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

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

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

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[VOLUME 24Number 47
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Israel To Select
lew Immigrants
JERUSALEM CJTA) The
lewish Agency today adopted the
Principle of selective immigration
Into Israel, except for "emergen-
v immigration" when entire
ommunities are endangered and
nust be evacuated.
In the future, it was decided,
vherever it is possible to select
nmigrants for Israel, at least 80
prcent of the migrants shall be
Ender 35 years of age. In addition,
Ke immigrants must have in
Eieir possession certificates of
fcealth issued by selection boards
Supervised by Israeli doctors.
Finally, the immigrantsex-
cept for professionals, skilled
troikers and those in possession
M capitalmust agree to remain
In agricultural settlements for
h: least two years. Up to 20 per
tent of the total number of im-
nigrants may enter without going
\o live in agricultural settlements
but they must have relatives liv-
ing in Israel who are able and
rilling to help them adjust to the
Israeli economy.
Meanwhile, the Agency execu-
tive announced the appointment
of Dr. Emanuel Neumann, Amer-
ican Zionist leader, as head of
She Economic Department of the
Agency's Israel office.
Nazi Deputy Says
Israel Is Enemy
BONN (WNS) Germany is
still at war with Israel and who-
ever sends money*to the Jewish
state is a collaborator and enemy
of Germany, the neo-Nazi deputy
Dr. Franz Richter shouted in the
Bundestag in an outburst of an-
ger against a proposed series of
restitution laws.
Richter, who is a member of
the neo-Nazi Socialist Reich
Party, said amidst cries of shame
from some deputies that sending
money to Israel would "strength-
en the power of the Israelis per-
manently to withhold the land
they stole from the Arabs." He
said "we are at war with Israel"
and whoever wants to send mon-
ey here is a collaborator who
"ought to be punished just as the
Allies punished collaborators
with Germans." One of the dep-
uties said Richter was "nothing
more than an anti-Semite."
The session also discussed the
planned reunion in Hamburg next
spring of former SS. men
throughout the world. Bundestag
leader Heinrich Brentano cau-
tioned that the government will
"not tolerate bodies that get to-
gether to drink to the health of
Hitler and other monkey bus-
iness."
Daman, Kaplan Perform
Here's Israel, the cross-country goodwill tour promoting Israel
lart and culture, will perform for Greater Miami Jewry tomorrow
[night at Temple Beth Sholom. Sponsoring Miami Beach ZOA of-
Ifioals predict a capacity audience.
r Shoshana -Daman, Ralph J. Kaplan and Moshe Wilenskyac-
I claimed as the top three of Israel art and cultureheadline the cara-
[van, whii> will open its free
Weizmann Wins
New Term As
Israeli President
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr.
Chaim Weizmann was re-elected
President of Israel in a brief and
colorful ceremony in the Parlia-
ment last Monday.
President Weizmann's name
was placed in nomination first
bv Itzhak Ben Zvi of the Mapai,
after which representatives of
the General Zionists, Progres-
sives, Mizrachi, Agudas Israel,
Hapoel Hamizrachi and Agudah
Laborites rose to state that their
parties also sponsored the nomin-
ation. Two Arab deputies also
ascended the dais to nominate
the aged Zionist leader.
Itzhak Bar Yehuda of the Ma-
pam declared that his party was
voting for Dr. Weizmann "on
personal grounds, remembering
his efforts in behalf of and his
contributions to the Zionist move-
ment and the establishment of
the Jewish state and despite the
fact that the Mapam does not
identify itself with President
Weizmann's political line." Com-
munist and Herut deputies an-
nounced that their parties were
voting against Dr. Weizmann.
The vote was the sole item on
the Knesset agenda and after its
completion the body adjourned,
and a delegation headed by
Speaker Joseph Sprinzak went to
Rehovoth to inform Dr. Weiz-
mann of his re-election.
Brandeis University To |
Meet Tampa In Match
BOSTON (AJP)A non-profit |
post-season game between the
Brandeis University football team
and the University of Tampa is
scheduled at Miami Beach for [
| December 9th, it was disclosed |
this week.
UN Give* Up Arab Israeli
Conciliation Efforts
PARIS (JTA) The United
Nations Conciliation Commission
on Palestine which last week re-
sumed meetings with the Arab
and Israel delegations on the
Commission's five-point proposals
for a peace settlement, is expected
to give up its efforts, it was
learned on Sunday.
The Commission reviewed dur-
ing the week-end the results of its
meetings with the Arab and Is-
raeli delegations and the positions
they had taken on the Commis-
sion proposals. A spokesman said
the Commission would state in
writing to the delegations tomor-
row its views on the situation.
According to reliable sources, the
letter will say that no basis ex-
ists for further negotiations.
Warning To Bar
Arabs From Pact
WASHINGTON (AJP) Bar
the Arab states from the Middle
East Command against Commun-
ism because they're more inter-
ested in using their new arms
against Israel, a leading Wash-
ington paper suggested this week,
but keep Israel out, too, the paper
added.
Israel, hinted the Washington
Post, might use the arms given
her by the Allies to defend her-
self against Arab invasions.
Contending that "the Egyptians
and some of their friends have
not the least interest at the mo-
ment in defense against Soviet
aggression," the editorial said the
Arabs "want arms from the West
to use, if necessary, against Is-
rael.
Jewish War Veterans
Give Medal To Acheson
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson was
named this week as the recipient
of the Jewish War Veterans 1951
Gold Medal of Honor. He is ex-
Jshow at 8 p.m.
"Interest in this program is al-
Imost unprecedented in our com-
Imunity," Harold Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach ZOA,
j reported Wednesday. "Our in-
Iterest in Israel, which has grown
I rapidly since the rebirth of the
[nation in 1948, has developed ev-
len more quickly since the begin-
1 ning of the Israel Bond cam-
paign," he stated.
ed to buy a bond directly."
Reports at the meeting sent
Greater Miami's total soaring to
$1,009,000, while South Florida
climbed to $1,030,000, Milton S.
Malakoff, area manager reported.
Plans for a Chanukah Festival,
tentatively set for December 23rd,
were announced, and the wom-
en's division voted to make the
sale of Israel Bonds for Chanuk-
ah gifts a special project for the
Mrs. Harry
.remainder of 1951.
Miss Daman, who is generally Gersten, bond chairman for the
regarded as one of Israel's most | Greater Miami chapter of Hadas-
beautiful women and one, san, pledged complete support of
of the country's most talent-, ner organization for the project.
ed artists, will present a reper-1
tone of Hebrew folk songs. Wil-
ehsky, Israel's outstanding con-1
cert pianist and composer, will i
pany Miss Damari and also
pre i nt a short recital of popular
Israeli numbers. He has com-1
posed most of Miss Damari's
songs.
Kaplan, prominent educator,
author and philosopher, is in the
United States to study American
methods of education. He found-
ed. Universal College in Tel Aviv
and tought in the Israeli Army
dining the War for Ir.depend-
Shapiro said that the meeting
will help promote the sale of
Israel Bonds which he has de-
1 to be the number one
! of all ZOA districts.
ter Miami cannot sit back
tecause we have sold $1,000,000
m I ia< 1 Bonds" he asserted. "If
We want culture such as that
ill be demonstrated by
: Israel to continue, Israel
must be made economically in-
I" numt," he concluded.
.w<>nis Goodman, chairman
Greater Miami Commijtoi'
Bonds of Israel Government,
1 volunteer workers tor
g the local drive over the
million dollar maik Sunday.
In a message read to members
' the Council of Organizations
\: a meeting of the Royal Palm
1 Dr. Goodman said "Our
: f the million dollar mark
mficant and an indication
mat your efforts to date have
successful. but Israel's
needs for immediate cash can-
Jw be reemphasized. As yet, only
'ragment of the community
J'-s bought bonds, and there are
'nousands of Jews in Greater
'"ami who have never been ask-
Mrs. Monsky To Spark Hillel Drive For
Building On University of Miami Campus
Senerchia Places
Firs* tit Record
Primary Vote
A record vote that might have
reached an even greater high did
a cold snap not interfere, drew
53,136 voters to the polls last
Tuesday.
The primary election which re-
sulted in the choice of six candi-
dates for a runoff to be held on
November 27th, concluded with
Chelsea J. Senerchia, Miami en-
gineer and former City Manager,
receiving a total of 29.318 votes
to place him first and in the fav-
orite position as one of three con-
testants who will fill existing va-
cancies on the Miami City Com-
mission.
The other five victorious candi-
dates were Robert H. Givens. Jr.,
ex-Commissioner H. Leslie Quigg,
Incumbent William W. Charles, i
John Red Lake and Jack Horsley. |
Senerchia's top mark broke
Robert L. Floyd's 1947 record by '
125 votes and proved more im- '
pressive in light of the fact that
the latter's vote was based on a
six-candidate ballot while Sener-
chia competed against twenty-
three other names listed.
Behind Givens, who got 18.075 i
votes, only 6,892 votes separated
Quigg and Horsley, third and six
place finishers, respectively. ,
Quigg lid the field in 1947 and (
in 1949. but he was behind Floyd
and Charles in the runoff four
years ago and came in fourth two
years ago. Fourth and fifth spots
went to William Charles and
John Red Lake as they received
14,909 votes and 10,797 votes,
respectively.
Capturing seventh and eighth
spots were Louie Bandel with
7,683 votes, and Bill Davis with
7.252 votes, respectively.
Overwhelming approval of low
i. nt public- housing Mid federal
participation in slum clearance
was "Indicated by a 20.564 tally
against an opposition of 10.461.
'inesc figures highlighted the
June. 1950. 7-5 margin scored in
a referendum subsequently void-
ed bv the Florida Supreme Court.
More than a hundred officers,
trustees and directors of the four-
teen B'nai B'rith Lodges and
Women's Chapters in Greater Mi-
ami and Hollywood, turned out
to support the Hillel Foundation
project at a Pledge Breakfast held
in the Miamian Restaurant last
Sunday morning.
The conclave, called by Harold
Turk, Miami Beach Councilman
and chairman of the capital funds
drive, sparked plans for a month-
long drive to raise $150,000 for
a new Hillel House at the Uni-
versity of Miami campus.
Citing the need for a more
adequate Jewish center, Turk ex-
pressed satisfaction with the
progress of the campaign and the
apparent future success of the
drive in view of the response to
the early morning meetings. Each
representative of the many
lodges, briefed on the project,
will seek to enlist the aid of or-
ganization members and their
friends. Special committees will
be set up to solicit in the various
divisions.
Highlighting the community
convention was the message by
Dr. Donald Michaelson, director
of Hillel House; an appeal for co-
operation bv Walter C. Kovner,
president of Hillel Advisory
Council; a talk by Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, co-chairman of the Women's
Chapters; an alumnus theme
speech by Al "Flip" Rosen, guest
of honor: and the address by Har-
old Turk, general chairman.
Shosliana Damari
Argentina Elects Jews
BUENOS AIRES (WNS>Two
Jewish candidates in this city
who ran on an anti-Peron ticket
were elected to the Chamber of
Deputies in the recent national
election, while the only Jewish
Peronist candidate went down to
defeat.
Sidney Aronovitz, appointed
co-chairman of the men's .divis-
ion, conducted the meeting as
master of ceremonies.
| In blueprinting the program,
: Chairman Turk announced plans
! to stage a public assembly 6vent
at Copa City, Miami Beach, No-
vember 26th, at 8:30 p.m. The
meeting will honor Mrs. Henry
Monsky, widow of the late Henry
Monsky, who is carrying on the
work of her husband as a leader
in Jewish affairs. Mrs. Monsky
\ is making a special trip to Miami
and Miami Beach in order to
stimulate interest in the drive
to establish a Hillel House at the
University of Miami, in keeping
with the traditions of American
| Jewry.
A resident of Omaha. Nebras-
I ka, where a great deal of public
| service and charitable work was
inaugurated by her husband, Mrs.
Monsky is past president of the
Omaha Planned Parent Associa-
tion and the Temple Israel Sister-
hood. She is currently vice-pres-
ident of the Omaha Community
Chest Executive Board, a mem-
ber of the Red Cross Home Serv-
ice Board and the Temple Israel
Sisterhood Board. Mrs. Monsky
is also immediate past member
'of the Omaha Library Board, the
! J e w i s h Federation Executive
Board, the Omaha Family Service
1 Board and the Planning Com-
mittee of United Community
Services.
In the field of national activity,
i she is a recording secretary for
the National Sederation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods, a member of the
National Hillel Commission, a
member of the National ORT
Board, immediate past member
of the National Family Service
Association of America and
Chairman of the National Evalu-
ation Committee of Temple Sis-
terhoods.
Prior to her appearance ;.-
guest of honor at Copa City. Mrs
Monsky will be feted at a special
dinner on Sunday. Nov<
25th. by Dr. Bowman Ashe, r
ident of the University of. Mia '
Aiding in the fund drivi
the following chairmen of Lodges
and Women's Chapters:
i
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mlngo Lodge; Robe ; I
Levin Lodge: Walte i' Ko\ner, Ml-
., .. Beai h Lo Ige; i : Levc
North Shore Lodge Al n Ke
Sholom Lodge: Lev -
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WOMEN s CHAPTERS M > !-
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Jacobs, Eleanor Roonexelt: MUw Mlna
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Jewish National Fund Council Ratifies
New Constitution; Plans Fund Tag Day
Rabbi Moses Mi n of the Greater M
s>l National Fund Council, will present the new '
ization for final ratification al Tues-
. November 27th, 8:15 p.m.. I
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Saul Ashgenazi ill .: I i ---------------
the cultural
will include the prize-win-
lance groui .
ivah Young Judeans
choral group of the E .
..;..; .1 udai an i r which
n top : anking it I
Yi lung .) ndaea ('
I' li r. d iiMv.es of Israel, fil
v Rabbi Mesi elol this sum-
r will also be sho
Report.- will bi ted al
: i eting I the new-
appointed chair:- I all
| con mitti
-Sau: A
; gram and ( lucation
ittee Mrs Irwii Makovsk,
B- i .i ffi an I Mr N Ostrov
with him.
f the Bu 'on mit-
is Mr. Ehiel I Serv-
hno,
Schafer, Daniel Bro.i.
I ; an and Mrs
ry Platoff. .- Prostei
i Ia "ii J. Fl! are co-i hair-
: A : .' ,' :'
.: wl ile Mi Daniel Broad
I Mrs s Pr isteri
I it
tee.
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Meti I
G S Scl
G Iman. Hannal Leni
.1 :: Julian Weinkle, Gus Gins-
berg, Charles Jamison, Max
Ik '' .1 SI ph ':':< .,: I Mil il
v Ifman.
annual Jewish Nati
Fun I Tag Day. with part
rladassah. Junii r li
W nei Pioi W
I ZOA. Poalei '/.. in M ,-
Y jng Judai lied to
n ght, De-
22nd, ar.d Sun lav and
Mon I iv, n- ind 24th.
will al
Servinj n I
: Cl
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N Os-
R. Astor. Claire S
Hi nr>" Seitlin, Mrs I.
Samuel Fm
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Mrs Sa lii R
'Plans for 1 : '
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Stanley Myers
Speaks Before
Jewish Council
Stai rC M leadi i
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the 20th Gem I Assen
ncil
v. Fui
r 30th thi :!; De-
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Beach Hotel. C in
1 .' : n Free in, In-
dianapolis, cjfwf President
My* rs is scheduled to examine
il Ji w >m unities
to Strei : central
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CJFWF nation,,! Advisory '
Jewish C immunity Or-
ition, F;. | On
v. nine, he will pre-
sent tl : CJFWF pr
His key dis< ussii in
it I C unity M
F ir 1952 Sunda;
: A -
Miami Masada To
Hold Turnabout Dance
w
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Zionist of An
'. la will s]
["un it Dai Sea Gull
Hoi n Sunday. Novembi
.
of M nd Miami B Ha-
Chairman of the Bazaat Com-
mittee of the l.-mrjle Beth
Sholom Sisterhood. Mrs. Aaron
Farr. announces the formal
openinc, ol the Annual Bazaai
with a gale family dinner in the
patic of the Temple or Sunday
evening. December 9th. at 6
p.m.
Beth Sholom Sisters
Have Last Shower
The last of the Wednesday af-
:! iz ii Tea S iwei il
Beth Sholom Sisterhood
will be held or. Wednesday, No-
28th, 1:30 p.m., in the
Temple's Banquet Hall, accord-
an announi <. ent by Mrs.
Farr. Bazaar Chairman.
"All in lise we have col-
lected during the past several
months, will be marked and pre-
pared for bargain sellii g at our
Annual Bazaai which open- in
t e ev nil Deci mber 9th.
with a imily dinner in the
Patio." explained Mrs
Fan
H isl r the Tea on We I-
ire the Mesdames Joseph
M i ill present
I) skit Amoi g Woff" J C Chutkow~"Ben Cl
will be Gil Rap-1 Charles Gertler. Milton Stein-
Phylli Goldn an. :
Brai nd Don Schragi i Va-
heduled to
be pn with dance
by Raphaele and his Rumberos.
hardt. Bess Nelson and Hern an
Louise Chapter, AJC
The General membership
the Louise Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress will
be h i November 26th. at 1
! m at the Nautilus Hotel
Ra >: David Shapiro will be
lesl : aker.
A l'o-t T;:anksg:virg Card Par-
duled by the Chap-
N < er 25th. 8 p.m.. at
th N U1 : is Proceeds will
L i Watern an W
ntei .:. : .
Joint Musicale
A Musicale will be held by the
Young Adult League ar.d Miami
Masada at the Jewish Commun-
ity Center on Monday evening.
N iv.mber 26th. 8:30 p.m.
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Lazarus B'nai B'rith
A film on the Life of Dr.
George Washington Carver will
be present-..1 at the next meeting
of the Emma Lazarus Chapter.
B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday, Novem-
ber 27th. 8.30 p.m.
To be shown at the Sea com ber
Hotel, the film will be commented
on bv Annette Jakubson and Car-
ol Zipper, chairman ard co-chair-
man, respectively, of the Anti-
Defamation Commute..
SgAY^ovFMBFj^
Beach Mizrachi Women
The Miami Beach Chapter. Miz-
rachi Women's Organization, will
hold a meeting in the David
Whitman Hall. 311 Washington
Avenue, tomorrow evening, at 8
p n
.dent Ida Wessel. is sched-
uled to pr. .-ent a report on the
recent Atlantic City Convention
which she attended.
**n of immir1a,
Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
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LINCOLN INSTITUTE
1213 LINCOLN ROAD
Or Leon B. Slater. Ph. D.. Chief of Staff
announces the opening of
The Lincoln School of
Child Development
Anna Curne. M. Ed.. Principal
a professional staff of fifteen
AN ACADEMIC AND CORRECTIVE
SCHOOL PROGRAM
For emotionally disturbed children
For cerebral palsied and
other physically
handicapped children
LEMHADRIN
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To My Many Loyal Friends
Who Gave of Their Time and Money,
I Wish to Express
My Sincere Thanks and Appreciation
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(Pa i Pbtltl U
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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 J milk!
from every walk of life. To each funeral we
bring that thorough knowledge and understand-
ing of. correct procedure so essential to
reverent observance of every Jewish relifl
tradition.
In our two complete funeral chape'.- ev<:.
funeral is surrounded by a deeply comfoi I '
atmosphere of dignity and peace.
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1IDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1951
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p., I 1361, there were only 3 millionaires in the
hold authorities on the subject. In th(
lustrial expansion that followed the Civi'
I tycoons of great wealth arose. But in
[ ;,n tradition, the multi-millionaire has
fared so well.
i pLVTOCRACY
undoubtedly were tough men of bus.:
be lied and often ruthless. Assailed In '
N,k raking press as Plutocrats,'Robber Barons, or
tors of Wealth, they called forth bitter re-
in the multitude. Until the 20th century
under way, every captain of industry was
pert. The unopopularity of Russel Sage was no-
, J, Pierpont Morgan I, was rated a buccaneer.
bery tinie Carnegie donated a free library, people
marked cynically: '"Now he will add a penny to
L\h pound of steel." The family of the elder John D.
bckefeller hit upon the idea of enlisting the service
i a public relations expert. It took all the skill of
K Lei and the millions that went into the Rocke-
jl,.| Foundation to soften the public asperity to-
ailu- the founder of Standard Oil Company.
1FLVESCE OF GENTILE EXAMPLES
Strange how the pattern of conduct in the Gen-
ie world is duplicated in the Jewish community,
fact Jewish culture seldom, if ever, rises above
environment Judah Touro of New Orleans was
Irtually the only American Jewish philanthropist
IroughVut the 19th century. Jacob Schiff, Julius
bsenwald, Nathan Strauss as benefactors really
long I the 20th century. By that time, a change
attitude is visible among rich Christians in their
Ititude to the public. The public be damned policy
I the Mauve Decade is over.
fcfE JEWISH WAY OF LIFE
Yet in the Jewish tradition, the opposite con-
kp| i vails. The rich were charged with prac-
! iship, as the Rabbi was in matters spir-
The Role Of The Wealthy
ltual. During the Ghetto period, wealth was the
only source of power in Jewish life. Only the keen-
fv u m"St active and resourceful could cope with
the hostile Gentile environment. Nor were these
men of business the crude, pushing, semi-literate
plunderers of post bellum America described bv
Mark Twain in his Gilded Age. Virtually all bovs
of mentality sharpened their wits in Talmudic
schools, while sleeping on hard benches and eating
'days" in charitable homes ol some distant Yeshiva
town. The well-to-do Balabatim, with marriageable
daughters, selected the brighter: these son-in-laws
got basic business experience and started out on
their own while wife and child still lived in father-
in-law's home.
NAGID AND SHTADLAN
When the Yeshiva student made good in business,
he was in line for community, or larger scale, lead-
ership. No mere money grubber, he understood
the spiiitual currents of his coreligionists as well
as their physical needs. The dispenser of charities,
he also had qualifications for the Shtadlan the ne-
gotiator for his community and its intercessor with
the ruling powers. His practical approach, his in-
tuitive understanding, together with wealth enabled
him to stave off disaster, to obtain relief, or even
to purchase favors. This type of well-to-do spokes-
man and executive occupies an honorable place
in Jewish annals. He was called not osher (rich)
but Nagid, the prince who bears the burden of
responsible leadership together with its honors.
THE MAGNATE IN PUBLIC SERVICE
As American civilization mellows, Gentile mag-
nates became more and more public spirited. Busi-
ness training, ample means, social position, and
handling of large affairs equip them for high po-
sition. Nelson Rockefeller, Averil Harriman, An-
thony J. Biddle, scions of wealthy dynasties, dis-
tinguish themselves in diplomacy. Stettinius, La-
By HARRY S1MONHOFF
mont. Forrestal, and Mellon stepped out of Wall
Street into government service. In a sense, these
men of wealth parallel the Rothchilds, the Warburgs.
Montefoire, and Baron de Hirsh, to mention a few
out of the great number who utilized their talents,
wealth, position, and prestige to ameliorate the con-
dition of their oppressed brethren.
HIS JEWISH COUNTERPART
The tendency of the Jewish wealthy to take more
active parts in community affairs becomes more
and more pronounced. A generation ago, the Zion-
ist movement hardly boasted a person of wealth. In
the 1920s, the United Palestine Appeal or Joint
Distribution Committee were happy if their annual
intakes exceeded a million each. Today the contrast
is vividly startling. The U.J.A. piling up its annual
S100,000,000 quotas is largely owing to the generosity
of the rich, many of whom are learning how to dis-
charge their Jewish obligations.
IN GREATER MIAMI
In our own community, new-comers are setting
splendid examples. Some are commanding national
attention for their munificence. The Israel Bond
Drive, which is no philanthropy, highlights the new
spirit. Joe Cherner of Washington has purchased
bonds in the sum of $480,000 and will not stop until
his portfolio adds up to a million. Charles Frucht-
man of Toledo has acquired $200,000 worth. Samuel
Friedland of New York and Sam Goldfarb of St.
Louis have each invested $100,000 in these secur-
ities. These sums are not deductible from income
taxes. Their purchases denote a warm sympathy and
confidence in Israel. These capitalists living now
on Miami Beach can find investments bringing in
a far higher yield. They fit into the time honored
tradition of the Jewish wealthy, who have always
recognized the obligation to their people as higher
than acquisition of meney for personal gratification.
->'liia Polls Record Vote High
Runn: g on a platform involv- be held on November 27th. The
candidate has consistently called
for improvement in Miami's road
facilities.
Senerchia's supporters point to
his services to Miami as an indi-
cation of his ability in coping
with an expansion program. Sen-
erchia, as a state road engineer,
drew plans for the Brickell Av-
enue extension. He also aided in
the development and construc-
tion of Miami's International Air-
port.
More recently, as City Manag-
er, Senerchia initiated an exten-
sive public improvement pro-
gram and formulated the $6,000.-
000 Bond issue program of 1950.
a master plan for develop-
> Miami to accommodate its
Mure growth, Chelsie J. Sener-
nia moved into the leading po-
ition in last Tuesday's primary
frith a total of 29.318 votes.
The final tally places Senerch-
i- i, vorite in the rur.off fb
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Si si ml On Crime
Robert H. Givens, Jr., captur-
ed second place in last Tuesday's
primary election, the runoff for
which is scheduled to take place
next Tuesday.
Polling 18.075 votes, the candi-
date's total placed him immedi-
ately behind Chelsie J. Senerchia
whose record vote topped Robert
L. Floyd's in 1947, by 125.
Supporters at Given's cam-
paign headquarters have indicat-
ed that the candidate's high vote
reflects a desire on the part of
the people of Miami to see strict
day when vacancies on the
Givens said that he is interested
in seeing law-breakers outrooted
so that the community may be-
come a better place in which the
young may grow and thrive.
Beach Branch Has
Bowery Nite Dance
A Gala Bowery Night was held
at the Miami Beach Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, last Sunday evening.
The dance featured Ray Mitch-
ell, comic, Lois Fink and Phyllis
Thai, singers, and Marilyn Gross-
bart, five-year-old songstress who
was discovered by the Young
Adult Group.
The show was produced and |
directed by Ray Mitchell and ac- j
companist. Walter Goodman.
PULL LEVER
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FOR
CLEAN
Government
GIVENS
MIAMI CITY COMMISSION
Quigg Airs Need
Off New City Hall
Third spot in last Tuesday's
primary election for three vacant
seats on the Miami City Com-
mission was garnered by H. Les-
lie Quigg.
Quigg received a total of 16,483
of the 53,136 votes polled to in-
sure his candidacy in the runoff
set for November 27th. Running
on a platform of city action with
regard to sewers and disposal, he
has also gone on record as favor-
ing slum clearance and extra
community housing. At his head-
quarters. Quigg stated that he
needed the support of voters who
were interested in new play-
grounds and parks.
"City Hall's scattered facili-
ties", "he added, "constitute an-
other problem with which I hope
to deal. Miami definitely needs
a new Hall to eliminate duplica-
tive action and to facilitate the
governing process."
Among ordinances Quigg in-
troduced during his 1948 term of
office as City Commissioner was
the anti-masking ordinance which
was subsequently adopted in sim-
ilar form by other southern cit-
ies and states.
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+Jewlsti Her Mian
EDITORIAL
raPAY.NQVRu,^
A VU-h To Itclurii
Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, president of the Union
oi American Hebrew Congregations, aired a sig-
nificant problem last Monday evening at a Miami
Beach banquet which brought to a close the
Union's fouth Biennial Convention.
The Rabbi felt that Reform Jewry has wander-
ed too far in its effort to modernize Judaism. We
can appreciate his dilemma. Ritual, the back-
bone of most theological conceptions, finds its
root in primitive-nature attitudes. What men can
not rationally explain, they fear; what they fear,
invariably becomes framed in mystical aura.
Thus, vast metaphysical systems have developed
through the ages to explain the "scientifically"
unfathomable. In our own time, much of what
was once mysterious has long since lost its
seemingly magical quality for us. But the ap-
plicable religious traditions and rituals remain,
and we are their inheritors. We become faced
with the problem of rejecting them on grounds
of enlightenment or of continuing to accept them
because they are sacred.
What we call sacred, we invariably approach
emotionally. Intimidation is undeniably a func-
tion of the sacred ideal. But so-called "scientific",
categorical thinking such as these arguments
represent, often reduce to naive simplicity what
in reality lies beyond the scope of rationalism.
The metaphysical problems of ethics and moral-
ity can never be reduced to unquestionable law
by these thinking processes. On them, rests the
Jewish and other religions.
Dr. Eisendrath has touched a vital point. The
very Gestalt of Judaism has been removed by
those who deny the validity of its traditions. Let
the "scientific" remove themselves completely
A home provided ror
eve^y Jew in the
wottcL whoxsneeds
o~ne
HIS HISTORIC MISSION
from our Synagogues; they will find a spiritual
impoverishment that rationalism can never as-
suage. But those within their walls ought keep
tampering to a minimum, ought accept Judaism
as a form that must not be changed, for changing
History Re-written
A recent motion picture The rv
makes meaningless the deaths of fififc ^1
who perished in Nazi mass murders ]** I
Glorifying General Erwin R0mmeI ..
professes to portray the German chmvi' he *
in 1943. Humorous reference ,0 tn",e ol W
abound. Historically, it can not b, I'^l
the Nazi High Command regretted 2 "H
with Hitler. The psychopathic Feuhrer H
eshmating his army's resources, brounH.'V'H
tation to Germany that still poclcmarbfe u?
The humorous references must be evaW a
cisely in this regard. In rejectinq Hitler lM
and the others rejected an upstart ,2; ?H
a neophyte militarist who cast asooL.
their personal ability, for Germany's* "H
inevitably their own. al *
But Rommel's change of heart as The I)J
Fox would have it, had nothing to do T
change of heart vis-a-vis concentration T
and Jewish slaughter. It is true that Rq2
secretly connived for capitulation with the Afc
but he did so only because he felt that ca2
tion would leave Germany stronger and J!
better bargaining position. Belsen. BuchenmH
Dachau and Oswiechem mattered little ot
at all in his schemes.
Hollywood's deception and insult can find J
acceptance among those who still remembei.
Rabbi Ever Views Faith
And Conscience In Sermon
F: iday evening services at the
' i".x Ahavas Israel Syna-
.: _u^. 7135 Byron Avenue, will
I by Rabbi Isaac Ever at 5
A Kabl alat s.,bhath will

Thi Rabbi's sermon following
morninn service at
.is -< hi I t -h And
enc< A Bible >;.,.-.- will be
icted at 4 p.m fol
' i and SI & udos at 9.
i.m.
means defacing. Men have not yet reached
the point where they can embrace secular moral-
ity; the gentle nudging of traditional ritual is still
needed while an essential ethic ever remains
in our minds.
day evening services ;,t 8 15
Assistant to the President of
the Union of American Hi i a
Congregations, Rabbi Jay Kauf-
man, will speak on the topic: The
Never Ending Stream. An Oneg
Shabbat in honor of Hadassuh is
scheduled to follow in the Ban-
quet Hall, where Mrs. Raphael
Turoyer, National Hadassah
Washington Representative, will
address the assembled.
: ning sen ici.- are
scheduled for 10:45 a.m. CantOI
er will render the
il portions ol all sen i< es.
at 5:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. An Oneg
Shabbat will precede Mincha to
be held at 5. Shalos Seudos will
follow. Daily services are held ;,t
7:30 a.m., and at 5:15 p.m.
Hialeah-Miami Springs
The Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Community Center, 951
East 4th Avenue, will hold Frl-
day evening services at 8:15 p.m.
Beth David Dedicates
ning Service To Mcsada

id Syi
Avenue. Mia
8:15 |
: Par-
M
K Ab Sc
nard Si
dis-
sei non T Ati
K n as w : Ai Oneg
heduled 1
Bai M it/\ah
B ifast m Sunda
c nducted
tudents at .will be
by Mr. Lei
and Mi X..: an Ei
Congregation Beth Tfilah
: Begins Service At 5:15
I! e orthodox Con) ition
B< th Tfifth, 935 Eui I Avi nue,
Beach, will hold Friday
----- at 5 15 p.m.
At t ie Saturday morning serv-
. Rabbi Joseph E.
': vsky will speak on the sub-
Eternal Home. At 4 p.m.
ng the Mincha service, the
Rabl : is scl eduled to discuss:
of A Lite Companion. Sha-
los Seudos and Maariv will con-
clude the Sabbath.
Daily services are at 7:30 am.
and at 5.15 p m.
To View David And Bathsheba
As Aspect Of Bible Story
David And Bathsheba The
Bible On Flagler Street, will be
the topii >f Dr. Joseph R. Narot's
evening sermoi at Temple
Israel, 137 NF. 19th Street, at 8:15
p.m.
Cantor Tambor Chants
Service A: Beth El
Cantoi Ja k t. will
nt the Frid
C mgregotion Bet El. 500 SW
17th Avenue, at 5:15 p
Saturda; rnir.|
.led to beym at 8 30 a m
Mincha and Shalos Seudos will
1 t 5 p.m. A Bar Mitzvah Boys
<' kfast will follow the Sunday
morning. 9 a.m.. service.
Rabbi Mescheloff Considers
Aspects of Man's Living
The orthodox Congregation
Beth Jacob. 301-311 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach, will hold
Friday evening services at 6 p.m
At the Saturday morning. 8:30
a.m.. service. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will speak on the topic:
We Live Two Lives. The Junior
Congregation has scheduled serv-
ices for 10 a.m.. with Mr. Joseph
Hurwitz officiating in the Syna-
gogue annex. Mrs. Joseph Cohen,
will be hostess.
Mincha will be held at 5 p.m..
at which time Rabbi Mescheloff
will discuss the Weekly Portion.
Shalos Seudos, with Mr. M.
Eisenberg as host, will follow.
Rabbi Kaufman Gives
Sermon At Beth Sholom
Rabbi Leon Kronish will lead
t; e Liberal Synagogue. Temple
Beth Sholom, Chase Avenue at
41st Street. Miami Beach, in Fri-
Gables Center Led In
Services By Young Adults
Friday evening services at the
t oral Gables Jewish Cei ter, 320
: Avi nui a |] be con-
t 8:15 |. m., by the Young
: nup.
Rab i Morris A. Skop has
hi I >pi<. What's Jew-
ish About Jewish Youth? Satur-
norning services will be at
9 45 a.m., with children partici-
pating The Habbi will sp,.;,k ,,n
the Life Of Abraham. During the
Shabbat. Mrs. Henry Leby.
chairman, will announce the
of new-born children
blessed at the services
Rabbi Sachs Discusses Weekly
Portion At Israelite Center
The Israelite Center. 3198 SW
24th Terrace, will hold K
evening services at 5 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Sachs will dis-
cuss the Weekly Portion at the
Saturday morning service, g a.m
Mincha and Shalos Seudos an
scheduled to follow at 5 p.m.
Hollywood Jewish Center
Hears Sermon On Immortality
Friday evening services at the
Ji wish Community Center of
Hollywood. 2030 Polk Street, will
be held at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Jacob
J. Honig is scheduled to speak on
the topic: Do Jews Believe In
Immortality?
Saturday morning and Junior
Congregation services will be at
9:30 a.m. Daily services are con-
ducted at 9 a.m.
Thanksgiving Viewed By Rabbi
Lehrman At Friday Service
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will lead
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
1701 Washington Avenue, in late
Friday evening services at 8:30
p m. His sermon will be: Thanks-
giving 1951Its Meaning And
Challenge. In honor of commun-
ity-wide Hadassah Sabbath.
greetings will be extended bv
Mrs Milton Sirkin.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled foi !) a.m.. with the
Rabbi's sermon entitled: The
Glory Of Torah. An annual con-
secretion service in honor of new
pupils in the Religious School
Will take place during the serv-
ice, a Bible class will follow at
4 p.m.
Daily services are at 8 a.m., and
al 5 30 p.m.
Young Israel Synagogue "
The Young Israel Svnagogueoll
Miami Beach. 4001 Chase Avert*!
will conduct Friday evenir.gsen]
ices at 5:15 p.m. Saturday mon-l
ing services are scheduled for I
North Dade Jewish Center
The North Dad, Jewish Center.
13630 West Dixie Highway, will
hold Friday services at 8:15 pin.
Mr. .1 Rosenfeld will read, as-
, sisted by Mr. I. Jacobson.
Oneg Shabbat At Zamora
Center Sponsored by Kashioil
Rev. Rudolf E. Brill will con.
duct Friday evening sen-ices si
the Zamora Jewish Center. 441
Zamora Avenue. Coral Gables.t\
8:15 p.m.
Mrs. Murrv Grossman, immei,
ate past president ol the Flondi
Region of Hadassah, will begins
speaker. Her topi< is schedule!
as: My Flight To Israel As Hadai-
sah Delegate To The 23rd Zionist
Congress.
An.Oneg Shabbat, sponsoredI?
Mr. and Mrs. s Kashin, on tat
occasion of their grandson's Bit
Bitzvah, Philip Levy, will fol-
low the services
Saturday morning services wB
begin at 9 a.m.
North Shore Jewish Center
The North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. Dickens Avenue at 75th
Street, will hold late Fridav
services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Mayer
Aoramowitz will preach on the
topic: Life In A Musi urn.
Saturday morning services are
scl eduled for 9 a.m.. at which
time the Rabbi will discuss the
Week I v Portion. Shalos Seudos
will follow at 4:45 p.m. Junior
Congregation services are at 11
a.m.
Rabbi Zelkowitz Begins
Friday Religious Service 5:15
Friday evening services at the
orthodox Downtown Synagogue
135 NW 3rd Avenue. Miami, are
scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m.
Rabbi Marvin Zelkowitz will
conduct the Saturday service at
8:30 am. Mincha is scheduled for
5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos
Seudos and Maariv. Dailv serv-
ices are at 8 a.m.. and at 5.15 p.m.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
The Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center, 50 NW 51st
Place, holds daily services at 7
a.m. Sabbath services are sched-
uled for 9 a.m.
Kneset Israel Congregation
Rabbi Abraham Cassel will lead
Kneset Israel Congregation. 1415
Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach, in
the Friday evening service at 5
p.m.
c Thej Rabbis discourse at the
Saturday morning service, sched-
uled for 8:30 a.m.. will be on the
Weekly Portion. Cantor Abraham
Seif will chant the musical por-
tions of the service.
Tifereth Israel Has Forum On
Kashruth Following Service
Tifereth Israel Northside Cen-
ter 6a00 North Miami Avenue,
will hold Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m., with Rev. George
Ooldberg officiating.
Discussion of The Value Of
Kashruth will follow at a Forum.
Saturday morning services are
scheduled for 9 a.m. Rev. Gold-
|berg will discuss the Weekly
Hortion.
Hebrew Academy
Friday evening services at the
Hebrew Academy. 918 6th
Street. Miami Beach, will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Alexander Gross
Norman Lustig Bar Mitzvah
At Miami Hebrew School
h.Lr'f,as,Klve.ninE 'rv'ees will be
held at the Miami Hebrew School
and Congregation. 1101 SW 12th
Avenue, tonight at 5:15 %Zx
At the Saturday morning serv-
?n V Rabbi Simon April
of Mr fKHaM whoen Norman "
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lustig
becomes Bar Mitzvah ^ubu8.
A class ,n Talmud will beheld
at 4.30 p.m.. with Mincha follow-
ing ^ 5:15. Shalos Seudos and
theaSaboathSChedUU;d ^
West Miami Jewish Center
j Rabbi Alfred Waxman will lead
mmm'iJ&S! Jewish Ce"ter-
5720 SW 17th Street, in early Fri-
'''> services al 5:30 p.m. Late
j services at 8:30 p.m., will be de-
dicated to the Center Sisterhood.
Rabbi Waxman will speak on
, W"maAn s ImPrant Role In Juda-
fi^ ^n PXV* Shabbat is sched-
ed to follow with Sisterhood
members acting as hostesses.
Saturday morning services will
be at 8:30 a.m. The Rabbi will
' speak on the Weekly PortHh.
Hungary Deports Jews
On Two Day Notice
LONDON (JTA) The Hi*
garian authorities have resume!
I deportation of Jews from Bud*
[ pest and border towns in Western
I Hungary, according to author*
tive information received here*
Idas Israel, Orthodox Jewish*
I day by the executive of the A-
ganization. The towns affects
include Gvor. Sopron and Ss*
bathely.
In Budapest, according to ti
j information, the deportees *
j given two days' notice that tw
| will have to leave the capital W
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1IDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1951
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PAGE 5 A
ttoneer Women
Install Officers
Women, Club No.
'
1.
,'' !,1 ;m installation of of-
Sunday evening, No-
2,r.th. 8 p.m., at the Sor-
fcto Hotel.
rs to be instilled are:
Lhic Krantz, president; Sonia
nldberg, 1st vice president; Eh-
v larber, 2nd vice president;
lie Bickerman; treasurer; Son-
Brodes, financial secretary;
Bauer, recording secre-
cy Lena Breger, correspond-
^ secretary; Mrs. Henry Seit-
i irman of Machet Hoapolet;
Kaplan, co-chairman of
lachet Hoapolet; Sonia Fein-
hairman of Children's Res-
Fund; Mrs. B. Pakula, co-
bairman of Children's Rescue
,nd: Sonia Goldberg, chairman
the ,I( wish National Fund; and
lebecca Schwartz, chairmen of
|e cultural committee.
A musical program will fol-
|W during which Carol Abrams
till sing several songs. Rabbi
loses Mi.'scheloff will then show
jnis of his recent European trip.
Ihairman of the evening is Rose
Jarie Kaplan, and hostesses are
lebecca Schwartz, Ida Horowitz
nd Sylvia Beckerman.
\ltih if arid Men
o IHsciiss Show
The Men's Club of the Beth
avid Synagogue will hold their
egular monthly meeting on
Biursday evening, November
fith. 8 p.m., at the Synagogue.
Final plans for the dance and
lariety show to be produced by
he Club will be discussed by
Jhil Abrams, president, with the
tsistance of all members.
The show will be produced by
lurray Baum with proceeds to
|c toward the procurement of
ports equipment.
lialeah-Miami Springs
las Membership Tea
A social membership tea is be-
ns planned by the Hialeah-Mi-
br.i Springs Jewish Community
(enter for Wednesday, November
8th. 815 p.m.
A kit. Meet The Gang, pro-
duced by Mrs. I. Kneapler, will
fc( pn i nted with the cast drawn
pom the membership. Guest
kpcak'T of the evening is Ben
l.-c v.ho will discuss Why A
Jewish Center In Hialeah?
Mrs. Yetta Gclvan is tea chair-
Leonard Wien To Chair Mount Sinai's
Jamboree Slated For February 28th
he Hospital's second annual Jubilee to be held FebruMv 28th a.
the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium. Mr, Wien served in aium
!S&oftE n^"Unt Sinai M in light of the huge success of last year's Jubilee which was .a
sell-out performance, Mr. Wien
expressed confidence in this
year's Jubilee's being an even
greater show. 'Although it was
the opinion of many," said Mr. memuers oi iviour
Wien in accepting the chairman- Board of Trustees who head Jub
shin "ihyt M,\llr,t Ci^^i'o #;,-* ilr>l. frtmmainnf. .......
Aiiiin, Samuel Kalx, a. Fine,
1 nk, Samuel Pi ledland, Carl
W i Ink!.. i >i Mi Ddman, Her-
i" ii Si hi Hi mmln S Ki Mai -
: l.iln-i in. !. Mohi I S|m hi in. .1.
h raid l.i win, Baron PeHIm Meyer,
SI mli r. H] era, 'an R
eph Rose, Monte Sells;, Jacob Bher,
Win i>. Singer, A, A. linear, Harry
Hlrkln, Joseph b'teln, and Mlti hi ll
Wolfson. Mi l,\inn\ Hells, presldenl
of the Ladles Auxiliary of Moun<
Blnal, will be chairman of the i
milter repreKentlim her group.
s'S
MANUTACTURIO
FRESH DAILY
Phone 9-0601
2'80 N. W. 13th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Listen to
WFEC
Eery Friday at 10:15 A.M.
^^jSunday at 11-11 AM.
give any assistance they can to
make the affair an outstanding
success.
Members of Mount Sinai's
ship, "that Mount Sinai's first
ilee Committees are:
Mr. (H-ovlti. Leonard Abess, Jack
SAUL KENHOLZ
K 207 Almeria Ave., Coral GablesPhone 48-0346
NOW OPEN WITH A COMPLETE LINE OF
STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY
Only the Choicest Grade of Western Meat Sold
Hotels and Restaurants Supplied
Under the Supervision ct The GreAter Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Leo?iard A. Wien
Jubilee with Walter Winchell as
master of ceremonies filled every
entertainment desire, plans for
the second Jubilee point to a
show which will even surpass
the previous affair resulting in
our being able to top last year's
goal."
''Because of the larger scope
of Mount Sinai's free services to
the, community during the past
year," Mr. Wien noted, "we have
necessarily had to set our goal
higher than that aimed at last
year so as to meet the Hospital's
increased deficit".
On the basis of a report issued
by Samuel Gertner, executive
director of Mount Sinai, in which
he noted that in the eight-month
period from January 1st to Aug-
ust 31st, the Hospital totaled ap-
proximately 9,000 patient days
for admissions through the Social
Service Department, it is esti-
mated that the 1951 deficit will
be $157,000. This is the goal that
has been set by the Jubilee Com-
mittee. As a 258-bed voluntary
hospital serving the entire South
Florida community, regardless of
race, color or creed, Mount Sinai
offers free care when the patient
is unable to pay and the hospit-
al's Out Patient Department,
which opened July 10, 1950, has
already treated over 5,700 cases
in its clinics on this basis, Mr.
Gertner's report reveals.
In announcing Mr. Wien's ap-
pointment, MJr. Orovitz stated
that because of the success of
Mount Sinai's initial Jubilee, the
Board of Trustees was once a-
gain calling upon Mr. Wien to
head the most important fund
raising project conducted by the
Hospital each year.
Reviewing Mount Sinai's serv-
ices to the community during the
year, Mr. Orovitz mentioned par-
ticularly the additional services
which have been added, such as
the Department of Physical Medi-
cine and Rehabilitation being
staffed by personnel trained in
the largest rehabilitation center
in the country, a Tumor Clinic,
and a School of Practical Nurs-
ing. The Hospital has also insti-
tuted an intern training program
for which it Iras received the full
approval of the American Medical
Association.
Mr. Orovitz went on to outline
Mount Sinai's plans for the fu-
ture which include enlarged re-
search facilities to include an ani-
mal laboratory for experimental
surgery ar.d an addition to the
Hospital for acute cases so that
the "present building may be con-
verted to chronic and convales-
cent beds to meet the needs of
the increased aged population of
this area.
As Jubilee chairman, Mr. Wien
has secured the full cooperation
of the American Guild of Variety
; Artists whose local officers have
assured him that every member
of AGVA in the vicinity of Mi-
ami and Miami Beach at the time
of the Jubilee will be urged to
A Personal Message to My Friends
Sleet H. Leslie Quigg
YOUR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER
Many years ago, when I first commenced to practice law in the City of
Miami, I had occasion to call upon the then Chief of Police. H. Leslie Quigg,
to request action upon certain matters. I was greatly impressed by the very
vigorous, immediate and productive effort asserted by this man who was a
total stranger to me at that time* and out of this contact and the opinion which
I formed of his ability to get things done and produce results, has grown a
close friendship between us which has existed for more than twenty-five years.
There has never been an occasion when *H. Leslie Quigg has been in
office that he has failed to heed a request horn me or anyone else for action
upon any pressing problem. I know that this man respects the rights of all
men and believes sincerely that all men should be protected against any
attempts to interfere with the God-given and Constitution-provided rights of
the Four Freedoms. This was duly emphasized when, during the time that
Mr. Quigg was a Miami City Commissioner in 1948, numerous activities
occurred in which crosses were burned and ministers were intimidated in
Miami Shores, in connection with certain activities. Mr. Gilbert Balkin, Direc-
tor of the Anti-Defamation League, of B'nai B'rith, locally, came to me and
asked me to seek cooperation of City officials. Mr. Balkin and I presented
the problem to Chief Quigg, then City Commissioner, and he immediately
responded to the needs of the situation by requesting me to draw an ordin-
ance to prohibit the wearing of masks, which he subsequently introduced in
Ihe Miami City Commission, and sponsored its passage. This was the first
such ordinance in the Country. H. Leslie Quigg initiated that first ordinance.
Scores of municipalities have now adopted similar ordinances and the Legis-
latures of several Slates, including Georgia, Alabama and Florida, as well
as others have passed legislation of similar import. But H. Leslie Quigg is
directly responsible for the introduction and passage of the first such measure.
Recently, when numerous bombings or attempted bombings of local
Synagogues occurred. Chief Quigg, although not in office, issued a state-
ment in which he pointed out that during his administration as Chief of
Police, dynamitings and bombings were stopped by his order "if necessary
to defend life, shoot to kill"; and that similar orders would quickly stop the
present wave of bombing.
Time and space do not permit me to cite the numerous accomplish-
ments of Mr. Quigg while he was your City Commissioner from 1947 to 1949.
However, I am sure that you recall that Mr. Quigg was the Commissioner
who introduced the ordinance which resulted in the transfer of Jackson
Memorial Hospital from the City of Miami to Dade County. By this action he
saved the City of Miami taxpayers over SI.000.000.00 a year in taxes for
an institution which was serving the entire County but the entire burden of
maintenance of which was being carried by the City.
During his administration, he successfully undertook to neqotiate with
the Florida Power & Light Company and obtained a reduction in the electricity
rates for this community and the people.
During his administration, he fought vigorously against any increase
of the water rates and successfully prevented such an increase. Not long
after he was out of office your water rates were increased because H. Leslie
Quigg was no longer on the Commission to fight for the people.
H. Leslie Quigg was one of the earliest proponents of Federal Aid for
Slum Clearance and it was through Mr. Quigg that I was appointed to the
Slum Clearance Committee and he has, at all times, been on record, and
still is, for Federal Aid for Slum Clearance. You can rest assured that when
reelected he will vigorously support the adoption of measures for Slum Clear-
ance through Federal Aid.
H. Leslie Quigg is economy minded. During his administration he
instituted and helped passage of economy measures which resulted in the
reduction of your taxes. He will always be guided by the interests of the
people as against increased costs. He never missed nor was he ever late
for a meeting of the City Commission during the time that he was in office
and by his constant vigilance he was able to properly safeguard your inter-
ests.
Remember, H. Leslie Quigg will be a full time Commissioner. He will
get things done for the City of Miami.
Sincerely,
Abe Aiano-v-ilp
Quigg Will Get It Done!
Sled H. LESLIE QUIGG
YOUR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER
i Paid ---liti- .il AdA I


FAGE 6 A
> Jenisti Fhrkliar
(
Strictly Neighbors"
HELEN ALPERT
HEADLINES:
So you ask a question (as the joke goes) and you get an answer.
And in this week's mail, is the 2-page explanation fro.n The Spiral
Hermitage, signed by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Vis: he's taken a vow
of silenee. effective on his 70th birthday, to endure through all his
nuny remaining years His famed Spinoza
Forum continues, its first sessun slated lor De-
cember 1st. 3:30 p.m. You're all Invited. Dr.
Wolfson continues its planning, preparation, de-
livery via the written word Rabbi Lthr-
:...iii's teen invited to give the opening ad-
dress
And of course Dr. Wolfsor.'s current and
classical friends have contributed roUickingly
u> his new decision. Su>r-ga/er and scholar-
i.stronomer, Charlie Lei. slipped him the quote:
"It is better to be silent and be considered a Helen Alptrt
than to speak up and remove all doubt."
Said Zeno. "Of all the virtuis. I madi choice of silence: for by
it I hear other men's impel lections and conceal my own." And
cne more: "Silence is the only successful -ubstitule for brains"
And if you wart my opinion on all this, lemme Bay frankly that
anybody who starts a letter to me by saying. "Does any event
in Miami Beach escape your beautiful, intelligent and diagnostic
-'" shucks, on such flattery. I'll go along anywhere!
(Mention of Spinoza always reminds me of Anyuta Melicov's
anecdote about the gentleman who showed up at the Forum one
;.:ternoon and asked hopeiullv. "Did Spinoza come vet?")
EVENTS:
Celebrity Hour is next for the Miami Beach Music and Arts
Miss Carole Joy Fenias
Penias, Michelson
Plan June Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fenias.
4170 Nautilus Dnve. Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Carole Joy to
vr.s-L,i,i nuui is in.-a i iur i.ie .tuaiiii tjeaen .music ana Arts f thfir Hautihtpr fanilii Inv r<
,e-when League members, and those who've bought tickets g,wald Mu he son son of Mrs
through them, get the opportunity to go backstage ar.d personally Mumw GrossmanaEaai>uEmi
greet the First Piano Quartet. Monday. November 26th. This hap- lw?5 r ln- alS 0f Miam
'"-t'W Dt thii Ronch Allr)ttr\l'lll^ fwnr nun.iU nJ nn1.n Vtau J .
: ens at the Beach Auditorium, over punch and cake. I'm mad
..bout that Quartet myself and delighted, again, to be Ruth
Brotman's escort. Yepgot my tuxedo and black lace mitts wait-
ing! .
Mrs Nat L. Williams is this year's press head for the Mt. Sinai
Women's Auxiliary. Their luncheon is Friday. November 30th at
the Shelborne.
ON THE BEAT:
LoZito. smooth violinist, has inked a pact (borrowing from At present he is teaching Bioli
Saloon editors' terminology) to play the Kenilworth again this seas- ut Cambridge Junior College
on in Jack CavaKe: >s ork "Vocational Therapist" Ro-Zee is in The couple plan on a June
wn, as you ve noted from his emblazoned auto. He's the travel wedding which will take place in
columnist for the N Y. Compass. Ever eat with him? When the Miami Beach.
:,: ; presented, he reaches into his pocket and stamps on -------------------------------,
.- "Ro-Zee Was Here:" Wows the waitresses ... At home on %". f>^l..
Harding Avenue an Miss Beatrice Schwartz (Mt. Sinai stafn and ''**"** MMStHf MO
f*V Mlar Milzrah
Miss Fenias graduated from the
Casement School, Ormond Beach,
and is now attending Brandeis
University. Mr. Michelson is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School, of the University of Flor-
ida and is now working on a fel-
lowship at Harvard University.
At present he is teaching Biology
trean helpful Brooklyn organizations .
Making Miami his home is the Manhattan radio and teevee
ter. Charlie Cinnamon. Polished off two vacations hire, then
,-ed back, for good Comptroller for the Seacomber and' Surf-
er ever sir.ee they opened is Murray Halpern. Right now. he's
rking with I is South Beach Men's Club for its own Blood Bank
: r Mt. Sir.ai .
JUST REALIZED how Mt. Sinai crept in here three times
and here it is. for Number Four which occurred when there I
was, Sitting at lurch beside my copy of their First Annual Report
when r.ovenng cabana waiter Samuel Barishman said. "Do you
mind if I look at this closer-" Whereupon he pointed an excited
.inger to Collins Isle, "How I used to run around that road, see it
there? Hed been stationed at the Nautilus Hospital in 1942 was
one ot the first 50 men assigned to sitting it up for Armv
FAST FLASHES:
Recovering from pneumonia and pleurisy is the beloved Zina
,n7/f>IP tXrn 0t th'dance FASCINATING CRAFTS shop
en Jefferson Avenue IS Mir.erva Lichtig's. queen of crafts therapy.
--'rftifslv., vea'CS thos k?Ves' :'owers- Plants for decorative
...otiis. west Yonkers is her former business site
,h. ^cal ?tUf\w,li ztstfu,I]y h^r this: The Holiday season sees'
the arrival of the art world's Mervvn Jules
lessor of Art at Smith College, and'keeps a..
e- t: nf?rTi*St'0W?' NlVrvyn and, "is wife Rita will be house- approaching marriage of their
*t cnmolete rcunu^m,^ H '" Cr? W** Th!s marks our dauhter- J" HeleS? to Robert
''-Gr, v \>k ?h Jt I Ba"'rnore. Last time I saw Merv was Joseph Friedman, son of Mr. and
? >htnRt,l .uk8 fummer when we ate squabs for Mrs. Lawrence D. Friedman. 1931
" suDDo^e th whnU vveThUSeke?PlrSaid ^stilv each Saturday. SW 14th Terrace. Miami.
I suppose the whole N.Y. Times will be here again for the week-
end when Merv taught me the or.lv proper way to boil sweet
w s"h"e"hae\Etta MCrCUr Cab'ed fro Par's tha^it looked Ik
4VormanH, HrX* "* f chamP*n. mc drink it on
HEBREW ACADEMY? BIGTImI: ^^ Rembtr Wh'n:
The Bar Mitzvah of Norman, '
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Lustig. 1960 SW 12th Street. Mi-
ami) will take place tomorrow
morning, 9 a.m.. at the Miami j
Hebrew School and Congregation,
with Rahbi Simon April officiat-
ing.
Norman is a student at the
Shenandoah Junior High School
and the Hebrew High School.
Following his reading of the
Haftorah. he will address the '
j Congregation. A reception has :
been arranged to take place after
the ceremony.
Kabert, Friedman To
Wed In New York
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kobert
He's assistant pro- of the Bronx, New York, have
nd keeps astonishing art circles announced the engagement and
ailtl his Wif< Rita -I'lll Kn Wr,.,-. ;innrn:n 'rinii iv.^i.,,,. .a i__- .
Kalian, Hodgkins
Wed Thanksgiving
Dr. Janet R. Kahan of Coconut
Grove, and Edward M. Hodgkins,
Jr., Boston. Massachusetts, were
married yesti rday in an intimate
wedding ceremony attended by
immediate friends.
The bride is a former faculty
member of the Department of
Psychology. University of Miami.
Sh.- is a graduate of Columbia
I University where she took ad-
vanced degrees in her field. Mr.
Hodgkins is a graduate of the
| University of Miami and saw
! overseas service during World
! War II.
Following the ceremony, the
: newlyweds were hosts at a
Thanksgiving dinner given in
their home. They left shortly
| after to Cuba where they will
Stay at the Hotel Nacionale for
| an abbreviated honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodgkins will be
at home late next week.
i_____________________________________________
Barbara Liebowitz
To Live In Newark
Mr. and Mrs. George Liebowitz.
74 Washington Avenue, Miami
, Beach, announce the marriage of
i their daughter, Barbara, to Jor-
idan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
j Siegelman. of 139 Hur.tington
Ti rrace, Newark New Jersey.
The wedding will take place at
12 noon on Sunday in Newark.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
She is also a graduate of the
Tommy Armour dancing school.
Mr. Siegelman is presently in at-
tendance at New York Univer-
sity.
Former Mayor Hague of Jersey
City. Governor Driscoll of New
Jersey and other political, civic
and fraternal dignitaries are ex-
pected to attend the wedding.
After a honeymoon at Miami
Beach, the newlyweds will re-
side in Newark.
Zamora Stetertt
To Hear t*uona
The Sisterhood of Zamora Jew-
ish Center will hold a Member-
ship Party on Thursdav, Novem-
ber 29th. 8 p.m., at the Center
building.
The program will consist of a
pageant entitled Down Through
The Ages. Guest of the evening
will be Norman R. Lyons, who
will speak on American Jewry's
Part In The Development Of The
United States.
Davison,
Announce Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs Carl F
1608 Drex.l A-.-nrnf^
the betrothal ol their dSfl
Joy Arlene. to Henry I. n^
son of Mr. ard Mrs. mM
Dreyfus. 3415 Sheridan Awii
Miss Davison was graduaJ
cT .theu M,a"11 Beah Hi*
School, where she was preside*j
or the National Honor Societf ]
She is now attending the I'niveP
sity of Miami.
Mr. Dreyfus, who has been I
resident of Miami Beach fa,
twenty years, was graduated from
Springdale School. North Caro-,
lina, and Traphagen School of
Fashion. New York. He also it-i
tended the University of Miami.
He is a veteran ol World WarU,
having seen ov. rsi as service wft.
the United Stati s Navy, At pres-j
ent, he is an interior decoraloj
and designer in the greater )w
ami area.
Temple Israel Dinner
On Wednesday evening, No-1
vcmber 28th, at 6 p.m.. the Tem-I
pie Israel Sen :-Annual Congrc-I
gational Dinner Meeting will hi
held at the Temple. Committee]
reports will be made following|
the dinner.
The wedding will take place in
New York City, on December
23rd
The prospective bride, who is
an alumna of Hunter College
where she received the William
!5FAT ", pu}.,: S.^brew Academy choir in a star show spot. Graf VholaVship Tnd'The^anJJ I
i the lovely candle-lighting Ashton Memorial Award for Ex- ',
|H at "7-1^ r rr, T-U~ U-_._ Coil*nr*. in A *-4 I.. ._ ~_* :_...
nukah week. You'll hear them, with i
ceremony. Saturday night. Decembir 22nd. at 7:15 p.m. The boys
and girls are also due on teevee. in a complete scripted show
In charge of the Memorial Pages to dear ones in the Hebrew-
Academy s pictorial Journal is Frances Makovsky MeanwhTle
rtl time also to ge: your dinner tickets for thelr tremendou" c, oa
1 / uXh f/XSan1^- **- SlOO^^pTe3
JOTS ON THE SPOT:
-- PhJUJ S Jew**n Exponent reports that Miss Ethel Portner has
MHar^'l3"" ^T5^ htt "If? ard fcrother-.n-law hire the
-1 Harry Raabs Mrs. George Rubin's been in the hoscital for a
up Raymond Rubin is back from West End \J Just
learned about the unique large library owned by Charles" Binder
Hes unique himself a Knigl t Commander of the Court o' Honor'
SSkS"!# u Che?Sfie" Hotel nw bought bv Lou" H Co"n
M^Denne?""7 'T'U N' Ywka) C"hen' WitoTJotaS
SandyAnd?oSUL HA^"on"AKE F ?EST, WISHES IO handsome
.v *"ul1 WO" see Nautilus Hotel ,-ewsreek
g entire University of Miami swim team in splashing *cttS?
S^cSSSl r'h'i'S tha' th? Rney'a d'stinguished pBho,og apher'
In. ng Chidr.off. is doing an ultimate composite of the Miami Beuh
police force and that the Roosevelt's manager B. rme I ff,v ,
flies off to enjoy Thanksgiving in New York wttn his P "
cellence in Art. is an art instruc-
tor with the New York City
Board of Education. She also at-
tended the Art Students League
and is doing graduate work at
New York University.
Mi Friedman is completing his
studies in the School of Phvsical
Education at the University of
Florida, where he also attended
the School of Arts and Sen nces
He is a member of the Players
Dramatic Society and of Alpha
Epsilon Pi.
Formal Wear
that is freshly
cleaned, smartly
styled, properly
fitted.
Complete outfits
including shoes.
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Coral Gables
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DANCE and SKIT
Sea Gull Hotel
Sunday. Nov. 25th, 8:30 pA
Sponsor Miami Masidi
Benefit UJA ZOA
CARD PARTY
Nautilus Hotel
Sunday. Nov. 25th. 8. pn-
Louise Chapter UJA
Benefit Louise Wet>rmanWi*
Youth Center. Israel
==V/f/l/ y KOSHER CATERERS
Weddings Bar Mitzvahs
Buffets Garden Parties
AT YOI R HOME. TEMPLE OR LEADING HOTELS
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MON. NOV. 26th. 1:30
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jircfiriGS
FUNLAND IN THE SKY
now open on our sixth floor roof
Whee there's fun for all in our outdoors Funland
Buidine's entire sixth floor roof has boon transformed to a
wonderful young-folks carnival. With thrill packed r'des
for all ages at minimum charge Polly Pcrker's PupP*1
Show free and lots of good things to eat. Hurry on
down!
Burdine s. Funland in the Sky. Sixth Floor Rooi


)AY. NOVEMBER 23. 1951
vJenist /Fhriafiajn
Personally Speaking
Dr. end Mrs. Julius M. Rosenthal have returned to their
me. 244 West Rivo Alto Drive. Miami Beach, alter spendina
summer in Monticello, New York.
1 + *
Mrs. Sarah C. Budlow. formerly of 1115 Pennsylvania Av-
L Miami Beach, is now residing at her own Florel Apart-
[i Hotel, 926 Collins Avenue. *^
* *
Mr. end Mrs. Abraham Werman, 3555 Flamingo Drive
|mi Beach, have as houseguests their son. Gustav. and
kdson, Herbert, of 1014 East 24th Street, Brooklyn, New York.
^P ^* ^*
|At home after extensive travelling through Israel's cities
y Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
bkoff of 1550 SW 16th Avenue, Miami.
* + *
JRcbbi Irving Lehrman flew to Orlando where he addressed
Central Florida Zionist Organization of America
* *
.Doris K. Green has announced the recent marriage of her
Li, Rcse Gallow, to Harry Wallach of Miami.
* *
[Recently returned from the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
Ici America 26th Annual Convention held in Atlantic City,
Irs. Rose Pertes, 445 SW 23rd Road, president of Miami's
Chapter.
* *
|Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper, of 507 SW 19th Avenue, cele-
\d their 4th wedding anniversary with a dinner party for
nmediate family last Friday night.
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Mi mi Angerman To
Wed Burton Klein
Announcement was made rec-
ently by Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Angerman. 575 Lake View Drive,
Miami Beach, of the engagement
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Charles Views
Added Industry
Receiving a total of 14,908 votes
* Tuesday primary election,
William W. Charles placed fourth
i among the six top candidates who
will vie for vacancies on the Mi-
ami City Commission in the No-
vember 27th final balloting.
The candidate, who stated that
he was directly responsible for
two Greater Miami Manufactur-
' er's Expositions, has incorpor-
porated into his platform a plank
based on drawing to this area
contracts for the creating of war
materials. More jobs for Miami-
, ans, is one of Charles' major
plans for the future. Other im-
portant projects on his agenda,
his supporters indicate, are re-
lief of parking and traffic prob-
lems, continued reduction of city
taxes, prompt completion of the
sewer system and a topflight ad-
ministrative executive in the City
I Manager's job.
"The Charles record is one of
promises made and kept," a
spokesman for the candidate
previously remarked.
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Parents
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The Shaloma group of Hadas-
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at the home of Mrs. Max Gratz,
4333 Nautilus Drive, on Thurs-
day, November 29th, at 2 p.m.
Slogan for the tea is Member
Bring A Member. Mrs. Murry
Grossman, immediate past presi-
dent of the Florida region, will
be guest speaker. Mrs. Max
Gratz, hostess, is scheduled to be
assisted by Miss Elsie Schwalbe.
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Miss Mimi Angerman
of their daughter, Mimi, to Bur-
ton Klein, son of Mrs. I. Klein,
McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
Miss Angerman is a sophomore
at the University of Miami. Mr.
Klein graduated from the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, where he
belonged to Phi Epsilon Pi fra-1
ternity. He served with the Army
in the quartermaster corps and '
is presently associated with a
baking company in McKeesport.
Lake Runs Fifth;
Airs Housing Issue
John Red Lake moved into
fifth favorite spot in the runoff
election scheduled for next Tues-
day when vacancies on the
Miami City Commission will be
officially filled.
In the November 20th primary,
Lake polled 10,797 votes. His
supporters indicated that the can-
didate's victory in the primaries
shows Miami's feeling with re-
gard to low rent housing and
slum clearance. Previously, Lake
remarked, "If you favor clear-
ance through low rent housing,
you must favor my platform."
Lake has been working in close j
cooperation with Parent-Teacher
groups and with juvenile author-1
ities in an effort to increase pro- |
ttction for Miami's children. He j
has pledged himself to fight for
more police protection for the I
city's youngsters and to combat
the rise of child molestation and
delinquency.
Two ardent supporters of the capital funds drie for the
construction of a new Hiltel House at the University of Miami
are Mrs. Ida Optner. co-chairman of the women's division, and
Mrs. Josephine Goldstrom. shown tendering a check in the amount
of S4.500. the balance of a ten-thousand dollar pledge mace early
this year. Harold Turk. Miami Beach councilman and general
chairman of the Hillel drive for a SISO.OOO goal, receives the check
for the Foundation.
Beth David PTA
The next Board Meeting of the
Beth David PTA will be held
at the home of Mrs. Phil Abrams,
1919 SW 19th Street, Monday
evening, November 26th, 8:30
p.m.
A Chanukah program will be
planned. __________
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*-jwisl>ncrkfiar_
Hospital Iwroup
To Hear llehneu
Tht mi-annual rr.eeting of the
Auxiliary of Mount
Si ai H si .;al will take place
. iday. Novi 30th, l p.m.,
: I Ige, 955 Alton
I
Mi Krieger Fink
heads i committee as-
- sti I : Mn I- .-.- Krensky and
M Morris Goldin. They will
Mr John Behney of the
: sity ol Mian i ::i several
Mi Behn-
. notable appearances rec-
ntly in Cyrano, Hamlet, and The
I To Rome. The musical high- I
. ol the afternoon will I e
seated by the acapella choir
.liarr.i Beach High School un-
der the direction of Mr. Robert
Duff. |
During 4he short business ses-
sion. Mi Monte Selic. president
of the Auxiliary, will report on
the School of Nursing, a project
recently undertaken by the Aux-
iliary.
Phi Delta I Vpsilon
Dinner nance
Phi Delta Epsilon Graduate
Ciub of Greater Miami is having
ita Fall Dir.ncr Dance Thanks-
Saving Eve at the Sorrento Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Ofiicers of the organization are:
Dr. Alexander Rosenberg, presi-
:.' Dr. Alfred Levin, vice pres-
:dent: Dr. Lewis Palay. secre-
tary: Dr. Saul Kaplan, treas-
.-.nd Dr. George Lister, in
charge of arrangements for the
Dinner-Dance.
Highlight ning will
re the p: nti tion : twenty-
'.. yeai life rr.i'i bership keys
:.. : the n
Consumptive Relief
Welcomes Members
A rtKuiar of the
tei Miami Auxiliai v J
ptives Relief S it ty, will
M naav evening, No-
r 26tl B p.m.. at the Shel-
H tt !. Miami Beach. Mrs.
Goluskin, president, will
f thi
i ::
.'.; \ Si man of
Jamboree, is
final plans
event 1 n Sun-
;> i eml ei 9th.
richer, Can Chair-
report on
its to 1 tUD< a arils
" K< ndall ana J. kson Mei
H -;..tals.
Harry Zuckcrnick
/u Head Bar I pro up
Harry Zukernick has been
elected president of the Miami
Beach Bar Association.
Zukunick is also chairman of
District No 9. Welfare Board.
and past president of Mir, mi
Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith. YM
and WHA of Miami Beach and
the Civic League of Miami
Beach
Other otficers elected were
Simon England! r. 2nd vice presi-
dent, and Godfrey K. Newman,
treasurer.
Run-offs will be held between
Alexander Gordon and Harold |
Spaet for the office of 1st vice,
sider.t and between Vivian L.
Sche-ffer and Harry Smith for
tary.
Tamara Chapter
llohls Assembly
A chapter assembly in the form
ol a miniature convent will be
held by Tamara Chapter. Miz-
rachi Women on Tuesday, No-
vember 27th. 8:30 p.m., at the
Surfcomber Hotel.
Miss Lillian Bogdan. chapter
delegate to the National Conven-
tion held in Atlantic City, will
give a report. Mis. Louis Mech-
lowitz. president, is also sched-
uled to speak, and Mrs. Trixie
I.tvin. script writer, and mono-
log-.st, will entertain with an
original script.
Mrs David Hess is chairman
of the- A-si mbly.
Musi*' Hubs To
Present Keeitals
The two Miami Musk Club
Circles will hold their first meet-
ing of the v, ,,r o v.
mber 28th. at 2:30 p.m.
The North. Side Group will
meet at the
home of Mr-
Joseph Altman.
.-.80 N E 5 9th
Street, under
t h e leadership
of Mrs. Charles
C. Sharman. co-
chairman, i n
bsence of
t h e chairman.
Mrs. E. W. Can.
On the musical
program will be
presented J a y
Bruce Hess. 13
vear old p.an- JaV Hess
ist, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Hess. Jay recently received a
Certificate of Merit and has ap-
peared in several radio and tele-
vision performances.
Miss Anita Carnes. mezzo-so-
prano who has done extensive
radio work in Chicago and sang
in Europe, will present several
vocal selection. She will be
accompanied by Adella Altman.
Featured on the program also
will be the newly organized
woodwind quartette.
The Southside Circle will meet
at the home of Mrs. Charles M.
Moon. 2101 Bi ickell Avenue. The
program will be under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Ieland Hyzer,
chairman.
Henry Gregor. composer and
teacher will present several se-
lections. He will also accompany
Mrs. Charles M. Moon, soprano.
Also featured will be Miss Joan
Radlev. cellist.

M'
!w'<
Burnett Roth (center) Miami Beach City Councilnun
Vice-Mayor, here presents co-chairman Eli Quain defti j01'
M. Escott. member of the Board of Directors, Hebrew Ac*
Roth is chairman of the Hebrew Academy's fourth annual t
(Photo by Ker. Liun
l.isis Ac*ad*my Dinner 4 omniiit*
Burrett Roth, chairman of the hen, Charles Bender,
Hebrew Academy's fourth annual! Appel, Al Osheroff, Lr/J
dinner, to be held in Copa City Makovsky. Hyman Jablom
on December 16th, this week re-: Courshon, Joseph Cohen,!
leased the names of his complete uel Cohen. Dr. David s. An
dinner committee. Daniel M. Broad, Isadorel
Announced as co-chairman was berg and Samuel Ritter
Eli Quain. -------------------
Other members of the commun- Miami Good Will fl3
1 itv serving with him are Harry iV"aml JOOa Will [ft
Sirkin. Matthew Silverstein, Ben- The Good Will Group ofQ
1 jamin Sherry, Jack Satin, Ray- i er Miami will hold its rt|
mond Rubin, Samuel Reinhard, I meeting on Thursday. Sow
Abraham Mason. Kolman Luria, 29th. 1 p.m., at the Congrtj
Solomon Lobel, David Levinson, ] Beth El building.
Harry Koretzky, Jacob Kaufman, I Plans for a saT.es party |
Samuel M. Grundwerg. Ben Zion I uled for Dei ember for., will]
Ginsburg, Harry Genet. Saul discussed. M..- .Etna Beck. |
Genet. Irving Firtel, Harry Co- dent, announced.
FOR ANY SIZE FAMIL
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Dora Stein Sisters
To Present Bazaar
A comn.:"j inder the chair-
I ic ol Mr- Sam Col l n
: pitted plans for a azaar to
be giv< by the Dora Stein Sis-
terhood of the Israelite Center
from December 8th through 11th.
Special features of the bazaar
will include a puppet show, a
fortune-telling booth, haircutting
and meals served and supervised
: v Mis. I Goldberg.
*3W ts-jjn yn tin
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Miami Beach
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 8:30 P.M.
at the
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Comedy Skit by officers of Town and Beach Masada and
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)AY, NOVEMBER 23, 1951
ml mis ignore
,lil Klaus With
\hool Session*
lENVER (AJP) Jewish
Ikwoims" who dashed to
ol in defiance of the Jewish
figy ast "a serious reflec-
observant fellow-stu-
j ;,. veil as lessening them-
L in the eyes of their teach-
ja leading rabbi and national
1;-t ure asserted here rec-
[bbi Manuel Laderman, of the
few Educational Alliance and
Inal .ice-president of Miz-
I, placed part of the blame
Jtudints' attending classes on
|r Jewish holidays on par-
Hi said the rabbinate and
Jew..-., leaders are made to
"rather ridiculous" when
stressing the importance of
s lidays to school offi-
Jewish students violate the
lay by appearing in class.
trslfif darners
tih In Itiinot)
tk Horsley, whose initial bid
political office on Tuesday
him in the sixth spot foi
November 27th runoff for
(Commissioner with a total
177 primary votes, revealed
lie it advocating a mandatory
enter.ee for convicted book-
Irs and bolita operators and
led to introduce and support
Ian ordinance if elected next
Jay.
(shall propose a city ordin-
[requiring city court to jail
es on their first offense for
}imum of 30 days and a $500
lus a 60-day jail sentence
conci offense," Horsley stat-
j insurance executive recall-
at he had been a registered
tentative of the Florida Jay-
Bt the 1951 state legislature
ht worked for anti'gamb-
pgislation,
ley also told of his plan
Meeting a city manager for
li. Be advocated that a sev-
tmbir committee submit to
bmmission names of three
lied persons and that one of
Tii' ie named to the city
per post by the commission-
seven-man committee
include the two city-em-
elected members of the
Service board and five ap-
es be named by the city
p-Zionist Figures
ffer; Deny Rabid
^eli Opposition
YORK CITY (AJP)
of anti-Zionism in
and England conferred
Jidor. cently and swapped
|tal.-: in the problems of
Ittir.g world-wide propo-
lol the Jewish State, the
tan Jewish Press learned
t>' Elmer Berger, executive
V < I the anti-Zionist Amer-
f-,' ]| for Judaism, met
|leading anti-Zionist and
or ist personalities in Brit-
nng ;, two week stay in
untry.
Iri-' i to the United States
|y. Rabbi Berger told the
pn Jewish Press that Eng-
u-Zionists are -putting up
st fight they know how."
R conferences with sev-
e anti-Zionist leaders,
Berger said that "their
op; to combat Jewish na-
f"- lies in making their
Pet more str0ngly felt in
Pgnsn-Jewiah Association.
Association, which prior to
awishment of Israel main-
a neutral stand on Zion-
reported by Rabbi Berg-
pow "pro-Zionist."
P' the anti-Zionists in Eng-
V Vvine to do," he said,
pientrate their energies on
PR the English-Jewish As-
F back to its pre-Israel
British King Chooses
Jewish Lord Of Appeal
LONDON (JTAl Apnomt
ment of the Rt. Hon. Sir Eel
Leonard Cohen, Lord Justice of
OrTna'v" ^ f **F* '"
th rctng! US approvcd here by
Justice Cohen succeeds Lord
j7rdhVvh w?8 named Lord
High Chancellor in the Churchill
Government. As a Lord of Z
peal ,n Ordinary. Justice CoSi
Lords 88at "' HoU8e Of
i M K Lrd f, APpeal' who
s 62, is the son of the late Sir
Leonard Lionel Cohen. He was
called to the bar in 1913, and was
made a Kings Counsel in 192!)
He was named Lord Justice of
Appeal in 1946. and a Privy
Council or, after serving as a Jus-
DiviSOionh0 H'K" CU,t- Ch-'">-
Union President
Calls For Return
To Tradition
hi lranq.ue,t hcId in the Casa-
blanca Hotel last Monday even-
ing which concluded the 4th Bi-
ennial Convention of the South-
east Council, Union Of American
Hebrew Congregations and Fed-
eration of Temple Sisterhoods,
leaders of Reform Jewry heard
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. Union
president, urge a return to aban-
doned ritual.
Condemning the present sys-
tem under which Reform Jews op-
erate. Dr. Eisendrath said, "what
we have now is nothing even re-
motely resembling liberty. Rath-
er, it is unrestrained liscence."
To ignore religious discipline, he
continued, will cause the Reform
movement to degenerate into des-
tructive anarchy.
"Only those congregations that
will throb with their enthusiasms
can hope to cope with other ideol-
ogies which hold out some meas-
ure of hope and healing to restive
multitudes," he said.
Assistant to the president, Rab-
bi Jay Kaufman, augmented Dr
Eisendrath's remarks when he
pointed out that while purpose-
less ritual ought be rejected, Re-
form Jewry must not divest itself
completely of the spirit of Juda-
ism but must adopt minimum re-
quirements to insure the continu-
ation of Jewish tradition.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi of
Miami's Temple Israel, was host
to the Union's Convention. New-
ly elected president of the Union
is Meyer Kronenberg of Birming-
ham, Alabama.
.Jewist, flpg&JM?
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no. ftT^nuf^^Wi^iiSts,^ StiszT".by ,he Miami Beach ***
ln the background. On the extreme right is Dr S rS H .Commissi"- Reginald Deal, shown
member of Ihe Elks Lodge. The BcontaittJ>.Z*'t i *&hne'der- Scout Master for the Troop and
by distributing posters and makingoerson,, soliSions. "'" CU"ty C*Y ChS Drive
Miss Amierson
To Hire Cmmeert
Marian Anderson, celebrated
concert artist, will appear in Mi-
ami at the Dade County audi-
Tifereth Israel Opens
New Membership Drive
Opening of a Membership
Drive under the chairmanship of
Harry Rollnick was announced
Center spiritual leader, will fol-
low.
-.... ~* Hra l/ torium on January 25th, under Ilast Monday by the Tifereth Is-
the auspices of the Young Busi- i rael Northside Center.
ness Men's Club of Miami.
Outstanding among Miss An-
derson's honors is the citation re-
ceived from the Women's Divis-
ion of the Federation of Jewish
Charities which acclaimed her as
one of the five Key Women of
1946. Honors for command per-
An open meeting will be held
on November 26th, at which time
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
ual leader of Congregation Beth
Jacob, will speak on his recent
visit to Israel. Short talks by
George Weisbaum, president of
formances include two mvita- the Center, Mrs. Herbert Hochfel-
tions to the White House and one 'sen, president of the Sisterhood,
from England s King and Queen. and the Rev. George Goldberg
Der Yiddisher
Forum
OPENING OF THE SEASON
Saturday. Dec. 1, 8:30 p.m.
Conference Hall of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
SPEAKER: DR. A. MUKDONI
SUBJECT: "I. L. PERETZ"
North Shore B'nai B'rith
To Present Movie Star
A brunch and games party,
sponsored by the North Shore
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women,
will be held at the Bel Aire Ho-
tel on Wednesday, November
28th, 11 a.m.
A Mad Hat contest is planned.
Paul Bruun will be the commen-
tator. Along with Bruun, Mrs.
Bruun -and other notable guests
will act as judges. A movie star
is also scheduled to appear as
surprise guest. Chairman of the
affair is Mrs. Sidney White.
GOOD
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Eleven Jews Elected To
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JOHANNESBERG (W N S)
The extent of Jewish participa-
tion in the civic and political af-
fairs was reflected in the recent
municipal election when eleven
Jews were elected to the City
Council, whose total membership
is forty-two. One of the success-
ful candidates, Hymie Miller, was
named Mayor.
It must begin with you voters when you select the city
commission. We should have commissioners who insist
upon unity and dignity in our commission meetings. You
can help restore these qualities to our city government
BY ELECTING
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A sweeping master plan for developing the municipality
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Chelsie J. Senerchia's platform.
But the first order of business he advocates for the new
commission is the selection of the best qualified city
manager available and then permitting him to administer
the city's departments, as prescribed by the charter, with-
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if
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November 27th.
Let's Keep the
Top Man
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ELECT
The MAN with a PLAN !
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*Jelsiif*)ri FRIDAY, NOVEMBm
i:
Harold Tu.k. gereral chairman of th Hillel House capital
unds u.ive cccepts pledges made by officials of local lodges who
.mended a recent Camoaign Breakfast at the Miarr.i'n Restaur-
ant. Shown launching the first event to raise S150.000 an. left
.o right. Turk. Mr. Ben Goldin. treasurer: Mrs. Ida Kauffman;
Walter C. Kovrer. president of Hillel Advisory Council- Al Pallot.
president. Stale Council of B'nai B'rith; Milton Freedrran. director
jf the Youth Council: and Sidney Aronovitx. co-chairman of the
men's division.
Hadassah Groups To
Give Blood For Forces
Give Thanks Bv Givi: g Blood
v ill be their slogan when Ha I IS-
kh groups respond tj a plea
: > the Armed Services to supply
I lood for fighting troops.
The blood program is under
t ie sponsorship of the Dade
County Medical Association, the
Dade County Blood Bank and
t ie American Red Cross.
Hadassah is holding its Blood
', tbilization Day on Thursday.
.ven bei 29th. ..: Temple Bi "
>1( m. from 9 a m t > 6:30 p.m.
f lad Hatter's Judges
irl prit-
foi thi inusual, the
tnniest and I n t beautiful
it at the Beth David Sister-
i M i I H itters Brunch
ilony Restaura t, December
i ah. 11 30 .i m are Rabbi Max
ir i. Hai i > C, a I in, Sidney
sen, Phil Abra.T.s and Birnurd
.sterling.
Move To Ban Films On
Nazi General Rommel
NEW YORK CITY (AJPi A
concerted move to ban the show-
ing in Germany of The Desert
Fox, grew 1-. scope this week as
four major national Jewish or-
ganizations, entrenched by a'
State Department statement ex-
pressing hope that the film "will
not be circulated" ir. the Reich.1
blasted the film industry's ex-
cursion irto history as "an af-
front to the memory of the brave
soldiers of oil the Allied nations."
Joining in the condemnation of
Geni ral Rommel picture
which portrays the Nazi favor-
ably were the Jewish War Veter-
ans. American Jewish Congress.
Jewish Labor Committee and the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
.;. gati 'iis. Two national Jewish
tips refraintd from joining in
the public protest ihey were
tl e American Jewish Committee
and the Anti-Defamation League
of B'r.ai B'rith.
Mush- Programs
To lit* laformal
C mtinuing its emphasis on
musl pi the Mi
Beach Bra-ch ol thi Greater Mi-
ami Jew nter-
has chai
in an effort to
of infoi n ality.
Utili
sources, the 1

.; p] M me;
a -
op< listeni lay-i
i livi talent pup-
I sh '.- ith gned bj
i j an I h Harry
Moonev, will I e the medium by
public v. ill be i ntei -
I lined and als i asked to part
A mem ei of the Miami Beach
Brani h Boar 1 of Directors. Moon-
ey's musical library contains well
known symphonic works, and
performances of vocalists and in-
stru.i entalists. Included are fifty
collector's items and rare operat-
ic recordings which date back to
1903
Einstein Purchases Bond gg^Prime m** ^ i
PRINCETON (JTA,-Prof. AI- gg KaptnfeJSi
Einstein last week added a ognition of t> fS^^T
,phy to his collection of tlcian.a ^ "ia>
. ar. illuminated scroll State : : ')
igned by President Chaim Weiz- country.
HVtli Mioloin PTA
Hear* llr. Long
Dr. L. Craig Long, director of
the Child Guidance Clinic of the
Board of Public Instruction, and
his associate. Aithur H. Dohls-
trom. will discuss The Mental Hy-
giene Aspects Of Religious Edu-
cation on Monday. November
26th. 8 p.m., at the open meeting
of the Temple Beth Sholom PTA,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Louis Ross. PTA President.
Prior to the discussion, parents
will have an opportunity to meet
the teachers of their children in
the classrooms of the School. Mor-
ris H. Strassberg. educational di-
rector, said.
2197 N. W. 7th AVE.
BRING US ANY
NEWSPAPER ADVER
T1SEMENT ON FISH-
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WM. W.
"BILL"
CHARLES
Thanks His Many Friends
for Their Support
and Respectfully Requests
That You
PULL LEVER 1A
on
Tuesday, November 27th
For Continued Good Government
Children's Home Group
Hears Patient's Voice
On Tuesday. November 27th,
12:30 p.m.. the Greater Miami
Chapter of the National Home
for Jewish. Children. Denver, will
hold its eleventh anr.ual Mem-
bership Tea. at the Sorrento
Hotel.
One of the highlights of the
afternoon will be a voice record-
ing entitled What The Home
Means I"o Me. by a local sixteen
year old girl who has been re-
Mdir.g at tr.e National Home for
the past year and a hall.
Mrs. Freda Suberman is chair-
man of the affair.
Gables Sisterhood
Celebrates Birthday
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood will celebrate its
thud birthday with a party to be
held at the regular meeting on
Monday, November 2tith. 8:30
p.m.
Ra:.bi Leon Kronish of Beth
Sholom will be guest speaker.
T: e birthday program has been
ai ranged by membership chair-
man Mrs, Samuel Goodman, Con-
gratulatory messages will oe de-
i livered by Sisterhood President
Mrs Morn Horwitz ar.d Center
president Herman Pis!
Patrolman States Desire
To Run For Sheriff
A possible candi I iti : ir t.-.e
office of Dade County Sheriff is
Motonvcle I'.'trolman W. C.
Chalk.
Chalk announced his intentions
recently when he vn presented
with a pin for 15 years of city
service by City Manager A. D. F.
Bloodworth. The patrolman re-
sales at 1020 NW 39th Court. Mi-
ami. "I am willing to run." he
stated, "only if Miami citizens
will honestly support an impar-
tial, tearless man interested in
justice."
>.i Political Adv.)
Shochet on Premises
Tues.. Wed. & Thurs. 'til Noon
GUILFORD'S POULTRY CO.
101 N. W. 8th St., Miami
Phone 2-7808 8c 9-1939
We Will Appreciate
Your Patronage!
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have you. roof repair.a new; yew
will eave on a new roof later
"Satlefaelory Work fey
Experience* Men"
14 8> W. Etn* Avenue
Btect
JOHN
RED
J
LAKE
HE WILL DO IT N01
We. the undersigned voters of
Miami, appeal to you. in the name
of good, clean and honest govern-
ment, to vote for and elect JOHN
"RED" LAKE your next City Com
missioner.
PULL LEVER 4-A
i*
is I
ser
I. S. ShapoH
Marshall D. Simons
Harold Croner
Leo Goldman
Larry Garbet;
Saniord Kramer
Isadore Goldman
Hy Cohen
Walte. Steinieldl
Leo Landis
Manny Cohen
Harold P. Kravitz
Richard ]. Hays
Leo Goldman
William Cook
Dr. Benj. G. Oren
Amos Benjamin
Ralph Gitlin
Simeon D. Spear
Samuel Seitlin
Harry J. Cohen
Alan B. Kessler
Louis Glick
Jack Ku-schbaum
Mi. and Mrs.
Fred Harrison
Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Blackstcin
Murray Harrison
Martin Lemlich
Arnold Sperling
Clara Rosenfield
Harry Sherman
Dr. S. A. Gardner
Jerry Baker
Sam Azrikan
Max Corwin
Sam Bloom
Marvin Herman
Ralph Hess
Harry Hart
Milton Wasroan
Frederick R. R^a
Philip Medvin
Sam Ellins
Harvey Rendelnwn
Louis Adelman
Samuel Cohen
Dave Harris
Meyer and Ann G*
Alan Chaykin
Abraham K<>Pla
Emanuel C. Bark*
Hyman Weiner
Ralph Rosennew
Charles Rub*
Dr. George Grab*
Eddie Brannifl
Irving Goldstein
Lew Mercur
(Political Adv. raid for t>> frie
-.I-" i


bAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1951
illy wood Forum'
Hear Carlson
In Hoy Carlson, undercover
will open the 3rd Annual
and Entertainment Series
[,. Hollywood Jewish Com-
E" r, nt( i' on Sunday, De-
er 23rd, it was announced
Ks. Irving H. Zuckerman,
Inian. 1951 Forum Series,
p. :is foundei B.
Kgon will speak on Under-
\ ntures In Europe And
\ World.
fCarlson is the pen name of
Arthur Denmnian who
A: menii n family were
; of Turkish persecution
World War I. His latest
i iro To Damascus was
ilu-il last month.
+Jewist) Fkrir/rtr
\U\nrws
w
< .l.l-lI GOLDBERG
JR8 A bbol A en '-. Miami
minted ;iw:i> "ii November
ocul hosi I :I. He l.- BOr
;.. u Ife, I :: ><. by a son,
..ml by t li:.....laughters,
. 11 Dulkln, Mm Eleanore
,i Mrs I'.n .I Pollack. Serv-
ii the Beach Memor-
l, i,v',o Alton Road, Riibiii
official Interment
bunl Sinai Cemetery,
BBS JACl '!:.-
;.", s\v 24th Avenue, Miami,
\ mbei' 16th, in a local
He is aurvh .! b> Ins wife.
I'd in two ilaturhtei -. Bett)
tn I Hi mi.i in- m el i- sent lust
i [he I:. .ii l: M.-':: i rial i 'hap-
Alti.Ti Road, t I '.-trnii for
an SAM ACKER
I,. no\ Avenue, Miami
[ Novembe i7th, in a
He :- survived by a
I.1 i in i bi itner, Phll-
t e sent to Sew York
iml -.-in,nt by
rh Mi tnoi lal i 'nape I 50 Al-
id
o,.n.i^embtirship .CamPai9n- launched by Kneseth Israel C*.
VrVSiJS' for the next two months. Henry Mom"
S?rct frlal/.Tr.T.?d ,h,Sweek* Shw" ^ove .nroufnj, Wolf
Sirol rsealed rigMt) as an Honorary Life Member, is Meyer Yed-
lin. chairman of the drive. Standing are Saul Merinaoff vice
SSSfAt C*"*- Habbi AbthMmr,nM^asVse7
Beach Center Holds Consecration
Service For New Religion Students
Anrniinenninni ...... ...jn *j _.. _.
IIKN'RY OSIII >RXE
37 ChIIIi le, passed
I'-th, .ii a local
li. lenvi two brothel I, .1
r. i ..I...i in- Re-
I t.. S.in I':
ill bs the Miami
Announcement was made today
by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spir-
itual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, that the annual
Consecration Service in honor of
new students in the Religious
School will take place tomorrow
morning. Novemb. : 24th, in the
Main Synagogue.
The children, who will each
receive a Miniature Torah in cel-
ebration of the event, will be led
into the Synagogue bv Samuel
ilAlt* IDLER
: Ktii'lid \\:: ie, died on
Ben h hospital.
h band, II....... and a
mui Remains ei ienl to
- and tnterinent
Hi... ii Riverside.
and Barbara Lee Ginsburg, on be-
half of the Graduates.
The consecrants are:
Stuart Auerbach, I.....nard Mlchae.
Beraer, Elaine Beutel, Claudia Blalol-
enki. Klamlra lllaloleiiki. Kunalil
" Carson, Mania Cohen, Mar-
garet Ann Cohen, Victor Dave Com-
ras, Ronald Arthur Debllngrer, Richard
Kenneth Dessauer, Steven Roj Dwos-
kiii, stephan Jay Farber, Robert Mor-
ton F'elffer. Bruce Gordon Forrest,
Charles Edward Hans, Jack Habib,
Stanley Halpern, Charles Edward
Horner. Gary Kaplan, Michael Alan
Kaplan, Harriet Katz. Sharon h-in
FrieHbinri nroaiHent ,,7'h7,*"'r,'.*,'' Kl IK''r ''"'anl Robert Levy, Myron
rrieaiana, president of the Con- Ueberman. Phyllss Dee Mechiowits.
gregation. ar.d Ben Zion Gins- Danny Ivan Perlow, Beverly Ann Pey-
burg. chairman of the Religious !'"', N"'j- '''"! \,v> '"' ,"'" RgeheUe
<- ~ _. I., n.i, Kennj Rosen, David Rosen-
stein. Ronald .lay Rothsteln, Barry
Wolf Bchwartx, Lawrence Allen
Schwartz, Robert Schwartsman, Susan
iN* L. Ql ILDBERO
124?' Collins Avenue, passed
' X. .. t.t..-1 1 fth He Is aur-
1 hi; wife. Sara, and by a
. Ki lhr> n Remains were
New York city for services
prment by tit- Miami Beach
en William Tessler, Norman Tuck.
Phyllis Freda Waller, Daniel Morris
Zinamon and Dava s. Zlotshewer.
HARRY .1 LOUIS
Collins Avenue. .'-*- in a !:... !i hospital
Ived b) ii i s. wire, Katherlne,
N'-lii- ami Jessie.
' bj the Miami
I1.....- '! to New York CFty
- and interment.
[1:- ItOHE DORNF1ELD
" X1, 'Han \\ .,.. i|i,.,| n
She leaves her hus-
ui' I. a son. Lawrence, and
r- laula. A Is survtvlnff is a
n Remains were sent to
Miami Ben -h Rlver-
ncl ment.
I J LIPPMAN
I;;' Avenue, died
'th He i- survived by
Ntnuiel and Jerome, and
Sally, Irene and
L is were last Wednesday
| Rivers de, Rabbi
Burial was
II
ft.
School Board of Education.
Participating in the service will .
be Mrs. Theodore Hankoff. presi- ; ul^'^^rV^iiC^"^^
dent of the PTA. Stanley Howard '""k. Dennis Jay Sturm. Donald Suss-
Halpern. on behalf of the new m'nu5.l.,.en Ren>: Telfelbaum, Bteph-
students of the Religious Schools,
Itvmh Center To
Hare Radio Shtur
The Religious Schools of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
present a Thansgiving Day Pro-
gram over Radio Station WKAT
on Saturday evening, November
24th, at 6:45 p.m.
The program will include a dra-
matic presentation entitled Bib-
lical RootsA Prelude To Freed-
om, written by Sydney J. Green-
berg, educational director of the
Center. Participating will be the
Junior High School Chair under
the direction of Mr. Robert
Strassburg. music director.
"A GOOD NAME
la more to ba
treoaured than riches.*'
Provtr,
NF&
[Proirrbi
GORDON J
FUNERAL
f HOME -
SYMBOLIZES EVERY-
THING A GOOD NAME
IMPLIES
Meet
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YOUR
COMMISSIONER
NOV. 27th
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3 A
Adv.)
Listen to the
JEWISH VARIETY HOUR
WMBM 800 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 2 to 3
Wednesday & Friday from
1:30 to 2
WTTT 1490 on your Dial
Every Sunday from 10 to 11 A.M.
Jacob Schachter
Director
NORMAN R. LYONS
Newscaster sno Historical
Narrator
For 25 years the name
GORDON has been as-
sociated with service to
Greater Miami Jewish
causes
In your time of need let
us help you as we have
one for other gratefu'
families
******
GORDON
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Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436
F. J. AHERN
Funeral Director
PAGE 11 A
Brandeis Auxiliary
Has Annual Party
The Fourth Annual Member-
ship Party of the Louis D. Bran-
deis Auxiliary No. 199, Free Sons
of Israel, will be held tomorrow
evening. 8:30 p.m., at the YMHA
Auditorium. 1536 Bay Road.
Rabbi Morris Skop of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center will speak
on: "Famous Stories From The
Israel Zargwill Collection. Hal
Murray, of the daily Murrav-Go-
Round. will act as master of cer-
emonies for a talent show, judged
by "Doc" Benjamin. Sam Ben-
eckson. and Jean King.
President of the Auxiliary.
Mrs. Jack Levine. will welcome
the guests. Mrs. Leslie C. Rome
and Mrs. Bernice Brust are in
charge of arrangements.
"On the Trail"
ADLER'S H KOSHER
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LOCAL RAISED
FREE Delivery Ph. 2-2279
Under Rabbinical Supervision
We Sell Retail and Wholesale
to Hotels, Restaurants and
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leii^islUEIondiaun
Festival To Usher In Jewish Book
Month; Literary Lectures Scheduled
FLORIDA,
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1951
SEC. B
ich Auxiliary To
ish Home Hears
Iks On Humor
Miami Beach Women's
liary 1" the Jewish Home
he AS*' Month at K meeting on
ay. November 27th. 12:30
"at the Shelborne Hotel.
Louis Glasser. program
man. has arranged a sym-
iim on Jewish humor and
atuif which will present Rab-
rris A- Skop, spiritual lead-
If the Coral Gables Jewish
|er. in a review of Talmudic
Chassidic humor. Milton
nan will then discuss the
of Sholom Aleichem.
jlowing the observance, Mrs.
(Silverman, president of the
lliaiy. will lead a business
t luring which reports
[scheduled to be made by
Jonas, chairman of the
I unch and card party
fd for the Delano Hotel on
sday, November 29th. 11
and by Mrs. Irving Frankle,
rman of the summer book
feet. Mrs. A. A. Miller, chair-
of special lunds. will report
|t e Sydney Appel Medical
e Auxiliary's brunch and
es party, will employ pro-
5 of the affair for the Sophie
|rry Memorial Building, de-
ed to provide occupational
?apy for residents of the
if: lii Company
Campaign For
urtesy, Smites
an effort to extend courte-
I action toward permanent res-
ets and tourists, the Florida
ver & Light Company has or-
lized a Sunshine Service Team
|ch will distribute decals and
(let-sized cards that express
importance, of proper dis-
n.
ne decals, one-half by three
es, carry the slogan: Cour-
Wins Friends For Florida
You. The cards, on which
[printed the word Smile, will
as an effective reminder that
kilts pay dividends.
Southern Region
National Council
Picks President
Elected president of the South-
ern Interstate Region. National
Council of Jewish Women, is Mrs.
Nat. L. Williams.
The election took place at a
recently concluded eight states'
conference held in Little Rock,
Arkanasas, early this month. Mrs.
Grotto Has Quiz
Danep Frolic
The Miami Grotto in conjunc-
tion with Serbin's, Miami Manu-
facturers, held a Quiz Dance
Frolic and Fashion Review for
the benefit of cerbral palsy at
Dinner Key Auditorium last'Sat-
urday night.
Seventeen Miami teen-age high
school girls made their profes-
sional debut as models. Fashion
coordinator and commentator was
Jacqueline May. Heading the lo-
cal Miami Grotto were Mr. Irv
Eiseman, Monarch; Mr. Sig Isen-
be-rg. chairman of the dance; and
Frank Pangia, co-chairman.
Jewish Book Month will be
ushered into Greater Miami by
a Jewish Book Festival, to be
held at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, on Sunday evening. No-
vember 25th, 8:30 p.m.
The Festival will include a
symposium on Trends In Jewish
Literature and a choral concert
featuring 30 voices from the Ha-
dassah Chorus under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Irwin Weinstein.
Radio programs in English and
Yiddish are also planned for
broadcast.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Dr. Max A.
Lipkind, Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Duntov, Ehiel
Lesowoder, B. Morrison, Morris
Honigbaum and Louis Schwartz-
man. ;,.
The Festival is epW&Yed by
the Jewish Book Council of
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the \ Greater Miami with the cooper-
ation of the
Education.
Bureau of Jewish
raelite Center Has
fficer Election, Bazaar
ine Israelite Center will hold
ction of officers at an annual
^ting. to be held on Tuesday,
member 27th, at 8 p.m.
I Bazaar is also being spon-
Jted by the Dora Stein Sister-
kid of the Center. It will be
lid Saturday night and all day
u iy, December 8th and 9th.
FREE TO OUR READERS!
24-Year Hebrew-English
Calendar! Yahrzeit
Dates At A Glance, 1928
To 1952. All Jewish
Holidays to 1964.
Mrs. Nat Williams
Williams served previously as
Junior Council president and held
numerous important posts with
the Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, cul-
minating with her leadership of
the group as president through a
three-year term.
Until her election this month,
Mrs. Williams also served as first
vice-president of the Region. She
was appointed to the National
Committee on Section-Service by
Mrs. Irving M. Engel, national
president.
The eight states represented at
the conference were Alabama,
Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Ken-
tucky, Louisiana, South Carolina
and Tennessee.
Beach Center Men To
Extend Lecture Series
President of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center Men's Club Julius
J. Perlinutter has announced that
an opening meeting for the regu-
lar membership will be held on
Wednesday evening. November
28th.
The opening meeting for of-
ficers and board of directors was
held last Tuesday afternoon at
the Shelborne.
The Club's major aim. Perl-
mutter said, will be to extend its
lecture and forum series. Last
year, Sumner Welles, David Lil-
lienthal, William Shirer and
Maurice Samuel appeared under
the Men's sponsorship.
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
discuss the trends in Hebrew lit-
erature. English literature of
Jewish content will be analyzed
by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot of
Temple Israel. Dr. Alexander
Mukdoni is scheduled to view
trends in Yiddish literature. Dr.
David Andron, community leader
in education, will be master of
ceremonies.
In conjunction with Jewish
Book Month, a book exhibit is
scheduled for the Bayfront Public
Library beginning on November
26th. The exhioit will be moved
to the Miami Beach Public Li-
brary, beginning December 3rd.
Hvarh Athlotvs
Hare Moat 1 hi tin a
Six members of the South
Beach Athletic and Social Club .
were feted recently on the boat ; She visited Israel on a Hadassah
of Morris Fenster, 670 South I fellowship in
Miami Hadassah To
Fete Mrs. Tourover
The combined boards of the 11
groups of Hadassah in the local
area will honor Mis. Raphael
Tourover, Washington represen-
tative of Hadassah and member
of its national board, at a brunch
to be held today, 10:30 a.m., a:
the Sans Souci Hotel.
Mrs. Tourover arrived in Mi-
ami from Daytor.a Beach where
she was national advisor to the
recent Florida Regional Confer-
ence. An attorney by profession
and former national vice presi-
dent of Hadassah, she is also
active in the National Conference
o: Christians and Jews, League
of Women Voters, and National
Civil Liberties Clearing House.
Senesch Hadassah
The Hanna Senesch Group of
Hadassah will hold an Oneg
Shabbat on Saturday, Decem-
ber 1st, 1:30 p.m., at the Atlantis
Hotel to honor new and paid up
members.
^?v
*ei
c/totce
350 Lincoln Road
Suite 302 Phone 5-5419
Entrance on Washington Are.
OCULIST'S
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED
LENSES AND FRAMES
DUPLICATED
LARGE SELECTION IN
LATEST STYLES
Beach Center Sisters
Fete Life Members
Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, chairman
of the Life Membership Commit-
tee of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Sisterhood, was hostess
at a Luncheon held in her home
last week honoring new Life
Members.
Introduced as new Life Mem-
bers were the Mesdames Jack
Ablin, William H. Bernstein,
Morris Goodman, Joseph Cohen,
Harry Hand, Joseph Cherner,
Harry Cohen and Charles Rosen-
garten.
The sponsors included the Mes-
dames Irving Lehrman, Samuel
Ginsberg. George Goldberg, Jos-
eph Lipton, Samuel Friedland,
Nat H. Hankoff, Bernard Stem,
Ira C. Walsey and Harry Rogers.
The group's Luncheon is plann-
ned for Thursday, December 13th.
Shore Drive, Normandy Isle. Bur-
ton B. Loebl, Miami Beach at-
torney, and Sidney Neross, the
Club's social director, led the
outing.
Among other events planned by
the group is the attendance of 15
children at the Beach Auditor-
ium's next boxing show. The
section of seats was donated by
Chris Dundee, promoter.
1950.
Mrs. Tourover has been ad-
dressing Hadassah groups in
Tampa. Hollywood and Palm
Beach, during the week.
Sholem Lodge Meets
A special meeting of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, will be held
today, 12 noon, at the Seven Seas
Restaurant.
The purpose of the meeting will
be to vote on an amendment to
readjust member dues.
Jewish Home For Aged
Day Capped By Party
A series of card parties under
the auspices of Jewish Home For
The Aged Day is being given by
members of the Miami Ladies
Auxiliary to the Home.
On Sunday evening, November
25th, a games party will be held
in the Dora August Memorial
Hall, 500 SW 17th Avenue, at 8
p.m. The Mesdames Sidney H-
Palmer, Jacob H. Katz, Joel Zalis
and David Singer, are scheduled
to be hostesses for the affair.
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" knlstHcrMtor
Ftaglor-Gra nada
Slictlnl<>s Affairs
A varied program of activities
at the Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center. 50 \\V 51st
Place. Miami, will be launched
by ,. third annual Thanksgiving
Danee to be held tomorrow ev-
ening. 8:30 p.m. Leon Farmer
and his orchestra will provide
the music for the affair.
A desert luncheon is scheduled
by the Center's Women's Group
for Tuesday. November 27th. at
1 p.m. Second in a series of
lUncheons, all proceeds will go
toward completion of the Flag-
ler-Gianada building. Mrs. Jack
Cohen is scheduled as hostess.
The first in a series of forums. ,
sponsored by the Adult Activ-
ities Committee, will be held on
Wednesday evening. November
28th. at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Granville
C. Fisher, chairman of the De-
partment of Psychologv at the
University of Miami, wiil address
Rabbinical Groups Continue To Oppose
Union Of Congregations As Spokesman
NEW YORK (JTA> Opposition to the suggestion by Prof.
Robert Maclver that the Urion of American Hebrew Congregations
be regarded as the sponsor and general director of progams con-
cerning interfaith activities in the field of combatting anti-Jewish
prejudice, was expressed in statements issued here last week con-
tained by Conservative and Orthodox Rabbinical groups. Prof.
Maclver's suggestion was in his i
report evaluating the work of ggue Council of America." the
Jewish groups engaged in com-' statement said.
atting anti-Semitism in the The Rabbinical Assembly of
iiL'"^ States. America, which represents the
The United Synagogue of Conservative Rabbinate, made
America declared its "absolute public a statement declaring that
and complete disapproval"' of the it considered "clearlv valid" the
suggestion. It said it entertained contention of the Maclver Report
some doubt' regarding the ad- ] that inter-religious work should
usability of the main thesis of'be carried on bv religious bodies,
the Mavlver Report, namely that not bv secular agencies. "How-
various aspects of. community < ever." the statement added, 'wo
relations be framed out' as a submit that the problem cannot
special rn of specific ores- be solved bv entrusting inter-
ently existing organizations." faith activity to onlv one segment
"The United Synagogue of i of the Jewish religious commun-
Arr.ertca is. however, of the opin- ity which cannot represent the
the mam proposals total religious community in
i a resolution which was passed
by the executive committee of
! the Rabbinical Council, a state-
ment declared: "The Synagogue
Council of America which repre-
I sents all sections of the Ameri-
I can Jewish religious body is best
suited to present Jewish life and
'practices to the non -Jewish
world."
The report, which has precipi-
tated such a wide divergence of
opinion regarding minority
groups, their relative degrees of
integration into American society
and their spokesmen, briefly con-
cerns itself with the following
points:
1. A recommendation that the
National Community Relations
fMDAY. MOvrup,,,
Advisory Council set uD
mg committee for 0VPr3uU"i'
and a cnn!i. 0Verallstr.. '
That the 'act-flnd i
conducted bv
partments
American Jewish n bv H.
the oppo^UoT eCeih"iU* 5
favor of a s.ngle Vs p'^
finding. This r;S<
implies wasteful ri, ,menda!i(s
the present .'lddu*^*
*?$&*
within theNCRACmatre^
eventually a unified^'0*41
agency. "" '""ttiona,
4. Recommendations n ,
nancing which would V" &
trol in the^andsoj: NrPfe *
the group on The Marks Of A '" T!le Maclver Report axe to be American Jewry.
Mature Person And A Mature
I j
The Center's third annual rum-
t! ;*.< sale has been announced
by Mrs. Sidney Stiller, chairman,
for December 7th and 8th Clean
articles of clothing will be ac-
Ited at the building from N -
vember 25th through D.
6th.
implemented and interfaith re- i
lations are to be assigned to re- I
ligious bodies, then an incontr>-
vertiblv logical and cogent case
can be made out in behalf of as-
signing this area to the Svna- '
Beach B'nai B'rith
The Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai
will hold its regular week-
'uncheon meeting m xi Thurs-
Farband Ben Gurion
TV. Farband Ben Gunon
Branch of Miami will hold its asTheVoie'agencv foV'the'dirort-
v.\T-!.\"L^:^Sudnoeilau ev.tni5*!115* of a" .interfaith activities.
Orthodox group
The Rabbinical Council of
America, which comprises about
450 American-trained Orthodox
rabbis, called upon the evaluat-
ing committee of the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council to give particular atten-
tion to that part of the Maclver
report which recommends the
designation of a religious body
the
November 28th. 8 p.m., at the I However.
cation Beth El | took issue with the Maclver re'-
Di M. Glide is scheduled to' port which designated a single
N-^ev^5:Snum;,hA:r
_____will be B. Morrison, interfaith '
:.
N rial H I
i- the custodian of
activities Quoting from
Thw Daddies Club of the Miami Beach Hebrew Acarf.
recently organised, elected these members to its new boat
governors: Nathan Benenfeld. Dr Irwin Makovsky. IrWna V,^
pres.dent Rev. Jacob Kat. and Hy Koch. Standing w S
mUanmTK; r2*S2 ^'dl^ J' W' Inb" Harry H Tfi
EC: 7 Daddies aims are to develop a larger library and aS
aboratory for the Hebrew Academy. Their maetingwa^ffi
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a
Between You andMe"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
City to the executives decisions short of war ... 6. The United
. However, there will be no [States is the only nation that can
walk out on the part of the Anti- \&*% a effective defense a-
r\f....,- t ., gainst Soviet imperialism i.
Defamation Leaeuo or any other ^ Soviet system cannot last; jf
group that may be dissatis.ied | its expansion can be halted at
igion Development*: The
taeli embassy in Washington is
Ireadv engaged in consultations
'carding the filing of a formal
nnlication with the US Govern-
nint for a new grant-in-aid .
ncidentally, it can be stated on
tiahest authority that during the
igotiations with the US for the
65 000.000 grant-m-aid just voted
v Congress, no proposals were
,.,-, that Israel restrict its im-
. ,,tion Israel's Ambassa-
K],,'f Abba Eban has submitted full
rroposals for implementing the
c-ant-in-aid and he confidently
Expects agreement in principle
Although the foreign aid bill
under which Israel is to get about
$65,000,000 had been passed in
both Houses of Congress, specific
allocations have not yet been
jnade This means that it is
pot exactly certain as yet how
jiiucli Israel will get and how
|00n However, the appoint-
ment by President Truman of a
to-ordinator of economic and
technical aid in the Near East
indicates that the United States
intends to extend substantial aid
to Israel not only this year, but
also in the future Important
Officials in Washington were tak-
en by surprise when Truman an-
nounced in Key West the ap-
pointment of Edwin A. Locke,
Jr. a vice-president of Chase
National Bank as co-ordinator
. The fact that the President,
and not the State Department,
announced the appointment and
e fact that Truman gave
the cn-ordinator the personal
official Bank of the Israel bond
drive in the United States .
Jewish Affairs: Tr-.e rate of the
basic recommendations of the
Maclver Report on the organiza-
tions engaged in combatting anti-
Semitism will be decided this
weekend (Nov. 24-25) in Atlantic
City at the three-day parley of
the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council The
NCRAC is the co-ordinating body
of all Jewish groups fighting big-
otry in this country and is also
the organization which sponsored
the Maclver study ... It can be
predicted in advance that the
majority of the delegates at the
Atlantic City meeting will en-
dorse the major decisions adopt-
ed by the NCRAC executive
which favor gradually implemen-
tation of the Maclver recommen-
dations One of these decis-
ions accepts Maclver's principle
of division of labor between the
groups engaged in fighting anti-
Semitism Another decision
which is even more important
introduces the principle of a ma-
jority vote at the NCRAC, which
means that all groups affiliated
with that body will henceforth
have to abide by decisions adopt-
ed by a majority of the NCRAC
. The only field in which each
of the groups will have a free
hands to act is in issuing public
statements With regard to
co-ordination of finances for the
groups engaged in combatting
prejudice, the NCRAC executive
will also bring to the Atlantic
City parley a decision which runs
with these decisions .
American trends: With Israel
now on the verge of becoming a
partner in the Anglo-American
defense front against Commun-
ist expansion, it is of particular
interest to read "Master Plan
USA" by John Fischer, just pub-
lished ... It is a book on Ameri-
can foreign policy and the men
who make it And it is no ex-
aggeration to say that it is per-
haps the most interesting book
among those written on this sub-
ject recently ... In evaluating
the Middle East alliance, the
author points to the "smoldering
antagonism" between Israel and
the Arab countries as one of the
complications However, he
declares that our American policy
makers feel reasonably confident
that they will succeed in their
Middle East defense plans .
The author feels that the follow-
ing facts dominate the present
American foreign policy ... 1.
The men who run the Soviet Un-
ion are determined to bring the
whole world under their dictator-
ship ... 2. No "peace settlement"
can be negotiated with the pres-
ent rulers of the Kremlin ... 3.
Stalin & Company dont want to
start a full-scale war ... 4. Never-
theless, the Russians believe that
war is inevitable, and expect us
to attack them ... 5. The im-
mediate aim of the Kremlin is
to strengthen its own position and
to weaken us by every means
about the present line, the entire
structure of Stalinism will col-
lapse, in time, of its own accord
and without a war The
author claims America's present
course is based on these main
assumptions The book also
has a very interesting chapter
Dov Women To
Hear Rabbi Skop
Dov Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
will hold its third annual Mem-
bership Tea on Wednesday, No-
vember 28th, 1 p.m., at the Beth
El Center.
Rabbi Morris Skop will be
guest speaker. President Rose
Pertes will then give a detailed
report on the recent Mizrachi
convention.
describing how America's foreign I in Washington Is responsible for
policy is being shaped and who decisions on foreign policy .
Tijnk of Ambassador is indicative | in ,he direction of gradual imple-
Locke's mission Incidentally,
1 i Chase National Bank is the
mentation of the Maclver recom-
mendations There will, of
course, be opposition in Atlantic
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of vague promises. "I will not
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Beach Jaycees
Play Host To
Underprivileged
t.Pe#YUthMActivitie8 Commit-
tees of the Miami Beach Junior
tnamber of Commerce were rec-
ent hosts to 60 underprivileged
sm deptndent children of the
t-hildrens' Service Bureau in Mi-
ami, at Ringlinj; Brothers, Bar-
num and Bailey Circus. Ten of
the sixty children were from
JVtgro parentage.
In addition, the Jaycess hosted
Jive children from St. Joseph's
Catholic Villa in Miami. This
Junction was only one of many
sponsored by the Jaycees Youth
Activities Committee in keeping
with their established policy of
providing wholesome entertain-
ment, relaxation and recreation
or all the children of Dade
County, regardless of their race, i
creed or color.
Bitter. Tarpley Represent
University At Convention
Yivo To Present
Weekly Lectures
The Yivo Committee of Greater
Miami, local branch of the Yid-
dish Scientific Institute of New
Yoik, has organized a weekly
forum for the winter season.
The purpose of the Committee
will be to establish a center
where discussions on literature
and current events may be active-
ly participated in. Prominent
speakers, local and national, are
scheduled for guest appearances,
Morris Honigbaum, treasurer of
the Miami Yivo; announced.
Meetings will be held in the
Conference Room of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Sat-
urday, December 1st, 8:30 p.m.,
Dr. A. Mukdoni will open the
forum with a lecture on I. L.
Peretz.
Obituaries
mks. JENNIE convi.V
17, of nu Mih sue.-!. Miami Beach,
cli-d laal November 7lh, In a Iteach
hospital. She it* survived by a fluugh-
itr. .Mrs. David Leveneoa .if Miami,
and by three suns, all <>f Beaton. Ke
mains were sent by the Miami llefieh
Kiw -iil- to Itoston for hvia ln-s .mil
nit' ment.
JACOB BOOtTL
57, of 6M1 Trouvllle Esplanade. Nor-
mandy Isles, passed awav last Novem-
ber Sth. A World War'l veteran, he
Is survived by a cousin, Mrs. Pauline
Jacobs. He was Interred In the Vet-
erans Plot, American Ix'glon, Miami
City Cemetery. Arrangements wire
by the Miami Heaoh Riverside.
DAVID SKI.IKIV
78. of 1343 Meridian Avenue. Miami
Bench, died last November 9th In a
Heai'h hospital. He Is survived by his
wife, Valeska, by two daughters and
one ion in Russia, and by two netces
and three nephews. Rabbi Irving
I.ehrnian officiated at services h. Id
In the Miami Iteach Riverside Chanel
on .November 11th. liuiial was In the
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
WOl.F POSS
75, of 821 0 tan Drive, Miami Death,
was laat November 13th. He
is survived by his wife. Yetta, by four
sons ami three alatera. Remains were
sent to Chicago tor services him! inter-
ment by ahe Miami Reach Riverside.
SAMUEL ROTIISTR1N
S7, of i.-.jj. s\V Seventh Htreet. died
last Thursday at h's home. Ha. Is sur-
vivnl by his wife. Dora, by three sons.
Harry. Abraham and Jacob, all of
Miami, by one brother and a sister.
Remains were sent by Cordon's Fun-
eral Home to NVw york City for serv-
icev ;. nil 'ntcment.
Attending the annual conven-
aon of the National Association
of Schools of Music will be Dean
-ohn Bitter and Joseph Tarplev
*erretary of the University of
Miami School of Music.
The convention is slated for
Cincinnati, Ohio. November 23rd
-4t.i and 25th. Dean Bittler and
Secretary Tarpley will represent
the University School of Music
yhich has been a member of
T^ASM since 1939. NASM is the
national accrediting agencv :,-
schools of music, departments ,,;
music and conservatories.
Miamian Appointed
To Mizrachi Board
McCarty Adds Name
To Governor's Slate
Supporters of Dan McCarty
ave announced his candidaev
-or the oifice of Governor u*f
Florida.
In a recent statement, McCarty
I that he has been "shock,
the disclosures of graft and
< er influence m high pub-
office. Those who want to
see him beaten, he declared, have I
? "'"'fV.nderstanding as to win ,,
J stand.
'It's Koing to be a light of the
people against power politics",
ne added. "I am in the people's '
corner, and I am ready lor the
opening bell."
McCarty is a native of Fort '
-'e.rKC,,,and is a I934 Kraduate!
01 the University of Florida. He
was elected to the Legislature *
^''"'iig St. Lucie County in
17, 1939, and 1941. and was
tlected Speaker of the House in
the 1941 session. In 1948, he was
: unner-up in the campaign for
governor.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, of 1854
SW 23rd Terrace, was elected to
the National Board, Mizrachi
; Women's Organization, at the
126th Annual Convention held in
Atlantic City, last November 11th
through 14th.
Mrs. Joshua L. Lewis, of
Brooklyn. New York, was unani-
i mously elected national presi-
| dent. After hearing reports of a
! six-women commission which
j visited Israel last summer, and
! from well-known authorities on
the new state, more than 1.000
delegates from every section of
the United States voted a budget
of $1,310,000 for social services,
education, child-restoration and
Youth Aliyah work of Mizrachi
I Women during the next 12
' months.
DAVID m. SOLVER
S. of 160 South Shore Drive, iiassed
away laat November Mth. A S|.....lah-
Amerlcan War veteran, he la survived
by his wife, Stella, by a son. Allan,
and by a daughter. Mrs. Kannie Fis-
cher Remains were sent bv the Mi
ami Reach Riverside to Hamilton.
Ohio, fur services arid Interment.
MRS. LENA ROSEXBLOOM
'.. of 1**11 Pennaylvanla Avenue, died
laat November ih. in a Reach hos-
pital. She is survived bv her hus-
i. n.i. Alexander, by daughter, Rose.
one brother and three listen. Serv-
ices were held In the Miami Beach
Riverside Chapel laal Kovember nth,
Rabin Joseph B. Rackovsky officiat-
ing-. Interment was in the Mount
Sinai Cemetery.
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-Jen 1st fhridkir
\
Uscayne Track
iets Mutuel High
I The Biscayne dog track in Mi-
Lj set a new record for high
Ltusl Play when it opened rec-
ntlv with $241,479 going through
he mutuels, the greatest amount
the track's 26-year existence.
Greyhounds that competed at
I scayne last year are back again
leaded by such notables as Rye !
eed, Twilight Squaw, Wire to
/ire, Suitable, Sincere, South-
ed Mountain Time and Prime
actor. To Prime Factor, a Keith
Dillon Kennel entry, went the
ionor of winning the first big
feature of the season, the 26th
unning of the Biscayne Inaug-
opening night.
Twilight Squaw, one of last
Reason's speediest female racers,
nsde a valiant attempt to hold
lead she took right at the
ttart. but the Factor closed with
big rush in the stretch to get
lip. Suitable finished third. Last
ftason's champ, Rye Seed, win-
taer ot both the All Florida Cham-
pionship and Biscayne Derby,
failed to show her old-time form
tnd finished last.
A compilation of last year's
-lutui 1 handle and attendance
lor all Florida dog tracks showed
|hat Biscayne finished second in
oth departments.
PAGE 5 B
Opera Guild
Lists Two
[Performances
cheduled for performance by
e Opera Guild of Greater Mi-
..... in January 12th and 14th,
|i- Mass* net's Manon, Arturo Di-
F:lippi. director and general man-
has announced.
A Saturday evening perform-
Ence will be held in the Dade
bounty Auditorium, while the
Monday evening performance is
be presented in the Miami
3cach Auditorium. Such stars of
ipera as Ferruccio Tagliavini,
Patrice Munsel, Pia Tassinari,
Martial Singher, Ann Bollenger
;.nd Join Brownlee will appear
|n Manon and in the February
3rd and 25th performances of
Strauss' Fledermaus, also sched-
Jjied for single productions in
[Miami and Miami Beach.
Scenery for the two operas
hill cost upwards of $8,000, Di-
|F:hppi said.
[Architect Moves Office
M. Tony Sherman has moved
Ihis office for the practice of ar-
chitecture to new and larger
Iquarters at 625 NE 78th Street,
Miami.
[Odham Announced
In Governors' Race
Formal announcement by J.
Brailey Odham of Sanford, that
pe will be a candidate for gov-
ernor in the 1952 primaries on the
platform "to throw commercial-
ized gambling racketeers out of
our state and local governments",
was recently made by his sup-
| porters.
A concrete program of research
wd promotion for Florida farms,
industries, businesses and ports
* the Platform the businessman-
candidate discussed several
^it-ks ago before groups in Or-
ando, Kissimmee and Haines
City.
The 32 year old candidate be-
pn public school in Miami and
ter intended public schools in
sanford and Seminole. He is a
fraduate of the Louisiana Col-
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Joint Thanksgiving
Service Held At
North Shore Center
Jews of Greater Miami joined
in a United Thanksgiving Serv-
ice yesterday at the North Shore
Center.
The service, sponsored by the
Rabbinical Association of Great-
er Miami, was conducted by all
member Rabbis.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president
of the Rabbinical Association de-
livered the invocation. Rabbi
Mayer Abiamowitz of the North
Shore Jewish Center then wel-
comed the Congregation. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, of the West Mi-
ami Jewish Center delivered the
Thanksgiving message. Also par-
ticipating in the joint Thanksgiv-
ing service were Rabbi Simon
April, of the Miami Hebrew-
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Irving Lchrman. of the Miami
Eouc." Jewish Center. Rabbi Mos-
- Mescheloff. of the Beth Jacob
.' imi-t pat ion. Rabbi Max D 8 -
piro of the Beth David Congre-
gation, and R.ibbi Morris Skop,
; the Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter.
*-JelstfhrkHari
World Revipett Hade Available
A new winter recipe booklet of
unusual cooking formulae was re-
leased today for public distribu-
tion.
The booklet of global recipes,
one of a series published quarter-
ly by the home economics de-
partment of I. Rokeach & Sons,
makers of Kosher foods, lists
more than 30 exotic recipes.
Many of the recipes in the 12-
I page booklet originate from mem-
bers of the United Nations. Per-
, sonnel of the world peace organ-
i ization visited the Rokeach test
' kitchens in New York City to of-
i fer their culinary contributions
to the cook booklet. A variety of
Old World dishes are also includ-
I ed among the recipes.
ISRAEL "STAFF OF LIFE"
Sireilzer To I'lou
.41 Piano Hv vital
A piano recital by William
S veitzer, member of the piano
faculty of the University of Mi-
i School of Music, is scheduled
8:30 p.m.. in the Beaumont
Memorial lecture hall. Mondav.
N vember 26th.
Sweitzer'g recital will feature
Sonata in E-Flat major, opus
31 A. by Beethovtr. a descriptive
in three movements en-
titled Farewell, Absence and Ri-
turn, and a modern sonata by
'ff. composed in 1917, at
age of 2ti y<.
A graduati of the American
C na -. at > I Musit h Chi-
Sweit B dor of
legree froi th< University
and has done advanced
at the Northwestern Uni-
S : Music in Evan-
si n, [Uin ils. He is a pupil of
I ".Veils. Kurt Wanick and
; Baw r. He a also argan-
..rector of the
Congregational Church.
Horowitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Isaac
Horowitz, formerly of 1210 Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday, November 25th, at
10:30 a.m., in Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Abraham M. Cassel
will officiate. Mr. Horowitz is
survived by 5 daughters. Mrs.
Theodore Magaril, Mrs. Dorothy
Goldstein, Mrs. Betty Goldman,
Mrs. Lee Pependorf and Mrs.
Ada Marcus. He also leaves 2
brothers, 2 sisters and 9 grand-
children. Arrangements are in
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rel-
atives are asked to be present.
The 52-year-old For.
ncher. bn.in,_____* 1 ?:tM
>ne
->|
candi~
-..= ut-j ear-old For.
rancher, businessman an, -
Supreme Cnnr. ;..." and lord
ISRAEL RECIPE for bagels
exotic Kosher foods to be found
Copies may be obtained free by
Box 73. N.Y.C. 17.
and bread sticks is one of many
in a tow winter recipe booklet.
writing to I. Rokeach Sc Sons.
o. "^ """'nessman anJ'
Supreme Cour, justice 2, *
ams. in announcing ha I'M
for governor last week ^
"flagrant disregard ft M'd *
and reckless waste"H
funds", had movtehim .N
the governorship. to *
The candidate is a .
Walton County and ^
of the University SfFto,^
School. In 1938;hew!"^
ed circuit judge of ,Jp?B
Judicial District. Adam>'
named to the Suoreme r n
1940. and served asThi ??'
of the cour, ,nl949-StJu*
I old vii lav 11 lib
Fetes Founding
The Gulden Age Fritndship
Club of the Greati r Miami Jew-
ish Community Center. Miami
Branch, will celebrate the fourth
annivi : its founding with
a gala ball to ce held Saturday
evening. November 24th. 8 p.m..
II 450 SW 16th Avenue.
Music, entertainment, refresh-
ments and dancing will be the
features of the program
Eli Harnhard. 83
IHvs On llviuh
Outstanding Talmudic scholar
Eli Barnhard. 3120 Ocean Drive,
Mian.: Beach, died here last
Thursday. He was 83.
Mr. Barnhard was born in
Kopel Russia, and was educated
at Mirrer Yeshiva. He came to
Miami Beach 10 years ago from
New York City. He was a senior
trustei : Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, a member of the board
of directors and of the Beth Jacob
Vaad Hakashruth, as well as
j chairman of the board of educa-
] tion.
Mr. Barnhard is survived by
his wife. Chasha. by three sons,
including Harry, of Miami Beach,
and three daughters, among
, them. Mrs. Z. I. Sabshin. also of
; Miami Beach. He also leaves two
I grandsons.
Services were held last Thurs-
|dav afternoon at the Beach Me-
morial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiat-
ed assisted by Cantor Berele Kel-
Sinai Cemeterv.
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)AY, NOVEMBER 23. 1951
frtiistein Warns
failure To
\evk \tiziism
LOUIS (JTA) Jacob
ustein. president of the Amer-
jewish Committee, warned
last week that America's
jre to combat the 'Te-emer-
["( of Nazism as a political
le" in Germany and other
fopean countries, and the con-
Ling manifestations of group
(rirnination in this country are
sins tne freedom-loving peo-
; abroad to turn towards "neu-
lism" in the conflict between
nocracy and Communism.
Ipeaking at a dinner session of
6th annual meeting of the
nt Defense Appealfund-rais-
arm of the American Jewish
rmittee and the Anti-Defam-
tm League of B'nai B'rith
Blaustein assesed America's
[bits and credits" in the pres-
; world crisis. He charged that
ny prominent Nazis are now
nfng back to public life in Ger-
ny and "are snapping up those
v positions from which they
lead Germany back to anoth-
iictatorship in the name of St.
fler."
Kiting prejudice in America as
|ther "major debit," Mr. Blau-
said: "former rabble-rous-
Ihave washed their hands and
ps, put a crease in their pants,
are now associating with re-
ntable groups in the common
of fighting Communism and
lding to influence them to-
rds anti-democratic goals."
JenMfhrktian
rthodox Union
lays Kashruth
Ircjanizations
EW YORK CITY (AJPAn
b". attack on "supervising" ag-
jj-.s indorsing products as
I s pressed this week by
n of Orthodox Jewish
Igregations of America which
fged that the groups were
Snitely detrimental to kash-
and to the Jewish eommun-
pnancial and personal gains,
esponsibility to US Jewry,
these agencies, the UO
contended.
fre charges against two groups,
I Is of kashruth as well
y variety of publications" list-
kosher products, were lodged
the UOJCA in a convention
i intended for delegates
} e gi oup's national biennial
ft'ention in New York City,
|ember 22nd through 26th.
mission on Kashruth is
fected to chart action at the
Ivention designed to bolster
i UOJCA's fight against what
fcrmed -abuses" in the grant-
I of the hechsher.
Wed by the UOJCA in its
vention manual were the Beth
of America and the Mash-
I ion. A number of pub-
including -Kashruth
jumers Guide and Kosher
fa Guide" were also under fire
P the UOJCA.
fee manual claimed that the
on of Orthodox Jewish Con-
ditions of America continues
jpe the only recognized com-
lr.ai organization of national
W Slanting kashruth endorse-
pts."
inference Of Christians
ad Jews Holds Parley
f'ASHlNGTON (JTA)Prob-
P of the free world in achiev-
I peace, freedom and brother-
W were discussed here recent-
lat the 23rd annual meting of
Rational Conference of Chris-
p and Jews.
P-e three-day parley was spon-
Pf Pointly by the National
Kf'ol1'0' the Canadian Coun-
Iru y^'st'ans and Jews, and
It.. ,Brotherhood. Among the
II"""* speakers at the meeting
Li by 500 delegates was
mm Ambassador Abba Eban.
>A Council Meets
ltE5,Y.0RK r.hnal Administrative Council
Lw ZlPnist Organization of
tan ; he ruli"8 body of the
t.-in a between annual con-
I" ns, is meeting in four-day
C'?nri-thc Hotel Conrad Hii-
f." "i ag. over the Thanks-
v-i, uay weekend. November
F throush 25th, according to
l^nouncement by Benjamin G.
fdy. ZOA president.
Berlin Synagogues
Mark Nazi Pogroms
BERLIN (JET) Seven local
synagogues all that remain of
22 in pre-Nazi Berlin, recently
marked the Nazi pogrom of 1938
at special services.
Signs outside each of the seven
temples read: "This House of
God was burned by the Nazi
criminals on November 9, 1938"
Inside the reconstructed syna-
gogues, Rabbis urged that the
past should not stand in the way
of new, better relations between
the Jewish and German people.
Ancient Synagogue
Shipped To Israel
ROME (WNS) A 17th cen-
tury Synagogue in Conegliano
Veneto is nearing dismantling,
and when the task is ended the
structural material will be ship-
ped to Israel, where it will rise
again in Jerusalem.
The cost of dismantling the
synagogue and shipping it to Is-
rael is being covered by a group
of Italian Jews. It's reconstruc-
tion will be financed by the As-
sociation of Italian Jewish Immi-
grants in Israel. The synagogue
will become one of Jerusalem's
oldest, since most ancient syna-
gogues in the Holy City had been
destroyed by Arab fire during
the war of liberation. .
PAGE 7 B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fWVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PRINCE ARTHUR DELUXE APART-
MENTS, nt 9056 Collins Avenue, Surf-
slde, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Datfe Countv,
Florida.
LOUIS ROSE
ARTHUR K. PATHMAN
li 'M-33 12 ;-ii
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
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siilc. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to
register said nami with the Clerk of
tii,- circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS ROSE
ARTHUR K, PATHMAN
II 23 30 IS 7-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the*underslgned, desli Ini to eni
business under th. (: tltlous name of
STAROBIN AND SONS, at 2388 W.
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to register said name with the Clerk
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Florida.
SIDNEY RUBIN
BENJ \MI\ RUBIN
HAIKU.I> GRAHAM
BERNARD MANDLER
Attoi Lev for Pai tnershlp
804 [lurraham Building
ii 23 30 IS 7-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersiKned. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
.f MIKE'S ATLANTIC SERVICE
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the Clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT MICHAEL DEITSCH
CHERTKOF A KALISH
Attorneys for Applicant
Olympla F.uilding
11 Jl- 16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MODERN TELEVISION AND
RADIO SERVICE, at 2837 S. YV. 22nd
Street, Miami. Fla., Intend to reglstei
said name with the Clerk "f the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS I.KFK'i IWITZ
BERNARD LEBAR
Owners
11 23-30, 12 T-ll
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
DUStneM under the fictitious name of
MARI.IN ACTS. :,t sin Meridian Av-
enue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Cleik
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LEW SIMMS
POKES & FRISHMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
11/2.1-31 12/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALBERT KHEXWEATHER. d/h/a M.
& M. SELF-SERVICE LA1NHER-
ETTE, at I43S Drexel Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
said name with the I'ierk of the Cir-
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11/23-30 12/714
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NAME LAW
XOT1CE IS IIF.REISY HIVKN that
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of BUN OPTICAL COMPANY, at 710.
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to : III 'I name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. _____.__
BONDEL l' HBNDEL
Kn-.NER & MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Bondel D. Mendel
ISO Lincoln Ko.nl
Miami Beach, Florida
11/23-30 12.7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN tub ?,LB,Y PUBLICATION
mLmumLSiPWn COURT OF THE
*|V.TS JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FL-9,RIDA 'N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. T45138
BENJAMIN PEACBMAN, Plaintiff.
MARGARET PBACBMAN, Defendant.
To m?,V,T..F0R D'VORCE
ro. MARGARET PEACEMAN
411 Last .,l,|, st,,.,.,
Hiooklyn, Xew York
.You. MARGARET PEACEMAN are
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' lerk. Circuit Court,
r-x ,. "a<1<> cMty, Florida
(Circuit Couri Seal)
By wm. W. STOCKING,
.-.____. Deputy '"lerk
JOSEPH OOI.DKN. |.;so
Attorney for Plaintiff
m Seyhold Itldg.
Miami. Florida
11/16-23-30 12/7
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 25503
RE: ESTATE OF
HERBERT RANGEL. Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
riled my ilnal report and petition for
Final Discharge as Ancillary Admin-
istrator. C.T.A., of the estate of HER-
BERT RANGEL, deceased: and that
on the 17th day of December. 19.".I.
will apply to the Honorable \V. F.
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
Ancillary Administrator. C.T.A. of the
Estate of HERBERT RANGEL. de-
ceased.
This nth day of November, 1>51,
SHELDON N, LELCHUK
Ancillary Admli Istrator,
C.T.A.
SHELDON N, LELCHUK
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator, C.T.A.
'"I Ingraham iilii'--.
Miami. Fla.
n 16-23-3'! 12 7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlne to engage it-
business under the fictitious name Of
HEATH WOOD HOTEL AI'ART-
MENTS, at ISU71 Collins Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
.1. I>. H. CORPORATION
Owners
BERICK, BHAPIRO ,v PRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
<20 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
11/18-23-30 12'7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26899-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
HERMAN- LEE CANTOR. Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said F^state:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required t< present any
claims and demands which >ou, or
either of you. may have against the
estate ,,f HERMAN LEE CANTOR,
fle 'eased late of Miami. Dade County/
Florida, to the Hon. FRANK i: Dow-
LING, one of the County Judge
Dade County, and file the same in his
office in the County Courthouse i,,
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar 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 November 7th. AD. Ml.
SAUL CANT' >R.
As Administrator of the
Esl ite of HERMAN LEE
CANTOR, Deceased
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
6r.0 Beyb .|.i iiidg.
Miami. Fla,
11'9-16-21-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.RKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of VANITY FAIR STUDIOS, at 31*1
Sheridan Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla .
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
A HENRY KAUFFMAN
GERSHON S MILLER. TN
Attorney f..i Vanity Fair studios
420 Lincoln Roa I
Miami I :... h. Fla.
-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undei signed, deslrlnii I i eng
business under the fictitious name :"
CORAL GATE BEAUTY BALON, at
1728 s W. 32nd Avenue, Inte
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
EARNEST NEWMAN
11/16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring
In business under tin name
Of K and F .1. IBBERS, al : N. \V
2nd Street, Miami Fla Intend to
i said name !. tl
the C
Fl i Ida.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 145089
FRANK I'ERO, Plaintiff.
vs.
ROSE VERGANO PERO, Defendant.
TO: Rose Vergano Pero
L':'.7l 33rd Street
Astoria. Long Island
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
iie.emi.ei-. aii. 1951: otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confesse.l by you.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this the
Sth day of November 1!'",1
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Hale County. Florida
.Circuit Curt Seal. ,....
B) : WM W. ST< ICKING,
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Sevbold Bldg.
Miami. Florida
11/16-23-30 12'7
i 'HERTK' n
Attorneys for Appl
olvmpia Bldg,
II 9-18-23-30
Court : I ide
HARRY FELD
SAMUEL KAR
Co-Parti
,v KALISH
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei signed, lesli Ing to
i'i business under the : ime
of SKYLARK APARTMENTS it
E Bay Harbor Di l\-e, Ba> Ha o
Islands, Dade County, i
'.....flater said name with the
!ourt of D
Florida.
DANIEL D SCHLA1 IK, M D
i > ner
BERICK, SHAPIRO .v FR
Attorney* for Applicant
120 Lin...!:! Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
II 9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious num.- o'
TANIA villas, al 8945 Rue Yen-
dome, Miami Beach. Florida. Inti
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
ll/2-9-!6.2.,TAXIA LEWH HARR1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
'RANK BROS, GARAGE, at X W
,1st Street. Miami. Florida, intend t>
reglstei- said name with the Clerk !
the circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
JOSEPH H. CHANE
W i. CRANE
E. PAUL BEATTY
Attorney for Crane Eros. Garage
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PUBLIC SERVICE CAB, at Miami
llea.h. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MICHAEL SEROTA
11/16-23-30 12'7______
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Th Jewish Floridkm M-
llcibi your legal notice*.
W appreciate yooi
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate eerrlce al
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
kr messenger eerrlce.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 22279
RE: ESTATE PHILIP ENOKLHAROT. De ..- I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herein given th.it we
have filed our final report and petition
for Final i H* b u ge >. m i:\-
ecutora of the estate of PHILIP l".N-
GELHARDT, deceased; and that on
the 3rd day of December, 1951, will
appl) to the Honorable \V F BLAN-
TON. County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of eald final
report and for fin il die. hai ge An-
cillary Executors of the estate of
PHILIP BNGBLHARDT, deceased.
BERNARD W. ENOELHVRDT
ANNA K LINGER
W W.TF.R i- KOVNER
Attorney for Ancillary Executors
II '1-18-33. 10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DAVID'S COIFFEURS, at 7129 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DAVID POST
Sole Owner
BERICK, SHAPIRO & FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
42" Lincoln Road
ii t-l-lt-33
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LAI XDROVEND CO.. at 143S Drexel
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MAX .1. KORSOX
LARRY KORSON
11 2-9-16-23
SEITLIN & COMPANY
y v^gg^
19 N.K. 2.-. ST.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 144837
GUISEPPE PIANTADOSI, Plaintiff.
vs.
CARMELA PIANTADOSI, Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: CARMELA PIANTADOSI,
l.al Anderson Avenue
e'o FamiRliegettl.
Falrvlew, New Jersey.
YOf are required to serve a copv nt
your Answer to the Bill of Cnmpla at
for Divorce on Plaintiff's Al-
and to file the Original Answer ln the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, on or before the 2th dav of
November. 1951: otherwise the Bill of
Complaint heretofore filed herein trlD
be taken as confessed by vou.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 23th
lay of October. 1931.
i: B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit C
Dade County. Florl.
By wm \v st. K7KIN
Deputy Clerk.
NORMAN P. LYONS
Attorney for Plaintiff
!>in-l2 Olvmnla Building
Miami. Florida.
n ::.-i6-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tl I
lei sigm I desiring I
inder the f ',...-
nt LORENE APARTMENTS,
tan Avenue. M IB
Intend to th the
f the t Couri
C i'
DAVID SAFFAN
!: .si- -i FFAN
ALBERT ;'
GILI'A R
H PAR1 O
'.M Seyhold 1"
' : :--:
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I it
'he ui leslrlng 1
buslne> .... th. tltl
of CLAIRE APARTMENTS
-.
srith
clerk of the circuit Couri
LESLIE IRT
Cl URE FRIEBERT
Owners
' I 16-23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the underslgne I, desiring i
in business under the fictitious name
nl OI'Y MOTORS, II 19 s \Y --h
St.. Miami. Florida, Intend to reg si
said name with the Clerk of the -
.: Co irl if n ide Countv P
r.\-y a la i. .Mis
A. YV SCHOSTAK
11 2-9-16-33
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desirlne? to engage i'1
business under the fictitious nan
SAL'S SMOKE SHOP, at 2019 Collins
Miami Beach. I-
teiais t.. register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit court o:'
Countv. Florida
s PARISEY, S
[..Win DRt'CKRR
Attorney for s Parlaey
s.'i Ingraham P-hlg.
Miami. Fla.
II 1-16-13-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 145227.
ROSALIND SEXFT. Plaintiff.
vs
FMAXCKL SFXFT. De'e- I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: BM v\tki. SENFT
"o| West 99th Street
N.-w York City, New York
You are hereby ordered and reaulr-
ed to serve a copv of your answe
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a
copv of which is enclosed herewith, on
Plaintiff's attorney, and fi'e the orie-
Inal In the office of the Clerk of th-
eir, alt Court of Dade County. Florid
on or before the 1.1th dav of Di
ber. WH, otherwise the allegati.
aid Bill will be taken as con'
by you.
DATED: November 1". t!
E. Ft. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bv WM W STOCK IN'.;
Denutv Clerk
SAMUEL .1. RAND
Attorney for Plaintiff
'Oft; Olvmpia Building
Miami 32. Fla
11/23-31 12 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF. LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlncr to engage In
hni .i---- i-nrter the fictitious no"ie of
PRNN SYRUP BALBBCO OP FU
IDA. at nu-ber 71'I N "th Ave' -
ne. In the Cltv of Miami Florida, in-
tend* to res i!"'% '
the Clerk nt C>. Circuit Court of Pole
County, Florida __-..
I B< N BR
POKES FRISHMAN
Attorney* for Aopllcs
42i> Lincoln Road
11/2330 12/7-14


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+Jen 1st Hcrkftor
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23.
Beach Center Honor
Students Announced
. Sydney J. Greenberg. Educa-
X jnal Director of the Miami
Ji.-ach Jewish Center Religious |
Schools, has announced the names ;
jC students placed on the Honor
P. ll for the first quarter of the
>ol year.
!..\SS IS Mil h:i.-! I'..-:,'.:. i:::m
' i Blalolenkl, Marcta hen. Mli il,
Kaplan, 1:.[verlj Peyton, Donald Bubs-
n. I:.\.' Zlotshewe
: vss is J"fi Barrocma, Bbaan
i i Asa". Minn Coleman, Stephen
i..- .: Flrtel, Millie rank,
Hovai i Qreen, Bherl Qroaatnaer,
- rlankoff, Karen Lytton. Diana
.!: i-'. Samuel, Howard 81m-
i Kenneth Husskin, Murray
\ Andrew Zlt tz. Beverly zu*t-
. \>- :.- i' i : i., "* ..s. Norma
i !. : i "ohi n i nni i-'< .iii.
Ireei C nthl i i.....m .:. Bus-
i. Leslie, Teddy Nash,
i Newman, Judith I'odvln, Rosa
i alyrna '
in, b otl Trent, Kenneth Zln-
i
Janice tt'i mai
it! i Buss s. her, Lois
i io i" re'. Mai'.i U) nn
I Shen > l.> nn l< >ut, Mai tin ,
Mlchai R
i
S Kuani rare; I: '- !
'.':,'. Vivien Km hei lite I
!' .in, Jo Lai Mi i '
,\ W .
- isj I:. t.. .1 Bui Is Rose i
Kai MarJ
i \- Kaplan Bai bars t
i i I 'h> Ills .
i: s :. and I
v. .....:
. v -- Hi Si lai Auerbai h,
I i.-\>. Danie Z
i Hern St evi
-:. Ronald R thel
i .mi Leonai I Lev:
' .a -- .!!.- Margaret i 'ol.....
nraa Stanlej H Ipei n Jai k
i bib. ai l Phyll Me hi iwlti
LASS ill: Jai k Disk n El k><
i >dwaM Stephi Mai I Michael
i Rons i Post, Daniel Reln-
. it, .1 Lilea 0 ei i bei Si
. eenl.....- Stephen Raymond I
J Itultin.
CLASS SHI Michael Gold, Joel
He sh Robert P ever r>nJ Robert
1 ivin.
I,ass :.II2Jamea Adelman, Mark
rba h, Ronald Brodie, Bernard
) ..k-.. Bnelby Preedland, Harriet
ll.ilpern. Donald Klein, David Poplck,
i -ler Ruaenkrantz. Richard Sleln-
Kk and Jerome Wpisberc
CLASS 'H?. Stephen Grassroark,
rphen Scher. Stephen Zinner. Jer-
tjns Rosenl>era:. and Rosalind I.ehr-
i ian.
CLASS 6H1 Barry Classman,
Henry Coldman. Neil Goldman. Ron
i Paris, Raymond Si*>nler. Johnny
Rtellor, Mi.-h.iel Hr^niiii!. Unbelt
'iiken. Samuel Konn.in. Richard tr-
I't. Peter Sobel. Robert Marcus, and
Arisen Siejtendorf.
CLASS 4H2 Judith Berexin. SI.tr-
i .lie Cohen. Shale Krepach. Stephen
>. bi.-li Martin Mechlotf its. Sheldon
H rinhardt, Ronald Ruthfield. RaymoiKi
.-rauss. Harvey. Thalblum. Mark Zll-
i. -'>eix, Charles I.ynne. Jew! Btelner,
Barbara Shirley Tumtf. Alan tiouid
-Mid Jerry Temchin.
ORAnt-ATINC CLASS Norman
i ..l. Harriet Levy. Martin I. I
e ireia Bavransky and Ruth wain-
*-'*in.
Mrs. Feldman Review
Mrs. Charles Feldman will re-
v tew James G. McDonald's My
Mission In Israel at a Miami
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\ L-dnesday. November 28th, 12:30
1 m.. in the Colony Restaurant,
11 Coral Wav.
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| If aot delighted. Ask your druggist
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