
1 hip and is now teaching
hospital his
Inh 'l''' hy mCanS 0{
[ lure, Kanfer gave us
eneral picture of his work. The
I not one for a de-
leexposit.on. Also, the terms
Ivem V'"P at the hospital
thud-' '"\"'"m teaching^ his
bit V'''''1' tXceDt at the
IvT"", its Physicians
I lie terms are understand-
Inods u l''/,Ch and diagnostic
ether m de'ermining
V or d '"! symPto in-
Itoo < m r"1 ,nd'cate cancer
Jput in,',"]PHk'l a"d delicate to
II public. handS f the een"
|pJhoWvh0!Rists'workingvvith
le om S* an ar>alytic tool,
IC S.iEftS conelus10ns
IRnd* it nthe indins '
>e findini i Collcagues. Among
IdhSSSP are the following
ftps wh^9Xa^2d
B disii, L the wr'tmg in-
*olog al ^ whether of a
' This si,' Phys'o'ogical na-
r* only SSW f COUrse' is
hcornpan d Z *58S*ntim
peal signs m/ her assy-
Ph<>logy h-, N one sin ^
Pive mointn-ny Psitive or
P* oC2 g '" itself-
>" r d'*ovy was that
sk is firi'.trok*s' when no
r--'d. als dnnar!Iy to he ex-
[Physica ^,,nt to emotional
|f the f I. malfu"ction.
wnUPngKtW0 lines- lhe
-------^_rnia. The second1
Vandals Overturn
209 Monuments In
Jewish Cemeteries
NEW YORK CITY nCWlearby resdential Ozone
SSfei Que*tns- this wefik blamed
children for an estimated $40,-
000 in damages as vandalism
swept two Jewish cemeteries
here.
Tombstones were overturned
and broken, iron fences were
smashed, and other damage was
done to 273 graves in various parts
of the Bayside Cemetery, Morti-
mer Gold, superintendent of the
cemetery, reported to police.
In nearby Moken Scholem Cem-
etery *36 stones were overturned.
The older memorials suffered the
greatest damage, many of the
marble structures crumbling when
hurled to the ground.
A third Jewish cemetery, Aca-
cia, escaped damage.
Following the vandalism auth-
i announced that |
would be stationed at the i
24 hours a day to guard
against any recurrences.
Residents in the neighborhood
told police that several ti
l> lya had tx i n seep playini
m the e -meti on Saturday
shortly prior to the acts of van-
dalism.
OBITUARIES
71 "5?5L*2fiS-H 8CHULMAN
horl: iM Kuclw Ave., who cam*
here 8 years ago from .Newark N I
PasKe.l away on February 26. He Was
conductor of bible clasae., at Youne
JS5 Heth Jacoh Cr*matjSS
i i ?,nn, """orary member of Beth
Jacob. He leaves his wife, Dora, five
were sVn, f^ttSSSf *h" m'n
were sent to Newark for services and
Interment by Miami Beach Riverside.
MRS. ANNIE SHEPARD
of X21 I.inox Ave.,
visitor
winter
visitor from Tauni.,n, Mass.. passed
awa> in a local hospital on the 23rd
She leaves a son, David. The remains
were sen to Taanton for services and
Interment by Miami Beach Riverside.
natha"n~schrier
66, ..i i,.:i Washington Ave., a visitor
gwn the Bronx, passed away on
."'"''"y -' He .i, b veteran oi
the first World War and leaves his
wife. Hilda and one son, Donald The
remains were sent to the Bronx for
services and Interment by Miami
Beach Riverside.
harry freedman
'' of T"l itih St., fornv My of l>.-
ind a retired
I i In .i local
lit to
' Ini :. m by
Miami I:, ich Kivi

CARRIE FANTLE
'>! Collins Ave., a winter
n .ENRV GOLDMAN
6J, of 22f>0 B.W. lth Terr., tiassod
away in a local hoaj.imi, on February
Zl. He was the owner of a radio store
and leaves his wife, Kuv, and a
ataten JuUette Rosenson, of Miami
Kaen; also a brother, Robert, of
IJeyerly Hills Rabbi Morris Bkop of-
ilciated at the services which were
held at "The Miami Riverside." In-
terment took place at Grace-land
-Memorial I'ark.
**RON STONE
38, of mo 15th St., Miami Beach,
passed away in a local hospital on
the )rd. He was a veteran of World
War II. He tonves his wife, Florence.
The remains were sent to Philadelphia
by Miami Reach Riverside for services
and interment.
IRVING M. ZIMMERMAN
58, or ,,32 Tatum Waterway Drive
passed away on the 23rd in a local
hospital. He was a winter visitor from
Newark where he was engaged In the
men s clothing business, i leaves his
wife, Irene and three sons, s.-wi.....r
Robert, Leroj Jerome and Norman
David; one brother Harry; and one
sister. Mrs. Etta Cohen. The remains
were senl t.. New Tori foi ser>
and Interment by Miami Beach Rivi r-
side.
The Jewish War Veterans are
still elated over their sacci
national handball tourney last
season. As a result. JWV'is re-
ported planning another for this
Spring under the leadership of
Harold Srenco of St. Louis, JWV
national athletic chairman.
line was submitted by a woman
who had undergone'a successful
cancer operation.
Note that both specimens, while
differing in most respects, have
the exaggerated lower loops. Also,
in each specimen, the lower loop
is broken in a rather unexpected
manner. In each instance, the
break seems to have been caused
by a rhythmical lapse or perk-
as if the very rhythm of existence
had been disrupted for a brief
moment. And when one pauses to
consider that rhythm and sym-
metry are prime indications of
healthy bodily and mental func-
tioning, one is not surprised to
find a-rhythmical and assymetri-
cal signs in the handwriting of
nlor maladjusted people.
>m Del -i away ,,
.
1 l..-wi
:
mi n I!.. :. main -. .
II
SftNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
2759 FLAGLER ST.
SAMUEL GERMAN
"f 727 Collins Ave i winter
n..in the H away in n
local hospital on the 23rd ll.
Th
si nt r. X. a York foi I i. and
interment bj Ml ml Hi
MRS. YETTA DAVIDSON
died mh d
s..n. ol Israel
active In the PI .
a... 2,
. llii.
.1. wi -ii I
II vi
Memoi ial 'Impel, Mia n r- n
ll in Mt. Sin
FRANK COMN
58. of 7.19 N.W. 2nd St., passed
away In a local hospital. He came
hero two weeks ago from the Bronx,
and was the owner of an auto ac-
cessory store. He Is survived by his
Wife, Minnie. The remains were' sent
to New York for services and inter-
ment by "The Miami Riverside."
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PAGE 10 B
*Jewlstn FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951
LEGAL NOTICES
JEWS IN SPORTS
By BILL
It couldn't happen to Nat Hol-
man's City College basketball
team. Nor could it happen to Clair
Bee's Long Island University five.
But it did. Now big-money
basketball is deep in c::s:s > -i
result of the "fix" scandal that
shook the sport from coast to
coast .
In a statement issued to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agencj
CCNY spokesman ;n behalf of
Holman. the veteran .
agreed with those wh i
game out of Madison Square
Garden and back ii
gyms. This was oni
proposed amidst loud de-
mands for a nat:on-\v
d :. against bribe
rts. Hoi:: -
rent in baskel
will not be c;\.

With three City tars took
es out of
t shifted 1 '.....
and Herb Col
- ]
'
to fin
t NY ...
Tune in
"Jewish Forum
On The Air"
Station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
WOLF ""*
In Israel, where basketball isn't
enmeshed in bettin. Bjrnd
the game is already the com
leading sport There are now
m re than 230 organizational
: teams. There are s :- basketball is pri-
sports in the
new st iti Night g in -
lar on illuminated C >u '- S
. -. .- -' I -' '
light bj I le ag< rs foi a nu
if reas ns Or.
.
oeople :
'
less s|

Still on basketball Adolph
r :' S;
I ist n
am in I! st n

I '
. W Ifai B
V : :
> *

. :... Sports-
: :. .'.'
in l The club
l the pi
'
I
Bro k-
I r-old Sid Rubin-
.:. his
father'
- :. I
nto the
He
n i st pped by J.
....
mp Barney R
: vi ing ::.....
.: lent.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
S TIIK CIRCUIT COURT <>r Till.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN IND 1"K DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCBIRT, Ho,
139018.
Brothers Reunited
By Alert Wite
,' vdrk TITY (AJP) I MILDRED BORUCKI,, Plaintiff, vn.
NEW \UKis. tiii """ STANLEY BORUCKI, Defendant.
Thirtvvears , Aa* roppntlv SM William Street.
brothers was ended iecenu\
when the wife of one. an avid
newspaper reader, discovered a
clue which led to an unusual
LEGAL NOTICE
Bridgeport, Cimn
FOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been ri:.-i against you, and you are
required to serve oopj of your
Vnswer on the plaintiffs attorney,
hone conversation and prom- j and n^th. ori. gMn ^office of
NOTICE zzsrjtx***
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVR-* iw
the undersigned. desiring ,, .."1 '"at
be-
i,. fore the 18th da) of March, 1881,
m default ol which this Hill of com-
plain) iii be taken aa eonfoaaed
against yOU. ,
Dated this Mth day of February,
i: B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
ised to produce a re-union
the brothers this summer.
Three di "> passed since
r and Sigmund Singer had
seen one another. Victor, now a
nufacturer of Jamaica.
is brother. S.g- (Circuit Court *..)
mund. 82. long since dead. "> ,,,.,,, ,.|llk
But .
n he.
ind prepared to give the evening M,.,mi. r
ugh going-over. In :: !: i>;-:':i
she noticed an obs-
cure I ut an elderly man
greatest pleas-
spite his more than
rs, was to stroll 15
to 20 : iles a day.
Something clicked in Mrs.
ailing the tales
o-oip, o,...-~ ----------- i ,,|, i
week Mrs. Anna Singer THEODORE .r SAKOWITZ,
. Il.,ia rnnm Atloiney fur Plaintiff,
jr modest living loom r ^,.yi,M Building,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No.
2.1535.
In Re ESTATE OP
.MAX BASS,
l teceaeed.
To All I 'i editoi i ind All Pen ona Hav-
".iim.~ or Demands Against Said
Majors Cabin Restaurants V.iTmW
42 Lincoln ltd., Miami B*achtat.2S
to register said name with ,>, ,r,nd,
K|uri.l"aClrCUU CUrt "f ;
MAJORS CABIN QRil I. twn
BERICK AND SHAPIRO NC-
420 Lincoln Road.
2/23 3,2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW US
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN Him
the undersigned, desiring ,
Dullness under the flctllio ;, '
Majors Cabin Grill at R 5? ,2
Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach Intends!.
reglHter said name with ;.. puS 2
the Circuit Court of Dado Coum?
Florida ,nt!'
MAJORS CABIN GRILL I\c
BERICK AND BHAPIRO
4:'" Lincoln Road.
! 23 I :'-!-! '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN- TIIK CIRCUIT COURT HP tup
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL iMBr ?
IN AND FOR DADE 'urvrJ
1I."RIDA. IN di \ pV i,;
138873 "
MARY M. CAltDILI.o.
SEBASTIAN CARDILLn
Defendant.
SUIT POR DIVORCE
TO: SEBASTIAN CARDll.l.o,
312 Weal 43rd Stri I
N. Vm k City. \, h
YOU ARE HEREBY v .
Simon Seiden
MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
"WE SPREAD"
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
i nol
nutes later he was in contact
with one of the major news-
ring services in serch of
additional data. The news agency,
in turn, contacted Sigmund
Igh the local newspaper at a
B'rith home for elderly men
in Memphis.
Hours later the two brothers
speaking with one another.
Even at the sound of his "dead"
brother's voice, Victor wasn't sure.
He felt his way warily.
"What was the name of your
father?" Victor queried.
"Julius." came Sigmund's rapid
reply.
"And what was your mother's
name?"
With the same lack of hesita-
tion Sigmund said it was "Julia."
That clinched it for Victor. He|ptltlon f
tojld Sigmund who he was and
how he had believed his brother
"dead."
Sigmund. a sob in his voice,
said he "didn't think" he had
anyone left.
The long lost brothers plan a
reunion this summer when Victor
and his alert wife. Anna, plan to
motor to the Jewish aged home
tj visit Sigmund.
, and file the name In his -.ff*i-
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, 1-......la, within eight calendar
months from the date ..i the first
publication hereof. Said claims oi
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or sami
will be bai i ed.
Date February 22, A 1> 1951.
CLARA B VSS,
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Max Bass, Decenm d.
MORTON ROTHENBERG,
am.,i ni ( f"i Administratrix
:: 2-9-11
Person Sought
Information is being sought of
the whereabouts of David Dolling
jn behalf of his wife. Rose P.,
NOTICE OP FILING PETITION FOR
DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'H COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN rROBATE, No.
I
l.\ RE: ESTATE "F
CARSI >N BRAD1 \ >RD, SR
I >...',..(-. I
Notice is hi reby given thai we hav
filed our Final Return aa Executors of
the Bst He ol CAR* N BRADFORD.
SR., deceased; that we have filed
distribution and for dis-
charge and that on April I, 1951, "r
as ---.ii thereafter as we may !"
heard, we will apply t, the Honorable
w. F. Blanton, county -lu-iK'- of tho
st.'ti*. i'f H.ri,la for approval >f said
Final Return -tnil for an Order of
Distribution and for Final Disi-harK*
as Executors of ill.- Will of CARSON
BRADF< din. SR deceased.
DATED the 2lnd day of February,
1951.
MARION PATRICK BRADFORD
CARWUN BRADFORD, JR.
DAVID P. CAT8MAN
Attorney for Executors
lid Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
i 2-9-16-2J
Mai i h, 1951. if you fa
judgment by default wl
on for th<
in the Bill of i !ompl
This not ice .shall I
each week for four
In The Jewish Florldiai
DONE AND ORDERED
Florida, Iliis tOth da)
1951.
K. 11 LftATHERM .
Circuit < 'oin i. I lade I
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. i
Di
MYERS. HEIMAN ,<
KAPLAN. ESQ6.,
(50 Seybold Building;,
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/2J 3 2-9-l

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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE M HEREBY GIVEN that
j _;_____j_.._u.... t^ ,,- "'" uiid.-rslgnfd, di-siilnu to ,.nauRe In
and minor daughter. Mr. Dolling, business under the fictitious name of
who has not been heard from APEX PRINTING BERVICE at M
since August. 1949. is a dance N' ,:, uth *'."'' Miami, Florida.
,-,,,.. u u i- int.ndH to rfglster Raid name with
instructor. He was born December th,. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
16. 1916. is 5 feet 94 inches tall County, Florida.
weighs 165 pounds, has black Mvux FxnErt"AVID MAnKS
.. brown eyes, mustache. Any- Attorney for Applicant
one aware of, this man's present 4,;- cmRress Bidg.
address is requested to com-"/2"'*1*
;municate with the National De-
sertion Bureau. 105 Nassau St.,
New York City.
LEGAL NOTICE
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...........................................................
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ih -. und*r the fictitious nai
Martin s Beauty Salon at 36 S
rard, Blscaj ne K. y
Floiida, intends to register
aid name with the n.rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
- a ?1''"HAV BUDNER, Sole Owner
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
ss under the fictitious name of
Little Bake Bhop al 11*7 '"oral Way,
I Miami. Intend to register said name
i with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I >ade County, Florida.
JACOB I,. I.IFSET
JOE F)X
MTKBS. HEIMAN AND KAI'LAN,
6S0 Seybold Bldg.
2/23 3/3-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 01\
the undersigned, desiring to '
business under the flctit names
Cabin Grill Restaurant at R
12 tends to register said na Kith tk
clerk of the Circuit Court of Pa)
County, Florida.
map >Its CABIN fJRILL, IXC
BERICK AND BHAPIRi >,
120 Lincoln Road.
2 '23 3 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,*,NVIVK. ''" '^''-"V GIVEN that
.hn un.lerslgned. during to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
7.J*IIwa>' ""I1- station at 1699 B.W
r,m. tw Ln,'n.f ,0 '""'''*' said
name with th^ Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad* County, Florida
KltNKST DeJACOMA
3.2-9-16-21 W"''-IAM J BIGGIO
NOT,5=o,,F,JNTENTION T> MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
RE?E^ArTE,^ln>A-N0- 1189<-
ANNA KOHETZKY.
Deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
SlSjinK r,nal r'port an'' P"ition for
Hiial Discharge as Executor of the
estate^ of ANNA KORBTZKY. de-
^'"T1;^*.""1. ,hat on th Jrd day of
Ah,i"w*sv' rnr'" *ppIy t0 th* Hof-
tZ}Z WA B1nton, County Judge of
^d",JC2un;y- ><. for approval
of said final report and for final dls-
ftSJf? f.9 E'cutor of the Estate of
A-NNA KORETZKY. deceased
ThU 2Jrd day of February, 1951
EURY STONEIIARRY K<>RB-
Attorney for Executor
1010 Congress Bldg..
Miami.. Fla.
3/:--lS-2J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIItc'lIT COFRT OF THE
F.LEVKNTH JFDICIAI, CIRCl'IT
OF FI/IRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
139023.
MARTIN MANASSE, Plaintiff, Vs.
ERNA SALINGER MANASSE, De-
fendant.
SUIT V\)R DIVORCE
TO: Erna Salinger Manasse
Jewish Refugee Center,
11*0 Taft Avenue
Manila, Philippine Islands
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
elalntlff's Attorney. CHRRTKOF AND
A1.ISH, 607-08 ulympla Bulldlag,
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer or I'leading In the office of
the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court on or
before the 30 day of March. 1951. If
J0" '" to do so, Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
f*c2. we*k for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridian.
2 AN1> (>R1>KRKD at Miami.
SEP**" lh,s 2s da>' of February. AD
_ E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Oade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE.
CHERTKOF ANO KAlis*AU,,r ^^
*0 -OS Olynpla Building
Miami. Florida
A.t.to,Tn.#y?-fBT Plaintiff
s/j-j-it-a '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVl
the undersigned, desiring i ronfel
business und,-r the fictitl* is franif
.Majors Restaurant at R
Llnooln Road. Miami I'..
to register said name i
Of the Circuit Court of 1
Florida.
MAJORS CABIN GRILL, IN<-
BERICK AND SHAPIRO
42ii Lincoln Road.
2/23 3'2-9-16__________________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCI/IT COURT ''
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCT
IN AND FOR DADi: CiUCTJ
FLORIDA. IN CHAN''Kill. v
ELIZABETH C. WOLPER, Plaint*
vs. LEONARD It WOLPER, W
fnndant.
TO LEONARD M. WOLPER,
DEFENDANT: ,,
Y..u at- required >
of your Answer to the Bill "f '"!
plaint upon plaintiffs attorney,, aw;
TON Hi iTHBNBKIWl. I-'' '-""^
Road. Miami Heach, Hor D. aniii"
the original In the office of the iw
of the Circuit Court <"> or iw".
March IS, IM1; otherwis.. 'aJa
will be taken as confess.-,i BJ !'.
Dated this 20 day of February.*1^
lM1, E. B. LEATUKRM.^
Clerk of the Circuit <.oWi
(Circuit Court Seal) ,_ ,tt
By R' Hb?Pu{y &J
2/23 3/2-9-16 ___,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl I I ''LrfS
ELEA-ENTH JUDICIAL CI W-ffi
OF FLORIDA. IN AND P Vt^
COUNTY. IN CHAM BBi
MArIaN OREENBERO >:iamtiff.'
MICHAEL GREENBK1H..
Defendant. ___,n.-p
SUIT FOR PiYORCB
TO: MICHAEL GREENBKKO
c/o Foote. Cone A Beldlng.
International Corporation
Blenne, Swltaerland .llPRrj i.t|
You. MICHAEL qRBBNBHMyM
hereby notified that a HI" ,tier"
plaint for Divorce has '" ri
against you, and you are reQUi ^
serve a copy ef.jr*ST~JEZtm
Pleading to the Bill of .''^"^sCl
the plaintiffs Attorney, ';- r1orJ
amC. 82S Seybold Bldg M'J*.,, M
Ida/ and file the orjglnal Aa ^m
Pleading in the office of ,M|
of the Circuit Court on or ^
23 day of March. >9:>1.'/,',, will"!
do so, judgment by ^'""'Uef H
taken against you for '"mat. L
manded in the Bl 1 of gSSM|
This notice shall i>e i iifl
each week for four confcul .1
Circuit court. Dado County. I
(Circuit C-rt ^V.^T^*!
BBN E8BEN
823 Seybold Bldg..
Miami. Florida- .
Attorney for Plalntlft
1/U 1/3-9-M


pjy, MARCH 2, 1951
XilGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
*Jenisli fjpfjHfar?
i:iil>'.
i-u."r n'."* '' ''"''......
WII.UAM Z lih'KKTTS
Dlniul
rKi'frr- i' i enfant
Pine Slreel
iffllsTOWX. N. JBR.
If Kir-i' '" -------
i i serve a copy
,,,. ,., ,l,.. Dill of dS.
..... [)|vo.....I Ue plaintiffs
LJ .,,! .'.. file the original
1/In the office of tti
Circuit Courl on or
v.,f Mar.'. 1951; Oth
V complain) for prv*
r... l__...In .-l IW>
NOTICE UNDER nCT,T,OU.
DM* County. Blorlda
2/23 3/2-9-16 "K,tMAJt *Z
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
L .,- .,n fcr" in' I)"" "rfi"" "f ""' (Mclk "''
<..... >" or before the
itherwlse, the
...vorce hereto-
filled"herein wl" taken as
Lr -
Florida, this 14
Kl> at Ml' ml, Morld
MMmwrv. \ l'. 1*51.
f K H. I.KATHERMAN.
Clerk of 'he < "insult 4Jourt,
PadC County, Morida.
Lit Court Seal)
f" Sv WM '. STtXMUNG.
Deputy Clerk.
L.y fJOODMAN
CfTn Alton,.>
Kimpia Building
I nwMa
I /!
, LEGAL NOTICE
ln'sr5a'1 .""l '- responsible f,,r debts
incurred by anyone OtherUjan myself
2/16-23 3/2-9 '>A!m> Tlt":' 'K,:"
dHDEH of publication
lip I'lRCVIT COURT OP THE
Iv'kvtii JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|.i\l> FOR HADE COUNTY,
RIDA. IN' CHANCERY, No.
. "noKNKi-:i/i>. Plaintiff, vs.
JAM BOBENFSLP, l>fendnt.
FlI,I.I*M ROSEXFBLD
j of Msrx
West Columbia Avenue
\.f... llHnol*
:,!, hereby ordered nnd re-
I to serve .. ropy of your answer
1 Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
\ ,,f which is enclosed herewith,
intlff's attorney, and file the
In the office of the Clerk
I ill I 'o irl i I lade County.
., on or before the 13lh day en*
U51, otherwise the allegations
I Hill will Ih taken as confessed
ED: Pebi isry 12, 1951.
i: B I.KATHERMAN,
< .ir ,,fr s,aid nam wlth the Clerk
inoXclro"u court f uad ^Eg
SAM BRN
,,........ ***'" Owner
MANI-'EL LUBEL
Attorney for Applicant
/IS Han American Bank Bid,-
2/16-23 3/2-9 *'
NOT,CE ^iT^crTno^T-
8 W |-n, ; % Inc.) at 1B71
Wto^aS?'"Sfi '-"-ia/in!
Count*; i-wid' r'"" """' "< OmU
OBOROE J TAUamXBS. 8cHLAM
j- Uncoln itotoi
^'.jftr?' K,r,da
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,,.-., NAME LAW
ihe.n'irF: 'S ,ni:l:,;,!V fVH!N that
um undersigned, desiring to ennuxe in
l.usin,.ss under the Hotitloue name of
tM,%, V;;"':""" BUnd Laundry at 35
Ini ,','l '' ,S"''-'. Mtaml, Morl.la,
"""is torwiatar said name with the
Co'tSty?fFtorlda:lrCU,t ,'""" "f "^
2/23 3/2-9-16AHRY *****AN
I of til
It dun -
B) VVM. IV.
El, l RAND
. for I'laintlff
J:
I
i ii. uit Court.
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
at c/o Oeonte J. Tallanoff. no /'ini
Ut?ndBm^',U,n,i J^* "*
Clerk ,f n^VHT "^f*1 "" h the
Soun,y?frto,reidrrca,t Court f 1>ad
8IDNBY ORIIBER
orBJa^Hs.
420 Lincoln Koad
Miami Heach, Florida
2/l-23 3/2-9
E'SffiEtoI8OK,H^2fUT ,i,V1^-
S?ff en^e^ ^Sft &LC
fictitious"SmV 'of bU8'""Hf' umler lhe
ACE CAHPENTRV A HUIIJ5ERS
smsm
CBORCK TOSTI
ALFRED TOSTI.'
IRVINO CYPE^NERS
J20 JJncoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
J OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PPLICATIO\ FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
PJTY .in : RT, DADE
TV. H.i iRII i \ \,,. :'.:;i|2.
II' ZAVi
n that I
and i'. li-
K\. cutor
' Zavon, de-
J''""i that 16 day of
| Honor-
Judge "f
,: al of
I nal die-
Estate of
1951
, ROBER1 IVON.
MAN

Executor
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.uNOT',CK ls HBREBT GIVEN that
the underaigned, desiring t ..ngage in
morrS aS&Sj* fl''t'""- SSS of
Moititis iiiiTl.i, at 161 n.k esrd
street. Miami, Dade County Florida
bitma.i to wglatar said nArna wUh
gtg-V*^Circuit Court of DaS
sTAM,i.:v^^,l^''E'so,eow
VavStuS /l ':"a "tU-
CE ^ DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
that the
. (latins l>e-
l '' i::., aatoln,
bualneal aa
3treet Mi-
d wived by
I from the f.th
II debts due
ff"? firm win be
"ho Will
[ d bualneai
I nrrSame1""1" "* ""
ru,ejA,chKdai :-^""^- "
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPL.CAT.ON FOR FINAL
,x. nr... DISCHARGE
I.N ( .il \TY JUDGE'S ful-RT DADF
JULIUS Kl.KI.V,
i ii easi d.
NOTICE la hereby riven that l
have ,..i my final report and petition
roi Final Discharge aa Administrator
"' ,h;' atate of Julius Elkli .i.
',; ls',1- ,""! thai on the 9th day of
[1 apply to the Hono?'
.'!''; u '' I County Judge ol
1 '."'. county, Florida, fo? approval
ol aald rniai report and for final dia-
cnarge aa Administrator of the Estate
of Julius Kikin. deceaaed
This 5th da) of February, 19.11
___ RAYMOND ELK IN
DeCOSTAS, MAER FLOYD,
'"' Blacayne Bldg., Miami, Ma.
Attorney! for Raymond Elkln,
Admlniatcator
2/9-16-23 3, !
IN THFTri,?,T,jrUBLCAT'ON
CGTj5rYaDA'r^3^^^
131 895 ~ IN CHANCKRY, No.
"sta'^lfy^T^ISv"-, "b.tiff. vs.
lIfendLHnL ARNOI'D EWITCH.
TO- OT-fw/T^r011 DIVORCE
San l>iego. California
*ou are hereby notified that a
f v r / re"ulre" '" "erve a ,"..,,y
or your Answer or Pleading to the
tt'^ Amended Bill of Complaint
on tho ...aimlfrs A,n,,v. I.KSTE1
I *u-v >.- KApLAN, DIET/, \-
,,'mi u Bf,,-JS? ,'i'"-"ln Road, Mi-
""". |""-h. Florida an.l file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office- of the Clerk of tbe Circuit
&Urt ?5. '"' '" r'"" he 6 day ,f
March, 1951. if you fall to do ao7judg-
.......l by default will!... ,:iK..n ',.;!,',,',';,
Bul oTcomplahllf ,"",a....." ln ,he
Tills notice shall be published once
eacn week tor four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Plorldlan.
I.-I ,!-'-^l':.,ANI: ORDERED at Miami,
Honda, this 2 day of Febl uary, A.I.!
B. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
,,.--;.; ;n:r.si:a;l.. c,,,,,,y. norlda.
By rt. if. RICE, JR..
KA.'LAV. DIETZ* r^BW5fcgrfc
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8-23 :: J
iv T7n-TcMl,?/1.rUBL,CAT,N
,,,,'.' ( "<( I IT COURT OP THE
il- 1 V^'T,'1, """'< W- CUICUIT
oitnJtv1DA,,In an" k"k dadb
lUM ~ IN CHANCERY, No.
ISrVl',,,l;:-K,^,.'.l!,:IN'' '''alnliff. vs.
si,- '-,S l,;i:ix' Defendant!
Bl IT FOR DIVORCE
T?ni-\'!ts T"'''"-: SS
101 Dumont Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
nfYoJL*r? hereby notified that a BUI
fiu.i' ""f'nt for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Cmolalnt
w MAipFaKnt^;-s, &rii WSBra
". K;J3',U Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the ordinal
A iswer ,,r -leading in the office of the
t.ierk of the Circuit Court on on
v^,0r,e.,,he f1 **y of March, 1951. f
w H ^ T ^ ""' J"!1*"""" b.v default
will be taken against you for the
ptaint. Rnded ln thc "'" "f e-
eaTh'Li'il"?'' "."*" ^ Pub"hed once
fn th! %k forwf?ur consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Pktridian.
mria .ANU ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 19 day of February. 2$
flreou?. WEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(AZ^a! '-'""',' Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR.,
JOSEPH W. MA..EK, Eg* ^
3a0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Morlda
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/23 3/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
..''.'' K KNSTEIN
. ;u '"' Attorney
fJK?ruM?T,T,ou
f; 'j* Hi-..:.:v OIVEN that
Jnndw"! :; '" '"K-'fe III
|HI-S|.-., ,. '. ",.l,' name of
Kidnam "';"'' '"tends to
, A. FRIEDMAN
NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT rul'IIT OF THE
jlTIi JTOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADBCOUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 138465.
SAMUEL Hl'RWlTZ, Plaintiff, vs.
REBECCA HrilWITZ. Defendant
To: RBBECCA, HirRW'ITZ,
DEFENDANT
216 West 75th Street
New York, New York
YOU ABE HEREBY REQUIRED to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
plaintiffs Bill of Complaint for Di-
vorce on the plaintiff's solicitors, Turk
& Newman, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file your original
Answer In the office of thc Clerk of
the Circuit Court of the Eleventh
Jud4cl.il Circuit, I hide County, Flor-
ida, before the Sth day of March,
I951i otherwise, the Bill will be taken
as confessed by you.
DATED: February 6. 1951.
E B. LBATHERMAN,
,_ Clerk of the Circuit Court.
'Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIflE.
.. Deputy Clerk.
2/8-16-23 3/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT Cl lURT I >K THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. ,N CHANCERY, No
I M I .i
MAX KATZENELL, Plaintiff, vs.
i HARLOTTH KATZENELL, De
fendant.
To: CHARLOTTE KATZENELL
996 Aldus Street
Bronx, New York
Von are hereby ordered nnd re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Hill of complaint for Divorce,
a copy of which is enclosed herewith,
on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Morida, on or before the 5th dav of
March, 1951, othei wise the allegations
of said Bill will be taken as confessed
by you.
DATED: February 2. 1951.
B, B. LBATHERMAN,
,, rlorl< Pf the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
._____ Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
1007 Olympln Building
Miami 52, Morida
2/9-16-23 3/2
tN.TICE BY PUBLICATION
.T,'.',K..JTRCCIT COURT oh- THE
UVENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
."..^'.''"'-A, IX AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY, No.
''vl/Yvnh ':l;"'l<'-ANi-. Plaintiff,
^tolaharrel Strickland:
to. WVDJA^HARREL STRIckLAND
Euro, .North Carolina.
YOI are required to servi
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT court OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
!."''''!.''!UI)A' IN AND FOR DADE
gggy. IN fHANCERY. Xo.
WILLIAM I. BALLOT at ux. et al.
Plain tiffs, vs. WILLIAM CALSING,
et al, Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM CALSING, and If
married, bis unknown wife. If liviim.
and if dead, all unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, grantees, cedltors,
or other parties claiming by.
through, under or against said De-
lendant, who Is not known to bo
dead or alive; and all persons or
parties claiming by, through, under
or against the estates of MATILDA
CAI.SIXC and CAROL MCI'I,-
I/Ol'CH as heirs, devisees, legate.
grantees, creditors or otherwise;
and all persons or parties otherwise
claiming or having any right, title,
claim or interest in and to the
following described property situ-
ated, lying and being in Dade
< ounty. Morida, to-wit:
lots Thirty-two and Thirty-three
(32 & 33) In Block Thirty-three (33)
of Coral tables, Crafts Section, ac-
cording to the plat thereof recorded
\1 J!!al liouk 10 at Faite *0 of tho
1 ubllc Records of Dade County,
Morida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint to yuiet Title and Amendment
thereto has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copv
of your Answer or pleading to the
said Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs' attorneys. BALLOT, SILVER.
TATHAM, AKDO & MULLOY, 804
Ingraham Building, Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 14th
day of March, AD. 1951. If you fail
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief sought
In said Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Fkiridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Morida. this 13th day of February.
A.D. 1951.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
2/19-22 8/2-9 """"y ''',"<-
copy
. ..........i.io.-.i in Mivr a e<,
or your answer to thc Bill for Diva
on plaintiff's attorney, and to file
the original answer in the Ofl .
the lerk of the Clrcull Courl on or
before the 19 dav of March, 1951
otherwise, the BUI .....omplalnt for
Divorce, hi r I ,fore filed herein, will
be taken as confessed by you
DATED al Miami. Mori
day of 1 ,.|,i uai j. 1931,
B. B. LBATHERMAN,
,. ,. '"I,,1; "f Court.
(I Ircult Courl Si al)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
BMANUEL l.EVENsox" '
^' ne ir plaintiff
lie? Blacayne Bldg.
Miami, Florida.
|(
JTTENTION
[FORNEYS!
,ew ^ l*jal notice
^Predate your
** and guaraa.
cc** MTHW al
,r.Phond2.iU1
me88nger r^rlc*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Oh' THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 138473.
DORIS CARTER, I'laintlff. vs.
MASSIF. CARTER. Defendant.
TO: MABSIB CARTER,
c/o Sam Bransoomb
M5 Lafayette Blvd.
Fredericksburg, Virginia.
YOU are hereby required to serve a
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 Bill of Complaint for Divorce
heretofore filed herein will be taken
as ooofeaaed by you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, on this
6U> day of February, A.D. 1951.
E. B. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiff's Solicitor:
NORMAN R. LYONS,
914 Olympla Building,
Miami, Morida.
2/9-16-23 3/2
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTV JI.-IK'.E'S COURT. D \DE
COUNTY. FUiRIDA. No. 21234.
RE: ESTATE OF
NATHAN HORN,
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of NATHAN HORN, de-
ceased; nnd that on the 9th day of
March. 1951, will apply to the Honor-
able W. F. BLANTON, County Judge
of Dade County, Morida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the estate
of NATHAN HORN, deceased.
This 30 day of January, 1951.
LENA H1NKES
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Ma.
Attorney for Administratrix
2/9-16-23 3/2
... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR D\DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY; nS
UNITED LOAN CORP., torn.....ly
Known as NATIONAL FINANCE
CO., a Florida corporation. Plaintiff
vs. WILLIAM II KENDALL D. -
fendant.
TO; WILLIAM H KENDALL
(Address Unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for fore-
closure of mortgage encumbering one
1942 Bulek Club Coupe, Motor No
46486485, Serial No. 14362642, has been
filed against you. and you are re.
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint ,, plaintiffs
attorney. MARX EAI'.EK. 418 Con-
gress Building. Miami, Morida, and
file the original answer In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 19th day of March. 1951,
otherwise said Bill will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated his 13th day of February,
1961.
E. B LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKINC.
Deputy Clerk.
2/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
IITII JUDICIAL CIKCIIT IX AXD
Fl IR DAM-; COUNTY, II.' IRIDA.
I.N CHANCERY, No. 138'
MINNIE LoHAK, Plaintiff, vi
WILLIAM LOHAK, Defendant.
TO WILLIAM LOHAK
& BERMAN & CANTER, ESQS.
18 E. list St.,
N"i V I:. \\ Y.
V' 'i' are 1 quired to opy
of your answi r to thi 1 .in".
plaint for Dn Plaintiffs
I file thi
1 .
day
A.D. 19:
Bill of 1
: iki n as
by you.
DATED al Miami, Florida, on this
11 day of 1
E B. LEATHERMAN,
of 1 ilt 1 "ourt,
I "ade 1 "ount
(Circuit Court .-.
By WM. W.
MURRAY GO! IDMAN,
Plaintiffs Attorney
:'ii Olympic. Building
Miami. Florida.
2/16-23 3,2-9
STOCKING,

tt***/irs
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGE!
PHONE 9-3838
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M.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FliORIDA-
IN CHANCERY, No. 138702.
SHIRLEY L. VEUHTE. Plaintiff, vs.
HENRY VEOHTB, JR., Defendant.
TO: HENRY VBGHTE JR.
28 Prospect Ave..
Gloversville. N. Y.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, on the Plaintiffs
attorney and to file the original answer
in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 16 day of
March. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce heretofore
filed herein will be taken as confessed
by you.
DATED at Miami. Florida, on this
14 day of Feb., 1951.
II B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Morida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
MURRAY GOODMAN,
Plaintiffs Attorney
14 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida.
2/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Caribbean Distributing Co. at 305
N.W. 44th Avenue. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Morfda
JAMES E. WIGGINS
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
2/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
138530.
UNITED LOAN CORP.. formerly
known as NATIONAL FINANCE
CO., a Morida corporation, Plaintiff,
vs. ROBERT L, THOMSON, De-
fendant.
TO: ROBERT L. THOMSON
(Address Unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIMED
that a Bill of Complaint for fore-
closure of mortgage encumbering one
1946 Hudson 4-Door Automobile, Motor
No. 3163.S10, has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on plaintiff's attorney,
MARX FABER. 412 Congress Build-
ing-, Miami, Morida. nnd file the
original answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 19th day of March, 1931.
otherwise, said Bill will he taken as
confessed by you.
Dated this 13th day of February,
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,._ Clerk of the Circuit Court:
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
2/16-23 3/2-9 ~* C1'rk-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No
25503.
In Re: ESTATE OP
HERBERT RANG EL,
I 1 -a Red.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of HERBERT RANGBL, de-
ceased, late of Los Angeles County,
California, to the Hon. w. f. Blanton
Countv Judge of Dad.- County, and
file the same in his office In the
County Courthouse in Dad,, countv,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contu'n the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date February 14, A.D. 1951.
SHELDON N. LELCHUK.
As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A.,
of the Estate of Herbert Hangel,
Deceased.
SHELDON N. LELCHUK,
Attorney for
Anc. Administrator C.T.A.
2/16-23 3/2-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT
ol" FU>RIDA, IN AND MIR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
138624.
JOSEPH LIEBMAN. Plaintiff, vs.
IDA LIEBMAN. Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: IDA LIEBMAN,
570 KOSCIOSKO STREET
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
YOU nre hereby notified that a BUI
o' Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to Jhe Dill of Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton A
Friedman, 1023 Seybold Bldg, Miami.
Ma., and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the clerk
of thc Circuit Court on or before the
17th day of March, 1951. If vou fajj
to do so, Judgment by default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Morida, this 12 day of February. A.D.
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Ciroult Court Seal)
By M. C. BEIGE,
MILTON A. FR,EDMA^U,y Cler"-
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1021 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida
2/16-23 3/2-9
I
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TODAY. MARCH 2.
195
Division Walk, O-t O. AJC Hearing j *g?g\HJjg
'the Amaranth, will meet at Whit-
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)The
inter-organizational strife within
the American Jewish Congress
grew in intensity this week whn
Manhattan d i v i s io n officials
walked out on national committee
charges and later, through their
attorney, charged the national
leadership of AJC had -violated
basic American principles of due
process."
The latest flare-up came on the
heels of a reply to Rabbi Irving
Miller's public communication to --- t..
the AJC's Los Angeles member- <
ship in which the American Jew-
ish Congress leader referred to the
concern of the National Execu-
tive Committee over the "charac-
ter assumed by the American
Jewish Congress in Southern
California and the complexion of
its leadership."
In replying to Rabbi Miller's
communication, six top local lead-
ers of the Southern California Di- i
vision challenged the national
leadership to "conduct and to |
abide bv an impartial election in
Southern California at an annual j
convention."
Declaring that they had no de-
sire to "quarrel with our nation-,
al leadership, whatever the j
vocation." the six West C
leaders labeled Rabbi Miller s
charges as -false." "undcw
ed" "unproven" and "blank*
entire Southern California mem-
bership."
These charges." the St '
to the American Jewish P
read, -constitute a group libel i
upon a great group of men and
women who have volunta
::ied the American Jewish Con-
gress and have given years of'
devoted service to the principle;
for which Congress stands."
The statement was signed by
Harry Bauman. President of the
Pre?" Womens Div.: Sara Harris.
Pres., Women's Div.: Mel Spring- |
er, Chairman. Administration'
Committee: Lou Kerner, Pres..
.Men's Div.: and Myer Pransky. |
Pre?.. Pacific Region, and Mrs
Fred Pollack. Pres., Women's
Div.. Pacific Region.
Less than a week following is- J
suance of the protest from the i
Southern California Region, the
nhatt in Divisi r. stalked out of |
the airing of nati rial i icecutive
charges against the unit. The,
walkout cami I the Stephen S
Wise Cong:. ise here when j
the two-man boardVictor Blanc |
: Philadelphia and Aaron L -
ittes of New Yorkrejected
uni the request of
Manhattan Division for clarifi
tion of charges
Leaders of the national AJC
had previously alleged the Man-
hattan Division failed to car-
ry out the Congress' program in
good faith: violation of directive?,
and so conducting itself as to
cause disaffection among the
membership.
Counsel for the Manhattan Di-
vision, upon whose advice the Di-
vision walked out on the AJC
hearing charged later that the na-
tional AJC had violated basic
American principles of due pro-
cess" in refusing to define the
"vague and general charges.
A spokesman for the American
Jewish Congress contacted by an
American Jewish Press reporter
refused comment on the latest
friction within the organization.
He deplored the "irresponsible ac-
tion" of the Manhattan Division
in leaving the hearing and said
he "didn't think it warranted
the Amaranwi. ,..*..-- ."
man Hall. 311 Washington Aye
Miami Beach, on Tuesday. March
6Mrs. Laura Elgtaon. Mrs.
Evelyn Horenbein and Mrs. Ruth
Apte Frank are in charge of he
program. The new edition of the
year book will be available to all
members.
Schwartzman To Spak
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be guest speaker
at the Friday night services of the
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commu-
nity Center at the new center
building. 50 N. W. 51st Place, on
March 2 at 8:30 p. m. Leo Chaim
will conduct services.
Golden Agers To Heap
Junior Jewish Chorus
The Junior Jewish Chorus win
appear at the meeting 0f Z
Golden Age Friendship cih 1
the Miami Jewish Commit
Center on Sunday, March ^
3 p. m. at the center. The chor*
is conducted by Louis SchwaS
man, executive director of th
Bureau of Jewish Education
Forum To Highlight
Council Meeting
A forum, entitled "Food for
Thought." will highlight the next
meeting of the Miami Section of
the National Council of Jewin
Women on Wednesday,.Marcha
at 1:30 p.m. at the Shore Club
Mrs. Juliet Oshlag. vice presi-
dent in charge of education, an-
nounces that William Cornelius,
assistant profess r I S tvernment
! University I Miami, and
Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
: the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will take part in the
am. ,
The education department ol
council which has arranged the
was originally con-
he founding and
Sunday schools, but
In accordance with councils
policv of adapting to needs of the
community and the world, this
nl has expanded to in-
clude mar.-, ithei inti r< its
Chairman of each division of
the department will participate.
They include Mrs. Harold Rand.
social legislation; Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg. contemporary Jewish
affairs: Mrs. Leila Rosenthal, in-
ternational relations; Mrs. Harry
Barnhard. interfaith: and Mrs.
I. E. Harris, scholarships.
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L.y fJOODMAN CfTn Alton,. %  > Kimpia Building I nwMa I /! %  „ LEGAL NOTICE ln s r 5 a 1 ."" l 'responsible f,, r debts incurred by anyone OtherUjan myself 2/16-23 3/2-9 >A!m> Tlt : K,: DHDEH OF PUBLICATION lip I'lRCVIT COURT OP THE IV'KVTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT |.i\l> FOR HADE COUNTY, RIDA. IN' CHANCERY, No. "noKNKi-:i/i>. Plaintiff, vs. %  JAM BOBENFSLP, l>fendnt. FlI,I.I*M ROSEXFBLD j of Msrx %  West Columbia Avenue \.f... llHnol* :,!,• hereby ordered nnd reI to serve .. ropy of your answer 1 Bill of Complaint for Divorce, \ ,,f which is enclosed herewith, %  intlff's attorney, and file the In the office of the Clerk I ill I 'o irl i I lade County. ., on or before the 13lh day en* U51, otherwise the allegations I Hill will IH taken as confessed ED: Pebi isry 12, 1951. i: B I.KATHERMAN, < .i r ,,f r s aid nam w lth the Clerk inoX clro u court f uad ^Eg SAM BRN ,,........ ***'" Owner MANI-'EL LUBEL Attorney for Applicant /IS Han American Bank Bid,2/16-23 3/2-9 *' NOT,CE ^iT^crTno^T 8 W |-n, ; % %  • Inc.) at 1B71 Wto^aS?'"Sfi '-"-ia/in! Count*; i-wid' r '"" """•' %  < OmU OBOROE J TAUAMXBS. 8C HLAM j- Uncoln itotoi ^'.jftr?' K, r,da LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,,.-., NAME LAW ihe.n'i rF: S ni:l:,;,!V fVH!N that UM undersigned, desiring to ennuxe in l.usi n ,.ss under the Hotitloue name of t M, %, V;;"':""" BUnd Laundry at 35 Ini ,','l '' S "''-'. Mtaml, Morl.la, """is torwiatar said name with the Co'tSty? f Ftorlda :lrCU,t '""" f "^ 2/23 3/2-9-16 AHRY ***** AN %  I of til It dun B) VVM. IV. El, l RAND for I'laintlff J: I i ii. uit Court. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS at c/o Oeonte J. Tallanoff. no /'ini Ut?nd B m^', U,n,i J^* "* Clerk ,f n^VHT "^f* 1 "" h the Soun,y? f rto r e idr rca,t Court f 1>ad 8IDNBY ORIIBER o rBJ a^ H s. 420 Lincoln Koad Miami Heach, Florida 2/l-23 3/2-9 E'Sffi E t o I8 OK, H ^2f U T ,i,V1 ^S?ff en^e^ ^Sft &LC fictitious"SmV 'of bU8 '"" Hf umler lhe ACE CAHPENTRV A HUIIJ5ERS sm§sm CBORCK TOSTI ALFRED TOSTI.' IRVINO CYPE^ NERS J20 JJncoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. J OF INTENTION TO MAKE PPLICATIO\ FOR FINAL DISCHARGE PJTY .in : RT, DADE • TV. H.i iRII i \ \,,. :'.:;i|2. II' ZAVi • n that I • and i'. liK\. cutor Zavon, deJ''""i that 16 day of | HonorJudge "f : al of I nal dieEstate of 1951 ROBER1 %  IVON. •MAN %  Executor NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .u NOT ', CK ls HBREBT GIVEN that the underaigned, desiring t„ ..ngage in MORRS a S&Sj£* fl ''t'""SSS of Moititis iiiiTl.i, at 161 N.K esrd street. Miami, Dade County Florida bitma.i to wglatar said nArna wUh gtg-V*^Circuit Court of DaS sTAM,i.:v^^,l^'' E s o,eow %  VavStuS /l : a tUCE ^ DIS SOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP that the (latins l>el '• '' i::., aatoln, bualneal aa 3treet Mid wived by I %  from the f.th II debts due %  ff"? firm win be "ho Will [ d bualneai I nrrSame 1 "" 1 "* ""• ru,e jA c h K da i :-^""^"• NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPL.CAT.ON FOR FINAL ,x. nr ... DISCHARGE I.N ( .il \TY JUDGE'S ful-RT DADF JULIUS Kl.KI.V, i ii easi d. NOTICE la hereby riven that l have ,..i my final report and petition roi Final Discharge aa Administrator "' ,h ;' •atate of Julius Elkli .i. ',; • ls ', 1 %  ""! thai on the 9th day of [1 apply to the Hono?' •.'!''•; u '' I County Judge ol 1 '."'••. county, Florida, fo? approval ol aald rniai report and for final diacnarge aa Administrator of the Estate of Julius Kikin. deceaaed This 5th da) of February, 19.11 „ RAYMOND ELK IN DeCOSTAS, MAER FLOYD, '"' %  Blacayne Bldg., Miami, Ma. Attorney! for Raymond Elkln, Admlniatcator 2/9-16-23 3, IN THF T ri,?,T,jr UBL CA T'ON CGTj5rY aDA 'r^3^^^ 131 895 ~ IN CHAN CKRY, No. "STA'^LFY^T^ISV"-, "•b.tiff. vs. lIfend L HnL ARNOI D EWITCH. TOOT-fw/T^r 011 DIVORCE San l>iego. California *ou are hereby notified that a f v r / re ulre '" "erve a ,"..,,y or your Answer or Pleading to the tt'^ Amended Bill of Complaint on tho ...aimlfrs A,„„n,,v. I.KSTE1 I *u-v >.' KAp LAN, DIET/, \,,'mi u B f ,, -J S ? i '"-"ln Road, Mi""". |""-h. Florida an.l file the original Answer or Pleading in the officeof the Clerk of tbe Circuit & Ur t ?5. '"' '" r '"" he 6 day ,f March, 1951. if you fall to do ao7judg.......l by default will!... :iK .. n ',.;!,',,',';, Bul oTcomplahllf "" ,a ln ,he Tills notice shall be published once eacn week tor four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Plorldlan. I.-I ,!-'-^ l : ., ANI : ORDERED at Miami, Honda, this 2 day of Febl uary, A.I.! B. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk. ,,.• %  --;.; ; n : r s i : a ; l.. c,,,,,,y. norlda. By rt. if. RICE, JR.. KA.'LAV. DIETZ* r^BW5fcgr fc 350 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 8-23 :: J iv T7nT cM l ,?/ 1 .r UBL,CAT, N ,•,,,'.' ( <( I IT COURT OP THE il1 V^'T,' 1 •"•""'< WCUICUIT OITNJTV 1DA, ,I N AN K K DADB lUM !" ~ IN CHANCERY, No. IS rVl', l ; : K ,^ .'. l!,:IN '' '''alnliff. vs. si,'-, S l ,;i:ix Defendant! „„ Bl IT FOR DIVORCE T ? n i-\'! ts T "'''": SS 101 Dumont Avenue Brooklyn, New York nf Yo JL* r ? hereby notified that a BUI fiu.i' ""f' nt for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Cmolalnt w MAi p F a K nt ^;s &rii WSBra „". !" K ; J 3 ,U Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the ordinal A iswer ,,r -leading in the office of the t.ierk of the Circuit Court on on v^, 0r e ., ,he f 1 **y of March, 1951. f w H ^ T ^ ""' J"! 1 *"""" b.v default will be taken against you for the ptaint. Rnded ln thc "'" f e !" eaTh'Li'il"?'' "."*" ^ P ub "hed once fn th! % k for w f ?ur consecutive weeks In The Jewish Pktridian. m„ria .A NU ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 19 day of February. 2$ flreou?. WEATHERMAN. Clerk. (AZ^a! '-'""' Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR., JOSEPH W. MA..EK, Eg* ^ 3a0 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Morlda Attorney for Plaintiff 2/23 3/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE ..' %  '.'' K KNSTEIN ; u '"'• Attorney fJK?ruM? T,T,ou f; 'j* Hi-..:.:v OIVEN that Jnndw"! :•; '" •'"K-'fe III |HI-S|.-. ,. '. l, name of Kidnam %  "'•;"'' '"tends to A. FRIEDMAN NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT rul'IIT OF THE jlTIi JTOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADBCOUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 138465. SAMUEL Hl'RWlTZ, Plaintiff, vs. REBECCA HrilWITZ. Defendant To: RBBECCA, HirRW'ITZ, DEFENDANT 216 West 75th Street New York, New York YOU ABE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the plaintiffs Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's solicitors, Turk & Newman, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file your original Answer In the office of thc Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Jud4cl.il Circuit, I hide County, Florida, before the Sth day of March, I951i otherwise, the Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED: February 6. 1951. E B. LBATHERMAN, ,_ Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIflE. „ .. Deputy Clerk. 2/8-16-23 3/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT Cl lURT I >K THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MADE COUNTY FLORIDA. N CHANCERY, No I % %  M I .i MAX KATZENELL, Plaintiff, vs. i HARLOTTH KATZENELL, De fendant. To: CHARLOTTE KATZENELL 996 Aldus Street Bronx, New York Von are hereby ordered nnd required to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of complaint for Divorce, a copy of which is enclosed herewith, on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Morida, on or before the 5th dav of March, 1951, othei wise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. DATED: February 2. 1951. B, B. LBATHERMAN, ,„, „ rlorl < Pf the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. „. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND Attorney for Plaintiff 1007 Olympln Building Miami 52, Morida 2/9-16-23 3/2 T N TICE BY PUBLICATION .• T ,'.', K ..JTRCCIT COURT ohTHE •UVENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ."..^•'.''"'-A, IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY, No. ''vl/Yvnh •„': l ;"' l <'-ANi-. Plaintiff, ^TOLAHARREL STRICKLAND: TO. WVDJA^HARREL STRIckLAND Euro, .North Carolina. YOI are required to servi ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT !."''''!.•''! UI)A IN AND FOR DADE gggy. IN fHANCERY. Xo. WILLIAM I. BALLOT at ux. et al. Plain tiffs, vs. WILLIAM CALSING, et al, Defendant. TO: WILLIAM CALSING, and If married, bis unknown wife. If liviim. and if dead, all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, cedltors, or other parties claiming by. through, under or against said Delendant, who Is not known to bo dead or alive; and all persons or parties claiming by, through, under or against the estates of MATILDA CAI.SIXC and CAROL MCI'I,I/Ol'CH as heirs, devisees, legate. grantees, creditors or otherwise; and all persons or parties otherwise claiming or having any right, title, claim or interest in and to the following described property situated, lying and being in Dade < ounty. Morida, to-wit: lots Thirty-two and Thirty-three (32 & 33) In Block Thirty-three (33) of Coral tables, Crafts Section, according to the plat thereof recorded \1 J!! al liouk 10 at Faite *0 of tho 1 ubllc Records of Dade County, Morida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint to yuiet Title and Amendment thereto has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copv of your Answer or pleading to the said Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs' attorneys. BALLOT, SILVER. TATHAM, AKDO & MULLOY, 804 Ingraham Building, Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 14th day of March, AD. 1951. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief sought In said Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Fkiridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Morida. this 13th day of February. A.D. 1951. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, 2/19-22 8/2-9 """" y ''' < copy i.io.-.i in Mivr a e<, or your answer to thc Bill for Diva on plaintiff's attorney, and to file the original answer in the Ofl the %  lerk of the Clrcull Courl on or before the 19 dav of March, 1951 otherwise, the BUI omplalnt for Divorce, hi r I ,fore filed herein, will be taken as confessed by you DATED al Miami. Mori day of 1 ,.|,i uai j. 1931, B. B. LBATHERMAN, ,„. ,. '" I,,1; f %  Court. (I Ircult Courl Si al) By WM. W. STOCKING, BMANUEL l.EVENsox" ^' • ne ir plaintiff lie? Blacayne Bldg. Miami, Florida. %  |( JTTENTION [FORNEYS! ,ew day of February, A.D. 1951. E. B. LBATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiff's Solicitor: NORMAN R. LYONS, 914 Olympla Building, Miami, Morida. 2/9-16-23 3/2 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTV JI.-IK'.E'S COURT. D \DE COUNTY. FUiRIDA. —No. 21234. RE: ESTATE OF NATHAN HORN, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of NATHAN HORN, deceased; nnd that on the 9th day of March. 1951, will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Morida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the estate of NATHAN HORN, deceased. This 30 day of January, 1951. LENA H1NKES MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Ma. Attorney for Administratrix 2/9-16-23 3/2 ... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE IITII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR D\DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY; NS UNITED LOAN CORP., torn ly Known as NATIONAL FINANCE CO., a Florida corporation. Plaintiff vs. WILLIAM II KENDALL D. fendant. TO; WILLIAM H KENDALL (Address Unknown) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering one 1942 Bulek Club Coupe, Motor No 46486485, Serial No. 14362642, has been filed against you. and you are re. quired to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint ,,„ plaintiffs attorney. MARX EAI'.EK. 418 Congress Building. Miami, Morida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of March. 1951, otherwise said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated his 13th day of February, 1961. E. B LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKINC. Deputy Clerk. 2/16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE IITII JUDICIAL CIKCIIT IX AXD Fl IR DAM-; COUNTY, II.' IRIDA.— I.N CHANCERY, No. 138' MINNIE LoHAK, Plaintiff, vi WILLIAM LOHAK, Defendant. TO WILLIAM LOHAK & BERMAN & CANTER, ESQS. 18 E. list St., N"i V I:. \\ Y. V' 'i' are 1 %  quired to opy of your answi r to thi 1 .in". plaint for Dn %  • • Plaintiffs I file thi 1 day A.D. 19: Bill of 1 : iki n as by you. DATED al Miami, Florida, on this 11 day of 1 E B. LEATHERMAN, of 1 ilt 1 "ourt, I "ade 1 "ount (Circuit Court .-. By WM. W. MURRAY GO! IDMAN, Plaintiffs Attorney :'ii Olympic. Building Miami. Florida. 2/16-23 3,2-9 STOCKING, %  tt *** / irs PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGE! PHONE 9-3838 ffftAMt M. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FliORIDAIN CHANCERY, No. 138702. SHIRLEY L. VEUHTE. Plaintiff, vs. HENRY VEOHTB, JR., Defendant. TO: HENRY VBGHTE JR. 28 Prospect Ave.. Gloversville. N. Y. YOU are required to serve a 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 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 16 day of March. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. DATED at Miami. Florida, on this 14 day of Feb., 1951. II B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Morida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. MURRAY GOODMAN, Plaintiffs Attorney •14 Olympla Building Miami, Florida. 2/16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Caribbean Distributing Co. at 305 N.W. 44th Avenue. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Morfda JAMES E. WIGGINS I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 2/16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 138530. UNITED LOAN CORP.. formerly known as NATIONAL FINANCE CO., a Morida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT L, THOMSON, Defendant. TO: ROBERT L. THOMSON (Address Unknown) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIMED that a Bill of Complaint for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering one 1946 Hudson 4-Door Automobile, Motor No. 3163.S10, has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney, MARX FABER. 412 Congress Building-, Miami, Morida. nnd file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of March, 1931. otherwise, said Bill will he taken as confessed by you. Dated this 13th day of February, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,._ Clerk of the Circuit Court: (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, 2/16-23 3/2-9 ~* C1 rk NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I.N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA — IN PROBATE, No 25503. In Re: ESTATE OP HERBERT RANG EL, I • 1 -a Red. • To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Saul Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims ami demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of HERBERT RANGBL, deceased, late of Los Angeles County, California, to the Hon. w. F. Blanton Countv Judge of Dad.County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse in Dad,, countv, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contu'n the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date February 14, A.D. 1951. SHELDON N. LELCHUK. As Ancillary Administrator C.T.A., of the Estate of Herbert Hangel, Deceased. SHELDON N. LELCHUK, Attorney for Anc. Administrator C.T.A. 2/16-23 3/2- NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT ol" FU>RIDA, IN AND MIR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 138624. JOSEPH LIEBMAN. Plaintiff, vs. IDA LIEBMAN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: IDA LIEBMAN, 570 KOSCIOSKO STREET BROOKLYN, NEW YORK YOU nr e hereby notified that a BUI o' Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to Jhe Dill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Milton A Friedman, 1023 Seybold Bldg, Miami. Ma., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the clerk of thc Circuit Court on or before the 17th day of March, 1951. If vou fajj to do so, Judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Morida, this 12 day of February. A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Ciroult Court Seal) By M. C. BEIGE, MILTON A. F R ,EDMA^ U,y Cler "Attorney for Plaintiff, %  1021 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida 2/16-23 3/2-9 I I



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m, MARCH 2, 1951 fJewistifkxIdiati PAGE 3B ish Groups Rap .erican Clemency [ward Nazis •WYOKKCITY 0AJP)-In f ,ce of mounting releases orison cells of the murderf Europe's six million Jews, la's major Jewish organi; r C th is week strongly proS to Secretary of State Dean 7 s0 n against the "mistaken %  ess toward the perpetrat0 f mass murder and other Us crimes against humanity [democratic society." ,e stronglv-worded statement e National Community RelaAdvisory Council came on heels of an earlier declarahv the World Jewish Conin which Dr. Israel GoldChairman of the Western Jfohere Executive of the hd Jewish Congress, assailed weeping action by American lorities in mitigating the sen's of do/ens of German war Jfaals as threatening to turn [vital code ol offenses against kind established at Nureminto a "travesty." •.ting the major Jewish i nited States, the l.\C statement wrote Acheson these commuta. appears to have tor in seeking the apIdtion of those German ele:s whos d voti in to riemoctifiably suspect." N MAC termed as "danlis" thi action by General J. McCloy, U. S. High Commoner fi r Germany, and GenThomi T. Handy, Comler-in-Chief, European Com, in ordering the commutai[ si ntences of 89 war crimincluding munitions mag. Krupp, and a num,1 other industrialists. Krupp rdi n 1 restored to the •rty : which he had deprived by the court. le United Slates, warned the [AC, "cannot safely copy the •t Union's technique of curfavors from former Nazi irs." Such a policy of exincy, it added, does not "aclish its purp ise and usually (o oth< :it on behalf .lie World Jew ish Congress feed out that, i ven before the itions, Amerauthorities had released a tolof 109 war criminals before tion of their jail terms. lay only 517 war criminals ren in prison in the American |e out ol the nearly 1,300 sento prison, Doctor Goldted. He added that if Present rate of pardons conies the number will dwindle my. ninii Adults Ian Picnic the Young Adult League of the |mi Jewish Community Center hold a picnic at Crandon Ik on Sunday, March 4. A lorcade will leave the center %  10 a.m. p athletic program has been Pned and persons attending tasked to bring their lunch. •he group is open to young and women in their twenties the general membership ets on alternate Monday nights Bne center. /oil Activities Under Fire ATLANTIC CITY (AJP)—The activities of an accused befriender of Nazi sympathizers and the director of an organization branded as subversive bv the Attorney General, came under sharp fire this week. The Commission for the Defense of Democracy, a department of the National Education Association^ Charged that Allen A. Zoll was among those responsible for a '"terrifying" attack intended to shake confidence in various teachers and the entire school system. The charge followed a survey by the commission in 3,396 communities. It showed that "antipublic school front organizations" are promoting a drive of criticism against the school system. Zoll, who heads the National Council for American Education, was charged as being among the school slanderers. Commenting on the smear campaign. Dr. Alexander J. Stoddard, Los Angeles school superintendent, asserted that "tactics used by some who criticize to destroy resemble closely the propoganda techniques initiated and developed in countries remote from the U. S." Zoll was recently director of American Patriots, a group listed as subversive by the Attorney General. He was described in the commission's secretary report as having "henchmen" who cast suspicion on the schools, and "makes money out of people's troubles." Workshop Continues Radio Workshop for Democracy, weekly live dramatic program, will present "The Riot That Never Happened," on Sunday, March 4, at 7:45 p.m. over radio station WMIE. "The Riot Thai Never Happened," is the true story of a night in the life of a police officer, Kenneth Fierle. The cast of local actors to appear in this week's production are: Bob Brenner, Lowell Thing, Vic Knobloch, Irving Friedman, J. P. Fox, Sarah Seiderman and Sonny Stillerman. The program is directed by Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with Steve Kessler at the organ. Mrs. Spaet To Fete Board Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will be hostess to the board of directors of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged at a coffee on Monday, March 5, at 11 a.m. at her home. 220 West Rivo Alto Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs. Sol Silverman, chairman of the board, will preside. Final plans for the donor luncheon will be discussed. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEI-SANITARIUM FOB REST. COMVALESCEMC1 AND OMOWC OUtt ...IT. ro. %oo**wi MS w >otr comrr FT OBIDA HOTEL OWNERS .... APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS We offer you special prices on: SHEETS TOWELS ; LINENS BEDSPREADS HOUSEWARES BATHROOM AND CLOSET ACCESSORIES 2nd Floor Domestics 1261 Washington Av. Miami Beach Miss Marion Rubinstein, account executive for the August Dorr Advertising Agency, will be a guest on the Jackie Pearce program over WTVJ Television on Wednesday, March 7. Winner of four national awards for advertising copy and house organ editing. Miss Rubinstein is also the author of "Adventuring in Palestine" published by Alfred Knopf. IS GERTLER GRUESOME? NO! Gertler Grew Some Greener Grass By Delivering Richer Top Soil You. Too, Can Grow Some VIAL 2-4032 Gertler Top Soil Company Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Htory VfiulT Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. %  HkVWL, Open Sundays Pbono 4-3249 GLASS I STORE FRONT — PLATE | Furnltur, Tops. Beveled Mirrors i I& G. Glass and 136 S.W. 8th St UORRJS ORLTN FOR EVERY PURPOSE and wnn>ow GLASS ad Resilvering Our Specialty Mirror Works PHONE 3-4834 LOUIS GERBER TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM %  ..— u at 272* COLLINS AVK. — • %  .• Phone for Reservation—S-6651 i-4t07 Ait Conditioned Ira-la mU UeWe r.Uast JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES AirConditioned MENDELSOHN'S i > RESTAURANT Formerly of 13th & Collins—Now Located at 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue. Miami Beach Air-Conditioned for your comfort "Where the Finest Meet to Dine" — Daily from 4 to 9 ONLY TWO GOOD PLACES TO EAT—HERE OR HOME! Open Saturday at 5 P.M. Phone 58-8946 We have no connection with any other restaurant on the Beach Mexxanine Floor (famplek and SbependaMe cTif/e $Mirice M IAMI TITLt ,i Qktmet Co. 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Till* Insurance Policies ol Kamas City Till* Insurance Co. 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rmDAV. MARCH 2. 1951 vJenist fltrktimm PAGE 5 B "Certain Number" Of Beds In 31ajor Meeting Place ftmdri Jewish Staffs. Alltfi-H&< b ll leader Saytl I^zarus* Copter* Busim mittee had conducted a "vfiifiProfessional B'nai B'rith Woo ADVISOR ON JEWISH HOMEMAKING •[ Jewish Floridian has asked me to write this column giving MM on ".ow to make housekeeping easier and more pleasant and {westing quality products of particular interest to the Jewish housewife. The column will be a bi-monthly feature, and I hope to make many n


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RIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951 +Jewish ncrldlian PAGE 9 A as Agencies Sharing in 1951 CJA k Allocated pllection reserves. Fedues, the U.J.A. will rej distributed. Icies 'other than U.J.A.) 1 dollars distributed, fcal. national and overhe same ratio as the to the U.J.A. and sts and Federation's mnity planning and ercent of the goaL | Israel, its defense and progress I as a democratic, cooperative so1 ciety. National and Overseas I |cr camps and "flying f experts who (other gathering places for lers, e also part of this I. current inaccesof Mt. Scopus, and the lh-l'ni\i rsity medical cenle. and use of the inly lassah's present I J< rusalem, Hadasi n a three year ide funds for a Ipit nurses training |n Jerusalem; these two :tun id m w buildings University-Hall S iol when they I ii m the new I .v. ilem. irk of 70 i and its ram, Hadasity of the e land, as Is of mothIdren. In field, its eaches bail and issah's n placed virnment ii ither areas imporh < xports. al Committee For Israel lut C iaigi the NaLabor Isirm of the r FederStati .and I > 10.000,000. Histadrut active pro. the following 1 training ants; aid, Agency, in istrial and '•>: %  to pronmigrants iticularly in I tlie counto 000.000 100 settlements' do, educaural activities, nd publicati in '"l periodicals; • live housing s, immigrants •itain rest '"arc .stations; I cultural : and train roups in Israel special colin uninhabited 1 non-partisan dyofwork"pbuilding of American Association For Jewish Education The American Association for Jewish Education, founded in 1939, stimulates and promotes the extension, improvement and expansion of Jewish education in metropolitan and rural areas throughout the United States and Canada. Dedicated to the proposition of i community responsibility for Jewish education, it serves and aids Jewish education institutions and activities regardless of ideology, and seeks to bring the best and highest standards developed in general American education i to the service of the Jewish schools. The Association provides serv: ice to schools, central agencies for Jewish education, communiI ties and organizations in the fields of educational research, community organization for Jewish education, pedagogics and curriculum, promotion and interpretation, personnel training and placement, budgeting and financing, and overall educational guidance, through studies and surveys, publications, consultation and conferences for lay and professional educational leaders. It has 41 affiliated bureaus of Jewish education and associations of Jewish schools in 38 communities and regions. Hias The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, globally known as HIAS. is now in its 66th year. With offices and committee• itcgically located throughout the civili; world. HIAS is international in its scope, and its program includes all phases of immigr int i The HIAS general program is: facilitate the entrv oi Jewish immigrants to tb ted States and to othei count to prothem with • %  ter, food, and other n : to transport them to their final destination; to'help prospective immigrants and residents in the United St p ire and fill necessary immigration documents. The program als i encompasses representations to gjvernnii for liberalization of immigration In Israel, HI ; xpandts activity s to provide l ans for immigrants to help them in th ir rehabilitation, to give location services, and to participate in the reception and tempo] maintenance of immigrant Polish Jews, The HIAS Shelter, at 325 Lafayette Street, is now the only shelter for Jewish immigrants destined for the New York area. Here HIAS not onlv feeds and lodges newcomers until a permani nt home can be Arranged for them, but provides consultation facilities for them i n all matters relating to immigration, inti tion into American life, and naturalization. A permanent HIAS bureau Is ma ntained at Ellis Island, and HIAS officials assist the detained immigrant in the preparation of his appeal to the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service and appear with him before the authorities when his case comes up for consideration. By special arrangement with the gov, eminent, HIAS conducts a kosher kitchen at Ellis Island for the feeding of Jews detained there. National Jewish Welfare Board For two generations, the National Jewish Welfare Board — universally known as JWB—has been synonymous with the growth of the Jewish Community Center i movement in America and with service to Jewish men and women in the armed forces of the U. S. | As the national association of' Jewish Communitv Centers and YM-YWHAs, JWB has been in-, strumental in welding the Centers into a nationwide movement and in helping them to become a vital force in American Jewish life. As the agency authorized by the U. S. Government since 1917 to serve the religious, welfare and morale needs of Jewish men and I women in the armed forces and in veterans hospitals. JWB performed a monumental job on behalf of the Jewish community— I through two World Wars and the i years between, and now again as i the nation mobilizes to meet a new emergency. j With the aid of JWB. Jewish ; Community Centers are rapidlyexpanding their programs and J services and enlarging their faI cilities in response to mounting ] normal, as well as defense demands. In numerous communities without Centers, leisure-tim^ programs are being established and expanded with JWB aid. Today there are 331 Jewish Community Centers serving half a million men. Vnmen and chil[ dren. The value of buildings now .' owned by Centers totals $40,000.000. Reflecting the increasing importance of the Center in the' community, $28,000,000 has been raised by Jewish communities across the nation for new Center facilities. New Center buildings costing a total of $12,000,000 are now under construction. For Jewish men and women in uniform. JWB conducts a resourceful, year-round program on a global scale. A vast service of religious, recreational and welfare activities is provided by JWB for Jewish personnel in the armed forces and for hospitalized Jewish veterans. Through Jewish chaplains, overseas clubs, a staff of trained area workers and 25.000 volunteers on more than 200 communitywide armed services committees. JWB is able to bring religious services, festival and holy day observances, home hospitality, cultural programs, recreational activities, religious supplies and kosher food to Jews in uniform. This service—which reaches more than 500 military installations, air fields, naval bases, training camps, ships at sea and hospitals, as well as Occupied Germany and Austria. Alaska, Korea, Japan, the Caribbean, in fact, wherever Jews are stationed—makes it possible fol GIs to have a Sedar in Alaska, a Sukkah on Okinawa, a Hanukah party in Panama and High Holy Day and Passover services the world over. Religious and Educational Jewish Theological Seminary Purposes and Program: 1. To advance higher J' learning in America through the researches of its faculty and alumni and-through the maintenance of research fellowships for scholars of proven ability and through the maintenance of the Seminary Library, 2. To train Rabbis, teachers, group workers and leaders for communities in the United States and Canada. Seminary academic schools are conducted _in New York and at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, the West Coast Branch of the Sentinary. 3. To disseminate through the mediam of radio and television a wider appreciation of Jewish traditions and ideals. 4. To effect a better understanding and cooperation among all groups in America. Thus in its Institute for Religious and Social Studies in New York and Chicago, the Seminary offers courses to Catholic, Jewish and Protestant religious leaders. 5. To inspire the interpretation of Jewish ideals through the arts. The Jewish Museum, conducted under the auspices of the Seminary, has not only attracted over 2504)00 visitors, but has also brought into the orbit of Jewish life and expression talented artists, writers and musicians. Yeshiva University Located on Amsterdam Avenue from 185th to 187th Streets, New York City, Yeshiva University has followed the typical American pattern in its genesis and development. Most of the leading American universities were originally Schools of Divinity. Gradually they broadened their faculties and organized additional schools to entitle them to college and university status. Similarly, Yeshiva University was founded in 1897 as the Rabbi Isaac Elehanan Theological Seminary. The Yeshiva College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was established in 1928, and received Grade "A" accreditation several years ago. By the unanimous vote of the New York State Board of Regents. Yeshiva College was <•!( vated to the status of a university in 1945 thereby becoming the first duly accredited American (Continued on Page 10 A) Aged Jewish Men And Women in Greater Miami At beautiful Douglas Gardens, r.ew site of the Jewish Home for the Aged, about 40 elderly Jewish men and women are spending the declining years of their lives in dignity and comfort. Here they are seated with Campaign Chairman Fricd.'and who paid trem a suiprise visit last week. A And An Aged Jewish Woman In Israel This woman, deep in her severities, is trying to find peace in a home for the rged in Israel. She is a native of Czechos'ovakia and the lone survivor of a large family. She is now living ir MALBEN. a health ard rehabilitation project cor.duclad by the JDC. i -to a M ., J Kopelowiu Metropolitan David Levimon Mn. Louil Altichul Hoi. I Hon. Vice Chn.



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PAGE 10 A Jfcn/sf fkridfiar FRIDAY, MA RC H 2,195 Roundup of Major National and Overseas Agencies in '51 Appeal Yeshiva University (Continued : ty uncle:' J> .ship. Today Yeshiva Univ. of eight schools and divii is empowered to grant rarfging f.' m B A. to Ph.D. The current enrollment is '900. wit from 2T states and 20 1 counts. For 1 two years, pre medical and pre dental courses have been offered. A chological c!in:c was orgai as part of the graduate school of educatii n and community administration which came in: 1948. An additional ci :. ftudents Civic Defense American Jewish Congress %  I el i J : j %  : j %  Jewish Labor Committee '.i( : %  i >: ; : : n and %  S from these ii : : J.L.C %  • %  affirki : L.C. States. T I peration %  In rati: prog J LC f or 1 ..1 labor victims I and communism a:. I ssists ms .f Hit! munists' ruth'..-n who look to thi '. habitation. The J.LA' oblem %  m as reing closely tutf I economic and political problems faced by the peop'.o The fight against n and tion cannot be tation %  %  I i joint Defense Appeal : League I %  %  fort of I ; :. Jewr to ] I k I ; ...'...vel Live I : the foreign afAJC ADL. working %  Washingl vern support %  ightS : : n I Build, Build, Build, r Israel today is humming with the sound of builders' tools. Tens of thousands of homes must be constructed for scores of thousands of immigrants still living in temporary reception camps and for the 200.000 Jews who must be transferred to Israel this year from danger rones in Eastern Europe and Moslem lands. The United Jewish Appeal agencies— United Palestine Appeal, Joint Distribution Committee. United Service for New Americans—this require a minimum of S203.6S4.5V/. >J "M 4, h. Give To I'.3A—To Save Lives—To Strengthen Frei I'eopBe Off Israel—To Aid lleinoeraey l^vervwhcrA ii Beneficiary Local Agencies I Leon Kaplan 1 In i tion 1 United Jc Appeal and the ol • ticipal ng in the 1951 c" Ji | $41 I, ii %  been tentatively allocated I cies: f Jewish Education H for 1 Aged 1,56 • 1 20 1 "0.000 Vocational Servici "12.001. •133,000 incil of Jo % %  Worm i 5,680 $ 460.644 *T< ntative recommendation. Budget Committee will review (i ncy. Mrs. Aaron Farr Make you: 1951 Contribution BIG ENOUGH to cover Ihem all: The United Jewish Appeal ... 7 Loca' Agencies ... 7 Israel Insti tutior.s 10 National ?nd Overseas Orgar.izalions ... 13 Religious and Education Bodies ... 3 Civic £R Defense Groups. Mix V isel M The SVIIIIIHI off I nitv M. B. SP'| Mr' Divii Bass H • Mrs. Wm Canland Dave Trau rsiat Hankoff Joseph Richter 11 Marcie Liberman Mrs. H. B Spaet Jullul Games VI r (' i ir..,ti vifd'"' Ben Danbaum \ i ii man



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PAGE 6 B % •JewistincrkMon FRIDAY, MARCH 2 From the Psychologist's Desk Housework... Or? Dr. Seymour it. Blumrnthai, ac. be a number of disadvantages SXf'Vii^ !" }}}?? ,S sy v.^ l ". t from such a choice. A husband full time practise In Miami 18 At %  _..!_ i_i .v upecuiist in adult and child problem.. ; may object because he feels that As part of hi. work, be give, marms friends will consider him incSE^iK:^-.!?pSych"!^ adequate to discharge his duty testing and vocational counseling, A i as the main wage earner in the professional psychologist for the past j familv. He mav also consider this 19 years, Dr. Blumenthal is a j thrat in hie rnlo a a huidiplomate In clinical psychology of as a tnreal in nis role as a nus the American Board of Examiners : band. You mav find yourself in professional Psychology. He win overburdened with the dual probbe pleased to discuss any questions ... ,.u f sent in by readers through this \ lem of handling your outside emcolumn during this series, please ployment and household responsiHO:.' seriously threaten the happi| ma. Having been preocness in tne home and even the' :h her family and housemarriage. While you may con-; she has not permitted hers 'der any of the above outlets, it' self to think—of how she might is suggested that you and your ( needs and make a husband discuss any move "you I social n. will make carefully and conIn g re are three scientiously. major ways in which your time You may find that you and! tructively absorbed, your husband will have difficulty %  You may consider in arriving at a decision. Per-' 1. tnlargtng your family— The haps, you are not too clear as to greatest challenge is for women to your needs or how to attain them IT 3 a J?al P : of ession of motherUnder such circumstances vou hood. This means having more may both find it to vour mutual than one or two children which advantage to discuss and have' is so characteristic of the AmeriI your problem evaluated with ; can women today. To do this job Professionally trained and qualiweii implies adequate training in ; fied person. child development and use of the' very best knowledge of guidance, education and cultural enrichment. Isaac Levin Lodge Will Meet Wednesday Night Isaac Levin Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will meet on Wednesday, March 7, at 8:15 p.m. in the Sunshine Room of the Ingraham Building. President Phillip Schiff will announce forthcoming service projects to be undertaken by the lodge. Secretary Robert Levin will report on plans for the installation of officers. Paul Louis, AntiDefamation League chairman, will submit a report on the 1951 human relations project being sponsored by the Isaac Levin Lodge. Meeting Postponed The open meeting slated by. Coral Gables Post 243 of the Jewish War Veterans for Tuesday evening. March 6. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center has been indefinitely postponed, acacording to an announcement by A. Melvin Morris, commander. Fancy Catering Weddings, Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 *V'V*V'*^ "V"^'* V ,, V*V''*V V*>^ "The Old One-Two" Is Next In Frontier Series "The Old One-Two," starring Ronnie Liss, is the latest program in the New Frontier series to be heard Sunday, March 4, at 3:30 p.m. over station WKAT. Produced by the Institute for Democratic Education, this program is presented through the cooperation of the Anti-Defamation League Committee of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Clevelanders To Meet All Clevelanders residing in the area are invited to an open meeting of the Cleveland Social Club on Thursday, March 8, at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach Y, according to an announcement by Samuel B. Bloch, president. Lodge Will Meet At Beach Athletic Club North Shore Lodge B'nai announces that its meeting North Shore Lodge B'nai mounces that its n^C*^ first Monday of each 2 be held at the Miami Be^w* 1 letic Club, 6820 lj^%^ Drive, according to rL~?* Leonard Tobin. president dent The lodge will join with .. women's chapter on the -^ Monday of each month at iw9 Beth Sholom. l ""* G OBPOW HOOFmcTiUffi SHEET METAL WOim will MV. a ZZm^TT-JM -JM -lil. Work fc. 2. Seeding outside employment —Benefits derived from this will accrue from new interests, additional income and an intellectual challenge. However, there mav r "NT-FOUR MEETING. ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS &&. WEtt** 1 *! ei-t Spinal Treatment. AJuatraenti Manipulations of Spine, Feet, etc. r H r 0 7 0 i V „ Haa B Pnon M -6*M 9482 Harding AT*. Miami Beach PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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Sam Blank fetters Max Orovitz 1 "lifts Howard Kane In I .1 i lift* C.i! I Weinkle Initial i liu a Jacob Sher Initial Gifts Dan Ruskin Initial Gifts Mrs. Louis Glasser Women Herbert Scher Special I COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL SUPPLEMENT Jack Ablin Wiiit* Res A.iron Kanrer ^wiislh-IEIIioipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 24—NUMBER 9 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS (Everyone Must Give For Drive to Succeed By SAMUEL FRIEDLAND Campaign Chairman All of us who are working for the success of the 1951 CornDined Jewish Appeal are aware, I am certain, of our great Responsibility in doing all we can to make this campaign a I s. We know that we must do our utmost, in working and giving, to make sure that the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal [950 goal. We every man arid woman of our ti i drive this yeai faith in G i iter Miami will the minimum sum to stand up and be count You, who are workers, will-be called upon to explain to your prospects the urgency of this year' "N w oi Never" campaign, You will have to make them understand that there is a del.nit', and ; : elationship beta the size of their gifts and the life and h ipe and happiness of hunIs of thousands of fellowJews overseas. You will be requii ed to interpi el to i agencies are d in. this community and how vital ..'iv 'i existenti is to our own health and welfare, 1 am certain thai if you te|l II I our l< i rl 4 4-" As • .' MM ( Samuel Friedland Campaign Chn. cooperation and Hotfc! ^? des 444,754 Wir.t.,Residents 98.609 !" !" n 87.620 Metropolitan 1,380 Miscellaneous 14,410 Th Jiving so far has shown increases over last \\'. ding to Morris Klass, n Director. He pointed out. however, that here were still several hundred aids of substantial contributors to the 1950 camp.i ign w h i c h have n 01 yet been covered in these campaign units. "We are running a 1' a C e time," Mr. Klass said. "It campaign units cover their prospects before the metropolitan campaign gets in full swing." I. L. Mintzer, campaign treasurer, who has just returned from a trip I > Israel, stressed the severe economic crisis In Israel as a result of that country havins opened up its doors to unlimited immigration of Jews and said the situation is desperate. Fred Shochet. chairman of the metropolitan unit, expressed full confidence that the workers in his unit "will do a real job in making the public understand the gravity of the problem." Mintzer in Tn as, To Keep ALL the Doors Open —In Israel and At Home—We Must Raise $1,470,570. When Your Doorbell Rings The man or woman who wilt rail you in behalf of the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal is a tireless, unselfish worker who has taken upon himself the duty of contacting his neighbors for their 1S51 contributions. Treat him with the consideration he deserves. Know that he is carrying out a holy task. Open your heart—and your purse. You'll feel good for having given generously to help yo :r fellow-Jews at home anci fbroad. Bar Mitzvah Campaign Launched by Federation Sunday, March 4, will be a red-letter day in the history oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Greater Miami Jewish community. On that date will be officially lcruncl ed Federation's "Bar Mitzvah" or Thirteenth Annual Combined Jewish Appeal. The campaign will ooen at a "Kick-off" Break• 10 a. m. at the Fleetv, i Hotel. 800 Wi V. Beach. All workers in the their familii and I vited to turn out an ke this opi ning function of the politan campaign the m ficant event in local J< history. A special prog .. youi $1,470,570 Is Sought By Combined Jewish Appeal i ught the camthe story properly and incerely, l ii present position. you will gel good results. bout to appeal to RKMEMBER. EVERYONE a whole. We an MUST GIVE EOH OUR DRIVE fring the time when TO SUCCEED. Advance Function* l*rNag< Saeeess Is t'ontribations Pass Midway Mark As this issue of the Jewish Floridian aoes to press the 1951 %  Combined Jewish Appeal has just passed the half-way point |in contributions, with 5740,368.00 reported in. A breakdown of the pledges by campaign units reveals the following results: $ 93.595 is urgent that all workers in the nged, ii e :ost of the indueling ". ieen %  • I 25. i i be of a I hi co %  kfasl %  le, >i asi tel Fi i' : atii n a t 5 8 — 43 31 and re.--. diatelj. P. : d s expecti Immedial %  ikv fast, an army of 1200 it soldii will und< %  %  ntic 1 ig th bells of some 12 in Dad. c un : II be pursui d day ai the next th has had ,. chance I i contribui I 1951 C d Ji %  .< :; i App al. If, for i %  • The absolute minimum needs cf the local, national and overseas agencies which are banded together in Greater Miami's 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal will total Sl.470.570. After months of deliberation, during which the budgets of the local agencies were pared down to the bone, and the requests nol been called upon u of the United Jewish Appeal and uary 7 Mobilization Day Rally the other participating organizawhich launched the preliminary phase of the campaign. "All an tits of our community should be working together as one p rson with but a single thought—to push this campaign over the top." tions cut to the lowest level possible, the Budget Committee of Federation, headed by George Chertkof, presented the figure of $1,470,570 as the sum that must be raised this year to enable the Jewish Community of Greater Miami to measure up to its communal responsibilities. This figure has been approved by Federation's Board of Governors and has become the mark at which Federation is now shooting. "Federation's Annual Combined Jewish Appeal represents our community in action." stated Stanley C. Myers, mobilization chairman who arranged the Janv. < re not home when th< soli it r i ana; j i bell, drop a post cai d to Fi di n I Lincoln ii iad, Miami B ... h, or telephone 58-4331 and i leaders will send a repi %  of the Combined Jewish A] pi i accept your pledge. George Chertkof Budgel FLASH! Noted New York Rabbi To Speak At ElckOU Rabbi Charles E. Shulman of New York City's Riverdale Temple and an outstanding national Jewish leader will address the Campaign Kickoff Breekf. %  : on Sunday morning. March 4, at 10 a.m. at the Fleetwood Hotel. 800 West Ave., Miami Beach. SI.25 prr plate. Phone your reservalion at once to 58-4331. CALENDAR OF Saturday March 3rd Sunday March 4th (10 A.M.) Thursday March 8th (12:15) Monday March 12th (8 P.M.) Monday March 19th (12:15) Monday March 26th (8 P.M.) CAMPAIGN REPORT MEETINGS Federation Sabbath Kickoff Breakfast—Fleetweod Hotel 800 West Ave., Miami Beach Report Luncheon—Reid's R< stauranl 829 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami Report Meeting—Miami Beach Jewish Cent Report Luncheon—Lincoln Manor Restai 2 Lincoln Road. Miami Hi Final Report Meeting—Temple Israi 1 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami 'Win Kin, nalrman Fred Shochet Ml : ; .it. Ii Joseph M. Rote Hotel Joe Stein ting Dr. M. Goodman Rabbi I. Lehrman rurbli 111. al Milton Friedman \ %  In: n D.-ivid Phillips \ Moses Ginsberg Hon. \ i Abe Goodman



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PAGE 12 B +Jewiskfkx*aoii TODAY. MARCH 2. 195 Division Walk, O-t O. AJC Hearing j *g£?g£\H Jjg 'the Amaranth, will meet at WhitNEW YORK CITY (AJP)—The inter-organizational strife within the American Jewish Congress grew in intensity this week whn Manhattan d i v i s io n officials walked out on national committee charges and later, through their attorney, charged the national leadership of AJC had -violated basic American principles of due process." The latest flare-up came on the heels of a reply to Rabbi Irving Miller's public communication to --t the AJC's Los Angeles member< ship in which the American Jewish Congress leader referred to the concern of the National Executive Committee over the "character assumed by the American Jewish Congress in Southern California and the complexion of its leadership." In replying to Rabbi Miller's communication, six top local leaders of the Southern California Dii vision challenged the national leadership to "conduct and to | abide bv an impartial election in Southern California at an annual j convention." Declaring that they had no desire to "quarrel with our nation-, al leadership, whatever the j vocation." the six West C leaders labeled Rabbi Miller s charges as -false." "undcw ed" "unproven" and "blank* entire Southern California membership." •These charges." the St %  to the American Jewish P read, -constitute a group libel i upon a great group of men and women who have volunta ::ied the American Jewish Congress and have given years of' devoted service to the principle; for which Congress stands." The statement was signed by Harry Bauman. President of the Pre?" Womens Div.: Sara Harris. Pres., Women's Div.: Mel Spring| er, Chairman. Administration' Committee: Lou Kerner, Pres.. .Men's Div.: and Myer Pransky. | Pre?.. Pacific Region, and Mrs Fred Pollack. Pres., Women's Div.. Pacific Region. Less than a week following isJ suance of the protest from the i Southern California Region, the nhatt in Divisi r. stalked out of | the airing of nati rial i icecutive charges against the unit. The, walkout cami I the Stephen S Wise Cong:. ise here when j the two-man board—Victor Blanc | • : Philadelphia and Aaron L ittes of New York—rejected uni the request of Manhattan Division for clarifi tion of charges Leaders of the national AJC had previously alleged the Manhattan Division failed to carry out the Congress' program in good faith: violation of directive?, and so conducting itself as to cause disaffection among the membership. Counsel for the Manhattan Division, upon whose advice the Division walked out on the AJC hearing charged later that the national AJC had violated basic American principles of due process" in refusing to define the "vague and general charges. A spokesman for the American Jewish Congress contacted by an American Jewish Press reporter refused comment on the latest friction within the organization. He deplored the "irresponsible action" of the Manhattan Division in leaving the hearing and said he "didn't think it warranted the Amaranwi. • ,..*..-." man Hall. 311 Washington Aye Miami Beach, on Tuesday. March 6 M rs. Laura Elgtaon. Mrs. Evelyn Horenbein and Mrs. Ruth Apte Frank are in charge of he program. The new edition of the year book will be available to all members. Schwartzman To Spak Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker at the Friday night services of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Center at the new center building. 50 N. W. 51st Place, on March 2 at 8:30 p. m. Leo Chaim will conduct services. Golden Agers To Heap Junior Jewish Chorus The Junior Jewish Chorus win appear at the meeting 0 f Z Golden Age Friendship ci„h 1 the Miami Jewish Commit Center on Sunday, March ^ 3 p. m. at the center. The chor* is conducted by Louis SchwaS man, executive director of th Bureau of Jewish Education Forum To Highlight Council Meeting A forum, entitled "Food for Thought." will highlight the next meeting of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewin Women on Wednesday,.Marcha at 1:30 p.m. at the Shore Club Mrs. Juliet Oshlag. vice president in charge of education, announces that William Cornelius, assistant profess r I S tvernment University I Miami, and Louis Schwartzman. executive di: the Bureau of Jewish Education, will take part in the am. The education department ol council which has arranged the was originally con•he founding and Sunday schools, but In accordance with councils policv of adapting to needs of the community and the world, this nl has expanded to include mar.-, ithei inti r< its Chairman of each division of the department will participate. They include Mrs. Harold Rand. social legislation; Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. contemporary Jewish affairs: Mrs. Leila Rosenthal, international relations; Mrs. Harry Barnhard. interfaith: and Mrs. I. E. Harris, scholarships. Let ATTENTION: Artists, Students. Hobbyists. Drawing. Painting. Still-Life. Life Classes, Modeling. Carving, Ceramics Day and evening classes Reasonable fees. Circle Studio, 5.8-0409 WORRY About Your FOOD A Complete Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA %  SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS. 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PAGE 8 A rjewlst ncrk/ktr FRIDAY, MA RCH 2, 155! Roundup of Major National and Ov United Palestine Appeal Each will require a monthly outlay of S25.80 for food, clothing and shelter, medical attention. Lack of funds forced red.: of 1951 food budget for camp occupants by almost 20 percent. "American Jews must i nverl "deadlines' into "life!::. immigrants fleeing from countries 1951 is the "Now-or-Never" y ..: when Israel will receive 0 f persecution • me 200.000 Jews, most of them fleeing from the "iron curtain" Joint Distribution and Moslem countries in a fran-, ... tic race against time. These are L/Omminee the deadline immigrants who T 5Q JDC S36.568.000 m "fJL e i ^ U „ bef0,e the ga,CS ^ and aided 450.000 Jews abroad. slammed shut. JDC : ans] irted 182.000 to [sIn 2> 2 years since Israel was, rael and a;def i 10.000 to : me the U: States ..nd other lands. I her .-.'. v. r m vUPA agencies i1950 spent e: ints—Jews who :::td to than S113.000.000: for 1951. be m race ....-...-..-t real the budget calls for expenditures or implied deadlines. of S1T4.000.000 for trar.,; tation. Meanwhili since funds a\ ti n and reable to JDC from the United Jews' "' %  ment. %  ;. ... th in in L'PA agencies respons foi -.ning and to cut b.-. 5, i : • %  mplex that tei f thousai fron Eastern Europi an I I %  : an exj nditun : $15,East l Is 1 00 ; 160.000 Jews receivi I % % % % % %  ne l • -__. : ..;. c] thing ai] | • Un mat] n : transit 100 000 48.0n" Jewish chil Nun %  insl ; ttle80.000 Jews each were :• ... •• ents %  '." %  :• :. %  %  •' %  : • %  • ttle%  • 1951 rent 40.000 wen he Iped to si 11 : • • • thi nu • VE Day I I 1C0.000 ." %  N. • .and Easl el d: • • unden te in squalid si f settli :. %  : %  portunity • %  feeding nd educational ncies S9; %  t. j In 1950 JDC in parti Agency and the i Israeli G ent. program 1 '•'• 'hai re" n< n Is* to 7 '.-:.:: s end some 3.000 sick, aged or incapacitated immts w< re under Malben care. For 1951 JDC requires a minimum of S22.350.000 to aid 400.000 Jews abroad. Two important changes mark JDC's program for the current year: 1. JDC. which rescued and ht 615.000 Jews to Palestine, later Israel, since VE Day. has tu-ned over to the Jewish Agency responsibilly for emigration to JDC .' ill, however, contints aid for 30.000 coming to the U. S.. Canada. Latin America and other lands. 2. JDC has assumed total adtive and financial respon•-, t % %  : Malben, the welfare program in Israel for "hard core" s. It aims to expand hospitals, old-age homes and rehabilitation centers to care for 5.000 to 6.000 persons. There are 10.000 in Israel needing this care, and more are arriving daily. There are an additional 3.100 "hard cores" in the DP camps emigration depends on Malben care. In 1951 JDC must: Bring relief, medical and child care programs to some 85.000 Jews in Europe. Assist some 107.000 Jewish children in Moslem lands through : i %  pi grams, medical care lucatii in. Help tens of thousands of Jew to self-support through credit ves, producers' c> and JDC-! upp .rted ORT schools. United Service For New Americans r voluntary immigrati ih and resettlement agency. NYANA New York Association for New icans) largest local pi reliefncy in U. S. Peak i 1949. 37.700 Jewish survivors; 1950. 15.000 arrivals; 1951, 20.000 expected. Aid needed for some previous arrivals as well as 1951 newcomers. Most DP's entering U. S. now have neither friends nor relatives to aid them. Must depend on community "assurances" of housing, jobs, initial aid to become selfsupporting, integrated. Function: 1. Pre-immigration arrangements. 2. Resettlement arrangements. 3. Reception, care, temporary aid at ports of entry. 4. Enroute assistance, funds for, travel, baggage, etc. 5. Community consultation services. 6. Liaison government, other agencies in U. S. and overseas. 7. Food, clothing, shelter, vocational, counseling, medical, etc.. in New York area. 1951 Need—U.S.N.A.. $1,580,000: NYANA, $5,700,777; Total S7.281.577 How Fund* After deducting caa eraton year-round tZ ceive57.8 0 of the first Local, national and j will receive 42.2 0 0 | j The next S87.500 wifl seas agencies (other [U The balance will bi first million dollars 2 42.2 % to all other a, Please note that ail year-round activities, j budgeting, amount to 1 ( Our Youngsters At Home .. And Jewish Children Overseas The tots pictured here are three-year-o'd triplets enjoying their stay ,] a Jo ; nt Distribution Committee transient center for Jewish emigrants in Paris. Cere and maintenance, as well as transportation costs Jo their ntw home in Argentina, are burg paid fcy JDC major America.-, agency riding distretsed Jews abroad. American Committee For U.I.T. The American Committee for the Hebrew University. Weizmann Institute of Science, and Technion, popularly known as U.I.T.. is. in th.' words of its president, Professor Albert Eintein, "a merger of forces for the advancement of science, technolv and higher learning in IsThe influence of these institutions is not limited to their educational and research facilities in Jerusalem. Rohovoth and Haifa. Their students and faculty members work in every part of Israel, helping establish industries and training seamen. They participate in every piu.se of life in Israel and cover ever) section of the countrj. The L'.I.T. is the sole body in Slates authorized to ial support for these institutions. American Fund For Israel Institutions the .' ions in ;fnd indent mship Ph Ihari i• %  v, %  • tioi eu .n.i 1. trainthei acl I I • the cult %  '• %  • i.unl the A "isI and pro. conductors and musii Institutions which become benof the A tn Fund thi ii right to conduct %  !i nt can in the da. Amerced I I de a mod • ual buds I ni'del. All budgetary %  %  the Isofficers, trustees nd din** the American Fund whoj prominent community lea* the United State and Caa Federated Council 0 Palestine Institutions The Federated c ,unci estine Institul :2an 1940. is a central fund-raisj promotional agent y f.r the pendent reli lucatioi welfare instituti ns in Isr appeal is directed priraj welfare fund coir The 1950 p: ojj •-: comprised 83 ii ns| following fields Orphanages, -i aged, 3: Homes i r the Bia Incurables. 2: II pitalsa) Aid Societies. 4: i; tions, 9: Soup K Loan Funds. 2: Yeshiwi Talmud Torahs, Tens of thoumds o( p in Israel are being mainta aided in part tions. Their for 1950 app: i Hg of which ab ii I.OSl be raised in I The FCPI h eluded an key organ:,'. •. Hayeshivoth, M Ichud Hayi loth H. • which ("• %  and wi lfai insl P B 1S51 : :-." I Kadassah Hadassah, tl nizat %  • ; trict of C I Rico. !•' r thi Mj \ techn .in' • : d< moci endurin Ji igh i I %  relati youth ai tivitii if., lassah's ed on in .' .. pital, which si .-. is in B | ehth pital in Safad tersi th is %  Ha'ayin, the i a Harold Shapiro Herbert Kaplan .luii Milton Sirkin Metro)



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PAGE 8 B +Jmist Flor&tan FRIDAY, MARCH 7 1 Xoic Opvn STEAM BATHS 1020 Meridian Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-0301 Steam Rooms Massage Whirlpool Baths Therapeutic Tubs Physiotherapy Clinic Spacious Lounges Exercisers Solarium Separate Facilities for Me n and Women .1 o i: s o L 1 : ii IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES South American Souvenirs and Jewelry 2201 Collins Avenue 215 Lincoln Road Phone 58-3579 Phone 5-4330 Religious Directory... Temple israei (Reform). 137 N E 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus. I %  %  i nil %  tlon at mornln Man Kaplan wlH II. arted and w Is* Wttajjr .,11 TempU Israel servlcea. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative). Biscayne Elementary School Catetorium, .77th St. and Di.kens Ave. Philip Fried. Spiritual Leader. vt 20 p.m. R P %  I I Will i ...k .HI "The l.itaclel ,at .11 follow the ervlces at '.•:i". followed by -i inlor I' 11 :!.' %  Congregation Beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid AreMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday evening services at Temple Isaiah (Reform). Town Saturday mominr at 8J0 the iciupc ="* T _,.i_ D.,J will preach on the Portion & Beach Club, 1 Lincoln noaa. u k A| 4 )( m the vaUhl will Hpeak rabbi of the Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. on "Charity in the Time ..r Moses !" Today." Mimha at 4:30 p.m. Mann. ,_ ., ,., ft followed bv Shalos Seudo* and %  • t' 'Maarlv services. Dally service 7:30 a.m. followed by class in Mlshna. Mincha-at .-.. rviees Friday Rabbi Mann's subject will The Decay of the Old [deals. Baturdav morning at it the rabbi will conluct a Sabbath service on the air wet W1NZ His toplc7wlll be "The Ideal 11 IsbftBd." Coral Gables Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop; Joseph Malek, cantor: Steve Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. at S:15 p.m. Skop •'" ilonie —t \ 6 p.m. followed on Sumlays, Tuesdays and W.-dneadaysby class In LAWS ami Customs, and on Mondays and Thursdays by class In Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 2020 Polk St. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig: Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Frldiv evening services at 5:30. Late Friday services at 8:80. Rabbi COULTON BROS GARAGE S '' • get the (jj^ honest full ^uart I tiff* AVMNBS. get Clicquot Club B'rlth • it will %  %  ; .%  fand I n "M Hit M meeting Miami II I Ai next V sal %  %  a 1 bl Pronounted i _w n.-i.. • %  %  • !i I.. Shawmut wh i iil Boon the Lake." 1901 North Flagler Silturil Drive. W. Palm Beach. Richard E. Sinaer, Rabbi. : Narol rabbi. Israel. M Dr. N 11 D. C. The ju • Congrecanon Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. %  evei • • • f il *' .... Officers hosts al %  %  • %  %  %  the P irtlon %  .... I Mis Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis Feder. t 5:45 • • %  • %  • the Wi Congrega'.icn Beth David (Conservative). Coral Way and 26tb Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. %  %  1 I a.m. H every eek -da > n \ lull He Wednesday 7: t"> p in. Miami Hebrew School and Congregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer. even ng %  • vl %  al I Late Slstei bbath Mrs Joseph Schwadron, • i. ill speak. Th.< % %  oi a -in the s< %  IVI un Welntraub, Jack Isidore Fogel, Benjamin Golden, Becker, Michael Blank, ll-r' %  !. M.i \ \. A I _-. LOUlS Oncg Shabbal • ay mornln* .it 9 the • II s| sk on thi Poi tlon <>f the M it 5 p in followed by Khalos Budos and Marrlv. Mbn iv s. ho. i .1.. •• 6 p MI. Dally services 7:30 a.m and o p.m. Bar M tzval • Sundaj at >-:3. Miami Beacn Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Late Friday evening service at S:30. Ral.l-i Lehrman will pn i h Saturday rabbi in preach ot thi w s Portion of thi %  !;i> blbli %  p n : bj Shalos S'udos Dallj 1 %  %  i s ;i in and fl i' in Bi • ikfaal set > Ice Sunda) 1:11 .i in. in the chapel, followed by break. i patio .' I Ber\ 9 SO a.ni Saturday inorninc in the assembly hall of the school building Daily .-• hool Monday through Thurwlav from 3:S0 to 6:.1" 'Sunday Khool !> to 13 noon, H:nh H, hiiol for Ji wish studies Sunday iu am. Hebrew Academy. 918 6th St. Miami Beach. 7 n m. ami 5 morninjf at 9 a.m. %  (> in. Saturday at 4 p.m. there will be a ry hour for children of (he entire ifri tnenta win be lerved ind Hebrew dances and songs hi iiy Bobble Lauer • t". M in. and Sahlos Si idoi wrvlee .it I i eld by Mi 0 West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)Rabbi Ezra LifsHtx. at 8:11 i : re the I ibhl prea h• the Wei k. Suni ., m F"rrst Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven. 26th Ansiiversai THeAte CUSTOM TAILOBl 26 Years oi Servicel the World's Most I Distinctive Clien:e| 1104 Lincoln Roat' Ph. 5-3812 I %  i-..i afaai Iv, 11 ill; %  : •! 5. IJ Bnnda} • ni? KIS 8:30. Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orl Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. I H. Horowitz. Bervlces h-.M p n I *j services at 7:30 n m "'1 ; ^1. Cong. Monticello Put I 163rd and 10th Ave. Rer.l D. Katz. Kridav evening BI I.-ito Friday evi 'I B '•! Sat ir.l.i I sun lay sihool :it 10 a.m. wl venlng services st :J0 Congregation Kneseih (Traditional), 1415 Euclid J Miami Beach. Rabbi 1*1 Ever. Abraham Seif, Caa| F*:iila\' evi nlng wr\1 ^ Oneg Sabbath foi I urday mot nlng 4 les> **£ Ral.hl Ever will I of the Week at 4 1 followed bv Shalos follow: Maarh Ices. Daily servlcen at ; l -U by class in M shi r ",Z§ eha at 5:0 followed !•> %  '•'•'" %  j Lawa and Cusl Sunday and Th 11 In Talmud rabid. Dally 1 Monday througl Tnun I. Sunday si • %  u '--. 1 >n dalb In 'he <>•"• Congregation 1 Sunday the bn thi hood "j services at I •** v and cultural prneram. r Flagler-Granada Jew*' 50 N.W. 51st P:ace. slondaj '.,L 7:30 a.m. Baturd day it I 1 followed by M J __..,, North Dade Jewish (Conservative). 13630/. Highway. North Miami, j rrlday evei Safirday tnon 1 ,^-...tfl Temple Beth El (C^ 630 Fern St.. West Pal %  Rabbi Manue. Gre..e* I Prldaj 1 I .' i> at 9 IS p.m. Hebrew s dally from 4 p.m to 1:10 p m Sunday school from t:4I t.. II noon Temple Emanu-El of Ft. LaudNorthside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens. 5028 N.W. 7th R .'.'' K VH ffn Ave. crdale and Hollywood (Reform). Ir.iit r„... ,^ 1801 So Andrews Ave.. Fort 31 as W ,ii er T ,C0nMrM,1Ml Lauderdale. Dr. Mariu. Hanson, 3198 S. W. 24ih Terr rabbi. .tSp-m Dr Ranson ,-.,; w ,ll .P!: e c h --.H'rew session. Sal Ifeekly PorM M. .,:, I \|. > r MiVivah 2' B V b S %  ** by Shah* imrt sehool at 10-.rm 151* Baturdsy achool 3 I" 11 day school 10 .„„ Congregation J oungj, thodox). 4001 Chase A' Beach. h ., y Bervlci !?.*.! 3 day at 9 a.m. followed h> Sunday to T followed bv ^ ; AH t-oung larael -;'V b,r are invited to "* n g — dOfl TTeretn Iw"'..^^ H lu Miami (Orthodox). Avenue. .at i^ PVlday %  %  Saturday 9 a.m [0 am.: religious school Sunday 1:4.. Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David). 135 N.W. 3r d Ave. Rabbi Marvin Z.lkowits. | •*<" "JJ, R e i iq iou Co Friday evenings.-iyn,,.< ji; s-it "• Wi j Ct urday at : Vm.^The ra'l.b w 11 Mtl • W. *** S ^ sJTdJ^ '"* ,,BrtM • •*• w %  e te e *' tur ** tud> B n.ui. meets at 4:45 with Mm, lia o'clock.



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PAGE 14 A *Jeisti fhrldian FRIDAY, MA R CH 2, ngagemeni Barbara Boycll Is Affianced To Martin Kabccnell Announcerm nl I I B ... %  Josei K n( II, s n .::-. and Mrs, Mi tia< I M K i % % %  11 : P %  : I v Bovell. 1690 S.W. 1st A\ A H the brideH Va., %  % %  niversiM : E lucal '. S Alp S %  : or Honor Students Is Announced Two • Cohei a %  • Pei B %  %  %  :•. : %  %  Fla£l< k r-4rana€la Women To Hold LuiH'lu'on Mar. 6 \v men's Activities Group of -Granada J wish Comnter will hold a lunchA room of Mi2451 N. W. 7th i,i Mrs, Ben n. %  i otthe .: imi s & %  425 A %  Auxiliary To Hold Annual Donor Event Phyllis Katz Joins June Brides-Elecl Mr. :ind Mrs. Samuel K % %  5790 North Bay Beach, and Port c have announced | of their daughti 11 i olx Mrs. Irvin: I I I ken, N. J. The wi for June. The bridi Ch ii te School, B due University. It nl if the G %  : Co., Inc., N. J. !" Mr. Greenbi i visor of plant & Till rd Disl gi adu ted 1 i: sity in 1947. D II. he servi d the 86th Annv .'„ •ers, : e %  %  :> in the president' rid a men %  Mi!. Qu %  : ly. Be ich Women's A the I will hold ii> annual don ir iun 'i the Imperial R R mey Plaza Hot( 1 on Tuesday, March 6, at 12 n Mrs, Sol Silverman is chairman of the event. Cantor Malek To Appea At Northside Meeting Cantor Joseph \V. y offer VOCal ; \M communitj metf I of the Northside Jewish Cent M mday evening, Ma %  < h 5 at) A program of continental music N w 7th Aw. Titli : c Malek's presentation will *J Scope of Jewish Music." will nished by the Miami Gypsy Trio, consisting ol I Bibor Stein, pianist, Jeno Prager, violinist, and Charles Magda, 'cellist. A feature of the program will be presentation of an original song based on the donor and written by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry and Miss Clara Goldenberg and sung by Mrs. Irving Frankel. The ••Voices of the Home Auxiliary" will sing the theme song, •'Women, Women. Women." The invocation will be given by Mrs, Harry Koretzky, and Mrs. Ben; imin Appel, president, will present testimonial awards to Dr. ia Wohl Schultz and Mr. and D n. O t hi '. p %  A %  \ 'l B %  : M Women's ( I Car.tor Philip ( the services al C Tfilah. 935 Euc! Beach, on Fri p.m. and Saturday, J 8:3C a.m. Tickets are or, suf the ry.iagogue. Rabb: To Review Book Mildred Wu:serman, Manny Lube! „. d Alberta • shown rehearsing ? scene from "Nct'.-.ing But Jho Truth." Broadway comedy hit by James Montgomery, to be presented by the Theatre Guiid cf the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Tuesday and Wednesday, March G and 7. at 8:30 p.m. in the Coral Gables Elementary School Auditotium. Others in the cast include Harriet Swerd in, Irwin Gars, Judge William Pallot, Marjorie Huntington, Mike Chaprran ard Jerry Merlin. The production is under the direction of Lillian Fox cf X're Dramatic Academy, with Ruth Forman as dialogui director. Gertrude Hechler is dramatic co-ordir.ator: .fcld, prompter; Alvin Corenblurn, set designer and build Herman Fisher, program. K1STT WINS 3-T0-1! £*nntaf KOSH Eli CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME, TEMPI I ELS 1701 %  • I %  I i ruth 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING "7 t 'I W M.tf. WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph 3.2657 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Violin Virtuoso Jascha Heifetz will play Beethoven's Concerto in D Major for Violin and Orchestra, op. 61. when he anpears with the University o; Miami Symphony en Sunday ard Monday, March 4 and 5. at B:3C p.m. Sunday's concert will be bald at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium and Monday's at the Miami High School Auditorium. The orchestra will offer Carl Goldmark's "In Springtime" Overture, Nikolai Miaskovsky's Symphony in FSharp Minor. No. 21, op. SI. and George ViUlis' Greek Fanlasie. I READ AMAZING RESULTS of unbiased taste tests HOW TESTS WERE CONDUCT!D: 1. Supervised and Audited by one of America's best known firms of t crtitied Public Accountants* 2. Brand names concealed. 3. Housewives chosen through cooperation of church groups, women's clubs and auxiliaries, coast-to-coast. 4. Panels of hundreds in ( ich test city assured accuracy5. I \perts chosen from home economists, loud editors, etc. C Siar-Kist Tuna and another lead IOC nationally advertised brand were taste test* d b| both experts and housewives in each panel. RESULTS... Food Experts or>d Housewives Prefer Star-Kist Tuna, 3 to 1 At audited by fndcpendenf Certified Public Accountant* Nationwide Tests Prove Star-Kist Flavor Wins O vff| Other Leading Brands... In unbiased taste tests, an overwhelm*! majority chose Star-Kist. 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Urn AY. MARCH 2, 1951 I'll Say... i along the modern portion of Cordova, provincial Spanish town without impordistinctlon. In a bookshop, I pick Jewist Mnrirlirtr, PAGE 3 A Cordova: The New York Of The 10th Century ,11 CI1SUIICIIUII. Ill a WUUIVOIIUH, 1 |JIIK lip "Build ,! Spain," by Clara C. Perkins and wander the Gudalquivir, a famous rivi nned e built in Roman times. Across the main nodern .park contains u band hell >,i design, obviously an attempt to reantique Moorish past. I wonder at the -i the sidewalks. The littli b \ nust iplined. Later I learn that the bitl fit i nly for marmalade, exported i i j .r rive o'clock teas. rich and read in the book. "The popu|, v.; during the reign oi Abdd-H ihi itimated at a million. The nai i and drained i I ti m, were snaded during the sumi : ; tin tn tched from house to in use. and • n miles of these streets were hr.il: ["here wi re ov( .'10,000 shops in which eels and rarest delicacii i were st profusion. There wt e 700 ths, and more than 4.000 mat I, congregated the motley tin mixed population, I with traders E and the Orient." \fi S. '/.mil. i capital of the Western Caliphate, was I I [ I I I est, the most colorful, the wealthiest city in. ,,;1yal days of old Jerusalem no period in Jewish history was as free, as creative, as enchanting. El Mezquita. The greal M mains one of the wondi ra ev< n in our world. Its dimensions aie breath taking— Shght Her than St. Peters in Home. th( I church on this plaint. After several cenl ments, I 200 columned pill rest of horsei hoe arches. 'I' iday tl 1 850 arble pillars, all 13 feet h i ; %  gnitude when tiio numerous Chris! inI C thedi I are virtually lost in th i >l unforgi tti ble beaul th< Mar b, i Inly ark. with its superb I u ved "in of e single block of bli m th< form of ,-i shell H K i was read •., ihe assembled myriads ei :h Friday on th. A Former Juderia. According to my guide, th. s lived in the immediate Almodovar gate, an rmerly Hab-al-Yahud 'Jews Gate) one immediately < %  a labyrinth of narrow, cobble stom 1 lam •. slanting down to the gutters in the center, s mv il th 15th century houses still standing wen | by Jews and Marranos. High walls surround thorn and through grilled iron gates the picturesque patios are visible. Adjacent to the Mosque is the Plazuella Majmonidi -. in memory of the great philosopher, who was probably bom in the Calle de la Juderia close by. One walks on the Calle Judios and stops before a national shrine. Entering the small courtyard, the ye meets a plaque on the wall and reads in Spanish: The VIII centennial o.f Maimonides — l'J35. Born March 30, 1135. Spain, through the government of the nation. Expresses homage to the immortal genius oj Judaism. By HARRY SIMONHOFF Cordova, his birthplace, offers veneration To his memory, A Solitary Monument. The door opens into a Synagogui rebuilt In 1315. Small but beautifully proportioned, it still fcw earmarks of artistocratic distinction. The arab< que designs on the walls recall the elegance of thi Alhambra. Hebrew and Arabic are cut upon tin a plaster of paris as durable and as beautiful as marble. process now n. Th > n %  i the upper gallery were hidden behind graceful I I work. An open mche in the east wall is all I left of the Aron Kodesh (hoi and expulsion in 1402. an altar tor host and cru< t replaced tii" Torahs of parchment leased in vet mantillas. Decl ne oi d Fall. up the %  5 of the C and the g ildi f Jewish, cull abru] In 1148 Cord th tical Almoh idi s of Mori i the not frum i id i the sword*. The father ol the 13 d Main nidea te with 1 i i .: .. later, the Cl 0\ • r. n. It is ironical that in the 13th century ,h ws A r< perse uti i by Christians I n.it being Trinitarians, and by .Mohammedans tor noC being Unitarians. One walks with veneration on the stn 1 by Maimonides. Jehu; 1 Halevi, Ibn Gabriol. Si nuel Hanagid (the prince), Abraham and Moses Ibn Ezra With a side glance at New York, one thinks it sir; ngc that Jews always manage 1 to stay close to the C( oler of the world's most eventful times and placi -. Vet there seems no sure foundation for a secure J' h life in the Galut. The chief of police informs you with Spanish courtesy that there are no Judics living in Cordova today. Jewish Schools To Mark Music Month With Musical Narrative Sunday At 3 Tin ish schools of Greater m nil r clubs will celerate urth anniversary of : Israel and national Ji v month in a gala on Sunday, at the Miami i ty Cen enP %  : I C • |Pythian Sisters To Meet : thi Pj I .. el on v. : 7, at a p. m. at n will %  Alici Pom-' 1 S. W. 15th Street, on |.' % %  rch 15, ai ;; p. „,. % %  I thcoming gSmes I be formulated. and the Hebrew Academy, singing Israeli. Yiddish and Hassidic songs. Solo singing will feature Reva Shapiro, of Beth David tion. A special dance of Young Judaea will bring r. the I showing film, Thi P i Land procom%  i .Arrangements for the festival were made by the Jewish MusicCouncil of Greater Miami under the direction of Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education and Robert Strassburg, musical consultant of the Jewish Centers Association. riumiM \ i r\\TOK IS AVAILABLE FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Call 58-7486 „ PAINTING iPAPER HANGING • EASY FINANCING • REASONABLE PRICES • LICENSED and INSURED ART HEIMER Ph.: 87-6474 th St., Miami — Phono 3-6Sb6 .v-;.YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING— D O N SEND SELF PACKED FOOD PARCELS! T LET THEM DOWN! *>U ft -. **** ? V> FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WEIGH UP TO 70 LBS. FOOD NET WEIGHT 55 LBS. Shipping Charges incl. duties ONLY 99^ per Llm r pound Thi3 price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras .HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND—— FOR A FAMILY 13 lbs. Canned Meat: 8 lbs. Sugar: 8 lbs. Butter; 8 lbs. 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PAGE 4B Gulfstream Park To Open March 5 Gulfstream Park shifted into high gear this week as the decks an cleared for the action scheduled to g?t underway March 5 an I continuing through Apnl 20. Topping the week's peparaTHE ADVENTURES HyNOPSis: TRAPPED By SHEER DISTANCE OF SAND AND HOT SUN, TOV. AND THE BOY Jfcfaft/fcr*fE>/7 Of CAPTAIN TOV/ IT-IT!S NOT V-^AND^ COMING / THERE S il^^XMARcu 2,195 CHANCE FO>? SURVIVAL—AN AIRPLANE UZI, SUDDENLY SEE ON THE i n sing of non to HORIZON, A SLIM tli $7,5 l I Inaugural Handicap on Thursday morning, followed alii liately by posting of weights : u this six furl spi int Accep .ill be made through th en1 box on Saturday when th opening day program is pre)' I [n addition to the Inaui 1, the Hernanda Purse and the I. Jeune Purse are down ; decision on March 5. the former __ _, _. foi three-year-olds and the latMt. Sinai llosuil;il Sharet Chapter To Take l:. ; 1 V f ., u: "; year ; olds f nd p \uril^ nnlr.iH Part In Gables Services M I t.ich are at a mile and a .*%tril* linirm I ,_ u ._ s ;. enth route. %  ,-„_ Kfl m ^ In observance of National B nai Roc.n Secretary W. R. Dahl* P ***u h th Y Ung Men S a d Young Strom expects "the cream of the To complete the vertical transWomen's Sabbath Service Month. I .-jcing colony to be named g? rtat ', n need f. i the Inaugural." There have Hos P' ta ]a !" n b. • no major shipments north. fwarded_ to the f nd no concerted migration is exor e insta 'l all on of a modern the Coral Gables Jewish Center I" 1 In at least the first few hos P ital elevator, it was an-, a t Friday evening services on of the meeting. This gives nounced b >' Samuel Gertner. the March 2. at 8:15 p.m. D his pick of stables ffom hos P' lal s executive director. Participants will be Betsy I ix'al tracks, and the post "Fast. dependable elevator Banks, Romesa Rosenthal. Trudi time parade may include such service for our staff and visitors Lach. Elaine Ha:dt and Rosalyn speed Dukes Gal, Algasir, is a prime necessity in this sevenCohen. Beverly Koch, president 1/\! iv.:. Delegate, Jam Session, story hospital which accommoo: up. will speak on .''... : J :.:..'. othdated over 7.500 patients dui %  : t and the C nmunity." An ar of operation." G:-. 3 will follow the proved popul senei .... March 6. at 8 p.m. v It is I | the wheel, hair I • at I I st. service of the hospital. of \v but • xplained. consists ol nteers -meetin %  • .ue vaui-di IMI B women s Sabbath Service Month. !L£J ,fl EH ^' %  S haret Chapter of B'nai B'nth •ontract has been ,. ^ e Otis Elevator Co. Youn S Women will be guests of •IW V Honors n.'ahhS Hanson — — Jewish Reader Guest : j E i C I A %  %  t the 1 tically and J"' 1 Will ;;: %  „ I.. %  it of I '' • f this ision the A si u %  V pr pa : to ei the starter I %  i y of Rab: "• ucn v -' : 'n the op< at ., ihip in Inti ent s n tice. Giving the car an attractive in' ':•' f Fort Laudi r-steel cov< ring. ^1 1 7" ft i £• V 'on 'Jinn ( .,.. _• I. i • %  See oP'-one Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life ln Co. 907 Biicayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. tflpage'parnphn* i %  %  Miracle in Fort I • %  11 Balkin Speaks In Tampa t J Balkin. direel f L Of 1 £."';•' : League of B'nai \ : : Tampa this we. kl :. w ddressing sociology '.. University of i ampa. n' : ••"•'; comm unit; the Tampa Urban 1 to lead a worksh a dis' community pr.jg.-amratic group extending from the handrail t the floor, serves as protection against scuffing and bumping of hospital equipment. -V J. FriM'dman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. DTM 131D Telephone 5-9017 REVLIN HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM Under Supervision of Rev. M. Moscowitx Uolhns Ave. at 13th St.. M. B.—Ph. 5-7688 Open To The Public t ZSTi£?S£? SI .75 *u P GORDON FUNERAL — HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES CTOALITTl PEUCATESSEH MEATS Distributed by Hi-Grade Food Co. 1733 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 9-845S For 25 years the name GORDON has been at soc.ated with service to Greater Miam, Jew.sh causes In ?; our "me of need let %  help you as w e have ne for "ther gratefufamilies GORDON 710 S.W. 12th Ayenu. Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 R I. AHERN Funeral Director Simonhoff To Speak To Sholem Luncheon Club Harry Simonhoff, world traveller and Jewish Floridtan columnist, will address the members of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, at their weekly luncheon meeting on Tuesday, March 6, at 12:15 p.m. at the Miamian Restaurant, it is announced by Col. Michael M. Isenberg. luncheon chairman. Simonhoff will describe the changes in the State of Israel which he observed during his last visit. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield WoshenvWip Auto Locks %  Latches SALES SERVICF QUICK EFnCKNT AUTO LOCK & HARDWA1 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9.3


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fewiisltUEIliOipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY NUMBER 9 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS SOLICITATION ON SUNDAY LAUNCHES Y-WIDE "WE THE PEOPLE" CAMPAIGN %  ft fc & ft iT ft ropolitan Canvass To Start With Kick-Off Breakfast 51 Combined Jewish Appeal will get underway with ise canvass of more than 10,003 prosp;cts at a 1 : tst on Sunday, March 4, at 10 a.m. at the Fleet>>, 800 West Ave., Miami Beach. metropolitan unit, under the chairmanship of Fred K. an enrollment — ~' \ the time of the dent of the Chicago Rabbinical Association. He is currently vice • ,v as area president of the National Ass iciamun ityw ide ;lon f Jewish Chaplains, chair.. Roth Miami man of the Bronx Committee of pelowitz, Miami; th( u,b:in Lea 8 U0 of Now York Coral Gables; Al i and a member of the Bronx board i Clein. Flagler-1 of the National Conference of IWilliam Kneapler, Christians and Jews. iJ^mSA H heW the rank of Ue tenant el Monticello Park. commander in the navy during \ which formally World War II and served in Eng1 151 campaign, folj land and the South Pacific on the : staff of Adm. Thomas Kincaid. Author of "Problems of Jewry in the Contemporary World" and "Europe's Conscience in the Decline," the rabbi has only relale Temple, cently returned from an extenY 1 i mer spiritual sjve tour of Israel His wife> Ab i s ^o^^one Shulman. was last year chairman r speakers, of the speakers division of the ..riuate of HeUnited Jewish Appeal, in Cincinnati,: Sharing the speaker's platform ern University wUh the rabbi will be.luminaries 3 of intensive i tivity which has iwards a goal 70. I I is address the Charles E. N rabbi served as presiDur'ng^"TyS \ the theatrical world as well, influential Chicago as civic and industrial leaders. Immediately following the I breakfast, the army of workers will begin ringing doorbells throughout the area. Shochet has termed this phase of the drive 1 the "We the People" campaign. j in which each member of the Jewish community is asked to give of his time in enrolling every | Jewish person in the area as a | contributor. The Greater Miami Rabbinical, ; Association has issued a proJ clamation calling upon the citiI zens of the community to bend every effort to insure the success 1 of the drive, and local rabbis will. ; devote their sermons to the cami paign on March 2 and 3. i The Combined Jewish Appeal, which is conducted under the auspices of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, allocates funds to 50 local, national and overseas agencies. ,. ,1 Miami's campaign is the lust in the country and is used to set the pace for the nation. This city was the first m the nation to establish a formula for allocations to the United Jewish ] Appeal, major beneficiary ol trie CJA. Under the terms ol this I formula, the UJA will receive J. 57.8 percent of the first mildollars distributed, aftei reexShochef Calls For More Volunteers An urgent plea for can.; voluntei : Eoi the 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal was issued by Fred Shochet, chairman of the tropolitan unit of the chive. Shochet. in a letter to the p dents of every Jewish organization in the city, asked them to provide workers for the campaign. He pointed out that in order to raise the huge sum of money which the local community is being called upon to give, it will be necessary to enroll no less than 1200 volunteers. Approximately 800 workers have already enrolled in the metropolitan unit, according to Shochet. He pointed out that this year's campaign is a crucial one. "Locally," he said, "we are confronted with the necessary of raising more than $133,000 toward i the anticipated operating deficit i of Mount Sinai Hospital. "In addition to our local associations, we must raise money for a number of national and overseas agencies. We cannot hope to achieve success unles we secure cooperation from the community in furnishing us the manpower that is needed." Serving with Shochet are the following: Miami Beach area; Burnett Roth chairman; Ted Nelson, Jerome Lelchuk, Seymour Liebman, Jack Abbott, Judge Bernard Frank, Richard Fink, Norman Greene, Henry Seithn, Joseph Pollack, majors; and Mrs. Sheldon Blank, Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs. Murray Goodman, Miss Frances Landau. Mrs. Lila Shmitt. Mrs. Harry Koretzky, Howard Hadley, Bernard Mezritch, Edward Resnick, Steve Speir, Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff and Mrs. Lena Mintzes. captains. Miami area: M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman; Mrs. Alvin Casse Maurice Grossman, Irving Saal. Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Max Mencontinued on Page 4 A) Campaigner M. Iwiti, who has served in lion u....... Combined Jewish Appeal campaign costs, collection the annual fund-raising serves, Federation year-round was inaugurated thirteen penses and dues are aeaucsea. ago. will head the Miami Local, national and oversea door-to-door solicitation agencies (other than UJA) W" receive 42.2 percent of the first million dollars distributed. The next $87,500 will go to the local, national and overseas agencies (other than L'JA). ^n ouaget commmee. n., The balance wi 111 be divided n financial chairman for the I the same ratio at tt,first mUUon Home for the Aged and dollars distributed—a7.8_pcrc of the 1951 campaign. Owitz, who was named hiunity Builder" last year Greater Miami Jewish M'on. is a member of the tio n budget committee. He liami Jewish Community A leader in Beth David's to complete its building. Ipwiti directed two city-wide population surveys. dollars uis"i"" • ,, to UJA and 42.2 percent to all other agencies. Reservations may be made by calling Federation office at 58-4331. Miami Beach Councilman Burnett Roth is serving his second consecutive year as chairman of the Miami Beach area of the metropolitan unit Seven Statos Have FKPC NEW YORK. Feb. 26 (JTA) — Only seven states in this country laws outlawing racial discrimination in employment, a na; survey undertaken by the Associated Press established. Tl r< -nits of lh" survey, made public tc day, also show that three states have set up fair pra< commissions c n edui ai] basis, while bills to set up such c m are pending in 13 st ites. Twenty-six other states have no Fair Employment Practices Commission. They include all the S uthern states where such 1. are opposed on grounds that they w iuld upset the South's traditional segregation of races. Southern Democrats have blocked prop i in C mgress for a Federal F.E.P.C., but the issue is still a live one in Washington. Bills have been introduced in both houses to set up an F.E.P.C. with enforcement authority, but committees have yet to begin hearings. If Congress refuses to Fred K. Shochet. editor and act. President Truman may folpublisher of The Jewish Floridian. low President Roosevelt's course heads the metropolitan unit of the and create a commission by execcampaign. ^^ u tive order. Ben Gurion Presents Plan To Knesset After Negotiation Attempts Fail JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Following the failure of Premier David Ben Gurion this weekend to conclude negotiations which would form either a stable coalition aovernment with the Mapai and Religious Bloc, minus Interior Minister Moshe Shapira, or which would permit a temporary Mapai caretaker governm ent until general elections can be held, it was reported Monday that Mr. con f erenC e at Ramat Gnn Sunday Ben Gurion presented a brand njght the Maccabi movement denew plan for Parliament's apcjded to a ffiii a te with the General proval. Zionist Party. A committee was The proposal, it was learned. ; appointed by the parley to arwill call for the present coalition a nge the details of a final merger Cabinet to serve as a caretaker agreement. government until the elections, Meanwhile, the Cabinet, at its with one important condition— regular weekly session, heard rcnone of the parties in the governports from Premier Ben Gurion ment need assume collective re,,n his visit to President Weizsponsibility for all government mann Wednesday. ^^ decisions. Thus, each policy would stand or fall on its ability to secure a majority in Parliament, with the strong possibility that coalition members might be voting against government policy Also, votes of "no confidence' would not affect the day-to-day work of the Cabinet since it is already operating without majority support. Since such a proposal does not run counter to whatever Israel Constitutional law exists, it i; expected that if the proposa' meets with Knesset approval President Weizmann will no press for a Cabinet change durint the transition period. Addressing a Progressive Part; meeting Saturday night, Ministe. of Justice Pinhas Rosen charged that "knowingly or unknowingly, the Mapai Party is playing "thr game of the General Zionists.' He described that "game" as ". ili sire to form a coalition with the Mapai after the elections." Turning to an analysis of the role of the left-wing Socialist Maparr Party, Dr. Rosen insisted that i' could not participate in any coalition government because of it demand for Israeli neutrality in the international conflict. Neutrality, he added, is possible only for such countries as Switzerland which are not members of the United Nations. Concluding a two-day national i.lilton Sirlcin. YMHA leader. is directing the army of workers conducting the house-to-house canvass in the Coral Gables area. % 



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PRH>AY, MARCH 2. 5I UQUA, Handwriting. Have David Meyer, trained and lexpericncwl handwriting speciallist, give you a check-up. Send at %  least 12 lines written with pen land ink-no ball point—in self^ddressed. stamped envelope with |50 cents—no stamps—to David Meyer. The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami Florida. The other evening I dropped Into my neighborhood synagogue there a very interesting man Hclivered a very interesting lecture. The speaker was Alfred %  Canter, a refugee from Vienna in |he Hitler days. Kanfer, along kith other Viennese and Hungarian graphologists, had been Corking for many years on the fceory that handwriting not only kjveals the psychological constitution of the individual, but also oints to physiological disturbjices in the body. Specifically, Kanfer and his colleagues were lying to track down cancer and Eberculosis as disclode in the landwriting. TH€ COHENS ******& fkridinti PAGE 9 B tfyv, SvUJL' dis*y*/ > -VO. /~[The work of Kanfer and many his was interrupted • the Hitler plague. Some of I I i escape to this [anfer among them. He | American medical < ties in his work, but untry is .still I tage of recogni\ intered indiffer| i ism. I he had a posiI gy as an aid • %  • %  • %  worked at mid sustain f % % %  '• i ral y< ars I %  iinl Diseases I in that he had I I ita to con, ceptical, he %  ntial medical showed them .results '.i h research. They re impressed. Kanfer received 1 hip and is now teaching hospital his Inh 'l''' hy mCanS 0{ [ lure, Kanfer gave us %  eneral picture of his work. The I not one for a deleexposit.on. Also, the terms Ivem V '" P at the hospital thud-' '"\"'" m teaching^ his bit V''''' 1 tXceDt at the IvT"„", its Physicians I lie terms are understandInods u %  l ''/ ,Ch and dia gnostic %  ether m de 'ermining V or d '"! sym P to !" inItoo < %  m r" 1 ,nd 'cate cancer Jput in,'," ] P H k 'l a d delicate to II public. handS f the e en |p J hoWv h0 Rists w orki ngvvith le om S* an ar >alytic tool, IC S.iEftS con elus 10 ns IRnd* it n the £indin s >e findini i Collc agues. Among IdhSSSP are the following ftps wh^ 9Xa ^2d B disii, L the wr 'tmg in*olog a l ^ wh ether of a '• This si,' Phys'o'ogical nar* only SSW f COUrse is hcornpan d Z *58S* ntim peal signs M/ her ass yP h <>logy h-, N one si n ^ Pive mointnny P sit ive or P* oC2 g '" itself >" £ r d '* ov y was that sk i s fir i'. trok s w hen no r--'d. als d n nar Iy to he ex[Physica ^, ,nt to emotional |f the f I. malfu "ction. £ wnU P n g K tW0 lines l he ^_rnia. The second 1 Vandals Overturn 209 Monuments In Jewish Cemeteries NEW YORK CITY lya had tx i n seep playini m the e -meti on Saturday shortly prior to the acts of vandalism. OBITUARIES 71 "5?5L*2fiSH 8 CHULMAN horl: iM Kuclw Ave., who cam* here 8 years ago from .Newark N I PasKe.l away on February 26. He Was conductor of bible clasae., at Youne JS5 %  H eth Jacoh Cr*matjSS i„ i ?, nn """orary member of Beth Jacob. He leaves his wife, Dora, five were sVn, f^ttSSSf h m'n were sent to Newark for services and Interment by Miami B each Riverside. MRS. ANNIE SHEPARD £• of X21 I.inox Ave., visitor winter visitor from Tauni.,n, Mass.. passed awa> in a local hospital on the 23rd She leaves a son, David. The remains were sen to Taanton for services and Interment by Miami Beach Riverside. NATHA"N~SCHRIER 66, ..i i,.: i Washington Ave., a visitor gwn the Bronx, passed away on %  ."'"'' %  "y -' %  He .i, B veteran oi the first World War and leaves his wife. Hilda and one son, Donald The remains were sent to the Bronx for services and Interment by Miami Beach Riverside. HARRY FREEDMAN •''• of T"l itih St., fornv My of l>.ind a retired I i In .i local lit to Ini :. m by Miami I:, ich Kivi CARRIE FANTLE '>! Collins Ave., a winter n £. ENRV GOLDMAN 6J, of 22f>0 B.W. lth Terr., tiassod away in a local hoaj.imi, on February Zl. He was the owner of a radio store and leaves his wife, Kuv, and a ataten JuUette Rosenson, of Miami Kaen; also a brother, Robert, of IJeyerly Hills Rabbi Morris Bkop ofilciated at the services which were held at "The Miami Riverside." Interment took place at Grace-land -Memorial I'ark. **RON STONE 38, of mo 15th St., Miami Beach, passed away in a local hospital on the £)rd. He was a veteran of World War II. He tonves his wife, Florence. The remains were sent to Philadelphia by Miami Reach Riverside for services and interment. IRVING M. ZIMMERMAN 58, or ,,32 Tatum Waterway Drive passed away on the 23rd in a local hospital. He was a winter visitor from Newark where he was engaged In the men s clothing business, i %  •leaves his wife, Irene and three sons, s.-wi r Robert, Leroj Jerome and Norman David; one brother Harry; and one sister. Mrs. Etta Cohen. The remains were senl t.. New Tori foi ser> • %  • and Interment by Miami Beach Rivi rside. The Jewish War Veterans are still elated over their sacci national handball tourney last season. As a result. JWV'is reported planning another for this Spring under the leadership of Harold Srenco of St. Louis, JWV na tional athletic chairman. line was submitted by a woman who had undergone'a successful cancer operation. Note that both specimens, while differing in most respects, have the exaggerated lower loops. Also, in each specimen, the lower loop is broken in a rather unexpected manner. In each instance, the break seems to have been caused by a rhythmical lapse or perkas if the very rhythm of existence had been disrupted for a brief moment. And when one pauses to consider that rhythm and symmetry are prime indications of healthy bodily and mental functioning, one is not surprised to find a-rhythmical and assymetrical signs in the handwriting of nlor maladjusted people. >m Del -i away ,,„ %  1 l..-wi : mi n I!.. :. main -. II %  SftNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. SAMUEL GERMAN "f 727 Collins Ave i winter n..in the H away in n local hospital on the 23rd ll. Th si nt r. X. A York foi I i. and interment bj Ml ml Hi MRS. YETTA DAVIDSON died MH d s..n. ol Israel %  active In the PI A... 2, % %  llii. .1. wi -ii I II vi Memoi ial 'Impel, Mia n rn ll in Mt. Sin FRANK COMN 58. of 7.19 N.W. 2nd St., passed away In a local hospital. He came hero two weeks ago from the Bronx, and was the owner of an auto accessory store. 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PAGE 4 A 9-Jewist noridiai7_ FRIDAY L MA RCH2 1; EDITORIAL One Front indivisible There is a ficnt line in Korea. On that front line ere soldiers—enlistees and draftees. We Jews are also on a front line, fighting a war against needs of all kinds—overseas, national and local. We are fighting against complacency and we too have enlistees and draftees in our army. Our front line is made up of various divisions just like any army. One division is interested in the segment of the front known as overseas. Another division is interested in the sector known as national. A third division is interested in the area known as local. Each division is staffed with inspired and devoted leadership, people willing to almost lay down their lives for their causes. Each wants as much of manpower and material aid that he can possibly attain to support and defend his particular interest. But we must all understand that a breckthrough at any point in that front line could mean the encirclement, the entrapment and the destruction of the entire front, of everything we hold dear in Jewish life. A break-through in the division supporting Jewish culture and education could destroy the lines of communication which tie the present to the past. A breakdown in the division fighting for the cause of Israel could destroy the State for which we have battled over 2,000 years. A collapse of the division holding the front line of civil liberties could destroy everything we hold dear in America. It is obvious that as much as we are interested in protecting and defending one division of our front, we must bt concerned with the total front. In the 1951 campaign we must remember only one thing: We are fighting and giving and workA SHOCKING BLOW— ing to meet all valid Jewish needs at home, overseas and in Israel. We must keep our front unbroken, our spirits unbroken. The Jewish communities are built upon the principle of united action to meet common goals and purposes. We must mobilize our total resources to win the total battle for dignity and security. In the united Jewish campaign in each of our W> The IVo|l#" The Combined Jewish Appeal launch* annual drive with a goal of SI,470,570, repm ing the community's responsibility to' locally national agencies, as well as the acute need J American dollars now facing the younq Stm J Israel. e P Much work has gone into the planning QIAJ campaign during the past three months and mj proximately 50 percent of the quota has alien!!, been pledged by the larger givers. The meW tan unit, which makes a community-wide canvasl is now faced with the task of giving each memU of the Jewish community an opportunity to and give. This is the "We the People" phase of the ca paign, in the which the mass of our citiJ the average givers, may take part. Theses the contributors who give out of their limited w comes, whose giving oftimes means sacnW and whose greater giving in the present d emergency has continued that sacrifice. It is | giving that adds up to the total and makes possible to obtain the quota. The needs of the 50 agencies which partici in the Combined Jewish Appeal and the cri situation in Israel are constantly being hammeijl home and it is "We the People," some log workers strong, who will exert every effort i insure the success of the drive. "We the People" will reach that quota and a the pace for every community throughout J nation. communities, we must work, share and give i —TOGETHER. Only by this action will we i our responsibilities—to our people everywhed and to ourselves. Excerpts from an address by Stanley!) Myers. Miami. Past President, CouncilJ Jewish Federations ayid Welfare Fai Shochet Calls For More Volunteers (Continued from Pace 1 A) -. Mrs. Hi.:. 1 A Mrs. Lilly Baylin, Mrs. : Pector, Mrs. 1 I.' W C lulock, Paul c;. i • gal. Sam Si itlin, Paul Sobel, St mli C .. lin Mrs AlDubbin. Mr. and Mi S F • %  '.man. Don Sen Shirley F. Shackman, M D vid H. i and Mrs, Burni tt captains. Coi Milton Sirkin. .-.. Jerry Abrams, Dr. s Blumi nthal. Harry Z. 1 Mr .and Mrs Oscar Lelchuk. William Rafkind and Leonard Spiegel, majors: Arthur Deutsch Sidney Haskoe and William Hechler. captains. Flagler-Granada area: Ben Clein and Al Lewis, co-chairmen; Charles Adelman, Mrs. Evelyn Clein. Jack Cohen. Herman Feldman. Daniel Honoroff, Sidnev Raskin. Leo Rothstein. Maurice Shaw and Sidney Stiller, captains. North Dade area: William Kneapler. chairman; Morris Laster. Mrs. Benjamin Miller and Mrs. Leo Gelvan. majors; Mrs. I. Becker, Theodore Berman, captains. Free Medium Sketching In : to numerous re[uesl thi Miami Beach Y will a class in free medium sketching on Monday evenings, starting March 5, at 8:15 p.m. The Y will provide easels and paper supplies may be pure) Charcoal will also be available but people who wish to paint are 1 t i bring their own sup%  ill be no formal instruction given to this group, though some assistance will be given by Mrs. Zena I' %  vrr art consultant of the "• h Ci nti rs Association and Mrs Reyna Youngerman. art committee of the Beach Y. Cardiac Home Unit Schedules Luncheon Miami Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold its annual donor luncheon on Tuesday. March 13, at 12 noon at the Clover Club, it has been annour.ced by Mrs. Tillie Ramagli, chairman. Proceeds from the luncheon, %  which is the group's major fundraising affair, are earmarked for the treatment of children with rheumatic fever, as well as research and equipment for the out-patient clinic. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. B. Karnes at 83-5995 or Mrs. E. Cohen at 4-6292. Hialeah-Springs Unit Slates Fashion Show Hialeah-Miami Springs Community Center will sponsor a spring style show on Thursdav. March 8. at 8 p.m. at the newcenter building. 951 East 4th Ave.. it has been announced by Mrs. William Kneapler and Mrs. Irving Zitter. co-chairmen of the event. Commentator will be Rose Taylor, former model. A-skit will be presented by the dramatic class of the Hialeah Junior High School under the direction of MiTerry. Also scheduled to participate are Harry Gordon and the center's adult choral group. Assisting the co-chairmen with the affair are Mrs. Mary Seligman. refreshments; Jack Kirschenbaum. equipment; Dave Mennes. publicity; Mrs. Madeline Lurie, tickets. Hialeah merchants whose fashions will be shown include Susan Dress Shop. Peter Kent Mens Clothes. Roy's Toys and Essex Jewelers. Smathers To Speak At Award Rally Senator George A. Smathers will be the principal speaker at the fourth annual Outstanding Citizen Awards rally in Bayfront Pai k on Thursdav evening, March 29th. it has been announced by Chairman Louis Snetman. The Florida legislator del: the key address at the initial awards sponsored in Dade County four years ago. Civic groups will select a man and woman for unusual civicachievement in lf".o and mayors of Dade County municipalities and city and county officials will participate in the ceremonies. State Representative Robert L. Floyd will preside as master of ceremonies and top entertainment in the Miami area will appear on the program. The 1951 awards are sponsored by Joseph M. Lipton. president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami. "Any individual or group may nominate candidates for the outstanding citizen." it is explained by Mr. Snetman. "The candidate's civic achievement in 1950 can be listed in a letter sent to the Outstanding Citizens Awards Committee. 330 Seybold Building." Deadline for entries has been set for midnight, March 19. Lewisohn To Speak In Center Series Ludwig Lewishon, eminent novelist critic and lecturer, will speak on "The Jew in a Changing World" in the third lecture of the Center Forum Series sponSchool Activities Listed! The primary depart) Lear School present : -J ruary program on Thursday, M ruary 22. The children offal tableaux based on fav %  -rite stem and poems. On February 23. the junior< %  senior high si-h ..;-.!: j a luncheon and swim the grounds of the sch IOI. Tea were swimming and d tests. Those few studi i not attend, belonged to til Spanish classes of Mrs. Cock which held its luncheon at I Spanish restaurant. On February 16, the junior a^ senior high school held its sea annual General Organ:zaaj| elections. The new president I Ruth Bloom, and the secretarytreasurer is Gail Horowitz. W of Miami Beach. The LearSchal General Organization is known the community for its regiif contributions to various chant* Folk Dance Class Sol and Helen Fisher. f„lk dance specialiists. will conduct a class on Monday evening at the Beach Y. The instructions are 'pen to all people between the ages of 16-60 and all participants will learnv • two new dances on each occasion. Basketball-Dances Miami Beach Y announces that it is resuming a schedule of basketball games and dances for young adults on Sunday evenings. This series, which had been discontinued because of inclement weather, will be resumed on a regular basis. The basketball games are scheduled for 7:30 and the dances for 9. Israel To Receive UJ, Aid r n der Truman's "Point Four" Program JERUSALEM. (JTA)-An agreement, under which I %  i n. receive aid from the United States under Pre S "dlnt TSSJ&S W '. H men'ts ofS^StSS reT^V f --Davis and Israel's MSS SUS1 MSK^JSTS ft"* Earlier Monday. Ambassador Davis present h %  "' President Chaim Weizmann of Israel in ?h. ls Sharett. No formal speeches were madP JI ih P '' President and the AnterJanXS^attd ZTZrlt^t ^ apprlv^Kn 2SSI K£ 0 ffinV ::i:: bonds to the value of i^Z^TZln^Zu.^'^' countries outs.de Israel. Finance Minister C Kan V '"' to the committee, warned that Israel cann depend ', • > ] "?"** from abroad for the solution of the coi.ntVvV P n "-•' %  ""• He called for the mobilization of all p 0S s be -esl'urT'' ""' bl f, mS increased productivity. possioie resources as well as Ludwig Leuiisohn sored by the Men's Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, it has been announced by Julius J. Perlmutter, president. Born in Berlin in 1882, Lewisohn was brought to America by his parents when he was eight years old. He attended schools in Charleston. S. C, including the College of Charleston, and rei his M. A. from Columbia University. Lewisohn has been an editorial writer, reviewer, poet novelist, teacher and is now a professor of comparative literature at Brandeis Universify. He is recognized as one of America's outstanding men of letters. Tickets may be obtained at the f office. Shapiro Talk Slated Harold Shapiro will be guest speaker at the West Miami JewM „,h -V''. T rvices on Friday. m h :.,h l u 8 :15 Pm Hi topic A i W ^'" Is ,h Future of .can Jewry."' Habb, Ezra Llfshltz will officiate. Pre-Purim Dance The Adult Social Group of the Satu, v 1 '' •"'••-Pu'im dance on oaxuraay, March 3. at 8:30 p.m. Sisterhood Slates Package Party Sisterhood of the Miami He brew School and Congregate will sponsor a package party • Sunday, March 4 at 8 p.m. at* school building, 1101 S.W.I* Ave., it has been announced V I Joseph Schwadron. president Mrs. Herbert Feldan is chatman of the affair. Her aides* elude Mrs. Ben Golden and Ma j Isidore Fogel. „ 9-JewistntridbfiPublished every Friday tmci %  by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. J Sixth street. Miami 18. Florida, f tered at second-class matter Ju '930, at the Pott Office of Mil" Fla., under the Act of March 3. The Jewish Floridian ha aba*" the Jewiah Unity and the J" Weekly Member of the Jewnh • graphic Agency, Seven Arts f"<* Syndicate. Worldwide News Se' National Editorial Association, AIM" can Aaaociation of Encjl' hJ "" Newapapera, Florida Press AMOCI" The Jewish Florldlan d ""„J ruarantee the Kashruth of the i-handlae adver tised In lts_ o^ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On. Year J Two Years *jgL FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Pu blisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ Newa Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-114^-2^ Number f Volume 24 ADAR I 24. 5711 FRIDAY, MARCH 2, !'



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%  RIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951 *JmM Fk>rMi&n PAGE 5 A ledication Of Center Museum Scheduled For Sunday ...„ ,,f the Miami Beach be permanently housed in the Lr^ c h of the Jewish Theological %  Miami Beach j twiih Centw | | America Museum, to | Mhftdul
> riucnlman. chairman ;> .. of the museum committee"wilTte "' !1 '"" ir i f 0lh century. | in charge of the ceremonies. ol : "' "'" cere| Dr. Stephen S. Kaysi cural ir monial objects of the %  %  real of the Jewish Museum, and Mrs. home, i ling pev l> -''M f b n'a ^.om' onJ hC Xhibit W '" teat Ure 0ver Showing the importance of the | District and mem200 items consisting chiefly of Chanuka festival Iial administrative Jewish ceremonial objects. These Purpose of the exhibit is to reluncil i he Zionist OrRanizaall int.. two groups: those of veal artistic values connected with '" : : \ ,1 rhi^ u ho syn ^ l ^ Ui imrl 'hose of the Jewish life and displays will bi dent of the Chicago home. The center of the display changed periodically to show tin .., and chairman ol s an American Torah Ark, 120 variety of Jewish art objects I years old. with an Eternal Light! Morris Cohen, house committt > taken by the Nazis from a Hun-| chairman, assisted Dr. and Mrs. I garian synagogue and recovered Kayser in arranging the displays I amongst 7000 looted objects, some I The museum will lie open to of which are now in Israel. Among the public^and may be visited by ;; the Torah ornaments on disp lay school and organization groups Standing before an old American Torah Ark—looking at an 18th century silver breastplate for the Torah Scroll from Poland are (1. to r.) Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Dr. Stephen S. Kayser and Charles Fiuchtman. —Arrlmore Studio All Cream Cheese Is —Ardmore Studio Ginsburg gency Council in member of the ZOA under Dr. nn's administra' i Miami Beach, %  A an active role 1',' side s his Miami Beach is chairman ectorS of the Association; Hebrew Aca. the board of Miami Beach • ish Vocational of Jewish Edu1 iber .it the plani the Combined ; 3. Bowman lies In Columbia. S. C. W<> eived of the death S B % %  man, brother ol %  Damenstein, 249 N.-E. e, on February 23 in %  S. C. i; wman, a veteran of I. was past commandAmerican Legion post. of the Order of the 8 Mason, an Elk. CEJWIN CAMPS1 Iroft Jtivit. N. Y. Eil. 1919 MOOf tSIVI fDUCAriONAl, "ON-COMMMCMl CAMH llnj jn,| a ,„ tpo „ t ,„, htljc cliv ;. .mV T "" do "> r '"•* nunn; Sabbalh iu,V"'!.'" l "*' <*rved; Jewi.h oil""" InfluclKWi separate age groupi. ldol Summer Compt 'or Jtwiih Boys and Olrlt Rale. $395. It • fci %  ri Pt* booklet FL Ii w,„ 3rd „„ N ,„ Vtrk M Tt7 01IJ ELITE CHOCOLATE and CANDIES PRODUCTS of ISRAEL Truly Deliciousl Now on Sale at Food Fair and Carl's Markets TASTE THE DIFFEREHCE! CREAMIER... SMOOTHER... RICHER... WTNEMFEWICE! NEW HANDIER SHAPE — MORE ECONOMICAL SIZE!. CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Of f iee 153 NJL 29th St. Phone 82-4731



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IWUAY.MAICR B'nai B'rith Youth Council Elects Bernard Skolnick of Blumenthal AZA was elected president of the B'nai B'rith Youth Council of Greater Miami, according to ;.n announcement by Selma s, Greater Miami director for B'nai B'rith Youth. Other officers include vice dent, Bob Cooper. Wise, AZA; recording secretary, Carol Honig.BZB: corresponding secretary. Marcia Jervis, BBG 14: treasurer, Burton Weiss, Sigma Rho AZA: sergeant-atPhillip Goldhagen. Blumenthal AZA; and historian-reporter, Audrey Slotkin, BBG 14. President Skolnick has ap-, pointed the following standing committee heads: athletic: Elizabeth Paul and Ed Finklestein. Miami; Arlene Sprokin and Max Hagen, Miami Beach: Capitol Spotlight By .'.•.•.•.' MILTON' FRIEDMAN WASHINGTON — The nation's Fuhrer's personal bodyguard, motion picture industry is being William Harlan Hale assembled I State Department efinformation on Rommel while he torts to revive German military was a member of the Psychologipower as indicated by the produc-leal Warfare Division of Gen. tion of "The Desert Fox.' a film Eisenhower's S.H.A.E.F. during which will do much to glorify i World War II. Hale reported that Nazi Field Marshall Erwin Rommel. Another indication is the cancellation of the filming of "The Wall." a story of the anti-Nazi battle waged by the heroic Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto. The Selznick film interests, purchasers of the film rights of John Hersey's saga of Polish Jewry, decided against producing such an anti-Nazi film. When our government is moving heaven and religious earth to re-arm Germany and .•ind cultural, Barbara Levy and Stanley Saul. Miami; Howard Katzen and Honey Sassoon, Miiimi Beach; social. Sue Nelson and Richard Jabland. Miami; and Don L'.chtenstein and Mimi Levy, Miami Beach. Marcia Jervis is chairman of the choir committee, and Honey Sassoon heads the variety show committee. The B'nai B'rith Youth Council se ( rves as a f : the Junior B th, and has representation, Objections to this trend are met from AZA chapters Sigma Rho. .with the explanation that Ger322, Hillel, Robert Blumenthal. ; man n is needed to save Pa ind Stephen S. Wist Westi n Eui pe from CommunBBG i pters represented are ism. Tl fore, if vou opp.-se the 1. BZB, ALS. Shol jail doors are being thrown open for S.S. officers and' concentration camp commanders, it is not considered desirable to remind the world of Nazi atrocities by a film such as "The Wall." On the other hand, our young men will soon be marching side by side with unrepentant nazis and a film like "The Desert Fox" will serve the purpose of showing that GerRommel was "more at home with 1 the adventurers and roughnecks who had come up with the Nazi : \v than he was with the brass who had come down from the Kaiser's Empire." Hale's investigation showed that "Rommel, like Hitler, lived by risk. Like so many Nazis, he had been nobody before, and had nothing much to lose. And just as Hitler had soon sensed a follower in Rommel, so Rommel had soon found a patron in Hitler." Rommel performed as a showman as commander of the Afrika Korps and Hitler loved show. In Bendlerstrasse (German High Command) circles. Hale reported, Rommel was considered a "propaganda general, a figure dressed up and decorated with African palms to distract the pubmonument built in Rommel's pjj^ Board To MPOI memory. Hollywood is helping to [ A mee ting of the hi carry out that wish of Hitler." I rectors of the Beth L)"^j 0fd '* According to Nazi records, will be held at the ho,",",, f *}* Rommel, to the very end, never M^tty J* !" 2910 S.W. £/fr uttered a word against Hitler and I on Monday, March 12, at J l ^ the Nazi ideology. Before taking | poison. Rommel "expressed his anxiety about the Fuhrer's health!" American soldiers defeated j Rommel, who managed to exact a non-forgotten toll. A tribute to his skill is to be found in many of our cemeteries. Hale recorded that Normandy "was a far cry from the gay days of Hitler's triumphal entries into cities like Vienna and Prague, when Colonel Rommel, the Fuhrer's headquarters commandant, had managed to squeeze grinning into the newsreels close beside this idol." ii run Youth council •* V w V *e„i "' •" "*>lie from Germanv's grim failures I a coordinating agencv m an generals are really not such jn ne Eas( The s H A E F ex I anior Order of B'nai ', bad guys I ___ t -_ '...i ,'. AAui^i.. NEW LOCATION F. O. 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^AY, MARCH 2, 1951 va'li Music, Art Women Rehearse Skit rmAue Will Meet For March n Fete h Music and Arts tJSSSZSl f lhe Siste 'hod of ,t at the Sea W SSSSRJW' gj* E > are bus? ,isd:.y. March 7 h !" s n V sklt to be presented I at the group's annual Purim ball 'on Sunday. March 11, al 8:30 pm Hal I it '"''' Memori j i %  .1 ei announced by Mrs. l e*lstfk>rfdHton n of the event and will serve as emcee. Mia \ been arranged [man, chairman of theevenmgwmbe Ja g„ Sh *PJf%P by Nina Nahari, _J"j* Ma R aPPaport and Mrs. t I Iks on Israeli Art S'dmL -'"''' Da d A *" Palmer j nt of the Hebrew rd,mer I 1 1 1 B^'thoid K ., ^ rr^rrI University of Miami. Iie*H JJVaid Women lanu, I Velasquez, consul gen, pi p„„,-, in give a talk on ian rurim Carnival be illustrated by i Plans are b*m formulated by u dina ndez, noted pianist. Beth David PTA for •, Purim to appear is Wilcarnival to be held at the synagogue on. Sunday. March 18 'it has been announced by Mrs. Sam r. Leviten, president Lunches will be served and there will be pony rides, fish pond, game booths. A baby sitter se !" ,ce !" also be available. The PTA is collecting paper! every Sunday. The drive will continue until the end of the Sunday school term. PAGE IS A Dance T>am Will Appear Here hi K %  'nor (if the Chicago |raC nd 'I"? Maxwell House I m, who will sing Its Ruth Bortman, sono. Anyuta Melicov will be |he p Piano duets will be Vfd by Ruth Wolkowsky lenficid 'recently returned |nFrance) and Elizabeth FishJuliard School of Music Juste. crtha F ister and Mana Zucca honi members of this %  formed group. Frances and Edward Mandell are chairmen and the art corner c n "f Gustav Boland, nent sculptor, Dr. Eric Carli! irtisl and Bessie ktrom whose art is widely Ivn. iitions should be made hgh Anyuta Melicov and pees Sebi I. William Davis, asInt band master of the Miami tii High School, is in charge blent. tbi Recital Tuesday 1 if Miami will ;nt Jo.> Iturbi in a piano lay, March 6, at .P-m Miami Beach I ium. 1 program will I I psody in Blue, n A Major. I honic Studies, I' '• Phapsodj I" El Pi IX d Bi u and f Vrtifice, Book Review Slated Edward Clarke of the Univer, sity of Miami faculty will be guest speaker at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th Street, Miami Beach, on Saturday. March 3, at 8 p m. He will discuss Bowen's John Adams and the American People. On Tuesday, March 6, at 8 p. m. Charles H. Lee will give the fourth in a series of lectures on "Tne Heavens and the Earth Dr. Abraham Wolfson will be i chairman at both meetings. lOTICE TORS • "i H'RT COUNTY, IATE, No %  Hav. %  %  ii it H lid • hereby in• -.'Hi any h %  h you, or ngainsi the deceased, unty New y.„ k Ulan ton, County ty, and rile the i the Conntv i •••"' County, Fli ilar i IV, %  month! from iubl at Ion here it %  mum the Imam and to be %  "id .,.aforesaid. • %  •.,HM.Si|i,| tarred V.D. 1951 I <<" "tor of the Las! [ ;"' DORA Kiv eased, { I'MAN, 1 Miami, Flu Executor "UBL.CATION 1 'OTRT OF THE ; '.I : : |-IT IN A.M. NT! FI-ORIDA.— ,, Mo lannio *o, 139049 Pi' .-TI'IV. |.| MI „ %  tKENSTEIN, Ivenue I iff, vs. Menasha Skulnick, internationally famous Yiddish-American stage star, will be featured in a three-act comedy, "The Big Shot," opening at the Plaza Theatre Friday, March 2. for a one-week run. Also in the cast are Irving Grossman and Diana Goldberg. Curtain it set for 8:30 p.m. with matinees scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The modern interpretive dance team of Kayta Delakova and Fred Berk will give a public concert in Miami on March 20 at the Bayfront Municipal Auditorium beginning at 8:30 p.m. The dance exhibition is being sponsored locally by the Miami and Miami Beach Units of Junior | Haddassah and the University of Miami Chapter of IZFA it was announced by Arthur Cohen, chairman. Delakova and Berk have been acclaimed by critics as "outstandnoda ing dance interpreters of Jewish themes m America today."' They have performed at colleges and universitii s, in theaters and conills, al Jewish Community ('inters and community rallies before enthuiastic audiences. For three summers they taught and staged pageants at the lamp Institute and for two summers at the Hillel Foundation Seminar, Their collected material Person Sought Information concerning the whereabouts of Morris Zweifler is being sought by the National Council of Jewish Women in behalf of Joseph Zweifler, born in 1911 in Bucharest, the son of Marcu-Meier and Maria, and now residing in Israel. The person sought is about 70 years old. born in Dorohoi, Roumania, son of Josef. He had a handkerchief factory and his last known address many years ago was 1530 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach. Palestinian folk dances and holiday scenes appears in two published works. "Dances of Palestine" and "Jewish Folk Dance Book." Recently, Ultra Records published their album of "Jewish Folk Dances." Tickets may be obtained at Moray's Jewelry Store. 141 N.E. 2nd Ave.; Steadman's MusicHouse. Coral Gables; Mogull's, 41 St., Miami Beach.; and Zionist Youth Commission, 235 Lincoln Sholem Lodge Plans Annual Youth Nite Plans are being formulated for the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, annual "B'nai B'rith Youth Night." to be presented jointly by the University of Miami" HillH Foundation and the local B'nai B'rith Youth office on Tuesday evening. March 13, at Beth El Center. The entire evening will be devoted to a program directed by 'Dr. Donald Michelson, direel >r of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, and Miss Selma Lewis, director of the B'nai B'rith I Youth office. The lodge youth chairman, Theodore J. Sakowitz, will assist with program arrangements. _," 0ur annual Youth Night gives Bnai B'rith parents an opportunity to see. in dramatic form, the work being accomplished by B nai B'rith youth in this community," President Sidney Aronovitz stated. "The citizenship training program fostered at the University of Miami Hillel Foundation creates cultural and well rounded citizens of tomorrow and affords Jewish college students a home-away-from-home." Mizrachi Unit To See Film A film depicting the organization's work in Israel will highlight the next meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter of Mizrachi Women to be held on Saturday, March 3, at David Whitman Hall, 311 Washington Ave. Mrs. Ida Wessel is chairman of the meeting. Assisting her is Mrs. Ann Seidenworm. %  i '•> serve n copy • Bill of Comryanil • %  .," "'" Plaintiff* 'he original answer lerk of the Clr•• the 2nd day u r otherwise, the i i ror Divorce here1 will be taken M \ Holi,.:,, thl. ,: ''EATHERMAN, the circuit Court Hurok Interview Slated Mrs. Marie Volpe will interview Sol Hurok, known as the ambassador of the ballet and the leading concert manager in New York, on Saturday, March 3, at Education Board To Meet 6 N :30 OVCI sUtion WKAT A meeting of the board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be held on Monday, March 5. at 8:15 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The agenda will include action on the old Beth David site as a bureau building, plans for assistance to schools and the annual bureau dinner and a report on the National Conference on Jewish Education by Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Max Meiael will preside. 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PAGE 12 A &f • A'/ fkwHAur FRIDAY, MARCH 2. Doris Aronson, Irwin (]. Feeler Exchange Vows The • '.: Carolina and 1 Fedei I S n g. Aronson %  • :' : M The cerem my I January HI. al T i B • Rabbi L n K Relal s and ttei ad dinn Shelbon Miss Claire Fede m, was maid I Dr. Lester Gordoi %  towi Mav D irman f New York Citj S S A -. :. M II M A 0 5. ( A • ert. Lak C : I. F : \ J : and I. A N J Aroi f Win! C \nti-D %  : I : Mi': B I %  %  rid : M %  3 ".' : • Av. I.rah Rosenberg '1 o Wed June 1 / .'. G 1011 All • I 263 : %  E il Miss R >enberg v M H nd La; B ity School. Hei I %  M I h and M :.l tudent at 1 ChiI i i %  Former St. Louis Residents Betrothed Mr |; ', 4812 P n n : [I • %  %  ttend nged to the -• Louis :.; 5 Hi ; transp] s, at a i who ti .il at i. tudents A %  N rthw n bride-elecl was I ph il [rapher SI and %  • ,. Stevens '.-. nei nd i v Hi ..in engagement I : VIesd •; josi ph Waitz\ '.. S •:• i ; ri urman, Hari S Coplai Gardei 3 ', Isa. K rman, ; i Irene Sklar Engaged To William Edmond Jacob Ave., Miami B %  i %  I %  %  ;.-. I i WilN Y. No date has beei '. '•' %  : .: i. B N Y., Chapter, Busii i tessional v.' imen of ; •; ith. and is emploj I [ia Bl %  •i was educated in the Bronx and the nav : War Ii. 1951 iFaye Syman To We iGary H. Schlesinger Mr. and Mrs. j j, Syman, 1214 8.W. 'nounce the engai daughter, Faye, Schlesinger. Mr. Schlesingi ,, a resident of Miami and was formerly coi the United Nation ministration in G tended the Uniw. • berg and worked can Joint Distribut s no JJ [ affiliated with the S nyfaj Industries. The bride-elect is a firaduj Of Miami Senior Hi.' was a member of Tri B ty. She attended thi L'n of Miami, and the 1 ; Georgia where she with Sigma Delta Tau S The wedding will tak p] May. Arline Roc Freedman. Joseph n and Miss Connie Lips':TAL TUES. cVfcNING MARCH 6, 8:30 MIAMI IEACH MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM TI< KKI-.1 %  -:.lu %  -I.Hi) 11.21 Al \ .-hi %  H.n ,!• %  .. And All (iiHr.sllv I I., i OHIrrs Includes... "AT A Constant, Uniform Supply Of Surgically Sterile, Soft, White Diapers 9 EVEREADY Nursing Bottles X Deodorizing Metal Storage Hamper Free Subscription to "BABY TALK" Magazine V; / |V / „**£&? v ,er Ser , Phone Today! At HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH • 24 hour GRADUATE NURSE care • RICE, SALT FREE or ANY other DIETS • All rooms with PRIVATE BATHS, patios, solaria, ELEVA. TORS and lobbies. r Sunshine Halts 1030 15th St., Miami Beach. Fla. Call: 58-6959 ,w ScO i\e* ***** ft** 1In Miami PHONE 82-3451 In Hollywood and Homestead PHONE Miami Collect In Ft. lauderddle PHONE 2-2591 f (I : W* V>1 Northwest 8th Street, Miami. Florida Subsidiary of Miami Laundry Member National Institute of Diaper Services



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PAGE 10 B *Jewlstn -i result of the "fix" scandal that shook the sport from coast to coast In a statement issued to the Jewish Telegraphic Agencj CCNY spokesman ;n behalf of Holman. the veteran agreed with those wh i game out of Madison Square Garden and back ii gyms. This was oni proposed amidst loud demands for a nat:on-\v d %  :. against bribe rts. Hoi:: '• rent in baskel will not be c;\. %  With three City tars took es out of • t shifted 1 '••..... and Herb Col • ] to fin t NY ... Tune in "Jewish Forum On The Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by WOLF ""* % %  In Israel, where basketball isn't enmeshed in bettin. Bjrnd the game is already the com leading sport There are now m re than 230 organizational : teams. There are s u %  S %  •-. .-' I -•' light bj I le %  ag< rs foi a nu if reas ns Or. oeople :•• %  • %  less s| ••'• • %  • • Still on basketball Adolph r :' S; I ist n %  am in I! st n %  %  %  I %  W Ifai B %  • V :• : > • %  %  :... %  Sports: :. .'.' in l The club l the pi '• I Bro kI %  r-old Sid Rubin.:. his father' -• :. I nto the He n i st pped by J. .... mp Barney R : vi ing :: .: lent. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION S TIIK CIRCUIT COURT <>r Till. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN IND 1"K DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCBIRT, Ho, 139018. Brothers Reunited By Alert Wite ,'• VDRK TITY (AJP) — I MILDRED BORUCKI,, Plaintiff, vn. NEW \UKis. tiii """ STANLEY BORUCKI, Defendant. Thirtvvears passed since r and Sigmund Singer had seen one another. Victor, now a nufacturer of Jamaica. is brother. S.g(Circuit Court *..) mund. 82. long since dead. "> ,,,.,,„, ,. |llk But n he. ind prepared to give the evening M,., m i. r ugh going-over. In : : % %  : % %  i>;-:':i she noticed an obscure I ut an elderly man greatest pleasspite his more than rs, was to stroll 15 to 20 : %  iles a day. Something clicked in Mrs. ailing the tales o-oip, o,...-~ i ,,|, i week Mrs. Anna Singer THEODORE .r SAKOWITZ, Il.,ia rnnm Atloiney fur Plaintiff, jr modest living loom r „ ^,. y i„, M Building, NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA — IN PROBATE No. 2.1535. In Re ESTATE OP .MAX BASS, l teceaeed. To All I 'i editoi i ind All Pen ona Hav".iim.~ or Demands Against Said Majors Cabin Restaurants V.iTmW 42 Lincoln ltd., Miami B*achtat.2S to register said name with ,>„, ,r, nd K|uri.l"a ClrCUU C Urt f ; MAJORS CABIN QRil I. twn BERICK AND SHAPIRO NC 420 Lincoln Road. 2/23 3,2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW US NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN HIM the undersigned, desiring • Dullness under the flctllio ;, Majors Cabin Grill at R 5? ,2 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach Intends!. reglHter said name with •;.. puS 2 the Circuit Court of Dado COUM? Florida ,nt! MAJORS CABIN GRILL I\c BERICK AND BHAPIRO 4:'" Lincoln Road. 23 I :'-!•-! NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT HP TUP ELEVENTH JUDICIAL iMBr •? IN AND FOR DADE 'urvrJ 1I."RIDA. — IN di \ pV i,; 138873 %  MARY M. CAltDILI.o. SEBASTIAN CARDILLn Defendant. SUIT POR DIVORCE TO: SEBASTIAN CARDll.l.o, 312 Weal 43rd Stri I N. %  • Vm k City. \, H YOU ARE HEREBY v %  %  Simon Seiden MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED i nol nutes later he was in contact with one of the major newsring services in serch of additional data. The news agency, in turn, contacted Sigmund Igh the local newspaper at a B'rith home for elderly men in Memphis. Hours later the two brothers speaking with one another. Even at the sound of his "dead" brother's voice, Victor wasn't sure. He felt his way warily. "What was the name of your father?" Victor queried. "Julius." came Sigmund's rapid reply. "And what was your mother's name?" With the same lack of hesitation Sigmund said it was "Julia." That clinched it for Victor. He|ptltlon f tojld Sigmund who he was and how he had believed his brother "dead." Sigmund. a sob in his voice, said he "didn't think" he had anyone left. The long lost brothers plan a reunion this summer when Victor and his alert wife. Anna, plan to motor to the Jewish aged home tj visit Sigmund. and file the name In his -.ff*iIn the County Courthouse in Dade County, 1la, within eight calendar months from the date ..i the first publication hereof. Said claims oi demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or sami will be bai i ed. Date February 22, A 1> 1951. CLARA B VSS, As Administratrix of the Estate of Max Bass, Decenm d. MORTON ROTHENBERG, AM., i ni ( f"i Administratrix :: 2-9-11 Person Sought Information is being sought of the whereabouts of David Dolling jn behalf of his wife. Rose P., NOTICE OP FILING PETITION FOR DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS IN THE COUNTY JUDOE'H COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN rROBATE, No. I • l.\ RE: ESTATE "F CARSI >N BRAD1 \ >RD, SR I >...',..(-. I Notice is hi reby given thai we hav filed our Final Return aa Executors of the Bst He ol CAR* N BRADFORD. SR., deceased; that we have filed distribution and for discharge and that on April I, 1951, "r as ---.ii thereafter as we may !" %  heard, we will apply t, the Honorable w. F. Blanton, county -lu-iK'of tho st.'ti*. i'f H.ri,la for approval >f said Final Return -tnil for an Order of Distribution and for Final Disi-harK* as Executors of ill.Will of CARSON BRADF< din. SR deceased. DATED the 2lnd day of February, 1951. MARION PATRICK BRADFORD CARWUN BRADFORD, JR. DAVID P. CAT8MAN Attorney for Executors lid Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida i 2-9-16-2J Mai i h, 1951. if you fa judgment by default wl %  •. on for th< in the Bill of i !ompl This not ice .shall I each week for four In The Jewish Florldiai DONE AND ORDERED Florida, Iliis tOth da) 1951. K. 11 LftATHERM Circuit < 'oin i. I lade I (Circuit Court Seal) By M. i Di MYERS. HEIMAN ,<• KAPLAN. ESQ6., (50 Seybold Building;, Miami. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/2J 3 2-9-l %  &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. Council ol 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 ol their budgetary needs by taking new and renewal subscriptions to The Jewish Floridian. We Pay Liberal Commissions You 11 be amazed at how easy it is to earn up to hundreds oi dollars this easy way. No investment. Your earnings are all your own. Send this coupon today to LeaMce Rosen NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE M HEREBY GIVEN that — j _; j _.._u.... T^ ,,"'" uiid.-rslgnfd, di-siilnu to ,.nauRe In and minor daughter. Mr. Dolling, business under the fictitious name of who has not been heard from APEX PRINTING BERVICE at M since August. 1949. is a dance N ,: uth *'."' %  '• Miami, Florida. ,„-,,,.„. u u i- int.ndH to rfglster Raid name with instructor. He was born December th ,. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 16. 1916. is 5 feet 94 inches tall County, Florida. weighs 165 pounds, has black Mvux FxnErt AVID MAnKS .. brown eyes, mustache. AnyAttorney for Applicant %  one aware of, this man's present 4,; cmRress Bidg. address is requested to com-" /2 "'* 1 ;municate with the National Desertion Bureau. 105 Nassau St., New York City. LEGAL NOTICE 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 ,„„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ihade County, Florida. JACOB I,. I.IFSET JOE F)X MTKBS. HEIMAN AND KAI'LAN, 6S0 Seybold Bldg. 2/23 3/3-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 01\ the undersigned, desiring to •' business under the flctit names Cabin Grill Restaurant at R 12Its CABIN fJRILL, IXC BERICK AND BHAPIRi >, 120 Lincoln Road. 2 '23 3 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,*, NV IV K ''" '•^'•'•-"V GIVEN that .hn un.lerslgned. during to engage In business under the fictitious name of 7.J* IIwa >' ""I 1 station at 1699 B.W r, m tw L n, n .f ,0 '""'''*' %  said name with th^ Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida KltNKST DeJACOMA 3.2-9-16-21 W "''IAM J BIGGIO NOT, 5=o,, F ,J NTENTION T > MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE RE?E^A r TE ^ ln>A N0 1189 <. for approval of said final report and for final dlsftSJf? f. 9 E 'cutor of the Estate of A-NNA KORETZKY. deceased ThU 2Jrd day of February, 1951 EURY STONE IIARRY K <> RB !" Attorney for Executor 1010 Congress Bldg.. Miami.. Fla. 3/:--lS-2J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIItc'lIT COFRT OF THE F.LEVKNTH JFDICIAI, CIRCl'IT OF FI/IRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 139023. MARTIN MANASSE, Plaintiff, Vs. ERNA SALINGER MANASSE, Defendant. SUIT V\)R DIVORCE TO: Erna Salinger Manasse Jewish Refugee Center, 11*0 Taft Avenue Manila, Philippine Islands You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the elalntlff's Attorney. CHRRTKOF AND A1.ISH, 607-08 ulympla Bulldlag, Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or I'leading In the office of the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court on or before the 30 day of March. 1951. If J 0 '" to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once f* c 2. we *k for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridian. %  £2 !" AN1> (> R1>KRKD at Miami. SEP**" lh,s 2s da >' of February. AD E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Oade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE. CHERTKOF ANO KAlis*A U,,r ^^ *0 -OS Olynpla Building Miami. Florida A t to ,T n #y ?fBT Plaintiff s/j-j-it-a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVl the undersigned, desiring i ronfel business und,-r the fictitl* is franif .Majors Restaurant at R Llnooln Road. Miami I'.. to register said name i Of the Circuit Court of 1 Florida. MAJORS CABIN GRILL, IN of your Answer to the Bill "f '"! plaint upon plaintiffs attorney,, aw; TON Hi iTHBNBKIWl. I-'' '-""^ Road. Miami Heach, Hor D. aniii" the original In the office of the iw of the Circuit Court <"> or iw". March IS, IM1; otherwis.. !" a J a will be taken as confess.-,i BJ !' %  Dated this 20 day of February.* 1 ^ lM1, E. B. LEATUKRM.^ Clerk of the Circuit <.oWi (Circuit Court Seal) „,„_ tt By R H b? P u{y &J 2/23 3/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COl I I ''LrfS ELEA-ENTH JUDICIAL CI W-ffi OF FLORIDA. IN AND P Vt^ COUNTY. — IN CHAM BBi • MARIAN OREENBERO > : iamtiff.' MICHAEL GREENBK1H.. Defendant. ,„n.-p SUIT FOR PiYORCB TO: MICHAEL GREENBKKO c/o Foote. Cone A Beldlng. International Corporation Blenne, Swltaerland llPR rj i.t| You. MICHAEL qRBBNBHMyM hereby notified that a HI" t ier" plaint for Divorce has '" ri against you, and you are reQUi ^ serve a copy ef.jr*S T ~J£EZtm Pleading to the Bill of .•''^"^sCl the plaintiffs Attorney, '•; %  r 1orJ amC. 82S Seybold Bldg M'J*.,, M Ida/ and file the orjglnal Aa ^m Pleading in the office of !" M | of the Circuit Court on or ^ „ 23 day of March. > 9:>1 .'/,',, will"! do so, judgment by ^'""'Uef H taken against you for '"mat. L manded in the Bl 1 of £gSSM| This notice shall i>e i iifl each week for four c on f cul .1 Circuit court. Dado County. I (Circuit C-rt ^V.^T^*! BBN E8BEN 823 Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Florida. 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PAGE 6 A *Je*ist fhridliar FRIDAY, MAR CH 2. lot, < %  > %  -. Habbi Murray Grauer will celebrate his fifth year in the pulpi! at Bsth El Synagogue et services en Friday. March 2, ?t 8:30 p.m. In ccmrnemoiation of the anni vor:iry he will preach on the same subject he used for his first serrr.cr, five years ago. "And He Corgregaled the People." The cincerand directors of the congregation will honor the rabbi • t an Oneg Shabbat following the icrvices. ic.-ibbi Jleseheloff To He view Hook %  n on M Miami E be "In Sea by Meyer Levin The rab : I %  -. Louis D. F will ;.:• nl and Mi All ed '.\ H %  •• the s be Mi Ham Kline. B<: • C •: %  I R. Berow. A I %  Rabbi Geffen To Speak At Center Rabbi J %  -" ; Geffen will be the late I %  we< k, Mai n B:15 p.m. at the Miami B n is the tment n I community • %  -:. The H ative :i % % % %  t "A Su vey oi • Status : J< wish Edu< National Conference Mee!s At Temple • j 1 i I %  proj David Stuzin v. Edx i. K lei ZIONIST LUNCHEON CLUB % ARTHUR SHUTKIN SPEAK ON "Golden Jubilee of the I.N.F." March 7th, 12:15 p.m t LI J • HAROLD SHAPIRO • CHA H. LEE • JACOB C. FISHMAN Miami lleach i Zionist Ifristriet v.---.-.-, notiii i;i I S I \ fleets Officers Edv Beth El al on Th Oth Slotsk v E • %  Mrs.] Sten Highl ght of I n "T : %  %  ; Rtahhi Skop To Speak Al Outer %  %  %  p.m. R Star Chapter, BBYW, To Hear Attorney Sl t B'nai II I %  s. w Mai : will E 1 I ;-v\v • • • i E MIAMI — BEACH !Z 7/ecv frorr • %  %  '.'RED ST( • 1 a ^ CKg?H^ Kneseth Israel Affair To Honor .Xew President annual banquet o( Congn gation will Sunda; A. at • the newly I all of the syi The n< wly elect%  Henry Mo stmastei the e'vei ritual leader, Rabbi H Ev( Musical as will I %  I % %  nt r Al •' Joseph "On the Trn:V # 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. 1S32 S.W. 8th St. Buy Direct — Save Money FOR ONE DAY ONLY' MOISHE mm nd HELEN EEVERLY ../ Ov< rture to I Miami Beach Jewish Center Auditorium Bernard A. Sterling, president of Beth David Congrega:ion, shown rehearsing for the group's forthcoming minstrel and variety show, slated for Wednesday. March 7. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami High School Auditorium. Rabb Joel S G Capil • :: %  n ol "T Geffei oi the Z ion '• e C %  I and t for 1 nent of ( He nai faculFelT( BChl : Institute labbi Gi : ard of B th Hay< led I in New York ( I Beth David Minstrel Set For March 7 Rehi for th min I I at Mi mi H Au.i %  0 p.m. %  I iteu terl music ..ml dancii Harry Gordon i i venl I f l n ... e .\; Ed Safer and La; i j v. : rusical arrangemi i by Mrs. Philip Abram th din •;: in of the Bill i' D nee Studio; costumi .Ernest Sussman; 1! rn .:< ; () idman; pr ian'•' -. s ml Chaftez; seen Local Surgeon Speaks Dr. Herman Bo'ughl n, local surgeon, sp >ke at the Sisterhood of the N ifth SI Jewish Cent at the C Sen mi on Thursday. March 1. at 8 p.m. Another feature ol the program was the presi ntati u an educational film on can with comments by Mrs. K "VPatti : the American ( incer S. iciety. tary Mrs. Lawrence Si Meyer Schwartz is the %  :i journal an .;.. Max Bergman and Mrs. Jala Weiss :.. e cii-ch ... sales. All pr \m I I i toward i TWENTY-THIRD 5 ASOM UNIVERSJTY JpPM^MI SYMPHONY ORCMSIRA IESTE ALLOO, 'I'.. ': %  u :111 l'ni\. I ifri. .PIONEER WOMEN'S CLUB NO. 2 Mourns the passing of their beloved Chavero YETTA DAVIDSON And extends sympat y i her son, Uryan Davidson, ol Israa Diversification is a Recognized Principle of Sound Investment Small & Large Investors Investigate MUTUAL TRUST FUNDS Ben Forman. Agent p. O. Box 1703 M'ami T>5. "la. Atop the Beautiful Pocono Mountains PINE FOREST CAMP Greeley, Pa. 20th Season Now Accepting Enrollments For 1951 Season Co-Educational Boys & Girls 4 to 16 I air ir i ; n securing Mature Cour.selo-s--Also Greater Miami Repre.-,e 'ative Contact Mr. E/iwin I. Black. Georgian Hotel. 5 6451 &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



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arnA Y. MARCH 2, 1951 *Jewist ffceMteg PAGE 11 A 1'iinns IWhkoff Dtoa % i Ago Ofa I Pincus Puchkoft, 81. for many years a loader in the Zionist movement, died Sunday at nil home. 1130 S.W. 9th St The author of half a d.ozen books in Hebrew and Yiddish, Mr. Puchkoff returned onlv r pcently from a trip to Israel. He Bertha; four sons. Dr. M. Abraham, Louis and Theodore H iPuehkoff, all of Brooklyn; a daughter. Mrs. Aaron Newman; two brothers, Bernard, of Miami, and Israel, of Brooklyn; nine grandchildren and three great *l Planning the entertainment for the dance to be given by the kur.g Acult Group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Sunday, 'stch 4. are (1. to r.) Victor Eber, Bob Goldner and Marvin Stein. omiii Adults To Hold Dance lh.' young Adult Group of the Imi Beach Jewish Center will \ dance on Sunday, March I 8:30 p.m. in the center social | hi of the evening will in directed by Victor ip's adviser. Storyas emcee. Also slated to appear are singers, Marvin Stein and Mark Adler. President Ed Klein announces that there will be no admission charge for members of the group. Non members will be asked to contribute 50 cents. Proceeds will Iner will serveIgo to the library fund. Mi$r To Mark IrtfitSav With tin Haiorah in '.' %  i !entei Beach will mark y with a March : the new Mr. and Mrs. rter members m. first Sefer tion, which i taned to gations of ;et underparade from rvices were % %  w building. Pi v % % % %  Lehrman will be [' %  he Rev. Jacob ill officiate apd cantors un various congregations [ the area will particiWomen Will Conduct Services Friday Night Frid .v even ces of the M imi H, brew School and C mgregation will be conducted by the sisterhood, it has been bv Mrs. J ron. president. Parl will include the Mesdames Simon April. Louis August, Michael Blank, Ed Ben Golden, Herbi rt Feldan, Isadore Fogel, Max N wr, Jack Stone and William Weintraub. Floral offering will be given by Mrs. Schwadron who will be %  stess at the Oncg Sbabbat in memory of her mother. Sarah Shochet Passes Word was received here this week of the death of Sarah Shochet. former Miami resident, who passed away suddenly Monday evening in Baltimore, Md. Services and interment were held Tuesday. Pincus Puchkoff moved here 20 years ago from Brooklyn, where he was a wholesale paper and twine dealer. Last month Mr. and Mrs. Puchkofl celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary at a gathering on the lawn of their home. which Mr. Puchkoff called Tel Aviv after the citv in Israel. He I was a guiding spirit in the Histadruth LTarbuth Ivrith, Hebrew • %  up, i rd played host to numerous Hebrew sch >1 ii:firsl book % %  I Yidwas pub v after visit to P tine s me ,:s ago. II; i,l. [l with life in Czarist Russia. Proceeds from all his writings went to the Jewish Nati m 1 Fund, in which he was a tireless worker, He was a member ot the i Hebn w Sch >ol and Ci ng eg ition. Survivors include his wife, Harriet Optner Passes Mrs. Ida Optner. 2353 S.W. 24th Tii race, was called to New York Saturday by the death of her daughter-in-law, Harriet. Survivors include her husband, Philip; a son, James David; her mother. Mrs. Mollie Kotosky: three sisters, Mrs. C Elks of Miami; Mrs. Harold Rosenberg and Mrs. Max Lapinsky. Services were held Monday afternoon. When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time u To Buy Some w $><** rsiiv of Miami will present the Budapest Sring i | w o different programs at the Coral Gables Elementary j arch 8 and 9 at 8:30 p.m. Members of the renowred iroup include Joseph Roisman. first violinist, who B." Bo:is Kroyt, viola nlaycr, ?lso a native of I hneidcr. violincellist, from Vilna; and the now t. Jac Gorodntrky. another native of Odessa. Washliecdquarlers of the quartet. While residing lists give nun-erous conceits and rehearse daily on ; -'CCnt Sra^;,.,_: :_. ._ • ..._ nn.i u .n m%$$$ UP strr o^o> H i .. .—" nguxsnea Budapest String yaurtet snouia e chamber music season. Under a new and lone; term *J he Whltlall Foundation. 1 /car xn the nation's capital. • — • % %  "*. ^.njuih uiiutrt a ticvw anu v-, n.i.n nceric R w „ 0 f : ^k'ttall Foundation, they now average twenty Alka-Seltzer AT All DRUG STORES grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday morning at Gordon Funeral Home with Rabbi Simon April officiating, assisted by Cantor B. Kelemer. Burial was in the family plot in Brooklyn. vLUBY-MCATION THE RIGHT GREASES I IN THE RIGHT PLACESI 14 OPERATIONS 1. Lubricate Chassis Complete 2. Change Oil 3. Flush Differential, replace with new Lubricant 4. Flush Transmission— %  replace with new Lubricant 5. Pack Springs, Replace with Graphirs Greass 6. Pack Wheel Eeorings 7. Clean Air Filter S. Fill Shock Absorbers 9. Check Tires TO. Check Battery 11. Cheek Radiator 12. Check Fan Belt 13. Oil Door Hinges 14. Check Brakes and Linings Remember It's OK If It's From Luby Chevrolet *S\ ^ "four Friendly Cbe-.-rolet Dealer" TWO CCNVINIEHT \[



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IliewiislbJEIlioiciidliiayn FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1951 SEC. B jix Dade High Schools Will Participate In t'nai B'rith Sponsored Debate Contest x Dade County high schools in participate in the fifth an debate contest sponsored ->y oiem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, it has en announced by debate chairan Bernard C. Fuller. Schools entering the annual deTps W ill include: Coral Gables School, Miami Beach SenEdison Ugh live lese inal: High School, Miami nior II:h School, Miami Jackn Senior High School, Miami nior High School and Techni1 High School. Subject will be "Resolved: That he Non Communist Nations hould Form A New Internanal Organization,' and the rules the National Forensic League ill prevail us in previous years. The schools will begin prelimIIV eliminations starting next eek to -elect their two affirmand negative teams and will compete in the semiluled for the week of y 14. The winning team and iebate coach will receive, as tat prize, a one week's trip to fashington, D. C, with all exnses pa i. at which time they the guests of national i B'rith leaders and attend ssions of the Senate and House Represi ntatives. The group will so visit points of historical Infest and be the guests of FlorB legislators during their stay. Any student enrolled in any nior high school in Dade Counis eligible to participate in the bale tournament whether or not regulaipdebate program exists his particular school," stated lairman Fuller. "Purpose of is annual citizenship program to stimulate thinking and disssion on the part of our high ol youth on vital current matrs towards !he end that these ys and girls will become well jnded thinking citizens "of toirrow," Fuller added. has established rotating trophv to be presented that school whose team is victorious for three consecutive years. Winner of the 1949 and 1950 competition was Miami Edison High School team. All debate contestants receive certificates, and keys are awarded to semi-finalists. Trophies are awarded to top negative and affirmative teams. Dr. James Wilson, superintendent of Dade County Schools, has evinced interest in these debate competitions during the past four years and has encouraged schools to enter the 1951 tournament. Assisting Fuller with the debate plans will be Marvin Rauzin, Dr. Emnauel Pushkin, Howard Miller, Joseph Ganz, Allen Kessler, Oscar Rappaport and Herbert Selkowitz. Jerome H. Weinkle, a former member of the University of Florida debating team, was the originator of the debate project for the B'nai B'rith lodge. Mrs. Sater Elected To Real Estate Post Mrs. Betty L. Sater, Miami Beach relator, has been elected president of the Miami Beach Women's Council of the National Association of Real Estate Boards. Mrs. Sater takes the post after the resignation of Elizabeth Anstine, who is currently president of the national women's council. Mrs. Sater, who stepped up from the post of vice president, has been in the real estate business for 15 years and a realtor for 11 years. Her office is in the Mercantile Bank Building. North Bay Group Will Open Education Program The North Bay Area Taxpayers' Association will launch a public education series on traffic problems, it was announced this week by E. Albert Pallot, the association's president. Decision to start the series was made at the group's meeting on Friday in the Lincoln Road offices of Charles S. Tobin, treasurer. Chartered two weeks ago, the association was formed for the purpose of assisting in the solution of current critical traffic problems. A campaign of education is being based, said Pallot, on the "traffic-flow" map recently created for the organization by engineer Charles Silvers. Silvers is a vice president of the organization. Civic and community groups desirous of hearing "clarity talks" on traffic and safety are requested to communicate with Pallot.. A epeakers' bureau has been set up under Pallot's direction and is now ready to function with "purposeful discussion" of precise traffic solutions in this area. North Shore Unit To Meet Monday North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will meet Monday, March 5 at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach Athletic Club, 6820 Indian Creek Drive, it is announced by President Leonard Tobin. The lodge nominating committee will submit a slate of candidates for 1951 officers and additional nominations will be accepted at the meeting. Reports will be heard from the lodge veteran's hospital service committee headed by Ben Greeson and a social will follow the business session. Flamingo Lodge Meeting Flamingo Lodge of B'nai B'rith will meet oit Wednesday evening, March 7, at the Hialeah Jewish Center, 951 East 4th Ave., it is announced by President Ben Bloom. Harold Kravitz, the lodge's delegate to the B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida, will report on plans of all B'nai B'rith lodges in the area to raise funds for the support of the Hillel Foundations at the University of Miami and the University of Florida in Gainesville. Cards and social will follow. Jtory-Telling Contest "o Highlight Social An amateur story-tolling cont featuring civic leaders from liami Beach, will highlight the nnual Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai. nth. membership social on [onday, March 5, 8:30 p.m., at ie Masonic Hall, 10th St. and Itun lioad. According to an announcement V Jules P. Channing, chairman. Invitations have been extended to i\e top raconteurs in the area to articipate in the humorous story telling (ontest. Master of cereonies for the evening will be arold Shapiro, Miami Beach atother contestants. Assisting Channing with arrangements are Sol Goldstrom, launce Collegeman, Jack Gold _Samuel W. Shapiro. Hebrew Academy to Mark JNF Jubilee Students of the Hebrew Academy will celebrate the golden jubilee year of the Jewish National Fund at a special assembly to be held at the school auditorium on Friday, March 2, at 2:30 p.m. Leon Ell, chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will be guest speaker. Academy pupils will, and as trustee of the Mj ,_ present a check of $1,300, which f„ ollU M p„ K i^ i.ihr.rv w pi*ht they collected in the recent drive for the planting of trees in Israel. Participating in the assembly will be Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the academy, who will talk briefly on the importance of the planting of a Hebrew Academy "corner" in the children's jubilee forest in Israel; Mrs. Joshua Stadlan, an instructor in the academy and chairman of the Jewish National Fund drive in the school; and three pupils, Phyllis Katz, Sandy AnBeach Zionists To Hear JNF Director Arthur Shutkin, executive director of the Jewish National Fund for the Southeastern states, will be guest speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club on Wednesday, March 7, at 12:15 p.m. at the Lincoln Manor, it was announced by Harold Shapiro, chairman and toastmaster. His topic will be "Fifty Years of Jewish National Fund," in commemoration of the golden jubilee of the fund. Shutkin, formerly executive director and public relations man for the JNF in Central and South America, was for the. past three years executive director of the JNF in Michigan, with offices in the city of Detroit. He has visited Israel many times since his first visit in 1922. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Marquette University, he practiced law in Milwaukee for a number of years. He served on the city council of Milwaukee for eight | waukee Public Library for eight years. He has been a life member of the Zionist Organization of America since 1928. Charles H. Lee will report on latest Israeli News and Jacob C. Fishman will lead community singing. Assisting Shapiro with arrangements are Daniel M. Broad, Paul Eisman, Cantor Samuel Kelemer, Sam Prosterman and Irving Schatzman. rney. scheduled to set the pace dron and Michael Kogan who will receive awards for raising more than $200 each in the school drive. The choir of the Hebrew Academy will also participate in the singing of Israeli songs. Staff Addition Listed Hotel Ramaz announces the addition of Mrs. "Rudy" Ruderman to its staff as head chef for the hotel's Israeli Room. tu Pictured M a teoort meeting of the trades uni; of the Combined 3 !" £**£' l !" Zfi* t htl ££ je Seven Seas Restaurant are (seated. 1. to r.) Herman Rubin. S^JTSSU Erta! Lehrman': Morr ls KlaM. campaign director; Samuel Friedland. campaign chairman; Rabbi !" *J^ !" S Aaron Kanner. trades unit chairman; Pauline Gershon. insurance; Albert Kahn. insurance (stand 9> Leon Kaplen. attorneys; Sam Heiman. cleaning services; Burton Goldate. *"* u££i Jacob Rabino-vitz whol-sale iewelers; Jack Berr.stein. farmers; Bob Lewis, insurance. -*>"" a Coleman. women',! W.S'B G.'BS men's wear; Michael Case, men's wear; Sherman Freedman. wholesale liquor. .J^ mtvim Bobbi Wpfa E. RackoTsky 818 Michigan Armui Miami Beach Phono 5-35M CAPT. JOE'S FISH MARTS For tho Finest Northern Fish White Fish. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1951 +JewistnoridSair PAGE 13 A Personally Speaking Mrs. Freda Newman, of 2008 West Flagler St.. has returned I from a month's vacation in New York City. While there, she cttended the opening of an exhibition of her son Arnold's photographic art during the past ten years. "^ ^* ^* A family celebration at the Sea Isle Hotel marked the [reunion cf Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, 853 S.W. 11th St., with Mrs. Shapiro's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Taffer and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Taffer and Mr. Shapiro s brotherin-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohn, of Brooklyn. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Taffer, who are guests at the hotel, were I hosts for the evening. "^ ^^ "^* The bris of Julian Steven Genet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving iGenet, took place Sunday, February 25, at the home of his Iparents, 1944 S.W. 21st Ave. The baby's maternal grandparents lore Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen of Charleston, S. C; paternal Tgrandparents are the Harry Genet? of Miami Beach. Sandek was fhe baby's paternal grandfather; godparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenfield; and mohel. Rabbi Philip Fried. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Strom of New York are quests at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Strom is builder and operator of apartment houses in Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Greenberg, 4946 S.W. 4th St., celebrated the bris of their son on Sunday, Feb. 25, at their home, jlabbi M. Katz, grandfather of the baby, acted as sandek. Godarents were Sam Freedman and Mrs. Anna Greenberg. Rabbi Philip Fried officiated. Among guests were Rabbi Moses Mestheloff and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Spending the winter at the Victor Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. ithur Kukoff of Brighton Beach, N. Y. Mr. Kukoff, one of the Iriginators of the UJA in his home city, is a member of the ^oard of directors of numerous charitable organizations and is ecognized as one of the country's leading philanthropists. He the inventor of 11 patents in the plastic industry. %  %  J. Wolinsky, owner of Dominion Electric Company in Winnieg, Canada, and Mrs. Wolinsky are Victor Hotel guests. %  Beecher Frank, WIOD's Night Watchman, returned to Miami ^r radio work after two years in Mexico. He is accompanied his wife, Gloria, and daughter, Susan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte of 435 S.W. 31st Road have as their Duseguests Mrs. Apte's father, Barney Streit, and his wife, ina, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The visitors will remain here until end of March. The bris of Kevan Joseph Keltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry eltz, 304 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, took place on Sunday, ebruary 25, at the home of his parents. Godparents were Mr. ^.d Mrs. Sam Gerchkov; Louis Schwartz, sandek; and Rabbi nilip Fried, mohel. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Lehrman of New York, guests at the lymouth Hotel, Miami Beach, were honored at a dinner party Iven by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wiener at their home. Among the uests were Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lear of the Lear School. r. Lehrman, who is clinical professor of psychiatry at Bellevue ledical Center, New York University, recently spoke at the Tiiversity of Miami on "Freud and His Time." Dr. Lehrman as just returned from Tulane University in New Orleans, where was guest lecturer on "Psychoanalysis." Spending the winter with Harold Shapiro at the Trade Winds |partments, Miami Beach, are his mother, Mrs. Fannie Shapiro, sister, Rose, and his brother, Louis, all of Milwaukee, Wis. Among guests at the Victor Hotel are Mr. and Mrs. J. senberg. Mr. Eisenberg is owner of the Equitable Paper Bag pmpany in Long Island City, N. Y., as well as several paper Ms in Texas. Spending the season at the Hotel Ramaz is Rabbi Israel versky, of Brooklyn, New York. His cousin. Rabbi Israel versky, 0 f Milwaukee, has joined him for a short stay. Confined to her home with pneumonia is Miss Harriet amenstein, 249 N.E. 17th Terrace. P tn route to their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., are Mr. and Mrs. P Arr| dt who have been spending the winter in Miami Beach. ^'rig their stay, they were extensively entertained by Mrs. dls sister, Mrs. Rose Lesser, and their nephew and niece, l' and MrsFrank Thompson. The Arndts maintain a summer me in Pattenburg, N. J. M Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kent, 235 83rd St., Miami Beach, recent. Pent a weekend in Havana, Cuba. En route they were the puseguests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fnovit z of Key West. m Fleischer of Brooklyn, N. Y., is the housecjuest of his iKiM Qnd dau 9 hter Mrand Mrs. Max Storch, 771 S.W. Lri c F,ei cher is here for the Bar Mitzvah of his grandson, Z, h 1o be held n Saturday, March 17, at Beth El fnagogue. (( Strictly Neighbors" Evelyn Brown Wed To Jack Alter In a double-ring ceremony at Beth Jacob Synagogue on February 4 at 2:30 p.m., Miss Evelyn Brown became the bride of Jack Alter, of Venezuela. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff read the service. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lena Brown, 1030 5th St.. Miami Beach. Mr. Alter's parents are the Solomon Alters, 820 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Given in marriage by her mother and uncle, Samuel Berlin, the bride wore an ivory Chantilly lace gown over satin with matching lace jacket and mitts. Her ivory illusion veil fell from a headdress of Chantilly and orange blossoms. She carried a bible topped with white orchids and ribbons. The bride's cousin, Mrs. Lester Glansberg, served as matron of honor in a gown of peacock blue taffeta with navy tulle overskirt and aqua tulle headdress. She carried blue and yellow iris and pink carnations. The bridegroom's nieces, Freda and Mary Alter, were flowergirls. Best man for his brother was Harry Alter. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lester Glansberg, Mrs. F. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. D. Weissman, New York City; Samuel Berlin, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alter and daughters, Freda and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. David Morganstein, Caracas, Vinezuela. By HELEN ALPERT WEEKLY MAGNET: Visiting Zionists will find fun and fine food at the companionable Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club held on Wednesdays at Lincoln Manor. President Harold Shapiro is a marvelous refreshing host. Riving the whole thing the feeling of a warm family gathering. Odd thing occurring at this week's luncheon was the reunion of cousins who'd "lost" each other for 45 years—Simon D. Kerman. Chicago builder, and cousin Dan Broad, here. Broad originally founded the club. Kerman revealed that his wife would've been sipping soup with the others if she hadn't left for the arrival of their fifth grandchild. Plenty of Canadian neighbors dropped in, drawn to hear Harry Simonhoff talk on Israel. From Montreal was A. J. Alexander from London, Ontario, a whole delegation numbering J. M. Fink, A. Hyman, Percy Grafstein ... (I didn't catch the hometowns) were Mr. and Mrs. J. Schwartzfeld, Mrs. Benny Gold, Mrs. Morris Soskin. (Vancouver, got that), Harry Steinberg of Winnepeg, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Leder. Yurika Mann sat at the head table, with Gertrude Baskin. Miss Mann is the artist and expert now trading cultures over the world. She opened an Israeli Art show at the new Peikin Galleries on 41st St.. as you know. Chatting with her across the table was Harold Shapiro's sister, visiting here from Milwaukee Leaders in other fields included Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Silverman of Hartford, Conn Dr. Charles Lee, the astronomer who presents a weekly newsreview of Israel to the group Dr. Max Lipkind, the outstanding Zionist scholar, with Mrs. Lipkind Cleveland's Chaim Rosenberg Cantor Kelcmei's mother, who quietly beamed at all the wonderful things said about him and short-story writer, Z. B. Cormichael, whose book is "Here to Stay"—which is also a good banner-phrase to wave over one of the brightest luncheon-clubs in Our Town. But then, all this alterncss is not too suprising when you realize that this group now represents the biggest Zionist district in the entire South! OUT OF ENVELOPES: Most of the longtime friends of Betty and Phil Levi now have heard from Tempe, Arizona, that Favorite Phil is a grandpaw. Daughter Theda and Paul Lowe announce a seven-pound Andrew Edward. We're all awaiting the technicolor movies of the trip Thanks again to Louis Kantcr for his cordial note ,. Rose L. Lawson is at Manhattan's Park Crescent. She flew in from Israel a week ago. after eight months there March 10 is The Day for the Alexander Kogans, with the Bar Mitzvah of Alexander, Jr., at Temple Beth Sholom. A hearty handshake, kid! Bigtime columnist on the Cleveland Press, Milt Widder, is motoring here soon for an occanfront vacation with Dorothy. They've leaving their four offspring at horr.e. Mill vows this is a "real vacation." Uusually when he gets here he's so busy catching up with visiting or exClevelanders he never wangles a peep at the sun. NOTES AND NEWS: David Rosner has launched a r.ation-wide contest on the provocative topic, "Why I Am or Why I Am Not an Orthodox Jew." Best letter on either side wins a complete luxury stay at his Hotel Good. First batch of mail has already fluttered in, from Chicago Maybe song-writers have an affinity for each other, or sumpin'. The Atlantic Towers Hotel, which is the Miami Beach home for top click-man, Nat Simon, this week welcomed Mort Gilbert, goodlooking 26-year-old composer of "Really and Truly In Love." Gilbert brought the melody to Decca, they assigned him as lyricist, and presto! a hit Also here is Henry Fruhling, until recently a director and field supervisor for IRO in the U. S. Zone in Germany. 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PAGE 2 A < Itmishflcridiaiti FRIDAY, MARCH o 19S1 Red Cross Launches City Named For Truman to Receive Praise Drive For 3278,960 At JNF Jubilee Celebration March 11 f. Dr. Israel Goldstein pubT ] ni nor of P Ma %  i I. at 1 'l camB I • .. r the to Leon J. El Fund ( [presented T T I the M i H ;h s .. I Juni >r (C Ell said Red C be i': im John J. the w ir for Jei >f the the n^^, Easten ieal enCentral E ing ] !•.:.,.:.• by P:., neers ling I '•. Igy, Roumanian opera star, the other den — in all a •; Symphony Orsturdy, hard-u c estra, thi .".I:. mi Jackson Mixed Chor, iity of Mi-11 tness of 1 I u Ch iii and to Ad-.• campaign thi States of America and ( already I ital 660.000. according to|the Stati i : I .' seph M. Lipl n campaign "Kfar Truman, is a great n t of the Zionist Organization chaii venture of the enl Jewish f Amer ica, president of the JewFirs ting : thi .: ivi I le, particularly of the Ami n, ., ,. u„; „„ „t will be Aiami Beach can Jewish C *> National Fund, chairman oi -:on sub. -chairmen. "Overlooking the hills and: the United Jewish Appeal, chairMaurice Klein, chairman, has valleys of Israel, the City ol Truman of the Jewish Section of < U meeting for Friday man will be an everlasting and R..;^), war Relief, chairman of i ii. The divisi >n has :. quota of eternal monument, testifying to D .... %  .J ?r,o.ooo. %  come ol the loadthe Jewlsh A enc > Pol'tical AdLeaders of the Negro division.! ership and help the Uniti : St iti s visory Committee, member of the a $2,500 quota, met Tuesday has given to the establishment V. S. Department of Labor Comwith I :. Marie White, of th Si ti I Israel, mittee on Immigration and at Red Cross headquarters. They Principal speaker will be Dr. v i,,,.;„„ hopi • their quota by Israel G Idsti n, rabbi I C n%  Vl[ : '" a 1 1 y. irch 20. ti n B'nai Jcshurun since | D ... .. TO I KnoxE • city welfare di1918, member of the executivi I nabbl Kellner lO bpeak pted chairthe Jewish and chairm Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, vernment i thi W Id C piritual leader of the Jt pi %  •..: fjG nisi mmunity of Long Branch, N. J., )0. Dr. Goldstein is former pros:and former rabbi of Miami Or%  lox C ngregation, will speak nie %  %  %  < v %  • %  %  % %  Our Jewish LoyalRabino Etchings To Be Displayed Ti' : S : ]:. ii the ] \ • s nd lati r tion Beth David. ... %  lent at E les Art D %  %  %  %  I Israel In M. 92 Day Workers $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3S07 No Charge to Employer Rabbi Eliezer Silver, head of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, paid a visit to the Hebrew Academy 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. The rabbi, far right, is shown discussing a oassage in the Talmud with the senior class. Also in the photograph are (standing. 1. to r.) Rabbi Alexander Gross principal and director of the academy; Harry Perach. instructor of the clan; and Rabbi Seymour Gew'rtz. Waterbuzy. Conn. —Anlm n stalk PLAZA THEATRE BISCAYNE ST. & COLLINS AVE. PH. 5-1993 ONE WEEK ONLY BEGINNING TODAY, MARCH 2nd IN PERSON (Internationally Famous Yiddish-American Stage Star) MENASHA SKULNIK IRVING GROSSMAN DIANA GOLDBERG Ihe Jewish Community ol Greater Miami Will Celebrate the Golden Jubilee JEWISH NATIONAL FUND Sunday, March 11th, at 8 P.M. Miami Beach Jewish Center—Washington AVP. & 17th St. Suul R(r Guest Speaker RABBI ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN Leader in World Jewry Former President of the Zionist Organization of America ,-, r i \ A Pfopriate M ram ,.U i„ R L Au % %  %  tional Fund Greater Miami In "THE W<§ SHOT" a 3 a>-t comedy Irving Piotra-k and Hi* Orchestra with en al' star Y ; ddish-Amoiican Cast ALL SEATS RESERVED EVES: 8:30 P.M MATS: SAT. SUN. 2:30 P.M. Eve : Orch. 2 0. 2.00, 1.50 plus tax Mat*.: 2:00. 1.6C. I.CO plus t.ix PLAZA THEATRE Biscayne St. & Collins Ave. Seats Now On Sale At Box Office PH. 5-1993 Jewish Funeral Services... conducted with reverent regard to every Jewish religious tradition. Our full knowledge of all the requirements and our main' years of faithful service to Jewish families afford the comforting assurance that each service shall be conett in every detail. In our two complete funeral chapels, beautifully furnished and decorated, throughout, every funeral is distinguished by an atmosphere of dignity and peace. Ludwig Lewisohn Author I