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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
j^ME 24-NUMBER 11
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Appeal Pledges Total saitumi n ftnA r _~~T~ TTTI----------------------
sffiOSSttia see- rCoffibrUntt* rm "Jews Senators To Present Bill For Aid To Israel
Pledges of $888,194 nave Deen
turned in to the Combined Jewish
Aooeal. Samuel Friedland, cam-
naisn chairman, announced at a
I report meeting Monday night at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center.
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"Superhuman efforts will have
in be expended if we are to meet
goal of SI.470.570," Friedland
A.....wr\a!tfn will H* JUf*-
loui
I said
saKt "Our campaign will be suc-
cessful only if every volunteer
covers every card still in his
possession."
Fred K. Shochet, chairman of
Ithe metropolitan unit of the ap-
Ipeal issued a call for additional
I volunteers still needed to contact
I prospects.
Ben Essen served as master of
(ceremonies and George Chertkol
I was principal speaker.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
Sholem. Sontup
Ifeatured speaker at the report
[session slated for Monday, March
119, at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor
|Restaurant.
An address by Sholem Sontup
[will wind up the report meetings
Ion Monday. March 26, at 8 p.m. at
[Temple Israel. The meeting will
[be dedicated to the metropolitan
land winter residents units.
I A veteran of World War I in
[which he was a soldier in the
[Jewish Lemon, an international
[unit attache i to the British Army,
ISontup saw extensive service in
Egypt and the Holv Lyd for a
[period of two years. Today less
[than 30 years Liter he sees a land.
[formerly peopled mostly by
[wandering Arabs, populated and
[fleve.oped until it holds more
Ittan a million Jews.
An experienced journalist, who
"as written for a number of U.S.
ar.a Canadian periodicals. Sontup
,j nbscrver and thorough
student of Jewish events.
A native of Eastern Europe,
sontup came to the United States
-t an early age. He attended the
[University of Manitoba, Winnipeg,
courses at Columbia University
New York City.
On Wednesday. March 21, at
the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel
the restaurant division of the
trades unit will hold a testimonial
buffet honoring Louis Shapiro,
prominent New York attorney
who represents a number of
restaurants there.
Mayor Harold Turk of Miami
Beach will serve as toastmaster.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Irwin Cass and Sid Paller.
The women's gift unit will
culminate its activities with a
Purim luncheon to be held on
Thursday, March 22, at 11:30 a.m.
at the Miami Beach Athletic Club.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner and Mrs.
David Harris are in charge of ar-
rangements.
On the same evening the
metropolitan unit will conduct a
fund-raising meeting at Monti-
cello Park. Chairman Shochet will
preside.
Israel Voices
ffPain" Over
I Commutations
TEL AVIV, (JTA)The "pro-
found pain" of the Israel govern-
ment and people over the decision
of the United States High Com-
missioner in Germany author-
izing commutation and reduction
of sentetnees pronounced by the
Nuremberg military tribunal on
a large number of major war
criminals was formally communi-
cated to the United States by
Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett.
Mr. Sharett handed to Monett
Davis, the American Ambassador
in Tel Aviv, a memorandum ex-
pressing and discussing the Israel
government's views. He referred
to the Landsberg documentary re-
port issued by High Commissioner
James J. McCloy on the subject
and pointed out that the report
stressed the calculated sadism of
the crimes perpetrated by the
war criminals whose sentences
have now been reduced.
The memorandum refers to the
fact that even the seven death
sentences which it said the Amer-
ican authorities in Germany had
no choice but to uphold had not
yet been carried out and were
'now subject to renewed appeals.
The High Commissioner's ac-
I tion, it went on, to a large meas-
ure had undone the great achieve-
1 ment of the Nuremberg trials
which had established the basic
principle that there were certain
basic rules of morality which no
state or no government can dis-
regard with impunity and indivi-
duals found guilty of their viola-
tion are to be held personally
liable and not to be permitted to
escape on the ground of "superior
orders."
Point r Aid To Israel Signed
Israel
official signing of the historic agreement under which
Priri?". Jeceive Bid l'm he United Slates under provisions of
one f .v T.ruman' "Four Point" program is recorded (aboTe)m
.L hr*t Photos of the signing in from the Jewish state. The
Affair^"1*" gned by Moshe Sharett. Minister of Foreign
Monn.;. JLha MwlT appointed American Ambassador to Israel.
ne" B. Dayit. (American Jewish Press photo)
In Acute Danger
,T.uL AVIV' fJTA)The lives
of the 54.000 Jews remaining in
Iraq were reported to be in
jeopardy as uncontrolled mobs
swarmed through Bagdad looting
Jewish shops and attacking Jew-
ish pedestrians. Police made no
efforts to protect the attacked
Jews, but Iraqi troops have oc-
cupied the Sayyar Bazaar, near
the Amoun Bridge, which is the
center of the jewelry trade, and
are denying Jewish "shopkeepers
access to the area.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi authori-
ties have moved quickly to pre-
vent Jews from trasferring any
of their property or assets. Jew-
ish propertly has been confiscated
and Jewish bank accounts frozen.
Authorities supervising the de-
parture of Jewish emigrants to
Israel are seizing their personal
effects and the 50 pounds in cash
emigrants were formerly per-
mitted to take, and compelling
them to leave completely penni-
less.
The 300 immigrants who ar-
rived at Lydda Airport in the
first direct Bagdad-Lydda flights
of the Bagdad airlift, came with-
out even a change of clothes.
They reported that their luggage
was seized at the Bagdad airport
and they were permitted to leave
only in the clothes they wore.
They reported that during the
last few days Jews have been
attacked by mobs in the streets
of Bagdad and that Jewish shops
in the clothing bazaar were com-
pletely looted. Jewish shops in
other quarters were pillaged as
well. In every case where the
police were called, they said, the
police came long after the mobs
had swept on and after the dam-
age had been done.
Jews are not allowed on the
streets of Bagdad carrying par-
cels, the refugees reported. Any
Jew carrying a parcel is imme-
diately picked up by the police
and detained pending investiga-
tion whether he is an Iraqi na-
tional or has forfeited Iraqi na-
tionality by registering for emi-
gration. If the latter, he is im-
mediately thrown into prison to
await trial on charges of trying to
dispose of his property.
The central prison in Bagdad
is reported to hold several hun- j
dred Jews arrested in this way
and held without even a pre- j
liminary investigation.
The refugees arrivng here came
in six planes. They were imme- '
diately taken to the Shaar Haaliya
Camp, near Haifa. While con-
cerned about the property they,
had left behind them, they ex- \
pressed fears about relatives and
friends still in Iraq.
The Bagdad-Israel airlift is now
operating at the rate of about
10.000 passengers monthly. Ef-
forts are being made by the Jew- '
ish Agency, which is handling
the transfer of Iraqi Jews, to step
up the rate to 20.000 monthly.
The Iraqi government has es-1
tablished a May 31 deadline for
the emigration of Jews.
Jewish Agency,
Cabinet To Meet
TEL AVIV, (JTA)Members
of the Jewish Agency executive
continued discussions preparatory
to meeting with members of the
Israel Cabinet on the grant of a
special charter to the World Zion-
ist Organization for work in Is-
rael. The charter would define
the role and scope of the Zionist
movement as a partner of the
government in building up Israel.
It is understood that opposition
to the grant of such a charter has
greatly diminished in government
circles and that the question now
is when the Cabinet should sub-
mit a draft law to Parliament.
Some members of the Cabinet
hold the view that the issue
should be deferred until a new
Parliament is elected.
By BORIS SMOLAR
WASHINGTON TRENDS:
Two important Senators wij^ soon present a bill in the Senate
I requesting the U.S. government to give $150,000,000 to Israel this
year as a grant-in-aid One of them is Sen. Paul Douglas of
Illinois, a Democrat, while the other is Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio,
auRepublican A Para'lel bi-partisan bill will be introduced in
, the House The bill has every chance of passing if the State
Department does not object to it .There are indications that the
State Department may advance arguments aimed at hampering
passage of the bill And it seems that the British Embassy in
j Washington, aware of the preparation of such a bill, is trying to
influence its progress by urging that Israel should get American
I grant-in-aid assistance on certain conditions only Washington
I is watching with interestand with apparent approvalthe British
| moves to consolidate the defense of the Middle East against possible
Soviet aggression Israel is destined to play no small role in
this plan Units of Commonwealth "troops from India, Australia
and New Zealand may soon be sent to the Middle East in token
: strength, to be followed later by effective contingents British
i troops in the Suez area have been increased to their highest strength
I since the evacuation of British armed forces from Palestine This,
, despite Egyptian pressure for the removal of such troops from the
Suez zone ... A plan to station British troops in the Israeli Negev,
between Gaza and Eilath, is also under discussion However, this
plan is encountering widespread opposition in Israel Not only do
the Herut and Mapam oppose it, but also other groups These
opponents consider the stationing of British troops on Israeli soil
abrogation of Israel's sovereignty and too close a return to Mandatory
conditions .

COMMUNITY CURRENTS:
Although no exact data is available, it is estimated that Ameri-
can Jews contributed last year about $200,000,000 to Jewish charity
. The Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds have provided. 66
agencies with about 120 million dollars Three-quarters of this
sum went to the United Jewish Appeal, but a dozen other Israeli
agencies were also among the recipients There were also other
overseas agencies, not to speak of domestic health and welfare
agencies, religious institutions, educational institutions and com-
| munity relations agencies The Zionist Organization of America
is in a dilemma Should it hold its annual convention this year
before or after the World Zionist Congress? Usually the ZOA
convention takes place in the summer This year, however, ZOA
leaders are inclined to hold the convention in autumn, in anticipa-
tion that the World Zionist Congress will take place in July But
will there be a Zionist Congress in July? Many American
Zionists doubt it The date of the Congress has been postponed
j several times, and only last week it was announced that the Congress
will finally take place at the end of July However, all indica-
tions point to the fact that this may be the last postponement .

ISRAELI MOODS:
Should women be drafted into Israel's armed services or its
i auxiliaries? ... A local Gallup Poll on this issuewhich is now a
j subject of sharp controversy between Premier Ben Gurion and the
I Orthodox Blocproduced very interesting results More than
2.000 men and women over 18, from all walks of life, were chosen
'systematically from the lists of the 1948 census and interviewed
I at their homes The answers have shown that 52 percent of the
, population favor women serving in Israel's peace-time army, while
48 percent are opposed This is quite a large proportion com-
' pared to that found in a survey of American soldiers during World
i War II Only 25 percent of the U.S. Army favored the drafting
of women Another poll in Israel sought to establish public
| sentiment on the question of whether women should vote or occupy
I important positions in the government The results of the poll
'showed that 92 percent of the population believe that women should
have the same opportunities as men, w,hile 8 percent are opposed
to equal rights for women The opponents are religious elements
who claim that according to the Torah the woman's place is in
the home Members of the collective settlements are entirely in
favor of equal rights for women, yet 19 percent of them oppose
drafting women into the armed services.
PURIM MARKS TRIUMPH OVER HATE
The Esther Scroll, or Megillah, tells the story of Queen Esther
and King Ahasuerus and the unsuccessful p'ot of Haitian to
annihilate the Jews of ancient Persia. The Megillah shown above
in its exceptionally beautiful silver filigree case is on view at the
Jewish Museum of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in Cincinnati


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+Jewish fhrldSan
FRIDAY, MARCH leW
Zionists Will Hear
Senior Israel Consul
Joseph Nevo. senior Israel con-
sul of the Israeli Consulate Gen-
eral. New York, will addn
joint meeting of the six local
Zionist districts on Monday, April
9. at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi
Jewish Center.
Seymour B. Liebman,
chairman. Miami Beach Zi
District, announced Nevo's ac-
ceptance at a iro the
rs of the M Miami
Beach. Coral Gables Zionist Dis-
tricts and the Miami and Miami
Beach Ml V ung Zionist
Districts.
Nevo was born in Chattanooga,
Tenn., and in 1921 at the age of
two. was taken by his parents to
. 1. where he has lived since.
Before entering Israel's diplo-
Off the Record
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
Belgian Concert Soprano To Appear
In American Debut At Miami Beach
ABOUT COLUMNISTS ... .
Westbrook Pegler may not like this but a recent poll sh
'.
he was i n
....
19 During
11 .
ri : ii ti n
E...-". .
Dunnj l's m-
n the defens
Ji i usali m. At the
tii he entered I i
- rvice.
Appointments to the i
i :ttee. under the chairman-
ship i>f Liebman. will be made
bj All x Van Straaten, president.
ni Beach Zionist dist
dlin, president, Mi-
ami Zionist district: N
Lyons, president. Coral Gables
Zionist district; Rabbi Jacob J.
Honig. president. Hollyw
Zionist district: David Goodw.n.
president. Miami Beach Mas la,
Young Zionist district: and Don
Schrager. president. Miami Young
nist district.
Center Plans Purim Ball
A Purim ball and mock
riage. sponsored by thi
Center in cooperati.u.
Dora Stein Sisteih PTA.
will be presented Sun.:
25. at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Herman Miller
nan. assisted by David G.
Charles Fidel: Pal
fii Mej : Sim Na-
han Shankin.
All proceeds will go t
he center's buildir.
He was said t. have had an inci n j *"5,?00. from his
ed m 40ll 200 weeklies The
: all columnists (Wall to be the son of a
sh cantor. He is not only a fast taUterbut a fart
thinker as well. There is ... storj I I the late F.D.R. once in
Winchell to the W x for a five minute talk. New.spapermen
outside were waiting for Walt. I tell them what the Piesident
said. Time pat I there was no Walter. The men grew im-
patient, certain that Walter had left through the back dooi. Aftii
three-quarters of an hour he emerged silent but smiling. He refused
to talk to the newsmen. Latei. when newspapermen asked F.O.K. wny
he detained Winchell so long, the President laughing y replied that
Winchell talked so long and fast that he had no chance to even
exchange proper greetings with him. let alone say a few words,
r too is a product of the East Side ... The youngest and one
of the most successful Jewish columnists is Leonard Lyons who
pens his tuff under the title Lyon's Den. Incidentally, it was Walter
Winchell who suggested the title. Lyons' rise to columnistic fame i
was sensational. Onlv in 1934 he was a fifty-dollar-a-week man
on the New York Post, and even that job was tottering. This product
.1 the East Side came of a family where Yiddish was spoken. His ,
ned English when his columns began attracting!
n and she was the proudest mother in the world when she |
could translate the stories of her illustrious son to the Yiddish-
ting neighbors. Lyons was born Lipshitz The oldest of the
. sts is Walter Lippman. His column however is of a
nature. He is famed for ability to analyze and interpret,
world-wide political events He is m re the professor and lecturer
than the columnist. His lang heavy and burdensome but his ;
analysis of situations fl n weighed carefully in the highest i
circles However, he has not been too popular a figure with regards
to Jewish matti
FROM MANY CORNERS .
The personal feud which developed between Jsacahar Miron
and Julius Grossman over thi popular song Tzena. Tzena" has
:. end. Tiie pea was the Zionist'
ugh ZOA intercession the two men
: u] P the $100,000 law suit. j
: tv will have been appropriately signed and celebrated |
int American distributors of
in Israel are quite happy these days. A survey of cinemas:
. key citii that Ami in pictures are the most
Israel. In 1950 L'.S. companies obtained 73.3'; of all the
mntry. Ol the order of im-
G tain 0.3.. Russia 4 3';. Yiddish pictures
;:. 2.1 Hungary 1.3' and Israel 1',. Red
it box office attra ti
in 1950 with a 12-week run at top attendance. The next
I picture was Johnny Belinda, Warner Bros., with a
eleven weeks in Tel Aviv The liberality of Jewish
philanthropic giving is reflected in a recent survey by the Greater!
York Fund. In 1950 the Federation of'Jewish Philanthropies |
in New Void raised SI 1.105.000. or more than twice as much as the
amount raised by the Catholic Charities and the Federation of I
Protestant Welfare. The Catholic group raised $4,780,000 and the !
Protestants S3.685.000 .
NOTE ON A CONTROVERSY .
At a recent literary event in Lindon. the noted poet T. S. Eliot
I he was an anti-Semite. This confession sounds out of tune
- of his "Wasteland." The poet now claims he did not mean
i say what the words conveyed. If so Eliot is a poor artist by all I
standards. If he wants to make amends for his sins he ought to be
courageous enough to disown that work. Otherwise he must remain
in our books what he isa spiritual affinity of the madman Ezra
Pound.
Beth Jacob School To Hold Carnival
Beth Jac ib Religious School
will .-; its annual Purim
v..l or. Wednesday. March
in the David Whit-
:. in Hall.
Children of the school will
ical program and a
' :: im debate. A mas-
n which ...
take part will be
The Community Concert Series
announces that on Wednesday
evening. March 21. at 8:30. it will
present Suzanne Danco, Belgian
soprano, in concert at the Miami
Beach High School Auditorium.
MiSS Danco is making her
American deubt during the 1050-
1951 music season with an in-
troductory tour of the leading
cities of the country. She has ap-
peared in concert with many of
dude several Schubert selection,
Serenade, Ave Maria, GretcheTIt
the Spinning Wheel; selections k'
Mozart, and French 3? 5
Duparc, Faure and Debussy
The Community Concert Sprio.
is sponsored by the YM & \vili
of Miami Beach, and tickets a
available at the office of g
Suzanne Danco
Europe's leading orchestras and
her repertoire includes the lead-
ing roles in more than 20 operas,
both standard and lesser-known
modern works. Miss Danco has
also appeared at the Edinburgh
Festival, and the Theatre San
Carlo in Naples, in recent months
prior to her American tour. She
is a member of the La Scala
Opera of Milan, is an accom-
plished linquist. and sings all
works in the original editions of
the language in which they were
wi itten.
Miss Danco's program will in-
To Review Book
Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will
review the new book, "The He-
brew Impact on Western Civiliza-
tion." edited by B. D. Runes, on
his radio program on Saturday,
March 17, at 11 a.m. over station
WINZ.
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judged by a committee of the
Sisterhood. Motion pictures will
be shown and a movie will be
taken of all the children of I
school.
Thi' | has been planned
by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and
will be d -. i' int ir Louis
D. Feder and A. J. Safra of the
school facultv.
Rabbi Phillip Cohen
of Israel
Will officiate :n the
ISRAELI ROOM
of the
HOTEL
RAMAZ
For the Entire Passcver
Reservations
Now Being Accepted
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FOR PASSOVER
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Management
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Phone 58-2844
Jewish Funeral Services...
Faithfully, we have served Jewish families for
many years. Reverently, and with a thorough
knowledge and understanding of every detail,
we conduct each funeral in conformance with
Jewish religious traditions.
Surrounded by an atmosphere of dignity and
peace, each funeral conducted in our two
complete funeral chapels is correct in ever?
particular.
. lredK; Shochet. ^airman of the metrooolitan unit'of' th.
Combined Jewish Appeal, li shown h... 7 ,he
Pledge cards to Miami Bet*I Caiman k^re^RoTh 'S****
of the Beach area of the unit. Burnett Roth, chairman
Memorial Chapel
TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Miami
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flUDAY, MARCH-16. 1951
+-Je*ist.fk.rMtan
PAGE 3 A
11 Say...
\ popular saying goes that Toledo is the most
Bnanish city of Spain. Built on a granite mountain
hirh'is ,urrounded on three sides by the Tagus
Star it *as an ideal fortress- The cit>' fies back to
nJehistoric times. Its hoary age strikes the traveler
nmiiis in DV car frorn Madlid on the road straight
wan arrow built by the Romans. He rides over the
anrcnt bridge. Puente de Alcantara, and enters
thrnuch Puerta del Sol, the superb Moorish city
ve under a horseshoe cuspid arch. The effect of
fhe dark, winding alleys, the ornamental Gothic-
Bvz,. itecture. the massive houses with iron
studdec: d > rs, the aged brown walls enclosing patios
rid archaic.
\lis Leg "nst
A cluster of legends envelope its early spring
'.. gods and heroes of Egypt, Pel
Q,e,: the Bible are associated with its be-
rinnin indent Jews occupy a prominent place
amor., ths After the sack of Jerusalem by
I Nebuchadnezzer. a colony of refugees are supposed
to have settled here. Thus Jews were contem-
porary its succession of rulersCarthageman,
Roman. Visigothic, Moorish and Christian. Tfcje line
0{ j, bles born here include Jehuda Halevi
and the sch '!ar-commentator-astrologist made fa-
mous to all the world by Robert Browning in his
optimist'-' poem Rabbi Ben Ezra.
\A Great Jewish Center
With decline of Cordova and the wholesale
[conversions in Seville. Toledo became the largest
IJewii in Spain. Its record for learning, its
;. and its wealth of personalities make
la distil '- tragic, and fascinating story. Here
kettl Abravenel, when he fled from the
i rtu who wanted to lop off his head
I friendship for the Duke of Braganza
From Toledo. Don Isaac was called
I 11a to become her Finance M
IT hi- ; lived in comparative peace and
Toledo: The Royal Capital of Castile
prosperity through the successive conquests. Only
under Christian rule, whether Visigothic or Catholic,
it suffered catastrophic persecutions.
Santa Maria la Blanca
Today there is not much visible evidence left of
the Jewish past, and yet more than in any other
city in Spain. The guide brings the tourist to Santa
Maria la Blanca This remarkable structure, originally
built in the 12:h century for a Synagogue, has a
.mns supporting high horseshoe arches,
which in turn support the roof as in the g ique
of Cordova. After the ution of 1405.
tms Synagogue- v. ted to Christian uses, then
a D;' n asylum for straving
en. subsequently a i use, and
finally a dancing hall. The-. ... caused
much havoc to the original Saracenic beauty of the
interior. Yet this nati r.ument, restored and
reconstructed, still has mu b : its original *.ark
artistry.
Abulafia's Mansion
A show place is the residence of El Greco, the 16th
century painter of startling and novel originality.
But in the 14th century it was the home of Don
Samuel ben Meir Halevi of the celebrated Abulafia
family. He was Finance Minister to the Castilian
King. Pedro the Cruel, who was by no means cruel
to Jews. The finance.- made a double mistake He
joined factional intrigues on the side of the king's
Maria de Padilla. as against the Queen.
He amassed a vast private fortune and thus excited
the cupidity of his master. So in his 40th year, he
was r.cd. tortured, and executed. Needle
say. his wealth was confiscated and the seven cellars.
each beneath the other, under the Palaico del Judio
it's palace), were carefully searched for a
tional treasure. The mar .-. ; its
i r.T.er grace and beauty. tectural distinction
and terra cotta tiling have been imitated and repro-
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
duced in Coral Gables during its Spanish phase in
boom days
1 Transiio
Don Samuel must have had a premonition of early
death. For in his 35th year he began building a
Synagogue that expresses the learning, wealth, taste,
and splendor of Jewish Toledo in 1357. Arabesques,
palm leaves, vines, citrons, lilies, lions, and Castilian
turrets are cut and intervined into the alabaster
like stucco covering the walls and columns. An
arcade of 54 pillars, blind casements and latticed
windows prevent monotony in the noble proportions
'.f tne basilica. Cedars frorn Lebanon were imported
for the ceiling. Beautifully formed Hebrew i-
ved on the walls spell out Biblical quotations that
tandards of taste. In the time of J
trouble, this Synagogue became the Church El
Transito. Today it is a national shrine and a monu-
ment _-'.-nse for beauty, delicacy, grandeur,
and restrained opulence of Spanish Jewry in from its golden age
E! Cristo de la Luz
For some obscure reason. Spanish Jewry was not
history conscious. No one left a chronicle of any
community, although there is ample evidence of a
richly glowing and brilliant past. Gentile folklore
is uniformly hostile and perverse. The legend of El
Cristo de la Luz is typical. In Visigothic times,
people were in the habit of kissing the foot of a
crucifix which hung in a church. Some wicked Jews
smeared poison on both feet. A pious old woman
came in to kiss the toes, and the foot drew back.
n the Moors were coming this cru
hidden. Four centures later the Cid reconquered the
city. Passing a certain church, his horse stopped.
r.d refused to budge. They broke the
and I .: and the light
Such miracle nda is C ite to the
long line | hers, scholars.
financiei i and
worke ; i,.
[Zionist Youth Group
Elects S. A. Goodman
9 elected
! .- Zionist V
its last meeting
. home of
S. A
i
'
O'.h ted were
-: .-: man, Mi-
I Dave Goodwin.
1 / nisi Dis-
pid N :.-, vice chair-
I ZOA: Mrs.
vice chairman,
sche-
1 Irs. H. Gei
... y: Mrs. H. C.
tj',1' "' means; and
F n:sh. Brandeis
t
lained that the
[v Commission is
efforts of the
" in of America
r : iah into sti
|l nd directing the
I pment of the
; Zi mist youth
vice president of
.-. Zionist District,
: board of Temple
|- vice president
It,; region of the
Carnival Planned
|By Hebrew School
,, '' >n of Purim. stu-
">f the Hebrew Academy
Iwiii hold a carnival on Thursday.
22, at the academy, 918
I. St. Miami Beach.
I Tne academy children will come
laressed in original Biblical cost-
Uh% ??d notable characters in
line Bible and in Jewish history.
IJ-nzes will be awarded for the
most original costumes.
bpecial booths representing the
ir:rn theme will be set up in
we Playground of the academy.
Included will be "Shooting
thtm"nr, "Crowning Queen Es-
iner: "Photography Booths;" and
Knocking Hainan's Block Off.'1
Vnjun nr'"se. a merry-go-round,
*"?. P?n>' rides for the children
wi also be featured.
LrA?tliting ln the arrangements
,'V".e instructors of the Hebrew
a tngush departments of the
aaemy and a special committee
rL Hebrew Academy women
wns.sting of Mrs. Alexander
K'gan Mrs. Irving Eirtel and
Fenster.
Ifrlli Mioloin To
Burn Mortgage*
Burning of tne moiigaee
was redeemed during the past
highlight the annual
ting of Temple Beth
Sholom on Sundav. March 18. at
6:30 p.m.
Ai o slated is election of of-
ficers for the coming year. Nomi-
nees include Shepard Broad.
Sidney D. Ansin
Samuel Beckerman, Harry Din-
.n. Judge Kenneth Oka,
vice presidents; Abraham Zinna-
mon, treasurer; I. C. Greenberg.
Abe Solosko. general secretary.
N minated to fill three
p Sts on the board of directors
are Max Dreyer, Frank Kamen.
Alexander Kogan. Allied Rajna.
Seymour Rubin. Samuel Segal.
Jr.. Simon Wolff; two year term.
Dr. Norman Russ: one year
term. Morris J. Kandel.
The congregation's annual re-
port will be presented
form of a dramatic narrative en-
titled "Beth Sholom Marches
On" by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Temple Beth Sholom Chorus will
participate under the direction of
Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Ala
taking part in the program are
presidents of all organizations in
the temple family.
Vacations With Parents
Larry P. ( Dr. and
Mi A. J. Rubin I
'' Inesday
from At!
senior at Era iry
: Rubin is a member
K | :.. sti
. Alpha Bpsilon Pi.
His Irs. Harry G. Pop-
1 lin. and her
I laeL have 1 their va-
cation to with
Popkin is the :
i Mona Rubin. Central Beach
jol teacher.
Several parties have been plan-
ned for the visit rs. before
returns to Atlanta Sunday.
Ladies' Night Meeting
Women's Activities Com::
of the Flagler-Giar.ada J
Community is making
| plans for a "Ladies' Night Meet-
' ing" to be held on March 29 at
8:20 p.m. at t 50 N '''
51st Place.
Rabbits breed from four to
eight times a year.
Leisure Program
Will Be Surveyed
The problem r, -
. n all
;
iation at its r ing at
Israel.
v the
the cor/.. Tl
II includi
"tees rep.
- ed at pr-
. J ,-h Cente. .'-.
A coi
ill be presented to
-.. n
'
H Kap-
lan, preside.'.:
.. t: :..
Grauer of C Ei.
Rabbi Josef)
: R M x -
Beth David, Rabbi Ej.^ Lei .
.: West Miami Jewish Cenl
and Rabbi Mon
'Gables Jewish Center.
Young Adult League
Plans Weekly Dances
The Young Adult League of the
Miami Jewish Community Center
is inaugurating a series of Sunday
night party-dances, with the first
one slated for March 18 on the
center patio.
There will be games, refresh-
ments, and recorded music. In the
event of rain, dancing will be held
indoors.
The first annual Purim ball will
take place at the center on Sun-
day, March 25, and will include
an auction for the benefit of the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
Vanilla is made from dried
and fermented pods of orchids.
Under New Management Phone 4-0129
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FRIDAY, MARCH 16,
EDITORIAL
Thv l.oval Aspvvt
As
up foi the ramp -
..
Appeal .: becom
locci participating agen wholl
ioors
::er. should be stress* .-> more.
At tl l ago ::
the Story :: -:-:: 30JC
q. simple language
We quote hi* poignant message
The Pace Setten Division the Specie] Sifts and
Trades Divisions :r.i die magnificent Women's
Division ill have made thei contributions in the
initial _::.:;e >[ this year's campaign You have
heard others tell :: the needs :: UJA the :the:
overseas needs Deeds -: nationa] agendas Lei
us now tan :: the ooeds :: the local agencies
The Jewish Home for the A?ed sow .~:z -
. newly acquired Douglas Gardens irhera lov-
ing care .; :e.r.; provided for 44 saed z-; ^isrm
Jews who had no home :: other Deans :: sap-
zzr '.:s furnishes a real :.:=:. :: rest ::: seosnry
economic needs This agency rs2 need
7-e Surer-.: -: "e-.cisi Educe: :_ 7- i agewi:
PURIM CALL

= ;- Miami Flagler-Granada.
Ccr< North ~rre Hialeah an
Beccn- landthoui : people
rangmg in rre; tram three tc ninety-three receive
a program :;: normal people The ~k centers
provide the cultural recreational social and
physical activities programs for the Jewish Com-
muniry. These centers rre the ~.ee::.-.= pieces z:
...r.-.y Jewish organizations and r::er sure, activi-
ties as afternoon :..z- scouting summer camps,
lees ere and aduh activities rr.r a progiarr. tor
the Soldes-Age 31uh All day nursery schools
:L..:'Y.-"::v-:" The :ev,:s" Ce":er Association
--.?:s ccnsu.tct:on and sztensioa services to va-
r.cus jewish wgcauzations, JCA s barest needs
'..- o around 5.:: ::: ::: -:: -.he cxreas in 195:
ih Social Service Bureau Reiuree program:
serves all Jewish immkrranta who have come
continuing to come into the Greater Mi-
.--. ea Its genera] purpose is to have them
self-supporting and well adjusted citizens
as soon as possible. It finds homes for them,
es rrr reeds them, and wcrks with other
..-. the community in the social and cul-
ture", adjustment -:' these newcomers, and in
serur.r.rr employment for them. SIOO.OOO will be
teeds for this service in 1951.
The Jewish Vocation Service: has done a
tremendous iob in the procurement of employ-
ment for the refugees and for clients of the JSSB.
For every job obtained there is a great reduction
ir. the relief load of the JSSB. This agency is
saving our community many times its cost of
operation plus the greater accomplishment of
turning an indigent relief case into a productive
good American. The needs of this agency will be
S12.000 in 1951.
National Council of Jewish Women, Miami
Section: This wonderful agency carries on a very
extensive program in our community in its
Service to Foreign Born. Its English classes alone.
among its many other educational services, and
Us c.asses in Americanization have done much
towrend developing fine citizenship among our
Jewish people Just meet some of the newcomers
><>nz Appointed
Chairman Of
Dinner-Dance
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Transcvndina Faiths
New York's newspapers last week headli
the story of an anonymous Jewish bu-'nessn6'"
who donated S2.0C0 toward the rebuild 2
Catholic Church that had been razed by fire
There have been many such gestures 'fa 6
past, both by Jews and Christians. Yet t},J
occurence can never be ever-emphasized 'a'*
world so torn by religious and racial ditierence^
The lesson the story holds is so simple thai I
barely requires comment beyond the assertio^
that it was another expression of the universal
brotherhood of men and of the basic sympathies
men have for each other regardless of faith and
color. However, there was one facet to the slorv
which merits special note. On receivina the air1'
the priest of the church humbly remarked that %
some ways this curse (the fire; could be con-
sidered a blessing." If the destruction of the holy
sanctuary has, inded, brought about better rela-
tions among the diverse religious elements in the
district where the church was located, the fire
that licked the edifice did more than to merely
destroy a buildingti destroyed walls separating
men from men and faiths from faiths.
after they are here a few months. The result
speaks for itself. This service is askinq for S5 6
for 1951.
Mount Sinai Hospital: At last we are able to
boast of a first-rate Jewish hospital, modem in
every respect serving its full share of the much
needed hospital requirements of this community
including the part-pay and the free care for those
in need of hospital services. The work of this
hospital is so well known to all of us here that
it is needless to describe the manifold needs
which Mount Sinai fills in our health program,
While their deficit will amount to considerably
over S200.000 in 1951, the community ir. its C. J.
Appeal Drive is being asked to finance S133.0
of this deficit.
I have given you but a very minute sketch of
the local agencies in our drive. All these insti-
tutions are dependinq upon us. They are lookinff
to usWE. THE PEOPLE. They are cryir.-r tor our
help. They plead with us to KEEP OPEN THHff
DOORS. Go out and knock on the doors of ax
Jewish Community today, tomorrow and .all this
week until you cover every one of your cards.
What you now do will be the deciding factor as
to how wide the doors cf these agencies will b
kept open.
The major portion of the first money collected
has already been pledged for the paramount task
of keeping the doors of Israel open.
If the local agencies are aoing to remain is
operation, it is imperative that every worker, as
well as every citizen of the Jewish community,
contribute as much as he can.
Mtaroi Chapter
Slates Supper
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Beth David PTA
Slates Purim Fete


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premises toe.
Musical Program
Planned For Aged
An
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Beach pianist
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Purim Masquerade Ball
F Ik

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Temple Isaiah Makes
Plans For Seder Rites
:_ | -
.-
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Mii B**c.-
-
de by
- .-
Games Night To
Aid Cancer Drive
Roosevelt Temple 33 of the
Pythian Sisterhood will hold a
nes night on Wednesday.
rch 21, at 8:30 p.m. at the
Dora August Memorial Hall. Pro-
ceeds are earmarked for the
I rthcoming cancer drive in
which Pythian Temples through-
ut the United States and Canada
''A participate.
Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks, excellent
- nior of the temple, is general
ichairman of the event. Assisting
Mrs Lewis Pomerantz, co-
rman. Other aides include
Mrs. Manuel Rudis. Mrs. Morris
Cotzin and Miss Rickie Brooks,
seats: and Mrs. Nat Miller, re-
freshments.
Linen Shower Held
Miami Beach Chap:
| rachi Women held a I
n Tuesday at the S-
:. Miami Bea
11 nsburg' and hit 'ere
| hosts to the group.
Mrs. Joseph Brenner was chair-
man of the event. Co-chairman
was Mrs. Ida Wes
Dr. Blumenthal To Speak
Dr. Seymour Blumenthal. prac-
ticing psychologist, will speak on
"Your Relationship with Adu.t
Children" at a meeting of t
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami Jewish Community
Center on Sunday. March 18.
2:30 p.m. at the center.
-
Israel Linen Shower
and
-
Women.
th Ave.
-peaker will be Mrs
ar/1 the singing
and Loma will en-
- Admission will t
I BSS

Playlet To Feature
Purim Celebration
A Purim festival will be held
Sunday. March 18 at 4 p.m. at the
Kneseth Israel Congregation,
sponsored by the Sisterhood. Mrs.
Esther Eisenstein. president, an-
nounced.
A playlet bv the Hebrew and
Sunday school pupils will por-
tray Um story of Purim. Holidav
will be sung bv Cantor
am Seif. and a full-length
movie. -Queen Esther." will be
wn.
Idren participating include
Stanley Citron \ man Farber.
Leonard Stolzenberg. Irving Gold-
x Bi rk< Harris Buch-
. binder. Phyllis Lovitch. Mai
n. Harold Wilen
.Lipton Sandra Rosen, Nancy
.Klein. Phyllis Goldberg. I
t tf. Iris G St'eve
l.m^r& nma Mermgoff and
Jimmy Dublin.
Jewisl)thrktiar
Published every Friday ">''?
bf The Jewish Floridtan at 120 N.. *
.Sixth itreet. Miami 18. Florida. E"*
: tered aa second-class matter July J
I 1S0. at the Post Office of W'"1
I Fla.. under the Act of March 3, "
The Jewish Floridian has *bsorMi
the Jewish Unity and the Jew'"
Weekly Member of the Jewieh TOP
graphic Agency. Seven Arts f,J,u7
Syndicate, Werldwide News Bsoaj
1 National Editorial Association. An"Jj
can Association of EnfllishJewii
Newspapers. Florida Press Associate-
The Jewish Floridian does n
ruarantee the Kashruth of the nw
chandlse advertised In columns.
SUBSCRIPTION R*TES:
On. Year _________~
Two Years ____-- --_"
FRED K. SHOCHET"
Editor and Publisher
LOUIS ARONOVITZ
News Editor
OFFICE and PLANT
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Telephones 2-1141-25W.
Volume 24 .Number H
ADAR II 8. 5711
FRIDAY, MARCH 16. 19}l


y-pmav MARCH 16, 1951
^Jenisfirirrirl^
Education Bureau
\ames Committees
I the Bureau of
, have been an-
Max Meisel, presi-

the constitution
Si I
that instru-
e are Louis Hei-
; Harold Sha,
[rs Seymour Liebman
i Ell. The commit-
poasibilities of
,!1 schools is headed
\ G icd'.nan and includes
Shapoff. Ben Zion Gins-
beV'e and Ehiel Lesowoder.
assistance commit-
tee to "9 ""' applications for
Scholarships and allot transporta-
on funds includes Joseph Dun-
tov, chairman; Dr. M. J. Glick,
j)r David Andron. Norman Ross-
man. Eli Hurwitz, Israel Shapoff,
Ehiel Lesowoder, Steven Simon
ind Rabb; Israel Shoulson.
The nominations committee in-
cludes Rabbi Leon Kronish. chair-
man; Eli Hurwitz, I. R. Goodman,
Pr. H. Queen and Harry
Simonhoft.
The education committee con-
rabbis and educa-
rs of local schools
MarcB 15. at 10:30
fice of the bureau
I Passover unit
A pi sored by the bu-
..il committee of
. H I i will
: i] m a co
pers inalities
:'. 3 rid 4. The
:i to function
Plans Being Made For
Center Mass Meeting
Ida P ip trary chairman
tivities commit-
. Jewish Corn-
announced that
ing formulated
llor a : eeting of women
membi'- renter to be held
: thi xl two weeks.
While details have not been
[completed. Mrs. Forer stated that
l".he present plans call for a dessert
I luncheon meeting at which the
Ipu.-poses of ".he new women's
Ffi.-oup will be explained. There
will be an exhibit of center ac-
idities.
"A GOOD NAMfc
is more to be
treasured than richea."
Proverb:
GORDON
FUNERAL
r~ HOME
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
Flaglcr-laranada
IMaiiK IVsiival
Flagler-Qranada Jew
munity C nt. r Sunday
:1 hold a Purim test
Sunday. March 18, at 7 p
the center.
Highlight of the affair will be
the pn of tl
"Queen I Members of the
drama group, un H
Marks, will otter a skit, enti
"Purim Pinocchio." Part
will be Ben Clein. Raj
Levine. Herman Marks. Mrs. U
Rothstein and Mrs. Paul Marks.
Also slated to perform is the
Hebrew school chorus under the
i direction of Leo Heim.
Elaine Newman and Stephen
Edwards have been choosen by
the Sunday school to rule over
the affair as king and queen.
I Pages will be Rhonda Shankman
I and Herbie Meyer.
All students will be attired in
costume.
PAGE 5 A
Council Women To Hold Card Contest
fiiS'JS8 years the na
GORDON has been as-
sociated with serv.ee to
Grter Mian,, Jew.sh
causes
J" >'ur time of need let
* he'P you as we have
on for other gratefu-
families
GORDON
71 S.W. I2th Avenua
Phon. ^-3431 or 9-1436
/ I AHERN
funeral Director
Plans are nearing completion
' Friday, March 23.
Council Card Contest," this
I for!
'.
'' i n, ac-"
!
i imbers of'
>t the council
d an invitation to at-
tend a luncheon and card party
at the home of a hostess in her
neighborhood. Several week
membi .tted cards
to urge them to begin saving
quarters to accumulate the five
dollars which will entitle them '
to luncheon. The money also;
serves as their 1951 pledge to
support all council projects.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is chair-
man of the event.
Standards for determining'
scores for the various card games
are being established, and the Mi- ;
ami Section's "best card player" '
will be awarded a trophy which
will be presented at the next
council meeting. A second prize
will be awarded to the runni
North Shore Units
Will Hold Social
Academy Student To
Receive Scholarship
A t iip in dra
ii Mi imi will be

at the
Beach's Dramatic Academy.
The drama award :s for a full
in dramatics at the uni-
versity.
mgements for the scholar-
ship were made by Lillian Fox
and Ruth E. Foreman, co-direc-
tors of the Dramatic Academy, in
cooperation with the un
drama department.
Fred Koch and Sam Hirsch of
the drama department will be
among the judges who will select
the winner.
Plans are being made to have
eight participants for the award
next year, according to the
Dramatic Academy's directors.
A "fun night" and social f-
ing Edr; \ :nan. radio com-
and disc jockey, will be
|sponsored b -
L 'Ige and v. of
E'nai B'nth on M n la ".
10. at 8:15 p.m.
I C .hen. progi am
:i f ) the I :. a:-
i for va
lists 1 pp ^ quiz
.'.ith prizes for the wil
will be conducted by Newman.
Official election for 1951-52 of-
ficers for the lodge will be held
and the women's chapter will
present a slate of candidates for
the coming year. Assisting Mr-
Cohen with arrangements will be
Melvin Pazol, lodge program
chairman. Leo Steinman and the
Mesdames Aaron Tubin. Aaron
Kelman and George Kimmel.
Presidents Mrs. Bernard Hoff-
man and Leonard Tobin will pre-
side at the brief business sei
preceding the program.
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. ienist ncrkttan
FRIDAY, MARCH 16
"Strictly Neighbors
>>
By HELEN ALPERT
Pra;ne Avenue's Mr. ar.d Mrs. Joseph Sha-.vrr.ut left for New
Y
Rome
fork, to sail April 3 for a tour of Europe, climaxed by a flight from
Rome to Israel. At Tel Aviv they'll see tr.eir rr.arried daughter.
former WAVE Mrs. Esther Russcol; and younger aaug.-.ter Shaloma.
who's 20. Shaloma is the onetime U- of Miami ^.udent who copped
-eer vista
Mrs. Ber;
wrote
Simon." Nat. who has been racationing
-ere.
wUl
knighted at the Cornation BalL probably June 9. He *ad Sally
return to Gotham this week, but will be back for poinaaBa-time.
lo join the select circle of Miami Beach Krights of the Festival.
To date, there are o=!v four: August Geiger Mi.ton Lick. Herb
Frir.k and Mark Honeywell. Thaf$ "sir'tainly fine, for Netf.
PERSONALITIES:
rty ,: "
d c v

- His I '
S : u wmgi thawi
5 closer 3 c at Cornell _
Brand-i : S ~ '" ~?'x'"'g '-- -"-er
H tel Ed:son .
. : :.:.-.rvah the .-
- a -skating fours
INTERIOR NOTES:
Fascinating gadget in the breakfast room of Jack Mir.tzer's
exquisite new home'en North Bay Road is the inter-com system
clicked to every room. His private phone is attached to a little
swinging bedside door. The cocktail-table in the living-room is a
Ircpical aquarium which lights up at night Sam Jamison uses
the same idea, but different, in his bachelor's suite in the Rio
Hotel. His huge cocktail-table is a glassed-in collection of fine
shells also illuminated at night. Sam leaves for Europe on May 1,
for four rr.cr.:hs. primarily lo examine television techniques in
Italy The magnificent-sized home of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard H.
."acebsor. has that indispensablea phone in darn near every room.
Ar.r darn if their phones don't work better than minefor a day
and a half I'd been trying to reach Sid McMath. Governor of
Arkansas, and on a hunch I gave it a twirl on the Jacobson's wire.
Prestc: there was my man. 88 blocks away, fresh in off the plane.
Or TOUR:
--....-. v.' Hepoeris and everj bit : h:~ is enthusiastic
recent M M nufacturers Exhibit Hia showing of the
'."- Wall Company's clever built-in wardrobes ar.d elotets-with-
;!.;..-.;-:. ..-; pi mptly netted a b:g-scale order for the new Ben
E on Tr isure Island The Belrr.ar Heel's Al Pollack loves
:- : Sow associated with the C PA. offices of Lewis
Stemshein -; _.-..-. Max Bi Ruth Slotnick took herself
* sun-tan 1 before leaving for Atlar.tic
City : tend H td r. the b-rari-.vaik there. My offer
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trip > That itunnirg modern house jus: over the bend on the
Bay belongs to the Bernard Sharps, who have a northern home
in Long Beach. L- I. Mrv Sharp's next door neighbor is Mrs. Ralph
Shere. They're both wonderful gals and wonderful neighbors.
sharing keen interest in Our Community Mention of the
Schines. up there, ties in with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Laxarus. who
are vacationing here from Gloversville. N- Y.
THANKS AGAINto everybodyfor your phone calls and
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! Fred Storch Will
Become Bar Mitzvah
Fred Storch. son of Mr. and
Mrs Max Storch. 771 S.W. 11th
St.. will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. March 17. at 9 a.m. at
Congregation Beth El. Rabbi
Murray Grauer will officiate.
The young man attends Ada
Goldberg, attractive and prominent, wfc *n a nd ***
for our vacation-attractions, at the Winterhaven Hotel Her .
through the resort is her sister, Mrs Martha Kant t Marthas hus-
band, as you all know, is the Winterhaven s :
IfWTPHT T*T7Vf**
A conference this week between Mrs. John Hunt, president of
the Royal Poinciana Festival, and song-writer Nat Simon the
wrote "Poinciana"; reveals that come June, it'll be "Sir Nathaniel
be royally
Associated Photo
Fred Storch
ritt J in t High School and
is a member of the Beth David
3 ;. Scout Troop. He has re-
ceived his Hebrew training at the
Beth El Religious School and
intends to take advanced work
following his Bar Mitzvah.
A kiddush in the Dora August
Memorial Hall will follow the
ceremonies. The Storches will be
hosts to Fred's friends and school-
mates at a reception at their
home on Saturday evening. On
Sunday they will hold open house
in honor of the occasion.
Out-of-town guests include Mr.
Storch's brother and sister-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Storch. and
their children. Aron and Sydra.
of Brooklyn: his sister, Mrs.
Anna Goldstein, of East Rock-
away. L. L; and another brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Storch. Forest Hills, L. I.
The Bar Mirxvah of Alexander
Kogan. Jr.. son of the Alexander
Kcgans. 3722 Royal Palm Ave..
Miami Beach, took place Satur-
day March 10. (t Temple Beth
bco.om. The services were con-
ducted ty Cantor Samuel S.
Kelemer and Rabbi Leon Kronish.
A kiddush reception followed the
ceremony.
Considerable ivory is obtained
from vast stores of mastodon
and mammoth tusks found in
Siberia and elsewhere.
Sally Barmat
Affianced To
Leon Sirkin
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barmat, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Sally, to Leon Sirkin. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Sirkin of Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect was graduated
from James Madison High School
in Brooklyn and is attending
Brooklyn College.
Mr. Sirkin, a long-time resident
of Miami Beach, is a graduate
of Georgia School of Technology
and is taking post-graduate work
at the University of Miami.
The wedding will take place on
June 16 at the Sherry Nether-
lands Hotel in New York City.
After a honeymoon trip to the
West Indies, the couple will re-
side in Miami.
Sally Barma:
Mizrachi Women Plan Purim Party
Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en will hold its annual Purim
supper and third anniversary
celebration on Sunday. March 18,
at 5:30 p.m. at the Beth El center.
Harold Shapiro, narrator of
radio program. "Builders of Is-
rael." will be guest speaker. The
film. "A Pair of Shoes." depicting
progress in Israel will bu shawn,
and a musical program will f0],
low.
All proceeds are earmarked tor
the Moses Chitim fund for the or-
phans in Camp Rennan;.. Israel.
Dov Chapter will hold a regular
meeting en Wednesday. March 21
at 1 p.m. at Beth El Center.
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6. Star-Kiat Tuna and an-
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Serve this marvelous protein food value
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boys! girls! you can win a prize in our
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Guess the number of eggs in our Easter Bunny Cart in the
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LdAY, MARCH 16, 1951
*Jewtsti fkriJur
personally Speaking
home
Hecker, Koondel Wed
Ml. and Mis. Abe Werman have moved into their new 'uD^k-Ring Kites
at 3555 Flamingo Drive. Miami Beach. I _. s Anne Koondel of 1005
* Euclld Av*. Miami Beach, has
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodman left for their home in Sprinq- TZZTPh" v^^,' her
field,Mas,, la*.week after a visit with Mrs. Goodmans E Hecke' /
Imts Frances N. Rubin, Delano Hotel, Miami Beach.
* *
PAGE 7 A
ott C.
Robert Richter
Hotel on March 4. Rabbi Philip
Fried performed the double ring
ceremony.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her uncle. William
Granoff. She wore nylon tulle
and lace made with a portrait
neckline and a tiered skirt Her
on a Bible.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rood. 3710 N.W. 2nd Terr., announce
Ithe birth of a son, Morgan Roger, on March 7.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fischer celebrated the bris of their son
Ijoseph, on Thursday March 8. at the Doctors Hospital, Coral
lables. Mrs. Bertha Peckera was godmother; Samuel Gir^he
i,hc;: and Rabbi Mosos Me.chdoH. sandskX^ctS SX^3Ui?sJSUAlE
fcCloud was among the honored guests and Rabbi Philip Fried carried white orchids
officiated.
* *
Recuperating at her home after undergoinq major suraerv
Mrs. Louis Esloe, 4371 S.W. 1st St. y y
* *
A canasta party at the Hotel Good was given by Mrs.
fanny Rich in honor of her guests, Mrs. Mabel Frades and Mrs
Arthur Levine, of New York. Among guests were the Mesdames
Charles Rabb, Rosalyn Kinq, Clementine Kemp. Gertrude Lachs
Ira Cornbluth, Harry Shcpiro, Mitchell Pollack and Paul
eilelman.
* *
Mrs. Sidonie Gluck was honored by a host of friends at a
ncheon party at the Hotel Urmey on March 8 in honor cf her
Eightieth birthday. Mrs. Gluck is a member of the Miami Auxili-
ay to the Jewish Home for the Aged and Dov Chapter of
ferachi Women.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kats of Los Angeles will arrive here
Honday to visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Irs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
* -* *
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Greenfield in their new
lome, 8874 Carlyle Ave., Surfside, are their son-in-law and
|aughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Levitan, of Frrest Hills, L. I.
nd the Levitan's 17-month-old daughter, Barbara.
* *
Mi. and Mrs. Sol Stokols have as their houseguests Mrs.
[tokols sister, Mrs. Irving Reitman, and her children, Sheldon
nd Myma, of Chicago. The hosts entertained recently with a
frihday party in honor of Mrs. Reitman.
* *
I Mrs. Rose Boikin of Miami Beach and her guest, Jerry
filer, left for an extended tour of Bermuda and Havana.
* + *
Making plans for a four-month sojourn in Israel are Mr. and
s. Samuel Sheiner, 609 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, and
nephew, Rudy Rindom. The Miamians, who will leave
^re on May 30, will be the guests of their brother-in-law, i.
alrnan Herstman in Tel Aviv. While there, they will visit other j ',r wr,s J^m^
Natives. Also on the program is a motor tour of Europe before :
- locahtes return in September.
* *
Brooklynite, Mrs. Edward H. Warshaw, is spending a few
eeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goldsmith, 180 S.W.
k\ St. '
I *
Among the scores of honeymooners now at the Delano -
otel are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ganzer, Great Neck, N. Y.; Mr. ried a basket of flowers.
M Mrs. Joseph Rothman. Philadelphia, and Mr. and Mrs. I.
Nelman, Philadelphia.
* *
rlMClcdmg a several-weeks stay in Palm Beach are Rabbi
Mrs. Samuel Yalow, who will spend Purim in Miami before
"rajrig to their Syracuse, N. Y., home. Rabbi Yalow is a
edarmy chaplain of 19 years service. He visited the Miami
Ens. Rubin Marries
New York Cirl
The Hotel Pierre in New York
provided the setting for the
marriage of Miss Audrey Abrams
to Ens. William Rubin. The Rev.
Louis I. Newman read the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Abrams.
New York. The bridegroom's
parents are the Harry Rubins. 800
Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach.
Given in marriage by her
Leman
Elliott C. Hecker
Richard Hecker was best man
They are sons
Harry Hecker,
4761 S.W. Second Terr. Harold
Stoller was usher.
Miss Eileen Kagan was maid
of honor. Her frock was of pink
tulle and lace with a gold thread
in the material. She carried
baby orchids. Sheila Kagan
flower girl, wore aqua fashioned
after the bride's gown and car-
Ardmore Studio
Evelyn Wilde
Evelyn Wilde
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilde. 831
S. Shore Drive, announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Evelyn, to Don A. Mayerson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mayer-
son. 7712 Bvron Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Th" bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and is
now attending the University of
Miami. She was exchange editor
of Tempo magazine and is vice
president of Colman Zwitman
B'nai B'rith Young Women.
''.:' Mayerson is an alumnus of
Miami Beach High School and
was graduated from the Uni-
ty of Miami Law School
magna cum laude. He was a
member of Iron Arrow Honor
Society. Omieron Delta Kappa,
men's honorary fraternity. Nu
Beta Epsilon and Zeta Beta Tau
lraternities. He served with the
Navy in World War II.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Mrs. William Rubin
ha 23
years ago and is acquainted with early leaders of the
r^h community.
The couple motored through
Florida on their wedding trip.
The former Miss Koondel is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami, a member of Jr. Hadassah,
and Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
The bridegroom attended New
York schools, and is now associ-
ated with Guarantee Soap and
Chemical Corp. in Miami._______
Baby Shower Slated
A baby shower for Mrs. Howard
Reed, corresponding secretary of
the Know-Your Neighbor Club
will be held Friday. March 16, at
11:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Norman Blakely, 1999 S.W. 23rd
Ave.
Hostesses will be Mrs. David
Murray, Mrs. Nellie Wilson and
Mrs. Jack Nolle.
A regular meeting will also be
held.
father, the bride wore a white
silk taffeta gown with heirloom
lace trim and heirloom rosepoint
lace mantilla-type veil. She
j carried an ivory bible adorned
' with orchids and stephanotis.
Edward Rubin. Mi
-1 w of the bridegroom,
was matron of honor. She w -
I gowned in ice blue faille and
carried a sheaf of roses. Mr. Rub:n
served as best man fur his
brother.
The bride's traveling ensemble
was a beige, fur-lined suit with
matching accessories. After a
wedding trip the newlyweds will
make their home at the Newport
Naval Base. Rhode Island. Ens.
Rubin is serving aboard the USS
Toledo.
The average U.S. coffee drink-
er annually consumes the equiva-
lent of a year's production from
nine coffee trees.
SoHHby KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
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Phone 58-2303 or 58-4891 (Evenings)
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Betrothal Revealed
Betrothal of Miss Sheila Wall-
man to Leonard Schwartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. I. Schwartz, 1637
S.W. 17th St.. has been announced
by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Wallman. 1819 Meridian Ave,,
Miami Beach.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and attended the University of
Miami. She is a certified dental
assistant employed by Dr. Stan-
ley Sutnick and is a member of
the Miami District Dental As-
sistants Association.
Mr. Schwartz, a teacher at Mi-
ami Beach Central School, has
B.B.A. and B.E.D. degrees from
the University of Miami. He also
is an alumnus of Miami Beach
High School and served in the
army for three years. Both are
members of Miami Beach Masada.
Mate ei/ery mealtime happjj
i
0
Shei'a Wallman
Dworkin Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dworkin.
2745 S.W. 27th Terr., announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Gerald Alan, to be held on Sat-
urday, March 16, at 9 a.m. at
Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate.
The young man will be honored
at a reception on Sunday at 7 p.m.
at the Uome of his parents.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 16,
Purim Events On
Beach Y Agenda

B
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On .-
thei :'---
afi -
- --"
,i dance |
Tuesday. Mai
the G lden Age Club i
the Purim festivities with a
mentation of a "Marriage Broker
ite." a Spiel, and
icing to a full orchestra.
The teen-age Purim carnival
will take dace Wednesday eve-
ning, March 2!. There will be a
p of carnival booths, built
and decorated by the tea
spirit Purirr
- Climbing Haman's Gallows.
. .
. rid refres ent I -
bj tl Ti '
are 12 ating
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.larch 25 at 8 ]
- LipS
luding J
B'i ith V ___ Women, and
V V ung Adult G
ting ':. larnival will
refreshments and a
Purim dance. The chairman of
planning committee for the
rjg Adult Carnival is Miss
I

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Brick Bar Mitzvah
.. :. Mrs
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Beach J
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attends Mi; E
B'nai B'rith Unit To Hold
Mah Jong, Card Party
A mah jong and card party
be held by the Tropical
r of B'nai B'rith Women on
Wednesday. March 28. 8:30 p.m..
at the Miami Beach Angler's Club.
533 We8t Ave., Miami Beach.
Chairman is Mrs Margaret
Adelberg. Assisting her are Mrs.
Bcrnice Laibson and Mrs. Rae
Wilson. Reservations may be ob-
tained by phoning committee
members or tickets may be pur-
chased at the door.
Barbara Lois Goald
.loins Brides-Elect
l the en.
!. (.Ml
VI ; i of M
N mandy
been made
parents ; Mrs.
idian Ave..
- attended the
High School and is
. tv<
: School and the St. Lukes
H spital i Pmla-
pl. yed as
. technician.
Mr Lieb attended New York
University and the University ol
ware. He served eighteen
months in the armed forces with
v<: seas dutv. He is vice presi-
dent of the Little River News of
Miami.
A summe'i wedding is being
planned.
Penzer-Migdal Rites
Th marriage of Irving Penzer
and Ruth Shirley Migdal was
nnized bv Rabbi Simon April
n Sal rch 10. at 8:30
ead in the
the immediate fam-
ilies in the rabbi's home.
.loins Law Firm
Melvin M. Schaffer of ma.
S.W. 3rd St.. son of Mr. and T
Joseph Schaffer. has ,nnounc
his association with the law f,n!
of Cushman. V. "J
Gotthardt, in the B Hu?g
Schaffer was i | fr.
the University I V*
School last Fcbij iry !
Bethlehem. Pa., )*9
long-time resident
attended local schools. Ada Me-.
ritt and Miami S
School. He is an Army Air Force
veteran of four years' service
Male and female ostrichy
take turns sitting on their egg
males working the night shift.
Vegetarian Dinner Held
Society of
ted its
with a
iuet al th wish Cul-
.'.. Fri-
Tamarkin, president.
luced Dr. Abraham Wulfson.
r of the Spinoza Forum
and honorary it, who de-
livered the invocation.
I speakers were Dr. Robert
Anderson. Harry Kershaw, past
president, and Dr. I. Shmid. one
of the society's directors.
Annual Academy Meet
The annual membership meet-
ing of the Hebrew Academy will
take place Tuesday, March 20. at
8 p.m. at the academy auditorium.
918 6th St.. Miami Beach, it \
announced by Dr. David S.
Andron, presii
Election of the board of di-
.-.-ill be held and reports
on the i and activities of
il] be pn rented.
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Phone 4-0335
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A hiiou << th< Opoiiing of
Edison Center Electrical Supplies
Now Located in our New Home
715 N. W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 7-6519
You are Cordially Invited
To Attend the Grand Opening on
Sunday, March 18th, 1 to 6 P.M.
To View our Most Complete Line of
Lighting Fixtures and Electrical Supplies
Come and bring your friends
Refreshments Served
H. H. Hyman was ore of three
Florida Power and Light Com-
pany employees honored at a
luncheon last week. At that lime
R. B. Roberts, FPL vice presi
dent, presented a service pin to
Hyman who has completed 35
years. His long career in Miami
regan in 1911 as a resident engi-
neer for the Florida East Coast
railroad, then engaged in bui'ding
the overseas road to Key West.
In 1915 he joined Miami Electric
Light and Power Company, a
predecessor of FPL. He is a
veteran worker in community
projects. His posts include 21
years as director of the Miami
Chamber of Commerce: seven
years as fund drive chairman for
the Red Cross: president of
Angler's Inc., sponsors of the in-
ternationally famous Metropoli-
tan Fishing Tournament which he
-as chairrr.aned since ;ts inception
'.n 1936: seven years cs a director
cf the Community Chest. Latest
community job to be handed
Hyman ;s that of deputy director
in charge of operations for the
Dade County Civil Defense
Council. Alio honored were
Thomas H. Bedda'l a-d
Janelie Gehrken, within 25 years
cf service r-;h.
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That
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LnAY, MARCH 16. 1951
fentei School To
old Festival
Beach Jewish
ponsor
***% ist fhridj&r,
PAGE 9 A
Purim on Sunday.
:il.. it \v.
\. Goodman, chair-
0[ lily .hool. and
chairman of
,e Sunri.
^e ,. school choir
i ti >n of Ben
director of the
. Purim songs.
lp in the program
..e Phvi:.- Goldwyn, Harriet
l'n y .n. Sheldon A.
1 stein. Phyllis Waller. Janet
lelman, Allan P.
[ Bialolenki, Mar-
la Cohen. Bruce Gordon For-
L, sh : Gi issinger, Jeffrey
rEplan. Harold Klein. Carol Ann
Le Kenneth Rosen. Susan Jo
laperstein. Susan Shaffer. Ber-
Lrd Singei Donald Sussman.
Seven Tessler, Dava Zlotshewer.
larriet Levy, Paul Rughfield.
fctcr Hornick, Ruth Weinstein.
larbara Tu: iff, Frank Weiss, Rita
fionsky, Judith Berezin Stephen
linner. Stanley Gettis. Eddie
linsbuig. Louis Stern and Evan
lem.
lposu. red by the arts
id crafts lass : the religious
fhool are being posted. A cost-
ne contest will be featured.
(Tinners will receive prizes.
(The "A Maurice." magi-
Ian, v.. tain the children.
irim res will be
liycd : direction of the
ih'giou : culty.
ILunch rved under the
1 ::ibers of the
I ation and
Bterhooci ling the Mes-
Greer.
N italie Wolfe.
H S e :. a
[ hrman.
[ iing for chil-
|en will Vednesdav.
fcrch 21. at 7
Barnett Tanenbaum Dies
Services
im, v. h., died sud
n pi thi
re held Sunri
Beach V..
bib Irvin !
Cantor Jacob V G
I Mr. Tanenbaum, who m
'here four years ago from N
1 k where he was n Ihi
'business. : _
seilles D. iv. Mi .;
member pi the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, he v. m
numerous religious and ph..
thropic organizations, b I
and in New York.
Survivors include I Rae;
four sons. Larry. David, Ned and
i Jack: a brother. William: and a
.sister. Mrs. Pauline PauUon.
Burial was in the Brooklyn
Jewish Center Plot of Mount
Carmel Cemeterv
Rabbi Lehrfield To
Speak At Academy
Rabbi Lou:s J. Lehrfield. spirit-
ual leader of the Austin Jewish
Community Center in Chicago,
will be guest speaker during the
Sabbath morning services. March
17. at the Hebrew Academv. 918
6th St, Miami Beach. H
speak on "My Impressions on My
Visit to the Hebrew Acack
Rabbi Lehrfield is the vice
president of the Rabbinical C
cil of America, former president
of the Rabbinical Council of Chi-
cago, and is now its executive
chairman. He is also a member of
the board of goverrors of the
Chicago Jewish Acade
first rk. ore's Sen. rff STS^-Tatt S? S"g!!^ b* Greate' Mia ***- E- Albert Pallet,
mi elto chpH,?.. ,,-.* Feteratlon oi "* B'rith Lodge*, meets with his conrentioa com-
rT'anca Hnm tlLr, !? sess,on*and Programs. Erent will be held AprU 28 to 30 at the Caw-
ShaD?rn MfL R^A TJ n9^JL 1 LcXTjZSZ L'ILmSSe'' ^7 f.,.Ne = man- BMCh Lod9e P"dent; Burnett Roth.9Sholem
Lodge. Judge Sam I. Silver, pres.dent of the B nai BTilh Council. Seated are Jack Abbott and Pallet.
Grainger Interview Set
Mrs. Mane Volpe will interview
Percy ( p.amst-com-
poser-conauctor. or. Saturday.
March 17, at 6:30 p.m. ovei
Tion WKAT
Grainger here to conduct a
festival program of his own com-
positions on Monday evening.
March 19. at imi Beach
Municipal Aud
Am--'
to prevent drunk
Sisterhood To Meet
An >pen meeting of the Si

led foi Tuei
gut. acc
rack S
inuinah Chapter
pans Costume Ball
Loyalty Clut Emunah Chap-
in1'5" Eastern Star.
Ill spor.- -tume ball on
I March 24. at the
fcienca:. .. M!. 1828 Alton
Lad. -"': eh.
Tnzes for the best costumes will
^awarded Musk for dancing
111 be provided by the Seren-
ers Sidnev Palmer, past patron
1 the chapter, will serve as
pcee.
General chairman of the event
Mrs. H- r. past worthy
|ro,n H : the evening
E "* Alper. pasl
itron. and Dr. George A. Gra-
E)-.wo-- n
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JmistiHaMian
FRIDAY. MARCH lft
Purim Party Planned Flamingo Court To Meet Tuesday
Pioneer Women Club No. Two
oi Miami Beach are planning a
Purim party for Saturday, March
24. at 8 p.m. at the Town and
Beach Club. 1 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach, it has been announced
; Mrs. Henry Seitlin. -resident.
Tho event will also honoi
members on their wedding
:. .. aries.
Next meeting of Flaminao
Court 12. Order of the Amaranth,
will be held on Tuesday. March
20. at Whitman Hall. 311 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach.
A si ial election f ass
patron and trustee for two years
Will : I
cert : nil -
A:.
bers will also discuss plans for
the forthcoming grand court ses-
sion which will be held at St. I
Petersburg. I
M ilvin Englander. royal;
ron, will preside.
:;00 to j
400 vears r!d are found on the j
thee. .laBmanmca.____I
Detroit Social Club
To Hold Purim Fete
Detroit Social Club of Greater
Miami will sponsor a Purim party
on Saturdav, March 17, at the
T .wn and Beach Club. 1 Lincoln
I. Miami Beach.
Aaron Rosenberg, author and
will serve as toastmaster.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
sing Purim songs.
Visiting Detroiters are welcome.
1951
Attends Sister's Fumrf
Mrs. Freda Newman ieft h
New York Tuesday to JjJ
funeral services for her i.
Mrs. Birdie Rudy, formerly
Miami Beach. '
Also among survivors are
brother, Godfrey pcrell in
Cleveland Road. Miami Bet,
and a cousin, Morris Perpll
Miami Beach. re"
A child afraid of the Springtime?
Spring was made for children, like laughter and warm
sun. Why should a child fear these?
You would have to live where she lives to un-
derstand, ^ou would have to know that vour
home can be entered and searched night or
day. your father taken off to prison for as lit-
tle reaeon as that he received a letter poet-
marked "Israel."
Yes. there is a place in the world where that can be
a reason for persecution. This little girl lives there,
;>he saw her father taken awav three vears ago.
Now he has come out of prison. And he and all the
Jews of that land, which shall be nameless here, have
miraculously been given permission to leave. Of
course, most of what they possess, save the clothes
they wear, will have to remain behind. No matter.
What matters is that they must leave by May 31,
this year or never leave at alL For on that fateful
day the exit doors will be slammed shut. Now do vou
undesstand how a little girl can be afraid of the
Springtime.? Understanding, will you help wipe the
fear from her heart?
Will you help her and all the other thousands
who pray for the ships and plane* that can take
them out of danger and oppression to Israel
and freedom? Will you help them-as yon
helped 500,000 others in the last three years
-build homes and a new life there?
You can-so easily-by contributing to the United
Jewish Appeal. Do it now. quicklv. while there is time.
Give today. Give more than ever before.
Ijiwted lenish \ppeal
on behalj of Join, Distribution Committee United Palestine Appeal United Service Jar Neu> American,
In 1951-Before Time Runs Out
the United Jewish Appeal Must:
Sate 200,000 homeless Jews by bringing them
to Israel from danger zones in Eastern Europe
and Arab lands.
Help the people of Israel make their country
bulwark of democracyby aiding them estab-
lish 120 new agricultural settlements; build
housing units for 40,000; care for 30.000 immi-
grants in reception centers plus 15,000 children
and 5,000 aged and handicapped.
Supply relief, care and rehabilitation assist-
ance to 400,000 distressed Jews in Europe and
Arab countries, 90,000 of them children.
Resettle in this country and in other western
democracies a total of 25,000 displaced Jews.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida


,v MARCH 16, 1951
**llhteridia,ri
PAGE 11 A
Beth David Women To Meet March 21
Beth David Sisterhood will"] and traditional holiday refresh-
meet on Wednesday, March 21, intents will be served,
at 1:30 p.m. at the synagogue. The group will sponsor a card
a Dr:m -ii v party on March 27 at 12 noon at
A Punm Program will be ^ 'home of ^ Samuel j
presented by Mrs. Harry August Spector, 1824 Brickell Ave.
tf*t

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"This is the
brand
I always demand-
I never take substitutes'"
BEST BUTTER
Photos by Ardmoro .ind Associated
In lhe upper left are Aaron Weinkle and Mike Adler. co-chairmen of the food division dinner
eld at the Miami Beach Athletic Club last week. $4,205 was pledged by 26 contributors after
adresses by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Campaign Chairman Samuel Friedland and the co-chairmen,
forking on plans for teen-age campaign activities are Arthur Wohlgemuth and Bruce Stewart. In
be center photo are leaders in the North Dado area of the metropolitan unit. Seated (1. to r.) are
its. Irene Becker. William Kneapler. chairman of the area; Mrs. Morris Laster, Mr. Laster. Stand-
P9 are Mrs. Mildred Fox. Mrs. Bernard Liswood. David Mennes and Abraham Fraidlin. In the
pwer photograph workers in the North Dade area of the metropolitan unit receive instructions on
pthods of solicitation.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK '-IKiTIT COCRT < >V THK
IITM JUDICIAL i'IIUTIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND 1 R DADE
COUNTY. IN CIIAXi'KllV, Caw
No. ISMM
MAI>KI,KINK HI.nMMAKRT. Plain-
tiff, vs. CHRISTOPHER P.
BLOMMAERT, Defendant
TO; Christopher P, Bloramsert,
ISt City island Avenue,
Bronx 64. New York, New York.
Tou are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the complaint for
divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
Arnold Walls. 8628 North WTeit 22nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida, find flic the
original in the office of the circuit
court clerk on or before April 12th,
1951.
, Dated this. Uarch Kitli. 1951.
K 11 LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj WM W. STOCKING,
Deputj C
13/16-23-30 4/6
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flotltloua name of
Beach Record Co. at 1611 Pennsylvania
Ave., Miami Beach, Intend lo ivh-ih
said name with the Clerk of the
!Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CHAKI.KS AP.KI.
Mll.nitKli FREEMAN
HERICK AND SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
130 Lincoln itoad
:: l'i-L'3-30 4/6
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of rill-:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF
"am Kneapler is chairman
'he North Dade area of the
***** Jewish AppeBl. I.
,ln ,il!s ari>a are the North-
Mmi r,Sh Cen,er' Hialeah"
' 'Spnr.gs Jewish Commun.
Cen,- North Dade Jewish
hitu
dries
r '"' GUCKSBERG
[" died on
u irlved b
.l,l.\ I.ATM .1 I 1)11 l.\l. I Mil I II
>! FLORIDA, IN AND I OR DADE
"OUNTY IN CHANCERY, No,
17':.
FRANK MANTBCON, Plaintiff, vs.
MARTHA MANTECON, Defendant.
TO: MARTHA MANTBCON
110 North Main Street
Water-bury, i "onnectlcut
Von are hereby ordered
ciui'id lo sene a i opj of | iur
to the BUI ..r Complaint for DH
a copy of which is enclosed herewith,
i ainttffs ai i"i m j and file the
original In the office of the Clerk of
,. Cln II C irl it D
Florida, .......' bi fore the 13th
April. 1951
of said BUI will taki
i. BHed 1)} -
DATED: Mi rch 1
r B LEATHERMAN,
.....urn Kiuowed
"i Ormeelaad
Cli
' c
i W M
SAMUEL l RAND
Attorne) foi Plaintiff
1005 i il) mpi.i Building
Miami 32
I I
ST< "i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK CUtCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I IF II.i IRIDA, IN ANI'l OR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
I.'l.
KM,MIX KARL BENJAMIN,
tiff. vs. JEAN BENJAMIN, De-
fendant.
SUIT l-.'lt DIVORCE
TO: JEAN BENJAMIN
."..",.", Kingston Avenue
Bro >klyn, New York
You ai e hereb) notified th it
of 'omplalnl for i Hvorce has
gainst you, and you are re*
to si n a c ipj or your Answer
or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint
pi ilntiff's Attorney OHERTKi F
AND KALISH, 607-08 Olympla Bulld-
Mlaml, Florida and file the
\ iswei or Pleading I
offlc of the i "- k of the Circuit
Court on or before the If d t ol
April. 1951 If you fall to d
ment bj default will be i '-
you for the relief demanded In the
BUI oi Complaint
ri, notice shall I-- p ibllshed once
each week fi itlve weeks
In The Ji <
In INE AND i RDER Miami.
: nig 11 di : of March, A.D. I
E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Court, i "adi i 'Him .. !'
rClrcult Court
Bj W U W, STOCKING,
i'. puty Clei k.
CHBRTKOF AND KALISH
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for Plaintiff
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Hang Year**
jjibbrfears 'Black Market' Bar Mitzvahs
Too Many Years Training Is Required
light
fw YORK CITY (AJP) | School classes over a long period
l;,k markets in Bar Mitzvahs before confirmation, for instance
-^ould result in the overnight
new "synagogues"
Fachin' .firmat'ion age of I which might offer Bar Mitzvah
ading liberal rabbi said j training in far less time and with
^preparation are required |pwu*" ?
.. a le
tenth". less stringent
Ifte comment by Dr Ira Eisen- ; of course
, ,,-; ve director of the
*s\e) Advancement of I Parent? concerned
,ciet> '" l"' jes of | offspring s strenous dual studies
fes b lead?n/edeucrtorr-^tending school on the one
a survey by the handand a sturdv Hebraic course
standardsfor a
over their
% J( wish Press on pre-
I Ifitzva "lining.
The trend I ward increasing the
imber n of reQuired
,inin bef 're Bar Mitzvah was
Doed up last month when the
nnesota Rabbinical Association
led in fav : of a two-year
ining pe : boy*. The un-
imouslv I pted resolution
the attendance
on the othermight be easily
amenable to shelling out bucks
to make the Bar Mitzvah "easier"
for Junior. Just how such a prob-
lem might be combatted. if it
arose, Dr. Eistenstein did not
know.
Meanwhile, the director of the
American Association for Jewish
Education told the American
Jewish Press he advocated a min-
^wii^ltUEIliDipidlilQun
MIAMI. FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1951
SEC. B
Jewish Agency Lists Ten Groups
Authorized To Conduct Israel Drives
,vided : im->hhath*"^! imum of three years training for
"SSI "ah candSs ****** Bar Mitzvah students
* nprind before followed by increases until even-
,r.^frio,i tually a minimum of five years
training is established for all Jew-
ish boys approaching 13.
The director. Judah Pilch,
called the present general re-
:
alifving :-.:"irmation.
Dr gjs, :. while favoring
T>>wUh vnunss- """^ ",c F'em general re-
da lv Hebrew laments throughout the United
du.l> Heorew | sutes q{ ffom ong {q one.and.
mms Added To
iDL Library
ddition : new 16mm sound
on human relations to the
DL Films I r Democracy Li-
iry is an.-, unced by Gilbert J.
fik'in. direct r Florida Regional
lice. Anti-Defamation League
B'nai B' Ih
Included an ng the new titles
"A Wav in the Wilderness.
is. noted that
ting stan too highthe
luiremen
to a
a-half years of pre-Bar Mitzvah
'training "a chronic disease." Mr.
' Pilch said he knew of a few com-
, munities that required two years
i training. Several communities in
! New Jersey, Long Island and
Chicago, he added, require four
years training before Bar Mitz-
vah.
A recent statement issued by
the United Synagogue Commis-
sion on Jewish Education, it was
reported, set forth a policy re-
e Process t Law Denied." : quiring three years attendance at
r Town Is the World," "The!a daily Hebrew schoolnot a
y of D: Carver" and 'To j Sunday schoolprior to actual
e Togetl 'Bar Mitzvah.
A Way in Wilderness" is I ------------------------------
nunatici -on about the Dps Admit Illegal
*'e to improve the health of bu t_ tt j e *
South Jseph Gold- "try Into United States
;er of the United States Public NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
lth Service I Tired of waiting for alien quotas
daptcd .': x. The Ox-Box to permit them to enter the land
dent,' "Due P-ocess of Law of freedom, eight displaced per-
ization of the i sons, seven of them who spent
_ due process ] tortured years in Nazi concent ra-
te"--, illi the necessity, tion camps, walked this city's
- of the in-'streets as temporary free men
to "mob after admitting that they flew
5ice' into this countrv Illegally from
World" tells Cuba,
n between two xheir temporarv freedom c&rr.c
.: town. The|af,er Federai judge irving r.
- Kaufman awarded them the :
round of their fight for legal
residence in the United S
The judge erased the stigma of
criminal charges against all eight
by suspending their sentences
He acted on the recomnv
tions of Assistant U.S. A'.:
Kleim who said that the defend-
NEW YORK The Jewish,
Agency's Committee on Control j
and Authorization of Campaigns i
announced a list cf ten Jewish j
organizaticcs which have been
authorized to conduct campaigns i
for Israel projects in 1951.
Headed by Dr. Nahum Gold- j
mann. cnairman of the American
Section of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine. 16 East 66th St..' the
committee was set up at the re-
quest of the Israel government to
assure priority of the United
Jewish Appeal as the major
source of philanthropic funds for
J Israel's immigration, absorption
and colonization program, and to
reduce duplication in the fund-
- ng field.
The organizations authorized to
conduct Israel campaigns in 1951.
all of which received similar au-
thorizations in 1950. include i
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist
Organization of America. Inc. (in-
cluding Junior Hadassah), Na-
, tional Committee for Labor Is-
rael. Jewish National Fund. Pio-
neer Women, the Women's Labor
Zionist Organization of America.
Inc.. and Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America 'including
Junior Mizrachi Women).
Also. University Institute -
Technion Fund (UIT) in behalf
of the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem, the Weizmann Institute of
Science and the Haifa Technion.
American Fund for Israel Insti-
tutions. Federated Council of Pal-
estine Institution-. Materials for
Israel. Inc. and Women's League
for Israel. Inc. (New York area
only).
A Jewish Agency spokesman
explained that authorizations
were granted upon submission of
.: applications and financial
data, but did not imply endorse-
ment. He emphasized that all or-
ganizations whose applications
were approved have agreed to
conduct their campaigns so as to
assure priority to the United
Jewish Appeal drive.
Negotiations for one or tw
additional authorizations are still
under way. the spokesman de-
clared.
\ominations On
Flamingo Agenda
Flamingo Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
will nominate officers for 1951-
1952 at its next meeting on Wed-
nesday. March 21. at 8:15 p.rr. I
the Hialeah Jewish Community
Center. 951 East Fourth Ave it
is announced by Ben Bl
president.
Harold Krawitz, chairman of
the nominating committee,
announced that all chartei
bers of the lodge are being per-
sonally invited to participate in
rmal elections -
the establishment of the lodg in
November. 1950.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 16
Hadassah Chapter
To Hear Mrs. Ellis
Mrs, Arthur EUis, member of
- national board and
fund-raising chairman of Youth
'::. will speak to a combined
ting of all the boards of the
el \, n groups of the Greater Mi-
N. Y. Cheese Executive's
Retirement Announced
Announcement has been made
of the retirement December 31.
1950. of Frederic Rohner. presi-
dent of Gerber & Company. Inc..
New York, since its incorpartion
in 1920 and vice president of the
: Company. Inc.
The Gerber organization, a
Nestle Company subsidiary, is
sales representative here i
Swiss Knight brand I
Swiss processed cheese and the
Nestle brand of gruyere type pro-
cessed cheese.
Rohner's retirement is in ac-
cordance with established p-
of the Nestle Company. Manage-
ment of Gerber & Company has
ibeen taken over by John Sipkin,
long connected with the Nestle
organization and widely known in
the cheese trade.
Rohr.( r,
said that
English-Jewish Newspaper Association
Reelects Slomoviti; Pledges Aid To UJA
NEW YORK CITY. (AJP) wholehearted support to United
ica's leading English-Jewish Jewish Appeal and to the project-
newspapers, members of the,ed Israeli bond drive.
American Association of English- jn another resolution, the asso-
Jewish Newspapers, recentlv con-1 ciation tendered greetings to the
eluded a three-day national con- New York Times on its hundredth
> vention here bv unanimously vot- anniversary.
ing to launch the American Jew- The American Association of
ish Press, a new national English- English-Jewish Newspapers rep-
news-gathering and feat- resents 36 of American's weekly
ure service, to supplement other newspapers, including The Jewish
services of weekly Jewish news- Floridian.
papers in the United States.
The ninth annual national con-
vention of the association, meet-
ing at the Statler Hotel, also voted
to introduce a series of cartoons
and comics dealing with Jewish
life and history.
The publishers reelected Philip
Purim Carnival PlanE
West Miami Jewish r.
hold a Purim carniv^*
evening, March 18 it ha l
announced by Leonard j Kl,
president.
Booths will be set up
groups aff.hated with the con,
and refreshments will U m'
This affair is a conZJt*J|
bration and will feature Pu 3
songs by I. Teitler and his cw3
group, and a presentation!
students of the centers 21
school. Mrs. Helen RoS'l
chairman of the arranSSJ
committee gTni^
T
in a recent --'' : siomovitz. editor and publisher of
W ^" nV T\ i \ mp ln _-
he is by no m< ans
the Detroit Jewish News, to his
pastures" and will eigh^ as president. slomo.
continue as active head of the Z3H ..... _,____Jr.__j .<.*.... ~t i
Emmental Cheese Corporation,
and Ft* li ric R hner ft Company,
hav< (fices at
6 Harris n St New York City,
Chest Physicians
Attend Meeting
Dr nd Mrs George G. Orn-
h sts .a a buffet din-
ting of the
liege
it thi '. ti-
res in F rt Lau lerdale
n Ft id ill M n h 9.
A round 1 n on

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Dr Burgess L -
Elhs has
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Mrs. Arthur Ellis
ami Chapter of H ;- ih n
h 19, ..: .
to be held at the Miami Bea<
Athletic Club.
M Ell turned
fr : nth's toui : Y uth
..-. Fi ance and
'
Y
- visit
to tour 1
i I; the chil-
-
t of the col-
York Medical
i-
. ttending
' G Miami
Dr V \ in : r Lil u
I pter; Di
I Levin, chairman of the
am committee: and Drs.
K ivnat, Julius Rosenthal,
G( : g< Baum, Do Witt
f M Sym- Daughtry, John Cbesney and
"-"' O nt the Isaac Cippes.
" '': n:ne SUD" Also o-eent were Dr Rich-jrd
, IIUbiTlS LaudSdate "d"
e M>" By: n Harman of Tampa, and
Audit num Dr Mu:ray Kornfeld, executive
vitz was also named president of I
the American Jewish Press.
I Leo H. Frisch. editor and pub-
lisher of the American Jewish
World of St. Paul-Minneapolis,
was reelected treasurer of the as-
sociation and treasurer of the
AJP. Joe Harrison Fried was
named editor of AJP and Joseph
Weisberg. editor of the Boston
Jewish Advocate, was reelected
as vice president of the associa-
tion and named chairman of the
AJP editorial committee.
Other officers elected by the
ation were: David* Gaiter,
editor of the Jewish Exponent of
lelphia, vice president: Elias
Rex Jacobs. Buffalo Jewish Re-
view, recording secretary, and
Jacques Back. Nashville Observer.
retary.
The convention unanimously
I a resolution pledging
.- i n
H
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f arrai
Warren To Sing
At !"-.>! Concert
Mrs. Rosenberg Honored
WASHINGTON. The
Chi Omega Sorority national
evi tent award for women
presi nti I I: si week to Mrs.
Anna M. Rosenberg. Assistant
Secretary of Defense. Mrs Frank-
, lin D. Roosevelt made the pre-
si ntation in the office of Defense
I Secretary George C. Marshall.
''
Miami S. ni r High rwEw
with Leonard Warren .
secretary of the college, of
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each Zionists To
ear Rabbi Mann
abbi Moshay P. m. *pirit-
lea(
*"2- -^"Luncheon. Club on
,eade,oSf Temple Isaiah, will
rf weaker at the Miami
ulnnfst Luncheon. Club on
$"March 21. at 12:15
iTinccln Manor, according
[Harold Shapiro, chairman and
"Si wffl discuss 'The
Israel and local
will be guests of
I
The ra
w Pre!
jpapermen
,r at the luncheon.
nrc assuming the pulpit of
rY. Isaiah Rabbi Mann was
**iJ8Header of South Fifth
, Congregation, Brooklyn.
He is a aduate of Western
rve University, Cleveland.
, whcre he also received his
ers and doctorate in history.
bbi Mann is the only rabbi in
ministry who has been or-
'd bV the Orthodox Yeshiva
inarv in New York as well
the Reform Hebrew Union
lleee in Cincinnati. Ohio. He
been active in the Speakers
eau of the American Jewish
areas and is a member of the
aicr Miami Rabbinical As-
ation.
harles H. Le will report on
;t Israeli news and Jacob C.
an Will lead community
g.
listing Shap.ro with ar-
gements are Daniel M. Broad,
Eisman. Cantor Samuel
ler. Sam Pmsterman and
ling Schatzman.
To Plan Purim Fete
At a board of directors meeting
to be held Monday. March 19,
at 1:30 p.m. at the Beth El Center
plans will be formulated for a
forthcoming Purim celebration.
Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer is
chairman, and Mrs. Isador Cohen
is co-chairman.
Cardiac Home Party
Miami chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will
have a luncheon and card party
at the Melvin Cohen Hall of the
home on Wednesday, March 21,
at 12 noon. Mrs. Gen Golden and
Mrs. Abe Robinson will be
hostesses.
ihlc* Lodge To
loltl Election
loral Gables Lodge of B'nai
lith will elect officers for 1951-
at its next meeting on Tues-
March 20. at 8:15 p.m. at the
al Gables Jewish Center.
bronze plaque for "outstand-
membership expansion in the
ai B'rith national campaign"
be awarded to the lodge by
B'nai B'rith Council of South
ida. President Alvin Coren-
wi\l receive the award from
ncil director, Charles R.
bson.
'erbert Weiss will report on
veteran's service program
ucted weekly in the T.B.
ird at the Y.A. Hospital in
1 Gables.
rograin Listed
r ltan Team
h? dance routines for the team
Kayta Delakova and Fred i
Ik have been announced by Ar-
lr Cohen, chairman of the" pro- j
|m to be p.-esc-nted Tuesday,
rh 20, at 8:30 p.m. in the '
ni Bayfront Auditorium.
ley will do interpretations
the American scene, pic-
1 out of the past, two lovers,
pressions from the Middle East,
pt vendor. Arab street enter-
pers, and an Israeli suite in
and poetry,
he exhibit .a is being spon-
llocally by the Miami and
ni Beach units of Junior Ha-
san and the L'niverity of Mi-
' chapter of IZFA.
To beat May 31 emigration
deadlines facing nearly 100.000
Jews in Iraq, Iran, Rumania
and other Eastern European
and Moslem lands, the United
Jewish Appeal must have
large-scale help now from the
Jews of America to speed these
tens of thousands of homeless
Jews to the sanctuary and
freedom of Israel. In upper
photo, a Joint Distribution
Committee mobile X-ray unit
is waiting to- be disembarked
at Haifa, while in picture at
right, a glimpse of the Prom-
ised Land brightens the faces
of two new immigrants from
Rumania. For the world-wide
programs of immigration,
settlement and rehabilitation
carried on by the United Jew-
ish Appeal's three constitutent
agenciesUnited Palestine Ap-
peal, Joint Distribution Com-
Imittee and United Service for
' New Americansthe UJA this
year requires a minimum of
S203.684.S77.
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member of the board of the Fed-
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president of the Hebrew Aid
Society. He was appointed deputy
director of personal services
the welfare section of the
defense organization.
in
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Swiss guides often insist on
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rWDAV.MAur*,,.
Capital Spotlight
Is McCarthyism Causing Anti-Semitism?
Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
(Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
McCarthyism is emerging as the fertilizer which is m
set is of anti-Semitism. A Jewish veteran ii Washington has
n denied employment by the national defense establisl
because His parents and in-laws had thi bi .tune to I
countries row controlled by Communist regimes A Jewis -
ined to Washington fi M.ss. : at his
itenant subjected him to an anti-Si mil I
While such incidents were being investigated. Sen. Herbert H.
Lehman compared Republican Senator Joseph McCarthy with
Hitler. Sen. Lehman said the "black evil of McCarthyism." applied
through the Hitlerian "big lie technique." has captured "the
imagination of the American people."
Sen. Lei an told an American Civil L Union pan
-we would be foolish l xtenl i Mc-
s advanced ;>nd how McCarthy has "s |d is idi
the American people and ma ssful polil
nguished I mr-tin thai Mc-
sm is -ringing about the "loss ol radual and
chment."
T e House C mn itte* n Un-Am Activil
subversive irganizat ti ns." It des
per. It says 1
in Mass jsetts is
tongue." Ii that the
paper iblished l
t Mar: Jewish school. T
also says "for the guid
inist-fror.t tions it* ria:
- 5 Of I -....
tront organizations or with
The Washington Jewish Telegraphic Agency bureau is located
in the National Press Building which also houses the Daily Worker
and Tass as well as hundreds of anti-Communist publications'.
Does that make the JTA or any of the other hundreds of news
services and publications subversive? The House Committee
criteria might be invoked against the FBI since the Agency's
headquarters is located within "cooperating vicinity" cf the Soviet
Embassy. This is the guiit by association device Sen. Lehman
warned against.
McCarthy said "the arrangements whereby Alger Hiss, after
his conviction, was living in the home cf the Deputy High Com
rr.issioner of Germany, were made by none ::r.e: than the ur.cle
c: Buttenweiser's wife, a name you may recc-gr.ne Herbert Leh-
man, U.S. Senator from New York." It was thus that McCarthy
implied Sen. Lehman might have served Moscow. This technique
is extremely useful for anti-Semites, having been employed with
amazing results by Hitler and Goebbels.
R Kle in .<.:-'. t Secretary of Defi -.- Anna i
-::.. ,;'oout a young Jewish
I iu nl .-. M C rthyisi The cas<
is pr typi : similar instances, increasing daily.
rote:
Then is at least an unpleasant possibility that the incident
nti-Sen itism as well ?s fr >me\vhat hysterical
anti-i
ry is that he applied for appointment as a civilian to.
- a supply specialist. Since he had
pproximal s a soldier and had increased his;
ns n :..:. : his employment since returning to!
terviewing officer told
im qualified.
"He w officer asked him to fill out a I
ked the country of birth of i
r-in-law. in-law and his
that both oarents were
- Soviet Hi
-i-law, in pan n the U.S Armed F i
V .......
pplicant that for -
old be dt
:
I --
"'' t is t
t policies and
\vi oiiniina Firm Off A. B. Wiener
\iiii ounces Ifow Supervising Officer
firm of A. B., moral assistance of the newly or-
ganized congregations.
The accounting
Weiner, Congress Building, has
i nnounced that Arnold J. Stern.
f New York City, has
d the firm
supervising
ior account-
ant.
A graduate of
New York Uni-
versity, class of
1943, Stern mai-
d R h o d a
nk of New
Y rk City that
sarnt year Dur-
the war. he
lember of
82nd Air-
borne Division.
is signed, he wrote and j
produced a full scale show en-
titled "Bars and Stripes" under
ispices of the Special Serv-
ice Department of the army. The
travelled 12.000 miles
the European theatre of |
tion providing entertain-i
A bazaar
Stem
Stein's reputation among reli-
gious circles preceded him to Mi-
ami. However, due to his intense
business activities here, he has
been unable to take part in local
religious work. "It will be several
months," says Stern, "before I
will have sufficient spare time to
be actively engaged in local wel-
fare work."
He gave up his own accounting
firm in New York City to accept
his present position.
The Steins live at 7905 S.W.
57th Ave. with their only child.; Lou's Kravetz and Mrs. Abrah,
Jo-Anne. *3,t<"-
Hollywood Women
Announce Bazaa

r. sponsored by
Ladies Auxiliary f the iy,
wood Jewish Center, will ho,
at the center from Cft}
26, announced Mrs. J j L"
general chairman.
Mrs. Briefer announced
chairmen as follows: executr
Doctor Elected To
Insurance Post
DENVER. (JTA)Dr. Lewis
L. Miller, Denver Jewish com-
munal worker, was unanimously
committee. Mrs
Mrs. David Peldma'n V
Home and Mrs. George &
There will be a variety of C
set up with Mrs. Edgar* ffl
in the apron booth, arts & <-Z
Mrs. P. Lavine: baked goods
ivetz and Mr
J. Salter.
Canned

elected as president of the Colo-
ops for two years, j rado Hospital Service Association.
In 1948. Stern was one of a which operates Blue Cross insur-
: vi terans which estab-
T \vn and Village Con-
Synagogue of New York
treasurer for two
With other officers, he be-
. cooperative ventures
. population of
: d coordinating the
vative principles in the
egations.
ver his work into
pursuits. Stern assisted in
unding of the Stuyvesant-
: branch of the Jewish War
in New York. He was
member of the Metropoli-
tan Council of the United Syna-
: New York City. This
s purpose was the exchange
among Conservativi
,'igues and the support for
the growth of new congregations.
The greatest growth of Jewish
- was experienced immedi-
ately following the war. In order
to guide these new organizations
in accordance with the better
Jewish principles, it was Stern's
contention that the older and
wealthier synagogues take an ac-
tive part in the financial and
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JAY. MARCH 16, 1951
+ kistFlcrkUai
From
the Psychologist's Desk
PAGE 5 B
Thumb Sucking
M BlamenthaJ. c-
V .bleme.
\ e I h M mar-
par. t-chUd
k Im past
: fjr of
: Examiner*
; a-liti PTortdton,
I 11 -K I'tor's
near D-. Bhimenthal: My
\kusband v U would appreciate
about thumb
lucking.'1: -' 'apidly becoming
tome. Our four
ear old ; kicking his
; or ago. Hou--
began again
I set nu ro
I -Vy
I rs are con-
[tanily ( < .-.bout not
( ethodt at
I >-. We are
r \.-orry about
the growth
i. To make
| ur younj7
- become
] among young
| be a uni-
, United S
| reality" of
[ that it
I As a
L tucking is
I nsfac-
i old. He
rigs are not
,
II it which
saer de-
he in :.'. abies. Suck-
k. act which
Jppens anything
i s m rath. As
becomes more
^d mor*: .. : the parts of
own I every object
Irh.-n his : These are his
/-' quaint him-
in which he
dable because
i pi ivided bin
| : satisfying
P if he comes
- -e-cure and
[ king be-
tbe child.
..::le baby
or so,
is not
: .. as he
telling
etting

n t feel safe
:. ._
ugh
i -..
f
mg. ai
E:
- up :humb
By this time.
have been
" D by their
n give up
M pride
be among their
more out-
<.- iess need to
ml rts.
ees a child
ks his thumb.
:ng habit
discarded: or
renews this nabit long after it
had been discarded. In such
cases, parents will do well
by themselves and their children
to evaluate the situation and to
iron out whatever ,.s are
causing this behavior in the
child.
Is your child bored^ D
have enough toys, and enough
stimulation? Does he feel lonelv
frightened, deserted? Has th<
been a new addition to the famly
a baby brother or sisterwho
inadvertently is depriving him of
the attention, love and af:
i to which he has ordinanlv been
accustomed? Is he being pushed
beyond his physical and mental
capacity? Are compar.sons being
made between him and othei
dren to his disadvantage0 I
being ridiculed, shamed or left
out in his relationship to other
members : the family? D
have sufficient pi
play space?
Most parents who have chi!
that suck their thumbs a:
ly subjected to emban
i ridicule by
neighbor- 1
to naggir..
nt or any ..-.-: .
i on the problem just beca
someone els-
should be made I
baric devices are used to
- habitsuch nts,
guards or disagree^ lica-
tions are applied to the fingers
usually without any -
Under ordinal tances,
parents can offer
necessary help in overcor
habit uld bear in :
'a few simple reminders:
1. Thumbsucking I due to
willfulni -- but, is rather, an ex-
pression of need in the ch.
2. Parents should not be panick-
ed by.their friends or neighbors
into using direct and stern
methods of curbing this ha I
They should not use restraints or
medications on the child. N r
should they punish, scold, coax
bribe or threaten the child.
3. Dentists state that thumb-
sucking can affect the shape of
the teeth and the jaw. but
effect is not permanent In
cases, the jaw comes back to
normal posil n r. thumb-
sucking ceases.
4. Look about you! ''
the may be
turbing the child at
school oi
Try to remov

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- tion I human
programs in Dade C iinfy
scho .
Judge Beck :-.ed
for ...-
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Other
wen P : Offjc v,- :
of the M C
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Gillette, Shepard B Mrs
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Stationed At Hosptal
DENVER. J. Gerber is the firs*. J-_
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Mass. He will also function as
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Force Base. L *..-. Buckle) F
Naval Air 3ase and Camp C
The:
stationed at Camn Cai
plain G* rber is t
>f "The
Receive LL B. At 64
PHILADELPHIA JTA
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award last week for Btr.

age of 64. was admitted to
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Hebrew School
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vJewlsiincrkHati
FRIDAY, MARCH 16,
Eastern Star
Hill Honor
Master Masons
Mrs. Mary Alper, worthy mat-
ron of Emunah Chapter 175. i
Order of the Eastern Star, will Z
honor all master masons of Dis-
trict 29 on March 22. at 8 p.m. J
16 Scottish Rite Temple, 4711 _
N.W. 3rd St.
The Mahi Shrine Chanters, un-
der the leadership of August
THE COHENS' _
?COUSlN N\AX. HELPING H
HIMSELF TO MY CIGARS,
AGAIN/
Our Film Folk
Bv LEON GUTTERMA..
E i
: r of H I
ption
. Dr. G G
pal n: Da\ A : S I
Fresh Meat, Butter
Now Included In
Parcels To Israel
Is sent 1 .:
R :
I : I
. I in 1
n Zion Ginsl
I Fi .d t ir Israel.
I Goi I Agri-
ire D
[age or I
. '. of the winter ;.rid sj
ssitating ei 11 food
[ weight
I be-
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S< r Isi Inc. will
. : notif j
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811.50 I S39.J : .
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43.
Card Party Slated
'
(' a card party
' IB h Hoi
Beach, on Sunday, M rch
: 15 p.m.. it h been an-
ed by Mrs. Rob. 11 I
j
' e purpose i
n the oi
Harry K .;i ^
guest sp ikei '..
--- in charge ol
was once believed that
'-- '- i nter .,
: without t rst
iing their hands.
HOLLYWOOD W n
there" "My
-
issei
rj
ts :
s
,-yn tests ol
.
;ii
:.
ted Ii S

Directjr-
Ratol
I .
5 back in H
( : ':'

I
. 115
. :
. Ezra Si
-
r of the D
n NBC.
Bill Sti n
:.' top television d lytime ; i
two months on the'
air with h:> new NBC show "Re- I
Date" It".- a quiz |
.. Iramatic twist. And
he's quite proud of having pulled
nen viewers in four i
... Lillian Hellman's new
play. I i star Frederic March.
will !> 'Autumn Garden." :
Lillian, if you recall, did quite I
well with "Little Foxes." -Watch '
e Rhine" and "Searching
Wind" Frank Loesser. com- I
''' re's Charley?" and'
I nd Dolls." both big
Iway hits, and currently
back at Paramount writing
s says he
t New York to do the n usi
:' r "H ick nd Jim," mus .
: Tv tin's "Huckle-
Finn." which M ixwi II
J sh L gan are
- Cam vsky, v.hn
' in "Enemy of the
on Broadway, p >stcards
he"ll be teaching ah advanced
lass :.: the I
N. Y. Producer
has :
til t the Bev< | Hi Is
B n : >/ ith with Produci i Harry
t .
ileys have taken a'
partment. i
Broadcasting S
: the board will
' s time wil
id of the I
C >mmissi n .
: Pi
Now that his musical "Call Me
Mi lam" is on its way to being
a smash success. Irving Berlin is
making plans to go on a long
rest from his writing chores.
ver, Irving says he'il be
ready to undertake any a
from the War Department,
: to his "This Is the Army"
nit World War II and
is "Yip Yip Yaphank" show
. n 1017 .
.or Hci". y Denker wv
-"i.lSl following
: I dur-
_ v. hich he claimed that Eagle
ited plot, char-
- and dramatic sequences
h b i k, "I'll Be Right
M ," i : the movie "I"
- C rner" 20th-century
F x studio is reading a biography
: Iming i n the life of Dr.
:": ei I Harpo Mara
that "Arabia is a place
they dame Shiek to Shiek"
. or is it Sheet t i Sheet? .
Jack Benny tills us that maga-
zines are getting smaller and
smaller. He's just heard of one
- the size of a postage stamp.
You lick the back of it and paste
it on your eyeball!
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis'
personal production "At War
With the Army" has turned out
to be Paramount's biggest grosser
in the last five years: that is. with
one exception: the biggest of them
all. and of all time, is "Samson
and Delilah" Incidentally, the
suit of Charlie Isaacs and Hal
Goodman against Martin and
Lewis for unauthorized use of
Builders of Immortal
Memorials for the
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gays,ores where-^asss-Vaad ***.* .. Dl
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their comedy material, was set-
tled out of court. The gagmen
asked for $30,000.
Virtuoso Jascha Heifetz, who
was 50 years old February 2.
didn't celebrate the event, but
continued on his busy winter's
concert schedule. He's doing a-,
two-and-a-half month U.S. tour
this winter, to include two weeks
in Cuba Jascha told us recent-
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records aren't going over so well
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Religious Directory
West Miami Jewish Center. 5720
S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)-
Rabbi Exra Lifshitx.
-. v|
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Fwst Jewish Congregation of
Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
trill officiate nt
.' tS.lSp.ni Hebrew
... : i p :n. to 5 10 P m.
9:43 to 12 noon.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson,
rabbi.
Services ) at S p.m. Dr. P.
will p: t unlay
y ?.5.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
reslnf services at 8:15.
- : 10.
Temple Beth El (Conservative).
630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
ea S p.m.;
I 9
II i. Sun-
Congregation roung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
= t S: 1
p m
Sha Seudoi
-
bera in thi
.
T'Ferexn israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7tb
Avenue.
t 5:S0 p.m.;
i m All residents In that
ted to attend.
N. W. Religious Congregation,
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
k
Northside Jewish Center,
Douglas Gardens. 5028 N.W. 71h
Ave.
.- at p.rn
bj i am i D
ugh Thurs-
day .". 4" : s i: i to
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
both Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Service* daily > a.m. and s> a.m.;
Mincha 4 p m., Maariv at 7 p.m. Friday
.:.fc- servii at Rundown.
Miami Beacn Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lchrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
':.-:
W.
M .-i ...
rabbi will

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Mrs. Alex <"
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Fiag'.cr-Granada Jewish Center.
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Dcwntown Synnagogue (form-
erly old Beth David). 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitx.
[ .
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Temple jsraet (Reform), 13?
N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Rabbi Emeritus.


N

Coral Gabies Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop:
Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve
Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
-

be Wednesday. March -l at i:M p.m.
: purlm sen-Ice Thura.
day, March -l at 10 a.m.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). Town
8: Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P.
Mann.
Servici ''in* "*
i: ibbl M = 11- At 11
duct a
\v IN /.
i I) "Harmony In the Pa
i from l" to
the Coburn School, iwo Ba)
I \- ve. Noi
Congregation beth Tfilah (Or-
thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
1 iy evening services at 6:30.
Baturday morning at 1:10 the rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week Mincha p.m. followed
bj .-'!. Si idos nd Man -. lerv-
l tally service 7:50 a.m.
followed by class in Mishn.i. Mincha at
i on Bundaj Tue id
and ft'edni sdaj by i :.' n In Laws and
Customs, and on Mondays and Thurs-
days by class In Jewish Legends of
the Talmud.
Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitx.
Ben p in. Friday. Daily
it 7:3 I ">.'M p.m.
Cong. Monticello Park. N.E
163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob
D. Katx.
15 p.m.
Late Friday es at 5:30
- ervlce at 9
Sui Lati Frldaj
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St..
Miami Beach.
Dally I am. and 6:00
nt at 9 a.m
:i- .! Ia hi fli Id :' I ). SCO,
n ill speak "ii "My Impn I My
V the l(. id. a a, ademy."
iy evening set...... p m,
Baturday at 4 p.m. there will be a
story hour for children of the entire
munlty. refreshments will be
serv.-d and Hebrew dan and songs
will .be i.inght by Bobble Lauer.
m ha at I 13 p.m. and Shalos Bi
follow lay morning service at 8.
At 4::: a class In Cnumlsh and Rasha
wil! be held by Mr. Goldstein,
Temp!e Israel. "The Temple on
the Lake." 1901 North Flagler
Drive, W. Palm Beach. RicharH
I E. Singer. Rabbi.
Sabbath evi Frldaya B:15
p.m. Rabl I S will speak on "On
!: il Jew"a sermon f>>r
Purlm. Sabbath candles will be lit by
Mrs ; .v. i. h hour of
rafrc nt ai hip will follow
I Sabbath morning services
day, 11:13 a m
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
PYldaj .....rvlres at r,:?.n p.m.
forum al
Rabbi I ra n r will preai h on "Is
Meaningful Today?" Cantor
Tambor l!l ch nl l
. g
Max
.
i p.i Min
'2 noon. I

nd t
Heading i
'.
.1 th<

Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. Cantor Louis Feder.

V,



Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
.
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M.nii--
v' i mx Id
the dlrei ion of l.....n
Rabbi Shapiro
>>" Active
on of Mi
and Mrs M md Robert
' Mrs. 1 ..'. > Jai ibs
' .; Sunday 10:30
a.m led i Ral
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
ea t a.m and 5:S0 p.m.
The Young
Mil participate In lal
.
I :
w-, kly i
1 Sunday seta at 10 a m
'," u- : March SI, si 7 p m
Kabbl >.,. !.. Kin speak pi loi t., the

Congregation Kneseth Israel
(Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor.

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12th Atc. Rabbi Simon Apnl|
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
i day evi ning I
. enlni sei vlo"
: will siieak on
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lowed by Mincha, ShaL |
Maariv. ll.br, m .-.
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- ibbsth mol 1*1
R ibbl will ipaak on ti
..f the Law
Jewith CommumtT_
Cen!
(Conservative). 2020 Polk *
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Hon>8
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
Pi daj
! day services al
will conduct ti
will ba "Aw lenl an i
Baturday n
Rabbi Honbjr
P : on o< the Law. t
...l | IS a m 8
Herman Voss Dally M
\ Mima.-, can b.
ev. nlni by calling cei rMM
North Shora jewUh *>' t
(Conservative). Biscayne '
mentary School Cafetonun* '
St. and Dickens Ave. Ph.l>P^lW
Spiritual Leader.
Rabbi hullo I
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FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1951
OBITUARIES
* ki*t rk.rM/an
PAGE 9 B
MAX PALAY
,, visitor from Milwaukee passed
, |ncal li
STremaliw were
funeral
H
-. i t
wie.
ispltal on March 6.
...in to Milwaukee
Interment by (Jurdon
GROSS
Venetian Way. passed
He leaves a son. Dr.
a dauanter, Mrs. Ben-
Mlaml Beach; two other
Sow fork. The remains
\, w York for
mi by Qordon
ISAAC
M
Wlllan
dausbu
"
ii.i mil
Home. ________
BERKOW
160th Terr., a
v i itassed away
. uj hla WlfS, Anna
services
Funeral
DAVID
;.:. of 11. v i:
)!
resl-
from
March B.
a
of i nance; two daUKhters,
Ue>..... North Miami
, Truda i.utz, Winston
v % ices were conducted
.; Chapel by Babbl
"' M interment followed
' j|. \, i'i meter).
li
Semi-Finalists Signed
In Graziano-Jones Tilt
Omelio Agramonte, heavy-
weight champion of Cuba, and
Odil RWey of Chicago, were
ntly to meet in a 10-
ruund bout supporting the 10-
round feature midleweight fracas
liampion Rocky
Grazian New York and
Reuben Norfolk, Va., at
Monday evening.
I I
i himself dan-
- with Joe Louis.
. i Oma and others
6, of
March .
ISIDOR LIPMAN
mnr '' '" aurvlved
i,,,"1;."' ""' Rob
buig, Pa two dauahi
"*. of Alexand, ,
Richard Cohen, of n.
grandchildren, The
i" Harrlaburs for
ment b) Qordi
away
:t
on
died on
by his Hii,
' of Ha
'.- Mrs. Lav |,|
y rid Mr,
d; also six
iein.il,,> .,
and Inter-
-:";: "f;:;' for*
here from New
remains wren
Ultel 111.nl
H. Iea>
broth
Punerol Home
JEAN
n. passed awai
lived here for the
her parents, Mr
wlnn, who i ami
WINN
March 10, 8h, had
, V V, w|th
ii i i>
Alao survivlnT'a'r. he
** w,,,;, n .,,;,,!
>><"'> Stern, of Miami Beach -
tees were conducted In Gordon
.'':''; "Jth Rabbi Slrnon
''.' '"'I';-' Intermeni took
.\. bo i metery.
Fineral
Apt
Placi in .\it.
. passed
.. the 12th.
five years he came
lork Clt) whi
asm ror servlc.
rdpn Funeral Home.
If'. Hall..., ,! a
i Oustave, of New Fork!
MEYER MARKIN
8
\ikiii, or Miami. Thi
'- i hlcago for
intermeni by Gordon Pum
nwav
\ i\. ,i
bj
i mains
ervlcea and
neral Home
8(, of

Win,I,
Fa m ii
ri i H,VMAN REINGOLD
wUSi uTrH.,,w.lT' :
''"he1:":-''
'""'^ '"' I k. The
wat
JWl!itB1f|"
blf Sina,Do? ordNew"l!Lter'
kins were >.., ,,, New v,k f,.
Home """' |,v Qordon
servlcea
I- ii in r.i l
MAURICf KRAFT
J7, of 582 S.W MM St ,
March ii. a
'at-". Mr. Kraft came
ton, B, iv. and leav. -
' issed awa>
i for two
i:"in Charles-
ffiT m-^'V,:,,!-.1,
<( i narieston, and Mrs
of Elisabeth, N.
two brother* and n
held in i;
with Intermeni In \it
BENJAMIN STERN
-*5rtjS i a -ere
1 leaners He leaves his
Kg? .'-:
?sv asssT
held n the R|versld. Mi
Rabbi Mosea Meseheloff conduct,
MORRIS ROSENBLATT
',. j,iied .may in a local hospital
"ii the Il'th. Surviving are three sons.
Dr. Klton Rosenblatt, of Coral Gables,
William and Sidney; also a daughter,
' The : i in.i in- were sent to
Naugstuek, Conn., for services and
Interment by "The Miami Riverside."
BARNETT TANENBAUM
.-'. "f !."..'n Marseilles Drive, who
came here four ro ,\. ,.
w.rk < ity where he was In the textile
March 10 He
his wife, I:. Larry.
David, x,,| .,,, ,,,,..
William, and a sister, Mrs. Pauline
Paulson. The remains wi i Bent t,,
New York foi
by Riverside Mi mortal Chapel, M
Beach.
JOSEPH LUTZKY
Ti. of 62* inth St., a resident
"<- tei in il i L.tliing opei -
tor. pasaed twaj on the i-th He la
survived by his wife, Reglna,
two sim.., Al Leslie ai d Hs i.- -
i.f Miami Beach. Th< i
to New York foi re!
mi nt by Rive de Mi n
i 'i.ap, :. Ml ml B. ich.
ISAAC
, 70, of 7MI ...
here for 10 Mais (
keegan, in., passed
He leaves Ins wlf
;V held in the
Mausoleum with Rabbi
n officiating Arrangei
Kraft,
Sell waltz,
In charg
Of ,\l ,: .
SILVERSTEIN
Ave i resident
imlng from Wau-
wa on Hi. i h
. 'lalre Si i \ lei b
^\.....Ilawn i
Moahay l:
- were
'f Riverside Mem
He.I, h.
rial Chap, i
Hlstel .
Anna
.1.; also
Sei \:. ....
irh
. HYMAN OBSTGARTEN
so, B.io Ocean Drive, i-
M;"H 10 II- former!) was
Nl H York
surviving are his d i ight. r, Mi 11 a
Kats, ith I,..in he md two
Abe and Han y, ,,f \.
were sen) to \. w y
and i tei ment by Rh
>:" Mi Chapel, Miami B, i
_ STELLA RASKIN
51, ,,f 750 Jefferson Ave., a resident
12 years, omli g I
wood, N, .i passed awas on thi
Bui red by hei husband,
r. The remain*
N.w fork I ervices and inti
W Rlv. rsldi Mi :; rial Ch
Beach.
MORRIS MARKS
Of '..... 11th Bl a retlri 'I -
New y..i k, | ned a
ii Man .i 12. He i ame hei
ago a nd Is survived I I wife. C.
three aoi i and E o M -
ami, and i >i. Bei l Mark-, ,,f i
and four grandchildren. Services w<
held in Rlvi i side Memor al I 'h
Mia I B< h uitli Rabbi I.
Kronlsh tint
in Ml .V.I,,,
ANNA BERSON
1811 Euclid Ave., passed away this
week, .-'ii.- i~ -,:. ived bj i
David. The
v.iv, rk4 N. ,i. i etvl -
and interment by Beai h M
Chapel, i Altoi Ri ad
- .HARRY BOLOTIN
'- "' B82a B.W. 13th T. ,
'',> ill a !.:,! hospital on
v ?"" wife. Henrlett..
and two sons. David and Arthur; also
Riley flattened/ five was i
opponents. fSbil"h5I!
Tun,' -l sale at Major -
e, 127 N.E. 1st
. MEYER MURSKAN
; ol 803 Jth SI .. Id,
f Chapel g^VKS I
for >. rvlces and
N< i
,.,,.
rsld, MemoVtal Chap .':,
leai li.
SfrNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
2759 FLAGLER ST.
W, H. P
. ncies
and .'.: ich.
in Miami rl!> ("r ""
Sei vices were held at
Riverside," with Rabbi
Murray Grauei ng The
mains were then sent to N
ei num.
>l ...
I -
i'ork
MA* NEGER
., passed awaj In a Palm Beai h
i the 8th. He leaves hit
wife,.Pauline; two sons, i:i:..
Leonard; two claughti rs, Mi Marlon
"nines and Mrs Rhoda Rosensteln, trf
ngenn nti were in
charge of "The Miami Rlvi. Bide."
MISS SARA FISCHLER
m. ..r 2012 iff, hi, st., passed
'<: m a Miami i onvales. nt home.
Bl e waves a brother, Max, and threl
sisters, .Mrs. Ida Oelman, Mrs Lena
;i was formallv IS**". ""J -M,s- K"~- Perlman
thl'^tS^a ."^,'1:;;!, -!; ,?S
special ceremonv here last week "claUns;. Interment followed at Mt
Dr. Samuel S Hollander, of Chi- *"'" _______
chairman of the union ex- tillie m. Schwartz
17, of L^'u B W. Il'th \ve., pasteil
away March 11 Surviving her are a
son. Hob. of Miami Beach, anil a
daughter, Mrs, Doris Stem. The re-
mains were sent to Chicago fi n
ieea and interment h\ "The Miami
Riversi.l.
Cuban Temple Inducted
Into Union Of American
Hebrew Congregations
HAVANA CubaTemple Beth
Israel, I I Latin-American
egation to affiliate with the
Union of Ami rican Hebrew Con-
gregations, parent body of Liberal
I Judaism in An
SIMON I SCHLER
67, of ,.,2 Euclid A' |,------,i away
ll.; was etlreil

Memorial
hi ond came hi re from Cl
14 years ag< He le iv. his n fi Celbi
and three daughters. The
for
intermeni by i: i
' *api I, Miami Bi
MRS.
I l|
12th. Tin
11
Riverside
SARAH ABRAMOWITZ
Isl gft passi .i.i.i-, on the
to New
- i nil Intermi nt bj
Memorial Chapel, Miami
Mrs Abramowlts is sun iv. .
daughters, Mrs L. .., Levlson,
Mrs, Cora Kerb and Mrs. Qrace
Mill.-:-. She was a winter visitor from
Beach Haven, N. J.
WHY
/ YOUR BEST BUY
Block from Timet Squore WolUrui
distance to everything worthwhile.
lecutive board, presented the
I charter of membership to Harry ',
E. Price, president of the con-
ition.
In presenting the charter, Dr.
Hollender hailed the event as
ii'I in the ever-
[Srowini '.'-tic unity of the "'" -'"
| Ami ricas.
Temple Beth Israel is the only
V' ;, temple in Cuba.
[Ratei Mill :. V\', issberg, its spirit-
SL**1 graduate of the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, and a vet-
eran of m n than two years
l&ecin ':' t-haplaincy of the
I I Sta
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HANNAH PRUFFER
Passed awaj this week The remains
to New fork foi
and Interment by Beach Ml
Chapel, is:." Alton Road,
HILBERT F. ISKE
Passed awaj this week 'i...
were sent t., Hamilton, Ohio, for
services and interment by Beach
Mem.,rial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
army.
Let
ALEX SENTER
Passed away this week. The
mains were sen) to New York
servlcea and Interment by B
Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
JOSEPH GANG
Passed away this week. The re-
mains were sent to Nea Tort for
servlcea and interment bj Beach
; Memorial Chapel, I8S0 Alton Road.
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PAGE 10 B
JewHtnork*t*n
Tupper Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Sarah
Tupper, formerly of 4550 Sheridan
Ave., Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, March 18, at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery at 2 p.m. with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
Mrs. Tupper is survived by her
husband. Herman E.: two daugh-
ter s. Rhca Stern, of Miami Beach,
and Leona Blumenkranz. of Mi-
ami: three sisters in Syracuse.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
friE ADVENTURES OF .CAPTAIN
j IN THEIR RESCUERS PLANE
CAPTAIN TOV AND UZI, RACE
1 riAJ MUSAS ARAB BANDITS
fOTHE IMMIGRANT________
:OLUMN-----j '
Friedman Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Rose
Friedman, formerly of 1530 S.W.
4th St., will take place Sunday.
March 18, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Fried-
man is survived by her husband
Sam. a son Henry, and a daughter
Bonnie, all of Miami; also a sister
and two brothers, of Brooklyn.
Arrangements arc in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relatives are asked to
attend.
Program Time Changed
Radio Workshop for Democracy
announces new broadcast time for
its weekly dramatic programs.
The program will now be heard
every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
over station WMIE.
Designed to advance harmoni-
ous understanding among all
people. Radio Worshop for Demo-
cracy is directed by Mrs. Gertrude
Marx, with musical accompani-
ment by Steve Kessler at the
organ.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY (51VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring > engage in
i ei > under the fl< til < me of
Gem Jewelers ;u 1221 N w 3rd Ave.
M ami, Intends to eglster Mild
name with tin- Clerk of the Cl
Court "f Dade County, Florida,
HERMAN LEBEN,
Sol.' >u i ...
i ;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the i'oiwtv .in;i:s cocrt
IN VND FOR DADE COL'NTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
] R. ESTATE OP
DORA Itl.L'MENSO.N,
,-. .1
T.. All tors and All Pei sons Hav.
o i man Is A
Esl
i"i I i i ;i f > -11. i hereby
!.! ; required to present
I i' -ii in,i- u In. h j ou, or
either of you, may I
d< ised,
eslei I "ountj Si tfork,
i" Hi'- Hoi IV. I", illanton, inty
of [>ade County, and file the
;i. h offli in Hi., i
[house in Dade County, l
within eight calendar montha fi m
ih.. date "i the first publication hereof.
- i lalms or demands to mtaln the
legal address of the i lalmanl and i,, be
sworn to and presented ;i- ..:
ame will in- barred,
i i ite Pi bruary 26th, A.D. 1951.
i 'AVID r.i.r.Mi:.\si >n,
As Ancillary Executor "f the l~'-t
Will and Testament ol DORA
BLl'MENSON, Deceased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
_ Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fin.
Attorney fr Ancillary Executor
:: .'-c.'-ic-;3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C1RCC1T COCRT OF THE
ELEVENTH Jl.'DU'IAL CIRCl'IT,
IN AND FOR I'A I IK COl'NTY.
FI-OR1DA. IN CHANCERY, No.
139376.
DOMENICK !.<><; \\\. Plaintiff, vs,
STELLA LOQANA, Defendant.
You, STELLA LOOANA, 110
filmlnskl Drive, Syracuse, New York,
. quired to serve a copy "i youi
Answer t" the BUI of Complaint for
divorce >t: plaintiff's attorney,
HAROLD SHAPIRO, 27 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
Ii.....Iglnal ii ii.....fflce of the Clerk
c.f ihis ('..in i on ..! before April 9,
1951, otherwise ;i Decree Pro ConfeSBO
will In. entered :iM;iinsi you.
DATED March :. 1951,
i: It LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Clrcuil Court Seal)
By It. II. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
23-30 l a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
m -s under the fictitious name of
Albert's Jewelers at 264 E. Flagler
Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
tin- Clrcuil Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT B GROSS
S..I,. i iwner
:: 16-23-30 I 6
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name "f
Interstate Sales Companj al 138 N.W.
1st Street, Miami, Florida, intends to
register s.ii.i mini,, with tin- Clerk ol
tin- Circuit Court ->f Dade County,
Florida.
STANLEY FELDMAN,
s.,1,. 11 ner
3/16-23-3 4 '',
Tune in
"Jowish Forum
Oh The Air"
Station: WFEC (1220 on dial)
Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
IITI1 JUDICIAL CIH'TIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 139267
HELEN TOMASCHESKI, Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI,
I f ndant.
TO IOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI
WEST 36th STREET
NEW YORK, N. Y.
YOU .!'. required to serve ;t copy
of no i- Answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint for l 'i the Plaintiff's
Attorney and to file tin- Original
Answc r In the i iffii.....t the Clerk of
tli" I "lr< :ii' i oil! t on or I,, foi.. tin- 6
I Apt:'., a 11. 1951: otherwise, the
l Nil of C nt for D vorce hen to-
fore filed herein will 1..- taken as
confessed by n
DATED ;,t Miami, Florida, this fi
day ol Man h. 1951.
E B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit < "out t.
Pad.. County, Florida.
ill Court Seal)
Bj : W.\I. W, STOCKING,
______ Deputy Clerk.
Ml RRAT GOODMAN, Attorney,
:' I i!vmi,|;i Building,
Miami, Florida
u 9-16 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
dersigned desiring to eng
> W, Eighth SI Ml
jnl. f la, tier the fictitious name
of A-i Liquor Store, Intends to regis-
ter the -.ml name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON PE8KOE
1':.,',,: .. tor
SAMUEL RUBIN
Attorney :,t Law
*'-'" Lincoln Road, M. B., Fla.
! 9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring ti engagi In
I business under the flctltl
martin s Beauty Baton al 636 s
' randon Boulevard, H i .... Key
Intends to
aid name with the Clerk of t
iult Court of Dade County, I
, 2 ,, }S m BUDNER, Sol. I ..... i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY'
I.mKII'A. in CHANCERY, No!
LOTTIE DORSCH, PI Intlff, vs
JAMES .1 DORSCH, Del
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April, A D. 1951, oth.

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I". B, LEATHERMAN,
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FRIDAY. MARCH 16, 1951
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
+Jeist) fhriciinr,
PAGE 11B
rrire OF INTENTION TO MAKE
lN0 APPLICATION FOR FINAL
AP DISCHARGE
-WUIN'TT JfDGE'SCtMIRT. 1>AI)K
Pml-VTV. I--I-.M1II.A. :No. 11894.
p. ram
.11 apply I" the. Hohor-
[' [tlanton, County Judge of
Count)'' Florida, tor approval

dd fin.il i
81 E>
l>ort and tor
titor of the
I*-,* rd day of February..
final dls-
Bstate of

1951.
HARRY KORKTZKY.
Irii'V STONE
Igwrnrr for Ex.
linn1 C
ljl:.tnii. FM.
Ij;.>-16-23
Bldg.,
NOTICE I'NDER FICTITIOUS
N0 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFJREBY GIVEN that
|thl undrrsign. IL, n,-^ uii'l. tin- fictitious name of
l',i \ 1'KI.NTING SERVICE at 28
Is V Hlli Street, Miami, Florida,
I said name with
KrClrrll o( the Circuit
leant, norldabAvlD
|jlAI'.X FABER
|fjlrnry foi Applicant
Brew Bldg.
5-U-S3
NOTICE UNDER FICTmouT"
..........,, NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th- .
Ue undersigned, desiring i,,V ,"'','
business under 11... fi.,i,i ea*ase in
Majors dKSTown 'rtr,""1""
register aald name
the Circuit Court
Florida
"illi Hi,
of Dade
7, 420
tt-nrlH to
Clerk of
County,
MAJORS CARIN nun i ,v-,.
BBWCK AND ffiSSig^ 1N'
420 Lincoln Road.
2/23 3/2-9-16
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
the undersigned, desiring t emrae in
MTiorTcaM:!';;",'" ""'- ''
r ttf^S1 !,"i', nftme wi,n the Clefk
norldaC"'"" """t or OoSSR
MAJORS CABIN (jiiit I nan
HERICK AND SHAPIRO ^
. 420 Lincoln RoadV '
2/23 3/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
Court of Dadc
MARKS
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
VTHE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
,-T|[ JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN* AND
r',,r |,\i>i: i i'NTT, FLORIDA.
|\ CHANCERY No. 139049.
ni.TMK ORE I A- THIN, Plaintiff, vs.
NATHAN llll ENSTEIN,
lant
S-ATHAN (iREENSTEIN,
I4ss Metro lltan Avenue
N v
YOl' .1'- to snve a copy
the BUI of Com-
[tlvi '-n the plaintiff's
he original answer
'li rk of the Clr-
i pfore I he 2nd day
otherwise, the
or 1 ilvorce here-
fore filed "ill be taken as
PATKH il Florida, this 27
i f Febru \ i> 1951
I.EATHERMAN,
Ihi Clrcull Court
n i inty, Florida.
I'
VI c FEIC.E,
I leputy Clerk


ORMAS R. LYONS,
[ami, Hoi
MARY M. CARJULI.O, Plaintiff v
SEBASTIAN CARDILLo """' V*
Defendant.
m^ ..1IT pOR DIVORCE
312 West 43rd Street,
New York City, New Yo'rk
. Ym ^".-'"H1 ,"Y NOTIFIED that
w n f.!,HCom!"al"t '"'" Divorce has
been filed aKainst you, and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the BUI of
Complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys,
. ,'i',; ,'""'"' K:|l'lan, 6.-.0 Sev-
boid Building. Miami. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
< ourt on or before the 22nd day of
March, 1851. if you fall to d
Judgment by default will be
agalnsl you for the relief
in the Hiii ,,r Complaint
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for (our consecutive weeks
in l lie .i.wish Florldlan
DONE AND ORDERED at
Florida, this 20th day of
1951.
]:
BO,
taken
demanded
Miami,
February,
. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit ourt, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Sval)
By .\l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[ IS H IEBY GIVEN that
ring to engage m
titioua name of
to Venetian Rlind Laundry at 35
/.'. 17th Street, Miami, Florida,
I name with the
k of the Circuit Court of Dado
Dtinty, Florida
_ HARRY KESSMAN
3 2-9-U
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[NOTICE Is HEREBY qiVEN that
undertdcm-il, desiring to engage In
mder the fictitious name of
I ..t Room 237, 420
n.-oin Rood. Miami Beach. Intends
aid name with the Clerk
th; Tin ult Court of Dade County,
londa.
L,;HA,0RS 'AKIN GRILL, INC.
BUCK AND SHAPIRO
IO0 Uncilii Road.
PI/J-M6
MYERS, HEIMAN ,v
KAPLAN, ESQS,
850 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2 23 i 2-9-16
C, FEIGE,
Deputy curie.
''v^LYldvn'Vi!;;^-^"- "alntlff,
Defehdanl "AI:,!KI' ^thicklam,.
".'...I^i.ia hmu;,:,. 8TBICKLAND
Eure, North Carolina.
of \,. :"'' 'Wired to serve a copy
'",,',":;."" UM Hill for Ihvor'ee
,''','"- attorney, and to file
ine < l,i k of the Circuit Court on or
''I/"" "" day ,.r Ma"-h 19M-
' '"'""' "" BUI of ComSaint "
PiVSK; '""""ore fMed Kerein.'
" DATE3DaatCMreMed b
day of Februai
tin-
far
will
you.
Florida, this 13
nil,
1951
' B. LEATHERMAN,
(Circuit cSur*8eai,the C,rcUlt Court
By WM. W. STOCK INI!
6MANUEL lkvionson""1"*' Cle,k
Attorney for plaintiff
Ho, Blscayne nidg.
Miami, Florida.
2/23 3/2-9-16
^?,RPE.R..0.f: PUBLICATION
240.
Wll''A\-;'r\, 1',ll,-'-sl!,'I!V' Plaintiff,
vs. KEITH LEROY PILLBBURY
Defendant.
T,,'i,'>L;i l-l:l!"V PILLBBURY
-4 West Grand Avenue
Highland Park ::. Michigan
;"", 'lr" hereby ordered and re-
quired 'o serve a copy of your answer
to the Hill i Complaint for Divorce,
' copy ol which is enclosed herewith.
on I lalntinf's attorney, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida, on or before the r,th day of
April, 19,>1, otherwise the allegations
Ol raid Bill will be taken as .n-
.- ssed by vou.
DATED: March 6, 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,_,. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(i iic uit Court s. al)
By WM. w
SAMUEL .1. HANI)
Attorn.-;, for Plaintiff
1007 Olympla Building
Miami 32, Florida
3 9-16 23 30
STOCKING,
Deputy cieik.
DADE COUNTY,
I IIANCERY, No.
.,!ICE BY PUBLICATION
r, ,,';.' ":i'CIT CiiCRT OF THE
IvYEi ni'ICIAL CIRCUIT
B AND FOR
HORIDA 1\
I "
rfABBTH r WOLPER, Plaintiff,
1AR1) M WOLPER, Dc-
' WOLPER,
-1 to serve a copy
the Hill of Com-
attorney, MOR-
G, 420 'Lincoln
ll, Florida, and file
office of the Clerk
' "Hit on or beforo
therwlse, said Bill
confessed by you.
i February, A.D.
ted thla >
LEATHERMAN,
the Circuit Court.
i- n
Clerk of
Real)
> H. H, RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
14-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^e Jewish Florfdian so-
J* yQur legal notice..
We appreciate your
j^onaqe and auaran-
8 accurate service at
legal
lor
'ates. Phone 2-1141
messenger service.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF I Ll IRIDA, IN AND I'- IR DADE
culNTY. |.\ CHANCERY, No.
138817,
ISIDORE FISHBEIN, Plaintiff, vs.
TILLIE FISHBEIN. Defendant,
SUIT UOH DIVORCE
TO: MRS. TILLIE FISHBEIN
104 Dumont Avenue
Brtiokl>-n, New Y'ork
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint tor Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint
on the plaintiff- Attorney, JOSEPH
W. MALKK, 350 Lincoln Koad, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 21 day of March, 1951. If
you fail to do so, Judgment by default
will bo taken against you for the
relief demanded In the BUI of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In The Jewish Flnridian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19 day of February, A.D.
1851.
E. It 1.KAT1IHRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By II. II. RICK, JR.,
Deputy Clerk
JOSEPH W. MALKK, Esq.
:::,o Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
2 23 9 '2-9-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
139290
LILL1 \.v BALDINL Plaintiff, vs.
OTTO JOSEPH BALDINI,
I'. fendant.
J"ou,"OTTO JOSEPH BALDINI, Cen-
tral Ishp State Hosp l ,: for the in-
sane, l/int- Island, New York, are
required to serve a copy <>f your
Answ.r to the BUI --f Complaint for
Divorce on plaintiffs attorney,
HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and fiU'
the original In the office of the Clerk
of this Court on or before April 6.
1*51, otherwise Judgment will be en-
terested against you,
DATED March 7. 1951.
K. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By It. H RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
3/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OR THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
M,;I"DA. IN CHANCERY, No.
MILDRED BORUCKI, Plaintiff, vs.
STANLEY HORUCKI, Defendant.
I'd: STANLEY BORUCKI,
.'.9.1 William Sire, t.
Bridgeport, Conn.
Y,'',r AIlK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a (till of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, and y.,u are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer on the plaintiffs attorney,
and file the original in the office of
the ( lerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 2Sth day of March. 1951,
In default of which this Hill f Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 21th dny of February,
19,il.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
('lerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
THEODORE J. SAKowmT*' ''"^
Attorney for Plaintiff,
822 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
3/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICE
,-. NRJ'CE T CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND for DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No
-,..::...
In Re: ESTATE OF
MAX BASS,
Dei-eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons llav-
ine'Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present anv
claims and demands which vou, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Max Bass, deceased, late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon
w. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same ill his office
in tin- County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant ami to be sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or sa.....
will be barred.
Ii.-ite February 22. A 11 1951
CLARA mass.
As Administratrix ol the i: tati
of Max Bass, I...... is. .1
Mm: Ton ROTHENBERG,
Attorney for Administratrix
:: 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDEF: FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Little Hake Shop at 2127 Coral Way.
Miami. Intend to register said nniie
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACOB L. HI SET
JOE FOX
MYERS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN.
650 Seybold nidg.
2/23 3,2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIV EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Cabin Grill Restaurant at Room 23,,
IL'n Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. _._
MAJORS CABIN GRILL, INC.
BERICK AND SHAPIRO.
420 Lincoln Road.
2 23 3/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
13927S.
Louis TEDONE, Plaletifr, vs.
FILOMENA TEDONE, also known
as FILOMENA MONTARULI, De-
fendant.
SHIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FILOMENA TEDONE, also
known as i n,i IMENA
MONTARULI,
Corso Giovanni lafta No. 47
Ituvo di Puglla,
Barl, Italia.
You, FILOMENA TEDONE, also
known as FILoMENA MONTARULI.
are hereby notified that a Hill of
Complaint tor Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you are required to
nerve copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney. BEN BSKEN.
ESQ., 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Flor-
ida and file th.....'Iglnal Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
.,f the circuit Court on or before the
6 day of April. 1951. If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will !" taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall i- published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
AND ORDERED at Miami,
tiiis 7 day of March, A.D.
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE CI 1UN IV
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No,
22934.
IN RK: ESTATE I IF
CARSl "N BRAD] ORD, si:.
I '. I .ised.
Notice Is hereby given thai we have
filed our Final Return as Executors .-f
the Estate of CARSON BRADFORD,
si: dec. .is.il. that we have filed
petition for distribution and for dis-
charge and that on April i, 1951, or
as soon thereafter as we may be
heard, we will apply the Honorable
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of the
State of Florida for approval Of said
Iglnal Return and for an Order of
Distribution and for Final Discharge
as Executors of the Will of CARSON
bradi-ord, si:. deceased
DATED th, 22nd day of February,
1951.
MARION PATRICK BRADFORD
CARSON BRADFORD, JR.
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Attorney for Executors
1101 Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beaoh, Florida
:: 2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIITC
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADK
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
139155.
suit for DIVORCE
ISIDORE KAS8, also known as ISI-
DORE KASTINOW1TZ, Plain: ft
vs. ELIZABETH KASS, also known
as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ,
I Vlen.la lit.
TO: ELIZABETH KASS also known
as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ
1110 St. Johns Place
Brooklyn, New York
Y..11 ELIZABETH KASS are herebj
notified that a Hill of Complaint foe
Divorce has been filed against you, and
you an- requlred-to serve a copy of
your Answer oi- "Pleading to the'Hill
of Complaint on tin- plaintiffs At-
torney, CHERTKOF AND KALISH
607-S Olympla Building, .Miami, Flor-
ida, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
6 day of April, 1961. If you fail t |o
SO, Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the HIII of Complaint,
This notice shall be published DOCS
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Honda, this 2 day of March. A.D
1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, (I,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida,
(< llrcult Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
CHERTKOF AND KAlieS"" "'^
"7-s olympla Building
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' THF7
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND F'op. DADFJ
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
139157.
MARY DISTEFANO, Plaintiff. VS.
JOSEPH DISTEFANO, Defend. :r
TO: JOSEPH DISTEFANO,
220 'Cast 103rd street.
N,w York, New York
You ar, required to serve a
of your answer t(, the Bill of Com-
plain! for Dlvor.....n tjie plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original
answer In the office of the Cli
the circuit Court on or before the
day of April. A 11. 1951 : othe
the Bill of Complaint for D
filed herein, will be taken
. i by jon.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this the
-' daj ol March, 1951,
E. I: LEATHERMAN.
. i ..;' the Circuit (' irl
Dad,- County, F'l-.i
(Cln i url Heal)
llj WM. W. STOCKING
I lepul
FRIEDMAN.
Plain: ".
Building, Miami, I
Ml LION A
Attorm
1023 Seybold
: 9-16-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name GENERAL HOME APPLIANCE CO.
at 4151 N W. 86th street. M|aml
Springs, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dad,- County, Florida.
WILLIAM HI.UMBKRC.
LAWRENCE SECKLEY
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
:: 2-9-16-23
I K >NI
Florida,
1911.
E.
B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. w
BEN ESSEN, F:SQ.,
823 Seybold Bldg.,
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
I 9-18-23-30
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t-- engag" in
business under the fictitious name pi
Joy's Apparel at 2258 Bunche Park
West Drive, Bin- li- Dark. Florida.
intends to register said name witn
the Glerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count; Floi Ida.*
HERMAN GANZ
: 2-9-16
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
l N. K. gnd ST. MIAMI 3t. FLA.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH Jl'DICIAI. CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE col'NTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 139268.
HELEN GAS8ETT, Plaintiff, vs.
.1W1ES !:. CASSETT. Defendant.
T. i: JAMES E. GASSETT
IUOUSTINE STREET
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
YOU are required t.- serve a copy
,,f your Answ.r :.> the Hill of Com-
plain) for Dhor,.....n the Plaintiff's
Attorney and to file the original
Answer In the Off:, e of the Clerk ol
the On ull Courl on or before the
,-, dav of Apt II, 1951, othi rwise, the
Bill of i 'omplainl for Dh oi hereto-
... i will !>- taken as con-
ed b\ you
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8
das of March. 1951.
E B LEATHERMAN,
ci, rk ..f the circuit Com I
pad. County, Florida,
fClrCUll Court Seall
WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk,
Murray GOODMAN, Attorney
ui I (ilvmpia Building
Miami. Florida.
3/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Trallway Service station al 1699 S W
8th Street, intend t,, register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dadc County. Florida.
ERNEST DcJACOMA
WILLIAM J, BIGOIO
8/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ("OURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No
In Re: ESTATE OF
VICTOR MOREL,
i u. eased.
To All Creditors and All Persona II ty-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sa I
Estate:
YOU, and eai b of you, ar,- hi
notified and required to present ti
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have again.-- the
.state of VICTOR morel, deceased,
late of DADE County, Florida, to th.
ll.hi. w. F'. BLANTON, County Jud
..f Dade County, and file the same in
hi. office in the County courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from th, date of the
firs! publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or ~.im
will be hatred.
Dale Mar. 2. 1951.
VICTOR CHARLES MOREL, JR..
As Administrator of the Estate -1
victor morel, Deceased.
HEN ESSEN
Attorm v for Administrator
9 8- K-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT Court OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF I-'LORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
county. in CHANCERY, No,
139023,
MARTIN MANAS8E, Plaintiff, vs.
ERNA SALINGER MANA8SE, De-
fendant.
SHIT F*OR DIVORCE
TO: Erna Salinger Manasso
Jewish Refugee Center,
1160 Taft Avenue
Manila. Philippine Islands
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
Of Complain) for Divorce has been filed
.gainst you. al.il you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, CHERTKOF AND
KALISH, 607-08 Olympla Building,
Miami. Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
thi Clerk <>f the Circuit Court on or
i>i toi the 80 .lav ,.f March, 1151. if
you fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken agalnsl you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutive weeks
iii Th.- Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this L'6 day of 1 .briiarv, A.D.
1951.
I' B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c. FEIOE,
Deputy clerk.
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
807-08 Olympla Building
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN C< U'NTY JUDGE'S Court. DAI >E
coHN'TV. FLORIDANo. 24435,
RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES E. FINE,
l -eased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that i nave
filed my filial report ami petition tor
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Charles E. Fine, de-
ceased; and that on the Huh day of
April, 19M, will apply to the Honorable
W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
Count.. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge
as Administrator of the estate of
Georgi E. Fine, deceased.
This 5 day or March' 1951.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney tor the Estate of
charges B, Fine, Deceased,
l(i23 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla.
3 9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' THE
STATFJ OF" FT.ORIDA, IN AND I'n!'.
DADE COUNTY.IN CHANCERY.
NO. 13922S.
ADELINE SINDONI STONE, PI
tiff, VS VRAINE STONE. Del. I
To: VRAINE STl INE
619 South 42!al Street
Philadelphia, l'enna.
You are hereby notified thai a Bill
Of C implalnl for Divorce has I..
filed against you and you are ri Q
to serve a copy of your Answei ot
Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint .--.
Plaintiffs attorneys, WEINSTEIN,
WE1N8TEIN .v WEINSTEIN, I
coin Load. Miami Beach, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before April 3rd I -
If you fail to do so, judgment bj di
fault will be* taken against you I n
the relief demanded in the Bill ,,f
Complaint.
Dati -1 this 5th day of March
E. B. LEATHERN! \N
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
3/9-16-23-30


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Beth El PTA Plans Party
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Congregation Beth El will hold a
Hamantash party at the center
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An Eddie Cantor movie and
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On Sunday. March 18, at 9 a.m.,
the congregation will sponsor a
Purim breakfast for the whole
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LnAY, MARCH 16. 1951 fentei School To old Festival Beach Jewish ponsor ***% ist fhridj&r, PAGE 9 A Purim on Sunday. :il.. it \v. %  \. Goodman, chair0 [ • lily .hool. and chairman of ,e Sunri. ^ e ,. school choir i ti >n of Ben director of the Purim songs. l p in the program .. e Phvi:.Goldwyn, Harriet l' n y .n. Sheldon A. 1 stein. Phyllis Waller. Janet lelman, Allan P. [ Bialolenki, Marla Cohen. Bruce Gordon ForL, sh : Gi issinger, Jeffrey r E plan. Harold Klein. Carol Ann Le Kenneth Rosen. Susan Jo laperstein. Susan Shaffer. BerLrd Singei Donald Sussman. Seven Tessler, Dava Zlotshewer. larriet Levy, Paul Rughfield. fctcr Hornick, Ruth Weinstein. larbara Tu: iff, Frank Weiss, Rita fionsky, Judith Berezin Stephen linner. Stanley Gettis. Eddie linsbuig. Louis Stern and Evan lem. lposu. red by the arts id crafts lass : the religious fhool are being posted. A costne contest will be featured. (Tinners will receive prizes. (The "A Maurice." magiIan, v.. tain the children. irim res will be liycd : direction of the ih'giou • : culty. ILunch rved under the 1 ::ibers of the I ation and Bterhooci ling the Mes%  • Greer. N italie Wolfe. H S e •. :. a [ hrman. [ iing for chil|en will •Vednesdav. fcrch 21. at 7 Barnett Tanenbaum Dies Services im, v. h., died sud •n PI thi re held Sunri Beach V. bib Irvin Cantor Jacob V G I Mr. Tanenbaum, who m 'here four years ago from N 1 k where he was n Ihi 'business. : seilles D. iv. Mi .•;• member pi the Miami Beach Jewish Center, he v. m numerous religious and ph.. thropic organizations, b I and in New York. Survivors include I Rae; four sons. Larry. David, Ned and i Jack: a brother. William: and a .sister. Mrs. Pauline PauUon. Burial was in the Brooklyn Jewish Center Plot of Mount Carmel Cemeterv Rabbi Lehrfield To Speak At Academy Rabbi Lou:s J. Lehrfield. spiritual leader of the Austin Jewish Community Center in Chicago, will be guest speaker during the Sabbath morning services. March 17. at the Hebrew Academv. 918 6th St, Miami Beach. H speak on "My Impressions on My Visit to the Hebrew Acack Rabbi Lehrfield is the vice president of the Rabbinical C cil of America, former president of the Rabbinical Council of Chicago, and is now its executive chairman. He is also a member of the board of goverrors of the Chicago Jewish Acade first rk. ore's Sen. rff STS^-Tatt S? S g !^ b Greate Mia !" ***%  EAlbert Pallet, mi elto chpH,?.. £,,-£.* Feterat l on oi "* B'rith Lodge*, meets with his conrentioa comrT'anca Hn M tlLr, !?• sess,on a nd Programs. Erent will be held AprU 28 to 30 at the CawSha D ?r n MfL R^A TJ n9 ^ J L 1< L r ) SidD€y AronoTitz. president of Sholem Lodge: Sarr. LcX TJZSZ L' I LmSS e '' ^7 f.,. Ne = man BMCh Lod9e P"dent; Burnett Roth. 9 Sholem Lodge. Judge Sam I. Silver, pres.dent of the B nai BTilh Council. Seated are Jack Abbott and Pallet. Grainger Interview Set Mrs. Mane Volpe will interview Percy ( p.amst-composer-conauctor. or. Saturday. March 17, at 6:30 p.m. ovei Tion WKAT Grainger • here to conduct a festival program of his own compositions on Monday evening. March 19. at imi Beach Municipal Aud Am--' to prevent drunk Sisterhood To Meet An >pen meeting of the Si %  led foi Tuei gut. acc rack S inuinah Chapter pans Costume Ball Loyalty Clut Emunah Chapin 1 5 Eastern Star. Ill spor.-tume ball on I March 24. at the fcienca:. .. M!. 1828 Alton L ad -"' : eh. Tnzes for the best costumes will ^awarded Musk for dancing 111 be provided by the Seren%  ers Sidnev Palmer, past patron 1 the chapter, will serve as pcee. General chairman of the event %  Mrs. Hr. past worthy | r o n H : th e evening E "* Alper. pasl itron. and Dr. George A. GraE)-. wo -n Piwets may be obtained from the chapter. And, at Pan American, you save still more! You pay no "service charge" of any kind. Your only cost is 10* for each check you write! Any amount opens your account and no fixed balance is required. There's no time limit on your check book and no minimum on the number of checks you write. Your name and address are printed free on every check and...every cancelled check is an automatic receipt for every bill you pay. G-Den your Special Checking Account today, at your friendly. locally owned and operated Pan American Bank. Well be happy to serve you. Spec/of Checking Accounts Insured Up To $10,000 PAN AM '.• MEMlf I of Banking Htar\of Utag in Js-i la MEMIEI FtDEIAl BANK FEDEtAl DEPOSIT DA n Htmisphtrt 17 H E rim tmmmm tESEIVE SYSTEM INSUIANCE COt'OtATION YOUR RELATIVES IN ISRAEL NEED FOOD AND CLOTHING-DONT LET THEM DOWN! SEND SELF-PACKED FOOD PARCELS! Shipping Charges incL duties pcK9 *#S+ This price includes all taxes and duties. Your Relative pays nothing in Israel. No Extras FOR FAMILY PARCELS CAN WOGH UP TO 70 LBS. [ F 0D NET WEIGHT. .55 LBS. HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN SEND— FOR A FAMILY 13 lb*. Canned Meat: ( ib. Sugar: S Ibi. B-f.eS lbs. Cn-iu, 8 Ibt. Milk Powder IncL Cannd Milk; 1 Iba Dried Fruita I Bel. Nut: S lb. D'ied Vefletablca; • Iba. Canned Fian; 8 lbs. Cnocoate. incl. Cake and Candiea: 8 lbs Rice; 8 lbs. Legumes Peas. Beans. ctc.|; 8 Iba. Cereals: 8 iba. Canned FI 8 lbs. Jellies and Jams: 8 Iba. Egfl Powder; a IbaCoffee; 4 Iba. Meat and Soup Extracta; 2 Iba. Tea: 2 Iba Spices _, SINGLE PERSONS ARE ALLOWED HALF. • FOR FAST DELIVERY • BUY OUR GIFT CERTIFICATES FOR OUR OWN FAMOUS Family Kosher Food Parcels PARCEL 17 19 lb. 511.75 4 lo Meat t cans Milk • lb. Ccffee c Cocoa lo. Cheese 1 Butt!" 1 lb. OH %  i 'b Eg e*n Sardines 4 az. TM 1 bare Hershey Cnoeswate ? pg Ssoa:e S:.p 2 lb. S.gar •der '*8 egs PARCEL 16 25 Lb $12.75 PARCEL 19 35 lb -S18.75 > lb. Meat ears v < 2 lb. Butter t lb Oil 2 ib. S.ga2 Ib. Liaaa Seans 2 lb Baley '• o Egg P:wdei I Ib. Cocoa D'.1 c %  t • can Sa —-.I :a-s Hershey C—>csiat :•; .c


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    ,v MARCH 16, 1951 £**llh£teridia,ri PAGE 11 A Beth David Women To Meet March 21 Beth David Sisterhood will"] and traditional holiday refreshmeet on Wednesday, March 21, intents will be served, at 1:30 p.m. at the synagogue. The group will sponsor a card A D„ r : m „„„„„_ -ii v party on March 27 at 12 noon at A Punm Program will be ^ home of ^ Samuel j presented by Mrs. Harry August Spector, 1824 Brickell Ave. tf*t "'. %  %  >,. Sk FAi HUNE "This is the brand I always demandI never take substitutes'" BEST BUTTER — Photos by Ardmoro .ind Associated In lhe upper left are Aaron Weinkle and Mike Adler. co-chairmen of the food division dinner eld at the Miami Beach Athletic Club last week. $4,205 was pledged by 26 contributors after adresses by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Campaign Chairman Samuel Friedland and the co-chairmen, forking on plans for teen-age campaign activities are Arthur Wohlgemuth and Bruce Stewart. In be center photo are leaders in the North Dado area of the metropolitan unit. Seated (1. to r.) are its. Irene Becker. William Kneapler. chairman of the area; Mrs. Morris Laster, Mr. Laster. StandP9 are Mrs. Mildred Fox. Mrs. Bernard Liswood. David Mennes and Abraham Fraidlin. In the pwer photograph workers in the North Dade area of the metropolitan unit receive instructions on pthods of solicitation. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK '-IKiTIT COCRT < >V THK IITM JUDICIAL I'IIUTIT OF FLORIDA IN AND 1 • R DADE COUNTY. — IN CIIAXi'KllV, Caw No. ISMM MAI>KI,KINK HI.nMMAKRT. Plaintiff, vs. CHRISTOPHER P. BLOMMAERT, Defendant TO; Christopher P, Bloramsert, ISt City island Avenue, Bronx 64. New York, New York. Tou are required to serve a copy of your answer to the complaint for divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, Arnold Walls. 8628 North WTeit 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida, find flic the original in the office of the circuit court clerk on or before April 12th, 1951. Dated this. Uarch Kit li. 1951. K 11 LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) Bj WM W. %  STOCKING, Deputj C 13/16-23-30 4/6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKHV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flotltloua name of Beach Record Co. at 1611 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, Intend lo IVH-IH said name with the Clerk of the !Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHAKI.KS AP.KI. Mll.nitKli FREEMAN HERICK AND SHAPIRO Attorneys for Applicants 130 Lincoln itoad :: l'i-L'3-30 4/6 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of rill-: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF a m Kneapler is chairman he North Dade area of the ***** Jewish AppeBl. I„. ln ,il!s ari >a are the NorthMmi r ,Sh Cen,er Hialeah 'Spnr.gs Jewish Commun Cen, North Dade Jewish hitu dries r '"' %  % %  GUCKSBERG [" •%  died on u irlved b .l,l.\ I.ATM .1 I 1)11 l.\l. I Mil I II >! %  • FLORIDA, IN AND I OR DADE "OUNTY IN CHANCERY, No, 17':. FRANK MANTBCON, Plaintiff, vs. MARTHA MANTECON, Defendant. TO: MARTHA MANTBCON 110 North Main Street Water-bury, i "onnectlcut Von are hereby ordered ciui'id lo sene a i opj of | iur to the BUI ..r Complaint for DH a copy of which is enclosed herewith, i ainttffs ai i"i m j and file the original In the office of the Clerk of • ,. Cln II C irl it D Florida, bi fore the 13th April. 1951 of said BUI will '•• taki i. BHed 1)} DATED: Mi rch 1 r B LEATHERMAN, % %  urn Kiuowed "i Ormeelaad Cli c i W M SAMUEL l RAND Attorne) foi Plaintiff 1005 i il) mpi.i Building Miami 32 I I ST< "i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK CUtCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I IF II. i IRIDA, IN ANI'l OR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. I.'l. KM,MIX KARL BENJAMIN, tiff. vs. JEAN BENJAMIN, Defendant. SUIT l-.'lt DIVORCE TO: JEAN BENJAMIN ."..",.", Kingston Avenue Bro >klyn, New York You ai e hereb) notified th it of 'omplalnl for i Hvorce has gainst you, and you are re* to si n %  • a c ipj or your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint pi ilntiff's Attorney OHERTKi F AND KALISH, 607-08 Olympla BulldMlaml, Florida and file the \ iswei or Pleading I offlc • %  of the i %  k of the Circuit Court on or before the If d t ol April. 1951 If you fall to d ment bj default will be i %  'you for the relief demanded In the BUI oi Complaint ri, %  notice shall I-p ibllshed once each week fi itlve weeks In The Ji < In INE AND i RDER Miami. : nig 11 di : %  of March, A.D. I E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, %  Court, i "adi i 'Him .. %  rClrcult Court Bj W U W, STOCKING, i'. puty Clei k. CHBRTKOF AND KALISH I'.milling for Plaintiff I I HEALTH EGGS ...definitely superior! 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    PAGE 8 A +Je*Uhfk>ridk*ri FRIDAY, MARCH 16, Purim Events On Beach Y Agenda %  B %  On .thei • %  %  • : '--afi --" % %  ,i dance | Tuesday. Mai the G lden Age Club i the Purim festivities with a mentation of a "Marriage Broker ite." a Spiel, and icing to a full orchestra. The teen-age Purim carnival will take dace Wednesday evening, March 2!. There will be a p of carnival booths, built and decorated by the tea spirit Purirr Climbing Haman's Gallows. rid refres ent I bj tl Ti • '• %  are 12 ating A C 3 ': ••• T : i %  5ti .. %  %  %  .larch 25 at 8 ] LipS luding J B'I ith V Women, and V V ung Adult G %  ting ': %  %  larnival will refreshments and a Purim dance. The chairman of planning committee for the rjg Adult Carnival is Miss I k S-*pj ^5 W iTI Brick Bar Mitzvah .. :. Mrs Beach J of* %  S attends Mi; E B'nai B'rith Unit To Hold Mah Jong, Card Party A mah jong and card party be held by the Tropical • r of B'nai B'rith Women on Wednesday. March 28. 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Angler's Club. 533 We8t Ave., Miami Beach. Chairman is Mrs Margaret Adelberg. Assisting her are Mrs. Bcrnice Laibson and Mrs. Rae Wilson. Reservations may be obtained by phoning committee members or tickets may be purchased at the door. Barbara Lois Goald .loins Brides-Elect l the en. !. (.Ml VI ; i of M N mandy been made parents ; Mrs. idian Ave.. attended the High School and is tv< %  : School and the St. Lukes H spital i Pmlapl. yed as technician. Mr Lieb attended New York University and the University ol ware. He served eighteen months in the armed forces with v<: seas dutv. He is vice president of the Little River News of Miami. A summe'i wedding is being planned. Penzer-Migdal Rites Th marriage of Irving Penzer and Ruth Shirley Migdal was nnized bv Rabbi Simon April n Sal rch 10. at 8:30 ead in the the immediate families in the rabbi's home. .loins Law Firm Melvin M. Schaffer of ma. S.W. 3rd St.. son of Mr. and T Joseph Schaffer. has ,nnoun c £ his association with the law f,n! of Cushman. V. "J Gotthardt, in the B Hu ?g Schaffer was i | fr .„ the University I V* School last Fcbij iry Bethlehem. Pa., )£* 9 long-time resident attended local schools. Ada M e -. ritt and Miami S School. He is an Army Air Force veteran of four years' service Male and female ostrichy take turns sitting on their egg males working the night shift. Vegetarian Dinner Held Society of ted its with a iuet al th •' wish Cul.'.. FriTamarkin, president. luced Dr. Abraham Wulfson. r of the Spinoza Forum and honorary •. it, who delivered the invocation. I speakers were Dr. Robert Anderson. Harry Kershaw, past president, and Dr. I. Shmid. one of the society's directors. Annual Academy Meet The annual membership meeting of the Hebrew Academy will take place Tuesday, March 20. at 8 p.m. at the academy auditorium. 918 6th St.. Miami Beach, it \ announced by Dr. David S. Andron, presii Election of the board of di.-.-ill be held and reports on the i and activities of il] be pn rented. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED IS GERTLER GRUESOME? Gertler Grew Some Greener Grass By Delivering Richer Top Soil You. Too. Can Grow Some DIAL 2-4032 Gertler Top Soil Company ARTHUR AND ISIDORE SPOLTER A HIIOU % %  <•< th< Opoiiing of Edison Center Electrical Supplies Now Located in our New Home 715 N. W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida Phone 7-6519 You are Cordially Invited To Attend the Grand Opening on Sunday, March 18th, 1 to 6 P.M. To View our Most Complete Line of Lighting Fixtures and Electrical Supplies Come and bring your friends Refreshments Served H. H. Hyman was ore of three Florida Power and Light Company employees honored at a luncheon last week. At that lime R. B. Roberts, FPL vice presi dent, presented a service pin to Hyman who has completed 35 years. His long career in Miami regan in 1911 as a resident engineer for the Florida East Coast railroad, then engaged in bui'ding the overseas road to Key West. In 1915 he joined Miami Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of FPL. He is a veteran worker in community projects. His posts include 21 years as director of the Miami Chamber of Commerce: seven years as fund drive chairman for the Red Cross: president of Angler's Inc., sponsors of the internationally famous Metropolitan Fishing Tournament which he -as chairrr.aned since ; ts inception '.n 1936: seven years cs a director cf the Community Chest. Latest community job to be handed Hyman ; s that of deputy director in charge of operations for the Dade County Civil Defense Council. Alio honored were Thomas H. Bedda'l a-d Janelie Gehrken, within 25 years cf service r-;h. 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    FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1951 OBITUARIES ki*t rk.rM/an PAGE 9 B MAX PALAY ,, visitor from Milwaukee passed |ncal li STremaliw were funeral H -. i %  t wie. ispltal on March 6. ...in to Milwaukee Interment by (Jurdon GROSS Venetian Way. passed He leaves a son. Dr. a dauanter, Mrs. BenMlaml Beach; two other Sow fork. The remains \, w York for MI by Qordon ISAAC M Wlllan dausbu •"• %  ii.i mil Home. BERKOW 160th Terr., a v i itassed away uj hla WlfS, Anna services Funeral DAVID ;.:. of 11. v i: )! %  reslfrom March B. a of i nance; two daUKhters, Ue> • North Miami Truda i.utz, Winston v %  • % ices were conducted .; Chapel by Babbl "' M interment followed • %  j|. \, I'I meter). li Semi-Finalists Signed In Graziano-Jones Tilt Omelio Agramonte, heavyweight champion of Cuba, and Odil RWey of Chicago, were ntly to meet in a 10ruund bout supporting the 10round feature midleweight fracas liampion Rocky Grazian New York and Reuben Norfolk, Va., at Monday evening. I I i himself danwith Joe Louis. i Oma and others 6, of March ISIDOR LIPMAN m nr '' '" aurvlved i,,," 1 ;."' %  ""'• Rob buig, Pa two dauahi "•*. of Alexand, Richard Cohen, of n. grandchildren, The i" Harrlaburs for ment b) Qordi away :t on died on by his Hii, %  of Ha •'.-• Mrs. Lav |,| y rid Mr, d; also six iein.il,,> „, ., • and Inter-: %  ";: "f;:;' for* here from New %  • remains wren Ultel 111.nl H. Iea> broth Punerol Home JEAN n. passed awai lived here for the her parents, Mr wlnn, who i ami WINN March 10, 8h, had V V, w| th ii i i> Alao survivlnT'a'r. he ** w,,„, ; n .,,;,,! >> %  < '> Stern, of Miami Beach tees were conducted In Gordon .'':'';• %  "Jth Rabbi Slrnon ''.' '• %  "'I';-' Intermeni took .\. bo i metery. Fineral Apt Placi in .\it. passed .. the 12th. five years he came lork Clt) whi asm ror servlc. rdpn Funeral Home. If '. Hall..., „,„! a i Oustave, of New Fork! MEYER MARKIN 8 • \IKIII, or Miami. Thi % % % %  • • • i hlcago for intermeni by Gordon Pum nwav \ i\. ,i bj i •mains ervlcea and neral Home 8(, of Win, I, Fa m ii ri i H VMA N REINGOLD wUSi u T r H. ,, w.lT' : ''"he 1 :":-'' %  ""'^ %  %  I k. The wat J £Wl!it B 1f|" blf Sin a, Do?„ or d New" l!Lter kins were >..,„ ,,, New v ,„ k f ,„. Home ""••"' |,v Qordon servlcea Iii in r.i l MAURICf KRAFT J7, of 582 S.W MM St March II. A '•at ". Mr. Kraft came ton, B, iv. and leav. issed awa> • i for two i:"in Charles•ffi£T M-^'V,:,,!-. 1 •<( i narieston, and Mrs of Elisabeth, N. two brother* and n held in i; with Intermeni In \it BENJAMIN STERN -*5rtjS i a -ere 1 leaners He leaves his Kg? .'-•: ? s v asssT held n the R| ve rsld. Mi Rabbi Mosea Meseheloff conduct, MORRIS ROSENBLATT '••,. j,iied .may in a local hospital "ii the Il'th. Surviving are three sons. Dr. Klton Rosenblatt, of Coral Gables, William and Sidney; also a daughter, %  The : i in. i inwere sent to Naugstuek, Conn., for services and Interment by "The Miami Riverside." BARNETT TANENBAUM .-'. "f !."..'n Marseilles Drive, who came here four %  • ro • ,\. ,. w.rk < ity where he was In the textile • March 10 He his wife, I:. Larry. David, x,,| .,„,, ,,,,.. William, and a sister, Mrs. Pauline Paulson. The remains wi i Bent t,, New York foi by Riverside Mi mortal Chapel, M Beach. JOSEPH LUTZKY Ti. of 62* inth St., a resident • ": Mi Chapel, Miami B, i STELLA RASKIN 51, ,,f 750 Jefferson Ave., a resident • 12 years, omli g I wood, N, .i passed awas on thi Bui red by hei husband, %  r The remain* N.w fork I ervices and inti W Rlv. rsldi Mi :; rial Ch Beach. MORRIS MARKS • Of 11th Bl a retlri 'I New y..i k, | ned a ••II Man .i 12. He i ame hei • ago a nd Is survived I I wife. C. three aoi i and E o M ami, and i >i. Bei l Mark-, ,,f i %  • • and four grandchildren. Services w< • held in Rlvi i side Memor al I 'h Mia I B< h uitli Rabbi I. Kronlsh • tint in Ml .V.I,,, ANNA BERSON 1811 Euclid Ave., passed away this week, .-'ii.i~ -,: %  ived bj i • David. The %  v.iv, rk 4 N. ,i. i etvl %  •and interment by Beai h M Chapel, i • %  • Altoi Ri ad -„ .HARRY BOLOTIN '-• "' B82a B.W. 13th T. %  %  '•',> ill a !.„:,! hospital on v ?"" • wife. Henrlett.. and two sons. David and Arthur; also Riley flattened/ five was i • opponents. fS b i l h 5I! Tun,' -l sale at Major e, 127 N.E. 1st MEYER MURSKAN ; ol 803 Jth SI .. Id, • f Chapel g^VKS I % % %  % %  for >. rvlces and N< i ,.,,. rsld, MemoVtal Chap .':, leai li. SfrNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. W, H. P • ncies and .'.: ich. in Miami rl! > ( r "" Sei vices were held at Riverside," with Rabbi Murray Grauei • ng The mains were then sent to N ei num. >l ... I • i'ork MA* NEGER .• %  passed awaj In a Palm Beai h i the 8th. He leaves hit wife,.Pauline; two sons, i:i:.. Leonard; two claughti rs, Mi Marlon "•nines and Mrs Rhoda Rosensteln, trf ngenn nti were in charge of "The Miami Rlvi. Bide." MISS SARA FISCHLER M. ..r 2012 iff, HI, st., passed %  '<:• m a Miami i onvales. • nt home. Bl e waves a brother, Max, and threl sisters, .Mrs. Ida Oelman, Mrs Lena ;i was formallv I S**". •"" J M,s K "~Perlman thl'^tS^a ."^,'1:;;!, % % %  „-!; %  ,?S special ceremonv here last week •"•claUns;. Interment followed at Mt Dr. Samuel S Hollander, of Chi*"'" chairman of the union exTILLIE M. SCHWARTZ 17, of L^'u B W. Il'th \ve., pasteil away March 11 Surviving her are a son. Hob. of Miami Beach, anil a daughter, Mrs, Doris Stem. The remains were sent to Chicago fi n ieea and interment h\ "The Miami Riversi.l. Cuban Temple Inducted Into Union Of American Hebrew Congregations HAVANA Cuba—Temple Beth Israel, I I Latin-American egation to affiliate with the Union of Ami rican Hebrew Congregations, parent body of Liberal I Judaism in An SIMON I SCHLER 67, of ,.,2 Euclid A' %  |, ,i away • %  ll. ; was etlreil %  Memorial HI ond came hi re from Cl 14 years ag< He le iv. his n fi Celbi and three daughters. The for intermeni by i: i *api I, Miami Bi MRS. I l| 12th. Tin 1 1 Riverside SARAH ABRAMOWITZ Isl gft„ passi %  .i.i.i-, on the • • to New -• %  %  i nil Intermi nt bj Memorial Chapel, Miami Mrs Abramowlts is sun iv. • daughters, Mrs L. •.., Levlson, Mrs, Cora Kerb and Mrs. Qrace Mill.-:-. She was a winter visitor from Beach Haven, N. J. WHY / YOUR BEST BUY Block from Timet Squore WolUrui distance to everything worthwhile. lecutive board, presented the I charter of membership to Harry ', E. Price, president of the conition. In presenting the charter, Dr. Hollender hailed the event as ii'I in the ever[Srowini '.'-TIC unity of the "'"• -'" | Ami ricas. Temple Beth Israel is the only !" V' ;, temple in Cuba. [Ratei Mill :. V\', issberg, its spiritSL** 1 graduate of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and a veteran of m n than two years l& e c i n : t-h aplaincy of the I I Sta I WANT My MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products'* Dacro Protected Tf;r. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek HANNAH PRUFFER Passed awaj this week The remains to New fork foi and Interment by Beach Ml Chapel, is:." Alton Road, HILBERT F. ISKE Passed awaj this week 'i... were sent t., Hamilton, Ohio, for services and interment by Beach Mem.,rial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. army. Let ALEX SENTER Passed away this week. The mains were sen) to New York servlcea and Interment by B Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road. JOSEPH GANG Passed away this week. 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    PAGE 12 B 9-JewlsiincriMffJ FRIDAY, MARCH 16. ADVISOR ON JEWISH HOMEMAKINO Eggs have always played an immensely important role in the dailv diet of the family; but at a time when the !" at budget continues to buv less and less, we must depend upon them to *uppl> much of the protein formerly received fr .m meat varif> ,.. o{ It is therefore fortunat* thai eggs an a yersaUle. The van. ways :n which they may be prepared is as w:oe as you: So-for elegant eat ng AND budget-be.:::: whj not trj eggs. The Know-Hew guests %  ngv v : kn w h A 2 two-pound to boil water, but -i DO have to kn w Here are some tips that may be oi helv: Low temperature prevents toughened eg;wlliti k eps the yellows from turning -reen 'around the rims when cooked and makes the egg—any tible. Use salted water when boiling egl vent leakage in cas the sh Salt is not no matt< i h lonj eggs an Eggs G. Id • :• sala I 1 clove £ : cup -' : -' e red : nr n %  • ; frying pan. add; :. ::. "' %  rid let < k unUl ni n is •. : And V ; r.l rate h h '-' %  %  '•' r P 3 "' M t and • I. If*.sauce and ma nutntiou P t vr swell as min< > I In % % % %  % %  I : : full : iling water, place in -. : V ; ven ] ted to 3o0 degrees 14cups | JOk an hour or unl I of buttered Si a* • Parsley n is tender. Add wine ; minutes before serving. I know you'll be delighted. Cuttl ••-'• : 1 -~-""-' Good Sews whites fin H re's good news. Breakstone's %  .r Press yolks 1 r, richer cream Pour thi now comes in a new ittei -.-.ape and more economiScatl it V -'11 love the new : im cheese bar — which resema block of butter. Try it for fter-school snacks. % %  A Good B du< —. %  %  la. Y ...ng could : :. | | • tempt l vegel vtT.rctciis FLORIDA'S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DINNER M DOOM tt^ through the use of -d?r TiYLON TEMTS/1 The Cost is reduced more than Vt 5 YEAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY WOOD*AND SUBTERRANEAN^ TERMITES PHONE 5-3444 so FioiOA-s LAoesT UTERM1NATING CO. Hebrew Teachers To Hold Annual Dinner The annual dinner of the Hebrew Teachers Association of : Greater Miami will be held at the Victor Hotel on Sunday. March 1 25 at 8 p.m. Proceeds will be applied to the association's welfare fund, which assists teachers in case of illness or unemployment. Beth El PTA Plans Party The Parent-Teachers Council of Congregation Beth El will hold a Hamantash party at the center on Wednesday. March 14 at 8 p.m. An Eddie Cantor movie and community sing will be part of the program. On Sunday. March 18, at 9 a.m., the congregation will sponsor a Purim breakfast for the whole family. 1951 Hompden In Radio pfe. Walter Hampden, noted actor stars in '"Sweet Music." latest b the New Frontier series, which will be heard Sunday. March 18 at 3:30 p.m. over station WKAT' The New Frontier is prodiuVj by the Institute of ix^g Education and presented in Great er Miami through the coooeratU* of Trop ical Lodge, B'nai B'rhh V IT'SA REAL FREEZER! A separate compartment with a separate door. Holds up to 70 pounds" of frozen foods. Freezes fresh foods and leftovers! IT'S A BIG REFRIGERATOR! A separate compartment with a separate door. Never needs defrosting! And it's rtf.'-ly big— ISH square feet of shelf area! if IT'S GOT AIHICO 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. Model NHX-10 f AND IT'S GENERAL ELECTRIC! Yes—the famous G-E sealed-in refrigerating system assures you of years of dependable service uid lowest operating Cost. 1 ius the finest, worksaving features. 1200 CORAL WAY Authorized Dealer GENERAL£§ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS ^ m



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    LDAY, MARCH 16, 1951 *Jew tsti fkriJur personally Speaking home Hecker, Koondel Wed Ml and Mis. Abe Werman have moved into their new 'uD^k-Ring Kites a t 3555 Flamingo Drive. Miami Beach. I _. s Anne Koondel of 1005 Euclld Av *. Miami Beach, has Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodman left for their home in SprinqTZZT P h" v !" ^^,' her field ,Mas,, la*.week after a visit with Mrs. Goodmans E£ Hec ke / IMTS Frances N. Rubin, Delano Hotel, Miami Beach. PAGE 7 A ott C. Robert Richter Hotel on March 4. Rabbi Philip Fried performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle. William Granoff. She wore nylon tulle and lace made with a portrait neckline and a tiered skirt Her on a Bible. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rood. 3710 N.W. 2nd Terr., announce Ithe birth of a son, Morgan Roger, on March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fischer celebrated the bris of their son Ijoseph, on Thursday March 8. at the Doctors Hospital, Coral lables. Mrs. Bertha Peckera was godmother; Samuel Gir^he !" i, hc; : and Rabbi Mosos Me.chdoH. sandskX^ctS SX^3Ui? s JSUAlE fcCloud was among the honored guests and Rabbi Philip Fried carried white orchids officiated. Recuperating at her home after undergoinq major suraerv Mrs. Louis Esloe, 4371 S.W. 1st St. y y A canasta party at the Hotel Good was given by Mrs. fanny Rich in honor of her guests, Mrs. Mabel Frades and Mrs Arthur Levine, of New York. Among guests were the Mesdames Charles Rabb, Rosalyn Kinq, Clementine Kemp. Gertrude Lachs Ira Cornbluth, Harry Shcpiro, Mitchell Pollack and Paul eilelman. Mrs. Sidonie Gluck was honored by a host of friends at a ncheon party at the Hotel Urmey on March 8 in honor cf her Eightieth birthday. Mrs. Gluck is a member of the Miami Auxiliay to the Jewish Home for the Aged and Dov Chapter of ferachi Women. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kats of Los Angeles will arrive here Honday to visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Irs. William Loeb, 1937 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. -* Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Greenfield in their new lome, 8874 Carlyle Ave., Surfside, are their son-in-law and |aughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Levitan, of Frrest Hills, L. I. nd the Levitan's 17-month-old daughter, Barbara. Mi. and Mrs. Sol Stokols have as their houseguests Mrs. [tokols sister, Mrs. Irving Reitman, and her children, Sheldon nd Myma, of Chicago. The hosts entertained recently with a frihday party in honor of Mrs. Reitman. I Mrs. Rose Boikin of Miami Beach and her guest, Jerry filer, left for an extended tour of Bermuda and Havana. + Making plans for a four-month sojourn in Israel are Mr. and s. Samuel Sheiner, 609 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, and nephew, Rudy Rindom. The Miamians, who will leave ^re on May 30, will be the guests of their brother-in-law, i. alrnan Herstman in Tel Aviv. While there, they will visit other j ', r w r ,s J^M^ Natives. Also on the program is a motor tour of Europe before : locahtes return in September. Brooklynite, Mrs. Edward H. Warshaw, is spending a few eeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goldsmith, 180 S.W. k \ St. I Among the scores of honeymooners now at the Delano otel are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ganzer, Great Neck, N. Y.; Mr. ried a basket of flowers. M Mrs. Joseph Rothman. Philadelphia, and Mr. and Mrs. I. Nelman, Philadelphia. rlM C l c dmg a several-weeks stay in Palm Beach are Rabbi Mrs. Samuel Yalow, who will spend Purim in Miami before "rajrig to their Syracuse, N. Y., home. Rabbi Yalow is a edarmy chaplain of 19 years service. He visited the Miami Ens. Rubin Marries New York Cirl The Hotel Pierre in New York provided the setting for the marriage of Miss Audrey Abrams to Ens. William Rubin. The Rev. Louis I. Newman read the service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Abrams. New York. The bridegroom's parents are the Harry Rubins. 800 Lakeview Drive, Miami Beach. Given in marriage by her —Leman Elliott C. Hecker Richard Hecker was best man They are sons Harry Hecker, 4761 S.W. Second Terr. Harold Stoller was usher. Miss Eileen Kagan was maid of honor. Her frock was of pink tulle and lace with a gold thread in the material. She carried baby orchids. Sheila Kagan flower girl, wore aqua fashioned after the bride's gown and car—Ardmore Studio Evelyn Wilde Evelyn Wilde Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilde. 831 S. Shore Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter. Evelyn, to Don A. Mayerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mayerson. 7712 Bvron Ave.. Miami Beach. Th" bride-elect graduated from Miami Beach High School and is now attending the University of Miami. She was exchange editor of Tempo magazine and is vice president of Colman Zwitman B'nai B'rith Young Women. '•'.:' Mayerson is an alumnus of Miami Beach High School and was graduated from the Unity of Miami Law School magna cum laude. He was a member of Iron Arrow Honor Society. Omieron Delta Kappa, men's honorary fraternity. Nu Beta Epsilon and Zeta Beta Tau lraternities. He served with the Navy in World War II. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. William Rubin ha 23 years ago and is acquainted with early leaders of the r^h community. The couple motored through Florida on their wedding trip. The former Miss Koondel is a graduate of the University of Miami, a member of Jr. Hadassah, and Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. The bridegroom attended New York schools, and is now associated with Guarantee Soap and Chemical Corp. in Miami. Baby Shower Slated A baby shower for Mrs. Howard Reed, corresponding secretary of the Know-Your Neighbor Club will be held Friday. March 16, at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Norman Blakely, 1999 S.W. 23rd Ave. Hostesses will be Mrs. David Murray, Mrs. Nellie Wilson and Mrs. Jack Nolle. A regular meeting will also be held. father, the bride wore a white silk taffeta gown with heirloom lace trim and heirloom rosepoint lace mantilla-type veil. She j carried an ivory bible adorned with orchids and stephanotis. Edward Rubin. Mi -1 w of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She w I gowned in ice blue faille and carried a sheaf of roses. Mr. Rub:n served as best man fur his brother. The bride's traveling ensemble was a beige, fur-lined suit with matching accessories. After a wedding trip the newlyweds will make their home at the Newport Naval Base. Rhode Island. Ens. Rubin is serving aboard the USS Toledo. The average U.S. coffee drinker annually consumes the equivalent of a year's production from nine coffee trees. SoHHby KOSHER CATERERS Weddings Bar Mitzvahs Buffets Garden Parties AT YOUR HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS 1701 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 58-2303 or 58-4891 (Evenings) Under Complete Supervision of Greater Mitfmi Vaad HaJjmhruth *m Betrothal Revealed Betrothal of Miss Sheila Wallman to Leonard Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Schwartz, 1637 S.W. 17th St.. has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wallman. 1819 Meridian Ave,, Miami Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High School and attended the University of Miami. She is a certified dental assistant employed by Dr. Stanley Sutnick and is a member of the Miami District Dental Assistants Association. Mr. Schwartz, a teacher at Miami Beach Central School, has B.B.A. and B.E.D. degrees from the University of Miami. He also is an alumnus of Miami Beach High School and served in the army for three years. Both are members of Miami Beach Masada. Mate ei/ery mealtime happjj i 0 Shei 'a Wallman Dworkin Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dworkin. 2745 S.W. 27th Terr., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Gerald Alan, to be held on Saturday, March 16, at 9 a.m. at Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. The young man will be honored at a reception on Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Uome of his parents. See how easy it is to please Baby with Beech-Nut flavor! Baby's smile tells you Beech-Nut Foods taste grand As s.M>n as doctor recommends solids, let appetizing Beech-Nul variety make mealtimes happy for both you ami bah) Bttdt-Nmi <" l^ch-Nat CEREAIKX* I ration of contents. Babies lovt th*m. ..thrive on them! Beech-Nut FOODS'BABIES All F-h-Smt rjiJ.f.i: of production and ajtvrtis. ms 4jf *-


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    PAGE 2 A +Jewish fhrldSan FRIDAY, MARCH leW Zionists Will Hear Senior Israel Consul Joseph Nevo. senior Israel consul of the Israeli Consulate General. New York, will addn joint meeting of the six local Zionist districts on Monday, April 9. at 8:30 p.m. at the Mi Jewish Center. Seymour B. Liebman, chairman. Miami Beach Zi District, announced Nevo's acceptance at a iro %  the rs of the M Miami Beach. Coral Gables Zionist Districts and the Miami and Miami Beach Ml V ung Zionist Districts. Nevo was born in Chattanooga, Tenn., and in 1921 at the age of two. was taken by his parents to 1. where he has lived since. Before entering Israel's diploOff the Record Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN Belgian Concert Soprano To Appear In American Debut At Miami Beach ABOUT COLUMNISTS ... „ Westbrook Pegler may not like this but a recent poll sh '. he was i n • • .... 19 During 11 ri : II ti n E...-". Dunnj l's mn the defens Ji i usali m. At the tii he entered I i rvice. Appointments to the i i :ttee. under the chairmanship i>f Liebman. will be made bj All x Van Straaten, president. ni Beach Zionist dist dlin, president, Miami Zionist district: N Lyons, president. Coral Gables Zionist district; Rabbi Jacob J. Honig. president. Hollyw Zionist district: David Goodw.n. president. Miami Beach Mas la, Young Zionist district: and Don Schrager. president. Miami Young nist district. Center Plans Purim Ball A Purim ball and mock riage. sponsored by thi Center in cooperati.u. Dora Stein Sisteih PTA. will be presented Sun.: 25. at 8 p.m. Mrs. Herman Miller nan. assisted by David G Charles Fidel: Pal fii Mej • : Sim Nahan Shankin. All proceeds will go t he center's buildir. He was said t. have had an inci n j *"5,?00. from his ed m 40ll 200 weeklies The : all columnists (Wall to be the son of a sh cantor. He is %  not only a fast taUterbut a fart thinker as well. There is ... storj I I the late F.D.R. once in Winchell to the W x for a five minute talk. New.spapermen outside were waiting for Walt. I tell them what the Piesident said. Time pat I there was no Walter. The men grew impatient, certain that Walter had left through the back dooi. Aftii three-quarters of an hour he emerged silent but smiling. He refused to talk to the newsmen. Latei. when newspapermen asked F.O.K. wny he detained Winchell so long, the President laughing y replied that Winchell talked so long and fast that he had no chance to even exchange proper greetings with him. let alone say a few words, r too is a product of the East Side ... The youngest and one of the most successful Jewish columnists is Leonard Lyons who pens his tuff under the title Lyon's Den. Incidentally, it was Walter Winchell who suggested the title. Lyons' rise to columnistic fame i was sensational. Onlv in 1934 he was a fifty-dollar-a-week man on the New York Post, and even that job was tottering. This product .1 the East Side came of a family where Yiddish was spoken. His ned English when his columns began attracting! n and she was the proudest mother in the world when she | could translate the stories of her illustrious son to the Yiddishting neighbors. Lyons was born Lipshitz The oldest of the sts is Walter Lippman. His column however is of a nature. He is famed for ability to analyze and interpret, world-wide political events He is m re the professor and lecturer than the columnist. His lang heavy and burdensome but his ; analysis of situations fl n weighed carefully in the highest i circles However, he has not been too popular a figure with regards to Jewish matti FROM MANY CORNERS The personal feud which developed between Jsacahar Miron and Julius Grossman over thi popular song Tzena. Tzena" has :. end. Tiie pea was the Zionist' ugh ZOA intercession the two men : u] P the $100,000 law suit. j : tv will have been appropriately signed and celebrated | int American distributors of in Israel are quite happy these days. A survey of cinemas: key citii that Ami in pictures are the most Israel. In 1950 L'.S. companies obtained 73.3'; of all the mntry. Ol the order of im• G tain 0.3. Russia 4 3';. Yiddish pictures ;:. %  2.1 Hungary 1.3' and Israel 1',. Red it box office attra ti in 1950 with a 12-week run at top attendance. The next I picture was Johnny Belinda, Warner Bros., with a eleven weeks in Tel Aviv The liberality of Jewish philanthropic giving is reflected in a recent survey by the Greater! York Fund. In 1950 the Federation of'Jewish Philanthropies | in New Void raised SI 1.105.000. or more than twice as much as the amount raised by the Catholic Charities and the Federation of I Protestant Welfare. The Catholic group raised $4,780,000 and the Protestants S3.685.000 NOTE ON A CONTROVERSY At a recent literary event in Lindon. the noted poet T. S. Eliot I he was an anti-Semite. This confession sounds out of tune of his "Wasteland." The poet now claims he did not mean i say what the words conveyed. If so Eliot is a poor artist by all I standards. If he wants to make amends for his sins he ought to be courageous enough to disown that work. Otherwise he must remain in our books what he is—a spiritual affinity of the madman Ezra Pound. Beth Jacob School To Hold Carnival Beth Jac ib Religious School will .-; its annual Purim v..l or. Wednesday. March in the David Whit•:. in Hall. Children of the school will ical program and a :: im debate. A masn which ... take part will be The Community Concert Series announces that on Wednesday evening. March 21. at 8:30. it will present Suzanne Danco, Belgian soprano, in concert at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium. MiSS Danco is making her American deubt during the 10501951 music season with an introductory tour of the leading cities of the country. She has appeared in concert with many of dude several Schubert selection, Serenade, Ave Maria, GretcheTIt the Spinning Wheel; selections K' Mozart, and French 3? 5 Duparc, Faure and Debussy The Community Concert Sprio. is sponsored by the YM & \vili of Miami Beach, and tickets a !" available at the office of g Suzanne Danco Europe's leading orchestras and her repertoire includes the leading roles in more than 20 operas, both standard and lesser-known modern works. Miss Danco has also appeared at the Edinburgh Festival, and the Theatre San Carlo in Naples, in recent months prior to her American tour. She is a member of the La Scala Opera of Milan, is an accomplished linquist. and sings all works in the original editions of the language in which they were wi itten. Miss Danco's program will inTo Review Book Rabbi Moshay P. Mann will review the new book, "The Hebrew Impact on Western Civilization." edited by B. D. 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    PAGE 6 B vJewlsiincrkHati FRIDAY, MARCH 16, Eastern Star Hill Honor Master Masons Mrs. Mary Alper, worthy matron of Emunah Chapter 175. i Order of the Eastern Star, will Z honor all master masons of District 29 on March 22. at 8 p.m. J 16 Scottish Rite Temple, 4711 N.W. 3rd St. The Mahi Shrine Chanters, under the leadership of August THE COHENS' ?COUSlN N\AX. HELPING H HIMSELF TO MY CIGARS, AGAIN/ Our Film Folk Bv LEON GUTTERMA.. E i %  : r of H I ption Dr. G G pal n: Da\ A : S I Fresh Meat, Butter Now Included In Parcels To Israel Is sent 1 .: R • : %  I : I I in 1 n Zion Ginsl I Fi .d t ir Israel. I Goi I Agriire D [age or I '. of the winter ;.rid sj ssitating ei 11 food [ weight I be%  • %  t Districl S< r Isi Inc. will •. : notif j %  • nd the G f th< lespi 1 I in Isi %  %  %  : Z nist Dis• it r de r s 1 '•'• : ist be | %  ins .. ; • ur types • 811.50 I S39.J • • • : e obtaii : :: : •'• %  •43. Card Party Slated '• ( %  %  a card party %  % % %  IB h Hoi Beach, on Sunday, M rch : 15 p.m.. it h been aned by Mrs. Rob. 11 I j e purpose i n the oi Harry K • .;i ^ guest sp ikei '.. --in char ge ol • %  was once believed that %  '•%  '• i nter ., %  : %  without t rst iing their hands. HOLLYWOOD W n there" "My • issei • rj ts : s ,-yn tests ol ;ii :. • ted Ii S • DirectjrRatol I 5 back in H ( : %  ':' % %  I 115 : Ezra Si r of the D n NBC. Bill Sti n :.' top television d lytime ; i two months on the' air with h:> new NBC show "ReI Date" It".a quiz | .. Iramatic twist. And he's quite proud of having pulled nen viewers in four i ... Lillian Hellman's new play. I i star Frederic March. will !> 'Autumn Garden." : Lillian, if you recall, did quite I well with "Little Foxes." -Watch e Rhine" and "Searching Wind" Frank Loesser. comI %  '•' re's Charley?" and' I nd Dolls." both big Iway hits, and currently back at Paramount writing %  s says he t %  New York to do the n usi : r "H ick nd Jim," mus • : Tv tin's "HuckleFinn." which M ixwi II • J sh L gan are Cam vsky, v.hn in "Enemy of the on Broadway, p >stcards he"ll be teaching ah advanced lass :.: the I N. Y. Producer has : til t the Bev< | Hi Is B n : •>/ ith with Produci i Harry %  t ileys have taken a' partment. i Broadcasting S : the board will s time wil id of the I C >mmissi n : Pi Now that his musical "Call Me Mi lam" is on its way to being a smash success. Irving Berlin is making plans to go on a long rest from his writing chores. ver, Irving says he'il be ready to undertake any a %  from the War Department, : to his "This Is the Army" nit World War II and is "Yip Yip Yaphank" show n 1017 •.or Hci". y Denker wv -•"i.lSl following : I dur_ v. hich he claimed that Eagle ited plot, charand dramatic sequences h b i k, "I'll Be Right M ," i : the movie "I" C rner" 20th-century F x studio is reading a biography : Iming i n the life of Dr. :": ei I Harpo Mara that "Arabia is a place they dame Shiek to Shiek" or is it Sheet t i Sheet? Jack Benny tills us that magazines are getting smaller and smaller. He's just heard of one the size of a postage stamp. You lick the back of it and paste it on your eyeball! Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis' personal production "At War With the Army" has turned out to be Paramount's biggest grosser in the last five years: that is. with one exception: the biggest of them all. and of all time, is "Samson and Delilah" Incidentally, the suit of Charlie Isaacs and Hal Goodman against Martin and Lewis for unauthorized use of Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story Wntte Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 COULTON BROS. GARAGE Upholstery and Seat Covers % %  %  ; D Delivery Wn • •h Str.-. The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH mmunity-Wide Karfm.th „--:-.:-_ „_ %  •niinuiinui Greater Miami 1. 2. The On, Community Kashruth _._ ^^ J !" !" ^ gay s ,ores where ^asssV aad ***.* „.. Dl ZTSSSZHZST concernin9 *-* %  <> SL. R^ bi J0Mph E RackoTtky Harry Siri dn. Pros. R JJ^^ Telephone 5-3595 1 s LobeL Treas. their comedy material, was settled out of court. The gagmen asked for $30,000. 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    liewislbJEIIiOipWIiiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY j^ ME 24-NUMBER 11 PRICE: TEN CENTS Appeal Pledges Total saitumi n ftnA %  r _~~T~ TTTI sffiOSSttia SEEr C offi b r Un tt* r m %  "• J ews Senators To Present Bill For Aid To Israel Pledges of $888,194 nave Deen turned in to the Combined Jewish Aooeal. Samuel Friedland, camnaisn chairman, announced at a I report meeting Monday night at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Ull".' *-— "Superhuman efforts will have in be expended if we are to meet goal of SI.470.570," Friedland A„ wr\a!tfn will H* JUf*loui I said saKt "Our campaign will be successful only if every volunteer covers every card still in his possession." Fred K. Shochet, chairman of Ithe metropolitan unit of the apIpeal issued a call for additional I volunteers still needed to contact I prospects. Ben Essen served as master of (ceremonies and George Chertkol I was principal speaker. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be Sholem. Sontup Ifeatured speaker at the report [session slated for Monday, March 119, at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor |Restaurant. An address by Sholem Sontup [will wind up the report meetings Ion Monday. March 26, at 8 p.m. at [Temple Israel. The meeting will [be dedicated to the metropolitan land winter residents units. I A veteran of World War I in [which he was a soldier in the [Jewish Lemon, an international [unit attache i to the British Army, ISontup saw extensive service in Egypt and the Holv Lyd for a [period of two years. Today less [than 30 years Liter he sees a land. [formerly peopled mostly by [wandering Arabs, populated and [fleve.oped until it holds more Ittan a million Jews. An experienced journalist, who "as written for a number of U.S. ar.a Canadian periodicals. Sontup ,j „ nbscr ver and thorough student of Jewish events. A native of Eastern Europe, sontup came to the United States -t an early age. He attended the [University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, courses at Columbia University New York City. On Wednesday. March 21, at the Grossinger-Pancoast Hotel the restaurant division of the trades unit will hold a testimonial buffet honoring Louis Shapiro, prominent New York attorney who represents a number of restaurants there. Mayor Harold Turk of Miami Beach will serve as toastmaster. Co-chairmen of the event are Irwin Cass and Sid Paller. The women's gift unit will culminate its activities with a Purim luncheon to be held on Thursday, March 22, at 11:30 a.m. at the Miami Beach Athletic Club. Mrs. Matilda Ratner and Mrs. David Harris are in charge of arrangements. On the same evening the metropolitan unit will conduct a fund-raising meeting at Monticello Park. Chairman Shochet will preside. Israel Voices ff Pain" Over I Commutations TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The "profound pain" of the Israel government and people over the decision of the United States High Commissioner in Germany authorizing commutation and reduction of sentetnees pronounced by the Nuremberg military tribunal on a large number of major war criminals was formally communicated to the United States by Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett. Mr. Sharett handed to Monett Davis, the American Ambassador in Tel Aviv, a memorandum expressing and discussing the Israel government's views. He referred to the Landsberg documentary report issued by High Commissioner James J. McCloy on the subject and pointed out that the report stressed the calculated sadism of the crimes perpetrated by the war criminals whose sentences have now been reduced. The memorandum refers to the fact that even the seven death sentences which it said the American authorities in Germany had no choice but to uphold had not yet been carried out and were 'now subject to renewed appeals. The High Commissioner's acI tion, it went on, to a large measure had undone the great achieve1 ment of the Nuremberg trials which had established the basic principle that there were certain basic rules of morality which no state or no government can disregard with impunity and individuals found guilty of their violation are to be held personally liable and not to be permitted to escape on the ground of "superior orders." Point r Aid To Israel Signed Israel official signing of the historic agreement under which Priri?". J eceive Bid l'm he United Slates under provisions of one „f .v T. ruman "Four Point" program is recorded (aboTe)m .L hr t Photos of the signing in from the Jewish state. The Affair^" 1 gned by Moshe Sharett. Minister of Foreign Monn.;. • JL ha Mwl T appointed American Ambassador to Israel. ne B. Dayit. (American Jewish Press photo) In Acute Danger T .u L „ AVIV fJTA)—The lives of the 54.000 Jews remaining in Iraq were reported to be in jeopardy as uncontrolled mobs swarmed through Bagdad looting Jewish shops and attacking Jewish pedestrians. Police made no efforts to protect the attacked Jews, but Iraqi troops have occupied the Sayyar Bazaar, near the Amoun Bridge, which is the center of the jewelry trade, and are denying Jewish "shopkeepers access to the area. Meanwhile, the Iraqi authorities have moved quickly to prevent Jews from trasferring any of their property or assets. Jewish propertly has been confiscated and Jewish bank accounts frozen. Authorities supervising the departure of Jewish emigrants to Israel are seizing their personal effects and the 50 pounds in cash emigrants were formerly permitted to take, and compelling them to leave completely penniless. The 300 immigrants who arrived at Lydda Airport in the first direct Bagdad-Lydda flights of the Bagdad airlift, came without even a change of clothes. They reported that their luggage was seized at the Bagdad airport and they were permitted to leave only in the clothes they wore. They reported that during the last few days Jews have been attacked by mobs in the streets of Bagdad and that Jewish shops in the clothing bazaar were completely looted. Jewish shops in other quarters were pillaged as well. In every case where the police were called, they said, the police came long after the mobs had swept on and after the damage had been done. Jews are not allowed on the streets of Bagdad carrying parcels, the refugees reported. Any Jew carrying a parcel is immediately picked up by the police and detained pending investigation whether he is an Iraqi national or has forfeited Iraqi nationality by registering for emigration. If the latter, he is immediately thrown into prison to await trial on charges of trying to dispose of his property. The central prison in Bagdad is reported to hold several hunj dred Jews arrested in this way and held without even a prej liminary investigation. The refugees arrivng here came in six planes. They were imme' diately taken to the Shaar Haaliya Camp, near Haifa. While concerned about the property they, had left behind them, they ex\ pressed fears about relatives and friends still in Iraq. The Bagdad-Israel airlift is now operating at the rate of about 10.000 passengers monthly. Efforts are being made by the Jew' ish Agency, which is handling the transfer of Iraqi Jews, to step up the rate to 20.000 monthly. The Iraqi government has es-1 tablished a May 31 deadline for the emigration of Jews. Jewish Agency, Cabinet To Meet TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Members of the Jewish Agency executive continued discussions preparatory to meeting with members of the Israel Cabinet on the grant of a special charter to the World Zionist Organization for work in Israel. The charter would define the role and scope of the Zionist movement as a partner of the government in building up Israel. It is understood that opposition to the grant of such a charter has greatly diminished in government circles and that the question now is when the Cabinet should submit a draft law to Parliament. Some members of the Cabinet hold the view that the issue should be deferred until a new Parliament is elected. By BORIS SMOLAR WASHINGTON TRENDS: Two important Senators wij^ soon present a bill in the Senate I requesting the U.S. government to give $150,000,000 to Israel this year as a grant-in-aid One of them is Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois, a Democrat, while the other is Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, a u Republican • %  A P ar a'lel bi-partisan bill will be introduced in the House The bill has every chance of passing if the State Department does not object to it .There are indications that the State Department may advance arguments aimed at hampering passage of the bill And it seems that the British Embassy in j Washington, aware of the preparation of such a bill, is trying to influence its progress by urging that Israel should get American I grant-in-aid assistance on certain conditions only Washington I is watching with interest—and with apparent approval—the British | moves to consolidate the defense of the Middle East against possible Soviet aggression Israel is destined to play no small role in this plan Units of Commonwealth "troops from India, Australia and New Zealand may soon be sent to the Middle East in token : strength, to be followed later by effective contingents British i troops in the Suez area have been increased to their highest strength I since the evacuation of British armed forces from Palestine This, despite Egyptian pressure for the removal of such troops from the Suez zone ... A plan to station British troops in the Israeli Negev, between Gaza and Eilath, is also under discussion However, this plan is encountering widespread opposition in Israel Not only do the Herut and Mapam oppose it, but also other groups These opponents consider the stationing of British troops on Israeli soil abrogation of Israel's sovereignty and too close a return to Mandatory conditions • • • COMMUNITY CURRENTS: Although no exact data is available, it is estimated that American Jews contributed last year about $200,000,000 to Jewish charity The Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds have provided. 66 agencies with about 120 million dollars Three-quarters of this sum went to the United Jewish Appeal, but a dozen other Israeli agencies were also among the recipients There were also other overseas agencies, not to speak of domestic health and welfare agencies, religious institutions, educational institutions and com| munity relations agencies The Zionist Organization of America is in a dilemma Should it hold its annual convention this year before or after the World Zionist Congress? Usually the ZOA convention takes place in the summer This year, however, ZOA leaders are inclined to hold the convention in autumn, in anticipation that the World Zionist Congress will take place in July But will there be a Zionist Congress in July? Many American Zionists doubt it The date of the Congress has been postponed j several times, and only last week it was announced that the Congress will finally take place at the end of July However, all indications point to the fact that this may be the last postponement • • • ISRAELI MOODS: Should women be drafted into Israel's armed services or its i auxiliaries? ... A local Gallup Poll on this issue—which is now a j subject of sharp controversy between Premier Ben Gurion and the I Orthodox Bloc—produced very interesting results More than 2.000 men and women over 18, from all walks of life, were chosen 'systematically from the lists of the 1948 census and interviewed I at their homes The answers have shown that 52 percent of the population favor women serving in Israel's peace-time army, while 48 percent are opposed This is quite a large proportion com' pared to that found in a survey of American soldiers during World i War II Only 25 percent of the U.S. Army favored the drafting of women Another poll in Israel sought to establish public | sentiment on the question of whether women should vote or occupy I important positions in the government The results of the poll 'showed that 92 percent of the population believe that women should have the same opportunities as men, w,hile 8 percent are opposed to equal rights for women The opponents are religious elements who claim that according to the Torah the woman's place is in the home Members of the collective settlements are entirely in favor of equal rights for women, yet 19 percent of them oppose drafting women into the armed services. PURIM MARKS TRIUMPH OVER HATE The Esther Scroll, or Megillah, tells the story of Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus and the unsuccessful p'ot of Haitian to annihilate the Jews of ancient Persia. The Megillah shown above in its exceptionally beautiful silver filigree case is on view at the Jewish Museum of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati



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GDvernment Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, Inc. 10 S.E. 5th St., Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION Religious Directory West Miami Jewish Center. 5720 S.W. 17th St. (Conservative)Rabbi Exra Lifshitx. -. v| Fwst Jewish Congregation of Coral Gables. 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Rabbi Ralph De Koven. trill officiate nt .' tS.lSp.ni Hebrew ... %  •: i p :n. to 5 10 P m. 9:43 to 12 noon. Temple Emanu-El of Ft Lauderdale and Hollywood (Reform). 1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson, rabbi. Services ) at S p.m. Dr. P. will p: • t unlay y ?.5. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. reslnf services at 8:15. : 10. Temple Beth El (Conservative). 630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. ea S p.m.; I 9 II i. SunCongregation roung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. • = • t S: 1 p m Sha Seudoi bera in thi • T'Ferexn israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7tb Avenue. t 5:S0 p.m.; i m All residents In that ted to attend. N. W. Religious Congregation, 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 k Northside Jewish Center, Douglas Gardens. 5028 N.W. 71h Ave. .at p.rn bj i am • i D ugh Thursday .". 4" :• s i % %  : i to Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshiboth Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad, 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Service* daily •> a.m. and s> a.m.; Mincha 4 p m., Maariv at 7 p.m. Friday .:.fcservii • at Rundown. Miami Beacn Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lchrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. • %  :.%  : W. M .-i ... rabbi will %  %  • A Mrs. Alex < %  %  Fiag'.cr-Granada Jewish Center. 50 N.W. 51st Place. Dcwntown Synnagogue (formerly old Beth David). 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitx. %  • [ %  Temple jsraet (Reform), 13? N.E. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus. • %  • N • %  Coral Gabies Jewish Center (Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop: Joseph Malek. cantor; Steve Kessler. organist. Palermo Ave. near Le Jeune. %  be Wednesday. March -l at i:M p.m. : purlm sen-Ice %  •" Thura. day, March -l at 10 a.m. Temple Isaiah (Reform). Town 8: Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. Servici ''in* "* i: ibbl M %  %  = 11At 11 duct a \v IN /. i I) !••• "Harmony In the Pa i from l" to %  the Coburn School, iwo Ba) I \ve. Noi Congregation beth Tfilah (Orthodox), 935 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 1 iy evening services at 6:30. Baturday morning at 1:10 the rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week Mincha p.m. followed bj .-'!. Si idos nd Man -. lervl tally service 7:50 a.m. followed by class in Mishn.i. Mincha at • %  i on Bundaj %  Tue id and ft'edni sdaj by i :.' n In Laws and Customs, and on Mondays and Thursdays by class In Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitx. Ben p in. Friday. Daily it 7:3 %  I ">.'M p.m. Cong. Monticello Park. N.E 163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob D. Katx. 15 p.m. Late Friday es at 5:30 ervlce at 9 Sui Lati Frldaj Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St.. Miami Beach. Dally I am. and 6:00 nt at 9 a.m • :i.! IA hi fli Id • •:' I ). SCO, n ill speak "ii "My Impn I My V • the l(. ID. A A, ademy." iy evening set p m, Baturday at 4 p.m. there will be a story hour for children of the entire munlty. refreshments will be serv.-d and Hebrew dan • %  and songs will .be i.inght by Bobble Lauer. M ha at I 13 p.m. and Shalos Bi follow lay morning service at 8. At 4::: a class In Cnumlsh and Rasha wil! be held by Mr. Goldstein, Temp!e Israel. "The Temple on the Lake." 1901 North Flagler Drive, W. Palm Beach. RicharH I E. Singer. Rabbi. Sabbath evi Frlday a B:15 p.m. Rabl I S %  will speak on "On !: %  il Jew"— a sermon f>>r Purlm. Sabbath candles will be lit by Mrs • ; .v. i. %  % %  %  h hour of rafrc nt ai %  % %  hip will follow • I Sabbath morning services day, 11:13 a m Congregation Beth El (Orthodox), 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. PYldaj • %  rvlres at r,:?.n p.m. forum al Rabbi %  I ra n r will preai h on "Is Meaningful Today?" Cantor Tambor l!l ch nl l %  g Max %  %  i p.i Min '2 noon. I %  • nd t Heading i '. .1 th< %  Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis Feder. • • %  V, %  %  • Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. .• ; M.nii-• v i MX Id • the dlrei • ion of l n Rabbi Shapiro >>" Active %  on of Mi and Mrs M md Robert Mrs. 1 •..'. %  > Jai ibs .;• Sunday 10:30 a.m led i Ral Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr ea t a.m and 5:S0 p.m. The Young Mil participate In lal I %  • %  : %  %  • w-, kly i 1 Sunday seta at 10 a m '," u : March SI, si 7 p m Kabbl >.,. !.. Kin speak pi loi t., the • • • Congregation Kneseth Israel (Traditional), 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. Ever. Abraham Seif. Cantor. %  %  > a.m Rabbi in address on the p m. a *ed vhich %  ,will V %  corni m fol%  n nd > indayi th. NERVOUS TENSION? Mifaa iVarei i x Lena Li xnerroiB tension, to permit refreshing sleep.It has helped thousand?. \\ hy not gj re it a chance to help you? • Try Miles NERVINE I when nervous tension tnakei you jumpy, cranky, sleepless, ( r ivti you nervous heaila. he gist has Miles Nervine effervescent tablets. Try th m. Your money back if you arc not satisfied Follow the label avoid excessive use. Effervescent tablets. 35c and 75c — Liquid, 25c and $1.00. Miles Laboratories, Inc.. Elkhart, Indiana Al Alt DRUO JTOM5 NER Guaranteed Repair Service WATCHES rS CLOCKS I Under the personal sti] BERNARD KOHN "The Watchmaker to Watchmakers' Rebuilders of Compkc.-ited Swiss & Domestic \V;,tcho LONGINES WITTNAUERI VACHERON and CONSTANTIN LE COULTRE and PATEK-PHILIr-PE 1011 OlympiaBldg. 2-2120 Finest Craftsmcnship At Reasonable Rates hokl •.. %  : \ .,-, sat''. fas) .•!..! I ||| ffotomoi ; day %  Temple tietn bnoiom t Liberal'. I 4144 Chase AveMiami Beach, Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantoi | Samuel Kelemer. %  %  >'. %  es til 10:43 I ••. w • F'urlm Flesl %  dim %  %  %  a.m. 11. i %  a -. Adull Hi 7 I'•'" %  J r I Miami Hebrew School and en gregation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W[ 12th ATC. Rabbi Simon Apnl| Cantor Berele Kelemer. i day evi ning • I enlni sei vlo" : will siieak on tentmant." sHshi %  %  lowed by Mincha, ShaL | Maariv. ll.br, m .-. • p m Dally ibbsth mol 1*1 R ibbl will ipaak on ti ..f the Law Jewith CommumtT_ Cen! (Conservative). 2020 Polk Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. Hon>8 Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. Pi daj • day services al • will conduct ti will ba "Aw lenl an i %  Baturday n • Rabbi Honbjr P : on o< the Law. t ...l | IS a m 8 Herman Voss Dally M \ Mima.-, can b. ev. nlni by calling cei rMM North Shora jewUh *>' t (Conservative). Biscayne mentary School Cafetonun* St. and Dickens Ave. Ph.l>P^ lW Spiritual Leader. Rabbi hullo I "Purlm and Hi lal s. Sslurda* Shnbbal ''"...' 1 ii-4 ervl.es. I roUowed i 11:15. W at 7 pni. tl will Uks Place In torium i



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    PAGE 4 B + klsHtcridiaiT_ rWDAV.MAur*,,. Capital Spotlight Is McCarthyism Causing Anti-Semitism? Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN (Copyright. 1951. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) McCarthyism is emerging as the fertilizer which is m set is of anti-Semitism. A Jewish veteran ii Washington has n denied employment by the national defense establisl because His parents and in-laws had thi bi .tune to I countries row controlled by Communist regimes A Jewis ined to Washington fi M.ss. : at his itenant subjected him to an anti-Si mil I While such incidents were being investigated. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman compared Republican Senator Joseph McCarthy with Hitler. Sen. Lehman said the "black evil of McCarthyism." applied through the Hitlerian "big lie technique." has captured "the imagination of the American people." Sen. Lei an told an American Civil L Union pan • -we would be foolish l xtenl i Mcs advanced ;>nd how McCarthy has "s |d is idi the American people and ma ssful polil nguished I mr-tin thai Mc%  sm is -ringing about the "loss ol radual and chment." T e House C mn itte* n Un-Am Activil subversive irganizat ti ns." It des per. It says 1 in Mass jsetts is %  •• • tongue." Ii that the paper iblished l t Mar: • Jewish school. T also says "for the guid inist-fror.t tions it* ria: %  • 5 Of I •-.... tront organizations or with The Washington Jewish Telegraphic Agency bureau is located in the National Press Building which also houses the Daily Worker and Tass as well as hundreds of anti-Communist publications'. Does that make the JTA or any of the other hundreds of news services and publications subversive? The House Committee criteria might be invoked against the FBI since the Agency's headquarters is located within "cooperating vicinity" cf the Soviet Embassy. This is the guiit by association device Sen. Lehman warned against. McCarthy said "the arrangements whereby Alger Hiss, after his conviction, was living in the home cf the Deputy High Com • rr.issioner of Germany, were made by none ::r.e: than the ur.cle c: Buttenweiser's wife, a name you may recc-gr.ne Herbert Lehman, U.S. Senator from New York." It was thus that McCarthy implied Sen. Lehman might have served Moscow. This technique is extremely useful for anti-Semites, having been employed with amazing results by Hitler and Goebbels. R Kle in .<.:%  t Secretary of Defi -.%  Anna i -::.. ; 'oout a young Jewish I iu nl .-. .• M C rthyisi The cas< is pr typi : similar instances, increasing daily. rote: Then is at least an unpleasant possibility that the incident nti-Sen itism as well ?s fr >me\vhat hysterical anti-i ry is that he applied for appointment as a civilian to. a supply specialist. Since he had pproximal s a soldier and had increased his; ns n :..:. : his employment since returning to! terviewing officer told im qualified. "He w officer asked him to fill out a I ked the country of birth of i r-in-law. • in-law and his that both oarents were Soviet Hi -i-law, in pan n the U.S Armed F i •V • ....... pplicant that for old be dt %  : I --• "•'•' t is t t policies and %  \vi oiiniina Firm Off A. B. Wiener \IIII ounces Ifow Supervising Officer firm of A. B., moral assistance of the newly organized congregations. The accounting Weiner, Congress Building, has i nnounced that Arnold J. Stern. f New York City, has d the firm supervising ior accountant. A graduate of New York University, class of 1943, Stern maid R h o d a nk of New Y rk City that sarnt year Durthe war. he lember of 82nd Airborne Division. is signed, he wrote and j produced a full scale show entitled "Bars and Stripes" under ispices of the Special Service Department of the army. The travelled 12.000 miles the European theatre of | tion providing entertain-i A bazaar Stem Stein's reputation among religious circles preceded him to Miami. However, due to his intense business activities here, he has been unable to take part in local religious work. "It will be several months," says Stern, "before I will have sufficient spare time to be actively engaged in local welfare work." He gave up his own accounting firm in New York City to accept his present position. The Steins live at 7905 S.W. 57th Ave. with their only child.; Lou's Kravetz and Mrs. Abrah, Jo-Anne. 3,t <"Hollywood Women Announce Bazaa r. sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary „f the iy, wood Jewish Center, will ho at the center from Cft} 26, announced Mrs. J j L" general chairman. Mrs. Briefer announced chairmen as follows: executr Doctor Elected To Insurance Post DENVER. (JTA)—Dr. Lewis L. Miller, Denver Jewish communal worker, was unanimously committee. Mrs Mrs. David Peldma'n V Home and Mrs. George & There will be a variety of C set up with Mrs. Edgar* ffl in the apron booth, arts & <-Z Mrs. P. Lavine: baked goods ivetz and Mr J. Salter. Canned elected as president of the Coloops for two years, j rado Hospital Service Association. In 1948. Stern was one of a which operates Blue Cross insur: vi terans which estabT \vn and Village ConSynagogue of New York treasurer for two With other officers, he be. cooperative ventures population of : d coordinating the vative principles in the egations. ver his work into pursuits. Stern assisted in unding of the Stuyvesant: branch of the Jewish War in New York. He was member of the Metropolitan Council of the United Syna: New York City. This s purpose was the exchange among Conservativi ,'igues and the support for the growth of new congregations. The greatest growth of Jewish was experienced immediately following the war. 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    PAGE 2 B +Jen 1st FTcrtWan FRIDAY, MARCH 16 Hadassah Chapter To Hear Mrs. Ellis Mrs, Arthur EUis, member of national board and fund-raising chairman of Youth '::. will speak to a combined ting of all the boards of the el \, n groups of the Greater MiN. Y. Cheese Executive's Retirement Announced Announcement has been made of the retirement December 31. 1950. of Frederic Rohner. president of Gerber & Company. Inc.. New York, since its incorpartion in 1920 and vice president of the : Company. Inc. The Gerber organization, a Nestle Company subsidiary, is sales representative here i Swiss Knight brand I Swiss processed cheese and the Nestle brand of gruyere type processed cheese. Rohner's retirement is in accordance with established pof the Nestle Company. Management of Gerber & Company has ibeen taken over by John Sipkin, long connected with the Nestle organization and widely known in the cheese trade. Rohr. ( r, said that English-Jewish Newspaper Association Reelects Slomoviti; Pledges Aid To UJA NEW YORK CITY. (AJP) — wholehearted support to United ica's leading English-Jewish Jewish Appeal and to the projectnewspapers, members of the,ed Israeli bond drive. American Association of Englishj n another resolution, the assoJewish Newspapers, recentlv con-1 ciation tendered greetings to the eluded a three-day national conNew York Times on its hundredth > vention here bv unanimously votanniversary. ing to launch the American JewThe American Association of ish Press, a new national EnglishEnglish-Jewish Newspapers repnews-gathering and feat, resents 36 of American's weekly ure service, to supplement other newspapers, including The Jewish services of weekly Jewish news%  Floridian. papers in the United States. The ninth annual national convention of the association, meeting at the Statler Hotel, also voted to introduce a series of cartoons and comics dealing with Jewish life and history. The publishers reelected Philip Purim Carnival Pl anE West Miami Jewish r„. hold a Purim carniv^* evening, March 18 it ha L announced by Leonard j Kl president. Booths will be set up groups aff.hated with the con, and refreshments will U m This affair is a conZJ t *J| bration and will feature Pu 3 songs by I. Teitler and his cw3 group, and a presentation! students of the centers 2£1 school. Mrs. Helen RoS'l chairman of the arranSSJ committee gTni ^ T in a recent --''• : siomovitz. editor and publisher of W ^" nV T\ i \ mp ln %  %  he is by no m< ans the Detroit Jewish News, to his pastures" and will eigh ^ as president slomo continue as active head of the Z3H _, Jr. J —.<.*.... ~t i Emmental Cheese Corporation, and FT* li ric R hner ft Company, hav< •'• (fices at 6 Harris n St New York City, Chest Physicians Attend Meeting Dr nd Mrs George G. Ornh sts .a a buffet dinting of the liege it thi %  •'. tires in F rt Lau lerdale n Ft id ill M n h 9. A round 1 n on • the fol%  Dr Burgess L Elhs has N V Mrs. Arthur Ellis ami Chapter of H ; ih n h 19, ..: to be held at the Miami Bea< Athletic Club. M Ell • turned fr :• %  nth's toui : Y uth ..-. Fi ance and %  Y visit • to tour 1 i I; the chilt of the colYork Medical i. ttending G Miami Dr V \ in :• r Lil u I pter; Di I Levin, chairman of the am committee: and Drs. • K ivnat, Julius Rosenthal, G( : g< Baum, Do Witt f M SymDaughtry, John Cbesney and •"•-"•' O -• nt the Isaac Cippes. '' : n:ne SUD Also o-eent were Dr Rich-jrd IIUbiTlS LaudSdate "D" e M>" By: n Harman of Tampa, and Audit num Dr Mu:ray Kornfeld executive vitz was also named president of I the American Jewish Press. I Leo H. Frisch. editor and publisher of the American Jewish World of St. Paul-Minneapolis, was reelected treasurer of the association and treasurer of the AJP. Joe Harrison Fried was •named editor of AJP and Joseph Weisberg. editor of the Boston Jewish Advocate, was reelected as vice president of the association and named chairman of the AJP editorial committee. Other officers elected by the ation were: David* Gaiter, editor of the Jewish Exponent of lelphia, vice president: Elias Rex Jacobs. Buffalo Jewish Review, recording secretary, and Jacques Back. Nashville Observer. retary. The convention unanimously I a resolution pledging .i n H %  M :.• V. • :. is ::. f arrai Warren To Sing At !"-.>! Concert Mrs. Rosenberg Honored WASHINGTON. — The Chi Omega Sorority national evi tent award for women presi nti I I: si week to Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg. Assistant Secretary of Defense. Mrs Frank, lin D. Roosevelt made the presi ntation in the office of Defense I Secretary George C. Marshall. '•' %  Miami S. ni r High rwEw with Leonard Warren secretary of the college, of %  27. 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    FAGE 4 A +Jmist ITcridHar FRIDAY, MARCH 16, EDITORIAL Thv l.oval Aspvvt As up foi the ramp .. %  Appeal .: becom locci participating agen wholl ioors ::er. should be stress* •.-> more. At tl l ago ::• the Story :: -:-:•: 30JC Q. simple language We quote hi* poignant message The Pace Setten Division the Specie] Sifts and Trades Divisions :r.i die magnificent Women's Division ill have made thei contributions in the initial _::.:;e %  >[ this year's campaign You have heard others tell :: the needs :: UJA the :the: overseas needs Deeds -: nationa] agendas Lei us now tan :: the o o e ds :: the local agencies The Jewish Home for the A?ed sow .~:Z .£ newly acquired Douglas Gardens irhera loving care .; :e.r.; provided for 44 saed z-; ^isrm Jews who had no home :: other Deans :: sap%  zzr '.:s furnishes a real :.:• %  •=:. :: rest ::: seosnry economic needs This agency rs2 need 7-e Surer .: -: "e-.cisi Educe: : 7i ag e wi: PURIM CALL— = %  ; Miami Flagler-Granada. Ccr< North ~rre Hialeah an Beccnlandthoui : people rangmg in rre; tram three tc ninety-three receive a program :;: normal people The ~K centers provide the cultural recreational social and physical activities programs for the Jewish Communiry. These centers rre the ~.ee::.-.= pieces z: ...r.-.y Jewish organizations and r::er sure, activities as afternoon :..zscouting summer camps, lees ere and aduh activities rr.r a progiarr. tor the Soldes-Age 31uh All day nursery schools :L..:'Y.-" ::v-: The :ev,:s Ce :er Association --.?:s ccnsu.tct:on and sztensioa services to var.cus jewish wgcauzations, JCA s barest needs %  •'..o around 5.:: ::: ::: -:: -.he cxreas in 195: ih Social Service Bureau Reiuree program: serves all Jewish immkrranta who have come continuing to come into the Greater Mi.--. — ea Its genera] purpose is to have them self-supporting and well adjusted citizens as soon as possible. It finds homes for them, es rrr reeds them, and wcrks with other ..-. the community in the social and culture", adjustment -:' these newcomers, and in serur.r.rr employment for them. SIOO.OOO will be teeds for this service in 1951. The Jewish Vocation Service: has done a tremendous iob in the procurement of employment for the refugees and for clients of the JSSB. For every job obtained there is a great reduction ir. the relief load of the JSSB. This agency is saving our community many times its cost of operation plus the greater accomplishment of turning an indigent relief case into a productive good American. The needs of this agency will be S12.000 in 1951. National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section: This wonderful agency carries on a very extensive program in our community in its Service to Foreign Born. Its English classes alone. among its many other educational services, and Us c.asses in Americanization have done much towrend developing fine citizenship among our Jewish people Just meet some of the newcomers ><>nz Appointed Chairman Of Dinner-Dance : • Si L %  B :• Seoul t. r. Z .".-I "; %  "•%  Assist ••" %  %  2 : s %  %  "" %  %  Lev .-B B L 1. j Transcvndina Faiths New York's newspapers last week headli the story of an anonymous Jewish bu-'nessn 6 '" who donated S2.0C0 toward the rebuild !" 2 Catholic Church that had been razed by fire There have been many such gestures 'fa 6 past, both by Jews and Christians. Yet t},J occurence can never be ever-emphasized 'a'* world so torn by religious and racial ditierence^ The lesson the story holds is so simple thai I barely requires comment beyond the assertio^ that it was another expression of the universal brotherhood of men and of the basic sympathies men have for each other regardless of faith and color. However, there was one facet to the slorv which merits special note. On receivina the air 1 the priest of the church humbly remarked that % some ways this curse (the fire; could be considered a blessing." If the destruction of the holy sanctuary has, inded, brought about better relations among the diverse religious elements in the district where the church was located, the fire that licked the edifice did more than to merely destroy a building—ti destroyed walls separating men from men and faiths from faiths. after they are here a few months. The result speaks for itself. This service is askinq for S5 6 for 1951. Mount Sinai Hospital: At last we are able to boast of a first-rate Jewish hospital, modem in every respect serving its full share of the much needed hospital requirements of this community including the part-pay and the free care for those in need of hospital services. The work of this hospital is so well known to all of us here that it is needless to describe the manifold needs which Mount Sinai fills in our health program, While their deficit will amount to considerably over S200.000 in 1951, the community ir. its C. J. Appeal Drive is being asked to finance S133.0 of this deficit. I have given you but a very minute sketch of the local agencies in our drive. All these institutions are dependinq upon us. They are lookinff to us—WE. THE PEOPLE. They are cryir.-r tor our help. They plead with us to KEEP OPEN THHff DOORS. Go out and knock on the doors of ax Jewish Community today, tomorrow and .all this week until you cover every one of your cards. What you now do will be the deciding factor as to how wide the doors cf these agencies will b kept open. The major portion of the first money collected has already been pledged for the paramount task of keeping the doors of Israel open. If the local agencies are aoing to remain is operation, it is imperative that every worker, as well as every citizen of the Jewish community, contribute as much as he can. Mtaroi Chapter Slates Supper -' %  v -. K Beth David PTA Slates Purim Fete %  %  i premises toe. Musical Program Planned For Aged An •Beach pianist -:' : '•" E %  %  J Purim Masquerade Ball F Ik • %  %  -_ Temple Isaiah Makes Plans For Seder Rites :_ %  | .%  ft M i —i B**c.de by • .Games Night To Aid Cancer Drive Roosevelt Temple 33 of the Pythian Sisterhood will hold a nes night on Wednesday. rch 21, at 8:30 p.m. at the Dora August Memorial Hall. Proceeds are earmarked for the I rthcoming cancer drive in which Pythian Temples throughut the United States and Canada %  %  'A participate. Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks, excellent nior of the temple, is general ichairman of the event. Assisting Mrs Lewis Pomerantz, corman. Other aides include Mrs. Manuel Rudis. Mrs. Morris Cotzin and Miss Rickie Brooks, seats: and Mrs. Nat Miller, refreshments. Linen Shower Held Miami Beach Chap: | rachi Women held a I n Tuesday at the S :. Miami Bea 11 nsburg' and hit ere | hosts to the group. Mrs. Joseph Brenner was chairman of the event. Co-chairman was Mrs. Ida Wes Dr. Blumenthal To Speak Dr. Seymour Blumenthal. practicing psychologist, will speak on "Your Relationship with Adu.t Children" at a meeting of t Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center on Sunday. March 18. %  2:30 p.m. at the center. Israel Linen Shower and %  Women. th Ave. -peaker will be Mrs ar/1 the singing and Loma will enAdmission will t I BSS Playlet To Feature Purim Celebration A Purim festival will be held Sunday. March 18 at 4 p.m. at the Kneseth Israel Congregation, sponsored by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Esther Eisenstein. president, announced. A playlet bv the Hebrew and Sunday school pupils will portray UM story of Purim. Holidav will be sung bv Cantor am Seif. and a full-length movie. -Queen Esther." will be wn. Idren participating include Stanley Citron \ man Farber. Leonard Stolzenberg. Irving Goldx Bi rk< Harris Buch. binder. Phyllis Lovitch. Mai n. Harold Wilen .Lipton Sandra Rosen, Nancy .Klein. Phyllis Goldberg. I t tf. Iris G St'eve l.m !" ^ r & £ nma Mermgoff and Jimmy Dublin. Jewisl)thrktiar Published every Friday •">•''? bf The Jewish Floridtan at 120 N.. *• .Sixth itreet. Miami 18. Florida. E"* : tered aa second-class matter July J I 1S0. at the Post Office of W'" 1 I Fla.. under the Act of March 3, "• The Jewish Floridian has *bsorMi the Jewish Unity and the Jew'" Weekly Member of the Jewieh TOP graphic Agency. Seven Arts f ,J,u 7 Syndicate, Werldwide News Bsoaj 1 National Editorial Association. An"Jj can Association of EnfllishJewii Newspapers. Florida Press AssociateThe Jewish Floridian does n ruarantee the Kashruth of the nw chandlse advertis ed In colu mns. SUBSCRIPTION R* TES: „ On. Year £ ~ Two Ye ars -%  --_ %  FRED K. SHOCHET" Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephones 2-1141-25W. Volume 24 .Number H ADAR II 8. 5711 FRIDAY, MARCH 16. 19}l



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    Hang Year** jjibbrfears 'Black Market' Bar Mitzvahs Too Many Years Training Is Required light fw YORK CITY (AJP) — | School classes over a long period l;,k markets in Bar Mitzvahs before confirmation, for instance -^ould result in the overnight new "synagogues" Fachin' • %  .firmat'ion age of I which might offer Bar Mitzvah ading liberal rabbi said j training in far less time and with ^preparation are required |p wu *" !" ? .. a le tenth". less stringent Ifte comment by Dr Ira Eisen; of course %  „,,-; %  ve director of the s \ e ) Advancement of I „ Parent ? concerned ,ciet> '"• l jes of | offspring s strenous dual studies fes b lead?n/ed e ucrtorr-^tending school on the one a survey by the handand a sturdv Hebraic course standards—for a over their %£ J( wish Press on preI Ifitzva "lining. %  The trend I ward increasing the imber n of re Q uired ,inin bef 're Bar Mitzvah was •Doed up last month when the nnesota Rabbinical Association led in fav : of a two-year ining pe • : boy*. The unimouslv I pted resolution the attendance on the other—might be easily amenable to shelling out bucks to make the Bar Mitzvah "easier" for Junior. Just how such a problem might be combatted. if it arose, Dr. Eistenstein did not know. Meanwhile, the director of the American Association for Jewish Education told the American Jewish Press he advocated a min^wii^ltUEIliDipidlilQun MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1951 SEC. B Jewish Agency Lists Ten Groups Authorized To Conduct Israel Drives ,vided : i m £->hhath*"^ !" imum of three years training for "SSI "ah candSs ****** Bar Mitzvah students nprind before followed by increases until even,r .^frio,i„„ tually a minimum of five years training is established for all Jewish boys approaching 13. The director. Judah Pilch, called the present general re: alifving :-.:"irmation. Dr gjs, :. while favoring • T>>wUh vnunss"""^ ,c F'em general reda lv Hebrew laments throughout the United d u.l> Heorew | sutes Q{ ffom ong {Q one and mms Added To iDL Library ddition : new 16mm sound on human relations to the DL Films I r Democracy Liiry is an.-, unced by Gilbert J. fik'in. direct r Florida Regional lice. Anti-Defamation League B'nai B' Ih Included an ng the new titles "A Wav in the Wilderness. is. noted that ting stan too high—the luiremen to a a-half years of pre-Bar Mitzvah 'training "a chronic disease." Mr. Pilch said he knew of a few com, munities that required two years i training. Several communities in New Jersey, Long Island and Chicago, he added, require four years training before Bar Mitzvah. A recent statement issued by the United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, it was reported, set forth a policy ree Process t Law Denied." : quiring three years attendance at r Town Is the World," "The!a daily Hebrew school—not a •y of D: Carver" and 'To j Sunday school—prior to actual e Togetl 'Bar Mitzvah. A Way in Wilderness" is I nunatici -on about the Dp s Admit Illegal *'e to improve the health of BU— T_ TT • J e South Jseph Gold"try Into United States ;er of the United States Public NEW YORK CITY (AJP) — lth Service I Tired of waiting for alien quotas daptcd .': x. The Ox-Box to permit them to enter the land dent,' "Due P-ocess of Law of freedom, eight displaced perization of the i sons, seven of them who spent due process ] tortured years in Nazi concent rate"--, illi the necessity, tion camps, walked this city's •of the in-'streets as temporary free men to "mob after admitting that they flew 5i ce into this countrv Illegally from World" tells Cuba, n between two xh e i r temporarv freedom c&rr.c .:• town. The| a f er Federa i j udge i rving R. Kaufman awarded them the : round of their fight for legal residence in the United S The judge erased the stigma of criminal charges against all eight by suspending their sentences He acted on the recomnv tions of Assistant U.S. A'.: Kleim who said that the defendNEW YORK — The Jewish, Agency's Committee on Control j and Authorization of Campaigns i announced a list cf ten Jewish j organizaticcs which have been authorized to conduct campaigns i for Israel projects in 1951. Headed by Dr. Nahum Goldj mann. cnairman of the American Section of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. 16 East 66th St..' the committee was set up at the request of the Israel government to assure priority of the United Jewish Appeal as the major source of philanthropic funds for J Israel's immigration, absorption and colonization program, and to reduce duplication in the fundng field. The organizations authorized to conduct Israel campaigns in 1951. • all of which received similar authorizations in 1950. include i Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America. Inc. (including Junior Hadassah), Na, tional Committee for Labor Israel. Jewish National Fund. Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America. Inc.. and Mizrachi Women's Organization of America 'including Junior Mizrachi Women). Also. University Institute Technion Fund (UIT) in behalf of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the Weizmann Institute of Science and the Haifa Technion. American Fund for Israel Institutions. Federated Council of Palestine Institution-. Materials for Israel. Inc. and Women's League for Israel. Inc. (New York area only). A Jewish Agency spokesman explained that authorizations were granted upon submission of .: applications and financial data, but did not imply endorsement. He emphasized that all organizations whose applications %  were approved have agreed to conduct their campaigns so as to assure priority to the United Jewish Appeal drive. Negotiations for one or tw additional authorizations are still under way. the spokesman declared. \ominations On Flamingo Agenda Flamingo Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will nominate officers for 19511952 at its next meeting on Wednesday. March 21. at 8:15 p.rr. I the Hialeah Jewish Community Center. 951 East Fourth Ave it is announced by Ben Bl president. Harold Krawitz, chairman of the nominating committee, announced that all chartei bers of the lodge are being personally invited to participate in rmal elections the establishment of the lodg in November. 1950. A program will be pre: and a social will follow. Horses' h .'.ere shoe coverings in the shape or sandals before metal h shoes were used. CAPT. JOE'S FISH MARTS For the Finest Northern Fish White Fish. Pike. Carp. Flounder. Smells FISH GROUND FREE — WE DELIVER 1985 S. W. 8th St.—"ON THE TRAIL" 425 W. Flagler—'AT THE BRIDGE" Wholesale & Retail Phones 9-6338. 2-9816 %  ** -*<3 ( •'-&"&. %  *-.*•.. pups in nflict i \ p -will and ted Nations '•>-' necessity for reen indivi^, p rt, The Story latizes the life r us American grtis! (To Li\ ther" was Dro-! ants had hel P ed smash a smugP : the Anti-De8'ing ring operating private ind a number %  P lanes between Havana and' tions agencies and .Points along the Florida co-st. 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    PAGE 6 A ienist ncrkttan FRIDAY, MARCH 16 "Strictly Neighbors >> By HELEN ALPERT Pra;ne Avenue's Mr. ar.d Mrs. Joseph Sha-.vrr.ut left for New Y Rome fork, to sail April 3 for a tour of Europe, climaxed by a flight from Rome to Israel. At Tel Aviv they'll see tr.eir rr.arried daughter. former WAVE Mrs. Esther Russcol; and younger aaug.-.ter Shaloma. who's 20. Shaloma is the onetime Uof Miami ^.udent who copped -eer vista Mrs. Ber; wrote Simon." Nat. who has been racationing -ere. wUl knighted at the Cornation BalL probably June 9. He *ad Sally return to Gotham this week, but will be back for poinaaBa-time. lo join the select circle of Miami Beach Krights of the Festival. To date, there are o=!v four: August Geiger Mi.ton Lick. Herb Frir.k and Mark Honeywell. Thaf$ "sir'tainly fine, for Netf. PERSONALITIES: rty : d c v • His I •' %  S : u wmgi thawi 5 closer 3 c at Cornell Brand-i : • —S ~ • '" %  ~?' x '"'g '--"er H tel Ed:son : :.:.-.rvah the .a -skating fours INTERIOR NOTES: Fascinating gadget in the breakfast room of Jack Mir.tzer's exquisite new home'en North Bay Road is the inter-com system clicked to every room. His private phone is attached to a little swinging bedside door. The cocktail-table in the living-room is a Ircpical aquarium which lights up at night Sam Jamison uses the same idea, but different, in his bachelor's suite in the Rio Hotel. His huge cocktail-table is a glassed-in collection of fine shells also illuminated at night. Sam leaves for Europe on May 1, for four rr.cr.:hs. primarily lo examine television techniques in Italy The magnificent-sized home of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard H. ."acebsor. has that indispensable—a phone in darn near every room. Ar.r darn if their phones don't work better than mine—for a day and a half I'd been trying to reach Sid McMath. Governor of Arkansas, and on a hunch I gave it a twirl on the Jacobson's wire. Prestc: there was my man. 88 blocks away, fresh in off the plane. Or TOUR: --....-. v.' Hepoeris and everj bit : h:~ is enthusiastic recent M M nufacturers Exhibit Hia showing of the '."! Wall Company's clever built-in wardrobes ar.d elotets-with;!.;..-.;-:. ..-; pi mptly netted a b:g-scale order for the new Ben E on Tr isure Island The Belrr.ar Heel's Al Pollack loves •:: Sow associated with the C PA. offices of Lewis Stemshein -; _.-..-•. Max Bi Ruth Slotnick took herself %  sun-tan %  1 before leaving for Atlar.tic City : •. tend H td r. the b-rari-.vaik there. My offer hclds .-._"...-.:. unleash a powerhoust: I ; ty for your voice rt—any tune you pick—in Town Kail Carr.egie HalL or the Met: ra: PM PICKUPS: Max Orovitx goes !c Europe in two weeks, for a two-week trip > That itunnirg modern house jus: over the bend on the Bay belongs to the Bernard Sharps, who have a northern home in Long Beach. LI. Mrv Sharp's next door neighbor is Mrs. Ralph Shere. They're both wonderful gals and wonderful neighbors. sharing keen interest in Our Community Mention of the Schines. up there, ties in with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Laxarus. who are vacationing here from Gloversville. NY. THANKS AGAIN—to everybody—for your phone calls and newsl Jcffes Entertain For Gen., :.:.and Mr; I-,... ] r 6034 Indian C:~k Dr.-. M '--:taine i at their h —e : vening in hoc r 3 nd Mi G : 3J on • %  tc the stiff f S %  it-oivisit. rs present • Mi and M L uis Pred Mrs. Ginsburgh Loot An, Ml and Mr; Gerjv S.-.=;.and Un Leah Darnels :' E ;t n Beach Center To Elect Elec^ : I fficen will -.;.-.' :.£ .'. t-e %  '-': enter on Mork ': is %  • •" Sirkin %  !Jt 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER & RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLEVVEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 NX. Ut Are. p, 9ftft7 MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS Fred Storch Will Become Bar Mitzvah Fred Storch. son of Mr. and Mrs Max Storch. 771 S.W. 11th St.. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday. March 17. at 9 a.m. at Congregation Beth El. Rabbi Murray Grauer will officiate. The young man attends Ada Goldberg, attractive and prominent, wfc *n a n d *** for our vacation-attractions, at the Winterhaven Hotel Her •. through the resort is her sister, Mrs Martha Kant t Marthas husband, as you all know, is the Winterhaven s : IfWTPHT T*T7Vf£** A conference this week between Mrs. John Hunt, president of the Royal Poinciana Festival, and song-writer Nat Simon the wrote "Poinciana"; reveals that come June, it'll be "Sir Nathaniel be royally —Associated Photo Fred Storch ritt J in t High School and is a member of the Beth David 3 ;. Scout Troop. He has received his Hebrew training at the Beth El Religious School and intends to take advanced work following his Bar Mitzvah. A kiddush in the Dora August Memorial Hall will follow the ceremonies. The Storches will be hosts to Fred's friends and schoolmates at a reception at their home on Saturday evening. On Sunday they will hold open house in honor of the occasion. Out-of-town guests include Mr. Storch's brother and sister-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Storch. and their children. Aron and Sydra. of Brooklyn: his sister, Mrs. Anna Goldstein, of East Rockaway. L. L; and another brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Storch. Forest Hills, L. I. The Bar Mirxvah of Alexander Kogan. Jr.. son of the Alexander Kcgans. 3722 Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach, took place Saturday March 10. ( t Temple Beth bco.om. The services were conducted ty Cantor Samuel S. Kelemer and Rabbi Leon Kronish. A kiddush reception followed the ceremony. Considerable ivory is obtained from vast stores of mastodon and mammoth tusks found in Siberia and elsewhere. Sally Barmat Affianced To Leon Sirkin Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barmat, of Brooklyn, N. Y., announce the engagement of their daughter Sally, to Leon Sirkin. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin of Miami Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from James Madison High School in Brooklyn and is attending Brooklyn College. Mr. Sirkin, a long-time resident of Miami Beach, is a graduate of Georgia School of Technology and is taking post-graduate work at the University of Miami. The wedding will take place on June 16 at the Sherry Netherlands Hotel in New York City. After a honeymoon trip to the West Indies, the couple will reside in Miami. Sally Barma: Mizrachi Women Plan Purim Party Dov Chapter of Mizrachi Women will hold its annual Purim supper and third anniversary celebration on Sunday. March 18, at 5:30 p.m. at the Beth El center. Harold Shapiro, narrator of radio program. "Builders of Israel." will be guest speaker. The film. "A Pair of Shoes." depicting progress in Israel will bu shawn, and a musical program will f 0 ], low. All proceeds are earmarked tor the Moses Chitim fund for the orphans in Camp Rennan;.. Israel. Dov Chapter will hold a regular meeting en Wednesday. March 21 at 1 p.m. at Beth El Center. STAR-KIST TUNA W.NS3-T0-1! READ AMAZING RESULTS of unbiased taste tests HOW THSIS WIRE CONDUCTED: 1. Supervised and Audited by one of America's best known tirms of Certified Public Accountants. 2. Brand names concealed. 3. Housewives chosen through cooperation of church croups, women's clubs and auxiliaries. coast-to-coast. 4. Panels of hundreds in each ten city assured accuracy. i. Experts chosen from home economists, food editors, etc 6. Star-Kiat Tuna and another leading nationally advertised brand wert taste tested by both experts and housewives in each panel. %  ESUITS... food Exports and ffovaowtvoi Prefw Sror-KlM Tone. 3 lo 1 I At aTaTaaaaaw ty Javia n iaj J iaf Corfatod PvtJic Accooaafoara Nationwide Tests Prove Star-Kist Flavor Wins Over Other Leading Brands... In unbiased taste tests, an overwhelming majority chose Star-Kist. Why? Because only the smaller, naturally finer tuna art packed under the Star-Kist label. Better three ways: LIGHTER, FINER-TEXTURED, BETTER-TASTING! Buy some today! Thousands, in concealed identity tests, preferred Star-Kist flavor to all other leading nationally advertised brands of tuna! Try Star-Kist yourself. Buy several cans...always have plenty on the kitchen shelf for casseroles, sandwiches, salads. Serve this marvelous protein food value to your family and watch them ask for "seconds." You can't buy 6ner tuna, no matter what you pay! Ask your grocer for Star-Kist, the Tana of the Stars. %?tSSSf' Tun Coarooteoa Wetter of doo4 yaor mwey botk Compare Star-Kist White Meat Tuna with any other brand. On the basis of taste alone. Star-Kist is guaranteed to be bcttet or double your money back! Ask f.t ST AH II 1ST-Ike Toao Of Hit Stan I %  I £ urdine's Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Mondavs: 9:30 to 9:00 Shop by Phone from 8:30 a m.Call: 3-1141 boys! girls! you can win a prize in our EGG GUESSING CONTEST it's easy enter today closes March 22 Guess the number of eggs in our Easter Bunny Cart in the Miami Avenue and 1st Street Comer window and you may win a grand prize. Entry blanks are at all the children s desks en the Fourth Floor Enter today • • ha PP y guessing. VISIT THE EASTER BUNNY EM BURDINE'S TOYLAND



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    PAGE 10 A JmistiHaMian FRIDAY. MARCH lft Purim Party Planned Flamingo Court To Meet Tuesday Pioneer Women Club No. Two oi Miami Beach are planning a Purim party for Saturday, March 24. at 8 p.m. at the Town and Beach Club. 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, it has been announced ;• Mrs. Henry Seitlin. -resident. Tho event will also honoi members on their wedding :. .•. %  aries. Next meeting of Flaminao Court 12. Order of the Amaranth, will be held on Tuesday. March 20. at Whitman Hall. 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. A si ial election f ass patron and trustee for two years Will : I cert : %  nil A:. bers will also discuss plans for the forthcoming grand court session which will be held at St. I Petersburg. I M ilvin Englander. royal; ron, will preside. :;00 to j 400 vears r!d are found on the j thee. .laBmanmc a. I Detroit Social Club To Hold Purim Fete Detroit Social Club of Greater Miami will sponsor a Purim party on Saturdav, March 17, at the T .wn and Beach Club. 1 Lincoln I. Miami Beach. Aaron Rosenberg, author and will serve as toastmaster. Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing Purim songs. Visiting Detroiters are welcome. 1951 Attends Sister's Fumrf Mrs. Freda Newman i eft h New York Tuesday to JjJ funeral services for her i. Mrs. Birdie Rudy, formerly Miami Beach. Also among survivors are brother, Godfrey p cre ll in Cleveland Road. Miami Bet, and a cousin, Morris Perpll Miami Beach. re A child afraid of the Springtime? Spring was made for children, like laughter and warm sun. Why should a child fear these? You would have to live where she lives to understand, ^ou would have to know that vour home can be entered and searched night or day. your father taken off to prison for as little reaeon as —that he received a letter poetmarked "Israel." Yes. there is a place in the world where that can be a reason for persecution. This little girl lives there, ;>he saw her father taken awav three vears ago. Now he has come out of prison. And he and all the Jews of that land, which shall be nameless here, have — miraculously —been given permission to leave. Of course, most of what they possess, save the clothes they wear, will have to remain behind. No matter. What matters is that they must leave by May 31, this year —or never leave at alL For on that fateful day the exit doors will be slammed shut. Now do vou undesstand how a little girl can be afraid of the Springtime.? Understanding, will you help wipe the fear from her heart? Will you help her and all the other thousands who pray for the ships and plane* that can take them out of danger and oppression to Israel and freedom? Will you help them-as yon helped 500,000 others in the last three years -build homes and a new life there? You can-so easily-by contributing to the United Jewish Appeal. Do it now. quicklv. while there is time. Give today. Give more than ever before. Ijiwted lenish \ppeal on behalj of Join, Distribution Committee • United Palestine Appeal • United Service Jar Neu> American, In 1951-Before Time Runs Out —the United Jewish Appeal Must: Sate 200,000 homeless Jews by bringing them to Israel from danger zones in Eastern Europe and Arab lands. Help the people of Israel make their country bulwark of democracy—by aiding them establish 120 new agricultural settlements; build housing units for 40,000; care for 30.000 immigrants in reception centers plus 15,000 children and 5,000 aged and handicapped. Supply relief, care and rehabilitation assistance to 400,000 distressed Jews in Europe and Arab countries, 90,000 of them children. Resettle in this country and in other western democracies a total of 25,000 displaced Jews. Greater Miami Jewish Federation 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida



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    PAGE 10 B JewHtnork*t*n Tupper Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Sarah Tupper, formerly of 4550 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, March 18, at Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 2 p.m. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Mrs. Tupper is survived by her husband. Herman E.: two daughter s. Rhca Stern, of Miami Beach, and Leona Blumenkranz. of Miami: three sisters in Syracuse. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. friE ADVENTURES OF .CAPTA IN j IN THEIR RESCUERS PLANE CAPTAIN TOV AND UZI, RACE 1 riAJ MUSAS ARAB BANDITS fOTHE IMMI GRANT :OLUMN j Friedman Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Rose Friedman, formerly of 1530 S.W. 4th St., will take place Sunday. March 18, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Friedman is survived by her husband Sam. a son Henry, and a daughter Bonnie, all of Miami; also a sister and two brothers, of Brooklyn. Arrangements arc in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Program Time Changed Radio Workshop for Democracy announces new broadcast time for its weekly dramatic programs. The program will now be heard every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. over station WMIE. Designed to advance harmonious understanding among all people. Radio Worshop for Democracy is directed by Mrs. Gertrude Marx, with musical accompaniment by Steve Kessler at the organ. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY (51VEN thai the undersigned, desiring > %  • engage in i ei > under the fl< til < me of Gem Jewelers ;u 1221 N w 3rd Ave. M ami, Intends to • eglster Mild name with tinClerk of the Cl Court "f Dade County, Florida, HERMAN LEBEN, Sol.' >u i ... i •; NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE I'OIWTV .in;i:s COCRT IN VND FOR DADE COL'NTV, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. ]• R. ESTATE OP DORA Itl.L'MENSO.N, ,-. .1 T.. All %  tors and All Pei sons Hav. o i man Is A Esl • i"i %  • I i i ; i f > %  -11. %  i %  hereby !.••• %  %  ; required to present I i' -ii in,iu In. h j ou, or either of you, may I d< • • %  ised, eslei I "ountj Si tfork, i" Hi'Hoi IV. I", illanton, %  % %  inty of [>ade County, and file the ;i. h offli %  • in Hi., i [house in Dade County, l within eight calendar montha fi m ih.. date "i the first publication hereof. i lalms or demands to mtaln the legal address of the i lalmanl and i,, be sworn to and presented ;i..:• ame will inbarred, i i ite Pi bruary 26th, A.D. 1951. i 'AVID r.i.r.Mi:.\si >N, As Ancillary Executor "f the l~'-t Will and Testament ol DORA BLl'MENSON, Deceased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fin. Attorney fr Ancillary Executor :: .'c .'-ic-;3 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C1RCC1T COCRT OF THE ELEVENTH Jl.'DU'IAL CIRCl'IT, IN AND FOR I'A I IK COl'NTY. FI-OR1DA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 139376. DOMENICK !.<><; \\\. Plaintiff, vs, STELLA LOQANA, Defendant. You, STELLA LOOANA, 110 filmlnskl Drive, Syracuse, New York, quired to serve a copy "i youi Answer t" the BUI of Complaint for divorce >t: plaintiff's attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 27 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file Ii I glnal ii ii fflce of the Clerk c.f ihis ('..in i on ..!• before April 9, 1951, otherwise ;i Decree Pro ConfeSBO will In. entered :iM;iinsi you. DATED March :•. 1951, i: It LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Clrcuil Court Seal) By It. II. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. 23-30 l a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage In m -s under the fictitious name of Albert's Jewelers at 264 E. Flagler Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of tinClrcuil Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT B GROSS S..I,. i iwner :: 16-23-30 I 6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tin. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tinfictitious name "f Interstate Sales Companj al 138 N.W. 1st Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register s.ii.i mini,, with tinClerk ol tinCircuit Court ->f Dade County, Florida. STANLEY FELDMAN, s.,1,. 11 ner 3/16-23-3 4 '', Tune in "•Jowish Forum OH The Air" Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE IITI1 JUDICIAL CIH'TIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 139267 HELEN TOMASCHESKI, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI, I •• f %  ndant. TO IOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI WEST 36th STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. YOU .!'. %  required to serve ;t copy of NO iAnswer to the Hill of Complaint for l %  • • 'i the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file tinOriginal Answc r In the i iffii t the Clerk of tli" I "lr< :ii' i oil! t on or I,, foi .. tin6 I Apt:'., A 11. 1951: otherwise, the l Nil of C nt for D vorce hen tofore filed herein will 1..taken as confessed by N • DATED ;,t Miami, Florida, this fi day ol Man h. 1951. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit < "out t. Pad.. County, Florida. ill Court Seal) Bj : W.\I. W, STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Ml RRAT GOODMAN, Attorney, : %  %  I i!vmi,|;i Building, Miami, Florida u 9-16 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  dersigned desiring to eng > W, Eighth SI Ml %  jnl. f la, tier the fictitious name of A-i Liquor Store, Intends to register the -.ml name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON PE8KOE 1 ':.,',,: .. tor SAMUEL RUBIN Attorney :,t Law *'-'" Lincoln Road, M. B., Fla. 9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS „ NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint the undersigned, desiring ti engagi In I business under the flctltl martin s Beauty Baton al 636 s randon Boulevard, H i .... Key Intends to %  • %  aid name with the Clerk of t iult Court of Dade County, I 2 ,, }S M B UDNER, Sol. I ..... i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY' •I.MKII'A. — IN CHANCERY, No! LOTTIE DORSCH, PI Intlff, vs JAMES .1 DORSCH, Del : VMES J DORSCH %  New York, New You are required I • nt for ,• IUC R. Ri .SEN •i "M fie. of the Clerk cult Court April, A D. 1951, oth. %  HI be taken i i. I t. d thl %  • day of Man h 195] I". B, LEATHERMAN, /f, ,. „ C, rl "' th< -' Circuit (Circuit Court Seal) By W.M. W. BTOCKOJG, 3/9-16-23-30 ePUty Clerk HUDAY, MARCH 16 1951 — WE'VE COME TO HELP you, -THERE'S' AN ARAB RAIDING PARTy APPROACH IMG TO^XSE ATTACK yOUR COLUMN 7 AO? 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    H* MARCH %  !•*:; MM *JPH##/ Ikrtltor PAGE3 B each Zionists To ear Rabbi Mann abbi Moshay P. m. *piritlea( *"2-^"Luncheon. Club on ,eade,o S f Temple Isaiah, will rf weaker at the Miami •ulnnfst Luncheon. Club on $£ "March 21. at 12:15 iTinccln Manor, according [Harold Shapiro, chairman and "Si wffl discuss 'The Israel and local will be guests of I The ra w Pre! jpapermen r at the luncheon. • nrc assuming the pulpit of rY. Isaiah Rabbi Mann was **iJ8Header of South Fifth Congregation, Brooklyn. %  H e is a aduate of Western rve University, Cleveland. w hcre he also received his ers and doctorate in history. bbi Mann is the only rabbi in ministry who has been or' d b V the Orthodox Yeshiva inarv in New York as well the Reform Hebrew Union lleee in Cincinnati. Ohio. He been active in the Speakers eau of the American Jewish areas and is a member of the aicr Miami Rabbinical Asation. harles H. Le will report on ;t Israeli news and Jacob C. an Will lead community g. listing Shap.ro with argements are Daniel M. Broad, Eisman. Cantor Samuel ler. Sam Pmsterman and ling Schatzman. To Plan Purim Fete At a board of directors meeting to be held Monday. March 19, at 1:30 p.m. at the Beth El Center plans will be formulated for a forthcoming Purim celebration. Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer is chairman, and Mrs. Isador Cohen is co-chairman. Cardiac Home Party Miami chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will have a luncheon and card party at the Melvin Cohen Hall of the home on Wednesday, March 21, at 12 noon. Mrs. Gen Golden and Mrs. Abe Robinson will be hostesses. ihlc* Lodge To loltl Election loral Gables Lodge of B'nai lith will elect officers for 1951at its next meeting on TuesMarch 20. at 8:15 p.m. at the al Gables Jewish Center. bronze plaque for "outstandmembership expansion in the ai B'rith national campaign" be awarded to the lodge by B'nai B'rith Council of South ida. President Alvin Corenwi\l receive the award from ncil director, Charles R. •bson. 'erbert Weiss will report on veteran's service program ucted weekly in the T.B. ird at the Y.A. Hospital in 1 Gables. rograin Listed r ltan Team h? dance routines for the team Kayta Delakova and Fred i Ik have been announced by Arlr Cohen, chairman of the" proj |m to be p.-esc-nted Tuesday, rh 20, at 8:30 p.m. in the ni Bayfront Auditorium. ley will do interpretations the American scene, pic1 out of the past, two lovers, pressions from the Middle East, pt vendor. Arab street enterpers, and an Israeli suite in and poetry, he exhibit .a is being sponllocally by the Miami and ni Beach units of Junior Hasan and the L'niverity of Mi' chapter of IZFA. To beat May 31 emigration deadlines facing nearly 100.000 Jews in Iraq, Iran, Rumania and other Eastern European and Moslem lands, the United Jewish Appeal must have large-scale help now from the Jews of America to speed these tens of thousands of homeless Jews to the sanctuary and freedom of Israel. In upper photo, a Joint Distribution Committee mobile X-ray unit is waiting tobe disembarked at Haifa, while in picture at right, a glimpse of the Promised Land brightens the faces of two new immigrants from Rumania. For the world-wide programs of immigration, settlement and rehabilitation carried on by the United Jewish Appeal's three constitutent agencies—United Palestine Appeal, Joint Distribution ComImittee and United Service for New Americans—the UJA this year requires a minimum of S203.684.S77. ~ I I 1 MATZOH MEAL at its BEST! 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    %  F RIDAY. MARCH 16, 1951 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE +Jeist) fhriciinr, PAGE 11B r„rire OF INTENTION TO MAKE l N0 APPLICATION FOR FINAL AP DISCHARGE -WUIN'TT JfDGE'SCtMIRT. 1>AI)K Pml-VTV. I--I-.M1II.A. — :No. 11894. p. ram .11 apply I" the. Hohor[ % %  [tlanton, County Judge of Count)'' Florida, tor approval dd fin.il i 81 E> l>ort and tor •titor of the I*!" ,* rd day of February.. final dlsBstate of 1951. HARRY KORKTZKY. Irii'V STONE Igwrnrr for Ex. linn 1 C ljl:.tnii. FM. IJ;.>-16-23 Bldg., NOTICE I'NDER FICTITIOUS N0 NAME LAW NOTICE IS HFJREBY GIVEN that | th l undrrsign.•i: i • i'NTT, FLORIDA.— |\ CHANCERY No. 139049. ni.TMK ORE I ATHIN, Plaintiff, vs. NATHAN llll ENSTEIN, lant S-ATHAN (iREENSTEIN, I4ss Metro lltan Avenue N v YOl' .1'to snve a copy the BUI of Com[tlvi '-n the plaintiff's %  he original answer 'li rk of the Clri pfore I he 2nd day otherwise, the or 1 ilvorce herefore filed "ill be taken as PATKH il Florida, this 27 i f Febru \ i> 1951 I.EATHERMAN, Ihi Clrcull Court n i %  inty, Florida. I' VI c FEIC.E, I leputy Clerk %  %  ORMAS R. LYONS, [ami, Hoi MARY M. CARJULI.O, Plaintiff v SEBASTIAN CARDILLo """' V Defendant. m^ „..£ 1IT p OR DIVORCE 312 West 43rd Street, New York City, New Yo'rk Y m ^".-'"H 1 ," Y NOTIFIED that w n f.! H C om !" al t '"'" Divorce has been filed aKainst you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys, •,'i',; ,'""'"' K:| l'lan, 6.-.0 Sevboid Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt on or before the 22nd day of March, 1851. if you fall to d Judgment by default will be agalnsl you for the relief in the Hiii ,,r Complaint Tins notice shall be published once each week for (our consecutive weeks in l lie .i.wish Florldlan DONE AND ORDERED at Florida, this 20th day of 1951. ] %  : BO, taken demanded Miami, February, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit ourt, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Sval) By .\l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [ IS H IEBY GIVEN that ring to engage m titioua name of to Venetian Rlind Laundry at 35 /.'. 17th Street, Miami, Florida, I name with the k of the Circuit Court of Dado Dtinty, Florida HARRY KESSMAN 3 2-9-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW [NOTICE Is HEREBY qiVEN that undertdcm-il, desiring to engage In mder the fictitious name of I ..t Room 237, 420 %  n.-oin Rood. Miami Beach. Intends %  aid name with the Clerk • th; Tin ult Court of Dade County, londa. L,;H A,0RS 'AKIN GRILL, INC. BUCK AND SHAPIRO IO0 Uncilii Road. PI/J-M6 MYERS, HEIMAN ,v KAPLAN, ESQS, 850 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 2 23 i 2-9-16 C, FEIGE, Deputy curie. ''v^LYldvn'Vi!;;^-^""alntlff, Defehdanl AI:,!KI ^THICKLAM,. ".'...I^I.IA HMU;,:,. 8TBICKLAND Eure, North Carolina. of \,.„ : "'' 'Wired to serve a copy '",,',":;.""• UM Hill for Ihvor'ee ,''','"attorney, and to file ine < l,i k of the Circuit Court on or ''I/"" "" day ,.r Ma"h 19M' '"'""'• ""• BUI of ComSaint Pi V SK; '""""ore fMed Kerein.' DATE 3 D a at C M reMed b day of Februai tinfar will you. Florida, this 13 nil, 1951 '• %  B. LEATHERMAN, (Circuit cSur*8eai, the C,rcUlt Court By WM. W. STOCK INI! 6MANUEL LKVIONSON"" 1 "*' Cle,k Attorney for plaintiff Ho, Blscayne nidg. Miami, Florida. 2/23 3/2-9-16 ^?, R P E R .. 0 f : PUBLICATION 240. W ll'' A £\-;'r\, 1 ', ll ,-'sl!, I!V Plaintiff, vs. KEITH LEROY PILLBBURY Defendant. T, ,'i,'>L ;i !" l l:l! "V PILLBBURY -4 West Grand Avenue Highland Park ::. Michigan ;"", lr hereby ordered and required 'o serve a copy of your answer to the Hill „i Complaint for Divorce, •' copy ol which is enclosed herewith. on I lalntinf's attorney, and file the original in the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, on or before the r,th day of April, 19,>1, otherwise the allegations Ol raid Bill will be taken as „.n.ssed by vou. DATED: March 6, 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,_,. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (i iic uit Court s. al) By WM. w SAMUEL .1. HANI) Attorn.-;, for Plaintiff 1007 Olympla Building Miami 32, Florida 3 9-16 23 30 STOCKING, Deputy cieik. DADE COUNTY, I IIANCERY, No. .,!ICE BY PUBLICATION r, ,•,';.' :i 'CIT CiiCRT OF THE IvYEi !" ni'ICIAL CIRCUIT B AND FOR HORIDA 1\ I % %  rfABBTH r WOLPER, Plaintiff, 1AR1) M WOLPER, Dc' WOLPER, -1 to serve a copy the Hill of Comattorney, MORG, 420 'Lincoln ll, Florida, and file office of the Clerk "Hit on or beforo %  therwlse, said Bill confessed by you. i February, A.D. •ted thla > LEATHERMAN, the Circuit Court. in Clerk of Real) > H. H, RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. 14-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^e Jewish Florfdian soJ* y Qur legal notice.. We appreciate your j^onaqe and auaran8 accurate service at legal lor 'ates. Phone 2-1141 messenger service. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I Ll IRIDA, IN AND I'IR DADE culNTY. — |.\ CHANCERY, No. 138817, ISIDORE FISHBEIN, Plaintiff, vs. TILLIE FISHBEIN. Defendant, SUIT UOH DIVORCE TO: MRS. TILLIE FISHBEIN 104 Dumont Avenue Brtiokl> n, New Y'ork You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint tor Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffAttorney, JOSEPH W. MALKK, 350 Lincoln Koad, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21 day of March, 1951. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will bo taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Flnridian. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19 day of February, A.D. 1851. E. It 1.KAT1IHRMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By II. II. RICK, JR., Deputy Clerk JOSEPH W. MALKK, Esq. :::,o Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 2 23 9 '2-9-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 139290 LILL1 \.v BALDINL Plaintiff, vs. OTTO JOSEPH BALDINI, I'. fendant. J"ou,"OTTO JOSEPH BALDINI, Central Ishp State Hosp l ,: for the insane, l/intIsland, New York, are required to serve a copy <>f your Answ.r to the BUI --f Complaint for Divorce on plaintiffs attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and fiU' the original In the office of the Clerk of this Court on or before April 6. 1*51, otherwise Judgment will be enterested against you, DATED March 7. 1951. K. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By It. H RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk 3/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OR THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, M ,;I"DA. — IN CHANCERY, No. MILDRED BORUCKI, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY HORUCKI, Defendant. I'd: STANLEY BORUCKI, .'.9.1 William Sire, t. Bridgeport, Conn. Y ,'„', r AIlK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a (till of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and y.,u are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the plaintiffs attorney, and file the original in the office of the ( lerk of the circuit Court on or before the 2Sth day of March. 1951, In default of which this Hill „f Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 21th dny of February, 19,il. K. B. LEATHERMAN, ('lerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, THEODORE J. SAKowmT*' ''"^ Attorney for Plaintiff, 822 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. 3/2-9-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE ,-. NRJ'CE T CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA — IN PROBATE No -,..::... • In Re: ESTATE OF MAX BASS, Dei-eased. To All Creditors and All Persons llavine'Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present anv claims and demands which vou, or either of you, may have against the estate of Max Bass, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon w. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same ill his office in tinCounty Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant ami to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or sa will be barred. Ii.-ite February 22. A 11 1951 CLARA MASS. As Administratrix ol the i: tati of Max Bass, I is. .1 Mm: TON ROTHENBERG, Attorney for Administratrix :: 2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDEF: FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tinundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Little Hake Shop at 2127 Coral Way. Miami. Intend to register said nniie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB L. HI SET JOE FOX MYERS. HEIMAN AND KAPLAN. 650 Seybold nidg. • 2/23 3,2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIV EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Cabin Grill Restaurant at Room 23,, IL'n Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. _._ MAJORS CABIN GRILL, INC. BERICK AND SHAPIRO. 420 Lincoln Road. 2 23 3/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF' THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 13927S. Louis TED ONE, Plaletifr, vs. FILOMENA TEDONE, also known as FILOMENA MONTARULI, Defendant. SHIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FILOMENA TEDONE, also known as i n,i IMENA MONTARULI, Corso Giovanni lafta No. 47 Ituvo di Puglla, Barl, Italia. You, FILOMENA TEDONE, also known as FILoMENA MONTARULI. are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint tor Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, and you are required to nerve %  copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BEN BSKEN. ESQ., 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida and file th 'Iglnal Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk .,f the circuit Court on or before the 6 day of April. 1951. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will !" %  taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall ipublished once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. AND ORDERED at Miami, tiiis 7 day of March, A.D. NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE CI 1UN IV FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No, 22934. IN RK: ESTATE I IF CARSl "N BRAD] ORD, si:. I '. I .ised. Notice Is hereby given thai we have filed our Final Return as Executors .-f the Estate of CARSON BRADFORD, si: dec. .is.il. that we have filed petition for distribution and for discharge and that on April i, 1951, or as soon thereafter as we may be heard, we will apply '• %  the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of the State of Florida for approval Of said Iglnal Return and for an Order of Distribution and for Final Discharge as Executors of the Will of CARSON BRADI-ORD, si:. deceased DATED th, 22nd day of February, 1951. MARION PATRICK BRADFORD CARSON BRADFORD, JR. DAVID P. CATSMAN Attorney for Executors 1101 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beaoh, Florida :: 2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIITC ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 139155. SUIT FOR DIVORCE ISIDORE KAS8, also known as ISIDORE KASTINOW1TZ, Plain: ft vs. ELIZABETH KASS, also known as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ, I Vlen.la lit. TO: ELIZABETH KASS also known as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ 1110 St. Johns Place Brooklyn, New York Y..11 ELIZABETH KASS are herebj notified that a Hill of Complaint foe Divorce has been filed against you, and you anrequlred-to serve a copy of your Answer oi"Pleading to the'Hill of Complaint on tinplaintiffs Attorney, CHERTKOF AND KALISH 607-S Olympla Building, .Miami, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6 day of April, 1961. If you fail t |o SO, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the HIII of Complaint, This notice shall be published DOCS each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Honda, this 2 day of March. A.D 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, (I, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, (< llrcult Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. CHERTKOF AND KAlieS"" "'^ "7-s olympla Building Miami, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' THF7 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND F'op. DADFJ COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 139157. MARY DISTEFANO, Plaintiff. VS. JOSEPH DISTEFANO, Defend. :r TO: JOSEPH DISTEFANO, 220 'Cast 103rd street. N,w York, New York You ar, required to serve a of your answer t ( the Bill of Complain! for Dlvor n tjie plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer In the office of the Cli the circuit Court on or before the %  day of April. A 11. 1951 : othe the Bill of Complaint for D %  filed herein, will be taken i by jon. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the -' daj ol March, 1951, E. I: LEATHERMAN. i ..;' the Circuit (' irl Dad,County, F'l-.i (Cln i url Heal) llj WM. W. STOCKING I lepul FRIEDMAN. Plain: ". Building, Miami, I Ml LION A Attorm 1023 Seybold :• 9-16-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name NI Florida, 1911. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. w BEN ESSEN, F:SQ., 823 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff I 9-18-23-30 STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t-engag" in business under the fictitious name pi Joy's Apparel at 2258 Bunche Park West Drive, BinliDark. Florida. intends to register said name witn the Glerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count; Floi Ida.* HERMAN GANZ : 2-9-16 PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 l N. K. gnd ST. MIAMI 3t. FLA. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH Jl'DICIAI. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE col'NTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No 139268. HELEN GAS8ETT, Plaintiff, vs. .1W1ES !•:. CASSETT. Defendant. T. i: JAMES E. GASSETT IUOUSTINE STREET ROCHESTER, N. Y. YOU are required t.serve a copy ,,f your Answ.r :.> the Hill of Complain) for Dhor, n the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the original Answer In the Off:, e of the Clerk ol the On ull Courl on or before the ,-, dav of Apt II, 1951, othi rwise, the Bill of i 'omplainl for Dh oi ••• hereto... i will !>%  taken as coned b\ you DATED at Miami. Florida, this 8 das of March. 1951. E B LEATHERMAN, ci, rk ..f the circuit Com I pad. County, Florida, fClrCUll Court Seall WM W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk, MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney ui I ( i lvmpia Building Miami. Florida. 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of Trallway Service station al 1699 S W 8th Street, intend t,, register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadc County. Florida. ERNEST DcJACOMA WILLIAM J, BIGOIO 8/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ("OURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No In Re: ESTATE OF VICTOR MOREL, i u eased. To All Creditors and All Persona II tying Claims or Demands Against Sa I Estate: YOU, and eai b of you, ar,hi notified and required to present ti claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have again.-the .state of VICTOR MOREL, deceased, late of DADE County, Florida, to th. ll. HI. w. F'. BLANTON, County Jud ..f Dade County, and file the same in hi. office in the County courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from th, date of the firs! publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or ~.im will be hatred. Dale Mar. 2. 1951. VICTOR CHARLES MOREL, JR.. As Administrator of the Estate %  -1 VICTOR MOREL, Deceased. HEN ESSEN Attorm v for Administrator 9 8K-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I-'LORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No, 139023, MARTIN MANAS8E, Plaintiff, vs. ERNA SALINGER MANA8SE, Defendant. SHIT F*OR DIVORCE TO: Erna Salinger Manasso Jewish Refugee Center, 1160 Taft Avenue Manila. Philippine Islands You are hereby notified thai a Bill Of Complain) for Divorce has been filed .gainst you. al.il you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, CHERTKOF AND KALISH, 607-08 Olympla Building, Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of thi Clerk <>f the Circuit Court on or i>i toi the 80 .lav ,.f March, 1151. if you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. notice shall be published once each week for tour consecutive weeks iii Th.Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this L'6 day of 1 %  briiarv, A.D. 1951. I' B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By M. c. FEIOE, Deputy clerk. CHERTKOF AND KALISH 807-08 Olympla Building Miami. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 3/2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN C< U'NTY JUDGE'S COURT. DAI >E coHN'TV. FLORIDA— NO. 24435, RE: ESTATE OF CHARLES E. FINE, l '• -eased. NOTICE Is hereby given that i nave filed my filial report ami petition tor Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of Charles E. Fine, deceased; and that on the Huh day of April, 19M, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade Count.. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the estate of Georgi E. Fine, deceased. This 5 day or March' 1951. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney tor the Estate of charges B, Fine, Deceased, l(i23 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Fla. 3 9-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF' THE STATFJ OF" FT.ORIDA, IN AND I'n!'. DADE COUNTY.—IN CHANCERY. NO. 13922S. ADELINE SINDONI STONE, PI tiff, VS VRAINE STONE. Del. I To: VRAINE STl INE 619 South 42!al Street Philadelphia, l'enna. You are hereby notified thai a Bill Of C implalnl for Divorce has I.. filed against you and you are ri Q to serve a copy of your Answei ot Pleading to the Bill Of Complaint .--. Plaintiffs attorneys, WEINSTEIN, WE1N8TEIN .v WEINSTEIN, I coin Load. Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before April 3rd I If you fail to do so, judgment bj di fault will be* taken against you I n the relief demanded in the Bill ,,f Complaint. Dati -1 this 5th day of March E. B. LEATHERN! \N Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. 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    flUDAY, MARCH-16. 1951 +-Je*ist.fk.rMtan PAGE 3 A 11 Say... \ popular saying goes that Toledo is the most Bnanish city of Spain. Built on a granite mountain hirh'is ,urrounded on three sides by the Tagus Star it as an ideal fortress The cit >' fi es back to nJehistoric times. Its hoary age strikes the traveler nmiiis in DV car frorn Madlid on the road straight wan arrow built by the Romans. He rides over the anrcnt bridge. Puente de Alcantara, and enters thrnuch Puerta del Sol, the superb Moorish city ve under a horseshoe cuspid arch. The effect of fhe dark, winding alleys, the ornamental GothicBvz ,. itecture. the massive houses with iron studdec: d > rs, the aged brown walls enclosing patios rid archaic. \lis Leg nst A cluster of legends envelope its early spring „'.. gods and heroes of Egypt, Pel Q,e, : the Bible are associated with its berinnin indent Jews occupy a prominent place amor., ths After the sack of Jerusalem by I Nebuchadnezzer. a colony of refugees are supposed to have settled here. Thus Jews were contemporary %  • its succession of rulers—Carthageman, Roman. Visigothic, Moorish and Christian. Tfcje line 0 { j, bles born here include Jehuda Halevi and the sch '!ar-commentator-astrologist made famous to all the world by Robert Browning in his optimist'-' poem Rabbi Ben Ezra. \A Great Jewish Center With decline of Cordova and the wholesale [conversions in Seville. Toledo became the largest IJewii in Spain. Its record for learning, its ; and its wealth of personalities make la distil 'tragic, and fascinating story. Here kettl Abravenel, when he fled from the i rtu who wanted to lop off his head I friendship for the Duke of Braganza From Toledo. Don Isaac was called I 11a to become her Finance M IT hi; lived in comparative peace and Toledo: The Royal Capital of Castile prosperity through the successive conquests. Only under Christian rule, whether Visigothic or Catholic, it suffered catastrophic persecutions. Santa Maria la Blanca Today there is not much visible evidence left of the Jewish past, and yet more than in any other city in Spain. The guide brings the tourist to Santa Maria la Blanca This remarkable structure, originally built in the 12:h century for a Synagogue, has a .mns supporting high horseshoe arches, which in turn support the roof as in the g ique of Cordova. After the ution of 1405. tms Synagoguev. ted to Christian uses, then a D; n asylum for straving en. subsequently a i use, and finally a dancing hall. The-. ... caused much havoc to the original Saracenic beauty of the interior. Yet this nati • r.ument, restored and reconstructed, still has mu b : its original *.ark artistry. Abulafia's Mansion A show place is the residence of El Greco, the 16th century painter of startling and novel originality. But in the 14th century it was the home of Don Samuel ben Meir Halevi of the celebrated Abulafia family. He was Finance Minister to the Castilian King. Pedro the Cruel, who was by no means cruel to Jews. The finance.made a double mistake He joined factional intrigues on the side of the king's Maria de Padilla. as against the Queen. He amassed a vast private fortune and thus excited the cupidity of his master. So in his 40th year, he was r.cd. tortured, and executed. Needle say. his wealth was confiscated and the seven cellars. each beneath the other, under the Palaico del Judio IT'S palace), were carefully searched for a tional treasure. The mar .-. ; its i r.T.er grace and beauty. tectural distinction and terra cotta tiling have been imitated and reproBy HARRY SIMONHOFF duced in Coral Gables during its Spanish phase in boom days £1 Transiio Don Samuel must have had a premonition of early death. For in his 35th year he began building a Synagogue that expresses the learning, wealth, taste, and splendor of Jewish Toledo in 1357. Arabesques, palm leaves, vines, citrons, lilies, lions, and Castilian turrets are cut and intervined into the alabaster like stucco covering the walls and columns. An arcade of 54 pillars, blind casements and latticed windows prevent monotony in the noble proportions '.f tne basilica. Cedars frorn Lebanon were imported for the ceiling. Beautifully formed Hebrew ived on the walls spell out Biblical quotations that tandards of taste. In the time of J trouble, this Synagogue became the Church El Transito. Today it is a national shrine and a monument _-'.-nse for beauty, delicacy, grandeur, and restrained opulence of Spanish Jewry in n of Purim. stu">f the Hebrew Academy Iwiii hold a carnival on Thursday. 22, at the academy, 918 I !" St. Miami Beach. I Tne academy children will come laressed in original Biblical costUh% ?? d notabl e characters in line Bible and in Jewish history. IJ-nzes will be awarded for the most original costumes. bpecial booths representing the £ir:rn theme will be set up in we Playground of the academy. Included will be "Shooting tht m n r "Crowning Queen Esiner: "Photography Booths;" and Knocking Hainan's Block Off.' 1 V n j un nr '"se. a merry-go-round, *"?. P? n >' rides for the children w i also be featured. Lr A ?t liting ln the arrangements ,'V". e instructors of the Hebrew a tngush departments of the aaemy and a special committee rL Hebre w Academy women wns.sting of Mrs. Alexander K'gan Mrs. Irving Eirtel and %  Fenster. Ifrlli Mioloin To Burn Mortgage* Burning of tne moiigaee was redeemed during the past highlight the annual ting of Temple Beth Sholom on Sundav. March 18. at 6:30 p.m. Ai o slated is election of officers for the coming year. Nominees include Shepard Broad. Sidney D. Ansin Samuel Beckerman, Harry Din.n. Judge Kenneth Oka, vice presidents; Abraham Zinnamon, treasurer; I. C. Greenberg. Abe Solosko. general secretary. N minated to fill three p Sts on the board of directors are Max Dreyer, Frank Kamen. Alexander Kogan. Allied Rajna. Seymour Rubin. Samuel Segal. Jr.. Simon Wolff; two year term. Dr. Norman Russ: one year term. Morris J. Kandel. The congregation's annual report will be presented form of a dramatic narrative entitled "Beth Sholom Marches On" by Rabbi Leon Kronish. Temple Beth Sholom Chorus will participate under the direction of Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Ala taking part in the program are presidents of all organizations in the temple family. Vacations With Parents Larry P. ( Dr. and Mi A. J. Rubin I • %  %  % %  Inesday from At! senior at Era iry : Rubin is a member K | :.. sti Alpha Bpsilon Pi. His Irs. Harry G. Pop1 lin. and her I laeL have 1 their vacation to with Popkin is the : i Mona Rubin. Central Beach jol teacher. Several parties have been planned for the visit rs. before returns to Atlanta Sunday. Ladies' Night Meeting Women's Activities Com:: of the Flagler-Giar.ada J Community is making | plans for a "Ladies' Night Meet' ing" to be held on March 29 at 8:20 p.m. at t 50 N '•'•' 51st Place. Rabbits breed from four to eight times a year. Leisure Program Will Be Surveyed The problem r, n all ; iation at its r ing at Israel. v the the cor/.. Tl II includi "tees rep. • ed at pr. J ,-h Cente. .'-. A coi ill be presented to -.. n H Kaplan, preside.'.: .. t: :.. Grauer of C Ei. Rabbi Josef) : R M x Beth David, Rabbi EJ.^ Lei .: West Miami Jewish Cenl and Rabbi Mon 'Gables Jewish Center. Young Adult League Plans Weekly Dances The Young Adult League of the Miami Jewish Community Center is inaugurating a series of Sunday night party-dances, with the first one slated for March 18 on the center patio. There will be games, refreshments, and recorded music. In the event of rain, dancing will be held indoors. The first annual Purim ball will take place at the center on Sunday, March 25, and will include an auction for the benefit of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Vanilla is made from dried and fermented pods of orchids. Under New Management Phone 4-0129 AL'S DELICATESSEN Full Line of Kosher Delicatessen. 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    JAY. MARCH 16, 1951 + kistFlcrkUai From the Psychologist's Desk PAGE 5 B Thumb Sucking M BlamenthaJ. cV .bleme. \ e I h M marpar. t-chUd k IM past • : fjr of %  : Examiner* ; a-liti PTortdton, I 11 -K I'tor's n e ar D-. Bhimenthal: My \kusband v U would appreciate about thumb lucking.'1: %  -' 'apidly becoming tome. Our four ear old ; kicking his ; or ago. Hou-%  began again I set nu ro I % % %  -Vy I rs are con[tanily ( • < .-.bout not ( ethodt at I >-. We are r \.-orry about the growth i. To make | ur younj7 become ] among young | be a uni, United S | reality" of [ that it I As a L • tucking is I nsfaci old. He rigs are not %  II it which saer dehe in :.'. abies. Suckk. act which Jppens anything i s m rath. As becomes more ^d mor*: .. : the parts of own I every object Irh.-n his :• These are his /-' quaint himin which he dable because i pi ivided bin | %  %  :• %  satisfying P if he comes -e-cure and [ king betbe child. ..::le baby %  or so, is not : .. as he telling %  etting %  n t feel safe :. ._ ugh i -.. f mg. ai E : -•• %  up :humb By this time. have been D by their n give up M pride be among their more out<.iess need to ml rts. ees a child KS his thumb. •:ng habit discarded: or renews this nabit long after it had been discarded. In such cases, parents will do well by themselves and their children to evaluate the situation and to iron out whatever ,. s are causing this behavior in the child. Is your child bored^ D have enough toys, and enough stimulation? Does he feel lonelv frightened, deserted? Has th< been a new addition to the famly —a baby brother or sister—who inadvertently is depriving him of the attention, love and af: i to which he has ordinanlv been accustomed? Is he being pushed beyond his physical and mental capacity? Are compar.sons being made between him and othei dren to his disadvantage 0 I being ridiculed, shamed or left out in his relationship to other members : the family? D have sufficient pi play space? Most parents who have chi! that suck their thumbs a: ly subjected to emban i ridicule by • neighbor1 to naggir.. nt or any %  •..-•.-: i on the problem just beca • someone elsshould be made I baric devices are used to habit—such nts, guards or disagree^ lications are applied to the fingers— usually without any Under ordinal tances, parents can offer necessary help in overcor habit uld bear in : 'a few simple reminders: 1. Thumbsucking I due to willfulni -but, is rather, an expression of need in the ch. 2. Parents should not be panicked by.their friends or neighbors into using direct and stern methods of curbing this ha I They should not use restraints or medications on the child. N r should they punish, scold, coax bribe or threaten the child. 3. Dentists state that thumbsucking can affect the shape of the teeth and the jaw. but effect is not permanent In cases, the jaw comes back to normal posil n % %  • %  • r. thumbsucking ceases. 4. Look about you! %  % %  the may be turbing the child at school oi Try to remov %  T. y to find the i I p'.ete surve; ing pet' : 26th Anniversary CUSTOM TAILOR 26 Years of Service to the World's Most Distinctive Clientele 1104 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 More \ a in MI For Citizen* Awards ; : -• %  %  %  %  M Vicar, asDade : of Public InstrucI '•'•' man of 1950. %  %  %  '•' %  i because of hei better underill people tion I human programs in Dade C iinfy scho Judge Beck : -.ed for ...:3n. Other wen P : Offjc v,: • of the M C it R V ,.-._• :' Abess. Gillette, Shepard B Mrs David D. Polla k M : %  • a I C M Gay ill %  not m ami : for n nation "u %  • illy in 3.;.:: nt F %  29. En1 %  ; I M "... 45 N E Citizen BuildM uni. B'n B'rith, nnu I %  -.-, r ea f "The Receive LL B. At 64 PHILADELPHIA JTA — st award last week for Btr. %  age of 64. was admitted to te 3^r nly a : I and p Uege entrance .. %  .. %  i by '-' n r. his : Hebrew School Plans Purim Fete annual Purin the Miami Hebi ind I Sun iau n a. :rom dif: app person. All proceeds support the Hebn Surid Presenting KAYTA DELflKOWA &FRE0 BERK intematUM My Ft .'•-••• TuoNdav. Manh 20th. at 8::W P.M. Miami Municipal Auditorium 320 N.E. 5th Street General Admission SI.25 Patron Tickets E5.00 Tickets May be Obtained at Zionist Youth Commission, Room 206, 235 Lincoln Rd. Mcguli's—425 41st Street. Miami Beach Steadman's Music House—Coral Gables 2339 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Moray's Jewelry Store—141 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Sponsored by Greater Miami Units of Junior Hadassah and the University of Miami Chapter of I. Z. F. A. HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sundav. 10:30 A.M. .—a— Mt. Nebo Cemetery 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-3201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEL Exec. Vice-President S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington AT*. Miami Beach Between Fourth end Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies Fcr Synagogues and Priraie Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 i (pompldk am/ jbepew&il-Ze oTi/fe Senrice M IAMI TITUE & OktractCa 25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE DADE COOtTTT ESCROWS AESTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Tii.e Insurance Policies of Kansas Ci:y Tille Insurance Co. C:r te Reset r 124 SKORELAND ARCADE [ONE 9-1392 f^ WBV^JSS ** Sir -WALLPAPERlur U ost Selection of Domestic Wallpaper in the South More Than 600 Patterns in Stock! WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS, Inc. Lilyan Cortez Showroom. Decorative Arts Studio 3933 BISCAYNE BLVD. — Ph. 94122 — •A Savings Institution Conveniently Located in the Heart of Downtown Miami' Now.., IS THE TIME to Save ALL YOU CAN! The uncertainties in a chonging world moke H imperative for us to THINK ahead. It is the people who SAVE a part of all they earn today who have the advantages tomorrow. A savings account will help you face the future withconfidence. Open an Insured DADE FEDERAL Savings Account for every member of your family NOW I AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI JOSCm KUPTO*. hi I ii MAIN OFFICE: 45 N. E. RRST AVENUE AUAfATTAM StANCM i 134 M. W. 34* STSHT RESOURCES EXCEED S29JOO.0O0.00 S o i f At g w S1S.SW fcr 11 mmd li. lanv *ESE*VES EXCEED $2,000,000.00



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    y-pmav MARCH 16, 1951 ^Jenisfirirrirl^ Education Bureau \ames Committees I the Bureau of „, have been anMax Meisel, presithe constitution Si I that instrue are Louis Hei; Harold Sha, [rs Seymour Liebman i Ell. The commitpoasibilities of ,!1 schools is headed \ G icd'.nan and includes Shapoff. Ben Zion GinsbeV'e and Ehiel Lesowoder. assistance committee to "9 ""' applications for Scholarships and allot transporta•on funds includes Joseph Duntov, chairman; Dr. M. J. Glick, j)r David Andron. Norman Rossman. Eli Hurwitz, Israel Shapoff, Ehiel Lesowoder, Steven Simon ind Rabb; Israel Shoulson. The nominations committee includes Rabbi Leon Kronish. chairman; Eli Hurwitz, I. R. Goodman, Pr. H. Queen and Harry Simonhoft. The education committee conrabbis and educars of local schools MarcB 15. at 10:30 fice of the bureau I Passover unit A pi sored by the bu..il committee of H I i will : i] m a co %  pers inalities :'. 3 rid 4. The :i to function Plans Being Made For Center Mass Meeting Ida P ip trary chairman tivities commit. Jewish Cornannounced that ing formulated llor a : eeting of women membi'renter to be held : thi xl two weeks. While details have not been [completed. Mrs. Forer stated that l".he present plans call for a dessert I luncheon meeting at which the Ipu.-poses of ".he new women's Ffi.-oup will be explained. There will be an exhibit of center acidities. "A GOOD NAMfc is more to be treasured than richea." Proverb: GORDON FUNERAL r~ HOME — SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES Flaglcr-laranada IMaiiK IVsiival Flagler-Qranada Jew munity C nt. r Sunday :1 hold a Purim test %  Sunday. March 18, at 7 p the center. Highlight of the affair will be the pn of tl "Queen I Members of the drama group, un H Marks, will otter a skit, enti "Purim Pinocchio." Part will be Ben Clein. Raj Levine. Herman Marks. Mrs. U Rothstein and Mrs. Paul Marks. Also slated to perform is the Hebrew school chorus under the i direction of Leo Heim. Elaine Newman and Stephen Edwards have been choosen by the Sunday school to rule over the affair as king and queen. I Pages will be Rhonda Shankman I and Herbie Meyer. All students will be attired in costume. PAGE 5 A Council Women To Hold Card Contest fiiS'JS 8 years the na !" GORDON has been associated with serv.ee to Gr ter Mian,, Jew.sh causes J" >'ur time of need let he 'P you as we have on for other gratefufamilies GORDON 71 S.W. I2th Avenua Phon. ^-3431 or 9-1436 /• I AHERN funeral Director Plans are nearing completion Friday, March 23. Council Card Contest," this • I for '. %  %  i n, ac-" i imbers of' >t the council d an invitation to attend a luncheon and card party at the home of a hostess in her neighborhood. Several week membi .tted cards to urge them to begin saving quarters to accumulate the five dollars which will entitle them to luncheon. The money also ; serves as their 1951 pledge to support all council projects. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is chairman of the event. Standards for determining scores for the various card games are being established, and the Mi; ami Section's "best card player" %  will be awarded a trophy which will be presented at the next council meeting. A second prize will be awarded to the runni North Shore Units Will Hold Social Academy Student To Receive Scholarship A t iip in dra ii Mi imi will be • at the Beach's Dramatic Academy. The drama award :s for a full in dramatics at the university. mgements for the scholarship were made by Lillian Fox and Ruth E. Foreman, co-directors of the Dramatic Academy, in cooperation with the un drama department. Fred Koch and Sam Hirsch of the drama department will be among the judges who will select the winner. Plans are being made to have eight participants for the award next year, according to the Dramatic Academy's directors. A "fun night" and social fing Edr; \ :nan. radio comand disc jockey, will be |sponsored b L 'Ige and v. of E'nai B'nth on M n la % %  ". 10. at 8:15 p.m. I C .hen. progi am :i f )• the I % %  •:. a:i for va lists 1 pp ^ quiz .'.ith prizes for the wil will be conducted by Newman. Official election for 1951-52 officers for the lodge will be held and the women's chapter will present a slate of candidates for the coming year. Assisting MrCohen with arrangements will be Melvin Pazol, lodge program chairman. Leo Steinman and the Mesdames Aaron Tubin. Aaron Kelman and George Kimmel. Presidents Mrs. Bernard Hoffman and Leonard Tobin will preside at the brief business sei preceding the program. All Cream Cheese is TASTE We MFEREHCE! CREAMIER... SMOOTHER... RICHER... ss^pffFEmce/ NEW HANDIER SHAPE MORE ECONOMICAL SIZE!_^-^ %  > m.mm CREAM CHEESE BARS At oil Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 153 NX* 29th Si. Phone 82-4731