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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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
MUMTiTlarMBER 10
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
830,000 Expected at 1st Report
leeting; Workers Continue Canvass
the words of Rabbi unit; Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Mi-, The teen-age group of the Mi-
Wles E Shulman of Riverdale
nple.Bivnx. N. Y.. still ringing
ts ears, an army of volunteers
been ringing doorbells
city in quest of
i, ns to the Combined
tish App< al.
rThe Jews of Europe and North
an ving under a ceiling
deadline-." the rabbi informed
1400 wo] ki i who attended the
koff breakfast held at the
Btwood Hotel Sunday morning.
is1 important deadline,"
stated, "is June 1. On that
le the International Relief Or-
lization which has done much
refugees during the past few
krs will go out of existence,
Jews who received aid from
agency will no longer get
help.
June 1 likewise marks the last
that Jews can register for
Igration to America under our
Lent DP act." he said. "May
(rks the deadline for the 50,000
[s in Iraq. Those who have not
; the country for Israel by then
1 forever be barred. This meais
l some 13.000 Jews must be
got in from Iraq into Israel
.he next four months."
le rabbi declared that in order
tave the Jew? who are facing
Becution and cruelty in these
as it will be necessary to move
linimum of 100,000 men, wom-
and children into Israel in the
100 days, which he de-
|bed as '"the largest mass mi-
tion in human history."
J. Kopelowitz, chairman for
bmi of the metropolitan unit.
Icribcd the needs of the local
leficiary agencies.
Tred K. Shochet, editor and
(Usher of The Jewish Floridian,
i is chairman of the metropoli-
I unit, presided at the meeting.
hers who addressed the group
pe Samuel Friedland. campaign
lirman: William D. Singer,
Isident of the Greater Miami
ibh Federation; Milton Bal-
p, director of the metropolitan
ami Beach Councilman Burnett ami Beach Y met Wednesday
Roth, Miami Beach area chair- night for a CJA rall>'- Yehuda
man of the metroplitan unit: "*",? noted <|sr?eli foreign cor-
., K ,, respondent and former head of
Morris Klass, campaign director; the United Nations Jewish Tele-
and Rabbi Murray Grauer. graphic Agencv Bureau in Paris,
As The Jewish Floridian went was Princ>Pal speaker,
to press, an advance check in- Hellman, who served for sev-
dicated that pledges turned in at eral years in Arab countries as
the first metropolitan meeting on correspondent for the Palestine
Thursday, March 8, at 12:15 p.m. Post, will also speak at a meet-
at Betty's Restaurant would bring ing of the workers in the met-
the total close to $830,000. It was : ropolitan unit on Sunday, March
expected the metropolitan unit 111, at 10 a.m. at the Flagler-
would announce pledges of ap- > Granada Jewish Community Cen-
proximately $50,000.
Director Klass disclosed that 500
ter, 50 N.W. 51st Place.
Several years ago, when
. years ago,
more contributions have given to companying the Anglo-American
this year s campaign. ; Committee of Inquiry through the
Other report meetings are; Middle East, Hellman was ar-
scheduled for Monday, March 12, ; rested by the Arabs who wanted
at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach to prevent his pro-Zionist dis-
Jewish Center; Monday, March patches from reaching the world.
19, at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor I Bartley Crum. in his best-seller
Restaurant; Monday, March 26, at
8 p.m. at Temple Israel.
"Behind the Silken Curtain," de-
votes an entire chapter to Hell-
man and this incident, which
made international headlines.
Raised and educated in Israel.
Hellman studied at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem and re-
ceived his degree in political
science at the American Universi-
ty of Beirut.
The women's gift unit is mak-
ing plans for a Queen Esther
luncheon to be held on March 22.
Yehuda Hellman
will address CJA Functions
Israel Goldstein To Speak At
IF Golden Jubilee Sunday night
Israel Goldstein, world
pish leader, will be featured
Mker al the mass meeting
|ich will mark the golden jubi-
I of the Jewish National Fund.
fording to Leon J. Ell, presi-
nl0f the JNF Council of Great-
Miami ;,nd chairman of the
Bit,
Jldstein. rabbi of Congregation
nai Jeshurun since 1918, is a
rnber of ,), executive of the
vish Agency and chairman of
World Confederation of Gen-
pl Zionists.
Former president of the Zionist
reanizatiun of America, he was
psident of the Jewish National
r, chairman of the United
r APPeal, chairman of the
Pmn Section of British War
J'ei. chairman of the Jewish
Fncy Political Advisory Com-
Fjee. member of the U.S. De-
Fpent of Labor Committee on
jnugration and Naturalization.
IA>--" Iv.ed to appear on the
' Kian. a,.e Rutriana Kraye, who
gently played Micaela in "Car,
,."' iacb Goldring. cantor of
W, *** Jewish Center; and
lictoV ,assbur8- musical con-
fcmK. with En n the ar-
klHki nH '"mmittee are Isidore
wtf ?niel M-Broad- Rabbi
s Mescheloff, Samuel Fried-
,naKl, ^chachno, Saul Ash-
KffDrDavid Andron, Mrs.
ilr',Nathan Ostrov, Abra-
arrv nafer. Francine Levy,
T Levine Gilbert Rappaport
Cantor Samuel Kelemer and Sam
Prosterman.
The Israel cabinet recently
voted to transfer an additional
million dunams of land to the
Jewish National Fund, the land
purchasing agency of the Zionist
movement, according to informa-
tion just received from Jerusalem.
During its first 47 years of ex-
istence, the Jewish National Fund
has been able to assemble through
purchase, a total of one million
dunams. In the course of the last
two and one-half years since the
establishment of the State of Is-
rael, the total has been raised
to two million. Now with the
transfer just decided upon by the
(Continued on page 2 A)
Rankin Objeets to
House Portrait
Of Maimonides
WASHINGTON (AJP) A
campaign to remove all "alien"
portaits from the walls of the
House of Representatives was
launched this week by chief-hater
Rep. John Rankin.
Rankin appeared especially de-
termined to oust that "ghastly
figure of Maimonides who is said
to have been a Jewish rabbi in
Egypt about 900 years ago." In
its stead Rankin proposed that a
portrait of Alexander Hamilton
be exhibited.
But the newspaper which
Hamilton founded 150 years ago,
the liberal New York Post, has
something to say about Rankin's
suggestion. Commented the Post
editorially:
"We are sure that the learned
Maimonides, philosopher and
physician, would have welcomed
the attack of the midget-minded
Mississipian. We are equally cer-
tain that Alexander Hamilton
would have loathed Rankin and
spurned his embrace."
And as a catchy finale to its
editorial blast, the Post concluded
"And finally, we believe we would
have been spared the pain of this
latest Rankin oration if the stupid
little man had known that Hamil-
ton founded the New York Post
150 years ago." The Post has
been one of Rankin's strongest
attackers.
Israel Cabinet Defeated 2nd Time
JERUSALEM, (JTA)The Israel Cabinet was again defeated
Monday when Parliament by a vote of 47 to 44, rejected the govern-
ment's "Transition Bill" which amends the procedure to be followed
in a partial reshuffle of the Cabinet, redistribution of portfolios, or
the resignation of the Premierwhich is considered the Cabinet's
resignation.
Members of the Religious Bloc voted with the opposition to
return the bill to the government. Voting for the bill were the
Mapai Party, the Progressive Party and the Sephardic deputies.
Opening the session. Speaker Joseph Sprir.zak read a letter
from President Weizmann stating that after consultations with
representatives of various political parties, and after a second
approach by him to Premier David Ben Gurion to form a "'caretaker
Cabinet," which failed, it is his "careful opinion" that the present
Cabinet should remain in office "until new elections and the forma-
tion of a new Cabinet under a workable majority."
The Parliamentary Legal Committee reported that it has not
as yet concluded its deliberations on the election law and will not
be able to present its recommendations to Parliament before next
week's session. This means that national elections cannot take place
before the middle of June, since a minimum of three months must
elapse between passage of the law and the holding of elections.
30-Man All-Party Unit Proposed To
Supervise Israel's Coming Elections
, introduced an amendment to the
law for military service for wom-
en providing that those claiming
exemption on religious grounds
should be required to do two
years of compulsory service in
! agricultural settlements, military
offices or social welfare agencies.
The religious parties and the
rabbinate are heatedly opposing
this measure.
The Premier invoked the Bible
; and ancient Jewish history to
I support his position, on military
service for women. Speaking at a
"pasing out" parade of women
i Army officers held somewhere in
j Israel. Premier Ben Gurion said:
i "The Jews were among the first
to recognize the equality of wom-
en. In ancient times the Jews
had four women prophets and
| one, at least, commanded a Jew-
ish army." He declared that
. "while women in military service
in peacetime is necessary on mili-
tary grounds, it also represents
I the highest recognition man can
give women as equals."
Premier Ben Gurion told the
: new women officers that a wom-
I an Mania Wilbushewitz. had in-
; spired the first Hashomer group
in Palestine. (The Hashomer was
: the first self-defense organization
i set up by the Jewish settlers in
I Palestine while the Holy Land
I was under Turkish rule.) He said
I that it would be a contempt of
j Israel's young womanhood if they
| were deprived of the right to
participate in the country's de-
fense.
True equality, he added, does
; not mean equality of rights but
equality of duties. Man is on a
1 morally higher plane than the
animal because of his sense of
' duty and the highest duty is the
! soldier's supreme sacrifice. Wom-
en, he added, cannot be exempted.
"Man is created in the image of
Gcd," he quoted, adding "but no-
: body can affirm that God is mas-
: culine." He said that women have
'. a special function in the army,
j to contribute a motherly touch
I to the grim, manly atmosphere of
' military life.
JERUSALEM, (JTA) A 30-
j man all-party commission to
I supervise Israel's forthcoming
general elections was proposed
by the Constitution and Law
I Committee of the Israeli parlia-
ment. The committee approved
the text of a clause in the new
election law providing for such a
commission.
The supervisory body, according
to this clause, would consist of 11
representatives of the Mapai Party
, five of the Mapam. four each of
the Herut and Religious Bloc, two
of the General Zionists and one
each of the Sephardim, Progres-
sive, Communists and Nazareth
i Democrats. The committee is
rushing its work to complete the
draft of the election law for sub-
mission to the parliament at the
earliest possible moment.
A ministerial committee of the
Israeli Cabinet was set up last
Friday to consider and clarify a
number of questions in connec-
tion with the forthcoming elec-
tions. Minister of the Interior
Moshe Shapiro, a member of the
, Hapoel Hamizrachi Party, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that he had resigned from mem-
bership on this ministerial com-
mittee since he considers appoint-
ment of the committee "political
interference with the new elec-
tions."
Meanwhile, a split threatened
a united front of the Religious
Bloc in the elections. The Lamif-
neh, a group within the Hapoel
; Hamizrachi, the Orthodox Work-
ers Party, opposed the party's
inclusion in the Religious Bloc
and urged that the party run on
a separate ticket in the elections
or with the Agudath Israelex-
treme Orthodoxworkers, if the
latter made such a request. The
dissident group further widened
the gap between it and the other
religious groups by going on rec-
ord as approving compulsory
service in religious settlements
for women claiming exemption
from military service on religious
grounds, but it opposed drafting
them into military units.
Premier David Ben Gurion had
These Men Addressed 4*6 Workers At Kiekoff Breakfast Sunday
Seated at the speakers' table at the kiekoff breakfast of the
rn^Wnld Jewish Appeal are (L to r.) Rabbi Murray Grauer. who
^SStrL^SSaSS^il J- Kope.owi.. chairmen of_*. Mi-rn.
of the metropoUUn unit; Rabbi Irring Lehrman. who gare the
invocation; William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Fred K. Shochet. chairman of the metropolitan
unit; Samuel Friedland. campaign chairman; Rabbi Charles E.
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I i something operatic about Seville. After
r thP traveler takes a stroll on the Calle de
r, the antique narrow thoroughfare that is
HUomain business street of the old or new city.
a crowd, stops, and listens to a group of
^men sinning in choral or polyphony. The boys
"IrnnWi enough! but their weird melodies seem
ihUnd Lvclian. Phrygian Arabic and Judaic
|cs into an overall Oriental-African Jantasia.
tubtauitous Barber of Seville probably trained
* ginging bands for his Largo al Factotum,
return to the elegant Hotel Andalusia, we
the huge, square, unlovely palace of Charles
med into a tobacco factory. Here Carmen beat
,e other cigarette girl and as a consequence was
to captivate her captor, Don Jose. One fancies
half crazed gypsy Azucena in 71 Travatore must
watched her mother burn for witchcraft on
.treets sin rounding the vast cathedral.
ville may be a favorite setting for opera, but
ost poignant story has never been acted or sung,
ragedy oi ihe beautiful Marrano girl, who helped
ing her father to the stake and the Inquisition to
n, is deserving the muse of a Giuseppe Verdi.
Inquisition.
the year 1480, the Spanish rulers were ready
.ar upon the last Moslem stronghold in Granada.
as high time to establish a Holy Office. Such a
po of piety had many advantages, and not the
was the money to be squeezed out of converted
The pious Isabella had in her jewelry box
d up for several years a Papal permit to start
merry torturing and burning. But caution was
ssary. There was no telling how the nobility
d react, even if the masses and the monks would
y the show.
and New Christian*.
ommission of three provisional Inquisitors de-
to experiment in Seville. Here the large Mar-
rano population offered good material, especially
since the New Christians were generally well-to-do
and consequently hated bv the Old Christians whose
wealth was often limited to their blue Castilian
blood. The Commissioners began their researches and
fact findings. But the Conversos were not disposed to
take lying down any attempt to despoil and burn
them. The wealthiest among them was Don Diego De
Susan, who together with leadership possessed a
violent temper. He called a secret meeting of the
most influential Marranos in the San Salvadore
church. Here gathered priests, government officials.
Priors, city counselors, the Major Domo of the
church, the mayor of the neighboring town Triana,
and other notables. They decided to resist the In-
quisition and if necessary to die sword in hand.
The First Auto-da-Fe.
De Susan's daughter, the most beautiful girl in Se-
ville, was known as La Hermosa Fembra. It seems
she spilled the beans to her boy friend, who being
pious as well as blue blooded rushed off with the
news to the Inquisitor, Thomas Torquemada. What
a break for the Commissioners! Now they had an
open and shut case. All the "conspirators" were
quickly seized and tortured. Within three days De
Susan and other Marranos were roasted at the stake.
The first haul netted big profits for division between
the Holy Office and the Crown. Besides, new pros-
pects were extracted from the victims with the help
of the new torture gadgets. It was easy pickens. No
wonder the Inquisition continued in business for
over three centuries.
De Susan's Daughter.
But what did betrayal bring the most celebrated
beauty of Seville? Surely her Old Christian lover
would marry her, if for no other reason than grati-
tude for her services to the cause of religion, espe-
cially since she was no longer handicapped by the
curse of wealth for which the Marranos were so
Seville And La Hermosa Fembra
By HARRY STMONHOFF
detested. But a stool pigeon can never be counted
on for doing the decent thing. La Hermosa Fembra
suddenly found herself without parents, without a
roof over her head, and without a crust of bread. To
Jews or Marranos she was the murderess of her
father. To pious Old Christians, she was the Jewess
who carried on with a pure-blooded Castilian.
Her Ruin.
Only the Bishop of Tiberias seemed to sense her
desperate plight. He probably considered it a noble
act when he induced a Nunnery to take her in. But
the young beauty evidently found the quiet life
somewhat monotonous. Certainly not a good place
to forget her palatial home and the indulgent father
whose moans and shrieks at the Auto-de Fe seemed to
penetrate the thick convent walls. She managed to
get out somehow.
In Seville there were no paying jobs waiting. As a
scullion, a peasant girl was far better fitted. Besides
no housewife would want so beautiful a chamber
maid around. So La Hermosa Fembra joined the
oldest profession of her sex. In the orgies of a
brothel, she could at times forget her stupid treach-
ery.
Her Symbolic Value.
The inner story of this wretched girl remains
sealed. Perhaps her will offers a clue. She requested
that her skull be placed over her doorstepperhaps
as an expiation, or a warning for others to profit
by her evil example. To us she reveals the ambival-
ence of the Marrano soul, that was both Christian
and Jewish, and yet neither. Her treason evidences
a world of pent up hate against her own kind, with-
out comprehending a similar hate from the surround-
ing Gentile world. She recurs time and again in the
checkered annals of Jewish history. She reappears
in modern Germany after the liberation. For La
Hermosa Fembra is the symbol of assimilation.
dominated For
li/i'iis Awards
be names .>t 18 candidates
t been received by the Out-
fiing Citizen Awards Com-
ee. it has been announced by
Irman Louis Snetman.
lest n Bird named for his
fities towards the expansion
n Memorial Hospital and
HElry Stone was named for his
Bl service work with the
Kiage and Family Council, the
Bni Hard of Hearing Society
I riie Jewish Social Service
^ Al-o nominated were A.
Curry, director of the Dade
h'.y Port Authority; Irving
i n of Miami iieach and
e A. Smathers.
Bier men named include
bai Abess, president of the
Imunitj Chest;James I.Keller
[executive vice president of
Chest: James L. Knight of the
frm Herald: Thomas J. Kelly,
e County sheriff; and Herald
I Jack Bell and Jack
pcd.
amed in the women's division
[Mrs. Myrtle Taylor Bradford,
] erved for 15 years as the
prnor's director of art, and
M V ipe. manager of the
persity oi Miami concerts and
of the late composer and
! i Arnold Volpe.
po Mrs Sidney L. Wcintraub,
Has been active in social
F:ce activities; Mrs. Louis
per, Community Chest cam-
r- worker; Mrs. Lucille Gray
facks n Memorial Hospital;
| Charles E. Enterline, for her
I '""inmunity Chest
ft: and Mrs. Jessie Kettner,
p director.
ne general public is invited to
fnate contestants for the man
I omarlof the year, to be se-
pa on Thursday, March 29, in
Wont Park. Official entries
re obtained at the Dade Fed-
savings and Loan Associa-
I individuals or organizations
I a l2!naU', a person bv send-
l,a tetter, 1,sting their candi-
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Ion. t ,'u'wi!rding their nomi-
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M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the Miami area of the house-
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table are (1. to r.) Irvina Saal, Max Mendelsohn, Kopelowitz.
Maurice Grossman and Mrs. Alvin Cassell. In the lower photo-
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arrival* who have found haven in the Miami area, was organized
bv Irving Saal. Shown are (seated, 1. to r.) M. Lerner, Moishe
Singer. Joseph Debner. Joseph Sachs; (standing) Arthur Quart.
Saal. Jankel Rockwertx. Stephen Lewkowicz. Gregory Txvi
Rosenkrana. who was not present when Ihe photograph was taken.
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Also Greater Miami Representative
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222AY. march.
EDITORIAL
-1 Hare Against Time
Under present conditions and under present
circumstances, all that we are doir.c- everything
the:: we are doing in the UJA is on a now-cr-
:: basis. The things that we can do today we
may neve: have the opportunity of doing again
' only from the point of view oi transpoi
Jews, not only from the point cf view of rescu
human lives but also from the point oi vie.'
doing everything possible to take care of and to
establish on a sound foundation those hundreds
oi thousands of Jews who have already been
take:: oul who have been brought to Isrcel but
who are not ye: fully absorbed cr.d are net ye:
hilly established on a sound eccr.cn::: r.~5:s.
Every dollar realized now, every immigrant
r.e'.ped to leave new for Israel or for the United
States, every medical and welfare program that
is go:te:: under way today every ccic::y which
is completed :r. Israel in January instead of July
c: December means thai we are winning the
race caa:::s: time.
he people in Is:ae! r.eec housing. Who knows
when the cay will come who knows how long
:: will :ake I umber end cemen! and s:eel
all ": the things that gc intc the makin
houses will not be execrarie: Whc knows how
long :: will be ::e:c:e countries like the 'Jr.
Stat* ~:n:i: and the Other exrc:::-:c CO
:::es c: :he vill no) ye::::.: the ex
:::--" Every house thai Lb bu:i:
family
bu It today which is delayed
::: month ::: two r.:c:::hs or :hree months be-
cause c: lack :: funis may not be built wit.....
the next yea:; ahead ~: as.
There .= neea for :e:::s a: Israel. Houses cannot
be built fast h Seme -: the people thous-
' t then Those ere the:r
homes How long will it be be:c:e .: :s impossible
tc import intc Israel ever, tents or the materials
from which :e:::s are made? Tents will be in area:
cemand by the military orgcnizc:ions of all the
nations :: me world ar.d :: is coing to be im-
possible ever. .: the funds are available, to find
those materials unless they are found today and
unless they are brought into Israel today. It is
:.: or never now or never not only for the
Jews who are not yet in Israel but for the Jews
whc are already in Israel, for the Jews who have
: be establishe the Jews who have to be
absorbed for the Jews who have to be placed
on a sound economic besis.
;a::s :- establish :hose people,
tc jive :.-.;- a mm foundation to make i; possible
fO! men: tc become productive to earn their own
ihood ana foj that too we :are a deadline. We
bj ic it now :: we may not have the oppor-
tunity c: doing .: in the near future.
Lives are in the balance. Hundreds cf thousands
:: pecp.e nave to be scved. This is a job which
under present :ircumstances cannot be put ofj
-. cannot be delayed. The cuotas


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LOt ne cut.
Doors must be opened and the
PLENTY OF PULL NEEDED
gates o: Israel must remain open. We no longer
can blame others for shutting or closing the gates
cf Isrcel in the face of harassed and persecuted
Jews. The fate of those people lies in our hands.
We are the ones who decide how many of those
thousends .shall live and how many shall perish,
how many shall be brought out and how many
shall be abandoned.
Give and give generously to the Combined
Jewish Appeal now in full swing in our com-
munity.
Ualtlen Jubilee
The recent Golden Jubilee celebration of the
Jewish National Fund, which brought more than
2,000 delegates to our nation's capital, might
easily have been devoted to boasting about the
organization's accomplishments during its first
half century of existence.
For there is much to boast about. The fund has
dene monumental work in the line of economic
rehabilitation and land resettlement. It can look
with pride on a statistical achievement of 2,100.000
dunams cf land acquired; 250 settlements built;
250,000 individuals place on the land through
purchase by the fund; 45.000,000. cubic meters
of water made available per annum; and close
tc 8,000,000 trees planted.
rig my Against Giant
John H. Rankin, whose impudence is
only by his ignorance, has agai-Houn,?"*.
casion to spout his venom against de-
time it was the great Jewish IhinkeS
Maimonides that was the target of w
arrows. P
The gentleman who lacks the intellia*
comprehend anything, let alone the great nh
phic depths of the man of whom it was said "i
Moses unto Moses there has been none lik
Moses," is seemingly troubled by the idea'
plaque of Moses Maimonides decoratuw''
House. It hurts his delicate sensibilities t0
to peer at a Jewish genius in precincts havinni
dubious distinction of housing such a noriJ
as the pigmy from Mississippi. The qreat
that is Maimonides seems to frighten him
so he has generated a one-man campaiml
remove from the portals of the House that "j
ly figure of Maimonides who is said to have!
a Jewish rabbi in Egypt about 903 years
The pigmy from Mississippi is afraid of L
particularly Jewish giants. They friqhten him,
him nightmares and. what is more, place
the proper imbecilic perspective. Greatn
anathema to the ilk of which Rankin is macfe'
we do not blame John if he is frightened by
"ghastly figure" of Maimonides. After
Maimonides stocd for a way of living -I
beyond the qrasp of the pigmies, the bigots (
the empty blabbers. Like the animal species,;
fears what he cannot comprehend.
Rabbi Combines Religion, Psycholoav
NEW YORK CITY a-p, '
However, in the pioneer spirit of those iJ
people who are only beginning the here I
making a once-arid land economically fitf
the jubilee was not spent in looking backw
The stress was on the future. The faith z.
next 50 years was evidenced in the Blueprint]
the Future presented by Dr. Abraham GraJ
world president of the fund. In the next ten yd
the proqram calls for a vast irriqation projeej
the Negev; an afforestation program invoha
the planting of 100,000,000 trees; the draiuiJ
the Huleh basin region in Galilee; the buiit^a
200,060 new housing units; and a vast landj
tivation scheme that would double the count)
agricultural output.
The will and the imagination are c! work. Til
wonderful conceptions remain but to be to
lated into concrete achievement by the cental
response of Jews all over the world, but partial
ly in America. The American generosity rr.usi
flag in the next ten years nor the next 50.1
young nation has critical economic prcblemil
surmount if its permance is to be assured.
Greater Miami's celebration of the fund j"1*
will take place on Sunday eveninq at the. _
Beach Jewish Center. It will, we are sure, confa
to the spirit and the rhythm of the natiJ
meeting.
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Dr >. rids he has become
i :' the delicate aspect of
-ckng which lies in
; the attitude of the minister. When
ng across a patient who is
more disturbed than normal, the
be concerned with
:d:ng a more adequately
trist. Being ., re-
Hospital Seeks Muscular Dystrophy Cu
HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (AJP)-dergo the
An estimated 10,000 Americans
doomed to die from the fatal dis-
easemuscular dystrophy cen-
tered their hope this week on a
^fS;?T,shhospitai *r~^ "
psychia- feUoW V1Ctlms Marked from a
::.r.c ,ruin ,0 volunteer as human
attitudt (toward suinea pigs in a research experi-
, ment which may discover a cure
represents a new for the malady.
ained
' v all the religious
. Him-
knowl-
i
experiments n*
Robinson was right They *lj
chosen from more than
plicants from every part of I
nation.
Robinson said the formula!
completely under B'nai B'rsj
control. The hospital is a M
profit organization A descripl
jof the possible cun is schedr
I to appear in next month's
of leading medic;.1 journal*
ology'd
One
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82 teen-ai
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been so

tered bv the expert ha-
local high schools
ence demonstrated to -ted *nV Y""
ng psychological niou .S?P.?ounsehng
.des toward prepared mk dent* "ng h,gh cho1
rabbi emphases that the >?% Z^Uon
Coral Gables Center
To Hear Book Review

at he next B
er. Sunday, March 11.
<". o.iO p.m.
' r, Gwen
With the
problen ciiffl.
^ulhtK- md children in
a humorous vein
Rabbi M. Skop will condu. I I
uscussion foil
+Jewistfkridm
Publiihed every Friday IBC* T
by The Jewith Floridun at 120 *J
Sixth street. Miami 18, Florid*.1
tered as second-class matter Jw|
'30, at the Post Office or ^T
Fla., under the Act of March 3-.
The Jewish Floridian has Vm
the Jewish Unity and the J%
in >H
Officials at the B'nai B'rith
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital
here expressed hope that a form-
ula which the hospital patented
recently might hold the cure The
formula is designed to produce in
the laboratory a substance which
Will replace what the Victims' the Jewish Unity and i
ooaie.-. supposedly lack. Diseases Weekly. Member of the Jew"*!,
such as muscular dvstroDhv nnd 8raphic *0ncy. Seven Arts f
multiple sclerosis arc"caused by ^^^^orld.^^-^V^
functional deficiences.
"We think we have it." J A
Robinson, chairman of the budget
and finance department of B'nai
ib nth declared aa the tint of the
18 volunte. is arrived to undergo1
experiments at the hospital.
The volunteers arriving to un-
.._, wonowiae ne -
National Editorial Association. *
cn Association of E"Bll5'';r,|
Newspapers, Florida Press Assi
r
does
Center Friday.
Israeli Correspondent
Speaks At North Shore
of thedUn,tiIman' f0nn*r Chiel
Telegraphic 'Agency in Pans! will iduof^r Phlllp Fried wi" con-
Shore Jewish
March 9.
Hellman lerved for several
in Arab countries aa cor-
wtenl for the Palestinian
POst, and ,s now in Miami on be-
Appeal Combined Jewish
The Jewish nonaiao runrantee the Kanhruth of tne
chandlsn advortlsfd ln_lts_J2LJ
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Number
Volume 24
Aljnn
FRIDAY, MARCH 9
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JEWS IN SPORTS
By BILL WOLF
Vagabonds Will
I nl<>rl.iin At
Honor IuikIm-oii
Vagabonds, one of the
turn toward Canada.
,A"b, evenl this week is the
! -hi Welfare Board's colorful
*''] basketball tournament in
5Si l0 and 1Lt six
from represenative sections
h". i nited States and two from
Jda Wil! fight it out for the
SggPLo* for the Jewish
Immunity Center of Portland
Son. the Bensonhurat Jays of
noklvn and the Montreal
Sha to be the big three of the
rnev I" Brooklyn, they re
ing" that the Jays will walk
ay as champs
ere's how the finalists line up
result of the nation-wide
B cbmpction among some 150
squads. Portland will re;
sent the Western section as a
lull of a 57-49 victory over Oak-
jd Cal.. in the final. Berson-
rst defeated Union Temple in
final to inter the tourney
, the Metropolitan area. In
mid-west, Omaha, Nebraska,
ipped Kansas in a close one,
45. to gain i ntry.
;.,. Middli Atlantic region will
by the winner of
game between Wilkes Barrc,
, and th. B; Itimore YMHA. two
Incomers he tournament.
final New England
the Lvnn, Mass., JCC, by virtue
, 63-61 triumph over the Mt.
n n YMHA. In another close
.the I YMHA beat
>nton 70-67 in the final to go
irnev fr im New Jersey.
the Montreal
' \lll.\s .
urneythrough
tch. The Cana-
ille place ol a
New York State
squads in this
ut There'll
no defi: hamp in Mon-
Lasl year's victor,
rough Park YMHA, was elimi-
ed In .mpetition .
n't be surprised if you hear
of the teams
wesl Jewish Center invitation
ketbaW tournament to be held
king the
against the wall. An
ired, oddly
1 H ndball Club of
JCC. The tournev
24 and 25 .
to Doc Scher-
tor of the JCC
u He's been
ne of the basket-
a brotherhood
w n as the
of Nations."
nality groups will
: ; .
also in order
' who took part
an Games held
Argent:: One member of the
IS Henry Las-
' Iking champion.
a lot of terri-
and V (|on.t mean Qn]
* Last October he won
third world title at the Olym-
He is also A.A.U.
amp. in both indoor and out-
l:L'v";'. 'nu' ,his week irom
fm Gilbert, new director of
lm! ',.: pub,ic affairs of
,;":, >* in it he
V, frandeis will be fielding
,,sVd- lor the first time
Eaco"ng faU." And therein
fcun''^"'S story of grow-
PmPj ",' unjversity at Wal-
i i.Mv- .irandeiswillbecom-
lTho X '","" sports Program.
Vavh ',"'1. v,mtn 1S 8'vn
fct h-,H fact that il hasn't
J time t field a varsity
team. But this fall theathletes will
have reached varsity status and
Brandeis can be expected to take
a biggei share of the sports spot-
light .
In fencing, the Buffalo Jewish
Center will be host to the three-
weapon fencing championships of
Western New York on April 28.
And here's an item for the side
pocket. Willie Hoppe, 63-year-old
billiard king, managed to keep
his three-cushion title in Chicago
recently, but not before he ran
into some trouble from Art Rubin
of Brooklyn. At one time Rubin
led Hoppe 12-0. It wasn't until
the fifth inning that the old
master could score his first point
against the Brooklyn star. Rubin
stayed in front through most of
the contest, but Hoppe emerged
on top, 50-43.
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llcbri'iv School Plans Purim lVIt-
Sixth annual Purjm ball of the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation will be held Sunday,
March 18, at the Electrician's
Union Hall, 1650 N.W. 17th Ave.,
according to President William
Weintraub.
Chairman for the affair is
Hershey Glantz. first vice" presi-
dent of the congregation. Other
committee workers are Mrs. Ed-
Mrs. Ramagli
I horus Sponsors
"Studio 31" Play
By popular demand, the Great-
er Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will
sponsor a repeat performance of
the "Studio M" production of
Sidney Howard's "The Silver
Cord" on Sunday, March 11, at
8:30 p. in. at the Central Beach
Elementary School.
Members cf the cast include
Faith Adams, Dean Christopher,
The
nation's most popular night club
aets, will entertain at the donor
luncheon to be
given by the Mi-
ami Chapter of
'.he National
Children's Car-
diac Home on
Tuesday, March
13, at 12 noon, it
was announced
by Mrs. Tillie
Ramagli, chair-
man of the event.
Proceeds from
the affair are
earmarked for
support of chil-
dren at the home. Funds will
also be used for research, as well
as the home's outpatient clinic.
In charge of subscriptions are I Robert Sacker, Nancy Meltzer,
Mrs. B. Karnes, 83-5995, and Mis. Cathy Alch and Ann Teller.
ward L. Becker and Mrs. Herbert
Feldan, journal; Mrs. Nat Coul-
ton, well-wishers; Mrs David
Meltzer, precious jewels; Herbert
Feldan, music and entertainment;
Edward L. Becker, David Meltzer,
and Herman Necdelman, decora-
tions.
Also. Mrs. William Weintraub,
tickets: Mrs. Sam Kostoff, games;
Mrs. Feldan, flowers; Mrs. Ben
Sokoloff. Mrs. Dave Kleeber, Mrs.
Helen Wuranch, Mrs. Needelman,
Mrs. Pauline Rappaport, Mrs. Re-
becca Becker, Mrs. Michael Blank,
and Mrs. Fred Rosenthal, refresh-
ments.

Ethel Cohen, 4-6292.
George Keathley is director.
Coffee 'N Doughnut
Dance On Calendar
A "Coftee and Doughnut" dance
will be given by the Young Ad-
ult League of the Miami Jewish
Community Center on Saturday,
March 10, at 8:30 p. m., it was
announced by Elix Hinkes, pres-
ident.
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FRIDAY, MABf-Ho
>>
"Strictly Neighbors
By HELEN ALPERT
STORY SPOTLIGHTS:
Visitor Dr. Nathan Wernicoff of Vineland. N. J.. will soon boast
a Branding's Dream House in Vineland, and presiding over the
tireplace will be Charles R. Jacobson's newest painting. Improwsa-
tion in Green." The Doc heads one of the Norths biggest poultry
research labs. Mrs. Wernicoff is also a veterinarian They both had
wandered over to the Beach Youth Center's outdoor Art Show,
cottoned to Jacobson's non-objective canvases there and prompti>
begged invitations to tour his studio in Coconut Grove.
The Wernicoffs' home is to be strictly Florida with fluted glass,
rainbow brick and cypress, not too surprung when you remember
Wernicoff was originally from Jacksonville. Benign bystander at the
pointing-purchase was Ruthie Jacobson's mother, Chicago s Mrs.
Harry Heifetz, herself on a Florida visit .
Affable Art Appel of Associated Photographers got the oddest
assignment of his career yesterday. He'd been called in to shoot
pictures of the Atlantic Towers Hotel's lobby, cocktail lounge and
rooms, for the big Detroit News Travel exhibit due in Detroit me
end of this month. Art unpacked his equipment, gulped, and an-
nounced he was keeping the picture of the room for himseit.
Reason? It's the same room he honeymooned in. back in 1941.
when the Atlantic Towers was built!
LINES O' TYPE:
Larry Wilde now feels like a biglimer in the ranks; he played
his first agency date from the Harry Kilby office Our Faithful
Reader Mrs. Philip Steir (and I thank ya!) and Philip are enter-
taining houseguests in their Abbott Ave. home, daughter Mrs.
Julie Karson and Julie. He's activities director at Grossinger's .
Brooklyn's Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rovner have come to see Mrs.
Rovner's sister, Mrs. Cele Chaxen Versailles' guest Herman L.
Zellers of the 41st St. furniture shop. Herman has invented a
protective face-guard for football players and copped an approval
patent on it. He's a "handsome bachelor," it says here. I'll be
right over ... :
Masada tossed an engagement fete for Sheila Waldman and
Leonard Schwartz, at the Versailles. They're both popular members
. NOTE TO MRS. SIMON SEIDEN who's been asking: Yep, I'm
Leo Alpert's sister.
CRITIQUE:
It was so wonderful the kids could hardly believe itso 900
of them telephoned the Beach Auditorium for the assurance that
all school kids with identity cards could get into the first Eddie
Cantor show free. However, what projected all those rude manners
later'1 The girls and boys had piled around to buy orange drinks
and cokes, but got shoved and berated as if they were dogs.
LISTEN, YOU CONCESSIONAIRES: Just remember that every
youngster at your counter is the Beloved Object of someone in
this community!
In contrast, take the "Holiday on Ice" treatment. Following
the Saturday matinee, with the same school-mob. every single
person in or out of the spectacle continued the chain of cordiality
until the last kid reluctantly vanished.
HOTEL HOPS:
Magnificent Yankee Sam Rivkind returned to the helm of the
Miami Beach Hotel Association at the Wednesday night meeting in
the Saxony. Typically, he's ignited explosive doings in all directions,
including a vast scope campaign of publicity and exploitation. One
target is the rich Latin-American market, for summer business, to
begin where Sam Kaplan left off, last year ..
A sizzler is being prepared for the attention of the South Florida
Chapter. Hotel Sales Managers Association, International. One of its
members is incensed at discovering that personally addressed mail is
steadily intercepted and read by a certain hotel's management.
The Postal authorities have been informed.
LATEST NEWS:
Al Pallot's first communique to all members of his North Bay
Area Taxpayers' Association is understandably based on a note of
triumph. The city council went right ahead, pronto, to order one-
- :. Normandy Isle, probably to be followed this week
I y his association's move for one-way onh Miami Beach's two
biggest highways David Rosner took advantage of Rabbi Isaac
'.. nthal's presence at his Hotel Good to review interesting contest-
with the rabbi, who's a judge on the national panel. They
singled out. so far. a letter from a Bostian vet TO MAURICE
GROSSMAN: Aw. come on! Write that letter tempting your pen'
. Sally Braslawsky. tall brunette, is keeping the home fires burn-
ing until sister Evvie beats it back from Orlando, where she raced
to meet Charlie Bellin.
me Lois Predinger Joins Brides Elect
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Preding-
er, 1425 S.W. 5th St., have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
I daughter, Diane Lois, to Jerome
Stanley Rosokoff, son "of the
Louis Rosokoffs of Buffalo, N. Y.
A graduate of Miami High
School, the bride-elect attended
the University of Alabama, where
she majored in biology. She later
transferred to Temple University
at Philadelphia and was gradu-
! ated from the Temple Dental
Hygiene School. Miss Predinger
is now practicing in Miami Beach.
Mr. Rosokoff. a graduate of the
University of New York State, is
j an ophthalmic dispenser. He
j served four years in the Air Force
with active duty in the Pacific.
| He is currently in the real estate
i business.
lT-M Students To
Wed This Summer
Engagement of Miss I ,.
Cynthia Cole to Bernard L
fred Silverman, son of Mr.
Atlanta Betrothal Of Interest To Miamians
Of interest to Miamians is
news of the engagement of Miss
Marilyn Rosolio. daughter of Le-
Roy Rosloio of Thomasville. Ga.,
and the late Mrs. Bess Levine
Rosolio, to Maurice Herbert
Furchgott of Atlanta. The marri-
age will be solemnized on June 17.
The bride-elect's grandmother,
Mrs. Gertrude Levine; her aunt,
Mrs. M. G. Furman; and cousin,
Al (Flip) Rosen, al lof Miami
Beach, attended the betrothal
party given by Miss Rosolio's
father at the Standard Club in
The Jewish Community of Greater Miami
Will Celebrate the Golden Jubilee
of the
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Sunday, March 11th, at 8 P.M.
Miami Beach Jewish CenterWashington Ave. & 17th St.
Guest Speaker
RABBI
ISRAEL
GOlHSU |\
Leader in World Jewry
Former President of the
Zionist Organization
of America
A most beautiful musical program will be rendered by
RITHAXA Kit AYE
who recently appeared in the role of Micaela in Carmen
with the Metropolitan Opera Company.
Jacob Goldring Cantor of Miami Beach Jewish Center
and Robert Strassburg, Musical Conductor.
Atlanta.
Miss Rosolio attended Shorter
College, where she was a member
of the Eunomian Society and the
White and Gold sports organiza-
tion. She is attending the Uni-
versity of Georgia and will grad-
uate in June. At the university
she is a member and past presi-
dent of Sigma Delta Tau sorority,
a formei member of the Women's
Athletic Association and on the
staff of the Georgia Cracker,
campus magazine.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Furchgott of Atlanta,
formerly of Charleston, S. C, re-
ceived his B. S. degree in areo-
nautical engineering and his mas-
ter's degree in industrial engi-
neering from Georgia Tech. He
was a member of the varsity foot-
ball team, ANAK and Omicron
Delta Kappa, honorary fraterni-
ties, Tau Beta Pi and Phi Eta
Sigma, scholastic fraternities, and
was named to Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universi-
ties. He served as president of
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity and is
now assocated with Montag
Brothers, Inc., in Atlanta, where
the couple will make their home.
Workshop Continues
Radio Workshop for Democracy,
I weekly dramatic program, will
presnet "Let's Take Off Our
Coats" on Sunday, March 11, at
7:45 p. m. over radio station
WMIE.
Local actors appearing in this
week's presentation are Sarah
\ Seiderman. Eleanor Zweigel, Bet-
sy Banks, Helen Dunn, Gertrude
Marx and Shirley Cook.
i
Lorrayne Cole
Mrs. I. J. Silverman. of Chicaa
has been announced by her pal
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole,
of Chicago. Both are students i
the University of Miami.
The bride-elect was graduate
from Senn High School in
cago. She is a memln'r of DelJ
Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. SilveiJ
] man is a graduate of St. Jota'l
Military Academy, Delafield. M
and belongs to Alpha Epsilon ft|
fraternity.
The wedding will take place al
the summer and the couple nil
make their home in Coral GabltJ
Joyce Shabat Engaged
To Dr. Harry Rimer
Dr. Harry B. Rimer, resident^
. Jackson Memorial Hospital. J
, the fiance of Miss Joyce Shabi',1
The engagement has been a>|
nounced by the bride-elerfil
mother. Mrs. Dorothy Shabat. T9|
;West 50th St., Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami Beattl
High School, Miss Shabat attad-f
ed the University of Miami
Dr. Rimer, the son of Mr. a
Mrs. Benjamin Rimer, 6320 %]
son Road, Miami Beach, atteni
the University of Pennsylvania
j and Emory Medical School, AlT
I lanta, where he was a member :!l
i Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Delal
j Epsilon. medical fraternity. Bel
I interned at Lincoln Hospital. Xnl
[York, and during World WarII
I served as captain in the Air Fora|
Medical Corps for two years.
Alfred J. Meltxer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Meltzer, will be-
come Bar Mitzrah on Saturday.
March 10. at 9 a.m. at Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation.
The young man. who attends
Shenandoah Junior High School,
will conduct the entire service.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
A reception in honor of the Bar
Milzvah will follow the services.
Relatives and friends are invited
to attend.
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jTUDAY, MARCH 9, 1951
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ahrens of New York, who are quests at
the Silver Palm Hotel Apartments, Miami Beach, recently
celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at a reception
Highlight of the affair was the presentation of a poem composed
hv Mr. Ahrens on fifty years of married life.
y *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jacobson, 1040 15th St., Miami Beach
announce the bris of their son, Mark Howard, which took place
on Thursday, March 1. Sandek was Meyer Rosen of Brooklyn-
godparents, Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacobson; and mohel. Rabbi
Philip Fried.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Apelbaum entertained guests at the
Lincoln Arms at a cocktail party in honor of the birth of a qreat
grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Stander of Huntington, L I.
^^ '^* ^K
The bris of Philip Lawrence Sirota, son of Mr. and Mrs
Louie Sirota, 749 N.W. 11th St., took place Monday. March 5 at
the home of his parents. Meyer Nurenberg was sandek and Mr
and Mrs. C. Appelbaum, godparents. Rabbi Philip Fried of-
ficated.
* *
Nat Hurewitz of Hollywood, Fla., is the houseguest of his
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hurewitz 76G
N.W. 19th St.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen, 1330 15th St., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the birth of a son, Wayne Alan, born February 27 at
Mount Sinai Hospital. The bris was held on Tuesday, March 6
in the ritual room of the hospital. Sandek was Max Cypen the
baby's paternal grandfather; godparents, the baby's uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Cypen of Jacksonville. Mrs Cypen's
sister, Mrs. Benjamin Schwartz of St. Petersburg, came here for
the event. Also among guests were Miami Beach City Attorney
Ben Shepard, Assistant City Attorney Albert Saperstein Samuel
Gertner, director of Mount Sinai Hospital; Gus Jacobson, execu-
tive director of the Jewish Centers Association; Milton Sirkin
president of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, and Mrs Sirkin The
Cypens are also the parents of Stephen Hale and Bonnie Gave
* r '
Mrs. Julia Snyder, who is visiting her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone, 1845 S.W. 14th St was
tendered a birthday party by her dauqhter on Wednesday,
March 7. Guests included Mrs. Madelea, Mrs. Benjamin, Mrs H
Klem Mrs. S. Tanenbaum, Mrs. H. Rosenberg and Mrs.
^JmristflcrkMan
[Feins Exchange Vows
The garden of the home of Mr.
nd Mrs. Joseph Shulder. 4559
lion Road, Miami Beach, pro-
pped the setting for the marriage
W their daughter, Barbara Joan,
uglas Fein .>n February 18.
Rabbi Jiving Lehrman read the
double-ring service.
For the ceremony the bride
chose a ballerina-length gown of
White satin, net and Chantilly
lace. H,r short illusion veil was
lattached to a cap trimmed with
seed pearls. She carried a prayer
=niT ladolrned with white orchids
and stephanotis
fehl?i; ,Fran.k Vierig (Lois
ahuldu), Montgomery, Ala.,
served as matron of honor in a
fWn ,P'nk nylon tulle and
P-Jitilly ace. Her flowers were
Pink orchids.
LBUrKn.uLoebl was best man 'or
Lr"h,'r- William Brody,
grandifather of the bridegroom!
as gH,omsrnan. Seating guests
were Gary Shulder, brother of
h,L d'', and Edward Dergura-
|l"an uncle of the bride.
\to\\J,',Tl at the Sh"lder home
Followed the ceremony.
Markn?cKncluded Mr- ^d Mrs.
and m Sh:ip,ro- Milwaukee; Mr.
a Mrs. josoph Kranitz, Mrs.
London and Bruce London,
e u CS- CoPersmith, Chi-
Kate Maxwell. Mrs.
In Garden Rites
beige gabardine suit and brown
accessories. Both she and her
husband attended Miami Beach
High School and the University
of Miami. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Fein, 8141 Crespi
Blvd.
IK ki nnt\,and William Brdy.
IGren' ,Mr- and Mrs. Al
K mf^,SS5eVerly Green"
ntewYork. "' Bertha Leavitt'
|FloihfT *edwinf trip throu*h
'he bride donned a
Israelite Center Slates
Mock Marriage, Ball
The Israelite Center is sponsor-
ing a Purim Ball and Mock Mar-
riage, in cooperation with its
Dora Stein Sisterhood and the
PTA at the center, on Sunday.
March 25, at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Herman Miller, chairman,
is assisted by Mrs. Meyer Simon,
Mrs. Nathan Shenkin, David
Granat, Charles Fidelman and M.
Park. Tickets may be obtained
by calling 4-1868.
Beth David Women
Plan Purim Carnival
Plans are being formulated by
Beth David PTA for a Purim
carnival to be held at the syna-
gogue on Sunday, March 18, it
has been announced by Mrs.
Ernest Sussman, president.
Lunches will be served and
there will be pony rides, fish
pond, game booths. A baby sitter
service will also be available.
The PTA is collecting paper
every Sunday. The drive will
continue until the end of the
Sunday school term.
RUTH WOLKOWSKY GREENFIELD
/'ormerly of Univ. of Miami Music Faculty
ANNOUNCES HER PIANO STUDIO. 1040 93rd ST.
flr "ARBOR ISLAND, MIAMI BEACH. PHONE 86-7918
Students Accepted by Audition Only
>**t*g KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
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are SSP^f. 5! Heb"w Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach,
the ZhNlSV ^ ?,1-300 Leon J- EU- chairman o
1 to rT Mir^ii S- c Cunf j>* Greater Miami. Pictured are
U .to r.) Michael Kogan. Sandy Andron. EU. Phyllis Katx.
Shapiro's Interview of Cantor To Be Aired
Harold Shapiro's interview with ,
the banjo-eyed comedian, Eddie
Cantor, will be heard by trans-
cription on Sunday, March 11,
at 1:15 p.m. over station WINZ.
Cantor, who recently returned
from a visit to Israel, will discuss
his experiences in the young
Jewish state to Shapiro, Miami
Beach attorney and narrator of
the radio program, "Builders of
Israel."
The comedian will be intro-
duced by James H. Ruby, com-
mander of the Miami Beach Post
of the American Legion, which
sponsored Cantor's recent one-
(Picture of Shapiro and Cantor on
page 2-B)
man show at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
Cantor will tell of his meeting
Openings In Nursery
The Nursery School of the Mi-
ami Beach Y has a few openings
in its program for the first time
in several months, according to
Mrs. Sylvia Bernstein, school di-
rector.
Children in the three and a
half year age group will be
accepted for morning sessions
from 9 a. m. to 12 noon and
youngsters between four and five
may be registered for the full-
day program.
Interested persons may call
Mrs. Bernstein at 5-5319.
CONSTIPATION GONE-
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no relief in sight. Then I began eat-
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Rockaway, N. Y.
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ALL-BRAN daily, drink plenty of
water. If not satisfied after 10 days,
send empty box to Kellogg's,
Battle Creek, Mich. Get double
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MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
Friday, March 16, 8:30 P.M.
Box Office Now Open
Miami Beach Auditorium
Prices: 13.68. $3.08, $2.45, $1.85
Tax Ino.
with Premier David Ben Gurion,
give his impressions of the new
arrivals, conditions in general and
in show business in particular
and will describe the role Ameri-
can Jewry can play in building
up the new nation.
The program, "Builders of Is-
rael," is heard every Sunday at
1:15 p.m. over station WINZ. It
is a special feature of the Yiddish
Classical Hour of which N. Nasatir
is director and J. Birnbaum, as-
sociate director.
Jewish Professor Named
For Nobel Peace Prize
OSLO (AJP)A Polish-born
Jewish professor, the briliant Dr.
Raphael Lemkin, was named
among the nine Americans nomi-
nated this week as part of 28
world figures as candidates for
the 1951 Nobel Peace Prize. The
nominations were made by the
Norwegian Nobel Institute.
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BURDINE'S EASTER-BUNNY
arrives in Toyland, Saturday
Yes, Saturday is the big day in Burdine's Toyland .
Mister Easter Bunny arrives for his annual visit. He'll be
there 'til Easter waiting to talk to all the youngsters and
have his picture taken with them, if you wish.


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*JewislncrkOatn
FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 195I
Polish Tailor Sees Statue of Libery, Dies
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Through hostile Europe's dis-
placed persons' camps these past
i.v, years wandered a little one-
- tailor, a Chaim Grub-
by name. For years Chaim
and an 18-year- '1-1 son [gnac
.; with no success to make
wav to America and Start
new. Endless forms and red
tape replaced the barbed wire to
bar their path of escape.
Before Hitler's lecion trampled
Poland's borders and Chaim was
placed in a concentration
the little tailor operated a
shop in Warsaw He eked out a
bare livelihood. When there was
no work he starved. And
there was work, there was no
time to eat. With the war's end.
Chaim. no longer a Nazi prisoner.
i to the shore of America.
Chaim's yearning to come to
the i S. appeared bright two
- ago when the little J< w and
his s>n boarded the transport
Gen. R. M. BL al Bremer-
haven enroute here.
Last week as the vessel ap-
N York. I
d i-.i- son from .* berl
to vii w the
1

f David
Nazi ccupal c mid
v.- with
.
n
. lenl
Watchmakei Holds
4 Grand Prizes
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f foil
: >r his
K
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:o comr the mon-
throne.
An "
nd gold clock
lilt over a six-year
was not among the passengers.
Ignac said the realization that he
would finally set foot on America
had been too much for his father
Chaim had died as the ship en-
tered New York harbor.
IN THE MAIL
The Editor.
The Jewish Floridian.
Sir:
I happened to come across The
Jewish Floridian of the 29th De-
cember. 1950. and was interested
to read the letter addressed to
you by N. Guttman of the Nation-
al Labour Committee for Pales-
This letter was written in
reply to an article by S. B. Lieb-
man. in which the latter, ap-
parently, subjects to criticism cer-
tain aspei: live Liv-
ing in Israel."
I do not wish to enter the
ts of the Gutman-Liebman
v. : -v. but as an Israeli. I
wish : r< :; nlj I an allega-
i ide '"v Mi Gul
-
M: Gutman v
; Krug, who is cited bj Mr.
y. is
misstati nenU
[n the first
Histadrul
I Ini :' the
i with
the Stat :
if the
ym< nt e:
nl It is 1 im-
: le for t Hist idrut I
ts wil applicant
ib."
The plain truth is that His-
tadrul wned and controlled bu-
estab-
l no change what-
.-; place
thi esl nl '?f the
ti 'i': Gei Z ists de-
nied thai in bu ius lie
of the
Histadrut by tl nment and

is the case in Socialist England,
thus p: evi ntin tati I affairs
Histadrut mav impose
n an applicant for a job.
turned down
and the bureaus to which i
it are
i .lolled.
General Zionists will feat-
I of their pk-.t-
ning K
mand for plac-
langes under
tate. I
I 1 rep irt in due
.
ut t.'
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S Z ABRAMOV

Dr. Pushkin Heads
Optometric Group
Recently installed president of
the Southeast Florida Optometric
Association is Dr. Emanuel Push-
kin of Miami
who succeeds Dr.
I). E. Conant.
The S F O A .
composed of
more than 50
practicing opto-
metrists in Dade
and Broward
county, is spon-
soring National
Save YoUl Vision
Week in this
area.
Other newly
elected officers
C. Garvin. vice
then presenl
.Klin D. R
velt. Thi .. ha t-pro-
tected movement
' lials showing Eastern and
P : c "...; e z :. The hands of
the clock tiny replicas of the
Empi S lilding.
K nn, v> fui.
tropics.
:. :: sev-
low pen
tion to fully. Also, once
a nl .i .-hould drop
he stem to counter-
act tiny rust particles that
foim.
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ited mechanism he de-
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Israeli .roii|i
To Rfot Monday
Israeli Group of Hadassah will
hold its next meeting in the form
of a dessert luncheon on Monday,
March 12. at 12:30 p.m. at Lincoln
Manor, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Irving Westin,
president.
A Purim festival and Youth
Aliyah program have been ar-
ranged bv Mrs. Morris Bernstein
and Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Partici- .
pants will be Mrs. David Joseph
and Mrs Louis Shapiro, who will |
offer Purim songs.
for fever
i An ancient remedy ,
[ was to wash water over the
1 tient and onto a frog, to Wh "
the fever was supposed to pas"
Dr. Pushkin
ITresldenU fDr. William Koblenz,
treasurer: Dr. Chester NT Robber,
secretary.
Modern Dancers
To Perform Here
A dance exhibition will be given
bv the modem interpretive dance
term of Kavta Delakova and Fred
Berk on March 20 at the Miami
Bavl nt Auditorium beginning
at 8:30 p.m I Arthur Cohen.
nan of the event.
The dance e\ i is being
red locally by the Miami
ar.d Miami Beach units of Junior
H ssah and the 1'nivcrsity of
chapter of IZFA.
Delakova and Berk arc creative
artists. They have travelled
since early youth, performing in
it halls, centers, in theaters,
..nd universities. They
I, d their own dance groups.
phed musicals, experi-
ter produc
n:.- in this country as wail
.is in Europe and the Middle E...-;.
Tickets mav be obtained at
Moray's Ji -tore. 141 N.E.
2nd Ave.: Steadman's Music
II,,us (i : Gables: M
41 st St.. Miami Beach; and the
: Office, 235 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach.
AJC Party To Benefit
Louise Wise Hostel Fund
Miami Chapter of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress will spon-
sor a games and card party on
Wednesday, March 14. at 12:30
p. m. in the Hostess Room of Mi-
ami Home Milk. 2451 N. W. 7th
Avenue, it was announced this
week by Mrs. Ben Hertz, presi-
dent.
Mrs. Harry Lnufcr is chairman
of thi i '. i nt, ;i eds of which
[0 t.. the Louise Waterman
Wise Youth Hostel fund.
Soloist At Beach Y
For Music Festival
Cantor Jacob Tambor will be
guest soloist at the Beach Y Jew-
ish Music Festival, entitled "Songs
of Yearning and Liberation,"
slated for Tuesday. March 13, at
8:30 p.m. at the Y building. Jew-
ish folk song and art of the late'
19th and 20 century will be>
featured.
In addition to Cantor Tambor,
who will perform chassidic. Yid-
dish and Israeli numbers. Mar-
garet and Ben Yomen, associated
with the Jewish Folk Chorus, and
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Choir, will perform The Hiall ah
Folk Chorus, conducted by Robert t
Strassberg, music consultant to
Jewish Centers Association, will
present three numbers.
The program will be rounded ;
out by (Evelyn Locb. pianist.
Esther' Shrago. violinist, and
Naomi Rosenberg, dancer.
Fashion Show Planned
By Center Teen-Agers
Tri Beta Council of the Miami
Jewish Community Center, a
teen-age girl's group, is planning
a fashion show depicting the his-
tory of Miami, to be held in
April.
The group lias issued a call for
old cl jories that
date !> ick to 1900 to be used in
the show. Clothes will be returned
in good condition.
Those who wish to lend cloth-
ing may call Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
teen-age committee chairman, at
82-4311: Tobie Jacobskind. teen-
age advise: a", tile Center. 3-5489;
or Sonia Caplin. teen-age chair-
man. 2-7743.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 195
Casablanca To Be
State B'nai B'rith
Convention Site
The Casablanca Hotel will bo
o( iln annual convention
: da Federation of B'nai
- and Women's Chap-
, i), held at Miami Beach
:>!) and 30. it is an-
by E. Albert Pallot, gen-
iv. ii lit hi chairman and
vjce ;,;. idenl of the federation.
Frank Kleinfeld, president. St.
:. and Edward Culter.
Tampa, are co-ordi-
plans for the conven-
tion with the local committee.
Mrs. Albert Moss, president of
ilu Women's B'nai B'rith Chap-
ters in Florida, has designated
fllJ-s, R iberl Baron, president of
the Emma Lazarus Business and
Professional Women's Chapter in
- the official liaison
ntative to the men's con-
vention committee.
ral hundred delegates from |
all corners of the state are ex-
I tn attend the annual pro- I
ceedingi at the Casablanca Hotel, j
A- .. recent convention com-,
mittee meeting, E. Albert Pallot;
appointed the following chair-
,i ntion co-chairmen,
.1 id Turk. Paul Seider-
man. Si Aronovitz and Judge
budget and finance
\!aj T Harold Turk;
ms and program
ng, Milton A. Friedman:
vations, Godfrey K.
aker'a committee.
[, Silver; reception.;
alitj and transportation.
G J Bertman and Marx
.-. signs and banners, I
Lt i Steinman; registration, Jack
Gold: banquet and dance, Paul
program book. Frank
' j and public rela-
tions. Cha les R. Jacobson; cock- I
tail party and water show. Sidney :
Aronovitz; michrophones and
public address system, Sam
Ki ssler,
*Jewisti Fk>ridiain
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Hollywood Cottier Conducts hirst
Intorfaith lusiiimi- |n Rroward
A ^tTellZPt7LVcilTTS "e met,'POlitaR -i Naders,
area: Milton Sirkm Zu l v <*a'rn,an f the Flagler-Granada
Memorial Rites For Gross Slated
U-F Students To Work
With Local Association
University ol Florida at Gaines-
ville, through its school of social
three of its stu-
placement with the
Association of
Miami.
lents, Robert Car-
II ol Miami, Alan Rhodcamp of
nd Arthur Kalish
n graduate students
v. This is the first
n the history of the school
tits have been related
work agency. In the
such students have done
placement with case work
and public welfare services.
Center PTA To Present
Yiddish Film Saturday
"Overture to Glory (The Vilna
Balabassel}," a Yiddish film star-
!,;'- M ishe Ovsher and Helen
y. will be presented for the
second time on Saturday, March
w. at 8:30 p.m. in the assembly
fhii?- ,hp Religious School of
*MlM!1 Beach Jewish Center,
jjnaer the auspices of the center
J'^ets may be purchased at
'he center office.
RemovafoF Offices
remov/' rA^U ,announs the
Su V, of hia law offices to
anu Be4,!,,420 ""! Road, Mi-
ELITE
CHOCOLATE
and
CANDIES
PRODUCTS of ISRAEL
Truly Delicioua!
Now on Sale at
Food Fair
and
cH's Markets
Israelite Center will conduct,
memorial services for its late
honorary president. Harry B.
Gross, who recently passed away.
on Monday, March 12. at 8:15:
p.m. at the center building, 3198
S.W. 25th Terr.
Gross, who was ins- president
of the center, held that post from
September. 1947. until March.
1950. when he resigned because
of poor health. During his ad-
ministration, construction of the
new center building was begun.
The congregation will hold a
short business meeting on Tues-
day. March 13. at 8 p.m. Jewish
folk dancing will follow.
First interfaith institute ever;
held in South Broward took place
at the Hollywood Jewish Center
recently.
One "hundred and fifty women,
representing eight churchi
South Broward, gathered to par-|
ticipate in an all-day institute on
Judaism under the auspices of!
the ladies auxiliary of the center
Tin meeting opened with an
invitation by Mrs. Jacob J. Honig
and greetings from Mrs. Samuel
Slater, president of the auxiliary.
Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. chairman
of the day, outlined the program
and discussed its purpose
which the institute was called. He
stated that the program was ar-
ranged with the conviction that
'understanding amongst people is
based on information and the re- !
lease of old ideas with the ac-
ceptance of new ones. We are not
gathered here to convert but to
converse."
Rabbi Joseph Narot of Temple
Israel in Miami, discussed the
-Basic Beliefs of Judaism" fol-'
lowed by an open forum. Rabbi
Honig displayed the Jewish cen -
monial objects and explain,.I
them. Luncheon was served t i
the guests during which "So:
of Friendship" by Irving Caesar
| were sung.
Theafternoon session continued
with Rabbi Morris Skop of Coral
Gables Jewish Center who spoke
on "Jewish Customs and Holi-
days." The program was con-
cluded with a film entitled -,.
Neighbor Celebrates the Jewish
Holidays."
Purim Luncheon Slated
Sisterhood of the Miami .Hebrew
School ,,nd Congri gaiion wilLhold
its annual Purim luncheon at the
synagogue on Wednesday. March
14. at 12:30 p.m., it is announced
by Mrs, Murray Kii schenbaum.
ways and means chairman.
ii-.~to.~sc- will be the Mesdames
Fredric Rosenthal. Louis August,
Kirschenbaum, Harry War:
Physicians' Wives Meet
The Physicians Wives Club of
Greater Miami will meet at the
home of Mrs. Max Gratz, 4333
Nautilus Drive. Miami Beach, on
Wednesday, March 14. at 2 p.m.
Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein will show
movies of her trip abroad.
Rabbi Ever To Speak
Rabbi Isaac H. Ever of Kneseth
Israel Congregation will speak on
"Miracles in Present Day
Thought" .on Sunday. March li.
at 9:30 a.m. over station WKAT
on the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami program.
The rabbi has a regular weekly
new stint evei \ T sday at 7
p.m. over station WINZ'.
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label For The Seel Of
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OF ORTHODOX JEWISH
CONGREGATIONS OF
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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1951
Red Cross Leader
Announces Captains
Mrs. George Brumlik. chairman
of the women's residential divi-
sion in Miami Beach for the Red
Cross fund drive, announced this
week the section captains who
will assist her in a campaign for
quota of S25.00O.
The section captains include:
South Beach. Mrs. Ann Barokas:
Middle Beach. Mrs. Sara L. Selt-
zer and Mrs. Rose Field: Nor*
Beach. Mrs. Nolan M. Raby. Mrs.
Frank Martin. Mrs. J. O'Brien.
Mrs. Harry Polasky. Mrs. Jack
Robinson. Mrs. Frank Katzentine,
Mrs Arthur Wood, Mrs. Bert
Kline, Mrs. F B Adae, Mrs. Har-
vev Robiliard, Mrs. Myers >n, Mrs
in, Mrs. Lilly M. Klien, end
Mrs. Stephen Koriidare: Su
Mrs. R. W. Riefkoh!: Bal Harbour.
Mrs. Dwight Broeman; Normandy
Isle. Mrs. Murray Mattes: Sunset
Islands 3 and 4. Mrs. Jim R
Venetian Islands. Mrs Harold
Kasewitz; Palm. Hibiscus and
Star Islands. Mrs. Milton Friend.
Mr.:. Brumlik > division has al-
ready received S8.003 towards its
goal." but Mrs. Brumlik stressed
an urgent need for additional
unteers to assist the section cap-
tains. Those wishing to volunteer
are asked to call the Miami Beach
Red Cross headquarters at 5-5146.
Henry Goodman Dies
Henry Goodman. 91, of Brook-
lyn and Miami Beach, died Tues-
day. March 6. in Brooklyn.
He was the father of Dr. Morris
Goodman, owner of Morris Bro-
thers department stores. He is
survived bv his other children
Bessi" Krakowsky. and Abraham
1 and Jacob Goodman, as well as
! grandchildren and great-grand-
children.
Funeral services were held in
Brooklvn Thursday at the River-
side Memorial Chapel. Interment
followed in Mt. Lebanon Ceme-
tery. Long Island.
Fred Jonas has been appointed
membership chairman of Miami
Beach Zionist District, according
to en announcement by President
Alex Van Straaten. His task will
be to enroll new members and
reenlisl former members. In ac-
cepting the honorary position.
Jonas stated. "The Jews of Amer-
ica were instrumental in the birth
of Israel, but this is no time to
abandon the new-born child. The
infant is only crawling: it needs
more nourishment. Israel needs
Farberman Bar Mitzvah
Donald F Mr.
and Mrs Leo Farberman. 535
N' W. 117th Street, became Bar .
Mitzvah at services at th North friends in every nation, especially
Jewish Centei n Saturday the United Slates^_______
rning. Joseph Keller off 10
. Yogurt Wins Public.
nU M I Mi U [sacks n
'.: 5. L. F : rman,
ll.-.u li JWV To
Hoar Shapiro
Miami Beach Post 330 of the
-:. War Veterans will have
Id Shapiro as guest speaker I
at its next meeting on Tuesday.
rch 13. at 8:30 p.m. at 1828 [
Alton Road. Miami Beach. His j
topic will be "From Maj. Noah to I
Col. Mickey Marcus."
The program has been plam.ed
by Commander Al Ossip. In addi-
tion !o the regular program. Dave |
Matzkin and his father-in-law. 1
Frank Gordon, will pass out cigars I
and refreshments in celebration
of the birth of twins to Mr. and |
Mrs. Matzkin. '
Young Author To
Disease Book
Les Tenney. organizer and
president of American Prisoners
of War and survivor of the ill
'famed Bataan "Death March,"
will speak at the
next meeting of
the Young Adult
League of the
Coral Gables
Jewish Center on
Wed n e s d a y .
March 14. at 8
p.m. at the cen-
ter.
V A graduate of
the University of
f Miami, Tenney
m 4 was a JaPanese
prisoner of war
Tenney for three and a
half years. He managed to escape
and helped to organize a band of
guerillas. Later, however, he was
recaptured.
Tenney was only 40 miles away
from Nagasaki when the atom
bomb was dropped and has writ-
ten of the explosion for several
magazines.
He will discuss a book on his
experiences which will be pub-
lished soon.
Reuben Nordenberg is president
of the Gables group.
Luncheon Slated
For Cardiac Home
A musical program will be pre-
sented at the annual donor lumh"
eon of Dade Chapter, National
Children's Cardiac Home, at 12
noon, Wednesday, March 14 at
the Casablanca Hotel.
In conjunction with the lunch-
eon, the annual journal will be
given as a souvenir to each per-
son attending. This journal has
served as one of the major fund-
raising projects to maintain the
home.
Mrs. Julius Weiner is aoneral
chairman of the event, assisted by
Mrs. Charles Raab. Mis B. B.
Wollf is program chairman and
her co-chairman is Mrs. Daniel
Sepler. Chairman of the journal
is Miss Roslyn King, who has
been assisted by Mrs. Max Hoff-
man and Mrs. Murray Marks.
Mrs. William Glick is in charge
of the hospitality commit'
Ticket and table reservations
will be handled by Mrs. Nathan
Glass, Mrs. Harry Levin and Mrs.
Leon Kaye. Mrs. Wolfie Cohen,
president of Dade Chapter, will
officiate.
Primitive man believed that
liver was the seat of life, accord-
ing to the Encyclopaedia Bri-
tannica.
Scientific Approval
V gurt, ired milk food,
is r. \v being distributed by
Breakstone.
led as one of the five v. n-
- art is an everyday
sh :n Bulgaria, wh r< the people
Review Koestler Book have n average life span longer
..T. .____, t ,,. 'than that of anv other people:, in
The Age of L :._ing, .; new c
novel by Arthur Koestler. will be the world. Many live to 100.
by Mrs I '' Weinstein Scientists have found that Bul-
n Friday. March 9. ..: 1:15 p.m. ga retained their vigor
pie Bel S m.
S York
:ally for the event. M
ntor. conduct
musaf .- -
Mrs. Weinstein To
P. .'. is :': m this project.
and vitality and the character
of youth to an extremely
sah will advanced age and attribute this
:- to their use of yogurt.
. n I-ira'',1- ... The friendlv baccili of vogurt
:?. H Leshi is the cl .... ,, .
: any
wastes or toxic
. .. fprn'pnt:il,nn -n tn** cvcTo,v, cion.
: r tv liars
Sisterhood To Give
Musical Purim Play
A musi : I .
in :
play
n the systi scien-
v. n :".: iucid into
these
. the put
: :a.
Nol licini
.-. :
. ... .. .- .-. t ......; ....... .......
Sisterhood of Miami J
n PTA -..- 3 Sisterh
lent Mrs Ira C W
I I v. II present
Tut.-la\ ;.:I] 27 15 ]
:n the :.: Higl
School au
Mi Irving L
be purchased at
ngt n Ave.
I
I of 1
salad
Iri ssii :. and des-
Yogurt is :'...-. 1
it :.- S
".ed.
- -called "fairy rings." a
gren le n
. ung--
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FmnAYJVIARCH 9. 1951
Life Of Spinoza
Is Forum Topic
..jn| tion to Spinoza nnd
eil] lie the topic of
:v Dr. Abraham
Saturday, March 10. al
za Forum, 124
zliami Beach.
the author < Reaaon" deal-
er! thought of
oza, whom Kenan
test Jew of modern
test of all modr-
iphers."
Will DuranU "Dr.
-pent many years in
literature of his sub-
arranged what little
I Spinoza's life into a
if him against the
backgn und of his time."
Dr. Wolfson has been conduct-
to publish shortly
i has been devoting
i writing and lectur-
r! to publish shortly
ii "The Philosophy
and one on "The Art
H pp i- ving.
it at 8. Charles H.
the fourth lecture
fJewidh fkkgan
PAGE 11 A
LEGAL NOTICE
\ THp'nJSi ^.PUBLICATION
Old English tfestivals were
called "ales'" whenever ale was
the chief drink used; according
to the.Encyclopaedia Britannua.
Hypnotism was once thought to
be caused by a thick magnetic'
iuild. according to the Encycl -
paedia Britannica.-
HELEN Ti
. Nil.
M v-- 'HESKI I'lHini
' :'H tomasche8ki;
V"* J<>SEPH TOMASOHESKI

Ml-
' I' 1 II foul
i
Cantor Joseph W. Malek of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center will
the bi-monthly enter
-
1 ri 11-
DATED al Mlai |d uii...
aaj ui March,
E. B LEATHERMAN,
', 1 Court,
. Daae ounty, rioi Ida.
<< Ircuil < ... 111 .-.
By: \\.\l w STOCKINCJ,
MURRAY ......OMAN l\T'
H Olymi.ta 1: il
Miami, Florida
3, 9-16-23-M
irney,
vs.
headline
5 on "Heavens and tainment at the Jewish Horne'for
tion and answer the Aged. 150 N.E. 53rd St.. on
Sunday. March 11, at 2:30 p.m.
(\i:y lecture.
Leo Alien Opens
\\v Ui'si Homo
opi ning of the new Miami
I H ne has been an-
Le 1 Allen, former
tor of the Jewish
H F 1 Ag< (i.
site at 333 S.W.
e caters 1
ents, with spe-
i elderly and
ins. Diets will
I bserved.
Allen, all rooms
ith connecting
LEGAL NOTICE
... NOJ1" BV PUBLICATION
IN TDK ClItri'IT COURT lib THE
ELEVENTH .11 IT.i.M. ,-||: Mr
;: .'':,'vl!ll'v 1X AN" >R dade
' "'.> I 1 IN CHANCERY, No.
l-':'!*lrKln,s,:- Plaintiff, vs.
I- iM 'MI.na TKlH INK, al) known
as FU.OMENA MONTARUL1, De-
fend) nl
, SUIT P iR DIVORCE
I": MLOMENA TEDONE, also
known at 1L1 iMENA
MONTARUL-i,
1 liovannl latta N-
It U' II :
I!, i.i. Italia
You, FILOMENA TEDONE. also
MI.OMENA MONTARVLJ
lereby ii .1 that a B
I
,V .,.NPTICE Bv PUBLICATION
, ,','' ''":,'l'n" court Of THE
.l.l.\ BNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN .VNIi FoR DADE COt'NTY
MLORIDA. in CHANCERY, No.
139290.
i.ii.i.iA.v i'.ai.iuxi. plaintiff
OTTO J08EPH li.w.MNl
I lefendant.
You, OTTOJ08EPH BAL.DINI, Cen-
tral Isnp State Hospital for ihe In-
sane. I...HK Island, New York, are
required to serve r" your
, AnBw, t0 tne BUI ..r Complaint for
l^''1'" "ii plaintiff's attorney, i
HAROLD SHAPIRO. 927 Lli.....in
!. Miami Beai h, Florida, and ffli
the orlg nil in the offl......f the Cl i k
lol this Court on or before April >;
ith. rwlse Judgment will be en-
you.
DATED Man h 7,
E, B LEATHEKMAN, Clerk.
' Courl Seal)
Bj R. II RICE, .'i:
I 28-30 DePUtV Clerk'
Physiotherapy ''"' !,i' rq
Upal : therapy tn at- Pare required I
as. wel, as 24-
< < I..-.. n --. _______! II II, I. 1.1 ... ,!-. ,......-
nursing service.
provided by li-
hall. radio,
B Mi l< vision.
as director of the
BU for the Aged for
ears. Prior to
' i for 15
I a
Id.
in
years in
the social
ILVach Lodge
To ee Film
< h Lodge
: iH meet Thursday, -
the Miami Beach
| ter Patio
iJight of the meeting will
1 pri sentation
ff's Attorney. BEN ESSKN
ESQ., S23 Seyl .Id Bids., Miami, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in tl.....fflce ol the Clerk
of the Cln t i 'ourl on or befo
day Of April, 1851. If you fall to do
*>. judgment by default will be taken
.iK-ilnst you for Hi- relief demanded
in the Bill ..I Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7 day <>r March. A.P.
1901.
B. I'. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Clrruit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \v.\l \v
B'nai
March
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT C( >URT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT
-N AND poR HADE COUNTY,
RIDA. IN CHANCERY, No!
l.'iT'lli: PORSCH, Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES .1 DOHSCH, Defen lailt.
I" JAMES I. UORhCH
E .-i 165th Street
New Kirk, Ni York
'i are required to .- ve
1 i' the BUI of C .iii-
pl tint rot Divorce on u
attorney, I REDRIC R. Ri iSEN, 1521
r.ui American Bank Build
la, and to file ginaj answer
in the office of the Clerk of thi (
' cult Coui ......r befi r< daj of
April, a D. 1951, otherwls, the BUI
lor Complaint for Divorce filed
will taken as confessed,
Dated this 6th El B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ..f the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By W.M \v STOCKING,
3/9-16-23-30 DePUt Cl*"k
of
film.
BEN ESSEN, ESQ.,
823 Seybold Cldg..
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
i 9-H-23-S0
STi '('KINi;,
Deputy t'lrrk.
IN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HE ciftcriT COURT OB THE
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
>f Law Denied !,v T,"'; name'and'bt the au-
onda and Dana ffORS" Tlll: "ATE OP
Fonda and Dana
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TO SLEEP
~N$T TO FRET
Ir.vr notice how small
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This is to certify that, whereas,
Milt.,n A. Priedman. Miami. 1 la,
Nal l. \\ III an s, Ml tml. Fla.
i Catherine Arthur, Mian i. I
,ii,l on the 22nd day of May, A.D
1943, cause to I
ih- in ovii i Chapter, 10096, Law
of Plo : la, \ of 1925 HIGHLAND
I'EVKI.c iPEItS INi'..' a i
with prim pal place of b i
nl Miami, Dade County, In the State
of I 'i ",l. .i ! holders .if si >ri .::,.n 1st day f Mn h, A I i 1951 Ca
ill, ii in the office of tin S eretarj of
State of the Rtati of Florida, a < "on-
sen! -f ail thi stockholdi i under the
provisions of said Chapter 10096, Laws
of Florida, Acts of 1925, Showing the
(lissolutl......:' such corporation, nnd
the Seati tan of Si satisfli ,i
ihat the ri ents of law have
bean compiled with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hen into sel my hand and
have affixed the Great Si
thi' State of 1- lorlda, .it TaI a
hassee, the Capital, this the 1st
,l,iv of March, A.D, U51.
(SEAL)
R, A.'GRAY,
Secretar>' ut State
MURRAY ".' "'I'M VN. Atto
:mi Olympla Building
Miami, Florida,
in II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I THE
STATE OK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.IN CHANCERY
-No. 139328
ADELINE 8INDON1 STONE, Plain-
J;"'.!' .\''!AIXK Tn.NE, Defendant.
TO: VRAINE STONE
mk .s-uth 12nd Street
Philadelphia, Penna.
Von ara hereby notified* thai a Hill
of Complainl for Divorce has been
file.i agalnal you and you are i-i ilred
to serve a coi>y your Answer oi
Pleading t,, the Bill of Complaint on
Iff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN
H EINSTEIN & WEINSTEIN, 420 Lin-
' R d m ml Beach, Ploi Ida anfl
I the original Anxwi 0| Plea
the office of th. Ciei k [ the Clrcu l
Courl on or bi fore Api I rd IS
ir j ou fall to do so, J idgment b] di
fault win be taken against yo \
the rel I den ded In the UII! of
Complaint
Dated this 51 :.,- Ma
E < LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Cl
III Courl Si
By R. H RICE, .IR.. '
Deputj i
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE I IRC! IT H'RT I IF Tl I E
HTM JI'DICI M. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 139
HELEN GASSETT, I'lnlntiff, vs
.i a ME8 i' GASSETT, i feni
To: JAMES E. 11ASSETT
VUGUSTINE STREET
ROCHESTKR, N V.
Yi ii' an requli ed to* a copy
of your Ai..
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN TIN': CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
' 'r FLORHU, IN AND FOR DADE
H'NTY. IN I'll VNCERY, No,
139240.
WILLIE .in PILLSBURY. Plaintiff,
v KEITH LEROY PILLSBURY,
i.int.
TO: KEITH LEROY PILLSBURY
124 Weel Grand Av,
Highland Park I Mich gan
I ara hereby ordered and re-
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to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
oi which i herewith,
on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the
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April, 19S1, otherwise the
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Newsletter
Land Problems In Israel
I The urea! majority of newcom-
l^fhb settle, on the land now do
lrS mall-ivldcrs. Present Jew-
-rtssS p^nning f?resees io
I?jM agricultural famiUes la each
t3h vHlage with half as many
rt engaged in services with
P n. nu n population of 1.000
I" 0Pn' '"!!,' village would have
I ;, s p. elementary school
Ind .' ps for eyry~daX
r'J, I'ot every thousand
fern units ;. is intended to set up
[ -mall town containing a sec-
: ..creation center,
KS and storage facilities, and
. hops.
,1 land abandoned
,. Arabs now permit smaller
ELmunities to be brought up
KX to this standard. In the
orivate colonies this process,
[ran: the unwillmg-
t, of theii youth to stay on the
Ld without the amenities of
fodcrn civilization, utilizes ex-
*ss holding ceded to the settle-
li-ng authorities for the. intro-
duction of water, electricity and
Lchaniral equipment
I The social drawbacks of this
I tan, k, partly financed
L th(. G m al Zionists abroad,
rtcm from the fact that the ori-
iwneis tend to demand for
[heir land amounts which limit
heallol : most new fami-
|es severely; the labor which the
|1(jer f require on their
jxtra holding is only seasonal.
[n non collective agricultural
[immunities on public land, on
he other hand, inheritance diffi-
-'jlties are already arising as a
result of the rule that such set-
Jlers get no more than is re-
ared for the support of a single
I unify.
Due to a lack of manpower
I umbined with relatively high ef-
I iciency, large-scale mechanized
bin farming is becoming a Kib-
iutz specialty except for some
ilnshavim where members pool
I heir grain lands. At the same
I ime, vegetable growing is pass-
I pg more and more into the prov-
nce of smallholders' communi-
Immigrant M o s h a v i m are
lostly automatically affiliated
rifh the (mapi-controlled) Mo-
Biav movement, Their sponsors
land to withdraw Iheir scarce In-
structors after an unsatisfactory
m le :al representative*, and
he removal reperous fami-
lies prior to the passing of a new
1 poimanent constitution
re iccurrence.
Smallholders' settlements are
tlso founded under the auspices
1 parties right of Mapai, and
s -ure of principles of
bollectiviza m as developed by
'1.1- Gi U wish immigrants
' the continued to be
ivored by middle class new-
comers from Western Europe and
the Americas.
Settlers with a Western back-
ground are usually able to dis-
pense with the advice of the
not purely technical instructors
delegated by the various move-
ments through arrangements
with the Jewish Agency and to
ignore pressure on the part of the
factors dominant in different
areas. In backward communities
the very inability of the settlers
to understand what precisely is
wanted of them limits prosely-
tising efforts. Unfortunately, pre-
vious agricultural experience, as
among the Jews of Kurdistan,
tends to hamper their acceptance
of local methods, while Yemenites
are excessively dependent on
their local instructors.
The gradual transfer of immi-
grant communities from Jewish
Agency care to that of local and
regional councils is breaking up
the exclusivity of hitherto pure
Kubbutz areasa trend consid-
ered wholesome by city dwellers.
This is counteracted by the (Miz-
raehi) Minister of the Interior's
granting of regional status to the
conglomerates of settlements be-
longing to a single party or move-
ment. Feeling on this point runs
high everywhere and even indi-
vidualist settlements demand only
newcomers with a similar outlook.
All settlements have ideologi-
cal trouble with their children, the
general tendency being both to-
ward the left and away from tra-
ditional orthodoxy. Compulsory
military service for two years
tends to accentuate differences
between the generations.
Among the new villages now be-
ing founded are some of the
Lubavitch Hassidim, one of Kara-
ites from Egypt, others including
Italian converts to Judaism, and
one purely Baptist Moshav whose
members speak Hebrew.
liB\wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun
MIAMJ. FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1951
SEC. B
Metropolitan I'mf Of Appeal Swings Into Action v
1 ^"^ff .....Mil III I
)edication Rites For
*alm Beach Temple
Dedication ceremonies marking
Phe completion of the first two
puildings of the new Temple Is-
Nl m Palm Beach were held on
Jfriday, March 2. in the first Sab-
Ipath Eve services in the new
pmple, according to Rabbi Rich-
lard E. Singer. The dedication
weekend included a morning
service on Saturday and a dedica-
tion banquet on Saturday night.
'ne religious school held its first
iscssions in the new clasroom
I Building on Sunday.
.Dr. Joseph R. Nart, rabbi of
Iik? Israel in Miami Preached
l"ie dedication sermon on Friday
|evenmg.
imHaury Sirkl"i one of the charter
members of the original Temple
I >raei, ht the perpetual lamp dur-
ing the Sabbath Eve service. O. P.
I^uner, chairman of the building
lomrmttpi. presented the key to
n jmplf" t0 Norr"an J.-Mirsky.
Prudent The traditional Sab-
P-lh candles were lit by Mrs.
Igander Gordon, president of
,,:f&'sterhood of Temple Israel.
wuhe Uhlfelder, president of the
tinn tu delivered the invoca-
R,?: "ic service was read by
aobi Singer,
th a I members participating in
I enrf ,"'atlon services and week-
na dct.vitic-s under the direction
Vwi yn Alkissn- organist, were
Mir\ ^"'^'"y. soprano; Mimi
c ,nf Vu sPrano; Roberta Reusch,
IZla,,,;T Howard B. Sawyers,
ie"('r' L L. Cuthrell, bass.
fir ik M>ternod gave a reception
cono/ "uesls and members of the
^Eregation following-the serv-
School Children To
Aid Seal Sale Here
All students attending elemen-
tary and high schools in Dade
County will have the opportunity
to make their contribution for the
benefit of the Dade County So-
ciety for Crippled Children Tues-
day, March 13.
Mrs. Howard Carlson, a mem-
ber of the society's board is gen-
eral chairman of this phase of
this year's Easter Seal campaign.
Her assistants will be women from
various civic organizations who
are interested in the crippled
children's program in Dade
County.
Attractive coin containers will
be distributed to each home-room
teacher along with pamphlets and
general informational sheets for
students. The Dade County So-
ciety for Crippled Children works
each day with the Roosevelt
School for Exceptional Children,
which is a part of the Dade Coun-
ty school system. At present
over 150 crippled children are
being treated at the society's
clinic, and many more children
will be able to receive treatment
providing the necessary funds are
raised during the 1951 Easter Seal
campaign.
Students from the Ada Merritt
School also receive treatment,
braces, therapy and guidance. At
present some 24 children who
are unable to leave their homes
are receiving homebound craft
instruction from an instructor
employed bv the Dade County
Society for Crippled Children.
All donations received from the
school campaign will be ear-
marked for a futrherance of srev-
icc, equipment and treatment for
the children attending Roosevelt
and Ada Merritt Schools.
This year, the Easter Seal Cam-
paign opened Sunday. February
25 and will end on Sunday.
March 25. Easter Seals have just
been mailed to thousands of Dade
County citizens.
The American Junior Ken
Cross, under the direction of Miss
Conroy, is making 400 baskets to
be used during the sale of lilies
on Easter Lily tag day, Monday,
March 19.
Photos by Ardmore and AsHociatfd
The 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal was formally launched at a kickoff br.akfast Sunday at
the Flaatwood HoteL In the lop photograph part of the enthusiastic crowd of 400 which packed
th. HugnRoom of the hotel for the affair is shown. Immediately after the breakfast, the army of
Volunteer, begin ringing the doorbell, of every Jewish home in th. community for contribution, to
S f $1?470.570 In the right in..t i. Rabbi Charles E. Shulman of the Riverside Temple
Bronx. N Y.. who wa principal speaker at Sunday morning's meeting. In the next photograph
leader's in the Miami Beach area are shown mapping plan, for th. campaign. This meeting was
held at the Miami Beach Jewish Cenier. The business and professional division of the women s gift
unit honored A. M. Klein, editor of th. Montreal Jewish Chronicle, al a reception last Thursday night
a"he Miami Beach Jewish Center. Hostesses were (1. to r.) Dorothy Parker. Esther Grit.. Rosalyn
Klein Lillian Goodman, chairman of th. division. Marguerite Marx and Deana Abrashlan. In the
lower' photo workers in the Coral Gables ar.a receive instructions before beginning the house-to-
house canvass.
Beth El to Sponsor Purim Festival Sunday
... ,. __,_-:___u., Mnmi't A>w Ppnncr Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Maj. Gen. Baird Speaks
Maj. Gen. Henry J. Ba.rd
spoke on the importance of civil-
ian defense at the Louis D. Bran-
deis Aux. 199, Free Sons of Is-
rael, meeting on Thursday, March
8, at the Seacomber Hotel.
Yiddish selections by Morry s
! Musical Moods and Cantor Jacob
iTambor will be featured at the
annual Purim festival to be given
i by Congregation Beth El and its
! Sisterhood on Sunday, March 11.
[at 8:30.
Another highlight will be the
, presentation of an original play-
i let written and directed by Mrs.
Jacob Tambor. Participants will
be Albert Zisman and the Mes-
dames Sidney H. Palmer, Morris
Pepper, William Swimmer and
and Julia Dayon. Mrs. Edward
Schluslser is in charge of cos-
tumes.
Prizes will be awarded for the
best dance teams and the most
original costumes.
Hosts for the evening will be
Mr and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Rappaport, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Al Zisman,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz,
Phil Berkowitz Dave Singer and
the Mesdames Anna Sends, Ben
Rick, Adolph Greenberg, Sol
Potash and George Solinger.
Tickets may be obtained by
calling 9-3004.
52 Association President
Warns Against Imposter
Warning against an imposter
who has been soliciting tunds
in the name of the 52 Asso-
ciation was issued this week by
President Carl Gardner.
The organization does not
solicit nor does it employ so-
licitors of any kind, Gardner
said. Anyone approached for
donations to the 52 organiza-
tion is asked to contact local
police immediately.
Faye Emerson In Drama
Faye Emerson, noted Hollywood
and television actress, is starred
in "An American Comes Home,"
latest in the New Frontier series,
to be held Sunday, March 11, at
3:30 p.m. over radio station
WKAT.
The New Frontier series is pro-
duced by the Institute for Demo-
cratic Education and presented in
Greater Miami through the co-
operation of Tropical Lodge, B'nai
B'rith.
Boxerman To Be Guest
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center wil have as guest Abe
Boxerman on March 11, at 2:30
p.m. at the center.
Boxerman, who is the activities
director of the Jewish Centers
Association of Greater Miami, will
speak on "Jews and Other Na-
tional Groups in the United
States." '


FRIDAY, MARCH
9- 195?
Zionist Club Speaker Yeslow Unveiling
I? Author, Lecturer e dedication of* monument
_ I to the memory of the late Ben-
Solomon Bui'uch KoiiKuko. au- ,r ., -,,
thor. lecturer and traveler who M*" *oslow- *>rly "' J44
just returned from Israel, will be N-W. 36th St.. will take place
the guest speaker at the Miami Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Beach Zionist Luncheon Club on Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Wednesday. March 14. at 12:15 Shapiro officiating. Mr. Yeslow
p.m. at the Lincoln Manor, an- js survived bv his wife. Mollie: a
n tunced Harold Shapiro, chair- daughter. Donna; two brothers,
man and toastmaster. Morns and Herman: five sisters,
Komaiko's talk is titled "A including Sarah Alexander and
Glimpse into the Life of Israel." Ida Friedman, of Miami. Arrange-
The speaker, author of the book tnents are in charge of Palmer's
of short stories. "Here To Stay" Miami Monument Co. Friends and
and contributor to the Jewish relatives are asked to attend.
Daily News of New York. Jewish
Morning Journal. Chicago Senti-
nel and Jewish Record of St.
Louis, was born in Lithuania and
came to the United States in 1899
after attending Yeshivas in Vilno
and other centers of learning.
He served on the Chicago Plan
Commission and during World
Safer Unveiling
Dedication of a monument to
the memory of the late Louis Sa-
fer will take place Sunday at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 3 p. m.
Mr. Safer is survived bv his wife.
Mrs. Masha Safer; a daughter.
War II was active in USO and M's Ida Black; two sons. Charles
and Paul; a brother. Hyman: and
a sister. Mrs. Fradel Safer, of
Red Cross work. During his
recent visit to Israel, he was given
the honor by the Jewish National
Fund of planting a tree at the
grave of Theodor Herzl. the
"father" of political Zionism. He
also visited the grove of 1500
Associat.,i Photo
New officers of the Louis D. Brahdeis Auxiliary 199 of the Free Sons of Israel are pictured at ft
organization's donor luncheon recently held at the Roney Plaia Hotel. Seated (1. to r.) are Glad>
Platkin. second vice president; Arlene Rome, first vice president; Sadye Gordon, chaplain; Han '
Levine, president; Belle LeBost, financial secretary; Annette Jacobs, chairman of the Duchess "*!
the Day feature at the luncheon. Standing are Frances Goldberg, recording secretary; Libby Book
span, corresponding secretary; Fannie Spring, treasurer; Edna Finberg, organiser.
Jacksonville. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
Gelman Unveiling
|,,,.. |tfar ^**Li dian and any other talent suitable
for the show are being sought.
Anyone interested in appearing is
Talent For Show
The Teen-Age Youth Council
asked to contact Arita Brenner at
48-7296 or Don Matlin at 83-1700,
also VISltea tne grove Ot IDUU The nnvpilino ,if t mni,mont' ,...- r ,, "-'* ui ^" autuiM di oo-iiuu.
trees planted in Israel by the Chi- t0 th* memorv of the late Jacob : ,he Mlaml Jewlsh Community entertainment chairmen, or Miss
cago Zionist District in memory of I Gelman will take place Sunday at Center is scouting for talented
h:s_son. a lieutenant in the U.S. jjt. Nebo Cemetery at 2:30 p. m., teen-agers to participate in a
Ail! Force, who was killed in wi;n Rabb; Max Shapiro offici- "Bowery Night" floor show to be
V'%T}d ,r, -:-nS- Mrs. Gelman is survived held March 31. as a part of teen-
Charles H. Lee will report on bv ner daughter. Mrs. Teddv age division's contribution to the
latent Israeli news: Jacob C. Fish- Bramson and two sons. Charles current Combined Jewish Appeal
man will lead community singing. and Mu : ,.,- Mj ..,,, Fr;onds drive.
:';;,a\rLS'K5 ?enndd -d to at- Jr* aeIa11 kinds'girls
: S Kelemer. fo' a chorus line- an emcee ClMTie-
Sam Prostem nd Irving
atzman.
Tobie Jacobskind at the center
Last year the council presents
a cast of 75 teen-agers Tan
original musical corned v and
variety show proceeds of" whirh
went to Federation.
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Brotherhood in action was
e r.-::ated in Palm Bi
Id-famed Patio Restaurant
ijrently at the AH Faiths Com-
itti Benefit for Temple Israel.
.hen Ami ricans :' all
Palm Beach temple.
In an atm spnei ^> i witli
Seitement. the auction sale of a'
mond clip netted S53.000. Other
I oIS >old tutalled about S9.000 ;
"h a similar amount fi
tickets, it was reported.
Richard E. Singei
on pit Israel described the affair i
ai*the most gratifying expn
i < nunitj in my
i xpe::. nee." He paid trib
Chilli Fram is Coe. publish
:ic Palm Beach Post-Times, who
as master of cerei led the
rovd to unbelievable I
.eserosity."
Temple Israel, the R< I m Jew-
sh congregation of the Palm
Beaches, has just completed and
fully paid for the firs: two build-
ings of its planned project on the
shores cf Lake Worth. These are
tht social hall, which is to be used !
temporarily as the sanctuary, and I intormation is being sough: re
ten-classroom religious school garding the whereabouts of Lou-
DttHdmg. As a result of Sunday's is Botwinick and Irving K-antz
ffair. construction will soon be- '
-in on the last two elements
reeded to complete the proiect.
the temple and
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B'nai B'rith Youth
Slated For Honors
Janua] salute ta B'nai B'rith
nuth in Oreater Miami will be
liven by Sholem Lodge at its
Lnai B'rith Youth Night" on
Tuesdav. March 13, at 8:15 p.m.
. Rpth El Center, it is announced
president Sydney Aronovitz.
b Leaders in the field of .youth
tninine will participate in the
' ogram designated to demons-
F'ate the dynamics of citizenship
jL verted through the five-
foldB'nai B'rith Youth Oragniza-
tion program.
ReDiTsenting youth training at
Lh? college level, Dr. Donald
Sichebonf director, of the Hiltal
SSndation at the University of
Miami, will present several stu-
dents in oratory and dramtic skits.
Itfiss Selma Lewis, director of the
B'nai B'rith youth offices in Mi-
I ami serving more than 500 mem-
bers of AZA and BBG. the junior
order of B'nai B'rith, will direct
several of these youth in a
dramatic presentation demons-
trating the five-fold program of
I B'nai B'rith.
The Sholem Lodge Youth Com-
Imittee chairman, Theodore J.
ISakowitz, will describe activities
of adult B'nai B'rith youth ad-
I visors and will report on Sholem
Lodge's activities in youth train-
ing during 1950.
Formal election of lodge officers
I will be held at this meeting. Sev-
leral constitutional amendments
Iwill also be considered. The eve-
Ining's program is under the di-
Irection of David Stuzin, program
I chairman of the lodge.
[ SDT Alumnae Entertain
Alumnae of Sigma Delta Tau
ISorority entertained members of
[the Un of Miami Chapter
[at a luncheon meeting Saturday,
I March 3. at Burean's Restaurant,
according to Barbara Steig alum-
[nae league president.
League activities for the yeer
[were planned and arrangements
Iwere made for the organization
I of a Sigma Delta Tau patroness
fclub.
Sorority members representing
j the university were Maxine Fred.
[Barbara W.irtell and Carol Jane
Wolpert.
Young Cantor Will
Sing At Beth Jacob
Cantor Jacob Ederman. one
of the youngest cantors in the
United States, will chant services
on Friday. March 9, at 6 p. m. and
Saturday. March 10, at 8 a. m. at
the Beth Jacob synagogue.
Cantor Ederman, a recent ar-
rival to this country, was a for-
mer student of the Mirrer Yesh-
iva and is considered one of the
finest tenors who has arrived here
during the past decade. He has
also made radio appearances in
New Y k and New Jersey.
Rabbi Joseph E. RackovskT
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
FhoM 5-3S95
Labor, Management
Leaders Attack
Discrimination
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)"If
American industry would concern
itself only with greater efficiency,
racial and religious discrimination
would disappear overnight," ex-
plained a representative of man-
agement at a Waldorf Astoria
luncheon of the Business and
Professional Associates of the
American Jewish Congress this
week.
Russell Greenman, the repre-
sentative of management and per-
sonnel director of the General
Cable Corporation, joined with a
prominent labor official, Dr.
Mark Starr, national education
director of the International
Ladies Garment Workers Union,
in presenting their ideas in com-
batting and eliminating prejudice
and discrimination in American
industry.
Elaborating on his theme that
job discrimination leads to in-
efficiency, Greenman further de-
clared that this discrimination
was "expensive, wasteful and
stupid." This sweeping observa-
tion, Greenman said was based on
his many years of experience with
personnel in the hiring and firing
end of industry. The personnel
director cited many instances
from his own experience where
employers have wasted executive
ability by forcing it to scrub
floors and have ignored valuable
advice smiply because the ad,viser
happened to be a Jew or a
Negro, etc.
Dr. Mark Starr in his position
as official in a union which is
built on "the 57 varities" of the
human race, emphasized that not
only was job discrimination ex-
pensive and stupid "but it was
also unjust." Being once a worker
in the coal mines of South Wales,
Starr explained the far-reaching
effects of job discrimination be-
cause "a man's right to a job
determines his right to live."
Greenman placed little hope in
the effectiveness of legislation
to stop discrimination by citing
"Prohibition" as an example of
the impossibility of "changing
people's feelings." Less pessimistic
about legislative effectiveness was
Dr. Starr who nevertheless agreed
that education was the only way
of stopping irrational prejudice
at its source.
Play To Highlight Meet
A play, "Haym Solomon's Help-
ing Hand," will highlight the
next meeting of the Sisterhood of
the First Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables, to be held on Wed-
nesday, March 14, at 8 p. m. in
their temporary headquarters,
1618 Ponce de Leon Boulevard.
The group is formulating plans
for a Purim costume party slat-
ed for March 24 at the organiza-
tion's temporary headquarters.
Children by the dozens are flocking to Israel from the Eastern European and Moslem lands as
part of the tide of Jewish immigrants, young and old, who are fleeing from deadlines and persecu-
tion to safety and new lives. This year United Palestine Appeal agencies will contribute $7,700,000
toward the Youth Aliyah program geared to the maintenance, care and education of orphaned and
semi-orphaned youngsters coming to Israel. For children arriving with their families. UPA agencies,
which derive their funds through the nationwide United Jewish Appeal campaign, must provide
transportation, rehabilitation and resettlement costs as part of the over-all program which this year
is budgeted by the UPA at $174,000,000. Here, a group of immigrant children at a new work village in
the southwestern Emek. start out for kindergarten.___________________________,_____________.____,
Discussion Highlights
Beach Masada Meet
"Are You a Jew Are You
a Zionist?" was the topic of a
round-tablo discussion at the
meeting of MasadaMiami Beach
Young Zionist District on Thurs-
day evening, March 8.
Art Cohen and Bernice Dachs,
program and education co-chair-
men, led the discussion.
This Sunday the group will
assemble at Greynold's Park for
a picnic, according to Harriet
Smuckler and Dave Adler, social
committee co-chairmen. Games
and refreshments have been
planned, and each member will
be permitted to bring one non-
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* Jen 1st Meridian
FRIDAY, MARCH
9, 1951
Off fhe Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
THE COHENS'
? AND GIVE M5A CAN OF \
SALMON. A OAR Of SOUR
CREAM AND A POUND OF LOX.
HEARD ASD RECORDED .
Time and :'r. tuation
ted
of the difference? between Pre-
Djv;d Ben Gurion and Dr.
Abba Hiller Silver. A rapproche-
ment between them is said I
: than it seems Israel's
High Command is inclined to the
view that one or more of the
Arab countries will attempt an
onslaught on Israel in the event
that the precarious peace balance
is disrupted by an interns:, nal
conflict. In the event of war Is-
rael can place 200.000 armed com-
batants in the field of battle with- medical college as ag3inst 40 per-
out disrupting essential services cent a quarter of a century ago.
and high-priority industries. A These interesting nuggests are
recent survey, based on classifica- culled from "Character Assasma-
tion tests used by the U.S. Army. tion" by Jerome Davis, published
shows that Israel's fighting force bv Philosophical Librarv.
has an amazingly VAR/AT/O.NS OS A THEME .
V\ GOT A LITTLE DELAYED \
' AT THE HA0AS5AH MEETING
50 MY KUSBAND VNILL HAVE
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untries
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visit I Israel G
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Was it Hoskins' voice that spoke
| when McGnec recently declared
i in Cairo that he was convinced
1 "the Arab world is on our side?"
I The Arab record points the other
' way.
LETTER FROM EDITOR
After reading my recent piece
1 about the author of "Hatikvah."
the alert editor of the Jewish Ex-
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Gaiter, penned a comment on my
that Naftali Hertz
ri;ed in poverty and
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PAGE 5 B
f^mjhe Psychologist's Desk
I.Q. -- What Is It?
. : M. Blumenthal, c-
hologist in
.
-,. in Miami is ;l
and child problem!,
work, be slvei mar-
nrorK, i- Sivei mi -
and parent-child
,,, well aa psychological
vocational couniellnsr. A
psychologist for the past
: m...,..,ihil la a
\. "Bfumehthal is a
,' in clinical psychology of
. Board of Bkamfnera
;;;'r;V ::..!. Psychology. He wlj
|M
to discuss any questions
by reader* through this
3mW ""ring this series. Pleas*
,a ni eatlona to l>r. Seymour M.
jr.m':|.'i The Jewish Florldlnn.
Pl901 Box 27, Miami 18.-Editor's
Dear Dr. Blumenthal:
The other day my child came
home from school and informed
me thai lie and the other mem-
hers of his class had taken an
jq" test. Of course, I have
heard oj such tests. But would
vou core to discuss what they
are- what significance they may
have on the future of my child,
if any: etc., etc.
ANSWER:
In the limited space available,
attt nipt to give some basic
information on the above subject.
iU"M To lr'kKknt
Perey Percy Grainger will be present-
ed by the Univei Miami
h '1 of Music at the Miami
to g.\e group ,1 Auditorium on
March
It is cheaper
because (1) thi adminis-
tering the tests does not need in-
tensive training and (2) a large
number of children can be ex-
amined at one time. Group in-
telligence tests are useful in
weeding out those children, who
because of their test results, need
individual examinations to ascer-
tain their real abilities and what
may be expected of them. Group
tests are often an unreliable in-
dex of a child's ability to learn.
There may be factors which are
not too discernible, in a group
situation, which may be con-
tributing to an unreliable test
result. For instance, a child may
have been ill the day of the test,
or unusually tired. He may have
poor vision or poor hearing, or be
19 at 8:30 p.m.
linger will have under his
baton 200 instrumentalists of the
University of Miami Symphonv
Orchestra and Symphonic Band,
plus 350 voices of the University
Chorale, and choruses from Mi-
ami Edison and Miami Senior
High Schools.'
This festival with 550 musi-
cians will be opened by "Festival
Overture" for chorus and or-
orchestra by Cyril Scott, con-
ducted by Grainger. This will be
followed by "The Merry Wed-
ding" composed and conducted
by Grainger.
"The Power of Rome and the
Christian Heart" for band, or-
chestra, and organ is another of
To Present Play
"The Woman of Today." a play
in th. i
well-known Jewi
Mme. Fannie Rose, with a east
ht. on Sund ch 11.
al 8:30 p. in. at the Jewish Cul-
tural Center. 429 Lenox Avenue.
Miami Beui-h.
Sir Isaac Newton was a poor
student as a young boy.
Sheriff Kelly To Speak
Sheriff Thomas Kelly will
dress t;. of Shi I
l. |g B'nai B'rith, at their v.. i
lv luncheon meeting '
March 13, at 12:15 p. m. at I
Miamian Restaurant. Sheriff Kel-
ly will on thi pi iblem
law enforcement in Dade County
and will be introduced by lunch-
eon chairman. Col. Michael M.
Isenberg.
emotionally upset, or even just | Grainger's selections which he
will lead.
bored and not see any sense in
making an effort. Any one of
these will destroy the value of
the test results.
Individual intelligence tests can
only be administered and inter-
preted by a well trained and ex-
The I.Q. is a score or number perienced clinical psychologist. In
:ied from a child's the hands of others it is a dan-
a standardized in- serous tool which may create
IfUjgi which many people much harm. A competent clinical orchestra will accompany
,tely labelled "I.Q." psychologist is on the alert for Modeste Alloo, conducting.
The University of Miami Band
will play "The Finale" from the
Symphony in B Flat for band by
Paul Fauchet. Fred McCall will
conduct.
Granger has selected Tschai-
kowsky's ever popular "Concerto
in B Flat Minor" for his keyboard
offering -for the evening. The
with
require any use cunereni Kinas ot individual in-l The grand finale with every-
i language. These diligence tests to offset certain body performing will be Grain-
nce tests had been %***Z J\ language handicaps. ger's "The Marching Son of
,-en to thousands of e J.Q. obtained by a competent Democn
n. Thus there is clinical psychologist does not >
I ini irmation on muclJ on repeated examinations
which your child's- a a Vl'r>; e"d ir>dex of the
net can be com-1 child s mental ability.
I believe that too many parents
i two types of in-'and teachers put too much im-
Those which can | portance on the I.Q. unless it is
I to a group at one ; secured and interpreted by a
r;rnup intelligence clinical psychologist. The I.Q. has
which can be ad- little meaning unless it is related
to the particular child s personal-
The vocal directors who are
co-operating with the festival are
William Lee. University of Mi-
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High School: Betty Bonn. Miami
Senior High School.
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ministered nly to one individual
lime arc called individual ni-
telligt Each has a par-
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Inteligence tests are yardsticks
for well the school
child may be i x pec ted to master
-.. It can be used as
a guide to indicate whether the
child abilities for bene-
m high school, college.
or p: ,1 training in the
Who gives intelligence tests and
why?
G intelligence tests are
ministered by teachers
who have had some special train-
ing in these tests. Such tests are
lently during a child's
1 career to determine
-; to learn.
of these and other
sts given during the
! attendance, it is
I nnd out what are the
Is of the child and
{ow the school curriculum may
I to meet these needs.
ity picture. It is an estimate of
the child's capacity for academic
learning. Butit does not tell us
how the child will use his ability
or how productive he will become.
It does not tell us how he will
get along with people, or whether
he will be successful in business
or marriage or any other import-
ant life activity.
To the clinical psychologist the
I.Q. is only one of the facts that
may be useful in guiding the
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FRIDAY, MARCH
^Oliver Twist"* To he AeM5flUtt&^!L^2tt-?
Be Shown In V.S.
NEW YORK CITY (AJP) A
revised version of the con-
troversial J. Arthur Rank film
"Oliver Twist" won approval last
week for showings in the United
States after the film's distributors
complied with a ruling by the
Motion Picture Association of
America. Inc.. and eliminated a
number of scenes of the villain
Fagin. The film in its original
form had been objected to as al-
legedly "anti-Semitic."
A check by the American Jew-
ish Press of major Jewish organ-
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FURTHER AWAY, TOV
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from the center
points of both
pieces, and places
rHEM BACK TO BACK.
TOV HOLDS OP THE
MIRROR 18 INCHES
AWAY WITH THE
izations disclosed that no immed- S/^A^-LER PIECE
iate statement on the approval
of the film was available. How-
ere. there were indications that
at least one major Jewish organ-
ization would make some com-
ment or. the decision shortly
The approval of the MPA of a
revised version of the film and
its acting in granting a Production
Code of seal of approval cleared
the way for the exhibition of
'"Oliver Twist" in America's
major theatres. Prior to the
granting of an approval seal.
Eagle-Lion Classics. Inc.. dis-
".jrs for the picture were
without bookings for the f:i rain
the United States. The O'Donnei
chain of theatres in Texas had
arranged to exhibit the film last
month, but withdrew its commit-
unl
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nth ag fight in
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Metropolitan FJ
16 The
: will
D;i ::
Tribune, was made this week
upon two leading Jewish con-
gressmen in an editorial blast
against the Reconstruction Fi-
nance Corporation now under
probe :r. Washington.
Latesl victims of Col. "Bertie"
McCormick'j smear campaign.
which previ usly attempted to
link three other leading American
Jewsformer Secretary of the
..v Henry Morgenthau Jr..
Supreme Court Justice Felix
Frankfurter, and Senator Herbert
Lehman1< .. "secret U.S. gov-
ernment were Rep. Adolph
Chicago area, and
?.- : : ..-., Err.anuel Celler of
Jft V rk
Apj Inently or. the
the tit] "A
thi 7
Classes Forming For
Sunday School Teachers
f r p itential Sur
hers in Great-, r Mian i
i rmed, it is
by Louis Schartzman.
tor ;t the B...
: Jewish Education.
A special organizational meet-
ing will be held at the offices of
the bureau. 318 Congress Build-
ing, on Wednesday. March 14. at
8 p. m.
Schartzman particularly urges
confirmand; if the local" Jewish
IV rid the meeting and
ter for class* s to be held for
-tor this year and two
.. Upon com-
the course, students
Tribune Blasts Jewish Congressmen, Toretzky Unveiling
___ ., ._ ..*- 4-. ____, Dedication of a monument
Terms Rep. Sabath Old Seoundrel
CHICAGO .AJP A scathing charged that "few of the chislers Toretzk formerly of 2930 S.W
attack by the self-styled -World's in Washington can sit in the game |(Mh 4 _. ^ UoiA ..*,,
Greatest Newspaper." the Chicago with those two sages of the House
Rep. Sabath of Chicago and Rep.
Celler of New York."
The editorial attacked the two
Jewish congressmen for suggest-
ing certain projects for RFC aid
which the anti-Truman adminis-
tration paper referred to in inimit-
able Tribunese as "boondoggles."
"When this old scoundrel tries
to dig into the taxpayers' pockets,"
the Tribune said of Rep. Sabath,
"there is generally reason to sus-
pect that ne is hoping to hook a
few bucks for himself."
Turning to attack Congressman
Emanuel Celler of New York, a [
fighter for increased quotas for'
displaced persons to enter the
United States and a veteran sup-
porter of Israel, the Tribune as-
serted "why a congressman from
Brooklyn is urging the spending
of money in Florida also might
interest the investigators of in-
fluence brokers."
The Tribune concluded that
people aren't nuts. They
just think the taxpayers are."
a monument to
the memory of the late Abraham
forn
17th St., will be held Sunday,
March 11, at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery with Rabbi Murray
Grauer officiating. Mr. Toretzky
is survived by his wife, Sophie;
two sons, Jack and Mischa, of
New York; two daughters, Minna
Chekanow and Elaine Juara, both
of Miami. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
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monies.
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fresh vegetables an
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FRIDAY, MARCH 9,
Religious Directory...
Ratbi Exra Lifshitx.
ft

Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
i '
E. Tambor will
hunt the musical l-orlioii
tiva.ni the musical ;-< m
t-vrc Twih Conoreqation of morning -
" '- o ,m. o T n on the P
Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon
Bird Rabbi Ralph De Koven. | class
Rahfa I- K ran will officiate at p.m. followed h> Shalos shudoi
at SH5 p.m. Hebrew da l a.m. '" *" ''
. dallv from 4 p m. to 5:30 p.m. K. hool 3:30 to 6:30 1.411.;
*!n3tv fc'hool from 9:45 to 12 noon. I Pally B. 0 a.m. and Il.<
;- BiTim ID..1I.. ph.. V ihn.1 5 x.m .: Mini-ha.
Tune in
"Jewish Foram
Ola The Air-
Station: WFEC( 1220 on diB
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced B
I Claaa, Murtina B p.m.: Mincna,
daily o l'i ;
ana iwi >..... / Congregation Both Jacob (Ox
1801 So. Andrews Are., Fort ^o^ox), 301-311 Washington At*
.-J.Ia n^ Marine Tlinion. ... -___ _!_!-: %f_... #
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson.
rabbi.
Services Friday at r m. Dr. Hanson |
! will preach Hebrew sessions Saturday
'10 a-ra : religious school Sunday S-:43.
Downtown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David}. 135 N.W.
, 3rd Are. Rabbi Maxrin Zellrowits.
FVfdav evening service at 5:45 Sat-
urday at S:30 a m The rabbi will
ess: on the Portion of the Week.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Met-
cheloff. Cantor Louis Fader.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
'iuest Cantor Jacob Ederman will
conduct the services. Forum at V30.
Ilabbl Me-heloff will speak on "The
Future of YlddlsB In America." Cantor
I-eder will lead in communal sine:nit.
saturdav morning at :S0 the garvteea
will he conducted by Cantor Ederman.
Abraham Cohen, lay leader of the
National Council of Traditional Jew-
r^up^eti at 4:45* with M'incha jUh'^iiuVatf^'and executive member
H followed by Shalos Seudoth of National Misrachl1 organization, will
."'. :. Art!
Mayer Harold Turk of Miami Beach is shewn signing a pro-
rlarr.iticr. z.ez.=~.:-z Monday March :: as CRT Day. The signing
ceremony :cc:-: r:;-ce in -.he presence : Mrs. M- Bralow of Phila-
delphia ; r;:::r=: v::; president of Women ; American ORT.
ORT Organization fox Rehabilitation through T: = -.r.:ng is a
worldwidi ::::::- devoted to tha vocetionaJ training and eco-
nomic reconstruction :'. z-.='.:z::cz ir.: distressed -ews. It main-
tains = cetwork of 479 v;;;:::-^: training installations in 23
countries. Since World War :: alone IS0.0M dislocated Jews were
provided ik lie through CRT training schools. '.- signing the
dec ;:;:::r Mayor Turk joined with scores :: mayors across the
whe lied limilei :;:.;:a:::ns in tribute to the
WO:k the srganisation :s dz:r.g.
' tariv Deil] : at 7:30 a.m.
and i:tt Sunday morning service at

Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
50 N.W. 51st Place.
V lay through Friday services at
7:30 a.m. Saturday at 9 am. and Sun-
t I Mil ha at 5:80 p.m.
lally.
North Dade Jewish Center
Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
evening lervlcea at 8:13.
Saturday : 10.
AS LOW AS
4H
LOANS
!NRY E. WOLFF CO
Temple Beth El (Conservative).
S30 Fern St.. West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
services B p.m.:
g 9 a Hel
Mi Sun- 11
Northside nwiw **.
Congregation xoung Israel (Or- Douglas Gardens. 5028 N.W. 71h
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Ave.
Beach.
... p t 5:1! Satur- jby Cent r Bi n Groasb. rg. Da
iKh Thurs-
|| 1 hc-o! 10 to
Sunday I 1 .
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For the Finest Northern Fish
WUta F:sh PQn. Carp, Flounder. Smelts
FISH GROUND FREE WE DELIVER

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Exdoiv* T-strlrutcrs ci the Fcnnocs
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Distributors ci the
Finest Delicatessen Products
end Ccndimer.ts
KOSHER ZION
yif ......... i ............ w. ^ -i.i-------------. -
be KU-st siH-aker. His subj.-ct will be
!. I: itinc a Yountr Oenerstlon."
Mincha at 6:00 fol Sud08. Rabbi will speiik on the Por-
tion of the Week. Daily relleious
school Mnnil.iy throuEh Thursday.
1:10; Sunday 1' to 12 n
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26tb
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services at
M.I': '
. Choir \;i I
::. -
- rill he "On
:
-
11
of Bar! M
'
- ed '
-
Jewish Center.
II.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
I a.m. an
nigh I -:..- -. i ii
i.wwsi techs to -:-. on Weekl) P
'.--.. at 5:30 p.m : of th< Law. Talrmul class I
Saturday s a.m. All risldents "In that Mincha at S ; n
invited to attend. Rabbi H If. Kajc.tu ti
All You .trea
l ......
TTereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
^oGUST BROS RVf
si .
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 8:00
o'clock.
Temple xsraet (Reform), 137
NX. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.
Chosen People?
rabject of the sermon to
N t-'nlght at
i a a
and the
. -
' I viall
-
: of the
-
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Si
- .
tits Th.-
Temple Isaiah (Reform), Town
i: Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P.
Mann.
- I -"

sabbath
-
-
-
N
Coral Gabies Jewish Center
'Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve
Kessler. organist Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
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Terrp'e IsraeL The Temple on
the Lake." 1901 North Flagler
Dr-.ve. W. Palm Beach. Richard
E. Singer. Rabbi.
' -

Sunday school at 10 .t m.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), Biscayne Ele-
mentary School Cafetorium, 77th
St. and Dickens Ave. Philip Fried.
Spiritual Leader.
Friday evi-ninp ?..-r'. t 8:20 p.m.-
PhUtp Fried wtP coodocl the
services, tehttda Hellman will br
RUe.-i speaker. He is the f..1111.
at ih.- I'nited Nations Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency in Paris. The general
nlially Invited (.meg Bhab.
le.ii will follow the service*
>- >. rvlcea al
Junior Congregation at 11:15.
Congregation Beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
Friday evening services at I "
' ::-:.:- I the rabbi
will preach on the !' of the
kt 4 p.m. I
. ,: \ 1-.
followen by SI -.
services. Dal
...~~ .:. v shna. mInoha at

i*a and
' Thurs-
-
Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.

1" ;
on The world New* In Ai
with the P th Week N
: Sell to
-
..- .
ess on the
W...K Al I: p.m. a
-. .1 l.y
Mlncks i t 8:1
'. Hi w< .1 1 :-
'. hman.
/.-. ras will
w and Maarlv

I In Mia h'..i M.ncha
wed I
\i
- days :h. I
a m f- llowed by
Ml and dltural | .
brew throhgh
'
ill to
ily in th.
.
:.. He
and a f\ill
"gtll plus
: be held -in
ti Hall.
Jewish Community Center
(Conservative). 2020 Polk St..
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig;
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.




Mill I I-ite
Suest >
In New J.
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Cong. Rabbi Chanina a
Tradyon Nusach Arie and TaV
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tim
Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Am
Sei vices dally l m
Mincha 4 p.m., Maai j
ever.ing servlcei at
Temple Betn Snoiom tUbaf
4144 Chase Ave. Miami Bel
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cat
Samuel Kelemer.
Friday ever. -s
1 Rabbi Kronish will j
of the Exodus.' j
ijubil, -ii Ki(*l
I Yisr.iel (
at 10:45. Bar MiU 1
Kogan. Jr.. son Mr art I
\ ii.imI- r Kof 1
I a.m. Hebrew achi J
Adult H. 1
nesday T:" p.m. J
Eitx Chaim Cong. (OrlhM
Tides Hotel, Miami Beach.
H. Horowitz. I
Servli se p.i '' j
ea at J
Cong. Monticello Part 1
163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. M
D. Katx. .1
Friday evening I
I-ate Friday evei 1
I
I
, J
Miami Hebrew School
gregation (Orthodox), Ml
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon U
Cantor Berele Kelemer. I
Frld -1t ,;l
> I
I
I
I
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son Mr. 1
M : M Shalos 1
Daily sen 1"d.,J
Bar M.tzvah breakf. -' -;:' -J
Miami Beacn Jewish w-|
iry Center (ConservstirelJ
Washington Ave., Miami m
Rabbi Irving Lehrman- ^
Jacob Y. Goldrina. I
Leu Friday V"^'|
. Rabbi Leb I
Do Tou I
' mere I
I
and Mrs
' IA.W. I
I
I
1
-he #4t
Sdturday i i.,illiins J
' hall of th. 'v -mM
reHXoms scl '-^ ^
Thursday \^h ^-b.ej
'- ^ 918 *l
Hebrew Academy. S'B I
Miami Beach. and
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thert
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DAY, MARCH 9, 1951
Jew!st,fhridliar
ttanduPuting.
,vp David Meyer, trained and
rienced handwriting spccial-
f've vou a check-up. Send at
1 lines written with pen
nk-no ball pointin self-
pd stamped envelope with
Ss-no stampsto David
,,- The Jewish Flondian,
Box 2973. Miami Florida.
. following specimen was
itted by 34-year old Caroline
' jiBC-TV's only distaff
lucer A native of Portland,
on Miss Burke entered Bryn
1 ii, 1929 as an English major,
tour of Europe two years
prompted her to switch to
he taught the History of Art
College for a time and it
,as called by NBC to do a
, 0f television programs on
bellowed some stints in
ood and on Broadway, but,
j Burke puts it, she wearied
jug a "half-baked actress."
I admits that even chang-
. Tjame from Berg to Burke
jot help. She returned to
as a writer and -became in-
d in the production end of
ion. She wrote and super-
The Masterpieces" telecast
je Metropolitan Museum ofj
he did so well at her as-
nl that NBC called on her
duce a play of her own
for "The Masterpiece Play-
series. Miss Burke* chose
ello's "Six Characters in
of an Author" against
>riys advice. And despite
ion "f a flop,
o well
liss Burke bee ime estab-
\. xt on her
nt of F-6'\
len, cind
M ii dral."
OIIITIJAIIIES
mm DR. LEON JABOLSKY
5, of 7.7 W. Soth Bt.. a ?St here
issed away on March He was
resident physician al Seavlen ll.is/.i'i ,i
si,*,, fctand New v.i, HeTalea
LftS^JST;, H',., ^chard Matthew..
of New V..,k. Th<
wn
... Mew TgtUitjSXSSrZX
menl bj Qordon Cuneral Home.
., .REBECCA KARS
fit, of 4688 N. Miami Ave naaaod
way March .. She leave. .',.,' huV
band Many; a son, N.-il, f Miami; a
nrotnei' Harry Cabot, nt Newark N I
and a sister Mrs Hophle Hllver,",.i
South A in hoy N. j. Services wen
conducted at Qordon Pnneral Chapel,
-a <5J*ILUP KAPLAN
,0 of S20 KwUd Aye, paaeed away
on Marrh J. He leaves his wife \na
The remain* were sent to New York
for servicus and interment by li.-Hch
Memorial Chapel, 1830 Alton Boed.
DAVID MfALOMAN
64. passed away in a local hospital
March 3. The remain, were .nt lo
.yew. *.rk./or MrviceH and intornient
*y Uuk.1i Mnrmrlal Chape], 1850 Alton
. fioad.
St., passed
i a resident

LOUIS oavis
8, pasaad away in a local hospital
this week. He luivex his wife. Jennie
Tfce remains were sent to Chtr-agjo for
services aad Interment by ileach
Memorial Chapel, 1X50 Alton Itoad.
REUBEN FRIED
4.1. of 731 Michigan Ayr., passed
away this week in a local hospital
following a brief Illness He was a
resident for 15 years, coming here
from New York City. He was engaged
in the luggage business here and
leaves two brother*, Hyman and Sol,
both of Miami Beach. The remains
were sent to New York for service,
and interment by Beach Memorial
Chapel, 1850 Alt,.,, Road,
ISAAC SPIEVACK
(if (40 B.W. 15th Ave
- MARY- BROWN
N N 2nd
h I. She wa,
si,,\ ,1 ","" "" Hon., Edwa d,
Funeral'PhSSfi "'"" '" ''' '" Ordon
mTx':;.:;1-:1;;,;.:;;';'"''" followed m
o. ,^,yWAN GOLDSTEIN
, Of .),! s.W. I,it), Te
NFANT DAUGHTER
11KS BW^JS'i Th*re J. Gordon.
f"'1,?:* -,rd s'. Passed away March
-. Arrangements were In charge of
SEfL wHS! ,H"m,': '"'"men? took
Place In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
FANNIE QLA2ER0FF
, J" "** 8-w- JU> "t, paawd awav
tLJXSfSSn "" her
husband, Sam. her mother. Mrs. Lena
9! Morris and daughters. Mr. Anna
S?ii f ;So^th An,boy, and Mrs. S.
Heller, of Columbus, Ohio; also four
brothers and three sisters. Services
were heM ,n ciordon Funeral Chapel
with interment in Ml. Nebo Cemetery.
DR. MORRIS SOLOT
who came here three months ago from
Jew irk, passed away March 2.
.N.r\,ces were held at Miami Ileach
Riverside. Dr. Solot is survived bv
his wife, OUja.
BERNARD ABELSON
... of 927 s.W. tth St., passed away
ruesday following a brief Illness. He
was a resident here eight yean and
came from Brooklyn where he was a
,, paused away uniform cap maker. He leaves hi.
M,;"lh :i* h|a residence. He was wife, Vetta; son Benjamin ol Miami
;.>"';" "f "K :'"" 'eve. a da four daug.....Fs, Mr, 'isTeanor
Mi Marie Silverman of Miami, and der, Vfi Mary Xeff Mr. uiluVn
two so,,. Jullu. Bplevack ol VI >, SS f.gg, "J t.^, ; "'
;'.' A'v'" Splerack ... cm- Miami: two brother., of'Buffalo
naln. n......i and Joseph, of Brooklyn two
;v"":i"'"; ; i 'mS5
hj Beach Memorial Chapel, ISoO Sokolow. of Brooklyn. Mr. Abelaon wa.
A""" '"'"' Clrcli Kranch
' 19, v, am and of the Go
ALEX SENTER C lb, if the M
16, passed away BUddenl} In eni | :., Cordon
hospital. He wa. a winter visitor for r\iner, I i wuh Rabbi Max
the past Death occurred 8 ting. Ini ent follow, .1
March '.. Mr. Senter lenve. I Ml Slnal Cemet, y.
Betl two bn thei g, of New fork,
where th.' remalna were Rent for
servlct s and .:. i
Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
^
r
first struck
ut the
PHILIP SIEGEL
.1. of |3i SSamora Av, *ed away
on the L'Tth after a oriel II
Is survived by hi. wife, Amy. The
remain, were sent ," New Vork City
for s.i \ Ice. and Intet mi i I bj "Tl
Miami Riverside," W.
20th Ave.
DR. LOUIS J. WRONKER
ns Ave., d ed on F, b-
27. II. ua- i ret red N'ea y k
I ,| \\ nk, Ii nleci
Mi s. i :..! i, .. ii,. |. :,:.,,
Bi nt t., Me Y.a k foi net t Ii a an i
Rl versl
SAMUEL SILVERMAN
".'.. pass,-,i away Mai h 3 al the
Hollywood Beat h Hotel after B
Illness The remains were sent to
New York f'itv for services and in-
terment by The Miami Rlvt
MRS. IDA KRAMER
Royal Palm Avi uo wed iwai
and sh" leav,
Irving: one son Andreu; her fathei
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kap-
lan, of Miami Bea, h; and three
The remains were sent t*. Brooklyn
for services and Interment by Miami
Beach Rlv, t side,
HYMAN KUZNET
88. of i ii7 r.ih,minis Blvd Coral
OableS, passed away Match 3 He Is
J ire of W. Piagler .md 20th Ave.
\'x "'' rhis under-
with the
icliable
on ol : BtronB u7'ved bj his wife, Alda. The re-
ilitv -,,. i mains were sent to Elisabeth, N J .
"" ;" he indivi- for services and Interment by "The
land in.'-.- bility. Miss Miami Riverside," W. Piagler and
| ne of sue- 20th Ave
jP0.1'"1 ,nts.
FR 'h' vations in
JOSEPH KAPLAN
67, of 4215 s'.w. 7th Ave., passed
--""" "' away Match 4 He leave* his wife,
the slant of Lena; daughters, Mrs. Ann Green and
Mrs. Shirley Gordon, both of Miami.
antl another daughter, Mrs. Mary
Zack. of I>etroit. Services wet.....n-
ducted nt "The Miami Itlv.t side."
West Piagler a I Mth Ave,.with HabssV
Mottis Skon officiating. Interment fol-
lowed In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
'ting. The slant is to the
stead of the usual right.
gam we have the em-
personality and career.
jurke has instinctively
r herself the so-called
problem." She rebelled
the usual role assigned to
> our culture, that is,
of beinii a man's help-
n the ideal qualities of
f. softness, yieldingness,
m dependency. Miss
L eJrly self-sufficient,
am and as free from il-
,aa is possible for a
iff lJb0- She is amaz-
s disciplined. And,
:.i!
our conceptions of the
rjse, pleasure and luxury
g "'th the theatre. Miss
nas achiever] Spartan-like
pfMt and self-denial.
H th'; slant is left-
Png tV',''PS m0Ve t0-
ble in hJn-s '-"especially
burs a e Worda Really"
Aain we have the
HARRY SIEGEL
69, of ?..1T1 S.W. "1st St passed
nway March T,. He leaves his wife.
Hay. son. Sidney, of Miami: and
daughters. Mrs. Sam Sloan, of Cin-
cinnati, and Mrs. Jim Waldman. of
Los Angeles. The remains were sent
to Cincinnati for services and Inter-
ment by "The Miami Riverside," West
Flagler at 20th Ave.
HYMAN BONN
69. of 811 N.W. Wth St passed
away March S. The remains were Sen]
to New Vork City fnr services anil
Interment by "The Miami Riverside,
West Piagler and 2th Ave.
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PAGE 9 B
HENRY GOODMAN
I Brooklyn and Miami Beach,
beloved father of Bessie Kra towsk .
Abraham, Jacob and Dr. Mortis tiood-
IRVING SILVERSTEIN
...'. of 4581 Jefferson Ave., a winter
visitor from Atlantic Beach, U I.,
passed away March 2. He leavi
man, and beloved grandfather and wife, frances; two ighters, one
great-grandfather, passed awa> Tut brother and t.. sisters Th, r,
;'', ; "!! runeral services were were sen) to Par Rockaway foi
n.i.i in Brooklyn rhursdaj after,,...... ,,..| Iffterment by Miami Beach
:' the Rlversldi VI norlal Chapel. Riverside
Interment followed in Mt. Lebanon
etery, I ig Island.
MRS. ANNIE R. ELLIS
.'.". ui ..lb w. 42nd St., passed away
In a bea h hospital Februai \ 2i .-
formerly resided In Richmond, Va
where the remains were sent for
services and Interment by Miami
l:-aeh Riverside. Surviving are thfee
brothers.
MRS. MOLLIE COHEN
0, passed away on February ::v She
resided at "00 Ocean Drive and leaves
her husband, Nathan; three sons and
two daughters. The remains were sent
to New York for uervlces and Inter-
ment by Miami Beach Riverside.
MRS. EDITH ARONOFF
850 S.W. 5th St., pa.--.-d away
Monday. She was a resident her, I r
seven years coming from VVooater,
Mass. She leaves two sons, Leonal I
and Marvin, of Miami: four broth, -
sidn.-y Shapiro, Norfolk, v.,.. Jacob
and David, or Springfield, Masi
William, of Providence R I.: two
Slaters, Mrs. Jennie Hurwltch, of
Boston, and Mis. A. Wolfe, of Miami.
The remains were sent to Springfield
for services and Interment bv (jordon
Funeral Home.
LOUIS TFEFFER
66, of 16vi James Ave., a winter
visitor, passed away on March I. He
,m survived by his wife, Fanny; one
son, Nathaniel and a daughter. Mm.
Irving Hyman, of New York City. He
was the owner of the Salta Knitting
Mills The ten.am- were sent to New
York for services and interment by
Mlnmi Beach Rlrerslde.
*RS- ESTHER HIRSCH
Rj. of 1010 Kuclid Ave., a former
resident of Brooklyn, passed away
March 2nd. She leaves seven sons.
The remains were sent to Brooklyn
for services and interment by Miami
Beach Riverside.
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her emotions play a secondary
J*lnation, forcefulness
*"jwal torefuSeM her emotions play a secondary
e The base line is s"oadv : role in her life- But her ve'y
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PAGE 10 B
+Je*ist*thr*l**r>
FRIDAY, MARCH 3.
195
3 Former News Peddlers Own, Publish
Largest, Most Influential Kansas Paper
iff
-' .
ny years and
-
: .
tin Jtate of Kansas
It was now 1
Kansas The B r -" .- .
. iav -

pa,
..- rothers could al
ie. ..
All Herald His J
. ppos r.c K.. r^.-x K..-.r. t -
-
.: ;.;. \ jad I pi >' "..... 5
'. six. out for a ;
fixed judge
sided.
yv .... the xTm was the St. Jos-
- a morning news-
is two and one-half
. iint- j adow both
I Sun lay news-
"'" papers. The opposition brought
when ;.. ..:
that city was The Wichita Beac n became
rr their baby when in 1923 Henry
" id
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
hut OP THE

Sainer Appointed
Camp Director 'Ve^'^^dS^SJ SMI
NEW YORK-The appointment ofFLORIDA JN AND^FOR DADE
of Herman L, Sainer as directoi gojjg"-
of -he Oiwin Camp?, the largest srlT Kll!. DIVORCE
.,,.: "camping.unit l8nx>RE KASS. -"^ft'S ltfSJS^K:
n the world, was announced tnis ^_ elJZABETH KABK, also ki pwn |6 William si
-ting of the board of ^ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ. ig**grt.Conn
the camps, by Dr. Ira r|| ka^ ^ krwn a\{'<: AK.^n.,.,.,.,; .^
: K-olan. board chairman. ELIZABETH KastinoWITZ "' fii.-.i again.t > Ji
Mbert r Schoolman, director Johni P WK? '" .;' it J
- since they were I L SgrrHKAM
led in 1919 under the spon- ., ,-. .
' the Central Jewish Dlv. i been Hied a
' v- v '.- ha> been you i '"'> "f
[nstituU I New YorK. na* oet.i ,,, .h__ ,.,
NOTICE BY PUBLirri7r
W THE CIRCflT ("VrtTS^
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL,1 ,' !
IN AND FOR da DP ''
FLORIDA. IN CIUn,..,:'^
D9, <-"i.\.m i.in j
MI 1.1 Ml KM. BORUCKI i -..
STANLEY BORICKi ,, "1'j v'.
KI,
Bill ..f Complaint for the Clerk of th
final -,..
e Cli ;
the tiff At-
torney CHERTKOF AND KAI.1SH.
Mm ml. Flor-
ii i file the original Anw< i m
p dil g In th- office of the Clerk
i ilt Court on or befoi the
' Api II, IW1. K ou (til i" 'I"
|| n .-i i by di I be taken
you f..' the rellel demanded
!:.;: r i'..iii',ilalnt.
This notice shall be p ibllahed on
week for four eonaecutlve weeki
in The Je -h Florldlan
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
i Ida. this i' das of March, AD.
F. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
lit i 'ourt, l Wde County, 1
(Cli ill Court Seal I
By C. R WILSON,
Deouty Clerk.
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
oiympla Building
Ulan I, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
. -30
before the 2Sth d*
r in default of which th bu
plaint will be
..14 ilIl^T \...... l""*
^i.-t.-i this Mth .1.:. ,r Pebra
(Circuit Courl
By WU W BTOCKCd
THEODORE J SAKOWIt,M* a
Attorney for Plaintiff,
t: SeyboM Building,
Miami. Florida.
I _-:-1 fl 2 J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK ciRrUIT COURT OF THE
.
El EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT estate of Max Bass. d< -I |
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE Dade County, Florid., to tin
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THK COUNTY JCIhjE'8 ,,,
IN AND FOR DADE
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In Re:' ESTATE OF
MAX BASS,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and A Permigj
ie Claims or Dem 11
Estate:
lou, and each of you, are bn
notified and reQUlred I
rlaims and demand- .
either of you, may h
. ..
V..U,
Max
Herman L. Sainer
COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. |W. P. Blanton, Counl idgeoffl
I .-- Co mty, and file the -..::. in !.. .-/$
MARY DISTEFANO. Plaintiff, vs. In the County 1
JOSEPH DISTEFANO Defendant. County, Florida, with.- u-ht oiM
, ____-;j*t tii ! elected executive vice president T"jo Eat iojrd StreeC publication hereol I daimi,
of the organization, which main- fcew York, New I 1. mands to contain th
ta;ns wven seDarate camo units You are required to -v. a copy of the i-iaimant ind .-
00 !-- ,p=! Part le-v < '' ""' "' "' Bill Of Cm-.and presented M al
n .. 600-acre tract at Port Jervis. >M far ,,iVi.,.,... ,,n piaintlfPa will he barred.
N. Y. He will relinquish active attorney, and I file the L>te February ::. ,
'arlen-nistra'ivp oDeration to Sainer answi '< th. i '
aam.nistra.i\e operauori 10 oauici ,........ A Admlnlatrati Uk .4
and will devote himself to the ._ ., R ,.< Max Baaa, \-
'development of new and im- the Bill of c.mpiaint for Divorce MORTON ROTHENBERo
proved programs of Jewish ed- herei ten filed herein, will b. U V$gJ?*
r, 0 ., nnr, u.u__- .i> confessed by you. --.-!-->
ucation for the 1.000 en.Id.en ,..pi M ,,,,, Florida, this the
are annuallv accommodated. 2 day "f March, 1951.
the reports-by board mem- ^.^LEATHERMAN .
oers. it was Drought out that the .,M> Florida.
Ceiwin Camps, launched in 1919 (Circuit Court -
as'a seif-supporting enterprise. B, WM. W gTKJCKrNO^
'now represent a capital value of milton a. Friedman.
Sl.000.000. with an anual operat- Att for Pfatatlff.
_- v. j^ i,. .^ tinn finn Building. Miami. Fla.
ing budget of close to S400.000. ..:.._.-,
j which includes development of
Jewish educational programs and
materials. During their 32 years
of operation, the camps have
maintained a fee level one-third
. that of private, commercial
camps, and have expended S146.-
900 in camping scholarships, in
addition to scholarships granted
by other organizations. These
! .vore revealed in reports
made by Dr. Jacob Feld. S
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION*
DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS
IN THE COUNTY -
IN AND FOR I
FIA>RIDA. IN PROBATE I
IN RE ESTATE OP
CARSON BRADFORD SR
Deceased.
Kotl< la hereby glv-n
filed our Final Retu:
the Estate of CARSi >N
NOTICE TO CREDITORS SB d- eased: that
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S' iMl'RT petition for dlatrlbuti n nd Sr
IN AND FOR dam: COUNTY, charge and that on
et.orida. IN PROBATE, No a aoon thereafter
*l ..... i -. .... years The Beacon covers ^1
Kai nd it takes
' : 150 a week to transport the
- Beac n fr presses to the
Evidence d ,
-. -.:. Denver Postthen a f... ,
-be- Wifl hti U f the paper
has gained
... T. ,. reputation in tne
and T r advertising
Levand
that you dont just
..... sell spac .: ; .. newspaper
ventures This pub- "vn- ^ the
.. : :. nts are j
sir-ess i I be the I wn's ^v
have made
I Jacobson and Mrs. Samuel I otate of VICTOR" MOREL."decekaed DAVID P. CATSMAS
" <" 'vr throughout hn,M ^irAkQ lr- BADE County. F Mtorney for K\.
H;.man. boa:d members. w r BLANTON Count^ J Lii ta Bo
' The new director of Cejwin of Dade C mty. and file the same In Miami Beach, Flo
theatre en- The r rh
heard, we will apr-: !'"'14
W. F. Blanton, County Juda* >
State of Fl -rida for
Final Return and f m 0t*l
2&51J.
lr. Re ESTATE OF
Vi.'TOR MOREL.
I .-i -.I-, .---------- -------------------
To All Creditors and All Per* I Hav- Dlatrfbutlon and for F "" ^"JL
ine i : Anai .-.nd Executors of th- w ; .'<*
Est BRADF RD, SR ised
h of you. are DATED the 22n i
; equlred I i l an IS51.
;> arhlch you, or
eltl f ) ou, may ha\ if Insi the
MARION PATRICK BRfH
CARS' IN Bit A DD -RD, JR
DAVID i' CAT8MAN
ll|
In 3 -2-*-\>i-23
it
Camps, who served for the past "" 'nty Courthouae In
three rtrativefield .\ notice under nennowj
NAME LAW
N( rTICE is HEREI 1 :UN'
,f the cla I the undersigned, desli m W
secretary if the National Jewish n i bllcation hereof Bald rlalmi
W- lfare B >ard for the midwest '
region, is chairman of the Jewish
-?????????????????????????????
FUND RAISING CHAIRMEN!
Sisterhoods. Hadsssah Chapters,
Council of Jewish Women Groups, and
other men's and women's organisations
ell ove: South F.orid= are r.dir.a an
unexampled eppor^^r-iry to raise a
major part oi their budgetary r.e*ds by
talcing new and renewal si^^criptioos
to The Jewish F.oridian.
\\v I'iii Liberal Cmmnissinns
You'll be amazed at how e-ai-r h is
to earn up to hundreds oi ri"ll easy way. No investment. Yocr aro-
inas are all your own.
Send this coupon today to LeaMce Be
Law School, and the
- ^ .- F .. -_.:.. ,_j NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
! fnC| APPLICATION FOR FINAL
'.'.idled IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE
at the reachers' Institute of the ,'-'"r>iTV' Floridaa m
1 in CHARLESEE0FINE
': Iv.
E la hereby given that I have
Attorney for Aim
4L1" Unooln Rad
Miami B-ai h. Fla
.D23
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT0V1
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE V 0gJ
' "' '..
fictui r
.-. ;;. ,..- .,v. _-., c.-j-.. county, norida, f..r ..; ; val
rr Sunday. nnaJ report and for final dla
.--..:. .; _' : : Mt Nebo a- Administrator of the estate of
^eoMtcry with Rabbi Morris A. '^'J^ .K ,K'n<-r d"'alrd-,a
;,.. i, ..____... i Tn:s j day of March. 19
: the ceremonies. mtLton a frie
''.:i Ha.per*. .- survived bv her milton a Friedman
-iibiJ N r.np riauah- Attorney for the Estate of
-e aaugh- chaxlea E Fine. Dae.
Stemberg; two 1"23 Sevbold Bldg., Miami.
c i Buddy HaiDert: J 9-i--so
1951.
EDMAN.
Haipert:
.A_-.-angemerrts
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i-r ..-. rhaigL :' .-.rmond's Ml- 'IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
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 deportment in our
organization.
Name of Organization...........................................................
Person Writing.........................................................................
Address ...................................................................................
City. State.................................................................................
~ '- ny. Friends
ir* asked to be
IN AND FIR DADE COUNTY.
FU'HJDA. IN PROBATE. No.
I.-, Re ESTATE OF
DORA BLl MENSON.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All "Persona Hav.
Ins Claims or Demands Against Said
Eetate:
J and each of you. are hereby
Mrs. Palmer Hostess
S.".*;. H Palmer was
srd of directors
m: Lad:e< Auxiliary nf no,.1,lf<1 and required to present any
.....e l0" me Aged at either of you. may have against the
n Tuesdav. A speci "
- U wed with d
n center.ng on a Purim Judge ..f Dade County, and file the relief demanded in n
ing to the Bill of L*"BfK<#
pUintifrs Attorney. JHW1 mi
RALISH. :-0< fSSP'tti oH
Miami. Florida and <*<$',$
Answer or rieadin* In: J.urij
, the Clerk of the I "T^,,. Ij
I I>-ra Blumenaon, dsoeaaed, before the 30 da> _>" nt by *
late of Weatcbaater County, New York, you fail to do to, lupg" vml w
IS- to the Hon W F Blanton. County will be taken again. ^ | I
3 :-9-l-:3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT.CO
l
FOB I*
I III!.' HV fc .JP|
ELEN'BNTH J1'Di' *V_Sl
8rMWP^i? &
MA^?N MANASSE
ERNA SALINGER MANAW
fendant. p,,-adi'E
SUIT FOR Pm'KO
TO: Erna Salinger Manasse
Jewish Refugee I enter,
11M Taft A%-enue
Manila. Philippine "nd!,h i
Tou are hereby.not.fiedt
of Complaint for rivoT*'"fequii
against you. and you are i ,
W-^ Tco& 1
' .uKRTk'*.

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTTCE LNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Itoi sage in
s Beauty Sak.n at S3 s
niif Kev
Florida, intends to reginter
name .h the '"lerk of the Cir-
,cult o^rt of lu.1. >-unty. "orida. llOJl Seyhold Bldg,. Miami, Fla.
'J :--l-ri BlDNER' 8ol Ow^e | Attorney for AncllUry Executor
in his office
thouao in
within eight calendar months from
t1!. date of the flral publu-atMin '
Said claims or demands to r.mtain the
lir.ss of the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid.
or same will be barred
I>ate February 2th. A D. 1951.
DAVID BLDMBNSON,
As Ancillary Executor of the I.ast
" II and Testament f IX'RA
BI.UMENSON
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
-:'
' Th.' "/ewlsh IV.p J|
>iNE AND ORDBRW^JJ
,ri,ta. this : day "f rr Jl
Office In the County I plaint h publi.t"
I>ade_fountv. Florida. This notu-e shall ^niecutl"
each week for rour <
In The
DON1
Florida, this --
>" E p r.EATHKKMAN.,3
Circuit Court. '-1* ^-ou J
(Circuit Court .--,.1' c. Ffl
MUml. PX'^pumtiff
i(inmv< for r'ao"
Attorneys for
j/I-l-l.-SJ


By, MARCH 9, 1951
2Jwis* fhridietn
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE 11 B
^TqF intention to m
F.'di .CATION FOR FINAL
MAKE
lURT, DADB
11894.
*PPLICDISCHARGE
LnnflTY JUDGE'S 1'iH'H
ESTATE "l' ._
0K KORKT IKY,
,
my
i i
lie
Jfttsi I will apply i" the Honor-
". V Blanton County Judge of
Aunty. Florida, for approval
CmFamI report and for final dls-
^ Executor of the Batata of
iroRETZK v. deceased.
jtnlday I February, 1931.
- HARRY KORETZKY.
by gTONE
Emo '" E
[Caggreai '
I>, H>>-
l-ii-a
NOTICE
N( rTICE
w j.........
el,, given that i have
.. ,, wrt and petition for
... Executor of the
... KORETZKY. de-
. .nd thai on the rd day of
NA^Pl^"'"*
the under.la!n\d"delfr|,nY. SJYP '":"
the circuit Court
Florida,
of
the
Dade
Clerk ,.f
County,
MAJORS CABIN c.Pii i
BBMCK AND SHAPIRO> U
120 Lincoln Road '
2/23 3/2-9-16
INC,
NOT'CE lt?PEK F|CTITIOUS
.. _t NAME LAW
. NOWCBIB HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring ,.,,.. ."',',
buln,M ,,,.,. tne f)< fc ngagc
MX'*"'' '-taurnt):,t Room 237
4-0 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Intend,
to register said name with the c|" k
Florida Urt f I,;"''- ''
LEGAL NOTICE
'N nu^'^.BV PUBLICATION
Brooklyn, Ww yrk
You are hereby ,.....n,.,i
r '. omplalnt for Diyorc.
igalnst you, and y
serve a copy of your
....nil t,> ii .....
on
that
has
Bill
been
re-
Vnswer
ounty,
nTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
01 NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,,,,10-Nicncil. -' i"K to engage In
Maunder the fictitious name of
v PRINTING SKRVICK at 28
' mh Str..... Miami, Florida,
to register said name with
Jerk of the circuit Court of Dade
v Florida.
*' DAVID MARKS
* FARER
fney for Applli ant
iBireaa Bid*
u-:3
kdi
BBR,CKAA^^A,^{;VU,'L',N(-
420 Lincoln Road.
2/23 3/2-9-16
' i
Beach
BWM. I'1'1"''.'.1" "'"' Miami
' no taken against you for the
demanded in the Sill of Com-
InOTICE BY PUBLICATION
hit: circuit court of the
F[ R-DICIAI. CIRCUIT IN AND
I |i\|)K COUNTY, FLORIDA.
KHASCERV, No 139049
HE OREENSTEIX, I'luintlff, vs.
[THAN OREKNSTEIN,
nndant.
INATHAN 0REBX8TEIN,
v
uNX. N V
|r .,', requl 'ei ve a copy
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if the Clr-
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and Add)
i
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Florida,
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Florida.
FEIOE,
puty Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATinw
IN THE CIHtTlT n.r" ,? TIIF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRC PIT
g^A.!?n,DcH%clS:
Defendant.
~ ,stJIT FOR DIVORCE
TO,:, SEBASTIAN CARDIM.6.
312 West 43rd Street
New York City. Now York
niiY ? c SF??BJ N , J n'', r'""!'l"lnt for divorce has
reZlrod ,''lK!"nS' you" an" ** "
lequlred to spiv.- a mpv of v,ur
Answer or Pleading to the fci 11
< omplalnt on the plaintiff's att
a
been
ITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BCE is HEREBY GIVEN that
I pied, der to engage in
:.- name of
penal dry at 33
Florida,
ipe with the
><> the C irt of Dade
Ida
HARRY KK-SMAN
of
irneys,
CUT; .ii?"""". *-' *pian. 650 Be]
bold Buildlmf, Miami, Florida, and file
he original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
;.ourL on.2T *> the 22nd day of
.March. 1951. If you fail to do' so
judgment by default will be taken
in*",.','""'.,';/" /'": th", ro"'-f deniande.l
In the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for ion,- consecutive weeks
m i he Jewish Florldlan
I'vN'E AND ORDERED at Miami,
I'WMa. thla 20th day of P< I
' E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. FEIOE,
KYER8, HEIMAN ft ","'"y Ctork
KAPLAN, ESQS
<::. Seybold Building;,
Miami. Florida
Attorn,.is for Plaintiff
2/23 .1/2-9-1.;
relief
Plaint.
aeh'lnUSJ'SS.'ftS? lM> PWtohed once
ci E,.'i ''KATHERMAN, Clerk
(c?^,ar,\^r'oun,y-Fior, By R H. RICE. JR.;
JOSEPH W. MALEK. LT'y C,erk-
350 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/23 3/2-9-16
IN
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
BCE IS HEREBY rjIVEN that
I i encase in
\ 'ndi r the flci ioua name of
''"' "ii 287, 420
. "and. \l .,,-h. intends
F'',"r M th the Clerk
lt.ircuit <:. :,,,),. county,
a^JORSCABlX 'lUII.L, INC
AND >H u |Ro,
uln Road,
P-9-W
RSKI T ''"n 1\(. I, o |,;' IAI- CIRCUIT
CtifNTY,
CHANCERY, No.
ffiff,*<"'PER, Plaintiff.
rjEONARB M WOLPBR, De-
Kfigf* V70LPER,
' aerve a copy
BUI of Com-
IROTHrviV, :"V. MOR-
20 Lincoln
HP1. I;'1"' Florida, and file
"ir,,., '"' "' "'" '< ,he C1"'
a i2-1 "; "" "r before
I tk. '" s''i'l Bill
""Mda : P,.binary, A.D.
C-S ':, vr'IKRMAN.
By
i:
P-M.;
H RICE,
l leputy
JR.,
Clerk.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jewish noridian so
Vo" legal noticofc
Ppreciaie your
0na9e and auaran-
WWto servlc. at
'fates. Phone 2-1 Ml
Jer service.
iv- JV,9TICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT t>F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
f8i,TT- ~ IN CHANCERY, No.
MA.R'AN QREENBERO, Plaintiff, vs.
MICHAEL OREENBERQ,
Defendant.
spit l">iu DIVORCE
TO: MICHAEL OREENBERQ
c/o Foote. Cone ft Balding,
i nterna t lona 1 < Corpora t ion
liienne. Switzerland
You, MICHAEL OREENBERQ, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
acainst you. and von are required to
serve a cojiy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, HEN ESSEN,
ESQ.. 821 Beybold Bids., Miami, nor-
Ida,' and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
23 day of March, 1951. If you fail to
do so, judgment by default will In-
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lw> published once
each week for four consecutive week8
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21 day of Feb.. A.D. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By YVM. \V. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
S23 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/23 3/2-9-16
mN. HrffiHJi -"JMCIAL CIRCUIT
.^VKH'-VIN AND FOR DADB
p's's'n ~ 1N CHANCERY, N.
LLOYD A. STRICKLAND, Plaintiff
T&uIte.AIJ&A5SREL ST,:"'K'"^"
Eure, North Carolina.
%oi tare required to iqrva a oooy
of your answer to u. BUI for Divorce
pn plaintiffs attorney, and to file
the original answer In the Office of
the < lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 19 das of March, 1951;
otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce, he:,.,,,for,, filed herein, will
oe taken as confessed by you
DATBD al Miami. Florida, th.s Ii
day ,,r February, 1951
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,, lerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal i
By WM. W, STOCKING,
EMANUEL LEVEN80NePUty to*
Attorney for plaintiff
ll"7 Biscayne Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
I 21 :: 2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
POR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 188701.
HELEN ELIZABETH RICKETTS,
Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM V.
RICKETTS, D,t.lid.ml '
r0'0wl.'-l'L\M Z. RICKETTS
Pine Street
MORRISTOWN. N. JER.
You ar,- required to serve a*cooy
I'Lo',""",- '"';"' '" "e BUI of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's
attorney and to file the original
answer In the office of the cSSt of
tne circuit < ourt on or I,.fore the
".day ol March. 1951; otherwise, the
f ri Jn i""i,'la"," r"'' D|vorce hereto-
,nr / m" '"'r,,i" wi" '' ':'k-
confessed bv vou.
aJ^AT,EL' uat "Mial,li. Florida, this 14
day of February. A.D. i:.r,i
E. !!. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
/oi Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W.
MURRAY GOODMAN
Plaintiffs Attorney
914 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
2/16-23 3/2-9
ST< iCKINO.
Deputy Clerk.
LEGAL NOTICE
r shall not be responsible f>>r debts
incurred by anyone other than myself,
LARRY TRIGUBRO.
2/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVFN that
the un,I,-i signed, 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 Countv. Florida
JAMES E. WIGGINS
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Applicant
412 C.ngress Bldg.
2/18-22 3/2-9
,., J?RDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
V1n3P. tX>R "A'>K COUNTY,
f,V9"">A. IN CHANCERY, No
JFiA,^, ROSEXPEI.D. Plaintiff, vs.
- ''*,*! F&^f^0' I>*'cndant.
TO: WILLIAM ROSENFELD
care of Marx
1246 West Columbia Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce
a copy of which is enclosed herewith!
on I laintiffs attorney, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk
' tne Circuit Court of Dade Countv
florida, on or before the 13th day of
*,arrh: ,'' otherwise the allegations
of said Bill will t,e taken aa confessed
by you.
DATED: February 12. 1951
E B. LEATHERMAN,
,,., '"lerk of the Cln nit Court,
(Circuit Curt Seal)
By WM. W. STl CKINQ,
SAMUEL J. RAND D6PUty C,erk'
Attorney for Plaintiff
lliiT i llympia Building
Miami V2. Florida
2/16-23 3/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctll -us name of
Ben Distributing Co. (Not in, at
Miami. DaoK County, Florida, intends
to register said name with the CI
of the circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
SAM HEN
Sol.- owner
MANUEL LUBEL
erk
County.
Attorney for Applicant
71". Pan Am.-liein Ban
2/16-23 3/2-9______
k Bldg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage* i'i
business under the fictitious name of
Little Hake Shop at 2127 Coral Way.
Miami, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACOB I, LI F SET
JOE POX
MYERS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN,
650 Seybold Bldg.
2/23 3/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Cabin Grill Restaurant at Room 287,
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAJOR8 CABIN QRILL, INC.
BERICK AND SHAPIRO.
420 Lincoln Road.
2/23 3/2-9-16
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDANo. 23942.
RE: ESTATE OF
DAVID ZAVON.
Deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given Hurt I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Executor
of the estate of David Zavon, de-
ceased: and that on the 16 day of
March, 1951. will apply to the Honor-
able W, F. Rlanton. County Judge of
Dade County. Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor of the Estate of
Dnvid Zavon. deceased
This 12 day of February", 1931.
ROBERT II ZAVON.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
1023 Seybold Building.
Attorney for Robert Zavon. Executor
2/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF;RF;BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name .d
Joy's Apparel at ISM Bunche Park
West Drive, Bunche Park. Florida,
Intend* to register said name wllh
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Plorlda.
HERMAN c.ANZ
I 2) I ^-!.-16
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be-
tween Jack Berke and Lou Fibenstein.
heretofore carrying on business its
Ready-Roast at 216 7th Street. Mi-
ami Beach, has been dissolved by
mutual consent and from the 5th
day of February, 1951, all debts due
to and owing by said firm will be
received by Ix>u Ebeiistein Who will
continue to carry on the said business
as the sole owner under the same
Style and Firm name.
Dated the 5th day of February, 1951.
JACK BERKE
I.OP EBENSTEIN
JOSEPH PAKDO. Attorney
9M Beybold Bldg.
2/16-23 2K-3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
198.524).
UNITED LOAN Corp.. formerly
known as NATIONAL FINANCE
CO.. a Florida corporation, Plaintiff,
vs. WILLIAM H. KENDALL, De-
fendant.
To WILLIAM H. KENDALL
(Addresa Pnknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BUI of Complaint for fore-
closure of mortgage encumbering one
1942 Buick Club Coupe, Motor No.
45486485. Serial No. 14362642. has been
filed against >ou, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the BUI of Complaint on plaintiff's
attorney. MARX FABEIt. 412 Con-
gress Building, Miami, Florida, 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 dav of February,
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
2/16-23 3/2-9
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Co URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
138622-P.
WILLIAM L. BALLOT et ux. et a I,
Plaintiff*, vs. WILLIAM CALSING,
et al, l lefendanl
To: WILLIAM CALSING, and if
married, his unknown wife, if living,
and if dead, all unknown heirs.
devisees, legatees, grantees, cedltors,
or other panics claiming by,
through, under or against said 1 -
1, nd.nil, who is not known to be
dead or alive; and all persons or
parties claiming by, through, under
igainsi the estates of matilda
CALSING and CAROL MCUL-
L< iP'III as heirs, devisees, K-gatees.
'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
County. Florida, to-wlt:
Lots Thirty-two and Thirty-three
(32 & 33) in Block Thirty-three (33)
Of Coral Gables, Crafts Section, ai
cording to the plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 10 at Page 40 of th
Public Records of Dade Countv.
Florida.
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint to Quiet Title and Amendment
thereto has been filed against you'
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or pleading to the
said Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs' attorneys. PA I,LOT. SILVER.
TATHAM, ABDO & MPI.LoY, 8M
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. A.D. 1951. If you fall
to do so, Judgment l.y default" will be
taken against you for the relief sought
in said Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we.-k for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 13th day of February,
A.D. I
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk, Circuit 'ourt
I Oil,- County. Florid i.
:: Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy C
2/16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fop. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 138703,
MINNIE I.OIIAK. Plaintiff, VI
William i.oiiak. Defendant.
TO: WILLIAM LoHAK
v HERMAN .v CANTER, ICSQS.
18 E. 41st St.,
New York. N. V.
YOU ed to aerve a copy
of your answ.r t., the BUI of i wi-
plalnt for 11 the Plaii
attorn,;.- and fi!.- the original answer
In the office of the clerk of the Cli -
cult conn on or before the II day
of March, A D. 1951. othei
Bill Of Complaint for Divol
fore fUed herein will be taken aj
confess.-d |,v you.
DATED at Miami. I'i- ml i. n tin*
14 dav of Feb., I
E, B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol Circuit
I (ade i 'ounty, l-'i -: ida.
(Circuit Court Se il I
By WM. w
MURRAY GOODMAN.
Plaintiffs Attorney
914 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida.
2/16-23 3/2-9
ST iCKINO.
Deputy Cleric
"***fcv.*oe^
^^^ PERSONAL I
ITTTTBBfc AND I
V i'M COMMERCIAL f
Mafl COVERAGE! I
PHONE 9-3836 f
It) N. C 2,-i ST. MIAMI **. r\-* J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE'COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 138702.
SHIRLEY L VEGHTE, Plaintiff, vs.
HKNI1V VKiiHTE, JR., Defendant.
Ti HENRY VEGHTE JR.
II Prospect Ave..
(iloversvllle. N. Y.
YoP are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
attorney and to file the original answer
In the office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 16 day of
March. A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce heretofore
filed herein will be taken as confessed
DATED at Miami. Florida, on this
il day of Feb., 1951.
I' 11. LEATHERMAN.
(ii rk of Circuit Court,
i i.eic i 'ounty, Plorlda,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the.undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL FWCTORS CO. jnot Inc.)
at c/o George J. Talianoff. 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
SIDNEY GRUBER
HAROLD MAHLER
GEORGE J. TALIANOPP, ESQ.
4:'n Lincoln Road
Miami Peach. Florida
: !;-:':; :; .-:>
MURRAY GooDMAN,
Plaintiff's Attorney
914 olympia Building
Miami. Florida.
2/16-23 3/2-9
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
188830.
UNITED LOAN CORP., formerly
known as NATIONAL FINANCE
CO., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff,
vs. ROBERT L. THOMSON, De-
fendant.
TO: ROBERT L. THOMSON
(Address Unknown)
YoP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for fore-
closure of mortgage encumbering one
1946 Hudson 4-Door Automobile. MofOT
No. 3163S10. has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on plaintiffs attorney,
MARX IWP.HR. Ill' Congress Build-
ing. Miami. Florida, and file the
original answer In the office of the
Clerk of the circuit i'ourt on or-
before the 19th day of March, 1951,
otherwise said Bill will '' ,al" '
Confessed t,V VOU.
Dated this 13th day of February,
1951.
v. B LEATHERMAN,
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
m Deputy Clerk.
2/16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FTjORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
255n3.
in Re: ESTATE of
HERBERT RANG EL.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of HF:RHF;RT RANGFIL. de-
ceased, late of I.o* Angeles Countv,
California, to the Hon. W. F". Blanton.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same in his office in the
County Courthouse In Dade Countv.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented aa 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 Rangel.
Deceased
SHELDON N. LELCHPK.
Attorney for
Anc. Administrator C.T.A.
: 2->
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Col RT oE THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF' F'LORIDA. IN AND F'oR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
138824,
JOSEPH MERMAN. Plaintiff, vs.
IDA LIFTMAN. Defendant
SPIT POR DIVORCE
TO: IDA I.IP.BMAN.
570 KOSCIOSKO STREET.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
YOU are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of vour Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, Milton A.
Friedman, 1021 Seybold Bldg, Miami,
Fla., and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of th,- Clerk
of the circuit Court on or before the
nth day of March, 1951. If you fail
to do SO, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
the BUI of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12 a.w ,,f February, a D.
1951.
e. r li:athi:rman, cierk.
Circuit Court. I>ade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal <
By M. C. PEIGE,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
10SI Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida
12/16-23 3/2-9


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hgrmeU Newsletter Land Problems In Israel I The urea! majority of newcoml^fhb settle, on the land now do lrS mall-ivldcrs. Present Jew-rtssS p^ nning f ? resees io £ I?JM agricultural famiUes la each t3h vHlage with half as many rt engaged in services with P n. nu n population of 1.000 I" 0P n '"!!,' village would have I ;, s p. elementary school Ind .' P S for e yr y ~ da X r'J, I'ot every thousand fern units ;. is intended to set up [ -mall town containing a sec: ..creation center, KS and storage facilities, and hops. ,1 land abandoned ,.„ Arabs now permit smaller ELmunities to be brought up KX to this standard. In the orivate colonies this process, [ran: the unwillmgt, of theii youth to stay on the Ld without the amenities of fodcrn civilization, utilizes ex*ss holding ceded to the settleli-ng authorities for the. introduction of water, electricity and Lchaniral equipment I The social drawbacks of this I tan, k, partly financed L t h(. G m al Zionists abroad, rtcm from the fact that the oriiwneis tend to demand for [heir land amounts which limit h ea llol : most new fami|es severely; the labor which the |1( j er f require on their jxtra holding is only seasonal. [n non collective agricultural [immunities on public land, on he other hand, inheritance diffi-'jlties are already arising as a result of the rule that such setJlers get no more than is reared for the support of a single I unify. Due to a lack of manpower I umbined with relatively high efI iciency, large-scale mechanized bin farming is becoming a Kibiutz specialty except for some ilnshavim where members pool I heir grain lands. At the same I ime, vegetable growing is passI pg more and more into the provnce of smallholders' communiImmigrant M o s h a v i m are lostly automatically affiliated rifh the (mapi-controlled) MoBiav movement, Their sponsors land to withdraw Iheir scarce Instructors after an unsatisfactory m le :al representative*, and %  he removal reperous families prior to the passing of a new 1 poimanent constitution re iccurrence. Smallholders' settlements are tlso founded under the auspices 1 parties right of Mapai, and s -ure of principles of bollectiviza m as developed by 1 1Gi U wish immigrants the continued to be ivored by middle class newcomers from Western Europe and the Americas. Settlers with a Western background are usually able to dispense with the advice of the not purely technical instructors delegated by the various movements through arrangements with the Jewish Agency and to ignore pressure on the part of the factors dominant in different areas. In backward communities the very inability of the settlers to understand what precisely is wanted of them limits proselytising efforts. Unfortunately, previous agricultural experience, as among the Jews of Kurdistan, tends to hamper their acceptance of local methods, while Yemenites are excessively dependent on their local instructors. The gradual transfer of immigrant communities from Jewish Agency care to that of local and regional councils is breaking up the exclusivity of hitherto pure Kubbutz areas—a trend considered wholesome by city dwellers. This is counteracted by the (Mizraehi) Minister of the Interior's granting of regional status to the conglomerates of settlements belonging to a single party or movement. Feeling on this point runs high everywhere and even individualist settlements demand only newcomers with a similar outlook. All settlements have ideological trouble with their children, the general tendency being both toward the left and away from traditional orthodoxy. Compulsory military service for two years tends to accentuate differences between the generations. Among the new villages now being founded are some of the Lubavitch Hassidim, one of Karaites from Egypt, others including Italian converts to Judaism, and one purely Baptist Moshav whose members speak Hebrew. liB\wiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun MIAMJ. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1951 SEC. B Metropolitan I'mf Of Appeal Swings Into Action v 1 %  ^ %  %  ^ff %  Mil %  III I )edication Rites For *alm Beach Temple Dedication ceremonies marking Phe completion of the first two puildings of the new Temple IsNl m Palm Beach were held on Jfriday, March 2. in the first SabIpath Eve services in the new pmple, according to Rabbi Richlard E. Singer. The dedication %  weekend included a morning %  service on Saturday and a dedication banquet on Saturday night. %  'ne religious school held its first iscssions in the new clasroom I Building on Sunday. .Dr. Joseph R. Nart, rabbi of IIK? Israel in Miami Preached l"ie dedication sermon on Friday |evenmg. im Ha u ry Sirkl "i one of the charter members of the original Temple I >raei, ht the perpetual lamp during the Sabbath Eve service. O. P. I^uner, chairman of the building lomrmttpi. presented the key to n %  j mplf t0 Norr "an J.-Mirsky. Prudent The traditional SabP-lh candles were lit by Mrs. Igander Gordon, president of ,,:f&'sterhood of Temple Israel. wuhe Uhlfelder, president of the tinn TU deliv ered the invocaR ,?: "ic service was read by aobi Singer, th A I member s participating in I enrf ,"' atlon services and weekna dct.vitic-s under the direction Vwi y n Alkiss norganist, were Mir\ ^"'^'"y. soprano; Mimi c ,nf V u s P ra no; Roberta Reusch, IZl a,,,; T Howard B. Sawyers, ie ( r L L. Cuthrell, bass. fir IK M>tern od gave a reception cono/ uesls and members of the ^Eregation following-the servSchool Children To Aid Seal Sale Here All students attending elementary and high schools in Dade County will have the opportunity to make their contribution for the benefit of the Dade County Society for Crippled Children Tuesday, March 13. Mrs. Howard Carlson, a member of the society's board is general chairman of this phase of this year's Easter Seal campaign. Her assistants will be women from various civic organizations who are interested in the crippled children's program in Dade County. Attractive coin containers will be distributed to each home-room teacher along with pamphlets and general informational sheets for students. The Dade County Society for Crippled Children works each day with the Roosevelt School for Exceptional Children, which is a part of the Dade County school system. At present over 150 crippled children are being treated at the society's clinic, and many more children will be able to receive treatment providing the necessary funds are raised during the 1951 Easter Seal campaign. Students from the Ada Merritt School also receive treatment, braces, therapy and guidance. At present some 24 children who are unable to leave their homes are receiving homebound craft instruction from an instructor employed bv the Dade County Society for Crippled Children. All donations received from the school campaign will be earmarked for a futrherance of srevicc, equipment and treatment for the children attending Roosevelt and Ada Merritt Schools. This year, the Easter Seal Campaign opened Sunday. February 25 and will end on Sunday. March 25. Easter Seals have just been mailed to thousands of Dade County citizens. The American Junior Ken Cross, under the direction of Miss Conroy, is making 400 baskets to be used during the sale of lilies on Easter Lily tag day, Monday, March 19. —Photos by Ardmore and AsHociatfd The 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal was formally launched at a kickoff br.akfast Sunday at the Flaatwood HoteL In the lop photograph part of the enthusiastic crowd of 400 which packed th. HugnRoom of the hotel for the affair is shown. Immediately after the breakfast, the army of Volunteer, begin ringing the doorbell, of every Jewish home in th. community for contribution, to S£ f„ $1?470.570 In the right in..t i. Rabbi Charles E. Shulman of the Riverside Temple Bronx. N Y.. who wa principal speaker at Sunday morning's meeting. In the next photograph leader's in the Miami Beach area are shown mapping plan, for th. campaign. This meeting was held at the Miami Beach Jewish Cenier. The business and professional division of the women s gift unit honored A. M. Klein, editor of th. Montreal Jewish Chronicle, al a reception last Thursday night a"he Miami Beach Jewish Center. Hostesses were (1. to r.) Dorothy Parker. Esther Grit.. Rosalyn Klein Lillian Goodman, chairman of th. division. Marguerite Marx and Deana Abrashlan. In the lower' photo workers in the Coral Gables ar.a receive instructions before beginning the house-tohouse canvass. Beth El to Sponsor Purim Festival Sunday ... %  .• ,. __,_-•: u ., Mnmi't A>w Ppnncr Mr. and Mrs. Alex Maj. Gen. Baird Speaks Maj. Gen. Henry J. Ba.rd spoke on the importance of civilian defense at the Louis D. Brandeis Aux. 199, Free Sons of Israel, meeting on Thursday, March 8, at the Seacomber Hotel. Yiddish selections by Morry s Musical Moods and Cantor Jacob iTambor will be featured at the annual Purim festival to be given i by Congregation Beth El and its Sisterhood on Sunday, March 11. [at 8:30. Another highlight will be the presentation of an original playi let written and directed by Mrs. Jacob Tambor. Participants will be Albert Zisman and the Mesdames Sidney H. Palmer, Morris Pepper, William Swimmer and and Julia Dayon. Mrs. Edward Schluslser is in charge of costumes. „ Prizes will be awarded for the best dance teams and the most original costumes. Hosts for the evening will be Mr and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rappaport, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Al Zisman, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz, Phil Berkowitz Dave Singer and the Mesdames Anna Sends, Ben Rick, Adolph Greenberg, Sol Potash and George Solinger. Tickets may be obtained by calling 9-3004. 52 Association President Warns Against Imposter Warning against an imposter who has been soliciting tunds in the name of the 52 Association was issued this week by President Carl Gardner. The organization does not solicit nor does it employ solicitors of any kind, Gardner said. Anyone approached for donations to the 52 organization is asked to contact local police immediately. Faye Emerson In Drama Faye Emerson, noted Hollywood and television actress, is starred in "An American Comes Home," latest in the New Frontier series, to be held Sunday, March 11, at 3:30 p.m. over radio station WKAT. The New Frontier series is produced by the Institute for Democratic Education and presented in Greater Miami through the cooperation of Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Boxerman To Be Guest Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center wil have as guest Abe Boxerman on March 11, at 2:30 p.m. at the center. Boxerman, who is the activities director of the Jewish Centers Association of Greater Miami, will speak on "Jews and Other National Groups in the United States."



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PAGE 4 B Jen 1st Meridian FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1951 Off fhe Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN THE COHENS' ? AND GIVE M5A CAN OF \ SALMON. A OAR Of SOUR CREAM AND A POUND OF LOX. HEARD ASD RECORDED Time and :'r. tuation ted of the difference? between PreDjv;d Ben Gurion and Dr. Abba Hiller Silver. A rapprochement between them is said I : than it seems Israel's High Command is inclined to the view that one or more of the Arab countries will attempt an onslaught on Israel in the event that the precarious peace balance is disrupted by an interns:, nal conflict. In the event of war Israel can place 200.000 armed combatants in the field of battle withmedical college as ag3inst 40 perout disrupting essential services cent a quarter of a century ago. and high-priority industries. A These interesting nuggests are recent survey, based on classificaculled from "Character Assasmation tests used by the U.S. Army. tion" by Jerome Davis, published shows that Israel's fighting force bv Philosophical Librarv. has an amazingly %  VAR/AT/O.NS OS A THEME V\ GOT A LITTLE DELAYED \ AT THE HA0AS5AH MEETING 50 MY KUSBAND VNILL HAVE T O EAT MILCHEX ANO LIKE IT/ / V LMGLADMY 5ADIL I5NT LIKE THAT KIND OF WOMAN SHE ALWAYS SERVE5MEA HOT MEAL O N A DAY LIKE THlSy CHEEV; IN1 ^ %  level Since Turkey and I have many common iri. idely predicted untries %  ..:• themsi % %  s int Ei stern bl The revisit I Israel G Lsoi B Easl A small midwestern Ji mmunity, I am told, recently went an exper:enee it will er The %  v.s "Chi •. a Ki %  %  %  %  East %  0 f 1 %  %  -. %  • %  %  %  %  •' thi : ". to his to 1 1 ril ttee enl %  i velopment. Hoskins' pro-Arab i and anti-Zionist orientations were ) quite felt during his past associa! tion with the State Department.. Was it Hoskins' voice that spoke | when McGnec recently declared i in Cairo that he was convinced 1 "the Arab world is on our side?" I The Arab record points the other way. LETTER FROM EDITOR After reading my recent piece 1 about the author of "Hatikvah." the alert editor of the Jewish Exponent of Philadelphia. David J. Gaiter, penned a comment on my that Naftali Hertz ri;ed in poverty and Mr. Gaiter: "I wonu know that for quite :.prior to his tz Imber was : Judge Mayer Ph : and sum he recived w< en in >n of i • n %  l< %  easonal le amount I iends itself to ith facts. In :.. : I h( • : New V lite] t was story of ] verty, • I rd Freides did not know whi thi .".king b %  5t%  nded an exfoi SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK • EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 NX. 2nd Aye. Ph. 9-3144 N V rk WASHING! S ECHOES... tion in 188: Unent of C %  -:; ad...... cent registrati • GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS •in v. M „,,, roof ft* !" "tatafactcry Work t>, Eipr t-ca Ven" *HONE ..W Nature of Health Institute A new approach to Medication based or. specialized blood and Laboratory tests. %  %  %  %  %  v %  -. = ~-':.;'"'': = -:-e 56-6=^ 9482 Harding Ave. Miarr;-' Beach R E V L I N HOTEL KOSHER ... DINING ROOM -..-:: Supervisor cf P.er. M Moteowitl Coffin, Ave. si I9Q, s ... M B ._ Ph 5 7SS3 Open To The Public H tv: "' DeLuxe Fro ^ f 7* %  --Count Dinnm *1 *' J R FAMOUS TOR GOOD FOOD "^ ""* Recommended by DUNCAN HINES 0en r-V l TT CUR N EW PATIO"•'" F • %  "MRS. MARli epevca Listen to the JEWISH VARIETY HOUR WMBM 800 on your Dial Every Sunday ire3 :c 4 Wednesday i Friday ;:c 1:30 to 2 WTTT 1490 M Erery Sunday froe Jacob Schachter WORMAJ1 P.. LYONS he was a defeated man or whether he became a defeated man because of his drinking. Whether it is the egg or the chicken that came first, is a purely academic question. In any event Imber belonged to that category of writers that seems unable to give to its best without alcoholic stimulants. Lyons To Speak Norman R. Lyons, radio commentator and attorney, will be guest speaker at the late Friday evening services of the West Miami Jewish Center. He will speak on "Zionism and American Jewry Today." Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz will officiate the service. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. t Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulrerfzed Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED •I li i; s ii 1.1; it IMPORTER OF PANAMA HATS AND SPORT CLOTHES South American Souvenirs and Jewelry 2201 Collins Avenue 215 Lincoln Road Phone 58-3579 Phone 5-4: -METROSmoked Fish Corp< WHOLESALE ONLY 1 SALMON • STURGEON WHITE FISH • KIPPERS • SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIA N&w Shi pin on i of Herrings and • %  rook Olives Dial r,-r,:ioo MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE



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FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 195 Casablanca To Be State B'nai B'rith Convention Site The Casablanca Hotel will bo o( iln annual convention : da Federation of B'nai and Women's Chap, i), held at Miami Beach :>!) and 30. it is anby E. Albert Pallot, gen%  iv. ii lit HI chairman and v j ce ;,;. idenl of the federation. Frank Kleinfeld, president. St. :. and Edward Culter. Tampa, are co-ordiplans for the convention with the local committee. Mrs. Albert Moss, president of ilu Women's B'nai B'rith Chapters in Florida, has designated fllJ-s, R iberl Baron, president of the Emma Lazarus Business and Professional Women's Chapter in the official liaison ntative to the men's convention committee. ral hundred delegates from | all corners of the state are exI tn attend the annual proI ceedingi at the Casablanca Hotel, j A.. recent convention com-, mittee meeting, E. Albert Pallot; appointed the following chair,i ntion co-chairmen, .1 id Turk. Paul Seiderman. Si Aronovitz and Judge budget and finance \!aj T Harold Turk; ms and program ng, Milton A. Friedman: vations, Godfrey K. %  aker'a committee. [, Silver; reception. ; alitj and transportation. G J Bertman and Marx .-. signs and banners, I Lt i Steinman; registration, Jack Gold: banquet and dance, Paul program book. Frank j and public relations. Cha les R. Jacobson; cockI tail party and water show. Sidney : Aronovitz; michrophones and public address system, Sam Ki ssler, *Jewisti Fk>ridiain PAGE 9 A Hollywood Cottier Conducts hirst Intorfaith lusiiimi| n Rroward A ^tTellZ P t7LVcilTT S e met ,' POlitaR -i Naders, area: Milton Sirkm Zu l v < a rn,an f the Flagler-Granada Memorial Rites For Gross Slated U-F Students To Work With Local Association University ol Florida at Gainesville, through its school of social • three of its stuplacement with the Association of Miami. lents, Robert CarII ol Miami, Alan Rhodcamp of %  nd Arthur Kalish n graduate students v. This is the first n the history of the school tits have been related work agency. In the such students have done placement with case work and public welfare services. Center PTA To Present Yiddish Film Saturday "Overture to Glory (The Vilna Balabassel}," a Yiddish film star!,;•'M ishe Ovsher and Helen y. will be presented for the second time on Saturday, March w. at 8:30 p.m. in the assembly fhii?,hp Religious School of M lM!1 Beach Jewish Center, jjnaer the auspices of the center J'^ets may be purchased at 'he center office. RemovafoF Offices remov/' r A ^ U annou ns the Su V of hia law offices to anu Be 4 ,!,, 420 %  "! %  Road, MiELITE CHOCOLATE and CANDIES PRODUCTS of ISRAEL Truly Delicioua! Now on Sale at Food Fair and c H's Markets Israelite Center will conduct, memorial services for its late honorary president. Harry B. Gross, who recently passed away. on Monday, March 12. at 8:15: p.m. at the center building, 3198 S.W. 25th Terr. Gross, who was inspresident of the center, held that post from September. 1947. until March. 1950. when he resigned because of poor health. During his administration, construction of the new center building was begun. The congregation will hold a short business meeting on Tuesday. March 13. at 8 p.m. Jewish folk dancing will follow. First interfaith institute ever; held in South Broward took place at the Hollywood Jewish Center recently. One "hundred and fifty women, representing eight churchi South Broward, gathered to par-| ticipate in an all-day institute on Judaism under the auspices of! the ladies auxiliary of the center Tin meeting opened with an invitation by Mrs. Jacob J. Honig and greetings from Mrs. Samuel Slater, president of the auxiliary. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. chairman of the day, outlined the program and discussed its purpose which the institute was called. He stated that the program was arranged with the conviction that 'understanding amongst people is based on information and the re! lease of old ideas with the acceptance of new ones. We are not gathered here to convert but to converse." Rabbi Joseph Narot of Temple Israel in Miami, discussed the -Basic Beliefs of Judaism" fol-' lowed by an open forum. Rabbi Honig displayed the Jewish cen monial objects and explain,. I them. Luncheon was served t i the guests during which "So: of Friendship" by Irving Caesar | were sung. Theafternoon session continued with Rabbi Morris Skop of Coral Gables Jewish Center who spoke on "Jewish Customs and Holidays." The program was concluded with a film entitled Neighbor Celebrates the Jewish Holidays." Purim Luncheon Slated Sisterhood of the Miami .Hebrew School ,,nd Congri gaiion wilLhold its annual Purim luncheon at the synagogue on Wednesday. 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PAGE 8 B *Jenistfkrkfi3tr FRIDAY, M AR CH 9, Religious Directory... Ratbi Exra Lifshitx. ft %  Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. %  i E. Tambor will %  hunt the musical l-orlioii tiva.ni the musical ;-< %  m t-vrc Twih Conoreqation of morning 'o ,M. o T n %  on the P Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon Bird Rabbi Ralph De Koven. | class Rahfa IK ran will officiate at p.m. followed h> Shalos shudoi at SH5 p.m. Hebrew da l a.m. '" *" '' dallv from 4 p m. to 5:30 p.m. K. hool 3:30 to 6:30 1.411.; *!n3tv fc'hool from 9:45 to 12 noon. I Pally B. 0 a.m. and Il.< ; *• BiTim !" ID..1I.. ph.. V ihn.1 5 x.m .: Mini-ha. Tune in "Jewish Foram Ola The AirStation: WFEC( 1220 on di B Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced B I Claaa, Murtina B p.m.: Mincna, daily o l'i ; ana IWI %  %  % %  > %  —/ %  Congregation Both Jacob (Ox 1801 So. Andrews Are., Fort ^o^ox), 301-311 Washington AT* .-J.IA n^ Marine Tlinion. ... -•___ _!_!-: %f_... # — Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood (Reform). Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. rabbi. Services Friday at r m. Dr. Hanson | will preach Hebrew sessions Saturday '10 a-ra : religious school Sunday S-:43. Downtown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David}. 135 N.W. 3rd Are. Rabbi Maxrin Zellrowits. FVfdav evening service at 5:45 Saturday at S:30 a m The rabbi will ess: on the Portion of the Week. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Metcheloff. Cantor Louis Fader. Friday evening services at 6:00. 'iuest Cantor Jacob Ederman will conduct the services. Forum at V30. Ilabbl Me-heloff will speak on "The Future of YlddlsB In America." Cantor I-eder will lead in communal sine:nit. saturdav morning at :S0 the garvteea will he conducted by Cantor Ederman. Abraham Cohen, lay leader of the National Council of Traditional Jewr^up^eti at 4:45* with M'incha jUh'^iiuVatf^'and executive member H followed by Shalos Seudoth of National Misrachl1 organization, will — ."'• %  :. Art! Mayer Harold Turk of Miami Beach is shewn signing a prorlarr.iticr. z.ez.=~.:-z Monday March :: as CRT Day. The signing ceremony :cc:-: r:;-ce in -.he presence : % %  Mrs. MBralow of Philadelphia ; r;:::r=: v::; president of Women ; American ORT. ORT Organization fox Rehabilitation through T: = -.r.:ng is a worldwidi ::::::devoted to tha vocetionaJ training and economic reconstruction :'. z-.='.:z::cz ir.: distressed -ews. It maintains = cetwork of 479 v;;;:::-^: training installations in 23 countries. Since World War :: alone IS0.0M dislocated Jews were provided ik lie through CRT training schools. '.signing the dec ;:;:::r Mayor Turk joined with scores :: mayors across the whe lied limilei :;:.;:a:::ns in tribute to the WO:k the srganisation :s dz:r.g. tariv Deil] -• : %  %  %  at 7:30 a.m. and i:tt Sunday morning service at • Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 N.W. 51st Place. 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Friday evening services at I ::-:.:I the rabbi will preach on the !' of the kt 4 p.m. I •. %  : \ 1-. followen by SI -. services. Dal ...~~ .:. v shna. M Inoha at %  i*a and ThursCongregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. %  • 1" ; • %  on The world New* In Ai with the P th Week N : %  Sell to %  ..%  • ess on the W...K Al I: %  • p.m. a -. .1 l.y Mlncks i t 8:1 • •• '. Hi w< .1 1 :%  %  '. %  hman. /.-. ras will • %  w and Maarlv • I In Mia h'..i M.ncha wed I %  • \i days :h. I • a m fllowed by Ml and • dltural | brew throhgh ill to ily in th. %  •:.. He • %  and a f\ill •• "gtll plus : be held -in ti Hall. Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Honig; Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Mill I I-ite Suest > In New J. • • -• i .,.1 N-w I I %  H Cong. Rabbi Chanina a Tradyon Nusach Arie and TaV both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tim Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Am Sei vices dally l m Mincha 4 p.m., Maai j ever.ing servlcei at Temple Betn Snoiom tUbaf 4144 Chase Ave. Miami Bel Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cat Samuel Kelemer. Friday ever. -s %  1 Rabbi Kronish will j of the Exodus.' j ijubil, • -ii Ki(*l I Yisr.iel ( at 10:45. Bar MiU 1 Kogan. Jr.. son Mr art I \ • II .IMIr Kof 1 I a.m. Hebrew achi J Adult H. 1 nesday T:" p.m. J Eitx Chaim Cong. (OrlhM Tides Hotel, Miami Beach. %  H. Horowitz. I Servli se p.i %  j ea at J Cong. Monticello Part 1 163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. M D. Katx. .1 Friday evening I I-ate Friday evei 1 I I J Miami Hebrew School %  gregation (Orthodox), Ml 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon U Cantor Berele Kelemer. I Frld • 1t ,;l > I I I I Ing I son %  • Mr. 1 M %  : is %  Hel Idstris.



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PAGE 12 B +Jewist>ncrkfc>r> a Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright. 1948. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) Hup P '-' %  %  sented ind plat! ... 1949 i maxim Nini ty• | that tig m : v it< and % %  %  :. ns Isi -:•:•%  SIS %  %  • Each partv ] % %  • %  • h iceol parv seats as man the tol ~ irvey re.•ious %  %  %  :... %  • rhe plati 51gl '-' %  %  itizen tivities ..-.-5ii pposi:. r. %  soldiers %  • %  ." : scldiei I • :• •..•..• s pub! *' %  • BE7TTEE.V COVERS Thi -----: Longing % % %  new ... Appe. ''novel A thu K estler. has nothing I .". ith Jews ... It COXMUSAL TRE>;: s The United Ji % %  •' %  %  %  '. %  8 h Edward M. M Josephs %  %  %  it thei : .' IKties 1 %  U J A 1( %  there will all : Is Thei j... v unity lea I : %  l in the i "M" of Mr. Wai "• %  • M" t %  mileage B S ind Dr. S I l %  -' • %  %  I tl % % %  • : %  %  '' %  : trv are n >w beat '• the %  f Israel getin unpi ted g top lion that the n< w pi %  '• %  e Funds and U.J A will i %  tainlv resent it because of his philosophising—the only remark he makes there about Jews—the contention that "the Jews make political capital out of their pogromed grandfathers" Whatever Mr think of himself as a Jew. his assertion will. I am sure, I lered by many Jews nlv on the Jewish n the memory of the 6.000.000 Jews who lost their lives in Nazi pogroms The statement is smart-alecky, like many others in his book He does not attempt to substantiate his statement ... He just throws it in to the reader as an apparently established truth which needs no explanation As a whole the book is by far not the best written by the same author ... It does not come up to his "Darkness at Noun" ... I FRIDAY, MARC H^ aims to show how jittery Eurow is today, but this is known to Z ery reader of any serious new" paper or magazine ... The aut^* gives an excellent picture ,f Communist agent abroad but ft picture of the American girl h falls in love with this Cummunk "diplomat, who is actu illy a in, i is far from representing the u-i i of the average American girl j., I ing in Pans. S85.000.00 this spite : of Israel: bonds to 1 ..•. ear Last : the U.J A., ig no competiti n it S89.000.000 of which Isived S61.000.00. c. 0 spent I •" the J int Disuti n .' mmittee on the Maland S2.000.000 on' tation of ints to Isi iel This year Israel w ill I the U.J.A raising SS5.000.000. • • 1SS1DE ISRAEL With Isi iel facing ...... • I tion think thai Center Ti Hoar Maeey Kronsbcrg ,v %  tl Futu %  %  Mace; %  ] ji:ng Fi n ruesSi r the 34 : : rum iiscu .Art • I Jew ish Lit ing have beer. :':'--. Adult Education Institute f the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A c*.:s:r.g party %  '•'. i'. be held at the conclusion of the f which was originally scheduled t i March :i. V IT'S A REAL FREEZER! A separate compartment with a separate door. Holds up to 70 pounds of frozen foods. Freezes fresh foods and leftovers! V IT'S A BIG REFRIGERATOR! A separate compartment with a separate door. Never needs defrosiingt And it's rt-lly bi£—15H square feet of shelf area! if IT'S GOT AiNico MAGNETIC DOORS! The new miracle doors that seal magnetically! No slamming, no latches, no noise! Lower door opens with the touch of a foot pedaL is .. %  %  • :" an American girl and a Soviet agent in Paris But Jewish readers will cerAmerica's first newspaper was established m 1704. WO It IIY About Your FOOD A Co** .p'.cte Catering Service Beautiful Hors D'oeuvres Made to Order Rental of CHINA • SILVERWARE LINENS Entertainment and all other details arranged for your formal and informal affairs PHONE 3-5463 NIGHTS, SUNDAYS 4 HOLIDAYS is im JACK <£ FILL CATERERS N.W ?'.h St. Oft Miami Av. DOOM AND IT'S GENERAL ELECTRIC! Yes—the famous G-E sealed-in refrigerating system assures you of years of dependable service and lowest operating cost. Plus the finest, worksaving features. Dft> through the use of NYLON TENTS The Cost is reduced more than \'i 5 YIAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY WOOD AND SUBTERRANEAN % PHONE S-1444 so fiotiOA-s lAicesr IXTUMINATING CCv 1200 CORAL WAY Hzniiute Cornea/tit Authorized Dealer GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS



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PAGE 10 B +Je*ist*thr*l**r> FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 195 3 Former News Peddlers Own, Publish Largest, Most Influential Kansas Paper iff -' • ny years and : tin Jtate of Kansas It was now 1 Kansas The B r -" %  % %  • %  .. iav %  pa, ..• %  %  • rothers could al ie .. %  All Herald His J %  ppos r.c K.. r^.-x K..-.r. t • %  : ;.;. \ jad I pi >' "• '• • 5 '. six. out for a ; fixed judge sided. yv .... the XTM was the St. Jos. a morning newsis two and one-half iintj • adow both %  I Sun lay news"'•" papers. The opposition brought when •;.. ..: that city was The Wichita Beac n became rr their baby when in 1923 Henry id LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION HUT OP THE Sainer Appointed Camp Director 'VE^'^^DS^SJ SMI NEW YORK-The appointment OF F LORIDA JN AND^FOR DADE of Herman L, Sainer as directoi gojjg"of -he Oiwin Camp?, the largest srlT Kll! DIVORCE .,,.: %  "camping .unit l8 nx>RE KASS. -" %  ^ft'S ltfSJS£^£K: •n the world, was announced tnis ^_ ELJZABETH KABK, also ki pwn |6 William si -ting of the board of ^ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ. ig**grt.Conn the camps, by Dr. Ira r|| KA ^ ^ kr „ wn a \ { '< : AK.^n.,.,.,., ; .^ : K-olan. board chairman. ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ •" %  %  fii.-.i again.t > Ji Mbert r Schoolman, director Johni P WK£? '" .;' %  it J since they were I L SgrrHKAM led in 1919 under the spon., ,-. •' the Central Jewish Dlv. I been Hied a % %  vv '.ha> been you i • •' '"'> f [nstituU I New YorK. na* oet.i ,,, h __ ,.,„ NOTICE BY PUBLirri7r W THE CIRCflT (" VRTTS^ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, 1 ,' IN AND FOR DA DP • ''• FLORIDA. IN CIUN,..,:'^ D9, <-"I.\.M i.i n j MI 1.1 Ml KM. BORUCKI i %  -..„ STANLEY BORICKi •,, "1'j v '. KI, Bill ..f Complaint for the Clerk of th %  final • •-,.. • •e Cli ; the tiff Attorney CHERTKOF AND KAI.1SH. MM ml. Florii i file the original Anw< i m p %  dil g In thoffice of the Clerk i ilt Court on or befoi •• the Api II, IW1. K %  ou (til i" 'I" || n .-i i by di I be taken • you f..' the rellel demanded !:.;: r i'..iii',ilalnt. This notice shall be p ibllahed on ••• % %  week for four eonaecutlve weeki in The Je -h Florldlan DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. i Ida. this i' das of March, AD. F. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk lit i 'ourt, l Wde County, 1 (Cli ill Court Seal I By C. R WILSON, Deouty Clerk. CHERTKOF AND KALISH %  • oiympla Building Ulan I, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff -30 before the 2Sth d* %  %  r in default of which th BU plaint will be • ..14 ilIl^T \ l ""* ^i.-t.-i this Mth .1. : r Pebra (Circuit Courl By WU W BTOCKCd THEODORE J SAKOWIT£ ,M a Attorney for Plaintiff, ••T: SeyboM Building, Miami. Florida. I _•-:-1 fl 2 J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK ciRrUIT COURT OF THE El EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT estate of Max Bass. d< • -I | OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE Dade County, Florid., to tin NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THK COUNTY JCIHJE'8 ,,, IN AND FOR DADE FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE In Re:' ESTATE OF MAX BASS, Deceased. To All Creditors and A Permigj • ie Claims or Dem 11 Estate: lou, and each of you, are bn notified and reQUlred I rlaims and demand.• either of you, may h .. V..U, Max Herman L. Sainer COUNTY —IN CHANCERY, No. |W. P. Blanton, Counl idgeoffl I %  Co mty, and file the -..::.• in !.. .-/$ MARY DISTEFANO. Plaintiff, vs. In the County 1 JOSEPH DISTEFANO Defendant. County, Florida, with.u-ht oiM -;j*t TII ! M far ,, iVi ,.,... ,, n „„. piaintlfPa will he barred. N. Y. He will relinquish active attorney, and I file the L>te February ::. 'arlen-nistra'ivp oDeration to Sainer answi • '•< th. i a am.ni s tra.i\e operauori 10 oauici A Admlnlatrati UK .4 and will devote himself to the ._ ., R „ ,.< Max Baaa, \'development of new and imthe Bill of c.mpiaint for Divorce MORTON ROTHENBERO proved programs of Jewish edherei ten filed herein, will b. U V$gJ?* r 0 ., nnr, u.u .i> confessed by you. --.•-!• %  --> ucation for the 1.000 en.Id.en ,.. p i M ,,,,, Florida, this the are annuallv accommodated. 2 day "f March, 1951. the reports-by board mem^.^LEATHERMAN oers. it was Drought out that the ., M> Florida. Ceiwin Camps, launched in 1919 (Circuit Court as'a seif-supporting enterprise. B, WM. W gTKJCKrNO^ 'now represent a capital value of MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. Sl.000.000. with an anual operatAtt for Pfatatlff. •_v. J^ „* „i„,.„ .^ tinn finn % %  Building. Miami. Fla. ing budget of close to S400.000. ..:.•._ % %  .-, j which includes development of Jewish educational programs and materials. During their 32 years of operation, the camps have maintained a fee level one-third that of private, commercial camps, and have expended S146.900 in camping scholarships, in addition to scholarships granted by other organizations. These .vore revealed in reports made by Dr. Jacob Feld. S NOTICE OF FILING PETITION* DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS IN THE COUNTY %  %  IN AND FOR I FIA>RIDA. — IN PROBATE I IN RE ESTATE OP CARSON BRADFORD SR Deceased. Kotl< •• la hereby glv-n filed our Final Retu: • the Estate of CARSi >N NOTICE TO CREDITORS SB deased: that IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S' iMl'RT petition for dlatrlbuti n %  nd Sr IN AND FOR DAM: COUNTY, charge and that on ET.ORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No a aoon thereafter *l ..... i -. .... years The Beacon covers ^ 1 Kai nd it takes : • 150 a week to transport the Beac n fr presses to the Evidence d -. -.:. Denver Post—then a „, f... -beWifl hti U f the paper has gained ... T ,. reputation in tne and T r advertising Levand that you dont just ..... %  sell spac .:• ; .. newspaper— ventures This pub%  • %  vn ^ the .. : :. nts are j ••sir-ess i I be the I wn's ^v have made I Jacobson and Mrs. Samuel I otate of VICTOR" MOREL."decekaed DAVID P. CATSMAS < vr throughout „,„„ hn ,M ^irAk Q lr BADE County. F Mtorney for K\. H;.man. boa:d members. w r BLANTON Count^ J Lii ta Bo "• The new director of Cejwin of Dade C mty. and file the same In Miami Beach, Flo theatre enThe r rh heard, we will apr-: %  '"' 14 W. F. Blanton, County Juda* > State of Fl -rida for Final Return and f • m 0t*l 2&51J. lr. Re ESTATE OF Vi.'TOR MOREL. I .-i -.I-, To All Creditors and All Per* I HavDlatrfbutlon and for F %  ^"JL ine i : %  Anai % %  • .-•.nd Executors of thw ; %  •.' %  <* Est •• BRADF RD, SR ised h of you. are DATED the 22n i • ; equlred I i l an IS51. %  ;> arhlch you, or eltl f ) ou, may ha\ • if Insi the MARION PATRICK BRfH CARS' IN Bit A DD -RD, JR DAVID i' CAT8MAN ll| In 3 -2-*-\>i-23 it Camps, who served for the past "" 'nty Courthouae In three rtrativefield .\ NOTICE UNDER nennowj NAME LAW N( rTICE is HEREI 1 :UN ,f the cla I the undersigned, desli —• M W secretary if the National Jewish n i bllcation hereof Bald rlalmi Wlfare B >ard for the midwest region, is chairman of the Jewish &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. Hadsssah Chapters, Council of Jewish Women Groups, and other men's and women's organisations ell ove: South F.orid= are £r.dir.a an unexampled eppor^^r-iry to raise a major part oi their budgetary r.e*ds by talcing new and renewal si^^criptioos to The Jewish F.oridian. \\v I'iii Liberal Cmmnissinns You'll be amazed at how e-ai-r h is to earn up to hundreds oi ri"ll i TV FLORIDA— a m 1 %  %  in CHARLES E E 0 FINE ': Iv. E la hereby given that I have Attorney for AIM 4L 1 Unooln Rad Miami B-ai h. Fla • •.•D23 NOTICE UNDER FICTIT0V1 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERE V 0gJ •' "' '.. fictui r •.-. ;;. ,..%  ., v _-., c.-j-.. county, norida, f..r ..; ; • val rr Sunday. nnaJ report and for final dla %  --..:. .; _' : : •. Mt Nebo a Administrator of the estate of ^eoMtcry with Rabbi Morris A. '^'J^ K K n -ra Blumenaon, dsoeaaed, before the 30 da> _>" %  nt by late of Weatcbaater County, New York, you fail to do to, lupg" vml w ISto the Hon W F Blanton. County will be taken again. %  ^ „| I 3 :-9-l-:3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT.CO l FOB I* I III!.' HV fc %  .•JP| ELEN'BNTH J1'Di' *V_Sl 8rMWP^i? &£ MA^?N MANASSE ERNA SALINGER MANAW fendant. P,,-ADI'E SUIT FOR Pm'KO TO: Erna Salinger Manasse Jewish Refugee I enter, 11M Taft A%-enue Manila. Philippine "£ nd!, h „ i Tou are hereby.not. fiedt of Complaint for ri vo T*'"fequii against you. and you are i !" W-^ Tco& 1 .•uKRTk'*. LEGAL NOTICE NOTTCE LNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Itoi sage in s Beauty Sak.n at S3 s niif Kev Florida, intends to reginter name %  .h the '"lerk of the Cir,cult ••o^rt of lu.1. ••>-unty. "orida. llOJl Seyhold Bldg,. Miami, Fla. •'J :--l-ri BlDNER 8ol Ow^e | Attorney for AncllUry Executor in his office thouao in within eight calendar months from t 1 !. date of the flral publu-atMin Said claims or demands to r.mtain the lir.ss of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid. or same will be barred I>ate February 2th. A D. 1951. DAVID BLDMBNSON, As Ancillary Executor of the I.ast II and Testament f IX'RA BI.UMENSON MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. -:• %  %  Th .' "/ewlsh IV. p „J| >iNE AND ORDBRW^JJ ,ri,ta. this : day f rr J l Office In the County I plaint h pu bli.t" I>ade_fountv. Florida. This notu-e shall ^niecutl" each week for rour < In The DON1 Florida, this ->" E p r.EATHKKMAN.,3 Circuit Court. '-1* ^ou J (Circuit Court .--,.1' c Ffl MUml. PX'^pumtiff i(i n mv< for r'ao" Attorneys for j/I-l-l.-SJ


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PAGE 10 A +Jewlsbnt>r**B*> •FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1951 Red Cross Leader Announces Captains Mrs. George Brumlik. chairman of the women's residential division in Miami Beach for the Red Cross fund drive, announced this week the section captains who will assist her in a campaign for quota of S25.00O. The section captains include: South Beach. Mrs. Ann Barokas: Middle Beach. Mrs. Sara L. Seltzer and Mrs. Rose Field: Nor* Beach. Mrs. Nolan M. Raby. Mrs. Frank Martin. Mrs. J. O'Brien. Mrs. Harry Polasky. Mrs. Jack Robinson. Mrs. Frank Katzentine, Mrs Arthur Wood, Mrs. Bert Kline, Mrs. F B Adae, Mrs. Harvev Robiliard, Mrs. Myers >n, Mrs in, Mrs. Lilly M. Klien, end Mrs. Stephen Koriidare: Su Mrs. R. W. Riefkoh!: Bal Harbour. Mrs. Dwight Broeman; Normandy Isle. Mrs. Murray Mattes: Sunset Islands 3 and 4. Mrs. Jim R Venetian Islands. Mrs Harold Kasewitz; Palm. Hibiscus and Star Islands. Mrs. Milton Friend. Mr.:. Brumlik > division has already received S8.003 towards its goal." but Mrs. Brumlik stressed an urgent need for additional unteers to assist the section captains. Those wishing to volunteer are asked to call the Miami Beach Red Cross headquarters at 5-5146. Henry Goodman Dies Henry Goodman. 91, of Brooklyn and Miami Beach, died Tuesday. March 6. in Brooklyn. He was the father of Dr. Morris Goodman, owner of Morris Brothers department stores. He is •survived bv his other children Bessi" Krakowsky. and Abraham 1 and Jacob Goodman, as well as grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held in Brooklvn Thursday at the Riverside Memorial Chapel. Interment followed in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. Long Island. Fred Jonas has been appointed membership chairman of Miami Beach Zionist District, according to en announcement by President Alex Van Straaten. His task will be to enroll new members and reenlisl former members. In accepting the honorary position. Jonas stated. "The Jews of America were instrumental in the birth of Israel, but this is no time to abandon the new-born child. The infant is only crawling: it needs more nourishment. Israel needs Farberman Bar Mitzvah Donald F Mr. and Mrs Leo Farberman. 535 N' W. 117th Street, became Bar Mitzvah at services at th North friends in every nation, especially Jewish Centei n Saturday the United Slates^ rning. Joseph Keller off 10 Yogurt Wins Public. %  nU M I Mi U [sacks n '.:• 5. L. F : • rman, ll.-.u li JWV To Hoar Shapiro Miami Beach Post 330 of the -:•. War Veterans will have Id Shapiro as guest speaker I at its next meeting on Tuesday. rch 13. at 8:30 p.m. at 1828 [ Alton Road. Miami Beach. His j topic will be "From Maj. Noah to I Col. Mickey Marcus." The program has been plam.ed by Commander Al Ossip. In addition !o the regular program. Dave | Matzkin and his father-in-law. 1 Frank Gordon, will pass out cigars I and refreshments in celebration of the birth of twins to Mr. and | Mrs. Matzkin. Young Author To Disease Book Les Tenney. organizer and president of American Prisoners of War and survivor of the ill— 'famed Bataan "Death March," will speak at the next meeting of the Young Adult League of the Coral Gables Jewish Center on Wed n e s d a y March 14. at 8 p.m. at the center. V A graduate of %  the University of f Miami, Tenney m 4 was a J a P anese prisoner of war Tenney for three and a half years. He managed to escape and helped to organize a band of guerillas. Later, however, he was recaptured. Tenney was only 40 miles away from Nagasaki when the atom bomb was dropped and has written of the explosion for several magazines. He will discuss a book on his experiences which will be published soon. Reuben Nordenberg is president of the Gables group. Luncheon Slated For Cardiac Home A musical program will be presented at the annual donor lumh" eon of Dade Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, at 12 noon, Wednesday, March 14 at the Casablanca Hotel. In conjunction with the luncheon, the annual journal will be given as a souvenir to each person attending. This journal has served as one of the major fundraising projects to maintain the home. Mrs. Julius Weiner is aoneral chairman of the event, assisted by Mrs. Charles Raab. Mis B. B. Wollf is program chairman and her co-chairman is Mrs. Daniel Sepler. Chairman of the journal is Miss Roslyn King, who has been assisted by Mrs. Max Hoffman and Mrs. Murray Marks. Mrs. William Glick is in charge of the hospitality commit' Ticket and table reservations will be handled by Mrs. Nathan Glass, Mrs. Harry Levin and Mrs. Leon Kaye. Mrs. Wolfie Cohen, president of Dade Chapter, will officiate. Primitive man believed that liver was the seat of life, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Scientific Approval V gurt, ired milk food, is r. \v being distributed by Breakstone. led as one of the five v. nart is an everyday sh :n Bulgaria, wh r< the people Review Koestler Book have n average life span longer .. T „ t ,„,.„„•• „ „„„. 'than that of anv other people:, in The Age of L :._ing, .; new c novel by Arthur Koestler. will be the world. Many live to 100. by Mrs I %  %  Weinstein Scientists have found that Buln Friday. March 9. ..: 1:15 p.m. g a retained their vigor pie Bel S m. %  S York :ally for the event. M ntor. conduct musaf .. • Mrs. Weinstein To P. •.' %  is :': m this project. and vitality and the character of youth to an extremely sah will advanced age and attribute this :••to their use of yogurt. n I -i ra '', 1 ... The friendlv baccili of vogurt :?. H Leshi is the cl .... ,, „ : any wastes or toxic .. fprn'pnt:il,nn -n tn** cvcTo,v, cion. : r tv liars Sisterhood To Give Musical Purim Play A musi %  :• I in : play %  n the systi scien• v. n •:".: iucid into %  these the put : :a. Nol licini .-. : ... .. ..-. t • %  %  ; ....... Sisterhood of Miami J n PTA -..%  3 Sisterh lent Mrs Ira C W I I • %  v. II present Tut.l a\ ;.:I] 27 • 15 ] :n the :.: Higl School au Mi Irving L be purchased at ngt n Ave. %  I I of 1 salad Iri ssii :.• and desYogurt is :'•...-. 1 • it :.S ".ed. -called "fairy rings." a gren le n ung-PLAZA THEATRE BISCAYNE ST. & COLLINS AVE. PH. 5-1993 DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING COMEDY Last Performance' Sundav IN PERSON MENASHA SKULNIK IRVING GROSSMAN DIANA GOLDBERG (Internationally Famous Yiddish-American Stage Star) In "THE BIG SHOT" a 3 act comedy Irving Pietrack and His Orchestra with an all-star Yiddish-American Cast ALL SEATS RESERVED EVES: 8:30 P.M. MATS: SAT. SUN. 2:30 P.M. 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rjuDAY. MARCH 9. 1951 +Jeist florid fan PAGE 5 B f^mj he Psychologist's Des k I.Q. -What Is It? %  : M. Blumenthal, chologist in -,. in Miami is ;l • and child problem!, work, be slvei marnrorK, iSivei mi and parent-child ,,, well aa psychological vocational couniellnsr. A psychologist for the past : m...,„..,ihil la a \. "Bfumehthal is a „,' in clinical psychology of .„ Board of Bkamfnera ;;;' r ;V ::..!. Psychology. He wlj |M to discuss any questions by reader* through this 3MW ""ring this series. Pleas* ,a ni eatlona to l>r. Seymour M. jr.m':|.'i The Jewish Florldlnn. P l9 01 Box 27, Miami 18.Editor's Dear Dr. Blumenthal: The other day my child came home from school and informed me thai lie and the other memhers of his class had taken an • %  JQ" test. Of course, I have heard oj such tests. But would v ou core to discuss what they arewhat significance they may have on the future of my child, if any: etc., etc. ANSWER: In the limited space available, attt nipt to give some basic information on the above subject. iU"M To lr' k K k nt Perey I ini irmation on mucl J on repeated examinations which your child'sa !" a Vl r >; e" d ir >dex of the net can be com1 child s mental ability. I believe that too many parents i two types of in-' a nd teachers put too much imThose which can | portance on the I.Q. unless it is I to a group at one ; secured and interpreted by a r;rnup intelligence clinical psychologist. The I.Q. has which can be adlittle meaning unless it is related to the particular child s personalThe vocal directors who are co-operating with the festival are William Lee. University of Miami: Frances Deen, Miami Edison High School: Betty Bonn. Miami Senior High School. THE NOODLES WITH THE HOME-M ADE FLAVOR! HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Pure EGG NOODLES Simply delicious! Serve with soup cheese as a side-dish. Fit in delightfully with meat or dairy menus — a wholesome, tempting treat any and every way! The taste tells you they're good! The name tells you they're Kosher! ministered nly to one individual lime arc called individual nitelligt Each has a particular place for the child being Inteligence tests are yardsticks for well the school child may be i x pec ted to master -.. It can be used as a guide to indicate whether the child abilities for benem high school, college. or p: ,1 training in the Who gives intelligence tests and why? G intelligence tests are ministered by teachers who have had some special training in these tests. Such tests are lently during a child's 1 career to determine ; to learn. of these and other %  sts given during the attendance, it is I nnd out what are the Is of the child and { %  ow the school curriculum may I to meet these needs. ity picture. It is an estimate of the child's capacity for academic learning. But—it does not tell us how the child will use his ability or how productive he will become. It does not tell us how he will get along with people, or whether he will be successful in business or marriage or any other important life activity. To the clinical psychologist the I.Q. is only one of the facts that may be useful in guiding the child and no more. 26th Anniversary 9A£AA€ CUSTOM TAILOR 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 Distributed by PALM mSTltlllt TOKS. INC. 14 N.E. 24th St.. Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 S ^Vftft-w HOTEL -—^*fl S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Art. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Prirale Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. cneo "C!D Telephone 5-9017 GRADE "A" PRODUCTS MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 SERVING GREATER The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ADVISES THE PUBLIC nMB ] To buy only in stores where the sign of the Greater Miami Vaad Halcashruth is displaye d; Anl to buy "only chickens with the ring of the G.M.V.H. = as this is the only jdentification^ Eich proves that the G.M.V.H. endorses the Shochet; That signs such „ Traditional Dinner^^^Mea" "Koher Style." "Jewish Style." or Sacramental Wine is Served." definitely do not assure kashruth. .pi,„„w?MSET In, rmati0n C nCernin9 K ShrUth Ca Ur DireC, r J ie ?ele E phone 5 V 3595 to^tKS?" H. Soon, Secy. S. LobeLTreo, 1. 2. INTEREST on Savings Compounded Twice a Year Your account insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. up to $10,000.00 INDUSTRIAL Leonard I. Abess, President 46 W. FLAGLER ST. OPP. COURT HOUSE MIAMI LARGEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE SOUTH mkWk^kwmkWkWkimmkMMMmmmmkWBkWkMkmmm



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jTUDAY, MARCH 9, 1951 Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ahrens of New York, who are quests at the Silver Palm Hotel Apartments, Miami Beach, recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at a reception Highlight of the affair was the presentation of a poem composed hv Mr. Ahrens on fifty years of married life. y Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jacobson, 1040 15th St., Miami Beach announce the bris of their son, Mark Howard, which took place on Thursday, March 1. Sandek was Meyer Rosen of Brooklyngodparents, Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacobson; and mohel. Rabbi Philip Fried. Mr. and Mrs. Max Apelbaum entertained guests at the Lincoln Arms at a cocktail party in honor of the birth of a qreat grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Stander of Huntington, L I. ^^ '^* ^K The bris of Philip Lawrence Sirota, son of Mr. and Mrs Louie Sirota, 749 N.W. 11th St., took place Monday. March 5 at the home of his parents. Meyer Nurenberg was sandek and Mr and Mrs. C. Appelbaum, godparents. Rabbi Philip Fried officated. Nat Hurewitz of Hollywood, Fla., is the houseguest of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hurewitz 76G N.W. 19th St. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen, 1330 15th St., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Wayne Alan, born February 27 at Mount Sinai Hospital. The bris was held on Tuesday, March 6 in the ritual room of the hospital. Sandek was Max Cypen the baby's paternal grandfather; godparents, the baby's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Cypen of Jacksonville. Mrs Cypen's sister, Mrs. Benjamin Schwartz of St. Petersburg, came here for the event. Also among guests were Miami Beach City Attorney Ben Shepard, Assistant City Attorney Albert Saperstein Samuel Gertner, director of Mount Sinai Hospital; Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Jewish Centers Association; Milton Sirkin president of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, and Mrs Sirkin The Cypens are also the parents of Stephen Hale and Bonnie Gave r Mrs. Julia Snyder, who is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone, 1845 S.W. 14th St was tendered a birthday party by her dauqhter on Wednesday, March 7. Guests included Mrs. Madelea, Mrs. Benjamin, Mrs H Klem Mrs. S. Tanenbaum, Mrs. H. Rosenberg and Mrs. ^JmristflcrkMan [Feins Exchange Vows The garden of the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Joseph Shulder. 4559 lion Road, Miami Beach, propped the setting for the marriage W their daughter, Barbara Joan, uglas Fein .>n February 18. Rabbi Jiving Lehrman read the double-ring service. For the ceremony the bride chose a ballerina-length gown of White satin, net and Chantilly lace. H,r short illusion veil was lattached to a cap trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a prayer =niT l ado l rned wit h white orchids and stephanotis fehl?i; F ran k Vieri g (Lois ahuldu), Montgomery, Ala., served as matron of honor in a fWn P nk nylon tulle and P-Jitilly ace. Her flowers were Pink orchids. L BUr K n .u Loebl was best m an 'or L r h r William Brody, grandifather of the bridegroom! as gH,omsrnan. Seating guests were Gary Shulder, brother of h,L d '', and Edward Dergura|l"an uncle of the bride. \to\\J,',Tl at the Sh "lder home Followed the ceremony. Markn?cK ncluded Mr ^d Mrs. and M Sh: i p,ro Milwaukee; Mr. a Mrs. j osoph Kranitz, Mrs. London and Bruce London, e u C SCo Persmith, ChiKate Maxwell. Mrs. In Garden Rites beige gabardine suit and brown accessories. Both she and her husband attended Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fein, 8141 Crespi Blvd. IK ki n nt \, and William Br dy. IGren' Mr an d Mrs. Al K mf^ ,SS 5 eVerl y Green ntewYork. "' Bertha Leavitt |Floi hfT ed w in f trip throu *h 'he bride donned a Israelite Center Slates Mock Marriage, Ball The Israelite Center is sponsoring a Purim Ball and Mock Marriage, in cooperation with its Dora Stein Sisterhood and the PTA at the center, on Sunday. March 25, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Herman Miller, chairman, is assisted by Mrs. Meyer Simon, Mrs. Nathan Shenkin, David Granat, Charles Fidelman and M. Park. Tickets may be obtained by calling 4-1868. Beth David Women Plan Purim Carnival Plans are being formulated by Beth David PTA for a Purim carnival to be held at the synagogue on Sunday, March 18, it has been announced by Mrs. Ernest Sussman, president. Lunches will be served and there will be pony rides, fish pond, game booths. A baby sitter service will also be available. The PTA is collecting paper every Sunday. The drive will continue until the end of the Sunday school term. RUTH WOLKOWSKY GREENFIELD /•'ormerly of Univ. of Miami Music Faculty ANNOUNCES HER PIANO STUDIO. 1040 93rd ST. flr "ARBOR ISLAND, MIAMI BEACH. PHONE 86-7918 Students Accepted by Audition Only £>**t*g KOSHER CATERERS Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs Buffets • Garden Parties A T YOUR HOME, TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS '701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 (Evening*) nd Ct *t*eie Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Ha\ashruth PAGE 7 A are SSP^f. 5! Heb w Academy. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach, the ZhNlSV ^ ?, 1 300 Leon J EU chairman o 1 to rT Mir^ii Sc C un f j>* Greater Miami. Pictured are U .to r.) Michae l Kogan. Sandy Andron. EU. Phyllis Katx. Shapiro's Interview of Cantor To Be Aired Harold Shapiro's interview with the banjo-eyed comedian, Eddie Cantor, will be heard by transcription on Sunday, March 11, at 1:15 p.m. over station WINZ. Cantor, who recently returned from a visit to Israel, will discuss his experiences in the young Jewish state to Shapiro, Miami Beach attorney and narrator of the radio program, "Builders of Israel." The comedian will be introduced by James H. Ruby, commander of the Miami Beach Post of the American Legion, which sponsored Cantor's recent one(Picture of Shapiro and Cantor on page 2-B) man show at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Cantor will tell of his meeting Openings In Nursery The Nursery School of the Miami Beach Y has a few openings in its program for the first time in several months, according to Mrs. Sylvia Bernstein, school director. Children in the three and a half year age group will be accepted for morning sessions from 9 a. m. to 12 noon and youngsters between four and five may be registered for the fullday program. Interested persons may call Mrs. Bernstein at 5-5319. CONSTIPATION GONEFEELS WONDERFUL "I was constipated for years with no relief in sight. Then I began eating ALL-BRAN every day. Now I'm regular...feel wonderful...thanks a million!" Abrahams. Zelman, 2805 Deerfield Rd., Far Rockaway, N. Y. One of many unsolicited letters from ALL-BRAN users. This may be your answer to constipation due to lack of dietary bulk. Eat an ounce (about Yi cup) of crispy Kellogg's ALL-BRAN daily, drink plenty of water. If not satisfied after 10 days, send empty box to Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich. Get DOUBLE TOUR MONET BACKl MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Friday, March 16, 8:30 P.M. Box Office Now Open Miami Beach Auditorium Prices: 13.68. $3.08, $2.45, $1.85 Tax Ino. with Premier David Ben Gurion, give his impressions of the new arrivals, conditions in general and in show business in particular and will describe the role American Jewry can play in building up the new nation. The program, "Builders of Israel," is heard every Sunday at 1:15 p.m. over station WINZ. It is a special feature of the Yiddish Classical Hour of which N. Nasatir is director and J. Birnbaum, associate director. Jewish Professor Named For Nobel Peace Prize OSLO (AJP)—A Polish-born Jewish professor, the briliant Dr. Raphael Lemkin, was named among the nine Americans nominated this week as part of 28 world figures as candidates for the 1951 Nobel Peace Prize. The nominations were made by the Norwegian Nobel Institute. T T T T T T K O S II I II fO os CROWN FOOD! Distributors 21S1 .V. W. inth Avenue 1'hone 86-2186 f A A A A A A Jl When Nasty Colds Leave You WEAK AND RUNDOWN HADAC0L CAN HELP If Your System Lacks Vitamins Bi, B2, Niacin and Iron, Which HADACOL Contains When a nasty cold leaves you in a weakened and run-down condition, HADACOL can help build you up if your system is lacking in Vitamins B,, B,, Niacin and Iron, important elements contained In HADACOL. Many folks have found that this fine family formula helps overcome these deficiencies and soon they feel good, "gain. _v Mrs. A. Jiminez, 141 East 13th St.. 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I have con-, Unued to give him HADACOL and intend to always have it on hand for Floyd.'* Men. women and children of all ages are praising HADACOL. for supplying Vitamins B,, B,, Niacin and Iron which their systems lacked. Don't let that "After-Cold Ban-down Feeling" drag you down—HADACOL can help you, too, if you suffer such deficiencies. Sold on a strict money-back guarantee. You'll feel great afterj the first few bottles you take or your money backTrial size, $1.25j large family economy size, $3.50. 8 urdtne's Suns/une -fas&oxJ Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Mondays: 9:30 to 9:00 Shop by Phone from 8:30 a.m. Call: 3-1141 calling all children ... BURDINE'S EASTER-BUNNY arrives in Toyland, Saturday Yes, Saturday is the big day in Burdine's Toyland Mister Easter Bunny arrives for his annual visit. He'll be there 'til Easter waiting to talk to all the youngsters and have his picture taken with them, if you wish.



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PAGE 6 B +Jewls*fk**Maa FRIDAY, MARCH ^Oliver Twist"* To HE AeM5flUtt&^!L^2£tt-?££ Be Shown In V.S. NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — A revised version of the controversial J. Arthur Rank film "Oliver Twist" won approval last week for showings in the United States after the film's distributors complied with a ruling by the Motion Picture Association of America. Inc.. and eliminated a number of scenes of the villain Fagin. The film in its original form had been objected to as allegedly "anti-Semitic." A check by the American Jewish Press of major Jewish organ3/TH THEIR ONLY CHANCE FOR SURVIVAL MOVING FURTHER AWAY, TOV WORKS FEVERvSHLY DNUZl'S SMALL POCKET MlRROR\ SCRATCHES THE. SILVERED SURFACES FROM THE CENTER POINTS OF BOTH PIECES, AND PLACES rHEM BACK TO BACK. TOV HOLDS OP THE MIRROR 18 INCHES AWAY WITH THE izations disclosed that no immedS/^A^-LER PIECE iate statement on the approval of the film was available. Howere. there were indications that at least one major Jewish organization would make some comment or. the decision shortly The approval of the MPA of a revised version of the film and its acting in granting a Production Code of seal of approval cleared the way for the exhibition of '"Oliver Twist" in America's major theatres. Prior to the granting of an approval seal. Eagle-Lion Classics. Inc.. dis".jrs for the picture were without bookings for the f:i rain the United States. The O'Donnei chain of theatres in Texas had arranged to exhibit the film last month, but withdrew its commitunl Approval by the MPA elire i nth ag fight in Breenol nt Oliver I I I DOE portion f th< %  %  film's exl • list i. is •• hen Polish J TOWARD HIS EYE HE'S COMING IN.lV^-'—' .-*• IT WORKS.' TOV SCORES WITH DIRECT SUN FLASHEo ON THE PLANE QUICKLY/TAKE us TQ ^.^ THE IMMIGRANT COLUN& PASSING 60MIUSS sarn? HERE. WE CAN STlLi^ ^ HA3 MUSA T O THE PS, Eagle-Lion assies i : which i comMPA %  -• th< t to all I v a I Flower Show To Opon March Hi •I i anMetropolitan FJ 16 The : will D;i :•: • Tribune, was made this week upon two leading Jewish congressmen in an editorial blast against the Reconstruction Finance Corporation now under probe :r. Washington. Latesl victims of Col. "Bertie" McCormick'j smear campaign. which previ usly attempted to link three other leading American Jews—former Secretary of the ..v Henry Morgenthau Jr.. Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, and Senator Herbert Lehman—1< .. "secret U.S. government were Rep. Adolph Chicago area, and ?.: % % %  -• : • •..-., Err.anuel Celler of Jft V rk Apj Inently or. the the tit] "A thi 7 Classes Forming For Sunday School Teachers f r p itential Sur hers in Great-, r Mian i i rmed, it is by Louis Schartzman. tor ;t the B... : Jewish Education. A special organizational meeting will be held at the offices of the bureau. 318 Congress Building, on Wednesday. March 14. at 8 p. m. Schartzman particularly urges confirmand; if the local" Jewish IV rid the meeting and ter for class* s to be held for -tor this year and two .. Upon comthe course, students Tribune Blasts Jewish Congressmen, Toretzky Unveiling ., ._ •..*%  4-. %  %  •, Dedication of a monument Terms Rep. Sabath Old Seoundrel CHICAGO .AJP —A scathing charged that "few of the chislers Toretzk „ formerly of 2930 S.W attack by the self-styled -World's in Washington can sit in the game |(Mh „ 4 _.„ ^ UoiA .„.*,,„ Greatest Newspaper." the Chicago with those two sages of the House Rep. Sabath of Chicago and Rep. Celler of New York." The editorial attacked the two Jewish congressmen for suggesting certain projects for RFC aid which the anti-Truman administration paper referred to in inimitable Tribunese as "boondoggles." "When this old scoundrel tries to dig into the taxpayers' pockets," the Tribune said of Rep. Sabath, "there is generally reason to suspect that ne is hoping to hook a few bucks for himself." Turning to attack Congressman Emanuel Celler of New York, a [ fighter for increased quotas for' displaced persons to enter the United States and a veteran supporter of Israel, the Tribune asserted "why a congressman from Brooklyn is urging the spending of money in Florida also might interest the investigators of influence brokers." The Tribune concluded that people aren't nuts. They just think the taxpayers are." a monument to the memory of the late Abraham forn 17th St., will be held Sunday, March 11, at 1 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Mr. Toretzky is survived by his wife, Sophie; two sons, Jack and Mischa, of New York; two daughters, Minna Chekanow and Elaine Juara, both of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. HOTEL with NURSE SERVICE on the BEACH GRADUATE NURSE • 24 hour care • RICE, SALT FREE other DIETS • All rooms with PRIVATE BATHS, patiot. .ol.ria. ELEVA TORS and lobbica. ANY 1030 15th St.. Miami Btach, Fli Call: S8-K9 yrxf T *-AJWA jfiBSEgSEB A*** ** %  ^*'-^ 5353 a LONDON ARMS AIR-COOLED DINING ROOM OPEN TO PUBLIC PHONE 5-1264 WE CATER Banquets Weddings Bar Mitnihi 727 COLLINS AVE. iuc Undif r.'io-ol I.ptr.ii.o. •> M (IS6(tO o *AMSON HBZSZSESgg ESEB2 253355 1 3r7 ^ y SUSiMiN 377T" TV-. See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Blacayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. •"• splav will gen. -...-: : revolving Lj v Wl11 bc awarded diplomas qualing them as registered Sunday school ". '•' • ::-. age for both men and n is 17 rhere is no tuiti fee. peratme in 1 fcr '" Mi' -: lej An increi per%  • '• •.-• I -•%  s Hi len C utu n, gem man ..' the 1951 show. Tl %  to the incr. a !" widespn pera.. r in Dad* c untj ;.; its -•• ; %  %  %  Egyptian mothers beeye accounts kly appearance in rd:ng to the En yclopaedia Butannica. Vegetarian Society To Mark Birthday The Vegetarian S -...-••.• of Greater Miami will celebrate its uxtn anniversary n F J|t rC T : CultUraI C 429 Lenox Ave., M a vegetarian banquet and aodress by Dr. Robert W %  %  son on "Vegel iluman Race." David Ben nstein St. Lou tomey and : rmei rarr.paigr. manager for President Harry S Truman s 1940 senatorial paign. will be master of monies. The dinner, supervised by Mrs Selma Tamarein. will include only fresh vegetables an Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS $35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundayi Phone 4-3249 "A GOOD NAME Is more to bo treasured than riches." 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pf v MARCH 9, 1951 *Jewist fhrirl^r PAGE 5 A k "' 1 '*' ^' rf WWW''\ JEWS IN SPORTS By BILL WOLF Vagabonds Will I nl < > rl.iin At Honor IUIKIM-OII Vagabonds, one of the tu rn toward Canada. ,A b evenl this week is the -hi Welfare Board's colorful %  *'„'] basketball tournament in 5Si l0 and 1L t six !" from represenative sections H". I nited States and two from Jda Wil! fight it out for the SggPLo* for the Jewish Immunity Center of Portland Son. the Bensonhurat Jays of noklvn and the Montreal SHA to be the big three of the rne v I" Brooklyn, they re in g" that the Jays will walk %  a y as champs • ere's how the finalists line up result of the nation-wide B cbmpction among some 150 squads. Portland will re; •sent the Western section as a lull of a 57-49 victory over Oakjd Cal.. in the final. Bersonrst defeated Union Temple in final to inter the tourney the Metropolitan area. In mid-west, Omaha, Nebraska, ipped Kansas in a close one, 45. to gain i ntry. ;.,. Middli Atlantic region will by the winner of game between Wilkes Barrc, and th. B; Itimore YMHA. two Incomers he tournament. final New England the Lvnn, Mass., JCC, by virtue 63-61 triumph over the Mt. n n YMHA. In another close .the I YMHA beat >nton 70-67 in the final to go irnev fr im New Jersey. the Montreal '• \lll.\s urneythrough tch. The Canaille place ol a New York State squads in this ut There'll no defi: hamp in MonLasl year's victor, rough Park YMHA, was elimied In .mpetition n't be surprised if you hear of the teams wesl Jewish Center invitation ketbaW tournament to be held king the against the wall. An ired, oddly 1 H ndball Club of JCC. The tournev 24 and 25 to Doc Schertor of the JCC u He's been ne of the basketa brotherhood w n as the of Nations." nality groups will : ; '• also in order who took part an Games held Argent:: One member of the IS Henry Las•' %  Iking champion. a lot of terri%  and V ( | on t mean Qn] Last October he won third world title at the OlymHe is also A.A.U. %  amp. in both indoor and outl : L'v";'. nu ,his week irom fm Gilbert, new director of lm! ',. : pub,ic aff airs of ,;" %  :, >* %  in it he V, frandeis will be fielding ,, s Vd lor the first time E a co "ng faU." And therein fcun''^"' S story of growPm P j£ ",' %  un j v ersity at Wali i.M„v.irandeiswillbecomlTho X '",•"" sports Program. Vavh ',"'1. v,mtn 1S 8' v n fct h-,H fact that il hasn 't J time t„ field a varsity team. But this fall theathletes will have reached varsity status and Brandeis can be expected to take a biggei share of the sports spotlight In fencing, the Buffalo Jewish Center will be host to the threeweapon fencing championships of Western New York on April 28. And here's an item for the side pocket. Willie Hoppe, 63-year-old billiard king, managed to keep his three-cushion title in Chicago recently, but not before he ran into some trouble from Art Rubin of Brooklyn. At one time Rubin led Hoppe 12-0. It wasn't until the fifth inning that the old master could score his first point against the Brooklyn star. Rubin stayed in front through most of the contest, but Hoppe emerged on top, 50-43. I. URGE AIRY DOUBLES teg p e r i va,ehome !" xMob -* h I. e 9 es reasonable — we k, or year. Nonih E*J-W. 15th St. p h 82 .6082 PAINTING and PAPER HANGING || EASY FINANCING I REASONABLE PRICES SENSED and INSURED ART HEIMER Ph.: 87-6474 llcbri'iv School Plans Purim lVI t Sixth annual Purjm ball of the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation will be held Sunday, March 18, at the Electrician's Union Hall, 1650 N.W. 17th Ave., according to President William Weintraub. Chairman for the affair is Hershey Glantz. first vice" president of the congregation. Other committee workers are Mrs. EdMrs. Ramagli I horus Sponsors "Studio 31" Play By popular demand, the Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus will sponsor a repeat performance of the "Studio M" production of Sidney Howard's "The Silver Cord" on Sunday, March 11, at 8:30 p. in. at the Central Beach Elementary School. Members cf the cast include Faith Adams, Dean Christopher, The nation's most popular night club aets, will entertain at the donor luncheon to be given by the Miami Chapter of '.he National Children's Cardiac Home on Tuesday, March 13, at 12 noon, it was announced by Mrs. Tillie Ramagli, chairman of the event. Proceeds from the affair are earmarked for support of children at the home. Funds will also be used for research, as well as the home's outpatient clinic. In charge of subscriptions are I Robert Sacker, Nancy Meltzer, Mrs. B. Karnes, 83-5995, and Mis. Cathy Alch and Ann Teller. ward L. Becker and Mrs. Herbert Feldan, journal; Mrs. Nat Coulton, well-wishers; Mrs David Meltzer, precious jewels; Herbert Feldan, music and entertainment; Edward L. Becker, David Meltzer, and Herman Necdelman, decorations. Also. Mrs. William Weintraub, tickets: Mrs. Sam Kostoff, games; Mrs. Feldan, flowers; Mrs. Ben Sokoloff. Mrs. Dave Kleeber, Mrs. Helen Wuranch, Mrs. Needelman, Mrs. Pauline Rappaport, Mrs. Rebecca Becker, Mrs. Michael Blank, and Mrs. Fred Rosenthal, refreshments. Ethel Cohen, 4-6292. George Keathley is director. Coffee 'N Doughnut Dance On Calendar A "Coftee and Doughnut" dance will be given by the Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Saturday, March 10, at 8:30 p. m., it was announced by Elix Hinkes, president. All Cream Cheese is 4BT4Mgy m£ W£ MFERBKZ.' CREAMIER... SMOOTHER... RICHER... SEETHtMFEKEHCe! NEW HANDIER SHAPE MORE ECONOMICAL *lLg ***** CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 153 MM, 29th St. Phone 82-4731



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PAGE 2 A vjenist fhridfiar FRIDAY. MARCH 9, :3> Lewisohn To Speak In Center Series i %  %  %  saagaaaaca Capitol Spotlight %  teBM— Movie Test Offered To College Stud I • i J Eugene Yulish. 20, son of Mr. several art scl and •.•.••.*. %  .: k.-.-.V. %  %  %  %  %  %  .'.. I;-.T.*.V.Vl — 6ni Eugene Yulish. 20, son of Mr. several art Kh yulish Of 2870 c ass d( „ "•• H| Dr.. has been offered a ? prt th Reschoo < 5*arl pub. e film studios, it was Heplayed a senior i y I %  Is I %  • • %  • the "21ru.e : .. %  S ler m the Senate was %  %  unfavorable I .j L McFarland voted I reactionarii in 81st %  ne of JNF Jubilee Set For Sunday Night HIAS (iroup Will Take It With V Vulish : in rou Ci nine %  : A %  Present Concert MAS P ple"sTou tC immitII sponsor • :. Sunday, March 18. at the Dramatic Academy here. :5each Yulish. a student at the acaEugine Yulish announced by Mrs. Lillian Fox of S program I very requirement are I : i;an j years of faithful service to Jewisl • %  affords the comforting assurance tl .\\\\H shall be .. il should be. iversidd Manorial Chapel TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Miami West Flagler Sc 20th Ave. • Phon 9-266* Miami Beach _


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y.-MMCH9;-1351, PAGE 3 A —, ,. V.'r 57/ Say... I i something operatic about Seville. After r th P traveler takes a stroll on the Calle de r, the antique narrow thoroughfare that is HUomain business street of the old or new city. a crowd, stops, and listens to a group of ^men sinning in choral or polyphony. The boys "IrnnWi enough! but their weird melodies seem ihUnd Lvclian. Phrygian Arabic and Judaic |cs into an overall Oriental-African Jantasia. tubtauitous Barber of Seville probably trained ginging bands for his Largo al Factotum, return to the elegant Hotel Andalusia, we the huge, square, unlovely palace of Charles med into a tobacco factory. Here Carmen beat ,e other cigarette girl and as a consequence was to captivate her captor, Don Jose. One fancies half crazed gypsy Azucena in 71 Travatore must watched her mother burn for witchcraft on .treets sin rounding the vast cathedral. ville may be a favorite setting for opera, but ost poignant story has never been acted or sung, ragedy oi ihe beautiful Marrano girl, who helped ing her father to the stake and the Inquisition to n, is deserving the muse of a Giuseppe Verdi. Inquisition. the year 1480, the Spanish rulers were ready .ar upon the last Moslem stronghold in Granada. as high time to establish a Holy Office. Such a po of piety had many advantages, and not the was the money to be squeezed out of converted The pious Isabella had in her jewelry box d up for several years a Papal permit to start merry torturing and burning. But caution was ssary. There was no telling how the nobility d react, even if the masses and the monks would y the show. and New Christian*. ommission of three provisional Inquisitors deto experiment in Seville. Here the large Marrano population offered good material, especially since the New Christians were generally well-to-do and consequently hated bv the Old Christians whose wealth was often limited to their blue Castilian blood. The Commissioners began their researches and fact findings. But the Conversos were not disposed to take lying down any attempt to despoil and burn them. The wealthiest among them was Don Diego De Susan, who together with leadership possessed a violent temper. He called a secret meeting of the most influential Marranos in the San Salvadore church. Here gathered priests, government officials. Priors, city counselors, the Major Domo of the church, the mayor of the neighboring town Triana, and other notables. They decided to resist the Inquisition and if necessary to die sword in hand. The First Auto-da-Fe. De Susan's daughter, the most beautiful girl in Seville, was known as La Hermosa Fembra. It seems she spilled the beans to her boy friend, who being pious as well as blue blooded rushed off with the news to the Inquisitor, Thomas Torquemada. What a break for the Commissioners! Now they had an open and shut case. All the "conspirators" were quickly seized and tortured. Within three days De Susan and other Marranos were roasted at the stake. The first haul netted big profits for division between the Holy Office and the Crown. Besides, new prospects were extracted from the victims with the help of the new torture gadgets. It was easy pickens. No wonder the Inquisition continued in business for over three centuries. De Susan's Daughter. But what did betrayal bring the most celebrated beauty of Seville? Surely her Old Christian lover would marry her, if for no other reason than gratitude for her services to the cause of religion, especially since she was no longer handicapped by the curse of wealth for which the Marranos were so Seville And La Hermosa Fembra By HARRY STMONHOFF detested. But a stool pigeon can never be counted on for doing the decent thing. La Hermosa Fembra suddenly found herself without parents, without a roof over her head, and without a crust of bread. To Jews or Marranos she was the murderess of her father. To pious Old Christians, she was the Jewess who carried on with a pure-blooded Castilian. Her Ruin. Only the Bishop of Tiberias seemed to sense her desperate plight. He probably considered it a noble act when he induced a Nunnery to take her in. But the young beauty evidently found the quiet life somewhat monotonous. Certainly not a good place to forget her palatial home and the indulgent father whose moans and shrieks at the Auto-de Fe seemed to penetrate the thick convent walls. She managed to get out somehow. In Seville there were no paying jobs waiting. As a scullion, a peasant girl was far better fitted. Besides no housewife would want so beautiful a chamber maid around. So La Hermosa Fembra joined the oldest profession of her sex. In the orgies of a brothel, she could at times forget her stupid treachery. Her Symbolic Value. The inner story of this wretched girl remains sealed. Perhaps her will offers a clue. She requested that her skull be placed over her doorstep—perhaps as an expiation, or a warning for others to profit by her evil example. To us she reveals the ambivalence of the Marrano soul, that was both Christian and Jewish, and yet neither. Her treason evidences a world of pent up hate against her own kind, without comprehending a similar hate from the surrounding Gentile world. She recurs time and again in the checkered annals of Jewish history. She reappears in modern Germany after the liberation. For La Hermosa Fembra is the symbol of assimilation. dominated For li/i'iis Awards be names .>t 18 candidates t been received by the Outfiing Citizen Awards Comee. it has been announced by Irman Louis Snetman. lest n Bird named for his fities towards the expansion n Memorial Hospital and HElry Stone was named for his Bl service work with the Kiage and Family Council, the Bni Hard of Hearing Society I riie Jewish Social Service ^ Al-o nominated were A. Curry, director of the Dade h'.y Port Authority; Irving i n of Miami iieach and e A. Smathers. Bier men named include bai Abess, president of the Imunitj Chest;James I.Keller [executive vice president of Chest: James L. Knight of the frm Herald: Thomas J. Kelly, %  e County sheriff; and Herald I Jack Bell and Jack pcd. amed in the women's division [Mrs. Myrtle Taylor Bradford, ] erved for 15 years as the prnor's director of art, and •M % % %  % % %  V ipe. manager of the persity oi Miami concerts and of the late composer and i Arnold Volpe. po Mrs Sidney L. Wcintraub, Has been active in social F :ce activities; Mrs. Louis per, Community Chest camrworker; Mrs. Lucille Gray facks n Memorial Hospital; | Charles E. Enterline, for her I '""inmunity Chest ft: and Mrs. Jessie Kettner, p director. ne general public is invited to fnate contestants for the man I omarlof the year, to be sepa on Thursday, March 29, in Wont Park. Official entries re obtained at the Dade Fedsavings and Loan AssociaI individuals or organizations I a l2! naU ', a person bv send l, a tetter, 1,sting their candi%  „, 1 ^hievement during Ion. t ,'u' w i! rdin g their nomi%  ons t 0 t hc outstanding Citizen (ding D ( m "n U eo ; 33 Seybold t u,n SDeadline for entires has J? 1 for midnight. March 19. Now Open For Care of Elderly & Chronically III MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME 24 Hr. Registered Nursing Service—Diets Strictly Observed All Rooms Semi-Private with Connecting Showers & Baths INSPECTION INVITED — MODERATE RATES 335 S. W. 12th Avenue, Miami, Phone 9-0278 Personal Mgmt. of LEO ALLEN Former Exec. Director, Jewish Home jor the Aged PINE FOREST CAMP • Atop the Beautiful Pocono Mountains, Greeley, Pa. • Now Accepting Enrollments for 1951 Season • Co-Educational Boys & Girls 4 to 16 20th Season • For Brochure Call Mr. Edwin I. Black, Georgian Hotel, 5-6451 M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the Miami area of the houseto-house phase of ihe Combined Jewish Appea:. discusses campaign strategy with several of his majors. Around the planning table are (1. to r.) Irvina Saal, Max Mendelsohn, Kopelowitz. Maurice Grossman and Mrs. Alvin Cassell. In the lower photograph are leaders in the New American division of the metropolitan unit of the appeal. This group, composed exclusively of new arrival* who have found haven in the Miami area, was organized bv Irving Saal. Shown are (seated, 1. to r.) M. Lerner, Moishe Singer. Joseph Debner. Joseph Sachs; (standing) Arthur Quart. Saal. Jankel Rockwertx. Stephen Lewkowicz. Gregory Txvi Rosenkrana. who was not present when Ihe photograph was taken. is captain of the group. Mr. Black is Interested in Securing Mature Counselors Also Greater Miami Representative SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. 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PAGE 4 A +Jenist Flcrid/ian 222AY. MARCH. EDITORIAL -1 Hare Against Time Under present conditions and under present circumstances, all that we are doir.ceverything the:: we are doing in the UJA is on a now-cr•:: basis. The things that we can do today we may neve: have the opportunity of doing again only from the point of view oi transpoi Jews, not only from the point cf view of rescu human lives but also from the point oi vie.' doing everything possible to take care of and to establish on a sound foundation those hundreds oi thousands of Jews who have already been take:: oul who have been brought to Isrcel but who are not ye: fully absorbed cr.d are net ye: hilly established on a sound eccr.cn::: r.~5:s. Every dollar realized now, every immigrant r.e'.ped to leave new for Israel or for the United States, every medical and welfare program that is go:te:: under way today every ccic::y which is completed : r. Israel in January instead of July c: December means thai we are winning the race caa:::s: time. he people in Is:ae! r.eec housing. Who knows when the cay will come who knows how long :: will :ake I umber end cemen! and s:eel all ": the things that gc intc the makin houses will not be execrarie : Whc knows how long :: will be ::e:c:e countries like the 'Jr. Stat* ~:n:i: and the Other exrc:::-:c CO :::es c: :he vill no) ye::::.: the ex :::--" Every house thai LB bu:i: • family bu It today which is delayed ::: month ::: two r.:c:::hs or :hree months because c: lack :: funis may not be built wit the next yea:; ahead ~: as. There .= neea for :e:::s a: Israel. Houses cannot be built fast h Seme -: the people thous' t then Those ere the:r homes How long will it be be:c:e .: :s impossible tc import intc Israel ever, tents or the materials from which :e:::s are made? Tents will be in area: cemand by the military orgcnizc:ions of all the nations :: me world ar.d :: is coing to be impossible ever. .: the funds are available, to find those materials unless they are found today and unless they are brought into Israel today. It is :.:• %  or never now or never not only for the Jews who are not yet in Israel but for the Jews whc are already in Israel, for the Jews who have •: be establishe the Jews who have to be absorbed for the Jews who have to be placed on a sound economic besis. ;a::s :establish :hose people, tc jive :.-.;a mm foundation to make i; possible fO! men: tc become productive to earn their own ihood ana foj that too we :are a deadline. We BJ ic it now :: we may not have the opportunity c: doing .: in the near future. Lives are in the balance. Hundreds cf thousands :: pecp.e nave to be scved. This is a job which under present :ircumstances cannot be put ofj -. cannot be delayed. The cuotas 0 W C^t*^^) JZ?> M L LOt ne cut. Doors must be opened and the PLENTY OF PULL NEEDED— gates o: Israel must remain open. We no longer can blame others for shutting or closing the gates cf Isrcel in the face of harassed and persecuted Jews. The fate of those people lies in our hands. We are the ones who decide how many of those thousends .shall live and how many shall perish, how many shall be brought out and how many shall be abandoned. Give and give generously to the Combined Jewish Appeal now in full swing in our community. Ualtlen Jubilee The recent Golden Jubilee celebration of the Jewish National Fund, which brought more than 2,000 delegates to our nation's capital, might easily have been devoted to boasting about the organization's accomplishments during its first half century of existence. For there is much to boast about. The fund has dene monumental work in the line of economic rehabilitation and land resettlement. It can look with pride on a statistical achievement of 2,100.000 dunams cf land acquired; 250 settlements built; 250,000 individuals place on the land through purchase by the fund; 45.000,000. cubic meters of water made available per annum; and close tc 8,000,000 trees planted. rig my Against Giant John H. Rankin, whose impudence is only by his ignorance, has agai-Houn,?"*. casion to spout his venom against detime it was the great Jewish IhinkeS Maimonides that was the target of w arrows. P The gentleman who lacks the intellia* comprehend anything, let alone the great nh phic depths of the man of whom it was said "i Moses unto Moses there has been none lik Moses," is seemingly troubled by the idea' plaque of Moses Maimonides decoratuw'' House. It hurts his delicate sensibilities t 0 to peer at a Jewish genius in precincts havinni dubious distinction of housing such a noriJ as the pigmy from Mississippi. The qreat that is Maimonides seems to frighten him so he has generated a one-man campaiml remove from the portals of the House that "j£ ly figure of Maimonides who is said to have! a Jewish rabbi in Egypt about 903 years The pigmy from Mississippi is afraid of L particularly Jewish giants. They friqhten him, him nightmares and. what is more, place the proper imbecilic perspective. Greatn anathema to the ilk of which Rankin is macfe' we do not blame John if he is frightened by "ghastly figure" of Maimonides. After Maimonides stocd for a way of living -I beyond the qrasp of the pigmies, the bigots ( the empty blabbers. Like the animal species,; fears what he cannot comprehend. Rabbi Combines Religion, Psycholoav NEW YORK CITY A-P, „_ However, in the pioneer spirit of those iJ people who are only beginning the here I making a once-arid land economically fitf the jubilee was not spent in looking backw The stress was on the future. The faith z. next 50 years was evidenced in the Blueprint] the Future presented by Dr. Abraham GraJ world president of the fund. In the next ten yd the proqram calls for a vast irriqation projeej the Negev; an afforestation program invoha the planting of 100,000,000 trees; the draiuiJ the Huleh basin region in Galilee; the buiit^a 200,060 new housing units; and a vast landj tivation scheme that would double the count) agricultural output. The will and the imagination are c! work. Til wonderful conceptions remain but to be to lated into concrete achievement by the cental response of Jews all over the world, but partial ly in America. The American generosity rr.usi flag in the next ten years nor the next 50.1 young nation has critical economic prcblemil surmount if its permance is to be assured. Greater Miami's celebration of the fund j" 1 will take place on Sunday eveninq at the. Beach Jewish Center. It will, we are sure, confa to the spirit and the rhythm of the natiJ meeting. NEW YORK :TV AJP %  -• %  • %  is more %  %  E K .. %  %  : %  Psychological %  -' :: : til %  .. n I %  .:. %  -'ig. Thl ibl .-; intua] lead-: >... ~. N I tri Hi : ..... It of %  %  %  : %  Dr >. rids he has become i :' the delicate aspect of -ckng which lies in ; the attitude of the minister. When ng across a patient who is more disturbed than normal, the be concerned with :d:ng a more adequately trist. Being ., reHospital Seeks Muscular Dystrophy Cu HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (AJP)-dergo the An estimated 10,000 Americans doomed to die from the fatal disease—muscular dystrophy — centered their hope this week on a ^• f S ; ? T ,shhospitai *r~^ psychiafeUoW V1Ctlms Marked from a ::.r.c ,ruin ,0 volunteer as human attitudt (toward suinea pigs in a research experi, ment which may discover a cure represents a new for the malady. • ained %  v all the religious Him knowli experiments n* Robinson was right They *lj chosen from more than plicants from every part of I nation. Robinson said the formula! completely under B'nai B'rsj control. The hospital is a M profit organization A descripl jof the possible cun is schedr I to appear in next month's of leading medic;.1 journal* %  ology'd One I | 82 teen-ai been so %  • tered bv the expert halocal high schools ence demonstrated to -ted !" nV Y"" ng psychological niou .£S? P.? oun sehng .des toward prepared ••mk dent* !" ng h,gh ch o1 rabbi emphases that the >?££%££ Z^Uon Coral Gables Center To Hear Book Review %  at he next B •••er. Sunday, March 11. <". o.iO p.m. r, Gwen With the problen ciiffl ^ ul h tK md children in a humorous vein Rabbi M. Skop will condu. I I uscussion foil +Jewistfkridm Publiihed every Friday IBC T by The Jewith Floridun at 120 *J Sixth street. Miami 18, Florid*.1 tered as second-class matter Jw| '•30, at the Post Office or ^T Fla., under the Act of March 3-. The Jewish Floridian has Vm the Jewish Unity and the J% in >H Officials at the B'nai B'rith Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital here expressed hope that a formula which the hospital patented recently might hold the cure The formula is designed to produce in the laboratory a substance which Will replace what the Victims' the Jewish Unity and i ooaie.-. supposedly lack. Diseases Weekly. Member of the Jew"*!, such as muscular dvstroDhv nnd 8 raphic *0ncy. Seven Arts f multiple sclerosis arc"caused by ^^•^^ orld .^^-^V^ functional deficiences. We think w e have it." J A Robinson, chairman of the budget and finance department of B'nai IB nth declared aa the tint of the 18 volunte. is arrived to undergo 1 experiments at the hospital. The volunteers arriving to un.._, wonowiae ne -• %  National Editorial Association. %  cn Association of E "B ll5 '';r,| Newspapers, Florida Press Assi r % %  does Center Friday. Israeli Correspondent Speaks At North Shore of the d U n ,tiIman f0nn r Chiel Telegraphic 'Agency in Pans! will iduof^r Phlllp Fried wi conShore Jewish March 9. Hellman lerved for several in Arab countries aa cor%  wtenl for the Palestinian POst, and ,s now in Miami on beAppeal Combined Jewish The Jewish nonaiao


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1 rpmAY. MARCH 9. W vJewisti fktrldiar PAGE 3 B B'nai B'rith Youth Slated For Honors Janua] salute ta B'nai B'rith %  nuth in Oreater Miami will be liven by Sholem Lodge at its L nai B'rith Youth Night" on Tuesdav. March 13, at 8:15 p.m. Rpth El Center, it is announced £ president Sydney Aronovitz. b Leaders in the field of .youth tninine will participate in the ogram designated to demonsF'ate the dynamics of citizenship £jL verted through the fivefoldB'nai B'rith Youth Oragnization program. ReDiTsenting youth training at Lh? college level, Dr. Donald Sichebonf director, of the Hiltal SSndation at the University of Miami, will present several students in oratory and dramtic skits. Itfiss Selma Lewis, director of the B'nai B'rith youth offices in MiI ami serving more than 500 members of AZA and BBG. the junior order of B'nai B'rith, will direct several of these youth in a dramatic presentation demonstrating the five-fold program of I B'nai B'rith. The Sholem Lodge Youth ComImittee chairman, Theodore J. ISakowitz, will describe activities of adult B'nai B'rith youth adI visors and will report on Sholem Lodge's activities in youth training during 1950. Formal election of lodge officers I will be held at this meeting. Sevleral constitutional amendments Iwill also be considered. The eveIning's program is under the diIrection of David Stuzin, program I chairman of the lodge. [ SDT Alumnae Entertain Alumnae of Sigma Delta Tau ISorority entertained members of [the Un of Miami Chapter [at a luncheon meeting Saturday, I March 3. at Burean's Restaurant, according to Barbara Steig alum[nae league president. League activities for the yeer [were planned and arrangements Iwere made for the organization I of a Sigma Delta Tau patroness fclub. Sorority members representing j the university were Maxine Fred. [Barbara W.irtell and Carol Jane Wolpert. Young Cantor Will Sing At Beth Jacob Cantor Jacob Ederman. one of the youngest cantors in the United States, will chant services on Friday. March 9, at 6 p. m. and Saturday. March 10, at 8 a. m. at the Beth Jacob synagogue. Cantor Ederman, a recent arrival to this country, was a former student of the Mirrer Yeshiva and is considered one of the finest tenors who has arrived here during the past decade. He has also made radio appearances in New Y k and New Jersey. Rabbi Joseph E. RackovskT 818 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach FhoM 5-3S95 Labor, Management Leaders Attack Discrimination NEW YORK CITY (AJP)—"If American industry would concern itself only with greater efficiency, racial and religious discrimination would disappear overnight," explained a representative of management at a Waldorf Astoria luncheon of the Business and Professional Associates of the American Jewish Congress this week. Russell Greenman, the representative of management and personnel director of the General Cable Corporation, joined with a prominent labor official, Dr. Mark Starr, national education director of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, in presenting their ideas in combatting and eliminating prejudice and discrimination in American industry. Elaborating on his theme that job discrimination leads to inefficiency, Greenman further declared that this discrimination was "expensive, wasteful and stupid." This sweeping observation, Greenman said was based on his many years of experience with personnel in the hiring and firing end of industry. The personnel director cited many instances from his own experience where employers have wasted executive ability by forcing it to scrub floors and have ignored valuable advice smiply because the ad,viser happened to be a Jew or a Negro, etc. Dr. Mark Starr in his position as official in a union which is built on "the 57 varities" of the human race, emphasized that not only was job discrimination expensive and stupid "but it was also unjust." Being once a worker in the coal mines of South Wales, Starr explained the far-reaching effects of job discrimination because "a man's right to a job determines his right to live." Greenman placed little hope in the effectiveness of legislation to stop discrimination by citing "Prohibition" as an example of the impossibility of "changing people's feelings." Less pessimistic about legislative effectiveness was Dr. Starr who nevertheless agreed that education was the only way of stopping irrational prejudice at its source. Play To Highlight Meet A play, "Haym Solomon's Helping Hand," will highlight the next meeting of the Sisterhood of the First Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables, to be held on Wednesday, March 14, at 8 p. m. in their temporary headquarters, 1618 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. The group is formulating plans for a Purim costume party slated for March 24 at the organization's temporary headquarters. Children by the dozens are flocking to Israel from the Eastern European and Moslem lands as part of the tide of Jewish immigrants, young and old, who are fleeing from deadlines and persecution to safety and new lives. This year United Palestine Appeal agencies will contribute $7,700,000 toward the Youth Aliyah program geared to the maintenance, care and education of orphaned and semi-orphaned youngsters coming to Israel. For children arriving with their families. UPA agencies, which derive their funds through the nationwide United Jewish Appeal campaign, must provide transportation, rehabilitation and resettlement costs as part of the over-all program which this year is budgeted by the UPA at $174,000,000. Here, a group of immigrant children at a new work village in the southwestern Emek. start out for kindergarten. Discussion Highlights Beach Masada Meet "Are You a Jew Are You a Zionist?" was the topic of a round-tablo discussion at the meeting of Masada—Miami Beach Young Zionist District on Thursday evening, March 8. Art Cohen and Bernice Dachs, program and education co-chairmen, led the discussion. This Sunday the group will assemble at Greynold's Park for a picnic, according to Harriet Smuckler and Dave Adler, social committee co-chairmen. Games and refreshments have been planned, and each member will be permitted to bring one nonmember guest. W. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 9 195? Zionist Club Speaker Yeslow Unveiling I? Author, Lecturer !" e dedication of monument „ I to the memory of the late BenSolomon Bui'uch KoiiKuko. au, r ., ,„ -,, thor. lecturer and traveler who M* !" oslow *> !" rl y "' J44 just returned from Israel, will be N-W. 36th St.. will take place the guest speaker at the Miami Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Beach Zionist Luncheon Club on Cemetery with Rabbi Max Wednesday. March 14. at 12:15 Shapiro officiating. Mr. Yeslow p.m. at the Lincoln Manor, anj s survived bv his wife. Mollie: a n tunced Harold Shapiro, chairdaughter. Donna; two brothers, man and toastmaster. Morns and Herman: five sisters, Komaiko's talk is titled "A including Sarah Alexander and Glimpse into the Life of Israel." Ida Friedman, of Miami. ArrangeThe speaker, author of the book tnents are in charge of Palmer's of short stories. "Here To Stay" Miami Monument Co. Friends and and contributor to the Jewish relatives are asked to attend. Daily News of New York. Jewish Morning Journal. Chicago Sentinel and Jewish Record of St. Louis, was born in Lithuania and came to the United States in 1899 after attending Yeshivas in Vilno and other centers of learning. He served on the Chicago Plan Commission and during World Safer Unveiling Dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Louis Safer will take place Sunday at Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 3 p. m. Mr. Safer is survived bv his wife. Mrs. Masha Safer; a daughter. War II was active in USO and M s Ida Black; two sons. Charles and Paul; a brother. Hyman: and a sister. Mrs. Fradel Safer, of Red Cross work. During his recent visit to Israel, he was given the honor by the Jewish National Fund of planting a tree at the grave of Theodor Herzl. the "father" of political Zionism. He also visited the grove of 1500 —Associat.,i Photo New officers of the Louis D. Brahdeis Auxiliary 199 of the Free Sons of Israel are pictured at ft organization's donor luncheon recently held at the Roney Plaia Hotel. Seated (1. to r.) are Glad> Platkin. second vice president; Arlene Rome, first vice president; Sadye Gordon, chaplain; Han Levine, president; Belle LeBost, financial secretary; Annette Jacobs, chairman of the Duchess "*! the Day feature at the luncheon. Standing are Frances Goldberg, recording secretary; Libby Book span, corresponding secretary; Fannie Spring, treasurer; Edna Finberg, organiser. Jacksonville. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Gelman Unveiling |,,,.„. |tfar ^**Li dian and any other talent suitable for the show are being sought. Anyone interested in appearing is Talent For Show The Teen-Age Youth Council asked to contact Arita Brenner at 48-7296 or Don Matlin at 83-1700, also VISltea tne grove Ot IDUU The nnvpilino ,if T m„ni,mont' „,...%  r ,, "-'* ui ^" autuiM di oo-iiuu. trees planted in Israel by the Chit0 th me morv of the late Jacob : ,he Mlaml Jewlsh Community entertainment chairmen, or Miss cago Zionist District in memory of I Gelman will take place Sunday at Center is scouting for talented h:s_son. a lieutenant in the U.S. jjt. Nebo Cemetery at 2:30 p. m., teen-agers to participate in a Ail! Force, who was killed in wi;n Rabb; Max Shapiro offici"Bowery Night" floor show to be V '% T } d r „, „ : n SMrs. Gelman is survived held March 31. as a part of teenCharles H. Lee will report on bv ner daughter. Mrs. Teddv age division's contribution to the latent Israeli news: Jacob C. FishBramson and two sons. Charles current Combined Jewish Appeal man will lead community singing. and Mu : ,.,Mj ..,,, Fr;onds drive. %  :';;,a\rLS'K5 ? e n n d d d to at Jr£* a eI a 11 kinds g irls : • S Kelemer. fo a chorus line an emcee ClMTie Sam Prostem nd Irving atzman. Tobie Jacobskind at the center Last year the council presents a cast of 75 teen-agers T an original musical corned v and variety show proceeds of" whirh went to Federation. All Faiths Benefit Brings In $71,000 # TAKE THE HARDSHIP out of home buying this easy way. Refinance your hard-to-carry mortgage with us. Our loan counselor can help you plan modest monthly payments ... income fitted designed to give you more margin for good living. Prepayment Without Penalty Brotherhood in action was e r.-::ated in Palm Bi %  I d-famed Patio Restaurant ijrently at the AH Faiths Comitti %  Benefit for Temple Israel. .•hen Ami ricans :' all %  Palm Beach temple. In an atm spnei ^> i witli • Seitement. the auction sale of a' mond clip netted S53.000. Other I oIS >old tutalled about S9.000 ; "h a similar amount fi tickets, it was reported. Richard E. Singei on pit Israel described the affair i ai*the most gratifying expn i < nunitj in my i xpe::. nee." He paid trib Chilli Fram is Coe. publish :ic Palm Beach Post-Times, who as master of cerei led the rovd to unbelievable I .eserosity." Temple Israel, the R< I m Jewsh congregation of the Palm Beaches, has just completed and fully paid for the firs: two buildings of its planned project on the shores cf Lake Worth. These are tht social hall, which is to be used temporarily as the sanctuary, and I intormation is being sough: re ten-classroom religious school garding the whereabouts of LouDttHdmg. As a result of Sunday's is Botwinick and Irving K-antz ffair. construction will soon be' -in on the last two elements reeded to complete the proiect. the temple and "Wseum-librarv Rent-like Monthly Payments Low Interest Costs Person* Sought Information is being sought reiri& will surround a lands patio. They are ben i : poured ( >n< n te with I '' %  in style and pical in spirit. Dtdicati >n ci j for the i completed pr ijects ; % % %  .weekend. Botwinick. who has failed to communicate with his t. since 1944. was born in Russia in chapelFebrua 1897. is 5 feet 8 in four build" s 180 pounds, has black DEPENDABLE DOMESTIC HELP RELIABLE DAY WORKERS S5.00 A-1 EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phon.f (-5317 — .777 61 N. E. 5th St-et AL MEIDENBERO, Ownir wn eyes, mustache and is a plasterer and pipe coverer by 1 • Krantz, who has not contacted his wifi Nina, since August 1950. %  '•' is b irn in Russia on Nu-ember o. 190,. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall, is 165 pounds, has dark brown eves „nd accountant. Anyone aware of the present location of either of these men is %  i communicate with the it nal Desertion Bureau New V irk 38. 105 f Americans mince I bak.: used lo immediately freeze I :'. %  TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM 2729 COLLINS AVE. M. B. Phone tor Reservations—5-6651 5-4907 Ail Conditioned Erwin and Louise Frlshnet GLASS FOR EVERY STORE FRONT PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furmtur. Tops, Bereled Mirror, and Resilvering Our Specialty n6fw G 8th G s aSS and Mlrror Works TMl'lIST IN KOSHER FOOM Restaurant and Delicatessen Caterers 1141 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Planning a i'artu? Party Knishes Sandwiches Decorated Buffet Platters Roast Turkeys Stuffed Derma Roast Broilers Retail Delicatessen Cocktail Franks Hot and Cold Hors D'Oeuvres "Caterers Distinction" Current Rate is tt&$ Per Annum NORTH MIAMI SAVINGS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION N.E. 6th Avenue at 125th St. Shepard Brood. Prmklmt North Miami Max Drrytf, HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday, 10:39 AM. I E WB-V— Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. 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BY, MARCH 9, 1951 2Jwis* fhridietn LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE PAGE 11 B ^TQ F INTENTION TO M F.'DI .CATION FOR FINAL MAKE lURT, DADB 11894. PPLIC DISCHARGE LnnflTY JUDGE'S 1'iH'H • ESTATE "l' ._ 0 K KORKT IKY, my i i lie Jfttsi I will apply i" the Honor"•. %  • V Blanton County Judge of Aunty. Florida, for approval CMFAMI report and for final dls^„ Executor of the Batata of iroRETZK v. deceased. jtnlday I February, 1931. HARRY KORETZKY. by gTONE Emo '" %  E [Caggreai I>, H>>l-ii-a NOTICE N( rTICE w j el,, given that i have .. %  ,, wrt and petition for ... Executor of the ... KORETZKY. de. .nd thai on the rd day of NA^PL^"' !" "* the under.la!n\d"delfr| n Y SJYP '" : the circuit Court Florida, of the Dade Clerk ,.f County, MAJORS CABIN c.Pii i BBMCK AND SHAPIRO > U 120 Lincoln Road 2/23 3/2-9-16 INC, NOT CE lt?P EK F| CTITIOUS .. t NAME LAW NOWCBIB HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring ,„ ,.,,..„ ."',', buln,M ,,,.,. tne f)< fc ngagc MX' !" *"'•' '-taur„nt):,t Room 237 4-0 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Intend, to register said name with the c|" k Florida Urt f I,; "'''' LEGAL NOTICE 'N nu^'^.BV PUBLICATION Brooklyn, Ww y„ rk You are hereby n,.,i r '. omplalnt for Diyorc. igalnst you, and y serve a copy of your ....nil t,> ii on that has Bill been reVnswer ounty, nTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 01 NAME LAW TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,,,,10-Nicncil. -'• i"K to engage In Maunder the fictitious name of v PRINTING SKRVICK at 28 mh Str Miami, Florida, to register said name with Jerk of the circuit Court of Dade •v Florida. *' DAVID MARKS FARER fney for Applli ant iBireaa Bid* u-:3 kdi BBR,CK A A ^^A ^ { ;V U, L N( 420 Lincoln Road. 2/23 3/2-9-16 %  i Beach BWM. I 1 1 "''.'. 1 "'• %  "'• Miami no taken against you for the demanded in the Sill of ComINOTICE BY PUBLICATION hit: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F[ R-DICIAI. CIRCUIT IN AND I |i\|)K COUNTY, FLORIDA.— KHASCERV, No 139049 HE OREENSTEIX, I'luintlff, vs. [THAN OREKNSTEIN, nndant. INATHAN 0REBX8TEIN, v uNX. N V |r .,', requl 'ei ve a copy lur ,in-u. 11:11 of < *om%  f„r I >..< %  he plaintiff's | -inal answer if the Clr[ the 2nd day k.D therwlse, the ilvorce here• taken as ( %  1 i. this 27 :. LEA I'HERMAN, • %  ,. i' .%  Seal) H and Add) i IAN R LYONS (yiniila B Florida, • I',urt Florida. FEIOE, puty Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATinw IN THE CIHtTlT n.r" ,? %  T IIF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRC PIT g^A.!?n, D cH%clS: Defendant. !" ~ „ ,stJIT FOR DIVORCE TO : SEBASTIAN CARDIM.6. 312 West 43rd Street New York City. Now York niiY £? c SF?? B J N<> the C irt of Dade Ida HARRY KK-SMAN of irneys, CUT; .ii?"""". *-' *pian. 650 Be] bold Buildlmf, Miami, Florida, and file he original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit ;. our L on .2T •*>• the 22nd day of .March. 1951. If you fail to do' so judgment by default will be taken in*",.','""'.,';/" /'": th ", ro "'f deniande.l In the Hill of Complaint This notice shall be published once each week for ion,consecutive weeks m i he Jewish Florldlan I'vN'E AND ORDERED at Miami, I'WMa. thla 20th day of P< I E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. FEIOE, KYER8, HEIMAN ft "'" y Ctork KAPLAN, ESQS <::. Seybold Building;, Miami. Florida Attorn,.i s for Plaintiff 2/23 .1/2-9-1.; relief Plaint. •aeh'lnUSJ'SS.'ftS? lM> PWtohed once ci E ,.'i ''KATHERMAN, Clerk (c?^ a r ,\^r' oun,y F ior,H u |Ro, uln Road, P-9-W RSKI T ''" n F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE f 8 i,£ TT ~ IN CHANCERY, No. MA R 'AN QREENBERO, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL OREENBERQ, Defendant. SPIT l">iu DIVORCE TO: MICHAEL OREENBERQ c/o Foote. Cone ft Balding, i nterna t lona 1 < Corpora t ion liienne. Switzerland You, MICHAEL OREENBERQ, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed acainst you. and von are required to serve a cojiy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HEN ESSEN, ESQ.. 821 Beybold Bids., Miami, norIda,' and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23 day of March, 1951. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will Intaken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall lw> published once each week for four consecutive week8 in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21 day of Feb.. A.D. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By YVM. \V. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. BEN ESSEN S23 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 2/23 3/2-9-16 m N < ?7 ICE BV PUBLICATION HrffiHJi !" -"JMCIAL CIRCUIT .^•VKH'-VIN AND FOR DADB p's's'n ~ 1N CHANCERY, N„. LLOYD A. STRICKLAND, Plaintiff T &u I te. A I J & A 5S REL ST,: "' K '"^" Eure, North Carolina. % oi t are required to iqrva a oooy of your answer to u„. BUI for Divorce pn plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the Office of the < lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19 das of March, 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, he:,.,,,for,, filed herein, will oe taken as confessed by you D ATBD al Miami. Florida, th.s Ii day ,,r February, 1951 E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,„, lerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal i By WM. W, STOCKING, EMANUEL LEVEN80N ePUty to Attorney for plaintiff ll"7 Biscayne Bldg. Miami. Florida. I 21 :: 2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE ... „ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND POR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 188701. HELEN ELIZABETH RICKETTS, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM V. RICKETTS, D,t.lid.ml r0 0 wl .'-l'L\M Z. RICKETTS %  Pine Street MORRISTOWN. N. JER. You ar,required to serve a*cooy I'Lo',""",•'"'•;" %  • %  '" "e BUI of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer In the office of the cSSt of tne circuit < ourt on or I,.fore the ".day ol March. 1951; otherwise, the f ri Jn i""i,' la "," r "'' D| vorce hereto,n„r / M" '"' r,,i wi '•' %  : k confessed bv vou. AJ^ AT E L' u at Mial,li Florida, this 14 day of February. A.D. i:.r,i E. !!. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court, /oi Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. MURRAY GOODMAN Plaintiffs Attorney 914 Olympla Building Miami. Florida 2/16-23 3/2-9 ST< iCKINO. Deputy Clerk. LEGAL NOTICE r shall not be responsible f>>r debts incurred by anyone other than myself, LARRY TRIGUBRO. 2/16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVFN that the un,I,-i signed, 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 Countv. Florida JAMES E. WIGGINS I. R. MAYERS Attorney for Applicant 412 C.ngress Bldg. 2/18-22 3/2-9 ,., J? RDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT V1 n £3P. tX>R "A'>K COUNTY, f,V9"">A. IN CHANCERY, No JF i A ,^, ROSEXPEI.D. Plaintiff, vs. !" '•' %  *,*! F&^f^ 0 I>*'cndant. TO: WILLIAM ROSENFELD care of Marx 1246 West Columbia Avenue Chicago, Illinois You are hereby ordered and required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce a copy of which is enclosed herewith! on I laintiffs attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk tne Circuit Court of Dade Countv florida, on or before the 13th day of ,arrh : ••,''• otherwise the allegations of said Bill will t,e taken aa confessed by you. DATED: February 12. 1951 E B. LEATHERMAN, ,,., „ '"lerk of the Cln nit Court, (Circuit Curt Seal) By WM. W. STl CKINQ, SAMUEL J. RAND D6PUty C,erk Attorney for Plaintiff lliiT i llympia Building Miami V2. Florida 2/16-23 3/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctll -us name of Ben Distributing Co. (Not in, at Miami. DaoK County, Florida, intends to register said name with the CI of the circuit Court of Dade Florida. SAM HEN Sol.owner MANUEL LUBEL erk County. Attorney for Applicant 71". Pan Am.-liein Ban 2/16-23 3/2-9 k Bldg. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage* i'i business under the fictitious name of Little Hake Shop at 2127 Coral Way. Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB I, LI F SET JOE POX MYERS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN, 650 Seybold Bldg. 2/23 3/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Cabin Grill Restaurant at Room 287, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAJOR8 CABIN QRILL, INC. BERICK AND SHAPIRO. 420 Lincoln Road. 2/23 3/2-9-16 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA—No. 23942. RE: ESTATE OF DAVID ZAVON. Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given Hurt I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of David Zavon, deceased: and that on the 16 day of March, 1951. will apply to the Honorable W, F. Rlanton. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executor of the Estate of Dnvid Zavon. deceased This 12 day of February", 1931. ROBERT II ZAVON. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, 1023 Seybold Building. Attorney for Robert Zavon. Executor 2/16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF;RF;BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name .d Joy's Apparel at ISM Bunche Park West Drive, Bunche Park. Florida, Intend* to register said name wllh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. HERMAN c.ANZ I 2) I ^-!.-16 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between Jack Berke and Lou Fibenstein. heretofore carrying on business its Ready-Roast at 216 7th Street. Miami Beach, has been dissolved by mutual consent and from the 5th day of February, 1951, all debts due to and owing by said firm will be received by Ix>u Ebeiistein Who will continue to carry on the said business as the sole owner under the same Style and Firm name. Dated the 5th day of February, 1951. JACK BERKE I.OP EBENSTEIN JOSEPH PAKDO. Attorney 9M Beybold Bldg. 2/16-23 2K-3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 19 8.524). UNITED LOAN CORP.. formerly known as NATIONAL FINANCE CO.. a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM H. KENDALL, Defendant. To WILLIAM H. KENDALL (Addresa Pnknown) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a BUI of Complaint for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering one 1942 Buick Club Coupe, Motor No. 45486485. Serial No. 14362642. has been filed against >ou, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer to the BUI of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney. MARX FABEIt. 412 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, 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 dav of February, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. 2/16-23 3/2-9 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Co URT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 138622-P. WILLIAM L. BALLOT et ux. et a I, Plaintiff*, vs. WILLIAM CALSING, et al, l lefendanl To: WILLIAM CALSING, and if married, his unknown wife, if living, and if dead, all unknown heirs. devisees, legatees, grantees, cedltors, or other panics claiming by, through, under or against said 1 '• 1, nd.nil, who is not known to be dead or alive; and all persons or parties claiming by, through, under %  igainsi the estates of MATILDA CALSING and CAROL MCULL< iP'III as heirs, devisees, K-gatees. '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 County. Florida, to-wlt: Lots Thirty-two and Thirty-three (32 & 33) in Block Thirty-three (33) Of Coral Gables, Crafts Section, ai cording to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 10 at Page 40 of th Public Records of Dade Countv. Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint to Quiet Title and Amendment thereto has been filed against you' and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or pleading to the said Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs' attorneys. PA I,LOT. SILVER. TATHAM, ABDO & MPI.LoY, 8M 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. A.D. 1951. If you fall to do so, Judgment l.y default" will be taken against you for the relief sought in said Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each we.-k for four consecutive weeks in the Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 13th day of February, A.D. I E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit %  'ourt I Oil,County. Florid i. ::• Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, „ Deputy C 2/16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE • 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fop. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 138703, MINNIE I.OIIAK. Plaintiff, VI WILLIAM I.OIIAK. Defendant. TO: WILLIAM LoHAK •v HERMAN .v CANTER, ICSQS. 18 E. 41st St., New York. N. V. YOU ed to aerve a copy of your answ.r t., the BUI of i wiplalnt for 11 the Plaii attorn,;.and fi!.the original answer In the office of the clerk of the Cli cult conn on or before the II day of March, A D. 1951. othei Bill Of Complaint for Divol fore fUed herein will be taken aj confess.-d |,v you. DATED at Miami. I'iml i. n tin* 14 dav of Feb., I %  E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol Circuit %  I (ade i 'ounty, l-'i -: ida. (Circuit Court Se il I By WM. w MURRAY GOODMAN. Plaintiffs Attorney 914 Olympla Building Miami, Florida. 2/16-23 3/2-9 ST iCKINO. Deputy Cleric "***fcv.*oe^ ^^^ PERSONAL I ITTTTBBfc AND I V i'M COMMERCIAL f Mafl COVERAGE! I %  PHONE 9-3836 f It) N. C 2,-i ST. MIAMI **. r\-* J NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE'COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 138702. SHIRLEY L VEGHTE, Plaintiff, vs. HKNI1V VKiiHTE, JR., Defendant. Ti HENRY VEGHTE JR. II Prospect Ave.. (iloversvllle. N. Y. YoP are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorney and to file the original answer In the 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 DATED at Miami. Florida, on this il day of Feb., 1951. I' 11. LEATHERMAN. (ii rk of Circuit Court, i i.eic i 'ounty, Plorlda, (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GENERAL FWCTORS CO. jnot Inc.) at c/o George J. Talianoff. 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SIDNEY GRUBER HAROLD MAHLER GEORGE J. TALIANOPP, ESQ. 4:'n Lincoln Road Miami Peach. Florida : %  !•;-:':; :; .-:> MURRAY GooDMAN, Plaintiff's Attorney 914 olympia Building Miami. Florida. 2/16-23 3/2-9 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 188830. UNITED LOAN CORP., formerly known as NATIONAL FINANCE CO., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT L. THOMSON, Defendant. TO: ROBERT L. THOMSON (Address Unknown) YoP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for foreclosure of mortgage encumbering one 1946 Hudson 4-Door Automobile. MofOT No. 3163S10. has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiffs attorney, MARX IWP.HR. Ill' Congress Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the circuit i'ourt on orbefore the 19th day of March, 1951, otherwise said Bill will '' ,al Confessed t,V VOU. Dated this 13th day of February, 1951. v. B LEATHERMAN, Cl.rk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, m Deputy Clerk. 2/16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FTJORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 255n3. in Re: ESTATE OF HERBERT RANG EL. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of HF:RHF;RT RANGFIL. deceased, late of I.o* Angeles Countv, California, to the Hon. W. F". Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade Countv. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented aa 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 Rangel. Deceased SHELDON N. LELCHPK. Attorney for Anc. Administrator C.T.A. : 2-> NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT Col RT oE THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' F'LORIDA. IN AND F'oR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 138824, JOSEPH MERMAN. Plaintiff, vs. IDA LIFTMAN. Defendant SPIT POR DIVORCE TO: IDA I.IP.BM AN. 570 KOSCIOSKO STREET. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK YOU are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of vour Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Milton A. Friedman, 1021 Seybold Bldg, Miami, Fla., and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of th,Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the nth day of March, 1951. If you fail to do SO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief dethe BUI of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 12 a.w ,,f February, A D. 1951. E. R LI:ATHI:RMAN, cierk. Circuit Court. I>ade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal < By M. C. PEIGE, Deputy Clerk. • MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff. 10SI Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida 12/16-23 3/2-9



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PAGE 8 A *JewislncrkOatn FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1 95I Polish Tailor Sees Statue of Libery, Dies NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — Through hostile Europe's displaced persons' camps these past i.v, years wandered a little one• tailor, a Chaim Grubby name. For years Chaim and an 18-year'1-1 son [gnac .; with no success to make wav to America and Start new. Endless forms and red tape replaced the barbed wire to bar their path of escape. Before Hitler's lecion trampled Poland's borders and Chaim was placed in a concentration the little tailor operated a shop in Warsaw He eked out a bare livelihood. When there was no work he starved. And there was work, there was no time to eat. With the war's end. Chaim. no longer a Nazi prisoner. i to the shore of America. Chaim's yearning to come to the i S. appeared bright two ago when the little J< w and his s>n boarded the transport Gen. R. M. BL al Bremerhaven enroute here. Last week as the vessel apN York. I d i-.ison from .* berl to vii w the 1 %  f David Nazi ccupal c mid v.with .• %  n • lenl Watchmakei Holds 4 Grand Prizes :; 51 X f foil : >r his K E :o comr the monthrone. An nd gold clock lilt over a six-year was not among the passengers. Ignac said the realization that he would finally set foot on America had been too much for his father Chaim had died as the ship entered New York harbor. IN THE MAIL The Editor. The Jewish Floridian. Sir: I happened to come across The Jewish Floridian of the 29th December. 1950. and was interested to read the letter addressed to you by N. Guttman of the National Labour Committee for PalesThis letter was written in reply to an article by S. B. Liebman. in which the latter, apparently, subjects to criticism certain aspei: live Living in Israel." I do not wish to enter the ts of the Gutman-Liebman v. : -v. but as an Israeli. I wish : r< :• %  ; nlj I an allega%  i ide '"v Mi Gul M: Gutman v ; Krug, who is cited bj Mr. •y. is %  misstati nenU [n the first Histadrul I Ini :' the i with the Stat : if the ym< nt e: nl It is 1 • im: le for t Hist idrut I ts wil applicant ib." The plain truth is that Histadrul wned and controlled buestabl no change what.-; place thi esl %  nl '?f the • ti 'i': Gei Z ists denied thai %  in bu • IUS lie of the Histadrut by tl nment and %  is the case in Socialist England, thus p: evi ntin tati I affairs •• Histadrut mav impose n an applicant for a job. turned down and the bureaus to which i it are i .lolled. General Zionists will featI of their pk-.tning K mand for plac%  langes under %  %  tate. I I 1 rep irt in due %  ut t.' : • .; : lllv. S Z ABRAMOV %  Dr. Pushkin Heads Optometric Group Recently installed president of the Southeast Florida Optometric Association is Dr. Emanuel Pushkin of Miami who succeeds Dr. I). E. Conant. The S F O A composed of more than 50 practicing optometrists in Dade and Broward county, is sponsoring National Save YoUl Vision Week in this area. Other newly elected officers C. Garvin. vice then presenl .Klin D. R velt. Thi .. ha t-protected %  movement • %  lials showing Eastern and P : c "...; e z :.• The hands of the clock tiny replicas of the Empi %  S lilding. K nn, v> fui. tropics. :. :: sevlow pen tion to fully. Also, once a nl .i .-hould drop •he stem to counteract tiny rust particles that foim. P.i'i K hn's craftsmanship ited mechanism he dened for ship's chron< Thi. /'re %  ... ate the clo n't lose more than five seconds nth. I Guaranteed Repair Service WATCHES '& CLOCKS Under the personal supervision BERNARD KOHN 'The Watchmaker to Watchmakers" Re-builders of Complicati i Swiss & Domestic Watches LONGINES WITTNAUER VACHERON and C ON.ST A NTIN LE COULTRE and PATEK-PHILIPPE 1011 Olympia Bldg. 2-2120 Finest Craftsmanship At Reasonable Rates Israeli .roii|i To Rfot Monday Israeli Group of Hadassah will hold its next meeting in the form of a dessert luncheon on Monday, March 12. at 12:30 p.m. at Lincoln Manor, according to an announcement by Mrs. Irving Westin, president. A Purim festival and Youth Aliyah program have been arranged bv Mrs. Morris Bernstein and Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Partici. pants will be Mrs. David Joseph and Mrs Louis Shapiro, who will | offer Purim songs. for f ever i An ancient remedy [ was to wash water over the 1 tient and onto a frog, to W h %  the fever was supposed to pas" Dr. Pushkin ITresldenU f Dr. William Koblenz, treasurer: Dr. Chester NT Robber, secretary. Modern Dancers To Perform Here A dance exhibition will be given bv the modem interpretive dance term of Kavta Delakova and Fred Berk on March 20 at the Miami Bavl nt Auditorium beginning at 8:30 p.m I Arthur Cohen. nan of the event. The dance e\ i is being red locally by the Miami ar.d Miami Beach units of Junior H ssah and the 1'nivcrsity of chapter of IZFA. Delakova and Berk arc creative artists. They have travelled since early youth, performing in it halls, centers, in theaters, ..nd universities. They I, d their own dance groups. phed musicals, experiter produc • n:.in this country as wail .is in Europe and the Middle E...-;. Tickets mav be obtained at Moray's Ji -tore. 141 N.E. 2nd Ave.: Steadman's Music II,,us (i : Gables: M 41 st St.. Miami Beach; and the : Office, 235 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. AJC Party To Benefit Louise Wise Hostel Fund Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Congress will sponsor a games and card party on Wednesday, March 14. at 12:30 p. m. in the Hostess Room of Miami Home Milk. 2451 N. W. 7th Avenue, it was announced this week by Mrs. Ben Hertz, president. Mrs. Harry Lnufcr is chairman of thi i '. i nt, ;i %  eds of which [0 t.. the Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel fund. Soloist At Beach Y For Music Festival Cantor Jacob Tambor will be guest soloist at the Beach Y Jewish Music Festival, entitled "Songs of Yearning and Liberation," slated for Tuesday. March 13, at 8:30 p.m. at the Y building. Jewish folk song and art of the late' 19th and 20 century will be> featured. In addition to Cantor Tambor, who will perform chassidic. Yiddish and Israeli numbers. Margaret and Ben Yomen, associated with the Jewish Folk Chorus, and the Miami Beach Jewish Center Choir, will perform The Hiall ah Folk Chorus, conducted by Robert t Strassberg, music consultant to Jewish Centers Association, will present three numbers. The program will be rounded ; out by (Evelyn Locb. pianist. Esther' Shrago. violinist, and Naomi Rosenberg, dancer. Fashion Show Planned By Center Teen-Agers Tri Beta Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center, a teen-age girl's group, is planning a fashion show depicting the history of Miami, to be held in April. The group lias issued a call for old cl jories that date !> ick to 1900 to be used in the show. Clothes will be returned in good condition. Those who wish to lend clothing may call Mrs. Leon Kaplan, teen-age committee chairman, at 82-4311: Tobie Jacobskind. teenage advise: a", tile Center. 3-5489; or Sonia Caplin. teen-age chairman. 2-7743. indipast 65, a to 1 I IS GERTLER GRUESOME? Gertler Grew Some Greener Grass By Delivering Richer Top Soil You, Too. Can Grow Some %  HAL 2-10:12 Gertler Top Soil Company SALEM INN Al Wile and Pete Francis •^ome in and enioy the pleasure of dining on the water famous food prepared by experts nominal prices. 450 Northwest No. River Drive On the rive: just below the 5th St. Bridge. Parking for your car Dockage for your boat. CALL PETE ft m m OR AL 9-82b 1 Listen to WFEC Every Friday at 10:15 A.M. Every Sunday at 2:00 P.M. Under New Management AL S DELICATESSEN Full Line of Kosher Delicatessen. Smoked Fish, Bakery Goods Catering to Parties, Bar Mitzvahs and Weddings 706 S. W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-0129 \ 1 ^PI-'I A HI \\ BANQUET ON FRIDAY. MARCH 9th. 1951 — 6:30 P.M. v %  • • i.m S%  • %  •: i I %  ; %  %  Ml • i u ill hold it6th N 129 Lenox Ave., M t: Dr. R. VV Anderson's—927 Jefferson, M.H ll IKI N.W. "'.Hi SI All Health Pood Shops—or II '•' %  Tamnrkln—3 • 51 I Brake :: D| and Front-End Alignment—Body Repairs and diluting I'!I*' l as, Ignltl i;i,-. i %  i. %  A Acetylene Welding COULTON BROS. GARAGE Upholstery and Seat Covers Free Pick-Up ana Delivery — Wr*oker Service PI -114, 8-M52 840 S.W. Slh Street THE STUDIO M PLAYERS PRESENT Repeat Performance by Popular Demand! "THE SILVER CORD" (with All-Star Cast) Sunday, March 11. 8:30 P.M. Central Beach Elementary School, 14th Street and Washington Avenue Sponsored by Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus 75c Plus Tax GARTENBERG AND SCHECHTER Announce .... THE HOTEL EDWARDS 10th STREET AND COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Will Be Open For the Passover Holidays Now Accepting Reservations Air Conditioned Dining Room and Lobby Swimming Pool THE HIGHEST QUALITY Hf FOOD AMI KASIIRI TII FOR RKSKRVATIO** ^_^ CALL 5-1611



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PAGE 6 A bmidhncrldkui FRIDAY, MABfH o >> "Strictly Neighbors By HELEN ALPERT STORY SPOTLIGHTS: Visitor Dr. Nathan Wernicoff of Vineland. N. J.. will soon boast a Branding's Dream House in Vineland, and presiding over the tireplace will be Charles R. Jacobson's newest painting. •Improwsation in Green." The Doc heads one of the Norths biggest poultry research labs. Mrs. Wernicoff is also a veterinarian They both had wandered over to the Beach Youth Center's outdoor Art Show, cottoned to Jacobson's non-objective canvases there and prompti> begged invitations to tour his studio in Coconut Grove. The Wernicoffs' home is to be strictly Florida with fluted glass, rainbow brick and cypress, not too surprung when you remember Wernicoff was originally from Jacksonville. Benign bystander at the pointing-purchase was Ruthie Jacobson's mother, Chicago s Mrs. Harry Heifetz, herself on a Florida visit Affable Art Appel of Associated Photographers got the oddest assignment of his career yesterday. He'd been called in to shoot pictures of the Atlantic Towers Hotel's lobby, cocktail lounge and rooms, for the big Detroit News Travel exhibit due in Detroit me end of this month. Art unpacked his equipment, gulped, and announced he was keeping the picture of the room for himseit. Reason—? It's the same room he honeymooned in. back in 1941. when the Atlantic Towers was built! LINES O' TYPE: Larry Wilde now feels like a biglimer in the ranks; he played his first agency date from the Harry Kilby office Our Faithful Reader Mrs. Philip Steir (and I thank ya!) and Philip are entertaining houseguests in their Abbott Ave. home, daughter Mrs. Julie Karson and Julie. He's activities director at Grossinger's Brooklyn's Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rovner have come to see Mrs. Rovner's sister, Mrs. Cele Chaxen Versailles' guest Herman L. Zellers of the 41st St. furniture shop. Herman has invented a protective face-guard for football players and copped an approval patent on it. He's a "handsome bachelor," it says here. I'll be right over ... : Masada tossed an engagement fete for Sheila Waldman and Leonard Schwartz, at the Versailles. They're both popular members NOTE TO MRS. SIMON SEIDEN who's been asking: Yep, I'm Leo Alpert's sister. CRITIQUE: It was so wonderful the kids could hardly believe it—so 900 of them telephoned the Beach Auditorium for the assurance that all school kids with identity cards could get into the first Eddie Cantor show free. However, what projected all those rude manners later' 1 The girls and boys had piled around to buy orange drinks and cokes, but got shoved and berated as if they were dogs. LISTEN, YOU CONCESSIONAIRES: Just remember that every youngster at your counter is the Beloved Object of someone in this community! In contrast, take the "Holiday on Ice" treatment. Following the Saturday matinee, with the same school-mob. every single person in or out of the spectacle continued the chain of cordiality until the last kid reluctantly vanished. HOTEL HOPS: Magnificent Yankee Sam Rivkind returned to the helm of the Miami Beach Hotel Association at the Wednesday night meeting in the Saxony. Typically, he's ignited explosive doings in all directions, including a vast scope campaign of publicity and exploitation. One target is the rich Latin-American market, for summer business, to begin where Sam Kaplan left off, last year .. A sizzler is being prepared for the attention of the South Florida Chapter. Hotel Sales Managers Association, International. One of its members is incensed at discovering that personally addressed mail is steadily intercepted and read by a certain hotel's management. The Postal authorities have been informed. LATEST NEWS: Al Pallot's first communique to all members of his North Bay Area Taxpayers' Association is understandably based on a note of triumph. The city council went right ahead, pronto, to order one:. Normandy Isle, probably to be followed this week I y his association's move for one-way onh Miami Beach's two biggest highways David Rosner took advantage of Rabbi Isaac '.. %  nthal's presence at his Hotel Good to review interesting contestwith the rabbi, who's a judge on the national panel. They singled out. so far. a letter from a Bostian vet TO MAURICE GROSSMAN: Aw. come on! Write that letter tempting your pen' Sally Braslawsky. tall brunette, is keeping the home fires burning until sister Evvie beats it back from Orlando, where she raced to meet Charlie Bellin. me Lois Predinger Joins Brides Elect Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 S.W. 5th St., have announced the betrothal of their I daughter, Diane Lois, to Jerome Stanley Rosokoff, son "of the Louis Rosokoffs of Buffalo, N. Y. A graduate of Miami High School, the bride-elect attended the University of Alabama, where she majored in biology. She later transferred to Temple University at Philadelphia and was gradu! ated from the Temple Dental Hygiene School. Miss Predinger is now practicing in Miami Beach. Mr. Rosokoff. a graduate of the University of New York State, is j an ophthalmic dispenser. He j served four years in the Air Force %  with active duty in the Pacific. | He is currently in the real estate i business. l T -M Students To Wed This Summer Engagement of Miss I „,. Cynthia Cole to Bernard L fred Silverman, son of Mr. Atlanta Betrothal Of Interest To Miamians Of interest to Miamians is news of the engagement of Miss Marilyn Rosolio. daughter of LeRoy Rosloio of Thomasville. Ga., and the late Mrs. Bess Levine Rosolio, to Maurice Herbert Furchgott of Atlanta. The marriage will be solemnized on June 17. The bride-elect's grandmother, Mrs. Gertrude Levine; her aunt, Mrs. M. G. Furman; and cousin, Al (Flip) Rosen, al lof Miami Beach, attended the betrothal party given by Miss Rosolio's father at the Standard Club in The Jewish Community of Greater Miami Will Celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the JEWISH NATIONAL FUND Sunday, March 11th, at 8 P.M. Miami Beach Jewish Center—Washington Ave. & 17th St. Guest Speaker RABBI ISRAEL GOlHSU |\ Leader in World Jewry Former President of the Zionist Organization of America A most beautiful musical program will be rendered by RITHAXA Kit AYE who recently appeared in the role of Micaela in Carmen with the Metropolitan Opera Company. Jacob Goldring Cantor of Miami Beach Jewish Center and Robert Strassburg, Musical Conductor. Atlanta. Miss Rosolio attended Shorter College, where she was a member of the Eunomian Society and the White and Gold sports organization. She is attending the University of Georgia and will graduate in June. At the university she is a member and past president of Sigma Delta Tau sorority, a formei member of the Women's Athletic Association and on the staff of the Georgia Cracker, campus magazine. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Furchgott of Atlanta, formerly of Charleston, S. C, received his B. S. degree in areonautical engineering and his master's degree in industrial engineering from Georgia Tech. He was a member of the varsity football team, ANAK and Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary fraternities, Tau Beta Pi and Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic fraternities, and was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. He served as president of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity and is now assocated with Montag Brothers, Inc., in Atlanta, where the couple will make their home. Workshop Continues Radio Workshop for Democracy, I weekly dramatic program, will presnet "Let's Take Off Our Coats" on Sunday, March 11, at 7:45 p. m. over radio station WMIE. Local actors appearing in this week's presentation are Sarah \ Seiderman. Eleanor Zweigel, Betsy Banks, Helen Dunn, Gertrude Marx and Shirley Cook. i Lorrayne Cole Mrs. I. J. Silverman. of Chicaa has been announced by her pal ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole, of Chicago. Both are students i the University of Miami. The bride-elect was graduate from Senn High School in cago. She is a memln'r of DelJ Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. SilveiJ ] man is a graduate of St. Jota'l Military Academy, Delafield. M and belongs to Alpha Epsilon ft| fraternity. The wedding will take place al the summer and the couple nil make their home in Coral GabltJ Joyce Shabat Engaged To Dr. Harry Rimer Dr. Harry B. Rimer, resident^ Jackson Memorial Hospital. J the fiance of Miss Joyce Shabi',1 The engagement has been a>| nounced by the bride-elerfil mother. Mrs. Dorothy Shabat. T9| ;West 50th St., Miami Beach. A graduate of Miami Beattl High School, Miss Shabat attad-f ed the University of Miami Dr. Rimer, the son of Mr. a Mrs. Benjamin Rimer, 6320 %] son Road, Miami Beach, atteni the University of Pennsylvania j and Emory Medical School, AlT I lanta, where he was a member :!l i Alpha Epsilon Pi and Phi Delal j Epsilon. medical fraternity. Bel I interned at Lincoln Hospital. Xnl [York, and during World WarII I served as captain in the Air Fora| Medical Corps for two years. Alfred J. Meltxer, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Meltzer, will become Bar Mitzrah on Saturday. March 10. at 9 a.m. at Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. The young man. who attends Shenandoah Junior High School, will conduct the entire service. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. A reception in honor of the Bar Milzvah will follow the services. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING fc PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEWEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Ludwig Lewisohn Author Leeturer Professor of Comparative Literature at Brandeis University Will speak on "THE JEW IN" A CHANGING WORLD" Wednesday, March 14th,.8:15 P.M. Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1701 Washington Ave. T.ckets may be purchased at Center Office Or Reservations may be made by c !" „ j L .. Calling 58-2503 Sponsore d b V Men's Club of Miami Beach Jewish Center Admission from $1.00



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FmnAYJVIARCH 9. 1951 Life Of Spinoza Is Forum Topic ..j n | tion to Spinoza nnd eil] lie the topic of :v Dr. Abraham Saturday, March 10. al za Forum, 124 zliami Beach. the author <SEPH TOMASOHESKI %  Ml' I' 1 II foul i Cantor Joseph W. Malek of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will the bi-monthly enter %  1 !" ri 11DATED al Mlai |d uii... aaj ui March, E. B LEATHERMAN, ',• %  %  1 Court, Daae ounty, rioi Ida. << Ircuil < ... 111 .-. By: \\.\l w STOCKINCJ, MURRAY OMAN l\T' H Olymi.ta 1: il Miami, Florida 3, 9-16-23-M irney, vs. headline 5 on "Heavens and tainment at the Jewish Horne'for tion and answer the Aged. 150 N.E. 53rd St.. on Sunday. March 11, a t 2:30 p.m. (\i:y lecture. Leo Alien Opens \\v Ui'si Homo opi ning of the new Miami I H ne has been anLe 1 Allen, former tor of the Jewish H F 1 Ag< (i. %  site at 333 S.W. %  e caters 1 ents, with spei elderly and ins. Diets will I bserved. Allen, all rooms ith connecting LEGAL NOTICE ... NOJ 1 BV PUBLICATION IN TDK ClItri'IT COURT lib THE ELEVENTH .11 IT.i.M. ,-||: Mr ;: .'':,'v l!ll v 1X AN >R DADE "'.> %  I 1 IN CHANCERY, No. l -':'!*„ l r Kln,s,: Plaintiff, vs. IiM 'MI.NA TKlH INK, al) %  known as FU.OMENA MONTARUL1, Defend) nl SUIT P iR DIVORCE I": MLOMENA TEDONE, also known at 1L1 iMENA MONTARUL-i, 1 %  %  liovannl latta NIt U' II : I!, I.I. Italia You, FILOMENA TEDONE. also %  •MI.OMENA MONTARVLJ lereby • • ii .1 that a B I ,V .,. N P TICE Bv PUBLICATION ,','' %  %  '" :, l n COURT Of THE •.l.l.\ BNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN .VNIi FoR DADE COt'NTY MLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 139290. i.ii.i.iA.v I'.AI.IUXI. plaintiff OTTO J08EPH li.w.MNl I lefendant. You, OTTOJ08EPH BAL.DINI, Central Isnp State Hospital for ihe Insane. I...HK Island, New York, are required to serve r" your AnBw, %  t 0 tne BUI ..r Complaint for l^'' 1 '" "ii plaintiff's attorney, i HAROLD SHAPIRO. 927 Lli in !. Miami Beai h, Florida, and ffli the orlg nil in the offl f the Cl i k lol this Court on or before April >; ith. rwlse Judgment will be enyou. DATED Man h 7, E, B LEATHEKMAN, Clerk. Courl Seal) Bj R. II RICE, .'i: I 28-30 DePUtV Clerk Physiotherapy ''"' !,i rq Upal : therapy tn atPare required I as. wel, as 24< < I..-.. n --. — II II, %  • I. 1.1 ... %  ,!-. nursing service. • provided by lihall. radio, B Mi l< vision. as director of the BU for the Aged for ears. Prior to i for 15 I a %  %  Id. in years in the social ILVach Lodge To §ee Film < %  h Lodge : iH meet Thursday, the Miami Beach | ter Patio iJight of the meeting will 1 pri sentation ff's Attorney. BEN ESSKN ESQ., S23 Seyl .Id Bids., Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in tl fflce ol the Clerk of the Cln t i 'ourl on or befo %  • day Of April, 1851. If you fall to do *•>. judgment by default will be taken .iKilnst you for Hirelief demanded in the Bill ..I Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Floridlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 7 day <>r March. A.P. 1901. B. I'. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Clrruit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By \v.\l \v B'nai March NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT C( >URT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCCIT -N AND poR HADE COUNTY, RIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No! l.'iT'lli: PORSCH, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES .1 DOHSCH, Defen lailt. I" JAMES I. UORhCH E .-i 165th Street New Kirk, Ni York 'i are required to .-• ve 1 i' %  the BUI of C .iiipl tint rot Divorce on u %  attorney, I REDRIC R. Ri iSEN, 1521 r.ui American Bank Build la, and to file ginaj answer in the office of the Clerk of thi ( cult Coui • r befi r< %  %  daj of April, A D. 1951, otherwls, the BUI lor Complaint for Divorce filed will %  taken as confessed, Dated this 6th f Law Denied ,v T, "' ; NAME'AND'BT THE AUonda and Dana ffORS" Tlll: "ATE OP Fonda and Dana I %  You Go to Bed TO SLEEP ~N$T TO FRET Ir.vr notice how small 'roubles look big toyou and greater troubles crushing when nervous tension keeps you awake at night? You can't be at your bel mentally or physically unless you get sufficient sleep. Miles Nervine has helped thousands to more restful nights and more peaceful days. Ask your drug^' %  -t for Miles Nervine. Follow the label — avoid excessive use. Effervescent tablets. C and 75c—Liquid, 2>i nnd SI.00. Miles Laboratories, 'nc. Elkhart, H.i IRIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THE8E PRESENTS SHALL COME QBEETING8: This is to certify that, whereas, Milt.,n A. Priedman. Miami. 1 la, Nal l. \\ III an s, Ml tml. Fla. i Catherine Arthur, Mian i. I ,ii,l on the 22nd day of May, A.D 1943, cause to I ihin ovii • %  i Chapter, 10096, Law of Plo : la, \ •of 1925 HIGHLAND I'EVKI.c iPEItS INi ..' a i with • %  prim pal place of b i nl Miami, Dade County, In the State of I 'i ",l. .i %  ri .::,.n ' ut State MURRAY •".' "'I'M VN. Atto :MI Olympla Building Miami, Florida, in II JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I •! %  THE STATE OK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.—IN CHANCERY -No. 139328 ADELINE 8INDON1 STONE, PlainJ;"'.!' .\''! AIXK Tn.NE, Defendant. TO: VRAINE STONE MK .s-uth 12nd Street Philadelphia, Penna. Von ara hereby notified* thai a Hill of Complainl for Divorce has been file.i agalnal you and you are i-i ilred to serve a coi>y %  •! your Answer oi Pleading t,, the Bill of Complaint on Iff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN H EINSTEIN & WEINSTEIN, 420 Lin%  %  R d M ml Beach, Ploi Ida anfl I '•• the original Anxwi 0 | Plea the office of th. Ciei k • %  [ the Clrcu l Courl on or bi fore Api I rd IS ir j ou fall to do so, J idgment b] di fault win be taken against yo \ % %  the rel I den ded In the UII! of Complaint Dated this 51 %  :.,Ma E % %  < LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Cl III Courl Si By R. H RICE, .IR.. Deputj i 1-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE I IRC! IT %  • %  H'RT I IF Tl I E HTM JI'DICI M. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No 139 HELEN GASSETT, I'lnlntiff, vs .i A ME8 i' GASSETT, i '• feni To: JAMES E. 11ASSETT VUGUSTINE STREET ROCHESTKR, N V. Yi ii' an requli ed to* a copy of your Ai.. the Pis An.. 111. -\ and : % %  file the t) of thi C I IhClrcu ; '' •• %  • fore Mad hi i, ,| l,\ \., i DATED at M I Ihls 6 %  U E, II LEATHERMAN, I ,.oi, • • -untj. ci' %  (Circuit i u • Seal) By; w M ^ ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TIN': CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'r FLORHU, IN AND FOR DADE %  H'NTY. — IN I'll VNCERY, No, 139240. WILLIE .in PILLSBURY. Plaintiff, v KEITH LEROY PILLSBURY, i.int. TO: KEITH LEROY PILLSBURY 124 Weel Grand Av, Highland Park I Mich gan I ara hereby ordered and required t" sarve a <%  j %  >,,f > to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, oi which i herewith, on Plaintiffs attorney, and file the oi Igln il in the office ol the Clerk "f the Circuit Courl of Dade County, !'. %  ii Ida, on or 1 efore the 5th daj ol April, 19S1, otherwise the %  ,i Hill win be t.ik, ;i aa n '• ^v,.,| 1)1 \ DATED: Mai ( K B LEATHERMAN, 'ourt. (Cirt i.i i' IUI t 9 Bj \v.\l W SAMUEL .T. HAM' • I illdlng i Ida STI iCKING, MURRAY i;i" I'M VN. 914 olviiinia Building Miami. Florida. 3/9-16-23-30 ST< 'KINO, 1 1 p II Clet k. Attorney NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HERETO GIVEN thai the undersigned *W. Eight SI M .. nami of A-l Llqui erk if in<"; t of D de i MORTON PE8KOE Pri iprletor SAMUEL RUBIN All-no-. .,r I ,.i (20 I. II, -In Road, 3/9-16-23-30 M I '• Fla. SB RIGHT GREASESj IN THE RIGHT PLACESi J£ OPERATIONS" 1. Lubricate C hatijs ^ %  i' ,} Conipltfe r*"-* 2. 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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MUMTi TlarMBER 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS 830,000 Expected at 1st Report leeting; Workers Continue Canvass the words of Rabbi unit; Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Mi-, The teen-age group of the MiWles E Shulman of Riverdale nple.Bivnx. N. Y.. still ringing %  ts ears, an army of volunteers been ringing doorbells city in quest of i, ns to the Combined tish App< al. rThe Jews of Europe and North an ving under a ceiling deadline-." the rabbi informed 1400 wo] ki i who attended the koff breakfast held at the Btwood Hotel Sunday morning. is1 important deadline," stated, "is June 1. On that le the International Relief Orlization which has done much refugees during the past few krs will go out of existence, Jews who received aid from agency will no longer get help. June 1 likewise marks the last that Jews can register for Igration to America under our Lent DP act." he said. "May (rks the deadline for the 50,000 [s in Iraq. Those who have not ; the country for Israel by then 1 forever be barred. This meais l some 13.000 Jews must be got in from Iraq into Israel .he next four months." le rabbi declared that in order tave the Jew? who are facing Becution and cruelty in these as it will be necessary to move linimum of 100,000 men, womand children into Israel in the 100 days, which he de|bed as '"the largest mass mition in human history." J. Kopelowitz, chairman for bmi of the metropolitan unit. Icribcd the needs of the local leficiary agencies. Tred K. Shochet, editor and (Usher of The Jewish Floridian, i is chairman of the metropoliI unit, presided at the meeting. hers who addressed the group pe Samuel Friedland. campaign lirman: William D. Singer, Isident of the Greater Miami ibh Federation; Milton Balp, director of the metropolitan ami Beach Councilman Burnett ami Beach Y met Wednesday Roth, Miami Beach area chairnight for a CJA rall >'Yehuda man of the metroplitan unit: "*" !" ,? noted <| sr ? eli foreign cor., „, K ,, respondent and former head of Morris Klass, campaign director; the United Nations Jewish Teleand Rabbi Murray Grauer. graphic Agencv Bureau in Paris, As The Jewish Floridian went was P rinc >P al speaker, to press, an advance check inHellman, who served for sevdicated that pledges turned in at eral years in Arab countries as the first metropolitan meeting on correspondent for the Palestine Thursday, March 8, at 12:15 p.m. Post, will also speak at a meetat Betty's Restaurant would bring ing of the workers in the metthe total close to $830,000. It was : ropolitan unit on Sunday, March expected the metropolitan unit 111, at 10 a.m. at the Flaglerwould announce pledges of ap> Granada Jewish Community Cenproximately $50,000. Director Klass disclosed that 500 ter, 50 N.W. 51st Place. Several years ago, when years ago, more contributions have given to companying the Anglo-American this year s campaign. ; Committee of Inquiry through the Other report meetings are; Middle East, Hellman was arscheduled for Monday, March 12, ; rested by the Arabs who wanted at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach to prevent his pro-Zionist disJewish Center; Monday, March patches from reaching the world. 19, at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor I Bartley Crum. in his best-seller Restaurant; Monday, March 26, at 8 p.m. at Temple Israel. "Behind the Silken Curtain," devotes an entire chapter to Hellman and this incident, which made international headlines. Raised and educated in Israel. Hellman studied at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and received his degree in political science at the American University of Beirut. The women's gift unit is making plans for a Queen Esther luncheon to be held on March 22. Yehuda Hellman will address CJA Functions Israel Goldstein To Speak At IF Golden Jubilee Sunday night Israel Goldstein, world pish leader, will be featured Mker al the mass meeting |ich will mark the golden jubiI of the Jewish National Fund. fording to Leon J. Ell, presin l 0f the JNF Coun cil of GreatMiami ;,nd chairman of the Bit, Jldstein. rabbi of Congregation nai Jeshurun since 1918, is a rnber of ,)„, executive of the vish Agency and chairman of World Confederation of Genpl Zionists. Former president of the Zionist reanizatiun of America, he was psident of the Jewish National r, chairman of the United r !" A PPeal, chairman of the Pmn Section of British War J'ei. chairman of the Jewish Fncy Political Advisory ComFjee. member of the U.S. DeFpent of Labor Committee on jnugration and Naturalization. I A >--" Iv.ed to appear on the Kian. a ,. e R utri ana Kraye, who gently played Micaela in "Car, ,."' i ac b Goldring. cantor of W, *** Jewish Center; and lictoV ,assbur 8musical confc mK with En n th e arklHki n H '"mmittee are Isidore wtf • ? niel M B road Rabbi s Mescheloff, Samuel Fried, naKl !" ^chachno, Saul AshKff Dr „ David Andron, Mrs. il r ', Nathan Ostrov, Abraarrv nafer Francine Levy, T Levine Gilbert Rappaport Cantor Samuel Kelemer and Sam Prosterman. The Israel cabinet recently voted to transfer an additional million dunams of land to the Jewish National Fund, the land purchasing agency of the Zionist movement, according to information just received from Jerusalem. During its first 47 years of existence, the Jewish National Fund has been able to assemble through purchase, a total of one million dunams. In the course of the last two and one-half years since the establishment of the State of Israel, the total has been raised to two million. Now with the transfer just decided upon by the (Continued on page 2 A) Rankin Objeets to House Portrait Of Maimonides WASHINGTON (AJP) — A campaign to remove all "alien" portaits from the walls of the House of Representatives was launched this week by chief-hater Rep. John Rankin. Rankin appeared especially determined to oust that "ghastly figure of Maimonides who is said to have been a Jewish rabbi in Egypt about 900 years ago." In its stead Rankin proposed that a portrait of Alexander Hamilton be exhibited. But the newspaper which Hamilton founded 150 years ago, the liberal New York Post, has something to say about Rankin's suggestion. Commented the Post editorially: "We are sure that the learned Maimonides, philosopher and physician, would have welcomed the attack of the midget-minded Mississipian. We are equally certain that Alexander Hamilton would have loathed Rankin and spurned his embrace." And as a catchy finale to its editorial blast, the Post concluded "And finally, we believe we would have been spared the pain of this latest Rankin oration if the stupid little man had known that Hamilton founded the New York Post 150 years ago." The Post has been one of Rankin's strongest attackers. Israel Cabinet Defeated 2nd Time JERUSALEM, (JTA)—The Israel Cabinet was again defeated Monday when Parliament by a vote of 47 to 44, rejected the government's "Transition Bill" which amends the procedure to be followed in a partial reshuffle of the Cabinet, redistribution of portfolios, or the resignation of the Premier—which is considered the Cabinet's resignation. Members of the Religious Bloc voted with the opposition to return the bill to the government. Voting for the bill were the Mapai Party, the Progressive Party and the Sephardic deputies. Opening the session. Speaker Joseph Sprir.zak read a letter from President Weizmann stating that after consultations with representatives of various political parties, and after a second approach by him to Premier David Ben Gurion to form a "'caretaker Cabinet," which failed, it is his "careful opinion" that the present Cabinet should remain in office "until new elections and the formation of a new Cabinet under a workable majority." The Parliamentary Legal Committee reported that it has not as yet concluded its deliberations on the election law and will not be able to present its recommendations to Parliament before next week's session. This means that national elections cannot take place before the middle of June, since a minimum of three months must elapse between passage of the law and the holding of elections. 30-Man All-Party Unit Proposed To Supervise Israel's Coming Elections introduced an amendment to the law for military service for women providing that those claiming exemption on religious grounds should be required to do two years of compulsory service in agricultural settlements, military offices or social welfare agencies. The religious parties and the • rabbinate are heatedly opposing %  this measure. The Premier invoked the Bible ; and ancient Jewish history to I support his position, on military service for women. Speaking at a "pasing out" parade of women i Army officers held somewhere in j Israel. Premier Ben Gurion said: i "The Jews were among the first to recognize the equality of women. In ancient times the Jews had four women prophets and | one, at least, commanded a Jewish army." He declared that "while women in military service in peacetime is necessary on military grounds, it also represents I the highest recognition man can give women as equals." Premier Ben Gurion told the : new women officers that a womI an Mania Wilbushewitz. had in%  ; spired the first Hashomer group in Palestine. (The Hashomer was : the first self-defense organization i set up by the Jewish settlers in I Palestine while the Holy Land I was under Turkish rule.) He said I that it would be a contempt of j Israel's young womanhood if they | were deprived of the right to participate in the country's defense. True equality, he added, does ; not mean equality of rights but equality of duties. Man is on a 1 morally higher plane than the animal because of his sense of duty and the highest duty is the soldier's supreme sacrifice. Women, he added, cannot be exempted. "Man is created in the image of Gcd," he quoted, adding "but no: body can affirm that God is mas: culine." He said that women have '. a special function in the army, j to contribute a motherly touch I to the grim, manly atmosphere of military life. JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A 30j man all-party commission to I supervise Israel's forthcoming general elections was proposed by the Constitution and Law I Committee of the Israeli parliament. The committee approved the text of a clause in the new election law providing for such a commission. The supervisory body, according to this clause, would consist of 11 representatives of the Mapai Party five of the Mapam. four each of the Herut and Religious Bloc, two of the General Zionists and one each of the Sephardim, Progressive, Communists and Nazareth i Democrats. The committee is rushing its work to complete the draft of the election law for submission to the parliament at the earliest possible moment. A ministerial committee of the Israeli Cabinet was set up last Friday to consider and clarify a number of questions in connection with the forthcoming elections. Minister of the Interior Moshe Shapiro, a member of the Hapoel Hamizrachi Party, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he had resigned from membership on this ministerial committee since he considers appointment of the committee "political interference with the new elections." Meanwhile, a split threatened a united front of the Religious Bloc in the elections. The Lamifneh, a group within the Hapoel ; Hamizrachi, the Orthodox Workers Party, opposed the party's inclusion in the Religious Bloc and urged that the party run on a separate ticket in the elections or with the Agudath Israel—extreme Orthodox—workers, if the latter made such a request. The dissident group further widened the gap between it and the other religious groups by going on record as approving compulsory service in religious settlements for women claiming exemption from military service on religious grounds, but it opposed drafting them into military units. Premier David Ben Gurion had These Men Addressed 4*6 Workers At Kiekoff Breakfast Sunda y Seated at the speakers' table at the kiekoff breakfast of the rn^Wnld Jewish Appeal are (L to r.) Rabbi Murray Grauer. who ^SStrL^SSaSS^il JKope.owi.. chairmen of_*. Mi-rn. of the metropoUUn unit; Rabbi Irring Lehrman. who gare the invocation; William D. Singer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Fred K. Shochet. chairman of the metropolitan unit; Samuel Friedland. campaign chairman; Rabbi Charles E. Shulman. principal speaker. —Ardmore studio



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DAY, MARCH 9, 1951 • Jew!st,fhridliar ttanduPuting. ,VP David Meyer, trained and rienced handwriting spccialf've vou a check-up. Send at 1 lines written with pen nk-no ball point—in selfpd stamped envelope with Ss-no stamps—to David ,,The Jewish Flondian, Box 2973. Miami Florida. following specimen was itted by 34-year old Caroline jiBC-TV's only distaff lucer A native of Portland, on Miss Burke entered Bryn 1 ii, 1929 as an English major, tour of Europe two years prompted her to switch to he taught the History of Art College for a time and it ,as called by NBC to do a 0 f television programs on bellowed some stints in %  ood and on Broadway, but, j Burke puts it, she wearied jug a "half-baked actress." I admits that even chang. Tjame from Berg to Burke jot help. She returned to as a writer and -became ind in the production end of ion. She wrote and superThe Masterpieces" telecast je Metropolitan Museum ofj he did so well at her asnl that NBC called on her duce a play of her own for "The Masterpiece Playseries. Miss Burke* chose ello's "Six Characters in of an Author" against >riys advice. And despite ion "f a flop, o well liss Burke bee ime estab\. xt on her nt of F-6'\ len, cind M II dral." OIIITIJAIIIES mm DR. LEON JABOLSKY 5, of 7.7 W. Soth Bt.. a ?St here issed away on March He was %  resident physician al Seavlen ll.is/.i'i ,i si,*,, fctand New v.„i, HeTalea LftS^JST;, H',., ^chard Matthew.. of New V..,k. Th< wn ... Mew TgtUitjSXSSrZX menl bj Qordon Cuneral Home. ., .REBECCA KARS fit, of 4688 N. Miami Ave naaaod •way March .. She leave. .',.,' huV band Many; a son, N.-il, „f Miami; a nrotnei' Harry Cabot, nt Newark N I and a sister Mrs Hophle Hllver, ",.i South A in hoy N. j. Services wen conducted at Qordon P nneral Chapel, -A < 5J* ILUP KAPLAN ,0 of S20 KwUd Aye, paaeed away on Marrh J. He leaves his wife \„na The remain* were sent to New York for servicus and interment by li.-Hch Memorial Chapel, 1830 Alton Boed. DAVID MfALOMAN 64. passed away in a local hospital March 3. The remain, were n t lo .y ew *. rk ./ or MrviceH and intornient *y UUK.1I Mnrmrlal Chape], 1850 Alton fioad. • St., passed i a resident LOUIS OAVIS 8, pasaad away in a local hospital this week. He luivex his wife. Jennie Tfce remains were sent to Chtr-agjo for services aad Interment by ileach Memorial Chapel, 1X50 Alton Itoad. REUBEN FRIED 4.1. of 731 Michigan Ayr., passed away this week in a local hospital following a brief Illness He was a resident for 15 years, coming here from New York City. He was engaged in the luggage business here and leaves two brother*, Hyman and Sol, both of Miami Beach. The remains were sent to New York for service, and interment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alt,.,, Road, ISAAC SPIEVACK (if (40 B.W. 15th Ave -„ „ MAR YBROWN N N 2nd h I. She wa, s„i,,\ ,1 "•,"" %  "" % % % %  Hon., Edwa d, Funeral'PhSSfi "'"" '" ''' '" Ordon MTX':;.:; 1 -: 1 ;;,;. „:;;'; %  '"'••'" followed m o. ,^,yWAN GOLDSTEIN Of .),„! s.W. I, it), Te NFANT DAUGHTER 11KS BW^JS'i Th *re J. Gordon. f"' 1 ,?:* ,rd s '. Passed away March -. Arrangements were In charge of SEfL wHS! H m, : '"'"men? took Place In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. FANNIE QLA2ER0FF J" "** 8 w J U> "t, paawd awav tLJXSfSSn %  ••"" her husband, Sam. her mother. Mrs. Lena 9! Morris and daughters. Mr. Anna S?ii f ; So ^ th An, boy, and Mrs. S. Heller, of Columbus, Ohio; also four brothers and three sisters. Services were heM n ciordon Funeral Chapel with interment in Ml. Nebo Cemetery. DR. MORRIS SOLOT who came here three months ago from Jew i„rk, passed away March 2. .N.r\,ces were held at Miami Ileach Riverside. Dr. Solot is survived bv his wife, OUja. BERNARD ABELSON ... of 927 s.W. tth St., passed away ruesday following a brief Illness. He was a resident here eight yean and came from Brooklyn where he was a ,, paused away uniform cap maker. He leaves hi. M ; lh %  :i h|a residence. He was wife, Vetta; son Benjamin ol Miami ;••.>" %  ';" f "K : '"" 'eve. a da four daug Fs, Mr, 'isTeanor Mi Marie Silverman of Miami, and der, Vfi Mary Xeff Mr. uiluVn two so,,. Jullu. Bplevack ol VI >, SS f.gg, "J t .^, ; "' ;•'.'• A v '" Splerack ... %  cmMiami: two brother., £„! of'Buffalo naln. n i and Joseph, of Brooklyn two ; v "":i"'"; • ; %  i 'MS5 hj Beach Memorial Chapel, ISoO Sokolow. of Brooklyn. Mr. Abelaon wa. A """ '•"'"'• Clrcli Kranch 19, v, am and of the Go ALEX SENTER C lb, if the M 16, passed away BUddenl} In eni %  | : ., Cordon hospital. He wa. a winter visitor for r\iner, I i wuh Rabbi Max the past Death occurred 8 ting. Ini ent follow, .1 March •'.. Mr. Senter lenve. I Ml Slnal Cemet, y. Betl two bn thei g, of New fork, where th.' remalna were Rent for servlct s and .:. i Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. ^ r first struck ut the PHILIP SIEGEL .1. of |3i SSamora Av, *ed away on the L'Tth after a oriel II Is survived by hi. wife, Amy. The remain, were sent ," New Vork City for s.i \ Ice. and Intet mi i I bj "Tl Miami Riverside," W. 20th Ave. DR. LOUIS J. WRONKER ns Ave., d ed on F, b27. II. uai ret red N'ea y k I ,| \\ nk, Ii %  nleci Mi s. i : %  ..! i, .. ii,. |. : : .,, Bi nt t., Me Y.a k foi net t Ii a an i Rl versl SAMUEL SILVERMAN ".'.. pass,-,i away Mai h 3 al the Hollywood Beat h Hotel after B Illness The remains were sent to New York f'itv for services and interment by %  •The Miami Rlvt MRS. IDA KRAMER Royal Palm Avi uo wed iwai and sh leav, Irving: one son Andreu; her fathei and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaplan, of Miami Bea, h; and three The remains were sent t*. Brooklyn for services and Interment by Miami Beach Rlv, t side, HYMAN KUZNET 88. of i ii7 r.ih, minis Blvd Coral OableS, passed away Match 3 He Is J ire of W. Piagler .md 20th Ave. \' x %  %  %  %  rhis underwith the icliable on ol : BtronB %  u7'ved bj his wife, Alda. The reilitv -,,. i • mains were sent to Elisabeth, N J ""•• ;" he indivifor services and Interment by "The land in.'-.bility. Miss Miami Riverside," W. Piagler and | ne of sue20th Ave jP 0 1 '" 1 ,nts. FR 'h' vations in JOSEPH KAPLAN 67, of 4215 s'.w. 7th Ave., passed --•—""•" "' away Match 4 He leave* his wife, the slant of Lena; daughters, Mrs. Ann Green and Mrs. Shirley Gordon, both of Miami. antl another daughter, Mrs. Mary Zack. of I>etroit. Services wet nducted nt "The Miami Itlv.t side." West Piagler a I Mth Ave,.with HabssV Mottis Skon officiating. Interment followed In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. 'ting. The slant is to the stead of the usual right. gam we have the em personality and career. jurke has instinctively r herself the so-called problem." She rebelled the usual role assigned to > our culture, that is, of beinii a man's helpn the ideal qualities of f. softness, yieldingness, m dependency. Miss L e J rly self -sufficient, am and as free from il, aa is possible for a iff l J b0 She is amaz s disciplined. And, :.i! our conceptions of the rjse, pleasure and luxury g "'th the theatre. Miss nas achiever] Spartan-like pfMt and self-denial. H th '; slant is leftPng tV' '' PS m0Ve t0 ble in hJ n s '-"especially burs A e Worda Really" Aain we have the HARRY SIEGEL 69, of ?..1T1 S.W. "1st St passed nway March T,. He leaves his wife. Hay. son. Sidney, of Miami: and daughters. Mrs. Sam Sloan, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. Jim Waldman. of Los Angeles. The remains were sent to Cincinnati for services and Interment by "The Miami Riverside," West Flagler at 20th Ave. HYMAN BONN 69. of 811 N.W. Wth St passed away March S. The remains were Sen] to New Vork City fnr services anil Interment by "The Miami Riverside, West Piagler and 2th Ave. S&NDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. Fancy Catering Weddings, Parties & Banquets PEARL GOTTESMAN New Phone 86-5363 August Studio OF INTERIOR DECORATING 1230 Alton Road Ph. 5-1024 PAGE 9 B HENRY GOODMAN %  I Brooklyn and Miami Beach, beloved father of Bessie Kra towsk Abraham, Jacob and Dr. Mortis tioodIRVING SILVERSTEIN ...'. of 4581 Jefferson Ave., a winter visitor from Atlantic Beach, U I., passed away March 2. He leavi man, and beloved grandfather and wife, frances; two ighters, one great-grandfather, passed awa> Tut brother and t.. sisters Th, r, ;'•', ; %  •• %  % %  runeral services were were sen) to Par Rockaway foi n.i.i in Brooklyn rhursdaj after,, ,,..| Iffterment by Miami Beach %  :' the Rlversldi VI norlal Chapel. Riverside Interment followed in Mt. Lebanon etery, I %  ig Island. MRS. ANNIE R. ELLIS .'.". ui ..lb w. 42nd St., passed away In a bea h hospital Februai \ 2i .• formerly resided In Richmond, Va„ where the remains were sent for services and Interment by Miami l:-aeh Riverside. Surviving are thfee brothers. MRS. MOLLIE COHEN • 0, passed away on February ::v She resided at "00 Ocean Drive and leaves her husband, Nathan; three sons and two daughters. The remains were sent to New York for uervlces and Interment by Miami Beach Riverside. MRS. EDITH ARONOFF • 850 S.W. 5th St., pa.--.-d away Monday. She was a resident her, I r seven years coming from VVooater, Mass. She leaves two sons, Leonal I and Marvin, of Miami: four broth, sidn.-y Shapiro, Norfolk, v.,.. Jacob and David, or Springfield, Masi William, of Providence R I .: two Slaters, Mrs. Jennie Hurwltch, of Boston, and Mis. A. Wolfe, of Miami. The remains were sent to Springfield for services and Interment bv (jordon Funeral Home. LOUIS TFEFFER 66, of 16vi James Ave., a winter visitor, passed away on March I. He ,M survived by his wife, Fanny; one son, Nathaniel and a daughter. Mm. Irving Hyman, of New York City. He was the owner of the Salta Knitting Mills The ten.amwere sent to New York for services and interment by Mlnmi Beach Rlrerslde. *RSESTHER HIRSCH RJ. of 1010 Kuclid Ave., a former resident of Brooklyn, passed away March 2nd. She leaves seven sons. The remains were sent to Brooklyn for services and interment by Miami Beach Riverside. WHY / YOUR BEST BUY Block from Timei Square .. Woftuna dHtance to everything worthwhile. HOTEL LINCOLN 44th to 45th STS.ar 8th AV. NEW YORK 1400 Room., each with Tub and Shower, from $300 1 WANT MY MILK And Be Sun rn FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek !* %  o Art •'' I ^^ TONIGHT FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. • NO MINORS ALLOWED MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. plenty of artistry. 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