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

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

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

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I^mT^TWmBER 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
What Do Israel Citizens Think of Officials Mass Exodus of Terroriied Iraqi Jews
Leads UJA To Launch Drive For Cash
By BORIS SMOLAR
\piRT\ERfWlP TALKS:
I The Isra< 1 government appears to be cold shouldering the
IrMiue-' rican zionist lead*" 'or "partnership" in the form
Inf a chut. : the World Zionist Organization The proposal for
lieh a charti r was worked out in New York at a private meeting
*, D. >S of all Zionist groups The meeting formulated
Ifour major
anda which, the American Zionists want embodied in
the chart.".' to be granted by the state of Israel ... 1. No other public
' .1. m countries outside of Israel wishing to operate in
rganizat
j .*< ..ltted to do so without the prior consent of the
[., utive ... 2. The World Zionist executive shall be
'^ to EL|. including fundsshall be exempt from taxa-
tjgn 0i j .3. The World Zionist executive should have the
raht to sul n to the Israeli Parliament various suggestions con-
juring "; m Israel, including suggestions for the initia-
tion 0; ; n deemed helpful to these operations ... 4. In case
misund 's develop between the World Zionist executive
ijnd (he I B ivernment affecting the rights of the WZO. the
gupremi : "he State of Israel shall have final jurisdiction
Tb 'an Zionist leaders wish to have the matter of the
charte: I rior to the World Zionist Congress However.
it see" brae] there is not much enthusiasm for the project.
ISRAEL SENTIMENTS:
What a- the public in Israel think of the government officials?
... A local Gallup Poll was taken in Israel on this subject, and the
findings show that one out of three adults has no clear opinion on
the matter On the other hand, one-third of the population has
a negative, and the other third a positive attitude towards Israel's
officialdom The more contact a person has had with government
offices, the more extreme his opinionwhether favorable or un-
favorable The Post Office was found most popular, with 64
percent of the population declaring themselves favorably inclined
towards the postal officials The Rehabilitation Department of
the Defense Ministry came in for the greatest amount of criticism
This office helps to re-establish veterans in civilian life by
Obtaining loans, housing and employment for them And it can-
ot fulfill every applicant's wishes immediately or completely, thus
causing hard feelings The Supply and Rationing Department
roved popular with 52 percent of the population and unpopular with
3 percent, while five percent expressed no opinion.
NC1EKT HISTORY:
If any proof is needed to substantiate the argument that most
istorian* are not as impartial as they claim o be. such proof is
w being p: vided by Prof. Philip K. Hitti in his "History of
rria" just published by MacMillan Prof. Hitti, a native of
banon who has been an American citizen for more than 30 years,
known .'or his anti-Zionist views However, it is remarkable
OW far he goes in his bookwhich claims to be a book of history
ieliberately to minimize the part which the Hebrew people played
Sn ancient Pali stine Not only do his facts contradict those of the
pible, but he goes as far as to completely dismiss the Bible as it is
iccepted ever, by the Christian world Hebrew writers, he says,
|were Dot intent to start Hebrew history with Abraham, the an-
stor of the Hebrew people, so they stretched the story of man and
ketched the beginning of the creation ... In this, he asserts.
hey dr i ;al from Babylonian sources ... In the hands of
ihese Hebn .-. .enters, however, these Babylonian storieshe stresses
H^re mplified, moralized and then expressed in such
beautiful I rm that they became "a part of the literary heritage of
mankind" The pre-Patriarchial history, as presented in the
Bible, [, Hitti no history at all He even doubts the
Buthent. the facts presented in Patriarchal narrative of the
P'bje contribution to the world, he is even more extreme
Wins Ex >dus And he comes to the conclusion that a
good part I the Jewish history in the period of the Judges was
Mhin.- product of "imaginative Hebrew story-tellers" .
"<} Ju-' xt.-eme in his partiality jn trying to deny that the
Blble mtribution to the world, he is even more extreme
n ttu : in depicting Syria as occupying "a unique place
'! impart... ; rs?
NEW YORK, (SpecialA panic stricken mews exodus to "
Israel cf Jews from Iraq has confronted the Jewish State with
the most severe immigration crisis in its history, David Horowitz
director general of Israel's Ministry of Finance, reported to an
extraordinary session of United Jewish Appeal leaders here
who. in irr.rr.od::te response, voted------------------------------------------------
to lau-.< h ;< ,
drive
f a sen. moves F' Pr0~
to effect the full rescue in Ul to enlarge a
next 70 days.
Mr. Horowitz, who gave hi
port 'March 161 t) the UJA's
i\
ti
"Salvat A I !1 shuttling
- an 1.200 Jews daily from
National ~CampVigr.'Cabinet" four Baghdad capital of Iraq! to Lyd-
hours after landing in New V rk -; taaeL
from Jerusalem, is second ir. com- The new immigration crisis
to EliezeY Kaplan, Israel'! comes at a time when Israel'*
Minister of Finance. resources are already strained
He indicated that the movement from the effort to cope with
to Isreal in recent days of Iraqi
Jews has ceased to be a process
of emigration arxi has instead be-
come an exodus.
difficulties arising out of the
entry in the last three years of
more than 500.000 Jews.
Mr. Horowitz told the Cabinet
The Israel government official members that Israel will continue
told the Campaign Cabinet that its historic immigration program,
the future of the Jews of Iraq especially at this critical time.
will be decided mainly by Amen- but that to succeed the Jewish'
can Jews within the next 70 State must have the full support,
daysbefore the May 31st dead- of American jews through the
; line. United Jewish Appeal.
Controversy Looms Over FDR Letter
A nationwide controversy loomed this week on the heels
of publication in the Hearst chain of newspapers of an "ultra-
secret" letter allegedly written by the late Franklin D. Roosevelt
: to the leader of a national Jewish organization in which FDR,
according to the article, "offered to share world power in
| 1943 with Stalin."
The State Department and the
United States Embassy in Paris
immediately branded the "letter"
as a forgery. The dubious docu-
ment, published originally in the
memoirs of Jose Doussinage. war-' articies m question are libelous."
the chain papers carrying the
front-page series.
"There is no doubt." a spokes-
man for Young Israel tcld the
American Jewish Press, 'that the
time political director of the
Franco Spain Foreign Office and
now Spanish Ambassador to Chile.
In the meantime, the spokes-
man said, no attempt was made
, to check the authenticity cf the
served as the basis of a current ,eUer f ^ publlcalIon in tne
series of anti-Roosevelt, pro- United States_
premier Rejects Silver
I TEL AVIV, (JTA) Premier!
"avid Ben Gunon has rejecated a !
proposal-purportedly backed by j
|ls-aer ,dor in the United .
|,tes anthat Dr. Abba j
Hillel Silver, leading American.
^lonist. be invited to Israel as
I "e official guest of the govern-
ment, the General Zionist news-
paper Haaretz reported.
I The paper said that Mr. Ben
Itjunon based his opposition on
K.tS0nvention that Dr. Silver
ff 0t rome to ^rael as a
IktTk Ame!-i"an General Zion-
lcLtU, a-.; sP"kesrr.an for those
fc1 Z'onista who conduct
|f';E' activities both!
l&im, fi ''nd abroad- Haaretz'
Silver / n th" invittion to Dr.
e'l % '" come Qa?m ^e Gen-
alZ^^ Party in Israel.
|\S. Studies Claims
CrtnHI.N1GTON'(JrA)-State!
this u-n i rePara*'ons expects
note .w rad under stndy the
Ije stated by the GoVern-
Wwo in r*el cla,min H.5W.-
anvV2 reParato from Gr-
his rit calling for inclusion of
hwhoST onthe "Ienda of the
*BSng Council *Tonign
Terror Reign
Reported In Iraq
TEL AVIV, (JTA)From be-
hind the iron curtain of censor-
ship this week, panic-stricken
Jewish immigrants arriving at
Lydda Airport brought news of a
new reign of terror imposed on
the Jews of Iraq.
The Iraq government had an-
nounced that it was -sequester-
ing" the property of Jews regis-
tered for emigration to Israel but
it permitted no word to go out
from Bagdad as to how his de-
cision was being enforced or of the
repressive measures being used to
despoil the country's remaining
Jews. This information carre from
the harassed, robbed and fright-
ened Jews brought to Israel by
Operation Ali Babathe airlift
organized by the Jewish Agency
to transfer the remaining Jews
who had registered for cmigraUon
to Israel. _. _
For apart from the sequestering
of Jewish poreptryJewish bank
deposits and property seized was
estimated this week to amount
to $44,000.000it became clear
that the lives of the Jews in Iraq
were being imperilled by mob
action.
Franco articles in the Hearst
chain.
The series, reprinted from the
French daily -Figaro." includes
mention of a letterthe original
of the letter has never been pro-
ducedallegedly written by FDR
to the late Jacob O. Zabronsky,
former president of the National
Council of Young Israel, in which
FDR is pictured as asking Zabron-
sky to act as his intermediary
with Stalin and to offer the Rus-
sian dictator a series of large-
scale concessions including a free
hand "in the little countries of
Eastern Europe." a seaport in the
Mediterranean and other conces-
sions.
In the same letter Roosevelt is
quoted as thanking Zabronsky for
"the generous terms of the mes-
sage which informed me of your
decision to offer me. in the name
of the National Council, a copy
of that which is the greatest treas-
ure of Israel: A Scroll of the
Torah."
A check by the American Jew-
ish Press disclosed that although
FDR did write a letter to Za-
bronskv, the message was penned
m 1932not 1943and contained
no mention of an offer to Stalin
Zabronsky ceased to be president
of the Jewish organization in 1939.
four years before the alleged let-
ter was penned.
Adding further doubt to the
letter's authenticity. Zabronsky.
who died in 1948 prior to dis-
closure of the FDR letter, is de-
picted as an emissary between the
late FDR and Stalin. The fact is
that he never left the United
States, was a public accountant
and showed no mterest in poli-
Following publication of the
alleged letter, the National Coun-
cil of Young Israel announced its
intention to take legal action
against one of the lead Hearst pa-
pers in the United States, the New
York Journal-American, one of
Jewish State Greets
Exiles Of Babylon
JERUSALEM. (JTAThe Is-
rael rrr. all
powers maintaining fr. .la-
th Iraq of the treatment of
Jews in that country. Foreign
Minister M she Share" told the
Knesset this week.
He told the house that the gov-
ernment warmly greeted
cx.les of Babylon" now return-
ing to Israel. A total of 104.000
Iraqi Jews had registered for
transfer to the Jewish, state, he
said, of whom 40.000 had already
been transferred, leaving 64,00")
awaiting transportation.
The government, Sharett de-
l clared. is making every effort to
increase the present rate of emi-
gration so as to clear all the Jews
> registered for emigration out of
' Iraq before the end of May. He
; said that the Jews in Iraq are
I at the point of starvation. The un-
I migrants arriving from Bagdad,
he reported, come hur-gry and ex-
! hausted.
Arrangements to step up the
' Bagdad-Lvdda airlift were corr.-
Ipleted this week. With planes
shuttling from Bagdad to Lydda
Airport three times daily, it is
1 expected that the airlift will move
1.000 refugees a day. At that rate,
it is expected, the operation can
be completed before the end of
May provided that there are no
further interruptions such, as oc-
cured last week. Airlift planes
were grounded for 19 hours
order of the Iraqi authouties. No
explanation was giver.
v*
CJA Pledges Go Over Million
The 1951 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal Monday passed the million
dollar mark on the march to its
goal of $1,470,570.
At a report luncheon held at
the Lincoln Manor Restaurant.
Abe Kurman and Harry Koretzky.
working as a team in the hotel
unit, were awarded a special
milestone citation.
It was the most dramatic mo-
ment of the entire campaign when
the campaigners arrived atand
passedthe million dollar mark.
The meeting had opened with
S886.532 in pledges. Before it was
over, the workers turned in
SI 14.746. bringing the present
total to $1,001,273.
Campaign units reported the
following: hotel. David Levtnson.
chairman. $15,840; trades. Aaron
Kanner. chairman. $76,597; winter
residents. Jack Ablin. chairman.
So.551; women. Mrs. Louis Glasser.
chairman. $7,250: metropolitan,
Fred Shochet. chairman. $9,508.
Samuel Friedland, champaign
chairman! presided. Rabbi Max
Shapiro urged the workers "to
read the accounts in the news-
papers which report that the 54.000
Jews remaining in Iraq are in
jeopardy of their lives and this
news should make you redouble
your efforts in behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal."
A campaign cabinet meeting
was held at the office of Cam-
paign Chairman Friedland Wed-
nesday at noon.
The S469.000 which we have
to raise to meet our goal may
seem tremendous," Friedland told
his brain-trust, "but we can. ac-
complish, this task if every worker
makes it his solemn obligation to
cover every pledge card in his
session. We are on the thres-
hold of success. What each worker
does between now and April I.
when the campaign is scheduled
to close, will tell the story '
On Wednesday night at the
Miami Beach Athletic Club the
restaurant division of the appeal
sponsored a testimonial buffet
supper in honor of Louis Shapiro,
prominent New York attorney of
the restaurant industry.
Irwin Kass and Sid Poller were
co-chairrr.en of the event. On
..- committee were Sholem
Altschiller, Donald Drinkhouse.
Al Goldman. Sol Goldworm. Joe
Hart. Charles Greenberg. Morris
Himraelstein, Arthur Horov.
Irving B. Kaplan. Morris Lemer.
Boris Pritcher. Barney Rosent.-.-.'..
Seymour Satin. Sam Schwartz.
A fund raising meeting was
conducted at Monticello Park
Congregation Wednesday night.
Fred K. Shochet, chairman n
ropolitan unit of the campaign,
presided.
Final function of the women's
gift unit was a Purirr. brunch on
Thursday. March 22. at 11:30 a.m.
at the Miami Beach Athletic Club.
Co-chairmen for the brunch
were Mesdarr.es Mathilda Rat
David Harris, Emanuel Karger
and Morris Kogan.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom was guest speaker.
A special Purim playlet, writ-
ten by Mrs. William Wimkman,
was presented.
Paticipants were Mesdames
Wickman. Geri Mechlowitz, Alex-
! ander Robbins. Melvin Weinkle,
Emanuel Karger, Miss Carol
! Washer and Harold Shapiro.
Final report meeting is sceduled
| for Monday. March 26. at 8 p.m.
at Temple Israel.


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Reception Planned
For Noted Rabbi
Rabbi Max Kirshblum, execu-
tive vice president of the Miz-
rachi Organization of America
. isory-mei the Jev
cre-
of the American Zioi
rgency Council, will be
honored at a reception Tuesday.
h 2:. at 8 p.m. at Congrega-
n Beth Jacob. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Kirshblum who has just
completed a five week '.jur
through the cou: :'. ibbi
judah Maimon.
ns of Israel, recer. 1 ned
is tenl
is an authority life as
Auxiliary Elections Set
Mrs. Benjamin Appci DmM. ,
of the Miami Beach Wn'6"1
Auxiliary to the Jew.sh fijg
the Aged has named Mrs Iv!
Frankel as chairman of the nZ
mating committee, which vJi,i
present a slate of officers an'!
board members for the .
term at the regular meeting 1
group on Tuesday. March 21
1 p.m. at the Town and Beach
Beach. Cln Radl Mla'S
Election of officers and board
members will take place ut \C
next regular meeting.
Associated Photo
Mayors of Greater Miami have proclaimed Thursday. March 29. as "Outstanding Citizen's Day."
Shown meeting with Joseph M. Lipton. president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
tion of Miami, sponsor of the awards, (center) are: (1. to r.) Joseph A. Rayvis, of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, orioinators of the fourth annual civic project: Mayor William Wolfarth, Lipton. Mayor
Keith Phillips of Coral Gables and Mayor Peler R. Palermo of West Miami. Winners will be an-
nounced a: a city wide rally on Thursday. March 23. at 8:15 p.m. at Bayfronl Park._________________
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.Scheduled For Sunday
:' a monument
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... take place Sun-
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Cardiac Home Chapter
To Meet Wednesday
Dade Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will
meet Wednesday. March 28. at
1:30 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel.
A review of the donor luncheon
will be given and a social hour
will follow.
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs.
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A Golden Age Group has been
formed at the Flagler-Granada
ih Community Center, ac-
c irding to an announcement by
Mrs. Meyer, leisure time commit-
tee chairman, and Phil Seligman,
executive director.
Serving as chairman of the
new group are Ben Jonas and Abe
Boxerman of the Jewish Centers
Association staff.
Over 30 persons attended the
first meeting at which Mrs. Rose
Shlivek. recording secretary of
the Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Miami Jewish Community
Center, spoke.
A committee to prepare for
future meetings of the group was
organized. Members include the
Mesdames Kesaler, Dermer. Feld-
man. Wisotsky. Teiger, Goldsmith
and Mr. Gordon and Mr. Issen-
berg.
Meetings of the group will be
held on alternate Tuesday eve-
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EDITORIAL
Mordeeais
The belated Purim that we celebrate this year
reminds us of one Jew, Mordecci, who thousands
of years ago together with his relative. Queen
Esther, saved the Jews of Persia from destruction
by the evil-minded Haman. It is well that we
remember what one or two Jews can sometimes
acccmplish for the welfare of their people.
During the past three years, however, ever
since the Jewish state came into being, it has
been this state of Israel that has collectively
assumed the role of Mordecai and Esther in sav-
ing Jews from annihilation not in one, but in many
lands. By giving Jews the opportunity to emigrate
from hate infested European and Arabic countries,
it has revived their spirit and their hopes for a
decent life for themselves and their children.
Right new the Jewish state is in the midst of its
inspiring task of rescuing the hundred thousand
persecuted Jews of Irag, so close geographically
to the Persia of the Mordecai-Esther-Haman story.
More than a million Jews, citizens of the Jewish
state, are celebrating the Purim of old by under-
taking their own kind of Purim task, that of
salvaging Jewish victims of persecution and hate.
As we celebrate Purim this year it is important
that we here in America bear this in mind, parti-
cularly in connection with the size of our con-
tribution to the Combined Jewish Appeal. For by
contributing as generously as possible to the
C.J.A. this year we, too, can join with the Jews
of Israel in this great new Purim undertaking. We,
too, can join with the Jews of Greater Miami in
keeping our local institutions functioning. We,
too, can assume part of the burden, the carrying
ATTENTION UNCLE SAM!
of which will make the celebration of the old
Purim all the more real and vifal and significant
in our lives.
i urruina Favor
In the struggle that is now raging between We
and East, between political democracy and Co
munism, for the soul of the German people anri
of European peoples generally, American Jewish
organizations, staunchly loyal to Western ideal
of democracy, have let their voice be heard JS
protesting the commutation of the sentences of 89
Nazi war criminals through the National Com
munity Relations Advisory Council, they have
sounded a warning note to American, and oer
haps other Western, governmental leaders.
The United States, they said in a letter to
Secretary of State Acheson, "cannot safely codv
the Soviet Union's technique cf currying a favor
with former Nazi leaders." The commutation o!
these sentences and the return of the Krupp in.
dustrialists to positions of power, it declared, "can-
not but alarm our allies among the democratic
nations of Western Europe and among the parti-
sans of democracy in the countries behind the
Iron Curtain" and cannot be considered an en-
couragement to democratic elements in Germanv
itself. '
That these commutations were intended to
placate the Nazi elements that are still strong in
Germany in the effort to make Western Germany
"a bulwark against the real threat of Soviet aq-
gression" is obvious. But, as the Jewish letter
to Acheson warned, such a policy of expediency
does not "accomplish its purpose and usually
leads to other evils."
Western democracy, if it is not to lose its own
soul in the struggle with Communism and totali.
traianism, cannot afford to coddle a Fascist totali.
tarianism whether in Germany or in Spain or
elsewhere.
Siviiin ll.iloi.ili
Set For April :i
Dedication of a Sefer Torah to
be presented to the Hebrew Aca-
demy by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M.
Grundwerg will be held Tuesdav.
April 3. at 8 p.m. at the academv
auditorium. 918 6th St., Miami
Beach.
This is the second scroll to be
presented to the academy by
Grundwerg, a vice president of
the school and one of its founders.
The rabbis of the various con-
gregations and the leaders of the
Jewish community will partici-
pate in the ceremony. Among the
speakers to address the affair will
be Dr. David S. Andron. academv
president, and Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross, principal.
Musical selections will be pre-
sented by Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches. The academy chorus will
also sing Hebrew" melodies ap-
propriate for the occasion, accom-
panied by Joseph Schreibman at
the piano.
Young Zionists To
Hear Mortimer May
Mortimer May. national vice
president of the Zionist Organiza-
j tion of America and honorary life
i president of the Southeastern re-
gion, will be guest speaker at the
next meeting of the Miami Young
I Zionists on Thursday, March 29,
! at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish
' Community Center it is an-
: nounced by Don Schrager presi-
dent.
May, who has made several
trips to Israel, will report on his
j visits to the new Jewish state.
Dancing will follow the meet-
1 ing.
Roth Fl Tft Hnnnr I North Shore Women I Brandman Unveiling
DC III LI IU IIUIIUI !i_x. t_ n. The dedication of
Palmer At Dinner
Peretz School To Hold
Purim Party, Concert
The Workmen's Circle Y L
Peretz School of Miami Beach
will hold a Purim party and con-
cert Sunday, March 25, I I
p.m. at the Lyceum. 25 Washing-
t in Ave Mian Bi ach.
Joseph Weinberg, veteran
member and former president of
the Workmen's Circle will be
honor. H. Novack, man-
aging editor of Zukunft will par-
ticipate. A representative of the
Bureau of Jewish Education will
be present. The school children
under the leadership of their
ii r, L. Lasavan. will p
a program and songs
: the Purim
val. Jacob Goldring. can;
Miami Beach Jewish Center, will
be soloist and will also lead com-
munity singing.
A Purim dinner prepared by
the Women's Club of Branch 692
will be served.
Sisterhood Plans
Monthly Luncheon
The Sisterhood of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will hold its
monthly luncheon and card party
on Wednesday. March 28, at 1
p.m. at the center.
Mrs. Sam Goodman and Mrs.
William Pallot are co-chairmen of
the affair. Also serving on the
committee are the Mesdames Mil-
ton Wasman, Sol Halpert. Theo-
dore Wayne. Morris Marmorstein.
Dave Davis. Ben Trupkin. Al
Rich. Nathan Strauss, Svlvia
Greene and M. Keller.
Reservations must be made in
advance by calling 87-7493 or
48-4081.
"Jotham Valley" Set
For 5-Day Run At
Dade Auditorium
"Jotham Valley," musical play
of the West, will make theatrical
history in Miami this month by
moving directly from Broadwav
to the new Dade County Audi-
torium.
The original New York cast of
55 featuies Leland Holland, of
California, whose baritone voice
hus pleased audiences in two con-
tinents, as 'Joth" Jotham. and
II.-ne Godfrey, another California,
who has won high praise in her
first stellar role as "Joth's" wife,
Jennifer.
Cecil Broadhurst. who wrote
the book and lyrics, brings his
own experience of punching cat-
tle to his portrayal of the ranch
foreman "Spindle."
, The music is orchestrated by
i Dr. Will Reed, who will conduct
hire.
"Jotham Valley" will be given
ive days only, Thursday and
Saturday, March 29 and 31*. and
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
j April 2. 3 and 4. Mail orders for
| seats popularly priced from $1
I to S2.50 in the orchestra, $1 to
i $1.99 in the mezzanine, and 75c
in the balcony are now being re-
ceived at the Dade County Audi-
torium box office. There will be
special rates for students
Congregation Beth El will
tender a testimonial dinner in
honor of its president, Sidney H.
Palmer, on Sunday, March 25, at
6 p.m. at Dora August Memorial
Hall of the synagogue.
Palmer, who is serving his
fourth consecutive term as presi-
dent of the congregation, is ex-
ecutive vice president of the
Greater Miami Cemetery Associa-
! tion. He is a member of the board
of directors of Congregation Beth
David, Congregation Beth Jacob
and the Miami Jewish Community
Center. He served as president
of Congregation Beth David for
1 four and a half years, is past
Slate Barn Dance
Sisterhood of the North Shore
Jewish Center will hold an "Old
Fashioned Barn Dance" at the
Miami Beach Y on Saturday,
March 24. at 8:30 p.m., according
to Mrs. Allen Acker, chairman of
the event.
Board members will serve as
hostesses and Mrs. Frank Brisk-
man and Mrs. Molly Rosenthal
are in charge of tickets.
Games will be played and
prizes will be awarded for the
best hill-billy costumes.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
center's education department.
Temple Israel Club
Will Honor Morris
A testimonial meeting Wednes-
day, March 28, at 8 p.m. in Kaplan
Hall to honor Hon. Joe N. Morris,
recently appointed Circuit Judge
of Dade County, has been an-
nounced by the Men's Club of
Temple Israel.
The moot court competition of
4he University of Miami Law
School will argue the case of
"Civil Liberties and the Right of
Free Speech." The student council
will include Robert McDaniel,
Herman Bretan. George Nathan-
son, Richard Rodgers, Eugene
Tannenbaum and Olive May
Bean.
Judges will be Hon. Paul D.
Barnes, professor of law and
former Justice of Florida Supreme
Court; Hon. William A. Herin,
Circuit Judge; and presiding.
Hon. Joe N. Morris.
Herbert E. Kaufman, program
chairman, announced that re-
freshments will be served
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Fred
Brandman, formerly of 271 S.W.
30th Road, will take place Sun-
day March 25 at 3 p.m. at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Brandman is
survived by his widow, Mrs. Jane
Brandman; a daughter, Mrs. Jean
Snyder, of Philadelphia; a sister,
Mrs. Jean Raab, Miami Beach,
and another sister of New York,
Mrs. Rae Biehl; also a brother,
Morris, of Philadelphia. Arrange-
ments are in charge of Thurmcud
Monument Company. Friends ani
relatives are asked to be present
Rabbi Lehrman
Banquet Speaker
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be
featured speaker at the annual
banquet of the Greater Miami He-
brew Teachers Association to be
held on Sunday, March 25, at 8
p.m. at the Victor Hotel, accord-
ing to Louis Gadon, president.
Louis Heiman, Miami attorney,
will serve as toastmaster
In connection with the banquet.
a souvenir program journal has
been prepared. Gadon said.
Reservations mav be made by
calling 2-8827, 2-6038 or 9-5829.
Col. Dunbaugh To Speak
At Center Film Forum
Tenth and last of the series of
film forums sponsored by the Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center
will take place Tuesdav. March
27, at 8:30 p.m.. according to an
! announcement by Mrs. Samuel
Uertman, chairman of the film
forum comm:"'
tk Frk Dunba"gh. chairman
ifni. a ^!ami ChaPter of the
United Nations Association, will
e guest speaker and moderator in
conjunction with the presentation
of the film-This is the United
i nations.
Sidney H. Palmer
patron of Emunah Chapter, Order
of the Eastern Star and past
president of the Miami Avenue
, Merchants Association.
A 32nd Degree Mason. Palmer
is a member of Biscayne Lodge
of the Masons, a Shriner, Miami
Lodge of the Elks. Woodmen of
the World and Fraternal Order
of the Eagle. He is a lieutenant-
colonel on Gov. Fuller Warren's
tan
The dinner is being especially
catered by Pearl Gottesman, un-
der the supervision of Nathan
Gmsburg of the Strath Haven
Hotel.
i Morris Pepper is chairman of
the committee.
Puchkoff Memorial Meet
A memorial meeting for Pincus
Puchkoff. eminent Yiddish au-
thor. Hebraist and Zionist, will be
held by the Histadruth LTarbuth
Ivnth on Tuesday, March 27, at
8 p.m. in the Religious School
Building of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
Joshua Z. Stadlan will pre-
side.
Israeli Room Plans
Authentic Purim Fete
An authentic Israeli celebra-
tion of Purim will be held in the
Israeli Room of the Hotel Ramaz,
146 Washington Ave.. Miam:
Beach, on Sunday night, March
24- M
Included in the festivities will
be the hanging of Haman. the
coronation of Esther and Hebrew-
singing and dancing.
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I A meeting of Tamara Chapter
| Mizrachi Women is scheduled for
I Tuesday, March 27. at 8:30 p.m.
at the Ramaz Hotel. A new slate
of officers will be presented dur-
ing the business session of the
meeting.
Highlighting the program will
I urim skit entitled "Halt the
Music. Mrs. A. Louis Mech-
I'witz. president of the group,
will direct.
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pHnAV. MARCH 23, 1951
I oiiim il Women To Participate In
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h commemorates Es-
i girl who as queen
,1 her life to Bave
mil who as queen
p, ,1 her life tn Bave
,he Jewish people from suffer-
ing. Mrs uuiauuis auiu.
'The speakers will discuss the
traditional role of the Jewish
woman as a homemaker, friend
to the needy, and a giver of
strength to the entire commun-
ity," she continue. -Then they
will demonstrate how this Ira li-
tiortal t ile i p] i ; t!i,
program .if the National Council
of Jewish Women |] ex-
amine council's br.....I .
interests which include : Ji
cultural herita
tion, support of the U
tions, community welfa
to the foreign bo n
and sponsorship of the li
university's School of Edu
in Jerusalem."'
The Miami Section will be re-
presented by Mrs. Ginsbu
the Miami Beach Jewish Center:
Mrs. Leo Ackerman at Temple
Israel; Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz
at Temple Isaiah; Mrs. Louis
Lotterman at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center; Mrs. Harold Rand
at Congregation Beth David; Mrs.
Aaron Fan- at the North Shore
Jewish Center; and Mrs. Joseph
Fenias at Temple Beth Sholom.
Beriek Seeks
Council Seat
Morria (Moe) Berick, Miami
Beach attorney, has announced ,
his candidacy for the Beach city!
council, in the election to be held
day, June 5.
Bi ick, who is with the firm of
; 11 Shap 421 Li
; ticing law in
for eight years. He
rid in
;,,;- at 4:.ni Royal Palm
wife and
at the ( nivi
of Miami. A son, Frank, is at-
ng sen iol in Connecticut.
Although he formerly si
as judge of the Coroner's court in
Rhode Island for four years, this
is his first venture into politics
here.
Berick said he would campaign
as a completely independent can-
didate, owing allegiance to no
clique, special interest group or
"slate," and that his race would
be based largely on the premise
stands for complete law enforce-
ment, and if the laws are not sat-
isfactory he favors giving the peo-
ple a chance to express their will
at the polls. He sponsors an ag-
in for the better-
ment of this community "I will."
he added, "i xp] tin tor
full d< t iil as the
consent)
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lieve, i.. I do, that Mi in .
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want a change."
Furthermore, Berick said, he
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"Strictly Neighbors"
Bv HELEN ALPERT
"MADE HIS MARK:" '
Peak-point of the week for many was the Ludwig Lewiso.-.n lec-
ture at the M:anu Beach Jewish Center, sponsored by the Center
Mi s Club. As Al Stone put ;t. -Lewisohn has rr.ade his mark
- r.g the great of the world." The old master ade some marked
obsevlt. r.i to us, such a? bis own recognition that "few have been
reading me since about 1932." It will take a deal of galloping to
catch up. past "The Islar.d Within,'' s:n.e done his 31st
book.
More lecture-jottings: Pecple don't live in the same t
culturally they are not contemporaries The intellectual life of
mankind :kened to a pvr^~.j A: the broad base are those
ere from 1870 to 1900. At the very
.ho know this Is 1951 Have you ever looked
a Le| face? I would hate to let them loose on the
creation of a tradition
A: parent Lewisohn soul sj it loud: "Notl
any good t.\ kind -:' :'.a revcl-t.n .r.

A n Brand-: -
STORY-STUFF:
I one block in Chicafc H
It's also th. a telegr not :n St
t ; Atia-.::; Towers Hotel That's because
f Mi ad Mrs Philip J l:'--.: annual vacati
. jnusual pj tamir; E '' sons. Seymour and
usiness with f i
nts". Seymour and Mai
..-..-.. so that mc -
It's pretty aronderful, tee a family
r relationship :.-::.. busaatSB
family ties .
Bii: : i v. ill be int......a --.-;-
P. Kassan, took a 1
Mrs. Kassan ani ended Jf Mian Bea for a few weeks' ita;
Their son, Edgar, advertising guy -.-..: imvea later ..
MORE VISITORS:
Honeymooners at the Bancroft Hotel the Arnold Ccwani and
she's a mighty striking brunette-with-bangs zr.Mde a beeline for
their Chicago neighbors, also here. Mrs. Irvirg Nudelznan and
daughter Marilyn. And it seemed as if Key West's Arnie Robinson
made a beeline for Marilyn. Arnie's stationed in Key West al the
submarine base, as electronics technician .
The Jack Kofoed of Cleveland. Mill Widder. is at the Biarritz
Villas with Dorothy Betly and Harvey Strauss are a lucky
couple. In apartments rear their own are their favorite uncle and
auntBrooklyn's Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shiftman, and cousins Dr.
and Mrs. Monroe Roth. With Ihe Shiffmar.s is daughter Judy.
fashion-designer. A stone's throw awaybut who's throwing
slcnes?is Mrs. Shiftman's sister. Mrs. Evelyn Brambier .
House-guest of young Eliot Kleiman is his cousin from River-
side. Steve Kleid .
YOU SHOULD SEE:
'-' I .2est show
- petual bantei 's going to get
the ticket conct sessions packed
I Baron de Hirsch Meyer Harry
s C hen ; pier for :-. City Planning Board .
A. J KaplanSol S.d SteinerMurray Franklin
rsNat Earner of the Clevelander Hotel.Heavy sub-
chamber of Commerce should not" get a
hunk : ity Ian 1 ..
Groundwork for the Purim brunch held Thursday, March 22. at the Miami Beach Athletic Club,
completed by (seated, L to r.) Mesdames A Frank Wellini. Lena Mintzes. Emanuel Karg, I
co-chairman of the event Louis Glasser. chairma n of the woman's gift unit Monte Selig, Celia
Kaye rd Harold Jalfar; (stancUng. L to r.) Mesdames Melvin Weinkle. Alexander Robbins, Ber-j
aard Goldberg. Leopold Schwartz, Louis Simon and Sidney Suss. Not pictured are Mrs. Matildi
Ratner and Mrs. David Harris, co-chairmen.
Florence- Lovinger
Weds Bruce Isaacs
The marriage of Miss Fl
L vinger to Bruce Herbert Isaacs
solemnized by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff at Phillis Kapp Dance
Studio on February 18 at 2 p. m.
The double-ring service was used.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lovinger.
2121 S. W. 6th Street. Mr. Isaacs'
parents are the Jack Isaacs of
Syracuse. N. Y.
Arthur Neuer, brother-in-law
of the bride, gave her in mar-
LUNCH-TIME:
Governor's C^: I s rr.ecca for the corr~-r.ur.itv-rr.inded. these
cay? Or maybe they're just hungry like everybody else Lurxh-
spot remarks at City Council hearings. Ain't red tape.e.-
Met ifins Red Cross luncheon on Friday was opportunil
Ber. Zion Ginsburg to talk so eloquently of the Miami Beach Jew.
Editor now of the new format of "Gold Coast News Maaaaine"
is Sara Beneckson NICE PEOPLE DEPARTMENT: Leonard
??' w. c'"1- 3Tatl,ude-n"te to all who helped, even minutelv.
S-I^J?u a? waUSt NEW IDEA: ""^ "Parents' Weekend-
planned by Alpha chapter of Sigma Delta Tau al Cornell to
ll^V P*"Bt* with \heir daughter's sorority associates. Kind*
STvt n Ch f yun9ft" bat thoughful of us old hags
len at nome. *
i
Mrs Bruce H. Isaacs
r:age. Mrs. Neuer was her
ter's matron of honor.
A reception at the studio
Manfred J. Berliner To Wed New York Girl,
Mr. and Mrs. Melville Morris of
New Y'ork announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Marilyn,
to Manfred J. Berliner, son of
Mrs. Celia L. Berliner. 541 S.W.
24th Road, and the late M. Jerome
Berliner.
The bride-elect graduated from
the High School of Music and
Art and holds an A.B. degree
from Hunter College. She is now
doing work at New York Uni-
versity towards an MA. degree
in education, as well as teaching
art at Junior High School No. 60
in the Bronx. Miss Morris is a
former student of the Traphagen
School of Fashion Design, and
while at college was president of
the Art Club and a member of
the Anthropology Club and House
Plan. She is related to Judge
Edward Lazansky, former pre-
siding justice of the Appellate
Division in Brooklyn.
A member of Hibiscus Lodge.
F. & A.M., Mr. Berliner has been
a resident of Miami for the past
11 years, practicing law in the
Miami area since his graduation
from the University of Miami
School of Law in June, 1949. He
was awarded his A.B. degree from
the same school in 1946.
He served in the Navy for three
years in World War II aboard
the U.S.S. Polaris in the Medi-
terranean, South American and
Pacific war theaters. While at the
University of Miami, he was a
member of Iron Arrow, the "M"
Club, the History Honors Society,
Phi Epsilon Pi social fraternity
! ernitv ",?*!, EpSiln Jegal frat- "Seating it every
ernity, and also served as presi- dav'" Rudv R
] dent of Lead 8c Ink. Theta Alpha Adfe.141020t.nSt.;
and sports editor of the! Miami Beach, Fla.
Marilyn Morns
NO CONSTIPATION
AFTER YEARS OF MISERY!
"For years I had been taking msn'
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One of many unso-
In tennis, Mr. Berliner was the licited letters from
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Mr and Mr? Sol Budner. 3440
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brated their 29th wedding anni-
versary Sunday with a theatre
party at the Music Circus.
Mr Budner is the South Florida
representative of Fisher Distrib-
uting Company. New york
Among the guests were their ',
children. Mr. and Mrs. Murray.
Budner of Miami: Al Budner and
hls. fancee. Marilyn Gastfriend
and her mother Mrs. Ruth Gast-
fnend of Coral Gables
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ramAY, MARCH 23, 1951
u
personally Speaking
The bris of Yehuda Mordecai Budner, son of Mr. and Mrs
rray Budner, was held at the home of his parents, 1954 s W
,2nd Terr., on Tuesday, March 20. Sandek was Mr. SUverman
sandek sheini was Sol Budner, the baby's grandfathers
^parents we
I fried officiated
^Jewistineridlan
I Mujtgy ************ *" ------" ** *** t,%MLxikt^ai xoji o w
Terr., on Tuesday, March 20. Sandek was Mr. SUverman
and sandek sheini was Sol Budner, the baby's grandfathers.
Godparents were Mx. and Mrs. Maxwell Schwartz. Rabbi Philip
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman are entertaining Mr
ond Mrs. Benjamin G. Browdy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cherner
of Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Julian B. Venezky of Peoria.
I Mr. Browdy is president of the Zionist Organization of America'
1 Mr. Cherner, national co-chairman of the Israel bond campaign
committee for the ZOA; and Mr. Venezky, chairman of the
eiecutive committee of the American Financial and Develop-
ment Corporation which is to float the $500,000,000 bond issue in
| this country on behalf of the Israel government.
^ ^ ^
The bris of Ira Mark Bregman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Biegman, 6868 Harding Ave., Miami Beach, took place Sunday
March 18. Acting as sandek was David Utley. Godparents were
ISolFeldman and his mother, Mrs. Feldman. Rabbi Philip Fried
I served as mohel.
* +
! Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sakols, 4710 Pinetree Drive, Miami
[Beach, have as their guests their children, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
iLipman and children, Lois and Millard, and their grandson,
I David Schimmel, all of Baltimore, Md.
* *
r Mrs. Sylvia Hollander, wife of Dr. Hollander, of Newark
|N. J., has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Esther Sonenblick
land sister, Mrs. Lillian Richheimer, of Miami. She will leave
I here Friday.
* *
r Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, directors of Camp Osceola,
[announce the birth of a daughter, Robin Candyce, on March 16.
^* "^* ^R
Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr., will be hostess
lot a cocktail party in honor of her daughter-in-law, Betty on
[Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. Guests will be Mrs. Rose Slan'ner,
L *i Al Berlin, Mrs. Leonore Szerlip, Mrs. Fredric Richard Rosen,
is. Zelda Kitchins, Mrs. Nicholas Biglin. Mrs. Rose Lesser
will assist her daughter as hostess.
* *
Miss Yunka Mann, Israeli artist who supervised the ex-
hibition of Israeli art recently held at the Peikin Galleries will
leave for New York City Saturday. Miss Mann will direct dis-
plays m Enclewood, N. J., and St. Louis, Mo.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel, of 4444 Post Ave., Miami Beach,
nw as quests their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
per of Greet Neck, L. I. Mrs. Meisel's sister and brother-in-law,
m. and Mrs. Robert Schlacter of Manhattan have just returned
El a u ,hree-week s,cfy with the Meisels. Also, this week-
pna, he Meisels' son, Lewis, of Jacksonville, will visit his
rrents.
mm *
wjliam Rothman of 930 9th St., Miami Beach, is recuperat-
edtnome following an operation on March 9 at the Doctors'
Hospital in Coral Gables.
Mr *
Mrs Louis Makovsky of 825 West Ave., Miami Beach, left
ww. Louis to attend the wedding of her nephew, Ronald
w ovsicy, 0n Sunday. The newlyweds will then spend their
loneymoon here in Miami
Double-Ring Candlelight Ceremony -
I nites Charles Alfred Boneparths
PAGE 7 A
Carriage Announced
Imian VTTi*** a former Mi-
guiBessie Bee Siegel. to Na-
sLmE.2 M?rch 22 has bee"
fed Vr dr b>; her Parents. Mr.
pe Md C Rosenl>erg, Balti-
io22eROUple wiU ** at home at
F SKf Ave- Baltimore,
Betrothal Told
f43NEan-filM" Armin Brown.
NageLnf fSt-V announce the
FSTm of ^eir daughter,
PR Simm UnS? S'mmons, son
fTheSns;73N-W-65thAve.
Km M,amtft? was Kradted
Ka?S?;son Hjgh School
Kr of V "**' of Star
La'?nai B'rith Young
Ke 0rde?nnf ,Kminah Chapter of
rMr%Tm0ftheEasternStar.
Prm thp i Tns' who graduated
|oing Z,\ "'versity of Illinois, is
F'VersSv grad.uate Work at ^e
Rational l-iJ3"1' and teaches
Filt hZr Hh,yren at Ada Mer-
WJ'0'fH,h School. He is a
paternity au EPsjlon Phi
Brenners Will Be
Honored At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner
will be honored at the annual
banquet of the Daughters of Is-
rael to be held Sunday, April 1.
at 6 p.m. at the Edwards Hotel,
Miami Beach, according to Mrs.
Joseph Brenner, president.
The Daughters of Israel was
founded ten years ago at the
Beth Jacob synagogue under the
auspices of the local Mizrachi or-
ganization, and now maintains the
Ritualarium at 151 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, in the interest of
the observance of the traditional
Jewish family purity laws.
Greetings will be brought by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, founder
and honorary president of the
Daughter of Israel. Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky and other local and
visiting rabbis.
Jacob Schechter, past president
and tourist representative of the
organization, will be the toast-
master.
Reservations for the banquet
may be made at the Edwards
Hotel or by calling Mrs. Shapiro
at 5-4247. ____
A double-ring. candlelight
ceremony at the Sherry Frontenac
Hotel on March 4 united in mar-
riage Eileen Lois Schiff of Miami
Beach and Charles Alfred Bone-
parth of New York City. Rabbi
Leon Kronish officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Schiff of
Miami Beach, and the groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
Boneparth of New York.
Greta Joseloff was maid of
honor, with Joyce Shabot and
Barbara Steig as bridesmaids. The
bridesmaids wore pale pink tulle
gowns and carried horseshoe-
shaped bouquets of pink
camellias.
The father of the bridegroom
was best man.
The bride wore an all lace
gown and lace train with illusion
veil attached to a snug-fitting cap
of tulle. She carried a bible with
three white orchids.
The bride's mother wore an
aqua blue chiffon gown with a
spray of baby orchids, while the
bridegroom's mother wore lilac
flowered taffeta with a spray of
baby orchids.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami High School and attended the
University of Miami and Uni-
versity of Wisconsin.
Mr. Boneparth graduated from
Horace Mann School for Boys and
New York University.
Following a reception and
formal dinner at the Sherry
Frontenac, the couple left by
plane for a honeymoon in Nassau
They will live in New York City.
New Lodge Installs
Mrs. Morris Spivak
Mrs. Morris Spivak was In-
stalled as noble grand of the new-
ly organized Miami Beach Rebek-
ah Lodge 39 at ceremonies Wed-
nesday night.
Installing offi-
cer was Mrs.
Barbara Hendry,
president of the
Florida State Re-
bekah Assembly.
Past presidents
also assisted in
^L ^*^. the ceremony.
^^ Ik Organizers of
^^^^^A Die new lodge
B are Miss Doro-
thy Diamond,
vie grand and
Mrs. Dorothy
Salvat, who has been appointed
conductor.
Rose-Davidson
Troth Revealed
Mn arid Mrs. Louis T. David-
son, 70 S. W. 30th Road, have an-
nounced the betrothal of their
daughter, Jacqueline Ann, to Al-
vin Frederick Rose, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Harris, 13 Farrey Lane,
Belle Isle, Miami Beach. A recep-
tion was held at the Davidson
home.
Miss Davidson is a graduate of
Miami High School and is now
attending the University of Mi-
ami, where she is a member of
the student association senate.
Mr. Rose was graduated from
Poughkeepsie High School and
the University of Miami. He at-
tended New York University
graduate school and is now in the
marines.
HADAC0L b
Requested
By Nurses
HADACOL Helps Folks Suffering
Deficiencies of Vitamins Bi,
Bj, Niacin and Iron.
Mrs. Spivak
Arclmore
Mrs. Charles A. Boneparth
Bride-Elect Honored
Mrs. Anshell Rackoff, Key
West, recently entertained at a
shower at the home of Mrs. Philip
Goldman, 2915 S.W. 15th St.. in
honor of Miss Honey M. Scrott,
whose marriage to Julian Lawr-
ence Pearson will take place on
Sunday, March 25.
Among out-of-town guests were
Mrs. Maxwell Katz, Mrs. A. Is-
senman, Mrs. S. Cramer, Miss
Laure Cramer, Mrs. T. Solomon,
Mrs. Betty Mitzberg, Montreal;
Mrs. H. Shields, Toronto.
Registered nurses. In increasing
numbers, are showing a keen in-
terest in HAD-
ACOL and in
the results that
are being se-
cured with this
great modern
formula. Re-
quests h a(v e
been received
from many of
these nurses
for professional
. samples of
* HADACOL and
Mrs. I.ovett many of them
indicated that they recommend
the HADACOL formula to pa-
tients who are deficient in Vita-
mins Bi, Bi, Iron and Niacin.
Mrs. L. D. Lovett, a registered-
I nurse who lives at 2205 Walnut
St., Philadelphia 3, Pennsylvania,
says this about HADACOL:
"I was down in Florida for the
past month. I had no energy so
several members of my family told
me to try a bottle of HADACOL.
My sister, who is a nurse, was
taking a bottle so I tried a bottle.
I feel fine since taking HADA-
COL. I do private duty here. I am
50 years old."
HADACOL can help you itf
you suffer such deficiencies. Ask.
your druggist for HADACOL to-
day. Only HADACOL gives you-
that "Wonderful HADACOL feel-
ing."

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Buffets Gafden Parties
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Phone 58-2503 or 58-4891 (Evenings)
" ComP' 1Me 9nu4te yau
3opendthe
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at the
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VICTOR HOTEL
TRADITIONAL JEWISH ORTHODOX SEDER SERVICE
mm
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Strictly Kosher Cuisine
On the Ocean at 12th Street
Reservations Accepted Now
CALL 5-0041
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PAGE 8 A
vjewist ncrkflan
FRIDAY, MARCH 23
m
Eli Barnhards Mark
55th Wedding Date
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Barnhard of
101 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach, will mark their 55th wed-
ding anniversary with a dinner
ii tei; Miami
night, March
j Family eel
Mr. and Mi B
ng the g il be their
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO
iN a.m. for h, K('-i-n
FLORIDA. in ,.,.!', [1 M
!!lSS2BKyJw^4^
Officers were elected at Temple Beth Sho'.om's ninth annual dinner meeting Sunday night.
Pictured here are Judge Kenneth Oka. vice present: Rabbi Leon Kronish; Harry Dinnerstem. vice
p Mident Lc.is J. Krensky, chairman cf the board: Abraham Zmramon. treasurer: Shepard Broad,
pre. :: Sidnty D. Aniin. vice president: Abe Bolotko. secretary and Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
aepictea by the logs in the fore-
eral Savings and Loan Association,
the temple as "one of the few
ii fiea ?r.d clear oi mortgage debt."
K70fl PROBATE.'
In It.-: ESTATE I !
ANTHONY MASS A,
Decenafd.
T \ rre.Hi j
J
fou, 1 ;

I
H .
I
: [>ndi I
I
....
. (hi i I
the date of the first I
s lid or demai !
the la ol
to be sworn t.. ami |.n
aforesal I, 01 Mine 111 in
:-:,. tlon 120 of thi 1 I
I >ate Man h lth, A l>, r..:,i
MARIE MA8SA1
A Executrix of the i,,t \y j
'IVst imi-nt ..I A NTH' 'XV y, ,\.'.\
1. eased.
MYER3, HEIMAN & KAI'l.w
160 Beybold Bids;., Miami, fia.
Attorney! !.: Executrix
3/23-30 4/C-ll
NOTICE TO CREDrrORs~ ,
IN THE COUNTY JUlMiE'8 I i
IN AND FOR DADE ri'iNfl
FLORIDA. IN PROB
Aliho.t Enters
llrlllil B.JH't'
-

Abbott
n 25 yei

Pn
-
Th 45 ; ars old.
DC rr. in B-: ?ton. and now
w .: and children
at 42 '4 Nautilus Di .
nd last
president
:.'
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Barnhard
[children and in-laws, Mr. and
I Mrs. Harrv Barnhard and Dr. and [n Re.' ESTAT
Mrs. Z. L. Sabshin of Miami
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Barnhard, David Barnhard, Mr.
L. Fields, and Mrs, S.
Rothman, all of New York City.
Oth' lests, including grand-
children, will attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
Ardmoi 1
Mrs. Harry Koretzky
Mrs. kturl/U\
To lit* llosft'ss
tzky, membei-
Gables Candidate
Hits Garbage Tax
F. B
mmission,
I .1 of the
munici] age tax. Blake.
nt of the Fidelity
Title Company with offices in
Coral Gables and Miami, is mak- '
ing his first political race.
A p. at of this area.
Blake held his first job here in
1925 as an errand boy at the First
National Bank of Miami. Since
that time he has moved ahead
steadily in his profession until .
he formed his own company here'. S:li'1 claim; or demands to contain
'the legal address "f it"- c-lalmanl and
to bt >uorn i" .1 nd ir<
aid, or same wfll be barred See Sec-
ti. n 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Dated March El, A.D 1851.
milton luroh
estelle 111:11.m \n
As Co-Exei !': of the L* ^ II
and Testament "f LOUIS ROSEN-
BLATT, .....ased
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys f"i )"
1 '1-13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDCE C< >l RT
, XI' FOR DADE i'O
I-!.' iRII 1 \. IN I'RI ! I -
!:: Ri ESTATE
LOl'lS ROSENHLA
I 1. .
To All redlturs and All r-
\ 1 Said
Estate:
You, and each of
.; tO 1
'
ei of you, ma) hav<
t. of LOUIS ROSENBLATT, de-
ceased '..ii' of 1 >adi '
to the Hon. W. F BLANT< >N,
Judge of Dade County, and file the
n bis ofl Ice In the < "ounty
.ii-.- In Dad< inty, 1 lorida,
within Ighl alendi r moi thi f......
the date of the first
several years ago.
"Operating a city like Coral
Gables is a multi-million dollars
business." Blake said. "I am call-
. ing on all my friends to help elect
me because I believe my back-
1 ground in handling millions of
. dollars for investors gives me the
qualification to represent the
citizens of Coral Gables on their
ion."
Blake explained that he ad-
ited paying for the operation
Of department by .
B lining the functions of city
to the Jewi nts.
will be--------------------------------------------!
..p tea and
.:
28. at ] Shore Club
h to honor all
P^id u bring new
merr. t
NATHAN BRAUN'STEIN ..
known as NAT i'.iiai 'Xsteix
1 .. .
'I"-. All I '' j
Ing Claln -J

' I
r| and req

Of NATHAN I
n as N .
1
I the Hi n

3ald
conta lei
i- barred. Bee B.
Pr a
Date March 21, A I
ANN I
As Admit Istrai
. : NA H VN I
known SA
Deo
HI.l!Y BTONE
Utorne] for Adml
;; 23-30 I '-
SEE
TO APPRECIATE
Beautiful twin bedroom,
house, private refined
kitchen privileges, phone,
location.
Phone 3-0874
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
X th.it
-

T 7 S V.
Street.
> the Clerk of
..... program Florid"
El'OENE I. SOLOMON
I
Jack A. Abbott
of its directors. He also belongs
to state and national bar associa-
tions.
He was graduated from Cum- '
berland Law School in 1928. and
lat same year entered the
tice of law in Miami. He
now practices from offices at 420
Lincoln Road.
Abbott entered the army in
"'^42. and was commissioned after
iing officer candidate
' Miami Beach. He served
seas for 27 months, concluding
with 15 months as captain.
will present a musical
.ncludmg guest artists
Olga Bibor Stem, pianist, and
Dr. Istvan Szanto. baritone.
Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach
attorney, will speak on "Jewish
Home for the Aged and What
Your Membership Means."
Mrs Benjamin Appel. presi-
f the auxiliary will extend
greetings to the group.
LEG*VL NOTICES
,. ~NTICE Bv PUBLICATION
IN .HI. CIRCUIT COURT <>F Till'
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SS,0-I?1DA lv AND FOR DADE
NTi IN CHANCERY, N.
1 Ji**
''Mm"'1,).',' "EDIOER, Plaintiff, vi
ED HEDIOER, I'. f.-ndant.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '
' d, dealt Ing t. eng igi in -
business under th< nan
- Til. Mfg C. 16Srd SI and
I, North Miami
ntend 1 registi
said :. ime th the Clerk the 1
' of 1 '..! '' inty, Floi Ida
J RAYMOND BROBLY
BAMUEL RUBIN
for J Ra; m nd Broair
;- Lincoln Road
Mian Beach
Welcome All Our Friends
"All Work Guaranteed"
Adams
Srvi* Sl;iliMi
STEAM CLEANING &
UNDERCOATING
GAS & OILS
LUBRICATION
1952 N.E. Miami Court
Phone 3-9357
MIAMI TOPI
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Hough or Pulveriiaj
Grade A. Soil
Bulldozing
Hourly or Contract
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIll]
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terroaj
ALL WORK GUAR/
\ STARTS FRIDAY, MARCH 23rj
Roosevelt Theatre
NITELY AT 8:40 PM.
MoH.:$ot. -Sun, 3
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO TED HEDIOER
New v. rk, n Y
TED HE1
ar* h.
He was president of S
Lodge of B'r.ai B'rith in 1940-4"..
elped to organize and
became presidi nl Stal
" :.'- ESI '
I
ation of Bna:
man of the Anti-
ri nth, and 1
been on its regional executn
B h L 'dge of B'nai B'ril
A member !H
Elks
lodge, he has occupied all piir. -
pal offices, including the pre- -
dency. of Miami Beach Civic
League.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
<>y FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
NTY in CHANCERY, No.
LESLIE mann. Plaintiff, va.
ELIZABETH MAX .
&ABETH WEISMAN, Defendant
ro Mann
L'nl *n
LIT FOR DIVORCE
hereby
r Com alnl fw
you,
to serve a copy
: ng to
ilntiff-s
\ 11
,' '- Beach,
ri
e 20th day ol
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*Jewisti fhrSdiiar
Food Parcel For Passover
PAGE 9 A
Send Fresh Meat, Poultry, Butter
Passover is a Holiday of Thanksgiving. Give special thrmb*
the Passover food for a needy family in Israel Q yOUr Seder table this year- knowing that you have provided
Delivery Guaranteed
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no matzos in its Passover
parcels, since matzos are in
plentiful supply in Israel.
ton* 1 Delay Order Today! Remeniber To:
pr one (or more) of the Passover parcels through our Zionist
fee. Send this parcel of excellent foods to your relatives or
?nas in Israel,or, let us send it to one of the General Zionist
pbutzim.
[ZIONGINSBURG
pan, Food For Israel
1. Send your check for the parcel you order.
2. Specify name and addressif you care to send it to someone
in particular.
3. Write your own name and address on the order blank.
4. Call 58-4643 for further information.
ALEX VAN STRAATEN
President
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT
235 Lincoln Road
a vertisement published in cooperation with Service for Israel, Inc. and made
possible by
IRVING SCHATZMAN
ISE THIS ORDER BLANK AND RETURN TO OFFICE
HARRY .1. SO>Z
gkr 1 ici im: OKA
ALEX VAN STRAATEN
BEN ZION GINSBFRG
Miami Beach Zionist District
235 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Please send me gift certificates (s) for one or more of the following FAMOUS
PASSOVER Food Parcels.
Passover STANDARD ftl $11.50 Passover SPECIAL (a $18.75
Passover DELUXE 0, $39.50
I am enclosing herewith check or money order for $........................
My Name ................................................................
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Recipient(s) in Israel:
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? Israel Goldstein Youth Village in Katamon
3 ZOA Youth Colony of Magdiel


PAGE 10 A
*JewistftcrMian
FRIDAY. MARCH 23.
Committee Named IjB^E^
To Welcome N*vo ysHSfSStrV*
Each of the ZOA fg^fg&TUSEZ & &
in the Greater Miami area ind "" cSter on Saturday.
Hollywood have made *Pomt- 5g^81. rt ?13 p.m.
to the reception committee procceds from the affair, which
ph Nev ., senior consul wU] be hWd undor tho auspicea
Y ung 7. nist District, Seder 1 nducted by Temple
presid. nt. Marty Is; Pndaj April 20. at .
Eig. Rae Freedi Mrs Dina p.m. in the Pagoda Room of the
. I M & ach Mas H teL Miami Beach.
ict, David A cantor will chanl the pray-
... f mi I by a w ll-ki
list. The menu will consist
Biseayne Tra*k
To *irii 3lar<*li 29
ibis
I set 1
21. M
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f its
vei
- and
ng the
I :.
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April 16-1"
12 T
' ssic will
ition of Sl.l
-"
': >y P. Mann
- first session
traditional food and bever-
. be $12.50
i neci -- ry pei .. ith special rates
will : Iren under 12.
- ur- log match i ly be made bv
.: Due to the limited
ng capacity. Abe Schonfeld.
m s that reservation!
log rly.
man! Miami Beach *Zi
and chairman of the reception The show wjl, be accompanu.,i
mittee. |pn Eden of the Alberta
vo will v School of Dance and music for
a major address at ,% will be provided by Fred
f all distri Is Sunday. Vt(?r ;md nia A!!e.. Tones.
April 9. at the Miami Bea< n Jew- General chairman of the event
Center. :s Sandra Dubbin Assisting hi r
Brenner and Don Mat-
.. at ntertainment; Bob Bergen.
jing; L.'.a Pearl and Arthur
Zi nisi Disl I Pepf -. and door: Sandy
.' S rley Stein. Linda
Sun< April B at Kaplan and Ann Meyer, publicity;
6:30 p.m Phil S I r m. Barbara Levy and
. with Cookie Merlin, refreshments; Sue
Liebr : Hows Miami Nelson and Larry Marks, decora-
,- | iti Sand; Swei i-. Eileen Hornstein, program
Jent, Irving SaaL Arthui and h st
Lee Winters and Harr>" Simon- Reservations may be made by
..: Gables Z i st Dis- calling Phil Solomon at 9-2279 or
:: Lj : "' r >j J >skind at the center.
scar C Lelchuk. 4-34
Dani vitt: Miami Beach ------------ \ r^-a.
Rabbi Mann To Officiate Brownies Make trlits
For Hospital Children
Young patients at Mount Sinai
Hospital Friday received scrap-
books and baskets filled with
candy from Brownie Troop 118 of
ne Elementary school. The
scrapbooks were started several
months ago by the members of
the troop "to teach them the value
of working for the benefit and
ment of others."
Because youngsters are not per-
'mittcd in the hospital rooms, the
gifts were presented on the lawn.
gifts in behalf of
the children at the hospital were
Barbara Greene. Barbara Klinc-
r, Richard Pickover and
v. therington.
. Gilmore, a regis-
the hospital, greet-
ed the Brownies and th
them.
Leader of the Brownie Troop is
Mrs, Sol Goldstein, and assistant
Mrs Philip Peck and
Mrs. Ralph Lieberman. Commit-
tee mother is Mrs. Ben Ross. M s
tein said the materials for
rapbooks and were
supplied by the Red Cross. Shi-
added that the group is composed
; of 15 seven and eight year old
Participating in the program
were Brownies Merle Schwartz,
Audrey Rubin. Susan Grant. El-
len Malter, Sandra Green. Diane
nd, Nancy Schwartz Carol
Lieberman. Francine Goldstein.
Diane Ross. Roberta Platt and
Peck. Other members of
the troop are Edna Casper, Arlene
Greer and Roberta Winn.
Gifts of scrapbooks and handmade baskets w<
last week by the members of Brownie Troop 118, ol
on behalf of the pediatrics section of the hospital
Barbara Klinghopper and Tommy Wetherington. 1
in center, gave the group a short talk on the vali-------
Troop, who presented the gifts, were Merle Schwartx. Audrey Rubin. Susan Grant. Ellen Malter,
Sandra Green. Diane Calland, Nancy Schwartz. C irol Lieberman. Francine Goldstein. Diane Ross, |
Robert Plait and Patsy Peck.
rere given to the children in Mount Sinai Hospital
f Biscayne Elementary school. Receiving the gifM
il are, from left, in wheelchairs, Richard Pickover,
Miss Theresa Gilmore, a registered nurse, pictured
lue of sharing with others. Members of the Brownie
_____a ft^.J_... O..WSm C..<- in *""*..*.,.* T""i; i. a.
Flaglor-Granada
Sidney Steller was nominated
for the presidency of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter at a meeting of the organiza-
tion last Thursday night.
Others nominated for office
were Sidney Raskin. Leo Roth-
stein, vice president: Ben Clein.
George Savitt, financial secretary;
Norman Pnllot. recording secre-
tary; Shirley Marks, correspond-
ing secretary.
Named for the board of di-
: were Charles Adelman.
Leo Drutz. Louis F.sloe. Sylvia
" I, Ben Jonas, Milt Korotkin,
Albert Constantine, Paul Draizer.
M. Shaw. Harold Strumph. Rob-
ert Tauber, Frances Trauman,
Jack Con-:: Nathan Adelman.
Ray Levine, Herman Marks,
Ralph Lang. living Seid. Harry
Wexl
Elections are slated for April 19
Center \oiiii nates]
at the center buildinu. 50 Nl
I 51st Place.
Israelite Center
Hill Hold Ball.
Moek Marriage
A'Purim ball and m ck marril
age. sponsored by the Israelis
Center in cooperation with
Dora Stein Sisterhood and PT/|
will be held Sunday. March '.
at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Herman Miller Is chaii
man. assisted by David Gra
Charles Fidelman. M
Mrs. Meyer Simon and Mrs. Na|
than Shankin.
All proceeds will z I ward!
building fund. Refreshment^]
be served. Tickets m iy be
tained at the door or ca
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Sparkling Musical Play of the West
Original New York Cast of 55
Featuring
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The original Sally 4: Ben Firestone
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J^r Women
ti in Purim Fete
{!' Women Club No. One
E1 n,i Beach wi 1 sponsor a
VfcSS on Saturday.
K 24 at 8 P-ni. at the Town
RLach Club. 1 Lincoln Road.
i Beach, according to an
ncement by Mn Henry

I iv even
1 -rersaries of several
(jirn
Miss Gerson Becomes
Mrs. Frank Shear
Mum-1'.....,
din. presid.'t
Z event will also mark the
jding anniversaries of several
LkM Max Shapiro will be
ft spe^cr. Also scheduled
,*ar are Cantor Maurice
Xs who Will offer Yiddish
and Ruba
Bind'"'
u Hebrew selections, and
L who will Play the .
accor-
nandsins Hebrew folk songs.
Iproceeds from the affair will
l wards the children s building
lid in Israel.
Lonhoff To Speak
Iga-ry Simonhoff. attorney and
Cnisl for The Jewish Flori-
f-1 will be guest speaker at the
Liza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th
[ Miami Beach., on Saturday,
Xrch 24, at 8 p.m.
I&monhoff. who recently re-
ined from an extensive tour of
ope and Israel, will speak on
Remnants of Jews
tope
in
$^^S*
Vi- Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
leritus of Temple Israel and
Vident of the Greater Miami
fcbinical Association, will dis-
i "The Synagogue Today" at
I Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
mity Center on Friday evening.
"u 23. at 8:30.
Mrs. Frank Roy Shear
Miss Myra Gerson became the
bride of Frank Roy Shear on
Sunday. March 18. at 2:30 p.m. in
the patio of her mother's home,
140 S.W. 15th Road. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman read the service
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Marcia Gerson. Mr. Shear's
father is Harry Shear, 1220 S.W
25th Ave.
Given in marriage by her uncle,
Sam Gerson, the bride wore a
ballerina length gown of faille
and nylon. The bodice was em-
broidered with seed pearls.
Miss Dorothy Singer served as
maid of honor in a gown of
powder blue nylon net. Rae Carol
Fischer was flower girl. Sonia
I Caplin kept the guest book
Murray Shear served as his
. brother's best man and Morris
, Levitt seated guests.
The bride's mother greeted
I guests at the reception which fol-
j lowed the ceremony in rose taupe
and beige lace with apple green
accessories.
For traveling the bride donned
I a beige faille suit with brown ac-
, cessories. Upon their return from
la wedding trip throughout the
state, the newlyweds will reside
at 1760 S.W. 13th St,
The former Miss Gerson was
! graduated from Miami High
School, where she was a member
of Tri Beta Sorority, and attended
the University of Miami.
Mr. Shear is a graduate of Mi-
ami High School and is attending
the University of Miami.
Flying fish probably. move
through the air to escape capture
by other fish.

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ffledy sta? fr9 and IrTinS Grossman, famous English-Yiddish
the H00Sp be featured' in "Bagels and Yox of 1951." coming
_____evelt Theatre this Friday evening. March 23.
THE ABRAMS HOTEL
302 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
11 Be Open For the Passover Holidays
and Will Hold Traditional Seders
** Ac
ceptin. Reservations
Call 5-6165
Academy Chora*
Appears On TV
dJJv Ch0'US (,f tht> Hebrew Aca-
demy appeared for the first time
;;^V.'v.sion Thursday. M,aSrchT2e
3.80 p.m. on station WTVJ
PuHmPlu.^0t the the of
clem SPreSented bv the aca-
demy children under the direc-
instructor at the academy.
dr?n uisd?y morning the chil-
dren presented a PUrim mas-
querade in the academy audi-
torium 918 6th St., Miami Beach
Assisting in the arrangements
,?,,. earnival were the in-
r'"f.t English departments of the aca-
.hI"yirarJd a sPecial committee of
the Hebrew Academy Women
consisting of Mrs. Moe Fenster,
mJwSS!" Kogan and Mrs
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Golden Agers Plan
Mock Marriage
r-iTue ,Golden Age Friendship
Llub of the Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center is presenting a
one-act farce entitled "Tropical
Mock Marriage" on Saturday,
March 24, at 8 p.m. at the center.
Tickets may be purchased at the
center. Following the play, there'
will be dancing to the music of I
a waltz-time orchestra.
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Reach Zionists Plan Fund-Raising Dance
The annual dinner-dance and
Ltammcnt of the Miami Beach
en Strict wiU be held at
6Wr,blanca Hotel on the
t. Pat 63rdSt.. Miami Beach.
KS/USSi* April 8 at 6:30.
5 -Train* to Harry J. Sonz,
Sin and Daniel M. Broad,
^-chairman.
aiv Van Straaten. president of
fc Beach branch of the Zionist
ftfanition of America said.
^"is the only fund-raising,
r we sponsor during the year ;
6 it is my hope that the com- ,
Snity will favor us with its
support"
Hp stressed the urgent need for
funds m Israel during thes.e criti" i
1 times since the monies re-;
rived from this event will be
Iropriated for the building of
70A colonies in Israel (which
lessens the number of people now
Fving in tents); the establish-
ment of ZOA youth villages and
-de schools such as have been
H.ine at Magdiel and Katamon
& Israel Goldstein Youth Vil-
ijaef and the support of Israel
Soldier Veterans Project, designed
t,meet the social, cultural and
vocational needs in this respect.
Also the establishment of the
70A House in Israel for the pro-
motion of closer fraternal and
economic r< k.tionship between
fie American Jewish community
and Israel: the provisions of in-
dustrial machinery, food and
other material for Israel's eco-
nomic assistance through the ZOA
Project Fund: and the promotion
^liB\wi[slWBojpWliiaun
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1951
SEC. B
InraoU Nvwttletter
Efficiency Sought In Industry
By ADA OREN
Shirer Talk Will
Wind Up Series
"Germany Facing East and
Ministry of Labor favors the set- West" will be the topic of the
TEL AVIV-Official Israel has ting up of a central board repre- t b William L. Shir-
lately become acutely efficiency- sentin8 industry and labor to act
conscious. The present annual in- ?s. a coordinating body for the
dustrial output of 200 000 000 J faetory boards demanded
poundsa rise of only 40 percent bv Hls*adrut and so far rejected
during the last two years while & ms* manufacturers. In the
without additional importation of! bonuses, results have generally
er on Sunday. April 1 at 8:15
p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Shirer is regarded as a top-
Harry J. Sonz
of Israel-American cultural rela-
tions through the American-
Israel Information Service, in-
cluding exchange scholarships and
Hebrew Chairs at United States
universities.
Assisting Sonz and Broad are
Benjamin Appel, B. I. Binder,
Shepard Broad. Ben Zion Gins-
burg. Isidore Goldberg. S. A.
Goodman, Fred Jonas, Dave
Levinson, Seymour B. Licbman,
Judge Kenneth Oka. Joseph
Pardo, Melvin Pazol and Seymour
Rubin.
been encouraging.
The sending of some Israel
workers to the United States and
various countries in Western
sidered an authority on foreign
machinery if workers and em-
ployers took sufficient interest in
such an achievement.
Since adjustment to a more, T
normal economy often entails a : Europe opened their eyes to the
loss of social standing, many Jew- i importance of planning the time
ish laborers are inclined either;"1 those whose tempo is not set
to regard their work in factory iby machine. The Manufacturers
and fields as temporary or to: Association sponsored a similar
expect an intelligent and co- v,!>li by some.0f its members and
operative attitude on the part off1 up for them a technical in-;
management. Many employers. I formation bureau complete with
aithnuoh .,nm.niifirf .~ -..., .*!. i production engineers. An Insti-
tute for Research into Production
Efficiency, affiliated to the As-
sociation of Engineers and spon- |
Orlando Doctor Named to Natl Home Post
although unqualified to run their i P'
enterprises at the present stage,
Still fight shy of efficiency ex-
perts and try to make do with
less than the essential minimum red ,by, both Histadrut and the I
Dr. Clarence Bernstein of Or-
lando, Fla., was recently appoint-
ed to the board of allergy con-
sultants of the National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver.
The appointment was made by
Dr. M. Murray Peshkin, chief
national consultant to the home,
on behalf of Mrs. Fannie E.
Lorber, its president, at a meet-
ing held in Chicago.
The home conducts a physical
and mental hygiene program for
the rehabilitation of children suf-
fering from chronic bronchial
asthma and other allergies, who
have failed to respond to medical
treatment in their own communi-
ties. Upon the referral of a physi-
cian who recommends a complete
change in climate and environ-
ment, the home will accept any
Jewish child, between the ages of
five and 15, who meets its medical
and .- vice requirements.
This ily program of its
k:nd in the nation. One of the
latest feat to be added to the
home is a pletely alr-condi-
equipped with
'id radiant-heating.
for the housing of the more diffi-
"Utcas estimated that ap-
' percent of the
""Wri l at the home for
a minimun period of two years
i to their own
names fully i tvered or well on
iltimate recovery. The
home is supported bv ocganized
voluntary philanthropy No
f"ar8' to the family for
its service.
, Pc:; il more informa-
on about the home may obtain
l> o.v getting in touch with Dr.
The local Jewish Social
*ce Bureau will assist in the
of executive personnel or special-
ization. The steady seller's market
resulting from two wars, mass
immigration and insufficient raw
materials, as well as high income
and corporation taxes, encourage
the running of huge expense ac-
counts and the evasion of price
controls by the lowering of
quality.
Deals on these points are fre-
quently arrived at with workers
out for raises not authorized by
their unions, which last year de-
cided to demand blanket rises
only for workers in the underpaid
categories and to peg them else-
where to increased production.
The falling proportion of wages
in the national income over the
j last few years is attributed both
to profiteering and to the low
vocational qualifications of many
\ immigrants. Last year's pay de-
ductions, based on a falling cost
of living index since proved in-
correct, are being refunded.
A production department in the
i Manufacturers Asociation,
periodically publishes the results
of its investigations into methods
and specific industries. It also I
arranges informative conferences
for both managing personnel and
workers.
Many new trade schools for
adolescents have sprung up in the
last few years, often operated by
the ORT Union. For adult immi-
William L. Shirer
grants courses are conducted by affairs, especially on the Euro-
lional. h Ro,hbd, former na-
tad i .ecretar* f Pion" Women
can 7 9 lime ,eader i" Ameri-
?" Zionist affair., he. accepted
Wonn. f dir*cir of Pioneer
corning d,vi*ion >n the forth-
9ov.,- camP>3n to sell Israel
PioneeTw1 **"? ta "* country'
the r71 -men* Preparation, for
May wTk9"' *? be inched in
Rothha^ 91n ,nlnditelT.~
"Wbard announced.
Dr. Clarence Bernstein
handling of any application for
admission. Persons seeking ad-
mission of a child may inquire of
the local agency or communicate
directly with the New York office
of the home at 1407 Broadway,
New York 18, New York, or the
home itself at 3447 West 19th
Ave., Denver 4, Colorado.
Water power accounts for only
five per cent of all energy pro-
duced in America.
Wanted: Men
For Minvans
A call for additional males to
conduct daily minyans at the
Jewish Home for the Aged has
been made by its executive di-
rector, Maurice Pearlstein. He
has directed his appeal to men
residing in the area of the home,
150 N.E. 53rd St.
Religious services are held
daily at 7 a.m. except Saturday
when they are scheduled for 9
a.m. In addition, Friday and
Saturday evening services are
held at 5:30 under the direction
of Rev. Israel Faber.
trade unions chiefly at the ex-
pense of the Ministry of Labor,
while other public agencies sup-
port them and their families.
Lack of agreement between labor
and employers' organizations re-
stricts the scope of these efforts.
The utilization of factory facili-
ties for training, has not yet been
offered by non-publicly owned
industries. The introduction of
legislation on the training of ap-
prentices held up by a jurisdic-
tional squabble between the Min-
istries of Labor and of Trade and
Industry.
The general manpower inven-
pean scene and his analyses of
current events are followed by
his vast audience of radio listen-
ers.
In 1934 he became chief of the
Berlin bureau of the Universal
News Service and commenced his
famous broadcasts from the Ger-
man capital. During the ensuing
seven years, he compiled the notes
which later became the best sell-
ing book "Berlin Diary."
During the war he revisited the
European Theater several times,
covering the Nuremberg trials in
1945 and being on hand in the fall
tory recently taken for both mili- of 1948 during the historic Berlin
tary and civilian purposes has not
yet been fully broken down and
may be out of date soon as a re-
sult of the immigration rate.
Birds will not fly out of sight
of the ground when there is a
thick fog.
Air Lift. He has recently visited
the vital centers in Central and
Western Europe.
This lecture will be the last in
the Center Forum Series spon-
sored by the Center men's club.
Tickets are available at the
Centei office.
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Local Citizens Help
fo Control Prices
T,,hnQ Public evidently is de-
. mined thnt price stabilization
-hgf; has to turn sleuth
Edrive Uncle Sam the assistance
l?to check up on "the but-
<>'- and anyone else
who'attmepts to evade price con-
trol regulations,
Complain"'-- of illegal price In-
BM*s.and evasive practices are
iradv coming in to the South
Forda District Office located in
he Roper Building in Miami, ac-
Sdtag to Sam F Dav.s, acting
district director of OPS.
"And most of these com-
plainants name names, give speci-
L details, and are militant in
heir support of the battle to beat
inflation through control of
prices" Davis says. 'In fact, con-
sumers are not the only ones
furnishing us information. Busi-
nessmen-the great majority who
realize the importance of the pro-
gram to our national security and
economic stabilityare just as
quick to report violators within
their own ranks," he added.
Already the "chislers" are
showing then disdain of not only
the law of the land, but also of
human suffering, a review of the
complaints under investigation by
OPS shows.
For instance, a new and rare,
and therefore costly, drug which
promises relief from arthritis is
reported to have fallen into "black
market" channels, which either
charge much higher prices for
the already precious drug, or di-
vert it to mure metropolitan cen-
ters where the traffic will bear
the illegal demands.
Complaints have been lodged
against car dealers who allegedly
are deliberately lowering their
valuation on "trade-ins" or load-
ing new cars with accessories.
Cimplaints against some dealers
allege out-and-out "side pay-
ments" above the list prices.
"Tie-in-sales," those gentle
little affairs where you have to
buy something you didn't want, to
be able to buy something you
actually needcome in for their
share of complaints, for they're
strictly taboo under price control
regulations.
A complete survey of meat
prices at both the retail and
wholesale level is now being con-
ducted by the Enforcement Di-
vision, Davis says. Specific com-
plaints on alleged evasive prac-
tices by some meat dealers are
being investigated, he added.
These complaints charge that
certain packers are putting out
lower grades under brand names
which formerly covered higher
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Barton's Bonbonniere
Holds Literary Contest
To stimulate creative writing,
Stephen Klein, president of Bar-
ton's Bonbonniere, announces a
contest among all children attend-
ing religious schools in the United
States and Canada. Prizes of a
$100 government bond, a $50 bond
and a membership in Barton's
Passover Sweet of the Month
Club have been announced.
Students are being asked to
write either an original poem, an
original story, or an essay on
some phase of Jewish life. These
may be written in English, Yid-
dish or Hebrew. Entries must be
submitted to the school's princi-
pal by Sunday, April 8. Three
prizes will be awarded in each
school: one for each of the cate-
gories. The school's prize winning
entry will then be submitted to
its city wide contest to be held
April 15. The winning entry for
the entire city will be eligible for
entry in the national contest to be
held April 18.
Ansin Elected To
School Office
Ronald M. Ansin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin, 228
40th St., Miami Beach, has been
elected president of the student
congress at Phillips Academy,
Andover, Mass. The student con-
gress, together with the student
council, governs a large part of
the school's activities'.
Young Ansin, who is now home
on vacation, is serving his second
term as a member of the con-
gress. He is also captain of the
varsity debate team, president of
the Philomathean Society, And-
over's 125-year-old debating or-
ganization, a member of the
student council and the head-
master's committee.
His father is active in the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
Dr. Kaplan To Speak
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, will speak on the as-
sociation's radio program over sta-
tion WKAT on Sunday March 25,
at 9:30 a.m. His topic will be
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jr^_Psvcholoqist'8 Desk
Marriage And Romance
*Jewisl> fk radian
PAGE 5 B
ilhirniiitliiil, nr-
.:. si for the pal
I iiiumenthal is
,; pH.VPhOlOgy -I
! of Examiners
,...,.. He win
.... any .iu--^ti'>iiv
,,i, is through this
thla icrles. Please
.
. Jewish horidlan.
Miami 18.Editor's
t I*'
vnr Dr- Blumenthol:
I hare beet! married more
,L two vears. M husband
.a I were intensely to love
tgour courtship .d /or
i.first sm- motif hs or so of our
. -.agr. Smcc that *y,1*M
Zms o have /town out of the
Sou-- We constantly bicker
irgue. The other day we
;.: ,he possibility of
or divorce. Can you
some suggestion*?
ANSWER:
statements as the
vi again from
irried because
h in love with
,1 nowafter a
marriage"love
v nished!
the patient's
nl interpreted
: an incurable
i dis-
.1 acted, m
,:nued for the
parties concerned.
i.. ic love rarely
vond the first year of
iage. One cannot build a
tturd) "n romantic love.
lould grow as the
age progresses. For with
marriage, love takes on a more
constructive basis for mutual giv-
ing, sharing and a whole system
ol habits which will make for
happiness in the family.
I am afraid that too many
young couples believe in the
fairytale ending ". and they
lived happily ever after." Thus
they became very apathetic and
are lulled into a false sense of
security as to the permanence of
their marriage.
Let us face it! Marriage is for
n...- mably emotionally mature
adults who can accept the re-
lilities for maintaining a
iage It is not for emotional
babies: It is not for the individuals
who want to "play house."
Most marriages ought to work
tut fairly successfully. Please
note words "work out." Marriage
is not a passive arrangement. It
; h on its own! It
requires an active participation of
both partiesthe actual working
at making the marriage a success.
They must learn to think in
terms of "we" instead of "I." They
must be eager to work out differ-
ences together whenever they
arise. They must be interested in
making each other happy and feel
"iat they are partners in the
mutual goal of satisfying their
joint dreams and hopes. This re-
quires that each individual be
desirous of learning "how to do"
jnd "doing it." It requires emo-
tional maturity, intelligent handl-
"18 and persistence to accomplish
a successful marriage.
Let me repeat, no marriage is
soundly built until married love
nas taken the place of romantic
Jove. Married love is sturdier and
more satisfying than romantic
ove. The former is an indication
01 maturity and points to a suc-
-scf,.l____ ~. ...
areeach as a lovable but still
human personality.
Many marriages end up in the
divorce curt, becau
clings to the illusions of rom
marriages and will not "work
out" the job of marriageor quits
before the job is finished.
For intelligent handling of those
marriages which are not "work-
ing out," consultation with an
accredited professionally trained
specialist is definitely a MUST!
Iowa Paper Assails I Local Chapter Of AJC
Church-School Move To Hear Book Review
nru m,mmpc. Mls- Max Shpn\. will revii w
DBS.MOINES-An attempt, by John Kersey's "The Wall" at the
ators to inject next regular meeting of the Mia
phy of Christianity rhantJ nt ,hn American Jew
into the public schools was con-
demn,,! last wick by the Des
M ::
Being "shocki d" at the narrow |
mindedness of this attempt,
Registi aid in an
"Members of the Jewish tann in American Jewish Congress. She
the United States are not Chris- ig here from New york doing
tlans in the technical sense, yet f^^ worK,
their ideals are precisely the same '
as other Americans, and they are
as devoted to democracy as any-
body else."
ami
! chapter of the American Jewish
Congress on Wednesday, March
28, at 1 p.m. in Burdine's Audi-
toi ium.
Another honored guest will be
:"elMrs. Newton S. Arnold, national
editorial, director women's division of
Radio Series Continues
"With Malice Toward AH"' is
the title of this week's program
in the Lest We ForgetThe New
Front:, r series to be heard on
Sunday, March 25, at 3:30 p. m.
station WKAT.
The Ni v. Frontier, produced by
the Institute for Democratic Edu-
ia pn sented in ('.
. through the cooperation of
Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
The Sunday School was Started
in Gloucester, England, in 173a.
Program In Memory
Of Arnold Volpe
Set For Saturday
A musical program in memory
of Arnold Volpe. composer and
first conductor of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra,
will be broadcast from the U. of
M. North Campus studios over
WKAT on Saturday. March 24, at
9 p. m. Mrs. Marie M. Volpe.
widow of the conductor, will be
interviewed by Judge Kenneth
Oka.
All numbers will be Volpe com-
positions. Participants include:,
n Bedetti, cellist: Joseph Tarp-
ley, piano: George Dubois, violin-I
. Jeffrey Stoll, pianist; Dr. Ar-
tu o Di Filippi, who will sing the
21 Psaln : :.'I a i tudenl qu i -
:. i with J hn Collins, t rst vio-
lin; Janet Kime,
Barbara Hill, viola; and John
Keith-, cello.
The program has been arrang-
ed for the Jewish Music Council
of Greater Miami by R
Strassburg, music consultant for
the Jewish Centers Association.
Membership Grows In
Cleveland Social Club
The recently-formed Cleveland
Social Club of Greater Miami
has announced a paid member-
ship of more than 125, according
to President Samuel B. Bloch.
The club's purpose is to unite
Miamians who are former Cleve-
landers on friendship ties of com-
mon interests. A recent picnic at
Crandon Park drew more than
300 former residents of Cleve-
land.
The next meeting will be held
March 27, at 8 p.m.. at the YM
& YWHA, Miami Beach.
Horowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Max
Horowitz, formerly of 710 Jeffer-
son Ave., will take place Friday.
March 23 at 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate at the ceremonies.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
Friedman To Speak
To Tronical Lodge
,i A. Friedman, a rial
B'nai B'rith youth commissioner,
will address the mei I
Tropical Lodge, B'l
thi ir egular meeting Tu<
. v, n :. M i :h 27. at Con
tion Beth Jacob.
Subject of Friedman's address
will be. "B'nai B'rith Youth Fac-
es the World of Tomorrow." He
will describe the five-fold train-
ing program featured in the AZA
and BBG organizations, the jun-
ior order of B'nai B'rith.
Program chairman, A. Budd
Cutler, will introduce the speak-
er and President Lewis Stern-
shein will preside.
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Binder Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Israel
Binder, formerly of 2837 Pinetrce
Drive, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. March 25 at 1 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr.
Binder is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Frank Berger, of Miami
Beach, two grandchildren, and one
great-grandchild. Mr. Binder was
one of the oldest members of the
Knights of Pythias Lodge of Bos-
ton, Mass., and also a member of
other charitable and fraternal or-
ganizations. Mr. Binder belonged
to Beth Tfilah Congregation of
Miami Beach. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
Tibetans drink an average
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of
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"i- Married love, as just dis-
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'Jew 1st Her Mian
Purim Reflections
FRIDAY, MARCH 23
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
If you want to get the real es-
sence of a thing, go to a people's
proverbs. And what did the
people say about Purim?
There is the Yiddish saying:
"Fever is no sickness and Purim
is no holiday."
Purim is a time to make a lot
of noise, a time when it is per-
missible, and even a Mitzvah, to
get drunk, but it is not a real
holiday. How can you compare it
to the lofty inspiration of Pass-
over, when a people dared to stand
up for freedom. Purim just re-
collects how a girl with a pretty
face succeeded in diverting a
rather idiotic king from his evil
and stupid designs.
Nor can we compare Purim
with the elemental festivals of
Shabuoth and Succoth. Shabuoth
recalls Mt. Sinai, the lowly moun-
tain which in the world's history
tops the highest peaks of the
Alps, and Succoth is full of the
universalistic earthly sap of the
harvest
So Yiddish proverbs concluded
that Purim does not stack up as
a holiday. But waitthere is an-
other Jewish saying which has
also come to be proverbial. It
says that "when the Messiah
comes and all other holidays have
been done away with. Purim will
remain."
This is a horse of another color. ,
Purim, this proverb tells us, is I Israel continues to make sports and tournev chairman Abe Lin-
toe only eternal holiday. headlines. The new state, not yet I denbaum. In Montreal, the com- ;
The two opinions are. in sharp three o]d jg ma | petition was chaired by Harry |
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A Purim masquerade iyT I
val will take place PtftfiS
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on Saturday March 24 A h
Children of both the Tow*
Beach schools will paginate'
a program of songs and rectal
turns. Prizes will be awarded j
the best costumes and a Quij
Esther and Mordecai will
chosen.
Refreshments will be served
the school PTA. The celcbraL
is under the supervision of th*
school principal L. Lasavin.
Sound waves have been nor I
ceived at a distance of 230
miles.
Dedication of a Sefer Torah and other sacram ental ornaments was held recently at the Jewish
Community Center of North Miami Beach. The Se fer Torah was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Moskowitz; the Eternal Light by Mr. and Mrs. D. A ugustus; and Menorahs by the Klion and Ratner
families. Pictured at the ceremonies are (I. to r.) Ca ntor Jacob Y. Goldring. Rabbi M. Katx. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, D. Rudinsky. Benjamin Moskowitz. Rabbi Jacob D. Katz, spiritual leader of the
congregation and Cantor Abraham Seif. ____________________^____^_
JEWS IN SPORTS
By BILL WOLF
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contradiction and yet it is not
difficult to understand them.
Purim essentially revolves about'take notice
the petty. Man's prejudices. There
is nothing that evokes the ro-
mantic in the fight with that.
Nevertheless these little petty
things are the eternal things of
]ife. As long as there are men,
we will face them
Prejudice will never entirely
disappear even after the coming
of the Messiahand neither will
Purim. But we have made some
success in diminishing the force
Of prejudice. I think the establish-
ment of the Jewish state has
helped a great deal as far as
Jews are concerned. It may be that
Jews are not loved any the more
today than before the establish-
ment of Israel, but there is no
question about the fact that the
, ; Sherman and directed by Morris
men all over the world sit up and Brucker
Among the top
items from Israel this week is
word that a prominent sports per-
sonality will visit the U.S. soon.
He's Arieh Attar, who'll direct
sports for the Maccabiah to be
held in Israel in 1953. His trip
here will be to line up athletes
for the Jewish Olympics, as he'll
be doing in other parts of the
globe
Alan Stein, Columbia forward
whom we mentioned a few j
columns back as a topnotch point- ;
maker, turned out to be a big
help where it counted. He scored |
17 points to lead the tally in the
game that clinched the Ivy Lea- I
gue crown for the Lions .
With spring in the offing, the |
various organizations are begin- j
ning to plan the upcoming ath-
I letic schedul
i
:tn_ sLiicuuics. Nat Kaplan, dl-
," stl11 'al,k of naming an rcctor of the Young Zionist Dis-!
K.n.H.,;,.^n...Ca.chJ..l.0 ,* Israel, jtrict of the ZOA. says plans are!
being made for an extensive pro- !
gram of sports among the youth. '
but there's no definite news yet.
Announcement is expected at any
time. '
Tennis fans will remember how-
Israel took part in the Davis Cup
On a nation-wide basis, there's to
be inter-sectional competition in j
soccer, tennis, track and possibly !
matches last year. The Israeli'swimming.
team managed to go as far as the At Portland, Oregon .the Jew-
second_round. then bowed to Po- | ish center played host recently
world's respect for the Jew has
increased. The Jews cannot now j land This year Israel is out. In- anlmpOTtaflTwestCoasThand'
be so easily stepped on. The es- |stead. Egypt will send a team., ball tournament It was the
The story behind it is this: The j championship doubles of the Ore-
Cup comittee in Europe gon Amateur Athletic Union .
tablishment of Israel has been a
kind of insurance policy for the
Jews of the world.
We have made much progress,
but Purim will ever remain, for
prejudice is a very vigorous
thing. It does not have nine lives.
It has nine million
many Hamans and
Purim." says another Yiddish
Davis
proverb.
decided to limit competition to
only one team from the entire
Middle East. The nod was given
to Egypt .
In soccer, Israeli teams have
lives. So been busy playing host to some i
e of the foremost squads from other
nations. Recently the top Swiss
And to wind up with another
Ri.t '. a i .u soccer team toured l!*ael. This,
But its good to know that we month a Yugoslav team is visiting'
have made some progress and the Maccabi. Hapocl invited a'
since I have been quoting Jewish soccer team from the French I
proverbs on the subject so much, army, also a boxing team from
let me conclude with another, France ... '
cheerful one: "On Purim. we have I
no Yesurim Well, the basketball season is
[dribbling away rapidly and must
jof the tournaments are over. The
: big event was the' Jewish Welfare
.Board competition at Montreal
I March 10 and 11. Capacity crowds
of 1,400 jammed the gymnasiums
where the tourney was held.
Congrats for the wav in which
the affair was handled go to the
leadership responsible, specifical-
ly the following: Charles L. Orn-
stein, chairman; Col. Harry D.
Henshel. vice chairman of the
nu National Health and
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dAY, MARCHU1951
A Room And Two Eggs
-Jmlsli ncr/diari
PAGE 7B
L SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
wineists and sociologists
^t hat the average per-
Pi? fu"y f* the sign-
"ca !f sums that run into
"/J multi-millions, of
10 ManV PPPle are ,m"
SbfthefartthattheUJA
r engaged in a national
^n to"ai.se over $200,000,-
Wcver. the importance of
', individual contributions be-
Linsignificant in comparison
*Jh The magnitude of the
mav depress rather than
tJihe individual contributor
ft necessity of giving the
>* that he can afford.
i Israel has taken in over
immigrants in three years
, difficult to comprehension.
, 1 trip to Israel last year,
things occurred that lm-
yci themselves upon me to a
[mater extent than any of the
tT amount of figures and
Lies that have been compiled
Eg* the needs of the UJA.
llB order to appreciate these
tevents, I must state I went to
I to visit mv son, Charles,
II had taken there in 1949,
_,, he was fourteen years of
.tostudv at the Herzlia Gym-
sum, a high school in Tel Aviv.
ad left him with a family who
I not need the money I was
rjug for food and board but
like most Israeli families,
kv had someone living with
because rooms are scarce
beyond belief. He shared
Ibedroom.
.luring the first few days after
/arrival, Charles always want-
f to be in the hotel and only in
roomnot even to stay in
; lobby. On the fourth day, I
ally remarked: "What is the
mfic allure and attraction that
i room has for you? It is just
I ordinary hotel room." His re-
i was: "Daddy, you don't know
la! it means to be alone in a
pm. You don"t know what it
fans to know that no one can,
(thout a 'by-ynur-leave' open
fir door. You don't appreciate
Ivacy."
liy son did not say this com-
iamgly. In America he had
frays had his own room and
Idid all his friends. He had ac-
lired the Israeli habit of con-
Ibuting his share without adula-
In or glory, but still there was
Beaming to be able to be alone
la room.
The second conversation took
ce on the day I was to leave
Lydda, Israel's international
ort at 5:30 in the morning. On
(previous evening. I had told
lrles that it was not necessary
for him to go to the a*rport with
me after he stated that he so
desired. As a considerate father
I did not want him to arise at
such an early hour. However, he
insisted and said: "I must tell
you the truth, Dad. I really want
to see you off but I also want to
go to Lydda because there the
international travelers can have
two eggs for breakfast and I
haven't had that for almost a
year."
His ration, like that of other
Israelis, was three eggs a week.
He and all other Israelis are pull-
ing in their belts so that they can
share their limited food supplies
with many thousands of immi-
grants still in seception centers,
temporary camps and working
villages.
I wonder how many people in
this land of plenty would get up
at five in the morning and make
a round trip of forty miles in
order that they could have two
eggs for breakfast? Perhaps the
telling of these small personal
incidents will make clearer the
crying need for more housing and
food in Israel. Your UJA contrib-
ution to the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation will help towards
speeding the day when these con-
ditions no longer exist.
So You Think Your
Taxes Are
NEW YORK CITY (AJP) _!
Along about this time of year
many an American will grumbl-
mgly grope through his pockets
to pay his annual income tax. As
the bucks leave unwillingly hands
across the nation, many a sturdy
taxpayer might take to drink to
soften the blow. It doesn't often
serve to soften aroused ires by
smart-aleking "You don't know
how lucky you are!" but have you
ever considered what the average
citizen of Israel pays out in the
form of income taxes?
A man in Israel with a wife
and two children making $64 a
week must pay out the average of
7 percent of it for taxes. His
cousin in America under the same
circumstances would have to pay
only 4 percent.
If that man with his wife and
two children in Israel were pro-
moted to foreman in the shop
where he works, and was making
$113 a week, he would have to
pay 20 percent of it for taxes.
Again his lucky cousin in America
promoted to the same wage scale
would only have to pay 10 per-
cent.
Now if both men were pro-
moted to management executives
and each was making $28,000 a
year the Israeli would have to
pay 55 percent of it for taxes
while the American would be hit
for only 25 percent Assume now
that both men became presidents
of their respective factories and
make $140,000 a year to take home
to their wives and children. Be-
fore they get home with it, the
Israel government takes 66 per-
cent while the American must
sacrifice only 58 percent.
The profits of corporations in
Israel are taxed at a rate of 50
percent. However a large part of
this tax is credited toward the
personal income of the sharehold-
ers. There are many such ar-
rangements in the tax system of
Israel to encourage investment by
American businessmen. The basic
savings amount to a credit al-
lowed by the Israeli government
toward personal income on taxes
paid out as stockholders in a
corporation. This avoids a double
taxation which frequently occurs
under the American system.
Among the many baits in the
Israeli tax law to encourage
American investment in Israel is
the maximum of 25 percent for
taxes placed on profits and divi-
dends going to American inves-
tors. In the United States similar
investments can be taxed as high
as 58 percent.
There are at present negotia-
tions going on between Israel and
the US government for a re-
vised tax treaty. If these negotia-
tions follow the same pattern as
U.S. tax treaties with other na-
tions, even more advantages will
accrue to the American investor.
Credits will be allowed for taxes
paid to Israel on dividends to
Americans by an Israeli corpora-
tion.
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RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN, Officiating
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Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven.
Rabbi Da Koven will officiate at
, Pi Hay at 8:15 p.m.
Confirmation Class of 1952
i-t i ni'h Thui sdaj at 4 p in.
Temple Isaiah (Reform). Town
& Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P.
Mann.
venlng al 8 SO
, ondm ti 'l bj R ibbl Mann, He will re-
view the book "The Marriage (Sulde."
Ha tin. I anil Esthei Kilns. Ai 11
rabbi will conduct :i Sabbath
rvlce "n the -- ii over WIN/.. Ill*
III be "I I.ii mony In the Family."
m school Sunda3 from 10 to
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Sunday school from 9:45 to 1- noon.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Laud-
erdale and Hollywood (Reform).
1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort
Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson.
rabbi.
Services Friday .-it 8 p.m. Dr. Ranson
will preach Hebrew sessions Saturday
10 a.m.; religious school Sunday l*:4..
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:1a.
Saturday morning services at 10.
Temple Both El (Conservative),
I 630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Manuel Greenslein.
Friday i p.m.:
S iturday morning 9 a.m Hebi w
I school :: p.m Daily Mon.-Thura, Sun-
ho 10 a.m,
Congregation ioung Israel (Or-
thodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach.
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T'Fereth Israel Congregation of
Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
6:30 p.m.;
Saturday 9 a.m All residents In that
area are Invited t" attend.
N. W. Religious Congregation.
3681 N. W. 2nd St.
Services Saturday morning at 9:00
o'clock.
Northside Jewish Center,
Douglas Gardens. 5028 N.W. 7th
Ave.
Friday evening at s p.m. i-onducted
by Cantor Ben Oroasberg, Dally re-
ligious school Monday through Thurs-
day 3:45 to j. Sunday school 10 to
noon.
Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben
Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshi-
boih Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon
Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave.
Services dally 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.;
Mincba 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Friday-
evening services at sundown.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative). 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldrina.
Late Friday evening service at 8:30.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on
"The Laughter of PurlmA Lesson
in Survival." Saturday morning serv-
Ire at :'. the rabbi will preach on the
Weekly Portion ..f the Law. Bar
Mitzvah nf Robert, son "f Mr. and
Mrs Alfred Stone, Cantor Jacob V
- will chain, assisted by the
ntei Choir under the direction
11.man. Saturday bible i i iss
p ni followed by Shalos j
iiei.rcw thodox), 935 Euclid Ave.,
Miami
Rack-
Beach. Rabbi Joseph .
ovsky.
Friday evening services at 5:30.
Saturday morning at S:30 the rabbi
will preach on the Portion of the
Week Mim ha at 4:311 p.m. followed
by Shalos Kcudos arid Marrlv serv-
ices Dally service 7:30 a.m.
followed by class in .Mishna. Minchn at
t> p.m. followed on Sundays, Tuesdays
and Wednesdays by class In Laws and
Customs, and on Mondays and Thurs-
days by chiaa In Jewish Legends of
the Talmud.
Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox).
Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi
H. Horowitz.
Services 30 p.m. Friday. Dally
services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Cong. Monticello Park, N.E
163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob
D. Kaiz.
at 6:4s p.m.
Late Friday evening services at 8:30
iturday morning set vies at :;
Sunday school al 10 a.m. Late Friday
at 8:30 p.m.
Hebrew Academy. 918 6lh St.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
i' 7:3U a.m, and
pin.; Sh I i 'l.' morning al
arvli 6 i 3 p.m,
Saturday al 4 p.m. there will be a
otoi v hour for children of the entire
community, Refreshments will be
served and Hebrew dames and songs
'-.ill be taught by Bobble Lauer.
Mlncha at 5:43 p.m. and shalos Seudos
following, Sunday morning servli e al >>
At 4:30 a class in Cnumlsh and Rasha
will be held by Mr. Goldstein.
Temple Israel, "The Temple on
the Lake," 1901 North Flagler
Drive, W. Palm Beach. Richard
E. Singer. Rabbi.
Sabbath eve services Friday, v i".
p m. Rabbi Singer will speak. A Bab-
bath candles will be lit. A Sabbath
hour of refreshment and fellowship
win follow the services, Sabbath morn-
ing services Saturday, 11:15 p.m.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho-
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E.
Tambor.
Friday evening services at 5:80 p.m.
Cantor Jacob E. Tambor will chant
the musical portion of all services
Saturday morning services al I 10
Mitzvah of Michael, son of
and Mrs Barnes H. Sollo-
Junior Congregation l" m ;
Class r,:oo p.m.; Mlncha 8:00
Bun-
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followed by breakfast In the patio, Ji
service 9:30 a m. Saturday morning In
the assembly hall of the school build-
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through Thursday from 3:3U
> it da} school 10 to l.'
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a.m
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* Sunday in
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center.
50 N.W. 51st Place.
Rabbi Jacob 11. Kaplan will be
speaker Friday night. His topi
Ha
Mr,
was
Talmud
p.m. followed by Shalos Shudos
day School io a.m. to II noon
Religious School 3:30 to :;:;" p.m :
Dally Sen-Ices 7:30 a.m. and 8:80 a.m ;
Reading Class, Mishna .'. p.m.; Mlncha,
dally 6:00 p.m. On Wednesday al 7
p.m.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox). 301-311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. Cantor Louis Feder.
Friday evening services at 6:00.
Saturday morning at g:so the rabbi's
topi,- win be "The Offerings of our
People. Mlncha at 6:00 followed by
Hnalos Sudos. Itabbl will speak on the
Portion of the Week Quest speaker.
iiahi.i l. Langner, the Strettlner
grand Rabbi. Dally religious achool
Monday through Thursday, 3:30: Sun-
day : to 18 noon.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
servative), Coral
flabbl Joseph E. Rackonl
818 Michigan Avsnui
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
XvjGUST BROi Ry,
' /'/< atsTf
u^f"
. Way and 26th
Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev.
Maurice Mamches.
, 1 i "*' "/"agogus Today. Rabbi I '-a Friday evening services at
.'. Cantor Maur
Kaplan is a former professor of the
university of Miami. Monday through
Friday s.-rvices at 7:30 a.m. Saturday
! r an" S"nday at s a.m. Mlncha
at 5:80 pm, followed by Maarlv at 6
p.m dally.
Downtown Synagogue (form-
erly old Beth David), 135 N.W.
3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitt.
Friday evening s,r\..... at 6 cm Sat-
urday at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi will
speak on ,hp VonUm of ,he w
Study group meets at 5:15 with Mlncha
stia,o85W b> Bh" Sudothnind
Sunday morning
ervic
Kaplan.
a
Maarlv
8:30
Temple Israel (R.form). 13?
NX. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot
Rabbi. Dr. Jacob H-
Rabbi Emeritus.
"Doss Reform Judaism Hav* ,
,i! be the subject of the
sermon to be dellvere.1 by U \
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Jewish
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Beth David Choir under the direction
o' 1- mii .Shlff wlU conduct the service,
llabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and
SU'i J"J. ,.reBe>t Day Reflections."
I his .Sabbath dedicated to National
/;, in, J,wl1Hh1 Women. Mrs. Harold
l.u ; ThS |,rl,ay evening service
Will also be dedicated to the Star
c.'"'.'h. 1 .."'"i" "'r',n Y,,UI,K W""-
rici,, iC'loWJ?K, ""''"bers will par-
J l\ ^it Kl,-i"' l>rHrl Kaplan and
Airtaine Spiegel. The floral offering
b) Mr. and Mrs. Ell ilurwltz on the
M,7""",n ^ ,hl'ir """ Martin's Bar
nitsyah. The i meg Shebbatl following
the services will be sponsored by the
"/Chapter Saturday morning'serv-
'a'",,' *J5:i :""' stiid.-iu services al
,'" ThiJ ^nnirday momlns Bar
and Mrs, Ell ilurwltz.
-silo!?1*** Cenle* (Consarvative)
3198 S. W. 24th Terr
i-,i!i'.",'v s"'1vi''" T and B:80 p.m.
I da; in,.-!,, a, .: Saturday al 8:30
'.'"- ","!"" ''"- >< p.m. Min
at S followed bv shalos Sudos.
!,'.', ,"" "'f"'-"- Sunday
i urim Ball March 88
'eider at v p.m.
,-.Con.9re9a,,0I> Kneseth Israel
(Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave
Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
cha
Hal.Li
school
at the
Jewixh Laws and Customs. Miurt
follow. Sunday the l',-herhwdl
hold services at : a ni. fllow
breakfast and cultural pi
host for breakfast sins sundayl
be Abraham Werman IM
school daily Monday through
lay from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m
day religious school nt
noon. Registration daily in the
Temple Betn Snoiom it
4144 Cbase Ave Miami
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Ca
Samuel Kelemer.
FYiday evening service! at
Rabbi Kronish will m ...ik on
Pi lestly I look and I. i.r.il JN
Saturday morning
Bat Mitzvah of Robert, BonofJBfl
Mrs. Milion Berglasr SundSJ
9:4."> a.m. Hebrew school every
day afternoon. Adult lb-brew ell
Wednesday 7:i.". p.m
Miami Hebrew School and (
gregation (Orthodox). 1101
12th Ave. Rabbi Simon
Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday evening services at ^'y,J
Friday- evening services at 8:1*..
April will speak. Saturday morniSI
9. Bar Mitzvah of Paul, "
and Mrs. Sam BwartS. Mishna:
p.m. followed by Min. ha. Shalos.
and Maarlv. Hebrew school daiB
to 6:30 p.m. Daily services r.*H
and 6 p.m. Sabbath morning sn
at 9. Rabbi will speak on the
Forum of the Law. Sunday sctM"*]
Purlm Carnival 10 to 18 noon.
Jewish Community
(Conservative). 2020 P
Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. 1
Cantor Mordecai Feinernan.
FVIday evening services at "
Friday services at S:30. BabN
wlll conduct the service'. Jh' 1
will be "The Hook of BsttW
Saturday morning """* ,h.
Rabbi Honig win preach o" "..
tlon of the Law bunday l i
Children's Purlin OarnM* ;
evening bazaar Pally '">"
a.m. A Mlny.in can !> artasn
any evening by calling Cl
North Shore Jewish
(Conservative), Biseayne
mentary School Cafetorium,1
St. and Dickens Ave. Philips
Spiritual Leader. ,
Friday evenli I i
Itabbl Philip I. i.d i
Mill.-ha
I by a i n
Ri I


, MABCH 23, 1951
0 Pledged
[ted Cross Drive
*Jewisti irkriidHrmn
PAGE 9 B
rin
, Chapter of the
S3 ntered the
SofHs annual fund drive
I I dost ,-,.-
/(mm chairmen
1^1 $142,154 has been --
'.;. ML neralchair-
W1*' i that
ieff. '1'"i'1
Chthefinal >al by the end
for March
I County divi-
Eve reached their quota, ac-
K t0 rep is from their
C^en this week.
are the El Portal area.
IbyMrs w- Cooke,
Etas l|U"''1 *
Beach sec-
Samuel
n r the top
[
L jj thi 'he major
ervice th-
under 0. 1 ne Housh.
liquota Roush re"
I nver 90
een raised.
ie:top ranking livisions in-
"ihe retail merchants, of
Kg T. J chairman,
the coir:- 1 by John
ts SI8.882.
(.730. Both
lev,. 60 : quota.
I tent ap-
|> completes
idiv ition for

I n, for-
ttee head,
Ibeen ap; man of
legal div
J m i if the
i has ap-
I i to con-
Jl unty em-
1 .'ill head
1- ees,
I cha
l division,
are still
! areas ... not bei n
I volunteer
I 89-6661,
i ntial area
HttlJco.
OHITIAIIIES
SAMUEL BERNSTEIN
SamuaJ K. Bernateln. 82 founder
'.'............ni .1 the .v, ,
Oliver Co. .., \, v,,u. ,, ..,, Baturlay
ol i heart attack al hi. Miami
'""' founded the coi.....,,.-. ,..
60 yeara ago and retired 2 yeara ago
Miami Beach, n
1603 Knclld Ave. Mr. Bernateln
vn.,1 bj hla Wife, Mis. .-
s In; rour :-ms. in. : idlnu Phliin -
Miami Beach, \ Ice i> esidi i
cimpanj. and u ilauirhti i a,
the
......i "' 'ill 11'.; II11 r. s.
'|| Riveralde
Memorial ( hapel, Miami B,
tc and bui lal u be |n xen
MA-X LEHRMAN
,'... of 801 N K. THh St.. ,,,,-s.ii awas
Man h l .. He w nl here i ir
69 >-eara i omlng from New t'o k ll,'
' "'iii ii i........lui
Surviving are his
Rose; son, Abraham, of Miami; I
daughtera, Mis Louia Uibba of Talla
Ihaasee, Mrs. Alvln Cotton, Llndale
'.- :i1"1 Mra. Kara Tral.....r, of
Sacramento; also tc n grandchildren
s. i vl, ea were conducted In Cordon
! Home with Rabbi Max
Shapiro offlcla put to ih
n the !" isi. Section i i w.....I-
lawn Park.
SAMUEL RUTTER
......t 1301 rlnininco \\ |
away March 13th. Hi e here 12
'-" from B.....klyn I
ol Hoffman's Cafelei In
He I'm ea hla If, M
She lili.n. one daughtc r, S
; Franklin, >.f Boaton; two lirother,
II. i in.hi. i,i .\, u Voi k and Nathan, of
Urookl) n; one .-i.-i.-i-, Vetta I i ux, Mi-
ami I leach, s.i \ I, n re i >ndw ted
in the Miami Beach Blka Club with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating Ar-
rangementa were In charge of Miami
Beach Riverside Intermenl t".ik place
in Mi. N. bo 'emetery.
MRS. RACHEL LEE JANIGER
: DOlM Michigan .\ ^ i u s
awa) on thi 16th She
.\. yoi k i'
ieavi a oi a nd l
ea were held
rlc u Mi i: ihbl M ha) I' Mann
I Ing. Intel inct-nt took
Mt. Sll
BENJAMIN KAPLAN
B I.
flway on Man h ; h. Hi

a i el Ired w n r of the ^
Key (-on il H I eavc
thre, H uel and Irving. ol Mi -
. i r, i I'.. Hi
two do hn a nd
l: Kaufman, both ol Win
i
i Bead R
Rabbi .i -I'll li Rai fflc lut-
ing. I n i. rment took
isical Program
teduled I or Aged
ew Purim
being ar-
Mi licov,
t, for the
Aged at
N E. 53rd
I 5 25, at 2:15
program
g, inter-
im, and
i Polishe
| Paul Heck.
I in,,ii i;
:; } ,: nist, with
the piano.
rve as
my Miss
' in and Dr.
ARTHUR FARMER
56, of 121 t'o Una Ave pasaed awa>
on the 19th 11< leave ins nIfe, Vic-
kie. Mr. Farmer waa an engraver and
came here four yeara ago from New
York. Servicea were held In Miami
Beach I a with Rabbi Mob, s
loff officiating. Interment t-'k
Place it. Mi b'lnal Cemetery.
Np Will Present
mm In The Streets"
' Democracy
Presem, K in the
,nn I .y. March
over station
iStJS >'s wedi'i program
,: i veil Thing,
io "ra"' J P- Fox, Vic
11 and G Marx.
Li1 3:30
tejoonwa and
J METAL WORKS
See or Phone Me
NAT GANS
3-4616 4-9981
LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS
Metropolitan Life ln. Co.
907 Blacayne Bldg.
19 W. Flagler St.
69
Marc
four
New
Beac
i.. ul
i:..i
\l
12 E
In M
Isaa
plac e
'.....few -;;
A" Rabbi
"K. Inte.....,,, took
' -M' ......ni.'.
di
SAMUEL HIRSCH
M I,';.; i- -|'i Coral w?r- """"ed away
mi. Milton; daughter, Mrs. Irving
Ainoici. The remains were sent to
foi nervlcei ami
nl bj rdon (Mineral Home.
waa a
waa
JOSEPH LINDER
ol 121 N'.w. :a,l Ave
away i uddc nlj March 17 li
I for six yea
He
in the Down Town Synagogue io|,l
;"' l' i'i' H irviving are Ins wife,
i- I it, Mich.; thrc i
Sara Ackner, Miami,
Mis. bather Main-. Flint, and Ms
Blanche Dun, Flint; three brother*
nd Nathan, all ,,f
itt8burgh; thrc. tera, Mrs. Fannie
Rice, Mis. Bella I euateraharn and
Mra. Beaaie Flnkelatein, all of Pitta-
burgh; also i, ii grandchildren; thn e
real i | dren. Servicea ere
n Oordon Funeral Chanel by
Rabbi Marvin Zelkowltx. following
which the i, aent i" Flint
for further s. i\i,-,-.- and Interment.
SftNDS MEMORIALS
THE FINEST IN
HEBREW MONUMENTS
2759 FLAGLER ST.
Israel Educator To
Speak To Zionists
Khaime Riskin. supervisor of
Agricultural Education for the
State of Israel, will be guest
speaker at the next meeting of
tin Miami Beach Zionist Lunch-
eon Club on Wednesday, March
28. at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor.
according to Harold Shapiro,
chairman.
While in this community, Riskin
will be a guest of the Dade Coun-
ty Board of Public Instruction
and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B.
Liebman of 1748 Biarritz Drive.
Miami Beach. Riskin. who will
speak on "The Training of Youth
in Agriculture," will study the
agricultural educational progress
of the schools in this area.
Harold Shapiro will be the
toastmaster, Charles H. Lee will
report on Israel news and Jacob
('. Fishman will lead community
singing.
Assisting Shapiro with arrange-
ments are Daniel M. Broad, Paul
Eisman. Canto: Kelemer,
Sam Prosterman and Irving
Schatzman.
Gables Young Folks
Schedule Outing
The Coral Gables Young Adult
Group is sponsoring an all-day
outing at Carmel Ranch on Sun-
day, March 25, according to
Reuben Nordenbcrg, president.
Activities planned for the day
include swimming, riding, square
dancing, haviides and a barbecue
dinner.
Reservations must be made by
Friday. March 23, according to
Nordenberg. Further inform
and rest i vati >ns may be made by
calling Miss Abby Silverstein at
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The Loyalty Club of Eniunah l
Chapter 175. O.E.S., will sponsor
a costume ball on Saturday night,
March 24, at the American Legi in
Hall. 182H Alton Road, Miami
Beach.
All past worthy matrons and
patrons will participat and
I ceremonial march. Prizes will be
awarded tor the best costumes,
and there will be dance mu
Mentv Weiden and his orchestra.
Sidney Palmer, past patron, will
be m ister of cerem >nii s. General
chairman of the ball is Mrs. Henry
Rabin, pas- matron. H >sts I
evening will be Dr. George A.
Graham, worthy patron, and Mrs.
David Alper. worthy matron.
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PAGE 10 B
vjewist Fhrldtfan
FRIDAY,
march
9 Seek 3 Seats On
Gables City Council
Three open seats on the Coral
Gables city commission are being
sought by nine candidates, in-
cluding one woman, according to
! pplications filed up to last Tui j-
's midnight deadline.
Two of the nine persons, Com-
ner IT>; >.- i< I Hendrick and
' tayor W. Ki ith Phillips, ..re in-
bi nis who want to exchange
tions.
The female cai
1 ucilli P. Neher of 3004 Segovia
S ho, with her husband, M H.
Neher, has be< n i perating a
laundry and dry cleaning busi-
ness
Other candidates are Thomas
J. IJlake. president of Fidelity
Title Co.; John E. Junkin of the
Miami Daily News advertising
department; S. A. Shikany, re-
tired businessman; Richard A.
Marchall, Thomas A. Horkan Jr.
and Stephen Hessen.
Commissioners held over for
another term are Thomas C.
Mayes and Fred B. Hartnett.
The election will take place
on April 10, and the new com-
missioners and mayor take office
< n April 13.
.THE COHSNS*
IOF BR.D0E. ?l)
LEGAL NOTICE
Mrs. Baron Named To Convention Post
Reception Postponed
The membership reception
.-< heduled by the Miami Jewish
Community Center to be held at
the Hubert Richter Hotel on April
1. has been postponed because i i
t'ne urgency of the Fedei
campaign, said Mrs. Ben Essen,
chairman. It is now scheduled t"
take place at tile Variety Club
atop the Alcazar Hotel on Sunday,
May 6. at 8 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCI IT I'OI'IIT OK TUK
KI.KVKNTH .irillCIAI- fllKTIT
IX ANI1 l"K 11 \l i: t'ol \ n
RUM IN CM VNi 'KISY, \
' -7.
V M-IA.M M IMRKi i\V, I'l Intlff, vs.
M.ICK JKNNIXll.S HARROW, !>.-
fi-ndi '
\ Of, ALICE JRNNIN i. IMIUti i\V,
V> Kc York
' .....
mi Hu-
nt tin no) l M Ill \\ \'.
' r.i-..\ n. Iluililini;, M ii I' ui jii
.
I".- vk of the < rl .'! or
' the 16 da) of Apt II, 1951, othet -
wise n ilecror pro eonfesim
you
Utted this 1 rinj of Mnrt-h, I I
i-: B i.i.wthkk.m ,\
clerk of I hi i vim t
ill four) x. .-ii
Bj Wit W. STOCKING,
: I 6-1.1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE I'lltCriT I'tU'RT Ol THK
KLEVENTH Jl'DK'IAL. ClRCflT
IN AND full DADE COl'NTY.
RIDA, IN .11 V-NCKRY, No
S 176.
J" "MKNICK LOO \\ V Pla i tiff. vs.
U.A 1.' ;.\na. Defendant
STELLA I.....ANA. nil
Byrai .-. X, h Vol k.
o".. ., i opy of your
' wer to the Bill ol Complaint for
......n plaintiff's attorney,
HAROLD SHAPIRO, 827 i
: each, Florida, nnd file
- I In the !'.....( the Clel
i ilii> i '..in i on or before Api II 9
thei wise a 1.....ree Pro i
I be enteri d against j nu
IIATE11 Mar. Ii 9, 1951
i: B LEATHERM.VN, I
ill Court
Bj K. II RICE JR
' Clerk.
: 30 i 6
Tune in
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Fridays 10:15 A.M.
Sundays 2-3 P.M.
Directed and Announced by
NOTICE TO APPEAR OR
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE ClRCflT COCRT OF THK
1 ITH JCDICIAI. i'IKi TIT IN AND
l'i >R DAI >B I'l H'NTY, I 'I.' Hill 'A
IN I'll VNCERY, NO 139
HAROLD B SI'AKT. Trustee, Plain-
tiff, \ HELKNK SWIFT,
known i bi dead or alive, THK
I'NKNOWN SI'Ot'SE, HEIRS, l>E
VISEES, OR VNTKES, CREDIT" Hi*
lilt OTHER PARTIES CLAIM1NO
BY, THROl'tiH, I'NDER OR
AGAINST HELENE SWIrT, AND
HER I'NKNOWN HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES OR ALL
PERSONS HAVING "II CLAIMING
ANY INTEREST IN THE FOL-
LOWING DESt'RIBED LANDS:
LI IT 19, IN I'.l.i ii K 38, i !" COH II.
GABLES, SKI 'Tit >N II Al '-
i 'i IRI i|NG 'l'i i I'lli: PLAT THERK-
Ol RKCtlRDEH IN PLAT I'.ooK
V AT PAGE SB, OF THE PPI1LH"
RECORDS OF DADE COl'NTY,
I- U IRII 'A, I fondants
To THE DEFENDANTS VBOVE
NAMED
YOI", AND BACH OF YOl*. nre
d In lull
I plaint has bei ti brouitht ngnii I
bj ii \ia 'ii' n si'akt ti iti ihi
ff. i.....i titi<
I plaintiff and to remot ..
|.i the |""|----v herein
i pil ind you are i
servi f y.mi nswer oi

: ttnrneyf \
fc S ie( ii Lim -In l: m.I. '
!' I'.ol .....
answi r n ple.i off of
the i" t|
!
16th da I If you rail to
do so i he alloc itions of tin
I'omplaint will In
Involve i In this
i '."i. i .. ),,<,. i- loi Ida an I
'- more pat Ucularly desei Ibi I ns
: lion
Lot 19, in l'.i'" k 26, of Coral
Gables, Sei-tlon "I-".", according t"
the plat thereof, rei ) 1 In p
Book -. nl P ice .....i the Public
Ri rds of I will i unt; i oi Ida
DATED this 16 .lav of Marc h, I'-
ll B LBATHBRMAN,
i 'h ',: of the
Dade County, Florida,
II i '.!: l Sa-nl)
Bj WM VV s'I'i 'KINO
NATHANSON, OK \ & SPAKT
s. tor ii,,. !!.,
10 I .i-l::
Appointment of Mrs. Robert
Baron as chairman of the women's
division of the stale B'nai B'rith
convention, to be held in Miami
Beach April 28. 2!) and 30. has
announced by Mrs. Albert
Moss of West Palm Beach, presi-
dent of the State Federation of
B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters,
Mrs. Baron will act as the
liaison official between the wom-
en's chapters in the southern part
of Florida and the local men's
convention committee headed by
general chairman, E. Albert
Pallot.
Assisting Mrs. Baron with con-
: vention plans will be Mrs. Irving
I Hoffman, women's co-chairman
| and president of the Hollywood
j Women's Chapter, and Mrs. Wil-
| liam Wolfson, second co-chairman
of Tampa, Fla., and state chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
Committee.
For information regarding the
three-day state conclave to be
held at the Casablanca Hotel,
I women delegates and other in-
| terested persons may contact Mrs.
'Baron at 2-7019 (evenings).
Auxiliary Plans Port
A meeting of the Miami I
Auxiliary will be held Mo
March 26 at 1 p.m. in the
I Center. Purpose of this me,
| is to plan a Purim affair thai
| take place soon.
Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer is t,
man, and Mrs. Isador CoheJ
chairman. Committee consis
Mesdames Lewis Brown
Daum, Leon Eber, Harry Sim
Joseph Fine. Isadore Fine
Geltner, Esther Goodman, J
H. Katz, Sophie Rosenthal,]
liam Schneidman and Rose'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE I'OI'NTY Jl'DGE s I
IN" AND l'i ilt DADE COl'NTY
FLORIDA. IN PUOBATE, No,
.' >. IS
In Re ESTATE 'I-
ALEX J \Y Ri ISE
Deci i8i i1
To All Credit and All P. i Rons II iv-
""' I 'einands Against Said
Egl m
v f you are hereby
' I "'"I required to present anv
claims and demands which you, or
elthei ..f j ou, may ha\ aga nst the
' Vlex Js Ri de< eased
Miami, I >ade Countv, Plot d
to the 11 ii W F Blanton, C
Judgri : pade Co inty, and fl .
in His office In the fj
l ourthi '.I iade I 'out tv, I
hi alendar months from
' "I the first publ atlon here-
...
t;nn the legal address of the claimant
:iinl to !" bwoi ii i.......I presented us
afoi ild oi ime will l... bai
Date Man li 16th, a i i
BERTHA 1. ROSE
As Administratrix of thi Est
.\|. \ Jay !:...-.. I leccased
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1023 Seyhold Blilg.,
Miami, i i
Attornej for Administratrix
10 i ;-!:;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
M NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eni
business undi r the fictitious i i
Mm tins Beauty Salon at I
Crandon Boulevard, Blscayne K
Miami, Florida, intends to
>:oil name with the Clerk
ult Court of Dad
V.
if the '.: -
Countv, Fl i .
----- Yri ..,,., < ountv, riorlda.
I/8-J-16-2? B(-'DNER, Sole
ix- -,m.?TICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF Till'
'''''I JUDICIAL CIrV-UIT OF
Cp| NTY. IN CHANCERY Caae
No. i:i440. ^
MADELEINE BLOMMAERT I
Iff. vs. CHRISTOPHER I'
BLOMMAERT, Defendant '
TO: ChrUtophet P, Blommaert,
I8J Ity Island Avenue,
Bronx 04, New York, New York
,' "" '"' required to sei 11......iy
of your answer to the complaint for
divorce on the plaint Iff -
Arm.1.1 Watts, -.r.i's N,, We8| jj'j
Avenue, Miami, Florida, and fl!,. the
orlg-lnal In the office of the
court clerk on or before April 12th,
Dated tiii.s March nth ii-,i
E. B LBATHBRMAN,
._. Clerk Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Real)
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B MARCH 23, 1951
+JmMi noridg&n
PAGE 11 B
LEGAL
NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ov PUBLICATION
fHK 1; HCIAL CIRCUP
PrSi.* IN \Nl> ,R HADE
f!-'f 1 IN CHANCERY, No.
I.D.N.IAMIN. I'liliH-
R^BAN ILN.IAMIN, 1>. -
IVOBCE
d thai a Bill
has been
.a are re-
. ., your Answer
, complaint
... ,., CHERTKOF
K5" mpla Build-
IjgJ," d fll ,.-.
Pleading In the
( the Circuit
'i ,,'before the II day ol
lo ao, judg-
l&Setiult be taken against
K the wile' i""<>"> '" ,he
I Mished once
}\ eCUtlve Weeks
sft'lsS 0R1 "Miami,
~ftfin "' Ma""' AU
\T B LEATHERMAN, clerk
feHCw't. Da I. County, Florida.
iK^wfTw. BTOCKIJJO.
Deputy Clerk.
BTKOF AND K KUBH
1 Unapla Bu Ming
S^Tfo^PIalntlfl
Eh i_:
InRDER OF PUBLICATION
I"-*ir."fiT "l'RT (>F THK
PS-VntII Jl"ll< i.m. circuit
FmiltlPV IN \M> nR DADE
f"n IN CHANCERY, NO.
Jm JIAXTBCON, Plaintiff, vs.
Botha m \S"i-i> "i >N, Defendant.
Tmaktma UANTBCON
J|Xvrth Main Si
t ..... red and re-
,ur answer
, .. for 1 'iv.ii.i-.
I ,l herewith,
[ nd ,,! n"'
of the Clerk of
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cniEEMAN,
lit Court.
cie
B) WM W
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I
STOCKING,
Deputy Clark.
hOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I RIVEN that
| ;to engage in
I ;.. name of
Penna) Ivanla
. v .i to register
' mm ifith Clerk of the
Pl ''. .".nitv, Florida*.
CHARI.I ABEL
MILDRED FREEMAN
Ik'K AND BHAPIRO _
|
Road
In- i *
[lOTtCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
riCE Id HEKER GIVEN that
ktdurjiitneil, lies 8 to engage In
. del |oufl name of
[Mti Sales C at 138 N.W.
ptrt, v Intends to
I- ; the I llerk of
Circuit i de County,
I
STANLEY I'ELDMAN,
t
OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I engage In
it name of
i i: Flagler
* Nil--hi i la, Intenda to
. Clerk of
I Ctrtust Courl I ..nli- County.
I
ALBERT i GROSS
W- 11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Lmrt. NAME LAW
PnCE U Hi:];' v QIVEN that
. ngagr in
, is Main.' .if
I.V, Ird Ave-
. register said
,,". ',' the Circuit
' 1'v,1; '' l lorlda,
HERMAN LEBEN,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring I
bualnj s w. Eighth si \l
ami. Florida, undei the flctltlou
,.f A-l Liquor Store, I m il i
V *ld name With the r'i,
i Ircult Courl of Dadi County'
tei
Hi
Florida.
MORTON PESKO
SAMUEL RUBIN Pr0pr,etor
Attorney at Law
130 Lincoln Road. M. B.. Fla
879-18-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY'
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No!
LOTTIE DORSCH, Plaintiff, v.
JAMES .1. DORSCH, Defendant
TO; JAMES J. DORfibH
:i:ir, East 165th su... l
New York. Now York
You are required to serve a ronv
of your answer to the Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney. FREDRIC R. ROSEN 1521
Pan American Dank Building, Miami
Florida, and to file the original answer
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the fi day of
April, A.D. 1951, otherwise the BUI
of Complnint for Divorce filed herein
will be taken as confess,.]
Dated this fith daj of March, 19:,1
E B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of th,- Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. \V. BTOCKlNG,
Deputy Clerk.
3/9-16-23-30
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND l-i nt DADE COUNTY,
KI.oKIDA. IN PROBATE, No
2560*.
In Re: ESTATE OF
DORA BLUMENSON,
I......aaed.
To All Creditors and All Per ona Hav.
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required i" present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Dora Blumenson, deceased,
utte of Weatchester County, New York,
to the Hon. w. f. Blanton, County
Juilge of Dade County, and file the
sam- in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication hereof.
Said claims or demands i" contain the
legal address "f the claimant and to be
sworn to and presented as aforesaid,
or same Will be haired
Date February 26th, A.D. 1951.
DAVID BLUMENSON,
As Ancillary Executor of the i-ist
Will nnd Testament of DORA
BLUMENSI i.N. I ie. eased.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
1023 Svyhsnd Bldg., Miami. Fla.
Attorney fr Ancillary Executor
3/2-9-14-23
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN Till' 5m B,Y,PnBLICATION
II rvi'v- ', ',''"ll:l' "I-' THE
v Vv>," ..... IAL CIRCUIT,
l.'I'M '\- "A"K "'OUNTY
"'\ IN CHANCERY, No.
MSTANllDPvBS?.KI' Plaintiff, vs.
^LE,Y,BORUCKrendant-
Ailllam Street,
Bridgeport, Conn,
a Bin A[":-.ni':'!'::"v NOTIFIED that
:,., 'I"n"t......ip'alnt for Dlvorc.
'. i. i' > '-''" >"". and you are
\,'' '" ',''" copy of your
'), i V, ','," ""' Pta'ntlfTa attorney,
and file the original In the office oi
">e lerit o the Circuit Courl un or
the 28th day of March, 1951,
of which this Bill of Com-
be taken as confessed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
.APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN.COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
COUNTY", FI^ORIDA.No. 11S94.
RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA KORETZKT,
4 Deceaned.
Nl 'Tici-; is hereby given that I have
filed my final reimrt and petition for
Final Discharge as Executor of the
.state of ANNA KORETZKY. de-
ceased; and that on the 3rd day of
AnYll, 1951. 1 will apply to the Honor-
alile W. F. Blanton, County Judge, of
I'.t.le County. Florida, for approval
of tvild final re|s.rt and for final dis-
charge, as Executor of the Estate of
ANNA KORETZKY", deceased.
This 23rd dav of Fchrunry. 1951.
HARRY KORETKKY.
ELTtY STONE
Attorney for Executor
1010 Congress I tlilg;.,
Miami. Fla.
3/2-9-16-23
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
| Jj Jewish Floridicra so-
J*5 Your legal notice.
W* appreciate your
^nage and guaran-
accurate service at
grates. Phone 2-1141
essenger service.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN-that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
APMX PRINTING SERVICE at ,28
N. !: nth Street. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
th. ci-ik ol the Circuit Court of Dade
Counlv, Florida. .._-.
DAVID MARKS
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
412 Congress Bldg.
3/2-9-16-JI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF [HE
11-111 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.-
IN CHANCERY, No. 1S9M9.
GOLD1E GREEN8TEIN. Plaintiff, \s.
NATHAN GREENSTEIN,
T,',''natm\n GREENSTEIN,
i ^ Metropolitan Avenue
BRONX, N. Y. ,__
You are required to serve a eopj
of N..r answer to the BUI of Com-
plaint for Dlvor......n the plalntlfl
Storoey and to file the original answe
In the office of the Clerk ol the Clr-
cult curt on or before the 2nd daj
of inrll \ D IMI. otherwise, the
Bill of bomplalnt tor Divorce here-
tofore filed nereln will be take" as
C0DATED a? Miami. World., this 27
"'> "f y'-UT'\- LBATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit.Court
Dade County, Florida.
,cir,ult Court 0M (. ,.,,..,,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address Of
Plaintiffs Soil
NORMAN R LYONS.
.. i olymtda Building.
Miami. 1*1'
J/J-9-16 23 _^_______
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
1* N. C. 2nd T. MIAMI "-*
day of February,
before
in default
Plaint will
against you
Dated this 21th
E I! I.i:\TIIERM.\N.
.. Clerk of Circuit Court.
<< ircuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. BTOCKlNG,
THEODORE J. SAKOWItT''' '"""^
Attorney for Plaintiff,
922 Seybold Building,
Miami, llorida.
i, ^-:.-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 139267.
HELEN TOMASCHESKI. Plaintiff, vs.
JOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI,
l tefenda nt.
TO: JOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI
137 WEST 36th STREET
NEW YORK, N. V.
YOU are required t. serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plain! for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
Attorney and to rile the Original
Answer in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Courl on or before the ;
day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
confessed hy you.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 6
day of March. 1951.
E B LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney,
911 Olympla Building.
Miami. Florida
3/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No.
25535.
In Re: ESTATE OF
MAX BASS,
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Max Bass, deceased, late of
Hade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Hade
County, and file the same in his office
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
pulilie.iTii.ii hereof. Said claims or
demands t......ntaln the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn to
and presented as uforesald, or same
will be barred.
Date February 22, A.D. 1951.
CLARA BASS,
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Max Pass. Deoeased.
MORTON ROTHENBERG,
Attorney for Administratrix
3/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No 1392RS.
HELEN GAS-SETT. Plaintiff, vs.
JAMES E. GAS'SETT, Defendant.
TO: JAMES E. GASSETT
39 AUGUSTINE STREET
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
YOU are required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's
Attorney and to file the Original
Answer In the Office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
6 day of April, 1951, otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as con-
fessed hv vou.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 6
day of March. 1951.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: WM. \V. STOCKING,
I'cputv CK-rk.
MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney
911 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida.
3/9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
nl' FLORIDA, IN AND F IR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
139155.
spit FOR 1'lVi >RCE
ISIDORE KASS, also known as ISI-
DORE KASTINOWITZ, Plaintiff.
vs. ELIZABETH KASS. also
as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ,
I fi ndant.
TO: ELIZABETH KA8S also known
as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ
liio St. John's PI* e
Brooklyn, New York
You ELIZABETH KASS are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Dlvoi has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve b copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the BUI
of c.niplalnt on the plaintiffs At-
torney. CHERTKOF AND KALISH,
'.iiT-v. Olympla Building, Miami. Fk>r.
ida. and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the i'ircult Court on or before the
6 day of April, 1951. If you fail to do
so, judgment hy default will he taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
In The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2 day of March, A.D.
1951.
E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By C. R. WILSON.
Deputy Clerk.
CHERTKOF AND KALISH
607-8 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR
DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
22934.
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CARSON BRADFORD, SR.
Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that we have
filed our Final Return as Executors of
Th- Estate of CARSON BRADFORD,
BR., Me..,seil. that we have filed
petition for distribution and for dis-
charge and that on April 1, 1951, or
as soon thereafter as we may be
heard, we Will apply to the Honorable
W. F. Blanton. County Judge of the
State of Florida for approval of said
Final Return and for an Order of
Distribution and for Final Discharge
as Executors of the Will of CARSON
BRADFORD. BR., deceased.
DATED the 22nd day of February,
* MARION PATRICK BRADFORD
CAltsON BRADFORD, JR.
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Attorney for Executors
1101 Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida
3/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL HOME APPLIANCE CO
nt 4161 N.W. 36th Street, Miami
Springs, Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM BLUMBERG
LAWRENCE BECKLEY
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ.
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
3/2-9-16-23 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Trailway Service Station at lb99 B.W.
Mil Street, intend to register said
nan:,- with the Clerk of the I Ircult
Court of Dade County. Hoi Ida
ERNEST DeJACOMA
WILLIAM J. BIGGIO
3 2-9-11-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND For DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
139278.
LOUIS TEDONE, Plaintiff, vs.
FiLOMBNA TEDONE, also known
as FII.OMENA MoNTARULI, De-
fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FILOMENA TEDONE, also
known as FILo.MENA
Ml iNTARULI.
Corso Giovanni Iatta No. 47
Ruvo dl Puglla,
Barl, Italia.
You, FILOMBNA TEDONE, also
known as FILOMENA MONTARULI.
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN,
ESQ., 821 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of tho Circuit Court on or before the
6 day of April. 1951. If you Tail to do
so, Judgment by default will he taken
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in The Jewish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7 day of March. AD.
1951.'
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. SV.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN" AND FOR DADB
county. IN CHANCERY, No.
139157.
MARY DISTEFANO, Plaintiff. vs.
JOSEPH DiSTEFAN'o, Defendant.
TO: JOSEPH DISTEFANO,
220 Easi lOSrd str-et.
New York. N.w York
Y'ou are required to serve a ropy
of your answer to the Bill of
plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs
attorney, and to file the original
answer in the office of the Clei
thi i' n in 'oui' on or before the
day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise,
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce,
heretofore filed herein, will be taki
as onfessed by \ ou.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this the
l day of March, 1951.
i: l: LEATHERMAN,
('! rk of the Circuit Coui'.
I lade I 'ounty, Florida.
(Circuit Courl Seal)
By WM. w. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
1023 Beybold Building, Miami. Fla.
3/9-16-23 0
BEN ESSEN. ESQ.,
XL':! Seybold Bldg..
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/9-16-23-30
BTOCKlNG,
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
MARTIN MANASSE, Plaintiff. VS.
' ERNA SALINGER MANASSE, De-
'""'^UIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i: Ei mi Salinger Manasse
Jewish Refugee Center,
U(0 Tafl Avenue
Manila, Philippine Islands
You are hereby notified thai a ran
,,f complaint for Divorce has been filed
isalnst you, and you are required to
seiv a eopj "' your Answer or I leaj-
:,- to the Bill "f Complain on the
plflntlfrs Attorney, CHERTKOF AND
KALISH, 307-08 Olympla Building.
Miami. Florida ami file the original
Answer '.r Pleading in the office of
,,,'e Clerk "f the circuit Court on or
before the 10 day of March, 1951.
I';!, Vud to do so, judgment by .default
Wlll be taken against you
relief demanded in the Bin
;"|^,,";si' ''Kiiuu'i-i. a, Miami,
.. 2 da) of February, A D
,,M' F i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Fl.....la
i! Court ^:v"m c FEIGE.
Deputy Clerk.
CHERTKOF ,AND KALISH
807-08 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida,_,_.
attorneys for Plaintiff
I, J-:i-16-23
for the
Of Colll-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
139290.
LILLIAN BALDINI, Plaintiff, vs.
OTTO JOSEPH BALDINI.
Defendant. ... _
Vou. otto JOSEPH BALDINI, Cen-
tral Isllp stale Hospital for the In-
sane, I-ong Island, New York, are
required to serve a copy of your
Answ.r to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce on plaintiff's attorney,
II IROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file
the original In the offlt.....f the Clerk
of this Court on or before April I,
1951, otherwise Judgment will be en-
1----si,.,| against you.
DATED March 7. 19.il.
E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
tCircuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
:: 9-13-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Al.ltEG PROPERTIES al 748 Beybold
Building. Miami. Florida, Intend t"
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALBERT CHISLINQ
".ie '!,.,:,.M
ABE ARONOVITZ
"ii : Intel est
ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ
(ttornevs for Alreg Properties
.: 23-30 l 8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
i undei the fictitious name of
Do-All Cleaners and Laundry stores
al 898 8, Drive. Miami Springs, in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
RICHARD WE1SSLER
SAMUEL GREENE
3/23-30 4/6-13
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN" THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI/iRIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
25543.
In Re: ESTATE OF
VICTOR MOREL.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Estate:
' You, and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of VOU, may have against the
estate of VICTOR MOREL, deceased,
late of DADE County. Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same in
his office In the "'ounty Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
alendar months from the date of the
first 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 same
will be barred.
Date Mar. 2, 1951.
VICTOR CHARLES MOREL. JR..
As Administrator of the Estate of
VICTOR MOREL, Deceased.
HEN ESSEN
Attorney for Administrator
3/9-16-23-30
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN ci il'NTY JUDGE'S >URT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA.No. 21433.
RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES E. FINE,
I I, ISecl.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of diaries e Fine, de-
ceased: and that on the 10th day of
April. 1951, will apply t" the Honorable
\V. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, Florida, foi approval of said
final reporl and for final discharge
as Administrator of the estate of
George B. Fine, deceased.
Th 5 o y or March. 1951.
Mil. T"N A. FRIEDMAN.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for the Estate of
Charles E Fine, Deceased,
1028 Sevbold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
3/9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL circuit OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA. IN ANDFoR
DADE coUNTYIN CHANCERY,
No. 139228
ADELINE SINDONI STONE, Plain-
tiff, vs VRAINE BTONE, Defendant.
TO: VRAINE STONE
619 South 12nd Street
Philadelphia. Penna.
Y'ou are hereby notified that a Bill
..r Complaint for Divorce has bi n
filed against you and you are required
1,, serve i opj of your Anew
Pleading to the Bill of Compln
Plaintiff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN,
WEINSTE1N a EINSTEIN, 42 I Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, Florida ai
file tin.....[glnal A i or Pli ailing ill
' the Clerk of the i !lrcu I
Court on or before April Srd 1951.
if you fail to ii.. .... judgment by de-
fault will he tak.-n against you for
the relief demanded in the 15111 of
Complaint.
Dated ibis 5th day of March, 1951.
E. P. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. II. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
3/9-16-23-30


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FRIDAY,
MARCH
23,
29 Mon. 18 Women dominated For
1950 Outstanding Citizens Awards
Twenty-nine men and 18 worn- I ship of the program. The pi
en have been nominated for the Was originated in 1947 bv Sholem
Outstanding Man and Woman of, Ld w j B.rith wnich an.
19o0. it has been announced by ... .....
general chairman. Louis F Snet- nually spearheards the civic pro-
man. gram.
Winners of the fourth annual Also participating in the core-
awards made by civic groups In monies March 2!) will be Boy
Dade Countv to the man and Scout Troop No. 89, which will
woman for unusual civic achieve- present the colors,
ment in Dade County will be an- The band concert, starting
nounced on Thursday March 29. u 7:45 pm wilj pre.
at 8:1a p.m.. at a public rally in cede the ,.,,-.....,, awards program
the Bayfront Park bandshell. \ and the general public is invited.
Sen. George A. Smathers. I Women nominated tor the
principal speaker, will be tatro- awa,ds include: the Mesdames
duced by State Repiesentative' Mv,.;le Taylor Bradford, Gwen-
Robert L. Floyd, who will serve oln Bi;. s E
as ma remonies. Smathers EnterIine Evelvn Floyd |
was the guest speaker at the first G Har.
, ese award rallies in Bayfi ns, Jessie
Park in 1947. The full evenings K, .... David D, P lla k, E
program will feature a complete R lie Smith. J
band concert by Caesar LaMonaca v ., Sydnev L. w b. Lu-
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Education Bureau Issues Passover Unit
by Fay Dn z n
the Missi V ice M. MacVii..: an I
Judges for the 1950 '. M K :.:
John Wahl Jr.. chi rn n. Mrs. L
: edenck F Ravhn Dr. Mar!.
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The -T in< h ti iphies il
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M. Lipton. president oi the Dad G .".. Ja
Federal Savings I L n As-
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year's awards.
Mayors of all Dade C
municipalities have :::. ally pro-
claimed Thursday. March 29, as
'.. Bandel, Judge
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Pit n Bird. S B id. A
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netl Roth. Irving Schatzman,
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,: n is publishing a special Pass-
over unit for use in all of the
lh schools. Max Meisel. chair-
announced this week. The
,ver unit is centered around
one text, the Haggadah, and is a
blend of the subjects of the cur-
riculum mi" one central ap-
proach.
"In twelve lessons, the unit de-
scribes how Hebrew reading. He-
brew language, Jewish history,
customs and ceremonies, Jewish
values. Bible. Jewish legend and
lore, Singing, arts and crafts, can
itegrated into a child's proj-
ling I us experience
around the Seder tabli s." Meisel
said -Th Passover unit offers the
to the Jewish teacher
text for a
full monl bi ing I i the Jewish
child an historical and livin

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com-
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the bureau, will this I
brought to various sponi
ganizations in further effort to
make the Jewish home comple-
mentary to the Jewish school. The
program includes: "Customs in
Preparing for Passover." "How
to Conduct the Seder," "How to
Sing the Passover Songs," "Games
and Home Preparations for Pass-
over." "Cooking Demonstration
and Recipes for Passover Dishes,"
3BE&and Signifi
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may be obtained by ?
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the
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"Outstanding Citizen's Day" and Harold Shapiro. Col, Elry Stone.
city commissioners, city council-I Stephan de Szabo. W. D. V
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will be on hand to participate in
the ceremonies.
More than 90 civic, fraternal,
veterans and service organizations
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PAGE 8 B +JenJsl) flcridlkir £RIDAY^MARCH TEMPLE ISAIAH Will Conduct Its TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1S51 — AT 7 P.M. IN THE BEAUTIFUL PAGODA ROOM OF THE NWOW IIOII I 3201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach RABBI MOSHAY P. MANN, Officiating For Reservations Call 58-2248 Subscription S12 HEAR YE OLDE SAGE WQAM, Sunday. I0..I0 A.M. —•—Ml Nebo Cemetery Religious Directory. West Miami Jewish Center, 5720 S.W. I7th Si. (Conservative). Rabbi Ezra Lifshitz. UU< i In 1)1 %  I I :,, i will also Man Hal M Stindn; i html First Jewish Congregation p.m. 5505 N. W. 3rd Street Phone 87-8201 RABBI S. M. MACHTEI, Exec. Vice-President \i 1 1\ <\\ oi i. %  .i m oi Coral Gables, 1618 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Rabbi Ralph De Koven. Rabbi Da Koven will officiate at %  Pi Hay at 8:15 p.m. Confirmation Class of 1952 i-t i ni'h Thui sdaj at 4 p in. Temple Isaiah (Reform). Town & Beach Club, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moshay P. Mann. venlng al 8 SO ondm ti 'l bj R ibbl Mann, He will review the book "The Marriage (Sulde." Ha tin. I anil Esthei Kilns. Ai 11 rabbi will conduct :i Sabbath rvlce "n the --• ii over WIN/.. Ill* III be "I I. ii mony In the Family." %  m school Sunda3 from 10 to noon ii the Coburn School, iom Bay l >rlve, Normand) Isle. Congregation Beth TJilnh (OrAJ LOW AS AH RXTfltST MORTGAGE LOANS WOLFF CO PlflAlTf-KId Sl t„.id.n f •VtOwl 9-3435 \ / GRADE V jry' / s PRODUCTS GREATER MIAMI MILK CREAM ICE CREAM MILK — CREAM — ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE 5-5537 We carry all types religious articles Bar Mitzvah sets & gifts English & Hebrew Books & Records MIAMI III It It I M KOOK SI OH I .51 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Phone 58-6942 Owner: Rabbi Nathan Lipschitx dally from 4 p m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday school from 9:45 to 1noon. Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale and Hollywood (Reform). 1801 So. Andrews Ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Dr. Marius Ranson. rabbi. Services Friday .-it 8 p.m. Dr. Ranson will preach Hebrew sessions Saturday 10 a.m.; religious school Sunday l*:4.. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:1a. Saturday morning services at 10. Temple Both El (Conservative), I 630 Fern St.. West Palm Beach. Rabbi Manuel Greenslein. Friday i p.m.: S iturday morning 9 a.m Hebi • w I school :: p.m Daily Mon.-Thura, Sunho 10 a.m, Congregation ioung Israel (Orthodox). 4001 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. %  %  \ es II %  T'Fereth Israel Congregation of Miami (Orthodox), 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. 6:30 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m All residents In that area are Invited t" attend. N. W. Religious Congregation. 3681 N. W. 2nd St. Services Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. Northside Jewish Center, Douglas Gardens. 5028 N.W. 7th Ave. Friday evening at s p.m. i-onducted by Cantor Ben Oroasberg, Dally religious school Monday through Thursday 3:45 to j. Sunday school 10 to noon. Cong. Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Nusach Arie and Yeshiboih Rabbi Chanina Ben Tradyon Chabad. 947 N.W. 7th Ave. Services dally 6 a.m. and 9 a.m.; Mincba 4 p.m., Maarlv at 7 p.m. Fridayevening services at sundown. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative). 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldrina. Late Friday evening service at 8:30. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The Laughter of Purlm—A Lesson in Survival." Saturday morning servIre at :'. the rabbi will preach on the Weekly Portion ..f the Law. Bar Mitzvah nf Robert, son "f Mr. and Mrs Alfred Stone, Cantor Jacob V %  will chain, assisted by the ntei Choir under the direction 11.man. Saturday bible i i iss p ni followed by Shalos j iiei.rcw thodox), 935 Euclid Ave., Miami RackBeach. Rabbi Joseph £. ovsky. Friday evening services at 5:30. Saturday morning at S:30 the rabbi will preach on the Portion of the Week Mim ha at 4:311 p.m. followed by Shalos Kcudos arid Marrlv services Dally service 7:30 a.m. followed by class in .Mishna. Minchn at t> p.m. followed on Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays by class In Laws and Customs, and on Mondays and Thursdays by chiaa In Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Eitx Chaim Cong. (Orthodox). Tides Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi H. Horowitz. Services 30 p.m. Friday. Dally services at 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Cong. Monticello Park, N.E 163rd and 10th Ave. Rev. Jacob D. Kaiz. at 6:4s p.m. Late Friday evening services at 8:30 iturday morning set vies at :•; Sunday school al 10 a.m. Late Friday at 8:30 p.m. Hebrew Academy. 918 6lh St., Miami Beach. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. i' 7:3U a.m, and pin.; SH I i 'l.' morning al arvli • %  6 i 3 p.m, Saturday al 4 p.m. there will be a otoi v hour for children of the entire community, Refreshments will be served and Hebrew dames and songs '-.ill be taught by Bobble Lauer. Mlncha at 5:43 p.m. and shalos Seudos following, Sunday morning servli e al >> At 4:30 a class in Cnumlsh and Rasha will be held by Mr. Goldstein. Temple Israel, "The Temple on the Lake," 1901 North Flagler Drive, W. Palm Beach. Richard E. Singer. Rabbi. Sabbath eve services Friday, v i". p m. Rabbi Singer will speak. A Babbath candles will be lit. A Sabbath hour of refreshment and fellowship win follow the services, Sabbath morning services Saturday, 11:15 p.m. Congregation Beth El (Orthodox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor. Friday evening services at 5:80 p.m. Cantor Jacob E. Tambor will chant the musical portion of all services Saturday morning services al I 10 Mitzvah of Michael, son of and Mrs Barnes H. 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Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Call LINDA BRANDS, inc. 10 S.E. 5th St., Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors oi the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION i 1:80 S'udos, Dally gen Ice In the chapel 8 a m and 6:15 p.m, youth Breakfast s. rvlce Sunday 8:13 a.m. In the chapel followed by breakfast In the patio, Ji service 9:30 a m. Saturday morning In the assembly hall of the school building. Dally religious school Monday through Thursday from 3:3U > it da} school 10 to l.' | school for Jewish studle a.m to a so noon, Mich Sunday in Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 50 N.W. 51st Place. Rabbi Jacob 11. Kaplan will be speaker Friday night. His topi Ha Mr, was Talmud p.m. followed by Shalos Shudos day School IO a.m. to II noon Religious School 3:30 to •:;:;" p.m : Dally Sen-Ices 7:30 a.m. and 8:80 a.m ; Reading Class, Mishna .'. p.m.; Mlncha, dally 6:00 p.m. On Wednesday al 7 p.m. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox). 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis Feder. Friday evening services at 6:00. Saturday morning at g:so the rabbi's topi,win be "The Offerings of our People. Mlncha at 6:00 followed by Hnalos Sudos. Itabbl will speak on the Portion of the Week Quest speaker. iiahi.i L. Langner, the Strettlner grand Rabbi. Dally religious achool Monday through Thursday, 3:30: Sunday :• to 18 noon. Congregation Beth David (Conservative), Coral flabbl Joseph E. Rackonl 818 Michigan Avsnui Miami Beach Phone 5-3595 XvjGUST BROi Ry, /'/•< atsTf u^f" Way and 26th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. 1 i "*' "/"agogus Today. %  Rabbi I '-a Friday evening services at .'. Cantor Maur Kaplan is a former professor of the university of Miami. Monday through Friday s.-rvices at 7:30 a.m. Saturday r an %  S "nday at s a.m. Mlncha at 5:80 pm, followed by Maarlv at 6 p.m dally. Downtown Synagogue (formerly old Beth David), 135 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitt. Friday evening s,r\ at 6 cm Saturday at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi will speak on hp VonUm of he w Study group meets at 5:15 with Mlncha stia ,o 85W b > Bh Sudoth n ind Sunday morning ervic Kaplan. a Maarlv 8:30 Temple Israel (R.form). 13? NX. 19th St. Dr. Joseph R. Narot Rabbi. Dr. Jacob HRabbi Emeritus. "Doss Reform Judaism Hav* %  ,i! be the subject of the sermon to be dellvere.1 by U \ -.....,. wm be !! d i : ,,],.,] ,,, .J, "'rm '"uS ri r 1 iaa,Bm Mayer Wist and Leo Ai kei man f Stephen s Wise \li ng n MI, %  i" half of th< C Women On Sal '' Narot win discus-. i %  %  Coral Gabies th< rangregauncll .,r Jewish ii u rti n .i. Jewish M.imehcs and the Beth David Choir under the direction o' 1mii .Shlff wlU conduct the service, llabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and SU'i J"J. reBe >t Day Reflections." I his .Sabbath dedicated to National /;, in, J,wl 1 Hh 1 Women. Mrs. Harold l.u ; Th S |,rl ay evening service Will also be dedicated to the Star • c.'"'.'h. 1 .."'"i" "' r ,n Y,,UI, K W ""rici,, iC' loW J? K ""''"bers will parJ l\ %  ^it Kl,-i "' l>rHrl Kaplan and Airtaine Spiegel. The floral offering b) Mr. and Mrs. Ell ilurwltz on the M,7""", n ^ ,hl ir """• Martin's Bar nitsyah. The i meg Shebbatl following the services will be sponsored by the %  %  /Chapter Saturday morning'serv'a'",,' *J5:i : ""' stiid.-iu services al „ ,'" Th iJ ^nnirday momlns Bar and Mrs, Ell ilurwltz. -silo !" !? 1 *** Cenle (Consarvative) 3198 S. W. 24th Terr i-,i!i'.",' v s "' 1 vi ''" T and B:80 p.m. I da; in,.-!,, a, .: Saturday al 8:30 '.'"-• ","!"" ''•"•%  >< p.m. Min at S followed bv shalos Sudos. !,'.', ,"" "' f "'-"Sunday i urim Ball March 88 '•eider at v p.m. ,-. Con 9re 9 a,,0I > Kneseth Israel (Traditional). 1415 Euclid Ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H. cha Hal. Li school at the Jewixh Laws and Customs. Miurt follow. Sunday the l',-herhwdl hold services at :• a ni. fllow breakfast and cultural pi host for breakfast sins sundayl be Abraham Werman IM school daily Monday through •lay from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m day religious school nt noon. Registration daily in the Temple Betn Snoiom it 4144 Cbase Ave Miami Rabbi Leon Kronish; Ca Samuel Kelemer. FYiday evening service! at Rabbi Kronish will M ...ik on Pi lestly I look and I. i.r.il JN Saturday morning Bat Mitzvah of Robert, BonofJBfl Mrs. Milion Berglasr SundSJ 9:4."> a.m. Hebrew school every day afternoon. Adult lb-brew ell Wednesday 7:i.". p.m Miami Hebrew School and ( gregation (Orthodox). 1101 12th Ave. Rabbi Simon Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday evening services at ^'•y J Fridayevening services at 8:1*.. April will speak. Saturday morniSI 9. Bar Mitzvah of Paul, and Mrs. Sam BwartS. Mishna: p.m. followed by Min. ha. Shalos and Maarlv. Hebrew school daiB to 6:30 p.m. Daily services r.*H and 6 p.m. Sabbath morning sn at 9. Rabbi will speak on the Forum of the Law. Sunday sctM"*] Purlm Carnival 10 to 18 noon. Jewish Community (Conservative). 2020 P Hollywood. Rabbi Jacob J. 1 Cantor Mordecai Feinernan. FVIday evening services at •" Friday services at S:30. BabN wlll conduct the service'. Jh' 1 will be "The Hook of BsttW Saturday morning •"•""* h Rabbi Honig win preach o" ".. tlon of the Law bunday l i Children's Purlin OarnM* ; evening bazaar Pally '">" a.m. A Mlny.in can !>•• artasn any evening by calling Cl North Shore Jewish (Conservative), Biseayne mentary School Cafetorium ,1 St. and Dickens Ave. Philips Spiritual Leader. „, Friday evenli I i Itabbl Philip I. i.d i Mill.-ha I by a i n Ri I



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rrRlDAY. MA**MARCH 23. 1951 I'll Say... H word in West fa] pi •..%  I il the h:j: |P nce ;. .' Ea perfection sr. fa ESS ,ble T 1 '• -JeHitffkrHBOrr PAGE 3 A '. : ... a A %  to the si kder columns supf n i, rseehoe arches in th I 11..-. -: tiles I \L om : %  % %  :he overall ;,'W-.,. : %  % % %  ?r-p.:ruon :t t COn Li't •.--:.. tt -of light and an C V ;.. the arabesque dec I If of delicate p Itomo'n -olor: the sk. rdin decorative desifni the overall arehitectu n proper::. r. io ; and the arboreal. Aii Rirll/ *"* %  j ew; D Granada in large nun before"-~ was built. The Arab-Ik r whoinv::..-. 711. called tha place G.-., J, a i % :e of the Jews). The conqueror T. .-•: :-rr.*i the c:ty :ve: to J he f: Spain. They ;;-:.-_ Biintain the:.%  posiuon. In the year ;_Samuel. "' %  %  %  • Grand Vizier Later he became the -ler. The ; (referring :h< playboy. left eve competem I uinaging %  ---" %  j :n:emil affairs direct :r.r > The bi Samuel the Prmce can be ; n for a.-Bora E excellent B 1 .-onquered G hehaci: mded m Maia%  -no scarcx: • M^l %  %  thai %  • %  -' %  r lades ta: as: -' : i Granada: The Pomegranate Of Andalusia By KA=?.Y S2:c?r^r? • %  %  %  \: i % %  :.'. A I • : =-. %  : .-:-. I— %  i t {:-£-. .-.:.Vr H i 'atetil it) Lord %  E : I %  i t: : Sworn) Yoath Interfaith Program Seboduhnl For Taosdav. April :) |S %  Greater 1! %  iB'rith V Robert Stone Will Become Ezr Mitzvah B,: '' %  • Beach. |L I graduate Y 1' I L : e K : *e Bruce F •'•! Lee | ?_*:..:': :v: 7:.: La fc BBTW .. %  B Pox AZ ltjs_; %  ;. r >Lr of BBY N the i -*-*: An: L.nr. ; Taniara ( haptcr MaH's Annual fro nor Affair Appeal Mccda? y niBM i i icwcia. =-a: :-.-54i?=ri Baerj Ksnorr ire A^ Z-r=A=. :: -v ---err w a -^a=:r.;-: _: is* pUd^e nri iiarr.rr-jsc ^ ZZZIZ^TZ '•' ^* ~" r ~ -' •' % %  *' it; %  i %  %  %  .-.-. %  %  %  ; w.riiciit .ZrSZ.kz rtXEST Purim Olebrcrtion if Be? eeT %  %  --"%  '• •*ttndoW I B : : Cen^r HeI' : '. r.eads fceseth Israel Sedorim i t .it 67 eaUaax OH %  p. r wiD :• M.iRan A .'--.oy M.-i W Ion ike ipecet ^ ORYWOOD Terstite Cseirel L_? ORKIN MTIOM TEMT PBOCfSS Gttcratreatf fer 5 #eor* s 5. r. i:ta sc MUJC NL.UC £-:-: PAINTING p APER HANGING \ WSY F2fAJfCOIG REASON ABLE PRICES 1 LICENSED o=d WSUHED ART HEIMER Ph.: 87-6474 taste ROKEACH CONDiNSH. SOUPS %  vr ^ r A o i a M DtLICIOUS^ "* O^mm iTt y i.m CiE-nuto"fc %  .*. >mt miami — }Li.-:n -? %  • am ... m .. —__^ 9M Tl '-% % %  %  r — :-^s %  %  i rn ... c • ~ % 



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MARCH 23, 1951
FRIDAY.
ftp.^thejsychologigt's Desk
_Jen is*fkrid&r
PAGE 5 B
Marriage And Romance
_ r M i'.liiMi.nthal, ac-
ng peyeheloEM In
... in Miami Is a
,1, and child problem*.
work, he sivee mar-
.,,,,1 parent-child
,., Psychological
I ,,, diycuM any questloni
rcadere through thla
during thU eerie* I'l.a
..,.,* to Dr. Seymour If.
The Jewish Flofldlan.
,,;, Mia.nl 18.-Kdltoi-e
tote.
near Dr. Blumenthal:
i fare been married more
than two years. My husband
ond 1 were intensely m love
during our courtship and jor
the first six months or so of our
marriage. Since that tiny? love
,ecms to have flown out of the
iriiidou-. We constantly bicker
ad argue. The other day we
discussed the possibility of
separation
or divorce. Can you
offer some suggestions?
ANSWER:
i statements as the
| ovi r again from)
We married because
much in love with
each But nowaitei a
marriage"low '
e vanished!
On e' ting the patient's
very often evi-
nt interpreted
ling an incurable;
nt disc asea dis-
contracted, never
ntinued for the
ith parties concerned.
Low: mantic love rarely
persists beyond the first year of
marriage. One cannot build a
sturdy ma: riage on romantic love.
liarrii ; should grow as the
marriage progresses. For with
marriage, love takes on a more
constructive basis for mutual giv-
ing, sharing and a whole system
of habits which will make for
happiness in the family.
I am afraid that too many
young couples believe in the
fairytale ending ". and they
lived happily ever after." Thus
they became very apathetic and
are lulled into a false sense of
security as to the permanence of
their marriage.
Let us face it! Marriage is for
reasonably emotionally mature
adults who can accept the re-
sponsibilities for maintaining a
marriage. It is not for emotional
babies! It is not for the individuals
who want to "play house."
M st marriages ought to work
out fairly successfully. Please
note words 'work out." Marriage
is not a passive arrangement. It
will not flourish on its own! It
requires an active participation of
boih. partiesthe actual working
at making the marriage a success.
They must learn to think in
terms of "we" instead of "I." They
must be eager to work out differ-
ences together whenever they
arise. They must be interested in
making each other happy and feel
that they are partners in the
mutual goal of satisfying their
joint dreams and hopes. This re-
Quires that each individual be
oesirous of learning "how to do"
and "doing it." It requires emo-
'onal maturity, intelligent handl-
ing and persistence to accomplish
a successful marriage.
Let me repeat, no marriage is
soundly built until married love
"as taken the place of romantic
Jove. Married love is sturdier and
^satisfying than romantic
ove. The former is an indication
M maturity and points to a suc-
cessful marriage. The latter does
?n ,Mamed love, as just dis-
,! leres as two people
nJi ace the realities of life
natoaccept each other as they
areeach as a lovable but still
human personality.
Many marriages end up in the
divorce court, because each party
clings to the illusions of romantic
marriages and will not "work
out" the job of marriageor quits
before the job is finished.
For intelligent handling of those
marriages which are not "work-
ing out," consultation with an
accredited professionally trained
specialist is definitely a MUST!
Program In Memory
Of Arnold Volpe
Set For Saturday
A musical program in memory
of Arnold Volpe. composer and
first conductor of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra,
will be broadcast from the U. of
M. North Campus studios over
WKAT on Saturday, March 24, at
9 p. m. Mrs. Marie M. Volpe.
widow of the conductor, will be
interviewed by Judge Kenneth
Oka.
All numbers will be Volpe com-
positions. Participants include:
lean Bedetti. cellist: Joseph Tarp-
ley, piano; George Dubois, violin-
ist; Jeffrey Stoll, pianist: Dr. Ar-
turo Di Filippi, who will sing the
21st Psalm; and a student
tet with John Collins, first vio-
lin; Janet Kime,
ira Hill, viola: and John
Kettle, cello.
The program has been a;
ed for the Jewish Music Council
of Greater Miami by Robert
Strassburg, music consultant for
the Jewish Centers Association.
Iowa Paper Assails
Church-School Move
Local Chapter Of AJC
To Hear Book Review
DF.S MiiiMvc a .. i_ Mrs. Max Shapiro will revii w
JEr iS5m!S&s tomp-' >: John iK"
philosophy of Christ
into the public schools was con- '
legislators to inject. ncxTregufar meeting of The Miami
: chapter of the American Ji
demned last week by the Des
ter.
Being "shocked" at the narrow-
on Wednesday, March
28, at 1 p.m. in Burdine*s Audi-
toi ium.
Another honored guest will be
~ edUoriat MrB' Newton S. Arnold, national
mindodness of this
"Members of the Jewish faith to ai w')m?uS.. lslon ^
the United States are St 'Chri{"&% Jew,th ^^
tians' in the technical sense, Jet llH rk *W Y<"'k d'n
their ideals aie precisely the same I "ela "orK-_____________________
Radio Series Continues
"With Malice Toward All" is
the title of this week's program
in the Lest We ForgetThe New
Frontier series to be heard on
Sundav. March 25. at 3:30 p. m.
over station WKAT.
The New Frontier, produced by
the Institute for Democratic Edu-
cation, is presented in G:
Miami through the cooperation oi
Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
The Sunday School was sta ted
in Gloucester, England, in 1735.
as other Americans, and they are
as devoted to democracy as any-
body else."
Horowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Max
Horowitz, formerly of 710 Jeffer-
son Ave.. will take place Friday.
March 23 at 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate at the ceremonies.
Arrangements are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument Co.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend.
Membership Grows In
Cleveland Social Club
The recently-formed Cleveland '
Social Club of Greater Miami
has announced a paid member- '
ship of more than 125, according
to President Samuel B. Bloch.
The club's purpose is to unite
Miamians who are former Cleve-
landers on friendship ties of com-
mon interests. A recent picnic at |
Crandon Park drew more than
300 former residents of Cleve-;
land.
The next meeting will be held
March 27. at 8 p.m.. at the YM
& YWHA. Miami Beach.
Friedman To Speak
To Tronical Lodge
Milt in A. Friedman, a national
B'nai B'rith youth commissioner,
will address the members of
e, B'nai B'rith, at
regular meeting Tuesday
evening, March 27. at Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob.
Subject of Friedman's address
will be, "B'nai B'rith Youth Fac-
es the World of Tomorrow." He
will describe the five-fold train-
ing program featured in the AZA
and BBG organizations, the jun-
ior order of B'nai B'rith.
Program chairman, A. Budd
j Cutler, will introduce the speak-
|er and President Lewis Stern-
shein will preside.
Binder Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Israel
Binder, formerly of 2837 Pinetree
Drive, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, March 25 at 1 p.m.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi
Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr.
Binder is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Frank Berger, of Miami
Beach, two grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Mr. Binder was
one of the oldest members of the
Knights of Pythias Lodge of Bos-
ton, Mass., and also a member of
other charitable and fraternal or-
ganizations. Mr. Binder belonged
to Beth Tfilah Congregation of
Miami Beach. Arrangements are
in charge of Palmer's Miami
Monument Company. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
Tibetans drink an average
30 to 50 cups of tea a day.
of
Ocean waves reach a height
of 50 or 60 feet off the Cape of
Good Hope.
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PAGE 8 A vjewist ncrkflan FRIDAY, MARCH 23 m Eli Barnhards Mark 55th Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Eli Barnhard of 101 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, will mark their 55th wedding anniversary with a dinner ii tei; Miami night, March •j ••• Family eel Mr. and Mi B ng the g il be their LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO iN A.M. FOR h K ( -i-n FLORIDA. %  IN ,.,.!'„, [1 M !!lSS2BKyJw^4^ Officers were elected at Temple Beth Sho'.om's ninth annual dinner meeting Sunday night. Pictured here are Judge Kenneth Oka. vice present: Rabbi Leon Kronish; Harry Dinnerstem. vice p Mident Lc.is J. Krensky, chairman cf the board: Abraham Zmramon. treasurer: Shepard Broad, pre. :: Sidnty D. Aniin. vice president: Abe Bolotko. secretary and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. %  aepictea by the logs in the foreeral Savings and Loan Association, the temple as "one of the few ii fiea ?r.d clear oi mortgage debt." K70fl PROBATE.' In It.-: ESTATE I %  !•• ANTHONY MASS A, Decenafd. T \ rre.Hi j J fou, 1 • ; %  I %  H I • : [>ndi I I .... %  (hi i I the date of the first I s lid or demai the la ol to be sworn t.. ami |.n aforesal I, 01 Mine 111 in :-:,. tlon 120 of thi 1 I I >ate Man h lth, A l>, r..:,i MARIE MA8SA1 A Executrix of the i„,, t \y j 'IVst imi-nt ..I A NTH' 'XV y, ,\.'.\ 1. %  eased. MYER3, HEIMAN & KAI'l.w 160 Beybold Bids;., Miami, fia. Attorney! !•.: Executrix 3/23-30 4/C-ll NOTICE TO CREDrrORs~ IN THE COUNTY JUlMiE'8 I i IN AND FOR DADE ri'iNfl FLORIDA. — IN PROB Aliho.t Enters llrlllil B.JH't' %  Abbott n 25 yei %  Pn Th 45 ; % % %  ars old. DC rr. in B-: ?ton. and now w .:• %  and children at 42 '4 Nautilus Di nd last president :.' Mr. and Mrs. Eli Barnhard [children and in-laws, Mr. and I Mrs. Harrv Barnhard and Dr. and [n Re .' ESTAT Mrs. Z. L. Sabshin of Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barnhard, David Barnhard, Mr. L. Fields, and Mrs, S. Rothman, all of New York City. Oth' lests, including grandchildren, will attend. LEGAL NOTICE —Ardmoi 1 Mrs. Harry Koretzky Mrs. kturl/U\ To lit* llosf t 'ss • tzky, membeiGables Candidate Hits Garbage Tax F. B mmission, I .1 of the munici] age tax. Blake. nt of the Fidelity Title Company with offices in Coral Gables and Miami, is mak' ing his first political race. A p. at of this area. Blake held his first job here in 1925 as an errand boy at the First National Bank of Miami. Since that time he has moved ahead steadily in his profession until he formed his own company here'. S:li 1 claim; or demands to contain 'the legal address "f it"c-lalmanl and to bt >uorn i" .1 nd ir< %  aid, or same wfll be barred See Secti. n 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Dated March El, A.D 1851. MILTON LUROH ESTELLE 111:11. M \N As Co-Exei !•'•: of the L* ^ II and Testament "f LOUIS ROSENBLATT, ased MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys f"i )" %  1 '1-13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDCE C< >l RT XI' FOR DADE I'O I-!.' iRII 1 \. IN I'RI adi to the Hon. W. F BLANT< >N, Judge of Dade County, and file the n bis ofl Ice In the < "ounty %  .II-.In Dad< inty, 1 lorida, within • Ighl %  alendi r moi thi f the date of the first several years ago. "Operating a city like Coral Gables is a multi-million dollars business." Blake said. "I am call. ing on all my friends to help elect %  me because I believe my back1 ground in handling millions of dollars for investors gives me the • qualification to represent the citizens of Coral Gables on their ion." Blake explained that he adited paying for the operation Of department by B lining the functions of city to the Jewi nts. will be ..p tea and .: 28. at ] Shore Club h to honor all P^id u bring new merr. t NATHAN BRAUN'STEIN .. known as NAT I'.IIAI 'XSTEIX 1 .. 'I"-. All I %  %  j Ing Claln -J • %  I • • r| and req • • Of NATHAN I n as N %  1 I the Hi n • 3ald conta %  • lei i„barred. Bee B. Pr • %  A • Date March 21, A I ANN I As Admit Istrai : NA H VN I known SA Deo HI.l!Y BTONE Utorne] for Adml ;; 23-30 I %  '%  %  SEE TO APPRECIATE Beautiful twin bedroom, house, private refined kitchen privileges, phone, location. Phone 3-0874 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW X th.it %  % %  • T 7 S V. Street. > the Clerk of program Florid" El'OENE I. SOLOMON I Jack A. Abbott of its directors. He also belongs to state and national bar associations. He was graduated from Cum' berland Law School in 1928. and • lat same year entered the tice of law in Miami. He now practices from offices at 420 Lincoln Road. Abbott entered the army in "'^42. and was commissioned after iing officer candidate Miami Beach. He served seas for 27 months, concluding with 15 months as captain. will present a musical .ncludmg guest artists Olga Bibor Stem, pianist, and Dr. Istvan Szanto. baritone. Harold Shapiro. Miami Beach attorney, will speak on "Jewish Home for the Aged and What Your Membership Means." Mrs Benjamin Appel. presif the auxiliary will extend greetings to the group. LEG*VL NOTICES ,. ~ N TICE Bv PUBLICATION IN .HI. CIRCUIT COURT <>F Till' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SS,0-I? 1DA lv AND FOR DADE NTi IN CHANCERY, N. 1 Ji** ''•MM"' 1 ,).',' "EDIOER, Plaintiff, vi ED HEDIOER, I'. f.-ndant. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that d, dealt Ing t. eng igi in business under th< •. • • nan • %  Til. Mfg C. 16Srd SI and I, North Miami ntend 1 registi said :. ime %  th the Clerk • %  the 1 of 1 '..•!• '' inty, Floi Ida J RAYMOND BROBLY BAMUEL RUBIN for J Ra; m nd Broair ; Lincoln Road Mian Beach Welcome All Our Friends "All Work Guaranteed" Adams Srvi* Sl;iliMi STEAM CLEANING & UNDERCOATING GAS & OILS — LUBRICATION 1952 N.E. Miami Court Phone 3-9357 MIAMI TOPI SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Hough or Pulveriiaj Grade A. Soil Bulldozing Hourly or Contract Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIll] EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terroaj ALL WORK GUAR/ \ STARTS FRIDAY, MARCH 23rj Roosevelt Theatre NITELY AT 8:40 PM. MoH.:$ot. -Sun, 3 SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO TED HEDIOER New v. rk, N Y TED HE1 ar* h. He was president of S Lodge of B'r.ai B'rith in 1940-4".. •elped to organize and became presidi nl Stal : .'ESI I ation of Bna: man of the Antiri nth, and 1 been on its regional executn B h L 'dge of B'nai B'ril A member !H Elks lodge, he has occupied all piir. pal offices, including the predency. of Miami Beach Civic League. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT <>y FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE NTY IN CHANCERY, No. LESLIE MANN. Plaintiff, va. 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MARCH 23, 1951 FRIDAY. ftp.^the jsychologigt's Des k Jen is*fkrid&r PAGE 5 B Marriage And Romance „ r M i'.liiMi.nthal, acng peyeheloEM In ... in Miami Is a ,1, and child problem*. work, he sivee mar.,,,,1 parent-child „,., „, Psychological I ,,, diycuM any questloni rcadere through thla „ during thU eerie* I'l.a — ..,.,„* to Dr. Seymour If. The Jewish Flofldlan. ,,;, Mia.nl 18.-Kdltoi-e tote. near Dr. Blumenthal: i fare been married more than two years. My husband ond 1 were intensely m love during our courtship and jor the first six months or so of our marriage. Since that tiny? love ecms to have flown out of the iriiidou-. We constantly bicker a„d argue. The other day we discussed the possibility of separation or divorce. Can you offer some suggestions? ANSWER: i statements as the | ovi r again from) We married because much in love with each • But now—aitei a marriage—"low e vanished! On e' ting the patient's very often evi• nt interpreted ling an incurable; nt disc ase—a discontracted, never ntinued for the ith parties concerned. Low—: mantic love — rarely persists beyond the first year of marriage. One cannot build a sturdy ma: riage on romantic love. liarrii ; should grow as the marriage progresses. For with marriage, love takes on a more constructive basis for mutual giving, sharing and a whole system of habits which will make for happiness in the family. I am afraid that too many young couples believe in the fairytale ending ". and they lived happily ever after." Thus they became very apathetic and are lulled into a false sense of security as to the permanence of their marriage. Let us face it! Marriage is for reasonably emotionally mature adults who can accept the responsibilities for maintaining a marriage. It is not for emotional babies! It is not for the individuals who want to "play house." M st marriages ought to work out fairly successfully. Please note words 'work out." Marriage is not a passive arrangement. It will not flourish on its own! It requires an active participation of boih. parties—the actual working at making the marriage a success. They must learn to think in terms of "we" instead of "I." They must be eager to work out differences together whenever they arise. They must be interested in making each other happy and feel that they are partners in the mutual goal of satisfying their joint dreams and hopes. This reQuires that each individual be oesirous of learning "how to do" and "doing it." It requires emo'onal maturity, intelligent handling and persistence to accomplish a successful marriage. Let me repeat, no marriage is soundly built until married love "as taken the place of romantic Jove. Married love is sturdier and ^satisfying than romantic ove. The former is an indication M maturity and points to a successful marriage. The latter does ?n Mamed love, as just dis,! l !" er es as two people •nJi ace the realities of life natoaccept each other as they are—each as a lovable but still human personality. Many marriages end up in the divorce court, because each party clings to the illusions of romantic marriages and will not "work out" the job of marriage—or quits before the job is finished. For intelligent handling of those marriages which are not "working out," consultation with an accredited professionally trained specialist is definitely a MUST! Program In Memory Of Arnold Volpe Set For Saturday A musical program in memory of Arnold Volpe. composer and first conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will be broadcast from the U. of M. North Campus studios over WKAT on Saturday, March 24, at 9 p. m. Mrs. Marie M. Volpe. widow of the conductor, will be interviewed by Judge Kenneth Oka. All numbers will be Volpe compositions. Participants include: %  lean Bedetti. cellist: Joseph Tarpley, piano; George Dubois, violinist; Jeffrey Stoll, pianist: Dr. Arturo Di Filippi, who will sing the 21st Psalm; and a student tet with John Collins, first violin; Janet Kime, ira Hill, viola: and John Kettle, cello. The program has been a; ed for the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami by Robert Strassburg, music consultant for the Jewish Centers Association. Iowa Paper Assails Church-School Move Local Chapter Of AJC To Hear Book Review DF.S MiiiMvc A„ .. i_ Mrs. Max Shapiro will revii w JEr IS5M!S& s to mp -' >: John iK philosophy of Christ into the public schools was con' legislators to inject. ncxTregufar meeting of The Miami : chapter of the American Ji demned last week by the Des ter. Being "shocked" at the narrowon Wednesday, March 28, at 1 p.m. in Burdine*s Auditoi ium. Another honored guest will be ~£ edUoriat MrB Newton S. Arnold, national mindodness of this "Members of the Jewish faith to AI w )m ?u S lslon ^ the United States are St 'Chri£ {£"&% Jew, t h ^^ tians' in the technical sense, Jet llH !" r k !" W Y< "' k d n their ideals aie precisely the same I ela orK Radio Series Continues "With Malice Toward All" is the title of this week's program in the Lest We Forget—The New Frontier series to be heard on Sundav. March 25. at 3:30 p. m. over station WKAT. The New Frontier, produced by the Institute for Democratic Education, is presented in G: Miami through the cooperation oi Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith. The Sunday School was sta ted in Gloucester, England, in 1735. as other Americans, and they are as devoted to democracy as anybody else." Horowitz Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Max Horowitz, formerly of 710 Jefferson Ave.. will take place Friday. March 23 at 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremonies. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Membership Grows In Cleveland Social Club The recently-formed Cleveland Social Club of Greater Miami has announced a paid member' ship of more than 125, according to President Samuel B. Bloch. The club's purpose is to unite Miamians who are former Clevelanders on friendship ties of common interests. A recent picnic at | Crandon Park drew more than 300 former residents of Cleve; land. The next meeting will be held March 27. at 8 p.m.. at the YM & YWHA. Miami Beach. Friedman To Speak To Tronical Lodge Milt in A. Friedman, a national B'nai B'rith youth commissioner, will address the members of e, B'nai B'rith, at regular meeting Tuesday evening, March 27. at Congregation Beth Jacob. Subject of Friedman's address will be, "B'nai B'rith Youth Faces the World of Tomorrow." He will describe the five-fold training program featured in the AZA and BBG organizations, the junior order of B'nai B'rith. Program chairman, A. Budd j Cutler, will introduce the speak|er and President Lewis Sternshein will preside. Binder Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Israel Binder, formerly of 2837 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, March 25 at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Binder is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Frank Berger, of Miami Beach, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr. Binder was one of the oldest members of the Knights of Pythias Lodge of Boston, Mass., and also a member of other charitable and fraternal organizations. Mr. Binder belonged to Beth Tfilah Congregation of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. 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ramAY, MARCH 23, 1951 u personally Speaking The bris of Yehuda Mordecai Budner, son of Mr. and Mrs rray Budner, was held at the home of his parents, 1954 s W ,2nd Terr., on Tuesday, March 20. Sandek was Mr. SUverman sandek sheini was Sol Budner, the baby's grandfathers ^parents we— I fried officiated ^Jewistineridlan I MUJTGY **** ******* *"— %  ** %  ** t ,%MLxikt ^ a i xoji o w Terr., on Tuesday, March 20. Sandek was Mr. SUverman and sandek sheini was Sol Budner, the baby's grandfathers. Godparents were Mx. and Mrs. Maxwell Schwartz. Rabbi Philip Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman are entertaining Mr ond Mrs. Benjamin G. Browdy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cherner of Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Julian B. Venezky of Peoria. I Mr. Browdy is president of the Zionist Organization of America' 1 Mr. Cherner, national co-chairman of the Israel bond campaign committee for the ZOA; and Mr. Venezky, chairman of the eiecutive committee of the American Financial and Development Corporation which is to float the $500,000,000 bond issue in | this country on behalf of the Israel government. ^ ^ ^ The bris of Ira Mark Bregman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Biegman, 6868 Harding Ave., Miami Beach, took place Sunday March 18. Acting as sandek was David Utley. Godparents were ISolFeldman and his mother, Mrs. Feldman. Rabbi Philip Fried I served as mohel. + Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sakols, 4710 Pinetree Drive, Miami [Beach, have as their guests their children, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore iLipman and children, Lois and Millard, and their grandson, I David Schimmel, all of Baltimore, Md. r Mrs. Sylvia Hollander, wife of Dr. Hollander, of Newark |N. J., has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Esther Sonenblick land sister, Mrs. Lillian Richheimer, of Miami. She will leave I here Friday. r Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver, directors of Camp Osceola, [announce the birth of a daughter, Robin Candyce, on March 16. ^* "^* ^R Mrs. Frank Thompson, 1241 N.W. 58th Terr., will be hostess lot a cocktail party in honor of her daughter-in-law, Betty on [Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. Guests will be Mrs. Rose Slan'ner, L *i Al Berlin, Mrs. Leonore Szerlip, Mrs. Fredric Richard Rosen, is. Zelda Kitchins, Mrs. Nicholas Biglin. Mrs. Rose Lesser will assist her daughter as hostess. Miss Yunka Mann, Israeli artist who supervised the exhibition of Israeli art recently held at the Peikin Galleries will leave for New York City Saturday. Miss Mann will direct displays m Enclewood, N. J., and St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel, of 4444 Post Ave., Miami Beach, %  nw as quests their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin per of Greet Neck, L. I. Mrs. Meisel's sister and brother-in-law, m. and Mrs. Robert Schlacter of Manhattan have just returned El A u ,hree week s,cf y with the Meisels. Also, this weekpna, he Meisels' son, Lewis, of Jacksonville, will visit his rrents. mm wjliam Rothman of 930 9th St., Miami Beach, is recuperatedtnome following an operation on March 9 at the Doctors' Hospital in Coral Gables. Mr Mrs Louis Makovsky of 825 West Ave., Miami Beach, left ww. Louis to attend the wedding of her nephew, Ronald w ovsicy, 0n Sunday. The newlyweds will then spend their loneymoon here in Miami Double-Ring Candlelight Ceremony I nites Charles Alfred Boneparths PAGE 7 A Carriage Announced Imian V TTi *** a former MiguiBessie Bee Siegel. to NasLmE.2 M ? rch 22 has bee" fed Vr d r b> ; her Parents. Mr. pe Md C Rosenl >erg, Baltiio22 e R„ OUple wiU ** at home at F£ SKf Ave Baltimore, Betrothal Told f43NE an fil M Armin Brown NageLnf f St V announce the FSTM of ^eir daughter, PR Simm Un S? S'mmons, son fTheS ns ; 7 3N W 6 5t hAve. Km M,amtft? was K r ad !" ted Ka?S?; son Hj gh School Kr of V !" "**' of Star L„ a '? nai B'rith Young Ke 0 rde ? n nf ,K m i nah Chapter of rMr%T m 0ftheEast ernStar. P r m thp i T ns who graduated |oing Z,\ "'versity of Illinois, is F'VersSv g r ad uate Work at ^e Rational l-iJ 3 1 and teaches F ilt hZr H h, y ren at Ada MerWJ' 0 f H, h School. He is a paternity au E P sj lon Phi Brenners Will Be Honored At Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner will be honored at the annual banquet of the Daughters of Israel to be held Sunday, April 1. at 6 p.m. at the Edwards Hotel, Miami Beach, according to Mrs. Joseph Brenner, president. The Daughters of Israel was founded ten years ago at the Beth Jacob synagogue under the auspices of the local Mizrachi organization, and now maintains the Ritualarium at 151 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, in the interest of the observance of the traditional Jewish family purity laws. Greetings will be brought by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, founder and honorary president of the Daughter of Israel. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky and other local and visiting rabbis. Jacob Schechter, past president and tourist representative of the organization, will be the toastmaster. Reservations for the banquet may be made at the Edwards Hotel or by calling Mrs. Shapiro at 5-4247. A double-ring. candlelight ceremony at the Sherry Frontenac Hotel on March 4 united in marriage Eileen Lois Schiff of Miami Beach and Charles Alfred Boneparth of New York City. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Schiff of Miami Beach, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Boneparth of New York. Greta Joseloff was maid of honor, with Joyce Shabot and Barbara Steig as bridesmaids. The bridesmaids wore pale pink tulle gowns and carried horseshoeshaped bouquets of pink camellias. The father of the bridegroom was best man. The bride wore an all lace gown and lace train with illusion veil attached to a snug-fitting cap of tulle. She carried a bible with three white orchids. The bride's mother wore an aqua blue chiffon gown with a spray of baby orchids, while the bridegroom's mother wore lilac flowered taffeta with a spray of baby orchids. The bride graduated from Miami High School and attended the University of Miami and University of Wisconsin. Mr. Boneparth graduated from Horace Mann School for Boys and New York University. Following a reception and formal dinner at the Sherry Frontenac, the couple left by plane for a honeymoon in Nassau They will live in New York City. New Lodge Installs Mrs. Morris Spivak Mrs. Morris Spivak was Installed as noble grand of the newly organized Miami Beach Rebekah Lodge 39 at ceremonies Wednesday night. Installing officer was Mrs. Barbara Hendry, president of the Florida State Rebekah Assembly. Past presidents also assisted in ^L ^*^. the ceremony. ^^ Ik Organizers of ^^^^^A Die new lodge B are Miss Dorothy Diamond, vie grand and Mrs. Dorothy Salvat, who has been appointed conductor. Rose-Davidson Troth Revealed Mn arid Mrs. Louis T. Davidson, 70 S. W. 30th Road, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Jacqueline Ann, to Alvin Frederick Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Harris, 13 Farrey Lane, Belle Isle, Miami Beach. A reception was held at the Davidson home. Miss Davidson is a graduate of Miami High School and is now attending the University of Miami, where she is a member of the student association senate. Mr. Rose was graduated from Poughkeepsie High School and the University of Miami. He attended New York University graduate school and is now in the marines. HADAC0L b Requested By Nurses HADACOL Helps Folks Suffering Deficiencies of Vitamins Bi, Bj, Niacin and Iron. Mrs. Spivak —Arclmore Mrs. Charles A. Boneparth Bride-Elect Honored Mrs. Anshell Rackoff, Key West, recently entertained at a shower at the home of Mrs. Philip Goldman, 2915 S.W. 15th St.. in honor of Miss Honey M. Scrott, whose marriage to Julian Lawrence Pearson will take place on Sunday, March 25. Among out-of-town guests were Mrs. Maxwell Katz, Mrs. A. Issenman, Mrs. S. Cramer, Miss Laure Cramer, Mrs. T. Solomon, Mrs. Betty Mitzberg, Montreal; Mrs. H. Shields, Toronto. Registered nurses. In increasing numbers, are showing a keen interest in HADACOL and in the results that are being secured with this great modern formula. Requests h a ( v e been received from many of these nurses for professional samples of HADACOL and Mrs. I.ovett many of them indicated that they recommend the HADACOL formula to patients who are deficient in Vitamins Bi, Bi, Iron and Niacin. Mrs. L. D. Lovett, a registeredI nurse who lives at 2205 Walnut St., Philadelphia 3, Pennsylvania, says this about HADACOL: "I was down in Florida for the past month. I had no energy so several members of my family told me to try a bottle of HADACOL. My sister, who is a nurse, was taking a bottle so I tried a bottle. I feel fine since taking HADACOL. I do private duty here. I am 50 years old." HADACOL can help you itf you suffer such deficiencies. Ask. your druggist for HADACOL today. Only HADACOL gives youthat "Wonderful HADACOL feeling." £ W


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PAGE 6 B 'Jew 1st Her Mian Purim Reflections FRIDAY, MARCH 23 By DAVID SCHWARTZ If you want to get the real essence of a thing, go to a people's proverbs. And what did the people say about Purim? There is the Yiddish saying: "Fever is no sickness and Purim is no holiday." Purim is a time to make a lot of noise, a time when it is permissible, and even a Mitzvah, to get drunk, but it is not a real holiday. How can you compare it to the lofty inspiration of Passover, when a people dared to stand up for freedom. Purim just recollects how a girl with a pretty face succeeded in diverting a rather idiotic king from his evil and stupid designs. Nor can we compare Purim with the elemental festivals of Shabuoth and Succoth. Shabuoth recalls Mt. Sinai, the lowly mountain which in the world's history tops the highest peaks of the Alps, and Succoth is full of the universalistic earthly sap of the harvest So Yiddish proverbs concluded that Purim does not stack up as a holiday. But wait—there is another Jewish saying which has also come to be proverbial. It says that "when the Messiah comes and all other holidays have been done away with. Purim will remain." This is a horse of another color. Purim, this proverb tells us, is I Israel continues to make sports and tournev chairman Abe Lintoe only eternal holiday. headlines. The new state, not yet I denbaum. In Montreal, the com; The two opinions are. in sharp three o]d jg ma | petition was chaired by Harry | Vnnffnnn ir\H HirnnlnH K\ rlfl^rnc Peretz School* Plan Purim *w A Purim masquerade iyT I val will take place PtftfiS men's Circle Peretz <£w


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PAGE 12 B +Jewist< rtcrkfian FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 29 Mon. 18 Women dominated For 1950 Outstanding Citizens Awards Twenty-nine men and 18 wornI ship of the program. The pi en have been nominated for the W as originated in 1947 bv Sholem •Outstanding Man and Woman of, Ld w j B rith wnich an 19o0. it has been announced by • ... general chairman. Louis F Snetnually spearheards the civic proman. %  gram. Winners of the fourth annual Also participating in the coreawards made by civic groups In monies March 2!) will be Boy Dade Countv to the man and Scout Troop No. 89, which will woman for unusual civic achievepresent the colors, ment in Dade County will be anThe band concer t, starting nounced on Thursday March 29. u .„ 7:45 pm wil j pre at 8:1a p.m.. at a public rally in cede the ,.,,-.....,, awar ds program the Bayfront Park bandshell. \ and the general pu blic is invited. Sen. George A. Smathers. I Women nominated tor the principal speaker, will be tatroawa ds inc lude: the Mesdames duced by State Repiesentative Mv ,. ;le Taylor Bradford, GwenRobert L. Floyd, who will serve oln Bi; s E as ma remonies. Smathers EnterIine Evelvn Floyd | was the guest speaker at the first G Har ese award rallies in Bayfi ns Jessie Park in 1947. The full evenings K .... Dav id D, P lla k, E program will feature a complete R lie Smith. J band concert by Caesar LaMonaca v ., Sydnev L w b. Luand his Band and soprano sol Education Bureau Issues Passover Unit by Fay Dn z n the Missi V ice M. MacVii..: an I Judges for the 1950 %  '. M K :.: John Wahl Jr.. chi rn n. Mrs. L : edenck F Ravhn Dr. Mar!. : s. Hug :. -::'.i Niles. The -T in< h ti iphies il I to the winn< : M. Lipton. president oi the Dad G .".. Ja Federal Savings I L n Astion <'f Mi. year's awards. Mayors of all Dade C municipalities have :::. ally proclaimed Thursday. March 29, as '.. Bandel, Judge B kl .' : Hell. Pit -• n Bird. S B id. A .'. i Gi i: Iward I. Keller, Jr., Mam. Kl< in, Th is. J. Kelly. James L Knight, Jack K • I. Judj Stanley Mill m 1. Pi:: it, J ihn L Ric::. Melvin J. Richard. Burnetl Roth. Irving Schatzman, The Bureau of Jewish Educa,: n is publishing a special Passover unit for use in all of the lh schools. Max Meisel. chairannounced this week. The ,ver unit is centered around one text, the Haggadah, and is a blend of the subjects of the curriculum mi" one central approach. "In twelve lessons, the unit describes how Hebrew reading. Hebrew language, Jewish history, customs and ceremonies, Jewish values. Bible. Jewish legend and lore, Singing, arts and crafts, can itegrated into a child's projling I • us experience around the Seder tabli s." Meisel said -Th Passover unit offers the to the Jewish teacher text for a full monl bi ing I i the Jewish child an historical and livin • herenl !gle for human com• •-.. exver P n InM poi the bureau, will this I brought to various sponi ganizations in further effort to make the Jewish home complementary to the Jewish school. The program includes: "Customs in Preparing for Passover." "How to Conduct the Seder," "How to Sing the Passover Songs," "Games and Home Preparations for Passover." "Cooking Demonstration and Recipes for Passover Dishes," 3BE& a nd Signifi .Details on how to hri„„ st.tute to qualifying o'lV* may be obtained by £? bureau at 3-5858 JLS the 9-0489, Picnic On JWV Calenc West Miami Post 22^ n Jewish War Veterans will U fl *y a Cran picnic and fish Park, Pit 2. on Sunday jh r fc at 10:30 a.m.Reservation m" made by calling 87-8842. "Outstanding Citizen's Day" and Harold Shapiro. Col, Elry Stone. city commissioners, city council-I Stephan de Szabo. W. D. V men and other public officials Col. Jack R. Younger and Chester will be on hand to participate in the ceremonies. More than 90 civic, fraternal, veterans and service organizations have cooperated in the sponsorM. Wright. The first commercial factories to make plywood were erected in Russia in the 1880's. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 -METROFish Corp, WHOLESALE ONLY SALMON • WHITE FISH • STURGEON • KIPPERS SLICED LOX and NOVA SCOTIJ New Shipment of Herrings and Greek Olives HERE'S A Dial 58-5300 MIAMI BEACH 18 OCEAN DRIVE SPACE MAKER MODEL NB-8 REFRIGERATOI A big $^l-cu-ft G-E Space Maker that I tually bfolds H more food than most refri orator^ now in use ...yet occupies no larg floor area! Packed with wonderful fqod saving fa tures! Aig stainless steel freezer holds upt 24 lbs/f frozen foods and 4 ice trays! A'fl Kedi-Cube ice trayal 1'ermacolor shelve 269 .95 Wo o'ker manufacturer can djuai G. E.'s service record/ 1200 CORAL WAY 5 YIAR GUARANTEE FOR BOTH DRY %  ^WOOD'AND SUBTERRANEAN /TO^ TERMITES Mtniiute Com^anu Authorized Dealer ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS



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J^r Women ti in Purim Fete {!' Women Club No. One E 1 n ,i Beach wi 1 sponsor a VfcSS on Saturday. K 24 at 8 P-ni. at the Town RLach Club. 1 Lincoln Road. i Beach, according to an ncement by Mn Henry %  I iv even 1 -rersaries of several (jirn Miss Gerson Becomes Mrs. Frank Shear Mum1 din. presid.'t Z event will also mark the jding anniversaries of several LkM Max Shapiro will be ft spe^cr. Also scheduled ,*ar are Cantor Maurice Xs who Will offer Yiddish %  and Ruba Bind'"' u Hebrew selections, and L who will Play the accornandsins Hebrew folk songs. Iproceeds from the affair will l wards the children s building lid in Israel. Lonhoff To Speak Iga-ry Simonhoff. attorney and Cnisl for The Jewish Florif-1 will be guest speaker at the Liza Outdoor Forum, 124 11th [ Miami Beach., on Saturday, Xrch 24, at 8 p.m. I&monhoff. who recently reined from an extensive tour of •ope and Israel, will speak on Remnants of Jews tope in $^^S* ViJacob H. Kaplan, rabbi leritus of Temple Israel and Vident of the Greater Miami fcbinical Association, will disi "The Synagogue Today" at I Flagler-Granada Jewish Commity Center on Friday evening. u 23. at 8:30. Mrs. Frank Roy Shear Miss Myra Gerson became the bride of Frank Roy Shear on Sunday. March 18. at 2:30 p.m. in the patio of her mother's home, 140 S.W. 15th Road. Rabbi Irving Lehrman read the service The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Marcia Gerson. Mr. Shear's father is Harry Shear, 1220 S.W 25th Ave. Given in marriage by her uncle, Sam Gerson, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of faille and nylon. The bodice was embroidered with seed pearls. Miss Dorothy Singer served as maid of honor in a gown of powder blue nylon net. Rae Carol Fischer was flower girl. Sonia I Caplin kept the guest book Murray Shear served as his brother's best man and Morris Levitt seated guests. The bride's mother greeted I guests at the reception which folj lowed the ceremony in rose taupe and beige lace with apple green accessories. For traveling the bride donned I a beige faille suit with brown ac, cessories. Upon their return from la wedding trip throughout the state, the newlyweds will reside at 1760 S.W. 13th St, The former Miss Gerson was graduated from Miami High School, where she was a member of Tri Beta Sorority, and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Shear is a graduate of Miami High School and is attending the University of Miami. Flying fish probably. move through the air to escape capture by other fish. •• y > fo f r ffle dy sta? f r9 and IrTin S Grossman, famous EnglishYiddish the H 00S p be featured' in "Bagels and Yox of 1951." coming _____evelt Theatre this Friday evening. March 23. THE ABRAMS HOTEL 302 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach 11 Be Open For the Passover Holidays and Will Hold Traditional Seders ** Ac ceptin. Reservations Call 5-6165 Academy Chora* Appears On TV dJJv Ch0 US (,f tht> Hebrew Academy appeared for the first time ;;^ V 'v.sion Thursday. M a S rchT2 e 3.80 p.m. on station WTVJ PuHm Pl u.^ 0t the the !" of clem S PreSented bv the academy children under the direcinstructor at the academy. dr?n !" uis d?y morning the children presented a P U rim masquerade in the academy auditorium 918 6th St., Miami Beach Assisting in the arrangements ,?,„,. ear nival were the inr'"f. t< ? rs J of the Hebrew and English departments of the aca.hI" y ir ar J d a s P ecia l committee of the Hebrew Academy Women consisting of Mrs. Moe Fenster, MJWSS!" Kogan and Mrs PAGE 11 A A TASTE SENSATION W0S& Golden Agers Plan Mock Marriage r-i T u e Golden A ge Friendship Llub of the Miami Jewish Community Center is presenting a one-act farce entitled "Tropical Mock Marriage" on Saturday, March 24, at 8 p.m. at the center. Tickets may be purchased at the center. Following the play, there' will be dancing to the music of I a waltz-time orchestra. JJUNE DAlRJ NOW AVAILABLE : INFAMY SIZE WEDGES-BUY fc< AT ALL GOOD MARKETS! MIAMI'S TRUER TO FORM DOG TRACK — OPENS ITS SPRING MEET Thursday Night March 29th 56 Days oi Star Studded Racing With the Nation's Outstanding Greyhounds Competing for Top Honors at Biscayne Miami's Oldest and Most Popular Dog Track. 10 Races Nightly %  %  Daily Double 1st and 2nd Quinielas Every Race No Minors Admitted Natural Air Cooling System FIRST RACE 8 P.M. See your daily papers for announcement oi special thrilling event opening night Express bus routes direct to track will be announced later. Check your daily papers.



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Reach Zionists Plan Fund-Raising Dance Th e annual dinner-dance and Ltammcnt of the Miami Beach en Strict wiU be held at 6W r ,blanca Hotel on the t. Pat 63rdSt.. Miami Beach. KS/USSi* April 8 at 6:30. 5 -Train* to Harry J. Sonz, Sin and Daniel M. Broad, ^-chairman. AIV Van Straaten. president of fc Beach branch of the Zionist ftfanition of America said. ^" i s the only fund-raising, r we sponsor during the year ; 6 it is my hope that the com, Snity will favor us with its support" HP stressed the urgent need for funds m Israel during thes e criti i 1 times since the monies re-; rived from this event will be Iropriated for the building of 70A colonies in Israel (which lessens the number of people now Fving in tents); the establishment of ZOA youth villages and -de schools such as have been H.ine at Magdiel and Katamon & Israel Goldstein Youth Vilijaef and the support of Israel Soldier Veterans Project, designed t,meet the social, cultural and vocational needs in this respect. Also the establishment of the 70A House in Israel for the promotion of closer fraternal and economic r< k.tionship between fie American Jewish community and Israel: the provisions of industrial machinery, food and other material for Israel's economic assistance through the ZOA Project Fund: and the promotion ^liB\wi[slWBojpWliiaun MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1951 SEC. B InraoU Nvwttletter Efficiency Sought In Industry By ADA OREN Shirer Talk Will Wind Up Series "Germany — Facing East and Ministry of Labor favors the setWest" will be the topic of the TEL AVIV-Official Israel has ting up of a central board repre, t b William L. Shirlately become acutely efficiencysentin 8 industry and labor to act conscious. The present annual in? s a coordinating body for the dustrial output of 200 000 000 J faet ory boards demanded pounds—a rise of only 40 percent bv Hls *adrut and so far rejected during the last two years while & m s manufacturers. In the without additional importation of bonuses, results have generally er on Sunday. April 1 at 8:15 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Shirer is regarded as a topHarry J. Sonz of Israel-American cultural relations through the AmericanIsrael Information Service, including exchange scholarships and Hebrew Chairs at United States universities. Assisting Sonz and Broad are Benjamin Appel, B. I. Binder, Shepard Broad. Ben Zion Ginsburg. Isidore Goldberg. S. A. Goodman, Fred Jonas, Dave Levinson, Seymour B. Licbman, Judge Kenneth Oka. Joseph Pardo, Melvin Pazol and Seymour Rubin. been encouraging. The sending of some Israel workers to the United States and various countries in Western sidered an authority on foreign machinery if workers and employers took sufficient interest in such an achievement. Since adjustment to a more, T normal economy often entails a : Europe opened their eyes to the loss of social standing, many Jewi importance of planning the time ish laborers are inclined either;" 1 those whose tempo is not set to regard their work in factory i b y machine. The Manufacturers and fields as temporary or to : Association sponsored a similar expect an intelligent and co. v,! > li by some. 0 f its members and operative attitude on the part off 1 up for them a technical in-; management. Many employers. I formation bureau complete with aithnuoh .,nm.niifirf .~ -..., .*!.• i production engineers. An Institute for Research into Production Efficiency, affiliated to the Association of Engineers and spon| Orlando Doctor Named to Natl Home Post although unqualified to run their i P' enterprises at the present stage, Still fight shy of efficiency experts and try to make do with less than the essential minimum !" red by both Histadrut and the I Dr. Clarence Bernstein of Orlando, Fla., was recently appointed to the board of allergy consultants of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. The appointment was made by Dr. M. Murray Peshkin, chief national consultant to the home, on behalf of Mrs. Fannie E. Lorber, its president, at a meeting held in Chicago. The home conducts a physical and mental hygiene program for the rehabilitation of children suffering from chronic bronchial asthma and other allergies, who have failed to respond to medical treatment in their own communities. Upon the referral of a physician who recommends a complete change in climate and environment, the home will accept any Jewish child, between the ages of five and 15, who meets its medical and .-• vice requirements. This ily program of its k:nd in the nation. One of the latest feat to be added to the home is a pletely alr-condiequipped with 'id radiant-heating. for the housing of the more diffi"Utcas estimated that ap' percent of the ""Wri l at the home for a minimun period of two years i to their own names fully i tvered or well on iltimate recovery. The home is supported bv ocganized voluntary philanthropy No f" ar 8' to the family for its service. Pc: ; il more informaon about the home may obtain l > o.v getting in touch with Dr. The local Jewish Social !" ce Bureau will assist in the of executive personnel or specialization. The steady seller's market resulting from two wars, mass immigration and insufficient raw materials, as well as high income and corporation taxes, encourage the running of huge expense accounts and the evasion of price controls by the lowering of quality. Deals on these points are frequently arrived at with workers out for raises not authorized by their unions, which last year decided to demand blanket rises only for workers in the underpaid categories and to peg them elsewhere to increased production. The falling proportion of wages in the national income over the j last few years is attributed both to profiteering and to the low vocational qualifications of many \ immigrants. Last year's pay deductions, based on a falling cost of living index since proved incorrect, are being refunded. A production department in the i Manufacturers Asociation, periodically publishes the results of its investigations into methods and specific industries. It also I arranges informative conferences for both managing personnel and workers. Many new trade schools for adolescents have sprung up in the last few years, often operated by the ORT Union. For adult immiWilliam L. Shirer grants courses are conducted by affairs, especially on the Eurolional. h Ro,hb d, former natad i ecretar f Pion Women can 7 9 lime ,eader i" Ameri?" Zionist affair., he. accepted W onn „. f dir *cir of Pioneer corning d,vi io n >n the forth9ov.,cam P>3n to sell Israel PioneeTw 1 **"?• ta "* country the r71 men Preparation, for May WTK 9 "' *? be inched in Rothha^ 91n ,nln ditelT.~ "Wbard announced. Dr. Clarence Bernstein handling of any application for admission. Persons seeking admission of a child may inquire of the local agency or communicate directly with the New York office of the home at 1407 Broadway, New York 18, New York, or the home itself at 3447 West 19th Ave., Denver 4, Colorado. Water power accounts for only five per cent of all energy produced in America. Wanted: Men For Minvans A call for additional males to conduct daily minyans at the Jewish Home for the Aged has been made by its executive director, Maurice Pearlstein. He has directed his appeal to men residing in the area of the home, 150 N.E. 53rd St. Religious services are held daily at 7 a.m. except Saturday when they are scheduled for 9 a.m. In addition, Friday and Saturday evening services are held at 5:30 under the direction of Rev. Israel Faber. trade unions chiefly at the expense of the Ministry of Labor, while other public agencies support them and their families. Lack of agreement between labor and employers' organizations restricts the scope of these efforts. The utilization of factory facilities for training, has not yet been offered by non-publicly owned industries. The introduction of legislation on the training of apprentices held up by a jurisdictional squabble between the Ministries of Labor and of Trade and Industry. The general manpower invenpean scene and his analyses of current events are followed by his vast audience of radio listeners. In 1934 he became chief of the Berlin bureau of the Universal News Service and commenced his famous broadcasts from the German capital. During the ensuing seven years, he compiled the notes which later became the best selling book "Berlin Diary." During the war he revisited the European Theater several times, covering the Nuremberg trials in 1945 and being on hand in the fall tory recently taken for both miliof 1948 during the historic Berlin tary and civilian purposes has not yet been fully broken down and may be out of date soon as a result of the immigration rate. Birds will not fly out of sight of the ground when there is a thick fog. Air Lift. 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PAGE 10 A JewistftcrMian FRIDAY. MARCH 23. Committee Named IJB^E^ To Welcome N*vo ysHSfSStrV* Each of the ZOA fg^fg&TUSEZ £& &£ in the Greater Miami area ind "" cSter on Saturday. Hollywood have made *Pomt5g !" ^81. rt ?13 p.m. • to the reception committee p rocceds from t he affair, which ph Nev ., senior consul wU] be hWd undor tho ausp i ce a Y ung 7. nist District, Seder 1 nducted by Temple presid. nt. Marty Is; Pndaj April 20. at Eig. Rae Freedi Mrs Dina p.m. in the Pagoda Room of the I M & ach Mas '• %  •• %  H teL Miami Beach. • ict, David A cantor will chanl the pray... • f mi I by a w ll-ki list. The menu will consist Biseayne Tra*k To €*irii 3lar<*li 29 ibis I set 1 %  21. M • f its vei -• and ng the I :. I :. %  • • ming %  t takes i %  • n April 16-1" 12 T ssic will ition of Sl.l -" : >y P. Mann first session traditional food and bever. be $12.50 i neci -%  ry pei .. ith special rates will : Iren under 12. urlog match i ly be made bv .: Due to the limited ng capacity. Abe Schonfeld. m s that reservation! log rly. man! Miami Beach *Zi and chairman of the reception The show wjl be accompanu .,i mittee. | pn Eden of the Alberta vo will v School of Dance and music for a major address at ••,% will be provided by Fred f all distri Is Sunday. Vt(?r ;md nia A!!e .. Tones. April 9. at the Miami Bea< n JewGeneral chairman of the event Center. :s Sandra Dubbin Assisting hi r Brenner and Don Mat.. a t ntertainment; Bob Bergen. jing; L.'.a Pearl and Arthur Zi nisi Disl I Pepf -. and door: Sandy .' S rley Stein. Linda Sun< April B at Kaplan and Ann Meyer, publicity; 6:30 p.m Phil S I r m. Barbara Levy and with Cookie Merlin, refreshments; Sue Liebr • %  : Hows Miami Nelson and Larry Marks, decora,| iti • Sand; Swei • i %  Eileen Hornstein, program Jent, Irving SaaL Arthui and h st Lee Winters and Harr>" SimonReservations may be made by ..: Gables Z i st Discalling Phil Solomon at 9-2279 or :: Lj • %  :• • %  %  r >j J >skind at the center. •scar C Lelchuk. 4-34 %  Dani vitt: Miami Beach —— —— \ r^-a. Rabbi Mann To Officiate Brownies Make trlits For Hospital Children Young patients at Mount Sinai Hospital Friday received scrapbooks and baskets filled with candy from Brownie Troop 118 of ne Elementary school. The scrapbooks were started several months ago by the members of the troop "to teach them the value of working for the benefit and ment of others." Because youngsters are not per'mittcd in the hospital rooms, the gifts were presented on the lawn. gifts in behalf of the children at the hospital were %  Barbara Greene. Barbara Klincr, Richard Pickover and v. therington. Gilmore, a regis%  the hospital, greeted the Brownies and th them. Leader of the Brownie Troop is Mrs, Sol Goldstein, and assistant Mrs Philip Peck and Mrs. Ralph Lieberman. Committee mother is Mrs. Ben Ross. M s tein said the materials for rapbooks and were supplied by the Red Cross. Shiadded that the group is composed ; of 15 seven and eight year old Participating in the program were Brownies Merle Schwartz, Audrey Rubin. Susan Grant. Ellen Malter, Sandra Green. Diane nd, Nancy Schwartz Carol Lieberman. Francine Goldstein. Diane Ross. Roberta Platt and Peck. Other members of the troop are Edna Casper, Arlene Greer and Roberta Winn. Gifts of scrapbooks and handmade baskets w< last week by the members of Brownie Troop 118, ol on behalf of the pediatrics section of the hospital Barbara Klinghopper and Tommy Wetherington. 1 in center, gave the group a short talk on the vali — Troop, who presented the gifts, were Merle Schwartx. Audrey Rubin. Susan Grant. Ellen Malter, Sandra Green. Diane Calland, Nancy Schwartz. C irol Lieberman. Francine Goldstein. Diane Ross, | Robert Plait and Patsy Peck. rere given to the children in Mount Sinai Hospital f Biscayne Elementary school. Receiving the gifM il are, from left, in wheelchairs, Richard Pickover, Miss Theresa Gilmore, a registered nurse, pictured lue of sharing with others. Members of the Brownie a— ft^.J_... O..WSM C..W All Seats Reserved Tickets at Box Office & Burdine's NEW DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM 2901 W. Flagler St. Ph. 83-4689 for a greater measure of Passover pleasui The original Sally 4: Ben Firestone 602 S.W. 12th Ave. • Ph. 82-9415 for Reservations HSRos MATZO ma



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PAGE 6 A "Strictly Neighbors" Bv HELEN ALPERT "MADE HIS MARK:" '• Peak-point of the week for many was the Ludwig Lewiso.-.n lecture at the M:anu Beach Jewish Center, sponsored by the Center Mi s Club. As Al Stone put ;t. -Lewisohn has rr.ade his mark r.g the great of the world." The old master —ade some marked obsevlt. r.i to us, such a? bis own recognition that "few have been reading me since about 1932—." It will take a deal of galloping to catch up. past "The Islar.d Within,'' s:n.e done his 31st book. More lecture-jottings: Pecple don't live in the same t culturally they are not contemporaries The intellectual life of mankind :kened to a pvr^~.j A: the broad base are those ere from 1870 to 1900. At the very .ho know this Is 1951 Have you ever looked a Le| face? I would hate to let them loose on the creation of a tradition A: parent %  Lewisohn soul sj it loud: "Notl any good t.\ kind -:' %  :'.—a revcl-t.n .r. • A n Brand-: STORY-STUFF: I one block in Chicafc H It's also th. a telegr not :n St t ; %  Atia-.::; Towers Hotel That's because f Mi ad Mrs Philip J L:'--.: annual vacati %  jnusual pj tamir; E %  sons. Seymour and usiness with f i nts". Seymour and Mai ..-..-.. so that mc It's pretty aronderful, tee a family r relationship :.-::.. busaatSB family ties Bii: : i v. ill be int a --.-—;P. Kassan, took a 1 Mrs. Kassan ani ended Jf Mian Bea for a few weeks' ita; Their son, Edgar, advertising guy %  %  .-..: imvea later .. MORE VISITORS: Honeymooners at the Bancroft Hotel the Arnold Ccwani and she's a mighty striking brunette-with-bangs zr.Mde a beeline for their Chicago neighbors, also here. Mrs. Irvirg Nudelznan and daughter Marilyn. And it seemed as if Key West's Arnie Robinson made a beeline for Marilyn. Arnie's stationed in Key West al the submarine base, as electronics technician The Jack Kofoed of Cleveland. Mill Widder. is at the Biarritz Villas with Dorothy Betly and Harvey Strauss are a lucky couple. In apartments rear their own are their favorite uncle and aunt—Brooklyn's Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shiftman, and cousins Dr. and Mrs. Monroe Roth. With Ihe Shiffmar.s is daughter Judy. fashion-designer. A stone's throw away—but who's throwing slcnes?—is Mrs. Shiftman's sister. Mrs. Evelyn Brambier House-guest of young Eliot Kleiman is his cousin from Riverside. Steve Kleid YOU SHOULD SEE: • %  %  '-' %  I •• .£2est show petual bantei 's going to get the ticket conct sessions packed I Baron de Hirsch Meyer Harry s C hen ; pier for :-. City Planning Board A. J Kaplan—Sol —S.d Steiner—Murray Franklin— rs—Nat Earner of the Clevelander Hotel.—Heavy subchamber of Commerce should not" get a hunk : ity Ian 1 .. Groundwork for the Purim brunch held Thursday, March 22. at the Miami Beach Athletic Club, completed by (seated, L to r.) Mesdames A Frank Wellini. Lena Mintzes. Emanuel Karg, I co-chairman of the event Louis Glasser. chairma n of the woman's gift unit Monte Selig, Celia Kaye rd Harold Jalfar; (stancUng. L to r.) Mesdames Melvin Weinkle. Alexander Robbins, Ber-j aard Goldberg. Leopold Schwartz, Louis Simon and Sidney Suss. Not pictured are Mrs. Matildi Ratner and Mrs. David Harris, co-chairmen. FlorenceLovinger Weds Bruce Isaacs The marriage of Miss Fl L vinger to Bruce Herbert Isaacs solemnized by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff at Phillis Kapp Dance Studio on February 18 at 2 p. m. The double-ring service was used. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lovinger. 2121 S. W. 6th Street. Mr. Isaacs' parents are the Jack Isaacs of Syracuse. N. Y. Arthur Neuer, brother-in-law of the bride, gave her in marLUNCH-TIME: Governor's C^: I s rr.ecca for the corr~-r.ur.itv-rr.inded. these cay? Or maybe they're just hungry like everybody else Lurxhspot remarks at City Council hearings. Ain't red tape.e.Met ifins Red Cross luncheon on Friday was opportunil Ber. Zion Ginsburg to talk so eloquently of the Miami Beach Jew. Editor now of the new format of "Gold Coast News Maaaaine" is Sara Beneckson NICE PEOPLE DEPARTMENT: Leonard • ??' w. c'" 1 3 Tatl,ude n "te to all who helped, even minutelv. S-I^J ?u a? w aUS t NEW IDEA: ""^ "Parents' Weekendplanned by Alpha chapter of Sigma Delta Tau al Cornell to ll^V P*" Bt with \ heir daughter's sorority associates. Kind* STvt n Ch f y un 9 ft bat thoughful of us old hags len at nome. i Mrs Bruce H. Isaacs r:age. Mrs. Neuer was her ter's matron of honor. A reception at the studio Manfred J. Berliner To Wed New York Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Melville Morris of New Y'ork announce the engagement of their daughter. Marilyn, to Manfred J. Berliner, son of Mrs. Celia L. Berliner. 541 S.W. 24th Road, and the late M. Jerome Berliner. The bride-elect graduated from the High School of Music and Art and holds an A.B. degree from Hunter College. She is now doing work at New York University towards an MA. degree in education, as well as teaching art at Junior High School No. 60 in the Bronx. Miss Morris is a former student of the Traphagen School of Fashion Design, and while at college was president of the Art Club and a member of the Anthropology Club and House Plan. She is related to Judge Edward Lazansky, former presiding justice of the Appellate Division in Brooklyn. A member of Hibiscus Lodge. F. & A.M., Mr. Berliner has been a resident of Miami for the past 11 years, practicing law in the Miami area since his graduation from the University of Miami School of Law in June, 1949. He was awarded his A.B. degree from the same school in 1946. He served in the Navy for three years in World War II aboard the U.S.S. Polaris in the Mediterranean, South American and Pacific war theaters. While at the University of Miami, he was a member of Iron Arrow, the "M" Club, the History Honors Society, Phi Epsilon Pi social fraternity ernitv ",£?*!, EpSil n J egal frat "Seating it every ernity, and also served as presidav'" Rudv R ] dent of Lead 8c Ink. Theta Alpha Adfe.141020t.nSt.; and sports editor of the! Miami Beach, Fla. Marilyn Morns NO CONSTIPATION AFTER YEARS OF MISERY! "For years I had been taking msn' kinds of laxatives. Then I tried ALL-BRAN. It not only keeps n*| regular ... I really sisHurricane. One of many unsoIn tennis, Mr. Berliner was the %  licited letters from AL'S DELICATESSEN Full Line of Kosher Delicatessen. Smoked Fish. Bakery Goods Catering to Parties, Bar Mitxvahs and Weddines Hors d'Oeuvres. Petits Fours. Our Specialty 706 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone 4-0129 fol1943 Eastern Intercollegiate owed the ceremony. The bride%  Doubles champion, along with his groom s parents were hosts at a teammate, Francisco Segura the dinner at the Shelborne Hotel. current national ~--'—' After a honeymoon in Havana, champion. the newlywedi are residing at i A late ALL-BRAN users. You, too, may expect to overcome constipation due to lack of dietary bulk it you follow this advice: hat professional 2 7 STORY FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTED WAREHOUSES AVAILABLE ALSO SILVER 4 RUG VAULTS AND PRIVATE ROOMS LOCAL HAULING & PACKING the former Miss Lovinger was in New York Citv graduated from Miami High Scnool. studied voice at the Miami Conservatory and sang with a LSO unit during the war. Her husband was graduated from the University of Miami. He is the owner of Bruce Furniture Inc. satisfied after lOdays, returnefflP'J carton to Kellogg's, Battle tree". 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, MABC H 23, 1951 0 Pledged [ted Cross Drive *Jewisti irkriidHrmn PAGE 9 B ri n ,• Chapter of the S3 ntered the SofHs annual fund drive I %  I dost ,-,./(mm chairmen 1^1 $142,154 has been • -•%  '.;. ML neralchairW 1 *' i that ieff. 1 '" i '1 Chthe f inal >al by the end for March I County diviEve reached their quota, acK t0 rep is from their C^en this week. are the El Portal area. IbyMrs w Cooke, Etas l|U "'' 1 Beach secSamuel n r the top [ %  L jj thi 'he major ervice thunder 0. 1 ne Housh. liquota Roush re I nver 90 een raised. ie:top ranking livisions in"ihe retail merchants, of Kg T. J chairman, the coir:1 by John ts SI8.882. (.730. Both lev,. 60 : quota. I tent ap|> completes idiv ition for • I n, forttee head, Ibeen ap; man of legal div J m i if the i has apI i to conJl unty em1 %  .'ill head 1ees, I cha l division, are still areas %  ... not bei n I • volunteer I 89-6661, i ntial area HttlJco. OHITIAIIIES SAMUEL BERNSTEIN SamuaJ K. Bernateln. 82 founder '.' %  ni .1 the .v, Oliver Co. .., \, v,, u ,, ..,, Baturlay ol i heart attack al hi. Miami '"•"••' %  founded the coi ,,.-. ,„.„. 60 yeara ago and retired 2 yeara ago Miami Beach, n 1603 Knclld Ave. Mr. Bernateln vn.,1 bj hla Wife, Mis. .s In; rour :-ms. in. : idlnu Phliin Miami Beach, \ Ice i> esidi i %  cimpanj and u ilauirhti i a, the i •' • %  • % %  "' %  %  'ill 11'.; II11 r. s. '|| Riveralde Memorial ( hapel, Miami B, tc and bui lal u be | n x en MA-X LEHRMAN ,'... of 801 N K. THh St.. ,,,,-s.ii awas Man h l .. He w nl here i ir 69 >-eara i omlng from New t'o k ll,' "'iii ii i lui Surviving are his Rose; son, Abraham, of Miami; I daughtera, Mis Louia Uibba of Talla Ihaasee, Mrs. Alvln Cotton, Llndale '.' % %  :i1 1 Mra. Kara Tral r, of Sacramento; also tc n grandchildren s. i vl, ea were conducted In Cordon Home with Rabbi Max Shapiro offlcla put to ih n the •!••" isi. Section i i w Ilawn Park. SAMUEL RUTTER t 1301 rlnininco \\ | away March 13th. Hi e here 12 %  '-" from B klyn I ol Hoffman's Cafelei In He I'm ea hla If, M She lili.n. one daughtc r, S ; Franklin, >.f Boaton; two lirother, II. i in. HI. i,i .\, u Voi k and Nathan, of Urookl) n; one .-i.-i.-i-, Vetta I i ux, Miami I leach, s.i \ I, n re i >ndw ted in the Miami Beach Blka Club with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating Arrangementa were In charge of Miami Beach Riverside Intermenl t".ik place in Mi. N. bo 'emetery. MRS. RACHEL LEE JANIGER : DOlM Michigan .\ ^ i u s awa) on thi 16th She • .\. yoi k i' ieavi a oi a nd l %  ea were held rlc u Mi i: ihbl M ha) I' Mann I Ing. Intel inct-nt took Mt. Sll BENJAMIN KAPLAN B I • • flway on Man h ;• % %  h. Hi %  a i el Ired w n r of the ^ Key (-on • il H I eavc thre, H uel and Irving. ol Mi i r, i I'.. Hi two do hn a nd l: Kaufman, both ol Win i • %  i Bead R • Rabbi .i -I'll li Rai fflc luting. I n i. rment took isical Program teduled I or Aged ew Purim being arMi licov, t, for the Aged at N E. 53rd I 5 25, at 2:15 program g, interim, and i Polishe | Paul Heck. I in,,ii i; :; } : nist, with the piano. rve as my Miss %  in and Dr. ARTHUR FARMER 56, of 121 t'o Una Ave pasaed awa> on the 19th 11< leave ins nIfe, Vickie. Mr. Farmer waa an engraver and came here four yeara ago from New York. Servicea were held In Miami Beach I a with Rabbi MOB, s loff officiating. Interment t-'k Place it. Mi b'lnal Cemetery. Np Will Present mm In The Streets" Democracy Presem K in the „, n n I .y. March over station iStJS >'s wedi'i program ,: i veil Thing, io "r a "' J PFox, Vic 11 and G Marx. Li 1 3:30 tejoonwa AND %  J METAL WORKS See or Phone Me NAT GANS 3-4616 — 4-9981 LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Metropolitan Life ln. Co. 907 Blacayne Bldg. 19 W. Flagler St. 69 Marc four New Beac i.. ul I:..I \l 12 E In M Isaa plac e few •-;; A" Rabbi "K. Inte ,, took M •• %  %  ni.'. di SAMUEL HIRSCH M I,';.; i-|'i Coral w ?r""""ed away MI. Milton; daughter, Mrs. Irving Ainoici. The remains were sent to foi nervlcei ami nl bj % %  rdon (Mineral Home. waa a waa JOSEPH LINDER • % %  ol 121 N'.w. :a,l Ave away i uddc nlj March 17 li I for six yea He in the Down Town Synagogue io|,l •;"' l' i'i' H irviving are Ins wife, iI it, Mich.; thrc i Sara Ackner, Miami, Mis. bather Main-. Flint, and Ms Blanche Dun, Flint; three brother* nd Nathan, all ,,f itt8burgh; thrc. %  tera, Mrs. Fannie Rice, Mis. Bella I euateraharn and Mra. Beaaie Flnkelatein, all of Pittaburgh; also i, ii grandchildren; thn e real i | dren. Servicea ere n Oordon Funeral Chanel by Rabbi Marvin Zelkowltx. following which the %  i, aent i" Flint for further s. i\i,-,-.and Interment. SftNDS MEMORIALS THE FINEST IN HEBREW MONUMENTS 2759 FLAGLER ST. Israel Educator To Speak To Zionists Khaime Riskin. supervisor of Agricultural Education for the State of Israel, will be guest speaker at the next meeting of tin Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club on Wednesday, March 28. at 12:15 p.m. at Lincoln Manor. according to Harold Shapiro, chairman. While in this community, Riskin will be a guest of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman of 1748 Biarritz Drive. Miami Beach. Riskin. who will speak on "The Training of Youth in Agriculture," will study the agricultural educational progress of the schools in this area. Harold Shapiro will be the toastmaster, Charles H. Lee will report on Israel news and Jacob ('. Fishman will lead community singing. Assisting Shapiro with arrangements are Daniel M. Broad, Paul Eisman. Canto: Kelemer, Sam Prosterman and Irving Schatzman. Gables Young Folks Schedule Outing The Coral Gables Young Adult Group is sponsoring an all-day outing at Carmel Ranch on Sunday, March 25, according to Reuben Nordenbcrg, president. Activities planned for the day include swimming, riding, square dancing, haviides and a barbecue dinner. Reservations must be made by Friday. March 23, according to Nordenberg. Further inform and rest i vati >ns may be made by calling Miss Abby Silverstein at 9-9449. I WANT MY MILK Estab 1924 WHY / YOUR BEST BUY Block from Timei Square ... Walking diitance Io everything worthwhile. A VALUABLE HEBREW CALENDAR! A NEW EDITION! FREE TO OUR READERS! And Be Sure m FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. A Snapper Creek Loyalty Club To Hold Costume Ball The Loyalty Club of Eniunah l Chapter 175. O.E.S., will sponsor a costume ball on Saturday night, March 24, at the American Legi in Hall. 182H Alton Road, Miami Beach. All past worthy matrons and patrons will participat and I ceremonial march. Prizes will be awarded tor the best costumes, and there will be dance mu Men TV Weiden and his orchestra. Sidney Palmer, past patron, will be m ister of cerem >nii s. General chairman of the ball is Mrs. Henry Rabin, pas matron. H >sts I evening will be Dr. George A. Graham, worthy patron, and Mrs. David Alper. worthy matron. Above is the famous 24-Year Hebrew I'nylish Calendar; the new edition goes to 1952, starting in 1928. Jewish Holidays, 193 u to 1964. • By arrangement with one of our advertisers this useful calendar in ils new edition is being sent free to readers of this publication. For your copy, write a letter or postcard lo:H. J. Heini Co., Dept. J2 Pittsburgh 30, Pa. TONIGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB FIRST RACE 8:00 P. M. NO MINORS ALLOWED EXTREME SOUTH END OF COLLINS AVE. REV. 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DAY MARCHU1951 A Room And Two Eggs -Jmlsli ncr/diari PAGE 7B L SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN wineists and sociologists ^t hat the average perPi? fu"y f* the sign" ca !f sums that run into •"/J multi-millions, of 10 ManV PPP le are ,m SbfthefartthattheUJA r engaged in a national ^n to"ai.se over $200,000,Wcver. the importance of ', individual contributions beLinsignificant in comparison *Jh The magnitude of the mav depress rather than tJihe individual contributor ft necessity of giving the >* that he can afford. i Israel has taken in over %  immigrants in three years difficult to comprehension. 1 trip to Israel last year, things occurred that lmyci themselves upon me to a [mater extent than any of the tT amount of figures and Lies that have been compiled Eg* the needs of the UJA. llB order to appreciate these tevents, I must state I went to I to visit mv son, Charles, II had taken there in 1949, _,, he was fourteen years of .tostudv at the Herzlia Gymsum, a high school in Tel Aviv. ad left him with a family who I not need the money I was rjug for food and board but like most Israeli families, kv had someone living with because rooms are scarce beyond belief. He shared Ibedroom. .luring the first few days after /arrival, Charles always wantf to be in the hotel and only in room—not even to stay in ; lobby. On the fourth day, I ally remarked: "What is the mfic allure and attraction that i room has for you? It is just I ordinary hotel room." His rei was: "Daddy, you don't know la! it means to be alone in a pm. You don"t know what it fans to know that no one can, (thout a 'by-ynur-leave' open fir door. You don't appreciate Ivacy." liy son did not say this comiamgly. In America he had frays had his own room and Idid all his friends. He had aclired the Israeli habit of conIbuting his share without adulaIn or glory, but still there was Beaming to be able to be alone la room. The second conversation took ce on the day I was to leave Lydda, Israel's international ort at 5:30 in the morning. On (previous evening. I had told lrles that it was not necessary for him to go to the a*rport with me after he stated that he so desired. As a considerate father I did not want him to arise at such an early hour. However, he insisted and said: "I must tell you the truth, Dad. I really want to see you off but I also want to go to Lydda because there the international travelers can have two eggs for breakfast and I haven't had that for almost a year." His ration, like that of other Israelis, was three eggs a week. He and all other Israelis are pulling in their belts so that they can share their limited food supplies with many thousands of immigrants still in seception centers, temporary camps and working villages. I wonder how many people in this land of plenty would get up at five in the morning and make a round trip of forty miles in order that they could have two eggs for breakfast? Perhaps the telling of these small personal incidents will make clearer the crying need for more housing and food in Israel. Your UJA contribution to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will help towards speeding the day when these conditions no longer exist. So You Think Your Taxes Are NEW YORK CITY (AJP) _! Along about this time of year many an American will grumblmgly grope through his pockets to pay his annual income tax. As the bucks leave unwillingly hands across the nation, many a sturdy taxpayer might take to drink to soften the blow. It doesn't often serve to soften aroused ires by smart-aleking "You don't know how lucky you are!" but have you ever considered what the average citizen of Israel pays out in the form of income taxes? A man in Israel with a wife and two children making $64 a week must pay out the average of 7 percent of it for taxes. His cousin in America under the same circumstances would have to pay only 4 percent. If that man with his wife and two children in Israel were promoted to foreman in the shop where he works, and was making $113 a week, he would have to pay 20 percent of it for taxes. Again his lucky cousin in America promoted to the same wage scale would only have to pay 10 percent. Now if both men were promoted to management executives and each was making $28,000 a year the Israeli would have to pay 55 percent of it for taxes while the American would be hit for only 25 percent Assume now that both men became presidents of their respective factories and make $140,000 a year to take home to their wives and children. Before they get home with it, the Israel government takes 66 percent while the American must sacrifice only 58 percent. The profits of corporations in Israel are taxed at a rate of 50 percent. However a large part of this tax is credited toward the personal income of the shareholders. There are many such arrangements in the tax system of Israel to encourage investment by American businessmen. The basic savings amount to a credit allowed by the Israeli government toward personal income on taxes paid out as stockholders in a corporation. This avoids a double taxation which frequently occurs under the American system. Among the many baits in the Israeli tax law to encourage American investment in Israel is the maximum of 25 percent for taxes placed on profits and dividends going to American investors. In the United States similar investments can be taxed as high as 58 percent. There are at present negotiations going on between Israel and the US government for a revised tax treaty. If these negotiations follow the same pattern as U.S. tax treaties with other nations, even more advantages will accrue to the American investor. Credits will be allowed for taxes paid to Israel on dividends to Americans by an Israeli corporation. Watermelons are more than 92 per cent water. 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PAGE 10 B vjewist Fhrldtfan FRIDAY, MARCH 9 Seek 3 Seats On Gables City Council Three open seats on the Coral Gables city commission are being sought by nine candidates, including one woman, according to pplications filed up to last Tui J's midnight deadline. Two of the nine persons, Com%  ner IT>;• %  >.i< I Hendrick and tayor W. Ki ith Phillips, ..re inbi nis who want to exchange tions. The female cai 1 ucilli P. Neher of 3004 Segovia S ho, with her husband, M H. Neher, has be< n i perating a laundry and dry cleaning business Other candidates are Thomas J. IJlake. president of Fidelity Title Co.; John E. Junkin of the Miami Daily News advertising department; S. A. Shikany, retired businessman; Richard A. Marchall, Thomas A. Horkan Jr. and Stephen Hessen. Commissioners held over for another term are Thomas C. Mayes and Fred B. Hartnett. The election will take place on April 10, and the new commissioners and mayor take office < n April 13. .THE COHSNS* IOF BR.D0E. ?l) LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. Baron Named To Convention Post Reception Postponed The membership reception .-< heduled by the Miami Jewish Community Center to be held at the Hubert Richter Hotel on April 1. has been postponed because i i t'ne urgency of the Fedei campaign, said Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman. It is now scheduled t" take place at tile Variety Club atop the Alcazar Hotel on Sunday, May 6. at 8 p.m. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCI IT I'OI'IIT OK TUK KI.KVKNTH .irillCIAIfllKTIT IX ANI1 l"K 11 \l i: t'ol • \ n RUM — IN CM VNi 'KISY, \ -7. V M-IA.M M IMRKi i\V, I'l Intlff, vs. M.ICK JKNNIXll.S HARROW, !>.•fi-ndi \ Of, ALICE JRNNIN i. IMIUti i\V, V> Kc % %  • York • %  • ..... mi Hunt tin no) l M %  Ill \\ \'. r.i-..\ n. Iluililini;, M ii %  I' ui jii • %  I".vk of the < rl %  '! or • the 16 da) of Apt II, 1951, othet wise n ilecror pro eonfesim %  you Utted this 1 rinj of Mnrt-h, I I i-: B I.I.WTHKK.M ,\ clerk of I hi • i vim t ill four) x. .-ii Bj Wit W. STOCKING, : I 6-1.1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE I'lltCriT I'tU'RT Ol THK KLEVENTH Jl'DK'IAL. ClRCflT IN AND full DADE COl'NTY. RIDA, IN .11 V-NCKRY, No S 176. J" "MKNICK LOO \\ V Pla i tiff. vs. U.A 1.' ;.\NA. Defendant STELLA I ANA. nil Byrai .-. X, H Vol k. o".. ., i opy of your wer to the Bill ol Complaint for n plaintiff's attorney, HAROLD SHAPIRO, 827 i %  : each, Florida, nnd file %  I In the %  •!'• ( the Clel • i ilii> i '..in i on or before Api II 9 thei wise a 1 ree Pro i I be enteri d against j nu IIATE11 Mar. Ii 9, 1951 i: B LEATHERM.VN, I ill Court Bj K. II RICE JR '• Clerk. : 30 i 6 Tune in "Jewish Forum On The Air-' Station: WFEC (1220 on dial) Fridays 10:15 A.M. Sundays 2-3 P.M. Directed and Announced by NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE ClRCflT COCRT OF THK 1 ITH JCDICIAI. I'IKI TIT IN AND l'i >R DAI >B I'l H'NTY, I 'I.' Hill 'A IN I'll VNCERY, NO 139 HAROLD B SI'AKT. Trustee, Plaintiff, \ HELKNK SWIFT, known • i bi dead or alive, THK I'NKNOWN SI'Ot'SE, HEIRS, l>E VISEES, OR VNTKES, CREDIT" Hi* lilt OTHER PARTIES CLAIM1NO BY, THROl'tiH, I'NDER OR AGAINST HELENE SWIrT, AND HER I'NKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR ALL PERSONS HAVING "II CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IN THE FOLLOWING DESt'RIBED LANDS: LI IT 19, IN I'.l.i II K 38, i •!•" COH II. GABLES, SKI 'Tit >N II Al 'i 'i IRI i|NG 'l'i i I'lli: PLAT THERKOl RKCtlRDEH IN PLAT I'.ooK V AT PAGE SB, OF THE PPI1LH" RECORDS OF DADE COl'NTY, IU IRII 'A, I '• fondants To THE DEFENDANTS VBOVE NAMED YOI", AND BACH OF YOl*. nre %  • %  d In lull %  • %  I plaint has bei ti brouitht ngnii I bj ii \ia 'ii' n SI'AKT TI iti ihi ff. i i • %  • titi< %  I plaintiff and to remot • %  %  %  • |.i the |""| v herein i pil ind you are i servi f y.mi nswer oi %  %  : ttnrneyf \ • fc S ie( II Lim -In l: M.I. %  I'.ol %  • answi r n ple.i • off of the i" t| %  16th da I If you rail to do so i he alloc itions of tin I'omplaint will In Involve i In this i '."i. i %  .. ),,< %  iloi Ida an I 'more pat Ucularly desei Ibi I ns : lion Lot 19, in l'.i'" k 26, of Coral Gables, Sei-tlon "I-".", according t" the plat thereof, rei % %  •) % %  • 1 In p Book -. nl P ice i the Public Ri rds of I will i %  • unt; i oi Ida DATED this 16 .lav of Marc h, I'll B LBATHBRMAN, i 'h %  ,: of the %  Dade County, Florida, II i '•.!: %  l Sa-nl) Bj WM VV S'I'I %  'KINO NATHANSON, OK \ & SPAKT s. tor %  ii,,. %  !., 10 I .i-l:: Appointment of Mrs. Robert Baron as chairman of the women's division of the stale B'nai B'rith convention, to be held in Miami Beach April 28. 2!) and 30. has announced by Mrs. Albert Moss of West Palm Beach, president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters, Mrs. Baron will act as the liaison official between the women's chapters in the southern part of Florida and the local men's convention committee headed by general chairman, E. Albert Pallot. Assisting Mrs. Baron with con: vention plans will be Mrs. Irving I Hoffman, women's co-chairman | and president of the Hollywood j Women's Chapter, and Mrs. Wil| liam Wolfson, second co-chairman of Tampa, Fla., and state chairman of the Anti-Defamation Committee. For information regarding the three-day state conclave to be held at the Casablanca Hotel, I women delegates and other in| terested persons may contact Mrs. 'Baron at 2-7019 (evenings). Auxiliary Plans Port A meeting of the Miami I Auxiliary will be held Mo March 26 at 1 p. m in the I Center. Purpose of this me, | is to plan a Purim affair thai | take place soon. Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer is t, man, and Mrs. Isador CoheJ chairman. Committee consis Mesdames Lewis Brown Daum, Leon Eber, Harry Sim Joseph Fine. Isadore Fine Geltner, Esther Goodman, J H. Katz, Sophie Rosenthal,] liam Schneidman and Rose' NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE I'OI'NTY Jl'DGE s I IN" AND l'i ilt DADE COl'NTY FLORIDA. IN PUOBATE, No, .' >. IS In Re ESTATE • 'IALEX J \Y Ri ISE Deci i8i i1 To All Credit and All P. i Rons II iv""•' I 'einands Against Said Egl m v %  f you are hereby I "'"I required to present anv claims and demands which you, or elthei ..f j ou, may ha\ • aga nst the Vlex Js Ri de< eased %  • Miami, I >ade Countv, Plot d to the 11 ii W F Blanton, C Judgri : pade Co inty, and fl in His office In the fj l ourthi '.I iade I 'out tv, I %  hi %  alendar months from '•• "I the first publ %  atlon here... t;nn the legal address of the claimant :iinl to !" %  BWOI II i I presented us afoi ••ild OI ime will l... bai Date Man li 16th, A I I BERTHA 1. ROSE As Administratrix of thi Est .\|. \ Jay !:...-.•. I leccased MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1023 Seyhold Blilg., Miami, i i Attornej for Administratrix 10 i •;-!:; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to e ni business undi r the fictitious i i Mm tins Beauty Salon at I Crandon Boulevard, Blscayne K Miami, Florida, intends to >:oil name with the Clerk ult Court of Dad V. if the '•.: Countv, Fl i Yri ..,,., < ountv, riorlda. I/8-J-16-2? B( -'DNER, Sole ix-,M.? TICE BY PUBLICATION IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF Till' ''•'''I JUDICIAL CIRV-UIT OF Cp| NTY. — IN CHANCERY Caae No. i:i440. ^ MADELEINE BLOMMAERT I Iff. vs. CHRISTOPHER I' „ BLOMMAERT, Defendant TO: ChrUtophet P, Blommaert, I8J Ity Island Avenue, Bronx 04, New York, New York ,' "" '"•' required to sei 1 1 iy of your answer to the complaint for divorce on the plaint Iff Arm.1.1 Watts, -.r.i's N„,„, We8| jj'j Avenue, Miami, Florida, and fl!,. the orlg-lnal In the office of the court clerk on or before April 12th, Dated tiii.s March nth ii-,i E. B LBATHBRMAN, ._. 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EDITORIAL Mordeeais The belated Purim that we celebrate this year reminds us of one Jew, Mordecci, who thousands of years ago together with his relative. Queen Esther, saved the Jews of Persia from destruction by the evil-minded Haman. It is well that we remember what one or two Jews can sometimes acccmplish for the welfare of their people. During the past three years, however, ever since the Jewish state came into being, it has been this state of Israel that has collectively assumed the role of Mordecai and Esther in saving Jews from annihilation not in one, but in many lands. By giving Jews the opportunity to emigrate from hate infested European and Arabic countries, it has revived their spirit and their hopes for a decent life for themselves and their children. Right new the Jewish state is in the midst of its inspiring task of rescuing the hundred thousand persecuted Jews of Irag, so close geographically to the Persia of the Mordecai-Esther-Haman story. More than a million Jews, citizens of the Jewish state, are celebrating the Purim of old by undertaking their own kind of Purim task, that of salvaging Jewish victims of persecution and hate. As we celebrate Purim this year it is important that we here in America bear this in mind, particularly in connection with the size of our contribution to the Combined Jewish Appeal. For by contributing as generously as possible to the C.J.A. this year we, too, can join with the Jews of Israel in this great new Purim undertaking. We, too, can join with the Jews of Greater Miami in keeping our local institutions functioning. We, too, can assume part of the burden, the carrying ATTENTION UNCLE SAM!— of which will make the celebration of the old Purim all the more real and vifal and significant in our lives. i urruina Favor In the struggle that is now raging between We and East, between political democracy and Co munism, for the soul of the German people anri of European peoples generally, American Jewish organizations, staunchly loyal to Western ideal of democracy, have let their voice be heard J S protesting the commutation of the sentences of 89 Nazi war criminals through the National Com munity Relations Advisory Council, they have sounded a warning note to American, and oer haps other Western, governmental leaders. The United States, they said in a letter to Secretary of State Acheson, "cannot safely CODV the Soviet Union's technique cf currying a favor with former Nazi leaders." The commutation o! these sentences and the return of the Krupp in. dustrialists to positions of power, it declared, "cannot but alarm our allies among the democratic nations of Western Europe and among the partisans of democracy in the countries behind the Iron Curtain" and cannot be considered an encouragement to democratic elements in Germanv itself. That these commutations were intended to placate the Nazi elements that are still strong in Germany in the effort to make Western Germany "a bulwark against the real threat of Soviet aqgression" is obvious. But, as the Jewish letter to Acheson warned, such a policy of expediency does not "accomplish its purpose and usually leads to other evils." Western democracy, if it is not to lose its own soul in the struggle with Communism and totali. traianism, cannot afford to coddle a Fascist totali. tarianism whether in Germany or in Spain or elsewhere. Siviiin ll.iloi.ili Set For April :i Dedication of a Sefer Torah to be presented to the Hebrew Academy by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg will be held Tuesdav. April 3. at 8 p.m. at the academv auditorium. 918 6th St., Miami Beach. This is the second scroll to be presented to the academy by Grundwerg, a vice president of the school and one of its founders. The rabbis of the various congregations and the leaders of the Jewish community will participate in the ceremony. Among the speakers to address the affair will be Dr. David S. Andron. academv president, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal. Musical selections will be presented by Cantor Maurice Mamches. The academy chorus will also sing Hebrew" melodies appropriate for the occasion, accompanied by Joseph Schreibman at the piano. Young Zionists To Hear Mortimer May Mortimer May. national vice %  president of the Zionist Organizaj tion of America and honorary life i president of the Southeastern region, will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the Miami Young I Zionists on Thursday, March 29, at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Community Center it is an: nounced by Don Schrager president. May, who has made several trips to Israel, will report on his j visits to the new Jewish state. Dancing will follow the meet1 ing. Roth Fl Tft Hnnnr I North Shore Women I Brandman Unveiling DC III LI IU IIUIIUI !i_x. T_ n. The dedication of Palmer At Dinner Peretz School To Hold Purim Party, Concert The Workmen's Circle Y L Peretz School of Miami Beach will hold a Purim party and concert Sunday, March 25, I I p.m. at the Lyceum. 25 Washingt in Ave Mian Bi ach. Joseph Weinberg, veteran member and former president of the Workmen's Circle will be honor. H. Novack, managing editor of Zukunft will participate. A representative of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be present. The school children under the leadership of their II r, L. Lasavan. will p a program and songs : %  the Purim val. Jacob Goldring. can; Miami Beach Jewish Center, will be soloist and will also lead community singing. A Purim dinner prepared by the Women's Club of Branch 692 will be served. Sisterhood Plans Monthly Luncheon The Sisterhood of the Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold its monthly luncheon and card party on Wednesday. March 28, at 1 p.m. at the center. Mrs. Sam Goodman and Mrs. William Pallot are co-chairmen of the affair. Also serving on the committee are the Mesdames Milton Wasman, Sol Halpert. Theodore Wayne. Morris Marmorstein. Dave Davis. Ben Trupkin. Al Rich. Nathan Strauss, Svlvia Greene and M. Keller. Reservations must be made in advance by calling 87-7493 or 48-4081. "Jotham Valley" Set For 5-Day Run At Dade Auditorium "Jotham Valley," musical play of the West, will make theatrical history in Miami this month by moving directly from Broadwav to the new Dade County Auditorium. The original New York cast of 55 featuies Leland Holland, of California, whose baritone voice hus pleased audiences in two continents, as 'Joth" Jotham. and II.-ne Godfrey, another California, who has won high praise in her first stellar role as "Joth's" wife, Jennifer. Cecil Broadhurst. who wrote the book and lyrics, brings his own experience of punching cattle to his portrayal of the ranch foreman "Spindle." The music is orchestrated by i Dr. Will Reed, who will conduct hire. "Jotham Valley" will be given ive days only, Thursday and Saturday, March 29 and 31*. and Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday j April 2. 3 and 4. Mail orders for | seats popularly priced from $1 I to S2.50 in the orchestra, $1 to i $1.99 in the mezzanine, and 75c in the balcony are now being received at the Dade County Auditorium box office. There will be special rates for students Congregation Beth El will tender a testimonial dinner in honor of its president, Sidney H. Palmer, on Sunday, March 25, at 6 p.m. at Dora August Memorial Hall of the synagogue. Palmer, who is serving his fourth consecutive term as president of the congregation, is executive vice president of the Greater Miami Cemetery Associa! tion. He is a member of the board of directors of Congregation Beth David, Congregation Beth Jacob and the Miami Jewish Community Center. He served as president of Congregation Beth David for 1 four and a half years, is past Slate Barn Dance Sisterhood of the North Shore Jewish Center will hold an "Old Fashioned Barn Dance" at the Miami Beach Y on Saturday, March 24. at 8:30 p.m., according to Mrs. Allen Acker, chairman of the event. Board members will serve as hostesses and Mrs. Frank Briskman and Mrs. Molly Rosenthal are in charge of tickets. Games will be played and prizes will be awarded for the best hill-billy costumes. Proceeds are earmarked for the center's education department. Temple Israel Club Will Honor Morris A testimonial meeting Wednesday, March 28, at 8 p.m. in Kaplan Hall to honor Hon. Joe N. Morris, recently appointed Circuit Judge of Dade County, has been announced by the Men's Club of Temple Israel. The moot court competition of 4he University of Miami Law School will argue the case of "Civil Liberties and the Right of Free Speech." The student council will include Robert McDaniel, Herman Bretan. George Nathanson, Richard Rodgers, Eugene Tannenbaum and Olive May Bean. Judges will be Hon. Paul D. Barnes, professor of law and former Justice of Florida Supreme Court; Hon. William A. Herin, Circuit Judge; and presiding. Hon. Joe N. Morris. Herbert E. Kaufman, program chairman, announced that refreshments will be served The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Fred Brandman, formerly of 271 S.W. 30th Road, will take place Sunday March 25 at 3 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Mr. Brandman is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jane Brandman; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Snyder, of Philadelphia; a sister, Mrs. Jean Raab, Miami Beach, and another sister of New York, Mrs. Rae Biehl; also a brother, Morris, of Philadelphia. Arrangements are in charge of Thurmcud Monument Company. Friends ani relatives are asked to be present Rabbi Lehrman Banquet Speaker Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be featured speaker at the annual banquet of the Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers Association to be held on Sunday, March 25, at 8 p.m. at the Victor Hotel, according to Louis Gadon, president. Louis Heiman, Miami attorney, will serve as toastmaster In connection with the banquet. a souvenir program journal has been prepared. Gadon said. Reservations mav be made by calling 2-8827, 2-6038 or 9-5829. Col. Dunbaugh To Speak At Center Film Forum Tenth and last of the series of film forums sponsored by the Miami Jewish Community Center will take place Tuesdav. March 27, at 8:30 p.m.. according to an announcement by Mrs. Samuel Uertman, chairman of the film forum comm:"' tk Fr k Dunba "gh. chairman ifni. A ^! ami Cha Pter of the United Nations Association, will e guest speaker and moderator in conjunction with the presentation %  of the film—-This is the United i nations. Sidney H. Palmer patron of Emunah Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star and past president of the Miami Avenue Merchants Association. A 32nd Degree Mason. Palmer is a member of Biscayne Lodge of the Masons, a Shriner, Miami Lodge of the Elks. Woodmen of the World and Fraternal Order of the Eagle. He is a lieutenantcolonel on Gov. Fuller Warren's tan The dinner is being especially catered by Pearl Gottesman, under the supervision of Nathan Gmsburg of the Strath Haven Hotel. i Morris Pepper is chairman of the committee. Puchkoff Memorial Meet A memorial meeting for Pincus Puchkoff. eminent Yiddish author. Hebraist and Zionist, will be held by the Histadruth LTarbuth Ivnth on Tuesday, March 27, at 8 p.m. in the Religious School Building of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Joshua Z. Stadlan will preside. Israeli Room Plans Authentic Purim Fete An authentic Israeli celebration of Purim will be held in the Israeli Room of the Hotel Ramaz, 146 Washington Ave.. Miam: Beach, on Sunday night, March 24 M Included in the festivities will be the hanging of Haman. the coronation of Esther and Hebrewsinging and dancing. Jewistiffcridr&n M Published every Friday sines iw' by The Jewish Floridwn at 120 N. J Sixth street. Miami 18, Florida. Entered at second-dais matter %  lugj 1930, at the Post Office of Mian". Fl., under the Act of March 3, W The Jewish Floridian has aosorDtJ the Jewish Unity and the Jew;" 1 j Mizrachi Group To Meet I A meeting of Tamara Chapter | Mizrachi Women is scheduled for I Tuesday, March 27. at 8:30 p.m. at the Ramaz Hotel. A new slate of officers will be presented during the business session of the meeting. Highlighting the program will I urim skit entitled "Halt the Music. Mrs. A. Louis MechI'witz. president of the group, will direct. nai editorial OHV..~"' ', can Association of English-Jewim Newspapers, Flori da Press Asso ciati*"; The Jewish Floridian does not guarantee the Kashrulh of the "W i-humllse advertised In Its colu mn!SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year £ 2 Two YearaFRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LOUIS ARONOVITZ News Editor The Otomaeian Indians of boutn America mix clay with their bread. OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Telephonea J-lMl-jfgLVolume 24 Mf** l2 ADAR II 15. 5


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rtmAV, MARCH 23, 1951 Local Citizens Help fo Control Prices T,,hnQ Public evidently is de. mined thnt price stabilization h g f; has to turn sleuth Edrive Uncle Sam the assistance l?to check up on "the but<>'. and anyone else who'attmepts to evade price control regulations, Complain"'-of illegal price InBM*s.and evasive practices are iradv coming in to the South Forda District Office located in he Roper Building in Miami, acSdtag to Sam F Dav.s, acting district director of OPS. "And most of these complainants name names, give speciL details, and are militant in heir support of the battle to beat inflation through control of prices" Davis says. 'In fact, consumers are not the only ones furnishing us information. Businessmen-the great majority who realize the importance of the program to our national security and economic stability—are just as quick to report violators within their own ranks," he added. Already the "chislers" are showing then disdain of not only the law of the land, but also of human suffering, a review of the complaints under investigation by OPS shows. For instance, a new and rare, and therefore costly, drug which promises relief from arthritis is reported to have fallen into "black market" channels, which either charge much higher prices for the already precious drug, or divert it to mure metropolitan centers where the traffic will bear the illegal demands. Complaints have been lodged against car dealers who allegedly are deliberately lowering their valuation on "trade-ins" or loading new cars with accessories. Cimplaints against some dealers allege out-and-out "side payments" above the list prices. "Tie-in-sales," those gentle little affairs where you have to buy something you didn't want, to be able to buy something you actually need—come in for their share of complaints, for they're strictly taboo under price control regulations. A complete survey of meat prices at both the retail and wholesale level is now being conducted by the Enforcement Division, Davis says. Specific complaints on alleged evasive practices by some meat dealers are being investigated, he added. These complaints charge that certain packers are putting out lower grades under brand names which formerly covered higher ym ADY£ruKJs~&-F^T* v %,+Jewist)ncridlian PAGE 3 B FACED WITH AN IMMINENT BANmt ATTACK WITH NO DEFENSEsfcXfTAIN V ^n T0V STUDIES THE KV \. AWil TERRAIN AND HITS %\\ VWT* UP N A PLAN..... \ WITH EVER>ONE SECURE AMONG THE ROCKS USING STICKS AND POLES AS MOCK RIFLES ACCORDING TO TOVS* PLAN, BREATH 5 SHORTEN AS HAO MUSA AND H/S BANDITS APPROACH... — %  ^r^z.Y^y HURRY, SHOUTS TOV, EVERYONE GET ALONG THESE R/DGES AMD LIE FLAT!" &*#m*' Barton's Bonbonniere Holds Literary Contest To stimulate creative writing, Stephen Klein, president of Barton's Bonbonniere, announces a contest among all children attending religious schools in the United States and Canada. Prizes of a $100 government bond, a $50 bond and a membership in Barton's Passover Sweet of the Month Club have been announced. Students are being asked to write either an original poem, an original story, or an essay on some phase of Jewish life. These may be written in English, Yiddish or Hebrew. Entries must be submitted to the school's principal by Sunday, April 8. Three prizes will be awarded in each school: one for each of the categories. The school's prize winning entry will then be submitted to its city wide contest to be held April 15. The winning entry for the entire city will be eligible for entry in the national contest to be held April 18. Ansin Elected To • School Office Ronald M. Ansin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Ansin, 228 40th St., Miami Beach, has been elected president of the student congress at Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. The student congress, together with the student council, governs a large part of the school's activities'. Young Ansin, who is now home on vacation, is serving his second term as a member of the congress. He is also captain of the varsity debate team, president of the Philomathean Society, Andover's 125-year-old debating organization, a member of the student council and the headmaster's committee. His father is active in the Greater Miami Jewish community. Dr. Kaplan To Speak Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will speak on the association's radio program over station WKAT on Sunday March 25, at 9:30 a.m. His topic will be "Why Man Is Ethical." Ancient Romans believed it to be unlucky to marry in May. FOR RENT-FOUR MEETING, ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Alio completely equipped Urge Roiher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar MiUvahi, Card Partlee and Lodge Meeting,. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-5922, FOR INFORMATION prices. There are also numerous complaints—again naming names — that lower grade cuts are priced as high as choice cuts. Anyone doubtful of his pricng position should immediately consult one of the pricing specialists in the Miami district office. Nature of Health Institute A new approach to Medication based on specialized blood and Laboratory tests. Scientific Colonic Irrigations Fecal Bacterial Analysis & Vaccine Electric Treatments riivsio & Mechano Therapy Nutrition Diet Spinal Treatments AJustments Manipulations of Spine, Feet, etc. Dr Harry W. Haag Phone 86-6904 9482 Harding Ave. Miami Beach JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned Mexxanine Floor The Showcase of Good Food The GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH M. NASATIR J. BIRNBAUM Program Director Associate Director WINZ Proudly Presents YIDDISH CLASSICAL HOUR NOW—3 TIMES WEEKLY Friday ft Sunday — 12 Noon Tuesday Evening — 6 P.M. HAROLD SHAPIRO Narrator RABBI ISAAC H. EVER Commentator SAVE REGULARLY WHERE SAVING PAYS • Take no chances witU your future. Let our specialized home tor savings put your idle dollars to work. Open an account with us today. 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B MAR CH 23, 1951 +JmMi noridg&n PAGE 11 B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE —ov PUBLICATION fHK 1; HCIAL CIRCUP PrSi.* IN \Nl> ,R HADE f!-'f 1 IN CHANCERY, No. I.D.N.IAMIN. I'liliHR^BAN ILN.IAMIN, 1>. IVOBCE d thai a Bill has been .a are re. .,• your Answer complaint ... ,., CHERTKOF K5£" mpla BuildIjgJ," d fll „ ,„.-. Pleading In the „( the Circuit 'i ,,'before the II day ol lo ao, judgl&Setiult be taken against K the wile' %  i""<>"> '" ,he I Mished once }\ eCUtlve Weeks sft'lsS 0R1 %  %  • "Miami, ~ftfin "' Ma ""' AU \ T B LEATHERMAN, clerk feHCw't. Da I. County, Florida. iK^wfTw. BTOCKIJJO. Deputy Clerk. BTKOF AND K KUBH 1 Unapla Bu Ming S^Tfo^PIalntlfl EH %  i : InRDER OF PUBLICATION I !" "-*ir."fiT l RT (>F THK PS-VNTII Jl"ll< I.M. CIRCUIT FmiltlPV IN \M> nR DADE f"n IN CHANCERY, NO. Jm JIAXTBCON, Plaintiff, vs. BOTHA M \ S"i-i> "i >N, Defendant. TMAKTMA UANTBCON J|Xvrth Main Si • t ,„ ..... red and re• %  %  ,ur answer .. for 1 'iv.ii.i-. I ,l herewith, [ nd ,,! •• n "' of the Clerk of I rl I M.I.< bounty, Ith daj "f Hi gation i ai concniEEMAN, lit Court. cie B) WM W r h f I STOCKING, Deputy Clark. hOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I RIVEN that | ;to engage in I ;.. name of Penna) Ivanla v .i to register mm ifith Clerk of the PL ''. .".nitv, Florida*. CHARI.I ABEL MILDRED FREEMAN Ik'K AND BHAPIRO | %  • Road In" i [lOTtCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW riCE Id HEKER GIVEN that ktdurjiitneil, lies 8 to engage In %  del • %  | oufl name of [Mti Sales C at 138 N.W. ptrt, v Intends to I; the I llerk of %  Circuit i de County, I STANLEY I'ELDMAN, t OTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I %  engage In it name of i i: Flagler Nil-HI i la, Intenda to Clerk of I Ctrtust Courl I ..nliCounty. I ALBERT i GROSS W11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS L mrt NAME LAW PnCE U Hi:];' v QIVEN that %  ngagr in is Main.' .if I.V, Ird Ave. %  register said £,,". ','• • the Circuit '• 1 'v, 1 ; '' %  l lorlda, HERMAN LEBEN, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned desiring I bualnj s w. Eighth si \l ami. Florida, undei the flctltlou ,.f A-l Liquor Store, I m il i V *ld name With the r'i, i Ircult Courl of Dadi County' tei Hi Florida. MORTON PESKO SAMUEL RUBIN Pr0pr,etor Attorney at Law 130 Lincoln Road. M. B.. Fla 879-18-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY' FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No! LOTTIE DORSCH, Plaintiff, v. JAMES .1. DORSCH, Defendant TO; JAMES J. DORfibH :i:ir, East 165th su... l New York. Now York You are required to serve a ronv of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney. FREDRIC R. ROSEN 1521 Pan American Dank Building, Miami Florida, and to file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the fi day of April, A.D. 1951, otherwise the BUI of Complnint for Divorce filed herein will be taken as confess,.] Dated this fith daj of March, 19:,1 E B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of th,Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. \V. BTOCKlNG, Deputy Clerk. 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND l-i nt DADE COUNTY, KI.oKIDA. — IN PROBATE, No 2560*. In Re: ESTATE OF DORA BLUMENSON, I aaed. To All Creditors and All Per ona Hav. Ing Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required i" present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of Dora Blumenson, deceased, utte of Weatchester County, New York, to the Hon. w. F. Blanton, County Juilge of Dade County, and file the samin his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands i" contain the legal address "f the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same Will be haired Date February 26th, A.D. 1951. DAVID BLUMENSON, As Ancillary Executor of the i-ist Will nnd Testament of DORA BLUMENSI i.N. I ie. eased. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. 1023 Svyhsnd Bldg., Miami. Fla. Attorney fr Ancillary Executor 3/2-9-14-23 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN Till' 5m B Y ,„ Pn BLICATION II rvi'v', ',''" ll:l "I-' THE v V v>," %  IAL CIRCUIT, l.'I'M '\" A K "'OUNTY "'\ IN CHANCERY, No. M STAN l l D P v B S?. KI Plaintiff, vs. ^LE Y BORUC K r endant Ailllam Street, Bridgeport, Conn, a Bin A [":-. n i : '::"v NOTIFIED that :,., I n t ip'alnt for Dlvorc. % %  '. i. i' > %  •%  '' %  ••" >"". and you are \ ,'' '" ',••''"• % %  copy of your '), i V, ','," ""' Pta'ntlfTa attorney, and file the original In the office oi ">e lerit o the Circuit Courl un or the 28th day of March, 1951, of which this Bill of Combe taken as confessed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE .APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN.COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY", FI^ORIDA.—No. 11S94. RE: ESTATE OF ANNA KORETZKT, 4 Deceaned. Nl 'Tici-; is hereby given that I have filed my final reimrt and petition for Final Discharge as Executor of the .state of ANNA KORETZKY. deceased; and that on the 3rd day of AnYll, 1951. 1 will apply to the Honoralile W. F. Blanton, County J udge, of I'.t.le County. Florida, for approval of tvild final re|s.rt and for final discharge, as Executor of the Estate of ANNA KORETZKY", deceased. This 23rd dav of Fchrunry. 1951. HARRY KORETKKY. ELTtY STONE %  Attorney for Executor 1010 Congress I tlilg;., Miami. Fla. 3/2-9-16-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! | Jj Jewish Floridicra soJ* 5 Your legal notice. W appreciate your ^nage and guaran• accurate service at grates. Phone 2-1141 e ssenger service. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN-that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol APMX PRINTING SERVICE at ,28 N. !•: nth Street. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with th. ci-ik ol the Circuit Court of Dade Counlv, Florida. .._-. DAVID MARKS MARX FABER Attorney for Applicant 412 Congress Bldg. 3/2-9-16-JI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF [HE 11-111 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY, No. 1S9M9. GOLD1E GREEN8TEIN. Plaintiff, \s. NATHAN GREENSTEIN, T,',''NATM\N GREENSTEIN, i ^ Metropolitan Avenue BRONX, N. Y. ,__ You are required to serve a eopj of N..„r answer to the BUI of Complaint for Dlvor n the plalntlfl %  Storoey and to file the original answe In the office of the Clerk ol the Clrcult curt on or before the 2nd daj of inrll \ D IMI. otherwise, the Bill of bomplalnt tor Divorce heretofore filed nereln will be take" as C0 DATED a? Miami. World., this 27 "•'>• f y 'U T'\LBATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit.Court Dade County, Florida. ,cir,ult Court 0M ( ,.,,.„.,, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address Of Plaintiffs Soil NORMAN R LYONS. .. i %  olymtda Building. Miami. 1*1' J/J-9-16 23 _^ PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL COVERAGES PHONE 9-3836 1* N. C. 2nd T. MIAMI • "-*• day of February, before in default Plaint will against you Dated this 21th E I! I. i:\TIIERM.\N. .. Clerk of Circuit Court. << ircuit Court Seal) By WM. W. BTOCKlNG, THEODORE J. SAKOWITT''' '"""^ Attorney for Plaintiff, 922 Seybold Building, Miami, llorida. i, ^-:.-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No, 139267. HELEN TOMASCHESKI. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI, l tefenda nt. TO: JOHN JOSEPH TOMASCHESKI 137 WEST 36th STREET NEW YORK, N. V. YOU are required t. serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complain! for Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney and to rile the Original Answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courl on or before the •; day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Hill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed hy you. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 6 day of March. 1951. E B LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney, 911 Olympla Building. Miami. Florida 3/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE No. 25535. In Re: ESTATE OF MAX BASS, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of Max Bass, deceased, late of Hade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Hade County, and file the same in his office in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first pulilie.iTii.ii hereof. Said claims or demands T ntaln the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as uforesald, or same will be barred. Date February 22, A.D. 1951. CLARA BASS, As Administratrix of the Estate of Max Pass. Deoeased. MORTON ROTHENBERG, Attorney for Administratrix 3/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No 1392RS. HELEN GAS-SETT. Plaintiff, vs. JAMES E. GAS'SETT, Defendant. TO: JAMES E. GASSETT 39 AUGUSTINE STREET ROCHESTER, N. Y. YOU are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney and to file the Original Answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6 day of April, 1951, otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed hv vou. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 6 day of March. 1951. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By: WM. \V. STOCKING, I'cputv CK-rk. MURRAY GOODMAN, Attorney 911 Olympla Building Miami, Florida. 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "F THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nl' FLORIDA, IN AND F IR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 139155. SPIT FOR 1'lVi >RCE ISIDORE KASS, also known as ISIDORE KASTINOWITZ, Plaintiff. vs. ELIZABETH KASS. also as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ, I %  • fi ndant. TO: ELIZABETH KA8S also known as ELIZABETH KASTINOWITZ liio St. John's PI* e Brooklyn, New York You ELIZABETH KASS are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Dlvoi • %  has been filed against you, and you are required to serve B copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of c.niplalnt on the plaintiffs Attorney. CHERTKOF AND KALISH, '•.iiT-v. Olympla Building, Miami. Fk>r. ida. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the i 'ircult Court on or before the 6 day of April, 1951. If you fail to do so, judgment hy default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive Weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2 day of March, A.D. 1951. E. P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By C. R. WILSON. Deputy Clerk. CHERTKOF AND KALISH 607-8 Olympla Building Miami, Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR DISCHARGE OF EXECUTORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 22934. IN RE: ESTATE OF CARSON BRADFORD, SR. Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that we have filed our Final Return as Executors of ThEstate of CARSON BRADFORD, BR., Me..,seil. that we have filed petition for distribution and for discharge and that on April 1, 1951, or as soon thereafter as we may be heard, we Will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County Judge of the State of Florida for approval of said Final Return and for an Order of Distribution and for Final Discharge as Executors of the Will of CARSON BRADFORD. BR., deceased. DATED the 22nd day of February, MARION PATRICK BRADFORD CAltsON BRADFORD, JR. DAVID P. CATSMAN Attorney for Executors 1101 Lincoln Road Building Miami Beach, Florida 3/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GENERAL HOME APPLIANCE CO nt 4161 N.W. 36th Street, Miami Springs, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM BLUMBERG LAWRENCE BECKLEY GEORGE J. TALIANOFF, ESQ. Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 3/2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Trailway Service Station at lb99 B.W. Mil Street, intend to register said nan:,with the Clerk of the I Ircult Court of Dade County. Hoi Ida ERNEST DeJACOMA WILLIAM J. BIGGIO 3 2-9-11-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 139278. LOUIS TEDONE, Plaintiff, vs. FiLOMBNA TEDONE, also known as FII.OMENA MoNTARULI, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FILOMENA TEDONE, also known as FILo.MENA Ml iNTARULI. Corso Giovanni Iatta No. 47 Ruvo dl Puglla, Barl, Italia. You, FILOMBNA TEDONE, also known as FILOMENA MONTARULI. are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., 821 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court on or before the 6 day of April. 1951. If you Tail to do so, Judgment by default will he taken against vou for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 7 day of March. AD. 1951.' E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. SV. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN" AND FOR DADB COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 139157. MARY DISTEFANO, Plaintiff. vs. JOSEPH DiSTEFAN'o, Defendant. TO: JOSEPH DISTEFANO, 220 Easi lOSrd str-et. New York. N.w York Y'ou are required to serve a ropy of your answer to the Bill of plaint for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney, and to file the original answer in the office of the Clei thi i' n in 'oui' on or before the day of April, A.D. 1951; otherwise, the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, heretofore filed herein, will be taki as onfessed by \ ou. Dated al Miami, Florida, this the %  l day of March, 1951. i: l: LEATHERMAN, ('!• rk of the Circuit Coui'. I lade I 'ounty, Florida. (Circuit Courl Seal) By WM. w. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 1023 Beybold Building, Miami. Fla. 3/9-16-23 0 BEN ESSEN. ESQ., XL':! Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 3/9-16-23-30 BTOCKlNG, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. MARTIN MANASSE, Plaintiff. VS. ERNA SALINGER MANASSE, De'""'^UIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i: Ei mi Salinger Manasse Jewish Refugee Center, U(0 Tafl Avenue Manila, Philippine Islands You are hereby notified thai a ran ,,f complaint for Divorce has been filed isalnst you, and you are required to seiv a eopj "' your Answer or I leaj:,„to the Bill "f Complain on the plflntlfrs Attorney, CHERTKOF AND KALISH, 307-08 Olympla Building. Miami. Florida ami file the original Answer '.r Pleading in the office of ,,,'e Clerk "f the circuit Court on or before the 10 day of March, 1951. I';!, Vud to do so, judgment by .default W lll be taken against you relief demanded in the Bin ; "|^,,";si' ''Kiiuu'i-i. a, Miami, .. ,„„ 2 da) of February, A D ,,M F i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Fl la i! Court ^:V"M C FEIGE. Deputy Clerk. CHERTKOF ,AND KALISH 807-08 Olympla Building Miami, Florida,_,_.„„ attorneys for Plaintiff I, J-:i-16-23 for the Of ColllNOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 139290. LILLIAN BALDINI, Plaintiff, vs. OTTO JOSEPH BALDINI. Defendant. ... Vou. OTTO JOSEPH BALDINI, Central Isllp stale Hospital for the Insane, I-ong Island, New York, are required to serve a copy of your Answ.r to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce on plaintiff's attorney, II IROLD SHAPIRO, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original In the offlt f the Clerk of this Court on or before April I, 1951, otherwise Judgment will be en1 si,.,| against you. DATED March 7. 19.il. E, B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. tCircuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. :: 9-13-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Al.ltEG PROPERTIES al 748 Beybold Building. Miami. Florida, Intend t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT CHISLINQ ".ie '!,., : ,.M ABE ARONOVITZ "ii : Intel est ARONOVITZ & ARONOVITZ (ttornevs for Alreg Properties .: 23-30 l 8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to i undei the fictitious name of Do-All Cleaners and Laundry stores al 898 8, Drive. Miami Springs, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida RICHARD WE1SSLER SAMUEL GREENE 3/23-30 4/6-13 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN" THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI/iRIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 25543. In Re: ESTATE OF VICTOR MOREL. Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of VOU, may have against the estate of VICTOR MOREL, deceased, late of DADE County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the 'ounty Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within eight alendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. Date Mar. 2, 1951. VICTOR CHARLES MOREL. JR.. As Administrator of the Estate of VICTOR MOREL, Deceased. HEN ESSEN Attorney for Administrator 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN ci il'NTY JUDGE'S >URT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—No. 21433. RE: ESTATE OF CHARLES E. FINE, I I, ISecl. NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of diaries E Fine, deceased: and that on the 10th day of April. 1951, will apply t" the Honorable \V. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, foi approval of said final reporl and for final discharge as Administrator of the estate of George B. Fine, deceased. Th 5 o y or March. 1951. Mil. T"N A. FRIEDMAN. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for the Estate of Charles E Fine, Deceased, 1028 Sevbold Bldg., Miami. Fla. 3/9-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN ANDFoR DADE coUNTY—IN CHANCERY, No. 139228 ADELINE SINDONI STONE, Plaintiff, vs VRAINE BTONE, Defendant. TO: VRAINE STONE 619 South 12nd Street Philadelphia. Penna. Y'ou are hereby notified that a Bill ..r Complaint for Divorce has bi n filed against you and you are required 1,, serve %  i opj of your Anew %  Pleading to the Bill of Compln Plaintiff's attorneys, WEINSTEIN, WEINSTE1N A EINSTEIN, 42 I Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida ai file tin [glnal A i or Pli ailing ill the Clerk of the i !lrcu I Court on or before April Srd 1951. if you fail to ii.. .... judgment by default will he tak.-n against you for the relief demanded in the 15111 of Complaint. Dated ibis 5th day of March, 1951. E. P. LEATHERMAN, clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. II. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. 3/9-16-23-30


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ihdfewiisltUEIIiDipidikiun I^MT^T WMBER 12 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 23 1951 PRICE: TEN CENTS What Do Israel Citizens Think of Officials Mass Exodus of Terroriied Iraqi Jews Leads UJA To Launch Drive For Cash By BORIS SMOLAR \piRT\ERfWlP TALKS: I The Isra< 1 government appears to be cold shouldering the IrMiue-' rican zionist lead*" 'or "partnership" in the form Inf a chut.•• %  : the World Zionist Organization The proposal for lieh a charti r was worked out in New York at a private meeting *, D >S of all Zionist groups The meeting formulated Ifour major anda which, the American Zionists want embodied in the chart.".' to be granted by the state of Israel ... 1. No other public .1. m countries outside of Israel wishing to operate in rganizat j .*< ..ltted to do so without the prior consent of the [., utive ... 2. The World Zionist executive shall be '^ to dus And he comes to the conclusion that a good part I the Jewish history in the period of the Judges was Mhin.product of "imaginative Hebrew story-tellers" £"<} J u -' • xt.-eme in his partiality jn trying to deny that the Blble mtribution to the world, he is even more extreme n ttu : %  • in depicting Syria as occupying "a unique place '! registered for emigration out of Iraq before the end of May. He ; said that the Jews in Iraq are I at the point of starvation. The unI migrants arriving from Bagdad, he reported, come hur-gry and ex! hausted. Arrangements to step up the Bagdad-Lvdda airlift were corr.Ipleted this week. With planes shuttling from Bagdad to Lydda Airport three times daily, it is 1 expected that the airlift will move 1.000 refugees a day. At that rate, it is expected, the operation can be completed before the end of May provided that there are no further interruptions such, as occured last week. Airlift planes were grounded for 19 hours order of the Iraqi authouties. No explanation was giver. •v* CJA Pledges Go Over Million The 1951 Combined Jewish Appeal Monday passed the million dollar mark on the march to its goal of $1,470,570. At a report luncheon held at the Lincoln Manor Restaurant. Abe Kurman and Harry Koretzky. working as a team in the hotel unit, were awarded a special milestone citation. It was the most dramatic moment of the entire campaign when the campaigners arrived at—and passed—the million dollar mark. The meeting had opened with S886.532 in pledges. Before it was over, the workers turned in SI 14.746. bringing the present total to $1,001,273. Campaign units reported the following: hotel. David Levtnson. chairman. $15,840; trades. Aaron Kanner. chairman. $76,597; winter residents. Jack Ablin. chairman. So.551; women. Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman. $7,250: metropolitan, Fred Shochet. chairman. $9,508. Samuel Friedland, champaign chairman! presided. Rabbi Max Shapiro urged the workers "to read the accounts in the newspapers which report that the 54.000 Jews remaining in Iraq are in jeopardy of their lives and this news should make you redouble your efforts in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal." A campaign cabinet meeting was held at the office of Campaign Chairman Friedland Wednesday at noon. •The S469.000 which we have to raise to meet our goal may seem tremendous," Friedland told his brain-trust, "but we can. accomplish, this task if every worker makes it his solemn obligation to cover every pledge card in his session. We are on the threshold of success. What each worker does between now and April I. when the campaign is scheduled to close, will tell the story On Wednesday night at the Miami Beach Athletic Club the restaurant division of the appeal sponsored a testimonial buffet supper in honor of Louis Shapiro, prominent New York attorney of the restaurant industry. Irwin Kass and Sid Poller were co-chairrr.en of the event. On ..committee were Sholem Altschiller, Donald Drinkhouse. Al Goldman. Sol Goldworm. Joe Hart. Charles Greenberg. Morris Himraelstein, Arthur Horov. Irving B. Kaplan. Morris Lemer. Boris Pritcher. Barney Rosent.-.-.'.. Seymour Satin. Sam Schwartz. A fund raising meeting was conducted at Monticello Park Congregation Wednesday night. Fred K. Shochet, chairman n ropolitan unit of the campaign, presided. Final function of the women's gift unit was a Purirr. brunch on Thursday. March 22. at 11:30 a.m. at the Miami Beach Athletic Club. Co-chairmen for the brunch were Mesdarr.es Mathilda Rat David Harris, Emanuel Karger and Morris Kogan. Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom was guest speaker. A special Purim playlet, written by Mrs. William Wimkman, was presented. Paticipants were Mesdames Wickman. Geri Mechlowitz, Alex! ander Robbins. Melvin Weinkle, Emanuel Karger, Miss Carol Washer and Harold Shapiro. Final report meeting is sceduled | for Monday. March 26. at 8 p.m. at Temple Israel.



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^^^ !" Reception Planned For Noted Rabbi Rabbi Max Kirshblum, executive vice president of the Mizrachi Organization of America isory-mei the Jev creof the American Zioi %  rgency Council, will be honored at a reception Tuesday. h 2:. at 8 p.m. at Congrega• n Beth Jacob. Miami Beach. Rabbi Kirshblum who has just completed a five week '.jur through the cou: : '. ibbi judah Maimon. ns of Israel, recer. 1 ned is tenl is an authority life as Auxiliary Elections Set Mrs. Benjamin Appci DMM of the Miami Beach Wn' 6 1 Auxiliary to the Jew.sh fijg the Aged has named Mrs Iv! Frankel as chairman of the nZ mating committee, which vJi,i present a slate of officers an'! board members for the term at the regular meeting 1 group on Tuesday. March 21 • 1 p.m. at the Town and Beach Beach. C ln R adl Mla 'S Election of officers and board members will take place ut \C next regular meeting. —Associated Photo Mayors of Greater Miami have proclaimed Thursday. March 29. as "Outstanding Citizen's Day." Shown meeting with Joseph M. Lipton. president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami, sponsor of the awards, (center) are: (1. to r.) Joseph A. Rayvis, of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, orioinators of the fourth annual civic project: Mayor William Wolfarth, Lipton. Mayor Keith Phillips of Coral Gables and Mayor Peler R. Palermo of West Miami. Winners will be announced a: a city wide rally on Thursday. March 23. at 8:15 p.m. at Bayfronl Park. t >pic I Truth A %  Althoug tior Kirs ..-.%  .: %  %  less Jev pei por I %  fully 1 r with all 1 ting t Is K f 49 was • S • Pre. r the F mr-P in? %  : Gi Miami :. • n Cohen of Br>> iklj f Mi national vice American n of 1 East* n %  -'..: ••• %  • • :: m 21 I A] ril 25. Wheel Balancing and Aligning • Set Camber and Coster • Adjust Toe-in • Balance Two Front Wheels SPECIAL ALL FOR $J|.98 4 Labor Only Weights Extra ... J "Tour Friendly Chevrolet Dealer" ^__ nfir •OS5 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-6441 2JO0 N.W. 7tti AVI. PHONE 2 S40t Berkowitz Unveiling .Scheduled For Sunday :' a monument • • I the late Esther :>of T01 S.W. ... take place Sun_ ; .-.: : p m. at the S n :' W dlawn Park Rabbi Murray ting survived by Phillip, sons. Al. Eiai .: :-.r.d Donald: and Mackauf and Mrs. Mildred B-.averman. all of : ther, M. M. Silver: Ja .-> r.vi lie. She was a former president of hood, a member of Hadassah in addition to other zations. Palmer's Miami Monument Company is in charge :' .: -'Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Cardiac Home Chapter To Meet Wednesday Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will meet Wednesday. March 28. at 1:30 p.m. at the Vanderbilt Hotel. A review of the donor luncheon will be given and a social hour will follow. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Charles Marienthal will be hostesses for the afternoon. \***\***\***\**^***\*** t 0*^*^**^^*^ l *4 MOGEN: DAVID < WIN" Sold Al Your Local Dealer Throughout The Year WINE CORPORATION OF AMERICA Chicago 10— U.S.A. wiaiTrshiw The Distinguished Bfowa Analyst Will speak on "Germany—Facing Fast and West" Sunday Evening. April 1st. 8:15 P.M. Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1701 Washington Ave. Tickets may be purchased at Center Office Or Reservations may be made by Calling 58-2503 Between 9 and 5 Sponsored by Men's Club 0} Miami Beach Jeu-h Center Admission from $1.00 t*olden Age ( %  roup Formed A Golden Age Group has been formed at the Flagler-Granada ih Community Center, acc irding to an announcement by Mrs. Meyer, leisure time committee chairman, and Phil Seligman, executive director. Serving as chairman of the new group are Ben Jonas and Abe Boxerman of the Jewish Centers Association staff. Over 30 persons attended the first meeting at which Mrs. Rose Shlivek. recording secretary of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Jewish Community Center, spoke. A committee to prepare for future meetings of the group was organized. Members include the Mesdames Kesaler, Dermer. Feldman. Wisotsky. Teiger, Goldsmith and Mr. Gordon and Mr. Issenberg. Meetings of the group will be held on alternate Tuesday evenings beginning March 27 at 8 p.m. DAY WORKERS $5 COLORED MAIDS PART TIME OR FULL TIME IN PRIVATE HOMES SPECIALIZING Hotel Maids Porters ACE EMPLOYMENT 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-3607 No Charge to Employer Jewish Funeral Services. The Jewish family can entrust to us the final and solemn obligation, of the funeral service with full confidence that everything will be as it should be. For many years we have served Jewish families from every walk of life. 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pHnAV. MARCH 23, 1951 I OIIIM il Women To Participate In all"'" ^"T^s lpldav Wight '(• mill Sabbath will be celestrength tn th.> nt;.„ hnted Friday, March 23, when lumbers from the Miami Section ^jtetejhrxman PAGE 5 A j Jewish ail in is planned for it to • • %  — h commemorates Esi girl who as queen ,1 her life to Bave mil who as queen %  p, ,1 her life tn Bave ,he Jewish people from suffering. Mrs uuiauuis auiu. •'The speakers will discuss the traditional role of the Jewish woman as a homemaker, friend to the needy, and a giver of strength to the entire community," she continue. -Then they will demonstrate how this Ira litiortal t ile i p] i ; „ t!i program .if the National Council of Jewish Women |] examine council's br I interests which include : Ji cultural herita tion, support of the U tions, community welfa to the foreign bo n and sponsorship of the li university's School of Edu in Jerusalem."' The Miami Section will be represented by Mrs. Ginsbu the Miami Beach Jewish Center: Mrs. Leo Ackerman at Temple Israel; Mrs. Leopold L. Schwartz at Temple Isaiah; Mrs. Louis Lotterman at the Coral Gables Jewish Center; Mrs. Harold Rand at Congregation Beth David; Mrs. Aaron Fanat the North Shore Jewish Center; and Mrs. Joseph Fenias at Temple Beth Sholom. Beriek Seeks Council Seat Morria (Moe) Berick, Miami Beach attorney, has announced his candidacy for the Beach city! council, in the election to be held day, June 5. Bi ick, who is with the firm of ; 11 Shap 421 Li ; %  %  • ticing law in for eight years. He rid in ;,,; at 4:.ni Royal Palm wife and at the ( nivi of Miami. A son, Frank, is atng sen iol in Connecticut. Although he formerly si as judge of the Coroner's court in Rhode Island for four years, this is his first venture into politics here. Berick said he would campaign as a completely independent candidate, owing allegiance to no clique, special interest group or "slate," and that his race would be based largely on the premise stands for complete law enforcement, and if the laws are not satisfactory he favors giving the people a chance to express their will at the polls. He sponsors an agin for the betterment of this community "I will." he added, "i xp] tin tor %  full d< t iil as the consent) d it Is of loyal ': :• nd lieve, i.. I do, that Mi in need l have no political ambitions, othei than to I .service to my community." —Ardmorc Studio Morris Berick that the "people of Miami Beach want a change." Furthermore, Berick said, he ELDERLY MAN WANTS ROOM & BOARD •with private Jewish family CaU 4-5589 All Cream —A rdii n • B Abraham Mason, a member of Ihe Miami Beach Jewish Center board of directors, will be honored with a special Shalos S'udos on Saturday afternoon. March 24. in the center patio. Mason has been affiliated wilh the center for many years and has been a teacher of the adult Bible classes each Saturday afternoon for the past several years. "A GOOD NAME is more to b treasured than rlchee." Proverb: GORDON FUNERAL pHOME — SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Gr *ater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let ^ help y 0u M we have ne for other gratefu' families GORDON 71 0 S.W. 12th Avenua Phoo. 3 3431 or 9-1436 F. J. AHERN Funeral Director — rat,.. AUGUST BROS Rv? is d^v^ezv CREAM CHEESE BARS At all Neighborhood Stores and Supermarkets Miami Office 153 NJE. 29th St. Phone 02-1731



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MARCH 23. 1951 jr^_Psvcholoqist'8 Desk Marriage And Romance *Jewisl> fk radian PAGE 5 B ilhirniiitliiil, nr. : si for the pal I iiiumenthal is • ,; pH.VPhOlOgy -I of Examiners ,...,.. He win .... any .iu--^ti'>iiv ,,i, is through this thla icrles. Please %  Jewish horidlan. Miami 18.—Editor's t I*' •vnr DrBlumenthol: I hare beet! married more ,L two vears. M husband .A I were intensely to love tgour courtship .d /or i.first SMmotif hs or so of our -. a gr. Smcc that *y,1*M Z ms o have /town out of the Sou-We constantly bicker irgue The other day we ;.: ,he possibility of or divorce. Can you some suggestion*? ANSWER: statements as the vi again from irried because •h in love with ,1 now—after a marriage—"love v nished! the patient's %  nl interpreted : an incurable i dis.1 acted, m •,:nued for the parties concerned. i • ic love — rarely vond the first year of iage. One cannot build a tturd) n romantic love. lould grow as the age progresses. For with marriage, love takes on a more constructive basis for mutual giving, sharing and a whole system ol habits which will make for happiness in the family. I am afraid that too many young couples believe in the fairytale ending ". and they lived happily ever after." Thus they became very apathetic and are lulled into a false sense of security as to the permanence of their marriage. Let us face it! Marriage is for n...mably emotionally mature adults who can accept the relilities for maintaining a iage It is not for emotional babies: It is not for the individuals who want to "play house." Most marriages ought to work tut fairly successfully. Please note words "work out." Marriage is not a passive arrangement. It ; h on its own! It requires an active participation of both parties—the actual working at making the marriage a success. They must learn to think in terms of "we" instead of "I." They must be eager to work out differences together whenever they arise. They must be interested in making each other happy and feel "iat they are partners in the mutual goal of satisfying their joint dreams and hopes. This requires that each individual be desirous of learning "how to do" jnd "doing it." It requires emotional maturity, intelligent handl"18 and persistence to accomplish a successful marriage. Let me repeat, no marriage is soundly built until married love n as taken the place of romantic J ove. Married love is sturdier and more satisfying than romantic ov e. The former is an indication 01 maturity and points to a suc-scf,.l ~. ... are—each as a lovable but still human personality. Many marriages end up in the divorce curt, becau clings to the illusions of rom marriages and will not "work out" the job of marriage—or quits before the job is finished. For intelligent handling of those marriages which are not "working out," consultation with an accredited professionally trained specialist is definitely a MUST! Iowa Paper Assails I Local Chapter Of AJC Church-School Move To Hear Book Review nru M,MMPC. Mls Max Shpn\. will revii w DBS.MOINES-An attempt, by John Kersey's "The Wall" at the ators to inject next regular meeting of the Mia phy of Christianity rhant J nt ,hn American Jew into the public schools was condemn,,! last wick by the Des M :: %  Being "shocki d" at the narrow | mindedness of this attempt, Registi aid in an "Members of the Jewish tann in American Jewish Congress. She the United States are not Chrisig here from New y ork doing tlans in the technical sense, yet f^^ worK their ideals are precisely the same as other Americans, and they are as devoted to democracy as anybody else." ami chapter of the American Jewish Congress on Wednesday, March 28, at 1 p.m. in Burdine's Auditoi ium. Another honored guest will be :" e l Mrs. Newton S. Arnold, national editorial, director women's division of Radio Series Continues "With Malice Toward AH"' is the title of this week's program in the Lest We Forget—The New Front:, r series to be heard on Sunday, March 25, at 3:30 p. m. station WKAT. The Ni v. Frontier, produced by the Institute for Democratic Eduia pn sented in ('. through the cooperation of Tropical Lodge. B'nai B'rith. The Sunday School was Started in Gloucester, England, in 173a. Program In Memory Of Arnold Volpe Set For Saturday A musical program in memory of Arnold Volpe. composer and first conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will be broadcast from the U. of M. North Campus studios over WKAT on Saturday. March 24, at 9 p. m. Mrs. Marie M. Volpe. widow of the conductor, will be interviewed by Judge Kenneth Oka. All numbers will be Volpe compositions. Participants include:, n Bedetti, cellist: Joseph Tarpley, piano: George Dubois, violin-I Jeffrey Stoll, pianist; Dr. Artu o Di Filippi, who will sing the 21 Psaln : %  :.'I a i tudenl qu i :. i with J hn Collins, t rst violin; Janet Kime, Barbara Hill, viola; and John Keith-, cello. The program has been arranged for the Jewish Music Council of Greater Miami by R Strassburg, music consultant for the Jewish Centers Association. Membership Grows In Cleveland Social Club The recently-formed Cleveland Social Club of Greater Miami has announced a paid membership of more than 125, according to President Samuel B. Bloch. The club's purpose is to unite Miamians who are former Clevelanders on friendship ties of common interests. A recent picnic at Crandon Park drew more than 300 former residents of Cleveland. The next meeting will be held March 27, at 8 p.m.. at the YM & YWHA, Miami Beach. Horowitz Unveiling The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Max Horowitz, formerly of 710 Jefferson Ave., will take place Friday. March 23 at 11 a.m. at Mt. Sinai Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremonies. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Friedman To Speak To Tronical Lodge ,i A. Friedman, a rial B'nai B'rith youth commissioner, will address the mei I Tropical Lodge, B'l thi ir egular meeting Tu< v, n :. M i :h 27. at Con tion Beth Jacob. Subject of Friedman's address will be. "B'nai B'rith Youth Faces the World of Tomorrow." He will describe the five-fold training program featured in the AZA and BBG organizations, the junior order of B'nai B'rith. Program chairman, A. Budd Cutler, will introduce the speaker and President Lewis Sternshein will preside. Binder Unveiling The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Israel Binder, formerly of 2837 Pinetrce Drive, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. March 25 at 1 p.m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mr. Binder is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Frank Berger, of Miami Beach, two grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Mr. Binder was one of the oldest members of the Knights of Pythias Lodge of Boston, Mass., and also a member of other charitable and fraternal organizations. Mr. Binder belonged to Beth Tfilah Congregation of Miami Beach. Arrangements are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Tibetans drink an average 30 to 50 cups of tea a day. of cessful marriage. The latter does "iMarried love, as just dis.^sed. emerges as two people ."" ,0 face the realities of life nato accept each other as they Ocean waves reach a height of 50 or 60 feet off the Cape of Good Hope. 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