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

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University of Florida
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l^wiisltUEIIiDiriidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ME 24Number 48
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1951
PRICE: TEN CENTS
lillel Dinner Sparks $23,000 Pledge
)ward Construction Of Campus House
1 m
t ' $m
Mrs. Henry Monsky, guest of honor and principal speaker
Lt a special dinner party tendered her by Dr. Bowman Ashe.
(resident of the University of Miami, speaks in behalf of a drive
raise S150.000 needed to build a new Hillel House at the Uni-
versity campus. Following th' dinner event, more than S20.000
ras subscribed by the Dinner guests.
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president of the University of Miami,
laved host Sunday night at a cocktail party followed by a dinner
Id at the University of Miami in honor of Mrs. Henry Monsky.
Over 50 men and women attended and heard Dr. Ashe discuss
importance of the various denominational houses on the campus,
luding the recently built Baptist House, the Methodist House now
the process of being construct- ,
Charles Fruchtman family of Mi-
ami Beach and Toledo, Ohio. This
Clarifies Stand
On Red China
WASHINGTON 'JTA)As a
: result of reports indicating con-
', cerning misunderstanding of Is-
rael's vote at the United Nations
on November 13th consideration
I of Red Chinese admission t e
[UN. a spokesman for the Israel
I Embassy today clarified the facts
I of the ca
c The Embassy spokesman i x-
I plained that the misunderstand-
ing was based on a misreading
Ol tl I report. The issue VOb
' wai not whether to accord a seat
to Communist China in the Unit-
i ed Nations, he said. He explained
, it was whether "consideration"
' of such a proposal should be
' barred "for the duration of the
, sixth regular session" of the U.N
General Assembly.
I On the basic issue, Israel did
I not commit itself one way or an-
1 other, the spokesman declared.
Israel had already made clear its
view that Communist China
i should not be admitted to the
I United Nations while fighting UN
i forces, he said.
I, and the new proposed Hillel
Diise. as well as houses of the
nous other denominations.
Mrs. Monsky traced the devel-
Iment of Hillel from its incep-
pn at the University of Illinois
1 the present when there are ov-
200 Hillel foundations and ex-
Insions in the United States, Can-
la, Mexicoo and Cuba, including
le 200th at the Hebrew Univer-
|y m Jerusalem. She elaborated
>n the pressing need for this
lea to build a larger Hillel
[>use in order to meet the needs
the Jewish students.
[The meeting was sparked by a
edge of $10,000, made by the
UavDonatd Flays
'eace Failure
NEW YORK (JTA)The Unit-
! Nations General Assembly
lOUld replace the UN Concil-
Commission for Palestine
[th a single mediator prefer- I
Ralph J. Bunche if it I
' James G. McDonald,
dav night
American Ambassador to Is-
^' I, di clared this week.
Ml MacDonald, who spoke at
dinner marking his 65th birth-
[ ndered by the Greater New
pork Committee for State of Is-
ls, condemned the Con-
liati Commission for its
failure" in the recent
He told the 500 guests
tinner that the Commis-
amount was pledged towards a
chapel which will be dedicated
in the name of the Fruchtman
family. Various other friends of
Hillel, who have contributed in
the past, added pledges. These
included Jake Sher, Sam Leven-
son, Carl Weinkle, Sam Blank.
Leo Robinson, Ben Danbaum,
Morris J. Goldin, Harold Turk,
Ida Optner, Sidney Aronowitz,
Walter C Kovner, Bob Turchin,
S. E. Schwartz, Mai Marshall,
Harry Gordon, .Lawrence Sapero,
Irving Frankel, George Bertman
and Calvin Kovens.
Over $23,000 was pledged at
the dinner which, together with
previous amounts pledged
through B'nai B'rith groups and
supplemented by the B'nai B'rith
meeting at Copa City on Monday
evening, totals almost S50.000 in
pledges.
Harold Turk, chairman of the
capital funds drive for the new
Hillel Foundation Home at the
master at the dinne.- held Sun-
Sidney Aronovitz and Ida Opt;
ner, co-chairmen of the B'nai
B'rith Division of the Hillel
Foundation Home at the Uni-
versity, announced a meeting for
Monday. December 3rd. 8 p.m..
at the oftiees of Sidney Arono-
vitz, 748 Seybold Building. Mi-
ami, of all lodge and chapter
presidents and chairmen of the
Hillel committees of each of the
r I alure is due to its policv
f with the Arab states | lodges and chapters, including
bloc, thus enabling the po- Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale.
: the most intransigeant Plans will then be devised for
to be the dominating : continuing the present campaign
F thi -ituation. to raise $150.000.________________
TEL AVIV CHIEF RABBI PRESENTS
MENORAH TO NEW YORK'S MAYOR
Brandeis Arrives
December 9th For
Tampa Game
Ticket sales have begun at sev-
eral locations in Greater Miami
for the Annual Brandeis Classic
football game to be played at
Miami Beach's Memorial Field on
Sunday afternoon, December 9th.
Brandeis University, the na-
tion's first Jewish-sponsored non-1
sectarian school at Waltham, Mas^ |
sachusetts, sends its first varsity ,
football team against Tampa Uni-
versity at that time. The capac-
ity of Memorial Field has been
increased to 10.000 seats for Mi-
ami Beach's initial post-season
intercollegiate game.
Benny Friedman. Michigan's
All-American quarterback in 1925
and 1926, and later coach at Yale
and City College of New York.
coaches Brandeis. Tampa is
coached by Frank Sinkwich. the
former All-American halfback at
the University of Georgia. He
plans to bring his Spartan squad
to Miami Beach the day before
1 the game. Brandeis is scheduled
'to arrive on December 6th. to
I taper training at Miami Beach.
The game is being promoted by
a committee of local business and
| civic leaders for two pur;
I One is so that the "foster alumni"
of Brandeis may help the s
gain national recognition in a
post-season football game. The
other is to give Miami Beach ad-
ditional sports activity in
December.
The Greater Mian W
Chapter of Brandeis Universit
has set up a booth to 5
in tne Mercantile Bank Bu
Mian i Bei Advanci sal* tick-
ets are ala "
ami Beach Audit
Farr Tours. In Miami, I
may be obtained downtown "
Turner's Sports Cento -
Wulpert Furniture Store_________
Chief Rabbi Isar Jehuda Unterman of Tel Aviv, who has just
started a nationwide tour on behalf of the $500,000,000 State of
Israel Bond Issue, is shown as he presented an Israel-made Cha-
nukah menorah to Mayor Vincent R. Impellitteri of New York.
The Mayor acknowledged the Chief Rabbi's gift with a pledge of
continued support to the Israel Bond drive. Funds invested by
Americans through Israel's Independence Bond Issue are true
major source of finances for Israel's program of economic
development.__________________________________________
Israeli Seamen
Continue Strike
HAIFA (JTA)The tense situ-
ation in the port of Haifa precipi-
tated by the dispute between the
Seamen's Union and the Hista-
drut. continues as seamen of the
SS Artza were ordered by their
union not to let volunteers re-
cruited by the Histadrut aboard
to man the ship. A speaker for
the union warned at a mass meet-
ing today that the striking sea-
men would use force to resist any
attempt to land them against
their will.
The Israeli vessel Negba ar-
rived this afternoon here with
400 immigrants from North Afri-
ca and 120 other passengers,
When the ship docked, the crew
immediately went 81 *e. A
detachment of police was sent
I
Ponce urns yest t lay
all 60 striking members
crew of the SS G<.'... I
.. ssi I ft< i th '-- I '
a police request that they d
cark Alth ugh n
reported, several of t h t crew
I A report
Qalila incident was made
ier David Ben-Gurion.
A all 1 for ign sail< rt not to
- who have been re-
tro : I e sf was issued
. th S< mei s Vr.ie.-..
Senerchia Tallys
40,569 Votes;
Quigg, Givens Win
The greatest vrte in Miami's
history returned Chelsie J. Sen-
l erchia to office f.fter he had been
! ousted as City Manager last June
20th.
Senerchia amassed a total of
40.569 votes which is expected
i to make him Miami's next mayor.
H. Leslie Quigg. beaten in 1949
after a two-year term, was also
returned to office in last Tues-
day's election, riding in on the
crest of a 25.159 vote tally and
j moving into second spot Immed-
iately behind Senerchia. The N"-
er 20th primary election,
held for the purpose of choosing
six ( tes from a twenty-
name ballot, had found
. third fav rite, superseded
by Robert H. Givens.
Givens dropped into third slot,
ng | ... s with Quigs,
jp a total of 24.308.
in th< runoff wen
Wdlian W 21.998 votes,
J ihn Red Lake. 29.780 votes, and
Jack Horsley, 19.367 votes.
The three rs filling va-
cancies on the Miami City Com-
mission, will '..-- ffice at noon
on Thui dav ith i Idovers Wil-
liam M W and Perrine
!' Imer, Jr._________________
fontlicling Views Greet Maclver Hearing At Council
ANTIC CITY (WNS)The |
nuch-debated Maclver report on
I y relations came under!
sr.arp attack and equally keen |
I at the plenary session of
I'e National Community Rela-
POns Advisory Council.
I Leading the attack was Jacob
Iblaustein, president of the Amer-
licon Jewish Committee, who
l^argtd that the Maclver report
I osngeiouslv minimizes the ide-
jiiogici differences of the na-
luonal agencies" and that, by cre-
l!"n8 a monolithic structure of
|wish life in America, the re-
JPrt does Jewish communal or-
ltanizaiions a grave disservice."
I stressed that acceptance of the
|*I*M would deprive the national
ties of their autonomy and
that the American Jewish Com-
mittee would never consent to
that. He rejected the recommen-
dations of the NCRAC Evalua-
tive Studies Committee on the
ground they did not constitute
a substitute for the Maclver re-
port, declaring that the recom-
mendations accepted the prem-
ises of the report and urged their
implementation.
Similar views were expressed
by Henrv Epstein, speaking on
behalf of the Anti-Defamation
League. Philip M. Kutznik, de-
fending ADL opposition to the
report, argued that acceptance of
certain of the Maclver recommen-
dations would change the char-
acter of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council from
a "voluntary association of vol-
untary agencies" into ore "with
authoritative and coercive f
The report was defended by
Rabbi Maurice Eiscndrath. presi-
dent of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, who said
"the time has come to call a halt
to an interfaith program which
presents the church, on one hand,
and leaves the synagogue in the
background, on the other." He
maintained that the synagogues
have exclusive responsibility in
representing and safeguarding
Judaism and that the Union was
fully qualified to take the lead
in interfaith work if financial
support were forthcoming.
Dr. David Petegorsky, national
executive director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, Adolph
Held, national ch.. rmai
Jewish Labor Committee, and
Joseph F. Barr. representing the
Jewish War Veterans, all aligned
themselves behind the report.
The recommendations of the
Evaluative Studies Committee
did not cover that section of the
Maclver report which deals with
the fundamental concepts of the
nature of the Jewish community
land Jewish life in America. It
: recommended (a) study of lcng-
range needs, directions and meth-
ods of community relations woik.
this process to bt the responsi-
bility of a special NCRAC com-
mittee with the competence.
, authority and resources required
for such study, (b) a continuing
process of jcinl programplan-
ning among the agencies eng
in community relations work
within the framework of the
NCRAC, (c) creation of local
community relations councils
where none exist now. (d)
strengthening 'whose decisions are to be reach-
ed by a majority and whose base
is to be broadened after a study
j of criteria of membership and
, (e) development of equitable
procedures for financing com-
, munity relations work so as to
"relate financing to joir.t plan-
ning of the pre cram so that the
total funds available for national
* community relations activities
will be distributed on tne basis
ef the program of activity."
f'





PAGE 2 A
vJmlsti fhrkUar
FBIDAY. NOVem^
Yiddish Records European Martyrs
By Dr. Alexander Mukdoni
E N The following'
Muk-
nyrology airs >
ecf of,
0/ Jewish E
tl
Hist :-.- nti i ati a m w
liter-
ature w..il< preparing ssibili-
for thi ent. At first
it may as it history
ne : its beat, but
piizanl of the
fact thai n has
;i long r, spective.
During the last 10 or 15 i
: ival Yiddish pu tfshinj
nave apparently vanished
But Jew | cultural
S have taken over Yiddish
k publishing tb f:ll the
Thi :. to record the martyr-
I European Jewry fell to
V.i :.- lajigu g< u I n pri-
. ould not accom-
the task, 1 a be-
ired for profit: there is lit-
-1 fit in the literature of
logy.
Pub. ganized by
is social group- mply
red tl en-
of com-
r counting
iding the de-
and 1 iwns.
t small
......
rativi .
.
Central
nittee Of 1 J< ws in Ai
gentii
mart} rology of
ppi an I the
f 1 truction Of Li-
thuania. It i i J.000
Vol-
preparatioi The
. I !
US his)
ity v ith an additional
I 000 pictui'
tl : ai .
itori n, Di Jai atzky.
His-
tory Of J. : ".'.' : f which
; ..red. The I
I
.
v R- A '.
er Jew d | iwns
A W rid Which Is ,
V.v. hj d an ex-
tion f tl i ..'. Is f pi irtyi
brary ol such bo
pictun Id be en ated.
__ The publismng house Unser,
i ml I a i imei tal
tyrolog) mate-
M my of its |
I into English, one into G<
.v
volun j
J Trunk, a work ol
: :
.
Dr. Alexander .Ifukdorti
and of "kindhearted neigh
who helped them in their wanton
destruction. But beside this tre-
mendous reference literature
thi re ny work- I
eril in all forms of writ-
; vels. dramas, me-
moirs ind Thi Yiddish
press iblished and is I I
printing daily, thousands of ar-
loirs in in-
* nd witn< ts accounts
The output of Yiddish martyr-
Ot stopped
A l ntifi phi
being developed. On the basis of
thorou of this litera-
' ntinue to publish
ms. Pro:. Philip
Friedman published a scientific
work about the death factory at
Auschwitz. He is also compiling
a bibliography of literature of
.'i art;.!iiii gy, parts of which, wi re
ly published in various pe-
riodicals In the commemorative
hook Lithuania his bibliography
on that subjec t only contains
al out 200 items.
We. the Yiddish speaking and
Yiddish thinking Jews, who con-
sider ourselves blood relations of
the- 6 million exterminated Jews
and the ones to say Kadish for
them have been selected by his-
tory to perform the great mission
of furthering the development of
Yiddish culture and Yiddish liter-
ature. Faithful children that we
are, we have fulfilled this mis-
sion.
! hi missioi i given neithi r
to thi Hebn w literature nor to
' J' wish literature in thi Eng-
lish language. Only the Yiddish
has bi n | ivi n this great
-. II has an m red thi
call, and is still continuing its
O. RC S -. c R
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IU
Region Hadassah
Lists Officers
At the recent Florida Region
of Hadassah Conference held in
Daytona Beach. Mrs. Murry
Grossman, Miami, retiring presi-
dent, was accorded Hada
ion of being i
norary vici -president of the
in.
V .'. fficers of the region are:
Mr- Hi rman Klausni r, J
ville, president; Mrs. Carl Bruk-
enfeld. Palm Beach, vice |
dent: Mrs. David Ci wen, Tampa.
Mrs. Sidney
Gluckman, Daytona Beach, vii i -
president; Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Miami Beach, vice-president;
Mrs. Arthur Morell, Orlando,
treasurer; Mrs. Abe Boberoff,
Gainesville, recording secretary;
Mrs. R. J. Sloat. Jacksonville.
corresponding secretary: Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff, Miami, parlia-
mentarian. ,
Elected to the Board were:
Mrs. Gustave Bear. Orlando: Mrs.
Harry Simon, St. Petersburg:
Mrs. Irving Sachs, Dayton Beach:
Mrs Ben Fleet. Winterhaven:
Mrs. Hayman Tcllman. Holly-
Mrs. Irwin Weinstein, Mi-
ami.
ItV.n h Hoardm
Fill Ya<*an<*i<\
Four Miami Beach boards fill-
ed vacancies this week with new
men appointed for three-year
terms, Charles A. Renshaw an-
nounced.
Robin L. Turohin assumed his
duti' a s a member of the Gen-
I Contractors Examing board.
Joseph Arkin was appointed to
the Board of Rules and Appeals.
Harry Rappaport and H m"71
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The Great Mew
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Ittmil VoHters
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)A
number of Israel Bond posters
displayed in subway stations here
were reported marred bv vandals
who inscribed anti-Semitic slo-
gans on the advertisements.
Scribbled across at least two
such posters were the inscrip-
tions "They have all the money.
W have given them enough."
Dai;id Rosner
asss
Spinoza Forum
Postpones Opening
Thr Spinoza Outdoor Forum.
scheduled for tomorrow after-
noon, has postponed its opening
date to January 5th.
Dr. Wolfson, chairman of the
Spinoza Forum, has invited Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman to give the
opening address This will mark
the 18th consecutive year of the
Forum's cultural and "educational
activities on the Beach. Other
speakers in January will be Dr
Joseph R Narot. of Temple Is-
rael, Professor Edward Clarke of
the University of Miami and Dr.
Michelson, of Hillel House.
Charles H. Lee will preside on
Tuesday nights. Mr. Lee will give
popular talks on Astronomy.
U. S. ROYAL LIFE-TUBE
Rosner To Open
Hotel Good Season
David Rosner. nationally known
hotel ope ai r, as announced the
formal opening of his Hotel Good
on Tuesday evening. December
4th. for the 1951-52 season.
Rosner has been in the hotel
business practically his entire life
and has operated exclusively un-
der the American Plan, observ-
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He has been in the hotel busi-
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17 years, expanding from a small
hostelry on the lower Beach, and
in keeping with the growth to-
ward the northern oart of the
city is now operating his 100
room hotel on 43rd and Collins
Avenue.
The Hotel Good is located on
the ocean-front and has a private
beach, cocktail lounge and rec-
reation room, among its many
features. The dining room caters
to the public in addition to
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UDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1951
+Jewish fkxridian
PAGE 3 A
I'll Say...
In Jewish Book Month it is fitting to com-
i Jorate the 25th Jahrzeit of Israel Zangwell by
Zangwell's Dreamers Of The Ghetto
By HARRY SLMONHOFF
iri
i his excellent books. His writings prove
Jewish literature in the English language can
and gripping. He remains the best fiction-
has interpreted Jewish life and delineated
Lfch character in English.
CHRONICLE OF DREAMERS
Dreamers Of The Ghetto is perhaps Zangwell's
l0 % Chronicle of Dreamers, who have arisen in the
B,etto from its establishment in the Sixteenth
Tntury to its slow breaking-up in our own day."
\ gi ini-legendary and historical characters are real
irtraits and genuine types of the Jewish com-
luni'tv of their own time. Their narratives are also
tll told, each and every one of them.
THE ROMAN GHETTO
Joseph, the Dreamer, destined, it would seem,
become a great light in Israel, instead becomes
Kuseppe De Franchi, an apostate. His betrothed,
liriam pleads, with him and in the end, of ourse,
liects him. He is fascinated by the larger world of
he Christians, by the glory of their churches and
be impulsiveness of their ritual, and seeks to
Econcile his own people and the members of his
few faith in a grand merger of their best qualities
[to a universal tolerance. He fails, and condemning
L leaders of his new creed, finds his martyrdom
the stake. No one mourns him but the two women
Ih'o have loved him. Miriam meets Helena, the
aughter of the men who had effected his conver-
ts Helena, herself a pagan, had wanted him as
jr husband because she is a sensualist, funda-
mentally, and Joseph is a handsome man. The two
omen meet and part even as the worlds to which
ev belong cannot as yet accept a common basis
(their one essential humanity.
|hE MARRANO IN AMSTERDAM
The born sceptic, Uriel Acosta, doubts the Catho-
cism which reared him in Portugal. He escapes to
Amsterdam expecting to find a Jewish Utopijr, an
idyllic patriochal haven. He soon rejects Talmudic
Judaism and is excommunicated Wy the stern re-
ligionists of a cruel era. He tries desperately to
expiate his crime as a doubter by conforming to
strict Orthodoxy, only to succumb again \p his nat-
ural instincts. He dies execrated by his people. Uriel
Acosta is an honest, though superficial thinker, who
was born into the wrong century. For him there is
no escape but suicide.
THE MESSIAH
Sabbatai Zevi reaches the heights of a dreamer.
He sees himself as the Messiah about to deliver his
people from their century-old sufferings as the
pariah among the nations. He lacks, however, the
tough fiber of the real hero. Zangwill is more bril-
liantly successful in characterizing him than anyone
else has been in the treatment of the man. He makes
a keen observation in representing Sabbatai as con-
scious of the fact that it is his flesh that has be-
trayed him. As a youth, the would-be Messiah had
been an ascetic. He had been able to withstand the
glamour and attraction of all women. As a success-
ful adventurer, he is seduced by the beauty of Sarah
who comes to him as the promised "Bride of the
Messiah." He cannot free himself from her. His flesh
has overwhelmed him in the end as perhaps the
result of his long denial. He has reached the heights;
a whole people believes in him; even many of his
enemies fear him. He, nevertheless, desires life now
so much that he becomes craven in the end and
yields up the glory of his name and the spirit which
it engenders to become a door-keeper in the Sultan's
palace so that he might live and have his bride still
with him.
PHILOSOPHERS AND SAINTS
Spinoza and Baal Shem are, of course, men of
different mettle. Zangwill treats them with becom-
ing nuance and sublety and creates in them his most
beautiful types of the people to which he himself
belongs. The story of Maimon and Nathan is per-
haps equally beautiful. Solomon Maimon and Nathan
the Wise (Moses Mendelssohn, of course are polaric
opposites yet show the two facts in the life of their
day. On the one hand, we have the Jew of the
Ghetto; on the other, the Jew who has freed him-
self from it, though he remains orthodox and a true
member of his race. There is ambivalence in the
first and a deep serenity in the second. Maimon will
remain an intellectual adventurer despite all his
gifts: Mendelssohn will impress Lessing as the
prototype of the new man, of an ideal yet to be
born. But Zangwill will point out the danger that
lurks in the wise man's attitude. No sooner does
the patriarch die than his two daughters become
Christians, while his son Abraham, has his brilliant
boy Felix, the future composer, baptized as well.
Mendelssohn's progeny is not equal to himself. With
them, idealism dies and intelligence is bartered for
opportunism and worldly advantage.
THE ZIONIST CONGRESS
In his tale Dreamers In Congress, Zangwell
shows the first Zionist Convention in session. Theo-
dore Herzl he does not mention by name, only as a
dignified man, the last of the prophets, and the
"President." This sort of vagueness creates a haze of
impression in the mind of the reader and does not
clarify anything really for him. Of course, at the
time of writing this story, Zangwell was too close
to the event; yet he could have written a worthy tale
of the man just the same. The dream had actually
become a reality. The first Jewish Congress in mod-
ern times had met for a national purpose, and with
due representation from many quarters. Of course.
Herzl was then still a living figure and the fruition
of his efforts was not yet in sight. This is a reward-
ing book and perhaps, in the last analysis, will he the
one by which the author in a later day will be
remembered.
Committee Denies
Isolation Charge
INFW YORK CITY (AJP) An
L t d< nial that their pro-
i as "isolationist" coupled
| : ges that attacks upon
cently adopted resolution
Israel y Zionist leaders were
. -- misinterpretations," the
\[ Jewish Committee this
le public a clarification
_ it.- rn v stand at a meeting
I nth ni the group's Exccu-
!iiniu< e.
: clarification reasserted the
k "firm opposition to any in-
i nee in the community life
I: ican Jews by persons or
I ations whose composition
>xclusively American." The
i< nee was seen as opposition
ly the AJC to "an educational
\ im for American Jews un-
I auspices of the Jewish
kgency [or nationalistic purposes
hat would tend to interpret
American Jewish life as centri-
fetel to Israel."
The AJC statement carried in
he N ivember issue of the Com-
j Report, the organization's
wl il organ, asserted that the
kroup has consistently supported
I I
"Oui liberal and unceasing
f n| Israel is so overwhel-
mingly i vident," the statement
i. that even our severest
dare not impugn us on
II ire."
I T statement contended that
[he AJC "has played in conform-
Btv with American national in-
a most vital role in every
l the political and eco-
piomu development of Israel
:; >\ course, in collaboration
Jwit] the oflicial representatives
l': Bel."
A -tiling blast at the Zionist
|; ization of America for
I King identification with the
Organization of General Zionists"
Iw.i. contained in the statement.
r AJC labeled the ZOA's ac-
] n obvious attempt to af-
[".". Israeli election results."
Rabbi David Shapiro
Reports On Crisis
Rabbi David Shapiro will re-
port on The Crisis In Israel to-
morrow evening to a Bonds for
Israel rally at Kneseth Israel
Congregation, Miami Beach.
More than 500 persons are ex-
pected to attend the program,
which will feature an entertainer
and the showing of the film call-
ed Wanderer's Return.
To View Thanksgiving
Masada, Miami Beach Young
Zionist District, will compare
Sukkoth and Thanksgiving to-
night. 8:45 p.m., at the home of
Gil Rappaport, 1121 8th Street.
Vivian Hodash is scheduled as
principle speaker.
Agree Israel Is First
DUSSELDORF (WNS) A
resolution giving priority to col-
I lective Jewish claims against
; Germany, including those of the
State of Israel, over individual
Jewish reparation and resitution
claims against Germany, was
adopted here at a conference of
representatives of Jews now liv-
ing in Germany.
Report Soviet
Offers Pact
NEW YORK (JTA>The Sov-
iet Government has offered the
Arab states a non-aggression pact
and economic aid in return for
their "neutrality," the New York
Post reported in a cable from
Paris this week. The report said
that the offer was made to Egypt,
but would be extended to all oth-
er Arab League nations if they
declare their aloofness from the
Western-sponsored Middle East
defense pace_._______ ^^^_^-
Israel Criticized
For Permitting
Schacht Landing
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Is-
rael Government was sharply
criticized in Parliament this week
for permitting Dr. Hjalmar
Schacht, former member of the
Hitler Government in Germany,
to land in Israel.
Herat deputies wanted to know-
why Dr. Schacht was not arrest-
ed as a "war criminal" when he
Handed at the Lydda airport. The
! Speaker of the* Parliament prom-
ised a reply by the government.
Dr. Schacht landed on a Dutch
plane en route from Indonesia to
Germany. He spent 30 minutes
at the Lydda airport restaurant |
and was interviewed by report- '
ers. He confirmed that he had i
collaborated with Hitler for many
years, but said he had broken
with the Nazis since World War
II.
"Germany never refused to pay
indemnification to war victims
and is also prepared to pay it to
the Jews," he stated. "However,
the Jews and the Government of
Israel must first establish their
stand and state their demands.
Germany will readily pay ac-
cording to her possibilities,
which, as is known, are not large,"
he added. He explained that Ger-
many's financial and economic
position is almost hopeless.
Beth Tfilah Sisters
The Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
will hold a Fifth Anniversary-
Supper at the Congregation on
Sunday, December 9th. 6 p.m.
Orthodox Leader
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)
Charges that a national maga-
zine's recent cover story on Dr.
Louis Finkelstein "distorted
Judaism out of all proportions" to
play up Conservative Judaism
were aired this week by a leader
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America.
Rabbi Irwin Gordon, executive
director of the UOJCA. wrote
Time Magazine that its recent
spread on Dr. Finkelstein -'bat-
ters Judaism and Jewish tradition
until it is almost unrecognizable."
Maintaining that Dr. Finkelstein
"is by no means accepted as the
leader of Jewish religious think-
ing in the United States," the
Orthodox leader asserted that
"even in his own group, he (Dr.
Finkelstein) leads but a small
number of former Orthodox Jews
who find it difficult to break
Flays Magazine
completely with Jewish tra-
ditions.
"The majority of the Semin-
ary's Rabbinical Assembly is op-
posed even to Finkelstein's so-
called traditionalism," Rabbi Gor-
don wrote the editor of Time.
Sacfie Hawkins Day
Members of the Clara Hirsch
Landau chapter, B'nai B'rith
] Young Women, will entertain
guests at their fourth annual Sad-
ie Hawkins Day party tomorrow,
at the home of Miss Marilyn
Wohl. 4450 Sheridan Avenue.
Appropriate games and refresh-
ments, in keeping with the theme
of Sadie Hawkin's Day. have
been planned. Chairman for this
affair is Miss Selma Rubin.
Emil Gould Appointment
Gould, local builder, has
pointed by W. P. Atkin-
president of the National
ition of Home Builders.
e will serve as liaison repre-
"'. in coordinating military
use housing projects.
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and see what
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EDITORIAL
Church Or State?
The appointment of an official United States
representative to the Vatican comes at a particu-
larly embarrassing time.
While America finds itself in a grab-bag for
power between East and West. President Tru-
man has seen fit to complicate matters further
by appointing an ex-military man as Ambassador
to the Pope. The President's motives are to a
degree understandable. Romanist allegiance in
the twilight areas of Europe where sympathy for
America remains dubious is heavy. To flaunt
in the face of Russian agnosticism Western ac-
ceptance of the Church, appears superficially
a master stroke of diplomacy.
But Truman's appointment of Mark Clark ccr-
ries with it discouraging overtones which chal-
lenge the validity of its positive politico-military
motives. The appointment is tantamount to the
lecocnition of the Vatican as a secular power.
Worse, it has placed the American aovernmen:
at cdds with z long-standing t: Edition. While
Eurcpe wcs enraged in conflict with the las: e!e-
mentfl of organized religious effort to main
control of man s -.ernporal activity, the American
Revelation had long since accepted the idea
that church and state must remain separated.
A itterly humorous aspect of Clark's appoint-
- accents its retrograde, feudal ::er.
European histories are filled with accounts of
the medieval struggle between religious end secu-
lar .::ds as they vied for power over mankind:
ere among them are there cccounts of
eithei s alti tisr Nowhere in the lurid tales has
express-?; more than egotistical motivation
- to rule. The expression of benevolence
3th is r. .-actively recent thing made only af-
IS*"
__ Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai Hospital is preDarinr, ,
brate the second anniversary of its f0 1 ?
Its modest beginning is no more 0.1.
ory for the community that has EH?1
arowth. Orriiiutrilv J -...u loslefed if
growth. Ordinarily, we would ha wJ
rrr-r-onl lm.,.l. _..______.:_ C
I
facilities. Yet. Mount Smai's advances*!*
accept laurels for supporting a hospital nnPut growing residenUal area would be in n *!
ious situation indeed without odeaum* P"H
fnrilitiP Yef Mmmi Ci;- -j. cHuale medic
t, .
I***,
*.

*a*
,MTC
of.
Hi
\
therapy and instruction have been ohe*!!"^'!
It ought not be considered an exagqeSnT*l
that they have been inordinate with resrl*!
advances made elsewhere. t^b'
Thus, it seems that applause is in 0rderj
while the community at large has becom,l
benefactor of its own efforts, the rapidity 0f fl I
Sinai's fruition lies beyond the demand of ii
the most important collective action. J
With satisfaction, we have read'and w 1
about Mount Sinai's increasing recognitions'?!
recent national accreditation ^' .- hosD:*l
\
ter men wrested for themselves the right to deter-
mine their destinies. As an Ambassador to the
Vatican with a military past. General Clark re-
v.ves the medieval situation.
It is to be hoped that the revival will entail
little more than a portrait of ancient contestants
Nursing School and the addition of a phytttl
apy department aie only two rr.cro; liV(Z\
symbolizing its maturity. I
The community must not consider its resscB-l
sibiiities fulfilled, for Mount Sinai er.visiorjjal
more apparently unattainable goals. A Fehra|
Jubilee will conclude the celebration of :heh*|
pital's anniversary. Through this function defjcll
must be filled; none may deny the medical oraXI
ization which is a benefit to us all.
Jewish Book Council Lists Agenda
Of Comina Reviews And Radio Talks
reminiscing over their double defeat; only frl
remembrance that the audience suffered
blows of their struggle can makes this so.
tion f Jewish Book Month is
in full swing. An
----- w..... ... >.wn .ii 14, i ,^tt life. mi
literature in Hebrew. Yiddish and English is on
at tl Bay! int Public Library.
"x "'- books of current i.-terest. sacred literature
/ igraphy, Israeli and juvenile literature. Ancient
mi!& tresses from ttie collectton uf Shok-m Asch heighten:
the inttrest of '.he exhibit. Begin-
avin. Ehiel Lesowoder, Yaffe
Fc.nerman. Joseph Duntov. B
Morrison. Dr. M. J. Glick. I. Char- .
lash. Morns Honigbaum, and S-
Wolf. Mesdames Milton Sirkin.
Alfred Stone and Theodore Han-
koff will appear on the televis-
ioi program.
The local celebration of Jewish
Book Month is sponsored by the i
Jewish Book Council through the1
cooperation of the Burea of Jew-
ish Education of Greater Miami.
Dr. Max A. Lipkind is chairman
of the Book Council.
nmj Decembe 3rd. the exhibit
w:'- shifted t the Miami
Beat Pul ;. Li irary, under the
direction of Mrs Lili Duntov.
Juni ii exhibits will appear in
the Hebrew scl ols and public
echo Js of th B h and Miami.
wh< md story hours
will be devotei t Jewish books
appearing in I lisplays. Junior
foruj have leen mniunced in
my organ./,:: ins including tl e
appearance f I Charlash. a Yid-
dish author, it several Yiddish
iti ins
Oragnizatisns have responded
t service iffered by the Jew-
ish E jok Council of Greater Mi-
book review programs
during Jewish Book Month, ob-
serve : nat: mally from November
23rd Tirough Dee"moer-23rd. The
books reviewed and to be review- j,''ms\ spokesman lashed out
ed are the following: Room For lga,nst *h, e .recently adopted
A Son, rev;-,, by Mrs. Morris E^" Je.wlsh Congress reso-
Sk. r.: Qu. < ... roviou, he '".''n PPosmg the appointment
Mrs
Gla
by Robert "StrassburgT Jewish I ,nif*tdf1Lne h.untinC a n <*" denied
Hun r. review by Rabbi Morns ^a,'ne na,'n s Zionists support-
Skop and Milton Kurman; Man .? sta.nd-
l> N t Alone, review by Dr. Leo
in; Rev .It. review by Mrs
Itrtm thj Opposes
ASC Stand On
* at 14an Issue
CHICAGO (AJP.-A leading
spokesman lashed
top: Qu:-t Street, review bv ',"/.'" 0?P0S.inS 'he appointment
r- Max Shapiro and Mrs. Peter rtor to tkf'v- ^ U, Ambassa-
la?er: Song. We Sing, review i u Jt theuVat!can as "a piece of
Robert Strassbure! JewisT- .huead !ne """''ns'' and denied
I. M. Weinstein: Dor HaMidbar.
review bv B Morrison: Jews In
Soviet Russia, review by Joseph
Dun; v Miss in To Israel, re-
vj' V Seymour B. Liebman:
Moses, rev; ,, bv Mrs. Max Dob-
rin and Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
Wlt2; Judaism And The Modern
Man. review by Dr. Donald Mic-h-
rlson: Red Ribbon On A White
Hots review by Mrs. Bessie
white: Levick. review by Dr. M.
J. dick; Lord Beaconsfield. re-
view by Mrs. Dorothy Fink:
by Mi
Welfare
Addressing members of the Na-
tional Administrative Council of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica at a meeting here this week.
Benjamin Browdy, national presi-
tCnl L the ZOA- sounded a
hands-off policy for American
Zibnists on the touchv subject of
President Truman's appointment
of a LS Ambassador to the Vati-
can.
Browdy terming President
Truman the best friend we have
ever had at the head of the
American government." declared
in his address that the AJC was
of "dragging" the "name
Story Of Mv Psychoanalysis, re-'?Uity of ''dragging" the "name
view by Mis Samuel Lipton ind ,pres!!Be f the Zionist Move-
In Israel, review ^ ,n the US lnto the Vatican
Weaver Smymi
If I live to be a. hundred, I'm
certain I'll never thoroughly un-
derstand the dear ladies. In fact
I'm rapidly becoming convinced
that I don't understand them as
well as I thought I did 35 or 40
years ago.
What brought this effusion on
was the discovery, just recently,
that about 65 percent of the mar-
ried women now working haven't
notified the Social Security Ad-
ministration of their change of
name. They arc working for in-
stance as "Mrs. Irene Doakes"
and giving their employer that
name and the Social Security
number they had when they were
"Miss Irene Doe."
Now it's perfectly wonderful
of these lovely ladies to work to
help their husbands financially
but! When the Social Security
Administration tries to post the
wages earned by Irene Doakes,
No. 111-11-1111 to the account of
Irene Doe, No. 111-11-1111 it
just doesn't work: And that
means that we must hold up the
posting process until we can learn
just why Irene Doakes is using
Irene Doe's account numberand
that taes time ahd a lot of work
that takes time and a lot of work
Social Security Administration.
In a lot of cases the employer,
particularly small employers, do
not keep a record of the addresses
of their employees, and rt be-
comes quite a problem to locate
the person whose wages are in-
volved. It's not easy to locate a
person when all you know about
( her is that she worked for a cer-
tain business sometime ago.
Girls! Be sure to get Form
i OAAN-7003 from the nearest So-
| cial Security Office and report
; the cnange in your name. It you
cheated a little on your age, be
sure to correct it at the same time
and on the same form. Social Se-
curity records are held strictly
confidential and NO ONE can
j learn the. facts about your age or
work record except you yourself
1 not even your husband.
Lipsky, Weizmann: Partners Of Accord
By HARRY SCHERMAN
niimmiHwimutmmuii..' mumol
In the history of the creation | among the Ame:: .,:: Zionists, at
of the Jewish State a history I he possessed a remarkable undw
which is yet to be writtenthere standing of the European mod
are few chapters which from the i m e n t.'' This understandai
human viewpoint are warmer! transcending local experiences
and more attractive than that j both men, was rooted in a mJ
(Which is constituted by the half- f lennial Jewish cor.>ciousness 1
century of collaboration between | brought together the cheder bo|
Louis Lipsky, American Zionist I of Pinsk, Russia, and the soul
leader, and Chaim Weizmann, I Rochester. New V : k. in a ;ac
first President of the State. The | common viewpoint which mi
| theme of this chapter is a blend- ed no formulation, and whid
ling of the personal and the his- survived long periods withoJ
i toncal, illustrating how two I personal contact,
great characters found the per-, A group of Louis Lipsky-j
fection of comradesnip in the; friends decided, at a recen: :r,
pursuit of a common ideal, and formal gathering. t-> found a Lip-
how difference of circumstances I sky Exchange Fellowship at the.
and diversity of upbringing con- Weizmann Institute of Sciencel
itributed. in such a friendship, to of Rehovoth. Israel. A variety rf|
closer unity. motives entered into this decisios.1
These two men. who are al- There was first the desire |
most of an age, came into the signalize, by some appropriate
I Zionist movement from contrast- action connected with Israel. Lc*
ing worlds. Weizmann's child- I ls Lipsky's seventy-fifth birth-
. hood and boyhood were passed : day. It was also felt, howen*
in the dark, tyrannical Russia of 'that though many useful under-
the Czars. Louis Lipsky's in the
I bright freedom of America's dem-
i ocracy. Weizmann's manhood
I was a period of wandering from
Hand to land: Lipsky's was pass-
ed uniformly in his native State
of New York. Weizmann wit-
nessed the beginnings of the dis-
integration of European Jewry
Lipsky witnessed the beginnings
of the phenome
American Jewry.
takings might, in some permal
e.nt form, do honor to his nanU
something of a special natusl
was called for something tll
would express, together with the!
regard and affection of LipskT.l
friends, a personal aspect of wl
relationship to the movement. LI
would therefore be particular I
appropriate to link the names 3t
I t 1___1_ >*..'_____. !h en 3".I
Vlt '..
Child
by Mrs. A.-.na Brenner Meyers; ,U. ,
ine Zionist movement in the
and Young Hearts, reviewed bv : it-, f il,0.n,st, mov?,r!ent '" the
Lou:.- Schwartzmann. Morris .VKnlted btates. asserted Browdy,
Honigbaum is chairman of the Jlfs no9uarrel with President
nn...- D.ui.... ._____..... iruman.
Book Review committee.
Jewish Book Month will also
Truman.'
Commenting on the AJC stand,
Browdy said that "it would be
take to the air'^d television" r^chprefer.b^ j^^
Fifteen Pregnms will be heard izations that find it wcessarv ?n
fron November 23rd through De-
cember 23rd. u.-.der the super-
.,;.;,-** i. V. 1 --j*'-*- maidriee me appointment
vision of Joseph Duntov. Pro- envoy to the Vatican
grams in English will be heard
over Station WKAT on December
3rd nd WTVJ on December 4th.
under the supervision of- Mrs.
Mik:n Sirkin. Among those ap-
pearing on the air are Louis Las-
the United States on many con-
troversial matters, including for
instance the appointment of a US
envoy to the Vatican, would
speak exclusively in their own
name without dragging in the
name and prestige of the Zionist
movement. The Zionist move-
ment in the United States has no
quarrel with President Truman"
Morgenthau And Bride
Leave For Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) Former
Secretary of the Treasury Henry
Morgenthau, Jr.. head of the Is-
rael bond campaign, was married
last week to Mrs. Marcelle
Hirsch of this city in a private
ceremony performed bv Rabbi
Julius Mark of Temple Emanu-
El. The couple left for Israel im-
mediately after the ceremony.
Mr. Morgenthau is to confer
with Israel Government leaders
on American financial participa-
tion in development of Israel's in-
dustry and agriculture
Lipsky witnessed the beginnings appropriate to link the names *
of the phenomenal growth of' Lipsky and Weizmann in an en-
American Jewry j during momento oi their !rieno-
t One would have thought that ship' Thus waJ 5"" 1!
under such circumstances the of ,he Lipsky Exchange reiioi
%iotivations of these two men in ship at the Weizmann InstituU
| Zionism.- their interpretations of : of Science.
I the movement, their progress of j----------------
action would be, if not antagon- m gpMic#? flrrMiaf
.sic. then certainly at variance. l^SeWeSTO^JB
But from the time of their first
l personal meeting, at the Vienna
Congress in 1913 and even
before that when thev were al-i^ia.. unoer u -\
ready in communication with ,hTh*, Je-w.i,h,,F!r'diaVi!l j\"!
mostother vir worked in th% w.j;w,Mhembur;f tm -JVg
'"" Braphic Agancy. Stvcn Arts F""l\
Syndicata, Worldwide Newf 8"*l
National Editorial Awoeiation, Anw-i
Maociation of Englnf-J* "I
apara. Florida Pr,s Aiioc^l
does *l
most remarkable harmony. Of
Lipsky Weizmann writes in his
autobiography. Trial And Error:
Though for long periods we did
not communicate with each oth-
er, we almost invariably reached
.the same conclusions on import-
i ant problems."
| Weizmann, the child of pog-
, rom-ndden Russia, never inter-
, preted Zionism as mere relief
I from oppression; Lipsky, the child
of American freedom, never in-
terpreted Zionism as philan-
thropy for others. Both of them
saw in the rebuilding of the Jew-
ish State a historic fulfillment
based on the ancient destinies of
i.he,. Je""- sh people. Weizmann
writes: 1 found in Lipsky an
unusual combination; he was per-1
haps the leading theoretician1
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Mount Sinai Never Closes Its Doors
'ROUND THE CLOCK
MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL
Minutes can seem like hours lems could not be completely; Is there no surcease from this
. hours like years but the. solved without the assistance of j constant round of activity? Is
i on the clocks' at Mount the Hospital's trained social j there no time when everything
Sir.,. Hospital continue going workers.
'rou d and 'round; never faster
. never slower never stop-
ping Human suffering knows no
tim Illness and accidents know
n pecial hours. Mount Sinai's
d i1.; remain open 24 hours a
' ight around the clock.
V. i it has taken place at Mount
Sin,. during those hours that
have -lone by since December 5th.
194). the day it first opened its
What goes on there any
day' Every day? Right now?
The stream of a siren and the
jamming of brakes are forewarn-
has been taken care of and noth-
The operating suite on the sec-' >ng is happening or about to hap-
ond floor is ever the scene for j pen at Mount Sinai Hospital? As
drama as surgeons and their lor.g as the sick and the suffer-
highly trained nursing assistants, | mg can find relief from pain at
capped, gowned, and masked, i Mount Sinai the answer is "No".
pass from Scrub Room to Oper
ating Rooms where 4,500 major
and minor operations have been
And just so long as Mount Sinai
answers the needs of the com-
munity it serves, so long will it
performed midst their gleaming be necessary for the community
chrome and white atmosphere. Jo come to the support of the
Hispital for one cannot exist
without the other.
In the kitchens on the mezzan-
ine floor the head dietitian con-
fers with the chef on the more
Mount Sinai is celebrating its
to the entrance of Mount Sinai's
rgency Room. Immediately
nurses, doctors, blood for trans-
its, ogygen tanks, whatever
than 1,200 meals served each day second anniversary this week. It
is estimated that during its sec-
ond year of service the Hospital
will have accumulated a deficit
of $250,000 of which $93,000 will
be made up by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. To raise
the balance of the deficit,
laws Mount Sinai conducts a sep-
arate kosher kitchen.
And so it goes on endlessly,
eq;:;)inenf'or"pereonnel"7s"~re-' A laboratory technician pricks a
quired to.save life appear as if by patient's ^^- "^ "J amounting to $157,000, the Hos-
All work together as a while another reads the results of jt, will*hold its annual Jubilee
1 and as a team have admin- a tissue slide, ever on the alert Febr 28th at the Miami
't^ergency treatment to for signs of gpjffjfff-u?J2l Beach Auditorium with Leonard
10.000 cases since the open- two year period 85,000 tests were I A wj General Chairman.
the Hospital performed in the Hispital s labor- i "
Story- An X-ray is taken to de- The all-star Jubilee is the only
termine the location of a pin fund-raising event sponsored by
swallowed by a young adventur- j Mount Sinai hospital each year
er totaling 12.531 taken bv Mount j n which the community is of-
Slnai's X-ray technicians ... an I fered the opportunity to come to
engineer checks the pressure Us support so that the Hospita
gauges in the engine room j may continue its free services and
a supply of sterile bandages is ; enlarge its resources to safeguard
ov
in.;
In the nursery on the fifth
' the cry of a baby can be
I in the hushed darkness of
! arid a nurse hurries to turn
mat cry into a gurgle. The glass-
ed nursery area has been
ven for over 1,200 infants
Dorn at Mount Sinai in the two
years the institution has been es-
tablished.
checked in bv the stockroom as
sistants ... a telephone operator
i places an emergency call for
Clinic Day and an elderly drugs an oxygen therapist
in, scarcely able to walk a- -~J* a ,.aii to rush an oxygen
the health of the community.
lone, is met at the entrance to | ;"i'
tn.- Out-Patient Department by a ;le"
sm.iing. pink-clad volunteer, t| un
member of the Women's Auxil- ^n
jary whose services are evident
n many departments of the Hos-
PjwL Paying according to their
*eans, 5,700 patients have re-
Israol Soon as
1 Miniature U.S.
NEW YORK (WNS) Though
"if""V,Id^,n ,hp Phi?' p|aced in ,he vepyhcart of the
is bemg filled m^hePhar- Mjddle Eastern timber box, Is-
rael is a safety valve for the
peace of the Middle East and may
macy to be rushed to the patient
whose life may depend upon re-
ceiving it in time ... an appre-
<*>ved medical attention in the < speaks to the admitting clerk .
dinks and 1,300 cases were hand- i her husband consults with the
U-d
by Mount Sinai's Social Serv-
ice Department involving troub-
le ivople whose medical prob
hensive, prospective m o t h e r j be regarded as the most dramatic
demonstration of the superiority
of democracy over all other forms
of government, Ira Hirschmann,
blood bank technician about do-
nating his blood should an emerg-
ency arise. ___________^_
r
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one time emissary of President
Roosevelt to the Balkans, declar-
ed here at a press conference.
He said he "found in Israel
a miniature United States of
America in the making. Middle
East style" and that the young
state was veering "mbre and.
more towards Western orienta-
tion."
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IN THE MAIL
Dear Editor:
Your editorial of November
23rd, A Plea To Return, aimed at
Reformed Jewry, the Jews who
have gone "scientific" in the re-
ligious sphere, or have become
spiritually impoverished by reas-
on of having rationalized their
beliefs, is warming and good to
those who believe as you do. But
not all Jews can, and so your af-
firmations are controversial.
What "traditional" or "ortho-
dox" Judaism is can never be
pinpointed to everyone's satis-
faction. There is room for shades
of acceptance and for variations.
Our prophets were figures of
controversy and non-conformists.
Micah (8) shattered the traditions
of his day with his world-res-
sounding cry, -He hath showed
thee, O man. what is eood; and
what doth the Lord require of
thee, but to do justly, and to love
mercy, and to walk humbly with
thy God?" Formalism could nev-
er literally accept such an "an-
archic" teaching; but it is a good
and beautiful ideal worthy of the
best in man, and Judaism accept-
ed Mieah and closed ranks a-
round him. Isaiah similarly
struck at ritualism for itself
(1:11-16), "Your new moons and
your appointed feasts my sotil
hateth."
Do not categorically say out of
the synagogue with those who are
not in agreement with you. W
are Jews and brother all and ac-
ceptable to God in Whom we all
believe. Rather let us say to all
the World: Come in with us. We
are way-showers.
There is strength for Jewry in
such an attitude, and it is better
than the shame of seeing apos-
tates from us "practicing" Chris-
tian Science, Unitarianism or
Catholicism.
Very truly yours.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
V
HELEN ALPERT
30.1951
Lynn Rabin Weds Louis Wolfson In D014]
Ring Ceremony Beneath Bower or Roses
A marriage that was preceded by seven social event*. heM
honor of the bride and groom took place last November 2lst "
in the Imperial Room of the Roney Plaza Hotel. Miami B~eaeh 8
R his Jacob Kaplan and Max Shapiro officiated at a dn m
ring ceremony that united Mi.-.- Lynn Rabin, daughter of Mr h
Mrs Alrin Lipit:
Wishman, Lipitz Wed
In Pre-Ovcrseas
Marriage Ceremony
rerseaa i-ders canceled an
-illy scheduled spring wed-
linj -.eld instead last October
The ceremony, officiated by
Rabl Irving Lehrman. united :r.
: o.T.ije Miss Sheiia A. wil
- ft AJvtn H Lipit/
bride is the daughter of
' Mr- Leo Wishman. 1134
SW 9th Stre, I She is vice
f the Star Chapter. B'nai
B'rith. Sgt. 1
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AVEN
Going formal? 'rlS
FcTiai Wear
that is fresh.y
cleaned, smartly
styled, properly
fitted.
Cc~olete outfits
mc dmg shoes.
FASCINATING DISCUSSION launched by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff at the Tony Loeb's on Thanksgiving night ignited plenty
pleasant arguing. Topic was the creative processand when does
and artist know when to stoo? Max Drossin maintained that
a good creative gent knows when he's done his best, then stops.
Drossin. former interior decorator, now makes his home here with
his wife Rae and sculptors in between times Attentive ears
were lent by Ada Greenfield and the Ed Mandells. By the way.
Mrs. Greenfield s newest "America's a Beautiful Word" has been
set to beautiful music by Arthur Siegel. He's the Eddie Cantor
pianist .
A killer, and fit for a hit nightclub routine is Florence KuUen's j
account of her jalopy. Her pop calls it Leaping Lena Her tales j
will knock out >our transmission and paralyze your clutchjust i
wot happened to the Kctzen Kar!
SECOND JUBILEE:
Leonard Wien again heads Mt Sinai's February 28th Night of I
, Stars Never thought to see it in such cute actionbut there it
was. at the hospital's press luncheon, when someone said, looking
; around his end of the table: I'm in pretty rich company here"
nd Sam Blank and Max Orovitz turned to Jake Sher to say. "Jake. ,
they're talking about you" and Jake turned to Sam Katz to say.
"Sam. they're talking about you!" Katz bought a boat which New ,
York friends confided to Sam Blank is the handsomest thing afloat..
. Gclf-tjnned Katz celebrated a family Thanksgiving on it.
i ON THE BEAT:
Back from opening a new office in New York is Steven Green-
wald. Spouse Audrey is fine, showing no signs of that auto acci-
dent, and looking very jungle-ish in a leopard blouse Th*
season prances in with the arrival of Ros and R. L. Schwarti .
Famous George Pomaranti heads the Nautilus dining room. As
you know, he retains an interest in his Pomeroy's Already.
Herb Gtmbel is up to the hilt in business. It's been galloping .
WHILE I REMEMBER for people like Mrs. Joseph Shapiro
and Miroj Retskm. I see THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN is running a
picture -f me. Mrs Shapiro revealed that she'd always thought I'm
a big fat ladyand Mirru confidentially murmured she never knew
what to think: (The picture reallv doesn't look as much like me
:.- : .
IT'S NEWS:
Absolute ruling by all the airlines now allows only one folder
on Miami Beach hotels. This stains from last year's insane predica-
mentwhen tourists dropped in to seek a little information, and
staggered off under 59 separate, different packages and tours.
Airlines claim their willing vacationers turned into wild-ayed
scholars, bent and baffled under a ton of confusing rates, rooms,
site! Half of em crept away to spend the rest of the year trying
to make uo their minds'.
ROUND-UP:
B>-a if Cur.:- p! w.ng on to mem-
Mate who nabbed his
. lant Saul Hei i slued his teeth into
. Ritter Levin- n flipped a neat turn with
bot: eing compar.% mployment bureau .". Henry
C ive, with multiple cards fur his laundry Jesse Weiss, who not
iled himself aft but sw I veral others
pany and Max Paul. Last time, Paul swapped a pint
I r a membership. I told ya there, was blood in this

SPECIALS:
M irris Alp all new Hadassah members get feted
at various parties and teas:n their honor. She's co-ordinator in
Greater Miami Hadassah drive To date, 9 groups report over
500 gals. Their Oneg Shabbat is Friday eve at Tifereth Israel North
Side Temple, with Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. Wanna know Mrs. Al-
pert's goal? It's 5.000 .
LATEST FAD finds squads of husbands invading that bakery
on Coral Way which wafts such delicious bagel smellsto bring
, hot bagels right out of the oven to midnight snacks on bridge tables.
| Ov. Oaken says he enjoys and welcomes their visits, tour-
ing them from oven to oven. That's his wife out front, assisted by
ister. Sophie Malkoanother of the cutest, youngest grandmas
in captivity' The Oaken I Arnold. 20. red-head at the U. of
Chattan cga; and Myron, 18.
j JOTS ON THE SPOT:
Comedian Larry Wilde sunning on the beachto bake out his
sore throat that day. Friends fondly remember his sensational 7-
Iweek run as the Sea Gull's emcee. His personal spotlight is in Feb-
arywhen he graduates from the U. ol Miami Photographer
I Ken Laurence preparing to ankle Miami for New York .
LONGTIME apartment owners on Miami BeachAbe and
Betty Lippman. noted for their unusual pride in their property
. PEOPLE WHO KNOW are excited to see that Hilliard Joseph
became president of the Miami Beach Residential Owners' Asso-
ciation. This proves they're a smart organizationactivating a
brilliant man. The Josephs were powers in Pennsylvania political
circles .
NEW YORK FLASH that Benjamin Schneider is no longer in
his post at thi United Service for NY .V i ricans Ran
bably kn 'he Service's incisive Anna G. Kaufman.
tor And via 1 mg-distai e from Anna con.es her
to our A! Comanor of the Jewish S
iu Al. they all claim they mi :.!
TO IRVING CYPEN: So very sorry I was unable to attend
your cocktail party for Dan McCarty. Please give me another
chance!
MIND OVER MATTER:
You .. Seymour Blumentl......I n: "Come
For him I'm ags
tt aold by San Gertri r. I believ<
trisl hurrying down the street ,
W i a friend. Answer, in short pant- "1
a house-call "
Okayso if you've got a funnier one. mail it in. You can
have all the creditjust let me tell the jokes!
Joseph Rabin. 1446 Lenox
Avenue, and Louis Wolfson, son son and Mrs. Char!! r,nln;
of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-, Father of the :ideEro'^
son. 5030 North Bay Road. Rings Mitchell Wuifsor "
used were formerly worn by the ; Th h man.
bridegroom's late grandparents., ,,.,' d H;?"
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph M. Cohen, mar' Harold Levif. r.arles Gold.
married 50 years ago in Pensa- f^'^^ ," !:,":- Dr. Wil.
cola wJol%ff?n- Jr H: -d Wo'f
>_ a u k r son and Mitchell Wolfson u
The bride, escorted by her, M j Jr
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letage was of pearl-bordered il-1 zer
lusion net with lace forming the j _
neckline. A floor-length bouf-; Follow'ng the ceren ony. a re.
fant skirt was made of satin. Her !" ** h^ld !" he ^^
only jewelry was a diamond pen- Lounge of the Roney Plaza Hotel.
darit. A coronet of alencon lace j White doves in golden cages wtri
held the three-tiered ivory, floor- > surrounded by golden rosette
length veil of illusion. The bridal j plants and fountains. Among the
bouquet was of cattleya in a 1275 guests present were Dr. Wil-
sheath of lilies of the valley. ; liam Q. Wolfson. Ann Arbor, and
The vows were pledged in the Richard Wolfson. New York. 0th-
Imperial Room, which was trans- ers present were Mrs. Sidorua
formed into a bower of gold rap- Wolff. Mrs. Lillian Holberg, Paul
ture roses and vellow carnations.
An arch of the same flowers was
over the dias.
Maid of honor was the bride-
groom's sister. Miss Frances Lou-
ise Wolfson. She wore a dress of
gold taffeta, short, wing-cuffed
sleeves and a flared skirt. All at-
tendants wore accessories to
match their gowns. Bridesmaids
and matrons were Miss Mildred
Zalka. Miss Sheila Zalka. Mrs.
Harold Levin. Mrs. Robert WOSI-
Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Blumberg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
and Miss Nar.cy Fink. Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Kugeknan, Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus Cohn. Mr and Mrs.
David Falk, Frank MandtlL Mr!
and Mrs. Herman R bbins. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Montague and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rabin.
The newly weds art honey-
mooning in Mexico. They mil
reside at 125 SE 12th. Street, on
their return Decembei 2nd.
Louts Wolfson
%
iirdines
invites you to an
AUTOGRAPH PARTY
Monday December 3 12:30 1:30 p.m-
Theodore Pratt, author oi "The Barefoot Mailman". no*
having its premier movie showing in Miami, will be
at Burdine's to autograph copies of his books inc
his latest novel "The Big Bubble" concerning Florida s
growth.
Burdine's. Books. Second Floor


FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1951
Personally Speaking
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Belvin Friedson 9n
SW 23rd Street, last Monday a, the Jackson Memorial Zp'S
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Friedson
* *
Mr and Mrs. Ben Giller of 1220 Pennsylvania Avenue, an-
on England96"16 "* Marsha11' ** Bradlaw.
*.* *
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller, Mr. and Mrs r,-r.Q tvn j
:,: =d M,s. Me, Cran. have J5b& c^e,^",
a weekend in Puerto Rico. Hc""'g
* *
Celebrating their son Jackie's second birthday with a party
this Sunday are Bernard and Irma Rosenblatt of 220 SW Slst
Avenue Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman will be
r.mong those present. c
* *
Sgt. Herbert B. Geltner has returned to his Marine Base in
Pensacola after spending the weekend with his parents and
family. In Photography School during the past four months, he
will soon resume his duhes at Cherry Point where he has b^e-i
sictioned since leaving Miami in October, 1950
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Hershkowitz, of 6376 SW 10th Street
are leaving February 8th on the Independence for a 54-day
-T1Sew t!U ? i T Udf a* Vish in IsraeL M*- and Mrs
Max Winkler, of Long Island, New York, and Mr and Mrs
Harry Green, of Brooklyn, New York, will accompany them. '
^* "^ ^
Paul and Frances Enfield. 1323 West Avenue. Miami Beach
-r.nounce the birth of their son. Theodore Herbert, who arrived '
r.: St. Francis Hospital last Sunday. Grandparents are Henry'
end Alice Enfield. J
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Siegel of 922 SW 2nd Street, will celebrate
their daughter Ona s second birthday this Sunday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Applebaum have returned from the
North and are now at home at the Tuxedo Park Apartments,
Miami Beach.
* *
,^r,-nd Mrs- Sidney Boeninger and son. Gene, formerly |
c: 438 Malaga Avenue, have moved to their new home at 5900 !
Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables.

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I'nivorsity Students' iLauretz, Levine
Betrothal Announced Betrothal Told
n^Heaermcut,5t their d;*uBhter. Mr. and Mrs. Morris William
Sandra, to Sheldon C. Green, was LauretZ. of 3600 SW 10th Street
announced recently by Mr. and Miami, announce tnl SSi
of their daughter. Eileen Fran-
! ccs. to Murray I. Levine, son of
I Mrs. Jacob Levine, 3710 SW 27th
Street.
The bride-elect has been re-
siding in Miami for thi n isi year
and is formerly from the Bronx
New York, where she atti
the College of the City of New
York. She is a member of the
Miami Unit of Junior Had*!
the Coral Gables Young Adult
Group and the Compass Club.
Mr Levine, a Miami resident
for the last twelve years, is with
the Samson Block Company of
Miami and Homestead. He a
member of the Scottish Rites
Hibiscus Lodge, the Coral Gal -
lea Young Adult Group and Mi-
ami Beach Masada.
Hyman, Cassel Vows
Head In Afternoon
Miss Phyllis Hyman, daughter
of the Charles H. Hyman-. New
York, was married recently to
Beach Center
Opens Museum
Miss Sandra Rosnej
Samuel Friedland, president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
announces the re-openinfc
Mrs. Abe Rosncr, 1460 West Av- Centers Jewish Museum on Sun
enue. Miami Beach. rZ^^Z3^ at 3 t"?' Mr
m r*. ., t-nartcs Fruchtman is chairman
Mi. Green is the son of Mr. of the Museum Committee
and Mrs. Art Green, National The museum is the only per-
Hotel, Miami Beach. manent branch in the United
Miss Rosr.cr is vice president of flt%S ."!' uhe J,'wis'- Musi Mr. and Mrs. Marwin Cassel
Kft Alpha Pi sorority, secretary n^Semin^' ?'
\ r r> .. ~ ^>.. j,iidi beminarv of Amenta pnd
of the Panheilenic Council and will r, main open regularly for
secretary of Hillel Council at the the public.
University of Miami. Her fiance, Visitors to the must urn
who previously attended William fin<1 a variety of breastplates,
and Mary College, is als, .. stud- t^T ,nmonim' Torah I*"?* rs
, ., roian wrappers, esroe i
ent at the University of Miami Pesach trays' Elija cups.
where he is a member of Alpha written Meggilot, C
Epsilon Pi fraternity and Alpha 11*mP"j antlt:n! .Shaforot, Sabbath
Phi Omega.
Personable lady desires to -JF""' SglTell We*
interesting gentleman 40 or over. 'A'clAt.' I'OP i\ 88891]
A double ring ceremony offici-
wilh object companionship or
matrimony. Write B. C, Box
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united in marriage Miss Pearl
Pritt and Sorrell Sanders last
Saturday evening.
The wedding was held in Lin-
coln Manor. Miami Beach.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pritt. 401-92nd
Street, Miami Beach. She was
given in marriage by her father.
wearing a white chantilly lace
gown with lace overskirt that ex-
tended into a train. Her bodice
was of long sleeves and a net
' yoke with lace collar. A crown
of orange blossoms holding her
| net veil and a cascade bouquet of
white tuberoses completed her
ensemble.
Mrs. Shirley Gross was her sis-
ter's matron of honor. The bride-
groom's sister. Miss Elaine San-
ders, acted -as maid oi honor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Alma
Press and Miss Rhea Kiener.
while Miss Lois Sanders was jun-
| ior bridesmaid. Rene Gross.
wearing a yellow and aqua net
dress, carried the flowers com-
posed of rose petals.
Jene Ehrlick was best man and
, Michael Kiener. ring bearer.
lelabra, Kiddish cups, circum-
cision sets, amulets, ornamental
wedding rings, teffilin and pray-
I -book cases.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will con-
ducl the initial tour ol
Therefater, the museum w
open to the general public and
to school groups and organiza-
tions where guided tours will be
conducted by members of the
PTA Museum Committee on Sun-
das- mornings from 10 to 12 noon.
Monday and Wednesday from 3
i to 5 p.m.. and Tuesday a .-. d
1 Thursday from 8 to 10 p.m.
Marwin S. Cassel in an
noon ceremony at Temp!
Dr. Joseph R. Narot officiated,
with Donald Kaplan and Leonard
Treister acting as witnesses.
The newly wed couple's honey-
moon includes a week in San
Juan and a flight to the Virgin
Islands. Thev will entertain at a
reception in their home, 410 NE
17th Street. Mil mi, following
their return.
Mr. Cassel is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irwin M. Cassel. Mrs.
Cassel is the ser, Mana-
Zucca.
Miss Doris Kasow, president
of the Miami Unit of Junior
Hadassah. elected delegate to
the organization's National
Convention held at the Hotel
Stailer, Boston. Massachusetts,
last week. Miss Kasow is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Kasow. 2100 SW 21st Av-
enue.
Herzel Group, Hadassah
Beth David Offers
Adult Series Courses
The Beth David Congregation
| announces its Adult Series for
i members and parents of students
attending the Religious School
which takes place every Sunday
morning from 10 to 12."
The courses presented are Con-
versational Hebrew. Mr. Louis
Gadon, instructor; Folk Melodies.
Cantor Maurice Mamches, in-
structor: and a course in Jewish
History during the H < ..:. ..:.,.
Syrian period: Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, instructor.
This series will continue during
the winter months.
Beach B'nai B'rith
The weekly luncheon mi
of the Miami Beach Lodge No.
1591. B'nai B'rith. will be hi I I
The Herzl Group of Hadassah Tuesday. December 4th. 12:15
Will climax its membership drive p.m., at the National Hotel.
A reception followed the cere- with an Oneg Shabbat to be giv-
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ing, 7:30 p.m.. at the Beth El
'. in, 500 SW 17th Aven-
ue, Mian i,
A Special Meeting of the Asa
D will follow on Monday.
TWENTY. FIFTH ANN \ERSARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BITTER. Conductor
MENUHIN
THIRD CONCERT
Sunday. Dec. Sth. f. M.B. Aud
Monday, Dec. 10th, 8:K D.ide Co. Aud
Blnst* Tickets J3.CE Hi 2.16
1.85 1.54 at all U ot M. Ticket Offices
Call S7-4960 5-0477 for furticr information
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'Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1951, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
li^wiislbJEIliDipidliigup
MIAMI, FLORIDA,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1951
B.-.l
c MIDDLE EAST: Specula-
;,:..,rts on Israel's willing-
' ; unwillingness to partici-
.ii the Middle East Com-
'n \ rlcan press for sometime
. However, the longer
i,tl maintains its present pol-
the clearer it becomes in
ton of how important it
in get Israel to join the com-
nd It is an established fact
the Middle East, Israel
,. martst, after Turkey, to
jig what Western minds con-
e: a military power ... It is
ieved that-Israel has a trained
I of about 12 divisions,
i her active forces are
i to be only about 35,000
present ... It is assum-
Israel could defend the
ian depression and provide
-Hiking forces to frus-
ssible Soviet airborne
. outside of her own bor-
: rovided Wester Powers
pie equipment available
Ai-o taken into consideration
i | that Israel has excell-
;illed labor able to make
and to provide assem-
| repair shops for aircraft.
. and vehicles of all kinds,
i ned It is also known
Washington that despite the
! ion orientation of the
party, public dpinion in
;i' 1 is overwhelmingly pro-
stern ... On the other hard,
:- c lear that among the Arab
ntries only Jordan can be
sidered a dependable ally by
Western Powers .This is
0 bring realized in London .
wonder that some circles in
ndon suggest frogetting the
ab countries for a while, and
nging Turkey, Greece and Is-
I together without delay into
di tensive alliance in which
I would also participate .
ritain. the United States and
THE DOMESTIC FRONT: Amer-
CM organizations raising funds
| lor Israel | should deposit their
funds for future commitments in
brae] bonds instead of American
[banks, so that Israel would get
the benefit of foreign exchange
. This request will be pressed
by the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Fundds at its
General Assembly in Chicago this
week end (November 30th De-
cember 2nd) ... The Council
will also urge that agencies in
Israel should set up supervisory
j boards such as govern the affairs
i of American communal organiza-
I tions More complete audits
| of the financial operations of ag-
encies spending American funds
in Israel has been requested by
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds This
ha.- been undertaken and is now
in progress The CJFWF also
| urges that the Jewish National
; Fund's program of land purchase
;and afforestation should be shift-
ed to concentrate on productivity
I for food which Israel needs so
j badly The Council also de-
! mands that a system of investi-
gation and supervision should be
I established among yeshivoth and
j other traditional institutions in
j Israel to raise their standards
... One of the most important
! suggestions advocated by the
| Council is that holders of Israeli
bonds should not use them to
pay pledges to Jewish welfare
funds, since no new income
would go to Israel from such pay-
ment ... It will be revealed at
the Assembly in Chicago that
the Jewish federations and wel-
fare funds throughout the United
States have raised more than
S140.000.00 this year .
SEC. B
Orchestra Lists
3,531 Patrons
A summary of the University
of Miami ^Symnhony Orchestra
subscription sale growth shows
that between 1934 and 1940
there was a slow increase of 949
patrons. During the 6 year period,
the su: scription list rose from a
meager total of 45 to 994.
P.rior to the 1934 low, between
the years of the University's
founding and 1933. only dona-
tions and single-ticket sales fos-
tered the orchestra.
A total of 547 new subscrip-
tions enlarged the symphony's
patron 'group between 1945 and
1950. the post war figures leap-
ing from 1.406 to 1,953. With Sun-
day afternoon concerts subse-
quently moved to the Miami
Bi ai h Auditorium, the seating
capacity before which the orches-
tra could play increased from 2,-
574 seats to 4.821.
The most recent change in
schedule, as a result of which
Miami Senior High School per-
formances have been moved to
the Dade County Auditorium, has
increased audience capacity to 035. The current subscription list
shows a total of 3,531 patrons. 1.-
431 of whom attend the Miami
Beach performances.
Among artists performing with
the orchestra this year will be
! Yehudi Menuhin, Artur Rubin
stein, Gregor Piatigorsky, Mischa
Elman, William Kapell, Igor Go-
rin and Helen Traubel.
Music, Art League
Elects New Officers
The Miami Beach Music and
Arts League held its first annual
meeting recently at the Delano
Hotel. Ruth Brotman. founder of
the League presided.
Elected to office were: William
Geiger, president; Ruth Brotman,
executive vice president; Edward
Mandell. Herbert Bromberg and
Anyuta Melicov. vice presidents,
respectively: Audrcv Edrick fi-
nancial secretary: Sallie Brom-
berg, recording secretary: and
Betty Hallum and Rita Gordon.
corresponding sec n taries.
The Hoard of Directors are:
Daniel Bjeeskin, Dr. M. B. Cirlin,
Barry Davis, Elizabeth Fishbsin,
Mrs. Alvin Fox, Vice Consul of
the Dominican Republic. John
Freeman, Charles Lee, Harold
Shapiro. Sydney Sohmer and
Paula Warsaw.
S ho htm IahIuv
Hears Ai Ro*4>n
Al "Flip" Rosen, star of the
Cleveland Indians Baseball team,
, will be guest speaker at the
Sholi m Lodge, B'nai B'rith week-
ly Luncheon Club, today, 12
noon.
The group meets every Friday
at the Seven Seas Restaurant.
Jerome H. Weir.kle. president,
| has appointed Marx Fahcr gen-
eral chairman of the fund-raising
I social affair to be held on De-
'eember 23rd. at the Clover Club.
I_________________________________________________________
Young Adult League
PI e Young Adult League will
present a Champagne Dance at
thi Ji wisli Community Center to-
morrow evening, 8:30 p.m.
Al o scheduled is a short bus-
iness .meeting for Monday eve-
ning. 8:30 p.m.. at the Center. A
film will follow.
Uuldivs' Club To
]ear Dr. Litowitz
Dr. Robert Litowitz, ortho-
fc.-.' will address the Daddies'
ub of the Hebrew Academy on
hat My Hebrew Education Has
eant To Me, on Monday even-
g. 8 p.m., in the Cromwell Ho-
I. Presiding will be Irving Fir-
I Descendant of a rabbinical fam-
y. Dr. Litowitz studied at the
Dhns Hopkins University and at
ornell University.
feth David Supper
A committee met recently at
he home of Mrs. Phil Abrams
discuss plans for the annual
Jtth David New Year's Eve Sup-
Dance. Mrs. Abrams will
bair the event to be held Mon-
I ning, December 31st, at
tit Coi gregation. Steve Kessler's
tra will perform. A mid-
Buffet Supper will also be
I :
few Men's Club
A social evening of the newly
zed Men's Club of'Miami
v School and Congrega-
ti.. will take place in the Syna-
on Monday, December 3rd.
p.m.
Friedman Attends
Varied Functions
Milton Friedman presided at a
meeting of the officers of all Dad-
dies Associations of Dade Coun-
ty schools held at the Coral Way
School last night.
The next regular meeting of
the Coral Way Daddies Associa-
tion, of which Friedman is presi-
dent, will be on Monday evening,
December 3rd. Coach George
Trogden of the University of Mi-
ami will speak.
As National Commissioner of
B'nai B'rith (Friedman partici-
I pated in six functions during the
past week. They included the
| Sholem Chapter, B'nai B'rith
I Women, the Workers Breakfast
! lor the Hillel Foundation capital
funds drive, an installation at
j Sharet Chapter, B'nai B'rith, a
contest at Clara Hirsch Landau
iB'rai B'rith Young Women, the
! Betch Chapter, B'nai B'rith
i Young Women, and the Tropical
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women.
View >laiinoiiil's
At Adult Institute
Guide To The Perplexed by
MaimonidtSr will be discussed at
the Adult Institute of Jewish
Studies by Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky of the Beth Tfilah Congre-
gation, on Monday, December
3rd, at 9 p.m.
The Institute meets on Mon-
days and Wednesdays from 8 to
10 p.m., at the Beth David Con-
gregation.
Ihe Institute courses are offer-
ed annually to the Jewish com-
munity of Miami and are spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
j Education and Jewish congrega-
tions and centers of Miami.
Secretary of State Dean Acheson. Heft), will receive the 19S1
Gold Medal of Metit of the Jewish War Veterans of the United
States of America, The award will be made at a dinner in the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, on Sunday evening.
December 30. Mr. Acheson will be honored for "distinguished
services in uniting the free world for peeca." Albert M. Green-
field fright), of Philadelphia. Pa., business leader and founder
of the Albert M. Greenfield Institute of Human Relations of the
University of Pennsylvania, is cha:rman of the dinner honoring
Mr. Acheson.

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Students of the school will per-
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Blind Man Proves Efficiency
By LEO MINDLIN
iJawtob SlorMlan News Editor)
Stubby but sensitive hands are
eyes of Phillip Pullara. His
tawny, neatly combed hair does
not become unkempt when he
ws his head back to laugh at
8 told bv working men sur-
rounding him. The sun catches his
. lures, and it becomes apparent
he is blind.
Pullara works at the E. B. Ma-
Mattress Company. He
twine-ties springs with swift fin-
g< is. operating with no more
(-itation than is apparent in the
: iinner of his co-workers. I
picked him out at a distance.
It was easy," I said, shaking
is hand. "It seems you have eyes
i. 11 around you."
Most men are blind," Pullara
philosophized. He returned to the
mass of coils on a table before
him, knitting his brows as if he
were peering intently. "I lost
mine slowly while at school. It's
not too bad. They had me at bas-
k< t-weaving in an institute after
that. Did you ever weave bas-
kets?"
Pullara waited for no answer;
the conversation bored him. A
Spanish-accented foreman told a
tale of love and woe over which
veryone roared. I took some pho-
tographs while Pullara tied down
prings. moving from one end of
ta:l2 to the other. He went to
,. keg for more twine, then came
ck shrugging his" shoulders.
People have to sleep," he said,
d speeded his pace up. "Let's
pet going. Why am I so impor-
tant, Mister?"
I couldn't answer for the mo-
ment and only formulated a
worthwhile reply later in my
office. Leo Axlrod, president of
the Miami Chamber of Commerce
Disabled Placement Committee,
traired Pullara as an upholsterer
at his Empire Furniture Com-
pany, motivated by the desire to
set handicapped men maintaining
their dignity through the essen-
tial ability to support themselves.
1 couldn't tell Pullara ((the frail
;.nswer to his question I didn't
voice) that he was an oddity. Axl-
rod expressed the more immedi-
ate reason.
It seems we have finally come
up with a decent counter-sugges-
tion to old Socrates who insisted
that the physically incapacitated
be put out to die. Sympathy, our
most recent alternative, denied
their instincts while salving our
vn. Training which integrates
the handicapped usefully into our
communities proves to be the
most constructive alternative of
all.
Axlrod envisions a revolution
in attitude. His industry's periodi-
cal, The Bedding Magazine, soon
to carry Pullara's story, may
cause other manufacturers to take
on handicapped men.
Pullara, himself, has acquired a
mission. He wants to teach his
:rade. Meanwhile, he works at
Malone's, ties springs for his com-
munity's comfort and thinks of
the evening and his three chil-
dren.
' I like to watch television with
them," he says.
Watch?" I wondered timidly.
Me, I listen," he explains. "I'm
a Rreat listener. A man sees more
that way."
His co-workers, I recall, nod-
ded significantly. They feel Pul-
lara no burden. He carries his
own responsibilities, asks for and
receives no favors. He is really
not blind at all; it remains for us
to see that.
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fate of a Chanukah Supper and
poncort sponsored by the Pion-
Women, club No. 2, Miami
Peach. /
Refreshments for the affair will
|* furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Joe
untzes. Proceeds are scheduled
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R 8 P-m.. at the Center, 5720 SW
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Blae Liddle of the University
t '"'ami is in charge of produc
Opera Guild off Greater .Miami
presents
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S Jtz, regional president
southern region of Juni
Hadassah. who explained the
nd projects of the organ-
izati :. Mrs, Soltz is a member of
the Mian-.: Beach chapter and is
original charter n
k if a Board of Education
led of community leaders.,
As part o: Ht r\v A. ademy .
W ek, the Academy's Room '
M then, meeting or. Wednesday
of Mrs. Alexander
Kapan. heard a panel discussion
k rated bv Lynn Morrow.
lie Relations Director of,
WTVJ: Is n .-. ^ .sion Good or My
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Mod tor for tl quizs will be
Dr. A iiiestions on
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Bible. The pan
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"13 years of age. Te.>
will be re; i
re Joshua Stadlan. Harry I
Perach and Pinchas Zalish. The
rung child expert will be
warded with ar. Israel bond. A
itation will also go to the
represented.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will op-
en the evening with greetings.
followed by greetings from Bur-
nett Roth, chairman of the Acad-
err.y Dinner, including highlights
of the School's year, scheduled
for Copa City. December 16th.
This will be the occasion also)
for the Academy's presentation
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Signing tha officiel proclamation which established this wU
Hebrew Academy Week is Miami Beach Mayor D L-. p !
With him are '(right) Rabbi Alexander S. Gross the A-a-
principal, and Irving Firlel. president of the Hebrew ArtT
Dadies' Club. The special week commemorates the hurt?-
of the school's progress. >"
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head various divisions in this
project include Mrs. Sam Cohen.
president, Mrs Harry Genet.
vice president, Mrs Samuel Hein-
hard. Mrs Samuel Grundwerg,
Mrs, Louis Makovsky, Mrs. Jo-
seph Shapiro and Mrs. Jerry-
van.
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t.-.e :ir=: Sunday c: eve:-/
month ever station WFEC,
s**uJJfl : 0 mes What
Are The Challenges And Tasks
which American Jewry Must
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[viet Warns Israel
jainst Near East Pact
hoSCOW (WNS) A warn-
to Israel and the Arab states
^t joining the proposed Mid-
Eastern defense arrangement
1 sounded this week by the
U i Government in notes
[did by acting Foreign Minis-
J Andrei A- Gromyko to repre-
Itatives of five Middle East
(turns in Moscow.
Clarifying the Soviet attitude
|KI the defense arrangement,
i notes said Russia considered
.. arrangement hostile to its in-
Lsts because it was evidence
ive intent and designed
organize military basts in the
{die Sasl for use against the
,iri Union.
Ifereth Israel Sisters
Ite Rabbi Mescheloff
fri. Sisterhood of Tifereth Is-
Northside Center was hos-
lasl Monday night to over
people who came to hear
bbi Moses Mescheloff deliver
address on his recent trip to
hel,
Reverend George Goldberg,
ritual leader of the Center,
[coined the Rabbi.
>uis Gadon Welcomed
Che Hebrew Teachers Associa-
)n of Greater Miami last night
Jdered a Welcome-Back to its
fesident, Louis Gadon, who rec-
Ttlv returned from representing
Association at the National
tbr Id in Boston. The gathering
J>k place in the Miami Beach
Irish Center.
fcervation of religious liberty,"
resolution said.
Voice Opposition
To Vatican Envoy
Dr. Horace Kallen, professor of
philosophy at the New School for
Social Research, said Catholics in
the United States would be plac-
ed in an anomalous and difficult
position if the Vatican were to
be recognized as a political as
well as a religious power.
Shad Polier, vice president of
the American Jewish Congress,
argued that the American Prot-
estant community, which had sid-
ed with Jews on other phases of
the church and state argument,
was waiting for Jewish organiza-
tions to express themselves open-
ly on the issue. Opponents of the
resolution contended it was not
expedient and would merely pro-
voke a controversy with the Cath-
olic Church.
The convention also charged
that "the principle of separation
of church and state is being ser-
iously threatened in the U.S. to-
day." Citing the attempts to ex-
tend religious instruction and ob-
servance in the public schools, to
secure public funds for the sup-
port of parochial institutions, and
to utilize public institutions for
sectarian purposes as serious ex-
amples of the way this attack
was being made, the delegates
opposed the allocation of public
funds for any sectarian purpose.
"As Americans unconditionally
committed to the preservation of
democratic freedom and as Jews,
in whose history religion has
played a dominant role, the
American Jewish Congress is
deeply concerned with the main-
tenance of the principle of separ-
ation of church and state and the
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Israeli Force
Volunteer Dies
Ted Gibson, Jr., a Miami resi- f"
dent who fought in the Japanese
Theater during World War I!
and who subsequently volun-
teered for duty in the Israeli Mr
Force, died last Saturday in a
cargo plane crash at Zurich,
Switzerland.
Son of the Rev. and Mrs T. H.
Gibson, 3188 SW 23rd Terrace,
Gibson attended local schools in-
cluding the University of Miami.
During Israel's War ol Liberation,
he .helped train fliers while on
missions against the enemy. He
later became a pilot for the Is-
raeli El Al Air Line, and on his
last flight, he was carrying a
cargo of textiles from Te
to Amsterdam.
Resolutions of sympathy were
read by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
president of the Jewish National
Fund Council at a meeting yes-
terday. The resolutions, which
call for the establishment of a
grove of a thousand trees in Is-
rael in memroy of the hero, were
unanimously adopted.
Gables Center Fetes
Jewish Book Month
An exhibition of Jewish books
from the Library of Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop will mark the cele-
bration of National Jewish Book
Month at the Coral Gables Jew-
ish Center.
Copies of the Bible in various
languages, the Talmud, Midrash,
writings of Saadia Gaon, Moses
Maimonides, Codes of Jewish
Law, works ol Israel Zangwill,
Emma Lazarus, Theodore Herzl,
Moses Hess, Ludwig Lewisohn,
Shalom Asch and many modern
Jewish works will be on display.
A report given before the
Council of Organizations of the
local Bonds of Israel Commit-
tee last Sunday at the Royal
Palm Hotel revealed that 91.-
008,400 in bonds have been
sold since the drive's incept:
last May 1st. South Florida's
total at this point is $1,028,900.
Latest figures on the national
campaign show that sales are
beyond the S90.000.000 mark.
| Gables Young Adults
An informal Indian Dance will
be presented by the Coral Gables
Young Adults tomorrow evening,
8:30 p.m., at the Center.
BANISH
DRY WOOD
Heth El Sinters
Honor Mvmhvrs
New members who were hon-
ored at the Annual Beth El Sis-
terhood Tea last Tuesday were
the Mesdames Esther Egherman,
Ida Goldfarb, Jenny Popover,
Sarah Rosenbloom, Sally Rutkin
and Beatrice Tambor.
Feature of the tea was a play-
let explaining the importance of
joining the Beth El Sisterhood.
Mrs. Jacob E. Tambor, who wrote
and directed the play, was chair-
man of the event. Mrs. William
Swimmer and Mrs. Max Rappa-
port were co-chairman.
Esther Chapter, AJC
An open meeting of the Esther
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, will take plate on Monday
evening. December 3rd, at 8 p.m.
Robert Strassburg, music direc-
tor of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will review Songs We
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The slogan for the tea is Mem-
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Temple Beth Sholom, will be
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Mayor Chelsie J. Senerchia is shown feted by Col. Michael
M. Isenberg and a group of his workers al a house and garden
parly at the Isenberg home in celebration of his victory a* the
polls. Iser.berg was one of the first oersons in the city to induce
Senerchia to run for City Commissioner following his discharge as
City Manager, and not only was on his executive committee in
planning the campaign, but oersonally organized anc commanded
the volunteer force of workers that contributed to making the 59th
and 60lh Precincts the highest in the enti-.a city thus setting an
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l.roups Augmenting Mount Sinai's Activities
Sharet Chapter Gives
Funds To Veterans
The day room of the Veterans'
Hospital will benefit by half the
funds collected at Sharet Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women's Card
and Mali Jong Party, Monday
evening, December 3rd, at 8 p.m.
The affair will be held at the
Home Milk Company Hostess
Room, 2451 NW 7th Avenue. Lor-
raine Kahlenberg is chairman.

Miss Melicov To
4mo To Sarasota
Anyuta Melicov, 1st vice pres-
ident of the Miami Music Teach-
ers' Association, leaves on Sun-
day to attend the Florida State
Music Teachers' Convention to
be held in Sarasota, December
2nd through 4th.
Miss Melicov will bring back
a report on the Guy Maier piano
master classes. Mr. Maier is an
internationally known piano ped-
agogue.
Ardmore Studio
Mrs. Albert Seidon, President, Mrs. Jerry Rosenihal. Secretary,
and Mrs. Mauric Orovitz. Treasurer.
Opera Guild Spends $76,000
Seated, left to right: Mr*. Maurice Oroviix, Mrs. Jerry Rosenthal. Mrs. Ed Cowan. Mrs. Abe
Libman. Mrs. Henry Goldman, Mrs. Larry Rosenberg. Mrs. Sam Coolik. Standing, left to right-
Mrs. Lewir Capland. Mrs. Lee Kupper. Mrs. Bernard Salxburg, Mrs. Milford Purcell. Mrs. Albert
Seiden, Mrs. William Cspland, Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin. Mrs. Harold Salomon.
Members of the Blanche Cowan
Sewing Group (srfown above) j
have donated 75 handmade artic- i
Ies, including children's dresses, ;
suits, aprons, tray sets, and stoles. ,
to the Gilt Shop at Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Proceeds from the sale will go
to the funds of the Hospital Wom-
en's Auxiliary.
Other recent charitable func-
tions of the group, named in
memory ot one of its members,
include the distribution of 36
Thanksgiving food baskets to
needy families, the contribution
of two sets of encyclopedias to
local schools and the sending of
200 pounds of clothing to Israel.
Additional members not pic-
tured are the Mesdames Arthur
England, Gus Feuer, Dave Bass,
Leonard Van Wye, Otto Fer.ias,
Melvin Goldstrom, Barney Spec-
tor, Joe Bernstein, William Pearl- !
man and Dan Richter. Mrs. Seid-
en is president of the group, Mrs. !
Orovitz, treasurer, and Mrs. Ros- I
enthal, secretary.
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Ai turo di Filippi, director of the
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indicated that the scheduled
I productions of Manon and Die
Flt-dermaus will be presented this
(season at a cost of $76,000.
"Three scenic artists and stage
carpenters," the director said,
"have been building and painting
9 scenes for the past 9 months."
Augmenting such stars as Pa-
trice Munsel, Ferruccio Taglia-
vini, Ann Bollinger, Eugene Con-
ley, Martial Singher, John
Brownlee, Claramae Turner,
David Poleri and others, will be
a chorus of 75 voices chosen from
Greater Miami talent.
Memberships in the Guild for
opening nights closed last
Wednesday. Individual tickets are
available for Beach performances
only. Memberships are needed for
the Dade County Auditorium
presentation.
Szold Hadassah
The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will hold a tea on Mon-
day, December 3rd. 1:30 p.m., at
the Sorrento Hotel.
A skit, O'Sho-Shanna. will be
presented bv the program chair-
man and her committee.
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Honors Christians
Friday evening services at
Temple Emanu-El of Broward
County has been designated as A
Night To Honor Our Christian
Friends by Dr. Marius Ranson,
Rabbi.
Requests have been sent to
Christian Churches in the area to
transmit an invitation to their
members. Following the services
there will be an informal recep-
tion in the Temple's social hall.
High point of the service will
be an address by Mr. George H.
Roth of Hollywood, president of
the congregation, on the theme:
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Days.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1951
i
Home Owners Have
Defense Program
The next regular meeting of
I Home Owners League will be
held on Monday evening, Decem-
ber 3rd. at the Israelite Center.
Hv Morris, program chairman.
announces that he lias arranged
an agenda dealing with* civilian
defense in conjunction with the
Dade County Civilian Defense
Organization. Roy Lee Jones, lo-
cal attorney and member of the
ounty's Civilian Defense Organ-
,11(111. will give a talk on gen-
ral preparedness which will be
followed by two moving pictures:
Survival under Atomic Attack
and Fire Fighting For Househ-
olders.
I.ahlvs Sitmisls
Hart* Installation
Mrs. Morris Skop will install
ers of the Coral Gables Zion-
ist District next Thursday even-
ing. December 6th, at the Coral
liables Jewish Center.
Musical number will be pre-
sented by Mrs. M. Simon and Dr.
A Kitzen. Norman R. Lyons,
who will be installed for a third
term as president, will introduce
the new committees.
Kahn Opposes
i-l'.IIHllisc To
Power < ompanv
Jew, h RW?J.Pe? k'er-to*the
in, ,,/ ""dli'n- A,bert Kahnof
Air,,.,- .'''"V' ,lrm- Kahn &
Alpert. struck out against the
+Jenisfi meridian
Kavkewitz Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
) the memory of the late Jennie
uvKewitc, iormerly of 2061 SW
I*?*1*^' wi" take place on
Sunday. December 2nd, 2:30 p m
on Mount Nebo Cemetery. Mrs*
Kavkewitz is survived by a hus-
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mS 1.-.1- ,OUI a"nst the ""vkcwiiz is survived by a hus-
to II m "V ,V new franchise h***, Frank, a son. Walter Kaye,
to the Florida Power & Light and three daughters, Mrs Fva
Company for tie continuation of g|Urke, Mrs. Rosalyn Be7rin, ?
:. :..... >"'iiiifiuauon ol
^services to Miami Beach res,-
M .........j.i ui-i i iii, ana
rs. Sony.. Henderson. Mrs. Kav-
kcwitz was an executive member
01 the American Jewish Congress
as well as a member of the J. w-
I'lii llvi.i Kappas
Toast Founding -
Phi Beta Kappas of the Miami
.: ea, alumni and alumnae of some
i ighty different colleges and uni-
versities, will celebrate the 175th
iversary of the founding of
society at an evening meeting
n Saturday. December 1st, 8
;. _m_. at the Miami Woman's Club,
1737 N. Bayshore Drive.
Principal feature of the eele-
iration will be the traditional
Phi Beta Kappa address, to be
delivered this year by Dr. George
Miller, Professor of Law at
the University of Florida. The
rter members of the alumni
napter, known as the Gamma
Lssociation of Florida, will be
onored. The topic ior Dr. Mil-
i s address is scheduled as: Our
era! Octopus.
Pythian Sisters
Making exUnsive plans to aid
needy, Roosevelt Temple \,.
Pythian Sisters, will bin;::
i then- next meeting on
'__ ci mber 5th, 8 p.m.. at 500 S\V
Avenue.
i ominattoiu and i lee-
I officers lor the forth,
ar will also be held.
Citing Coral Gables as an ex-
mplo,Kn.l,,,nlMt|1|;.l,ns
with which the power company
"f fa 30 year extension of ite
a ttle extra tax money I
.lie cm-s commissioners." Kahn
wrote, they succeeded in obtain-
"S new franchise -sever]
;; 'y^^J the expiration j KatOWitZ Unveiling
"There is no doubt in mv L ^e dedication of a monument
mind," he continued, -but what ,memry of the late Meyer
the electric users ;,,] taxpayers ?atow,t2> vvn Passed away on
of Miami Beach wou Id pr ,t\ J;mViUV. 2. 1951 at age 107, for-
sh Home for the Aurd and the
pioneer Women's Organization.
Arrangements are in charge of
I aimers Miami Monument Com-
pany Frauds and relativt
asked to be present.
, :. ......^ v"io new iran-
chise through by our council and
a few influential citizens. Why
not let the people decide first?"
Lipinsky Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to th
m
74th
iciating. Mr. Katowitz i
vived by five sons, Harvey, Jo-
seph, Jack, Jimmy and Abe He
also leaves five daughters, Mrs.
Doris K. Green, Mrs. Rose Gal-
ow Wallach, Mrs. Harriet Spran-
kle, Mrs. Sara Katowitz and Mrs.
Bess Hershfield. Twenty grand-
secretion Ceremony marking the welcoming of all new rau^
s^;USmfMls Miami Be.ch9Jewish CemerTeld
with a Torah Pa^H "9 ^T*5 OI? N*>r 24lh. Pictured he e
Zion f-il^K ach "6W pUpi1 received, are left to right: Mr Esn
fatten?B.rt-Cr"rKan ,he Reli9ious School Board of Edu
tea lihrmnarB .9M*urg. representing the Alumr.i: Rabbi Irv-
hl. -J, ? P,*!tuaI leader Ihe Congregation: SidneyGi Mn-
L(KCa'n Q're^0r 0f lhe Center: Stanley Ha teern. re'pre-
Mating the new pup.ls: and Mrs. Theodoi-o Hankoff.PTA pre"
.the memory of the late Bcnia- Bue!js Hershfield. Twenty grand-
in Lipinsky, Iormerly of 330 I ^'jdren, thirteen great grand-
.4th Street, Miami Beach, will i children, fifteen great, great
take place on Sunday, December grandchildren and three great,
2nd, 11 a.m., on Mount Nebo I ?roat- ercat grandchildren survive
Cemetery, with Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky officiating. Mr. Lipin-
sky is survived by a wife, Pauline
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him, as well. He was a mcmbei
of the Beth El Congregation. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Pal-
=n.y is survivea oy a wile, Pauline, '""^>"-'<* "l- m cnarge oi 1'ai-
two sons, Isidore and Morris, and mers Miami Monument Com-
a daughter, Miss Fannie Lipin- Panv- Friends and relatives are
sky. He also leaves three grand- asked to be present,
children. Arrangements are in !
Flagler-Granada
n onthly business meeting of
' Flagh r-Granada Jewish Com-
Center will be held on
lay evening, December tith.
10 p.m.
light of the Center's Chan-
season, will be their formal
tion on Sunday afternoon,
ber 23rd.
charge of Palmer's Miami Monu-
ment Company. Friends and rela- I
tives are asked to be present.
Kaplan Unveiling
The dedication of a monument I
to the memory of the late Louis
Kaplan, formerly of 3010 NW '
10th Avenue, will take place on '
Sunday, December 2nd. 1 p.m on
Mount Nebo Cemetery, with the*
Rev. George Goldbery officiating.
Mr. Kaplan is survived by a wife,
Ella, two sons. Richard and Bur-
ton of Miami and Charleston, and
I two daughters, Mrs. Phvllis,
1 Kraitz and Mrs.' Leonore Sch-
IwartZ. He also leaves lour grand-
children. Mr. Kaplan was a char-
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Northside Center. Arrangements
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. e ;.sked to be p:e>. lit.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1951
*Jenlsti norfaUan
Capital .Spotlight
Nazi General Walter P. Schrei-
. a ho served Hitler as chief of
cal service in the supreme
nand, has been hired bv our
nment and assigned to the
faculty of the US Army Air Force
i] nf Aviation Medicine at
p ndolph Field, Texas.
The Defense Department did
reveal exactly what connec-
tion Doctor-General Schreiber
had with the medical atrocities
which filled a volume of testi-
mony at the Nurnberg trials. But
these facts are known: (1) Schrei-
ber served not only as supreme
command chief of medical science
hut also headed the scientific de-
partment at the Nazi Military
Medical Academy. This is con-
furred by the official US Air
Force record. (2) Nazi medical
officers performed experiments
on Jews in concentration camps.
i3i The experiments included the
::nmersion of Jews in freezing
water to determine how long a
bailed-out flier could survive in
the water. Devices were used to
discover at what point a person's
]ungs would collapse in connec-
tion with medical studies of dive-
bombing and high-altitude flying.
Doctor-General Schreiber's re-
action to these experiments and
ho learned from them,
which might be of use to our
fliers, is not known. He has, how-
, vi r. given fellow faculty mem-
bers of the Air Force School of
Aviation Medicine the benefit of
- anti-Communist" reflections
in an address before the Ranloph
Field Officers' Club.
The Nazi doctor also served as
medical adviser to Gen. Erwin
Rommel in North Africa. While
::;er is being applauded in
Texas his friend and colleague,
the late Gen. Rommel is glamor-
ised throughout the world bv the
20th-century Fox film, The Des-
ert Fox. The films depicts Nazi
officers as gentlemen and places
all the blame on Hitler alone. It
mentions in a favorable light an-
other iriend of Schreiber and
Rommel, the Nazi Stuelpnagel,
who is known in France as the
hangman of Paris."
Hollywood produced The Des-
ert Fox at the same time produc-
tion was cancelled on The Wall, a
Story by John Hersey of the anti-
Nazi battle waged by the heroic
Jews of the Warsaw ghetto. Rom-
mel and such Nazi generals as
Field Marshal Von Rundstedt are
portrayed in a sympathetic light
while there is not a hint of Nazi
brutality. Fox studios saw fit to
ignore that Rommel was hand-
picked by Hitler to head his per-
sonal bodygard, that Rommel was
a Nazi street-brawler who in-
cited assaults against Jews and
that Rommel trained the Hitler
Youth, Far more dangerous than
the glamorization of Rommel,
\ or. is the film's flattering
ayai of the German generals
as a group. If Goebbels himself
directed the film he could
: "t have done a better job of re-
viving the discredited myth of
the 'gentlemanly" German mili-
tarists.
A Israeli in Washington was
sturbed by the tribute to the
generals that he suggested
tiously that "perhaps the film
such a success that Hollywood
" next present Lana Turner
:n the role of Use Koch in a musi-
cal review based on Hitler's en-
tertainment camps like Belsen
and Bucher.wald."
"new" German diplomatic
corps is preparing to expand its
operations by opening a consider-
able number of consulates in the
Lnited States and throughout the
world. Some of the men it will
send out formerly worked with
American anti-Semites to pro-
mote Nazi pcopaganda in this
jljuntry. In January, 1951, the 252
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\"TH-K is HEREBY GIVEN thai
"ii undersigned, desiring; to engage i
ss under the fictitious name of
..SAN M'AKT.MENTS. at 10S2 Palm
Hi.ii,-.ill. Intends to register
members of the German diploma-
tic service included a total of 151
who served under Von Ribbcn-
trop, 130 of them members of the
, a /! r*firty,
| In 1945, President Truman told
Congress that. "Nothing shall
v?^u Ur delerniination to pun-
in the war criminals even though
we must pursue them to the ends
Of the earth." Soon the President
j will not have to go as far as the
( ends of the earth" but may find
Nazi war criminals in high posi-
tions in Washington and at var-
ious American air bases and army
| camps. '
FAGE 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 23910
RE: ESTATE OF
,S'J!'i'v"N WIQDOR, Deceased
*I.?J? INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
notice Is hereby given thaI wp
have flle.l our final report and petition
r the estate of SOLOMON WIGDOR
deceased; and that on the Mh dav of
December. lici. -,. will apply to"the
S,,"1."^!'','', ^ K- WANTON and
fRANK i DOWLINO, County Judges
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executors of the Estate of
SOLOMON WIGDOR, deceased
rins Mth day of November, 1951
/' JAC"OI! WHipoR
....... 1*1 I'AHHY WIGDOR
Ml ii:.-, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Executors
11'30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in.- undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
WOLFIE'S SANDWICH SHOP it
One Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Flor-
id.i. Intend to register said name with
the i 'ii-rk of the Circuit Courl of I >ade
| County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2th
day of Nnvi mber, 1951.
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, INC
VVEINKLE .' KESSLER
At torn es
si i Seybold Building
11/30 12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
r/LORIDA CAST STONE CO., 1670
N W. 17th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIDNEY H. I.KVlNi:
MfRRY .1. I.AM:
DAVID DRUCKER
Attorney for Sidney H. LCVlne
and Murry .1 Lang
11/30 !_' 7-14-21
'f THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lt,^.V5^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE CUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
,,,, No. 145417
MILDRED DeCHIARA, Plaintiff
M,C3A5kDePIRA- Defendant.
t.. N,?.TICE By PUBLICATION
TO: MICHAEL DeCHIARA
o V Mi' ,\
!>' B,ree1 ....."' 7th Avenue)
Brooklyn, Ni w York,
?Oil ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tnai a inn ,,f Complaint for Divorce
";'" been riled against you In the
above entitled cause and you are here-
dj required to serve n copy of your
Answer to the Bill ..( Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's attorneys,
and flie the original In the office of
the I lerk ..f the Circuit Court on or
i. fin.- the 2th day of December,
I..... otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso
will In- entered against vou.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26th
day of November, 1951
E B. I.KATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court
By WM. \v. BTOCKING,
_.. Deputy Clerk
PALLOT. SILVER & MULLOY
Attorneys for Plaintiff
MM Ingraham Building
Miami. Florida.
11/30 12/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HKKEIJY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SEI HERMAN & TAXOORA, at 710
.1st Street. Miami Beach. Fla., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
NATHAN A. SEIPERMAN
NICHOLAS .1. TANGORA
i iwnen
MARN FABBR
Attorney for Applicants
112 Congress Bldg.
11 ::o 12 7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STAROBIN AND BON'S, .it 2398 W.
I iagler Street, Miami. Florida, Intend
to r< g:ster s. .! name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
SIDNEY RUBIN
BENJAMIN RUBIN
MARi-l.D GRAHAM
BERNARD MANDLBR
Attorney for Partnership
904 Ingiaham Building
II 23 30 12 7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 145138
BENJAMIN PEACEMAN. Plaintiff,
vs.
MARGARET PEACEMAN. Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARGARET PEACEM \N
411 Bast 54th Street
Brooklyn, New York
You. MARGARET PEACEMAN. are
ner< by i otlfled tliiit a iiill of Com-
plaint foi i Xvorce has bei n filed a-
galnsl ymi. and you are required to
Jjrve ii copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the hill of Complaint on
Hi.. plaintiffs Attorney. .losi-il'll
GOLDEN, ESQ., 823 Seybold Buil.l-
lug, Miami. Florida, and file th. orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 13th dav of December,
1951. If you fail to do so. judgment hj
default will be taken against vou for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
( nmplalnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this nth day of November
ATi. 1951.
E. B. LBATHERMAN,
Clerk, Clreuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court .Veal)
By w.\i. \v. BTOCKING,
Deputy Clerk
J08EPH GOLDEN, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
123 Seybold Hldg.
Miami. Florida
11 '13-29-30 12/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< "TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. di rslgned, desiring to engi
b if ni -- under the Nctltin ,- na
PUBLIC SERVICE CAB, in Dade
County, Floi Ida, intends ,. ....
said name .with the < -. ik of the
cult court of Dade Count;. Floi
MICHAEL SIR)
23-30 12 7
NOTICE UNDtrl FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engi -
is under the fictitious nai if
'"' iRAL GATE BEAUTY SALON, .t
1725 .- W. 82nd Avenue, inter
regl :! said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade Cl
Florida,
EARNEST NEWMAN
11 16-23-30 12/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 145227
ROSALIND BENFT, Plaintiff,
vs.
BMANUEL 8ENFT, Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: BMANUEL SENF I'
304 West 99th Street
New York City, New York
You are herebj ordered and requir-
ed to serve a copy of your answer to
the Bill of Complaint for Divorce, a
copy of which Is enclosed herewith, on
Plaintiffs attorney, and file the orig-
inal in the office of tin
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaa In
business iin.ler the fictitious name, of
HKATMlVooli HOTEL APART-
MENTS, :it 18671 Collins Avenue Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, Intend to regtstei
said name with the clerk of the
'nit Courl of Dade C..unt\. F'lor!
i n. II. CORPORATE N
Owners
BERICK, SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneys for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
11 16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 26899- B
In Ri ESTATE OF
HERMAN LEE CANTOR, Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing chums or Demands As '
S i Estate:
You. and each of you, are he iby
- i and required to preseni
and demands which you oi
either of you, may have against the
-Mat.- of HERMAN LEE CANT >R
leccased late of Miami. Dade C<
inai in the office of th.- ci.-rk of iiu- V- : : ",'-;, ".',''".. .':::',. ,,;;;:
b2r.0r,9^0o7heV^li8Vaa!Sl,0^?o9nC.emo; Jfrf* CSil tt *feSSS
v:,;,! inn u-itt i... i,i--.............. .. ..i ...... "" ouiii.v ii.iiithou-- in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKRK1IV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
IDEAL CLEANERS, at 2116 N. F'.. 2nd
Ave.. Miami. Fla., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
ADA It WARNER
(iwner
BERICK. SHAPIRO & F'RIED
Attorneys for Applicant
120 Lincoln Road
11 30 12/7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the und, rslgned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MODERN TELEVISION AND
RADIO SERVICE, at J::::7 s. W. 22nd
stn-et, Miami. Fla., Intend to reglstei
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Mi IRRIS LEFKOWITZ
Bi:it.NARl> I.EBAR
Owners
11/23-30. 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
BEE JAY ELECTRONICS, at 1489
Alton Road, Miami Beach, F'l.i In-
tend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BERNARD SPECTt 'It
JEROME MELTZ
(iwners
11 '30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA BUSINESS BROKERS, at
L':::, w. Flagler Street, intends to reg-
Isti r said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
IRVING BUSSMAN
Sole Owner
STEPHEN I KESSLER
Attorney for Applicant
22 10 V7. I- Iagler Street
Miami. F'la.
11 .:'.o 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF7BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MAKl.lN acts, at 810 Meridian Av-
enue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LEW SIMMS
POKES & FRISH.MAN
Attorneys for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
11 23-30 12,7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALBERT SHENWEATHER, d b a M
v M, SELF-SERVICE LAUNDER-
ETTE, at 1438 Drexel Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends to reglstei
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of D.-. ALBERT SHENWEATHER
11 2:;--!" 12 714
-.i d I ::ll ill be 'akin as i onfl
by you
DATED: November 15, 1951.
I LEATHEBMAN
' lei k of the Circuit Courl
By WM VV, STOCKING
Deputy Clerk
SAMUEL .1 RAND
Attornej foi Plaintiff
1007 dympla Building
Miami 12, Fla.
11/23 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
PENN SYRUP SALES CO. OF FLOR-
IDA, at number 7914 N. W. 7th Aven-
ue, in the City of Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LEON BROAD
POKES A.- FRI8HMA N
Attorneys for Applicant
4-'(i Lincoln R.....1
11'23-30 12 7-11
J' i name with the Clerk of the Clr-
'uu I ourt of Hade Countv. Florida.
BUNBEAM homes INC.
,,,,. A Florida Corporation
'AX It. SILVER
" for Applicants
.;- -' W.|d Building
Florida
1-7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
iin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Mh AVENUE SUNDRY SHOP, at 400
8. W. Mh Avenue, Miami. F'la. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ELLA M. KENNEDY
Sole Owner
STEPHEN 1 KE8SLER
Attorney for Applicant
2200 W. Flagler Street
11/80 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDfeR FICTITIOUS
v..... NAME LAW
' E 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
signed, a. sii Ins to engage In
- i.....er the fictitious name of
!;A""ARA APARTMENTS, al 159-167
Second street, lllaleah. Florida,
,"iid to register said name with the
"i the circuit Courl of Dade
Florida.
FRANK EISMAN
MAE El S.MAN
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
BLUE SAILS DELUXE APART-
MENTS, :n 9332 Collins Avenue, Surf-
side. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to
said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _
LOUIS ROSE
ARTHUR K PATHMAN
11 28 3 l- 7-14
*ff R. SILVER
IMJ22 {or Applicants
iiu^"ybild Building
;"'-'' Florida
11/30 1V7-14-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami 04
PRINCE ARTHUR DELUXE APART-
MENTS, iit 9056 Collins Avenue, Surf-
si.I. Miami Beach, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LOUIS ROSE
ARTHUR K. PATHMAN
ll/88|8v 12/7-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage,
In busines* under the fictitious name
of SUN OPTICAL COMPANY, .it 7107
Collins Avenue, Ml in Bi ai h, !
int. ni.- to Id name it h the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad)
Countv, Florida.
SONDEL IV HENDEL
KOVNER A- MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Bondel D. Hendel
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
11 23-30 12/7-14
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Florfdicm so-
licits your legal notices.
We appreciate 7001
patronage and guaran-
tee accurate service at
legal rates. Phone 2-1141
foe messenger service.
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 2S503
RE: ESTATE OF"
HERBERT RANGEL, Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
F'lnal liisch.'tfcc as Ancillary Admin-
istrate! C.T a of the .-stilt.- .d HER-
BERT RANGEL decased. and that
on th. 17th day of December, 1951,
will apply to the Honorable \v. F'.
BLANTON, Countv Judge of Dadi
Co nty, Florida. f"i* approval of said
final reiH.it and for final discharge as
Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. of the
Estate of HERBERT RANGEL. de-
ceased
Tins I41h day Of November. 1851.
SHELDON N LELCHUK
Anclllarj Administrator,
C.T.A,
SHELDON N LELCHUK
Attorne: tor Ancillary
Adn i. -' tor, c.T.A.
804 Ingraham Bldg,
Fla.
11 16-23-3(1 12 7
Hade Countv. Florida, within ,-i;lil
..i months from the date o
f.rst publication hereof, Said -
: demands to contain th. legi
dress -f the claimant and to be
to a pi rented as afor< said, oi -
will I-, barred.
: I. November 7th, A D. 1951.
SAUL CANT" R,
As Administrator of the
Estate of HERMAN LEE
CANTOR, c. eased
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Administrator
.- Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
th. undersigned, desirlnc to ens igi
in business under the fictitious I IRIS
Of VANITY FAIR STUDIOS, at 1191
Sheridan Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla..
intends to register said name v. itli
the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'of
Dade County. Florida.
A. HENRY KAUFFMAN
GERSHON S. MILLER. Esq.
Attorney for Vanity F"air Studios
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beaeh. Fla.
11 9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:!.. undersigned, desiring to ei face
ill business under the fictitious I1...
f i.d !' JOBBERS, ..t 31 S W
Miami. Fla.. In ten i to
name with the Clei k of
Com t of 1 '..de Cou
2nd Street.
said
: uit
Fl< ; Ida,
CHERTKOF
js for Applicants
i ItldK-
. 23-30
HARRY FELD
SAMUEL KARB
Co-Partnt i b
A KALISH
NOTICE BY PUBLICATIOM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 14506E
FRANK PERO, Plaintiff.
vs.
ROSE V'ERGANO PERO, I
TO: !".--i \ --.mo I'ero
2:171 33rd sir.-, t
Astoria, Long island
YOU are required t" serve a ropy of
answer to the Bill of Complain!
for Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney,
and to file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Sth day of
December. A.P. 1951; otherwise, the
Bill of Complaint for Divorce, here-
tofore filed herein, will be taken as
confessed by you.
Hated al Miami, Florida, this the
Sth dav Of November 1951,
K B, LBATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County, F'lorlda
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj WM W. STOCKING,
Deputy clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
1023 Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Fli
II 16-23-30 12 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
a ss under the fictitious
of SKYLARK APARTMENTS, al 1901
l ay Harbor Drive, Bay H -
Dade County, FTa., Intends
stei s.i i-i na me with the
of :r. Circuit Court of Dade C
i
DANIEL l>. BCHLAPIK, I
l IU lief
K SHAPIRO A FRIED
Attorneys for Applicant
-hi Road
Beach, Fla.
:S-aft
IN COUNTY JUDGE? COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 2227E
RE ESTATE OF
PHILIP BNGELHARDT. Per- ,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby giwn tha
filed our final report and pel
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ex-
ecutors of the estate of I'HILIP EN-
CELllARHT, deceased: and tli -
d day of December, 1951, will
apply to the Honorable \V. F. BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Pade Count)
... for approval of said n il
report and for final discharge a An-
cillary Executors of the estal il
run.IB BNGELHARDT, deceased
BERNARD W BNGELHARDT
ANNA KLTNGER
WALTER C. KOVNER
- v for Ancillan Exi uto
11 9-16-23-80
S E ITLI N tS COMPANY
I "^gjjgg?7 .
PERSONAL
AND
COMMERCIAL
COVERAGES
PHONE 9-3836
N. K. 2nd ST. MIAMI FLA.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS '
NAME LAW
'ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
-.mod. di tli Ing : ens.
. -. under the fli til u ns
SAL'S S.Mi >KE SHOP, at 2019 I
., Miami Beach, Florida. In-
, i to register said name wltl
I, r)i ..f the Clrenll Court of I' ids,
I. Florida. .
S. PARISEY, Sole Owner
DAVID PRUCKER
Attorney for S. Parisey
R04 Ingraham Bldg.
Miami. Fla.
111/9-16-23-30
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30
See* 1V0 Over
A nti-S4mitittm
MUNICH (WNS) Dr. George
N. Shuster, retiring U.S. Com-
missioner for Bavaria, declared
here this week that he didn't
"think you have what one might
call in Germany "over anti-Semi-
tism' but you certainly have B
misconception of the Jewish role
in Germany."
While asserting that there is
definite lack of social contact be-
tween Jews and non-Jews, he
said there was "no doubt that
there is definite acceptance on
the part of the Germans that all
Jews ate hostile to them because
of past wrongs." Simultaneously
asserted that while he had
little fear of the revival of Naz-
ism or the emergence of neo-
Nazi movement, he was "afraid
that if such a movement got
started it would not provoke th<
energetic resistance t;> it that
ild be necessary."
View Yield fell
MimVS IIMMII4*<
NEW YORK CITY (AJP)A
4 producer of Yiddish
. -. predicted t is week that
"our type ol entertainment"
would be extinct "in thi foresee-
future."
Producer Hal Zeigcr said < ven
tilt 'flavored" Yiddish show, in-
cluding his current Broadway
production. B 0 r s c h t Capades,
which mixes English and Yid-
ish, would fall by the wayside
"as integration takes place."
A leading theatir columnist
hi re, in reporting Zeiger's gloomy
prediction, disclosed that East
Side Yiddish theaters were in-
jecting "more and more English
language into productions" be-
cause immigrant audiences seek-
ing entertainment in familiar
languages, no longer exist.
.ohl.i >lvrrsoii
Club Observes
Ith llirthdav
In observance of its 4th birth-
day, the Pioneer Women, Golda
Myerson Club, will hold a Book
Review and Membership Drive
in commemoration of Jewish
Book Month on Sunday evening,
December 9th, 8:15 p.m., at the
Congregation Beth El Auditor-
jum.
Rabbi Morris E. Skop will re-
view the book My Mission In
Israel, by James G. McDonald.
A Musical program will follow
with Dr. Paul Beck and Miss
Ruth Brotman participating. They
will be accompanied by Miss
Ar.yuta Melicov.
Miss Bee Jaffer. chairman of
the Pioneer Women's Council, is
also scheduled to speak on Mem-
bership. Mrs Ruth Uliss is chair-
man of the evening. a
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